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   Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - June 3, 1881, Kennebec, Maine                                JLLBAHY. FMM to the Daily Kennetee Journal. 1 MAINE. To-Day- th'u only the ro- 3aLjj ?i AngujU, Friday Morning, June 3- Mr. Schnrz commences career u editor of the ?few York Ercning Post by Canal scheme. The bicVcle parade in Boston Monday, of 800 of Ihe league of AnJeri.- cun Wheelmen, one of the most were i-uriou-' and interesting sights of the year, the various objects of interest. At noon The bicvHe i- growing in public favor. they eajoyec an excursion on the lake. pL." Island is parade jarticipated in by the for the short term mood as fallows reported bv ihe Providence Star as saying St' in srx-akinjf of his domestic troubles, that r u H. Burnham of.Mame he thought a on a business ba- __J could now In- made by the parties to oinif tn both suits, and he believed such a settle- would'be made. le himself was not op- to -well a he said. Jtonawl Mcbool. C VUtGIMA POLITICS. Chicago Prodiice Jiatket. CHICAGO. June 2. rotteT the 1 Wcaab Jone2. The Richmond the fol- SEX at and cash lowing a of the platform to be bid; Ss for July; 43J; Sept. u- _ tor bid for June; 281 for July. MARANOOOOK M.SJA. Tke W. AlhMM CoausuBtlery. >s, Vt., June 2. This morning; St. Aljbaiu commandery of Portland taken jn carriage. to vi.it 1 ______ a-raady known and now only to be reeled w ioJuiie----------- f t.- tt i with aU the of conviction fortified BAHLEY-eteady at ii XMIXM-O A fortfcefinal experience. HeadjaMment of tlie debt PuKK-at lfl cash and fur June, CHORUS OF 1000 VOICES JOEsraCTFCi.t.Y state of Malm-, that JrnVnioain wild fonntt BIK. of Dwvmber, A. ft ui A. li 1N17, in b) deed, dull rxirun-d j n th, tri.t, oilaud JenVnon and bounded tliui o ih, i of Let I  on a clans of twenty by Slate Superintendent A newspaper published at" Harper's A beautiful day and the Mtend-- Cornell, J Laphant, Evarts, Ward. Folger, Crowley, Miller, Dutcher, Ilnl1 Wadsworth, next made an oration, with John Brown for his StlnilaVi bv invitation of the pastor. Mr. H .x Ferry an took pU-t- there on Monday, which would havobct'ii he impossible twnty y-ar, ago. Fred Douglass, an es ,o -eh laod Sanilay. i ,Iune o. Hev. i. S. Kalloch, l raped furtive Hiave, and now a Federal, tasyor 0, San in oflice-liolder. at Ihe National Capital. Will preach at the Finrt BaptMt ciurch, next Sloan, Van Colt, Rumsey, Fenton, A concurrent resolution. tnd was us pastor several Mr. Kal- to tate Iftiic le.stimony by Ueneral Man- ja-ill remain in thU vicinity, some Hen till Tuesday Vext. Kck.-rt in ,-..urt is to be relied on, recalled byljofflcial In, joint sesiion they ba loted Again to fill 1 i the vacancy caused by ihe resignation of Itio nitci-cBls ol public have HO far not Conklinit. changed from Conklmg teen diwistrously afferted bv the rcoenl A Su" ln to Cornell, "he vote was as U5 frrlerred. ,r i Chicago W.. 1U< plause. He made a iriet expUintiij; Chicago Alton. IM Preferrvd. his position in the Senate, ami 1'rctrrixd, St. I'-ml, 1'-'- tlie bourbon He-.ltd to N- V-Central si It- the convention "yon ure to free Mich. 'M1' people from bourbon JoiniiKitiun. and to lilt .Soutliern. I-'tiJ Wea. Union lei. Co. tlie blight of bourbon democracy which h.is Mlcnlgan Cvniral. m; Cauado Southern. in upon us. You are reslore to the old j__ '______ Stale and her people, the moat cordial rela- lions M ith all the peutile of our couniry and put an end to svcliona t-onlesti, anil obliterate race dislini tiona. After the second ballot name wa-s presepu-tl o the eonvciiuoa and was received with great ap iluuso. UMillo- burger came to the fnmt and   recently been occupying a situation in the banking of Ueo. M. B.Ulou of spending a week with his in citj. The members of the bar in the iinu-lice ol in this lily ultended tin- tuner.il ot tin' late Judge I'almcr in a binlv. tlm- a most ciinimeuil.iblu tribute to bis iiicnury. A now iron been pin in at the citv water works on Mec-h'inic sired. Mr. Wm. Muirrcll lias commenced strikmg bricks .it Ins jaUl i" Rinninud lie Mr, Charles Trask li'n riccnlly .uKK-J ten llorrtes lo bm block, .ill lo be tor sale. inoriiins- Mr n HU, retum.d Irom Ho.ton and New rtr-t irlh lluil llu  A The amount outstanding has steadily de- ire.'ise.l. The at the rate of a little over S.'.OiiD.iHK) a month still eoea FOPElCN NEWS. continuance, and of -.heir intention of hav- a special committtc appointed to drrft a reply to the letter uf the Secretary ut the Onu Dollar, Coroaer'a Jury. Qit., June 2. At an inquest of her 4, rclatinB ta the duties on sugar he Victoria disaster, the evidence of Mr. which should be recirdcd, and that an excess THE Merriwalht-r the Menville, steamboat inspector, taken, of duties collected on sugar tj be reported, .Side of it veuel's KiggiDK. He considered Uic boat's machinery all right which was made lengthy by a report criticis- '..KTSMOITH II Jnre The hull and well managed. ing the stand taken by' Secretory Sherman. m, jnne i HI. nun, Engineer Roberti was a skilled man and The committee was of (be same opinion that on I hi' of stonijro will soon be- anchors, chains and rigging block, of one the bcs, of hi, ,hc ex-Secretary had overstepped hi.s come an important one if the present eon- the schooner Mary K. Caswell, wrecked some W. F. Adans testified that he helped re- power in issuing an order in the dition i.f (he silver dollar continues on- weeks ago off Wells Beach, have been sold build the Victoria, and noticed that the joints and that the operalior of bis order inlringed i ,.i in her upper planking were not caulked, upon the rights of im mrters of itagnr. The ________ to parties in Kennebunkporti Considered that when ihe collapsed she was report v, as adopted. Vessfl Mr I.. llrown. now of tha Concord fatri.it lint Curniorlyol the Maine sUi- Junc TllB dard a pamphlet eontaining, Farnham, from Chester ieal sketches uf members ot Hie Knvr f( r a leBk ln New Hampshire legislature and distin- guished men of the State. A mono; thorn is the fnllowini; of Mr. Chandler who was lor partisan icasons by tho Chespeake Bay and ishere for Kallroad .Heeling. full of water ''rom leaking. A COOli KECEPTI01V. Frauds. 1 i LITTLE ROCK. Ark. June a. Humor savi TrackiBK of RdMian Socialists. I by the Sena'te ST. PETERS atRG, June 't. It is reported last general assembly to investigate the bonks that the reception of Gen. Skobeleflf of the lale stale ireasarer made slurtling  lx tor JS. 3., Apothecaries. Louell. Masa. THE MISSES SULLIVAN BURGESS II.I. II I. 1111.lit- Summer O 3ening in Y. nilliucn ol Mnn-li, A l> On HH Ion l' itr iiii'iitiotif il iii ml IM tn ion i MI mi  1S8I. mac KKSXEIII'I' Corxi'l tn r> mut nt A lloa> s, Jur e 2. __ _ _ iii.N. II., June Shortly af- mel yesterday, announced the death of a Tlu> Chieai'o Inter Ocean is i stro'ie ler eleven o'clock this forenoon, the house at loliceman and the precarious condition of. a i Crocket Nee-It, in owned by Capr number of soldiers from injuries received in lull it taWcs no stock in uiB Frisbec. and occupied bv wicow the riot there Tuesday, exaggerated. No CONDENSKO TKLCJGRAM3. ............_________ T______ _____ Thomas Worth, an American the slanders against Secretary Hlaine. In w burned. IM200; partially insured, loliceman or suldier received dangerous in- killed Tuesday night jy the Mexican police i late number it -us "Imiendoes and Mrs. (Silman. who resided alone, perfshed in jury, though several were knocked down. in Loredo. Mexico. the The origin of tie flre is nip- w wild awerlions are jjomg the rounds to have be. n inremliar.v, whose object At Work. Several t.iecee, of rend lo Ihe effect that very the was pluntler, a. Mrs. Oilman kmmn 10 June 2. Slight .hock, of earth- Mining Company m iheir -hop in ihe have government bond's fn the house. quake Mt. were followet by, a Gorhan1j vxpMeA burning the in the village. Frank and Amos A who was con> victeilof manslaughter at Bellingliam, were senleneed lo five vears in 8TOHACH f> Thr Travel Irr Frovldrff the of illm Ity taking with ti in stomach Hittcrt to con- RACIIF.L u.irdian nf Mi Minritl, nt ItONtnn, MHHH., minor lumtip ti li lit rt for lid 11 tl it uf mid ward, tin K> on in r< 17 All s( of In hi --H d f'ounu.i ihe honii-stcad of Mornll, IA of r niiiiulnx in f, al-o in uf lot KX, in f a id Win Ihrop. -fntc-tf tn in MIU 28 M- st HiMini 4t, RuNtuu MH-. (HiiMiuu, I'hut notlrc tlnrrol IH- ilirci lirwks successively jirlor tn tin- n cond Mmidm ol .lulu- tu x1. In Kinnrlipc .lournul. it in all Inter Htlcitd at H Oourt ProMtr tint; holdrn at AiiffUHtH, and wliow CHUM-, tin priui r uf suia IM titittn "hunl f not b< srnirtt d i F.MKIH O. IlLAN, .In.lfTf Ki-pihii-r. t 'it Auffuttn, fin the Jlfonrfftti nf April, JX'il II. ItAlIION, ol Jamef Kidmm, latr of nton. in luivhij  Hnrl n lo known Ciinudu lot, Df will show that Secretary will be involved in the star route Ha 4 AccUral. -omxKvl. bigh-tonod reformers who FT. Jnav 2. A train on the ivaitv to evil ot sue- Pacific was wreckrd Wednesdaj, by -A the hrraking ilbwn of a wowlcn bridge span- pi-oi.U- ami members of the ning Tr.inity rivfr. two nun nfpthe ..j _ M (iornam, 11 ..exnm ed me it. .tronpr eruption of broadband ..ream. tho a shock of lani rtowmg dom, the northeait in the ,iUairc KMH1Y (I I1KAN, Atl'if IloWMtn I-N. IdftlMiT. Iwlfi NEW HAHPXHIRR thr lour III Mnut IHKJ DAMKI, II. M.HIIIY, on tl, Kitate "f .lolin Ill.ulK.-i'. lute ol I'lilMun. In make a trip lo pre-i ho have made their town. The engine and nine cars laden with Vote lor Governor, the State Prison, own blackening: iron, went down. The brakeman was killed. N. H., Jane 2-The New Hamp- President Cartiel of our men. are already be- assemble, at 9 A. M. The Monroe I S'muiiig to >nivi-l niul whimper over the recent high waler rendered "the bridge unsafe, by the committee appointed "and" decTare'd in'Snturf mght- licipaled ilonnfall ol ,Mr. Blaine. The _ i _ The vote for Gcvernor was follows: tht Conklink left Albany Thursday niijht for iindonbU'dlv in their cises fnther Tke< lor ArcfcW.-oj whole number necessary for a York On leeal bnsines.. He will re- undonbUilU in tht ircasw lather June o Elder of the choice, To; George K. turn to Albany ai completed. lo tlio amicipation. the. InUT Ocean Cincinnati dioceJp.HIM letter to ill Dodge had 311: Warren G. Brown, 503; The irreenbacker. of New Voik, nomina- -hare  de- -tm-. tHA nn A ring of wo think quite that lie wil] take anv extraordinary "f In ths mlttir of K. I.A.VrtY, Honk. In llaiikaunicv. Al Portlund in on llif ilav of Mny rounly, dera hatf'nf; pr< lifn llrKl'ii A. U Ili-lorf Him. Kilward l-ox, rk of taid nurt for tald butrlct. iiiiB vwspriL 01 UN? janer veavvi. veio- J and firni. otale bonds it deroand. Bjulroad ...nioKmAnt k.j the onarrantine vill "res to screen them from punishment we cipide had her atern torn off. do not believe. Mr. Blaine is a man of the quarrantineauthoritie, will permit then, great brain-power and force of character. Gailty. BOSTON-, Uass., June 2. In the Supreme ChMtag CisiUdl ane n e upreme lie would have been a leader m any Court at Dedhatn. Eleanor Daniels, for the Base Ball. and in any age. He more murderof her infiurt child, Fracklint, inSep- At 1; CleVelands, 6. warm personal friends than anv man in tember lmtt- WM lound "not rea- At 8; Providence, 7- WMMJ in .on inwmity and ordered to be At 2; Chicago., 0. America. to innae at Tauton. Worcwtm. 1. 101. ii? HioaW, f aid Smith Afffcm IS 1IEKKBY KX, that nubucrl and to nil claims .131 ber haff Iwen duly appointed Administrator OD tlie bait of said estate, and tt Heeming jiif-t that he on the of ihould have the fame, from u careful examination NAHUlf Al STIS, Belgrade, tt appears at lean notliiiip ald deceased an- doired to ex parties Inten-ntrd to apprarat the .lunetrrm of thlt hlblt the for lu-tttemelit; and all Indebted to Court, to be held at Ilaogor m the 3nb day ol June, estate are reaurrted to make Immediate payment to A. D. ten o'clock in the forenoon, by publlca- H. M. HfcAl II. tiou twice a In the Ban.or DmUr and May wlW-K Courier and Daily Kennehec Journal. Witness toe Hon. Edward Fox, Judge nf the said KKSKKDEC fourt nt Court and thrrrol, at Portlaud In (aid DIs- on the fuurlh Monday of Man, 1881. y W. I'AiTKKhOX, AdmlnlMratoron tlie eJ WllHa.ni bite of Auf-uita. In raid County, J. ccatnl. having petliinned for Ilcrnw to sell thr toIloHlng real of said for the payment of viz: The homrntead, houw, barn and about four acres of laud In 3d Kange of Ion eaiit of ihe river, In OuiiKKKD.That notice tbercbf be irlven three weeks successively, prior to the fourth Monday of Juue next, in Ihe Kennebec Journal, a newspaper printed In Augusta, that all persons Interested may at OfNTl at A'tetHKtfl, On thf III l.H'l. II nidiiiriif .laiun A preni npnllralldii lor KlInnaDiv oil o( Hi' IK-mma! entatc ut OrdcnxL Tlmt nolu-r then-of In 1hrM weisi in thr .Touraal, enn'til In AngUHiH, In (oiinu, thai all iimoMlnle1 cHled may attend nt u I'H'tmte nurt to be hfirU! Ancuiilii. on fimrlli Moi 4a  (.IVK.N, Ihsl tl" iM her hlli n dult Hi.I nun xi.I nil tin "I M OM .1. Int. "t i Imm. !u the I ouul) KflinilHr, Inlentalr, rluVf-n llml Irupt Ijv Ml thin fon luivlnfr nguini.1 tin enlalrol MI 1.1 dm axil. arr deflred liflill lli  .nil (hi nun "I Hiilil niintt cif hftimlHi. "w of A.lilic K l.awrdn-i. r. nt in 1hf in ennnti uf nni li( f, llll oil 'li 1-1. nmiKil dull lnl( reft on (Itdmn i' thai Hie men I ofiinx di th htr or Inr hrr IIHI iiuil unt h, r nn fnrlndddi I" niMtitiiofllK iri..lilnr. of Mini u ill lie In M ul ii cdiirt ol in-iilti nrt I" U i iiurt MH.KI In Ill Mil) II lf.HI, .II 111 111' n ntxli i nit iniMfl tin   In "I date, r..orrt.-d it, K.iinilK.- "f J rug" >..iio In Hi, t oiii.lv. r, rlnln or I Inlid ullh 'h' ,J, tll.r. lomiofMlMill' OB. and thl, BIT.-. nl prvnlUoan liilh -I f.irtli and JJ inorlgag. l.mhlih nl. nn.< inorlunx< d lo WTIIH llu c. rialn of hand tli' r. In d. the con of Mid in.irts-aic -a? I, Alilin Mnulton. rl a "'A. .AM. accordlnji lo the In nucli ax niaw VIM. and do her. KH, Wall April 21. 1W1 _ ____ AC Ef CY OF. nO: BOSTON, MA88. aa. Emery aad tr.neral Krlntlini Calalorue and Price MOD. tOIFQUFD 4_rf .riS written order Cores Headache, and all Bilious and ,e. Probate to beheld at Aiipi. ta, tbe blood, awltt. dlre.Uon. and se, if why of .all p. II- clear andfalr. P JOS. U. Brigade TtlUt, Hay 1M1. EMERY O. BEAK, HOWAKD litftOfT.   

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