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   Biddeford Journal (Newspaper) - July 31, 1886, Biddeford, Maine                                The largest and best 2 cent paper in Maine it the DAILY It costs but per delivered by in Biddeford or BIDDEFORD DAILY As an advertising medium the Dally Journal offers SPECIAL ADVANTAGES in point of the character of its and its low 178 WEEKLI ESTABLISHED SATURDAY JULY PEICE TWO Rheumatism It it an established fact that Hoods Sar saparilU hag proven an invaluable remedy In many severe cases of effect ing remarkable cures by its powerful action in correcting the acidity o tbe which is the cause of the and purifying and enriching the vital It it certainly fair fa atsvmt that what Hoods Sarsapuilla has done for others it will do for U you suffer the pains and aches of give this potent remedy a fair A Positive I was troubled very much with rheuma tism in my and I could hardly and was confined to my bed a food deal of tbe Being rec ommended to try Hoods I took four bottles and am perfectly I cheerfully recommend Hoods SarsaparUla u one of the best blood purifiers in the For Twenty Years 1 have been afflicted with Before less I found no but grew I then began taking Hoods and it did me more good than all the other medicine I ever I suffered from what the doctors called muscular took Hoods Sar saparflla and am entirely letter We shall be glad to tree of charge to all who may containing many additional statements of cures by Hoods SarsaparUla Sold by all 1 six for Made only by HOOD IOO Doses One U A I I O HALLo Vegetable Sicilian HAiR The great popularity of this after ita test of many should be an even to the most that It Is really Those who have used HALLS HAIR RENEWER know that It does all that is It causes new growth of hair on bald provided the hair follicles are not which is seldom the case restores natural color to gray or faded hair pre the scalp healthful and clear of dandruff prevents the hair falling off or changing color keeps it lus and causes it to grow long and HALLS HAIR KENEWER produces Its by the healthful Influence of its vegetable which invigorate ana It is not a and is a delightful article lor toilet Con taming no it does not evap orate quickly and dry up the natural leaving the hair harsh and us do other Buckinghams Dye FOR WHISKERS Colors them brown or as and is the best because it is harmless produces a permanent natural color being a single is more con venient of application than any PREPARED BY Sold by all Dealers in ORIENTAL NERVE FOOD But a Healthy an Neither opium nor only the wonderful ex tract of the Jood plant of the An Immediate anil complete restoration for weariness and nervous exhaustion of In or a tenden cy as Indicated by the ORIKJJTAL FOOD lias been used with the roost favorable and the effect lias usually been found almost Imme laTor sale by Druggjsts and the trade gen ING ALLS THE OHIO IDEA Is that the best tobacco is none to good and only the finest leaf carefully cured and prepared is used in the manufacture of HAP PY THOUGHT wave line plug Good chew or Free from sticks and Al ways One trial proves it the See for uLEEFED FINEST SUMATRA II II FILaVER The Best Clear Ever Sold for I Equal to the and in comparably superior to any otber 10 cent cigitr in tbe market Ask for the and and judge for Sold by all Sleeper CURIUMS NEW HAIR 540 Congress where you will find a good assortmeiit of HUMAN HAIR ani all articles usually kept In a hair store and at reasonable COMBINGS picked out and tuade Inlo 25 cents an JUFFH made for 10 cnts and all work warranted to give No rouble to eliow our and all orders by mail promptly attended FOKWARD YOUR OLD CLOTHES By EXPRESS and FOSTERS FOREST CITV DYE HOUSE 13 Preble ESTABLISHED LABGliF la NEW PASSED BY THE SENATE WIT CHANGES REQUIRING CONFERENCE PROBABLE OF THE FO1 TIFICATIOX AXB BAKBOK The Northern Pacific Forfeiture Likel to House Changes the state Commerce of tbe Mo rison Surplus July ii secret confirmed the nomination o George Jenks to be solicitor After nmlciug several important amend the senate passed the joint resolutio for the payment of the surplus upon th public debt by 42 to The amendmeni include one by Senator givin the instead of the secretary ol tbe power to suspend the call bonds when public interest requires Th vote was as follows Ca Cull Dawes Gorma Hoa of Nevada McPhersou Hlddl Spoancr Van Waltfaall and or Butle Harris o Arkansas of Oregon an of The joint resolution as passed ia as fol lows Be it That whenever th surplus or balance in the inclui ing the amount held for redemption o United States shall exceed the sum o f it shall and is hereby mad the duly of the secretary of the treasury t apply such in sums ot not less thai per during the existence of any such surplus or to the pay ment of the interestbearing indebtedness o the United payable at the option o the The surplus or balance herein referred tc shall be the available surplus ascertainet according to the form of statement of th United States treasurer of the assets am liabilities of the treasury of the Umtei States employed on June that no call shall be made under tbe pro visions of the resolution until a sum equa to the call is in the treasury over and above the reserve herein mentioned and pro that the secretary of the treasury in his discretion may have in th treasury over and above the foregoin sums a working balance not exceedinj and whenever in the case of extraordinary emergency not now existing and when because in the opinion o the the public interests shall require he may by written order direct the secretary of the treasury to suspend tbe further call for the payment of such for such period of time as shall be necessary to maintain the public credit unimpaired and that such suspension and the reasons therefor shall be reported to congress within ten days after its next or immedi ately if congress shall be in That for a period of six months after the passage hereof United States trade if not mutilated or shal bs received at their face value in payment of all dues to the United and shall not be again paid out or in any other That the holder of any United States trade dollars during the period on presentation of the same at the office of the treasurer or any assistant treasurer of the United may receive in exchange therefore a like amount and dollar for in standard silver dollars or in subsidiary at the option of their Tho house bill to increase the naval estab lishment was then taken up and a member of the naval expressed his regret that he could not concur with the majority of that The gravest be wouM be committed in tbe expenditure for the completion of the It would be better to sink the money in mid ocean than to lead the country to rely on those which were nofrworth a Tbe amendments agreed and the bill A conference with the house was asked THE Pension Vetoes Sustained Interstate July house re sumed consideration of vetoed pension the first being that granting a month to the widow of The house refused to pass over the presi dents veto the bill granting a pension to Mary The house resumed consideration of the interstate commerce bilL The previous question being the question recurred on tho substitute for the Cullom bill The substitute was agreed to The bill was then 189 to and a conference was Eleven private pension bills were HENNEPIN CANAL The Conferees Agree Upon the Kiver and Harbor Leaders Workingto Defeat July amendment to the niver and harbor bill as agreed upon by the conference increases the amount of the bill making the total amount appropriated by the amended bill A section is added to the amended bill making it unlawful to throw into New York harbor ballast rubbish or other refuse or mill waste of any Tho house conferes on the bill with the exception of Willis of chairman of the committee on rivers and have practically disregarded the spirit of instruction given them by the house and have yielded to the senate con ferees so as to keep in the bill the Hennepin and other canal appropriations and the appropriation for Sandy Bar harbor of They have changed the Hennepin item so that less money will be expen but its recognition of the scheme is as prominent as The Heunepin canal people are now working for the On the otber Randall and Willis are working against say they will either defeat it is the house or have it vetoed by tbe president DELAY IN that Are Ukrlj to Fall for of July present con dition of legislation indicates that congress will not be able to adjourn on ac cording tn Handall aud Allison now agrea that adjournment will be delayed a day or so and there are other leaders of tbe two houses who say that Dnal adjournment cannot take place before the Utter part of next Tbe conference an hard at work on Uts sundry civil appropriation in which there are upward of 200 disputed para graphs involving about Randalls opinion is that the differ ences on this bill will be finally but he is not so sure about an agreement being reached on the fortification bill which the senate increased in round numbers from to The failure of that he will not necessarily delay adjournment or cause an extra The opponents of the river and harbor bill openly predict its failure and it is learned that the fight against this measure in the house will be a stubborn one and may result in filibust The chances for an agreement upon th Northern Pacific land forfeiture bill also grow less CUTTINGS The Prisoner in Moxiuo Described as a Deserter ami NEW July Evening Posts Rochester special says Some of the west ern newspapers havs described the American editor now in prison in as a and have given in detail some of the disgraceful incidents of his A trustworthy compositor long in the em ploy of The PostExpress Printing com pany who knew Cutting well several years substantiates these accounts in every important respect Cutting served in tbe One hundred and fortieth Mobile regi ment during the war and deserted at Louis toward its One of his fav orite amusements was getting married and then procuring wildcat often de sorting his pro tenipore On at least one according to his own admis he had remarried without the formal ity of a lu general Cutting is de scribed as a most disreputable An El Paso dispatch says Preparations for the final trial of Editor Cutting for libel are in progress at El Paso del Al though it was given out several days ago that tbe case bad been transferred to a higher it is believed here that the Mexican authorities never intended to do The rumor was spread merely to gain time and divert The trial will come before tbe same Judge who has from the beginning been with Me the instigator of the whole He is a bitter enemy of the because the latter always treated him with a marked lack of The trial will commence within three days at the furthest Counsel has been assigned to Cutting against his de The lawyer who wasthus assigned is said to be inexperienced aud ignorant Wellinformed Mexicans who are thoroughly conversant with the criminal practice of their say the sentence will be pretty apt to be two years It is not definitely known here whether any demand for Cuttings surrender has been made by the government at If it IMS been it looks as though it had been treated with marked neglect A jreat many papers have lately published articles derogatory to Cuttings 5e published in an El Paso paper a reply to thase in which he takes strong grounds against the Typographical union of he which he has been antagoniz ng for twenty and with the members of which he has had many a personal war in which he frequently came out sec ond best SWORE THEY HADNT A A Cargo off Artless lEunslan Jews Landed In New NEW July hundred or so lussian Hebrews came over in the steerage rf tho State of Georgia on tbe last trip of hat They were the toughest looking ot that has landed at Castle Garden for many a and when thri were examined the they swore that hey hadnt a and didnt have any dea where they were to get They vere sent to Wards island to stay until hey could be sent back to Europe on the same ship that brought them in accordance with tbe pauper immigration A Hebrew aid society took an nterest in their after naking an its officers leclared that tho alleged pauper migrants all had means of either n cash or through connections and friends n this The affidavits of was were made because the migrants thought they were asked how luch they had in order that it might be ound out how much to take away from The immigration commissioners did ot consider these people desirable acquisi ions and searched bard for an excuse for ending them but the Hebrew society ave bonds that they should not become barges on tbe public and the com had to yield and ordered the re ease of the SCENES AT LONG SKETCHES OF WHAT IS TO BE SEEN DURING THE Many Cottages and Girls In SliellSuaped Boss Znde In Bald on Full Of the four great seashore resorts near New York Coney Island is the place for day Ocean Grove and As bury Park the gathering place of those whom other people call poor and Long Branch is the spot where wealthy Hebrews and summer guests from points outside of New York city white Newport is where the blue the real aristocracy of New York city have cottages during the four warm mouths which are called the The chief features of Long Branch are the hotels and cottages and the gambling It is getting tho fashion now for a central dining kitchen and restaurant to be with a limited number of lodging rooms Clustered all around it are so called in ornate and large bouies of These are usually built without kitchens The proper that is to the fashionable to do is to rent or own a cottage near tbe central restaurant and take your meals One feature of Long Branch is that d y excursionists have no show at all Ko merry go with monsters on which no monster bearded women or any of the nickel entertain ments dear to the hearts of chidren ami rustic rovers are Long Branch h so high toned as to be very dull for A driveway runs along the which is not very well kept The fashionable part of Long a other is the west from the West End hotel ending with the Elberon It is not a very great but it thinks it is very BASE Tbe Forfeit a Game to the Nationals by a At Boston 000120 3 SHELL Such a group of hotels and cottages is the with the Fraucklyn where Garfield Such is the the most gorgeously perhaps also one of the most hotels in This establishment belongs to the property of John A limited number of splendidly finished and furuisbeJ cottages are iu this They are remarkable in coloring and Upon the porches of these cottages are to bo seen the chairs made in imitation of the shape of a sea shell that you observe in the They are a foreign fashion borrowed from French watering They are made of cane and and shelter one occupying them from rain and draft East Indian bamboo with a little pocket in them to hold a glas and are also among tbe wood porch It suggests delicious laziness At tbe best of even from Saturday night to Monday there are three women to one man at Long as at all watering 002000 Base Chicago Boston Chicago At At Philadelphia 1031300 Kan 0100000 Base Kansas City Kansas City At New York New 0000100 St 0001000 Base York St Louis Er York St Louis At Portland 1202003 NewburyportO 00200000 2 Base Newburyport Newburyport li At Brockton 0034100 0002100 Base Lawrence Er Lawrence 00100 Base 12 Nationals Er 8 Nationals At the end of seventh because of the refusal of tho home team to send a uiau to the the game broke up in a row and the umpire gave the game to the De troits by a score of 9 to At Staten Metro politans L At Louisville At St Louis PIGEON of July pigeon shooting match for took place at Erbs grounds in this city between William champion wing shot of and William of Tho conditions were London club fift birds and thirty yards After a exciting Graham won by one bin He killed 14 being hit by the secon Mitchell scored by the secon barrel ADRIFT IN A Sufferings of Gloucester ion In a BAGHTOLY A FOURMASTED STEAMER AGROUND AT ROCKAWAY GKEAT DISASTEn AT AIXENTOWN AND Moth Places IVreckvd By the Wind Many Persons Killed or People Crushed by Falling measures for July terrible wind storm has passed over this section of the Allintown and Vaughnsville near were almost wiped oat of Tbe rain poured down in torrents and tbe shrieks of the wounded were There wad absolutely no help to be people fearing almost to It is re ported that but few houses remain standing either of the A number of persoi3 are reported killed and A wrecking party with several physicians has left here for Allentown and with medicine and surgical instru to relieve the unfortunates who are said to be buried in tbe On account of the wires being down the intelligence was not received here until when it was brought by one of the on horse The messenger reported both towns completely He says that a family named consisting of hus wife and two were killed outright by being crushed by the falling of their and bhat three members of the family of Jesse Lazarus were They were struck by a heavy dashing out their A livery stable in which were some fifteen jorses was blown to the ground and all animals At this hour it is impossible to obtain any authentic or defi nite owing to the fact that all communication is cut save by special Intense excitement and a meeting has been called at the may ors office to adopt some means of relief for the illfated IWSEXTRACT THIS IS TEE GENUINE I Our picture trademark around every Befuaa feft For 49 its nealim fame has spread over Europe and Doctors pro scribe All respectable druggists keep mad recommend Thousands of families use and would not be without In fiery Drop Is Worth Weight In Gold I Invaluable for files Sore Inflammation and Hemorrhages of all See that the words PONDS EXTRACT are blown Jn each In cloved in a buffcolored bearlnr oar landscape none other u SaU fOHDS EXTRACT 76 5th Hew A FIGHT FOR he LockedOut Clgarmalcerd Hold a NEW July pro gressive cigar and bunchmakers attended a meeting at Germania assembly rooms in Addresses were made de ouncing the action of the arbitration com littee of district assembly 49 in taking blood money to permit the cigar mauu acturcrs to use the bunching he Progressives were urgeJ to unite with le International Resolutions were doptetl refusing to give up their and xpressing a determination not to return to rork unless they could do so as free men Tbe resolutions also denojnce istrict assembly and ask all open unions join in this morally as well as The secretary of the executive oard of the Progressive union said This is ot a fight against the Knights of f e are all knights and are all fighting cer rules which will compel us to give up ur surrender our liooks nd submit entirely to the will of the This would break up our hich we consider have a right to A MAIL POUCH he Contents Naltl to Have Included What Postmaster Iearson NEW July reference to a reported mail robbery of on the lute between Louis and this Post aster Pearson said I know nothing of it irther than that an ordinary pouch for Louis was delivered to railway mail rvice here last month and has not been eceipted for from The case was re orttid to Washington in due and ire is no one in this city who can give any rther particulars ot the As to the value of the contents of the Pearson said he had no means of He supposed the figures given in le dispatch mnst have been guessed at or To Jieport on the July Senators Ed Morgan and Sauls ury have been designated as a subcom ittee of the senate foreign affairs com ittee to visit the principal New England id other ports during the congressional re to investigate every phase of the nsher es difficulties and complications and report the next BCDE Iff The marriageable young man who is who has plenty of clothes and money to pay his may bo considered to be in Sweet girls nock around They look up to him and adore him when he is there they dream about him and sigh for him when he is He has nothing to do but change bis clothes four times a day and look bored and a little as though be had secret He will be as great a man as a turbaoed Turk in hia own The gambling houses have been men Tbe most splendidly furnished and most renowned one in tbe United States is to make use yet once more of a Long Branch Moss July Ralph Eaton has arrived with two men of the crew of the schooner Mannin of this The two Wilmot Denci and Randolph sailed from here in the about three weeks ago after A week ago ou in the dories on southeast of Georges left their vessel early in the mom The dense fog soon shut in and their vessel was lost to They had but few swallows of and had to hut band Dench had left his oil clothing am jacket aboard the vessel They were minus Dench said the first day he sufferec the most for food and Tho firsl night out he left the oars for about fifteen but without his oil clothing it was very He realized it was death to re main and he about rowing to keep his blood in They rowed constantly and at Satnr day after being without food and water for sixtyeight they were picked up by the schooner Ralph They were treated very and when they arrived they did not show much evi dence of their sufferings and It is called the Pennsylvania Club becauso it is said to have been in tbe first plac for tfce accommodation of rich However that may for tunes made all over the country are lost and the relentless per on them goes to fill Pliil Dalys already bursting He built a Roman Catholic chapel with some of his wealth last as if to pacify tbe Lord a little while getting tbe devils help But somehow people of any denomination do not take kindly to his meeting He lias openly defied the law many and no attempt has ever been made to raid his house till the other It was done then by the aid of a callow young theological student who played amateur He was so awfully set up over it that he burst into the gambling room at the head of some and brandished a revolver and cried in a loud voice I take the credit of This is He was a very meek and lowly young Daly and some of his gentlemen were ar but the plucky old gambler showed fight and succeeded in making confusion enough for the customers to get away under cover of it They were well known New York men who did not want their names in tbe But tbe gambling gow on allee RU all ITHEY HAVE TO BE BLOWN OUT Catiada TF111 Keep Yankee Fishermen Out of Her July minister of marine and George has just returned from the maritime provinces He said the government had just concludes the purchase in New York of the steamer which will be put on the coasl defense early next She will have the same equipments as the six heavy guns and twentyfive He said the Yankee fishermen are daily defying the law and evading the There are miles of coast to and there is much trouble with the sailing owing to cold weather and Fishing schooners sail right away before One thing was if tba Canadian posi tion as to the treaty right was maintained in the trial of the Yankee fisher men would be kept out of Canadian waters even if they had to be blown THE BOYCOTT A GOOD Which Should Not He Dulled By a tot of Kotch NEW July Redpath has been the leader of iho opposition to the concealed boycott upon Ehrets Amtmg others to whom he appealed to use their fluence in removing the boycott was He addressed Powderly as one altogether opposed to In bis Powderly says You are somewhat in error when you say I oppose the boycott I oppose it for same reasons that you I regard it as toe good a too bejbe dulled by botch It should be used only where ac tually and then It was being used for and conse quently it was necessary to call a Powderly agrees with Redpath that the Ehret boycott is and says the Knights of Labor had nothing to do with it TRIED TO KILL HIS FAMILY Jealous Henry Lagae Puts Fly Poison In the July Lague of Holyoke attempted to poison his family Tuesday by putting fly poison on their meat and The family consists of two sons and a they all partook of the poisoned but it was not powerful enough to produce although they were quite The police have been keeping the matter very hoping to catch but he left the and it is thought that he is in Prov R Jealousy of his wife seems to be the motive for I THAT NEW ENGLAND The Curitfitt Connie Followed Three July Returns received from be places visited by the disastrous thunder storm which swept over New England early yesterday morning show several deaths and much damage to The storm was due to a widespread atmospherical disturb ance which was passing at the time down the Lawrence The itorm was confined principally to the eastern because the circumstances favorable for its formation were not perfect until the disturb ance reached New The New England storm proper formed in eastern New York Thursday morning and entered Connecticut about Reach ing tbe Connecticut it one part following the river as far as the Hampshire hills and the other progressing across Con necticut until Narragansett bay was when it started former when near changed its course and speeded rapidly across Massachu setts toward the This portion of the storm reached thi section of the state nearly two hours ahead of ita and wan tbe first downpour that visited Boston Thursday The Connecticut portion of the storm struck Boston shortly before 3 oclock Fri day This was the most disastrous of the and did much damage to property in Brighton and the sections south of The thunder storms blew themselves out at while the Lawrence of which they were a part is now off the Grand of was killed by lightning which entered his John of was killed in His wife and child who were sleeping with him Henry Anthony waajdlled at More than ajdozen buildings were burned and there were many narrow escapes from death by AGROUND AT Dis FourMaated Steamer Halting tress L July A fourmast ed steamer is apparently aground oh Rock away It is impossible at present to earn her Distress signals have been sent up by the vessel It is feared that many other vessels have een driven on to the coast by the fury of ihe Much damage has been done by hurricane to hotels and other buildings all along FOUR DEATHS CURE Headache cad relieve all tho troubles a a liJ3oii3ftateof the Distress eating in the While their Buccuss Uus iu curing SICK 39reeqnaDf Cl prcvealixi y also correct the livcf regulate the Even If ihey careil HEAD tlicy Tronid ba almost uricolcEg to thorn witi xWr from thin tliKtrccsius complaint their goodness flees and thoro once try then will find these Itttlo pilla Talc ia eo ninny ways that they will not be wiT But after all eick head ACHE of qoi gris lives tast hcxela where Our pills it whlto Little Liver Pills ere very email and ty easy to two piUsmokea ri CO The Stor in at Delaware and Cen July most terrific storm ever known in this city struck he town frqm the A perfect ilauket of water fell and the streets were ike a The wind blew with great vio and houses were chimneys torn down and outhouses At is a small village eight miles a house was blown down and two people The loss of life in this so far reported is The damage to pro perty will be many thousands of NOT A HOUSE One Mail Killed by a Falling July most de tructive storm that has visited this vicinity or years has Not a house in the escaped Fred Henkengen was tiled by a falling The loss to rdperty will reach IN CENTRAL OHIO he Storm Ixss Disastrous Than at First July reports from ie storm in Central Ohio state that the fleets ware less disastrous than at first No lives are known to have been but the destruction ot property was Terrific Kain and July terrific wind accompanied by a brief but incred bly heavy rain visited this It is eported that a train of empty freight cars as blown from the Hocking Valley between Delaware and this Many ouses were unroofed and barns o life so far as Drowned at July Beau 10 years fell into the rivsr while fishing and ma HINT TO of Secy Portland Board of The followJDg letter was received last sea son Any one who suffers from mosquito or blck fly bites in the deserves Duriuf a recent punnta and Ssbiiifr tour through Maine I chanced to apply a little Bak ers Great American Specific which I had with me to my hands and face to soothe the stlnjr of mos quitoes nnd and found It to be a perfect antidote any furthur attack from these la sects or from black Others of tbe party tried it with the same and the old experienced KuideswJUi us pronouncedtha Specific the best pro tection against these pests that they had ever oad of Bakers Oreat American the Infallible cure lor all pains internal or cute soreness of and other househol TMfi bavei you desire to advertise In any it will pay you to write us for an State how bow and where For ten cento we will Mad complete directory of American IL Rare iN ccount of HI I have decided to wli tbe restaurant business on Maine street in nut JThe place Is known jlnh I la locality is one of the best I snd th st he snd th slness is well established aad Shall sell at a iberal barfraln at Apply a 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