Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, April 23, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated April 23, 1873 Page 2
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THE PRESS. WEDNESDAY HORNING, APRIL23, it V' ll v regular attache of the Press is furnished wli ti a card certificate countersigned by Stanley T. Pullen, Editor. AU railway, steamboat and hot© managers wilt confer a favor upon us by demanding ered*ntlais of every person claiming to represent our icures), as we have information that several “bum mers" are seeking courtesies in tbe name of tbe Press, and we have no disposition to be, even pas » vcly, a party to such fraud. tvr. do not read anonymous letters and cmnmuui oations. Xlie name and address of tho writer are in all coses iudlspe ab c, not necessarily for publication but as a guaranty of good faith. W ■ cannot undertake to return or re erve com- j municar.ons that are not useu. The Massachusetts Board of Health. The fourth anuual report of the Massachu setos Board of Health makes a book of five hundred pages and contains, of course, a great amount of information both curious and valuable. In the report the matter of drainage and j sewerage in connection with the health of | cities and towns is largely noticed. Ween-; dorse the idea that the intelligent enforce- : mentof sanitary regulations will ward off half the fevers, consumptions, etc.; and the en lightenment of the people by such informa tion as this volume contains will greatly les sen disease. In this connection the pollution of steam and the water supplies of towns arc noticed, opening up a vast question in con nection with the subject of drainage for the cousidor. iiou of the future. One of the most important topics considcr. «d was that treated by P. Emery Aldrich, Esq., a member of the board, relative to tbe use and abuse of intoxicating liquors, giving a great deal of evidence gathered from corres pondents and authentic sources. He takes issue with the conclusion of a report of the chairman of the board, Mr. Bowditcb, last year, that the permission to sell light ales, beer and wine would promote temperance in New England. The result of bis inquiry is that beer shops cause and increase intemper ance, and that their influence is bad and only bad. Tbe use of light wines results in the habit of using stronger and more dangerous stimulants. In California the abundance and cheapness of wines have fearfully increased the amount of intemperance. Speaking of the Swede3, he says the nation rose and fell, grew prosperous or degraded, as tho rulers restrained or permitted the manufacture and salcTif that which all along its history has seemed to be the uation’s greatest curse. It is the testimony of a great number of official persons in Massachusetts that the sale of ale and beer increases crime. One of tbe papers of the greatest interest is by Dr. George Derby, tbe secretary, on the food of the people of Massachusetts. Want of proper food is one of the chief causes of consumption. He presents a mass of an swers of correspondents to his circulars, ask ing about the sort and quality of food in use, tho cooking, etc. The result is not very en couraging. Dyspepsia is prevalent in some communitiei on account oi bad food and the inordinate use of tea and coffee. The mak ing of good bread is rare, it is a lost art. There is a great consumption of the abomina ble pie and cakes. Pies are eaten twice a day by most people in Massachusetts above the age of five, and if a lunch is called for, it is generally pie. ^ouiury uaxers aistriDUte more pies than loaves of bread. Tlie-average Massachusetts pie (used as a 6taple of food and not as an addition to a. d'uner) is made of flour, water and salt, mixed with “short ening,” which consists of the cheapest fat, hog’s lard or the lowest grade ot butter, to which is often added carbonate of soda. This paste encloses chopped meat, seasoned with hog's fat and spices, the meat, like the but ter, being of the poorest kind, such as could not be eaten in any other form except sausa ges ;and the spices cover the taste of the meat; or some sort of fruit is used to fill the flaps of indigestible dough. Another fruitful source of disease it the “bolting” of the food. The average time devoted to each meal by the peo ple of the state does r.ot exceed twelve to fif teen minutes. A great quantity of air 13 swal lowed in eating in haste. The excessive use of water at meals is another great cause of dyspepsia, the food is unduly dilute! and the stomach is chilled. “Washing down” the food with frequent draughts of water is one of the most pernicious habits, and it it oniy a habit. These are only a few of the topics treated of in the large volume; and what is rather nuusuai the matters are all of the highest importance and the most of the dangers point ed out may Ire remedied by the people them selves. Indeed, the few matters to which we have(calledattention above will afford ample ground to begin the renewal ot their civiliza tion. The Maine Pocltey Association are already taking measures to secure a large ex hibition in the city next January. It is now a long distance away, but the managers in this city and elsewhere are already making arrangements for large special premiums, and corresponding for the purpose of securing one of the best exhibitions of fowls, not only ever held in Maine, but in New England. The breeding of choice and fancy varieties of fowls is more largely carried on i than any of our people have any idea of; while the general business of raising poultry, eggs, etc., lias in creased at a rate the past five years that will surprise those who consider themselves the best informed. Indeed, it has become a leading pursuit among the smaller farmers, and promises to be one of first importance. In view of these facts the organization of the State Association is timely and in the hands of the energetic gentlemen who represent it, will be sure to give this rising branch of in dustry a new impetus. We aro assured by the officers who are taking direction of the matter here, that they meet a very cordial cooperation Evidently Michael Cunningham of Porta mouth, N. Q , is not in full standing in his church since he takes some pleasure iu stat ing that he severely cowliided the Rev. Can on Walsh the pastor of the Catholic church, for repeatedly using insulting language to ward and cursing at bis family. If the pastor so far forgot himself as to insult his family Michael is to be censured for waiting for any repetition before he applied that powerful corrective. We are, however) half inclined to believe that the Rev. Canon was simply sharply reprimanding Michael and his house hold for improprieties of worldly conduct and dereliction in spiritual duties. We are the more inclined to this conclusion because Mr. Cunningham has sent us a printed note, net couched iu meek and lowly language. Worthless western corporation stocks frequently come to light as in the case of the Ocean National Bank of New York, when several thousand dollars worth of such bonds, probably received as collaterals, were sold for five per cent, of their face. This fact is more noticeable because there arc doubtless many of like worthless bonds throughout the cast, and if they don’t turn up when least expect ed, our people will be fortunate. It may be that a large part of the Louis iana people don’t like the Kellogg govern ment; but the statement that $254 000 of taxes have been collided during the first quarter of this year against $133,000 collect ed during the same period last year is not to be taken as an indication that the people of that State will not submit to the rule of Gov. Kellogg. __ _ That Consular Demand. To the Editor of the Press: From current newspaper paragraphs, I see that Censul Bcaubovcber, has asked, or will ask the State of Maine to refund the money paid out by himself, for the relief, while there and subsequent passage home, of a part o that ill-fated fAdams Joppa Colony. Hisf <:blil,” amounts to $3600. Maine is called upon to settle this demand, because the majority of the Colonists, were from Maine. Now, as an ex-member of that , celebrated oriental humbug, possessing a fa- i miliar knowledge of its details, I wish—before ( any payment of such claim is mdde-to make a statement of facts, relative to the case, for the instruction ami benefit of those “whom it may concern..’’ The tacts arc these. Before 011/emigration to Palestine, we appointed Vice-Consul Loenthal, (of Joppa, a German Jew) as our agent, to purchase certain lands and other property, for us in the vicinity of j„_a, as it could be done in that manner, much cheaper than to purchase it ourselves after wc should arrive there. We forwarded the necessary funds to do so. lie procured the property from the ignorant natives, by fraud, bribery and intimidation. Then mak ing out false vouchers to us we wore helpless ly compelled to acceed to his extortionate de mand. We were successfully “jewed.” This swindling transaction was brought before Consul Beauboucher, at Joppa tor adjust ment, when the unscrupulous vilhany o. Loenthai ivas fairly unmasked. Yet Ut-auu.- i cher shielded him in this unmitigated swin dle and he was let off without refunding ally of Ihe money he had cheated us ou» of. We then entered complaint to the Department of State at Washington against both of them, petitioning for their removal. Thus a quar rel was inaugurated he'tween the colonists pouring their grievances into the ear of the Secretary ot State and the Consuls replying in self-vindication. In addition to this misfor tuneintcrual difficulties presented themselves. Some were losing faitli in the enterprise, and were getting discouraged and wished to get home. So they “seceded” and joined the Consular faction; the Consuls using such names with theirs to the State Department against the rest of the Colony. Now, if Beauboucher expended any money at all, in the interest of the Colony, lie cer tainly gave it to those few who joined his party, and that too rather for political pur poses, than auy charitable design. I claim that altogether, he did not pay out $500 in all that he ever paid to the Colony, or any part of it, in any manner, directly or indi rectly. So if the State of Maine has airy money to pay to the savior of their colonists, let her pay it to the estate of the late large hearted, philanthropic Moses S. Beach, for mer editor of the N. Y. Sun. He was the man wiio rescued the Maine colonists not Beauboucher of Jerusalem, nor Johnson of Beyruit. Samuel L. Clemens (Mark Twain) thus correctly alludes to this fact in his “Innocents Abroad” (page 014). It was an unselfish act of benevolence; it was done without ostenta tion, and has never been mentioned in any newspaper I think. Therefore it is refresh ing to learn now that another man has re ceived all the credit ot this rescue of the colo nists. Such is life.” Although I never receive 1 the benefits of his kind donat.on, yet the occasion that calls forth this article, is a happy and appropriate, though I confess a somewhat tardy one—in behalf of those colonists, to publicly acknowl edge our lasting indebtedness to—and heart felt appreciation of the sympathetic kindness of the late Moses S. Beach, whose Samaritan like compassion on a helpless people, found substantial expression, in the form of a check for $1500, which enabled some forty members of that ill-starred colony to reach their homes in America again. “Honor, to whom honor is due.” So if $1500 would send forty hack, how is it that some six or eight persons at most, use up some $3800 in getting back? In view of the foregoing circumstances and facts, I respectfully suggest that before such claim be allowed and paid, on the part of the State of Maine that due examinali >n be made ot its merits. K. F. E. Letter from Bangor. Exit 8n«ir; Eater .Kud—Tfaoce wager* net tled— The Shore line defeat— Manufact uring zeal droopeth. Bangor, April 21t 1872. To the Editor of the Press: The rains of Saturday and to-day have transformed our frost-bouud streets into lakes of soft mud, making driving difficult aud un comfortable; outside the city it is worse yet, the roads being almost impassable. In the city the snow has generally disappeared, showing only iu spots, and gardens and ter races with a southern exposure are hegiuning to look green; elsewhere to the north and east, the fields are covered with an unbroken sheet of snow. Sunday morning the ice went out of the Penobscot river without damage, and the nu merous hats aud cigars waged on the date of this event vyere declared to the winners. This morning the Sanford steamer, the first vessel of the'season, reached Bangor, and, at the usualjhour, started on her regular trip to Boston. The season for navigation is fairly inaugurated, and business men are beginning to look jocund once more. To day, was submitted to the people the proposition to subscribe §150,000 to the Ban gor and Calais Shore Line Itailroad Company, issuing therefor the bonds of the City payable in 30 years from their date, with interest at 6 per cent, per annum: §100,000 to he paid on the completion and equipment of the road lrorn Bangor to Ellsworth, aud $50,000 when completed au 1 equipped to Macliias village. The subject had been well agitated, and most of our capitalists and business men were strongly in favor of tbe measure, but the sen timent outside the city was against it, and it failed to get a two-thirds vote, the vote stand ing, at the close of the polls, 1,118 in favor of, to 749 against the proposed subscription. This may be considered as settling the ques tion of aid to the Shore Line, at least until the next annual election. As the spring trade opens the subject of in troducing manufactures is less talked off, and it seems quite likely that after all, the propos ed dam at Treats’ Falls will not be completed this season. A correspondent has been very ably writing up tbe matter in a series of arti cles to the Whig, but I fear even his indis putable arguments will fail to start the man ufactures, until parties from abroad improve the opportunity and reap the profit. P. A Winter Day in April. To the Editor of the Portland Press: We havo had a hard,long winter and the end is not yet. The crows, like the “Mayflower” pilgrims, had got tired of a shelflshj diet on the coast, and sought the interior for a change, but found the ground covered deep with snow; not a grub nor a frog coaid be got, nothing hut a few shriveled apples left on the trees, to sub sist on. They are brave birds not easily dis couraged. Like William of Normandy, when he landed at Hastings,|they came to stay, so they come round the farm houses and cry “corn.” Now l think the bounty should be given to the live crows, instead of for the dead heads. The insects destroyed more than compensate for the young corn pulled up by them; this is easily prevented by soaking the seed in salpctre or tar water. We havo fed a whole colony of them for a month. The blue jays, who never leave, insist on taking their rations with the .rows, and both have become very tame. Jim crow wears a coat of priestly cut and ;olor, and always maintains a grave demeanor. The jays are gay, in blue and white, with wings shaded in black, a spike on their helmet like a Prussian soldier, and a black throat strap to hold it on. Our coffee often gets cold while we are watching these birds at their breakfast. A month ago the almanac said “spring begins” but we couldn’t see it. Last week we bad be come hopeful, but to-day came a driving} snow storm, “All winter drives along the darkened air;” and the hill tops that had struggled through their winter covering, are again hid under the snow as in mid winter. Our hope now is in a warm June, which will probably thaw us out. Tho times are out of joint—the weather docs not tally with the calendar. For two separate mow storms this winter we have had frequent Bashes of lighting with thunder that would be creditable to July, and on Monday last, rain fell continually through the day, with the wind sharp northwest. Will the weather man at Washington please explajji, and oblige, Windham, April 18. q Kens and Other Items. Gen. F. P. Banks will deliver the oration at Waltham, Mass., on Decoration Day. Hon. John T. Wilson is a candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor of Ohio. Mrs. M. J. Hurt and her four children were burned to death in Campbell County, Va., on the 9tli iust., while fleoing from their house luring the prevalence of tho great fires there. Charles Parsons, a reporter at Williamsbuig, ST. Y„ saicidod the other day. Ho left a uoto o a brother reporter, saying' “i'ix this thing ip fine, Jim—put it under a double head.” fim did so. A St. Louis man applied far a divorco on the 'round that his wife throw a butcher kuife at lim, but she proved much worse things against lim, and his suit was thrown out. The net revenue of Few York Stale from tho Syracuse salt works in 1872 was $33,991.78, and tlio caual tolls which were paid to the State al so amounted to a considerable smn for tho year. The reason has been at last discovered why Virginia prpposc3 to jrat up Jubal Early as candidate for governor; it is because he ruus so well. Tenacious memories will find here an al lusioD to old rebellion times. Olive Logan takes her husband, Wirt Sykes, So Europe, this summer. By a proposed Michigan law, tho probate lourt of a county can giTe the wife of au ab conded husband as large a part of his proper y as it may judge best. The effect will proba bly be to keep at home certain vagabond hus bands. The court in San Francisco has decided that Laura Fair shall pay her lawyer some three thousand dollars more than be has already re ceived, for his services in her two murder trials. A New York correspondent writes that i Ham B. Astor, Alexander T. Stewart and Cor nelius Vanderbilt arc worth just about the same amount of money, each of them flgl, ,ng star vation nobly with property valued at $50,000, 000. _LJL — STATE NEWS. ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY. -dr. D. C. Paine has leased the Lewiston trotting park for the ensuing season Mr. W. D. Pennell of Lewtston, pay-master of the Liucoln Mill has been elected a member of the New Luglaad Cotton Manufacturers* Association. The new post office at Lewiston was opened to tho public on Monday last. The mail sleigh running from Livermore to Turner was upset one day last week and a lady passenger bruised about the face. Both thills of the sleigh were broken. The American House at Lewiston is to be enlarged and otherwise improved. Lewiston bad a Black Crook sensation Fast Day night not down on the bills. A Boston pugilist attended the play accompanied by two ladies, one of whom was his sister. His wito hearing of this went to the door and sent for her hubby; afUr interviewing him she made for the ladies and tapping one of them, not the sister, on the nose drew claret. The whole proceeding amused the audience vastly, so says the Gazette. KENNEBEC COUNTY. Hon. Eugene Hale is the guest of Mr. Blaine at Augusta. The railroad bridge at Waterville is under going repairs, so says the Kennebec Journal. The same journal says that the Capitol Guards are to be measured Wednesday even ing for the new State regulation uniform. The cost of schools in the villago district of Augusta the past year was $15,564. Another small landslide occurred oil Monday near Winslow. The County Commissioners are considering the matter of establishing a workshop in con nection with the jail. Augusta boasts a man who was on hoard the ill-fated Stonington train. China has the measles very badly. An unsophisticated fellow got admittance in to a young ladies seminary at Augusta lately, and now the beauties are sending him love let ters and making lots of fun at him. Augustus Hood of Wayne, had a slight sore come upon his finger some four weeks since which has developed into an alarming disease extending over the whole hand and arm. His physician thinks he cannot save the arm and is seriously alarmled about the man’s life. OXFORD COUNTY. William Chase has purchased the mill owned by James Field of Sumner. In the Whitney district, Hartford, not a fe male attended school last winter. PENOBSCOT COUNTY. The inspectors of customs at Bangor are get ting up sorao new silver badges. Improvements have been made in the Harri man House, Bangor. Lire grasshoppers are hopping around in Bangor, so says the Whig. Davis Peters, an escape from the Reform School, was arrested in Bangor Sunday. The Bangor House is to bo improved. The adjoining stables and carriage houses are to be demolished. Feeling mm high over the vote on the Shore Line in Bangor Monday, one-gentleman wheel ed another to the polls on condition of his vot ing “yes.” The river being free from ice Bangor is made happy by the arrival of vessels. The Hinckley & Egery Iron Company are having plenty of business. The steamer Cambridge made her first ap pearance at Bangor on Monday. Tho vote of tho city of Bangor to aid tho Shore Line Railroad, which occurred on Mon day, stood—yes, 1119; no, 749. A two-thirds vote being required, the proposition was de feated. A case of uuusual interest terminated in the S. J. Court at Bangor last Saturday. The case was F. Hight vs Simon B. Fifield. This was an actiou ou a note of hand of $1000, given by the defendent Feb. 15, 1871. for stock in the company forming to purchase the Abel Loom Patent Bight. It seems that a man named Shaw came to Bangor to sell the patent. Smith who knew the monied men took him around. A $50,000 stock company was raised, notes be ing taken tor ,tlie whole amount, Smith aud other prominent men who headed, the list had their notes returned as per agreement,they act ing simply ns decoys; $20,000 worth of bona fide notes, Fifield’s amou r them, being taken. Fifield now refuses payment on the ground of deception. The jury stood four for plaintiff aud eight for defendant. PISCATAQUIS COUNTY. [Press Correspondence.] About a foot of snow fell in Monson last Saturday. The Eureka Slate Compauy declared a div idend to its stockholders" last Saturday. The Compauy propose to work it3 quarry ou an en larged scale the coming summer. There has been considerable sickness in this region during the spring, but there is now an improvement in this direction. SOMERSET COUNTY. The citizens of Madison ara prooosing to build a woolen mill They have a fine water power. Lumbermen have done a large amount of work ou the Kennebec aud Dead rivers the. past winter, notwithstanding the deep snow. Vivas ia the Air We know that a peculiar poison is evolved from marshy ground and from the decomposing filth of cities by the sunshine of spriDg, and that this ele ment which is too subtle to be detected by scientific amlysis, produces epidemic fevers, aggravates dys pepsia aud all bilious disorders, disturbs the bowelsj relaxes the nerves and debilitates the general system. Luckily an antidote to this atmospheric virus, and a specific for the diseases it generates, has been provid ed. For a period of more than twenty years liostet ter’s Stomach Bitters, a medicine in which the finest vegetable tonics and alterative are combined with a perfectly pure stimulant, has taken precedence of every other preparation, as a specific for the ailments most prevalent at this aeason of the year It is ag&ceable as well as effectual, and eminently safe and wholesome. SPECIAL NOTICES. WHAT TO TEACH THE BOYS. Teach the dear Boys while they ore young To make good use of all their time; To watch wltii greatest care their tongue. And make good use of each spare dime: To be to those around them kind; Do what they can each one to bless; Thus their own happiness they’ll fiud Interested by others’ happiness; And teach them when they need new “Clothes” Coat, Pant, Vest. Hat and Shoes complete, That they can buy them at, Fenno’.s, Corner of Beach and Washington street. apr23__sndgt FIRST IN THE FIELD ! MAINE STATE HOSPITAL FAIR. In addition to my donation to the above institution I propose to sell a. r cos rr, (without including freight,) any Dry or Fancy Goods to be used for that obioct. Any person who intends making garments er fctucy articles for the Fair, can purchase them at my store, 84 Middle Street, AT FIRST COST! and have them sent home. Please mention when you come that you want t ho goods for the Fair, and no pftrflt will be asked. A. Q. LEACH 81 jUiddd'c Street. apr3 sn3w . To Let. THE commodious four storied Brick Store, No. 57 Commercial St.—Immediate posession given. Inquire of ELIAS THOMAS & CO., „ . __ No. 90 Commercial St. Or ot V . W. THOMAS, Canal National Bank. eeptl2sntf BANK OF PORTLAND. Oil and after this date, the undersigned will carry on a strictly Banking business, at tlio Banking Booms now occupied by tlio Second National Bank, u’,,der thc “‘S'10 of ,he “BANK Or 1 OKI LAND’ and as such, will receive Deposits miu make Discounts, in tbo regular course of thc Banking Business. Portland, June 24th, 1S72. jmi23newlt,then sn tf A BOOK FOR IIVERV MAN. TIIE “SCIENCE OF LIFE. OR SELF PRES ERVATION,” a Medical Treatise on tlio Cause and Cure -f Exhausted Vitality, Premature Deciino in Mm, and Nervous and Physical Debilitv, Hypnehon ilrit. In, mtency. Spermatorrhoea or Seminal Weak ness. amt other diseases arising fiom the errors of youth o; she indiscretions or excesses of mature years. This is indeed a book for everv man Thou sands have been taught by Ibis work tire truo wav to health and happiness. Ills the cheapest, and best medical wuk ever published, and the only one on this class ot ills worth reading. 190th edition, revis Fre?MC‘‘i ca*arSe(l, illustrated, bound in beautiful mfrt Priu0 onl>’ SI. Sent bv mail, post icATl,ric«- Address PEABODY MED MasT No. 4 Bnlfiuch street, Boston, N B ’ Tim1-' ' PARKER, Assistant Physician, well a* ,i- “or mav l>e consulted on thc above as mar3tmeiSSv°1VedUirin8 Bl:lU aud «Ijeriencf' Wanifui ness wmteJr^'i8?'14 raan with abiUlv for the Imsi ?Slty ofo,m„ft';ye au “gency for and Conpanies in°nM?* ’ll0™°st popular Llio Insurance wonnames in this country. For information, address -V-’—-——-I. apr3sn3w ON THE BREAKFAST, LUNCHEON, DINNER AND SUPPER TABLE, ,d A A" PERRINS’ Worcestershire tinuce IS INDESPENSABLE. JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS, Now Vork, Agents for t,ho United States. octJ6 codsnly SPECIAL NOTICES. SPRINO OPENING I I>- c. G OLDER, Orer E. T, Elden & Co., 5 Free Street. Will open on THURSDAY, APRIL 34TH, A very large and complete assortment of Nejr Spring Styles in SAC4UES, MANTILLAS, AND CAPES, of Cashmcro and Drap d’ete, handsomely trimmed wlthPassomcntcrle Trimmings, Yak andother Laces, including all the newest designs from Paris Houses together with the latest novelties in FRENCH YVA-I/KUSTG SUITS, of eignidlc Colors and Shades. Especial attention is directed to our magnldcent assortment of Llama Lace Jackets, Llama Lace Points, Ficlius and Parasol Covers. A fall line of Cashmere, Bi'ochc, India, Thibet, Beal Shetland, and Shctlauil Imitation, in plain White Scarlet, and Black; Scarlet, Blue & Black Borders. All the newest and most novel styles in \ PARASOLS & SUJtf-UBMRELLAS, Every variety of Form anti Color. jryHa ring selected these goods with great care, from th© choicest Foreign importations, I shill liav great pleasure in presenting them fir inspection to the public. D. C. G O L D E R, Over E. T. Elden & Co., So. 5 Pres St. »pr22 snSm FOR MOTH PATCHES, FRECKLES And TAN, uso PERRY’S Moth and Freckle Lotion. It is RELIABLE and harmless Sold by Druggists every whore. Depot, 49 Bond St., N. Y. mar22d&wsn6ml7 BONDS ! BONDS of western cities and counties, 10 per cent. interest and principal payable in the east. Private property as well as public readied. Debts very small in proportion to property and therefore easily paid. Careful investors are Invited to call and examine the Bonas. L tws and Decisions of the courts upon such securities and will find them very safe. Tnere is nothing better. CHARLES M. HAWKES, febCantf _28 Exchange at., Portland. WONDERFUL CURES! DU. URANN. OF BOSTON. Who hoa made so many Wonderful Cures all over the New England States, is at the PREBLE HOUSE, And will Remain a Few Weeks. Every Invalid shou'd see him, no matter what tlielr complaint may bo. 23,000 Patient8 have been Treated by him within the last ten years, with Wonderful Success. Bead ihr. following Wondcrfnl» Cares ia in nine : Dr. Urann, who has ma le so many wonderful 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 called to see him a w eek ago Fiiday, he was not able to turn himself in bed; he 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, Jan. 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 office, at the DeWitfc House, and after one treatment was free from paiD, and have boen able to work ever since. A. W. BAILEY. Auburn, May 7,1S69. Lewiston, May 7,1869. Hus will certify that I had lost the use of my lower limbs and was unable to walk or even stand, had sevoral physicians who pronounced my case incura ble. He-.ring of Dr. Uraim’s Wonderful Cures, I sent for him. In less than a week was able to walk in the streets, and can now walk two miles'daflv. .TAM ITC E1 DI> . nniriitr m „ Ellsworth, Oct. 8, 18G7. vTo THE Maori A s Republican.-Gents:—As Dr. Ursnn, of Boston, is about visiting your place, and a stranger iu these parts, I know very well, like moPt physicians traveling, he will be looked upon with sus picion, particularly as his cares look miraculous. I had 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 al60 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 Jess 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. K. JORDAN, mch20sntf_formerly Deputy Sheriff. Arcrill Chemical Paint Co., Manufacturers of PUREdT WHITE ! AND Any Desired Bhmle or Color, % Prepared for Immediate Application. ♦ SOLD By Tlio CkALLON" ©INDY DURABLE, BEAUTIFUL, ECONOMICAL. D. SI. YEOMANS, General Eastern Agent, (3 Commercial St. Portland. sel2-eodtf ™ _ House for Sale. AT GORHAM, ME., a largo handsome two story

house, rooms ot both stories of good sizo and height ou a flue lot having 27.1 rods front on South St., a short distanco from Church, Post-office andsDcpot. Tbe Choice Mituntiou in Gorham; besides numerous and fine sharia trees, flower bods anil hedges, there are nearly a hundred fruit trees, apple, crab-apple, pear, peacb and cherry, ten grape vines, and a good garden containing many currant bushes, Sooscberrv bushes, strawberry and asparagus beds ne uienlant, *c. There are about 33 acres of land, „0 >rHiiur nasturage an i many choice house lots. Inquire ofeiOHN V. PERKINS. Portland, or Rev. Geo. A. Perkins, on the premises. mar!2sntf BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE. Tills ST,wild Hair Dve is the beat in the trorlit. T^oufy True and Perfect Dye. Harmless Reliable anil Instantaneous; nniiisappolntment , no ridiculous tin > or unpleasant odor. Remedies the ill_effects of bad dves washes. Produces Immediately a superb Black or Natural Brown, and leaves tbehalr clean, soft and beautiful. The genuine, signed W. A. atchelor. Sold by all Druggists._ CHAS. BATCHELOR, Prop., A. 1. ldaw tyrs s SPECIAL JNOTICES. If yon want a nice phoi^a^, Type, g ) to A. M. McKenny’a, 101 MlJdlo Street He warrants them as good as can bo made In Port! htnil. augysneodtf FOR PIMPLES OX THE FACE, Blackhead and Fleshworm, use PEBRY'S improv ed Comedone and Pimple Remedy, the groat skin medicine. Prepared only by Dr. B. C. PERRY, Dermatologist, 4'J Bond St., N. Y. Sold by Druggists everywhere. mar22d«fcwsn6mi7 MARRIED. ! In this city, April 22d, by the Rev. Father Brad ley, Maximeue Paquett ana Lizzie A. Shea, both of Portland. w , _ ., In Romford, March 29, W m E. Crooker and Alice A. Learned, both ol Andover. In Rum ford, April 1, Roscoe K. Wortbly and Lydia A. Hayes*, both of Mexico. In Paris. April 13, William II. Porter and Mrs. Eleanor Dow. _ DIED. _ In this city, April 19, Mrs. Antionotte G. Jones, | aged 58 years 6 months 19 days. In Boston, April 21, Stanton Latham, only child of W. J. and Emily H. Quincy, aged 7 mouths 12 days. [Funeral at 11 o’clock this Wednesday forenoon, at the residence of A. A. Osgood, 16 Cedar street. Jn Now York City, April 21, Mr. Frank Baker. [Funeral services Thursday afternoon at 1 o’clock, at the residence of C G. Downes, 22 Winter St. PASSENGERS. In the Austrian, from Liverpool—Mr and Mss Col thirst, Miss Coltliirst. Miss II A Pearson, Mrs B Hol lingshoad and child. Mrs Vaughan and three children, Miss Boucherle, Mrs Roger son, W Ross. J J Duncan. E C Fry, J H Botterill, J Lewis. T Gibault, Miss L Burnham, J E Hammerson, A G Bradley, L Gordon, i W Smith, Mrs and Miss Humphrey, Mrs Capt F eld, 1 Capt Hatfield, Alex Robertsou, and C98 others iu the ! steerage. 1 1 ■ ■■■ DEJPAKTUREOFOCEANSTEAJVl&tf* NAME FKOJI FOR DATE Merrimack.New York. .Rio Janeiro.. .Apl 23 Java.New York. .Liverpool.Apl 23 Minnesota.New York. Liverpool.Apl 23 Olympia.New York. .Glasgow.Apl 23 j City of Merida.New York .Hav<&Nassau.Apl 24 City of Limerick.. New York.. Livorpool.Apl 24 Albemarle. New York. .Bermuda.Apl 24 I Frisia.New York.. Hamburg.Apl 24 j City of London.New York. .Livernooi-Apl 2G Polynesian. Portland .. .Liverpool.... Apl 26 ; Baltic.New York. .Liverpool_Apl 2G India.New York .Glasgow.Apl 20 Claribol.New York. .Kingston, J.. .Apl 29 MoroCastle.New York..Havana.Apl 29 Mandingo.New York. .Havana.Apl 29 Cuba.New York. .Liverpool.Anl 30 Manhattan.New York. .Liverpool.Apl 30 illinium re Almanac. April 33. Sun rises.5.06 I Moon rises. 3.45 AM Sun sets.6.51 I Kigli water .7.45 AM | MARINE NEWS PORT OF PORTLAND. Tuesday) April 33* ARRIVED. | Steamship Austrian,(Br) Ritchie, Liverpool 3d inst, passengers and mdse to H & A Allan. Steamer New York, Wiucliester, St John, NB, via Eastport for Boston. Brig Martha A Berry, (of Portland) Berry. Havana 5th lust—130 hhds „3C0 boxes sugar to J Bedpath & Son. Brifi A M Owen, (Br) Cxncr, Boston. Sch Edith D Everman, Croston, Savannah—hard pine ti Curtis & Davis. j Sch M & E Henderson, Spear, Baltimore—coal to ; Jas L Farmer. Sch Hannie Westbrook, McFarland, New York— j coal to T C Her soy. Sch H Means, Dyer, Now York—coal to James & ; Williams. Julia Elizabeth, Ray, Providence, with loss of I jibboom. j Sch Sea Lyon, (Bi) Dean, Boston, to looil for Hall 1 iax, Sch M R W. (Br) Williams, Boston. Schs Arcilla, Colwell, and Lome, Flower, Boston, i to load for St John, NB. Sch Isaac Vansant, Lindsey, Boston. Sch BenJ Bates, Norton, Lynn. 1 Sch Savannah. Haskell, Frankfort for Providence. Sch Levant. Rich, Boston for Bangor. 1 Sch Bloomiug Youth, Stanley, Cranberry Isles. Sch Now Zealand, Cook. Rockland for NYork. Sch Kosciusko, Clark, TUomaston for Boston. CLEARED. Steamer Falmouth, Colby, Halifax, NS — John ! Porteous. Steemer Chase, Bennett. Halifax, NS—John Port cous. ; Brig Ofomocto, (Br) McAllister, Montevideo—S C nyer. Sch Ebcn Fislier, Reynolds, Sagua—Geo S Hunt, i Sch Clara E Regers. Rogers. Windsor, NS—master, Sch E B Beard, (Br) Lewis, St John, NB—John j Porteous. Sch Gen Kleber. Lay, Boston—Chas Sawyer. Sch Emeline, Roberts, Wiscassct. [FROM OUR CORRESrO^DENT.l BOOTHBAY, April 21—Ar, brig Kate. McLcllan, Portland for Windsor, NS. Sid, schs Kate McClintock, Dunham; Montebello, Sargent; King Fisher, ilodgdon; Humboldt, Wiley, aud Ripley Ropes, Wiley, Western Banks. Brig Millwaukec, from Calais for Providence, put into Millbridge ICtli with loss of an anchor and leak ing, having heon ashore. DO.HE.STIC PORTS. CHARLESTON-Ar 20th, sch John McAdam, Wil lard. New Ycrk. Sid 16th inst, sch Alex Hayford. Shute, Bucksville. SAN FRANCISCO—Ar 11th inst, ship Matterhorn, Arey, New York. Sid 10th, barque Sierra Nevada, for Valleio. DARIEN—Cld 11 ih, sch W J Parks, Bogart, for Falmouth. SAVANNAH—Ar 20th inst, brig H II McGilvcry, Stubbs, Belfast; schs M A McCann, Kavanaugh, and John L Tracey. Mcscrvey, New York ; M A Coombs, Coombs, aud Dione, McDonald, Portland; C W Dow, from do. Sid 16th, schs Magnet. Smith, for Jacksonville ; S P Hall. Chipmau, New York. BRUNSWICK, GA—Ar 12th, sch Eliza J Staples, Ray. Cherryfield. WILMINGTON—Ar ISth inst, brig Isola; Lord, Rocknort Me. * BALTIMORE—Below lDlh, brig Torrent, Tibbetts, i from Cardenas. PHILADELPHIA—Cld lOf.b, brigs Ella Maria, Boyd, Havana: A J Ross, Wyman, Caibaricn; sch Louisa Wilson, Holt, Savannah. Cld 19th, ship Nautilus, Anderson. Antwerp. Ar 20th, ship J Montgomery, Perkius, Antwerp; sch Wm Connors, Toole, St Jago. Below 21st, brig Geo Harris, Stowers, from Carde nas; Eudorus, Farr, do; sch Hattie E Sampson. Da vis. do. NEW YORK—Ar20tb, sclis W Boardman. Hilliard, Plymouth, NC, for New Haven; Maud Mulloch, Nor wood, Calais; Altoona, Fitzgerald, New Haven; Geo Savage, Nye, Vinalliaven ; Senator Grimes, Phil brook. Providence; E P Church. Gifford, Bristol. Ar21st, barque Palo Alto, Tenney, Cardenas 11 ds; brigs Geo W Hunt, Hunt, Matanzas; Myron us. Hig gins, Cieufuegos 15 days; Acelia Thunow, Gallison, i Cardenas 9 days; sch RI A William, Kelley, Nassau. Ar 21st, barques Gertrude, Carlisle, Matanzas; ! Florence Peters, Mitchell, do; Henry Flitner, Dicky, do; brigs Sarah Gilmore, Clifford, Trinidad; Casca tello, Simmons, Matanzas; sell Old Chad, McClin tock, Baraeoa. Ar 22d, barque Orehilla, Havener, Cay Frances. | Cld 21st, barques Josephine Martin, Fickett, Cadiz; ! M A Marshall, Wright, Buenos Ayres; brigs Wm H I Bickmore, Bickmore, Matanzas; Tubal Cain, Stone, | Matanzas; sch C W Clark, Cross, Barbadoes. Passed through Hell Gate 20th.schs Ann Elizabeth, GetcheJl. New York for Portland; E M Wells. Kel sey, do for do; Olivo Branch, do for Caiais; Judge Low, do for Boston; May Daj, do for do; Col Eddy, McBean, do for Saco; Hattie, Smith,do for Eastport; Harriet Gardiner, do for Pawtucket. PROVIDENCE—Sid 19tb, sch F A Heath, Warren, New York. Ar 21st. sch Sunbeam, Bunker, Georgetown. WARREN, RI—Sid 20th, sch Ida L Howard, Wil liams, New York. PAWTUCKET—Sid 19th, schs Annie Gus, Sawyer, Calais; S E Nash, Nash, aud Peiro, Kelley, for New i York. VINEYARD-HAVEN—Ar 21st, schs C P Gerrish, Armstrong, New York for Portsmouth ; Starlight, j Blatchford, Hoboken for Calais; Gov Coney, Ridley, do for Hallowell; Kioka, Look, from Machias for New York. Passed by 20th, sch Hattie Ross, Ulnck. Matanzas for Boston, or Portland. BOSTON—Ar 21st, schs Nellie Bowers, Stackpole, Havana; Evelyn, Bagley, Jacksonville, Fla; Lucy Hammond, Bagley, do; Winner. Plummer. Fenian - diua; Lizzie Wilson, Wilson, Brunswick, Ga; Wm Flint, Pendleton, Baltimore; Venilia, Allen, Port Johnson; David, Faust, Lord, Hobokeu; Julia, Per ry, New York; Nile, Oliver, Bath. Ar 22d, barque L T Stocker, Taylor, Cienfuegos; schs Thos Watt, Curtis, Elizabethport; Union, Den nison, Machias; M S Won son, Reed, Boothbay; Al pine, Oliver, Bath. Cld 22d, schs Carrie,(Br) Bunnell, Portland; Island Belle, Buckmaster, Vitialhaven. SALEM—Ar 21st. sch Clias Comery, Creamer. Port Johnson; Abner Taylor, Dodge, do; Marv Means, Parker, and Tangent, Newman, Elizabothport; Ami rald, Hickey, Weehawken. NEWBURYPORT—Ar 21st, schs Hyena, Gardiner, Hoboken; E H Nash, Cole, Elizabethport. FOREIGN PORTA. laviviiitf l A, l.iu lU9t, wva A 10.1, pole, Callao. Cld at Guauape 12th inst, Bhij) H S Sanford, Dun phy, Callao. In port 17th ult, ships Pacific, Blanchard; »J B Lin coln, Muaaus; 11 L Richardson, Anderson; Martha Cobb, Healey; Corsica, Havener ; Emerald Isle, Blowers; Pleiades, Chase, and Star, Vianello, air loading. At Macabi 30tli nit, ships Emma, Rich; P G Blan chard, Mclntire; Edystone, Park, and Peru, Lonng, all loading. ^ Shi fm Buenos Ayres March 9. brig Belle Prescott, Waterhouse, Portland; 11th. barqjic Mary M Bird, Packard, New York. . w In j>ort 18th ult, barques Sami B Hale. Matthews, from Portland, ar 10th; Ella. Oliver, and La I lata, Crowell, for New York, ldg; Pldlena, Chase, for Bos ton, do; A C Bean, Wooster, for New York or Bos ton; brigCarrio Winslow, Welsh, do. Sid fm Ponce prev to loth mat, sch Eri. Stcwarl. Guanilla, to load for Boston ; Carrie Mthin, An drew,, tor New York. n w Messer Smith. At Rio Janeiro 24th ult, SrlB» B W Mew«. bmiw, ^rmolne.YKtai.rforHampton Bonds’; Morancy.’Gor LAr a""BiSoee8TtU in'5f, brig &l> dark, Smith, Hinkler, Port Spain; lltli, George S Berry, Bradley, Baltimore; 12tli, Ambrose Light, Higgins, Martin ique; 13th, schs Louisa A Orr, Orr, and Speedwell, Drisko, Baltimore. _ .. At St Pierre 17th ult, brig Mary E Dana, O Noil, for North of Hatteras. _ , , _ At Kingston, .la, 9th inst. brigs A M Roberts. Jen kins, from Elizabeth port, ar Rich 28. for Cuba; Rio Grande, McLellan, trom Pensacola, nr 29th, unc. Cld at Rlavaguez 30tb ult, sch J C Libby, Fletcher, Philadelphia. . r „ . Sid fra Cienfuegos 12th, sell G V Richards, for Port ^Ar at Havana 14th, barque Oder, Rich, Portland. Sid 13th. schs Marcus Hunter, Hcnlev, Port lam I; I Izzie Dewev, Parker, and Daybreak, Blake, NYork; Eva Adell, Eaton, New Orleans. Ar at Rlatanzas 13th. brig F II Jennings, Ross, and W B Chester, Brown.Portland; barques A N Frank lin. Holbrook, and RI W Brett, Davis. New York; 14tli. Aberdeen,Treat, Philadelphia; «ch Grace Web ter. Hume, New York. Sid 13th, brig Alico Starrctt, Hooper, for North of Hatteras; sch Isaac Oberton, Achorn. Baltimore. Ar at Cardenas 15th, sell Stampede, Wbittemorc, Winteiport. Sid 13th, brig Mary C Roscvelt, Dcvercux, for New York. Ar at St John, NR. 19lh inst, brig Rocky Glen, Dorr, Portland. SPOKEN April 18, off Absccom. barque L T Stocker, from Cienfuegos for Boston. April 10. lat 37 40, Ion G7 20, brig Catharine, from St John, NB, for Porto Rico. TO HE LET, STORE AND CHAMBERS Nos. 136 and 138 south sido Commercial street, near head Widgery’s Wharf. Apply to H. N. JOSE, apldjwi* 191 Fore street. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS E. T, ELDEN & CO., NOW OFFER At one Price and no Varia tion. 20 Pieces new style Jap Silks for 25c yard; usual retail price 38c. I 22 Pieces best quality for 50c yd, well worth 75c yard. All of our Black Silks at Equally Low Prices. One Case assorted Satin Striped Piques for 37c yd, worth 62 l*2c. Trefonse best quality Kids $1.25 pair. SPECIALTIES. Bargains in Housekeeping Goods. One Case Bates Quilts $1.00 each. 10 Pieces best quality Turkey Bed Damask for $1 yd.,* very cheap. We shall sell our 2d quality tor 53e, yd; usual price 81.00 yd. 100 doz Turkey Bed Doilies $1,00 dozen. GREAT VARIETY OF Linen Damasks, Towels and Napkins, AT LE83 THAN MAKII ACTIRER^’ PRICES. Monriiing Goods Of Every Ocscripiion at Popular Prices. WHITE G OODS, A Foil Assortment at Decided Bargains. Toilet Quilts, IO Dozen Choice Patterns at less Ilian the cost of iisiporiaticu, E. T. EldSesa & Co. One Price and no Variation. No. 5 Free Street, Portland. up23 tf A A-E A £* MUSICAL TREASURE, ^oeal and Instrumental. . WREATH OF GEMS. 6-» S||,8~ Vecal. £ SSgtS . SILVER CHORD, ja aNe gS V°‘'al 3 ll-SaS gems of sacked song. Vocal ~Z GEMS OF SCOTTISH SONG, O Vocal. a 4 * A s'" GEMS OF GERMAN SONG, s !g«st! Voca1’ OPERATIC PEARLS, § |lpi= Voca' a -i-S-.Sg SHOWER OF PEARLS. 5 s< „»Vocal. 3 ORGAN AT HOME, w «ow ^ •- For Reed Organs, T Instrumental. «?“ GEMS OF STRAUSS, ® g. cp'isO Instrumental. ^ HOME CIRCLE, VOL. 1, Instrumental. ^ ^2 5!o® HOME CIRCLE, VOL. II, Instrumental. PIANISTS ALBUM, 2* ^ £>w ^ ZTS Instrumental. © •§ «l|IS riANO FORTE GEMS, cc £r§e-S-..5s Instrumental. ^ -Ssc* Sent, Post-Paid, for Retail Price. £ S §-2 5a WIfSON Ac CO., ISoston. •** .£* 5 R i. ©•?*"?\2 y C. I*. WITSOiV & CO., ’S 3 US 1 7J1 Broadwav, N. Y. »Pr23 W&S&w2wr. To Innholders and Victualers in the City of Portland. NOTICE is hereby given that the LICENSING BOARD OF THE CITY OF PORTLAND, will moot at the Aldermen’s Room, on MONDAY the fifth day of May, at 71 o’clock, for the purpose of gianting licenses to Inholuors and Victualers, who may then and there apply therefor. Given under our hands this twenty-second day of April, A. D. 1873. GEO. P. WESCOTT, •T. S. YORK. WILLIAM GOOLD, Z. A. SMITH, EDWARD II. DAVEIS. MICAH SAMPSON, FIIED’K W. CLARK, H. W. HEKSEY, Taeasurer, H. I. ROBINSON, City Clerk, Licensing Board of the City of Portland. Advertiser and Argus copy. npP23dtd City of Porllautl. iXJAHU UP II bALiTIl, ( April 21st, 1873.J ORDERED, that until otherwise directed we do , hereby designate the dump at the foot of Hano- ; ver street (City Stable lot), and the dump at the foot : of Frauklin and Smith streets, as the places for de- ' posito of rubbish, snch as dirt, shavings, sawdust, ashes, cinders, soot, hair, shreds, manure, oyster, i or lobster shells, or any other matter oi any kind (except dead animals) which may be removed from any-house, cellar, yard, or other place within the City limits. Approved April 21st, 1873. 1 hereby give notice that the “City Ordinances” relating to the doposit of rubbish in any Street, Lane, Alley, Court,Square. Public Place or unoccupied lots within the city limits, (Accept the lots designated in the foregoing order, will be strictly enforce 1 GEO. W. PARKER, City Marshal. Argus and Advertiser copy. ap23ed3m 1 Administrator’s Sale of 55cal Es tate PURSUANT to a license from tlie lion. Judge of Probate for the County of Cumborla'd, I shall sell at public auction on the thin! day of June, A. D. 1873, at ten o'clock in the f jrenoon, on the premises all the right, title and interest which William h! White, late of Windham, in said county deceased.had in, and to the Mlowmg described real estate, viz: £acre of land with mill privilege, situated at Great Falls, vv indham, Maine. Said real estate Is subject, to a provision in the will of Enoch -White deceased, dc vising one-halt of the income thereof to Mary A. ld?£ said EDOch w>>itc, during her life. Dated at W inilham this eighteenth day of Anril, A. D187J- , , . , CHARLES JONES Administrator of the Estate of WILLIAM II. WHITE. ap23w1w Copartnership. (Masons and Builders.) havo cnt"cd lulo a copurt net snip for the purpose of carrying on the Mason Business in ail its brandies under ti.!, name of CJrcrn A,,!™ r ,hr?‘ attoni to all call . In thdr lme Ail order» ,J 71°, N ,. 113 Federal street. 31 Emeryst^Tor No I Lewis street, will receive, prompt attention. WILL!AM 11. GREEN, Portland, Me., April 21,1873 J0IU^Sb-2w. Hotel Property for Sale.! rwiirJ^ SORTHBORO (MA-SS. T House, heautitnlly situated on public miles from °J' the village, on Railroad 25 atvlo and* H™1,011- House Is now and of modern I « S?,,tains 38 rooms, dance hall, b lUards&e. «abe, 55 stalls. Will be sold at a great bar 11 ’ owner wishes to rotiro from business. Apply 0 D. C. PAGE, Northboro, Mass. apr23-Gw* Notice. IS HEREBY given that I have this day given my ward Francis Stevens libertv tu trade and act for himself, and I shall not claim aiiy of his earnings nor pay any of Ilia debts after this date. FREEMAN HARDING GREEN. Gorham April 22. 1873. apr23*3w NEW ADVERTISEMENTS FIRST DOSE On a Boston Police Officer. U. R. Stevens, Esq. : B08T0*-NoT' 13>1871 ’ Dear Sir—In the spring otl8C91 was stricken down with fever, which had a long am 1 almost hnneln,. The best medical advico being in attendant I was taken through the fever; but it left me torriblv’reduc ed aud weak, with excruciating painsln iny side, back and hips I was completely rro-trated with Kidney Complaint, and no medicine seemed to reach my case In this condition I was persuaded to try VEGli XINE by a friend whom it cured of the same disease, and it seemed as though I could leel the effect ot the first dose through my whole system; and from that moment I begin t mend, gradually crowing better from day to-day; and I followed on with the VEGE TINE, until it completely restored me to health, since which time I have been able to perform roy duties as a police officer, enjoying good health; and there is no doubt about the great value of VEGETINE iu Kid ney Ccmplaiut and similar diseases. I am, sir, respectfully, LA FAYETTE FORD, 561 Broadway. „ J?1,'6®*®8 of tho Kidneys, Bladder, Ac., aro always i t'v-L-r!a.lllt' i111,1 at thm s they become the most ills- I humor**,!!.! dangerous diseases that can affect the j from ImnnrhSa ,3l",st diseases of the Kidneys arise I settle on tlj» parm^VEafe?^1"8 I' " DIcD tho organs of the t^y^'v^ETmE^ “'n't l° “!! Druggists. 3 > r-tiLriNE is sold by all | Hp Read the Advertisement ASD WAS CTKED. II. K. Stevens, Egq. : Dear Sir—In expressing my thanks to vou tor bon efits derived from tho use of VEGETINE an«l tn benefit others, 1 wilfcstate— When eight or nine years old I was afflicted with Scrofula, which made its appearance in my eyes,fnce, and head, aud I was very near blind for two years! All kinds of operations w ere jierformed ©n my eyes, and all to no good results. Finally the disoase prin cipally settled in my body, limbs and feet, uLd at times'in an aggravated way. Last summer I was, from some cause, weak in my spine and kidneys, and it was at times very hard to retain the urine. Seeing your advertisement in the Commercial, I bought a bottle ot VEGETINE, and commenced using according to directions. In two or three days I obtained great reliel. After using' four or live bottles I noticed it had a wonderful effect on the rough i-ealv blotches on my body and legs. I still used VEGETINE, and the humorous sores one after another disappeared until they were ail gone, and I attribute the cure of the two diseases to VEGETINE and nothiug else. If I am ever affected with anything of the kind again, I snail try VEGETINE as the only reliable remedy. Once more accept my thanks, and believe mo t be, \ ery respectfully, AUSTIN F. PARROTT. Dee. 1,187i'. No. 33 Gano St., Cincinnati, O. aPr-4_ W&Sd2t “Truth is Mighty, ami will Prevail, VEGETOE POTiflcs the Blootl and Restores the Health. SEVENTY-ONE YEAKS OF AGE. East Marshfield, Aug. 22, lsro. Mr. Stevens ; IT Dear Sir—I am seventy-one years of age; bavo suf fered many yean witli Kidney Complaint, weakness in my back and stomach. I was induced bv friends to try your Vegeiink, ami I think it the best medi cine for weakness of the Kidneys I ever used. 1 have tried many remedies for this ’complaint, and never found so much relief as from the Vegf.tine it strengthens and invigorates the whole system, ilmy ol my acquaiutances have taken it, and I believe it to bo goal for all tho complaints for which it is ree ommeuded. Yours trnlv, JOSIAH A. SHERMAN EXPERIENCE-DF TEARS. Charlestown, Mass. -March 19.1S72. H. R.Stevens: This is to certify that I have used yonr “Blond Preparation” (Vegetine) in my fhmily for several years, and thiuk that for Scrofula or Cankerous Hu mors, or Rheumatic affections, it cannot bo excelled; and as a blood purifier aud Spring medicine, it is tho best tiling 1 have ever used; and 1 have used almost everythin®. 1 can cheerfully recommend it to any in need of such a medicine. Yom s respectfully, MRS. A. A. DINSMORK. 19 Russell Street. WHAT IS NEEDED. ,r T, C Bostox, Feb. 13,1871. Mr. II. E. Stevens : ’ Dear Sir—About one year since I found myself In a feeble condition from general debility. VEGET1NE was strongly recommended to me by a friend who liad been much benefited by its use. I procured the article and, after using several bottles, was restored to health, and discontinued its use. I feel quite con fident that there is no medicine superior to it for those complainte for which it is especially prepared, and would cheerfully recommend it to those who feel tha! they need something to restore them to perfect health. Respectfully vours, _. U. L. PF.TTINGILL, Firm of S. M. Pettlngill & Co. It) State St., Boston. Vegetke extends its influence into evety part oi the human organism commencing with its founda tion, correc ing diseased action and restoring vital powers, c oating a healthy formation and purification of the blood, driving out disease, and leaving Nature to iwrform its allotted task. Vegetixe iss dd bv all druggists. wlmi7. ABRAMSi A BBO., Auctioneers and Commission Jlcrchnul., give tbeir special attention to selling Heal Estate, Furniture and Merchandise of all kinds. Horses Car riages, Ac. Advances made on consignments. Reg ular Sales of new and second-hand Furniture at tho Auction Booms every Saturday morning. Commu nications by moil promptly attended to AR 5A.list &. BROTHER, 125 Federal St., under the U. S. Hotel. N. B. Money advanced on Watches, Jewelry Furniture, Clothing, and all goods of value. aP'-'1_____dtf FOR SALE. ON liberal terms, a valuable tract of Timber and Wood lands comprising 15.000 acres, situated on the Androscoggin river, witbin 90 miles from Port land. That river and the Grand Truuk Railway pass through the property; facilities for logging superior, and quality and quantity of timber un-urpass d. For further particulars and maps apply to WM. KttONUElUi. Own-r. apr23dlw Nos. i and 0 Pine St., N. V. City. FOR SALE, \ COUNTRY Gr ocery an 1 Dry Goods Store in -£\- Mi Idlesex Co., 16 miles from Boston, with a good class of customers. Post Office in tho srore. Amount of stock about $4000. To the light man a good chance is offered to j do a safe and iDcreasing business. Address C. L. HOWARD. apr23dlw Wavland, Mass. XSsire Ciiaucc lor Agents. to $15 a day. Business light and pleasant. fjPO Call at 1 Tolman Place from 12M. till2 P. M., and from G to 8 P. M., or address with stamp, C. MEEK, Portland, Me. apr23-lw* Staay Cow. CAME into the onclosure of iho snbsciibcr, this day, a led cow, about eight years old. The owner is required to prove property, pay charges and take her away. A. n HILLMAN Cape Elizabeth April 21 1873 aj>r23*lw Warned A MAN whc» understands repairing Furniture. Apply at 125 Federal St. apr23 tt exhTb 1 TI on" ff beg ionvc to iuforin my CiiHiomcm nn«l the Public in general thru I will exhibit Wednesday, April 23. TilJE LATEST \OVELTIE4 —or— SPRIXG GOODS French, English and Domestic, in the greateM variety. Soliciting your cateciupd cnUi to examine good* and price*. I remain, yoata very respectfully, T . LO B E N S T E IJV, KO. 4 »EEI23I*G BLOCK. np21 2w B o¥ J> s . New York City - . - *,* “ “ “ - . g> Brooklyn City - - 6’s Jersey City - . - 7’f Elizabeth City • - - 7’s Canada Southern R. R., Gold, - 7rs B. & Cedar Rapids R. R.» Gold, - 7’s Northern Pacific R. R.» Gold, - 7-30* -EOT! SALE BY R. A. BIRD, 97 Exchange St _______ f«b23 DRIJGGISTS STAND FOR SALE ! One of the very best stands In the city for a Druggist, is on the corner of Fore and India Streets, which is now offered for Sale. For particulars inquire immediately of Lufkin & Co., No. 2 Woodman Block. MRS. ELIZA A. CUSHMAN. Portland, April JB, 1870. aprlBdtf I MISCELLANEOUS. ALLEN A CO. % Wo- have just received direct from the Importers their SPRING STYLES FINE WOOLENS FOR Gentlemen’s Wear ! Please Call and Examine ! We have also in Stock a line of* Fine j Custom Ecady°fEadc CLOTHING i OF OUR O W N ( j j DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE, j which has the same genteel appearance as those made to order. 87 MIDDLE STREET ! POHTLAND. April 1C, 1873. WF&M3U h;m;payson&co, Bankers ami Brokers, OFFEB EOB SALE Portland City .... o' Bangor 6’ St. Louis ..... G’s St Louis County 7’s Cook County - - - - 7’s Chicago - * .... 7’g Columbus, Oliio - - - 8’s Dayton, Ohio - ... 8’s Leeds Sc Farmington R. R., guaranteed G’s , Portland & Rochester R. It. - - 7’s I Maine Central R. R. - - - 7’s i Central R. R. of Iowa (’old - - 7’s j Chicago, Danville & Vincennes K. R., Gold, - • ■ - - - 7’s Northern Pa ific R. It. Gold - 7-80’s Government Bonds, Bank Stocks and Gold Bought and Sold. I 32 Exchange StrceS, PORTLAND’ »P2 _ ____ dll BONDS. | Portland City - - - - G’s Rockland City.G’s Bath City.G’s LangorCity G’s St. Louis City.G’s Leeds & Farmington, (Guaranteed,) G’s Maine Central, Consolidated. • • 7’s Cook County, Illinois, - - • 7’s Wayne County, Illinois. - - J’s Iowa Central, Gold, - - - • 7’s Toledo, Ohio, - - . 7.80's Northern Pacific Gold, ... 7.80’s West Wisconsin R. R., Gold, - - 7Js Atlantic & St. Lawrence R. R. Stock and Delered Rent Script Bought. FOB BALE BY Wifi. E. WOOD, Ag’t, J. B. Brown & Sons, BANKERS, I¥o. 40 Exchange St., PORTLAND, MAINE. Business the same as an Incur porated Bank. Interest allowed on Deposits. Dealers in Government Bonds. Gold and Foreign Exchange. Investment Securities constant- * ly on hand. Ja.i29_ _ i«tl BONDS FOR S A Ij E. Portland City . - - U s Bangor “ U’s St. Louis “ U’s Elizabeth, N. J„ • 7’s Cleveland “ 7’s Toledo “ ... s’. Cook County, 111.. ... 7’s Marion County, Iud., - . 8’s Maine Central R. It. - . 7’s Portland & Rochester R. R. . 7’s Atchison, Topeka & Saute Ee Cold 7’s Northern Pacific It. R. Cold - 7-30’s Chicago. Dan. & Tin. R. R. Coid - 7’s Atlantic & St. Lawrence R. R. Stock and Dcf. Kent Scrip BOUGHT BY Swan & ilaiTdt. 109 MIDDLE STREET. fel24 _ Carpets Cleaned —AT— FOSTER’S DYE HOUSE, nut. 21 I'JHOV STREET. Orders left at Forest. City Dye House, 313 Congress street, or at the Dye House ou Union street t#*So charge for trucking. apl4dtf

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