Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, June 2, 1876, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated June 2, 1876 Page 4
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POETRY. The Ballad of the Bell-Tower. BT MARGARET J. PRESTOS. “Firs ysars ago i vowed to heaven upon my falchion blade To baud the tower: and to this hour my vow hath not been paid. “When from the eagle’s nest I snatched my lalcon bearted dove, And In my breast shaped her a nest, safe and warm lined with love, “Not all the hells in Christendom, if rung with fer vent might, That happy day in jangllngs gay had told my joy “As up the aisle my bride I led In that triumphant hour, I ached to hear some wedding-cheer clash from the minster tower. “Nor chime nor tower the minster had; so In my soul I sware. Come loos, come let, that I would set church-bells a ringing there ‘‘Before a twelvemonth. But ye know what forays lamed the laid, How seasons went, and wealth was Spent, and all wero weak of hand. “And then the yearly harvest failed (’twas when my bov was born); Bat could I build while vassals filled my cars with cries lor corn? “Thereafter happed the heaviest woe, and none could help or save; Nor was there bell to toU a knell above my Hertha’s grave. “Ah, had I held my tow supreme aU hindrance to control, j Maybe these woes—God knows 1 God knows—had never crushed my soul. “Bv'n now ye bog that I give o’er; ye say the scant Of water & In lowland rales, and mountain-springs are dry. “ ‘Here bo the quarried stones’ (ye grant), ‘skilled craftsmen come at call; Bat with no more ot water-store how can we build the wall?* I “Nay, listen; Last year’s vintage crowds onrcellars, tnn on ton; With wealth of wine for yours and mine, dare the work go undone? “Quick! bring thorn forth, these mighty bntts; let none be elsewhere sold, — And t will pay this very day their almost worth in gold, “Thai so the mortar that cements each stone within the shrine. For her dear sake whom God did take, may all he mixed with wine.” #•••«*• ’Twas thus the baron built his tower; and as the •tory tolls, A fragrance rare bewitched the air whene’er they rang tho hells. A merrier music tinkled down when harvest-days wsro long; _ They seemed to chime at vintage-time a catch of vintage-song; And when the rnts were foamed with mast, ir any lolteiednear auo luiustcr iuww, vesper uuur, auuvu uiiu ue would bear Tingllngs, as of subsiding trills, athwart the purple gloom. And every draught of air he quaffed would taste of vineyard bloom. —Lippincott’i Magazine. From tbe Maine State Press or June 1,18T6. History of Seven Days. The News far the week ending Wednesday Bight. Bay 31. THg NATIONAL CAPITAL. President Grant has made a proclamation pursuant to the resolve of Congress requesting the people to assemble in their various towns and counties the approaching Fourth of July for the purpose of listening to orations on tbe history of the settlement of tbeir respective localities, and that a copy of such historical address be sent to the Librarian of Congress. Tbe Senate franking bill provides that it shall be lawful for the mails to carry such let ters and other mail matter sent by Congress men as they shall endorse as official business. It also provides that letters of official business may be sent free to Congressmen. Secretary Robeson has addressed tbe Honse Naval Committee a letter requesting a public hearing. He has been assailed by witnesses whom be has not been allowed to cross-exam ine, and the committee have allowed the most damaging of this ex parte testimony to get into newspapers. The Secretary bas prepared a de fence which is said to be very strong. His points are that he cannot become conversant with all the abnsee in tbe navy yards—abases which have existed since their establishment; he scarcely knows a naval contractor; ha has had little to do with the contracts, leaving tbe tame to their proper bureau; tbe Cattell and other transactions were had with paymasters and not with him. Congress gets along slowly. All of the ap propriation bills are not yet completed, and moat of them have yet to be considered by tbe Senate. Tbe Secretary oi the Treasury has directed tbe retirement of $404,208 of legal tenders, that being 80 per cent, of tbe national bank eircnlation issued during the present month. This leaves the outstanding greenback circnla Hon #370,123,668. The House hss raised a committee to investi gate the rumors to the effect that 8300,000 was paid members of that body to get the Sand wich Islanda treaty legislation. The appointment of Don Cameron as Secre tary of War provokes general comment, the Interpretation being that it was the result of an understanding between the President and Mr. Conkling to help the latter’s Presidential aspirations. It works badly. TME SLANDER MILLS. The slander business goes on. It was proved la the Shea of the alleged Little Bock bonds Vhieft weaa given to Mr. Blaine that the pack age wee simply a map of certain coal lands, which was sent to him and delivered and thrown apoa a table In his public office in VaahiwMtan. The basis of the last assault will Pc fanod elsewhere. ■paakar Ken aow knows how pleasant it is to have slanderers after him. The whole thiDg m more faliy eat forth elsewhere. POLITICAL. Dakotah territory has elected aniostructed delegate* to Cincinnati. Kansas delegates are all for Blaine. The Spencer wing of the Ala bama Bepnblicans will send Morton delegates. 1 The California delegates to St Louis and the Michigan delegates are for Tilden. The Ken tucky delegation is unpledged. Democratic conventions to elect delegates to 81 Ieuis were held in Missouri, Maryland, Tirgiala and Alabama yesterday. The Mary land delegation is for Bayard, the Missouri claimed between Hendricks, Bayard and Til den and the preferences of the others are not reported. The Iowa Bapnblicans yesterday elected a full Blaine delegation to Cincinnati and adopt ed a resolution endorsing Mr. Blaine. The Louisiana Bepnblicans elected a Morton dele gation. CONGRESS. Thursday, May 25.—In the Senate a petition was presented asking that a permanent Cen tennial star be placed on the national banner. Mr. Paddock, from the Post Office Committee, reported a biU to restore the franking privilege. The Civil Service Committee reported back the vetoed bill to fix the salary of the Presi dent at 835,000, recommending that the bill be passed over the veto. In the House Mr. Mor rison presented and advocated a bill to sim plify the tariff, and Mr. Hewitt, of the Foreign Affairs Committee, renorted on the investiva tion relative to tbe connection of Minister Schenck with tbe Emma mine, Tbe result is that while there is no evidence Implicating Gen. Schenck with any fraud in connection with the affair that such connection was incompati ble with his diplomatic station. The report was aooepted. Friday, May 26. —In the Senate the railroad committee reported a bill to create a sinking fund for the Pacific ltailroad. In the House, a resolution appointing J. H. Patterson, of New Jersey, Doorkeeper of the House vice Fitzhngh removed. No business of public im portance was transacted. Saturday, May 27.—The Senate spent the day on the impeachment jurisdiction question. In the House a large numbar of bills were pre sented, one of which provided for the reduc tion and consolidation of the army. The bill was taken up and considered without a vote. Monday, May 29.—The Senate spent the day over the question of jurisdiction in the matter of the impeachment of ex Secretary Belknap, and as a result voted 37 to 29 that it has au thority to try him for misdemeanors while in office. The House spent most of the session in talking over the Morrison tariff bill, which, it was generally conceded, would not be brought to a vote this session. Tuesday, May 30,— Neither branch was in session. Wednesday, May 31.—The Senate passed the Japanese indemnity bill with some amend ment. In the House the contested election case of Spencer against Morey was decided in favor of the latter. CHIMES AND CASUALTIES. Thomas W. Piper, the murderer of Mabel H. Young, was hung at Boston laBt Friday. He met his fate with complete immobility, betray ing no feeling even at the gallows. Samuel J. Frost, the Petersham murderer, was hung at Worcester the same day. He protested his in nocense of intentional murder. His head was twisted almost from his body. Charles Cates, William Coombs and William KeeD, while sailing in Gloucester harbor Thurs day evening, were capsized and Cates and Coombs were drowned. Keen, after being in the water about two hours, was rescued by help from a coaster at anchor in the harbor. They were about 18 years old and belonged in East Gloucester. Britton’s blocs, San Francisco, was partially destroyed by fire Thursday night Loss will aggregate $300,000; insured, principally in Eastern companies. James Dodmouth of New York, aged 60, murdered his wife Friday night. A young girl named Mary Ann Butler, at tempted to drown herself in the river at Paw tucket Friday, but was rescued. Dubufe’s painting of the Prodigal Son was burned at Cincinnati Friday, where it was on exhibition. Loss $100,000; insurance $25, 000. The Anchor flouriug mill in Sc. Louis was burned Saturday night. Loss $110,000; insur ance $68,000. Wm, A. Stuart of Gorham, N. H,, was drowned while fishing at Milan on Saturday. Saturday night burglars opened the safe of J. B. Kerby & Son, in New Haven, and got away with $30,000 worth of jewelry. Fire at Midland, Mioh., Friday afternoon destroyed the International and St. Nicholas hotels, two grocery stores, one dry goods store, two barber shops, saloons, several unoccupied stores, Masonic and Odd Fellows lodge room and about twenty dwellings. The burnt dis trict comprises four entire blocks and several buildings on others. Total loss estimated at $150,000. The livery stable of Freeman & Francis on Pine and Potter streets,Providence,was burned just before midnight Sunday. Stable con tained between 50 and 60 horses. None of them probably were saved. G. M. D. Bloss, one ef the editors of the Cin cinnati Enquirer, and widely known through out the country, was instantly killed about 7.30 Sunday night by beiDg run over while walking on the (yack of the Little Miami railroad near Brand Hill station, where he resided. By the upsetting of a boat on Fresh Pond, Brighton, Mass., Tuesday, four persons were drowned, viz, Mrs. Dnnckiee and daughter, Maud, Miss Wilsob and her lirtle brother, UUUUUJ. Capt. Alfred Wilcott of Salem was run over aod killed ou the track of the Eastern Bailroad in Boston, Tuesday. Bartholomew Shehan cut his throat at New port, B. L, Monday. A small pleasure steamer sunk in Suncook river Monday evening. Three persons were drowned. Extensive fires are raging in Carroll, in the vicinity of the Twin Mountain House and sev eral hundred cords of wood belonging to Brown’s Lumber Co. have been burned. Newman’s wheelbarrow factory at Milton, N. Y., was burned Saturday. Loss $20,009. Frederika Trechan threw her child into the lake at Chicago, Sunday, and then, with her baby in her arms, jumped in herself. The bodies were iouud Monday morning. The woman is said to have been insane. Passengers from the Hot Springs, Arkansas, report intense excitement there on Saturday over the shooting of John C. Hale, a prominent citizen ot that place, and son-in-law of ex-Gov ernor Brown of Tennessee, by Wm. P. Walsh, postmaster. The difficulty grew out of Wash’s building a store on some ground claimed by Hale. Walsh emptied a double barrelled shot gun into Hale’s side,inflicting a mortal wound. Walsh has been arrested. Three white men, McCarle, Graham and Du morville, sleeping in camp in Iberville parish, La., were attacked by a negro, who killed Me Cardie and Graham with an axe and wounded Dumorville. The negro then plundered the camp and fled. VARIOUS MATTERS. Two years ago Mr. H. W. Edmands was pay ing teller of the Second National Bank of Bos ton, but the sum of $10,000 was missed from the safe and the consequences was his quiet discharge from the service of the institution, August 15tb, 1874. The directors believed him to be an hoenst man, but the fact stood that there was a deficiency of $10,000 for which he was responsible. They were content, however, with dropping him, taking no legal action for the recovery of the money. Since the sever ance of the connection with the bank, Mr. Ed mands has been engaged in the book business but, through all, he has been a suspected man. Last week his deliverence came in a simple way. His successo'r in the bank, Mr. Henry O. Fuller, while engaged at the safe, found the identical bills which had been missing for two years, in the safe near the jamb of the door, and in such a position that’every time the door was opened they were pushed farther out of sight. The Indians in the vicinity of the Black Hills are committing murders daily and stealing the jiiuj/cjij tuo guiu ocoAcio. a. pen i_y UL ^XU cinnatians who went there for pleasure were all murdered. The road from Black Hills is strewn corpses. On the 19th Indians attacked Caster City and burned the ammunition houses which in blowing up destroyed several houses. Gen. Crook’s expedition had at last accounts just got ready to move. BRIEF MENTION. James Gallatin of New York, died in Paris Monday of pneumonia. He was the son of Albert Gallatin, for many years President of the Gallatin Bank.-District Attorney Dyer has obtained judgment against the bonds of the illicit St. Lonis whiskey dealers to the amount of $1,000,000.-Rev. J. F. Withrow, pastor of the Second Presbyterian church of Indianapolis, has received a call to Park street church, Boston.-A grand council of the American Laague was recently organized in Philadelphia, andjt proposes to held a nation al convention July 19th, to aot upon tbe nom ination of President and Vice President. It is rumored that Gov. Tilden intends to re move Sheriff Connor and appoint John Mor risy.-Small pox has broken out at San Fran cisco,——Hon. Hiram R. Roberts died at Salmon Falls, N. H., Tuesday.-Belmont Driving Park Association opened a new park at Philadelphia Tuesday. On Friday Gold smith Maid will trot to beat her best record and then retire from the turf.-The New York Bar 'Association has acquitted Charles O’Conor of all the charges preferred against him in connection with the Forrest divorce case.-The Senate has confirmed the nomina tion of Seligman Bros, as special financial agents of tbg United Stites at Londsn.-The suit of Bessinger et a!, to recover 817,000 from Jay Gould for the alleged sale of gold on Black Friday has been dismissed.-Rhode Island has elected Henry Lippitt (Rep.) Governor, and Mr. Sisson Lieut. Governor.-William E. Dodge jtestified before the sub-Judiciary Committee of the House that he had no daubt but Gen. Butler had a part of the money paid by their firm to compromise revenue suits. Charles L. Lawrence, the New York silk smug gler, plead guilty last week to an indictment charging him with forging custom house en tries, covering substantially all the charges on which be was indicted. FOREIGN. It is thought if the united powers should ask Turkey to cede Herzegovina, charging the new principalities with their quota of the Turkish debt, Turkey would not hesitate to agree. In that part of Bulgaria where the insurrection prevails 118 villages, which contained 100,000 Inhabitants have been burned. Probably Winslow will be surrendered to tbe United States authorities. Uneasiness regarding the Eastern question is affecting securities. It is rumored that the Rothschills are selling consols to the amount of a million, based on the fear that the political situation iu Europe is likely to grow worse. Prince Arthur is to many tbe daughter of the ex-King of Hanover. The steamer Pandora has beeu refitted for another voyage to Smith’s Sound, to bring to England any despatches which may have been deposited there by Capt, More’s Arctic expedi tion. The official inquiry into the origin of the Sa lonica outrage, shows that the American Con sul was absent when the Bulgarian girl arrived and that his brother sheltered her for one night. Advises from Ottawa state the condition of the lumber trade is improving. The demand is greater and prices have advanced. The Sultan of Turkey has been deposed. A dispatch dated May 30th from Constantinople says: Sultan Abdul Aziz has been dethroned and Mohammed Murad Effcndi, nephew of Abdul Aziz and heir presumptive has been proclaimed Sultan. It was effected without | disturbance of public tranquility. Both Chris, tians and Mussulmans express great satisfaction at the change. News of the revolution is well received in both political and financial circles. The Egyptian losses in the recent Abyssinian campaign have been large. Nearly 15,000 men have lost their lives, a few thousands in battle but the larger portion have perished by disease and storms. A disastrous fire in a Quebec suburb, May 30th, destroyed nearly 1000 houses, and the loss of property is estimated at $1,000,000. The fire started at Scott St. at 2 o’clock in the afternoon and raged until late in the evening. A high wind prevailed. ~ WANTS. Wanted. BY a gentleman a pleasant room and board in a priv ate family. Address juldtf“W,” Box 1314, Wanted. SIX Good Hamel* SUitrhcrs. HENRY DUNN & SON, my31d3t LJ7‘-£ Middle Street.' Young- Itlan Wanted. AGED 18 to 20, good penman requisite, salary small but situation permanent. One who has bad clerical experience preierred. Address in own hand writing with references, Box 1659. my30dtf Situation Wanted. A MAN and wife desire a situation to do meat and pastry cooking in a first class Hotel. Charges moderate. Address J. S., Box 614, Lewiston Maine. my29dlw* Rent Wanted. OF five or six rooms, in the central or western part of the city. Anyone having a pleasant convenient rent will learn of a good tenant by ad dressing F. O. Box 652.my27alw* Partner Wanted. A PARTNER with from $500 to $700 to invest in a good paying business in this city. Address O, Press Offige. my27tf Situation Wanted. AS COPYIST, and all kinds of writing, at a moderate salary, by a young lady* Unex ceptionable references given. Address mal7dtf “A.,” at this Office. LOST AND FOUND." Lost. A ROLL of Bills, containing about $30, between Forbes Street, on lower road to Morrill’s Corner and city. The finder will please leave the same at 44 Exchange Street, and be suitably rewarded my26dtt BOARD. Boarders Wanted. A GENTLEMAN and liis wife can obtain good board and lodging for eight dollars per week. Reference reqaired. Address A. B., Press Office, my 29 dlw* REAL ESTATE. For Sale—At a Low Figure. UPPER half of new frame, slated roof dwelling House, containing eleven rooms, with all mod ern improvements, and located on Congress near the head of State Street. First-class in every respect. Lot large. Terms favorable. Inquire of ROLLINS, LORING & ADAMS, mhl4dtf 22 Exchange Street, Portland, Me. ! For Sale. MThe three story brick dwelling house. No. 175 Danforth Street, recently occupied by Watson Newhall. Possession given imme diately. Also, the two-stary brick dwelling house on the westerly corner of Spring and Park Street. Terms easy. JOSEPH ILSLEY. ap20 dtf For Sale. fi. Lot of land with buildings thereon, situated j;| on the corner of Fore and Deer Streets, Port JLland. Apply to J. H. FOGG, apr27dtf 42J Exchange St. For Sale and to Let. TERMS REDUCER! FOB SALE. Story and a half Cottage, with 5000 feet of land, on Sawyer Street, Ferry Village, Cape Eliza beth. Geo. E. Libby, Fort Hill, Cape Elizabeth, will show this property. Worcester houses, 254 and 256 Spring St., and 36 and 40 Clark St. These are frame houses, gas, Se bago water, and all modern improvements. Fine Cottage, with stable and about seven acres of land, South St., Gorham Village; 12 rooms; a very desirable country residence. The Benjamin Norton Farm. Limington, 2$ miles from Cornish Village, 3 miles from Baldwin Station on P. & O. R. R., 125 acres, two-thirds cleared, cuts 40 tons of hay, good fences, story house 28x32 ft., barn, stable ana outbuildings. Also small cottage. Price $3500, $1000 down. Very cheap. The W. JT. Smith Property. East Deering. Large brick house and one acre of land. Several small farms for sale. Terms easy. TO LET. Two Small Tenements on India St. and one on Hancock St. One store on India St. FOB SALE OB TO LET. The Leighton &: Hanson Properly in Deering near Trotting Park. Large house and 7 acres of land. Will be let for a term of years. Otis Brown Property, Saccarappa. Large house with stable, barn and other out buildings. Will be let for a term of years. House 43 P*ne St., Hull Block, mastic finish, contains nine rooms and all modern improvements. Two houses in Hull Block, Carroll St., mastic, nine rooms and all modern improvements. Stewart A Melcher mill and outbuildings West Commercial St., storage and wharfage to let, or the entire property for sale or to let on long lease. House on ML Street, occupied by John D. Spaulding. Lot 60x40, Edward F. Flint Property, near Andrew Sawyer’s, Capo Elizabeth, House and 7 acres of land. Several Small Farms to let. itr A hav Attorneys at Law, 3» 1-3 Exchange 8t. myto<Itf For Sale or to Eet. M A Two Story House with Stable attached, with large lot of land ; buildingin good repair; situated in East Deering, on Verandah Street, third house from Corner Store. Apply to PERLEY & RUSSELL, 102 Commercial Street. my30dtt HOUSE LOTS FOR SALE ON ST. JOHN STREET. Terms reasonable and easy payments. Apply to ST. JOHN SMITH, myl3dtf 31 1-3 Exchange St. FORJSALE. mSix first-class Houses for sale at a bargain all less than ten minutes walk from the Post Office, City. Two houses and three lots of land in Providence, R. I., for sale or exchange for Portland property. Also first-class mortgage paying 10 per cent, will ex change for a first-class yacht. Inquire of . E. PONCE, aprlRdtf Cor. Middle and Exchange Sts, At North Yarmouth. For sale, or exchange for real estate in Port 1, land, or to rent, a two story house, wood shed. •“»' 4 hennery iu barn, a fountain pure water, teu acres land, 150 apple trees. Will be sold cheap Ref erence C. PROCTOR or WILLIAM TRICKEY, Sac carappa.aprlod2m Land for Sale in Deering. THE subscriber offers for sale a desirable lot of land on Stevens’ Plains containing about 30,000 feet. For particulars inquire at No. 218 Fore St. aprllttRUFUS DUNHAM. For Sale. -AML A New two story French-Roofed House, 422 Cumberland St., containing four ■iftT* VTt teen rooms fitted up with furnace, gas, ^^^ca»Sehago water, and all the modern im provements of a first-class house. Inquire of JOR DAN BROS., No. 11 Danforth St. apr4dtf F. O, Patterson’s Beal Estate BULLETIN. MONEY TO LOAN ON first class Real Estate Security, in Portland, or vicinity—Rents collected, taxes paid, etc., on Commission. Houses bought and sold. Apply to F G. PATTERSON, dealer in Real Estate. Office 3794 Congress street, Williams’ Block, between Myrtle M. oun oucgbDi Aluoll Real Estate for Sale. A1! Story House; ten rooms, Sebago water and garden well supplied with fruit. Lot 90x103; ample land for another house. This property is sitnated on Mayo Street, and will l>o sold at a bargain- F. G. PATTERSON, my29d2w___379} Congress Street. For Rent. SMALL House rear 56 Winter St., for rent. Ap ply to F. G. PATTERSON, Dealers in Real Es tate, 373} Congress Street. my24tf New House on Preble Street lor moo, «|vV The new two and a half story house on ;• Preble street, lacing Lincoln street, containing aLseven rooms, Sebago water, good cellar, sink drain and water closet connected with sewer. Terms of payment is $1,000 cash; balance on mortgage. P. G. PATTERSON, Dealer in Real Estate, apl2dlf 379} Congress Street, Williams’ Block. “real estate for sale. The 2} Sto;y Building, No. 92 Danforlb Street; 1st floor occupied as a store; tenement above. Also small bouse in rear; property now rents for $390 per annum. Price $3500. Liberal terms of payment. Apply to F. G. PATTERSON, Dealer in Real Estate, 379} Congress Street. my25 d3w CLAIR VO Y A N T . IRS. L. T. B. KING, A RELIABLE Clairvoyant can be found at the rear of 30 Dantorth St., where she will exam ine the sick, and advise or prescribe as each case de mands. TerniH $1.00. She will visit those who are unable to come to her residence if desired. Mr*. King, in addition to her clairvoyance and remedies, possesses a remarkable healing power which makes her very successful. feb!7d&wtll5 TO LET To Let. AT 203 Cumberland St„ a pleasant and conven ient rent of 4 or 5 rooms. Two rooms on tbe lower floor can be connected. The house is sup plied with gas, Sebago water and a furnace. my30 dlw House to Let. A First-class dwelling house pleasantly situ Bjj! ated in the westerly part of tbe city, to a man wife who will take two Ladies to board if applied lor immediately. Inquire of JOHN C. PROCTER, 93 Exchange St. my29dlw To Let. A PLEASANT Lower Rent of 5 rooms, at 38 Chestnut Street, for $15 per month to a small family. Apply to L. TAYLOR, my27dtf 178 Commercial Street. ROOMS TO LETT Two large and very desirable rooms on State Street. Also a pleasant sunny house, at $400 a year. Inquire of J. C. PROCTER, 93 Exchange Street. my26 dtf To Let. IN tlie pleasant village of Cumberland Centre a large two story house and Btable, convenient for two families or to take hoarders. Church, schools, stores and post office near by. Also one new Photo graph car for sale. Inquire immediately of R. RIDEOUT, on the Premises. my23d2w To Let. . A PLEASANT convenient rent of five rooms with in two minutes walk of city building. Inquire at No. 3 Portland Pier. my23dtf TO LET ! Room in the Second Story ot the Printers’ Exchange, with power if required. Apply to PRESS OFFICE or to B. THURSTON & CO., Ill Exchange Street. ocl2 ' dtj Wholesale Store, IN the Thompson Block, Nos. 17 A 19 OT iddlc Street* Good location below tbe Post Office where all the wholesale dry goods and other classes of trade are located, The finest store in the city, with light and airy basement, two entrances, two counting rooms, brick safe, and elegant show windows, tables, counters and other fixtures. Will be let very reasonably f applied for soon. Apply to II. E. THOMPSON, No. 32J Emery ^ * on the Spring St. Horse Car Route. mhl4 dtf&w22 - o Let. DOWN stairs tenement in a hew house, 171- Lin coln St., Cor. Cedar. Water closet, Sebago water, gas. Also light express wagon for sale. In quire of S. D MERRILL & CO., my20tf 31 Temple St. To Let u in the best of repair, has 9 rooms and large* pantry, good furnace, gas and Seba* o water, good cemented cellar, woodhouse and large arden. In qiure at No. 18 High Street. mylCdtt PETER . ANNA. To Let. A PLEASANT rent of six rooms in perfect order; Jias gas and Sebago. ReDt $250, Apply to L. TAYLOR, 178 Commercial street. myl2-tl Pleasant Front Rooms to Let with Board, Apply at this office. apr29 dtf To Let. SThe easterly half of residence corner of Free and High streets, now occupied by W. H. An derson, Esq. Possession given first of May. re of F. W. LIBBT, apr!8dtf42 Exchange St. To Let tor Boarding House. Bisk lamb bam a bouse on CONOKESS gT. WITH TEN _KOOIUS TO LET, OPPOSITE THE PARK..apr!3dtf Store to Let. STORE No. 122 Commercial street, next below Dana & Co., now occupied by Joshua Hobbs & Son. Possession given immediately. Apply at 96 Danforth St. C. OXNARD, aprll dtf To Let. HOUSE at If l-2 How Street. Inquire od tbe premia... deciS dtt To Let. fflHE BRICK HOUSE No. 74 Danforth Street, A containing all tbe modern improvements In quire at No. 10 Central Wharf. jnel6 dtf aavdos ' ~ (THADSMAMjg ^ OR WRITE TO i Rheumatism B B is a disease that afflicts h over 25 per centum ot the • K human race. Almost ev 0 ery effort heretofore made . ft in the treatment of this - disease has been to allay the present suffering— K trusting to luck to eflect a Q 05 cure. DB. P. J. GBIFFEIt j) <j & CO., after years ot re- h search, now present to the “ public the only ^ & ‘ * « Scientifically * £ o o prepared articles in the .• K market. The disease is M treated externally hy u d means oi the Liniment, ^ which, when properly ap- 9 plied, reduces the swel t-i ling, relieves Ihc tension H h and removes the inflam* h n mation, the cause ot pain A h in a very short time, thus h restoring freedom of move* 0 ment and elasticity to the ® p joints. The disease being 0 0 a blood poison, of a pecu- cj m liar nature, is p g s g Treated | S 9 g H S internally by means of the K h Pills and Eli*ir—alterua S ting one with the other w according to Directions. ® To effect a permanent h « cure, the Pills and Elixir j must be used in conjunc- ^ g lion with the Liniment. y < Eh - 9 H P Neuralgia, Nervous Pros- 2 W tration, Nervous Weak- 9 pj ness. Paralysis, Softening w of the Brain, Chorea, and [ , all WEAKNESS caused by £ H the LOSS OF NERVE P 9 POWER cured by use ot H < V , “P ot. P.” H n _ > q ** Ask for Griffen's Rlieu- 3. 3 matic Remedies, they all ? grj bear our trademark and signature, and arc put up j securely. Price $1.00 each; B h forwarded to any part of S 0 the United States by ex El press, prepaid, on receipt of $1.25. AJSTP MEETHTTIOEN' PAPER, apr6_ d&wlyH AOTICJU. THE annual meeting ot the Proprietors of Maine Wharf will be held at the office of G. A. Thomas, No. 4} Exchange Street, MONDAY, June 5h,at3 o’clock P. M.,for the choice of Officers.aml the transaction of such other business as may legally come before them. GEORGE A. THOMAS, Clerk. Portland, May 29,1876.my29deod4t Notice. PERSONS requiring work done please apply to “Home” of W. C. A., No. 16 Spring St., plain and family sewing, dress-making, copying, embrold erng and iancv-wnrfc \u wools. Ac. nc29t* For Sale at a Bargain. ONE large size ITXaaon A Hamlin Cabi net Organ. Inquire nt 90 Clark Nt. myl3 d4w RAILROADS. Portland & Rochester R. R. On and after Monday, April, 3,1876, - Trains will run as follows: Leave Portland at 7.50 a. m., 2.30, 4.00 and 6.20 p. m. 7.50 A. HI. Train stops at all stations between Portland and Rochester, and runs through to Worcester. Arrives at Rochester at 10.00 a. m., (where it connects with Eastern and Bos ton & Maine Railroads.) At Nashua at 11.47 a. m., Lowell 12.15 p. m., Boston 1.15 p. in., Aver Junction 12.40 p m., Fitchburg 1.25 p. m., and at Worcester at 2.10 p. m., connecting with trains South and West. 2*30 P. HI. Steamboat Express arrives at Rochester at 4.30 p.m., connects at Epping for Manchester and L'oncord, at Nashua lor Lowell and Boston, at Ayer func tion for Fitchburg and Hoosac Tun nel Line at Worcester with Boston & Albany Railroad, and goes through New London without change of Cars, there connecting with tbo magnificent Steamers of tbe Norwich Line, arriving in New York at Pier No, 40, North River at 6 00 a. m. tttate Rooms can be secured in advance at Rarnes Bros., No. 28 Exchange Street and at the Depot. 4.00 P. M. Train runs to Rochester, stopping at all stations. 6*20 P. M. Train runs to Gorham. R-ETTJPllVINGr. Trains leave Rochester at 7.20, 11.25, 11.45 a. m„ and 8.50 p. m. 7.20 A. HI. Stops at all Stations, arrives in Port land at 10 00 a m. 11.25 A. M Steamboat Express from New Lon don, leaving Norwich Line Steamers at 5 00 a. m., and Worcester at 8.00 a. m., stops at Springvale, Alfred, Saco River, Gorham, Saeca rappa and Westbrook, arrives in Portland at 1 20 p. m., makes close connection with the Maine Central and Grand Trunk Railroads. 11.45 A. M. Train is a freight train with Passen ger Car attached, stops at all Stations, and is due in Portland at 5.10 p. m. 8.50 P. M. Train is through from New York, stops at all Stations when signaled, arrives in Portland at 10.50 p. m. Local Train from Gorham at 6.00 a. m., arrives in Portland at 6.40 a. m. J. M. LUNT, Supt. ! apl_ dti MERCHANTS’ QUICK DESPATCH. We would respectfully call the attention of Merchants and others to the superior facilities j offered by the Portland & Worcester Line — for — Freight Repragjfay Quick Despatch. Freight leaving New York at 5.00 p. m., arrives in Portland 1.15 p. m. NEXT DAY. Freight leaving Portland at 2.30 p. m., arrive* in New York 0.00 n. m. NEXT MORNING. We take pleasure in referring you to all the Fish and Lobster Dealers, Produce Dealers, Wholesale Dry Roods Merchants. Whole sale Milliners and any others of Portland, who are now shipping by this route. Our landing in New York is Pier 40, North River, ixiuxwicu juiuc, luut in cuuiu oureeti ) For rates and further imformation, apply to J. M. LUNT, Supt. Portland, or H. N. TURNER, Freight and Passenger Agent, Worcester, Mass. Portland, Me., May 4, 1876.mv4dtf PORTLAND & OGDENSBURG RR. | CHANGEOF TIME. i NEW CONNECTIONS. On and after WEDNESDAY, 44d, Inst. and until further notice. TRAINS WILL RUN AS FOLLOWS GOING WEST. 8.15 A. MI .—Passenger train from Portland for a stations, running through without change to St. Jobnsbury, Danville, Hardwick, Morrisville, Hyde Park and Johnson, Vermont. Connects with B. C. & M. R. R. for Lancaster, Whitefield, Littleton, Well’s River, Montpelier, Burlington, St. Albans, &c., &c. 4.40 P. OT.—Passenger train from Portland for Upper Bartlett and intermediate stations. GOING EAlST. 8.00 A. Ml.—Passenger train from Upper Bartlett and intermediate stations, arriving in Portland at 11.15 a. m. 1.15 P. MI.—Passenger train from Fabyan’s in connection with through train from Johnson, Vt., arriving in Portland at 5.45 p. m. STAGE CONNECTIONS. At White Rock for North Windham. At Sebago Lake for Standish Corner. At Baldwin for Cornish, Porter, Kezar Falls and Fieedom, At Brownfield for Denmark and Bridgton. At Fryeburg for Lovell, Stowe and Chatham. ^"Freight trains leave Portland daily at 9.20 m. J. HAMILTON, Superintendent. Portland. Dec. 21. 1875.oct25dtf Eastern Railroad MAT 1, 1876. Passenger Trains Leave PORTLAND For Saco, Biddeford, Kennebunk, North Berwick, South Berwick. Conway Junction, Kittery, Portsmouth, Hampton, Ncwburyport, Beverly, Salem, Lynn, Chelsea andBoslon at 9.00 a. m., 1.30 and 6.00 p. m., arriving in Boston at 1.30, 5.15 and 10 00 p. m. For Saco and Biddeford at 5.20 p. m. Niglit Express, with Sleeping Car?, For Ronton every day (except Mondays) at 2.00 a. m., arriving in Boston at 615 a. m. l^TT'T'TT'RXTTXT/T. Trains Leave Boston for Portland at 7.30, 0.00 a. m., and 12.30 p. m., arriving at Portland 12.10,1,00 and 5.00 p. m. Night Express, with Sleeping Cars, Leave Boston every day (except Sundays) at 8.00 p. m., arriving in Portland at 12.15 a. m. Pullman Cars on this Line Only. Pullman Parlor Cars are run. by East ern Railroad on 1.30 p. in. Express Train for Boston. GEO. BACHELDER, Superintendent, myl dtf Boston & Home RAILROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday May 1, 1876. Passenger Trains will leave Portland for Boston at 6.15,8.45 a.m., 1.30,3.15, 6.00 p. m., arriving at Boston at 10.45 a. m., 1.30, 5.20, 8.00, 10 00 p. m. Returning, leave Boston at 7.30, 8.45 a. in., 12.30, 3.30, 6.00 p. in., arriving at Portland at 12.25, 12.55, 5.00, 8.10, 10.00 p. m. For Lawrenee at 6.15, 8.45 a. m., 1.30,3.15, 6.00 p. m. For Eowell at 6.15, 8.45 a. m., 1.30, 3,15 p. m. For Manchester*Concord and Upper Rail roads (via New Market Junction) at 6.15 a. m., 3.15 p. m.; (via Lawrence) at 8.45 a. m. For 4* real Falls at 6.15, 8.45 a. m., 1.30, 3.15, 6 00 p. m. For Rochester, Farmington and Alton Bay at 6.15. 8.45 a. m., 3.15 p. m. For Kennebunk at 6.15, 8.42, a. in., 3.15, 5.30, 6.00 p. m. For Waco and Biddeford at 6.15, 8.45 a. m., 1.30,3.15, 5,30, 6.00 p.m. For (Scarborough, Blue Point and Old Or chard Beach at 6.15, 8.45 a. m., 3.15, 5.30, 6.00 p. m. Morning Trains will leave Keunebnuk for Portland at 7.20 a. m. Parlor Cars on trains leaving Portland at 1,30 p. m. and Boston 8.45 a. m. The Fast Express Train leaving Portland at 1.30 p.’m. runs through to Boston in Three Hours and Fifty Minutes, making close connection with Fall River, Stonington and Norwich Wound Wteamcr IJih-m and all Rail Lines to New York and Philadelphia. Excursion Tickets to New Ifork and Phil adelphia for sale at Boston & Maine R. R. Ticket Office. N. B.—Rales ns low as by any other Line. Tickets via all Eiues to all points for sale at lowest rates. Free carriages from Depot in Boston to any other depot and return—choice of carriages. Trains on Boston & Maine road connect with all steamers running between Portland ami Bangor, Rockland, Mt. Desert, Macliias, Eastport, Calais, St. John and Halifax. Also, connect with Grand Trunk trains at Grand Trunk Station, and Maine Central ami Portland & Ogdensburg trains at 'lransfer Station. All trains stop at Exter ten minutes for refresh ments at first class dinning rooms. JAS.T. FURBER, Gen. Supt. S. H. STEVENS, Agent, Portland. ap2(jdtl ——————i*———tm RAILROADS. Maine Central RAILROAD. WEDNESDAY. MAY 17, 1876. Trains leave Portland for Ban Watervilie, Bei'fast and Dexter "nB '■ at tl2.35 a. m., 1.25 p. m. Skowhegan 1.20 and 1.25 p. m. Augusta, Hallow el l, Gardiner, Brunswick t!2.35 $6.15 a. m., 1.25. 5.20 p. m. Rockland $6 15 a. m., 1.25 p. m. Bath $6 15 a. m., 1.25, 5-20 p. m. Lewiston $6.15 a. m., 1.20, 5.00 p. m. Farmington 6.15 a. in., 1,20 p. m. The $12.35 a. m. train for Bangor makes close con nection with E. & N, A. Railway for St. John and Halifax. tPullman Sleeping Car attached. $Mixed. PAYSON TUCKER, Sup t. Portland, May 8, 1876. mySdtf Grand Trunk R. R. of Canada. ALTERATION IN TRAIN*. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT j'IIBSW 0n anfl a,ter MONDAY, May 1,187fj, trains will run as follows: Express train 7.00 a. m. for Auburn and Lewis! on. Mail train for Gorham and inteimediate station.® at 7.00 a. m. Express train at 1.20 p. m. for Auburn and Lew iston. Mail train tor Island Pond, (stopping at ail 8ta tions to Island Pond,)* connecting with night mail train for Quebec, Montreal and the West at 1.50 p. m. Express train for Auburn and Leyriston and South Paris >*t 5.15 p. m. Trains will arrive as follows: Mail train from Gorham and Intermediate 'Stations at 8.30 a. in. Express from Lewiston and Auburn at 8.30 a. m. Mail from Quebec, Montreal and West at 1.45 p.m. Express lrom Lewiston and Auburn at 1.10 and 5.35 p. m. Passenaer Offices 74 EXCHANGE ST., — AHD — DEPOT AT FOOT OF INDIA ST Tickets sold at Reduced Rates 1 To Canada, Detroit, Chicago, Milwau kee, Cincinnati, filt. I.oai*. Omaha, Saginaw, Sit. Paul, Walt Labe City, Denver, Wan Francisco, and all points in the Northwest, West and ^Southwest. J. C. FURNIVAL, Agt. THE GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY Is in splendid condition, is well equipped with first-class rolling stock, and is making the best connections and quick est time of any route from Portland to the West. rfT PULLMAN PA I ACE DRAWING ROOM AN1) SLEEPING CARS are attached to the trains leaving Portland at 1.50 p. m. Baggage checked from Portland to Detroit and Chicago, and not subject to Custom House examina tion. The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding $50 in value (and that person al) unless notice is given, and paid for at the rate of one passenger for every $500 additional value. JOSEPH HICKSON, General Manaqer, W. J. SPICER. /Superintendent, * tUIUU. (I UUC lOldl apiiJUU New York & New England E. B, Depot Foot of Summer Street, Boston. NORWICH LINE. Reduced Ratos. To New lfork, - $4 OO To New York mid Return, - 6.00 To Philadelphia and Keinrn* - 10.00 Two Express Steamboat Trains each week day, leaving Boston at 6 and 7 P. M., one hour later than any other Sound Line; lauding passengers at Pier 40, adjoining Pennsylvania R. R. Ferry, at Des brosses St., New York. Elegant Steamers. Drawing Room Cars. Steamer leaves Pier 40, North River, lor Boston at 5 P. M. Trains leave New London at 1.40 and 5 A. M. Ar. at Boston at 6 and 8 55 A- M. Offices, 205 Washington St.. Depot foot of Summer St., Boston. A. C. KENDALL, Gen’l Pats. Agent N. Y. <fc N E R R H. M. BRITTON, Supt. Eastern Div. N. Y. & N. E. R. R. mj22dlm TO THE CENTENNIAL. jggggH^g THE NEW ROUTE . W w? BETWEEN Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, WIT OFT CHANGE OF CABS. Via New York and New EDgland H. P. & F.. and New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroads. Transfer Steamer Maryland (Between Har lem River and Jersey City.) Pennsylvania, Phila delphia, miminqton and Baltimore, and Baltimore and Potomac Railroads. rXT'l'ullmanV Palace Drawing-Room Cars on Day Trains and Sleeping Cars on Night Trains. Commencing Monday, May 8, 1876. Express Trains will leave the New York and Now England Railroad Depot, foot ol Summer Street, Boston, each week day as follows: SOUTH BOUND. Leave 9.00 A. M., 7.00 P. M. Leave WORCESTER, via N. & W. B 10.00 A. M., 8.05 P. M. Arrive PHILADELPHIA. 8.50 P. M., 7.00 A. M. Arrive 12.00 M. NORTH BOUND. Leave 1.37 P. M. Leave PHILADELPHIA... .at 8,30 A, M., 7.00 P. M. Arrive BOSTi > 9.00 P. M., 8.55 A. M. This is the ONLY line Hanning Cars TttBOCGH WITHOUT CHANGE. Regular and Excursion Tickets and Seats and Berths secured at office No. 205 Washington Street, and at the New York and New England Railroad Depot, foot of Summer street, Boston. A. C. KENDALL, H. M. BRITTON, Gen’l Pass. Agent, Supt. Eastern Division, N. Y. & N. E. R. R. N. Y. & N. E. R. R. mylO_ dim 1876 _ 1876 CEWTEIOIAL Excursion Tickets are sold at the Boston & Maine R. R. TICKET OFFICE, 353 Commercial Street, — AS — LOW AS BY ANY OTHER LINE, and includes tickets entitling the holder to a F REE CARRIAGE IN BOSTON (from Boston & Maine Depot to any other Railroad Station in Boston and return). Passengers can take any carriage sta IIUUCU ab liUD ucpi'b WlLIiUUl UUaigtJ. Baggage Checked Through. S. H. STEVENS, J. T. FURBER. Gen. Agent, Portland. Gen. f t. my23 THE CENTENNIAL. MARYLAND the new route. ^Between Boston & PMladelpliia. Direct without Change of Cars. viaNew York & New Eu gland, Hart., Prov. & Fish kill, and New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail roads. Transfer Steamer Maryland. (Be tween Harlem River and Jersey City). Pennsylva nia, Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore and Bal timore & Potomac Railroads. Pullman Palace Drawing-Room Cars on day, and Sleeping Cars on night trains. Express Trains leave Depot foot of Summer St., each week day—at 9.00 a. m„ arming at Philadelphia at 8.50 p. m.; at 7.00 p. m., arriving at Philadelphia at 7.00 a. m. Leave Philadelphia 8.30 a. m. Ar. Boston 9.00 p. m. Leave Philadelphia 7.00 p. m. Ar. Boston 8.55 a. m. Only Line running Cars Through Without Change. To Philadelphia $9 40. To Philadelphia and Return $17.50. Special rates made for parties of 50 or more. Regular and Excursion Tickets and Seats and Berths secured at office No. 205 Washington Street, and at foot of Summer Street, Boston. A. C. KENDALL, Gen’l Pass. Agent N. Y. & N. ERR H.'mI BRITTON, Snpt. Eastern Div. N. Y. & N. E. R. K. my22dlm Newspaper Advertising. NINETY-NINTH EDITION. Containing a complete list of all the towns in the United States, the Territories and the Dominion of Canada, having a population greater than 5,000 ac cording to the last census, together with the names of the newspapers having the largest local circulation in each of the places named. Also a catalogue of news papers which are recommended to advertisers as giving greatest value in proportion to prices charged. Also, all newspapers in the United States and Cana da priuting over 5,000 copies each issue. Also, all the Religious, Agricultural, Scientific and Mechanical, Medical, Masonic, Juvenile, Educational, Commer cial. Insurance, Real Estate, Law, Sporting, Musical, Fashion, and other special class journals; very com plete lists. Together with a complete list of over 300 German papers printed in the United States. Also, an essay upon advertising; many tables of rates, showing the cost of advertising in various newspapers, aud everything which a beginner in ad vertising would like to know. Address GEO. P. ROWELL A CO., 41 Park Row, New York. c7 dl34m WALL STREET SPECULATION. The reliable house of Alex. Frothingham & Co., No. 12 Wall Street, New York, publish a handsome eight page weekly paper, called the Weekly Finan cial Report, which they send lree to ary address. In addition to a large number of editorials on finan cial aud business topics, it contains very full and ac curate reports of the *ales and standing of every bond, stock and security dealt in at the Stock Ex change. Messrs. Frothingham & Co. are ex tensive brokers, of large experience and tried integ rity. In addition to their stock brokerage business, they sell what are termed ‘“Privileges,” or ‘‘Puts and Calls,” now one of the favorite methods of legitimate speculation. Their advice is very valuable, and by following it many have made fortunes.—Yew York Metropolis. apUkleoaly Direct importation of Aie», IVinca an«l liiquom. Holland Gin in bulk, J. DeKuyper. Green Seal Gin in case irom Rot terdam. Irish and Scotch Whiskey in bulk and case from Ramsey & Co., Liverpool. Hennessey Brandy in case, vintage I860. 1870 and 1873, direct from France. Very fine old Port and Sherry Wines direct from London Heidsieck Champagn. Bass Pael Ale from Burton-on-Trent in Hhds., Bbls., and Kilder kens. Also same (Hibberts bottling) in casks and cases of Qts. and Pts. In the original packages in J -* ’ ’ 'AMES McGLINUHY, lm aprTeodtiw i STEAMERS. STO NING TON LINE FOR NEW YORK, AHEAD OF ALL OTHERS. This is the Only Inside Rou Avoiding Point Judith. Steamboat Express trains leave Boston from Bos ton dfc Providence K. R. Depot daily, except Sunday, at 5.30 p. m., connecting at Stonington with the en tirely new and superb Steamer Rhode Island, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and wild the ele gant and popular steamer Stonington every Tues day, Thursday and Saturday, arriving in New York altvayn in advance of all other lines. Bag gage checked through. Tickets procured at depots of Boston & Maine and Eastern Railroads and at Rollins & Adams’, 22 Ex change St..and W. D. Little & Co.’s,49* Exchange St. L. W. FILKINS, D. S. BABCOCK, Gen. Passenger Ag\t, New York. President. Odl ’73 dtf BOSTON STEAMERS. The Superior Sea Going Steamcrg, FOREST CITY AND JOHN KROOKH will, until further notice, run alternately as follows: Leaving FRANKLIN WHARF, Portland, Daily, at 7 o’clock P. M., aad INDIA WHARF. BONTttl, dally al 7 P. JR. (Sunday, excepted). FARE $1.00. Passengers by this line are reminded that they se cure a comfortable night’s rest and avoid the ex. pense and inconvenience of arriving in Boston late at night. Tickets and State Rooms for sale by D. H. Young, No. 2G6 Middle street. Through Tickets to New York via the various Sound Lines, for sale at very low rates. Excursion Tickets to Philadelphia and return via the Sound Lines $13 00. Freight taken as usual. dec27-75 J. B. COYLE, Jr., Gen’l Agfc. BO ST O TNT ~ — AND PHILADELPHIA Steamship Line. Lento each port every WedVy & Sat’d’y. No Wharfage. From Long Wharf, Boston, 3 p.m. From Pine Street Wharf, Phila delphia, at 10 a. m. Insurance one half the rate of sailing vessels. Freight for the West by the Penn. R. R.,and South by connecting lines forwarded free of Commission. PASSAGE TEN DOLLARS. For Freight or Passage apply to E. B. HA.IIPNO.V, Agent, Jni3-ly 70 Long Wharf, Bostaa. Eastport, Calais and Hi. John, Digbr, Windsor and Halifax. SPR1N0L ARRANGEMENT. TWO TRIPS PER WEEK ! On and alter Monday, March 27th, the Steamer New Brunswick, Capt. E. B. Winchester, and City of Portland, Capt. S. H. Pike, will leave Railroad Wharf, foot of State St., every Monday and Thursday, at 6.00 p. m„ forEastport and St. John. Returning will leave St. John and Eastport on the same days. Connections made at Eastport for Robbinston, St. Andrews and Calais. Connections made at St. John for Digby, Annap olis, Windsor, Kentville, Halifax, N. S., Shediac, Amherst, Picton, Frederickton, Charlottetown and Snmmerside, P. E. I. HT’F'eight received on days of sailing until 1 o’clock, p. m. A. R. STUBBS, Agent. mar22 dtf INMAN LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS FOB QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL, Sailing irom New York on SATURDAY of each week, from Pier 45, North River. CITY OF ANTWERP, CITY OF LONDON, CITY OF BERLIN, CITY OF LIMERICK, CITY OF BRISTOL, CITY OF MONTREAL, CITY OF BROOKLYN, CITY OF NEW YORK CITY OF BRUSSELS, CITY OF PARIS. CITY OF CHESTER, CITY OF RICHMOND, Passengers will find these teamers tastefully fit ted up, while the State-rooms are light airy and roomy. The salo< ns large and well ventilated, are the breadth of the vessels, and situated where there is least noise and motion. Smoking rooms. Ladies’ Boudoirs, Piano-tortes and Libraries, Bath-rooms Barber’s Shop. &c. Instant communication with the stewards by electric bells. The steamers of this Company adopt the Souther ly Route, thus lessening the danger from ice and fogs. Rates of passage—$80 and $100, gold, according to accommodation, all having equal saloon privileges. Round Trip Tickets—$145 and $175, gold. Steerage—To and from all points at reduced rates. For dates of sailing and plan of staterooms ap ply to JOHN G. DALE, Agent, m&31d3m 15 Broadway, New York. CLYDE’S Philadelphia, Boston & New England STEAMSHIP LINES. FOUR STEAMERS PER WEEK. WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY by Boston and Providence Railroad via Providence. TUESDAY and SATURDAY bv Old Colony Railroad via Fail River. Goods Received at Drpou Daily. Through Bills Lading given Irom BoFton and prin cipal points in New England to the Soul h and South west. Close connection made at Philadelphia with the “CLYDE STEAM LINES” to Baltimore, Norfolk, Richmond, Charleston, Nrx berne and Washington. D. D. C. MINK, General Eastern Agent, 29 Devonshire Hlrcet, Boston, janll dtf Norfolk, Baltimore & Washington HTEAMBHIP CINE Four times a week. 1 First Class Btenmship JOHNS HOPKINS. WM. CRANE. WM. LAWRENCE. GEORGE APPOLD. From Boston direct every TUESDAY and SATURDAY. _ - AHW - WM. KENNEDY. BLACKSTON ft. and McClellan. Proas Providence every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. Freight forwarded from Norfolk to Washington and Alexandria by steamer Lady of the lake and Jane Moselv. Freight forwarded from Norfolk to Petersburg and Richmond, and Va. and Tenn. R. R. to all places in the South, W. M. Clark, Agent, 246 Washington St.. Boston. To all points of North and South Carolina, by Sea board and Roanoke Railroad and Atlantic Coast Line G. H. Keith, Agent, 222 Washington street, Boston. And to all points in the West by Baltimore & Ohio R. R., C. A. Chipley, Agent, 21D Wasnington street, Boston. Through hills ot lading given by the above named Agents. Passage $15.00. Excursion Tickets $25. For freight or passage toNorlolk, Baltimore, Wash ington, or ptber information apply to E. SAMPSON, Agent, 53 Central Wharf, Boston, E. H. ROCKWELL, Agent, uaodtf Providence, R. MAINE STEAMSHIP CO. SEMI-WEEKLY LINE TO MEW YORK. Steamers Eleanora and Franconia Will until further notice leave Franklin Wharf, Portland, every MONDAY and THURSDAY, at 6 P. M., and leave Pier 38 East River, New York, ev ery MONDAY and THURSDAY at 4 P. M. The Eleanora is a new steamer, Just built for this route, and both she and the Franconia are fitted up with tine accommodations tor passengers, making this the most convenient and comfortable route for travellers between New York and Maine. These steamers will touch at Vineyard Haven during the summer months on their passage to and from New York. Passage In State Room *3, meals extra. Goods torwarded to and from Philadelphia, Mon treal, Quebec. St. John, and all parts of Maine. 33F-Freights taken at the lowest rates. Shippers are requested to send their freight to tlio steameis as early as 4 P. M., on the days they leave Portland. For further information appiv to HENRY FOX, General Agent, Portland. J. F. AMES, Ag’t, Pier 38, E. R., New York. tickets and State Rooms can also be obtained at 22 Exchange Street. ocldtf allan Tine. SUMMER _SERVICE. Shortest Ocean Voyage. First-class Weekly mail steam ers of this line sail from Qarbrc every Mnturday morniuy. for Liverpool, touching at j Derry. First-clasR fortnightly mail steamers of this line sail from Halifax every other Tweaday, tor Liverpool* touching at Queenwtowa. Passage—First-class—$5o, $70 and $80 gold, or its equivalent; Intermediate $35 gold; third-class at lowest rates. The fnlaMsow Lire of steamers sail fVom . Quebec every Thursday for Glasgow direct. Cabin passage $G0, steerage at lowest rates. Passengers booked to and from all parts oi Eng- • and, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Germany at lowest rates. Prepaid and Return Tickets issued at reduced • ates. Apply to J. L. FARMER, General Agent tor ! ■few England, No. 3 India Street, Portland, Me. •Sr*MiSht HlcrliBK Check* ia.urd in >um< a ,nil for £1 and upward*. niyVdtf . STEAMERS. CENTENNIAL Excursion Tickets — TO — PHIUDGLFIIIl AM) RETtBN by all the popular Rentes, via Roe heater and Woreeafer, new l.oinlou. Stoniaitau an I Fall Hirer I.iaea, for Bale at tbe lowest ratts W. D. LITTLE & CO. if :you are going — TO THE — CENTENNIAL, Procur** an Accident Ticket or Policy In suring $1.1 .OO per week incline of di«ahl ing injury, or *:t<»00 the event of death by Accident, which arc for sale at the office of W. D. LITTLE & CO., Stunton Block, 31 Exchange St. nivl"__dtf FOR HARPSWELL. On and after October 8th, 1875, Steamer Henrietta, Cant. G. LOWELL, will leave Slurps well Mondays and Saturdays at 8 a. in., touching at Chebeague, Little ( hc beagne and Lonp Inland. Returning, will leave Commercial Wharf; at 3 p. m. touching at tbe above landings. Will touch at Cousens* Island each way.* For particulars inquire ot Captain on board or STEPHEN RICKER, .Agent, 131 Commercial St. mv8 dtf MAIL LINE TO Halifax, Nova Scotia, With connection* to Prince Edward In land, Cape II re ton and Hi Johu*, N. r . 1 The Steamship FALMOUTH, A'zmk. (built expressly tor the route) Capt. W. At Colby, will leave Boston Railroad Wharf, every SATURDAY at 5 30 p. m. for HALIFAX, direct, makiDg connections with the In tercolonial Railway, to* Windsor, Truro, New Glas gow and Pictou, aDd steamers for Prince Edward Island; also at New Glasgow, N. S., with Lind sey** Stages for Cape Breion, and at Halifax with steamers for St. Johns. N. F. ^RETURNING will leave Halifax on TUES DAYS, at 8.30 p. m. No freight received after 10 a. m. on day cf sailing. For further information apply to J. 6. COYLE, Jr., Franklin Wharf, or oct28dtt JOHN PORTF.OUS. Agent. INSIDE LINE — TO — Mt. Desert, Machias, Ellsworth and Bangor. STEAMER LEWISTON, C APT. DEEKING, ^pWill leave Portland every " Taeaday and Friday Even 1 _ _ing* at lo o’clock for Rock land. Castine, _ L*er Isle. Sedgwick, South West and Bar Harbors (Mt. Desert), Millbridge, Jonesport and macniaspon. Returning, leaves Machlasport, every Monday and Thumday moramg, at 4 1-4 o’clock. STEAMER CITIfOF HICIIMOXD CAPT. KILBY, Will leave Portland, every Monday Wednes day and Friday evenins* at 10 o’clock, for Rockland, Camden, Belfast, Searsport, Sandy g)int, Bucksport, Winterport, Hampden and angor. Hemming, leaves Bangor, every Monday> Wednesday and Friday morningM, at O •’clock. THE STEAMER CHARLES HOUGHTON, CAPT. OBIS B. INGBAHAM, Will leave Commercial Wharf, Rockland, every Turaday and Thursday mnrning. at 3 1.4 o’clock, (or on arrival of Steamer City of Richmond from Portland,) for Deer Isle, S. W. and Ear Har borsIMt. Desort), and Winter Harbor. 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