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Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - November 21, 1898, Kennebec, Maine .fi: I VOL. XXIX, AUGUSTA. MAINE. MONDAY MORNING. 1898. pond your specimens of gnme correctly mounted to Homer R Dill, GARDINER, MAINE. The In the county. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. Is Verdict Against for Killing Guide Smart, Italian Arrested at Bangor for ihe Cut- ting Affair at Oakland. Office Slatiitict at Augusta. Hallowed and Waterville. 'rim Irust >reac No ies. ;o :ust. 7? NO. 278. M. i M _L r Snn lhe Crimson Outplays the Blue Corbett and Sharkey Ready Surgeon General George R, Will Be Handed Spanish Peace at EPoint, for Tuesday Fight. Makes His Report, Commissioners, Hebron Has Same Kind of Picnic With .Odds Are 10 to 8 on Cprbett and He Not Camp Sites But Manner of Oc- Must Either Accept Cash- Sum and Cob Coburn Classical, 22 Is General Favorite. cupying Responsible for Disease. Cede and Evacuate Philippines Of kinds to jbe found at 7. Ktnl't Hill and Wrtervill. High Hew Deposed- Silt of Seats Al- Treatment of the Sick at Horn, and in Or Klandi by Conquest, Former Winning, 6 toO. ready Over the Wait IndiM. lory for Indemnity. jurj- in the 'case of Paul Peters, who was charged V. _ with murdering John Smart, a Klneo jlfSlQEI) '11171 3f 31 OF guide, brdught In, a YeYdict of man-- slaughter, Saturday -evening, after MAINE, ing out 21-4 hours. The. trial has occupied .tile entire- tne> to leave your old New Haven, vard defeated Tale, Prineton's Paris. Nov. .Spanish peace Nov. 20.-Har- New York, Nov. the 20- Washington, Nov.-20.-Surgeon Gen- ii to 0, round bout between- James ,J. Corbett eral' George H. Sternberg has made his commissioners have been notified" that win 1.1, will cause Harvard to be .accepted as Tuesday night, without any corps during the war. The following joint session, tomorrow afternoon Si S "Ot interference, isjnow al- are the monTimportant features of the Unless the Spaniards have an adequate pion of 1S9S, most a the big contest repbrt: v reason for further delay the twoTom! Itor.vard showed a Stronger ..ffen- only hours hence-.every seenis; The number of .medical officers, 192. missions will join in the most impor- sive ga.mfi thaji against Pennsylvania ia .i__ _ week, the defence being that during a1 Garments' to be remodeled and made same than against Pennsylvania. running'smoothly for as yet wot allowed, by law to" the army, .te' taut meeting thus far held over before the rush row between the men.; in which Smart was somewhat-intoxicated1, Peters' shot i' d! MIGHTIEST Smart'in seft-defence. arc who .do the, in the' corrcsppmlenco. of a natifin. In -this Riiiitii Premier tqu.-.l tr> scores nf t-.ns. The pen- has given placo to The Modern Writer, Tho Smith .Prmmer, tho 'machine typical'of acknowl- edged 'leader ia 1m- CATALOGUE. SMI ni Tm.Wttireil 31 I'Vjntilm Street, W.iStOX, MASS. Is. A Xcw England House tlio largest grinders of pure Mustards in the world i -All work guaranteed. Prices as low as possible, quality hf work considered, j FAIR AND COLDER. They X ueeupuMl two 'i'hi- pha'rst? of Judgr Falser, which was a'clesvriiJtion nf the of hcmiieicie, ;inil a brief ifj the 'evidence, i'hu chargi; occupie.l iuid the jury io-thui v nmni' at .o'clock. ALL THREE BOUND OVER.- Mother Step in Hampdcn Robbery rest ol INN an Wanted at Oakland. Weather, Condilionj and General Forecast. W-asliliifrli m, N'.iv. cold: wave whivh appiviivd. .la'ti- Saturday, over tin- cxtri-iii.' mirUii'i'ii I'fiii'ky has extended eastward ovt.-r Hi' lialintas ami wnithxvanl ,HVIT I'ciloriido. W'S'tcrn KunsAH northern' Xi'W '.McxK'i'i. by snow. Fair v.-oajlu-r ph'i'vitlt in tlie mid- dle Al.Ia'iiti.' and New jlinglaml. stiitcs. Nliinday, with ririhig five clerk hire: ?2.wi for the Ailiry. -Free ilellv- i-ry eilm .In ISJt, anil clerk hire cos i i In spite of (ho rain, saw lite contest. The llc-'ld WHS' ciivei'Od with small lalies and mud.' The Ciin- did1 not affect Hiirvuni'S'play- lilK much, bill Yalu hat'.ly nt umcH.; DurriiiB last'year's 0-0 same, iriii1- 1 v.ird shut out Yale, for.thw .tli'.Ht time Hlnee .IfiTR. tlnuift'll shut out I-larvjird- live times slnc'e, .Itj.XS.' 'Not'. sliif.-c has ii' Kiurie between Ha'r- vnrd and .Yule been won-by 'an In thu'U K'lmt-'s played .since IS! 3; ih- eJudiiiB wui} nine and Harvard two. Ir this iH but- h'an BlVdw .my clovcriicKH range Iliir oitjtoHlti1 ciin lie Cor- Ijcth Aiii'ithnr't'hlni; wjilcli good to-lM .-Hharki'B'B opnti'til. his Icjiiiii'i: w.lKMi.rccl'I.vljig (iiinlnh- iinMit.' 'l.uirliis! lilti lo'ng..wi'i-k.j hard tile siilii'i'vlsion of Tom' smllor 'hart learned to 'govern hliiiwlf In "thls'j'.ix'jipei't'. It la and great things' ;ui of -hjin Hy Ills Jiii .'.No man.could huvi1 Iriillno'd inoi-p carefully than Kharliey' .has first -it-the when It 'hecame nvldent that, the field service" purposes for', latter had iicpii.organized would Jiavc tb give- place to the Imperative need of curing for thpniuiiy sick from thft ruginicntirl camps: limiii.-diately upon Hie ;declaration of April 21, sVep's were taken to ob- tain medical' supplies for thV.new. vol- unteer army. 'J'he manufacture wl til the utmost On ses to Indemnify the United States for the added expense of conquest. Thltv-cmniminiciillnn may not bo for- mally1 designated an an ultimatum, ibut it will lack not of the conclusive-. ness Indicated.by that .word. This will bc'so plain thilt the 'Spanish eommlH- HloncM'B will scarcely liangle. for more moiify on the Urst 'alternative nor cherish any doubt of American action under, the second, should, the first be declined. No one here, except the American May it, foreseeing that II 1m- know how much can -lie Coitbctt to wlnim, posfltile 'to have ready for Issue- to the Spaliiriis the cheapest'-and victory means so '.much. Charley, volunteer reslmeitts as sooal.as they "lift'hiinianu. way of settling the dif- nun- ,4iiu iiui ,LI 11 LWO. ii iniy-. f tinie. Yale h.aa scored, 1ST points to Har- wM, .nns ox-cham- were mustered i AN ATTEMPT At MURDER. John Lee. Rockland., While Drunk. Tries to Shoot His Housekeeper. vard's -17. Harvard last Yale nt Springfield in ISriO by 12 to C. StruJBht. Coot ball, wit bout -f uSos, yestcrdayls victory. ItlonU training, is moi't( and tion.' He saysi his man wast.- never .bolter n, the necessiiry artT- She Is ipment, I; telegraphed-.-Pscap? the Philippine- Nov. J (Farley) I.e............ r.o., Idldy .IJnnaUl, l.t. r.t., Cliamterlaln tlinn.-satisfied clcs. of field equipn....... iirciii-nt condi- the governors of the several states for the sum to offered may be de- in auWiorlty to -use the medical equipment -.tor-mined'by. an analysis of that debt, hha'pe.' tlvan barring, .of ihe National Guard in service; which consists of in'.bonds, accident, shoiild wijii. In thV-state until our army medical' on' Which she realized Of White siiys, enter .the; supplies were reauy. for Issue. Most "le latter amount she Is bellvcd to ilng .weighing-: .oib'out 1S3 were reauy for Issue. Most pounds, of--the-governors who had field equip- have expended some or O'ltmirke said, tonight, that Sharkey's ment responded promptly and satis- lighting the United States Uocklaiid, Nov. Lpe, wt-lffljt' would be Reports factorily. hut unfortunatiely1 many of and a-part In attempting to quell the -n, V- i-'i I.K., llruw'n, .from 'oath sMcs, tonight, were to the lopuetor of the at- l.t., Stllman' effect that ec many the state medical1 departments had no each man is in the best pos- such equdpment. Philippine Insurrection. A reasonable guess at the sum for I! Q J. 1 0 Of Quality and lute Purity of; all their goods. JSoldMsilalflwarleJ in 1890 and 1892. and RcJ Ecttcrs .1 I i I.; bit tied .up for you. I' i 35 centsli They start 1' i at inc.. tigiwiiiigi, purify i blood, and- bntfil up beal 1 Avoid 'imitations offered for f ''iKsmow: Caii'si'ir, 'He.. Nov. a.ml Mary Barker, who were arrested at'Fairli.'kl. Friday, by .rilie-rifL" Hrown of this' city.
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