Bangor Daily Whig and Courier from Bangor, Maine on March 11, 1890 · Page 2
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- I'.iJTi c. A, BOVTKUiB. mamm \ Umr* *0«M M «llUMHrt to Bon forQov«r*o^ In,...,. . . DemoKmt* polhtd 1M Wte« *pd to* Bf- pubiuu* W9, fhowlDft tfc»t'lt contained a i . _. . very larn KepftbDeui majority. In tbe BoJ a u . U ?^TS«S.S!«So^^ ^--rtbeVv ot th. rifetlon the : n T i-i"^-i--i -tll-niH . . H H . . . . . I -frflnrr- fJBUl^J "PP^^ IhiwMfcaj )«il«a of -- . . . . r-- ejection were fDrofvly neetol and t w o ___ , Democrats appointed tn tSetr ttead, dem* -- oattnUag that BwpartlnaiofiMr.-BrecE:- II, I89O. iaridgelMdooaepInd before ateodnn day 1 ·. ·; ' i K prevent a fair rotors. Bat UM Repob- ' ' 1 . ' · . . : ' Haul lupervuwr. o f aleatlon, ft/bo HfH*-' ' '·· '" THF ' Fl rrTMtH . *TMted TM *e*»al mlnorlcr; could not i ' . ... ;: 1TM* CLEwllUn, bacotrldof, tat be omtnlU watched , ; We pnblWi dfewMra tbe detailed re- ^"boxes d»rl«« the day. wsfa be was i »L ' VTI , , , . ,_, , ,. j rtt " watching tnt boxea at nlflbt, willing : tnrftt of tt» election in tbli city Monday, fortbecoaat !· fcegtn, to* four martsd i rhe.dwrzlB is · very* narrow but It fr Wen wltb drawn revolvers aarne and took intal ni tbe i ttttnu (aotnrer'a Kurtn- , , . ) , M ,,,, +·« ·«* IMHK. MM 'TUCaOAY, 'O LET. Y5? zle Lumber Co. Witt I j Hi*. margin is. ' veryj narrow but, ft la ieoonjrtk. ·': Tie figures fell their own glory. of thenox sod named It sway. A COGttGBt BEATEN TO DSiTa, If odd re then foes|ou to tell now ^^ : . -- [ * ^ WUfxWll P^^-Stta IV 1*J*11*+ Tbe full Bepnblloan vtte did not come out .Judge IfoClure then goeslou U tell how ,aadtIteIeiaocratBwoited«teyhaveKel-* 2?;., T *V S ^?'TM1 B '* £^?'S? Dt '"jar «* 1 ~ _· .. _.- j-«|«««* little Itoot, was Mot to. this precfnutln before.; The total vote was Mnvemher to investigate tte matter. In thus ^JS^irf da one fcss ever i - . Jffle was met at tbeT. raiiroaki station' by a crate pot'forth lew eflbr? than junal tbxt mob, which amautted and Nat him so tbat J . ' . - tijlttlati fv^mt. *1u Uffiuh*** t«d1.1i~i u~«1^...~ . year, ia' nette* connajiscn ian be made win. the! previous yeara. In 1888 tfie total vote was 8,101. and m 188T, 3,033, thus- "JS^vrSFr;,. nf-Jg ·,,.' 1 - ; - - - i ' · Charles YVaW, th J]te.publlcat» supervisor w^ytiurafalltngoff «ilati«ut30Q votes(11 who gave teattmohy as to tEe imaling of if whJcb came from tba ifcpnoltam col- ^^VuroortSr^^^ertito^' . num. Mr. Blake'a majority brer He. White Cljfiton'satwrMrV'tsiott tbiTnScieaf 4?J TM» CTent y-o 0 eindbV n .jor^.«^ all ^Kffffwt'SS? ?%S wai fojur. The result does not indl- i**Te up tbe fob. Mr.; Clayto a, before hie THE jG^H KODAK WANTED. AT MARSTON NO. 3 »TAT« ·TRHT. tag well, for one thin j Krn B O T S Rough. C1IBK BAJfSOB BqvaB. 19 West Market Square. E. J, DAVIS CO. I, .,' : :' . ICB^PRTVTT m/mi ONE WICHT ONLY! AOIbl'iClVlLiEJGB Saturday, March 15th. " ~ " J -"-HI'«'«L««»tOlfe)rln K , i in THE PEMBEBTOHS. A FOUR-ACT BY HCHftY OUY KISS BDaALL I, tw --. for s hlm at tbat pntdnct, when thebolls.'' \ ' ·'· · ' - " · ' the t"fa»'o *ne' teaamony ,was r _ .; arrested by bis deiUi. Before CJaiton Aiwe;said above pK;ftaTein Is flarrow,' weatto PlnnmerfftJUe to' talM twttlniiny bot^fr.Blate fe elected. Henowbastba '"'"iTM '» JodKe,ii,cCIure'*tbn3cB talking , iJITu^ 1,1 I ' · TM"n with tbat gendemec-on tbe subject; when lutnre bsfore him and '«^ti give the people a former cuaaiy )od jeiof -CoibWiy county, ' · Into, tbe room. Aner! [talking for Awhile on other subjects, tbh man altedi : Cuyton We believe that he will ^°.L?*..^ 8 *°^ le "^ H£ **^'~TMF. and 'gSBtTM waraed bloi not to eo wjfrout a tfoard or ..JSf he-tvonId-be killed. : j . ? · TO(^£' ^ROfO^SrJtONS PQJC SETTLUUCif r. ' NenrYi Joiige Mcdure tbtnl iecotinbj how J. 'H. CobhJnezcame to hMLoffiee aiter arrests PH..TM had Ueen made for staling tub! botx And StSKm offered, If tbe prosecution, wab Witncrawn; *"TM * that me election ofBe^ri wonld swear to Dfm H.^irwi.i.h. r_ .t._ .. ^ i- · _A _. i ^., ^^ pikva] and leave nodotbt as to his'ma' poraqr next "year. do fa. Tbe opportaoitytis a golden, one be woo Id- 'be iffied." and'ff we are not greatly pilstaken the · af- fal,-sof tbeelty.wiH rec^ve thatcareful attebtldn hat will, couimaqd tbe cordial sat port and indorsement of the people. _' · . ^ · r · ' · wu*v IM»Q vicwwu VUILCIB nar-LMiiq· The Repnolicans parrs' lour of the seven 900 ma[orlty to. the afeitact for :. '. J § · , i i V..J±U^ v«..^A u _^ j ,T.'j .£ . - i waida.: In[ the .past two ^eleetioos Hiey have secured an Aldernjai-. in Ward Two, cratfa and;this year retu-ijis to the fold! The' City Council will therefore stand as follc/ws: Board of Aldernien,*. Bepobll- cans,.3f Demoeratj; C(Mnm]on Council,' 13 Heptthl[can|, 9 Democrats. [ ; " . ' " ' · {.'' "W«iU-Iton« Atwii'stB,, ,*Wttstogft*e'Mayor lape a re-eleetton imjrttoTM e'SentaSK'o J Mortday by a"niBJority of Ml and elected tl" at the preclnrft where a sol^ReiMihllcan City Govern aeot. Last' ""~'"~ ""'" ~~ " \4i. to · tt * J wltbdrawiilOif th* 4tder of ,uuu :reward for the] copvietipo; of tbe "^who stole tbe box. JTbeJaJge wonld "u^P^J" Jh ^ tl 'Gflblenlz, afw-rward iM that tbe party Sor wbom heStas 3peab- « wer* not satielled- because tbVrewjird - aot withdrawto. : Tt»t . lajtoo wasosassnaWiI. n Judge ItcOlnre «I el Saigor C o--ing S-ore. MEYER W. E.TERTA1 AN«OCIAB.E larch 12, "Bleu , ··' BIDBEPOHD, March 10 *3ccltement here over the io Second Conceit. :LL " K!fl l! L l rt 5 **?* Y "**· ^ SXISZ-S · STITS, Thursday Evening, ; AT f Of "Bat a few left. Over 3501 , U| whose'rigbf to · ttoped and the Bberlfs are" t^o sherii's · · BMxna. i ' Aoani^BiPMM. .L. CttlBlklPh oi«.;s OK tlHj* xr?^ m val ^^ CblCfl^c Alt was .. . ,» . (Dq oaoie Ctda,n£«' ^^^^^^^f^^s: MEYER M. LCVY, Pro-i,,^ * KEI OlSKEAC B .OCK. JSS^^SSSsa.SSS^a.i -fwwties ^.S^FSr^J^^S E.*-*5fis» torfliaMdttreffl 8TOKB * WSi^TivfSEFSffR:^*]TM .-j ^T^»I.:L' n-j^.- Ur J^fV,lkU.Jk 'j; JtTl ^Jr. ASA MOETOH/ KWttAWAw.- cr i wd Jtbe d ' w^rd Dcp nt y Urttia d P. Stacapol tbecf wd iM^l prisoner, afocbpol Coqtr*)to + . Sopnwo^ · D*rttyne. Tflnor. " --" ·"»·"· «mi* u-n vioiiD, of 4 special officer vrhp oocsnren Cvntcft*' · Conductor. fl We arrwt.of tbe. sierffls U Q( J W later so'uie-noliTM ^% l wE s S a| Msags .isk : rgJSJS^B!*,*^' '*«·««^££ t awJi; atthesfore -ujobJ ATM n i.TM]i.t BOMTT meniiKi., · "JTM "· eeneral rji . . ] · ii -. i - ISW--Thes Voibs hbidlnjc'natural,: more Strike *n Out. e; that tbe ttird time never ,,," vnferroil UlB. Onnnilb,,, ». *»· ; · CTBIBTIVa ** j *.*! -1 il "riumph^ FOR SALE tn three 1 different elections, 'and has toiled r , f.-^.j.ttie. United ^TM«=trM l mi»isorwas excluded, ioo the erection carried on tn rtw nsnal Debjocriidii T^ay fn the donth. The InEtary ^,no wIS* emplojed there toavw*r^itnes»ej!iwben ThenextOme tbe Demoora^cpartyfinds Itself without a candidate wedbnoc be- 4J" lleve ttat It will tie able to ecu* Mr.-Wbite to all tbe' gap.' . ' ; . Conrt that they voted tor Jin ^ precuiot. ' - ' I Serious ,,_ The £iddeford Democrats s-HI doubtless . realize. - · . In Another preolnnt tfte United, Stites was threaten id with death If he ^n- T "r"-"^»- -_~~-*_T« n i l not leave. Araannfmedli -eotfbim got'a , Democrat Is a terror, but this S 6 ^" io th ^ United States Joqrtl 'and job is ,too. big for him. Jndre'Webb of \" ne .'" as P*'d by thechalirmf --· -the United. States Court, deeiied that'tbe IfcSiSt .°°TM?" l ! ee llr Mr - \ BMdeford Municipal 'Conrt »ks not com- , ,.!«BiBiK C iEjiO(mAr-c iocitiTM petent to ' naturall=e -forelijners and a Jnjge MijCltire recites thfltitntTo United States Alarahat was sent to Bldde- tn rtiatprednctbadtlnree AlWol wbl£bv ·~vanr"~uii · ford to arrest-violators of tbf : law whose a ' the P°. lli 'K place, and -were diunk, ff e »««*% KJ votes were challenged. Tie' Marshal/- tbefEe blira* rfeturn baJTbeen totfotot -S*S»= *a» tion hotise; : There was great! excitement *j£? ro * 'W'fri fl« 'leuiocatic eJer" and tbe jtfqnder-iu tbat no one : was serions- *%??* J*5^*? to "I* 8 " "*4 Polfkor tt. » mi^.: *H. T,.--^rr^r^r- Sisas?a^«""**«sfc or '3 'S-:": A ReadTtfbb! and Lamson art Huttard's B. B. ! THAHEHEB, i »8 Rxckauga street In alt the newest shapes. ;v-ES ttave seen our id rie, 3$B \SQ^, Clark's Block. · · i | · -- -- "~. ^^ **"v TTd-a 4V4 ILTUrJi^- V Inipred. j The Democrats carried the election,! but tbey will find- th adoption of SouUwrn i methods an espetiaveWnerl- ment.' s ^ ! ' · ^ _ .tiiiwr.' OHroSfJ[' 2S*Sftf 1 '*^ Martiot,, ~"~ ri-*,x~r- p ""TM*~TM"^iimiuo'ekctiiii · wSfSS^^J*"^ TM«r«*wdff. ' '. . iW^l^TM'^""^^"^*^^ it5Stfer?f- l'.S(Fw-'TM»^ ; s.. i.. In the town of IWjmjat, in* V ££rrtT , 89.'@4bxJWr " epo wbo , of 1 T-5ST; i .* te * 1 *" 1 at S 1 ^ precncts ^dieted for not opttg 'te bolts, ^*t Poultry - It will-poi do-to show a Democrat a ° n -R£^isi"y-- ! " - ! ; · rooster for some time to £ome.- The oonl. RjnT^?P.TMlte's official mijorltrtr waB:»u:y : trye.blbltlon^the^TM^^^ ^^^^^SS^SS^ me raised *he hopes of the Iithf.,1 to a h . a * jamajoritv of wVerS hnnK'ln tie bfgh pltot,. but wtaen tbe reaction came " ISU !* C ' ^" TM* previonstoutestfor rv- tbey were not only dlsapnolntW hat an JL 5^.^ TMSi lUatr . tct Worv^oodJ the Raich r^to,ad. ; ^^dWp.trt fe^Sd^^fcg^ ·JMIwhb tjeolarlnfe tbe'result hidonbt/bnc .»|M«*';^^rJr5? 3Srt53ST^ on tbestreneth nr tho «.«»., il .L-J -I.. 1 . -·"*··"": - " '·- -'-! - · s - - · ,,,,«, ^ ; - ·* "~ j« "f.uuuuc, Due .r:i~T -"""TM- returns, snowiagthat 4ila on t^ strength or the figures ii had'h or- ^^^^n^"^TM" 0 "^^ · This wa1\ _-_.__._.. . . . . , ^ i^e^r t 3 n dtei nI a^ e ^^g B - -- _.__,,,. « t Luc iu^ are9 M U(W Btlr _ riedJysecdredaeabootthetinie 1 tbe polls closed,--'-*-·· -- · · - ' - forv: jo. -:at : the. second trial.'. There was : W^l^txjtes.il · 1 , .-r-----^M. iKj»|* , iU-CriJ lyjfjj u« aw Democracy nntll,: ; som.e 'ooe · """'nnd locked atl^E W^iobulle- = 'ures gave 3ir.; Blake a major^ol-toJr. overall. ThTM they decided to-Iteeo their" '' -' TM«ii««ii coats on for a|tlme bnt some of Ue m stl [i l^,,,^ 1 ^^ VJU had faith Io the! CwHBBriaP, agrw and 'C*iOCJOLA.TE. were not utterly catt down antll the of- ' ! ' ' """'" ncial annonncemenB f£ Ink goes, TM . - * ^DinQtbi bas been a» light of -onr workmen on fVo.td "~*TMT' ^WJewdry.Juatto S^*"* 0 «ve then a phanoe *° 1 *' ; W catch up with y**" 1 orders. We Sow nropoM to iJe. Jove tbebautiel lor a . while and Jou tbtf p^bKc'e memorr a 1 .little to the fact IQ^ «hey ire atll|. at ttte IprBjaredjto' 1 labor In their · C»D be uized I hi · DBD- , , Will WltttHI moat . ezactlnr of tastes. If tm e y f.,| ever we Q^,. a |j er · $ /·?:-: ^"Yi.jiiya Bones,Stocks, Valuable Pepers I ' i L '· ' - '--!-'·' ' " . f · · " . ' or Safe woiiae ana Farm I.Mta, Qietnbu the mMOMO, [Be on Lti f$* Bflftd;^. .. rF.VIVB* r . f r'? ' n '* ur 8w r 8lar Prwof Cheat*. 'n»iv^bu-.in;»Mlkeiltt)a« l and nSnV niehing 'the te .' 0ra r" 1 * «« «»elj» e puty tliitcd: Swl thai aMpofa, or BMd^rd, M^ ·W Porter, oljforth Be, wick; a ,J ^P-typertii R olne0i . r BHdetJ olw=onn were ' · k , ' 1 . ' -Ar««^,:mith, utWarlgli ; : , B . .At.nBon.atlBitenge,, roter is61tai st of Spo?i:i1 « iberlHs- in'wa^d 7 this 'morning. 1 ' QH"ba^.' , ! re-soon r situatiDn siuteinoon- Considfralilc, , ment Lrcvdlljat the ward rjoopis but »fa"iiotoua nature. Deputy Slifriili was.a^rested this arrenooii. 'Dis:'^ the ffiddeford police 'etattoo. "n« Sherlffj Parker, or Nortb Berivictt been r»:i s to s o]rod,',Hc says he wa lured Literaaily by ' ' , ; icy: H-u'shed bit intotbc J*aHooi";\ rested late IQ (be arfernoon tor ftr--'" prisoner from a kheriffhave been ·«.·« OD aeeount'of dejfectivo warrants. 'Ifuiier. .Oua-laynuits wj]rgrow oot ol the nr'nstf. , .Thesjeriffs uiidpr arrest all.laty.nly will-bring action against thi "politeoniiers for fatsa imprisonment." ' No. 7 K -Ties 1 i t£B«nds,8toaks, MERRILL, Bankers, uskeag Block, * . OLIB _, Indian JCljite,' bumb..Balls, .ana all avmnastic s w i H a}on ff Jl(.^ D ^ ra ri yor . s vote lre iibeaoXfo five wards, lie otben two wi is · thedefe'atedhi 3* p.] , more arrtfets -bavbeeo madei orate lead:jn six, Wsr^s^uia tbu 'ward is n douW). TLe [probably -aptureit. A big vote b.ss" ^^a'^a'Tarbol-from" Sheriff'jatlTj at the Bidi elord polite station, ·'.( ~ ! \ Imaan over the close vote it would not have been so exasperate, but to be urged r to eo U) their shirt sleeves tm - a , eg . - heQ ^ ^second trtal^HI take^ace, was Wo-.mncb Industry and Esnoitf a* Wain Street^ -· ' i "· V*i i|tiq.s? '7^ «-*?»"; jij^. j^ V^^^^TO'ei . "» d*w , " T ~ r TM. * ··' IF I /;· Tli«tAynmBiiita^rBt.cla3B .'- , ·^··"·^··^ , ' BREAKFAST, . : : ' * ^ " ^ " ' W J| * j ' . ' - . - .·* ,' : » ·»;. _./!' .. i. , · HEAKFA^T, *"*' J0 ?f ll -TMntWite!l at UHUIimltairg Kill all roosters on sight hereafter.! TM ; JbL U *P 3H91.UTS A ~" " No ^,?7 Maln «^et, . .. ' T _! £ " --Ifwu J.M ^HWJClin] 4] , »jTM*ovoi t ;eoianitt(TMlot cMaestKni ai*~no ' · ' BF H----^^--TM«^ dtrtoravbliu. jrttK(ie *« ksten of dint thtTM " - ' 6DUt.ttp mMI ! _{^is»trwjHjs* j yssisaa i '** ^«c- 73 k^. r"f P» OTOCRAI^HERL i _r*lS4. t ' BANeOB. MWPAwlT .. Bangoif, Me. L_- ^_^--^TM I ' · · ^TM · r IT.*!! Tj LECT*|C BELT . . a o p w . The Houfe Commtitee on J e i u p the case ; |B ln «*« . - . . ^ Scallopa. - · u investl«irte til * MeClore ' *S, ^ ^ __ W T, UVEUIII, JJVIICT IB. Uw Ctecficot lotnalLife l^raQCE C}. N.FAIRBAI ".Cf, : M Buiu aiicks: 7T' · v: and , Ancttie B^nch · amctn . , ·· ·*-*: I '«'«I« SONS, ^roiluuiOi(iGOR$,s.iiK. Tt|e will 8*Uira« IN LAKOJR CLUSTERS.; Florida, Qragea inveatijate tfte «», Mr. C.E. BreoWnrlifte, the «l to the to the n. C.A.AVERILL 4CO., the Finest bin tbe . C. QDIKflY A 00, EaM« 4g^t. · 8PRiNCA«Mio«ii t i£ S L.I Wi! tti-aunin AND FOWL, '."S. _ t · ^-»» CTATKI. *ll. r^*"TM*^^ *fcCh«« ««t ^^.Ts^fiurrrS ^-^-Oa^^r^JtiVS! 1 ~V?L ··rp»^ ?.1I01EBVJ*; Sugar w« ii-i-Axji^i^.. iNEWSPAPERt --ioeof thepoll:,; -.jecoows: was the most remartable one ! ta.-Blddefwd-s bistpryjand everjbod/ wonders that the trouble did not end mof; striotirij..- At.oac time when sfecriKsaoU Special poliuemon wire causing anc abotli- | ·w's Btrest. aod - tW streets sni pbllini; 1 . places were crowdtjd by* ho^UQg mot ' i many ^itliios prodiuwd that the nilliib would hav*6ooe!nited out before: nignt : to quell th« dlfturbuW. · Eat ;Le ftlorifl.i! who Vierelorfmost-in-arresOn^tneilial-' ' leoifttd vote-sand the policemen wliocon- ducted the attacks on 'ihe-sbwifri Wrest) : sp.eedii^ · ' ' . ' . j j i':| 'T. ,.: L j" 0 ** 1811 ^toni-olUBSIatltBi" 1 !- 1 I ' : that jfei^ remained (.. cohtinne t'hel-ipiV' " gramtHe.oapp,d«u^b'y ihe oppihagptt- ' Mee. T|M sheriffs were all Kcpjblitaps · \" deputized for.tc-day nnd ordered ic-rem.-i(a ! ' I on dMty!fo ife yard rooms and tu ar.rest !; all ..whose votes were obaltehgcd. Tli'e i . piillue were ill Democritts ptauei at jilic i ' . polls to pn servo order nod to o'ppcse any . j attempt^ on tlie part of His sfterituitriprt-' , i j vent from v« Ling 'tiioie who held 1 '' 1 defevtlv^ namralizicion pHfierj iss tbeMunloipa, Court. Four such vmtra were arrestejl by the sheriffs an^d Weetber; vftli one uidzen charged with-"asianjt n£ : an United States offlotr, und tw« dtteses ciWKed wfih releasing 1 a prlsonar troni the Hieriia. fheywere confloec!'sevtri) j h o u r a l o tbe S,«co juiL ",ton^ tlw oilier band tbe. , · · . i - : · nne Deputy Ujilfcd States Marsha , three Deputy gberlUa and one. citizen The , s-hfriirapftsQcers^erjau released irom .; I^hed by, twopromtDent DemocrotE Tlie -i nennty Unlte«t Slates MkrshaJ snd. ! .t«o- Deputy SheriOs w^re releHSed from tbe,' Biddeford po.ke station «a\bail furnished" by prnmtneni Jtopnblicans'.:' Depoty/ Shtrlnparke,-, otilarthBeiUicfc, was ar- r»l|[o«Hn the Elddeford Mu()ldpal Court) on thurnarKe'or assaulting city Mtrshil at the trial rmbrr»w. Heariijgs c|f other arrested parties Uili a]st be heard (o-muf- ro*. The DemOvrata celebrated tin tio^ P l/IUniii t--. _ _ ,, ' tor y b r n puWiPn4etinK«Clty'Hall to- UtIIIMLL SON, ·*·- ,,._, .,, BH ^ ; Tbe tollowlng' Is the rcault of the dec- tkm; Staples, Democrat, 1,913; Lord, Bipubllcan, 8B7. , ' , ' Tke Danocrati oirrled every ward. Hie . ·wb party fell oft M E'WSPAPE'S I End;'!; -

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