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LATEST NEWS
BY TELEGRAPH TO THE
PORTLAND DAILY Pit ESS.
Tuesday Morning:, February 4, 1888,
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Maine Legislature.
[Spoeial dispatch by International Line.)
SENATE.
Auousta, Feb. 3.—HouSepapers disposed ol
iu coulereuce.
Passed lobe enacted.—Bills—To authorize
the construction of railroad in Pembroke; To
authorize construction of weir at Bor Harbor.
Passed to be engrossed.-—Bills—To omelet
the charter of certain banks; To protect Cer
tain lisberies in Luskin ami Sandy river ponds;
To establish a ferry across the Penobscot, bo -
tween Ayer’s Falls and Marsh Hips; Resolve
relating to Grassy Island and fish ways at Old
Town. Adjourned.
HOUSE.
Senate papers disposed of iu concurrence.
Orders passed—On motion oi Mr. Hale of
Ellsworth, that the Judiciary Committee in
quire iuto tho expediency of amending or re
pealing chap. 150 laws ISol', relating to judge
ments where no personal service lias been
rendered; that the same Committee consider
the expediency of amending sec. 2, chap. J,
law s of 1802, relating to liens; ol Air. Buck of
Orlaud, that the act regulating the compensa
tion of members, see. 1, chap. 17, laws of 1859,
be strictly enforced by Committee ou Pay
Holts; of Air. Blaisdeil of Otis, that names of
absentees ou call of the roll be entered on the
journal and published iu the report; Ou mo
tion ot Mr. Porter of Burlington, that all bills,
acts and resolvesof a public nature introduced
alter the 8th inst., and reports of all commit
tees, except that on l'inangp. after 13ih inst.,
be referred to the next Legislature; Of Mr.
Beale ol Hudson, that Committee on Judiciary
inquire into the expediency of amending chap.
48 laws of 1888. relating to pensions; Of Air.
Thompson that Committee on Public Build
legs inquire into tbe expediency of legislation
regulating the method of purchasing wood
and coals tor use of public buildings, and
cruse a report of the same to b ■ made to next
Legislature,
Road auiUissigued— Besnlvo iu tavorof John
D. Hayes; Act ior relief of town of Wood
stock authorizing it to issue bonds.
Passed to be engrossed—Act to regula'te tak
ing of trout and pickerel in Auburn; Act to
amend the act relative to stenographers in S.
J. Court; Act relating to public sales under
attachments; Rosolvcs relating to shipping in
terests of Alai tie; Act granting Bucksport and
\ eroaa tho right of seino fishing along the:
bridge connecting the two towns; Act to
amend chap. 80, r.s , relating to examination*
and summons of trustees; To amend chap, dfi,
private laws ol 1888, amending ineoTpuratHjn
of Somerset Railroad Coo. pony : Art to amend
the charter of Bangor and Piscataquis Eail
road Company; Act to authorize First Con
gational Sortety in Eastport to loan money
and mortgage' their parsonage lot; Act to
authorize city of Bangor to aid in tho con
struction of the Bangor and Piscataquis Rail- *
road; Under suspension of rules, resolves re
lating to settlement of claims against sureties
of B. D. Peck.
Petitions referred—Ot John Tabor to bo re
lieved from further settlement for appropria
tion for road between Alonroe and Greenville;
For incorporation [of Novumbega Coal Com
pany; Several relative to porgio fishing; For
leave to construct a wharf at VInalhaven; '
Several for legislation relieving towns from
damages occurring at railroad crossings; For
abolishment ol J uuo term of Commissioner's
Court in Aroostook cdunty; For amendment
of statutes relating to location of school houses;
For reduction of salaries of officers of Cuuibci
land county; Bill relating to returns of de
ceased officers; Memorial relating to fees of
litigation; Remonstrance ol President of We: t
Penobscot Agricultural Society against tbe
incorporation of Central Penobscot Agricultu
ral Association. Adjourned,
WASHINGTON.
.HE REVISION OP THE INTERNAL REVENUE.
New Yore, Feb. 3.—AVashiDgtou specials
say the AVays and Means Committee have not
vet reached the free list in the new internal
revenue bill, and they are apprehensive they
may not be able to recommend the relief of as
many interests as they feel should be assisted,
it is contemplated to report the bill by sec
tions, in order that the country may have
speedy benefit therefrom. The manufactur
ers' section, which is nearly completed, will be
reported first, then the tobacco and whiskey
sections.
TIIE ALABAMA CLAIMS.
In consequence of England's refusal to al
low the slightest scrutiny of her conduct in
the Alabama matter, the United States Gov
ernment lias determined to assert positively
that the claims must be paid and the matter
adjusted either within or outside of the ques
tion of protection to American citizens in Eu
rope. The President entirely concurs in the
views presented in Mr. Banks’ report, and in
tends to take speedy action in the matter of
those now detained in British prisons.
PROBABLE CHANGE IN THE CABINET.
There is a probability of a general change
in the Cabinet. The Intelligencer calls for a
cleaning of the camp of neutrals, open ene
mies, and especially of spies.
DEATHS FROM STARVATION AT TUNIS.
Consul Heap, at Tunis, stales that the aver
ago nnmber of deaths in the streets there,
trom starvation, is one hundred per day, and
appeals to the United States for assistance.
OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECBETARY OF THE
TREASURY TO BE ABOLISHED.
It is stated that Mr. Cooper will resume his
duties as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury
to-day, whereupon the Senate will inquire by
what authority the appointment has been
made, and the office will probably bu abolished.
THE ANTI-CONTRACTION BILL A LAW.
The legal ten days having expired, the anti
contraction bill is now a law.
DISCLOSURES OF MEXICAN POLITICS.
The Herald prints documents purporting to
disclose the complicity of Santa Anna with
the empire of Maximilian in Mexico, and also
a desiie expressed on the part of Otterhourg,
the late United States Consnl at Mexico city,
to Inrther the recognition of the empire by the
United States Government through his politi
cal influence in New York and Washington,
in which it appears he cites Forney, the Secre
tary of the Senate, as his friend in considera
of a raih’oad concession to lie offered on the
New York Market.
RUMORED RESIGNATION OF MINISTER ADAMS.
Washington, Fob. 3.— An authenticated
rumor prevails to-day in Congressional cir
cles that Mr. Adams has resigned his position
as Minister to England.
REORGANIZATION OF THE TREASURY DEPART
MENT.
The Secretary of the Treasury sent to Sen
ator Sherman lo-day a communication which
w as laid before the S .-uatc in faior of the bill
now pendiug lor the reorganization of the
treasury Department. He says that under
the present organization the regular perma
nent salaries, with the addition of 20 per cent,
granted by Congress, during the past yen’
amounts to §3.717 450. Under the war the
amount is §5,368,570, exhibiting a reduction
trom the expenditure of the past year ot'§208,
b85. After mature consideration he says:—
“The plan under discussion lias been suggested
as most advantageous in every point ot view,
us being not only tie; more economical, but
more conducive to efficiency tliau auy plan of
increase by per ceuiages or other indiscrimi
nate allowances.
NOMINATION rOR COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL
REVENUE.
Mi. Merrill was to-day nominated lor Com
missioner of Internal Revenue by tho Pres
ident.
ARRIVAL OF GEN. KIT CARBON.
Gen Kit Carson arrived in this city last
night, from Colorado, and this morning called
on the Secretary of the Interior and the Com
missioner of Indian Affair?. He is accom
panied by Kawiacho, one of the principal
chiefs of the Utah natives. Their visit has re
ference to treaty matters. Everything is re
ported as quiet among tbo Indians ie the far
V< est, though there is :jomu apprehension of
renewed trouble with the prairie Indians who
committed the depredations last spring. Gen.
Carson also had an interview with Gen. Giant
at ms headquarters, and with Gens. Sheridan
uud bherinau at the War Department this
morning.
INTERNAL IUIVE.MJE RECEIPTS.
The receipts from tbe Internal Revenue to
day were $1,481,882.
XLtb GOIfGitESS—Sooond Session.
SEATK.
Washington, Feb. 3.—Mr. Fessenden pre- |
rented the resolutions of the Maine Legisla
ture in regard to the taxation of National
banks. Referred to Committee on Finance.
Mr. Cameron presented a memorial in re
gard to tbe rights of American cUizent} abroad,
praying for the removal of Charles Francis
Adams, Minister to England. Referred to the
Committee on Foreign Relations.
Mr. Wilson presented a petition lVoiu th<
members of the Peace Society, praying for the
appointment of commissioners to goto Alaska
io examine into the condition of the Indians.
Kefervod to Committee on Indian Affairs.
Mr \\iisoh presented a petition of army
cmoer8 praying lor au increase of pay, &c.
Mr. Sherman, from the Committee on Fi
nance, teportcd favorably on tbe House bill in
regard to the taxafmn „i' share-holder, in .Na
tional banks. Mr. Sherman explained that it
provided lor the taxation of shares where tbe
bank is located, even though belongin'- to non
residents. The hill was passed. "
Mr. Wilson introduced a bill to provide for
tbe gradual reduction of the army oi it,,. Unit
ed States, anil to discontinue unnecessary
grades. Referred to the Committee on Milita
ry Affairs.
Mr. Cole offered- a resolution, which was
adopted, calling on the Secretary of the Treas
ury for information whether any, and if auy,
what legislation is necessary fo secure the i'll
niieranls horn toreigu countries a greater 8e
( gr<«* of safety, • oaifort, health, protection in
| uktMa, and better treatment generally than is
J secured them by existing laws. Also iuwhat
1 pi. : eitAar such neeesarrtprovision*<>f the ^aw
; s.;<>ulh n»* made ante applicable to sailing ves
sels and to :Jweamslnps, and to immigrants from
! other than Euroi>eau ports; aiso^yaether the
! existing laws applv equally tosteerage passen
! gers 011 a voyage boili to and from the United
States, and if not, what additional legislation
is advisable in this respect.
Mr. N'ye introduced a bill to promote the
efficiency of the Indian Department, by the
I appointment of two superintending agents of
fudiau affairs, one lor the section west and the
other for the section east of the Kooky Moun
tnins, who are to exercise general supervision
over the Indian tribes, inspect their condition
and management, and make reports thereon
! 1° the Secretary of the Interior, at a com pen
, --ition of $1000 and SH500, respectively, and
traveling expenses. They are authorized to
examine Ikk»1:s and paper* of subordinates
when necessary, liefer red to Committee on
Indian Affairs.
Mr. Wilson introduced a bill requiring all
persons applying to Congress lor extension
and renewal of patents to give public notice
thereof tor four weeks in a newspaper of W asli
iugton and in one published in the State where
such invention or discovery is most extensive
ly used. .
At the expiration oi the morning hour the
dchair on the supplementary reconstruction
Ml! was resumed. Without coming to a vote
the Senate at 4 o’clock adjourned.
HOUSE.
Several bills and resolutions were introduc
ed aud referred; among them a bill to amend
the law relating to naval promotions; re sol u
I tions oi the Maine Legislature relative to tax
ing National bank stocks, and protection to
naturalized citizens; also a bill authorizing the
building of a railroad from Washington to New
York.
MY. .Trucks presented a bill concerning
American citi :'lisliip and the protection due
to American citizens in foreign States, lie tor
red to Committee on Foreign Affairs.
Mi. Johnson presented a bill to promote the
efficiency of the mercantile marine, and to
provide1 for the* orphans of soldier?* and sailors
who died in the service, and lor an asylum for
disabled veterans. Referred to Committee on
Naval Affairs.
The call of the States for bills being com
pleted, the Speaker proceeded us the next bus
iness in order to the callof the Htates lor reso
lufnnre.
Mr. Hubbard, of West Virginia, offered a
resolution directing the Secretary of War to
transmit coping of all correspoude*. ce between
him and tlje Executive, limiting his authority
as Secretary of War to the issue of orders, and
all correspondence between him and the Geii
eral-in-Ctiief on the same subject, and alt cor
respondence that may have been furnished him
between the President and the Geueral-in
Chief, relating? to the disobeying by the Gene
ral of any orders (4 the War .Department.
Adopted.
Tff call for re-miutions being completed, the
House pro:ie«*h*cPt«> dispose of the resolution*
heretofore offered and lying over uuder the
rules, ;»j follows: Resolution ot Mr. Brooks, of
New \ ork. calling on the Secretary of War
for copies of all Genera? Orders promulgated
by the several commanders of the live Milita
ry Districts or peht archies at the South. Mr.
Brook* amended bis resolution by striking out
the word “pentorehies,** and the resolution
was adopted. Resolution of Mr. Kile, offered
Deo. loth, directing the Secretary of the Treas
ury to report whether, since duly last, any
National banks have changed their securities
held hi Treasury to secure their circulat ion and
requiring him tb make no further changes in
funded^asutities by payment or Otherwise, eajh
eapt of Interest, until further legislation 6r
order of CongraM. . .
After a debate Mr. Rrotmel mfived to refer
the resolution to the Committee on Ranking
andJCurrency: ***& ■
Tb * morning hour expiring, Ike resolution
went over.
The House then resumed the consideration
of the Kentucky election case.
Mr. Kerr, in behalf of the minority report
Horn the Committee on Elections, replied to
the argument* against the right of Mr. Brown
to a seat, contended that ho was entitled to
tune it.
Alter a debate, on motion of Mr. Trumbull,
the lu?*thor consideration of the case was post
poned till Tuesday next, the lltli inst., in
order that Mr. • Brown, who is now at home,
might have an opportunity of addressing the
House.
The Speaker presented communication!? as
follows;—From the Secretary of State urging
t he necessity of further appropriations towards
defraying expenses of employing copying
clerks, to enable the department to answer
certain calls tor information. Also for the
same with a statement of the disbursements
from the contingent iuud. Fiom the Secretary
ot the Tic usury locative to special agents and
detectives employed in the Treasury Depart
ment since June 1st, 1$QG. Also from the same
relative to the discontinuance of the Cham
pagne suits in New York. From the Secretary
of the Navy with information a* to the steam
ship \ underWlt. All the above communica
tions were appropriately referred.
Mr. Robinson asked leave to offer a resolu
tion relative to the Cases of Stephen J. Meany,
John \i arren NagJe and other American citi
zens imprisoned in Ireland. Alter a debaie,
objections behrg made, Mr. Kobinson moved
to suspend the rules to allow him to offer it.
The rules were suspended—yeas 9GS navs 30—
and the resolution was introduced.
After an animated discussion by Messrs.
Kobinson. Brigham, Eldridge and Banks, the
latter taking the ground that the passage of
the resolution would be an evasion by the
House of its own duties, and shifting the rt*»
sponsibiiitv on the President.
Mr. Kobinson moved the previous question.
The House refused to second the previous
question, and on motion of Mr. Hanks the re
solution was referred to the Committee on
* oreign Aff airs by a vote of 80 to ft).
At live o’clock the House adjourned.
onto.
THU POLITICAL SITUATION'.
New Vork, I’eb. 3.—A Coluuibus (Ohio)
special says official returus from ibe 8th dis
trict give Beatty 11,820 and Burns 10,983;
Beatty's majority 835. Beatty’s gain is 280
over Hayes, while■Bnrns lost 308 from Thur
man’s vote. The Republican net gain is 588.
The Democratic Legislature is preparing to
take another step backward. Resolutions are
pending in the House demanding the repeal of
the reconstruction acts. Thev come up for ac
tion on Monday. The proposition to re-district
the State for Congressional purposes lias been
entirely abandoned by the Democracy, as they
can nothing by it. Moderate men of the party
desire to keep Valiauiigham out of Congress,
aad they could hardly do this if a roapportion
ment should lie made at this time. The feel
ing between the two wings is becoming very
bitter.
E V It O P E .
tmSAT naiTAIN. C’i
Lo.neon, Feb. 4—1 u accordance with a re
quest from L ird Stably, the Pacha of Egypt
has recalled the auxiliary corps of native Egyp
tians which lie sent to join the British expe
dition in Abyssinia.
XBAKCE.'
Paris, Fell. 2— a. si.—The Courrier Frau
cais oflast evening says that the presence ot
Admiral Farragut at Naples is designed as a
counterpoise to the French forces in Rome
and to sustain the liberals in Italy, with whom
Aimirul Farragut holds intimate relations.
The Courrier says that tlie admiral has sent
to Caprera a promise of his support, and he
only waits a reply, from General Gariba'di.
Tlie debate on the proposed hill tor the gov
ernment of the press was closed late last even
ing. N’ti vote was reached. The success of
the hill is regarded as extremely problemati
cal.
Jjater.—It is reported that the government is
likely to withdraw the new bill for Ibe regula
tion of the press which has been under discus
siou in the Corps Legislatif,in consequence of
the opposition to the measure shown by the
liberal partj.
ITALY.
Florence. Fob. 2.—Au uuuouucemeut was
made in both Houses of Parliament yestai day,
that His Royal Highness the Crown Prince
Humbert has been formally betrothed to the
Pri rcess ilargherila of Genoa.
SPAIN.
Cadiz, JVlj. 2— Reports from Morocco repie
seut that a severe famine prevails iu Tangier*
and Xeluan.
PRUSSIA.
Berlin, Fob. 2.—The hill introduced by the
government granting large idemnities to the
King oi Hanover and the Duke of Nassau has
been passed in tlie Diet. Much opposition was
shown to granting the appropriations, and at
one time their passage seemed doubtful; hut
toward tlie elusa of the debate on the subject,
Count Von Bisnmrk declared that if they
were not adopted he would be compelled to
dissolve Parliament. This threat was effec
tive.
sA'ituirn islaxuii.
LOSS OF AMBRIC1V VESSELS-THE RSI 1PRO
crrv TREATY — THE RECENI ARCTIC HIM
COVER 1E8.
San Francisco, Feb. 2.—The steamer Mon
tana, from Panama, arrived to-day. The stea
mer Idaho, from Honolulu, has arrived, with
advices to Jan. 20th. The following American
ships are reported wrecked at the Guano Is
lands: Lizzie Oakford, which was lost at How
land Island, Sept 26th; Washington at Mc
Kean’s Island, Dec, 4th, and the Minnehaha
at Baker’s Island, Dec. 3. No lives were lost.
Tile ctcua arrived sale at Honolulu, and the
vessels were a total loss.
The Honolulu Advertiser says,owing to the
rainy weather there is little or no work ou the
plantations. There is a general disposition to
avoid increased expenditures until the result
of the reciprocity treaty is known. Should it
prove a failure, the fact would have a most de
pressing induouee. its ratification would re
store confidence in every branch of industry.
Tin- American, English, German and French
residents regard the measure as beneficial to
the whole country. The action of the Cham
ber of Commerce of San Francisco, in conuec
tton with tho treaty, was received with great
satisfaction.
1 he total vatu* of the exports of Honolulu
during the past year was 867,500,000.
C intam Lone publishes in the Advertiser a
toll account of Ills discovery of the polar con
tinent. lie recommends that steamers he scut
to coast along the shore, as current sets in
from the land, leaving a wide belt o! smooth
water. He slates that he was within 10 miles
of the position whence Wrangell discovered
the open polar sea.
The fiussian ship Czarita, with Height and
passengers for iiurope, from Sitka, put into
Honolulu. All well.
Ship lolani sailed for New Bedford with a
full cargo of oil and bone, Jan. 11th.
KOl’TII AMERICA.
El FRCTS OF THE REVOLUTION IN PERU — IN
UIAN REVOLT—GREAT FIRE AT VALPARAISO.
New York, Jan. 3.—Valparaiso letters of
the 3.1 state that the success of Canseco’s re
volt in lVrn was generally regarded us the end
of th> Cliilino-Pemvian alliance. As Peru is
considejably indebted to Chili on naval ac
count and Canseco stands ou the record as
Irieudlv to Spain, not a little uneasiness per
vades socieiv In Chili as to tbo future relations
oi the two Mepubhcs.
The Armicauittn savages ha<l commenced
hostilities iu the south of Chili.
On December ‘2<Hh a tremendous tir* broke
out in Valparaiso, destroying the Government
arsenal and a long line of temporary buildings
erected near the site of the Custom Houses,
burned by the Spanish fleet in 1866. The loss
was estimated at $125,000.
Melipilli has been made a port ofent-y.
c om"m ebcial.
Dome mic Uarkcto.
Nkw York,Feb. 3.—'Jotton less active sod lower;
sales 2,800 bales; Middling upland* [email protected] 19|C.—
Fluur—State and Western quiet; State830; Bound
Hoop Ohio9 90 @13 80; Wextern 8 43 @ 12 00; good
to choice White Wheat extra at 1270 @ 13 00; South
ern dull; common to fdr 10 00 @ 13 35; choice 45 10;
California In fair request; sales 1,100 sack* at 12 30
@ 13 75. Wheat quiet; sales 15,600 hash.; Milwaukee
N<>. 2 at 2 15. Corn more active and 2 @ 3c higher;
sale • 56,000 bush.; new Winter Western 1 27 @1 30,
afloat; old Mixed Western poor 1 31 in store; White
Southern 1 25 @ 1 30 for new. Oats quiet; sales 28.000
bush.; Western 84c in store; Ohio 8«c afloat. Beef
linn; sales 785bbls.; new pl&iu mess 13 00 @ 19 00;
new extra mess 16 50 @ 21 5 b Pork dull; sales 600
bbls.; new mess 22 50 @27 75: old do 21 50 @2162;
prime 17 M) @ 18 tO; also 500 bbls. new mess, seller
March, at 22 75. Lard tinner; gate* 790 Ibis, at 134
« 144c; also 500 bbls., seller March, at 13jc. Batter
tirm; State 40 @ 50c, Whiskey quiet. Bice quiet
and steady. Sugar |c highet with a fur demand;
sal s 250 nhds.; Havana, 500 boxes, at 124 @ 14c.—
Coffee tirm. Mol«th*es* quiet and steady. Naval
Stores tirm; Spirits Turpentine 674 @ 584c; Bosin
2 95 & 8 00. Oils quiet; Linseed 1 13 @ I 17. Petro
leum scaice and firm; crude 10£c; refined bonded 24
ft 241c. Tallow quiet at 11 (gj llgc; sales 136,000 flM.
Freights to Liverpool decidedly lower; Cotton per
sat! I a 7-lS<l? Corn per steamer 10^d.
New York, Feb. 3.—Weekly Cattle market.—
Beeves in fair demand with a moderate supply; mar
ket some firmer; receipts 4,1*51 head; quotations 10
@ 16c. Veal Calve* moderately active, Arm and un
changed; receipts 746 head; quotations [email protected]
• Sheep and Lambs firmer and demand fail, especially
lor good Stock; receipts 20,662 head; quotations 4 @
ic higher, the market closing firm. Swine—light of
ferings and nrices fully 4c higher; receipt* 10,910
head; quotations 72 @ Tie.
Chicago, Feb.3.—Flour quiet and unchanged.—
Wheat irregular at 2 06 @ 2 09 for No. 1 and 2 044 @
2 04^ ror No. 2. (Join firmer; new 82? @f&c; old 85
65;c for No. I Oats quiet at 584 @ 5S}c. Rye firm
er at 1 51 @ 1 55. Barley uominal. Provision* buov
ant. Me.** Pork—standard 2! 73; first claas brand*
held at 21 50; 200 bbls. old mess sold at 20 00. Sweet
Pickled Hams more active at 124c. English Meats
advanced 4c: sales at 104 @ 114c for loose Cumber
land, short ribs and short clear middle*. Bulk Meats
higher; sale* dry salted shoulders at 84 @ «4c, loose.
Green Hams firm at 11 @ 114c. Lard advanced ic;
sales at 12f @ 124c.
Cinoixs ah. Feb 3.—Mess Pork opened at 2125
@ 22 00 for old and new. Lard In demand at 124c,
but held at 13|c. Bacon quiet and in demand at vie
for shoulders and 114 @ 12 @ 124 ' for sides, rib and
clear side*.
Mempuis, Teuu., Jan. 31.—Cottnn fit mar at 194 @
l»<4c; receipts 2,620 bales; exports 3,139 bale*; re
ceipts of the week 14,609bales; exports 9,055 bale*;
receipt* ot the month 47.019 bales: export* 41.509
bales: ptoek on hand 19,334 bales, flour—superfine
9 00 @ 9 50; other grade* 10 00 @ 14 59. Pork active
at 22 25 @ 22 50. Bacon-clear sides 13c. Bulk shoul
ders 84c; sides 13* @ lie. Lard—keg 134® 14c.
Corn, to arrive, 80c. Oat* dull at 75 @ 76c.
Auocsta, Ga., Jan. 31.—Cotton opened Irregu
lar and closed quiet; sales 1,401 bale*; receipt* 914
bales; Middling- 17*® 17Jc.
Savaxkau, Ga., Jan. 31.—Cottuu opened active
and closed quiet anil Ann; -ale- 2,094 bale-: Mid
dlings 18jo; receipt- 2,601 bale-; export- 9,516 bale-.
Charleston, S. C., Jan. 91. Cotton active and
Improved ic; -ales 1,100 bale-; Middlings 14c.
New Orleans. Feb. 3.—Cotton 1r demand; Mid
dlings 18]e; receipts since Saturday 4,387 baits; ex
ports 2,267 bales; sales 4.000 bales. Sugar active:
common 10 Silt; fair 12j ® 12]c; prime to choice
13| fa; 11 jc. Molasses tending upward; prime to
choice 80 & 8*0.
F.rei(a .Markets.
Havana, Feb. 3.—Exchange on London 12c Wo
rn him ; on New York, gold, long sight 81 premium,
and abort sight 1} premium.
FapiPOBT, Feb. 2.—United States S-W’s quoted
Rt 4 *4*
boSDOS, Feb. 3—Forenoon.—American securities
weaker; United States 5-20’sclosed at721; Atlantic
and Great Western shares 254; Erie shares 48]; Illi
nois Central shares 41}.
Liverpool, Feb. 3—Forenoon,—Cotton dull and
drooping; sales 10,000 bales. BreadatnS* steady.
lfaw fork Stack Market.
„ New York, F.b. 4
S'I'OCES;—Money 4 ®6 per cent. Sterling Ex
change 109].
American Gold... 1411
U. S. Coupon Sixes, 1881,..’. . .'ill!
U. S. Five-Twenties, coupon-, 1862,.Ill,
U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1864.104]
U. 8. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1869.110
H' §' ™iYe'~w®ntie8' oonpon-, Jan and July.104
C. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1867.,108
U, 8. Ten-Forties, coupons. 1044
V. 8 Seven-Thirties,. ".107
Kew York Central. 127
Erie. ’.74
Beading,. 04
Michigan Southern,. . 01
Chicago St Hock Island.99
Boston Stack Liu.
Salet at the Broken* Board, Feb 4.
American Gold.... 140t
United States Coupons, Jan. 140}
United States 7-30s, June. 1074
•' July. 1011
Ulilted States 3-20-, 1802. *
" W8».1094
Maine State Sixes, 1889. 160*
Rutland 2d Mortgage Bond-. 50]
llnston and Maine Railroad. iwl
Boston and Maine R R Rights.,. A
Michigan Central Railroad. 112
Eastern Railroad. U2
°xi>iC4Tioir ~ i
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Town of jJT I
^ Folks I
t i'uly™ a**'Hr.-l
J^OTrtl.;.
t
Nice Worsted Damask Lounges
TO BE
GIYEJV •IHWl*.
50 Nice Ticking Mattresses,
TO BE
GIYEJV tiMW.
100 Mahogany Frame L. Glasses
TO BE
CrI\*Ejy wl 1*.
V »« have fM every Hankie 1U-,
iu the Houir-Furaiekl eg Llae, and will
aall aaything la aar large alack at Iht vary
(.•weal Caah Price. Jr. tdditiou to Hit above,
we will say
Every customer buying gico worth, wlU be pre
sented with a bice Dernaslr Lounge.
Every customer buying $;o worth will be present
ed with a uloe Ticking hfmtreas.
Every customer bu.ylag ,23 worib will be present
ed with a Mahogany Frame Forking Olass.
Tide Is no humbug; every article shall be sold at
LOW as can lie bought elsewhere of same quality.
HOOPER & EATON,
130 Exchange ttt.
N. B. Cash paid For Second Hand Furniture,Car
pets. Stoves. <£c, deeSleodtf
c. i\ TEL RASHER & CO.
No. 4 Free St., Block.
Wave Just Received
I'BOJI l»K\V YORK,
A LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF
Ladles Cloa1ii9 j
Which they are now oSeringat
FIFTY PER CENT
BELO tr THE OltlGlKAE COST, i
Jan 31. dttu
nigCELUNBOVI.
BOOK, CARD,
-AND
Job Printing: Office,
109 Gxeliange St.,
N. .A.. FOSTER,
PROPRIETOR.
The Latest and Best Styles
—OF—
Wood and Metal Type,
—FOJt—
JT ot> Work.
Thorough and experienced workmen are employ
ed, and Printing of every description executed in
the highest style ol the ait, and
On th» Most Reasonable Terms.
Mammotli
Posters,
programmes,
CIRCULARS,
HAND-BILLS,
Bill-Heads,
Town Reports,
Catalogues,
Blanks,
Labels,
- XX D -1—
Book Work!
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Business Cards,
Address Cards,
Wedding Cards,
Tickets,
Tags,
Checks,
<fb.
Cheap as the Cheapest
-AT THS
Portland Press Office,
109 Exchange Street.
A SMALL LOT OF THAT
Choice Dollar Tea!
LEFT AT THE
Japanese Tea Store,
85 Federal St.
JUST RECEIVED A FINE LOT OF
HFew Turkish Prunes,
Fire PnM> for One Dollar.
New Cask Raisins,
Mix Poaalt for Oae Dollar.
All other good* In my line as cheap accordingly.
tW~ Call and examine tor jourselv. a.
tebltfWM. L. WILLSON'.
T R I X !
II you dan't know what it i-i, ask at
Marks’ Drug Store !
ft^rny 1. dlw
Guava Marmalade !
/’’h/’h 1 lb. Boxes Guarva Marmalade at half
UV/U price, only 30cents per box. Freehand
nice, at
ALLBN’S FRIIT HTORK,
Jkti31dlw No 11 Exchange at.
Turkish Prunes.
QAAA LBS. Turkish Prunes; the best and
cheapest sauce in the market.
S lbs. lor 01.00,
At Allen*8 Fruit Store,
Jap Si-din. No 11 Exchange at.
Just Arrived from Canada
WITH THE BEST LOT OF
BUSINESS MOUSES
Bear krongkt into thin Market.
HAVING been in this line ot business lor four
years, and having usually given my custom
ers good sath thction, Ithink that with better facili
ties for buying than ever, I can now show gentlemen
who wait GOOD BELUBLE BLNALsH
HOB0E9, a line lot to select from.
FIFTEEN NOW ON HAND,
All TOUNG and SOUND, At my ftable,
84 Federal Street.
N. B. Any Horse not proving as repmeu'ed
cab be returned and money will be relunded.
Rl'FlS RAND.
February 1. dtt
GEO. L. KIMBALL & CO.,
Successor* to FBEEMAK & KIMBALL,
Wool-pullers and Tanners, Dealers in
Wool and Wool Skins,
Also Mannlocturers ol
PEBBLES. KID, LININGS and BOLL SKINS,
DROVE STREW.PORTLAND. ME
GEO. L, KIMBALL, OH AS, H. FLIXO,
y JOS. P. BREW. 34wt»
MISCELLANEOUS.
Mail nuRMi
Hulls, Cargoes and Freights,
Made Minding- at this Office In tlio
Phenix Ins. Comp’y, of New York,
AsMe*«, *1.7.*50.000.
Manhattan Ins. Co. of New York,
Assels. ^1,250,000. ,
At the Lowest Rates of First Class Companies !
Losses Promptly Adjusted aud Paid at this Agency,
HULL RfjggECiK
To any amount desired placed in Reliable Offices, for lhe
Voyage or by the Year.
OPEN POLICIES to and from any ports in
the world issued upon the most LIBERAL TERMS.
THIS DEPARTMENT is under the management of
WILLIAM W. COLBY, an experienced Marine Under
writer, who will devote to it his exclusive attention.
Ship Owners and Merchants
Are respectfully invited to call at Oar Office where any
information required will be cheerfully given without
charge as we RECEIVE DAILY REPORTS BY TELE
GRAPH from all parts of the world.
Preference given to vessels using Kitchie’s Liquid Compass.
JOHN 13. »OW & SOW, Agents,
aN Exchange Street.
FIRE RISKS in any amount ialien as usual.
g* It) LET.
Store to Let.
TOE Best store on Congress street, can be bad bv
buying the balance of stock on Land which fs
emaP, lor a fair bonus. For address apply at this
office- Feb. i. d3r
Store to JLett l
No. 11 >*> Fore Street,
In the Granite Bloch betwe ?a .Harkrt and
silver Sit reel*.
Inquire of
W. 1\ PHILLIPS cO CO.
Jan 24-eodtf
Stores to Let.
THREE Br'ck stores, in Merrill* Row, Fore St.
Front two Stories high, Hear: lour Stories.
Brick division walls. Slated roofs. Steam power
convenient. Rent low. Apply to
WM,* if. JEJftUIS,
Jan 27. d3w Real Eilate Agent.
To Let,
THE Second story of the lower rttc.re rn Donnells
new block, opposite Woodman’% corner of Mid
dle and Vine streets. Said room ».■< 100 tcef by 42.
It lias 2u windows in it. voiv wide handsome en
trance on MUldlt st, and is toe Ues* room lor *nv
Jobbing business, to let in the clft. Apply to
W. F.JPHIIdJ PS it Co.
148 Fore Street.
January 24. eodtt
Store to Let.
fTHE New brick Store on Exchange street, being
X the middle store, in the Pieble IViock, and now
occupied bv Shephard & Co. Apply to
N. F, 3>EERING.
January 11. d.Jw
To Let.
A1TENEMENT in Franklin Street, contain lug 7
rooms. Also one ou Lincoln st... containing 8
rooms. Apply to M*,3L LJBBY.
Dec 20. eodtf 83 Franklin St.
To Let.
STORE ill Bond’s Block, ou ExclntUfje street, sec
ond door from Middle st.
Also, Rooms in second story, corrreeof Middle and
Exchange street—also over store No 78 Middle st.,
suitable tor sn!e*-rooms.
Also. Offices in 34 and 4(h &it»rU-e—one of which
has a large sky-light tor Photographic Room.
Apply to \VM. BOYD.
Dec 18-dtt
To Let,
THE Mechanics Library Room, by da y or evening
on very reasonable terms, will * at from 3 to
40ft. Apply to Charles P. Kimtanll or to the
subscriber J..B. THOl'tNDIKE,
Dec. 6. dtf Superintendent.
To Let,
WITH Board, pleasant rooms, at JNo 3ft Dan forth
st. __ oc28dti
To be Let,
THE second and fourth stories of Store No. tiil
Middle Street. Hunkius Block. Apply to
sept23dtt ST. JOHN SMITH.
ToIrON - WO R KERs7eu£
Jl’MT KBCEIVBD, cargo < ( Tiiu;it.
I AND or FOBK£ COAL. This Coal Is
direct from the mfne and delivered on i>oard vessel
without binding on wharf at Georgetown, conse
quently it Is clean and fresh min ad.
AT WHAKB Nl'fiAB I,OAK' egg and
GREEN WOOD stove sizes—lelngh.
Al*o, cargo EOKBEItBV COAL, stove
size-tree burning.
Also, cargo JOIIXM’, stove and egg sizes.
“ “ IIAULEIGII, egg and broken
sizes—lehlgb.
HfThe above named Coals weed no praise.
JAIHEN II. BAKER.
Dee. 9-lsdtt RicharilMN,» Wharf.
Jan V8-du
Gas Fixtures!
fit AXD
. REPLEOTORS
Ot' all kmds.
(raft Pipinij
1>UNT. TO OJIDKR.
J. KINSMAN,
Exchange St.
HOME AGAIN.
M. MCCARTHY
1ms lenmred to the new and elegant store
NO. 101 MIDDLE ST.,
Opposite head ol Plum Sfcree , near Ca^co Bank,
iu Lewis' New Block,
Where he intend* la carry on the
Boot & Shoe Business
IN ALE IT*4 BRANCHES.
Special aitentiou givtn to manufacturing custom
work, and M’Cartby intends to do his own ruttin*?.
and have Ids work made by the best workmen in the
State of Maine. (Jive him a i all and see if he don't
intend to keep bis word.
31. M ’CART \'e Y ,
(La!e of the lirin of M’Cartby & Berry,!
NO. fOI MIDDLE NT., PORTLAND.
January 23. eod3w
Nice Oranges
25 Cents Per Dozen,
-AT
J. I>. Sawyer’s Fruit Store,
11} Gxehaup >t- iy31,Uw
Blank Books
Every Description !
Constantly on llautl.
We make to order, at short notice, any Style
Blauk Book as tor tiie past thirty years.
Carter A Dresser,
5.9 Exchange Street.
Dce28-d&*rtf
Flour and Corn!
1.000 Sack* California Flour from
New W hen l.
I .*400 Barrel* W inonsin Extra.
NOO *< “ Double
Extra*.
400 Barrel* While Wheat Flour.
lOO Barrel* Superfine Flour.
5,000 Bunhela High Mixed Corn.
For sale by
DAVID KKAZFK,
No. SO Commercial Streflt, up stair*.
January 20 d3w
_WJLOTED.
DAA I/" AGENTS WANTED Jo solicit orders
I IV tor DR. WM. SMITH’S DICTION -
ARY OF THE BIBLE. Written by TOoJ tncmosr
distinguished Divine? i:i Europe and A merit a. Il
lustrated with over 125 Sttel a/ul Hoot/ Engrncimjs.
Complete in one Large Octavo Volume. Ret ill Price
$3 50. We employ no General Agents, and t an thus
offer Extra inducements to Agents dealing a rectiy
wii.li us. For full particulars and term?, addicss ih'e
Publishers, d. B. Jil’KU A GO ,
February w4w0 ilartiont, Conn.
Book-Keeper’s Situation Wanted.
\ YOUNG LADY, thoroughly eo:n|ietcnt to k* ep
.CA any set oi Books, would like a situation. Can
furnish unoxecptiaunbl- reference as to character
and ability. Address Box !<J4}$, Portland 1. O.
February 2. dlw
Two IToBiMg Men
CAN 11 ml board in a private lahiity, wiclu one'
minutes walk of fhe Post Ofihc! For turtber
particulars enquire at the Coiyuiu;; Koorn o& the
DAILY PRESS. jsn25ff>t
Who Wants Business?
VJK7E are offering the best inducement-: now tor
! V one smart man rn each town in the United
States to canvass lor us with a new and useful in
vention which is needed in almost every house and
business [dace throughout (he country. Demand
large and steadily jiuTeasiq^. Warranted IK) t ents
profit on every $i received.
Write your name and address plain, giving name
of Town wanted, also name of County and Slate.
Address with three red stamps.
UNION NOVELTY CO..
jan291w West Buxton, Mu.
Book-Keeper Wauted
BY W. w. WU1PPLK & CO., wholesale Drug
gists, 21 Market Square.
Januaiy 29-dtl
Asjcaat* wanted.
\T7E Want first-class Agontx to introduce oar
>V ivew mtak whi ttle * i;\vi;\cs
tl At’ I! IK8. Extraordinary inducements to
good -talesmen. JPurtliec oarticiUnr* ;<ur! Sample
w ork furnished on application t> w. (». WILSON
& CO., Cleveland, Ohio; Boston, Mam.: or St. Louis,
Mo. ja n 2.3.-dJin
W anted J
rpo purchase for iutt cash, a troupe and lot worth
J not, less than $2500 nor more then £3500.
Address. A. C. V., Pros*Office.
BrMlIVKftS CHANCED-WANTED.—a lew
men with from £t(» to £?.0« eash. to engage in
some ot the ltest business chances in this Sta'e, pa\
iug very large profits. Call and see for ytmrselve*.
A. J.COX & CO., General businessAgon's. No.
Congress Street. ian.HHtf
PARTNER WANTED —A smut business man,
with a tew bundled dollars in hand, to taken
; half interest in a good reliable busiue-s, long estab
lished, paying well, and with the bast oi rclerenccs
Apply to A. J. COX A: CO., Real Estate and General
Business Agents, :»ol' Congress St. jandlalw*
Hoarders Wranted.
A FEW Gentlemen boavdeis. ora gentleman and
wile, can he accommodated at No. 20 -"Myrtle St.
November 6. dtf
-—-— ---J—-—.—
LOST AMO POITO.
Picked up Adrift,
ON the 30th inat., a Caulker's Stage. 8 by .3.3 feet.
The ow’ner can have the nme by proving prop
erty and paying charges, on application t»
CtiAS. E. TKEFETHEN.
teblditt* House lslum!.
Lost!
IN This city on Thursday Janaary 30, a Ladies
Rcih-ule, valuable to the owner as a keepsake,
The finder wi 1 be rewarded by leaving It nt tbl
office. feb 1. d3t
Tlie Central Store
IN Mavlcet Squai’o
KtON OF THF.
ORIENTAL TEA CO.,
A First Class Tea Store
Willi a lull line of
Family' (xroeeries
ALL FRESH AND NEW
Ami bought tor oosh with the advantage of recent
decline la prices.
TEAS.
I Oolong, -? - «0. CO, $1.00 $1.10 per pound,
j Japan, (uncolorcd,) 1H), 1 00, 1.10, 1.20 per pound
i Eng. Breakfast, 70, 80, iH), l 00 per pound
“ORIENTAL” 1.30 per pound.
This is a now mixed tea, an.l the strongest, host
and most fragrant in the market.
We select our teas with the utrroftt care, receiving
them direct trom a large importing hoftse, and as we
p»v no commission to brokers, and no prottt?» to
••Middle Men * can luake a •aving cl ten to twenty
cents per pound to the pmflrMfer.
Mf GARSMIl Kinds !
SPICEN
Bought in the berrv, ground to order find warranted
STRICTLY EURE.
x v wv n as i: x.
l'ickles. Ketchups, (Jerkins, Canned Emits*, Soaps,
Tobacco, Buckwheat, Oat Menl. Raisins, Currents.
«C . Ac.
FLOITIf l
Choice Brands St Louis and Western Common,
Extra, and Extra Superior, as low at* the lowest and
delivered.
J. M. FljrtlHMR,
18 Market Square.
Jail 13-ddw
FIGS!"'“FAGS'!
Cheap, Cheap !
^DRUMS OF FtQ&, nal wrt or damaged,
C/ VJ vJreatJi drum w cighlng over
8 lbs.—Onli/ $1. Per Drtrm !
For sale at
ALLEN'S Ell U IT STORE,
No. 11 JUxclnmffe Street.
.lar. 31-<lt\v
Hair Work.
BANDS, CurLg andOrnauicuTJ Hair Work, done
t-i order at No. 8 Congress Place.
Jan 29. «I1hi**
Notice.
AX adjourned meeting «.f the Sloekholdt r? of tl-e
Portland At New Y-n w Sieam*h-p Company, \x ill
beholden at t I>e otliee of the Companf. on Galt's
Wharf, in Portland, ou Thursday, the (Mb ihty of
February next, at l« o'clock A. M.
HENRYJfOX,
Jan29Jtd Clerk and Treasurer,
KNTEETAIN SllStfl'S.
FortUrti&l 'FJtValt'e.'
s’’o. M sh'jn s«.i*»d iouiiurfcvuj) i cjj. If.
. ... KD.MI KD roi IS.
‘>CSU*K^»S ala.S±l*LH.4k c. »‘tLivl7.
Auuouuceiueot Fxtrao; dinar y !
«Krt?R!«r of
EDMUND COLDS I
Aim tue >.iilllttiit Lyric Actro*,
F.i JyIF STOCOUE/; El; !
Fiom I lie New Ymk «»|K*ra Uou-e, w;il u.nkv her
tirst appearauc,. supported b/ the entire Vrvntlb ni
tbo t 'ompany.
ri*tie*DAV, FRIDAY A JiATCIin 1Y,
I Februar/Htli, 7fl» awl fub, fYn* <Yotgeou-« awl l)u/.
i iugSKoiacle, the
BLACK FIEYD!
Pji>iluC,v‘Lv.iUi uU.ibc bt^IUajiyy awl ttUe<'L»r'
Tlio Black Crook I
TheVveiiiuVi* ent’erli»I«*n»ts»** will commence with
a very iuughaok* farce, iri tvjtfcb Kt)MTSD WltlfS
wilt upptar, sitpi’oUtMi by the principle toeuibc/eyt
•bo Fotfipnuyl
1 n fobei *al .VltVftes itfcfceii** *
Ctieat Ixp ctatiors and Nicholas Niok'ebj
Sc A Lit l’LlcLS, i aiurn rto jil oCUiL Jfftfl
SwUWwiih, Cn.Uer-.-a7t«>;.?<r sfl!
Cif" i be Oftlci* win l»- o|m*u ijr the Kale oi rc“*erv
C«I MMtHtk'i’iiitM'Uu in.a mi,g at too uVUk.
* ..pen at f*; to commence al 7; o’clock.
(imnd <*ill ~
Promenade Convert!
-AT MW — —
OITV LI.A.LL!
Tuesday Trenfny, Teh. 4th.
-Tio 14'. liiaju I'lirrc lluiadreci PrcMtala to
hr CSIrfB A wiry,
Aaieoeutlmg to $3400.
The fidtov^mr/ i* a fist <>/ the Property :
1. One Pnrmelec's Potent Seven' Octave Pl
ano Forte, valued at Ou
This piano r .'uubincs mole ouali lie* be*
urngthg to a perfect Planoibanany In
strument heiettrfno ottered to thepnb
lie.
2. One seven years old nay Mare, valued at 423 00
S i^idiOul knij — iitU5 .iiyle—will Unr u
inIM iri three minutes.
3. One seven years old bay Horse. valued at 3u0 uo
Sound,an-L ^ood traveler— and liisi-jate
animnf lor larallv usos.
J.. One Top-Ruggv; latesr sfvlc, Vttffctdf at. 300 00
5. One Jeiin. Lind Carriage, valued at 230 CO
Made by Kimball.
iif Ob-; i’armeke's pneid 3-oeiave I rm
n w. valued at It<> 6<>
7. Hue MK.'VMnnntCd Saddle Harness,
valued ;il Ou oo
f. OncSHver-Mdunti d Saddle Harnoi.%vai
ued at 40 oo
y. Oue spleip^d 200-pleture Album, valued
jfejB ,M’
19. One *»t>!«tiiH«l 200-ple:iffo Album, valued
at - 00
11. One French Album, loO pictures, valued
st'1! (wWWJ^Ii to 00
12 to 21—Ten Albnmc. 10 00
22 to 31—Trtl Alhmus, 5 00
32 to 331— three hundred S1e«?1 Pngt,i\ inga. .'*00 00
Representing ill* lolloVriug men or note—Lincoln,
Grant. Sherman ; nd WClellau.
C_3P“AI1 ot the above named Utricles will be given
aw av without reserve or ftvor.
>**4t m b««, . A
'31 A!fA(URS:
C. It. Phillip*. If<»ta li. Al Ueii*
Klward Kodak I us, 1 bar'vaH* Jcieiu
William IlVPhiJJip.., Ldgu jCSjmbSl.
HIMC VIBM1NUUD
Ticket!? fof Hentleijien itp; Tfckofs for Lnths,
giving each » chance -lor- me ot the pr.-xenf*.
To i*fi Mtotittuod at Paine’* Music Store, NV turner's
Drug Store. Pickett's Drug Store, and ot the jiauag
er • at tl:e door.
Door* open at 7 oVlork; Dancing to commence at
« l/, lock. .j;»ni!:<d7t
u^X# I J, lAt's
The Filth Lecture of the Course will bo delivered in
GITY BALL!
H-i- flUf —
IVK1>A£SUAV IUEMM1, hUR. Mi,
-- BY —
KKVg \V. K • ALiOKK,
OF BOSTON.
Subject—The brfgiu, essence, and luflugjicg. ot
11 f.
Doors open at C o’clock. Alpsi* by Portland gaud
at 6J o’clock, Lecture at 7* o’clock.
Ticket* for the conroe $2; Evening rickets flo coats,
lx- had at the itookttorex and al tlie Door.
February 3. dtd
8 Army and Navy Union.
EIGHTH ESTEETA1HMEHT.
Thuis(by Evening, Feb. Otb,
C I T Y JET ALL.
GRAND
VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL
CONCERT!
- BV THE -
Mendelsshon Quintette Club
OF BOSTON, (NINETEENHI SEASON),
CONSISTING OP
wm. seimTZ,
CARE, J1KISEI,,
T1IO.MAM KV4.\,
EDIV H EIXDI.E,
»H,E FRIES,
Assisted by.tlie tlisliuguisbed and ehniuiUig vocalist,
Miss* Atltlic S. Rynn.
Vff Evening tickets 50 cents. For sale at Paine's
MttsE*Store,Seldotterbeek's.and at the duur.
Doors open at T u'cloek. Concert at 8 b'elock.
February 1. dtd
SECOND
Grand Promenade Concert!
J? . M. B.
THE
Poillsiiid Mechanic Blues Asscria'u
WILL nrVE AXOTHEB GHAND
Promenade Concert!
- AT
CITY ITYLL!
Friilay Evtninft, February 7, 18«8.
Music by lio Pull Portland Band.
CII ANDREW. Prompter.
The proceed* will be devoted to defraying the ex
pense of re-orcranizing and uniibruiing the i4(Jld
Company” fin military duty.
0«)a<3I11'TKJC OF * KKAXOEMKNT* :
T. A. Roberts, Ohas. J. Pennell,
John F. Rand, i has. \\\ Robe rt4*,
•lames T. Itrown, ('has. ll. 'Ilium**,'
•Jam.'g A. Hnoj w, ,1. J. ltoyd.
'1 ickcts, admitting a Centlemnn and Ladies, *1.
to be obtained at the stores of J. J. Bord, Edward
Mason. PsineN Mimic Store, or the Coimitftbe of
Arrangement*, owl at tbo door.
I>»nciug tv> commence ar s o'clock, f fuihini
checked tree *
^REFRESHMENTS will he for sale bv Mrs.
Parting ion in the Senate Chamber. tptrult w
I« IAp jA.*^
lirand Promenade concert!
AT^yEW CITY HAUL, -
Thursday Evening, Ffil*. 13, I 8<»H,
Under the atumoe* ot tin* Irish A met huts JLhltot 1
As.Hoclall. n 'liit* proceeds will he devoted to re- j
plenishing of Library !i>st hr tut* great i.re ot .July
r w. • WJS . m W MM f MW
COMMITTEE MARIAS* UBinatf f M.
luias McCarthy, .Toiin AVnaleti,
ThosPaiker, ii Bure hi 11 i
das MHJflnfW, JounDaflv, ^
dolill M kvtllUV, .John Jfuh-.y.
M H Tedly. *Jas Me Laugh.
P MeUairbrty .Joseph McLnughllu.
R R Daddy. Dennis Warren,
Wm jlelatigb. Wm DeMian,
das E Marshall .lohn WiNsli,
•Jr*s Cunnlnjtbiiu, B Wren,
.fas McLaughlin, Tlios Donahue,
• Jas Bopticy, d W laicv
Bernard Daly, D McFadden,
Chas Mullen', nO'l&ftllv,
il ugh Dolan, .Ji*> VJuimi,
John vrrAlesev, 'ftio* Cfade,
W H Dyer, * dm Bor. v.
Ed warn G6tiTd. J"liiiu7ne,
Andrew McGlIuchy, H .1 McOHnehr,
Thos Ha'•sett, .John Hanimon t,
Hugh Carney. I«v»d ijuaiu.
Edward Bum*, It H Parker.
T1»0» McGowan, Hcn|rj Puvce.
Michael L> neb, Jo l* Cloak\,
Thus Shanahan, Richard Col ilhs.
»\Renr Pout liehau,
i Wm Gitlruarliu. -las Gould, i
W m Fine b. Tim* Gill,
W il Krtlur Daniel Oieen.
•i l aln.ah.ui, Joim liollohau I
D A Meehan, »Tns Oreely,
DO Uiedy, <f II Mnr|hy,
11 O’Connor, Saoinel McMaster-*,
.John Bodkin. HodtrickMcNeal
.1 is Cullnellan, M McDonnM.
Thos McGinn*.*,. Moses McCarthy
Win Causer, B E Mclionough,
ltd Jennings, Frank ftMJragh,
debit Cruuau Andrew McKotiuey,
M t avanaugb. Mathew McKenzie,
d 1* MoOlmchv, Thos Murrv,
Win Kelly. Al Retidou,
Rul»t Dow, Anthony State,
Pei or tailv. *> Thronton,
Thus B-«ke, -J nWcCng
das Carte if. Deeming
P Conway. H. MtGowuu
M McForlau, J H Costello
l.anU y 0‘NenI, P. Plunk.i t
Geo Iwcely, Will McALno,
floor xi.vinr.aa
Tims Pinker. l.has. lMnllon
.111- K Marshull. .1 J S lien Inn
W H liter, U11 i'nrker.'
MU3I0 BY TOLL PORTLAND BAND.
Ticke's for Gentlemen 7) rents; fur Ladlescts.
To l*c ha I ot the C*minutt<«> ot Arrangements and
at Ilio door. Doorsoj.en at 7 o'clock. < :**ne« rt row - I
niMic* ' at ft luck. jV‘fA-Ww i
i*o'‘tlitt!«l OlttiiH company.
THE adiourued meeting of the stockholder# ol the
Portland Bias-* CompiMt **?1 ^ if';* the ,
Work? ou WEDBESBAV. Feb atb, at TP. M
Per order. J« S. PALMER, Clerk.
J'eb&Rd
r ACcizu.V HmLva.
-—
l . yi x A 4*0., A Miiioiirrr»,
OFFICE n EXCTTAVCE STREET.
. Unclaimed Bagsafic at Auction !
ON IVESDAY, February 4th. at 10 o’clock A. M.
:;t Office, Mm ioIIowin# jdtfcelf ofauciatuied. bag
S»#e from BinJatai Sfaiioti ol the lirnuii Trunk
tt:iila&» viz.
1 Vail*-. aarWF. Brahop, lb»*foii.
i * h* t - »tu\ it.a. Led A. lieu J, Call tan.
1 I't iiiK. tu irked .T tiiic# McMctey. f
1 Cu-M-l Trunk, nuirk.d M. K, H.
I Black Trunk, nuiih. t w A. C.
1 Black Trunk; tnvrktrl Stephen Major,
t Bed i» \ ma* ked Stephen Major.
1 Sailors* rhe'u. c>rii'ahilu# papers inldieeafd Mil.
K. Bierce.
1 Sujlo. L’Jefit, containin'* paper* a*hlio-»ed M.
Bead.
1 Back Truiih, coy lain ink } Up ere u«Uka*4vd M
Hnl^kii».
I DealOti'-c no mark.
I Lifil»t cMort d Trunk, no mark.
1 O t. .. .*
1 *»<» park.
1 n.tlc „„ 5uj[rk.
u BUok Trunk* ii44 mark.
i? vUr?M llu‘,k*-*w urutk.
II \ a !.$:>, n > luaik.
7 Ue»l Boxes, no ui n-fc.
" Cnriet Bags, uo mark,
February I. dtd
Iloi-w s, Carriage*, Jfcc., at AtusUof
BV+TKt Sill'KRAV.u llojurtcA. *.,WM
lo!’1 "Oil MU
tJarm^Cf, IIan*ezi*es, Ac.
AH F. O. B.UI.EY, Amtiunwr.
<*• l». t»N(iOO|> * KOI.
A T' C T I O N K K H 8 ,
Muwlry »nM«, Ua.l.n.
ITtOVI.AR -rtJr.01 TR-v Moot!,. V nlen. Clottl.
4> Ii i. Furni'bimf Goods. Boot* and shoe*, ever
Tt'£*J>AY ami MiUMY riming the Imalne^a ana.
»uu«
Liberal Advances Ob consignments.
iV.-emlMM JU. dtfVtil
O. W. HOLMES.
A IT 0 T I 0 N EEtf
OOO Congress Street. «.>
aE'St.1.^ lifan t Viii.l nt pruy.su, tu thsOityor fi
riitlty, ] umtpily utLaudeii to nil tin must ntVuKHZ
Utrtmi. OHuOwU. ill
TO llOliVKKftffiP
GOVERNMENT BONDS
AM. OlkilK
Securities and Valuables.
TDK «ii
Union £afc Deposit Yanks, *
4*1- 110,1 it N
*OB TBK
DEPOSIT OF VALUABLES
U - A*l> TDK M i
liE XT119G OF HA FEB,
Union Building-, 40 State 9t
HliNJUi' Lilli, JliUiutfer.
UEO.C. lXE,Sub-Manai<*.
M \Vn,r.,AM *!i»nr, j*.. * a .. , .
FlIAXCW V.Bal. b, ’} Solicitor*.
Office llonn from W A. 91. to :t P. 9t.
LEE, nrCGLs.SOM & Co,, uflor tor rent, (ibe leu.
ore exdbfirotT lioMInj the Hej'j Sale- iu,IJ„ tbak
Vault.,, at rule-varying trom s» to #100 each, par
annum, according to -iae ao<l location.
Thuy will alee ru-ei'/e onsp-■ jaiilfpooit, :u burlces.
(be -.curltu*.- of pcreous iesidiua abroad, or out of
tbectty; iho.e femporitrify from home; Office** St'
ibo Army and Karr; .Master* eiVtuoein, and others,
and wfUact a- attorunya In the colieetlon and rd*
lulttauce ulibA-aie, When desired, upou the lollowing
TERfflSi
For a year or lefts period
GovornmeiiJ ami uO oilier Coui'OnSi
curdies, or those tramrer<ibtt 1$ .
<f*Fk.\P7/>>nclud Bg Bunk BiU>. > -*LuO per frlQW
Government aiKYaflother Securltka,
nof /ran*ftrabte hy detirrrt/, . . 0.50 per lpOfl
Gold Coin or Bullion, . . . . , 1.25 per 1W»
Silv« s Coin.A'r Bullion,. 5* 00 per 1U0W
Silver or Geld Plate, umltr sitil, on
owner’s jailmate *>r lull valsie. ana
rat*- subject fo adjustment tor 04
b«ik, on a na»ii < f. *2.W per 10D
JHatl^Alortgaim*, \uiuaMe Paper* generally,when
of no lixed \ uTue, $1.00 a Year aark, or according
to bulk.
Collection Mai H^mlttanee of Tn*ore*t or Dividends,
1 iw v cent, on tbe tuoonnt collected.
NO CHARGE LESS fFIAN ONE DOLLAR.
Oulj tlie IRauagti- er ^eb-Ylaaa|er an.
ibarltccal tonigu Ocpeiit fttccipla.
Tetter* and applicatioiiB ehontd be addrMMKl to -t»
J:tiu 1C. lt$p. dti* HL-NUY LEE, Manager.
> ul:?s > "
FOE CLOAKS
.UAHKJZD DOW2f
20 per rent. Below the Actual Cost,
- AX - V’" '*■ l \+n*
A. Q. LEACH'S
Great Closing Out Sale
on
Winter Dry Goods,
!Slx SJL Middle St.
Jyu&fliw ,
HEW F I G HI
IS Cent» Per JPonnd.
ft a. 8awy«fs Pvnlt Sturt*
| .Ian ****** "T*
A New Base lor Artificial Teeth!
The preparation oi Rubber now
*n*e<t My demists for setting Artificial
Ueth t* prepared by melting together
ewe bound of Rubber, one-half pound
- —— - flwlrhnr, and onopoond and four onne
fcs of Yerui^lfii. <#'1* Yerfi^iau is »bat gives to tbe
Rubber Ifs red or gum-ltte appearance.
TMn uewpreimratfou rtmfnfns no Sulphur what
ever, aud only six ounces of tbe cmorlirg matter to
onerpound of Rubber, therefore It Is as pure as Rub
ber eau be usesl M h set * firtUnim Teeth ou*
being also srwtugw tl»<rri We WlcAWte, fu£platcsaan
there lore be made very lMwh thinner.
. me. .toHxsay, vxmist, «j
llai-Ucu to tile iuvi'utor JJr. Nenburjli,oi New
Yoffr, Anithna feecAveil a’l th« nivcxancy in.tiucUiMi
ax to tlie m inner at jnrtting m> ArliUi til Teeth on It.
Its ran now he thund at liia ofllee,
NO. 13 l'B£K »T.; POBTUNB, ■&>
uA«i mWE***?™
Fit Artificial Teeth
ou tVii. n.w i*oaar»llo». Ant fctait rtntee antr/v>t to
fit better amt laxt l.-neyr limn ae(x titteii ou the r*t
fco«em ^tw«, Saro jjen ftaatAljn the Aa-clBm
oi thwnewnmi.-nmfilchtte hae Atetftlie nsnneAt
lorlUttl ItubUi- amt lie hax authorised Dr. tTohnxali
to r.'i niaBHewHee **IA vetoed neetoao te aitv Deal
er in ihe State ql Maine. . _ r T
Wli J. *111 lak© this beAmion say. £br%f ^
While in New York, lie spent much of his time urtth
tbe (’bauipit»n * filer of Teeth of the United States,
Dr. Atkinson, tYorawbqpi &<■ WcqHetl at me valuable
intbrmaii on, whirl! ThdSr who calf on him to haV©
c"Z2StM'\ -dmll have the bci^etjbafc .
Hard Times !
I^TEKY ONE says 44 il Is hard times,** and wtet
J everybody »-ay* must be true.
tLWtLL A UU1LRB
have MARKED DOWN their entire stock o»
HOOTS Jfc SIIOKS,
hUO, a»v now oltyug tlicui at hard times trices. All
l>er*t>n» who bebe\e ii is hard dines,mid wish to pm
chase g&MiityeUtWiingi’'. are particularly invited to
calLat No, 11 Murktl Shuars, nearly oppos te
Cui e-L{stale© Hotel,
♦ $. li—Custom Work anil Heps ring done as welt
and as low as at any place in Portland.
February l. du
jPotifeid k Kennebec Railroad Co.
rii 11 ?uaPaiEliTINli ol tlio StockhoHata ot
X the Portland <Sl Kennebec Railroad Comnsny
I will be holdihik© Vir ian Voomut the Hmrfotnj
| Depot, on
?I outlay, Iks I Oik Hoy ©f February next*
. at I 14 o'clock P.N ,
* 101 the following pafnoau^ namely 4
i—To chons' a rTuqjnau ami Secretary.
-.—Tn War the Reports oT the Directors aud Treat- A
umTaud ait thurcoa.
To choose n Board of Director* for the cunning
ytar.
4—Xu tjrstihict r.ivch other buriAtfss as may proper
ly be srr^a on.
J. S. ClTSHlXfl, Secretary.
L Augu-ta, Jaa. jan»1dtd
. Motlc& p
rpHt Ad>,iu: uici tint ut Hi. l’oiHand I'niou Batl
1 M>*i Kil l Ilu i, Huy L-iuil Co.. Will be hold at
t'a. ofllee ui 11. J. l iybj-«: On-, e >
Uh Tuctwlny Ihi* -Illt.iU) •!' Jibiuui., nl
o’clock 1*. .B.
I , - i\# t. i ' ' th 1 ; 1 fur the i-nsuiug \ fiu an i
I i.tr »uch other hualneas a* wiav lenally conie before
".V .. 7?. m N. W1NSI’.0\V, Clerk.
Naxm ej)t boodw" *
djy» liereninlUr niontlone-l for i.olntiomof the Rev
Fcnue Laws: TUH't It «Mji>r • .
Nov. t’, 1807. at antiraiwrs lbH>m>. 1J bo«®t*
l»ru,|f^; Not. t?. i*ti7, on Fore 8i. 4 <•%**!» Gfe>; -■
r*0V. -«»«!«*, ou board .steamer CarloiU, 4boftlK
Jsraii ly ; TV!-. •_'* Is*i7, ou board Steamer CbtM. 5
i bottles \\ bisky ; Dei'. J,< is07, at Cape Elizabeib, 1
l.bb Wo];»meil; .Jan. 10,1st*. on board Stea» *
CjlrlbfT.-i, o Tor ties liraiidv; .fan. II, on Com
meicial St.. 1 bbl. WUUky; Jan. *0. It**, on board
! brlst Lena Xhurlow, 1 Key Tamarinds.
Any pers ar '*r i^rsons ebdinimr tlie sam.* are re
M 'I' stod io ap|«- r ml make ► ii. b claim grftinu tweaty
niiy* tVom me datoTiercof, otherwise the said good*
will be disposed «»t* ‘•lfT' r'^rT '*{'.** UraAeLu of Con*
<:reHH in such cases biane ailo provided.
1SILUX ttAallliCiCs, Jb .
Collector.
1‘i^lUioi, J*u. el, ii>u.V dJwitiw
C»m» I Corns!
< l R41IVJJ i t Com*. HmtlaiM.
lMjir»wln« .>ails. I'ro.i.d Feel. Ac..
Miri am all other remedies. No more rafa from
Corn’' i no more sleepless uiyhtg from Uunioiitt; no
more limping ft<«* Inurosrmc Nail*. Briwr** f^rn
f'lV „ II?* ^ or burn, but soothes, sottt n* and
> I*45’*'”4 #11 PC‘lal .'llnunfs. Sold bv iJrutfwrisH and sent
*rt4 v Xni fl5 f: ^ 5ab_
PorU :
cn BAR.lklxRCMP PultK ami PItr»Ttmrtf.,,
-|«JVa i umi uvi'i.e.l :,nd»!»r«.lM>»
” . CHASE HBO'I'hBKrf;
j iIU’k-.iiI i\v C ml Lour Wtart,

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