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PORTLAND DAILY PRESS.
-fel'ABMSHEDIIMKCT, ■18.8.^0^18. _PORTLAND TIIURSDAT MOKNTNO. OCTODEB 9. 1873. TERRSSS.00P^NN,,[N ApTA ~E~
THF PORTLAND DAILf PRESS
Published every day (Sundays excepted) by the
PORTLAND PtlMLIMIIiND CO.,
At 109 Exchange St. Portland.
Terms’ Eirlit Dollar* a Year in advance To
mail subscribers Seven Dollars a Year if paid in ad
vance.
THE MAISlfsTATE PRESS
is published every Thursday Morning at $2 50 a
year, if paid in advance, at $2 00 a year.
Rates of Advertising : One inch oi space,
eng Mi of column, constitute* a “square.**
$.50 per square daily first week; 75 cents per
w -k after; three insertion*, or less, $1 00; continu
ing every other day after first week, 50 ceuts.
Hall square, three insertions or less, 75 cents; one
we k. $1 00; 50 cents per week alter.
Special Notices, oue third additional.
Under head of “Amusements,” $2 00 per square
pe r week; three insertion* oi less $1 50.
Advertisements inserted in the “Maine State
Pits86** (wldch ha* a large circulation in every part
of the State) for $1 00 per square ior first insertion,
ami 50 cents poi squaiefor each subsequent inser
tion.
Address all communication!? to
PORTLAND PUBLISHING CO.
"business CARDS.
J. II. HOOPER^
TUPETO LSTERER
Nos. 33 ami 33 Free St.,
MANUFACTURER of
Parlor Suits, Lounges. Spring:
Beds, Mattresses,
MrSloRongh Patent Bril Lounges, Hu
uiucletl Chairs, &c.
5y All kinds of repairing neatly done. Furniture
boxed and matted. oct5-’b9TT&Sti
WM. M. MARKS
Book, Card & Job Printer
JOO EXCC2AWOE *T.,
(DAILY PRESS PRINTING HOUSE.)
Every Description ot work promptly and carefully
xecuud. and at the lowest prices.
ap22 fc
J. JEEAMSOX,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
No. 152 Middle Street.
PCttTLAlVI), JiK.
Copying ami enlarging done to order.
All the new styles, Berlins, Rembrants, Medallion,
he Porcelain, or Mezzotint canl, and the retouched
card, by which new process we get rid of freckles
moles,wrinkles and all imperfections of the skim Call
and judge for yourselves.
E^Motto—CSoojI work at Moderate
Price*. A ini so Ptrnse. ca^ 20 ^
S. E. SYLVESTER, M. Ik7
Homeopathic Physician & Surgeon
No. 334 Congress St.,
PORTLAND, ME.
MIS dtf
ROSS & STURDIVANT,
WHOLESALE COAL DEALERS
' 179 ('onmifirial St., Portland.
Sole agents In Maine for the sale and shipment of
the Celebrated Coal mined hy Messrs. Ham
mett Neill & Co., of Philadelphia.
We have also for sale at lowest market price,
^ilkef-barre, Scranton, Lackawanna, and Pittston
Coals, shipped from the vicinity of New York. Ves
sels proem t .l for the trail port at ion of coals from
rt cf shipment , any point desired. tfapr27
W. C. CLARK,
103 FEDERAL STREET,
5 Doom EfiNl of Temple Nl.,
GAS AND WATER
PIPING.
tni2itf
REMIT F. 1. 31EERILL,
COUNSELOR AT LAW
Pso. 30 Exelmuyc St., Portland.
Formerly of the U. 5. Treasury Department and
Atu nicy i’n all the courts in the Distiid of ohmihia.
will attend to the prosecution of laimts telurs the
Court of Claims and the various departments at
Washington. octll-rl
JAMES F. PICKERiNgT
WILLIAM HOBSON,
0UNSELL0RS AT LAW,
35 OLD STAtK IIOTJSXC,
BOSTON.
aul Cm
PORTLAND
MACHINE WORKS
(FORMERLY C. STAPLES A SOU,)
f\?ar5ne, Stationary and Portable
STEALS ENGINES,
Steam Boilers. Bleach Boilers ana Tanks, Shafting*
Mill Geaiingand General Machinery. Casiings oi
iron, l rass. and composition. Repairing promptly
attended to.
New and Second-hand Engines tor sale.
Highest cash prices paid lor old Iron.
21f) Commercial Street,
W. H. FESSENDEN. aprlllf Portland, Me
GEO. E. COLI INS,
PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST,
JUG CONGRESS STREET,
I*prepared to make all the various styles of Card
Picture*, ISembrant, 9!ednllion,&r., from
Retouched Negative*. By this process vie
Gel riil of Fn'fSdcfi, iWoles anil other im
perfection* of the ft It in. F«»r all of which no
extra charge will be made. All work warranted to
please. Call and examine for vouvselves. mcblBdtf
CEO. D. dOST
FRESCO PAINTER
134 MIDDLE STREET,
CORTLAND, MAINE.
All orders promptly attended to. jyl7d3m
NI RS. PAUa.DlNG.
MEDICAL CLAIRYOYANT,
34G Congress St.
(Hours 9 A.M. to 5 P. M.)
Be4 lm*thentf
SAMUEL. VI. JOSE,
ARCHITECT and rcildf.r,
No 1 $5 Cotton ft5reel Portland.
Office Furniture, Book Cases, Desks and Hard 1
wood Doors, made to order. selO*lmthentf
W. L. KELLER,
fresco painter,
50. 333 CONGRESS STREET,
RESIDENCE G MAY STREET.
Portland Me.
Jy17tf_
DR. LTItWIG
HAS resumed practice. Office hours from 10 to 11
A. M.. unu from 1 to 3 P. M
m3 dtf
JAMES C’DONNELL,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
ha? removed to
NO. 84 1-2 itmihlj; STREET,
(2nd door below Canal Bank,)
PORTLAND, MAINE.
Commissioner of deeds for tbe several States.
feblO_I
~SCMBKEB & JORDAN,
PATENT AGENTS,
74 MIDDLE, COE., EXCHANGE ST.,
PORTLAND, MAINE.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO REJECT
ai.ro ED CASES. codtf
Notice to Owners oi' Lots in Ever
Ki'pca Cemetery.
ANY person owning lots in Evergreen Cemetery.
by calling at tlie Office nt the City Treasurer
ami paying tne sum of one dollar for each lot, will in—
Hire the l>j*st ol care for the same by ihe Superintend
I«<LI»?IrSn.t' -K' au<* ft,,y Person pay ing the
sum oi twenty-hve tloU ini win secure the care o.
their lots by the city ior all time.
•{AS. BAILEY. )
C E *J08?EK’ ( TrUKtces*
DOGS—Ao; Dogs found in ihe'indnaure alter his
•date without the presence of master will be in peril
JAS. BA11 EY, 1
J. S. PALMER.
C. E. JOSE.
mvlSdtf
Fob* Sal©.
FOR Cash, an excellent paying, light manufactur
ing business in best operation with or w ithout
stock Onlv persons meaning business need apply,
J34 Broadway t3d floor), South Boston, Mass.
oc6 6t
REAL ESTATE.
F. G. Patterson’s Real Estate
BULLETIN.
Money !o Loan.
ON first class Real Estate Secmlty, In Portland,
or vicinity—Rents collected, taxes paid, &c„ on
rt’HTT’oi'n A1?11?!"* Vaught aml snl '• Apply to F.
G. I ATI ERsON, Dealer in Real Estate, Cor. (Con
gress and Brown Streets. oc4dtf
A DesirableCouutry ESesidenec for
Sale.
AT So. Paris. Me., known as tlie Widow Morse
-la- property. The house is in good repair, has 15
rooms, bathing room, water on 1st and 2d doors, and
18 carpeted and furnished throughout. Two stables
and barns on il.e premises, and a young orchard of
101) trees. 1 lie lot contains it acres and is beaut ifuUy
situated on the Little Androscoggin River, within
ten minutes walk of t e Depot and in the immediate
vicinity ol •-hurdles and schools The property "ill
be sold with oa wit to ut til furniture. Price low
and terms easy Apply in person or by letter to F.
I G. PATTERSON, Portland, or O. W. BENT, So.
| Pari-. Me. se2'Jdlm
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE !
T17ILL be sold, the Homestead of the late Cant.
▼ v It t-u el Drink water, in Cumberland, situated
one-half mile from Cumberland Depot, containing
about 4j acres, with two story House, Darn and out
buildings.
Also, within one-third of a mile of the above, on
the Eoresideroad to Portland, ab:;ut 40 acre', mostly
field, with Orchard, and between 200 and 300 Cords
ol Wood on the same.
Also, a woo 1 lot of 40 acres with nearly 1000 Cords
of Wood standing, situate oi the Kangeway, and
neai ilie Depots of the Grand Trunk and M. (3. R_jl
1 roads, in Cumberland.
Also 4 acres of Marsh near Martin’s Point Bridge,
in l*'a!ruouth. # *
Enquire of Capt. Win. Drinkwater near the prem
ises, or CHARLES HUMPHREY.
Administrator, at Yarmouth V llage.
Yarmouth Oct. 2, 1873. oc3deod&wlw
Tor Sale,
mThe store and one-half oi the double house
on the corner of Danforth and Wal ml street,
one of the most desirable locations in the city
The lot is very large and will be sold on very easy
torms. A large portion can remain on mo tgage.
G. It. DAVIS,
Real Estate and Mortgage Broker.
pe24 eodl m
For Sale or Exctsange
. ^ F.ir other Property. A rare chance.
A find ratc Fann» containing IGo
5 - ' acr°8 good land, well divided; has
$j| a Mice Sugar Orchard of 409 tree-,
cut twcntv-live tons of hay this year.
An abundance of wood and water. This farm is sit
uated in the to»vn of Camnton, N. H., which is a fa
v< rite resort for Summmi Boakdeiis. Is only four
mile'from Plymouth. It oilers a rare opportunity
to one who wishe s either to engage in fanning or
keeping boarders, and a very excellent or.e for both
brand es, as the place must be sold to close an es
tate. Apply to WM. II. JERRIS, Real Estate Agent,
Portland. oc6dtf&wlt
For Sale in the Town of West
brook.
A FINE residence one-half mile from the Railroad
Depots, Post-office, good Schools and Churches
six miles from Portland; tlonse and Ell two stories
thirteen finished rooms, double parlor.- with marble
mantles, Wood-house and Stable connected—all in
good repair, painted and blinded, Barn 40x60 on the
premises; grounds contain 15£ acres, excellent land,
well fenced. 30 apple and pear trees, * acre choice
strawberries, three good wells of water upon tie place
aud good cistern in the cellar, cellar under whole
House, fine cement bottom; grounds ornamented
with fine shade trees. This is one oi the finest resi
dences in the county. Terms easy. Enquire of 3. R.
Davi* & Co., Portland, or Otis Brow n, Westbrook.
mar21tf
FOR SALE.
A LOT of vacant land, situated on the west side
of High, between Pleasant and Danforth, Sts.
This let has a front of about 01 feet and is about 194
feet deep, and plans have been drawn b How, for a
block of seven or nine genteel and convenient resi
dences, aud adapted for the same. Enquire of
EDWIN CHURCHILL,
No. 4 Portland Pier,
mar2S From 12 to 2 o’clock. P. M.
The “Limerick House,”
FOR SALE
X The sno.-enber offers for sale his Hotel
— *— proj rty in Limerick Village, York Count v.
The house has 22 rooms all in good repair,
with shed and twe large stables adjoining;
two welle of water on the premises, and
every convenience for a first-class Hotel.
The “Limerick House” is well situated for securing
liberal patronage.
Enquire further of the owner.
JOSEPH G. HAn?TOX,
marlSdtf Limerick, ivle.
For Sale.
THE house on State Street, occupied by the un
dersigned. This house is thoroughly built ol
br:ck and stone and has all modern conveniences.
ALLEN HAINES.
Portland, Sep. 18th, 1872. sepl9-tt
EDUCATIONAL
PKOF. HENRI DUCOM,
FROM PARIS,
\\7 ILL resrme on the 15th of October his lessons
▼ r by correspondence to the teachers and other
pupils of the State.
By that time he w ill liave received the plays to be
translated in French this year.
N. B,—The Par.s above is Paris, France, for there
is also it appears a Pa is in Canada. oc8d3t*
Sclteol of Elocution !
MRS. ROBh^RTS,
Ts prepared to receive Pupils in all the principles of
Practical Elocution, ami Voice Culture; litlur in
class or private. For terms Arc., applv personally or
by letter to NO. 8 CASCO >TREET.
References—Hon. Ben.i. Kingsbury, Jr., Rev.A.
K.Jfc*. Small, llev. Charles B. Pitblado. ocldtf
^avi^ation 8cIsool J
A NAVIGATION SCHOOL will be opened at No.
15} Exchange street, March 3d, to be under
the charge of Capt. Edward Breen and C. II. Farley.
Instruction will be given every afternoon by Capt.
Breen, and Monday and Friday evenings by C. H.
Farley. The course will begin with decmal aril hme
tic, and well comprise Plane, 'Traverse, Parallel Mid
dle Latitude sailing; the use of Logarithms; the use
and adjustment oi Nautical Instruments; Latitude
by Sun and Stars, and Longitude by Chronometer
Lunar observations will not be included in the course
but w ill be taught if desired.
The evening instruction will be given before the
whole class, when the various problems involved in
navigation will he worked out upon the black-board
and illustrated by suitable diagrams and apparatu®,
and the use and adjustment of instruments explain
ed. Subjects collateral to navigat ion such ns Mete
nrolgy, Ocean Currents, &c., will aiso be introduced
at the evening sessions. For terms, apply toC. II.
Farley, No. 4 Exchange street. feb!9if
" WING & SON’S
\
PIANOS!
(Successors to UOAXE, W1XG & CUSHIXG.)
The American Piano.
FIRST PREMIUMS.
Illinois State Fair, 1870.
Alabama State Fair, 1871.
Ohio State Fair, 1871 & 1872.
Texas State Fair, 1872.
Numerous County Fairs.
trr,m Mr. Edward Hoffman, the celebrated Pianist1
•‘I conscientiously bc’Icve that your Piano is in
every respect a most magnificent instrument.”
Form the “Independent”
“The American Piano has deservedly become
very popular instrument.**
Purchasers’ testimonials from all parts of the U. S.
WARRANTED SEVEN (7) YEARS
Prices Low for the Quality.
Responsible Agents wanted for unoccupied terri
tory. In localities where agencies are not yet estab
lished, until such are established, we will sell Pianos
to the public at Factory Wholesale Prices. Send f
circular to
wisg & soar,
417 Broome St., New York.
pnly
Camp Meeting at Old Orchard !
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS
OF THE ABOVE AT
HAEE’S, Free Street.
OC3 1«
$100 "orth ofi“lon lOets
Stamp and 10 cents to
^ * o?* CO., Box 1589, Bangor, Me.
au29 eodtt
WANTS, LOST, FOUND.
LOST!
On Monday Oct. 6th, somewhere on Middle Street
a PORTEMONAIE containing a sum of Money and
Deering H >rse car tickets.
The tinder will be suitable rewarded by leaving
same at this oflice. oc8d3t
Cook Wanted
A GOOD capable GIRL, one who understands
cooking, can apply at 54 Winter street, or 04
Free street. “ oc7*lw
Wanted*
A MAX to drive a Bread Cart. One used to the
il business preferred. To a good man a steady job
ami lair wages will be given. Goo 1 references re
quired. RICE & CALDERWOOD.
oc6tf No. 22 Anderson St.
Wanted*
LIVE Agents, to take orders for RI BRER
ST A ill f*1** for business men and others doing
their own printing. $• to 810 easily made daily
Address COOKE. NJ1ITH A Cv<*., 41 State
Sreet, Boston, manufacture is of Rubber Dating,
Bank and Business Hand Stamps, under letters pa
tent. Send ;or illubtrafed.calalogue.
N. B.—Beware of imitations made of glue compo
sition. represented to be made of rubber.
st-23 1m
500 Good Girls Wanted Immedia
tely.
GOTD Girls of all nation**, for r.ousework
" in town and country; table girls forSaloon.
Laundry and Ki'chen; girls tor Hotels, Summer and
Beach Mouses; Conk*, Chamber, and Scrub girls.
Forest City Employment < diice.
seplTdlm MRS. L. HOVEY. 314 Congress St.
Wanted.
AN ACTIVE and reliable agent in this: :r t
represent one of the oldest Life Companies u
the country. Address with references
‘•PENN” Lock Box 55 F. O.
jylTtf Philadelphia Pa.
GIRLS WAJVTFD
— BY THE —
PORTLAND STAR MATCH CO.
jys ti
Booms Wanted.
IN a pleasant part of the city, furnished or unfur
nished, with or without board.
Address E. B., 37 Brown St., Portland.
m&yl4tf
_ HOTELS.
COMMERCIAL HOUSE,
CORNER CROSS AND FORE STS,
PORTLAND,
HAVING been enlarged, remodelled and finished
to suit the finies, is prepared to accommodate ;
Genclemen boarders at rates ranging fr tm live to
eight dollars per week.
WJ?I. F. HUSSEY,
jylPdtf Proprietor.
barxuivi’s
Cor. Broadway & Twentieth Street,
NEW YORK.
ON BOIR AMERICAN & EUROPEAN PLANS.
Complete with all modern improvements; rooms
en suite and single; private parlors, baths, elevators,
*c. Location unsurpassed, being in the very centre
of fashion and brilliant New York life. In proximity
to Churches and places of amusement, and Lord *&
Taylor’s, Arnold & Constables’ and J. & C. John
son’s Dry Goods palaces. The hotel is under the
management of A. S. Barnum, formerly of Barnura’s
Ho*el. Baltimore; I. N. Green, of Dayton, Ohio, a d
recently of New York, aud Freeman Barnum, of
! Barnum’8 Hotel. St. Louis. au20d2m&v/10wU4
THE PORTLAND
Kerosene Oil Company
Would inform the public, that they continue to
Manufacture
Portland Kerosene Oil,
The prevalence of a large quantity of inferior 'and
dangerous oils in the market, at a ch ap price—many
of which are little better than Naptha itself—and the
existence of false reports in regard to the Portland
Kerosenk Oil. renders if a matter of justice to our
selves, as well as safety to eemmmtrf, t<nt «-omo no
nco pnnni ! oo enken Of these facts. Therefore, we
again present an adverth ement, and would call atten
tion to the high standard of uur oils. The Refined
Petroleum, the fire tect of which is 122; The Port
land Kerosene, the lire Pst of which is 125 degrees
Fahrenheit, and often reaches considerably higher;
also, we would say, that we are determined to main
tain their long established reputaiion.
PORTLAND KEROSENE OIL COMPANY.
We quote from chan. 39 R. S. 1871, the title of said
chapter being ‘‘Inspection aud sale of Manufactured
Articles.”
Sect. 31. Every person and corporation engaged
in mm u faefu ring petroleum, coal oil or burning fluid
shall cause every cask or o hei vessel thereof to he
so inspected and marked, by a sworn inspector, And
if any per-on manufactures or sells such oil or binn
ing fluid not so inspected and marked in thin State,
or that has not been so inspected and marked as un
safe for illuminating purposes, be shall pay a fine
not exceeding Five Hundred dollars or be imprison
ed six months in the county jail, upon indictments
tlieief »r.
Portland, Me., April 21,1873. scp20dtf
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IMPROVED
WEED
Sewing Machine!
The BEST Family Ma
chine in the WORLD. A1
60, General Agent for
Mine. DEMOKEST’S
RELIABLE PATTERNS.
S. W. EATON, 13 Free St.,
Jy2C-rim PORTLAND
111 our Show Window can be
seen all the New and Nobhy shape
Hats to lie worn this Fall and
Winter. If you want one just
like either of them bring in your
Old Straw Hat, and after we man
ipulate it your best friend can
not tell it irom a New one. It is
surprising how nice we make
them look.
SWEETSIR,
342 CONGRESS STREET.
Of l eo<J2w
WATCHES,
Chronometers and Clocks,
Of Foreign ami American Make,
Spectacles anil Jewelry,
A.t 54 Exchange St
—BY—
WM, SETTER,
AGENT for the Superior Waltham Watrbra,
which maintain their well earned reputation
for timekeeping and reasonable price. In every vari
ety of gold anti silver cases—open face and hunters.
Kev winders and stem winders. myl2-d9mo
Ship Timber and Knees
I HAVE me largest and best stock ot Ship Knees
m the State. Also best quality seasoned White
Oak Treenails, and can furnish
Hackmatack, Hardwood or White
Oak Timber and Plank
at tbe lowest cash prices.
I* TA1XOR
Portland. I*ec. "0.1872
Portland Savings Hank,
NO. 91 EXCHANGE ST.
ALL deposits oi one dollar and upwards com
mence interest on (he firrt day of the month
following the date of deposit.
vnay29-dtf FRANK NOYES. Treasurer.
TO LEI.
Rooms To Let.
TWO Gentlemen and their wives and two or three
single gentlemen can lie accommodated with
pleasant rooms and board at 75 Free street. oc7tf
To Let.
A NEW Store on Atlantic near Congress St., rod
Horse cars. Suitable for a Shoe Store or farcy
and domestic goods or Groceiies. Apply to S. A.
ANDERSON, No. 37 St. Lawrence St.
n>ar26 dlw then eodtf
TO letT
WITH BOAKD, A FRONT CHAMBER, at
NO. 53 SPRING STREET.
oc3 x dtf
To Let with Board.
A LARGE FRONT ROOM at
311 Spring street.
se30 tf
For Rent.
ffilHE two desirable Residences situated on the Cor.
A of Free nndHigh Sts. Possession given on or
about the middle et October, Enquire of
se20d2w F W. LIBBY } Administrators
To Let.
WITH BOARD, large pleasant rooms. Suitable
for families or single gentlemen.
At 52 Fiee Street. jn24*lw then tf
To Let.
ONE OF THE BEST OFFICES ON EXCHANGE
STREET. Enquire of
GEO. A. WHITNEY & CO,.
mar24tf No. 4G Exchange St.
STORE TO LET.
A large brick store in the Racklefl Block, corner
of Middle and Ceurch streets—basement and
first floor, eleganth finished and adapted to jobbing
dry goods or other similar trade.
Apply to ALLEN HAINES.
^_ sept lid ..f
ATLANTIC
MUTUAL
INSURANCE
COMPANY
or NEW YORK.,
INSURES AGAINST
Marine Risks Only
—ON—
Cargoes, Freights & Ycssels
by the Year.
ASSETS :
$15,571,206 !
Dividend to Policy Holders on
Premiums Terminating in 1872,
50 PER CRNT,
Policy Holders in this Company obtain perfect se
curity, costing far less than to insure in anv ttaer
company in this country.
OFFICE,.
mil FORE STRUT.v. uoMXANB,
JoEin W. Hunger,
COBKESPOHBEVT.
febl7 dlmeodllm&wGw
BOSTON LEAD CO.,
[Incorporated in 1829.]
J. II.Chadwick & Co., Ag’ts,
Office 22, 24 & 26 Oliver Street,
BOSTON
MANUFACTURERS OF
BOSTON
Pure White Lead!
Dry and Ground in Oil,
DRY AND GROUND ZINC, LITHARGE, RED
LEAD, LEAD PIPE, SHEET LE *h, TIN
PIPE. TIN-LINED PIPE, IRON PIPE
and FITTINGS, PUMPS, &c.. dc.
Our Pure White Lead, b oth dry and ground in oil
we warrant to be strictly pure, and guarantee
that for fineness, body and durability, it is not sur
passed by any Lead in the market, either foreign or
American.
SST'Iu order to protect ourselves, we have adopted
as our Lade-mark an eight-pointed red star, with
corporate seal in the centre. This is on every pack
age of our JPurc Lend. None genuine wituout it
W. F. Phillips & C©.,
AGENTS FOB THE CO.,
46 & 48 MIDDLE ST.
_febl8__lyTT&S
MOLASSES.
Porto Rico,
Barbadoes,
Cienfuegos,
Sagua la Grande,
and Caibarien Molasses,
A El Choice Grocery;
FOJl SALE BY
E. CHURCHILL & CO.,
No. 4 Portland Pier.
UgOdtf
To the Harhor Commissioners of
the Cily of Porflaml:
THE Conn ty of Cnmbeiland most respectfully asks
permission' to extend the Piers at Portland
Bridge for the better convenience and safety of vessels
while passing the draw in said bridg .
GEO. K. CHADBOURNE,)
SMITH BARBER, f County Comm.
EDWIN C. TOWNSEND.)
Sept. 26tb, 1873.
Portland, Sept. 27th, 1873.
On the fojegoing petition we appoint a bearing for
Thursday Oct. 9th, 1873, at 4 o’clock P. M., and order
that a notice of the above petition together with this
our order thereon be given by publication in two of
the newspapers published in Portland, lor seven
days previous to the heating.
JACOB McLELLAN. ) llarbor
ALBERT MARWICK,! Com
C. H. FARLEY, ) mlssioners.
se29_ dtd
Hard Pine Timber
On hand and sawed to dimen. ,uns.
Hard Pine l lank, hard *'ine Flooring
AJIB STEP HOARDS.
FOR SALE BY STETSON & POPE.
rJF’’^harfon'’ Dnck- First> corner of E Street
Offaee. Iso. State street, Boston. my3eo<11y ]
Railroad ^cepcrs lor
8a le by the Cargo.
Delivered here or an, point.
J. S. ROBERTS,
191 COMMERCIAL STREET.
Junto__tf
SCALE I\ ROLLERS
I will Remove ami Prevent
SCALE in any Steam Boilers, 01
make no charge. Address,
GKO. W, LORD,
mv3dtf PUIl.ADEr.PniA. PA.
For Sale by E. A. JOY, Fluent Block, opposite
New City Hall, Portland, Maine. ou21a3ui
BUSINESS DI R ECTOR Y,
Agency for Sewing Machines.
IV. K. »YK1C, No. ara Middle Ht. All
Kind* of Machine* far *nie and to let.
repairing.
Bakers.
^ No*. *i8 and !IO Pearl Street.
«srect route between New Codoio
ilou.se and Pod OiRce, near the Market.
Booksellers and Stationers.
M«VT, FO«OA KKl:»:o,:<„.91 Middle
"treti,
Book Binders,
WJ**' A. nmev. Koou. II, Printer’.
Exchange, No. Ill Exchnu^f St.
SMAI,L & NIIAi'KFOKD, No. 55 Plum
Street.
Confectionery.
•^•PERKINS manufacturer of plain
aud inucy Caudles, *i$7 Congress St.
_ Portland Hie.
Carpenters and Builders.
W ItITjVKI Ac DIKAIAS, Pearl Street, op
PQ-ilc Park.
Dye-House.
POSTER’S Dye Haase, ‘44 Union Street.*
Furniture—“Wholesale and Retail.
W*I'T!!R CORKY & U©., Arcade, IVo.
« S Free Street.
CKOROK A. WHITIVE Y, No. 50 El
rliauge St. Upholstering of all kiuds
doue to order.
Furniture and Ilonsc Furnishing Goods.
RKN J. AD.'%i?lS, cor. Exchange and Fed
eral Streets.
HOOPER «r EATON, Old Post Office,
Exchange Street.
E. F. 1IOVT, No. I I Prcble Street. Up
bolsteritag done to order.
Furniture and Upholstering.
DAVID W. DEANE, No. 80 Federal St.
All kinds of Upbols rriugnud Repairing
doue to order.
Hair Hoods and Toilet Articles.
J. F. S1IERRY, Xo. 9 Clapp's lilorli
Consrm Street, opposite Old City Hall.
Horse Shoeing and Carriage repairing
Done in the best possible manner by S.
VOilSO* CO .Xo. 10* Fore St.
Jewelry and Fine AVatclies.
A SEVER I.OWElt. SO! Congress Street.
Agent* for Howard IValrh Company.
Watches, Jewelry, and .Silver AVare.
J. A. XliBBILL & CO., 139 Middle St.
J. A. MERRILL* A. KEITIT.
Manufowtui'ers of Trunks, Valises and
Carpet-Bags.
J. R. RERAN A’ CO., 171 Middle and
116 Federal Street*.
Masons and Builders.
X. E. REDEOX, *33 1-* Couarcss St.
Paper Hangings, Window Shades, and
Carpetings.
EOTHROP.RE VENA A-CO., 61 Exhangr
Street and lSMarketMt.
Pattern and Model Maker.
J. I. BAR BOIJR, 252 Fore Street, foot cl
Cross, Portlam!.
Photographers.
A. S. DAVIS A; CO.. Xo. SO Middle Street.
J. H. EAMSOX. 13* Middle St.,cor. Cross.
Plumbers.
JAM ES MU.EE£i,No. 91 Federal Street.
Plasterer, Stucco Worker, &c.
P. FEEH¥, Cor. Cumberland and Frank"
liu St*.
Heal Estate Agents.
JOHN C. PROCTER, Xo. 93 Exchange
Street._
Roofers.
J. X. MrCOY A' CO., 38 Spring Stieet.
Silver and Plated Ware.
ABNER EOWEEE, 301 Congress Street.
Stair Builder.
”• *"• • a**- tfc cuctl, 1U1.
Cress St., in O* leuo’s >Iill.
O. 1j, HOOPER, Cor# York Sc Maple
Ntreets.
Watches, Jewelry, &e.
J. W. A SI. 11. .MCDCFFEE, Cor. Middl
S: I! uion St*.
Those Baked Beans.
THOSE BAKED BEANS
— TVHICII —
W. C. COBB
Is selling BY TIIE QUART, at his Bakery,
NOS. 28 & 30 PEARL STREET,
have been tested and pronounced
GOOD !
Now if you wish to try thorn, you can by sending
n your order have them brought right from the oven
to your door any morning during the week. Or, if
you say you want them Sabbath morning (as is the
custom) Mr. Cobb will have a frosh'lot ready which
he will send you Saturday evening. Then by nut
ting them in your own ov< n you can And them there
at breakfast time and save’ the unpleasant task of
rising before you are ready and hurrying to the bak
ery.
P. S.-Takc nome choice BROWN
BREAD with them or not, as you like.
aplo tf
The Celebrated.
CUCUMBER WOOD
PUMP!
THE SIMPLEST,
Most Durable and Cheapest Pump in
Use.
They neither Rust, Poison nor give the slightest
taste to the water, hence, are much superior to met
al or other wooden Pumps Made by acct rate, ma
chinery, perfect in all their parts, raising a large
amount of water with little labor; durable and re
liable, they are acknowledged, after years of thorough
trial, the • est and the Cheapest Pump made. Send
or a circular.
KENDALL & WHITNEY,
General Agent for State of Maine.
se3 d&wtf
J. N. McCOY & CO.
ROOFERS.
Manufactures and Sole proprietors, in this State
— OF THE —
ELASTIC SOAPSTONE ROOFING.
County, Town* and Individual Right*
For Sale at this OflP.ce.
Al«o lmxes of prepared cement lor repairing leak
romp and gutter.*.
Slate roofs and leaky roots of all descriptions re
paired.
Tin and Shingle Roofs Painted.
2S Spring Street.
Portland Me.
se22d3m P. O. Pox 1413.
WI-IAT IS HOME
WITHOUT A WRINGER ?
BUY THE “HOUSEHOLD”,
Manufactured by the Providence Tool Co., .only
$5.50.
Best aud Cheapest Wringer in the M arket
Cheapest place in t' e City for all for a?l kinds of
Kitchen furnishing goods ami Wooden ware.
Wringer* Repaired or taken in Exchange.
SIMPSON & SAWYER.
se22eodlm 356 Congre** *trce*.
FRENCH CLOCKS,
Elated Ware. Vases,
. AND
FANCY_GOODS
1 esubscriber, about to remove to bis new Store,
155 *MiUdle street, \*ill tell his stock of
Clocks. Plated Ware and Fancy Goods
— AT —
VERY UJW PRICES FOR CASH.
C^^Call aiptl gee at
301 CONGRESS STREET.
ABNER LOWELL.
Kl9 _3W
CHAMJPAGNE.
JUST RECEIVED FROM
REIMS, FRANCE,
IN QUARTS AND PINTS,
For gale at No. 146 Exchange Street by the im
porter.,
If. PEYBETo
aug9 3m
_MISCEXLANEOUS.
.ALLEN & CO.
Would call the atten
tion of Gentlemen in
want of
CUSTOM CLOTHING
to their elegant Stock
of
FINE WOOLENS
jaast received at
87 MIDDLE STREET
Perfect satisfaction
guaranteed,
8620 eo<33w
Imperishable Fragrance.
MURRAY
&
LANMAN’S
CELEBRATED
FLORIDA WATER,
The richest, most lasting, yet most delicate of al
perfumes, for use on tne
HANDKERCHIEF,
AT THE 'IOIEET,
AND IN THE BATH.
As there are imitation* and counterfeits, always
ask for i lit- Flordia Water which has on the bortfe,
on the label, and on the pamphlet, the names of
MURRAY & UAWMAW, without v hich none
in genuine jyl old au8d23w
BtUBOWE§ RROTKIEKM,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS
Uotro’s Planing Mill, loot of Crow Nt.
.YTAVINU enlarged our shop and tilted it up with
IX the latest improved machinery (by the aid of
which we are enabled to get out our wo- k accurately
and expeditiously,) we are now prepared to take con
tracts of any gize in the building line. Plans and
specifications pie}>ared at a rousounUu pn e. We
can on the shortest possible notice furnish the win
dow and door frames and all the inside and outsule
finish for any description of building. Those about
erectingsea side houses please take note of the above.
We have superior facilities for the manufacture of in
side blinds, and will furnish them all painted and
hung quick metre. We make a specialty of building
and setting up machinery, and would be happy to re
ceive calls from parties using power who contemplate
a change of quarters, or that may need any service in
this line. We are also prepared to contract for the
manufacture of patented articles on more favorable
terms than any one in the city.
WILLIAM BUllKOWfcS. J. W. BURROWES.
tny!3_ tl
ANDREW MULMX,
DEALER IN
PARLOR, OFFICE
— AND —
COOKING STOYES,
Ranges & Walker Furnaces
39 CENTRE STREET,
BETWEEN FEES AND CONE3ENS,
se29 tf
UR, I>. J. BABBITT,
Practical Optician,
DEALER IN
Gold, Silver and Steel Spectacles,
—AND—
Eye Glasses,
Of the bent Foreign and American iflauu
facta re,
Has taken Rooms at 334 Congress Street, and all hav
ing abnormal vision will find this a rare opportunity
to have Spectacles aiul Eye Glasses scieniitically ad
justed to tLe eye. oc3-dlw*
A fresh importation of Doubl and Single GUNS.
RIFLES, REVOLVERS and PISTOLS. Also all
kinds of SPOUTING GOODS. Wholesale and re
tail.
€!. L. BAILEY,
4 S Exchange St.
Agent for Du Font's Gunpowder.
se!3 dtf
NOTICE!
1IHE undersigned have formed an Association to be
. known as Chandler’s Band, for the purpose of
urnishing mut-ic for Bal s Parties, Concerts, Le
vees, «£c , attcr Sept. 1st, 1873,
D. II. Chandler, Ciias. Grimmer,
J. M. Mullaly, C. M Richardson,
J. TyLer, E. M. Gammon.
All engagements must be made with D. H. Chand
ler. Leader.
0^*Any number of pieces furnished.
[Advertiser copy.] jy23ti
Harrison, Bradford & Co’
STEEL PENS.
Special attention called to the well-known numbers
505—*5—28—20 A 22.
Factory, Mt. Yernon; Office, 75 John St.,
au7 NEW YORK. 3m
A FULL ASSOBTtIFNT OF DESIRA
BLE AND USEFUL
DRY GOODS!
can be found at
VICKERY & LEIGHTON’S
153 MIDDLE STREET.
sep27 d2w
$3000 TO $5000.
Excellent Business Opportunity.
A RELIABLE young Man can hear of a good
chance to engage in a first class business that
will pay 100 percent. References exchanged. Se
curity given. Address G O. WEBSTER,
ccGdGt P. O. Box 842, Boston, Mass.
JTIainc Savings Bank.
No. IOO .11 id dir Street, Portland.
MONK'? deposited in this Bank on the first day
of any month bjuius on interest tiv same (lay.
i deposited on any other day, begins on interest the
first dav of the fol'owing month.
junl7d&wtf A. M. BURTON. Treasurer.
Cole’s Quadrille Band
IS IN readness to furnish music (any number
pieces trom the Portland Band) f r Bid 's, Par
tie«, A’c.- and on all occasions where music is re
quired, on reasonable terms. Appl to J. COLE,
’ eader. r ortland Band. No 10 Brown Street, or at
Band Headquarters, 19$ Market Square. 6e2ttdtl
Hard Pine Flooring Boards
for sale, wholesale and retail, by
RYAN & KELSEY,
*e26d2w 101 Commercial Street.
THE PBESS.
THURSDAY MORNING. OCT. 9. 1873
Gossip and Gleanings.
A Green Bay man called a young lady liis
“precious darling little honey-dew of a
blooming rosebud,” and then stood a breach
of promise suit before he would marry her.
Tutor: “Tantalus stood immersed to bis
waist in water, which fled from bis hands
when he attempted to lilt some to hi - mouth.”
New Soph.: “1 should think that he would
have sat down.”—Yale Courant
** _
Kid gloves, of invisible colors, have been
introduced to be worn with dark costumes of
corresponding hues. There are fifty or more
different colors, the new “black-blue” in
cluded.
Peacock blue is the new color for sashes,
which are now worn of the widest kind of
ribbon with long ends down to the skirt of
the dress. Peacock blue is a very soft and
beautiful shade.
A woman at West Bend, Wis., was lately
attacked and severely bitten by a rabid cat,
and the local paper says she is raving mad.
Wo should think she would be. It is enough
to make anybody road.
Traveling along tlie sea coast of Florida, a
gentleman, noting the barrenness ot the
country, asked a native, “What do yon live
on here?’’ “Live on!” replied .he man;
“why, we live on fish and strangers.”
Not Mur ft Damage as Yet!—Squire’s La
dy: “And how lias your brother .T ick been
behaving lately, Sally? ’ Sally: “Tbank'ee,
my lady, ee baint bin no wuss, ee are read
the good book as you sent ’im, and bin twice
to Sunday school, and it don’t seem to have
done him no paiticular ’arm at present.”—
London Fun.
A John Bull, conversing with an Indian,
asked him if he knew the sun never sets on
the Queen’s dominions. “No,” said the In
dian. “Do you know the reason why?’’
asked John. “Because God is afraid to trust
an Englishman in the dark,’’was the savage's
reply.
A novel idea, started as a joke, has taken
form as a reality, and a committee of three is
bird at work organizing, for social purposes,
an association of those persons who have
been injured by the New York, New H .ven
and Hartford Railroad, and are therefore
cripples.
No Account.—Li'tie John (before the pi
ano) : “Isn’t Miss Dackson a bad tounter ;or
a governess, ina?” Mamma: “What i >r, my
dear?” Litile John: “’Cause she keeps
^tounting one, ttvo,three, four, one, two, three,
lour, and t’ant get any farther—but she teeps
trying. May I tell her the next is five? Do
listen, ma! ’—London Fun.
Mr. Joseph Banner of Efiington, III., lost
his leg, s6me time ago, unon the Illinois Cen
tral railroad, while the employees were mak
ing a “flying switch” in the heart of the
town, and the circuit court of the county
has just awarded hirn $15,000 damages, A
few more such will make the dangerous “fly
ing switch” unfashionable with railroads.
A Geiman citizen of Indianapolis pleaded
“guilty” when brought into court charged
with stealing a coat, the other day, and when
the prosecutor, moved to pity at the unfortu
nate situation of the man, tried to snake the
case “less binding” by suggesting that he
only iutended to borrow the coat, the Teuton,
too honest to lie, stood like a statue for a
moment and then responded, “JSTo, I steals
’ant.”
“Thirty-two cents!” echoed a woman yes
terday, when her grocer charged her that
sum for a pound of butler. “Yes, ’um ” he
replied, with a bland smile. “You see the
grocers can't carry much of a reserve, and
we can't turn out our collaterals at a sacri
fice. If the government calls in the bonds
due in 1874 and the imports ot bullion tend
to ease the money market a little, butter
must find iis level with everything else. But
ter is very panicky just now. but 1 think the
worst is over.” She paid t e money without
further growling.—Detroit Free Press.
Social Naturalness.—The wildest con
sequence of the artificial state in which we
find ourselves obliged to live is that nature
looks like atiectation, and that the highest art
is the most like nature ot anythiug we know.
It is in drawing r aims as on the stage. A
thoroughly inartificial actor would be a mere
dummy, just as in the Greek theatre a man
in hi« natural face would have seemed mean
and insignificant to the spectators accustomed
to fixed types of heroic size and set intention
But he whose acting brings the house dowu
because of its “truth to nature,’’ is he whose
art has bten the most profoundly studied,
and with whom the concealment of art has
therefore been the most perlectly attained.
So in society. A man of thoroughly natural
manners would pass as either morose or pert
according to his mood—either as stupid be
cause disinclined to txert himself, or obtru
sive because iu the humor to talk. He would
mean no offence, but he would make himself
disagreeable all the same. Such a man is the
pest of his club, and the nuisance of every
drawing room he enters. It matters little
whether lie is constitutionally boorish or
good-natured; he is natural; and his natural
ness comes like an ugly patch of fi ieze on the
cloth of gold with which the goddess of con
I ventionality is draped. Natural women, too,
may be found at times—women who demon
strate on small occasions, sincerely, no doubt,
but excessively; women who skip like young
lambs when they are,pleased, and peut like
naughty children when they are displeased;
who disdain all those little arts of dress
which conceal defects and heighten beauties,
and who are always at war with the fashions
of the day; who despise those conventional
graces of manner which have come to be part
of the religion of society, contradicting point
blank, softening no refusal with the expres
sion of a regret they do not feel, yawning in
the face of the bore, admiring with the
naivete of a savage whatever is new to them
or pleasing. Such women are not
agreeable companions, however devoid of
affectation they may be, however stanch
adherents to truth and things as they are,
according to their boast. The woman who
has not a particle of untrained spontaneity
left in her, and who has herself in band on
all occasions, who gives herself to her com
pany, and who is always collected, gracetul,
and at ease, playing her par., wilhout a t.ip,
but always playing her par, and never letting
herself drop into uncontrolled uaturaln.ess—
this is the woman whom men agree to cal),
not onlv charming, but thoroughly natural as
well. On the other hand, the untrained
woman who speaks just as she thinks, and
who cares more to express her own sensa
tions than to study those of her companions,
Is sneered at as silly or underbred, as the cur
rent, sets, or perhaps as alfccttd; hei trans
parency, to which the world is nut accus
tomed, and to which it does not wish to get
accustomed puzzling the critics of their kind.
Social naturalness, like perlect theatrical rep
resentations is everywhere the result of the
best art; that is, of the most careful train
ing. It sitrnla'es self-forgetfulness by the
very perfection of its self-control, while un
trained nature is telt-assertion at all corneas,
anti is founded on the imperious con-cious
ness ot personality.—The Saturday Review.
Tiie New Way Of Wearing the Hair.
—Parisian ladies retain tlie hitrh puffs and
braids on top of the head, with the back hair
unrelieved by plaits or tresses, but this style
is unbecoming to the slender faces of Ameri
can women, hence the desire here to-retnrn
to lower coiffures. The new caprice for day
wear is to have a single narrow chatelaine
braid down the back of the head, wilh two
or three solt puffs on top and a crown braid
in front. The back bair is still combed up
from the nape of the neck, but its bare look
is taken oway by the chatelaine braid. Thick
ropes made of two tresses of hair twisted to
gether are even newer than plails tor the
crown and chatelaine. The ^art above the
forehead is shown, and the front hair, in long
rippling waves, natural and careless looking,
is laid smoothly and low on the temples, in
stead of bt ing drawn backward and emeriti :
up with frizzles and fringe. Smooth hair i»
once more in lashiot, though ladies destroy
the beauty of the n"w arrangement by P**1" J
ing the waves fiatlv with pomade or banuo
line. Side locks in front of the ear are worn |
turned toward the face instead of baCKW ara.
Boys.—It is stranue that * , *
t:. Em ope, and seek tbe socitt^* ^“mates
le- imposing. when h.. can enJft,them
w th the occ. s onal privilege of a nod from an
American boy. In these sequestered haunts I
Irequntl/ meet some urchin three feet high
who carrie with him an air of consummate
worldly experience ibat completely overpow
ers me, and I seem to shr.nk to the dimen
sions ot Tom Thumb. Before his calm and
te’rible glance all disguises tail. You may put
on a holu and careless air,and affect to overlook
him as you pass; but it is like assuming to
ignore the existence of the Pope of Home, or
of the London Times. He knows better.
Grown men are never very lormidable; they
are shy and shamefaced themselves, aie usu
ally preoccupied, and no* very observing. It
they see a man loitering about without
visible aim, they class him as a mild i i becile,
and let him go; but boys are nature's detect
ives, and one does not so easily evade tbeir
scrutinizing eyes. I know full well that, while
I study their ways, they are noting mine
through a clearer lens, and are probably tak
ing my measuie far be tier than I take theirs.
One in-tinctively shrinks from making a
sketch or memorandum while they are by;
and if caugbt in tbe act, one fondly hopes to
pass for some harmless speculator in real es
tate, whose pencilling may be only a matter
of habit, like those casual sums in compound
interest which are usually to be found
scrawled on the margins of the daily papers
in Bos'on reading roue s.—Higginson’s ‘‘Old
port Days.
flow to Keep Youn Winter Apples.—
The following ixccllent suggestions are offer
ed by the Vermont Farmer:
The wav that most farmers save their win
ter apples is to hole them up, like potatoes,
or pile them up in a cave or cellar. By this
method you not only lose much valuable
time, but lose very many apples; and what
you do keep over winter are in bad condi
tion. Apples m iy be kept in barrels that are
quite open; but the bo>i a’’il cheapest way is
to keep them in crat.s or bjxes made in the
following manner: The ends or headpieces
should be ten or t . 'elve inches wide by fifteen
to eighteen long. They cau be sawed orsplit.
Naii your boards all tbe same length—about
three feet.
When yon gather your apples from tbe
trees, put them in these boxes (lie careful not
to bruise them) and lay the boxes on eaqti
other iu your apple b use. Two men will
handle these boxes with eas*. You can look
your apples over iu these boxes at any time
with but little labor. When you are ready to
ship, just nail a b .ard over tbe tup and you
are ready. In Ibis way you get. your apples
to market in good condition and handle th* in
but once. Keep your house as cold as possi
ble without lie-ziug.
Novelties in Jewelry.—Among the
unique jewels chronicled aie those or finely
cut jet, associated with garnets or other bright
red stones. These are said to be very eu;?'»
rve, and popularity is predicted tor them.
The Persian jewelry is a combination of
brilliant stones of various colors set in one
i broach. The design i are miniature copies of
the intricate figures represented” iu Persian
scarls, shawls, carpels, etc. The journeying*
of tha Shah and bis gorgeous display ol j w
els have pruhtbly brought this tas non about.
The oxidized silver now most in vogue is al
most as dark as iron. Highly polished plati
num, it is said, will take the place of dark sil
ver, and will he fashionably combined w ith
gold. _ _
Does Advebtiswo Pay?—There is na in
stance on record of a well sustained system of
judicious advertising failing of sm cess.
“My success is owing to my liberality in ad
vertising. ’—Bonner.
“Advertising has furnished me with a oom
petcue-*.”—Amos Bourn nee.
‘I advertised my productions and made mou
ey.”—Nicholas l.<m</worth.
“Constant and persistent advertising is a sore
prelude to wealth.—Stephen Girard.
“He who invests one dollar in business should
invest one dollar iu advertising that business."
—A. T. Stewart.
"Without the aid of advertisement* I could
have done nothing in my speculations. I hare
the most complete faith in printer's ink. Ad
vertising is the royal road to business.—Bar
num.
Fon Loss of Appetite. Dyspepsia. Indiges
tion. Depression of Spirits and General Debili
ty, ill various other forms, Fkuiso-Phosphora
teo l.i-ixiit oi Calisaya made by Caswell,
Hazard & Co., New York, and sold by all
druggists, is the host tonic. As a stimulant
touic for patients recovering from fever or oth
er sickness, it has no equal. If tak.-D during
the season it prtvenls fever and ague and other
intermittent fevers. *e?0-twf
Newest ami Iicst
MUSIC BOOKS !
DITSON *Sr CO* publish 1.000 Music Book* suited
to every taste, and every occasion. Descilptive Cat*
alogues sent tree. Among the most recent and best
HOUR OF SINGING - $1.00
F^r High Scho Is and Seminaries.
CHOICE TRIOS - . $1.00
Fur High Schoo s and Seminaries.
THE STANDARD - $1.50
The BANNER Church Music Book of tbs Season.
THE RIVER OF LIFE • 35
Unequalled iu Variety. Unexcelled in Quality.
A Sab ath School S <ng Boor by 40 composers.
CHEERFUL VOICES - 50
L. O. Emerson*s Latest School Song Book.
THE ORGAN AT HOME $2.50
1'ndeni ibly the be.-t Collection for Reed Organ*.
Devotional Chimes - 75
Neat, Complete, ; erfect. For Social Meetings.
All are Choice B ?oks. Already in great demand.
Sent post- paid, lor Retail Price.
OLIVER DITSON & CO., C. H. DITSON A CO.,
Boston. 711 B’dway, New York.
oc8 * d&w2w
Hair Dressing Saloon for
Sale.
For satisfactory reasons I < ft’er my Furniture, Fix
tures anil Tools in the well-known
llair Dressing- and Batbin? Rooms,
IOO Exrhnnsf Mirert.
Connected with this shoo Is five nl c B:ith rooms,
well supplied with hot and c Id wafer, which wdl bo
let with tl.e shop fur a reasonable juice.
oct7dlw J. p. SMI1H, Portland.
GAS FIXTURES^
J. SilASiflAJV,
12S Exchange Street.
oc7 dim
ANOTHER RICH DISPLAY
—OF—
FALL GOODS
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W, C. BECKETT’S.
137 MIDDLE STREET,
tyPleoee call end examine. »0l8d3w
Sanford’s Improved Refrigerators.
The three points of exceH« nct» wblcL I claim, are,
1st, constant and thorough circulation of pure ».ir;
2cd; rynes**. nodaraptMitn* mould nor faint; 3rd; no
inte mif.gling of odorv; purity aud active air. the
elemenir of its success. Call, 01 send lor circulars.
Manufactured and tor sale hr ,1. F. MERRILL, be
tween Cross aud Cotton st?*., near Leavitt liurnii.ua
!fe (/O.s lot* Ilona®, Portland, Me. ieftdtf
Clothins: f'leanaed !
('1L0THES Cleaned and Hep ired at ,hnrt nollee
J and all kind* of good. dyed in a Ih.eouuli man
ner. AI *0 Second-hand Clothing for wile.
All order, will receive prompt and failliful atten
tion
WILLIAM BROWN,
E'dci al Street.
sepaodtf Near (he Park.
For Philadelphia.
±4 „ *«*et Schinner SAMt,. OILMAN,
Apl/ Capt. Kelley. For freight apply to
J. NICKERSON.
IiS Commercial Street, Portlnad.
oc8_ 3t
Cheapest Book Store
IN THE UNITED STATES.
IARGEST etnclc in the State nn.l lowest price*.
J \ls * some Farms ami Timber La» <1 w
ar.l tocnar. Call soon for this hall "g
with the bird*." ALISFK'I COL**
jyl7dtf 119 E\rli lure St . Portland. Me.
« oaf.
Ton*rap* Breton Coal, .a *n|e lor aitlcle
> 2 Ibrsteawer house rnrpoee*. For sale In
ho,7,7,It ,?urd.a«ers by GEO. H. STARR,
’ Ii-7.lt w No- 'i0 * ^change street.
For Sale Cticap.
ONE First Clns, HACK and Rumors. Sni.nble
for one or two boiFo,. Empire ? t DANIEL F.
KNIQH1S, 31 Oxlord St., Portland, Mo, oc7*‘Jw
Tabic Boarders.
A FEW TABLE BOARDERS can le accnm
V modated at 3<J* High street.
oc6codU S. S. KNIGHT.

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