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The Continuation at St. Joseph s.
.\ii event of no ordinary interest and iiu
I* »rtauce w as the reieinony of confirmation
i-t Thursday evening, at St. Joseph's
Catholic church, conducted by Bishop
il aly of Portland. A large number of
' ople. both Catholics ami Protestants,
were present to witness this crowning
-a, raim nt, replete with so much meaning,
u the Catholic church.
We went to the church, an outsider,
most respectfully to witness a ceremony
v«*ry dear, we doubt not, to our Catholic
ri lend- but we tried to do what every out
-ider should do. wherever he goes, to lay
It all prejudice, if any he has. to put
m-clf in the other's place, and for the
.me being to look at all he sees and hears,
-■> far a- its worth is concerned, not from
- own standpoint, but from the stand
nt of the people whose guest he is. to
. fi.d tliat he may duly appreciate just
.at it means to them. Such an act will
•.rt in- on.' but, on the contrary, make
m w h p* rforms it. a broader and truer
t an. i v. rv time.
H> H--aly 1- a ready, fluent ami
u 't ::.•■*• punt speaker, ami we cer
> -t. u :th more than ordinary in
t ■ add re-* made from the stand*
• : ' • Bi-hop. Starting out
i ■ u of his plea-ure at the
* at particular church was
a- a v% and li - regret that there
« ' •> : • iv au- those who come far
f v, .at a Catholic Christian might
an. .gi : t- be. he gradually ltd up to
- . it. •• «*t this crowning -acra
• w !. - held to be one of the seven
rai::e:;t- n the K man Catholic church.
lre--ing those who were to receive
• mitih- he told them it was the la-t
i • < r -p.: :tual edifice and a cere
; > .-uld receive but mice in their
fetnie. tha* v it they consecrated them
< 1 a:, to the work lie had to
I' - 'Tin ; ni-s happened, he-aid. that
- w -*•« rate them-elves to God
and -a« r< 1 sacrament, after*
i: ' k tin ‘ y name of G-d in pro
!j.hati. upou t..e;r lip-, ami tliat those
^ 'im tl, - -scrament arrayed in
> u syuibo. . f the purity to which
v :.-e- rated themselves, afterward
. • iulged :u thoughts, words
tee :- tliat wire impure He emplia
• -« • tin < noiuiby of the wrong of such
a. a'- v.te m- • --ity of being
r *• .. m Ifa-t to ail tin- demands
. ;n -a« raun nt.
Hie: •■>*,!• • r !:«late.- kneeling around
•altar, v. - - ..wu hand-, with urn*
. • e:ie;. br-»w the sign of
r — a: 1 ga\ • m little blow upon each
-• • k 1 tl.ernthat they must in
• fut’.t:. r R^rofits for the name of
* j-br v.i\ u
• - w of -\m 1-by which they
r • the full meaning of
• :»t:."ti .-aeraniert. the ceremony
i' • rta • \ •. .‘i ;:iful and t uieh.ng one
am ;-t have ?*een especially so to
si u!l" : ;V._ bi eu brought Up iu tin
• * fa.ti. ai more especially so to
»-• v. . t k .iit.1 the.r live-and hearts
• • over a:. : nrtuence of the sacred rite.
: !h« S »u:::tTii stat-s sk «*/U-1 from
■ ; i\ servati-i! of the country
: •. :ir: a question of j* ditjcs.
. Tin
v\ a- a he! her ■ r not Treason should
• van - to th- Nation, whether or not
> • -> '’U ai Rebellion should overmatch
• • v. rawe th- Constitution and the
. **r» -r-r rim -rflncif rrr ^17 ftortr.**
: A •♦' ‘ oiutry; no the other side
r' -n. r;ii-s of tlie* country, composed
vx ’ ♦■‘-mert- The iir«*t. the manly
: ’ b' l- of the South, who,
' ’u~ • v vv. re. were n-ver
*“ ! tea-hiug® of their own
’ i- • tic • untry. th- second was
’■'i-i: ■ da-tardly element, the
* ; '~ - N Tth. who false to all
‘ - l:o;g!it them by schools.
i ' 3!; i a^-o< ialioiis. false to
' -;! ■ the right, turned the cold
■ v -ountry in the hour of
— need. and ga\ • a coward's aid
a tra.tor'- sympathy to the enemy.
** pi- al-le. judg.ijg from reports
'.ai. .. that the August business in the
t* ■ Stab - was the largest ever done
• '-•-’it month, and it is highly gratifying
k:; vN • ■i' the increa-e has been gener
ex*md- to all ranches of trade
i ; . -try. I farts are proving to
' ■ a : mis-iouaries for the Repub
party, and •- principles. that < \er
* the Held 1-acts are always knock
u arguments and you cannot make a
; • • ••■•* "her hr .- prospering as n- v
: before that it ;- wi-e to put the control
• lbe Goveromt r.t in the hands of a party
•• ..;ch Aii,. ; r-v« rse all jf the laws af
*' 1 -reat industrial interest® in
'die country.
hr g.and and Canada will howl worse
cvn r when the - most favored nation’*
tt»aty. which has < x:-ted for some years
w • h >;-ftin. and wl .-h ha- given to Kng
:vi.1. an anada the -ream of the Cuban
trade. abrogated, a- notice ha- been
:"u'|; .v t:.- Spanish government that it
" I be July 1. 1-.-'. It will not add to
•John Hub - comfort to know that the
t. ii .-frr of the bulk of his < uban trade to
ttie United States is the direct result of
t ie reciprocity clause of the McKinley tar
iil law.
If ;t be wrong for merchants and
manufacturers^ to form trusts to raise the
prices of certain articles, is it right for
farmers to do the same thing? Inasmuch
a- the fanner has been pretty extensively
* ’ d by the tru-ts of various sorts he is
harJ.y to be blamed for getting his re
venge when he gets the opportunity; but
t a il does not change the principle of the
i bug. If it i- wrong for one set of men
t > form trusts it is equally wrong for an
other set to do so, no matter what objects
ar* in view.
—It seems that Secretary Foster ami
Hod. -John IV. Foster, of Indiana. who is
at present looking after reciprocity matters
for the State department, are being con
t.inua.ly mixed up in the newspapers, and
Oite credited for wiiat the other is doing
and vice versa. It is fortunate with both
gentlemen that both of them should oc
c tpy such high places in public estima
tion, as to make it certain that this mix
ing up process will never cause either of
them to feel ashamed of the other.
—Everybody who is old enough to re
member war times remembers the rjuaint
expression "I lights mit Sigel”, which
was originated by one of Sigel's German
soldiers. Since the war Gen. Sigel has
r sided in New Fork, but he is going to
Fort Madison, Iowa, where he has been
selected to deliver an oration at the Ger
man Day celebration, on October C, to
meet such of the men who fought “mit
Sigel" as may be in that section.
—The President's tour in the East, al
th tugh much shorter than that through
the South an 1 West last spring, is just as
great a success. * Everywhere he is en
thusiastically met by the people, and
everywhere he has something to say ap
propriate to the place and the occasion. j
—The Prince of Wales is claiming the
c redit for having Indirectly rendered great
assistance to the Jews in Russia, as well
as to the poverty-stricken Jewish exiles
from that country, by lending his moral
support to certain Jewish committees in
i.tigland. Well, the Jews have l>een ren
dering great assistance to the Prince of
Wales for lo, these many years, by leuding
him their hard cash, anti it is only right
that he should show his gratitude for fav
ors received.
—The Southern Democratic leaders and
the Farmers’ Alliance arc not ou very lov
ing terms just now, but that will not pre
vent the meml>ers of the Alliance, in the I
Southern States, from voting the Demo- ,
cratic ticket as usual. We have no hesi
tation in making the prediction that not
a single county in a Southern State will
be carried for a third party national ticket
next year.
— If Secretary Proctor, who has been
appointed to serve out the unexpired term
created by the resignation of Senator Ed
munds, makes as good a Senator as lie
has a cabinet officer, Vermont will have
no c ause to complain.
— Famine Is stalking through a portion
of our sister republic. Mexico, and the
customs duties for the State of Chihuahua
have been suspended, in older to cheapen
the cost of hreadstuds from the United
—Oh! no. tin* Ohio Republicans are not
enthusiastically supporting McKinley; it
is a pertinent sign of Republican disaffec
tion that 3U.000 of them turned out to hear
their candidate* speak at his opening meet
—Mrs Parnell does her husband’s type
writing. She knows his weak sjxit and
doesn't propose to take any chances.
All Lewiston for Enforcement.
senator Fry** \«icr» tli«* sentimi nt of vi
• u-4-iKtitIim of tli«* IVo|»l«* of Maine.
Lf.\\ist«*n. Sept. G.
The largest crowd that ever gathered at
a temperance meeting in Androscoggin
county heard Senator Frye at Pine street
('ougregalioual church this afternoon
Hundred*, of people were turned away
The meeting took measures t<> organize a
county temperance league for enforce
ment of the prohibitory law.
Congressman l»ingl*v presided In a
brief introductory atitlress be outlined the
object of the mass meeting an ! the n* * d
of public re awakening in regard to tem
Senator Frye spoke an hour and ten min
i utes. After a pathetic picture of the cloud*
| :i g of great iutelleets by liquor, the speak
er passed to a newer phase of the question.
Wli.it t« tin- Ktiutwi-ller'<* Opinion Worth4
I don’t suppose." said lie. “that there
i* a man here who does not agree with me
1 and who will not join issue with me
J against this . rime of . rimes. Now w hat
I are we to do about it? Is this Moloch
j monster to do as he pleases, to take th«
' wife fr.»in the husband, the husbaud from
I the wife, the son from his parents, the lov
er from his betrothed? Is there to he no
remedy, no hindrance? N it to go on for
; ever? Why that is w fs the rums.-ller
-ays. He says that this thing i* to go on.
He is not his neighbor's keeper. Let him
get drunk He is old enough to take rare
• f himself out upon such falsehood. I
j the rumseller entitled to an opinion on thl
j matter? My deliberate judgment is an.;
I measure my words that uo worse man
i is to be found than tin- rumseller. and .!
to-day they were all behind the bars of the
rails of this country the country would be
ntinitely better off Great applause
Pin- rumseller s opinion! What is it? N
matter, he says, if it costs you a son; in
matter if it robs a wife of her husband ; no
matter if it tills jails; no matter if it makes
beggars; no matter if it makes murderers;
no matter if it hangs your very s,*n up m
the gallows while t’.e hungry cry f -r bread
and the sorrow ing weep a,one, no matter
what. I am to be permitted to make money
'»> si lling intoxicauls over the counter
Give m» as Shy lock says, my bond and I
care not what becomes of you. This is
the rumseller s motto and yet there nr*
men who sympathize with those th uds and
. ttiqJLl Uu; LTV Lo IaUUL tligUl dow i;
fOsionTe the ranks of the liquor dealer*
and their adherents. [Applause
There is a
j b>r rumselling. Men and women owe it t*
i themselves to *.*.• to jt.s enforcement 1
say th.-re is ;i remedy. It is the same as
for anv other crime. It is law : Ap
l plause. Let law say something. Ap
! plause. Let the penalty be big enough,
too. to make the rumseller afraid of it.
I say now and here that it is in the pow
er of the mayor of Lewiston to see that
, the law is enforced. \pplause. I sa\
that he can instruct the police officers and
| compel them to do their duty regardless
of all partisan affiliations or persona
friendships. Cheers and applause The
people of this county elected a county at
| torney and prosecuting officer I sav to
j him that no officer ever had a better’ op
! P*»rtunity to make a record than he has
Hy it he should lift himself higher. Here
; th.- opportunity. < >ur wan.ing is tha’
j *i‘‘ fail not in the duty.” ^Great applause.
Hancock District Lodge of Good Templars.
Thur-lay. Aug. 27th, the Hancock Dis
trie: Lodge met with I-land Home Lodge
! at 'Vest Deer Isle, ami though the <I >y
. was rather stormy ail enjoyed a very
| pleasant time. A picnic in the grove war
; intended out the rain preventing, the
I entire party adjourned to two houses near
| hy where an excellent dinner was served.
During the afternoon three sesOons were
held and despite the opposit: ■ of the
: weather and had traveling six . ig. were
, represented and the District di _ ■ was
I conferred upon twenty-three members.
Mr Treworgy, the District Templar.
. (iresided over the meetings. Silver Star
! I-odge was finely represented by a deiega
1 tion of ten members. In the evening a
public entertainment was given. The
District Templar appointed the next
District Lodge to meet with Silver Star
Lodge at Kast Bucksport, Nov 5th, by
invitation of their C. T
The Lodge has a lecture and literature
fund s diciting card beaded : "The Lord
loveth a cheerful giver," as follows : We
tile undersigned, believing in the vast
power of public lectures and temperance
literature to advance and elevate public
—ntitnent. promise to pay within one week
Hie sum set opposite our Hanies into the
hands of Chairman of Collection Commit
tee of.Lodge. No.,
I O. G. T . to be forwarded to the Dis
trict Lecture Fund. A good move.
A Fine Four-Master.
Camukn, Sept. 5.
Tiie four-masted schooner Fannv Arthur
was launched from II. M. Bean's yard in
Camden. Saturday at 12 o'clock. Her
gross tonnage is 614.45: length of keel,
160 feet; beam, 3s feet: depth, 13 feet
The schooner hails from Somer’s Point,
New Jersey, and sails immediately to the
Kennebec to load ice for Philadelphia. She
will tie commanded bv Capt. John Dugles.
This is the.58th vessel built by II M. Beau
and is considered one of the best four
masted schooners ever built in Maine.
Killed by an Electric Car.
tt a few minutes past nine o'clock Sun
dav. a man 55 years old, named Augustus |
Wise, was struck by an electric car as he
was crossing a street at Bangor. He was
thrown under the car and dragged some
distance before the car could be stopped.
He died about 15 minutes after being taken
out. He was a man of good habits, and it is
supposed he did not hear the car as he was
quite deaf. The motor man left the
car and the police are now looking for
—The Century” tor September has many
salient points of interest. The subject which
will probably attract the widest Interest is the
discussion of the "Treatment of Prisoners at
< amp Morton." Indianapolis, during the war,
a discussion begun by Dr. John A. Wyeth's
article in the April Century. Tbe present
number contains a reply to that article by Col.
W. R. Holloway, who during the war was pri
vate secretary to Governor Morton, and the re
ply has the indorsement of a committee of the
Grand Armv of the Republic appointed to In
vestigate the subject. Tbe article consists
largely of personal statements of officers of
ficially connected with the Camp, systematical
ly grouped by the writer to meet Dr. Wyeth's
—Andrew Bigelow. 87 years of age,
drowned himself id Taylor Pond, Lewis
ton. Thursday.
The Eastern Maine State Fair.
The Eastern Maine State Fair opened at
Maplewood Park, Bangor, Tuesday of last
week, with unfavorable weather. Frequent
light showers and a cold atmosphere were
the distinguishing features, and they
dampened the enthusiasm of the crowd
but not of the fair mauagers, who were 1
encouraged by the favorable indications, j
aud by the enormous crowds brought by j
eveiy boat and traiu. Nothing like it was :
ever known in the history of the fair, j
The Pullman train from Boston due at
•vP* did not arr;ve until nearly i» o’clock,
aud had nineteen ears. Trains from the
East were equally late, aud were heavily
loaded. At uoon the race track was in j
good shape, hut the cool weather had
reduced the number of people on the !
grounds. In the halls everything was
hustle, preparing for the opening at 4
o’clock. Both Norombega and City Halls
were crowded with exhibits, and the p »
mological display was very large. At 1
o’clock a lively shower was In progress.
< >n Wednesday after a morning of heavy
i clouds and thick fog. which did not pre
vent the crowds from pouring into the
fair, the sun came out for the first time
during the big show. By 1 o’clock there
were eight or ten thousand people on the
fair grounds. The events of the week, in
consequence of Tuesday’s rain, were
moved forward a day. The track dried
quite rapidly aud at one o’clock was in
very good condition. At 2.30 o’clock Sena
j tor Hale. Gov. Burleigh ami statt- with a
large party arrived on the ground** and
i took seats on their special stand as guests
! of President Bass. Eleven horses started
in the first heat of the three minute class,
i The heat was won by Torn King in *2 -
I 3<’ 3 4.
i lie races resulted as follows:
Three minute elg*«. purse $200.
A. I*. Spear. Skowhegan. h. s. Tom
King. 1 1 1
.1. P. Has*. Bangor, h. g. Ot riii. 4 2 3
it. W. A S. W. Dawson, l’rioee Kd
I ward Island, h. g. Loafer..2 S
(». \\ Leavitt. lYmbrnke.br.*. Merrv
Bird. 11 7 2
I>. K l.arrahee. Doxer.hr. g Bavarian 3 3
V. K. Ilavdtn. Lewiston, hlk m. Nel
lie D.. .*> 4 10
s. Widiani.Uaterxille.ro g Silver.. 10 10 (
t . W. Stiiupson, Thomasfon. h Ab
bott. -Ir. f. 0 7
K. t Bo.*d\. Bro k'. I*, g Saturn ... 7 s 0
II. K. Ha . \. Monroe. «-h g. D: Lord •> 11 0
O. K. Tax lor. Ft. Kerti. Id. hlk - R* \ '■> ‘Ml
Time 2.3*5%. 2.37 3 4. 2 30 ..
*2 2S *lass, purse $3on. trotter* and paeer* :
( I* Drake. Lewiston, ti. *. Bavard
Wilkes.. 4 1 1 1
K. 'ii Ivin. South Kxeter. hr. s. Kr
win M. ... 1 2 2 3
.1. F. Watson. st. .John. N. B eh.
g. <ianvm**«1«. ... 3 3 3 *2
• ien. < at v Be. -t. .John. V B., gr -.
s pe» ui.ilioti • • • ..*2 4
Ii. W. Rtirrii'. SKo.xhegm. o. in.
Lex Mae . ... o *5 t .*»
B. II. Dam T. -t, Baltimore, h. m.
Free Tt oh .. .... . • * l 0 t>
' AD*#frt Letrieie. Bangor, hr. in.
Flora B. . 7 ills.
» . A Mar-’oii. Skuxvhegan. hlk. g.
Fred M.. di*.
Tone-2.3o. 2 24 3-4. 2.2s 3 4. 2 2»..
Thur-dav s weather was simply superb.
1 and probably the greatest crowd ever seen
»n the grounds in M dm* was attending
! ’he fair K-tiniate- of the number of |m- »
pie present, made by go,id judges, range
from twenty to thirty th oi-and. Hie fore
I noon was dev> Jed to a general Inspection
*f the exhibition and special exarmnat on*
of hors.-- :n •' ff. rent cUsm* but so great
j wa- the jam tha* it was slow work getting
around even in the spacious park Before
l o'clock the gra d stand was a perfect
s» a «-f fa* • - and the gr nids were alive,
tin whole distance pres, i ng a seen.- ,-f
intense interest, and on. which math*
' l*r«*-id*nt B«-s -mile. T1-. forenoon sun
; had dried th trn< k. ami it x\ a- in good
-hap< for ra. ug. i te a strong breeze
! prevailed, tempering tin- hei'. *f the sun
The j*dg« - a; pear* d n the -!;»■" •■rompt'.y
' at 1 o', lock to call the h r-« -
six < Its started in the three-year- hd
I ra*. tlie tlrst heat of which xxa- won 1 \
i Mahlou in 2 4" 1-2 Adam Forcpaugii
-croud. Treti’on third, I'otnbim- four’ll.
, Lopsey tifth. Ilia* kxx . m! Boy - x'h. Nine
:iorst*s -tarled :ti the 2 34 -tal on da—,
which xxa- won by \lmmt 1‘. clc v in
2.2.4 1 4. S-i.tan -*• ".*1 I'harii* Kay t: r i
Tridant. Jr . fourth. Harold- *n tifth. Fear
less sixth. Bampio seventh. Maine Almont
eighth. (' nnbinalion ninth Mahlou won
the second heat in the three-years-old
las- in 2 47 I 2 ami to k ’!.«• race V*iam
Forepaugh xxa- -econd. Tren’on th r*l.
i 'til* :nc fourth. T *psev tifth Bin. k\x * „i
Boy wa-drawn. 1 he 2.2d race xvent to
Louis iti three straight le-at.- ; U-st time,
j 24 1-2.
The h »se race- d-gan at u »ut 2 : " i M
and a very large crowd of spectators
gathered alxiut the course.
The rules governing the rat * were ac
* t" the iiv iranf w .i* r* ‘an attfcVftfiTeiu xVS
made. th* -| ;i line *>t .i* **► f* «•; <>f hose lai*i
from the . yd rant, break coup’ .g and put
*»n pipe
Pic r* suit of the race xva* a- follow-:
Lag.*- N . 1. of Orotio. tii-t prize, $l.\ti;
Ibrigo No 3. of Kllsworth. -econd pr zc.
s'i and D. luge 1. of Brewer, thiid
prize $-»n.
Friday there were from ten to fifteen
j thou-and p -"pv on the ground*. (. >x
Burleigh and -tatf. S -uat<'»r Hale. ('ongr**s
man Milliken. Judge \ p. Wi-well. Judge
John B K-dmaii. lien, lieorge L. Beal.
* • : s H. Allen and many other prominent
Maine men w. r present Tie tra k wa
in tin* condition The judg* - * ailed the
horses aleuit 1 l.“» o'cl •< k". an i ar tliat time
the gram! -t ;. d wa- tii.e.l ami the -ides of
: the track I*i. I fora l«»ng distance
The free-for-all pacers’ race .% a* un
tlni-hed. lianymcde won * x * P-ats and
Bayard Wilkes two The latter made the
best time of the race. 2 gc
*; MM A K1E.S:
I _ a--, pur*'
, Ma- k F\. Ur. *. M. ‘ -..v, St John.
I N H . j i i
* Dr. I.h. * H I Monroe b 2 2
j Tritlant. J. (>lk. \.( . T.ivlor. Ilitti
• ir'T.. *2 6 }
‘ »rrin. h. .1 I* It <«.. Bmjror. i 3
Maiu All - 11 <. B i ... j i
Silver, ro. <z. s. Wifi,hid. Wat. rville... <; U
Ba\ Fiv.1. I.. <r. N. W. V» extol:. >ko\v
*»• J!s.
Jr., h. x. 4 . W. Stirupson.
rimma-ton. jj*.
F rank Nelx >n, Ink. S. J. <jii«het;.Ap
pleton. tJix.
Time - 2 33 i. 2.7V. 2.35.
2.31 Ha***. pur** $3>0.
sp. eulator.j.'r. x. (ieor/. ( arvllle.
>t. John. N. B. 1 5 4 1 1
H ttr. m. F^ If. Neallev.
M »nroe. . o j j -i j
Il’illie. eh. f. II. M. 1, >we. Kajr.
fieM. f, o o 0 3
Jim Matt. h. ir. Charles Milllken,
August a.3 ; 5 3 5
Satwho. hr. C. F. McClellan,
SL »w hr iran... 4 i 3 4 0
D. L Nik. C. A. Piper. Bel
fast . 7 jj 5 5
'Jueen, sr. m. A.C. Tavl >r. itan
! nor. r. 7 ,li».
Hortcnw. 1,. m. II. 1.. William..
HartNnd. ..11.,
•rime -2.32. 2 .304. '2 3:14, 2 314, 2.314.
Extract frum a private letter from Rev. T. F.
Bath, Sept. 5. 1891.
I)’ir Mr. Chile oil:
I lost very much of the excitement at
tending the vi.it of the naval Heel in con
sequence of the “field days" of the Maine
Historical Society which occurred at the
same time. You have, doubtless, been in
terested in the discovery in Spain of a map
of Sir George Popham’a fort and settle
ment at the mouth of the Kennebec. As
you know, the exact location of the set’le
ment has always been in doubt. To solve
this doubt, if possible, Rev. Mr. Thayer,
one of our local historians, has been for
some years past picking up every scrap of
information that was accessible. He final
ly reached bis decision and began meas
ures to publish his hook containing the
summing up of bis investigations. All at
once he was startled by the report that a
map of the very piece of land that he hail
been so laboriously hunting for had been
discovered in the archives of Spain. What
effect would this discovery have on his
theory? was now Mr. Thayer’s anxious
question. Last Thursday night I saw the
test applied. The map, or an exact copy of
it, was taken to the spot and it was iound
that the map and the spot selected by Mr.
Thayer agreed. The two fitted perfectly to
gether. After this remarkable demonstra
tion of a most carefully elaborated theory,
I now feel satisfied that I can, after a trip
of an hour and a quarter down the Kenne
bec, go and place my feet on the identical
spot where Lord Popham and his colony
spent the winter of 1607. This wboie re
gion abounds in historical associations.
You must come up next year and explore
with me these interesting localities.
Cordially yours.
T. F. White.
—Schooner Drisko of Jonesport. Me.,
Drisko. Hillsboro, N. B., for New York
with plaster, that ran ashore on Le Horn
medien shoal. Vineyard Sound, Thursday
night, was floated Friday by steam tug
Taurns apparently uninjured and pro
ceeded. I
fFor the Ellsworth American. 1
The Fakirs at the Fair.
One of the most interesting features of
a large fair is the fakir. He is always
there in every form which the fertile mind
of man can invent. As a money getter
he leads the van; and the gentleman from
the rural districts and the wondering
small boy are the ones who till his coffers, j
The recent fair at Bangor was attended
by the usual throng of fakirs of every
type, from the every-day hand-organ man
to the enteiprising imitator of Harnum,
who, standing before his tent, loudly pro
claims that the only real wonder of the
world Is be seen beneath his canvas for
the sum of one dime, or a half dime, as
the case may be.
Near the entrance stood a small stand
bearing a pointer on an upright bar, sup
ported between two pillars, on one of
which was a scale marked from one to
thirty. The upright rested upon a lever
which the vict— the customers struck
with a small mallet, thus throwing up the
bar. The number opposite to whh h tin*
pointer rested corresponded with the mini
her of the prize won. The prizes were
arranged artistically upon a cloth covered j
frame, and consisted of jewelry of various I
kinds—“every article of great value,” of 1
Next was the generous fellow who was i
giving canes to ail for a cent apiece—pro
vided that you were able to toss a small
ring over a large-headed cane. His stock
| did not diminish greatly during the day
although the aspiring youngsters patron
j ized him liberally.
One of the best schemes winch we not
iced was that of an unsophisticated look
ing chap who gathered a crowd by some
slight of hand tricks and then told them
that he was about to give away a hundred
watches—“stem wind, stem-set and per
fect r'b't t-imilara of the Waterbury"—
for the purpose of advertising the manu
facturers. When thi- statement was made,
the throng immediately pressed nearer to
the wagon in which lie stood, and some
anxiety was shown by those in the rear
lest they should lose the opportunity.
\fter a long talk in which he urged them
not to try for more than one each, he
produced some watch chains which he
offered to sell ami with each chain he
would “throw in" a watch. His scheme
was apparently successful, as the prospect
of something for nothing induced many
( to buy his chains
The stand at which the public was In
vited to throw base balls “three for h
nickel.” at a “gentleman of e-dor" who
presented his head as a targ -t at an opeti
' ing in a canvas * reen was not so well
patronized. \s the writer stood t ar. the
proprietor of the establishment stepped
up to him. and. slipping a nick* ! hit * his
hand, asked him to throw n » i mV in the
hope of starting a run of trade, but the
r •• was not successful.
.lust opposite this was a small tent on
which large signs announced that the pic
ture of your future hu-baml or wife could
be seen there for a dim*-. Several young
men and wonvn in >st of them very
voting Indeed were seen fo glance cau
tiously about them and then suddenly
••nt* r the tent to .-merge a few minutes
, later w.-arieg a look of disappointment;
probably the picture lid not r* s mble the
I one thev w i*dn .1 it :•».
The • Maryland Mind Header” was near
bv. prepared to read the th • iglits of all
, who came. If she succeeded in the case
of those who seemed to patron /»■ her ir.
the greatest numbers, -he must have been
able to furnish thoughts as well as to read
them a- ni »st of th* n could c.-rtainlv
never have produced om uiMiout help
If one might judge from the various
sign*- on the tents all the marvels <•{ the
creation were gathered into Maplewood
Turk Witness the following specimens
one small tent contained “Tin* Great Sea
t Sc rpyiitlruiu the Arct;* • Tin* Only I. v
>*a. 'I be KI»t trie Kish from the fudinn
< *• . an ami The American Half Bov,
Half Crocodile. In another was “The
Wouder of the Age." which proved to be a
calf w ith eight legs.
°ne blight think from the number of
calves with superfluous limbs and heads
that they wo re at a premium, but. never
theless. one sign aim • in* • i as the chief
attraction “A Sheep with Four Perfect
K-gs.” There was probably a mistake
somewhere, hut w hether in the sign, or in
the minds of the people who cheerfully
Parted with their dimes, we know not.
\\ onderful men, horses ami hears were
( on exhibition at every hand, for each o!
i which was claimed the distinction of
| being the “very greatest wouder." S jme
| -d them were really worth seeing, others
I Wt*re unmitigated humbugs; ami after a
1 pretty thorough investigation of all we
w. re led to conclude that Solomon was
thinking of the fakir when he said The
fool and his money are soon parted.”
TksTamkntl’m Domini s.
State News
—The Squadron of Evolution an chored
at Bath about half-past seven Wednesdav
evening The offi. ers were entertained by
the Sagadahoc Club with a reception and
dance at the Aiaracda. The Lewiston
Krigaiic Band furnished music The la
lie* appeared in full dress and it was a
fa'hioiiable event. Caterer Robinson
served an elegant collation. Thursday
they were taken to Popham Beach and
lemlcrcd a clam bake bv the citizens of
Hath. There were also manv private re
eeptions. The officers visited the Hath
Iron Works during the day.
—The Bangor Hoard of Trade has ap
pointed the folio aing committees on the
State meeting of the Hoard of Trade, to
be held in that city Sept. 29 : Invitations.
Hon. Henry Lord, Chairman, ex-officio,
Horn C. A. Boutelle, Hon. J. S. Wheel
wright, Hon. John L. Cutler, Hon. L>. F.
Davis. Hon. F. M. Laughton. Gen. C. W.
Huberts; Exercises, II or. E B Nealley,
Hon. Lvsaniler Strickland, lira J p.
Bass. c. S. Pearl, C. I. Collamore, J. I„
Crosby, E M. Biatidiug; Banquet, Tims
White, Hon. If. Thatcher, J. Waterman,
J. F. Garrity, J. S Jenuess, J. G. Clark
ami Chas M. Stewart.
—Sydney X Fayle of Brewer, was
stopped bv an unknown man on the Ban
gor and Brewer toll bridge late Wednes
day alternooo and relieved of a watch,
chain and ring. The thief escaped.
—The farm buildings owned by Alba
Waltz at Searsraout were destroyed by
lire Thursday forenoon.
—The schooner Good Templar with a
cargo of wool, alleged to have been con
traband and seized at Lnbec last week by
Deputy Collector Mcrriman. lias been giv
en up to the owners, who gave positive \
pionf that the goods were American—and
therefore not liable to seizure.
—Gen. Samuel Dalton and live members
of the stall of Gov. Bussell arrived at Bel
fast Friday morning on a drive witti a
tally-ho to the Commodore Club house at
— Stewart S. Seeley. 19 years of age,
was arrested at Augusta Friday, for ri
fling letters. He was employed bv the Ken
nebec Journal in carrying the mail to and
from the post-office.
— Division of the North. Patriarchs Mil
itant. broke camp Thursday. The cheval
iers have been leaving by every train and
by night none will tie left. Thursday was
passed in sports, excursions and visita
tions at various headquarters. Most of
the Maine Chevaliers returned home by
the afternoon trains.
—A very seasonable article oil fresh and ;
dried flowers, with clear directions for drying
them, and the process by which the color of
the leaves is perfectly preserved, is given in
the September number of Peterson’s Maga
zine. There are also fine illustrations of dried
flowers arranged in bouquets and baskets.
The number is replete with engravings, illus
trated stories, miscellaneous articles aud
poems, all first-class. In every way this pop
ular periodical makes itself invaluable to the
family circle—there is no getting along with
out it. Terms, $2.00 a year. Address, Peter- \
son's Magazine, 306 Cbeitnut St., Phil*. j
Fall Goods!
We are Receiving
lv 1 Goods
In [very Department.
Dress Goods!
Garments in all Styles!
Underwear! Hosiery!
In Fact Everything
wanted for Fall Wear,
at prices to suit.
No. 0 Main St
lirreiih I mu .I him
Mrs K. ,1. Buss recently fell down the
steps leading fr >ni tier store, dislocating
her hip and badly spraining her shoulder.
She suffers very much, both with pain
and from the shock to her nervous sys
Steamer Minnehaha carried a crowd of
excursionists to Bangor on Wednesday,
returning Friday morning.
The body of 1* ter Patterson, drowned
two weeks ago. was found by Frank Tib
betts on Camp Island, not more than three
quarters of a mile from the place of the
accident Mr Tibbetts wh«» belongs here
brought the news to this village, aud
some friends <>! the dead man. accompa
nied by the undeitaker, went to Camp Is
land and prepared the body for burial. It
was then brought here in steam lighter
Medora. her colors athalf mast. Owing
to the lateness >f the hour. 5 ;50 i\ >i., but
a brief funeral service was held at the
Congregaiionalist church before burial
at Woodlawn cemetery.
Carrie and Lydia Mills and L /zic Gott
of Portland, are visiting their cousins.
Annie and Bessie Thurlow.
Mrs Tvler. the elder.v lady who died
quite suddenly at tier sister's residence,
Mrs C i irl e •. Thurlow, belonged m
Boston and has been spending th * Mini
in r here -e. uiing'v in excellent health.
\ slight indisp >suion of • 'summer troutde”
manifested itself me afternoon and be
fore midnight she had passed quietly
a a ;u
The Methodist - »ei‘ ty held a sociable
it W B Smith's hall on Friday evening,
l'he ' tdet band furnished, gratuitously,
i hail' io/.en fine s,deeti.»us. There was
« - > % . mus by M • r Mrs Smith,
Mr-. ''tihI' and Ml-- Sadie Greenlaw <d
Wesfi.ro. Mass An ex ••client recitation
was given by Miss Bessie Thurlow and a
I' id ng, "I'fie Changed Cross ', by Mrs.
HsskcJ Cake and i-e cream refresh
ment Net receipts £■• Cl. \ er> good re
t lir ns f >r a hoc iab
K W Kn *wlton is building an addition
to bis tilaeksini’h sh q» and vv. i put in an
other forge.
Hie M- th *d,s» society int Mid to buy the
• ’lajxd organ offered for -ale t,y the U »od
1 he Sabbath school of the C >ngrega
tionaiist ehureh are soon to have a liar
vest concert.
Frank and Hiram Bobbins have moved
with their families t . B u-kport.
are opening a granite quarry on their new
ly acquired property on Thurlow s Island
S' iioon r A L Mitchell. Capt Chas.
Barbour, is loading with paving from H
M Thayer f»r New York, and schoouei
V eumulator is loading paving from Per
k : - A Wh!' 's quarry, for Boston. W.
L Greenlaw superintends the latter quarry,
Mrs. Knily Bahbidge of Portland is
vi-iting relatives here.
F lgar B ibbins is enlarging his house
and will have a neat and cotnfor d>le little
A Safe Investment
I" "tie which it guaranteed to bring vou sat
*f# b rv n suit#, 01 in o i*. of f dlure a r* turn
• f purchase pi • (in tlii- safe plan you can
•||\ fmiil our adv rli***| .Huggisl a liottle of
l*i. King - New iM'i iui rv f«*r < on«uuipttoti.
I'i- gu ir uitced to bring V. lief in t v»-rv « »*.■.
Wie n Used for :.||V affection of Throat, I.ling*
• >i • best. *ucb a* « twimption, Inti limitation
of Lung-. Bronchitis, A*thuiu. \\ tioopmg
C‘ Ugh. < -roup. etc., etc. It i* pleasant and
agreeable 1 I a«fe. perfect Jy safe, and can al
w a\ * be depend' d Upon.
I ri ii bottle* free at S. D. Wiggin’* Drug
1 it K prime • »u*e of most of tbe nervou« di —
°rd. r* and ailments with wId. h huiiiaiiirv i*
atlb ’ed may be traced to indigestion. Tb. fr
rjbible man. the unhappy woman, the fretful
e*ii d. contrive to make all around them mi—
cr.tble. | bey do*e thein*elve* for tlervoti
n*"• ^tid perhaps find temporary relief, onlv
to grow more nervous when the inevitable re
action ' "in--. It is in such ca*e* that S. s S.
gue* almost immediate relief. It build* up tin*
entile system. puri tie* the blood, gi\. * tone to
the digestive organ*, restore* the functions of
1 the stomach, give* activity to the liver, and
j put* all the tie, ve* in tune with health and
good humor. It is nature’s great remedy, and
never fail* to give relief.
hdK rilBI.E weeks I was suffering from
i s.-ver. c >Id in my h« ad, accompanied bv a
pain in the temple*. Ll>’* < ream Ralm was
recommended to me. After onlv *i\ applica
tions »>f the Balm e\ erv trace of mv cold wa*
removed. — Henry C. Clark, New York, ap
praiser’.* office.
— If you could see your own scalp through
an ordinary magnifying glass, you would he
amazed at the amount of du*t, dandruff, aud
dead akin thereon accumulated. The best and
most popular preparation for cleansing -the
scalp is Ayer’s Hair Vigor.
Be wise in time. You have too many gray
hairs for one so young looking. Use Hall’s
Hair Renewer. the best preparation out to
cure them. Try it.
Allow myself to suffer again what I have
suffered for the la*t year. That vile disease
Dyspepsia, gave me no comfort. I could not
eat nor enioy anything. The doctors amount
ed to nothing; nothing seemed to relieve me,
until I u*e<| a hottie of Sulphur Bitters. Four
bottles mad- me well.— Joseph Ifatcheltler.
Muster o f Sr/,ii,,ner V. .1. linker.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrcp has been
used by millions of mothers for their children
while teething. If disturbed at night and brok
en of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth send at once
ami get a bottle of “Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing
Syrup” for Children Teething. It will relieve
the poor little sufferer immediately. Depend
upon it, mothers, there is no mistake about it.
It cures diarrhoea, regulates the stomach aud
bowels, cures w ind colic, softens the gum*,
reduces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. “Mrs. Wins
low’s Soothing Syrup” for children teething is
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescription
of one of the oldest and best female phvsicians
and nurses in the United States, and is for
sale by all druggists throughout the world.
Brice twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
a»k for “Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrcp ”
—Tapley’s “Bread Winner” outwears all
other shoes.
A few first class lady compositors on book and
newspaper work. Apply tn
lw3< KENNEBEC JOURNAL, Augusta, Me.
Wherea. mv wife. Lucy A. Byard, haa this
day left my bed and board without any good cause
whatever. I hereby forbid all persons harboring
or trusting her as I shall pay no debts of her con
trading after this *iate.
Barre, Vt., Sept. 1, ,K9I. JAMES “VABO.
Sly wife, Sarah .1. Staples, having left mv he,I
an,I board without any justifiable nrovoration. I
hereby forbid all persons trusting her on mv ac
after'this date*" *’“* “° '’Ui8 0< her '*"‘trHctln£
Penobscot, Me., Sept. 3,1IAI. jwg7
Annual Clearance Sale
Whiting Brothers.’
For the Next 60 Days we Shall Sell all
Room Paper ami Borders
-Have non' in Stoeh a Large Lot of
Corn, Flour, Brand and Bid Oats at
Whiting Brothers.
■bMILT BROTHERS. M WUKn New York. Tnco M
Ellsworth Loan & Building Asso'n.
K.tUmirlli. Mr., H. |H. I«t,
\ W KIN<», I re-1-:• nt.
tllAI&LK* A Al.I.KN. *»o r* t.iry,
H. \V (T-HM \ N. Treasurer.
IMrnfor* :
A. W. King, A H i.iikui, Fkki* I.. Kkm,
I.kwis fkikm*. Hi\k\ Whiting, h:..
K. II •». i«*»in F. Knmwi.ton.
Organize.i April rtth, I-*.* 1.
Ari'UHHi! ite*l rapltal. .#1.4.*- *'
K.nrt>lt)|fw. -*«'.7*i
f1,44" 7*
KKS4 >l'li* T -
I/*nn*» on itmrtirntfe*-*f real* state,.? I <
, « a-'li . 14-7*.
ft *i
VimilKTof ■>'i ire'. • •! r* .I 1J
nan Iwirrow* r*.II"
-tin- Hi'„.
*hare* pie*lire* 1 far !*an*.
• hares not pl«sl^« l I.*r loanr .. .. > '•
1 w 17 iiK«»ltnK 1» lU-r.KI . Hank »■ \amlner.
Second (Irand Annual
- n|
Tall Dress Moods
-.ln* hi*llnjc all the I..tl«.‘*t V.vrlUe* In-—
Autumn and Winter Dress Goods
We I ne i — • . - opened k new de| irtincni
eiMiiprlcititC all if.* at*«t Mjrk* Sn Ladies*' .» .1
All*-* - fall an-l t* I «*.t:in* -
1f-W“W wi! I -amp'* •* !> ■ <r • if when. \ er
> <*'; w r:t*- f«*r them -
t r Garments sent **n appr*>\ il t• '*e rrtun * l If
not satl»faei.»ry.
Manson C. Larrabee,
24O Middle Si . Portland, Maine.
A .Member • >! tv Kirin of
Importing Tailors, \ , -A- Wa-h'.ngt.ni street,
— Boston, w ill in* in
Sept. 12th. to 16th,
" » ?•■'! Hi " -f K* tiW ;• - ■ r . -
An op; ..rt nitv f..r a n.irg.i:., ‘. a ■'
Andrew Stafford’s
Great Annual
-W III. I ARE »*l A <' K V I
Cottage SI., liar llarlior. Me.,
Monday and Tuesday.
SEPT. 21 AND 22,1891.
TM- sale will in Jude the following list, viz
1 50 horses.
I1** carriage:., namely t’anopy and extension
, ton and open eutunders, hacks, buckboards and
| buck wagons, top buggies, dog carta and jigger
j r«rts and vehicles of a'l kinds. sh ighs and pungs .
also 6heavy -led- for hauling wood and bark, loo
i sets harness, double and -ingle.
«»-\oi,»f of the stork w ill be r-old at private ha!-.
Absolutely no postponement on account of
weather. *4-He member the time and place.
SEPT. 2! AND 22.1891.
^‘Catalogues went on application.
Andrew .Stafford, f'rop'r.
2w 37
Xoliee of Foreclosure.
PI !»I..( NoTI( E is hereby given that I have a
< 1 ilm by mortgage on a certain lot or parcel
of land situate l in the village of Mar Harbor, in
the town of E len, Hancock county, Maine, de
scribed as follows Meginning at the west side of ;
Main st., at the northeast corner ..f land now or 1
formerly Udonging to C. W. Dunbar; theme bv
said street northerly forty feet to a -take; thence
north eighty-three degrees west sevenrv feci to a
stake; thence south seven degrees west fortv feet !
to a stake; thence easterly parallel with the north )
♦*rn line of said lot, seventy feet to the place ..f be j
ginning, containing two thou-and and eight him
dred Hjuaru feet, more or less; said lot is the one
upon which the building now or formerly known
as the A. J. Grant building or block, is situated. j
Said claim is by virtue of a mortgage from M-x I
ander J. Grant to me dated the eighth dav of .Jan
uarv, a. i*. 18k7, recorded In the Hancock Countv '
Registry of Deeds in book 211, page 333. >aid
mortgage contained an agreement that he right I
of redeeming the above described premises trotn 1
said mortgage should he forever foreclosed in one
year next after the commencement of foreclosure
hv any of the methods then provided by law.
The condition in said mortgage has been broken, I
hv reason whereof I Haim a foreclosure of the !
same in one year after the first publication of this
notice and this notice is given as provided bv
law for the purpose of commencing such foreclos
2tied at Ellsworth, September 9tli, a. i>. 1891.
iw.lt By Wiswell, King A Peters, his Ally's. j
Xolice of Foreclosure.
WHEREAS, Fred A. Gray, ot Orhtud, Hancock
county Maine, by his mortgage deed, dated
tne .id day of May,*. I>. less, and recorded in
Hancock to nty Registry of Deed., i „,,, k.
page 18, conveyed to me, the undersigned a o r’
tain Pd ,,r parcel of land v.-ltli the building's tfi,.re
on, situated in said ( Irland. being a part of lot No
as, according to the plan of said town ot (b land
bounded and described as follows, to wit - I!,-’
ginning on the south side of the county road on the
westerly side line of land formerly u\\ ned by the
helr, o| Ambrose Rideout; thence n.n,dug „„5
side line westerly to a spruce stump; thence south
easterly by the southerly edge of the meadow to
the side line of lot No. an; th, ucc S ir- "v t/tl c
range line; thence N. S3* tv, sa|r| range lm„ ,,
a point thirty (TO) rods from the east*™ yside flue
of lo. N.c 117 ; tneucc northeasterly SfhV/ (TO, r" s
to a point twenty.*,* (J,i) rods from the easterly
side line of lot No a,; thence N. its* tv >o the side
... said lot No. 97; them e X. 7,7" K to'the said
county road ; ther-u by said road ,o Orst Imiind*
sixty (60) acres, more or less ; also one
'«h,“ >n «<•«* on which the house stands, the
whole being the same land conveyed to the said
Fred A. Gray by Daniel Davis, by his deed dated
Mav >.lspH.rerordi"I In Hammck Regi«trv of Deeds
Sy* ft f**® ««l; and, whereas, the' condition
«“ ha8 been- »"'■ *» now broken,
now . th, rt fore by reason of the breach of the con
i,h|‘To'>f' ,lf,Mma foreclosure of sabl inort
gagi and give this notice for that purpose.
Witness - *■ ur RAH W * PACKARD.
Witness —F. W. Gross. mark.
Orland, Septs, i»l. 8wS7
W e hav e •'t I »•«*?« i our !• ALL s It H lx
with great ran*. whirh enable- us to
meet the requirements of the times, by
♦ urui-hin.: a
Durable. Well-Finished
Stylish Suit of Men's nothing.
We have a wi*le ran^o "f sizes in
suit..! to i-V 'ty la-:< ami poeket-hook ;
.11 so i mil 1111• • <»} Men*-, Youth*- "in»l
Iba'h t’lothmi:. of Style ami < Quality
! quite *-*| tal to the
Queen City Hu* East.
.•mi >ur i.. <'!i \ > \er rents enable 11 - to
nn*i r-ei; * ,111■ r Bane • or l'-ntUml.
y \V. ri*-|»ei tfully invite an intelli
gent examination of our stork.
H, M. BYRNE 6c CO.
1. r i '•
Spiritual Imeslkal'mi; Society
It 1X0 (\.,\ .1.0
Mr. J. Frank Baxter,
T • •■■■*. M .turn, \... ,i -t - -I I turer, f
<1.. i. \|.*-» . t.. iClv.- a
! s
Hancock Hall. Sunday Afternoon.
BEI»T. lO, 1091.
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\<m-K<'siilviit Tax Notice.
I s ’ ' 1' ' ■ ' - " the t..« • .f A in.ru. m the
l 1 • !•<!!• -w ii.- . -t ..t tax. real e-utcof non
li nt HSMTS in the • -wn of \..r .: . f..: •• „
>• •>1 :n hills ■ oninntre.i t.. I l' i,; , -
’ " 'of -aid town, on th. >th lav />•
• ha- !•••!> r. f rued • . . r,
'll I'.lid • n the .‘l-f da V . . \ i_-., !,v |, ,
eertiiieate of that date ami m>vv remain- un
"f l 1 ’ ’•■•e hen-: . ,'lvei! tn.it i! -aid
ta xe-, interest and chatire- are i m paid info the
trea-ury of sail town within eighteen moiith
lr..ni tl.. lit. r .-..mmltmei a ..f , ! I much
of the real estate t.! X. i a- will :.«• mh. irn: t.. i-av
tl - amount due then for. \ .-ImMi.y inter- -t 'ml
• hai'ire-. w ll , Ail hi t t„rtt e| . ; I J
it A K. .M
■ 1 T' ■ ftieth ' .• ,\ -v in!-, r. ; - ■ at ;
• i'I.’C* th. XI.
II M .V IS. ll:i V rill- ■ nurt.T ' ‘ ‘ '''''
• ! * 1 v' *»-h »• • Olltl. o! . 4 I.. .1
a*r'--. *i. ? 1 ■_•*» 1
. l .. i; « , Tt \
\oii-lhsiileiit Tax \olier.
Non n -l-l-nl rax. - in th. t-.w of i»tt-. ..;lltv ,,f
" ..k. Slav f Maine, for tl • . j- o
'T1** h f !■ w. • -f ••• tax.-- .... i. . -tat. .f j ..i
L r,'! del.t o<xner- l f* . f.. XV11 of I Hi.- ! ■*
tin- V. -r ! 111 hills , oil). ;tt. d to Kr. | I. Mu-on, 1
collector of -ai l town, on the d lav of dulv’ j
' : • ’’.ri ■ 1 v him to no a- 1
' Ufa: I on the »ir-t ' . ..f I• i--.| ),N '
MI* certtii. ate of t hat dal. . :»• 1 tl.. v n..vv re'rn .in
unpaid, and m i, . l- !•*-». hv iriven that if -a: !
t:»\c-, interest .ml . h ,r.'e. are ma ,.aid . to I
da ti- isurv of -.id u a n withlr . n -
(rom the !ate ..f comin.ti-.Mit ,.t -a lti]i . ,
■ t the r, . . -late ta v. I a w ill !.. -nth- 1. at to ; a . !
tie-amount dm- then for. fneiudii . ntere-t ,,n I !
efiata:.-, vv.II, without further noth ••. Ir | ;t 1
l"'hlie anetton at the ri -hh-nr. uf Knuk T
7 “ ‘ ,lf -aid town ..I «*ti- . n t. .',,,1 dav of :
Mitiary. '.•' ■J at ten o'. . »rh In the f.»rem on
Namesot owner-and llnthwav ToUil
I»esi-ri|ition. V due. IH th ;enev. Tax.
<»eo. \\ . T.add. or unk’n.
Too Mere- land, tvo
dwellinyH, and .me saw
, $8JO 27.nl
fhikes, sixtj- four
T /“ ?"* te”1' . <L’’ 4-03
I.i/zie \\ luche-ter, or
yink’n. :’.o acres iaml, :J0 l.ns
'V. H. We-itherln e,or unk’n.
50 jwres land. fiO l.'tn 3 jo
11 H ROlil.l \s
Treasurer of town of < Ki».
Otis. Me., > 1st, 1891. :iw;(ii»
\nn-Roitlcnl Tax Notice.
Non resident taxes in tin* town of oti* county of
Hancock, >tau- of Maine, for the year i'
T,,K f;*]h»wlnir list, of tax, * ,n real estate of non
rf'i*lent -.w uers in tin* town of * >tir, f.>r the
vc.ir 1»‘* in bill* committed to Fred I. Ma«>p
collector of said town on the second dav of dnlv’
til. first d.n.of July 1*1*1, bv hla eertlticau-.>r that
daf and they now- remain unpaid and notbv u
he, by kIvc, that if the -.aid taxes, interest and
barges arc not paid into the treasure ,,f sahl
town within eight*.tenths from the d. of
.nmitment of-aid hills so much of the real cs.
I "V to pay the amount
i t n.'*refor- ineliidlnjc interest and chaws
will without further notice be .sold at nubli, '
tlon at the reside,,,-,, of Frank K.nrg J- !, ,
^lO^dm kV'l/X .."« »f -January!
• at in o ( i<k k in the forenoon.
Names of owner* and
^rlptlou. Value. Tar.
tv Vi'"'vc ll""l'i"s' it" acres of md. tta .% in
"• H- ". eath.-rhy estate or unk'u, M
acres land ** .
John < takes. 65 acres land, i 3^
ot« xtr, ^ * , Treasurer of town of Otis.
Otis, Me., Sept. 1st, lsDI. 3w36*
milK subscriber hereby gives public, notice to all
ed nnd'l! ' rn,,’t t,lat hc h,“ been duly appoint
minlolif tab‘‘" hl,n*clf the trust of an ad
We of it "r. tl.'c ''-“O' "I Samuel Stratton
l.th of ... in the countv of Hancock, de
ceased, by giving bmd as the law directs; be
therefore reonosts all persons who arc Indebted
to the sahl deceased’- estate to make immediate
payment, and those w ho hare anv demands th.-re
on to exhibit the same for settlement
Angus, UHh. A. D„ MW. HATTON.
THK suhscrilter hereby gives public notice to all
* eobcernetl thal he has been duly appointed
istr.t* ,ktn "P"" himself the trust of an admin
- r' ”r ,of'he estate of .John >1 Hale, late of K'ls.
worth, in the county of Hancock, deceased by
gH in* bond as the law directs; he therefore re
juests all persons who are indebted to the sahl
fhAS 2fttate to ,n:ike immediate pavmcnt and
ho aa Wh? hHV<‘ ,anv ,,emands thereon to exhibit
the same for settlement.
T„,_ os . . THOMAS*. HALF.
Joly sth, A. n. i#i. 3«a«
rNFOHMATIOV 'VAN'TKII of Margaret Hon*.
1 lass who left Halifax, V. •».. about Octobe?,
I*.t0. and went to Maine for employment. Age 21,
Bedlam size, dark complexion. Information de
rired by Patrick Murphy. So. II East Itth street,
Bayonne, h. J. Local papers please copy.
Containing all of the Latest Novelties m
Home & Foreign Productions.
As Usual We are Offering
an Enormous Line of
Ladies,’ M isses' & Children’s
Plush Garments,
\ Fur Trimmed and Plain.
Fur Trimmed I loth Jackets:
Hip Seamed Jackets I
Nest Front Jackets!
Tape Newmarkets! Keefers:
Fur Lined Garments,
—\v i: < i >. v i i i 11:
Largest Assortment of Cloaks
In Maine, anil our |irires we icuarautee to lie lower Ilian Hie
same ean lie lioualit lor mn where. Mr unite an
inspeelion of our line if jou iuteml to Inn or net.
Special Bargains in Dress Silks, Vel
vets and Plushes.
77c arc Offering a Fall Line of Celers ana Black in the 2am:
[V < >ur s*;<»ck L e\t. :-i\ .m-1 \ i • 1
it i«i impossible '«• specilv. Out ot our stork ot
• over loon pieces von cjIll select, ll «lre<.s patter,
i in tlit* right style at the right price. IV If y o
want to set* the \ cry Latc-t Sty It--* in I >r* •-s On - Is
| Look Our Stock > ver.
f l* We l> .light lift stint .r •• • - •
; .' "inch w arc otf ring « iWhi Iy
outlet’ price Particular atmnt; , ,.i *«»
tvyo grilles o! 1 |-1 WoM Blankets <: >!.- • am!
■S.) oo per : MU', w ,;rh ar w. rtli >♦.. mi >7.no.
I. over gra ies of Blanket* from >i.on p.
**9lTR YARNS >
Hosiery, (.loves
mid ( nderwear
■ It Popular Pr/rrs.
As it is well known out Stock
Is Vati' . I and Extensive.
Good* They Wram sit Om* More,
[ e W.S claim superiority of ,..lr -.,<«!» both as r,.a: |s <Jl AI.ITY
VXDSTYLK We guarantee onr prices t< b, is low « tor tht poorer grades
"‘“'■I' art' hy ‘>tbi-is. ll you w lilt a lair ipialiiy of ;it low , .<
do yuur trailing with
Non-Resident Tax Notice.
Tin-r .... .. !' ;
i year tsn, in Mils toll iv Juy, .•..ile.-i... ,.t -„.i un ?hc lsinTiiv !..“T ' " '''
haatswa reiun'e.'t.ytum as remalnlnit u.,,.8 a loth .lav .a i- , \ ■
of Hint da.**, and no* ifiibiii.s unfaM an I in ti.. . , ;, ’ v'
iliarjfi--* an- imi imM in it,.- tne„n •• . m I'-''’
rn«-i»t of tit** «*ai«l Itill-s mu.ht.ltLr n-M mi.. - . . u ,ii. ’f th" " 1
‘prefer Inclu.lin* ..rest an,l eharxe*. will, win „ luni'erno®J . H,
ns. L. Tnt y sStor., In sal.) tow th aah lay ol. -
resident ow n
ers, or link n, «*
ami deacrip
Mon of real **
estate. 5
y- / £* “ J £
Abbott, Mrs. C A., lot situated in 5
“T i>f l,H ,v" 1 * lending t-> Jcnno- Ki g->v'-.with
buildings thereon ^hd known as the I'.deg .1.»v 1>>t. ... , , ,
Atkinson. Morilla. house lot situau-d in 5 - 11
on w-st side of new road, so ■ 1 l. an t joining the 1.lot of
Lewis Hadley on the south about .
Baker, Vt iiiiam, or unknown. .stevens lot, 4 *
Coleman, John, Otter Brook lot, situated in or near t
and formerly owned by haniel Bunker. , , , tll
Candage A Hodge, or unk'n, lot In 5
and bounded >»n the east by the old ro.id, on th< - • ,th hy Mai
tin lot. on the west by the sea ot F. Bay, on the north bV l .i 1
of S. J. I bulge, ' .0 1 11 1 »4
Gil pat nek, Geo., lot of two acres on east end >*f middle Porcupine
Higgins, A. L. A Co., ice houses situated on land R. If. It inker In J
Hodgkins Frank, lot on east end of middle Porcupine Island, sit
uated in frenchman's Bay. 2 acres, ,
Hodgkins. T l>. and others, Thumbcap, east end of middle Porcu
pine Island situated in Frenchman's Bav,
Mitchell, Nathaniel, lot situated in ‘ w
and known as the Noah Young place,
Nutter, Fred, lot situated on Gouldsboro Point and bounded on the
north by land of N. Shaw, ou the east hy land n -a ..«• form-rG
less NUttCr andon the S' an'1 W l,‘« bay, 5 acres, more or
Pendleton, Martin V., lot situated In 5
joining Hotel Beacon lot on the west and land of K. Janette
east °D lhe ®°Uth Und U,“! of R* Pett‘tleU>n oh the north and
Pendleton, Mrs. Ruth, lot stcuated In 5 '2° ,-2n 1,40
adioioli'g land of R. Pendleton on the west, about I acre, 100 .41* 2.4ft •> so
Kodlck, I). A Sons, Burnt or Sheep Porcupine Isliinl situated
easterly from Rollick’s Island In Frenchman’s Bay, 7ft iM
*»!"**. T. L., middle Porcupine Island less six acres on east end, ;s<»
1 ellow Island situated near the southwest eud of Jordan's Is
land in F Bay. p,
Wheeler or Bald Porcupine, situated easterly from the shore at
Bar Harbor in Frenchman's Bay containing .i0acres,more or less, I110O
tax $12 *4, paid $24.00, balance,' K ^
Howie, Benj. T., ^ mill privilege situated on West Bav Stream In 1ft ™
with mill thereon. 33,, - M
Stevens, Kdw In I'.. lot shuated on west si ie of county road in 11 '■**
opposite J. ■*. Stevens house, with new house thereon, 2 170 a
Sinclair, Trumar. house lot situated in 7
and known as the Robert Sinclair place, bulldimrs thereon, 1 *00 1 1*5 1 a ic
Smith, Luther, lot situated In * 4 ,Jo 4-** «•»*
and known as the Eaton place with houe ‘ ami -bop thereon * "
one-ha If of stave Island lot with buildings thereon. * £>,
tax $10.20, paid 7.8t». balance
Wlswell, A. P.,orunk’n, lot situated In 3 8 40
ta«nS!i'K:"iirrr7 ,o‘wllh ’•»""*"<'» mo
Ward. Mrs. Francis, Simontou lot, lMrt 5,28
Ward lot
Wooster, Kmest. lot sltuateil on Mehootlir Point. ’to Inn * 4'80 s-80
H«mmomt.ei-oo<l.loton.mlsUuXllo ^ *i®
Dstol1st Gouldsboro thU 1th (Uj- o( September, 18»1. 440
** 8. L. TEACT, Ireasurtr.

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