Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, June 17, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated June 17, 1873 Page 2
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THE JPHESS. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 17, 1873 EV£RY re rular attache cf the Press Is furnished with a card certificate countersigned by Stanley T. Pullen, Editor. All railway, steamboat an 1 liote managers will confer a favor u|#ou us by demanding cied*ntiul8 of ever> person claiming to represent our jour.ial, as we have information that several “bum mers” are seeking courtesie* in the name of tl«e Press, and we have no disposition !o be, even pas sively, a party to such fraud Wk do not read anonymous letiors and communi cations. The name and address of the writer are in all cases In ltai*us .1. e. not necessarily for publication but as a guarauty of good faith. W I cannot undertake to return or rcservo com munications llinf are nut usei._ Republican State Convention. The Kepublicans oi Maine and all others who sup port the present National and State Administrations are invited to send delegates to a State Convention to be holden in Aoroinbriia Hull, Bangor, Thursday, June 19. UiU,at 11 •’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 and plantation will lie entitled to one delegate and one additional for every 75 voles for the Kepublican candidate for Governor in If72. 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 lie longs. The State Committee sill be in session at 0 o’clock the morning of the Convention for the reception of credentials. James G. Blaine, Kennebec, Chairman. William P. Frye. Androscoggin. Eden Woodbury. Aroostook. Stanley T. Pullen. Cumberland. F. C. Perkins, Franklin. John D. Hoi-kins, Hancock. E. K. Speak, Knox. S. S. Marble, Lincoln. F. E. Shaw, Oxford. John H. Lynde, Penobscot. E. A. Thompson, Piscataquis. F. D. Sewai.l, Sagadahoc. Sf.wall K. Prescott, Somerset. Fred. Atwood, Waldo. NelsonS. Allan, Washington. Leonard Andrews, Ycrk. Z. A. SMITH. Secretary. May 1.1873. The Thorndike Murder. Our State has become the theatre of anoth er horrible tragedy. The murder in Thorn dike rivals in frightful details the Shoals Is land slaughter. These events indicate a sort of contagion in crime, and is the same with murder as with suici le. Let one of either take place and more are sure to follow. The recent executions displayed with so much dis gusting detail in the papers and pictorials have largely assisted in these terrible results. The murder of Cleveland followed the order for the execution of Harris, and these mur ders add themselves to the homicides in New York, which are the natural out-crop of evil passions in some measure set in motion by the killing according to law in that State.— Murder will probably never cease in the land any more than suicide, but onr State will have taken a long stride in advance when it teaches by its own example the salutary les son that all human life is to be held inviolate. Although this paper has not given him sup port, we have some satisfaction in knowing that the candidate for Governor, apparently to be successful in the canvass, participates in the enlightened sentiments wt ich are becom ing more and more prevalent as their truth becomes more evident. It is gratifying to know that Mr. Dingley has always been a firm and consistent opponent ot capital pun ishment. The Indiana State Sentinel thinks it is plain that the management of the National Centennial at Philadelphia has fallen into the hands of the Philadelphia Ring, whose pur poses and methods are similar to those wit nessed at Vienna. It finds its ground for this assumption in the fact that ex-Gov. Baker of Indiana two years since ap pointed Mr. Boyd as commissioner who was then supposed to be a citizen of that State but is now living in Philadelphia and is con' nected with the Pennsylvania Central Rail road. Gov. Hendricks learning the state of the case wrote President Grant the facts and sent the name of another gentleman whom the President commissioned. With these credentials, Mr. Johnson the new appointee, appeared at the meeting of the commiss’on and was refused a seat.lt is said that Georgia is represented in the Centennial Commission by one of the Philadelphia Ring. There are, however, a large number of gentlemen con nected with the Commission, of whom Gen. Hawley of Connecticut, its President is a con spicuous example who will not cnly refuse to be a a party to any job but will have the courage to expose anything of the kind. ah excuange cans auenuon iu me laci that the imports of sugars in 1872 amounted to $90,000,000 while the exports of bread stuffs amounted to $88,000,000. It further says that it has been demonstrated that ‘here is no good reason why this country should de pend upon foreigu countries for its sugar any more than for its bread. France and most Europeaa countries have found the cultiva tion of sugar beet and the manufacture of su gar therefrom very profitable, and it is urged that the same industry can be carried on in the West successfully. A company for that purpose has been organized on an extensive scale in Canada which may soon afford some information on this subject. If any means can be devised to retain a part of the ninety odd millions it takes to sweeten this country, it might well be hailed as a most important economy. The Kennebec Journal and Portland Ad vertiser show an evident disposition to in dulge in the youthful indiscretion known in the expressive language of prattling infancy as “crying baby.” They got dreadfully beat en at Augusta, and immediately cried out in genuine babyish distress that they were cheats ed; whereas the overwhelming vote 177 to 67 was proof positive that the Stone men in Au gusta won because they were actually more numerous than the l'ingley men. In Bridg ton they say they were unfairly beaten when Charles E. Gibbs received in caucus forty-two votes against seven for Major Shorey, who heade 1 the Dingley ticket. These journals should learn not to cry when they are defeat ed, but to stand up and take their punishment “like little men.” Whoever may be nominated at Bangor Thursday, it is a matter of the first import ance that the Convention declare itself square ly on the salary grab and denounce it as alike a disgrace to Congress and an outrage upon the people. This should not be done as a matter of pirfy expediency, but because the act itself was wrong and consequently should he most severely censured. To be sure, the outrage could not have been committed with out the aid of the Democrats, but the Repub lican party must denounce and repudiate the men who betrayed them by increasing their pay directly after declaring in National Con vention for economy in public affairs. The Advertiser asks if the Press has abandoned Judge Kent. This interrogatory comes with charming grace from a journal which abandoned -.ts own candidate, Genera] Tillson, in the very agony of the struggle, and went over, horse, foot and dragoo:.s, to his more powerful competitor, Mr. Dingley. This paper affords to i s lively but uncertain neigh bor a shining example of constancy under somewhat afflictive circumstances. Political Notes. The Calais Tones says that Mr. Dingley ! will have about one-fourth of the delegates in Washington county, and Judge Kent a ma jority of the others. Waterville elects K*ot delegate* and Cam- I den an independent list, headed by T. R ‘ Simonton, esq. The Kennebec Journal feels very badly over its defeat, and calls the Stone crowd Modocs. Keep your temper; the weather is growiug hot and the sporadic cholera is selecting a vic tim here and there. The Advertiser gives the resuP of caucuses to the close of last week as follows: Dingley 367 delegates, 67 for Stone and 42 for Kent. There are 1346 delegates in the State, so the heaviest of the shower isn't over yet. At the Revere House, Boston, Gen. But ler’s friends gave him a dinner on Friday, when he defended the salary grab and form- j ally announced that he was a candidate for Governor. ____________ THE WAG HER TRIAL. HLVENTH DAV. testimony or THE puisonek continued. Monday, June Kith, A. M. session.—Louis H. F. Wagner took the staud aud resumed his testimony. When I was searched in Boston about four dollars in paper money ami 25 or 30 coppers were taken from me,and a half dollar in silver money and a five cent piece and a gold ring from my finger; I had had the half dollar silver piece four years, and so told the officer; the copper cents, I got one io a Portsmouth baker shop that morning aud some when I got change from the ticket-inaster at Poitsmouth, and two I got from the barber; saw no buttons at the time the money was taken from me; a Boston policeman took the money from me; had money in both pockets' there was nothing iu my overall pockets except a piece of tobacco. In Portsmouth thtsaloou I went into ooming from baiting trawls, was about 200 yards from the post office; I begged a policeman to take me there aud I would show him where I was that night; did not know the name of the sa loon kee; er; I did not know the name of the schooner 1 baited the trawls on that night or the name of her master; the schooner was lay ing between Pier wharf and another wharf which I do not know tke|uanie of, down river; I came off the vessel; Ido not know the time; went ou hoard her a little after eight o’clock; baited two tubs of trawls; do not know how loug it took; it usually takes half an hour to bait a tub; when 1 came ou to the street most of the stores were closed except the saloons and apothecary shops. Crots-Emmincd.—X purchased my rubber boots in Newmarket street, Portsmouth. The man paid me for baitiug trawls before 1 baited; did not think I had seen him before; have not seen him since; I saw only one man on hoard while I baited those trawls. The shirts left at Mrs Johnson’s are uot all the same size; I bought them in a store; had four shirts there; bought them all over the United States, aud two of them I bought three years ago in Prus sia; bought one shirt in Portsmouth andoue in Boston; those four shirts, I bought two of them iu Boston about four years ago, and two iu Prussia; out of four shirts no two were a,ike iu size of wristband; I bought here in Portsmouth on Danforth street; do not know how old the man was I bought of; he could be my father twice. 1 had a pocket-book but it went down with the vessel ou tiie 6th of January last; it wes rather old and toru; I carried money in my vest pocket and pants pocket; never had an other pocket-book since that; lost apocket-book iu Boston two years ago, made of leather with a strap around the outside; had not carried that long; cannot remember whether I carried that oue week or five years; it was given me by a sailor; I had nearly twenty-five dollars in paper money iu it aud some silver money and key, and a steel chain ; it contained all the money I had except!ng this silver half dollar; had silver piece about me for the last four years before my arrest ; I never complaiued of being short of money; had money enough to pay hoard; hut did not pay boaid; when I went to Boston I ■was in debt for board ten or twelve dollars; I did not tell Mrs. Johnson I was going to he out that night; I guess it must have been be tween ten and eleven o'clock that I vomited that night; had rheumatism pretty bad but I could get no farther; iu Johnson’s house stairs fo up to the kitchen and one up to my room; usually go up stairs from the kitchen; did not feel like going to bed that night; slept on the sofa aboot two hours, that room was warm aud tnv room was cold. *A a A*_ t>_» . .. _!_1__ showed me up-stairs; Miller girl wanted me to treat, and I told her my money was coming by the next train; it was not true; did not want to stand treat in a bad house. The next morn ing after, I tried to go home; I saw three men coming from New Castie; the man I knew was Cooper. 1 paid $1.74 I think for my ticket to Boston; lost Henry Ludwick overboard four or five years ago; bought some diuuer in Boston in the forenoon between 10 and 11 o’clock. At Portsmouth the policemen did the best they could to save my life; since I have been brought into the State of Maine no one has struck or li t me: some spit at me in Ports mouth. When 1 laid down in Portsmouth do not know whether there are any houses; iliiuk there is but one light in the whole lenght of the street; was in a saloou where I drank a good many times; was there last winter between the 16th and 24th of November; drank glass of ale; that did not make me sick; sometimes ale makes me sick. HENBY HUNNBFELDT. Live at No. 2 Patrick street, Portsmouth; know Louis Wagner; heard of murJer; about three weeks before that he hauled the fishing f ear in another man’s place and blistered his lands; I remember he borrowed a needle of Ed. Burke in the forecastle of the “Iris”; could not tell what for; did not see him prick the blis ter-; the “Iris” was then out to sea. Cioss-Exarnitied.—He blistered his hands and borrowed the needle three week before the murder; David Burke was master of the “Iris.” AMOS L. ALLEN. Exhibts returns of Kittery in 1870, taken by Alexander Bennett, Assistant Marshull for same district Safford took ten years before, which defendant’s counsel put into the case. ASA L. RICKER. Register of Deeds for York county, exhibits Vol. (;. of records and reads deed dated 1657 from Usber to Massachusetts Colony, convey ing north half of Isles of Shoals. Tapley for prisoner refers to Williamson’s history as bearing upou the question of juris diction, and makes numerous citations. Ad journed. To the Convention. The Maine Central will run a special train over their road from Portland to Bangor, via Augusta: on the day of the Republican State Convention, Thursday, June 19th. The train will leave at 4 A. M„ Westbrook at 4.17, Cum berland 4.32, Freeport 4.57, Brunswick 5.30, Bowdoinham5.43, Richmond 6.08, South Gardi ner 6.30, Gardiner6.40, Hallowell 6 55, Augus ta 7.05, Vassalboro’ 7 35, Winslow 7,50, Water ville 7.15, Waterville Bridge 6.55, Benton 8.40, Ciintou 8.24, Buruham 8.42—arriving at Ban gor at 10.40 o’clock. The train will return Thursday night after the Pullman train. One fare for the round trip. Tickets are good on - regular trains also. A large number of the delegatesjfrom the Kennebec will go over in the afternoon train of Wendesday, leaving Augus ta at 4 o’clock. A special train will also leave Auburn at 5.20, A. M., Lewiston 5.30, Greene 5.47, Leeds Junc tion 5.57, Monmouth 6.07, Winthrop 6.21, Reed field 6.36, Belgrade 6.54, North Belgrade 7.05, W. Waterville 7.14, Waterville 7.30. Tickets for the round trip at one fare can be purchased at tho ticket offices by any one, and will be good on Wednesday, Thursday and Fri day. The Portland and Bangor steamer leaving this city at ten o’clock Wednesday evening,will take delegates and others for one fare. They should give their name to the clerk on purchas ing a ticket, which will be good for their re turn. Ail** r.A]loTA r immannomants Seventy-first anniversary of Bowdoin College, Brunswick: Sunday, July 6, Baccalaureate ser mon by President Chamberlain. Monday, July 7, evening, Junior exhibition. Tuesday, July 8, afternoon, address before the alumni by Professor D. K. Goodwin, followed by the an nual alumni meeting; evening, concert by the Germania Band, followed by class reunions. Wednesday, July 9, forenoon, Commencement •rations. Thursday July 10, forenoon, meet ing of Phi Beta Kappa; afternoon, meeting of Maine Historical Scnnety. Friday, July 11, entrance exatniuatious. Tenth anniversary of Bates College, Lewis ton: Sunday, June 22, afternoon, Baccalaure ate sermon by President Cheney; evening, sermon before the Theological-School by the Rev. Dr. George H. Ball, of New York, edi orof the Baptist Union. Mouday, June 23, ev ning prize orations of the Juniors. Tuesday, June 24, forenoon, meeting of the trustees; evening, concert by Gilmore’s Band. Wednes day, June 25, forenoon, Commencement ora tions; evening, address by Colenel T. W. Hig ginson before the united literary societies. Thursday, June 26, forenoon, Aiumui meeting, oration by the Rev. G. S. Uiker and poem by Mr. George W. Flint; evening, class-day exer cises. _, The Civil Service.—It is given out that the Civil Service Advisory Board have recom mended that Postmasters be subjected to Civil Service rules, as contemplated at the inaugura tion of the system. The members of the Board express doubt of securing further appro priations trom Congress, hut they assert that the President is so heartily in favor of the sys tem, that he is likely to continue its enforce ment without the co-operation of Congress. They refer in this connection to the opinion of tile Attorney General, furnished at the outset of the reform, that the President may consti tutionally exercise liis appointing power in ac cordance with the prin.iples of the. civil service rules, irrespective of Congressional legislation. Business Changes.—The following are re cent business changes in this State: & Jackson, cooperage T i f,rPPk',n Fox admitted paitner. to Andfc^^t?iemmf*UCy B°°d8: S°'d ^ ou?irAnde»^&'j^hsonaire’fanCy,?00d8,80ld miU?"oldouTmfeDcJ°Bhanra^B“nes’ cardi“* ^rRSiNiit&r,& c°-> Fryeburg tetter. To the Editor of the Press : Union Conference ciiniiKised of Congrega tional churches in the W. of Oxford, and the N. of Cumberland, met at Fryeburg, June 10-11.— Rev. D. B, Scyrali,Moderator; Rev. N. Lincoln, Seribe.Sermons were delivered by Revs. Abbott of Lovell, Rea of Bridgton, and Davis of Hi rani. Thp discussion of assigned topics was largely participated in by clergy and laity.— Revs. D. B. Sewall and E. B. Pike and Messrs. S. Stickney and George B. Barrows were chos en delegates to the State Conference at Gor ham, Next session to lie held at Hiram. The W. Oxford Agricultural Society are ex pending from $800 to $1000 in re modeling the Exhibition Hall on their grounds near the P. & O. depot in Fryeburg. The programme just issued announces that the annnal exhibi tion will he held Oct. 14, 15, IS. The annual meeting of the Trustees of Frye burg Academy was held last week. Hon. Joel Eastman, President; 1. Warren, Vice Presi dent; Rev. D. B. Sewall, Secretary; George B. Barrows, Treasurer. Vacancies iu the Board were filled by the choice of A. F. Lewis of Fryeburg, and Rev. C. D. Barrows of Lowell, Mass. The Trustees propose to make special effort to increase their funds and to enlarge the course of instruction. There is now a rare op portunity for tlie right persou to open a female boarding school, either in the house now occu pied by Rev. Mr. Sewall, or the Dana house ad vertised in your columns. Scholars would be able to avail themselves of the advantages of special courses in both institutions. The old Bradley raansiou in Fryeburg, which dates back to the last century, anil which is as sociated with memories ot Pastor Fessenden, Rev. Dr. Porter, Paul Langdon, Daniel Web ster, Enoch Lincoln, Dr. Alex. Ramssy, etc., has just been opened for summer boarders.— Some parties from Boston are already booked in advance. Vi -itors will find a quiet home, presided over by an excellent lan ilady. \ very large specimen of the Canada porcu pine was killed a few days since while going up the stairs in the house of Major Hastings. * * • Fryeburg, June 16th. An Amateur Constabulary.—A lively lit tle incident relieved the tedium of railway travel of Conductor Bodge’s train a day or two ago. At Gardiner a large, resolute and impos ing female got on board accompanied by a young lady. When she had got herself com fortably placed and was enabled to inspect her surroundings, she discovered a gentleman a few seats from her going through the very repre. hensible process of.opening bis travelling bag extracting therefrom a comfortable looking flask and a drinkingcup, pouring out a “mod est quencher” with the evident Intent of ab sorbing it This was too much. That man evi dently needed regulating. So the awful wo man rose in all her majestic proportions, de clared that he shouldn’t driuk in her presence and proceeded to enforce her mandate by going for the offending flask witli her parasol. The astonished thirsty party warded off the blows as well as he could aud, by dexterous manage ment, succeeded in swallowing the contents of his cap in the midst of the melee and . at the same time protected the precious bottle from the imminent danger of fracture. The severe female, finding herself foiled, resumed her seat with the remark that if he tried to take auother drink, she “would break his bottle if she died for it.” He, on his part, declared tha1 he proposed to “take no more such chances” and departed from the State with enlarged views of the practical working of the Maine prohibitory laws. Delegates to the Convention. Westbrook.—Isaac F Quimby, Albion M. Quimby. F. M. Ray, Elijah A. Dnrell and Charles E. Boody. All for James M. Stone. Falmouth.—E. H. Starbird, Smith Barber, and Lorenzo Leighton. All for Dingley. Freeport.—S. A. Holbrook, Georgs Aldrich, E. C. Townsend, H. A. .Means, Joseph C. Davis, Joseph H. Banks. All for Dingley. Windham.—Albert R. Hawkes, Fred S. Hawkes, V. C. Hall, Clintou Mayberry and Ricbard Mayb erry. All for Stone. Gray.—Warren H. Vinton, Henry Pennell, George F. Cobb. All for Dingley. Sebago.—Oliver D. Dike, W. W. Fitch. All I for Dingley. Pownal.—Nathaniel Dyer, G. W. Toothaker, Jabez Cushman. All for Dingley. Bridgton.—The following delegates were elected at Bridgton Saturday: C. E. Gibbs, Luther Billings, E R. Brown, George Farns worth. Alvah Johnson. The delegation is un pledged. The ballot for the first member stood: C. E. Gibbs 42, H. A. Shorey 7. Did Brother Shorey follow all the instructions of the circular? -- An English Millionaire.—When the peo i pie talk about millionaires they usually men tion Rothschild first, but there is a man in England by the name of Ward, in comparison with whom any Rothschild is a pauper. This man Ward inherits a vast property, accumulat ed Investments and estates, which give him an enormous income; he has the most magnificent house in London, the finest collection of art, and tire finest country seats in the Kingdom; his wife is celebrated for her beauty, and her display of diamonds at the recent festival given by the Emperor of Austria, in Vienna, made all the other ladies, the Empresses. Queens and Princess, look poor. What the income of this British Crooesus is we have never seen any statement of, but a Manchester paper gives an account of his annunl profits derived from his coal mines, which amounts to the enormous sum of £4,<100,000. So the income from one source alone of this inordinately wealthy person is twenty-five millions of dollars a year. Cheap Extinguisher. —The Boston Journal says that seme years ago a gentleman of this «ity was invited to witness the power of a tire pump of novel construction. A small building filled with shavings was set on fire and the pump applied with excellent effect. The gen tleman asked permission to show an invention of his own. He called for a broom and bucket of water. The shavings were lighted and were allowed to reach a flame, when he made the at tack with his broom soaked with water and subdued the fire in less time than was taken by the patent pump. The superior advantage of this simple extinguisher ought to bring it into general use. A Naughty Man.—A young man named Julius Grumberg was before Commissioner Halletattbe United Stab's Court Monday, charged with falsely representing himself to be an officcrof the internet revenue. Itis claimed that Grumberg went to several liquor places in Salem and inquired whether the proprietors had paid their Uuited States license. If they had he represented himself to be a State constable and accepted. If they had not their govern ment license he represented himself an officer of the internal revenue and took other hush monay, which was also bad. He was not ready for examination and the case was continued uutil Wednesday.—Boston Traveller. News and Other Items. There were 13,803 births, 5,2J3 marriages and 9,970 deaths in Connecticut last year. Western papers speak cncauragiugly of ti e growing crops. Walter Squires, aged nine years, son of Geo. Squires, was drowned on Saturday at Provi dence. Emperor William continues seriously ill. Private advices represent his condition alarm ing. The Exeter (N.-H.) Saving Bauk depositors victimized by Shute, are taking steps to pro cure a new charter. John Stuart Mill was a great walker, and made nothing of walking oil thirty miles a day. He did his thinking while thus engaged. The butchers of St. Albaus, Vt., have shut up their shops because the city authorities will not make the country meat carts pay a license. Mr. Edwin Booth terminates his career as a manager, and will hereafter confine himself to the duties of an actor. Stokes, they say, has already commenced writing bis lecture, and hopes he will be able to make engagements for next season. The great Innocent don’t seem to be “Abroad" in money nutters—the talk is that Mark is building himself a §40,000 house in Hartford. The La Crosse Democrat refuses to publish a poem about the St. Paul railroad, on the ground that “railroad meu have feelings as well as everybody else. Eleven Yale College students were arrested at New Haven on Thursday evening while ser enading some boarding-school girls, on the charge of disturbing the peace. Several of the Bauk fishery vessels have re turned to Shelburne. N. S„ with full fares. Large quantities of mackerel are being caught off Port La Tour and Sable Island. Several cases of pleuro-pneumouia have oc curred at Middletown, Conn., and one deceased animal was killed on Wednesday in the pres ence of a I> gislative Committee. This fact should induce caution iu the cattle trade. The Western Union Telegraph Company is stringing six new wires along the line of the New York and New England Kailrcad, with the intention of furnishing better telegraph fa cilities between New York and Boston. The reductions made in the expanses of col lecting the Internal Revenue last year will be fifty per cent, and it is estimated that the cost of collecting the revenue in New England will be less than 2 per cent, lower than in any other section of the country. The ship Young America, of New York, Capt. Cummings, which left San Francisco Feb. 27th, arrived at Liverpool June 13tb, after a short passage of IOC days. A large bet was pending in San Francisco that this ship would make the run within 110 days. The Conference of the Congregational church es in Rockingham county. New Hampshire, held at Greenland last week, passed a protest against the running of Sunday passenger trains over the Boston & Maine Railroad, nnder the name of “millt trains,” and appointed a com mittee to present their protest to the manage ment of the road. Gen. McKenzie, under whose command the recent raid into Mexico was made, is a son of the late Com. Alexander Slidell McKenzie, who, as commander of the brig Somers, hung young Spencer and other supposed mutineers, thirty years ago. He is a nephew of John Sli dell, the notorious rebel, who, in the early days of the late war, was an unwilling guest at Fort Warren. How true it is that “a lie will travel half round the world while truth is putting on its boots!” The New York Tribune a few days ago stated that “Norwich, Conn.,” had elected a Democratic City Government, but a day or two later explained that it was New London, Coun., it meant. And now all the country pa pers are publishing the first item, and will probably not notice the correction. And yet, Norwich is no such a town. An unfortunate youth living in Alexandria, Va., is about to proceed to Boston for the pur pose of starting from Bunker Hill on a tour through the Northern States, carrying with him the confederate flag unfurled. He is evi dently jealous of Sergeant Bates, who peri grinated over the country carrying a flag, and who has finally, much to the relief of the press and the people of the country, tramped ont of it. Since the shooting of Walworth the season has been very unfavorable for parents. After referring to several instances in which heads of families have been summarily and effectually reasoned with by their high spirited offspring, the Buffalo Express gives utterance to the opin ion that these antiquated parental institutions are played out any way. It is high time, it says, that old people were taught that they should be seen aud not heard, and young Wal worth is deserving of great credit for inaugu rating a much needed reform. STATE NEWS. ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY. Work on the deep cut on the Lewiston and Auburn Radroad, near the Maine Central cross ing is progressing finely. KENNEBEC COUNTY. O. D. Baker, esq., of Augusta, is to deliver the oration at the Soldiers’ Home, Togus, Jane 17tb. Gen. Samuel Shaw of Augusta, aged 75 years, drowned himself last Saturday. Cause, gene ral despondency. A horse trot comes off at Central Park, Au gusta, July 4th. Regular trains comineuced running over the new extension of the Maine Central last Mon day. The night train will land Waterville pas sengers at Winslow. LINCOLN COUNTY. Waldoboro is to have a centennial celebration, to be holden July 4th. The valuation of Waldoboro is $733,216; num ber of polls 932. G. W. Young of Liberty, has the contract for carrying the mails from that town to Waldo boro. SAGADAHOC COUNTY. George Fnrbush. who was injured last Wed nesday at Bowdoinham by the bursting of an emery wheel, died on Saturday. Mr. Colby, the proprietor of the establishment, tested the other wheels the next day, one of which burst without doing any damage. He then ordered all of the wheels out of the mill. WASHINGTON COUNTY. A boy bad his band badly cut by a circular saw at Milllowri, last Wednesday. A child of G. Spencer of Union Mills, was bitten by a dog last Sunday week. Subsequent ly the boy exhibited symptoms of hydrophobia. The dog was then shot. Several years ago Mr. Spencer lost a child by the same disease. Improvements have been recently made in the Calais fire department. At the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Bangor & Calais Shore Line Railroad, held a Cherryfiekl last Wednesday, the following directors were elected: J. w. Moore, S. M. Campbell, D. J. Sawyer, George Walken J. C. Talbot, Charles Deeriug, Seth Tisdale, Gideon Mayo and C. P. Brown. Poisoning the Sick. There never was v specialty in medicine that was not pirated. Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters is no ex ception to the general rule. Fraud f-dlows in the track of the Great Vegetable Restorative as It makes the circle of the world, and offers Its pernicious imi tatiuus to the sick at every turn, anxious to drench 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 tlds deluge of abominations. Bear In mind that the true article is sold in bottles only, and the imp<ess of genuine ness is to be found upon the glass itself as well as up on the finely engraved government stamp and the ele gant label. The great vegetable ionic prevents and cures all bilious disorders and comp alnrs 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 NOTICES. Vienna Exposition Correspoud enec of tlie Boston Globe. “One of the departments that is now attracting a large share of attention iB that devoted to the Swiss. Some ef the carvings here are perfectly marvellous In the minute finish that characterizes them. The perfection attained by the Swiss carvers is something astonishing, particularly when It Is taken iuto con sideration that they are done with the most primi tive instruments. There are over sixty exhtbiiors in the carving group, and the works range all the way from religious pieces to paper kuives. There is a book with exquisitely carved covers that is no sooner opened than music begins to play. There are bottles which discourse lively music as the wine is poured ont. There is a chair which you no sooner set upon than yon are astonished bv hearing the strains of Mendelssohn’s Wedding March from its innermost recesses.** We arc happy to iiiform our patrons that they need not go to the Vienna Exposition to see those beauti ful gem* of arts in Swiss Carving. We have just re ceived a new importation of them, and will at all times be pleased to show them, together with the finest as8oitment of Fine Art Goods ever in Maine, whi e you listen to the sweet music from one of the fine Music Boxes spoken of above. SCHUMACHER BROS ju!7 sntf KID GLOYES FOR THE MILLION ! The Cheapest ia the Warld. 100 DOZ. KID GLOVES! Just received and for sale at 75 cents to $1.25. — ALWAYS — THE LARGEST STOCK. THE BEST GOODS. THE LOWEST FBICES. L - E - A - C - H , 84 MIDDLE STREET. juul7 8n2w FOR MOTH, PATCHES, FRECKLES And TAN, use PERRY’S Moth and Freckle Lotion. It in reliable and harmless. Sold by Druggists everywhere. Depot, 49 Bond St., N. Y. mar22 d&wsn6ml7

IMPROVEMENTS. Whichever way we turn our eves, 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 what improvements at Fenno’b, Where boys can buy a “suit complete” 01 handsome * easonable “clothes,” Corner of Beach and Washington street jullsnlw Boston. Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa. An institution having a high reputation for honor able conduct and professional skill. Acting Surgten, J. S. HOUGHTON, M. D. E-says for Young Men sent free of charge. Address, HOWARD ASSOCIA TION, No. 2 South Ninth Sr., Philadelphia, Pa. i*v7 sn3m REMOVAL. CHARLES M. HAWKES. — DEALER IN — Western Cify and County BONDS. Office removed to 96 MIDDLE STREET. junl.3 sntf BANK OF PORTLAND. On, and after this date, the un lei gned will carry on a strictly Banking business, at tbo Banking Rooms now oecnpied by the Secon National Bank, in Portland, Maine, under tlie style of the “BANK OF PORTLAND” and as such, will receive Deposits ami make Discounts, in the regular course of the Banking Business. _ „ ^ • W. N. GOOLD. Portland, June 24th, 1872. jun23newlt then sn tf A. PARSOMS, M. D., DENTIST, Has removed to NO. 12 MARKET SQTJA.RE. [^“SPECIALTY—Administration of Ether for tbo purpose of extracting teeth without pain. Junl3 sntf SPECIAL NOTICES. FOB FAMILY USE. THE HALFOKD LEICESTERSHIRE T-A-B L-E S-A-U-C-E The best Sauce and Belisb Made in auy Part ol the World —FOE— F’-A.-M-I-L-Y TJ-S-K. Pinta - .... DOCeili' ■■If Pints .... 30 Centa. FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS. E- T. ELDEN &CO. ¥ OFFER THIS WEEK, At One Price and no Vari ation lOO Pieces Spanish Linens for ISc yd., worth 25c. 100 Piecs Mosquito Netts,all colors, for 75c. piece. 21 Pieces New Styles Grenadines, worth 50c. yd., lor 25c. 15 Pieces more Fancy Silks $1.0 yd., all new Patterns and worth $1.25. One Case assorted Black Silks at LESS THAN IMPORTERS PRICES. I Prices 91.00, 91.25, 91.50, 91.75 and 92.00. 17 Pieces Black Hernanies at as tonisning Low Prices. MOURNING GOODSt Ol Every 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. One Case Lace Stripe Batiste in all the New Shades for 75e. per yard. One Case Nilson Satin Stripes, worth 50c. per yard. Price only 25c. E. T. ELDEN & CO., One Price and no Yaria'Jou. NO; 5 FREE ST., PORTLAND. apr24gneodtf Cooking Ranges. First class Cooking Ranges amd Stoves CHEAP FOR CASH, call and see before purchasing. Also Ice chests coolers and Refrigerators. FREDERICK BECKHAM, N«. 199 Fare *»t. Portland Me. (Between Exchange and Plum St.) my3isn3w LADIES SUITS- ~ A Large Assortment —AT EASTMAN, BROS. White Lawn Suits, at $3.73 to $80.00. Grass Cloth Snits, at $4.50 to $10.00. Sautle, Batiste, and Tasso Linen Snits, at $6.00 to $SS.OO Linen and Lawn Polonaises and Dusters. MISSES “lACHt’’ SUITS, ■With Hats to Matoh. EASTMAN, BROS., 332 Congress St. dtf CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED SCBENCK’S PULMONIC SYRUP, SC HE NCR’S SEAWEED TONIC, SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS, Are the only medicine, that will cure Pulmonary consumption. Sometimes medicines that will stop a cough will of ten occasion the death of the 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-thiids of the cases of consumption. Many are now complaining with dull pain In the side, the bow els sometimescostiv**and sometimes to loose, tongue coated, pain in. the shoulder blade, feeling som lines very restless, and at other times drowsy; the food that is aken lies heavily on the stomach, accompani ed with acidity and belching of wind. These symp toms usually originate trom 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 be suddenly stopped, the lungs, liyer and stomach clog, and remain torpid and inactive, and before the patient is aware of ills situation, the lungs are a mass of sores, and ulcerated, and death is the inevitable result. , , .. . Sclienck's Pulmonic Syrup is an expectorant which does not contain any opium, nor anything calculated to check a cough suddenly. Schenck’s Seaweed tonic dies v the food, mixes with the gastric juice of llie sto ach, digests easily, nourishes the system, aud creat a healthy circula tion of 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, Noitheast corner of Sixth and Arch streets. Philadelphia. Penn., and tor sale by GEO. C. GOODWIN & CO., 38 Hanover street, Bos ton, and John F. Henry, 8 College place, New York. For sole by Druggists generally. soptSsneodtf SPECIAL NOTICES, j CIGARS! CIGARS l CIGARS! Tobacco, Tobacco, Tobacco. PIPES, PIPES, PIPES. eleven dollars per lOOO. 93.SO, »ud Pip,H frutn wne ceBt each to 9100 each. All the above can be had at' STEBBINgS CIGAR STORE, 300 Congress Street, Portland WHOLESALE. Cigars very good for $17 per 1000. New Times, Old Tines, “Havana Gems,” No Braids And many o; lier Brands of our make. Iam iu a position to pell at lower rales than any other Manu facturer or Jobber in the State. R. NATHAN, (Late C. H BOBBINS,) 360 Congress Street. Portland. Ju5 sn3m Piano Tailing. Orders attended to personally by ED. B. ROBINSON, Piano Boom., 5 Cnh.au Block. (Opposite City Hall.) mar58-d3m. To tlie Public. The Society for the Prevention ot Cruelty to Ani mals resiiectfullv give* nollee that Alonzo H. Libuy, 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 *ee to it that the offenders are brought to speedy and strict justice. Per order. sntf SPORTSMAN'S FRIEND ! C U L E X~ F U a E . A sure preventative from Mosquitoes, black Flies, &c. WHOLESALE <fc RETAIL, At the Fishing Tackle Store of CH*S. DAY, JR, & CO., 94 EXCHANGE STREET. JimI2 dsnlw EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS. The annual examination of candidates for positions as teachers In the public Schools of Portland, will be held in the Girls’Room, High School Building, on THURSDAY, July 3, 1873, at 2 o’clock, P. M. W. H. SHAILER, GEO. W. TRUE. STANLEY T. PULLEN, CHARLES F. LIBBY, CHARLES J. CHAPMAN, Examining Board. Portland, June to, 1873. ju!2sndtd TO Lei. THE commodious four storied Brick Store, No. St Commercial St.—immediate posessinn given. Inquire of ELIAS THOMAS & CO , No. 90 Commercial St. Or ol W. W. THOMAS. Canal National Bank. set>tl2sntf MANUFACTURERS FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO., OB’ BOSTON, MASS. Paid np Cash Capital, 9300,000. The subscriber having been appointed Agent oi the above Company may be found at the office ot MESSRS. WARWICK A FOYE, NO. 5 EXCHANGE STREET, prepared to insure against losses by lire at favorable rates. Dwellings and Furniture insured for one, three or five years. RUFUS W. DEERING. )ul6 sntf A BOOK FOR EYERY MAN. THE “SCIENCE OF LIFE, OR SELF PRES ERVATION,” a Medical Treatise on the Cause and Cure of Exhausted Vitaliiy, Premature Decline in Man, and Nervous and Physical Debility, Hypochon dria. Impotency. Spermatorrhoea or Seminal Weak ness, and other diseases arising fioni the errors of youth or the indiscretions or excesses of mature years. This is indeed a book tor 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 ot ills worth reading. 19Ctli edition, revis ed, much enlarged, illustrated, bound in beautiful French clorh. Price only $1. Sent by mall, post paid, on receipt of price. Address MEABODY MED ICAL INSTITUTE, No. 4 Bulfincli street, Boston. Mass., or Dr. W. H. PARKER, Assistant Physician. N. B. The author may be consulted on the above as well as all diseases requiring skill and experience. mar3lsneod&wly BATCHELOR’S HAIR DYE. Tills splendid Hair Dye Is the best in the world. The only True and Perfect Dye. Harmless Reliable and Instantaneous; no disappoint mem; no ridiculous tin's or unpleasant odor. Remedies the U1 fleets of bad dyes washes. Produces Immediately a superb Black or Natural Brown, and leaves the bn r clean, soft and beautiful. The genuine, signed W. A. vendor. Sold by all Druggists. CHAS. BATCHELOR, Prop., A. Y. ld*w ivrs n ON THE BREAKFAST, LUNCHEON, DINNER AND SUPPER TABLE, LEA dp PERRINS’ Worcestershire Sauce IS INDESPENSABLE. JOHN DUNCAN'S SO INS, New York, Agents for the United States. oct17 eodsnly “Buy JRe and I’ll do you Good.” — DR LANGr EY’S ROOT AND HERB B1TTETS. flo drug®, no poisons, nothing deleterious, nothing but healthy roots and herbs, such as Sarsaparills, Wild Cherry, Yellow Dock, Prickly Ash, Thorough wort. Mandrake, Rhubarb, Dandelion,Ac., so compounded as to rea'ffi the fountains of disease, and absolutely cure all Humors. Liver and BlHiou* Diseases, Jaun dice, Dyspepsia. Costiveness, Scrofula, and all diffi culties arista- from a 'iseased siomaeh or impure blood. Twenty years of unrivalled success has prov ed them to be the best medicine in the world. GEO. C. GOODWIN <!fc CO., Boston, and all druggists. mar6 snood 16 w Averill Chemical Paint Co., Manufacturers oi PUREST WHITE ! AND An j Deaired Shade or C-olor, Prepared for Immediate Application. SOLD By The GALLON ONLY DURABLE, BEAUTIFUL, ECONOMICAL. D. M. YEOMANS, Genera] Eastern Agent, 83 Commercial St. Portland. sel2-eodtf su Notice. The Maine Eclectic Medical Society will hold their next annual Meeting at the Preble House Portland, WEDNESDAY, June 25th, 1873, at 10 o’clock A. M. jnlGtdsn* Per Order. SUMMER SUITINGS, JUST RECEIVED AT ROLLINS A BOND’S, NO. 90 MIDDLE STREET. SyCALL AND SEE THEM m* Ju19pntf FIRE WORKS. Wholesale Head-Quarters for FIRE WORKS, CRACKERS, TORPEDOES, Ac., Ac., at low prices: CUTTER, HYDE &c CO., Send for Price List. 82 CHAUNCY ST.. Boston junl3 sn3w FOR PIMPLES ON THE FACE, Blackhead and Fleshworm. use PERRY’S improv ed Coraedone and Pimple Remedy, the gieat skin medicine. Prepared only by l>r B. C. PERRY, Dermatologist, 4'J Bond St., N. Y. Sold by Druggists verywhere. nukr22d&w,n6ml7 '_MARRIED. In this city. June 16. by Rev. Dr. Shader, Albert 1. Randall of North Bridgwater Mass , and a. Jennie Itedlon, daughter of Nath’l Redlon, rnq.. o ^in'oray, bv Rev. E. Bean. Harrison Dill of Port "E 39^;»Vn.ght of Pitts of Damar briue’s lather, by Key. Geo. E- H1'1' ™"in H- Lhasc and Mins Ella H. Sanderson. [No cards.] DIED. In this city, June 16, Susie J., wife of Warren Han son. aged 34 years 4 months. [Funeral services Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clk, Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Buiial at the convenience of the family. lu Bowdoin, May 7, Mr. James Tarr, aged 49 years 3 months 24 days. In New Gloucester, June 12, Mr. Otis Alleu, aged G6 years 7 months, in Chelsea. May 30. Ellen M. Whitaker, aged 23 years 4 months. In Cambiidgeport. June 14. Lottie G., intant daugh ter or J. W. and Olive M. Green, aged 4 months and 7 days. OKPARTIJRB OFOCGAN MTEAitlr'HS NAME FROM FOR OATF Hecla.Boston.Liverpool Jnne 17 Crescent City.New York. Havana.June 17 Columbia.New York .Havana.June 17 vVisconsin.New York. .Liverpool_Juue 18 Columbia.New York Glasgow_June 18 Algeria.New York. Liverpool ...June 18 City of Havana.... New York. .Havana.June 18 City of Bristol.... .New York .Liverpool—June 19 I Prussian.Quebec.Liverpool. June 21 Batavia.New York. Liverpool... June 21 Colon.New York.. Aspinwall.. .June 20 Albemarle.New York.. Bermuda.June 20 OJtario.New York. Kio«Janeiio. June 23 Wilmington.New York. Havana.Jane 24 Russia.New York.. Liverpool_June 25 Miniature Alanionc.Jane IT. Sun rises. 4.23 I Moon ris^s. ... 12.00 AN Sun sets.7.38 I High watei.5.00 PM M^AJRITsTF] NEWS. PORT OF PORTLAND, Timidity, June 16. ARRIVED. Steamer New Brunswick, Pike, Boston tor Eastport and 8t John. NB. Scb Clara Redman, Condon,Jacksonville tor Bucks port. Sob J L Cotter, (Br) Nutter, St John. NB-166 300 ft lumber to Geo S Hunt. * ^Scb Kate Walker, Rich, New York—coal to Wm E Oenulson. A Long, BrowD, Boston. Sc), Le»l», Boston. KSBRhSEtass,,otitataD. Rock nor 1 Lmn'il«?? «*“'* Franlc Clark. Morton, from SfhX»r?h^i\:1;oh1^otJ1bU»m .nd part CLEARED. Steamer Dirigo, Johnson. New York ^ Barque Emma Parker. (Br) Stanley Mowe. Cole & Benson. • ,,ey’ Buen<* Ay«». Barque (Alter. (Br) Rieh. Pictou NS. Brig Belle Prescott, Waterhouse, Buenos Avr»c_ A S S K Spring. Ayre*“" Sch Pointer, 'Patten, Windsor, NS—master. Scb Ella, Humphrey. New York—Bunker Bros. Scb Lillie Rich. Perkins, Providence—Bunker Bros Scb Baltic. Parker, Bo-ton—J Nickerson. Sch Radiant, Nickerson, Isle Shoals—Chas Sawyer. Sch Eliza Sawyer, Cook, Calais—Natbl Blake, Sch Henry R, Ingalls, Cutler—Natbl Blake. Launched—At Waldoboro 13th Inst, from the yard of Sami Nash, a tine copper fastened sehr of 130 tons, named Edward Kent; to be commanded by Capt Oliver Wincbenbach. DOMESTIC PORTS. NEW ORLEANS—Ar 9th Inst, barque Vanguard, Mitchell. Rotterdam. Cld 10th. brig H M Rowley, Rowley. Providence. SAVANNAH—Cld I3tb, sch Clara Sawyer, Braus comb. Philadelphia. CHARLESTON-Ar 10th, brig Ohas Wesley, Hard ing, Boston, (and sailed 13th for Bull River.) Sid 11th, sch l.ucv Hammond. Bagiev, Georgetown. BALTIMORE—Ar 14tn, brig L Staples. Henriman, Matanzas. Cld 13th, barque Ophelia M Hume Hume. Monte video; sch Wm Arthur. McDuffie. Salem. PHILADELPHIA—Ar 13th, biigs A J Ross, Wy mau, Caibarien; Richmond, Powers. Cardenat. Ar 14tb, sch Alaska. Clark. Bruin wick. Ga. Below 14tli, brig Helen G Rich, St rout, from Sagua; sch Hattie E Sampson. Davis, from Savannah. Cld 12lh, ache B J Willaid, Woodbury, Barbados's; Medford. Orne, Sabo. Passed down 13th. barques J G Norwood, for Liver pool; Jude Mildred, tor Caibarien. NEW YORK—Ar 13tb. sobs Hattie Haskell. Yeung. Pernambuco; D B Doanc, Nickerson, Bull River; J Tilden, Haskell, Providence. Ar 14th, barque New York, Gibbs, Cadiz 60 davs; f>cbs Martha T Pike, Allen. Cat Island : E N Tower, Perry, Cow Bay; Silver Spray. Chadwick, Wilming ton;'Senator Grimes, Philbrook. Philadelphia for Boston; Geo E Prescoit, Mills, Vinalhaven; Anna Elizabeth. Geichel), Windsor, NS; Tarrapin, Woos ter, do; Jeddie, Tnmer. Hillsboro; Velma. Look, St George NB; Comet. Stacey, Calais; M A Brewer. Simpson, Belfast; Maria Lunt, Bangor; Clara Jane, McAllep, Rockland NB; Susan Brown. Carter. Dix Island; J A Cook, Sullivan. Rockport; Virginia. Strout, Calais; Teazer, Hadloek.and T Benedict. Marr, Portland; Lacou. Kilpatrick. Calais; Ligure, Richardson, do; Franklin. Brown. Bangor; Zicova, Candage, Providence; Delaware. Snow. Rockland; Florence Mayo, Hall, do; Mariha Matia. Thurston, Calais; Harriet Newell, Gould, Macbias; F A Heath, Warren. Bangor. Ar 16th, ship John Banyan. Gilmore, Rotterdam; brig Addie Hale, from Cuba. Cld 14th, barque Courser, Marsdeu. Montevedio; schs Lizzie Lee, Smith. Lnmoine; Nel'ie Grant. Jor dan. St Augustine; L Warren, Roberts. Newbern; Mary F Pike. Good, Portland ; Garland, Libby, for Below, ship YoSemito, Mack, from Liverpool. Passed through Hell Gate I4»li. schs Silver-Heels, Newman, Elizabethport for Providence; Eureka, Norwood, Hoboken for Portland; Maria Adelade, Kent, Port Johnson for Salem; Lookout. Frye, Hobo ken for Boston; Forest City, Davis, Elizabethport for Salem. PROVIDENCE—Ar 13th, schs Lizzie Raymond, Lord, Port Johnson, J Tinker, Stanley, and Damon, Calaigi Olive, Warren, Machias; Doris, Kief, Ellsworth. Ar 14th. scb Montrose. Allen, Calais. tVl>oe’ Richardson, Bangor; Wm D Cargill, Rich, Plttston. Sid 14lb. sob Rosani.ali Rose, Gilkev. Philadelphia VINEYA RD-HAVEN-Ar lath, Gen HowSrd, Erskins. from New York for Augusta; Sophia Krauz, Dyer, Alexandria for Boston • Greenland. Parker, Port Johnsou for Portland; P LSmith, Upton, and Citizen, Upton, Elizabethport for do; Alice Dean, Bartlett, do for Pembroke; Mary,Coombs, Bucksville for Newburyport; Cbilion, Grant, from Hoboken for Medford. EDGARTOWN— Ar 13th, scb Olive Branch, Brown New York for Portland. BOSTON—Ar 14tb, schs Gen Connor, Cousins, fm Sagua; Mary Stewart, Coombs. Philadelphia; Lizzie, Leighton. Port Johnson; A S Emery, Emery. New York; S H Pool, Colbv. Bangor, j Ar 15th, schs Abby Dunn, Fountain, Brunswick; Freedom, Whitney, Jonesboro. Sid 15tb, brigs Proteus, and Lewis Clark. Ar 16tb. brig Ocean Belle, Dizer, Baltimore; schs Agues I Grace. Smalley, Savannah; Armida Hall, Hall, Charleston; Helen Maria, Smith, Camden; Je rusba Baker. Johnson, Portland. Cld 16th. barque Howland, Tucker, Surinam; scb W H Mailer, Crowley, St John, NB. FOREIGN PORT*. At Calcutta Oth ult. barques Lizzie H, Spring, for New York, ldg; Danl Draper, Clark, unc. Passed down 9th, ship Geo Skolfield. Skolfleld, for Boston. At Bombay 10th ult, shin Gardiner Colby, Dunbar, and Pocahontas, Duncan, for iJverpool. Ar at Bassein April 28, ship Mogul, Freeman, Rio Janeiro. Sid Apl 28, ship Ivanboe, Herriman. Liverpool. Ar at Genoa 30th ult, barque Monitor, Eaton, from New York. At Cadiz 30th ult. barques Evanell, Hichbom, and Carrie E Long. Patk, from New York, disg: Narra § inset, Hamlin, and Marathon, Donnell, disg; brig Data ska. Wheeler, for Philadelphia. In Elsinore Sound 30th ult, Southern Rights.Wood bury, Irom Savannah for Reval. Ar at Havre 13th ult, ship John Watt, Morse, New Orleans. 81d lm Havre 30th ult, snip Success, Chase, lor Philadelphia. Ar at Deal 31st ult, barque Proteus, Murphy, from | Singapore for London, (and proceeded.) Passed the Lizard 1st inst,barque Nellie May, Blair fram Dunkirk for New York. Ar at Auiwerp 3l6t ult, barque Polly Lewis, John son, Valparaiso. Ar at Liverpool 13th inst. ship Young America, Cummings. San Francisco, 106 days. Sid 31st ult, barque Arlington, Costello, for Phila delphia. Sid fm Queenstown 3d inst. ship Anahuac. Spauld ing, (Irom San Francisco) for Liverpool, in tow. At Buenoc Ayres Apiil 28, barques Andrew C Bean. Wooster, for New York, ldg; Saimiento, Lewis, for Boston. At Eleuthera 5th inst, sch L M Warren, Johnson, wtg cargo. SPOKEN. April 15. lat 0 30 S. Ion 29 31 W, ship S S Thomas, from Cardiff (Mch 3) for Callao. June 2. lat 49 53. Ion 22, ship Mt Washington, from St John. NB, for Liverpool. June 11, off Nantucket, brig Iza, from Portland ior Havana. No date, In the Gulf, ship Mary E Riggs, trom New Orleans for Liverpool. " ■ ■ ■ ■■■ —■■■■■■ -MM- I .— NEW ADVERTISEMENTS j Ridiculous Ideas are entertained about pur gatives. It is dangerous to scourge the stomach, to rasp the bowels Jo prostrate the nervous system with furious evacuants. Nature has given a sample, in the famous Seltzer Spring, of what the bilious, constipa ted, or dyspeptic system needs for iis restoration, and in Tarrant’s Effervescent Seltzer Aperient Science has Improved on Nature by combining all the valnable ingredients of the German Fountain In a portable form, and omitting ibo-e which have no medicinal virtues. This agreeable jud po'ent saline altera lve changes, the condition of the blood and puillles all the nuids ot the body. Sold by all drug gists. Jnl7Tii&S2w&w2t CITY OF PORTLAND. S E W E R N~Q TICE. NOTICE is hereby given that on MONDAY, the seventh day of July next, at 7* o’clock P. M., at the Aldermen's room in the City Building, a hear ing will be had of all parties interested in tha peti tions for Sewers in the following named streets: Pearl street, from Middle to . ederal streets. Waterville street, sewer to be extended through Monument street. Neal street, from Bowdoin or Carroll tovi^rds Pine I st'eet. Salem street, Irom Emery towards Clark street. Congress street, from India t<> Washington street*. Anil tha theieafterwards this Board will deter mine and adjudge if public convenience requires ne construction of hewers In said strotts. Per order of Commute* ” Chairman. "Mountain Air 1 ANY family preferring the dry bracing air of the mountain to the moist salt **ter atmosphere, can find a very desirable residence, in the beau tiful village of 1? A. R I S HILL. I he house is finely located, two-story, with piazza, lawn in front, with fruit trees and one acre and a half of land. 1 he room are highposted an I modern in finish, cement cellar, cistern, furnace, hard and soft water in the kitchen, and a never (ailing well ot 6plendid water out-of-doors. There is a large ham and sufficient out-building*. It is adapted for Summer or Court boarders. The village has two mails a day from Portland and Is but 2$ miles from the de|.ot of the G. T. K. K. Any of the furniture can be bought if desired. Price $3000 Enquire of Strout & Gage, Attorneys, Middle Street, Portland. jun I7dti TO CONTRACTORS. SEALED Proposals will be received at the office of F. H. Fa>selt & Son, Architect*, where the plans and specifications may be examined, until THURSDAY. June 26th, for building a High School building for I ho Town of Freeiiorl. The committee reserve the right to reject auv or all bids. Portland, June 16, 1873. ‘ Jul7dU „ Portland, Juno 14, 1873. Mr. Editor:—I noticed in your paper that I had left the bed anil board ot Win. L. Snell and without Just citise. I had a just cause and I left and took mv bed and the Sheritf took the board. And as for paving bi'ls of my contracting is someihing that he hasn't done for me or himself either. Jul7d3t» ADDIE I. SNELL. MISS. JENNINGS, N • . II Bin 8TBBET, Can now suit the Ladies In all the new stylish pat terns, and will cut, tit, and do all kinds ot Dress Making at short notice. Jul7d3t new advertisements. PROPOSALS. Third Story Union oSS?*10*’ ) near Charles street, Baltimore, Md., June iT j Proposals arc invited for fumutdus’.nt.re llvetlng stone on U. h. lighters nJt, F*l,r!l Puiut on the Cape Fcai river, North Caroilua?«£!! ttparute proposals for stone I*Ailed on lighter* ■> juarries' ii the river accefc.t*lble;to tug boat*/ ** The right to reject any bid la reserved. Blank form*, specifications and any desired infor mation can be had on application at ibis office. *VM. P. CRAJGHILL, Jul7d6t Major of Engineers. ATL ANTIC HO USE J SCAKBOKO BEACII, OAK HILL, MAINE. THIS popular Summer resort will open fur the season of 1873 on WEDNESDAY. Juu„ 18th. This bouse is closed to trundeut vlsilo.s on the Sabbath junl7d2w S. B. GUNNISON, Proprietor. Maine Savings Bank. W». lOO Middle Street. PerllenU. 1EJOSE1 deposited In this Bunk on the first day |?U of any month bottlus on Interest th> same dav. It deposited on any other day, logins on Interest the Irst dav of the full,wing month. Junlid&wif A. M. BURTON, Treasurer. FOR 8x\LE. T>LACKSM1TH Shop tools and stand situated at tfS*lre °" til* Him of the Portland A smith tC lhaU Ro*d» a Kood chance tor a good black - enquire of HORACE EMERY, ■I”1™*** _ »1 THK PlIgniSE*. WANTED. AGENTS to “itlltho n-w Impr v, d Amerii-an Sew ing Machine. In every county in Maine. Apply or address D. niTCHFUi. 183 middle Hi., Port land: It. «. KOLLI3M. Kauver, m«.| H. Dewey, 41 Area Ml . Bnleu, .Rase Junl7 d3t» Wanted. AT the Reform School, .a sniart capable women a* Overseer in the Boy’* kitchen. Address Suprintcndent. junl7Mw 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 tine assort ment of Hammocks, Buggy Um brellas, Shawl and School Straps can be found at MAHER & CO.’s, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. ju9 ledtf BOffDS. New York City .... 7 « <« ♦» . . . <$> Brooklyn City - - 6’g Jersey City - • 7’» Elizabeth City 7’» Canada Southern R. R., Gold, - 7’s B. & Cedar Rapids R. B., Gold, - 7’s Northern Pacific R. R., Gold, - 7-80’ -FOR SALE BY R. A. BIRD, 97 Exchange St __ fcbM BONDS. State of Maine .... 6’s Portland & Bangor City 6’g Bath & Rockland City • • - 6’s Chicago City - ... 7’g Wayne & Clay County, Illinois, • 7’s Toledo, Ohio, ... 7.80's Northern Pacific R. R„ Gold, - 7.80’g Bnrlington Cedar Rapids & Minn. ■ 7’s Maine Central, Consolidated. - - 7’s Canada, St. John & Halifax Bank notes Bought and Sold. Win. E. WOOD, Ag’t ScH 8-dtfip 67 Exchange St. H. M. PAYSON & CO., Bankers and Brokers, — OFFER FOB SALE — Portland City .... «’g Bangor.6’s Bath ..... 6’s Cook County - - - - 7’s Chicago - .... 7’g Toledo, Ohio - - - - 8’s Scioto County, Ohio - • 8’s Leeds & Farmington R. R., guaranteed 6's Portland & Rochester R. K. • - 7’g Maine Central R. R. - - . 7’g Northern Pa iflc R. R. Gold - 7-30’s Government Bond... Bank Stocks and Gold Bought and Sold. 33 EXCHANGE STREET ap3_PORTLAND.dtf FIRE WORKS! Wholesale Agents tor the eale of Fire Works. Fire Crackers, Torpedoes, Rockets, Roman Candles, Serpents, Pin Wheels, Triangles, Bine Lights, Pistols, Blast Guns, Crackei s, Pistols, new, Chinese Rockets, Canuons, Double Headers, Mines, Flags, Masks, Fancy Pieces. Towns and cities tarnished with displays at the Factory prices. jy Orders from the country promptly attended to. CHAS. DAY, JR. & CO., 94 EXCHANGE STREET. o.d&wtjlyi Special Announcement! Now opening at NO. 130 MIDDLE STREET, Opposite Woodman True’s PORTLAND, MAINE, A large and splendid assortment ot CHAMBER FURNITURE! Direct front the Wi.nuf.iyt«ry. which will be .olflnt W holc.nle Price*. Direct exchange betircen the producer and consume*. gy Those in want of such good* are invited to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. Jnnl4dtfCEO. H. IKERBIAM. M. 8 E A V E Y , M. D.. 242 Congress Street, Has added to his bnsineas the Agency of the Health-Lift Co. At hi- room I* a machine which all who are troubled with bocks, ictok stonuichs or ininerfect eir cnlallon of the blood are Invited to examine. Hi chines deliver* d to purchasers at N. If. ntlces ■loan <M* pat hie medicinen an uwaul. |«3is3w Copartnership. WB have nddmltted MR. FRANKLIN FOX a* 1 >aitner in our_tirm from this dale, anti shall tim namr of l>u.ino»e as former!, under the PIIINNEY, JACKSON & FOX. , , p»»«t * JACKSOW. Portland, Jnne 1#, 1873, d3w New Hoarding House. THE Snbecriber, having leased the new n»<f mm roodions h"iise, recently erected bv («e » R Da vis & Co., up n the ‘‘BUnehard prc^?ty.-Vf H?Kh PtoMfWtahDnonnclog to the ^public that be n ill about the Hist of April epen it foi u h.■« c.a^ijoanling house. Booms can he*e<u and tali particular* as to terms, &c., obtained. by calling at the honee from 10 A. 3. to 12 M„ ami fKmicJJluj f_ :_apr3eodtf_8. 8. KNIQliT. Portland Savings Bank, NO. 91 EXCHANGE ST. ALL dei-Mts of oue dollar and upward, com mence Interest on die lirsl day ot the mnnth following the date ol deposit. _ may2»-dif FRANK NOTES. Treaenrer. I. o. o. F. THE Monthly Mcetlngof the Mufnal Relief Atso clatlon of the 1. o. O. F., will be bolden at Odd Fellows Hall on Tuesday Evening, June 17th, 2 7J o’clock. Per Order_ k C’ BARSES, See’v. Portland, June 16th, 1873. Junl8diit

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