Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, April 28, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated April 28, 1873 Page 2
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——oa————■MlaiiliMMM——i THE PRESS. MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 28, 1873. KVriJiV regular attache of the Paisas la furnished with a card certificate countersigned by Stanley X. Pi&ldn, Editor. All railway, steamboat and bote managers will confer a favor upon ns by demanding credentials of even person claiming to represent our, as we have information that several um mers” are seeking courtesies lu tbonaroe o Prkss, and we have no disposition to be, ovcn Wely. a party to such fraod. V. do not read anonymous letters and comrouni cuU ms. The name and address of the writer are in nil oHf*ei io IIspo ab e, not necessarily for publication but us a gaaranty ofgood faith. W: cannot undertake to return or re erve com raunicauous that arc not used. We iegret to learn that cx-Governor Coburn la again suffering from a relapse of his long and severe sickness. The Star of yesterday was an unusually bright and full number. Its editor is a jour nalist of experience, culture and talent, and makes a very readable Sunday paper. The New York Herald prints a quintuple I sheet about every Sunday, which contain one hundred and twenty columns, thirty-seven being reading. Life is too brief and fitful to allow one t > do justice to such papers In one of our eastern cities there is a phy sician '.r.:ll along in years, quite as famous for fierce philippics as persuasive pellets. On being iuformed not long since that two gen tlem-'^been elected to direct municipal affairs that he deemed the worst possible, he exclaimed with much energy and feeling: “God has resigned.” A Washington despatch says that ex Congressman Peters of this Stite and Cox of New York, have notified the Secretary of the Treasury that their $6000 of back pay will not be drawn from the Treasury. This is no more than we might expect ol Judge Peters but who is the next volunteer in this select com pany? The New York Assembly has passed a bill which suppresses the prize packages boy, his unwholesome candy and brass jewelry on rail* road trains in that State. Our careful law givers sent a prohibition at the industrious prize package boy in their annual budget of 1872, but so long as three card monte Is play ed in opeu defiance of the law it isn’t worth while to trouble the Industrious peddler, though he is a perpetual terror to nervous people. AEvrstromthe Indian country should al ways be received with great allowance, for the reason that it Is very often manufactured by interested parties. Under the incitement of the Modoc trouble, the men on the fron tiers who fatten off of Indian wars, just now see their opportunity to exasperate the coun try against this unfortunate people and con sequently there will come to the press, rumor after rumor of Indians on the “war path” and a general “Indian war” and scores of stories of thefts and murders to be contra dicted in time from Washington. The fact that the Grand Lodge of Good Templars should pass resolutions denouncing the cider legislation, so called, of last year is natural and consistent, but the fact that the gentleman who introduced the resolution and most persistently advocated it in the re cent meeting was the same one who, as a member of the committee of the State Tem perance Convention to present its view.) be fore the Legislature, asked that body to take the very action on the questfon that it did, is passing strange. In view of these facts it appears that the Rev. Mr. Randall took this very round about method to denounce himself. At any rate,' the gentleman appears to have seriously compromised his consistency. The British Government now has another inter-national question to solve, growing out of the fact that the Carlists in Loudon are openly soliciting and receiving money which is to be devoted to the cause of that faction in Spain. The Spanish minister has taken note of the fact and entered the protest of his gov ernment against the act and demanding that the British authorities take measures to have it discontinued as Spain regards it as a violation of international law. Mr. Gladstone does not so regard it and sees no way of hindering people giving money to whatever cause they choose. Some of the leading English papers, however, arc of the opinion that the act comes within the scope of the rules laid down at Geneva and would cause Great Britain trouble in the future were Spain a more pow erful nation. The latest accounts from Spain too plainly Indicate that the greatest danger of the Re public lies In the aissentions of the ambitious and intriguing men whose only aspiration is to rule. Thus far the people of the country have shown a disposition to support the republic and defend it against its ene mies. It has been demonstrated that the Carlists could make no stand against the gov ernment were the so called friends and cham pions of the Republic patriotic, united and devoted (o the true interests of the country. But they are not, and judging from the past there is no reason to expect that they will be, and in this fact lies the danger that is almost inevitable. The people will soon become weary with the unceasing strife and in their despair will cling to any power that will promise peace. Is we remember correctly, Mr. Washington Gilbert of Bath was extremely anxious that the State should avail itself of his ser vices as one of the Justices of the Supreme Court. Judging from a “card” published in the Bath Times by Mr. Gilbert, he has not suceeeded in convincing His Excellency of his fitness and if he continues to write such “open letters” those who have heretofore sup ported him will begin to wonder why they ever did it. Thus Mr. Gilbert shows Jus ju U1UM ^IMUUl/D • “Although again overthrown in ray person, rthis, your last effort, by ertraordinary cir jumstances, you are not slain. The record of the people of this county in every duty as citizens, and for heroic patrotism in every period of dismay and distress, cannot lie sur passed by that of any community. Remain steadfast. Be true to God and your country and true to your manhood, and the day of the redemption from the partizan bondage, which has hitherto held us, will at length gome.” Isn’t this a bit florid for the bench? A Washington despatch says that cx Senator John Pool who hasn’t received a cabinet portfolio, a foreign mission, or any good place, has become head centre ol “The Workingmen of America”—an organ ization that has spread itself over twenty states. It is further asserted that it is the same crowd of hard working people that nominated Mr. Justice Davis of the Uni'ed States Supreme Court in the winter of 1872. People may have forgotten about the fact, there were so many candidates, but the name of that hard fisted yeoman will be found in the multitude jf his million and a half of shekels isn’t discoverable in the tax lists of 1 u CTtry- The Washington managers, ™ C.°.^C8C are *«*y hacks in bad luck, as s r a ie old war horses of both parties fhev'srp^rH5- ^ l“.e orS*®'*ation, which trial interesuTf 'the 2? *“ J? iudu.3 to plant such parties now, and when™ 7Jl movement comes up like the anti ! monopoly in the West, it is uot ukely Zt the people in earnest will select a ,ot “ worthless fellows to lead them. ____________ South Windham.—It is reported that the magnificent water power at South Windham, on the line of the Portland and Ogdcnsburg Railroad will soon be examined by a wealthy manufacturing company of Massachusetts, with a view of occupying the same. It is a matter of surprise that such a power has re mained unoccupied so long. To settle a bet a petition was recently pre sented for signature to a worthy citizen of De troit, Micb., praying for tho abolition of the fire and police departments and his own execu tion. He glanced at the first few lines and put down bis name. Mr. Back’s Sermon. Park stieet church was closely filled yester dal hy nn audience representing all shades of religions opinion, to listen to a sermon from tho pastor, Bev. Mr. Buck, evoked by the attack which had beeu made upon his Easter sermon in the Second Parish East Pay meeting, and elsewhere—the accusation of infidelity and heresy having beeu freely made, and a very general jiuhlic attention having been directed to the matter, which afforded an opportunity for the pastor to speak on tho subject of CHKISTIAJilTY AKD IFIDELITY. The sermon was from the following text: But this I confess nnto thee, that after the man ner which they call heresv, so worship I the God of my Fathers—Acts. 21, H. The preacher opened with a statement that be had no war to wage with persons but only wi'h ideas; for, although he was to speak of infidel ity, and the term “infidel” is in common uso an epithet of arrogant offensiveness, bearing a charge of wickedness and a flavor o in. u , and so is a convenient missile for wordy war file, it is not at all in that bad sense that ,t concerns us to day'. Wo said could the better class of my theolog ica?opponents but see with what heavy reluct { disagree with them in matters so import ant lmw unwilling I am to stand publicly in opposition to the views of men whose personal worth 1 so much respect, they would see also tb" power of the conviction which compels me. I desire to be at peace with them and with men of every class; and while I am ready always cheerfully to take such part as I may lie able in an earnest and honorable conflict of opinions, I am convinced that nothing is gained to Chris tian edification by brawling with the brawler, or striking with the striker. Our principal subject is Christianity; for In fidelity is simply rejection of Christianity. If we would know then wliat specific negatives constitute Infidelity, we must ask what nega tives amount to rejection of Christianity, and at once we meet the question, What is Christiani ty? The speaker went on to show by quotations from Chunder See, the Hindoo reformer, and llichard Baxter, what varieties of doctrine are included under the term Christianity. Prior to entering upon the main question, he discussed what he called “Protestant Infallibility,” and in this connection adduced sharp criticisms of the assumption of infallibility of dogma from Bishop Watson, an Episcopalian, S. T. Coler idge, and the following from Bishop Hoadly of the Episcopal church in a satirical address to the Pope: “We have all sufficiently felt the load of the two topics of heresy and schism. We have been persecuted, hanged, burned, massa cred (as your holiness well knows) for heretics and schismatics. But all this hath not made us sick of those two words. We can still throw them about us, and play them off upon others, as plentifully and as fiercely as they are dispen sed to us from your quarter. You thunder out the sentence agaiust us. IFe think it ill man ners to give it you back again; but we throw it out upon the next brethren that come in our way; and they upon others; and so it goes round till some perhaps have sense andcourage enough to throw it hack upon those who first begun the disturbance by pretending to authority where there can be none.” He said he was sorely tempted to multiply order that he might show more conclusively than by his own speech, wliat a ludicrously weak and foolish thing those are afraid of, who, almost yielding to a noble and enlightening doubt, turn pale with apprehension lest some man, or some church, or some churches, or all churches should call them as the pagans called the early Christians, infidel and atheist. He admitted the presumption in favor of the correctness of the opinions held by the majori ty, and proceeded to show by what considera tions that presumption is annulled. He added, I will introduce, in this connection, but one oth er quotation with which I may fitly close this branch of the lubject. And if there is any on* who, by reason of longing for sympathy, that “gregarious instinct” of which I have spoken, is exposed to being wounded, aggrieved or intimi dated by epithet or excommunication from any who deal in those matters,let him attend to these words of Bishop Hare of the Episcopal church, and take courage: “Every mean person who has nothing to recommend him but bis orthodoxy, and owes that perhaps wholly to his ignorance, will think (if you venture to publish au unfash ionable opinion) he has a right to trample upon you with contempt, to asperse your character with virulent reflections, to run clown your writ ings as mean and pitiable performances, and give hard names to opinions which he does not understand.”]—Sparks’ Collection^ v. 2, p. 178.] Resuming the question “What is Christiani ty?” he defined it in the most general terms as “the religion which was revealed to man in Jesus,” which was his own religion since it could not he revealed in him unless it existed in him. Jesus’ religion was “devotedness to the will of God, as revealed to his own spiritual discernment.” If then, that was his religion, that is Christianity; and it follows that whoev er cherishes devotedness to the will of God, as that will is in any way revealed to his discern ment, he is a Christian. In that sense of the word, Matthew Tiudal well might claim that “Christianity [is] as old as the creation;” and Augustine said well that “what is now called the Christian religion, has existed among the ancients, aud was not ab sent from the beginning of the human race un til Christ came in the flesh, from which time the true religion which existed already began to be called Christian.” And with similar under standing of Christianity, Justin Martyr, one of the earliest fathers of the church, said that “those who live according to the Word [Logos], are Christians, notwithstanding they may pass with you for atheists. Such araoDgthe Greeks were Socrates and Horakleitos aud the like. The speaker at this point made a digression to say that all dogma, as such, is put out of court by this definitiou. There is no occasion, if this view of Christianity prove to be tenable, to dispute with any one concerning doctrines of Trinity, Atonement, Depravity, Original Sin in finite Guilt or Apostolic Succession—no occasion for the hatred, persecutions and cruelties which other interpretations of Christianity have in spired; no occasion when a doubt of accepted doctrine is declared for the petty wrath that sputters frothy in the public walks, or for the heroic venture where one rashes, all undismay ed, to assume the mission of defender *f tue faith. One may hesitate to affirm that there was a physical resurrectiou of Jesus, nay, one may even unequivocally reject that narrative, and may still, according to Augustine and Jus tin Martyr, be a Christian. Proceeding to define more particularly, he confirmed from Jesus’ words the general definitiou already- given and quoted further corroborative testimonies from George Eliot in Middiemarcli, Henry Ward Beacher, Rev. Dr. Thompson, rector of Christ Church,New York, Rev. Mr. Martiueau and Dean Stanley, the celebrated English divine. He continued: “And now, my friends, I show you a marvel. Christianity as here de fined, proved and confirmed by illustrious tes timonies is intolerantly rejected by men who assert a special and peculiar title to the Christ ian name! To them Christianity is something other than that or it is nothing. If any one shall venture, before them, to declare his belief in only this Christianity,there are examples enough to teach him what to ex pect; lie will not he surprised when the words “heretic” and “infidel” arc flung towards him with pious malice and impotent zeal. After a brief exuortation to independence of thought and action in religious matters, he pro ceeded to quote from Abraham Liucolu aud Dean Stanley, a description of the probable church of the future, founded on the two com mandments of Jesus, and closed as follows: Such undoubtedly will bo the church of the future;aud the triumphs of Christianity are de layed until that day shall rise; the day when differences of theological opinion may he ami cably considered. When “theological hate” shall have become an extinct volcano, when every branch of the Christian vine shall confess its nurture from the common soil of humanity, when creeds shall have lost their sanctity as Christian tests, and the truth shall be acknowl edged that “Reiieion nuro unchanged m spirit, though ns forms and codes Wear myriad modes, Contains all creeds within its mighty span,— The lore of God, displayed in love to mail.” North Conway. Tho Kiarsarge Houso l»a3 been newly painted and frescoed during the winter, and will be re opened about the first week in June, with a grand ball to the music of Chandler’s best. James is a good caterer, and we all think he is “adequate to the task.” I. T. Randall & Co. are putting up a fine store, to he completed by the first of July. It stands nearly opposite the North Conway House, and will he very attrac. tive to the shopping classes. Tho three little Robins all in one r.est are growing finely, and will soon he ont with other young ladies to have their pictures taken. Tease can de it as well as “any other man.” We do not Press him to sond us along a copy. We Wagoued along to Bartlett, but got adrift and for a luncheon pur chased a good sized Turnover for just au even dollar. __ E. News and Other Items. The Rhode Island medical society has deter mined to admit women to full membership. "Atlantic sufferers” aro begging in Western cities. Leprosy has lately made frightful havoc among I he nativos of tho Sandwich Islands and other groups in the South Pacific. Sunday, the 27tb, was the anniversary of the birth of President Grant, who was born in Cler mont county, Ohio, in 1822. The Indianapolis (Ind,) Journal pledges itself to oppose the re-election of any Congressman who voted for tho back salary bill. Gen. Thomas Ewing for Governor and Rush R. Sloane for Licutenant-Governer is one of the Democratic programmes in Ohio. The work of demolishing the Palace and Hope gates at Quebec progresses rapidly, and thus the glory of the city is passing away. A Florida man has killed 900 alligators since 6 middle of December, none of them les3 than five feet long. cln.o^u*110^0 city Bovernment has voted to night. 8a 00118 at **al* pa3t e‘even o’clock at puWidy^eWMing'iu^BJum801 ^ ^^ ernment. *U'moro on self-gov Three ladies have been ow,.., of directors of the MassaeUusett? society^ for the prevention of cruelty to animals. J A Pennsylvania farmer, recently a member of a jury at Pittsburg, which was kept out two days, contracted a cold in the jury-room, and soon after reaching home died. The Richmond State Journal thinks the “ne gro, supremacy” bugbear played out with the Democracy. The people demand better schools, better houses and more material prosperity. Secretary Richardson has prepared a system for the appointment, the selection and t e ex animation of candidates for clerkships m the Treasury Department which is far more practi cal and useful than the plan now used. The Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention has adoped sections of the railroad article pro hibiting “fast freight” lines, combinations of coal and railroad companies to increase rates of j transportation, and the watering of stock. A convict in San Diego received from his friends a number of letters saturated with morphine. When ho had collected sufficient he chewed them, and by thus poisoniDg himself avoided death on the gallows. It was evidently a genial toper who remark ed:—‘‘It is true that one swallow does not make a spring; but the little it does make is consider ably more than we’ve had cf it for some time past.” The women's centennial association of Phil adelphia is to bo mado national. The princi pal office will he in Philadelph.a, with branch offices in each of llie several States and terri tories. Ex-Senator Caldwell of Kansas says he has left politics forever, and will devote himself hereafter to commercial pursuits. What played the dickens with him was trying to ,combine the two in commercial politics. The Springfield Republican considers “it is a good sign that so many of our religious papers seem disposed to let up a little ou the Jews, and tljose other old-world sinners, and to de vote themselves to the little moral inadverten cies of American Christians.” The Wilmington (Del.) Commercial has at length discovered that the peach crop promises to be the largest that has been grown for sever al years. I* the central and lower portions of the Peninsula, it says, the trees have bloomed, and are literally covered with the rose-tinted blos soms. A London correspondent of the Woman’s Journal says: “A majority of the Scotch members of parliament are in favor of the en franchisement of women, and I believe the same might be said of the Scotch clergy, if they were canvassed upon the subject as the members have been-” STATE NEWS. An URUBVUUUU VAJ U.M 1 . Capt. Holland of Lewiston, is at his business again after a serious illness. The building of the workshop in connection with the Auburn jail has been let to Patterson & Edmunds for St,150. It is to be three stories high and 30x50 feet. KENNEBEC COU.MV. Two cars of the. freight train were thrown from tiie track just above Laug’s Mills in Vas salboro', Friday forenoon. One of the cars was heavily loaded. Tho crew at work on the bridge near by- were called upon, and after two hours’ hard work the cars were again upon the track. Sup. Liucoln is laying a track from the main road at Kendall’s Mills to the end of the toll bridge, to facilitate travel. KNOX COUNTY. The town of Camden has paid the last of her bonds. TENOBSCOT COUNTY. Rev. Dr. Field left Baugor last Friday for Europe. Engineer Hull, lately injured on the E. & N. A. Railroad, died on Friday. It is reported that Pollard and Gray are to build a mill at the Basin Mills for the manu facture of paper from wood. BISCATAQUIS COUNTY. At the annual town meeting held in Guilford the town voted to exempt from taxation all manufacturing establishments hereafter erect ed in said town and all machinery and capital used for operating the same, for the term of ten years from the 10th day of March, 1873. WASHINGTON COUNTY. Campobollo Island, near Eastport, is to bo turned into a summer resort. John Lamson, Esq., a well-known citizen of Lubec, is dangerously ill. Calais is to have lave a new line of freight vessels to run between that port and Boston. W. W. Pike was seriously Injured at his opera house, Calais, last Saturday evening, by falling from a ladder upon the foot lights. YORK COUNTY Snow fell in Hollis last winter to tho aggie gate depth of 13G inches. The Baptists of Saco are to have a new church building. Harding of Boston is preparing the plaus. D. Johnson, Superintendent of bridges on the Maine Central Railroad, was in Biudeford Friday after men to assist in rebuilding the bridge reeently destroyed at Kendall’s Mills, says the Times. The Biddeford House will be open to the pub lic the 28th inst. [Press Correspondence.; The balance of the appropriation for the im plement of Wells harbor wili bo expended the present season under the superintendence of George H. Hobbs, Esq., of that place. Several dwelling house are being erected at Springvale the present season, and there are hut few villages in the State that can show a larger increase in business and population than this. An extensive revival is now in progress in the old Congregational church at Kittery Point under the ministrations of Rev. G. W. Chris tie. a student at Andover, Mass. Public religious services will be resumed at Sbaker Village, Alfred, early iu June. Elder John B. Vance will officiate. The new jail and the House of Correction at Alfred is nearly completed and will he rcady for occupancy in May. IN GENERAL. The Whig states that there is a rumor that anight train will soon he put on between St. John and Halifax. It is rnmored that the changes of conductors on the Maine Central traius that were to have taken place this week will be deferred on ac count of the burning of the bridge. Virus in the Air We kuow that a peculiar poison is evolved from marshy ground and lrom the decomposing filth of cities by the snushiuo of spriDg, and that this ele ment which is too subtle to be detected by scientific analysis, produces epidemic fovors, aggravates dys pepsia and all billons disorders, disturbs the bow..!-, relaxes the nerves and debilitates tho 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 Hostct 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 agseeablc as well as efiectnai, and eminently safe and wholesome. SPECIAL NOTICES. FIRST DOSE On a Boston Police Officer. „ „ ^ „ BOSTON, Nov. 15,1871. H. R. 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Teach the dear Boys while they are young To make good use of all their time;' To watch with 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 find 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 _snd6t BANK OP PORTLAND. On, and after this date, the undersigned will carry on a strictly Banking business, at the Banking Rooms now occupied by the Second National Bank, in Portland, Maine, under the stylo of the “BANK OF PORTLAND” and as such, wUl receive Deposits mid make Discounts, in the regtflar course of the Banking Business. W. N. GOOLD. Portland, June 24th, 1S72. juu23newlt then sn tf # To Lei. THE commodious four storied Brick Store, No. 57 Commercial St.—immediate posnsinn given. Inquire of ELIAS THOMAS & CO., No. SO Commercial St. Or ol W. W. THOMAS, Canal National Eank. aeptlTsntf FIRST IN THE FIELD ! MAINE STATE HOSPITAL FAIR. In addition to my donation to the above institution I propose to sell AT COST. (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 GOST! and have them sent home. Please meution when you come that you want I be goods for the Fair, and no porilt will bo asked. A. Q. LEACH 84 Midddle Street. aprS. su3w For Sale. Preble House Hack and Livery Stock. Consisting of Coaches, Hacks Barouches, togcather with the en tire Livery Stock. Tha above Stock is first class and will be sold at a bargain. Stable for sale or Lease. JOSHUA DAVIS & CO. _apr24sndtfPreble House Stable. nouse tor Sale. AT GORHAM, ME., a large handsome two story house, rooms of both stories or good size and height on a fine lot having 274 rods front on South St., a short distance from Church, Post-office and Depot. The Choice Sitnatiou in Gorham: besides numerous and fine shade trees, flower beds and hedges, there are nearly a hundred fruit trees, apple, crab-apple, pear, peach and cherry, ten grape vines, and a good garden containing many currant bushes, gooseberry bushes, strawberry and asparagus beds lino pieplant, ‘tc. There are about 33 acres of land, affording pasturage and many choice house lots. Inquire of JOHN W PERKINS. Portland, or Rev. Geo- A. Perkins, on the premises. marl2entf FOR PIMPLES ON THE FACE, Blackhead anil Fleshworm, uso PERRT’S imnrov ed Cptuedone and Pimple Remedythe JreKkin medicine. Prepared only by S ’ 2 VpFRRY De™»St>« Bond »' / T/ SMd by everywhere._ mar22d&'w9n6ml7 A BOOK FOR EVERF MAN. THE “SCIENCE OF LIFE, OR SELF PRES ERVATION,” a Medical Treatise on tbe Cause and Core of Exhausted Vitality, Premature Decline in Man, and Nervous and Physical Debility, Hypochon dria. Impotency. Spermaton-lusa or Seminal Weak ness, and other diseases arising fiom the errors of youth or the indiscretions cr excesses of mature years. This is indeed a book for every man. Thou sands have been tAUghtby this work the true way to health and happiness. It is the cheapest and best medical work ever published, and the only one on this class of Ills worth reading. 190th edition, revis ed, much enlarged, illustrated, bound in beautiful

French cloth. Price only Sent Jgr»Svll4.f US? paid, on receipt of price. Address 1 EABOpY MED ICAL INSTITUTE, No. 4 Bnlflnch street. Boston, Mass., or Dr. W. H. PARKER, Assistant Physician. N. B. The author may be consulted on the abovo as well as all diseases requiring skill and experience. mar31sneod&wiy SPECIALNOTICES. wonderful cuiVks ! O R» ^RAIVIV, OF BOSTON, Who has made so many Wonderful Cures all over New England States, Is at tho ® PREBLE HOUSE, And will Remain a Few Weeks. Every invalid shou'd seo 1dm, no matter what their complaint may bo, 20,000 Patients have been Treated by him within the last ten years, with Wonderful Success. Read the followiaijj Wonderful Cures iu Maine: Dr. Urann, who has made so many wonderful cures in this town and others, will remaiu iu town but a short t irae longer. Ho has had good success. The ca^e of Mr. J. B. ltedman, Attorney at Law in this town, is truly a wonderful one, when Dr. Urann was called to see him a week 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 persons 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. Tills will certify that I was troubled wilh Sciatic Rheumatism and suffered great paiu, was unable to sleep without taking morphine, could not walk. I was carried to Dr. Uraim’s office, at the DeWitt House, and after one treatment was free from pain, and have been able to work ever since. A. W. BAILEY. Auburn, May 7,1869. Lewiston, May 7, I860. This will certify that I bad lost tbo use of my lowor limbs and was unable to walk or oven stand, had several physicians who pronounced my case incura ble. He iring of Dr. Urann’a Wonderful Cures, I sent for him. In less than a week was able to walk in tho streets, and can now walk two miles daily. JAMES F. BRADBURY. Ellsworth, Oct. 8,1857. To the MAcniA.s 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, ho will be looked upon with sus picion, particularly as his cures 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 also so lame as to nearly disable me. I could not dress or undress my self, or get oft the bed without heir*. He treated my case last Friday morning, and in less than an hour after I was able to walk home, a distance ot nearly half a mile, up hill, without crutches, and have been gaining ever since. J. K. JORDAN, mch26sntfformerly Deputy Sheriff. FOR MOTH, PATCHES, FRECKLES And TAN, use FERRY’S Moth and Freckle Lotion. It is reliable and harmless. Sold by Druggists everywhere. Depot, 49 Bond St., N. Y. mar22 d&wsn6ml7 If yon want a nice photograph or Tin Type, go to A. M. McKenny’s, 161 Middle Street. He warrants them as good as can be made in Port lon/i AiiritanAorltf ON THE BREAKFAST, LUNCHEON,' DINNER AND SUPPER TABLE, LEA & PERRINS’ Worcestershire Sance IS INDESPENSABLE. JOHN DUNCAN’S SONS, New York, Agents for the United States. octJft eodsnly MARRIED. In Belfast, April 9, Sam’l Norton, Sheriff of Waldo, and Mrs. Cynthia Blake of Winterport. In New Sharon, April 2, George w. Nickerson and Mrs. Pbebe Brainard. In Fairfield, April 8, Albert P, Scribner and Miss Sarah Atwood. DIED. In this city, April 27th, Edith W., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reuel Small, aged one month. In Deeriug, April 25, Mrs.Lydia Bradstrect, widow of Simon Bradstreet of Gardiner. In Cumberland Mills, Anril 23, Mrs. Hope P. Star bird, aged 52 years 10 months. In Windham, April 25, Mr. Sewall Boodv, aged 64 years 7 months. [Massachusetts papers please copy.] In South Boston, April 24, Mrs. Eunice Goodwin, widow of the late Theodoro Goodwin, of Alfred, aged about 75 years. DEPARTURE OF OCEAN STEAM & if * JfAME FROM FOR DATE City of London.New York. .Liverpool Apl 26 Polynesian. Portland .. .Liverpool-Apl 26 Baltic.New York. .Liverpool Apl 26 India.New York .Glasgow Apl 20 Claribel.New York. .Kingston, J.. .Apl 29 MoroCastle.New York. .Havana Apl 29 Olympus.Boston.Liverpool.Apl 29 Maudingo.New York. .Havana Apl 29 Cuba.New York. .Liverpool Apl 30 Manhattan.New York. .Liverpool Apl 30 Henry Chauncey.. .New York.. Aspinwall.... Apl 30 Columbia.New York Glasgow Apl 30 Loo.New York. Havana Apl 30 Hansa.New York. .Bremen Apl 30 Cleopatra.New York. .Hav & VCraz May 1 Westphalia.New York. .Hamburg... .May 1 Hatteras.New York. .Bermuda May 1 City of New York.. New York.. Liverpool. ... May 1 Austrian.Portland ... Liverpool — May 3 Pereire.New York. .Havre May 3 Australia.New York. .Glasgow May 3 Celtic.Now York .Liverpool May 3 Crescent City.New York. .Havana May 6 Miniature Aliunnac. April 28. Sun rises.4.59 I Moon rises. 9.15 PY1 Sun sets.6.56 I High water.12.15 PM MARINE NEWS! PORT OF PORTLAND. Saturday, April 36. ARRIVED. Steamer Falmouth, Colby, Halifax, NS- -passengers and mdse to John Porteous. Steamer Dirigo, Johnson, NowYork — passengers and mdse to Henrv Fox. Barque Woodside, Montgomery, Boston, to load lor Buenos Ayres. Sch Lottie, (of Baltimore) Johnson, Matanzas— 345 hhds 70 boxes sugar to order. Sch Martha, Sprague, New York. Sch Amelia. Wentworth. Warcham—naiis to Emery & Waterhouse. Sch E H Pray. Clark, Boston, to load for Pembroke Sch Amirald, Hickey, Boston. Sch Nellie May, McDonald, Salem. Sch Balance, Baxter. Beverly. Sch Black Warrior, Stevens, Gouldsboro. CLEARED. Steamship Polynesian, (Br) Brown, Liverpool — H & A Allan. Steamer Carlot4e, Mulligan, Halifax, NS —John Porteous. Steamer Glcndon, (Br) Snlis, St John, NB—John Porteous. Sch Sea Lyon, (Br) Dean, Halifax, NS—John Port eous. Sch A Dcnikc, Jones. Baltimore—J Nickerson. Sch Sarah Louise, Wincbenbaeli, Boston—Cl:ar’cs Sawyer. Sen J C Roker, Taylor. Boston—Chas Sawyer. Sandayt April 37. ARRIVED. Steamer Chase, Bennett, Halifax, NS—passengers and mdse to John Porteous. Sch Marcus Hunter, (of Portland) Henley, Sierra Morena—335 hhds 35 tes molasses to Geo S Hunt. Sch Ancona, (Br) Munson, Sagua—molasses to E Churchill & Co. Sch Sarah B, Sanboru, New York—coal to W L Billings. Sch Helen M Waite, Gott, New York. Sch Lydia A Harvey, 52 tons, built at Boothbay in 1871, was sold by auction at Gloucester 21st lor $4275; also the schr Hattie N Reed, 48 tons, built at Booth bay in 1867, for $3625. MEMORANDA. Brig M A Herrera, from Cardenas for Baltimore, which got aBhore at Cape Henry, has bilged and tilled with water. She has been abandoned by the crew. Sch Indiana, from Rockland for Fall River, winch got ashore on Massasoit Ledge, has been floated oft and it is now thought she has sustained but little damage by tbe fire in her hold. DOMESTIC PORTS. GALVESTON—Cld 18th, brig Glendale, Nichols, Boston. ^ . NEW ORLEANS—Cld 21st, brig Charlotte Buck, Blohm, VeraCruz; sch Traveller, Ilodges, Brazos Santiago. . „ JACKSONVILLE—Ar 21st, sch Leonessa, Meyer?, New York. M _ . Cld 18th. sch Alice B Gardiner, Turner, New York. SAVANNAH—Ar 25th, sch Burdeft Hart, Brooks, Portland; Rising Sun, Jones, Rockport. Cld 25th, sch Maggie Mulvey, Allen, Boston. BRUNSWICK, GA—Ar 14th, sch Nellie Treat, Trim. New York. Cld 21st, sch Eliza J Staples, Ray, Harrington. CHARLESTON—Ar 24th inst, sch Suliote, Dexter, Portland; C W Holt, Hart, Baltimore. Ar 25th, schs Willie Luce, Talbot, Rockport; Uncle Tom, Look, Boston. Cld 22d, ship Richard III, Hubbard, for Liverpool; brig Frontier, Blaisdell. Savannah; sell Stephen Ben nett, Bennett, Rockport. GEORGETOWN, SC-Cld 18lh, sch Carrie S Webb, Homan, New York. Cld 21st. sch S C Woodbury, Griffin, Baltimore. WILMINGTON—Ar 22d, sch Georgie B Loud, Col beth, Boston. Cld 22d, sch Potomac. Carver, Baltimore. Cld 23d, sch Lucy Wright, Elzey, Bath. NORFOLK—Ar 23d, sch Mansfield, Achorn, from Rockland. BALTIMORE—Ar 24th, barque Acacia, Robinson, Matanzas. Cld 24th, schs Annio Tibbetts, Curtis, and Edilb, Randall, Boston. Sid 24th, barque Scotland, for Boston; brig L Sta ples, for Cuba. PHILADELPHIA—Ar 24tli, sch Jason, Sawyer, Fernandiua. Ar 24Ih. brig Alice Starrctt, Hooper, Matanzas; sch L D Rathburn, Crowell, Bath. Cld 23d inst, barque Scbamyl, Snow, Nisida; brig John Balch, Hodgdon, Portland. Clu 24th, barque E A Cochran, Nichols. St Jago; brig Cbas Miller. Gilchrist, Boston; sch B F Lowell, Falker, Cienfuegos. Cld 25th, brig Eva N Johnson, Johnson. Cardenas; •chs Eliza B Coffin, Coffin, Portland; H J Holway, Dow, Boston. _ . . Passed Newcastle 24th, brig George Burnham, for Matanzas; sch Ruth H Baker, for Cardenas. NEW YORK—Ar 24th, schs W L Bradley, Chase, Matanzas 13days; Harry Bluff. Benson, Eleuthcra, Georgie Staples. Lord, New Haven for Georgetown; Nelly Potter, Haskell, Wilmington; Commerce, Tor rey. Rockland ; Peiro. Kelley, from Pawtucket; F A Heath, Warren, Providence; H B Brew, Kane, from Bridgeport. Ar 25th, schs Maid of the Mist, Smith, Para; Sarah Bernice, Belgea. Musquash, NB; Evelyn, Crowley, St George, NB; Kioka. Look, Machias; Addie Todd, Post, Calais; H G Bird, Blackington. Vinalhaven; Herald, Hall, and D Ellis, Torrey, Rockland; Com merce. Torrey. and Empress, Kennedy, do; Helen G Gott. Piper,‘Rockport; Hamburg, Hall. Machias; Harriet Fuller, Willard, and Honest Abe. Portland; Sea Flower, Lincoln. Rockport; Globe, Perry, Vinal haven ; Exerter, Pendleton, Rockland ; ' asliti I* Gates, from Newport; Flora King, Cook, Fall River; Ida L Howard, williams, Warren; Sarah Wooster, Lei and, Providence; George & Emily. Hutchinson, do; Post Boy, from Boston: Tantamount,Pendleton, and Ixmisa Crockett, from Fall River; Petrel, Davis, Rockland; Crescent Lodge, Hatch, Boston; Comet, Dow, and Annie Gus, Sawyer, Providence; Neplue’s Bride, Grierson, do. Cld 25th, ship John Harvey, Brown, Mobile; bark6 Eureka, Holloway, Havre; W E Anderson, BraDdt, and Oarrio Wyman, Cochran, Havana; Addie Mc Adam, Partridge, Matanzas; schs Lizzio I/;e, Smith, Barocoa; F A Colcord, Pierce. Bangor. Passed through Hell Gate 25th, schs Lizzio Brew ster, New York for Lvnn; Starlight, do for Newbury e>rt; Georgia, do for Bangor; Red Jacket, do for oston; Mauna Loa, Hoboken for Portsmouth; Liz zie Raymond, do for Providence; Annie Frye, New York for Weymouth; Silver Heels, and Union, do for Bostou; Sandalohon, and Senator Grimes, do for do; JF Carver, Elizabethport for do; Huntress,do for do; Defiance, Port Johnson for Rockland; Lacon, New York for Boston; Hiram Tucker, do for Pembroke; Port 'Johnson for Portsmouth. fall RIVER—Ar 25tU, sch Wanderer, Frohoclf, Rockland. 25th, schs Jane, Haskell; D riekyrnu^eS; Richardson, and Eloise, Her, 0 D K1Rg> Bartlet% PAWt’ucTcS'tIaV0^?;!Weeka’ Elizabethport. Calais. Ar sch Franklin. Cofitep, Nc'oVor kVtr pT.A lam!' Kh Lydla Standlsb, Wilder, VINEYARD HAVEN—Ar ojn , , „ “rswuii^ir ps'iS£a "o; tha Maria, Thurston. Calais; Raven,Pea.Vh ioi ?Iar_ Macluas ; Samuel Fish, Teel, Belfast • rvnk!rom Young. Camden; Wm H Slcelo, Mullen, Rockbiml1 Express, Calderwood, and Uncle Sam, StiiiRim .i!’. SH Poole. McFadden, Wiscassot; Rni.h &rAhv’ Perry, and Hudson, Bulges*. Portland. Koady> Cld 25tl>. schs Keokuk, Crocker, Muohlas; Rolling Wave, Young. Portland. * Ar26th, sets Susan, Bislion, New York; Captain John, Clark. Ellsworth ; Queen ot the West, Bar bour, and Delaware, Kellar, Rockland ; J Baker, Johnson. Portland: Eugene, Staples. Castine. Cld 26th, schs Juno, Babbage, Bangor; Stephen Waterman, Boothby. Kcnnebunk. NEWBURYPOR’f-SId 23th, schs E II Nash, Cole, Harrington; C u Hix, Hix, Rockland. EASTPORT-Ar 21st. sell City Point, Sterling, Portland. FOREIGN FORTH. At Stctln 23th inst, barque Surprise, Hoyt, from New York. Ar at Falmouth E 2dth, barque Priscilla, Fraser, Callao for Sligo. At Eleulhera 18th ult, sch I, F Warren, Johnson, from New York, wtg. Ar nt St Thomas 17th, srh David Collins, Towns end, Port Spain for Philadelphia, leaky. Ar at Cienfuegos 23d lust, brig Moses Rogers, Hor ton, St Jago. b • Ar at Halifax 25th ingt, brig Elizabeth Ann, Moore, Portlaud. Ar at St John, NB, 24th, schs E B Beard, Lewis, and Snow Bird, Cnpps, Portland; ElizaS, Moren, do; Geo Kilbom, Stanley, Sedgwick. SPOKEN. March 28, lat 24 39, Ion 34 48, ship Sea Serpent, from New York for China. April 19, lat 34 46, Ion 70 29, brig Merriwa, from Portland tor Matanzas. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. IS PURELY A VEGETABLE PREPARATION, composed fc imply of wall-known ROOTS. HERBS, aud FRUITS, combined with other properties, which ia their nature aro Cathartic, Aperient, Nutritious, Diuretic. Altcmtiva and Anti Bilious. Tho whole ia preserved in a sufficient quantity of eph-ft from tlio SUGAR CANE tA keep them in Any climate, which makes tho LANTATION I _i Biffsas o o of the iaoet desirable Tonirn r*»cl Cathnr : h in tho world. They arc intended strictly as a Domestic Tonic, only to ho used as a medicine, and always according to directions. They are tho ehect-anchor of the feeble and de bilitated. They act npen a diseased liver, and stimulate to such a degree, that a healthy action is at once brought about. As a remedy to which Women arc especially subject, it ivsurperseding every other stimulant. As a Spring ami Sum nwr 'ionic, they have no equal, 'ihey are a mild an l gen tie Purgative as well as Tonic. They Purity the Blood. They aro a splendid Appetizer. They make the weak atroug. They purity end in vigorate. They euro Dyspepsia. Constipation, and Headache. They act as a specific iu all species of disorders which undermine the bodily strength and break down tho animal cpirita. Etpot, 53 Park Place, New York. sr Jaathairon Only 50 Cents per Bottle. It promotes the GROWTH, PRESER > VES the COLOR, and increases the • Vigor and BEAUTYof the HAIR, OVEB THIRTY YFAT.S AGO LY02*'8 KaTHAIBON FOB the Hair was first placed in the market by Professor E. Thomas Lyon, a graduate of Princeton College. The name is derived from the Greek •• Kathro," signifying to cleanse, purifiy, rejuvenate, or restore. The favor it has received, and tho popularity it has obtained, is unprecedented and incredible. It in- • creases the Growth and Beauty of the Hair. It is a delightful dressing. It eradicates dandruff. It prevents the Hair from turning giay. It keeps the head cool, and gives the hair a rich, soft, glossy ap pearance. It is the same in Quantity and Quality as it wsa over a Quarter of a Century Ago, and is sold by sll Druggists and Country Stores at only 50 Cents per Bottle. womb s Glory is Her Bair,1 LYON’S ATHAIRON ap28 ood2wtcly APRIL 1873. New Store, New Goods EADIE S — OF — PORTLAND AND VICINITY can now find a full an l complete stock of IIoop Skirts, Corsets and Bustles, Plain, Ruffled and Emb. Night Gowns, Plain, Ruffled and Emb. Gored Skirts, Plain, Ruffled and Emb. Chemises, Plain, Ruffled and Emb. Drawers, Infant's Robes and Dresses, Aprons and Tires, &c., dec. Price, Quality and Make of Goods can be relied on. Store No. 3 under U.S.IIotel x>. S._A1?0 In stock first quality PATTIKID GLOVES np28 _ tf favcy bakery. No. 229 Congress Street, Next Door to City Hall. HAV1NO leased the above store and fitted It up as a first class bakery, we are prepared to fur nish the public with Bread, Cake and Pastry of superior qw lity. Also Pilot Bread and Crackers o» all kmas, both common and fancy, fresh anil new. Also Fruit and Confectionery. The subscriber having had thirty-six years experi ence as a practical baker, flatters liimse’f that he knows Ids business, and invites the public to call and see for themselves. ding w,*kp^>ar^Cri^ar a^cn^on to making wed ap28dlw TUO.T1AS DBARING, A*t. For Sale. FARM in "Westbrook, about six miles from Port land, near Jones Packing Factory, containing about twenty acres in a good state of cultivation, with a two story house and ell, in go-vl order; good oollar. A good barn. 30x30 foot, cellar under the same; with apple, pear and cherry trees. Liberal terms. Inquire on the premises, oroi JOHN C, PROCTER, 93 Exchange street. npr2$d3w 1 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS LE OF Obsolete aiid Unserviceable Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. XT. S. ORDNANCE AGENCY. Cor. of Houston nnd (ircenn Ho. Entrance on Greene Street, (P. 0. Box 1811.) New Yobk. April 17,1873. SEALED proposals in duplicate, will be received at tills offleo, fur the purchase of Ordnanco and Ordnance Storms, embracing Cannon, Small Arms, Leather-work. Load, <&c.,at the various Arsenals, Forts and Depots, in the United States. Bids will be opened at 12 o’clock, JVI., on Wednes day. the 28th day of May. 1873, for stores located at Posts in the following named States, to wit: Con nSEi 2f’ Delaware, Indiana. Illinois, Maine, Mary 2; Massachusetts,Michigan,Missouri,New Hamp, ?>cw York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Bids wiini ' ll8'ni‘at and the District of Columbia, tiie lwiTdav ,nt 12 o’clock, M„ on Thursday, in the following nSSaa 8,01''r? lo<'alod at P°3ts Alabama, California an“ Territories, to wit: Louisiana, Minnesota x.o 1' la’ Georgia, Kansas, olina, Oregon7snmh’oJ?oimka>JSe™da- North Car orado, Dakota, Idaho ladhina\fel.a8' Artzona. Col co Washingtokand Wydmtai M,jntana,New Jlexi For list ot stores in detail i, Catalogues, which can l»J'i.’r 1,^,,ri°in’n‘’’rm "; &c-< «cc tho Ordnance Office, War DenartSi™. aSJ‘1,1'Lati,,n ,n D. C., at this Agency, or at any ofThi SS>shi"f°n, Depots, and Commanding Officers of nth<£r8c,la*8 <>r furnish on application, illormaUoum tow82t.B,wlU on hand at their respective posts forsale at Btorc“ The Department reserves the right to reject all hid. which are not deemed satisfactory. Prior to t . . ceptanco of any bid, it will have to be approved bi the War Departmet t. J Terms cash: Ten per cent, at tho time of the award, and tho remainder when the property is de livered. Thirty days will be allowed for the removal of the stores. Packing boxes will be charged at pri ces to be determined by the Department. Bidders will state explicitly the Post where the stores are located which they bid for, and will give the kinds and qualities they propose to purchase. Deliveries will only be made at the various Posts where stored. Proposals will be addressed to the U. S. Ordnance Agency, N, Y., (P. O. Box 1811,) and should be en dorsed “Proposals for Purchasing Obsolete and Un serviceable Ordnance and Ordnance Stores/* with the names of the Arsenals, Forts or Depots where stored, and the names of States or Territories in which the stores proposed to be purchased are locat ed. By authority of the Chid of Ordnance, 8. CRISPIN, Brerct-Col. II. 8. A. Major of Ordnance. apr28 ed6t BOSTON & MAINE RAILROAD. Spring and Summer Arrangement. APRIL 48, 1833. PKS2S3SO Passenger trains leavo Portland Irom ^W^MSthcir station, Walker House, Commercial street. For Boston *6.00, *9.00 A. M., f3.30,16.00 P. M. Returning, leave Boston at t8.30 A. M., *12.30 *3.30 and t6.30 P. M. t3.39P. M. ' For Manchester and Concord via C. <£ P. E. R. Junction *6.00 A, M., 13.30 P. M. For Milton and Union *9.00 A. M. and t3.30 P. M. For Scarboro’, Old Orchard licach, Saco, Biddeford and Kennebnnk at *.->.00 P. M. Returning, leave Kennebnnk at *7.30 A. M. The *6.00 A. M. train connects at C. <Sr P. R. R. o unction with trains for Manchester and Concord and all points Noitb. Passengers ticketed through by either route. Pramsstopat Exeter 10 minutes lor refreshments at first class Dining Rooms. Freight trains between Portland and Boston daily. Fre ght received at Portiand Ac Ogdcnsburg R. R. Freight station until 1P.M. Portland & Ogdcnsburg R. R. passenger trains ar rive at and depart from this station. * Accommodation. tFast Express. JAS. T. FURBER, Gen. Supt.. Boston. PAYSON TUCKER, General Agent, Portland. Boston, April 28, 1873. ap28itf A BOOK FOR EVERY CITIZEN. The Governmental In structor. A BRIEF and comprehensive view of the Govern hient of the United States and of the State Gov ernments, by J. B. Skurtleff. Thitd Revised Edition by Da “id N. Camp. This volume commonds itself on account of its comprehensiveness while it treats each topic briefly and clearly; tho value of such instruction can scarce ly be overestimated. It gives a sketch of the history ami condition of the Colonies, the Niccasion of tho Dholaration of Independence, and of the adoption o the Constitution; examines carefully the pvwers, leg islative, executive and judicial, belonging to the gov ernment; describes tho various departments with theh functions, tho relation of tho states to each oth er and to the general government; the qualifications, duties and powers of offleors, homo and foreign. In short, wo have In a small, well-arranged volume, all that is essential in order to understand tho nature and working of our repulican institutions. While important for the citizen, it is well adapted for the higher classes in schools, and is used by tbe New York Board of Education and elsewhere. Copies mailod on roceipt of 75 cents, by the publishers. COLLINS & BKOTUER, apr2S-lt 370 Broadway, New York. State Pensions. PERSONS holding certificates under the State Pen sion Law of 1872, and continued in force by an Act of 1873, are no longer entitled to pensions by virtue of such certificates, but new applications must bo made in all cases by parlies desirous of availing themselves ol the benefits of the law. Such applica tion may be made in person and not otherwise, to George H. Libby, by disabled soldiers or seamen, res idents of the city, who have served and been credited on the quota of Maine, by the widows ol such deceas ed soldiers or sailors, by the legal guardian of orphan children of such deceased persons, and by tbe depend ent mother or sister of such deceased persons, and no others, oil Saturday, May 3d, Monday, May 5th and Saturday, May 10th, betweeu the hours of 2J and 5 o’clock, P. At., at tho Aldermen’s Room In City Building. Z. A. SMITH, 1 Committee on E. H. DAVEIS,) State Pension. Argus and Advertiser copy. apr28 * lw. Tor Sale. THE copywriglit ot “The Illuminated Memorial Scrap Book.” Ten per cent, of the money will be given to the Homoepathic department ol the M. G. IL Fair. Tbe above-named work will contain some remarkable extracts from the 37tb page of the records of a last jear’s Convention with other matter equally authentic, significant and important not only to the world at large but especially to the people of Maine. The co incidences and illuminations may be deemed prouhetic. The book will be sold by sub scription only. This is not Dr. Hol-land’s book. Further particulars hereafter. NewYork Easter tide 1873. apr28»2t City Ordinance. 1. No dog shall be permitted to go at large or loose in any street, lane, alley, court, or traveled way, or in any uninclosed or public place in this city, until the owner or keeper of such dqg, or the head of the family, or the keeper cf the house, store, shop, office, or other place where such dog is kept or harbored, shall have paid to the city marshal two dollars for a license for such dog to go at large. 2. The city marshal shall grant a license to anv citizen for his or her dog to run at large, on the pay ment of two dollars; which license shall expire on the first day of May next after the same is given. These ordinances will bo strictly enforced. opr28dtd GEO. W. PARKER, City Marshal. Argus and Advertiser copy. Notice. IS HEREBY given that I have this day given my ward Francis Stevens liberty to trade and act g)r himself, and I shall not claim any of his earnings nor i ay anv of his debts after this date. FREEMAN HARDING, Gnanllan. Gorham April 22,1873. aiir28*3w DneiMACC Annnwfnnitv FOR Sale, first class provision and grocery business. location of great value, thoroughly established with a splendid run of growing family trade; stock all fresh and well selected; cash trade over $">0,000 last year; price from $3500 to $5000; satisfactory rea sons for selling. ap2bd3t TAYLOR & CO., 3 State St., Boston. Excellent business chance Tor sale. HALF interest in a grocery business well located, always done a successful paying business, and continually on the increase, ana will bear the closest investigation. References exchanged. Chance sel dom met wiih. ap28d3t TAYLOR & CO., 3 State street.Boston. China, Glass and Crockery Ware Store FOR sale, desirably located, always paid well. Stock small an l well assorted. Splendid rnn of regular mid transient business. A bargain is offered if applied for immediately. Sold for no fault. ap28d3t TAYLOR & CO.,3 State St..Boston.Mass. Provision, Fish & Oyster market FOR sale, well located, doing a good business. Tins is one of the best chances ever offered for a man with a small capital. ap28J3t TAYLOR & CO., 3 State St., B ,ston. To Fct with Board. A FRONT Parlor, suitable for gcntloman and wife, 37 High, corner of Spring street. ap2S ____lw Servant Girl Wanted. capable cock wanted at No. C3 State street^^ Carpets Cleaned —AT— FOSTER’S DYE HOUSE, NO. 31 UNION STREET. Orders left at Forest City Dye House, 315 Congress street, or at the Dye House ou Union street. _yf“N° charge for trucking. aplddtf BONDS. New York City - 1* « «. «* . . Brooklyn City - - 6’s Jersey City - - - 7’r Elizabeth City 7’a Canada Southern It. B., Gold, - 7’s B. & Cedar Rapids R. R„ Gold, - 7’s Northern Pacific It. U., Gold. - 7-80’ -FOR SALE BY R. A. BIRD, 97 Exchange St* _feb25 Steam Sale Co.’s Sale. WE havo one of Sanborn’s Steam File Proof Sates, medium size, combination lock, new and in nnrii-et order, for sale at a large aueonnt from mrmXturert prices. Call und examine it at No. 22 Exchange street. j. N. BAILEY & CO., Azrllonrrrs. ap28 dtf miscellaneous. MILLINERY! Nips, ill. IS. Cushman has just received her SPRING STOCK OF MILLINER!, —IXCLCDIXO A LX THE— New Styles and Patterns, which she would invite the 1-adios of Portland nnrt vicinity to CALL and EXAMINE. Also a fine Assortment of Fancy Goods Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Ac. Flair Goods! Every Lady in want of Hoir Goo.!* should call and examine niv stock before purchasing ixsewhen* Lndiow own Hair ami Combings I n.adc over in the latest style at short notice. MRS. M. B. CUSHMAN. Congress, cor. Oak Street.. __ _ dim Mow open and ready for inspection at Fitz gerald & Co.’s, a full and complete Spring Stock of French, Eng lish, German & Amer ican Hosiery; also La dies’ and Gentlemen’s India Gauze Under vests, Kid and Lisle Gauntlets in every va riety. A large stock of Cambric Edgings, Ac. Ac. Oar entire stock offers great induce ments. _ • apr24tl EXHIBITION. ■ beg leave lo inform my Customer* and the Publie in general thnt I will exhibit Wednesday, April 23. TuE LATENT IVOVELTIEN —OF— SPRING GOODS French, English and Domestic, in the greatest variety. Soliciting yonr esteemed calls to examine good* and prices, I remain, yourn very respectfully. T. LOBENSTEIN, NO. 4 PEERING KI.OCK. ap21___2w H.M.PAYSON&CO., Bankers and Brokers, OFFER EOR SALE Portland City .... 6’ Bangor •’ St Lonis ..... 6’s St Louis County . - 7’s Cook County - - - - 7’s Chicago - .... 7’s Columbns, Ohio ... 8’s Dayton, Ohio - ... 8’s Leeds & Farmington K. B., guaranteed 6’s Portland & Rochester It, li. - - 7’s Maine Central R. R. - - - 7’* Central R. R. of Iowa Gold • - 7’s Chicago, Danville & Vincennes R. R., Gold,.7’s Northern Pa.ific R. R. Gold - 7-30’s Government Bonds, Bank Stocks and Gold Bought and Sold. 32 Exchange Street, PORTLAND* ap2 dll BONDS. Portland City - - - - 6’s Rockland City.6’s Bath City • ^ 6’s »angor City 6’s St. Louis City.6’* Leeds & Farmington, (Guaranteed,) 6’s Maine Central, Consolidated. - • 7’s Cook Connty, Illinois, - - - 7’s Wayne Connty, Illinois, • • 7’s Iowa Central, Gold, • - - - 7’s Toledo, Ohio, ... 7.80's Northern Pacific Gold, - 7.80’s West Wisconsin R. It., Gold, - • 7’s Atlantic & St. Lawrence E. R. Stock and Defercd Bent Script Bought. FOR SALE BY Will. E. WOOD, Ag’t, Sei>t T-dtfls 67 Fxcliange St J. B. Brown & Sons, BANKERS, No. 40 Exchange St., PORTLAND, MAINE. Business the same as an Incor, porated Bank. Interest allowed on Deposits. Dealers in Government Bonds. Gold and Foreign Exchange. Investment Secnrities constant ly on hand. ja.i29__ tsti BONDS FOR SALE. Portland City - - . o'* Bangor “ ... . «’g St. Lonis “ - - . G’s Elizabeth, N. J.« • 7’s Cleveland “ j’g Toledo “ ... h's Cook Couuty, 111., - - . 7’s Marion County, Ind., - • 8’s Maine Central R. R. - 7's Portland & Rochester R. R. - 7’s Atehison, Topeka & Saute Fe Gold 7’s Northern Pacific B. R. Gold - 7-30’s Chicago, Dan. & Yin. R. R. Gold - 7’s Atlantic & St. Lawrence R. R. ' Stock and Dcf. Rent Scrip bought by Swan & Barrett, lOO MIDDLE STREET. fcb24___<<xitt JEST RECEIVED A few pieces Black and White Striped Silks AT 91.00, WORTH 9t.‘« A Small Lot CHECKED SILK4 -*T Mf COYELL * COMPANY. aprfg_____! Business C’hance ! THE VICTOR Sewing Machine Co., want a good bnalDffS man to take 'be agency of their mach ine The Victor is tho best selling machine and will give the best satisfac ion of any in the market ami should be represented in Portland. To the right WJtx an excellent opportunity is offered. Tho Victor and *. O. Melbnry can le seen at tho Preble House for foil? days. apr25*2t JOB PRIIVTIS1C4 neatly exeonted at lb office.

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