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Bar Harbor Record (Newspaper) - July 25, 1900, Bar Harbor, Maine A of a at. De Rasm pox building. Insurance broker j. ? to the leading county paper and the Only society journal on flaunt desert Island. Degrasse Fox real estate. Cottages for rent vol. 14. No. 26. Bar Habboba Haine wednesday july 25, 1900. Price 5 cents f. Shirley Goddard a Paul Hunt co Pard Hunt architects and builders. Real estate mortgages and insurance office bar Hamb ii Maine. In this space will appear next week a special announcement of j. Milton Allen amp co., . A. I Ark amp co., of wa.shi1vgton. Cor. It. De ert Cind main st�., and in tie Grant bloc Evlain Street below Vilt desert Street has opened for season of 1900 with a most Complete Stock of Rattan Maderia India and upholstered furniture with the Faient japanese jute and to Orkish rugs curtains and materials of nil kinds. Everything so Citable apr furnishing a Roem or a cottage in an artistic Way at a Low Cost. In Papen ive furniture coverings Down cushions Etc. Orders lor re upholstering and covering old furniture laying matting hanging curtains making cushions bedding Etc., will be Given prompt attention by the most careful and competent workmen. to Kalb Habsi a. Enfiajian has opened his store for this season with a Superb line of Fine persian other Oriental runs also Soma Fine Turquois Opal and other gems. Store under Porcupine hotel main Street. R. H. Kittredge Opeai a fancy groceries and provisions at wholesale and retail. Guns fishing Tacl be stoning goods and Tabie goods of All kinds. 21 kit. Desert st., bar Harbor me. Board of Trade. An Inte Reatini adjourned Meeller a a riots Matten data Cusmo. E. J. Totten amp co. Will reopen their store not theist Harbor for the Mont i of August with a full and attractive line of the my muted note fire like lightning to be tally protected against lots by either of these unwelcome visitors. Look to our Coop Les for thia Protection they give it surely and safely and cheaply the c. H. Grant co., bar if Arbor. E. At the adjourned meeting of the Pard of Trade tuesday evening gen. Borreil stated that to halts to excellent co operation of All hands <303 shares of Stock at to a share had already been sold for the fair and horse show. He urged that the members continue their efforts. Hon. J. P. Bass spoke a warning word against any relaxation of Effort at this time. He thought double the amount already pledged might be needed in Case of inclement weather. Or. Bass spoke of the absolute necessity of making the coming affair a Success in the interests of the place and sport generally. This is a subject upon which or. Bass is Privi Ledger to speak As one having authority because of Large experience in managing fares and races. Gen. Borreil also announced that the committee has finally fixed upon August 31, 22, and 23 As the Days of the show. John s. Kennedy Morris k. Jesup Vav. E. Clark and o. N. Johnson were and milled to membership. George b. Dorr read a letter from Edgar Scott who was appointed chairman of the committee on boating events by the nominating committee stating that in View of llie fad Vav Jitich Lead been previously overlooked that a sub committee had already been appointed to take charge of this matter he thought it desirable that the braid should reconsider its action and i. Don a Lilied a Resolution to such effect. . Borreil stated that he would prefer that no such action be taken. He thought the suggestions formerly made by the nominating committee and endorsed by the l Oard had been taken in the Beliet that the Best interests of sport could so be Subserve and he preferred that the committee stand. He suggested that the commit tee be enlarged so that the members appointed on the special committee on boating affairs by the general committee who were not in the list complied by the nominating committee should be included. Or. Dorr withdrew his Resolution by request and took the Opportunity of stating that the nominating committee in making its report overlooked the fact that the body had authorized the general committee to appoint a sub committee tor boating affairs. Liis committee As finally made up consists of Edgar Scott i airman f. M. Conners win. Lawrence Ireen Antonio Stewart . I Anson a. P. Draper and Vav. M. Koerts. Or. Taylor then suggested that the Hoard seriously consider the of Bavins one place in town set Oti i for a general promenade a matter that in considered had been neglected Long enough. He thought the West Side of led Elan Avenue from it. Desert Street to the Woods would be an excellent situation but was willing to leave the matter of location to the committee on and highways to which he moved that the matter be referred. Or. Dorr tiiou4lit the suggestion an excellent one it within reach. Or. Reynolds was of the opinion that in Case ledge Lawn Avenue was selected it should be carefully considered so As to not interfere with the 1 unitarian Church property. The matter was referred to the Loni Mittee As suggested by or. Taylor. Or. Taylor also spoke in favor of the building of a bicycle path trom Ledi Lelawn to Robin Hood Park and gave several \ Ery cogent reasons therefor. Tie matter was referred. Upon motion of e. S. Clark it a is voted that 25 be Given by the Board for a cup to be placed in the hands of the general committee for use at the coming fair. China s Calendar. Lief Force. All unprotected foreign building ii pm kin destroyed. June 18�?chine.se in Taku forts fire on Allied fleets. Allies reply and capture forts. June 19�?Relief Force under British Admiral Seymour reported outside Pekin. June 20�?i Elcin reported taken by Admiral Seymour s Relief Force. Emperor said to have fled to Manchuria. June 21�?tien Tsin bombarded by chinese. American consulate destroyed. June 22�?foreign ministers reported Safe. Pekin in state it of anarchy. June 23�?Seymour said to be surrounded Between tien Tsin and capital. United states Admiral Kempff cables for re enforcements at tien Tsin. June 24�?six thousand five Hundred United st ites regulars with larger Fleet than Dewey had at Manila sent to tien Tsin. June 25�?eight thousand allies landed at Taku. Allies enter tien Tsin after hard fight. June 26�?Seymour Heli graphs quot legation Safe. Hard june 27�?riots at to Chow. Quot kill foreign devils quot cry of boxers. June 28�?Seymour reported to have held out fifteen Days against hordes of chinese. Haw not reached i Ekin. Forced to return to coast. June 29�?United states battleship dre a on hastening to seat of War grounds on a Rock thirty tive Miles from Che Foo. Russians hinder pro Ress from selfish motives. Lune of word received at Washington that legation at i Ekin were Safe on june -�5. Ministers Given Twenty four hours to leave hit refused i United states assigns Achi iral Remey to chinese naval command. July i Taku dispatch says All legation burned except those of France Germany and England. A on Ketteler s death confirmed. Hacked to pieces while on Way to chinese foreign office. July a a failure of Relief column to reach beleaguered City reported in London. The Kaiser sends 20,000 men to avenge his minister s death. July 3�?scores of Heads on poles p a raced through towns. July 4 Jne thousand Force liners re ported killed in i Ekin. July 5�?chinese Emp re reported a suicide. Empress said to have been pois Ned. July 6�?-.allies in critical condition at tien Tsin. Loss to Date i it co. July a re ports of ministers safety. July s�?l.e4ations announced Safe of the 4th. Tien i Nin still hard pressed. One Hundred thou in Ltd chinese surround City. July 9�? re on clears rocks and to for s . July 10�?loml Iron sent of tien Tsin countries. Circular note to Powers from China tries Toast jul .ition from blame. July foreigners reported to have left tien Tsin for Taku on the 4th. Grave fears for Conger and missionaries. Chancello Rof i Ekin Law diversity reported killed with his family. July 12�?i Eril of legation confirmed. The worst feared. July 13�?.assault on fortified part of tien Tsin. Allies repulsed with heavy los. General Liscum killed. July in ail Hope abandoned. Reports of Slaughter of Conj or his family ail French Antl end Lish ministers continued. July reported sate. July 20�?russia declares War a inst China. July 24�?ministers reported on their Way to tien Tsin i user i said of chinese Imperial troops. �t., the Story of the Pekin horror is summarized As follows june4�?United states minister at i Ekin cables danger to Washington. June 5�?chinese government forbids Landing of More foreign troops. June 6�?german, French Inglish and american ministers warn their overn ments of impending disaster. June 7�?nine Hundred British marines landed to protect Railroad from tien Tsin to Pekin. June 8�?situation at l Ien i sin grows serious. June 9�?lung Chow near Pekin burned and Twenty five native christians killed. June ii Heads of christians carried on poles. Native converts burned alive in Interior. June 12�?japanese Chancellor slain at Man Gate Railroad station by the Empress s bodyguard. June 13�?international column lands at Takton therway for Pekin. June 14�?native troops oppose Advance of column. June 15�?foieign legation virtual Pris donors in Imperial City Empress posts 100,000 troops outside Walls to prevent Entrance to allies. June 16�?german Baron von Ketteler reported slain. American churches in tien Tsin razed. June 17�?boxers Cut Railroad behind re Edward b. Mears. Cottages for rent or for Sale office bar Harb ii Maine. A off for Sale 250 acres on Shore Western Side mount Desei to Island by Edward b. Mears of cases quot could have failed to see in them the evidences of his thorough intimacy with All the branches of the English and american Law. No Man of late years has entered our profession More completely and thoroughly grounded m the principles of that profession than was Yonng Herbert Washington. It is not to be doubted that had he lived his career would have been one of great distinction in his profession. But while As yet hardly fully entered upon the race the state of his health compelled him to abandon his profession and to seek in travel and an out doors existence the restoration of his failing strength. In the Pursuit of this he Betook himself to an Otjen air life in the forests and Fields and on the streams and water highways of his native land. He spent Many Summers in bar Harbor visiting the great wilderness of Northern Maine Antl Canada and Winters on the wild bayous and inlets of Louisiana the tilt of Mexico and the Florida Rivers and coastline. Always an enthusiastic Lover of nature he became an ardent and skillful sportsman bringing Home with him Many trophies of the Chase and Many memorials of the Woods and Waters in the midst of which the later years of his life were spent. But alas it Wassail in vain it was too late and the pursuing relentless Fate the Shadow of which was often visible to his intimate friends overtook him at last and he has fallen while yet in the prime of his lite thus battled and disappointed in the Pursuit of what without peradventure would have been a most distinguished and useful career if life and health had been accorded to him. Herbert Washington was a Man of Fine literary tastes and accomplishments a Man of the most gentle and generous nature and refinement of feeling. I will Only add now that his life was As pure anal blameless As his character was admirable and that he was a consist int member of the protestant episcopal Church in the a fairs of which he was always greatly interested. In tie social Circle in which his Brief life a is passed he was greatly beloved and always a great favorite. Fie has breathed last far from his Home and the friends who were so deeply attached to him in the arid wastes of Arizona but he has left a record which though Brief is filled with Sweet and delightful memories. His widow his sister and his Little son now a child oif 8 years survive him. M. Russell Thayer the mount desert nurseries. Miller manager. We we. Herbert Washington. The following Elo fluent tribute is from judge Russ la Thayer of i Philadelphia to William Herbert Washington for years a prominent visitor to bar Harbor. Many friends and More especially his contemporaries of the l Iladel Hia har and the members of the social Circle of which he was a conspicuous ornament will be grieved t a Day upon hearing of the death of William Herbert Washington in the prime of his manhood at Castle Creek in Arizona whither he had gone for the Benefit of his health. He belonged to a family Wirich May truly be called without exciting any invidious feeling in the breast of any Man the noblest in America being a Lineal defendant of Lawrence Washington Grandfather of George Washington. Yet Herbert Washington was a Man of so much natural modesty that the writer of these lines although for Many years an intimate Friend does not remember to have Ever heard him refer to his own origin or to the celebrated family from which he was sprung. He had received a Liberal education and had prepared himself for the profession to which he was passionately devoted so thoroughly that few men have come to the mar with a More Complete knowledge of the Law its beginnings its principles its growth and Progress than he. No Otte who has read attentively for years his accurate and scholarly reports of the decisions of the courts made for the publication known As quot weekly notes 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 p. Hollander a co. Of Boston new York and Newport will Kali bit at Tjemes monday. Tuesday and wednesday july 30-31, and August a Laug ii assout3ient of a foul re Lus lii iii Ltd Imp High it on is. It it Ulf Liik iii id i Eusi iii skirts in Wool ii Tivitt wish Kukri pm. Ladles suit Inyim let i vii outs uii a wraps. Liddles silk und it ius iii shirt jul st l rider we or Nili tes and i it a icy neckwear. Also a it Alvanee styles in clot i so raft and True Clinin Smith coups uus a wraps for autumn Ami Winter Wear. Misses and children s i it resses and it it Ari Rienth toys cloth us and . W. Stratton architect and bal Lalni tiuierluf�9itdcut. Office. Grant built liner to Lemon h. Bar bar Harbor banking and Trust co., mount desert Bloch a bar in Arbor. Cash capital m0,000.00. Surplus 832,600.00 liability of stockholders s60,000.00. Officer a Trust fsr l. It. Mcasy president. Fred c. Lynfatt Sec y and Trees. Vernon g. La us att iss i 7/ens. A. R. Wis Well John a. Peter s or. Fred c. , i. P. Lhasa j to. Hiddle a Orter c. S. Letifu Tiwell w. H. Davis. George l. Stebbins Seal Harbor real estate. Cottages for rent. Building lots on sea Cliff drive for sad offices Seal Harbor me., and i02 produce Exchange n. A a a n

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