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BUMJy dSe* DLHlXTOR Y.
Agency for Sewing Machines.
It'. It. DVKB, N*. !l7!i middle St. All
kind* •/ machine* fee *nle and tn let.
Repairing.
Bakers.
W.C CORR,No*.-iSaud :tO Pearl Street
On direct rantr between New Cn.t*m
House and Po-I Oflce, near tbe market.
Booksellers and Stationers.
nOVT, POOR A BRKED,SI*.0I middle
Street.
Book Binders,
Wm. A. QUINCY, Room II, Printer’*
Exchange, Na. Ill Exrhunge St.
RIALL A HHACKFORD, No. 33 Plum
Street. __
Confectionery.
I,. 3. PERKINS manufacturer o plnia
and fancy Candle*, 087 Congre** St,
Port lit id iTIe#
Carpenters and Builders.
WHITNEY A J1EANS, Pearl Street, op
posite Park._
Dye-House.
FOSTER’S Dye House. '44 Union Street.*
Furniture—Wholesale and Retail.
WALTER COREY A CO., Arcade, Nh.
18 Free Street. -
SEOROf A. WHITNEY, No. SO Ex
change St. Upholstering of all kind*
done to order.
Furniture and House Furnishing Woods.
REN 1. A DA ms. ror. Exchange and Fed
eral Street*.
HOOPER A EATON, Old Post OHce,
Exchange Street.
L. F. HOYT, No. II Preble Street. Up
holstering done to order.
Furniture and Upholstering.
DAVID W. DEANE, No. 80 Federal St.
All kind* ofTphtla rringaad Repairing
d«ne tn order.
Hair floods and Toilet Articles.
J. F. SKERRY, IS*. 9 Clapp’s Blarb
Congress Street, opposite Old City Hall.
Horse Shoeing and Carriage repairing
Bone b the best possible manner by S.
YOUNG Sc CO.. No. 109 Fore St.
Jewelry and Fine Watches.
ABNER liOWEMi, 301 Congress Street*
Anenta for Howard Watch Company.
Manufacturers of Trunks, Valises and
Carpet-Bags.
J. R. DURAN A CO., 171 Middle and
116 Federal Streets.
Masons and Builders.
N. E. REDLON, 633 1-6 Ceagreu St.
Paper Hangings, Window Shades, and
Carpetings.
UOTHROP.de VENS A CO ,61 Exiaaage
Sreet and 48 Market St.
Pattern and Model Maker.
J. V. B4 R HOUR. 959 Fore Street, foot oi
Cross. Porfl«nd.
--- o
Photographers.
A. S. DA YIS A CO.. No. SO Middle Street.
J. H. 1.AMBON. 136Middle St.,eer. Cron.
Plumbers.
JAMES MIUUF .1..««». 91 Federal Street.
Ewery description of Water tfixtnres ar
ranged and set np in the best manner*
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Plasterer, Stucco Worker, &c.
P. FKEINV, Cor. Cnmberland and Frank
lin Sts.
Real Estate Agents.
JOHN C. PROCTER, No. 93 Exchange
Street.
Silver and Plated Ware.
ABNVK LOWELI-, 301 Congress Street.
Schools.
ENRLISH aud FRENCH SCHOOL,436
Congress Street.
Stair Builder.
B. P. l IRBV.Lo. 959 Fore Street, cor.
Cros< St., in B« leno’s Mill.
G. 1j. HOOPED, Cor. York Sc Maple
Streets.
Watches, Jewelry, &c.
J. W. A H. U. MCDUFFEE.Cei. Middl.
A I' wiea Bt».*
Proposals for Sea Walls,
Dredging in Bonin* Harbor, Filling a
Parcel of Monlb Bouton Flat*, and for the
Parch awe of nnch Panei.
Comnon wealth of Haniincbnoelta.
OFFICE OF THE BOARl> OF HARBOR )
Commissioner*, No.8 Pemberton square, J
Boston, July 17th, 1873. )
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this of
fice until WEDNE DAY, August 20th. 1873, a
12 o’clock n'»on, fo* enclosing with sea walls and tilling
a parcel f the Commouwealt*’s flats in South Bos
ton, I*uated it the juction of the mo'n and Fort
Poiut Chan nel, ii. Boston Harbor, bounded south
west by flats of the Boston Wharf Company, and
soutbeart by flats sol l of the Boston and Albany Rail
road Company, and containing about one million
square fee*, more or less, as follows:
1. For about 700 lineal feet of light sea wall on
Fort Point Channel.
2. For about 130o fee* ot heavy sea wall on Fort
Point ChaniK 1 and the main cb nnd.
3. For tilling saiu parcel io grade 13, with mater
ial dredged by the contractor from the mouth of Fort
P int Channel and from a portion of B ston Harbor,
which is to be dr dged uuifonqAy to a depth of 23 feet
at mean 1 »w water.
4. For filling said pnreel with good clean gravel
from erode 13 to grade 16,
5. F »r the whole work ot building said sea wall
an i filling parcel as aforesaid on or before Octo
ber 1st.. 1876.
rtae above work must be done according to plans
and specifications to be seen or furnished at this office
between the hours of nine o’clock iu the forenoon aud
twelve o’clock noon.
The contractor will beaj quired to give a satisfac
tory guaranty that be will execute a contract accord
ing to his pr >poBalK, and to give satisfactory bonds
forthe faithful performance of his contract.
'J’h*: Legiclature of Massachusetts has appropriated
four hundred thousand dollars towards the above
specified sea wal and filling, but n-i contract will be
made binding the Commonwealth for any more of
said work than can be aid for by appropriations ol
the Legislature, under the laws or the Common
wealth.
Proposals for Purchase.
Sealed proposals will be also received as aforesaid
fer the purchase of the whole or any portion of s id
parcel of tlars for cash; the purchaser to but d said
sea-wall aud do said Ailing according to said plans
and specifications, and to perform all the obligations
ot the Commonwealth to the City of Boston in re
lation to said parcel under the Indenture of Fjur
Parts made between the said Commonwealth, the
Boston aDd Albany Railroad Company, the Boston
Whari Company, and the Citv of Boston, dated June
J3rt, 1873.
The right to reject any and all prot»os&l8 is reserved
by the Board of Harbor Commissioners, and their ac
ceptance Is subject to the approval of the Governor
and Council.
Proposals must be endorsed “Proposals in relation
to the South B ston Pints,” sealed up and directed to
the chairman of the Board.
For the Board of Harbor Commissioners.
Jy22dt Sep 2 JOSIAH QUINCY, Chairman.
HENRY CLEWS & C0^
39 WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Offer f.r sale a limited number ef the
FIRST MORTGAGE 7 PERCENT, CON
FERTIBLE SINKING FUND
GOLD BONDS
— OF TH* —
Bnrliugton, Cedar Rapids & Min
nesota Railway Line.
At 90 and accrued interest in currency.
At which price they yitld over 9 per cent., and are
strongly recommended as a
Baft and Profitable Inreslment.
Tills Railway is a cor j»oraiion organized under the
laws of the State ot Iowa, which is he most prosper
ous State in the Northwest, being the only State In
the Union free from debt. The Minnesota Di
visi *n. running from Burlington, Iowa, to Austin,
Minnesota, a distance of 260 miles, was completed in
Februan, 1872. and earned during tbat year an av
erage of $83,000 per month, being a monthly increase
of $35,000 on the earnings of 1871. The earnings for
1873 arc estimated to exceed $1,500,000, or more than
$125,000 per month. T .e ilwaukee Division, from
Cedar Rapids to Posfville, on the Milwaukee and St.
Paul Kail mad, a distance of UOmiles, passes through
one of the richest sections of the State of Iowa, and
furnishing an outlet to Milwaukee and the lakes.
The Burlington, Cedar Kapids and Minnesota
Railway bonds have been admitted to the New York
Stock Exchange, and are daily dealt in and quoted on
the official lists, it us furnishing dealers an advantage
enjoyed by few of the new issues of Railway Bonds.
The entire loan has been sold, except about $300,
000, which we n -w otter, to cl >se it out.
All marketable securities taken in erebange Ptcur
rent prices, without commission.
For sate in Portland by
Bold. A. Bird,
ai»26dtt 97 Cx€hai,se street.
I
Dissolution ot Partnership.
NOTICE I* herein- given that the firm of Scribn-T
.S Andrews is heteby dissolved by mutual con
tent.
B. G. SCRIBNER,
SILAS D. ANDREWS.
All demands of tl.e late firm will be settled by eith
er of be ab-ive par'ies.
Otls.eld. March lOlh, 1873. au23dtf
EXCERtfToSS!
* - .. *tn and af, er this .late the steamer
‘M *ONBT" will <il«coniinne her
IR r ‘ml,irtrl-the Islan 's. Can be
chartered by Excursion parties by ap
PWnz at2iCnlonWhMi, °r ihe Captain on toarS.
Portland, Aug. 20, 1873. »u2ldtf
STEAMERS.
BOSTON
—AND—
PIIIL A DELPHI A
Steamship Line.
Leave each port every WedVy & Sat’d’y.
Io Wharfage.
From l.nng Wharf, Boston, 3 p.m.
.cSST :p. From Pine Street Wharf, Phlla
4 delpbia, at to a. m.
Insurance one half the rate of
d_HB^ sailing veasels.
Freight for ihe West by the Penn. R. R., and South
by eonuectic," lines forwarded free of Commission.
PASSAGE, TEE DOLLARS.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
E. B. 3A9IPW03, Agent,
ln23-ly>u l,.n« Wharf. B. I...
PORTLAND
— AND
PHILADELPHIA.
Clyde’s Iron Line of Steamers l
Running between Providence
and Philadelphia every WED
NESDAY and SATURDAY give?
_ - t irect communication to and
r ra Portland and all other point? In Maine, with
Philadelphia and beyond. Through rates are given to
Philadelphia and all uoints reached y the Penn.
Central aud tne Phil. & Reading R. R*s., and to all
the principal elite? in the South and Southwest. No
Wharfage. No Commission tor forwarding.
Full imformation given by WALDO A. PEARCE,
A^eut, 7 State Street, Boston, or J. B. COYLE
dr., Portland.
WM. P. CLYDE, & CO., Gen’l Managers,
janll ly 12 So. Delaware A venue Philadelphia.
For Peak’s Island.
The Peak'd Island Steamboat Company’s
STEAMER
Express.
CAPTAIN A. S. OLIVER,
Will leave the end of Custom House Wharf daily at
f 45 A. M. and 1.45 P. M. for Evergreen Landing di
rec., and at 10.15 A. M. and 3.15 P. M. for Evergreen
landing, touching at Jones' Landing.
Returning, leave Evergreen Landing at 9.15 and
11.00 A. M. and 2.15 and 5.00 P.M., and Jones' Land
ing at 9.30 and 11.15 A. M., and 2.30 and 5.15 P. M.
Will rui\|L Morning and Evening trip in pleasant
weather, 15aviDg Custom House Wnarf at 7.15 A.M.
and 7.15 P. M., and Jones’ Landing at 7.30 A. M. and
9.00 P. M.
Fare d wn and back 25 cents, children half price.
Special arrangements can be made by applying to
he Captain.junl4ll
Maine Steamship Co
NEW ARRANGEMENT.
SEMI-WEEKLY LINE
Steamers Chesapeake and Fran
com will, until further notice, run
at follows:
Leave Portland, every MON
DAY and THURSDAY, at 5 P.
M., and leave Pier 3b E. R., New York, every MON
DAY and THURSDA Y. at 4 P. M.
The Cl.esepcake and Franconia are fitted up with
Uni accommodations for passengers, making this the
mosi convenient and comfortable route for travelers
b*twcon New York and Maine.
Passage in State Room $5. Meals extra.
Goods forwarded to aud from Montreal, Quebec
Halifax St. John, and all parts of Maine Shippe
are re<]nested to send their freight to the Steamers as
early as 4 P. M., on tin days they leave Portland.
For Freight or Passage apply fo
HENRY FOX, Portland
J. F. AMES, Pier 38, E. R., New York.
Mav 9-ritf
FOR BOSTON. ~
SUPERIOR SEA-GO
ING STEAMERS
JOHN BROOKS anil FOREST CITY,
Havinz commodious Cabin and State Room ac
commodations, will run alternately, leaving
FRANKLIN WHARF, Portland,
PATTY, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED)
AT 8 O’CLOCK T>. M.
Returning leave INDIA WHARF, Boston, same
days it 7 P. M. Fare
^•Tickets and State Rooms for sal- at No 74
Exchange Street.
Through Tickets to New York via the various
Sound Lines, for sale at reduced tates.
Freight taken ai low rates.
W. L. BILLINGS. Agent
J. B. COYLE JR.. General Agent.mch.30tf
Sebago Steamboat Co.
mOn and after MONDAY, June 9th,
1873. the steamer Sebago will leave
Harrison at 4 A. M., Noilb Bridgton
at 4.15. Bridgton 4.45, Naples at 5.45,
connecting at Sebago Lake with the morning train
arriving in Portlaud 9 07 A. \1.
Returning will leave Sebago Lake on arrival of train
which leaves Portland at 12.30 P. M., arriving at Na
ples at 3 50, Bridgton at 4.50. No. Bridgton at 5.20
and Harrison at 5.?5.
Bridgton, Jnne 9, 1873. ju13dtf
Portland, Bangor and Nachias Steamboat
Co.
Inside lines between
Portland and Bnnzor, Ml. Dc*ert and
Markin*.
The Steamer
CITT OP RICHMOND,
CAPTAIN C. KILBY,
Will eave Railroad Wharf,
every MONDAY, WED
NESDAY and FRIDAY
evening, at 16 o’clock.
For Bangor, touching at Rockland, Camden, Lin
coln ville, Belfast, Searsport, Sandy Point, Buckspon,
Win ter port and Hampuen.
Returning will leave Bangor every Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday morning at 6 o’clock, touching
at the above named landing, arriving in Portland at
o’clock P. M.
The Steamer Lewiston,
CAPT. CHARLES DEERING,
Will leave Railroad Wharf every TUESDAY aDd
FRIDAY Evenings, at 10 o’clock, for Rockland, Cas
tine, Deer Isle, Sodgwick, S. W. Harbor, (Mount De
sert,) Millbridge, Jonesport, and Machiasport.
Returning will leave MachiasjHirt every Monday and
Thursday mornings 8t 5 o’clock; arriving In Portland
same evening, connecting with the Pullman Night
Train and early Morning Trains for Bos on.
For further particulars inquire of Ross & Sturdi
vant, 179 Commercial Street, or
CrBIJS STURDIVANT, Ucd Ag’t.
Portland, May 19. 1873. myl9tf
1MERNAT10NALSTEAMSHIP CO ~
Eastport, Calais and St. Jsbn, Digby;,
Windsor and Halifax,
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT
THREE TRIPS PER WEEK !
On and after MONDAY, June
30th, the Steamers of Internation
al Line will leave Railroad Wharl
foot ot State St., every Monday
Wednesday and Friday, at 6.00 p.
m., for Eastport and St John.
Returning will leave St. Johi and Eastport on the
same days.
Connections made at Eastport for St. Andrews, i
Robbinxton, Calais, Woodstock and Houlton.
Connections made at St. uobu f< r DIgby, Annap
oils, Windsor, Kentville, Halifax, N. S., Frederick
ton, Shediac, Amhetst, Charlottetown, P. E. 1., and
Sumtnerside, P. E. I.
§y Freight received on days of sailing unt»l 4
o’clock, p. m.
A. R. STUBBS, Agent
jun24 is lw then os tf
MAIL LINE TO
Halifax Nova Scotia,
DIRECT!
With connections to Prince Edward Is*
land and Cape Brctoa.
owe thumper week.
Tbe new side wheel Steamship
FALMOUTH. Capt. W.A. Colby,
wtllle&ve Railroad wharf, Port
land, every TUESDAY, at 5.30 P.
rM., (or on arrival of train leav
ng Boston at noon.)
FOB HALIFAX BISECT
Making close connections with the Nova Scotia
Railway, for Windsor, Truro, New Glasgow and
Pictou, and steamers foi Prince Edward Island: al
so at New Glasgow, N. S., with Lindsey's Stages for
Cajie F~cton
RETURNING will leave Halifax on THURS
DAYS, at 8.30 P. M.
For freight and further information apply to J
B. COYLE, Jr., Atlantic Wlmrf. or
Excursion Tickets to Hulitax and Return good
until Nov. I is—at reduced rates.
ma.25dtfJOHN PURTEOUS. Agent.
Norfolk and Baltimore and W asking,ton
D. C. Steamship Line.
Steamships of this Line sail fron
end of Central Wharf, listen
- Seml-IA eeklv, for NORFOLK and
, BALTIMORE.
Steamships:—
“ William Laiorince," Capt. W. A. Halleit
“William Crane" Capt. Solomon Howes.
“George Appold" Capt. Winslow Loveland.
“ Blavkstone," Cant. Geo. H. Hallett.
“ William Kennedy" Capt, Henry D. Foster.
“ McClellan,F. M. Howes.
Freight forwarded from Norfolk to Washington
Steamer Lady of the Lake.
Freight forwarded Irom Not folk to Petersburg and
Richmond, by river or rail; and by tbe Va. Ss Penn.
4ir Lin: to all points in Virginia, Tennessee, Ala
bama and Georgia; and over the Seaboard and Roa
noke R. R. to all points in North and South Carotin*
bv tbe Balt. A Ohio R. R. to Washington and 1,
plwes West.
‘Through rates given to South anu West.
Fine Passenger accomnoeations.
Fare including Berth and MeaL to Norfolk $15.00
hoe 48 hours; to Baltimo.e $15. rime65 boors.
For further Information apply to
E. SAMPSON, Agent.
inne2tt 51 Central Wharf. Boston.
The Old Union
Passenger Ticket Agency!
Is now as heretofore at
HfO. 491-2 EXCHANGE STREET,
— whf.ee
TRAVELERS FOR CALIFORMA
And toe West, South and Northwest, mav procure
Through Tickets at tl.e lowest rates, via the Michi
gan Central and Great Western (via Suspension
Bridge) Pennsylvania Central (via New York cit\)
Chicago, Burlin ton & Quincy, or Rock Island, Chi
cago A North Western, and all the principal and fa
vorite routes to the Pai iflc Coart and all other points.
For Tickets apply to the Old Agency rl
W. D. LITTLE 1c COM
49 1-9 EXCHANGE STREET.
Jan30d3wl»to6tf
STEAMERS.
For the Islands.
The STEAMRK GAZELLE,
Cap . C. F. Bands, will commence
tier trips to
Peak’s and Cashing’s Islands,
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11th,
Running as follows, until further notice:
Leave Custom House Wharf foot of Pearl st., for
Peak’s and Cushing's Islands at 9 and 10$ A. M. and
2 and 3$ P. M.
Returning, leave Cushing’s Island for Portland at
9£ A. M.. aud 2$ P. M.
Leave Cushing’s Island, touching at Peak’s Island
11.15 A. M. and 5,15 P. M. #
Tickets down and back 25c. Children half price.
Private parties can be accommodated by applying
to the Cantain on board. jelOtt
For Waldoboro and Damariscotta.
The u*'inor
CHARLES HOUGHTON
Alex. earn..am. dr., aiasier, will
on and after 301 h Inst., leave At
__ lantie Wharf everv Wednesday at
6 n’c oca, A. M.. for Boothbay, Round Bund and
Wald boro, and every Saturday at 7 o’clock A. M.,
for Boothbay, Hngdon’e Mills and Damariscotta.
Returning, will leave Damariscotta every Monday
at 7 o’clock A. M., and Waldoboro, every Thursday
at G o’clock A. M., connecting with the Railroads and
Boats for Boston. Freight and passage cheaper than
bv any other route. Freight received after One
O’clotk P. M.. days previous to Bailing.
Inquire of
HARRIS, ATWOOD & CO..
143 Commercial St.
Portland, April 23.18T3. apt 24tl
THE EPICUREAN
Epicurean
yfkble5a^c
*•■■■■■
c *ir Srf|b9«»
TABLE
SAUCE.
Received the highest
premia m at t he A m or
ient! fastitate Fair,
New York City, 1673.
IT IS THE
BEST TABLE
BELISH IN USE.
Kept by all First
Class Grocers.
Every Well Fur
nished Table
Should Hav It.
Epicurean
Table Sauce
Co.,
06 nr-SCKMTONE
ST., BOSTON.
iu!2(13m
K LYON’S
ATHAIRON
Only 50 Cents per Bottle.
It promote* the GROWTH, PRESER
VES the COLOR, and increasee the
Vigor and BEAlITTof the HAIR.
Oteb Thibet Yeabs ago Ltok’* Kathaibos bob
was in the market by Professor
E. Thomas Lyon, a graduate of Princeton College.
The name is derived from the Greek “Katkbo,"
signifying to cleanse, jpurifiy, rejuvenate, or restore.
The favor it has received, and the popularity it has
obtained, is unprecedented and Incredible. It in
creases the Growth and Beauty of the Hair. It is
a delightful dressing. It eradicates dandruff. It
prevents tho Hair from turning gray. It keeps the
head cool, and gives the hair a rich, soft, glossy ap
pearance. It is the same in Quantity and Quality
as it was over a Quarter of a Century Ago, and is
Cento Country Stores at only GO
Woman's Glory is Her Bair,
LYON’S
ATH/UBON
Providence Wringer.
L-p^PROYlPENCE_
p-i-g|TM~JOURWALCASl^g^
^sass,
L-Xoju^81* I
Hloulton
ROLLS,
Mont
Durable;
Double
Spinal
COOS,
I tutietl
^ Worktua;
^Aitju •table
Curved
CLAMP.
Hold*
FiruiPNf.
PROVIDENCE TOOL CO.,
Providence, R. I.
J. II WORK, Iiml,
44 Broad street, Boston, Mass.
Junl4 _deowly
"NOTICEr
TEN DEBS are solicited by the undersigned, for the
labor of prisoners connected with the Androscog
gin County Jail. A commodious and convenient
work-shop is completed in connection with the Jail,
built with a design to Shoe Manufacturing. Parties
bidding will state the per diem they will give for a
term of years, for each prisoner’s labor, rating their
hMs for three, six, twelve, twenty four and thirty
six months men, it being understood that the longer
the prisoner’s term the more valuable will be his per
die.n services. Contracting parties may have ihe
privilege of employing other than prison labor in the
work-shop, in numbers not to interfere with the nec
essary space require' for the prison labor. Tbe ..wild
ing will De warmed and all necessary guards furnish
ed for prison discipline b> the County. Fnll partic
ulars had by inquiry of either of the uudersigned, or
of Thomas Littlefield, Sheriff and Jailor of Andro
scoggin Cunty. Bids to be left with, or forwarded
to Clerk of Courts, Auburn, Me., until Sept. 10,1873,
sealed and marked ‘‘Proposals for Prison Labor.”
The right to r
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Co.
Aug. 5, 1873.au8dt8epl0
au23 _d4wt
The Haskins Machine Co.
FITCHBURG, Mass.. Manu’rs of
Vertical and II vrizonfal
»TE M EI¥fiI.’VAC
Oar COMBINED ENGINES &
BOILERS are made In quanti
ties and to standard, ganges so
that all parts are interchangea
ble. Can be run with greater
safety and less expense than any
other engine manutactnred, Siz-4
ep from 1 to 20 horse-power.
WARE ROOMS, No. 43 CORT
LANDT ST.. N. Y. S*nd for
circular.
an23t.2w
A WORK OF INTENSE INTEREST tc INTRINSIC VALCE
OCEAN’S STORY:
By the gifted son of the famous “PETER PAB
LE F.” The result qf great bieiorica I renearcb;
An authentic history of navigation and
its Manifold discoveries since the flood; Abounds
with Startling Incidents, Fearful Disasters,
I AWLFss Piracies, Bloody Bat’les and Glorious
Achievementx; also describes Diving, Telegraphing,
Ocean Fisheries. &c. Over 400 spirited cuts. Svf
ect New. Price Low. Agents Wanted. Ill B
BARO BROS., I*ah’* 63 Washington Street
Boston. au23'4w
““CAMPHORINE”
The Great Dircovery for t,he immediate relief & enro
oT"R!!eun!ati?m^?im^g!a^prain8^Tuises^PaiiiF,
Strains, Stiff Joints, Swellings, lnfiamatior.s, un
ions, Catarrh, Ac., &c. It will not grease or stain,
and*fbrdh^toileTIs a luxury1 In every femilyT*'Thou
sand? will and now testily to its great merit. Try it.
Price per bottle, 25 cents. REUBEN HOYT, Prop.
203 Greenwich St., N. Y._ u23t4w
i ii ■ ——————
THE WOBKIIMi CLASS, male m
female $60 a week guaranteed. Resi»ectable em
ployment at home, aay or evening; no capital reqnir
eei; full instructions and valuable package of goods to
start with sent tree by mail. Addiess with 6 eeut
return stamp M. YOUNG & CO., 173 Greenwich St..
New York._au23-4wf
64H¥fO¥Agents and Canvass* rs
wan ed.—" Lectures ana
Sermons,” of Rev. W. M. Punshon, LL.D. Best
and Cheapest Family Biblh*, Maps, Charts,
Pictubph, Golden Pens, Sewing Silk and Linen
Thke vp. Apply for terms to L.L. Guernsey. Pub ,
Concord N. H.au23t4w
$25 REWAKu.
THE above reward is offered to any person who
will furnish the dog, and prove his ownership,
that destroyed the Swan, in Evergreen Cemetery on
the 77th instart. And SPECIAL Ni.TICfc. is
hereby given that Dogs are Absolutely forbidden
within the inclosure of the Cemetery.
JAMES BAjLEY,)
C. E. JOSE, J Trnstces.
J. S. PALMER. )
Portland. Mav 70th—<13m_
Sanford’s Improved Refrigerators.
rbethreo |minis ol excellence which I claim, are,
Ut, constant and thorough clrcnlatton of pure air;
-no« rvueaa, 00 dampness mould nor taint; 3rd; no
inte rn'Lgiiug of odors; purity ami active air, the
elements of its success. Call, or send for circulars
“,acture*l and for sale by J. F. MERRILL, be
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sure the best of care f r the same by the So periniend
ent for the current year; and any person paying tbe
sum ot twenty-five dollars will secure the care o.
their lots by the city for all time.
JAS. BAILEY, )
J.S. PALMEK, {Trustees.
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XOT1CE is hereby given that the copartnership
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consent.
SAMUEL ROUNDS.
OEO. H. ROUNDS.
CHaS. F. ROUNDS.
Copartnership Notice.
rpHE undersigned have this day formed a copart
A. ™T8hIP "J1**?. the ,flnn name ol Rounds, Sar
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ih Coal & Wood, at the old stand, of Samuel Round*.
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Non-Resident Taxes in the Town or Deering in the County oi Cum
berland, foi the Year 1872.
N. B. The Name of the town was formerly Westbrook.
THE following list of Taxes on Real Estate of non-resident owners in the town of Deering, tor the year
1872, in bills committed to E. P. Briggs Collector of said Town, (for 1872.) on the 17rb day of June,
1872. has been returned by him to me as remaining unpaid ou the 20th day of May, 1873, and now ren.sh
un paid; and notice is hereby given that if the said taxes and interest and cbarve-* are not paid into the
Treasury or the said Town within eighteen months from the date of the commitment of the said hills so
much of the Real Estate taxed as will be sufficient to pay the amount due therefor including interest and
charges, will without further notice he sold at nubile auction at the Town House in said town on Monday
the 15th day of December, 1873, at 3 o’clock P. M.
W. N. GOOLD, Treasurer of Town of Deering for 1873.
Deering, August 19, 1873.
Name. Re.-idence. Property Assessed Val’n. Total Val. Tax, Am’tdue
John F. Anderson, Windham, Honse and lot m School Disrtict No. 1, $ $ 400 $ 7.60 9 7*00
E. F. Abbott, unknown, House ami building* in School Pis. No. 2 800
2 acres 1 ind in School District No. 2, 200 1000 13.S0 13.30
Warren Brown, Portland, 8f acres land in School District No. 3, 5875 1C7.93
Special District Tax hi ch. Dis. No. 3, 25.54 133.37
Harris C. Barnes, Portland, 2 acies land in School District No. 3, 400 7.60
Special Di*. Tax in School Dis. No. 3, 1.80 9.40
Bucknam, unknown, 2 house lots near bead of Plea-ant St..
Nos.45 & 46FUeaPlanin Sch. Dis.No. 3, 300 5.70
Spe< ial Pis. tax in School Dis. No. 3, 1.35 7.05
Francis Beal, unknown, 5 acres mowing land in Sch. Dis. No. 15, 250 4.75 4.75
CyTUS K. Babb, unknown, bouse lot School District No. 3, 100 1.90
Special District tax School D s. No. 3, .45 2.35
Mrs. F. A. Chetsley, Gorham, House and lor in Soho. 1 District- No. 2, 200
7 acres mowing land 41 44 44 509 700 13 30 13 30
M. L. Charles, unsnown, 2 house lots in School District No. 3, 200 3 80
S *eciel District Tax, School District No. 3, .90 4 70
George Card, unknown, House lot in School District No. 3, 100 1 90
Special District Tax School District No. 3, .45 2 35
Henry Chenery, Scarboro, House and lot it School District No. 3, 200 3 80
Special District Tax School Di*t. No. 3. .90 4 70
George K. Cobb, Boston, Mass., House, barn and lot in School Dist.No. 5,10C0
. 2F acres mowing land School Dist. No. 5, 809
20 acres pasture in School District No. 5, 300 2100 39 90 39 90
F. W. Clark. Portland, 3 houses and lots School District No. 17, 2300
. 23 ac es Goold lot School District No. 17, 575 2875 54 C? 54 62
George H. Davis. Portland, 2 house lots School Distilet No. 3, 200 5 80
Special District Tax School Dist. No. 3, .90 4 70
J. L. O. D vis, Portland, 1 house lot in School Di.ri. No. 3, 150 2 85
Special Di-t. Tux School Di*t. No. 3 .68 3 53
George R. Davis, Portland, 3 houses end lots in School Dist. No. 3, 4200 79 8>)
Special District Tax in School Dist. No. 3, 181*0 98 70
Isaac Dyer & Son, Portland, House, land and wharf School I 1st. No. 17, 1200
3 Ice bouses and lots Sch ol Dist. 17, 1000 2200 41 80 41 80
Franklin M. Drew, Augusta, 6 acres Woodman lot in School Dist.
No. 3, 1330 35 63
Special Dist. Tax in ch >ol Dist. No. 3, 6 07 31 72
John Hancock, Chicago, 111., house lot in Sch >ol Dist. No. 3, 200 3 80
pecial Dist. Tax School Dist. No. 3, .90 4.70
John S. Hea’d, Portland, house and 1< t in School l)i*t. No. 3, 400 7 60
Special Dist. Tux School Disi. No. 3, 1 80 9 40
Francis B. H nson, Portland, 8 acres Graves’ Hill in School Dist. No. 4. 100 1 90 1 90
S. P. Johnson, Portland, 2 house lots in School District No. 3 400 7 60
• Sp* cial Dis. Tux school Dis. No. 3, 1 80 9 40
Mary E. K ng, Portland, 1 house lot in School District No. 3, 200 3 80
Siecial Dis. Tax School Dis. No. 3, 90 4 70
Nelson Leighton, Portland, house an* 1 lot in Stheol District No. 2, 1700 32 30 32 30
Estate of Jas. Lunl, unknown, (bal due) 24} acres land in School Dis
link I'u. xu, rui>
Cor. lot and barn in Sobool Dis. No. 16, 10(0
8 acres Graves* Hill in “ *• “ 40
Barn in School District No. 16. 50
Berry house and lot in School Dis- bal. dn
trict No. 16, 400 8015 34 38 04 38
Oliver Porter, Waterford, 3J a«res land in School District No. 2, 230 4 73 4 75
Nathan E. Billion, Portland, 2 hou e lots rear head of PieasaDt street.
Nos. 55 & 56, Files’ plan in School Dis
trict No. 3, 300 5 70
Special Dis. Tax in District No. 3, 1 35 7 05
Steele, Lisbon House lot in School District No. 3, 100 1 30
S|*e* ial Dis. Tax Scno .1 District No. 3, 45 2 C5
Symonds & Libby, Portland, House 1 >t near head <f Pleasant str. et.
No. 47.FiUs’nlan,in Sch« ol 1 is No.3 150 2 85
Special Dis. Tax School District No. 3, C8 3 63
Est. of Mannash Smith, unk’n, lti acres land in School Pis. No. 6, 14C0 26 60
Special Dis. Tax School Dt» N .. 6, 2 52 29 12
Charlotte K. Shaw, unknown, Bake h .use and machinery, formerly
by Smith, a> end f Tukey’s bridge
in School District No. 16, 3000 57 00 57 00
David H. Wilson, unknown, house and lot in School Dis. No. 2, Ot'O 1140 1140
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^a^ne at its last session pass
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“Whereas, tne Insane Hospital is now fnll, and has
from time to time been enlarged. until no further en
largement thereof is feasible, and hence the Sta»e is
now called unon to enter ufton the work of building
another Insane Hospital; thereof,
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give notice that they will receive such proposals (
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day of September next. Ali proposals should be i
seiled and addressed to the “Commi-sfouors on tho
New Insane Hospital. Secretary of State, Augusta,
Maine."
WM. P. WHITEHOCSE, )
NATHAN G. HICHBORN, { Commissioners.
JOS1AH G. COBURN, J »
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erery other Btimnlsct. A*» fPr,n8 »“'1 ’«»“»
mrr Tunic, they b»ve no cquiu. lbcy area
mild »nd gentle Purgstive a* well •• Tonic, "they
Purliy the Blood. They are*splendid Appetizer.
They make the week etrong. They puriy knd la
rig orate. They cure I>y.i*p*ia. Consbr-tlon, and
lleadai he They k!k> specific iu all species 0<
disorders which undermine the bodily strength and
break down thoanimal spirits.
Depot, 63 Park Placa, How York.
Attention, Sportsmen!
Hew York State Sportsmen’s Association.
Extract- from ‘'Report uf enmmittre ou
Sinmlartl for whoi.’*
“All manufacturers will h ve eventully to eonfot m.
when sportsmen require that their shot sl all t*uu
pare wl.b the standard of excellence which your
committee has fixed
"Up»-n ibe mest critical examinatim, tout com
mittee have determined to adopt ?»* he “Amkrioax
Stanparp’’the «*nle presented tour by Mest*rs.
Tboo. Ot s Lo Roy »& Co., of New Y >rk.”
R. Newell, Chairman
N. M. Smith,
F. (1. Skisjtfr
Spcnsraen ami dealers desirous oi »avfrg tbo
above walf, or ”ni^iui’rmntion relative thereto,
can promo* lv obtainin' same by applying to THOS.
OTIS LE ROY A- < O., New V ork. Jni 6cod3m
JOB PKIMn« promptly arnf nearly ex*,
euted at this Office.

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