Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, 12 Haziran 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated 12 Haziran 1873 Page 2
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THE PRESS. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 12,1878 EViiRY regular attache of the Pbebs is furnished with a card certificate countersigned by Stanley T. Pullen, Editor. All railway, steamboat an 1 hote managers will confer a favor upon us by demanding credentials of every person claiming to represent our journal* as we have information that several “bum mers** are seeking courtesies In the name o 1 the Press, and we have uo disposition to be, even pas tlvely, a party to such fraud We do no7read ano.TTTis lctiers and communi cations The name and address of the writer are in all esses indispens ib e, not necessarily for publication but as a guaranty of good fhilh. W: cannot undertake to return or reserve com municanous that are not used. The Hospital Fair. After the signal success of last night, the most faint hearted friend of the enterprise can not entertain *he least doubt but that it will meet the expectations of the projectors. Throughout,the attendance was all that could be expected, but last night there was a rush; and we most heartily congratulate those who have labored tirelessly the last three mouth* to get up a fair tor a great charity, so worthy ot the city of Portlanu and the State. While it would bs unfair to overlook the efforts of the gentlemen who have given their time to this work for several weeks, they are by na ture so gallant that they will treely accord that the signal success of the Fair is due very largely to the enthusiasm, energy, taste and industry of the ladies. a mere is one very nuuoame kmhuc. x l is that all those interested in this noble charity are wholly intent on the success of the hos pital. All seem to he animated with the purpose of first securing an asylum tor the unfortunate, trusting to a generous manage ment "or its care and details when once es tablished. No narrow questions ot' locality or peculiar management cause a jar. They desire to have a Maine General Hospital, ah institution where those suffering from the casualties naturally occurring o.i our rapidly developing railroads and in our fast multiply ing manufactories, may receive the most skillful tieatment and the teuderest care. Let us remember that the mites many times repeated make the great result and that in the case of this great charity, the aid of all is needed. Let tfet aid be freely given. The New York Post suggests to the tem perance people of New York that they or ganize throughout the State associations to enforce the new Civil Damage law against those persons who sell intoxicants to the thousands of tnen who are carried home drunk and whose families are, by the traffic, robbed of the comforts of life. There are thousands of helpless sufferers from the traffic who are unable to carry on suits against the powerful combii ation that the whiskey-selling interest will evoke for its own defense,and thousands who will not dare to commence prosecutions against the dealers for the recovery of damage caused by their traffic. An active association to enforce the law and biingas many actions as possible, would doubtless result in great good. The Worcester Spy takes exception to the statements published to the effect that Butler will be able to nominate himself as the Re publican candidate for Governor of Massachu setts ; The notion that everybody in Massachusetts must give his whole attention for five or six months to prevent a man whom the people don't want from electing himself governor, may be accepted in other parts of the country, but it will not prevail to any great extent heie at home. The fact is that Geneial Butler's prospects are less favorable than they were two years ago. Many of those who then were bis supporters are now undeceived as to his character, aud permanently disaffected by his salary swindle; he will not this year have the temperance organization in his favor, and he has the bnrden of his previous defeat. We will not assume to predict the future, but we can assure all whom it may concern that Massachusetts is not prostrate at the feet of General Butler, and that nobody is half so much afraid of him as the well-meaning cor respondents who h?ve written su:li alarming reports of our helplessness and tetror. Dying, Isaac C. Loper of Brooklyn left $20, 000 to his widow, Mary Loper, and her children, designating the latter neither by name nor number, and it now seems that there are two widows named Mary Loper, one of whom has two and the other six chil dren, and that both claim to be the widow of the deceased. In addition, another lady, who claims to be Loper's daughter by a previous marriage, is about to put in her claims to the property. The man seems to have been en titled to the name Isaac E. Loper. The leading Republican journals in Ohio, warmly oppose the appointment of Judge Bingham of that state as Minister to Japan, not on the ground of unfitness, because his ability is too well known to be questioned; but because he was implicated in the Credit Mobilier and the Butler-Banks back pay jobs. It is aa indication of the feeling of the party toward any evidence of corruption, and of its purpose to denounce and punish, those who have betrayed its confidence. We cannot sufficiently admire the sterling lionesty of “Blindy” Winslow,** highway- I naan, who escaped from a New To k police man the other day, inadvertently taking with him a pair of handcuffs, the same being fast to his wrists. “Blindy” knew the irons didn’t belong to him; that they had been placed in his charge temporarily only; and so, like the straightforward, upright mau that he Is, he sent them to the police superintendent, with his compliments. The rumor of the illness of Mrs. Woodhull Is a puzzle. At first she was declared to be dangerously ill of heart disease and was at tended by her venerable parent?. The uext despatch says the whole story was a hoax, started for the purpose of creating sympathy. The last despatch says that she is recovering. The pending trial of this woman and her sis ter will doubtless solve the riddle. If the Argus “Clodhopper” will allow us to insert before the noun articles the adjective manufactured, he will find our figures to be correct, as follows: The value ot manufactured articles export ed from the United States in 1872, is $57, 973,499 against $54,221,588 in 1871. Mechanic Falls. This thriving and ‘'go-ahead” village is situ ated on the Little Androscoggin river, ten miles from Lewiston and forty miles from Portland, by the G. T. R. R. It was first set tled in 1821, and at present contains fifteen hundred inhabitants. It has a good and per manent water privilege, supported by six large ponds in the immediate vicinity. In 1868 A. C. Denison &Co. built a stone and cement dam at the head of the falls, and the same Company occupy two dams below this; using the water to propel six paper mills,- machiue shop, grist mill aud tannery, and there remains much power to be improved. The Company employ one hundred aed fifty men and seventy-five girls, running their mills night and day, and producing seven tons of book and news paper per diem. In 1872 the citisens erected a built ing 32x100 feet, three •tories high, and leased Berry & Co. the use of It for Six sears for a gljoe faetory Bf.rry & fve emP'oyment to two hundred and fifty T"'1 mam,fa' ture twenty cases of MC?Ptr Wcek' Tl,e a,iead” Part torv MxflB^tw *** n°W build,nR a cheese fan tory 34x99, two stories . milk of five hundred cows ' K f°„U8e ^ buddings for a corn faetor’0.80 a B,et of red acres of sweet corn. y‘to can bve hund The business of tbevillaEe . ,, , . the last five years. A smart ana „ .nb,ed ln called the Androscoggin Herald i?n5yi..PlipeJ here by Frank A. Clarke & Co. _Pablished three school houses; the high school w,jare erected in 1871, is an honor to the placu i'.ns a two story brick house, finished and furnish with all the modern improvements, to be cun venient and comfortable for the pupils, at a cost of ter. thousand dollars. Four churches rear their spires toward the skies, which speaks well for the morality of the place. Temperance here receives its greatest influence,there being no tippling or cider shops, ?.?.ias a re8"it a drunken man is seldom seen 11 is surrounded by beautiful ’•IJeys, composing some of the best find s rusL ,°Un:1 tllJ State, aud farmers Well mav truvefi* for aI1 their produce, rapid growthaod imrti-eXCla"n aK tbei’.vif‘w the ergetic and entevpri3FnE‘ij'jJ3 ?n en‘ holds in store a rich ^'tVcd? llCre K. THE WAG^EH TRIAL* XBIIit* DAY. __ i lutrrr.lioH Te.tin.ony of Mr.. Uontyct, ^ {Beportcd for tUc Prers.l Alkhru, June 11, 187”. , Tbe ninth witness called by tbe government was Mary S. Hontvel, tbe only survivor of the three women in the house at the time of the murder. She is the wife of .Tobu C. Xloutvet, and sister of the murdered woman Auethe Christieusen. She testified as follows: There were present at my house, that night liefore I went to boil, moself, sister Karen and Auethe. rJ here were no other persons upon the Isla"d; went to bed about ten o’clock; I slept in the western part of the bouse in bed room; Auethe and I slept together; Karen slept on the lounge in the kitchen. When we retir ed that night, the door between tlie kitchen and tlie bed room was left open; tlie curtains to tlie kitchen I did nut haul down. The outside door was not fastened, lock was broke. There was a clock in tbe kitchen over the lounge: I was first awakened by Karen 8 saying “John . secured me, John sceared me.” Tbe clock fell down on tbe lounge and stopped at seven min utes past one. Karen then said “John killed U1e. John killed me,” when he struck her with a chair. As soon as I heard her lialoo “John I killed me," I jumped out of bed and tried to I open tbe bed room door, but could not, it was fastened. He kept wn striking her, then I tried to get tlie door open, but coulil not. Karen fell down on the floor under the table, then the door i opened. I looked out and saw a fellow stand-1 ing right alongside of the window'; saw it was ! a great tall mail. Ho grabbed a chair with ! both hands and I hurried up ts> take Karen aud : held one hand to lock the door; took her in mv arms and carried her in as quick as I could. \ Wlieii I was there he struck me twice and I1 held on tlie door; told Karen to bold on to tlie door when X o|ieued the bed room window, she said “no, 1 can’t do it X am so tired;” she laid on the floor hanging her arms ou the bed; X told Anetlie to come up and open the window and to take some clothes ami rail and hide. Auethe was in my bed room when she said this. Auethe opened the wiudow and jumped out. leaving tlie windew open. I told her to run, she said “I can’t run; you lialoo, perhaps somebody may hear you from the other island:” I she said I cannot lialoo. io go uacu; wneu i was standing at the bed room door, he tried three times to get in. When he found lie could not get in lie went outside, and Anethe saw him at the corner of the house and halooed “Louis, Louis, Louis,” a good many times. I jumped to tlie window and looked out, aud when lie got a little further, I saw him out at the window and he stopped a moment out there. Q—Who was that man? A—Louis Waguer. He turned around again, and when Anethe saw him coming from the corner of the house back, with a big axe. siie lialooed out: “Louis, Louis,” till he struck lier with a great big axe. He struck her on the lipad once and she fell down; after she fell down lie struck lier twice. Hack lie went to corner agaiu and I jumped out the bed room window and told Karen to come, She said, “I am so tired I can’t.” I ran to her house aud thought of hiding away in the cellar, but I saw my little dog coming and was afraid to hide because he would bark. 1 ran down to landino place to see if he had his dory there; did no't find any. I went out, and when a little way from the house I saw a light in the house. He bad the curtain down too. I did not haul that down. I wcut down on the Mail I and ran a little wavs, aud I heard ray s ster lialoo again, so plain I thonght she was outside of tlie house. T ran and hid myself awa; in the rocks. I staid there till about half an hourafter sunrise. Two days before I bad an axe on island to cut ice in tlie well, aud I left it right by my door. I had known Waguer for a year anil a half. He boarded seven months with me last sum mer, occupied tlie liig room at the easterly end of the house; had his bed there and one big trunk belonging to Karen. Karen used to visit me sometimes. Usually no oue slept on lounge. Karen had a half dollar silver piece, which she kept in lier purse. I saw the purse that after noon; she had lots of copper money in that purse She was going to Portsmouth and I gave her ten cents to buy me braid, and .'uetlie gave her three-quarter dollars. Besides the money I saw her put a white button in her purse that afternoon. She took it from my work basket. I liavc a night-dress with simi lar buttons oil it. (Witness exhibits the night dress.) Kaxren had some small pieces of silv er, about the sise of a five cent piece. I have a traveli ng bag here that was Karen’s; on the night before this happened it was on the table right alongside by the lounge. I have not seen the traveling bag siuce.; have not been on tlie island of Smutty Nose since that night. Cross examined—When I saw this man he was standing right by the window next outside the door. He had on short clothes I saw him in that room hut once. I did not see liiui when he struck; I had my back towards him. I saw lie grabbed a chair. He had a hat ou his head dark, wide rim, short clothes; no other descrip tion. I did not see his face. He stopped a mo ment outside of the window, then went away. I spoke nothing to him. John C. Hontvet testified.—Have known Louis W agner about 18 months; first met him in Boston; he boarded with me from April 11th till sometime in November. I employed him from the first of September till sometime in November. My business is fishing; I had a lit tie schooner. We left home about daylight March 5th: went to Portsmouth about 4 o’clock that night; saw Louis Wagner oil the wharf He asked me twice or three times if I was go ing to the Shoals that night. I told him I was not. I asked him if he would help me bait trawls after the bait came at 11 o’clock; he said he would. About 7 o’clock that night 1 left my boat and went to Matthew Johnson’s to see if I could see Louis Wagner; did not find him remained at the house 20 to 30 minutes. I went round on the wharf, could not see Wagner anv where; then went to the boat and remained till half past 12; about quarter of one we went to Johnson’s, remained there till half past six in the morning, in the front shop, lower story of the house. George Lowd helped us till about 2 o’clock. Back of the shop is a sitting room; in that were three or four chairs, a lounge and counter. I was in that room every hour or every other hour during the night. ‘Lowd lay on that lounge from 2 o’clock till after 5. Before this happened I had talk with Wagner about money. He was telling about his bad luck; he had no money, no clothes; he said he had to have money if lie had to murder for it. In the fall Waguer knew the amount of «■ ou ey we received for tlie fish. Through the win ter lie used to come down to see us about every time we came into Portsmouth, and ask us what price we got for our fish. From the time we started till this affair happened we had re ceived stinnn I went to Smutty Nose Island about lOo’cloek March Oth. 1 found Anethe Cliristeuseu on the floor face down; I found a chair broken all to pieces, and tbo clock knocked down from the shelt and a mark on it where it was struck with something. It lay on the lounge, face down, ™RU‘CS pastln. Before this imic l had $145 in a trunk, $133 of it mv wo man put in a trunk among tlie sheets, two Sj bills in a pocket-book. f found the pocket book March 6th under the table, open, n onev goue; left the pocket-lwok in a trunk iu a bed room where my wife slept; 1 had another pock et-book in the bottom of the trunk with a few pieces of foreign coin there; no other money. I found the pocket-book in the trunk open, strap open, none of the money taken; f found i Karen’s traveling bag in the room broken open, 1 nothiug in it. This §135 was left iu the bottom j of the trunk in my bedroom; I found it among | the sheets; saw two spots of blood on the sheet ! That night it was low water at 6 o'clock. j have been from Srnut'y N'oso to Ports- , mouth in a dory, alone, going from our moor- i ings at the Isle of Shoals, to Whale’s hack light at the mouth of the river. I was oue hour and forty minutes. Prom there to Portsmouth, I had a very strong tide against me. It took me one hour and fifteen minutes to go up. With a fair tide I think I should have done it in half an hour. Have sailed out from Poatsmouth in t whale boat in three hours; once with tide against tne, it took me three and a half hours. I have done this a number of times without not ing the time. I The night of March Sth, was a moderate calm night, clear moonlight. Hontvet was cross-questioned at length by Judge Tapley. but nothing new elicited. CHARLES H. JOHNSON. Charles H. Johnson of Portsmouth, testified to knowing Wagner two years Had said to Johnson two or three times, that he must have money if he had to commit murder to get it. Never saw Wagner drink much; probably ten glasses of ale iu a year. The talk was made about r week before the murder. CHARLES E. CAMPBELL. is watchman in the navy yard. Saw a man walking hurriedly towards Portsmouth, on the morning of March 6th, at twenty minutes to 7. In the afternoon saw tracks made by largo rubber boot tap, going back to heel. Adjourned. News and Other Items. Col. J. T. Heury of Titusville is about to pub- I lish a history of petroleum. Queen \ ictoria lately discharged a number of laborers ou her estate at Osborne for asking sixpence additional pay and an hour less of work. Five girls, ueither of them over twenty years of age, have entered 320 acres of land in Kan sas, and intend to make a dairy farm of it. All hut two of the girls were graduates of eastern j schools, and two of them are proficient in agri- | cultural cIk uiistry. New Hampshire people would be pleased to see Judge Charles Doe, of tbo supreme judicial court, succeed the late Chief-Justice Chase, Judge Doe is about fifty-three years old, and lias been on the bench fourteen years, and some of his recent decisions have attracted wide attention. STATE NEWS. ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY. , „Th? T>;wiston fire department is to have a new hook and ladder truck. Cofft $1G00. da^rou"lym!8 DeaCOU AlleD °f At,bunl *S a fevr Farkard of Auburn,ran away Turner 1 ‘and Rot kille'1. 7 amou nt of riaw’i'i st°r™ last Friday. A large foot deep. ' Wa8 broken. The hail fell a CUMBERLAlfD COUNTY. George C. Wm. Johnson of North vt^far8 PW» son of last May seven large hen bawl?!'11'’ traPPed from three to four feet ou the spread “^ti* KI-.NNEBEC COrNTY Miss A. H. l’attei’ of Augusta, won the gold watch offered by Dr. Hill of that city, to the lady who obtained the largest subscription to the Hospital Fair. Workmen are laying a new flooring to the Kennebec bridge. PENOBSCOT COUNTY. Exportation of slate from Bangor has largely increased during (lie past year. A #11000 horse belonging to C. F. .Iordan of OMtown, died last Sunday from the etfect of a kick from another horse." Competetive examination for the West Point cadetship for the fourth Congressional district will occur at Bangor Juue loth. YORK COUNTY. Spring s bridge at Saco is being rebuilt. Poisouiug the kiili. Tlieie never was ? specialty in medicine that waB not pirated, llostetter’s Stomach Bitters is no ex ception to the general rule. Frau 1 fallows in the track of the Great Vegetable Restorative as it makes the circle of the world, and offers its pernicious imi tations to the sick at every turn, anxious to slreoch the public with their trash. The imitators and coun terfeiters offer it by the gallon, the barrel, the hogs head, as well as by the bottle. Beware of this deluge of abominations. Boar in mind that the true article is sold iu bottles only, and the imp-ess of genuiue liess is robe found upon the glass itself as well tin up on the finely engraved government stamp and the ele gant label. The great vegetable ionic prcvenls and cures all bilious disorders and comp aims of ihe di gestive organs and the nervous sv.-tem, maladies up on which the vile imitations produce no more effect than the Pope's Bull upon the comet. SPECIAL NOTICES. EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS. The annual examination of candidates for positions as teachers in the public Schools of Portland, will be held iu the Gh Is* Room, High School Building, on WEDNESDAY, July 2, 1673, at 2 o’clock, P. M. W. H. SHAILER, GEO. W. TRUE, STANLEY T. PULLEN. CHARLES F. LIBBY, CHARLES J. CHAPMAN, Examiulng Board. Portland, June 10, 1873. jul2sndtd LADIES SUITST A Large Awaortraenf —AT— EASTMAN, DUOS. White Lawn Suits, at ©3.75 to ©30.00. Grass Cloth Suits, at #4.50 to ©10.00. Mautle, Batiste, and Tasso Linen Suits, at ©G.OO to ©35.00 Einen and Lawn Polonaises and Dusters. MISSES “YACHT’’ Sl’ITS, "With Hats to IVIatok.. EASTMAN, BROS., 332 Congress St. jn!2 dtf SPORTSMAN’S FRIEND ! C U L E X~ F U G E . A sure preventative from Mosquitoes, black Flies, &c. WHOLESALE Sc RETAIL, At the Fishing Tackle Store of CinS. DAY, JR, & CO,, 0-4 EXCHANGE STREET. junl2 dsn4w Caucus, The Republicans of Windham are requested to meet at thetc wn house in saia towu on SA J UltDAY the 14tli day ot June inst, at 5 o’clock in the after noon to elect delegates to attend the State Conven tion to be held at Ban :or on the 19th inst. Per Order pf the Town Committee. Windham, June 7, 1873. junl2sDd&w Cooking Ranges. First clans Cooking Ranges amd Stoves CHEAP IVOR CASH, call and see before purchasing. Also Ice chests coolers and Relrigerators. FREDERICK BUCKNAM. , Yo. 199 Vote Ml. Portland Hr. (Between Exchange and Plum St.) iny3lgu3w FOR FAMILY USE. THE 11 V la F-f) R l> LEICESTERSHIRE T-A-B L-E S-A-U-OE Tlio best Ssiuee anil UrlisSi Made in any Part of the World —FOB— FVA.-M-I-L-Y TJ-S-E. Piuu - - - - - ,>0 Ceuta IlalfPinta .... 30 Ceuta. FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS. STATE OF MAINE. F.xecutive Department, ) Augusta, June 5,1873.) An adjourned session of the Executive Couucil will be held at the Council Chamber, iu Augusta, on Tuesday, the I7tli day of June inst., at 10 o’clock a. m. Attest: GEO. G. STACY, Scc’y of State, jnnllsn2t “Buy Vie and I’ll do you Good.” —DR LANGLEY’S ROOT AND HERB B1TTETS. x« drugs, no poisons, nothing deleterious, nothing hut healthy roote and herbs, such as Sarsapaiills, Wild Cherry, Yellow Dock, Prickly Ash. Thorough wort, Mandrake, Rhubarb, Dandelion,&c., so compounded to rean.n the fountains of disease, and absolutely cure all Humors. Liver and Billioua Diseases, Jaun di?c, Dyspepsia, Costiveuess, Scrofula, and all diffi culties arising from a '"iseasod stomach or impure blood. Twenty years of unrivalled success has prov ed them to be the best medicine in tbo world. GEO. C. GOODWIN «£ CO., Bos-on, aDd all druggists. luart>__ snood 16 w BATCHELOR’S HAIR DYE. This splendid Hair Dye is the best in the world The only True and Perfect Dye. Harmless Reliable and Instantaneous; nodisnppointmem; no ridiculous till'..! or unpleasant odor. Remedies the 111 fleets of bad dyes washes. Produces Immediately a superb Black on Natural Brown, and leaves the hair clean, soft and beautiful. The Genuine, signed W. A. •Itclielor. Sold by all Druggists. CHAS. BATCHELOR, Prop., A. F. l'lt»_Ivrs N BANK OF PORTLAND. On, and after this date, the uu lci gned will carry on a STRICTLY Banking business, at the Banking Rooms now occupied by the Secon National Bank, in Portland, Maine, under the style of the “BANK OF PORTLAND” anil as such, will receive Deposits anil make Discounts, iu the regular course of the Banking Business. „ , \Y. N. GOOLD. Portland, June2ith, 1872. jnn23newlt then su tf CIGARS! CIGARS! CIGARS * Tobacco, Tobacco, Tobacco. PIPES, PIPES, PIPES. Cheroots, eleven dollars per 1009. Tobaeeo from ‘95 cents per ponnd to 93.50, and Pipes Trout one cent each to 9100 each. All the above can be had at STEBBI3 S CIGAR STORE, 300 Congress Street, Portland. WHOLESALE. Cigars very good for 617 per 1000. Actv Times, Old Tineo, “Ilavnun tiema,” No Brands And many o'her Brands of our make. Iam in a position to sell at lower rales than any other Manu nicturer or Jobber in the State. H. NATHAN, (Lute C. II R1KBBINS.) 360 Congress Street, Portland. i'13____sn3m BONDS 1 BONDS of western cities and conntles, 10 percent. Interest and principal payable in the east. Private ornprrtu as well as public rea lied. Debts very small m proportion to property and therefore easilv paid. Laretul investors are Invited to call and examine Ihe bonus. L iws ami DeoNi.uis of the courts upon such securities and will find them very safe. Tnere is tiotiimg bettor. - , CHARLES M. HAWKES, feb7snt 28 Exchange st., Portland. I SPECIAL NOTICES. HOME SECURITIES^ State of linin'* BodiIn, City of Portland, Municipal g’,, “ •* Railroad gi, Portland &’ OgdenMburg, Portland Division, Go d q*, Portland &' OgdenMburg, Vermont Division, Gold, g»s Maine Central Consols, 7’* Portland & Kennebec Consol*, 6,s Androscoggin & Kennebec. 6’m Leeds & Farmington. 6’* Portland & Kennebec Railroad Block. (guaranteed), O’s —FOB SALE BY— J- B. BROWN & SONS, BANKERS, 40 EXCHANGE ST REE. juo9 M&Thsntf We have just completed a New EXHIBITION HA LEERY, where at all times a choice collection of Works of Art can always be seen FREE. Willi 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. Sl'Hl'NACHER BROS., 5 Herring Block, Cougrcss Stieet. jull sn3t I SMOKERS’ ATTENTION is called to tne new method of selling cigars, adopted by A.Gr. SCHLOTTERBECK, APOTHECARY, 303 Congress Street, one door above Brown, Portland, Me. You can purchase a single cigar at the above place, at the rate usually charged per box elsewhere, and have the advantage of selecting from the largest as sortment kept in the city. julO-lw-sn Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa. An Institution having a high reputation for honor able conduct and professional skill. Acting Surgeon, J. S. HOUGHTON, M. D, Essays for Young Men sent free of charge. Address, HOWARD ASSOCIA TION, No. 2 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. mv7__»n3m ON THE BREAKFAST, LUNCHEON, DINNER AND SUPPER TABLE, tEA Sc PERRINg’ Worcestershire Nance IS INDESPENSABLE. JOHN DUNCAN’S HONH, New York, Agents for the United States. octi7_ eodsnly 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 shade; In commerce and mechanics too, Great changes a few years do 6l.ow; Things which our fathers 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 jullsnlw Boston. WOODS, SMITH A ESTEY’S LATEST STYLES OF REED ORGANS AT LOW PRICKS. For sole by C. K. HAWES, Music Dealer. myUgnlm__77 Middle street. Piano Taking. Orders attended to personally by ED. B. HO HINSON, Piano Booms, 5 Cnhoon Block. (Opposite City Hall.) mar28-d3m. to tne FuDiic. Tbe Society for the Prevention ot Cruelty to Ani mals resi>ectfully 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 lequested to give prompt information to him of any cruelty to animals that may come to their knowledge, and he will see to it that the offenders are brought to speedy and strict justice. Per order. ap29sntf Arerill Chemical Paint Co., Manufacturers ot PUREST WHITE ! AND Any Dfhirnl Shade or Color, Prepared for fmmediate Application. SOLD By Tli© GALLON @NLY DURABLE, BEAUTIFUL, ECONOMICAL. D. M. YEOMANS, General Eastern Agent, 83 Commercial St. Portland. B6l2-eodtf _ su To Let. THE commodious four storied Brick Store, No. 57 Commercial St.—immediate poecssiou given. Inquire of ELIAS THOMAS & CO , _ No. 99 Commercial St. Or ot W. W. THOMAS, Canal National Bank, sei>tl2*ntf CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED SCHENCK’8 PULMONIC SYRUP, SCHENCK’S SEAWEED TONIC, gCHENCK’g MANDRAKL;PILL!*, Are the only medicines that will cure Pulmonary consumption. Sometimes medicines that will stop a cough will of ten occasion the death of tbe patient. It locks up the liver, stops the circulation of the blood, hemorrhage follows, and, in fact, clogging the action of the very organs that caused the cough. Liver complaint and dyspepsia are the causes of two-thinls of the cases of consumption. Many are now complaining with dull pain in the 6ide, the bow els sometimes costive ami sometimes to loose, tongue coated, pain in the shoulder blade, feeling som Mines very restless, and at other times drowsy; the food that is aken lies heavily on the stomach, accompani ed with acidity and belchiug of wind. These symp toms usually originate irom a disordered condition of the stomach or a torpid liver. Persons so affected, if they take one or two heavy colds, and if the cough in these cases ba suddenly stopped, tbe lungs, liyer and stomach clog, and remain torpid and inactive, and before tbc patient is aware of Ids situation, tbe lungs are a'mnss of sores, and ulcerated, aud death is the inevitable result. Scheuck’s Pulmonic Syrup is an expectorant which does not contain any opium, nor anything calculated to check a cough suddenly. Scbenck’s Seaweed tonie'diss r the food, mixes with the gastric juice of the sto ach, digests easily, nourishes the system, and creat a healthy circula tion oi the blood. When the els are costive, skin shallow, and the patient is a billious habit, Schenck’s Mandrake Pills are required. These medicines are prepaired by Dr. J. H. SCHENCK & SON, Noithtast corner of Sixth and Arch streets, Philadelphia. Penn., and tor sale by GEO. C. GOODWIN & CO., 38 Hanover street, Bos ton, and John K. Henry, 8 College place. New York. For sale by Druggist s generally. septSsueodtf ROOM PAPERS! ROOM PAPERS! THE JLABI.EST PAPER HANGING ESTABLISHMENT * East of Boston is at MO. 61 EJIpHAMOK STREET, nnd all wbo are in need of ROOM PAPERS should been in mind that EOTIIKOP. DEVENS A CO. keep a complete line of these goods. Every possible STYLE AND GRADE is now in stock. A large lot of ENGLISH PAPER HANGINGS are ottered at REDUCED PRICES ! SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ottered to owners of let houses, which will enable them to buy their room papers — AT — WHOLESALE PBICEN. oirR W indow Shade Department Is very extensive, an 1 nearly all new goods many designs having never been shown in this market. SPIvVDE TASSELS, all sizes and]colors. Standard Patent Fixtures, Curtain aud Picture Cords, Set., A’C., at prices that cannot fail to ensure ready sales. LOl'IIROP, DEVENS & CO.. No. 61 Exchange Street. myJ5 tf 1

_SPECIAL NOTICES. Members of Atlantic Lodge, I. o. <;. ^ Every merabrr of Atlantic Lod«t*. n«>.83 u quesied to be present next SATURDAY EVENING as important business will come before the Lodge ’ Per order ot W. C. T., jul&md H. S^UliGESS, w. S. FOR MOTH, PATCHES, FRECKLES And TAN, use PERRY'S Moth and Freckle Lotion. It is reliadlk and habmless. Soldjby Druggists everywhere. Depot, 49 Bond St., N. Y. mar22 ___ d£wsn0ml7 FOR PIMPLES on THE EACE, Blackhead and Fleshworm use PERRY’S improv ed Comedono and Pimple Remedy, the gieat skin medicine. Prepared only by l>r. B. C. PERKY, Dermatologist, 49 Bond St., N. Y. Sold by Druggist* verywliere. mar22d*fcwsn6inl7 Hair Drrsser Wanted AT ».niTH’R, IOO KXCAIAMJIi NT. Steady iob to a steady man. jqtf _3t_ E- T. El ,DEN & CO. OFFER THIS WEEK, At One Price and no Vari ation too Pieces Spanish Einens for 18c yd., worth 25c. 100 Piecs Mosquito Nells,all colors, for 75c. piece. 71 Pieces New Styles Grenadines, worth 50c. yd., lor 25c. 15 Pieces more Faucy Silks $1.00 yd., nii new Patterns aud worth $1.25. One Case assorted Black Silks at LESS THAN IMPORTERS PRICES. Prices $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00. 17 Pieces Black Hernanies at as tonisning Eow Prices. MOURNING GOODS! Ot E very Description at Popular Prices. 10 Pieces Courtland Black Crapes AT AGENTS PRICES. SPECIALTIES. HOUSEKEEPING GOODS -AT DECIDED BARGAINS. One Case More Bates Quilts $1.00 each. 18 Pieces more best quality Turkey Dam ask, New Patterns, for $1.00 yard. Seven Pieces 2d quality, fir 75c. 91 doz best Turkey Red Doylies $1.00 dozen. Two bales Russia Crashes for 12c. yard, Actually worth 16c. NEW AND CHEAP. Oue Case Lace Stripe Batiste in ali the Jfew Shades tor 75e. per yard. Ouj Case Jiilson Satin Stripes, worth 50c, per yard. Price only 25c. E. T. ELDEN & CO., One Price and no VariaMou. NO; 5 FREE ST., PORTLAND. apr24 sneodtf MARRIED. In this city, June 11, by Rev. Bishop Neely and the Rev. Goo. D. Wildes of New York, N. A. Five, Esq., of Salem, and Alice H., daughter oi Francis Chase, Esq., ol Portland. Iu Saccarappa, June 9, by Rev. H. Whiicher, Lin coln D. Coombs and Miss Lizzie Lombard. DIED. In Gorham, Jane 11, Mrs. Abigail Beckett, aged 84 years. [Funeral services Thursday afternoon at 2.} o’clock, at the residence of Mrs. J. K. Morse, Gorham. In Saccarappa, June 9, Mrs. Eliza B., wife of Dr. N. R. Martin, aged 52 years 3 months 20 days. [Funeral services Thursday atternoon, at 2 o’clock. In Fast Boston, June 10, Mrs. Albertlne, wife of Capt. Jos. Blanchard. [Funeral services Thursday afternoon at 24 o’clock, at her late residence. Cumberland Ccutre. Relatives friends are invited to attend without further notice. DEPARTURE OF OCEAN STEAM£ KB NAME FROM FOR PATE Cleopatra.New York. .Hav&VCrazJune 12 City of Baltimore. ..New York. .Liverpool—June 12 Hatteras.New York. .Bermuda .. .June 12 Hibernian.Quebec.Liverpool_June 14 Ville de Havre.New York. .Havre.June 14 Abyssinia.New York. .Liverpool_June 13 Hecla.Boston...Liverpool.June 17 Crescent City.New York. Havana.June 17 Prussian.Quebec.Liverpool. ..June21 Miniature Alninmic.Anne 12. Sun rises.4.23 | Sun sets. .7.36 Moon rises.9.50 Py. Hi^l) crate!.12.30 PM MARINE news. PORT OP PORTLAND. Wednesday, June 11. ARRIVED. Steamer Franconia. Bragg, New York—passengero and mdse to Henry Fox. Barque Caro, (ot Bucksport) Beals, Matanzas—561 hlids 75 boxes sugar to order; 27 blids molasses to Geo S Hunt. Vessel to Ryan & Kelsey. Brig W R Sawyer. Mitchell, Boston. Soli T S McLedan, Farr. Alexandria—coal to Wm E Dennison. Sch Fawn, Baker, Baltimore—coal to Gas Co. Sch Grace Webster, Hume, Philadelphia—coal to Randall & McAllister. Scb Virginia, Small, Philadelphia—coal to Jas H Baker. Scb Empire, Ferguson, Rondout—cement to C A B Morse & Co. Sch Adeline, ——, Port Johnson—coal to Rich & Juukins. Sch Eliza Sawyer, Cook, New York—iron to Rol ling Mills. Sch E L Trefethen, Sterling, New York for Bellast. Sch J K Howard. (Br) Howard, Boston. Sch Stella Lee, Brewer. Boston. Sch Boston, Fogg, Boston. Sch Clarinda. Drown. Boston. Sch Dexalo, Leland, Boston. Sch Mahaska. Blake. Boston, to load for New York. oil f ?’ Humphrey. Boston, to load for New York Sch I ilia Rich, Pei Kins, Boston. S°b vMoRel]e- (Br) Bennett. St John, NB,—134,300 It lumber to Geo S Hunt. Sch City Point, Dresser, Western Banks-1000 qtls. Sch \ oung Sultan. Barter. Boothbay. Sch Sunbeam. Thurston. Bass Harbor Sch Nlctoux, Pinkham, Steuben for Boston. Yacht Phantom, Kendrick, Halifax lor Boston. „ CLEARED. Mor^o Pu',no:’ Avres-R Lewis & Co SlJ*ul^ (Br) Horn. Pfctou NS-master. Porteoim^ H°r*e’(Br) Macomber» Halifax NS- Jno Hob^n^^7 ° Marlner’ Bucknam, Havana-A L Sch M R W, (Br) Williams, St John, NB—John rorteous. Sch Gazelle, Gardiner, Pembroke—NatW Blake. SAILED—Barque Tatay. Sch Mahaska, of Cherryfleld, 118 tons, 6 years old, and in good condition, ha*» been purchased bv Bunker Bros and others of Portland at $6500. She is now at this port arid will be commanded by Capt James Blake of Portland. J'he Mahaska was built on the same model an 1 launched on the same day as the Alaska, recently purchased by the above Arm. [FROM MERCHANTS’ EXCHANGE.1 O Ar at Philadelphia 11th, barque Samuel E Spring, Small. Sagua. Ar at New York 11th. sells C F Young, Richardson, Gtiayaniiln; Lady Woodbury, Woodbury, Utllla. memoranda. Barque Eureka. Prince, from Batauia via Fayal for Boston, put into Cane Town. CGII, leakv. Sen Emeline McLain, Crowell, irom Havana, put In \ inevard-Haven Ttli, and reports having encoun tered a heavv north-east gale on the 31st ult. lasting 30 hours, duiing which started deckload molasses and had to throw it overboaid to save the vessel: also, started a bad leak and had to keep the pumps goin*' constantly. Sch Julia & Martha, from Philadelphia of and for Calais, with coal, went ashore 9th inst, ou Black Ledge near New London, where she remained until the loth and then came ott and proceeded. nunERTic Hou rs. SAN FRANCISCO—Ar 7th, ship Undaunted, Dina more, New York, 133 days. NEW ORLEANS—Ar 7th, ship Rochester, Clough, Messina. Old oth. brig L M Merrill, Dockendorf, Cork. c MOdULE-t.ia Oth, ship John llaivey. Brown, tor Huran",'VEST~Al' M. wh Angelina, Holbrook, from New York^AH—Ar 0tli lost, brig Geo Amos, Norton, Dt!VhjUH<?rtoK~s''' ?C1, srh Hattie E Sampson, NeCw York**™1-*' ®'b> Veto, Henderson, GmlntLanamo.RK_Ar 9th> bar‘"le Hornet, Hopkins. PHILADELPHIA—Ar 9th, schs Marv vii. r Bath; Silas Mariner, Buell, Portland 5 Ella, from Alsu ar Oth, barque S W Holbrook. Policy. vt.., zas; Josic Mildred, Ginn. New York; S dSSSI" Gale?, Matauzas: Globo. Herrick, Bluehill. nt* Cld 9ih. schs Hatiie Coomb?, Jameson, Bristol Ri ■ Manie Holmes, Cox, Salem: Franconia, Adams, do* Fleetwing, Kounistou, Ipswich; Ganges, Jordan, for Saco. NEW YORK—Ar Oth, barque John Griffin, West berg, Canlenas; orlgs Renslmw. Sylvester, Gray town, Nic; Jas Miller, Thombs. Cardenas 11 days; schs Ridgewood. Henderson, Georgetown SC; Ade laide. Hutchins. Steuben; J O Crafts, Kennedy, irora Windsor, NS; Palos, Moon, Boston; Maggie Bell, Hall, Providence; Lizzie Raymond, Lord, Bridge port; Joe Carlton, Spear, Portland, Ct; Chas E Hel lier, Mitchell, Bangor. Ar 10th. barque Ella.Oliver, Buenos Ayres 45 days; Proteus, Eaton, Sagua 11 days; schs Fred Fish. Da vis, Cardenas 13days; S P Hall, Chipman, Savannah 10 days. C1<1 10th. ship %F Hersev, Small. Bristol E; barque Quickstep, Chase, Leghorn; brigs Ernest, Thompson, Kingston J ; Lena Thurlow, Corbett, Matanzas; Da vid Biigbec. Staples, Cadiz; Ponvert, Allen. Galves ton; sell Israel Sr.ow. Pease. Baraeoa; L F Warren, Holmes, Deraarara; Annie Whiting, Hutchinson, for Charleston; Evelyn, Crowley, Portsmouth; Almeda, Smith, Amesbury. Passed through Hell Gate Oth, schs Martha Maria, Veazie, Port Johnson for Portland; Ruth S Hodgdon, Melvin, New York for Salem; Hardscrabble. Fates, do for Fall River; Raven, Pendleton, Port Jobnson for Boston. NEW HAVEN—Ar Oth, ech Lucy, Mahlmau, from Richmond. PRO\ IDENCE—Ar 10th, sch Dresden, Cole, from Shulee, NS. FALL RIVER—Ar 8th, sell Harriet Gardiner, Mil ler. New York, * Ar Dili, sobs Lebanah, Wall. Calais; Maracaibo, ?nd 'V B Darling. Hatch, Philadelphia. bid Oth, schs Neptune’s Bride, Grierson, and Cas tillian, Morgan, Nev York. VINEYJ KD-HAVEN—Ar 8tli, schs Helen G King. Crosby. 1 iiiladeiplna for Boston; J B Knowles, Mcr ritt. Port Johnson fordo; Henrietta, Holbrook, do lor balem; Idaho, Creamer, Hoboken for do; C Mat thews Lout, Port Johnson for Newburyport. (with loss of foretopmast, bulwarks stove, and other dam cage, having been in collision); H S Rowe, Taveneu, Port Johnson for Booth bay. Ar Oth. schs Addie M Chadwick, Coan, Cardenas 16 days for orders; Henry. Wass, EUzabethport for Bos ton. (mainboom broken); Sargent b Day, McFarland Philadelphia for Portland, (leakingbadly; will dis charge aud go on the railway); Lookout, Nichols, Baltimore for Portland; Segiiin, Rogers, Savannah 14 days for do or Bath; W S Barnes, Gott, Philadelphia lor Saco. Sid, sens C ? Qerrish, Sami Fish, F A Pike. Mary J Adams, Matanzas, Nathan Clifford. Frank Emily, Hope. Jessie Hart, Nat hi Stevens. Coy Gonev, Ka e t»iant. Addle Ryerson, T S McLellan. L B Sargent, George Albert. H S Rowe, Helen G King. _ 10th*Hpl’8 K H Colson,Gray, Bangor; Gen Kleber. Poland, do; Lillian, Ryan, Belfast; Yan kee, Hamilton. Bristol. Ar lltli, brig Giles Loring, Pinkham, Havana; schs Kate Grant, Grant. Azoa; Northern Light, Rich 1 Sagua; Onward, Whitney, and Eveline, Bagley. Ron- ' dout; Sarah B, Sanborn, Hoboken; Allice Oakes, Marson. New York. _CM lltb, barques Mary Edson, Sparrow. Smyrna: wild Hunter, Kelley, St George NB ; Am Lloyds, Park, St Stephen NB, to load tor Montevideo; Pbi lena, Chase, Portland; brigs M C Haskell. Wbiite more, Cow Bay; Lewis Clark. Smith, for Galveston; schs Eliza S. Moran, Portland; Ella Clifton.Kimball, do and St John. NB. NEWBURYPORT—Ar 10th, schs Clarissa Allen, Hodgdou, Roudout; Mary, Richardson, do; Dexter, Lord. Bangor. SM 10th, schs Helen M Condon, McCarty, Kenuc bec, to load for Virginia; Everglade, Shaw, Calais; Oregon, Turner. Bangor. In port lOih. schs George Savage, Nyo, for Portland or Bangor: Ella Frances, Bulger, for Mt Desert and Windsor. NS. BATH—Ar 10th, barque Black Eagle, StinchtleM. i Portland. Sill lltU urii- Frontier, Blalsdell. Philadelphia. FOREIGN PORT*. Sill fm Valparaiso M inst, barques Eureka, Knack i San Francisco; 7ih, It P Buck, Curiis, Falmouth Ar at Queenstown 2Stb nit, ship Elizabeth Cushine Colby. San Francisco for Gloucester. At London 29th ult, ship Rhine, Jordan, for New York : and others. Off Dover 28th ult, barque Fanny J McLellan, Mc Lellan. from Antwerp for Plymouth, E. At New'port E 28tn nit, ship Prussia, Patten, for Rio Janeiro. At Arecibo 28tb ult, sch Abide, Chaves, ior North ot Hatteras. Ar at Clenfuegos 3tst, brig Daisy Eoyuton, Appleby Barbadoes. Sid 30th, barque M B Stetson, Seiraers, tor Boston; brigs J H Lane, Shute. New York; Annie Gardiner, Hatch, d'»; 31st, brig Mattano, Jarvis, New York. Ar at St Jago 27th ult, barqueE A Cochrane,Nick erson. Philadelphia. Ar at Havana 1st inst, brig Harry, Brown, Maebias SM 31st, bri>' Ellen Maria, Whittemorc, North ol Hatteras; 1st Inst, barquo Jennie Cobb. Packard, for Matanzas; 5th, brig Ramirez, for New York. Sid fm Havana 1st inst, brig Gipsey Queen, York North of Hatteras. SHt fm Matanzas 1st inst. barque Addie McAdam, ■ Partridge, New York; brig L Staples, Hernman, for Baltimore. Sid fm Sagua 28th ult, baroue S E Spring, Small, Philadelphia; brig Valencia, Small, for do; 30th, sell Ralph Carlton. Curtis, New York ; 31st, brig Me chanic, Nichols, Portland. Ar at Cow Bay 2u inst. sell Florence N Tower, Per ry. Camdc-n. Arat St John, NB, 9th inst, barque Martha Mc Neil, Watts, Liverpool. HPOKEIS’. April 6, lat 56 10, Ion 73 05, barque Albert, steering Nortb-Weht. May 23, hit 21 35 N, Ion 51 35 W, sch Elizabeth De Hart, from Halifax for BarbadoeB. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 THE EPICUREAN TABLE SAUCE. Received the higheM premium at tfae.imrr tean Institute Fair. Ifew York City, 48y-d. IT IS THE BEST TABLE .RELISH IN USE. Epicure an t^H’mark Cable Sauce ;i«anait« I **' -n*~ ,n | rJU* Oil* S'*.'?!1' r > >> f i -j N*MU>: r4 6p'iij.TisTcAtj5c<',^° Kept by all First Class Grocers. Every Well Fur nished Table Should Have It. Epicurean Table Sauce Co., 96 BI.ACKNTOXE NT., BOMTOIS. )ul2 d3m FIRE WORKS! Wholesale Agents tor the sale of Fire Works. Fire Crackers, Torpedoes, Rockets, Roman Candles, Serpents, Pin Wheels, Triangles, Blue Lights, Pistols, Blast Gnus, Crackeis, Pistols, new, Chinese Buckets, Cannons, Double Headers, Mines, Flags, Masks, Fancy Pieces. Towns and cities furnished with displays at the Factory prices. 53T*Orders frcrn the country promptly attended to. CHAS. DAY, JR. & CO., 04 EXCHANGE STREET. junl2 exljtwtjly4 The New Family Machine. \ THE EASY RUNNING LOCK SE GO STITCH. Arsrded She Highest FSEHTOH (The ilcdal) At J AKESICAH / IIBtITUT» / FAI8, Bs 3872. W The HEfOR is simpler, better made and more highly finished thru any other mac1 ine. Sews every thing, and is always rcadv; no change of tension re quired in sewing from light to heavy work. Agenia wonted. Oet the latest and best. Semi for Circular THE 8EC OR MEWINft M4CHINE EO. junl2 697 Broadway New York. |4w S E ( T I O NTs — FOR — MOWERS AND REAPERS At Dlaunlacluren' Price. ■cndiiw'.ii™a«,,a7e thelT orders promptly filled by Machines tly t0 “8 for Section8 fcr all kind, of «U?.C!L ns wi" *>fi polished on both si to, and stamped tended name °* Machine for which they are in AII Kuivcft and Sectiono YVnrrnntpd. ordering send size of Section wanted. KENDALL & WHITNEY. PORTLAND, I?IE. Jul2 d«£w3w24 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS NEW MODEL BUCKEYE MOWER. THE New Model Buckeye Mower conr dns many new' and important features:—The driver hav ing control of the cutter-bar at all times, can fold or uniol l the bar without leaving h << seat, or raise the bar perpendicularly to pai>s obstructions; the drive wheels run in p iths made by the track-clearer and do not iun over any cut grass; a spring in the track cleartr sli ie ke«p* it at ail times adjusted; U is safe to say, aud we wdl warrant the Buckeye to *lo any thing that any other machine will do, and when [ other machints are woru out and wortli'eas the Buckeye will l>e good for years afterward. We S J\Hve at our st re a machine ret up in working order, I "i* shall be pleased to show you. nllV“We have, also, a New Hoksp Rake and ■ * aeudeb that we would like to have you see. KENDALL & WHITNEY, j,B POBTLMO, ME. -. d&w.3w24 HOT TEA ROLLS f BLAKE’S BAKERY, Every Afternoon at 5 O’clock. | Jnnl2 <ur Tenement Wanted. SIX or eight room in n central anil desirable (.art of the city. References Ural class. Address “KENT,” Press Office. jul2 1w Tenement Wanted. SIX “eight rooms in a central and desirablo lo ca ity. lirst class reference. Address J“12|Mw _RENT, Press Office. Boat lor Saif. A VERY nice light row Bolt, with sail and lix tures Al»o a Boat house if wanted. Will be sold cheap if applied for soon. Call -n J. W. TAYLOR, 176 Commercial Street. J iiol2 dlw* Farm Minted In exchange for a new two-story house in P rtland, now renting for $300 a year. Will accommodate two families: pleasantly located. Apply —to W. It. .TERRIS, Real Estate Agent. junl2*dlw Caution. NOTICE is hereby given that my wife, Addie S. Snell, having left my bed and board without just aud sufficient cause, I shall pav no debts of her contracting. *W. L. SNELL. Portland, June XI, 1873. jul2dtf Board. SIX gentlemen can be acc. mmodated with good Board and pleasant rooms at No. 20 federal str(,et-_ jul2dlw* Boarders Wanted. GENTLEMEN BOARDERS can be accomodated at No. 6 Chestnut Stree t- juul2dlw* _AUCTION SALES. •I, 8. U.1ILE1 & CO*. Auctioneer*. House and Lot at Auction* V^E shall otter at public auction THURSDAY, v - ouvi*no 12th’ at 12 30 the Hou>v acd Lot hA.iP? 5,0!? 8treet* ,A„he house is a two story wooden <lcr r'fVarU,F*1 f,u;„t1wo tamilies and in good or ?n the Pbrniu '8?ri'«™ >» » policy of ifijnc, v • x v,e Co. of Brooklyn. N i Vlrf8 Au/' 73;l875« f°r the sum >f $600, width will be transferred to tbe purchaser free. — also — Immediately after the ubove the LOT OF LAND CO x50 adjoining the above on tbe westerly side, being the lot coiner of Cove stieet and a lane leadiug to Hanmiond street. Tlio Marginal Way, now sure of being completed, must increase the value ot this projterty. Terms liberal and made known at sale. J“c_dtd Large Sale of New Furniture and Carppfs at Auction. ON THURSDAY, June 12’h. at 11 o’clock, at sale-room, we shall cell one new Parlor fait In B. W. aud French Plush, one do in IS. \V. aud (iren Kept, one do in 11. W. and Hair Cloth, one Mahoga ny Coauthor Sett, one Oak do Marble T<». 3 painted do, 2 new 11. VV. Book Cases, one new B. W. Ward R be, 3 new Plue do, 5 Refrigerators, 10 aetr Carpetf, one Sofa anti Turkish Easv Chair in Green Retd and B, VV., one Magee Advance Cook Stove No. 8, one Model Cook Stove, Ac. At '0 o’clock a lot of new an I second hand Crock ery, new Tin Ware, Sheets and Pillow Slips, Cutlery, Silver Platen Ware, Ac. F. ©. BAILEV A CO., Auctioneer., J»T__ ___dtd SPECIAL sale. STOCK OF — Yew Carriages Ac., AlT AlTJCTION. ON SATURDAY, June 14th, at 11 A. M. at John Ku-sell’s Carriage Factory Mrs. 311 and 313 Con gress Street, will be sold the highest bidders, a large ass rtnrent of Carriages made expressly by Mr. Rus sell for his private sale trade; cons sting of 8 Pony Phaetons, 4 sliif ing top Buggies, open Buggies, Rockawavs, Carryalls, Beach Wagons, Concord Wag ons. Express Wagons, Ac., Ac. Also a number of Sec .nd-liaud Carriages. New and Second-hand Ha nesses, Ac., Ac. F. O. BAILEV A CO , Auctioneers. Jul2 dtd Furniture, Carpets, &e* at Auc tion. ON SATURDAY, June 14th, at 10 o'clock, we shall sell at House 67 Danforth street. Tapestry, 3 and 2-ply Carpets, Stair Carpets, Black Walnut Parlor suit, -Mahogany Sitting Room Furniture, Chamber Setts, and other Chamber Furniture, Ex tension Table, Ac. F. O. BAILEV A CO. Auctioneer.. jull__dtd By J. S. Bailey »V Co* Auctioneers Valuable Real Estate AT .AtTCTIOiN' ! GUARDIAN'S SALE. Pursuant to a license from the Probate Court for the County of Cumberland, the undersigned, Guar dian of Charles H. Haggetfc of Portland, in said county, will sell at public auction on the premises on Tuesday, llie seventeenth (17) day of June, A. 1). 1873, At AO o’clock in tbe forenoon, the following described real estate situated In said Portland, viz: Lots numbered one (1), five (5), eight (8), eleven (11) and seventeen (17) on plan of Messis. Haggelt’s lands in Portland, (being the old homestead of Sam uel F. Haggett deceased,) recorded in Cumberland Registry of Deeds, Plan Book No. 3, Plan 3<<. The above lots constitute a part of the well known Haggett Estate, siluated on the northerly side of Congress street, between Mellen and Grove streets, and embrace some of the lest building lots in the city. SAMUEL F. HAGGETT, Guardian. Portland, May 14. 1873. juuI2dtd Bed Estate at Auction. THE valuable property on the coiner of Congress and Park streets, known as the Jones estate, will be ottered for sale by auction, on the premises, on TUESDAY, June 17th. at half-past 2 o’clock P. M. The lot is 2U3 feet on Congress street and 120 feet on Park street, and contains about 36.000 square feet. The house is well built witli about forty r *om§. rl he garden Is in tine order and well stocked with fruit trees, &c., together with a Green House and Cold Grapery, both thoroughly bnilt and in excellent order. The Stable and Ice House are also in good order. Terms of sale liberal. Persons wishing to see the premises before the day of sale wid call on AVM. H. JEHRIS, Real Estate Amt, Gaboon Block. F. O. BAILEY A CO., AactioaeerN. Jt*6 dtd Furniture, Beds, Carpets, dec., at Anclion. ON Wednesday, June 18th, at 10 o’clock b. m., we shall sell at house corner of Park and Congress streets, Brussels, ingrain and oil carpet*, sofa, ca d and center table*, chairs, lounges, mirror*, curtains, chamber furniture, feather beds, hairand other mat tresses, spring beds, ward robes, steeris baker, re frigerator, crockery, etc., together with the kitchen furniture. F* O. BAILEY & CO., Auctioneers. jelO Very Valuable Farm at Auction. ON THURSDAY, June 19th. at 1 o’clock, wc shall sell the well known and valuable property know n an the Cushman Farm in New Gloucester^ Me., 18 railcw from Portland, consisting ot 120 acres of ex cellent land with buildings unsurpassed by anv farm buildings in Maine. Orchard contains tiOOapple with abundance of other Fruit Trees. This is an onpor tunity rarely met with. Sale positive. Priuteu de scription and particulars furnished by F. O. Hailey & CO., Auctioneers. Double journey tickets issued by G. T. R. R. to at tend th s sale to Pownal and return at one third more than single tirst clra iare. julldtd ABRAMS A: BKO.. Auctioneers and <'ommi»*ion .Urrcbnni*, rve their special a,toniion to selling Real Estate, iirnlt ure and Merchandiseol nil kinds. Horses Car riages, *S c. Advances made on consignments. Reg ular Sales of new and second-band Fui nil lira at the Auction Rooms every Saturday morning. Commu nications by mail promptlv attended to A R r A VIN A BROTHER, 12."> Fe leral St., under the U. S. Hotel. N. B. Money advanced on Watches. Jewelry, Furniture, Clothing, and all goods of value, apt 23 dtf For Sale Cheap. YATCII DREADNAUGHT: 23* feet long, 8* feet n ide. 2* vears old, now lying at Custom Hou-e Warf. Enquire ot F. P. WATERHOUSE, on board. Junll 3t* I -iNTEKT AINM ENTS. Harry llloodgood’s MINSTREL AND BURLESQUE COM BI NATION To-Niglit at Music Hall. ' Seleel Matinee Salui'day nl 4 F. ji | jnl8 St Forest City TROTTING PARK! PORTLAND, ME. 1873 June Meeting 1873 June lOtli, lltli, 12th, i:ttli Ac lttb. $2 500 IN PREMIUMS. Till KsIMl, Jnnf l‘A»h I)., |iW</k 1 For horses that have ner X lll^L QmUvi j er trotted better than 2:50: $150 to first, $60 to second, $40 to third S. II. Jacobs, Skowbegan, Mo., names g m Ladv Walton. Wright & Noreross, Mystic Park. Poston, names blk b Lot hair. Dan Biglev Pcacon Park. Boston, names b m Grace. ra^* **’ Hk'ks, Charlestown, Mass., names b m Flo m Dames g o Fd G.ay. dy Hassail. ’ aney’Au^u*la» Me., names blit lu La Pruden Letonnieuu. West v; . _ Ladv Mansfield. Waterville, namr-s b m TiSter'"*9-Ccucon Pntk- ■—».»»»«. b * FS*y,i,“l,;ltir“k' «—* "lkm g Batiy Ita!™*"'1 Piir“- B",tn"' T'*n‘*'“ * Plll'SP X'tOO ! For horses that have nev J. Uirat, qJOW. ( er trotted better than2-37 *175 to first, *75 to sta nd *50 to third. J. N. Woodward, SouthFramingham, Maf»..names b s John hands'11. Janus Dustin, Mystic Park, Boston, names be Stranger, formerly Muggins. Dan Bigley, Beaec 111‘ark, Bos’on, names b m Lady Wentworth. Wriglit & Noreross, Mystic Park, Boston, name ch g Auburn Bd>. F. Bricketf, Lis‘.on Falls, Me., names g g Meddle some. fieo. M. Delaney, Augusta, Me., names br g Billy Bumpug. FRIDAY, June I .ill. PlllNI1 Xltllll 1 For horses that have nev . Wl, y'l'rlf. t er trotted better than 2:38, S&Sf,%0to thfiri.‘hatn*’ • ,K6 tu •» ?' A' Mais ’ • “ Caouchonc. A. D. Webber, Beacon Park, Boston, names be Honest Brock. * Dan Bigley, Bear n Park, Boston, names b m La dy Wentworth. S H. Jacobs, Skowhcgnn. Me., names b m Belle Ja cobs. F. Brickett, Lisbon Falls, Me., names g g Meddle some. L. J. Brackett, Windham, M., names b m Maine Girl. Pruden Letourneau, West Watcnrile, names blk m Gentle Annie. James Dustin, Beacon Park, Boston, names b • King William. Vll >»i!A WjBB | F.>r horses that have nev J. UI ^iTvv* ) er trotted better than 2:32; 0250 to first $100 to second; 050 to third. G. G. Brown, Bristol, N. H., names gg Bristol Bill. ^ James Dustin, Beacon Park. Boston, names b g Frank Palmer. S. H. Jacobs, Skowh* gun. Me., names ch m Troub lesome. Dau Bigley, Beacon Park, Boston, names ck m Fannv. A. I>. Webber, Beacon Park, Boston, names Buck skin ? Royal Mike. A. w. Worcester, Beacon Park, Boston, names b g Sam Curtis. Charles Hatch, Bangor, Me., names blk m Ink. NATtRDAV, June 14th. SPECIAL PRCMIlins. Three Hundred a-id Fifty Dollars, Ws'Jiie Gen. Hospital Prizes. First Premium. Martin & Pennell, wagon, valued 9250, for horses that have never b< aten 2:45. ^ Seomd. Premium, Gold Mounted Harness, value 9110, for horses that ha e never beaten 2:35. i,r;n!.™nL,‘r • l,er cunt.,to close Friday noon, Jun, i3th at 12 o clock ui at Hospital Fair Headquarter*, track*" “outh Hotel, or with the proprietors olthe The above races will all be mile beats best 3 in 5 in harness, excepting Nos. 3 and 4, and will be trotted under the rules f the National Association. Trotting will commence each day at 2| p. m. Covered wagons will run from the city to the track and a good res taurant will be found upon the grounds. Pooh* sold and settled at No. 14 Preble street, rear of Preble House, every forenoon and evening du ring the meeting. Tickets 5u ctt*.; season tickets admitting gentleman and lady to all races over the Park this season and for driving on the track $10. Badges good for *>ur days trotting, $2.00, can l** had at the rate BAILEY & WILLIS, Proprietors. June3dtd ARMY & NAVY HALL ! Prof. I. G. Stearns, the celebrated PSYCHOLOGIST ! Every Evening this week, Come anil enjoy a hearty Laugh ! Doors 0|*n at 7; commence at 8. Tickets only 25 cents. tyInstruction in Psvebolcgy from 7 to 8 previous to the Entertainmant. Terms $5.00. JunlOdlw BILLIARD HATCH. * A Billiard Match for a PURSE OF $200 between HlcMn. Henry Whirl nml Henry Nmith of this eity wi.l come ofi in LANCASTER HALL THURSDAY EVENING, June 12. Tickets 50 cents. Play begins at 8 o’clock. Ju9__4t GRAND EXCURSION — TO — Old Orchard Beach ! TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 1873. THE “ARMY AND WAVY UNION” an nounce to their friends and the public that they aro now able to) fulfill the promise ade, 01 giving them the first Excursion over the Boston & Maine R. R. to “Old Orchard Beach” and “Fern Park.” This delightful trip is only one half hour’s ride, and evrry one who goes wifi feel amply rewarded. A platform for dancing will b** erected iu the Grove, and a select orchestra from the Portland Bend will furnish the music. Tickets for the round trip, in cluding dancing, onlv 50 cents, for -ale by the com mittee, ar Rand & Thornesaud at the Depot. Trains will leave Boston & Maine Depot (late Walker House.) JuKkltd HOSPITAL FAIR. REFRESHMENT DEPARTMENT, FLUENT HALL. THE Executive Committee take pleasure In an nonneiug that they have, through the courtesy ot Mr. Fluent, obtained the use of the spacious and beautiful hall, knowu as FLUENT HALL, and that it has been handsomely and conveniently fitted up, and will be used as a F1B8T.CLA88 HEAT A CHANT, During the Fair. The religious s cicties of the tit?' will furnish refreshment* ami flowers. Score* of young ladles, in pretty and appropriate uniform*, will serve on iheir respective parish tlavs. The flor al dc* nations, which are umfer the supervision of a ladv of exquisite taste, will be unique and beautifm: whi e several piece s of music have been engaged to lend their charm to the scebe. All person* visitiug the Fair are invited to visit Fluent Holt. Fntrance by tho bridge whicli has been constructed across from City Hall. No extra charge for admit tarn e. Doors open from 11 a. m., till 10 p. m. S-fT“N. B.—Societies are requested to send In re freshments as early as 9 a. in. jelO H.M.PAYSON&CO., Bankers and Brokers, — OFFER FOR SALK — Portland City .... «*„ Bangor . . . . . . • 6’s Bath . d'D Cook County » . . . 7>„ Chicago - .... Toledo, Ohio - * - - 8’a Scioto County, Ohio - . 81* Leeds & Farmington R. It., guaranteed ft’s Portland & Rochester R. R. . . 7*, Maine Central R. R. . . 7*. Northern Pa ilie R. R. Gold • 7-30’s Government Bond.v, Bank Stocks and Gold Bought and Sold. 32 EXCHANGE STREET »I>3 PORTLAND. dtf BONDS. State of Maine .... ,[*s Portland & Bangor City - • Bath & Roekland City • ■ . ft’, Chicago City - ... 7’s • Wayne & Clay County, Illinois, . 7’, Toledo, Ohio, - - . 7.30's Northern Paeille R. R., Gold, . 7.80’s Burlington Cedar Knpids & Minn. • 7’s Maine Central, Consolidated-. - - 7’s Canada, St. John & Halifax Bank notes Hought and Sold. WI. E. WOOD, Aff’t Sept 8-dtflr Of EirhnxeSi. COUNTRY-BOAR D J can be accomodated at Ridge Cottage, 11 mill * fr0n. Bridgt >ii f’enirc. Hoo*l air, magnifl ent mouutnln and lake scenery, tine Jr!^. convenient boating and Ashing. Adiiieas, W. O. KIMBALL, Urklgtou Mm mjl9 aodt

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