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   Bangor Daily Whig And Courier (Newspaper) - December 22, 1881, Bangor, Maine                               'STON coo 2U) B A N G OE TOg ntt'ft; I. ruil JCnd'Kerfilnibeag- ws -f" 00 per jua or '.ttrco :uontlia. sir moatha; BANGOR WEEKLY COURIER [B PUBLISHED EVZilT KUDAY, lir cf Iho Diir.r Wino itii> CoomrH. r', nolliri per Year. in j AGKNOIE3. M n-TTlNOlLl. Co., lOblattBL, Boston. I'.irL [low, New York, arc authorized Affftnta AdvcrtlKincnu anil Bu'jtcjlpllonj '11. SILLS, Agent, Na. 1M 41 Park Eo VANS, 82 Tromonl 8U Boiloa. DOI.D, Apent, Boalon. tent: Cottajo'lionwNo.zilSrchSL r the For i l I il cslrablo I1 tercmc Rent; I Ezcklol Atwood f will boaolilai offlfty Unprs, n. vcr I.. Li rart ntiUoao mcBt In all bo i r ito flfflxed to ;-t n- ilrti tho nubn iniln when colored il crlmloa la pal d. Air '1 J 3 i b 11 C O-' r i no IK. RECEIVE D. I r i CHAS. doi7 roiipd in D WIN EL'S. A. WINCHESTER, (Succc-aor lo Tcarl ft Webb) Commission Merchant, BANGOR AUCTION ROOMS, JVo. EG BoMjf.ta B, P.; I i t a riisWli LIVING TKOFIT n KIDDEH n by BUCBEE THE A. In Congo OOD CHRIS1MI CHAS. s. PEARL, I toTcarl 4 Webb) 43H Eilito Srobr, -No.'O Konduflkoac Blnclc. NOAH DEARBORN, Corner of Montgomery'and Grant Streets, of nek, will, inihormurc.ilcvoto lo iho bmtpcfu. refer ihuao la cwMJU'CU( to Dr. Laugh 103, na ho ban ijurs i I itjvrrnl or his patlcnla ID tlmts ;iaBL 1 Uijc hJni a call when yoti aro Blck. w; Jffico Nol 2 t-2 Strlckland'i Block, when dealrtd, and mil work  V. d M toSSoenli. Uoenu. Kiel BtolO OJ. TS to fi 00, w a su. all bnn In Flea Mljdllnga. i COTTON SKKD MIAL- Canada L Orxhjun ihomv k Floor, clew, WeitcmcloAr, bulk, frm AdTcrtlncmento antler the bwui or'Unilnou No t. COB, "io ccnu per lino, cich InwrtJoa.ror lolld STATE NEWS. d U Any one wlflMnc to ljuy can't fall to TJC CHHRM8-MORE THAN 100 STYLES. FULL LINE i F CLOCKS. Gr-olcJ :a and Murkot co'ioUinLJy etoct, Sold 1st. Harlow Street aU tor Goods. and Kenduskeag Bridge. CHRISTMAS GOODS Th J0 Great i B Entire Sto One Pla mm m GOLD Immense Stock Bogera Bros. KnlVes, Hod-action izi Pricoa. k must be dlosed out 'during the next thirty'days. j f the most, complete lines of i ed Warej and, Fancv Goods ijxr of Silver Plated kete, Card Rec elversl Casters MB B4HD PENCILS, Bas- Plckle Jars, Nap- Vases and n'cy Pieces. orks and Spoons, Icrgest Btoefe In'Bangor, at redaced rates. ol tho aboro ruuncd gooda c n aivo raocc? by calllogat ANFORTH'S Nqxt. Door. Off iCB. GYERGOAT 's fair Black 'g Medium CUlnc data n lla' Overcoats, 's good For. Beayi ClDthlng XMAS 1881. M Thpro may bon fbwnrtlclci! In our ctjrk c for j HOLIDAY PRESENTS, i on have not thoqKht. PlciBQ ozatnlno si bflow, rcmtmt-rrlrK liat ITO nro hcml- :artcrs for our line. bu Pnzor Strops and Imported fiazors, American and Impoited Jcis- sors and Shears, Car-' vers, Forks and Steels, n Sets and Flrcst Lino of R. 10 D. 2 Send Bridge, Bangor, Me. deoIO GILES M CO. Tlio Journal snys tlmtHr. Stovoneon.llic Italno CcDirJ cnKlnccr, has completed tor tho proposed two bncctKJa of tiiclr rpnd at and for opcnlox railroad communication with thh Barker mill nna.rnrwcll'3 now pill. Tno- route surveyed Is some over twoballcs fir. R. C. Reynolds, tlio nzcnt if tbc LowTston Machine Juit put several I thousand .dollars worth of now lajhcava now bollcr.tind otbcr machinery Tljo )yachlnoCompa'.y has had a aplcndld business tho past year. The slihp haB had to turn awsj ordern for thou- aalids of looms. It I- now at work on "00 lojims und tho shafllciJ for Iho'now at. Cnolx mill at St. Stephen. This mill will American machinery, wholly, i The chlnj shop Is also-mating looms and sh ifilnplor lour or IJfo other mills In the D4mlnlon. Tho Canadians aro anxious gh to'havo Anjcrlcan mschlacry that nro willing pay p'cr'ccnt. crpsacs tbo JJ8t. do this In order to compqo with Atfu-rlcan goods. Tho machlno shop BOW 'SKuventoas of pis: Iron pur Pig n Is cosllog'820 per ton at Jhcshlp" X port. It was, at ono to I 'ha says a man at Bracket's swam 'n Portland, bad his thumb badly' lac- 11... ,t cauKhtIn Ulo crilotl by Main Street, BANG-OR, thcl'r friend lie to examine Ihclr a nd'l Qio pnb- 'V POCKET m Maine, cmbrnclcj MD attLlfArnrr Silver Plated Knives, Forls and ipoon's, Revolvers, tlie fyost Desirable Patieins, Whips, Sleds, Clothes Wringers, Clocks and Skates. large iFrBsl Soft or Bools JUST RECEIVED, DInmonda. and other Gomfll Fine Jewelry and (VatchoH. i Cloths, In Gilt and Marljlb, Bronzes, Falonco, Por :clftln, Party und Bull Eoonl Fans, Klch Fancy Qoodt, etc. l The Latest Novelties of the Season, onr stock Urn nnd mDBL itlractlyo hnvo ever offaicil for Iho InBpccfloh or our patrons and tlio puMle. SOLII> SILVER The Gorlmni Blanof'K Co., Tho child named Mc- pulled over on (o her n nk, In 1'ortlan of scaldlngliet tea that had been pine- on tho refreshment table. It Is Icnrcd i cannot aurvlvu. j UD mcctlntr of tho Bowdoln Boating Association, Mr. W. G. Riid, of tho scnlorclass, was elected to rcircBcnt tbo college, at a meeting of dolo- gnlcs oi different collbjjcs to make arrango- mdnta for a roco tho coming mitetlng to bo held W New York JahuaryJ This action waa taken In rcBpor.so to an Icvlratlon from tho Lako Qcorgo. Amattur Rowing Aeeoclttlon. llr. Joshna AriamBJfiled at Wilton, llon- BBAPERY; Pairtieres, Curtai OTTOMAN8 HASSOCKS, CARPET SWEEPERS, Stc. A, NOVELTIES rou TI SOLID Sweet's JCC17 Co., llilAlll) 47 West Market Square. USEFUL PRESENTS CHHIQTMAS. 3S, .BAGS. -BA Wo have ifclo BCMOEi An uncsnal nRO, amontf are Qsfa, idiWond TrtvelUnff. a fine aBDrLmontofTmnkn. Tho mofll crWnilvo varie- ty of Trunks and BOBB over ohoirn in tho city, now on exhibitions ThoftowIshinK1 to purchsfre, arc invited tO YlBi( our etoro before purctLasIpg oltCrthcro. 0. JS. ILOMBAED, COy Kenanskeng1 Brldgf. Sfeds and. Skates, You can fliul ovcrjUiIoslQthlslUiDat W.' P. DICKEY 4 dccM I Thomas Jenncss A Son. J. B. B. M. Kiiowlos. STERLING SILVER GOODS, With or wlpiout Catco, for WEDDING OR HOLIDAY GIFTS Tho Largest Lino of j PLATED WARE Krcr abowji In Hanger, fin Triplo and Qciaclmple I1 la to, froa llcacra liron Ikod A B.ipWn, The1 Doiby ailvcr 1'Jata Co famlth A po. rjato-1 Knives, Tea Cako nasjeolfl, Castcre, flnpar -poona, CuucrKnlVofl, Forks and Tea Spoons. Call an'I BM oar NOTcllIctj In ISJUEIBE FfiNCy GOODS. goo da Trnrrantoi] AS CHARLES HALE ft Bangor. furotxxm. Ho watf nearly eighty yeara IRC. flo formerly] (resided at Farmlng- wbcro ho was highly cBtocmcd as a .Inc-ss pan and an member of tho igregatlonal church. meycd Wilton whero ho has rciided for many ytrtrj, highly respected. Ills huslqcss is a tanner manufacturer, which mxdo him well known. I Ua.cock. 3co..ffi Grant, of tho firm of J.T. Grant lumber manufacturcra and dealers, died on Sunday eight last, froffl heart dlacaac, after ullngcrlng Illness. J I It Is said, that tb6 jElmwood'nouso.-at Wdtcrrlllc.has been purchased by'ci-Gov. Coburn for Dr. JFitzgcratd. Mr. Cflburn pays aboilt being tho-clalms'of tho bank andjthc aBjrumc5 certain othor tho csthtc. I I Th'o ahdp Dubbnlr j Blako, at Is rapidly rpbulll aad'fi to bo Improvement on Iho aVo about complctlni AYS ......iO BSEEUL! C, C, HOLID invlto tho rvllonllo artlc'cBlultvulc Tor at prices [bat will illon p vcr'0 0 lo 1M tSs, i lo I UpcrLmjdrcJ. to 1 K, 0 U> 1 73 rc CURTAINS, i Poles, Cornices, ore. a grrat iBCJadc.: "i -T Foot FoldinglCliairs, Marble and Walnut Sta Walnut A. [B. Bates ijop tholr.stcam saw mil mill which was plnccd last over cloven tons. XhciToama! says: rTho llnlno Ccrilral's carpenter crow.put tho finishing touches ort fh'o now depot nt Monmonjb, Satordny. ;t Ifi one of tho wooden depots in Tho men commenced on a now office nnd'other Js raprovcm Monday. I i The ZJt ;ntB at thi Oxfo says: as Mr. Cutnmlnga, of back tho IVIptbrop station, l I j. i Ono dsylast WccV, >outh Parla. wos'cn- tcnm owned by Mr. IjIne'Teas; Coffee, .Pare Spice.' CIGARS CIQAFiETTES. il Cttliluf IZaMiiii ciitnciy _ Muttatd Candles and Bptrt Extrads'i'Cannod fr.lts, ChocolMo, 1 GBllatlne, Soa Moss, ?rank Starblrdj tlio yqko broke and let tho c.iil on tip tieola of tqo horeca. They bo- catoo frightened and'nin across tho street at.d brougjit np1 njialnjt a. maplo tree with such violence Irjuro oao horso very severely. horso also wai Injured by a plclicfwhlth pcntlrajed hl3 breast to tho depth ol about two Inches. Ttila'waa tbo samo team [bat handler! Iho Premium O.K. Plow EO well without driver at tho State Fair, and Is probably thp beat broicn Warn In tie. courjty.. Tho iDJurcd horso Is valued nt 3300, anlj arc probably fatal. I T Cant. ITcnry! Ulackftono, of Sblrldyj Is x hit lufflbcrlndopcratlODB In Squaw itand; Rocking C Wood Baikets, Walnut Parlor; Oosks, L Work Tables, Clilldro x's Katmn andKood Olial -s. Patent ocklpKtihn rs, Stu: dcilt's Cl airs, Walnut Boqknuolv cl Ash and Pino Chmitcr Suits', Gilt and Walnut Pi Mirrors, Hat i aro from I Tbfi ana moit of Lhern wci lor UJQ IloIUay l c. c. if public to a oJ Iti ilio clly) of Shkh will [be iwl't tUUon. Our i j p., Jlc. lor Suits, Side 'rocs, Ebony apt-cliin bought dcc21 I have a assqrtment of flne goods saliablc for Carlstmaa ents, In Jewelry) D amends yer Ware, Gold .Chat is, Drac Gold Pens, Opera (lasses. and .Silrer Na; Rings, dc., Mountain townililp wi to, cutandhaulj-clght vigor. Hojntends oasand, clapboard cuti, bteldcaalsrgoinmount of logs nnd cedar to Bnppld hlo fault at Shirley. I tiwoeki-flbT tio Grixcro Awo- NVEDNE3DAY.Dtx3.Sl. 1KL rViopuhcuid of wdt injili oonuln eiyfei bni weight of a tuiJioi of bcui poamlj; of ooutoei, wboai. bocu and co of corn. pouadi: oi 1 pi, rye.1 and inCLui ccJiL, M Toanat; of tmokwhcjit, iltXQO nnnndrV. ftr APPLZS- Bweot, Cooiir.; pouniia, or crca mcjuura u by Oouttrr aSo. 1 t T3to 300. I 2CQIO.S7S. ,Taplcca', "Sago, WHITE. -..j. Article of Agreeme nt Wo TTio ''ploaanntly LAHOE HOU6E i ftnaoo: arid ccar lion. A. kuoprnu Klripi ntiod up.with roomi'jToz or et! Market Men, do txsrotT r raodern JN. A. E 'A. K. J Alfred. C.C. Jt GftO.J. C, OAIB. A i Cf wnliiBldaof UpperPrlacofltreeLTruro, F6r ftirtbcrpKllcnton.a1 1WI toiJAUBa G i.apply to-W. L. PIT- c. ax Hanklcz Company, Q ntii tbd lln cxpQiiboood dJ PEASONS WI8H1HQTO OP (RATE [N 'l pf eaoot Una ooaplota-lofOTnuLU itroet Co IQM I i. OORHEaTONOli VitrrrEvrs JUDD. BroJen y. tt. flias a CO, urokcr.. mr dcolo ires- 811- Gold' 'bin pre- Also crate Pol, mm. I Tailor, 10 to wilt upon tli UUiu, lnj? WaU I 19 rlr lEWSFAPESr lEWSFAPESr   

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