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POETRY._
From “Poems by W. D. Howells,” published by
J. R Osgood & Co.]
Before tlie Gate.
They gave the whole long day to idle laughter,
To fitful song and jest,
To moods of soberness as idle, after,
And silences, as idle too as the rest.
Bnt when at last upon their way returning,
Taciturn, late and loath,
Through the broad meadow in the sunset burning,
They reached the gate, one tine spell hindered
them both.
Her heart was troubled with a subtile anguish,
Much as but womeu know
That wait, and lest lore iqte&k or si>eak not languish.
And what they would, would rather they would
txot to;
Till he said,—man-like nothing comprehending
Of all the wondrous guile
That women won win taeuiselves with, and bending
Eyes of relentless asking on her the while,—
“ah, if beyond this gate the path united
Otti steps as tar as death.
And I might open it!—” Ills voice affrighted
At It* own daring, faltered under his breath.
Then she—w h un both hi* (kith ami fear enchanted
Far beyond words to tell,
Fwellng her woman's finest wit had wanted
The art be had that knew to blunder so well—
hhylv drew osar, a little step, and mocking,
“Shall we not be too la:e
For tew?” she saM. “I'm quite worn out with walk
ing i
Tee, thanks, year arm. And will you—open the
gate?”
WING & SON’S
PIANOS!
(Successors to DOANE, WING & CUSHING.)
The American Piano.
FIRST PREMIUMS.
Illinois State Fair, 1870.
Alabama State Fair, 1871.
Ohio State Fair, 1871 & 1872.
Texas Stale Fair, 1872.
Numerous County Fairs.
frym Mr. Edward Hoffman, the celebrated Pianist
•‘I conscientiously be "eve that your Piano is in
every respect « fftost ma}/ni_ficeut instrument.**
Form the “Independent**
•‘The American Piano has deservedly become
very popular instrument.**
Purchasers' testimonials from all parte ol the U. S.
WARRANTED SEVEN (7) YEARS
Prices Low for the Quality.
Responsible Agents wauled tor 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
WING & SON,
417 Broome St., New York.
Pl7iy
WHEREAS William Parker of the City of Port
land in the Comity of Cumberland and State
of Maine, on the twenty-fourth day of March A. D.
1873 by his mortgage deed of that date recorded in
the Cumberland Registry ot Deeds, Book 390 Page
226, conveyed to Samuel F. Merrill of Portland afore
said a certain lot of land with the improvements
thereon situate in the town of Cape Elizabeth in said
County of Cumberland and bounded as follows viz:
Beginning at the most South Western corner of
Thomas Robert’s homestead lot, thence running
south 44$ degrees west, ninety-nine rods by land
which the said Parker cold to Silas Skillins to other
land owned by said Skillins; thence south-easterly
by said Silas land to the Murry road thirty rods;
thence north 76 degrees east by said road, seventy
rods, to land sold by the said Parker sold to W, H.
Skillings; thence north 19 degrees west ten rods;
thencw north 75$ degrees east by said W. H. Skillins
land, eighty rods to the Long Creek road; thence
northerly by said road to Silas Skillins mill privil
ege; thence by said mill privilege to Thomas Roberts
land; them e westerly by said Roberts land to the
first bounds; containing fifty five acres more or less;
with authority m case of breech of the condition in
said mortgage to sell said premises at auction and
from the proceeds to pay the debt secured thereby
and ail expenses incurred in the collection of said
debt; and whereas the condition of said mortgage
has been broken by said Parker*
This is to give notice that said lot with the im
provements thereon, will be sold at public auction on
said premises on the 10th day of January A. D. 1874
at 11 o,clock in the forenoon for the reason and pur
pose aforesaid.
SAMUEL F. MERRILL,
Bv Bradbury & Bradbury,
oc7d3m his Attys.
BOSTON LEAD CO.,
[Incorporated in 1829.]
J. H.Cliadwick & 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 LEAD, TIN
PIPE. TIN-LINED PIPE, IRON PIPE
and FITTINGS, PUMPS, &c., &c.
Our Pure White Lead, b oth dry andground in oil
we warrant to be strictly pure, and guarantee
that tor fineness, body and durability, it is not sur
passed by any Lead in the market, either foreign or
American.
jy In order to protect ourselves, we have adopted
as our t'ade-mark an eight-pointed red star, with
corporate seal in the centre. This is on every pack
age of our Pure lii ad. None genuine wituout it.
W, F. Phillips & Co.,
AGENTS FOB THE CO.,
46 48 MIDDLE ST.
_ febl8__ lvTT&S
Providence Tool Co.
1,121VIS OLIVER A PHILLIl’N
Wm. H. Haskell & Co. Rhode Island Nut Co
READING BOLT AND NET WORKS.
A W. GIFFORD & Co.,
Manufacturers of
Heavy Hardw are and Rail
road Supplies.
Marine Hardware & Ship ChandJ
lery.
THE “PROVIDENCE” CLOTHES
WRINGER
J. H* WORK, Agent,
44 Broad Street,
ju21deowlvr Boston HIhnh.
Notice to Owners of Lots in Ever
green Cemetery.
ANY person owning lots in Evergreen Cemetery,
by calling ar the Office ot the City Treasurer
and paying the sum ot one dollar for each lot, will in
sure the best ot care for the same by the Superintend
ent for the current year; and any person paying the
sum ot twenty-five dollars will secure the care oi
their lots by the city for all time.
JAS. BAILEY, )
J. S. PALMER, } Trustees.
^ C. E. JOSE, )
DOGS—Any Dogs fonnd in the inclosure after his
date without the presence of master will be in peril
JAS. BAILEY,
J. S. PALMER,
C. E. JOSE.
my19dt/
CHAMPAGNE.
JUST RECEIVED FROM
REIMS, FRANCE,
IN QUARTS AND PINTS,
porter ^ at N°' 146 ExcLang6 Street by the 1m
H. PEl'RET.
_flng5___ 3m
SCALE l\ amiU Hs
I will Remove and Prevent
SCALE in any Steam Boilers, 01
make no chaise. Address,
GEO. W, LORD,
mv3dtf PHII.ADEI.PniA. PA.
-4----.
Firm Cl I an, Bool and Shoe Store for Sale.
LOCATION of great value. A good Hat and Cap
bufllnees connected; well established, with an In
eraaung run of good euBiomers; clean and well ee
lected stock. TAYLOR & CO., 3 State'Street, Bos
ton. oclfd3t
MISCELLANEOUS.
IIAHYEWA^Y
MAGNETIC MOVEMENT CUBE
LOCATED AT
TABBYTOWNONTHB HUDSOB.
Complete restoration to health by the laying on of
hands guaranteed to selected cases. No drugs used.
Clairvoyant diagnosis by a skilled proficient. Con
sumption, Ccrebro-spinal meuiugitis, Spinal Curva
tures, Irritations. Softening ot the Brain, all forms of
Dvspcpsia. Rheumatism, Chills aud Fever, other
Liver Complications; specific iu Uterine Difficulties.
Paralysis. Bed-ridden from \arimis causes, aud all
fi.nus* of acute and chtonic diseases successfully
treated at their Institution, where spacious rooms
can be had. Hygienic board, invigorating atmos
phere, pleasant walks, picturesque and beautiful sur
ronti lings Conn* and see ever day. or address Drs.
C. C. & P. A. K. Du sen bury, Tarrytown, N. Y., or
16 W. 24th. St.. NT. Y. City. Mondays and Fridays, or
address Post-Office box 3556 N. Y.au!3d!2wt
fOPERCENT.NET.
THE IOWA LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY will
invest money on first-class Real Estate at 10 percent,
interest, net, payable semiannually to New York,and
w ill garantee the collection of all loans made through
its Agency. All charges raid by the borrower. Please
write, before investing, for New York and New Eng
land references, md full particulars. Samuel Mer
rill, (late Governor of Iowa,) President. Address
JAMES B. HARTWELL, Sec’y, Draw 167 Des Moi
nes, Iowa. _sep20t4w
“CAMPHORINE”
The Greatest Discovery of the Age for the relief and
cure of ICheumnliam, chronic »u«l acute,
Npi'ninw, Briii»ew, Pain in Chest, Bade, or
l.inihv A till' Joints, wtrnins, dlnncliilar
MwclIingH, Inflammation, Neuralgia,
Buntom, Catarrh, Are. Will not grease or
stain the most delicate fauric, which makes it a lux
ury in every family. Try it and be convinced ot its
great merit. Price 25 cents per bottle. REUBEN
HOYT, Prop’r, 203 Greenwich St., N. Y. se20t4w
sep20 • d4w
The Haskins Machine Co.
Fitchburg, Mass.. Manu’rsot
Vertical nud II arizoutal
MTK \ !H EKCl.KhM.
Our COMBINED ENGINES &
BOILERS are made in quanti
ties and to standard, gauges so
that all parts are interchangea
ble. Can be run with greater
safety and less c\|*snsc than any
other engine manufactured, Biz
e*» from 1 to 20 horse-power.
WAREROOMS, No. 4€ OOBT
LANDT ST.. N. Y. Send for
circular.
WORKING CLASS
$60 a week guaranteed. Respectable employment at
home. * iay or evening; no capital required;' lull in
struction* A valuable package of goods sent free by
mall. Address, with six rent return stamp, M.
YOU KG & CO., 173 Greenwich St„ Y. w»20t4w
NEVER
Neglect a tough Nothing Is more certain to
lay tbe foundation iw future evil consequences.
WELLS’ CARBOLIC TABLETS.
arc a sure cure for all diseases of the Respiratory Or
gans, Sore Throat, Coals, Croup, Diphtheria, Asthma,
Catarrh, lioreeuess, Dryness of the Throat, Windpipe,
or Bronchial Tubes, and all diseases of the Lungs.
In all cases of sudden cold, however takeu, these
TABLETS should be promptly and freely used. They
equalize the circulation of the blood, mitigate the se
verity of the attack, and will, in a very short time re
store healthy action to the affected organs.
Wells’ Carbolic Tablet* are put up only in
blue boxes. Take no substitutes. If t. ey can’t be
found at your druggists aend at once tothe Agent
in New York, who will forward them by return
mail.
Don’t be deceived by Imitations.
Sold by all druggists. * Price 25 cents a box.
JOHN Q. KELLOGG, 18 Platt-st., New York.
Send for circular. Solo Agent for United States.
sep20__d4wt
77£h Thousand in Press—First Month.
Remarkable Success. Seim
III 4 dayB, and another 8438 in 8 days, selling
Ocean’s Storyi,
covert and Adventure upon, and the Wonders
Beneath tbe Great Oceans. Diving, Dredging,
Telegraphing, &c. spirited Engravings. Price
extremely low. Sells amazingly fast. Strike quick
for choico field. Address HUBBARD BROS., Pub’s,
53 Washington St., Boston. se20t4w
Agent* Wanted. Send for Catalogue.
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO,,
oc1NEW YORK. 4wt
For
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
AND ALL THROAT DISEASES,
Use
Wells’ Carbolic Tablets.
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
ATK1ED AND SURE RGHEDY.
Sold by Druggis.oclttw
Agents and Canvasser
D U wanted.—Lectures and
Sermonsof Key. W. M. Punshok, LL.D. Best
and Cheapest Family Bibles, Maps, Charts,
Pictures, Golden Pens, Sewing Silk and Linen
Thread. Apply for terms to L. L. Guernsey. Pub.,
Concord N. H. «cli4w
OLD MAIDS
Teachers, Students, Clergymen, Postmasters, and
wide awake Young Men, and Men and Women of
all classes:
Yon can easily earn a first-class Sewing Machine;
or Books sufficient to stock a Libarary; or home
valuable Pictures to beautify your homes; or a nice
S ereoscope; or a good time keeper (Clock or Watch);
or a Music Box; or a Gold Pen; or a Photographic
Album :or a Stand Kerosene Lamp for your Parlor;
or a Fine Accordeon; or Webster’s Illustrated
Quarto Dictionary; or Roger’s World Renowned Sta
tuary Groups; or a Fine Violin: ora R mington
Rifle Cape; or Remington Double Barrel Breach
Loader Shot Gun; or a Cabinet Orgau worth $140;
by simply working up your unoccupied tune in a
way explained in the circulars of the M. hTP. Co.
Perfectly legitimate and respectable; many would
say Philanthropic. Address M. H. P. CO., 129 East
18th St., New York. oc2t4w
W inchester House,
EUROPEAN PLA1.
COBIWKR OF
BROADWAY AND 31ST STREET,
NEW YORK.
THOS. D. WINCHESTER,
ooBtlw ' Proprietor
N.Y. SAFETY STEAMPOWERCO]
3 0 COUKTLAND ST.,
NEW YORK.
Superior Steam Engines and
Boilers, by special machinery
and duplication of parts. They are
Safe, Economical, Easily Manag
ed and not liable to derangement,
Their Combined Engine and
Boiler is peculiarly adapted to
all purposes requiring email pow
er. More than 400 engines, from
z iiju uurmi-power, m use. neuu ior uuisrraieu
circular._ oc2tl2w
Canvassing Books sent free for
Prof. Fowler’s Great Work
On Nnnbood. Womanhood and their
JVlutual I liter-relation*: Lore, It* Law
Power, etc.
Agents are selling from 15 to 25 copies of this
work a day, and we send a canvassing book free to
any book agen'. Address, stating experience, etc,
National Publishing Co. Philadelphia, Pa. oc3t4w
AW ATCHFREE^tJMKS
man who will act as our agent. Business light and
honorable. $300 made in 5 days Saleable as flonr.
Everybody buys it. Can’t do without it. Must have
it. No Gift Enterprise, no Humbug.
oc4t4w KENNEDY & CO.. Pittsburg, Pa.
WATERS’ CONCERTO l'AKLOR ORMANS
are me most Deauiutti tn
style and perfect in lone
rfe. ever made, The CON
;•» C'DRTO STOP is the l>e«t
' III J
* Organ. It is pnxlvced by
ail extra set of reds pe
culiarly voiced, the
n|ja»EEEECT of which is
SgtMOST <PS ARM H NG
g&^wd SOUL STIR
35nItING9 while Us UQ.
ml 1 TAT DON of the IB CI
|f MAN VOICE is SIJ
fi{ P£BII. Terms liberal.
1a great
Coffer, hobace
^•WATERS & SON, 481
Broartwav. N. Y., Kill
dispose oj ,JUU JL'cwki *f,*i»^*j*^ ij aiim«
class makers, including WATERS’, cl ex
tremely lowprlces for cnsl»,orpartwi,and
balance in small moiKlilv i a rmenls. New 7
Orlnve first-class PI A NOS, all modern
improvements.S275 ^c/i. ORGANS 5
Octave, 870. OOt ltl-E-KEED OR<*ANS,
SJOO;4-STOP 81 JOSS-STOP, 81*25, and up.
wards. ILLUSTRATE!) CA TA LOG ULS MAILED. A large
discount to Ministers. Churches, Sunday-School*, Temperance
Societies, Lodges, etc AGENTS WANTED,
oc6 t4w
TO |
BOOK
AGENTS!
ProNpertUHCH are now ready
for our three new books, viz:
TDK OlfiDED AGE, by
Mark Twain & Ciias. D. War
ner, illustrated bv Augustus
Hoppin. EVERY BODY’S
FRIEND, by J08II BlLLINS,
illustrated by Thomas Nast, and
'Juauuiji iniL.L.KK s great worn. I a ■ B* 1-; ATIW^fi
THE HOHOES. Nothing need be said about
these books. Every ody knows they will outsell all
others, and wise agents will act according and apply
for territory at once to AMERICAN PUBLISHING
CO., Hartford, Conn. ocl4t4
rhe HighcMt iflediral Authorities og
Enrope say the strongest Tonic, Purifier and
Deobstruent known to the medical world is
JURUBEBA
It arrests decay of vital forces, exhaustion of the
nervous system, restores vigor to the debUitst**
cleanse vitiated blood, removes vesicle obsir, SSSSl
and acts directly on the Liver and Spleen, ph™ 2?
a bottle. JOHN Q. KELLOGG, 18 Platt St.. New
York. oel4t4w
6
MISCELLANEOUS. _____
“TAKES”on sight •combination ]
-■■■ r, _ anvmtserB,
Agents and Salesmen ! -Henry Ward Beecher s
family newspaper starts its Fall campaign, giving
subscribers a pair of the largest and finest OLEO
GRAPBS,—two most attractive subjects tha “take”
on sight,—painted by Mrs. Anderson, as contrasts
and companions for her “ Wide Awake” and “Fast
AsleepAgents have immense success; call it the
“best business ever offered canvassers.” We furnish
the lightest and handsomest outfit and pay very high
commissions. Each subscriber, old or new, receives
WITHOUT DELAY two l*eutitul pictures. Full sup
ply ready for immediate delivery. The paper itself
stands jieerless among family journals, being so pop
ular that of its class it lias the largest circulation tn
the world! Employs the best literary talent Ed
ward Eggleston’s great serial story is just beginning;
back chapters supplied to each subscriber. Mrs.
Stowe’s long expected sequel to “J/y H ife and 7”
begins in the new year. Any one wishing a good
salary or an independent business should send lor
circular and terms to J. B. FORD A GENTS
& CO., New York, Boston, CMca-xaLWAftTKD.
go, Cincinnati or San Francisco. ocl4d4wt
ua Pearl’s White Glycer
ine penetrates the skin with
i out injury, eradicates all
- Spots. Freckles, Tan, Moth
Patches, Black Worms. Im
purities and Discolorations;
1either within or upon the
skin, leaving it smooth, soft
& pliable. For Chapped
Hands, Rough or Chafed
Skin it is the best thing in the
_ world. ASK YOUR DRUG
GIST FOR IT. TAKE WO OTHEB. 0l4t4w
The Magic Comb^K^i
change any colored hair to a permanent black or
brown anil contains no poison. Trade supplied at
low rates. Address, MAGIC COMB CO., Springfield,
Mass. ocl4t4w
13 T OTJTTI A Invalids or Tourists will find a
1- Aivltll/A.very pleasant location, large
rooms, first-class table, courteous attendance and
reasonable prices, at the Riverside House. Address
A. F. Styles, Prop., Jacksonville, Fla. oc!4t4w
Genuine Waltham Watches Sent C. O. D.
The best and cheapest in the world an • the most
accurate. Illustrated price list and lowest rates sent
free. Address FULLER & CO., 28 Bond St., New
York. ocl4t4w
HOTELS.
HOTEL DIRECTORY,
Embracing the leading Hotels tn the State, at which,
the Daily Press may always be found.
ALFRED.
C ounty llouar, Edmund Warren,Proprie
tor.
AUBURN
Elm House, Coart. At. W. A. A A. Vonng,
Proprietor*.
AUGUSTA.
Augnnta Eloame, A late At. Harrison Bak
er, Proprietor.
Cosy Hoaae, G. A. A H. Cony. Proprie
tor*. _
BANGOR.
Harriman Hoase, J.K. Harriman A Co.,
Proprietor*.
Franklin Homo, Harlow At., B. Quinby,
with M U BrLsaghlip A Aon., Prop.
BATH.
Sagadahoc Hoo*e,Jobn A. Milliken, Pro;
prielor.
Balk Hotel, C. M. Plummer, Proprietor
BOATON.
American House, Hanover At. L.Ric
Proprietor.
Parker Hoase, Achool Ac. H. B. Parker A
Co., Proprietor*.
Severe Hoase, Bowdoin Square,Bnlflnch,
Bingham, Writ*ley A Co.. Proprietors
At. James Hotel—J.P.M. Stetson, Propri
etor.
Tu rnout House. Tremont At. Bingham
Wrisley A Co. Proprietors.
BETHEL.
Chandler House, F. A. Chandler A Co.
Proprietors.
BOLSTER MILES.
Hancock House,—M. Hancock, Prop.
BRUNSWICK, ME.
P. A K. Hitting Rooms, W. R. Field.
Proprietor.
CAPE ELIZABETH.
Ocean House—J. P. Chamberlain,Propri
etor.
CALAIS.
International Hotel, W. H. Simppon
Proprietor.
CAMDEH.
Bay View House, E. H. Rem nth, Prop.
DANVILLE JUNCTION.
Clark’s Rining Hall, Grand Trunk Rail
way Repot, M. W. Clark. Proprietor.
RIXFIELR.
Androscoggin House, J. Jackson, Pro
prietor.
ELLSWORTH.
American House.—8. Jordan & Son, Prop
City Hotel.—N. H. Higgins & Sons, Props.
FOXCROFT.
Foxcroft Exchange, R. Savage, Proprie
tor.
GREAT FALLS, N. II.
Great Falls Hotel, O. A. Frost, Proprietor
HIRAM.
Mt. Cutler House,—Hiram JBaslon, Pro*
prietor.
LEWISTON.
Re Witt House, Waterhouse & Me lien,
Proprietors.
LIMERICK.
Limerick House, Joseph G. Harmon. Pro
prietor.
MACHIAS.
Eastern Hotel.—E. E. Stoddard, Prop.
MECHANIC FALLS.
Union Hotel, P. R’ Cobb, Proprietor.
NORTH WINRHAM.
Nemasket House, W. W. Stanley, Propri
etor.
NORWAY.
Beal’s Hotel, O. H. Green, Prop.
Elm Honse, Main St. W. W. Whitmarsli'
Proprietor.
NAPLES
Elm House, Nathan Church 6c Sons, Pro
prietors.
NORRIDGEWOCK.
Danforth Honse, D. Danforth. Proprieto
NORTH ANSON.
Somerset Hotel. Brown Ac Hilton, Propri
etors.
OLD ORCHARD BEACH.
Ocean Honse. B. Seavy, Proprietor.
Old Orchard House, E. C. Staples, Propri
etor.
NORTH STRATFORD N. H.
Willard Honse, C* S. Bailey 6c Co. Pro
prietors.
PARIS HILL.
Hubbard Hotel, H. Hubbard, Proprieto
PHILLIPS.
Barden House, Adams 6c Robbinson,
Proprietors
PORTLAND.
Adams Honse, Temple St. Charles Adams
Proprietor.
Albion House, 117 Federal St. J.G Perry,
Proprietor.
American House, India St. J. H. Dodge,
Proprietor.
City Hotel.Cor. Congress and Green St.
John P. Davis 6c Co. Proprietors.
Falmouth Hotel, P. E. Wheeler, Propri
etor.
Preble nouse. Congress St. Gibson 6c Co.,
Proprietors.
St. Jnlinn Hotel, Cor. Middle and Plum
**ts. G. E. Ward ^Proprietor.
U. S. Hotel, Junction of Congress and Fed
eral Sts. E. Crnm Ac Co., Proprietor.
Walker House, Opp. Boston Depot, Geo.
Bridgham Jr., Proprietor.
Commercial House—L, O. Sanborn 6c Co.,
Proprietors.
PEAR’S ISLAND.
Union House—W. T. Jones. Proprietor.
SOUTH CHINA.
bake Honse, J. Savage, Proprietor
RICHMOND.
Richmond notel, H. Springer. Proprietor
SROWHEGAN.
Turner House, T. 1ft. Hussey 6c Co. Pro
pricto rs.
Elm House. M. H. Hilton, Proprietor,
TRADE MARK.
and UL U E,
FOR LAUNDRY USB,
4 LIBERTY S«*., BOSTON
FOR SALE IN PORTLAND BY
SMITH, GAGE & CO , 92 Com’l St. J. W. PERK
I NS & CO., 86 Com’l St., HOYT & FOGG, ~onk»ell
er(. jyif'rWSu.%11
3 SINQlSq\JBBER
la.- ‘ J AH0 DOUBUt -
J WEATHER-STRIPS
H sMZ? H44VZ?0H>rj'.
■ FOR SALE BY AGENTS . MANUFACTURED BY
■ S ROEBUCK & C2 NEW.YORK a BOSTON.
ocl-5 ___lm
Dissolution of Partnership.
NOT-OE is hereby given that the firm of Scribner
& Andrews is hereby dissolved by mutual con
sent.
R. G. SCRIBNER,
SILAS D. ANDREWS.
All demands of the late firm will be settled by eith- ,
•r of the above parties.
OttrtlrM. March 10th, 1*73. auKdtt
RAILROADS.
BOSTON & MAINE
— It. It.-—
PORTLAND TO BOSTON
VIA
Old Orchard, Saco, Diddcford, Kenue
buuL. Dover, b'real Falla, Fxeicr.
Haverhill and JLawreuce.
FAST EXPRESS.
Passenger train leaving Portland at 3.20 P. M.
daily (Sundays excepted), arriving in Boston at t».5U.
making tbe time in
Three Hours and Thirty Minutes.
PARLOR CARS
ATTACHED TO T'lIS TRAIN
SEPT 39tb. isr:t.
r"="I3SS73? Pawfnjlfr Train, leave I'ort
PUVi'Sf-iMK land for Bouton t6.15, t9.15 A. M.
*3.20 (Parlor Care), *6 P. M.
Returning, leave Boston at *8.30 (Parlor Care)
A. M., tl2.30, t3.30, *ti.OO P. M.
Train, front Bo.Ion nre due at Portland
nt 12.30 1,55, 8.10, 9.45 P. M.
For Mnnehr.lcr and C oncord, IV. II., and
tbeNORTH via t!.& P. B. It. Junction.
+6.15 A, M-, *3.20 P. M.
For I.owell— All trains connect at Lawrence
wi th trains for Lowel.
For Manchester and Concord via Lawrence
+9.15 A. M.
For Rochester and Alton Bay +6.15, A.
*3.20 P. M.
For Wolfboro nnd Center Hnrbor, via
Nlcnmcr Mt. Washington from Alton Bar
16.15 and *9.15 A. M.
EXCURSION TICKETS.
Portland to Wolfboro and return, Price $4.65: to
Centre Harbor and return $5.00.
For Milton nnd Union +9.15 A. M., *3.20 P.
M.
For Old Orchard, Saco and Biddcford
t8.50 A. M.
Returning, leave Biddrford at +11.25 P. M.
For Mearboro, Old Orchard, Karo, Bid
deford and Keunebunk 1.30 P. M.
Returning, leave Kennehnnk 17.30 A. M.
For New York, Albanr, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington,
AND ALL POINTS
SOUTH AI¥I> WEST.
The tfi.1.3 A. M. train arrives in Boston at 10.30 A.
M., connecting with train tor New York via Shore
Line at 11.10 A. M.
The t9.15 A. M. train arrives in Poston in eason
to connect with the 3.00 P. M.tram for New York via
Springfield; also with 5.3J P. If. (steamboat) trains
tor New York via
Fall River,
Stouington and Norwich Lines.
The *3.20 P. M. train (Fast Express) arrives in
Boston at 6.r>0 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 Exeter tor refreshments at
First Class Dining Rooms,
t Accommodation.
♦Fast Express.
Passenger Depot in Portland, Commercial street.
Portland & Ogdensburg 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.
•TAS. T. FURBER, Gen. Siipt., Boston.
PAYSON TUCKER, General AgeDt, Portland.
Boston, Sept 29.1873. tf
PORTLAND & OGDENSBURG R. B.
CHANGE OF TIMF. _
_ 1L On and after Monday, Sept. 15,1873,
until further notice trains will
gt^rpi^^jjieave, as follows:
Portland for Upper Bartlett and in
termediate stations at 7.10 A. M. and 1.00 P. M.
Ijeave Upper Bartlett for Portland at 6 A. M. and
12.25 P. M.
Connections by 1 P. HI. from Portland:
At Sebago Lake with steamer for Naples, Bridgton
and Harrison; at Baldwin with stages for Cornish,
Porter, Kezar Falls aud Freedom; at Brownfield with
stages for Denmark and Brid ton; at Fryeburg with
stages for Lovell and North Lovell.
Stages for Crawford House leave Upper Bartlett on
arrival of trains from Portland until October 1st.
Connections in Portland
by all trains with the Boston & Maine Railroad to or
from 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 F*. R.
Station, where all trains of P. & O. R. R. arrive and
depart.
Freight trains leave Portland at 7.20 A.M. for
North Conway, returning leave North Conway <t 1.30
P. M. J. HAMILTON, Superintendent.
Portland, Sept. 13, 1873. ang30tr
MAINE CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Summer Arrangement , Csmmencing July
Trains leave Portland for Bangor,
Houlton, Calais and St. John at 12:15
a. m. (sleeping and day oars on this
tram.)
For Bath, Lewiston, Pockland, Augusta, Skowhe
gan, Belfast, Dexter and Bangor at 7:00 a. m.
For Bath, Lewiston, Rockland. Augusta, Readfield,
Winthrop, Skowhegan, Belfast, Bangor, St. John and
Halifax at 1 :Q5 p. m.
For Lewiston, Bath and Augnsta at 5.20 p m-.
For Lewiston via Danville at 5 :lo p. m.
Trains are line at Portland.
From Augusta,. Bath and Lewiston at 8:55 a. m.
From St. John, Bangor, and North and East at
2:45p. m.
From Augusta and Lewiston at 5:55 p. m.
From St. John , Bangor, &c., at 1:20 a. m.
Through Tickets are sold in Portland and baggage
checked through to Houlton, Calais, St. John, Hali
fax, Dover. Foxcroft, Rockland, &c.
L. L. LINCOLN, Superintendent First Div.
Augusta, July 13.1873 jy28tf
EASTERN & MAINE CEN
TRAL RAILROAD.
coniniENcinrc sept. 29,1873.
Passenger trains leave Portland dai
ly, for Portsmouth and Boston, (Sun
days excepted) at *1.30 A.M. t6.l5 A.
M., t9.10 a. M., H3.15 P.M., tfi.OOP. M.
Leave Bangor for Portland, Portsmouth and Bos
ton at 118.00 A. M., 112.00 M., *7.00 P. M.
Leave Boston for Portsmouth and Portland att7.30.
II8.30A. M, 112.30, t3.15. *8.00 P. M.
Leave Boston £pr Portsmouth, Portland, Bangor,
Houlton, Calais and St. John at *8.00 P. M.
Leave Boston for Portsmouth, Portland, Bangor
and St. John at ||8.30 A. M.
Leave Portsmouth tor Portland at tlO.OO, J] 10.35
A. M.; 112.55 P. M., t5.40 P. M., *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 Skowhegan at tl.00 P. M.
Leave Portland for Bath, lewis ton, Rockland, Au
gusta, Skowhegan, Belfast, Dexter,Bangor, St. John
and Halifax at Hi.05 P. M.
For Lewiston, Bath and Augusta at t5.20 P. M.
For Lewiston via Danville at 15.15 P. M.
Leave Biddeford lor Portland at t7.15 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 Aork by one or
other of the routes from Boston. Passengers ticket
ed through by either route.
xiic u n. ax. iuuu o,i iivcn iu jouniuu hi xu.tu 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. M. in season to connect with the
train for New York, all rail, also with the 5.30 P. M.
(steamboat) trains for New York via Fall River,
Stonington and Norwich Lines. The 3.15 P. M. train
arrives in Boston in season to couuect with trains
for New York via Springfield at 9 P. M.
The 9.10 A. M. and 3.15 P. M. trains from Portland
connect at Conway Junction with tbeUreat Falls and
Conway Railroad.
The 7.30 A. M. train from B.*»4 ■* Arrives in Port
land in season for passengers to l av the can of the
P. & O. Railroad, (via Sebago lake) for Naples,
Bridgton, North Bridgton, Barnaul ami Waterford.
The 8.30 A. M. train fro Boston connect* with
the Grand Trunk Railway for Montreal, Quebec and
all parts of Canada East
The 12.30 P. M. 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 Morning, does not run Monday
morning.
t Accommodation train
ilFast Express.
J. PRESCOTT,
• Supt. Eastern Railroad,
L. L. LINCOLN, ’
Suut. First Div. M. C, R. R.
GEO. BACHELDER,
General Agent Eaetem & M. C. B. R., Portland Me
’tt ’
GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY OF CANADA.
ALTERATION OF TRAINS.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
- Cm and after Monday, Sept.lBtli,
f??**“???*?**lTraiu8 w ill run as follows:
- Mail train for Gorham and accommo
" ■ Mation train to Island Pond, 7.15 A M
Mail train 1.20 P. M. (stopping at all stations to
Island Poud.) connecting with night mail train for
Quebec, Montreal and the West.
Accommodation train lor Gorham and wav sta
tions, 5.25 P. M. waysta
Trains will arrive as follows.
Mail train from Gorliam and intermediate Stations
8.50 a. m. Through mail train from Island Pond
Montreal, Quebec and the West 2.50 p. m.
Accomidation train Irom South Paris and wnv
Stations 6.15 p.m. y
IPassenger Offices
74 EXCHANGE ST.
— AND
DEPOT AT FOOT OF INDIA ST.
Tickets sold at Reduced Rates!
To Canada, Octroi*, Chicago, Milwau
kee. Cincinnati, HI. Louis, Omaha
Saginaw,,St. Paul, Salt Lake City ’
Denver, San Francisco, *
and all points in the
Northwest, West and Southwest
J C. FURNIVAL, Agt.
THE GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY Is in 8rleIlrIl,
condition, is wen equipped with first-class rolling
stock, and is making the best connections and quick
est time of anv route from Portland to the West
W-PITLLMAN PALACE DRAWING ROOM
AND SLEEPING CARS attached to all through
trains. *
T5. ggage checked irom Portland to Detroit and
Chicago, and not subject to CuBtom House examina
tion.
The Company are not responsible tor baggage to
any amount exceeding $50 in value (and that person
al) unless notice is given, and paid tor at the rate of
one passenger tor evenr $500 additional value.
C. J. BRYDGES, Managing Director
H. BAILEY. Local Suprentendent.
Portland, Sept. 12,1873. tf
RAILROADS.
STO»WGTo¥liSe!
FOR NEW YORK,
ahead of am. other*.
1 liis is the only inside route Avoid
ing Point Judith.
Seamboat Express trains leaves Boston from Bos
ton & Providence K. K. DeDot daily except Sunday
at B.30 P. M. connecting at Stonington with the en
tirely new and su[ierb Steamer Rhode Island, every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and with the oleg
ant ana popular Steamer Stonington every Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday, airiving in New York al
xynyst in advance of all other lines. Baggage
cheeked through.
Tickets procured at depots of Boston & Maine and
Eastern Railroads and at Rollins & Adams H2 Ex
chaiige St, ana w. D. Little & Co.. 494 Exchange St.
L<*- PILKINS, D. S. BABCoCK.
Gen. Pasenger Ag’t. New York. President.
ocl4_dly
PORTLAND & ROCHESTER RAILROAD.
fall arrangement,
SSff&gSl. Passenger trains leave Portland
—Rochester and intermediate stations
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 Dover and Winnipiseogee
Railroad lor Alton Bay, and with Portsmouth, Great
Falls and Conway Railroad for 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 Boston
via Boston & Maine, and Eastern Railroads.
Leave Portland lor Gorham at 4.oo P. M.
Leave Gorham for Portland at 4.45 P. M.
Leave Portland for Saco River at (5.20 P. M.
Leave Saco River for Portland at 5.30 A. M.
Stages conneet as follows:
At Gorham for West Gorham, Standish. and No.
Limington, daily.
At Buxton Centre for West Buxton, Bonny Eaale
and Limington .daily. ^
At Centre Waterhoro’ for Limerick, Newfield, Par
sonstield and Ossipee, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
urdays, returning alternate days.
At Centre Waterhoro’for Limerick, Parsonsfleld.
daily.
WILLIAM H. TURNER, Superintendent.
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KNOX & LINCOLN RAILROAD.
Diret rail route to Wiscasset. New
P?5"??®?!,™BiC:i8tle, Damar.scotta, Waldoboro,
~'~ww-T\Varren and Rockland.
No change of cars between Portland
and Rockland.
Steamers leave Rockland for all points on the Pe
nobscot river, Machias, Mount Desert Viual Haven,
Hurricane and Dix Islands.
I/oave Maine Central Depot, at 7.00 A. m.. and 1.00
P. M.
stages connect at Rockland, for Camden, Lincoin
▼ille, Northport. South Thomaston and St. George,
daily. At Rockland for UnioD, Appleton and Wash
ington. Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays.
At Tnomaston lor St. George daily.
At Warren lor Union, daily.
At Warren for Jetterson and Whitelield, Mondays
Wednesdays and Fridays.
At Waldoboro’ for North Waldoboro’, Washington"
and Liberty daily.
At New Castle for Bristol and Pemaquid, dally.
Freight Trains daily and freight taken at iow rates^
jv29dtf C. A. COOMBS. Sun’t.
SAVE TIME AND MONET !
Rates nu Low as the Lowest at the
OLD UNION TICKET OFFICE OF
w. D. LITTLE & CO..
IN”o. -49 1-2 Exchange Street.
Procure Tickets by the
GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE,
Via Boston, Albany and Niagara Falls.
Only 35 HOURS from BOSTON to CHICAGO, via
MICHIGAN CENTRAL
-AMD
Great Western Railway Line,
For Chicago. Milwaukee. 8t. Paul, St.
Louis, Omaha, San Francisco, and
all Points West, Northwest,
and Southwest, or via the
Pennsylvania Central, Pittsburg,
Fort Wayne & Chicago Railways
Or the Great Southern Mail Route and
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
The most Direct and Short Lines to Florida,
Charleston, Savannah and all Southern
Points.
Through tickets to New Vork, Philadelphia,
Baltimore and Washington via-the Stoning
tou, Fall River and Norwich Steamboat Lines or the
all Rail Routes via Worcester and Springfield and
the Shore Lines.
Travellers who wish lor RELIABLE information
are desired to call at our office and procure Time
Tabled, Maps, &c. Our arrangements (as for the
past twelve years) are such as to enable us to afford
every facility, and have no motive to deceive.
Tickets to Boston via Railroads and Steamers.
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__ STEAMERS. _
Norfolk and Baltimore and Washington
1). C. Steamship Line.
Steamships of this Line sail from
end of Central Wharf, Boston
Semi-Weekly, for NORFOLK and
BALTIMORE.
Steamships
nee,” Capt. F. M. Howes.
“William Crane,” Capt. Solomon Howes.
“George Appold,” Capt. Winslow Loveland.
“ R lack stone,” Capt. Geo. H. Hallett.
Freight forwarded trom Norfolk to Washington
Steamer Lady ot the Lake.
Freight forwarded from Not folk to Petersburg and
Richmond, by river or rail; ami by the Va. & Tenn.
Air Line to all points in Virginia, Tennessee, Ala
bama and Georgia', and over the Seaboard and Roa
noke R. /?. to all points in North and South Carolina
by the Balt. & Ohio R. R. to Washington and li
plat es West.
Through rates given to South ana Wrest.
Fine Passenger accommod at ions.
Fare including Berth and MenI., to Norfolk $15.00'
line 48 hours; to Baltimore $15, time 05 bourse
For further inform * ‘
lnne?tf
For Waldoboro and Damariscotta.
The Steamer
- CHARLES HOUGHTON
Alex. Farnham, Jr., Master, will
on and after 90th inst.. leave At
lantic Wharf every Wednesday at
6 o’clock, A. M., for Boothbay, Round Pond and
Waldoboro, 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 G o’clock A. M., connecting with the Railroads and
Boats for Boston. Freight and passage cheaper than
by any otlier route. Freight received alter One
O’clotk P. M., days previous to sailing.
Inquire of
HARRIS, ATWOOD & CO.,
145 Commercial St.
Portland April 23.1873. apr24tl
""boston
—AND—
PHILADELPHIA
Steamship Line.
Leave each port every Wed’s’y & Sat’d’y.
No Wharfage.
From Long Whart, Boston, 3 turn.
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. SAMPSON, Agent,
jn23-ly 70 Long Wharf, Rot ton.
MAIL LINE TO
Halifax Nova Scotia,
DIRECT!
Witb^connectionn to Prince Edward In
land and Cape Breton.
ONE TRIPPER WEEK.
The new side wheel Steamship
FALMOUTH, Capt. W.A. Colby,
willleave Railroad wharf, Port
land, every TUESDAY, at 5.30 P.
M., (or on arrival of train leav
ng Boston at noon.)
FOR HALIFAX DIRECT
Making close connections with the Nova Scotia
Railway, for Windsor, Truro, New Glasgow and
Pictou, and steamers fox Prince Edward Island; al
so at New Glasgow, N. S., with Lindsey’s Stages for
Cape Brel on.
RETURNING will leave Halifax on THURS
DAYS, at 8.30 P. M .
For freight and further information apply to J
B. COYLE, Jr., Atlantic Wharf, or
SS^Excursion Tickets to Halifax and Return gor.d
until Nov. Its—at reduced rates.
mar25dtf JOHN PORTEOUS. Agent.
PORTLAND”
— AND S'
PHILADELPHIA.
Clyde’s Iron Line of Steamers !
Running between Providence
and Philadelphia every WED
NESDAY and SATURDAY gives
direct communication to and
rom Portland and all other points in Maine, with
Philadelphia and beyond. Turough rates are given to
Philadelphia and all points reached ^y the Penn.
Central and the Phil. & Reading R. R*s., and to all
the principal cities in the South-and Southwest. No
Wharfage. No Commission lor forwarding.
Full information 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 A.venue Philadelphia.
Maine Steamship Co
NEW ARRANGEMENT,
Steamers Chesapeake and Fran
conia will, until further notice, rnn
as follows:
Leave Portland, every MON
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
fitted up with line accommodations for passengers,
making this tne most convenient and comtortable
route tbr 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 t o
HENRY' FOX, Portland
J. F. AMES, Pier 38, E. R., New York.
May 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 tri-weekly
communication. sel6
The Old IJn ion
Passenger Ticket Agency!
Is now as heretofore at
NO. 491-2 EXCHANGE STREET,
— WHERE —
TRAVELERS FOR CALIFORNIA
And tne West, South and Northwest, may procure
Through Tickets at tLe lowest rates, via the Miclii
fun Central and Great Western (via Suspension
irldge) Pennsylvania Central (via New York city),
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy, or Rock 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 >1
W. D. LITTLE * CO.,
49 1-9 EXCHANGE STREET.
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Portland, Bangor and Machias Steamboat
Co.
Inside lines between
Portland and Ranker, Ml, Dcnerl and
Machinn.
The Steamer
CITY OF RICHMOND,
CAPTAIN C. KILBY,
p-JSalvfelxH Will cave Bailroail Wharf,
»-,r -"A every MONDAY, WED
g I .' 1 - NESDAY and IP IDA Y
evening, at 10 o’clock,
For Bangor, touching at Rockland, Camden, Lin
colnville, Belfast, Searsnort, Sandy Point, Bucksport,
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 «n Portland at
o’clock P. M.
The Steamer Lewiston,
CAPT. CHARLES DEERING,
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,> Millbridge, Jonesport, and Machiasport.
Returning will leave Machiasport every Monday and
Thursday mornings at 6 o’clock, arriving in Portland
same evening, connecting with the Pullman Night
Train ami early Morning Trains for Boston.
For further particulars inquire of Ross & Sturdi
vant, 179 Commercial Street, or
CYRUS STURDIVANT, tSco Ag’t.
Portland. May 19.1873. myl9tf
INTERNATIONAL STEAMSHIP CO.
Eastport, Calais and St. John, Dishy.
Wiiidnor and Halifax.
PTaIjIj ARRAUS’G-EJIVIinjSrT.
TWO TRIPS PER WEEK!
On and after Monday September
29th the Steamer New*York, Capt.
E. B. Winchester, and the Steam
er City of Portland, Capt. S. H.
1--Pike, will leave Railroad Wharf,
foot of State St., every MONDAY and THURSDAY
at 6 P. M., for Eastport and St. John.
Returning will leave St. John and Eastport on the
same days.
Connections made at Eastport for St. Andrews,
Robbins ton, Calais, Woodstock and Iloulton.
Connections made at St. John for Digby, Annapo
■ lis, Windson. Kentville. Halifax, N. S., Frederickton,
Sherliac, Amherst, Charlottetown, P. E. I., aud Sum
merside, P. E. I.
t3P“Freiplit received on days of sailiug until 4
rtVlivlt P M
sep26ostv A. K. STUBBS, A sent .
FOR BOSTON.
THE SUPERIOR SEA-tiO
(NO STEAMERS
JOHN BROOKS nn<t FOREST CITY,
Having commodious Cabin and State Room ac
commodations, will run alternately, leaving
FRANKLIN WHARF, Portland,
DAIT.Y, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED)
.A.T 7 O’CLOCK F. Til.
Returning leave INDIA WHARF, Boston, same
days at 5 P. M. Pare$l.fiO.
jf^Tickets and State Rooms for sa)o at No 74
Exchange Street.
Through Tickets to New York via the various
Sound Lines, for sale at reducetl iates.
Freight taken at low rates.
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j. K. t > iiS'. Jlc„ General Agent.mcb30tf
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have made a Furnace of flrnvr Wrought Iron, riveted firmly logethyr. atter the maimer o
a Steam lioiler. an l we guarantee that 1:0 gas or dust van possibly escape into the air chamber.
We append the following ii.tei tiding rtj (it of the School Board of the City ot Chelsea concerning a testing
of the HIAtSEE FURN ACE with those of other makes:
“The Carter School Home was originally furnished with four furnaces by a Boston dealer, but It was soou
found that the rooms could not be warmed with them. It seems the agreement was that n * money should
be paid till the furnaces were tested and satisfaction givm. Satisfaction was never given, and when it was
proposed to take the furnaces out it was discovered tba. the city had paid Hr them and they must be a 1<»
to the city. They were removed. Two new furnaces of Magee & Co. a ml two of another company were
then placed in the building. Magee pieleried to have his placed 011 the north skfe of the building, where
bad been most difficult 10 warm the building, ( c al to the amount of b uy Ions was placed on each side of
• the cellar, and notice was to be taken at the dose of winter low the coal ! r ie tie i« si. T) e Magee furnace
were run a week before and lour days after the others, and at the close it was found the other lurnaees had
consumed all the real, and the Magee furnaces have six tons \et to the 1 credit.
With the original furnaces there was eonsun ed uiucty tons of coal: w ith lit present furnaces but seventy*
four tons, althoogh last winter vn byfai the coldest one. The Prudential Committee was instructed to
convey to Mr. Magee their thanks for the p« rfect satisfactk 11 rendered i>> hia furnaces where they are used
in the schools, 'iliis is considered a great triumph for the Magee Company.”
During the post year we have set over Nl AT V of these furnaces, and weuld refer all desiring the
BEST HE ATI NO APPARATUS
in the maiket to the following well known citizens of our city:
H°n. Wn. Deeilng. ll.n. Bion UnuiboryCnpt. John \Y. Peering, J. P. Baiter. Esq., Lewis Whitney,
E«q„ Hiram lVIree. Erq-. l*«r»o f Co^Ftjd liato, kau., H. t;. Beatley, Knq., J. M. Ftteki, Esq., A. A.
Strout, Esq., W iu. Hammond, Kwp, John W . U Idle. Ik, l>r. B. B. Kc*ter, Cant. Henry Carter. F Will
Libby, Em|.. ('hat. F. Faitri«lgef Lmj., Geo. C. Hopkins, E*q.f Gen. S. ,1. An. tor moo, Win. Henry Auderauii
Eimj., Mauiiai*at*h bndtli, Kwj., Henry l>unn, Lj**|., Oiin Hooi>er, Eaq., Weotley .June*. 1 jw Ckia. F Moul
n, Eaq., and many others.
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14 EXCHANGE STREET,
SOLE AGENT FOR ALL MAGEE GOODS.
mo 1* lira •
Still Ahead of Competition, Barstow'a Wrought Iron Furnace I
m m Tim—r ■ 11 ' "** 1 " *”'T ■irTl "Til i mu *■
NUTTER BROS & Co., are Sole Agents in- the City forBarstow’s Celebrated Wrought Iron Furnace, ( a
and Examine. Every Furnace Warranted
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In Board of Mayor and Aldermen, J
ORDERED that the City Clerk «ive notice to the
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A Attcst01>y’ II. I. ROBINSON, City Clerk,
ocll ’ d;|w
A Finv Busings Opening
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