12 Nisan 1873 Tarihli Portland Daily Press Gazetesi Sayfa 2

12 Nisan 1873 tarihli Portland Daily Press Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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tele press! SATURDAY SORKIXG, ARP. 12, 1873 Every re;ular atlaeba of the Press is famished vril .1 a ccurd certificate cjun!ersi.iaio*l by Mauley T. Pu'.len, Etlitor. All railway, steamboat and hete I u;u rigors will confer a favor ui>on us by demanding tredntlals of every person claiming to rcj>rcacm •J-vnr.ial, as wo have information that sevcia 11 mere” arc seeking courtesies in the name o ^ ) i: s3, and we have nO disposiii"11c> ( i civ. a party to such fraud. w* doconnnu121 rati ms. The name and address of the writer arc in i!, v.a<eH!nJi»i*o ab e, not necessarily for publication but *->»* a guaranty of good failii. Wi cannot undertake to return or i re erve com juuidcanoas that are not use-.. The Way of the Transgressor. The investigation of the circumstances at tending the murder of Charles Goodrich in Brooklyn affords grounds for very serious re flection. Here was a man well advanced in life, wealth)', ot good business character and ostensibly of good social standing, to all out ward seeming a pattern of propriety, c.u ryiug his punctilious correctness of demeanor to an extent which might fairly he character ized as priggish, who at the same time was iiving a secondary life of a diametrically op • posile nature, consorting with harlots, keep ing several mistresses, making assignations through Herald “Personals” and spending a large proportion of his nights in wild debauch eries. Passing by all considerations of the hypoc risy, the faithlessness, the violation of the Jaws of God and man displayed iu such a life, we are led to consider, iu looking at the pict ure, the personal unbappiuess and mental suffering of the man who attempts to live such a dual life. He associates himself with people who have put aside all notions of vir tue, honor and honesty and who, in commit ting Ihemselve3 absolutely to a life of sin, have the advantage in every way of him who would maintain a status among respectable people while committing himself to vicions courses in a so t of amateur way. His knowledge of their character must give him a constant sfense ot insecurity. He kuow'S they are capable of resort to any means oi retain mg imu among mem ai u extorting money from him. It is an unequal association in Which he has much to lose—they nothing. His mind must be filled constantly with feverish schemes to avoid detection and apprehensions of dangers from all directions. Like an actor off the stage, he goes through an ordinary business routine a part of the 'time aud plunges for the rest of it into a wild drama ol fierce passions and intricate plots. All these points cleaily appear in the his tory of Goodrich's career and tate. There was perpetually hanging over him the fear of exposure and w hen he plunged into such reckless companionship, he set his character and even, as the result shows, his life at the disposal oi the whim of a harlot or the je 1 ous passion of a rival. He shut the door of the world of law an l order behind him and went, as it weie, into another region beyond the protection, as well as beyond the surveil lance of society. He succeeded in hiding himself so well that he was killed and his murderers escaped, before the city, whose life and activity flowed within a fe v feet of his corpse, knew that a crime had been com mitted. It is plain that iu our time a life of secret sin is beset with danger. Companions who have set one class of laws at defiance can hardly be relied upon to obey the other; and the same concealment which screened the victim’s vices, hides his vicious associates’ crime agaxst him. Independent journalism has come gener ally to mean the independence of certain bit terly personal papers to publish slanders upon prominent individuals whom they do not like, and, assuming that the slander is true, make the victim the theme for a moral sermon. Iu this way the Cincinnati Commercial re cently published a long article purporting to be an inside hi story of the Credit Mob lier af fair, in which damaging insinuations were made against Speaker Blaine. The other in dependent journals copied it and in the c.r cathedra manner which has become so ludi crous in them called upon Mr. Blaine to stand forth and confess his hidden iniquities. The version of the Springfield Republican, which assumes the whole to be true, and inti mates that that gentleman is a scoundrel whe luckily escaped detection, is copied by tli< Maine Standard of this week and may prob ably be found in the A nson Advocate of uexl week and quite possibly in the Lewiston Ga zette which comes to us Saturday. It now. however, turns out that the Cincinnati Com mercial was imposed upon and is obliged to confess that such is the case and rhat the in sinuations and charges made by it against Mr. Blaine are untrue and without a shadow of foundation. Mr. Murat Halstead could as well have ascertained that the charges wc-re groundless before publishing them as after, had he cared to do so; but such a conserva tive course would not be an evidence of mod em independence in journalism. It isvcij probable that the Springfield Republican will make a correction; hut as for the Democratic papers in Maine that usually publish such ar ticles with the statement that they are cop ied from staunch Bepublican papers—tbej will never refute them. On the other banc they will periodically republish them as new. In view of the facts constantly coming to light, there is good ground for the popular distrust of the average jury system as admin istered iu the larger cities of the country; and a fuller knowledge of the real state of affairs would probably intensify that feeling. In the case of Tweed, in New York, it transpired that a new suit of clothes sufficed to satisfy the conscience of one of the jurors, while another had not been long out of the peni tentiary, where he had bym confined on a charge of forgery. In a case at Indianapolis last month a juror was fined $500 l'or “con tempt of court” for offering to sell a verdict to the plaint iff in the case for the sum of $150; and now in the city of Chicago two “peers,” summoned to hear anti determine a cause be tween two of their fellow citizens “according to the law and the evidence,” are in the County Jail for making an offer of a verdict to one ol the parties litigant for the paltry sum of two dollars. In Maine our jury system is un doubtedly above this kind of reproach, but there is a feeling that not always is sufficient care taken in the selection of men for thii most responsible and honorable duty. There i3 a speck of a war cloud on the Kennebec. The Augusta Journal “local” discovered the fact that a young lady in higt life had been dead drunk. This was very im proper in a high toned “local,” but items an scarce at the Capital. Next, Mr. Pillsbury’i Standard contains a letter from an anony mous reformer who is very severe upon tlx “local,’’calling him a pimp and an eaves-drop per, and a fellow' looking into people s closet! for skeletons and so on, ending with a threa' t° apply a boot to said “local.” The corrcs pondentdon’t deny the assertion of the “local’ but very properly assails his deplorably had taste. Now the ill-bred “local” reports that it is just as improper for FloraMcFlimsey to get (ea tur‘^ °u wine and not get in the lock up as or aggie McGinnis to gee drunk on whiskey and get Into that receptacle for the vicious. As to boots, the “local” surveys the vastness of Ins No Us and cries come on “McDuff and-by he who first cries hold, enough. There is no doubt but what the “local” of the Augusta Journal has become demoralized by the study of the “glitterin'* generalities” of the first paragraph of the Dcx claration of Independence, but on the ques tion of “boots” he is sound. The Michigan Legislature has put up ; fine case for the doctors of that State by pass ing a bill wlych provides that two of the file nlty of the medical department of the Stati University shall he homoeopathic physicians, The allopaths fiercely resisted the innovation but the disciples of the persuasive little pellet were too many for them. It is predicted that the medical school at Ann Harbor may he mistaken for the military department in re volt in the luture. - out tlic Bridgton Major Siioret brings w - Weirs after its burning out iu -o plucky a A eics a t mioUncement that that manner tuiit * . a model local paper still survives,,3 superfluous. Alter this exhibition of true grit, the most dyspeptic doubter will never call the Bridgton Kcws a doubtful experiment unless his chronic disbelief leads him to declare that there Is nothing permanent in the nature of things generally. Major Shorey announces that he is making ready to get a new cylinder press, type, etc., when the News will be bet ter than ever. The export trade of a few of the princi pal ports of the country is showing a very large increase this year over the correspond ing period of 1878, as will be seen from the j following table: ^ lgT2. Kew York..®?o 976 6» '^ouiss kan Francisco . ‘J’Sm’Sb 6,303,878 ! Boston. «W336 3,850,789 Philadelphia. 3’m3at> —L-l— j,0,aj $87,074,315 070,472,048 The Biddefmd Journal in behalf of the Republicans of York County presents the name of Hon. James M. Stone in connection with the Republican nomination for Gover nor. The Journal adds that York County will favor the nomination of Mr. Stone with great unanimity and earnestness, assured that lie is in every way qualified for the hon orable position. A great and wise Boston daily gravely announces that “navigation has been opened ; to Bath, Maine.” If the open seaport of the Kennebec don’t resent this impudent libel by | transferring its patronage to some more ap i preciative journal, it isn’t the city we take it J to be. The Kow Haven Republican papers are : just now beginning to see that the crockery i they smashed in such high glee last Monday, is their own. Since they have found this out and find that everybody else knows it, they arn’t so jolly by half as they expected to be. I This increase of $10,602,297 in three montl)S | would indicate that the balance of trade I against this country will not bo so large for ; 1873 as during 1872, unless imports have cor i respondingly increased. Charges Against a Clergyman. i Some weeks since a rumor became current, i seriously affecting the character of Eev. A. H. ! Witbam, the Methodist clergyman in ebargo of the Denmark cirenit, implicating him with im" proper conduct with some of his female ae. quaintances. The Methodist church, always zealous of its reputation, took the matter in hand, and Eev. Mr. Sanderson, presiding elder, had a council convened in Fryeburg, Thursday, to consider the grave charges. Rev. Israel Luce was president of the council, and F, M. Nichols of Conway, was chosen secretary. The case was referred to Revs. B. W. Eastman, A. Cook, and O. S. Sinclair. The woman, who lives in Chatham, N. H., stated before the committee that the conduct of Mr. Witbam toward her, though not criminal, was highly improper, and> if her story is given any credence,highly inde cent. Mr. Witham denied the charge, although ho admitted enough to satisfy ail who heard his statement, that he has been indiscreet. After a patient hearing of two hours, the committee decided that the charges are not proved, though his couduct was declared to he reprehensible and improper. Arrangements were at once made by his accuser to have anoth er trail in two rvecks, when the conference will meet at this place, at which time a full and im partial hearing will no doubt be given, and jus tice done. Feyebukg, April 10th, 1873. *** Alabama.—A correspondent of the Cincin nati Commercial asked a native of Blunt coun ty, Aia., “How do ycur people amuse your selves during the long summer days and winter nights?” and received the following reply: “Wal,amusements are rather skase for a fact. We can watch the trains pass, and sometimes a circus comes along. But the circus business does not do as well as it used to. They don’t come oftencr than every three years or so. Wo are nearly dried up for a circus now. People would torn out to one powerful. If a mail would put up a good lot of circus picters, he could get a quarter a head for people, a-looking at ’em. Times is dry. We haven’t even had a camp-mceting in two years, and the last one was a slaver. It like t» have stove me up,any way. It was over in Little Warrior Valiev. It lasted nine days, day and night. Me and the old woman was thar through it all. I never saw so much meeting all at once in my life.— I right there got euough to do me for awhile, and 1 haven’t been to a meeting of any sort since. You ought to go to one of our camp moetiugs. They are all the go in North Ala bama. We build cabins, you know, and three or four families will move into a cabin with provisions, and do nothing hut eat aud go to mootin' for a solid week. Some of the folks can cat awful at a camp-meeting, I tell you.— That last meeting cost mo over two hundred pounds of as nice middlin’bacon as you ever set eyes on. But Betsey says it will all )>c made right in the next world, and I suppose it will, though the bacon was powerful hue.” Another Gift.—The Kennebec Journal says that the young lady iu Augusta who will get the largest subscription in money, to aid in the completion of the Maine General Hospital.shall receive for her services a fine gold watch, from the store of Mr. S. A. Russell. The money to ha paid over to Israel Boothby, Esq., Cashier of First National Bank. Col. G. W. Stanley and B. IT. Cushman are to decide which of the competitors shall have the watch—value of same $75—and it may he examiued by calling on Mr. Russell, 178 Water street. Along the Ogdensbvrg.—The Saco river is rising rapidly. Friday it was so high at Steep Falls, that Tobias Lord, Esq., was obliged to suspend manufacturing at Ill's mills. The snow has settled at least two feet the present week. Sews and Other Items. They are eating blackberries in Jacksonville. Florida, Numerous cotton factories iu Glasgow have recently stopped work. The colored men of North Carolina are to bold a temperance convention iu Newbern on Wednesday, June 4. T.V til'll 111 Ivor Vtl lvia WiMiail'Ail duvinn llin six months 7,449,180 lbs. of tobacco, an increase of 2,749,170 over the same period last season. The complete revised official vote for Con gressman in the Second District of New Hamp shire is: Tike, 10,780; Bell, 10,773. Pike’s ma jority, 7. A Massachusetts Supreme Judge, just re covered from the small-pox, now puts among the questions to jurors the inquiry; “Have you ever been vaccinated?’’ A Georgia clairvoyant revealed the where abouts of 810,000 recently stolen in Savannah, and the ungrateful owner promptly bad her ar rested for the tlieft. Aud she confessed her guilt, too. A pet parrot was so disgusted with the tumult of moviug day in Harrisburg, that he signaliz ed his passage throngh the streets on the top of the furniture-wagon by the most shocking pro fanity. The young woman who delays the horse cars came down town last night, and after the car liad come to a dead stop, stopped to kiss her friend three times in a most deliberate and im , pressive manner.—Boston Advertiser. | Passengers to St. John and Halifax are no longer aroused at midnight to have their bag ’ gage examined at the frontier. Seals are put 1 on their trunks and they are investigated either at St.John or Bangor. A Texas paper says that one of the Democrat tic Congressmen from that State intended to devote his hack pay to the payment of the school-teachers; but finding an opportunity to iuvest it where it would pay him ten aud a half per cent, a month, he changed his mind. A country hoy went to Boston foity years ago wearing his father’s boots, and kept them un til lie liad earned money enough to buy himself a pair. Now he is President of a bank, and all the country hoys within ninety miles of the Hnb, who have heard of the incident, are wor rying the lives out of their pateruals begging their old boots and permission to go to Boston. The wife of each French communist who is transported, is required to pay the government 27 francs, 2.1 centimes, for the cost of the con demnation of licr husband, and yet very many of these, poor women Lave large families to take carc'of and cannot even earn bread enough for them. The notion of making them pay for l iving ]ost the support aud protection of a ■ husband is a singular one. . Religious Intelligence. canvass the county ofec0mvas,be<;a enfja?e<1 tu Bible Society, and winUntafK t°Ftb®*laine file prosecution of that work W dress is No. 11 Myrtle street, Portland P‘ °‘ d' The Universalists andl Unitarian, at North Anson, have engaged Uev. Mr. Carr, of Portland, to preach in the village church mce a month, and hove already raised sufficient money, with which to defray the expenses.— Mr, Carr will immediately proceed to form a parish, and in due time a Sunday School will be established in connection with it. Rev. If. A. Shorey of Camden, has been invi ted _to preach to the workmen on Dix Island, during the summer. The Cougr guio: a' socnty in Wilton, have purchased a line parsonage, and have secured for a pastor, Rev • Mr. Eastman, from Conway, N. H. , , The St. John Baptist Society of Biddeford, lias removed its head-quarters f™m Al fred SL, to the building corner of Elm and Spring streets Tntr.nrn seven churches in Gardiner, allot winch are in a nourishing condition. The Methodist society are about to build a now.par sonage ou High street. H'irrison has two churches—Congregational and Free Baptist, The new church edifice of the latter society is one of the prettiest in the State. Mr. Raymond, of Bates’ Theological School, has accepted a call to the pastorate, and is now supplying the pulpit. The Congregational society at Waterford flats, have decided to build a parsonage this season. We learn that Rev. Wm. Beasin has resigned the pastorate of the Baptist church at Norridge wock. The Kennebec and Somerset Association will meet at tho Congregational chapel at Augusta, ou Tuesday, April 22, at 1 o’clock p. m. Th° Congregational church,' Milltown, St. Stephen, which has been without a pastor since the decease of Mr. Foster, has extended a call to Rev. Sir. Leavitt, of Orono, 51c. Capo Ne(Illicit has no minister. Been without a long time The Baptists have occupied tho church for many years, and as there is no har mony in the church, it has gone down, and it is desirous that some denomination should send a man. .. At the Park street 51. E., church, Lewiston, last Sunday, five persons united by letter and four by profession. Rev. 5Ir. Day baptized forty-five persons in Wesley church, Bath, last Sunday forenoon. At the meeting in tho evening twelve request Thirty-three persons were received into the Congregational church (Rev. Mr. Leavitt’s) at Orouo, last Sunday. Last Sabbath, thirty-three persons were ad mitted to the Court street Baptist church, Lew iston, twenty-six by baptism and seven by letter. Kev. Mr. Osgood, pastor of the Congregation al church in East Macliias, expects to leave town soon, on a western tour, which ho feels to be Decessar.v for rest and restoration of his im paired health. The new French Catholic church edifice in Lewiston (St. Peter’s) will ho dedicated the first Sabbath in May. The Main street Baptist Society, Saco, has voted to proceed to build as soon as it shall be deemed practicable. The Baptist church in East-Winthrop adopt ed at the beginning of the year, the one preach ing service system, and the effect has been to increase the congregation and the interest in the service. There will be no going back to the old system. Rev. A. W. Cummings, who for sixteen years preached to the Baptist church in Weld "and Carthage, but removed to Sidney somo six mouths since on account of his wife’s health, has recently returned to his old charge in Welu and Carthage. Rev. C. Weston, who has been pastor of the Universalist Society iu Dexter, for some time past, has accepted the pastorate of the Univer salist church in Halifax, N. S., and has just left for his new field „f labor. Considerable religious interest prevails among the Methodists at the Ferry, Biddeford. Last week, meetings were held nearly every even ing in their church. The Methodists of Sweden are rebuilding their church. Rev. Mr. Trafton, who is preach ing for the society one-fourth of the time, has, by invitation, oecnpied the pulpit of the Con gregational church since their church building has been taken down. An interesting revival is in progress iu Bow doinbam, in connection with the Methodist and Baptist churches. Rev. H. F. Suow of Kezar Falls has removed to Naples, and has been engaged by various denominations to preach at the Union church one year, commencing the firat Sunday in May. There will be for the present only a fore noon service. Rev. J. M. Follett, of Dover, has received a call from the Baptist Society iu Dexter, to be come their pastor. Rev. Mr. Noyes has accepted the call from the Milo Baptist church, to become their pas tor again, and has entered upon his labors with them; though he will still labor with the Guil ford church one-half the time. Rev. Mr. Pope will renew his labors with the First Congregational church iu Norway, com mencing the last Sabbath in May. The Second Baptist church and Society in Bangor held its annual meeting Wednesday evening, and the report of the treasurer was very gratifying, showing that under the weekly contribution through the envelope system, suf fiuient funds havo been received to pay all ex penses and leave about §50 in the treasury. STATE NEWS. ANDROSCOGGIN'eowsrr. The Journal says that the total shipments of shoes from Auburn and Lewiston the past week, has been 1753 to 2082 cases for the pre ceding week, and 1110 for the corresponding week of last year. The receipts of leather have been 82,910 pounds to 93,174 pounds for the pre vious week. Tlie Lewiston artillery will be mustered in Tuesday, April 22d. The officers of Lewiston and Auburn are seizing considerable quantities of liquor. Some second rate thieves burglarized the i Androscoggin depot and D. W. Young’s store in Lewiston. AROOSTOOK COUNTY. Linneus has voted §300 for free high school. The town is out of debt and §300 over. The South Aroostook Educational Associa tion met at Houlton last week. The leading clergymen, physicians, lawyers and teachers participated iu the exercises. One man was bonefitted euough to declare his preferenco for Greeuleaf’s Arithmetic—a statement that brought several lady teachers to their feet iu indignant protest. Caribou biddies aro accused of layiug eggs having hair 30 inches long iu them. Switches aro in style! Montieello has appropriated §200 for a free high school. CUMBERLAND COUNTY. The new Bridgton News says that the loss by the recent fire is but §13,000. * Gen. Mattocks paid §10,000 to the Jones’ creditors last Thursday. The creditors also contracted to plant 300 acres of sweet corn iu order to enable Mr. Jones to contiuuc his busi ness there next season. The News says that James Chute, 2d, the “Casco juryman,” is still much enfeebled by the results of his severe sickness while at Port land. Messrs. J. K. & W. Chaplin, Jr., of Naples, are sawing out the frame for the corn factory to be built at Bridgton by the Portland Pack ing Co. We shall soon give a detailed account of this new enterprise. HANCOCK COUNTY. The ice is out of Union river and vessies arc loading at the wharves in Ellsworth. Judge Dauforth is holding court at Ellsworth. The whole number of civil cases on the docket is 427. At the call of the docket 82 were con tinued, 53 entered neither party, 1 non suit 0 referred, 23 defaulted and 42 marked for trial. Orland has the champion school-master. His name is <joun b. uarter, and is now teaching his one hundred and fifth school. Ho has net” er entered a complaint to S. S. Committees, nor been obliged to leave a school from insubordi nation of scholars. KENNEBEC COUNTY. The post-office address of the National Mili tary Asylum at Togus has been changed to Na tional Home. • KNOX COUNTY. The Rockland Gazette says that a young man named Bunker of Thomaston was quite severely wounded iu both knees by an acciden tal discharge of a gun in a boat one day last week. OXFORD COUNTY Mrs. Mary Walker of Denmark iu one year made 254 coats, 48 pairs of pants, knit 5 pairs double mittens and 7 pairs stockings- assisted her husband at haying five weeks besides doiDg her necessary housework. The Register says that S. R. Newhall, Regis ter of Deeds, is very ill with pueumouia. Norway has voted almost unanimously to go on with its shoe factory contract, it being a question of good faith. PENOBSCOT COUNTY. . ^jle Whig reports frequent drunken assaults in Bangor. Thursday a man named Mullet was severely cut by a rock thrown at him by a man less drank. PISCATAQUIS COUNTY. “i?ht>ast t,ie building iu Sebec Dr WalW„b/0 ,r- Lamsdu aad occupied by ed hv tire ariti a druK3tore, was totally destroy wasdismvlie i ri^.rliv a" its contents. The the ed by the exnh.^of V w*’ aud was cau.3 stock°ami A\Z ^uran^Tn ‘tile SIOCK aurtJS_oO on the building, which will f-.ll considerably short of covering the loss. *' 1 SAGADAHOC COUNTY. The Brunswick telegraph says:—The timber cut on a niece of ground in Top,ham, ou the old Bowdomham road, not far north of the P rington tannmy, has been sawed at the mill of M,r-., w; F. Punngtou. A few days since while a, log was passing, the saw encountered an dUenr r 1Th? miU wa-S3t0PP«d; an inspection discovered a six-pound cannon ball imbeded iu uie heart ol the pine log, about 10 inches iu di ameter. The wood around the ball was de cut before thV<ira.1ilensthsof boards bad '>*•“ reacl,cd- and ®» liole ball had enufr1 !“.them> showing that after the ed and the*ernwiibe trce' J'10 Wound had heal1 •is’before WhenV2®n? tbe cxtBror went on pany was inite prime ^ts eLn?a;Artil1ery C°n‘' practiced with1 theguns ?c®a?,ona]1-V, the ball is supposed t.i have otld ed by him, at least forty^ears ago d,SC‘lars‘ SOMERSET COUNTY. The Reporter withholds the name of arum crazed brute who beat his horse so severely with a pole that he died the next day. His name should not ho withheld from the grand jury. Skowhegan is to have a grand Washingtoni an rally Tuesday night. The court house at Norridgewoek will be sold at unction May 15th, and proposals for building the new one at Skowhegan are ;nvited. YORK COUNTY. The Biddeford militia company is about full. Qnoar a Saco saloonist hides his “tangle foot” in a black hole, the jug being drawn up bv a cord about eight feet long. 1 he City Mar shal drew it Thursday in consequence of which Spear was invited to draw his wallet for $50 Lathe Police Court, The Times says that the summer hotels at the “Pool” will accommodate GOO guests A correspondent of the Biddeford Journal says that the Boston & Maine Railroad Co. have not settled all the land damages on its line. a At This Very Hour Thousands arc suffering fever and ague, or lauguish Ing in that condition ot debility which the variable weather of the season is apt to produce, especially if the nervous system be particularly sensitive and the physique delicate rather than robust. All these suf ferers, however much they may deserve sympathy, ] are nevertheless the victims of their own want of forecast. A course of Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters, commenced a month ago, would have exempted them from their present troubles. Having neglected 1 prevention, let them at once adopt the means of cure. A wineglassful of that geni 1 vegatable tonic aad alterative twice or thrice a day, for a week or two will afford effectual relief in any case of intermit lent or remitteut f-ver, chronic indigestion, constipation, biliousness or nervous weakness, and a pjrseverence in the use of the rcstorati vo will prevent the possibil tp of a relapse. SPECIAL NOTICES. It has often boon a common remark with those ! who have used Dr. Morse’s Inhalations that ids In haling Remedies should be kept by every family in New England, to prevent and cure colds, to remove hoarseness, spitting of blooiL catarrha affections, asthma, bronchial trouble, difficult breathing, to ex pand the lungs and chest, and ward off ail disposi tion to pulmonary ditease. The attention of thousands of sufferers may also be called to Dr. Morse’s “Uterine Tonic,” an iuvalu able remedy, that never fails to do good and fully satisfy those who avail themselves of its beuefib’. All woo are suffering from weakness or irregularities can have just the remedy they need by sending lor this •‘Tonic.’, C. MORSE, Ml. !>., 73 Free Street, Portland, Hie. mchl55NlawS3m _ Tor pimples on the face, Blackhead and Fleshworm, use PERRY’S improv ed Comedone and Pimple Remedy, the great skin medicine. Prepared only by Dr. B. C. PERRY, Dermatologist, 40 Bond St., N. Y. Sold by Druggists “Bur M© and I’ll do yon 0®od.,,—DR. LANGLEY’S ROOT AND HERB B1TTETS. No drugs, no poisons, nothing deleterious, nothing but healthy roots and herbs, such as Sarsaparills, Wild. Cherry, Yellow Dock, Prickly Ash, Tboroughwort, Mandrake, Rhubarb, Dandelion,Ac., so compounded as to reaoh the fountains of disease, and absolutely cure all Humors. Liver and Billious Diseases, Jaun dice, Dyspepsia. Costivoness, Scrofula, and all diffl < ulties arising from a diseased stomaeh or impure blood. Twenty years of unrivalled success has prov ed them to be the best medicine in the world. GEO. C. GOODWIN <£ CO., Boston, and all druggists. mar6 snood 16 w WONDERFUL CURES! PM. URANN, OF BOSTON, Who has made so many Wonderful Cures all over the New England States, is at the PREBLE HOUSE, Anil will Remain « Few Weeks. Every invalid shou'd sec liim,no matter what their complaint may be, 20,000 Patients have been Treated by him within the last ten years, with Wonderful Success. Bend the following; Wonderful Cures in Maine : Dr. Urann, who has made so mauy wonderful cures in this town and others, will remain iu town but a short t irao longer. He has had good success. The case of Mr. J. B. Redman. Attorney at Law in this town, is truly a wonderful one, when Dr. Urann was called to see him a week ago Fiiday, he was not able to turn himself in bed; ho is now able to walk the street aud is daily gaining strength.—[Ellsworth American. The above statement, so far as I am concerned, is but the simple truth, and I cheerfully endorse it as an act of justice to Dr. Urann, ami earnestly recom mend all person1* afflicted with Rheumatism, Neu ralgia. or other kindred complaints, whether acute or chronic, to give him a call, being sanguine that he will cure them. JOHN B. REDMAN. Ellsworth, Jan. 7, 1873. This will certify that I was troubled with Sciatic Rheumatism and suffered great pain, Was unable to sleep without taking morphine, could not-walk. I was carried to Dr. Urann’s office, at the DeWitt House, and after one treatment was free from pain, aud have been able to work ever since. A. W. BAILEY. Auburn, May 7,18C9. Lewiston, May 7, 1869. This will certify that I had lost the use of my lower limbs and was unable to walk or even stand, had several physicians who pronounced my case incura ble. Heiring of Dr. Urann’s Wonderful Cures, I sent for him. Iu loss than a week wa- able to walk in the streets, aud can now walk two miles daily. JA M ES F. BRADBURY. Ellsworth, Oct. 8, 1837. To the Maciii as Republican.—Gents:—As Dr, Urann, of Boston, is about visiting your place, and a stranger in these parts, I kn >w very well, like most physicians traveling, he will be looked upon with sus Eicion, particularly as his cures look miraculous. I ad lieen obliged to walk on crutches for one year, and for nine months wa> not ab’e to put my foot to the floor. My spine and arm were also so lame as to nearly disable me. I coulft not dress or undress my self, or get oft the bed without help. He treated a»y case last Friday morning, and in less than an hour after I was able to walk home, a distance of nearly half a mile, up hill, without crunches, and have been gaining ever since. J. R. JORDAN, . mcli26sntf formerly Deputy Sheriff. House lor Sale. AT GORHAM, ME., a large handsome two story house, rooms of both stories of good size and height ou a fine lot having 271 rods front cn South St., a short distauco from Church, Post-office and Depot. The Choice Situation in Gorliam; besides numerous aud fine shade trees, flower beds and hedges, there are nearly a hundred fr uit trees, apple, crab-apple, pear, peach aud cherry, ten grape vines, and a good garden containing many currant bushes, gooseberry bashes, strawberry and asparagus beds lino pieplant, *fcc. There are about 33 acres of land, affording pasturage and many choice house lots. Inquire of JOHN \Y. PERKINS. Portland, or Rev. Geo. A. Perkins, on the premises. inarl2sntf To Lel» Til IIE commodious four storied Brick Store, No. 57 JL Commercial St.—immediate posession given. Inquire of ELIAS THOMAS & CO., No. 90 Commercial St. Or of W. W. THOMAS, Canal National Bank. sentl2sntf FOR FAMILY USE. — THE HALFORD LEICESTERSHIRE T-A-B-L-E S-A-U-C-E i The best Sauce and Relish Made in any Part ol the World —FOR— H’-A-M-I-L-Y TT-S-K. Vint*.Cent*. Half Finis .... 30 Cent*. FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS. BANK OF PORTLAND. On, and after this date, the un lersigned will carry on a strictly Banking business, at^ the Banking Rooms now occupied by the Second National Bankj in Portland, Maine, under the style of the “BANk OF PORTLAND” and as such, will receive Deposits aud make Discounts, in the regular course of the Banking Business. _ „ „ ^ 6 W. N. GOOLD. Portland, June 24tli, 1872. jun23aewlt then sn tf STORE RENT! Splendid Chamber room with water closet, Scbago water and every convenience. Enquire of mch20 LUFKIN & CO. CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED SCIIENCK’S PULMONIC 8YBUP, BdllENCK'S SEAWEED TONIC, SCHENCK’S* MANDRAKE PILL8, Arc the only medicines' that will cure Pulmonary consumption. Sometimes medicines that will stop a cough will of ten occasion the death of the pat.ieut. It locks up the liver, stops the circulation of the blood, hemorrhage follows, and. in fact, clogging the action of the very organs that caused the cough. Liver complaint and dyspepsia are the causes of two-thiids of the cases of consumption. Many are now complaining with dull pain in the side, the bow els sometimes costive and sometimes to loose, tongue coated, pain in the shoulder blade, feeling som : iines very restless, and at other times drowsy; the food that is aken lies heavily on the stomach, accompani ed with acidity aud belching of wind. These syinp toms usually originate trom a disordered condition of the stomach or a torpid liver. Persons so affected, if they take one or two heavy colds, and if the cough in these cases be suddenly stopped, the lungs liver and stomach clog, and remain torpid and inactive and before the patient is aware of his situation, the lungs are a mass of sores, and ulcerated, and death Is t he inevitable result. Sclienck’s Pulmonic Syrup is an expectorant which docs not contain any opium, nor anything calculated to cheek a cough suddenly. Schenck’s Seaweed tonic diss v the food, mixes with the gastric juice of the sto ach, digests easily, imnrishes the system, aud ereat a healthy circula tion ol' tho blooil. When the els aro costive, skin shallow, and the patient, is a bilUous habit, Scheuck’s Mandrake Pills are required. -These medicines are prepaired by Dr. J. H. MJ1EN0K & SON, Noitheast corner of Sixth and Arch streets, Philadelphia. Penn., and tor sale by GEO. C. GOODWIN & CO., 38 Hanover street, Bos ton. and John F. Henry, 8 College place. New York. I or sale by Druggists generally, septosneodtf SPECIAL NOTICES. IMPROVEMENTS. Whichever way we turn our eves, We see improvements have been made Each seeking by some new device To cast all others in the shade; In commerce and mechanics, too, Graat changes a few years do show; Things which our fathers never knew Nor creamed of.Hfty years ago. Sec what improvements at Fexxo’s, Where Boys can buy a “suit Complete” Of handsome, seasonable “Clothes,” Corner of Beach and Washington street. apr8_sndet FIRST IN THE FIELhT h um; state hospital fair. In addition to my donation to the above institution propose to sell A T COST, (without Including freight,) my Dry or Fancy Goods to be used for tliat object, toy person who iutends making garments er fancy irtieles for the Fair, can purchase them at my store, 1 Middle Street, AT FIRST COST! md have them sent home. Please meution when you come that you want the ;oods for the Fair, and no porSt will be asked. A. Q. LEACH 81 nidddle Street. apr8 su3w Averin Chemical Paint Co., Manufacturers of PUREST WHITE! AND Any Dcaired Shade or Color, Prepared for Immediate Application. BOLD By rJ?lie GALLON ©NLY DURABLE, BEAUTIFUL, ECONOMICAL. D. M. YEOMANS, General Eastern Agent, 83 Commercial St. Portland. so28-eodtf sn _ Wanted. An active intelligent man with ability for the busi ness, wanted to tako an agency for Portland and vicinity, of one of the most popular Lite Insurance Conitallies in this country. For information, address P. O. Box 739. apr3sn3w BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE. This splendid Hair Dye is the best in the world. The only True and Perfect Dye. Harmless Reliabio oiv.l TnetqnfoonAiia' nniligariTtoilitinPIlt * TIO rifiiPIlloilR tints or unpleasant odor. Remedies the ill effects of bad dyes washes. Produces Immediately a superb Black on Natural Bkown, and loaves the hair clean, soft and beautiful. The genuine, signed W. A. Batchelor. Sold by all Druggists. CHAS. BATCHELOR, Pivp., A. F. octldiw tvrs N BONDS7! BONDS of western cities and counties, 10 per cent, interest and principal payable in the east. Private property as well as public rca bed. Debts very small in proportion to property and therefore easily paid. Careful investors are invited to call and examine the Bonos. L ws and Decisions of the courts upon such securities and will find them very safe. Tnere is nothing better. CHARLES M. HAWKES, feb&mtf 28 Exchange st., Portland. WANTED. Canada, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia Bills, — AXD — OOLD AMD SILVER COIN. J. B. BROWN & SONS, Bankers* 40 Exchange Street* feb25 sneodtf 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. mar22sn6m MARRIED. In Searsmont, March 29. Leonard B. Dickey and Vesta H. Swett, both of Knox. In Ellsworth. April 6, J. F, Goodwin of Stetson and Fannie M. Jordan of Ellsworth. In Gouldsboro, March 30, Geo. W. Natter and Alice J. Rosebrook. In Surry, April 3, Geo. D. Wood of Surry and Jen nie E. Bridges ot Penobscot. In North Haven, March. 30, Franklin B. Garrett and Minerva E. Robbins. DIED. Iu Bmqswlck, April 4, Mr. Abiczer Snow, aged 80 years 7 months. In Oxford, April 5, Mrs. Hannah Ordway, aged 45 years. In Boston, April 10, Phillip W. Edwards, aged years. In Batesville, Arkausas, March 28. Ernest dc Beau fort Thompson, aged 2 rears 6 months,—oldest sur viving son ot Cant. Edward W. and Mario Louise Thompson. DEPARTURE OF OCEAN STEAM EK* NAME FROM FOR DATE City of Brooklyn.. .New York. .Liverpool.Apl 12 Batavia.Boston.Liverpool.Apl 12 Sarmatian.Portland. ..Liverpool.Apl 12 Europa.New York. .Glasgow.Apl 12 Crescent City.New York. .Havana.Apl 15 Russia.New York. .Liverpool.Apl 16 Trincaria.New York. .Glasgow. ... Apl 16 Idaho.New York. .Liverpool. Apl 16 City of Havana.New York. .Havana.Apl 17 City of Washington.New York. .Liverpool.Apl 17 Silesia.New York. .Hamburg . .Apl 17 Scandinavian.Portland.. .Liverpool.Apl 19 Ocean Queen. New York. .Aspinwall ... .Apl 19 Ville du Havre.New York. .Havre.Apl 19 City of Antwerp.. ..New York.. Liverpool.Apl 19 Calabria. New York. .Liverpool.Apl 19 Adriatic.New York. .Liverpool.Apl 19 Wilmington.New fork. .Havana.Apl 22 Polynesian. Portland .. .Liverpool_Apl 26 Miniatsirc Alumnae.April 19. Sun rises. .5.24 I Moon sets. PM Sun sets.6.38 I High water.11.15 AM MARINE jNTEWS. PORT OF PORTLAND, Friday* April II. ARRIVED. Steamer New York, Winchester, St John, NB, via East port for Boston. Sch Wm Thomas. Littlejohn, Boston. Sch Geo Brooks, Johnson, Boston. Sch L W Pierce, Hill, Boston. Sch Chilion, Grant, Boston. Sch George & Albert, Woodbury, Boston. Sch Coral, Colson, Plymouth. Sch I cocadia. Deland, Plymouth. Sch H B Gibson, Hurst, Portsmouth. Sch Maria Roxana. Palmer. Portsmouth. Sch Geo Savage, Nye, Vinalhavcn for New York. CLEARED. Sch J L Cotter, (Br) Nutter, St John, NB—John Porteous. Sch Howard Holder, (Br) Holder, St John, NB— John Porteous. Sch Milo, (Br) McDougal, St George, NB—master. Sch Isaac Vansant, Lindsey, Boston—Bunker Bros, SAILED—Brig Carrie E Pickering; sebs Onward, Ocean Belle, Bertha Souder, E L Leonard. MEMORANDA. Barque Neversink, Barstow, at Philadelphia from Messina, reports heavy weather on the passage and lost two suits ol.sails and hatch houses, had decks swept, &c. jaarque bcotianu, irom Boston tor Baltimore, in ballast, is ashore in Chesapeake Bay. Sch J W Fish, from Belfast, arrived at Charleston 9th inst, with sails split and other damage, having ex perienced rough weather. DOMESTIC POSTS. SAN FRANCISCO—Sid 1st inst, ship War Hawk, White, Puget Sound. NEW ORLEANS*Cld 5th, ship Guardian, Ames, for Antwerp. Cld 9th, ship Northampton, McLoon, Liverpool. FERNANDINA—Ar 5th inst, sell Mary Stewart, Coombs, Boston. Cl J 5th, sch Nollie Bell, Stahl, Matanzas. JACKSONVILLE—Ar. 2d, sch Eveline, Bagiev. New York. SAVANNAH—Sid 9lh, sch E B Evermann,Corson, Portland. CHARLESTON-Ar 9th, schs J W Fish, Seavey, Belfast; Sophie. Robinson. Boo tlibay. GEORGETOWN, SC—Ar 2d, sch Laura, Roberts, Portland. GEORGETOWN. SC-Ar 3d, brig Charles Wesley, Harding, Baltimore; sch S E Woodbu y, Griffin, do. WILMINGTON—Ar 7th. sch Eastern Belle, Park er. Boston. Cld 7th,8cbs Fanny Elder, Rich, Boston; Louisa Sraitb, Webber, Jacksonville. RICHMOND—Ar 7th, sch H G Fay, McHenry, Philadelphia. • NORFOLK—Ar 8th, sch Martha T Pike, Allen. Portland. BALTIMORE—Ar 9th, brigs R S Hassell, Hodgdon Mayaguez; Tally Ho, Plummer, Boston; Mary E Leighton, Gay, Matanzas; schs Chattanooga, Clem ents, Fijardo; AF Ames. Achorn, Cardenas; MC Moseley, Coggins, Mayaguez; Lugano, Dow, do; E L l’refethen, Sterling. Charleston. Cld 9th, sch A L Lockwood. St John, Portland. Sid 7th, barque Victor, for Queenstown; 9th, brig Harry, lor West Indies. PHILADELPHIA—Cld 8tb inst, sch Fred Smith smith. Caibarien. Ar 9th, brigs Anna M Knight, Davis, Matanzas waiter Howes, Pierce, Cardenas. Ar 10th, barque Neversink. Barstow, Messina. Ar 10th, schs Ruth H Baker. Collius, Cardenas; B F Lowell, Atherton, Matanzas. Below, brig A J Ross, from Sagua; schs Kate Carl ton, and Jos Oakes, from Cardenas. At Delaware Breakwater 9th. brig Loch momond; ;chs Chas Sawyer, and Davlight. -NEW YOIiK-Ar 9tb. brigs W H Bickraore, Bick nnre, Matanzas 11 days, Herman, Hichborn, Havana 10 days; I Howland, Ryder, Bermuda; schs Mary A Harmon. Davis, Matanzas: S 0 Noyes, Lee, Baracba; Jennie B Gilkey. Gilkey. Matanzas 10 days; Hattie, Huckins, and Mary F Pike. Good, Lubec; S C Norris, Lee, Baracoa; Carrie L Hix. Hix, Rockland; Benj strong, Weeks. Portland; John Boynton, Hill, from Bridgeport; Casco Lodge. New Haven; Red Jacket, \verill. and American Chief. Snow, Rockland; Har •iet Baker, Webber, Portland; Allston. Sawyer, from Calais; Gamma, Huntley, Now Haven; J L Tracey, Vlcscrvey. Boston ; Florida, Thompson, Rockland; Ganges, Higgins, Portland; Lizzie Raymond. Lord, Providence; Lvndon, Hilliard, Eastport; Nellie Doc, Richardson. Rockport; W F Gott, Howard, Frank fcrt; Ida L Howard, Williams. Portland. Ar 11th, brig Selma, Richardson, Kingston, Ja. Cld 9th. barque Marathon, Donnell, tor Marseilles; mbs Annie Freeman, Boynton, Point a Petre; Ring Dove, Swain, Aux Cayes; Florida. Gilmore. Jack sonville; John McAdam, Montgomery, Charleston; Ethan Allen, Blake. Port and. Cld 10th. ship Therese, Mudgett, Cronstadt; barks iCaystono, Berry, CronBtadt; Nellie May, Blair, Dun iirk; Eliza Whito, Mahoney, and Caro, Beals Ma anzas; brig Clara M Goodrich. Look. Cardenas’: sch K L Gregory, Thorndike, Boston. PROVIDENCE—S)d Oth, sch Gov Coney, Ersklns, New York. ., NEWPORT-Ar Oth, schs Gov Coney, Ersklns, Providence lor New York; Julia Elizabeth, do for Portland. w FALLRIVER-Ar Oth, brig Hampden, Smith, Nev York; sch Col Eddv, McBcan, do. BOSTON—Ar 10th, sell R L Kenuey, Tolmnn, Irom Rockland. Ar 11th, sch Mary Jane, Merrill. Wiscassec. Cld lOrh. schs Lucy Jones, Smith, Rockland; AII Sawyer, Cook, Calais. PLYMOUTH—Shi 3d, sch Coral, Colson, for Port land. NEWBURYPORT—Ar 10th, sch Matilda, Arey, Boston. Sid 10th, brig Tula, Reed, Macbias. to load for May aguez; sch Com Kearney, Metcalf, Calais. FOREIGN PORTS. Ar at Cienfuegos 28th ult, sch G W Richards. Bar stow.St John. KB; 31st, brig Juliet C Clark, Lee man, New York; 3d inst, barque Adeline C Adams, Collum, Barbadoes. Sid 29th, barque L T Stocker, Tyler, Boston; brigs Navarico, Blood, do; 1st inst, Angclia. Bray, New York; Nellie Ware, Amesbury, do; sch Ella, Mont gomery, do. Sid fm Havana 1st inst, barques Mary E Libby, Libby, Sagua; Rachel, Norton, do; schs J B Mar shall, Seavey, Sagua; 3d, Benj Reed, Adams. North ot Hatteras; 4th, brig Martha A Berry, Berry, Port land. In port 5th inst, brigs Emma, Smart, for Boston; Isadora Rionda, Plummer, for North of Hatteras; schs Lizzie Dewey, Parker, and Daybreak. Blake, tor New York; Nellie Bowers. Stackpole. for Boston; Ivalmer, Lambert, tor Philadelphia; Congress, York, for North of Hatteras; Eva Adell, Eaton, for New Orleans; and others. Chartered—Brig Emma, for Boston, 2000 boxes sugar at $1.30; brig Mary C Mariner, for North of Hatteras. molasses and meiado at Sagua. at $6 a 6J. Ar at Matanzas 29th ult, brigs E H Rich, Paine, New York; A H Curtis. Merriman, fm Philadelphia; 30th, Isaac Carver, Williams, Havana; Shannon, Sawyer, do; schs M M Pote, Stratton, Portland, 3lst barque Gertrude, Carlisle. Cardenas; 1st inst, brig Mary A Chase, Dolan, do; sch Emily Curtis, Bar bour, Philadelphia; 3d,barque Brunswick, Ives, from Buenos Ayres. Sid 30tn ult, brig Mary E Leighton, Gay, Balti more; schs Mary J Ward, Ward, and BF Lowell, Leav tt, North ot Hatteras; 31st, brig Almon Rowell, Atherton. Baltimore; sch May Munroe Hall, North of Hatteras; 1st inst. barque Addle McAdam. Part ridge, New York; 2d. brigs John W Hunt, Hunt, for North of Hatteras; Minnie Miller, Leland. do; 3d, barque Sarah B Hale, White, New York; brlgJB Brown, Ba n, Portland; 4th. barque Pohono, Thomp son ; schs Abbie Dunn. Fountain, for Boston; L W Wheeler, Lewis, and B J Willard, Woodbury, North of Hatteras; J M Crowley, Crowley. Baltimore. At Cardenas 31st ult, brigs Torrent. Tibbetts, for Baltimore, wtg 200 hhds; Caroline Gray, Snow, for North of Hatteras. Ar at St Jago 24th ult, brig Hiram Abltf, Tibbetts, New York. Ar at Sagua 30th nit, barque Jas E Ward. Wiley, New York; 31st, Almoner, Averlll, Baltimore; Cbaa Forbes, Swett. Buenos Ayres; brig Nigretta, Nichols, Baltimore; 1st inst, sch Addio M Bird, Merrill, from Havana. Sid 20th ult, brigs L Staples, Herriman. Baltimore: Anna M Knight. Davis, Philadelphia; 22d, schs Eben Fisher, Noyes, Portland. Ar at Trinidad 26th ult. brigs Iza, Noyes, Boston ; 30th, Don Quixote, Hooper, Aspinwall. Sid 28th, brig Adeline Richardson, Crowley, for New York. [Latest by European steamers.] Sid fm Penarth 26tb, GeoM Adams, Manson, for Kong Kong. Ar at Shields 28th ult, Lincoln, Trott, Havre. Sid fm Leith 28th ult. Merom. Lowell, Shields. Ar at Queenstown 28th ult, Kendrick Fish, Watte, Callao. SPOKEN. April C, off Hatteras, sch Winner, from a Sotliem port bound North. I, VIA vauo iUrtj, u.u ijuc XYVVCirmtk, uvui Messina for Philadelphia. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS TO INVESTORS. The Northern Pacific Railroad 7-39 First mortgage Gold Bonds, which we recommend as a profitable and well-secured investment, bear 7 3-10 per cent, gold interest (about 8J currency), and have the following elements of se curity, viz: 1. They are the obligation of a strong corporaticr. 2. They are a First Mortgago on the Road, its Equipments, Rights and Franchises. 3. They are a first lien on its Net Earnings. 4. There is pledged, ip addition, for the payment of principal and interests Land Grant of 12,800 acres per mile through the States, and 25 GiOacies per mile through the Territories traversed. The Company is already entitled ro nearly 'J en Million acres of‘ its Grant, and its Land sales thus far have everagod $5.6G per acre. With nearly 500 miles of the road constructed and in operation, the earnings for 1873 will be large. All marketable stocks and bonds aro received in exchange for the Northern Pacifies on most favorable terms. JAY COOKE & CO., New York, Philadelphia and Washington FOR SALE IN PORTLAND BY H .n E. WOOD, SWAN & BARRETT, and II. M. PAYSON. aprl2 eodGw&w6wlG William H. Piiiksey. Jas. L. Lombard. PHINNEY & LOMBARD, Real Estate & Loans, No. 153 La Salle Street, CHICAGO. Safe in vent went* made for non-rcKidcnts, and their interest* carefully attended to. References Chas. B. Sawyer, Pres. 5rh Nat’l Bank, Chicago; Chas. H. Mathews,Capitalist,Schen edady, V. Y.; J. P. Winsl >w & Co., Portland, Me.; S A. Briggs, Vice-Pres. Franklin Bank. Chicago; G. H. Hosm<*r, Lcckport, N. Y.; Phinuey «& Jackson. Portland. Me. apil2dtf NOTICE is hereby given, that the subscribers have been duly appointed Executors of the Will of JAMES B. THORNTON, late of Scarborough, in the County of Cumberland, deceased, audhavc tak en upon themselvi s that trust by giving bonds as the law directs. All persons having demands upon the estate of said deceased, aro required to exhibit the same; and all persons indebted to said estate are called upon to make payment to JOHN W. THONTON, Boston, Mass., JAMES B. THORNiON. Scarborough, Me.. CHARLES C. G. THORNTON, MadLon, Wis., Executors. Scarborough, March 21,1873. apl2dlaw3wS* E. C. JORDAN^ Civil Engineer & Land Surveyor, Wo. 841-2 middle Srcet., (near Canal Bank, PORTLAND, MAINE. aprl2 dim FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT. AT West End, two story House, all furnished, very convenient and pleasant, all the modern improvements. Will be let until Nov. 1st. Apply to JOHN C. PROCTER, apl2dlw 1)3 Exchange street. A New House for Sale! The commodious house on the westerly comer ■iii Cumberland and Anderson streets. Very BdLconvenient for two families. Gas and Sehago. Now rents $525 per annum. Pleasant location and good neighborhood. Can he had on lavorable terms. ivppjy co WM. H. JERRIS, Real Estate Agent, aprl2dtf C alio on Block. The 51 a it Farm for Sale or to Let. OITUATED in Scarborough, and for sale low. It ^ being a stock farm, any one desiring such would do well to call and see it before purchasing else where. Apply at once corner of Middlo and India Streets, or on the premises. aprl2dtjuul* I. ©• ©• F# f THE Monthly Meetingof the Mutual Relief Asso ciation of the I. O. O. F., will be holden at Odd Fellows Hall on Tuesday Evening April 15th, at 7$ o’clock. Per Order H. C. BARNES, S&s*v. Portland, Apr. 13th, 1872. aprl3d3t Lost. LAST THURSDAY, afternoon between Green and Newbury Streets, one black broadcloth CAPE. Whoever finds the same will please leave at this of fice, and receive the thanks of a p or woman. aprl2 d3t To Let. HOUSE No. 8 Orange street, arranged expressly for two families. For price, &c., enquire of G. \V. Eddy, 131 Commercial street, or JOHN C. PROCTER, apl2dlw 93 Exchange street. Found. A SUM of MONEY in Casco street School. It can be obtained by calling at No. 15 Canton Canton street and proving proprrty and paying charges. apl2d3t* CAN BE CUBED. DR. GRAVES’ Heart Regulator WILL CURE any case of heart disease, Although giocn up by the beat Physicians. Wc do not hesitate to 'ay It will cure tbe following symptom*, though most of them hnve been declared incurable: Palpitation, Enlargement, Spasms, Ossification or Bony Formation of the Heart, Rheumatism, General DebVity, Water about the Heart. Sinking of the Spirits, Pains in the Side or Chest, JHzzinss, sluggish Circulation gf the blood, and Momentary Stoppage gf the Action of the Heart. Our agent, on application, will furnish you with our circular, giving full description of the disease aud also a number ol testimonials of cures; and il you would lUte further proof from the parties who nave given the testimonials, write them and see what they say. Rorndmor® ,thoi’?an1' bottles of the Heart »V?™£fiuA„,an tl10 !1<rahnd is still increasing We £ott™w,w “redoing the public a benefit, sad not try mg to impose on thorn a worthless prepara I. UMWMWM tlle ^,Ca **««»>»«Or >» OXEDOL in Portland** *’ aD<1 CaU bu obtailU!tl 01 an>’ druggist 1. W. PERKINS A CO. WHOLESALE AGENTS, 80 Commercial Street Portland. ^ Janl3 deod&wly-w3 Notice. Mr. C, W. FENDERSON was admitted^ a mem ber of our firm Jan. 1 1873. aprPdlw FKNDEItSON & PLUMMER. miscellaneous. KOHLING HAS GOT HIS New Style Goods — FOR THK — Spring & Slimmer of 1873. He hag exercised his usual excellent judgment, and has selected the BEST STOCK Ever jet Exhibited iu tbix City by Him. THK ASSORTHEM INCU'DEN COATINGS, <ie,’J,,an’ F»'cuch and Kiiglisli manufacture, in Straights, Di agonals, Hair Lines, Basket and Diamond Goods, Are. PANT "GOODS. in this Department, if anywhere, ICohling thinks he can SUIT EVERYBODY. HIS ASSORTMENT OF WHOLE SUITINGS Embraces some of the Nobbiest Designs ever intro duced. In full confidence that he can suit all ta*tes, and all forms, he spreads these goods open to the inspec tion of all. tl^Theiie GooiU will be made up in a faultless Ntlyc and in a perfect muaucr. W. H. KOHLING, 99 EXCHANGE STREET. _ap3__ lm IN STOCK ! One oi the largest assortments or ROOM PAPERS TO BE FOUND IN THE CITY. Also daily receiving all new styles. Stamped Gold, Bronze, Patent plain washable Tints, of every shade. Fresco Borders, New Patterns of Hall Decorations, Satins, Ac. Every variety in fact, from the best fothe cheapest paper made, all of which will be sold at low prices. C-A.XjL .ajst> examine, HALL. L. DAVIS 53 Exchange St. apr5__ elm Maine Gen. Hospital Fair. The follow in? Rules have been adopted by the Executive Committee. 1st—Tables sliallbe numbered, and assigned by lot 2d—Nothing shall be sold on commission. Every article brought into the Hall tor sa e becomes there by entirely the pror»erty of the Fair, and it must not be given away, or oisjosetl of in any manner not ap proved by the Executive Committee. 3d—The prices ot all articles will be fixed by the Executive Committee. 4th—All articles are to be marked and sold at rea sonable prices. 5th—All respousiblo parties—whether individuals, Parishes, or other organizations—throughout the State, desiring space at the Fair, may have tables assigned them on application to the Executive Com - mittee at their Headquarters, 120 Middle street. 6th—There shall be a general table to be called the “Portland Table,” for the reception and disposal of all ariicle8 received by the Executive Committee, and of all other articles not designed for other tables. 7tli—There will also be a State table for the dispo sit ion of all articles contributed without assignment to any table from outside of Portland. CHAS. E. JOSE, Secretary. apl0d3w Leavitt, Burnham & Co., WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS — IS — IwC E . No’ 14 Cross Street, Portlaml. Orders left at Ice Office, 14 Cross St., or wiili J. C. Proctor, 93 Exchange St., will be promptly attended to. $3P*?ure Ice supplied for all purposes in any quantities and at the aplO LOWEST RATES. istf ~ C O T T O N SEED MEAL! 2000 Bags Cotton Seed Meal —FOR SALK BY KENDALL & WHITNEY, teb7__dtf CROASD ALE’S G E IV IT I IV E SUPERPHOSPHATE ^Richer in Ammonia aud Phosphoric Acids than Any Other Fertiliser in the market. CONANT & RAND, AGENTS FOR MAIN E. 153 Commercial Street. Portland. ap3 _ da&w3wl4 COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. THE undersigned have this day formed a partner ship under the style of Craig, Jackson & Brackett, for the purpose of carrying on tho Plastering, Stucco and Mastic business in all its branches, and have taken tire stand NOi. 29 PLEASANT STREET, (formerly occupied bg Jennings <t Son.) All orders for Whitening, Whitewashing aud Color ing will be promptly and failhtully executed. A lib eral share of public patrom^^resjuictfully solicited. CHARLES JACIvSON, SAMUEL fl. BRACKETT. Portland, March IP. 1W3.mch20eodlm Horse and Sleigh for Sale A FINE driving, well broke and stylish four year old COLT, with Sleigh, llamess'and Robes lor sale at a bargain. Apuly at PLUM STREET STABLES, elecl^n_So. IQ Plan, Street. Copartnership Notice. M^'-^RANKLIN FOX retirca from tho firm of FLETCHER & CO. this day. The undersigned will continue the business under the same name as heretofore. J H FLETCHER. April l,i8T3. UPWARD TOMLINSON, For Sale. A CHOICE JERSEY COW. Pedigree faulty, but lennn’s^atnU* m ^er>an(l trory desirable for a gen t S. L. GOODALE. aprlOt.lw_ Saco, Me. Superior Business Opportunity. FOR sale half interest in machine shop, splendid run of job work, thoroughly established, location ot great value, business on the increase. Chance sej dom met with; owner unexpectedlvcalled away, ret erenee* exchanged. TAYLOR A CO. 3 State aprlOdot St., Boston. Mas?. Dissolution of Copartnership. NOTICE is hereby given that the ftrm of^GEO. It DAVIS A CO., is hercbv dissolved by mutual consent. CEO. R. UA » j j.vttenv ajiSdlw FRANK O. PATTERSON. Notice. ALL nersous ate hereby cauti.iucd against liarbor lm-ror misting any of the crew of tho Barque ‘‘Etta s'tewait ” from arrow. As no debts of their contracting wlil be paid by tae Captain or Consignee. apl0d3t J- " • HEARING, Consignee. JOB PBIIVTINC neatly executed at this office. _miscellaneous. OPEMISO i —OF— DRESS GOODS, SILKS. Paisley, Cashmere and Ottoman S II A W L S . -AT TURNER BROS. Tuesday and Wednesday, Aprtl InC, ami 'id. We shall open as alnve, the most at tractive lines of goods, that we have ever displayed. Embracing all the novelties ! of the New York and Boston Markets, and at prices greatly reduced from what j they have been selling tn this market. I Special attention is invited to onr line of BLACK SILKS, which exceed any that ' we have ever offered. | "O.VE PRICE O.VII,” TURNER BROS., Cor. Congress and Elm Sts, I aprl 2w i “• | Opening Millinery. ! _ New Spring: Millinery i — OPEWSti DAILY AT ' M. A. BOSWOKTH’S, Cor. Congress & Exchange Sts., FLUENT’S BEOCK. 1 ap9 tf | j HTM P AT SON & C0 . , Bankers and Brokers, OFFER EOR SALE Portland City .... ft’ Bangor ...... 6* St. Lonis - - - - ' - ft’s SL Lonis County - . - 7’s Cook County - - - - 7’s Chicago - - - • - 7’s Columbus, Ohio • - • 8’s Dayton, Ohio - • - - 8’s Leeds & Farmington R.R., guaranteed ft's Portland & Rochester R. It. • - 7’s j Maine Central R. R. - - - 7’» I Central R. R. of Iowa Gold • - 7’s Chicago, Danville & Vincennes it. R., Gold,.7’s Northern Pa.illc R. R. Gold - 7-30’s Government Bonds, Bank Stocks and Gold Bought and Sold. 32 Exchange Street, PORTLAND* ' | ttP-_dll . BONDS. Portland City - - > - ft’s Rockland City.ft’s Bath City.ft’s bangor City ft’s St. Lonis City ..... ft’s Leeds & Farmington, (Guaranteed,) ft’s Maine Central, Consolidated. • * 7’s j Cook County, Illinois, - ■ • 7’s j Wayne County, Illinois, • - 7’s : Iowa Central, Gold, - • - - 7’s | Toledo, Ohio, - - - 7.30 s j Northern Pacific Gold, ... 7.80’s ! West Wisconsin R. It., Gold, • - 7’s | Atlantic & St. Lawrence R. R. Stock and Defered Rent Script Bought. FOB SALE BY Will. E. WOOD, Ag’t, Sept 67 Exchange J. M. Krown & Sons. BANKERS, Ho. 40 Exchange St., rORTUND, MAINE. Business the same as an Ineor porated Bank. Interest allowed on Deposits. Dealers in Government Bonds. Gold and Foreign Exchange. Investment Securities constant- « ly on hand. ja.i29 _ _ 1st! BOND S. New York City - y “ “ “ - - . g. Brooklyn City - - O’n Jersey City - 7’f Elizabeth City - - - . 7’, Canada Southern R. R., Gold, - 7’s B. & Cedar Rapids R. It., Gold, - 7’s Northern Pacific R. It., Gold, - 7-30' -FOR SALE BY R. A. BIRD, 97 Exchange St. _ fcM3 Gentlemen’s Garments CLEANSED, I— Oil — Dyed Broun, Black, Biuc-Black and Blue, and pressed ready for weai;. No Ripping required. WarrnntedViot to crock. AT FOSTER’N DVK HOl’ME, maraiTT&Stl 44 Union Hi. BONDS. 8BBAUA Water Bosds and oilier first class to I-er cent. Municipal Bondr. for sale. CHARLES M. HAWKES, •>8 EXCHANGE STREET. mclt29d3w Lumber aud Dock Timber Wanted Iu exchange for ■■•wsiKisjasssass--'

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