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   Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - January 6, 1885, Kennebec, Maine                                r S VOL. AUGUSTA, MADttE, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 6. 1885. "A HOUSEHOLD PANAOBA." BAKERS Anz-.iAH S E 5 2 w r V >f for the t 24 Hours. No Settlement Yet. i BOBTGJN, Jan. 5. Judge Field m the Supreme Judicial Coup at Boston, Mom av, (rave an opinion denying the application of Ferdinand A. Wyman, trustee of P. Shaw Bros., to sell the assets Of the firm for for the purpose of Carrying out the offer ot c-ompos ition of 30 percent, recently mude by, the bankrupt FORTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. SENATE. Mr, Hewitt, of Ner York, suggested that it wan hardly the proper system of revenue reform to leave the duty on cotton and tike the tax ofl whiskey, Mr. Iliscock'u motion to suspend the rules and pass the bill to repeal certain taxes in the internal revenue laws was to 128 TELEGRAPHIC SPARKS. The cake ovens at Soildy Mines, Tenn., 350 in number, hare resumed operations The report that Prince> Bismark has pro- lo be glHAJTCIAL AtTD OOMMBHOIAL Mew York Produce JKnrkel. NitW 1 OKK. 6 uportt. S517. salos, No a, .'iOaJta. Ciacr wMCo W  a WouUerrul re Aim M AIU porknKo I. UUll ULMIIH followliitf tUUuncnt. _ Tills Me-diclne to t-OK TIIB HEMFFund OTjaEOFHHKBMATWM, -------A, SCIATICA, LAME 6, PI.KBBIST, Office of the Chief Signal Officer C., Jan A. M. For New England and Middle Staes warmer, partly cloudy weather .nd local an 'Definite rams; southerly winds; falling barometer. o. The chairman laid before the Senate the of Hon. Justin S. Mornll, 60 a 303, hi SOOafifiO, rlnte r wheat rjctra, 100 Mlanmotn nxtrm. Mr Kiefer of Ohio moved to suspend the held here is rules and take from the speaker's table the- Six hundred men and bovs truck at the Mexican bill and concur in all the Senate Belmont Collier, Mt Csrmel Fa Mon.bn ipu w.tw, import., twnoi. ftftnrrt. Mr Ham- P- fc the firm, and will protably keep the tsute Mr Sherman IHSPATCHES, KROM WINTHROP. JOKE TIIKOAT, MORE acid WEAK Annual Meeting ol the Kennebec Ac- "cultural Noddy-Reduction of IO for rent, iu tbe'JUlllg. I INTEKNAI. PAIKS. OUAMP (DIM1, fOlTOHS and COLDS. llll.lll. IH'llVH.NALTKIIBUM, Bl.tl ITOMIMO PILKM, Bud the Supreme Conit, BiDDrpouo, Jan. 5. United States; referred to the committee on McCfrath of Saco. was bound over to f affairs. iU Among the bills introduced and referred rt, toouv, on the charge of were the followmif f ith intent to coujmit rape Bv Mr Beck, to create a revenue commis- i aion. of hlch he amount would be Secretary Toller has written to lbe> chair- man of the committee on Indian af- fairs, a long letter rivaling to the leases of Randall and re' turned to Washington MonJiu and express ton- was lost- wo-third9vote Th. mlll8 at P. the thank, of Mf Coll of nece88OTy moved ,o and Bros. Plnllipos mill O.lu-r lit 1 KOI I' PAIKS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. DB, that wvilo W know tt will euro ni< j 1L i 1 i it i uro ni.Vt'HKi that It la uii living r t claim titan wo M'l T H-M U the wotiderfal If in i i u! by mull a counto our Df r Pi rtj All- I i "A Household Necessity." CM our antl eottta hut nm t v u M  W.MM tpot No X Ml, No 1. M. Itult No 1. Ml, Jo 3TI, No J, t ilo 3, a SSj No 1, Ul, ito Vlliltr, Mi Mlxn) W.Itl.Tn. SS u SS, n bllr 16 u 39, Willie Mali'. S8 n 10 Out loaf and cruntu J   C, AaM, yillow, Kim-Unltpii, 731 bid TAI cailir 1't'KK-Mtrs rpol, 90 1C 00. L.AHU fi a 7, rvflotHl. 7 Brm quirt the survivors of the Qreely Arctic expedition referred. Mr Miller of California offered a resolution winch (ran agrerd to, calling on the secretary of state for copies of all treaties except the postal treaties entered into-by the United States, the ratification whereof has been ex- of treaties as have been changed or abro- U S Marshal Wright the first witness gated called -He explained that he appointed The Senate then proceeded to the constder- (lepulv marshals The ation of bills upon the calendar third tune and officers of ves- spetial and general specials were for de-puty at the polls, and were re-indents of the eity, as farlas he- knew Tlioae deputus not residents were not paid by the from private- funds put in his ham s ui known persons. Among the bills read the passed was one to permit tbe- sels in collision wuh government vessels to sue the United State s The Se'nati- then took up the mte-r-State 1 lie deputy marshals were fiirin'aheU oy him eommerte bill and Mr Wilson spoke in us with 44callibro bu 1 dog" revolvers Six favor hundred of tin se tamo to him by express Mr Sewell said that while he did not think from New York, that any great abuse d in the railroad He had mi tnformution that would fullv sjatem cif the country yet he justify him in saying that tht v had bc'cn fur- thouicht that a bill of this! charaelir was that a uniform fteel mM uf ,hc m Iron a continuing special and Car Co Pa nr u "2 ,a j and the Sehigh Zinc Works at South Bethle Mr Withs of Kentucky demanded a second h resumed morning which was to 61. Mr. Potter qt New York said the time had A complimentary dinner was giien to come when the bankrupt IB'W bv 0 Brien, of Boston, at the- Parkir the absolute necessities of the countrj Pur- House, Monday, b} some 35 or 40 gentlemc'n ing the la-t two yfears failures had risen from with whom hi) bas served in the board of A number of Boston merchants and bank ors bave prepared a protest ngninst the nitin- lalion of the proposed nuiproLltt be twei'ii country a id Spain and will trims mit the same to Congress ,Toim4 .1 Snow of Walilo Vt who wiin onMcteil In June ol a pi ill, r naineil Stanton anil se nt, IK ed to Wnulsor iirison for life wns pardonul Tun Istb) "inttne on petition of memlh rt ,if tin iiriiii 1 imil ami the In fur, was tried York XMnlng Kcporl. Nun UuDITtlUf IXlWtM'D IrODl Ull ClOK'll IVlim MiTCunlllr 0 (It lor lono, and lor iiUurl rnmmit. i Unit il ono, and fi oldfl irrfl (oouii doc 000 000 by the republican national committee, but supposed that tbev nore, so lurmshed He rittiiried it enientni lv that the men win) were to preserve pemce at the polls sbould be aruucl About lialf of the revolvers were re- turned He dul not know what became of timt h ai tending to remoily the abust s might, in exceptional tIISCM, exist Mr all denied thai mu-hnlt of tbt' railroad slot k intlus countrv was as hail been stattd some wee'kn ago in a ilc'batc Mr Morrill save- notiee that on Wcdnes- tlie ntlurs lie- (i uld not remt mber the day next be woul 1 Oil! up, mi the purpose1 at number of the houa in Maiden Lane, N Y making some remarks on 114 ms resolution, III" ex- offe're 1 Some wee-ks airo. dtUnring it to to which the pistols'were returned iimination IH still in progress A HAND 6r HOUGHS the 1 J PORTLAND. Meeting of Maine Central Director 1 Civil Mcrvicc fellow's Ilirthday. Infctit PortinoN of Went Virginia In a Organized InhabitiintN Ter- in a Court Haom. lylit CAITIO, Jan 5 Aclditioipil reports from Calhoun are lo the effect that a reign of terror exists in the sout i and when crn part of the county whieli is mountainous jdurned and isolated. For icarlvtwn months, a iiang of roughs have been engaged in outrages fit various kinds Social and church meetings ex- offe're 1 Some wee-ks airo, ilielrfnng it to be> I the sense of (he Se-nati- thatlthe so-called re- cipriw itv tre-aties with nations of inferior population and wealth should be regarded with dUtavor A message was receivc'fl from the presi- dtnt transmitting the report of the Se-crctary of the Interior, recommend ng some provii- lon for disarming the Cheyenne, Arapeboc and other Indians whrn such action shall found necessary for their advancement in civilized pursuits, the Indi ins to xje com- pensated for the arms thus Inkon The Si-natu went into etecutive session, the doors weie reopened, ad- The mot on was supported by i Mt sard Akams of Illinois, Henderson ol Iowa, Find- ley of Maryland, Adams of New York, and U Neill ot Missouri Mr Hammond of Georgia didn't think tlie bill would pass if eten u tlav nas nxi d lor its consideration. The people uhetii he repre- sente'd believed (there would be more tliuhon- o-ly with a bankruptcy law limn withont one Mr Muidlon of Illinois said this lull v as infiqitelv Worse than the lnwurf IStu Mr Willis of Kentucky Outer, ,1 lus prn- lest against the bjll If it more would have to bo fllleil 11< that if'lie llnust; piiscil the hill (and coniillerWion in tins inse meant pt- atuc)   liai, hirdlj begun work before tlu eri oulJ come' from all "quartt nf H prompt r, ptal of the law The law wouM lie an open to fmtii) It would be a t, nip tation to wil 1 speculation wtncli would ruin the country Mr Collins said that If the advers inea of the bill wero fair enough to nive ua bearing he would undertake to HIV, them a convincing reason whv it should a law He' did not know whcru the gentleman from Kentucky not his SHOD Not more than SOU offices wnulil becreattd by the bill Tbe- gentleman from Illinois had said that the bill was ask, ,1 fur by interested parties interested in the honest settlement of debt h for Oiu liuiiilrt il ami iwt nu lulicsc (laitucil prior n M It in t in ilii- I niuii M htituho IH vi rtln K wt n 1 1 inn In Id tml at Sun ram HI i M i n uiiiltr tbt tint ilt tisiuu ot tht Ihntt il si iu s nt prt'm i t ourt Kranttjl lit ruits'l in to hinil Onli rs hux ei lift n il lor tin1 I ships Lmuifier and Kt ti ahum thi wont (unit Alri a for tin purp IKI tinn iht Anuruun tnttititih 40 that nt At 4 rt'pubiean nut us Monilai Albany Ou> 7. of M J rcmeCit, was nnanimnusU nonnnatid for Hpuiki r by tu tlainatum Ih ilt-inoi raiie tain in nominated for Spoaki r Win C of OSM tffo Hid Pri-niili'iit will li'ait- about tlu- 11th inst for New Orli'nns to visit tin- union exposition unltsH the condition of public nf fairs Hball make1 it HIM I'nsan to t hangt- bis M toihMoru KW A c'lltutpoa AMi li If I'r, 1, rr< 1 It i i ChlciiKU N WJ Cliloui.o HnrlliiKti l< rn I t tiilrn ml Kru IO 4 1 Pnltrr.il, lileati, lio  nlrn 1 nk, Slvuri it rn Union VlloltUm n I nlon i Ml i fliro til r fliti li r llll A f i in H MHA r r hiia.1 'il r s U Inn -IIJ n n, ItlfrUcr jtl firm KYU hlulii r [IAUI (Inn I'litlft o 11 I'll n I.AHII Hi CtB7j Hi l K MKAT-" 4VS t Hbnr "i -r S Inlf tHiiit liinmilt it h; tin anil li ri on Wt ln< n'lrtr nft n nncl i-Tt'tilnK HI RCTIMI n i link HOUSE. v 1'oiiTi.AND, Jan 6 The Maine Central Railroad directors held a meeting litre today They authorized issue are broken up, many people being injured in occasioned bv the death of in ten and twenty-six per cent, the flghts that always followed Private from the 19th congressional district of I'enn ns) anil those he represented were pret, tit plans He will be accompanied b> Intc-re-siccj in that some members of the cabinet and exptcts lo The m ition to suspend the rules and fix a return to Washington in about 10 days day t le consideration of fjie bankruptc i ng bill Was to necessary John A Swope, elected io fill the vacancy f n Mr. Billmont of Now York offered reso- w A uuncan, luuon wft9 lo on foreign affairs, that die President be re- bctwp. n William, of in block on rt, ffidi1 h t r j tlnnn will b r irltv out) dollar pur Iroltle Weprcfc. II iu )oti buy H from your clrngKlst. but If ho IIHMII It ill not Iw p, rinadcil to try something list but ortli r at from us, as directed 112 WALL ST. NEW YORK Boston IHiilno lluilroiid N II Jan. 5 TliC subjc cts of fltmg tlio maximum fares aiid freight on the Boston Maine system cunifl up before the railroad commissioners, at Concord, N II Mondav forenoon, by ap- pointment J II Furber, general super- intendent J W Sanbon, supcrlntendont of the northern division, W J C Konnfv gem ral freight agent, and I) J Flanders, genural ticket agent, appeared and asked the boHrcl to fix the maximum passenger tariff at three- cents per mile on the whole system Suddenly, fore, ____ the whole Resolved, By the House of pirtv started up, knocking tlio guards down lives, that the President Le requested itnd assaulting the court and witnesses One form this body whether hi> has so of their niimbcr si ized a revolver and held Hon John A Kasson ant Gen W S Snri- thc crowd at bay until he and his company ford, and if so, he is respectfully requested escaped They now are hidden in the mouri-, to state the reasons winch liave impelled him Adjourned FOREIGN NEWS PREPARING FOR! W AR. THE BOOMERS. said Kassun and hiinforit, I he is further re quested to inform the House whether m the letter of authority to them or otherwise, there wtruany conditions affixed to or limitations Considerable Fighting Necessary to He- placed upon the exercise at their authority as move Them-A ColoniHt's Inform- sm h delegates, and if conditions were lltlOII. CM DWPLL. Kan Jan S information.. Troops an'd chvalay arrived todav from lo wnt'thcr to tako such a step If he has so accredited A Squadron Orderc-d Prnpurd by Enir- vc'str) was will nttended and considerable in lerest manifested The meeting last even ing was at the Baptist vestry and thin ing will bo In the Kiitniiial Vistry The Maine Central K K Co w, talklnn of putting gates M all their crossings in ihit tnldrnn slow ill clert Inimit nl use 'Wills jinny, limllk land One Oat- Hide ol the Cabinet Knows Where It 1.1 A petition to abolish the- Common Council ,un, r ln )M, of llallowell, will ho pre-si nt. ,1 to the- Kler trii llitu r. turc-tins winter hut we have not jet lifftnl that sin in ihli- nov any argument advanced in fftvor of AIK b L I 4 change- It certainly cannot be to reduce A great sensation has been caused' in Lon- aro prescribed, whether they Were made known to.lay by reports of extraordinary actlv- I" i i i to the conference-, and the President fur, itv at the Portsmouth navy yard. It appear. htt8' ther requested to impart to the llou.e such that just after the rising of the cabinet conn Many argument, can be advanced in favor may be ,1, In. power tending yesterday a peremptory dispatch from tbe "f continuing it and there may br n .erthe'ncw State to be erected adm.ralty department was received at the ulL'a, r M H and maintained by ihe power, taking part in Portsmouth naval depot. It ordered the im- So long as the member, atu-nd the conference to be republican or mon- call lo their ship, of officers and sea lllc wc tllink -111 nt n) Hi newt r cry Mr Oco V Willing  tho scriMch when lime was called threaten if they are removed to burn every Mr Cox's purpose in for the fifth round tho re-feTet> decided the ranch out in Oklihama and Cherokee strip a position for Lieut Greely ._... Hmi. cleclarilie By Mr. Hopkins of Pennsvlvanm contest a draw, at 110 some time declaring Kilrain to be the best mail ia, to pro Fourteen Dead Bodies. Ucsigus His I'osilioni LEWISTON, Jan resigned to accept Masanchusctts corporations, hcudquar- vide for the erection nf a public building By Mr Tut ker of Virginia, to increase ,rauu. ushers me reinforced by policemen of Sioui CITY, Iowa Jan 5 number of judges for-be United States courts thv .Metropolitan force, and even alter tbu News baa been received he-re, which is be- artel to prevent delay in the administration of guard bad been passed bv enterprising to be reliable, that the bodies of U justice reporters the} find the clerk, rcsoluti-lv men hava been tound between a point 29 B} Mr Brcckenndge of Arkansas, lo pro- nivnl jt however, that a man' vide fur the erection of a mer and harbor foreign polity has he-en agreed int, to be in charge of a commission- ln yle prolonged cabinet salary of wtrc held on Friday and Saturday A. to what qnnrU'r of the earth or ocean thu new mr. HISCOCK 01 wew iorK moved to vigor is to be manifested in, there is a cli- pend the rules and dismiss his hill abolishing vuion of opinion All sorts rumors are in the internal revenue tax on tobacco, cigars, clrculation is to the effect that England The Christmas tree exercises at the Bap list church were well rendered, and the nurntrous presents, from of candy to gold watch andvchain, were thankfully re ceived The church was handsomely dec- or itpd The drama, "The Turn of the was enacted at Grand Army Hall on is a bustle of activity, which is wholly unus- Thursday evening The hull was well Sunday, and there is also an air ot flu, j but one opinion is given concern Attention is tailed to the advertlsonient la nnotlwr column, of J II Porters Hol- ing Oil, whith la proving itself invalnablt M cases of emergtiicy Mftnv llvps have bcra saved by the aid ot tlits wonderful reint dy at Hit BUflflrr Slinfting, irritation, mflammalion all kid- ney and urinary by "liiidm Paiba 91 A Wondvrfnl DUrovrry Consumplives ami all, who MilTcr from any afTec lion of the Throat and lungs, can find a certain In Or Kind's New Dlsdovery for Consumption, Thousands of permanent cures verify the truth of Ibis statement mediciue ran show such a record ol wonder- B..... meniciup tan snow sue n a riioru 01 wonuer- impenetrable mystery Hie sle-e-py and vcn- lnpe tho thal ln ommendation The- fu, once hopele, suffer; t rnlih. nip reinforced ov milut'mpn nf ....._.......______I____.1 p r Wood fur several years agent of Valentine, Nc-b and Gordon vtoc for the erection of a river an. fcdward L, Wood, lur severa The were to be in charge of a com of the Kranklm Company, and treasurer of new tr of rivers and harbors, with a tho Water Power and Gas Light Company, lias d d men are %lctim, 0  Mr. Hiscock of New York move asion was enlivened by excellent musii and flinging from four young ge-ntlemt n trom Colbv loss of .now leSvcs the roads i-xc ecilmgly rough recent dcptrturtj of Mr John St, vens for San Francisco, from Vi-wton, wa. made the occasion of numerous and val- uable prc sents to him Mr Stevens in a native'of China, and is well and known here He has accoptel the po.ittoi of (rcneral fur the Pacific coast, of tin- jElni Life Insurance Company, ami will prn now gratefully proclaim thpy owe their lives to this New Discovery It will cost vou, nothing to givcf it a trial Free Trial But lies at Divine Coughlin s Drug Store V) cents and 00 Trn> of Thousand Colds lead to Consumption, Peters, Mettled Coughi, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup Whooping Cough, Immediate' relief by Sctb Arnold's Cough Killer I Mill _____ nufs decreased to ibat amount. In support this last named theory.it is Wimdow Warren has been confine! Nn a u tr t m llniisc LeBiiltttnre. Mr O Neil, of Mo said tint tlie purpose remarkc d that Cul Sir Charles Warren, who to bis house bf for several clays, and ft Triinclpr ol of the lull wan to prottct a certain peculiar was stnt to Capi Coion> at the head of a may not be able to return to his c-lms room JsM TUP iLd ELLSWORTH., Jan 5. Jap j. ,eti wjuch was already robbing the people expedition to eJhastwe Boer duties for some davs to come of; the m SlP l treasury has author- The LegislatLr.-flpemd atnoon today Hal TnJ9 Oungnsj should do nothing on the -and arrived ir Cape Town a month ago. freshmen and a fe-w invited friends went on a T''C n.tom house at lotmg for Cn Ud Sta le. tariff qUt Mion. It could, at least, avo.d the das done nothing as yet toward, carrymg out sk-igbridc one evening last wj., k The kod a transfer of the custom house take-place before the 20th It is openj} 8tnpendoui blunder of pawing the bill. the ostensible of his expedition! It "eatlier and travelling were all that could forth, pliyslctanyiwi _... to Mount Desert It will be made ,f Stanfor. t.-.......c_ r _i ......_. i oiuycuuuwa MM-- VIK. tnc osten.lole purpose ol nis expeaition. It weaumr aim Lravwumg wuru uu mav IJIIUKI v van to DIOIIIII wul permil BIB jjr Thompson, of Kentucky, contended 18 suggested that he mav be under orders to be desired. They a four horse team j tVV.-.vVnirTiii-ARINa IViBEv the charut) of Deputy Collector Gilbert niune to be placed in nomination he will that the bill would cause ihe enure dcslrnc- co-operate with the fleet at St. Lucia, and drove to North whcre they NotiiiYtJhcnlniisi- Sieml for circular and u of the internal rpvenue on distilled and Znluland, instead of Bechnaoaland, a sumptuous banquet prepared for gonliiiHfue n. p. K. Ncjw E Simpson spirts and would operate as confiscation of will be the scane of the struggle in They afterwards returned to Water- IniDOrtaot Suit. now in the Southern Africa. ville by way of Oakland. All speak of it at Rlnze I hand, of the dealers A nig T.. E M. .amntiwt Earthquake Shock. u. I IV. K Btwarenf base Imitations. wiltl andFANCJE3S Mr. Wills, of Texa., regarded the measure event long to remembered. BASOOK, Jan. preston and others brought iuit as an extrardinary bill to be brought forward YoniqEBg, S. Y. Jan. 6. Fire in F. O. Baxzell's ste-am laundry at jn tae 0, s. court at Cincinnati for at thu tune. The report of the secretary o. An earthquake shock was felt here about ij i 'used a loss of several hundred an of the of the Cincinnati, Colum- the treasury .howad that the public debt was 6 o'clock tonight. Sf> damage WM done. classes of three, ?'1T bu.AHockjng VaUey r.Uroadon .ddyetthe WM pro- The.hock .eemed to follow the wrtern 24 town., tie Hrilow.ll unknown. lor rfemdeted. poiing to give the bore of the HudMa rirer. Academy. For the Cure orCoogta, Hoarseness, Bronchitis.Croop, Influ- enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In- cipient Consumption and for the re- lief of consumptive persons in advan- ced s'tagesof the Disease. For Sale by all 15 Cents.   

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