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Bangor Daily Whig And Courier (Newspaper) - September 3, 1879, Bangor, Maine s tt June Ton seventh day solvency ency for Mid state of said to bean Debtor dxy of bat tbe and to him d transfer of by law that id to more of lioom IQ A t above Conn of In- A e third tlay ol waa CD cy or estate of of Jer Uie sty o o be insolvent and ir of on o lost be computed the delivery oog Dg to taid 1 lie m r oil tors of said one or Ic feld A ta i ic Probate lie Mh day 01 it r 1117 theriff for tc July Term of is i her of County of ministration of i ran ted to Syl 1 give public no- caueing a copy Mily a in Bailor o a pear at inly 10 be beW j on the of the any they Dare DOC RET Register ate July Term yman hosband Abigail tie the of Dw Bradford give public a copy of eti three Whig wjd IB a Court ol che Probate Of 10 forenoon ww by the ted the widow of his wing named ALLY AKi ME WEDNESDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 3 1879 N GO K audi PUBLISHED -t 4 BURR A ir 00 for six months Invariably in advance THE BANGOR WEEKLY IS fl BUSHED Of tho DAILY Two rs ear AGENCIES M A Co 10 ID I j I ark Itow New York are for A U v and Subscript tons lur IL Mr FS Nft 6 St P Co 41 York T O 253 Washington street II nut F DODU Agent Boston t K Agent 41 Tart How Now York i P affix unc wb I pots DeWIIT 1101 Tbe Proprietors formerly of the Franklin House Danger having term of rears ETC now prepared to entertain aw Hotel j e situated on Comer of Pine and nearly and Poet Office tbe forming ono of the most local a also convenient to the principal places It nao modern co Bath Booms Sample Booms BUliard Alao Orst Livery Stable Cama waiting to take to and from the ROYAL THOMAS W BALDWIN Successor to F COOMBS CARD the Stock and Fixtures of the t laiety J ng con pleated w see Store No Ill Exchange Street pied bv Frank M Rowe and W tba stock I thai be any ind All oi tho old patron B of that weU known and by strict attention to business and an stock of goods hope 10 merit a good W BCOTT REMOVAL WHITING S CLARK Counsellor and Attorney at Law baa removed to Office of Tames S Esq at hu head of fint of stj rs Ion hand bee's Bloth Wcel S- nare Bangor Maine Sept 9 U i EDWARD H BLAKE Ko 11 Central Street Bango Eddy's Refrigerators arc the best and wo have the sale of them for Also Call and ace them at I W P DICKEY m ayis HARDWARE CUSTOM TAILORING AT A THAN EXACT FITS AT B No 21 Street Block I 3m JAMES DUNNING BANKER AND BROKER at the old and do a Banking bu Jaly 1st isto City A- P STICKY FLY PAffER The Best in Use i TOR SALC DT CHARLES DWINEL No BRIDGE ILEsi that tbe of cbu and The will Call and see it at STREET H aoeto Leighton Davenport ill later Matas OF GALVANIZED IROK CHIMNEY CAPS AC OF Old Gutters lined with Galvanized Iron as usual ven io and laying drains Also dealers m Drain and Sewer CORNEK EXCHANGE YORK STREETS I I GETCHELL CO GALVANIZED GUTTERS CAPS Vitrified Ac Ac All of the bost rain d and laid NO 29 CENTRAL S BLOCS Corner Exchange and State I i MW s to make St should Clr eo by il Brokers T era the food a mcd as pleasant to the far wmc li can be and IB he name tbe joite of tbe by leading physic Pulmonary Consumption will cure and pepsin and 01 tbe entire world JB great boon to nervous of laziness men In Boston and are load ID p raises of what it baa done ror them B the tonic lot 1 with weak and or mediately boned to puny sickly children aod that moet is is o oar wbich mat many hitherto incurable coine within the range or this valuable Food or a copy Prepared by Mfr J For sale by all wilt its rty Sixth with the New all d fully and prepared to aa its as one of The Leading D lily Papers of New of cigars can do bettor our store as we have assortment Bide of Boston State Maine Supreme Court cation August of Albert W Paine IDI vs Maine Mutual Marine ance Company Tbe of Company having aod filed second rebon In tbe Supreme Coon abd foe Bald County ordered by Court that be given by weeka jln ibe Dally Courier In the Bangor Duly two newspapers J port and tb amid Attest A brae copy of titled cause i I i H Clerk Court will bear any Too tnf H BURGESS Clerk Court In the above TO INVENTORS I PORTER za and at Patent LaW Mice Strut too open all in as to ibe aad oi rendered tbe of totalities by letter receive mpt and faithful arid early replies Extracts the Hules OF THE I i W G ASM All except for i aro on Krot qda except Uie I No Steamboat sball be allo md ta land remain at OB I JON AKK I of tin Comi Bnp Joor Bock ar mat Godi IDT aro WMU 11 do mo good like TOD may put tills In the and may U do some poor ral arar sane good t dow mtl I am well k town bere having here almost flAMn Tean bud kept r aod my i up mall take my are well ao I again thanks I Tonra T N H Catlo never lura and had will sent py ma 99 for 8 toe Legislature WEEKLY COURIER I would haw to largest l Bror pace Supplement T ist t Degraph news op to ol tbe Dally a large Potter s SM Washington n large outs by kM1 Ml: Bridge Bangor H NOTICE Sq Abbott Family FOB Moi Principal School BLUB lea Alao n full or Leal Pencils bf all grades at manufacturer a Block BRICK CO SIGNS We furnish Cut signator nil Floral De lice Wo have rames n nod of wul decorate Bib at 9 A M dt I JOSHUA THE JURIER Coi all tbe tele- through iaa an extensive oat the State with at add in aOi a First Class can to til and ne pf home poetry ITS BEG will giro tbe proc Itat t a Inform IN THE P the Wmo and ty cla eat anil best spoken in the crei and firmly ing what thoy bi to future as In pai reliable ores and policy i the wellar 10 aimi to make It UOD ot aper ler to with BWB and of tele DolAl Markota will be daUy by al JD the all o intoi i and make U an to eat i in 000 of Will BV to Tbe AMD Coui UuU the of the Unl m will tiw year 1878 upon tie i of plea which Uut fill while Important in j tbe history of he countr and tbe WHIG AKD Coui to j io favor lu be In the we and moat euch t bew protect toe rights and people The Whi Courier VOLUME XLVI 209 The Promoter and Perfector of tion i Tbe Reformer and of the Blood I The Producer and of Nerve and Muscle The Builder and Supporte of Brainpower Compound Syrup ie composed of In- identical with who Healthy Blood and Nerve and Brain Substance whilst Is depend ant upon Borne of them I fly its no lob blood and effect upon tbe tbe one and toning the other it is capable or effecting the following re- It will displace or wash matter and thus By Increasing Nervous and Muscular Vigor 1 wilt cure Dyspepsia feeble or or tbe Heart and Palpitation Weakness of lect by grief woary overtax or irregular Bronchi Us or Congestion f tbe even in the most alarming It cures Loas of Neuralgia St Dance Epileptic Fits Cough and IB a most wonderful to other remedies In life tbe ess of Diphtheria Do not bo by lar name no ibis any circumstance B Look out for the name and J 1 FEL LOWS St N D on lh watermark which to soen by the light Price per Bottle a lea lor yellow In the pa six for No one can be rick when tlic stomach blood and kidneys arc healthy and Hop Bitters keep Tho ing tonic tizer and on earth It is impossible to or oat of health where used Jong sick Hop Bitters arc cure so much 7 Wny do Hop Bitter Because they give digestion nch blood and healthy organs u No matter what or ment is Hi p I tlo yoa good Otters never does and continually the stomach vith Hop Bitters Remember Hop harm but good the c and the Quiet nerves and b dmy sleep in Hop health minary organs Try Hop Cough Cure and Pain l BT ALL VASSAR COLLEGE liver and Hop Bitters It rapidly heole O ag Wounds t Itching Piles a The Healing g and Refreshing Ex ernal i ta tbo Worht Id md other Itching lions that have been the torture of a lifetime thos affording unspeakable gratification to Burna all Itching and Softly Eruptions of the Ski D and all Affections jf the Scalp including LOBB of Hair No tin like i ever been known to the matt intelligent It a boit of poisonous existence IL IB revolutionary la ita and mode of treatment and succeeds n caring every external infection I At every stage t La by Soap which la a irt of itself medicinally kod At the tome tbe refreshing Toilet Bath ana Nursery Soap lo existence a purifying agent and liver be taken Co away blood by the of scrofula malaria maintain and ft of the Skin and SALT Life a burden from the canoed by tula Messrs Weeks A accept my most grateful thanks for the great very great comfort f have received from cno uae of your j For the pant eight or vine yoara I have been troubled thai disease Salt For 1 would be very life a antan to me 1 have lued In the shape of and bat with no effect My hands were in a terrible condition backs if them being all I I woald try I tried It and lol ft Was ae if a miracle bad been performed for I will Jake my oath that In three Applications my hands M smooth as a new bora babe's J I I presume there are If not woo know of my among whom there may be aome ono similarly afflicted and if to I would ear neatly him to a trial A D B Agent C S E R Detroit Mich Jan 60 j TETTER OR RHEUM on hinds A letter Messrs Weeks A Potter been troubled for many the Tetter or talt and a Tor ono inch in apace one For one square two 1 For one square throe in the Dally 1 Kor one aquaro one week a Each week's continuance Foe half one time I For half square one week 1 week's continuance For one square In Weekly three 1 60 Each J 60 per for first i Jw par square for continuance COLUMN inserted a tbe rate ol Special jt two thirds price two a wtek one hal price one week one third price where tho time of insertion Is not specially designated will be continued ordered II transient advertising moat b form advance under tho head of per line each solic natter and 15 per lino leade 1 COBEY THE PLACE OF NEW HOTELS 1 watched calm tbe of your Editor unvaried interest 1 BIT sf t present and cannot fail to nize the fact that tbe people Maine are absorbed in political matters and it baa almost been a wonder to me thai the business of your quiet little State can move on with wich even tenor when BO many earnestly working fqr the dec tion o Corporal good man and the sovereign office their gift while an almost corresponding her are for his It baa been a question in my mind eror not under the a bnel account of some of our metropolitan at tractions would be ot interest to your ers But I will the nek and de- mand a portion of your space while I ly narrate the attractions of of our most favored summer resorts It is tbe habit of our busings meu to de- vote themselves to ordinary daily houre perhaps than those m smaller and less active cities b but in- tensity of their labors more than recom- for fewer hours Fro en the aours of nine m the until tbe afternoon our principal thoroughfares are teeming with human beings hither thither with much alacrity that a stranger might think them engaged n a six with their lives and as prizes But when the work IB done the banker whose miod has been absorbed v ith the contemplation of vast financial protects be merchant who Las been with ran suctions of varied magnitude tbe clerk fancied himself weighed down with the cares and responsibilities of a n it all gracefully and gladly Uy aside their varied cares and schemes and with light leisurely wend their way to retired country resort or to some watering places where the cool breezes from the ocean fan and their weary frames cares and oi the morrow for c I lit many beautiful pi ices m vicinity where a thirty utea ride by train carries thousands ot our sweltering populace to quiet cool and rest but is one place above al others which has become the daily re- sort of many thousands the most philanthropic of human beings desired lo hoose m agreeable locality suited to the rich and the poor to tbe man and mechanic to the proud and humble he could not have a place better adapted to tbe diversified astes and circumstances of mankind than Coney Island the greatest nnd best o our seaside attractions leaving completed the daily tasks 1 will ask your readers to me in their on ji short excursion to this seaside retreat There are many means of nce but the a tired mortal s that by steamer A fov minutes walk Vona City Hall to Battery brings us lo 2 North river we find dreds for tho boals ng tbe end of the wharf -e are nearly be- by bowling and f of coarse boisterous runners arje soliciting for opposition They rush at us with the ferocity of wild beasts Ml aboard for tbe Island Fieri This boat docs not go to tae iron pier Don't I buy your tickets tho go down by ho Adelaide you will have to stay all look at that old she's worse than a Jersey boat or lbe palace steamer her are a foot thick r Your was a foot Interrupted an Adversary Go away you scare crow you're frightening the children And so tbe din continues rom worn till night no one escaping tbe onslaught but calm enables us to select the boat for iron pier ter a few minutes delay the gong sounds D Ibo engine room lines are cast oft and away speeds the little steamer ng In and out among tbe fleet of excursion steamers ferry boats and vessels that fill be harbor Tbe sail down the harbor Is as well as refreshing On the one band tbe city of ch arches engages tbe spectators attention while on the other Staten Island with Its dotted with villas up in grand con- trast to tbe Jersey Flats on tbe right Alter the fora the ob- server beholds the boundless deep with its broad expanse at the same tune bis weary frame responds with added strength to tbe cool wholesome air the bold mariner oses to waft vessel to her haven After rounding the paint tbe beach comes n sight and tbe observatory that reaches 300 feet into tbe air and gives Its patrons a fifty-mile view is the most prominent ture to be seen hot numerous hotels soon appear as we approach this Iron pier from a distance it resembles a long row building but a pier or wharf con- two stories on tbe lower ot which are bath houses and oa upper are Tenders all kinds a und stand from i with his corps of D discourses the sweetest music It light popular airs tl a mora classical so hat the the m pleasing If not pretty the whole stn lure is built on so grand a scale that is room for all and no discomfort is from At the shor end of tbe pier tbo bathers may be seen a bey sport m the here the man o there the timid lady cling with deathlike tenacity to the ropes considers it eburn and then again are the little ones with their starched dresses pinned about them so that they may wade with naked feet appearing more like little about on the surface The scenes amon the bathers are often ludicrous and yet fas Here men and women appear a their worst while children are more cun mng and attractive Tbe scene w so inter that it Is difficult lo break away from it to wander about among the hotels On leaving tbe pier the first building that eye Is tho Sea Beach Hotel that is the left of tbe spectator as hi goes out There is something familiar n its appearance and jt is not until we it and make inquiries that we are informed that t is the Government It is not filled with exhibits of our maten il prosperity but i Is ith people other dining at the table or cafe or listening to an en chanting waltz played by a fine orchestra The place is up into various apart menta for the entertainment and comfor of guests To the east of this are numerous among the most prominent o which are and Cable's A the latter place the celebrated discourses his cornet solos to the delight o thousands of enthusiastic listeners But there are other places to visit ant we must move on Our next objective point 18 that can be reached by walking Derosa the boulevard i with riding in es As we are In a hurry let us ride aru n five minutes we at Beach The hotel structure is more formidable th in cither of those already and will accommodate more is excellent the prices a trifle high but that is excusable the so short and tho expenses so It costs per week to pay the and there s a large orchestra sixty pieces of some of the finest musicians in New They furnish eiqulslte musi seated as they are or shell-shaped structure directly In front o the hotel There is an afternoon and evening is listened toby large audiences in and on the sides of the Adjoining the hote is a restaurant and battling pavilion where the bathers eo for their stats The surf is better here than at jhe pier and tbe water seems purer and lathe evening an electric light casta its silvery upon the beneath and produces a most enchanting effect enabling those who go down late to take evening bath with perfect safety We take the train in the rear of this and m about ujc sanae j takes o it tve are at Manhattan Beach the company that Corbin ia president of and winch has become the beat known ol all in the country on account of the edict against thp promulgated by Mr Corbin created quite a ror among our citizens and the vicing with each other in their attempts to ridicule and Mr Corbio ibe truib ever as it appears your correspondent s that Manhattan Beach has profited by tbe movement The c ass of people ts noticeably comfortable place more respectable and letter and it seem to be a more for ladies than cither ol the others The gathering of people s large I might with truth is in tbe largest sense democratic and has no personal to the but such hc facts anO edict of Mr better clas must record hem was not intended es of Jews but for that to Mr Corbin ors and satisfactory to place The music here shed by one of the of traders pe Idlers and low bred tle that have brought on a very in- thn The result is b and his he habitues of th s fine being furn ment bands will tbe noted Levy as the The facilities for bathing md other pleasures are quite as here as anywhere and in fact more so or tbe appointments hero are more com- In every sense 1 Tbe evenings furnish tbe most delightful along this two miles of beach It s one uninterrupted scene of brilliancy Electric lights Illumine the grounds and be waters bands and orchestra furnish tbe most delightful music hosts of ple are wandering about the showman with bis midgets or fat woman Is utly announcing tbe attractions of bis unbroken scene of gaiety and enchantment ID tbe distance hi tbo great ler beautifully Illumined with colored and on all sides Is something to please and amuse I might continue to enlarge upon the ad- vantages of this fa beach bat I have already said enough to excite the interest of an ordinarily carious person The rapidity of the growth of these at- factions has been wonderful and it is most necessary fora person to visit the sland every week to keep pace with tbe Its vicinity to New York and Brooklyn the numerous means of con- the liberality of he appointments he absence of ostentation or show and he true democratic spirit prevalent mikes Coney Inland tbe greatest boon within tbe of New Yorkers The rates of fare are so low poorest may avail self of an occasional trip and when there he may look enjoy and breathe as y as tbe most favored sob of fortune When we consider thp transformation bat baa taken place a few years converting a iand bank Into a bustling resort with fine hotels ed by I garden patches It U most to predict what progress i be made In a few yeirs more The natural Advantages of Ibe beach are not so ood a Old Orchard's bat are In every enough The 1 nes of railroad stop at every hotel and are everal of boats either of tbe putting city ix Tow te o'clock tbe of Brooklyn down Boulevard tlx rows of trees Is in Century FROM DEXTER C ha Mouth Flat DEXTER Sept 1st To the al the if have seen fit to charge that recent reunion of Maine soldiers In this town was arranged by Republicans for political it maj not be out of place tossy that until a few weeks ago not one person in in this town knew that there was to be such a re- union here An item in some of tbe ton papers directed attention to after considerable inquiry it Has found that the association embracing the 14th and 24th Regiments of Maine Infantry and tbe Second Maine Cavalry upon tation extended by one of the who lives here voted to hold their reunion lu 1879 in this town But this gentleman WBO extended the invitation was last year and is now a most rabid self So that it can hardly be that holding of reunion here was ar- ranged by injure the back cause It 13 a fact the comrades of the Grand Army who were appealed to to help the thing out are mostly Republicans J D Commander of H F Post G A R and Captain of Light Infantry and who more than any other man or ten men to make the a success is President ol tbe Republican Campaign Club It is alsd a fact that tbe most of tbe visiting veterans were Republicans and did not it anything out of the way to say in plain that the cause in which they fought a good cause in things be otherwise that this reunion Ins operated in favor of the Republican party it has been worth more for the ca ise of than half a meetings md we rejoice that it was held ist as it was i But don't any lo say tbe affair was matched up by any Republican club or Re- publican committee for such was not the case Had the different organizations that are made up largely of Republicans I a ship was permanent I am most harmonious tions have always existed betwee owners of the but the timo has when the that the D very slight deviation from e B hne to the I not be to be to such beach The bed of road ts of and ia smooth and agreeable to ride over When tbe trees are fall grown youi read ers can imagine what a beautiful drive it wiU be I have run on an some length about a place that New delight in be- cause no one can go there without coming away a better person physically and mentally your subscriber has groused tho interest of any readers of this article or has furnished any amusement or instruction to them he will be- intending at future time to call their attention to another tine greatest inventor of the nineteenth ween tlic Je hen I 5 be a temperance rally ai t Tuesday of s ueck d U rU of the State arc ex- to be present and a good time be enjoyed The backers sav too is got up tab tical effect That is an interesting which the Greenback ia apparently suffering from the holding of reunion of old Soldiers who JclT Davis ot people from to consult a3 the best methods ol tho ol temperance U f should think thit earnest ardent and consistent 1 fell like with and the of Penobscot County e sho ild linn they would look upon it i- j matter of dut for them to desert the temperance taken bold of the success that it was jbe matter reunion wou and lugged it ld not have been If the rs feel aggrieved at the effect wh coming together soldiers hup had upon their mongrel and the at it re presents moonshine th call their b caused the do an account for his Tbe Republicans Jin tlic meantime very well affair They would have every reart i 1 BUI tOE A I wrote you the other day in regard to be Greenback meeting at what as four or live Su ys n succession m o to canvass fqr bacK j A temperance prauo nas at tbe church 1 crowded nnd evening the 1 tbe c g number of profitable hinging by and in the cb Ac ol t'i bins sarg Eolo o people All mule o IP turn ict of tl c is who were to the reunion No i FII e of that apj roached Lo M ss ir j who reported The ICL ivc in remarks gainst exaggeration be South Ridge school house in town The meeting attended by tj a ol but the best order was The other night two went down to san ie place rora this village to upon politics subjects Quite a meeting of ers were present but we regret to say that heir conduct was of a very disgraceful character The speakers were teous m their remarks but vere frequent and made in such a o show whole the opr was bad For instance one ol would ask a question or gestion and then the rest of tlie crowd without waiting ur an answer by the would begin to kick and clap belr banas snd howl like a band of Piute One gentleman who was present that tbe worst spirit was manifested hat has come to bis notice for many years and he Is a man who is usually ind would guard 1C cannot be said bat these proceedings are to be charged o wild and uncultivated boys among hose who showed their ignorance as well s their almost total lack of decency were men were twining gray mid- dle aged men and we are told that the qf the South Ridge Greenback Hub was I altogether more prominent In he performances than be ought to have Tbe leader of the Greenbackers in Dexter and Connna was present in tbe early part lof tbe meeting out be left and Is fair or charitable to suppose that he was with tbo heathenish actions the uncultivated boobies who were there The more decent of the Jackers ate ashamed of tbe whole hey don't to talk about It aod I don't blame them A FLAG DESECRATED A campaign flag was raised in Connna ast Friday and a very Interesting Ing was beld when the people were by Hon H and Capt A Bontelle On Saturday a letter was here from Mr Wood President jf the Republican club at saying hat the flag hail been fired upon several by persons who were hostile to lie Republicans Tbe true of tbe seems to be showing Itself all around EX- I Tbe Item that I gave you last week In tbe Dexter mills may convey an erroneous Impression In order to un- erstand the situation It must be bered that half the property belongs to tbe of Eben Dale late of on auditor tbe patt eight years It has managed b trustees of the same hare in I the meantime been closing np Ibe of Mr Dale's estate as dly M having already disposed at property In other parts of the It Is to be un- to say nothing about the makes ton the mills would Dexter to be on Iho A in idc 1 tt w w by some person t i iraj the t i UIL temperance meetings after hut there were enough people n the club who a-c not ilc m politics as to int ho ro- Torm liai lor t to step on that it once and it has uot been 1 rom K ing fact that attend inve tf t t day meeting I in growing fora of 1 liere are Dot the ors who it then duty in tbe election to rum whil t r t L Our in tlic Honorable or George n and tlic Hot o John B advertised to peak buc 1 here to morrow that the former s Will at Town Hall and I un- individual will open Hon p F night but I that the former gentleman sinot to tb it financier was in tbe jewelry trade in Auburn Sir E R Pierce speak instead of tho handsome and quent Pierce the same i low that the law 10 his Next Saturday night the have a -11 will here It s prol i- ble that oar Distrkt Convention bo held in the wbich it is that Pan I R SeaVey the political issues which are involved m this campaign The people will probably come m goodly and we arc Hooking for a big meeting M Davis hda never before an audience in this we a I want to ee and bear Dexter Light will muster ac JDover this year chough some of Ac will v 1001 AbBoc company The G A It j Post mi over one or two as a organization O the F SMITH'S Kinder begin at house No 1 Street t i here ill ue an advanced claes for the older In Kindergarten and in such primary us they are foe Iw Flowe HATS rs Many ge lot that mast be soul and all other Tri Goods at Half Price at CJ 19 Franklin Family School ply to term will JU f b A ill have in tbe property must be disposed fof and I ofj the estate closed up In order to do this it s essary that there be a general cleaning i p of the stock and that the machinery come to a pause Np stock lus been for some time a few weeks probability the 11 be shut uY How long this st itx of things ue of course remains to be may a few it may be much er It is fair to hope m view ot the improvement in null business id reported all over Che State that some ty mjy take tho properly at once and set things to It tn ikes a ference to whether the mills arc all to full capacity or ning portion of For quite have ing very much so the c t re closing up of the not be fo much noticed Mr B of the with any change ill the business bros but that as I have before the has a large interest in the property lias got lo bi up There are lunkheads will to make poetical c out of the adairs of but by so they only show their But then they are expected to da that in fact show their ignorance rascality by belonging Greenback party at all is to picnic it Co to-day ers from alll 11 tells me thit this dosing up mills 110 connection or ol i parts of the iverot ie Greenback V a I I
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