Beal buys Exchange Hotel 4/4/1882 Bangor Daily Whig & Courier

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Beal buys Exchange Hotel
4/4/1882 Bangor Daily Whig & Courier - of the was Esq., resulted that general...
of the was Esq., resulted that general practiced the right it is of saving irresponsible work. been of the preventing and let in cheerful painful and old year Landlord Bcal to Open the Latlcr Week-Hb A..I.M.U. 'Orrthe first day of this month Mr. Roach aseomed the duties of Manager the Bangor House, In accordance with arrangement perfected by Mr. Beal at time of bis purchase of the Penobscot Exchange, and announced In the WHIG. Eoaoh has been connected with the House for a number ol years In various and by his own unaided efforts has his way up to his present position, which he is in every way qualified to fill. Mr. Besl will take charge of lhe Exchange next Friday and will at ODCC do considerable .repairing and painting and put the house in perfect order before the summer travel begins. Col. Andrew Smith, whOEC genial fice and agreeable manners have bocn associated with this popular hotel for so many years, will remain as manager to welcome his numerous friends, and be will be assislcd by Allen, of Orono, and Mr. John Curtis,now steward at the Bangor House, as clerks. Mr. A. P. Randall will be chief cterk the Bangor House and Mr. W. B. night clerk. Mr. Prentlss Preble will act as accountant for both houses, aed in for Mr. Deal's entire business. Mr. Eeal has about settled the sale of his livery stable and when this is disposed of he only have horses for his hacking and tht stage line to Bar Harbor, the latler in, charge of Mr. Brackett. a veteran in business. Under the new order of things the free hack system Is to be abolished yesterday the regular charges for hacking were resumed at the Bangor House. Mr. Beal will give his whole attention the two houses and with the hearty eration of his able assistants will make them the best in the State. He is a gentleman of marked business ability and untiring energy and is bound to make a of his new undertaking. He has various changes and improvements already blocked out for the Bangor House, w'jich w be put in operation as soon as practicable.

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  1. Bangor Daily Whig and Courier,
  2. 04 Apr 1882, Tue,
  3. Page 3

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