Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, June 16, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated June 16, 1873 Page 2
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THE PRESS. MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 1«, 1878. Every Temlar attache of the Press is furnished with a card certificate countersigned by Stanley T. Pullen, Editor. All railway, steamboat an 1 bote 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 of the Press, and we have no disposition to be, even pas sively, a party to such fraud We do not read anonymizers Imi commuui rations. The name an.l address of the in nil cases in.lisjs.nsah c, not necessarily for publication but as a guaranty of good faith. w 3 cannot undertake to return or reserve com munications that are not useu._ Republican State Convention. The Republicans ot Maine and all others who sup port the present National aud State Administrations are invited to send delegates to a State Convention to be hoiden in Norombcga Hall, Bangor, Thursday, June 19. IS*3, at 11 o'clock. or the purpose of nominating a candidate lor Gov emor and transacting any other business that may properly come before the convention. The basis of representation will be as follows.— Each city, town aud plantation will he entitled to one delegate and one additional tor every 75 votes for the Republican candidate for Governor in 1872. A fraction of 40 votes, additional to the full number for a delegate, is also entitled to a delegate. Delegates are authorized to fill vacancies only with actual residents of the county to which the town be longs. The State Committee will be in session at 9 o’clock the morning of the Convention for the reception of credentials. Jambs G. Blaine, Kennebec, Chairman. William P- Frye, Androscoggin. Eben Woodbury. Aroostook. Stanley T. Pullen. Cumberland. F C. Perkins, Franklin. John D. Hopkins, Hancock. E. K. Spear, Knox. S. S. Marble, Lincoln. F. E. Shaw, Oxford. John H. Lynde, Penobscot. E. A. Thompson, Piscataquis. F. D. Sewall, Sagadahoc. Sew all E. Prescott, Somerset. Fred. Atwood, Waldo. Nelson S. Allan, Washington. Leonard Andrews, York. Z. A. SMITH. Secretary. May 1,1873. The Ward Caucuses. The Ward caucuses to elect delegates to the State Convention will be held at the sev eral Ward rooms this evening at 8 o'clock. There will doubtless bs tickets enough to give all the privilege of showing their preference by a ballot. It is very desirable that all should attend these meetings that there may be a fair expression of the preference of the Republican voters on an important question. The Iron Question. Heretofore England has held by a long ways the foremost position in supplying the Iron ior the world. Of all the productions that has made her rich and influential, iron, which has become the measure of the strength of a nation, is her most important product. To a great extent, England has ruled the prices of iron and its products throughout the world. Although this country has of late stood next to Great Britain in this im portant product, only the most sanguine have have had the hardihood to declare that the United States would become a competitor wi'.b that country for championship in the production ofiron within less than a century. But recent facts indicate the time when the United States will take the lead is very near if it has not already arrived. Very recently, we are informed by the cable, some of the leading English manufacturers have forward ed large orders to this country for ore and that it was hut the beginning of an iron trade to England which promised rapid and permanent growth. That British manu facturers generally appreciate this changed condition,may be seen by an address recently delivered before the Iron and Steel Institute at London by the President, who stated that owing to a rapid lessening of the coal pro duct, final reliance for' both iron and coal must be on the immense resources of the Western continent, adding that “in ores of the finest description, the resources of the United States are unlimited, while as re gards coal our own wealth is poverty in com parison.” The rapid growth of iron production in this country and the extent bat the English trade in this country in that article is falling off can be best appreciated from the fact, that in April 1872 England exported to the vari ous ports of this country, 50,588 tons of iron rails and 29,146 tons of pig iron while for the corresponding month of 1873, she fur nished us but 12,142 tons of rails and 12,226 tons of pig iron. In the meantime the ex ports of Great Britaiu to other countries has continued as large as ever. This great change is explained on the ground that the cost of making iron in Eng land has, within the past year been largely increased. Countries unable to to manufacture it and requiring a con stant supply have been compelled to pay this increased price. Under a policy that has been constantly denounced, the United States has encouraged a great iron production of its own, and when the prices went up were able to supply the greater portion of the demand from home furnaces, which has prevented the great increase of the balance of trade against this country and checked the drain of gold. Beyond the immediate prospect of supply ing our entire home demand, there is no doubt but within a few years, largo quantities will be exported to other countries, turning from other channels a tide of specie th 't will be of incalculable benefit i n bringing about an adjustment of our currency, The Kennebec Journal publishes a tele gram from Bangor which states that Judge Kent’s ward in Bangor elected DiDgley dele gates. Tbe Bangor Whig says that Ward 2’ (Judge Kent’s) specially instructed its dele gates to vote for Hon, Edward Kent. In this case the average reader will conclude that the report of the Whig and not the anonymous telegram of the Journal states the truth in the matter. The Whig further states that the caucuses were more generally attended than usual and that the most influential men in the city have boen placed on the delega tion. Mrs. R. E. Lee, widow of the late Con federate leader sa;s that her husband never had an interest in the Arlington estate, it having been absolutely willed to her by her father Mr, Custis who died in 1857. She does not desire to recover possession of it or divert it from its present use, but will ask a suitable compensation. It would appear that Mrs. Lee has an equable claim for compensa tion and at this time those who cannot forget the wrongs suffered at the hands of Gen. Lee, should not inflict injury upon those who are not answerable for him. The Toronto Globe learns from London that the syndicate that undertook to float the new stock of the Grand Trunk met with but little success with the general public, only one tenth being sold to new parties. The old stock holders took ni'out one-third of the new issue, and the syndicate were obliged to find one million pounds sterling of which they had advanced two hundred thousand. The company, however, have secured the funds to make their improvements. The Rockland Free Press said that Knox county would be almost a unit in the State Convention. Does it mean for Stone? It has always been famous for granite and lime stone. Gold went down to 1161-4 Saturday.— There is no reason to believe that the Guber natorial contest in Maine had anything to do with it._ The war at the State capital is over. Col. Stone’s friends appear to be decidedly the most numerous. Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.—The State Department has promulgated for tbe in formation of all concerned the act of Congress to prevent cruelty to animals while transported by railroads or other means of transportation in the United States. The act dees not take effect till October 1, after which all railroad companies are probibi'ed from keeping animals i?»i^ntlnuouB confinement more than twenty 2S,*i?nr5 w‘thout unloading for five hours iSrJESKJy fw<!inz and watering. If they thf. nmvuw rnjtbe cars with food aud water, this provision does not apply The United gSS?? ,hJ*'e i»"*dic«onVin case of a vio lation of'the law, a&d flues not to exceed S500 are provided for each case. the WAGNER TRIAL. — HATH DAT. testimony of the prisoner continued. Alfred, June 14.—There is no falling off in the interest,and large crowds continue to attend the trial. Wagner resumed his testimony and continued until adjournment. He minutely meets every point of the Government testimony. He began his testimony to day by accounting for himself while in Boston before his arrest. He showed that his associates who have been called by the government are hail characters. His account of his wanderings in Boston are of no interest until the time of his arrest, which took place at the door of the Brown’s House. He says: A policeman stepped to the door .ind grabbed me by the arms. I asked him ed; he answered, be wanted mo. • what for* T asked linn to let me go uo stairs tlmaoht he asked how long I had been there altogether, and I answered five I days' I intended to say five years. Then he asked me if I could read English newspapers; I told him no; he said if you could you would have seen what was in it; you would have been in New York by that time if you knew; I asked what was in the newspapers; he asked n e if 1 was not on the Isles of Shoals last night and killed two women; 1 answered him that I did ■ot do such thiug. and lie brought me iuto sta tion house No. 1. I found City Marshal Johnson aud Benson there flora Portsmouth; before that policeman asked me if 1 tiad been in Portsmouth that morning, 1 told him yes, and that 1 left there after 9 o’clok; that I came to Boston before din ner, and he asked me if 1 did not hoy a new suit of clothes: I told him yes; he asked me if I did not shave my whiskers off; I told him yes; that was all conversation on the street.— When I came to Boston my beard had grown three weeks; I thought it would look a little neater; I told policeman that when lie took me I did uot know what I was saying when 1 told him I had been there five days; After I got to the station Mr. Johnson said that is the man we want; I answered him, “That’s the man,but perhaps the wrong one;” he says where is that tall hat you wore last night on Isles of Shoals; I told him I had not been on the Isles of Shoals, and had not wore a tall hat in my life; he said a woman on the Isles of Shoals has seen you with a tall hat that night; I asked him what woman; he said Mrs. Houtret; he said he had my whiskers In bis pocket that were shaved by a barber in Portsmouth; I told him to show n.e those whiskers; he did not do it; he then told me lie had found the baker where I bought bread, and that 1 had told baker that 1 was down to Isles of Shoals that night; I asked him to put the baker before me that said so; he an swered that L soon would see him; I was taken to another room: there City Marshall Johnson sripped me naked; asked me when I changed my uuderclothes; I told him I had those under clothes on me Dearly eight days; he says, you changed that in the morn ngtwhen you went to Boston; he said there-was no gentleman in Boston could wear under-clothes eight days so clean as those were; I told him I was poor, but still I was a gentleman and could wear under clothes as clean as any gentleman in the city of Boston; after my underclothes were overhauled I was put into a cell; staid in ceil till next morning; was then tauen out again uy iwu po licemen and dragged along the street by my hands; took me into some kind of building—do not know what it was; I was.put on asoat; was kept there about ten minutes, all the people looking at me; was taken from that building into another one where they took my picture; then taken out and brought to the depot.— 1 was brought to Portsmouth. When 1 came to Portsmouth the streets were crowded haloo ing, “kill him, kill him”; thought they would knock me down; Hontvet came to a side door of the station house aud halooed, “down you murderer”; I said. “Johnny, you are mis taken”; he says, “damn you, you kill m.v wife’s sister and her brother’s wife”; I said, “John. I hope you will find the right man who did it ” He says, “I have got him”; he says hanging is too good for you, and hell is too good for you; you ought to be cut to nieces aud hung on fish hooks; I told him that the net he had spread out for me to drop in be might drop in himself. He says where is that tall hat you had on that night when you was at the Shoals? 1 told him I had no tall hat; he says, what have you done with those fish you were going to buy from the schooner last night :I told him 1 did not huy any fish, that I was not out of Portsmouth that night. He told me that dory was seen that night between twelve and two o’clock going on board a vessel lying at auchor on Smutty Nose Island. He said that then the doTy was seen crossing over to the east part of tlie’island and had hailed another vessel there. 1 told him lie better look after that man that pulled to the island in the dory. Then he and his brother-in-law answered that I was the man. His brother-in-law, Evan Chriensen, told Hontvet to ask me if I could not get thi money without killing the women. I told him I never stole the money, and if I was thief I could get money without killing people. He says you stole fifteen dollars: you took a ten dollar hill out of that pocket-book, showing it to me. His brother. Matthew Hontvet showed me another pocket-book aud said I stole five dollars out of that. I told him that he was mistaken. They then left me and some more people come to see me; one was Randall living on the Isles of Shoals. I was crying w eu he spoke tome: lie says, “Louis, how do you feel?” I told him I felt bad because people thought I was the murderer. Oue man was brought to my cell and was asked if I was the same man be saw; that little policeman then told me to put my hat on, and I did so; then he asked the man if he knew me. He answered that he thought I was the 'sameunan he met at Newcastle Bridge; the policeman said all right, aud then the man went away. Two hours af ter that another man was brought there;the po liceman told me to put my hat on again, I did so. The man told me to turn around, and 1 did so; he looked at me from front, behind and both sides, and said that is not the same .man I spoke to this morning; he said bespoke to a man that morning and asked him how he got across the bridge, and he answered be put a pole across, and that I was not the same man because he had big whiskers; the policeman said 1 had my whiskers shaved off; then the man answered him, “no matter, that is not the same man.” When I was examined at South Berwick I so testified and no officer was then called to say anything about that. In the evening John son and the little man took me into the office. Then the little man said: “We are taking you here to help you,and City Marshal Johuson and I will do all we can to help you,” if I would say I had done it; that I should say I had been drunk and did not know what I was doing. I told them that I would die innocent than take my liberty agaiu as a murderer. Then he said: “Louis, there is too Bure proof against you; they will hang you; but if you say you did it in drunkenness they might give vou six or eight years. I tol l him 1 was willing to sutler, for that One who had saved me twice ont of great trouble would save me again; I meant God. i have been once overboard and I have been saved again, (here Wagner weeps violent ly.) Once I dropped in a vessel’s hold and was crippled up all over. I told him that God saved me that time and he would save me this time again. Then he put me back again in the cell. Next day I was placed before Mrs. Hontvet at the station house, and she said, “would you not like to kill me?” I was uot not allowed to answer her. She then told her story which was put on paper by a man who has Ireeu here. When she had told her story she said: “Your feet are big DUt the tracks you made that night are small; you walked on your toes that night.” She asked me whose beaver hat that was I had on While she said that her husband whispered in her ear, “not a tall hat, but say a felt hat,” I told her I had not a tall hat, and she could not tell for true that I had done the murder. Later in the evening X was taken out of the cell into the office and put into irons, and was told I was going to be brought to Portland. When I was brought out the street was crowded with people. Bocks and bricks were flying about my ears, I then turn ed aronnd and looked, and saw Mr. Hontvet nearest to me, throwing a brick or rock at me, but itstruck the little policeman. When we were on the w ay to the depot a rock struck me in the head;'put hole through my hat and cut my head; blood ran down my neck; the crowd was thick we could hardly move saw fishermen with Hontvtt trying to get to uie, but policemen kept them hack or they would have killed me. X was brought to Saco that night. The County Attorney came to me and asked me if I had a counsel; X told him no; he asked me if X wanted one; I said I did; I went into the court-room, hut there was no counsel for me. I was not on Smutty Nose Island on the |5th i ^ was *^ere three weeks before last Christmas and took ballast; never had any trouble or m-wiH with Karen or Anetoc; no difficulty with any of HontvetV They were the only friends I had. I never had auythiug against the murdered women; I was there sick; tbe women were al ways kind to me; most of the time there was only one woman there, Mrs Hontvet; I never ^aid to any one that I should have to commit murder for money. One time I and Chas. E. Johnson came into a bar-room and ho said he knocked a man down and took thirteen dollars out of his pocket. When 1 weut to Boston X had a little over twenty dollars; X had been working for that money eight weeks; X could not say who paid me; Burke paid me live dol lars not long before this happened; I was not in the forecastle while I was baiting trawls the night of the murder; got one dollar for baiting those. 1 blistered my hands sculling the dory. X showed them to two sons of Mr. Burke and to Peter Burke; I took a needle and opened the blisters and let the blood out. The shirt has never been shown me since 1 left Portsmouth. It never had blood on it while I had it. The boots shown are mine. The shirt shown me is not mine; I ssid in South Berwick I thought from what the girl said that the shirt was mine but I said I wanted to see it first; I had the jumper and frock on the morning of the mur der, and the overalls I wore every day; I did not at any time put a shirt in the vault. At the request of the foreman, Wagner ap plied the white shirt wristbands|to his wrist and the collar binding to his neck. The associated Eress report says that the wristbands were a aif inch too small. A New Hampshire Tragedy.—A special to the Journal dated Nashua, June 14, says; This morning the people of Hudson were thrown into great commotion by the report that a terri ble shooting affair had occurred in the north part of the town, in which the victims were young people, the woman being one of the belles of the place, respectably connected. From the best information we can obtain it appears ttiat a young man named Henry Jewett, twenty-five years of age , has been endeavoring to force his suit with Miss Ella Wood, daughter of Charles \\ood. Miss Wood rejected his offer of mar **er parents were also opposed to it. r 9 ™orn'n(t Jewett visited the farm house of Mr. Wood, aud during an interview with Miss Wood pulled from his pocket a six-shooter, aimed at her head and fired. Tlie ball entered her forehead just above the eye and lodged un der the skiu. She fell upon the floor, but not insensible, and it is hoped the wound is not mortal. Jewett then passed from the house to the yard, when lie met Mr Wood and endeav ored to assassinate lmn. Mr. W ood caught the enraged man hy the throat, warded off the aim of the pistol, and so fortunately escaped. Jew ett then put tile pistol to his own ear and dis charged it, the ball entering his heaa and caus ing, as it is reported, a wound that must prove fatal. The indications are that it was his in tention to murder the whole family. Delegates. The Republican caucus at Deering, Saturday afternoon elected the following delegates to the Bangor Convention, said to be “true blue Stone”: Horace L. Millikcn, J. S. Ricker, An drew Hawes, Andrew J. Chase, W. R. Johnson aud J. C. Cobb. Falmouth has elected E. H. Starbird, Smith Barber and Lorenzo Leightou, a’.l of whom were unanimously instructed to vote for Mr. Diugley. At the Gorham caucus Saturday night the following gentlemen were elected: Frederic Robie, Stephen Hinkley, Merrill T. Files, Mark Mosliier, Rufus A. Fogg, Samuel Cressev. The delegation is reported as “mixed” as to prefer ences among the candidates. Cultivation of Fish in Ditches and Ponds.—Much attention is now being paid in Germany to the cultivation of fish in ponds and ditches, and it has been found, contrary to the generally received opinion in reference to such localities, that they are more favorable for the purpose than other large bodies of water, apparently fresh aud pure in their char acter. This is doubtless owing to the great abundance of animal life, as well as to the more decided concentration of vegetable sub (tauces in the form of living plants of different kinds, including the alga;. This produces a constant evolution of oxygen needed for the respiration of the fish, a :d allows a larger mass of life to be crowded together ill a given space. The production of the species is also unusually rapid, and the young grow very quickly.' News aud Other Items. Long Branch has hotel accommodations for about 7000 persons. Five hundred grain laden cars await discharge at West Philadelphia. Barnmn will spend $750,000 for advertising this year, and will make $800,000 by it. Print ers’ ink pays. Gen. John Sidney Jones, who was confined in the insane asylum at Harrisburg, escaped, re" cently. Seveuteou factories in East Kidingly, Conn., have stopped work, owing to the prevalence of ■mall-pox. uregou papers report me crops goon. men* will be, at a safe calculation, 600,000 bushels of grain raised in Umpqua valley alone. The Boston Journal says that the selection of Judge Sanger as U. S. District Attorney gives general satisfaction to the members of the bar and the public generally. A comparative statement of the appropria tions of the second and third sessions of the Forty-third Congress shows that the last ses sion expended twenty millions more than the second. The river Neva was frozen over for the s»c ond time this year, at St. Petersburg, on the 16th of May, large bodies of ice having drifted in from Lake Lagoda. It remained frozen for several days. Mr. Croftusrecently died at Jacksonvile, Ind. and his brother-in-law and son-in-law had a terrible fight as to the precise locality in which the remains should be deposited. After the row it became necessary to get a new coffin, the old one having suffered somewhat in the cen flict. _______ STATE NEWS. ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY. The hearing in the injunction case on the Lewiston & Auburn Railroad occured at Lewis ton last Friday. Nathan Webb of Portland, A. Libby of Augusta and Messis. Frye & Cot ton of Lewiston, appeared for the petitioners, John Rand of Portland, City Solicitoi Cornish and Judge Morrill appeared for the city. Judge Danforth reserved his decision. Eighteen hundred children belonging to the public schools of Lewiston, held a tioral festi val last Friday. And now the careless boys have begun to lodge stray bullets iu the houses at Lewiston. The Journal says that a member of the firm of Jay Cooke & Co., of New York, sold to a single party iu this State last week, Northern Pacific bonds to the amount of $150,000. Lewiston lias a doctor who drives curious ur chins from his office, and blue jays from his martin roost, by means of electricity. The wires are laid on the floor of his offies, and along the ridge pole of the martiu house. It is amusing to witness an operation. AROOSTOOK COUNTY. Samuel Morrison of Linneus, trot'ed a horse from Houlton to Linneus Corner, 8 1-3 miles in 28j minutes on Wednesday last. It was done on a wager. KENNEBEC COUNTY. The new hall of the Dirigo Lodge of Masons at China, was dedicated last Thursday. Large delegations from neighboring towns were pres ent. Rev. C. C. Mason, Grand Chaplaiu, de livered the ora'ion. His subject was “The love of that which is ours." A selfish love is inherent in man, we love those things which are in our possession We dislike those who dis like that which we love. The general scope of the oration was to show that if a man of the masonic order feels that he has the best wife, the brightest, prettiest children, the fastest horse, the cleverest dog, the most convenient and tasteful home, the soundest opinions in re ligion and politics, it will be the pleasure of the Order to confirm him therein, and iu every thing else iu nature and art, which he has in his judgment and taste selected to meet the pecul iar traits of his nature. White perch are caught iu abundance above the dam at Augusta. This is an unusual oc currence. O. Prescott of Augusta, was severely jam med a few days since by a horse backing a wagon against him. The semi-annual meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Insane Hospital, met at that in stitution last Thursday and Friday. Miss L)r. Meservey was continued as assistant physi cian. There was found to be a cash balance on hand of $15,000. Allen Lambard of Augusta, is building a half mile track for the exercise of his own colts. ilie body of the son of i. Haskell of Vas salboro’ who was recently drowned, was recov ered June 2d. Improvements in the saw mills at Vassalboro are going on, so says the Journal. A man named Damren, has been arrested at Belgrade for burglarizing the dwelling of J. Hafictt of the same town. The Knickerbocker Ice Company arc empty ing their ice bouses on the Kenuebec. LINCOLN COUNTY. A new granite quarry has been opened at Biroh Point by Ira Sturgis. PENOBSCOT COUNTY. The South New burg Cheese Factory is in successful operation. The gauge of the E. & N. A, Railroad is be ing narrowed to four feet eight and a half inches. Bangor has appropriated §T>00 for the Fourth. The citizens contribute au equal amount. PISCATAQUIS COUNTY. E T. Mouroe of Foxeroft, has a horse that trots in 2.28. Press Correspondence. A young man named Macomber of Park man, fell through a stable scuttle June 9th aud was taken up insensible. Our people are busy “inending their ways” at 12£ cents an hour. SOMERSET COUNTY. C. D. Lawrence of Fairfield sends a walnut duor to the Hospital Fair. WASHINGTON COUNTY. Last Wednesday, Mr. Simpson of the firm of Simpson & Clapp of New York, was thrown from a carriage in Macliias and killed. Crave fears are entertained for the grass crop in this county. I. Vance of Baring, is one hundred aud two years old, ""as last week a slight breeze in i dis a ladvC coile .Tr“SCOtf Tl™ teacher, who was uirl Ge<1.a g!rl’ and ‘he Parents of the 8wor for ft 1 t!: t®acher before a justice to au swer for t. 1 be teacher was exonerated. dav last witLtbe 8teanier M- E- Shaw, one tera lareo 3ui,8aW uPon the surfaco of the wa gjven aml trn,1 «PParently dying. Chase was month - CaPtured « had in its stuck in three feet long, which was stuck in the throat of the toguc. a ais is to have a yacht race soon. nnrt'ii';l1.TreijC!1’ a Prominent citizen of East port died suddenly fast Sunday. , YORK COUNTY. a new coal °‘ Biddeford, are to erect a new coal house of 1000 ton*eap4city. 3 (100 fKkfw Turk, expect to turu out 3,uoo,000 bricks the present season. her liTt-bor^ if**',11* up 60 ‘he ini|>ortaiice of Intern Ranm^PPi"8 now ‘hat the town d ''xtcnsion is to strike the Kittery is to have a new $4,000 school-house. Saco has a wen known crazy mau named renn\.wll°’ arn’od with an axe, attempted to kill Major Willets last Thursday “Jim’s” mother was the only one in the crowd that dared to handle him. He is still at large. IN GENERAL. The State Bornological Society have issued a pamphlet containing the Bv-Laws and pro ceedings of the society. 1 Gen Butler received a $1000 fee for his plea at Augusta recently. Poiaooing the Sick. There never was > specialty In medicine that wae not pirated. Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters Is no ex ception to the general rule. Fraud f dlows in the track of the Great Vegetable Keetorative as it makes the circle of the world, and offers Ite pernicious 1ml tations to the sick at every turn, anxious to drench the public with their trash. The imitators and coun terfeiters Oder it by the gallon, the barrel, the hogs head, as well as by the bottle. Beware of this deluge of abominations. Bear in mind that the true article Is sold in bottles only, and the impress of genuine ness is to be found upon the glass itself as well as up on the finely engraved government stamp and tbeele gant lat»el. The great vegetable ionic prevents and cures all bilious disorders and comp’ainrs of the di gestive organs and the nervous system, maladies up on which the vile imitations produce no more efiect than the Pope's Bull upon the comet. SPECIAL NOTICEs7~ MANUFACTURERS IIBE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO., OF BOSTON", MASS. Paid up Cash Capital, 8500,000. The subscriber having been appointed Agent ot the above Company may be found at the office ot MESSRS. WARWICK & FOYE, NO. 5 EXCHANGE STREET, prepared to insure against losses by fire at favorable rates. Dwellings and Furniture insured for one, three or five years. RUFUS W. DEERING. i julG sntf YY ’ Y YTTTTY Time Testa the merits of all Things. 1840. For Over Thirty Years, 1878. PERRY DAVIS’ PAIN-KILLER Has been tested in every variety of climate, and by almost every nation known to Americans. It is the constant companion and inestimable friend of the missionary and the traveler, on the sea or land, and no one should travel on our Lakes or Rivers without it. Since the PAIN-KILLER was first introduced, and met with such extensive sale, many Liniments, Reliefs, Panaceas, and other Remedies have been offered to the public, but not one of them has attain ed the truly enviable standing of the PAIN-KIL LER. Why Is This Sp! It is because DAVIS’ PAIN-KILLER is what it claims to be a Reiievor of Pain. IlD merits are Unsurpassed. If you are suftering from INTERNAL PAIN, Twenty to Thirty l rops in a Little Water will al almost instantly cure you. There is nothing to equal it for Colic, Cramp., Spaama, Heart-barn, Diarrhea, Dyaentery, Flax, XV,ad in the Bowelr, Sou. Stomach. Branca ain, Sick Headache, dke. In sections ot the country where FEVER HD AGEE prvails, there is no remedy held In greater esteem. Persons traveling should keep it by them. A few drops, in water, will prevent sickness or bowel troubl. from change of water. From foreign countries the calls for Fain-Killer are great. It is found to Cure Cholera when all other Remedies Fail. USED EXTERNALLY, AS A LINI 5 . r> quicker ease iu Bums, Cuts, Bruises, Sprains, Stings from Insects, and Scalds. It removes the fire, and the wound heals like ordln ary sores Those suffering with RHEUMATISM, GOUT, or NEURALGIA, If not a positive cuie, they find the Piun Kuler gives them relief when no other remedy will. It gives instant relief from Aching Teeth. Evory House-Keeper should keep it at hand, and apply it on the first attack of any Pain. It will give satisfactory relief, and save hours of suffering. Do not trifle wifh yourselves by testing untried remedies. Be sure you call for and get the genuine PAIN-KILLER, as many worthless nostrums are attempted to be sold on the great reputation of this valuable medicine. GST1'Directions accompany each bottle. Price 95 cts., 50 els., and 91 per Bottle. Jul6 eodlmsn Notice. The Maine Eclectic Medical Society will hold their next annual Meeting at the Preble House Pori land, WEDNESDAY, June 25th, 1873, at 10 o’clock A. M. jul6tdsn* Per Order. SUMMER "SUITING S, JBKT RECEIVED AT ROLLINS A BOND’S, NO. 90 middle: street. i^-CALI. AND SEE THEM_^J julD BDtf SCROFULA. Scrofulous' Humors. If Vegetine will relieve pain, cleanse, purify and cure such diseases, restoring the patient to perfect health after trying different physicians, many reme dies, suffering for years, is it not conclusive proof, if you are a sufferer, you can be cured? vVhy is this medicine informing such great cures? It works in the blood, in the circulating fluid. It can truly be •ailed the Great Blood-Purifier' The great source of disease originates in the blood; and no medicine that does not act directly upon it, to purify and ren ovate, has any just claim upon public attentiou. When the blood becomes life1 eas ana stagnant, either from change of weather or climate, want of exercise, irregular diet, or from any other cacse, the Vege tine. will renew the blood, carry off' the putrid bu humors, cleanse the stomach, regulate the bowels, and impart a tone of vigor to the wrale body. Tho conviction is, in the public mind as well as in the medical profession, that the remedies supplied by the Vegetable Kingdom are more safe, more successful, in the cure of disease, than miueral medicines. Veg etine is composed of roots, barks, and herbs. It is pleasant to take and perfectly safe to give an infant. In Scrofula the Vegetine has performed w onderful cures, where many other remedies have failed, as will be seen by the following unsolicited testimonial: A Walking Miracle. Mr. H. R. Stevens: Dear Sir,—Though a stranger I want to inform you what Vegetine has done for me. Last Christmas, Scrofula made its appearance in my system—large running ulcersappearing on me as follows: One on each of my arms, one on ray thigh, which extended to the scat, one on my head, which eat into the skull bone, one on my left leg, which be came so bad that two physicians came to amputate the limb, though upon consultation concluded not to do so, as my whole body war so full of Scrofula they deemed it advisable to cut the sore, which was pain ful beyond description, and thero was a quart of mat ter run from this one sore. The physicians all gave me up to die, and said they could do no more for m®. Both of my legs were drawn up to my seat, and it was thought if I did get up again I would be a crip ple for life. When in this condition I saw’ Vegetine advertis edjand commenced taking it in March, and followed on with it, until I had used 16 bottles, and this morn ing I am going to plough corn, a well man. A1 my townsmen say it is a miracle to see me round walking anil working. In conclusion I will add, when I was enduring such great suffering, from that dreadful disease, Scrofula. I prayed to the Lord above to take me out of this wor’d, but as Vegetine has restored to me the bles sings of health, I desire more than ever to live, that I may be of some service to my fellow man and I know of no betier way to aid suffering humanity, than to enclose you this statement of my case, with an earnest hope that you will publish it, and it will a , ,, ,me pleasure to reply to any communication which I may receive therefrom. I am, Sir, very respectfully. WILLIAM PAYN. Avery, Berri&n Co., Mich., July 10th, 1872.

jul6 lwendsn BONDS! BONDS of western cities and connties, 10 per cent, interest and principal payable in the east. Private property as well as public rea lied. Debts very small in proportion to property and therefore easily paid. Careful investors are invited to call and examine the Bonas. L *ws and Decisions of the courts upon such securities and will find them very safe. Tnere is nothing better. CHARLES M. HAWKES, feb7snt28 Exchange st., Portland. IjAJUI JLS SUITS. A Large Assortment —AT— EASTMAN, BROS. White Lawn Snits, at $3.75 to $20.00. Grass Cloth Suits, at $4.50 to $10.00. Mantle, Batiste, and Tasso Linen Suits, at $6.00 to $25.00 Linen and Lawn Polonaises and Dusters. MISSES “YACHT’’ SUITS, With Hats to Match. EASTMAN, BROS., 332 Congress St. jul2 dtf SPORTSMAN’S FRIEND ! C U L E X I F U Cx E . A sure preventative from Mosquitoes, black Flies, &«. WHOLESALE & RETAIL, At the Fishing Tackle Store of CH4S. DAY, JR. dt CO., 04 exchange street. junl‘2 <1bii4w EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS. The annual examination of candidates for positions as teachers In the public Schools of Portland, will be held in the Girls’Koran, High School Building, on WEDNESDAY, July 2,1873, at 2 o’clock, P. M. W. H. SHA1LER, GEO. W. TllUE. STANLEY T. PULLBN, CHARLES F. LIBBY, CHARLES J. CHAPMAN, Examining Board. Portland, Juno IP, 1873. jul2sndtd To Lei. THE commodious four storied Brick Store, No. 57 Commercial St.—immediate posession given. Inquire of ELIAS THOMAS A CO., No. 90 Commercial St. Or ot W. W. THOMAS, Canal National Bank. septl2sntf SPECIAL NOTICES. Go and see the Ladies' Suita D. C. G OLDER, is selling for $5.75 ELEOANT WHITE LAWN SUIT, only $7.50, worth $16. £> FREE STRKKT. ACTUAL FACT ! A LLAMA LACE SAC«(UE, For $13.50, really worth $20. PARASOLS, SUN-UMBRELLAS & SHOWERETTES. TOURIST, W A LKI NO-STICK, CROOK AND CLUB-HANDLE. II* ALL THE NEWEST SHADES AND COLORS, FRO.H ONE TO TEN DOLLARS. D. C. G O L D E R, NO. 5 FREE STREET. White Lawn Suits, Grass Cloth Suits, Linen Batiste Suits, Plain Liueu Suits, dec. Berlin Suits in all the newest and most Fashionable Shades. 5 FREE STREET. apr22 sneod3m BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE. This splendid Hair Dye is the best in the world. The only True and Perfect Dye. Harmless Reliable and Instantaneous; nodisappointment; no ridiculous tint a or unpleasant odor. Remedies the ill fleets of bad dyes washes. Produces Immediately a superb Black or Natural Brown, and leaves the hair clean, soft and beautiful. The Genuine, signed W. A. vchelor. Sold by all Druggists. CHAS. BATCHELOR, Prop., JS. Y. ld*w ivrs N HOME SECURITIES. State of Maine Bends, t’< City of Portland, municipal 6’. “ *• •* Railroad O’a Portland & Ogdcnsburg, Portland Diriaien, Go d 6’a Portland Sc Ogdenaburg, Vermont Diriaion, Cold, 0’s maine Central Conaela, 7’a Portland 0c Kennebec Conaela, 0,a Andreeceggin 0c Kennebec. 0’a Leeds 0c Farmingten. 0's Pertland 0c Kennebea Railread Stack, (guaranteed), 0’a —FOR SALE BY— J- B. BROWN & SONS, BANKERS, ; 40 EXCHANGE STREE. | juu9 M&Thsntf A BOOK FOR EVERY HAM. THE “SCIENCE OF LIFE, OR SELF PRES ERVATION,’’ a Medical Treatise on the Cause and Cure of Exhausted Vitality, Premature Decline in Man, and Nervous and Physical Debilitv, Hypochon dria, Impotency. Spermatorrhoea or Seminal Weak ness, and other diseases arising flora the errors of youth or the indiscretions or excesses of mature years. This is indeed a book for every man. Thou sands have been taught by this work the true way to health and happiness. It is the cheapest and best medical work ever published, and the only one on this class of ills worth reading. 190th edition, revis ed, much enlarged, illustrated, bound in beautiful French cloth. Price only $1. Sent by mall, post paid, on receipt of price. Address PEABODY MED ICAL INSTITUTE, No. 4 Bultinch street, Boston, Mass., or Dr. W. H. PARKER, Assistant Physician. N. B. The author may be consulted on tbe above as well as all diseases requiring skill and experience. ; mar3lsneod*5fcwly FISHING TACKLE! All kinds of tackle for Trout or Picker ell Ashing. Wholesale and Retail. G. Mj. BAILEY, 48 Exchange Street, Selling Agent for DU FONT’S GUNPOWDER, myl6 sneodtf 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. my7 sn3m REMOVAL. CHARLES M H4WKES, — DEALER IS — Western City and County BONDS. Office removed to 96 MIDDLE STREET. Junta sntf BANK OF PORTLAND. On, and after this date, the un-Jei 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 PORTLANB” and as such, will receive Deposits and make Discounts, in the regular oeurso of the Banking Business. W. N. GOOLD. Portland, June 24th, 1872. jun23newlt then sn tf A. PARSOXS, 1U. D., DENTIST, Has removed to NO. 13 MARKET SQUARE. Ey SPECIALTY—Administration of Ether for tho purpose of extracting teeth without pain. Junta sntf Cooking Ranges. First class Cooking Ranges airul Stoves CHEAP FOR CASH, call and see before purchasing. Also Ice chests coolers and Refrigerators. FREDERICK BUCKNAM, No. 199 Fore *t. Porfland He. (Between Exchauge and Plum St.) my3lsn3ir F I RE WORKS. Wholesale Head-Quarter* for FIRE WORKS, CRACKERS, TORPEDOES, Ac., Ac., AT LOW PRICE.! CUTTER, H YD B & CO., Send for Price List. 52CHAUNCY ST.. Boston Junta snaw SPECIAL NOTICES. CIGAR*: CIGARS! CIGARS! Tobacco, Tobacco, Tobacco. PIPES, PIPES, PIPES. Chtroota, eleven dollar* per 1O00. Tobacco from 45 ernta per ponud lo *•1.50, and Pipe. from one cent each to *IU0enrh. All the above can he had at STEBJlIXjS CIGAR STORE, 300 Congress Street, Portland. — WHOLESALE. Cigars very good for $17 per 1000. New Time*, Old Tine*, ‘'Havana Clems,’’ No Brands And many other Brands of our make. lam in a position to sell at lower rales than any other Manu facturer or Jobber in the State. K. NATHAN, (Late C. II BTKBBINS,) (ISO Congress Street Portland. ju5 sn3m Piano Tnhing. Orders attended to personally by ED. B. ROBINSON, Piano Booms, 5 Cahoon Block# (Opposite City Hall.)_ mar28-d3m. 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 show; Things which our fathers never knew, Nor dreamed of fifty years ago. See wliat improvements at Fenno’s, Where boys can buy a “suit complete” 01 handsome reasonable “clothes,” Corner of Beach and Washington street Jullsnlw__ Boston. Society of the Army and Kary of the Gulf. The adjourned meeting of the Executive and Local Committees of the Society of the Army and Navy of the Gulf will take place at the Falmouth Hotel on MONDAY, June 16th, at 8 P. M. All officers who served in the Department of the Gulf are requested to be present. GEO. F. SHEPLEY, ALBERT W. BRADBURY, Executive JOHN F. GODFREY HENRY T. CARTER. Committee. JOHN M. GOULD, LOCAL COMMITTEE. Frank Fessenden, Horatio N. Jose, Geo. L. Beal, Seth Farrington, Seth C Gordon, Enoch Knight, H. B. Cleaves, Neai Dow. B. B. Murray, Win. P. Jordan, W. K. Kimball, Edward H. Wilson, David R. Hastings, Frank H. Coffin. Jul*__sn2t FOR MOTH, PATCHES, FRECKLES And TAN, use PERRY’S Moth and Freckle Lotion. It is reliablp and harmless, Sold by Druggists everywhere. Depot, 4# Bond St., N. Y. mar22U&wsn6inl7 To the Public. The Society for the Prevention ot Cruelty to Ani mals respectfully gives nolieo that Alonzo H. Libby, Constable, whose office is at No. 80 Middle street, (up stairs) has been appointed Agent of the Society. The public are 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 brougnt to speedy and strict Per order. _ mtf SMOKERS’ ATTENTION is called to the new method of selling cigars, adopted by A.G-. SCHLOTTERBECK, APOTHEC ARY, 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. jnlO-lw-sn FOR PIMPLES ON THE FACE* Blackhead and Flesh worm, use PERRY’S improv ed Comedone and Pimple Remedy, the great skin medicine. Prej»ared only by Dr. B. C. PERRY, Dermatologist, 49 Bond St., N. Y. Sold by Druggists rerywhere. nuu22d&wsn6ml7 _ MARRIED. In Cape Elizabeth, June 10. by Rev. A. K. P. Small, Hcnlon W. Cousins of Raymond, N. H., and Mary A. Parker of Cape Elizabeth. In Falmouth, June 12, by Rev. W. H. Haskell, D. C. McCallar of Cambridge, Mass., and Miss Sarah Crabtree of Falmouth. DIED. In this city, June 14, Martha Bancroft, daughter of Charles and Lucy D. Davis. [Funeral services this (Monday) afternoon, at 3 o’clock, at St. Luke’s Cathedral. In Cape Elizabeth. June 14. Mrs. Huldah Atwood, aged 78 years 9 months. [Remains to be taken to Bristol, N. H„ for burial.] miniature Almanac.June 16. Sun rises.4.23 I Moon rises. AY. Sun sets.7.38 I High watei.4.00 PM MARINE NEWS. PORT OF PORTLAND. sin turd ay, June 14* ARRIVED. Steamer Falmouth, Colby, Halifax, NS- -passengers and mdse to John Porteous. Steamer Dirigo, Johnson, New York — passengers and mdse to Henrv Fox. Sch Abbie Pitman, Lombard, Baltimore—coal to Gas Co. Sch Wm Doming, Mitchell. Philadelphia—coal to Sami Rounds & Son. Sch N & H Gould, Wixon. Philadelphia—coal to W E Dennison. Sch E G Willard, Wallace, Philadelphia. Sch Martha Maria, Veazie, Port Johnson—coal to Jos H Poor & Bro. Sch George & Kmily, Hutchinson, New York—coal to II L Paine & Co. Sch Onward, Grace, Boston. Sch G W Reed, Joyce. Swan’s Island. Sch Lucy Ann, Lowell, Thomaston—lime to C A B Morse & Co. Sch Wild Rover, Prince. Camden. SchRobt Woodruft, Lewis, Wiscasset. Sch Senator, Orne, Westport. CLEARED. Steamer Carlotta, Mulligan, Halifax, NS —John Porteous. Barque N M Haven, Hall, Matanzas—Geo S Hunt. Sell Alpha, (Br) Boudrot, Cow Bay CB—Yeaton & Boyd. Sch H T Townsend, Hersey, Windsor, NS—master. Sch Winona, Jackson, Boston—Bunker Bros. Sch Josephiue. Brown. Millbridge—Ryan & Kelsy. Sch L A Johnson, Mahlman, Eastport—master, Barque Reunion, 450 tous, built at Waldoboro in 1868. and now on the passage from Sourabaya to Bos ton, has been sold to Capt F P Emerson, of York, Me. for $16,000. The new schr Addie Jordan, built at Saco, was to be launched 14th inst. She is a fine vessel of about 300 tons, owned by the Saco Shipbuilding Co, and to be commanded by Capt Amos Leavitt. Thenewscbr Stephen Davol, built by Adams & Hitchcock of Bath, was launched 14tli. She will re gister about 900 tons, is to be commanded by Capt R P Reynard, and bails from Fall hiver. She is charter ed for two i rips from Pictou to Portland at $3$. mKJnUKAiUDA. Sch Grace B West of Surry, foundered at sea pre vious to the 7th inst. The captain, wife, three chil dren and seven men, were picked up in a boat on the 9tb inst, iat 35 15. Ion 70 19, bv a German barque and brought to New York. The Grace B West saield from Philadelphia May 31st for Galveston with railroad iron, and on the 4»h of dune sprung a leak which gained rapidly on the pumps, and on the 7th she was abandoned with 6$ feet water in the hold. The crew had been in the boat two days when rescued. Sch Flora A King was in collision with schr Day light of Bath on the 12th inst, and had starboard bow stove in, foremast broken, jibs torn, deck started, and a bad leak opened She put into Vineyard-Haven for repairs. The Daylight carried away jibboom and part of head gear. DOMESTIC PORTS. PENSACOLA—Ar 9th, sch Zeuobla, Peterson, from Rockport. JACKSONVILLE—Ar 6th, schs J G Drew. Carter, Belfast; Campbell, Eaton, Boston; M W Drew, Cha pin, Belfast. Cld 6th, sch Jas A Crooker. Currier, Portsmouth. Ar 7th, schs A L McMcen, Me Keen, and Ida Lewis, Huestis, New York; Alma, Sanborn, and Ben Bor land. do. Cld 7th, schs Harry White, Hopkins, New York; Millie Trim, Trim, Bath; James Wall, Grover, New Haven. FERNANDINA—In port 6th, barque Sarab A Sta ples. Shute, Idg; schs Cbas Sawyer, Mullen, and J F Willey, Willey, do. BRUNSWICK GA—Ar 7th, brig Nimwaukec, Per kins, New York, to load for do. Cld 9tli. sell Winner. Nash. Harrington. SAVANNAH—Ar 12th, sch Lucy M Collins, Col lins, Bath. Cld 12th, sch Effic J Simmons, Harrington, Jack sonville. Sid 12th, schs Florence Rogers, Sheppard, NYork; Wm Conuors, Toole. Philadelphia. CHARLESTON—Sid 12lh. sch G L Bradley, Chip man. Providence. WILMINGTON—Ar 10th, sch Georglo D Loud, Holbrook. Rockport. NEWBERN, NC—Ar 8th, sch M A McCann, Call, Rockport. ALEXANDRIA—Ar 11th, schs Marion Draper, Meady, and Lconessa, Meyers, Boston; F H Odiorne, Crowell, from Providence; Margie, McFaddeu.Wlnd nor. NS. FORTRESS MONROE—Ar 13th, sch Waltieinu Parkor. Rio Janeiro. Ar 13th, brig Hiram AbifT, from Baltimoro for Pro gress. BALTIMORE—Ar 12tb, sch Cbas W Holt, Delay Providence. Cld 12lb, brigs Orbit. Nash, Boston: Loch Isimoml Gilchrist. Galveston; schs Onru.t, Romcr ^m,™n; Howard, >> coster, Boston. Sid, barque Almoner, for West Indloa PH 1LADELPH1 A—Ar 12th, sch Albert Mason Rose. Gardiner; Windward, Lord. Norfolk gd « ^b«ton. ftrhiCarrie Rnn««ii D*F,Sarney* Tun,or> {"r Boston; onp wT<?f1 Baracoa; Thomas N lan " b^Saw emi K11»- Gfindell. Gardiner; Vo NEW YORK—Ar 12th, barque Thos Pope. Richard - r^r.iPnoD0roVia 39 day8; br'S fT A Jevereux, Curtis, ii 8 ?.<1ayR’ Pcb® Ralph Carlron. Patten, Sagua }.n, ay8;T £la[y Ellen, Hawkins. Eleuthera 7 days; Beitba J Fellows, Smith, Windsor, NS; Alice Oakes, Marson, Gardiner; Silas McLoon, S|>ear, Rockland; Alligator, McGregor. Calais; Bramhall, Hamilton. Clark’s Island; Delaware, Snow.Rockland for Savan nah; G M Barter, Allen, Boston. Ar 13th. brig N Stowers. Savage. Arroyo 14 days; Spoilsman. Blanchard, Caibarien 31 days; Bertlia Souder, Wooster, Sagua 12 days; M B Dyer, Rand, Governor’s Harbor, Nellie Crowell. Crowell, Jack sonville; Haruiona. Sylvester, Charleston; Annie Murchie, Merrill, Charleston; Carrie S Webb, Ho man, Georgetown; Whitaker, Cotton, Sbulee. NS; Martha Weeks, Torray, Beltant; Alaska, Thorndike. Portland; J F Carver, Norwood, Calai*; Merrill 0 Hart, KatvIey.Dix ialnnd; Congress, York. Portland; | Rival. Duntun, Providence; Neptaue’s Bride, Grier- 1 son. Fall River; Cnxtilllan, Johnson, do; Malabar, McCarty, Bangor; Maracaibo, Henly, Providence. 1 Cld 13tb. barque Waldo, Pressev, Cadiz; Albert, | Hubbard, Calais; brig Anna M Knight, Edwards, Trinidad; sells May Evelyn, Hickcn.aud Lady Wood bury, Woodbury, Portland. Sid 12th, shiti S F tlersey, for Bristol; barque Har- ! vest Boon, for Trieste. Passed through Hell Gate 12th, schs Abner Taylor. Dodge, Port Johnson tor Salem; Almeda. Smith, do for Portland; Huntress, Brown, New York tor New buryport; Jachin. Kane, from Kondout lor Portland; Ametica. Ingraham. Iiu Komlout tor Boston; Nettie Cushing. Jameson, New York lor do ; I. Holwav, Brvaut, Hoboken for Boston. Passed do lotli, schs Harbinger, Parker. Hoboken for Portland; Annie Gus, Sawyer, (m New York for Newburynort; Josie. Look, Port Johnson for Ports mouth; Lady Woodbury, and May Evelyn, N York for Portland;' Lunet, Hinds, do for Calais. PROVIDENCE—Ar 12th,sebs Hatan. Farrell, Ells worth; Marcellus, Sherman, Bangor. Ar thth, schs J Tinker, Stewart, and Damon, John son, Calais; Olive, Warren, Machias; Doris, Kief, , Ellswmrh; J C Koker. Tavlur; HannJe Westbrook, , Littlejohn; Casco Lodge, Pierce, and Win Thomas, j Littlejohn, Portland. towii ntth’Bch Ra,l'h •>I Hayward, Doanc, George B;mgorL KIVER-Ar 13th, neb Maria Foss, Rand, more BaiteJlvrrrfAiV^NT„Ar s s Bick' Clark » Waldoboro; Emma W Day, Port*JoliU3on tor 1Portsmouth10"6 ’ Wat"l°‘>’ Peck In port, schs Sargent s Hay, repairing icak. « a Rice, repairing sails; Jennie o Russ leik,-’ A NEW BEDFORD-A r 13th. nch’s Frank M,Hn I Wood, Calais; H P Cushing, Mann, Bangor aria’ Sid 13th, sch Willie Luce. Talbot, Baltimore BOSTON—Ar, brig Zavilla William*, Veazie Pbiladelnbia; schs Nulato, Small, Arroyo: Wm 11 I Mailer, Crowell. Philadelphia; Clara Smith, Keen, I do; CP Gernsb. Walker, and Gen Banks, Soule, \ New York; Willis Putnam, Noble, Calais; Smith Tuttle. Southard. VViscasset. Cld 13ih.shi|i Nevada, Lunt, Calcutta; sch Tele- 1 graph, Smith, Roekport. Ar 14th, brig Jessio Rhynas, Willis, Cienfuegos; , schs Eugene, Manchester,St Stephens NB; W S .lor- I dan, Crowell, Baltimore; Com Kearnev. Metcalf, fm Philadelphia; Maria Roxana. Palmer, do; Freedom, Kelley. Machias; Nictous. Stront, Millhridge; Eliza Frances. Henley, ami Challenge. Higgius Bangor; j Sylph, Dunton. \Voolwich; Ellen H Gott, Spear, and Concord. Gray, Rockland; Cameo. McCarty, Bellast; Buena Vista, Soule, and Superior. Sylvester. Wlscas set; Isaac Yansant, Lindsey, Portland; Adoie.Good ing, do. Cld 14th, sch Pioneer. (Br) Baxter, Portland. SALEM—Ar 12th, *cli Bagaduce, Devereux, fr- m Baltimore. FOREIGN FORTH. Ar at Melbourne 8th inst, barque Columbia, May hew. Burrard inlet. Sid fm Gravesend 29th ult, ship Edward O’Bren, Oliver, St John. NB. Sid fra Montevideo Apl 23. barque American Lloyds Park, New York. Ar at Rio Janeiro 5th u!t, barque Ada Carter, Harden, Savannah. At Rio Janeiro 1 Itli ult, ship Bunker Hill, Davis, dlsg, lor Ea*»t Indies. Ar at Havana 12th inst. barqne Elba, Peterson, fm New York. At Matanzas Cth Inst, brig Anita Owen, PetleugUl, lor Falmouth, E, (takes 600 hluls sugar at 66s Cd. Arat St John, NB, 12th inst. schs Geo G Jewett, Finiay, rnd Irving. Azovedio, portland; GF Baird. Baird; Rosswell, Hurlbut; Sr.ow Bird, Cripps, and Emily S. Ward, Portland; 13th, barque Walton,Tho mas, Boston; schs Temperance Bell. Belvea, and Ocean Belle, Wasson, Portland: Allegro. McKellar, Machias. CM 12tb, scl) J L Cotter. Natter, Portland. [Latest by European steamers.1 Sid Im Liverpool 31st, Kate Davenport, Otis, for New York. Cld 31st. Northampton, MeLoon, New Orleaus. Ar at Akyab April 22, Richard McManus, Foster, Bombay. Ar at Pauillac 30th, Herman. Hichborn. New York Sid ftn Cagliari 30th ult, Jas McCarty, McCarty, tor Portland. Sid fm Cadiz 27th ult. Serena P Smith, Dodge, for New York. Sid fm Dunkirk 1st inst, Hattie E Tapley, Taplev. Cardiff. Cld at Havre 20th ult, Success,Chase. Philadelphia; 31st, Baden, Dyer, New Orleans; John Patten, Wy man. Boston. Sid fm Flushing Roads 29th ult, Nina Sheldon, Sheldon, Philadelphia. SPOKEN. June 4, off Havana, brig John Wesley, from New York for Galveston. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS OCEAN HOUSE ! OL.D ORCHARD BEACH, SACO, ME. ^ The undersigned, having assumed the pr ^'r'^ management of this favorite summer resort, announces his teadiness to lease apart <r5H71meutsby the WEEK or MONTH. for the OP* Scorning season, OPENING JUNE 16th. Facility of access to the finest Reach for Bathing and Driving on the New-Engiand Coasr; splendid Country Scenery, Fishing, Sailing, <%c., combine to render the attractions ot this Hotel superior to those of any in the country. The OCEAN HOUSE is newly completed and fur nished, capable ot accommodating Six Hundred Guests, and is only three hours* ride from Boston, by the Boston and Maine and Eastern Railroads, and only twenty-six minutes from Portland. This House will be conducted in connection with the Commonwealth Hotel. Boston. Mass. Br*TRAN?IENT BOARD, $4.00 PER DAY. COMMONWEALTH HOTEL, Washington Stieet, Boston, Mass. OCEAN HOUSE, Old Orchard Beaeb, Saco, Me. J. W. WOLCOTT, junl6 d2t EASTERN RAILROAD. PORTLAND DIVISION. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, COMMENCING MONDAY, JUNE 18th. ——-an Passenger trains leave Portland dal 1*7■!"|™aiy, for Portsmouth and Boston, (Snn -s^Silays excepted) at *1.30 a. XI. »6.t5 A. M., 9.10 A. M., H3.10 P. M., t 6.25 P. Leave Boston for Portsmouth and Portland at !|8.30 A. M, 112A0P. M., 13.15P. M., 116.00 P. M., *8.00F. M. LeaveIPortsmouth for Portland at II 10.35 A. M., 112.57 P.M., 13.40 P.M.. 118.09 P. M.. *10.05 P. M. Leave Biddeford for Portland at 7.15 a. M., return ing al 5.15 P. M. •Pullman sleeping car express tram. N. B. This train runs Sunday Morning, doe* nut run Monday morning. 4 Accommodation train. IIFaat Express. HTThe Pullman Sleeping Car Expreet Train ar rives at and departs from the Depot of the Maine Central Railroad, In Portland. N. B. The 6.15 A. M..9.10A. M-, and 3.40, P. M. trains from Portland, make close connections to New York by one or other of the routes from Boston. Passengers ticketed through bv either route, J. PRESCOT r, Supt. GEO. BACHELDER, General Agent, Portland. JulO___ dtf N O TIC E . Elm House,—Naples, Me. Tills House is long and favorbly known to the public. The Proprietor ha- decided cot to sell as advertised last February, but con tinue to keep open to Summer Boarders and _ transient ravel. With enlarged accomodation and improved equip age and every attention requis te to the enjoyment of guests. A daily mail ami the fine little Si earner Sebag> commanded bv the courteous Captain Wales, running over the lakes and connecting with Port land in the mhl»t of the nost picturesque and charm ing icen try opening so many and so complete forms of natural glory, the place deeds only to be knonwto those seeking a summer’s resort to insure the larg est and most satisfactory patronage. From a Visitor N. A. CHURCH, Proprietor. Naples June 14th. 1873. jut6d3w Farm for Sale or Exchange for Property in Portland or Vicin ity. THE best Farm in Gorham, known as the resi dence of the late Judge Longfellow. This farm contains seventy acres of superior land. Will sell whole or part. Possession given immediately. Ap ply to H. B. B(X)t)Y, on the premises. Gorham, June 16, 1873. dtf Proposals Wanted. SEALED Proposals will be received at the Select men’s office. Cape Elizabeth, until 12 M., June 21,1873, for building a pile bib lie across Long Creek Stream, in said town. Plans and specifications may be seen at their office on and after June 17th. The Selectmen reserve the tight to reject any or all bids not deemed for the interest of the town. ' THOS. B. HASKELL.) Selectmen NATHAN R. DY EH. } of ELISHA N. JORDAN.) Cape Elizabeth. Cape Elizabeth, June 13,1873. julftdlw NOTICE is hereby given, that the subscriber has been duly appointed Executrix of the will of RICHARD T. DODGE, late of Ipswich, in the County of Essex, State of Massachusetts, de ceased.and lias taken upon herself that trust by giv ing 1 Kinds as the law directs. All persons having deur .nds upon the estate of said deceased, are re quired to exhibit the same; and all persons indebt ed to said estate are called upon to make pavment to ABBY T. DODGE. Executrix, •i Ipswich, Mass. Portland, May 20, 1873. miilG llaw3w*M Copartnership. WE have addmitted MR. FRANKLIN FOX as paitncr in our firm from this date, and shall continue the same business as formerly under the firm name of PHINNEY, JACKSON A FOX. PHI.WHY & JACKNOtT. Portland, June 16,1873, (i*»w TO LET"! A PORTION of High Street WHARF, ,uitable for the Lumber trade. Apply to JACKSON & EATON, Junl6eod2w HIGH ST. WHARF. Beal Eslate lor Sale. A2J story brick bouse, 10 rooms, situated on the c rner of Alder street. Also a new 24 story wooden house. 10 rooms, arranged for two families. The entire Dro[ierty con bo purchased for Five Thou sand Dollars. Apply to F. G. PATTERSON, dealer in Real Estate. jutodlm I. O. O. F. THE Monthly Meetlngof the Mutual Relief Asso ciation of the I. O. O. F., will bo bolden at Odd Fellows Hall on Tuesday Evening, June 17th, at 74 o'clock. Per Or.let 11. C. BARNES, Sec’y. Portland, dune loth. 1873._Juul6d2t Wanted. TWO MTSKT WANTED. -AT NIXON’S SOAP WORKS. junlG *lt For Sale. A NICE cottage House of 8 rooms, on the East ern Promenade. Call on A. C. LEWIS, J tin It'd I m 12 Market Square. new advertisements. A MAN OF A THOUSAND. A CONSUMPTIVE CURED. DR. Kfl. JAAIKM, a.retired Physician, (and kv nature a chemist,/ discovered while in the p» r Indies, :t certain cure for Consumption, Asthma dram chit is, and General Debility, when his nnlvchlhi ft daughter was given up to die. His child Was cur ed, and is uow alive and well. Dedroii of isnetit ting humanity, he will send the recipe, containing full directions for making this remedy, free, on ri coipl of two stamps to pay expellees. * There is not a single symptom of Consumption that It does not at once take hold of and dissipate. Night Sweat. Pete ishn*ss. Irritation gfthe Nerves, Failure of Memory, Difficult Expectoration, Sharp Pains, in the Lungs, Sore Throat, Chilly Sensations, Nausea at the Stonvtch, Inaction of the Bowels, and Wasting away jf the Muscles. Address CRADDOCK & CO., 1.032 Rat o St., Philadelphia, Pa. giving the name oi this paper. Junl6t4w ST. CLOUD HOTEL, Old Orchard Beach, Saco, Me. This new anil elegant House will be »peue<l to visi tors June 19,18;.t. JIBS, E. JIAilKOlI, Preprint*.. Special attention given to select parties. juiedlm 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, Baggy Um brellas, Shawl and School Straps can be found at MAHER Sc CO.'s* OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. ju9 _ Isdtf BONDS. New York City .... 7 •««**• _ . 8’ Brooklyn City - O’g Jersey City - - 7'( Elizabeth City 7’» Canada Southern It. It., Gold, - 7’s B. A Cedar Rapids R. R., Gold, - 7’s Northern Pacific R. R., Gold, - 7-30' -FOB SALE BY R. A. BIRD, 97 Exchange St. _feb2> BONDS FOR SALE. Portland City - - • 0’s Bangor “ fi’g St. Louis “ ■ . - 8’s Elizabeth, N. J., - • • 7’g Cleveland “ 7’s Toledo “ ... 8’s Cook County, 111.. - - - 7’g Marion County, Ind., • - 8’s Maine Central R. R. - 7’s Portland A Rochester R. R. - 7’s Atchison, Topeka & Santc Fe Gold 7’s Northern Pacific R. R. Gold - 7-80’s Chicago, Dau. A Vln. R. R. Gold - 7’s Atlantic & St. Lawrence R. R. Stock and Dcf. Rent Scrip BOUGHT BY Swan & Barrett, IOO MIDDLE STREET. fet»24 eodtf BONDS. State of Maine - ®’s Portland & Bangor City 8’s Bath & Rockland City * * .ft’s Chicago City - - • • 7’g Wayne A Clay County, Illinois, - 7’g Toledo, Ohio, ... 7.30's Northern Pacific R. It., Gold, ■ 7.30’s Bnrlington Cedar Rapids A Minn. - 7’g Maine Central, Consolidated. * - 7’s Canada, St. John & Halifax Bank notes Bought and Sold. WM. E. WOOD, Ag’t Sent 8-dtfip 67 Exchange Mf. H.M.PAYSONclCO., Bunkers and Brokers, — OFFER FOR SALE — Portland City .... 8’s Bangor.8's Bath - - O’g Cook County .... 7s, Chicago - Toledo, Ohio - . _ . g’s Scioto County, Ohio - . 8’a Leeds A Farmington R. R., guaranteed fi's Portland A Rochester R. K. - - 7>s Maine Centra] R. R. . . . 7's Northern Pa ifle R. R. Gold - 7-30’s Government Bond.*, Bank Stocks and Gold Bought and Sold. 33 EXCHANGE STREET »P3_PORTLAND.iltf For Peak’s Island. The Peak’* l*lnud Ntcambont Company’* MTEAHER Express. CAPTAIN A. S. OLIVER, Will leave the end of Custom House Wharf dally for Evorvreen Landing, touching at .Tones’ Landing, on and alter dune 16tb, 1873, at x.45 and 10.15 A. M.,and 1.45 anti 3.15 P. M. Returning, have Evergreen Landing at II.oo A.M. aud 5.00 P. M., and Jones' Lanning at 9.00 and 11.15 A. M., and 2.00 and 5.15 P. M. On and after July 1st. will run a Morning and Eve ning trip in pleas mt weather, leaving Custom House Wharf at 7.15 A. M. and 7.15 P. M., and Jones* Land ing at 7.30 A. M. and 9.00 T. M. Fare d wn and back 25 cents, children half price. Special arrangements can be made by apH\ing to the Captain.__ Junl4if FISH ANDSALT. NOW RECEIVING 300 qlls. new and superior English Shore Cod. — ALSO IN 8TOSK — New Shore and Bank large and inert ium Cod. Pollock, (risk Had dock. Halibut, Smoked and'Pick led Horriugs, Tongues A Sounds, Trimmed Pins, Heads, superior qna'ily Bionics ness Mackerel with Nos. 1 and “A of s mo. Also Turks Island,Cadiz & Liverpool Salt DANA A CO. jn!3___ <13w Anniversary of the Battle of Bunker Hill. TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 1873. OtEASTllOIISE, 01(1 Orchard Beach, Saco, Maine. Parties desiring to pas* a pleasant day and examine the unparalleled attraction of this locality, are here by notified that the 04 KAN 1101*1? will he opened for bu'inem on TOO.’VDAft, JINE I6lh Return excursion tickets may be had at the Boston & Maine R. R. station. Five trains per day each way. Twenty six min ute* only by rail. * j. \V. WOLCOTT. N- IL—Timely telegraphic notification of room* required will assure best accommodation. Jul4SAM M. SEA V E T , M. D.. 34 *3 Congress Street, Has aitrted to bis business the Agency of (be Henl(h-Lift Co. At his room is a machine which all who are troubled with Lame backs, tecak stomachs or imperfect cir culation of the blood are invited to examine \i» chines delivered to purchaser* at N. Y ni lce* ■loiuocpathic medicine* a* n*n«i. Ju3i*3w

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