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

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated June 3, 1873 Page 3
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the peess7 TUESDAY HORNING, JUNE 3, 1373. THIS PIftttSK May be obtained at the Periodical Depots of Fes senden Bros., Marquis, Robinson, Bnnell & Co.‘ Andrews,Wentworth, Glendenning Mo^es, Hender son, aud Chisholm Bros., on all trains that run out of the it v. At Buldeford, of Pillsbury. At Saco of L, Hodgdon. At Waterville, of J. S. Carter. At Gorham, of News Agcut. At Bath, of J. O. Shaw. At Lewistou, of French Bros. At Kennebunk. of C. E. MLlcr. CITY AND VICINITY. New Adreriiwemeut* To-Day. AUCTION COLUMN. 2000 Choice Plan s—F. O. Bailey & Co. Desirable Real Estate—F. O. Bailey & Co. Executor’s Sale—F. O. Bailey & Co. ENTERTAINM ENT COLUMN. Forest City Trotting Paik. SPECIAL NOTICES. I. O. O. F.—Ma ne Lodge. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Portland A- Rochester Railroid. For Sale—Geo. M. Harding. Wanted—Giil. For Sale—M. J. O’Connell. To Let—Tenement. % Valise Lost. Proposals—W. H. Mayo. Sealed Proposals- <». » • '' for. A French Lady. M. Seavey, M. D. M. O. M. A.—Stated Meeting. House on New High street for Sale. Tarrant’s Seltzer Aperient. Wanted—C rpenters. For Sale—John C. Procter. MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES The Fays-Army & Navy Hall. Parlor Set—Abram Bros. Superior ('ouri. MAY TERM, SYMONDS, J., PRESIDING. Monday.—Edward Moore vs. City of Portland. Te9 imony for plaiutiff in progress. The defence will probably be opened Tuesday forenoon. Mattocks & Fox for plff. Libby for defts. Municipal Court. BEFORE JUDGE MORRIS. Monday.—Randall E. Skilliu et al. vs. Harris Ber ry. Ac.iou of trespass. Damages $20. Judgment for defendant. Appealed. Larrabce. O’Donnell. Entries 16; defaults 11; continued 17. Brief Jottings. The steamer City of Richmond will take per sons to and from Rockland to attend the Mass Meeting of the State of Maine Reform Clubs, to be holden Thursday, June 5th, at one fare. Burglary at Windham. Soi'TH Windham, May 31, 1873. Our village was visited by burglars on Tbus da> evening and the store of W. & W. H. Bacon & Co. robbed of several huudred dollars worth of property. The carriage shop of-E. T. Smith was first visited, whore tools were pro" cured by which the store was broken. It is thought the thieves will be caught. The firm have recently opened a shop for the manufac ture of sale work injthis village, having lit'ed up one of the best shops in the county, and are doing a large business, the best of work, and are a reliable strong firm. No prospect of improvement of onr Water power this season. Politics arj dull—Gubernatorial question somewhat discussed; mostly inclined to Kent but some Stone laborers. Saji. It was a package of black crape, not lace, that was picked up near the Phess office Sat urday. The concert of the Musical Club, which was announced for Thursday night, June 5th, will be given to-morrow Dight instead. It will be a delightful affair. Frank Hurd got his hand jammed while shackling cars on the Portland and Rochester railroad, Saturday. There were 32 intensions of marriuge and 55 deaths recorded at the City Clerk’s office during the month of May. The 6.30 p. m. freight train on the Boston & Maine yesterday, comprised 31 “long” freight cars. The Maine Wharf and Portland Pier Co.’s hold adjourned annual meetings to-morrow. Rev. Mr. Hincks, of State street church, commences a four week’s vacation to-day. BDeering boys amuse themselves by playing “Injun” and shooting at yju from behind fences as you ride by. The result is a large in crease in (he number of life insurance policies taken out by those of our citizens who have occasion to drive in the suburbs. Tho members of Braraball Lodge, K. P. are to meet at Pytbian Hall at two o’olock this af ternoon, for the purpose of attending the fun eral of their iat brother, Granville Bacheldtr. Members of Munjov Lodge are requested to at tend. On the 16th of May 1786, a writ was served against Moses Parker of Standish, for the non payment of six gallons of rum, which he owed to Jeremiab Burnam, of a place called Bridg ton. So says a time-stained document which came into our possession yesterday. Yesterday people began to recall the tradi tions of tlieir childhood that we live in tbs Temperate Zone, “shielded on the. one hand from the vertical rays of a torrid sun. and on the other from the chilling blasts of the north ern ice-fields.” That was about the way tho old geography’s put it. Members of Maine Lodge. I. O, O. F,. are referred to the special notice column. Articles to be contributed through the First Baptist Society to the Hospital Fair, may be left at 169 Cumberland street. The steamer Express, Capt, Oliver,which has become a regular boat to Peak’s Island, is now undergoing thorough repairs for the summer season. Capt. B. W. Jones has put bis yacht Clarence on tho route i.i the interim, and by it a very pleasant sail may be taken to Peak’s Island with the Harbor Master himself as pi lot. About four weeks since an intelligent dog followed tho Bridgton stage to this city, and since his arrival has taken to the two lines of horse cars, following tho Spring street line in the forenoon and the Congress street in the afternoon. Last evening, a short time before the Boston boat left the wharf, one of those men who al ways succeed in making themselves disagree able, began promiscuous abuse of the persons congregated at the landing. Thereupon one of of the crowd bestowed a sound and well-merit ed kicking npon him. The “ICickee” was tak en into the boat just in time to save him from a terrible beating. There were five drunks at the police station last night. Deputy Williams found a woman on the streets last night who was evidently deranged. Wha she was and what’s her name she didna care to tell. Forest City Park.—As will be seen by the advertisement in another column the trotting to take place at Forest City Park on the 10th, lltb, 12th, 13th and 14th of June is expected to surpass any of the June meetings that have ever been holden. The premiums offered, amounting to $2500, are larger in amount than ever yet announced in this city. The number of entries already is 57, and the tale is not yet complete. The show of horses promises to bo a fine one, and the trotting cannot but be ex cellent. The Maine General Hospital manag ers offer a gold mounted harness and a Martin Pennell wagou, valued at $350, as premiums. On that day the gate money will he turned over to the Hospital fund The Weather in May.—The monthly re port of Mr. Williams, the signal service obser ver at Portland, shows an average temperature In May of 52.24°. The lowest temperature was on the 8d, 34°; the highest on the 24th, 75°. The highest barometrical pressure was record ed on the 8th, and the lowest on the 13th. There have been 10 cloudy d ys and 8 rainy days, with a total raiufall of 2.08 inches. The mean temperature aud pressure have been about the same as in May, 1872; the rainfalls a little less. The prevailing wind has been southwest and the maxium velocity 24 miles an hour.__ Novel Entertainment.—An amusing and novel entertainment was given at Army and Navy Union Hall last evening by Prof. Stearns, the celebrated Psychologist. His de monstrations are all that he advertises them to be, and every one that can spend an evening at one of his entertainments and not have sore sides is to be pitied. His entertainment is simi lar to that given by Prof. Stone at Fluent Hall some time ago. No one can find a pleasanter place to spend au evening than to listen to the Professor. He gives two more entertainments, one to-night and to-morrow evening. The Battle op Newbern.—1The G. A. it. Dramatic Club is doing its best to present, as heretofore, an entertainment worthy of the patrouage of our citizens, and we hope to see Music Hall crowded at each representation. The reserved seats will be for sale at Stock bridge’s music store, 158 Exchange street, at 10 o’clock this morning. Our advice is to go a ujl secure seats early to avoid the crowd. City Affairs. The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Mayor and Alderman was held last evening.— Also a special meeting of the Cotmnou Coun cil. IN BOARD Or MAYOR AND ALDERMEN. The Cammittee on Streets Sidewalks and Bridges reported favorably 'Ui the proposition from the United States government to bear part of the expense of paving the streets fronting the Custom House, with blocks of stone, and those on which the post office fronts with wood, and passed the orders given elsewhere. . . Leave to withdraw was granted on petition* of Charles Sampson. Mrs. A. Colby, Peter n ‘ ■ iarns and William Jones. .. The Committee on Accounts reported that they had examined the aecountso , | Treasurer and Collector- and[ L,t^3i allj found financial year eudiug Maren j, * them correct . on the petition for and A sowers on Middle. Spring, Ci'dwS, Washington, Mayo, Oxford rid xt John streets, and the matter referred to the Committee on Drains and Sewers. Ail order to pay to the treasurer of the India Street Universulist society the sum of 81,036.5!). that being two-thirds of the cost of the bell located in the tower of said church, was re ferred to the Committee on Fire Department. Petitions presented and referred—Of Sam uel Thurston et als. that 1 lie sewer on Water ville street be continued through Monument street; of Crockett, for same on Pearl street; ollei'cival Bouncy et als, that sidewalk on W inter street he repaired; of Paul Prince et als., that sidewalk on Lincoln street he repair ed; of Alfred Woodman et. als., from Parish Committee of Congress Square church, for ocnci uu iii^u mica, ui v/iiaiiL‘3 a. liitutrjuuu for license as lish market; of Charles B. Spence for same; of Win. Sawyer, for abatement of sewer tax on Stone street; of Harmon & Lew is, for license to sell fireworks till the 4th of July; of John Wall for license as victualler; of A. S. Crockett, for permission to build a two story tenement house on Pearl street; of Fletch er & Co., tor damages from overflow of sewer. Orders Passed. -That the committee on streets, sidewalks and bridges, bo and they are hereby directed to pave with granite block pavi uicnt Free street from east line of Custom House street to west line of Pearl street; Pearl street from north line of Fore to Commercial street; Commercial from west line of Pearl street to east line of Custom House street, and Commercial to Fore streets. The estimated quantity being 2!M!) square yards, the cost of the same not to exceed three and twenty-four hundredths dollars per square yard. The coui mitteo are directed to collect from the U. 8. government such a sum as may be deemed equitable for the pavement laid around the Cus tom House, the c st to lie charged to the appro priations for streets, etc., that the committee on streets, sidewalks, etc., lie and are hereby di rected to pave with wood, Exchauge, Middle and Market streets in front of the IT. S. post office building. The estimated number of yards "s about 2200 square yards, the cost not to ex ceed the sum of two dollars per square yard.— The committee are directed to collect from the i IT. S. government such a sum of money as may seem equuaoie ior me pavement lam iu me oe fore mentioned streets, the cost to be charged to the appropriations or streets; that the com mittee on streets, sidewalks, etc., be directed to straighten the northerly lino of Fore street between Market and Pearl streets to conform with the line established in 18fi7, the cost esti mated to be $1400; that the City Treasurer pay to the Portlaud Institute and Public Library the sum of $1200, that being the amount of the annual appropriation; that the Committee on Fire Department purchase 1000 feet of leading hose. Papers from the lower Board were passed in concurrence. Ebenezer Rich was appointed special police man without pay. IN JOINT CONVENTION. Both boards went into johit convention to elect subordinate city officers. C. H. Leighton was elected Third Assistant Engineer of the Fire Department. Charles Sampson and Adam W. Barbour : were elected City Constables. IN COMMON COUNCIL. The order for paving Congress street, from | State to High, was taken from the table and refused a passage. The petition for a cross walk on Preble street was referred to the Committee on Streets. The petition for the city to appropriate a sum of money lo hire the Portland band to give band concerts, was referred to the Committee on Public Instruction. Papers from the upper Board passed iu con currence. The petition of John Tyler for $15, iu fees for hay scales, was referred. Adjourned. A Musical Race.—The grandfather of the present John K. Paine, the distinguished'au thor of “St. Peter,” was also named John K., and was born in Standish, Me., and lived there for about forty years. His musical talents had obtained at that time a wide celebrity, and he wa3 visited by a delegation of Portland citizens who induced him to remove to this city. Soon after taking up bis residence here he entered into the manufacture of organs, aud organized the Portland Band, which has continued in ex istence to this day. Several of the sons of Joliu K. Senior were members of this band, one of whom. Jacob S., was the father of the compos er of the Oratorio “St. Peter.” The John K. ! Senior was a musical celebrity in every sense of the word. Iti fact, in early life his penchant for the organ aud musical organizations had so strong a hold on the unknown and untaught young man that he, living in the dense woods of Standish. two miles from any other resi dence, conceived the idea of building an organ for his own gratification. An attempt at any thing in the musical lino was with him a sure forerunner of success. He at once made ar rangements to be absent a week, which time he spent in this city (Portland), iu exploring the interior of the organ in the old St. Paul’s church. At the conclusion of that time he re turned to his home in Standish and commenc ed on bis house, alone, with the simple aid of a saw aud jack-knife, the manufacture of an or gan with two stops. The organ rose in propor tions as week after week passed by, reaching to the wall, and still not completed. The timbers of the house were obliged to be cut down aud the organ was at last completed, and Paine then reaped the reward of his labors. It is but a year .or two since that we, in company with the composer of this oratorio, stood with un covered head within this ancient building and gazed with reverence on these living memen toes of this mau’s inventive genius and perse verence. Thus has the musical mantle truly been transmitted through two generations and has fallen with superior grace upon the shoul ders of one who nobly sustains the high talent aud rare genius of his worthy grandfather. “The first Paine organ” was soon purchased by the old church iu Limingtou, and remained in good service for forty years without any im provements being made, and is still in existence * there at this day. ITSzlinc General Hospital Fair. BEQULATIONS. The following general rules have been adopt ed for the government of the refreshment de partment during the Fair: 1st.—Ail articles contributed, become tho property of the Fair, and are not to be wi:h dr.twn without the consent of the Ladies’ Ex ecutive Committee. 2d.—The Department will he under the charge of a coumittce of three, selected from the La dies’ Executive Committee tor that purpose. 3d.—It will be the duty of this committee to provide suitable facilities for special work of the Parish Committees, to affix prices'to arti cles sent in. and to settle all questions which may he referred to them. 4th.—Tea, coffee, butter, milk, strawberries and ice cream, dishes and a portion of the labor will lie provided by the Ladies’ Executive Com mittee. oth.—It is expected that the Parish Commit tees will solicit from their respective societies all kinds of refreshments not provided by the Ladies’Executive Committee; they will also take the entire charge of the tables ou their re spective days, will provide ail assistant corps of ladies whose duty it will be to take charge of table of supplies, and a number of young ladies who will wait upon the tables. Societies are also earnestly requested to send in floral decorations for their respective days. 6tb.—The fiuancial arrangement of the de partment will be under the charge of a treas urer, cashiers aid assistant cashiers. Miss Au ua Evans will act as treasurer and her assist ants will be selected by her and the Ladies' Executive Committee, aud will serve during the Fair. 7th.—In consequence of magnitude of the Fair, thereby necessitating help from so many people, it will be impossible for any person in any way connected with the Fair, to be provid cd with free lunches. A room has been provid ed, pleasant and accessible where ladies can if they choose, make little lunch parties of their own. 1 Stb -It is requested that all contributions to the Refreshment Department shall b ■ sent to Fluent Hall each day by ;> o’clock a m Mbs. 8am’l Small, i Mrs. 8. K Lymas, > Committee. Mrs. C. H. Burb, ) Larcenies.—Yesterday morning deputies Williams and Bridges arrested William Hinck ley alias Melville Kenniston at the house of Michael Crowley in Cape Elizabeth, for the larceny of two coats, one from the house of a Mr. Keardou aud one from Woodbury’s stable iu this city. The deputies captured the man in his little bed. He hails from Bridgton, and seems to be a man who has a great aversion to sunlight, he having passed most of his life in prison. „ Last evening about flo’clock a man entered the store of Howe, Hilton & Tarbox, 103 Com mercial street, and stole therefrom a 00 pound chest of tea while the men were handling flour in the rear of the shop. Chase was given To him and the tea was dropped. Shortly afterwards Deputy Williams and officer Hanson arrested him after a fierce struggle on his part. He gave his name as John Rand, and said he was from Hartford, Ct. He claims to be a fore mnner of Karnum. The Gbeelv Hospital.—As the small pox campaign of last winter and spring, has *>een triumphantly fought out to a successful co. a brief review of the labors of the Board of Health during that fearful epidemic may no. now'to out of place. We cannot forget the fright occasioned by the breaking on of this malignant disease in the early part of last win ter, not only in this city, but in Boston and other places. At first the former hospital on the city grounds built for the e3. ccial purpose, was used, but by reason of its comparitively small size and inad equate heating apparatus had to bo given up. On the first of January, the Greeiy Hospital— named in honor of the late Eliphalet Greeiy, Mayor of the city, during whose administration it was built, was put into excellent condition by the citv government, and placed under the general medical charge of Dr.B. B. Foster, City Physician, with Dr. A. W, Larrabee as resi dent physician and general superintendent. The number of cases treated have been sixty eight and the last patient was “discharged cur ed” a short time since. ^vs uim iii* a leariui epiueuiiu, reyviio will almost inevitably arise unfavorable to Hos pital management; we liave taken the paius to make a personal examination of the Greel.v Hospital and to institute some inquiries rela tive to the treatment there received; and the result has been to demonstrate that the best medical care has been imparted to the inmates. A full record of tile cases treated, with every ueeded remirk to explain them was kept. Those who died (the number was comparitively small), were properly interred in the cemetery near the Hospital, aud each grave is suitably marked aud numbered, so that the remains of any particular person can be readily ascertain ed. The furniture in one room, which belong ed to the late Father De Bose, was a sad re minder of his self-sacrificing spirit in adminis tering the consolations of religion to the dying, from which lie contracted his fatal disease. Many are not. aware either, that “the Black Maria” is really a very convenient carriage well fitted up with a comfortable brd, and that pa tients removed in it were even provided with hot rocks aud other means of protection from the cold. The city has been very liberal too in providing every needed form of help aud com fort. Good nurses of both sexes were employ ed, and a uniform degree of heat was regulated by the fireman and watchers. Too much credit can hardly be awarded to Drs. Foster and Lar rabee for their onerous labors which have been performed promptly and with great faithful ness. The work for the present is over, and j the hospital was yesterday closed, it is hoped not to ba re-opened for the reception of patients with the small p >x for some time to come. JlArNE Hospital Fair.—The Executive Committee acknowledge the donation of addi tional articles and money in aid of the Maiue General Hospital Fair, from the following named parties: Kennebec Journal, Sprague, Owen & Nash, Augusta, advertising. E Corey & Co., set wheels and axles. Brunswick Telegraph, A. G. Tenney, adver tisi ng. Chadbourne & Kendall, bill fancy ties. T. T. Burgess, silver brick from Hamilton, Nevada, valued at $21.53. S. C. Shaw. W. Meridian, Ct., silver plated breakfast castor. E. Churchill & Co., hhd. 1*. K. molasses. Machias Union, Drisco & Parlin, advertis ing. Simpson & Sawyer, vegetable cutters. R. E. Lyon & Co., Skowhegan,bundles print ing paper, 200 pounds. Clias. Bradley, sewing machine. J. & G. Meakin, Liverpool, 1 dozen water pitchers marked “Me. Gen. Hospital.” Mrs. S. J. M. Homer, water Color painting by Miss Ellen Adams. Kiug & Dexter, cutlery. A friend, cash. Cyrus Green, half barrel pearl barley. Emerald Boat Club, cash contribution, $09. 82. A friend, knife box. Winthrop Cornet Band,cash contribution 820, through Dr. Shaw. Fletcher & Co., half barrel family beef, half barrel tine pickles. Wood. Sherwood & Co., Lowell, Mass., two cases corrugated wire goods, $100 Charles H. Haskell, Treasurer. St . Peter.—The first orchestral rehearsal of St. Peter took place at City Hall last evening, under the direction of Mr. Paine, and was a most marked and triumphant success. About twelve of the orchestra were present. The complete harmony of the orchestra and the chorus was remarkable, taking into considera tion the fact that it was their first rehearsal. Many of the most difficult of the choruses were rendered with a power, skill and spirit that was very pleasant to Mr. Paine. Among the spectators we noticed Mr. Henry S. Ed wards, go long organist at High street church, who has come on from Natick to be present at the production of the oratorio. Mr. Osgood arrived last evening, and Miss Phillips and Mr. Rudolphsen will arrive this morning. Large numbers of musical people are expected from New York, Bostou and other places. A final rehearsal takes place at City Hall this after noon. The seats are nearly all sold, and those who arc desirous (and who of us are not?) to bear this magnificent production of Mr. Paine’s genius, must secure their seats at once. It is evident that this greatest musical event in the history of Portland will fill City Hall with the largest and most select audience ever as sembled within its walls. Convention Transportation. The Portland & Ogdensburg and Portland & Rochester railroads will take delegates to the Bangor Convention and return for one fare. Delegates will pay full fare at the station wuero they take the train and be furnished with re turn certificates on application at Bangor to Z. A. Smith, Secretary of the State Committee. 'The Maine State Year Book for 1873-4, pre pared by Edmund S. Hoyt, and just issued by Hoyt & Fogg, will be found a valuable refer ence book and political manual, contain ng, as it does, all the latest statistical matter of State and National importance, as well as important information to public and business men. It is gotten up in the usual neat and convenient style, and is fuller even than usual. Where to Get Them.—Tickets to the Fair may be obtained at the following places: Gcr rish & Pearson, Abner Lowell, Wm. Senter, J. A. Merrill & Co., II. II. McDulTee, Hall L. Davis, Luring, Short & Harmon, Ira C. Stock bridge, Hawes & Cragin, Schumacher Broth ers, F. F. Hale, also at the headquarters i f the Hospital Fair. .m.«CCLIiA»EOU8 NOTICES. The Fays give a spiritual seaucc to-niglit at the ante-room Army & Navy-Hall. Old Dn. Goodhue’s Bittees.—The reason this medicine performs such remarkable cures, is that it works upon the bldod, purifies and renovates the whole system, that its claim up on the public is firm and lasting. Sold by deal ers in medicines generally. jc3-d&wlt 1’aklob Set.—Has been used a short time, green and crimson reps, cost $100. Will be sold at a great sacrifice. All kinds of second hand furniture, stoves &c., auction rooms of Abram & Bros., 125 Federal St., under TT. S. Hotel. _____ All parties having fancy articles for Maine General Hospital Fair are earnestly requested to give notice of place of deposit, to Mrs. Bion Bradbury, 32 Park street; as the Ladies’ Ex Committee will inspect prices on Thursday,Fri day and Saturday, June 5tb, Gtb and 7th. MaeyS. Deerikg, Sec’y. jun2d3t _ Maher & Co., opposite the post office, have, a splendid assortment of summer styles of hats, which they are selling at a small profit. my28-5t If you waut to get Shaved or your Hair Cut, goto Perry’s Hotel Hair Dressing Rooms. may30-tf Foil Loss of Appetite, Dyspepsia, Indiges tion, Depression of Spirits and General Debili ty, in various other forms, Ferro-Phosphora ted Elixir of Calisa^a made by Caswell. Hazard & Co., New York, and sold by all druggists, is the best tonic. As a stimulant tonic for patients recovering from fever or oth er sickness, it has no equal. If taken during the season it prevents fever and ague and other intermittent fevers. may21-4wt Dr. TJrakn at Preble House Tuesdays and Wednesdays of each week. His cures are won derful. _ may30-d&wtf Lotiirop, Devkss & Co. have the new China board shades They are a great improvement on the old style rustic shades. Call and see them. No. G1 Exchange street._ maylotf Vases and Bouquet Holders for Cemeteries’ and Public Gardeus. Send for price list Nutter Bios. & Co., 20 Market Square, Port lei*d. _ may!) tf W. C. Beckett, 137 Middle street bus just returned from Boston with another lot of fancy coatings and pantaloon goods, which will do you good to look at, and more good if yon pur chase them. may23-3w Now is the time to have.vour window screens made. Lothrop, Deyens & Co. have received a large quantity of German linen and cotton gauze, green wire, &e. No. G1 Exclianga St. maylTtf Ip you want a good Rslrigerator, call at Natter Bros. & Co.,2!) Market Sunave. mayD-tf_ BY TEIEGltAPH. MATTERS IN MAINE. Drowned. Ea&tfokt, June 2.—Newell Leighton was drowned at Pembroke Saturday afternoon by tbe upsetting of his boat in a squall. He was for some years gate keeper at the Pembroke iron works. NEW HAMPSHIRE. Portlaud, Saco & Portsmouth Railroad. Portsmouth, June 2.—At the annual meet ing of the Portlaud, Saco & Portsmouth It. Ft. at Kittcry fo day, the old board of directors was re-elected. * A motion of Mr. Boss of Boston, that the lease of the road made to the Easterm road last year be published, was opposed by Messrs. Ichabod Goodwin and W. H. Y. Hackett of Portsmouth, and Dr. Kittredgeof New Market, was voted down by a majority of 7 to 1. Mrs, Levi Woodbury, widow of ex-Governer Woodbury, is seriously ill at her summer resi dence in this city. MASSACHUSETTS. Losses of the Insurance Companies. Boston, June 2.—The following is as correct a list as can be ascertained until adjustments are made, of insurance losses of companies do ing business in Boston by agencies, on the fire last Friday: Foreign offices, $310,000; New York offices, $291,000; Pennsylvania, $180,000; Hartford, $77,000; Providence, $19,000; Ban gor, $13,000; miscellaneoas, $80,000; total out side of Boston, $970,000. Ancient and Honorable Ailillery. Six hundred plates were laid for dinner at the Ancient and Honorable Artillery this af ternoon. all of which were put to use. Among the speakers were Gov. Washburn, C. M. Bus sell, A. H. Bice, Gen. N. F. Banks and Dr. Geo. B. Lorii g. After dinner the Ancients marched to Boston Common where Major Ben. Pcrley Poore,commander elect, and other offi oers for the ensuing year were commissioned by the Governor. In the Municipal Court to-day, Frank I. Shydia was fully committed to await the action of the cororuer’s inquest on the charge of shoot ing Thos. Mahar on the 3d of May. Mahar died yesterday at the hospital. Naval Changes. Capt. E. B. Calhoun, who has been Execu tive officer at Charlestown Navy Yard upwards of two years, has been ordered ta take com mand of the Hartford, flagship of tho East India squadron. NEW YORK. Sunday Crime. New York, June 2.—Charles Wilson, a captain of a scow boat, pounded his wife and threw her overboard last night, in East Biver, observing afterwards that he had had onough trouble with her. A policeman jumped over board and rescued her. It is discovered that the Long Island mails have been systematically and successfully rob bed for a long period. The people at Hampton, SnffolkandGlencovc have been sufferers. Platt, keeper of a Water street den, was ar rested for opening with a cheese knife the head of a sailor named Charles Barney. William Shaw split his wife’s head open in Greenwich street last night when drunk. During a quarrel in Thompson street Vincent Blood cut Wm. Thompson’s throat while the iatter was attempting to bite off his nose. Both were colored. FitzPatrick probably murdered his wife in Yonkers last Monday, though the remains were not found till Saturday, and then in a decom posed,.horrible state. It is believed he stran gled her. A despatch from Cold Springs, N. Y., this morning says that he surrendered him self last night to officer Traviss, confessed the murder, and is now lodged in jail. Tweed’s Trial Postponed Until October. Judge Davis granted this morning an ad journment of the trial of William Tweed till October, and tne adjournment was granted on affidavit of Drs. Cline and Meredith and ex coronor Sehumer to the effect that to proceed with the trial now would endanger tho life of John Graham, Tweed’s leading counsel. New England Railroad. The New England Railroad Co., to-dav elected the following directors: J. R. Mac beth, J. Q. H. Hoyt, E W. Serrell, D. C. Lit tlejohn, A. S. Devine, L. J. Guthrie, 0. J. Pusey, Hiram Barney, A. W. Humphreys, J. H. Jackson, B. R. Smith, E. R. Wiswell, C R. Craiggs. A Rig Job. It is stated by the Post that a.big railroad job was smuggled through the' Legislature during the last hours of its session, by John T. Caunaver and others, by which nearly all the streets in this city are at the mercy of said company, in which they can by its provisions lay rails and run cars. A Card from HErury Wnnl Beecher. Rev. Henry Ward Beecher to-day issues the following card to a Brooklyn paper: Dear Sir:—I have maintained silence respect ing the slanders which have for some time past followed me. I shall not speak now, but for the sake of relieving another of unjust imputa tion. The document which was reeeutly published, was witnout consultation either with me or with Mr. Tilton, nor with any authoriza tion from us. If that document should lead the public to regard Mr. Tilton as the author of the calumnies to which it alludes, it will do him great injury. I" am unwilling that he should even se -in to be responsible forinjurious statements whose force was derived wholly from others. (Sigued,) Henry Ward Beecher. Various matters. The Health Board to-day ordered a disinfec tion of the streets, gutters, &c. Clerks in the custom house having sold their salaries in advance to a brokcraud not paying him when due, he sued them. Judge Quinn dee.ided that the broker could not recover, as public officers violate public policy bv such a course. WASHINGTON. Tax on Banks, Washington, June 2.—The impression seems to prevail among certain collectors of internal revenue, that the Act of Deeembor 21, 1872 which requires persons enraged in hauking to make returns to internal revenue officers of their capital, circulation and deposits semi-an nually instead of monthly as heretofore extends to National Banks, and in some instances Na tional Banks have been required to make such returns to internal revenue officers. This is in correct. The law question extends only to pri vate and State bankers. The duty on capital, circulation and deposits of National Ranks is payable to tlia Treasurer of the United States ui the same manner as leretofore. Appointments. The President has appointed John A. Bing ham. of Ohio, Envoy Extraordinary, and Min ister Plenipotentiary of United States to Japan. His commission was signed this afternoon. He lias also appointed Louis E. Orapsey, Consul at Chemuitz, and Wm. H. Short, Consul at Car diff. Notice to mariners. The Light House Board gives notice that the range of lights on the wharves of Newbury port, Mass., will be exhibited on and after tho first of June. tic re Trouble in Aruauu. Little Rock, June 2.—In the Supreme Court to-day the Attorney General tiled an ap plication for a writ of quo warrauto, against Gov. Baxter, to show by wliat authority he holds the office of Governor. The application set3 forth that tho Governor has unlawfully usurped the office. Although Gov. Baxter re fuses to recognize the right sf the Court to hear such an application and has announced that he will obey no mandate issued by it on such an application, and has refused to em ploy counsel to conduct the case, Judges English aud Camp ton, both eminent attomies, appeared iu court and opposed the filing of the application. The argument on this point has been going on all the evening and will be contiuued to morrow. The filing of this application by the Attorney General has renewed tbe'excitemcnt of a few days ago, when it was rumored such action was to be taken. Should the writ be granted it is thought a conflict will ensm . Tlia Governor holds that the Legislature adjudicated the mat ter aud that was the ouly power that could do so. The militia are being reorganized by Governor Baxter. Horrible IHurder. Richmond, Va., June 2.—A despatch from Suffolk, Nansemond county, Va., states that Mrs. Dempsey Jones and her sister, Miss Doyier, living nine miles from that place, were murdered yesterday and the bouse plundered while Mr. Jonesaud llie children were at Suu day School. A bloody club was found in the bouse and marks of bloody bare feet discovered at the front entrauce. There is a clue of the murdererf and the citizens are bunting them. NlcEucry Viclals to the President. New York, June 2.—The address of Gov. McEuerv of Louisiana, sets forth, as the Presi dent has resolved at all hazards and at all costs to sustain by the military arm of tho nation, the present usurpation of the Kellogg State government, further resistance will prove bar ren of useful or practical results, while the President’s proclamation will speedily repress any threatened outbreak iu any part of the State. UETEOKOLOCilCAL. PltOUARILITIES FOR THE NEXT TWENTT-FCCR HOURS. War Dep’t, Office Chief Signal Officer, Washington, D. C., June 2. (8 P. M.) For New Rnclaud light to fresh winds, mostly from east and south, clear or partly cloudy weather. For the Middle States light to fresli easterly and southerly winds and increasing cloudiness, and possibly light rain in Maryland and Virginia. Tn New York the su:t against Harvey Barnes to recover §00,000 for undervaluation of in - ported sugar has been discontinued, the defend ant paving the amount claimed together with ne irly *5000 costs. The International Typographical Union con vened at Montreal Monday; 120 delegates were present. The Eud of the Modoc War. Capt. Jack Hnrreudcs. Applegate’s Mansion, Clear Lake, Cal, June 1st, P. M., via San Francisco, June 2.— This morning the troops at camp in Langelle valley were divided in several parties and sent out in scouts after the fleeing Modocs. Just as the scouting parties left, the Modoc captives with the exception of Bogus Charley, Hooker Jim, Steamboat Frank and Shackuasty Jim were sent to this rancho in charge of Lieut. Taylor of the 4th Artillery and a small detach ment of men. Applegate’s House, Clear Lake, Cal., 1 3-30 P. M., via San Francisco, June 2.

—A series of prolonged yells and cheers arous ed this camp from a pleasant ciesta half an hourafter the departure of my last courier._ Gens. Davis and Wheaton-nnd the other offi cers and all men rushed from the house and tents to find the cause of the uproar, and at once the whole camp was in commotion. Down the level plain north of the house tvas a grand cavalcade of mounted horsemen. The studs rushed forward at once at a furious rate and soon neared the groups of spectators scattered about the premises. “Capt. Jack is captured” shouted a sturdy sergeant. Again the valley echoed with cheers and yells. The mounted command was that of Perry. He had returned from a scout of twenty-three hours, three miles above the month of Willow Creek. At half past 10 o’clock t is morning the Warm Spring scouts struck a trail, and after a brief search the Modocs were discovered. Col. Perry surrounded the Indian retreat.- His men were bound to fight. Suddenly a Modoc shot out from the rocks with a white flag. He met a Warm Spring and said Capt. Jack wanted to surrender. Three scouts were sent to meet Capt. Jack. He came out cautiously, glanced about him a moment, and then, as giving un an nopes, came forward and held out his hand to his visitors. Then two of his warriors, five squaws aud seven children darted for'h and joined him in the surrender. The command that made this farnour scout was the squadron of the 1st cavalry, Col. D. Perry, composed of troop F, Lieut Moller, and troop H, Major Trumbull and medical officer assistant surgeon Dewitt. 'J he guides were C. Pullman aud H. A. Applegate. Capt. Jack is about 40 years old, five feet eight inches hi h and compactly built He has a large and well formed face full of individual ity. Although dressed in old clothes he looks every inch a chief. The Modocs are grouped in a field near the house and are surrounded by a guard. Spectators peer into Capt. Jack’s face with eager interest, but ho heeds them not.— He is still as a statue. F O K K l~Gr N. Germany Oiuaihflr i wlih the Election of Mc.Tlntion. London, June 2.—A despatch from Berlin says that the German government is dissatis fied with President McMahon’s election by the French Assembly, and will not enter into regu lar diplomatic relations with his government until satisfied that France will faithfully ad here to the treaty of Frankfort. KENOR TELEGRA.m Maryland has five persons awaiting hanging and is trying one more. In the case of the two boys who robbed and fatally injured the depot master at Burnside, ConD., last February, the jury caused much surprise by not being able to agree. Members of the order of United American Mechanics to the number of 1000 paraded in Patterson, N. J., Monday. The Court of Claims decided several more cotton claims in favor of the claimants yester day. The Credit Mobilier hill in equity was amend ed yesterday by including several more names. Cornell University is receiving large dona tions in consequence of the accusations made against Ezra Cornell. The German Komar. Catholic Beuevolont Union of the United States commenced its six eenth annual convention at Detroit yester day. The St. Clair flats canal will during the pres ent season he widened to 200 feet aod the depth increased to sixteen feet. The work is to com mence immediately. Base hall, Baltimore—Balti mores 12, Wash ingtons 3._ FINANCIAL AND COJUMCRCiAL. Receipts by Railroad* and Mtenmbaofs • Grand Trunk Railway—5 cars sundries, 2 do for New York, 5 do for Boston, 1 do potatoes, 10 do laths, l do bran, 1 do for express, 1 do for Boston & Maine Railroad, 4 do corn, 8 do for Bangor, 10 do flour 1 do shingles, 80 do lumber, 2 do iron. 1 do for G T R, 12 do for St John, NB., ID do for Halifax. Foreign Exports. BUENOS AYRES. Brig San Carlos—300.9G7 feet lumber. F'oreign Imports. COW Bay, CB. Brig Mary Olivia—2G4 tons coal to John Porteous. ST. STEPHENS. NB. Schr Dr Rogers—2709 rail road sleepers to order. Schr Russian Counsellor—2200 railroad sleepers to order. ST. ANDREWS. NB. Schr Germ—2150 railroad sleepers to J I Roberts. Scbr Elizabeth Bowl by—2400 railroad sleepers to C Barrett. Schr Daisy—1900 railroad sleepets to order. ST. STEPHENS, NB. Schr Anna—2130 railroad sleepers to order. WENTWORTH. NS. Schr Malanta—175 tons of plaster to Knight <£ Whidden. Public Debt Statement. Washington, Jane 2.—The following is a recapitu lation of the public debt for the mouth of May, as it appears on t ne hooks of the Treasury: DEBT BEARING INTEREST IN COIN. Bands at G per cent.$1,332,738,650 00 Bonds at 5 per cent. 414,567,300 00 Principal.$1,747,305,950 00 Interest. 35,154,198 02 DEBT BEARING INTERERT IN LAWFUL MONEY. Ccertificates of indebtedness at 4 per cent.$ 678,000 00 Navy pension fund at 3 per cent. 14,000,000 00 Principal.$ 14,678,000 00 Interest. 181,780 00 DEBT ON WHICH INTEREST IIA8 CEASED SINCE MATURITY. Principal.$ 2,156,270 2C Interest. 319,421 19 DEBT BEARING NO INTEREST. Old demand and legal tender notes. .$ 356,082,622 50 Certificates of deposit. 29,125,000 00 Fractional currency. 45,276,643 21 Coin Certificates. 30.44S 60 Principal.*.$ 460,932,864 71 Unclaimed interest. 14,504 84 TOTAL DEBT. Principal.!.$2,223,073,084 97 Iutsrest . 35,669,904 05 Total.$2,260,742,989 02 CASH IN THE TREASURY. Coin.$ 75,588,316 16 Currency. 6,065,799 40 Special aei>08it held for redemption of certificates of deposits as provid ed by law. 29.125,000 00 Total.$ 110,779,115 56 DEBT LESS CASH IN TREASURY. June 1st, 1S73. 2,149,963,873 40 May 1st, 187J.$2,153,489,155 96 Decrease debtduriug the month.$ 3,525,282 50 Decrease of debt srnco March 1st, 1873. 7,416,827 07 Decrease from March 1, 1869, to March 1,1873,. 368,082,559 48 BONDS ISSUED TO PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANIES, INTEREST PAYABLE IN LAWFUL MONEY. Principal outstanding.$64,623,572 CO Interest accrued and not yet paid. 1,615.587 80 Interest paid by the United States. 18,509,280 90 Interest repaid by tlie transportation of mails, &c. 4,185,773 18 Balance of interest paid by the United States. 14,323,507 72 Carriers’ Delivery.—The following shows the mail matter collected and distributed during the month of May, 1873: DELIVERED. Mall Letters.49,492 City Letters. 3,587 Newspapers.35, J 30—88,200 COLLECTED. Mail Letters.63,338 City Letters. 2,280 Newspapers. 4,947—70.5G2 _ 158,774 Boston Stock Liat. (.Sales at the Broker’s Board, June 2.1 Boston & Maine Railroad.119} ISevr York Stork and Jlon**f iTIaricrl. New YoitR. June 2—Morninn.—Gold'117}. Money Sperceut. Steiling Exchange 108} @109}. Stocks strong. State bouds dull. New Yorr. June 2—Evenina.—Money was easy at 5 @ C per cent. Sterling Exchange firm at 1U8 11-16 for 60 days and 109} @ 109} lor si jht. Gold weak un der the announcement that the Government would 1 sell <7,000,000 during the month, and that German bankers were free sellers. Gold opened at 117} and j closed at 117} @ 117}. The clique does not ap pear to be attempting to control the market; loans 3 @ C per cent, for carrying. The clearances were 64, 000,000. Trcisury disbursements $1,000,000. Gov ernments quiet and firm. State bonds dull and nom inal. Stock speculation was erratic in Pacific Mail, which fluctuated between 404 and o9, closing at the lower figure. The course of the »;och was influenced by rumors in regard to the forthcoming statements, both from old and new b>ards. Outside of Pacific Mail the market was srnugand higher, with Wes era Union. N Y Central, Rock Island, Lake Shore and Indiana Centr .1 as the features. The advance re pie sen led a moderate business. The market with the exception Pacific Mail closed strong. The following were the quotations of Government securities: United States coupon G’s, 1331.122} Uuiteu Males 5-20’s 1S62.llrg United States 5-20’s 1864.1JG} United States 5-20’s 1S65, old...118} United States 5-20’s 1865, new. 119 United States 5-2o?s 1S67.115} United States 5-20’s U68 .120 United States 5*s, new. H5 United States HMD’s.,coupons.! ... .114 Currency 6’a . 113 The following wove the closing quotations of Stocks: Western Uuion TelegraM- ( c .. . c-.» Pacific Mail. .’.'.39 N.iY. Centra’and Hudson liIvor consolidated. . . .1 Erie. Erie prefer red.’. Union Pacific stock.....!!!!!.!!!..!.. 27} The following were the quotations for Pacific Kail .IC3} .. 86 Union Pacific land grants.Si Union Pacific income bonds. Western. Rice n ,, a shade firmer and mJlaStSw11* ?f ^Ric Sugar 8 l-16e; refining 71 rs) an active; Porto Rico at sales 500 bags of Suvanida mSu*? ^uiet, and firm; Stores-Spirit.-Turpentine‘luiet. Naval changed at 3 20 for ..trained Petrde.m nns'n “5* 8Je; re lined at lfljc. Talh.w ia «eaI{y“aTs crud8 Freights lo Liverpool vtry tlrm; Grain, Mr.;.. at a ioj 10}d., CHICAGO, June 2.-Flour ilnll ana a sliaao lower with verv light sales; extra SpriDg 5 93 7 0{)_ Wheat doll and lower; No 1 Spring at 129}; s-„2 Spring at 1 25on spot; do seller June t 25c wiler July at 123}; No 3 do 110} ® 117; rejected egg @ 1 00, closing weak at insi le prices. Corn In fair de mand and lower: No 2 Mixed at 38c for regular on spot; 38£c seller June; 41$ ^ 413« seller July; 44c bid for seller Aug; rejected 37c. Oats in fair demand and lower; No 2 regular 30}c; fresh at 31c cash; 30J seller June; 32Jc do Ju v. Rye dull and lower; No 2 at 68 @ 68&c. Burley quiet and weak; sales fresh No 2 Fall a* 76 *; N*v3 at 5G. Provisi >ns—Pork dull and Iwcrat 15 75 cash or seller June; seller July 16 00. L ml quiet and unchanged at 8 55 cash or seller June. Bulk Meats steady; shoulders at 6{e packed; short rib middles ;uoted at S§@ 8$. Bac m is unchanged; shoulders quoted at7£c; clear rib sid s 9Jc: clear sides OJc, all p teked. Whiskey steady at 90c. Lake Freights—Corn to Buffalo 5; Wheat to do 5Jc. Receipts—8,500 bbls flour, 46,000 bush wheat. 145, 000 hush corn, 150,000 hush oats, 4,000 bust rye, 2,000 bush barley, 00,000 hogs. Shipments—8,000 ootsflour, 47,000 bush wheat, 375, 000 hush corn, 160.000 bush oats, 1,000 hush rye, 00,000 b jsh barley, 0000 boss. UUII0 6.—x'ioiii n miu aim uiiciiungeil.— Wheai dull and lower; sales No 1 White Wabash at 1 95; N » 1 White t1icld?:in 1 75; Amber Michigan on spot l 624; seller June 1 62*; do last half do 1 63; sell er July 1 604; No 1 Red 166; No 2 Amber Illinois l 67. Com easier; high Mixed on spot or seller June 4541 seller July 464c; seller Aug 484c; do Sept 494c; White at 58c. Oats dull and declining; White 44c; No 2 at 394 @ 40c. Lake Freights dull and unchanged; to Buffalo 34 @ 4c; to Oswego 7 @ 74c. Receipts—4,000 bbls flour, 21,000 bush wheat, 25,000 bush corn, 1,000 bush oa:s. Shipments—0000 bbls flour, 00,000 bush wheat,00,000 busb com, 0,000 bush oats. Cincinnati. June 2.—Provisions—Pork quiet at 16 50 bid, 16 75 asked. Lard dull and notbiug doing; steam held at 84c; kettle at 8Jc; some choice city brands held at 9c. Bulk Meals firm; shoulders at 64c; clear rib sides held ai 84c, 94c bid buyer July; do j Aug 94c; clear sides held at 8Jc. Bacon is in fair de mand and steady; shoulders at?4c; clear rib sides 94c; clear si »es held at 94c; in fair demand at he low er. Wbiskev firm at 69c. Detroit. June 2.—Flou dull and a shade lower at 8 50 @ 9 25 for choice White Western. Wheat is dull and lower; extra White 1 65 asked; No 1 White l 814 @183; Amber Michigan 1 624 161. Corn dull and declining; sales at 13 @ 40c. 'Oats dull and low er; sales at 394c. Receipts—3.000 bbls flour, 12,000 bus*; wheat, 2,000 bush com, l'KM) bush oats. Shipments-3000 bbls flour, 2,000 bush wheat. 6.000 bush corn, 5,000 bush oats. Charleston, June 2.—Cotton quiet; Middling up- , lands — @ 18c. 8 *! Savannah, June2.-Cotton firm; Middling up lands at 184'*. Mouile, June 2—Cotton firm; Middling uplands 17|e. New Orleans, June2.—Cotton in moderate de- ! man 1; Middling uplands 18 @ 184c. Freight*. New Orleans, May 28—Ocean Freights.—There is ' no change in the market. Tlic only room for Europe | now on the berth is the re-idue unengaged on the two j steamers, which is about 4500 bales. Several steam- | ere are expected next week. The steam rate for Ltv- j erpool is still Id for CoMon. There is not a bale of i sail r *om left in port. Last engagements were at §d. j Two or three vessels just in are to be put on the berth j shortly. There is an active demand for ro «m as large ; quam» ties of Cotton and Tobacco are-to bo moved. ! The steam rate to New York is lc for Cotton, to Liv- j erpool via New York gd, to Hamburg, do, 13-16d. ENTERTAINMENTS. Forest City Trotting Park. IS NOW open and ready for Season ticket holders. Tickets admitting the holder to all races over the Park, and for riding or driving for season oi 1873 can be obtained ol the Proprietors or of E. Dana t. apothecary, or J. F. Libby’s Stable Congress St. ! my27dtf_BAILEY & WILLIS MUSICAL CLUB CONCERT — FOB TJIE — iiaim: geneb.u, iiospitai,, Wednesday, June 4th, 8 o’clock, ROSS9NI R(»OnS, City Building. Ticket* for 6ale at Lowell's and Stockbrhlge’s. Jn2 3t ARBANGEill E % TS — Fun — Maine Gen’l Hospital Fair To be holden in CITY AND FLUENT HALLS, PORTLAND Commencing Jnne 10, at 2 P. M., To continue Eight Bays nut! Evening*, (*unilay* excepted). On each cloy after the lOtli the Hall* %vill be opened from lO o’clock A. Rft. until IO o’clock P, M. Governor Perliam will deliver an Address at the opening of the Fair Tuesday afternoon. Music by the Portland Band. The Refreshment Department, under the charge of the Ladies' Executive Committee, will be In Fluent’s Hall, which will be connected with Utv H 11 by a Bri !ge. Entertainments will be given each evening in Rc ccp'.ion Hall. R ssiui Hall will be used as a Picture Gallery, where the largest and finest collection of Picture* over ^een in Maine will be exhi ited. Anion: the other attractions will bo an exhibition of Glass Blowing, a manufactory of Earthern Ware, ! Punch and Judy show, Shooting Gall* ry, &c., &c. j Arrangements have been macie with all Railroads and Steamboat lines in the State for half fare. Tick ets good from the Huh to ltth of June inclusive. Admi sion Tickets to the Fair will be sold with all halt fare tickets for 25 cents each. Congress Hall will be 01 en day and evening under the charge of a competent person for the use of vis itors to the Fair from out of the city. Entrance to this hall second door from Temple street on Congress. Admission to the Fair 25 Cents. Contributions for the Fair will be brought tree over any of the railroads or steamboat lines n the State running to Portland or by the Eastern Express Com pany if marke • “Hospital Fair, Portland. A. W. H. CLAPP, Chairman,) C. H. HASKELL, Treasurei, <4 E. JOSE. Secretary, Executive S. C. GORDON. S. H. TEWKSBURY, 11. F. FURBISH, I Committee. F. H. GERR1SH. JAMES E. CARTER, J ju2 dtd [Establisheu 1847.] DALTON & INGERSOLL, Wholesale Dealers in Plumbers’ Supplies! So». 17 & 10 Union 81., Boston. Plumbers’ Earthenware a Specialty. Iron Soil Pipe nml Fittings1. Copper Bath Tab*. Copper Bath Boilers—30 to tOO gallons. Brass Ac Plated Faucets—every variety, for water, s'earn and ga*». Brrss Pipe Ac Fittings—full lines. at Manufacturers* prices to the trade only Illustrated Caialogues and Price List showing 100 drawings, furnished to customer*. m\ Keoolm ^ORTLAMD BAND, AS Military Band and Orchestra, are in readiness to furnish music for all occasions required by applying to J. COLE, Leader and Secretary, No. 16 Brown sireet and at Band Headquarters, ly* Market Square. Also J. COLE’S Quadrille Band will furnish any number of pieces for Parties, Balls, Picnics, Thea tres, &c., A c. Apply a* above. my!53w Hemlock Boards FOR_SALE. 100.000 ft. Hemlock Boor<li for sale by FITCH BROS., mavSO-dlw* % Mebago. SEBAGO HIE WORKS, £To. 17 Plum Street. THE nroprietors of ibis establishment will just say t.* tue public that they arc prepared to dry bv steam and also prepared to dry, e'eanse and linteli all kinds gent’s wearing apparel, and also ladies* dresses, shawls, cloak*, all col rs, or cleansed an 1 warrant them not to smut, mylfdtfJOHN S. MILLER. JfIK SlOtK OF Custom Made Hand Sewed Boots and Shoes is superior to any other Stock in Hew England in point of quality, style, finish and fit. So don’t wrong yourself bv sending your measure to Hew \ork or Boston, when you can obtain the very best boots made, and always a sure fit, of HI. G. PALMER. my9_eodCw Spring Styles for Ladies Dresses and Street Garments, at MISS M. G. MAGUIRE’S, No. 11 Clapp’s Block, up stairs. apr!7 •_tf Portland High School. THE Principal of tliis School having, by reason of other engagements, declined to be a c ndliiate lor re-election, applications for the position maybe made in pcson or in writing, accompanied with references, testimonials, &e., until Julv 14, ls73. The next term will commence Aug. 25,1873. lewis b. smith, Chairman S. School Committee. Portland. May 28,1873. _dtd notice. THE annual meeting of tbo Proprietors of MAINE WHAKF will be held nl « Thomas 4| Exchange street, on MONDAY, due -I, at i o’clock P M., for the choice ot officers and the transaction of suib other business as may legally come before them.GE0EGB A TH0MASj C]erk, Portland, May 26, 1873._f'0""1 Plants for Sale. 1 my5dlm 119 Spriug Street. PortlMMl, Mo. COUNTRY BOARD! boarders enn be accomodated at Ridge Cottage, 1J miles from Bridgton Venire. Good air, majjnifi ent mountain , and lake scenery, fine drives, convenient boatins an.l : fishing. Address, >V. G. KIMBALL, Bridgton, Me. j rayl6 oodt For Sale. r|!HE SEBAGO DYE HOUSE, Ho. 17 Plum St., is L in go<»d condition with all apparatus necess iry for the business. Apply to the proprietor at No. 33 Newbury street or to J REED, No. SO Middle street. my 17__ eodt JOB FRINTINGRueatly executed at this office. ENTERTAINMENTS. Grand Musical Event. The Hay dn Association OP PORTLAND announce that they will give Joint K. Paine's Great Master Work, ORATORIO ST. PETER ! (The first American Oratorio) with Immense cast On Tuesday Evening, June 3<1, — AT — CITY HALL, on which occasion they will be agisted by ih© r,,i lowing renowned artists: Miss ADELAIDE PIIILLIPPS, (The great American contralto,) Mrs. H. N. WETHERBEE, (Our own favorite Soprano,) Mr. GEO, L. OSGOOD, (The great American Tenor,) Mr. J. F. RUDOLPHSEN, (The celebrated German Basso,) and the Harvard Orchestra of Bostou, ir»HTV.O.\E JIEUBERN.) Admission Tickets 75 cents, now for sale at the Music stores and at A. Lowell’s Jewelry store. Sale ot Reserved Scats at L-5 cents extra, to com mence at Stockbridge’s Monday, May 26th, at 0 o’clock._my 10.1 td MAINE GENERAL HOSPITAL. THE LADIES OF BATH WILL HOLD A FAIR AND LEVEE in aid of the Maine General Hospital in Portland, on Thursday and Friday Evenings, JUVE 5lb and 6th, Also on Thursday Afternoon at City Hall. Admittance to the fair 15 cents; admittance to the Promenade Concert on Filday evi-uing 50 cents. Per order Committee ot Arrangements. Bath, June 2_5t ^MTISIC HALIT Thursday and Friday Evenings, June 5tli and 6th. Bosworth Post No. 2, G. A. R. Will present as above the original Military Drama, entitled the Battle of Newbern! For tile benefit of the JIAIJfE (.EilEUAL UOSI'ITM.. Admission, ParquetteSS cts. Gallery 25 cts. For sale at the usual places, bv Comrades, and at the door. Orchestra Ch drs and Reserved Seats 50 cents. For sale at Stockbridgc’s. 1.56 Exchange street, and at the door. Doors open at 7. Curtain will rise at 8 precisely. mv29til Forest City TROTTING PARK! PORTLAND, ME. 1873 June Meeting 1873 June 10th, 11th. 12th, rjfli&lltb. $2500 UN PREMIUMS. TUESDAY, Jane lOtb. Vll vga ft9 \ For horses that have nev X It* OC \ er trotted better than three minutes; $150 to first, $60 to se ond. $40 to third. Hiram Woodruff, Beacon Park, Boston, names b. g. Tim Watson. George M. Delaney, Augusta, Me., names b m Nel lie. Pruden Lctourneau, West Waterville, names ch m Purity. S. H. Jacobs, Skowhcgan, Me., names gray m La dy Walton. G H. Hick**, Charlestown, Mass.,names b m Flora. Wright Norcrofs, Mystic Park, Boston, names blk s Lot hair. J. F. Beck, Solon. Me., names g g Fd Gray. A. W. Worcester, Beacon Park, Poston, names w g Baby Boy. George H. Bailey, Forest City Park, names blk m , Fearnaught Belle. ftQAA l For horses that have never X III SI' q)OUU* f trotted better than 2:40; $175 to first, $75 to second, $50 to third. F. Brickett, Lisbon Falls, Me., names g g M<nldle some. Dan Bigley, Beacon Park, Boston, names bm Gnce. Geo. H. Hicks, Charlestown, Mass., names ch g Ludlow Boy. A. D. Webber, Beacon Park, Boston, names b g Honest. Brock. George M. Delaney, Augusta, Me., names br g Bil ly Bumpus. H. E. Willis, Medford, Mass., n^mes ch g Mystic Boy. J. N. Woodard, South Framingham, Mass., names b s John Lambert. James Dustin, Mystic Park, Boston, names b s King William. WEDNESDAY, June llth. 'Plll*CO ft9£*A \ Free to all road wagons, X (A I eC ) wagon and driver to we gh 300 lbs: $150 to first; $75 to second, $25 to third. Lon Morris, Mystic Park, Boston, names b m E'.li El wood. G. H. Hicks, Charlestown, Mass., names ch g Ludlow Boy. Dan Bigley, Beacon Park, Boston, names ch m Fanny. Wright & Norcross, Mystic Park, Boston, name ch g Aut»urn Boy. S. H. Jacobs, Skowliegan, Me., names ch g Troub lesome. Hiram Woodruff, Beacon Park, Boston, names blk g Regulator. T>t* t»cn ft 1 A A \ For horses that have nev X II1 St? JL * III• ( or trotted better than 2:35, to be trotted under saddle; $60 to first, $30 to second, $10 to third. G. H. Hicks, Charlestown, Mass., names b g Toby Candor. Wright & Norcross, Mystic Park, Boston, name blk s Lo’hair. W. T Pierce, Bangor. Me., names blk m Ink. H. E. Willis, Medio d. Mass., names ch g Mystic Boy. TIIITRKDAY, June 13th. ft 9 KA \ For horses ihat have nev X III 3t? (mi OH * ) cr trotted better than 2:50; $150 to fltst, $60 to second, $40 to third S. H. Jacobs, Skowhcgan, Me., names g m Lady Walton. Wright & Norcross, Mystic Park, Boston, names blk s Lot hair. Dan Bigley, Beacon Park, Boston, names b m Grace. % „ G. H. Hicks, Charlestown, Mass., names b m Flo ra. J. F. Beck, Solon, Me., names g g Ed Gray. Geo. M. Delaney, Augusta, Me., names blk m La dy Hassan. Prn.ipn r otonmeau, West Waterville, names b m Lady Mansfield. m . I* w.hxiruft, Beacon Park, Boston, names b g Tim Watson. ue.u-ge ti. Bailey, Forest City Park, names blk in Fearnaught Belle. A. W. Worcester, Beacon Park, Boston, names w g Baby Boy. Pnncn ft 9AA \ For horses that have nev X 111 at | «r trotted better than 2:37; $175 to first, $75 to second $50 to third. J. N. Woodward, South Framingham, Mass..names b 8 John Lambei t. James Dustin, Mystic Park, Boston, names b g Stranger, formerly Muggins. Dan Bigley, Beaccu Park, Boston, names b m Lady Wentworth. Wright & Norcross, Mystic Park, Boston, name ch g Auburn Boj. F. Brickett, Lisbon Falls, Me., names g g Meddle some. Geo. M..Delancy, Augusta, Me., names br g Billy Bumpus. FRIDAY, Jane I3th. PllFfiO l For horses that have uev *■ qJOW» J er trotted better than 2:38, two miles and repeat in harness; $175 to first, $75 to second, $50 to third. H. A. Hall. Boston, Mass., names r m Cantahoua. A. D. Webber, Beacon Park, Boston, names b g Honest Brock. Dau Bigley, Beacon Park, Botton, names b m La dy weiuwonii. S H. Jacobs, Skowhcgan. Me., names b m Belle Ja cobs. F. Brickett, Lisbon Falls, Me., names g g Meddle some. 1^ J. Brackett, Windham, M., names b m Maine Girl. Pruden Letourncau, West Watcrville, names blk m Gentle Annie. James Dustin, Beacon Park, Boston, names b s King William. & 4 AA \ For horses that have nev -I III j er trotted better than 2:32; $250 to first $100 to second; $50 to third. G. G. Brown, Bristol, N. H., namos gg Bristol Bill. „ James Dus'in, Beacon Park, Boston, names b g Frank Palmer. , . JS. H. Jacobs, Skowhegan, Me., names ch m Troub lesome. „ , _ t Dan Bigley, Beacon Park, Boston, names ch m TR Webber. Beacon Park, Boston, names Buck skin g Royal Mike. A. W. Worcester, Beacon Park, Boston, names b g Sam Curtis. W. T. Pierce, Bangor, Me., names blk m Ink. SATURDAY, June 14th. SPECIAL PREMIUM S.H Three Hundred a^id Fifty Dollars, Maine Gen. Hospital Prizes. First Premium, Martin & Pennell, wagon, valued $250, for horses that have never beaten 2:45. Second Premium, Gold Mounted Harness, value $1(0, for horses th*t ha e never beaten 2:35. Entrance fee 10 per cent.,to close Friday noon, June 13th at 12 o’clock m at Hospital Fair Headquarters, under Falmouth Hotel, or with the proprietors of the track. The above races will all be mile beats best 3 In 5 In harness, excepting Nos. 3 and 4, and will be trotted under the rules f the National Association. Trotting will commence each day at 2J p. tu. Covered wagons will run from the city to the track an I a good res taurant will be fouud upon the grounds. jy Pools sold and setiled at No. 14 Preble street, rear of Preble House, every forenoon and evening du ring the meeting. Tickets 50 cts.; season tickets admitting gentleman and lady to all races over the Park ibis sea-ou »n.l for driving on the track $lu. Badges good for four days trotting, 82.00, can be had al the gate BAILEY & WILLIS, Proprietors. June3dtd AUCTION SALES. Government and Other Bonds AT AUCTION. N'OTICE Is h#roby given that the Port land Sav ings Bunk will otter for s tie at public auction at the Merchant#’ Exchange, Port laud, on Tuesday, the ad Day «.f June next, at 12 o’clock Soon, the following described Bonds nml Coupon: 8IOOO of V. ». 10-10 Bond#. IIOO “ 18*1 4.500 “ 5-40 « July 1*65. 4110 “ 5-40 *• “ 1*07. 500 “ 5-40 “ “ 1*68. liOO do lown frnlrn! Boil ond (.Firm __ Mortgnge ftSoim!#. 4.500 do Portlnnd & Kor briefer Boilrond < I* irwl Itlortgugr) Bor'd#. 50 of tr. *. C*old C'ouponN overdue •15 of Iowa tVn'rul li. K. Bold Com HJ-TO of ■•.rllnn.l'A: llorh. drr It. K. Coupon* ovrrilur. ,A" >»M as security for notes of Lew is O'Hr ion ami note 01 K. A. O’Brion, due and unpaid. l*° *’r^^D SAVING* BANK. n ll>* FRANK NOYES, Treasurer. mylO AM.i:% Ac C’O . Aurliouerr*. ----— _ 'ltd J' ** " KV A,o.. Auctioneer. Groceries, '1’eaw, a,- , nl Allrlio,. ON WEDNESDAY, .Tune * wc »lia 1 sell at salesroom fchesti* Young Hjson lea, Coir. e. Raisins,. urrnnti S.Vj? Shaker A jppie Sauce, Bbls. Dried Apples, Soin Cani Peaches, Saleiatus, Spices, Musts d, Extracts,Starrh Stove Polish, Canary Seed, &c. Also a small invof. e Pants, Cloth, Coat Unlnn Dress Goods, Brown and Black Alpacc*fl. i Ininj/s’ Braids. Misses Boots and Shoes, Buttons, Paj>er Col lars, &c., Jtc., the balance stock of an out town va riety store._ my3udtd ~CHOICE PL4N1S AT AUCTION. ON WEDNESDAY, .June 4tb. at 10 o’clock A. M., we snail sell at salesroom a line assortment ot choice Plants, consi-tini; of Tea, Monthly, Perpetual, Moss and other U*.scs, Fuchsias, double and bJngle G* raniums, Verbenas, Ivies, Coleus. Heliotropes, Pinks. Lemon Verbenas, Penmias, Ac., from ihe cel ebrated conservatories of HO\E¥ A; CO., Cam bridge, Ma^. E. O. BAILEY & CO., Auctioneer*. Ju2 _ 3t Large Sale of Furniture at Auc tion. ON THURSDAY, Juno 5th, at 10 A. M.. wc shal "ell the Kurili:urc in house No. *i4i Congte'S ctieet, consisting of harlot S"it in B. W. and Green l*lu«h, tapestry Car|*d, Center Table, Mahogany and Painted Sett am1, other Chamber Furnituie, Feather Beds, Hair Mattresses, Spriug Beds, Pillows, | Bedding, Toifet Sets, Brussels and lug. ain Carrots I Curtains, Dining Table and Chair , Crockerv Ware. ! Silver Plated d i, Oil Caipets, tog. ther with Kitchen ' Furniture. The above liouse contains 25 rooms and i the lurniturrc lias been carelulir used.. P. O. BAILEY & i’O., Auclioutrs. lnv24 did Valuable Real Estate AT AUCTION. WE shall offer for sale by public auction on FRI DAY, dune 6lh. at 12 o’clock M., the brick stores on Poitland Pier, directly In the rear of the Tin man Block. Terms and conditions made known at time of sale. F. O. Bailey A CO., Auctioneer*. nt}28 dtd 2000 Choice Plants AT AUCTION. ON SATURDAY, June7th, at 10 o’clock A. M., we shall sell at office 2000 choice Plants, consist ing!r»f a general assortment of bedding-cut Plants, in Pots and Baskets, from the well kn wn Conserva tories el D. L. Taylor, ot Melrose, Mass. F. O. BAILEY A CO., Auctioneers. Ja3dtd Executor’s Sale of Valuable Real Estate. ON TUESDAY, Jnne 10th, at 3 o’clock P. M., I shall sell the desirable property on coiner oi Congress and Carter s’recta, West End. Sait prop erty counts's of a new two«tary wood* n I loose, con taining 14 finished r.oms, well arran cd lor two 1am ilies. The ah ve house was built by the day In tbe most thorough manner, bas good brick basement, good cellar, large closets, &c. Teiim cash. This Is a very desirable property for occupancy or investment. L. EUGENE WEYMOUTH, Executor of Will of Levi Wex mouth. F. O. RAILEY A CO. Auctioneers. Ju3 _ dui Desirable Real Estate nt Wood fora’s Corner, Deeiingr, at Auc tion. ON WEDNESDAY, June llth, at 3 o’clock P. M., we dial 1 fell the Dyer property at VVodford’a Corner. Decrlng, consisting of « new one and a half story Hnu.'te, L atid Barn. Toe house contains 9 rooms part y finished, good cellar. hullo logs were built new last season, are eonvenlemly arranged and finely located. The lot contains 10,000 square feet, dtuated on line of Horse Cars, 13 minutes ride from Portland. F. O. BAILEY A CO., A action errs. ju3 dtd ABRAMS A BRO.. Auctioneer* sail Commission .Bmlaanls, give tbeir special attention to selling Real Estate, Furniture and Meicbanoise ol all kinds. Horses Car riage, Ac. Adv nces made on cc nsignments. Reg ular Sales of new and ^coudband Furniture at the Auction Rooms every Saturday morning. Com mu nicatious by mail promt tk rttended to AO <AJk A B KOI II CD, 125 Fe leral St., under the U. S. Hotel. N. B. Money advanced ou Watches, Jewelry, Furniture, Clothing, and all go< ds of value. apr23 dtf Governor Dana Estate AT FRYEBURG F © K A t E J THIS valuable property Is most favorably located in the charming village of Fryburg, 49 miles from Portland, on the Hue of Pori land' &- ugdensburg K R. and commands a wide and most delightful view of the “White M‘ uniain Range,” and the valley of the Saco Ri>er. Consists of .no acie of 1 no. on are In. ated tbe large mid fine old MANSION formeily occupied bv the late Governor Dana, and a spacicu* stable, all in through repair, well snppli. d with pnre wa*er, and surrounded by e egaut shade trees. The summit of “Pine Hill” is wiiliTn 300 rods. Tbe hr use mcasmes 40 x 48; Ellis 50 feet long; Stable 30 x 62. House and Ell contains 18 rooms aside imm closets. Raiboad station, Churc es, and I first class Schools within a shor: distance of the house. Sold on y on account of the ill health of the owner. Some Furniture will bo sold with the bouse If desired. TKb Is a rare opportunity for the purchase of a first class summer reKidi nee in a healthful and plessant localiiy on most favorable terms. A ph. to Sraphic view of tli procerty. may be seen at No. 2S Ixcbange Street, Poifland. For terms and fun her particulars apply to LORING & THURSTON, 28 Exchange Street A. A. STROUT, Canal Bank Building. FRANKLIN bHIRLK*, Fryeburg. Pori land. May 24, 1873. my24d3w New Coffin Warehouse 07 FEDERAL ST., ibetween VI nr Let and Pearl.) NW. MORSE announces to the pub ic that he has • op. ned a Warehouse at the aoove place, where he keeps coustantly ou hand all kinds and varietlesot COFFINS, CASKF.TS, BURIAL CASES, ROBES, TRIMMINGS, &c..&c., of the best varieties and at as reasonable rates as can be obtained In tbe State, Al Wholesale and Retail. Factory No. 41 Market Ntreet. The prep aration of bodies for burials and funerals attended at tbe shortcsr notice. No paius will be spared to give entire .satisfaction.— Ordeis are solicited. N. W. IflOKSF, «7 FEDERAL STREET. Portland, May 19th, 1873. rnylOtf Grafton Mineral FERTILIZER, — AMD — DESTROYER OF INSECTS. THIS article has been carefully and thoroughly tested, during the cast four years, j>v many ex perienced farmers, varrien.-ra, and floricufturlsia, and tbe numerous teatiui.nlals which bare be. n received from those who have given It a trial, leaves no doubt of Us valuable properties as a fertilizer for all croi«: and particularly as an Insect destroyer, it having proved a perfect protection to rose bushes, grape vines, fruit trees, cabbages, niua-hes, and other Tinea and vegetables, from the depredations Of insects, and is cheaper than any of the iemedies which have been recommended for the purpose. -FOK SALE BY— KENDALL & WHITNEY, General Agents for the State. Portland, May 30th, 1373. mat3b-d4w D. W. CLARK& CO., — DEALERS IS — ICE HOUSE, MARKET ST.. — ASD — 33 EXChANGii ST., Pure lec supplied for all purpos es, and -si any tgiiuulify al the LOWEST RATES. apil _ New Boarding House. THE Subscriber, having leased the new and com modious h. .use, recently erected by Ueo. R r w! vis & Co., up n tlie “Hlaninaril property ** 311 u —a. St., takes* pleasure in avnonnctojr 10 the public that be will about the that of April open It (Sr a claaa hoarding house. it. om> can be seen and full liarticulars as to terms, Ac . obtained, by calling at die house fro® >« A. M to i2 M„ antl ftL“ ’ til 1 M_aprJeodtf 3. S, KSIQiiT Announcement. Mllo"SS,“1"l',,d -a “•**“ •» Portland AprU ,, im, B' MATHEWS *CO.

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