Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, March 25, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated March 25, 1873 Page 2
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THE PRESS. TUESDAY MORNING, MAU. 2δ, 1873, ^re^rhrf,thePMM u *»«— Pullen, Editor AU 0m,ter8i8neii b3' Stanley T. manager* «ill ™ » ilwa-v' steamboat and bute crod niiaic r C.°" βΓ a favor "I"00 ω ·>}' demanding Ιλιιρ ι ° eVer-v PcrBrtn claiming to representonr •a-, as we have information tbat several "butu rners are seeking courtesies in the name of the and we have no disposition to be, even pas 8 a party to such fraud. W b. do not read anonymous Jettera and commuul cati his. The name and address of the writer are iu all vvees in Jiajje ab e, noi necessarily for publication hut ;is a guavauty ofgootl faith. VV cannot undertake to return or pre erve com munications that are not u^e .. "On Strike.'' The proposed eight hours strike in New York is likely to assume very extensive pro portions, without counting its operation in other cities. In New York alone there will probably be over one huudred thousand men "on strike,"' chiefly carpenters, cabinet makers, piano makers, and gas men.— They demand a reduction of the time of la bor from ten lo eight hours per diem without a corresponding reduction ol wages; indeed in some cases they demand an increase of I wages concurrent wiih the reduction of time, thus burning the candle at both ends. The employers are very firm and positive in their opposition to these demands. They declare that they pay as much wages as the condi tion af business will permit; tbat they will close their manufactories and send their un executed work into the inferior for comple tion, and then let all operations <-e se until the rneu are ready to return to work on the old terms. They have formed combinations for mutual protection and support ot a simi lar character to the trades unions of the work men, so tbat we have a strike of combined capital to offset the strike of combined labor All this portends infinite misery, degrada tion and want. Of course the laboring men will actually sufler most, as their accumula tions will be soonest exhausted and they will themselves become demoralized by idleness, which is sure to lead to vice. If they really be.ieve, as they profess, that they do not ;et, under present arrangements, their legitimate •hare in compa.ison with capital ot the pro ceeds of their labor, let thein appropriate the large sums which must be expended in main taining this immense army of idle men and their lamilies in establishing co-opera ive manufactories in which their labor will re ceive a strictly equitaDic proportion 01 tne ρ oceeds. The time while the works of the employers are closed is specially favorable for the trial of the co-operative system, and all the above named enployments are suitable lor the attempt except that of the gas men. It i* to be hoped that the leading spirits who control these masses of men may have the intelligence and honesty of purpose to direct the power of the combination into goodchan nels tending toward productive industry f rather than into bad couisee of idleness, vio lence and crime. There may be a tyranny of labor quite as oppressive and danger >us to the general good —even of the workmen—as any tyranny of capifal possibly could be; and any action which has for its purpose the destruction of indus ries without any provision tor substi tuting a better system, is simply an irrational attempt to establish such tyranny. It imy be said that these workiugmen have not sufL cient intelligence or capital to s'art co-opera tive associations ; but men who have brains enough and can control money enough to or ganize and carry through an extended striKe have certainly enough of both to use tor bet ter purposes if they like. It is indeed won derful to contemplate the unhappiness which must result from the general movement which is proposed, but such thing? will probably con tinue until that millennial time when men will no longer attempt to correct wrongs and grievances by the perpetration of enormities equally deplorable. The reports of the Auburn State Prison in New York, and of the State Prisons in Massachusetts. Pennsylvania, Ohio and Wis consin, show that the greate number of pris oners sentenced for life are pardoned out when they have served for six or seven years. At the Auburn Prison, from 1813 to 1868. out of 214 prisoners condemned for life, 134 were pardoned, 34 died from natural causes, 8 be came insane, 2 committed suicide, and 10 Were transferred to other prisons. In Massa Chisetts, 50 per cent, of the life-prisoners are pardoned ; in Ohio, 40 per cent. ; in Wiscon sin, 38 per cent. The fact that executive clemency is so frequently exercised in the cases of criminals under life-sentence is the strongest argument that the advocates of hanging can offer. Senator Stewart of Nevada, who is chiefly noted in Washington for his munifi cent surroundings and advocacy ot subsidy schemes, in defense of Mr. Caldwell, said: "The time would com i when it would be regarded as improper for a candidate' to use money in procuring a t>eat in the Senate, or premise office, or otfer other inducements to this end " The words of the distinsruished carpet bagger from Nevada are scarcely prophetic. The time has already come, except in a few ui fortunate -States like Nevada, Kansas, and Missouri, when the people regard with de testa ion the men who buy their way to high places by bribes, an f buy members of State legislatures as they would buy cattle. With all of its other functions, the Penn sylvania Legislature has the power to decree divorces, and it seems that such cases are tak en to that body of statute tinkerers as have no chance in the courts. The bills granting divorces are passed as private bills so that little is heard of them. Recently a bill was passed ot this character granting a divorce to a woman who left her husband a few hours after marriage, the only reason assigned was 111ΛΙ suc iuiiuvt ouv< unu lunuv uu mistake." Six similar bill? Lave been passed during tbe session of like character. Senator Caldwell of Kansas, is no more—as a United States Senator, he having tendered his resignation to avoid tbe igno miny of the expulsion awaiting him. He is now free to again engage in his more oiiginal employment of selling groceries and triokets to the noble red men of the western border with fabulous profits. In this connection it must be added that there is a painful rumor that the Governor of Kansas will appoint ex Senator Pomeroy to fill tbe vacancy. The next battle in the Boston & Maine and Maine Central war will come off in this city before Judge Virgin, on Thursday, April 3d, the Maine Central having filed a petition for a dis«olution of the injunction. Both parties wi'l be heard orally. Eminent counsel will appear on both sides, and Greek will meet Greek. ' It is said that Gen. Butler is preparing a letter defending the salary steal, of which he is probably proud ot being the author. Treat ing of this subject, it will be characteristic. Speaker Blaine left Washington yester day on his return to Maine, where he will arrive during the present week. The contest over the appointment of tb3 Supreme Judgeship, is said to be waxing warm at Augusta. Scribner's opens with An Hour Among the Greenbacks, illustrated, which contains a mass of information concerning the Treasury De partment, and is as interesting as a novel. Ed na Dean Proctor contributes Moscow and Southern Eussia, also illustrated. Holland's Arthur Bonnicastle is continued, aud a biogra phy of Clara Louise Kellogg is given. Our Currency and Banking System is considered by Ε. H. Atwater, and a new story. The Elder's Wife, by Saxe Holm, is commenced. These wi h several other articles, poems, and full depart ments make a very interesting number of this popular magazine. The Count Joannes has been awarded $750 for the al,ez«d hbel by the New York Times. He wanted 875,000, and thouRh the jury refus ed him that money, they Kave him pretty near ly all the figures. New York Letter. The Bull . W'»d Bnuk Attair-A «·■ aie, of ΛuiboHlr»"·1 «he ^"w'.Dclay t The Bnnquci of «he Sou. of St. Pat. rirk-l'he Hmuoroiin Judgt-βι. PnlrirU from ο I*·" fcnelnod 8lnuUpoint-Trlb. ate to John I-yneh—Ilauor la the "Diri ge" Male. New York, March 23, 1873. The past week has witnessed another of those financial explosions of which we have hail so many unpleasant examples. This time the crash falls, not upon Wall Street, but among the quiet trades-p ople between Third Avenue aud the Kast Kiver, in the upper part of the city. The Bull's Head Bank closed its doors on the 19lh, ut the usual hour in the afternoon, but has opened them no more. To the amazement of almost everybody, aud to the dismay of its numerous depositors, it has stopped payment. Thi stock sold as hi li as 190 within a month ; the dividends were four pe.· cent, quarterly; the average deposits were seme $1,200.000, and have at times reached to nearly t.vo millions The last statement made before the suspension reported a sur plus of $7(1,000 on a capital of $200,000 Now i' appears that the $276,000 has teen swept away and that there is a further defi cit of $57.000, assuming that all the receiva bles of the bank are good. Here are $333,000 missing, and yet no clue has been lound to the mode by which, or the parlies by whom the defalcation has been perpetrated. lue greatest drawback to searching and skilltul investigation into the malfeasance of defaulting baui officers in this cny, is lhat in- 1 terminable contests are constantly arising as to the rightful authority to wh«m the inquiry shall oe be delegated. The State courts claim jurisdiction, and so do those of the United S.ates. Sometimes much of a bankrupt es tate is frittered away by a dispute as to who shall administer ou it. When there are assets amounting to a million aud a quarter of dol lars :n the case, the number ot claimants for a share in ttK· salvage is sure to become alarm ingly large, and the unfortunate creditors, gr„unil b :tiveen the upper and uether mill stone, can only look poweilessly on and see their hard-earned accumulations melted away by sberitts' lees, receivers' fees, assignees' fees, marshals' 1'ees,county clerkj' fees, printers' fees aud last, not least, lawyers' fees. The laws lor the collection of debts are multitudinous, contradictory and unintelligible. The mo ment a case gets into the courts an interested party oegins ιο ιοοκ wiin constant appreueu sion for new actions, counter actions, mo tions, injunctions and all other parts in their turn of thut cumbrous and unwieldy ma chinery which is carried on under the bur lesque title of justice. Dispatch is a thing on which all tribunals frown as an innovation destru 'tive of the dignity of the Bench and the Bar. The lact that the honest arti sans and shop keepers who did business with the Bull's Head Bank have their ready money locked ι.ρ in its vaults, and are subjected to great inconvenience for the want, is too insignificant and ur.important to diminish by a single hour the long, wearisome, palience trying journey which lies between theui and a partial recovery of their imperilled property. In considering this sudden collapse of the Bulls Head Bank one is divided between won der at the shocking mismanagement which could have piuuged such a prosperous institu tion into insolvency, or astouishment that a Bank in the upper part of the city, patroniz ed chiefly by retailers and small dealers, should have succeeded in building up a busi ness of such magnitude that it kept regular ly in use and drawing interest, six times a much money contributed by customers as by stock-holders. It has dealers whose average deposit reached $40,000. One iron founder employing 200 men, had in the Bank on the day of its failure $25,000 and never borrowed a dollar from it in his life. There is no possible explanation of the fall of such a corporation as this except in the fact that some person or persons connccted with its management have appropriated its funds and that its officers have proved entire'y unequal to the moderate responsibilities of their re spective positions. With prompt and ener getic action no doubt the stockholders, who are legally liable for an amount equal to their stock, would prefer to make up the capital to its original figures and let the business go on it' they could be permitted to do so. But be fore they can be got together, or any concert ed movement of resuscitation agreed upon, ihe Bark will have fallen a prey to such a multitude of undertakers eager 10 conduct its ■obsequies, that there is grave cause to app.e hend a failure of all plans to set it in success ful motion again. For real enjoyment of fun, anecdote and eloquence the dinner of the Sons of St. Pat rick on the 17th was as ;t always is, a com plete success. The matchless Judge Brady was in the chair and couldn't wai till the cloth was removed before he began to "set the table in a roar." He introduced a series of t legrains. during the courses from Kai ser Wilhelm, Gen. Grant, Yan Molkte, Bis marck &c. In the one from the President he embodied a toast to the Irishmen, ''the best greenbacks of the country." The orators of the evening were, Judge Daly, John Savage, Joseph H. Clioate,Gen. W. T. Sherman, Maj or Gen. Hancock, Gen. McMahon, J. M. B-llew and the Presidents of the Sister So cieties. Choate carried off the honors. He replied to the toast of St. Patrick from a New England stand point. He began his speech by a dramatic picture of his children grouped a-ound him at breakfast enquiring who St. Patrick was. Then beproceede tore late as be had re:ated to them how this myth ical saint was born somewhere in France just after the deluge which accounted for his subsequent aversion to water; how he migra ted to Ire,and in youth, with a shlllaleh un der one arm and a whiskey bottle under the other, how lie fell in love with and mairied these nuptials were blessed with a numerous progeny of lusty sons and daughters who went forLh and peopled other lands, and as he worked up the pic'.ure of which this is an imperfect outline, with all the humor and fe licity of illustration uf which he is a perfect master, bis audience gave expression to their appreciation of the speech in frequent out bursts of laughter and applause. Lets poetical, but replete vith good sense and manly thought was the brief impromptu talk of the General of the Army, wrung from him in spite of the "safe conducf'of the chair by the importunity of the company. He al ways talks well and is quite at his ease when speaking, but as he remarked there seemed to be something incongruous between orating and fighting, which led to a popular belief that the best soldier of the Kepublic was most gifted for silence. Chle*'Justice Daly discoursed of the poets and dramatists of Ireland. He has a sympa thetic voice, admirably adapted to the recital of pathetic and emotional verse, and his speech evinced the rare culture and extensive reading for which this eminent jurist, and ripe scholar is famous. Every New Yorker likes to hear Judge Daly. His utterances bear the impress of sincerity as well of flue literary taste, and then he has been "'so clear in bis great office," has sat npon the bench for thirty years, with so much dignity, purity and · bility—has kept the ermine that graced his shoulders white, when others were mak iug the very name of Judge aby-word and re proach—and has been withal a true Ameri can, loyal to the flag, faithful to every duty ol citizenship, never permitting his traditional love lor the green isle of his ancestors to over master his prac'ical affection for, and honor able service to the Republic of the new world, that he is held in révérant regard, by all men of all parties and all creeds. At each recur ring election of judges, amid all the chances and changes of politics this ineproachabli and eminently just judge, has by universal consent been exempted from the mutations of party warfare, and holds lii.-i place by pre scriptive right and in unchallenged security. Your late Representative in Congress, Mr. Lynch has acquired so much ot a national reputation during his eight years ot u eful service in public lite, that a general in'erest is felt hereabouts,and X dare say throughout the country in the compliment you propose to pay him on the evening of the 25th inst. It is no small honor in these degenerate days for a man to return to his constituents with a rec ord so blam Jess and so effective as that which Mr. Lynch has made for himself. I do not remember ol a single instance where his vote has been cast oil the wrong side on any measure consideration of uiorils or of statesmanship. Nor has he ever been in clined to halt or hesitate, in any proper expression of his opinion, or to evade any ol the responsibilities of his trus1. He has been an able, up right and pains-taking Re) resentative of the District, ant. the recognition you propose to make of his meiitorious career is alike credit able to the givers and the recipient of tne ovation. I think we New Yorkers have an addition al interest in Mr. Lynch, because during two of his tour triumphant canvasses, he was the one man in your delegation whom the Democracy bragged they would beat. The First District was gen erally regarded as debatable ground.— But we have always found that Mr. Lynch led the poll by a majority so much larger thau even his Iriends taught us to expect that we have growu to regard him as invincible. How ever, tor that matter Maine has always done better than she contrac ed to. I dale the baptism of the Republican party from the September election of 1856 when you gave Hannibal Hamlin 19,000 majorily for Governor. Maine gave Atidy Jounson the staggering blow wnicb sent hiiii reeling beyoud the ropes at he - State election of 1806 wnen she electrified the country with 28,000 majority for Congress, the country and the » nfran hisement of the black race. And it was reserved for the same gallant cemmwn W'.ahh to il.ustrate her motto, "Dirigo." iu September 1872, when she led off in the list of States which the piebald coalition pre tended to class as doubttul, by rolling up 13,000 for a State ticket, wliicu three nouths betoie, owing to local dissensions, there was some apprehension ot the defeat of. As the banquet of Tuesday is to be non political I may interject these pleasant rem iniscences by way ol relief to those Republicans present wh will be seized with iiiesistible impulses to "fight their battles o'er again" but cannot do it "under the rule." Yarmouth. Harper's Magazine comes laden with a rich freight. With 85 illrftrations, and cover ing, in its table of contents, every variety of fresh readiug matter—stories, poems, sketches of travel and science—it cannot fail to satisfy the most exacting; reader. Besides the Series by Charles Reade and Wilkie Collins, Mr. Charles Nordoff gives a summary of marine phenomena with 20 illustrations; followed by illustrated articles on Carrier Pigeons, Gog, Magog & Co., and Mountains by Porte Crayon. Town Meetings. North Yarmouth.—Wni. B. Skillin, Mod erator; E. D. Loring, Clerk: Silas, Skillin, Albert Sweetsir, Chas. S. Sweetsir, Selectineu; A. P. Lnfkin, Treasurer; Seuter, Sup. of School; N. S. Jordan. Collector; A. P. Luf km,.Agent. All Kepublicans but first select man. News and Other Items. The Legislature of Wisconsin has censured Senator Carpenter and Representative Eldridge for voting in favor of the back pay grab. Nit. Wheeler, one of the sewiug machine company, lias been nominated for the State Senate of Connecticut by the democrats of the tenth district. The vital statistics of New York city for the week ending last Saturday at noon, were as follows:—Deaths, 570; births, 369: marriages, 132; and still births, 41. General Von Moltke thinks German success es in t'.ie late war "must be attributed in many respects to the fact that the French make more numerous and grosser mistakes than ourselves." Spurgeon dislikes the prefix 'Rev.," and has informed his friends that he will send to the dead letter oflire, all letters to himself having it in the address. Mr. Maloy, of St. Louis, opened a vein in his arm and then took two bottles of chloroform, simply because he had been married several times, and all his wives are living. A New Yorker wants the ladies to go back on the ancient Greek sandal, as handsomer, more comfortable and less likely to injure the f >ot than the modern high-heeled shoes. It has passed into a proverb that Vermont • >urts sustain the interests of the citizens of that State against all outsiders, however just and equitable their claims may be. An Ohio girl, who was jilted by her lover, spoiled his beauty by taking herlittle pistol and s looting his nose off, and now that young man thinks he knows why his nose is not a safe guide to follow when there is a female ahead. In the rescue of the crew of the schooner G. W. Kimball, of Bockland, ashore on Cutty hunk, tbe line from the shore was shot from a com mou Springfield rifle, the line beiug at tached to the ramrod. A shot gun was tried four times unsuccessfully, the distance being about 200 yards. A Little Rock girl died a few days ago of what was supposed to be cerebro spinal men ingitis. The Gazette say·", "Dr. Quidor, doubt ing the cause of her death, obtained permission to make a post mortem examination. The ex animation disclosed the fact that the little girls stomach was loaded with boiled cabbage, which had worked itself into one hard solid mass, dis tending the stomach and causing death, the victim dying in couvulsions. The doctor says that many of the deaths credited to this ceiebro spinal disease have nothing to do with it, and are entirely distinct from it." STATE NEWS. ANDROFCOGGIN COUNTY. At the prize declamation of the Sophomore c'ass of Bates College, G. W. Wood was the successful competitor. The shoe factory of Messrs. Berry, Field & Co., at Mechanic Falls, is at present turning out 20 cases a flay, or 1200 pairs of boots and shoes, mostly for the New York and Western trade. They are employing 225 hands, and their monthly pay r ,:l exceeds 810,000. The firm contemplate enlarging their business at an early day. Folsom Post, G. A. R., of Auburn, realized $300 net at a recent fair. The Journal says that the condition of O. D. Bailey, Esq., of Auburn, coutinues very criti cal, though his physician, Dr. Garcelon, reports that a naiorally strong constitution may enable the patient to rally. His disease is a carbuncle, of very severe form, on the back. Mechanic Falls has a case of sickness suppos ed to be small pox, The sick man was rag picker in the paper mills. The work on the Lewiston & Auburn Rail road is going on so vigorously that it is expect ed that the cars will be able to run over it by October. CUMBERLAND COUNTY. [Naples Correspondence.] xuo Λ. V/Λ UIUIIU m. UVIUιι·^ vuuipuuj αιυ ami«.li to commence business here, teams loaded with tin (for the making of cans) having arrived. The town raises by subscription $300 and gives it to S. F. Perley. W. Brav, H. O. Night, B. F. Wentworth and John Lamb, wi.o build the buildings and the company lease them. They will consist of a main building 130x60 feet,with an addition 20x60 feet. Rev. H. F. Snow, Baptist, has been engaged to preach f jr one year, commencing May 1. The Methodist minister, Eev. Mr. Walker,on account of poor health being unable to preach, his place is suppled by Rev. Mr. Hanaford. KENNEBEC COCNTV. Last year 226 arrests were made in Augusta There 40 convictions under the liquor law, and 86 arrests for drunkenness, against 150 the pre vious year. Rev. Dr. Torsey has been relieved of active responsibility the present term and Prof. Morse will contiuue iu charge of the Kent's Hill Sem inary. KNOX COUNTY The iusnrance on the Lyude Hotel at Rock land, recently damaged by tire, has been set tled by the payment ol $9,150, aud the building is being repaired as qu.ckly as possible. tjncOLN county. Mr. P. Lennox has been elected president,and C. li Harailen, treasurer and secretary of the Wiscasset Sayings B«nk; and Allen Lewis, president, and E. Pierce, treasurer and secre tary of the Boothbay Savings Bank. PENOBSCOT COUNTY The stages due at Bangor last Friday did not arrive until more than 24 hours after their time. The Whig says that Mr. Hilton, the civil en gineer engaged in the preliminary survev for the Northern Aroostook railroad line has reached Salmon stream, from which point he will leave the banks of the Penobscot and fol low up the stream. PISCATAQUIS COUNTY. 1 Mr. O. W. Davis, Jr.. the lessee of the Ka tahdin Iron Works, who has been pushing things so vigorously this winter, will soon ■ >e able to enter upon the actual work of smelting. H lias a large qmntit.v of ore all ready and upwards of three thousand cords of wood. YORK COUNTY. The town debt of Wells is $20,661 72. The town of S.inford owes outside parties $9 31, aud has $582 98 to pay it with. The Times says that a daught'r of James Knights of Sacô stepped on a triangnlar piece of glass in the street, Sunday, which caused a painful wound and requiring surgical aid to extract. Lewis Cole had his great toe crushed by the falling of a weight in Newcomb's shoe factory, Biddeford, rendering amputation necessary. Λ Parngrnpb for If yon have a weak Stomach, and wish to make it weaker, take vinlent purgations. Th re 1-* 110 surer way to render Indigestion chronic. But if youare dys peptic, «nil, like α sensible persin desire to strength en your digestive organs and compol them to per - form their epsential dutios thoroughly and regularly, take a dose ol Hostetter's Stomach Bitters betore every meal, until your delinquent stomach is restor ed ro a heat thy condition. It should be uu ler>tood that dysnepsi ι is always complicated with disturb ance ol'tho liver and η state of the bow els, an I that no medicine which does not reacli and rectify these irregularities can possibly cure this a σο nizing disease. Hosteller's Stomach Bilters is an anti-bi.lous agent ami a gradual catliariic as well as a tonic ami stomachic, and hence its unparalleled ettleaey m the severest cases of phonic indigestion! SPECIAL NOTICES. MABR HEIRS. ΓΈ1ΗΕ heirs at law o^Jjplin Marr, formerly of Kit 111 Y"ik cdwhîy, Maine, have decided to hold a convention in Portland, oii the 26th day of March next, at 10 A. M., in the United Slates Hoiel, fo the purpose of taking measures ιο establish their heirship to the prop.ny which is said to be left by J dm Erskine, 11th &arl of Mar in Scotland. A full attendance is requested. Per order. WM. P. MARK, SAMUEL M. SKILLING, JOHN MARK, MRS. WM. TRICKEY, feb20dsntd MRS. C. R. SliAW. RARE CHANCE lor a RARGAlft ! As I am about to close the Store 96 Exclianse St., two doors above my old stand, I sh ill for one week, c >mmenciug with to-day, 24th, offer the goods in said store, consisting of: FHAMfcD IIROnOM, EIVORAVING8, Al-.mj.fJl8, AancL --N, &c., AT COST! Those wishing to ornament their dwellings with handsome Pictures at low prices, will do well to call and examine my stock. 8. H. COLDSWORTnV, JR., Ac C *>. mar24 su 1 w FOR FAMILY USE. THE H ALFOR I>; LEICESTERSHIRE T-A-B-L-E S-A-U-C-E Thc best Sauce and Relish Made in any Fart ol the World —FOB— F-A.- M-I-L-Y U-S-K. Pinte ------ 50 Cent». Half Pints - - - - 30 Cents. FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS, CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED SCOENCK'S PULMONIC SYRUP, HCHEHCK'g SEAWEED TONIC, SCMENCK'S JIA1MDUAKE PILLS, Are the only medicines that will cure Pulmonary consumption. Sometimes medicines that will stop a cough will of ten occasion the death of the patient. It locks up the liver, stops the circulation of the blood, hemorrnnge follows, and, in fact, clogging the action of the very organs that caused the cough. Liver complaint and dysi»epsia are the causes of two-thiids of the cases of consumption. Many are now complaining with dull pain iu the side, the'bow els sometimes costive and sometimes to loose, tongue coated, pain in the shoulder blade, feeling sometimes very restless, and at other times drowsy; the food that is aken lies heavily on the stomach, accompani ed with acidity and belching of wind. These symp toms usually originate irom a disordered condition of the stomach or a torpid liver. Persons so affected, if they take one or two heavy colds, and if the cough in these cases be suddenly stopped, the lungs, liyer and stomach clog, and remain torpid and inactive, and before the patient is aware of his situation, the lungs are a mass of sores, and ulcerated, and death is the inevitable result. Sehenck's Pulmonic Syrup is an expectorant which does net contain any opium, nor anything calculated to check a cough suddenly. Schenck's Seaweed tonic diss< ν the food, mixes with the gastric juice of the sto ach, digests easily, nourishes the system, and créât a healthy circula tion of the blood. When the els are costive, skin shallow, and the patient i3 a billious habit, Schenck's Mandrake Pills are required. These medicines are propaired by Dr. J. H. SCHENCK & SON, Noitlieast. corner of Sixth and Arch streets, Philadelphia. Penn., and tor sale by GEO. C. GOODWIN & CO., 38 Hanover street, Bos ton. ami John F. Henry, 8 College place, New York. For sale by Druggists generally. sei»t3sue<>dtf Hie Press as an Advertising: Medi um. The attention of advertisers is called to the excel lent and constantly improving condition f the Daily Press as an advertising medium. Its circulation which has long been the largest iu Maine has consid erably increased during the past six months, and is steadily aud rapidly increasing. It goes to the very best class of readers in Portland and vicinity, is sold largely on railway trains and steamboats, and is fo.und in all nublic places. κι SPRING 1873. MEW GOODS! NEW GOODS I OItIN HAWKES & CO. CUSTOM DEPARTMENT. We liave now in stock an.1 a-e constantly receiving some of the choicest Shades and most desirable Fabrics in SPRING OVERCOATINGS. Suitings, Fancy Weaves and Diagonals for COATS, AND VESTS, TROWSE RINCi S, AND FANCY VESTINGS, -IN ENGLISH, SCOTCH, AND AMERICAN GOODS that it was ever our pleasure to show our customers, and we are iu readiness to m ike every STYLE of GARMENT in the most tasty, thorough and fashion able manner. W. E\ CHISAM has charge of this Department, and will spare no p.Jns to please those who ini rust their orders to us. 290 and 292 CONGRESS STREET, mchlO snd&w3w Arerill Chemical Paint Co., Manufacturers of PUREST WHITE ! AXT> Any Desired Shade or Color, Prepared for Immediate Application. SOLD By The GALLON ONLY DURABLE, BEAUTIFUL, ECONOMICAL. D. M. YEOMANS, General Eastern Agent, 83 Commercial St. Portland. ee28-eodtf en BATCHELOR'S IIAIK DYE. This splendid Hair Dye is the best in the world. Tlie onlv True and Perfect Dye. Harmless Reliable ami Instantaneous; nodisappointment; no ridiculous tints or unpleasant odor. Remedies the ill effect» of bad dyes washes. Produces Immediately a superb Black on Natural Brdwn, and leaves the hair clean, soft anil beautiful. The genuine, signed W. A. Baichelor. Sold by all Drugglste. CHAS. BATCHELOR. Prop., Λ. Γ. octld&w IvrsK LEA & PERBIN8' CAUTION : Worcestershire Sauce Buyers are cautioned to avoid the numerous Coun terfeits and Imitations ottered for sale. JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS. New York, ... Agents for the United States. °cti* eodsnly House for Sale. AT GORHAM, ME., a large handsome two story house, rooms ol both stories ot good size and height ou a fine loi having 27 A ro Is front <n South St., a short distance fr»»m Church, Post-office anii Depot. The Choice Hituation in Gorham: besides numerous and fine shade trees, flower beds and hedges, there are nearly a hundred fruit trees, apple, crab-apple, ρ ;ar, peach an<· cherry, ten grape vines, and a good garden containing many currant bushes, gooseberry bushes, strawberry and asparagus beds fine pieplant, ^fec There are about 33 acres of land, affording pasturage an ι many choice house lots. Inquire of JOHN W. PERKINS. Portland, or Rev. Geo. A. Perkins, on the premises. marl2sntf το be let" Tlte Front Office on the second floor in the Canal National Bank Building, recently occupied by Mat toclcs & Fox. Also rooms in the Third story. Enquire at the Bank dcc7S""' . ROCK SLOOPS· WANTED SLOOPS earring: fronJ3fl calwo°n °BWk". dred Tons Itocks. Apply at No. W Canoo j near City Bull ling bo*ween the hours OIJal.10tf two, seven and nine o'clock P. Λ». SPECIAL NOTICES. IT IS LIEE CLUBBING a man AFTER HE IS DOWN

To use powerful Cathartics to cure COSTIVE NESS ail 1 DVSPEPSIA, the diseased organs arc sensitive and tender—treat them tenderly.— Do not use them roughly, a Medi cine Like LORING'S Vegetable Specific Σ which is entirety free from any Cathartic property whatever—that tones, corrects and strengthens the weakened parts—is the true reme dy—reason teaches this and expe rience confirms it. Price Si. LOB· ΙΛΟ, Druggist, Proprietor. Trade supplied by GEO. C. GOODWIN & CO., Boslou; W. F. PHILLIPS Λ Co., J. W. PERKINS & Co.. WHIP PLE BROS., Portland. mar22snlw REMOVAL! DR. CHARLES E. WEBSTER, has removed to 74 Free Street. Portland, Jan. 23, 1873. jan25sntf A Book tor Every Ulan. The "SCIENCE OF LIFE, or SELF-PRESEKVa TION," a Medical Treatise on tbe Cause and Cure ο I Exhausted Vitality, Premature Decline iu Man, Ner vous and Physical Debility,Hypochondria, Impotene\, Spermatorruœa or Seminal Weakness, and all other diseases arising iVom the errors of youth or the in discretions or excesses of mature year»». This is in dyed a book for every man. Thousands have been taajht by this work the true way to health and hap piuess. It is the cheapest and be>»t medical work ever published, aud the only one on this class of ills w 'itb reading. 19utli edition, revised, much en la ged, illustrated, bound in beautiful French clotl;. Ρ ice only $1. Sent by mail post-paid on receipt ci ρ ice. Address PEABODY MEDICAL 1NSTJ T JTE, No. 4 Buliinch Street, Boston, Mass., or Dr. \vf. H. PARKER, Assistant Physician. Ν. Β The author may be consulted on the above as well as all diseases requiring skill and expeeienoe. en mar25-dly BONDS ! BONDS of western cities and counties, 10 per cent, interest and principal payable in the east. Private property as well as public rea lied. Debts ver> small in prop »rtion to property and therefore easilv paid. Careful investors are invited to call and exau.ine the Bonus. L ws aud Decisi »ns of the courts upon such securities and will lind them very safe. Tnere is nothing better. CHARLES M. HAWKES, feb6sntf 28 Exchange st., Portland. SPRING ΟΊΡ 1873. ROLLINS & BOND, Have just returned from Now York and Boston with a CHOICE STOCK or WOOLENS. For Gentlemens' Wear, Which we propose to make up in our usual GOOD S Τ Y L· Ε And to which we iuvite your attention at NO. 90 MIDDLE STREET. marlO sneodtf WANTED. Canada, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia Dills, — AND — GOLD AMD SILVER COIN. J. B. BROWN & SONS, Baiikere, 40 Exchange Street, feb25 sneedtf FOR PIMPLES ON THE FACE, Blackhead and Fleshworm, use PERRY'S Improv ed Com edone and Pimple Remedy, the gieat skin medicine. Prepared only by Dr. B. C. PERKY, Dermatologist, 49 Bond St., Ν. Y. Sold by Druggist» everywhere. mar22sn6m FARM FOR SALE ! The Farm owned by the late Bailey Talbot, situât- | ed about J mile "rom the villiage of South Freeport, aud on the road between there and Yarmouth, This Farm lying on the tide waters of Harrlseeket River, can be easily %lressed from the sea, and is un- , ri vailed in the country as a hay farm. It contains about 125 acres oi land wiih plenty of wood. House and 2 Barns. Can be bought to advantage before the 1st of April For particulars en-juire of M. L. Talbot, on the pr« misses, or, H. Talbot, No. 6 Clapp's Block, Con gress St., Portland, Me. feb21d&wsntf BANK OF PORTLAND. On, and after this date, tl>e un 'ersigned will carry on a strictly Banking business, at the Banking Rooms now occupied by the Second National Bank, in Portland, Maine, under the style of the "BANK OF PORTLAND" and as such, will receive Deposits and make Discounts, in the regular course of the Banking Business. W. N. GOOLD. Portlanu, June 24th, 1872. jun23uewlt then sn tf "Buj i?Ic and I'll do yon Oooil."—DR. LANGLEY'S ROOT AND HF.RB BITTETS. No drugs no poisons nothing, deleterious, nothing but healthy rnnts and herbs, Such as Sarsaparills, wild Cherry, Yellow D >ck. Prickly Ash. Thorough wort, Mandiake, Rhubarb, Dandelion,Ac., so corai ounded as to reanh the foun ains of disease, and absolutely cure all Humors. Liver and Bi'lious Diseases, J inn di e. Dys»»epsia. Costive ties·;, Scrofula, and all ditfl ulties arising from a iseased siomaeh or impure blood. Twenty years of unrivalled succors has prov ed them to bo ttie best medicine in the world. GEO. C. GOODWIN & CO., Bjs on, aud all druggists. mar6 sneodl6w STORE RENT! Splendid Chamber room with water closet, Sebago water and every convenience. Enquire of mch20 LUFKIN & CO. If you want a nice Photograph or Tin Type» go to A M. McKenny,'s 1GI Middle Street. He warrants them as good as can be made in Port land. ag5-eodtf sn FOR MOTH PATCHES, FRECKLES And TAN, use PERRY'S Moth and Freckle Lotion. It is re lia BL·- and harmless Sold by Druggists everywhere. Depot, 49 Bond St., Ν. Y, mar22sn6m To Lei, THE commodious four storied Brick Store, No. 57 Commercial St.—immediate possession given. Inquire of ELIAS THOMAS & CO , _ , No. 90 Commercial St. Or oi W. W. THOMAS, Canal National Bank. sei»tl2sntf MARRIED. In Norway, March 2. Chas. F. Hancock of Otisfiehl anu i'.iia Α., (luujliter of Cyrus Haskell of Harrison. In Garland, March 15, Chas. B. Silver of Dexter and Rebecca E. Dearth of Sangerville. In Augusta, March 19, Robt D. Dunning of Bruns wick anci Jennie H. Stephens of Augusta. DIED. In this city, March 21, Mrs. Mary A. Roynolds, aged 50 years. In Westbrook, March 23, Mrs. Harriet L., wife of Cyrus Lowell, aged 33 years. In Auburn, March , Mrs. Rebecca D., wife ol Samuel V. Pierce, of North Yarmouth, aged 55 years 1 month 5 days. In Bridgton, March 10, Mr. Nathan Cleaves, aged 61 years 10 months. DEPARTURE OF OCEAN HTEA TltKM NAME FROM FOR DATE Claribel New York. .Kingston, J. .Mch 25 vViscousiu New York. .Liverpool Mch 26 Cuba New York. .Liverpool Mch 26 Olympia New York. .Glasgow Mch 26 City of Havana New York. .Havana Mch 27 St Thomas New York. .Port Prince.. Mch 28 Peruvian Portland. Liverpool....M h D Palmyra Boston Liverpool Mch 29 Celtic New York .Liverpool.... Mch 29 City of Paris New York. .Liverpool... .Mch 29 City of Mexico New York.. Havana A pi 2 Nevada New York..Liverpool Açl 2 Abyssinia New York. .Liverpool A pi 2 Moravian Portland... Liverpool .... Apl 5 City of Montreal... .New York.. Liverpool Apl 5 Sarmatian Portland.... Liverpool Apl 12 ftliuiature Aluinnac Match 33. Sun rises 5.54 I Moon rises. .... 4.40 AV. Sun sets 6.18 I high water 8.15 AM MARINE NEWS. PORT OF PORTLAND. ûloadnr, March 24. ARRIVED. Brig Rocky Glen, (of Newport) Dorr. Demarara 22 days—453 hlids sugar to J Redj>ath & Son. Vessel to master. Brig Jos Clark, (of Waldoboro) Stahl, Cardenas 16 days—622 hlids 5Π fcs molasses to Geo S Hunt. Ves sel to Yea ton & Boyd. Bri? Mechanic, (of Portland) Nichols, Saeua 14 ds— 205 hlids sugar 110 libds molasses. Vessel and cargo to Geo S Hunt. Sch Ocean Belle, (of Boston) Coffin, Pone, PR—226 hlids 19 tes molasses. 74 hhds sugar to Phinney & Jackson. Sch Oliver Jameson, Jameson, Baltimore—corn to Geo W True & Co. Sch L & D Fisk, Baker, Baltimore—corn to Wal dron & True. Sch Jas Ponder, Hudson, Newcastle, Del—15,000 bushels corn to Blake & Jone*. Sch W Τ Emerson, Dorr, New York—corn to Geo W True & Co. Sch Ε Ε Stimnsou, Bunker, New York via Well- ! fleet, where she was ashore—coal loJW I Jeering. Sch Lilly Rich, Perkins, Boston—iron to A Ε Stev ens ex Co. Sch J Ρ Bent. Kcllev. Boston. Sch Citizen. Upton, Boston. Sch Jos Ρ Ames, Snow. Boston, seeking. Sch Yan'ic. Higgins. Bouton, seeking. Sch Chilion, Grant. Boston. Sch Mary Flelcber, Higgins, Boston, to load for New York. Sch Benj Strong, Webber, Boston. Sch J α Stover. Arey. Boston. Sch Chas Ε ilelller, Hopkins. Breton. Sch Κ A Si evens. Kendall, Boston. Sch vûuBurenfi'ea've"?'St George, to load for New * Sch Lanra & Marion, Clifford. North Haven. CLKAREL·. , Steamer Dirige. Johnsop.New Yo^-Henry Fox. Brig Dai.lme, Watts. Havana—A L HoMon. Sch Emetine McLain, Crowell, Matanzas—A L HSchT JTraflon, Swett, Baltimore—Orlando Klck "seh Harriot Baker, Webber, New York—Bunker Bros. , . Scb Ocean Ranger, "Whitney, New York—Buukcr Sch Annie Currier, (Br) Peck, St John, NB—John Porteous. , Sch Julia Clinch, (Br) Maloney. St John, NB—Jno Porteous. [FROM MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE.! Ar at New York 24th, barque!* Ada Gray, Race, and Sadie.Sinclair, Buenos Apre»; Canto Ε Long, Park, and Evanell, Colcord, Cuba. MEMORANDA. Barque Josephine, from Buenos Ayres, before re portoit ashore at the Glades, has broken in two. Tl;e cargo between decks has been saved and that in the hold will be got out by divers. Another account says the vessel, with the exception of her top, is but little damaged. Brig Ν Stowera. of Stockton, at New York from Ponce, harl strong Ν ami Ν W winds on the passage, lost, ami split sail?, and ehip|»cd several seas which stove skylights an 1 fi'led cabin with water. Plymouth, E. lût h inst. ship Moses Day, Wood worth. irom Havre for Carditt. put in here with loss of foretopmast. bulwark* stove, and other damage, having been in collision. DOiTlKMTir PORTS. FERNANDINA—Ar 16ih. schs Winner. Plummer, Boston, to load for Providence; Adeliza. Huntley, St Thomas», to load for Philadelphia; J F Wiley. Wiley, New York, to load for do. BRUNSWICK—Cld 17th, sch Beta. Brown. Phila delphia; Kenduekeag. Wyatt, New York. CHARLESTON—Ar 19th, sch George Washington, Sherlock. Baracoa. BAL1IMORE—Ar 21st. barque Pleiades, Camp bell, Cardenas; bri* Eugene, Lairabee,Messina; schP Alruna, Mitchell, Cardenas; Florence Mayo, Coch ran Ponce. Cld 21st, schs Louisa A Orr. Orr, St Thomas ; Ste phen Bennett, Bennett, Charleston. PHILADELPHIA—Below 21st, brig Thos Owen, Gnptill, from West Indies. Cld 221, scli C Ε Woodbury. Woodbury, Barbadoes. Below, schs Susan Ρ Tburlow, and Marcelin*, for Philadelphia. NEW YCRK—Ar 22d, barque Emma Γ Litchfield, (late Crockett, who died of yellow fevet)Ri > Janeiro; fclureka. Holloway, Newcastle. Eng; Linda Stewart, Stackpole, Matanzas 9 days; brig* Silas Ν Martin, Brown. Dem ara ra 15 days; Gambia. G il ley. Point a Petre 14 days; \1attie Β Russell. York, Zaza 20 davs; Havana, Bennis, Havana; Emma L Hall, Fowler, Matanzas 12 days, (lost botn anchors at Sandy Hook); schs Martha Maria. Veazie, Demarara 17 days; Web ster Bernard. Smith, Point a Pel re; M A McCann. Kavanaugh, Porto Rico ; Arthur Clifford. Spaulding, Baracoa 10 davs ; Carrie S Webb, Homan, George town S"; Lilly, Hughes, Charleston; Only Son. Mea dy, Portland; Kred C H olden, Mcltae. Tremont; Spariel, Smith, Rockport ; Bertha J Fellows, Smith, Rock port. Cld 22d, ship S G Glover, Perkins. Havre; St Paul, Hathorn, Bremen; brigs Aroostook. Bryant, Barba does; Faustina, Blanchard. Havaua; Pedro, Bahrs, Brunswick. Ga ; schs Geo Walker. Cole, T-inidad; Alice Β Gardiner. Turner, Jacksonville. Sid 22 1, brig Carrie Puiiugton. lor St John, PR. Passed through Hell Gate 22d, schs R M Brookings, Brown, New York for Bath; Kevenue, Marr. do for Rockland ; Hannie Westbrook, McFarland, Philadel phia for Providence. VINEYARD-HAVEN-Ar 21st, brig Tally Ho. CI sson, Surinam for Boston; Jos Clark, Stahl, Car den aa 12 days for Portland. Ar 22d, barque Victor, Wass, Antwerp for orders ; brigs Clara Jenkins. P«»tter, Monterideo lor Boston; Mechanic, Nichols. Sa*na 12 dnv« fl»r Portland · in a rarweu. Farnliam. fm Wilmington for Boston; Willie Luce, Talbot, Port Johnson tor do ; J C Crafts, Kennedy, do for Portland ; Cyrns Fossett, Pierce, Portland for Providence. BOSTON—Cld 22d. sch Van Buren. Seavey, Port land, to load for Long Island Sound. Ar 24tb. elilp Mr. Washinirton, Titcomb, Calcutta; barque Victor, Wass, Antwerp; brigs Clara Jenkins, Potter, jtontevUeo ; Tally Ho, Ciosson, Surinam; schs Express, Calderwood. and Black Swan, Morrill, Rockland; Orion, Coleon, Belfast. FOREIGN PORT*. At Calcutta 14th ult, ships Lvdia Skolfteld, For saith, tor New York, ldg; Olive S Southard, Walker, tor Dundee; and other*. Sid fm Saugor 13th, barque Qoodell, Crockett, (from Calcutta) for Amsterdam. Sid fm Cadiz Gth inst, ship Theobold, Adams, for Leghorn. At Buenos Ayres 13th ult, barques A C Bean.Woos ter. from Portland, ar 13th; Lizzie H Jackson. Mar wick; Philena, Chase, and Samuel Ε Spring, Small, trom Portland, une: Am Lloyds, Park, une; brig Carrie Wlnslow. Welsh, from Portland, ar Feb 4th; ~nd others as before. At Sagua 9th inet, narques Josephine Martin, Fick ett, for New York, ldg; Fannie, Wiley, and Jane Adaline Hutchinson, for North of Hatteras; Jasper, Webber, seeking; brigs Harry. Sedgley, for North of Hatteras next uay ; L Staples, Herriman, for do in 5 days. At Matanzas 13th inst, barque Endeavor, Mount fort, tor Baltimore; and others. Ar at assau. Np, 8th inst, sch Gertrude Plum mer, Wright, Santa Martha for New York. [Lateetby European steamers.! Ar at Liverpool 8th inst, Bombay, Emmons, Savan nah; YoSemite, Mack, San Francisco. Ent tor ldg 16th. Ida Lilly,Williams, for Baltimore; Belle Morse, Gregory, tor Montevideo via Cardiff. Cld at Gravesend 8th, Edward O'Brien, Oliver, (tm Mejillones) for Hamburg, (has been ashore and came oft leaky.) Sid fm the Mothevbank 8th, John Ο Baker, Spear, (from New Orleans) ior Havre, and put back to the Roads same day.) Ar at Penarth 6th inst, Enos Soule, Soule, from Liverpool. A r at Plymouth 10th, Moses Day, Wood worth, fm Havre for Cardiff. Ar at Queenstown 0th, Eric the Red, Small, Callao. Ar at Seville 3d inst, Mary C Comery, Grozier, New York. Ar at do 4th, Waldo, Pressev, New York. In port 4th, F I Merriman, Lecraw, for New York, ready to sail. Ar at Akyab Jan 20, Wm M Reed, Stinson, from Rio Janeiro. Sid fm Cadiz Feb 28, Waldo, Pressey, New York. Ar at Havre 8th iust, Lizzie Moses, Cox, and Hume ward Bouud, Merriman, New Orleans. ftPOKEN. Jan 24, lat 21 48 S. Ion 27 10 W, ship Kendrick Fish, from Callao for Queenstown. Feb 6^lat 1 38 N, Ion 27 42 W, ship St Mark, from Shields for Moliendo. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MAIL· LIKE TO Halifax, Nova Scotia, DIRECT! With connection* to Prince Edward Is· land and Cape Bretou. On and after April 1st the new side wheel Steamship FAL MOUTH. will leave Railroad wharf, Portland, FOR HALIFAX DIRECT. Every Tuesday, at 5ΛΟ P. il» (or on arrival of train leaving Boston at noon.) Making close connection* wuh iht Nova Scotia Riilway, for Windsor, Trurc, New Glasgow and Piclou, s-inl steamers Ï01 Prince Edward *s Island; al so it New Glasgow, N. S., with Lindaej's Stages for Cape B-eton iv RETURNING leaves Halifax on THURS DAYS. at 9 P. M. For freight and further information apply to J B. C YLE, Jr., Atlantic Wharf, or ma 25dtf .JOHN PORTEOUS. Azent. P. S. Until farther notice the favoilie steamship CARL'JTTA, >vill leive Por liU'l every Saturday, aj 4 P. M., and Halifax, every Tuesday at 4 P. M. NEVER Nezlect a Cough. Nothing is more certain to lay the foundation tor future evil consequences. WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS. are a sure cure for all diseases of the Respirât on* Or g\ns, SoreTliroat, Colds, Croup, Diphtheria, Asthma, Catarrh, Horseuess, Dryness of iheThroas Windpipe, or Bronchial Tuoes. and all dieeases of the Lungs. In all case·* of sudden cold, however takeu, these TABLETS should be promptly and freely used, they equalize the circulation of the blood mitigate the se verity of the attack, and will, in a very short time, re store healthy action to the affected organs. Wells' Carbolic 'fabletM are put up only in blue boxes. Take no substitutes. If they can't be found at vour druggists send at once to tne Aaent ι ι new xork, w 110 win forward Mum uy return mail. Don't he deceived by Imitation·. Sold by all druggists. Price 2.* cenis a bo*. JOHN Q. KELLOGG. 18 Piatt St. New York, Send for circular. Sole Agent for United States. mar25 4wt j Yessels Wanted To Load Lumber at Southern Ports. RICHARDSON & CROSS. mcli25 (13t Rooms To Let. TWO gentlemtn and their wives and two or three ►ingleλ gentlemen can be accommodated with pleasant rooms and board at No. 75 Free street. mcli25 dlw· WANTED ! COAT MAKERS AT CHESLET'S, mch25dtf 107 7IIDDLE HTREET. For Sale. TIIE SEBAGO DYE HOUSE, No. 17 Plum St., ie in good condition with all apparatus necessary for the business. Apply to the proprietor at No. 33 Newbury street or to J HEED, Brown's Block, cor. Congress aud Brown street. mar25eoatt ^ COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. THF undersigned have this day formed a partner ship under tho style of Craig, Jackson & Brackett, lor the purpose of carrying on tho Plastering, Stucco and Mastic business in all its branches, and have taken ttc stand WO. 29 PLEASANT STREET, formerly occupied bg Jennings Λ Son.) All orders for Whitening, Whitewashing and Color ing will be promptly and faithfully executed. A lib eral share of public patronage respectfully solicited. JOSEPH CRAIG, CHARLES JACKSON, Portiand. March 19, Vi EB8TER HOUSE, 3S2 IIANOYER ST., BOSTON. wT.»? ^ΙηΓΓΐ w°nhaTi,?? refitted aud refurnished this ii tel. respectfully solicits ι he patronage of those vis luu g Boston on busiiies* or pleasure. Terms: Rooms ana lull board, $ > per diy. Booms without board, r >r each p«*rs >n, 75c. to $1. This house is wiihin iive minutes walk of all the Eastern Si earner Lin ings and Depot. It contains l!/5 looms, every convenience for comfo' t. and under the wanagciucnf of Μ ι. G. W. RELY Κ A. must prove attractive to the traveling public. Carriages in constant attendance and Horse Cars pass the aoor. marleodlm MISCELLANEOUS. | Eastman Brothers WILL OFFER Oil Monday, March 24th, NEW DRESS GOODS ADAPTED TO Τ HE SEASON. — ALSO — BLACK GOODS! Brillianteen front 50c. to $1.50. Alpacca from - 25c. to 1.00. Caslimere, Cretonne, Thibet, Henrietta and Coburg IN VARIOUS QUALITIES, Spécial Bargains — IS — White Goods and Table Linen, Napkins, Doylies, Towels, &c. SPRING "WOOLENS — FOR — WEN AND BOYS. Print,Cambric & Ginghams A large variety of CHOICE NEW DESIGNS Eastman Brothers, 333 Congress Street* mcli22 dtf BONDS FOR SALE. Portland City - - · 6's Bangor " · - - <*'» St. Louis " · · · · » Elizabeth, N. J., - ?!» Cleveland ». - - 7 s Toledo Cook Connty, 111.. · · - £ " Marion County, Ind., - - J ' Maine Central R. R. - - J e Portland & Roch s ter R. R. - 7's Aicmsun. ropexa χ >anie re «οία 7's Northern Pacific R. R. Hold - 7-30's Chicago, Daa. & Yin. R. R. Gold - 7's Atlantic & St. Lawrence R. R. Stock and Bcf. Rent Scrip BOUGHT BY Swan &, Barrett, 100 MIDDLE STREET. feb24 eodtt J. B. Brown & Sons, BANKERS, No. 40 Exchange St., PORTLAND, MAINE. Business the same as an Incor porated Bank. Interest allowed on Beposits. Bealers in Government Bonds. Gold and Foreign Exchange. Investment Securities constant ly on hand. jau29 istt HAMBURGS! WE shall open this day 011c of the largest and best line of Edges and Insertion , ever opened in Portland, and at prices that defy competition GREAT BARGAINS AT 121-âc, 20c, 25c, SOc. COYELL & COMPARY. HAMBURGS! j an 2* tf W. C. BECKETT, Merchant Tailor ! 137 MIDDLE ST., Still keeps up his reputation for selecting STYLISH GOODS, As you will see by looking iuto his window, and call ing in to examine New Goods Just Received. 137 MIDDLE STREET. mar 14 d3w W. €. CLARK, 103 F£B£RAL STREET, S Door. East of Temple β·., PORTLAND, ME. GAS AND WATER PIPING. Gas and Water Pipe introduced into Houses, Halls, Hotels ami public buildings in a taithful manner. Also, Gas Fixtures, Images and Lusts rebronzod and made to look as good as new. Gas Kings and Jets made to order. Mr. C., who for several years fast lias been in the employ of Mr. Kinsman, hopes by promptness and strict attention to business to merit a fair share of public patronage. feblSdtf GAS NOTICE. Orders for removal of obstruct· ιυιΐΗ m service pipes, il ieii ai ine Office in the Morning will be at tended to same day; if lelt late in the day, they may not receive at tention till next day. Argus and Advertiser copv. jau31dtf WM. L. SOUTHARD, If·. S Prmborton Hqanre BoiIod, Will Buy and Sell on COMMISSION REAL· ESTATE, LAND, STOCKS, & — ALSC — Negotiate Loan* on (VfortgagCH niid ether Securities. REFERENCES: _ „ _ Faueuil Hall Nat. Bank. Hon. John P. Healey. Messrs. Thos. Dana & Co. Hod. Isaac S. Morse. " Harvey Scuilder & Co. Hon. J. S. ^'"· " Kembie & Hastings. Gen. J. S. WltDey. " Utlev S Boynton. d°^p rPJi.kko " .Tohli P. Squires & Co. R. A Baou, fc*q. San,MB. Krogman, Κ*,. F. W. Pelt0D£?j> wtf rebo Gentlemen's Garments CLEANSED, — on— * Dyed Brown, Black, Blue-Black and Blue, AND PRESSED READY FOR WEAR. No Kipping required. Warranted not lo crock. ΛΤ FOSTER'S ΟΥΚ HOl'KE. mar21TT&Stl !)4 Inien HI. NEW OYSTER HOU8 Ε. T. S. HATCH Respectfully Informs his friends and the public that h#> has leased and fitted up in goo t shape store If o. 3©7 CongresN Street, nearly opposite Brown street. A full t-upply ot fresh Oysters, cooked in every style, and for sale by the quart or gallon con stantly on hand. Hatch's celebrated Ice Cieam sup plied to parties od call. mch5tf REMOVAL. Ρ FEENEY, PLASTERER & STUCCO WORKER, having removed from the corner of Cumberland and Franklin β ιeetg to No. 67 Federal Street, be twean Pearl and Maiket street®, is prepared to do PI 'steiing, Coloring, Whiteninsr and White Washing. Prompt and per onal attention paid to all kinds ol jobbing in my line. mchl9eod3m Lumber and Dock Timber Wanted In exchange for Locomotive Boilem, Horizontal Gnyiacn, Feed Pumps nnil Other Machinery. Address, G. H. ANDREWS, febidtf 178 Pearl St.. New York. J OB PKIKTING neatly executed at I Ma office· MISCELLANEOUS. March 26 th, 1873, We si)all take Stock, lucvUms to whl-:h wc shall offer GREAT BARGAINS lu all the Di'pai't iiit'ut s of our store. Jap Silks, Black Alpaca», Janenese Poplins, Light Alpacas, Brussels Silks, Wool Plaids, Grey Mohairs, Black Cashmeres, Light Mohairs. Lyon's Poplins. IN DOMESTICS WE OFFER GREAT INDUCEMENTS. Nnpliin», Turkey Rnl DnmaitkM, Doylic JBlencbiMl DamuNka Tom-ln, llaif Blracbeil VtnmsiNkM, Lineun, Cublenchcil DnmaNbH, If audkcrrhicfM. We shall make Gr at Reduction* in our prices of WHITE GOODS. One Lot Remnant· checked Cambrics very Cheap. Tais Sale will continue but TEN DAYS. COVELL & CO., Corner Congress and Brown Sts. aarl3 eo<12w BONDS FOR SALE. Portland β'* Bangor 6'i St. Louis - 6'» St Louis County · - . - 7'* Cook County - · 7'g Chicago - 7's Columhus, Ohio 8's Leeds & Farmington R.R., guaranteed fi n Portland & Rochester R. R. - - 7's Maine Central R. R. - - - 7'* Central R. R. of Iowa «-old - · 7's Chicago, Danville & Vincennes Ii. R., Gold, ------ 7's Northern Pa Iflc R. R. Gold · 7-30's Atlantic & St. Lawrence R. B. Stock and Deferred Rent Scrip Bought. ! H. M. PAVSON, BANKER AND KBOKEB, 92 Exchange Street, PORTLAND' marl3 dtf BONDS. Portland City - 6's Rockland City 6's Bath City 6'* Bangor City fi St. Lonis City ..... β'β Leeds & Farmington, (Guaranteed,) β'β Haine Central, Consolidated. · · 7's Cook County, Illinois, * · -7's Wayne County, Illinois, · - 7'e Iowa Central, Gold, · · - - 7's Toledo, Ohio, - 7.30 s Northern Pacific Gold, ... 7.80's West Wisconsin R. It., Gold, - - 7's 50 shares 1st National Bank. 9 shares Casco National Bank. FOR SALE BY Will. Ë. WOOD, Ag% Sept 7-dtfis 07 Eiclinngc St. boTdsT New York City - - - - Γ U Κ it . . ||l Brooklyn City - β'β Jersey City - 7'r Elizabeth City » - · 7'· Canada Southern R. R., Gold, - 7's B. & Cedar Rapids R. R., Gold, - 7's Northern Pacific R. R., Gold, - 7-80's FOR SALE BY R. A. BIRD, 97 Exchange St· feb23 FOR SALE, STEAMSHIP WHIRLWIND. LENGTH 130 feet. Beam 24 -10 feet, Hold 17 3-10 feet, Tonnage 374. Built of Counectieut Oak asd chestnut in lfc63, has two «leeks, fcho< ner rig. Direct acting vertical engine; cylin er 32 χ 3D. Dra r, deep loaded, 13 feet. BJIler aud Engine in good or der. For further particulars apply to WHITNEY A SAMPSON, Boston, Mass., Or HENRY WINSOR & CO., mchl4dtf Philadelphia, Pa. "EAGL.E SUGARS. m The Englc Sugar Refinery having commenced work for the season of 1873, now otter·* l ο the trade Sugars of its vai ious grades from EXTRA C TO YELLOW. GEO. S. ΙΙΙΛΤ, Agent, III COn.TIERCIAL STREET. mch21dlw Copartnership and Removal. MR. C. A. KEN Ν AKD, has this flay been admit ted a member of our firm in the Book, Card, and general Job Printing business. Onr largely increased business ι as compelled ns to remove to the more spacious ro< ms, No. 174 Middle, opposite the Juncti η of Federal and Middle Stieets, where we hope to serve our customers as promptly as formerly. GEO. A JONF3 & CO. Portland, March 1st, 1873. marb'dlw&then eotiiiw Sanford's Improved Refrigerators. The three points ol excellence which I claim, are: 1st, constant and thorough circulation of pure i»Ir; 2nd ; ryness, no dampness mould nor ta int ; 3rd ; no inte mingling of odors; purity ami active air, the elemeuts of its success. Call, oi send foT circulars. twecii Cross and Cotton sts.f near Leavitt, Burnnam & Co.s Ice House. Portland. Me. je-UItf THE Maine State Agricultural Society will h ild its 1ITH, EXHIBITION AT BANUOR, September 17,18 & 19, (y Over $0000, in premiums are oflered. marîl _ d6m City of Portland. City C'Lt rk's Office, March 21,1873. UPON the petition of Site & Nevens fur permis sion to remove their stationary steam engine In ►tore No. 176 Fore street to store No. 17» Fore street, notice is heiebv given that on ΜΟΝΙΆΥ, the 7th day of April next, at 74 o'clock P. Μ , at the Aldermen ■ room In the ity Building, a hearing will be had of all parties interested in gaid petition. Ter order, „ H. I. ROBINSON, City Clerk. mch22 dtd FOK SALE. Λ SET *f NICE PARI.OK Fl HMTi nt: ONE Refrigerator, one Spring Box for Bed, two large Chromos with frames, one step ladder (!) stepsi, one soap-s'one Stove, etc. (yThe-e articles will be sold at a largo discount. Parlies desiring to purchase will please call at Prtse Office, or No. 6 Spruce Street. jg^Reason lor selling: soon to remove from iho city. marlSdlf Bible Society of ITIaiiie. THE Annual Meeting of thisSociety for the election ot officer» for the ensuing year, and the tr.nsac tion of oiher business, will be held at the Young Mens'Chrisilan Association Rooms, on Thursday, April 3rd, 1873. at 4 o'clock P. M. W. H. HOBBS, Rcc. Sec'y. Portland, March 20, 1 73. marSOdld Maim Savings Bank. So. 109 Middle Mtrrct, Porllnnd. DEPOSITS made In th;s Bank, on or before April 3d, 1873, will draw interest from April 1st. NATHL. F. DEEKING, Treasuier. March 21, 1873. diwtd Dissolution of partnership. THE partnership heretofore existing under the name of Dellrw <& Trefethen, of Portland, County of Cumberland, -ealers in Fish, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The business will to con;lnucd under the name of Trefethen & Co. Portland, March 22,1873. mar24eod3w· To Lft. ONE OF THE BEST f FFICES ON EXCHANGE STREET. Enquire of UEO. A. WHITNEY & CO. mar2ltf No. 4ii Exchange St. WHEW VOC NEE belter looking ami titling BOOTH on Men, W,men ind rï? dren thanyou wear, and wish to oblain Γΐ.» m™ ° mchI7cod3w >0" ^

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