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   Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - November 29, 1884, Kennebec, Maine                                AUGUSTA, HAIXE, slrURDAV .MORNING; NOVEMBER 29, NO 288. Catarrh Curec CiUrrh H a vmy jirovilnnt lUioaae, wlta dtitrmliiK .iii'l onVnnlvo HJniptontH llood'ti Klvi't n Hi I and speedy run from tin t It ,u ti through the. lilixxl, ,i linn n ii lu H every jiart ol the system I tuflrn il with r it irrh (lite en ye m. Took II d i Sariajurllli ind J jjii nut troubled any w ih i-jUrrh mil my K' in r il health h miir h I W Iiuw I'VHUI tlrrk Chicago S st louls lUllrojd. H iffi n (J with c, or fi yi trli d nn y wind rlul cures Inlnl'rs i tc npi ml. irlfoni hundred Hltlinut IN in tit SPORTING PEDESTRIANS. WASHINGTON. FOREIGN NEWS OVft THE CONFERENCE. I irli I II In urovi il I n H iri ip trill i mil w 11 K M A Word it. r, r i h ill ir lit. try 'i Illl or 'I D li i i l 'm tlio n Hi In in (li.lnil i i -til Im if imiisii il I i til t i in known I I) I I I II 1 I Vlllllll I I III, IV ll III MKA-IHBR RKHORT. Tor lbe> Next ?4 War Department, Office of the Chief Signal Offleor. Washington, U C Nov 29 A. M. For New Eneland and Middle States, slightly uolder, cloudv weathi r and ram or snow, followed clearing weather, "tufting to wenterly ruing haromct A Holly Coolefttrd tVnlliioe Match in Lawrence. Animal Report of Treasurer at file United Mlatei to HetrcMrjr of the Trauarr- LAWRENCE. MAIS., Nov. 28 An exciting walking is going on in vauBnnarui hadleft Mel'l r 'Tl Had led the truck Uraicher had goae 4'J noRKOKS OF rilK FVarlQj XuHrriiiE ol Two Xru Drilling at Tht r W rte Krpl Alive. l n. I, Xov .'s Htui.i.N, Nov .'8 A li-rr ble of lannitmlitm troni Gen SanforJ has subiuilted to tho Congo the two lost pilots of rucsdiit, wliosn committee a scheme for a railway from Viti wan reported 1ml night The who lout to Stanley Poal. asking llie conference to their boat were lU-rtriinJ, Gem. Suifurd ttubmtta Railway f Mi the Commune. I NI'AHKN. UK (KirkliiK-nirn I.inn, Mm, hart nomtnaud John U llnl.Uin for minor. Tlu Ni Intiatnl 1' IV i k lor mayor anil the itenuH.mte  1- rtin niiiiti; t .D of t t 4 11" ni u h urn tlu ir irt i it i w an i M I i o u> ir I r I t in i u m 1 f-.il 1 i i rt w is out id UT tli 11 tlu v i o nj j MI jt I S f i r n i I i UM unl tun ui t  miM fht diUiMtvi from IVntujjul, tlmt the [ntirnutionul )HHOI Lition had imk'rui u inhtruiiunth rt quirt t in tlu tratk pr HKHI ii to rolui -iuli hu portatiuiiH into tho CVmjo i Sir I Jwar 1 Mult t an 1 il a t itnMilt iti >n uti tin. 11 M itli M uilt 1 luur u w is i i t to slmt tPiuk but it wiiuli tu in nh tin l i Jui i, il tn tl iv L HMK t rts N Miin til i K vt.r. 1 ircctliiipily to IloiiNi in In I a nil. tlinht IU 4 f i r t- i tra JK ininuit s i V tuyhn ni TL llu IIY THK A V I> <1M U UV I. HI tl IU l.iir I I n ki i I I f II Ilk I WM-f. 00 4 L.A.! If It U it OUR CLAIM VOI K Vot nip i Din fun of tivi p n k Irt ir n i 1 llo r Hi w i tf MU i I ll f M li no H frOU THE I II I ....1 I 10 OP KIIFi: W ATINW, N t UIA, H4 I V T I A. I, IMF II V( K .Ir HI I" I I it ic i ISI-N nii'ii'i if i in v HOUI I II ICO 1k P. iii.il It I 1 JH 1 Ifr UN AI. I' HA l 11 01 uiitl OI-IIM, i M i i in HT.I r M, F' I l I (i mil I I 111 I'l I.I- tt, unU d' rS PAl'S Oc EVERY DESCRIPTION. I t.'ll II. ttl.t I ll will liira KHI 1 1 II HI I II il U III trf il our 'A Household Necessity." n   j I I w IH r> iu t iu l nhnoCinf; mate h ht tw 1 1 n tin Hi lit t ir I Lijf'it (nfuurv antl I'ortlarnl MuhinK Hlius wn- di hltil t 1 a< h t un ot Hvt an 1 tlu rt HUH WH a tit i 1 Hi t a ints i t, ui us I h< llllliT Sunk I.1 li.r nc iM'd ti nf tin i iitu 1 ._' r nu Mm. the i i rntiin i ar ft StiMiHMhil iVntn Nov JH I tu w an it H tin Lie t ir t'u t V- 1'} Ir t hloratt nt t tit was for tiu first t inu nt r lit Maint (IBHI r HoHpitnl r Uy I nt was 12 ytartt oht 1 lu ration n movt m mdarv Liit irat and wui n lirillnint whiiti vt r HH 1 he piii nt kit nn pa ID i l" i MI" ir I A I ICK 4 II If il M ir HI I f )H 111! Hi Ntiw I f Sntlsfnctlon Ouarnntood JM I K I I II li 1C A 1 nu tut l lit ll i in tlu- bark t Urn I tl< tulnt li cf ntlj porti tl un i t i l I I 'J, Ilin ill in till n II i in 1 lli i N w i-, lli  t itnr IL r tain wliH h wtiilt il troni this p >rt vinttnlnv r tiuun t r II m w arj su )L uitout hitU a unit fr in ill i mouth t tlu limur ilmn nt I Jit !0 t> i lock tiv u c with fttumur Win I awn nn apt 11 Ruth N ht iofitf 11 the Mt rchanttf iitttl Mintri Irani port ition i 1 In I iw TL nci u IIH Iniiind f r tin Savannah Iht Law r tut, it IH Haul bUw out w liisllt wliii li w in tn U" t" Htiirhoanl wan an Hwtrulii} inn truin tin Mimr I lu n tlu Milltr HIM Rtntul tuut which (allul r ttu Law ri n< t tu pnin tlu puFt nule I tu I au rt d t i rttl u uti tint w his tic v. hu h nulu i] lluit tht t a{ t un WHH tt JUIHH t tl Ht irhoar 1 fir wlm li tu rst hit w I tn (.UKnu ol tin o U tlu-ii rnshul at toll uptt  p t i I1 i w tin w itt r 1 lit h m ol 1 m u i in HIP ImlUu u 1 hut 111 not h ik n m t MINI of lu r f >rw ir 1 wuN r Unlit hulkht nl IIM n as tli 1 iin 1 tht MilUr tli 1 t >ru ir I an 1 tlu I ri tu c uiim t i in i Ii ir t ij t [I r h u r. i tn h u-. id I iv.it i iu t nt um i t It t >r thi. Miller 1 tu rt w trt n f i ur p HHt in tl t Mil K r LI ntl nit n i nn t 1 itlu H w h t ri tt uu >u nt in v t n in 1 thi I aw rrm i I lu Milli r vt an about i 11 n tmmitt -4 it tth t 1 slu H nt it t ill mil Ir nn thi mouth i f f. wi r ili I inn i In ii r (nth- IIIH v it w it, r lli r ii i k j ist it in tin M id r 1 IIP l.fk ut I t >vi r d m t t St u I i Mi-mi witty HUl> t ul K ll HM s 1 I) WlLtt Milking J Jtul L In rt i r reth nip i tn 11 n its mat h tnl s ntn mutiny tit '.inn a t t MI li n it H n (t iv J ail t In u JO went into ot si 4 10 7-'. in liultt! tn tl t unit imts rtt 11 e 1 HT in il natiiMial hanks f until, int hqni tlution or art r tut inu uladon 1 his amount hat) btiti ruittnmi Htnti nit nt ot asstts and litthili tor Si pt U) MM fh tht hntaiut M t fr nn Mli f I IM in in Ihsl a iriiluitiua ot K r u oni ii M i in IHs'l t i S >l 4 tn ol t 4 U frrnm 1 lyH I to Nov I, IfcM tlit rtstrie lit SJJ 1 due to a rut (Uirtant ui tiiHli in In amir} not IK hi for rtilu utc outstanding ol All 41? ami tu t ttu rt ane of liuhilitu H am Minting to KI Iht t ilal mil Mint ot I mud Statts noti rtdttintd in tin unut tho nt it1 paj mt tits w on June KMh SI J K An apprnprnUion ot M.10 is r> mi inlt i nu tth i >i tniiiH( tirt inn I uitt d Stiitt H mom n 1 >r n dt mption Iht amount i f titan turd r dollars tomcrl toStpUinlur )Ulh WHK M8J JHO ofwhuti (tut crmttir> lull SMI' 1 0 M SSI w an for tht rt dt ing ti MI ot Htlv tr t rtifitiitt s I hi fimoiit in ir 1 nl Ui MI was 5> t'l w U t 1 lu um Hint out Mamhng n ai ht d it it1 higtu it p nnt in IK( li n u t xi tt dt d Ml   000 an nivtrhtlort rtndittl Iht am Mint of frai ti i urrt iu r d during I lie t ar w h_'i Ilu amount outstanding was ki> t m rmm iti u ui K ui 1 it i i i act inpf Inch i i r K. I i to himuiiti- llu. n> Sninutl knuMti ihi lionet', m in n V portion ol tht' vu-urn uiill ut tlu h HIM w art ImdU All tlu nu mltt-rn of tlu t uiiiU wire in hou-40 at tlu tinu tu nob uU UIVH injurtd 1 IIIH w IH an i MI i hold outrage UH tht liousi wan undtr pi lu i protfctuin, un I ut tht unit tht i >Mt n polucnun utrc IUUH u sh >n diHtanu troni tht houat Hurt IH n i t tho ptrpttrutor. (Jnat ixcitcimiiL in Cork lit llussej in txtitditigU imp mnlar HUHM> in of the largi 8t iutid in Ir, lai t ind U hut) htt'ii know n that i plot i XH'I tl au t nM In', hit lu t HUH ih It noun ui itu ir r n an 1 t i lo ict w rt tlirt n thiif It tlu m th ul im in u i ptllnii.' tin b Ml I li in kn u i S ill ut nit In t h 1 ti 1 t-. th U In iinntu atli la ni i, tvt it i t )f B nr M 1 ind 11 lini; i Kill h m t miijii (rink f U 1 hn( l r (r I t thir-t HII 1 IUUH r in I t all ir t i j u in I u ct t) li t( in I ill i i I n U t! N fci in I tn 1 it r J n ll ri >t i il r ujji m un t i 1 tl r-lii! nl Uu d it IM i 1 ti i i n i I u j n 11 t l luit 1 i r l1 I i t K I M H'- ili miidlati I 1> K tU U i t r vi i v i r I o i r 1 11 r 11 In I 1 u H i v n I I1 i ir i i I u 1 ai i in Un t it it) n 1 1 i- t- I l ti 1 u t r i ilu hul hul n. lur f i i In U llu r nn n1t r an i h nn i i ll It i t t iluit a 1 ark ISM l IHI nu n I u nu an I tun I Minn IUIL It u h i li thtl It n i n-lrati hhi pnlmi uin llu m iiirtr i IH ill r jju IM .1 I n tt i I lli i ii t .1 I I Itirmi t 1 in i lli pil itti 1 M tm iti [i 1 I mm i I >i ui I i 1 trt> of ,r. i i i i-t u t lu 1 in I i JHunrt ftitifcrl  w N N H I lu Mid tilt N mitj It; nk IIKN tail t and UH ill >r- vt rt t 1 Ht t m irnmn 1 I i failuri w UK i 'tit- d In tn II. u h iu pu I I i Ir (r m lit i 1) HroMM d ftrmn 1< r (J Ind Ind ami Iturlincli i It w ith mt ci i ur n )tn n IIIH mil i< an ni 11 n ij ihd u art ODD an 1 In- Hiirplnv ODD I lu i xti iu nt lu< IHHP U not l di known 1 iu dt pottitorn w ill 1 mt nuihUiu I'naldtnt King taktn all llu hlnim n him .U Hi" ri tti'iu aih IUKI n w i ri nmdi wUlioul i u I t nil km U i i t i t (M li .1, 'I J I I 1 ,1 ll III" 1 K M llillM iifli n 1 i. I i. 1111 I H t It or U taring ilu i u JxtofJum 8ih tiatt >nal H l Midi) N rturu L rt iHMit ins ol th J I niitif Siaiti noti s 1 ruin att H t in n lei rind in ui sutli turrtnt) it rut tion I lit rt r uniJt r in dt pi sits I In rt i nn Dnrit u tht mi w us n of tho and ilirif t The hank txannntr in on IIIB wu> fmrn Washington 1 hert a run on tlu uiumgH bank lu tint llu ialti r in in n v> und will ctan I tlu run ami) Hrow n H in tt I in to it i hrtnlc IH th i lo hi ovt r it M100 I tu lirt i li in l li it nil tlu, di poKJi tru tint] i n dtt i i Hi mkholihrti I pul n full n n i >ip is pr I .'.I 1 M I A S A I llu N Mr H 1> n M IP H  had lit ilu mialrtsw ot I.  Vorini mud 1 am unioi t ut Du public ift t nthuHiiiHtii m in lulmira lion f Mad tint It IH i xp i tt 1 thai i ill I HI nl riui kirn Ai M l I hi Hi K i SAI i tt in ttu Unrnn hon n I I tr 1 mr S inn I tii< r t MM" hlniim rnn mill nil ponitlx t h un 1 ili r n ur m m ri fun U 1 TU t r M tl t 1 r Hi ii M i rid d r t uln, Suit Ubi urn, linn I, I )1 ni] ll HIP niul jti Irt H l ntttififm ti  v. 1 In the Hi c Itu t k tl. iu 1 unit i 1 nil Iliiiltlinu Iliirm tl. U i i N v N t ml Unut t in inthr i] i r w i li tht t irniinif t h i> ui I t tli in ur t t l tlu k t uiit a U fi i tu i h mm i ooo irnurtd in tin UUDH v Mutual t t I Itif hr Itu )Uh itu VK i r i ham Is tin HOM l mlHtti HI ii. n h i 1 uitoif t h nd tlit V I lit ol a ed d Unti lt NU al I Vltoi n f f ir Mil) J I.Ol I.U'S HI.is. K. Ir 1 ,5 iivy on >t u ork Muti m.-iit of u rool Srllrr. WILL CURE 1 Tilinn, Frccport, III, Fngmocr on N Rv writts: M ii ir. ul U with Plionnwtl" f' lli.llift l ti.tln I I i nOitnl llm i uiitminiii in I i I a not ii li r Hi ui .U. l p n 1 that tlu thi, i ill llh I nl or li r u i f u ur In 11 no l 1 I M till II conn ili UH illrn I m. A 112 WALL ST. NEW YOR- Nin tilth Mu rll f Mr Hi v nt thi lltntf firm nf Iv Him as los-ti >f (itiiil I mi t 1  tloor ot itt t k t ilurmu tint i Inn iraottl thritt to (itniltl or IUH hnnkt irii'tl tht iiiiin lutun now to out hot the mocrntn 1 wo wt tkn In fort tin tion Dun on tanu into Hu t M ot t> ring to ht t to on DUiuo n t tir inn tlu Matt lie curni ilirttt troin (Jouhl K Vtur mM'ral U t'loct othU wore luKt n tlu ht ttuiK il routnl m of tlantl or a wi ni Hi TON Vt Nl V 'JH Joxtph Uinmtt itu would ht iiHianain ot State atloriu a IIOFJH ot Hormrd Surd uu of litnmtiH IS )tarn rid and h id t n ilnnkinn tu iitih iant t v on ins htirtt MIIS round this nfternn >n in llauuhtm and (ialiiNium liv. rv utahU in thm IS tt (.Im h it t ht i n 1 >und to Ilcn nt tt A whtrtahouts, hut ttu olhtern art) nut m all lirtUmns Hatti t >ndition H ulioiit tht Ht w IH fontlv i t> fim own horse un turn whtn ho ft 11 V VYSII.KUM S UK4TII. (.npi llnvul I.. Hrtiikti ti lint! M J -MO (too ?I ttt tn mil s i ni I it a I IH, of i it mahilili, of Uu trta'-urj On r tlu jrattut to i illu r siUt r d 11 urn or i r u rtilli uti H in s 11 r in dim n Ir >m si t_ i l oo in Ian I 1HM to In t" on 1- lkst "hili dollars and bullion on hand m t n pren nttd bysilvtr ctrtifitaU s out'lnn Imjj int rt nfitd tfunric ttu same period troni -'i 0 17 to I a ttinporHr> t Iu nt tn st >p this drain of gold from tht trt n-mr} ttu tn ns un r at Nt w >rk dirt ltd to Uht in pa> mtuts to tht a Lnittd Statt H to tho xUnt ot on r m during ttu juir rtQtctfl >nditi m tln> mercantiU and nlfairs of tin un shown b> the rt ports of inert mititf failurtfl trt alj and (hen irnnnnctiiHin Lati ordt r of itu HUH ltd and IIH t ontlnuation in tlu i nurse tlmt bank a vote of 2H2 to 1H7 tfu t linmlx r note rt ilcmptiDiiH hnvt hten yuirbv takt-H ot ttu dtclanuions of tht- situ f 1881 Mfttiftlui of the punt 10 novernmc-nt and rt lit B ah Us uu to oncun i lu ttlt nu nt V ho arnvttl at t ant m from tlu iittt nor r- tint t hrmliins in ttu ttt nil rn provuui s ar iu tlu ttillnol Id i statt H tiiat hint ric ituthorUu H in tlu nortlu rtt provuiU'H I a dttn t t Hion ot all tiMHNt Mian i On nppt it} lo r authorities in IN kin, tiowt r, ttit dtirn rxvtrtxfJ and tlit H luktn undtr prottctiun ot the Chmt HI tu ral i rn mtnt Trench UcpullrH. Nov 2H I ho thamhtrH of di ptitn lodnv h} a of to adopted un unit r tif the diij i Iminher inaintaitiH UK dt ti r mination to tht t xe< ution of fuitt in '11 Kill K tl II 01 Mm un ti  tho ll and expind rA% in The Nt'w Pn ut> Uciitl hlle show that redempttonn invariably for the of iiflttttd by stanonn, in rijtnng and auiunm whtn trade IR notive and UK in r nnd midnummer whin iratli n dull, ill' balanriscif held for tht mption s of national In KiiclNIi Ilium 11 that have fmlul nnd pin.. UqunUtion, flUllrnt.r nurilntfn 1 ONDOS, lSo% _'H Bark F.nke Unut IUIH bit n in liliuion Uh pan t x rm I f nlli 11 ut d r t th in In niHM I tin i i mil i I ilu n dt IM Itinit will nt in rri IU 1 it nbtth IntoxUiMii n or iiHiiuMUrnlt drinking NNOW A- I bok Flnmffl Coi i MM J8 rjut one of llu> liuppimaC Strntts on tlrt1 and A ot mtn re- fuatd to lol l he LMfizoni iht tlanui The flro depirinwnt wan palled out but did n uhuitf FunlH ono man ruihed in mid tollowod hj othora and the Aainos win sum NmordRhotft wen- 1 Un 1 for purpose of Intimidating th m. i wtj" d to put the tire out Ml tin miiiiH j ni MrnttAMlle d   1 uill hold Che for daraape to tho Atnentan trtaU Vnltas can bi ht Cann lian iridc with t'ortj KILO and Tuha will he ruimd Ntxt year tlu re will he another blow to Canada He lo take some intend in the tnnttt r u hu h is to he, ho P a tiucntlon ot or dtnih TYl'HOU) Pht EH. iralor nol Arrct.lp.1 si k durintf tht lonv wan hiriv. I r dj ina H and tn tl t d< I H a ditt n nt t with itit- lnt  Hi FI AI o N Nuv 2H nntiirul vemion Tin worct man in VVtHtern New of fllPair He hie wife bun lor >ork if the paintit and tuthusustj J Mr- flttbjett to conditions mini Brulgi wt-t ka he sent a which M to the fear in the family HIM ulic despatch to directing attempt to take htr own lift On the hloun up wiihdvnjimiu tftkcn Pans (fret n, htf lintnuhaltlv fiint the ti Uvelnnd, who line hmistlf bv evt ry rt-ftrred it to the atlorne; of Erie at hand and knovn to liimut If, to nvt rt counts The ofltnoe, Distrut tjtie Bronnon iirri< il lo mil t, in 14 ltl< h n tit i I Hi r N lo Oltliitn MOIL N i iiitu N< JH Minim Mi Dull Li xlriKton i Ion tl t ill p di  d tt-uh Hlir.onntf ht r hunluin I lohn Mi Dull Ilu r w hu Inid In i n uoiinbdin tin bnt k ii] pi an I t prn-M uu Hi ti M lit I tlu M iniff wufl 1 int Inn tlin nit ntnK 1 knvi hirtuif< a tjuarri 1 I In tt imun tnld tin f htiOund 1 UK t i ttirllu r Inn HU tu nu H< innrrii d nu I t monthn air  (uh t rii-u n that n lnd> linn Mu ibli 31 tt IM pt< d w hi h lo an one lo n it HI tin in or I lint mum y M H for n f i w montlm "ti n< i urjti I wan Mt d mx iriontbn for obtaining m mt it. wav uml h. 11 in U) I nil hut tin nut in TI r am t i tnnl I IM In ti llxt d It tth DiMri. L trm (Urk Mt Dull Haul flhi K't M rt hul moru v tlmt tu r limb in d tnd iti ii ti< Imd I an I I r id n )u r on I ink' di} Stu i I nun .1 h lt i r nnd KJM 1 I lur in illu r t hi prtpitnd I I n nh a him Mr- Iti lliiti, fier moih-r tnrroh d Mm M' j Dull M nton I hi Utt4 r IK I i in fimli il hail Mr- M< (luff alt rwur I -n d to an d pri r< p r nt ttti i Ki had (H n nMnlru d for Mr U  wlio IM Ul Iht ilium an 1 uti la-1 Stifirlttv four ni M  to MITI i i ntrttd jii oiu pip'r lit r n lid ki r Mn 11 i in H t WJ E V Y Kill I V VI ISM, K. il i I i ml ill UM 1 111 i i in u u r, mil n FIFTY CIHTS A BOTTLE H I J I Hr w t" 1 I. I.I i 1 It 1 l u tr  blooil, tintl run1 nil Htonnn fi Inntb- ll'H, inrlllllitllf IOHH Hide nnd   fur from j tho l.i mun llrimj i oturil tlml Irimi llu oiiElil I tic I'erpp. tin. Muu t f Now York H n lucnl m-u In tlit A I b. il u null I nut ili li ter Sittmn thaplcr r> sajn under the hu story, ihv affair iti< If of tin- (nmliiliii n mr< infiilnl KI tin of tlu lion Jl  vours ghi cenc-1, anv Utter orany other writing, thrtat- Another Llopement of ni Coomba af North Bcllinpham. was ening to do any tiniawfnl injurv to the person BESMVGTOH, Vt N'ov 28 bunid lur death alUgcd to or another is guilty of mmJe- The only (laughter of lion Jnoics Gihaon I _ have been caused bj typhoid fever, brought meaner. As MtBnige is a harmless mdlfid- Salem, X Y., eloped Tuesday with a Cum- Bars', a farnjcr ol Cluster, Warren) oaby cruel treatment hi.r father It is ual, u is probably that a explun- bridgf, N. Y., rauaic teacher They tame called to Ins door, openly stated that weeks ago he ation will made to Secretary here ahrl were married The bridegroom W. C Toirnsend, a rattier celebrated Dound and Robbed. T, X V Xov 2S HOPS UOTTLKN, 5Or. ALL DED3GISTS, Bnri'. a farnjcr ol Cluster, Warren) on-by cruel treatment hi.r father It is ual, u is probably that a satisfactory explun- bridgf, N. Y., rauaic teacher They tame wagrn Itrdocrd. _ ft t countv, called to Ins door, openly stated that weeks ago he ation will be made to Secretary here ahrl were married The bridegroom in I'ITTBBI no, flur. 28 ElOPXt fOf tllO I BOWditCh CO'S seized b> two irasked men and bound severely beat hef with a large stick, that he sen If prosecution is insisted upon, Me- Prof. W. C Townscnd, a rather celebrated Connellivllle toko producers syndicate jitnittt HnM> wu, wu They tlu n placed revolvers at his head and forced her to saw for flre.and in vanons'Bridge's fnends sij he will cheerfully accept pjanisU, who has redded in Washington today agrted apon a reduction of from C lo iu The onir ami City Drugstore, Under Cony HOUSO, compelled him to give up hw gold watch, other ways ill treated her. He baa not been the consequence! of his patriotic course. He eonnty for 15 years. Thu is Townsend's per cent, in the wages of all laborers, to take 1 Augusta, Maine. noTialtwtJ after which they searched the house and arrested, but it is understood that complaint is said to be visiting bis folks in another third wife, the second one oi who obtained a effect Doc Int. secured w'" once be made against him. State. drrorce from him a few months ago. about 8000 men. Tho reduction will cflcct MpMMkwly ft   

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