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Bar Harbor Record (Newspaper) - June 9, 1887, Bar Harbor, Maine Re a life iii ref i a ? the Western a Ide. La the North end of the vestry is a Large double window of stained Glass. Of pairs from this room Lead to a parlor 19 by 34 feet with a Eony quient pantry connected with it this will be used for sociable. The main body of tie Church is 40 by 50 feet. The Centre window on each Side will he double of stained Glass with a Small Diamond shaped window at the Apex. Juji one of the diamonds is an open Bible and in the other the name of the Church and Date of erection. In the East end is the pulpit platform partly in a recess and to the left of this is the choir loft. The pulpit will be lighted by a window in the recess and the baptistry font is in the plat fort. The partition separating the vestry from the body of the Church is of panel work in six sections and so Hung with cords and weights that when required it can be Slid up into the Walls above thus making the whole lower floor into one Large auditorium. The Interior Walls of the Church Are to be dad oed three feet High in brawn Ash. Itie ceiling will be eight feet above the plates and All plastered. The vestry and parlor will bad wished in Pine and painted and the Vestibule will be dad oed in Laird Pine. The pews will be of Brown Ash and the floors. Which will All be carpeted of Spruce. The Centre aisle is four feet and the Side passages three feet wide. The body of the Church will seat about 300 people comfortably and the Liole floor. When the partition is raised about 500. The Sti be tire will Cost about $5,000. Elk tic la go it station. The Diamon illuminating co., of Baa Harbor Are fitting up the bid skating rink on Edgewood Street As a Light station and will soon be prepared to furnish the Sawyer Man incandescent lights and the arc Light for illuminating purposes. The company Are putting in Doi Ible engines of 125 horse Power each furnishing 300 a maximum horse Power three boilers two of one Hundred and one of fifth horse Power four incandescent dynamos and one arc Light Dynamo. The Shaft has a capacity for eight dynamos., a Large Coal Isiace is set off quot in the rink and a spare space to Mcconn Iodate dui it i Cate machinery if necessary Litiere will be Twenty Miles of wire through the town and one Hundred Joles. The pie sent capacity of the engines is from 1500 to 2000 incandescent lights. If the alternating system is put in which is very probable to in lights can be carried to any of the cottages within a radius of two Miles of the station. During the Pait Winter the Plant the property of George h. Graut in the mount desert Block has supplied Light to the following places of business Christy amp Jellison s Burl it shop c. O. Cousins. J. Mcdonald a m. Gallert a t. To. Roberts b. S. Ullig Ginsa. G. Bulger s and Soper amp Ullig gins stores e. Gordon s ind g. I. Goodwin s Barber shops and the mount j Esert Bradley Bunker and Hamor blocks about 150 lights in All. The new company will us ply in addition to these the club House West end hotel la Nani House Belmont House st. Sauveur Annex and the methodist Catholic and bad Joist a a he riches. Numerous cottages will also be lighted. The number of lights engaged at present for main Street alone is four Hundred. . Grant retains an interest in the new Reading room. This building is on cottage Street next the cottage of w. H. Rawle of Philadelphia. The front rooms on the first and second floors Are fitted As Reading rooms. In the. Rear on the first floor Are three smaller rooms one of which is a Snook ing room a and another is fitted with desks and a gup by of stationary for the use of those who May wish to write. The smoking room is provided with tables for cards dominoes my other game is allowed. rear rooms on the see Ond floor Are furnished in a similar manner for games. Every room has a stove of ten fireplace and a Large stove in the lower Hall contributes greatly to the Comfort of visitors. A Large variety of newspapers and magazines Are kept continually on hand and the rooms Are Well supplied with tables chairs and Spittoon. The institution was originated last december at the instigation of mrs. G. P. Bowler and . Chas. T. How who liberally contributed toward it. The House has been Rentell for three Hundred dollars per year. It is a great Boon to the floating Winter population of the Village who have to live in crowded boarding houses and that it is appreciated is shown by the Large attendance during the Winter . Itie local committee consists of the following gentlemen Rev. C. S. Liffingwell f. Conners and Jno. T. Higgins. Business blocks. The strip of land known As the Dove property extending from main Street to the Shore and bounded on the North by Albert Avenue was last year purchased a by . Derby and the main Street end Laid out in business lots. These were All bought in a very Short time and the front from Albert Avenue to . Derby s private Way is now occupied by a continuous line of buildings with a frontage of nearly 140 feet on main Street the i purchasers paid .50 per Square foot for the land some of it even costing .00. . Rogers who bought the lot next the Hamer Block was the first to build. His building is four stories High with a mansard roof. The quot store on tie first floor front is occupied As a drug store by a. G. Curtis it is a Large and nicely finished room. In the rear part of the building and entered from Albert Avenue is a dining room which will be kept open All the year by go orge w. Anderson. He has the basement for a Kitchen and spare room enough there for a number of guests. The front rooms on the second floor Wili be occupied by Dri Rogers for offices and the other rooms Twenty three in number will be to rent. The building is to be heated by steam and will have the incandescent lights in the Halls and stores. South of this and connected with it is the building of c. W. Dunbar. A he exterior is precisely similar to the Rogers buildings both being the design of the same architect win. Camac of Philadel i a. . Dunbar is having the lower floor fitted up As a grocery store and will occupy it himself. It will be As commo Diona Ltd convenient a store As any in to Cion extending Back the whole depth of Tow Loi quot Enty Seei. Hie upper floors. A a. A a to a up in cham1>ers to rent. On a ach floor in u hath room which will he supplied with cold water the. Row to i amp a to lose in Bogers Block i if aim win mini to i electric i go amp what next South of the Dunbar Block is that of Fred Johnson of Bangor. It is also a continuation of the same Block and is of the same height four stories but the architecture is somewhat different it having been designed by j. E. Clark of bar Harbor All these three buildings Are about the same size on the ground nearly 30 by 70 feet . Johnson is fitting his first floor As a for Sec lass rest Durant. He has had a Large experience in that line and now has a flue restaurant in Bangor. The upper floors where not used for Kitchen and pantry will be fitted As apartments and the House will be furnished with the electric Light. Llie Porcupine is the last building in the line. It is six stories High and has a floor plan of 51 by 70 feet. Messes. Quot Wood and Mansfield Are the owners and the work is being rapidly pushed by George a. Barron the contractor. The lower floor is divided into three stores. L. P. Hollander amp co. And Koopman amp co., of Boston will occupy two of them. The stores Are about 15 by 70 feet with French plate windows. On the Southeast and Southwest Corners will be Large Octagon towers. And a Balcony on the fourth floor extends round the entire building. On each floor above the first Are eight suites of rooms toilet rooms Bath rooms and closets. The Parlours Are Large and most of them have open fireplaces. J he bedrooms connect with the Parlours by Portieles and Eracli parlor will also be fitted with a handsome Cabinet bed which maj be used if required. Tie rooms will be finished in elegant style with Oak furniture in the bedrooms and the floors hard Wood will be stained and covered with expensive rugs. Itie entire building will be fitted with electric Bells and incandescent lights and hot and cold water supplied on every floor. A handsomely upholstered elevator o ated by Hydraulic Power will connect the different floors and the building will be Ligated by steam. The House comm Nicales with Fred Johnson s rest arrant next door and meals will be served there in private dining rooms sent to the guests rooms. Hie View from the win do is of the Block will be magnificent. Town statistics Illie following is a comparative table c f the appropriations of Issac. And 1s87. Money voted to be Laist a 188��. 1s87. $8,000 1,500 3,000 500 1,00< for town charges.$7,000 quot i disposal of quot support of schools.-2,500 quot quot free Hijii school.5<k quot of poor.1,000" repairs of rails Ami a Grid get .4,000 air it i quot interest on notes Ami ,00 1, 00 quot Coli strip Ciori of sawers.3,500 quot quot Ami repairs of sidewalks.-200 i a quot fireilepartmeiit.1, k 0 a Soo quot cleaning streets.2� �00 quot Sand Point roail.300. Quot lighting streets.1.50 few quot repair of school property----400 quot new roads.2.4 50 quot sprinkling Street.-?.goo quot erection of school House in District no. 9 reimburse intent of districts for school property.1 �0 quot overdraw for repairs to it of school property.400school House lot it barharbor.5. 0 voted to borrow for building of school House at bar Harbor.8,iw0" building of new sewers.s"�,�� less As selectmen .1x3 May Call Lor. As will be seen from the above table the amount to be raised this year exceeds the appropriations of last year by .�10,210, about 44 per cent. In addition to this excess is a sum of $8,000 for the erection of a school building at bar . And .��50,000 for building the new sewerage system. This latter sum May be decreased according to the requirements of the Case. There is an increase Over the appropriation of last 3 ear for the Dis Osal of garbage of s700,$450 More for the lighting of streets an Ltd .$800 More for the construction and repair of sidewalks and an Ai pronation of $600 for sprinkling streets an expense never before provided for by the town the following roads were accepted by the town at the annual town meeting in March. A town Way beginning on the North Side of the county Road near James t. Garland s and running northwesterly to intersect a Road from Salisbury Cove to the county Road near Northeast Creek Bridge. A town Way beginning on the Western Side of the town Road at Indian Point on the line Between land of d. E. Pray and mrs. Jane Leland and terminating at the Shore at n. W. Cove. A town Way beginning at the South Western terminus of the town Way As now constructed near House formerly owned by Joseph Harding acid Terni Nat ing near Freeman to it. Smith s on the Eagle Lake Road. A town Way beginning on mount desert Sti get on the line Between land of d. P. Marcyes and the land Mary Shannon and running southerly to intersect the Road leading from cd weirs Harbor to Eagle Lake Road it get no the same As ledge Lawn Avenue now is. A town Way beginning at the Softli end of school Street in bar Harbor and extending southerly to intersect the Road leading from Cromwell s Harbor to Eagle Lake Road. A town Way from cottage Street running South to North line of j. E. Clark s lot on mount desert Street this Road is now known As Zion s Lane. It was also voted to locate and Maiu ii in a hydrant on mount desert Street near the Belmont hotel acid one on Eden Street Between the Fabian cottage and James Eddy a quot residence. At a special town meeting on tuesday May 31st, it was voted to accept the Road leading from Sand Beach round great head to Otter Creek and to raise $5,000 by taxation to it build it. The proposed Road is 548 rods Long and 3 rods wide. It Sis also voted to raise by taxation #5,250 to meet principal and interest on sewer loan coming due october 1887 and april 1888. Regatta. An open regatta under the auspices of the bar Harbor yacht club will be held at bar Harbor me., i thursday August 25th, 1887. The sum of $1,150 has been subscribed by citizens of bar Harbor for prizes and the same will be distributed in cups a Money equivalent among the following classes schooners. Class 1. Over eighty Jeet water line length. Prize �250. Class 2. Eighty feet water line length and under. Prisk #200. Sloops and cutters. Class 1, eighty feet and Over water Ihie Lenol prize $250. Daas a and under Etab class 3. Fort five feet and under fifty five feet water line Len feb class 4. Under forty of Lvi feet water line length Chahin yachts prize,<100. A quot of prize will be awarded in any class unless there Are two More starters. Ilie course will be a Trithi Galar one of about thirty Miles outside starting from an imaginary line drawn Ironi a Flag buoy off to in town of bar Harbor to the judges boat thence to and around a Flag buoy located one mile due South of Baker s Island Light thence to and around Scho Odic whistling buoy Channel thence to the place of starting. This course will be reversed if tie direction of the wind renders it necessary in order to obtain one leg to Windward. The rules As to measurement time allowances etc., will be those of the new York yacht club. The sailing directions which will be announced by circular upon the Day before the regatta avs be substantially similar to those of the last regatta of the new York yacht club., the time limit within which All yachts will be required to Complete the course will be seven hours. The committee of arrangement will consist of the following a Eurleen Arthur Ryerson Secretary of bar Harbor yacht club e. Padelford Commodore of corinthian _ yacht club new York k. C. Cornel., new York Charles t. How capt. F. It owners capt. Lion. Pendleton and w. Linberts of bar Harbor. Sikai. A state mgt ii. Within the past few years Inot a especially since last san incr the land on mount desert Island has risen in value greatly. Bar Harbor b King the most popular resort on the Island has of course Felt the impetus to a greater degree. To an old settler the Asriee at which land has sold in the Village lately must seem almost Fai Loiis. 3iiiny look Back with regret at los opportunities., a few Hundred dollars expended judiciously on land ten years age i wild have made the Haiti y Possessoi-�1 millionaire to Daj. And even Jet some of these same old settlers Are do iii Well. Farm lands within a few Miles of the Village Are Selling a a Good round Price per acre and the men who have toiled the better part of theh life to keep body and soul together and come Home from the Fields Many nights with lame basks Ai d growling at the rocks have sold these same rocks now for a sum Large enough to place them beyond care and keep them in Comfort the remainder of their lives. We heard the other Day of a native of Eden who just sold some land and is going to Europe for the summer. It is not at All improbable that in the near future items Sulci As the Lulu it Wiig May find their was into the society papers quot a Higgins and family of Loose Cove will sail for Europe to Morrow on the City of quot ulamor children and governess of town fill will sail on the Arizona next tuesday for Liverpool. They intend spending the Winter on the Nile and in Palestine and vill return next summer in time to occupy their cottage at bar Harbor for the land on the i eight Oring coasts is also brought into prominence by the bar Harbor Boom. East Lai Noine has lately been the scene of a land s Ecula tion. Some hundreds of acres have been bonded to i eat prices varying from to a Kuiper acre. H i cock neck and Sorrento More Especial the latter have been brought into this Winter. Sorrento suck is quoted at at nearly double its Par value on the Boston Exchange and Many to have been sudd at that sing shirt. The agent of the Sorrento land company i in. .7. To. Pratt has an Atlice in the Beni Ker Block in this Village. at Winter Harbor has greatly increased in value and Scho Odic Point Penis t destined to become a summer res it it at no very Distant i it period. Property on the Western Side of the Island is Selling is High As a in Leo acre on the Shore ail Bartlett s Island has had its share of i a emulation land having been so to on the Western Side of the Island at .$45 per acre. Bar Harbor parties have Purchase in a i inner of acres on the i Point of Newbury n Eck and Are bonding the neck Whei e i f Sibie. Bar Harbor however is Ali tale Cha of speculators. To have an acre of land in the Village is the ambition of every monies Maji for he knows there Are hundreds in it. Shore lots in the Village Are of course the most desirable but these Are now almost exclusively owned by Western people who bought them with an Eye to House lots when land was cheap. Next in demand Are business lots on main Street especially. The land on this Street has been Selling during the past Winter at from to per Square fool. All the available business lots Between West Street and Douglass Avenue with the Excel Cion of the Lodick Hamor Derby and Brewer i to Perty Are now occur a eco. Lots on the other principal streets arc also very . Then Good elevated lands near the Village and commanding a Good View of the Ocean Are much sought after bringing to the fortunate owner from �5,000 to $10,000 per acre. A Good Deal of property has been bought in the outskirts of the Village in Large lots during the past year and has been opened up Aud Cut into lots containing from 5,000 to 8,000 Square feet which have sold at $800 to $1,500 per lot. This policy was first inaugurated 011 i Ridge i awn Avenue by messes. Higgins and Tripp and these cottage lots sold Oft quot Well. . Ash is Selling his land South of school Street in the same manner. Snow amp Morse have disposed of land on the Eastern Side of the Eagle Ike Road in this Way and have realized a handsome margin. Itie mount Keal estate co. Purchased the old Nick Raou Homestead lot on cottage and Eden streets and hailing divided it in lots live sold them at a Large profit. They Are now disposing of their property at Eddy Ville in the same Way. This method v. Hile it pays the investors Well improves the Village and gives the working Man a Chance to have a Home of his own a matter of great in Ortance where land is so much sought after. I lessees of land when the land is sold from under them Are glad of a Chance to buy on reasonable terms a lot they can cull their own. We quote the following As a few instances of the increase of value in real estate in the Village during the past year Eddyville property four and a half acres a Ost �10,000 sold for $28,000. Do aay property Hancock Street coat sold for <>10,000. Greely pc rfcs proposed new eem Eil Cost five y�r8 ago $1,000 sold Higgins and twp property sold for $3400. I a Nickerson property three and a Tali acres $25,000 sold for $48,500. Holland Avenue property. Devil s half acre a Costi $32,000 sold for $48,000. W. He Wesco oct lot Hancock Street Cost $3500 Soldi for $4300� mount Deserio Block lot Cost 9&000 sold for $8000. Grant lot part of quot quot Brewer property main Street Cost $1650 sold for $5000. Mary i. Higgins property Cost $5500 sold for $100. Hotel a Familton property Cost $13,000 sold for $20,000. S. Richards lot main Street Cost 0 sold for $1500. F. P. Moore property Hancock Street Cost in 1885 $2500 sold for $8,500. Eastern a. K. Sperty Cost $30,000 sold for $54,500. Dove property about 4 acres Cost about $50,000 two fifths sold for $62,-553 the remainder consisting of a Shore lot very valuable. Lot of 150 acres near Seal Harbor Cost $7,000 sold for .f2r.000. of 40 acres near Northeast Harbor Cost .$5,000 sold for $15,000. Lot of 100 acres Between Seal Harbor and Northeast Harbor Cost 10,000 sold for $27,000. The above Are Only a few of the Many transfers of real estate which have l een made the past year. There May be some slight editors in the amounts but ii thing to make any appreciable difference in the enormous a aggregate. So much real estate business has naturally developed numerous Stock Dii ibanies Brol cers Aud agents which we enumerate As Fob tvs mount desert real estate co. Organized oct. A a. 18sg. Capital Stock $200,-000 4000 shares Par value $50 per share. President j. S. Moore treasurer Leo. Ii. Grant directors c. C. Morrison Fred c. , j. S. Moore and Geo. H. Irant attorneys Deasy amp Higgins Otrice mount desert Block bar Harbor. Bar Harbor co. Organized May 2.1s87. Capital Stock �300,000 go,000 shares Par value per share. President c. C. Burrill Ellsworth vice president e. T. Hamor bar Harbor treasurer Bryant Bradley bar Harbor Secretary Byron Bod bar Harbor. I directors Nathan Cleaves Portland e. C. Burleigh Augusta c. C. Parrili Ellsworth s. H. La Dick. Bar Harbor s. I. Kings lev bar Harbor e. L. Young Milbridge e. T. Ila nuts bar Harbor. Tolice Hamor Block. Bar Harbor. Bar Harbor and Blount desert land and investment company. Organ zeil May 20, 1887. Cap titi Stock $200,000 8,000, Par value $2 per share. President a. P. , Ellsworth treasurer 11. B. Saunders Ellsworth. Directors . Warren Castine Fred a Jck Robie Gorham c. L. Mcleery Boston a. I. Sanders Ellsworth. Hamilton amp Richards real estate agents. Begun business August i 188. Cross amount of sales �522,000. Tolice Bunker Block bar Harbor. Hamor amp Richardson real estate brokers. Began business feb. A a 1887. Cross amount of sales $112, land about Noo acres. Office Hamor Block bar Harbor. Real estate Exchange John Sho Enbar Uja Nager. Office Sproul s building. Col. Sho Enbar is at present engaged in in Moine liquid. Frenchman s a land and water co. Capital Stock a 00,00i> 100,000 shares a value per share. Preside it Charles h. Lewis. Boston at liar Harbor by j. J. Pratt Olyce. Bunker Block. Kwh Ckik tkv. A conic and of the residents of bar Harbor have secured ten acres of land in then High boyhood moist be quot of to be Laid out As a cemetery. The Lor Cost ten thousand dollars Auto is situated on the Southern Side of the Road from Roswell s Harbor to Eagle in Ike. It is bounded on the North by Kebo Brook on the get by land owned by it Harles t. How Anil on the East by the land of d. Rodick in sons. The purchasers Are John t. Higgins Jeorge h. Irant b. S. High ins j. E. Trip it per. J. S. Moore a. Roberts f. Conuis j. and b. Bradle. The lot is about one mile from the Village and will make a Nice cemetery. Avoni k. This Avenue which was Ope Neci up last year promises soon to l Eccle one t f the most thickly settled of our Village streets. Only the Eastern Side of it is occupied by houses the Western Side i mailing the property of miss Shannon i of ledge Lawn farmhouse. The Street though not Low enough to cause any Damis still under the Lee of the Hills and in consequence is the warmest locality in the Village in cold weather. In digging for cellars there this Spring it was found in the More sheltered spots that the Frost had not penetrated Over a few inches. The Baptist Church being located on this new Street will assist in its popularity. Water and sewer Pii is have been Laid there recently and the Road is now being put in Gootel condition. At the Southern end it connects with the Strawberry Hill Road. Until recently building lots on the Avenue have to it een sold at reasonable prices but the Origi Ali Iwa ers having now sold out entirely a Little speculation begins to crop up. Still docs can be had now for 000 the original Price was from 00 to $1000. The in Tiance to the Avenue from mount desert Street is very pretty with d. P. Marcyes handsome cottage on one Side and the Santiful grounds of miss Shannon on the a he old Exchange hotel which stood on the Corner has been moved to West Street elevated one Story higher and now figures As a transient hotel of goodly appearance. On the Avenue there Are now nine cottages a Church and numerous private stables. Many More cottages will be built there next fall. West Street. The change a and improvements on this Street and the number of new buildings erected on in the i it fit give an entirely different As it act to the Village approaching it from the water i he town has discovered that first impressions Aie vers often lasting ones and is widening the Street eighteen feet from the wharf to Holland Avenue. It e visitors found out some time ago that the Sotui ion at the Western end of the Strett looking out on the Bay and Rodin s Island was a pleasant one and Bave built some Beautiful cottages there. The be Fet has now he a widened and carefully graded Tiller the direct Una of George we it of Liiva a Boad from the wharf to the weat Ead Bozof and to Ltd remainder will soon be Otmis Leteff. To la amps Aroud the cottage Are Laid out beautifully and the cottages look fresh and Gay i their summer War paint. Llie mount desert Keal estate co. Have purchased the strip of land known As the quot Devil s Hatt acre quot although it contains an acre and three quarters and will Ere Long have it cleared up and nicely Laid out for summer residences. Hill s Cove Point. This Beautiful Headland formerly known As Cape is situated on the Northern Shore of Hull s Cove about two and one half Miles North of bar Harbor. It comprises about eighty five acres and was lately purchased by quot Vav. H. L. Lee and others. The tract has b3en divided into sixteen lots averaging from three to six acres and one Large lot of thirteen acres. Ten of these lots have Shore fronts and All have a Fine View of the Bay and islands. The property is now being Laid out in roads and avenues there being about 400 rods of rail in All the Width varying from sixteen to eighteen feet driving space. On the Hull s Cove Side the Entrance from the Highway quot is nearly opposite Porter Brewer s cottage Llie Road on the other Ide of the property leaves the town Road opposite the Hamor farm. A Large wharf will be constructed on the st uth Side of the Point with a Good depth of water at it extra entity at any state of the tide. W. Yulee son of the late senator Yulee has a lot Liere and it is expected that he will build in the course of the year. Another cottage is also reported a probability in the near store is now Operand although our Stock is not Sis j it Complete still we Are ready to deliver All Vitus of Good in the grocer quot a . We Are Selling the quot Garden of Eden quot flour our own Brand at $5.50 per barrel which we it lain i i the Best tour for the Ninin v in town am of it a order a barrel of flour Oiler also a Pound of Wiir Grairt Lymm amp co. Bankers. Jimr i Lubor Maine do a general banking business. Ieft3? e Solidi Tell. Best of ref Obi aces . Boston Maverick National Bank. Bangkok merchants National Bank. Ellsworth c. C. Burrill. Correspondents for the Sale of stocks and Bonds for Spencer Trask amp co., new York. Putnam Messervy amp co., Boston. From ichor shall receive a a nil letter Ecith quotations after june 1st. 50o 50cand be convinced that in these two Artic it no More we Are giving you 1. Liest Alto live a Good lii us of Matt is amp a. Money transferred Ltd to and from principal cities by Telegram it a. Hours from 9 to 12 a. M., und 1 to to i it. Satui Day 0 i. M., to 7. To v. So a a Rys p. E. K e l l a manufacturer of a Riales buckboard c s particular attention Given to ordered work. Near k kit to of school. St Kkt bar Harbor Maine. It wholesale and retaii.03 and 66 main st., Bangor me. Attention is called to our Large Stock of medium and Fine furniture which we offer at the lowest prices for Cash and on Liberal terms on instalments. Make your Homes comfortable and attractive. Painted chamber sets $15 to �24 Cherry and mahogany set.-=, �24 to Ash chamber sets $-22 to $35 Walnut Marble top sets s48 to 150 Plush parlor suits Soo to 8200.haircloth parlor sult3, easy chairs Rattan chairs of All kinds carpet , lounges bed i ounces crap chair folding Beda Marebu top tables Walnut Centre tables extent Joii tables office tabled stands Library chairs of Floc chair ii. Iii bag Cli air Book , Library , office and Side tiai tvs looking Glo , mantel mirrors Fier mirrors. Matter Fri pcs feathers comforters a my a Spring so Makr a specially and All ordered work promptly at tended to. St inmates made and photographs men t on apply Elution. Our Long experience in furnishing cot tinges enables us to present a line of g olt is that cannot fail to please while we a a Motet the Best of workmanship. All correspond Len a promptly . W. Merrill furniture co., Opris it Eming a i. Quot a a. Mekkin a a Nero Tjoei i Niveo l boarding amp livery situated ill the rear of a Lio Kodick. Tapestry carpets Oil cloths i we ii ave the Lari Sta it be in town with i i for Severit quot horses. We make j a s be Salty of boarding and furnishing teams for the Inch Lockwood cd it tox we Are Slung by the web at 7 1�?�c pet Stock t fall papers and Borders shades 4&e., to quot Yves it p rices our Stock of paints and oils Kals Omine paint and Kals Omine brushes is As Complete As any in Towa. We live just received a Large and Complete line of har flare carpenters tools Ani iii iii materials of All Kirss and invite your inspection before Puri Hasling elsewhere. A quot special a Tieney at our store for to an Dreth s celebrated a air Dex seeds the hit Friy baby Carf Laue and dab Metoka Botter. Bar Harbor Tea Compaq. Chas. B. Pineo prop. A so coffins baskets j 3 big gift Jit attention Yogi Cuil get the Best clothes Ami a full of burial goods which Are Sitoni t it non. Prices reasonable Telephone it Onn Esteil u Atli store. A. W. Cushman amp co., Ellsworth me. K. U. Polidan. J w. Rushman i a Mit Roll Tiik least Money new York store where you can time the quot the st a a Chi Wiiri i Ca Teni Maine. Frs i ill iii it i Icso / is to runs. Gent s furnishing goods ii goods watch is Axi it Rizw Kijiu. w a f. K. It the new York .Sti.. if you do so Vve Are ure that ii u ill not Eal and what i a Goldman. . Dunbar bar Harbor laundry. I lie l Cost of via i a at be i ates. Work Carlod for Giitl promptly i tii Rcd to hotels and a Otta ivs. Special rates for family washing. / Hoff in iii Riipi iii ii l us a Nix Iusi it i uni Sif str i a in get. A Leani Mii Valite flannel it uits it iii it i i t a a. a to i Frei Niilo of the. \ Ishii i Rhi ii iii a iii it a Ali sort i a. Tiar Harbor a Xii. \ui.1shk1� iss e. Head prop. Grant Barbour amp Ladd shoe dealers main. Conk a Vogt to st Kkt. I to Dea in groceries and provisions canned goods of All kinds ready made clothing gentlemen s furnishing goods hats amp Caps boots i shoes Street business men a Shoi i head the Industrial journal .1 Iveel Cly newspaper. Published at Ila Sigur. Maine. To Maui iii tur titi. T Onu it l iai iii Vav Ami steam Hii it hotel Ami summer .itt. And an la Zaido news. Semi stamp t of quot Sanjiu copy. A advertisements appr.-,. Car. By. No iii Jimh to e lie ails of wanted lost found stolen ic., thirty words will be ins it Arteil in thi a econ three we eur for fifty it ent the mount to real estate company. Umbrellas bar Harbor it Maine. oct. Isuf Junier the his ,.the a state of main tor the purpose of to Minji Levi Sonji Moraga Spiik but itt Ulm Selling Kea estate together with improving the sane on a the i Biml of mount de it Gnu stantly in Einal for real est it Oil this Islamul to Geilier Wotli the rare la i cd cities of the Fon puny fit a buying Aivil Selling j at the Best posts ble advantage make tins one of the Whir let profitable in new eng j him for inv Estment. Capital Stock to it xxx Par value per share it for further particulars Adilore i a a. It i olt it air bar Harbor. . It j mount it a a it cd a Ara iii to. A Ali .%.ii it it it ii. Fair Cir lob Priviti iii a sin n ask Ball in vow riots. O it der of i tax les Bills of fare quot i i cats �c., a a. La a list Oil lib a it 5 let tit e e o cd f f i c e. George in. Tower Arriage Paintin g and trimming. Orders Fob m a Obj Uhitil Pih tiie exec noted with mum Aid be Patci. Dealer in new Anil second bail Bucko Anlo l it Mulery a Anil other Carriage. Please Call and examine. The Nile signed win Oci up tie Tamok steam mph and a liar this season and Ort fur a Fidi Stock a it a quot Corn Oats and All kinds of feed also lumber shingles Lime Cement bricks Sand amp a. C. A Stanford Bur h in it \ a i in specialities in Tennis and rubber goods. A i 111- .1 Vici Ltd u coloured shoe Sam a Islip . silk Sun shades a m it successor to Hig Ltd is brother Retah do. in Choice family groceries and provisions Darlington Bettt As it a Maine creameries. \ knit i a Piete Stock of k x kii. It. w a a t it i Ltd it few \ us Kitchen flktti.k. So Kinin ii us m tikk asks Nasik Nakk it Ltd Kiv Fink it a Nan by it Rodi -., matkuia.-. W a Nikow . Paints. , \ a . Vav oct. it 1 Illint. I it i v a i l a a Louin. Imp a is a it ars b Hgt is a shot is. Aki al , st iii of by oks a. Cottage Street the beat hotel in by Igor Thorn ghost and in every respect. Located nearest Salmon Ftp Haig Groa Dij. Term $2,00 and $3.00 per Day. W. E. Johnson prop. Bar Harbor it Pine Job a rioting Proisy sex tatted at tiie lowest a Ariee at to the amp a general insurance agent. Raisch office mer by 0pp. bar Harbor b. I Criaris a Manlief to Tad c kick 16 state Street Ellsworth Maine correspondence solicited n f. I i Aetna Issri Nark pm. Of quot Ilaryi i c Oihi. I Phat Emil st iian it k a. Of Hurt Cullell. Insi Kani flt it. Lit Xcvi. N. Y. Hand Akk Fink in it Kan k Ltd. A a it York x. Y. Kinian amok an Ensti Ani a sew York. N. Y. Ins i an it k it. Rokni it quot Pui Lazic it i i p l. i quot Ink jul Kink in Van c o. Prim Iris a. La.--. Lnk5ami. It of Srila i k co. To i. >ii.l. A . Fink ., , Hami shirk Fuk Lnor it an v i i it of , n. H. Cijan Ltd Sorvik isstkan.-. A a la n. 11. I Nion al in i an k a �.law a. Tkavki. life. A a it i n an f i o. A harrn.i. Ii. in it right it nit a at a a Cui a a a Gram Lynam amp co., insurance agents office it ii it Pinr 1>, , bar Harbor Maine j. Blaisdell m. D 64 main st., Bangor me., s k c i a i. 1 s 1 ii it i m i i Specia attention Given to Fri raid i cottages at bar Harbor. I Mill kit lii Date a enl list i Parth of tue Roi not n Ltd it itt i Felt it a.- i-uinint.-�, Prini Pitu aii Vered. It thit quot i m ilk ror Boston. I open at bar Harbor All the yeah. It i Stetson Foster j st., Boston an l bar Lla Rhor s boarding Hack amp liven stable. If Tymi urt it Enning to bar a quot next a aft your Honse boart Lumi hire h of iii at Clark s stable by a month Day Haiir. We have a new line of do t Art Cut ii tiers Yuul Biu Kilt it a in ail Yaji give you a air i j Rig with a to nip Teut Driver. Don t fail to Call. Joea Cari aim do mar to Baas
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