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MONDAY MORNING, AUG. 1», 1873. bepvblican komiSatioas, FOR PRESIDENT, ULYSSES S. GRANT. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, HENRY WILSON. STATE NOMINATIONS. FOR govhrkou, SIDNEY PERHAM. FOR FRBSITIBNTIAL HLBCTORS At Large-SAMUEL E. SPRING, of Port Lend. ALEX AN DBR CAMPBELL, of Cherryfeld. First Dittriot—JAMES H. McMULLAN. Second District—JOHN H. KIMBALL, of Bath. Third District—JAMES BRSKINE, of Bristol. Fourth District—MOBDECAI MITCHELL. Fifth District- WILLIAM McGIL VBH T. FOR RBPB1MBNTATIVBS TO COXOBBM. First District-JOHN U. BURLEIGH. Second District—WILLIAM P. IRYB. Third Dittriot—JAMBS G. BLAINE. Fourth District—SAMUEL F. HERSK Y. Fifth Dittriot—EUGENE HALM. Republican Meeting*. Hon. J. H. Ela will speak at North Bf.rwicl, Monday evening, August 19th. Berwick, Tuesday evening, “ 20th. Lebanon Centbe, Wednesday ove’ng, “ 21st. Spiungvale, Thursday evening, “ 22d. Kennebcnkpobt, Friday eveuing, “ 23<1. Hon. J. H. Warwick, of New York, will speak at Stroudwater Village Monday evening, August 19th. Cape Elizabeth Town House, “ 20th. Freeport, August 21st. Hon. Sidnet Perham will spook at Capo Eliza both Town House August 20th. Freeport, August 21st. Which Party is Guilty? Both parties in North Carolina continue tc vociferate loudly that frauds were committed at the late election in that State, each accus ing the other of being in the wrong. There is little difference, so far as an impartial spec tator can observe, in the earnestness and ap parent honesty with which the charges ar< made by the partlzans of the two sides to lh< controversy. We are reduced, therefore, tc an examination of what we know of the character and previou* history of the mem hers of the two parties, as a means of deter mining which is really guilty. We hoid that these four notorious facts, which are not any where denied, show conclusively that there is an antecedent probability in favor of the hy pothesis that the Democrats are the wrong Wrst, The Democrats, with the utmost de liberation and with an unmistakable intent tc defraud, sent returns from the election be fort anybody had heard one wqjd from the dis tricts which gave the pretended large Demo cratic gains. The Republicans, on the othei hand, waited in good faith till actual return! were received before making any return; whatever. It is not difficult to see wlic showed the most principle here. Second, The Democrats of the North Car olina Legislature gerrymandered the State in the most atrocious manner so as to concen trate the Republican majorities in such a waj as to make the decided^Republican prepon derance unavailable, thus giving to the reac tionary party a majority in the next Legisla ture. No corresponding offense is charged on the Republicans. Third, We have so reliable an authority as Judge Settle for the statement that many Re publican voters were deterred from going to the polls by intimidation, aud that by such means the result in many places was mate rially changed. The Republicans are nol charged with any violence. Fourth, Heretofore the Democracy have been the party of fraud, and have in every State opposed registration laws and all other means of preventing frauds. Mr. Greeley has often commented on this Democratic tenden cy, and remarked in the Tribune that the elec toral vote ofNew York was given to Seymoui instead of to Grant by frauds sufficient to “fill fifty State prisons.” What State elections have the Republicans ever carried by fraud ? The Democratic allegation that the Repub licans have committed frauds are supported, on the othgr hand, only by the most general allegations, and there relate mostly to mere matters of informality. The probabili ty, therefore, is clearly that the more daring aud extensive outrages on the ballotrbox have been committed by the defeated party. Coming Back. A gentleman, well known in this city, walked into our office on Saturday and said he had for a month been talking favorably to Greeley but seeing the Greeley Reception in this city had concluded “that it wouldn’t do.” “For,” says he, “these Democrats would vote for me or for John Brown’s bones or anything else which would give thtm a chance to get power; and I don’t feel like giving them a • lift.” _ Mb. Greeley will make an admirable Presi dent to reform the Civil Service. Years ago C. Vanderbilt, Jr., borrowed $15,000 of Mr. Greeley which Vanderbilt, Sr, refused to pay, so Mr. Greeley quartered the young man on Mr. Bailey, Mr. Greeley’s defaulting ap pointee to a Collectorship of the Internal Revenue, drawing Vanderbilt’s pay in liqui dation of the debt. When A. T. Stewart was appointed Secretary of the Treasury, Mr. Greeley recommended this young Van derbilt, still his debtor, as a suitable man for the Assessorship of a Revenue district of New York, This is a rare method of reforming the Civil Service. another real retormer tells us lie was so disgusted with the Greeley show in this city that he shall now vote for Grant. When Mr. Greeley made his speech he promised nothing looking to any reform. Standing between two leading Democrats he bid for their rates, practically saying: “Help me raise my bam and you shall hare a good share of the rum.” The Biddeford Daily Evening Times is one of the most racy, sparkling and readable journals in the country. It is fulfilling its proposition not to be a partisan paper in a manner worthy of imitation by several other “non-partisan” papers of our acquaintance. It has its little laugh to be sure at the ludicrous points pre sented by both political parties, but it makes fun impartially for the abstract loro of fun. Its aecount of Horace’s passage through Saco and Biddeford is the wittiest commentary on the perigrinatory and peripatetic Presidential phil osopher which has been given anywhere since the bland and baby-faced- but blasphemous old buffer began his great Chappaquacking tour in search of votes. Political Notes. A grand Republican Mass Meeting is to be held in Houlton next Thursday which will be addressed by Senator Hamlin and others. The Grant and Wilson Club of Bangor will attend. The fare for the round trip from Bangor is $3. The Journal says that on Thursday eve ning Co. B. (165 mfembers) of Tanners was organized in Auburn. The officers are as fol lows:—Geo. D. Field, Captain, F. J.Bonncy, 1st Lieutenant, S. B. Day, 2nd Lieut., Frank Martin, Orderly. This company with Co. A. makes about 300 Tanners in Auburn. The company will be uniformed. The Waterville Mail says that a zeal jus advocate of Greeley who lately visited in Wa tcrville, frankly stated as a reason for his choice of candidate, that he has a hundred thousand dollars in Confederate bonds, which he captured during the war. and which he thinks will become valuable if Greeley is elected. Republican excursions pay railroad compa nies. We understand the Maine Central netted $2000 by the Bangor excursion trains. Hon, John A. Bingham is doing yeoman service in our State. From ail the places where he has spoken we hear of the best re sults. In Bath a life long Republican who had come out for Greeley and wnose place of business had become a rendezvous of the Greeleyites was convinced of the error of his way. The next day when the crowd came about he said: “Gentlemen the books are closed; I’m for Grant.” The Biddeford Journal hears that Greeley Republicans are au Impossible quantity In Eliot despite the reports, but anti Greeley Democrats can l>c found in wry fair numbers. A. T. Stewart, in a letter to a prominent official, pnstively denies that. lie. lias contrib uted a single cent, or that he intends to aid in any manner the Greeley movement. A leading Democrat in Hancock County writes a friend in this city that there are two hundred Democrats in one large town who will not vote for Mr. Pike. They demand a straight-out, dyed-in-the-wool Democrat. Thirty-three persons, nearly all from differ ent States, stopped at the Tip-Top House, Mount Washington, on Thursday night, and a canvass of their political predictions re sulted as follows: Grant 22; Greeley 7; un decided, 4.____ Letting Down Easy.—The N. Y. ller ald, next to the Tribune, the strongest (tree, ley organ in the country, says of the Philo sopher’s Portland speech: Altogether the speech is a neat,shrewd little affair, and will not harm the Liberal candi date if it does not do him a very great amount of service. A Countryman Sees Horace. * * • * ‘ risum teneatii, amici?"—Horace. How the exhibition of Horace Greeley in his uniform strikes the average bucolic mind is shown in the following notes of a chance correspondent: SkowiiEGAN, Aug. 16, 1872. BU8TICU8 BETS OUT. Mb. Editor,—The Tribune was the first paper I ever read, and when its editor was put in nomination for the Presidency I did not hesitate to give my support to the man I so much admired. And when it was an nounced that he would be at Augusta on Thursday I was in a perfect fever of excite ment till I at length beheld him in the flesh. What a sensatiou it gave me—the sight of the features that 1 first saw delineated in a carica ture more than TWENTY YEARS AGO. The picture was in an old illustrated Brother Jonathan. Horace Greeley and James Gor don Bennett, both at that time traveling in Europe, were represented as meeting casually and rushing into each others arms in trans ports of affected delight. .The former is ac coutered in the old white hat, tilted back at a monstrous angle, while the old white coat streams back in the wind as he rushes to his (Bennett’s) arms. I remember that the letter press was something like this: Bennett.—My dear Greeley, how do you do? How happy I am to meet you! (Aside—Confound the fool, how comes he blundering around here like a vagrant soarecrow!) Greeley.—My dear Bennett this is the hap Siest moment of my life! (Aside—Hang the —d scoundrel, I wish he was in Halifax!) And her* he was, the hero of ten thousand caricatures!—here he was with the eager, peering, childish face,' so often described, and with the fringe ot white hair and the classic vestment made so familiar by Nast! A niflKI UJUD MA.'I as ever was seen. A tired, fat, flabby, old man, too, as if he were a lineal descendant of Horatius Flaccus of our school days, his name having got corrupted in process of time into Flaccid Horace. But I must say that the hero of my youthful imagination keeps B^D COMPANY. What does he with the old pro-slavery Bradburys, with the Bices and the Kimballs, and the Pillsburys of Kingfiqld ? Bless me! what a crowd of red-nosed Democrats, as full of disloyal venom as ever in their private conversations, are these who cheer him so vociferously! How gracious, how apologetic, how cringing to them is our stout old Horace, who used to lash them so vigorously when all their talk was of hanging him instead of mak ing him President 1 How sorry he is that he ever smote them,and how fullof tenders of full indemnity for their wounded sensibilities are all his speeches! “Make me President and PH do you good” is ever on the lips of this great Chappaquack 1 Hang me, if I will vote, after all, for this soaper of rebels, this traitor to principle, this restorer of the Bourbons! I can but notice that nearly all our reputable soldiers keep aloof from him. Nearly all our tried and trusted leaders in Maine politics will none of him. I cannot think that Hannibal Hamlin, Lot M. Morrill, John Lynch, Win. P. Frye, James G. Blaine, John A. Peters, Eugene Hale, Sidney Perham, Anson P. Morrill, Israel Washburn, S. E. Spring, Jo siah II. Drummond, Thomas B. Reed, Nelson Dingley, Jr., Joshua Nyc, Abner Coburn, Gens. Connor, Fessenden, Plaisted, Beal, Mattocks, Roberts, and a hundred other good and true men arc wrong, while Carleton, Lang, Lebroke, Knight and the other disap pointed office-seekers are right? I shall YOtc for Grant! AN INCIDENT. Not more than half the men who went to see Mr. Greeley at Augusta will vote for him in November. A little incident which oc curred on the excursion train from up river shows how la: gely mere curiosity and the cheap fare was the motive that impelled the attendance of a large crowd. A resolute looking, middle-aged man, with a black hat, stood on the platform as the train entered Augusta and was addressed by a friend in the street with, “Why don’t you take off that black . hat and put on a white one ?” “Be cause,” he shouted back, “I am not that kiud of a man. I lost three sons in the war and I never want to lose any more. I can’t trust the white hat party!” Johnny- Appleseed. Mechanic Falls. Mechanic Falls, Aug. 16,1672. To the Editor of the Press: Noticing the glowing accounts in the Argus of “Duels Horace’s” reception at the station on the Grand Trunk Railway from Gorham to Portland, I was surprised to note tho doubtless unintentional (?) erroneous accsunt of their re porter at South Paris and Mechanic Falls. The fasts are thess—which may ho interesting to your readers. At South Paris, upon the arrival of the Greeley train, the Democratic spokes man called for three cheers for their candidate, which were given. Thereupon a young Repub lican standing by remarked—loud enough to be heard—that “hs should like to hear the Grant cheers from this crowd.” This elicited from the spokesman a sneering assent to the young man to call for said cheers, and Wm. Shurtleff, esq., immediately jumped upon the stand and called for three cheers for President D. S. Grant, and a rousing three responded, drowning the echo of tho former shout, and the train moved away. At Mechanic Falls the reporter must have strained his imagination, for there was no demonstration whatever from the assembled crowd, neither cheer nor greeting; in fact there were not a dozen at ths station who intend vot ing for Mr. Greeley. A STRAW. A personal canvass of the paper mills of Messrs. A. C. Dennison & Co., to-day—among all their workmen—representing the greater portion of the laboring men of this village, pro duced the following result, which may be de pended upoa: 09 favored the re-election of Pres ident Grant and would sustain him. In this number are four who have always until now been straight Democrats; 9 who will support Greeley—not a single Liberal Republican, 7 straight Democrats who will not vote for Gree ley nor any other than a purely Democratic ticket, and 7 Democrats undecided; a total of 91; showing over three-fourths sure for Grant, and the other fourth scattered. R. Martha’s Grove Camp Meeting. . FBrDAT—FOURTH DAT. A large number of people left the encamp ment between 2 and 3 o'clock, while Rev. 8. F. Wetherbee of Saoo was preafliing. But not with standing the unfavorable weather, a good au dience remained to hear him. This evening a meeting for young people was held in the Sac carappa tent. Much more genuine religious feeling was manifested in it than in any other meeting I have attended. It was entirely free from those features which, to people unaccus tomed to the peculiarities of the Methodists, seem objectionable. Several unconverted per sons became seriously interested both in this tent and in other parts of the camp. In the Saccarappa tent a number of children wers powerfully affected by the exercises, and somo of them gave expression to their feelings. Per haps the most efficient person in this meeting was a lady who took a special interest in the children and did much to encourage them. An attempt was made to light the fires this evening, but the rain prevented. SATURDAY—FIFTH DAY. Eleven o’clock—I have a bit of news for you this time—it rains. The condition of many persons in the grove might be expressed by the words of the Psalmist a little altered: Rivers of waters run down my—back. The Saco is very much swollen and is rising rapidly. The bridge erected for the accommodation of peo ple living on the west side of the river is among the things that were. One is repaid for coming to the grove in the rain, if he hears nothing but i these sweet songs. Rev. Mr. Woodbury of i North Gorham, preached this morning in the i Chestnut street tent. Rev. Mr. Hannaburgh i contributed to the interest of the meeting, i This gentleman’s manner is peculiarly winning. The same may be said of Rev. Mr. Luce. i Two o’clock—The children are having a 1 meeting in the Saccarappa tent. It is man aged by the lady (Mrs. Fellows) who did such i good service last evening. She is widely known and respected for her learning and ability. Sev- < eral children have been converted. 1 A business meeting of the Association was 1 held between one and two o’clock. i We welcome the sun (tueo more Ho has been shining gloriously ever since noon. At hstlf-paot two the Presiding Elder coaxed liisstbeep and lambs up to tbu stand, Rev. Mr. Wight of Cornish preached. The camp meeting will close Monday tnoru in«: _-M— . Flag Raising at West Gbay.—On Satur day evening last, the patriotic citizens of West Gray,who believe in iutiusting the government for the next four years to the care of the party through whose means the “Old Flag” was pre served, unshorn of a single star, had an enthu siastic time on the occasion of throwing to the breeze a beautiful campaign banner, bearing the names of “Grant and Wilson.” The gath ering was a large one for the locality, and con sidering the unfavorable state of the weather during the day, there bring nearly five liuud dred persons who participated in the ceremonies} The Hag was unfurled at the signal of the first gun of a “color salute,” fired under the direc tion of Mr. H. H. Winslow of the “Portland Republican Light Artillery,” and the salute was followed by stirring music by the Wind ham Band and patriotic songs from a wagon load of beautiful young ladies from Gray Cor ner, whose presence contributed much to the pleasure of the occasion. A meeting in tho hall was then'ailed to order by Isaas Bag nell, Esq. Col. Win. Silla was called to pre side, and a stirring address was given by Hon. W. H. Vinton, and received with frequent ap plause. The music in the hall was conducted by Miss Bridges of Boston, and Capt. Doughty of Gray. The citizens of Gray “mean busi ness,” and will give a good account of them selves on election day by a majority for the Republican candidates. Veritas. A Reformer Exposed.—Another of the influential reformers, whose righteous souls are so vexed with the corruptions of the adminis tration that they are driven to Greeley for re lief, has occasion to defend himself, if he can, from charges more damaging and much better sustained by evidence than the strongest of those brought against the President. Ex-Sen ator Doolittle of Wisconsin is the person re ferred to. The charges against him are set forth in an article in the New York Times of Thursday. They are in substance that one Conatty,who had been for a year or two a clerk in the treasury department, but was obliged to resign on account of failing health, obtained in lSf>4, through the influenoe of Mr. Doolittle, then Senator, and others, a permit from the President to trade in cotton in Louisiana and the neighboring States. Senator Doolittle, on being informed that Conatty had obtained the permit, congratulated him and appointed a pri vate interview, in which lie suggested that, as Conatty would have great opjiortunities for making money, he could afford to be a little generous. That gentleman, not suspecting that a Senator would openly ask a price for liis influence, at first failed to comprehend this hint, and requested further explanation, when Mr. Doolittle plainly asked for a share of tho profits of tho cotton trade, and handed Conatty a letter which he said he had just “scribbled off,” purporting to be addressed by Conatty to Doolittle, and another, apparently an answer from Doolittle to Conatty. The first was to be ter to be retained. Mr. Conatty, though as tounded and perplexed, did as he was request ed, and afterwards received other letters from Doolittle designed to aid him in his specula tions. The letters in the handwriting of Sena tor Doolittle are in the possession of the editor of the Time*, and were published in that paper with an aftdivit of Conatty asserting their gen uineness, and telling their history substantially as given above. Tragedy on the Border.—A sad tragedy occurred at Forest City, near the town of Vanceboro, on Wednesday, the 14th inst. It seems that Mr. Kirby, formerly foreman of Shaw’s tannery at Vanceboro, had been re moved to Forest City to supervise the work at , the tannery there. Ill feeling grew up between the new foreman and the men, which lately be came quite serious, and at last broke out in a fight, which proved fatal for the assailant. Monday moaning one of tho crew, by the name of Thompson, got ugly drunk, and during the whole forenoon’s work at the tannery used gross and insulting language towards Kirby. At last Thompson showed fight and attempted to draw Kirby into a brawl, hut the latter kept out of his way as much as possible. Coming to close quarters Thompson assaulted Kirby with a heavy club. Kirby then, in self-defence, picked up a stick and struck liis assailant over the head, knocking him down and fracturing his skull, which rendered him insensible for some time. The injured man was taken to the house and lingered in a critical state until Wednesday, when lie died. Kirby immediately after the affair on Monday left for Vanceboro, probably fearing that the men might take rc - vengc upon him. lie has since been put under $500 bonds to appear at the next term of the Criminal Court. The general feeling seems to lie that Kirby was justified in killing his brutal adversary. The affair has created profound ex citement at Vanceboro, and is the theme of an imated discussion. Mr. Hall at Vinalhaven.—The Republi cans of Vinalhaven had a grand rally last Wed nesday evening. The crowd present could not get into the church, and was organized in the open air. One of the largest flags in the coun ty was unfurled to the breeze on the occasion. The meeting was presided over by David Vinal, Ksq., and was addressed by Judge Scofield of Penn., Hon. Eugene Hale, S. L. Milliken and T R. Simon ton, Esq. The Republicans are wide awake and have hoisted three large Grant and Wilson flags. Large accessions have becu made to tho Republicans of Vinalhaven, among them Moses Webster, Esq., one of tho firm of Boilwell, Webster & Co., who ia 1858 represented that town in the Legislature. On his arrival at Carver’s harbor, Mr. Hale was warmly received by the fire compauy and a large number of the citizens, accompanied by the brass band, and was escorted to the Roberts House. The band in the ovening with the club of. '‘Tanners” serenaded Mr. Hale and were briefly addressed by him.—[Camden Ilerald. Tub Wandering Jew—A Plaintive Ap peal for Rest.—While '“the great and good Horace Greeley” was on his way to partake of clams at Rye Beach on Friday, he was assailed by a delegation of Southerners who demanded a S[>eech, whereupon Mr. Greeley stepped upon the piazza of the Farragut House aud made the following plaintive appeal for rest: “I wish, ladies and gentlemen, it were true that I had laid aside all my cares and duties for a brief sojourn at this pleasant re-ting-placo. 1 should he verv grateful if circumstances en abled me to do as you are doing, and as tho yearnings of advancieg years seem to require that I should do. I wish I could rest at the seashore as you are now doing. Even to-day, while I linger here, I have duties undone that ought not to be neglected. I did hope that this summer would bring to me what no Presiden tial summer ever yet brought. I hoped that in stead of an increase of labors the present sum mer would witness a diminution of them. In giving up journalism I find that other and more pressing duties compel me to go here and there. To tell the truth, I have no relaxation, no rest. It has been said by a greater man than I that we have all eternity to rest in, and I will go on with what seems incumbent on me, hoping anil expecting no rest just at present. As 1 am only here for an hour of case and friendly greeting, 1 now cease from taxing your patience further.” The Maine Central Railroad.—Tbe re ceipts of the Maine Central Railroad Company foi the first six months exceed those of any cor responding six mouths since the existence of the corporation by $104,000; passenger receipts for July were $15,000 larger than July of last year, which was considered an unprecedented month, which is a practical commentary on the efficiency of the management of Superin tendent Lunt. The interest of both, the pub lic and the stockholders of the road make it highly desirable that he should consent to re. main in charge. It is much to be hoped that he may be induced to withdraw his resigna tion. It is a curious fact, that the six hundred men who are employed in cutting granite, at Dix Island, for the New York postoffice, cannot prepare material fast enough for the two men who are employed to set the blocks. Each block of granite is cut, trimmed, faced, and ac curately numbered according to the working plans. When it arrives at the site of the build ing, only two men are required to set it, aided as they are by steam hoisting apparatus. Every stone is made to fit exactly in the space intended for it. So accurate are the plans of the supervising architect, that it is stated that the superintendent of the postoffice building has only been obliged to order one stoue during the entire work thus far, and the foreman at Dix Island insists that (he missing one was scut, but lost in transportation. A few days since one of our candidates re ceived a letter from a man of this county say ing ha had composed some poetry about him, that he thought was very severe on the candi date, but if he would send him some money, he would sell him a copyright to his poetry.—[Ar 'jus. Yes, and the fun of the thing is that the po etry was offered for sale and the black-mail at tempted by a fellow Democrat, who has always been and is always bound to be a Democrat. News and Other Items. Reconciliation—To join with your enemies md make enemies of youi friends. Mr. H. II. Forbes, of Boston, offers a reward ’or the return of his son, recently kidnapped by in Englishman who had been in his employ. A man with good clothes on, a set of gold tuds and a diamond pin, was one of the appli ants at the Providence central station Tuesday light. With all those outside evidences of coin ortable circumstances he had but eleven cents n money. Arthur Stevens is performing a voyage from Gloucester, Mass., to New York in a dory called ho Red, White and Blue. He depends entire y upon his oars for motive power, and expects o accomplish the distance in twenty-two days. Rear Admiral l’eunock will be relieved of the ommand of the Portsmouth Navy Yard on he 5th of October, with orders to proceed to lan Francisco by the 15th of that month to as umc command of the North Pacific station. «. STATE NEWS, androscougtn tinuvrv. Twenty dollars aud a gold watch were Htoleu from Mr. Dresser's house in Auburn on Wed nesday. The thief is still at large. The vane on the new City Building at Lewis ton is in place, aud is 206 feet from the ground. Entry and house thieves arc raiding about Lewiston. A reform club was organized at Mechanic Falls a few evenings since with L. L. Brown and Charles Tobie as temporary president aud secretary. Some 23 signed the pledge—mostly youug men. AROOSTOOK COUNTY. The North Star says a short time since, Mr. Hugh Alexander, while falling trees in Wes ton, met with an accident by which his leg was badly broken. He is now doing well. The North Star tells of an old man 80 years old, who was married a few weeks ago at French ville to a woman 81 years old. They lived to § ether ten days, when the man got sick of his argain and sent her home. OXFORD COUNTY. The News states that E. M. Smith of Den mark, has commenced netting pidgeons again this season, and anticipate^ a good catch. He generally takes some two hundred to four hun dred dozen a year. The Oxford County Teachers’ Convention will he held at South Paris, August 26th, and will continue five days, under the instruction of Prof. Jonathan Tenney and Mrs. Anna Ran dall Diehl, Tho capital stock ($100,000) of Tho Norway National Bank is all paid in, the last instal ment of bonds purchased, aud $72,000 in bills of the bank are in circulation. The Advertiser says that A. G. Cliarles of Norway met with a severe accident Friday by which one of his hands was badly cut by a splitting machine in Horne’s tannery. The Norway Paper Manufacturing Compauy are making 100 pounds of paper per hour, or 2400 per doy. Mr. Joseph Churchill of Norway has a fine orchard of 1500 trees. Jeinmie Tree of Norway, six years of age, was rescued from drowning Friday by Stevie Cummings, a lad only nine years old, who bravely plunged into tho water, and dragged tho drowning boy out. FBNOBSCOT OOUKTT. During tho heavy shower Thursday evening a heavy clap of thunder frightened a horso which Mr. Foster Palmer, of Bangor, was driv ing, and the animal sprang so quickly to one side of tho street that Mrs.. Palmer, who was riding with her liusbaud, was thrown from the carriage and her left arm badly fractured. Two boys, brothers, named Frank aud Alvin Knowlen, were at work together peeling bark in the woods in Holden, last Tuesday, when the latter struck the log they were peeling, with his axe, not noticing that the other’s hand lay upon it. The result was that Frank lost the two middle fingers of his left baud and had the forefinger badly cut. ■ A meeting of the friends of the Penobscot Central railroad will bo held at Kenduskeag Village on Wednesday tha 21st inst. at ten of the clock in the forenoon. The night train on the E. & N. A. Railway will commence running between Bangor and St. John to-night. A portrait of Mr. Greeley has been hung in the State library of Virginia. MARRIED. In Saco, Aug. 10, Augustus Adams, of Winchester, and Mrs. Mary J. Owen, of Saco. In Monmouth. July 14, William McDonald and Nettie E. Beale, both of Lewiston. In Litchfield, July 27, Chas. M. Sloman and Clara O. Turner. DIED. In this city, Aug. 17, at the residence of her son in-law, Jeremiah Floyd, Mrs. Rebecca Haskell, aged 01 years 9 months 6 days. In this city. Aug. 17, Wilford S., youngest child of J. W. and Addie Leavitt, aged 11 months. (Funeral services this (Monday) afternoon at 3 o'clock, at No. 136 Brackett street. miniature Almanac.AngaM 10. Sun rises.5.12 ( Moon rises. 7.55 PM Sun sets.6.54 | High water.11.30 AM NLARUNTE NEWS. PORT OF PORTLAND, Saturday, Aug 17. ARRIVED. Steamer Dirigo, Johnson, Now York — passengers and mdse to Henry Fox. Steamer New York, Winchester, St John, NB, via Eastport for Boston. Brig Torrent, Tibbetts, Baltimore—coal to order. Vessel to J S Winslow & Co. Brig Mary C Rosevelt, Pung, Baltimore—coal to Rolling Mills. Vessel to Chas H Chase & Co. Sch H E Sampson, Daris, Port Royal, SC—hard pine to Richardson & Cross. Sch E E Sthnpson, Bunker, Beaufort, SC—hard pine to Richardson & Cross. Sch Windward, Ellis, Georgetown, DC—coal to W E Dennison. Sch Mol lie Porter, Megathlin, Philadelphia-coal to W E Dennison. Sch Georgia, Parker, Elizabetbport—coal to Chas Staples & Son. Sch May Flower, Green, Boston. Sch Jennie C Russ. Conary, Ellsworth. Sch Mina Boyd, Littlejohn, Rockland. Sell Governor, Stinson. Calais for Beverly. Sch Canton. Rankin, Bangor for Boston. Sch Jas Nelson, Bradshaw. Bath for Havorhill. CLEARED. Steamer Glendon, Sadler, St John, NB—John Port eons. Sch Mary A Ivos, Cole, Richmond, Va—J Nicker son. Sch Lookout, Johnson. Boston—Bunker Bros. Sch Eagle, Seavey, Kennebec River, to load for Philadelphia—J Nickerson. Sunday, Aug 18. ARRIVED. Brig Branch, (Br) Wyman, Havana—368 hhds42 tes molasses, to Geo S Hunt. Brig Prentiss Hobbs, (of Bangor) Dodge, Matanzas 19 days—121 hhds sugar. 208 hlids 36 ten molasses, to order. Vessel to C H Chase & Co. Brig Francis Lewey, Lewey, New Orleans 25th and SW Pass 26th ult, with corn. Brig Frank Clark. Morton, Philadelphia—coal to Randall, McAllister & Co. Brig Eudoi us, Farr, Philadelphia-caal to S Rounds & Son. Sch Frank & Nellie, Gregory, Philadelphia—coal to Portland Co. Sch Ianthc, Johns, Gouldsboro—canned lobsters to Burnham & Merrill. Sch Medora, Varaum, Boothbay. (from oub correspondent.1 KENNEBUNKPORT, Aug 17—Launched, by Capt Nathl L Thompson, a medium sharp ship of about 1600 tons, built on contract for Thayer & Lincoln, of Boston; rates Al* eleven years. No uame or master assigned. Capt Thompson, in addition to two schooners, now in lrame, will raise immediately one first class ship, and one or more schooners. David Clark, and Crawford & Ward, are each building two large centre-tboard schooners. MEMORANDA. Barque Penang, Patten, at Melbourne from Boston reports lupin" encountered a gale April 24, lat 36 30 S Ion 49 14 E, which raged with great violence for forty eight hours; stove bulwarks, split sails, &c. Ship Gold Hunter, from Philadelphia for San Fran cisco, went ashore on Thursday night near Green wich Point, Del, but it was thought she would come off next day. DOMESTIC PORTS. SAN FRANCISCO—Ar 8th, Bhip Prima Donna. Lunt, Newcastle, NSW. Ar 16th. ship Enos Soule, Soule. New York. SAVANNAH—Ar 12th, sell Village Belle, Rowe, Inagua. DARIEN—Cld loth, sch Matthew Kinney, Barter, New York. Oarrie Melvin, Andrews, Boston. WILMINGTON—Cld 11th, sch Mary Clark, Perry, New York. CITY POINT—Below 13th, barque Don Justo, Ben nett, from Cardiff. uGEORGETOWN. DC—Ar 14th, sch Wm Boardman, Hilliard, New York. £,?r1i&.™?,red Walton, for Portland. BALTIMORE—Ar 15tli, schs W F Green, Hum 5: E Pcoker, Amesbury, New York. Cld 15th, brie Harrv Stewart, Weeks, Pernambuco; schs Charlotte Pish, Williams, Boston; Julia A Rich, Shea, Saco. _ Sid 5th, brig Loch Lomond, for Portland. Ar Darcjue Sarah B Hale, White, Sagua. Ar 16tli, barque Celeste Clark, Foster, Boston; brig Amy A Lane, Carver. Leghorn; Alice Tarlton, Con nor, Fernandina. NEW YORK—Ar 15th, ship Frank N Thavcr, Kca zer. Calcutta; brigs I Howland, Freeman, Demarara 18 days; Mattano. White, Arccibo 18 days; David Owen, Dun ton, Cardenas 12 davs; John Weeley, Ford, Cardenas 11 days ; Nellie Husteed, Malonov, 20 da7*; schs Fred Smith, Smith, Sava mlla 21 days; Harriet Brewster, Squires, Humacoa; Ospray, Crowley, St John, NB; G P West, Wood, Brunswick; MV Rover, Brown, Charleston; John A Griffin, Foster, Wilmington; H Prescott, Mcrriman, New Bedford for Port Johnson; Marv Tice. Dunham, do for do; Mary Louisa, Sanborn, Calais. Ar 16th, ship Lancaster, Bartlett, Liverpool; bark Arietta, Matthews.Pensacola 10 days; schs Northern Light, Cole, Crab Island, PR, 12 days; Altavela, Joy, Jacksonville 10 days; Grace B West, Wood, Bruns wick, Ga; L Warren, Roberts, Georgetown, SC; Liz zie Florence, Lippencott, Portland; Alaska, Strout, do 6 days; Koret, Munson, Richmond; Para, Brown, Machias. Ar 17th, barque Bounding Billow, Reynolds, from Malaga. * Cld 15th, brigs Charlotte, Whitt emoro, Caibarien; Sarah & Emma, Craig. Galveston; Eva N Johnson, 1 Johnson, Alicante; sch Carrio, (Br) Bunnell. Port- ! land and St John, NB. Passed through Hell Gate 15th. schs T Bcnodict 4 Crockett, Woodbridgc for Portland; Quoddy Fan- * nmg. New York for Boston; Fannie & Edith, ftyder. 1 Hoboken for do; Andrew Peters, Hopkins, do for do ! Castillian, Bellatv, Elizabethan for do; A Jameson, 1 Iveene, Rondout tor do. STONINGTON—Ar 14tli, sch Lucy Ames, Bishop, Baltimore. 1 ’ o —Ar 15th, brig Abbott Lawrence, Swift, Baltimore. Ar 16th, sch Ida S Burgess, Cottrell, Savaunah. 1 Sid 15th, sell S part cl, Smith, New York. , NEWPORT—In port 15th, sch Harry Percy, Percv, 1 Augusta; Amelia. Kelley. Portland Tor New York; 1 Mary Langdon, Bennett, Rockland for do; Grecian Mitchell, Pawtucket for do; Winslow Morse, Oliver’ 1 Fall River for do. VINEYARD HAVEN—Ar 15th, brig Mary C Rose- * velt. Pung, Baltimore for-; sells Harriet Baker, ( Webber, Baltimore for Portland; Memento, Nicker son, Augusta for Bridgeport; Earl, Cunningham, fm ^ Belfast Tor New York; Daylight, Newman, Bath for * do; E Waterman, from Machias for do; Wm Canes 1 Kelley, Portland for do; Alarm, Thompson, Machihs I for do; Empire, Ferguson. Bangor for Rondout; Bil low, Ames, Rockland for Norfolk. a Ar 16th, schs Julia Elizabeth, Gray, Providence for Calais; WH Sargent, Sargent, Calais for New Ha ven. NEW BEDFORD—Sid 16th, barque J P Allen Al len, Portland. ’ BOSTON—Ar 16th, brig Emily, Eldirdge, Mansa nilla; sclis Lookout, Nichols, Alexandria; Decora ■ Clark, Port Johnson. * Cld 16th, sch Lau a, (Br) Foster. Portland. r> Ar 17th, ship Elcatio, Brown, Singapore; barque ^ Mendota, Perry, Lingan, CB ; brigs Valencia Small, Trinidad; Mary C Haskell. Haskell, Pensa cola; Abby Watson, Hoof»er, Philadelphia ; schs Lo- t ■cl ta Fish, Thompson, Alexandria; Frank Jameson 1 Jaincson, Georgetown; Starlight, Jones, Philadel phia; Boston, Small, Glen Cove; Valparaiso, Wall VIt Desert. Cld 17tli, schs Olive, Reynolds, Addison; Fannie H Ducklin, Rocklin, Kennebec, to load for Washington Ifl GLOUCESTER—Ar 15th, sch Belle, Dunton, West port for New York. NEWBURYPORT-Ar 16th, schs L Holway. Bry- )y int. and Com Kearney. Metcalf, Hobukeu; Mail _ dulloch, Norwood, Philadelphia. Sid 16th, sch S L Burns, Crosby, Calais. I - | FOREIGN PORTS. | Ar at Barrow, E, 10th inst, ship St Louis. Pierce diramichi, NB. ’ ' n . -■ -. —~ -- -• ■ ■ — ■ -— ‘° "* ^ Uurr At Naguttbo t*Ii 1st taut, sdi Ifoftliern Light, Cute, for Now York ‘J days. Sid fin Arroyo 5th lust, sell Keokuk, Gates, ?f«*r New York. Ar at. Havana 11th lust, barque Tremont, Small. St John. NB. At Ponce 3d inst, hrfir Tilicr, Keating, for Portland next day; I) B Doane, Vcazie, ding; sell Nellie, Or cutt. tor New York, Idg. Cld at Pictou Hlli inst, brig Mansou, Gilkey, Bos ton; 9th, Maggie. Strum, Portland. Ar at St John, NB, 15tli Inst, sell Eliza B Beard, Lewis, Portland. ^4Jkl 16th, ships Coronet, Bryan, for Liverpool; Ben nington, Peterson, Liverpool. [Latest by European steamers.] Sid fm Liverjiool 3d inst, Reunion, Curtis, New Orleans. •Sid fin Manila June 12, Garibaldi, Bowden, lor New Y ork. Ar at Singapore June 24, Golden State. Delano, fin Samarang ; 25tli. Golden Fleece, Bray, Bombay; Daniel Draper, Clark, Bombay. Ar at Marseilles 2d inst, Alaska. Porter, New York. Ar at Cadiz 29th ult, Carrie E Lonk, Park, from New York. Ar at Malaga 31st ult, L F Munson, Munson, from New York. Ar at Havre 3d inst, St Mark, Cook. Guanapc. Passed Gibraltar Straits 29th, F B Fay, Durham, from Leghorn for Boston. Cld at Liverpool 5th inst, Northampton, McLoon, Bath. Oft Bcachy Head 4th, David Brown, Niehols, from Cobija for Leith. Ar at Cardift 5th, Caroline Lnmont, Bowker, Wat erford. Cld at Newcastle 5th, St Lueic, Scribner, San Fran cisco. Ar at Manila Juno 17. Itaska, Rush, Yokohama. Ar at Gottenburg 29th ult, Vesuvius, Curtis, from Cronstadt. Sid 26th, Jona Chase, Chase, United States. Sid finl Flushing 2d inst, Trausit, Percy, Cardiff; Moonlight, Nichols, Montevideo. Ar at Sydney, NSW, May 29. St John, Chapman, San Francisco; June 6, Annie Fish, Y'ates, from New York. Ar at Queenstown 6th, Ernestine, Blanchard Ma tanzas. Ar at Deal 3d inst, Albion, Simmons, Portland. Passed Falmouth 4th,Pleiades,Ballard, rom Ham burg for Cardiff. Ar at Greenock 3d inst, Oneida, Mitchell, Montreal; 4th, Chas Forbes, Swett, Matanzas. SPOKEN. July 9. lat 31 N, Ion 46 W, ship Tennyson, from Boston for Madras. June 24, no lat, &c, barque Archer, from Portland for Montevideo. Aug 14. lat —, Ion 72 12, barque Esther, from Ham burg for New Haven. Aug 12, lat 33 50, Ion 74 30, barque Jasper, from Savanuah for Porto Rico. Aug 10, lat 3110, Ion 70 24, ship Elcano, from Sin gapore for Boston. Aug 12, lat 42 30, Ion Cl 37, barque Wallace, from London for New York. Aug 13, lat 35, Ion 74 13, sch Geo Washington, from New York for Nassau, NP. Aug 13, lat 35 56, Ion 74 24, brig Sarah Gilmore, fm New York for Galveston. Aug 15, off Viueyard-llaven, 6ch Wm H Rowe, from Saco for New York. SPECIAL NOTICES. HEADQUARTERS Bosworth Post, No. 2, Dep’tof Maine, Gr. A. R. ucnerai Uruer No. 2. Poitxland, August 19,1872. I. All comrades of this Post, and others who de sign to participate in the Kc-union of the Depart ment of Maine, Grand Army of the Republic, will meet at the Grand Army Hall on Wednesday, Aug. 21st, at precisely 9 o’clock A. M. II. Comrades unprovided with uniforms will re port to Quartermaster Wm. II. Sargent, who *ill supply them as far as possible. To enable the Q. M. to do this, comrades owning uniforms, and prevented by business engagements or otherwise, from parading with the Post,are requested to send their uniforms to the hall, on or before Tuesday evening, August 20tli, to be loaned for the occasion to those requiring them. III. Tickets (92.00 each) admitting bearer to ail the festivities of the day and evening, can now be obtained from either of the following Committee: W. H. Green, Post Commander; Goo. 11. Abbott, W. 11. Pennell, W. H. Sargent, fGeo. L. Beal, T. A. Rob berts, I. W. Starbird, G. O. Bailey, and H. P. In galls, They will also be for sale at the hall on tlic morning of the Re-union. IV. All honorably discharged soldiers or sailsrs of the late war, residing in Portland or vicinity, are cordially invited to uuite with Post Bosworth on this occasion, and mingle again with their old comrades in-arms. The cost of tickets is so low that it is hoped many soldiers who are not meml>ers of the Older will avail themselves of this opportunity of re-uniting with old friends who have shared with them the hardships and perils of the march, the bivouac, and the battle field. By command of WILLIAM H. GREEN. Post Commander. Henry C. Houston, Post Adjutaut. G. A. R, ENTERTAINMENTS AT CITY HALL, Wednesday Evening, Aug. 31st. Citizen’s Tickets for the Camp-Fire and Promenade Concert can be obtained of the Committee of Ar rangements, and at the door. As the number is lim ited, persons desiring tickets should apply at once. Ticket admitting gentleman and ladies, $1.00. Aug 19-sntd First Maine Cavalry, Attention. The Officers and Men of the 1st Maine Cavalry ami 1st D. C. Cavalry are inuited to meet Gen. J. P. Cil loy and other officers at the rooms of the G. A. R., this evening, at 7J o’clock, to arrange preliminaries fbr a ro-nnion. August 19, 1872. Wholesale ^Business For Sale. A UOOD business man wanting to engage in an old established wholesale business, can learn of one of the best opportunities, by enquiring of JOHN C. PROCTER, aul0d2wsn_ 93 Exchange st. AND TEN PE It CENT. INVESTMENTS: Kansan Registered Municipal Ronds. Principal ami int. paid by tho Stato, in New York City. E.rsale by Cnas. Dwight, (Agent for Western Bond Board, Kansas City) No. 76 State si., Boston. myl8Bn3in d*w w21 Sclilotterbeck’s Moth & Freckle Lotion ! A fafe and suro remedy for removing Tan, Pimples. Moth Blotches, Freckles und Eruptions from the skin rendering it soft ami frtBh,and imparting t# it a man blk purity. Price 50 cents per liott.c. Prepared by A. O. MCHI.OTTKRBECK A CO., Apothecaries and Chemists, Portland, Me. For sale by all Druggists. nsyltsn tf DR. HAM’S “AROMATIC 1NYIU0RAT0R.” Should at tins season of the year he taken freely by those afflicted with DYSPEX’SIA and LIVER COMPLAINT. Its action is immediate, and per manent. If your Liver is torpid, inactive, if you have tho Heartburn, Nervous headache, Colic pains, Prostratiom of apirita, Distress of stomach after eat ing, Poor appetite, or ills arising from the Kidney complaint, get a bottle of “DR. HAM’S AROMAT IC INVTGOKATOR,’* (and use tho contents) and you will not regret, as thousands are testifying to day. It ia also A Cupp fer INTEMPERANEE. Look out for tile couKTEttPBiTa. See that the TRXDR-MARK is on the label. lySeliing at all Drug Stores. 3 Jy27dAwlm s.v If jou want n nice Photograph or Tin Type, go to A M. McKenny,’s 161 Middle Street. He warrants them as good as can be made in Port and. ag5-eodtf*n A Book for Every Man. The “SCIENCE OF LIFE, or SELF-PRESERVA TION,’* a Medical Treatise an the Cause and Curo of Exhausted Vitality, Premature Decline in Man, Ner vous and Physical Debility,Hypochondria, Impotency, Spermatorrnoea or Seminal Weakness, and all other diseases arising from the errors ef yeuth or the in discretions er excesses of mature years. This is in deed a book for every man. Thousands hare been taught by this work the true way to health and hap piness. It is the cheapest and best medical work 5ver published, ami the only ene on this class of ills ' worth reading. 160th edition, revised, much en- < larged, illustrated, bound in beautiful Freneh cloth. Price only $1. Sent by mail post-paid on receipt «f [nice. Address PEABODY MEDICAL INSTI rUTE, No. 4 Bulfinch Street, Boston, Mass., er Dr. VV. H. PARKER, Assistant Physician. N. B. The luthor may be consulted on the above as well as all liseases requiring skill and bxpbairncb. _ ** jnar25-dly PORTLAND OBSERVATORY. NO STRANGER should leave the city without 'lilting the Observatory, Munjoy’s Hill. From the ! ’u|m)1i, 227 feet above the sea, may he seen the on- 5 Ire eity, the ocean to the horizon, CASCO BAY.with a te 365 lilaudx. the WHITE MOUNTAINS, 80 niilee t lie taut, and with the t>owerfnl TELESCOPE mount d in the Cupola, ohjecii 38 miles diltant in every di ection may be distinctly seen. The views here are aid to be unsurpassed for beauty and variety by any n the World. Congress Street Car passes every 15 minutes. July 4-sn tf | CF“ST. JOSEPH & DENVER CITY „ tAILOAD COMPANY. EXECUTIVE OFFICE, 1 io. 31 Nassau Street,(New York, August 1st, 1S»2. ho Coupons and Registered Interest, due August 5th, 1872, on the First Mortgage Eight per Cent. (8 2 er cent.) Gold Bonds of the St. Joseph and Denver ", ity Railroad Company, BOTH EASTERN AND t( WESTERN DIVISION, will be paid at the office o te Farmers’ Loan and Truat Company of the City of cw York, upon presentation and demand, on and Iter that date free of tax. i FRANCIS A. COFFIN, Tv au5-(I2w_Asst. Treasurer. 81 IXL & UnXLd FIREWORKS! OR THE HOI.ITK AI, CAMPAIGN. tubs and Individuals supplied with Rockets, Can- ^ dies, Bengolas, Ac., Ac., for processions or meetings Torches, Chincso Lanterns in every style, Flags, ransparcncies, Ac., Art., for the Campaign. m CUTTER, HYDE Ac C<5. 12 CHAUNCY STREET, BOSTON, SOLIS HAXtrACTUHEItS OK larebnll’a Patent Illumiunting (’audio- ~ stick for Illuminating Windows. The best ever made. I 16-2m Send for Price List. f IA1NOS. “WEBER” and other emi- “ IA1NOS. nent makers, IAIVOS. Sold by ED. B. ROBINSON, T 3 Cahoon Block, apposite City nail, \ ylT AT RKUUCtD PRICES %vm\j SPECIAL NOTICES. - n f » KENNjgfeVNK ( AI»IP MECTIWi will i- nniuoiicr Aug. \5t»fli, and close Aug..*lf M The usunl arrangements are made for board and refreshments. Prices of tmard for the week, $1.00 per day; for i ne lay, $1,25; single meals: Dinner 05 cts., Breakfast or Yea. 50 cts. Lumber, Nails, Straw, Kerosene oil, Groceries and Provisions may be hail of the committee who will be >n the grounds from Aug. 23d, till tlrn dose of the meeting. The Boarding tent will be in operation from Sat urday. Aug 24th, till close; also aceomnddatioiis for ill Horses that may come. All trains on the P. S. & P. R. B. except i lie Pullman express, will stop at the camp ground dur ing,lhe week. Reduced fares the same as last year. A.F. WORMWOOD, Snpt. of Camp Ground. _ aul7-l0-20 #*n *. BONDS! STATE OF MAINE...... (i>« PORTLAND. BELFAST. O’. CHICAGO. 7’. COOK COl’NTV.,. 7’ MAINE CENTRAL R R. Consoli dated,. 7’s LEEDS A FARMINGTON R R. 6's NORTHERN PACIFIC R. R. 7-HO ECROPEANAN.au. R. R , Gold «’• CHICAGO, DANVILLE A VIN CENNES R. R. Gold. 7'n CENTRAL IOWA R. R. Gold. 7’s ATCHISON, TOPEKA A S. F. Gsld 7’s FOR SALK BT SWAN & BARRETT, Bankers and Brokers. IOO MIDDLE STREET. MAINE CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY CONSOLIDATED LOAN. Expressly Authorised by the Legislature. The Main* Central Railroad Company now offers for sale a limit ad amouat of Us Seven Per Cent. Con- , selidated Bonds. Said Bonds have forty ysars to run a.;d are, by sxoress authority of the Legislature of Maine, secured by a joint and several mortgage on the Railroads, franchises au<l all the property, real and personal, of the following united Railroads, to wit:— The IVKaine Central, Portland Sc Kruur bcc, Noairrsct & Kennebec, Anilro* Mcoggiu Sc Iiced* Sc Farming ton Railroads. The security is ample. No better or safer invest ment for trust funds can be made. They are of the denominations of $100,’ $500, $1000 and $5000, registered and coupon, with interest pay able semi-annually in Boston. * PRICE, PAR AND INTEREST. FOB SALB BT J. R. BROWN Sc SO!¥M, Portland. SWAN Sc BARRETT, Portland. II. M. PAYSON, Portland. BREWSTER, SWEET Sc CO., Ronton. J un26-sn-3m MW & S J. B. BROWN & SONS, BANKERS, PORTLAND, MAIN E. i tua nuuar, is esiaonsucu ror me transaction 01 a General Banking Business. DEPOSITS received subject to check at sight. In terest at the rate of Four j*er cent, per annum allow ed on all Dally Balances. Accounts rendered and in crcst credited monthly. CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT issue i bearing in terest as by agreemo and available at. maturity in Portland, Boston or New York. COLLECTIONS of Notes, Drafts, Coupons, and Dividends made in all parts of tbe United States and Canada. DEALERS in Government and other Iurcstmont Securities and in Gold and Silvor Coin. STERLING BILLS drawn on Englnml, Scotland and Ireland. Sight lrafts on Paris, Berlin and other European cities, Mi utreal, St. John and Halifax. Gold and Currency Drafts on Boston and Now York. APPROVED Commercial Bills purchased. FACILITIES aftorded for the transaction of the Special as well as the General Business of correspon dents. Agent* for the wnlc of the Bonds of the Portland & Ogdcnsbiirg R R jn3 s MAW BUTTER! BUTTER ! 1 CHOICE VERMONT BETTER, JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY J. S. CROCKETT, jyI7-sn tf 85 Commercial Si. CAMP MEETING. The Meeting at “Martha’s Grove,” Fryeburg, will commence on Tuesday, Aug 131h, and continue over the following Sabbatli. Tickets can be procured at tho Station of the Port land & Ogdensburg Railroad. Fare from Portland to Fryeburg and return, $1.55. Trains leave Portland at 7 30 A. M, 1 15 and 5 30 P. M, and Fryeburg at 6 30 A. M, 12 50 and 4 55 P. M. Transportation from Depot to Camp Ground aud return, including baggage, 25 eta* Ample arrangements have been niado for board for all who may desire it at reasonable rates. Portland, Aug 8, 1872. au8dtl7 JAMES CUNNINGHAM, MASON <fc HUILDKR, SO PREBLE STREET, All orders for jobbing and building promptly at tend to. jun5 sntf HEAD THIS. Nothing has ever been prepared equal to tho fore going for Cholera Morbus, Dysentery, Diar rhoea, Ac. The BEST ARTICLE ever offered to the public for the certain dure of the above disease, is MASON’S CHOLERA MIXTURE. You need not sutler ten minutes. Price 50 cents. Prepared and sold only by EDWARD MASON. Apothecary, Middle street, Portland. au7sutf On Marriage. Ilnppy Relief for IToubbs ITleii from the effects »f errors and abuses m early lire. Manhood restored. Nervous debility cured. Impediments to marriage removed. New method*! treatment. New and re markable remedies. Books and Circulars free, in sealed envelopes. Address HOWARD ASSOCIA riON, No. 2 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. incbl6dan3m As the season for Bowel Complaints, such as Diar rhea, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, Colic, «&c., is at liand, we would again give our good advice, act wise ly, and lay in a store of Dr. Bickncll's Syrup. For die reason, that it is safe and reliable, at all times, rery pleasant, containing;, no opiate, and does uot produce Costiveness. Fail not to try it. jun28sn d3m SKIN DISEASES. PERRY’S IMPROVED COMEDONEand PIMPLE REMEDY.—The Skin Medicine of the Age. Is war anted tocure Flesh Worms, Pimples, Eruptions md Blotched disfigurations of the face. Sold by all Druggists. Depot 40 Bond st., New York. For Moth Pntchra, Freckles, md TAN, use PERRY'S MOTH AND FRECKLE LOTION. The well known reliable and harmless •emedy for Brown Discolorations of the face. Pre ttied only by Dr. B. C. Perry, Dermatologist, 49 Lloud St., Now York. Sold by Druggist everwhere inchlfi MW&S sn&w-Cm wl2 BANK OF PORTLAND. On, ami after this date, the un Jersigned will carry >n a strictly Banking business, at tlie Banking looms now oecupied by the Second National Bank, n Portland, Maine, under the style of the “BANK )F PORTLAND” ami as such, will receive Deposits md make Discounts, in the regular course of the tanking Business. W. N. GOOLD. Portland, June 24th, 1872. jnn23newlt then sn tf STEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Notice of Copartnership IUIE undersigned have this day formed a conart uershm under the name and style of A. T. IOSES A CO., for the purpose of carrying on the tove and Tin business, in all its various branches, nd have taken the store 12C Eichange St., opposite tie Printers’ Exchange. A. T. MOSES, Aug. 1st, 1872. H. S. THRASHER. auI9 eod 3w Found. >N the road between Freeport ami Brunswick a Gentleman’s purse. The owner can have the same, by proving property nd paying charges. Call at 25 Commercial Street ortlaml. augl9 3t-* For Sale, or Exchange . A NEW HOUSE in the westerly part of the city, A containing 10 good sized rooms. Lot contains er 5000 ffset. will exchange for a small farm wirh a few miles of Portland, or sell on verv favorable rius. Apply to W. H. JEltlilS. augl0-2w* Lost. I T Evergreen Landing Friday, Aug 16th, a Chased V Gobi Sleeve Button with the letter H. old En ish engraved on it. The finder will be liberally re irdcd by leaving it at this Office or wifh tlie Sub riber at Yarmouth. GAD HITCHCOCK. aul9-lw * Wanted. LBOY about 16 years old to learn the Dry Goods Jobbing Business. Apply to augl9-tf WOODMAN, TRUE, & CO. ] I. O. O. F. ] IONTHLY MEETING of the Odd Fellows’ Mu i tual Relief Association will be held at Odd Fel vs" Hall, Tuesday Evening, August 20, at 74 c’clack Per order. H. C. BARNES, Sec’v 1 Portland, Aug IS, 1872. ’jJ® y’ 1 Wanted. BURNISHED ROOMS suitable eillicr for bouse keeping or for lodging only, kddress P. O. Box 1733. aulSd2t j Furnished Rooms to Let, 5 ITITH or without board, in tho immediate vicini- 3 T ,ty of the City Building. Ipply at Proas Office. aulsdtf NEW ADVERTISEMENTS C^ollcctor’s Notice. CITY OF POUTLAKD. 1V0TK K‘s hcrVhy pV'Ti that State, County aucl t ^ *• J .r'ax.LM ,,u' >ei,r *871, were, on the tirst ilay ot SeptoiulH-r, l«71, legally assessed by the Aswt* sors ol tlie Cily ot.Portlaml, on the following dcacril* eu ucal Estate. situated iu said Cite belonging to proprietors roil lent therein, in the sums herein ro s|»eelively set against each parcel or parcels of saiil Real Estate; and Tax Lists with a warrant lor the collection of tlie same on said first day ot September. 1871, were duly issued and delivered by said Asses sors to Husky W. Hkbuev , Treasurer and Collector of Taxes of Said City for the year aforesaid; and nine months have elapsed from tho date of said assessment and the taxes hereinafter named remain uupaid. Names. Description of property. Vat. Tax. Abbott, Richard, house and land 5 Me chanic street, $1,700 $12 50 Adie, Marv K., house and laud 2 Park place * 1,700 12 50 Allen, Mrs. Lydia IL, building and land cor. Salem ami Walnut streets, 1,$00 25 00 Armstrong, Margaret «T. e»t. of, house and land, 24 Cedar street, 2,200 55 00 Austin, Thirza, house and land Long Island, 300 7 50 Averill, Charles, house and land 55 York street, 2,100 52 50 Baker, John, heirs of, hturc and land 455 Congress street, 3,200 80 00 Baldwin, William, buildings and land Pleasant st. 8,000 200 00 small building on leased land foot Park st, 300 7 50 Barker, Peter, land Long Island, 100 2 50 Barr, Ceo H, house and land 40 Wator ville st, 2,000 50 00 Bennett, Andrew, building on land leas ed of Beering 29 Salem st. 400 10 00 Black, Josiah, house and laud 12 La fayette st, 1,300 32 50 t-10 land, Turner st with Dyer, 500 12 50 Bond, Sami, house and land Walnut Lane, 1,000 25 00 land Bond st. 3$0 7 50 Brad>y, James, house and land 186 Congress st, 4,400 110 00 land near Munro© place, 300 7 50 Bmgdon, Samuel 11, house and land Quincy st, 1,800 45 00 Brown, Daniel A, buildings and land S side Turner st, 600 15 00 Brown, James T, house and land, cor Portland and Lowell sts, 1,000 25 00 Call, Jcruslia FMrs, house on leased land Fort Sumner, 200 5 00 Cameron, Alexander, house an leased land, 147 Oxford st, l,2ft» 30 00 Canty, Ellen, boose and land Smith st, tOO 20 #0 Chaffin, Mary C, house and land Emery •t, _ $,500 87 50 Chase, Granville M, 1-2 land Congress, n.ar Alms House st, 5U» 12 50 Chase, Mar; P, house and laud 1M Slat. It, g 500 212 50 Chick, Geo, house and land Walnut st Ward 1. 700 17 50 Clark, Elliott F. bousi s and land cor Portland an l Green sts, ,> ^|7.0o0 10 J 03 Clary, John, heirs of, building on land leased of Ladrig.in. Danforth st, 800 20 00 Colby, Albert W, house and land Vaughan st, 700 17 50 Cole, I^orcuzo D, buildings and laud N cor Oxford and Franklin sts, . 1.700 42 50 house and land 53 Oxford st, 1,000 25 00 house and land Heath st, 800 20 00 house and land 47 Oxford st, 1,000 25 00 house and land 51 Oxford st, 1.600 40 00 house and land 36 Frankliu st, 3,000 75 00 laud and building Heath st, + 400 lo 00 buildings and land S cor Oxford and Franklin sts. 4,600 115 00 Coley, Eunice, heirs of, house and land 5 Cotton st, 1,000 25 00 Corliss, Albert G, house and land 14 Hanover st, 1.000 40 00 Crain, John C, land Munroe st, 30$ 7 50 Crosby, Patrick, house and land rear 47 Washington st, 300 7 50 Cushing, Benjamin, smoko house, on leasoa land foot Franklin st, 200 5 00 Cushing, Geo M, house on leased land Long Is and, 290 5 00 Cusic, George, house and land, Green leaf st, 900 22 50 Daily, John, house on leased land, Fort Sumner 200 5 00 Hampshire st, 2,000 50,00 Decban, John, heirs of, house and land 45 York st, 2,200 55 00 Dennison, John, house on leased land 40 Cumberland st, 400 10 00 Desmond, Daniel, hou^o and land 84 Newbury st, 700 17 50 Donohue, Patrick, house on leased land SW of Observatory, 200 5 00 Dooley. Sarah, heirs of, four houses and land Washington st, 3,800 9.1 00 shop on leased land Fore st, G00 15 00 Dorsey, John, house and land Long Island, 200 5 00 Doughty, Joshua, house and land Long Island, 200 5 00 Doughty, Reuben, house and land Long Island, 400 10 00 Doyle. Thomas, 1-2 house and land 82 Newbury st, 900 22 50 Drew, Gamaliel S, house and land 19 Clark st, GOO 15 00 Drinkwater, David, heirs of, house and laud 91 Cumberland st, 3,500 87 50 Driscoll, Daniel, house on leased land Brown’s Court, 200 5 00 Duffle, Anthony, house on leased laud Winthrop st, 200 5 U0 Durloa, Peter T, house on leased land Greenlcaf st, 200 5 00 Dyer, Jos W, house and land 33 High St, 18,500 462 00 same for 1870 tax, 18,500 481 00 land SW of North st, 1,000 25 00 same for 1870 tax, l,noo 2G 00 1-4 land Mavo st, 200 5 00 same for 1870 tax, 200 5 20 Dyer, Eliza house and land E of Elin st, 2,200 55 00 Dyer, Lemuel, land Bradbury’s court, 400 10 00 Dyer, Wm H, house and land 9 Spruco st, 3,000 75 00 English, John, house on laud leased of Gould, Hammond st, 200 5 00 Eveleth, Frauds C, house and land 6 Forest st, 700 17 50 Fahyan, E and Anna E, house and land Hill st, COO 15 00 Felt, Jesse S, house and land Franklin i st, 1,500 37 50 Felt, Martha, Mrs, house and land 6 Laurel st, 2,500 62 60 Files, Statira, heirs of, house and land 20 Parris st, • 1,600 40 00 Ford, Amos, house and land 48 Lincoln st, 2,300 57 50 Frost, Charles R, 1-8 land Danforth and Brackett st, 1,000 25 00 Frost, Luther E, 1-8 land Danforth and Brackett st, 1,000 25 00 Furlong, Uriah H, heirs of, 1-2 land E side Briggs st, 200 5 00 Gallagher, Owen, house and land 5 Wa terville st, 1,000 25 00 Gorrigh, Sarah, house and land 6 Me chanic st, 1,000 25 00 Golden, Philip H, house on leased land rear 16 North st, 200 5 00 I Gooding, Richard, heirs of, F Bradford, Auburn, ag’t, land 58 Federal st, 300 7 50 Gormlcy, Patrick, 1-2 house and land 11 Winthrop st, 100 2 50' Graves, Wm W, house and land 41 Lin coln st, 2,000 50 00 Gould, Moses, two lots Wilmot st, 2,000 50 00 same for 1870 tax, 2,000 52 00 land N cor of Montreal and North sts, 1,400 35 00 same for 1870 tax, 1,400 36 40 land from Montreal to Walnut sts, 1,200 3« 00 same fcr 1*70 tax 1,200 31 20 5-11 Sebastopol lot, Middle st, for 1870 t 11,363.60 35 00 Grecnough, W in, heirs of, house and land 33 Center st, 700 17 50 Griffln, Chas H, house aud land Long Island, 300 7 50 Griffln, Charles J, house aud land Con gress noar Mountfsrt st, 1,400 35 00 Griffln, Joremiali Jr, 1-2 house and land Long Island, 300 750 Griffln, Sarah J, building and land 9 Fore st, 2,300 57 50 H&ggelt, Benjamin S, heirs of, land Congress near Grove st, 1,400 35 00 Haggett, Samuel F, house and land Hill st, 2,20# 55 00 two houses and land Congress near Grove st, 2,500 62 50 slaughter-house exclusive of land, 500 12 50 Haines, Allen, house and land, State st, 8,000 200 00 same for 18:0 tax, 8,000 208 00 store and land Middle and Church sts, 13,000 325 00 same for 1870 tax, 13,000 338 00 Hall Cambridge B, house and land rear Larch st, 400 10 00 Hallalian. Timothy, house on leased land, 226 Fore st, 400 10 00 Hanson, Nancy, heirs of, house and land 25 Winter st, 2,000 50 00 Harmon, Albion, buildings and land 2 Forest st, 1,200 30 00 Harmon, Theodore E, building and land junct Congress and Portlank sts, 2,200 55 00 Harris, Ella S, 1-2 bouse and land Can , ton st, 80o 20 00 Hartshorn, Caroline, house and land 36 Winter st, 2,800 70 00 Haskell, Chas H, bnildings and land Pnti(Tr»tc nrwl Opavh ,fu X 11*7 “.fl Hatch, Frederic, house and land 5 High st, 3,500 87 50 Hayslette, John T, house and land Con gress below Observatory, 1,100 27 50 Hearn, George, la» d between Congress and Cumberland sts, 2,500 62 52 same for 1870 tax, 2,500 15 00 Hedge, George T, heirs of, land east of Vaughan st, 400 10 00 Henry, Robert B, buildings and land from Green to Mechanic st, 4,500 112 50 Holbrook, Samuel H, house and land cor Brackett and Spring sts, 4,500 115 00 Huntress, Silas B, house on leased land 38 Preble st, 400 10 00 Illsley, Edwin It, house 18 Grove st, ex clusive of land, 400 10 00 Iilslev, Parker, heirs of, land 51 Frank lin »t 800 20 00 Illsley, Theophllus, honse 14, Grove st exclusive of land, 300 7 50 limes, Chas G, billiard saloon, Peak’s Island, 500 12 50 Jensen, Elizabeth, house *and land 242 Cumberland st. 1,800 45 00 Jewett, James M, house aud land 3 Parris st, 2,100 52 50 Johnson, Ansel H. house and land Long Island, 300 7 50 Johnson, Chas II, house and land, C14 Congress st, 1,000 2 500 Johnson, Jeremiah P, house on leased land, Portland near Alms House st, 200 5 00 Jordan, Chas H house, and land For est cor Portland st, 1,000 25 00 Jordan, James, house aud laud Center *t, 2,000 50 00 Jose. Mary C, house and land 22 Brain liall st, 1,700 42 50 Kelley, Michael, house exclusive of land, Federal near Hancock st, 900 22 50 Kilday, John, house and land 146 Spring at, 1,600 40 00 Kilgore, Joseph, laud S of Lincoln near Mayo st, 300 7 50 King, William. A, shop and land cor Portland and Brattle sts, 1,600 42 50 building on-leased land, Green st, 500 12 50 Kirk, John, house on leased land Gould st, 200 5 00 Knapp, Charles P, land Deer st, 200 5 no Knapp, Dolly, Mrs, land Deer st, 600 15 00 Lacy Edward, house on leased land rear of 20 North st, oaq . ^ Leavitt, Burnham & Co, ice-house «n ° w Howe’s land Cross st, i aaa ok nn Leighton. Jonathan B, building cxelu- * UU Rive of land W end of Portland st, i 000 -5 00 Mbby, dames N, land Douglass st, 2U0 "s im> same for 1S7U tar, r jtbby, Jakn S and wife, house and land,1« Spring st, , O00 3000 dbby, Mary E, house and land W of ' Grove st, , too 4** ka 'ibby, Mem S, house and land 84 ’ ■imSTw*. i • _ . 1,500 37 50 ,ibb> Washington, house aud land , Lewis st, 3 200 89 00 bl.n k of four houses and land Chest- ’ J nut an 1 Lincoln sis. 5,200 130 0o ^uy, W'illiam, h .use and land, 5 , Smuces*, 1,000 23 00 abby, W’illiam H, house and land 40 Munjoy st bat. 800 5 75 dbby, William 11, land St. John st, 300 7 50 ■ dddy, Thomas. 1.2 house on leased land, W’iuthrsp st, with Gorinly, 100 1 50 I Lockhart, Geo A, blacksmith’s shop on * leased land, foot of Park st, 100 2 50 5 rncas, Thomas, house ami land 15 Green st. 1 509 37 59 house and Ian I, 8 Merhanic st, 1,800 47 50 ^ .and, Newburv si ami house erecting, 70u 17 50 hotel and land Green st, 4,0(0 1000) j Stable and land W side of Greon st, 1,600 40 01) „ land E ot Capton st, 9(H) 22 50 T land 172 Congress st, 1,500 37 50 building on leased land 27(fcCongrewi st, 300 12 50 lansficld, Ellis, bnihlings and land cor Congress and Lafayette sts, 2,000 50 00 ■ lansneld, Joseph W, house and land * 2 Cotton st, 3,100 77 50 7 [artin, Patrick, house and land, 10 j Bi iggs st, 1,000 25 00 NEW ADVERT I ft E M E NTS. McCarthy, 1 Minin, land 7 Center st, Tin* 17 50 McDonald, Anihr«*e. V>n.sc on leased land, 29 Green leaf »t, 200 5(H) McDonough, James, house mid land, west side of Washington *t, No 138, 600 15 00 McDonough, Thomas, houhe and land, 7 Munroc street, 1,3(>0 32 50 McGinnis, 1 homaa,buildings and land, Poplar street, 1,300 32 50 building ami laud, Madisou street, 600 15 00 M. Ulhu hy, Henry, estate of, house and land, 69 Green street, 1>(S00 45 00 McDuirc, Donnie, house on h-unt-tl Imid, 3 Winthrot 1 street, ”00 5 00 McKenzie, James ii, liouse ou leased land, 63 Portland street, art) 7 50 land cor Madison street, of Oxnard, 200 5 00 McMaun, Philip, house and land, 4 Greeuleaf street, 600 15 00 Me Vane, John, house and land. Long Island, joy 2 50 Melcher, William II, house and land 37 Mif , . 4,800 120 00 Melody, Patrick, house un leased land, Bn(K,,tr„!,t 300 7 50 rrtll. Eunice, liciri of, house and land. 19 Fore str. et, 1 ujo 35 00 Merrill, Frances E, Mrs, house and ’ •an.l, .11 Merrill street, 1,000 25 00 Melilli, Isaac I>, house and land 104 % 2,300 87 50 Merrill, 1 1) & Co, shoj» and laud, 27 e nion street, o iuwi xn <uk land Cuugrcs. street, ’juu <0 Merrill, Jot!n F, laud! Congress, near North street, 800 20 00 building on laud leased of Siuith.rear Cross street, wm *»* ha Merrill, Joseph, heirs of land, 31 Hamp shire street, jq u0 Merrill. Samuel, house and land, rear Fraiiklin street, l <wu. **> Men ill, Sylvauus D, house aad land, 3” ’ Lincoln street, i gyy ^o oo Miller, Granville D, land, Green street, * 7oo 17 50 Mills, Jacob, house and laud, 30, Clark street, 1,560 37 50 Mitchell, Janies S, building on land leased of city, Portland, near Alms House, 300 ■ jq Moody, Harriet E, house and land, Melbourne street. §6o 22 5J Morse, Lola, house and land, Danforth street, 1.200 30 00 Morse, Nathan M, houses Chapo' »t, exclusive of land. 1,40ft 33 00 Mundy, Ann, 1-3 laud, Congress, near Washington street, 300 ^ 50 bouse ami land, near Madison street, 200 5 00 Murphy, James, land, Hammond st, 400 10 90 Murphy, Ilngh, house and laud, 248 Portland street. 900 22 50 Murray. John, liouse and land 130 Washington street, 200 g qo Noonan, Thomas, house and land 48 Salem street, ’ 800 JO 00 Now Ian, James, land, 19 Centre street, 500 12 50 Noyes, Henry M, house and land, 5ft Lincoln itnet, 2 53 m O’Brien, Daniel, house and laud west * 1 end Danforth street, 500 12 50 O’Connor, Dennis, building ami land, corner W Commercial an-1 Sumner sts, 1,800 45 00 O’Neil, Ami, house ami land, nit Hammond street, 300 7 50 O’Neal, John, house and land, 47 , A1'‘T?/!*?®1! v MU 35 OU O Neal, Michael, house on leased land, foot Brattle street, 300 7 50 Owen. Elizabeth E. house on leased land, 19 Brattle street, ”00 5 OO Parker, Abigail C, liouse and, Cherry street. 500 12 50 Parker, William, UndN corner Hamp snire and Federal streets, 1 ICO °7 50 liouse and land Douglass street, 40o lu 00 land Cove street, of Baxter, 600 10 00 house, stable and land, 90 Federal st, 10,860 262 50 Pearson, Caroline L, houses and laud, 7 Park place, 1,600 40 00 Pennell, Charles, heirs of, house and land, 83 Cumberland street, 1,400 35 60 Pennell, Eliza, bouse on land leased of city, near Alms House, 200 3 0<» Phillips, John, heirs of, house ami lai"l,» Salem street 1,300 32 50 Porter, John H, land, Weymouth street, 3oO 7 50 Portland Leather Co., buildings ainl land, west of drove street, 4 500 11" 50 Price, Margaret, house un leased land, Cleave, street, Iu0 • M Rafter, Daniel, heirs of, hotuc and i„„j "a . " * ___ Hay, John J, house and land, 93 Brock- * ©tt street, 2 joo 5** 50 Itoillon, Mary E, house anil land, Hem lock street, 1,800 45 00 Richards, benjamin C, bouse and land, •JO Salem street, 70U jj jq Richardson, James A, house and land, 9 Turner street, 1 200 30 00 Riley, Patrick, house ou leased land, Fort Sumner, 200 5 OO Ring, Orcn, house and land, 173 Cum tertand street. ‘ 3,300 85 50 Roberts,Louisa,house and land, Wash ington street, 300 7 50 Ross, John II L,house and laud, 13 For est street, 500 1250 Russell, Edwin, buildings on lsasc4 land, Dow’s Court, 400 jo (H> Sawyer, JamesD, land. Newbury street, 200 5 uO Sawyer, John IT, buildings and land, 25 Merrill street, 1,300 3250 Sawyer, Joseph II, house and land, G8 Federal street 1,800 45 00 stable on leased land, Federal corner of Market street, COO 15 00 buildings on leased land, Market, near Federal street, 2,000 50 00 Scott, Mary E, house on and leased of city near Alms House, 200 500 Shaw, Andrew J, house and land, Pleasant Street place, 300 7 50 Shaw Benjamin M, house on leased land, corner State and Portland sts, 200 5 00 Sheridan, Martin, house and land, 39 Newbnrv street, 3,500 C3 50 Shurileit Aretas, house and land 33 Winter street. 2,509 62 50 store and land, 6 Moulton street, 2,500 62 50 Simpson, John, heirs of, 4 house and land, 109 Ureen street, too 20 OO Simpson, Nancy, 1 house and land. 109 Rrecti street, 400 10 qq Skillings, Margaret, f land, 83-Cumber land street, qoq qq Skillings, Simeon, heirs of, house and land, 23 Brown street, 1 too 45 00 Sloan, Jerathemel C, house and land 24 St. Johu street, 700 17 go land west side St. John street, 5oO 12 50 Small, Deborah, land 80 Cumberland street, I 500 1- 50 Smith, Maria, Mrs., house and land, 12 Quincy street, 1,800 45 00 bouse on leased land, Boyd street, 100 2 50 Smith, St. John, laud 42 Middle street, 4,500 112 50 Soule, S'llhnan, house and land, Mayo street. 2 530 go 50 Si»oflbr<l, Fanny. Mrs., house on leased * land, Plum street, 100 2 30 Staples. Francis A, land, Wllmot street 1,800 43 0U Starkey, Sarah T, house and land, 76 Washington street, 1 200 SO OO Sterling, Abraham T, house and land, ' Peak’s Island, 500 |2 50 land. Peak’s Island, of Trott. 100 2 5U Sterling, Josiab, Jr, house aud laud Peak s Island, 400 i0 00 Stetson, Elizabeth, heirs of, 5-6 laud. Danfortli street, 500 12 30 1-2 house anti land Stetson court, 1,500 37 50 Stevens, George M, house and laud 130 •‘T®*1’ , , 2,00<r 50 00 Stiles, Elbridge, 4 houses and land, 58 Oreeu street, 2,700 70 00 4 house and land, Canton street, 800 20 00 Strout, Charles W, house and land, 2 Hanover street, 2 100 52 50 Sullivan, Timothy, house and land, 334 * Centre street, 700 47 50 building on leased land, 70 Federal st, 200 5 0(1 Swasey, George S, house aud land, 182 Congress street, 4 000 jqq qa Swett, Abby, house and land, 22 Han cock street, 400 10 00 Sylvester, \\ illlam, house on city land, Portland street, 100 2 50 Tapley, James F, part of bu'lding in city, Libby’s Corner, 700 17 50 Taylor, Joseph P, laud, 15 Newbury street, 70O m house and land, south corner Federal and Hancoc k streets, 400 jg qq Ferry, John, house on leased land, 18 » Larch rtreet, <>00 9 an Thurston, William* heirs of, house and laud, Beach street, «00 9ft a,, Tibbetts, Rufus, house and land, Grove street, 1,200 30 00 house and land, Douglass street, 400 10 00 buildings and land, Brauihali street 3.700 92 50 house and land, south corner Con gress and Vaughan streets, 7,000 175 q* Tighe, Martin, house and land roar Fox street, 400 ^ lobio, Sullic, heirs of, land, Fore street, 800 ,ao 00 same tor 1870 tax 800 20 wi Trefethon, Emily P, land. Peak’s Island, 200 5 ou Trowbridge, Charles, estate of, A B Holden, adins'tr, building and land, Vaughan street. 900 22 5U house and land 123 Brackett street, 2 000 50 ins land comer Carleton and Brackett street, 300 " 50 Twiss. Susan, Mrs., house on leased ‘ land, 79 Portland slreet, rjin le *n Wall, k.er, .tore on leased land, Fore * 30 WaWn Edward, house and lend, Deer 2,000 40 00 Ward, iolin, house and land, 4 Madl- <,80° 11250 sou street, . r,Uo l-. sn Aimui-iij, siaoie ana land, rear 29 Washington street, 800 '•O fwi house and land rear 33 Washington it. Boo S •£> Waterhouse, David, house and land, B Salem street, .. y. Wedge, Almeda, house on leased land * ow rear 35 Anderson street, w Wescott, Elliott, house and land, Alms 5 UU House street, and lot ailjoining. ] 700 42 vn Wescott Henry II, budding on leased ’ 4250 fuot ot Union street, 400 1n Whitmore, Jane L, bouse and land, 22 Danforth street, 1 5nn 27 so Whitlen, Oren B, J land Peak’s Island ’°°° 37 50 with Scott, lnn „ WJIb2r’.Ch?rie* L’ b«u<l*»g end ’ami, 50 62 Federal street, lni. M W“»I> Abiah L. building and land, 30 4° M Oxford street, ’ . __ WUlinrus, John, building* and tend, 3< M Washington street, ’ ... Woodman. Hrrriet, heirs ot, house and w land, \ aughan street. j ^ Woodman, Jabes C, i house and land ’ • west side Green street, ’ 1 200 m an twe houses and land, corner Ander- ’ 00 sou and Lincoln streets, 4 060 inn cm 1 house and land corner Brackett aad ’ 100 ** Salem streets, 0 land, Poplar street, house and land, Cove street, ™ tar "***-'*** Goodman and Littlejohn, building on 100 2 50 leased land, Portland street. * 300 7 building on leased land York street, sou Z 50 Woodman, Nathan M, touse and ukd, '5“ 31 Green street. ’ , ,1M, M f “1*» and Washington st, m 2 W * lxoixne ami land corner Brackett and Salem street, 20 oo so 00 W‘SfC!!Ur!4Ii?MV11 houses anil land JC, J8 and 40 Clark street, 8,400 210 00 building and land, west side Danforth, near Clark street, 800 20 00 house and land corner Emery and Pino street. 5,000 125 00 house and land, 36 Emeri street, 3,800 «5 00 Young, Daniel P, building and land, 15 St. John street, 1,300 32 50 Blackstone, Sarah .1, two small houses and land, Horton place, 800 20 00 Blackstone, William H, house rnd land north corner Dow street and Horton place. 1,200 30 00 Kimball, (Jci’gre L, house on leased land, Howard street, 500 500 And by virtue of the authority vested in me as Col ector of said City of Portland I hereby give notice list unless said taxes, accrued interest, and all uec ssary intervening •barges, are paid on or befoic WEDNESDAY, the 21st day of August hist, at ten •’clock in the forenoon, I shall then proceed to sell at ’ublic Auction, at the Treasurer’s Office in Mty of Portland, to the highest bidder, so much of aid Real Estate as maybe necessary for the i,aV lent of said taxes, Interest, and all charge* 1 HENRY W. MERSEY, Coll, of Taxes*for the Cltv f Portland. y Portland, Aug. 17th, 1872. aug-19 20 21 h,etieave to say to those intending purchase a GUN the coming Fall, that In* will ouble rpics' a,fru\h :’’s"rln“ nt ot English ,,, S’ l,lre,:l ft"'» the manufacturers Mehht»mMU.tlvieNthM will hept compk o. l. bulky, tuldM.WF 48 Exchange Street. trainhall Lodge >o. 3 K. of P LTEETING THU USD AY Evening of thi. week "A instead of Tuesday. Per Order of the C. C., JOHN A. LOSING, K. K. S.