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Porilnud %Vlioie»nle Price Current.
Corrected for the Pkbss to July 15, 1874.
Apple*. Lead.
Green. 9 [email protected] 00 Sheet & Pipe.. 9 @ »i
Dried,western 12® 14 Pig.. [email protected] 8J
do eastern. 14 @ 16 i Leather.
A»he». New VorK,
Pearl, lb. 11 @ Hi, Light . 28® 30
Pot. 9 @ 11 j Mid. Weight 29® 31
Beau*. Heavy - 29 @ 31
Pea .2 75 @3 00 , Slaughter.. . 38® 43
Mediums.2 37 @2 62 Am. Call.1 00 @110
Yellow Eyes.. .3 67 @4 (JO 1 Lime.
Box Sliooli*. Rockland e’sk. @120
Pine.60® 75 Lumber.
Bread. Clear Pine,
Pilot Sup_10 00 @12 00 Nos. 1 A 2.50 00 @60 00
Pilot cx. 1001b 7 50 @ 9 00 No. 3.40 00 @4500
Ship. 5 50 @ 6 00 No. 4.30 00 @35 0C
Crackers|>100 40 @ 50 Shipping. .20 00 @25.00
Butler. Spruce.15 00 @17 00
Family, i>ib... 30 @ 31 Hemlock. .12 00 @15 00
Store... 20 @ 25 Clapboards,
Caudle*. Spruce ex.30 00 @35 00
Mould,4>ib_ @ 13 do No. 1.2000 @27 00
Sperm. 35 @ 37i Pine.45 00 @60 00
Cemeut. Shingles,
bbl.2 25 @ Cedar ex... 4 00 @ 4 75
Chee*e. Cedar No 1. 2 50 @ 3 25
Vermort,p lb. 13 @ 14 do Shaved 4 00 @ 6 50
Factory. 1?£@ 14£i Pine do... 4 50 @7 00
IN’. Y. Hairy.. 14 @ 15 Spruce .. 1 75 @ 2 00
Coal—(Retail.) Laths, Spruce 2 00
Cumberland.. .8 [email protected] 9 00 j Pine. 3 00 @ 3 50
Pietou.7 50 @8 00 ! Itlatehe*.
Chestnut.7 00 @7 50 jStar, $> groa. 1 95
Franklin.9 00 @9 50 Jlola**e*.
L’gh&W.Ash. .8 00® 8 50 Porto Rico new 68 @ 73
Co flee. iCienfuegos new 43 @ 45
Java,lb. 30 @ 32 iMuscovado.. 40 @ 42
Rio. 24 @ 26 New OrleauL#.. 70 @85
Coaperajge. Mus tart.
Hhd. ShooKs and Heads, Sagua new..,.... 42 @ 45
Mol. City ... @2 62 Nails.
Sug. City... .2 30 @ !Cask.4 [email protected]
Sag. C’try.. .1 60 @ 1 65i Naval Mlore*.
Country Ri Mol. Tar,*> bbl ... 5 50 @5 75
Hh’d Sh’ks 1 [email protected] Pitch (C. Tar)..4 50 @1 75
11 h’d Headings, Wil Pitch.... 5 50 @ 5 75
Space 35 in. 28 @ Rosin,.4 00 @ 7 00
Soft Pine,.. 28 @ Turpeutiuc.gl 42 @ 46
Hard Piue, 30 @ Oil.
lloops,(14ft),28 00 @ 33 00 Kerosene,- @ 20
K.OakSiaves 50 00 @ Port.Ref.Petr @ 15
Copper. Devoe brilliant @ 28
Cop. Bolt* 35 @ Sperm,.1 90 @1 95
\ . M. Sheathing @24 whale,. 85 @ 90
Bronze do. @ 24 Bauk,. 58 @ 68
Y. M. Bolts,.. 30 @ Shore,. 50 @ 60
Cordage. Porgie, ... 45 @ 50
American,^! lb, lli @12J Linseed,. 87 @
Buss-ia,. T‘i @ 14 Boiled do.,.. 92 @
Manila,. 16J @17.1 Lard,. 92 @93
Manila B’ltr’p Ibj @ Olive,.1 25 @ 1 75
Pnigx nuil l»)e*. Castor,. 2 00 @2 12
Alcohol. *>gal,2 CO @ Neatsfoot,.... 1 25 @ 1 50
Arrow Root, 25 @ 55 Elaine. 55 @ 58
Bi-Carb Soda, < ® cj l'uiuit-*.
Borax,. 20 @ 22 Port. Lead,.. 11 25 @
Camphor. 35® 37 Pure Gr’d do 11 50 @11 75
Cream Tartar 44® 46 Pure Dry do 11 50 @
Indigo,.125 ® 1 50 Am.Zinc- 10® 12
L>gwoodex., 114® 12 Rochelle Yell 3® S'.
M adder,- 15 ® Eng. Veil.Red 34® 4
Nautha. |>gal 25® 30 Red Lead,... 11 ® 12
Opium,.10 25 @ 10 40 Litharge. 11 ® 12
Rhubarb. 75 @ l uo IMnnler.
Sal Soda .... 3 ® 34 White, |> tou,.. @ 3 25
Saltpetre.... 10® 18 Blue,. 2 75
Sulphur,... . 44® 54 Ground,in bln 8 00 @9o3'
Yitrol,. 12® 13 Calcined, brig 2 75 @ 3 00
Duck. Produce.
No. I,. @ 42 Beef Side,** tb 9 @ 13 |
No. . @ 38 Veal,. 8® 10
No. 10,. ® 21 Mutton,. 12® 15
Ravens, Chickens,.... 18® 22
h oz.,. 20 Turkeys,. 18 @ 20
10 oz. 26 Eggs, **’ doz., 20 ® 22
UjuvooitM. Potatoes, (new) 2,00® 2 E0
Harwood. 3 ® Onions, c rate. 2 00® 2 25
Brazil Wood, 5 ® 7 Cranb’t>**bbl.l5 00®16 50
Camwood,.. 6® 7 Round hogs-8' ® 0
Fustic....... 2|@ 3 l*ro visions.
Logwood, Mess Beef,.. 12 00 @13 50
Cauipeachy, [email protected] 24 Ex Mess, .13 00 @15 00
St. Domingo, 14® 24 Plate,.... 15 00 ® 1650
Peach Wood, 54® Ex Plate,.. 17 75 @18 00
Red Wood.... 24® Pork,
Fi*b. Backs,.... @25 00
Cod, per qtl., Clear,. @24 00
1,’ge Shore, .4 00 @ 4 50 Mes3,. 20 [email protected] 00
L’ge Bank, 3 75 @ 4 00 Prime,.... none
Small,. 2 75 @ 3 25 iiams,. 14 @
Bollock,. 2 50 @ 3 25 flice.
Haddock,.... 2 00 @ 2 50 Rice, ** lb,.. [email protected] 10
Hake,. 2 50 @ 2 75 Haleru ui.
Herring, Saleratus, **ib, [email protected] 1*4
Shore.p bbl 4 00 @ 5 00 Halt.
Scaled,if* bx 30® 35 Turk’s Is. **
No. 1,. 23 ® 26 lih«l.(8bus),. 2 [email protected] 2 874
Mackerel, jp1 bbl., St. Martin,.. none
15av No. 1, 15 [email protected] 00 Bonaire, 2 50 @3 00
Bay No. 2, none Cadiz,duty |*1 2 75 ® 3 00
Large 3 . 8 00® 10 00 Cadiz,in bond 2 00 ® 2 50
Shore No . 1,..18 0U®20 00 Liverpool,duty
No. 2,. 10 [email protected] 00 paid,.2 75 @ 3 00
Medium..., 6 00® 8 U0 Liv. in bond,. 2 50 ® 2 75
Clam Bait.4 00®5 00 Gr’ud butter, 25 @
Flour. Heed*.
Superfine,.... 5 00 @5 50 Clover lb.,-104 @ 11
Spring x,... 0 25 @7 25 Red Top bag. 4 75®
“ xx,.. 7 25 @ 8 25 li.Grass, bush.3 00 ® 3 25
ilich. 7 00 @7 50 do Canada, none
“ xx 7 75 @8j25 Hoap.
,, Family 8 [email protected] 9 00 Ex St ’m Ref’d @ 8
Illinois x,. . 6 75 @7 75 Family,. @ 7
“ xx. 7 75 @ 9 00 No. 1,. ® GJ
St. J uisx,.. 8 75 @ 9 00 Hpice*.
•• “ xx, 9 50 @ 10 50 Cassia, pure,. @ 45
Fruit. Cloves,. 50 @
Almonds,.... Ginger,. 20 @
Suit Shell,.. 21 @ 22 Mace,.1 75 @
Shelled,_ 40 @ 55 Nutmegs,.... 135® 1 40
PeaNab,— 2 50 @ 3 00 Pepper,. 25® 25
Citron. 30 @ 31 Htarcta.
Currants, 84® 9 Pearl,. 9 @ 10]
Dates, .. 9® 10 Hugnr.
Figs. 14 @ 18 Granulated,. 10|@lof
Prunes, . 14 @ 15 Coii'ee A, .... [email protected]
Busins, Extra C,. [email protected]
L. '.M. new 3 90 10 Syrups. 70 @ 80
NewVal.Bft) 13 @13} Eagle Sugar Refinery :
V moils, box 10 [email protected] 00 C.... 8}@sf
Oranges t> box,. .7 [email protected] 00 CC.... 9 (a
Li-aiu. Ex C.... 9}@
Corn, Mixed, ,86 @ Hav. Browa
i el low, ... 88 @ Nos. 12 «& 16 10 @ 10}
Meal... [email protected] Refining, .. 7}@ 8}
Lye.. @1 30 Teas.
Barley,. 75 @ 85 Souchong, .. 25 @ 45
Oats,. 67 @ 70 Oolong,. 35 @ ! 0
Fine Feed, . @ 35 00 Oolong, choice 55 @ 80
.Shorts,. @ 27 00 Japan,. ...45 @ 70
Lnupowdrr. Do. choice... 70 @ 100
Blasting,. 4 50 @5 00 Tin.
Sporting,- 7 00 @ 7 50 Straits,.. 28 @ 29
liny. English,. 26 @ 17
Pressed,^toulfi 00 @18 0o Char. 1. C.,.. 12 [email protected] 13 00
Loo.-e,.15 00 @ 18 00 Char. I.X.,.. 15 00 @15 50
Straw,.i5 00 @ Teine* ••*... 12 25 @i3 25
Iron. Coke. 10 50 @
Common, ... [email protected] 3} Antimony,.... 18 @ 39
Refined,. . 3}@ 4 Zinc 10 @ 10}
Swedish. @ 7} Tobacco.
Norway,. 7}@ 8 Fives and Tens,
Cast Steel,-.. 20 @ 23 Best Brands, 65 @ 75
Herman Steel 14 @ 15 Medium,.. 55 @
Shoe Steel . 6} @ 7 Common, 50 @
Spring Steel . [email protected] 12 Ilalf lbs., 50 @
Sheet Iron, Nat’i Leaf,.80 @
Common, 5}@ 6 Navy lbs 50 @
H.C. 7} Vumi»li.
Russia. 21 @ 22 Damar,.1 £0 @20)
Galv,. 10}@ 142 Coach,.2 25 @ 5 50
Lard. Furniture, 150 @2 5
Kegs, <Plb,.. )213 Wool.
Tierces, p lb [email protected] 13 Fleece washed 40 @ 42
Pail. 13|@ 14 do. uuwashd 30 @ 33
Caddies. 13§@ 14} Pulled,Super 50 @ 55
Pelts, large . 1 [email protected] 50
NEW BRITAIN
PURE WHITE LEAL
AFTER ample experience in practical use, this
lead is now conceded to be all that is claimed
for it.aud is guaranteed fully equal to any in the
market.
it is strictly pure, containing nothing but fine
white lead and the best refined linseed oil.
It is unexcelled in body.
It is unsurpassed in purii y of color.
It is of extraordinary fineness.
State assaykr’s Office, I
20 Slate St., Boston. j
Gentlemen:—I have ana.vzed and examined the
White Lead manufactured by TlieNew Britain White
Lead Company, with resuL ; as follows:—This white
lead is entirely free from adulterations or make
weights of any kind, and is ground in pure linseed
oil. It is fine, very dense, lias good covering power,
and is in every respect of stair.ard quality.
Respectfully, S. DANA HA YES,
State* Assayer and Chemist, Mass.
Trustees Hartford, Providence <k Fish kill R. R. Re
pair Shops.
Hartford. Conn- Feb. 18, 1873.
New Britain White Lead Co.:
Gentlemen—We have given your white lead a very
thorough trial, and are satisfied taat it is equal to i
any now manufactured. Your! ulv,
V. D. PERRY,
Master Car Builder, H. 1 . X- F. R. R.
W. W. WO IPK'LE dr 4 O.,
Mole Agent*, 21 Market Mquare,
fe23 PORTLAND, ME. eodly
PROPOSALS.
Sealed Proposals will be received by the committee
for the erection of a wooden
Churcli Edifice for the Universallit So
ciety, ltockland, Jdc.
Plans and specifications may be seen at the office
ol KI MBALL & COOMBS. Aicbitects, No. 18 City
Buildings, Lewiston, Me., until and including the
8th day or July, 1874, and thereafter at the store of
John P, Wise. Nos. U) and 11 Kimball block, Rock
land, Me., umil 12 M. of the 20th day ol July, 1874.
Proposals will be received for the excavation and
building of the foundation of the clnnvli. sennrflicv
lrom the ehurcli eoifire or in connection with same;
also for the church edifice above the foundation.
The proposals m iy he addressed either to the
architects at Lewiston. Me., or to
JOHN P. WISE,
ROCKLAKU, MAI\K,
and are to be endorsed “Proposals for building Uni
veisalist Church at Lock land, Me.”
The committee resolve the light to reject any or
all bids.
.JOSEPH FAIiWELL, 1
.JOHN P. WISE,
JN’O. S. WILL UOHIiY, } Committee.
JOHN T. BERRY,
ALFRED K. SPEAR. j '
Rocklano. July 1, 1874. jy3dt20
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the subscrib
er has been duly a pointed and taken upon her
self the trust of Administratrix of the estate af
JANE B. HATCH, late ot Portland,
in the County of Cumberland, deceased, and given
bonds as the law directs. All persons having de
mands upon the estate of said deceased, are required
t<* exhibit the same; and all persons indebted to said
estate are called upon to make payment to
ELIZABETH B. MANCHESTER, Adm’x.
Portland, May 19,1874. juH6dJaw3wF*
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that tne subscri
ber has been duly appointed and taken upon
himselt the trust of Administrator of the estate ot
HENRY WILLIS, late of Boston, Mass.,
who died leaving estate to be administered, in the
County of Cumberland, and given bonds as the law
directs. All persons having demands upon the es
tate of said deceased are required to exhibit tba
same; and all persons indebted to said estate are
called upon to make payment lo hL,*LC are
LEWIS PIERCE, Adni’r
Portland, July 7, 1875. Jyl1dlaw3wS* I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Subscrib
er has been duly appointed Executor of the
Will of
PATRICK BRADLEY, late of Portland,
in the County of Cumberland, deceased, and has
taken u|»on himself that trust by giving bonds as the
law directs. Al! persons having demands upon the
estate of said deceased, are required to exhibit die
same; and all (lersons indebted to said estate are
called upon to make payment to
HENRY B. CLEAVES, Executor.
Portland, July 7, 1874. jylld1aw3wS*
Horse lor Sale.
A GOOD WORK HORSE. Inquire of
MERRILL, SOULE & CO,
jylOdlw* Morrill’s Corner, Deering, Me. I
LAWS
OF THE
UNITED STATES
PASSED AT THE
Fi rst Session of'the Forty-Third Congress.
[General Nature-No. 25.]
AN ACT relative to private contracts or agreements
made with Indians prior to May twenty-tirst,
eighteen hundred and seventy-two.
lie it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre
sentatives of the United States of Ameirca in l on -
(tress assembled, That hereafter it shall not be law
ful for any United States officer, or other person un
der its employ or control, to recognize the binding
force or legality, or in any manner sustain.or enforce,
or counsel, or give any aid or assistance to sustain or
enforce any contract or agreement made by any j»er
sonor persons, or corporation, with any hand, tribe,
or nation of Indians, or individual Indian or In
dians, not a citizen of the United States, entered
into prior to the dat e of the act of Congress entitled
‘•An act regulating the mode of making private con
tracts with Indians,” approved May twenty-tirst,
eighteen hundred and seventy-two, for the payment
or delivery of any money or other thing of value,
in present or pros[>ectivP. or for the granting or pro
curing any privilege to him or her, or any other per
son or persons, or cor [Miration, in consideration of
services for, or advancements made to. said Indians,
re ative to their lands, or to any claim growing out
of or in reference to annuities, instalments, or other
moneys, claims, demand, or thing under laws or
treaties with the United States, or official acts of any
officer thereof, or in any wray connected with or due
frem the United States, unless such contract or
agreement was reduced to writing ami duly signed
by the parties in interest thereto at the time
it was entered into and fully made knotvn to the
parties at the time the contract was signed,
and then not until such original written contract
shall first have been presented to and examined by
the Secretary of tbe Interior and the Commissioner
of Indian Attairs, and these farts by them severally
endorsed thereon, and a cony of said contract and of
any assignments that may have beeu made thereon
duly entered of record iu the office of the Commis
sioner of indian Attairs.
Sec. 2. That in addition thereto there shall also be
tiled iu said Commissioner’s Office, and retained
therein as official papers, and be examined by said
Commissioner and Secretary, and that fact indorsed
on them, the following statement of tacts touching
each and all such contracts and agreements so pre
sented; w hich statements shall be sworn to special
ly by all and severally t he person or persons claim
ing interest in and seeking tbe support and enforce
ment of such contract or agreement, and not by
agent or attorney: First, that the writing presented
for examination and record, as provided for iu the
first section of this act, and purporting to be the
that it was entered !nio ami reduced to writing at
tue date ami for the purposes it j»urports to have
been made and executed; secondly, such sworn state
ment shall give particularly the names ot the real par
ties in interest in the original contract or agreement,
naming them il not named in the written eoutract or
agreement, aud if eit her of the contracting parties is
a band, tribe, or nation of Indians, or a corporation
or firm, the name of the person, officer or agent con
tracting in their behalf, together with his authority
for so doing, shall lie specially stated ; thirdly, a par
ticular statement of all and singular the services
rendered or the thing or things done under such con
tract. or agreement prior to said tiling, with those
tilings to lie done or rendered, together with a par
ticular statement of any ami all moneys paid or ad
vanced by either party under such contract or agree
ment, giving in all eases the time, place, aud real
value ot services rendered, or thing or things done,
or the kind and manner of payment, whetner in
money, property, or credit», up to the cate ol the
tiling of the said sworn statement: fourthly, state
specifically whether the original eon tract or agree
ment liatl been submitted to any Secretary ot the
Interior, Commissioner of Indian Altairs, Superin
tendent ot Indian Affairs, Indiau Agent, Commis
sioner, or other person having official control of or
connection .with Indian altairs, giving the time
when, place where, and person by name to whom
such submission was made, and whether by
said officer indorsed or not, or whether any such
officer was cognizant of such contract or agreement
having been made, though not submitted to him for
approval.
Sec. 3. That the Secretary or Commissioner of
Indiau Altairs is heteby empowered to require, in j
VMitiug, any additional tacts or proofs that may be
necessary to aid in determining the true character !
of the contract or agreement, or assignment thereof
Sec. 4. That no such contract or agreement shall i
be recognized by any officer or employee of the |
United States until the Secretary of the Interior !
shall, after full consideration of any such contract or ;
agreement, together with tho proofs and papers iu ■
this act required to be filed, ami such as the Secreta
ry of the interior or Commissioner of Indian Adairs
may require in addition thereto, the Secretary of
the Interior shall consider to be just and reasonable,
and not tainted with fraud, aud not exorbitant in its
demands: Provided, That the Secretary of the In- I
tcrior shall iu all cases enter in waiting, on such !
original contract, on the record in the office of the
Commissioner of Indiau Adairs wherein such origin
al contract is recorded, an official statement, show
ing that the contract or agreement and proofs have
been filed in accordance with the provisions of this
act and considered by him, and in his opinion said
contract or agreement, or assignment thereof,
are not exorbitant and not fraudulent, and that
they are just, the same shall be valid.
But if, in the opinion of the Secretary of the In
terior, such eoutract or agreement, or the assign
ment thereof, is fraudulent or exorbitant, he shall
officially enter his rejection, iu writing, upon the
record of such contract or agreement, ami they shall
not lie considered of binding lorce by any officer or
employee of the United States.
Sec. 5. That it is hereby made the duty of the
Secretary of the Interior localise an investigation
to lie made of all existing contracts or agreements,
within the purview of this act, now' on tile in his
office, or of the office of the Commissioner of Indian
Adairs, nr any other office or bureau under bis con
trol, aud by special notice to the party or parties in
interest compel, in the case of each such contract or
agreement so found ou file, the same strictness of
official examination, and indorsement, record and
sworn statement of fact, as is required by the sev
UlcII VI lllin ill l. J / l *wr.'ff, mail l IIC ill -
vesiigation of facts touchiug the character of any
contract or agreement contemplated by this act may
he made by a commissioner appointed by the Presi
dent for that purpose, who shall report all such
facts to the Secretary of the Interior in writing.
Approved, April 20, 1874.
INSURANCE.
BOSTON
Marine Insurance Co.
17 STATE STREET.
CASH CAPITAL, - - $,‘{00,000.
Marine Insurance on favorable terms. No Fire
risks written.
R. B. FULLER, President.
HENRY WASHBURN, Secretary.
Risks placed and made binding according to con
tract at
No. 5 Exchange Street,
ALBERT MARWICK.
je27_ lm
DANGEKIN DELAY
REMEMBER JLL t 4th, 1866.
FOR
Reliable Insurance
apply at the old agency of
W.D.LITTLE &C0.,
Established, in 1843.
Office 40 1-2 Exchange St.,
WHO REPRESENT THE FOLLOWING
FIRST CLASS COMPANIES:
P1KENIX INSURANCE CO.,
. HAKTFOKD, CONN.,
AimcIh.$ I, <>00,000
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE CO.,
sew iukk.
.... $2,300,000
NATIONAL INSURANCE CO.,
IIAKTEOIID. CONN..
A»wl..$$30,000
ORIENT INSURANCE CO.,
UAKTFOKD, CONN.,
.$030,000
CONNECTICUT INSURANCE CO.,
. .'.$750,000
ATLANTIC INSURANCE CO.,
FKOVIIM WK, It I.,
*»*«!•".$300,000
HOFEMAN INSURANCE CO.,
NCW YOKE,
A"**".$350,000
ALEMANNIA INSUKANCE CO.,
YLKVKMYO, OHIO
A»»l».$450,000
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO.,
TOICOiVIO,
A«wl*.$000,000
SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL CO.,
Asscl*. s:i,600.000
INSURANCE furnished for any amount required
oil all insurable property at current rates ol
premiums. Dwelling-houses, Household Furniture
and Farm property insured for a term of years, at
low rates of premium.
Lot-ses honorably adjusted and promptly paid, as
usual, at our office, as above. ju24dtt
FOR SALE.
Steam Tag Aid.
FlUiE above First Class Tug w ill be sold at a bar
*- "J.l'ii it sold at once. Hull is ten years old, top
new this ycai. Boiler new, Engine and Machinery
in first-class order.
Length of Keel.CO ft.
Breadth of Beam.17 **
CyLnder. .20x20 ft.
Diameter of Propeller. 7x2 “
I auks hold GOOO gallons water. Coal bunkers hold
twelve tons. Everything in good order and condi
tion. For turther particulars enquire of or address
the undersigned. I hey can be seen at work any day
in Saco River. JAMES M. ANDREWS ^ ^
CHARLES H. BKAGDoN,
juPdtf_Biddeford, Maine.
JOHN ADAMS
II as the largest stock ot flue
Phaetons Carryalls,
Express Wagons,
Top and No Top Beach Wagons
And the Concord style Business Wagons in the State
for SALE and Warranted.
SACCA KAPPA, MAINE.
__ap23_ jltf
FOB SALE.
FPllK Slock and Fixtures of a retail Grocery and
X. Provision Store in one of the best locations in
Portland. Possession giveu immediately. inquire
ot SMITH. GAGE & CO.,
92 Commercial St.,
_ 0,w^wSt,
$100w °'.“iouiOcts
Stamp and 10 cents V
€). H. BABB Ac CO., Box 15B9, Bangor, Me.
au29 eodtl
MISCELLANEOUS.
ESTABLISHED 1832.
Laces Coach,
Sperm, Furniture,!
Machinery, Polishing,
Kerosene, Loom, Harness
Whale, and
Neats Foot Shellac
sued Varnishes
Wool and
Oils. Japans.
AU«. P. FULLIllt,
MANUFACTURER OF VARNISHES AND JAPANS
AND DEALER IN
ILLUMINATING, LUBRICATING & WOOL OILS,
Otllee 20S Fore Street, ----- - Portland, Me,
llll)2<l6ni
TIIE BAX T E B
PORTABLE
STEAM ENGINE,
MANUFACTURED HV
Colt’s Patent Fire Arms Manu
facturing Co.,
HARTFORD, CONK.,
Under Patents dated Oct. 27th, 186*, April 13th and
20th, 1869, aud June 28th, 1870.
Awarded First Premium by American
Institute, 1869, 1870 aud 1871 : CSold
Medal by Louisiana and Texas
8tate Fairs, 1871 ; aud First
Premiums whenever fairly
put in competition.
FOR SALE BY
Frank H. Houghton,
7 & 9 CENTRE STREET,
Portland, Maine,
STATE AGENT.
Wo Extra Insurance to Pay ?
No Danger from Fxplosion—No liability
to get out of Order.
In shoit it is the SIMPLEST, SAFEST, most
DURABLE and- most ECONOMICAL Engine in
the world. We fully guarantee them in all the above
particulars. COLT’S ARMS CO. have spared no
expense in getting up SPECIAL TOOLS AND MA
CHINES with which to build these Engines, so that
every part is marie up to gauge, and are perfectly in
!erchangeable, the importance of which will be' un
derstood by all who are at all familiar with machin
ery. Thus, every Engine of a given size is an exact
duplicate of every other one ot that size, and in case
of breakage, the broken part can be immediately re
placed by its perfect duplicate.
The inventor of this Engine had in view, in its
construction, the great need that exists tor a perfect
Steam Engine—of small power—adapted to all kinds
ot light mechanical work, and that should also com
bine all that is good in Steam Engineering.
The first point was, to secure a perfectly philo
sophical Boiler and Furnace, in order to insure the
most perfect combustion, anti to take up the greatest
mssiblc amount of heat, in generating steam.
The second point was, to make a perfect cut-oft
Engine, working steam expansively, and keeping up
the temperature of the cylinder to prevent loss by
radiation or condensation.
The third point was. to combine and make the
whole a mechanically and scientifically correct ma
chine ; all its parts being provided with means'to
take up lost motion, so that it may be used for any
number of years, and always run smoothly. In all
these particulars as much care has been taken as in
the largest and most perfect engine ever constructed.
The icsult is—the greatest amount of power
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AS A
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souring on the stomach. In cases of
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N01 ICE is hereby given that the subscriber lias
been duly appointed and taken upon himself the
trust of Administrator of the estate of
JAMES S. WATSON, late of Rutherford Park,N. J.
deceased, who died leaving estate to be administered
in the County of Cumberland, arid given bonds as
the law directs. And I do hereby appoint Edward
W. Fox, ot Portland, my agent or attorney in the
State of Maine. All persons having demands up* n
i the estate of said deceased are required to exhibit
the same; and all persons indebted to said estate are
i carted upon to make payment to
. ,, , FREDERICK A. WATSON,
of Rutherford Park, N.J.. Administrator, or to
„ , , EDWARD W. FOX, Agent.
I ortland, June 2d. 1874. dlaw3wF
NTOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber lias
XI been duly appointed Kxecuior of tire Will of
JOHN McKEARNEY, late of Yarmouth,
in the County of Cumberland, deceased, and Iras
taken upon himself that trust by giving bonds as
the law directs. All persous having demands 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
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Treatise on Nervous Diseases
— AND THE —
Cordial Balm of Syricum.
During the year 18f.5 Dr. G. Edgar Lathrop had a
new and peculiar drug, from the interior of Africa,
brought prominently under his notice by the very
strange effect it produced on an animal who had
accidental! ly swallowed a large quantity. Owing to
this circumstance be was led to make mauy experi
ments on the lower animals, and he soon discovered
that it had a very peculiar effect on the Nervous Sys
tem. This induced h*m to ex enment both on himself
and some of his patients, and such was the wonder
fully beneficial effects, and so rapid the cure of those
afflicted with nervous diseases, that Dr. Lathrop
came to the conclusion that he bad discovered a new
and valuable addition to the medicines «»* ♦he phar
macopcea. He so..11 found that this medicine,in eon
junction with some others, cured nervous diseases oi
all kinds with a certainty and rapidity of which he
had no previous conception.
1 A few words on t hat specia’ disease generally known
as Nervous Debility..1 Weakuess. This is in most cases
brought on by total ignorance of the fearful perni
cious effects, but it is also brought on in many cases
brought on through no fault ot the person afflicted,
but by oiseasc, long contiuement, and several other
causes—but in all cas s the effect on the constitution
is the same. Heretofore, there has been no cure for
this disease, but Dr. Lathrop, having put up this
medicine in the form of CORDIAL BALM OF S/Rl
i CUVi AND TONIC PILLS, combined with other
medicines, offers them to all sufferers as a safe and
speedy cure. Our Lunatic Asylums are full of pa- ;
tients, in many eases brought thither by the effects 1
ot Nervous Debility. Many thousands suffer in si
lence, hopeless of relief, having often been deceived
by unprinciple 1 quacks. Such 5s not the case with
Dr. G. Edgar Lathrop’* CORDIAL BALM OF SYRI
CUM and TONIC PILLS. A very snort trial will
demonstrate their efficacy.
Any who suffer from the effects of over indulgence
in tobacco, or slcoholic stimulants. Palpitation of the
Heart, St. Vitus’ Dance, Epilepsy, Nervous Head
aciiu, kjiccjFicp'ncM, lUT'iicn'uaw uuini^ om uud'
of Memory, Irritability, Nervousness, Twitching of
the Nerves, and all other Nervous Diseases, will find
thi* medicine a real b’essing.
Should any person ini o whose hands this notice
comes, have a friend whom he knows or thinks is af
flicted wiih any Nervous Disease, Nervous Debility,
etc., he will confer a real kindness on his friend by
sending it to him, so as to give him an opportunity
of being cured by the use of Dr. Lathrop’s CORDIAL
BALM OFSYK1CUM and TONIC PILLS.
Sold by all Dr uggists.
Dr. Latlirop may be consulted, free of charge, on
all diseases, at the United States Hotel, Portland,
Me., on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, duly
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These celebrated Bitters are com
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Prepared by Dr. H. S. Flint & Co.
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KEGS, 25, 50 and H O lb*, cacb.
CASKS, about 200, 600 and 600 lb*, each.
CASES, containing four 251b. TIN PaILS.
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NOTICE.
THE undersigned hereby give notice that they will
apply to the Board of Mayor and Aldermen at
their rooms on MONDAY, I3ih inst., at 7J o'clock,
tor [lerroissiou to erect a wooden bui'ding on Maple
and Commercial Steeets for a freight Depot.
BOSTON & MAINE RAILROAD,
jy!4d3t by E. A. Smith.
RAILROADS.
PORTLAND & OGDENSBURG R.R
SinnHER ARRANGEMENT.
’IsiQM-BonaM-BB-'a 1»o*»-»QaoaeMBj!U
f-TW
Ou aud alter Monday, July 13. 1874, and until fur
ther notice, train# will ruu as follows:
Leave Portland for Upper Bartlett and intermedi
ate stations at 0.40 a. in., 1.30 and 0 p. in.
Leave Upper Bartlett for Portland at 5.15and
11.30 a. m. aud 4.15 p. m.
Leave North Conway for Portland at 6 15 a. m., 12
m. aud 4.45 p. m.
The 8.40 a. m. irom Portland connects with steam
ers leaving Boston the previous evening. Also con
nects at Boston & Maine Transfer Station with morn
ing trains from Lewiston, Augusta and the East via
Maine Central Railroad.
Excursion steamer to Naples, Bridgton, &c., con
nects with 8.40 a. m.
Regular steamer to Naples, Bridgton, &c., connects
wiih 1.30 p. m.
Stages at South Windham lor Windham, Raymond,
Casco, Naples aud Bridgton.
Stages at Sebago Uike for Standish Corner.
Stages at Baldwin for Cornish, Porter, Keizer Falls
aud Free*lorn, N. H.
Stages at Brownfield for Denmark and Bridgton.
Stages at Fryeburg tor Lovell and North Lovell.
Stages at Glen Station for Glen House (twice daily.
Stages at Upper Bartlett lor Crawford au<J Fabyan
Houses (twice naily).
bv 5.15 and 11.30 a. in, from Upper Bartlett elose
connection is made with trains for Boston leaving
Portland at 9.10 a. m. and 3.15 p. m., and passengers
via Portland arrive in Boston as early as by any
other route from the mountains or North Conway.
By the 4.15 p. m. from Upper Bartlett passengers
make cnnneetion%with steamers for Boston leaving
Por land at 8 p. in. and arriving in Boston early next
morning in season for all trains South and West.
Passenger station in Portland with Eastern aud
Maine Central Railroads.
J. HAMILTON, Superintendent.
Portland, July 11,1874,
Freight traius for all statious leaves Portland daily
at 1 p- m.
Freight from Upper Bartlett at 5.15 a m. daily, ar
riving 12.35 p. in.
EASTERN & MAINE CEN
TRAL RAILROAD.
OOMMGNC1NGJIJNE I, 1874.
__ D Passenger trains leave Portland dai
, for rortsmoalh and Boston, (Sun
t-ITw"— ’-H«ki-3uavs excepted) at *2.00 A. Al. t0.10.ti.
—-““ VI.,||3.15 P. Al.
Leave Portland for Portsmouth and Dover daily,
(Sundays excepted), at 9.10 a. m. and 3.15 p. m.
Leave Bangor lor Portland, PoiHnnoutli and Bos
ton at ||8.00 A. Al., *7.45 P. M.
Leave Boston lor Portsmouth at 7.30 A. M.
Leave Bouton lor Portsmouth and Portland at 118.15
A. Al. 112.30, *0.20 P. Al.
Leave Boston for Portsmouth, Portland, Bangor,
Houlton, Calais and St. John at *0.20 P. At.
Leave Boston ior Portsmouth, Portland, Bangor
and St. John at ||8.15 A. Al.
I-cave Dover for Portsmouth and Portland at 0.30,
10.50 and 5.00 p. m.
Leave Portsmouth for Portland at 110.28, A. Al.;
12.55 P.M., *8.23 P. Al.
Leave Portsmouth lor Portland, Bangor, Houlton,
Calais aml St. John at *8.23 P. M.
Leave Portland tor Lewiston, Bath, Rockland, Au
usta, Waterville and Skowhegan, at t7.00 A. Al.
Leave Portland (via Danville) for Lewiston, Far
mington, Waterville and Skowhegan at fl.05 P. Al.
Leave Portland for Bath. Lewiston, Rockland, Au
gusta. Skowhegan, Belfast, Dexter and Bangor at
i.lo P. M.
Leave Portland tor Bangor, via Augusta, (Pull
man Palace Sleeping Cars.) at 10.45 p. m.
For Lewiston, Bath and Augusta at 15.50 F. Al.
For Lewiston via Danville at t5.45 1*. M.
Leave Biddeford lor Portland at t8.<J0 A. M., re
turning at 5.35 P. M
The 9.10 A. Al. and 3.15 P. Al. trains from
Portland, and the 8.00 A. M. train from Bangor
make close connections -to New Fork by one nr
other of the routes from Boston. Passengers ticket
ed through by either route.
The 9.10 A. M. train arrives in Boston at 2.00
| P. Al. in season to connect with the train for
l New York, all rail, also with the 5.30 P. AL
(steamboat) trains for New York via Fall River,
Stouington and Norwich Lines. The 3.15 P. Al. train
arrives in Boston in season to connect with trains
for New YorX via Spriuglield at 9 P. M
The 9.10 A. M. and 3.15 P. M. trains from Portland
connect at Conway Junction with tlieGrcat Falls and
Conway Railroad.
The 8.15 A. Al. train from Boston arrives in Port
land in season for passengers to take the ears of the
P. & O. Railroad.
The 8.15 A. M. train from Boston connects with
the Grand Trunk Railway tor Montreal, Quebec ami
! all parts of Canada East.
Through tickets are sold in Portland and Baggage
j checked through to Houlton, Calais, St. John, Hal
ifax, Dover, Foxcroft, Rockland, Arc.
A freight train will leave Portsmouth for Dover,
I and Dover for Portsmouth, daily.
♦Pullman sleeping car express tram. N. B. This
train runs Sanday Morning, dots not run Monday i
morning.
t Accommodation train
(Fast Express.
CHARLES F. HATCH.
General Manager.
GEO. BACH ELDER,
General Agent Eastern & Al. C. R. R., Portland, A1e.
BOSTON & MAINE
RAILHOAD.
Summer Arrangement, June 1,1871.
Ptumeuger Trains leave Port
e&Tfc^tfSpVlaud for BomIoci at 6.15, 9.10 A.M.
and 3.15 P. M.
JLeave Porllnud for Black Point, Blue
Point, Old Orchard, Nnco, Biodcforil,
Kennebuuk, WHIn, North Berwick, Mal
niou Palin, threat Palin and Oover at 6.15,
9.10 A. M., 3.15 and 6.00 P. M.
lieave Portlaad for PoalMiuoufh (via
Portsmouth & Dover Railroad Ironi Dover) at 6.15
A. M.
A Vjocal Traiu will leave Portland for
Riddetord at 10.25 A. M., and returning will leave
Biddeford at 11.20 A. M., stopping at all way sta
tions.
Leave Boston for Portland at 8.15 A. M.,
12.00 M. and 6 00 P. M.
All Boston Trains make Southern, Western and
Northern connections.
JAS. T. FURBER,
General Superintendent.
S. H. STEVENS, Gen. Agent, Portland.
Juue 1, 1874. u8tf
PORTLAND & ROCHESTER RAILROAD.
81HIHIER ARR4NOERMT.
Passenger trains leave Portland for
Rochester and intermediate stations at
7.30 A. M., 1.30 and 4.15 P. M.. making
direct connection at Rochester with trains for Boston,
over Boston & Maine and Eastern Railroads. Also
connect at Rochester with Dover and Wimiipiseogee
Railroad for Alton Bay, and with Portsmouth, Great
Falls and Conway Railroad for Conway.
Leave Rochester for Portland and way stations at
7.20 A. M. 12 M. and 5 P. M.
The 12 o’clock'tram making direct connection at
Rochester with trains from Boston, leaving Boston
via BostoD & Maine, and Eastern Railroads.
Leave Portland for Saco River at 6.20 P. M.
Leave Saco River for Portland at 5.30 A. M.
Stages connect as follows:
At Gorham for West Gorham, Standish, and No.
Limingtou, daily.
At Buxton Centre for-West Buxton. Bonny Eagle
and Limingtou .daily.
At South Waterboro for Ross Comer and Dam’s
Mills daily.
At Centre Waterboro’ for Limerick, Parsonsfield
daily.
WILLIAM H. TURNER, Superintendent.
Jyi tf
HUSH Travelers
For New York, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington, St. Louis,
New Orleans, Texas, Chicago, Om
aha, San Francisco, and all points
West and South.
Tliroilijli Tickets
via either Boston & Maine and Eastern, or Steamers
to Boston, the Stoniugton and Fall River and all
Rail lines to New York, the Michigan Central, Great
Western and Pennsylvania Central Pacific Railroads,
and all other favorite routes
are sold by us as heretofore,
at lower rates than any other Agency, and ncedtu
information cheerfully furnished.
fi^Ticket* to New York and return a
reduced rates.
W. ». CITTJLE & CO.,
49 1-2 Exchange St.
jul5_dtf&Sup
GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY OF CANADA^
ALTERATION OF TRAINK.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
■ ^ Ou and after Thursday, July 16,1874,
will run as follows:
tExpress train 7 a. m. for Montreal
m~' ’Quebec, Auburn and Lewiston.
Mail train at 1.15 p. m., for Auburn and Lewiston
and Island Pond, (stooping at all stations to Island
Pond,)* connecting with night mail train for Quebec,
Montreal and the West.
Accommodation train for Auburn, Lewiston and
South Paris at 6 p. m.
Express for Montreal, Quebec and West at 12 mid
night.
Trains will arrive as follows:
Express from Quebec, Montreal and West at 8.40
a. m.
Express troiu Lewiston and Auburn at 8.45a. in.
Mail ftom Quebec, Montreal and West, Lewiston
and Auburn at 2 20 p. m.
Express from Quebec, Montreal and West, Lewis
ton and Auburn, at 7.45 p. m.
Passenger Offices
74 EXCHANGE ST.
— AMD
DEPOT AT FOOT OF' INDIA ST.
Tickets sold al Reduced Rates!
To Canada, Detroit, Chicago, Milwau
kee. Cincinunli, Ml, IjOuIm, Omaha,
Maginaw, Si Paul, Mall Lake City,
Denver, Man Franciaeo,
and all points in the
Northwest, West an<l Southwest
J C. FUKN1VAL Agt.
THE GRANDTXUNK HAILWAY is in Bpleiulit
condition, is won equipped with first-class rolling
stock, and is making the best connections and quick
est time of any route from Portland to the West..
^■PULLMAN PALACE DRAWING ROOM
AND SLEEPING CARS are attached to the trains
leaving Portland at 1.15 p. m.and 12 o’clock mid
night.
tt. ggage 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 paiddor at the rate of
one passenger tor eveiy $500 additional value.
JOSEPH HICKSON, Secretary and Treat.
W. J. SPICER, Local Suprentendent.
Portland, July 10,1874. jy!3dti
RAILROADS.
KNOX & LINCOLN RAlLROAl).
Direo rail route to Wiscasset, New
J’F^f^Cualle, I>amari«cotta, Waldoboro,
iy,' .Warren and Rockland.
No change of ears between Portland
and Rockland.
Steamers leave Rockland for all points on the Pe
nobscot river, Marinas, Mount Desert Viual Haven,
Hurricane ami Dix Islands.
Leave Maine Central Depot, at 7.0 A. M., and 1.00
P. M.
Stages connect at. Rockland, lor Canuleii, Lincoln
ville, Northport, South Thomaston and St. (leorge,
daily. At Rockland for Union, Appleton and Wash
ington, Tuesday*. Thursdays and Saturdays.
At Thomaston tor St. Ceorge daily.
At Warren tor Union, daily.
At Warren fur Jutlemon and Wbilcheld, Mondays
Wednesdays ami Fridays.
At Walduboro’ fur North Waldoboro’, Washington
and Liberty daily.
At New Castle for Bristol and Pemaouid, daily.
Freight Trains daily and freight taken at .ow rates’
)t.fc. A. COOMBS. Sup’t.
hotels!
HOTEL DIRECTORY,
Embracing the leading Hotels in the State, at which,
the Daily Press may always be found.
ALFRED.
Alfred If ourc, 1C. II. Gsdiuii* Proprie lor.
AUBURN
HouM*,€ourt. Si. W. S. A A. Young,
Proprietor*.
AUGUSTA.
Auguatn llou.e, Stale Hi. Unrriaon Bnlt
er, Proprietor.
Couy Hour, G. A. & H. Cony, Proprie
lorn.
BANGOR.
Harriman Houae, J.K. Harrinan&Co.
Proprietor*.
Fraiihlin House,-Harlow St., HIcU.augh
Iin A DnviN, Proprietor*.
BATH.
Sagadahoc Honne-E. B. Hlayhew,Prop
Bath Hotel, €. HI. Plummer, Proprietor
BOMTAN.
ParkcrKounc. School St. If. D. Parker &
Co., Proprietor*.
Revere Hounc—Chapiu, Gurney A Co.,
Proprietor*.
^Vio?*"®" Hotel—J. R. Crocker, Proprf
Tremont Hounc, Tremont St.—Chapin
Cnurney A Co. Proprietor*.
BETHEL.
Chapman Rounc,—Andrew* A Record,
Proprietor*
BRUNSWICK, ME.
P. A K. Dining Room*, W. R. Field,
Proprietor.
, CAPE ELIZABETH,
Ocean Houie-J. P. Chamberlain, Propri
etor.
CALAIS.
International Hotel, W. D. Simpson,
Proprietor.
CAMDEM.
Bay ViewHouwe, E. H. Demuth, Prop.
DANVILLE JUNCTION.
Clark’* Dining Hall, Grand Trunk Rail
way Depot, M. W. Clark, Proprietor.
DIXFIELD.
National Hotel—R A. JRarble,Proprietor
ELLSWORTH.
American llou*e.—S. Jordan A Sou, Prop
City Hotel.—N. II. II iggiu* A Son*, Prop*.
FOX CKO FT.
Foxerofl Exchange. P. JR. Jeflbrri*,, Pro
prietor.
II ART LAND.
Park House—R. L. William*, Prop.
Uartlaud House—I. R. Littlefield, Prop.
HIRAIR.
JRt. Cutler Houmc,—Hiram Banton, Pro*
prietor.
LEWISTON.
DeWitt House, tRellen A Co., Proprietor*.
LIMERICK.
Limerick Hounc, Jo*. G. Harmon, Prop.
LINCOLN VILLE.
Reach Hounc— E. E. Phillip*, Proprietor.
LITTLE S ON, N. H.
Thayer* Hotel, II. L. Thayer, Proprietor.
JR AC HI AS.
Eastern Hotel.—E. E. Stoddard, Prop.
MOUNT DESERT.
Bockawny House, T. L. Robert*, Prop.
NORWAY.
Beal’* Hote.l, O. H. Greeu9 Prop.
Elm House, Main St. W. W. Wbitmar*li
Proprietor.
NAPLES*
Elm llon*e, Nathan Church A Sons, Pro
NORTH RKI DGTON
Lake; Hotel—J. B. Martin, Proprietor.
NOKRIDGEWOCH.
Danfort h House, D. Duufortli. Proprieto
NORTH ANSON.
Somerset Hotel. Browu &: Hilton, Propri
etor*.
OLD ORCHARD REACH.
Oceau House, E. R. D«nkc, Proprietor.
NORTH STRATFORD N. H.
Willard House, C* S. Bailey & Co. Pro
prietors.
PEAK’S ISLAND.
Union House—W. T. Jones. Proprietor.
PARIS HILL.
Hubbard Hotel, U. Hubbard, Proprieto
PITTSFIELD.
Lancy House— Fletcher A Gale, Proprie
tors.
PHILLIPS.
Bnrdeu House, Adams & Kobbiuson,
Proprietors
PORTLAND.
Adams House, Temple St. Charles Adams
Proprie toi.
Albion House, 117 FederalSt.J.G Perry
Propraetor.
American House, ludia St. J. H. Dodge,
Proprietor.
City Hotel, Cor. Congress and Green St.
J. K. flarlin, Proprietor.
Faluiouib 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 Cougressand Fed
eral Sts. E. Cram & Co., Proprietor.
Walker House, Opp. Boston Depot, Geo.
Bridgba ;* .ir., Proprietor.
Commercm! Blouse—L. O. Sanborn Ac Co.,
Proprietors.
SACCAKAPPA.
Ce tin al House—Alvin Allen, Proprieto
SKO WH EGAN.
Turner House. W. €*. Iteselton, Propri
etor.
Elm House, M. II. Uil'.on, Proprieto ,
V1NAL HAVEN, LANE S ISLAND.
Ocean House, F. M. Lane, Proprietor.
WILTON.
Wilton II oii«e,IB. N. Green. Proprietor
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either l*hila., Bo>«on oi Ciu.. 0. ju30d4wf
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Hartford, Com*. __ju2tKi4Wt
CAM] ) KINE
The UNIVERSAL MEDICINE
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TRY IT. PRICE PER BOTTLE, 25 CENTS.
REUBEN HOYT. Propraetor,
203 Greenwich St., N. Y.
For sale by all Druggists. jylf4w
The IlighrMi Medical Authorities o
Europe 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 debilitated,
cleanses vitiated blood, removes vesicle obstructions
and acts directly on the Liver and Spleen. Price $1
a bottle. JOHN Q. KELLOGG.New York. jylt4w
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A handsome Illustrated Paper, containing the Home
STEAT) Law. A NEW NUMBER lust published,
mailed free to to all parts of the world. Address,
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Land Commissioner, U. P. R. it.,
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WANTED agents fur our now book, “The Sen,
ism of Hannah Duston, and the fmlian I In rs
of .Veto Ent/land, a work of thrilling interest mid
historical value. B. It. BUSSELL, Publisher, Si
Cornhill, Boston. j>7ttw
WANTED-Agents for CIIAKI.K.H SUM
timt.ky tit'll. N P. Banks, Bishop GiL
11EUT Haven, and Wm. M. Coiinkli,. t,L. D., with
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200 PIANOS and ORGANS
INew nml Nccoiid-llnnd, of Fir*t-€'ln*« Ma
kers. will be sold at Ucurr Price*, for cash. or
Oh luNtallniciifM, or for rent, in Pity or C'ouu
try. during Ihi* mouth, la/ HOBAUR U .1 -
TURN A" HON* No. 4(*l Broadway, than
ever before offered in New York, MPB
CIALTY : Piano* and Organ* to let un
til the rent money pay* the price of the In
strument. llluHtrated Catalogues mailed.
A large discount to Minister*, Churches,
Schools, Lodges, etc. jy&Uwt
_STEAMERS.
PORTLAND, BANCOR & MACH1AN
Steamboat ComDany.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Two Trips per Week.
^ The Steamer LEWISTON,
v v Cap'. Cuah. Dekiomg, will
,U -i j, ^ leave Railroad Wharf loot of
state St., every Tuesday
"-1' .* and Friday E vruina. at
IO o’clock, or oil arrival ol Express Train from
itoston, commencing May 19tb, 181 i.
For Rockland, Castine, Deer Isle, Sedgwick, So.
West Ilarltor (Mt. Desert). Millbridge, .JoneHjrort ami
Vlacliiasport.
Returning, will leave Maehiaspert every Monday
ituI Tbxrsday morning at 5o’clock,touching asal*ove,
Arriving in Portland same night, usually connecting
a it h Pullman Train, ami early morning Trains lor
Boston.
Tlio Lewiston will touch at Bar Harbor, Mt. De
sert,) each trip from June 19th to Sent. 1 stli in addi
tion to her usual landing at So. W. Harbor, during
which lime the Lewisiou will leave Machiaaport at
l,o0, instead of 5 A. M.
The Steamer CITY OF RICHMOND, Capt.C. Kil
by, will leave Railroad Wharf every Hominy
Wedue*day and 1'iiilny Ev«niugM, nt IO
o’elo< k.orou arrival *>t ExpressTraiu from Boston.
For Bangor, touching at Rockland, Camden, Bel
fast, Searsport, Sandy Point. Buctcsport, Wiuterport
and Ham (Mien.
Returning, w ill leave Bangor every Mom lay, Wed
nesday ..nd Friday mornings, at t> o’clock, touching
at the above named landings, arriving in Portlaud at
5 o’clock p. m.
For iuriher particulars inquire at Railroad Wharf,
Portlaml.
CYRUS STURDIVANT, General Agent,
Portland, May 1874. myl8tf
PORTLAND
— AMD
I’ll ILADELP181A.
Clyde’s Iron Line of Steamers !
Running between Providence
and Philadelphia every WED
NESDAY and SATURDAY gives
___ direct communication to ana
rora Portland and all other points in Maine, with
Philadelphia and beyond. Turough rates are given to
Philadelphia and all points reached oy the Penn.
Central and the Phil. A Keadhig R. R’s., and to all
t.ie principal cities in the Soul li ami Southwest. No
V/harfage. No Commission tor forwarding.
F all imformation given by WALiau A. PEARCE,
Ageut, 29 Devonshire St., Boston, or J. B. COYLE,
dr., Portland.
VVM. P. CLYDE, & CO„ Gen’l Managers,
janll ly 12 So. Delaware Avenue Philadelphia.
INTERNATIONAL STEAMSHIP CO.
KiiNfport, CalniN nud Mt. Joloi. Digby |
U inilKor ami Halifax.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS.
THREE TRIPS PER WEEK!
l On and after Monday June 15th,
Lvcfc. ok the International SteamshipCom
BMty'sSteainwa, <'ir> ei Portland,
J jQjS^Capt. S. 11. Pike,New York, Capt.
E. B. Winchester,and New Bruns
wick, will leave Railroad Wharf, loot
of State St., every MONDAY, N\jiDNKSDAY and
Fill DAY. at G P. M., for Kastport and St. John,N. B.
Returning will leave St. .John and East port ou the
same days.
Connections made at East nmt lor St. Andrews,
Robbiiislon, Calais, Woodstock and lloultoii.
Connection* made at St. .John lor l>igb>, Annapo
lis, Windsor, Keutville. Halifax. N. S., Shediac, Am
herst, Pictou, Sumiutrside, Charlottetown, and Fred
e rickton,
CfT*Freight, received on days of sailing until 4
o’clock P. M.
jul2dtf A. It. STUBBS, Agent.
Maine Steamship Co.
SEMI-WEEKLY LINE.
Steamers Chesapeake and Franconia
Will until further notice run aa
follows:
k^ Leave Franklin Wharf,Portland
every MONDAY ami THURS
DAY, at 5 P. M., and leave Pier
Ea*t River, New York, every MONDAY and
THURSDAY, at 4 P. M.
The Franconia, leaving Portland on THURSDAYS,
is fitted up with tine accommodations tor passengers,
making this the most convenient and comfortable
route tor travellers tot ween New York and Maine.
Passage in State Room $5, meals extra.
Goods forwarded to ami from Philadelphia, Mon
treal, Quebec, St. .John, and all parts of Maine.
Shippers are requested to send their freight to the
Steamers as early as 4 1*. M., on the days they lea\e
Portland. For furl her information apply to
HENRY FOX, General Agent, Portland.
♦J. F. AMES, Ag’t, Pier 3S, E. R., New York.
ap22 dtt
Mill. LINE TO
Halifax Nova Scotia,
DIRECT !
With eennectiouN to Prince Fdwaril I»
l»..,l. < Kr. lni, nml Ml .1 A>III«. IV. V.
The Steamship FALMOUTH,
Capt. W. A. Colby, will leu-ve
Portland every Saturday at 5.3
P. M., for HALIFAX, direct
making connections with the In
tercolonial Kailway, for Windsor, Truro, New Glas
gow and Pictou, and steamers loi Prince Edward
Island; also at New Glasgow, N. S., with Lindsey's
Stages for Cape Breton, and at Halifax, with steamer
for St. Johns, N. F.
t-IT RETURNING will leave Halifax on TUES
DAYS, at 4.00 P. M.
No freight received after 10 A. M. on day ot sail
ing.
Excursion Tickets to Halifax and return good un
til October 1st, $10.00
For further information apply to J. JB. COYLE,
Jr., Franklin Wharf.
oct26dtf JOHN PORTED US. Agent.
Pacific Mail Steamship Company
TO CALIFORNIA.
<»reat Kctluctioia in Freight anil PaMUge
Kafealwayn Loner Ihau by any
other Home. 4'ouilorl, Wafety
anil Fcoucniy t’oiubined.
Passage Rates: Cabin $100,
Steerage ^50. These rates in
clude SLEEPING ACCOMMODA
TIONS, AND MEALS THEREBY
AVOIDING ANY EXTRA CHARGES.
New and eleg .nt iron Steamers with magnificent
passenger accommodations. Take this route to San
Francisco and avoid the snow and cold ot 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. I*. UAKT>
LKTT & Co., IO Kroail Ml., Ho»t»u- Rufus
Hatch, Vice Pres, and Managing Director. Agents
in Portland,
W. D. LITTLE & CO..
ap25<13m 19 1-9 EXOIIANCE HTREET
For the Islands.
ON and alter July 2, lb74, the Peak’s Island
Steamboat Company’s Steamers GAZELLE,
Capt. A. S. Oliver, and EXPRESS, Capt. B.C. Dean,
will run as follows:
Will leave the end of Custom House Wharf daily
at 6 A. M. tor Trefethen’s Landing, returning via
Jones’ Landiu' and Cushing’s Island.
At 1) A. M. and 2 P. M. for Peak’s and Cushing’s
Islands.
At 9.30 A. M. and 2 30 P. M. for Evergreen, re
turning via 'Trefethen’s and Jones’ Landings and
Cushing’s Island.
At 12 M. tor Jones’ and Trcfetlien’s Landings.
At 10.30 A. M. and 3.3U P. M« for GbiUbc’I Island
thence to Seott’s, Trcfethen and Evergreen Landings.
And at 7.15 P. M. fi r Jones’ Landing only.
On the last trip from the Islands will leave Ever
green Landing and Cushing’s Island at 5 P. M.. Tre
Fetben’s 5.10 P. M., Seott’s at 5.20 P. M., and Joues’
at 9 P. M.
Fare down and back 25 cents, Children half price.
Special arrangements can be made by applying at
the ticket office on the w barf.
>o intoxicated pernoun received on hoiccil
thi^ boats. ju3tkitf
FOR BOSTON.
In order to accommodate passengers arriving in
the city by evening trains,
o THE SUPERIOR SKA CO
INH STKA.1IKRS
JOHN BROOKS AND FOREST CITY
will, until further notice, run alternately as follows;
Leaving
FRANKLIN WHARF, Portland,
DAILY, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED)
A/I? B O’CLOCK IJ. M.
Returning leave INDIA WHARF, Boston, same
days at 7 P. M. Fare $1.50.
Tickets and State Rooms can be obtained at 22 Ex
change St reet.
Through Tickets to New York via the various
Souud Lines, for sale at reduced lates.
Freight taken at low rates.
J. B. COYLE, J R.. General] Agent. mehSOtf
8EBAG0 STEAMBOAT COMFY.
THE
Steamer Sebago
LEAVES
SUBAGO LIKE STATION
(on liuc of P. & Ow Railroad.)
For Naples, Bridgton and Mt. Pleasant, No. Bridg
ton and Harrison on arrival of train which leaves
Portland at 1.30 p. m., and connects with train which
arrives in Portland at 2.45 p. m.
Ou and after July 6th steamer MT. PLEASANT
will leave Sebago Lake on arrival ot train which
leaves Portland at 7.15 a. m.; returning, connects
witli train which arrives in Portland at 7.30 n m.
Fare from Portland to Mt. Pleasant and return
$5.00; to Naples, Bridgton, North Bridgton and Har
rison and return $2.50.
Tickets at the Depot, or at Rollins, Loring & Ad
ams, No. 22 Exchange St.
Bridgton, July 1, 1X74. jy3tf
Norfolk and Baltimore aud Washington
D. (’. Steam ship Line.
Steamships of this Linesnil from
on*l of Central Wharf, Boston
Semi-Weekly, for NORFOLK and
BALTIMORE.
Steamships
i William Lawrence” Capt. b. M. Howes.
“ William Crane,” Capt. Solomon Howes.
it*4' •eorye Appold,” Capt. Winslow Loveland
fa* lilac lex tone,” Capt. Geo. II. Ilallotf.
'John Hopkins,” Capt. W. A. Hallett
9freight forwarde*! tram Norfolk to Washington
Steamer Lady ot the La*«.
Freight forwarded from .\ct folk to Petersburg and
Richmond, by river or rail ; and by the Va. A- Venn.
Air Adnc to all points in Virginia, Tennessee, Ala
bama ami (leoraia; and over the Seaboard aud Roa
noke R. R. to all points in Morth and South Carolina
by the Bait. Jt Ohio B. R. to Washington aud 11
places West.
Through rates given to South ana West.
Fine Passenger aecommocalions.
Fare including Berth and Meal.} to Norfolk $15.00.
time 48 hours; to Baltimore $15, tune65 hours.
For further information amply to
E. SAMPSON, Agent.
jon«21f A3 Central Wharf, Bottom.
STEAMERS.
For Little Cliebcague !
ON ami after MONDAY, .Iuno L'bth, 1H74, t
steamer will run as follows:
Leaving Great Chelieugue at 7 a. in. ami 4 p. ni.
leaving Little (Jhebcague Island at 7.30 a. lu., 1*2
n. ami 5 p. m.
Leaving Franklin Wharf daily at b a, m., 2 p. in.,
imi 7 p. in.
Fare for the round trip 50 cents.
The Sunny Side Hotel on Little Chel«*ague has
l»een thoroughly re ovated aud refur. isbed aud is
first class in every respect, The tables of this Lotcl
ai 11 l*e supplied with all the celicaclc* of the sea>*.n.
Jbarges reasonable.
Sailing and fishing parties furnished with boats
»n<l all needed ap| limiccs.
ju30dtt BOA ROMAN & JENKS, Proprietor.
ALLA MOLINE.
SUMMER SERVICE.
Shortest Ocean Voyage.
_ L First-class Weekly mail steuni
, d-dy ers of this hue sail Irom 4|u« bec
fjnKPfc'N «*r«**y Kalurday tloruiug,
tor l.ivet-pool, touching at
First-class f rtiiiglitly mail sterner* of this line
sail irom Halifax every other 'I u«-»<iii}, com
mencing May -, for l.ivrrpool, touching at
Queruklowu,
The CaluMgow l.iur of steamers sail from
Quebec cveiv Thursday lor Glasgow direct.
Passage- F iist-tluf*— #.’4) to#100 gold.or its equiv
alent, according to accommodation. Thud-class #30
U. S. currescy.
Passengers booked to and from all parts of Eng
land, Ireland, Noiway, Sweden, Denmark and Ger
many.
Prepaid md Return Tickets is-ued at redmed
rates. Ap| ly to d. L. FARMER, Genera! Agent
for New England, No. 3 India street, Portia ml. Me.
tlr Miglai Stnliug ibt-ckn iuHnl for El
nuil I’pwnrdk. myVTdtf
BOSTON
—AND—
FIHLIBELPIIIil
St«‘:tiinsliip Line.
Leave each port every WedVy Jc Sat’d’y*
No Wharfage.
" xmg Whirl, Boston, 3 r..m
Pine Street Wharf, PhiU
i, at 10 a. in.
ranee one hall the rate
vessels.
Freight for the West by the Penn. K. R., and Sout
by connecting lines forwarded tree of Commission.
PASSAGE, TEX DOLLARS.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
K. B. » Agent,
Jn23-ly 70 l.oay Wharf, B«oles.
STON1NGTON LINK!
FOR NKW YORK,
AI1FAO OF AIjL OTHFKM.
'I liis is tin* only insitl,* route Avoid
lug Point Juiliili.
Seam boat Express trains leaves Boston from Bo*,
tou *JCr Providence K. U. Deuot dailv, except Sunday
at 5.30 P. M. connecting at Stouington with the en
tirely Lett and superb Steamer Rhode Island, every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and witn the eleg
ant and popular Steamer Stoningtnn every Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, ai riving in New York ai
wuyu in advance of all other line*. Baggage
checked through.
Tickets procured at depots of Boston & Maine and
Eastern Railroads aud at Rollins & A<lam> 22 Ex
change St., and W. D. Little vV Co., 41)1 Exchange St.
L. W. FILE INS. !>. s. BABCoCK.
Gen. Pasenger Ag’t. New York. President.
_____dlv
1874. Excursion Season. 1874.
I The Steamer CHAS. UOCGH
TON, (’apt. J. 11. I ee, Master,
havii g hail an addUion of thru;
feet in width on each sale ot her
hull on the water line, making
her siirt'. and standing up thinly with a large party,
thoroughly repaired and fitted up expressly for Ex
cursions, is now ready for business, an<l will carry
parties to any poir t desired upon reaw nable terms.
Faithful and efficient officers are in charge, aud pat-'
runs may rely uron every effort being made to ensure
their safety and comfort. A pply to
W. W. 111RRI8,
145 Commercial Street.
Portia in I, June 27, 1874. ju271ui
AUEJNCIES
S. It. VII.ES,
A DYEKTIMIHG AGENT.
Contracts for Advertisements in ail Newspapersoi
all cities and towusofthe United States, Canadas
and British Provinces.
Office No. t» Tremont Street, Boston.
T. C. EVANS,
ADVEKTINING AGENC Y A PKINT
KKM’ WAKlIUOiMli,
IOC WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON.
Dealer in Wood and Metal Type and all kinds of
Printers’ Materials. Advertisements inserted in any
i*a|»er in the United States or Canadas at publisher!?
lowest prices. Send for estimates.
DODD’S
ADVEKTIMING AGENCY,
121 WASHING TON STREET, BOS TON.
Advertisements receiued for every Paper in the
United States and British Provinces at the lowest
contract prices. Any information cheerfully given
and estimates promptly fuurnishcd.
HOB ACE DODD.
ESTABLISHED IN 1849.
8. HI. PETTENGILE A CO.’S
ABVERTIMNG AGENC1.
No. 10 Slate St., Boston, and 37 Park Row, New York,
Estimates furnished gratis for Advertising in all
Newspapers in the Uuiicd Stales end British Prov
inces.
OEOBliE F. UOWELL A CO ,
ADtliBTIMTO AUKNTR
TO ALL THE LEADING NEWSPAPERS.
Dealers in Printing Material, of every description,
.'ype, Presses, etc.
Office No. 41 Park How, New York.
BATES A LOCKE,
Newspaper Advertising Agents,
31 PARK ROW, NEW YORK.
•I. II. Datks, late ot D. It. Lockk. o Locke ft
S. M. Pettengil] cfc Oo. Jones, Toledo blade.
r,.r l.et inn i.
C. J. WlIEELEit,
^(ElVliPAPEBADVERTIfllNGAOKKT
A5. 5 Washington Building,
PROVIDENCE. R. 1.,
!\o!!-Uc«i<l4‘ii( T:i\c§
■ a the Town of !7rw f>lourr«trr in the
County of4'nin!»« rlmui for the Vrur IS? 3
milE following i** a list of taxon on real entitle of
JL non-resident owners in the* town o» New Glouces
ter for the year 1873, in bills loinniitted to Benjamin
W. Merrill, Collector of said town, on the 21st day
dune. 1673. has l»eeu returner by him t mean re
maining unpaid, on the 2d day of June, 1874, bv his
certilieate ot that date, and now remain unpaid, no
tice is hereby given that if the said taxes, mterest
and charge-; are not paid into the treasuivot the
said town within eighteen months trom the*date >t
the commitment of the said bills, so mucb of the real
estate taxed as will be sufficient to pay .lieamoun
due tlierefor including the interest and . barges n il
without further notice be sold at public auction a
Sew a 11 Gross* store Upper Gloucester, in said town,
on SATURDAY, the 2nd day of January, 1875, at
two o’clock, P. M:
Tax for 1873. Ratio of tax $1.13 on $100 valuation.
Names. Acres. No. Lot. No. Div. Am’t.
Samuel Tuttle, H-j lwl 33 r,
Samuel Poole, 144 46 1 90
Charles P. Jordan, 3 104 33 1 ,7
Benj. Burnham, 6$ 103 37 15
Elijah Bennett, 17 1 44
flame* 11. Mayall, 35
Samuel Tuttle, 10$ I 37
Samuel Poole, I 90
Charles P. fiord an, 3 1 37
Benj. Burnham, 6$ 1 32
Elijah Bennett, 14 1 44
James H. Mayall, 35 102 7 2 71
Sbadoc Humphrey, 18 92
A. S. Hatch, 10 l 15
Mrs. Win. Tine, 3 9 3 tm
Daniel Merrill, 2 9 3 46
flushua Pierce, lirs, 60 6 90
Tuttle & Lawrence, land
formerly owned by Joseph
M.. awyer, 2 30
William Sweetsir, 20 2 30
Win. Harmon, unpaid
highway lax of 1872, 75
Charles H. Smith, known
as tne J. K. E. Cushman
place, unpaid highway
tax of 1872, balauce due, 10 02
BENJAMIN W. MERRI. L.
Trea. urer of Now Gloucester.
New Gloucester, June 21, 1874 ju25dtt
I I O It is important
VJ w II Li that people sh uld
know it
Dr. Evans* Rem
edy w ill cure
that
to satisfy the most
skeptical. No burn
bug aisurt it. Mon
ey given back It it
CATARRH. 1'rta,J8c“
HICKS A CO.,
jeXSeodtf IO-4 Federal JM
Sec Pluck and
l.iiiiirli l
Buy PLVCK and b<
Happy.
The jol’lest, most rol
icking, and plucky story xvN*
over told by painter’s
brush, is faithfully corded in the" £T7renn>-. They
ate 16 by 22 iueln s in sise. Price $10 the pair. Send
orders to the publisher.
J F. HIDE It.
‘439 Superior Ml., Cleveland, O.
Jut-*__ d >»«.
JtMf PKimTUHG of every description neatly
executed at this office.

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