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Bar Harbor Record (Newspaper) - April 25, 1900, Bar Harbor, Maine Degrasse Fox Buie dins. Insurance Bicker the leading unto paper and the Only lety journal on Blount desert Island vol. 14. To. 12. Bab Halb Bob Maros wednesday even Ling april 25. 1900. Price 6 cents f. Shirley Goddard. Paul Hunt Goddard Hunt architects contractors and estate mortgages and insurance office bar Harbor . Rovn Aci iks formerly Yoou Plevi by the late John rent for the season or for a term of year the House has recently been remodeler and equipped with new plumbing to Goddard a Hunt bar Harbor or de Grasse Fox Philadelphia will open May 1,1900.w. To. I Ark amp co. Of Washilo Stohr. Cor. It. Desert and main sts., and in the Grant bloc la main Street below it desert Street. Wili open for season of 1900 with n most a Complete Stock of Rattan Makria India and or holstered furniture with the finest j spank so junk and turkish Rug its curtains and materials of nil kinds. Everything suitable for furnishing a room or a cottage in an artistic Way at a Low Cost. Inexpensive furniture coverings Down cushions Etc. Orders Lorke Upholt Cong and covering old furniture laying matting hanging curtains making cushions bedding Etc., will be Given prompt attention by the Moat careful and competent Sale quot in lots to suit. The parcel of land comprising one and one half acres formerly occupied by Des Isle hotel has been subdivided into Twenty eight House lots which will be sold on easy terms. Since the late acceptance in last town meeting of new Des Isle Avenue these lots have become very desirable. Price $400 to $1,600. For full particulars and plat of land apply to Coppari amp Hunt to rent for the coming season. New and attractive House the poplars quot owned by l. A. Robertf esq., of Beeton to be flushed april lath situated on the Corner of it. Desert find High streets. Thia House is equipped with every mod Ern convey Deuce attractively furnished and suitable for family Comfort at Home and entertainment. It includes seven master and four Gervais quot rooms four Bath rooms and a Roomy English basement. Full particularly incl dog plan of House on application. Thin House commands an unobstructed View of the Muir talks and is in a very desirable location. We have also a Large list of cottage of varied and in desirable locations. Full particulars on wish to Call attention to the fact that the follow Nar department Are thoroughly equip ted for a jobbing Bual cuu Attar Bow Larm or How Small the Job. And at such prices that it will pay to gel our Esmat before a Oln elsewhere. We can Supply men from any of uie following no matter Bow 1 b before a a a a department at an hour s notice and can do the work at noes w with the lowest figure. Ill compe Ecarpenter department. First class carpenters Cabinet makers and lathers. For repairs or new department. Milline department. Wood working machine it l8 running la Honra a Day the year round and we can do your band sawing planing and milling while you wait. In our Kiln dry will be found a Good sup of Ria hard Pine Floorn Maple flooring Quarte ing White Wood in boards i to Square Stock. Aiho one Inch and two Inch quartered Oak Spruce and Cypress. Bricks. Portland and Rosendale Cement Lime Adamant hair and Cal lined plaster. Masons constantly on hand for jobbing and fireplace department. Full assortment of paints Olaila and Oil a. Also being agents for a prominent Wall paper House we can sell decorative paper As Low As the lowest. Birch and Oak floorboards Plank and and Pine Clear we write straight fire insurance and also wish to Call your attention to the fact that we iii Urt llie recovery of rents in Case of Are. This is of special value to parties Lei exiling on regular rentals. We be present the following companies the Continental and the american fire insurance co s of new York the scottish Union and National insurance co. Of Edinburg Scotland and the Union Assurance society of new to look on Good Seo Arity in amounts not less than $500. Att emotive plans and specifications for houses from $650 Juv Goddard Hunt. Cotta a Jot it Blair ashes never help Anna. Build up sew property when Are. Baa destroyed the old. But insure the Good solid dollars that come when they Are most needed h. W. A quot a a a a any 4 Man to a new Home or has set him up in business Arcain. Ance Money a in Many a Man to a new Home or Nas rep tent Only Strong Rel Lable comps ies. The of Grant co., Ellsworth and bar Harbor me. Voln to a race lii. 1 uster hate this Washin up an Primpie round on sunday an Morin two three hound in Church a Wishin to was monday but lately i m so awful As soon s i git through eaten i m just on pins and a Les till its time ter go ter Meetin. The pro vement in my Spearance too a says is jest sur Frisin. She tributes it ter regnar hours a n meals an Early resin but a says i m in never mind Tain t no ways Wuth repeat Ina s foxy. Guess he members Why he liked ter go ter Meetin. I never seen such bristly hair an co licks though s i m Gettin. Them freckles too. Gee Whiz i an clothes. The Rott nest kind of hottin1 tool a so. Say honest i can t stand that sort o treating. Nice boys like me had Orter sure. Look decent Goin ter meet. Huh 1 of it s tout a mile i guess a hitches up the Surrey an drives a Over. Me ? 1 walk. Taint fur. Don t need to hurry it s Shady too an a she s Scart per fear o me Over earn. Sides most times Neh a girl 1 know cuts Cross lots Goin ter Meetin. Tiosh i Val win Liolin hands ii fui. The old Bell s All done ringing fore me an Nell gits Down i the Stile. But Ain t the Birds jes sin Ginin Trees an Clover smelling great i d sooner git a Beatin than stay at Home. Say it s awful Nice on sundays Goin ter Meetin. Maurice Clifford j Hanson. Court news. Use of a Short and Twet session at Ellsworth. An Insu Aiice Case occupied the attention of the court held at ill Woith last week thai of mrs. Caroline o Lonnell of Ellsworth is. Boston Terra tile fire and Marine insurance company. This was an action to collect on an insurance policy issued to the plaintiff by its agent. O. W. Tapley on a dwelling on Willow Street. The House while unoccupied took fire and w is destroyed and the company declined paying for tie same As a permit for vacancy had not been granted. \ h. Drummey of kills Wortlie was attorney for the plaintiff and Leslie c. Cornish of Augusta for the defense. The jury rendered a verdict for the defense. The jurors were from w Ednes Vlay afternoon until 1 riday morning at j o clock. Friday was devoted to criminal business. In the morning ,alias Arthur Neal one of the lads who was indicted for breaking and enticing and larceny was arraigned and plead not guilty. Voung Neal was arrested for burglary it Orland at tie store c t Wentworth Vuk. Dorr in i Ebri iary the court room it al tilled Satin Day morning by iii Osl who had come to listen to the pleas in the Case of stale is. Alden Carter of i st Ellsworth. This was a prosecution tor cruelly wounding and torturing i cou. The county Atli Ney or. John e. Luck or jr., being ill Siul unable to be preset Lilie court a Pointel i. H. Deasy Esq us liar lla Borto Ai i temporarily As pro Sci uling Olicer. Hon. John Bredman a speared in defense. I he circumstances were that a Sci Ghoul cow which strayed onto Carter s land against whom he had some feeling came Home badly Cut with a a ack knife. Several witnesses were examined. The evidence on the part of the slate was almost entirely circumstantial. Anion other things the state showed As affecting Carter s credibility As a visit Ness that he was in 1896 convicted of assault upon his Mother or. Kerman made a forceful argue. Ment for the respondent. He criticised the absence of direct testimony saying that the mosaic Law required truth to be established out of the Mouths of two or three witnesses. He deplored the fact that the mosaic Law is not observed More closely saying that there would belittle need of courts Juies and county attorneys. Or i easy reply Cal Ali u lie spoke diff Dently about the mosaic Law in presence of or. Redman who besides being a sound civil and criminal lawyer was undoubtedly the or a it mosaic lawyer in Maine he remembered however one mosaic Law which reads quot Whoso Smit Cui his father or his Mother shall surely be i it to in View of Liis he said "1 agree wit ii in a life Redman if Law were now in ton e no subs i Lute county attorney would to re it iii red to try Alden v. Carter i Liis term of Rouit i Artel was Sei item de to Muiir months 111 jail for cruelty to Rthur Neal Lui and enticing received a sen Tom e of i to years in the state prison. A Inwood f. Ciles appeared for the remix indent. The jurors were dismissed . Planned and commenced last summer but was not completed though the demand was such that or. Cleaves arranged to receive a few patients there in the Early fall and All through the Winter it has Seldom been without occupants thus demonstrating the Wisdom of his venture. The Hospital will be formally opened the first of May and will be in readiness to Cater to All the business that May come to it during the summer. The Hospital is a Large two Story building 41x48 feet on the ground with a Large airy basement situated on Cedar Avenue. The Box stalls Are Roomy and Well ventilated. All the stalls have sewer connection. An attractive office opens off the Large reception room and Back of this is a room that will be used As a pharmacy. The building is so built As to admit of plenty of sunlight and air. Or. Clear is will be on hand to give his personal attention to patients and will have in hi5 employ competent men As assistants. In the treatment of fancy dogs l r Cleaves has had a Large experience and unusual Success. The acquisition of such a Hospital As this will be fully appreciated before the season is Over. At present or. Cleaves has Tulve patients a dog a cow and three horses All of which seem to appreciate their pleasant quarters and the excellent care Given them. Was it incendiary contractor and builder. Shop cottage st us Harbor. Me. Veterinary Hospital. Of. L. Sherman Cleaves prepares to care for a sick animals. During several years of veterinary prac Tice in bar Harbor or. E. Sherman Cleaves has often had occasion to see the necessity for a veterinary Hospital a place where sick horses and dogs could be taken and treated apart from the other animals of their owners. Not Only through the summer season was this need apparent but in the Winter As Well. It was the Lack of some such place As this that prompted or. Cleaves last sea son to decide to erect a building to be used for this purpose this building was Edward b. Mears. Cottages for rent or for Sale office bar Harbor Maine. The Prescott far Hooie entirely destroyed by fire. Between to lice and four o clock tuesday morning the farmhouse owned by or. John and miss Sarah Prescott situated about one mile from the Village was totally destroyed by Tiro and All its . The lire was discovered by or Shirley Goddard who on Awakening saw the fire from his window. Hastily dressing be started on his bicycle and was joined by the night policeman. When they reached the scene it was 100 late to even give the tire alarm. The House was Heap of ruins. There seems to be bul Littie doubt but the fire was the work of an incendiary As the House had been All Winter. The House was fully and Well furnished and contain d All the personal b e-1 it Nging of or. I Rescott and his sister. On these was an insurance of ,<.ir , mass i is quite a Hokeii up Over the loss. Or. I Rescott and his i n Weie in work ii the Faim the Day previous incl they lid not go into the u u get i looks on the driveway indicated .1 i Arriage Lead i Een driven up to the . Diin the night. Miss i Lerou who been lir in ill the Village dining tie Winter Lead ier piano writing de Kinda Pii Tures w Illi Hei w hich w i e a i \ i 1. A false alarm. Kev or Owen of theonis National i dutch exchanged pulpits wit i the Rev or. Forsyth of Bucks Jort. Sunday. Or. Forsyth is an Peloqin it preacher by t the Sermon sunday evening proved to be the most moving he Ever attempted to deliver. The Church was filled to its utmost capacity. The Lext had been announced and the preacher was Well underway in the introductory part of his discourse when one Man and then another sprang to his feet and started for the door. To the utter astonishment of the speaker the entire congregation it of the Church door in one wild Seething mass of people. A occupied was m t i Oisiu with the matter in hand he had not heard the like Bell strike that signal note of terror a iii a coming in the Wake of such a lire As visited us Only a fest before i an ies consternation to the heart of Ever one Wiio listens. The fire proved to in but a la Unrug Chimney Antl in a Ely Hal to listen to is l Roii .1 s non is m 1. Forsyth Ever i in i a a Ltd a a i he Low wages in Japan. I Raizik i pen 1. Liim 1 Liing Chr chances for \ Oiin my in tin 1 .11 i is quot writes from i m a 1 veiling Post mechanics Are tuc it be cents a Dayi arpent enter s Mil Phis tii Eis Recei al evil Inie Lents. Stone i utters and Twenty Whiee revils and Brick layers Twenty i iii tents Pei Day. Shoemakers Are seventeen cents paperhangers tue ity one cents jewellers Twenty two cents Ami saddlers and harness makers Twenty cents. Those Wiio make tobacco and cigars get seventeen cents compositors and printers get seventeen cents and blacksmiths Twenty cents. Tailors who can make european clothes receive Twenty cents and common workmen who do the hardest of manual labor Are paid thirteen cents and woman receive eight cents per Day of the weavers men get twelve cents and the woman eight cents a Day and in other manufacturing industries about the same the wages ranging from ten to Twenty five cent.��, with less wages for women and children the latter often receiving not More than five or six cents a Day. These wages it must be remembered Are the average wages Over the Empire. In some of the cities they Are higher and in others Laws for april and May. Sea Salmon May now be taken with single Hook and line until september fifteenth. Ice fishing Laws Are in Force until the going out of the ice after which time landlocked Salmon Trout and Tongue May be taken with single Hooks and lines artificial flies artificial minnows spoon Hooks and spinners except in those Waters especially protected for stocking purposes. No Perch May be taken in any Way from the first of april until the first of july but one taken by Accident when trolling for other fish is not a violation of the Law and it May be retained. Liars Pickerel White fish and other fish not mentioned in the Laws Are unprotected and May be caught at any time except in certain Waters where All fishing is pro i listed then by special permit. Transportation of Salmon Trout or Tongue is forbidden above 25 pounds of All when accompanied by the owner and limited to ten pounds or one fish when unaccompanied but legally tagged As provided for by the statute per Nutting Purchase of shipping tags of agents at slip ping Points. I undersized Salmon less than five inches in length shall not be caught under heavy penalty. Limit , and smelts for use in one s own family May be taken from those streams otherwise closed to fishing. Anglers limited to 25 pounds of fish of Salmon Trout or Tongue or All three in one Day s trip As Well As in transportation. In certain designated Waters there is still further limitation the number of fish permitted being specified. Guides for non residents need not be employed during these two months and for the succeeding five months Only when camping and building fires on wild lands and not under the charge and Protection of a registered Hunting notes. The american army officer in action is the subject of a paper which senator Albert j. Beveridge contributes to a forthcoming number of the saturday evening Post. During his visit to the archipelago my. Beveridge was the guest and Comrade of generals Lawton and King and he tells some stirring stories of the undaunted courage of the tried Indian fighter and the nonchalant coolness of the army novelist. In Mcclure s Magazine for May. Prof. Dean c. Worcester of the Philippines commission will give an account of general Lawton and his campaigns As professor Worcester came to know them in the course of his intimate association with Lawton in the Philippines. The article will be illustrated with a series of portraits of Lawton and other pictures in Mcclure s Magazine for May. Kay Stannard Baker will Tell the fairly romantic Story of quot the new Prosperity quot that has burst like a Miracle upon the world and particularly upon the i United states within less than two years. The mount desert nurseries. We Miller manager. Trees shrubs vines herbaceous and bedding plants. Planting of every kind planned and carried out. The nurseries Are open to visitors. The office and greenhouses Are upon the Schooner head Road and have Telephone connection. Chas. C. Burrill amp son Cie izeral iii Mirauce Syrenth. Kills Wortlie and liar har mtr. the following Well known f ii Insixi Raiffe Louii iii ill a i Kiwi ill iii. Co it it a liar Foril. Horton Ilia. Cd. Of Stiim Toni. It la it a la iii fire ii. Of iii ii. Laii Vrr flip iii Cir a if Voik Ilowite i it air acc co. It Ivow Turk. Wearl titter fire Ina. Co. Of mrw York Imperial inn. Co., j.t<l., of Loii. 4reei>\vlth Liia. Co. Of York. I his iii iii it o. Of it lii a Imler. Kiiji it Milliou fire iii it o no Sittni Wiik fire Lux in. Of it Gurlt Ritler in 11. a iii Ian Ilia. It u. Of hex lilt a it a1, we. Rogers manager. Bar Harbor Branch. Raw l Lokaj. Liat Viv. Wanted cottages to rent. We have some desirable cottages to rent. W f will your in court -. Will rent your him party. We will look it tar property. Call or inure is Clark a merchant ,me. Real estate brokers and bal Lalni , office. Grant build nor Elf Wiott thl Phonh. Be circe l. Stebbins Seal Harbor real estate. Cottages for Renn building lots on sea Cliff drive for i Ata offices Seal Harbor me., and 102 produce charge n. A

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