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Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - December 8, 1904, Kennebec, MaineDaily Kennebec journal i. December a 1904. Meta Bush whatever we to Baksai of Werr Atlon or return to Jet std to Why twelve a jury once More to new York they Are struggling with the difficult problem of selecting 12 men without Bias or prejudice to decide whether fan Pat tenon the actress killed her Lover Ceasar Young the Gambler ast Jane. The trial was began Severa. Weeks atom and after the Proe edition bad presented the larger part of its eve Dence one of the jurors was suddenly so Reg do. Coup. Augusta. Mate. A state without a capital. As the election returns come to from the far West the interesting fact is Learned that in Wyoming the election of a president was by of Means the Only important matter under consideration. It seems that that state contrary to the common opinion outside its Borders has no permanent capital and an attempt was made to select one. Most of us have implicitly believed the statement of the geographies and other books of Cheyenne is the capital of Wyoming and so it is for temporary purposes but not for All time. The wine framers of the Wyoming Constitution decided that while Chey Enne was All right As a temporary Cap ital. It was quite probable that within a few years some Young Metropolis would soon Spring up More deserving the Honor accordingly these prophetic Constitution makers set the year of Grace 1904 As the time when the state should give up boarding and lodging at Cheyenne and move into a permanent Home of its own. According to this provision of the Constitution the vote for the capital was held november 8, and it was n Day of rustling and heart burnings throughout Wyoming. Cheyenne the biggest place in the state wished to be made the Perma nent capital but some half dozen other cities were Active aspirants for the Honor. When the votes were counted it was found that Cheyenne had 733, Lander Casper 3.586 and Rock Springs 417. With 141 votes scattered among other towns. Lander which pushed Cheyenne hard has at present Over 1000 votes to be made the permanent capital and As the Constitution does not provide for a second election the matter is still unsettled. In the meantime Cheyenne remains the temporary capital until the Constitution la amended and Lander Casnet and Rock Springs each has Faith that by the time that is done its claims will be recognized As Superior to those of Cheyenne. Possibly a Compromise will be Mode by which the towns in question will each be made the temporary capital for a term of years. Unless there is some such Compromise it is not unlikely that Wyoming will Al ways be without a permanent seat of government and have a capital elec Tion As w regular source of excitement when Campaign comes around. The government figures for the cot ton crop Are Good news to the Nev England Mill owners who must get their raw material More cheaply in or Der to keep on doing business. The crop will reach a total of almost 13. Bales the largest Ever raised in the South. The ravages of the Boll Weevil were much exaggerated and it is to be hoped that the speculators win be equally unsuccessful in their rav Ages upon the crop. In spite of Descom future at the result of the National election the South has reason to be Happy these times and the whole country rejoices ovei1 the record breaking Cotton crop. Probably King vector Emmanuel of Italy does not pose As a humorist but it in difficult to see Why he selected the order of St. Lazarus As the one to be conferred up 3. Pierpont Morgan in re turn or the latter s interest in italian Art. Lazarus was it poor beggar who gathered up the crumbs from the Rich Man s table and or. Mori an does not figure prominently to that kurd of a role. About More people visited exposition in ism than at tended the big show louts this went for nothing and now they Are attempting of begin All Over again. Such an occurrence to trial which is attracting so much Public attention brings up the question which Jas often been raised before namely Why Laws should not be so amended that in the Case of ill fees or death or unavoidable absence of a juror during a trial the Case May proceed with 11 jurors. In some of the states Maryland for instance such a Law prevails in cases but it does not apply to criminal procedure. The present Rigac require ment of 12 men throughout a trial often works hardship upon the prisoner As in the present instant and of course causes the expense of the trial to be greatly increased. There is no Peculiar sacredness to the number 12, except that it happened to be selected in the common Law countries As the proper number and the Law clings so closely to its old and workout traditions that it is next to impossible to get anything of this kind changed. No right of state or prisoner would a sacrificed if such a trial should continue with 11 jurors instead of 12. It would be a simple matter to Aarend the Laws of the various in this respect and the result be a great saving of time and expense in Many cases but it is almost too much to Hope that such a thing we soon be done. I we have spoken of three Congress Mer elect from the City of Chicago All the age of 30 years but Accord ing to the latest report that has come eastward. It is not one of these but still another Illinois Republican who will have the Honor of being the Man in the next Congress. Congressman elect Rives of an i Lundus Rural District is said to be Ess than 24 years of age. Since the Constitution requires that a member shall Lave attained the of 25, a. Rives will have to hurry some to get inside the limit before the 59th Congress Assem Bles a year hence. There is every indication according to the new York papers tha when the new York legislature meets this whiter to elect a United states senator to succeed senator Depew the number of Maine born men sitting in the upper Branch of Congress will be increased by one. Sex governor Black seems to be the Man slated As or. Depew s Suc Cessor and is undoubtedly splendidly qualified for the High position. He is a Strong Man with a clean ecord and is one of the most eloquent pubic speakers in the United states. Not even Bryan in the face of Parker s overwhelming de eat maintained a More cheerful spirit than has governor Bates of Massachusetts since the landslide which gave Douglas v c tory Over him. His a Ter dinner speeches since the election have bub Bird and sparkled with jokes at his own expense and he has Aow Efi greatly to the esteem in which he is held by the Massachusetts people through the philosophic and cheerful manner in which be took his defeat. The new governor general of Canada has not Salt anything about his ideas on the race suicide Yie Ory but his prophecy that Canada will have a population of to Dve years shows that he is not worrying much about the Canadian fathers and Moth ers. The woman and the rib. Adam gave is rib to make a woman s shape thus the Story s writ there is no Many an Arctic whale witless of the blame. Also gives his rib for to make the same i sorrow not for Man. He gets his Riblet Back but for the poor old whale. Alack my friends alack Orleans times Democrat. The storm Clouds Are gathering thickly Over the Summit of Shiloh. A workshop for every jail in the state is the mandate of the inspectors and the heart of the Hobo is heavy with woe. Anyway the republicans carried andr Scoggin and Knox at the National election by pluralities of 2200 and 700 respectively. The Texas returns show almost As Many republicans in that state As in Maine but not quite so Many to the Square mile. The Houlton band boys Are discouraged and will give up the organization. The Aroostook Metropolis evidently does not appreciate music. Here is a Story told by a Lewiston teacher. She had told the children to bring in stories on special subjects. To one Little Chap she said you Johnny May bring one to with a bit Ter the next morning when Johnny read his Story. It was some thing to this effect. There was a cat and dog was neighbors. The dog used to Chase the cat. One Day the cat run and the dog after her. At last she Clim a Fence and the dog Only Jitter end " the coming meeting of the state Encampment of the grand army of Maine to be mid in Lewiston in february is a topic of interest with the veterans now. The chief topic is who will be the next commander of the department of Maine. Hon. F. O. Beal of Bangor was mentioned before the Encampment last year but he declined to allow his name to be used. It is presumed that the fight will be Between capt. Henry o. Perry of fort pair Fifeld and Frederick s. Walls of Vinalhaven the two unsuccessful candidates of last year. Not Long ago miss Charlotte Thomas one of Portland s Public spirited women was conducting a Public meeting at which there was a Large attendance. It became her duty to introduce a visiting speaker a gentleman. As he begot to talk miss Thomas who is somewhat hard of hearing several times urged him to speak louder and soon the whole Assembly was thrown into convulsions of laughter. The cause of this mirth was the fact that the gentleman was then sounding the praises of miss Thomas herself and every time that she called for him to speak louder it made the situation the More ridiculous it is needless to say that when the facts were made to miss Thomas later that she too appreciated the although somewhat chagrined. Dorothy is a Massachusetts Inland girl aged seven and came to Portland to visit a Little Cousin. One afternoon she was entertained in a trolley ride Over to the Cape with a Promise that she should see the sea which of course was considered a great treat. As the car rolled Over Portland Bridge her attention was called to the water with the remark that it was the sea Al before she had a Good look the car was across the Bridge and again on Terra Florma. Turning around and glancing Back again at the water she Coohey the Aea in t very wide is it then she wan told that it was Only an Arm of the pea and again she responded with where s the pet tag always in the Way. Paradoxical s Steward Flossie Everett. of the Susie Everett. Do. 2nds to Church 4s top floor of a. Tenement state news. Kennebec. North friends and neighbors numbering seventy two greeted or. And mrs. Ralph h. Sawtelle in their new Home Bles confectionery cake Boston Stock Market and Coffee were on Sale f he proceeds Boston dec 7 amounted to Over h0a adventure. F Daniel Rogers has Purchase the Mil Bingham ,7? Chell stand on the Smithfield read. Boston Maine item or and mrs re j Berry of Anson Are Centennial Fri visiting their son Elwyn to Lakhani. a . Blackwell. Dominion Iron jul mrs. George Lawrence of mid teen re Margach setts mining. Get july called on friends in this Vicinity. 93 mrs. Elmer Towne was in Madison a few Days of the past week with her Mother mrs. Hiram Moore who is suffer ing have count the name paper co. Ltd. The principal the ton. And James Beds Ridge of Tori Are also members of the i the capital is r financial lamp. Rev. Hamlin made the presentation speech expressing in a pleasing manner the Good wishes of those present for a Happy and Prosper Ous future which was followed by prayer. Ice Cream and cake were served and a social Ime enjoyed. Or. And mrs. Ernest Sibley and family who have been with mrs. Sib Ley s parents for the past six weeks it Lakeshore have returned Home. Leo. C. Bobbins of Augusta is spending a vacation at his old Home. Or. And mrs. Geo. P. Bowman recently visited relatives in Boston Arthur Smiley passed sunday in Jefferson. Mrs. A. T. Clark returned thurs Day from a week s visit in Augusta. Sumner Marvel of Auburn is visiting at mrs. S. A. Braggs. I mrs. Geo. H. Hamlen is recovering from a Revere of jaundice. Mrs. Frank Abbott is on the sick list. Joseph Durrell and de Brown of Riverside have returned from a Hunt ing trip each bringing two Deer. Or. And mrs. H. A Johnson returned. Thursday from a trip to St. Louis mo., and Southern Pines n. C. Or. And mrs. Frank Sullivan of Farmingdale Are visiting at James Lathrope s. Mrs. F. C. Moore spen. Several Days in Augusta recently the guest of her sister. Miss e. B. Merrill. Or. And mrs. T. A. Barr returned wednesday from Ai trip to Norfolk a. Frank Kelley of Brockton mass., visited his Slater mrs. Arthur Smiley the first of the week. United states of rage of or. And mrs. Frank Welch. Henry Tregerthen having passed several Days with his brother returned Friday to his Home in a defective. Primer wrecks 10-Inch gun and seriously in junes two officers. Newport r. I., dec. Officers were injured today by the premature explosion of a 10-Inch gun at fort Wetherell at Jamestown which guards Newport Harbor and the Entrance Toi Narragansett Bay. The officers were Lieut col. J. H. Willard of tie United states Engineer corps and Lieut. Frank w. Rawlson of the United states coast artillery both having their Eye sight and hearing affected and faces Cut. The explosion blew the parapet away lifted the gun from its Carriage and threw it tack on the Trun unions partly wrecked. Twenty artillery men were thrown to the ground but were not injured. The explosion was due to a defective or hirer. Now York produce Market. New York dec. 7 11.714 exports 2025 sales. 4100 quiet and lower to sell wheat receipts. 48.000, sales 4.400.0w futures spot weak no. 2 red. Nominal elevator no 2 red 118% Fob afloat no. 1 Northern Duluth 122% Fob afloat no 1 hard Manitoba 198 f o b afloat sales. Futures spot spot easy. No. 2, Nomi Nal elevator and 54fce f o a afloat no i 2 White. Yellow no 2 m. L. Reynolds w 11 spend the Winter in Augusta with his sister mrs. Jane Faught on Oak Street. I miss Maud he Welt of Belgraden town recently. The universalist society will hold an entertainment and in Grange Hall monday and tuesday evening dec. 12th and 13th, for Jie Benefit of universalist Church. The program will be announced later. Litchfield . The woman s missionary meeting was held with mrs l. E. , wednes Daje the we Acly grayer meeting will be yield Voitk off a. Foggy saturday even mrs who has Jeen ill is very much unproved b. J. Fish is packing his apples. Revival meetings win be held at the Plains Church a part of next week. Chelsea. I or. John Collins and Arthur Trask left last week for the Woods at Bingham. A. P. Cain of Phenoi Edward Island visited his son James Cain last week. Mrs. T. C Little held Oft Gardiner spent a few Days last week with mrs. J. A. Cain. George Sleeper of san Francisco cat., is vibe tins friends in town. Or. And mrs. Jas can visited friends in China sunday. Somerset. Norridgewock. Pres. Francis statement. Answers sex senator Carter s com ments on recent letter. St. Louis mo., dec. Francis of the world s fair has issued the follow ing statement with reference to former sen. Carter s comments on his statement relative to the letter to maj Pangborn the National commission was never formally notified it is True to appear be fore the committee of five. It was. How Ever repeatedly invited verbally by Ooth judge Bovle and myself to submit to the committee of the Superior jury any charge of irregularities or evidences of frauds in the making of awards by the buries that they might be in Possession of. The verbal invitations were not intended As summonses for not Only did we in Vite them to produce for investigation such cases As they might have knowledge of but they were also asked to come and sit with the committee of the Superior a commissioner general to the world s fair from Germany and lint vice president of the Superior jury of awards has taken Issue with the Contention of the National commission of final jurisdiction in the matter of awards made by that jury. Or. Lewald said "1 fully share the standpoint of pres. Francis of the exposition. In the act of Congress it is stated expressly that the exposition shall be International in character and the rules and regulations state explicitly that the jury Shah be International. In Accord foreign nations have been members of the group jury the department jury the Superior jury and the committee of five. It should therefore be irreconcilable with the International character of the exposition were a corporation of the National committee or the exposition co which Are not International corporations in any Way to interfere with the distribution of the awards. There is no doubt that the Imperial government of Germany would never have permitted Germany s participation in the Competition had there been the slightest possibility that the findings of the International jury could be changed by and corporation that was not an International the experiences of the Bellevue Hospital ambulance surgeons in the unlighted districts skirting East River where it is not Safe even for policemen to venture sometimes have led the hos Pital authorities to equip the instrument bags carried by the surgeons with a tubular electric dark lantern sixteen inches Long and two inches thick weighing about two pounds. It serves equally Well As a lantern and a night stick. Accord ing to the stories of the surgeons when lard Dull refined Dull steady mess. Receipts. 4373. And unchanged receipts 7si3. Firm refined firm. Chicago produce Market. Chicago dec 7 liquidation of enormous lines of wheat today caused a break of almost three cents in the Price of the May delivery the Market closed with a net decline 01 Fias compared with yesterday s Linal Fig ures Corn and provisions Are practically unchanged. The leading futures closed As 2 dec., los a May 110v4 july 9i% 2 dec May 2 dec., 2814. May. July. Mess May 12 to lard Jan May 7 Short 6 66 May. 6 Cash quotations were As follows. 2 Spring no 3, no 2 red. 2, no 2 yellow. 17 2 31 no 2 White no 3 White 2 feeding 38 to Choice. 42649 flax 1. 113 no. 1 a tort Western. Timothy 2 mess a. Short ribs 6.50. Short Clear 0 g.87v_. Receipts shipments. Flour 32200 wheat 126.000 64.700 Corn s70wo Oats 226.joo Rye 11000 9x1 Barlev 186300 creameries dairies 16ss22. At firsts 26 prime firsts. 28 extras 30. 110112. Chicago Catte Market. 1 Chicago dec. 7. Including 1000 westerns Good to prime steers. 6 mixed and butchers. 4300455. Good to Choice Wethers 4.4005.25.________ Boston produce Market. Boston dec 7. Spring Patent new. 98. T but firm no. 2 clipped Mill 20 50 t mixed Cotton seed 50 j and unchanged medium 1550 lard Sii. Choc be whole cattle 1 Ilam but firm Northern 26 Bankers and 16 state Street Rostov new York and Boston bought for Cash or interest allowed on despatches from the financial agencies at our this weal s Market amalgamated Pennsylvania metropol Itan win be hailed foe up or Mali j i latest Market letter now delivery is devoted to Ami Copper United states i steel and the financial situation Fri Call for a copy. Special attrition Given to l accounts. _ i i i .1 j l i investment securities opera Home Block Augusti i trustees a. Manchester Hay or rat cheese very firm York state u j4@ and Holsher fancy Edwin c Burleigh Oeor Sree Macomber h. M. Heath f w. Kinsman Arthur w. Whitney Geo n. Lawrence l. J Crooker. H e. Bowditch Thos j Lynch Frank e Smith John f. Hill w. H. Gannett f. S. Myrnan. Fred g g t. Stevens. Chas. H Byron bold w Scott Hill. Ira John r. Goth Johnny Waycott of Union Street Calais while skating on the Ray Wiea the Union Bridge sunday afternoon skated into an air Hole and was nearly drowned. He Sank twice before his companions managed to Are always willing to take it was no Ohea Evan though nearly incredible. For Twenty years i St flared w the piles sometimes being confined to my bed for Days at a time. Tie Relief received from doctors both in the United were of other had no effect it were paid and were free. At a continual drag i was it for nothing. St. Louis total admissions Are put finally tried Pyramid pile cure first i which were. Paid and Light and airy. Never touched him. I the old Man used at the parlor door on his Way upstairs. Don t forget you Fig he said that the lights in this House Are All out at 10 o r rejoined the Young Man who helping the to hold he sofa Down Coulsn t you make an exception tonight and put pm out an hour Bresn come in and taught me was from the pretty Bueno wrapper. i was Dis honest. Mail clerk in what Way said i was taking some thing that belonged m him. Sleep producers. Mrs. John Here 1s an article stating that sunday papers keep people from Church. Do you believe to or. Why yes. Maria you can go to sleep Over a sunday paper just As quickly m anything else. Infectious. I Haven t seen Harvey of late Haven t you heard who he Baa a fever Don t say not dangerous i Tes. Dangerous to he has the Aoto Mottle writ of election. York Stock features of the Day s in Al the leading Houlton herons and unchanged on basis of bad. 1 new York Cotton Market. New York dec. 7. Spot steady. Middling Uplands 8.00 do. Gulf sales 30 Bales i Galveston steady Charleston quiet. Is Pihet to Orleans interest Juo m the 8ailt i in Savinon department a Termaat r at the a of Tut several cities and selectmen of the several towns in the seventh senatorial a Patriot of comprising the county of Kennebec. In said state whereas a vacancy now in the representation of tin s state tech seventh senatorial District com Prianti the county of Kennebec by the death of Annn night a in Horton r member elect from said District and we Cream the Constitution Laws of a fish Marie provide that whenever vacancies occur la the Senate the governor sanguine speculative element Ike a Bolt from the Clear sky. The fact that run away Bull markets All overran themselves never avails to Lessen the Surprise of the speculators when the fabric crumbles when the time comes that distrust comes to the bulls and they attempt to sell their holdings it develops that the buoyant Rise been due to their own to Yang and. There is nothing left to sustain prices when that ceases. That is probably the True explanation of the jump today which took on fairly Panicky proportions at times. There was a Rise n the Call loan rates late Ray to he highest of the season but this seemed to be a much an effect As a Caunce for the fall m rices. It was not Learned that there receipts for five Days exports to great Britain. 136.274 to France to the continent to Japan 3576 j rate of 4 per per and Meon deposits Renu to Tow months or More. In computed from the first to the each month. All subject to Check or hotly legally from taxes. Burglar Ami Safe bbl to let. New. York Stock Market. Furnished daily by j. J. Quintan a co office Cony House Augusta to. 227-2. Mgr o. A Peckham. 5 3 77 6s.3 68.4 33 6 32.6 b. Smith in assistant Trot j eng hours 9 to 4 Dally except i Satu Gays 9 to u.30 either Siw Alexandra at 80. To the woman who Ever attained Flea i. Age. Or Fleth ago. General idea seems to the to True and moreover All the. World that she is to Good a she to Beautiful. Tat Lii Szachn Getty papers seem to it As a promotion for general Miles from the heed of the United states regular army to the command of the Bay state militia. The 1ft a native of was Sachs Aetta himself and doubtless will be experienced a Relief i had not known Lor Twenty years one Box cared me but nut believing myself cured i bought two More and they Are sch in my Trun c. First cruel. The world should know of pile cure. A i have no words to express e. A. Leonard Neuva Calle de Anton to de As Huerta no. 6, atty co. Pyramid care Rne form of a suppository. Wimch to admitted to be the beat form of treatment for piles it comes in direct Contact with the pain Ful tutors its work quickly ra3" Rampi Exior girl with Burnt Orange Feather said it reminded him of Are old Obj a in us Hubl the strictly private. It seems she Sal that of Juhe girls you know you Shosid love or nothing strange about replied the Young a an in the parlor i new was much for making love in a t real thing. You acted like a foot when w pro said the wife in and requiring them to cause the of their respective cities and Znaj filed therefor to As semble and give their votes for a senator to a i said vacancy therefore you Are hereby directed and required in the name o4 the state 01 Maine to notify and want the inhabitants of your cities and towns aforesaid in the manner in we Len the Law who Are duly qualified to vote for representatives to the legislature of tills state to assemble on the third monday of Decem Ber a. D. 1304, being the nineteenth month to give their in said c. J new Orleans. Much More attention was paid to rumours of the Atti some of the assertion s that combinations had 38.2 _ a. My Cracan Phi i Iii american smelt .ffl.2 .147.6 87.2 Burleig Counselor a at Law. Ever Granite National Street Augusta Williamson notary Burbish. A specially. Abstracts of on Lake a j at the test few Days really a deeply Laid plot which Hau pacing of great capitalists. The Man Ner in which amalgamated capper succumbed to waa the Copper was Tram 7714 at the closing last night to 6sft near the today. The decline in Coal. Colorado fuel i Accawanna and some stocks ran from 4 to _ Cut. It. West 23.4 Erie i. 30fi do. 1st of. M. Ask Louisville Nash Ville Tufi Manhattan my and Yon. The said mayors aldermen did selectmen in end acting the Jana election Ana in making your records and returns of Jame Are hereby do rectum to wily All tie provisions of mating a act fun of m australian ballot Law id my was weak and not far from and6 3 tax Rue Tew Pom. Of Strenfel m the morning session were swept7into the downward current Lvpl find Iti Wlton Siw Khz onus Yie Hueu lit v i inti r if the total Pur Sis a w l nit de states band s were unchanged on Call. New York Money Marcet. New dec 7 mexican to Pac Freo w. Day 0. M. 1. Purinton hours Mote 12 a. A 1 to 6 p. .7fc5 76.s t5.1 75 t. Fest 4s- 5 Pacific mail .44.4 44.4 424 13 p r .1386 1s8.6 336.2 files Gas .110.5 i 107.2 1075 pm and there other remedy just As proof innocence As an a Pitt by Aremd drug co., Marshall. Tor their Hittle Book just the opposite. Opinion. By i Tnp Les to my wife. One thousand nine Hundred four and. Of the i depend _ of the United states of America the ode Hundred Twenty no ilk tit the governor John p. Hill. Byron Boyd Secretary of state. Spa find steel Rock Island 35.1 Southern Pac.65.3 Southern by. An Southern by. Of. Paul .x.173.1 United ref 2s do coup a noted St a leg do Foin t Niton i i Sci Texas Pac. I Nion Pac s. Leather to s leather of. I s steel k -1 of 366 1135 69 6 67.7 67.7 30 34 34.1 66.4 63.2 63.11 36.4 35 35j 96 ki.3 96 174 2 170 7 171 7 751 70.6 713 37 35 2 35 3 1141 1106 111 103 2 101 4 103 31 5 w 2 y 936 w7 "1 23 5 2j 45 g 0 t i. T i Wisp Aprl

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