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TUESDiT^lOKMX** SEPTEMBER 12. j THE PRESS. May be obtained at the Periodical Depots of N. G. Fessenden, Marquis, Brunell &C>„ Andrews, Arm strong, Wentworth, Hodsdon, a. T. Cleveland, Rob ert Custel o^ Forest City NewB Stand, Jewett, Bose, Hitchi.*-)gs & vicFarland, WatBon, Stinson, Boston & Maine Wepot, and Chisholm Bros., on all rains that riam out of the city. Auburn, Willard Small & Co. Augusta, J. F. Pierce. Bangor, Bangor News Co. Bar Harbor, F. S. Jordan. Bath, J. O. Shaw. Biddeford, F. M. Burnham. * “ A. L. Jellerson. Brunswick, B. G. Dennis u. Cumberland MUli, F. a. Terrill. Damarctsootta, E. W. Dunbar. Freeport, W A. Mitchell. Fryeburg, R. C. Harmon. Fairfield, K. H. Evans. Farmington, D. H. Knowlton. Gardiner, Palmer & Co. Gorham, Jas. H. Irish & Co, Hallowell, C. E. Spaulding. Lewiston, Chandler & Estee. Livermore Falls, G. l>. Hughes. Mechanic Fills, A. W. Bridge, E. A. Thomas. Norway, S.fU Crockett, A. O. Noyes. Old Orchard, Geo. E. Fogg, A. L. Jellison, Richmond, G. A. Beale. Rockland, O. S. Andrews, Sabattus, E. H. Johnson. Saccaraj pa, F. E. Webb Saoo, H. B. Kendrick & Co., fipriugvale, C. H. Pierce. So. Paris A. M. Gerry. Thomaston, S. Delano. Yinalh&ven, H. M. Roberts. Waldoboro, G. Bliss. Vfaterville, J. M. Wall. Yarmouth, W. E. Smith. _ CITY AND VICINITY. HEW (ADVERTISEMENTS TO-DAY ENTERTAINMENTS. Portland Theatre—Rentz-Santley. MISCELL 1NEOUS NOTICES. Chaflin * Libby—Peaches. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. School Books—Loring, Short* Harmon. School Bags Loring, Short & haimon. Wanted— Mrs. Jot ham F. Clark. Wanted-W. T. Holt. Good Horse For Sale—L. A. Goudy & Co., Wanted—A Few Lady Copyists. Notice is Hereby Given. Wanted—Active Partner. Girl Wanted. Lodging House For Sale—Mrs. J. G. Porkins. <- ; ~ ! Chaffin 8c Libby will receive this morning 300 baskets of extra fine peaches, which they will sell at low prices. These will be about the last to be received this season. F. O. Bailky & Co. will sell today at 3 p. ni., on the premises, the cottage fourth from P. & R. R. traolrou Woodford St, Woodford’s, Deering. Lot 50x100. This is one of the best lots in this location, and all in want of real es tate will do well to attend the sale. See auc tion column. ATTENTION ROBIE CLUB. Every member and friends of the Robie Club is requested to be at their Headquarter’s this evening at 7.30 sharp to celebrate their victory. Per order J. I». PRINDABLE, Pres, E D. WINCHENBAUUH, Sec. Brief Jottings Rainy day yesterday. Mercury 06° at sun rise, 62° at noon, 00° at sunset; wind south east. Good morning, Gov. Robie. Mrs. Cushing of Thomaston saug at the First Parish Church last Sunday. Locals were dull enough yesterday. All the interest was at the polls. When Gov. Robie entered ihe Republican Headquarters last night he was heartily cheered. The Temperance Reform Club will give an entertainment at Good Templar’s Hall, Clapp’s Block, thi< evening, consisting of singing, readings, &c.' Fletcher, of the Sea Shore House, Long Is land, will have a benefit to-morrow. There will be a clam-bake and fire-works and his many friends will give him a bumper. Some boys, who had secured a key to the back door, tried to get into Mr. S. H. Coles worthy’s store, Sunday, when Mr. Colesworthy was there. When discovered they ran and have not been captured. The New York and Chicago Electric Under ground Conduit Company will put in a peti tion'at the next meeting of the City Council for the right to lay their wires for telegraph ing, telephoning and electric lighting under ground in Hits city. MUSIC AND THE DRAMA. WILBUR OPERA CO. The photographs o£ the Wilbur Opera Com pany who will appear at Portland Theatre, Friday and Saturday next, adorn the shop windows, a»d judging from their appearaace we should say they are a fine looking set of people. The corps has been enlarged this year and several excellent performers added to the capital cast the manager presented here last season. That the company will receive a hearty welcome is certain. “Olivette will be give* Friday, and “Mascotte” Saturday, with possibly another opera at the Saturday mati nee. THE TOURISTS. An excellent entertainment was that given by the Tourists at Portland Theatre last night, and, despite the election,a good-sized audience gathered. The familiar extravagauzi was remarkably well received and several of the acts, especially those of Mr. Daly, received several encores. Mestayer was full of fun as ever, and the new people were as well received as the old. To-night there should ba a crowd ed house. NOTES. Rentz’s Minstrels and Burlesque Company will appear at Portland Theatre next Monday night. This tr< upe includes Miss Mabel Santley, Mile. Catherine, Miss Rosa Lee, Miss Lizzie Payne, Miss Lida Gardner, Miss Lottie Elliott, Arthur and Virgie Johnson, Harry Morris, Bennett and Gardner, the sisters Cuthbert, H. F. Dixey and Miss Mary Ley ton, Dutch Daly, J. W. Harrington, William Singer, Misses Blanche Moucnef, May Cooke, Fanny Florence, Alice Ballon, Victoria North, Jennie Montague, and many others, who will appear iu a varied programme. The burlesque of “Claude Duval; or, Love and Larceny,” will conclude the performance. L. P. Barret will appear at Portland Thea tre the 19th iust. Barrett has passed the sum mer in Europe and returns to his profession with renewed vigor. The New York Times says: “Charles L. Da?is produced his comedy ‘Alvi» Joslin at the Windsor Thentre last evening, and gave a large audience an opportunity to enjoy three hours of hearty laughter. Mr. Davis’imper aation is mirth provoking and last evening he was greeted with roars of laughter and a p plause.” Mr. Davis will appear at Portland Theatre the 20th inst. The Stockbridge course «f lectures and con certs is causing a good deal of favorable com ment about town. The course tickets will be sold Saturday. To bear Minnie Hauk is alone worth the price of a ticket. Personal. Mrs. Elizabeth Akers Allen was in the city yesterday but left for New York last night. The infant daughter 0* F. L. Bartlett of PoUlapd, died in Bangor Sunday at the resi dence oil?: P. Baldwin, Esq. The Mail says- the health of 6X-Preaia9nt Robins of Colby Umfcft^ity is much improved. Dr. Robins is bow in Geneva, Switzerland. Senator Edmunds and tamily arrived at Eaetport on Wednesday last by steamer from St. John, and passed through .Portland Satur day morning. "CT President Cheney has been in j to attend tha Vermont Yearly Meeting to 1 \held at Lyndon Center, Vermont, this mon and to speak on the subject “General Principles of Education.” Among the journalists in the city are Col. Z. A. Smith of the Boston Journal, C. C. Couillard of the Herald, Mr. Decrow of the Globe, and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hall of the Worcester Gazette. The Maranocook Regatta. To-morrow the trains 10 Maranocook will be loaded with boatiug men and tbeir friends from all parts of the country eager to see the great S3,000 race between Riley and Kennedy. The regatta of the Dirigo olub alone is enough to test the carrying capacity of the Maine Cen tral with its admirably arranged series of race's. Oar advertising columns give full par ticulars as to the entries. Glover’s lull baud will furnish the music iu the pavilion for the dancing. ^_ The Lake Sebago Novelty. .Collins is always getting up something orig inal to please the crowd and draw a crowd. Next Thursday at Lake Sebago he will have the great naval contest between the Enterprise and Boxer represented, with a splendid >*P aj of fireworks and concert by Collins s ban School Books. Messrs. Loring, Short & Harmon are offer ing school books at wholesale prices. They al so furnish composition books, all kinds of sta. tionery, slates, book straps and all other schoo. paraphernalia at reasonable prices. CITY ELECTION. Col. Robie Receives a Plural ity of 243, COUNTY OFFICERS’ PLURAL ITY FROM 40 TO 419. Reading of Returns in City Hall to a Happy Crowd of Listeners. It is generally conceded that a wet day is unfavorable to Republicans, on the ocoasion of an elect on, and correspondingly auspleious for the opposition. Yesterday Bbowed, by its glorious results, that old saws sometimes fail to meet the case. The Republicans gathered at the polls well, and while the total vote thrown in Portland was 425 less than in 1880, when Gov. Plaisted received his election, the plurality this year was nine more for Gen. Ro bie than for Gov. Davis. The total vote thrown in 1880 was 6,887, and in 1882 was 6,462. As soon as the polls were opened, there was quite a hasty, but good-natured effort made to see which one should have the honor of cast ing the first ballot. From that time the vot ing went steadily on, without excitement, un til the close of the polls at 4 o’clock. Split tickets abounded, and both parties used them with some effect. By comparing the votes of 1880 and 1882, however, it will be seen that as far as the governor was concerned, the results show about the same relative proportion. The Republican scratchers were fully met by the Democratic. Some of the tickets when placed iu the box were alino* a mass of stickers, from the liberties taken tvith the original by the owjer. It would be Impossible to give the va rious scratch ballots. On some Stevens’ name was substituted for Cram’s, for Register of Deeds; ou others Hull’s name appeared; on others still Cram’s was substituted for Hull’s. The general request seut by Hull to voters iu the city to support him did not seem to have caught on to any great extent as Mr. Cram’s plurality is 309. Mr. Webb received the compliment of the largest plurality of all the couuty officers iu the city vote, obtaining 419, and next him came the genial Clerk of the Courts, Mr. Den nett, with 414. Perhaps the most astonished man will be Sheriff Sawyer, whose rival, Mr. True, will go out of the city with 40 plurality. As the argumenl lias been generally used that’ in large cities, a Prohibitionist sheriff cannot get a plurality of votes, the above fact goes to show that with all the efforts made by the op position, still Mr. True can do it. The Independent ticket naturally excited curiosity as to the number of votes it would obtain. In five wards theie were 25 votes cast for Mr. Vinton, and as there were six scatter ing in the other two, it is possible he may have iiave received those also,making a total of 31. The same vote was received by the Inde pendent candidates for Congress. The Solon Chase ticket captured 32 votes corresponding to the Rye ticket of 1880, which received 33. In the vote for members of Congress it will be seen that Mr. Reed runs way ahead of his ticket, followed in order by Messrs. Dingley, Mil liken aDd Boutelle. Mr. Dane led the Fusion ticket followed by Ladd, March and Thing. In the Republican representative vote Gen. C. P. Mattocks led closely followed by Mr. Hale. Many of the Irish voters refused to vote for D. W. True and others scratched Mr. Geo. F. Talbot’s name and substituted Gen. Mattock’s. After the polls were closed there was a great .gathering in front of the newspaper offices. Many of the well known Fusionists faces were wreathed with smilus. They heard the report that the Republicans were whipped and, despite the falling rain, they wanted to enjoy the good news. As the returns kept coming in, with reports of great Republican gains, they gradually melted away, until, at nine o’clock, the last solitary lingerer had de parted. There will be weeping and wailing and guashing of teeth as those little bets are paid especially where odds of two to one were offered on Plaisted, with takers. In the City Hall. When it became evident that the Republi cans were roiling up a majority in the State such as even the most sanguine had not ex pected crowd of enthusiastic Republicans, gathered iu City Hall, filling it for several hours, and listened to the returns as they came in, with cheers and applause. Mr. Charles Mc Laughlin, also two of the successful candidates one for Senator and the other for Representa tive, were present, and were fairly forced on to the stage by the eager and enthusiastic crowd where th«y made excellent brief speeches con gratulating their hearers on the glorious news. Alderman Littla also made a brief but perti nent speech aud, later, others. The following is the official vote of the city: CITY VOTE FOR GOVERNOR. 1880. 1882. Ward 1.417 411 l'l ' 404 392 7 4 v no: r>r;i 3 3<‘2 5«3 *5 o 3i593 423 9 536 415 4 7 4.480 691 5 409 640 6 2 5.665 396 2 494 401 4 11 6.513 382 3 507 360 O 4 7.623 359 2 625 300 6 6 Islands 56 89 1 _ _«■ _6^ _f 3536 3302 33 16 3318 3075 32 37 CD ^ e e g? SC g* -0 05 01 I^OOMm I i j I : : :; I 0 • i • i • • ; a W I : : : : : : : : ® 2 w © ©i d **• oi m if;.paajl «— C l tb- cn A. t; CO ~ © 1 41 P to I ©©©©>►©©© P* CD 1 I #.232£iS2fe--*>iaaKi —■ |, ©©t—©WXtOtO I-* as , o x w I 2 © CO I CS —l ti-. 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SlfetS§£Si5 ■ ► SfLgS^gSt.Sauoi W col 00 rf* *0 tO ^ H* © © CO © .. T h* • ci«w©w©©-m au X M | NwW»®i»*-t-W to © fc5«W©iACJiW o* daowceW©©;*. © fcO ^ © J-* © h- Co to I © to W CO © £ u, GO © ©i©c;i©w©©-3. ©1 I to©i-^dM©© Co I © tOCOCO©^aiW .f t!a,r © cncc4-©to©o* .AJJ«a © I to © if- rf»- © Cn O W to j H“| to HCP MM ,,,, a r* tii>3C? -3 I W-l©tf-©r© CO 3 H *J®JS CLERK OF COURTS. Dennett McQuillan Scat Ward 1. 424 380 9’ 2 :::::::.309 609 3 .663 412 11 4 .426 630 9 5 .612 399 JO .532 352 2 7 . 643 291 9 Islands. 42 63^ _1 3440 3026 61 VOTE FOR SHERIFF. True. Sawyer. Scat Ward 1.406 397 8 2 .293 619 3 .629 422 16 4 .376 667 12 6 .477 429 9 6 .492 384 4 7 .613 3*7 7 Islands. 43 62 1 3227 3187 66 VOTE FOR ATTORNEY. Coombs. Moulton. Scat. Wardl..416 386 9 2 .... .306 609 3 646 416 8 4 413 644 7 Gi.496 407 . 11 lS i ... .619 369 3 7 626 299 9 Islands. 40 65 3358 307b 48 yOTE FOR TREASURER. Webb. Dyer. Scat. Ward 1.422 382 10 Ward 2.309 609 O Ward 3 .670 397 8 Ward 4.423 634 8 Ward 5.511 400 10 Ward 6.520 365 0 Ward 7. 646 286 9 Islands. 43 52 3,444 3,026 46 VOTE FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS. Cram. Hull. Scat. Ward 1.406 386 18 2 .296 604 8 3 .639 384 46 4 .399 617 43 5."'. 479 378 62 6 482 333 66 t;;;;.;;..601 233 36 Islands... 41 52 3243 2934 282 VOTE FOR COMMISSIONERS. Prince. Nutter. Elder. Plummer. Scat. Ward 1.417 424 385 385 14 2.311 310 507 607 7 4.667 696 410 401 8 4 414 420 642 639 12 5 .510 519 403 400 4 6 .524 E28 359 35 3 1 7 .646 649 292 292 11 Islands.... 43 42 53 52 1 3422 3458 3051 3029 58 The county vote and returns from the State will be found on the telegraphio page. FOUND ON LONG ISLAND. The Conclusion of the IBlanchard-Jones Case. Yesterday, both Mr. Geo. L. Blanchard and Mr. R. E. Jones returned to Portland, Mr' Blanchard having found Mr. Jones at Long Island. It tseems that Thursday night Mr. Jones, with Mrs. Blanchard and the children, went to Falmouth Foreside and stopped at a farmer's where they dried their wet clothes and were taken care of for a few hours. They then started on the return to Long Island, but final ly concluded to stop at Hog Island, where they took to the bushes, exposed that night te the cold fog. Friday morning they went over to Pumpkin Knob, stopping in the unoccupied house there during that day, Friday and Sat urday. Saturday night they returned to the end of Long Island, and went to the house of an acquintance, who took care of them. In the meantime, Mr. Blanchard, accompa nied by officer Gribben, made a thorough search, and Saturday evening went toJenk’s landing on Long Island. Here they were in formed by a young man where the parties they were in search of were stopping. Accord ingly Messrs. Blanchard and Gribben went to the school house near by the house where Jones was, and an islander sent to Jones tore quest him to meet Mr. Blanchard. This he did. The two men then made the following arrangement.* that Mr. Blanchard should re ceive the two children, Fannie and George L. BLnchard, Jr., with whom he will proceed to Kansas city. The officer did not go the house where Mrs. Blanchard was, as Mr, Jones stat ed she had got a fearful cold from the exposure of Thursday night, and was almost insane. He and she, however, agreed that she should go to Cambridgeport, Mass., to-day, where her mother resides, and where the most of the children’s clothing is kept, and from thence Mr. Blanchard will take the children west. Mr. Blanchard speaks in the highest terms of officer Gribben, who worked so hard and faith fully, and with such successful results. Railroad Motes. The old pooling arrangement between the Boston & Maine and Eastern railroad compan ies having expired, the business is being done at present with the understanding that the pool rates are to be determined in the future. It is now expected that an arrangement of some kind will be effected during the coming month. . _ _ The Montreal, Portland and Boston Railway is now completed from West Farnham, Que., to East Franklin, Yt. The road will soon be completed to Sheldon. As before announced the California Southern is completed from National City, on San Diego Bay, northward to a connection with the Southern Pacific at Colton, 129 miles. This gives San Diego a railroad for the firit time. The distance by rail from the San Diego Bay terminus to Los Angeles is 18T miles, and to Sau Francisco 669 miles. A meeting of the stockholders of the Euro pean and North American railway was held at the office of the President in Bangor, on Satur day, for the purpose of acting in regard to the lease of the railway to the Maine Central Com pany. A large majority of the stock was rep resented, and the stockholders voted unani mously to ratify the lease. As privately stated a meeting of the M<*ine Central stockwolueis will be held in Portland on the 13th for action on the same lease. They will doubtless ratify it, and then the long-talked-of lease will be consummated.________ Excursion or Portland i3jnuM.myuuwm,. Portlaud Encampment will start on their i trip to Springfield tonight, arriving home on the morning of the 15th. The excellent pro gramme haB already been published in the Pbess, and is one in which is crowded the greatest amount of enjoyment in the shortest time. Chandler’s full band will accompany the excursionists. If the weather is pleasant they wili go by the boat, and members are re quested to be at the hall at 6 o’clock. If un pleasant they will meet an hour earlier and go by train, reaching Springfield early Wednes day morniDg. Saccarappa. At the burning of the Cirigo Underwear Company’s box manufactory and storehouse on Saturday night, Mr. Geo. W. Cole, while attempting to carry the hose pipe under the burning building, was crushed to the earth by falling timbers. The weight upon him was so great that jack-screws had to be used to raise the timber and release him. Ho was taken into a neighboring house and physicians sum moned. They found that he was badly brniaed and jammed, and that hit back-bone was ditlo oated, which caused a paralysis of the lower extremities. The physicians eoniider that there is a possible chance for bis recovery. The Central Office. There was an extra foice employed and hard as work at the telephone office Monday. From to 6 p. m. it was impossible to keep np with he calls. The operators did not go to supper, and every exertion possible was made to meet the unusual demand upon the telephone. Obsequies of the Late Hon. L. H. Hutch lnson. The funeral of the late Hon. L. H. Hutch inson at Bates Street Universalist church, Lewiston, Sunday afternoon, was one of the largest and most a Seating ever helden in Lew iston. Theohuroh was crowded. The An droscoggin Bar Association, in a body, Tranquil Lodge, F. & A. M., of Auburn, at tended. Senator Frye sat with bis brother lawyers. Several members of the Maine House and Senate were present, among them the entire Portland delegation. President Cheney of Bstes College, read a passage of scripture. Rev. G. S. Dickerman of the Pine Street Congregational chnrch offered prayer and eulogized the deceased. Rot. Mr. Haskell, pastor of Bates Street L'niversalist church, spoke of the endearing qualities of the deceas ed and of his religions belief. He read Mr. Hutchieson’s favorite poem. Fitting music was impressively rendered by a select choir. The floral offerings were beautl'ul. The tar Association sent a floral book with the word “Brother” upon it. Tranquil Lodge contribut ed a broken shaft of flowers. The bearers were Hou. George C. Wing, E. S. Paul, John B. Cotton, Esq., and Postmaster H. C. Little. The oldest danghtor of the deceased fainted in the church.—Lewiston Journal. STATE NEWS.” CUMBERLAND COUNTY. The Telegraph says that Bowdoin College chapel is being pointed. The towers have not settled. The whole work is being carefully done. Leakages had occurred about the towers, and stalactities had formed as in caverns. The Telegraph reports many casts of typhoid fever at Brunswick. KENNEBEC COUNTY. The Gardiner Reporter says: “Can it be possible that there is a stealthy ‘ire-bug’ in this community. Circumstances seem to point in that direction.” The Journal says some nine or ten Posts of the G. A. R., and several bauds are expected to participate in the procession on the occasion of the dedication of the Augusta soldiers’ monument. The Advertiser says Mrs. Rufus Whitten, an old resident of ClintOD, died Thursday, Aug. 31st, after a short illness, at the residence of Mr. Ira Whitten, at the advanced age of 48 years. Mrs. Raymond Doe of Clinton, who has for a number of years been a great sufferer from shocks of paralysis, died Tuesday, Aug. 29th, aged about 67 years. Fer thirteen days before her death she could not swallow a morsel of food. PENOBSCOT COUNTY. The Whig says the Bangor Reform Club celebrated their eighth birthday of their or ganizatiom in City Hall, Bangor, Saturday afternoon. The house was well filled by the citizens together with many from the neighboring towns. President Page coudi'Cted the meeting and his programme, as presented, made the whole affair one of unflagging in terest. In an ice house at East Hampden, on Satur day, a large timber fell twenty feet and stmck Clarence Dugan, cutting a severe gash in his head. SAGADAHOC COUNTY. The Times says James Howe of Bath, who was arrested Tuesday, for stealing a horse from the Rice brothers’ farm, near Augusta, has been taken befoip. an Augusta judge, and placed under $306 bonds for his appearance at a higher court. The Times says Daniel Hodgkins’ store, at Bath, was entered from the rear, the burglar passing through a vacant tenement in the private way, last Monday noon while he was at dinner, and from $20 to $25 in money stolen from his money drawers. One was a private drawer that he didn’t think any one knew of. WASHINGTON COUNTY. The Calais Times says the destruction of salmon at Salmon Falls, at the cotton mill dam, Calais, is deplorable. No fish way has yet been provided by the corporation, and the salmon gather under the rolling dam and at tempt to pass through the water that falls over the top ef that structure, and in doiug so fall back and are stunned by falling across logs and ledges. Men and boys, not satisfied with net ting these fish, now arm themselves with pitch forks and spear them. Many of 'he fish escape, after having the fines ef the fork driven through them, only to die. All this is done in defiance ef our State laws. SOMETHING EVERY LADY OUGHT TO KNOW. There exists a means of se curing a soft and brilliant Complexion, no matter how poor it may naturally be. Jtagan’s Magnolia Balm is a delicate ana harmless arti cle, which instantly removes Freckles.Tan, Redness, Roughness, Eruptions, Vul gar Flushings, etc., etc. So delicate and natural are its effects that its use is not suspected by anybody. No lady has the right to present a disfigured face in society when the Magnolia Balm is sold by all druggists for 75 cents. jyl TT&Slmnrm HEADQUARTERS — FOR SCHOOL SUPPLIES. School Books, School Bags, Slates, plain and cov ered, Pencils, Memoran dum Books, Composition Books, Composition Papers, Blank Books of all kinds, and a large variety of Sta tionery and Fancy Goods. Our Note Paper, 5 Quires for 25 cents is the best thing in the market for the money. A.-.aa - Frank B. Clark, 515 com STREET. sepS dlvv 245 MIDDLE STREET^ Fall Style Silk Hats now ready. Also, YOUSd MEN’S FILL STYLES In Soft and Stiff Hats, just received. YOUNG MEN’S ROUND TOP Nobby Curl Brim Derby, High and Low Crown, the Leading Style. Look nt Perry’s Special Styles in Nobby Hats for Young Men. All the aders in stock. THE SELF CONFORMING STIFF HAT, the best fitting hat in the market. SILK HATS made toorder and a perfect fit warranted. E. N. PERRY, 245 Uliddle Street. sep2__ e#Jtf JERSEY^ MILK. tVAMILVES .applied with good Jersey Milk every 1; morning, Sundays included. Kitia milk tarnished when desired. Address Y. H. SOULE, Woodford’*. ang24 dtI TRADE CIRCULAR FOR 1882. WHOLESALE OF PORTLAND, RflE. This circular Is presented by the un dersigned, Wholesale Dealers and Manu facturers of Portland. The Merchant and Manufacturer will here Arid conven iently classified and Indexed general merchandise and supplies of very de scription, which are offer » to the Trade by firms whose facilities, experi ence ana enterprise have given this City an honored position among the W hole ale Markets of the conutrv. A—STEEL AND IRON PLOWS. . JOHN J. FRYE, Mt’r,, 111 Greene St AI-RILE LTD HAL Implement., Seed. KENDALL A WHITNEY, Market Square AORICELTERAL and Dairy Imple ment.. GEO. BLANCHARD A BRO. 46 Union ARTI.TS’ Materials, Picture Frames, Art Roods. H. G. HE WES, 693 Cong. St BELTINCr M’fr’a. Rest Oak Tanned. H. Wr. RACE A CO., 136 Middle St BEEF. Domestic nnd Chicago Dressed. JOHN L. BEST A CO., 289 Comercial St. BONE Fertilizers and Menl, Lime. Ac C. W. BELKNAP A SON, 142 Commercial St BOOTS, Shoes and Moccasins. IX>RD, HASKELL A CO., 136 Middle St BOOTH and Shoes, Leather A Findings, A. F. COX A SON, Manufacturers BOOTH and Shoes, Leather A Fiodings. O. J. WALKER A CO., 163 and 166 Middle St BOOTH and Hhoes, Manfrs. ana Jobbers. CHASE, KNIGHT A CO., 62 and 64 Union St BOOTH, Shoes, Leather and Findings. B. B. FARNSWORTH A OO., 133 Middlo St BOOTS A Shoes, Mfr*. Ladies’ A Misses' Fine Shoes. SHAW. GOD1NG A CO. BOOTH A Shoes, Leather A Findings. WHITNEY GAITER SHOE 00.. 222 Newbury BARRELS and Cooperage stock. E. S. HAMLEN. 276 Com’l St, A 240 Fore St BOILER Makers and Blacksmiths. QUINN A CO. Office, 36 Commercial St BOOKS. Stationery nnd Room Papers. BAILEY A NOYES, 68,70 A 72 Exchange St BOOKS, Stationery A Room Papers, LURING, SHORT A HARMON, 474 Congress BOOKS, Blank Books nnd Stationery, DREmSER. MoLELLAN a CO.. 47 Exohauge BllOlts, 't own nia s. n. supplies HOYT. FOGG & DONHAM, 193 Middle st. BRUSH MFRS., Paint, Whitewash, Ac. D. WHITE & SONS, 127 Middle St BRUSH Mfr’s., Pnint, Whitewash, Ac., TRUE BROTHERS, 176 Fore St. CABINET Mahers. Fine Furniture. DEANE BROS. & SANBORN, 183 Middle St CARPETINGS and Paper Hangings. MARRETT, BAILEY A CO.. 190 A 192 Middle CARRIAGE A Sleigh Mfrs. A Dealers. MARTIN, PENNELL AOC.. Elm A Cumberland CARRIAHE nad Sleigh Mfrs. A Dealers ZEN AS THOMPSON, Ju., 34 to 38 Union St CARRIAGE and Saddlery Hardware. JAMES BAILEY A 00., 264 Middle St (VANNED Meats, Fish and Vegetables. j PORTLAND PACKING GO., 221 Commercial CIHAKS. Manufacturer and Importer ERNESTO PONCE, cor. Exchange and Middle CIHARS, Tobaccos, Canned Hoods, Ac. G. W. S1M0NT0N A CO., 13 and 16 Union St CUOTHINH and Famishing Hoods J. T. LEWIS A CO., 147 Middle St CI.OTHING Manufacturers A Jobbers ALLEN A CO., 229 Middle and 6 Temple ZU CVOAI., Wholesale, by Cargoor Carload. / RANDALL A MCALLISTER, 60 Commercial St CO A I,, by the Cargo, Carload or Ton. S. ROUNDS A SON, 36 Commercial St COAUi, Dealer in Speeial Coals. HENRY L. PAINE. 267 Commercial S CVOAI,. Lehigh, White Ash and Cumberland. / WARREN A RING, 162 Commercial St COAU. Wholesale by Carload or Ton. CHARLES H O’BRION. 236 Com’l St CVOFFEE Roasters and Spice Hrinders. J H. H. NE VENS A CO., 184 A 186 Fore St COFFEES, Spices, Cream Tartar, Ac ROLLINS A RUMEBY, 184 A 186 Com. St. CON F ECTION A BY, Plain A Fancy Mfr L. J. PERKINS, 489 Congress St COOPERAGE (STOCK Exporters. GEO. S. HUNT A CO., Ill Commercial St CROCKERY, China and Hlass Wan) C. E. JOSE A CO., 140 A 142 Middle S CROCKERY, Hlass and Plated Ware. HAYES A DOUGLASS, 242 Middle St. DRAIN PIPE, Harden Border, Emery Wheels. Ac. J. W. SXOCKWELL. DOORS, Windows, Blinds nnd Fixtures LEGROW BROS., 24 Preble St DRUHHISTS, Painters A Mfrs. Supplies W. F. PHILLIPS A 00.,134 to 138 Middle St DRUGS, Chemicals A Drag’ts Sundries. J. W. PERKINS A CO., 74 A 76 Commercial St DRUHIS, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Ac. E. L. SXANWOOD A CO., Market st DRUGS, Medicines, Paints and fR Is. W. W. WHIPPLE A CO., 21 Muket S I re DRUHIS, Medicine*. Paint* and *0ss C. A. PARSONS A CO., 117 and 119 Midi* „S DRY Hoods, Woolens, and Faucy Ho' Js DEERING, MILL1KEN A CO., 166 Middle St DRY Hoods, Woolens nnd Fancy floods STORER BROS. A CO, 64 A 66 Middle St Dry hoods and woolens. WOODMAN, TRUE A CO., 7 to 141 Middle St Dry hoods, woolen*. Ac. A. LITTLE A GO., 236 A 238 Middle St I EMBROIDERIES, I,aces. Fancy Hoods JOHN F. RAND, 96 Cross St FISH, Dry and Pickled, Dealer* in Salt. DANA A CO., 124 Commercial St FISH, Dry. Pickled nad Smoked. GEO.TREFETHKN A CO. SOommercial Whaf FI, OCR and Hroceries. WILLIAMS, PULS1KER A CO., 69 Com’l St FUOUK, Hroceries and Provisions. K. C. HEKSEY A CO.. 93 A 96 Com’l st. 1VUBNITUKE of Every Description. ' PORTLAND FURNITURE CO., 40 Exchange FVU NITURE Manfrs. Fine A Uommon WALTER OOliEY A Co., 28 Free S GAI.VANIZI D IKON. Gutters A Cornices. W. H. SCO T. Mfrs., 29, 31 A 33 Union St TV ROUERIE* Flour and Provisions. VJT W.AC. R. Mil ken 107 A 109 Commercial St GROCERS. Flour and Provisions. COUSENS A TOMLINSON, 217 A 219 om’ GROCERS, Spice GrinderB A Oolloe Roasters TW1TCHKLL, OHAMPLIN A CO., 176 Com 1 TV ROUEKS. Vn CHAS. iVICJUAUtmUlXI at w,. tcuutu st. Cl ROGERS, W SAWYER, FOSS ft DEERING.l Central Whrl GHUC'ERIEN and Provision*. CONANT ft RAND, 163 Commercial St GROCERIES, Flour and Provision*. FLETCHER ft CO., 169 Commercial St C1UOGER1ES, Flour and Provision*. T H. S. MELCHER ft CO., 147 Commercial St GROCERN. Provisions and Flour, w. P. CHASE ft CO, 167 Commercial St (v ROPE BN and Deale rs in Floar. K SMITH, GAGE ft CO., 92 Commercial St HARDWARE, Cutlery and Earl* Tools SMITH, TIBBETTS ft CO., 131 Middle St ■ hardware. Agent* for Oriental Powder Mill* ti N. M. PERKINS ft CO., No. 2 Free St. BIT Hardware, miu supplies, Agts. wuiiam* Belting. KING ft DEXTER, 269 Middle St HATS.Pnps, Fur*, Robe* and fllove*. BYRON GKEENOUUH & CO., 234 Middle St IRON, Steel, Henry Hardware Arc. A. E. STEVENS ft CO.. 146 ft 150 Commercial IKON, (steel. Purring* Hnidware Arc. I?. COREY ft CO., 125 ft 127 Commercial St LUMBER, (Ship Knee* nnd (Ship Build ing. W. H. SIMONTON, 314 Commercial St LSI ,I HER. Southern Pine Timber, Plank and BoaruB. J. W. DEERING, 210Commerclal LpAIDER, all kinds. Black Walnut a pe oiaity. S. W. LARKABEE ft SON, Corn’l St L1AIE, Pemeut, Pal. Ar Land Plastet aud Huir. 0. A. B MORSE ft 00., 6 Coin’l Whl LCAUSER, Spruce, Pine aud Short. RUMEKY, B1RN1E ft CO.. 332 Commercial St LUMBER of All Kind*, “Alanufr .’ EDWIN CLEMENT ftCO., 272 Commercial St LPAIBER, Eastern, Western At Southern S. H. ft A. It. DOXEN. 266 to 264 Fore St LCAIBEK. Mf’r. of nil kind* of Spruce GILBERT SOULE, Agt., Com’l.foot of Park LPAIBER, Kiln-dried Hardwood Floort ing, LEGKOW BROS., 24 Preble S LCAIBEK. Mich. Pine Ar Hard Wood. W! R ft BACON, 220 Coot’1 8t Machinists steam, «a», * wrater Pipiug. DANIEL WINSLOW ft SON. MACHINISTS and Boiler Makers. PORTLAND COMPANY, East Ena, Sore St MILLINERY and Alillinery f-ooda. BIBBER, MORRILL ft MoMANN, 92 Cro«s st MILLINERY and Straw flood*, Alfr*. G. D. HILLMAN ft CO., 98 and 100 Cross St OIL.—Refined Petroleum, Ligonia nnd Water Waite Oils. PORTLAND KERO SENE OIL CO., 194 ForeSt. OYSTER*. Planter* and Shipper*. TIMMONS ft HAWES, 119 Commercial St PAINTS, Oils, Varnishes At Supplies. JOHN W. PERKINS ft GO., 74 ft 76 Com’l PAPER Hangings, Book* At Stationery LURING, SHORT ft HARMON, 474 Congress PAPER-UANfllNWS and Carpetings. MARKET!’, BAILEY ft UO., 190 ft 192 Middle PHOTOf-RAPHIC Materials. J. D. DEX1EK ft CO.. 480 Congress St PICKLES, 1 tnegnr, Cider, Ketchup Ate E. D. PETTENGILL&Co, MBs., 8 ft 10 Market POBK TRUE ft LEIGHTON, 13 ft 15 Silver St PRODPPE, Wholesale and Commission. THOMPSON ft HALL, 103 Commercial bt. KIR HE it f-OO DS.—Ball Rubboi Co. Portland Branch, oor. Middle & Union stf. SALT. Importers At Dealer*. EMERY ft FUR 1SH, Head of Union Wharf SHIP BKOK EKS, Store* At Chandlery. J. S. WINSLOW ft UO., 3 ft 4 Central Whf SHIP BROKERS, Cordage, Chandlery and Stores. K Y AN ft KELSEY. 161 Commercial St UIIU’HIIITUS, Chains, Anchors, Blocks lO Fuxpa, &e. U.M.Stanwood&Co. 171-3 Com 1 st SHOW CASES of every Description. CHARLES H. BLaKE, 78 Cross St STEAM 11 EATING and Plumbing. W. H. PENNELL ft CO., 17 and 19 Union St KIPflAK At Molasses Importer*. tj GEO. S. HUNT ft Co., Agts Eagle Refinery (T1APKLE Blocksfialvanized Bonl Trim A mings. T.LAUGUL1N ft SON,Center St I1EAS, Coffees, Spices and Grocers’Sundries. A G. W. SIMONTON ft CO.. Mfrs., 13 ft 16 Union TIN WAKE, Mfg’s. and Dealer*. TENNEY ft LEIGHTON, 202 Fore St. 11KPNKS, Hag* Ate., Mfrs. and Dealers, U. B. BROAD ft CO., 162 EioliangeSt WOOD. Dealer* iu Sawed Wood and Kindling*. MORIE ft FICKEM 19 PlMh NEW ADVERTISEMENTS SCHOOL BOOKST SCHOOL BOOKS!! — AT — WHOLESALE PRICES. Loring, Short & Hariuou, 0pp. Preble House. gepl2 dlw SCHOOL BAGS, COMPOSITION Pencils, Rubber, Paper, Blocks, Rules, Bookstraps, at Reasonable Prices. LOL1KG, SHORT & IIARMOSf, sepl2 dlw Notice is hereby given, that the subscriber has been duly appointed and taken upon himself the trust of Administrator .of the estate of JOHN D OSGOOD, late of Raymond, in the County of Cumberland, deceased, and given bonds as the law directs. All persons having de mauds 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 ALPHEUS B. LOVE WELL, of Otisfield, Adm’r. Raymond, Sept. 11,1882. sel2w3w3b* Lodging House For Sale. ILL health compels the owner to sell a very desir able Lodging House finely located, always full of got.d paying lodgers. Low rent and easy terms. The first one looking at it bays. No brokers. For particulars address MRS. J. G. PERKINS. sel2dlw* Boston, Mass., Box 1654. WAITED. A Competent Cook. Call at W. T. HOLT’S 29 Deering St. between 2 and 5 o’clock r. M. Sept 12 __dlw Wanted. An experienced Kitchen Girl. Call at No. 14 Mel leu St. Mrs. Jotham F. Clark. Septl 2 __d3t Good Horse For Sale. BY L. A. GOIIDY * CO., 2 8 Pearl Street. sep!2 dlw Wanted. ACTIVE partner in a perfectly safe and legiti mate busiuess noW pacing over $200 per week net prottt in this city. Capital required $800. Full investigation solicited. Call this evening from G t# 8 on MK. LEWIS, at City Hotel. s«12d3t Girl Wanted. A CAP A BLE girl for general house-work in a small family. References required. Enquire at 05 Hampshire Street. sel2dtf Wanted. A FEW Lady Copyists who write a rapid, legible hand, can find employment by addressing in own hand writing P. O. Box 1203. sel2<J3t OKA* I> 01»i:v K \ G SECOND ANNUAL EXHIBITION FAIR — OF THE — TSTEW ETSTGE A.7ST3I) Manufacturers’ and Mechanics’ INSTITUTE, Boston, Sept. 6ih, TEN ACRES — OF — Instructive Exhibits, Presenting the Wonders of MECHANISM, SCIENCE AND ART. TBie Grandest Collection of Industrial Exhibits since the CENTENNIAL! THE GREAT Southern Railroad Display OF ATLANTA DUPLICATED. Showing the Wonderful Natural Productions of the South, ORES MI NERALS AMD WOODS. The Processes of Manufacture in Full Operation, showing - HELIOTYPING, - Carpet Weaving, Cotton Weaving. §ilk Weaving. The genius of the inventor and the skill of the mechanic displayed in a thousand forms. THE GRANDEST PINE ART DIS FLAY ’ ever presented in Boston Illuminated Water Display, cascades and foun ains. Six Electric light Svstems, including Professor Edison’s, illuminates the busy interior at night. Musical Concerts Afternoon and Evening. so2 eod2w SPECIALS. JUST RECEIVED! A new lot of Monsquetaire Kids in Terra Cottas, price $1.50 same as have been sold for $2.00. Also, an Extra Bargain in BUT TON Kids, in BRONZES and TER RA COTTAS for $1.25. A full line of Scotch, Iron, Cov entry, Germantown, Domestic etc., at the very lowest prices. mi. J. gay & 490 Congress St., Corner Brown sell ST&l tf SALT’ SALT! JUST ARRIVED. 10000 Bush. Turks Island, cargo “C. M. Richardson.” 25000 Bush. Turks Islaud, cargo “Dida E. Clark.” In Ntore, HIOOO RuhH- Liverpool. Also for dairy u»e. Euglinh Dairy, llig~ gin’* Eurel&n, Ealk’* Ac., Ac. The former we <inp.n l direct nnil from the testimony of many farmer*, who have lined it, anil without nuy doubt, ntale it ha* no Muperior a* to quality uud price. DA1NTA OO. „ scl dim TO S 4 MOOES. A YOUNG LADY desires a place as assistant in some school either public or private, to teach Latin. Mathematics aud the English Branches. Address F. 0. Box 100, Paris llill, Me. ■ep9 d2wf POCKET BOOI5.S in tireal Variety nt Loring, Short & Harmon’s New Store, angle dim MEETINGS MAINE CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY. Stockholders’ Meeting:* NOTICE is hereby given that a Special Meeting of the Stockholders of the Maine Central Rail road Company will be held at the President's office In Portland, on Wednesday, the 13tb day of Sep tember. A. I). 1882, at one o’clock in the afternoon, to consider what action they will t ike on an indent ure by and l>eLweon the Maine Central Railroad Company, and the European and North American Railway, for a lea* of tlio railroad and property of the Europeau a-id North American Railway to said Maine Central Railroad Company, and 'vhtther they will confirm and approve said Indenture. Per order of the Directors, Attest, JOSIAH H. DP.UMMOND, Clerk. Portland, August 2V>, 1882._auSUdtd BUSINESS DIRECTORY Book Binders. W31. A. OITISCT, Doom 11, Printers Exchange No. Ill Exchange Street* Pattern and Model Maker. J. I. DA 1*0I'D, 33 Crow. Ml., Portland, Me. Ti Mis Dpt Met W. II UT I LE Mil. continue to furnish insurance for their friends and customers on as favorable terms as any other agen cy in Portland. They represent the old Phffiiiix Assurance Company, OF CONDON, ESTABIISHED 1182. TOTAL ASSETS. $5,364,504.44. Total Assets In IJ. S , 783,617.25 Losses paid over $04,000,000. thuTold Phoenix Insurance Company, UABTFODD, CONN. CAPITAL, - $2,000,000.00. Total Assets - 4,309,972.00. Losses paid, over $15,000,000.' Continental oi New York, Total Cash Assets, $4,209,400.00. This company conducts its business under the re strictions of tbe New York Safety Fund Law. JU* two Sillily EudiIn together equal $1,100. OOO. national, of Hartford. CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000.00, Total Assets , 1,794,803.00 Orient, of Hartford. CASH A PITAL, $1,000,000.00. Total Assets, - 1,419,521.00. Western, of Toronto, Can. TOTAL ASSETS, $1,406,432,003 North Western of Milwaukee, TOTAL ASSETS- $1,056,280.00. Shoe and Leather of Boston. ASSETS - - $958,543,00. TrausatlanticTof Hamburg. Assets in the United State?, ^4S9,031.39 L abilities, including reserve for Ro insurance, NET SURPLUS, - $330,111.86. Lion, of London. Assets in the United States, $455,535.00. Atlantic, of Providence. ASSETS - - $245,637.00. Dwellings, Household Fur niture, &c.$ Insured for a term of years on highly favorable ter , ALSO AGENTS F#B THE OLD luiual Life Insurance Company, OF NEW VORH, Established IS43. CASH ASSETS over $95,000,000. Its RATES of PREMIUM are 16 per cent LOW ER, it. DIVIDENDS LARGER, its Security Great er than any other Life Company in the WOctLD, and its Polie cb are continually increasing in value. A Policy for $3,500, on a well known citizen of Portland, is row 99,0<>0. Another for $3 000 iz cow over S J .500. and another of $8,000 is now over 91*1,000. No other Company in the world can show such results. Payments for Death Claims and Endowments are made immediately after satisfactory proofs are fur nished averaging 9145,000 weekly. TELEPHONE 331. Office 31 EXCHANGE ST. CALL FOR DOCC.HENT8. sep8dSwis BOOTS&SHOES For the next eight days we shall sell without regard to cost. This stock must he sold at once in order to va cate the store for other business. We have a large stock to select from. Now is the time to get your winter stock. You will find better bargains here than can he found elsewhere in the city. B.F. Whitney & Co., Under Falmouth Hotel. aug28 dtf CARPETINGS. Brussels, Tapestry, In grain, Hemp, Straw and Oil Clot s. Persons in need of Carpetings can save money by buyii-r ot ns. GOOO STOCK, Aud Pa sitively the Lowest Prices. FIRST CLASS GOODS. No troubl. to show our goods whether yon wish to purchase or not We liav a lot Remnants of Tapestry Carpetings we are selling very cheap. CUUO. A. CrAY & CO., 499 Congress Street, Corner Brown.1 JyU5eodt PINCKNEY’S ‘ fcxtra Genuine’ MUSTARD. a The finest quality and highest grade of Mustard imported. Warranted chemically pure. For sale by W. L. WILSON & CO., Wholesale and Retail Grocers, jylo POKTL.4.YO, JIK. d3m pleasast booms to let Furnished, with or without board in nice location up town. ESSEX Press Office, Portland. s«2dtf3p SHOPPING BAGS iu Lsuther aud Flunh at Loriug, Short Si Utwii’i Sow Store auglh AUCTION SALES. Cottage on Woo<lfor<l» Hirert, Woodford*, De«ring, toy Auction. ON TUESDAY, Sept. 12th, at 3 p. m , we ahall sell the tine Co.tage House fourth from P. St R. R., track on north-west side of Woodford* atreek containiug 6 rooms, ample closet*, good cellar, tern &c. Loti* 50x100. Till* i* a good locatleo near Horse Cars, Schools Ac., and will make a ll*e home or pay a good rental. F. O. BAILEY A CO., Auctioneer*. seG 41w Valuable Beal Estate at Auction. WE shall sell on WEDNESDAY, Sept. 13th, at 3 o’clock p. m., the valuable property *lta ate<LNo. 243 Braokett street, oonslstlng ef a two stor^Wooden House and Ell. with lour teen Finish ed Room-, Bath room In Walnut, with hot andoold water, Gas, Sebago water, cemented cellar under the whole houte, Ac. Lot about 48x80 feet. This property Is situated in an excellent neighbororhood, near to Horee R. R. and School*, and in a lojatlm where real estate must advance in value. Will be sold without reserve as the owner i* about to leave the State. Terms easy and made known at sal*. F. O. BAILEY Sc CO. Auctioneer*. sep8 d5t F. O. BAILEY A CO.f Auctioneers and Commission Merchants lalcareem 18 Exiiaange tiu V. 0. BAILEY, 0. W. ALLEN Regular tale of Furniture and General Merehaa dise every Saturday, commencing at 10 o’clock a. m. Consignments solicited. oct34tf BLACK SILKS! We have just cloeed two lota of extra nice quality Black Silk* subject to slight imperfections in weaving, that are worthy the at tention of silk buyers. The im perfections arc very slight and the goods are sold by many deal as perfect. We shall offer a $2.00 Silk for $1.35, and a $1.75 quali ity for $1.25, and will warrant every yard to give perfect satis faction to the wearer or return the money. We don't hesitate to say that tills is by far the best value in silks ever shown in this city. Please examine this lot whether you wish to purchase or not. OPENING OF New Pall DRESSGOODS We have received a large lot of new Fall Dress Goods in all the latest designs and shades, also a large lot of r'.AJxro'sr Black Dress Ms In very choic styles. IBT We are displaying as fine a line as has ever been shown in Port land. As we are running our store under a small expense we can af ford to sell any oi the above goods cheaper than many of our neigh bors. LARGE STORES DON’T MEAN LOW PRICES. STUDLEYS, 253 middle Street. sepll U BAILEY & NOYES, Have just received all of the latest numbers FRANKLIN SQUARE LIBRARY. These books are reprints of the leading novels of the day, comprising with many others the works of such gifted writ ers as Anthony Trollope, Miss Braddon, William Black, Sir Walter Scott, Victor Hugo, and Miss Mulock, and range in price from ten to twenty cents. AIj O White Mountaii Guides, Pic turesque Maine and many other Books of a like nature. Croquet Sets in large vari ety. BAILEY & NOYES Exchange Street, Portland. jy29 dly Wedding AND Visiting Cards. William S. Lowell, CARD PLATE ENGRAVEB2 AND Strtionor. Engraved Cards and Invitations tor Weddings and Recep tions a Specialty. 513 CONGRESS STREET. mole. dtt Haydn Association. Rehearsals commence Sept. IS. Copies of Oratorio, Joshua, can be found at Stockbridge’s. Per Order, F. II. CLOVES, Sec. sep8 _ FOLDING MIRRORS In N.w style., at LORING, SHORT dfc HiB.UOI’l aogl» «PP. PRBIH-B HOO»B. dim