Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, March 26, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated March 26, 1873 Page 2
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THE PRESS. WEDNESDAY MORNINU, MAE. 26, '73 Ev&by reiular attaclie of the Press is furnished wilb a card certificate countersignod by Stanley T. Pullen, Editor. All railway, steamboat and bote managers will confer a favor upon us by demanding credentials of every person claiming to represent our journal, as we have information that several ''bum mers" are seeking courtesies in the name of the Pusse, and we have no disposition to be, even pas s vely, a party to such fraud. We do not read anonymous letters and communi cations. The name and address of the writer are iu all cases indispo ab e, not necessarily for publication but as a guarauty of good faith. W j cannot undertake to return or pre erve com munication» that are not use i. The Ba'ance of Trade. The New York Herald of Monday says there were never so large importations at that port as there have been during the part of March that has already expired. During that period the overage daily receipts at the New York Custom House hive been over half a million, notwithstanding the fact that there has been an average reduction of the tariff ten per cent since March 1872. Estimating that the revenue of the New York (Justom ΤΤηι,οο nrîii ).o els ηπη non in March, the Herald jumps at tho conclusion that then will be a very large surplus revenue at t ίο ou of the year. Τ iat journal also sees m t esc enormous imnortations an evi nice ο great wealth and unexampled proepenty the country as well as the extravagance ol our Tv'iewof the past, it must be confessed that a prosperity indicated by an excess of exports over the importe ot the country, would be far more satisfactory proof of the positive and increasing wealth of the country than the glaring fact that we are consuming more of the products of our neighbors than tbey take of our own, and that the deficit must come from what should properly be eon fideredthe reserved wealth of the nation. In deed, the fact that ihe balance of trade against us the past fiscal year was in the neighbor hood of a hundred million dollars, and that it promises to be as large the present, is one that should cause serious apprehension if not positive alarm. It is doubtless true, that the balance against ui is partly met by the largely increased num ber and iruptoved character of the immi grants to tkis country, who bring a large sum of money in the aggregate which is expended iu making homes and developing the re sources of the country, and which may prop erly be considered as so much money perma nently transferred to our side of the balance sheet. In this connection, too, it should be remembered that the amount of foreign cap ital invested in this country in railroad, mu nicipal, mining and other securities is very great and is constantly increasing, and it is a matter of question whether the amount ol interest paid on such investments does not fully cancel the amounts realized by the ec tsrprises in which such capital is employed. Histciy repeats itself simply because the relations between cause and effect produce like results when similarly connected. The financial panics of 1837 and 1857 were not because such a general revulsion must come in every period of twenty years, but because ν ne j ncic picccucu uy muac pcnuua ui prua perity shown by excessive balances of trade against this country and similar extravagance arising from speculation. This balance had bien accumulating for some time and at those periods our foreign neighbors called us to set tle, and settle we did with such results as will always be remembered. It must be admitted, however, that there is a vast difference in the piesent condition of the country as compared with the dates named. Then our manufacturing industries were in their infancy and were languishing under the baneful influences of hostile legis lation. Now they are multiplied more than tenfold over the latter date and have been ex tended to hundreds of important branches not then thought of. It is true that this country is in a position to declare itself more nearly independent of others so far as its pro ductions are concerned, than at any other pe riod of its existence, should any combination of adverse circumstances demand it. In view of this, it is fair to presume that a large part of the balance of trade against us might be avoided at the sacrifice of our love for foreign luxuries and finery, and by cultivating a thor oughly American spirit. The country has become disgusted with the theories advanced by psuedo statesmen for the resumption of specie payments ; and it is certainly providential that every one who lias a plan of his own has insisted upon it as bei"g the only possible solu'ion of the difficulty and arranged him against ail others and thus saved the nation from the calamity that would have come from the adoption of any one of them. By what means and at what time, the country can ac complish this end, it is impossible to tell, but no sane man can expect it so long as the bal ance of trade against us is one hundred mil lion dcllars a year. We give in an other column a report from the JVee Press, of a meeting held at Burling ton, in the interest of the Burlington branch of the Portland it Ogdensburg Railroad line. The indications are favorable for the prompt construction of this important division of the road. Once built, our merchants will have an opportunity to sell goods in Burlington, a large market formerly ou;-s, but lost to us by Boston ar d New York railroads. The branch, moreover, will bring a considerable part of the 12,000,000 feet of lumber shipped from Burlington, upon the. Portland & Ogdensburg lines, for distribution throughout New Eng land and to the seaboard. The Vermont division of the Portland & Ogdeneburg line is making an honorable rec ord of progress for itself. Sixty miles are in operation. Four miles additional are ironed. Four very important charters were secur el from the Legislature at its lite session, in furtherance of the interests of the line. The extension to Burlington was one of the» ·. Another takes the road across the outlet of Lake Champlain to a junction with the west ern division of the through line. Another se cures an optional route to Montreal tia the Southeast Counties Railroad. Not a single connection bas been missed by the train» this winter, and that too although eighteen inches of snow fell In one storm, upon a great depth — ! Λ —A- J.! ! t j ^V.V,W ing on eastward toward the Connecticut river. Westward the road, it is expected, will be pushed through to Lake Cha nplain this sea eon. The eastern division is fortunate in having a co-worker that carries on its part of the undertaking with so much vigor. A Washington paper says that Governor Hendricks of Indiana, has been in that city jo consultation with certain leading Democrats and Liberal Republicans relative to the fu ture of the somewhat detn iralizcd opposition party. There is the same talk about defeat. »ng the Republicans "horse, foot and drag oon," whatever that may mean, that we have heard Cot years. The matter of dropping the old party name has been canvassed and the Democratic Governor, one of the few that won under that banner, is said to fiyor it. The leaders in consultation have thus far tailed to agree upon any plan, but it is possi ble 'hat 'hey will issue an address to the coun try, calling a convention at which the propos ed organization is to be effected permanent ly. The name ot the new party has not been fully decided on, but it will embody such a declaration of reform as to make it attractive to new converts and retain the Democratic party unbroken. We have but one remark to make upon the foregoing, and that by way of reproof : This kind of bu'lesque isn't quite dignified in 1873 whea performed by the same parties tba were so painfully in earnest in 1872. The United States Senate has set about a thorough house cleaning. It has now taken up the case of Mr. Powell Clayton of Arkan sas. It is very possible that it may not f< rce his resignation and quite ()ossiblethatit ought not to do so. That dignified body in its movements after its sinners by no means re minds one of flying artillery but in the end it reaches them. It is, however, lamentable to to reflect what a lot of very respectable crock ery that body l:as smashed the past few weeks. After Clayton, let us hope that the Senate will reach Mr. Bogy pronounced "Boges." The Northern Vermont and Lake Cham plain Railroad. Agreeably to invitation, a number of promi nent citizens of Burlington met the Directors of the Northern Vermont & Luke Champlain Kailroad at the Van Ness House on Wednesday afternoon. Judge Carolus Noycs said that since the election of the present directors a new charter had been secured. The old charter was for a road from Cambridge to Essex Junction, the new for a road from Cambridge to Burling ton. It was to be determined under which of these acts they should proceed. The directors had reached a clear conclusion on the subject, which Mr. Fairbanks would state. He (Judge Noyes) thought it was greatly for the interest of Burlington to secure promptly the proposed connection by rail with the Lamoille Valley, than which there was no more thrifty region in Vermont. Hon. Horace Fairbanks explained the state of progress of the Portland & Ogdensburg road, which has now nearly reached the Notch of the White Mountains from Portland, and is under contract to the Connecticut river. On this side of the Connecticut sixty miles are now running, and it is to be completed to Swan ton during this year. That road desired this proposed connection with Lake Champlain it H,„ niiestion u"ia I liuk should terminate at Essex Junction or Buriington. The directors were unanimously ! of opinion that it should reach Burlington by an independent liue of its own. Mr. Fairbanks proceeded to show the advan tages of the route at length, and especially its attraction for summer travel, referring partic ularly to the Canghnawaja canal, and the im portance of this road in connection with that enterprise. This road would enable the Cana dian lumber coming upon Lake Champlain by the canal, as also by the existing water route, to reach tide water, at Portland, more cheaply than at any other point, or by any other route. Mr. Brigham of Hydepark, said the Lamoille Valley road aud the Portland and Ogdensburg line bad always considered this connection with Burlington, as one of the timportant branches of their enterprise. The survey made in 1871, showed that the road from Cambridge to Essex Junction could be built and fenced for S20.000 a mile. It would now cost something more, because iron is higher, and if an inde pendent lino is to be built to Burlington, then the cost of that is to be added. The people of the Lamoille Valley could not build this road. They had taxed themselves very heavily to se cure their own road, but they were satisfied that they saved money in so doing. One town, Concord, was bonded for twenty times its grand list. St. Johnsbury and the other towns were bonded for twelve timrs their list, and they had had to secure heavy individual sub scriptions besides. If Burlicgton would bond in aid of this road for five or six times the amount of its list, he would guarantee that par ties would be fouud to build the road into this city, without dependence on any other road for connections. Mial Davis of Burlington, being called on, said we must have an independent line into this city. He had found no citizen of Burling ton unwilliug to take bold of this, as a city. It would cost us more money nit to do it, than to do it, aud if the gentlemen here today will stand by he enterprise in city meeting the thing can be done. It would give us a new and valuable avenue to tide water; by means of which he hoped to see the export trade in lum ber to foreign countries, which has left us for the St. Lawrence, restored. These aud other advantages would be greatly enhanced when the Caughnawaga canal is built. Lieutenant-Gov. Taft said there could be no question of the advantages to this city of a connection with the Lamoille Valley and with ihe seaboard by a line of only 215 miles. It was as proper to bond for a railroad, as to tax fora highway, and there could be 110 doubt as to the desire or action of this city. Various gentlemen were called on in turn, all expressing themselves in favor of bonding the city in aid of the project, provided an inde pendent line conld be secured to th's city. The opinion was unanimous that we should never consent to subject any new avenue into Bur lington to the annoyances of an Essex Junc tion connection, or to place the connection at the mercy of any other railroad. On motiou of Capt. Start, it was voted that a committee of three be appointed to procure a reconnoissance of the route from Burlington to a connectiou with the line already surveyed, the meeting then ad'ourued, to meet at the cali of the Mayor, at some eariy day, in the City Hall. Charges Against Senator Clayton.—A ! Washington despatch says that the Senate is not disposed to give the case a full investiga tion. It says : One of the charges against Mr. Clayton is that at his first election as Senator he secured the votes of Democrats in the Legislature hy agreeing to give a certificate of election to Congress to Edwards, Democrat, though Boles, Republican, was clearly elected. This question came up last session in }he House Committee on Elections, and that committee made a rec ord of the fact, though as it involved members of the other House they did not report it, that Mr. Clayton had given a certificate to Edwards in the face of all law, and when the fact of Boles' legal election could not be question e I. Both the majority and minority of the Senate committee, however, hold that as he did not conclude to take his seat in the Sen ate at that election, the matter could not be ex amined now. Other charges against him which the Sunate is to pass on are that, being under a pledge publicly and privately made to his po litical friends that if elected to the United States Senate he would not leave the Gover norship in the hands of Lieut.-Governor Jolin so", a conservative, he instituted through his friend3 and supporters by quo warranto to de pose Johnson frcm office in order to clear bis way to the Senate; that being elected Senator while the quo warranto was pending, when that was decided in favor of Johnson he resigned the Senatorship and afterwards* secured his re election byiuducing R. J. T. White, Secretary of State, in consideration of a large sum of money to resign, and inducing Johnson to take White's place; that he procured the votes of many members of the legislature in support of himself for the Senate by paying mouey, by appointing themselves and friends to lucrative offices, and by gr?nting to them and their friends State aid to railroads, in which they and their friends were interested. Two members nf the committee report the charges not sustaiued. Mr. Norwood cohtends that they are abundantly proved. The majority of the committee find and report that White did receive through Mr. Clayton $5000 in money and $25,000 in railroad bonds, and that the pay ment was to indemnify him for loss on account of his resignation, but the majority do not think the evidence direct enough that this was, in fact a corrupt agreement touching the senàt jr ial election. The testimony contains a list of twenty-five members of tbe legislature, acd nearly half the number voting for nim were im mediately appointed to lucrative State offices by an understanding between Mr. Clayton and a friend of his who succeeded him as governor. Another past of the testimony involves the new Senator from Arkansas by a statement that Mr. Dorsey, while Mr. Clayton was governor, paid $35,000 to Bennett, one of the Supreme Court judges of Arkansas, · for his influence with Mr. Clayton for certain railroad bills Confederation in Prince Edward Is land.—The question of union with the Domin ion is likely to make the coming canvass in Prince Edward Island very lively. Why any of the islanders should desire to hold on a sep arate organization seems strange, the offers of the Dominion government being seemingly to pay all the bills and let the island have its share of benefits. Briefly stated, the terms are as follows: "The Dominion takes the Prince Edward Island Railway and assumes tbe debt of the colony to the extent of $3,250,000; the island receives an anaual allowance of $30,000 for the expenses of the local government and Legisla ture, and 80 cents per head on the population until it reaches 400,000; the Dominion govern ment assumes and defrays all charges for salary of Lieutenant Governor, salaries of judees, eus■ toma. DOStal Hfirvirw nrntonf.inn nf* fishoriAs lighthouses, quarantine, marine hospital and shipwrecked crews, geological survey, peniten tiary, and likewise engages to maintain effi cient steam service for the conveyance of mails and passengers between the island and the Do minion, winter and summer; take tho new steam dredge, now under contract at $22,000; and the law courts and post office building at $60,000; guarantees the payment of $800,801 (in curred b.v interest on $100,000) to the island as compensation for the loss of the Crown lands, which sum will be invested to provide for the gradual extinguishment of proprietary titles in the matter of fisheries." The Advertiser of last evening has the fol lowing: "Ever since the landing of the Mayflower, Thursday has been always selected for observance of those time-honored Yankee insti tutions, Thanksgiving and Fast Day. To break over this precedent will appear like sacrilege to the lover of our New England custjms. Vet the chief executives of Vermont and Con necticut have been guilty of this offence, and worse still, have designated Friday,the unlucky day of the calendar, for the annual fast.— Whither are we we drifting?" Will the editor inform us how long it is since Connecticut or Vermont had its annual fast on any day of the week but Friday? Certainly Connecticut has not within the last half cen tury, and we are quite sura it is so in in Ver mont. "Whither are we drifting!" "Shobt Counts."—The manufacturers of thin manila paper held a convention a few days since at Brattleborough, Mass., at which most of the mills in that line were fully repre sented. After perfecting an organization a discussion was h\d upon the practice of put ting up paper with a less number than twenfy four sheets to the quire. It was found that quite a large amount of paper was ordered by at twenty and even sixteen sheets mail» Œ. aml that tlie consequence was were eettfnv i!\ r"Vl " supposing that they was' voted declhl(.rPa,'?1 480 sheets 11 short counts." future orders for Indiana is plicating members of its Supreme Cousin tT reception of bribes from a railroad cUmpauv tending to influence their action in a case'Τη which the comsauy was interested. The court lias ordered an investigation. Thf. Back Salary.—At the present time only one-bait the members of Congress have drawn their five tUousand dollars back pay. Of The New Hampshire Democrats, all of whom voted against the increase, none drew the extra pay until the election was over, when Judge Hibbard, defeated, and Mr. Parker, η-elected, drew at once. Mr. Bell, whose election has un til within a day or two been in doubt, has not applied for his money, nor have any Connecti cut members. News and Other Items. Pickpockets are unprecedently active and successful in Chicago just now. An Iowa clergyman has been stealing Bibles, and giving them to the uuregeneiated. Gen. Butler is going to send his son Benja min Israel to the military school at West Point. The Supreme Court of Vermont has set aside a verdict procured by the jury -'drawing cuts." The seats of one quarter of the members of the Dominion Parliament are to be contested. The Baptists are said to average eighty com municants to every church in the United States. The Pennsylvania coal combination has de cided to continue for April the prices of the present month, The Missi sippi Legislature has passed a tem pe raace bill which is a close copy of the Ohio and Indiana laws. An enterprising ICentuckian threatens to rev olutionize the chignon bnsiness by cultivating the raw material on his farm. The Buffalo authorities are taking measures to prevent pool selling at the races there this season. ft·' " ' mail OU6 unes llUli~lûSlUc U IS $75,000,000, all tolil, which is secuied upon lier realty. The Albany Board of Public Instruction have opened the schools to whites and blacks alike, by a vote of seven to five. A Wisconsin milliner, finding the ribbon business dull, insured her husband's life for a handsome sum and then persuaded him to drink some medicated coffee. The number of persons out of employment in Philadelphia is appalling. One Insertion of a little advertisement for a clerk in a railroad office brought 085 applicants in a single day. The New York Times is hopeful as to Con necticut, and believes that "popular confidence in the Bepublican party lias not been disturbed where it presents candidates as good as those in Connecticut." Work is going on upon the Portland and Og densburg road beyond Hyde Park, Vt., in sev eral of the heaviest cuts, so that the remaining forty miles to Swanton may be finished for running the present season. Boston intends to attempt to save $100,000 a year by making the State support its insane, just as the other cities of Massachusetts do. For thirty-three years it has paid for their sup port itself. A Springfield brute put a cat on a hot stove, and the judge said he could not issue a warrant for his aiTesj, as the laws for the prevention of cruelty to animals do not include injuries done cats or dogs. A Minnesota farmer lias just sold his farm of 1IM acres, forty acres broken and fall-plowed, with a good frame house, a stable, and all his farming implements and utensils, for $100 cash and an old sheep skin overcoat. The geutleman at Keene, Ν. H., who, a short time since, so gallantly got out his private team after midnight and carried home over the drift ed roads all the lady passengers who came on a belated train, was Hon. S. W. Hale, and the Keene ladies have put him on the track for the next Bepublican nomination for Governor. The Missouri House rejected the bill giving to the jury in murder cases the option between death and imprisonment as punishment. The Senate had passed it. The chief officers of the criminal courts in St. Louis approve the bill, and it may be reconsidered in the House. The presi dent, of a Kentucky college has manifested some little eccentricities lately. At first he made efforts to join all tlie religious de nominations in the town, and finally, when the college trustees attempted to remove him, he armed some of the big boys among the stu dents with shot guns and put them on guard every night, instructing them to shoot the first man who put his foot inside the college fence. STATE NEWS. ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTS-. Mr. Bryant, an employee of the paper mill at Mechanic Falls, died of small pox last Snn day. The Lewiston Journal notioes the death of Rev. Flavel Bartlett, a Free Baptist minister, living in Auburn, on Saturday. Prof. Hamlin of Colby University, says the Journal, has been examining skulls in a brick yard in that city, that indicate the glacial pe riod, as the same variety is found in Greenland now. It isn't vastly different now. AROOSTOOK COUNTY'. On the evening of March 4th, while Mr. A. J. Lufkin of Sherman, was abspnt from home, his house with nearly all its contents was burn ed. The accident occurred by the igniting of the oil in a kerosene lamp. Wm. T. Bradbury of Sherman, at work in the logging swamp, was warned by one of the men and looking up saw the large arm of a tree falling upon him. He threw himself down beside a windfall which took the heft of the blow and thns sa ved his life, though he came home disabled for a time. In the same crew Wm. Leavitt of Sherman Mills, while stepping over his load, slipped and fell on a sharp fid hook, which entered his leg below the knee and run some three inches under the skin deep into the flesh and held up bis whole weight. KENNEBEC COUNTY. The Augusta Journal says that Superinten dent Lincoln of the Maine Central lias been confined to bis house by sickness f jr several days, but is better now. He v. Mr. Quimby of the Gospel Banner, Au gusta, is to build a publishing house. The Augusta Journal cautions its readers -'to look out for the grasshopper season." When? KNOX COUNTY. A New York despatch states that Cant. W. S. Crockett of Rockland, of the barque Emma C. Littletield. died at sea of yellow fever, as did also a German seaman. At one time only two men were on duty on the vessel, all the rest be ing sick with the fever. PENOBSCOT COUNTY. The Bangor Whig says that nearly 002,000 letters were reeeived in the postofflce in that city last year. Abcut $24,5(X) worth of stamps were sold and about $22,000 were cancelled.— Money orders to the amount of §1)0,000 were paid, and about $85,000 were sold. Joseph Baker, Esq., of Brewer, has recently presented to the Methodist church of that place a very handsome and convenient parsonage and grounds. It appears that all the nominees of the Re publican party for city officers in Bangor,were clected by the city council. WASHINGTON COUNTY. Herring fishing in Passamaquoddy Bay is lively, Xhere are over 150 vessels engaged in it. Harrington is in earnest abont the Shore Line Railroad, having voted $300 for the sur vey. YORK COUNTY. Hou. N. G. Marshall has dispssed of his in terest in the Marshall House at York, p.nd it will hereafter be conducted by E. L. Marshall & Bro. IN GENERAL. The Maine State Sabbath School Association will hold its annual session at Biddefoid about the middle of May. "A. Fox, M. D., Ba<h, Maine," is advertised in a Tennesse paper as a foxy swindler, as who evpr nrpt.pmla <·<» that. nama a nil af.irla lin/lnnht. ed is. A Triumphant Record. In glancing back at the history of proprietary med icines in this country, .t becomes at once evedent that Hostetter's Stomach Bitters has been the mokt succ ssful of tliem all. The record of its triumphs covers a period of about twenty years, and during that time it has probably restored to health and vig or a greater number of deui.itated invalids than all other tonics and alteratives combined. Th amount of disease and suffering iliat has been pre vented by its exten Isive use as a preventive me licina is, of course unascertainable, but it is a well known a id uu«lisputed fact that the malaria which gener ates periodic fevers and many other distressing and dangerous disorders seldom, if ever, produce ι any injurious, etlect upon .-ysteras that liave been fortifi ed in advance bj a course of this invaluable vegetable fnnif* SPECIAL NOTICES. R. A. of P. F. D. Annual Sleeting. The annual meeting of the Relief Association of th· Portland Fire Department, will be held at he Office of the Chief Engineer, City f'uilding, on WEDNES DAY Evening. April 2rd, 18Γ3, at 8o'clock; To make choice of sixteen Trustees, and to transact any other legal buei jes3. mar26sntd C. H. LEIGHTON, Scc'y. Maine Poultry Association. The Trustees of the Maine Poultry Association will meet in Portland on FRIDAY Maich 28th. 1873. mar26 sntd LEA & PERKINS' CAUTION ! Worcestershire Sauce Buyers are cautioned to avoid the numerous Coun terfeits and Imitations offered for salé. JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS, New York, Agents for the United States. oct™ eodsnly SPECIAL NOTICES. WONDERFUL CURES ! DK. IIBASIV, OF BOSTON, Who lias made eo many Wonderful Cures all over tlie New England States, is at the PREBLE HOUSE, And will Romain a Few Weeks. Every invalid sliou'd see him, no matter what their complaint may bo. 20,000 Patients have been Treated by him within the last ten years, with Wonderjul Success. Krail the following Wonderful Cure» in Maine : Dr. Urann, who has ma<le so many wonderful cures in tliis town and others, will remain in tow η but a short t ime louger. He has had good success. The caxe of Mr. J. B. ltedman, Attorney at Law iu this town. Is truly a wonderful one, when Dr. Urann was called 10 see him a week aço F. iday, he was not ablo to turn himself in bed ; he is now able to walk the street and is daily gaiuiug strength.—[Ellsworth American. The above statement, so far as I am concerned, is but the simple truth, and 1 cheerfully endorse it as an act of justice 10 Dr. Urann, and earnestly recom mend all person·* afflicted with Rheumatism, Neu ralgia, or other kindred complaints, whether acute or chronic, to give him a call, being sanguine that he will cure them. JOHN B. KEDMAN. Ellsworth, Jan. 7,1873. This will certify that 1 was troubled with Sciatic liheumatism and suffered great pain, was unable to sleep without taking morphine, could not walk. I was carried to Dr. Urann's office, at the DeWitt House, and after one treatment was free from pain, and have been able to work ever since. A. W. BAILEY. Auburn, May 7,1860. Lewiston, May 7, I860. This will certify that I had lost the use of my lower limbs and was unable to walk or even stand, had several physicians who pronounced my case iucura ble. He ·ring of Dr. Urann's Wonderful Cures, I sent for liim. Iu less than a week wa> able to walk in the streets, and can now walk two miles daily. Ellsworth, Oct. 8,1837. To tue Mâ.chia.8 Republican.—Gente:—As Dr, Urann, of Bostou, is aboat visiting your placo, and a stranger in these paris, I kn >w very well, like most physicians traveling, he will be looked upon with sus {>icion, particularly as his cures look miraculous. I lad been obliged to walk on crutches for one year, and for nine months wa> not ab e to put my foot to the floor. My spine and arm were also so lame a» to nearly disable me. I could not dress or undress my self, or get oil the bed wituout help. He treated my case last Friday morning:, and in less than an hour after I was able to walk home, a distance oi nearly half a mile, up hill, without cru> ches, and have been gaining ever since. J. K. JuRDAN, mcli26sntf formerly Deputy Sheriff. MARK HEIRS. 1JHE heirs at law of John Marr, formerly of Kit- I tery, in York county, Maine, have deeided to hold a convention in Portland, on the 26th day of March next, at 10 A. M., in the United States Hotel, foi the purpose of taking measures to establish their heirship to the property which is said to be left by John Erskine, 11th Earl of Mar in Scotland. A full attendance ie requested. Per order. WM. P. MAliU, SAMUEL M. SKILLIXG, JOHN MARR, MRS. WM. TRICKEY, feb20dsutd MRS. C. R. SHAW. RARE CHANCE for a RARGA1N I As I am about to close the Store 9G Exchange St., two doors above my old stand, I shall for one week, commencing with to-day, 24th, oJfer the goods in said store, consisting of: FRA91ED CHROMOU, fiNCRAVINCSS, AliBl JlN, FANCY ARTIOL xvM, Arc., AT COST! Thoso wishing to ornament their dwelliugs with handsome Pictures, at low prices, will do well to call and examine my stock. H. II. COL ES WORTH V, JR., & CO. mar24 snlw SPRING 18753. NEW GOODS! NEW «OODS ! OBIS HAWKES & CO. CUSTOM MKPABT.UliSX, We have now in stock and are constantly receiving some of the choicest Shades and most desirable Fabrics in fi9nvvr< Airr rr α λ Suitings, Fancy Weaves and Diagonals for COATS, AND VESTS, TROWSERINGS, AND FANCY VESTING S, —IN— ENGLISH, SCOTCH, AND AMERICAN GOODS that it was ever our pleasure to show our customers, and we are in readineaB to make every STYLE of GARMENT in the most tasty, thorough and fashiou able manner. W. CHISA.1VX has charge of this Department, and will spare no pains to please those who intrust their orders to us. 290 and 292 CONGRESS STREET, OPPOSITE PREBLE IIOUSK. mchlO gnd&w3w BATCH Ε LOR'S HAIR DV£. This splendid Hair Dye is the beet in the world. The only True and Perfect Dye. Harmless Reliable and Instantaneous; nodisappointment; no ridiculous tints or unpleasant odor. Remedies the ill effects of bad dyes washes. Produces Immediately a superb Black or Natural Brown, and leaves the hair clean, soft and beautiful. The genuine, signed W. A. Batchelor. Sold by all Druggists. CHAS. BATCHELOR, Prop., A. F. octld&w Ivres To I,et, THE commodious four storied Brick Store, No. 57 Commercial St.—immediate posessirm given. Inquire of ELIAS THOMAS & CO., No. 90 Commercial St. Or of W. TV. THOMAS, Canal National Bank. septl2sntf House for Sale. AT GORHAM, ME., a large handsome two story house, rooms ot both stories ot good size and height ou a fine loi having 27k ro'ls front on South St., a short distance from Church, Post-office and Depot. The Choice Mituntiou in Gorham; besides numerous and fine shade trees, flower beds and hedges, there are nearly a hundred fruit trees, apple, crab-apple, pear, peach and cherry, ten grape vines, ami a good garden containing many currant bushes, gooseberry bushes, strawberry and asparagus beds tine pieplant, «Sic There are about 33 acres of land, affording pasturage an \ many choice house lots. Inquire of JOHN W. PERKINS. Portland, or Rev. Geo. A. Perkins, on the premises. marl2entf TO BE LET. ~~~ Tfee Front Office on the second floor in the Canal National Bank Building, recently occupied by Mat tocks & Fox. Also rooms in the Third story. Enquire at the Bank dec7sDtf ROCK SEOOPS. WANTED SLOOPS earring from fifty to one Hun dred Tons Rocks. Apply at No. 13 Cahoon Block, near City BuiMing between the hours of one and two, seven and nine o'clr ck P. M. marlOtf BANK OF PORTLAND. On, and after this date, the un7ersigned 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, iu the regular coureo of the Banking Business. _ „ Λ , ΛΥ. N. GOOLD. Portland, .June 24th, 1872. jun23uewlt theu sn tf STORE RENT! Splendid Chamber room with water closet, Sebago water and every convinience. Enquire of mch20 LUFKIN & CO. If you want a nice Photograph or Tin Type, go to A M. McKenny,'s 1GI Middle Street. He waiTcnte them as good as can bo made in Port land. ag3-eodtfsn SPRING- OF 1B73. ROLLINS & BOND, Have just returned from New York and Boston with a CHOICE STOCK of WOOLENS. For Gentlemens' Wear, Which we propose to make up in our usual GOOD STY I. Ε And to which we iuvite your attention at NO. 9D MIDDLE STREET. marl° eneodtf FARM FOR SALE ! Hie Farm owned by the late Bailey Talbot, slant

ed about 4 mile rot.i the villiage of South Freenort aud on the road between there and Yarmouth This Farm lyine on the tide waters οΓ Hariïeeeket River, can be easily dressed from the sea and is un rivalled In the country as a hay farm. It contains about 125 acres of land wi. h plenty of wood. House and 2 Barns. Can be bought to advantage before the 1st of April For particulars enquire of M. L. Talbot, on the premises, or, H. Talbot, No. 6 Clapp's Block, Con gress St., Portland, Me. feb21d&wsntf REMOVAL ! DR. CHARLES E. WEBSTER, lias removed to 74 Free Street. Portland, Jan. 23,1873. jan25sntf SPECIAL NOTICES. ,τ M LIKE CLUBBING a man AFTER HE IS DOW\ To use powerful Cathartics to cure C0STIVENESS au J DYSPEPSIA, the diseased organs are sensitive and tender—treat tliein tenderly.— Do not use tliem roughly, a JMedr cine Uke LORING'S "Vegetable Speeiilc 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. Pricc $1· LOR ING, Druggist, Proprietor. Trade supplied by GEO. C. GOODWIN dt CO., Bosion; W. F. PHILLIPS & Co., J. W. PERKINS & CO.. WHIP PLE BROS., Portlaud. mar22snlw A Book lor Every Man. Tile "SCIENCE OF LIFE, or SELF-PRESEKVA TION," a Medical Treatise on the Cause and Cure of Exhausted Vitality, Premature Decline in Man, Ner vous and Physical Debility,Hypochondria, Impotency, Spermatorrbcea or Seminal Weakness, and all other diseases arising from the errors of youth or the in discretions or excesses of mature years. This is in - deed a book for every man. Thousands have been taught by this work the true way to health and hap piness. it is the cheapest and best medical work ever published, and the only "one on this class of ills worth reading. 190th edition, revised, much en larged, illustrated, bound in beautiful French cloth. Price only $1. Sent by mail post-paid on receipt cf price. Address PEA BODY MEDICAL INSTI TUTE, No. 4 Bultinch Street, Boston, Mass., or Dr. W. H. PARKER, Assistaut Physician. Ν. B. The — * ι Kan/moiiltoiî r»nfV»A nhnvn ne ivull ne nil diseases requiring skill and experience. en mar25-dlv 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 very small in proportion to property and therefore easily paid. Careful investors are invited to call and examine the Bonos. L W8 and Decisions of the courts upon such securities and will find them very safe. Tnere is nothing better. CHARLES M. HAWKES, feb6sntf 28 Exchange st., Portland. FOR P13IPLES ON THE FACE, Blackhead and Fleshworm, use PERRY'S Improv ed Comedone and Pimple Remedy, the gieat skin medicine. Prepared only by Dr. B. C. PERRY, Dermatologist, 49 Bond St., Ν. Y. Sold by Druggists everywhere. mar22sn6m "Buy Mc and I'll do yon Goed.»-DR. LANGLEY'S ROOT AND HERB B1TTETS. No drugs no poisons, nothing deleterious, nolhiugbut healthy roots and herbs, each as Sarsaparills, Wild Cherry, Yellow Dock, Prickly Ash, Thoroughwort, Mandrake, Rhubarb, Dandelion,&c.. so compounded as to rea°n the foumains of disease, and absolutely cure all Humors. Liver and Billious Diseases, Jaun di e. Dyspepsia. Costiveuess, Scrofula, and all diffl < ulties arisin* from a · iseased stomaeh or impure blood. Tweuty years of unrivalled success has prov ed them to be the best medicine in the world. GEO. C. GOODWIN & CO., Boston, and all druggists. mar6 sneodtGw FOR MOTH PATCHES, FRECKLES Alia TAN, usePERKY'S Moth and Freckle Lotion. It is re Li abl κ and harmless Sold by Druggists everywhere. Depot, 49 Bond St., Ν. Y. mar22sn6m MARRIED. In this city, March 19, by Rev. W. E. Gibbs, George A. Krogmau ot Boston and Mrs. Susie J. Morse, daughter ot C. P. Rolfe, Esq. [No cards.l In Cape Elizabeth, March 24, by Rev. W. E. Gibbs, Edward Α. Κelse y and Miss Ella G. Chase, both of Cape Elizabeth. March 10th, at St. Saviour's Church, Oxton. by the Reverend Dr. Blakeney, D. D., W. H. Smith. Esq., R. N. R., commander Royal Mail steamer Prussian. (Allan liue,) to Marianne Becker, youngest daughter of the Rev. Lewis F. Thomas, Β. Α.. Queen's College. Cambridge, and graud daughter of the late General Sir Lewis Thomas. C. B„ Governor ol Cawnpore and acting Commander-in-Chief in India. I DIED. In this city, March 25, Aurclia, infant daughter of William and Amelia R. Henes«y. aged 3 months. (.Funeral services this afternoon at 2 J o'clock, at No. 115 Oxford street. In Ferry Milage, Cape Elizabeth, March 21, Cant. Geo. S. Thompson, aged 36 years 6 months. [St John papers please copy.l In Augusta, March 23, Helen M. Williams, aged 71 years. In Gorh m. March 24, Mrs. Β tsey Hasty, relict ot Wm Hasty, iormeriv of Standish, aged 78 veais. In Boston, March 25, at the Revere House, Henry P. Deane, Esq., of Portland, aged 49 years 6 months. [Funeral services at his late residence. No. 50 State street, on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Burial seivice at convenience of the family. PASSENGERS. In the Moravian, from Liverpool—G R Kingswill, J Smolers, β Houstou, Mr Slinson, Hon Victor B« an boucher, Mrs Beanboucher, II C Lawton, J M Silver, Geo Sumner. S Robotham, Jas Moffit, Mr Behan. J R Howe, Mr Beviss. J F Trowel 1 and wife, Mr Peake, Mr Knight, and 313 steerage. DEPARTURE OF OCEAN STEAM*: KM NAME FROM FOR DATE Wisconsin New York. .Liverpool Mch 26 Cuba New York. .Liverpool Mch 26 Olympia New York. .Glasgow Mch 26 City of Havaua New York. .Havana Mch 27 St Thomas New York. .Port Prince..Mch 28 Peruvian Portland. Liverpool... M h 9 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 Apl 2 Abyssinia New York.. Liverpool Apl 2 M jravian Portland... Liverpool —Apl 5 City of Montreal New York.. Livemool Apl 5 Sarmatian Portland. ..Liverpool Apl 12 Miniature Almannc Match 26. San rises 5.53 | Moon rises 5.15 A>'. Sun sets 6.20 I High water 9.15 AM MARINE NEWS. PORT OF PORTIjAND. Tuesday, Mareh 35. ARRIVED. Steamship Moravian, (Br) Graham, Liverpool 13th inst—passengers and mdse to H & A Allan. Steamer New York, Winchester, St John, NB, via Eastport for Bostou. Barqne Horace Ueals, Fickett, Boston, to load for Cuba. Sell Wm Slater, Killan, Georgetown, SC, for Tho rn ast on. Sell Panama, Gray, Boston. Sell Josephine Swanton, McKown, Boston for Boothbay. Sch Sarah Louise. Winchenbach, Portsmouth. Sell Broadlield, (Br) Britt, St Andrews, NB—R R sleepers to C Barrett. Sch Colin C Baker, (new) Baker. Bath, seeking. Sch Addie F Treat, Hodgdon, Bath tor New Ycrk. Sch Gertie Lewis. Hodgdon. Boothbay. Sch Arkansas, Simonton, Rockland for Dan vers. CLEARED. BrigCastillian, Crouchen, Sagua—Phinney & Jack eon. Sch Mary Β Harris, Mitchell, Savannah—J C Baker. Sch Willie Martin, Blake, Newark NJ--Holyoke & Benson. Sch Spring Bird, (Br) McLean, St John, NB—John Porteous. IFROM MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE.1 PROVINCETOWN, March 25—Steamer Dirigo. tm Portland for New York, lias put in on accouut of bad weather. Sch Gen Grant, from Gloucester for New York, has been towed iu dismasted. MEMORANDA. Sch Ε Ε Stimpson, recently ashore at Wellfleet. is to be taken into the dock and thoroughly overhauled and repaired. Her false keel is gone, bottom chafed «.m» luuucr uciiuaguii. uapt j>uiiKer speaits mgmy or the kind treatment and assistance rendered by the light keeper and people on Billinsgate Island and at Wellfleet. DOMESTIC PORTS. S AN FRANCISCO—Cld 15tli, ship Sootia, Drum mrund, Cork. Sid 15th, ship S G Reed, White, Cork. PORTLAND. O— Sid 13th inst, barque Cariboo, Wood. United Kingdom. NEW ORLEANS—Below 18th, ship D W Chap man, Stetson, trom Havre. Cld 18th. ship Carondelet, Stetson, Liverpool. Ar at SW Pass 18th inst, ship Kentuckian, Sears, Havre. Ar at SW Pass 18th, brig Geo Gilchrist, Hart, from New York. MOBILE—Cld 17th, barque Arlington, Costello, for Liverpool. SAVANNAH—Sid 23d, schs R Ε Yates. Yates, for New York; Adilie Fuller, Hendeison. Bostcn. CHARLESTON—Sid 21st, scb Fanuie Builer, Sher man, Kennebunkport. Sid 23d. eel) J C Nash. Crowley, Philadelphia. BALTIMORE—Cld 22d, sch H H Fisk, Wickson, Portland. Also cld 22d, brig Fnnis, Foster, Sagua; sch Clara G Loud, Welt, Key West. Sid 22d, brig Mary C Haskell, for Cuba; sch Louisa A Orr. Orr. St Thomas. PHILADELPHIA—Ar 23d, brig Annie R Storer, Adams. Matanzas: schs Mary Ε Staples, Go ifrev Cardenas; Helen M Condon, Condon, Jacksonville; Elwood Doran. Jarvis, Brunswick, Ga. Below, ship Nautilus, from Havre; brig Thomas Owen, from West Indies. CM 23d. sch Enterprise, Strout, Georgetown, SC. NFW YORK—Ar 23d. ships Galatea, Gardiner, Manila; John Harvey, Lowell, Antwerp; barques Ada Gray, Race, Buenos Apre» 56 days; Sadie. Sin clair, Montevideo 52 days ; Evanell, Colcord. Cardenas 8 days; Carrie Ε l ong, Park, Havana; R W Griffith, Drummond, Matanzas 10 davs; brig Alex Nichols, Rosebrook, Havana; sch Wm Rice, Preesey, New ^Ar^ith, brigs Annie Gardiner, Hatch, Demanda; Nellie Antrim, Loud, Jamaica; Robin, Woodman, UCM 24th, bri* Antilles. Tbeetrup forPort anJ; sell HfflSÏÏSKt:'icr Coruna; Norton ^Massed0through"Hell Gate 23d,«to EH«n Morton, from Port Johnson for Salem; k»rejia. do for havcu; Frank Maria. Ellzabelliport for Fall Klvcr, Geo Savage. Ambov tor Newburj port ; Wm MCLoon, New York tor Th»>maston. . NEW LONDON -Ar 21st, brig Geo Amos, Noyes, Elizabetliport for Boston. _ . PROVIDENCE—Ar 22d, brig Helen M Rowley, Rowley, New Orleane; sell Brave, Foss, Wilmington; Majestic. Dodge, Jersey City. , , VV1CKFORD— Ar 21st, sch Lark, Guptill, Calais via Providence. VINEYAUD-HAVEN — Ar 23d, brie Geo Amos, ο,lza^thport for Salem ; schs Hyne, Oliver, Elizabethport tor Portland; Ε G Willard, Wallace, Portland for pnu,ui..i.i. ·-« fe'11; in, do foi- New Yo\1cT c'ol ËÎihwoX tor <io; Τ Benedtct, Furr, do for βΚΕΙ naih' Nichols, Wyman, Bucksport f,Jt Suvan Sailerl 24th, schs Sally Maria. Three Sisters Wm McLoon, Col Ellsworth. Cliaso. Bramhall. C S Roirer« Ε G Willard. Belle. A L Lockwood. R Κ Higgiof. if C Paine, Venus, J Paine, J Β Vandusen, Franconia. Τ Benedict, Belle Brown, Arctic, Morelight, David Nichols, Ε Arcularius. W Frcemau, Eugene Borda, Helen Thompson, and otliere. BOSTON—Ar 24tli, echs Sophia Kranz, Dyer, New Orleans· Abbie H Hodeman. Eaton, Jacksonville; Georgia'Orcutt, Savannah; ti Β McFarland. McFar land, Wilmington ; Ν A Farweli. Fainham.Wilming ton· Geo Washington, Walker, and Med ford. Orne, Belfast; Martha Weeks, White; Abby Gale, Rvan; Forest Queen. Lewis, and Mvra, Scars. Belfast ; Ex press. Calderwood,and L J Warren, Lane, Rocklnnd; L Guptill, Kobinsou, do; J Freeman, Keller, Tho maston; Wm H Lovett, Haskell. Rockport; Forest King, Dailey ; Black Swan, Morrill, and Cotinna M, Blatcliford, Rockport; Belle. Dunton, Westport. Ar 25th, sclis Β F Farnham. Brewster,Wilmington; Willie Luco, Talbot, Port Johnson ; H S Bridges, I^andrick, Elizabeth port; Addie Murchie, Gibbs, Ho boken; R Ρ Chase. Sweetser. Winterport; Idaho, Jameson. Rockland; Dexter. Lord, Portland. SALEM—Ar 23d, scb Four Sisters, Bickmore, from Savanuah. foreign portm. At Shanghae Jan 14, barques Amie, Morrison, and Forest Belie, une. Ar at Antwerp 11th inst, ship Ne Plus Ultra, Kirby New York. J A rat Havre 9th mst, barque Augustine Kobbe, Carver, New York. Cld 10th, barque Lincoln, Trott, Shields, to lood for United States. Ar at Deal lith inst, ship Ironsides, Berry, New Orleans for Keval. Ar at Gravesend 12th inst, ship Ε W Stetson, Moore, New Y>rk. Sid fm Qucetistown 11th, ship Alice M Minott. Lowell, (from San Francisco) for Hull. Sid fm Malta 5th inst, barque Bounding Billow, Reynolds. Messina. At Dcraarara 1st iust, brig Mary Ε Penncll, Eaton, for Charleston, ldg sugar at $5 pr lihd. At Sagna 9th inst. brigs A M Knight. Davis, lor North oi Hatteras, ldg ; L H Kimball, Luut, for Philadelphia, do : and others. Cld at St John. NB. 21st inst, schs Howard Holder, Holder, Portland; 22d, brij; Fidelia, White, Carde nas; sch Annie W, Branscomb, Portland. [Latest, by European steamers.] Ar at Liverpool Util. Sarmatian, Wylle, Portland; Lady Blessington. Williams, and Thos Lord, Whitte more, San Fraucisco ; Shatuauc, WhUtemore, New Orleaus. Ar at London 10th, Edward O'Brien. Oliver, from Mejillones; 13th. Ε W Stetson, Moore, New York. Sid fm Mnthfirhanlr 19*1» -l r% ο - Off Dover 12th. Alice M Minott, Lowell, from San Francisco for Hull. *Sia fm Middlesborough lOtli, Halcyon, Hearty, for New Orleaus. Sid fm Plymouth 12th, Moses Day, for Cardiff. Ar at Queenstown 11th, Bock light, Evans, Callao. Sid fm Queenstown 11th, Eric the Red, Small, for Galway. Cld at Havre 12th, Forest Eagle, Hosmer, and EHa S Thayer,Thompson, Key West; Hosea Rich,Pierce, Havaiia. Ar at Sourabaya Jan 7, Reunion, Tuckcr, Batavia. Ar at Oporto 5th inst, Paul Seavey, Lowell, from New York. SPOKEN. Feb 25, lat 20 20 N. Ion 30 W, ship Ladoga, from San Francisco for Queenstown. March 1, lat 27, lou 42, brig Eugenia, from Messina lor Baltimore. March 1, lat 35 N, Ion 40 W, barque Amity, from San Francisco for Liverpool. March 16, lat 31 40, Ion 72, sch Addie M Bird, from Portland tor Cuba. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PROBATE NOTICES. To all Persons interested in either of th· Estates hereinafter named: AT a Court of Probate held at Portland, within and for the County of Cumberland on the third Tuesday of March, iu the year of our Lord eight een huudred and seventy-three, the following matter· having been presented for the action thereupon here inafter indicated, it is hereby Ordered, That notice thereof be given to all persons inter ested, by causing a copy of this order to be published three weeks successively in the Maine State Press and Eastern Argus, papers printed at Portland afore said, that they may appear at a Probate Court to be held at said Portland on the third Tuesday of April next, at at ten of the clcck iu the forenoon, and be heard thereon, and object if they see cause. LUCY ANN BURRILL,lateof Harrison, deceased Petition that Edward Clark may be appointed Ad ministrator, presented by Bela S. Clark etc als., broth ers and sister of said deceased. EDWARD RYONSON, late of Brunswick, deceas ed. Final account au ι resignation of the trust of Administrator, presented by William Ryonson, Ad ministrator. HENRY PLUMMER, minor child and heir of Jesse Plummer, late of Raymond, decease !. Account pre sented for allowance by Alvin Plummer, Guardian. HEZEK1AII BREWER, late of Froeport, deceas ed. Report of Commissi .ners appointed to assign ana set «ut dower to Margaret E. Brewer, widow of said deceased, presented for acceptance and confirma ti -n. RACHEL A. GOWEN, late Rachel A. Littlefleld, late of Windham, deceased. Will and petiti >n for the probate thereof, presented by John A. Kelly the executor therein named. ELIZA E. CRAM & ALS, minor children and heirs of John Cram, and heirs of Caleb S, Cram, both late of Windham, deceased. Petition foi license to sell and convey real estate presented bj Martha A. Cram, Quardian. JOHN MESSER, of Windham. First account pre sented for allowance, by Marietta P. Libby, Guard iau. D JRCA5 P. BLANCHARD, late of Yarmouth, de ceased. Abstracts ol inventory and fiist account and petition that the same may be verified and establish ed, presented by Paul G. Blanchard, Executor. ELBR1DGE THOITS, late of Yarmouth,deceased. Petiti η for the assignment of dower in real estate, presented by Mary H. Thoits, widow of said deceas ed. OLIVE STOCK BRIDGE, of Gorham. Final ac count and resignation ol Guardianship, presented by Joseph Stockbridgc, »uardian. HORACE P. SYLVKSTER & AL, minor children and heirs of William T. Syivester, late of Casco, de cea^. Account presented for allowance by Ezekiel J. S Ivester, Guardian. ELBRIDGE FIELD, of Falmouth. First and fi nal account and resignation of Guardianship, pre sented by Bela Blanchard, Guarûian. HENRY MOUNTFORT, late of Falmouth, deceas ed. First account preseutcd for allowance by George Mountfort, Jr., Executor. EDWARD B. CRAM, minor child and heir of Green Cram, late of Westbrook, (now Deering,) and heir of Caleb S. Cram, late of Windham, both de ceased. Petition for license to sell and convey real estate, presented by Harriet B. Cram, Guardian. CHRISTOPHERS. DAVIS, late of Deering, de ceased. Will and petition for the probate thereof, près nted by James N. Read, the Executor therein DANIEL CONANT, JR., & AL., minor children and lieirs of Solomon Couant, late of Weetbrook, de ceased. Petition ft>r license to sell and convey real estate, presented by Fabins M. Ray, Guardian. HIRAM LOWELL, late of Westbrook, deceased. First and final account and private claim agiinst ■ai 1 estate, presented for allowance by Cyrus Lowell, Executor. HENRY S. JACKSON, late of Cape Elizabeth, deceased. First and final account and resignation of the trust of Executor, presented by Henry "B. Jack son, Executor. Also waiver of the provisions of the will, and petition for allowance out of personal es tate, presented by Abigail S. Jackson, widow of said deceased. MARQUIS D. L LANE, late of Portland, deceas ed. Final account presented for allowance by John W. Lane. Administrator. HENRY ROWE, late of Po tland, deceased. Third account presented for allowance by Melvin Ρ Frauk, Administrator. ORRIN W. RIPLEY, late of Brunswiek, deceas ed. Petition for allowance out ot personal estate, presented by Ann L. Ripley, widow of said deceased JOHN A. WATERMAN, Judge. A true «opy of the original Order. Attest, WM. K. NEAL, Register. niarC6 w3w!3 The Chicago, Da il ville & Yincennes RAILROAD COMPANY'S FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS Î Only $100,000 remaining of the total issue of four millions. Parties desiring to invest in this choice security should make immediate application. Interest 7 per cent, gold, payable April 1st and Oc tober 1st. Full particulars furnijhed, on application in per son or by mail, to MESSRS. SWAN & BARRETT, HENRY M. PAYSON, PORTLAND, HIE., or to W. B. SHATrUCK & CO., Bankers, 33 NASSAU STREET, 1*EW YORK, GENERAL AGENTS. mch26 d&wlm GRASS^SEED. 2000 Bags Western Timothy Seed 1500 44 Canada " " 1000 " Red Top " 500 " Jlichigan Clover " 200 " Ohio « '· 400 « No. New York " " 100 " Pea Vine, " 44 150 " Alsike '· " lOO 44 Millet " lOO " llimfrariaii Grass 44 IOO " Orchard " FOB SALE AT THE Lowest Cash Price. KENDALL & WHITNEY. mch26 tf James C. Sheridan, (Ijiitc Sheridan, Griffith· & Brackett,) NO. 6 SOUTH STREET, Plasterer, Stucco — A>'D — UIASTIC WORKER. All order* In the above line, and also for Whiten ing, Whil ewashing and Coloring, will receive prompt and personal attention. A large variety ot Center», Bracket!·, cSc., con •tantly on hand, and at liberal prices. ,, Portland, March 25,1873. mar26dlm For Sale. HEAVY EXPRESS WAGON,(new) — FOB BALE CHEAP — -ΓΙΙΟΜ. & SO.1*, œ»r26ti ISS Cemnierfial Street. new advertisements CHARLES H. SMITH, JR.» LAWYER, Commissioner for Maine, ami all tlie Stales, 318 Broadway, Room β & ?, New York. Experienced in taking testimony on commis ion. mar26 W&S8t CORK! Just received 15,000 BUSHELS PRIME YEL LOW CORN. — FOB SALE DÏ — WEBB & PHINNET, 168 Commercial Ntrrrt, mai^otf Head of Merrill's Wharf. GVNS ytf OU can buy a bettar Gun, Rifle, or Revolver, in A Portland, for tlie same money, than yon can by sending West for one. Try No. 48 Exchanye St. G. L. BAILEY. mar2G WANTED! A man wiio understands setting boxes and fit tine of Carriage work. „.«o a BOY wh) wasli to learn ihe Carriage «L&lï wltliout best of references. " Final Dividend. of C^mmi^ ^itt * Widbur. 220 Commercial .street, ueiween me nours 01 rour ana six t·. M. Per order Assignees. Portland, Marcli 15, 1873. mar26dlw· To Let. A NEW Store on Atlantic near Congress St., and Horse cars. Suitable for a Shoe Store or fancy and domestic goods or Groceries. Apply to S.A. ANDERSON, No. 37 St. Lawrence St. mar26 dlw then eodtf Wanted. Good coat and pant makers at ARTHUR NOBLE'S, mch2fidlw No. 80 Middle street. Found. Λ GOLD RING. The owner can have the same ^b^ calling at this office and proving property. Allan Line. Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. UNDER CONTRACT FOR THE CARRYING OF THE Canadian and United Slate· mails· Passengers booked to Londo» derry and Liverpool. Return Tickets granted at Reduced Rates. The Steamship PERUVIAN» Capt. Richardson. Will leave this port for Liverpool on DATtRDAT, Klarch 99d, Immediately after the arrival of the Train of th previous day from Montreal. Passage to Londonderry and Liverpool, Cabin (ac cording to accommodations) SÏO lo SSO Payable in Gold or its equivalent. For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to Η. & A. ALLAN, No. 1 India St. For Steerage Passage inward and outward, and lor Sight Drafts on England for small amounts apply to JAMES L. FARMER, No. 3 India Street. Portland. Nov. 19tb, 1872. nov2(ttf BONDS. Portland City - β'» Rockland City 6's Bath City 6's bangor City 6'g St. Louis Citjr 6'e Leeds & Farmington, (Guaranteed,) 6's naine 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, - 7.30's West Wisconsin R. R., Gold, · · 7's Atlantic & St. Lawrence Β. B. Stock and Defered Bent Script Bought. FOB SALE BY WUI. E. WOOD, Ag% Sept 7-dtfte 67 Eichaifc St. W. C. BECKETT, Merchant Tailor ! 137 Til DDL· Κ ST., Still keep* up bis reputation for selecting STYLISH GOODS, As you will see by looking into his window, anil call ing in to examine New Goods Just Received. 137 MIDDLE STREET. roarl4 d3w W. C. CLARK, 103 FEDERAL STREET, 5 Doors East of Temple St., PORTLAND, ME. GAS AND WATER PIPING. Gas and Water Pipe introduced into Houses, Halls, Hotels and public buildings in a iaithful manner. Also, Gas Fixtures, Images and Bu»ts rebronzcd and made to look as good ad new. Gas Rings and Jwts made to order. Mr. C., who for several years past has been in the employ of Mr. Kinsman, hopes by promptness and strict attention to business to merit a fair share ef public patronage. febl8dtf Special it! ce ling. A SPECIAL meeting of the Stockholders of the Atlantic and St. Lawrence Railroad Company, will be held at tl» Company's office in Portland, on WEDNESDAY the second day of April 1873, ai 10 o'clock A. M.—To see if the stockholders will accept an act of the Legislature of ihe State of Maine, entitled an "Act additional to an act to establish the Atlantic & St. Lawrence Railroad Company," ap proved February 4th, 1873. To see if the stockholders will ratify and confirm the act'on of the Directors in authorizing and in structing the Treasuier to endorse in the name of the company, the bonds of ths Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada, issued in renewal of bonds of the St. Lawrence & Atlantic Railroad Company, indors ed by this Company. Per order of the Directors. F. R. BARRETT, Clerk. Portland, March 12,1873. marl2dtd " FOR SALE, STEAMSHIP WHIRLWIND. LENGTH 13» feet, Beam 24 5-10 feet, Hold IT 3-10 feet, Tonnage 374. Built of Counectieut Oak and chestnut in 1863, has two decks, schooner rig. Direct acting vertical engine ; cylin er32 x 30. Dratt, deep loaded, 13 feet. Boiler and Engine in good op der. For fnrthpr iinrticulnrfi annlv to WHITNEY & SAMPSON, Boston, Maw., Or HENRY WINSOR & CO., mclilldtf Philadelphia, Pa. NOTICE is hereby given, that the subscriber has been duly appointed and taken upon himseil the trust of Administrator of the estate of EUGENE F. AUSTIN, late ol Portland, in the county of Cumberland, deceased, and given bonds as the law direets. All persons having demands upon the estate of said deceased arercquired to exhibit the same ; and all persons indebted to said estate are called upon to make payment to BENJAMIN KINGSBURY, JR., Adm r. Portland, Mar. 4th. 1873. mar!9dlaw3w»W Nc rOTICE is hereby given, that the subscribers have I been duly appointed Executors of the »\ ill of KHODA A. HANNA, late of Portland, In the County of Cumberland, deceased, and have tak en upon theinselv. κ that truet by giving bonde as the law directs. All persons having demande upon the estate of said deceased, are required to exhibit the name: and all persons indebted to said estate are called upon to make payment to WORTHY C. BARROWS, I - RUFUS DEERINO, ( Executors. Portland, March 4th, 1873. marl9dlaw3w*W NEW OYSTER HOUSE. T. S. HATCH Respectfully informs his friends and the public that he has leased and fitted up Id goo ι shape store If·. •*07 Csurcu Diiwt, nearly opposite Brown street. A full supply ot fresh Oyster», 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 on call. rachstf REMOVAL. Ρ FEENEY, PLASTERER & STUCCO WORKER, having removed from the corner of Cumberland and Franklin s ι eets to N·. 67 Federal Hirer », be tween Pearl and Market street", is prepared to do Postering, Coloring, Whitening and white Washing. Prompt and personal attention paid to all kinds 01 jobbing in my line. mchl9eod3m City ol Portland. City Clark's Office, March 21, 1873. UPON the petition of 8i*e & Nevens for permis, sion to remove their stationary steam engine in Ptore No. 176 Fore street to store No. 178 Fore street, notice is hereby given that on MONDAY, the 7th day of April next, at 7* o'clock P. M., at the Aldermen's ι room in tho ity Building, a hearing will be had of ' all parties interested in said petition. Per order, Η. I. ROBINSON, City Clerk. mch22 dtd «ΓΛΙΤ m:E better looking *nd totJJF W-.S ΪΒ S .'fmis >'·" " W. «1 ïi®1 mclil7eod3w MISCELLANEOUS. Eastman Brothers WILL UPFKB ^ On Monday, March 24th, NEW DRESS GOODS ADAPTED TO Τ tIE SEASON. — ALSO — BLACK GOODS! Brilliauteeu from 50c. to $1.50. Alpacca from - -5c. to 1.00. Cashmere, Cretonne, Thibet, Henrietta and Cobnrg IX VARIOUS QUALITIES, Special Bargains — IS — White Goods and Table Linen, Napkins, Doylies, Towels, &c. SPRING "WOOLENS — FOR — HEN AND BOYS. Print,Cambric & Ginghams A large variety of CHOICE NEW DESIGNS Eastman Brothers, 332 Congress Street. mcli22 «Ι*' BONDS FOR s A L E. Portland (('s Bangor ···.·■ β*· St Louis (}-s St Louis County - - . - 7'g Cook County 7»g Chicago · .... 7'e Columbus, Ohio 8'β Leeds & Farmingtou Κ. R., guaranteed «'s Portland & Rochester R. R. · - 7'g Maine Central R. R. - - · 7'* Central R. R. of Iowa Gold - - 7'« Chicago, Danville & Vincennes R. R., Gold, ...... 7'e Northern Pa ific R. R. Gold ■ 7-30's Atlantic & St. Lawrence R. R. Stock and Deferred Rent Scrip Rought. H. M. PAYSON, BANKER AND BROKER, 33 Exchange Street, PORTLAND' maris dtf BONDS. New York City Τ W H (t m m g) Brooklyn City - β'β Jersey City - 7't Elizabeth City - - - - 7Ί Canada Southern R. R., Gold, - 7'· B. & Cedar Rapids R. R., Gold, - 7's Northern Pacific R. R., Gold, - 7-30'* FOR SALE BY R. A. BIRD, 97 Exchange St· feb25 BONDS FOR SALE, Portland City - · · e's Bangor "... β'g St. Louis "... β's Elizabeth, Ν. J., · ■ - » 7'· Cleveland " · · - 7'· . Toledo " ... 8'g Cook County, 111.. . · - 7's Marion County, Ind., - - 8'g Maine Central R. R. - · 7'g Portland & Roch s tor R. R. - 7's Atchison, Topeka & Saute Fe Gold 7'g Northern Pacific R. R. Gold - 7-30'g Chicago, Dan. & Vin. R. R. Gold - 7'g Atlantic & St. Lawreuce R. R. Stock and Dcf. Rent Scrip BOUGHT BY Swan & Barrett, too MIDDLE STREET. feb24 eodtl J. B. Brown & Sons, BANKERS, No. 40 Exchange St., PORTLAND, MAINE. Business the same as an Incor porated Bank. Interest allowed on Deposits. Dealers in Government Bonds. Gold and Foreign Exchange. Investment Securities constant* ly on hand. Ja.i23 let* HAMBURGS! WE shall open this <lay one of the largest and beet line of Edges and Insert loii , ever opened in Portland, and at prices that defy competition GREAT BARGAINS AT 121-2c, 2©c, 25c, 50c. CO YELL & COMPARY. HAMBURGS I Jttn24 tf GAS NOTICE. Orders for removal of obstruct ions in service pipes, if left at the Office in the Morning will be at tended to same day; if leit late in the day, they may not receive at tention till next day. _Argus ami Advertiser copy. Jan31dtf FOR *ALE. A SET of .MC E PARLOR FI BMTI BK ONE Sandf>rd Refrigerator, one Spring Box for Bed, two large Chromos with frames, one step ladder (9 steps», one soap-s'one Stove, etc. iy*The-« articles will be sold at a targe discount. Parties desiring to purchase will please call at Tress Office, or No. 6 Spruce Street. XSTReason tor selling : soon to remove from the city. mar!8dtf Bible Society of Maine. THE Annual Meeting of this Society for the election of officers for the ensuing year, and the tr:<nsac~ tion of other business, will be held at the Young Mens' Christian Association Rooms, on Thursday, April 3rd, 1873, at 4 o'clock P. M. W. H. HOBBS, Rec. Sec'y. Portland, March 20,1--73. mar20dtd IIiiiii< Savings Bank. IV·. loo Middle Mlrrcl. Portland. DvpnslTS made in this Bank, on or before April VTist? vvitl <lraw intercut fTm April lrt. *' NATHL. F. DEERINO, March 21,1873. d&wul_ To Let. ONE OF THE BEST OFFICES OS EXCHANGE STREET. Enquire of GEO. A. WHITNEY & CO., mar24tf No. 4β Exchange St.

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