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   Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - November 26, 1892, Kennebec, Maine                                p i tt enucbcc VOL. XXIII. AUGUSTA. MAINE, SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 28. 1892. NO. 279. ASIATIC CHOLERA ECONOMICAL LUXURY Combining luxury economy is rarely __ comphshed. House keepers who use the ABO- KM" ra me WINDOW? Said to Have Broke t Out at Rangeley. "Xot 25 UnJ n-ar, .mi, WtMIM R i Fer >ear Eaf-j MR. BLAINE "THE GtNWOM REPORT Dr Badges Says that Mrs. Stephen Philbnck Has the Disease. Ai. ii -FoT, gmrtajltr fair cbainjfc teMperaltirr mmhvtat Not So III As Has Been Re- _ __ i W %amai.vovt kl n i ported. House at Newpor, R. I., 1M9 raouKi n entc.ua. A rf WntU I In Fact, He h Very Well and Able to 1 Be About. Cornelius Vanderbih's Elegant ouse at Newpor, R. I., d with All the Costly Furnish- flllntl OHnMCt, ntmtt Matt. FOREIGN NEWS. Floods in China Destroy Tem- ples and Many Lives. will fintl ihcn ttir mcs economical to use, ami thi; luxury ol in'- h< iii- flivor One trial their worth. HIDDEN'S ll J 9. cumlatMm u T- TEW rartfH ings and Rare Paintings. Vf Toi NOT. chief ul tiki bureau of ortlioamY of Mi j tltraulntf ol in hw annval I that an of 4ud Japansse Fishermen "aTV..'" ish Shel! Viltagw. IHHV for arming and equipping natal iwlilia Ike }ta of 487 ,_..J. Of Ihc .IM (ran J, of calibres from-I Io 13 i.M prolta ucmee u U- at tMO.OOC-AII ol aST Hat, TnajMi wit. j alvl Dunne the tiar rounds of i less TMiwtltr wire maue at thi tor station Ua teat in various most tujt n suits Tl. I im HUE tamtmLjun CURES Frsuis OUeun. ilUXiuto flSiilxl U..T lad M w A nJ Me! taank iltposU TUe Out Ibe W W mnmil-   Ihe tha. Ii, Kal.1. to JreMr.1 an.1 moti now, lit.K-o.ir II. per eenl al like mp.1 mtlim tin ami of a .ml.r .an I" maintain.-.! mini! i r of IH.U. r, .r.ske.1 ruk, an.1 (i annul In. room tne" money in cirmUtlon Toe total CO coftenU .err ilestrox e.1 from tin. rml. In, us  tli, litter final nome of Its Hla.in-noul.l If In fo out .1 11 TUe total cost of siltfr eoirr t 11 ,.............-..j -ltli.lni.al Iinuinrvltu be relem.l fo an I that Mr Blam, ..11 ible I J.KWJTO Tin- or a .kin. n I ,-X iini of the1 al it.... to sUn.I a jouriw) in la.-l, j urom oji marl n i I r 'iVrTpl" "I 'one. In. >anta I. ha.l llie In ilnunt.if Ilia i jar It I" f TO f II qoal tile fan m rn of IS7S 1'iiml nearli u, Hr..................., (.lion tin e of It. Hla.ne .oul.l al.lr to go out .1 it TUe total of iiJirr 1 1 mil.s from the manst tin M folminm awl mill a p. r. il. ill Innr.l.y alt. rnoon It 1 be relem.l fo an I that Mr Blam, ..11 ible I J.KWJTO Tin- or a ireneral alarm soiiiioone.1 .ntm .1, pail Iran 1 i toMorVlo ill.an i.lura high riiti al tin 1 hu .a. partlt .lu, to tl. in.n niu l t hlna aH.1 to hf. or iiinUr ..I nil) anotlxr Hhltc lo.in I enlll. an.) (lull 111 k ll 111, k. nil II WHIN OTHERS FAIL Cafebrin Cures. GIVE IT A TRIAL. ABSOLUTELY HARMLESS! Curoa from Any Cause III Mill II i I IT 4 tl I t i- in i i t i The Cafebrin Company, BOSTON MASS Business Cards ADGDSTi SAYIXGS BAinL Organized 1848 BUNKING i ,n I turku r 'e-imj th. '-n of 1'resi.iel -eim to hav, bien .'lie riw present marki.1 value of the silver put U) ILe breakmit out of Ilio tin naiiiinaH of in, r. I ri .11 irain i i hi lliallli IMIIIH I n lame, loiimiin i uton hat i. i. the ti.Id 1 -.t in Inn .liaaeil was on .late, Uss V small portion of Ihi furnuur, w IP lmni, ,t, timi -lull, ot f m I I i- t il lit, k. n H H nun 1 rl x l i, i n rork. the fill" pn> No'wttti.un.lioi; repor f to the conlrmrv lt tos! sjveil, in us! If but mi hlli 1 tin- 'ink. n i  shown Thl comptroller The correniv fur- unt >n or >alui olun .ompaml I.KOII, in, I "nl ir In I n If.'ph Uiir.1 lu" Hotnu.rli.1. ajsix lln t e no nsn< of m, nul aboiralion bv tin gOTermnrnl nol com .Ilh that Wliaf "ii" i "I. n out Ut M Bl ill U ion I l.aulli I V nun r ol i, iip Will Wi.h, wilbiin. i a notu. til.' ll.elf to UJI payer, opoftlhe acore Of .as Ibe valuable Of all vihlli all lln tb, .am. -U. II irn.t" ma I. 1.1 MIL. ion t. ii.nm. Ii inlnal WUFtlF IS 'MM PtTBOFFt economi- The government cannot issue r ih lapestmn ran paililiin. .alunl.1, n nn.l in ilu ipkwion hainU r tin lnWni..ii. II art or n If" ,'rir I .1 -h II- "..nfrnnwn. fl.U another MIIOII ..n, t, n VMJlinvrn U Cmnool bru brat and elewnt ,1. an.l fur nt. umr 1. MIII. I Ir ni..ni. t. I I k. r ,h, k, 11- i lw. n 1 mnion. f two m. n il I Tnttl. nl In I Timm r tin -it.ll another uuon n, IS nnOTF! Tin olnmtxnn innun .rtunllj went out of xi.i, e llM ftill nieujnir of men OmeumMlt m Ilw M-rilf Sn h not Tt i- nutting em-hered m tht Itooluri hnninfM ha 1 Death ol Well Known Richmond Lady j i r N Mr- tt j n If HI I if Ii-mi, with r i i v w in f. ti X. l si v r rtlh 4 Atdtt The government cannot jnnn? r tli UpeBtruc raa Milunltti w.u n in ilu otattOMBl) It Cmnuot poateiii btu u brut fur jiriulutiuiii  tc bank b.lli wlun .uttrriti.t at mtm (hatt Imlf tint! nl tin I uJi xplo n i-fiom ir u ni] tin_' to irnn-iKt r IIOTIN tu tti If part mt nt wen a.W just mnih to tbc hnhil tns of time of liu Mttlt> In u xmuft hnll n t i j, r tt ImillN fn found tn s; t uiitxlutl tn tin i uf tht Kurernnu nt of l ank would uriuUU 'n t ipulrwn PX miiilttl to IK -fortli tt> r. i iU I ml tin ti lik i full mtrtinff iiMlthin no lelmUtlMit I. for. th. B  in {xuUnc. 1 In- uturh mini. hw finii xjirt d to Cor Mr ti mpor r. fn i ,.Mi. Mlli 1 nl t no rite making atiJ no the ilmt i-le lti ..Q.Uhe, would to mlcem.? I in tV in tin ganliiHrh tolUjn on HIL I ol J..HIH Hi 'Ir I MONETARY CONfEHENCE I lint and RttoluUont In.roducKd br Iht American it Bruiwli I r r 1 i II h nil lit II 1 impossible lor me tb Walk o. a-i.ini at Werttworih Beich M i M, N Hi IM, ,f s i tf ,t tt IV ii t in I I I i it on til trunt lit nn ttu -u'jMt not cor Jwrn ttitir i hiriiii' orl 1 nr Tuneo Unu 1 ID (hi on ft rial- tnd u Im li ttndcd to Fafmf would Tlw- opt rat ing Ifpii i i stihnnttst atn nitlu n il t 11 nmn of th. L oititl Si atn ]ar m the fntufe If utatt bank I to th? patMeTiffi r I nn that frvtghl goMrnnunt In one aw it i- Raid lu notn nro allowed to tinulaJc their ii.att.rimui.tfK 1 o m.i. llt.it 'abruattd i li r mm ly I bin wan so )ini_e it beionw< __ pax-tntiir 1 ti-m. Mt not up difft rtrt from P, IrolTs apparent DIP rentoradon of tin ptati 1 h more thin M per of tht rcwnne o, r tint the xpoture ti 1 bank urculation ihsasUrto a tin roivN that if low rat.f i t, mUnt Port, r to U hrv, that IK in Of ouruliKiu who mmt nml and IIMP llu-' M IK- mrr qorp than 1 ]KT aare _ to proti'Mujn from Hip Monryc k slaiial Maw loan. G M RANDALL. M D OIHTH Mtork. HOUHS 9tolZAM lto37te9PH r of DENTISTRY. ,1 It- IMH.I! 1. iti Vitr IHOI'HI i u .1 i 111 I K AffrrlfNl i I t I 1 i III B-lll MTftfl- I1 II rtn-lr I i (1M nnt Mr. DANA'S SARSAPARILLA NEWS NUGGETS B'oughl by Ihe Wires From the Fforlh Eait 1" 1 South ind Weil I hir. ,1 I v, I unnari ,nd thn. it illmMr lo'unfliA ft r tin -.riki of ill tht n i? to bt got out niti rtnffit I In lln T' f'orc d i l n-htii _______ I..i MM n t utnnut ifT  i. dOiiDK juot ill loon of t Of Ml ill in fin ii litiiin tt-tM than uri nil tun I for inTior pit n mx j 111. r> 1 li n iinifii of inn r n mt; IU f ir (h. Ilini pwunltr mil pitin r ipi-1 llritijt if fin tlh to lin< nn 1 on I I'UM- Mi. hur imnln f.r ,ir -UK tli uiii-l not nnh Ihrini h ll imh ami four nn nm pint. without liHtortini r n tli n't" .'h'n I 1 1 ouitff. .il liolh Illi i I di t littllik ]H] rnln in II ml ill -ilih for th. uf -I iti-ti. of I lit i .mail (lortio PUZZLING A COMMITTEE Min K Cunoui Slory Abtul Two Chicago Gen-femei, nniiu I i i r. _ ir I to for H Rat.roa.1 PrttMMl Will May tho Mi it hill Our AlMMflwro Klh-'M9 Kioljrnnilc ST NOT L' Tlir tornado that j-'" doiistatt I tlx town of Itnl Hud III .vui foretold I'rof t K llitkn tht M I tnlSo I'-ciHc 1 OIIIN astronomer ami w rattier prophet In t ant for NorcniKr, on pt M _ _ Ji and imblwlietl m WOT I awl thi Urt Mfek ilarttl prop! it Staid Nf" II Ih mnrkinl ind.< itiona of xtr. M i .1 ,N Y M ii-o in lurMi nnlur if pit I n ik HUbSUN SOLDIERS MUTINr 'S 1 intiiil.tr if jut i. n Hit .wiiimiiiU 11. f. ork. Body and Start lor Thtlr Homei Bui Art I, I hi IRO IWK b oi in. 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