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Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - January 14, 1902, Kennebec, Maine VOL. XXXIII. AUGUSTA. MAINE. TUESDAY KOKXIXG. JANUARY 14. 1902. NO. 12. The Highest .if f High Grade IUC. The 1 Consumption e[ our two fninnus brands of Cigars i is nearly M 4 This in more than trie total pro- iluctionnf any orhcr five (5) l-'ittoricsin Ncvc Kngkmd. H. TRAISER BOSTON, MASS. largsst Union Cigar Factory In the U.S. D SV E, P. Woodward, Partland, Scathing On ithe Methods Practicec by Rev. F-ink Sandford a't Slhiloh. A FEW NICE d just coming in bloom. ALSO i Declares Tliey Are a (jlrial Menace lo the Christian World. NS Unrivalled cither in quality or sales, and iheKrentest 5c. sraolccon earth. i A j.. r and C On? gallon of Vacuum Oil win go farther and give better nervine than the same quantit of any other oil, and is therefore More Economical Than Cheaper Oils. A thorough test will orova our claimi true. P. J. FEENEY, Manager. Office and Warehouse, !1 Exchange Street, Bangor, Maine. bong Tel. 451-4; febBeodtnatp Your January Investments should Inrlu'lr lihible Annuities, because they're, locked by the strongest il 'iliun 'in thPi world. Hhrewd I i.-rs uf this lo- cality who pliiee.i tliotiminds dol- lars in Knultalile Annuiiies '.tirough the M.-ilnt Amtucy In nn- now; Urawinff n lurm-r rate nf interest': them [ban from any in- vestment. The cmitiil.'filial elutracter of the inye-stment is alse pleasinff' to them. No me'lu-al xamtuatlin. ISBUtd nny any anmnni, or female. Write nr call. F. H. Hazeltoa Co., 93 Exchange St., Portland. Ms. 46 Main St., Bangor. Msiajers for Maine. ocul.atiutp I and man without gooil ln-nith cunnnt lio happy. rrers krrps tiic system in onlor and makes you healthy and happy. Mr., Jan. E. P. YVobdw; rd, pastor of the Si Ad- vent ''hi rrh, preached. SiUM'hi-- evening on dfunlism ;in i claims, purposes, probablt' future c f K. SMndford. Shiloli, Me." Vv. Woodward proposes later imljilish a plmmplik'l witll Hantifor llsm: i Th- c lurch was crowded Inul many tr rough the hour and u half Mr. Woodward was speaking. .Tjist before he. enteied tht. puipjt was jv'iirned by a friend of -Mr. Sandford noi lo speak agiilns: him, and was that his church might fall if he: did. Mr. Woodward said Mr. Hand- ford do-s not leach Immorality, but ,1 high on.er of life. Many of his teach- ings an in accord with Bible dpctrine. He leaches thc second'coming of the Lord, his highest announcement of trutfi is obscured by his false doc- trines. He is a menace to the Christian church i ml a detriment to rel siqim life. II? nii.de the distinct itharge that Mr. Siindforl a hypnotic' nlltfcehce over n'any of his followers ir some de- gree or all. He makes hiis ui.l the rule of the.r life and conduct, acd even when -.ley pass from hi.s direct Influ- ence are still under hs control, a.nd whBe. they say to others, "Don't go there.'; they will seldom tell of their experiei ce while at Shiloh. He i escribed a scene ho saw there. He 'saifl that there was In tie face of every o ie the same dreamy, far-away look, and when the leader of tl.e move- ment crossed Uie platform, it changed to. ;Oiie of fear. It was evident that every one was thinking "The master is here." In his presence tliey did nol venture to speak qV to think freely. He said that a disciple of ifrr. Sand- to a man who spoke iof going t9 Jflie tempie. "Don't do a. If Mr. Steidford hears you singr. you will never be able to leave. Had I] not ?onp there I shouli have had a. tiday: now 1 am homeless." Mr. V'oodward took Upi the special claims made by Mr. skndfcrd. First, lhat in erecting the bulk.ings he has cihtiyeil the command. ''O'.ve no man anythirg." He asserteiil that at vari- ous the movement! has been deep- ly in defct, admitting that Mr. Sandford lias asserted that in (very case this was da; to the failure of some one di- vinely commanded to Bassist in the It i.' declared by Mr. tandfoixt and his followers that has tiehlnc it the direct command of God. and that it Is the only .vork on the globe iaving that ;nitlWitj add t.iat it is thu last manifeHtaljor o" the ol God his chui'ch. j ll is "The Church at th? Liv- intr Got It is claimed thai, the Holy Spirit s the director of the entire I and that meetings are held I fin h0 directs. Mr. Voodward said: ''The only sem- i I'Uijncc of organization thert has ever been le'l the individual member abso- lutely lelpless in the hrtrids of a spirit- j itisplrec leader. The 'constitution is I never to be altered, and Mi Sandford is'the ibsolute master of the situitiort ns long as he lives." I He si id that..Mr. Snnflfort. claims to hai'o direct revelation fironi Jod in ,he I forjm of spoken words. 'ilif nakes the astonishing assertion I i (Continued on page t.) V.'e have .if STANDARD NKW VARIKTIKH. They ale coning now, Lot til! etc. S0n, Watervil e. He. (JeclO.eodlstpp.tf FAIR WEHTHER. IV: Commencing >AY, 330. 26, and continuing until FEB 1, unless all are given away before that date WB WILJU QIVE OUR WhOLE STOCK! OF n, Jan. for NEW Englind: Fair and continued It-old, Tuesday i j Wednesday, partly climdy wartnpr; fresh Westerly winds. THE SCHLtY CASE. i _ No Congressiona Acllor Till President Di- cides on Ihe Appeal. Washington, Jan. M-aryland delegation in Congress Including sena- tors and representatives, today, con- sidered the course to Jbe pursued on the Schley ease and reached a determina- tion that, pending the decision of President Roosevelt on the appeal to be made! by Admiral Sqhiey to the Chief Executive, it would be inadvisable for I the delegation to, urge upon Congress any of the resolutions or bills intro- duced. i The various resolutions and bills; now before Congess were gone over and it was the general sentiment of those present that the delegations would be favorable to any onf of the measures fully vindicate.] Admiral Schley. But for the present, !n view of the ad- miral's placing the matter before Prts- idept Roosevelt, the delegation deemed 11 inexpedient to determine uponi ariy particular measure, to urge the tep before Congress, i j. -1-- Annajpolls, Md., llan. the House of Delegates, j tonight, Delegate Br.iening, Rep., presented a memorial to Congress asking that body to adopt Nthk- report of Admiral Dewey in the ScMey .ars. The Times ought to hesitate be- of the people. Are our publicists mad? ('an they not see the abyss towards vhich they are hounding- the long suf- fering The Times article, which is two col- umns long, says: "These- papers arc not. gutter sheets hut are 'sold everywhere, at the sta- tions of the state railroads, even at Potsdam station, whore thc Emperor -Is constantly truvelins. Ho was finally obliged to personally order ihclr moval. Neither are these papers anony- mous. One of the nicst infamoustDf all. entitled 'The Boer bears on the title pages the names of persons dis- drawn up in'Spanish, .Drench, 'Portiigjes. and English. It TfSK proposed that this amendment should be put-to a vote at men against improper immigration and bring them into closer relation and'bet- ter harmony with the employers of labor. It also would Serve to remove --------------1 the hour ment had passed. It being after 1 o'clock. nt 10 o'clock'anu end at 1.' President Rai- called Martinez's attention to th> 3 S' IS. a gooes including coal, tnd oil heuler.s, round square shapes', new designs lii this, with the latest j ideas in fuel saving. Our plan Is this: AH cash amounts to or over In a single sale at regular prices will be entitled to a present of a stove not to exceed In valu? U of the amount of their pur- chase. I A Sale entitles the customer to any stove valued at not over A J15.00 Sale entitles the customer to any; stove valued at not over A Sale entitles the customer to arty rtove valued at not over And so on proportionally, so a cash pu -chase would entitle the cus- tomer to a present of a Beautiful Nickel and Brass Trimmed Parlor Stove. Not over one present a sing e tjJe. If we do not happen to hnvp a stove worth %of your purchase, you can choose from the nest lower In value. Come ewly as have about 100 left and they'll soon be gone. If you do not Happen to need anything at present. WHY NOT' BUT NOW for the fntwe? To Voung1 couples about to marry, this is a golden opportunity. WE HAVE EVERYTHING FOR THE HCME. the freight. We Rive the Old Rellahrt Blue Trading Stamp. Write our 7 neut. Sons, Makers firte Furniture, Interior Drjpcrka, 1862. MAIINE. Ga., Jan. was informally entertained on the lloo'r of the Cotton JSycnaiiKc. today, for more than an hour. He wns by Gen. W. W. Gordon, a member of llrV Exchange, who Introduced him to the other members present. There, was no sel program. Business was virtually sus- pended until lie hod bowed good bye and departed amid a storm of applauso and bondclapplng Tomorrow, the adir Iral will visit tlifr Georgia Stale-.Industrial College for Col- ored Youth. The students at the college w II hold a reception in honor j of the ad- mlrnl. Wednesday evening, the admiral w II be-the guest of the Knights Templar. It was proposed that he be initiated Into tt3 Myalic Shrine but the arrange' nv-nt has fallen through and he wll! the camel" In Washington. (V fire broke out at noon Monday, on ir e top of the Boston store, dry goods. ovned by W. R Bis sop Co., In lhe center of n business block in fkmth Sa- Hua street, Syracus'.- N. Yj; The fire wis under control at 1.80 o'clock. Much o! the Masonic paraphernalia in the hall was saved by "fie' members of the Order who <'ame to thelscene. The rcof ol thc building- collapsed nfhlle ttey wrre at work, and Albert years ie had seen it. tie thought Some amendment- should be made to it. He asked upon what the bill r i Midi TJUt. qf the hall. Immediately afterwards one reiriUiBat of Blest Cana of Chile, th Chair the session. solution jot the arbitrator been reached. A kneeling thls-afternoon, between! the Mexicans ana South Americans favorable to the com- lasted, several hours and ad survey, etc. Nelson explained that the duties of the survey were principally lhe Investigation of the mineral re- sources of thej United States, but that the bill did not change the scope of the bureau. Nelson paid a glowing tribute to Tel- ler's ability as secretary of the Interior, but Teller, said he was more interested m a decent bill than In his 'own fame and that he would not consent to any provision for the establishment of a mining bureau which would tafe from the interior department any -work In which It is now engaged. Lodge, Mass., sold he did not think citil statistics, should be transferred from the state department Hale and others said they desired time for further consideration and the bill went overi i The Senate passed a resolution by ot Walker Martinez atj today's session Is the del- r. the Introduction of compulsorv nian of arbitration into the conferenc'' was agreed upon, onlyi minor details re-r malnlns to be settled. STILL IN CAPTIVITY. I Hiss Stone Still Unknown to KM Srarchws. technical standpoint, the paper is an ;art production, but. it is difficult to find I which its cultured artists and writers venture to lay before its cultured Ger- man readers. British soldiers are rep- rtsented .as robbing the dead. Mr. Chamberlain's state coach is depicted i as a cart laden with skeletons and i King Edward is shown dead drunk in Ma bedroom, receiving the news of j Cron.ie'g surrender. ie crowning- piece Is a cartoon entitled 'Hero Worship.'. The then Princess of Wales, Queen Victoria and f the Prince of standing with the I young princesses by her side,
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