Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Bangor Daily Whig And Courier Newspaper Archive: February 26, 1896 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Bangor Daily Whig And Courier

Location: Bangor, Maine

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Bangor Daily Whig And Courier (Newspaper) - February 26, 1896, Bangor, Maine                                COMER AINE, WEDNESDAY, FE1BRU Price Three Cents, BROTHERS. THE NEW RULES PROSPECTS POPULAR OVAT IN CONGRE5 ill ElfERY MOTHF.B Should Have It In the House. Explosion of a Magazine ussion of Cubans Resolutions t n l! i Throiigh London IT IS Mike anyDllier j T Liniment com plni tits It wttt cure. Its strong the Uv 'U i-> Uuil any pnni every Inmenesa every- i, iH-v'fil rturtl HUH wululerfuU soothing Auodync. It la the i" 1'nr earache, hcndnche, neck- iiii fm t every nrhf. 1'ur sciildn, tiliugs, tftrnins, sprains, -uxl soie liuiM-lurt. Fur chills, co'igha catarrh. For 4 cukisli. bronchltla, diphtheria, lunus. Fur com-, orbit p. cholera morbus and muu- ,'ilv pnins. ndiralKiu and umpctiltir rheumntlHtn. For cuts. clMltiliiiiis.aU IriilKlIons and Inflammations. For JdiicvH. Ktomnch, use this (treat vital and by lufluimimtluu, to cure which by Dv. A.i'joliiisoti lor his owu practice. Repprt on a Contested Elecj on Some Other Matters of A cramp or a pain, a bruise or sprain, Should make a big combine. To knock you out, put them to rout, JOHNSON'S ANODYNE. ASH1NGTON, Feb. 2ft. iy a modern to reeonsidi oh the Senate passe i ;he li ux tending [or flve yeuri Inning Rulta to annul at not8, was made bv Mr. the time under the tiring next. Monday. y be called up at any tin isequetitly withdrew thi bill now goes to the 'he Cubuu belligerency i i] up aud Mr. Morgi ilrd dny'd speech ID supp  The Weekly Courier" ofler this The Weekly nrs of the were absent and Voor- nilttee were party lines, 1 Ir. Jones, of ng the Democi The licuna argued of such a resolution ;ha rcpi-al1 of tl lich alone gov to bond: hat Act. Mr. Id be to con would leave thout a nibani trouble. I'll' oney Uetlfloera jeuitiers of tli consent to sue herman cou- lassed by (Jjngrens. The silver'men held th uch a re-toluti< ;al of thelexisi .1 ol bon< bonds were it bo the beet thing for would then lofue the ver ns the Billy meat exUting llujnclal ilia The comtnitlee by n pas Sir. Altirich's m r to purchase the resoluilon To report Sherman, ilepublicant dVersely, idversely, ison, lie lion Aldrl .gainst rep irctiase tne lyi Messrs. Harris, to hinds ill I Wallhall, vuda, Populist.. The resuliition by this the treasury of relief in Republicans lie asaured committee, an act being t while the n would oper- ng authority ued, it would ountry, as it oinage of Eil- rough which be cured. ote failed tn o report the vote being: isrs. Morrill, h, 1'latt, all rtiug adverse- White, 'ones, of Ne- vote still re- led up. thol nanimously! tnalns befor e ceaolutloo recom- e i ended by the ooknlikee was advocated- l Neb.b.He and oljaracter of nlttee and contended were ucli that, the I recjnott oft the) elehtlrfly. Itlon. lota le contended could be seg- s and U v7as va tills done contest.: Ho It the count dod. 1C would u! Van Horn iritj? oil lite legal votes I on raej In question t ot fraud, Mr. Tny- matter tlie .pn Srjoycy. lOCLTUUE I 25, 8 P. Lewlsto Me., Feh befo re tho bqjird of registration a retort that] a man had been knockjd dc wi. It appeltred that he was PROVE Aocd.ler throw Ttepuhllcoh 'convohtlo WW, yesustday to cle tlon, ft v. to be free to the eon as well aa in other c the English people that thu Undine of t .its'deep rcjearell68 i moral we" feet. ,Mr. Malet Proves the members were ght if not die result of thel whieli would wittiat .mission in England mm ries; already recognised lecommicsion after going to have great a legal binding ef- Igo said he thought eterniined to make decision partisan tln.t ai the suprouie cnu contest before It an would be supporled locarty conviction liud ami that no uentor concuircr q place, the line labors nd the'most violent irdinj exactly would over any the opinion rendered by such argument as any reasonable mnlter what iulne- t negotiations took wn by president would be adopted as the permanent, li two countries, and oundary benoen the supported by both. Ho early Su The guile three Trail Altai rend xts. nat the as- by Congress resumption irnment now PROF. JORDAN'S SUCCESSOR At State Colleire Experiment Station Will be Pl-of. Woods. flllUDl.ETOWN, (Jpuu., Ftb. 25. C. D. Woods, Weslej an i'80, vice director of Scorers' Agricultural Station, has been elected dean of the agricultural depart- ment of tho Malnelstale College ajtOrono and director of experiment station there. He will take the offlec July 1st. LIKE BANCOR- Blddeford Democi ats Adjourned Their Caucus- EIDDKFORD, Feb. 2B. The Democratic mayoralty caucus adjourned till Thurs- dny without making auy nolnlnatlnn I'he candidacy of, Carlos Heard lias been solicited but he lias asked time to con sider. An Independent movement start ed to-day has end'orseil him. W repo by [ilia totiauco a and TlHiflrc sioay buildi n- und tile b ;iu p( liumeltta A despatch from who is now awaiting death. Inntruc'KB at Kiang-Yln are safely Protected b the Hunan troops, GVElFflURSIORE HOMELESS. Poor People B riven Out at Ho- Flre Tuesday ;pKiCN, N. ,J Feb. 23. in Michael Hollmai at 04 Ad store were compluiely blended north! to tilt ifr owned Mlchne illciiiiR at 5B, 60 and Fill for New Ii were all fitnilicKi Loss gutted WASHI4TCN NEWS. 'Ihe treasury HIIIMUTON, lio-duy WU uerce ComB! llrst ol en on Ule A( Iliull will c iil New Yo 1 ot .st Office u p6al uiliui coming II li'e ilouiic n will eg un apprt itss t over bill ol tlicct ot ucw l been jiuld lu i about S! been "tukei loll Secretarjl wljilch lort, aud SACO'S FINANCES- The Clty'a Debt Shows an Increase SiCO, Feb. 25. The city jtrcasurei' annual .Btatemcnt lo the city gov- ernment shows the footings: City debt Feb. 1, Debt Feb. 1, 1880, increase i -i FINANCIAL Monetary IBW VOKH. Fob. '25. er Duuuv de COIVinflERClAL. Quotations. Money cLsy. Sa4; last nt about tl: us learned hjjre attach i ght'i reaiills ished. For i jared no eflor nivkinn oil L et. 26. The ford Supremo A number of I'rtuie MutciinHio oapcj Ilur Silver, 383i Moxlcun Dolluis, SlorltaB KichanKC- atoaijy fio.lny UlllB; tiovoromenl bt rcallroad llrm. KxproBB ..Uri 4morlr.in EluroBBlIU Jk aiamc...170 Onlral' Paclflo.. IB. OUlo...... ill, Alton...105 proferrod Don. H> "j' 2-l> tlla. Lalio Krlo WOBtB 21> Uke Lonlmlllo NaBh. Ui Mulno Central.... 000 Moxton Central... UK 'LANS, hlngton this Hon. Joseph o W.LShingtou aln assume the he eanvaas of r the Presiden- anley will be a lalrman of the il....... ft SI. 1.. is-'i .177 1I1K 74 X charge all the Loula convan- uat go on with tbBtandlng bis ae he can. Mluli. Oent. Minn. Jt St. L.... preferred...... J.Contrnl....... Northern Paclflo.. preforre-i....... 1H SCO InOouil ......1W WO 0. 8. ill ;oinral 1'aclllc uto 101 nen. A Ulo.'3. latB.J135ilNo. E.... >ld Colony. Onl. Wealnj... 'aolaoMall..... Pallico toaillnl......... Cqcklaland..... Ht. Paul............ Hl.ranUbOmaha.. iiroleirrod....... Sngar.L............117. I'oxaB Pautflo...... u 8. H'Jii woBtorn fusing jn.U nsei dopted by the National Base he League Season Will Open fot All the Clubs April 16. Much Feeling Among Lesser Organizations Over Change of Agreement, 'Re venue .Cutter. '25. A tavorabl ordered by the lions Ittee on tho bill to eon IBS revenue eutter fo antic Tint vea M will be li k. Tim bill haa the n[ ry Carlisle.1 Appropriation Bill. appropriation bill, for ul t aa npreed to 1'oV Oflice CeinmUtee rtaentcd to the prlation of tan the cetimateB, and .he amount carried by rrcnt llaciil year. gold reserve to-day S7S. Ol tho fill.OHO.- i sold so far and all but three mil- percent, of thatdreount In the treasury uarv tjLh, tile date upon NEW YOUK, Beb. 2S. The annual prlng mertliiR of the National Base tall League was brought to a cloac tu- Ifiht. The Bchcdule was given out at n ate hour. The opening day of the eason Is the same icr all Jn the future umpires must Immedi- ately remove from the eume and Held any player fiuilty of improper or inde- cent conduct or language, instead uf ne tlie option of tilling tile offender as heretofore. With regard to coachrrn or players being out .of the bounds of Ihelr positions the umpire shall after tlie Brdt warnlnK flue the ollV.udcr not Ief3 than SO nor more than In of a second violation a line nf will be Inl- loscd and fur a third ollenc'e the umpire inmt positively oider Ihe player Iron] the game ami Held. Forthwith he shill notify the captain that du'lnp the eonllnuanee of the enmc no more will be imposed, but the oflcnd- will snnunary expulsion. This rule, does not apply tn tho captain of either team when lie flmll appeal to Ihe umpire on a question nf interpretation ol Ihe rules. When the umpire orders a player from tin; ciiine lie must Insist that such player be. removed from 'he Held and shall nuspiMid until suen ia obeyed. The minur Icaeue miiKiiales were much lierturbed over ihi: action or the niilioiml body in altering the national agreement in such manner as to Impose new hard- ships on the leaser orfjaniy.ttlnns. Tiu'rtf was much bluer feeling and n meeting was held. It waa decided to postpone aclion uutll March when a meeting will be held at Washington. Ut.der the new national on the aggregate population baHin some of Hie minor lenguea will lie fureed Into lower elaasi-s thai, they are now placed in. In the case of the Allintic I-eague President Crane already paid pro'.cction under Class A. Hv the ti of thu new agreement Ihe Alii League in in Class It i' d'inhlfi the national le.uuuc bas the ol tractlng tlie original conlincl. Tainted Blood PolHOiied my whole system, local troubles bcinfj the origin of my Buffering. My Ihnbs and arms swelled and Boron broko nut My norvons oyntom won nhattcroti nticl I hrlplesa. Mcdlcnl treatment aviillcd noLhinij. I resortud to Mood's Sarsaparilla and it gave mo vitality at once. J jralnod rapidly nnd tho Borcu disappeared. I RtrcnffUi ond waa finally restored lo hralth." Mrw. Ki.BKinnii B. SMITH, P. O. adiircaii, Weat Oranville, Mnaa. iiood's Pills "Good luck" in Cooking lor URUTIERABLE mISERY. in simply 111-CllK'Ul. ulwiiys havc liillK- It lllCHSllri' Ill fully. It's ii 's lir tlli cl luck" nusr th j n our 51 f'llj ]1 :ind inai-ki'tl lo tlir ipiiirlcr. lialf HIM! raii'l Il P. unnii'ii SMV lli Ifii lu ill-'in H. CO. r59 MAIN STREET Walk III and look around." rarhsle bids lor there had been withdrawn from treasury of gold, of withdrawn for lor domestic uic .RDS ELATED ureofthe ns Mon Shadowed. Feb. 25. While Minis- ome declined to-day to e BCTmuda'B sliiziire, i t llii! authorities lore importance to las :ban anytliina aceom t.leafli a month they liav .to circumvent. the de pkrture of IUJbuBteriuK ixpeditlona o tteehipmcnt 1- "1" AriuoniaiiH Dyinff rroiu C uiul KxUatiKtloii by Hio hi-nrs lhat I arnn to Cuba. Evtry BOSTON, fell. 23. The New Kngland Armruiau Uellef CommilU.'.j has received Ulo following from thu trrtisurer ufihu Anglo-American Uellef Conmiillcr, Con- Btaniinople: AnibiiBSfidor tiiere is great misery and sn-k the re.luge.ort at, especially   One, 2.15H2.7 8OOTI1KBN UYE xulot; ateadv; 2.40S2.85. lull; steady. active; 0000; exporui No. 20085; Itpu, atoro Etnrbance ann when oili- e him he fell in a FATAL. t In Lewiston. acve anil elevator. 808 Ji; aflbat. toll, No. 1 Northern, ,_ 18650; 2MO; sales 17- 000; dull; flrm; No. olovator 000; ..10. 74000; oo; hit No. fairly active; st 
                            

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication