THURSDAY MORMNfl, |OCT. S.
May be obtained at the Periodical Depots of N. G.
Fessenden, Marquis, Brunell & Cj,, Andrews Arm
strong Went ortb, Hodsdon, A. T. Cleveland, Rob
ert Cos tel *o, Forest City News Stand, Jewett,
Bose Hitchfngs & McFarland, Watson, Stinson
Boston & Maine wepot, and Chisholm Bros., on all
rains that run out of the city.
Auburn, Willard Small & Co.
Augusta, t. F. Pierce.
Bang *r, Banjor News Co.
Bar Harbor, F. S. Jordan.
Bath, J.O. Saaw.
Blddeford, F. M. Burnham.
“ A. L. Jellerson.
Brunswick, B G. Dennis n.
Cnmberland M*lls, F. A. Verrill.
Damar iscotta, E. W. Dunbar.
Freeport. W A. Mitchell.
Fryeburg, R. C. Harmon.
Fairfield. E. H. Evan-*.
Farmington, D. H. Knowlton.
Gardiner, Palmer & Co.
f Gorham, Jas. H. Irish & Co,
t Hallowell, C. Spaulding.
Lewiston, Chandler & Estes.
Livermore Palls, G. D. Hughes.
Mechanic Falls, A. W. Bridge, E. A. Thomas.
Norway, S.|L. Crockett. A. O. Noyes.
Old Orchard, Geo. K Fogg, A. L. JeUison,
T Richmond, G. A. Beale,
r Rockland, 0. S. Andrews,
L. Sabattus, E. H. Johnson,
t, Saccarai pa, F. K. Webb
8ac<», H. B. Kendrick & Co.,
. Springvale, C. R. Pierce.
L So. Paris A. M. Gerry.
Thomaston, S. Delano.
Viualhaven, H. M. Roberts.
Waldoboro, G. Bliss.
Waterviile, J. M. Wall.
Yarmouth, W. E Smith.
CITY AND VICINITY.
«KW ADVERTISEMENTS TO-DAY
Spiritual Songs—John'R. Beecroft.
Grand Billiard Tournament—E. A. Gilson.
m For Emery Wheels—P. O. Box, 1,767.
Chandler St Co.—Winter street.
The Great American Specifie—Whipple St Co.
Where Did You Get- E. T. Merrill.
Gilt Edge Vermont Butter-W. L. Wilson St Co.
To B*?e' s of Carpetings—Geo. A. Gay St Co.
Thursday. Oct. 6.— wen, Mo re St Co.
Grand Exhibition— Chandler St Co.
Wo» den Borders Decay.
Wanted—A First Class Man.
'J hree Mouths Extra Pay- Z. K. Harmon.
Notice-A n Adjour ed Meeting. ,
Boston St Marne Railroad—jld Orchard Beach.
Gluve department—h.stmau Bros. St Bancroft.
Portland benno'ent Society.
Glove sale—Owen. Moore & Co.
Furniture, Carpets Ac.—F. O. Bailey St Co.
Standard Books— F. O. Bailey St t>.
Ta uahle Real r stateO. ailey St Co.
Horse and Carriage Mart—F O. Bailey & Co.
Chandler & Co., Winter street, Boston, an
neunoe in this paper that their importation of
India shawls for the fall and winter of 1882 is
now open. We need not remind the ladies
how indispensable an India shawl has real,
ly become to a ladies wardrobe, and the repu
tation of Chandler & Co. for these goods is
anch that it is acknowledged to be the head
quarters for Iudia Shawls, as they exhibit
probably the largest assortment of any house
in the country, and the prices very low.
At 2J o'clock to-day, F- O. Bailey & Co.
will sell at salesroom, 18 Exchange street,
about 100 volumes, histories, biographies, etc.,
etc., in choice bindings. Sale positive and
without reserve. This will be an excellent ep
-giortunity to obtain books at one-half their
▼alne. See auction colnmn.
Where did yon get those pretty Boots? Sooh
is the remarks made by people every day, and
it refers to onr Ladies’ Dress Reform Boots,
for sale only by E. T. Merrill,
oci6-tf 455 Congress street.
The Great American Specific will care a
cough, sore throat, tender lungs, in a very
short time. Try it for a lame back. It should
be on board of all vessels. Whiffle & Co.
For emery wheels and carbon points for
tracing the same, write to P. O. Box 1,767, or
telephone No. 424.
Visitors to Portland
are invited to call and see the new bookstore
of Loring, Short & Harmon, opposite Preble
House, 474 Congress street. It is said to be
the finest store of the kind in the oountry.
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United States Circuit Court.
BEFORE JUDGE WEBB.
Wednesday.—Stephen S. H swell v. Norris S.
Curtis et al. Ou t-ial since Friday of last week.
Verdict for plaintiff, dam ges assessed 5C03.S3.
Wm. L. Patnam for plff.
Strout & Holmes for defts.
D. H. Newton et al. v. Oeorge E. B rrall et al.
Heard by the Court. Decision for the defendants.
Putnam for plffs. Herbert M. Heath tor defts.
Adjourned to Thursday 10 a m.
Fin* day yesterday. Mercury; 36* at sunrise,
60° at noon, 55° at sunset; wind west.
The owner of tbe mortgage on the Chronicle
has foreclosed the mortgage.
The steamer Gazelle was hauled to her win
ter quarters near the sugar refinery today.
The Maine General Hospital has now forty
five patients, the largest number it ever had.
Consecration meeting this Thursday after
noon at 3 o’ dock, at Friends’ meeting bouse,
Tbe High school class in geology will go to
Topsha n tomorrow on an excursion after min
An elegant new modern Pullman car passed
through here yesterday over the Grand Trunk.
It was called the Sidney.
Tbe adjourned meeting of the Diamond Is
land Association will come off tonight.
The county side of the City Building has
been elegantly recarpeted.
A m .n dead drunk was found lying between
the tracks of tbe Boston & Maine railroad yard
in this city last night. He was within three
inches of tbe rails and had a narrow escape
from death. •
Harris, the alleged swindler was liberated on
$4,000 bail Tuesday. Sheriff Parker had pi te
ed in bis hands a special writ for debt, against
Harris and found him just as the train was
leaving. It took all tbe money Harris, bis
lawyer and a friend had, and then Col. Parker
was ooiiged to loan the lawyer two dollars to
make up tbe amount of the bill, and Harris
was allowed to depart.
Capt. Barclay, of the Allan line, was in the
Lucy Larcutn is in the city, visiting friends
at 698 Congress street.
Gov. Plaisted is in the city for a day or two.
He is stopping at the Falmouth.
Ex-President Hayes was sixty years eld yes
terday, and President Arthur will be fifty-two
years old to-day.
We regret to learn that Mr. John G. Fitz
gerald , Past Commander of BoBworth Post, is
hopelessly ill with consumption.
Mr. Charles P. Merrill having left the High
School in this city, and havrng passed the ex
aminations for admittance to Tale College
with great credit is spending the winter in
Hon. Jame G. Blaine is rapidly racovering
from his recent severe indisposition. The
physicians consented to his removal home yes
terday. The sumptuous directors’ car of the
Eastern railroad, which the officials tendered
for bis conveyance, arrived at Po.tsmouth yes
A flue water color portrait of Wallace Ross.
^ the oarsman, painted in Boston by Mr. J.
Staples Rowe, formerly of St. John, is on ex
hibition in the latter city. The painting is
from a photograph taken in Portland, and rep
resents the oarsman in his boat, in the act of
taking a stroke. Wallace is in St. John.
Verdict Against the Old Orchard Rail
The September term of Supreme Judicial
Court for York county. Judge Peters presid
ing, adjourned at Allred yesterday after two
weeks’ session, with a disposition of 130 cases,
including 8 verdicts and 16 divorces.
The last case, that of E. C. Staples, proprie
tor of the Old Orchard Hoase, complainant,
for damages for the taking of his land by the
Orchard beach Railroad Co., excited great in
terest and was on trial four days,resulting in a
verdict for Staples for $9,967.53. Hon. T. B.
Reed was attorney for Staples and George C.
Yeaton and H. Fairfield for the railroad.
Cruelty to Animals
To the Editor of the Preee.
Yesterday afternoon, after the meetmgB in
City Hall, a car, drawn by one horse, was
Standing near the Farrington Block, loaded
down with people, and the poor animal was
struggling to draw the great load, while the
driver was beating him A large raw place
was on the borm's side where the blows wero
iuflicted. Nor was ibis the only instance.
Other cars were correspondingly loaded. If
tins is a Christian co mnunity such cruelty to
animals should not be showed, and it would
pay the agent of the society with the long
name to look after this matter. Spectator*
Women's Auxiliary Conferanoe.
On March 6th, a meeting of the women of
the two<Jnitarian churches of Portland was
held in Mercantile Hail, and an association
was|formed in sympathy with the objects stat
ed in the constitution of the Women’s Auxil
The by-laws drawn up by Miss May of Bos
ton , for the use of similar societies were adopt
ed, with alterations.
The first work selected was the distribution
of liberal religious reading matter. A com
mittee was chosen to solicit such sermons, re
views, books and newspapers as people were
willing to give for that purpose, and they met
with a ready and generous response.
Another committee was formed to solicit
membership, which now enrolls more than 80
names. The membership fee was fixed at 25
cents or more, as each Individual should
It was decided to take up a “penny” contri
bution at each meeting, to defray expenses for
postage, stationery, &c.
The broad and oomprehensi re plan of work
made at Saratoga in 1880, has been carried out
by good organization and the leadership of the
able and earnest officers of the Women’s Aux
At the annual meeting held at Mercantile
Hall, yesterday afternoon, the following offi
cers were re-elected:
President—Mrs E. C. Jordan.
Vice President—Mrs. L M. Perry.
Treasurer—Mrs. Edmund Phiuney.
Recording Secretary—Miss Mary R. Mcln
Corresponding Secretary—Miss Mary F.
Executive Committee—Mrs. J T. Gilman,
First Parish; Mrs. Geo. F. T. lbot, Park St.
A very brilliant wedding occurred at the
residence of Geo. C. Shaw, Esq., yesterday
morning the contracting parties being Mr.
Chas. William Lindsey and Miss Aurilla O.
Storeham both of Montreal, P. Q., Canon
Sills of St. Lake’s Cathedral performing the
ceremony Many beautiful presents testified
to the kind reme obrances of friends here and
elsewhere After the ceremony an elegant
wedding breakfast was served. Among the
guests were Mr. J. Y. Lloyd of Montreal,
Chief Engineer G. T. R. R., tbe groom's step
father, and Dr. Blodgett of Boston, who oflT
dated as best man. Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey
left for Boston on the noou train.
Tuesday evening a number of friends gather
ed at the residence of Mrs. Capt. Wm. Thomp.
son, in Cape Elizabeth, to witness the mar
riage of her oldest daughter, Miss Annie May
Dow, and Mr. Daniel E. Rodick of Freeport.
The ceremony was performed by Rev. M. C
Pendexter of Cape Elizabeth Depot, in a fit.
ting and appropriate manner. The happy
couple were congratulated under an areh
made of evergreen and flowers from the center
of which hung a horse shoe of beautiful
flowers. The parlors were artistically adorned
with evergreens and flowers.
A very pleasant party met yesterday fore
noon at the residence of Mrs. Alice S. Rand*
lett, 336 Congress street, to witness the mar
riage of her son, Fred E., to Miss M. A.
Ricbardson-Silsby of this city. The marriage
ceremony was performed by Rev. Henry
Blanchard of Congress Square church, the
couple standing under a handsome canopy
of flowers with a white dove spreading Ha
wings over their heads. The presents were
numerous and elegant, one of special note—a
swinging ice pitcher—from the clerks in Bines
Bros., where Mr. Rundlett is employed. Mr.
and Mrs. Rundlett left on the noon train for
their bridal trip to New York and up the Hud
MUSIC AND THE DRAMA;
The tickets are selling rapidly for the per
formances of the “Danites” by the Palmer &
Ulmer Oompany. The first representation
will be given at Portland Theatre to-night.
Miss Ulmer is one of Portland’s old favorites,
and her many friends will turn ont in large
numbers to do her honor on this occasion.
The play is one of the best on the stage, and
Miss Clmer’s support is said to be excellent.
CAD, THE TOMBOT.
All will remember Carrie S sain, the bright
soubrette, who, as the paper boy in "A Pull
man Car,” made such fun here a couple of
seasons ago. She will appear as a star in
Grover's play of “Cad, the Tom-boy,” Monday
night, at Portland Theatre, and should have a
In the “Unequal Match,” Mrs. Langely ap
pears in the first scene with her hair dressed
upon the top of her head; in the second sceae
her hair hangs down her back; in ihe third
scene h r hair falls gracefully upon her shoul
ders; in the fourth scene her hair is braided;
in the fifth soeue it is neatly arranged.
M. Coqaelin, the actor, has concluded not to
visit the Uuited States, and is to be sued for
breach of contract.
The Failures of 1882.
We have received from E Rusoell & Co.’s
mercantile agency, through T. Frank Jones,
the agent for Portland, their report of the fail
ures for the third quarter, and first nine months
of 1881 and 1882. Owing to the pressure on
our columns this morning, we can only say the
table shows the failures during the last three
months have been in number, 1,300, with lia
bilities of 918,912,893, showing an excess over
those for the corresponding period of 1881,
which were in number 1,021, with liabilities of
910,112,365. The excess of increase of liabili
ties is principally in the Middle and Western
States. In the Middle States the increase is
entirely due to casualties that have occurred in
New York City, the failures in the other parts
of New York State having been below the
average, both in number and amount of in
A comparison of the total figures for the nine
months of 1881 and 1882, shows the pronoriiou
of iucrease in liabilities to be relatively larger
for the nine mouths of tbe year than for the
last quarter. Most of the excess occurred dur
ing the first three months. With the opening
of Spring a general improvement became
manifest, which has been since maintained.
Many of the heaviest failures, which swell tbe
figures of the last quarter, have been due to
speculation or outside operations, in which, al
though the losses fall largely on those engaged
in legitimate business, the disasters were not
propei ly chargeable to any condition of trade.
The prospects for tbe closing months of the
year are generally good.
The Bockland Courier-Gazette says that
Prescott, the murderer, worked in the various
shops of the prison, but had not genius enough
to work at any mechanical industry. Accord
ing he was employed as a "lumper.” Latterly
through the past season he has worked in tbe
garden and field about the premises. On t^e
morning of bis escape he was sent to gather
corn. He had brought in two large baskets
full, but when the third one came he skipped,
for on going to the field in the rear of the pris
on, tbe basket was found half filled. Warden
Bean was at tbe State fair at Lewiston, looking
after the interests of tbe prison, which had
work on exhibition there. A telegram was
seut to bim concerning the escape of Prescott,
and he came promptly borne. _In the at>eic®
of the warden, the deputy warden, W. S>
Hinkley, acted promptly and vigorously in the
pursuit of tbe man who was tracked to Waldo
Beal Estate Transfers.
The following transfers of real estate were
Portland—Portland Savings Bank to George
L. * arren, bouse and lot on Pine St.
Falmontb—Alvin Hall to Lemuel Bolfe, 6J
Westbrook—Ebenezer Jordan to Portland
Wooden Ware Co., 7 acres laud.
Ya-mouth—Joseph E. Gilman to E. W. Sea
bury, 1 acre, 35 rods laud.
Raymond—* m. Mareau to Lizzie A. Lom
bard, part of lot No. 4.
Albert W. Welch to Plummer & Davis, 25
Harrison—O. A. Kneeland to Herbert R.
Rowe, SimoD Lowe homestead.
Beed and Dingley.
Among the Congressmen who deserve and
are receiving good words from all their
friends, are Hon. X. B. Reed and Hon. Nelson
Dingley, Jr., cf Maine. If all had served their
country as faithfnl'y as these two, says the
Congregationalism the nation would have lit
tle reason to complain of the late Congress.
Both voted to sustain the President’s veto,
and have been found on the right side of all
the great moral questions of the day, while the
former, as llie chairman of the Judiciary Com
mittee, was largely instrumental in carrying
the loug-deiayed G-ueva Award bill through
the House. Mr. Reed is universally recoguiz
ed as one of the leaders of the House, aud Mr.
Dingley, though he has served but oue term in
Congress, has already mads a large place for
himsell as an earnest, Christian statesman.
N. Y. Evangelist.
The local Patrons nf Husbandry are making
arrangements tor the annual meeting ot the
State Orange in Lewiston, in Deoember.
The Auburn Light Infantry will make a
visit to Lynn on the 12th of October. A num
ber of the prominent citizens of the two places
The fall term of the Eastern State Normal
School at Castine opens with 111 stndents. The
class entering number forty-one. Tbe
spring term is always the largest, when the
number of students will run as high as 140
About twenty-fire per cent. ■ f those who enter,
graduate. There will no doubt be a large
graduating class in ’83.
The Whig says valuable additions have 'e
cently been made to the library of the M. E. C.
Seminary at Bucksport.
Capt. Serenus Brown of BuckBport, dropped
dead, at Ellsworth, on Friday evening last, on
board of the schooner ‘‘C.arissa Story’’ of
which he was master. Ho was a man about
76 years ot age, and died probably from heart
The stable of Alderman Qould of Ellsworth
waB burned on the evening of the 27th ult., to
getbet with one horse and other valuable con
tents. It was thought to be an incendiary
fire. Tne supposed guilty person was arrested,
and had a bearing before the police court, but
waB discharged for want of sufficient evidenoe
to convict him.
A daughter of Gustavos Webber of China,
about 11 years old. fell from a load of corn
stalks Monday upon a pitchfork. One of the
tines of the fork was thrust through her left
cheek and into the brain. She was picked up
in an unconscious state and taken into the
house, when it was found that the left side of
her body was paralyzed. There are no hopes
The Whig says the total valuation of the
taxable property of Bangor, as appears by the
assessors’ books, is $9,307,823. against $9,156,
231 last year, a gain of $151,652. Bate of tax
ation $2.60, which with the 10 per cent, dis
count makes the rate $2.34 net.
Weller Brown proposes to start a drove of
four hundred head of cattle moving westward
from Bangor next Saturday. They were gath
ered in Aroostook and Penobscot counties.
The Bangor Whig says there are now about
fifteen million feet of logs in Pea Cove boom
and one-half of these will be scaled out this
season, a crew of 140 men now being engaged
in the work. In the Argyle boom there are
about eight million logs.
Four Lives Saved.
Dr. Bull’s Cough Syrup relieved four of my
childreu of a most alarming attack of Whoop
ing Cough, from which their throats and
necks became so swollen as to prevent them
from swallowing.Nothing would give them even
temporary relief, until this Syrup was tried.
One bottle, in one night, saved their lives, I
verily believe. Geo. W. Eabhaet,
Captain of Police, Baltimore, Md.
OUGHT TO KNOW.
There exists a means of se
curing a soft and brilliant
Complexion, no matter how
poor it may naturally be.
Hagan’s Magnolia Balm is a
delicate and 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.
ho lady has the right to
present a disfigured face in
society when the Magnolia
Balm is sold by all druggists
for 75 cents.
A FIRST class man to control the sale of our
newed tion of “Dmte’s Inferno, wiih tue
the original Dor£ engravings; full page; 76 in num
ber; Royal qua* to; full gilt. This work has never
yet been sold under $20.00. It is now issued at
$6.00. Our salesmen are 'akin* from 6 to 10
orders daily. A par'v must give his ent’re time to
the work and to a mar willing to uoao, large wages
CASSELL, PETTER. GALPTN & CO.,
oct5d3t 186 Washington St., Boston.
REMOV A E.
i:\Ot ll MIGHT
Has removed his office from
lOO Exchange Street, to
Ur ion Mutual Life Insurance Building,
oct5 Opposite City Hell d3t
THREE MIISTIIS EXTRA PAY
COLLECTED f‘vr Officers, Seamen, or their
bt-ir» who served in Navy or Revenue Mar ne
war with Mexico, by
Z. H. haRiHON,Ceate-nial Block,
Agency Established 1880.
Portland, Me., Oet. 5,1882. oct5<Uf
WOODEN BORDERS DEMY.
The Ga den Border is Durable. The
Check-red Pnr«me<u combines Benin?,
Uneisls m nnd Pei m**nence. The Pori*
1 ind I 'erne t Drain Pipe and "tone Works,
W*. I Wentern Promenade m«nufactn>e
all sorui of Htone floods. Telephone Wo.
444 P. O. box 175/, or come up in rtpiiog
Hi. ho. se cars. oct4-lw
Portland BeneYolcut Society.
THE annual meeting « f this ' ociety for the choice
of officers and otner business, will be held on
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 11, 18^2, at 4 o’clock p. m.,
in the Diiectors’ Hoorn of National Tradsrs Bank,
octlldlw RUFUS H.HINKLEY, Secretary.
[N horse cars from Grand Trunk to Stats st. or
from State to t mery Sts., on Tuesday evenjng,
a pocket book containing between $20 an 1 $8o.
The finder will he rewarded by leaving the snme at
108 Emery St. oc4dlw*
AN adjourned meeting of the Diamond Island
Association to ad<pt a c d*» of By-Laws will
beheld at Municipal Court Koom Thursday eren ug,
Oct. *th, at 7 Vi o’clock. octodbt*
THE first mee'mg of the Samaritan Association
will take place this afternoou at the residence
of MRS. R. Y. BARBER, Ns. 11 Wilmot St.
BAILEY & AOYES,
Havejj ast received all of the latest
FRANK IAN SQUARE
These books are reprints of
the leading novels of the day,
comprising wiih many others
the works of such gifted writ
ers as Anthony Trollope, Ming
Braddon, William Black, Sir
Walter Scott, Victor Hugo,
and Miss Mulock, and range
in price from ten to twenty
White Mountain Guides, Pic
turesque Maiun and many
other Books of a like nature.
Croquet Sets in large vari
BAILEY & NOYES
Exchange Street, Portland.
WORK HORSE FOR SALE.
Bay Mare, 9 years old, sound and a
good worker; weight 102o.Will be sold
cheap. Van be iseeu at P. V. Hayes’
stable, Plnm street.
And Special Sale of
FOR AUTUMN 1882
CHMDLER & CO,
Would invite the attention
of purchasers of India
Shawls to iheir Grand Ex
hibition which is now open.
The assortment in long and
square is larger and more
varied than on any former
opening, and in variety of
styles, colorings and prices
probably the largest that
will be shown in any one
place this season. Beauti
ful styles of
in long and square, will be
a special feature. The UN
CES at which these goods
will be offered should com
mand the attention of all
who desire to select a shawl
this season. Range of price
from $50 to $800.
PLAIN CHUDDAH shawls
in white, black and all de
sirable colors, in all quali
ties, in long and square.
The great popularity of
causes them to be sought
after more this season than
27 & 29 Winter St.,
We have just received a large
Kid ani Silk Fleeced Lined
The farmer in both Dressed and
Undressed, in all ; radcs. to mateh
the new and fashionable shades
in Dress Goods, including
TERRA COTTA, HUSSAR,
and EDISON BLUE,
All of our Kid Gloves are war
We are showing a new anti im
proved •‘COMMON SE^SE” COK
MET. The b st corse■ for the
money in the markt t. Also a full
492 & 494 Congress St.
We shall sell TO-DAY a
lot of Four Button Kid
Gloves in desirable shades
and sizes at the extremely
low price of 75 cts. a pair.
OWF.N, M JORE & CO.
oct5 " dlt
BOSTOJ & JL1IXE
— TO —
OLD ORCHARD DEACE
Good on any regular train tills week.
ootedSt 8. H. SIEVES8, Gen, Agent
We have just received from the Butter
Districts of Vermont, a large and fine lot of
Fall Made Butter. Parties in want of fine
goods for Winter use are invited to call and
W. L. Wilson & Co.,
COR. EXCHANGE & FEDERAL STS.
THURSDAY, OCT. 5,
We shall sell a large lot of fine English
Tooth Brushes at 13 cents each.
One Hundred dozen Gentlemen’s Four Ply
Linen Collars at $1.10 per dozen.
2 lots of Linen Towels at Very Low Prices.
OWEN, MOORE & CO.,
<Mt5 * * mt
TO BUYERS OF CARPETINGS.
We have a fell line of Brsusels, Tapestry, Ingrain, Hemp, Straw
and Oil Cl<*th Carpetines.
It will be for jour interest to inspect our stock before purchasing
elsewhere. No trouble to display ou< goods.
We have just received a lot of samples of WOOL CARPETS in yard
lengths, that wesha 1 close for ONE HALF the regular price.
GEO. A. GAY & CO., 499 Congress St., Cor. Brown.
MILLETT & LITTLE,
No. 516 Congress St.,
WE SHALE OFFER
MONDAY. OCTOBER 2d,
100 Robber Circulars at $1.35 Each,
FORMER PRICE $200.
100 Rubber Circulars at $175 Each,
FORMER PRICE $2.50.
100 Robber Circulars at $2.25 Each,
FORMER PRICE $3.50.
We warrant every garment to give perfect satisfaction.
This is decidedly the best Bargain ever offered in Portland in
MILLETT & LITTLE.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,
OCTOBER 17tb AND 18lta.
$1,000 ill Premiums.
Open to All Hones Owned in Maine.
$200 for horses that never beat 3 raiautes—$100
to first, $50 to second, $30 to third, and $20 to
S A ME DAY—Puree 91 ©O. Hurdle Race; mile
and repeat over 8 Hurdles,
SAME DAY—$200 for Horses that never beat
2.40; $100 to first, $50 to second, $30 to third,
$20 to fourth.
$200 for Horses that never beat 2.50; $100 to
first. $50 to second, $30 to third, $20 to fourth.
SAME DAY—Set of Harness valued at $100.
Open to all horses without record, owned by mem
bers o the society tie and repeat to road wagon,
to be driven by ow ers,or they to be allowed to sub
stitute a driver weighing not less than I5i> pounds.
SAME DAY—$200 f»r Horses that never beat
2.34; $ 100 to first. $50 to second, $30 to third, $-0
CONDITIONS:—A11 races will be governed by the
rules of the National Trotting Association. Five to
enter and four t> start to constitute a race. A
horse distancing the field to receive first money
only. Entries to close Tuesday, Oct. 10th, at 3
o’clock p m.
E"t ies, ten per cent, to be made to J. »T. FRYE.
No 23 Preble St. Portland, to whom all letters
should be addre^st.
Horses to be called promptly at 1.30 p. m. and to
start at 2 ©’cl .»ck sharp*
oct3did j. j. FRYE, Secretary.
M C in Association.
A STATED Meeting of the Maine Charitable
Mechanics’ Abbo intion, will be held in the
Library Room Mechanic’s Building, THUB3DAY
EVENING, Oe(, 6th at at 7.80 o’clock.
oct3dtd ». B. SWIFT. Secretary.
Wyer Greene & Co.,
Will continue to slaughter
LOW CUT SHOES
— AND —
Now is the time to secure great
bargains. We also have all the
novelties in flue Bools, Shoes and
Rubbers. A nice line of misses’
and Children’s School Boots. Lad
ies’ front lace, Ladies’ mat-lop
button. On our Ladies’ $2.00 hid
buttoned we excel.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE.J
Don’t forget the place.
Wyer Greene & Co.,
480 Congress Street,
OPP. PHEBLE HOUSE.
CHAS. H. O'BRION,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Domestic Coalf a Specialty, at Lowest Market
322 Commercial Street,
Orders received by Telephone. splfkHf
THE AMERICAN KOMI'
amd others visiting the city are cordially invited to
matte the Art store,
593 Congress St.,
A place of renflervons during the week, octidtf
MISCELL AN EO US_
bare received large invoices of
which will be ready for exhibition on
Tuesday, Sept. 19th.
This will be a rare occasion of wit
nessing a tine display of Rich and Medi
um Priced Goods, and the public are
cordially invited to inspect them wheth
er desiring to purchase or not.
492 & 494 Congress St.
455 CONGRESS ST.
Gentlemen’s Side Lace Boots,
Finest Fitting Boots In the World. *
Ib simplicity and perfection combined. Easier to
put on and off than any other shoe.
SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW.
Ladies’ Dress Reform Boots,
now being opened at
E. T. MERRILL’S,
M 455 Congress St. „
G. A. Susskraut,
Manufacturer of Seal and Circular
Garments. Muffs and Collars.
Altering, trimming and repairing per
sonally attended to.
Robes of all kinds, from best to cheap
est. So-called Japanese Wolf Robes
(common goal skins) at low prices.
Fashionable stock of Hats and Caps
always on hand.
232 Middle Street,
a PORTLAND, ME.^
WE HAVE NOW
Ready for inspction a very choice
CLOAKS AND SUITS
Children and Boys.
Every one invited to examine.
OWEN, MOORE & CO.
Stamping and Designing.
from toe Royal School of Art.
Instruction given in KENSING
M. E. FAIRWEATHER
8 8LM ST.
William S. Lowell,
CARD PLATE ENGRAVER
Engrav<d Cards and Invitations
(or Weddings and Recep
tions a Specialty.
513 CONGRESS STREET.
STRIKERS AND VISITORS
To this city will please bear in mind that they
are invited to call at
230 middle Street,
and examine the largest assortment and
BOOTS AND SHOES
ever exhibited in this country. As we send
by mail to every State iu the Union, wo ►hall he
glad to make your acquaintance and hereafter sup
ply you with goods in our line to our mutual advan
m. e. PALmER.
A RARE chance for a young man that is willing
t-» work. One of the oldest ai d boat known
catering fancy case, icc cream and candy establish
ments it. thd tat*. Order* are receive l from all
parts of the country, an<» a large 1 -cal busined*.
As the propfiete is ab »u t b> leave the state he will
glvs all needed ins treeitm ahoet the heeieers. Ap*
ply immediately te •. W. LVtY, 664 Ueacrece St.
WE shall sell on THURSDAY, Oct. 5th, at 2Vs
o’clock p. ui„ at our Salesroom No. 18 Ex
change street, about 100 volumes of Standard
Books, Histories, Biographies. Travels, Standard
Novels’ Ac., A., Sale without reserve.
P. O. ilAILKW A CO. AuctieaMrt.
FURNITURE, MRPETS, &C„
WE aball fall on Saturday Oct. 7th. at 10 80 a.
m. at fahfroora 18 r xchaDgf streat, a larga
lot of household furniture, &«. consisting of parlor
suits in h&ir«;loth and black walnut, black w«dnat
and painted chamber sets, sofas, bur-aus. table*,
mirror*, spring be ta hair and wool mattresses, tap
estry and ingrain ca> pets, coal and air-tight stove*,
ext -naiou taoles and chairs, plated ware, crockery
and glass ware, kitchen furniture, Ac., Ac.
F O. BAILEY & CIO , Audissssra
HORSE AND CARRIAGE MART.
WE shall sell on SATURDAY, Oct. 7th, at 10
o’clock a. in., at Horse and Carriage Mart,
P ura street:
I Four Horses, drivers and worncrs.
Tw * new Phaetons.
'I wo *4 hide Bar Top Buggies.
Two “ Couco d Wagous.
Two second-hand Phaetons.
One 44 .Jr mp Seat.
One “ Express Wagon.
Seven new Harnesses.
F. O. BAILEY A CO., Auctioneers.
Valuable Real Estate
WE shall §*>11 on WEDNESDAY, October 11,
at 3 o’clock p. m.. the valuable p ope^ty No.
21 Myrtle street, consietiijf of a two s ory French
Ro f Bricfc Hou-e with »2 fini ned rooms gas, Se
bag » wa er and all m dern improvement'*, good cel
lar and perfect drainage. Extra lot adjoining house.
1 he ab >ve propertv will be sold without reserve to
close an es ate, and shon d attract nttention Its lo
cation in the immediat vicinity of City Hall, Post
Office, &c.t would make an Investment absolutely
sale and profitably.
F. O. UAILEV Sc CO., Auctioneers.
Admiuittrntor * Male of Beal Estate by
BY virtue of a license obtained from the Probate
Court in aud for Cumberland County, 1 shall
sell at public auction on the premises, on WEDNES
DAY, Oct 26th, at 3 o’cl-KSk p. m., the tw* aud
a half story Weod.n House aud Lot containing
4,000 Sq feet, vo. 26 Spruce St., i • Portland, aaa
known hs the John Wall pr -p^rtv. Terms easn.
M. LYNCH, Administrator e*t. John **alL
F. O. BAILEY A CO.. Auctioneers,
F. O. BA ILLY A CO.,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants
Salesroom lb Exchange Ml*
V. 0. BAILS V, 0. W. ALLAH
Regular sale of Furniture and General Merohah
dise every Saturday, commencing at 10 o’clock a.
m. Consignments solicited. oct3dtf
The heavy rolled brims for stiff
Hats, rafts of Soft Hats, Pocket
Caps in all colors, Lawn Tennis
Hats, and a
Rousing Good Hat
The nobby Fall Silk Hats are aU
ready and we exchange for
We are Agents for the Patent Wood
Tranks. Alsu hare a large stock of
Leather, Canvas and Zinc.
197 Middle Street.
Nobby Stiff ami Soft Hats will be
opened this morning.
Just received troiu the »ew
l’otk Markets, our perial styles
in Dei by Hats for youug men.
The Finest and Best Fitting
n the market, round top. narrow
brim, high and low crown Derby,
nil the rage.
THE SELF CONFORMING STIFF HAT
the best yet.
for young aud old men; Fall
Styles just received.
Silk Hats made to order.
E. N. PERRY,
245 Middle Street.
260 Hhds. Ch'ice Bar bad e* Mol rinses from cargo
of Hark “Favo Ito,” also all grade Cteufua
goe and Porto Rico for sale low t»y
SMITH, CAGE & CO.
ISO * 1*2 Commercial St.
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