Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, June 3, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated June 3, 1873 Page 2
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THE PRESS. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1873. Ev :ky regular attache of the Press is furnished wit li a card certificate countersigned by Stanley T. Pulton, Editor. All railway, steamboat ani bole managers will coufcr a favor upcu us by demanding ered-ntials of evcr^ierson claiming to represent onr jour.ial, as we have information that several bum mers” are seeking courtesies in the name c Press, and we have no disposition !o be, e>en 1 a « velv, a party to such fraud ^ \V u do norT^^TTetters and ocmimuni catlMs. The name and address of the writer are in all cases in Itepenaab e, not necessarily for publication but as a guaranty of good faith. W. cannot undertake to return or reserve com munications that are not useo. Numbers versus Discipline. A velry serious difficulty, which the friends ot Judge Kent meet in presenting his name for the gubemato.ial candidacy, is Jhe feet . that there is no orginized interest back of him, no fund to pay ordinary and legitimate expenses of a canvass, and the Judge himself makes absolutely no effort in his own behalf and is not even in the State. The other can didates arc actively managing their own cam paigns and using all the usual appliances, which gives them a very great practical ad vantage. We c;dl attention to this phase ot the situation in no censorious spirit toward those gentlemen, neither of whom, we believe, would resort to any improper means for advancement. The go, . > iiarship is a laudable object, of am bition fur any citizen, and persona! exertions for its attainment are not proper subjects of advc-\-" ev'V’rism. ‘•Whatever is worth hav ing is worth trying for. ’ We speak of the matter in the way of suggestion to Judge Kent’s friends that individual effort is requir ea Oil inui j»an. iuc) uiuov au* m nit; premises without being requested. They must not wait to be drummed out to the cau cuses—there is no money to pay fer carriages to convey .them to the primaries nor to pay their expenses to Bangor. Those who have an interest in his nomination must act of their own motion without solicitation. His supporters are au unorganized mass— probably large enough to readily secure his nomination if their strength can be utilized, and it can be utilized only by the individual efforts of men who are not usually prominent in political primary meetings. Whether such efforts will be made is the prohlcm upon whose solution the result will depend. We must admit that such action would be phe nomenal but still it is not impossible. Occa sionally the rank and file of the party come to the fore and bring signal confusion upon the “little games” of the knowing ones. But those men, who say that they “want Kent for Governor”—that he is a “noble old Ho man”—that they “want a man free from rings, cliques and combinations’ ’ and a great many other very pretty things, must remem ber that their words will be but as sounding brass and a tinkling cymbal—vox et preterea nihil—unless they go to caucuses and secure the choice of Kent delegat ions. The Chinese go to battle with a prodigious beating of gongs but without the most improved styles of warlike implements,and invariably come to griet. We hope that Judge Kent’s friends will not emulate their mode of warfare. The following resolutions passed by farm ers’ conventions in Kansas are to the point if not polite. Their frankness is refreshing: Whereas. The Congress of the United States have perpetrated one of the most out rageous steals known to the civilized world, in the passage of the retroactive salary bill; and tVhcrcas, D. P. Lowe, our Congressman, supported the bill; Resolved, That we demand that he resign his seat in Congress,that his place may be fill ed by an honest man instead of a thief. Resolved, That no honest man should sup port any newspaper that does not write down such thieves. By farmers in Catroll County, 111. : Resolved, That the increase of Congres sional salaries, in these bard times, is an in fernal outrage upon the working people of the country. Resolved, That members of Congress, whether voting for or against said increase, who take said increase from the United States Treasury, are guilty and condemned beyond re-election. Governor IIowe of Nova Scotia, whose death has been announced, has for many years been a leading and influential man in Nova Scotia aud Dominion politics. He was born in Halifax and served an apprenticeship as a primer. He early and warmly espoused provincial reforms, and as an editor, was ar rested on a libel suit and thrown into jail. He defended his own case and was acquitted. In 1839 he was challenged to fight a duel by the son of the Chief Justice of the Province, when he reee'ved his adversary's fire and dis charged his pistol in the air. In 1840 he be came a member of the provincial cabinet since which time there is no responsible position that he has not filled. He has been one op the most earnest friends of railroad develop ment. All of Gov. Howe’s works bear the stamp of a statesmanlike grasp. He was un doubtedly one of the ablest of the Dominion leaders. A matron of Tippecanoe County Illinois, who bears the historic name of Smith has given birth to four small Smiths at once to the infinite delight and pride of all the deni zens of Tippecanoe county, except the pater nal Smith who cannot really, you know, be expected to look cheerfully upon this sudden wholesale supply of mouths. The ecstatic citizens have petitioned the United States government to present to the two elder Smiths and the four juvenile dittoes a quarter section of land each as a reward of merit and for encouragement to other Smiths. We ob ject. It is too mournful to contemplate the utter cessation of Smiths from the land, which would be likely o follow the desperate efforts to cmula’e the example of the Tippe canoe Smith. Gen.* Underwood, commander of the Grand Army of the Republic for Massachu setts, made an address Memorial day in New ton, of which he devoted a large part to a biographical notice of the soldiers whose graves were that day decorated, particularly of their military connection. In his order relative to Memorial day, he recommended the posts in Massachusetts to take measures to secure and in some way permanently pre serve a record of the service of each soldier buried within the towns in which the posts are located, with all others who went into the army from that locality and where they died. The suggestion is so fitting as to commend itself to all. i ul great public burden special legislation is becoming, may be faintly realized in the fact that the New York Legislature bad to consider 1800 bills and passed 1100, by far the greater part of wliich, were of a special and private character. The jobs, tricks and injustice such a mass of private legislation is sure to involve, the expense to the State in printing, engrossing and the time taken from important general interests by this legislation should make it one of the first evils in legisla tion to be corrected. TnE Boston Advertiser intimates that there wasn’t the necessary amount of strength and will displayed to check the last fire in that city. This is pretty severe and all the more so because it comes from a paper that is never hasty in its judgment. There is some enquiry here lor the valiant chief engi neer who ridiculed the extent of the Portland fire with the remark that it could have been put out in “two blocks in Boston.” The customs administration of France has just published the returns of the foreign trade for the first quarters of 1872 and 1873. The general results are as follows: * 1872. 1871 . 927,160,000f 775,576 OOOf EX£°'tS-;.*60,799,00«f 97i;,$X ihe above figures exhibit the great pros perity of the industries of France under the Policy of Thiers. surrendered*^, W<T5 °f fighUng aud bas )enee on such scenes of vio Tue reduction of th^^,n^ was **<*,282.50-. very good showing. |P———— Important Law Decisions. STATE VS. PECK AND BONDSMEN. Last week the law court at Augusta render ed a decisicu ou the long standing Peck bond case, giving a final judgment for the State. A brief resume of the various trials of this case may be of interest to the readers of the Press. The suit was first brought January 15th igfjl A year or two afterwards a trial was had be fore a jury, oa the following issue viz: Messrs. Fox and Rand, coun sel for the defendants, claimed that the bond sued did not have affixed to it any seals at the time it was signed. lion. John A. Peters, counsel for the State, avered that the hood was legally and properly sealed, and the jury so found. The defendants took exceptions and carried the to the law court, where the ex ceptions were overruled. The defendants .hen had, by agreement, leave to plead over, and m the April term of 1868, they pleaded that Peek had performed all the conditions of the bond. To this the State replied, that Peck had failed to fulfill all the conditions of the bond because be bail received $39,231.19 belonging to the State and had not paid the same over. To this the defendants demurred. Demurrer was then joined by the State and the case then went up to the law court where it was argued dnring the law term of 1870, at. Portlaud, by Hon. T. B. Reed, Attorney General for the State, and John Rand, Esq., for the defendants. The re sult of the arguments was that the court over ruled the demurrer. At the October term of 1871, when the case came to the NitiPrius Court, Judge Tapley presiding, Mr. Reed mov ed that judgment be given to the State for the sum of $39,231.19, with interest from the date of the writ. Judge Tapley ordered judgment for that amount, whereupon defendants took exceptions. At the following session of the Legislature, Messrs. Dow and Cummings, two of the bondsmen were released upon judgment of $5,020.11 each. v/a uie April 101 lowing, Mr Hand, counsel fov the defendants, filed a plea sioce the last continuance that the legislative discharge of Dow and Cummings operated as a discharge of the other bondsmen. Judge Barrows, before whom the case was then being argued, refused to receive this plea. To this refusal Mr. Rand took exceptions, and the case went up to the law court upon these exceptions and those of the preceding law term. At the July term of 1872, these exceptions were argued by Attorney General Reed for the State and by John Rand, Esq,, for the defendants. The final decision has now been reached in the decision of last week at Augusta, and a final judgment has been entered for the State in the sum of $39, 231.19, with interest from date of writ. VICTORY OF RAILROAD TICKETS In a suit brought by a lady against the Grand Trunk Railway, who purchased a ticket several years since, good from Portland to some point upon the road, Bethel or Paris, and stopped over a few days on the route, and was refused a passage on the ticket on the ground that it was good but for the day- it was dated, the court rules that a railroad ticket is good for six years in Maine, if not used before the expiration of that time. CUMBERLAND SUPERIOR COURT. By some blunder, the statute conferring criminal jurisdiction upon the Superior Court of Cumberland county was left out of the Re vised Statutes of lS7r,and was not discovered for some time. In the meantime a large number of indictments had been made, including that ofLoveitt for murder, and many liquor cases! The Legislature at the next session passed a healing act, hut the full bench decides that the indictments of that grand jury are null and orders that they be quashed. i lie Lxpionea seanaai. Tlie publication of Mr. Bowen’s full and cm phatic retraction of all charges and insinua tions against Henry Ward Beecher would seem to set a very disagreeable matter forever at rest. Whether Mr. Beecher acted wisely iu accepting the retraction, and forgiving a man who had most cruelly injured him, may bo a question, but it is one the public have nothing to do with. The retraction was made aud accepted, and, in compliance with our demand, has been given to the public. Here the matter ought to end. We regret that some of the journals of the city are not disposed to let this unfortunate matter sleep its last sleep in peace. They would have an investigation. They clamor for a suit at law. They would dig open a grave to feast their eyes upon its bones or scatter its ashes to the four winds. However such a course might gratify a prurient curiosity, it certainly could not promote ju tico or good taste or morals. The principals in this unfortunate affair have already paid a terrible penalty, aud must nec essarily suffer more. The sooner the matter is suffered to drop out of speech and out of mind, the better for all concerned. Mr. Beecher’s fame is the property of the nation, and nothing has come to public knowledge that tarnishes his brilliant reputation. The American people will give him their confidence, in spite of all calumnies and self-confessed calumniators, un til he is proved to be unworthy of it.—Graphic. It is not made plain, in the telegraph dis patch mentioning Mr. Moulton’s exposure of the Beecher-Tilton-Bowen document, whether Mr. Beecher is guilty of any or all of the charges preferred against him; but it is pretty well established that the charges were started by Boweu, and in denying that he had made a retraction of them he has been guilty of false hood. It is a fair supposition that if he would lie in the one case he would iu the other; and under this view of the case Mr. Beecher stands acquitted not only, but occupies a nobler posi tion before the public than ever before—the position of a man who chose to be the victim of evil report rather than break a covenant even with his maligners.—Rochester Democrat. Henry Ward Beecher on the Future State.—A New York despatch says that ou last Sunday, Henry Ward Beecher, in Ins ser mon, surprised some of liis hearers by espous ing Universalist doctrines. He chose for his text the words: “For the former things are passed away.”—Revelations 21:4. Mr. Beech er said: “la this world men experience sorrow aud. trial, their hopes arc disappointments, their aspirations failures; but there comes a world id the future iu which all this, the for mer thing* shall have passed away forever^ Did souls pass immediately into blessedness al ter they quitted this state, or did they lie. as he .Tews believed, iH a vast receptacle, await ng the last day? The New Testament was lot clear on the subject, but by implicatiou its caching, was that they rose at once into the Divine preserce. No allusion was made by t’aul to an interval, to a dormant state, aud yet lie made constant reference to the state after death. He never intimated that the soul took a sort of unconscious vacation, awaiting a gen eral ingathering to the spiritual sphere, nor did such an idea address itself to any human instinct which desired it to be true. Paul’s doctrine was. ‘Absent from the body present with the Lord—out of this into that!’ There was aspring of immediateism in his doctrine. If there was a great slumberous interval after death, why was there no hint of it in the word of God?” Mr, Beecher did not affirm with arrogant positiveness that this doctrine was true and none other, but he thought that Scripture war ranted the presumption that they had a right to believe so they may conceive, said Mr. Beecher, how ineu when they were not very fit for earth might nevertheless enter heaven, and heaven might develop what earth might never develop. One might conceive people here un fitted by force of animal passions for a spirit ual life, who nevertheless, when death took away what was their bane on earth might be gin a good life in a future state. Men whom society rejects now may get standing room in heaven, not high up, but a starting place. Social Gathering at Otisfleld. A native of Otisfleld living in Boston, has extended an invitation to all the inhabitants of that town and their descendants to meet in that town on Wednesday, August 20th, 1873, for the purpose of boldi ng a "religious and social gath ering, to renew olu acquaintances and forming new ones.” The meeting will be held on Meet ing House Hill. Those livin'; near will be ex pected to provide for themselves, while those at a distance will be cared for. Persons desir ousef accommodations, etc., should write to M. Hancock, Esq.,Chairman of the Committee ot Arrangements. The meeting is to be con ducted on the principles of “equality and uni versal brotherhood.’ A programme will bo is sued in due time. Those persons who may travel on the G. T. It. It., will center at Oxford stat'on, thence in nearly a due west course by stage, Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays, or private convey ai ce about six miles to the meeting. Those who may travel by the P. & O. It. R., from Portland will take the steamer at Sebago Lake and arrive at Harrison any day of the week (Sundays excepted) thence eastward six or seven miles to the meeting. Still another route from Portland by stage leading directly into Otisfleld Dear the center, Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays. For the Committee, Otis Feknai-d. Bolsters Mills, May 31, 1873. Washington Notes.—The steamer Frolic, which was dispatched to Nora Scotia for the survivors of the Polaris, is expected off our coast Tuesday next. It has not been generally known that the Frolic sailed under sealed orders. It is understood that the purport of those orders was that the Commander should not permit the survivors to have interviews with any persons not connected with (ho ser vice until they should have severally told their story to the Department. Secretary Robeson is determined, if possible, to solve the mystery connected with the death of Capt. Hall. Frederick Law Oln.stead has accepted the commission offered him by the Government to superintend the embellishment of tho Capitol grounds. 1 President* to savto!^ autborizeJ b.V the l resiuent to say that, be was not the guest of Senator Cameron in his recent visit to Harris burg, that the subject of a change in Federal officers was not then mentioned, aud that no change is at present contemplated. A Domestic Tragedy at Savannah, Ga. ■ East Vi eeiv Catherine Moyer o: Savannah, I Ga., who suspected her husband, E. D. Meyer, of being unfaithful, had her suspicions unmis takably Confirm'd. Slie at once denounced her husband in the most unmeasured terms, when Meyer, becoming exasperated, struck his a mo a severe Mow in the mouth, cutting it badly. A few minutes after, a son of the parties, August Meyer, aged about eighteen, entered, and see ing his mother’s mouth bleeding, reproached his father for his inhuman conduct, whereupon the latter grow v ry angry, and said, “I 11 kill vou both.” The words were no sooner uttered than young Meyer drew his pistol, and iired at his father twice, killing him instantly. He then delivered himself up to the police. A coroner’s jury returned a verdict that the de ceased had been killed by his soil, five of the Jurors adding a clause, “in self-defence.” Maine Wesleyan Seminary.—The cata logue of tlie Maine Wesleyan Seminary for the year ending June 3d snows that this well known school was never in a more flourishing condition than at present. The whole number ot students connected with the Seminary and Female College for the academical year is 694. The annual commencement exercises commence to-day (Tuesday) with a prize declamation and reading. Wednesday the exercises of the liter ary societies take place, President Alien of Orono, delivering the oration, and Rev. Mark Trafton of Boston, the poem. Wednesday evening a concert comes off in which Miss Ada Cary participates. Free return tickets will be furnished on the Maine Central. Woods on Fire.—The largo tract of wood land on Crooked River,about three miles above Edes’ Falls, was found to be oa fire Saturday. But little alarm was felt as it was thought that the fire could bo easily controlled. The winds of Sunday fanned the flames into a conflagra tion, and the result has been disastrous in the extreme, for about 1000 acres have been burnt over. It required the strenuous efforts of near ly 200 men to obtain a mastery over the flames. The loss is very heavy as the tract was the most valuable woodland in this part of the State. News and Other Items. Michigan will export over a million and a half tons of iron ore this summer. Gen. Grant’s father does not expect to live a month, and has sent for him. Ex-Senator Hale, of New Hampshire, will spend the summer at West Point. Gov. McEucry has issued an address (o the neoplo of Louisiana, advising acquiescence in the Kellogg government until Congress assem bles in December next. The Gardner News says a wreath was receiv ed in that town from Fitchburg, Decoration Day, for the grave of Lieut. Ebenezer Munroe, the first soldier that died in the Revolutionary war. A Liverpool woman who chopped her father and a pony has been seDt to jail three months for the assault on the horse and two months for that on the old man. Dogberry dispenses jus tice with curious discrimination. The Montreal Witness declares that that city is virtually ungoverned, the police force is greatly weakened,while the authorities through lack of energy and false economy refrain from improving it. As a natural result, crime is on the increase. The Vicksburg (Miss.) Times affirms that formidable attempts at organization of the State militia are being made, which are fraught with danger to the peace, prosperity and hap piness of the people It characterizes the war like aspect of the preparations as simple mad ness. The Iowa press excursion, which has become an annual institution, will not take place this year, owing to lack of dead-head tickets. They were not applied for, the papers doubtless feel ing that so long as they are making war on the railroads it would be impudent to ask for free tickets. The Chicago Times, not long ago the leading Democratic organ of the Northwest, says of that party that it is an “emaciated skeleton of an old party that is covered from head to foot with chronic sores, and distorted to the hide ous semblance of a Caliban by a political rheumatism.” Vanderbilt’s donation of half a million to the Sonthern University does not please his fami ly. They think it is too much money to send down South, and that the Commodore would have done better for his own fame, and better for the cause of education, to have founded a university in Now York, where he made his money, and to which he owes so much. In a letter to the Springfield Republican, Eli znr Wright proposes that there shall be a re vised common school edition of the Bible, from which edition everything shall be left out to which a good citizen of any or no religious creed could object. Just snob an edition was prepar ed by Mrs. Sarah Josepha Hale, and published by Messrs Lippincott, Grarnbo & Co., Philadel phia, in 1852. STATE NEWS. ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY. P. S. Lovejoy was thrown from his carriage ot Marstou’s Coiner, last Tuesday, and severely injured, so says the Journal. The Roak Steam Power Co.’s new steam en gine house at Auburn is to be 3(1 feet wide in the rear, 26 in frout, and 00 feet long. J. P. Norton of Lewiston, intends to burn 3,000,000 bricks the present season, so says the Journal. S. R. Bearee & Co.’s drive of 14,000,000 feet of lumber has reached Lewiston. This is the largest drive ever brought there. HANCOCK COUNTY. Commissioner Stillwoll sent in cans from Bucksport last Friday, ten thousand young sal men to the St. Croix river. KENNEBEC COUNTY. The selectmen of Waterville and West Wat crville, have amicably settled the division line. The Journal says that near Augusta dwells a married couple with a daughter 13 years of ago, the united weight of whom is 561 pounds. Father 105, .mother 196, daughter 170. Hen. John Ware has purchased a residence in Waterville and intends to jeside there. The annual meeting of the County Medical Association occurred at Augusta last Wednes day. Dr. E. Adams of Litchfield, was elected President for the ensuing year. TISCATAQUIS COUNTY. H. Johnson is building a shovel-handle fac tory at Brownville, 40x00, with engine and oth er rooms in addition. The concern will employ 20 men, and turn out 25,000 dozen handles yearly. TENOBSCOT COUNTY. Several incipient fires were extinguished in Bangor last Sunday. A shop window, an awning and a buggy were the places where they occurred. The new time table on the E. & N. A, rail way went into effect last Monday. The tax valuation of Brewer is §814 625 The State tax for 1873 is $3,838.58; county tax', §1,062.44; polls, 762. Major W. H. Mills of Bangor, lost a hrosc valued at $500 last Sunday. Cause of death, lung disease. Bangor has not yet made an appropriation foo the 4th of July. Vessels at Baugor experience a difficulty in obtaining cargoes. G. S. Bither fell from a staging at the Ban gor House last Saturday and was badly in jured. IN GENERAL. A severe frost was experienced in the low lands throughout the State last Friday night. The following patents have been granted to Maine inventors: O. H. Bumam, Bridgtou, soldering iron. O. B. Howard, Deering, razor strop—reissue. Hummer, Although the mother of myriads of beautiful flow ers, is apt to steal the roses from the cheeks of those who are exposed to its fiery breath. At this season if there any germs o‘‘ disease in the system, the heat is pretty sure to develop them. The biliouR. the dys peptic, the nervous, the debilitated, sutler more at this period of the year than at any other. They, there ore, require an invigorating and regulating medicine, anil this desiderat um nas been pi iced with in the reach of all in the form of Hostctter’s Stomach Hitters. To recount the uses of this invaluable pre ventive an l remedy, seems like repealing a familiar • let that has been notorious everywhere for many many years. Who does not know that dyspepsia, bilious disorders constipation, diarrhoeal attentions rheumatism, nervous complaints, kidney disturban ces, and constitutional weakness, in both sexes are relieved and radically cured by this powerful vet harmless vegetable preparation. J SPECIAL NOTICES, i. ©. o. r. N O T I C E . Members of Maine Lodgo No. 1 are requested to to meet at Odd Fellows Hall THIS (Tuesday) AF TERNO N, Jane 3d, at 2 o’clock, for the purpose of attending the funeral of our deceased brother, Gran ville Batcbeldcr. Members of other Lodges are in vited to participate. A. s. way, _ snlt ON THE BREAKFAST, LUNCHEON, DINNER AND SUPPER TABLE, I,EA &- PEBRIJiS’ Worcestershire plane? IS 1NDESPENSA BLE. JOHS fll'JiCAS’S SOJTS, New York, Agents for the United States. octn____eodsnly^ FOR MOTH, PATCHES, FRECKLES And TAN, use PERRY’S Moth and Freckle Lotion. It is iu:liablr and harmless. Sold by Druggists everywhere. Depot, 49 Bond St., N. Y, mar22 d&wsn6ml7 SPECIAL NOTICES. WILLIAM F. TODD, Watcli & Clock Maker, Has removed to 119 EXCHANGE ST, (near the corner of Federal St.,) Where he is prepared to put everybody Rl»ht on ___ju2-diw Yo Let. THE commodious four storied Brick Store, Xo. 57 Commercial St.—immediate pOBeesion given Impure of ELIAS THOMAS & Co , _ . , No. DO Commercial St. Or of W. W. THOMAS. Canal National Bank. seutldsntf BONDS! BOXDSof western cities and counties, 10 per cent, interest and principal payable in the east. Private property as well as public rea lied. Debts very small in proportion to pro|»crty ami therefore easily paid Careful Investors are invited to call and examine the Bonos. L iwa and Decisions of the courts upon such securities and will tind them very safe. Tnere iB not king better. CHARLES M. HAWKES, febTsnt 28 Exchange st., Portland. FOR FAMILY USE. THE HALFORD LEICESTERSHIRE T-A-B E-E S-A-U-C-E Tlie l»rst Sauce anti Relish Made in any Far: ot the World —FOB— TT-S-K. I*i 11 Is • - - - - ,>0 Ceuta Half Piutk .... 30 Ceuta. FOR SALE B V ALL GROCERS. WOODS, SMITH & ESTEPS LATEST STYLES OF REED ORGANS AT LOW PBICER. Fur 8i>le by C. K. IIAWES, Music Dealer. my 148nlm77 Middle street. E- T. ELDEN&CO. OFFER THIS WEEK, At One Price and no Vari ation 100 Pieces Spanish Linens lor 18c yd., worth 25c. 100 Pices Mosquito ]Vetts,aU colors, for 75c. piece. 71 Pieces IVcw Styles Grenadines, worth 50c. yd., lor 25c. 15 Pieces more Fancy Silks §1.00 yd., ail new Patterns and worth §1.25. One Case assorted Black Silks at LESS THAN IMPORTERS PRICES. Prices §1.00, §1.25, §1.50, §1.75 and §2.00. 17 Pieces Black Hcrnanics at as tonisning Low Prices. ■ - — - MOURNING GOODS! Of Every Description at Popular Prices. 10 Pieces Courtland Black Crapes AT AGENTS PRICES. / _ SPECIALTIES. HOUSEKEEPING GOODS —AT— DECIDED BAROAINS. One Case More Bates Quilts $1.00 each. 13 Pieces more best quality Turkey Dam ask, New Patterns, for $1.00 yard. Seven Pieces 2d quality, fir 75c. 91 doz best Turkey Red Doylies $1.00 dozen. Two bales Russia Crashes for 12e. yard, Actually worth 16c. NEW AND CHEAP. One Case Lace Stripe Batiste in ali the New Shades for 75e. per yard. Onj Case Nilson Satin Stripes, worth 50c. per yard. Price only 25c E. T. ELDEN & CO., One Price and no Varia'ion. WO; .5 FREE ST., PORTLAND. apr24 sneodtf J CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED NCHENCK’N PUL.BONIC SYRUP, NCDENCK'S SEAWEED TONIC, j SUHEIVUK’S BANDBAHE PIL1S, | Are the only medicines that will cure Pulmonary consumption. Sometimes medicines that will stop a cough will of l ten occasion the death of the patient. It locks up the liver, stops the circulation of the blood, hemorrhage follows, and, in fact, clogging the action of the very organs that caused the cough. Liver complaint and dyspepsia are the causes of two-tlihds of the cases of consumption. Many are now complaining with dull pain in the side, the bow els sometimes costive and sometimes to loose, tongue coated, pain in the shoulder blade, feeling sometimes very restless, and at other times drowsy; the food that is aken lies heavily on the stomach, accompani ed with acidity and beichiug of wind. These symp toms usually originate irom a disordered condition of the stomach or a torpid liver. Persons so affected, if they take one or two heavy colds, and if the cough in these cases bo suddenly stopped, the lungs, liyer and stomach clog, and remain torpid and inactive, and before the patient is aware of his situation, the lungs ore a mass of sores, and ulcerated, and death is the inevitable result. Schenck’s Pulmonic Syrup is an expectorant which does not contain any opium, nor anything calculated to check a cough suddenly. Schenck’s Seaweed tonic dies v the food, mixes with the gastric juice of the sto acli, digests easily, nourishes the system, and creat a healthy circula tion of the blood. When the els are costive, skin shallow, and the patient i3 a billious habit, Schenck’s Mandrake Pills are required. These medicines are prepaired by Dr. J. IT. SCIIENCK & SON, Noitheast coiner of Sixth and Arch streets, Philadelphia. Penn., and tor sale by GEO. C. GOODWIN & CO., 38 Hanover street, Bos ton. and John F. Henry, 8 College place, New York. For sale by Druggists generally, septosneodtf BATCHELOR’S HAIR DYE. This splendid Hair Dye is tho lest in the world The only True and Perfect Dye. Harmless Reliable and Instantaneous; nodisappointment; no ridiculous tiii'.s or unpleasant odor. Remedies the ill fleets of bad dyes washes. Produces Immediately a superb Black or Natural Brown, and leaves the uair clean, soft and beautiful. The genuine, signed W. A. vxjhclor. Sold by all Druggists. ,, CHAS. BATCHELOR, Prop., A. F. ld&w 1-yrB N SPECIAL NOTICES. BOSTON. In many cities we have been, But we no city yet have been With Boston which will well compare*, So r« uch there is that’s pleasant there. With many churches she is blest; Of schools she has the very best; Music the choicest played or sung; Amusements for the old and young; Ana when her Boys desire new ‘ Clothes,” Those they can buy at George Fenno’s, Coat, Pants, Vest, Hat and Shoes comp ete, Corner of Beach and Washington street Boston, my 28 _ snlw Caokiug Ranges. First class Cooking Hinges amd Stoves CHFAP FOR CASH, call and sec before purchasing. Also Ice chests coolers and Reirigerators. FREDERICK BECKNAM, No. lOD Fore *t. Portland .Tie. (Between Exchange and Plum St.) my3lsn3w Portland & Boston Steamers. CHANGE OF TIME. In order to accomodate the public, auil passengers arriving in the city by afternoon trains, the steamers for Boston,will leave Portland at 8 o’clock in the eve ning on and after MONDAY June 9th. my39sntd_J. B. COYLE, JR.. Qen’l Agent. Piano Tuning. Orders attended to personally by ED. B. ROBINSON, Piano Rooms, 5 C'aliooii Block. (Opposite City Hali.) mar28-d3m. BANK OF PORTLAND. On, and after this date, the uu lei gned will carry on a strictly Banking business, at tbc Banking Rooms now occupied by the Secon National Bank, in Portland, Maine, under the style of the “BANK

OF PORTLAND” and as such, will receive Deposits and make Discounts, in the regular course of the Banking Business. W. N. GOOLD. Portland, June 24th, 1872. jun23nevvlr then sn tf llie Public. The Society for the Prevention ot Cruelty to Ani mals respectfully given notice that Alonzo H. Libby, Constable, whose office is at No. 80 Middle street, (up stairs) lias been Appointed Agent of the Society. The public ate therefore lequested to g've prompt information to Mm of any cruelty to animals that may come to their knowledge, and he will see to it that the offenders are brought to speedy and strict justice. Per orde»*. ap29 sntf Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa. An Institution having a high reputation lor honor able conduct and professional skill. Acting Surgeon, J. S. HOUGHTON, M. D, E savs for Young Men sent free of charge. Address, HOWARD ASSOCIA TION, No. 2 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. mv7 suSm IlOO M PAPERS ! ROOM PAPERS! THE LARGEST PAPER HANGING ESTABLISHMENT East of Boston is at NO. 01 EXCHANGE STREET, and all who are in need of ROOM PAPERS should been in mind Ih it LOT BIROS’. DEVENS & CO. keep n c omplete line of tlieoo gocls. Every possible STYLE AND GRADE is now in stock. A large lot of ENGLISH PAPER HANGINGS are offered at REDUCED PRICES ! SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS offered to owners of let houses, which will enable them to buy their ROOM PAPERS — AT — WHOLESALE PRICES. OUR Window Shade Oepartmcat is very extensive, an 1 nearly all new goods, many designs having never been shown in this market . * SXIA.DE tassels, all sizes and colors. Standard Patent Fixture**, Curtain and Picture Cord**, Arc., Ac., at prices that cannot fail to ensure ready sales. LOTHROP, ©EVENS & CO.. No. 61 Exchange Street. iuy15 tf FOR PIMPLES ON THE FACE, Blackhead and Flesh worm use PERRY’S improv ed Comedone and Pimple Remedy, the gieat skin medicine. Prepared only by Dr. B. C. PERRY, Dermatologist, 49 Bond St., N. Y. Sold by Druggists v erywhere. _mar22dwsn6m 17 “Buy J?Ic and I’li do you Good.”—DR LAJSG'.EY’S ROOT AND HERB B1TTETS. Mo drug«, no poisons uothing deleterious, nothing but healthy roots and herbs, such as Sarsaparills, wild Cherry, Yellow Dock, Prickly Ash, Thorougbwort, Mandrake, Rhubarb, Dandelion,<£c., so compounded as to reaeh the fountains of disease, and absolutely cure all Humors. Liver and Biilious Diseases. Jaon dice. Dyspepsia, Oostiveness, Scrofula, and all diih < ulues arising from a diseased stomaeh or impure blood. Twenty years of unrivalled success has prov ed them to 1)6 the best medicine in the world. GEO. C. GOODWIN <£ CO., Boston, and all druggists. mart snood 16 w A BOOK FOR EVERY MAM. THE “SCIENCE OF LIFE, OR SELF PRES ERVATION,” a Medical Treatise on the Cause and Cure of Exhausted Vital!:y, Premature Decline in Man, and Nervous and Physical Debility, Hypochon dria. I in potency. Spermatorrhoea or Seminal Weak ness, and other diseases arising fiom the errors of youth or the indiscretions or excesses of mature years. This is indeed a book for every man. Thou sands have been taught by 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 ot ills worth reading. 190th edition, revis ed, much enlarged, illustrated, bound in beautiful French clorh. Price only $1. Sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of price. Address PEABODY MED ICAL INSTITUTE, No. 4 Bui finch street, Boston, Mass., or Du. W. II. PARKER, Assistant Physician. N. B. The author may be consulted on tbc above as well as all diseases requiring skill and experience. mar31sncod&wlv IVI^ATiJRIinU. In this city, Juno 1, by Rev. W. E. Gibbs, William Ross and Miss Sarah F. Ivnight. both of Portland. In this city, June 2, by Rev. D. H. Ilanaburgh, Ed ward W. Rand of Portland and Miss Annie M. Young of Augusta. In Cape Elizabeth, June 1, by Rev. B. F. Pritchard. John F. Leinont and Miss Mary F. Fickett, both of Cane Elizabeth. In Biddeford, May 23, A. C. Plaisted and Miss Ma ry E. Buzzed. DIED. In this city, June 2, Granville Batcheldcr, aged 28 years. [Funeral services Tuesday afternoon at 3 o’clock, at No. 42 Winter street. At Long Island. Portland harbor. May 31, Mr. Cbas Me Vane, aged 90 years—a native of Scotland. [P. E. Island papers please copy.l In Bi ldeford. May 20, Miss Belmont Bhhcr, daugh ter of John and Mary Fisher, aged 16 years and 11 months. In Boston, May 30, Mr. C. J. Plaisted. formerly of Gardiner, aged 34 years. In Minneapolis, Minn., May 24, Mrs. Esther M. Newell, widow of Rev. Israel Newell, of Durham, aged 68 years. DEPARTURE OEOCEAN 8TEAJI It1*8 J* AtlK FROM FOR DATE Wilmington.New York. .Havana.June 3 Cuba.New York.. Liverpool_June 4 Minnesota.New York. Liverpool_.Juue 4 City of New York. .New York. .Liverpool .. .Juno 5 Albemarle.New York. .Bermuda_June 5 City of Merida.New York .Havana.June 5 Polynesian . Quebec.Liverpool_June 7 City of Paris.New York. .Liverpool_June 7 Celtic.New York .Liverpool.June 7 India.New York. .Glasgow.Juno 7 Moro Castle.New York.. Havana.June 10 Scotia.New York. .Liverpool_June 11 Olympia.New York. .Glasgow’..June 11 Manhattan.New York. .Liverpool_June 11 Cleopatra.New York. .Hav&VCrazJune 12 Hibernian.Quebec.Liverpool_June 14 Miuiaeure Almanac.June 3. • juii ... Sun sets.7.30 UUU . l.,JO AH. High watox.4.45 PM MARINE NEWS. PORT OF PORTLAND, Womlnr, June 3, ARRIVED. Steamer Glcndon, (Br) Sadler, Boston, to load for ot OOUTl, NJ». and"m.e5BBrUnSWiCk' B°5ton lor Brig Wenonab, Slone, So Amboy. Jos H ply &SBrmSh01’’ *CW Yorl£-“al '» \VSE1Denn?sonar"Un'- Cha“* Puila<1<=lr'hla -coal to t.S^V T, Pel,e'lict. Marr, TVoodbridgc.JfJ-clay to I ortland Stoneware Co. J L Paln^Co1^80’ ri<'rcc' Port Johnson—coal to II Sch Mauna t.oa Sanborn. Port Johnson. to Poland Co1**11' Kan<la11’ p>i*«*thport-coal I1SL pr,neL& Coey’Ha“1It,'E’ EHaabethport-coal to Po^nSew^^^1"8"1- New York-day to StfvensW& Co”*"’ T°lman’ NcW York-llon to A E Seh Florida, Randal], Dolton. Kobinson, Boston, u i Griffin. Roekport. J2 Wormwood. Kennebunk. Scb Malanta. (Br) Sanford. Wentworth. NS. Sch Aurora, (Br) Simpson. St Stephen. NB. Sch Dr Rogers. Hart, St Stephens, NB. *;usfiiaa Counsellor. (Br) Foster, St Stephen, o l Cen», (Bi) Holmes. St Andrews. NB. Sch b Bowlby. (Br) Murchie, St Andrews, NI3. oil J?ai8V» (“f) Maloney, St Andrews. NB. o i Lewis, Lewis. Western Banks— llMO qtls bell Hood Templar, from Western Banks— 105U qtls kch Lucy Ann, Lowell, Tliomaston—lime to CA B Morse & Co. Sch Uobt Woodruff. Lewis. Wiscassct. Sch Medora, Farnbaro. Boothbav. Sch Oregon. Dunton, Bootlibay. Sch Liberator. Kuigbt. Westport. Scb Pioneer, Powers, Macliias for Ncwbnryport. Signal for a brig. CLEARED. Steamer Dirigo, Johnson. New York—Henry Fox. Brio San Carlos, Atherton, Buenos Ayres— C S Dyer. Seh H Curtis. Haskell, New York—J Nickerson. Sell J c Koker, Taylor. Prevalence — Ckas Sawyer. Soli Mariel, Anderson, Boston—Bunker Bros. Launched—At Ellsworth 29th, from the yard o» LM Grant, a sells of MO tons, named the Leonora; owned by the builder and others and to be command ed by Capt R C Bonzey. domestic pouts. Carmk‘n.AC0LA—Ar 27tll’sch J M Bartlett, Bartlett, Katef ProGdencJE~Cld 2Uh' 80,1 Suzan Stetson, 3tom? New YorNkA_Ar 21 a'’ bar‘‘uc s«ah A Staples, BRUNSWICK, GA-Ar 20th sobs „ ; Free thy, Boston; J W Coffin, Sr rout?New*YoriVel ’ Cld 24th, sch Nellie, French, PniffiSSta ork I Old 2Gili, barques E C LitehfloU, Hayden for i*irt Janeiro; Cathedral. Sedgley, Montevedio; tchMnrv E Vancleaf, Thorndike, Daxnarfecotta. 4 aty SAVANNAH—Ar 30tb. sch Sarah L Davis. Cot trell, Fall River. ' ’ 1 CM 3Uih. sch Agnes I Grace. Smalley. Boston. Sid 30th, sch Win Shit r. Waits, Boston. CHARLESTON—Ar 28th, sch Wm Fisher, Lyman, Ruutan. Ai 27th, sch Harmona, Sylvester, Belfast. FORTRESS MONROE—Passed in 31st, brig Liza bel, from Mavaguez for Baltimore. BALTIMORE— Ar 30th, schs Annie Harris. Harris, Eleuthera; Geo Kilborn, Stanley. Windsor NS. CM 30th, brig Hariy. Sedgley, West Indies; schs Ontara, Sprague, Matanzas; Jennie M Murphy,Mur phy. Pembroke. PHILADELPHIA—Ar 29th, sch Mattie Holmes, Cox, Charleston. Below 30th, barque Sam Sheppard, from Cieufuegos Off Newcastle 28th. sch Juliet, for Portland. Sch Sargent S Day, trom Philadelphia tor Portland, is at the Breakwater, leaky. NEW YORK—Ar 31§i, brig Abbie Clifford. Clifford. Matanzas 7 days; seh May Day, Adams, Philadelphia for Saco; S S McKown, Parsons, Eleuthera. Also ar 31st, brigs Mattie B Russell. Wright, Caiba rien 11 days; J Leighton. Leighton. Salem for Port Johnson; schs Lavinla Warren, Johnson, Deraarara 24 days; S S McKown. Parsons, Eleuthera 8 days; E Hanley, Maddocx, Rockland; Indiana, Pendleton, Fall River; Cherub, Fletcher. Gardiner; Eliza Saw yer. Cook. Fall River; Light Boat. Wood, Rockland; Idaho, Freeman, aud Onward, Wlice’er, Providence; Adriana. Bailey. Portland; L Holway, Bryant, from Jones’Point; LM Strout, Strour, Nortbport; Wil lie Marliu, Blake, Portland; Matanzas, Bragdon. Providence for Port Johnson, Nettie Cushing, Jame son, Thomaston; Silver. Spray. Wass, Addison. CM 31st, ship Cultivator, Upton. San Francisco; barques Fannie II luring, Loring, Cadiz; Martin W Brett, Pe*c son, Cardenas; Josie Mildred, Ginn, lor Philadelphia; schs M A Rich, Rice, Savannah; Nel i lie Clark. Clark, Boston. rasseu tnrougu nen uarc 31st, schs v and aha, Ful lerton, Hoboken for Brighton; Fred C Holden, Mc ! Ray, do for Providence; Mint!la, Crocker, Rondout for Boston; N H Hall. Murphy, Hoboken for Port land; Ocean Ranger, Whitney, New York lor Salem; Zicova, Candange, Elizabethpoit for Salem: Oxpray, Crowley, New Yc*-k for Providence; Challenge, Ben nett, do for do; Douglass Haynes, Adams, from Port Johnson tor Augusta; J E Uamage. Pilcher. NYork for Boston; Helen Thompson, Bradford, Elizabeth port tor Portsmouth. NEW HAVEN—Cld 30th. scb Neptune, Clark, for New York. PROVIDENCE—Ar 30tli, sehs C W Holt, Delay, Savannah; M&K Henderson, Spear, Georgetown; Elizabeth, March, Ellsworth. Ar 31st, schs 11 S Billings, Billings, Calais; Gen Howard, Erskins, Gardiner. EAST GREEN VVICH—Ar 31st, sell Samlalphou, A.vlward, Dcnuysville. VINEYARD-HAVEN—Ar 30th, brigs Wenonah. Stone, Amboy for Portland; Benj Carver. Williams, Port Royal tor Boston; sclis A H Hodgraan. Strout, Femanaina lor do; John McAdam, "Montgomery, Alexandria fordo; J P Wyman, Perry, Hoboken tor do; Mary L Newton. Hammond, do for Amesbury; Mauna Loa, Sanborn, and Casco Lodge, Pierce, Elizas bethport for Portland; Olive Elizabeth, Randall, and P S Lindsey, Hamilton, do for do. Ar 31st, schs Charlotte Fish, Williams, Virginia tor Boston; Napoleon, Smith, New York for Portland; Forest, McAllister, So Amboy for Rockport. BOSTON—Ar 31st, brig Elmira, Creamer, Bangor; I schs Mary Frances, Maloney, St Stephens, NB; Gen Hall. Wade. Jacksonville; R F Hart. Hart. Alexan dria; Mist, Robinson, Calais; Billow, Steele, and Union, Dennison. Machias; Sarah Moore, Herrick, Brooklin; Marmora, Smith. Bangor; DTPatchin, Patchin, Castino; Areola, Wolston, Bath; Roxana Burley, Knight, Yarmouth; Ximena, Ingalls, Chil mark. Ar 1st, schs Lizzie Cochran, Ryder, from Surinam; Amos Walker, Dunn, Alexandria; Kcoka, Look, Elizabethport; Pilot’s Bride, Brewster, Hoboken; Mahaska, Leighton, New York; Good Hope, Percy, Batb. Ar 2d. brig Mary E Dana. Nell. M lyaguoz: brig Bcuj Larver. Williams, Port Royal. SC; schs AH Hodgman, Strout, trom Femandiua; John McAdam. Montgomery, and Addie Fuller. Fountain, Alexan dria; Herman Curtis, Curtis, and Annie Tibbetts, Curtis, Philadelphia; New Zealand, Haskell, Port Johnson; J P Wyman, Perry, do; G A1 Partridge, Bunker, Rondout; Boaz, Brown. «io; Prize. Ober, and Van Vuren, Seavey, do; Telegraph, Woodward, Ellsworth. Cld 2d, barques Sarah E Kingsbury, Waterheuse, Demarara; Ellen Stevens, How, for Cardenas; sebs Giraffe, Hammond. St Stephens. NB ; Clarissa Story, Atwood Banogr; L D Wentworth, Blake, do; Ra diant, Nickerson. Portland. GLOUCESTER—Ar 3ist, schs Floreo, Hale.Calais; | Commerce Torrey, New York for Bath. PORTSMOUTH—Ar 30lh, sell Judge Low, Hallo well, New York. Ar 3tst, schs E Arcularius, Gregory, fm Hoboken; Veto. Henderson, Philadelphia; Chas Carroll, Cud wortli, Rockland; Josephine. Sanders, Rockport; Re volution, Kelley, Calais, Minueola, Whitaker, Ells worth. FOREIGN PORT*. At Akyab April 10, ship Richard McManus, Foster, from Bombay tor England. Ar at Valencia 13th alt, barque Allred, Burt, from New York. Cld at Havre 17th ult, ship Sami G Glover, Miller, Sydney NSW. Ar at Surinam Glli ult, brig John Aviles, Herriman Boston. At Harbor Island 20th ult, sell M E Higgins, Paine, for New York 2 days. At Trinidad 20th ult, brig Aroostook, Bryant, for Philadelphia 10 days. SPOKEN. May 24, lat 31 40, Ion 72 48, brig Mary A Chase, lm Portland for Havana. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PROPOSALS For Furnishing Rations and Fuel for Light-Vessels, Supply-Ves sels, and Tenders, in the First Light-Ifouse District. -- Ligiit-Hou>e Inspector’s Office, \ Portland, Me., June 2, 1873. J SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this Office until 12 o’clock. M., on MOND * Y, the 23d day of June, 1873, for furnishing aud delivering any Rations and Fuel that may be called for by the Inspector, for the tenders, light-vessels, and supply vessels, in the First Light-House District, for one year from the 1st day of July, 1873, to the 30tli June. U74, inclusive. The rations to be of good and ap proved quality; to be delivered al ngside of the light house tender, or other vessel nrovided for the pur pose, at Portland, Me., in good and sufficient pack ages, barrels, boxes, and cases, and in good order, for the number of peisons which will be spe« ified by tbe inspector for each vessel, once a quarter, free of all expense to the United States, agreeably to specifica tions and tables marked A and B, attached thereto, wbichlwill form a part ot the contraei, copies cf which may be had by applying at this Office. All bids mu-'t be sealed and endorsed, ‘‘Proposals for Rations and Fuel for Light-vessels,” iSrc., and then placed in another envelope, and left at or di rected to this Office, prepaid, if sent by mail. By order of the Light-House Board: W. K. MAYO, Ju3-law3w Light-House Inspector. M My M M IJ| iVJB Wm RB vl Constitutional Tcudcucic*.—The way’ in which diftbreut ii dividuals are affected by the same causes of disease depends upon constitution and tem perament. Some persons, for instance are prone to levers, some to bilious attacks, and others eo ner vous affections. In all cases where a peculiar suscept ibility to any variety ot disease exists, the toniDg, regulating and purifying operation of Tarrant’s Effervescent Seltzer Aperient will be lotind the «nresfc safeguard against an attack. Individuals of a billlmia and constipated habit, or subject to dvspepsia, or whose nerves a‘c easily ex cited, should frequently resort to this refreshing saline corrective, especially in warm weather. It is no less potent as a preventive than as a remedy. Sold by all druggists. ju3Tu&S2w&wlt M. SEAVEY, M. 1).. 242 Congress Street* Has added to Lis business the Agency of the Ilcalth-Lift Co. At lii< room is a machine which ail who are troubled with Lame backs, weak stomachs or imperfect cir culation of the blood are invited to examine. Ma chines deliver. <1 to purchasers at N. Y. prices. Ho meopathic medicines as usual. ju3-3t Office of the A. C. S., I Foot Pbeble, Me , Mav 14,1873. ( OEALED Proposals in duplicate will be received ►o at this Offire until 11 A. M., Jane 2utb 1873 for furnishing the Fresh Heet required by the Sub sistence Department, U. S. A., at this Post, during six months, commencing July 1,1S73. intormaiion as to conditions, quality of Beef, payments, &c., can be obtained Ity application to G. W. WIER Ju?-dtd 1st Lieut, 5lh Artillery, A. C. S. House ou New High St. for Sale ! \ „y£vy ‘A story house containing IT finished 'ooms with closets and clothes presses, and every modern Improvement; good cellar and sewerage; house he ited by furnace. Lot 31 x !)2. This is a rare opportunity for a purchaser to buy a good piece of ■rvSvrtxl cen!ral.iy ■orate'. Apply to F. G. PAT rtttboN, dealer m Real Estate. Ju3d2w A Frcucli Lady, A\7"HO has just arrived in this country wishes to T T get a few scholars to Instruct in French and German. Would like to get a si1 nation in a school as teacher of Languages. Is'confident of giving satisfaction, having been a teacher many years. Terms very moderate. Address MADAM IS A. K. NETT, 16 Freo St. Jun3-d3t# FOR SALeT~ Horse, Express Wagon, Harness, 1’i ug and Jig ger for sale. M. J. O’CONNELL, Corner of Dnctforlli and Plensnut Sts. jn3 St* M. C. SI. A. A STATED MEETING of the Maine Charita ble Mechanic Association, will be held at Lib rary Room, Mechanics* Hall, on Thursday evening, .June 5th. a _ GEO. A. HARMON, Jh3td Secretary. For Kent. MTho comer House in the new block on Non) and Brackett streets. F ne Bathing Room, Water closets, G »s and Sebngo. PoHsessi m edveu immediately. Apply to F. G. 1'ATIKitSON, dealer in Real Estate. Ju3d2w Valise Lost. LOST, between G. T. R. Depot and Slate St., a small Valise. Tho fintlcr will be rewarded by leaving the same at 03 State St. Ju3-3t I NEW ADVERTISEMENTS j PORTLAND & ROCHESTER RAILROAD. Hummer Arrangement. June Ml, IN?], feSSgga. *'a„e"gcr train., to„ por„an,, direct connection at Rochester with trains for* Boston over Boston & Maino and Eastern Railroads. AlvA connect at Rochester with Dover and Winninlseooee Railroad for Alton Bay, and with Portsmouth, Great Falls and Oonway Railroad tor Conway. Leave Rochester for Portland and way stations at 6.10 A. M. and 12 M. The 12 o’clock train making direct connection at Rochester with trains from Boston, leaving Boston at 8.30, A. M., via Boston Maine, and Eastern Railroads. ^ Leave Portland for Gorham at 4;03 P. M. Leave Gorham for Portland at 4.-15 P. M. Leave Portland for Saco River ar 6.20 P. M. Leave Saco River for Portland at 5.30 A. M. Mages connect as follows: Llmtamom dau” West Gort^.SUndlah.and No. anatUmln^.m<,tayf0r 'Ve,t Bntm’ “°nnT Newfleld, Par- I urdays, returning Si;nale d^-Tllur8Joj» and Sat daily. CC"tre WaterW for Limerick, Par,onsfleld, WIU.I A M II. TORN KB. Suprrintm^n,. ____ jun3-rc For Sale. rjIHE subscriber, Laving located Id* busmen, t„ J. Boston, now otters liis residence No. fi Dccriue stteet for sale. The house, with it, improvement, is first class. Price only §13,000. Terms easy. Can he examined daily from 10 to 11 A. M. and 3 to 4 p. M. Will be sold with the Furniture il desired. Jn3d2t GEO. SI. HARDINO. AVA NTT ED! SIX GOOD CABPE'VTEBH. Enquire of WHITNEY & MEANS, ju3d3t . 86 Pearl street. For Sale. BRICK HOUSE No. 5 Park place. A desirable House, in good order. If not sold by June 10th will be leased for a term of years. Inquire of JOHN C. PROCTER, 93 Exchange street. juSdlw To Let. A SMALL tenement of B ro. in, in tie upper part of bouse 22 Bramhall St., to a family without children. Gas and a plenty of good water. Ju3 •!„ Wanted. A GIRL for general bouse work at No. 241 Cumber land Street. iu3*3t j HOLBROO K’S LLAMA JACKETS — AND — SHAWLS, Oar own Importation, in all the NEW SHAPES, at Popular Prices. £3?*’All cars going South pass Dover Street. COR. SHAWMUT AVENUE & DOVER ST., BOSTON. ray31__21 SAT Plants for Sale. 8000 VEEBENAS, Strong and healthy, free from Rust. A very fine collection of Greenhouse and Bedding Plants, in excellent condition at my Greenhouse. North .and Montreal Sts., (Munjoy Hill.) ALBERT DIRWANGER, FLORIST. may 15_d3w REMOVAL. 1HAVE moved my office to No. 17 Exchange St., Ocean Insurance Co. Building. •T. H. IIAMLEN. Portland, June 2, 1873. Notice. HAVING made arrangements with Lumber man ufacturers of Southern Pine at all the princl pal shipping ports, I am now p. epared to fill orders for Ship, Factory, Car and Bridge building. South American and West Indies cargoes, at lowest rates. J. II. IIAMLEN, Lumber and Grncral Commission mer chant, No. 17 Exchange St., Portland, Mew No. 47 South St., New York. Portland, June 2,1873._ tf Leavitt, Burnham & Co., WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IX ICE. No* 14 Cross Street, Portland. Orders left at Ice Office, 14 Cro?s St., or wiih J. C Proctor, 93 Exchange St., will be promptly attended to. C^’Puro Ice supplied for all purposes in anj quantities and at the apll LOWEST KATES. _ istt_ WATCHES, Chronometers and Clocks, Of Foreign and American Make, Spectacles and Jewelry, -A.t 54 Exchange St -BY— W1I. SETTER, AGENT for the Superior Waltham Watelra, which maintain their well earned reputation for timekeeping and reasonable price. In every vari ety of gold and silver cases—open face and bunttrs Kev winders and stem winders. myl2-dly 8300 Reward. lity-o! Cortland. City Marshal’s Office, May 14,1873. A REWARD of Three Hundred Dollars will be pai l by the city to any peraouwho will give in formation that will lead to the arrest and conviction of the j>er8ou or pe sons that set tire to the house ol M. Welch, on Laich street, April 27, 1873. GEO. W. PARKER, myl5d3m City Marshal. The National Board of Fire Underwriters ' — HEREBY OFFERS A REWARD of 8500 for the detection, conviction and punishment of par tics charged with the crime of arso i, in tiring the {■remises situate on Larch Street, in tho Citv of l’ort and, oil April 27th, 1873; said Reward will l* paid ouly on duo proof being furnished tl>o Executive Cauimittec of the conviction and actual punishment of sai l criminals. Bv Order of the Executive Com mittee, STEPHEN CROWELL, Chairman. New York, May 13th, 1873. mv24-d2m GAS STOVES. I WOULD respectfully inform the public generally that I have a good assortment of Gas Stoves for cooking and heating purposes. Specially adapted for cooking in hot weal her. J. KIMS HI AW, NO. 128 EXCHANGE STREET, may 30 dim IF YOU WANT TO FIT A DIFFICULT FOOT — GO TO — PALi?IEK’S, 13‘2 ]Vfiddie Street, Where vou call get a wide or na. row, full or slim Boot lust the width and length that will be easy ano graceful, an.i enjoy the rare Injury ot wearing a per fect fitting Boot. mylood6w Clotliinsr Cleansed CLOTHES Cleaned and Repaired at short n dice alia all kinds of goods dyed tn a thorough man ner Also Second-liami Clothing lor sale. All orders will receive prompt and faithtul attcu tion- WILLIAM BROWN, Federal Street, my'JOdtf_Near the Park. Portland Savings Bank, NO. 91 EXCHANGE ST. ALL deposits of one dollar and upwards com mence interest on Ihe first day of tho month fUlm0^g-dn "ate 01 FLANK NOYES. Treasurer. Lumber and Dock Timber Wanted In exchange for ■iccamalin Boiler., IlorU^ml feed FnmpM ami Other Jlacbinery. Address, «. ». ANDREWS, fehtdtf Pearl St- Now \ ork_ Maine Medical Association. milE annual meeting of the Value Medical JL elation will be held at the City Building, I land, on Tuesday. June 10, 1873, at 10 o’clock, A. m Session to continue three dav*. „ . CHAS. O. HUNT, M. D., Secretary. may-0 t!hv A Fine Business Opening FOR a young or middle age*! man of nnexreptiona ble character. Experienced accountant and one thousand debars capital. Investigation is Invited Address BoxiJUS Portland Me. novSitf MISCELLANEOUS. REPORT-OF THE CONDITION OF TIIK CANAL NATIONAL BANK, OF PORTLAND, At close of business April 23, 1873. RESOURCES. Loans ami Discounts. 9*1,365 04 U. S. Bonds to secure circulation. 533,000 00 Other Bonds. 16.900 00 Due from Redeeming and Reserve Ag’ts. 109.116 40 Due from other National Banks. 4,so5 81 Banking House., 25,000 00 Current expenses. 3,860 55 Checks and other Cash Items. 1.1.* 89 60 LU1» of National Banks. J022OO 00 I '°rU« .CurvTency an<1 Nickels. 2,200 00 Legal Tender Notes. 60,000 O0 $1,791,657 40 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in. G00.000 uu Surplus Fund. 120,000 oo Discount. 22,957 13 Exchange. 306 00 Profit and Loss.135,141 39 527ft 404 5‘» National Bank Circulation outstanding.. 179,430 00 State Bank ** “ 9.447 CO Dividends unpaid. 370 00 Individual Deposits. 392,057 67 Due to National Banks. 31,9^8 21 *1.791,657 40 L B. c. Somerby, Cashier of ‘*Tho Canal National ank, of Portland/* do solemnly swear that the a ve statement Is true to the best of my knowledge end belief. B. c. SOMEKBY, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 31»t day of May, 1873. OEO. C. PETERS J. P. Correct, Attest: W. W. Thomas, j Wa. Hammond, J Directors. Wm. Deekino, 1 J“2_ d3t REPORT OF THE CONDITIOK OF TIIE Casco National Bank -A.T PORTLAND, IN THE STATE OF MAINE, At the close of business April 25th, 1873. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts.*1,238,584 67 U. S. Bonds to secure circulation. 535,000 00 Other Stocks, Bonds and Mortgages. 43.456 00 ,.e ,,mReserve Ag’ts. 144,662 83 BankingHouse°.go'ooo 00 Other Real Estate.S$00 M Current Exitenses. 1 in 28 Cash Items.. ■ . 52*704 at Bills of National Banks... 1L907 00 Fractional Currency (including nickels). *542 17 Specie. 8,438 44 Legal Tender Notes. 70,000 00 82,207,24! 10 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock. 800,000 0 Surplus Fund.160,000 00 Discounts. 29,733 25 Profit and Loss.137,159 14 - 326,892 39 Circulation. 479,000 00 Dividends unpaid. 1,190 OO Deposits..563,501 63 Due to National Banks. 56,663 08 Total Deposits.8601,354 71 82,207,247 10 STATE OF MAINE, 1 „ County os- Cumberland, I 85' I, William A. Winship, Cashier of the Casco Na tional Bank, do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to the beat of my knowledge and belief. WM. A. WINSHIP, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to beforo me, this 31st dar day of .May, 1873. A. F. GEKRISH, Justice of Peace. Correct, Attest:—S. E. Spring, 1 I. P. Farrington, j Directors. J. S. Winslow, ) lu2 3t BONDS. New York City .... 7 a u 11 m m m m Brooklyn City - - 6’s Jersey City - - 7’r Elizabeth City • - - . 1’i Canada Southern R. R., Gold, • 7’f B. & Cedar Rapids R. R., Gold, - 7’g Northern Pacific R. R., Gold, - 7-80’ -for sale by R. A. BIRD, 97 Exchange St. __" febflg J. B. Brown & Sons, BANKERS, So. 40 Exchange St., PORTLAND, tlAINE. Business the same as an Incor. porated Bank. Interest allowed on Deposits. Dealers in Government Bonds. Gold and Foreign Exchange. Investment Securities constant ly on hand. _isti H. M. PAYSON & CO., Bankers and Brokers, — OFFER FOB SALE — Portland City .... 6’s Kangor.B’s Bath ..... .6’s Cook County .... 7’s Chicago • .... 7's Toledo, Ohio .... 8’s Scioto County, Ohio - • 8’s Leeds k Farmington E. R., guaranteed B’s Portland k Rochester R. K. - - 7’s Maine Central R. R. - . . 7's Northern Pa iflc R. R. Gold - 7-SO’s Government Bonds, Bank Stocks and Gold Bought and Sold. 32 EXCHANGE STREET _ap3_PORTLAND._dtf BONDS. State of Maine .... 6’s Portland & Bangor City - - 6’s Bath & Rockland City - - - 6’s Chicago City - - - • 7’s Wayne & Clay County, Illinois, • 7’s Toledo, Ohio, ... 7.30’s Northern Pacific R. R., Gold, - 7.30’s Bnrilngton Cedar Rapids k Minn. • 7’s Maine Central, Consolidated. - - 7’s Canada, St. John & Halifax Bank notes Bought and Sold. WUI. E. WOOD, Atft Sept 8-dtfls 67 Eirlmitr Si PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS will be received at this Office until 10 o’clock, TUESDAY, the 17th day of June. 1873,for improving the following named rivers, viz: 1. Mathias River, Maine.—For the removal of about 2,000 cubic yards of the rock known as klkldlc Bock, in the harbor of Machlas, Me. 2. 1‘enolucol River, Maims—Fur the removal of about 375 cubic yards of the sunken ledge, known as Gr.-en’s Pier Ledge, in the harbor of Banger, Me. Persons desiring to make proposals lor tlie above named works arc requested to appiv to the under signed at bis Office, No. 11 Clapp's Bkck, Congress Street. Portland. Me., or at No. 2 Bulftnch Street, Boston, Mass., for printed forms, specifications and funner Information concerning tin- same. U. S. Engineer Office 1 GEO. TIIOM, Portland, Me., f Lieut. Col of Engineers. June 2, 1873. ) Bvt. Brig. Gen. U. S. A. Ju2_dtit #25 REWARD. THE nbovc reward in offered to any person who will furnish the dog, nnd prove his ownership, that destroyed the Swans in Evergreen Cemeferv oil the 27th Instart. Anil NPEt'lAI, ISisTfCflv Is hereby given that Dogs am Absolutely forbidden within the Inclosure of the Cemetery. JAMES BAILEY,) C. E. JOSE, [ Trustees. _ „ J. S. PALMER, Portland, May 29th—d3» HOT TEA ROLLS. HOT TEA ROLLS can be had from W. C. Cobb’s Bakery or Carts EVERY AFTERNOON. my hi tf MRS. M. H. NEAL, Has the largest and best assort ment, of Hats and Bonnets, trint ed and nntrlmed, of any in the city. Call and see. Hair Goods in all their variety. 327 CON Git ESS ST. roy28 _d2w Slfip Timber and Knees. I HAVE the largest and best stock ol Shin Knees in the State. Also best «inality seasoned White Dak Treenails, and "in furnish Hackmatack. H-.irdwood or White Oak Timber and Plauk »t the lowest cash prices. Portland, Doc. SO, 1672. ** ®An‘®*

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