Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, April 16, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated April 16, 1873 Page 2
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THE PRESS.I WEDNESDAY MORNING, APR. 16 . ’73. Ewry regular attache of the Press is furnished with a card certificate countersigned by Stanley T. Pullen, Editor. All railway, steamboat and hote managers will confer a favor ui*on us by demandihg credentials of cver\ person claiming to represent our journal, as we have Information that several “bum mers” arc seeking courtesies iu the name of the Piikss, and we have no disposition to be, even pas sively. a party to such fraud. W k do not read anonymous letters and* eommuni cni ions. The name and address of the writer are in all eases iudispo ab e, not necessarily for publication but as a guaranty of good faith. \V 3 cannot undertake to return or re erve eon** muuicauous that are uot used. Yestebdav gold declined from 118^ to 117f. _ The public will be glad to know that O’Kelly, the New York Herald Cuba corre spondent is perfectly sate. Where now is Stanley and Dr. Livingstone ? The interior of the State reports from two to three feet of snow, with hay plenty and stock looking finely. Yet the possessors of »o many blessings are not happy. Thebe will be no ball playing in Maine on Past Day. In fact, His Excellency didn t have the national game in mind when he set apart the day. _ Pkbhaps the fact that tbe expenses of the Pennsylvania Legislature are paid wholly by a tax levied ou railroads, has led that body to mistake its real mission under the delusion that it must servo those who pay for its scr trlena It must be that Henry Watterson, the bril liant editor of the Louisville Courier-Journal, and one of the authors of the Greeley move ment, has seen the folly of that attempt, for the St. Louis Democrat reports that he is now advocating the election of Speaker Blaine to the presidency in 1876. It is said that Jay Gould is suffering of heart disease. There may be those who doubt his possession of that organ; but if true, he should,like his associates, brother Daniel Drew and Commodore Yandeshilt, hasten to estab lish and endow a denominational college. How strange it would sound—the “Jay Gould Theological Scmiuary.” The people of an Interior town, w ishing to avail themselves of the provisions of the free h'gh school bill, and being indoubt as to the true meaning of the law, consulted, one after the other, the Superintendent of Common Schools, the Attorney General, several “able legislators, ten legal experts, a spiritual medi um, a Judge of the Supreme Court and a clairvoyant. Each gave an opinion different from all the rest, and at latest accounts insan ity and suicide are alarmingly on the increase in the rural districts. ' The condition of the Russian peasantry and operatives m the factories of that nation Is deplorable, and is getting worse instead of better. More than sixty per cent, of the operatives suffer from maladies caused by the neglect of sanitary precautions in their dwel lings and general mode of living It is furth er said that fifty-seven per cent, of the chil dren die before they are five years of age and ! that the average length of life is not over twenty years. The condil ion of the agricul tural classes is worse and has not been im proved since the nominal abolition of serf dom. They live In huts, covered with sheep skins, and eat with and live like brutes. Emancipation has not resulted in their ad • vantage, because the government has taken no treasures to educate them or raise them from degredaiion. Have the Maine Central officer's entered Into any contract with “Prof. John Haynes,” “Slim-Jim” and their countryficd looking confederate whereby the smoking cars on their regular trains are converted into saloons in which these blacklegs may victimize un wary passengeis ? If so, it is hardly fair to 4-l.n 1_1!_it_ il_t •_ -iMWIIMh, lUVUl ouiviwug cars?” Why not be manly about it and have them re-lettered: Prof. Haynes’ Three Card Monte Saloons ? We are credibly informed that this disreputable game was allowed to proceed on Tuesday’s train from Bangor, openly and continuously. The parties en gaged in the business were “Prof. John Haynes” and “Slim Jim.” They had in ad dition a fellow to act as decoy who outward ly bore the appea'rance of being from the “rural deestricts” on his fust visit to town. We regret the necessity of being compelled to notice these outrageous proceedings again. The conductors bn the Maine Central would make short work of this business were they directed so to do by those above them. We hope they will see that a stop is put to this sort of thing and help to send the blacklegs to jail. _ Auoi-sta mourns the premature snuffing out of a prospective shoe factory. It happen ed thus. Waverly Hall—a building that for many years, under various names, has been nsed for various purposes, and not so remark able as a “thing of beauty” that it should be preserved simply on the ground of being a “joy forever”—was about to be transformed into a shoe factory. How there is nothing objectionable in shoe factories per se; indeed, more people would be unhappy without these industrial institutions, than now suffer the pangs inflicted by ill-fitting and diminutive pedal adornments, but sundry gentlemen liv ing on Wintbrop street near Waverly Hall, think otherwise. So when Mr. Staples, the practical owner, asked the city fathers 'for power to put a steam engine into the build ing with a view of making it a shoe factory, these parties were thrown into consternation. They had visions of dctatchments of Waver ly Hall flying through the air aDd lighting in their gardens. They dolorously predicted that life would be a burden when shoes came to he made by steam in Waverly Hall, and that death by any other means than by the fragments of Waverly intruding upon their privacy,would be joyously welcomed. Besides, there was a whisper of the annoyance of burning leather, smoke, unfashionably dress ed workmen and “things.” But Staples in sisted and secured the right to an >oy the good people with the steam engine aud its concom itants. Argument failed, entreaty was vain; so now these persecuted people, bankers,mer chants, manufacturers, lawyers, all, make up a little pool of $5000, for which Mr. Staples concludes to sell them the lot and remove Waverly to less fashionable quarters. And now the State Capitol iu ordinary mourns an opportunity forever lost. New York letter. The City charter—A disagreement—He ro rm In IVcw Yorii—tlauT men of many artnrts t(Olnrplij'-phobiit—The President and Hr. Cnrtis—A sample of practical Vacation* pm to candidates—Wall street. rsEw York, April, 12 lolo. At last, the two houses cl' our State Legis lature have passed a charter for the city of cw ork. But unfortunately the charter adopted by the Senate is so unlike that sent 0 ^ ° "3r'mljly, that the work ofrccon n ing d.aercnces threatens to occupy the whole of next week, with doubtful chances of (Tuccess even then. The two cardinal points of disagreement' are in reference to the appointing powor ’ the retention of certain heads of Depart ments. The Assembly proposed to give the power in question to the Board of Aldermen euhject to the approval of the Mayor. The Senate reserved to itself the selection of Con troller, Counsel to the Corporation, Commis sioner of Public Works, President of the Park Commission anil President of the Board of Police—the five highest offices crea ted by the charter—and gave the Mayor the privilege of naming the others, by and with the advice and consent of the Board of Al dermen. These conflicting views can only be reconciled by a compromise. A proposition was made early in the week by several lead ing Republicans to dispose of the whole mat ter by delegating the appointing power to the Mayor, subject to the concurrence *^e President of the Board of Aldermen. . lerations which com wero a great many emu** In tho first mended this alternative to i hail place it was a new xhe adoption provoked no adverse cntlcMm ^ bands of it might involve conCM ^ faction, but could give triumph to n > In the next place it was e^ely ^ ^ Mayor and the President of the dermen are both gentlemen 0 r bi(rbl universally respected, anJ ° “ obity and'in standing in the community P • .. telligence to risk popular erit.c.smby makm bad appointments. Besides it iS«uchlessd^n gerousto give a contingent hold upon pat™ age to one well-known^ ^ mcll, share his responsibility, than c wbo many of them fh“ odinin of con might divide between nominees upon senting to s e project is in reality the JSJSonaWe than any of the otli Z unices we except that of giving the pow er exclusivelytIie Mayor, a thing it is ab J d to talk about, because there isn’t a Re publican in the Legislature who would go for it. But reform in New York after it has con yuered its open enemies is sure to be hinder- ! ed and badgered by its professed friends. In the committee of seventy, the new scheme of dual executive power was presented by the ablest adviser on charter matters there ;= the committee and was heartily sustained by another member scarcely second to him in practical sense and familiar with local affairs; but it was voted down, every negative vote proceeding from a Democrat, a coincidence which goes a great way to en courage the growing impression that politics are finding their way iuto the councils of this non partisan body. Weil, shortly after this, the subject was in troduced at the monthly meeting of the Un ion League Club. It was freely debated, and there were indications that the plan would be endorsed by a decisive majority, when, after every body had become exhausted by the dis cussion, Park Godwin sprung a substitute, which was so much more denunciatory of the action of the Senate in retaining certain heads of Departments, that the meeting for got for the moment that it left the vital point at issue precisely where it was before, and adopted the substitute with a hurrah. Where upon a motion was quickly made to adjourn and the whole proceedings ended in-noth ■ ing. So true is it as some old philosopher has said, ‘Tf every Athenian were a Socrates an assemblage »f Athenians would still he a mob.” What between the Tammany Hall demo crats who want a thoroughly anti Republican Charter; the Apollo Hall democrats who want their especial Representatives in the common council to have a voice in the confirming power because it is an element of political traffic; the regular Republicans who believe that with the control of the city they can give the people such an admirable local ad ministration as will ensure their continuance in power for a long time to come; and the genuine Reformers who care very little for party but very much for the general good— who want economy, cleanliness, order—an attractive city to wich visitors may come with a sense of security against thieves, bruisers and murderers; and in which men may live without being utterly consumed by onerous taxation and exorbitant assessments; between. these divergent interests and motives, it is very difficult to fix a basis of agreement on whicli an organic law shall be framed to the satisfaction of all. I make no account of the guerillas who want no charter. These arc the incumbents of offices under the instru* mctit devised by Tweed, Hall, Sweeny and Connelly to give them a perpetual base of Manhattan Island. They are powerful in numbers and rich in the unchallenged plun der they acquired before their masters were expelled. But being naturally odious they mostly burrow in secret and execute their plans by indirection. They have exactly the measure of power which is derivable from the possession of patronage, no more and no less. How much that will prove to be we shall Know within the next seven days, The fmperative necessity for enacting a chatter is the strongest reason for hope that one will be agreed upon. The Republicans of the State ot New York would never for give a member ol the Legislature who by any act of omission or commission helped to throw away the golden opportunity to render this great service to the party, to the city and to the State. Any charter is better than none, and in the midst of such conflicting views as the wide spread discussion of the subject has elicited, almost any plan which shall fi nally be adopted, w ill meet with general ac quiesencc. Most unquestionably this will be so if the immediate result should prove to be the bestowal of power upon a higher class of men and the infusion of greater vitality into all the departments of municipal government. Mr. Greeley's successor is subject to chronic and violent attacks of a malignant disease which I cannot better describe than by calling it Murphy-pliobia. It breaks out every little while in various sizes of type, and several columns of aggravated bile. It is the old, old story, and its frequent re-appearance suggests the inference that it is kept standing in the composing room, ready for use at a moment’s notice. I dare say there are great numbers of people at a distance from New York, who read these wretched fabrications of an irate bohemian with an idea that they contain at least some grains of truth. I confess it is hard to com prehend how a man of education and having some outward semblances of a gentleman, could fall so low as to pile up day by day pyramids of abuse of an honest, unoffending private citizen against whom he had no greater cause of hostility than that he refused him a seat in a State Convention in conse quence of his not being a regular delegate thereto. * And yet it is so. Nobody knows better than this wicked caluminalor that every count and specification in bis long indict ment against Mr. Murphy is without the smallest shadow of a shade of foundation in fact. He is perfectly aware that Mr. Mur phy’s dealings with tha government were honorable anil patriotic—that he is a man en- j tirely above reproach, a frank, hearty, ingen- | uous. whole-souled nentleman. verv mnpti i teemed by everybody who knows him, and ! with an open purse and generous sympathy i for every charity. But it suit" his purpose to make war upon Km, and he does it with ! ail the ferocity of a Malay and the treachery : of the captain of the Modocs. Heaven save i us from such “journalism” as this! If the ■ coni'try is to derive its opinion of New York- j ers from these poisoned sources, there will be as wide a divergence between character and reputation as there is between truth and the Tribune. The resignation from the Civil Service commission of Mr. George William Curtis lias furnished occasion for a fresh considera tion of the practicability of Civil Service Re form. Mr. Curtis may be said to he the orig inator of that plan for infusing vitality and the chances ol promotion into the various corps of government officials to which the rules were made applicable. The fact that Mr. Curtis had relinquished j his post was seized upon by the editors, who j have made it a habit for years to carp at the ! President, to insinuate the idea that there j had been a disagreement between Gen. Grant and Mr. Curtis. The latter has set [he matter right by giving to the public his el ter of resignation. Between two such men is George William Curtis and U. S. Grant, [here is a natural law of attraction. They iave much in common. Mr. Curtis is one of die few men of the country in whose honor, uirity and patriotism everybody has implicit faith. Of course such a man would naturally be captivated by the straight forward honesty, sincerity and manliness of the soldier Presi dent, and the latter was equally certain to form an abiding friendship for the gifted scholar and accomplished citizen,in whom he ^covered no aims of self seeking, but who «,^i5e^y to dev°te himself zealously to the IM.°;Sr"otinSthe public welfare, of the causM°™m Tlli,e to enter int0 a history chinery ofthe CommCC“i0nally SOt th° raa' the President someu^‘0n-0Ut 01 ^ If Mr. Curtis did ’£u?rted the rules, wrong. They acted in' iff® Part? did The civil service regulations are faltl!" hcred to in the New York customSH!Ct y a> " far as relates to minor aPPoi,itment8°aUca.“ and no man is appointed who does not iw . creditable examination. pass a Apropos to this subject, the story is told of a lady who was a candidate for a clerkship in the Treasury Department in Washington. She appeared before the Board of Inquisitors and they asked these questions: 1. What two great rivers enter into the Cas pian sea? “■ What is the isothermal line of the State of New York? 3. When may the writ of habeas corpus be suspended? Site broke down on all hut the first of the interrogatories, and lost the place. Thinking she would fortify herself against a subsequent mishap of like kind she inquired of a disting uished Senator, who is now serving his third term in that branch of Congress, when the writ of habeas corpus' could be suspended. “Madame” replied he uthat is a thing the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court himself doesn t knowf” Wall street has been borrowing money a’l through the week at rates varying from ‘7 to 275 per cent, per annum,all for the purpos’ of keeping up the prices of stocks which are ev er so much too high and ought to foil Fran tic appeals are being made to the Secretary of ine Treasury to expand the currency and‘ re lieve the gamesters, but he could not inflict a more grievous injury upon legitimate indus b>' heeding this cry ol distress. Bet ter let things take their course. Tile law of gravitation is the best and most uncliangable statute for such cases, and always works out good results in tlic end, Yarmouth. Evans’ Repeating Rifle.—The Legisla ture last winter chartered a stock compauy, with a capital of §200,000 to manufacture Evans’ repeating rifles in this State. Dr. Ev ans; the inventor of the rifle, writes that the company are thinking of establishing their works in Portland. We copy the following de scription of the piece from the Lynn Transcript: In these days, when all nations are striving for a new' firearm which will do the greatest execution in the shortest space of time, a great many are brought before the public; but we venture to say that one of the most destructive weapons ever produced has lately been invent ed by Dr. W. It. Evans of this city, (formerly of Thomaston, Me.) It has met with the com mendation of a great many o the best military the best magazine gun in the world. This riflo can be fired thirty-eight times in nineteen sec onds, from tlie magazine,and twenty-four times a minute retaining the magazine—or, in other words, the magazine, which has a capacity of thirty-eight charges, once filled, can be kept so ior use in a great emergency, while at the same time charges can be placed in singly and fired at the rate of twenty-four a minute. As a sin gle breech loader it can be discharged from twenty-five to thirty times a minute. It is strong and well proportioned in all its parts, its calibre is forty-four ono hundreths, and its weight but eight and three-fourths pounds. The Scene of the Massacre.—The “lava beds” in which Capt Jack and bis fellow mis creants are lurking, are situated in the county of Siskiyou,the northwestern county of Califor nia. They are a little way south of Rhelt and Wright lakes, which just touch the line sepa rating California and Oregon. The surface of Siskiyou county is mouutainous, Mount Shasta standing in the southwestern part of it. The county contains about seven thousand square miles. The “lava beds” are not lava beds at all. The prevailing rock in that part of the country is trap, the particular place where the Modocs are situated being covered 'with columns and irregularly formed masses of basalt, a rock of volcanic origiu, the fiuest specimens of which exist at the Giant’s Causeway and at Fingal’s Cave. The preciso limits of this natural forti fication are not given in the books. It is well adapted to tlie Indian style of warfare, ami since it can be defended with comparative safe ty the Modoc3 may make a vigorous defence. Postage.—The Postoflice Gazette for April calls the attention of publishers to the neces sity of arranging their business to conform to the new postal regulations concerning the non trausmission of free mail matter after Juno 30th. Newspapers and periodicals now sent free will bo charged as follows: Not exceeding four ounces, weekly, 5 cents; semi-weekly, 10 cents; tri-weekly, 15 cents: six times a week,30 cents; daily, 35 cents. Exceeding four and not exceeding eight ounces, weekly, 10 cents; semi weekly, 20 cents; tri-weeklv, 30 cents; six times a week, GO cents; daily, TO cents Ex ceeding eight and not exceeding twelve ounces, weekly, 15 cents; semi-weekly 31 cents; tri weekly 45 cents; six tithes a week 00 cents; daily, S1.05. Exceeding twelve and not ex ceeding sixteen ounces, weekly, 20 cents, semi weekly, 40 cents, GO cents; six times a week, SI 20; daily, SI. 40. Appointment of a Maine Man.—Governor Kellogg of Louisiana, has appointed Chas. W. Boothby, a native of Saco, Superintendent of Education for the city of New Orleaus. The New Orleans Republican in speaking of the ap pointment says: Captain Boothby is a native of Maine, and had the best advantages for an education that New England affords. He had several years experience us a teacher, and laid down the fe rule when he took up the musket in 18G1. He has been for the past two years a most efficient member of the city school board, and served as chairman of the committee on teachers. News and Other Items. A St. Paul (Min. 1 man sneezed his snine out of joint. A lady in AVebstor was made insane by the recent revival meetings there. Mrs Scott of Omaha, asks her three hus bands through a newspaper advertisement to meet her at a certain hotel, there to settle their conflicting claims. On a train from Paris to Versailles recently the placard “For ladies,” indicating a reserved compartment for the fair sex, was accidentally changed to “Unclaimed baggage.” Boston wants to be the third city in the Un ion right off. So it is proposed to annex all the towns and cities within a circle of ten miles, which will give her a population of half a mil lion. The Knoxville Chronicle sa\s Senator Brown low is enjoying better health tlian he has at anv time for six years; that he sleeps better and eats more, and that his voice is stronger than usual. A very particular Missouri girl lately singed her intended's whiskers to make them match her dress, and she is in despair now because the singeing process went a little too far, and the ceremony will have to be postponed. A Western preacher discoursed from the text, “How old art thou?” and tho next day about cue-third of the women of the congrega tion called round to tell him it was none of his business. A Chicago drug clerk, who has already laid out several citizens cold and stiff by his pre scriptions, was heard to remark the other morn ing that he believed he must light the gas hereafter when filling night prescriptions, as ho could not go by the sense of smell so well as be could before he had the catarrh. Brevet Major General Jefferson C. Davis, now Colonel of the 23d Infantry, who has been assigned to the command of the Department of the Columbia, in place of the murdered Gen. Canby, is a native of Indiana. He entered West Point in 1844, and served gallantly during the war. While stalioued at Louisville he re ceived a personal insult from Gen. Nelson, a naval officer who was serving as General of volunteers, and shot him dead. STATE NEWS. ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY. The Journal says that the April term of the Supreme Judicial Court for Andrpscoggin coun ty began Tuesday, Judge Walton presiding. The civil docket shows 253 entries, and the criminal 25. The mmsellers of Auburn find their occupa tion greatly impeded by tho police of that city. CUMBERLAND COUNTY. [Naples Carrespondencc.] \vr...,i-•»_ i • _ * ..-- wuiuiv uuuu luauiiig uauo iui tlie new corn factory, and the company, through their agent, are contracting for corn to be plant ed. The only means of public conveyance is fur nished by the Eastern Express Company. Thn steamboat company are building a new boat. f.NS-.WS that a new stage line is to ho cs i™'i*S|lie<1' Travellers have now to reach Port land by way of Oxford, making the distance 40 miles instead of 28, by the old mute. HANCOCK COUNTY. The Grand Jury of the Supreme Judicial Court now in session at Ellsworth have report ed seventy-eight yidictments against dealers in intoxicating liquors. a cra 111 KENNEBEC COUNT*. The Journal says that a child of B Kinib-.H of Augusta, was taken violently ill 0f scarlet fever. lor two or three days its life hung in the balance. Dr. Orooker, tlie attendin'- physi cian, remained almost constantly at the child's bedside, and now the grateful parent sends Dr C. a $1000 fee. A correspondent of the Advertiser says that there is no probability of Prof. Hamlen accept ing the Bowdoin professorship. OXFORD COUNTY. In some parts of Oxford county poultry rais ing is becoming a considerable business. A correspondent of the Democrat in Mason makes out a fall of 15 feet as the snow crop this season, A reunion of the students of the Oxford Nor mal Institute will take place May 9th. Mr Swasey’s connection with the school closes the present term. The citizens of West Paris arc taking meas ures to establish an extensive steam mill there. PENOBSCOT COUNTY. Dr. Jordan of Bangor, kuown to the newspa pers as Faust, and a prominent Democrat, is to deliver a temperance poem in Bangor. Bangor is to have an artillery company and have a section of the Lewiston battery. The Bangor physicians are puzzled to know whether or not the Haverly child has the small pox. W. H. Beath, a Bangor blacksmith, was' so severely burned by turning some hot Babbitt metal into a hole containing water, which caus ed it to fly back into liis face, as to destroy the ight of both eyes. YOBK COUNTY. John Chadboumeof North Berwick 1,»n<r himself with a bed cord in liis house on Sunda? afternoon. He was found in a few minutes but & aSf left'a famfly? “ The Biddcford Times says that a petition is CtEVF&fiP askinS the Governor to pardon Charles Wilkinson, who was sentenced to im ESS-Jffito11 ? at the term of court heldTn covered bddke? “UrJcrg£ Spcar noartho The Times reports that Fred Howell of Saco, made a nretence at committing suicide, caused uy jealousy of a married woman with whom he bad been spending his time and money of late. IN GENERAL. Mr. Frank W, Hilton, an Augusta boy, and \s no has for the past five years been connected with the Pullman Palace Car Co., lias resigned bis position to assume cbaige of the “Oceanic,” a large and commodious hotel at the Isle of Shoals, off Portsmouth Harbor. Lethargic Influences of the Season. Languor, lassitude, an indisposition to engage in any actual employment, mental dullness an l melau choly arc evils which materially detract from human enjoyment, and they are experienced in a greater or less degree, according to the temperament and constitutional tendencies of the individual by a large proportion of tho community in spring. To rouse the physical and mental powers from this sluggish condition a tonic and corrective is imperatively inquir ed, and Hostetler’s Stomach Bitters is the only med icinal preparation in existence rhat is thoroughly adapted to tho work. The first dose produces a gen ial glow throughout the system which is an earnest of permanent relief. As time wears on and the tonic -auu ugituauiu vegetable remedy takes full effect, every trace of de bility, nervousness and hypochondr ia vanishes, and mind and body become alike alert and vigorous. SPECIAL NOTICES. A Card. Tlio Female Orphan Asylum gratefully acknowl edges the very handsome aDd acceptable donation from the Portland Water Company, of the free use of It water. aprl6snlt CHOICE NEW BUTTER JUST RECEIVED AT AARON R, ALDRICH A CO., Aew York and Vermont Batter, new make 103 COMMERCIAL ST. _apl5_____ snlw FOB PIMPLES ON THE FACE^ Blackhead and Fleshworm, use PERRY’S improv ed Comedoue and Pimple Remedy, the great skin medicine. Prepared only by Dr. B. C* PERRY Dermatologist, 49 Bond St., N. Y. Sold by Druggists everywhere. mar22sn6m MAINE CENTRAL R. R. On TIIURSDAY April 17th, (Fastday,) there will bo no freight trains run on the M. C. R. R., and no freight, received or delivored on that day. To L. LINCOLN, aprl5dsntd_ Acting Supt. BONDS! BONDS of western cities and counties, 10 nor cent interest and principal payable in the east. Private property as well as public reached. Debts very small in proportion to property and therefore easily paid. Careful investors are invited to call and examine the Bonus. L iws and Decisions of the courts upon such securities and will find them very safe. Tnere is nothing better. CHARLES M. HAWKE9, febCantf 28 Exchange st., Portland. For Sale. VALUABLE SAND PIT—5 acres of land iu Gor ham, Maine, adjoining the track of the Portland and Rochester R. B. Bank 20 loet high, sand very fine, needing no screening. Also ONE DOUBLE STORY AND A HALF HOUSE on leased land rear of 90 Clark street. Apply to T. B. REED, aplSsnlw_ 91 Middle street. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DTE. This splendid Hair Dye is the be»t in the world, The only True and Perfect Dye. Harmless Reliablo aud Instantaneous; no disappointment; 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. atchelor. Sold by all Druggists. CHAS. BATCHELOR, Prop., A. Y. Id&w lvrs s BANK OF PORTLAND. On, and after this date, the uti Jersigned 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” ami as such, will receive Deposits Banking Busiuess. TT. N. GOOLD. Portland, June 24th, 1872. juu23aewlt then sn tf Wanted. ! An active intelligent man with ability for the busi ness, wanted to tako an agency for Portland an<£ vicinity, of one of the most popular Life Insurance Conpanies in this country. For information, address P. 0. Box 730._ apr3sn3w House for Sale. AT GORHAM, ME., a large handsome two story house, rooms of both stories of good size and height on a fine lot having rods front on South St., a short distance from Church, Post-offico and Depot. The Choice Situation in Gorham; besides numerous and flue shade trees, flower beds and hedges, there are nearly a hundred fruit trees, apple, crab-apple, pear, peach and cherry, ten grape vines, and a good garden containing many currant bushes, gooseberry bushes, strawberry and asparagus beds line pieplant, «S;c. There are about 33 acres of land, affording pasturage and many choice house lots. Inquire of JOHN \V. PERKINS. Portland, or Rev. Geo. A. Perkins, on the premises. inarl2sntf If you want a nice photograph or Tin Type, go to A. M. McKenny’s, 161 Middle Street, lie warrants them as good as can be made in Port land. aug5sncodtf ON THE BREAKFAST, LUNCHEON, DINNER AND SUPPER TABLE, LEA A' PERRINS’ Worcestershire Stance IS INDISPENSABLE. JOHN DUNCAN’S SONS, New York, Agents for the United States. octJff eodsnly CONSUMPTION CAM BE CURED SCHISNCK’S PULMONIC SYRUP, MCnENCK’S SEAWEED TONIC, SCIIENCK’S MANDRAKE PILLS, Are the only medicines that will cure Pulmonary consumption. J Sometimes medicines that will stop a cough will of ten occasion the death of the patient. It locks up the i liver, stops the circulation of the blood, hemorrhage follows, and, in fact, clogging the action of the very organs .that caused the cough. Liver complaint and dyspepsia arc the causes of two-tliiids of the cases of consumption. Many are now complaining with dull pain in the side, the'bow els sometimes costive and sometimes to > loose, tongue coated, pain in the shoulder blade, feeling someiimes 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 lrom a disordered condition of the stomach or a torpid liver. Persons so affected, if they lake one or two heavy colds, and if the congh 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, tho lungs are a mass of sores, and ulcerated, and death is the inevitable result. Schenck’s Pulmonic Syrup Is an expectorant, which does not contain any opium, nor anything calculated to check a cough suddenly. Scheuck’s Seaweed tonic'diss v the food, mixes with the gastric juice of the sto ach, digests easilv, nourishes the system, and creat a healthy circula tion of the blood. When the els are costive, skin shallow, and the patient is a billious habit, kchenck’s Mandrake Pills are required. These medicines are prepaired bv Dr. J. n. ^\jNcntheast corner of Sixth and AFH Penn., and ior sale by ™ & 33 Hanover street, Bos r»F" iie?ry’ 8 CoHogoplace, New York. For sale by Druggist a generally. sept3snoodt f Arerill Chemical Paint Co.. Manufacturers of * PUREST WHITE ! AND Any Desired Shade or Color, Prepared for Immediate Application. SOLD By The FrAT.T.OX ®NLY DURABLE, BEAUTIFUL, ECONOMICAL. D. M. YEOMANS, Genoral Eastern Agent, 83 Commercial St. Portland. Be28-codtf bo A BOOK FOR EVEB1 MAIV. THE “SCIENCE OF LIFE, OR SELF PRES ERVATION,” a Medical Treatise on tuc Cause and Cure of Exhausted Vitality, Premature Decline in Man, and Nervous and Physical Debility, Hypochon dria, Impotency. Spermatorrhoea or Seminal Weak ness, and other diseases arising from the errors of youth or the indiscretions or excesses of mature years. This is indeed a book l'or every man. Thou sands nave been taught by this work the true way to happiness. It is tho cheapest and best medical work ever published, and the onlv one on this class ot ills worth reading. 190th edition revis ed, much enlarged, illustrated, hound In beautiful French cloth. Price only $1. Sent by mMI no“t fcAL°lNSTITDTl?rN'n' MSS? kfiS Mass., ,,r L)n\v Sr’ F?aritrii fi!chi strcet- Boston, K T! ’ ”• 1 AUKER, Assistant Phvsirinn CONSTANT TALK. ~ Some men who are engaged lu trade Who know how goods to sell, ’ Have fortunes in their business made 1 hey ve talked so much and well • ’ They’ve made their customers belio’ve The place to trade was there; And if they “bargains” would receive ' should not trade elsewhere ’ This “constant talk” of George . Of “Suiting” Bovs from S m/ec< S’ Brings multitudes to him for “Clothp's » aprl5°rn°r °t BeMh an,i 'Vas^n8ton street. ------- BUdrtt PORTLAND & OGDENSBURGR^ITco' SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFIEE, 1 Portland, Apr. 12th, 1873. / On and aftor WEDNESDAY, April 16 tb, all Pas senger trains over tho Portland & Ogdensburg Rail road, will run to and from tho Boston & Maine Pas senger Station In Portland. aprl4sndlw JONAS HAMILTON. Supi. SPECIAL NOTICES. FIRST IN TH^field r MAINE STATE HOSPITAL FAIR. In addition to my donation to the altovo institution I propose to sell A T C O S 'X . (without including freight,) any Dry or Fancy Goods to be used for that object. Any person who intends making garments er fancy articles for the Fair, can purchase them at my store, 81 Middle Street, AT FIRST COST! and have them sent home. Please meution when you come that you want I he goods for the Fair, and no porfit will be asked. A. Q. LEACH 81 Midddle Street. aprS ed3w “for moth patches, freckles Ami TAN, use PERRY’S Moth aud Freckle Lotion. It is RELIABLE and harmless. Sold by Druggists everywhere. Depot, 49 Bond St., N. Y, mar22sn6m To Iiet% THE commodious four storied Brick Store, No. 57 j Commercial St.—immediate posession given. Inquire of ELIAS THOMAS & CO., No. 90 Commercial St. Or of W. W. THOMAS, Canal National Bank. septl2sntf WONDERFUL CURES! DR. ITBANN, OF BOSTON, Who has made so many Wonderful Cures all over the New England States, is at the PREBLE HOUSE, And will Remain a Few Weeks. Every invalid shoa’d seo matter what their complaint may be, 20,000 Patients have been Treated by him within the last ten years, with Wonderful Success. Read the following Wonderful Cares in Maine : Dr. Urann, who has marie so mang wondorful cures in this town and others, will remain in town but a short t ime longer. He has had good success. The case of Mr. J. B. Redman, Attorney at Law in this town, is truly a wonderful one, when Dr. Urann was calloa to see him a week ago Friday, he was not able to turn himself in bed; ho is now able to walk the street and is daily gaining strength.—[Ellsworth American. The above statement, so far as I am concerned, is but the simple truth, and I cheerfully endorse it as an act of justice to 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. REDMAN. Ellsworth, Jau. 7, 1873. This will certify that I was troubled with Sciatic Rheumatism and suffered great pain, was unable to sleep without taking morphine, could not walk. I was carried to Dr. Urann’s offlcc, 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, I860. _ ... Lewiston, May 7, 1869. 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 incura ble. He aring of Dr. Urann’s Wonderful Cures, I sent for him. In less than a week wai able to walk in the streets, and can now walk two miles daily. JAMES F. BRADBURY. Ellsworth. Oct. 8, 1867. To the Machias Republican.—Gents:—As Dr, Urann,' of Boston, is about visiting your place, and a stranger in these parts, I know very well, like most physicians traveling, he will be looked upon with sus picion, particularly as his cures look miraculous. I nad been obliged to walk on crutches for one year, and for nine months wa* not able to put my foot to the floor. My spine and arm were also so lame as to nearly disable me. I could not dress or undress my self, or get oft the bed without help. He treated my case last Friday morning, and in less than an hour after I was able to walk home, a distance of nearly half a mile, up hill, without crutches, and have been gaining ever since. J. R. JORDAN. mcli26sntf formerly Deputy Sheriff. MARRIED. In this city, April 2, N. P. Richards and Susan H. Gurney. In this citv, April 14, by Rev. A. K. P. Small, L. H. Dakin of Gorham and Mary M. Webber of Port land. In this oity, April 14, by Rev. Dr. Carruthers, Al bert L. Merry and Miss Alico J. Stanley, both of Portland. In this city, April 15, by Rev. Dr. Carruthers. Win. A. Skillings of North Yarmouth and Miss Hattie E. Seaburv of Yarmouth. In this city, April 14, by Rev. M. H. Williams. Den nis Sullivan of East Kingston, N. H.t and Abbie L. Morse of Portland. In Bpothbay, March 29, Capt. Sanford Greenleaf ■and Miss Susan E. McKown, both of Boothbay. In Windham, Match 14, by T. S. Chase, Esq., Alv. Moses of Standish and Miss Alico Manchester of Windham. DIED. In tbis city. April 15, Mrs. Betsey M. Ryan, aged 66 years. [Wiscasset Oracle pleasee copy.] [Funeral services Thursday forenoon at 10 o’clock. Burial at the convenience of the family. In Cape Elizabeth, April 14. Eva Bell, inlant daugh ter of Sarah and James W. Jordan, aged 7 months. In Edgecomb, March 23, Mrs. John Haggett, aged 45 years. In Bristol, April 4, Mrs. Mary Hanley, aged 77 yrs. In Bristol. March 29, Mrs. Frances Carpenter, aged 27 years. Iu Machias, April 8, Malinda G., wife of Rev. T. T. Merry and daughter ot the lato Nathan Church of Naples. In KennebnnKport, April 9, Mr Simon N. Perkins, aged 68 years. In Kennebunkport, Jan. 9, Mrs. Mary, relict of the late Daniel Perkins, aged 92 years. In Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 20, 1872, W- Frank Tomison, aged 21 years 2 months,—eldest son of Wal ter J. and Elizabeth E.Tomison. of Newfleld, Me. S3T* The funeral services of the late Edward A. Emery will take place on Thursday afternoon, at 2$ o’clock, at the residenco of his father, No. 1 Gray street. miniature Aimamte....April 10. Sunrises.5.17 I Moon rises.10.C0PY. Sun sets.6.43 | High water .1.45 PM MARINE NEWS. PORT OF PORTLAND. Tuesday, April 15. ARRIVED. Steamer New York, Winchester, St John, NB, via Eastport for Boston. Steamer New Brunswick, Pike, Boston for Eastport and St John. NB. Sch Mary Joseph, (Br) Rudloft, Halifax—72 tons coal to A D Whidden. Sch Catharine, Pomroy, Portsmouth. Sch A B Weeks, (new, 415 tens) Farr, of and from Bath, to load for Cuba. Sch Josephine Swan ton, McKown, Southport. Sch Annie Sargent, Greenleaf, Booth bay. Sch Oregon, Dunton, Boothbay. Sch Medora, Farnham, Westport. Schs Ellen H Gott. Piper, and Forest Qncen, Daily, Camden lor New York. CLEARED. Steemcr Chase, Bennett. Halifax, NS—John Port eous. Steamer Dirigo, Johnson, New York-Henry Fox. Brig Joseph Clark, Stahl, Havana—A L Hobson. Sch Dexalo, Lord, Duxbnry—Chas Sawyer. SAILED—Barques J S "Winslow, Clara, Panola; brigs Antilles, Merrfwa, Giles Lorlng; schs Harriet Fuller, Idaho, and others. Sch new shooncr A B Weeks, which was towed to this i>ort yesterday by steamer Express, is a doublo deck three-masteu vessel of 445 tons, built by A Rob inson of Bath, and is owned by Capt Farr, (recently ot schr T S McLellan) C L Jack, John Conley & Son, and Jordan & Blake, of Portland, and parties in Bath. She Is to load here for Cuba. tyThe Custom House will not be open for busi ness transactins on Thursday. April 17, (Fast-day.) Tfrom ora correspondent.] KENNEBUNKPORT—Cld 14tli, barqueutiue Mat thew Baird, (new, 355 tons) of and. for Philadelphia, to load locomotives for Russia. Launched 14th, by David Clark, a three-masted centre-board schr of about 250 tons, named Wyoming, built for John S Emery & Co of Boston. Mr Clark Is UUUUllI^ IflU UlUU BVUUU11CIP. BOOTHBAY, April 6—Ar, ech Delia Hinds, Wells. Calais for Providence. April 8—Ar, sch Franklin, Coates, Calais for Bos ton. April 9—Ar, sch Lone Slar, Thompson, Lamoine for Boston. April 10-Ar, sch C S Dvor, Foss, from Hancock for Boston. i April 11—Ar, schs Humboldt, Pierce, and Oregon, Punton, Portland. [FROM MERCHANTS’ EXCHANGE.1 Ar at Havana 8th inst, sch A M Chadwick, Coan, Portland. Sid 5th, brig Martha A Berry, Berry, for Portland; MCMariner, Durgln, Sagua; 8th, Ysidora Rionda, Plummer, North or Hatteras. Ar at Matanzas 5th, brig Wenonah. from Portland; sch E F Hart, do; 7th, barque N M Haven, Hall, New York. Sid 7th, brig Minna Trauh, for North of Hatteras; schs Hattie Ross, Uirick, Boston; Oth, C W Elwell. Giles, Portland; E F Hart, for Havana. Sid fin Cardenas 5th Inst, brig Torrent, Tibbetts, for North ot Hatteras. Brig Ettn M Tucker, of Portland, Is loading loco motives at Philadelphia for Rio Janeiro. dohestic ports. GALVESTON— Cld 7th, sch Veto, Henderson, Horn Boston. „ . ,, NEW ORLEANS—Cld Oth, ship Northampton, Mc Loon, Liverpool. . „ „ , _ Cld 11th, ships Mayflower, Call, Havre; J Patten, Wvman. do. . , _ _ _ . jACKSONVILLE-Ar 9th. schs J 0 Drew, Carter, and Maryland. Turner, Boston. Cld 7th, schs J A Crooker, Currier, for Boston; Oth, Flora Condon, Condon, Providence. DARIEN—Cld 3d, sch Almon Bird, Drinkwater, B SAVANNAH—Ar 13th, sch Effle J Simmons, Sim mons, Bath; Charter Oak, Poole, Wiscasset; Addle Bryant, Anna Jones, and Lizzie Carr, from Rockport. CHARLESTON-Sid 11th, sch J W Fish. Seavey, B WILMINGTON-Ar 11th, sch Tim Fiold, Leland, Boston. . , RICHMOND—Ar 11th, sch Alpha, Saulsbury, from Portland. BALTIMORK-Ar 12tli, sch M M Knowles, Small, ^:l(JM 12th. sells Howard, Wooster, West Indies, (and salcld); Jas Ford, Huntley, St Thomas, (and sailed.) PHILADELPHIA—Ar 12th inst, sells J C Libby, Fletcher, Mavaguez; May Munroe, Hull, Matanzas; K & S Corson, Wlllets, Portland. Cld 12th, schs Carrie Bonnell, Pinkbam. Baracoa; Clara Smith. Keene, do; Beta. Brown, Matanzas; Wm H Mailer, Crowley, St John. NB; M S Lewis, Lewis, Bath. Ar 14th, sch M J Ward, Foster, Matanzas. Below 14tb, brig Geo Burnham, Staples, from Car denas ; sch Abbie, Endevgn, from do for orders. At Delaware Breakwater 12th lust, sch John Bird, | Sleeper, from Sagua, for orders. Went to sea 14th, brigs Keystone, for Matanzaa; Annie M Knight for do. __„ . _ . NEW YORK-Ar 13th. scbs Veto, Watts, fra Rock land; Florenee Mayo. Hall, do; Send, Allen, Pem broke; Walter Irving, Thorndike. Thomaston; L M Strout, Veazie, Vinalhaven; Jos G Stover.; May Day, Adams, do; Walter Irving. ThorndiKe, Thomaston; Franconia, Adams, New Haven: Gov HPSl I*#1®8’ Providence ; Ximena, Lord, do; i^bp?.-Leyd.,Jo: B*11® Brown, Naah, Rockland; Jennie Paine, Stevens, Boston. n™. barq„Vc, Harvester, Carver, Colombo; E F Smu1™*11* Nichols, Havana; H D Stover, fierce, nah -hrivs’ NaV'r'?wi;1.n'ia S,cwart’ Shackford. Savan Hau’.?cardenas’ Sava*«'Arroyo; A C Titcomb, nPEmedvlhNewhYorkV^aV° ‘?lU-trh" Abble S Emc Isian™Belle?BnckmaaVer.1^for j^0”' Hatch- “nd Trenton.HAV EN-Ac 12th inst> scl‘ Sunbeam, GUley, n>ENCE-Ar 14th, sch George & Emily Hutchinson, Wilmington; Union, Sawyer, CaEis! Peiro, Kelley, do for Pawtucket. i als’ Calais ^ort^crn Ught, Harper, NEWPORT—Ar 12th, scbs Anna Frye, Smith, Cal ais for Fall River: Joe Carlton, Spear, Camden lor do; Lucy Ames, Bishop, and Helen Mar, Nickorson, New York for Boston. In port 13th, scbs Harriet Gardiner, Miller, from Fall River for New York; Challenge, Bennett, from Hoboken for Boston; Alnomak, Rogers, New York for do; Sinbad, Perry, from do tor Portland ; Henry Means, Dyer, and Maracaibo, Henley, Elizabetbport for Portland; Telegraph, Clark. Rockport lor Nor folk; Col Eddy, McBeau, Fall River for New York; Huntress, Sprague, Dennygville. FALL RIVER—Ar 11th, scbs W F Cushiug, Cook, New Orleans; D B Doane, Nickerson, Savannah. Ar 14th, sch Aunie Frye, Smith, Calais. VINEYARD-HA VEN-Ar 11th, brig Abby Ellen, Foss, Savannah for Boston: scbs Ospray. Dyer, from Jacksonville for do; Armida Hall, Hall, Satilla River for Bath; H T Townsend, Cates, Savaunah for do; Ida Ella, Wilbur. Elizabetbport for Salem; Mary D Haskell, Carter, Matanzas 15 days for Portland; Bal loon, Chandler. Portland for New York; Maud Mul lock, Norwood, Calais for Norwich, aud sailed. Ar 12th, brig Isaac Carver, Williams, Charleston; schs Loretta Fish, Wiley, Port Royal SC for Boston; Addie L Cutler, Smith, Savannah for do; E G Wil lard, Wallace, and Clara £ Rogers, Rogers, Philadel phia for Portland; F Merwln, Pierce; Lotta Bell, Kemp, and A Denike, Jones, Baltimore for do: Julia Elizaoeth, Roy, Chilmark for do; Bramhall, Hamil ton, Hoboken for do; A B Hyer, Reville, Newcastle fordo; Eliza Sawyer, Cook, do for Belfast; Lark, Guptill, Weeliawken for do; D M French, Childs, do for Salem; Venus. Wilder, Elizabetbport for Pem broke; Marion Draper, Meady, Fotomac River for Bath; Alabama, Meservey, fin Rockport for Norfolk; N A Farwell, Famham. fm Boston for Wilmington; Garland, Libby. Machias for New York. Returned, brig Hattie E Wheeler, (parted chains 12th during the gale but has since recovered her BOSTON—Cld 14th, barquo M B Stetson, Siemers, Cienhiegos; brig Edith, Brown, Magaguadavic. Sid 14th, barques Victor, aud Jennie Cushman. Ar 15th, scha Almon Bird. Drinkwater, Darien; Highland Lass, Gould. Rockland. Cld 15th, brigs Ida L Ray. Prosscy, Bucksville SC; Minnie Abbie, Harding. Philadelphia ; sch Adam Bowlby. Bellatv, Ellsworth. GLOUCESTER-Ar 12th, sch A S Oakes, Rideont. New York for Portland; N Berry, Grant. Hoboken for do; FA Heath, Warren, Calais for Providence. fOREIGN FORTH. At Swatow Feb 18, barque Fanny, Eaton, for San Francisco. At Mejilloncs FeJ) 20th, ships Gen too. Linnell, for United States ; Trimountain, Urquhart ; Moravia, Morse, and Transit, Percy, wtg. At Carrizal Feb 16, barque City of Bangor, Menzies, for Queenstown. Ar at Liverpool 15th inst, ship Ventus, Thcobold, Savannah. At Madeira 24th ult, sch C F Young, Richardson, for New York. Cld at Gibraltar 24th ult, brig Nimwankee, Perkins (from Messina) for Baltimore. Sid fm Buenos Ayres Feb 21st, barque Isaac Hall, Colcord, New York. In port Feb 28, barmies Lizzie H Jackson, Marw ck and Philena, Chase, tor New York or Boston; Amer ican Lloyds, Park, and Samuel E Spring, Small, do; brigs Stockton, Griffin, for Boston, (ready); Carrie Winslow, Welsh, unc; sch Florence Shay, Hutchin son, tor Boston; and others. At Montevideo 1st ult, ship Florence Treat, Short, unc; barques James E Brett, Nickerson; A C Bean. Wooster, and Isaac Lincoln, Jordan, wtg : Tatay Morse, for Boston; brigs Walter Smith, Smitn, for do (ready); Clara Jenkins, Potter, for New York. Sid fm Rio Janeiro 4th ult, brigs Sullivan, Giles, St Thomas; 5th, Valencia, Small, do. In port 8th ult, brig Kremlin, Wyman, unc; sch Lamoine, King, do. At Mayagucz 28th ult, brig C S Packard, Packard, from Wilmington, NC, ar 25tn, disg, sch Jolrn.C Lib by, Libby, ldg. Sid 27th ult, schs Kato Foster, Harraden, for New Havcu; M C Moseley, for Baltimore. [Latest by European steamers.] Sid ftn Liverpool 31st, Belle Morse, Gregory, Mon tevideo via Cardiff. Ent out 1st, Bombay, Emmons, for Boston. Cld at London 31st ult, South America, Loring, for Pensacola. Ent out at Cardiff 3Isfc ult. Western Empire, Gro zier, and North Star, Thompson, for Rio Janeiro. Ar at Penarth 31et ult, North Star. Thompson, Liverpool. Sid 1st inst, Enos Soule, Soule. Rio Janeiro. Ar at Bristol 1st inst. Joseph Clark, Carver, Callao. Sid 2d inst, Southern Belle, Robinson, Swansea and New York. Off Bardsay Island 30th, Pride of the Port, Baker, from Liveryool for Singapore. Sid fm Barrow 31st, Savannah, Ivnowlton, for Mon treal. Ar at Limerick 3d, Kendrick Fish, McCloy, Callao via Queenstown. Ar at Queeustown 30th ult, Prussia, Patten, from San Francisco. Sid ftn Seville 10th ult, Waldo, Pressey, for New York. Ar at Dundee 20th ult, Wm McGilvery, Nichols, Calcutta. Sid fm Bremerhaven 29th ult, Coronet, O’Brien, North America. Sid fm Antwerp 20th ult, Templar, O’Brien, for Philadelphia. Sid fm Alton* 20th ult, John E Chase, Davis, for New York. Sid fm Bathurst Feb 12, Jenny Cushman, Smalley. Cape de Verds. Sid ftn Basseta Feb 2G, Titan, Berry. London. Ar at Bombay 5th ult, Richard McManus, Foster, Cardiff. Ar at Colombo 1st ult, P Pendleton, Pendleton, ftn Cochin. S SPOKEN. March 24. lat 50, Ion 17, ship Marcia C Day, from New Orleans tor Havre. March 24, lat 40. Ion 14, ship John Runyan, from new urieans lor Rotterdam. Feb 17. Iat43 43 S. Ion 84 20 W, skip Matterhorn, from New York for San Francisco. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS We Shall Open T-H-I-S - D-A-Y, One of the Best Assortments of DRY GOODS! To be Found in Portland, Comprising many Now and Elegant varieties never before seen in this market. BLACK SILKS, at prices much below the Market. BLACK and WHITE Cheeked and Strip ed Silks, at very ATTRACTIVE PRICES ! A Large and complete assort ment of SHAWLS! From the lowest to the best grades. All are cordially invited to a personal inspection of our stock. Covell & Company, CONGRESS COR. BROWN STS. aprlO • dtf Notice to Ladies! Making Shirts, or putting Bosoms into Old Shirts. THE PATENT “Reinforced” Shirt Bosom I» a great Improvement on the common Bosom. DO NOT CRACK OK SLIT OUT IN THE PL.AITS: will Iron much Smoother, and set better than the old style. They need only bo seen to be appreciated. - FOB SALE BY — Mean. J. R. COREY, " VICKERY & LEIGHTON, “ EASTMAN BROTHERS, “ E. A. MARRETT. »prl6 dlin&wlt ARETAS 8HURTLEFF, No. 6 Moulton Street. PORTLAND, ME., — WILL SELL ON — COMMISSION! ALL KINDS REAL ESTATE. — ALSO — Negotiate Loans on Mortgages ! ap?16___I CHAS. J. SCHUMACHER, • | FRESCO PAINTER,! 5 Deering Block, AT SCIIERACnER BRO I IIERS. nprlC _ d3mo Spring Styles for Ladies Dresses and Street Garments, at MISS M. G. MAGUIRE’S, No. 11 Clapp’s Block, np stairs. aprlS (j. Portland Turnverciu. moi?,tt’y rnf‘etlnK of the Portland ni v i'l„'feiVvl1 bd bel,fat tboir rooms on FU1 „ April 18th, at 8 o’clock. A full attend ance is requested. Per order. aprlfcdtj c. H. WINCHESTER, Sec’y. Miss T. M. Pendleton, teacher OF MUSIC ! No. 11 Myrtle Street. aprlt dlw NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ALLEN & CO. We have just received direct from the Importers their SPRING STYLES i FINE WOOLENS FOR Gentlemen’s Wear ! Please Call and Examine \ We have also In Stock a line of Fine Cnstoin Ready-Wade CLOTHING OF O U R O W N I DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE, which has the same genteel | appearance as those made | to order. 87 MIDDLE STREET I ! PORTJLAJSTD. I April 1«, 1873. WF* M3w For Sale. ONE Florence Sewing Machine, in full cabinet case; has been used but very little, Cost $ 120; will be sold for $80. Can be examined from 3 to 5 | o’clock P. M. at 152Spring street. apl6dlw Blacksmith's Helper Wanted AT 185 COMMERCIAL ST. THOS. LAUGaZLIN A SON. aprl6 d3t Wanted. A LADY having a Piano wishes board, and one or two music scholars in a private family. Good references given. Address aprl6d3t* “M. M.,” Press Office. Girl Wanted. AT 41 Centre Street. Near Congress Street. aprlG U3t* Carpets Cleaned —AT— FOSTER’S DTE HOUSE, NO. 34 UNION STREET. OrUers left at Forest City Dye House, 315 Cougresa streot, or at the Dye House on Union street. HT’No charge for trucking. apttdtf Opening Millinery. \ New Spring Millinery OPENING DAILY AT M. A. BOSWORTH’S, Cor. Congress & Exchange Sts., FLUENT’S BLOCK. ops tr i>. W. CLARK & CO., ' — DEALERS IN — I ICE HOUSE, MARKET ST., — ASD — 3a EXCHANGE ST.,, Pare Iec supplied for all purpos- , es, and .u any quantity at the I 1.0WEST RATES. npr? tf I Those Baked Beans. THOSE BAKED BEAJiS — WHICH — W. C. COBB is Belling BY THE QUART, at his Bakery, NOS. 28 & 30 PEARL STREET, have been tested and pronounced GOOD ! Now if you wish to try them, you can by sending In your order have them brought right from the oven to your door any morning (hiring the week. Or, it* you say you want them Sabbath morning (as is the custom) Mr. Cobb will liavo n fresh lot ready which he will send you Saturday evening. Then by rut ting them in your own ovtn you can find them there at breakfast time and save the unpleasant tasR o rising before you are ready and hurrying to tne pap ery. IP. M_Take lomr ckoire ■ BOW IV BREAD with tl.. ni or not, o. von like. _apl5__.__ Portland Savings Bank, No. »1 Exchange Slreel. DEPOSITS mail. In this Bank on or before SAT- j URDAY, May 3d, will commence Interest on [ the first of that month. _ aprisdtd FRANK NOYES, Treasurer. MISCELLANENOUS. kohung HAS GOT ms New Style Goods — rot tiie — Spring & Summer of 1873. He has exercised hi* usual excellent judgment, and has selected the BEST STOCK Ever yet Exhibited in this City by Hint THK ANSOBT.VEST IXC11DKS COATINGS, Ol German, French and Euslisli Manufacture, in Straiuhts, Di agonals Hu ir Lines, Basket and Diamond Goods, Ac PANT "GOODS. In this Department, If anywhere, Kohlin'i thinks bu can SUIT E VE RY BODY HIS ASSORTMENT OF WHOLE SUITINGS Embraces aomc of the Nobbiest Designs ever intro duced. In full confidence that ho can milt all ta'tos, and all forma, he spreads these goods op.n to the inspec tion of all. 33P"*Tlie«c 4»oori« will be made up in a taultlcm wtlye and in n perfect maauer. W. H. KOHLIm, 99 EXCHANGE STREET. : m*_____ lm ! Grand Trunk Railway Co. — TENDERS | — FOB — * ROLLING STOCK! TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 5 o’clock on SATURDAY, the 2Gih of April, 1 1873, for the following Rolling Stock, viz 600 Cattle or Box Freight Cars. 200 Platform Cars. 2000 Sets of Trucks for Box Cars. 600. “ “ Platform “ Specifications ami drawings can be teen at the Of ; fire of the Mechanical Supt. of the Company at i Mon'real. Tenders to state the numbers of each sort of car | and sets of tracks that can be delivered by the Ut of i October, 1873, and the price for each car and set of ] trucks. Delivery will have to be made at Stratford j and Montreal. C. J. BRIDGES, apl5(12w__Managing Director. H.M.PAYSON&CO., Bankers and Brokers, OFFER EOR SALE | Portland City .... u’ Bangor 8’ i St. Louis ..... 8's St. Louis County . - 7’s Cook County .... 7’s Chicago • - - - - 7’* Columbus, Ohio - ... 8’s Dayton, Ohio » - - - 8’s Leeds & Farmington R. R., guaranteed 6'g Portland & Rochester R. R. - * 7’s ■ Maine Central R. R. . - - 7’s : Central R. R. of Iowa Cold - - 7’s i Chicago, Danville & Vincennes R. R., Cold,.7’s Northern Pa iflc R. R. Gold - 7-80’s Government Bonds, Bank Stocks and Gold Bought and Sold. 32 Exchange Street, PORTLAND' ap2 dtf BOpS. Portland City - O s Rockland City.6’s Until ritv.ft’* hangor City - 0’s St. Louis City ..... 6’s Leeds & Farmington, (Guaranteed,) G’s Maine Central, Consolidated. • ■ 7’s Cook County, Illinois, * - • 7’s Wayne County, Illinois, - * 7’s Iona Central, Gold, ■ • - - 7’a I Toledo, Ohio, ... 7.80's ’ Northern Pacific Gold, ... 7 80’s i West Wisconsin R. It., Gold, - - 7’a Atlantic & St. Lawrence R. R. Stock and Defered Rent Script Bought. FOB SALE BT , WJ»I. £. WOOD, Ag% Sept 7-dt/b 67 Rxchnngr Si “BONDS FOR SAL£. Portland City - - • G’s Bangor “ G’s St. Louis “ - - G'8 Elizabeth, N. J., - 7’s Cleveland “ 7’s Toledo “ ... g’j Cook County, 111.. • ■ - 7’s Marion County, Ind., - - 8’a Maine Central R. It. - - 7’s Portland & Rochester R. R. . 7’s Atchison, Topeka & Santo Fc Gold 7’s Northern Pacific R. R. Gold - 7-80’s Chicago, Bau. & Vin. R. R. Gold - 7’s Atlantic & St. Lawrence R. R. Stock and Dcf. Rent Scrip BOUGHT BY Swan & Barrett, lOO MIDDLE STREET. feb24 codti J. B. Brown & Sons, BANKERS, lo. 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. _ tsti B ONDS. New York City - . . }* “ « »• . . O’ Brooklyn City - «’» Jersey City - - - 7*1 Elizabeth City 7’l Canada Sontbern K. B., Gold, - 7’s B. & Cedar Rapids R. R., Gold, - 7's Northern Pacific R. R., Gold, - 7-StP -FOR SALE BY R. A. BIRD, 97 Exchange St* f*b23 BONDS. Sedalia Water Bond, nail other first class lo per ceut. Municipal Bouda for sale. CHARLES M. HAWKE8, mcb290*8 E*CHA"«* STREET

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