THE PRESS. WEDNESDAY MORNING,JUNE 11,1873. EV£RY re :ular attache of the Press is furnished with a card certificate countersigned by Stanley T. Pullen, Editor. All railway, steamboat an1 hot* managers will confer a favor upon us by demanding cred ntiala of every person claiming to represent our Jour.ial, as we have information that several • bum mars’' are seeking courtesies in the name of the Press, and we have no disposition to be, even pas sively, a party to such fraud We do not read anonymous letters and communi cations. The name and address of tile writer are In aU esses indispensab e, not necessarily for publication but as a guaranty of good faith. w J cannot undertake to return or reserve com munications that are not useu. A Railroad Measure. A section relative to railroad operations has been presented to the Ohio constitution al convention tor its cousideraliop that is worthy of not ice. Its purpose is clearly to make the railroads of that Stale subservient to the interests of the people and to prevent the abuses that have disgraced the manage ment of some of the leading roads of the country. It doubtless had its origin from the anti-railioad extortion feeling that is now toe leading topic under discussion throughout the West. i lie proposed constitutional provision in the first place provides, by a general law, for free railroad building in the State and that any road may connect and intersect with other roads, without discrimination as to tar iffs, and without delay. It is further provid ed that every railroad company in the State shall keep a p .hlic office where transfers of its stock shall be made and kept for the in spection of all parties interested, these books to contain the amount of capital stock, own ers names and shares. Anothei section pro vides that railroad companies doing business In Ohio shall be forever taxed and that all rolling stock is to be taxed and considered as other personal property in the State. The consolidation ol competing line3 is forbidden or even the running of such roads by one agent. A majority of the directors must also be residents of the State. Railroad corpora tions are forbidden to be interested directly or indirectiy in any mining or manufacturing company, or too.vn more real estate than is necessary for doing their business. Another section provides that no discrimi nation is lawful against the people of the State but persons and goods must be carried in the State on as favorable terms as they are brought into or carried through it. The meas ure also provides that the general assembly of the State shall have power to regulate and establish the maximim tariffs of railroads. All railroads are further declared to be public highways, and all individuals, corporations or partnerships have equal rights to transporta tion of persons or freight, except such trans portation companies as may be formed of railroad officers. This regulation is intended to prevent a ring within the corporation, which shall act prejudicially to the interests of the company or common wealth. Issue of stock or bonds, except for money, labor or property actually received and applied to legitimate purposes, all stock dividends or other fictitious increase of capi tal, are declared void, and capital stock and indebtedness can be increased only in accord ance with law and wi‘h consent of a majority of stockholders. The agent of the Associated Press at Au gusta, has been induced by the friends of Mr. Dingley in that city to telegraph a statement purporting to be a summing up of the result of caucusses thus far held. We know by reliable advices from some of the towns that his summing up is incorreot. It may ne that these gross y erve sions of the truth, to which the Associated Press has been thus prostitut ed, will subserve the end sought, but we doubt it It is quite possible that Mr. Ding iey will be nominated at Bangor,but it would be better on many accounts to have it done without these very questionable devices od the part of his friends. Concerning the agent named above, it seems probable that if some friends ol Col. Stone had gone to him with the statement that six hundred towns had chosen two thousand Stone delegates, he would, in the innocence of his heart, have sent it over the wires. Nothing is too pie posterous for him. His gushing simplicity incapacitates him from understanding the wiles of a wicked world. The new States of the West, with now and then an exception like Attorney General Williams, have been very unfortunate in the choice of United Slates senators. The latest scandal is about Senator Mitchell recently elected in Oregon whose real name, it seema when he lived in Pennsylvania, was Hippie. There is now living in a hotel in Franklin, Pa., as a servant, a woman who claims to be hia wife and the fact is so well known that his friends do not deny it. He did not marry the woman until her own reputation made it nec essary and alter living with her a year desert ed her with another woman. Senator Mitch ell, alias Mr. Hippie has published in Ore. gon papers an explanation which has not ap peared here, but the statement of his former partner in Pennsylvania, in part an apology, is a very lame attempt at his justification. If the statement of bis deserted wife, who has tv>o children, is true, the Senate should re quest the Senator to return to private life. The cowardly and atrocious massacre of four Modoc captives by a party of Oregon volunteers affords humiliating proof that all the savagery and outrage are not confined to the Indians. The fair minded person will fail to see in what respect these men wearing the uniform of the State of Oregon, who murdered unarmed prisoners of war, stand in any better light than Capt. Jack and his as sociates who violated a flag of truce -y mur dering Gen. Canby. The authorities of Ore gon are swift tojieraand the blood of the In dian murderers—will they be equally eager to viudicate the honor of their State which has been tarnished by these volunteers. The population of Yuma City. Arizona, having had the privilege of witnessing the first pubMe execution of a murderer after the legal method, declare themselves utterly dis gusted with the affair on account of the regu larity and solemnity of the proceedings. They protest that there was “no fun in it’’ and threaten to return to the code of Judge Lynch. Personal.—It is announced that Col. F. E. Shaw of Paris, editor and proprietor of the Oxford Democrat, is hereafter to be as sociated with C. A. Lord, Esq., in the man agement of the Christian Mirror. Col. Shaw makes the Democrat one of the best county papers in the State—Indeed a first class local paper. We ar : glad that he is likely to be our next door neighbor. Iw the suit of the Somerset Railroad against Joseph Clark, to enforce the payment of a stock subscription, the Law Court at Augusta rendered a decision for the defendant. This was made a test case and practically decides the suits pending against Solon, Bingham,and many individual subscr bers, amounting to more than $100,000. And so the Court of Appeals in New York have came to the conclusion that Stokes is entitled to a thirl trial, having already had two. It is very r-obable that the new trial will end in a disagreeing,^ 0f ,jJ(1 jUry as did the first and in the end tSyg,^^, will es ->e the penalty of his crime. the t*u. that “the"iM^orb closes an art.*ie on crats will makVatnte3tMaine by 8ay'^ fore if the Republicans'^ tbat th® Dem°' speak out in denunciation^* ®V®r b®‘ &nd kindred evils.” Ohio, --_ -ab’ The town of Etna is the first in the tc . scjss: a good,y ,,9t °f dei®«at® Lewis t ® the ,pPort tbat thirteen of It is understood that the muster of the 1st Regimentof Maine militia will be accorded to that city that will offer the greatest induce ments. _ Kendall's Mills and the Maine Central. To the Editor of the Portland Prets. An article recently appeared in your paper touching the course pursued by some of our citizens, and particularly by Mr. Daniel Bunker towards the Maine Central Railroad Company, which is calculated to give a wrong impressiou, and we wish to set you right in re gard to the matter. All the proceedings in this case have been carried on under the direction of the subscrile ers, acting as a committee on the part of our village, and the facts are as follows. When the railroad authorities proposed to run their Bangor track down on the east side of the river, the people of our village saw, at a glance, that the proposition involved a serious blow to the interests of our place, as there would be a toll bridge between us and the pro posed Bangor depot. And not only Mr. Bunk er but nearly all our citizens, determined at once to adopt such measures as would best se cure our interest. While we were deliberating on the course best to pursue for accomplishing that end, the railroad authorities called on Mr. Bunker for the purpose of getting his consent to cross his land. He told them clearly aud squarely that they could not use his laud for any such' pur pose, at any price which they might offer him. Subsequent negotiations were had between us and the railroad directors, which resulted in an agreement on the part of the Railroad Com pany, to furnish us funds sufficient to buy the toll bridge and make it a free bridge, so that we can now have a free passage way to the new depot on the east side of the river, which is entirely satisfactory to all parties concerned. When this was accomplished the railroad au thorities made Mr. Bunker a fair offer for a passage over his land and he accepted the offer and gave them a deed for that- purpose. This is all there was to what you call Judge Rice’s “suaviter in modo et fortiter in re” to wards the ‘ sturdy yeoman." Respectfully yours, S. S. Brown Orison Burrill. Chas. Fogo. Opening of the Kiarsage Houle.—A large and brilliant party was present Monday at tbe opening of tbe Kiarsage House, by Messrs. Thompson, Son & Andrews. An ele gant dinner was served. In the evening, a grand ball was given, Chandler’s Qnadr.lle Band of Portland furnishing the music. At midnight an elegant supper was given by Messrs. Thompson, Sou & Andrews, after which dancing was resumed. Wolfboro and Portland furnished the belles of the party. No finer party has been given in New England for many a year, and the Kiaisage opens the sea son with flattering prospects. The ball was un der the management of H. S. Osgood, Esq., of Augusta. _•_ News and Other Items. The Louisville Courier-Journal calls Indi ana’s new divorce law the Hoosier Separator. The house in Murfreesboro, Tenn., iu which President Polk was married is now used as a stable. A thrifty sheriff in Indiana, when he has an idle jury on his hands, sets them to work mowing the grass around the court house. There are iu Chicago’s new hotel, the Grand Pacific, fifty-nine flights of stairs, thirty-eight miles of wire, 999 windows, and 1,070 doors. Alexander H. Stephens has bought the At lanta (Ga.) Suu back from tbe boys, and re sumed entire ownership and management of the paper. Lydia Murry, a practical woman’s rights ad vocate, who follows the calling of cab driver, has lately been fined 85 for fast driving in a London street. 1 George Opd.vke on Saturday accepted the Presidency and De Witt C. Littlejohn tbe Vice-Presidency of the Oswego and Midland Railroad Company. Boston will have no fire-works and no bal loon ascension on tbe Fourth of July. What else it will have, save the inevitable address be fore tbe city authorities, is not yet decided. Colonel J. W. Forney’s “Anecdotes of Public Men,” which has been running in a series in a Washington Sunday paper for a long time, is in preparation by Harper & Brothers. E. B. Prime of Portmouth, N. H., has near ly nine years carried a bullet in his head as a memento of the battle of Fair Oaks. The bul let struck him in tbe left temple, and lodged near the angle of the jaws, the effect being to deprive him of all use of his jaws, 4tod compel him to subsist entirely on chopped or liquid food. All efforts to find the bullet failed until last Friday,when, according to the Portsmouth Chronicle, Surgeon F. E. Potter, U. S. N., suc ceeded in extracting the ball from its nine years’ restingpla-e,accomplishing the operation without any cutting. The entire use of the jaws will be restored. STATE NEWS. ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY. Last Sunday at Lewiston a four year old boy climbed up a ladder to the top of a house aud cooly sat astride the ridge pole. A gentleman who saw him there rescued him. In Lewiston last Monday a horse run away with a load of household stuff and laid out a week’s business for the man who repairs furni ture. KENNEBEC COUNTY The doors for the Maine General Hospital are now ready for delivery. They were made by Wyman of Augusta. The Augusta Choral Society is to give a con cert next Friday in aid of the Hospital fund. A few days since a lad named Fred Lewis of Augusta, accidentally shot himself through the band. The valuation of real estate in Augusta is 83,032,881; personal estate 81,767,514; aggre gate gain in real and personal property from last year 8222,835. Waterville has the cerebro spinal meningitis. OXFORD COUNTY. J. Glover of Hartford, aged 76 years, died last week. He was an honored citizen. Hiram is to have a high school building. I. W. & A. G. Parsons of Norway, have four burr mills. They grind 30,000 bushels of corn and 22,000 bushels of wheat annually. I. L, Horne of Norway, turns out at his tan nery annually 32,000 sides of wax leather. 96,000 pounds of splits, and 25 tons of glue stock. PENOBSCOT COUNTY. A granite watering trough weighing six thou sand pounds, was left on the steamer’s wharf at Bangor, last Monday. The people cal.ed it a ■ punch bowl.” Capitalists of Bangor talk of erecting a large building with steam power, to rent to manufac turers on a small scale. Bangor lias rai-ed 8800 by subscription for tbe Hospital fund. Penobscot river is being stocked with young salmon. SAGADAHOC COUNTY. Five sheep belonging to A. Shaw of Wool wich, were killed by ligbtniDg last Saturday. WASHINGTON COUNTY. Calais, Pembroke, Eastport aud intermediate places by tbe way of Jackson Brook and Prince ton will soon have a night mail. YORK COUNTY. Tress Torresponaenee. Judge Bairowslias appointed H. H. Burbank, esq., of Limerick, Commissioner, to take recog nizances in accordance with a«i act of the Leg islature, approved Jan. 26, 1873. Hon. John M. Goodwin has recently purchas ed some twenty seres of land near the seashore in Biddeford, including whati? known as “For tune Rocks.” It is said to be oue of the finest locations on the coast for summer resideuces. Hon. Frank Jones, President of the Ports mouth & Dover Railroad, bas contracted with Mess. Trafton aud Ivory C. Hatch of Wells, for a large quantity of piling timber for the use of that road. in general. The Democratic Siate Convention will proba bly be held at Portland the second week in Au gust. Everett F. Filesi has been appointed Postmas ter at Thorndike Station vice Raymond S. Rich, resigned; Charles H. Libby to b1 postmaster at White s Corner, vice Otis J. Libby, resigned ■ the name of East Eden post office has been changed to Bar Harbor, and Edwiu G. Desiclc re ained as postmaster. Poisoning tbc Sick. There never was » specialty in medicine that was not pirated. Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters is no ex ception to the general rule. Fraud f llows in the tr xk of the Great Vegetab'e Restorative as it makes the circle of the world, and offers Its pernicious lmi tations to the sick at every turn, anxious to drench the public with their trash. The imitators and coun terfeiters offer It by tlie gallon, the barrel, the hogs J^a1' welj a“ by'be bottle. Beware this deluge Bo'*r in mind that the true article If ™ ? 1° bo'fie" only, and tlie imp ess of genuine 'o be found upon ihe glass itself as well as uo ??*“? bueiy engrueed government stamp and tbeelc aifKinThejSreat, veEc|able ionic prevents and gest?. muons disorders and comp aims of the di on nervous system, maladies np than tbePlfi.*. 1, ,,itat‘oos produce no more effect man me . Bull U[ion the cumet. - SPECLai notices^ •»te OF 1KA^E| . llA -jve Departs!b. An adlournw, session of thelfi"’ Jm,e 8’ f*‘ ' Tue»dav"th,he °0anel1 Chamber IlT Council w„ Tuesday, the mb day 0l June tart’( ,t - on I Junll*1’ GEO. G. STACY, Sec'y of State. I sn2t ' SPECIAL NOTICES. We have just completed a New EXHIBITION OAIXERT, where at all times a choice collection of Works of Art can always be seen FREE. With the improvements we have made we feel as though we were fully up to the large mar ket, and we respectfully solicit the patronage ol the public. SCHUMACHER BROS., * Deering Block, , „ Congress SUeet. sn3t IMPROVEMENTS. Whichever way we turn our eyes, We see Improvements have been made; Each seeking by some new device To cast all others in the Bhade; In commerce and mechanics too, Great changes a few years do show; Things which our faiherB never knew, Nor dreamed of fifty years ago. See what improvements' at Fenno’s, Where boys can buy a “suit complete” 01 handsome reasonable “clothes,” Corner of Beach and Washington street JnlTsnlwBoston Caucus. The Republicans of Westbrook are requested to meet in caucus at the Town Hall on SAiUKDAY, June 14th at 4 o’clock, P. M., to choose delegates to the^State Convention to be holden at Bangor on the Westbrook, June 10,1873.' juulld&wsn Caucus. The Republicans of Deering are requested to meet at the Town House on SATURDAY, the 14th day of June, I>73, at 4 o’clock P, M., to choose del egates to attend the Republican State Convention to be holden at Bangor June 19th. Per order Republican Town Committee. Deering, June II), 1773. JulUnd&w Caucus. The Republicans of Falmouth are requested to meet at the Towu House on Saturday the 14th inst., at 6 o’clock P. M., to choose delegates to attend the State Convention. Jnll-snd&wPer Order Towu Committee. Caucus. The Republicans of North Yarmouth are request ed to meet at tne Town House on SATURDAY, the 14th day of June 1873, at six o’clock P. M., to choose delegates to attend the Republican State Conven tion at Bangor June 19th. julld&wsn Per Order Town Committee. Go and see the Ladies' Suits D. C. GOLDER, is selling for $5.75. ELEGANT WHITE LAWN SUIT, only $7.60, worth $16. 5 FREE STREET. ACTUAL FACT ! A LLAMA LACE SACtfcUE, For $13.50, really worth $20. i PARASOLS, SUN-UMBRELLAS & SHOWERETTES. TOURIST, WALKING-STICK, CROOK AND CLUB-HANDLE. IN AI.I. THE NEWEST SHADES AND COLORS, FKO.SI ONE TO TEN DOLLARS. D. C. GOLDER, NO. 5 FREE STREET, White Lawn Suits, Grass Cloth Suits, Linen Batiste Suits, Plain Linen Suits, Ac. Berlin Suits in all the newest and most Fashionable Shades. 5 FREE STREET. apr22_ sneodGra ^ 5jj ^ S| ^ E| 3| E| S| The Most Popular Medicine Extant, 1840. Over Thirty Years 1873, Since'thc Introdurtion’of PERRY DAVIS’ pain-killer. THE PAIN.KILLEB orColda'ly a*’l>'lcab'e and efficacious to young The eaiv.kiei.hr I« bath an Internal and External remedy. rilHE PAIN-KILLER 1 32 bare AgU° Whe“ other The paiv-kiiler Should be used at the first manifestations of Co d or Cough. THE PAIiV.KIEI.ER Is the Great Family Medicine of the Age. THE PAIN.RILl.ER A WiU cure Painter’s Colic. riAHE PAIN-KILLER A Is gaod for Scalds and Bnrns, THE PAIN-KILLER „ the Vei,lict of the People in its favor. THE PAIN-KILLER ___ <JlTe"Universal Satisfaction. mns pain.killek mHEEAIm « ^'ion* »»<» Counterfeit,. rl'H* P»IN-ttlLl.*R has, w:tho8uuSoubtCb^n,,nfor™ «“» this terrible disease than anv othe r'To" 11 '"rlnB or even th most eminent and .klllfnV'm r*’,',"<l.V. In India, Aftica and China, where thb. drUHf! ? tiu’ ease Is ever m re or le«s prevalent, the PaIn r'tt i ER is consl iered by the natives, as weo MEuamm residents in tlio-e climates, a Slee Rkuehy *1 THE PAI V-KIEI, '• R Each i ottle Is wrapped with full dlrcttions Tttx[or IltAlN-KlLLER ly Metfey all Druggists and Dealers im Fami myli ^es. $neodlm&w21 SPECIAL NOTICES. CIGARS! CIGARS! CIGARS! Tobacco, Tobacco, Tobacco. PIPES, PIPES, PIPES. Cheroots, eleven dollars per lOOO. Tobacco from ecuts per pound to 93.50, and Pipes from one cent each to 9100 each. All the above can be had at STEBBIN S CIGAR STORE, 3GO Congress Street, Portland. WHOLESALE. Cigars very good for $17 per 1000. New Times, Old Tines, ‘'Havana Gems,” No Brands* And many o'lier Brands of our make. Iam in a posit:on to sell at lower ra.es than any other Manu facturer or Jobber in the Slate. R. NATHAN, (Eate C. If. 81 EBBIN8,) .'ICO Congress 8irrrl, Portland. Iu5sn3m ROOM PAPERS! ROOM PAPERS! THE LABGE8T PAPER HANGING ESTABLISHMENT East of Boston is at NO. 61 EXCHANGE STREET, and all who are In need of ROOM PAPERS should been in mind that LOTHBOP, DEVENS & CO. keep a complete line of theso goods. Every possible STYLE AND GRADE is n )w in stock. A large lot of ENGLISH PAPER HANGINGS are ottered at REDUCED PRICES ! SPECIAL IN D U C E 91 E NT 8 ottered to owners of let houses, which will enalle them to buy their ROOM PAPERS — AT — WHOLESALE PRICES. OUR W indow Shade Department is very extensive, an 1 nearly all new goods, many designs having never been shown in this market. SHADE TASSELS, all sizes andfcolors. Standard Patent Fixture*, Curtain and Picture Cord*, &c., &c., at prices that cannot fail to ensure ready sales. LOTHBOP, DEVEftS & CO., No. 61 Exchange Street. my 15 tf T a the Public. The Society for the Prevention ot Cruelty to Ani mals respectfully gives notiee that Alonzo H. Libby, Constable, whose office is at No. 80 Middle street, (up stairs) has been appointed Agent of the Society. The public a»e therefore icquested to g've prompt information to him of any crnelty to animals that may come to their knowledge, and he will see to it that the offenders are brought to speedy and strict justice. Per order. ap29 * snlf WOODS, SMITH & ESTEVS LATEST STYLES OF REED ORGANS AT LOW PRICK*. For sale by C. K. HAWES, Hasic Dealer. myl4snlm77 Middle street. BANK OF PORTLAND. On, aud after this date, the uu lei gued will carry on a strictly Banking business, at tbe Banking Rooms now occupied by the Secon National Bank, in Portland, Maine, under the style of tbe “BANK OF PORTLAND” and as such, will receive Deposits and make Discounts, in the regular course of the Banking Business. W. N. GOOLD. Portland, June 24th, 1872. jun23newlt then sn tf Cooking Ranges. First class Cooking Ranges arad Stoves CHEAP FOR CASH, call and see before purchasing. Also Ice chests coolers and Refrigerators. FREDERICK BUCKNAIH, No. 199 Fore *»t. Portland Me. (Between Exchange anil Plntn St.) tny3<Bii3w BONDS! BONDS of western cities and counties, 10 per cent, interest and principal payable in the east. Private property as well a3 public rea lied. Debts very small in proportion to property aud therefore easily paid. Careful investors are invited to call and examine the Bonos. L ws and Decisions of the courts upou such securities and will find them very safe. Tnere is nothing better. CHARLES M. HAWKE8, feb7snt 28 Exchange st... Port’and. Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa. An Institution having a high reputation for honor able conduct and professional skill. Acting Surgeon, J. S. HOUGHTON, M. D. E-says for Young Men sent free of charge. Address, HOWARD ASSOCIA TION, No. 2 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. my7sn3m To Eel. THE commodious four storied Brick Store, No. 57 Commercial St.—immediate posessinn given. Inquire of ELIAS THOMAS & CO , No. 90 Commercial St. Or of W. W. THOMAS. Canal National Bank. «pntl?*ntf APPRO YE D STATEMENT. The following reli ible proof of the great value of Vegetine in cases of Scrofula and other disoast s arising from impure blood, challenges the most pro found attention. Note wbat this long and painful sufferer says, who has been given up to die, by the best medical skill of the country, and whose statement is fully approved by one of Boston’s wealthy ladies. VEGETINE. Will Cure Scrofula Tumors. Boston, May 15,1871. Mr. II. R. Stevens : Dear Sir,—I have been a great sufferer from Scrof ula and Scrofula Tumors fas many in this vicinity can bear testimony) ; and I think tlio whole world ougnt to know of my case and liow I was cured. About eleven years ago several small kernels made their app arance on the glands of my neck, gradually growing larger, and one of them grew into so large a tumor it was frightful to look at; while the others would range from the size of a ben’s egg down to a good sized chestnut. For a period of ten years I spent all my earnings obtaining medical advice, and paying for medicine, getting no better, and constantly growing w rse; have thoroughly tried every remedy that we could hear of which was recommended for the blood; have been treated by the physicians at the hospital, and by those who bear the title of being the best physicians in Bos ton, and was told by them that they could do nothing for me, unless they cut out the large tumor, which had. at this point, reached an enormous size. I had frequent attacks of dizziness, with a constant pain in my head, and most excrucia ing pains in mv sole; was very weak, and much reduced and all of the physicians who attended me pronounced it the worst case of Scrofula Tumors they had ever seen This was my hopeless condition when I ear l of the Vegetine, and how it was curing Scrofula where ev ery thing else had failed. I procured some of it and discontinued the use of all other medicines; and in less than two weeks I could see a great change: I was relieved from the pain in my head, side, and dizzi ness. 1 gained strength from day to day. 1 followed on taking Vegetine f »r one year, according to direc tions; and it lias entirely restoi ed me to health; tbe large Tumor and small kernels have all disappeared from my neck, and the whole surface of my skin is fair and smooth. All my friends, to tfhom reference can be given, pronoune© this the most remarkable cure of Scrofula Tumors they rave ever heard of; and this one case must convince any one suffering from any disease of ttao blood, though physicians do say that you cannot be cured. You can he, if you will persevere, and take this good medicine; for it will, without doubt, cure you, as it did me. 1 am, sir, respectfully and gratefully yours, ELLEN O’HEARN Miss O’Hearn has been a domestic in my family for eleven years and I fully ludorse the above state ment. I think the great, value of Vegetine ought to be knowu in every family, and I improve every op portunity to speak in its favor. MRS. J. TILLSON. 439 Bioadway. Ju9 eodlwsn BATCHELOR’S HAIR DTE. This splendid Hair Dye 1b the best in the world The only True and Perfect Dye. Harmless Reliable aud lnstantaneo?is; nodiRappointineni; no ridiculous tints or unpleasant odor. Remedies the ill fleets of bad dyes washes. Produces Immediately a superb Black or Natural Br«>wn, and leaves the nair dean, soft and beautiful. The genuine, signed VV. A. V-chelor. Sold by all Druggists. CHAS. BATCHELOR, Prop., A. Y, _Wait_ivra k FOR MOTH, PATCHES, FRECKLES And TAN, unePERRVS Motli and Freckle lotion. It l» KECJlBLt aud HABlILEiS. Sold by Druggists everywhere. Depot, 19 Bond St., N. Y mar22___d<wsn6mn A BOOK FOR EVERI MAM. THE “SCIENCE OF LIFE, OR SELF PRES ERVATION,“ a Medical Treatise on the Cause ami Cure «f Exhausted Vitali y, Premature Decline in Man, and Nervous and Physical Debilitv, Hypochon dria. Impoteney. Spermatorrhoea or Seminal Weak ness, and other diseases arising fmm the errors of youth oi the indiscretions * r excesses of mature years. This is indeed a book for every man. Thou sands have been taught by this work the true njray to health aud happiness. It hi the cheapest and best medical work ever published, and he only one on this class ot ills worth reading. 100th edition, revis ed, much enlarged, illustrated, bound in beautiful French cloth. Piice only $1. Sent by mail, poct a 1 °VJGCeiut of price. Address PEABODY MED ICAL iNSTH'UTK, No. 4 Bultinch street, Boston, Mass., nrDit. W. H. PARKER, Assistant Physician. ii ,ai|thor may be consulted on the above as mar3UueJd&^r/':qU'rl',g 8kU1 a“d e,perienee _SPECIAL notices. FOR PIMPLES ON THE FACE, Blackhead and Fleshworm use PKRRg’s ,mnrov ed Corned one and Pimple Remedy, the gieat skin medicine. Prepared only by i>r. tr. o7 PERRY Dermatologist, 4s* Boud St., N. Y. Sold by Druggists verywhere. _ ■MHiBd&wsnemfi SMOKERS’ ATTEVOOM Is called to tne new method of selling cigars, adopted by A.G. SCHLOTTERBECK, A POTIIEC ARY, 303 Congress Street, one door above Brown, Portland, Me. You can purchase a single cigar at the above place, at the rale usually charged per box elsewhere, and have the advantage of selecting from the largest as sortment kept in the city. julO-lvr-sn FISHING TACKLE! All kinds of tackle for Trout or Picker ell fishing:. Wholesale aud Retail. G. Ia* BAILEY, 48 Exchange Street, Selling Agent for DU FONT’S GUNPOWDER, mylG sneodtf Members of Atlantic Lodge, I. 0. G. T. Every mernbrr of Atlantic L-xUe, No. 83, is te quesied to be present next SATURDAY EVENING, as important business will come before the Lodge. Per order ot \V. C. T., juDsnUl_H. S. BURGESS, W. S. Hair Dresser Wanted AT SMITH’S, too EXCHANGE ST. Steady iob to a steady man. jttiO _ 3t Piano Xaning. Orders attended to personally by DD. B. ROBINSON, Plan* Booms, 5 C'ahoon Block. (Opposite City Hali.) mar28-d3m. MARRIED. In this city, June 10, by Rev. J. Cobb, assisted by Rev. G. F. Cobb. Capt. Edw. P. S. Andrews of havi lab. Cal., and Miss Mattie E. Marr of Portlaud. In Gotham, June 7, by Rev. D. A. Maddox, John A. Lord and Miss Alice J. Tyler, both of Gorham. In Auburn, June 3. B. F. Davis and Elizabeth A. Thurston, both oi Minot. In WiBcaBset. May 25, John Sheldon of Wiscasset and Hattie H. Crawford of Woo wich. In Wiscasset, June 6, Wm. M. Smith and Betsey Munsey. DITCJD. In this city, June 9, of consumption, Hattie E. Os good. aged 21 years 5 months. [Prayers on Wednesday forenoon at 11 o’clock, at tbe residence ot John A.Osgood. No. 17 Bracket St. In Allred, Juue 1, Miss Hannah Friend, aged 70 years,—daughter of the late Samuel Frieud. In KennebunKpoit, June 1. Emma F. Perkins, aged 23 years,—-daughter of Abner Perkins. In Gardiner, May 31, Mr. Edwiu K. Allen, formerly oi Dresden, aged 50 years. In Dresden. May 29, Mr. John Allen, aged 83 years and 4 months. In Southport, June 2, Emma, daughter of Capt. Daniel Cameron, aged 12 years. OEPA RTURE OF OCEAN 8TE A TI NAME FROM FOR !>ATF Scotia. New York. .Liverpool—June 11 Olympia.New York. .Glasgow June 11 Manhattan.New York. .Liverpool June 11 Westphalia.New York. .Hamburg June 11 Cleopatra.New York. .Hav&VCrazJune 12 City of Baltimore. ..New Yora.. Liverpool... .June 12 Hatteras.New York.. Bermuda .. .June 12 Hibernian.Quebec.Liverpool-June 14 \ tile de Havre.New York. .Havre.June 14 Abyssinia.New York.. Liverpool... .June 15 Hecla.Bostou.Liverpool_June 17 Crescent City.New York.. Havana June 17 Prussian.Quebec.Liverpool. ..June21 Miniature Almnunr.JTnnc It. Sun rises.4.23
Sun sets. .7.36 I Moon rises.9.00 P.Y I Hnfli watei.11.45 AM MARINE NEWS. PORT OF PORTLAND. Tuesday, June 10. ARRIVED. Steamer New York, Winchester, St John, NB, via Eastnort for Boston. Sch Lilia Rich, Perkins. Boston, Sch Vine. Hodgkin*. Addison. Sch Isabella, Thu trill. Gardiner for Bostou. Sch Sterling, Lewis. Wise asset for Boston. CLEARED. Steamer Falmouth, Colby, Halifax, NS — John Porteous. Sch Ida Mav, (Br) Gorham, St John. NB—master. Sch «'uke of Newcastle, (Br) Knox, St John. NB— John Porteous. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.! KENNEBUNKPORr. June 9-Ar, schs John A. Dix. Pinkham. and Afton. Wormwood. Portland; Wm Duren, Doyle, Hoboken; Eliza Matilda. Brag don. Boston. Sid 9th, schs Frank, Chard, and Stephen Water man, Boothby. Boston. In port, waiting wind, sch S F Townsend, Hersev. tor Philadelphia. Launched-At Damariscotta 9th inst, by Chas G Merry, a fine bnrquerine of about. 400 tons, owned by the bnil ler, Curtis & Davis, and others of Portland, and to be commanded by Capt C W Lawrence, form erly of brig E P Swett.J lFROM MERCHANTS’ EXCHANOE.l Sid fm Havana 1st inst, brig Gipsey Queen, York North of Hattera*. Shi ftn Sagua 28th nit, barmie S E Spring, Small. Philadelphia: brig Valencia, Small, for do; 30th, «ch Ralph Carlton. Curtis, New York ; 31st, brig Me chanic, Nichols, Portland. Ar at New York 9th inst, barque Ella, Oliver, from Buenos Ayres. DDIVIEMTir PORTS. SATILLA MILLS—Sid 3d, sch D uid Nichols, Wy man, New York. BRUNSWICK, GA—Ar 3d. sch Ella Brown. Rob inson. New York, to load for do. Ar 4th. sch Nellie Treat. Trim. New York. Cld 4th. sebs Alaska, Clark, Philadelphia; Abbie Dunn, Fountain. Boston. CH ARLESTON—Cld 5th, sch Mary E Long, Has kell. Weymouth. Ar 8th, sell M M Pote. Stratton. Boston. Sid 6th. sch Harmonla. Sylvester. New Ycric. WILMINGTON. NC-Cld 6tli.schs H Means.Dyer, Keunebunknort; Tim Field, Leland. Fall River. ALEXANDRIA—Sid 7th, sch Sophia Kranz. Dyer, Boston. BALTIMORE—Ar 7th, sch Nellie Chase, Dalling, Sagua. C d 7th, schs Madagascar, Hare, Calais; N A Far weH. Fnrnham. Boston. PHILADELPHIA—Ar 7tt, brigs AbbieC Titcomb, Hull, and J H Dillingham. Treat, Cardenas; Edw H Kennedy, Hallett, Matanzas; sch Bela. Brown, do. Alsoar 7th. barque Lincoln. Trott. Newcastle. E; schs Kocheko, Jasper. Matanzas; Mary W Hupper. Hodgdon, Cardenas ; Webster Kelley, Marshall, from Calais Cld 7th. brig C C Colson, Payson. Matanzas. NEW YORK—Ar 8th. barque Shamrock. Dow, Sagua 14days; schB Hattie. McC1intock,Guadalonpe 20 days; Mary E Staples, Godfrey, Sagua 15 days; Abbott, Devereux, Rich, Cardenas," L Warren. Rob erts, Newbern : Paragon, Sliu'e, Calais; Sami Nash, Allen, St George; Geo B Ferguson. Ferguson. Bel fast for Kondout; J C Crafts, Kennedy. Rockland; Sarah Wooster. Leland. and Onwnad. Leland, from Calais; H S Billings. Billings. Pawtucket; T C Ly man. Hill. Portland; Gen Howard. Johnnsop. Provl donee; Josh*, Look, do; Speedwell, from Rockland; Exeter, Pendleton, do; Angola, Bellaty. Newport; A G Pease. Lee. and E Flower, Nickerson. Portland; Eureka, Norwood, Providence; Calista, Hall, Vinal haven. Also ar 8th. barque Jeanie, Staples. Montevideo; N Jones. Hall, Machas; Samuel Nadi. Nash, Clark’s Island; Frank Jameson. Jameson, Rockland; Hattie M Mayo. Chadwick. Calais. Ar 9th, schs Mary F Pike. Good, Dorchester NB; Sammv Ford. Allen. Hillsboro; Garland. Libbv, from Sand River, NS; May Evelyn, Hickcn. Ruatan. Ar 10th, barque Abbie N Franklin, Holbrook, Car denas. Cld 9th. barque Ironsides. Tapley, Stockholm, brig GeoS Berry, Bradley. Darien; Ambrose I iglit. Hig gins, Trinidad; schs J S Moulton, Crowley, Ports mouth; Rosina. Cummings, Newburyport. ; Audio Powers. Sparks. Tarpaulin Bay. NEW HAVEN—Cld 7th, sch J L Tracey, Meeervy, Baltimore. PROVIDENCE—Ar 7th, sch Jas Tilden, Haskell, Ellsworth. Ar 9th, schs Wm H Mitchell. Cole, fm Sbulee. NS; Susan StetRon, Yates, Jacksonville. Sid 7th, schs Chas Heath, Warren, Philadelphia; Josie. Look. New York. Sid 8th sch Rival, Dunton. New York. RBISTOL—Ar 7th, sch Lizzie Raymond, Lord, Hoboken. FALL RIVER—Ar 7th, sch Abby Wasson, Gray, Philadelphia. NEWPORT—Ar 9th, sch Mary F Cushman, Walls. Ellsworth, for orders. Shi 7th, sch Maracaibo, Henley, (from New York) for Portland. VINEYARD-HAVEN—Ar 7th, brig Long Reach, Blair. Port Johnson for Bath; schs Kate Grant, Grant. Azua 22 days lor Boston; Gov Coney, Ridley, Hoboken for Augusta; J G Stover, Aroy. from do for Portsmouth; Virginia, Small, Philadelphia for Port land; Alamo. Thompson. Rondout for Macbias; Wm H Mitchell, Cole. Shulee, NS for Providence. Ar 9th. sell Addie Ryerson, Pike, Alexandria for Boston; Sarah B, Sanborn, Hoboken for do; Anna Frye. Smith. Elizabethport for Saco; T S McLellan, Farr, Alexandria for Portland; L B Sargent, Sargent ; Buck’s Harbor for Philadelphia. EDGARTOWN-Ar 7 th. schs L M St rout. Beach, Port Johnson for Boston; Eveline. Bagley, New York BOSTON— A r 9fh. schs L A Orcutt, Hart. George town SC; Laura & Marion. Clifford. North Haven; 1 Emily, Smith, Ellsworth; Ocean Wave. Veazie. and and Lebanon. Carpenter. Bangor; George R Lanfair, Davis, do; Nabant, Clark, from Camden; Telegraph, Priest, Thoniaston; Uncle Sam. Farnum, and Char lotte inn,Wood. Rockland; S C Trafton, Preble, and 0 K Dodge, Hinckley, Bath; A L Pitch, Filch, from Bristol, Cld 9th, sch Geo Brooks, Johnson, Vineyard^Haven to load for Boston. Ar 10th, schs Grampus, Joy. Snllivan; Delaware, Stevens, i II*worth; Belle. Duntou. Westport; War Eagle. Frishee. Bangor; Sarah, Hardy, and Mayflnw er. Marshall, do; James Garcelon, Fernald. Belfast; Pulaski. Delay, Thomas ton. CM 10th, barque Sarah E Frazer. Nichols. Sydney CB; brig Benj Carver. Williams. Searsport ; schs Kate Foster. Harraden. Jacksonville; Lizzie Coch ran, Ryder, Bangor; Harriet, Terrell, Bath. FOREYGN PORTS. Ar at Hong Kong, (iio date) ship Malay, Clough, San Francisco. At Manila April 19, barque F C Clark, Metcalf, ftn Hong Kong, ar 17ih. to load for New York. Ar at Calcutta 21th ult. barque Isaac Lincoln, Jor dan. Montevideo, to load tor Boston. In port 2d ult, barque Lizzie H, Spring, for NYork, ldg; Daniel Draper. Clark, uttc. At Bombay 5th ult, ships Gardiner Colby, Dunbar, lor Colombo; Pocahon»as. Duncan, for Liverpool. Sid fm Limerick 27tUult. ship Ladoga, Wiley, tor New York. At Eten, Peru, 8th ult, barque Malleville, Patten, for New York next day. Sid fm Callao 9ib, shin Suliote, Soule, Macabi, to load for Gibraltar lor orders. Cld at Macabi April 22, ship Eddystone, Park, for Europe. Sid fm Valparaiso 7th ult, barque R P Buck, Cur tis. Falmouth, E. In port loth ult. shins Premier, Mendthew. from Hamburg, ar Apl 30, to load at Guanape tor Europe; Helen Angler. Staples, from Llice for United King dom. In distress. Ar at Accapuloc 11th nit, sldp Cuba, Theobold, Im Baltimore. Ar at Cardenas 5th inst, barque Joshua Loring, Marshall, Newbury port. [Latest by European steamers,! Cld at Liverpool 27th ult, Priscilla, Merriwan, from j Rio Janeiro. Passed Beacby Head 28th ult, Halcyon, Hardy, tm ' Shields for New Oileans. Ar at Queenstow n 26th ult, Anshuac, Spaulding, San Francisco. Ar at Falmouth 28th ult, £harter Oak, Nichols, Ouanape. Ar at Calcutta May 28, National Eagle, Freeman, Cardiff. Arat Havre 26th nit, Mayflower, Call, New Or leans. Ar at Cronstadt 23d ult, St Peter, Curtis, from New York. " Ar at Marseilles 24th ult, Marathon, Donnell, from New York. t S!d Aotwerp 24th ult. Fanny J McLellan, Mc Lellan, Newport. SPOKEN. fur rV'l”6h"> St Joseph, from iorCallao."° lllt’ &C' 8l,il' A McCallum, from Cardiff May 18, lat 48 04. Ion 23 08, barque Jolm s Hirrl. from Liverpool tor Saguenay. b Harris, May 21, lat 48 37, Ion 29 40, ship Riverside trnm Mi.ldlesboro foi New York. versiue, trom .June 4, lat 36, lou 72, barque Dannie Lewis from Boston for St Marys. June 4. lat 28 58. Ion 79 35, ship Ellen Southard from Galveston for Liverpool. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Zenas Thompson, Jr., SUCCESSOR TO J. M. KIMBALL & CO., iHANVFACTCBEB OF FINE CARRIAGES. 21^20 Years Experience at the “Old Manufactory I am constantly manufacturing and have in stock All the Leading Styles of Light Carriages* All work made on the premises under my personal supervision Irom the Rest Selected and mont Reliable Mate rial*, unaurpasaed in Elegance, Mtyle and Durability. Cuts or Drawings furnished upon Appli cation. fc*01d Repository,” 302 & 304 Congress Street, PORTLAND. CARD, I take pleasure ‘in recommen ‘ing Mr. Thompson and his work to all my old friends and patrons who may want a reliable carriage at a fair mice. Mr. T. has been in my employ and associated with me in business near y 20 years. J. M. KIMBALL, jull eod2m CITY OF PORTLAND. NOTICE Is here' y given that the Committee on Sfreet«, Sidewalks and Bridges, will meet at the junction of Middle and Pearl streets, < n WED NESDAY. the 18th of June, 1873. at 3| o’clock P. M., and will then and there hear all oarties interested and fix the grade of Pearl Street .rom Middle to Commercial Street. Also, that on the same day at 3 o’clock, P M., the same Committee will meet at the 1 unction of Temple and Congress sts., and will then and there heai all P nies interested and fix the grade of Congress street from Temple to Preble street. Per Order of Committee, jultdtd GEO. P. WESCOTT, Chairman jVjOTICE is hereby given, that the subscriber has Lm been duly appointed and taken upon bimseli the trust of Administrator of the estate of JOHN TAYLOR GILMAN DAVEIS, late of Port land, in the county of Cumberland, deceased, and given bonds as the law direets. All i»ersous having demands upon llie estate 01 said deceased are required to exhibit the same; and all persous indebted to said estate are called upon to make payment to EDWARD H. DAVEIS, Administrator. Portland, May 29th, 1873. julldlaw3wW JOHN o. WINSHIP, . Attorney at Law, 100 EXCHANGE ST., Portland, IVfaine. jull dim FREE TO BOOK AGENTS. AN ELEGANTLY BOUND CANVASSING BOOK for the best and cheapest Family Bible ever published will be sent free of charge to any book agent. It con tains Over 600 fine Scripture illustrations, and agents are meeting with unprecedented success, Ad dress, stating experience, e»t\, and we will show you what our agents are doing, NATIONAL PUBLISH ING CO. Phila., Pa. jnnll 4wt For Sale or To Let. HOUSE No. 53 Spring St., near Park. Will be ready about June 15th. For particulars en quire of GEO. E. DAVIS, 84 Commercial St. jull tf For Sale Cheap. YATCH DREADNAUGHT; 23* feet long, 8* feet wide, 2* years old. now lying at Custom Hou'e Warf. Enquire ot F. P. WATERHOUSE, on board, junll 3t* Boy Wanted TO learn the Auction and ' onimission business. Salary $2.00 per week for the first six months. ABRAM & BROS., Auction Rooms 125 Federal st., uudtr U. S. Hotel, jull*tf_ Wanted. A FIRST Class Shirt froner, at Laundry, Brad / 1 burv’s Court. Apply to the Superintendent on the premis ^s. j ul l-d3t# Aft AGENTS’profits per week. Will prove 4 it or forteit $500. Now article juHt pat tented. Sampler sent free to all. Address W. H. CUIDESTER, 287 Broadway, New York, julltlw To be Let. FURNISHED Rooms. Inquire at No. 2 Tolraan Place. Jull *tf MANILLA, MACKINAW, CANTON ! and all the different grades and styles of Straw Hats for Men and Children’s wear. Also, the latest New York styles of Felt, Kersey and Silk Hats, and a fine assort ment of Hammocks, Bnggy Um brellas, Shawl and School Straps can be found at MAHER & CO.’s, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. Ju9 __isdtf BONDS FOR SAFE. Portlaud City - - - ■ 0’s Bangor “ 6’s St. Louis “ 6’s Elizabeth, N. J., - - 7’s Cleveland “ 7’s Toledo “ ... 8>s Cook County, 111.. - - - 7’s Marion County, Ind., - - 8’s Maine Central R. R. - - 7’s Portland & Rochester R. R. • 7’s Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe Gold 7’s Northern Pacific R. R. Gold - 7-80’s Chicago, Dan. & Yin. R. R. Goid - 7’s Atlantic & St. Lawrence R. R. Stock and Dcf. Rent Scrip BOUGHT BY Swan & Barrett, lOO MIDDLE STREET. feb24 ^ eodtf B 0 JTD S. New York City - - . - 7 “ ‘i “ . . . . Brooklyn City - - 6’s Jersey City - - 7’, Elizabeth City - Canada Southern R. R., Gold, • 7’s B. & Cedar Rapids R. R., Gold, • 7’s Northern Pacific R. R., Gold, - 7-30’ -FOR SALE BY R. A. BIRD, 97 Exchange St feb2C Dissolution. THE copartnership heretofore existing under the Jinn name of E. McKKXNEY A- CO., was dis Boived Mav 14th bv the death of the senior partner, M£.Eioaze' McKenncy. Tne wffidr- of the late firm will be settled by the surviving partner, Mr. W. L. Alden, at ihe old stand, No. 82 Thomas Block, Commercial Street. Copartnership. THE undersigned have formed a copartnership under the firm mine of W. L. ALDEN «& CO , and will continue the Flour and Comnii sion business of E. MeKennov & Co., in ihe same Store. No. 82 Thomas Block, Commercial St., to date from May 24. W L. ALDEN. P. W. McKENNEY. Portland. June 3,1873. _ I ju4 *eod2w AUCTION SALES. ] Desirable Real Estate at Wood- j torn’s Corner, Decking, at Auc tion. ON WEDNESDAY. Juno tlth, at 3 o’clock P. M., we sliall sell the Dyer property at VnwUorU's Cornor, Dec-ring, consisting or a new one and a half story House, L and Haru. The house contains 9 rooms partly finished, good cellar. Th. se buildings were buiit new Iasi sonsou. are conveniently arranged and finely located. The lot contains 10,009 sonare feet, situated on line of Horse Care, 15 minutes ride from Portland. I*. O. BAILEY At CO,, Aactioiirera. j«3_dtd Norton Bros. Saie of Plants AT AUCTION. ON WEDNESDAY, June 11th. at 10 o’clock, we shitll sell Hardy Perpetual and Tea Knees, Ver benas, Fuchsias, Geraniums, DentarUl, P. largoni unis, Luntunuas, Calceolarias, and i general assort ment nf Bedding PI .nts from the favmite Conserva tories ot Norton Bros., Dorchester, Mass. Parlies who attended the sides of Norton Bros, son year *U1 ‘omember them as the finest of the sea inF‘ °’ »AH.EV &- CO., Amieiwrra. _. ____dtd A. 8. BAILEY A co.. Aaetltseers. I™,!* „an* **°* a* Aaclion. No. 3)1 Cove street, ihe hous.. 1, a tW''»t„rv v.uodeB house, will arrauged for two families and id tt0o.i ® dcr. The lm is 50x50. There is a policy of Imuran l in the Pbcenix Fiie Insurance Cw. of Brooklyn v® Y., that expires Autj. 13, 1875, for the sum of a’eoo which will be transfer ret 1 to the purchaser free. — ALSO — Immediately after the above the LOT OF LAND 50 x50 adjoining the above on the westerly side, being the lot corner of Cove stieet ami a lane leading to Hammond street. The Marginal Way, now sure of being completed, must increase the value ot this property. Terms liberal and made known at sale. ju6__ dtd Large Sale ol New Furniture and Carpets al Auction. ON THURSDAY, June 12’h, at 11 o’clock, at salesroom, we shall sell one new Parlor suit in | B. W. aud French Plash, one do in B. W. and Green ; Kept, one do in B. W. and Hair Cloth, one Mahoga ny Chamber Sett, one Oak do Marble Top, 3 painted do, 2 new B. W. Book Cases, one new B. W. Ward ! R be, 3 uew Pine do. 5 Refrigerators, 10 new Carpet#, one Sofa and Turkish Easy Chair in Green Kept and I B, W., one Magee Advance Cook Stovo No. 8, on# Model Cook Stove, &c. j At '0 o’clock a lot of new and second hand Crock ! ne" Tln Ware, Sheets and Pillow Slips, Cutlery, j Silver Plated Ware, | BAIIaEY & CO., Auctioueern. ■I"7_ dtd Furniture, Carpets, Ac., at Auo tion. ON SATURDAY, June 14tli, at 10 o’clock, we shall sell at House G7 Danforth street. Tapestry, 3 and 2-piy Carpets, Stair Carpets, Black Walnut Parlor suit, Malioganv Sitting Room Furniture, Chamber Se:ts, and other Chamber Furniture, Ex tension Table, &c. F. O BAILEY A CO. Awctioneeri.. julldtrt Real Estate at Auction. THE valuable property on the coiner of Congress and Park streets, kuown as the Jones estate, will be offered for sale by auction, on the premises, on TUESDAY, June 17lh, at halt-past 2 o’clock P. M. The lot is 203 feet on Congress street and 120 ieet on Park street, and contains about 36,000 square feet. The house Is well built with about forty r *oms. 3 he garden is in fine order and well stocked with fruit trees, «&c., together with a Green House and Cold Graoery, both thoroughly built and in excellent ordor. The Si able and lee House are also In good order. Terms of sale liberal. Persons wishing to sec the premises before the day of sale wid call on Vv M. H. JERRIS, Real Estate Agent, Cahoon Block. F. O. BAILEY A CO., Aactisaeeri. Ju6 dtd Furniture, Beds, Cnrpets, Ac., at Auction. ON Wednesday, June 18th, at 10 o’clock «. m., we shall sell at house, corner of Park and Congress streets, Brussels, ingrain and oil carpets, sofa, card and center lables, chairs, lounges, mirrors, curtains, chamber furniture, feather beds, hairsnd other mat tresses, spring beds, ward robes, steeris baker, re frigerator, crockery, etc., together with the kitchen furniture. F. O. BAILEY A CO., Auctioneer-. __ JelO Desirable Farm and Residence with Stock and Farming Tools at Auction. ON WEDNESDAY, June 18th, at 2 o’clock P.M., we shall sell the very desirable Farm and resi dence of Samuel Bell, Esq., In West Falmouth, Me. This property consists ol 46 acres of excellent land In the highest state . f cultivation, divided bv go d fences into pasture and tillage, animated to'cut 3S tons of bay this season. About 40 cords of dressing used last season and the same amount now on the place ready for use. Abour 33 Apple and from IS to 20 Pear trees. The buildings consist of a large, double 2| story m dern built House; each p.*rt con tains 8 finished rooms, ample chisels, large pantrv and atliea, cellar uuder the whole house. Bam 40x50 feet, claphoarded and painted all roaud, 2 i arriage Houses, Wood Shed, Ice house, Piggerv, Heuneiy. Ac. These buildings were built by tbe'dav, of the best material and are in perfect order. This pioper ty is situated six miles f om Portland, 10 minutes walk from M. C. Depot, with 12 passenger trains to andfiom Portland daily. Wlihin a mile is a good School, 2 Churches, Store, Grist aud Saw Mill; iu an excellent neighborhood and flue location, with a view of tho surrounding countrv. Terms eaev aud made known at sale. I itle perfect. Sale abs'line. Immediately alter tne above will he .old ihe Stock and Farming Tools, consistIng of 5 «u|ieilor Cows; the herd have taken tiie first premiums wherever shown; I Knox mare Colt, 5 in Julv. weigh- 930 lbs , as good as the best Kimx .tock; 'bay tuare, weighs 1125 lbs., goal dtiver ard worker; 25 Hens, good Carryall, Phaeton, nearly new, 2-wheeled Chaise, side-spring Wagon, Express Wagon, Gig, Fatm Wagon ami Hay Rack. Wheelbarrow, new Buckeye Mower with all improvements, pat. Hors. Rake, Plows, Harrows, CultivaUrs, and ad necessary farm implements. Noon train ehher way on tfio M. C. R. 11. arrives in season for the sale. F. O, BAILEY A CO., Auctlnuer*. i tdi__eodui Very Valuable Farm at Auction. ON THURSDAY, Jun« 19th. at 4 o’clock, we shall sell the well known and valuable property known as the Cushman Farm in New Gloucester* Me., 18 miles from Portland, consisting ot 120 acres of ex cellent land with buildings unsurpassed by anv farm buildinss in Maine. Orchard contains 600 apple * hh abundance of « thcr Fiuit Trees. This Is an oppor tunity rarely met with. Sale |w>sitive. Printed de sci iption and particulars furnished by F. O. Bailey A CO., Auctioneers. Double Journey t’ckets issued by G. T. R. R. to at tend th 8 sale to Pownal and return at one third more than single first class lare. Julldtd ABRAMS A BRO.. Auctioneer* anal r*mial**ian Merchant*, give their special attention to selling Real Estate, Furniture and Metchanulseol all kinds, Horses Car riage-, Ac. Adv .nces made on consignments. Reg ular Sales of new and second.hand Furniture at the Auction Rooms every Saturdav morning. Commu nications by mail promptly attended lo AB t A JIN A- BROTHER, 125 Ke leral St., under the U. S. Hotel. N. B. Money advanced on Watches. Jewelry, Furniture, Clothing, and all goods of value. apr23__dtf H. M. PAYSOJV & CO., Bankers and Brokers, — OFFER FOR SALE — Portland City .... 6’s Kaugor 6’s Bath - «s Cook County - - - - 7’* Chicago > . ... 7’g Toledo, Ohio - - - * 8’s Scioto County, Ohio - • 8’s Leeds & Farming-ton R. R., guaranteed «’s Portland & Rochester It. It. • - 7’s Maine Central R. R. - • - 7's Northern Pa ifle R. R. Gold - 7-30’s Government ISondt, Bank Stocks and Gold Bought and Sold. 33 EXCHANGE STREET a 1*3 PORTLAND. dtf B O N_D S. State of Maine .... fl’8 Portland & Bangor City - • «'8 Bath & Rockland City • - . 6’s Chicago City - ... 7>8 Wayne & Clay County, Illinois, . 7’s Toledo, Ohio, - - . 7.30's Northern Pacific R. R., Gold, . 7.30’s Bnrlington Cedar Rapids & Minn. - 7’s Maine Central, Consolidated. - - 7’s Canada, St. John & Halifax Bank notes Bought and Sold. WM. E. WOOD, Ag’t Sem 8-dlfl. «T Gxrhaaif SI. Leavitt, Burnham & Co., WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS ns ICE. No. 14 Cross Street, Portland. Orders left at Ice Office, 14 Orn«s St., or willi J. C Proctor, 93 Exchange St., will be promptly attended figure Ice supplied for all purposes in any quantities and at the apll LOWEST RATES. istt TAXES. NOTICE is hereby given to parties owning real es state on which the taxes for the year 1872 re main unpaid that tin* time required bv the statu e previous to the adverti>ement for sale having ex pired, such estates will be advertised f r sale, if such taxes are not paid previous to June 21st. H. W. HERSEY, Treasurer and Collector. June 7, 1873. JuSeodt21 MY STOCK OF Custom Made Hand Sowed Boots and Shoos is superior to any other Stock in New England In point of quality, style, finish and fit. So don’t wrong yourself bv sending your measure to New York or Boston, when you can obtain the very best boots made, and always a sure fit, of ill. G. PALMER. my 9 eod6w For Saif. rpHE SEBAGO BYE HOUSE, No. 17 Plum St., is l in good condition with nil apparatus neces«irv for ihe business. Apply to the propileior at No. 33 Newbury street or to J RE I D, No. 80 Middle street. wiyl7___ eodt JOB PRINTING ueatly executed at this office. entertainments. MU sSIcTjuaULT “HE 8 GOT TO rOME”...AGAt* t Remaining t«r Nine NIkIiIm. COMMENCING * MONDAY, JUNE Sth. HARRY RLOODiiOOD'S Minstrel & Burlesque Combination including the old favorites and seven new fiioe* all great star*, completing the master variety entertain ment on the road Look at the great liamcn of MIUiNOR* ZEGZllNOa d AlOULTON the premier Gymnasts of the World, who will give an out door performance on a single rope extended from the Old City Hall to Music Hall, at 7| (.'clock. Air. US. F. Aloorc nu«! Qt . - Wiss Killy H« mli r-ou, Singly they are grea*—together they will never have an equal. Air. Andy J. 1.ravin, the original corner-stone of Ethiopian Come ly, ilnnjo and Son . Daley Brother., in tlici’ beiullful wooden shoe sjm 'dallies, invite competition. AIIns Eiislc Riddell, the channing little queen of serio-comic vocalists. Bloodgood Himwelf. and a dashing company ol twenty others. J^Jr^PRlCES AS USUAL. Reserved place, tick ets now readv at box office in4«ltf ARMY & NAVY HALL f Prof. I. 0. Stearns, the celebrated PSYCHOLOGIST ! Every Eveuing this week, Come and enjoy a hearty Laugh ! Doors open at 7; commence kt 8. Tickets only 23 Forest City TROTTING PARK! PORTLAND, ME. 1873 June Meeting 1873 June 10th, 11 tli. 12th, 13th & 14th. $2^00 IIS PREMIUMS. ' ' WKDlEKDAV.Jm,, llth. Purse $250.! ^ Free to a j inroad wagons, 300 lbs: $1150 to first; $75 to second, $25 to third* * Lon Morris, Mystic Park, Boston, names b m Ella Elwood. G. H. Hick®, Charlestown, Mass., name® ch g Ludlow Boy. l>an Bigley, Beacon Park, Boston, names cbm Fanny. Wright & Norcro®*, Mystic Park, Boston, name ch g Aoi’Urn Boy. S. H. Jacobs, Skowhegan, Me., name® ch g Troub lesome. Hiram Woodruff, Beacon Park, Boston, name® blk g Regulator. 1*11 6 1 flfl \ For horse8 that have nev 1 Ulot qJlvVt f er trotted better than 2:35, to be trotted under ®addle; $60 to first, $30 to second. $10 to third. ! H. Hicks, Charlestown, Mass., names b g Toby Candor. Wright & Norcros®, Mystic Park, Boston, name blk ® Lo halr. Charles Hatch. Bangor. Me., names blk ro Ink. ^H* Willis, Medfo d. Mass., names ch g Mystic THIR9DAV, JBn« 19th. T*I11*S2D i For horHes ihat have nev M. Ill ov | er trotted better than 2:50; $150 to fltst, $60 to second, $40 to third 8. H. Jacobs, Skowhegan, Me., names g m Lady Walton. Wright & Norcros®, Mystic Park, Boston, names blk s Lot hair. Dan Bigley, Beacon Park, Boston, names b m Grace. G. H. Hick®, Charlestown, Mas®., names b ro Flo ra. J. F. Beck, Solon, Me., name® g g Ed Gray. Geo. M. Delaney, Augusta, Me., names blk tn La dy Hassan. Pruden Letonrneau, West Waterville, names b m Lady Mansfield. Hiram Woodruff. Beacon Park, Boston, names b g Tim Watson. * George H. Bailey, Forest City Park, names blk m Fearnaught Belle. A. W. Worcester, Beacon Park, Boston, names w g Baby Boy. PllFfiD WQAA \ For horses that have nev X III qJOW, ( er trotted better than 2:37; $175 to first, $75 to sec- nd $50 to third. J. N. Woodward, South Framingham', Mass..names b s John Lainheit. 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 Boy. F. Brickett, Lisbon Falls, Me., names g g Meddle some. Geo. M. Delaney, Augusta, Me., names br g Billy Bum pus. FRIDA v7 Jane I3lh. ¥*lll*QO I For horses that have nev i UI f«*r trotted better than 2:38, two mihs ami repeat in harness; $175 to first, $75 to second, $'»0 to third. H. A. Hall. Boston, Mas®., names ® m Caouchonc. A. D. Webber, Beacon Park, Boston, names bg Honest Brock. Dan Bigley. Beacon Park, Boston, names b m La dy Wetttwortn. S H. Jacobs, Skowhegan. Me., names b m Belle Ja cobs. F. Brickett, Lisbon Falls, Me., names g g Meddle some. L. J. Brackett, Windham, M., names bro Maine Girl. Pruden Letonrneau, West Waterville, names blk m Gentle Annie. James Dustin, Beacon Park, Boston, names b s King William. T*ll FfiA 4kJ.nO l For horses that have nev X Ul oc tpxvV* J er trotted better than 2:32; $250 to first $100 to second; $50 to third. J- O- Brown, Bristol, N. H., names g g Bristol ^Jill. James Dustin, Beacon Park. Boston, names b g Frank Palmer. S. H. Jacobs, Skowhegan, Me., names ch m Troub lesome. Dan Bigley, Beacon Park, Boston, names ch m Fanny. A. l>. Webber, Beacon Park, Boston, names Buck skin g Royal M Ike. A. W. Worcester, Beacon Park, Boston, names b g Sam Curtis Charles Hatch, Bangor, Me., names blk m Ink. MATVRDAY, Jane 14th. SPECIAL PREIfllCIUS. Three Hnndred a^d Fifty Dollars, Maine Gen* Hospital Prizes. First Premium, Martin & Pennell, wagon, valued $250, for horses tLat have never beat en 2:45. Second Premium, Gold Mounted Harness, value $1(0, for horse® that ha e never beaten 2:35. Entrance fee 10 |>er cent.,to clone Friday noon. June 13th at 12 o’clock m at Hospital Fair Headquarters, under Falmouth Hotel, or with the proprietor® of the track. The above races will all be mile beats best 3 in 5 in harness, excepting Nos. 3 and 4, and will be trotted under the rules f the National Aimociation. Trotting will commence each day at 2$ p. m. Covered wagon® will run from the city to the track and a good res taurant will be found upon the grounds. HT* Pools sold and settled at No. 14 Preble street, rear of Preble House, every forenoon and evening du ring the meeting. Tickets 50ct*.; season tickets admitting gentleman and lady to all races over ihc Park ibis season «nd for driving ou the track $lo. Badge* good for four days trotting, $2.00, can be had at the cato BAILEY & WILLIS, Proprietor®. Juneftltd_ BILLIARD YIATCXL A Billiard Match for a PURSE OF $200 between «enn. Henry fihirl and Henrr Mmilb of Ah city * 7 will come of! in LANCASTER HALL THURSDAY EVENING, June 12. Tickets 50 cents. Play begins at 8 o’elock. _J?.9_~ _ It «KAAD EXCURSION — TO — Old Orchard Beach ! TUESDIY, JI IKE II, 1873. THE “AR.RY AND NAVY (7NION» an nounce lo * lie ir ft lends anil the public that they are now able to fultilt the promise uile oi giving them the first Excursion over Hie Boston & Maim* R. R. to “Old Orchanl Beach" and “Fern Park '• This delightful trip is only one half honr*# ride and every one who goes wl 1 feel amply rewarded. A platform for dancing will be erected in the Grove, and a select orchestra from the Portland Band will furnish the music. Tickets lor the rouud trip, in cluding aancinz, only 50 cents, (hr sale by the com at Band & Thornes and at the Depot. Trains will leave Boston & Maine Depot (late Walker julOdtd HOSPITAL FAIRa REFRESHMENT DEPARTMENT, FLUENT HAUL. THE Executive Committee take pleasure in an nouncing that thiy have, through the couitesy of Mr. fluent, obtain jd the use of the spacious and beautifi 1 hall, known as FLUENT HALL, and that It has been hardswnely and conveniently fitted np, and will be used as a FIRMT-CI.AMM RENT tl'RANT, During the Fair. The religious s Holies of the city w,ll tarnish refreshments ami flowers. Scores of young ladles, to pretty and appropriate nniforros. will serve on iheirrespective parish days. The flor al dea irations. which are under tlie supervision of a lady uf exquisite ta*te. will b- unique and beautiful,* wide several pieces of music have been engaged to lend their charm to the scehe. A" persons visiting the Fair are invited to visit f Incut Hall, k ntrance by tho bridge which has been constructed across from City Hall. No extra charge for adn.it tarn e. Domw om n from U a. m., till 10 p. m. —awlevies are requested toaendbirv freshments as early as 9 a. m. JelO COUNTRY ROyKI) 1 bn-tnlera can lie accomodated at Ridge Cot ace. IJ mil. s from Bridgton I'entrc. Good air, magnlfl ont mountain and lake scenery, line drives, convenh-ut boating and flailing. Addiess, vV. G. KIMBALI., Bridgton, Me ">>»»__eodt WOOD! WOOD HARD and SOFT WOOD for sale at No u i cola street. Also Dry Edgings. 13 WM.HCS*.