Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, June 25, 1873, Page 2

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated June 25, 1873 Page 2
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THE PRESS. WEDNESDAY MORNING,JUNE 26,1878. FOR GOVERNOR, NELSON DINGLEY. JR., OF LEWISTON. EvEttv regular attache of the Press la furnished with a card certificate countersigned by Stanley T. Pullen, Editor. All railway, steamboat and bote managers will confer a favor upon ns by demanding credentials of every person claiming to represent our Journal, as we have information that several “bum mers" are Reeking courtesies in the name of the Press, and we have no disposition to be, even pas sively, a party to such fraud We do not read anonymous letters and communi cations. The name and address of the writer are in all cases indispensab e, not necessarily for publication but as a guaranty of good faith. W-* cannot undertake to return or reserve com- : municatious that are not used. « The Collegiate Crop. During the next four weeks the colleges of the country will hold their annual commence ments and turn out into the world’s market their annual crop of young men. In quanti ty the yield will doubtless be about the same as usual and the quality no more wonderful, unless we accept the expectations of the ycung men themselves, in which case it will be the most brillunt and successful that the world has ever known. Of all the young men in the country, those who can write class of '73 after their names arc to-day the most hopeful. * The future upon which they lift their eyes is rosy hued. The drouth, the threatened short crop, the depressed lumber market, the dark ways of Wall street that make havoc with le gitimate business, the greed of monopoly and ■peculation that infuses stagnation into use ful industry and deadens enterprise, the hum drum lives of thousands of the older sons of their alma mater in the sharp struggle for bread, nor even the advancing cholera, give the slightest tinge of the sombre to their outlook. Nevertheless candor compels us to state, that there is the most indubitable proof that there has been just such a collegiate crop put upon the market in each of the past fifty or seventy-five years. Doubtless the graduates of 1873 will have the same unexpected revelations. The bril liant man who has carried everything before him in college and counts upon the full tide of success in life will in a few years be found toiling for bread in some pursuit that sug gests anything but classics. The talented young man who has been eloquent in the col lege society debates will not be found among the Websters, but in some quiet country vil lage, somewhat seedy, and eagerly looking after such scrip as he can get by making jus tice writs. The ready fellow who could dash off sparkling essays and poetical effu sions will possibly earn his bread by reporting for the daily paper or be driven to such des peration that he will write stories for the New York Gusher. The fellow who took the prize for the best written essay last fall, in four years may have learned that the world does not invest largely in that literary commodity and may become a successful teacher or, the victim of hard fortune, a copying clerk or much worse in the departmental tread-mill at Washington. The young man who in his day dreams outshone Beecher and Chapin will be con tent to break the bread of life to a rural flock—and may he do it faithfully. The ele gant man of the class if he returns to meet his class at the end of three years may possi bly confess that he is making wealth as the owner of some usefUl, but as many young men foolishly think, vulgar patent right. It may be a car-coupling, a rat-trap, a washing machine, or lucky composition for blacking boots. The butt of the class—the fellow of rough exterior and the stranger of the tailor and boot-maker in ten years may turn up as the member of Congress from the last new state of the West. May his hands be clean of jobbery and his heart as free from guile as it was when he left his verdant hills. The young men who graduate this year, like many of those who have preceded them must not hope to secure conspicuous or hon orable or lucrative positions at once or per haps at all. The statement will possibly be unwelcome; but however brilliant they may be, the country has not a first class mis sion for every one who would like it. There are, however, thousands of places where they may be useful and obtain very good bread by vory hard and common place labor. There never was greater need for liberally educated men than at the present time. There is a deal of bard work to do. There is not much glory in it nor much fame to be achieved in doing it, but the best interests of the country require it and it is the duty of the liberally educated man to roll up his sleeves and go in to it. In this practical business, let us expect much fiom the collegiate crop of 1873. The attention of scientific men having been called to the increasing frequency of sun strokes during the last few years, some of them are of the opinion that the growing prevalence of the use of iced drinks may he the cause. The use of of cold drinks produc es congestion, for when the system is heated only moderately, the cold liquid stimulates circulation to such a rapidity, that it is dan gerous, and has actually caused congestion of the brain. A German experimenter took some dogs, produced in them a strong artifi cial thirst, and allowed them to drink all they wanted of ice water. The result established the opinion he held, snd proved the evil of excessive indulgence In cold drinks. The Springfield Republican is a model newspaper and we trust it will allow us the privilege of continuing an exchange, despite the spiteful act o( the last Congress; but once in a while it makes a mistake and on rare oc casions does the thing thoroughly as will be seen by the following: LYNCH LAW IN MAINE. George Fields, a negro, ravished Lizzie Koch, a young German girl, near Augusta, Me., Sat urday. Fields was soon arrested by the sheriff near Labac, and taken to Augusta, where he was hanged by a mob. Our State capital denies the charge; indeed never thought of it. The trustees of the Prostetant Espiscopal Theological School at Cambridge Mass., have declined to accept the donation of $100,000 proffered by Mr. Nathan Matthews on the condition that the board of management be so recognized as to contain the high and low churchmen. Mr. Matthews in his communi cation says that he wants to put this disturb iug question in the Episcopal church where it can cause no misunderstanding to which the trustees reply that they do not desire to introduce the matter at all. That able and thoughtful journal, the Boston Pitot, takes decided grounds against the formation of the proposed “Irish Union” at Cleveland, next month. It declares that the Irishman who would proscribe a native American, and the native American who would proscribe an Irishman, are guilty of the same crime against the principles of the Constitution. But the Irishman is guilty of more than the other. When he joins a secret society, he is recreant to his religion; when he joins a proscriptive society, he is recreant to his citizenship. The report that Mr. 8chultz has resigned the charge of the American department of the Vienna Exposition, was premature. It is said by competent authority, that this distin guished New Yorker has shown wonderful tact and energy in the discharge of the duties that were thrust upon him, and that to his executive ability, is largely due the great cred it that the United States will receive from the exhibition. Veby unwelcome to the sorely afflicted in surance companies must be the reports of ex tensive fires in all parts of the country. They are not yet of sufficient amount to cripple any of our strong companies, but if the drouth continues the aggiegation of compar atively small losses will make serious inroads intd prospective dividends, a game which has already been played twice too often. In less than one week the fiscal year of the government closes, and thus far our ex ports have amounted in currency value to $203,028,638. Last year for a similar period they were $219,764,270, showing an increase of $43,764,270, or in gold $88,055,900, while the increase of imports exclusive of specie is $2,515,958 over last year. The opposition papers are very much chagrined because the Republicans of Maine declared themselves so emphatically on the Credit Mobilier and salary questions. In the face of the expressions of which this is a sam ple, they cannot make any capital, and they do not conceal their disgust. But it is a way the Republican party has of speaking to suit itself, and not its enemies.— [Albany Evening Journal._____ Elsewhere will be found some account of a murder in the poor house at Cornville, by poisoning, last week, Maine is rivalling New York city in this species of crime. Shore Fisheries or New England—Grad ual Decrease of their Productiveness.—Professor Baird, United States Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries, states the following conclusion* from his investigations in New England waters in 1871 and 1872: That the diminution of food fishes along the south coast of New England is substantiated; that the shore fisheries have been gradually decreasing for twenty years; that by 1871 traps and pounds had taken the place of hook and line in all successful fishing; that hluefish are decreasing; that the period of decrease of shore fisheries is synchronal with the time during which traps and pounds have been well established; that In 1872 the decrease was so great as to diminish tlfe profits of traps; that this decrease is due to pounds and weirs, and to the ravages of hluefish upon spawning fish; that the remedy is to regulate the action of the weirs during the spawning season, pro hibiting their use from Friday night until Mon day morning of each week of the spawning season. Prof. Baird adds: “I am not prepared to advocate the abolition of traps and pounds, as without them it would probably be extreme ly difficult to furnish fish in sufficient quantities to -meet the present and increasing demand of the country, aud they also perform an import ant service in the capture of bait.” Professor Baird leaves this week to extend his observa tions along the coast of Maine. A Young Man Who Wants His Life In jured.—A young man from a New Brunswick city, who had been visiting in Milwaukee, Wis., recently passed though Bangor on his way home with a fair daughter of the West to whom he had been engaged, and whom he was taking to his provincial home to show to his fond parents. He took her to his father’s house; thejfatlier looked coldly on her, and the young man quit the parental roof loudly pro testing that he would take his girl to the States, and after procuring the seivices of a clergyman proceed to win bread for himself -and the idol of his affection. But the fellow had been so influenced by the papa’s threats of disinherit ance, that he inwardly resolved to send the poor girl off to shirk for herself. In pursuance of thiB plan, he, on the arrival of the train at Vanceboro’, nchecked his baggage to his home, and waiting ou the platform till the last moment, he let the train go on and took the next train back. The girl, on discovering the cruel desertion of her lover took the matter coolly and with genuine grit. Slid told a con fidante whom she bad made on the train that, by-and-by, she would come back and put a re volver bullet through that young man’s heart if it cost her a life sentence in the provincial pe nitentiary. Treatment of Cholera.—A physician of New York, whose treatment in cholera has been very successful, writes to the Times of that city as follows: First let me say that I have no ‘stereotyped’ mode of practice, either for this or any other disease, which is so vauntingly put forth as al most oracular by many, who probably never saw a case of cholera; for it is well known that it assumes a variety of forms and requires a varied course to suit each individual case. One of the most powerful aids we possess is the steam-bath, and in the absence of proper ap paratus it can be effected by placing the patient in bed and wrapping him in woolen blankets, rung out of water as hot can be borne, and dry blankets over all. Cover the abdomen with a linseed poultice, bottles of hot water about him and at his feet; ice to quench thirst. Fric tions with dry flannels are useful, should they not produce spasms by too much motion of the patient; if so, they will do more harm than good and should be discontinued. Astringents, as tannin, and stimulants, as brandy, ether, am monia internally, aud moist heat externally is the proper course. President Grant on Profanity.—The N. Y. Evening Star has the following: “On Fri day, before leaving for Long Branch, the Prcs dent dropped in to see a well known citizen of Washington. During his stay the daughter of the gentleman referred to remarked that she had heard a pleasant thing about him (the Pres idext). The President inquired to what she re ferred. ‘I have been told by an ofBcer who served with you in the arm\,’ said she, ‘that he had been with you undei many trying circum stances, and that in no single instance, no mat ter what the provocation, bad he ever known you to make use of profane language. I was delighted to hear this, especially in view of the fact that profanity is said to be the rule, and not the (xception, among army officers. Will you excuse me, Mr. President, if I inquire what I heard is true.’ ‘It is, I believe,’ modestly re plied the President; ‘I have always regarded Iirofane language as unnecessary, to say the east, and as I am a man of few words 1 have never been able to understand the necessity for useless expressions of the character referred to.” The Geneva Award.—Several owners of vessels destroyed by rebel crnisers, have re cently applied for information relative to the disposition of the Geneva award. These appli cations are based npon the assumption that the process of distribution will begin immediately after the payment of the money by Great Brit ain in September next, and nave been made in consequence of the representations of claim agents. Such Is not the fact. The money will be invested in United States bonds, which will be kept as a special fund until Congress shall provide some means for the distribution. Sen ator Edmunds has stated that he intends to in troduce a bill which should obviate the necessi ty of middle-men. To the Point.—The Springfield Republican siys: ‘ The ghosts continue to walk in New York politics. Messrs. John Cochrane, Ethan Allen Waldo Hutchins and others, sign a call for a “Liberal Republican” conference at the St. Nicholas Hotel, June 2d. We said our say about these gentlemen, while they were still living; never with greater plainness and free dom, than during the recent canvass, when an honest man and a good cause were cursed with their ill-omened support. We have nothing to add—nor to take back. Now that they are dead, we find them for the first time, entirely harmless, and rather amusing. News aud Other Items. Out-of-door temperance meetings are held in Hartford, Ct., with great success. Fort Pillow Forest is growing gray-haired and is gradually breaking down. M. Thiers is about to write a book ou the “Arts in Itally during the Middle Ages.” Mrs. Dunniway has nominated herself a can didate|for the Mayoralty of Portland, Oregon, A Montreal boy was sent to jail for twenty days for shooting small birds, and his gun con fiscated. The women of St. Joseph paraded the streets the other day, carrying the motto, “We’ll vote or fight.” Pere Hyacinths is reported to have declined the permanent pastorate of his Genevese con gregation, There are 228.161 naraesin the new directory of New York city, an increase of about 17,000 over last year. The women of a Wisconsin town have organ ized a society to prosecute men who leave their teams standingou street crossings. A Philadelphia bar-keeper has contributed 82000 of a prize won by him in the Havana lottery to the funds of an inebriate asylums Some of the officials at the Law Department fear that the death of Horace F. Clark will complicate the Credit Mobilier suit. “Let the dead bury their dead.” the Liberal Republican General Committee have invited Senator Fenton to deliver them an address on the 4th of July.—[W. F. Herald. A Lansing, Mich., correspondent says wheat is looking well, but the spring crops ate poorly. The late season and dry weather have not been propitious. The cut worm is busy in the cornfields around Dundee, Micb., and the complaint is general of the failure of seed-corn to generate. Some planters hare put seed in a third time. The Agricultural Department is in receipt of generally good accounts of the growing cotton crop. There is an average increase of twelve per cent in the amount cultivated. Hon. David W. Gooch sustained an injury in the knee by slipping npon the doorstep of his residence in Melrose on Monday evening, and will be confined to his house several days. The Signal Service Bureau claims that dur ing 1873 eighty per cent of its weather proba bilities were verified, and seventy per cent of its cautionary signals realized in storms. A Minnesota paper asserts that a kerosene lamp, so set that the rays of the sun passed through it and came to a focus on a window ourtain, set the curtain on fire. The Cleveland Herald suggests that the Ni agara Falls be roofed over, as it is now possible to get a surreptitious glance at them without paying for the sight. Captain James A. McClung, constable in Mount Sidney, Va., having retired to rest feel ing is well as usual, awoke in the morning to find that he was deaf, dumb and blind. Ex-Senator George W. Jones, tbe life-long Democrat, of Iowa, has at last become a Re publican, but he denies a current report that he is about to establish a Republican newspaper in Dubuque. An Atlanta doctor advises persons afraid of the cholera to stand on their heads for one min ute three times a day. He argues that this ar rests abdominal depression, and would be a healthful gymnastic exercise at any time. Women members of the Congregational churches of Iowa propose to raise an endow ment of $20,000 for the feminine department of Iowa colleges, by contributing each one cent a day for the next five years. Senator Carpenter of Wisconsin, Congress men Blair oi Michigan and Moore of Illinois, are called upon by their constituents to stand up like little men and tell what they did with the back pay. The Nashville papers estimate that if five thousand dollars had been spent last April in improving the sanitary condition of that city one million dollars would have been saved to its commerce and many valuable lives pre served. The Richmond Enquirer announces its inten tion to treat any man who announces himself as an independent candidate in the State cam paign “as an active cooperator in the attempt to give the State over to the control of the blacks.” The Buffalo Advertiser has this to say to the New Vork prohibitionists, who threaten sepa rate action: “Allies who refuse to fight save in the way which they deem best, and who want to always lead, are undesirable allies, and can be easily dispensed with. The crop prospects along the entire line of the Northern Pacific road in Minnesota are very flattering indeed. Wheat and com are both looking as well as they possibly could und er the circumstances. If nothing intervenes the crop will be immense. A gentleman who has seen the President states that the names reserved for considera tion,from which will be made the appointment of Chief Justice, are B. R. Curtis, E. Rock wood Hoar, Wm. M. Evarts, George B. Wil liams, Attorney General, and Senator Howe of Wisconsin. An old lady selling eggs lately asked, as is usual, “What’s the news?” “The latest,” said the obliging clerk, “is that the Yankees have got the Modocs.” The old lady struck her knuckles on the counter and exclaimed, “I hope the last one of ’em will die of it!”—Savan nah Advertiser, The farmers of Illinois are called upon, by the Executive Committee of their State Asso ciation, to meet iu their several counties on the Fourth of July, to celebrate the day and to “consider and act upon the dangers that now threaten the safety of the nation and the liber ty of the citizens in the shape of chartered mo nopolies and corrupt conspiracies against the public interest” STATE NEWS. ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY. The Lewiston Journal says that the prospect for the uext Freshman class of Bates College is excollent. The class will number about 35 persons, of whom three are ladies. The fu ture of Bates was never more promising than now. A dispatch to the Boston Herald says that the two ladies who started the literary paper called Once a Week in Lewiston about three months ago, which paper had obtained quite an extensive circulation, nave absconded, mulcting many subscribers who paid in advance. The type, &c., is under attachment. AROOSTOOK COUNTY. The people of Sherman propose to give an en- : tertainment the 4th of July in aid of the sol diers’ monument. KENNEBEC COUNTY. The banquet of the 11th Maine is to come off at the Mansion House, Augusta, says the Jour nal. Speaker Blaine is expected home from his California trip on Thursday. OXFORD COUNTY A correspondent sharply denies that there ever was a thought of opening the Bradley mansion for a summer boarding house. The Oxford Democrat shows that there has been an increase of population and business at Paris Hill since January, 1870. Buckdeld boasts of a railroad track. PENOBSCOT COUNTY. The Whig says that a young man named Blanchard, residing in the town of Plymouth, was kicked by a horse on Tuesday the 14th inst., and was so disabled as to be obliged to use crutches, and on Wednesday, while coming down stairs, he fell and broke his right shoul der. He now lies in a critical condition. The Universalist State Convention begun its annual session in Bangor yesterday. Bobert Welch was drowned in the Penobscot below the E. & N. A. Bailroad bridge Monday night. Drunk. SOMERSET COUNT!. Press Correspondence. Elijah Dennis of Comville was arrested Mon day charged with fatally poisoning Daniel Max well. The two had been occupying the same room in the poor house. Maxwell died very suddenly on Wednesday of last week—some conduct on the part of Dennis excited some suspicion, and upon examination a bottle near ly half filled with strychnine was found in his pocket Dennis was arrested and taken before Justice Liscomb, and after being arraigned fur ther examination was postponed for one week, and in the meantime the stomach and its con tents are to be examined, which will virtually decide the whole matter. The deceased was some 85 years old and Dennis 66. The funeral of Andrew McEaddcn of Emb den was largely attended on Sunday at the res idence of his son Ozias McFadden. Somerset Chapter of Royal Arch Masons, Northern Star Lodge of Anson and Keystone Lodge of Solon were in attendance, about one hundred and fifty of the order. The deceased was a charter member of NorthernStar Lodge and ofSomerset chapter. Rev. Dr. Sheldon of Waterville preached a very pleasing discourse, being ad mirably adapted to the occasion. Deceased was 84 years and six months old. Mr. Coburn is able to ride out and slowly im proving. A large crew are at work on the Someiset Railroad. The contractors are laying the brick upon the new Court House. A Reinforcement Demanded. When the system begins to wilt under the effects of the first ‘‘heated term/’ it is obvious that it ought to be reinforced and sustained by wholesome stimu lation. To resort to the adulterated UquorB of com merce in such a crisis, as too many do, is the height ot infatuated folly. All such fiery stimulants have a sting. After the first effect has past away, than sting is felt. The reaction is terrible- The prostra tion of body and mind which ensues is more complete than before. But the operation of a medical tonic like Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters, in which extracts ot the rarest remedial herbs and roots are blended with the spirituous essence of rye, pure and undeflled is very different. No unpleasant reaction follows its use. It is a permanent, a perpetual fnvigorant, and there is no phase ot debility, indigestion, biliousness, nervousness or Intermittent fever which it will not speedily cure. SPECIAL NOTICES. Yacht for Sale. The Yacht Emily, just arrived, iB offered for sale low. She is fast, well built and finished. 21 tons bur den, 38 feet long, 13 feet 6 inch beam, and built after the model ot one of the fastest yachts in the New York Yacht squadron by a western builder. For further particulars enquire of the owner on board or of W. A. QUINCY, ju25sntf at F/inter’s Exchange. Direct from the Manufactory. The subscriber is unpacking Chamber Suits daily at 130 Middle Street (opposite Woodman & True’s), which we will sell to everybody at wholesale prices. GEO. H. MERRIAM, Manufacturer’s Agent. jn25tf m 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. 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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 R that the oflenders are brought to speedy aad strict Justice. Per order. ap29 sntf ON THE BREAKFAST, LUNCHEON, DINNER AND SUPPER TABLE, LBA dr PBRRINS’ Worcestershire Ranee IS INDESPENSABLE. JOHN DUNCAN’S BONN. New Ysrh, Agents for the United States. oetJ7 eodsnly Howard Association* Philadelphia. Pa. An Institution having a high reputation for honor able conduct and professionalskill. Acting Surgeon, J. S. HOUGHTON, M. D. E-save for Young Men sent free of charge. Address, HOWARD ASSOCIA TION, No. 2 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. mj7 sn3m Go and see the Ladles’ Salts D. C. G OLDER, is selling: for $5.75. elegant white lawn suit, only $7.50, worth $15. B FREE STREET. ACTUAL FACT ! A LLAMA LACE SACQUE, For #13.50, really worth #20. PARASOLS, SUN-UMBRELLAS A % SHOWERETTES. TOURIST, WALKING-STICK, CROOK AND CLUB-HANDLE. 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Finally, by the influence of friends, I consented to try Vegetine, commencing on the first of January last, and soon after 1 experienced a senable relief, and could feel it working in my system very differently from anything I had ever taken before, and at once discovered that it was accomplishing the object so earnestly desired. I continued on, following direc tions for three months, and the first .of April found me a well man; have passed through the not sum mer, and have continued to be free from any appear ance of it to the j resent time. My general health is excellent; and my recovery, of which I had about despaired, I ascribe entirely to the use of Vegetine. I could never have been con vinced of the marvellous result of this wonderful Vegetine under any other circumstances; but now I recommend every one to iry this inestimable reme dy, and that all is true as Is represented. 1 am a liv ing witness; and it will afford me great satisfaction to show the marks oi my disease, and converse on the merits of Vegetine, as none will dispute who owe it what I do. I will here mention of my child having a severe attack ot heart complaint, which Vegetine has en tirely cured, and shall always be happy to make Its virtues known within the lange of my influence. Yours, very respectfully. E. H. ITOUNG. Mr. Young has been in the employ of the Boston Herald during tho past eighteen years. Many can vouch for the above statement. REPORTS FROM APRACTICAL CHEM IST AND APOTHECARY. _ Boston, May 1,1871. Dear Sir—This is to certify that I have sold at re tail, sixty three doz. 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Nice stable and carriage house attached, together with 2} acres of land; there is more than 100 fruit trees; house con tains 12 rooms six on a floor and heated with a fun uace convenienly arranged for one or two familes. Apply to JOHN C. PROCTER, or S. H, COLS WORTHY, Ju21sn2w_ 92 Exchange St. A BOOK FOR EVERY MAN. 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 Debility, Hypochon- j dria, Impotency, Spermatorrhoea or Seminal Weak ness. and other diseases arising fiom the errors of youtn or the indiscretions cr 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 ot 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 Bulfinch street, Boston, «Jf De. W. H. PARKER, Assistant Physician! trill a. ill ,?uthor ma-V be consulted on the above as ■l"l^^g^fTr*<inlrtD« ,kU1 »nd MANUFACTURERS fire and marine INSURANCE CO., OK BOSTON. MASS. Paid ap Cash ^Capital, The subscriber having been appointed Agent oi the above Company may be found at the office ot MESSRS. MARWICK St FOYE, NO. 3 EXCHAlVtiB HTBKRT, prepared to insure against losses by Are at favorable rate*. Dwell!ugs and Furniture insured for one, three or Ave years. RUFUS W. DEERINU. jnia mtf SPECIAL NOTICES. LADIES~SUITS. A Large AuorlmeBi -** EASTMAN, BROS. White Lawn Salts, at 83.75 to 820.00 Grass Cloth Suits, at 84.50 to 810.00. Mantle, Batiste, and Tasso Linen Saits, at 86.00 to 825.00 Linen and Lawn Polonaises and Dusters. MISSES “YACHT’’ SUITS, "With Hats to Match. EASTMAN, BROS., 332 Congress St. Jul2 dtf

FOR MOTH, PATCHES, FRECKLES And TAN, use PERRY’S Moth and Freckle Lotion. It is reliable and harmless. Sold by Druggists everywhere. Depot, 49 Bond St., N. Y. mar22 d&wBnCml? KID GLOVES FOR THE MILLION ! The Cheapest in the World* 100 DOZ. KID GLOVES I Just received aud for sale at 7B cents to $1.25. — always — THE LARGEST STOCK. THE BEST COOKS. THE LOWEST PRICES. L - E - A - C ■ H , 84 IIIDDLG STREET. Junl7sn2w REMOVAL. CHARLES RE. HAWKE S, — DEALER IN — Western Ci y and County BONDS* Office removed to 96 MIDDLE STREET. junl3 . sntf I - C - E C - R - E - A- M T. S. HATCH, —OFFERS— ICE CREAM! of superior quality, in any quantity, to Families, Pic nics and parties. Spoons and Plates furnished with out cffik/ge. Orders may be left at Hatch’s Oyster House, 307 Congress, or at the manufactory, 170 Pearl, below Oxford St. ju20sndlm Piano Tuning. Orders attended to personally by ED. B. ROBINSON, Piano Booms, 5 Cahoou Block. (Opposite City Hali.) mar28-d3m. BANK OF PORTLAND. On, and after this date, the under signed will carry on a strictly Banking business, at the Banking Rooms now occupied by the Secon National Bank, in Portland, Maine, under the style of the “BANK OF PORTLAND’’ and as such, will receive Deposits and make Discounts, in the regular course of the Banking Business. W. N. GOOLD. Portland, June 24th, 1872. jun23newlt then sn tf CHANGES. The world has many changes seen Since some who’re living now were young; What those of greatest note have been Has oft been heard from many a tongue; In modes of living and of dress, Some we are sure have been for ill; They’ve not incresed our happiness, And we are sure they never will. But Boys who change their Winter “clothes,’* For Summer “Suits’’ at George Fenno’8, Will fitted be from head to feet, Corner of Beach and Washington street jul8snlw Boston. Dr. Bickncll's Syrup Cares Bowel or Sommer Complaints, Dysentery, Diarrhea, Cholera Iflorbus Cholera, Colic, Sick or Sour Stomach, Indigestion &c. Contains no opiate and does no produce Ccstiveness. Druggists sell it. ju20 sn3m SPORTSMAN’S FRIEND ! C U L E X~ F U G E . A sure preventative from Mosquitoes, black Flies, &c. WHOLESALE <fc RETAIL, At the Fishing Tackle Store of CHAS. DAY, JR, A CO., 94 EXCHANGE STREET. Junl2 dsn4w EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS. The annual examination of candidates for positions as teachers in the public Schools of Portland, will be held in the Girls’ Boom, High School Building, on THCBSDAY, July 3, 1873, at 2 o’clock, P. M. W. H. SHAILEB, GEO. W. TBUE, STANLEY T. PULLEN, CHABLES F. LIBBF, CHABLES J. CHAPMAN, Examining Board. Portland, June 10,1873. ju!2sndtd SUMMER SUITINGS, JUST RECEIVED AT ROLLINS dc BOND’S, NO. 60 MIDDLE STREET. JS'-CALL AND SEE THF.M^J Jul9 sntf BATCHELOR'S HAIR DIE. This splendid Hair Dye Is the best in the world• The only True and Perfect Dye. Harmless Sellable and Instantaneous; nodisappointment ; no ridiculous tints or unpleasant odor. Remedies the ill fleets of bad dyes washes. Produces Immediately a superb Black ok Natural Brown, and leaves the hair clean, soft and beautiful. The genuine, signed W. A. vchelor. Sold by all Druggists. CHAS. BATCHELOR, Prop., A. F. ldiw lyrs N FOR PIMPLES ON THE FACE, Blackhead and Flesh worm, use PERRY’S improv ed Coraedone and Pimple Remedy, the great skin medicine. Prepared only by Dr. B. C. PERRY, Dermatologist, 49 Bond St., N. Y. Sold by Druggists verywhere. mar22d<&wsn6ml7 CIGARS! CIGARS! CIGARS*' Tobacco, Tobacco, Tobacco. PIPES, PIPES, PIPES. Cheroots, eleven dollnre per lOOO. Tobacco from 95 cent* per ponnd to 93.50, and Pipes from one cent each to 9100 each. All the above can be had at STEBBIN S CIGAR STORE, 360 Congress Street, Portland. WHOLESALE. Cigars very good for 817 per 1000. New Times, Old Tinea, “Havana Clem,” Ne Brands And many other Brands of our make. Iam in a position to sell at lower rates than any other Manu facturer or Jobber in the State. R. NATHAN, (Late C. H 8TKBBIN8,) 360 Cengrem Street, Portland. Id® tn3m A. PARSONS, 91. D., DENTIST, Hat removed to NO. IS MARKET SQUARE. U1 SPECIALTY—Administration of Ether for the purpose of extracting teeth without pain. Junl3 sntf CARRIAGES. Received this day on consignment an assortment of first class Carriages. Responsible parties buying these Carriages need not pay for them till the Car riages prove as represented. E. T. PATTEN * CO., ■.slasher sad Geaeral Caaaaaiaoioa .Her rhaala, ■TO STREET. Jatt_salw . FI RE W 6 R K S. Wholesale Hrad-Qaarter* for FIRE WORKS, CRACKERS, TORPEDOES, *«s *C., AT Low pbic e* : CUTTKB, HYDK A CO., Send tor Price U«. 03 CHAUNCY ST.. Boston JualE su3w SPECIAL NOTICES. I I I • ' » I I I Time Testa the merits of all Things. 1840. For Over Thirty Years, 1878. PEBBY DAVIS’ PAIN-KILLER . Has 'been tested in every variety of climate, and by almost every nation known to Americans. It is the ^!'„S™°“p,ai:Lon 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 Since the PAIN-KILLER was first intrnflnppd and met with such extensive sale, many jiSiSS' 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 Sol It is because DAVIS’PAIN-KILLER is what it claims to be a Reliever of Paiu. Its merits are Unsurpassed. If you are suffering from INTERNAL PAIN, Twenty to Thirty Lrops in a Little Water will al almost instantly cure you. There is nothing to equal It for Colic, Cramps, Spasms, Heart-burn, Diarrhea, Dysentery, Flux, Wind in the Bowels, Sour Stomach, Dyspep sia, Sick Headache, Ac. In sections of the country where FEVEB AND AGUE Frvails, there is no remedy held in greater esteem. ersons traveling should keep it by them. A few drops, in water, will prevent sickness or bowel trouble from change of water. From foreign countries the calls for Pain-Killer are great. It is found to Cure Cholera when all other Remedies Fail. WHEN USED EXTERNALLY, AS A LINI MENT, nothing gives quicker ease in Bums, Cuts, Bruises, Sprains, Stings from Insects, and Scalds. It removes the fire, and the wound heals like ordin ary sores. Those suffering with RHEUMATISM, GOUT, or NEURALGIA, if not a nositive cuie, they find the Pain Killer gives them relief when no other remedy will. It gives instant relief from Aching Teeth. Every 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. IOP*DirectionB accompany each bottle. Price 95 els., 50 els.,and 01 per Bottle. jul6 eodlmsn To Lei. THE commodious four storied Brick Store, No. 57 Commercial St.—immediate poeession given. Inquire of ELIAS THOMAS & CO., No. 90 Commercial St. Or of W. W. THOMAS, Canal national Bank. septl28ntf _MARRIED. ■In this city, June 24, at the First Baptist Church, by Rev. Dr. Shailer, Wyer Green, Esq., and Miss Clara M. Farrar, both of Portland. In Waldoboro, June 3, Ira J. Oliver of Damaris cotta and Miss Addie M. Eugley of Nobleboro. 331 ED. * In this city, June 23, Mrs. Martha Weeks, widow of the late Phillip Weeks, aged 96 years 7 months. [Funeral services Wednesday forenoon at 10 o’clk, at St. Stephen’s Church. In Kennebunkport, June 21, Mr. James Leach, aged 70 years. In Cbelsea, Mass., June 23, of pneumonia, Mrs. Sarah S., widow of the late Capt. Chas. W. Waite ot Portland, Me., and daughter of the late Nathan Saw yer of Cape Elizabeth, aged 68 years. [Funeral services this Wednesday afternoon at 3 o’clock, at No. 8 Casco street. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. DEPARTURE OF OCEAN STEAM E BN i Russia.New York. .Liverpool_June 25 Nevada.New York. .Liverpeol_June 25 City of Merida.New York . Havana.June 26 City of Antwerp ... .New York.. Liverpool.... June 28 Pereire. New York.. Havre.June 28 Moravian .Quebec_Liverpool... .June 28 Calabria. New York - Liverpool.... Jnne 28 Adriatic.New York. .Liverpool_June 28 Claribel.New York..Kingston,J. .June 30 Siberia.Boston.Liverpool ...July 1 MoroCastle.New York. .Havana.July 1 Sarmatian.Quebec.... Liverpool_July 5 Miniature Aliuauac.June 35. Sun rises.4.25 Sun sets.7.40 I Mood sets. 8.50 PM High water _11.45 AM MARINE NEWS. PORT OF PORTLAND, Tuesday, June 34. ARRIVED. Steamer New York, Winchester, St John, NB, via Hastport for Boston. Soli Delmont, Gales, Philadelphia—coal to Rich & Judkins. Sch Aivarado. Torrev, Philadelphia. Sch Alaska, Thorndike. New York—coal to Ran dall & McAllister. Sch Gazelle, Gardiner, Pembroke. Sch Raritan. Bickford, Deer Isle. Sch Columbus, Wallace. Bath. Sch Niagara, Spofford, Southport. Sch Empire, Johnson, Boston for Calais. Ar 22d—Sch Gulnare, Bowden, Providence. CLEARED. Steamer Falmouth, Colby, Halifax, NS — John Portcous. Barque Brunswick, True, Montevedio—Mowe, Cole & Benson. Sch Czar, Eldridge, Port Caledonia CB—Yeaton & Boyd. Sch Monsita, (Br) Wyman, St John, NB — John Porteous. Sch N & H Gould, Wixon, Providence—J Nicker son. Sch Nicanor, Baker, Providence—J Nickerson. Sch Frank Pierce, Grant, Ellsworth. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.1 KENNEBUNKPORT. June 23—Ar, Ischs Jos Fish, Hupper, Wiiraington 8 days; Ontara, Sprague, from Hoboken. [FROM MERCHANTS’ EXCHANGE^ Sid fm Havana 15tli, barque Norton Stover, Sher mau, Cardenas. Ar at Cardenas 13th, brig A H Curtis, Merriman, Philadelphia; Manson, Gilkey, do; sch Mary Louise, Bath. Ar at Sagua 9th. brig Isadora Rlonda, Plummer, Havana. NOTICE TO MARINERS. HIGHLAND LIGHT, CAPE COD. A first class Daboll Trumpet has been established at this place and will be sounded n all thick weather, giving blasts of eight seconds duration with intervals between them of thirty seconds. RACE POINT LIGHT, CAPE COD. A twelve inch Steam Whistle has been established at this place and will be sounded in all thick weather, giving two blasts of four seconds duration each, with an interval of eight seconds between them, followed by a pause of forty-four seconds. MEMORANDA. Sch Josephine, McDonald, with lumber for Paw tucket, went ashore on Sugar Loaf Rocks, near Vinal haven, and came off with damage after discharging deckload. She was towed to Vlnalhaven Friday night, and will go to Rockland for repairs. Sch Cyrus Dow. from Cherryfleld, with lumber, got ashore on Hog’s Back, Hell Gate, 23d, and came off leaking badly. Sch Challenge, from Gardiner for New York, was cut down to the water’s edge and carried away head gear by collision in Hell Gate 22d. DOMESTIC PORTS. GALVESTON—Ar 16th, brig John Wesley, Ford’ New York. Cld 16th, sch Altona, Fitzgerald. Pensacola. JACKSONVILLE—Cld 17th, sells J G Drew, Car ter, Belfast; M M Heath, Nichols, Savanilla. KEY WEST—Ar 9th, brig Maria Norwood, Sher man, Baltimore. SAVANNAH—Ar 22d, sch Dion, McDonald, from Dresden, Me. CHARLESTON-Ar 22d, schs Annie Whitting, Hutchinson, New York; C C Berry, from Richmond; P Hazeltine, McDonald, do. Sid 22d, sch Fanny Pike. Robbins, New York. WILMINGTON. NC—Cld 20th, sch Alex Hayford, Sbute, Newburyport. FORTRESS MONROE-Passed out 22d, barque In vestigator. for Amsterdam; Estella, for Belfast; brig Orbit, for Europe. ALEXANDRIA—Sid 20th inst, sch Amos Walker, Dunn. Boston. BALTIMORE—Ar 20th, sch Sunbeam, Banker, Calais. Cld 21st, sch J W Fish, Rivers, Boston. PHILADELPHIA— Below 21st, barque Sarah B Hale, White, from Matanzas; brig Geo Harris, Stow ers, from Cardenas. Cld 21st, brig A J Ross, Lathrop. Caibarien. Ar 22d, barque Florence Peters, Mitchell, Matanzas Below, brig Joseph Clark, Staid, from Havana; sch May Munroe, Hall, from Matanzas; IIS Bridges, Landrick, Windsor, NS. At Delaware Breakwater 21st, sch Abbie. Endeven, from Arecibo, for orders; brig Winfield, Merrill, tor Copenhagen. NEW YORK—Ar 22d, barque Jas E Breett, Grant, Matanzas 11 days; brig Stephen Bishop, Gilkey. Car denas 8 days; schs Hattie E Smith, Brown, San Sal vador ; Ida Lewis, Huestis, Jacksonville: Charlie Cobb, Ames, Spruce Head for Jersey City; Montrose, Allen, Provideuce; Crescent Lodge. Crowell, New Bedford; Hero, Foss. Bangor; Chas S Rogers. Mayo, New London; Marcellus, Sherman, and Benj Strong, Smith, Providence. Also ar 22d, schs Casco Lodge, Pierce, Providence; Robt Foster, Lewis, Millbridge; Cyprus, Dow, Cher ryfield; Lyra. Pickering, and Hero. Was®. Bangor; H P Cushing. Mann, New Bedford; Benjamin, Cross man, Whiting. Ar 23d, barques Lizzie H Jackson. Marwick. Car denas 10 days; Orcbilla, Havener, Matanzas 9 day®; Susan A Blaisdell, Sawyer, do 12davs; brig Adelaide, Wilson, Apalachicola: schs Lucy Hammond. Bagiev, Georgetown SC; J W Maitland, Colcord, Jackson ville: H C Sheppard. French, do. Cld 23<1, barque John Griffin, Westburv. Cieufue S«; brigs Ernestine, Knight, Seville: R W Messer, ewett. Bordeaux; schs I Till v. Cole, for Charleston ; Carrie S Webb. Rowlaud. Charleston. NEW HAVEN—Ar 21st, schs Keystone, Hatch, Calais, James Wall, Grover, Jacksonville. FALL RIVER-Ar 22d, schs Ann. Marshall. and Caroline Grant, Powers, Bangor; Redondo, Moore, Ar 22d, schs Ann, Marshall, ftn Bangor, Redondo, Moore. Calais. . _ . — -— BRISTOL HI—Sid 20th. sch jrnJ. fof Calais; Hat lie Coombs. J a me* m. Phi lad* PROVIDENCE—Ar flat. •**»• ™ trell, davaunan for Fall River, Owen P Hinds, lien denntn. Cdiii. „ _. Ar 23d. ach. Copy. Treworgr. Heocock; Douglaaa Hiid». Adam,. Auguein. Mollte Porter, Megathlin, Portland ; UUIe Kick. Perkina, and OU*« Elfiabeib. Randall. Portland. VINEYARD HAVES-Ar 21at, acha C P Tonng, Rk'hardaon, talUndou tfor Boat on; Whitney Long, Have*. Philadelphia lor Salem. Mary Sand., Perry, Baih for New tork; Alpine, Mar.kail. Portland fi<r do; Maggie D Marafoo, Hooper, Port Caledonia CM for do; Geo HaB. Wade, \ malharen for do; Abbie 9 Oakea. Raleoni, Boek'a Harbor for Phlla.lel|>kla. Sid. brig open Sea; acha Saxon. CaroBa* Knight. Jaa S Pike. Copy. Explea*. Lyra, Burmah. J Snow, Kara Grant. Whitney Long, ami other.. Ar 22.1, acha Delmout. Galen, from Philadelphia for Portland; Ellen Baruea, Brown, Hoboken for Wal doboro. Ar 23.1, acha G M Wentworth, Co!ltn,. New York for Calala; Harry Percy, Percy, fm Port Job naon for Auguata. Sid, acha Let tie Well*, Ellen Berne,. Harry Percy, and G M Wentworth. NEW BEDFORD—Ar mb,ark M & E Hendrraon, Spent. Baltimore. BOSTON—Ar 23d. brig J A Dtvereux. Saunders Hoboken ; schs A• idle L Cutler Smith. Jacksonville; Burmah. Winslow, Port Johnson; Rath Thomas. Willard, do; Pilot, Peabody. Mathias; Jessie. St non, Millbridge; Senator, Ieancaster, do; Ida Blanche, Sellers. Penobacot; Henry A, Wade. WaWoboro; Robt Kantoul.Kelley. Millbridge; Melbourne, Hilton, Gardiner; O E Dodge, Hlnkley. Bath. Cld 22d, barque Sicilian, Percival, Charleston; schs The Star, Clark, and Alice T, Glasgow, Portland. Ar 4th, barque Ethan Allen, Hardy, Cadiz; brig Isabel Beurman, Ryder. Charleston SC; schs C F Young, Richardson. Rondout; Zicova, Candage. Ho boken : Ligure. Richardson, Ehzabethport ; Mary Jane, Merrill, Bath. Cld 24th, schs Sea Lark. Miller, Dorchester NB; Lizzie, Leighton, St George NB; Eliza B Coffin, Hall, Baltimore. SALEM—Ar 21st, schs Sami Knight, Smith, East* port; Mayflower, Abbott, Gouldsboro; Maine, Lord, Sullivan. NEWBURYPORT-Ar 23d, sch Mary E Staples Godfrey, Hoboken. Sid 23d. sch Alineda, Smith, Windsor, NS. PORTSMOUTH-Ar 20th, schs J Means, Eaton, Philadelphia; H E Wedinan, Verriil, Elizabethport. Ar 21st, sch Speedwell, Drisko, Philadelphia. • Ar 22d, schs Sea Dog, Allen, Brashier City. La; J A Crooker, Currier, Jacksonville: Nellie, French, Philadelphia; Annie Murchie, Gibbs, Elizabctbjtort; Calvin, Thomas, Newburg. FOREIGN FORTH. At Calcutta 16th ult barques Lizzie H, Spring, tor New York, Idg; Danl Draper, Clark, unc. Shi fm Newcastle Apl 1, ship Fearless. Crowell, for Kong Rong, 2d, barque Masonic, Lampher, do. Sydney NSW April 6, barque Signal, Whit *%New York. Leghorn Valeneia 2d inst, barque Alfred, Burt, lor Europe? Ba88eiu 7lh nit, ship Mogul, Freeman, for New YoS?natJMlt 3(1 torque Keystone, Berry, sl<£ Alican^™ 7,h bar'»u8 H8l8» Sands,Wood SanV^S"9'11 in9,'8bip « Warren, Ellis, Sld fm Liverpool 9th lust, barque Don Justo Ben nett, Boston. Sid fm Limerick 9th inst, ship Kendrick ruk Watts, St John. NB. ri8d’ Sid fin Peuarth 8th inst, ship McNear, Scott, tor Hong Kong. Sid fin Queenstown 9th inst, barque Ukraine, Grif fin, (trom San Francisco) Havre. §POKEN. Moy 23, lat 19 50, Ion 25 19 W, ship Uncle Tobey, Sinnett, from Cardifl for Caliao. June 21, lat 38 10, ion 74 30, sch Nellie Chase, from Cuba for Portland. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Warwick Collar! Warwick Collar! WIDE BAND. DEEP POINT. ALSO ELMWOOD COLLAR EDGES ALL FOLDED. No other Collar have folded Edges. Point* cannot tarn up. Beware of Inti tadMi. Be sure and see that it is made by the Narragansett Collar Co., Who ate SOLE OWNERS of the Patent. FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. jn251m Navy Department, Bureau of Construction and Repair, Washington, June 21, 1873. SEALED Proposals will be received at the Bureau until 12 o’clock noon, August 7,1873, for the con struction, including all the mater als except the live oak timber, of the hull of a steam sloop-of-war of about 640 ton9 measurement, complete for sea service. Plans and specifications in detail for the hull, show ing the work to be done, may be seen and examined at this Bureau, and at the Commandant’s Office at the Navy Yards at Philadelphia, Brooklyn, Charles town and Kittery, on and after the 6th of July next. The hull must be completed in all respects accord ing to the contract and specifications; the materials must be of the be9t quality, and the work must be done in the best manner, and the vessel be delivered at such Navy Yard on the Atlantic coast as the De partment may direct in eight months from the date and signing of the contract. Payments will be made as the work progresses ia proportionate amounts, reserving the usual percent age until the final completion ana acceptance of the vessel. The bids must be accompanied with the guarantee required by law. that if the contract is awarded, it will be promptly executed, and the names of the parties who are-to become the sureties to the amount of the face of the contract will also be stated. The Department reserves the right to accept or re ject any or all bids which, in it* opinion, are not to the public interest. Bids will only be accepted from parties who are known to be shipbuilders, and to have the necessary facilities for doing the work. jn25dlawWtd FIRE WORKST Wholesale Agents tor the sale of Fire Works. Fire Crackers, Torpedoes, Rockets, Roman Candles, Serpents, Pin Wheels, Triangles, Bine Lights, Pistols, Blast Guns, Crackers, Pistols, new Chinese Rockets, Cannons, Doable Headers, Mines, Flags, Masks, Fancy Pieces. Towns and cities furnished with displays at the Factory prices. (^“Orders from the country promptly attended to. CHAS. DAY, JR. & CO., 94 EXCHANGE STREET. Juul2 eod&wtJlyt CITY OF PORTLAND. NOTICE. PROPOSALS will be received by the Committee on Streets, Sidewalks and Bridges, until WED NESDAY, July 2, A. D. 1873, at 3 P. M., for the ex cavation of 2500 cubic yards (more or less) of earth, to be taken from the angle of Congress, near Alms House street. The said earth to be put in Wey mouth street. The city reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Address proposals to CHAIRMAN COMMITTEE ON STREETS, SIDE WALKS AND BRIDGES. jn25eodtd Have you seen them 1 If not, go to HIAHER & CO.’S, Opposite P. O. Ju25 dtr Warren Academy, Woburn, Mass. OPEN SEPT. Sin, 1873. A Scientific School, especially arranged to fit for admission to the Mass. Institute of Technology and like institutions, with ample Chemical and Physical Laboratoiies for practice, and drawiug rooms for in struction in Mechanical and Free-hand Drawing. Re fer to the President of Institute of Technology. For circular, and fuller information, address Dr. EPH RAIM CUTTER4 Sec’y, Woburn, Mass. jn25dlm Hotel For Sale or Lease, The well and favorahly known BAKER H OH m E , pleasantly located at Yarmouth, ten miles from Portland, The trains of the Grand Trunk road stop within a few rods of the Terms very favorable. Apply to the propri the premises, or Wm. H. Jcrris, Real Estate Portland. Jn25d2w BfcLELLA* CADETS. EVERY Member of the McLellan Cadets la re quested to meet at their Armorv on FRIDAY Evening tke 27th day of June, at 7J o’clock, as busi ness ol importance will come before the meeting ju25d.1t_. Per order WANTED-Board ai.d two connecting reams wanted for gentleman and wUb frost July HU with privilege or giving music Isstoas liaeacep tlouable reference given, and “ “f time. Address, stating term*. Ac.. GKO. C^DON SON. 75 Shaw taut A vs., Buetoa. Mass. ^ Ju2Sd3t« W«Efl. k• ALBERT HA8KKIL. Jn23*3f_No lD A ID Pm Street Mass. Infttitot? of Terknoloc). For Catalogue and Jaws Enins’es ftaaavM Papers, addreas Prof. SAMVEL kUIUMl, Ac , retan, Bret on. Mm jnlOdlm H asied la Psrrtase. ADRT or PAMCT GOOD* STOCK, re, string n small capital Ad itw. W AIT,’UDceuf that papas JsBRs 10 PERCENT.NET. THE IOWA liUX AND TRVST (tlMPAST wtU Invest money on Irat-claaa Beal For ate at IS par cent. Interest, net, pnyable sanitanauatly la Sea Tskaal Will (arantar the > nUrcth.a of all loan# auats through Its kgsscy All ekargra paid by tbs borrower PVaaa write, before lav iwring, hr New Turk and Saw Eng land referencta. tad fitll particulars Saw gL Mtt RII.L, late tl.v.mor of f.iaa,- Presided Address •1AMES B. HARTWELL, Sar’y. Draw 1*7 Dr* Moi nes. few*. _ _ jm’S'iw WANTED gtg •cans Me or inn Rark'w made at Danbury, Cnn. Tbe l atest and Dos*. Tke Mlillee*. Fa asset, and Easiest Lark Mtisrh, wiralghl Needle Ear bine In the market, better trims than any company . Address, JOHN A. DUDI.F. jnltliw Gris. Agent. Danbnry, Cans. A/IFVTS1*00'1 *«f*dre yourselves or others -A VI L.t » k5by trying to sell old wort bless hooks* “l ivliiRblonr Lout und Found,” BOO Fanes, 10(1 Eaurar ings, -Flans, Dr. Frits 53.30. Is theonTr book on Africa and Ita explorers which people will buy. Send for sample (free) to MCTCAL PCBL1SHING CO., Hartford I 1 Conn. Jn-MMw I NEW ADVERTISEMENTS N E V E R Heilfcl « Cough. Nothing is more certain to lay the foundation for future evil consequences WELLS’ CARBOLIC TABLETS. are a sure cure for all diseases of the Respiratory Or gans, Sore Throat, Colds, Croup, Diphtheria, Asthma Catarrh, Ilorseuess, Drynesaor the Throat, Windplr*’ or Bronchial Tubes, and all diseases of the Longs. * In all cases of sudden cold, however takeu, these TABLETS should be promptly and freely used. They equalize the circulation of the blood, mitigate the se verity of the attack, and will, in a very short lime re store healthy action to the affected organs. Wells’ Carbolic Tablets are put up only in blue boxes. Take no substitutes. 1ft ev can't be found at your druggists send at once to the Agent in New York, who will forward them by return mail. Don’t be deceived by Imitations. Sold by all druggists. Price 25cents a bo*. JOHN Q. KELLOGG. 18 Platt-st., New York. Send for circular. Sole Agent for United States. Jn25__ dlwt 30th Thousand in Press, stale increasing. 9.000more LIVE AGKNT8 Wanted for our LI YIN GSTON E^AFRIC A oyer 600 pages, only $2.50. Incomplete anil interior works are otter cl. look out forthem. Send for circu lars and see Proof of the greates success of the sea son. Pocket companion worth $15 mailed free. HUBBARD BROS., Publishers, 723 Sansora Street, Phila.Ju25»w noHEY-MAKIlIO BOOKN FOR Nin. nKHCAlMVAMNINU. Agents & Salesmen Attention! Bryant’s Library of Poetry and Song; The New Housekeeper’t Manual, by Miss Beecher and Mrs. Stowe. Both selling fast and lar. Exclusive liberal terms. J. B FORD & CO., New xork, Boston, Chicago and San Francisco. Jn2514w Tamale «Ki?R,t?:',t1 Cl.ARM, male or ptoymenfatT.mi.’X ed; full Instructions and valuable p^kag'e ut nmhto start with sent tree by mail. Ad!KsJ*ilaS0oIIt return stamp M. YOUNG & CO., 173 Grio^chw!! New York. Jn2B-4wt Zenas Thompson, Jr., SUCCESSOR TO J. M. KIMBALL & CO., MANUFACTURER OF FINE CARRIAGES. Vears Experience at the “Old Manufactory.” I am constantly manufacturing ami have In stock All the Leading Styles of Light Carriages. All work made on the premises under my persona supervision from the Real defected and moat Reliable VIale rials, anaurpaaeed in Elegance, (Style and Darability. Cats or Drawings furnished upon Appli cation. “Old Repository," 302 & 304 Congress Street, PORTLAND. CARD, I take pleasure hi recommending Mr. Thompson and his work to all my old friends and patrons who may want a reliable carriage at a fair price. Mr. T. baa been in my employ and associated with me In business nearly 20 years. J. M. KIMBALL, jull eod2m BONDS FOR SALE. Portland City . . • 6's Bangor “ . . . «’g St. Louis “ - . - « s Elizabeth, J., • 7’s Cleveland “ • . 7’g Toledo “ ... S’* Cook County, 111., . . - 7’s Marion County, Ind., - . S’s Maine Central R. R. - - 7’s Portland & Rochester R. R. - 7’s Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe Gold 7’s Northern Paeilic R. R. Gold - 7-80’s Chicago, Dan. A Vin. R. R. Gold - 7’s Atlantic & St. Lawrence B. R. Stock and Dcf. Bent Scrip BOUGHT BY Swan & Rarrett, lOO MIDDLE STREET. feb24_ eodtt BONDS. New York City .... 7 “ « “ . . 6> Brooklyn City ; - - - (i’s Jersey City - 7’» Elizabeth City .... 7>j Canada Southern R. R., Gold, - 7’s B. & Cedar Rapids R. R., Gold, - 7’s Northern Pacific R. R., Gold, - 7-80’ -FOR SALE BY R. A. BIRD 97 Exchange St. feb26 B O N_D S. State of Maine .... 6’s Portland & Bangor City - - 6’s Bath & Rockland City • • - 6’s Chicago City - - - - 7’s Wayne & Clay Comity, Illinois, - 7’s Toledo, Ohio, ... 7.30's Northern Pacific B. 11., Gold, - 7.80’s Bnrllngton Cedar Rapids & Minn. • 7’s Maine Central, Consolidated. - - 7’s Canada, St. John & Halifax Bank notes Bought and Sold. WM. E. WOOD, Ag’t Sept 8-<ltfta 07 Exchange Pit H.M.PAYSON&CO., Bankers and Brokers, — OFFER FOR SALE — Portland City .... 6’s Bangor.6’s Bath ..... .6 s Cook County - . - . 7’, Chicago - .... 7’s Toledo, Ohio - ... 8’s Scioto County, Ohio • > 8’s Leeds & Farmington R. R., guaranteed 6's Portland & Rochester R. R. - - 7’s Maine Central R. R. - . . 7’s Northern Pa.iflc R. R. Gold - 7-80’s Goyernment Bonds, Bank Stocks and Gold Bought and Sold. 33 EXCHANGE STREET ap3_PORTLAND_dlf_ Copartnership Notice. THE umlrnugnol bare tkb -Ur formed s eopart ne—hip nmin «b« arm nut aad atyfo of II. II. KICKER * CO. aad tafara Sen NO. OO MARKET STKKKT, •™* Mkldl*. eaatlaatas tfaa foaiu Um la H. H. Uafcrr when <Uw«rta« wHh H T. rmata. nt maaahrtairni aad,.>!, --m itwit'v-j MtdlriHl Pwavailaaa. Flarartaa ■>• 0*«fa. Ka.aarr. *IU. I l(ara «... HOSAi l M IH IU. idiiln.k 1„ SMALL. Partlaad, Map I. ML HC** bar* fan I Aaawm for tba wk fa—*ad r.l..a WaMwl Maw*, aad —it’ k, —a idfaa aa ha—al. bah kra ifa. kra, alMt. Ilkr. ^11111 Tmunitl Waathr<aa4 MV A *«*HUs*| >w Ihril «MMi Mm<Im wtil kril -Tr»i»air J.t, mm *r va. wt.7,, y^tjo »*»*■«.«>» 'M‘ra. “, Ifdlkuu |M-E»r Ik, cMw.< Idkf.ra a— ■*. —-- —|f afTrJw! “* •*“ *■•» **kklkfc»l *“ “*,r uekVvu.le M .m m, !>■"»>. Mmm Mil rt“’ ^ — jSSSd" hl»k ( •akrrare of 4 mri|» It—I I hun kra iu l.arkaM T******* --*—•*—■*■-•' -*iiM II T in I M ' IJD MariluTK. Tlrketa ta pi aa I rri«a ja mb A Mattel train will tana, li .rhnM kr INwtlaad <m thTmaMalaanSrir1** **,*t,p- ***** «*» Anaaef *'T'"1 ? * TV»S«», Itapa. Mill Portland. Jaat n, 111 i. JajM.1t A Chance for a Hood and Sale Investment * THE Stern ITT MkMlt atrwat, now accwptol ky tka wall known Apothecary Dr. Edward Maano. will be told at auction on Twaadey ike mb da* of July, (l( e.a bom preytoua at prlrale auk.) H*» <*”»• Inquire of D. W. Shaw, lnauranrr Agent, II Market Square, or Wm H Ayera, So. go Knrhange .tried Jn2ldtd IwU'iirr ' Notice. N OTICE U hereby flren that William A. Feuler of Portland, ba» assigned and drllyerad to me all hla property, rlghta, aud crwllu, not exempt hy law from atiarhmeula, for the benefit of all bis ered (tore. a Jnztdlw CHARLES A. GILSON, Assignee.

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