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Tiie Closed Gentian.
BY MltS. A. I). T. TYHITKEY.
I climbed one day upon a great high shelf
Where God rare tilings (loth hide,
And found a po m that had writ itself
Against the mountaiu side.
A p.ant whose preen spires something barely grew
1U*'<I at its short brave tips i
Full-clustered flowers of vivid purple-blue.
Yet bud-like, with shut lips.
The delicate corrolla* swelled unsheathed
Fioiii calyx-cradles small
In lender bells,wit b clear-curved veinings wreathed
That, closing, sealed them all.
1 said. It is the gentian; aud I sought
For an unfolded one,
Jud veiling with sweet fringes its heart-thought
Ol gladness from the sun.
Vainly. It. never opened, sonic one said.
'1 he strange, lair bud was alls—
A blight hope only ha f interpreted,
And shriveling to its /all.
I would no! think it. Sun ly never so
The blessed types are set.
Still. I went looking, vistful, to and fro,
The perf ect w ord to get.
»Tww there for reading. God’s rhymes take large |
Wh* [^answering meanings rilo,
Net far from iho “closed gentian” shone white I
bloom
Of “Everlasting Life.
ft*e>’ilaml W holesale fi*r«ee Current.
Corrected for the Press to Oct. 8. 1873.
Apple**.
Green,.3 GO '<t5 00
Dried, western 5ft 8
do eastern. Gift fc$
Ashen.
Fear),# lb ... 11 ft Hd
Pot. 9 © 11
Beaus.
Pen.3 00 @3 25
Mediums. 2 75ft3 00
Yellow Eyes. .3 00 ft3 25
Bos Shook*.
Pine.75 ft SO
Bread.
Pilot Sup-10 00 @12 CO
Pilot cx.loOB) 7 50 ft 9 00
Ship. 5 50 ft G 05
Crackers#100 40 ft 50
Butter.
Family, #lb .. 25 @ 35
Store. 15 (ft 18
('audio*.
Mould, #lb.... ft 13
Sperm. 35 ft 37J
C'euaoat.
B bbl.2 35 @2 40
(J horse.
Vermont.# lb. 12 @ 13
Factory new... 14 ft 15
N. Y. Dairy.. 12 ft 13
Coal—(Retail.)
Cumberland.. .9 00ft 9 50
Pictou... .8 00 ft8 50
Chestnut.7 50 ft8 00
Franklin. 9 50ftio(j(
L’gh&W.Ash. .8 50ft 9 00
(j oiler.
rlava,#lb. 32 @ 33
Rio. 26 ft 27
Cooperage.
JHtad. Shooks and Heads
v Mol. City. ...2 50 ft 2 It
Sug. City-2 25 ft
Sag. C’try.. .1 50 ft 1 6(
Country Ri Mol.
HUM Sli’ks 1 50ft
HUM Headings,
Space 35 in. 28 ft
Soft Pine,.. 28 ft
Hard Pine, 30 ft
Hoops,(Uti),45 00 ft 50 00
K.OakStaves 50 00 ft
Copper.
Cop.Bolta. . 40 ft
Y. M. Sheathing ft 27
Bronze do. ft 27
Y. M. Bolts,.. 32 ft
Cordage.
American,# lb, 121 @ 13
Russia,. ft H
Manila. 184 ft 19|
Manila B’ltr’p 20*ft
Drag* and Dyes*
Alcohol,#gal, 2 15ft
Arrow Root, 25 @ 55
Bi-Caro Soda, 7 ft 9
Borax,. 25 ft 26
Camphor. 34 ft 38
Cream Tartar 44 ft 46
Indigo,.115 ft 1 40
Logwood ex., li ft
Madder,.... 1/(ft IS
Naptha #gal 25 ft 39
Opium. 8 75 ft
Rhubarb,.... 1 00 ft 1 50
S it Soda .... 3Jft 4
Saltpetre_ l‘> ft 18
Sulphur... . lift 5$
Vitroi,. 13 ft 15
Dueb.
No. 1. @ 40 j
No. 3. ft 42
No. 10,...... (ft 28 j
Ravens,
8 oz.,. 24
10 oz. £0
lljcwoods,
Barwoul ... 5ft
Brazil Wood, 5 @ 7
Canfwood,.. 6 ft 7
Fustic,. 2Jft 3
Logwood,
Cum peachy, If ft 2\
St. Domingo, lift 2J
Peach Wood, Gi ft
Red Wood— 21 ft
Fi*b.
Cod, per qtl.,
L'ge Shore, .5 50 ft 5 75
1/gu Bank, 4 50 ft 5 00
.
Poll-M-k,. 2 23 ;(v 3 00
Haddock,... .1 75 ft 2 25
Hake.1 62 (ft 1 871
Herr
Shore.#bbl 4 00 @5 00
Scaled,# bx 3» ft 35
No. 1,. 13 ft 20
Mackerel, # bbl.,
Bnv No. i, 14 50ft 16 50
Bay No. 2, 12 50ft I t 50
Large 3 .10 50ft 12 UU
Shore No. 1,..23 00ft25 09
No. 2,.13 00 a 15 00
Medium,. ...8 50ft 10 00
Clam Bait. ... 500ft6 00
(flour.
Superfine,.... 5 50 @6 00
Spring x, .. 6 75 ft 7 25
‘* xx,.. 7 75 ft 8 50
tflcb. 8 00 ft 8 50
“ . “ xx 8 75 ft 9 75
Illinois x,. C 75 ft 7 75
*• xx,.... 8 50ft 1100
St. Louis x,.. 8 59 (a) 9 *0
*• « XX. 10 00 ft 11 50
Fruit.
Almonds,....
Soti Shell,.. 20 (ft 22
Shelled,.... 40 ft 55
Pea N uts,.... 2 25 ft 2 73
Citron,. 50 ft
Currants, 9 ft
Dates, . 8 ft 9
Figs. 12 ft 18
Prunes,. 12 ft 17
Raisins,
Layer, 3 00 @ 3 12 '
Muscatel.. 3 50ft 3 69 j
L. M. new.4 25
New Va!.# lb. 14 ft
Lemons.# boxlO 00 ftl3 00
Oranges # none.
drain.
Corn, Mixed,. 77 @
5 eliow,. 78 (ft 80
Meal.75 ft 76
Rye,.1 10 ft 1 15
Barley,. 75 ft 85
Oats,. 53 ft 58
Fine Feed,.. ft 30 00
Shorts.. 26 00 ft 30 00
<»uupotvder.
Blasting. 4 50 @ 5 00
Shipping,- 4 50 ft 5 00
19 ny.
Pressed,# ton 17 00 ft20 00
Loose,.It 00 ft 22 00
Straw,.10 00 ft 12 00
Iron.
Common, ... 4ft 4f
Refined, . 4fft 4}<
Swedish. ft sj
Norway,. 8 4ft 9
Cast Steel,^ .. 20‘(ft 23
German Steel 14 ft 15
Shoo Steel .7 ft 7f
Spring Steel . 9ft 12
Sheet Iron,
English, W. 7ft 7£
R. G. 8ft 8*
Russia. 22Jft 23j
Oalv,. 12 ft 15
Viuril.
Kegs, # lb,.. @ 9|
Tierces, # ib ft oZ
Pail. /lift 12 !
Caddies,. Ilf ft 12
Portland Unity Prom Stock JList.
For the week ending Oct. 8,1873
Corrected by W. E. Wood, Broker, 67 Exchange.
Descriptions Par Value. Offered Asked
Gold,.110}... 110}
Government 6’s, 1£61.114^
Government 5-20*6, 3802,.108}_loy
Government 5-20’s, 1864.... 100}_llo
Government 5-20’s, 1865.11 I m
Government 5-20*8. July, 1865,. lm .'.'.’jirj
Government 5-20’s, July, 1867.115 .. 115}
Government 5-20’s. July, 1868,.Ill . . 114J
Government 10-40*s,. ... .log} .. ty
Si ate of Maine Bonds,.... yy .. yog
i*ortland City Bonds, Municipal,. 94 915“
Bath City Bonds,.. .... yy
Bangor City Bonds, 20 years. 90 .!.! yi
Calais City Bonds,. 95 ... ] 96
Cumberland National Bank,... 40. ...59 *.*.*.* 60
Canal National Bank,. 100....132 .*!. 133
First National Bank.lou.132 . ..133
Casco National Batik,.100.132 ....133
Mercb ants’ National Bank,.. .75.95 .. 96
Nn i uui Traders* Bank...... 100.132 ... 133
Ponland Company,.. 70 . 75
Portland Gas Company. 50. 65 ... C7
Ocean Insurance Co'upaav_ 100. 94 95
Atkintic & St. Lawrence it. K.00_03
A. A K. It. It. Bonds,. 87 ..88
1 o.n.* Central U. R. Stock.100.60 ... 70
Maine Central It. R. Bonds. 7’s.. . 96 ... 98
tC-rf , n iVT' gt,jl* 1L B‘>nds, 100. 85 . 87
p ,'S’ J ^ R; II. Bon.is.. 100. 65 .... 67
5 d t ?/J^«r«R.R.Bo„.|s,gold, ... 90
I oi.l .n.1 & l.,.chttUT lt.H. Bonds.7^,. 92 asked
Providence Wringer.
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Sheet & Pipe.. 10 @ 104
Pis... ..... 8« 4
JLcufhcr.
New Yurt.
! Light . GO @ 31
! Mid. Weight 30 @ 33
] Heavy - 30 @ 33
I Slaughter.. . 41 @ 4G
Am. Call-1 20 @1.5
JLJmc.
Rockland .s’sk.l 35 @
fjnuibci*.
Clear Pint,
j Nos. 1 A 2.50 00 @00 00
No 3.40 00 @50 00
No. 4.30 00 @40 00
Shipping. .20 00 @30 00
Spruce.15 00 @17 00
Hemlock. 1300 @1500
Clapboards,
Spruce ex.30 00 @35 00
do No. 1.20 00 @27 00 |
i Pine.4.5 00 @65 00 i
[Shingles,
Cedar ex... 3 50 @ 5 00
Ceda r No 1. 2 50 @ 3 25
! do Shaved 4 00 @ G 50
Pine do... 4 00 @ GOO
Laths,
j Spruce. 2 00 @
! Pine. 3 00 @ 3 50
.Hatch*-*.
Star, ¥> gros. 1 05
J llolnssfi.
Porto Rico .... £8 @ G3
Cienfugos. 40 @ 42
Muscovado.... 37 @ 42
New Orleans... 70 @85
Mas tart.
,Sagua..,. 38 @ 40
5 Nails.
Cask.;.5 00 @3
) Naval Mtorc*.
Tar,t> bbl ... 5 50 @5 75
Pitch (C. Tar). .4 50 @4 75
Wil Pitch.... 5 50 @5 75
Rosin,.5 25 @ 8 00
Turpentine.gl 4G @ 50
Oil.
Kerosene,- @23
Port.Ref. Petr @ 18
Sperm,.1 88 @ 1 92
Whale,. 85 @ DU
Bank,. 58 @ G8
Shore,. 53 @ 03
Pergie, ... @ 55
Linseed..99 @ 1 00
> Boiled do.,.. 1 04 @ 1 05
1 Lard,. 75 @ 80
t Olive,.1 25 @ 1 75
iCast or,.1 72 @ 1 80
Neatsfoot,.... 1 25 @ 1 50
I Elaine,. 55 @ 58
l’aiulM.
Port. Lead... 11 75 @
PureGr’d do 12 00 @ 12 25
Pure Dry do 11 50 @
Am.Zinc.... 12 00 @13 00
Rochelle Yell [email protected] 4
Eng.Ven.Red 3£@ 4
(lied Lead,... 11 @ 12
Litharge. 11 @ 12
l*lasier.
White, ton,.. @ 3 00
Blue. @2 00
|Ground,inbls8 00 @9o0
Calcined, brls 2 75 @ 3 00
Produce.
|BeefSide,*>Ib 9 @ 13
j Veal,. 10 @ 12
iMutton,. 10 @ y>
Chickens,.... 23 @ 25
Turkeys,. 18 @ 22
Eggs, doz., 27 @ 2S
Potatoes, ^>bu [email protected] GO
Onions,.. 4 [email protected] 4 25
Round hogs—8 @ 9
R*rovi*ion*.
Mess Beef,.. 9 00 @12 00
I Ex Mess, . 12 50 @ 14 50
! Plate. 14 00 @15 5'^
Expiate,.. 15 00 @15 59
Pork,
I Backs,.... 21 00 @
Clear,. 20 00 @
Mess,. 18 50 a 19 00
! Prime. 15 [email protected]
Hams,. 13£ @ 13
Rice.
Rice, p* lb... 7£@ 10
Malera u*.
Salcratus, <fciib. [email protected] 94
r Mai:.
Turk’s Is. **
| blid.(Sbus),. 2 50 @ 3 00
St. Martin,.. none '
j Bnnaire, 2 50 @ 3 00 |
[Cadiz,dutypd 2 75 @325 '
Cadiz,in bond 2 25 @ 2 75 I
Livcrpool,dutv
I paid,.3 00 @3 50 I
I Li v. in bond,. 2 50 @ 3 00 I
jGr’nd butter. 25 @
Meed*.
Clover lb. 9 @ to
Red Top bag, 4 >[email protected] 4 75
H.Grass, bush. 4 [email protected] 00
do C'auaaa, 5 [email protected]
Moap.
Ex St’m Ref’d @ 9
Family,. @ 8
•No. 1,. @ 7
Spice*.
!Cassia, pure,. 45 @
jCbvcs. 37 @ 40
Ginger,. 20 @
Mace,.1 70 @
Nutmegs,-1 30 @
Pepper,. 25 @ 25
Mtarcli.
Pearl,. 9 @ 10£
Sugar.
Granulated,. 11§@
Coflee A,.... 1CJ
Extra C,. @ 105
C,. 10§@
Syrups,. GO @ 80
Eagle Sugar Relinerv:
Yellow- [email protected] 84
(C). Si @
I C. 9
(G C> ... 9i
Extra C. 9}@
Hav. Brown
Nos. 12 & 10 10 ® 104
Refining,... 7|@ 8$
Tea*.
Souchong, ... 25 @ 40
Oolong,. 30 @ 45
Oolong, choice 50 @
Japan,.40
Do. choice... C5 @
Tin.
Straits, .. 36 @ 37
English. 34 @ 35
Char. 1. C.,.. 13 [email protected] 00
Char. I. X.... 16 00 @ 16 50
M. F.Teine. ..14 [email protected] 50
Antimony,_ 19 @ 20
Ziuc.*... [email protected] lli
Tobacco.
Fives and Tens,
Best Brauds, G5 @ 75
Medium,.. 55 @
Common,_50 @
Half lbs.,.50 @
Nat’l Leaf,.80 @
Navy Jbs.,.50 @
Varui*b.
Damar,.1 75 ® 2 50
[Coach,. 2 25 @ 5 50
Furniture, 1 50 @ 2 5
Wool.
Fleece washed 40 @ 42 J
do. unwashd 30 @ 33
Pullod.Super 50 @ 55
Pelts, large.., 1 50 @ 2 0
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FOB LAl’J DRV l.sj,
4 LIBERTY S4J VIOSTOK'
FOR SALE D f PORTLAND BY
SMITH, GAGE* CO. 92 Com’] St. .T. W. PERK
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RAILROADS.
BOSTON & MAINE
-—It. R-—
PORTLAND TO BOSTON
VIA
Old Orchard, Saco. Riddcford, Kennc
buuk, Rover. Baal FaISs, Exeter,
Flnvrrhill and Lawrence.
FAST EXPRESS.
Passenger train leaving Portland at 3.20 P. M.
daily (Sundays eveepted), arriving in Boston at C.5i'.
making the time in
Three Hours ami Thirty Minutes.
PARLOR CAES
ATTACHED TO TTIS TRAIN’
SEPT 29th. 1ST*.
fg=y- ■-•T'Ti PnssMiecr Trains leave Port
^ u uv a land for Boston 16.15, 19.13 A. M.
*3.20 (Parlor Cars), *6 P. M.
Returning, leave Boston at *8.30 (Parlor Cars)
A. M., 112.30, 13.30. *G.0o P. M.
Train* from tJo*»o»5 nreilue at Portlnud j
at 12.30 4,55, 8.10. 9.45 P. M.
F«r JflnnehrMcr and Concord, N. II., and !
t c NORTH via C.& P. R. R. Junction, j
16.15 A. M., *3.20 P. M.
For Lotrcll-All trains connect at Lawrence
with trains for Lowel .
Far I?Baacheftier and Concord via Lawrence
19115 A. M.
For Rochester and Alton Bay 1G.15, A. M.,
*3.20 P. M.
For Wolfboro and Center EPnrhor, via
Nteani* r Hit. Washington from Alton Ray
16.15 and *9.15 A. M.
EXCURSION TICKETS.
Portland to Wolfboro and retuni, Price $4.65; to
Centre Harbor and return $5.00.
For iBiEton nud Union t9.15 A. M., *3.20 P.
M.
For Old Orchard, Saco and Bidricfard
18.5 i A. M.
Returning, leave Riddcford at 111.25 P. 1ST.
Fo/ Ncarhoi o. ©I<l Orchard. Saco, Rid
cleford and it cun chunk 1.30 P. AT.
Returning, leave Kcmicbunlt 17.30 A. M.
For New York, Albany. Philadelphia,
Baltimore. Washington,
AND ALL POINTS *
SOUTH AN3> WEST.
The fC.15 A. M. train arrives in Boston at 10.30 A.
M., connecting with train for New York via Shore
Fine at 11.10 A. M.
The t9.15 A. M. train arrives in Boston in s asnn
to connect with the 3.00 P. M.train for New York via
Springfield; al?o with 5.3) P. Aj . (steamboat) trains
for New York via
Fall River,
Stonini'ton ami Norwich Lines.
The *3.20 P. M. train (Fast Express) arrives in
Boston at 6.50 P. M., conneccing with trains lor New'
York via Springfield at 9 00 P. M.
Passengers ticketed and Baggage checked through
by either route.
All Trains stop at Fxetcr for refreshments at
First Class Dining Rooms,
t Accommodation.
*Fast Express.
Passenger Depot in Portland, Commercial street.
Portland & Ogdenaburg R. R. passenger trains ar
rive at and depart from this station.
Passenger Depot in Boston, Haymarket Square.
Freight received at Portland & Ogdensburg R. R.
Freight Depot, West Commercial street, until 4 P.
M.
Freight station in Boston, Causeway street.
■AS. T. FURBER, Ben. Supt., Boston.
PAYSON TUCKER, General Agent, Portland.
Boston. Sept 29.1873. tf
PORTLAND & OGDENSBURG R. R.
CHANGE OF TIME.
, . _ - On and after Monday, Sept. 15,1873,
£!and until further notice trains will
w" ^i^leave, as follows:
— Portlat.d for Upper Bartlett and in
termediate stations at 7.10 A. M. and 1.00 P. M.
Leave Upper Bartlett for Portland at 6 A. M. and
12.25 P. M.
Connections by 1 P.M. from Portland:
At Sebngo Lake with steamer for Naples, Bridgton
and Harrison; at Baldwin with stages for Cornish,
Porter, Kezar Falls and Freedom; at Brownfield with
stages for Denmark and Brill ton; afrFryetmrg with
stages for Lovell and North Lovell.
Stages for Crawford Hi use leave Upper Bartlett on
arrival of trains from Portland until October 1st.
Connections in Portland
by all trains with the Bos on & Maine Railroad to or
Bom Boston and all points South and West; by 12.25
P.M. from Upper Bartlett with Steamers of Port
land Steam Packet Co., leaving Portland for Boston
at 7.00 P. M. daily.
Ticket office in Portland at Boston & Maine R. R.
Station, wheie all trains of P. & O. R.-R. arrive and
depa't.
Freight trains leave Portland at 7.20 A.M. for
North Conway, returning leave NorlliConwav at 1.30
P* J. HAMILTON, Superintendent.
Portland, Sept. 13,1873. aug30ti
MAINE CENTRAL RAILROAD.
NaiumcrAri'angruieiit, Commencing July
2t, 1S7L.
■■—-—-o Trains leave Portland for Bangor,
on, Calais and St. John at 12:15
C:r-Br- no. (sleeping and day cars on iliie
tram.)
i For Bath. Lewiston, Rockland, Augusta, Skowhe
gan, Belfast, Dexter and Bangor at 7:00 a. m.
For Batb. Lewiston, Rockland, Augusta,Readfield,
; Winthrop, Skowbegan, Belfast, Bangor, St. John and
[ Halifax at I rtjrrp: m.--—
For Lewiston, Bath and Augusta at 5.20 p m
For Lewiston via Danville at 5:15 r. m.
Trains are Due at Bortlnutl.
From Augusta,. Bath and Lewiston at 8:53 a. m.
From St. John, Bangor, and North and East at
2:45 p. m.
From Augusta and Lewiston at 5:"5 p. it.
From St. John Bangor. &c., at 1:20 a. m.
Through Tickets fu e sold in Portland and bageagf
checked throuah to Honlton, Calais, St. John, Hali
iax, Dover, Foxcroft. Rockland, &c.
L. L. LINCOLN. Superintendent First Div.
Augusta. July 1 .1873 jy28tf
EASTERN & MAINE CEN
TRAL RAILROAD.
COMMENCING SEPT. 39, 1S73.
- ___—Passenger trains leave Portland dal
Y'“''-jf^lly, for Portsmouth and Boston, (Sun
C-"4-'ays excepted) at M.30 a. M. tfi.15 A.
AI.. t9.10 a . M., 113.15 P. M.. tn.00 P. M.
Leave Bangor for Portland, Portsmouth and Bos
ton at H8.00 A. M., t!2.00 M., *7.00 P. M.
Leave Boston for Portsmouth and Portland at t7.30.
08.80A. M. 112.30, t3.15. *8.00 P. M.
Leave Boston for Portsmouth. Portland, Bangor,
Houlton, Calais and St. John at *8.00 P. Id.
Leave Boston for Portsmouth, Portland, Bangor
and St. John at ||8.30 A. M.
Leave Portsmouth for Portland at tlO.OO, 1110.35
A. M.; 112.55P.M.,t5.40 r. to.. *10.05 P. M.
Leave Portsmouth for Portland. Bangor, Houlton,
Calais and St. John at *10.05 P. M.
Leave'Portland for Lewiston. Bath, Rockland, Au
gusta. Waterville, Skowhegan, Belfast and Bangor
at t7.00 A. M.
Leave Portland (via Danville) for Lewiston, Far
mington, Waterville and Skowhegaai at tl.00 P. M.
Leave Portland for Bath, l ewiston, Rockland. Au
gusta, Skowhegan, Belfast, Dexter.Bangor, St. John
and Halifax at 111.05 P. NI.
For Lewiston. Bath and Augusta at t5.20 P. M.
For Lewiston via Danville at t5.15 P. At.
Leave Biddeford tor Portland at t7.13 A. M., re
turning at 5.15 P. M.
The 6. 15, 9.10 A. M. and 3.15 P. M. trains from
Portland, and the 8.00 A. M. train from Bangor
make close connections to New York by one or
other of the routes from Boston. Passengers ticket
ed through by either route.
The 6.15 A. M. train arrives in Boston at 10.40 A.
M„ connecting with train for New York via Shore
Line at 11.10 A. M. The 9.10 A. M. train arrives in
Boston at 1.40 P. AT. in season to connect with the
train for New York, all rail, also with the 5.30 I*. M.
(steamboat) trains for New York via Fall River,
Stonington and Norwich Lines. The 3.15 P. AI. train
arrives in Boston in season to connect with trains
for New York via Springfield at 9 P. AI.
The 9.10 A. AT. and 3.15 P. AI. trains from Portland
connect at Conway Junction with theGreat Falls and
Conway Railroad.
The 7.30 A. AI. train from Boston arrives in Port
land in season for passengers to take the cars of the
P. & O. Railroad, (via Sebago Lake) for Naples,
Bridgton, North Bridgton, Harrison and Waterford.
The 8.30 A. M. t rain fro * Boston connects with
the Grand Trunk Railway for Montreal, Quebec and
all parts of Canada East
The 12.30 P. AT. train from Boston connects with
steamer Falmouth every Tuesday for Halifax. N. S
Through tickets are sold in Portland and Baggage
checked through to Houlton, Calais, St. John, Hal
ifax, Dover, Foxcroft, Rockland, &c.
•Pullman sleeping car express tram. N. B. This
# train runs Sunday Aloruing, does not run Monday
morning.
t Accommodation train
IIFast Express.
J. PRESCOTT,
Supt. Eastern Railroad,
L. L. LINCOLN,
Supt. First Div. AI. C, R. R,
GEO. BACH ELDER.
General Agent Eastern & AI. C. R. R., Portland Me
i?2i<Jlj
GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY OP CANADA.
ALTERATION OF TRAINS.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
--- On anti after Monday, SeDt 15th
WiifiiPiTi'aina will run as follows: P U>
, ■ *a' Oww■ ^ Mail train for Gorham andaroommn.
— notion train to Island Pond, 7.15 \ »,
Mail train 1.20 P. M. .stopping at all stations tri
Island Povd.) connecting with night mail train
Quebec. Montreal and the West. Ior
Accommodation train lor Gorham and tm-o,
tions, 5.25 P. M. > sta_
TYains will arrive as follows.
Mail train from Gorham and intermediate Station.
8.51) a. in. Through mail train from Island Pond
Montreal, Quebec and (he West . .50 p. m. u
Aecomidalion train from South Paris and m.
Stations 6.15 p. m. "ay
^Passenger Offices,
74 EXCHANGE ST.
— AND —
DEPOT AT FOOT OF IIVDIA ST.
Tickets sold at Rednced Rates T
To fnnmla, I>Mroa , CHirnsco. IVlilwntj.
I<e*c. Cinciumiti. Wt. l>oui«9 On; ha,
Hagiu.nvr, Kf Paul, Wall Lake City
OenTfr, Wan E?ranciffcot
and all points in the
Northwest, West and Southwest
J. C. FHRNJVAL, Apt.
THE GRANT) TRUNK RAILWAY is in Bpleudi 1
condition, is well equipped with first-class roiline
Block, and is making the bes’ connections and quick
est time of am route from Portland to the West
J^PULLMAN PALACE DRAWING ROOM
AN!) SLEEPING CARS attached to all through
trains. *
B ggage chocked from Portland to Detroit and
Chicago, and not subject to Custom House examina
tion.
The Company are not responsible tor baggage to
any amount exceeding $50 in value'and that person
al-) unless notice Jh given, and paid lor at the rate of
one passenger for every $500 additional value.
C. J. BRYDGES. Manaainq Director
H. BAILEY. Local Suprentendent. * i
Portland, Sept. 12,1873. tj
RAILROADS,
KNOX & LINCOLN RAILROAD.
__ __ Direc rail route to Wiscasset, New
jju-.sile, Dam.u ®eotta, Waldoboro,
^Warren and Rockland.
- r .No change of cars between Portland
and Rockland.
Steamers leave Rockland for all points on the Pe
nobscot river, Macliias, Mount Desert Vinal llaven,
Hurricane and Dix Islands.
Leave Maine Central Depot, at 7.00 A. siM and 1.00
p. M.
Stages connect at Rockland, for Camden, Lincoin
ville, Northport. South Thomaston and St. George,
daily. At Rockland for Union, Appleton and Wash
ington, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
At T nomas ton tor Sc. George daily.
At Warren lor Union, daily.
At Warren for Jeilergon and Whitelield, Mondays
Wednesdays and Fridays.
At Wa.doboro* for North Waldohoro*. Washington"
and Liberty daily.
At New Castle for Bristol and Peraaquid, daily.
Freight l rains daily and freight taken at »ow rates*
JvWtf_O. A. COOMBS. Sui.’t.
PORTLAND & ROCHESTER RAILROAD.
PALL AKKANGEMENT.
Passenger Trains leave Portland
“ocliestcr and intermediate stations
tTTt m at 7.30 A.M., and 1.30 P. M.. making
direct connection at Rochester with trains for Boston,
over Boston & Maine and Eastern Railroads. Also
connect at Rochester with I>over and Winnipiseogee
Railroad lor Alton Bay, and with Portsmouth, Great
Falls and Conway Railroad lor Conway.
Leave Rochester for Portland and way stations at
7.20 A. M. and 12 M.
The 12 o’clock train making direct connection at
Rochester with trains from Boston, leaving Bostou
via Boston K Maine, and Eastern Railroads.
Leave Portland tor Gorham at LOO P. M.
Leave Gorham for Portland at 4.15 P. M.
Leave Portland lor Saco River at G.20 P. M.
Leave Saco River for Portland at 5.30 A. M.
Stages connect as follows:
At Gotham for West Gorham Standlsh. and No.
Limington, daily.
At Buxton Centre for West Buxtbn, Bonnv Eagle
and Limington .daily.
At Centre Waterboro’ for limerick, Newfleld, Par
sonslield and Ossipee, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
urdays. returning alternate davs.
At Centre Waterboro* for limerick, Parsonsfield,
daily.
WILLIAM H. TURNER, Superintendent.
oc6tc
SAVE TIME AND MONET !
Kates ns Low as tlic Lowent at the
OLD UNION TICKET OFFICE OF
W. D. LITTLE & CO
*
2^"o. 49 1-3 Exchange Street.
Procure" Tickets by the
GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE,
Via Boston, Albany anil Niagara Falls*
Only 35 HOURS from BOSTON to CHICAGO, yia
MICHIGAN CENTRAL
—AND—
Great Western Railway Line,
For Chicago. Milwaukee, St. Paul, fit.
Loan, Omaha, ttnn Francisco, anil
all Points West, Northwest,
anil Southwest, or via the
Pennsylvania Central, Pittsburg,
Fort Wayne & Chicago Railwajs
Or the Great Southern Mail Route and
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
The most Direct ami Short Lines to Florida,
Charleston, fiavannah and nil Nonthcru
Points.
Through tickets to New York. Philadelphia,
Baltimore and Washington via the Stoning
tou. Fall River and Norwich Steamboat Lines or the
nil Rail Routes via Worcester and Springfield and
the Shore Lines.
Travellers who wish tor RELIABLE information
are desired to call at our office and procure Time
Tables. Maps. &o. Our arrangements (as for the
past twelve years) are such as to enable us to afiord
every facility, and Lave no motive to deceive.
Tickets to Boston via Railroads and Steamers.
se30 dtf
HOT ELS..
HOTEL DIRECTORY,
Embracing the leading Hotels m the State, at which.
the Daily Press may always t>e found.
ALFRED.
County House, Edmnml Warrcu, Proprie
tor.
AUBURN
Elm House, Court. St. W. S. & A. Young*
Proprietors.
AUGUSTA.
Augusta House, State St. Harrison Bak
er, Proprietor.
Cony House, G. A. & IF. Cony. Proprie
tors.
BANGOR.
Harr ini an Honsc, J.E. llarriman&Co.,
PronrictnrH.
Franklin House, Harlow St., R. Oninby,
with IVF D ITlcF.niighSiii & Mon., Prop.
BATA.
Sasrndahof House, John S. NIillxken, Pro!
prietor.
Bath Hotel, C. 71. Plummer, Proprietor
BOSTON.
ImrrK.n Honor, l5nno.fr Nt. I,.Kir
Proprietor.
Parker House. School St. H. D. Parker A
Co., Proprietors.
RevereHonse. Bowdoin Sqnare.BnlfineVi,
Bingham. Wristey A Co.. Proprietors
Mt. Jam*;* Hotel—J. P. JS. Stctsop. Propri
etor.
Tnmont House. Trrmont St. Bingham
11 rislcy & Co. Proprietors.
BETHEL.
Chandler House, F. S. Chandler A Co.
Proprietors.
BOLSTER MILLS.
Hancock House,—IN. Hancock, Prop*
BRUNSWICK. ME.
P. & K. Dining Rooms, W. R. Field.
Proprietor.
CAPE ELIZABETH.
Ocean Iflonse—J. P.Chamberlain,Propri
etor.
CALAIS.
International Hotel, W. D. (Simpson*
Proprietor.
cajnuTein*
View Honse, E. H. Benintb, Prop*
DANVILLE JUNCTION.
Claris’s Dininsr Hall. Orand Trunk Rail
way Depot, IN. W. Clark. Proprietor.
DIXFIELD.
Androscoggin Honse, J. Jackson, Pro
prietor.
ELLSWORTH.
American House.—S. Jordan Si Son. Prop
City Hotel.—IV. H. Higgins & Sons, Props.
FOXCROFT.
Foxcroft Exchange D. Savage, Proprie
tor.
ORE AT FALLS, N. H.
Oreat Falls Hotel, O. A. Frost, Proprietor
HIRAM.
Ml. Cutler Honse,—Hiram Raston, Pro*
prietor*
LEWISTON.
BeWitt House, Waterhouse Si INellen,
Proprietors.
LIMERICK.
Limerick House, Joseph O. Harmon, Pro
prietor. _
NACHIAS.
Faatern Hotel.—E. E. Stoddard, Prop*
MECHANIC FALLS.
| Uuinu Hotel, P. R’ Cobb, Proprietor.
NORTH WINDHAM.
Nemasket House, W. W. Stanley, Propri
etor.
NORWAY.
Real's Hotel, O. Iff. Breen, Prop.
Kim House, IVInin St. W. W. Whitmarsh
Proprietor. _
NAPLES"
Kim House, Nathan Church Ac Sons, Pro
prietors. _
NORRIDGEWOCK.
Bau forth House, B.Bnnforth. Proprieto
NORTH ANSON.
Somerset Hotel. Browudc Hilton, Propri
etors.
OLB ORCHARD BEACH.
Orran House. R. Scary, Proprietor.
Old Orchard House, K. C. Staples,Propri
etor. __
north strateorb n. h.
Willard House, C* S. Bailey Ac Co. Pro
prietors.
PARIS HILL,
Hubbard Hotel, H. nubbard, Proprieto
PHI CLIPS.
Barden Honse, Adams & Robbinson,
Proprietors
PORTLAND.
Adams House, Temple St. Charles Adams
Proprietor.
Albion llonw, Hr l'«lFrnll«i.J.G Perry,
Proprietor.
America:? House, India St. J. H. Bodge,
Pro or?etor.
City Hotel, Cor. Congress and Breen St.
.Solm P. Bans A* Co. Proprietors.
Falmouth Hotel, P. E. Wheeler, Propri
etor.
Preble House- Congress St. Bibson fie Co.,
Proprietors.
$t. .fnltaii Hotel, Cor. Nliddle and Plum i
kits. B. K. Ward ^Proprietor.
U. S. H ©tel, Junction of Congress nnd Fed
,’.rnl Sts. K. Cram Ac Co.. Proprietor.
Wnlhec House, Opp. Boston Depot, Geo.
Bridgham .•»•., Proprietor.
Commercial House—L. O. Sanborn Ac Co.,
Prop? ietors.
PEAK’S ISLAND.
Union House—W. T. .Boucs. Proprietor.
SOUTH CHINA.
Lake Honse, J. Savage, Proprietor
RicnnoND.
Richmond Hotel, II. Springer. Proprietor
8HOWHEGAN.
Turner House, T. Is. Hussey A Co. Pro
prietors. ^
Kim House, M. H. Hilton, Proprietor,
STEAMERS.
NIAIL LINE TO
Halifax Nova Scotia,
DIRECT !
With connection* to Prince Edward Is
land uud Cape Bretou.
ONE TRIP*"PER WEEK.
: The new side wheel Steamship
FA 1 .MOUTH. Capt. W. A. Colby,
willle&ve Railroad wlmrf, Port
laud,every TUESDAY, at 5.30 P.
**"* M., (or on arrival of train leav
ug Boston at noon.)
FOR HALIFAX DIRECT
Makiug close connections with the Nova Scotia
Railway, for Windsor, Truro, New Glasgow and
Picton, and steamers foi Prince Edward Island; al
so at New Glasgow, N. S., with Lindsey’s Stages lor
Cape Breton.
V3T RETURNING will leave Halifax on THURS
DAYS, at 8.30 P. M.
For freight and further information apply to J
B. COYLE, dr., Atlantic Wharf, or
Excursion Tickets to Halifax and Return good
until Nov. I is—at reduced rates.
mar25dtf JOHN PORTEOUS. Agent.
PORTLAND
— A3D
PHILADELPHIA.
Clyde’s Iron Line of Steamers !
Running between Providence
and Philadelphia every WED
NESDAY and SATURDAY gives
direct communication to and
mm Portland and all other points in Maine, with
Philadelphia andbevond. Turough rates are given to
Philadelphia and all points reached >y the Penn.
Central and tne Phil. & Reading R. R’-i., and to all
the principal cities in the South and Southwest. No
Wharfage. No Commission tor forwarding.
Full imformation given by WALDO A.‘PEARCE,
Agent, 7 State Street, Boston, or J. B. COYLE
Jr., Portland.
WM. P. CLYDE, & CO., Gen’l Managers,
janll ly 12 So. Delaware Avenue Philadelphia.
Maine Steamship Co.
NEW ARRANGEMENT.
Steamers Chesapeake and Fian
coni. will, until further notice, run
a* follows:
* Leave Portland, every MOX
DAY and THURSDAY, at 5 P.
M., and leave Pier 38 E. R., New York, every MON
DAY and THURSDAY, at 4 P. M.
The Franconia, leaving hear every Thursday, is
lifted up with line accommodations for passengers,
making this tne mos> convenient and comfortable
route for travelers between New York and Maine.
Passage in State Room $5. Meals extra.
Goods forwarded to and from Montreal, Quebec
Halifax St. John, and all parts of Maine Shippe
are requested to send their freight to the Steamers as
early as 4 P. M.,on the days they leave Portland.
For Freight or Passage apply to
HENRY FOX, Portland
J. F. AMES, Pier 38, E. R., New York.
Mav 9-dtf
N. B.—The Steamer Chase will for the present run
in connection with the Franconia and Chesapeake,
between Portland and New York, making tn-weekly
communication. sel6
Portland, Bangor and Machias Steamboat
Co.
Inside lines "between
Portland and Knngor, Mt. Desert and
Machias.
The Steamer
CITY OF RICHMOND,
CAPTAIN C. KILBY,
Will eave Railroad Wharf,
every MONDAY, WED
NESDAY and FRIDAY
evening, at 10 o’clock,
For Bangor, touching at Rockland, Camden, Lin
coln ville, Belfast, Searsjiort, Sandy Point, Buckspon,
Winterport and Hampden.
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 PEERING,
Will leave Railroad Wharf every TUESDAY and
FRIDAY Evenings, at 10 o’clock, for Rockland, Cas
tine, Deer Isle, Sedgwick, S. W. Harbor, (Mount De
sert,! Mlllbridge, Jonesport, and Machiaspoj’t.
Returning will leave Machiasport every Monday and
Thursday mornings at 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
CYRUS STURDIVANT, Gen Ag’t.
Portland. May 19.1873. myl9tf
INTERNATIONAL STEAMSHIP CO.
Eastport, Calais and St. John, Digby,
Windsor and Halifax.
IFVaJLIj ARRANGEMENT.
TWO TBIPS PEB WEEK!
On and after Monday September
29tli the Steamer New'York, Capt.
E. B. Winchester, and the Steam
er City of Portland, Capt. S. H.
Pike, will leave Railroad Wharf,
foot of State St., every .MONDAY and THURSDAY
at <> P. M., for Eastport and St. John.
Returning will leave St. John and Eastport on the
same days.
Connections made at Eastport tor St. Andrews,
R^bbinstou, Calais, Woodstock and Houlton.
Connections made at St. John for Digby, Annapo
lis, W.ndson, Keutville. Halifax, N. S., r'rederickton,
Slie.iiac, Amherst, Charloitetown, P. E. I., and Sum
mer^ide, P. E. I.
^“Freight received on days of sailiug until 4
o’clock P. M.
sep‘J6ostcA R. STUBBS, Agent.
FOR BOSTON.
K— THE SUPERIOR HE A.GO
l.\G STEAMERS
JOmy CROCKS and FOREST CITY,
Havin', commodious Cabin and State Room ac
commodations, will run alternately, leaving
FRANKLIN WHARF, Portland,
DAILY, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED)
AT 7 O’CLOCK X>. M.
Returning leave INDIA WHARF, Boston, same
days pf 5 P. M. Fare SI.f>0.
ip^Tickets and State Rooms for saL at No 74
Excnange Street.
Through Tickets to New York via the various
Sound Lines, for sale at reduced lates.
Freight taken at low rates.
W. L. ISIULIN&K, Agent
J. H. COYLE Jll., General Agent.rach30tf
Norfolk and Baltimore and Washington
D. C. Steamship Line.
Steamships of this Line sail from
end of Central Wharf, Boston
Semi-Weekly, for NORFOLK and
BALTIMORE.
Steamships:—
“ William LawrenceCapt. F. M. Howes.
“ William Craned* Capt. Solomon Howes.
“George Appold,” Capt. Winslow Loveland.
“Blackslone,** Capt. Geo. H. Hallctt.
Freight forwarded from Norfolk to Washington
Steamer Lady ot the Lake.
Freight forwarded from Not folk to Petersburg and
Richmond, by river or rail; and by the Va. & Tenn.
Air Line to all points in Virginia, Tennessee^ Ala
bama and Georgia; anil over the Seaboard and Roa
noke R. R. to all points in North and South Carolina
by the Balt. & Ohio R. R. to Washington and 11
places West.
Through rates given to South ana West.
Fine Passenger accommoeations.
Fare including Berth and MeaL to Norfolk $15,001
line 48 hours; to Baltimore $15, time 05 bour3.
For further information apply to
E. SAMPSON, Agent.
,1une2tf 53 Central Wharf. Boston.
For Waldoboro and Damariscotta.
Tire Steamer ^
CHARLES HOUGHTON
Alex. Farnham, Or , Master, will
on and after 30th inst.. leave At
lantic Wharf every Wednesday at
6 o’clock, A. M., for Boothbay, Round Pond and
Wald«'boro, and every Saturday at 7 o’clock A. M.,
for Boothbay, Hogdon’s Mills and Damariscotta.
Returning, will leave Damariscotta every Monday
at 7 o’clock A. M., and Waldoboro, every Thursday
at 6 o’clock A. AL, connecting with the Railroads and
Boats for Boston. Freight and passage cheaper than
by any other route. Freight received after One
i O’clotk P. M., days previous to sailing.
Inquire of
HARRIS, ATWOOD & CO..
145 Commercial St.
Portland, April 23,1873.apr24tf
"boston
—AND—
PHILADELPHIA
Steamship Line.
Leave each port every Wed’s’y & Sat’U’y.
No Wharfage.
From Long Wharf, Boston, 3 p.m.
From Pine Street Wharf, Phila
delphia, at 10 a. m.
Insurance one half the rate of
_ __ sailing vessels.
Freight for the West by the Penn. R. R., and South
by connecting lines forwarded free of Commission.
PASSAGE, TEN DOLLARS.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
E. B. HAMPSON, Agent,
jn23-ly 70 Long Wharf, Horton.
The Old Union
Passenger Ticket Agency!
Is row as heretofore at
NO. 491-2 EXCHANGE STREET,
— WHERE —
TRAVELERS FOR CALIFORNIA
And tiie West, South and Northwest, may procure
Through Tickets at tl.e lowest rates, via tiie Michi
gan Central and Great Western (via Suspension
Bridge) Pennsylvania Central (via New York citv),
Chicago. Berlin-ten & Quincy, or Uock Island. Chi
cago & North Western, and all the principal and fa
vorite routes to the Pacific Coast and all other points
For Tickets apply to the Old Agency t!
W. D. LITTLE X CO.,
41* I -‘4 EXni.t.TCE STREET.
Jan30d3wistostt
Sebago Dye House,
NO. 17 PLUM STREET.
M R. H. McVEY late of Poster Dye House of this
City, has reopened the Sebago T)ye House No. n
I'lnm St., where lie is ready to do all kinds of dye
ing and cleansing of gent lemers garments. Satisfac
tion guaranteed.
„ a- McVEY, (Posters Scotch I)ver),
au-7l|lv_No. 17 Plum street.
A Fine Business Opening:
FOR a young or middle aged man of nnexceptiona
ble character. Experienced accountant and one
thousand dollars capital. Investigation is invited
Address Bos 2015 Borland Ale noygitf
_MISCELLANEOUS.
Still Ahead of Competition, Barstov-’s Wrought Iron Furnace !
; v. ' l*
"NUTTER BROS & Co., are Sole Agent* in tlie City for Barstow’s Celebrated Wrought Iron Furnace. CV
and Examine. Every Furnace Warranted
NUTTER BROS & CO.
29 MARKET SQUARE. PORTE AND, MAINE
au4tf _ _ _ _
The Magee Plate Iron Pinnace !
In tbispjour annual advertisement, we take pleasure iu calling the attention of the public to our
NEW PLA1E I R O N F IIBNACE
assured that itsuppllies a long felt want, that of a perfectly
Healthy, Economical and Durable Heating, Apparatus.
The many years that ti e MAGEE FURNACE* have b<en in u . and ; • • uniform satisfaction the
have given,* warrants us in affirming that the principle upon which they at e c> n uacted, and by which tli
tire is controlled, is the only .
True method of Cumin? Coa! with llie Greatest Clcouomy.
It has been discovered by actual experiment that Carbouir Avid Cin* will pass readily through Cast
Iron when healed to a certain temperature. To obviate this diffic ulty the M <%<► E t-i r A IAN AC’ E CO
have made a Furnace of fScavv Wrovi^lil Iron, riveted firmly together, alter the manner o
a Steam Boiler, and we fftutraniee that no you or riant can possibly escape into the air chamber.
We append the following interesting rejx'rt of tlir School Beard of the City oi Chclccu cone- ruing a testing
of the ilACJEE FURNACE with tnose of other makes: , , .
“The Carter School House was orl-lually lurnished with four furnaces by a Boston «: aler, but it was soon
found that the rooms could not bt w.irnied with them. It seems iho agreement was that n money should
be paid till the furnaces were tested and satisbiciion givi n. Satislactioii was nevr r gn on, and when it was
proposed to take the lumaces mi. it was discovered that, tlie ci*y had paid fur tlum amJ they must be a Ins
to the city. They w ere removed. Two new ftimaees of Magee *v C >. and two of another company were
then placed in the building. Magee preferred to hayc hi* placed ou the uorti hide of the building, where
had been most difficult 10 warm the building. Coal to the amount of forty t • was placed on each side of
the cellar, and notice was to be taken at the close of winter Low the coal l on dcuM. lie Magee furnace
were run week before and lour days after the others, ami at the close it was found the other iurnaces had
consumed all the ceal, and the Magee iurnaces have six tons yet to the 1 credit.
With the original furnaces there was consumed ninety tons of coal; with the pn scut furnaces but seventy
four tons, although last wiitter was by far the coMesi one. The Prudential C.m.u.iuee was instructed to
convey to Mr. Magee their thanks for the perfect satisfaction rendered bv his furnaces where they are used
in the*schools. This is considered a great triumph for the Magee Company.”
During the past year we have set over SIXTY ot these furnaces, and wculd r 1< . .’1 desiring the
BEST HEATING APPARATUS
in the maiket to the following veil known citizens of our city:
Hon. Wffl. Deering. Hen. Bion Bradbury, Copt. John W. Deering. J. I‘. T "ter. T>i„ Lewis Wliitney,
Esq., Hiram Peirce. Esq., Duran & Co. Pi,<l Hale, Eeq., If. ti. ;, L. j„ J. M. Pifielu, Eaq.. A. A.
St rout, Esq., Win. linmindnd, Esq., John VS . VV Lite, Esq., Dr. 1*. B. l > , C; : i. Honry -. Carter. F. Will
Libby, Esti., Chas. F. Paitridge,Esq., Geo. (h Hopkins, Esq., Gen. b. J An icisoo. Win. Henry Anderson
Esq., Maumieseh Smith, Esq., Henry Dunu, Eaq., Chin Hooper, Esq., Westluy Junes. Esq.,.Clius. F. Moul
on, Esq., and many others.
A. N. NOYES cV SON,
12 EXCHANGE STREET,
SOLE AGENT FOR ALL MAGEE GOODS.
831312m
THE GREAT REMEDY TOR
which can be cured by a
timely resort to thi3 stand
ard preparation, as lias been
proved by the hundreds of
testimonials received by the
proprietors. It is acknowl
edged by many prominent
physicians to be the most
reliable preparation ever in
troduced for the relief and
cure of all Lung complaints,
and is offered to the public,
sanctioned by the experience
.of over forty years. When
resorted to in season it sel
dom fails to effect a speedy
cure in the most severe
cases of Coughs, Bronchitis,
Croup, Whooping Cough,
Influenza, Asthma, Colds,
Sore Throat, Pains or Sore
ness in the Chest and Side,
Liver Complaint, Bleeding
at the Lungs, &c. Wistar’s
Balsarii does not dry up a
Cough, and leave the cause
behind, as is the case with
most preparations, but it
loosens and cleanses the
lungs, and allays irritation,
thus removing the cause of
the complaint.
PREPARED BY
SETH W. IWLE & 20HS, Eoston, Kass.,
And sold by Druggists and Dealers generally.
bov tl&weowly
0 L Do
Hgo'odhU!3'5
bitters,
D ■VVEWE.NV
BlOOj) purifieh.
CiO ^ - sr~~^c)
Wr*
TRADE MARK.
Which has stood the test tor more than 50 years is
acknowledged the most reliable Medicine for the re
lief of
JAUNDICE, NERVOUS COMPLAINTS, WEAK
NESS OF THE STOMACH AND BOWELS, LOSS
OF APPETITE, COUGHS. COLDS, HEART
BURN, BILIOUS ATTACKS. COLIC,
CRAMP IN THE STOM ACH. DIZZINESS
AND DULLNESS OF TH K HEAD, LIV
ER COMPLAINTS, PILES, PIMPLES,
BOILS. SOUR STOMACH, CONSTI
TUTIONAL WEAKNESS, head
ache LOWNESS OF SPIRITS.
COSTIV ENKSS. TND1 GESTLON,
DYSPEPSIA,
and all complaints arising trom an impure state o
the Blood, or the deranged erudition of the Stomach
Liver, Bowel* or Kidney*.
Thia Preparation is purely Vegetable, containing
Extracts in a highly concentrated form ol' Roots,
Herb* and Barks—among which nr- Sarsaparilla,
Yellow Dock, Dandelion. Gentian, Wild Cherry. Or
ange, Mandrake, Aui*o. Juniper Bertie?. &c.—raak
ing a tine Tonic alterative an t Laxative Medicine,
which never fails to give tone and strength to the sys
tem debilitated by disease. AS A BLOOD PURIFI
ER, GOODHUE’S BITTERS HAVE NO EQUAL.
FLINT & GOLDTH WAIT, Proprietors,
No. 21 St. Peter Street, Salem. Mass.
Sold by all Dealer* in Medicines generally.
au26 aeod&v 12w
NOTICF IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the subscrib
er has been duly appointed and taken upon lier
elf the trust of Administratrix of the estate f
IRA TIBBETS, late ol Cape Elizabeth,
in the County of Cumberland, deceased, and given
bonds a* tin* law direct*. Alt pers-nm K»vfn_» de
mands upon the estate of said deceased, nr * r. nired
to exhibit the same; and all persons in bbte*l to said
estate are called upon t<* make pn\ moot t<>
SARAH TIBBETS, Adm’x.
Cape Elizabeth, Oct. 7, 187J. octkllawCwTb*
For Sale Clj<*np.
ONE First Class HACK and Runners. Suitable
for one or two horses. Enquire of DANIEL F
KNIGHTS, 31 Oxtord St., Portland, Me. oc7*2w
a cheat;
—' ~pr‘
3CAL1
isSOVERYl
-—.~ “staSr1
& REMEDY!
Extract of Roots and Herbs which almost invaria
ably cure the following complaints:—
Dy*p«*p*in, Heart burn, Liver Complaints, and
Loss oi Appetite cured by taking a lew bottles.
Lassitude, Low Spirits, and Sinking Sensation
cureti at once.
Eruption*, Pimples. Blotches and all impurties
ot the blood, bursting thn ugh the skin or otherwise,
cured readily by following the directions on the bottle
f'or Kidney, Bladder and Urinary derange
ments it has no equal; one bottle will convince the
most sceptical.
Worms, expelled from the system without the
least difficulty; a tew bottles are sufficient for the
most obstinate case.
Pile** one bottle has cored the most difficult case
when all other remedies faile.l.
Perron* !>*ttlcn flics, Neuralgia, Headache,
etc., eased immediately.
lSb<‘Mi»ati*u>, Swelled Joints, and all Scrofnlar
Afflictions removed or greatly relieved by this inval
uable medicine.
15ronebitis,Catarrh, Convulsions, and Hysterics
cured or much relieved.
Difficult K5rc»thi»~, Pain in the Lungs, Side
and Cliv'st almost i variably cured by taking a few
botJes oi the Quaker l itters.
Icmalr Difficult ir*. so prevalent amoDZ
Am man ladies, yield readily to this invaluable med
ian the Quaker Bitters.
Rilliou*, Remittai u and In term Ittant Fevers, so
prevalent in many pans of our country,completely
eradicated by the use of the Quaker Bitters
The Aged tind in the Quaker Bitters just tb
article thay .tand in need of in ih ir declining vears.
It quickens the b ooa and cheers the mind, and paves
the passage down :be plane iucllned.
No One con remain long unwell (unless afflicte
wiih an Incurable <U*ease,) after taking a few bottle
of the Quaker Bitters.
Sold by all Drugsists and Dealers ia
medicines.
PREPARED BY
DR. XL. S. FLINT «5c CO.,
At their Great. Medica Depot 195 and 197 Broad
treet, Providence, R. I.
SOLD AT WHOLESALE BY
W. F. Phillips & Co. & J.W. Perkins & Co
_POliTIiAAD. eod&wtSwM
CANJ
BE
€IJREI>,
* Axn —
DR. GRATES’
HeartRegnlator
WILLJDO IT.
filVE IT A TRIAL,
and you will be convinced.
Tho Heart Regulator has been rect .mm ended by
manv Physicians. and 1b allowed by all who know its
value to be just w hat we cl. im it— a Cure lor Heart
I sense
For circulars ot testimonials, Ac., address the solo
agent,
FR IKK E.IKC tLLS.Conrord K.IT.
Friee 81 per. Battle. For sale by Frupgists gener
ly. vT. W. Perkins A Co., A W. F. Phillips A Co.
wholesale dealers. JanlSeodAwly
| a !•; t v s b u k a
EKVrARVSTNF. WATER-Tbs Great Medic
Bine os N in nr. It dorscd by the Highest Medi
cal Amhoritios. Restores Mnsenlar Power to the
Paralytic, Youthful Vigor to the Aged, and lie
Tetops the Young at a Critical Period; nis-olTcs
Calculi amt ‘‘Cb .iky” Deposits; Cures Gout
Rheumatism. Dysp pd i, Neuraljda. Gravel Dia
hetes. Ids. -os o» the Klin o. River and Shin
Abdominal Drops-, ( hr ntc Diarrhoea, Constipa
tion, Asthma, Nervonst ess. Sleeplessness. Gener
al Debili v. and licit 'v evei v el s* of Chronic M<
ease. Pamphlets containing History of tbeSpritu
ami Test n onlals fioro Medical Journals, Emin
ent PhvsMans and Distinguished Citizens, nnt
hike by mail hy 1YH.TNEY Br.OS.. General
Auenls, --7 Soot I, Front St.. Philadelphia. For
‘■.’s’ " d i auHtlSu
TWW . s^ • i-A
DissolultOH oi irlirlnersllip
~\TOT ”E is lierchv given that the firm of Scribner
Jl.i & Andrews is licieby iifrjolwd by mutnalcon
"CDt- R. G. SCRIBNER,
SILAS I). ANDREWS.
All demands of the late tirm will be settled by eith
er of theabovo porMop. , .
Uiisiicld, March lUtb, 187 J« au23dti

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