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POETRY.
In Exile.
Tiie sea at the crag’s base brightens,
And shivers in waves of gold;
And overhead, in Its vastness,
The fathomless blue is rolled.
There conies no wind from the water,
There shines no sail on the main,
And not a cloudlet to shadow
The tarih with its fleecy grain.
Oh! give in return for this g «-r',
U So passionate, wzrm ami
The mist of a HighUn<i val*eY
The breeze from a Scottish lull.
Div after day slides slowly,
^yer and ever the same;
Sets of inteusest splendor,
Airs which smite hot as flame,
Birds of imperial plumage,
Palms straight as columns of fire,
Flatter and glitter around me;
But not so my soul’s desire.
I long for the song of the laverock,
The cataract’s leap and flash,
The sweep of the red deer’s antlers,
The gleam of the mountain ash.
Only when night’s quiescent,
And peopled with alien stars,
Old faces ccine to the casement,
And peer through the vine-lea veil bars.
No words! But 1 guess their fancies—
Their dreamings are also mine—
Of the laud of the cloud and heather—
The region ot Auld Lang Syne.
Again we are treading the mountains,
Below us broadens the firth,
And billows ot light keep rolling
Down leagues of empurpled heath.
Speed swift through the glowing oj ics,
Stout ship, which shall bear me home;
O pass, as a God-sent arrow,
Through tempest, darkness and loam.
Bear up through the silent girdle
That circles the flying earth,1
Till there shall blaze on thy compass
The lode-star over the north,
That the winds of the hills may greet us,
That our footsteps again may be
a the land of our heart’s traditions,
And close to the storied sea.
Chamber's Journal.
PortlaadWheleiaie Price Current*
Corrected for the Pbess to Jan. 28, 1874.
Apple*.
Green,. 3 50 @5 00
Dried,western 10% 12
do eastern. 10® 13
Ashe*.
Pearl, ... 11 @ 11*
Pot. [email protected] 11
Bean*.
Pea.3 00 @3 23
Mediums.2 37 @2 62
Yellow Eyes.. .3 12 %3 37
Bex Skoals*.
[email protected]
Bread.
Pilot Sun. ...10 00 @12 00
Pilot ex.lOOtb 7 50 @ 9 00
Ship. 5 50 @ 6 00
Cracker&piOO 40 @ 50
Batter.
Family, %>tb .. 33® 40
Store. 20® 25
dandle*.
Mould, lb- @ 13
Suerm. 35 @ 371
Cement.
$>bbl.2 33 @2 40
Cheese.
Vermont,^ lb. 12 @ 13
Factory. 15 @16
Y. Dairy.. 12 @ 13
Coal—(Retail.)
Cumberland... 0 [email protected] 9 50
Piclou.8 00 @8 50
Chestnut.7 50 @8 00
Franklin.9 50 @10 00
D’ghiVV.ABh. .8 [email protected] 9 00
CoOee.
dava.pib. 38 @ 39
Kio. 30 @ 31
Cooperage.
Hhd. Shooks and Heads.
Mol. City.... @ 2 61
Sug. City... .2 30 @
Sug. C*try... 1 60 @16!
Country Hi. Mol.
Hh’dSh’ks 1 [email protected]
Hh’d Headings,
Spnce 35 in. 28 @
Soft Pine,.. 28 @
Hard Pine, 30 @
Hoops,(14ft),40 00 @ 45 00
K.OakStaves 50 00 @
i. m. nneaunug ih* 26
Bronze do. 3 26
Y. M. Bolts,.. 32 3
Cordage.
American,^ lb, 12} @ 13
Russia,. 13} 3 14
Manila,. 16* 317*
Manila B’ltr’p 18* 3
Drags and Dyes.
Alcohol, <f?gal,2 00 3
Arrow Boot, 25 3 55
Bi-CarbSoda, 7 3 3}
Borax. 22 3 23
Camphor. 33 3 35
Cream Tartar 43 3 45
Indigo,.125 3 1 55
Logwood ex., 11}3 12
Madder,.... 17 3 18
Naptha. |*gal 25 3 30
Opium,. 7 253 3 00
Khubarb,.... 75 3100
Sal Soda..... 3} 3 3}
Saltpetre.... 10 3 13
Sulphur,... . 4}3 5}
Yitrol,. 12 3 13
Daek.
No. 1,. @ 44
No. 3,.,.. 3 40
No. 10,. 3 26
Ravens,
8 oz.,. 22
10 oz.,. 28
uycwwvuR.
Bar wood,.... 3 @
Brazil Wood, 6 ® 7
Camwood,.. 6® 7
Fustic,. 2J® 3
Logwood,
Cam peachy, [email protected] 2\
St. Domingo, 1§® 2\
Peach Wood, 5$®
RedWood.... 2*®
Fish.
Cod, perqtl.,
L’ge Shore, .5 25 ® 5 50
L’ge Bank, 4 00 ® 4 50
Small,.3 25 ® 3 50
Pollock,.2.50 ® 3 25
Haddock,....1 75® 2 25
Hake,.1 37 ® 1 75
Herring,
Shore, {? bbl 3 50 @4 50
Scaled,!? bx 22 ® 27
No. 1,. 17 ® 22
Mackerel, $9 bbl.,
Bay No. 1, 15 [email protected] 00
Bay No. 2, 12 00®14 00
Large 3.11 00®12 50
Shore No . 1,..2100®23 00
No. 2,.13 00®15 00
Medium,. ...0 50®11 00
Clam Bait. 5 0o®6 00
Fl«nr.
Superfine,.... 600 @6 50
Spring x,... 6 50 @7 50
“ xx,.. 7 50 ® 8 50
Mich. 8 00 ® 8 50
“ “ xx 8 50 ® 9 50
„ Family 9 50® 10 00
Illinois x,. 7 00 ® 8 00
“ xx,.... 8 00®i0 00
St. Louis x,.. 8 50 ® 9 50
“ « xx, 10 00 @ 11 50
r run.
Almonds,....
Sott Shell,.. 22 @ p
Shelled,.... 40®
Pea Nuts,.... 2 25 @ 2 75
Citron. 33
Currants,
Dates,
Figs.
Prunes.
Raisins,
Layer, 2 60 2 70
L. M. new 3 10 ! 25
New Val.jp lb @11^
Lemon", fc> box 4 00 95 00
Oranges p case 8,00® 9 oil
P boxes,- 3 [email protected] 5(1
Grain,
Corn, Mixed,. 95 @ 97
Fellow,. 97 @1 00
Meal. 93® 95
Rye,. @ 125
Barley,. 75 ® 85
Oats. 63 @ 68
Fine Feed, . 30 00 @ 32 00
Shorts,.. 28 00 @ 30 00
Gnnpowiler.
Blasting. 4 50 @ 5 00
Shipping,- 4 50 ® 5 00
Hay.
Pressed,iptonie 00 @18 00
Loose,.11 00 @ 20 00
Straw,..10 00 @ 12 00
■ roe*
Common, ... 31® 3}
Ketined,.. 4 a 44
Swedish. (a) 8
Norway,. 8 a 8*
Cast Steel, .. 20 ® 23
German Steel 14 3 15
Shoe Steel -. 6* 3 7
Spring Steel . a @ 12
Sheet 1 ron,
English,. 0 ® 01
R. G. 8 ® 8»
Russia. 21 3 22
Galr,. 11 g 16*
l.uril.
Kegs, Ip lb,.. 10Jg 101
Pierces, lb ltd a) 10A
Pail. /I*® 12
Caddies. 12*a 12*
Lead.
Sheet & Pipe.. 10 @ 10|
Pig. « (01 H
JLcather.
New York,
Light. SO @ 31
Mid. Weight 30 @ 33
Heavy .... 30 @ 33
Slaughter.. . 41 @ 46
Am. Call-.'-120 @1:5
Liinc*
Rockland e’sk.l 35 @
Lumber.
Clear Pine,
Nos. 1 & 2.50 00 @00 00
No 3.40 00 @50 00
No. 4.30 00 @40 0C
Shipping. .20 00 @30 00
Spruce.13 00 @17 00
Hemlock . .13 00 @15 00
Clapboards,
Spruce ex.30 00 @35 00
do No. 1.20 00 @27 00
Pine.45 JO @65 00
Shingles,
Cedar ex... 3 50 @ 5 00
Cedar No 1. 2 50 @ 3 25
do Shaved 4 00 @ 6 50
Piue do... 4 00 @ 6 00
Laths,
Spruce. 2 00 @
Pine. 3 00 @ 3 5Q
lUHIVUO.
Star, $>gros. 195
illalasMs.
Porto Kico .... 40 @ 50
Cieul'ugos.... 40 @ 42
Muscovado., , 36 @ 37
New Orlearn.... 70 @85
Mus tart.
'Sagua..,. 35 @ 40
Nails.
I Cask.4 75 @
Naval Stores.
Tar,^ bbl ... 5 50 @5 75
Pitch (C. Tar). .4 50 @4 75
WiJ Pitch.... 5 50 @575
Rosin,.5 25 @ 8 00
Turpentine,gl 55 @ 60
Oil.
Kerosene,— @ 22
Port.Kef.Petr @ 17
Sperm,.1 88 @ 1 92
Whale,. 85 @ 90
Bank. 58 @ 68
Shore,. 50 @ 60
Porgie, .... 50 @ 55
Linseed,. @ 97
Boiled do.,.. @ 1 02
Lard,. 85 @ 90
Olive,.1 25 @ 1 75
Castor,.1 90 @ 2 00
Neatsroot,.... 1 25 @ 1 50
Elaine,. 55 @ 58
Paiats.
Port. Lead,.. 11 25 @
Pure Gr’d do 11 50 @11 75
Pure Dry do 11 50 @
Am. Zinc- 10 @ 12
Rochelle Yell [email protected] 34
Ene.Ven.Red [email protected] 4
Red Lead,... 11 @ 12
Litharge. 11 @ 12
riaiier.
White, & ton,.. @ 3 50
Blue,. @ 3 25
Ground,in bis 8 00 @ 9 00
Calcined, brls 2 75 ® 3 00
Produce*
Beef Side,^lb 9 @ 13
Veal,. 10 ® 12
Mutton,. 12 ® 15
Chickens,.... 15® 13
Turkeys,. 15 ® 20
Eggs, & doz., 29 ® 32
Potatoes,|>bu C5 @ 75
Onions,.. 6 00 @6 50
Cranb’s^bbl.ll 00® 13 50
Bound hogs_7 @ 8
Provisions.
MeBS Beef,.. 9 00 @10 00
Ex Mess, . 12 00 @ 13 00
Plate,.... 13 00 @ 14 00
ExPiate,.. 16 50 @17 50
Pork,
Backs,.... @2100
Clear,. @20 00
Me S3,. @ 18 00
Prime,..., none
Hams,. 12 @ 13
Rice*
Rice, lb,.. 8® 9*
Malera us*
Saleratus, *plb, 7 ® 9*
Malt.
Turk’s Is. & ■
hhd.(8bus),. 2 37*® 2 87*
St. Martin,.. none
Bonaire, 2 50 @ 3 00
Cadiz,duty pd 2 75 ® 3 25
Cadiz,in bond 2 25 ® 2 75
Liverpool,duty
paid,.3 00 @ 3 50
Liv. in bond,. 2 50 @ 3 00
Gr’nd butter, 25 ®
Meeds.
Clover lb.,.... 9* @ to*
Red Top bag, 4 23® 4 50
H.Grass, bush. ® 3 75
do Canada, none
Soap,
fx St’m Ref’d 1
amily,.
No. 1,. i .
I apices.
Cassia, pure,. @ 45
Cloves,. 60 @ 65
Ginger,. 20 @
Mace.1 62 @ 1 65
Nutmegs,-1 20 @ 1 30
Pepper,. 25 @ 25
Starch.
Pearl,. 9 @ 10)
Hsgar.
Granulated,. 10|@ 10)
Coffee A,.... 10 @ 10)
Extra C,. @ 9)
. c. US 9)
Syrups. 60 @ 60
Eagle Sugar Refinery:
Yellow.... none
Extra do. none
C. none
Hav. Brown
Nos. 12 & 16 10 @ 10)
Refining,.. [email protected] 8)
Teas.
Souchong, ... 25"@ 45
Oolong,. 35 @ 50
Oolong, choice 55 @ 80
Japan,.. ..45 @ 70
Do. choice... 70 @ 100
Tin.
Straits,,. 33 @ 31
English. 31 @ 32
Char. I. C.,.. 12 [email protected] 13 00
Char. I. X.,.. 1500 @15 25
Teine- •' ••.. @13 60
Coke.11 [email protected] 50
Antimony,.... 18 @ 19
Zinc. 10) @ 10)
M UVUIXOi
Fives and Tens,
Best Brands, 65 @ 75
Medium,.. 55 @
Common,.... 50 (g
Half lbs.,.50 @
NatM Leaf,.89 (g
Navy lbs.,.50 (g
Vnrnioh.
Bamar,.1 75 @ 2 50
Coach,.2 25 @ 5 50
i? urniture, 150 (jg 2 5 I
Wool.
Fleece washed 40 @ 42 !
do. unwashd 30 (g 33
Pulled,Super 50 (g 55
Pelts, large ,, 1 [email protected] 25
Lambskins ... none
Portland Daily Press Mtock List
For the week ending Jan. 28, 1874,
•Corrected by w. E. Wood, Broker, 67 Exchange.
Descriptions Par Value. Offered Asked
®oW.Ml... Ill}
Government 6 s, 1£81,. 1184 ...116}
Government 5-20’s, 3862.1U|. ...115
Government 5-20’s, 1664,.116*_116
Government 5-20’s, 1865.117* .. 117
Government 5-20’s, .July, 1865,. 118*. ...116
Government 6-20’s, July, 1867.117#. ...117
Government 5-20’», July 1868 . m{ jjf
Government 10 40’s,.. iil* ifi
Stateof Maine Bonds,.’.'.!'.. djo
Portland City Bonds, Munteinki.'.. oi
Bath City Bonds,.. .. “*••••■«
Bangor City Bonds, 20 years,..!. in ‘
Calais City Bonds.S’ ••■• j}0
Cumberland National Bank,.. .340..'.'.. ' as— 2S
Canal National Bank. 100.’.’iao '"
First National Bank.100. 130 "' isi
Casco National Bank,.100.!.13o ""131
Merch ants’ National Bank,.. .75.96 "97
National Trailers’ Bank. 100.130 ... 131
Portland Company,. 70 75
Portland GasCompany,.50.’!’,*.’.’.’.. 65 .'!. 67
Ocean Insurandb Cornnanv_ too.01 oi
Atlantic & St. Lawrence B. It.. .do " '' os
A. & K.K. R. Bonds,. $ „
Maine Central R. R. stock.106 " " 50 "" no
Maine Central R. R. Bonds, 7’s.. 96 " os
Leeds & F’rm’gton R. R. Bonds,100.hi '' ’ s?
Portland & Ken. R. R. Bonds.. 100 ’ ’ 85 ’ 87
Portland & OgilensbnrgR.R. Bonds eoid.on
Portland & Rochester R. R. Bonds, 7’s ’ 90 asked
Old Age, not Disease, should end onr Days
LIEBIG’S
LIQUID EXTRACT OF BEEF !
A SUPERIOR CORDIAL :
Composed of
BEES' BBANDY,* TONICS.
ne^s^Dv-Mieniftt i11' faculty in all cases of wcak
recomcndei/ fe udnt®Ivou»„maIaJ|e»- Especially
LIQUID Extract. r„r V, S.ee ;hat you get the
and Wine Merchants. -Whit^i D™Kgl6t, Gwcen,
way New York City. Uole»ale Depot 32 Bro&d
~dc3d6---CO.
NOTICE TO LUIB£BH£N
Fm Sale, Four Hundred Sauar#» aa«i
limits, well covered with large PineI’iitn3inIb®r
the River Gatineau, near Ottawafcam!i„ nlte<A on
vevors’ report and map of the limits limy be^n".?'
calling on the undersigned at 90 Exchange's^!? by
I858118 JAS.E.PllWDLE.
MEDICAL.
catarrhT
CATARRH!!
Behold It As It Is!
Let any one suffering from this nasty and foul dis
ease look at the above picture of his nasal organs—
behold the inflamed passage—view the throat filled
to repletion with the mucous, which auickly passes
to the lungs and stomach; how disgusting the
thought, and yet thousands day by day neglect to nse
simpTe remedies, which will certainly cure them. A
short trial of the remedy.
Raeder’s GERMAN SNUFF,
"Will soon convince you of its wonderful merits in
curing this vile disorder; a disease which, when seat
ed, produces Consumption, from which there is no
escaj e; one little box of tlie German Snuff will cure
your Catarrh, and then the foul matter will disapear
horn your throat, and you will again breathe with
out trouble; in fact you will be cured, and then and
not till then, will you look like the following:
How great the change; how improved your nasal
organs have become. There are thousands of people
who have spent
Hundreds of Hollars
i TO CURE CATARRH,
But they have obtained no relief, and why ? Because
in the first place the remedies given them were worth
less, and in the second place
But Few Physicians
Understand Catarrh.
Years ago Professor Raeder, a renowned German
Chemist, devoted his entire attention to the study of
this singular complaint; after years of research he
was at length rewarded, and presented to the world
Raeder’s GERMAN SNUFF,
A Vegetabie Compound, which always has cured,
and never in a single instance has failed to fully sat
isfy those who have used it. Please bear in mind it
is not a compound that will Sneeze your Head off
but in a mild and gentle way penetrates the secre
tions of the Head, and removes the disgusting muc
ons which have clogged 5 our nose, throat and even
your lungs. Try one little box, costing but 35 cents*
and you will bless the day you used it. Remember
that as a Preuentative you must always have a Box of
Raeder’s GERMAN SNUFF,
Which will by its use PREVENT disease and save
you hundreds of dollars.
GERMAN SNUFF
Will Cure
A SAD COLD.
Who is free from them in this, our changing climate.
A few applications and you are freed from this com
mon but severe complaint.
GERMAN SNUFF
Will Cure
Heaviness in the Head,
So common to people, who at times find it so very
troublesome that they are unfit for all business pur
poses ; in reality it is caused by an excess of mucous,
which can be removed.
GERMAN SNUFF
WilliCurel
DROPPING IN THE THROAT.
Is anything more disgusting; and yet thousands ot
people will allow this disease to continue until at
last they have Consumption, which cannot be cured.
GERMAN SNUFF
Will Cure
Dartial Deafness,
Caused only by the passages being filled with mat
ter, which the Snuff penetrates as if by magic, and
in a short time you feel like a new being.]
GERMAN SNUFF
Will Cure
A BAD HEADACHE,
And because, in nine cases out of ten, all headaches
hare their origin in a diseased state of the nasal or
gins. Many people keep a supply of the Snnff on
and simply lor troubles of this nature.
GERMAN SNUFF
Will Cure
SORE and WEAKEYES.
Hundreds of testimonials might be produced,
showing the wonderful cure as performed upon the
eyes by using the German Snuff, but one trial alone
is needed to convince the most doubtful of its merits.
GERMAN SNUFF
Will Cure
NOISES IN THE HEAD,
Mw afflcted wl'n,'1 w "t:'il'l5,tro''Me’ wlllch many are
Snuff tbe^noiseB are Boon^removed^and bj^ita €BHgM
UBe are never again troubled with them.5 8
PAEENT8,
Children have Catarrh
Yes, many a little one who, with palid face and
droopmg form, complains of being all “stuffed up,”
aT]Bu<A57>y 'la.V is growing worse, is often troubled
with Catarrh lu its first stages, Heed our warning
before it is too late, for often, very often
Catarrh Causes Croup!
Would you not rather prevent this complaint than
attempt to cure it? Of course you would: then see
that you always have a supply on hand.
Do not take any other preparation, but be sure to
obtain the above. Price 35 cents. For sale by all
dealers. Or, send 50 cents to
SMITH, DOOLITTLE & SMITH,
BOSTON,
•ndrecehre a Box by retumMall
J*2* W&S&wfai
INSLRANCE.
ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE
ORIENT INS. COMPANY!
HARTFORD, CONN..
JANUARY I, 1874.
Cash Capital “ 8350.000,00
Total Assets, -
Surplus - - 380,546.6*
AS9FT8 AS FOLLOWS, VIZ:
Cash on hand and in Bank.*38,253.87
Cash in hands ol Agent j,. 41,649.48 (9,996.65
Loans on Mortgages, 1st liens.... 171,820.00
Loans secured by pledge of StocKs ^ 72Q 2g
IntciS0Aecrued.'.::::::-'.'-'---'--' ufcaM 311,763.65
Bank Stocks.
Railroad Stocks. 192,401.50
Railroad Bonds. 48,900.00
Total Cash Assets.*659,277.50
LIABILITIES.
Outstanding Losses. *28,730.85
Net Cash Assets. $630,546.65
C, T. WEBSTER, President.
S. C. PRESTON, Vice President,
GEO. W. LESTER, Secretary.
W. D. LITTLE & CO., Agents,
49 1-3 EXCHANGE STREET.
jalO 3glgl
ANNUAE STATEMENT OF THE
National Fire Insurance Company,
OF HARTFORlt, CONN.,
DECEMBER 31st, 1873.
Cash Capital, - - ®22?’222'22
Total Asuetit • ■ • S3l)850to8
Sepias, - - 331,850.38
ASSETS AS FOLLOWS* VIZ :
Cash in Hartford and Charter Oak Nation
al Banks. $77,699.50
Cash on hand and in hands ol Agents in
course of transmission. 38,787.78
State and City Bonds... 79,370.00
Railroad Bonds, 1st mortgage. 48,750.00
Railroad Stocks. JS’!!0?’!!?
Bank Stocks. 227,265.00
Loans secured by mortgages & Trust Deeds 260,500.00
Bills receivable secured by Stocks and Bonds 23,323.00
Interest Accrued.. • ?>362,50
Unpaid interest and Dividends on Bonds
and Stocks. 5.792.50
Total Assets.$831,850.28
LIABILITIES. *
Fire Losses outstanding unadjusted. $22,420.49
Mark Howard, President, James Nichols, Secretary
W. D. LITTLE A CO., Agents,
49 I-i* EXCHANGE STREET.
ja!63wisl
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
Phoenix Insurance Com’y,
OF HARTFORD CONN.,
On the 31st day ol December, 1873.
The Capital Stock of the Company, all
paid in,. $600,000.00
Surplus...$1,052,363.77
THE ASSETS ARE AS F&LLWS:
Cash on hand and in Bank, in hands of
Agents, and in course oi tranmission, 262.050.90
Real Estate,. 132,959,93
Bi'.s receivable for loans, secured by Col
lateral Security,. 35,000.00
Bills receivable for loans, secured by Real
Estate. 12,500.00
United States Stocks and Bonds,. 118.500.00
State, County, and Municipal Securities, 273,876.48
Bank Stocks,. 548,380.00
Railroad and other Corporation Securities 268,050.00
Interest accrued,. 1,046.46
$1,652,363.77
Lr ABILITIES: -
Outstanding Losses and other Claims,—$105,981.20
HENRY KELLOGG, Pies., D. W. C. SK1LTON,
A. W. JILLSON, Vice-Pres. Sec’y.
W. D. LITTLE A CO., Agents,
jal7 49 t-9 EXCHANGE 8T., eodis3w
atlanticT
MUTUAL
INSURANCE
COMPANY
OF NEW YORK,
INSURES AGAINST
Marino Risks Only
—ON—
Cargoes, Freights & Vessels
by the Year.
ASSETS:
$15,571,206 !
*
Dividend to Policy Holders on
Premiums Terminating in 1872,
50 PER CENT*
Policy Holder, in this Company obtain perfect se
curity, costing far less than to insure in any ther
company in this country.
OFFICE,.
166 FORE STREET, PORTLAND,
John W. Hunger,
CORRESPONDENT.
feblT dlmeodllm&wfiw
ABSTRACT OF STATEMENT OF THE
Hartford Fire Ins. Com’y.
JANUARY 1, 1874.
Capital Stock, all paid in, 91)000,000
ASSETS:
Cesh on hand, in Bank and cash items... .$538,558.40
Rents and accrued interest,. 19,013.90
Real Estate unencumbered,.448.175.60
Loans on Bond and Mortgage (1st lien),... .366,275.79
U. S. State Bank and R. R. Stocks and
Bonds owned by Company,.1,046,683.61
$2,418,707.30
liabilities:
All outstanding claims,.$187,459.47
GEO. L. CHASE, Pres. J. D. BROWNE, Sec’y.
JEREMIAH DOW, Agent,
ja22 67 EXCHANGE ST. law3wTh
Atlas Insurance Company,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
First Semi-Annual Statement Jan. t, 1874
Authorized Capital - $1,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up 200,000.00
Surplus .... 119,002.10
ASSETS:
Loans on Mortgage of Real Estate.$106,750.00
Loans on Stock Collaterals. 50,233.47
Loan to Couuty of Hartford. 10,000.00
Loan to City of Hartford. 10,000.00
United States Bonds (Coupons of *67),. 11,550.00
532 Shares National Exchange Bank, Hart
ford. 31,920.00
B0 Shares First National Bank, Hartford. 6,750.00
Bt Shares Charter Oak National Bank,
Hartford. g jjg qq
50 Shares Mercantile National "Bank, ’
Hartford. g aaa aa
100 Shares American National Bank, Hart- ’ '
ford. g ooq qq
Cash in hand and in Bank. 33 496 99
Cash in course of collection from Agents.. 32,209 66
Interest accrued on Loans. 3 26o 00
Miscellaneous Items, Non-Resident Tax,&c 4,45198
$319,002.10
LIABILITIES t
Losses in course of settlement. $16,656.51
J. H. SPRAGUE, President.
E. B. HUNTINGTON, Secretary.
Ofllce No. S3 Trumbull Street, Hartford.
BARNES & O’BRION, Agents,
30 EXCHANGE STREET.
PORTLAND, ME.
ja28 eod3w
dr. BROWN’S COMPOUND
BLOOD PURIFIER.
(Copy right secured April 30,1872.)
—FOR—
Rick Mead
ache. Female Weakness Static and
Lhronic Rhenmatimn and
8ri.fal.ua Affection*.
Now being introduced into this Statebv L BART
LETT. It comes will recommeuded hv the Boctors
and those that have used it, have no lesitaUkSTta
saying that it will prove to he the best blood purifier
ever used In this State. *
J. w. PERKINS A CO., Wholesale Agts.
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STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
— OF THE —
Eagle Sugar Kefinery,
OP PORTLAND.
Capital Stock allowed^ charter.$250,000.00
naid in.... im cnr a*
Invested in Real Estate, Buildings and ’
Machinery. jki am on
Last Valuation as fixed by the Assessors.. 98*400 00
The Company owes nothing. *
JOS, f ■ THOMPSON, Treasurer.
Portland,. Me., January 7 1874
Subscribed and sworn to before me.
v A. W. BRADBURY
j al5d3w J ustice of the Peace.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that thTTubscri
ber lias been duly appointed and taken unon
himself the trust of Administrator of the estate ot
JOHN OTIS, late ot Portland,
in the County of Cumberland, deceased, and eiveu
bonds as the law directs. All persons having de
mands upon the estate of said deceased are required
to exhibit the same; and all persons indebted to said
estate are called upon to make payment to
GEORGE CUSHING, Administrator
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the city and lowest prices. All kinds of Books
at wholesale prices or less. Albert Colby (“the old
man”) goes to Baltimore 28th Instant hut will re
turn to Portland, In March tor a few davs only
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dc4tfPublishers and Booksellers.
BMOLVTE DIVOBDESOBTAINED
FROM COURTS of different States fordeser
tion,&c No pullcity required. No charge until dl
YOrce granted. Address,
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no22 dem
RAILROADS.
STO\L\TiTO\ LISE!
FOR NEW YORK,
AHEAD OF AI,li OTHERS.
Ill is islhr only inside route Avoid
ing Point Judith.
Seamboat Express trains leaves Boston from Bos
ton & Providence R. R. Deoot daily, except Sunday
at 5.30 P. M. connecting at Stouington with the en
tirely new and superb Steamer Rhode Island, every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and with the elcg
aut anu popular Steamer Stonington every Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, arriving in New York al
^"ked'tb^mgli110* °*al1 other lines. Baggage
Tickets proem ed at depots of Boston & Maine and
Eastern Railroads and at Rollins & Adams 22 Ex
change St., and W. D. Little & Co., 49J Exchange St.
L. W. FILklNS. D. S. BABCuCK.
Gen. Paseuger Ag’t. New York. President.
dlv
GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY OF CANADA.
ALTERATION OF TRAINS.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
On and after Monday, Sept. 15th,
Trams will run as follows:
Mail train for Gorham and accommo
dation train to Island Pond, 7.15 A. M.
Mall train 1.20 P. M. (stopping at all stations^
Island Poi:d.) connecting with night mail train lor
Quebec, Montreal and the West.
Accommodation train lor Gorham and way sta
tions, 5.25 P. M.
Trains will arrive as follows.
Mail train from Gorham and intermediate Stations
8.50 a. m. Through mail train from Island Pond
Montreal, Quebec and the West 2.50 p. m.
Accomidation train from Sonth Paris and way
Stations 6.15 p. m.
Passenger Offices*
74 EXCHANGE ST.*
— AND ^3
DEPOT AT FOOT OF INDIA ST.
Tickets sold at Reduced Rates!
To Canada, Detroit, Chicago, Milwau
kee. Cincinnati, Bt. Louis, Omaha,
Saginaw, St. Paul, Salt Lake City,
Dearer, San Francisco,
and all points in the
Northwest, West and tSonlhwesi,
, J 0. FURNIVAL Agt.
THE GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY is in splendil
condition, is wen equipped with first-class rolling
stock, ana is making the best connections and quick
est time of any route from Portland to the West.
B3P*PITLLMAN PALACE DRAWING ROOM
AND SLEEPING CARS attached to all through
trains.
Baggage checked 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 is given, and paid tor at the rate of
one passenger for every $500 additional value.
C. J. BRYDGES, Managing Director.
±1. BAILEY. Local Suprentendcnt.
Portland Sepfc. 12, 1873.
EASTERN & MAINE CEN
TRAL RAILROAD.
COMMENCING DEC. 8, 1873.
-___— Passenger trains leave Portland dai
|&£!!!§S?fffl9uy, for Portsmouth and Boston, (Sun
"ansr^aaya excepted) at *1.30 A. M. t6.l5 A.
■n t9.10 a. M., H3.15 P. M., t6.00P. M.
Leave Bangor for Portland, Portsmouth and Bos
ton at ||8.00 A. M., *7.00 P. M.
Leave Boston for Portsmouth and Portland at t7.30,
08.30A. M. 112.30, 13.15, *8.00 P. M.
Leave Boston for Portsmouth, Portland, Bangor,
Houlton, Calais and St. John at *8.00 P. M.
Leave Boston for Portsmouth, Portland, Bangor
and St. John at 08.30 A. M.
Leave Portsmouth tor Portland at tlO.00, 010.35
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 and
Augusta at t7.00 A. M.
Leave Portland (via Danville) for Lewiston, Far
mington^Waterville and Skowhegan at tl.00 P. M.
Leave Portland for Balh, Lewiston, Rockland, Au
gusta. Skowhegan, Belfast, Dexter and Bangor at
1.05 P. M.
Leave Portland lor Bangor, via Augusta, (Pull
man Palace Sleeping Cars,) at 12.15 a. m.
For Lewiston. Bath and Augusta at f5.20 P. M.
For Lewiston via Dar.ville at t5.15P. M.
Leave Bi»l<lei *vl ior Portland at t8,00 A. M., re
turning at 6.15 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 Fork 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. 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 connect 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 theGreat Falls and
Conway Railroad.
The 7.20 A. M. train from Boston arrives in Port
land in season for passengers to take the cars of the
P. & O. Railroad.
The 8.30 A. M. train fro i Boston connects with
the Grand Trunk Railway for Montreal, Quebec and
all parts of Canada East.
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 A ccommodat ion train
ilFast Express.
J. PRESCOTT,
Supt. Eastern Railroad,
l L. LINCOLN,
Supt. First Div. M. C, R. R.
GEO. BACHELDER,
General Agent Eastern & M. C. R. R., Portland, Me.
de8 t
BOSTON & MAINE
RAILROAD
PORTLAND TO BOSTON
VIA
Old Orchard Beach, Saco, Biddeford,
Kennebank, Well*, Borer,
Oreat Falla, Exeter, Hurer
hlll and Lawrence.
PARI olT CARS.
1873. Winter Arrangements. 1873.
ngjmu.mil i Passenger Trains leave Porl
n.-awvwiKjjjfc land for Boston t6.15, t9.10 A. M.
*3.10 (Parlor Care), *6 P. M.
Returning, leave Boston at *8.30 (Parlor Care)
A. M., 112.30, t3.30, *6.00 P. M.
Trains from Boston are due at Portland
at *12.30. t5,00, t8.10, *9.55 P. M.
For Manchester and Concord, IV. H„ via
C.dc F. B. B. Junction, t6.15 A, M., *3.10 P.
M.
For I.owell—All trains connect at Lawrence
with trains for Lowell.
For Manchester and Concord via Lawrence
t9.10 A. M.
For Rochesfer and Alton Bar t6.15, A.
*3.10 P. M. ’ ’
For Milton and Union Villnge 6.15 A. M.,
*3.10 P. M.
For Old Orchard Beach, Saco and Bid
deford tio.25 A. M.
Returning, leave Biddeford at tll.20 A. M.
For Scnrboro, Old Orchard, Saco, Bid
deford nnd Kennebank t2.30 P. M.
Returning, leave Kennebank t7.30 A. M.
For New York, Albany, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington,
AND ALL POINTS
SOUTH AND WEST.
The t6.15 A. M. train arrives in Boston at 10.45 A.
M., connecting with train tor New York via Shore
Eine at 11.10 A. M.
The tO.10 A. M. train arrives in Boston in 8;ason
to connect with the 3.00 P. M.train for New York via
Springfield; also with 5.3J P. >J. (steamboat) trains
tor New York via
Fall River,
Stoningtou and Norwich Lines.
The *3.10 P. M. train arrives in Boston at 7.10 P.
M., conneccing with trains lor New York via Spring
field at 9 00 P. M., and Shore Line at 9.30 P. i\J.
Passengers ticketed and Baggage checked through
by either route. t
All Trains stop 10 minutes at Exeter lor re
freshments at First Class Dh^ng Rooms.
Passenger Station in Boston, Hayraarket Square.
Passenger Station in Portia,:d, Commercial street.
Portland & Ogdenaburg R. R. passenger trains ar
rive at and depart from tnis station.
Freight received at Portland <& Ogdensburg R. R.
Freight Station, West Commercial street, until 5 P.
M.
Family package Tickets between Portland and
Boston for sale at 25 per cent, discount.
Freight station in Boston, Causeway street,
t Accommodation.
♦Fast Express.
•IAS. T. FURBER, Gen. Supt., Boston.
PAYSON TUCKER, General Agent, Portland3
Boston. Dec. 6.1873. tf
PORTLAND & OGDENSBURG E. B.
CIIAlViSE OF TIME.
- On anil after Monrlay, Oct. 20, 1873,
**ar,iuiMi|iHH|;iIKj until further notice traina will
- V^Tgleave, ay follows:
“" portiatd for North Conway at 7.45 A.
M. and 1.30 P. M.
Portland for Upper Bartlett at 1.30 P. M.
Upper Bautlett tor Portland at 7.00 A. M.
North Conway for Portland at 8.15 and 11.30 A. M.
The 7.45 train from Portland and 11.30 from North
Conway will be Freight trains with Passenger car at
tached.
The 1.30 train from Portland and 8.15 from North
Conway will have the lollowing Stage connections:—
At Baldwin for Cornish, Porter, Kezar Falls and
Freedom.
At Brownfield for Denmark and Bridgtnn.
At Frycburg for Lovell and North Lovell.
Ticket office in Portland at Boston & Maine R. R
Station, where all trains of P. & O. R. H. arrive and
depart.
J. HAMILTON, Superintendent.
Portland, Oct. 18,1873. aug30tT
KNOX & LINCOLN EALLBOAD.
Steamers leave Rockland for all points on the Pe
nobscot river, Machias, Mount Desert Vinal Haven,
Hurricane and Dix Islands.
Leave Maine Central Depot, at 7.00 A. m., and 1.00
P. M.
Stages connect at Rockland, for Camden, Lincom
ville, Northport, South Tliomaston and St. George,
daily. At Rockland for Union, Appleton and Wash
ington, Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays.
At Ttiomaston tor St. George daily.
At Warren for Union, daily.
At Warren for Jefferson and Whitefield, Mondays
Wednesdays and Fridays.
At Waldoboro’ for North WaldoboroL Washington
and Liberty daily.
At New Castle for Bristol and Pemaquid, daily.
Freight Trains daily and freight taken at .ow ratei^
jy29dtf C. A. COOMBS, Sup’t. '
RAILROADS,
PORTLAND & ROCHESTER RAILROAD.
FALL ABHAN&BMENT,
Passenger trains leave Portland
[or 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 tor 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 for Gorham at 4.00 P. M.
Leave Gorham for Portland at 4.45 P. M.
Leave Portland for Saco River at 6.20 P. M.
Leave Saco River for Portland at 5.30 A. M.
St }s connect as follows:
At orham for West Gorham, Standish, and No.
Limington, daily.
At Buxton Centre for West Buxton, Bonny Eagle
and Limington .daily.
At Centre Waterboro’ for Limerick, Newfield, Par
sonstield and Ossipee, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
urdays, returning alternate days.
At Centre Waterboro’ for Limerick, Parsonsfield
daily.
WILLIAM H. TURNER, Superintendent.
_ oc6tc
HOTELS.
HOTEL DIRECTORY,
Embracing the leading Hotel? tn the State, at which,
the Daily Pbess may always be found.
ALFRED.
County House, Edmund Warren,Proprie
tor.
AlBIBr
Elm House, Court. St. W. S. & A. Voting,
Proprietors.
ACGCSTA.
Augusta House, State St. Harrison Ball
er, Proprietor.
Cony House, G. A. & H. Cony. Proprie
tors.
BANGOR.
Harriman Horn, J.E. Harriman A Co.
Proprietors.
Franklin Bonse, Harlow St., R. Qninby,
with HI D Hcliaaghlin A Son., Prop.
RATH.
Sagadahoc House, John 8. Hilliken, Pro
prietor.
Bath Hotel, C. H. Plummer, Proprietor
BOSTON.
American House, Hanover St. T..Hic
Proprietor.
Parker House, School St. H. D. Parker A
Co., Proprietors.
Revere House. Bowdoin Square,BulSncb,
Bingham, Wrisley A Co.. Proprietors
St. James Hotel—J. P. H. Stetson, Propri
etor.
Trrmont House. Tremont St. Bingham
Wrisley A Co. Proprietors.
BETHEL.
Chandler House, F. S. Chandler A Co.
Proprietors.
Chapman Bousey—Andrews A Record,
Proprietors.
BOLSTER NILL8.
Hancock House,—H. Hancock, Prop.
BRUNSWICK. HE.
**• A K. Dining Rooms, W. R. Field,
Proprietor.
CAPE ELIZABETH.
Ocean Honse—J. P.Chamberlain,Propri
etor.
CALAIS.
International Hotel, W. D. Simpson.
Proprietor.
CAHDEH.
Ray TiewHouse, E. H. Demuth, Prop.
DANVILLE JUNCTION.
Clark’s Dining Hall, Grand Trunk Rail
way Depot, H. W. Clark. Proprietor.
DIXFIEI.D.
Androscoggin Honse, J. Jackson, Pro
prietor.
ELLSWORTH.
American House.—S. Jordan A Son, Prop
City Hotel.—N. H. Higgins A Sons, Props.
FOXCROET.
Foxcroft Exchange. D. Savage, Proprie
tor.
GREAT FALLS, N. H.
Great Falls Hotel, O. A. Frost, Proprietor
HIRAM.
Mt. Cntler Honse,—Hiram Haston, Pro«
prietor.
LEWISTON.
DeWitt Honse, Waterhouse A Mellen
Proprietors.
LIMERICK.
Limerick Honse, Joseph G. Harmon, Pro
prietor.
LITTLE i ON, N. H.
Thayers Hotel, H. L. Thayer, Proprietor.
MACHIAS.
Eastern Hotel.—E. E. Stoddard, Prop.
MECHANIC FALLS.
Union Hotel, P. R’ Cobb, Proprietor.
NORTH WINDHAM.
Nemasket Honse, W. W. Stanley, Propri
etor.
NORWAY.
Real’s Hotel, O. H. Green, Prop.
Elm House, Main St. W. W. Wbitmarsh’
Proprietor.
NAPLES'
Elm Honse, Nathan Church A Sons, Pro
prietors.
NORRIDGEWOCK.
Danlorth House, D. Danforth. Proprieto
NORTH ANSON.
Somerset Hotel. Rrown A Hilton, Propri
etors.
OLD ORCHARD REACH.
Ocean House, R. Scary, Proprietor.
Old Orchard House, E. C. Staples, Propri
NORTH STRATFORD N. II.
Willard Honse, C- S. Railey A Co. Pro
prietors.
PARIS HILL.
Hubbard Hotel, H. Hubbard, Proprieto
PITTSFIELD.
Lnncy House—Fletcher & Gale, Proprie
tors.
PHILLIPS.
Barden Honse, Adams & Robbinson,
Proprietors
PORTLAND.
Adams House, Temple St. Charles Adams
Proprietor.
Albion House, 111 Federal St. J.G Perry'
Proprietor.
American Honse, India St. J. H. Dodge,
Proprietor.
City Hotel, Cor. Congress and Green St.
J. K. Martin, Proprietor.
Falmouth Hotel, P. E. Wheeler, Propri
etor.
Preble House, Congress St. Gibson & Co.,
Proprietors.
St. Julian Hotel, Cor. Middle and Plum
Sts. G. E. Ward, Proprietor.
U. S. Hotel, Junction of Congress and Fed
eral Sts. E. Cramdc Co., Proprietor.
Walker Honse, Opp. Boston Depot, Geo.
Brtdgham Jr., Proprietor.
Commercial House—L. O. Sanborn & Co.,
Proprietors._
PEAK’S ISLAND.
Union Honse—W. T. Jones. Proprietor.
SACCARAPPA.
Central House—Alvin Allen, Proprieto
SOUTH CHINA.
Lake Honse, J. Savage, Proprietor!
RICHMOND.
Richmond Hotel, H. Springer. Proprietor
SKOWHEGAN.
Turner House, T. H. Hnssey & Co. Pro
prietors.
Elm House. M. H. Hil 'on, Proprieto ,
Bock, Card and Joli
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D. C. Steamship Line.
Steamships of this Line sail from
end of Central Wharf, Boston
Semi-W’eeklv, for NORFOLK and
►BALTIMORE.
■ * Steamships:— _
“ William Lawrence," Capt. F. M. Howes.
“ William Crane," Capt. Solomon Howes.
“George Apjtold," Capt. Winslow Loveland.
Blackstone” Capt. Goo. H. Hallett.
“John Hopkins," Capt. W. A. Hallett.
Freight forwarded troni Norfolk to Washington
Steamer Lady of the Lake.
Freight forwarded from Not folk to Petersburg and
Richmond, by river or rail: and by tlie Fa. Jt 'Venn.
Air Line to ail points in Virginia, Tennessee, Aldr
bama and Georgia; and 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 accommocations.
Fare including Berth and MeaU to Norfolk f12 50.
time 48hours; to Baltimore $14, time65 hours.
For further information apply to
E. SAMPSON, Agent.
jnne2tf53 Central Wharf. Boston.
INTERNATIONAL STEAMSHIP CO.
Eastport, Calais and Mt. John, Digbyij
Windsor and Halifax.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT
ONE TRIP PER WEEK !
On anil after MONDAY, Dec.
22d the Steamer New Brunswick,
Capt. S. H. Pike, will leave Kail
road W hart foot ol State St., every
Monday at 5.00 p. m., for Eastport
and St John.
Returning will leave St. John and Eastport every
Thusday.
Connections made at Eastport for St. Andrews,
Robbinston, Calais, Woodstock and Houlton.
Connections made at St. John for Digby, Annap
olis, Windsor, Kentville, Halifax, N. S., Shediac,
Amhets‘4
5^“Freight received on days of sailing nnt»t 4
o’clock, p. m.
A. R. STUBBS, Agent
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PORTLAND
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PHILADELPHIA.
Clyde’s Iron Line of Steamers !
Running between Providence
and Philadelphia every WED
NESDAY and SATURDAY gives
direct communication to anu
rom Portland and all other points in Maine, with
Philadelphia and beyond. Through rates are given to
Philadelphia and all points reached jy 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, 29 Devonshire St., Boston, or J. B. COYLE,
Jr., Port laud.
WM. P. CLYDE, & CO„ Gen’l Managers.
Janll ly 12 So. Delaware Avenue Philadelphia.
MAIL LINE TO
Halifax Nova Scotia,
DIRECT!
With connections to Prince Edward fa
land and Cape Breton.
ONE TRIP PER WEEK.
The Screw Steamship ALHAM
BRA, Capt. Angrove, will leave
Portland every Saturday at 4 P.
>M., for HALIFAX, direct, mak
_ 'ing connections with the Interco
lonial Railway, for Windsor, Truro, New Glasgow and
Pictou, and steamers foi Prince Edward Island; al
so at New Glasgow, N. S., with Lindsey’s Stages for
Cape Breton.
RETURNING will leave Halifax on TUES
DAYS, at 4.00 P. M.
For freight and other information apply to J. B.
COYLE, Jr., Franklin Wharf, o'*
oct28dtfJOHN PORTEOU8. Agent.
Pacific Mail Steamship Company
TO CALIFORNIA.
Great Redaction in Freight and Pa usage
Rale always Lower than by any
other Route. C on:fort, Safely
and Economy combined.
Passagei lUtes: Cabin #1.00,
Steerage #50. These rates in
clude SLEEPING ACCOMODATIONS,
AND MEALS THEREBY AVOIDING
Any extra charges.
New and elegant Iron Steamers with magnificent
passenges accommodal ions Take this route to San
Francisco and avoid the snow and cold of the over
land Route. For Freight and Passage and full in
formation apply at the Company's Office, New York,
or to the New England Agents. C. L. BART
LETT ft Co., IS Broad St., Boston. Rufus
Hatch, Vice Pres, and Managing Director. Agents
n Portland,
W. D. LITTLE & CO.,
Jal0d3m 49 1-9 EXCHANGE STREET.
ALLAN^ LINE.
Montreal Ocean Steamship Co.
UNDER CONTRACT FOR THE CARRYING OF THE
Canadian and (Jailed Stale, mail..
Passengers booked to London
derry and Liverpool.
Return Tickets
grants 1 at Reduced Rates.
The Steamship
SCANDINAVIAN, Capt. Smith,
■Will leave this port for Liverpool on
AVtCBDAT.Jaa Sint,
Immediately alter the arrival of the Train of the
previous day from Montreal.
Passage to Londonderry and Liverpool, Cabin (ac
cording to accommodations).970 i. 990
Payable in Gold or its equivalent.
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
H. & A. ALLAN, No. I India St.
„.F,°f Steerage Passage inward and outward, and for
Sight Drafts on England for small amounts, apply to
JAMES L. FARMER,
No. 3 India Street.
Portland, Nov. 19, 1873._ uol9dtt
FOR BOSTON.
_ JT—.the 8CPEMOR SEA Go
JKE£ ING STEAMERS
FOREST CITY AND FUMOCTH,
Having commodious Cabin and State Room ac
commodations, will run alternately, having
FRANKLIN WHARF, Portland,
DAILY, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED)
A.T 7 O’CLOCK P. M.
Returning leave INDIA WHARF, Boston, same
days at 5 P. M. Fare
Through Tickets to New York via the variola
Sound Lines, for sale at reduced rates.
Freight taken at low rates.
J. H. COYIaIE JB„ General Agcnt.mch30tf
BOSTON
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PHILADELPHIA
Steamship Line.
Leave each port every Wed’s’y ft Sat’d’y
Ao Wharfage.
From Cong Whari, Boston, 3 p.m
From Pine Street Whari, Phlla
delphia, at 10 a. m.
Insurance one halt the rate
sailing vessels.
Freight for the West by the Penn. R. R., and South
by connecting lines forwarded free of Commission.
PASSAGE, TEX DOLLARS.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
E. D. SAMPSON, Agent,
Jn23-ly TO Leng Wharf, Bastes.
Maine Steamship Co.
NEW ARRANGEMENT.
SEMI-WEEKLY LIJtfE.
Steamers Chesapeake and Fran- i
conia will, until further notice, run
as follows:
'_Leave east side of Franklin
-^Whart every MONDAY and
?.HURSDAY, at 5 P. M„ and leave Pier 38 E. K..
New York, every MONDAY and THURSDAY, at 4
The Franconia, leaving hear every Thursday, Is
uttetl up with line accommodations for passengers,
making this tne most 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 Shiiu.e
are requested to send their freight to the Steamers aa
early as 4 P M„ on the days thSy leave Portland
For Freight or Passage apply to
hEn'RYFOX, Portland Franklin Wharf,
„ .J-£- AMES, Pier 38, E. R„ New York.
Mav _oc21dtf
Providence Tool Co.
LBWISOUYEB Sc PHILLIPS,
Wm. H. Haskell & Co. Rhode Island Nut Co
beading bolt and nut works,
A W. GIFFORD Sc C.,
Manufacturers of
Heavy Hardware and Rail
road SnppUes.
Marine Hardware & Ship Chand]
lery.
THE “PROVIDENCF* CLOTHES
WRINGER
H* WORK. Agent,
44 Broad Street,
Jn21deowlvr Bwf Waw.
Hard Pine Timber
On hand and sawed to dimen«iuns.
Hard Pine Plank, hard z*ine Flooring
AND STEP BOARDS.
FOK SALE BY STETSON & POPE.
wWharf and Dock, First, corner of E Street
Othce. No. State street. Boston. my3eod1y
JOB PRINTING promptly and neatly izo.
cuted at this Office. J
1-8-7-4.
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