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   Bangor Daily Whig And Courier (Newspaper) - September 3, 1879, Bangor, Maine                               s tt June Ton, LS70 seventh day .solvency ency for Mid state of said to bean aaid Debtor, renih dxy of eddatfc Utter- bat tbe paj- and irtLQaier "ebior. to him d transfer of by law, that id to more -rfc of !BEO! ourt lioom IQ A. I5T9, t above iriiv JONfc-s, Conn of In- JObBCOL A r> e third tlay ol waa IB- CD cy (or aoid estate of of Ban- Jer Uie sty o o be insolvent HunckJey and ir ihe siytfe of GicU on o vbicb lost be computed the delivery oog Dg to taid 1 lie dfHKtrv m, n-e forbid- r oil tors of said tliooeo one or Ic feld a: A ta i ic Probate lie Mh day 01 it lorcnooD r (.bovowrit- 1117 theriff, nlvcncv for tc, July Term, mc.i, of Harps- is i her of Hen- 3-id County of ministration of i, ran ted to Syl 1 give public no- caueing a copy ublianea Mily Wnigand- a in Bailor, o a; pear at inly, 10 be beW j. ujgor. on the -CD of the any they Dare, afaould DOC RET, Register. ate, July Term, yman, hosband Abigail renobftcot, tie the of Dw Bradford give public -aoMng a copy of eti three u'y Whig wjd ttangor, IB a Court ol FTO- che Probate Of. tatUy 10 forenoon, ww by the ted the widow of his wing named ALLY AKi) COURIEB ME.; WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3. 1879 N GO K audi PUBLISHED UOIINTVQS HOUTCL -t .4 BURR. DRNJ. A ir, 00 for six months Invariably in advance THE BANGOR WEEKLY IS fl BUSHED EYBRT PRTDA Of tho DAILY WlIIO AXD Two tJall rs ear, AGENCIES. M, Pj-T-niGlic A Co, 10 Eostoh. ID I (j I ark Itow, New York, are authorizcdAgenu for A U v crLaements and Subscript tons lur iliH IL Mr FS, tgont, Nft. 6 TrcmOnt St., P. Co Agoota, 41 ttow, York T O 253 Washington street, Boalon. II nut F DODU, Agent, Boston t K l.ATts, Agent, 41 Tart How, Now York i P. iHto affix unc Ldwhich tt> wb I .pots DeWIIT 1101 Tbe Proprietors, formerly of the Franklin House, Danger, having' term of rears. ETC now prepared to entertain ibcur oldifrteBda aw Hotel j e pleaaantly situated, on Comer of Pine and [Park nearly and Poet Office, ovcrlookjDg tbe forming ono of the most peantUnl local a also convenient to the principal places ofbuameM It nao alTtbel modern co Bath Booms, Sample Booms. BUliard JUaJL Alao Orst Livery Stable Cama; waiting to take to and from the ROYAL QT7LMBY. THOMAS W. BALDWIN, Successor to F. llj COOMBS, CARD. Uavlng purcbaaed the Stock and Fixtures of the t, laiety occo J ng aJcJed con pleated w see' Store No. Ill Exchange Street, pied bv Frank M. Rowe, and havmj W tba stock, I thai) be ptei. any ind All oi tho old patron B of that weU known and by strict attention to business and an fnvltmg stock of goods, hope" 10 merit a good roaage W BCOTT REMOVAL WHITING S. CLARK, Counsellor and Attorney at Law, baa removed to Office of Tames S Rowc, Esq at hu head of fint UiRlit of stj rs. Ion hand, Lurra- bee's Bloth. Wcel UftrLei 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 Banhor. Also, Xoe Call and ace them at I W. P. DICKEY CQ.'S, m ayis _ HARDWARE STORE- CUSTOM TAILORING, AT A FH1CS LE9B THAN BLSKWtTEHB. EXACT FITS AT BHOBT MOTlCEl B. BA.R.IVAJBY, No 21 klalD Street BioeB' Block. Junes_____ I 3m JAMES DUNNING BANKER AND BROKER, Wlllrtolved. at the old and do a. Banking bu Uangor, Jaly 1st. isto City BtmJt ttalr. 'A- P Cashier- STAIM'S lIPBOlfED STICKY FLY PAffER. The Best in Use. i TOR SALC DT CHARLES DWINEL, No. KENDUSKEAC BRIDGE. ILEsi that tbe of uaad cbu and The will ftlft J98COUETT, Call and see it at STREET, H. aoeto Leighton, Davenport ill later Yiwi Matas, FAOTt'RkRS OF GALVANIZED IROK WTER8, VENTILATOBS. CHIMNEY CAPS, AC. UANCFAOTt'RkRS OF Old Gutters lined with Galvanized Iron as usual ipcuul ulUiDtiorifc ven io and laying drains. Also dealers m Drain and Sewer Flpe CORNEK EXCHANGE ANI> YORK .STREETS, I I 6tn GETCHELL, LEIGHTQN CO., GALVANIZED GUTTERS. CAPS, Vitrified Ac., Ac. All fclzce of the bost 'rain d and laid. NO. 29 CENTRAL S BLOCS, Corner Exchange and State Street: ______________ I i MW, s; to make St, should mdersigDCd lunatory Clr eo by il Brokers, aPlacoJN T era, enjpy the Thenew cbcmicil food a hauscons mcd liie, liuus as pleasant to the far wmc li can be and IB takci he name vrny tbe joite of tbe ECOmmendtU by leading physic, Pulmonary Consumption will cure CoDEUDlption and pepsin, and utiouM 4ttracl theattci 01 tbe entire world. 'JB great boon to nervous' pcoplfe- of laziness men In Boston and elcnwlicre are load ID Hieir p raises of what it baa done ror them. MfgfM B the trno tonic lot wopien afflletc 1 with weak neea and atorJue dieeaaes or cbarwter mediately boned to puny and] sickly children, aod that moet temtvle diaeaso Btcketa, is apccdlJy :uredbylu is fallydesoribed o oar Pamphletv wbich etiows mat many dineases hitherto considered! incurable, coine within the eaey range or this valuable Food fiemedj. or a copy Prepared by Mfr. J For sale by all draggistB wilt its rty Sixth Volome with the New Tenr.Twilh all d portraobta fully equtpped and prepared to niaJat aa its pxwtUoo as one of The Leading D lily Papers of New Efglan of cigars can do bettor Tjt our store, as we have Ihe >est assortment IhiS Bide of Boston State ofl Maine ------------88 Supreme Jadicml Court, Va- cation August I8Ui, IbJ'J. of (Albert W. Paine, IDI jommieeioner vs. (Maine Mutual Marine ance Company. Tbe ftecelvere of Company having oifered aod filed tbeJr second rebon In tbe Supreme Judl- c-lal Coon i41thto abd foe Bald Penobflcot County. ordered by Court that motica be given by mbllcationtbroe weeka iBuccewlvely jln ibe lian- Dally Wtug Courier In the Bangor Duly Cotnttendal, two newspapers tfabUsbeaLn J TenobedatCounty. Wutne. thataaidr port offoifed and Dbjeotlovi tb amid fieptunber.lA.D Attest A brae copy of titled cause. i I i AOeftt JA1IHS H. Clerk. Court will bear any Too tnf twectietfa dayoi H. BURGESS, Clerk. aderlof Court In the above -r- 'TO INVENTORS. I PORTER Aowr- za and Forucn 4nd COOAM.. ]on at Patent LaW (Mice, 6n Devooahtta Strut, too, PiicnUJ open all punuhle ouont in ihw (omgn cnuntno. (Aoviee as to ibe pauufabiJur aad oiJur oi rendered, tbe npho of inven.OTS pfolecled respecU. totalities by letter receive mpt and faithful aueouor, arid early replies. Extracts' the Hules OF THE NOBTHPOKT I i W. G. Campmeettngr ASM All excaralona except for BQnda7 3 ipermlssuiB ofl Uie I No Steamboat sball be allo md ta land remain at OB 8tu idaya. I JON. ETTttl AKK. I Secrolarf of tin Trwwea. aag4 (Comi Bnp Joor, Bock aaZtCxpT) 4W ar, mat of'nor baQK Godi IDT ttaiida aro WMU 11 hlfig do mo good like TOD may put tills In the wtlcome, and may U do some ofeeij poor ral arar   sane good t fcaa dow mtl I am well k town bere, having 1-red here almost flAMn Tean bud kept boardara r, aod aomeumea my aoro, .....'i up aJtogeUierwlU. mall fanllyto take _._____ _ .my fcauda are well. ao I again reftntt thanks. I Tonra reapeotfol T. (ELlZAIBtBTB BOCK1EY. N. H., Catlo never lura. and, had any- SPAPFR will sent py ma ratea, nuw.; 99 for 8 'toe Legislature. WEEKLY COURIER tblnUng I would haw to gtvi largest l Koglnil. Bror pace Supplement, FORTT-I !I0B T ist t Degraph news op to anbstanee ol tbe Dally, a large Weoks Potter, .Cbomls s SM Washington n, large UiuithKnuntlly tfOO. outs; by kM1 aaoop Ml: nmHuci BtIBB, Propitalon, Ktndnaajsag Bridge, Bangor, H NOTICE. MNBH rylaibe fvOTyvl BMtHtV-ket Sq. Abbott Family FOB BOYS-MLI-TTIJ Fanalogtca. Moi Aodreaa oiig-2 A-HABBOTT, Principal. School, BLUB, .Blacl: lea 3PeiiciK Alao n full lijne or Leal Pencils bf all grades at manufacturer a pnccb OHAS. Block. BREWfER bnyc BRICK CO. TLOIULl, 33EJ SIGNS We furnish Cut Hlowcru signator nil Floral De lice Wo have laldl> rcce rames, )n pa.tcrcs, nod ecll Itne nsoortnteot of wul decorate Bib, at 9 A M dt I JOSHUA LJCUAlIUEiiLMN. 18L THE BAM3 JURIER Tnu'Wina Coi BTEB all tbe tele- lAtoociaUA iondenta through tuftbo. iaa an extensive oat the State, with wrtters at tbftSlate add Nauonal in aOi reBpecce a First Class flVoUDK can to til and tnetruotlTe ne enconrafiemoDt pf otbor home Iniprc toriefluid poetry ITS BEG will giro tbe proc Itat ,t a iboroug1u> Inform IN THE P the Wmo Aio> COOBIKB and npboM Prin reseDU UOD ot Newsi aper, ler, to calttir toiingand with MngiDolafid teleoted >ok TQV! BWB. and of Coogre ______ tele otatiorisof DolAl Markota, .audeVtmto will be ohrooioleij daUy by Bpeo al oomepondeot. LITIOAX, CTEIJ> indepeodeoi, JD the high- tbeworo. all pub! o qneeiions intoi i araoce and make Ibelr ratber U an to eat i in 000 of ttae Will BV appeuB to un  vuaij Important in j tbe polUUcal history of he countr and tbe WHIG AKD Coui IBH conftra ___ to j io favor onl; lu almwU be In the we and moat euch t bew protect toe rights and falljUie people. The Whi Courier VOLUME XLVI 209. The Promoter, and Perfector of Assimila- tion, i Tbe Reformer and Vilalizer of the Blood. I The Producer and Invigonator of Nerve and Muscle. The Builder and Supporte of Brainpower. Compound Syrup ie composed of In- m.lehtB identical with tboEe who oonsfftnte Healthy Blood, MoaclQ and Nerve and Brain Substance, whilst Lifo.iUoH Is direoUyl depend ant upon Borne of them. I fly its no lob wllh blood and itsj effect upon tbe mil'Bcl'ee.re-efctabllBhmc tbe one and toning the other, it is capable or effecting the following re- It will displace or wash outj luborcntoufi matter and thus cureXonsutnpUon. By Increasing Nervous and Muscular Vigor, 1 wilt cure Dyspepsia, feeble or iDtemipted actloi or tbe Heart and Palpitation. Weakness of Intel- lect by grief, woary, overtax or irregular naolts, Bronchi Us, Acalfc or Chronic-, Congestion f tbe luDgB, even in the most alarming, itagej It cures ABtbma. Loas of Neuralgia, St IULQ Dance. Epileptic Fits. Whooptag Cough, and IB a most wonderful [adjunct to other remedies In aQaialolug life diuiiig tbe ess of Diphtheria. Do not bo deco.ved by reme  the bloo.d, c and swceiui the brcatl: Quiet nerves and b dmy sleep in Hop health -with minary organs withou Try Hop Cough Cure and Pain Refiot l BA1J BT ALL VASSAR COLLEGE. nactivc 'liver and Hop Bitters It rapidly heole O ag Wounds t Itching Piles a The tnoBt Healing, Soothii g, and Refreshing Ex (ernal Applieatlo i ta tbo Worht Id Diecharg _____, md other Itching aflec lions that have been the torture of a lifetime, thos affording unspeakable gratification to tbdneande, Burna, Wonnda andfeeiorB. all Itching and Softly Eruptions of the Ski D, and all Affections jf the Scalp, including LOBB of Hair. No tin DC- like i ever been known to the matt intelligent It baa'swept a boit of poisonous retn etlfesontol existence. IL IB revolutionary la ita and mode of treatment and succeeds n caring every external infection. I At every stage t La by Cntioara Soap, which la a irt of itself medicinally kod At the earoe tome tbe moatdellKhtfuUy frignCnt refreshing Toilet, Bath, ana Nursery Soap lo existence. Cuiicura tteBolvent, a ppnernil purifying agent and liver Biimnlaut. t.booid be taken Co nentraJUe andrasolvo away blood caneed by the Tirufl of scrofula, malaria.) orcoa- taglousdlee.ueB.wbloh maintain and foetordla- ft of the Skin and SALT RHEUM1. Life a burden from the snfftrlnga canoed by tula tertible, diaease. Messrs Weeks A PojUer accept my most grateful thanks for the great, very great, comfort f have received from cno uae of your Cutloora. j For the pant eight or vine yoara I have been troubled vltb thai dreadAil disease. Salt Bheum. For 1 would be very life a antan to me. 1 have lued OTcrytblng In the shape of exiwnal and munral. bat with no effect. My hands were in a terrible condition, ihe backs if them being all raw.iaod I taooghl I woald try CnUeora. 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 thonaaitda, woo know of my eaae. among whom there may be aome ono similarly afflicted, and if to I would ear neatly advlw him to CotWura a trial. thankfuUy, A. D. B AKKtL T.cket Agent C. S. E. R, Detroit Jonoliob. Dtoolt, Mich., Jan. 60, ffiTtt. j TETTER OR SALjl RHEUM on tbft hinds Cdied. A gnlafnl letter. Messrs. Weeks A Potter' been troubled for many yeftrsiwltb the Tetter or talt Rbeum. and ftpent a haxd-earoed (Rmwt. OJP Tor ono aqoare {ono inch in apace) one tnaeir For one square, two Inaertiona........... 1 For one square, throe in the Dally. 1 Kor one aquaro, one week.............. a Each week's continuance.............. Foe half Rquare, one time................ I For half square, one week................ 1 Ear-h week's continuance........., For one square. In Weekly, three 1 60 Each ,J... BFKOUL MOTIOBB 60 per aqnajfl for first i Jw par square for continuance. DODBLB COLUMN inserted a tbe rate ol "Special XotloeaL" 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 untl ordered. II transient advertising moat b form advance a-drertificmccte under tho head of SusineesNo CODIB per line, each solic natter, and 15 centB per lino foj leade 1 COBEY 1SLAIJD. THE BREATniNG PLACE OF NEW IORKEB3 I'lEHS, HOTELS, XMJD CKOJWD3. 1 "-live watched iWith calm, tbe progresp of your Editor unvaried interest 1 BIT sf, t present catupaiju, and cannot fail to retog- nize the fact that tbe Murdyj people o! 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 num- her are )slniggling for his tiofeat. It baa been a question in my mind whctb eror not, under the cncumetaoces, a bnel account of some of our metropolitan at tractions would be ot interest to your read- ers. But I will asaomo the nek and de- mand a portion of your space while I brief- ly narrate the attractions of of our most favored summer resorts. It is tbe habit of our busings meu to de- vote themselves to tbelr ordinary daily avo- houre, perhaps, than those m smaller and less active cities b but [.he in- tensity of their labors more than recom- pensed for ihe fewer hours.. Fro en the aours of nine m the mu'rn.Qgj until live'in tbe afternoon our principal thoroughfares are teeming with human beings hither ar.d thither with much alacrity that a stranger might think them engaged n a six days'walk, with their lives and foiluneB as prizes. But when the daj's work IB done, the banker whose miod has been absorbed v, ith the contemplation of vast financial protects, be merchant who Las been eDgroseed with ran suctions of varied magnitude, tbe clerk vho 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 homewaid, to retired country resort, or to some rclrgsh.ag watering places, where the cool breezes from the ocean 'fan tlicir hrofts and their weary frames Ihe cares and duuca oi the morrow. for tjhc c I Jniig lit oame many beautiful pi ices m our'immediate vicinity where a thirty min- utea' ride by train carries thousands ot our sweltering populace to quiet, cool rccrea- .10n and rest; but tbere is one place above al) others which has become the daily re- sort of many thousands. Ilad the most philanthropic of human beings desired lo hoose .m attractiveand agreeable locality, suited to the rich and the poor, to tbe pro- essionul man and mechanic, to the proud and ihe humble, he could not have delected 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 accomnany me, in their m.ods, on ji short excursion to this seaside retreat There are many means of convey- ,nce, but the p.casantest t y tho "Ifyou go down by ho Adelaide you will have to stay all "Jnst look at that old tub! 'she's worse than a Jersey oysljer boat." 'or lbe( palace steamer; her earpeta are a foot thick r' "Your tqngae 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 self-jpossession enables us to select the boat for Itbe iron pier. Af- ter a few minutes' delay the gong sounds D Ibo engine room, the- lines are cast oft, and away speeds the little steamer, winci- ng In and out among tbe fleet of excursion steamers, ferry boats and vessels' that fill be harbor. Tbe sail down the harbor Is oeaotiful 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 )lctaresqae villas, rlsei 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 thjat the bold mariner oses to waft hls'prood 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 fea- ture to be seen; hot numerous hotels soon appear, as we approach this Iron pier, from a distance it resembles a long, nar- row building, but IIU a pier or wharf con- slatfDgof two stories, on tbe lower ot which are bath houses and oa upper are annnti, Tenders' all kinds, a und stand from wblol i Qnffolla, with his telebrated corps of D uslohmj, discourses the sweetest music, It tersprinkllng light, popular airs amonz tl a mora classical, so .hat the themoMonlU- the m 171w tkeare pleasing, If not pretty, the whole stn lure is built on so grand a scale that tbcr is room for all, and no discomfort is expe- rienced from At the shor end of tbe pier tbo bathers may be seen, a bey sport m the waves! here the man o fexpcrlence, there the timid lady wfao cling with deathlike tenacity to the ropes, ant! considers it atuuscmenUo eburn thoiwaves and then again tbere are the little ones with their starched dresses pinned about them so that they may wade with naked feet appearing more like little talries JsUmmmg about on the surface. The scenes amon the bathers are often ludicrous and yet fas cinatmg. Here men and women appear a their worst, while children are more cun mng and attractive. Tbe scene w so inter estmg that it Is difficult lo break away from it to wander about among the hotels. On leaving tbe pier the first building that greets'the eye Is tho Sea Beach Hotel that is oaj the left of tbe spectator as hi goes out. There is something familiar n its appearance and jt is not until we eutei it and make inquiries that we are informed that t is the "Government Centennia Building.1" It is not filled with wonderfu exhibits of our maten il prosperity, but i Is ith people, other dining at the table d'hote 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 res- taurants, among the most prominent o which are Vandevecr's and Cable's. A the latter place the celebrated Arbuckh 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 conricctmg i with riding in Ihe omnibus- es. As we are In a hurry let us ride, aru n five minutes we at Br.gbtoa Beach. The hotel structure is more formidable th in cither of those already seeil, and will accommodate more Therestaurani is excellent, the prices a trifle high but that is excusable the soason. bejng so short, and tho expenses so hfgu. It costs per week to pay the ueHaots; and tlica there ,s a large orchestra (sixty pieces) of some of the finest musicians in New YorJk. They furnish eiqulslte musi seated, as they are, withiaal paralaloid or shell-shaped structure directly In front o the hotel There is an afternoon and evening is listened toby large audiences scaud in fttent and on the sides of the orcbcstra. 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 cleijner. 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 pa- vi.ion and m about ujc sanae tjme j( takes o telj it tve are at Manhattan Beach the company that Tfijc. 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, TH'o aflair created quite a fu- ror among our Israclitish citizens, and the japerschampioneditheircause, vicing with each other in their attempts to ridicule and Mr. Corbio. 'ibe truib, how- ever, as it appears your correspondent. s that Manhattan Beach has profited by tbe movement. The c ass of people fonnd ts noticeably comfortable place more respectable and letter, and it would1' seem to be a more for ladies than cither ol the others The gathering of people s large, I might with truth Jjrgcst. is in tbe largest sense democratic and has no personal ntipathy to the Ilebrews, but such ,hc facts anO 1'hc edict of Mr. Torttio better clas must record (hem orbin was not intended es of Jews, but for that neflcial to Mr. Corbin ors and satisfactory to place. The music here shed by one of the Reg- of traders, pe (Idlers and low bred peo- tle that have brought odtuoi on a very in- dustrious thn The result is b and his co-propri olo cornetlst. The facilities for bathing md other pleasures are quite as satisfacto- here as anywhere, and in fact more so; or tbe appointments hero are more com- ilete In every sense. 1 Tbe evenings furnish tbe most delightful icenes 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 peo- ple are wandering about; the showman, with bis midgets or fat woman, Is Toclfer- utly announcing tbe attractions of bis unbroken, scene of gaiety and enchantment. ID tbe distance hi tbo great ler beautifully Illumined with colored ighta, and on all sides Is something to please and amuse. I might continue to enlarge upon the ad- vantages of this fa vonto 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 al- most necessary fora person to visit the sland every week to keep pace with tbe mprovcmcnts. Its vicinity to New York and Brooklyn, the numerous means of con- veyance, 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 him- self of an occasional trip, and when there he may look, enjoy and breathe as lavish- y as tbe most favored sob of fortune. When we consider thp transformation bat baa taken place wlfbln a few years, converting a iand bank Into a bustling utnmer resort with fine hotels surround- ed by beautlfq I garden patches, It U al- most Impossible- 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 the-e are everal of boats, either of tbe putting city, ix Tow te o'clock. tbe' ftainpH of Brooklyn, down Boulevard, vflobuaa tlx rows of trees, Is fivemflei in Century. FROM DEXTER. Abanrtl C ha Mouth in.djirv Flat Hucler. DEXTER, Sept 1st. To the ZdUor al the TFh'S if Coumr someJcarpmg'Greenbackers have seen fit to charge that recent reunion of Maine soldiers In this town was arranged by Republicans for political cflcct, it maj not be out of place tossy that until a few weeks ago not one person in llfty in this town knew that there was to be such a re- union here. An item in some of tbe Bos- ton papers lirst 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 invi- 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 Greenbackcr him- self. So that it can hardly be that holding of Ihe reunion here was ar- ranged by licpubllcausto injure the Green- back cause. It 13 a fact, Ihit the comrades of the Grand Army 1'ost, who were appealed to to help the thing out, are mostly Republicans. J. D Maxficld, Commander of H. F. Suflbrd Post, G A. R., and Captain of Dester- Light Infantry and who more than any other man or ten men to make the wffair 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 Ihntk it anything out of the way to say in plain that, the cause in which they fought wa-> a good cause. Itisafact c.innot in thenatureof things be otherwise that this reunion Ins operated in favor of the Republican party it has been worth more for the ca ise of Kepublicamsm than half a ;uass meetings, .md we rejoice that it was held ist as it was. i But don't uant any Grecnbacker lo say th.lt 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 informod, hoftevcrvthatqty: most harmonious tions have always' existed betwee owners of the mills! but the timo has jar- nvcd when the ibtorcst that the D, very slight deviation from e B. hne to the I not be Jfltely to be ijun to such advai beach. The bed of Itbe road ts of jp-avel 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 Yprkers delight in, be- cause no one can go there without coming away a better person., mora.lv, physically and mentally, andpf 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 BOjmo future time to call their attention to another tine greatest inventor of the nineteenth ious rcli- ween tlic Je hen I 5 be a temperance rally ai t ripiiB, Tuesday of s ueck d .U teiDpeVance jwoik- rU of the State arc ex- reen- pected to be present, and a good time be enjoyed. The G___ backers sav thisj too, is got up tab tical effect. That is an interesting which suffersjasj the Greenback ia apparently suffering from the holding of reunion of old Soldiers, who JclT. Davis rcbellcoi ot people from ____4________ to consult a3 to! the best methods ol pro- moting tho ca.u-o ol temperance' U f should think thit earnest, ardent, and consistent 1 fell like (oiomgl with, and espeCiallv the parlj of Penobscot County' e sho ild linn, they would look upon it i- j matter of dut; for them to desert the temperance meclmr taken bold of the thii success that it was. jbe matter reunion wou and lugged it ld not have been If the Grceriback- rs feel aggrieved at the effect wh coming together soldiers hup had upon their mongrel pprty and the politic.il at it re rother! presents, they! Greenbackcr, moonshine th call their b caused the trquble, do an account for his raosgressions. Tbe Republicans, Jin tlic meantime, very well abputthc nholc affair They would have onf every reart i 1 IITLb BUI LHOZLRS tOE A CEM1. I wrote you the other day in regard to .be Greenback meeting at what iskbown as four or live Su ys n. succession, m o to canvass fqr tiv- ill-oincnctl Grccri- bacK partv j A temperance prauo meetaig: nas lit.hi at tbe rrecnJlJBipjst church 1 >Sundjj crowded nnd evening, 'nicchurrU the meetingjwas loteresting uul 1 t-u-t tbe c cvcnn g Koli- number of profitable, hinging by and in the cb Ac ol t'i bins sarg Eolo o r> -_-_-- people spoUc All isioii mule 'o (.IP  er ol lEepublicans, but the best >f order was mamtaiucd The other night two Ue- >ublicans 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 vijrjrcour- teous m their remarks, but mteruption; vere frequent and made in such a o show thatthe whole antmuiof the opr )osition was bad. For instance one ol :hera would ask a question, or oflcra sug- gestion, and then the rest of tlie crowd, without waiting ur an answer by the pcaker, would begin to kick and clap belr banas, snd howl like a band of Piute 'ndiaos. One gentleman who was present :ays that tbe worst spirit was manifested hat has come to bis notice for many years, and he Is a man who is usually conserva- 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 >een. 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 dusffusted with tbo heathenish actions >f the uncultivated boobies who were there issembled. The more decent of the Green- Jackers ate ashamed of tbe whole aflair. 'hey don't like- 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 meet- Ing was beld, when the people were abl> iddressed by Hon. H. Hamlln and Capt. A. Bontelle. On Saturday a letter was ecelved here from Mr. Wood, President jf the Republican club at Corinoa, saying hat the flag hail been fired upon several by persons who were hostile to lie Republicans. Tbe true anlmns of tbe ppoaltion seems to be showing Itself all around. !OHB ABODT DKXTEB EX- I PLANATHON. 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 remem- bered that half the property belongs to tbe ansettled'estate of Eben Dale, late of Bos- on, auditor tbe patt eight years It has managed b; trustees of the same. Tiey hare, in I the meantime, been closing np Ibe aflslri of Mr. Dale's estate as rap- dly M having already disposed at oonsldersble tnOl property In other parts of the eujnniry. It Is to be un- derstood that] nttdef to say nothing about the bosbiess depress- eogtb. makes botjone ton the mills would Dexter to be ratucr on Iho uiLrcast.. A in idc .1 tt w w by some person vhofee judjr t VLTJ iraj the iwt, t i iOj6-rn UIL temperance meetings unttl after eleuion hut there were enough people n the club pcoji'c who a-c not ilc nn- mcrscd m politics as to int 'ho ro- Torm u.ovamcrt liai ilonc lor t) to step on that nropOMt.on it once and it has uot been hleacd 1 rom K ing fact that Llic attend inve upou tf t t (ii- day tcmpeirauce meeting I in growing fora nutuher of wcoTv- 1 liere are Dot man> unions: the ors who it then duty in tbe cuin- election to   t r 't L MI-MING" Our Hcpriescut itivc in tlic Honorable or George Wafcwngtt n Laild, and tlic Hot orab o John B 1'osti advertised to 'peak ,buc 1 here to morrow that the former s Will at Town Hall, and I un- tcviac individual will open Hon. p. F night, but I uiiJcrsiand that the former gentleman sinot to coinc tb it cmincrt financier was forinerlv in tbe jewelry trade in Auburn, Sir E R Pierce, wi'lj speak instead of tho handsome and elo- quent Lidd.l Th.-> Pierce the same f  Dexter Light infentrr will aite: muster ac JDover this year chough some, of Ac memDeBs will probab v 1001 withth" AbBoc company. The G A It j Post mi. posBibly-.goj over one or two as a organization O the Klndergarte'n. F SMITH'S Kinder wten vtill begin dcpLembcr 15ib at house No 1, bit> Street t i here ill ue an advanced claes for the older tihitdrea In Kindergarten, and in such primary secool ICModfi us they are reutly foe. Iw SU3V Flowe 1MER HATS rs Many ge lot that mast be soul, and all other Tri rimrnmgs, Goods at Half Price, at CJ W- COFFHTS, 19 JWJ15 Franklin Family School. Sept-l' ply to auiIS TOP8HAM, term will oommetice WBDNKSDAY. 18J9. JU 8MTX0, 'f b .A ill have in tbe property must be disposed fof, and Ihe cffairs I ofj the estate genirallv, closed up. In order to do this it s nec- essary that there be a general cleaning i p of the stock, and that the machinery come to a pause Np stock lus been boug'it for some time, a few weeks probability, the 11 be shut uY..... How long this st itx of things Bill cont.n- ue, of course, remains to be may be.but a few it may be much long- er It is fair to hope, m view ot the improvement in null business id reported all over Che State, that some jur- ty mjy take tho properly at once and, set things to It tn ikes a. great: dif- ference to Dextcrj whether the mills arc all runmrjg to thcfr full capacity, or tun- ning onlyy small! portion of macbtoerj. For quite liiey have been! do- 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 pects, but that, as I have before lotiqated, the cslvtc, whicm has a large interest in the property, lias got lo bi closeijl up There are plentyjof, lunkheads will to make poetical c ipital out of the adairs of Dexferl miVls, but by so doin0' they only show their But then, they are expected to da that, in fact, thc> show their ignorance, rascality, by belonging tojthc Greenback, party at all 'i'berc is to picnic it Co (to-day ers from alll 11 tells me thit this dosing up mills ha.3 110 connection or ol i. i.lcrcnt parts of the htatc, iverot ttuiperancc wouhl ie Greenback partv, lorth-x V a I I NFWSPAPFK!   

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