Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, June 6, 1873, Page 1

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated June 6, 1873 Page 1
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PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. ESTABLISHED JUNE git. 1809. TOL. 18. PORTLAND FRID.W MORNING. JUNE 0, 1873. tphms «s «n PE» -*— ; — ■ . ----. TF.KMa &S.00 FEK ANNUM IN ADVANCF. THF PORTLAND DAILY PRESS Published overy day (Sundays excepted) by the PORTLAND PUBLISHING CO., At 109 Exchange St, Portland. Terms : Eight Dollars a Year in advance THE MAINE STATE PRESS is published every Thursday Morning at $2 50 a year, if paid in advance, at $2 00 a year. Rates of Advertising; One inch ot space, eng“.li of column, constitutes a‘‘square.” $• 50 per square daily first week; 75 cents per w ek after; three Insertions, or less. $1 00; coqiiuu ug every other day after first week, 50 cents. Half square, three insertions or less, 75 cents; one week. $1 00; 50 cents per week after. Special Notices, oue third additional. Under head of “Amusements,” S2 00 per square per week; three insertions or less §1 50. Advertisements inserted in the “Maine State Press” (wh'ch has a large circulation in every pait of the State) for $1 00 per square lor first insertion, and 50 cents per square for each subsequent, inser tion. Address all —ndcatlon.- >gUBLlsnlyG C0 BUSINESS CARDS. »R. 1IERSOIVI BTCONGRESS sfC °f lhe latG Dr* Robinson’ 260 Office hours. D to 11 A. M., 2 to 4 P. M Sundays, 9* to 10 A. M., 4 to 5 P. M Residence, comer Pine and Emery Streets. Or aers out of office hours may be left with Mrs. Robin Inson, 260 Congress Street, or at his residence myCtf BENJ. KINGSBURY, JR., Attorney at Caw, No. 83 Middle Street, PORTLAND MAINE. cOpposile Cnnal Bank.) _may24»dlm j HENRY F. T. MERRILL, COUNSELOR AT LAW, No. 30 Exchange Ml., Portland. Formerly of tlie U. S. Treasury Department and Attorney in all the courts in the District of ohimbla, will attend to the prosecution of laims Leiurc the Court of Claims and the various departments at Washington. octll- f REMOVAL P. FEENEY, PLASTERER & STUCCO WORKER, Having removed from the corner ot Cumberland and Franklin street to 99 Federal Street, between Exchange and 'I emple Sis., i« mepart d to do Plast ering, Coloring. Whitening and White Washing. Prompt and personal attention paid to all kinds of jobbing in my line. mhl£eod3in ESTABLISHED 1821. Byron Greenough & Co., 140 llliddle Street, PORTLAND. ME. Military, 1 f Firemen’., Cirand Army,! ^ A J Bww «»!•» INayy, Vilr 3] Sl.|,#ol, ma.onir, ] (Club. HATS, CAPS AND CHAPEAUS, MADE TO ORDER, E3iP“At th.e Lowest Prices.^! Samples sent on application, and all orders filled at short no ice. apr4tf i PORTLAND MACHINEWORKS (FOBMFRLY C. STAPLES & 8DS,) Marine, Stationary and Portable STEAM ENGINES, Steam Boilers. Bleach Boilers and Tanks, Shafting. Mill Gearing and General Machinery. C as lings or iron, trass, and composition. Repairing promptly attended to. 53^New and Second-hand Engines lor sale. Highest cash prices paid for old Iron. S15 Commercial Street, W. IT. FESSENDEN._apr!4tf Portland, Me. GEO. E. COEI INS, PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST, 310 CONGRESS STREET, I« prepared to make all the various styles of fard Pictures. K*-in brunt. Tlcdaliioii, Ac., front Retouched Negative*. By this proems we G«*t rid of Freckle*. Wole* and other im perfection* of the Nkin. For all of which no extra charge will be made. All work warranted to pleas©. Call :ind examine for yourselves. mchl8dtf CHAS. J. SCHUMACHER, FRESCO PAINTER, 5 Dcerin^ Block, AT SCHUMACHER BRO 3 1IERS. aprlC d3mo J. 11. B.AJISOX, PHOTOGRAPHER, No. 152 Middle Street. PORTLAND, ME. Copying aud enlarging done *o order. All the new styles, Berlins, Bembrants, Medallion, he Porcelain, or Mezzotint card, and the retouched card, by which new process we get rid of freckles moles,wrinkles and all imperfections of the skin. Call and judge for yourselves. 13?“* motto—Good work at moderate Price*. Aim to Please. may 20 William H. Phixxey. Jas. L. Lombard. PHINNEY & LOMBARD, Real Estate & Loans, No. 153 La Salle Street, • C H I C A G O . Nnfe investment* made for non-resident*, anti their inter* *1* carefully nttended to. Reffrknceb:—Chns. B. Sawyer, Pres. 5«b Nat’l Bank, Chicago; Chan. H. Mathews,Capitalist ,Schen cdady.N. Y.; J.?. Winsl w & On., Portland, Me.; S A. Brigs?, Vite-Pres. Franklin Bank. Ch.eatio; G. H. Ho^m^r, Lcckport, N. Y.; Pbinney & Jackson, Portland. Me. apil2dtf JAMES O’DONNELL. COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ha? removed to AO. 84 1-9 MIDDLE STREET, (2nd door l>elow Canal Bank.) PORTLAND, MAINE. Commissioner of deeds for the several States. febio_ I ARETAS 8RURTTEFF, No. 6 Moulton Street. PORTLAND, MB., — WILL SELL ©X — COMMISSION ! ALL KINDS REAL ESTATE, — ALSO — Negotiate Loans on Mortgages! aprlfi <ltf i JOST & KEELER, FRESCO PAL\TEI1S, Office 134 Middle St., up stairs. PORTLAND, I«E. Ordersnuiyte leftMP F. Hal,', ,,1(.tnre ,,0 anaO. M A I . 1’. brooks’, No. 333 Comrress St I SK? A II Orilrrw promptly ntt. ndfed jal)25_ ‘ ,f | W. C. CLARK, 103 FEDERAL STREET, 5 Door* Knftt of Temple fit., GAS AND WATER PIPING. ap21_tf_ G. W. STOCKMAN. M. D., Physici n anil Surgeon, 807 Congress St., Portland. C..o»dte tbe Park. mai 15dtf ROSS & STURDIVANT, WHOLESALE COAL DEALERS 179 Commercial StM Portland. Sole agents in Maine for the sale and shipment of the Celebrated Coal mined by Messrs. Ham mett Nelli & Co., of Philadelphia. We have also lor sale at lowest market price, A'llkesbarre, Scranton, Lackawanna, anti Pittstoii Joals, shipped from the vicinity of New York. Ves sels procure.! lor the trsmportntion of coals from port of shinment any point desired. tfanr?7 WILLIAM ISLftlt* CLIFFORD, Connsellor at Law and in Patent Causes, NO. 80 MIDDLE ST., PORTLAND. SSr-Attends to all kinds of Patent business. marl 9 u3m BUSINESS CARDS. M. S EA V E Y M. I). 24 2 Congress Street* Has added to liis business the Agency of the Health-Lift Co. j At bis room is amacliinc whichall whonje tron ) cj willi Lame back,, mat or imperfect cir culation orilio blood are invited t.. examine. Ala PATENTS — IN ALL — CO U N R I E S. SCRIBNER & JORDAN, 74 Middle Street, cor. Exchange, PORTLAND, ME., Secure Inventions, Trade Marks and De signs in all Countries where Patent Laws exist. Assignments made and sent lor record. Cousuha i m pecsonally or by letter free. Letters promptly answered. Models and Drawings furnished. Extending, Re-issues, Interlereticc and Disclaim ers attended to at living prices. Examinations mat!c tind opinions given as to the patentibilitv of inventions. uiy23il&w3m J. II. FOGG, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 110 1-2 EXCHANGE ST., (Corner of Exchange and Federal Sts.,) f<d>27 PORTLAND. ME. tf BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Agency for Sewing Machines. oyer, To. ara middle st. aii kinds of Machines for Hale mid to let. Repairing. Bakers*' W . € COBBS, Nob. 28 and 30 Pearl Street. On direct route between New Custom House and Po-t Office, near the Market. Booksellers and Stationers* nO\T, FOGG & BREED,No.01 Middle Street. Book Binders* n'M. A. QUINCY, Room 11, Printer’* Exchange, No. I fl 1 Exchange St. SMALL & SI1ACKFORD. No. 35 Plnui Street. Carpenters and Builders* IVHITIVEl & MEANS, Pearl Street, op posite Park. Dentists. PR. AV. K. JOHNSON, over II. II. Ilay’n. Dyc-IIonse. F. SY.HOTDS, liiflin St. A’clret Clonk, dyed anil tlniHheil. FOSTER’S Dye ISonse, 24 Union Street.* Furniture—Wholesale and Retail. WAITER COREY & CO., Arcade, To. IS Free Street. GEORGE A. WHITNEY, To. 56 Ex change St. Upholstering of nil kind, doue to order# Furniture and House Furnishing Hoods* RENJ. A DAMS, cor. Exchange and Fed eral Street*. HOOPER 4 EATON, Old Pont Office, Exchange Street. E. F. HOYT, No. |1 Prcble Street. Up holKteriug doue to order. Furniture and Upholstering. DAl'ID AV. DEANE, To. S9 Federal St. All kind* of Uphol* cringnnd Repairing done to order. Hair Roods and Toilet Articles. J. F. SHERRY', No. !> Clapp’* Block Coiigrew* Street, opposite Old City Hall. Horse Shoeing and Carriage repairing Done in the best possible manner by S. VOING & CO.. No. lOO Fore St. Jewelry and Fine Watches. ABNER LOWELL, "Ol Congre** Street. Agent* for Howard Watch Company. Manufa^i urers of Trunks, Valises and Carpet-Bags. J. I*. DCRAN & CO., 171 middle and 1IO Federal Street*. Masons and Ruilders. T. E. REPEOT, 333 1-3 Coiigrrw. St. Paper Hangings, Window Shades, and Carpetings. UOTISROP.DE VETS A CO. ,61 Exhangr _Sreel nod 4S market St. Photographers. A. S. DAAIS A CO., To. SO middle Street. I*n. LAmSON. 153 middle St.,cor. Crow.. Plumbers. JANIES NIBJ.l.ER, To. 91 Federal Street. Every description of AVntcr Fixtarew ar ranged and wet np in the best manner. Jobbing promptly ntteuderi to. Plasterer, Stucco Worker, &c. P. FEETY, Cor. Cumberland nnd Frank lin SI*. Real Estate Agents. JOIIT C. PROCTER, To. 93 Exchange Street. GEO. R. DAVIS & Co.. To. 301 1-3 Coo grew* Street. Silver and Plated Pare. ABNER LOWELL, HOI C'ongrc*. Surd. Signs and Awning Hangings, done by ». YOtlSG & CO., nl No. IOO Fore Street._ mv30*2m Schools. E.VOLISH and FRENCH SCIIOOL,4:i« Coaerph* Mtrrrt. Stair Builder. R. F. IiTRRV, FiO. F»»rp Mtrrri, cor. CroM Mi., in D< Iciio’r TIill. HOOPER & CO., Sncccssor** to l.illlHiriit & Wi!«on, Cor. York & )!»• pie Mlreeu. Watches, Jewelry, &c. J. W. & IF. U. IRCDCFFEE,Cor. IRiifdli V’nion Mu, Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada. OLD MATERIAL FOR SALE! The Grand Trunk Railway Company ia preparrd to receive tenders for tlie following old materials ly ing at Portland, viz: 1 ESTIMATED QUANTITY. 5 Tons Spring Steel. 1-2 “ Wrought Iron Turn ings. 1-2 “ Cast Iron Turnings. 40 “ Wrought Iron. 2 “ Straight Axles Loco. Driving. 3 Tons Crank Axles Loco. Driving. 2 “ Straight Axles. 500 Libs Rubber Springs. 2 Tons Steel Tyres. 1 “ Light Sheet Iron. Parlies tendering will slate price per pound, and must be prepare I to pay cash before d* livery. Ten ders ciidnrsed Tender f«>r old mateiials, and address ed to “The Serretury ami Trfasarrr.Crnnil Trunk Railway Companr, Moiilpcnl.” wlh be leceived on or befoie Saturday ihe 11th of June next. €. J. BRVDUES, „ .Tinuaging Direflor. Montreal, May 2G, 1873. may31-u6t DJilTG GISTS STAND FOR SA1YE ! One of the very best stands in the city for a Druggist, is on the corner of Fore and India Streets, which is now offered for Sale. For particulars inquire immediately of Lufkin & Co., No. 2 Woodman Block. MRS. ELIZA A. CUSHMAN. Portland, Aptil 15,1873. ar>rl dtf j ror Sale*. fTWO second hand Boilers 30 feet long. 4 feet In di JL am ter,-with 2 flu:? 15 inches in diameter, shell 7-16 tb'ik; they are in good order and just the thing f t burning tan. edgings, slabs and sawdust* Enquire of S. H. L. PIERCE, 415 Dorchester Avenue, myl4-lm _ South Beaton, Mass. Lumber anti Dock Timber Wanted In exchange for B..oeoi»»otive Boiler*, lloi iz >ntnl r«giurn, Feed Pump* and Other Machinery. Addree*, G. H. ANDREWS. feWdtf Pearl St., New York, | REAL ESTATE. F. G. Patterson's Real Estate Bulletin. MONEY TJ? ©a First-CInsH i-Y L.1, Ul©rtsngc* of Real Estate ■ a » ortl ml nnn vicinity. Real Fatale bought nml sold. Renta collected. Apply F. €3. PATTERS UN, Real Eatate a ml Ulortgagr Broker, over FowcII’n Jewelry Store* _ap25dtf € or. Co«iigro»M A* B own Sta. For Sale. 2\ (UjA FEET of land on North street, near • /f" "" "" f Walnut. Price low. Terms J cash, balance time. Apply to F. G. PATTERSON, Port land, or WM. L. SOUTHARD, 5 Pemberton Square, Boson. myl2eodrf House on New High St. for Sale ! ANEW 2J story house containing 17 finished rooms with closets and clothes presses, and every modern improvement; good cellar an I sewerage; house be ted by furnace. Lot 33 x 92. This is a rare opportunity for a purchaser (o buy a good piece of property, centrally locate *. Apply to F. G. PAT TEUSuN, dealer in Real Estate. ju3d2w For Sale. TWO double tenement Houses on Cotton street— No. 13, two tenements, five rooms each—No. 9, two tenements, seven r«K>mseach. Also House No. 28 Bramh&ll street, arranged for one or two families; lot 40x113, fronting on two streets. This property is newly finished ana incomplete order, and will be sold as the health of the owner demands a change of climate. Apply to LEON M. B0‘Vl>01N or . G. PATTERSON, Real Estate and Mortg. ge Broker. my5 tf For Sale. IN Cape Elizabeth. House and land, from one to five acres, to suit purchaser; situated on the road between the North Congregational Church and Town House. For particulars enquire of Goo. R. Earston, on the premises. Also one House and lot at Point Village. For particula s enquire >n the premises of aprleodtfJEDD1AH LOVJETT. A A ice Surburban Residence FOR LEASE. I'lie commodious two story brick house on Stevens* Plains, formerly occupied by the late mWru. L. Wilson. The houce c -n 1- "taina twelve finiai-ed rooms, includ ing Ba li R om, all in good repair. The lot contains more than an acre. Nice Grain; Vines, also Apple and Pear T'ees, t gether with a good stable and ex cellent wacer. Apply to WM. H. J ERR IS, Real Es tate Agent, comer CongresR and Myrtle streets, my 19d3w Houses for Sale. 3 HOUSES on Daufortb street from $-1000 to $10, 000 Four bouses on State street, prices from S5C00 to $50,000. Also houses on Pine, Cumberland.Cougress, North, Tyng and Salem streets. Inquire of JOHN C. PROC TER, 1*3 Exchange street. My29d9t House for Sale! THE two-story house. No. 8 Carleton Street. This house Is in good repair, is well located in a good neighborhood, lias a good cellar, water and gas throughout. Can be ►ccn any afternoon between the hoars oi 2 and 4. For further information apply to my27tf EDWARD P. CllASE, No. 3 Oak St. For Sale in Decring. A FEW minutes walk from City limits. 25 acres of Land with nearly 1000 feet frontage, with Buildings thereon, consisting of TWO SI OKY HOUSE and two large Barns in good repair. The Land ex tending through from one street to another, making it all available for HOUSE LOTS and will shortly be wanted for that purpose. It will be divided into two or more lots if desired. If not sold before June 1st, it will be sold at auc tion. For terms, etc., enquire at Cushman's Fruit store. No. 306 Congress street. __myl3tf A Sea-Side Home For Saie. Only four miles from Portland, on Casco Bav. Bill Good two-story house, painted white, with IBM green blind*. Four acre* land and a store.— Some fruit and wood. One of the I'nest localities on the bay, five minutes walk to the -bore. Can be had at a bargain. Apply to WM. H. JEP.UIS, Bool Es tate Agent._my26d3w* For Sale. THE house on State Street, occupied by tlio un dersigned. This house is thoroughly built of brick and stone and has all modern conveniences. „ , ALLEN HAINES. Portland, Sep. 18th, 1872. sepl9-ti Real Estate tor Sale. THE HOUSE at No. 6 Tate Street, and lot extend ing through on Brackett street, with Stable. Also, a lot cf 10 acres of Hay Field wiih a good Barn situated in Scarboro, on the Paine road near Hubbard Libby’s, ab >ut 6 miles from Portland. The above property will be s-»ld at a bargain bv applying to MRS. T. E STUART, No. 664 Washington street, corner of Pine, Boston, Mass, rayld2m Desirable House on Anderson Street for Sale Cheap. THE property No. 1 Anderson St. consisting of a 3 story House, containing ig rooms ample clos ets. fine cellar, good water. Property now rents for S36H per annum. For p rticulars call on J. C PROCTER, 93 Exchange street, or F. O. BAILEY & CO., 18 Exchange street. ap26tf For Sale in the Town of West brook. A FINE residence one-half mile frem the Railroad Dei»ots, Post-office. £o d Schools and Clinrdies, six miles fr m Portland; House and Ell two stories thirteen finished rooms, double parlors with marole mantles, Wood-house and Stable connected—all in good repair, painted and blinded, Barn 40 x 60 on the premises; grounds contain 15} acres, excellent land, well fenced 30 apple and pear trees, J acre choice straw berries, three good wells of water u|K>n the (d ice and good cistern in the cellar, cellar under whole House, fine cement bottom; grounds ornamented with tine shade trees. This is one or the finest resi dences in the county. Terms easy. Enquire of 3. R. Davis & Co., Portland, or Oti Blown, Westbrook, mar21tf FOR SALE. A LOT of vacant land, situated on the west side of High, between Pleasant an 1 Danforth, Sts. This lot has a front, of about 61 feet and is about 194 feet deep, and plans have been drawn I., How, for a block of seven or nin genteel and convenient resi dences, and adapted for ihe same. En.iuirc of EDWIN CHURCHILL, No. 4 Portland Pier, mar28 From 12 to 2 o’clock, P. M. Real Estate. FOB Sale, or lease tor a term of voars. the proper ty belonging to the estate of F'raneis 0 Libby, and formerly occupied by him on the corner of Free and High Streets. HARRISON J. LIBBY,) , . , FRANK \V. LIBBY, 1 A<‘m rs* ni:<r-4_tf The “Limerick House,” FOR SALE. The si.., criber offer? ror sale hi? Hotel pro} rty in Limerick Village, York County. The house has 22 rooms all in good repair, ,a with slic'd and two large stables adjoining: Jptwo wells of water on the premises, and every convenience for a fTst-class Hotel. The “Limerick House” is well situated for securing liberal patronage. Enquire further of the owner. JOSEPH G. HARMON, __ marl 3d tf Limerick, Me. heal Estate foe* Sale. HOUSE AND LOT NO. 7G STATE ST., Lot eontains 34.000 feet of land, with fine iuit gar den, cold, grapery. etc. Applv to W- H. FESSENDEN, marStf 213 Commercial Street. FOR SALE. TIIE Residence of Mr. J. M. Churchill, situated or the corner of State a>d Danforth Streets in this city. The lot is 325 ft. on State Street and 151 ft. on Danforth Street ,and contains about 50,000 ft., includ ing the Mansion Hou<e in thorough repair, and the large brick Carriage House and Stable. It is one of | tlie most desirable places in tho citv, either in its present s’ato or to cut up in lots. For plans and particulars, call on J. C. Procter* may 10_ dtf Hold For Sale or Lease. The well and favorably known ISAKHt HOUSE, f pleasantly located at Yarmouth, ten miles ” from Portland. The trains of the Grand _ Trunk road stop within a few roils of the house. Terms very favorable. Apply to the propri etor on the premises, or Win. H. J err is, Rt?al Estate Agent, Poi land. my!9-lm* KUK ! ON CONGRENN NT. NEAR CASCO. About 5000 feet Land. Witli Buildings now' renting Tor more than $800 per year. Can at a small outlav be easily changed into Hires stores, with the tenemen s over them would then rent for from SiGOU to $1800. Buildings in good re par. Title perfect. Teimsea-y. Enquire at CUSHMAN’S FRUIT STORE, No. 30G Congress Street. my22 dtf House Lots For Sale. A a^n1RABLE >Ot on the corner of Danforlh an l Brackett street*, suitable for 3 good bouse — ALSO — One lot on Spruce street Four lots on Congress street fronting the Park'’"'" °* Ptirl “d Federal streets, Two lot* on Church street. One lot on Deer st reet. For sale “heap on liberal terms. Innnim „<■ wvnv C. PROCTER, 93 Exchangs at nqaire^f JOHN For Sale. HOUSE AND LOT No. 79 Ox ford Street ito„.o contains H finished rooms good cell.. . 8! 27 x toe feet besides passage To be s ,Id cheat.' it, mediate possession given. Iniynlreof U1" JOHN C. PROCTER mayl7d3w 93 Exchange street. _REAL ESTATE. 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 For Sale. DOUBLE Tenement House corner Myrtle and Ox ford streets suitable for one or two families. Gas and Sebago throughout. ju2dlw M. G. PALMER. FOR SAI.K, A SUPERIOR Hay Farm, in South Gorham, eight miles from Portland by JOHN L. CURTIS. my22 lw* then tf Slimmer Resilience for Sale AT SO. FREEPORT HIE. BEAUTIFULLY situated on the Harraseekct River, ‘.'4 miles from Maine Central R. R. S'a tion, 4k miles from Grand Trunk R. R Station. Splendid Boating, Fishing, Guuning and Diiving iu tho vicinity. Parties desiring a pretty summor residence will do well to call on RYAN & KELSEY, 161 Commercial st. niy2id2w_ Portland Me. _HOTELS. Rocky Point Hotel, RHODE ISLAND. Season of 1873. ON THE EUROPEAN PIAN. This well known and popular Summer Resort situ ated ou N arragansett Bay. between the cities of Prov lcieiP’e and Newport, will be open lor the reception of guests June 25th. To meet the growing demands of the public, the capacity of the House has been in creased since last season, by the of n num ber of rooms, all large, airy, and newly 7umished. A new Restaurant of an increase 1 seating capacity has also been added, Eight steamboats a day from Providence and Newport. For information in regard tojterms, etc., address, City Hotel, Providence, 15.1., L. H. HUMPHREYS. Proprietor. jug__c!2w BEAL’S HOTEL, NORWAY. MA tNE The subscriber. having leased Beal’s Hotel, ono ol the best arranged houses in the State, having all the modern improve ments and being entirely refurnished, is prepared to take Summer Boarders and entire Families at a very low price. The locality is one of the pleas antest in the State, a first class livery establismeut is connected with the House, and its teams connect with all trains at south Paris, one mile distant. All inquiries by mail promptly answered. ©. H. GREEN, Proprietor. Norway, May 15, 1873. myl6dlra Commercial House, Cor. Cross and Fore Sts. Portland, Maine. This House built since the great Fire, has [recently beon leased by the undersigned, and extensive alterations are now being made, which when completed will make tho House one of the most convenient, and well arranged in the State, will be entirely renovated, new Furniture added, and kept as a Hotel should be kept Will easily accommodate One Hundred and Fifty Gnests. The Reading Room Will be supplied with every Gaily Paper published in the State. Open June 1st, 1873. WM. F. HUSSEY, Recencly Clerk Augusta House. TERMS $2.00 PER DAY. maylC_ dtf ~GLEi\ HOUSE, WHITE MOUNTAINS, N. II. This favorite Summer resort will be opened for the season Juue 12, 1873. Address until 1st W. & C. R. Villikeu, Portland, Me. J. JI. THOMPSON & CO., my!7d6w Glen House. THIRD SALE. — OF — YEARLINGS -at home FARM, MILTON, MASS., On Saturday, June 7,1873, at lO A. JVK, No. 1.—DRAGOON,chestnut colt, foaled March 18, 1872, by Fearnanght, dam Virginia, brought from the South a«ter the war by B. .. . Crowninshield,Esq. No. 2.—DAWN, bay Ally foaled April 4, 1872, by Fearuaught, dam Bes-ie, by Ethau Alien. No. 3.—DEVOTION, chestnut filly, foaled April 15, 1872, by Fearnaught.da . Hersey Mare, by Frank lin, be by Old Black Howk. No. 4.—DIADEM, chestnut colt, foaled April 18, 1872, by Fearnaught, dam Black Pearl, by Balrow nie out of the f imons Lady Sutton. No 5.—DUPLICATE (one of twins), chestnut colt, foaled April 24, 1872, by Fearnaught, (lam Imp. Can ary, an Irish foxbunter. No. 6.- DEBORAH, block filly, foaled April 30, 1872. by Fearuaught, dam Darkness, by Ericsson, be by old Mambrino Chief, the sire of Lady Tlr rn. No. 7.—DAPHNE, chestnut fillv, foaled May 18, 1872, by Fearnaught,dam Ruih, by Franklin. No. 8—DIANA, chestnut filly, toaled May 19, 1872, by Fearnanght, dam Mimi, by Ringgold. No. 9.—DORA, coestnut filly, foa’ed May 20, 1872, by Fearnaught, dam Nellie Cotton, by Ivankoc (Mor gan). No. 10.— DAIRYMAID, black filly, foaled May 30, 1872, oy Fearnaught, dam Fannie Prewitt, by Erics son. No. 11.—DAYBREAK, chestnut colt, foaled June 1. 1872, by Fearnaught, dam imp. Maud, b-’ the K*ng of Hanover’s Brnckwil ow.and out of a mare belong ing to the famous family of OrlotF trotters of Moscow. She has trotted in 2.28. No. 12.—DANDY JIM. chestnut colt, foaled June 6. 1872, by Fearnaught, dam Juliet, by Young Mor rill. No 13—DEFIANCE, chestnut filly, foaled June 7s 1872, bv Fearnaught, dam Hambletcnia. by Rysdyk’, Hambletonian. No. 14.—DOUGLASS, * hestnut colt, foaled June 1C, 1872. by Feamaugbt, dam Yellowliammer, a Can adian steeplecliaeser. No. 15.—DEi OY, bay colt foaled June 17, 1872, by Fearnaught, dam Emmie, by Volunteer. No. ie.—DISDAIN,Black filly .foaled June 19, 1872, by Fearnaught. dam Ringlet, by Biignoli (now M am - unno Prince), he by old Mambrino Chief. Tliia list coutains all my Fearnaught ycarlings.and each is believed to be sound. Cars leave Old Colony depot fi>r Milton Lower Mills at 9 o’clock. No postponement on account of weather. mylOtd H. S. RUSSELL. Dissolution of Copartnership. NOTICE is nereby given thrt the firm of RAN DALE, MCALLISTER & CO., is hereby dls solved by mutual consent. JOHN F. RANDALL, HENRY F. MCALLISTER, EDWARD H. SARGENT. Portland, March 27, 1873. Copartnership Notice. THE undersigned have this day formed a copart nership under the name of RANDALL & McALISTER, and will continue the business of dealers in COAL & WOOD at the old stand of the late firm of RANDALL, McAI.LISTER CO., GO Commercial St. They will settle all demands of the late flrmot Randall, McAllister A Co. JOHN F. RANDALL, „ H ENRY, F. MCALLISTER. Portland. March 27th, 1873. mar2Wtf WATCHES, Chronometers and Clocks, Of Foreign and American Make, Spectacles and Jewelry, At 54- Exchange St* -BY W1I, SEAT EH, AGENT for the Superior Wnltham Watrhm, which maintain their well earned reput a'ion for timekeeping and reasonable price. In every vaii ety of gold anu silver cases—open face and hunters Kev winders and stem winders. myl2-dly ___ ___ LAUNDRY 2 THE undersigned having assumed charge of a new and spacious Laundry would respectfully an nounce that he is prepared to do wash Id g for Steam* ers, Hotel®. Families, &c., with special • tteniioi paid to Ladies Dresses, Skirts. Laces, Gents* Shirt* and every description of tine washing. Tine Laundry bein provided with the newest and most approved Machinery, and experienced help, the Proprietor believes he can guarantee |*o.tect satisfac tion to to his cu8t omers. Location, Bradbury’s Court, En trance on Fore near India St. • JOHN SPENCER, Superinten lant. Late Steward ot St’r Jnlin Brooks, Boston and Port laud Line febiidlyT Maine Medical Association. THE annual meeting of the Maine Medical Asso ciation will be held at the City Building, Fort land, on Tuesday. June 1®, 1873, at 10 o’clock, A. M

Session to continue three days. CHAS. O. HUNT, M. D., Secretary. may20 d3w WANTS, LOST, FOUND. Lost. TWO leaves out oi Account Bonk, pages 71 72 73, -rlL!fl'l'l7M<?:n',"ll80f Horse Shoeing aud Jo jbilig. The under will please please leave llie s ime at .. S. YOUNG & CO.. _JU;'*tr 100 Fore St. Wanted Immediately, AGIRU to do conking in a small family. Easy work and good pay. Apply at this office. J'1* d3t Wautcd. A ^^ABLE girl for general housework at No. 28 xm. Danfor'h Street. ju4-dlw Wanted. ^^MILLINER at 4V. L. Snell's, 337 Congress Sf. Wanted Immediately. FIFTY Coat Makers. Steady employment and good wages. Good board readily obtained. W. & W. II. BACOiV, & CO.. South Windham, Maine. may29_ «<12w 500 Good Girls Wanted Immedia tely. \ GOOD Girls of ail nations, for housework r - an<* country; table girls for Saloon, Laundry and Kitchen; girls for Hotels. Summer and Beach Hftusrs: Cooks, Chamber, and Scrub girls. Forest City Employment Office. - WKS. L. HOVEY, 314 Congress Street. rllm* Wanted. rpwo active intelligent young men to act as News ,, r Agen h on the train. Good wages can be made. Reference and a deposit required. Applv to „ C. R. CHISHOLM BROS., myli.dti_371 Commercial St., Portland. Wanted. ALIVE man to drive a Bread Cart. Satisfacto ry references roqnesicd, at , , BLAKE’S BAKERY, my.ldtf___Congress Street. Coat and Pant Machine Girls want ed at SMITH, MORGAN Ac BETTER’S. ___dtf WANTED Custom Coat and Vest makeer at 8. HlATHtAt & CO., my20tf 98 Exchange street. CUTTERS- WANTED, — AT — SMITH, MORGAN & BETTER’S. my!7_ dtf Rooms Wanted. IN a pleasant part of the eiry, furnished or unfur nished, with or without board. Address E. B., 37 Brown St., Portland. _maylAtf Experienced Coat, Pant and Vest Makers WASTED AT SMITH, MORGAN & BETTER’S, Cion. Middle & Market Sts, apr25dtf Wanted A MAN who understands repairing Furniture. Apply at 125 Federal St. apr23 tf WANTED! COAT MAKERS AT CHESLEV’S, mch25dtf 1«7 TIIDUEE STREET. editcationalT DIVINITY SCHOOL —OF— Harvard University. THIS SCHOOL is open to persons oi all denomina tions. Pecuniary aid is atiorile 1 to those who are needy and deserving. The next Academic Year will begin SEPTEMBER 20th. Further information will be given on application to Prof, OLIVER STEARNS, D. A)., or Prof. E. J. YOUNG, Cambridge, Mass. mar27-lamtjel-thenedtjyl Navigation School! A NAVIGATION SCHOOL will be opened at No. 15J Exchange street, March 3d, to be under the charge of Capt. Edward Breen and C. H. Farley. Instruction will be given every afternoon by Cait. Breen, and Monday ami Friday evenings by C. II. Farley. The course will begin with decmal arithme tic, and well comprise Plane, Traverse, Parallel Mid dle Latitude sailing; the use of Logarithms; the use and a g istment, of Nautical Instrument.-; Latitude by Sun nnd Stars, and Longitude by Chronometer Lunar observations will not be included in the course but will be taught If desire 1. The evening instruction will be given before the whole class, when the various problems involved in navigation will be worked out upon the black-board and illustrated by suitable diagrams and apparau% and the use and adjustme t oMnstruments explain ed. Subjects collateral to uavigat ion such as Metc ortdgy. Ocean Currents, &c., will also be introduced at the evening sessions. For terms, apply toC. H. Farley, No. 4 Exchange street. * feb19lf BIBROWEM BROTHERS, CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS, Doted* Pinning Mill, foot of €ro«s Wt. HAVING enlarged our shop and fitted it up with the latest improved machinery (by the aid of wbFh we are enabled to get out our wo k accurately and expeditiously,) we are now prepared to tane con tracts of any size in the building line. Plans and specifications prepared at a reasonable pri e. We can on the shortest possible notice furnish the win dow and door frames and till the inside and outside i finish for any description of building. Those about erectingsea side houses please take note of ihe above. We have superior facilities for the manufacture of in side blinds, and will fnrnish them hII painted and hung quick metre. We make a specialty of building aud setting up machinery, and would be happy to re ceive calls from paries usiug power who contemplate a change of ouarters, or that may need any service in this line, we are also prepared to contract for ihe manufacture of patente*t a»tides on more favorable terms than any one in the city. WILLIAM BUItROWfcS. J. W. BURROWF.S. myl3 If PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS will be received at this Office until 10 o’clock, TUESDAY, the 17tli clay of June, 1873,for impioving the following named rivers, viz: 1. Afachias River, Alaint.—For the removal of about 2,000 cubic yards of the rock known as Middle Rock, in the harbor of Macliias, Me. 2. Penobscot River, Alainc.—For the removal of about 575 cubic yards of the sunken ledge, knowu as Grren’s Pier Lodge, in the harbor of Banger. Me. Persons desiring to make proposals lor the above named works are requested to apply to the under signed at his Office, No. 11 Cl imes Block, Congress Street. Portland. Me., or at No. 2 Bulftnch Street, Bos’on, Mass., for printed forms, specifications and further inform at in concerning the same. U. *. Engineer Office ) GEO. THOM, Portlan l. Me., J Lieut. Col of Engineers. June 2, 1873. ) Bvt. Brig. Gen. U. S. A. ju2dst REMOVAL. 1HAVE moved my office to No. 17 Exchange St., Ocean Insurance Co. Building. J, H. HAMLEN. Portland, June 2, 1873. Notice. HAVING made arrangements with Lumber man ufacturers of Southern Pine at all the princi pal shipping poits, I am n>w p -epared to fill orders for Ship, Factory, Car and Bridge building, South American and West Indies cargoes, at lowest rates. J. II. HAMLEN, Lumber and General Commission Mer chant, No. 17 E'cliange St.. Portland, Me. No. 47 South St., New York. Portland, June 2, 1873. tf City of Portland. In Board of Healtii. ) April 21st, 1873. ) ORDERED, that until otherwise' directed we do hereby designate the dump at the foot of Hano ver street (City Stable loi), and' the dump at the foot of Franklin and Smith streets, as tbt places for de posits of rubbish, snch as dirt, shavings, sawdust, ashes, cinders, soot, hair, shreds, manure, oyster, or lobster shells, or any other matter ot any kind (except dead animals) which may be removed from any bouse, cellar, yard, or other place within the City limits. Approved April 21st, 1873. I hereby give notice that the “City Ordinances** relating to the deposit of rubbish in any Street. Lane, A ley. Court, Square. Public Place or unoccupied lots within the city limits, except the lots designated in the forogoing order, will be strictlv enforced GEO. W. PARKER, City Marshal. Argus and Advertiser copy. ap23ed3m SCALE I\ BOILERS. I will Remove and Prevent SCALE in any Steam Boilers, oi make no charge. Address, GKO. W. LORD, mv3dtf PHILADELPHIA. PA. SEBAGO DYE WORKS, No. 17 Plum Street. THE proprietors of-bis establishmentwill Just soy t., the P'lblic Ibat tliey are prepared to dry ov steam and also prepared lo dry, cW»e and bniah all kinds gent’s wearing apparel, and also ad lea dresses, shawls, cloaks, all col rs, or cleansed aul Wmrt?dtfem "0t t0 91”at' JOHN 8. MILLER t\tt7 O SOUTHwAllK CO’S English Writing, I N 14 !S Ink writes Black and never fades. Sole JkO Ageu s tor U. S.—Scuexck Tag Co 1 5 Beckman St., »• V. martdam TO LEI. For Bent. The corner House in the new block on Veol ;j;and Brackett streets. Fne Bathing Room, libWater closets, Gib and Sebago. Possession Piven immediately. Apply to F. G. PAT1ERSON, dealer in Heal Estate. Ju3d2w To Let. A SMALL tenement of 5 rooms in the upper part of house 22 Bramhall St., to a family without children, lias aud a plenty of good water. J»3__ #lw To Let. ANEW Store on Atlantic near '’ongress St., and Horse cars. Suitable for a Shoe Store or lane y ASrJSiDnS? «00d8 or Groce ies. Apply to S. A. ANDEUSON, No. 37 St. Lawrence St. mur~6__dlw then eodtf To Let. THE Cottage HouseNo.il Cedar corner Oxford Ktrecta. M. G. PALMER. _ e.Kitf Rooms to Let NO.2 COTTON STREET. Ju5 _ tf To Let. ItO a small family, the second floor of house No. 4 . Carleton Street, with gas, hard aud soft water. Apply o,i the premises,_ ju2-dtf To Let. \ HOUSE of 6 rooms. A small family without young children. Sabbath keeping people. Fn qtnrc at No. 108 Newbury stieet. my27d«f To Let. HOUSE No 38 State street, corner of Gray. Pos session given at once. Apply from 1 to 2 and 6 to 8 P. M. W. F. HUSSEY. my26d2w Rooms to Let. TWO gentlemen an 1 their wives and two or three single gentlemen can be accommodated with pleasant rooms and board at No. 75 Free Street. _ I»ay9___tf House to Rent or Lease. THE Upper tenement of honse No. 31 Emery St., consisting of six rooms, all very pleasantly situ ated ; with Gas and Sebago Water, &c. Inquire on the premises. aprltfdtl_WILLIAM H. GREEN, To Let. 0*F.OFTHE BEST OFFICES ON EXCHANGE STREET. Enquire of GEO. A. WHITNEY * CO,. mar24tf No. 4g Exchange St. STORE TO LET. A largo brick store in the Racklcft Block, comer *>f Middle and Oeurch streets—basement and first floor, elegunth finished and adapted to jobbing dry goods or other similar trade. Apply to ALLEN H A TNES. septlldtf C. ¥. KIMBALL’S Elegant Carriages. SALEROOMS, COR. PREBLE HOUSE, Portland, HI©. I take pleasure in announcing to tlio public that 1 now have on hand the largest and best assortment of elegant caniages ever exhibited in Maine, embracing nearly every style now in tiso, including several new pattern, made only at my factory'. Twenty-five years’ Experience f myself and many of my workmen, enable us to produce The Finest Cariages AT THE— LOWEST RATES. BSP* All persons are cordially Invited to visit the waiernoms and examine our finished carriages. Al so our factory and examine the material and work, whether they desire to purchase or not. All carriages made by me arefuUy warranted. £3P*rbe public are respectfully cautioned about purchasing carriages repiesenteU to be my make unless they have my name-plate in fall. S^Onlers solicited and promptly Ailed. (E3F* Bools with cuts, descriptions and prices sent by mai to all desiring to purchase. C. P. KIMBALL, mayl9eod3mPortland, ,Tlr. GRASS SEED. 2000 Bags Western Timothy Seed 1500 “ Canada “ >• lOOO “ Red Top “ 500 “ Michigan Clover « 200 “ Ohio “ 400 .“ Ko. Nf w York “ “ 100 “ Pea Vine, “ « 150 “ Alsike “ « 100 “ millet « lOO “ Hungarian Grass “ lOO “ Orchard “ FOE SALE AT THE] Lowest Cash Price. KENDALL & WHITNEY. mch2G tf Notice to Owners ol Lots in Ever green Cemetery. ANY person owning lots in Evergreen Cemetery, by calling ar the Office ot the City Treasurer and paying tne snm of one dollar for each l *t, will In sure the best of care for the same by the Superintend ent for the current year; and any person paving the sum of twenty-five dollars will secure the care u* their lots by the city lor all time. JAS. BAILEY, ) J. S. PALMER, J Trustees. C. E. JOS r , ( DOGS—Any Dogs found in the inclosure after this date without the presence of master will be In peril JAS. BAILEY, J. S. PALMER, C. E. JOSE. myl9dtf Ship Timber and Knees. I HAVE tne largest and best stock ol Ship Knees in the State. Also best unality seasoned White Oak Treenails, and can furnish Hackmatack, Hardwood or White «ak Timber and Plank at the lowest cash prices. Portland. Dec. 30. 1872. ** HOT TEJTrOLLS. HOT TEA ROLLS can bo had from W. C. Cobb’s Bakery or Carts every aiteuvoox, myl5 tf MRS. M. H. NEAL, nas the largest and best assort ment, of Hats and Bonnets, trim cd and untrimed, of any in the city. Call and see. Hair Goods in all their variety. 327 CONGRESS ST. “J28 d2w ray 6 awaogs, TENTS, FLAGS, Canvass Lettering, Ac., F. A. LEAVITT, 491-2 Exchange St eod3m 1 fl.nl 73t* BLIAS HOttH r Sewing Machines AND CUTTEKICK’S Patterns of Garments jfePL^ MM E & WILDER P> 173 Un^ta'rw Particular Notice to the Under takers of the City of Portland. l\TO person shall remove any bodies or the remains I yf of any bodies from any of the graves or tombs n the city, or distu.b or break up, or remove any wdv in any tomb nr grave without special permission >f the Sui*erintendt-nt of Bmials.- Chap 37. Revised Ordinances of the City of Portland Per order, JAMES S. GOUI.D, may24-d2w Superintendent of Burials. FOR SALE! ONE sixteenth of Schooner Ethan Allen, and one thirty-second of Scho -ner Hattie E. Sampson Both vessels.** well found and in good order. For further particulars apply to MIC AH SAMPSON. my28d2w No. 66 Middle St., opposite Post Officer the press. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE «. 1873 Gossip and Gleanings. A photographer requested tW i i “Taken front life,” should he hU epitaph!'*"’ Garibaldi’s history of his “Campaign io Italy during 1800,” is to be published simul taneously in England and the United States. Indiana claims to have discovered the re mains of a whale and argues that she was once an island in the mid-ocean. Au elderly person named Laing having re sumed business and opened shop in an interi or town the local paper is reminded thereby ot “Auld Laitig’s sign.” The Fort Worth 8tan'lard fondles the idea that Texas will “one day loom up in great ness, and at last dwarf the old States of the Atlantic seaboard.” An agriculturist of Dodge County, Wis., has hit upon the felicitous dodge of raising potatoes from the hills that flesh is heir to in the village graveyard. Is it unjust that the mother should suffer for the inexperience of the child ? That doc trine would turn eveiy cradle upside down. To suffer {brothers is the highest mark of heroism and nobleness.—Beecher. Before falling eight feet upon a pile of stones, alwavs take a reef in your tongue. If Mr. Seller of Louisville had taken this simple precaution, he would not have bitten off that useful member. The French custom of drinking water with a little sugar put in to soften it is beginning to find favor here, though not to such an ex tent yet as to interfere with the custom of bars. A Memphis jury, having convicted a man of murder, now finds that the supposed mur dered man is living. The question is wheth er the verdict shall be rescinded or the man allowed to murder his victim. A kind of bat that chirps has lately been observe., about the roofs and chimneys of some houses in the upper part of the city On account of its chirping, the discoverer of it surmises that it may be a cricket bat. In olden times, an essential part of a bride’s outfit was sand for scouring her kitchen im plements. Nnw-a-uays they don’t trouble about the sand; all that is required from fa ther is that he shall “down with the dust.” The setting of a great hope is like the set ting ot the sun. The brightness of ourlite is gone, shadows of the evening fall around us, and the world seems but a dim reflection itself—a broader shadow. We look forward into the coming lonely night; the soul with draws itselt. Then stars arise, and the night is holy.—Lonyfellcm. “Oh, Mr. Butcher, what a quantity of bone there was in that piece of meat we had from you,” said a lady, very indignantly. “Was there, ma’am? But, howsomever, the first fat bullock I kill without any bone, I’ll let yon have one joint for nothing.” An English reviewer points out the fact that at the present time it is the novel, and not the ballad, that forms the nation, and that th ■ school of sensational writers, who almost monopolize the popular reading of two countries, are doing the English language a mischief that can hardly be cured. “Men say ‘you cannot conduct business ac cording to a stiaight rule. There must be equivocation.’ That is between you and the ju gment-day. My business is not to glose over these things. I believe that truth and fair-dealing are in the long run the best, and that any business which cannot be conducted on that ground ought not to be conducted at all. A man who cannot prosper in that way ought not to prosper.”—Beecher. “Fountains of health” that run root beer of various kinds are now in full operation. Thes; concerns, however, do not appear to interrere with the custom of the regular bars over which alcoholic beverages are dispensed. With most people a draught of root beer does not count, and is only taken to assuage thirst between the serious business drinks of each day. _ _ A Funny Scene. THE LOST TRIBES—AND ONE MORE. The Court of Assizes of the Seine was late occupied with the trial for wife-murder of Claude Rippert. In a recent sitting the fol lowing incident.as related by the French jour nals, occurred in the examination of a wit ness: PresUent of the Cour' to witness: Your name, surname and profession ? Answer: Daniel, forty-five years, Israelite, restaurateur by profession. Q. You keep a restaurant? A. No, Monsieur le President, I am a res taurateur of nationalities. You cannot sure ly hate forgotten that after the taking of Je rusalem by Nebuchadnezzar Q. Let us come to the point. You quit ted the house of the accused an hour before the murder? A. Yes, Monsieur le President. I was on the point of going to Marseilles to embark there to commence my search for the eleven tribes of Israel, when the Commissaire of police sent me ordeis to remain in France. After all, I said to myself, since the eleven tribes of Israel, dispersed af ter the destruciion ot Jerusalem, l ave wait ed two thousand three hundred years, they can very well wait fifteen more, so 1 deferred my departure. Q. Tell us what you know of the relations which exist between your daughter Rebecca and the accused. Do you know that your daughter loves Claude Rippert? A. I know it. Was not it her duty to avow it to her father, who has always taken her into his confidence in his scientific and historical labors ? If I have persevered in searching for the eleven tribes, it has been on her account; if the constant aim of my life has been to reconstitute the kingdom of Je rusalem— Q. Let us leave on one side the kingdom of Jerusalem. This is not the place for such Utopias. A. The fact is, however, certain. The tak ing of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar Q. Witness, you can sit down. V. It Messieurs of the jury would wish any details about the eleven tiibes The pr-sident of the court here iu-errupted him. and turning to the accused asked him if he bad any objections to make as to the de position of the last witness. On the advice of his counsel he declined to question him. Here a juror interposed: Pardon, Monsieur le President, I did not e> actly understand what the witness deposed about the Sieur Nebuchadnezzar,about whom there is no question in the acte d accusation. [Roars of laughter in toe court.] M. le President (w'tb much suavity), Nebu chadnezzar was King of Nineveh. Juror: I thank Monsieur le President for having enlightened me upon the point. [He took his seat again.] Grass for Chickens. As by far the largest part of the chicken* supplying our markets are raised on large 'arms, where they have ample liberty for a 'ree range, the amount of grass consumtd jy them is not generally appreciated as much is it should be. This is one reason why so nany pci sons fail in the attempt to succeed ivilh poultry in a state of confinement. Eu ;losures are often made withont a thought of ;he relations which grass or green food has to luceess. Running at large over many acres uid helping themselves to grass at any mo nent, the breeder of ordinary observation 'ails to notice that a very large part of the 'owls’daily food—if not the largest Dart—enn lists of green toed. He feeds coni and oats >r scraps, or table refuse, and imagines iba’t -bey live on that almost exclusively, ami hence supposes and teaches that such food will also answer who rowls are confined. A trial underceives him. In preparing an euclosure f„r brcedin" in confinement, no hennery will be complete or will be even worth attempting, without a’re servation of space for grass. Iu case the fowls can be allowed a part of each dav fir a raoip. say a short time before night, the matter is of less importance. Still it is far o iter to provide pasturage for them when it can be done Something may be done on the ‘‘soiling plan’’ also, if that is deemed host. Vegetables, such as cabbages a,.d other green things which they like, may be giown for them and cut and fed to them. Their sham «ncd appetites will aid them to dispose of a ■m!fC|,inU,Unt iu a verv s*lort space of lime, cconn'nol^'w c;f,<-‘9 8Uch a plan will be more depend on „ln ,urnishinK green lood, than lo rail help ill','"1?6 or a grass plat where they dKtt?*^ btecPd ha, yet bee£ discretion as not m m P°',90ssln- so mu‘h planta iou,without"v9troy, utter,y a f?rass to-morrow.For this reLonll'1 t!!,Ve C,.alIn, of to sow grass seed in a heiMard^wlu0 fow s have access to it. If they do nu!!.' the seed out, they will eat off the'”^ shoots the moment they appear, and no mat ter lr'W great a range tLey Uav -, they prefer young grass, and will be sure to take it when the chance is offered. For this reason no amateur need expect to raise grass or vegeta bles to maturity in an enclosure where fowls are kept. In some cases, however, it may be an excellent plan to sow seeds in their yards on purpose to give them employment. Corn may he very advantageously used in this way. If deeply planted or sown, all the betlei—pro vided it is not too deep to sprout—as it gives them more work to scratch out. The leaves furnish a palatable article of green *ood, while the half decomposed kernels are peculiarly ac ceptable to the poultiy tribe. Any other grain, of course, can be sown at the same lime time. The man wlio furnishes an al un dance of employment to fowls in c nfinement, masteis at once more than half the difficulties attending it. A commodious scratching bed used iu t: is way for seeds, or for burying refuse meat, al so to be scratched out, would in every case be an important and extremely usef, I adjunct to a poultry yard, even where judicious foresight had provided, in addition, a requisite range for grass. recK 8 sewing Machine. A Mr. Peck had Ion* entertained the idea that he could invent a selr-act.nc sewing-ma chine, anu he did. He procured a steel rib bon spring about twenty feet long, and of suf ficient power to run a horse-car. This he rig ged on his wife s sewing-machine with a lot ot clockwork, and it appeared to him, when he finished the job that evening, that he had realizi d bis hopes. If any sewing-machine ever would go that would, so he wound it up ready for u.e in the morning and went to bed- At 4 o’clock Mrs Peck aroused him and told him to listeu to the burglars in the hou'e. He listcued and beard a most terrific racket in the sitting-room. It appeared to him that there must be a million burglars re freshing themselves with a prize-fight. So he loaded his gun, ciept softly over, and peeped through a crack in the door. It was not burg jars, it was Mrs. Peck’s sewing-machine. The peg had slipped and that spring was hav ing lull play. It would rear the machine up on one end and charge it three or four times like a battering-ram against the glass front of the book-case; then it would wheel around aud suddenly tear across the room, and butt up against the mantelpiece, and it would lie down and roll over the floor, and hammer the the sofa, tear up the carpet, and boost the center-table and try and jam a hole through the wall and then endeavor to leap up on the chandelier. Then as Peck entered the room, it flew at him, and tore in and out between his legs, the wheel revolving like lightning all the time, and the spring gradually unwinding. And then Peck retreated and the family • all got up and got a mattress ofl' the bed, with which they covered the machine, aud sat on it for a while, but final’y pushed it out of the window into the yard, where Peck piled box es, and ash-barrels, and slop-buckets, and fence palings, anil wagon-wheels on it to keep it still. But all night under the heap it kept up a continual buzz at.d snort and hum, so that one of Mr- Birdsall’s boardt rs fired at it sixteen times with the impressiou that it was cats. Peck h s presented bis better half with a new sewing-machine, and he is satisfied for her to run it with her leet. He is taking a short vacation in the study of mechanics at present. From the Philadelphia Press. MacMahon—Another smoker. From some source we 1 -ara the follow ing personal particulars respecting the new President: “It is not going too far to say that he is the most popular man in the country. He lives a retired, unostentatious life; and. though he displayed extraordinary pomp when sent, a few years ago, on an embassy to Prussia, his manners are unpretending and his dress plain. He seldom appears in unifotm, and the only mark of distinction he wears is the red ribbon-(of the Legion of Honor.) His most marked characteristics are a love of children and a fondness fin study. He made a triumphal entr; into Milan (in 1850) with a little girl, who had offered him a nosegay, perched upon his bolsters He is probably as well versed in military history as Faidherbe, and is olten busy with a child and a map up on his knees. His favorite amusement is rid ing. In society be is sby. .Imoul «uul. and seems ill ut ease. He likes to saunter about the boulevard, with his bands in his pockets and a cigar eternally in his mouth, when he is not on horseback; and be is seen to most advantage at home surrounded by his fam ily.” _ S/1T ITIfTtU 4 k Vninlnn r\f rnliftnlo ibnt cleavest to man through every stage ot his be tng! iu his birth, which has been—in his life, which is—in hisdeatb, which shall be—mighty and essential solitude! that wast, and art, and art to be; thou brood*st, like the Spirit of God moving upon th? surface of the deeps, over every heart that sleeps in the nuiseiies of Christendom. Like the vast laboratory of the air, which, seeming to be nothing, or less than the shadow ot a shade, hidis n i bin it self the principles of all things, solitude for the meditating child is the Agrippa's mirror of the unseen universe. Deep is tbe solitude of millioi s who, with hearts welling forth lore, have none to love them. Deep is the solitude of i hose who, under secret griefs, baie none to pity them Deep is the solitude of those who, lighting with doubts or darkness, have none to counsel them. Blit deeper than the deepest ot these solitudes is that which broods over childhood under the passion of sorrow—bringing bpfore it, at int 'rvals, the final solitude which watches for it, and is waiting for it within the gates of death. O mighty and esseut'al solitude, that wast, and art, and art to be, thy kingdom is made per fect In the grave; but even over those that keep watch outside ihe grave, 1 ke myself, an infant of six years old, thou stretchest out a sceptre of fascination.—De Quincy. The National Board of Fire Underwriters -HEREBY OFFERS A REWARD of $500 For the detection, conviction anti punishment of par ties charged with the crime of ors. n, iu tiring tie Premises situate ou Larch Street, in the City of Portland, on April 27th, 1873; said Reward will be paid only on due proof bein^ fain shed tl«e Executive Committee of the con vieviou and actual punishment of said criminals*. By Order of the Ex ecutive Committee, STEPHEN CRESWELL, Chairman. New York, May 15th. 1873. m>24-u2m $300 REWARD. City ot Portland. City Marshal’s Office, May It, 1873. Three Hundred Dollars Will bo pai I by the city to any person who will eh o Information that will lead tnitcarrest ami conviction of ihe person or pe sons that set fire to the bouse of M. Welch, on Larch street, April 27,1S73 tM. oho. W. PARKER, myludSm City Marshal. Cheapest Book Stores IN THE UNITED STATES. OLD Book., bought soli, or exchanged, loaned for one cent per ciav. Send three cent. for Sr cuiare. Agents warned. 0 „ ALBERT COLBY & SON*. il»t**aogc St , Portland, Mass Ml1156 Baltimore Si... BaUitnoVI"\ld ___ rtJtwtiwO $25~ RK\\ A H D f |lHE above reward is offered to any person who f- willfui nish the dng, and prove Ills ownership, rat„9e,st,rny<^l the Swans in Evergreen Cemetery ou the 27tli instart. Ami NPFllil, ■w.TICfc. Is “ ;r*by given that Dogs nrc A b.olni*-ly forbidden within the inclosure of the ( emetery. JAMES BAlLEY,) C. E. JOSE, j Trustees. J. S. PALMER. ) Portland, May 29th—d3m__ Sanford’s lirprovcd Refrigerators. ni which 1 claim, are. JTic three is'uo cireulaitou of pure sir; ^l"'r,ne"s ““ dampness rnunld nor taint; 3rd; no 2?i!mE3£l of odors; purity and active air, the V'Jnenis^of its success. Call, oi send for circulars, WiSicdactnrcl and for sale he J, F. MERRILL, be t ween Cross and Cotton sts., near Leavitt, Burnham itco.s Ice House, Portland, Me. jeSdtf

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