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THE PRESS.
THURSDAY MORNING. NOT. 22.
NBVl IDVKKTI EnBIVTS TO-DAT.
AMUSEMENTS.
Congress street M. E. church—Lectures.
MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES.
Little Frank Sawyer.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Second Season—Stockbrldge populars.
Go d tilings—Geo. C. Shaw & Co.
Real estate agency C. H. Kilby.
F r sale—Johnson & Lambert.
Wauled—Mrs. Dr. Sherm n.
Wanted—To call attention.
Special for the holidays.
Young man warned.
Owen, Moore & Co.
Horses to boar J.
For sale-Fung.
Kines Brothers.
W anted—Kent.
Little Frank Sawyer,
sou el Fred E. Sawyer, employed at Thomas
Briggs’s confectionery. 379 Congiess street, Fort*
land, has been growing deal since he was lour
teen months old. At that time he was taken with
what the doctors at first thought was measles,
but what turned out to be scarlet rash. This left
him with a severe sore throat and a discharge
from tire ears more or less all the time. From
this the little fellow gradually grew deaf, until he
could scarcely hear anything without being yelled
at. This has continued for nearly five years.
Mr. Sawyer did everything In bis power tor his
boy, employing the best physicians and trying
everything be could hear of, but uo use, the child
slowly but surely was fast becoming hopelessly
deaf. Mis. Sawyer had been reading of the many
cures constantly being made by Doctors Smith
and McMullen, the magnetic physicians at the
U. 3. Hotel, and thought perhaps there might be
help for the boy. That was three weeks ago.
The child was taken under the treatment of
Doctors Smith and McMullen at once. Today he
can hear any conversation. The discharge from
the ears has ceased and the boy ft In every way
as welljas any one. The father and mother of little
Frank, (who by the way is very beautiful and
bright little fellow), cannot hall express their
thanks to these celebrated d ictors for performing
aucb a wonderful cure upon their child.
Doctors Smith and McMullen treat every form
of chronic disease. They are permanently locat
ed at the U. 8. Hotel and can be c msulted free
from 1) a. in. to 5 p. in.
There are many forms of nervous
debility in men tha yield to the use of Carter's
Iron Fills. Those who are tronbled with nervous
weakness, night sweats, etc., should try them.
uov20 _ d&wlw
Castorla cures Colic, Constipation:
Sour stomacb, Diarrhoea, Eructation;
Gives healthy sleep; also aids digestion;
Without uarcotic stupefaction. octed&wly
BRIEF JOTTINGS.
The stone steps of the postoffice anil City
Hall buildings are covered with boards.
The steamer S. E. Spring was sold at auc
tion to H. D. Quimby for $3250.
The schooner Abbie M. Deering. Captain
Coffin, arrived yesterday from the Western
Banks w ith 6000 pounds of halibut
A neat iron top rail has been added in
front of the deputy marshal’s desks at the
police station.
A part of the tiling on the floor of the low
er hajiway in the City Building has been
tikcn up and relaid.
William White of Ward 1, has passed at
the physical examination before the Police
Examining Board.
The Samaritan Association will meet with
Mrs. Sweetsir, 331 Congress street, this af
ternoon.
The revenue cutter Woodbury arrived at
Portland Tuesday from Eastport, making
the run quicker than she ever made It before.
The Thatcher Relief Corps yesterday con
tributed $100 in cash to the Soldier’s Monu
ment Association.
Harry Brown is painting from a photo
graph a picture of Wolverstone church, Eng
land, for Rev. Dr. Dalton, whose grandfath
er preached in that church.
A man named Judelson reported at the po
lice station that two dogs belonging to a Mr.
Feeney, on Chatham street, bit him yester
day morning.
Yesterday morning was remarkably cold
for November, the mercury ranging from 6°
to 10° above zero at 7 a. m. in different parts
of the city.
Every member of the Portland Light In
fantry is requested to meet at the armory on
Plum street tonight. Business of import
ance.
Young Men’s meeting this evening at Y.
M. C. A. Hall, at 7.30 o’clock. Leader, Mr.
G. N. Dinsmore. Subject, “The Christian’s
Responsibilities.” All young men are cor
dially invited to attend.
The Portland Transcript says: “The
guns referred to by Dr. Holmes were not
muskets, but cannon. For he suggested the
possibility that they were used as posts at
corners of the streets of Portland.”
Will members of the Young Men’s Repub
lican Club and others who have not returned
the bells used bv them at the Republican
celebration, please return them 1 at once to
Mr. W. S. Corey, at No. 197 Commercial
street. !
Three newsboys got into a scuffle on Con
gress street yesterday morning and one of
them threw a stone which, accidentally, went
through a large pane of plate glass In L. A,
Gould’s window. The coBt of the glass was
$75.
Dr. Beardsley will deliver a series of lec
tures on “Practical Physiology” in the Con
gress street Methodist Episcopal church.
The opening lecture will be on Thursday
evening. This will be an excellent opportu
nity for those to hear him who have not at
tended the series just closed in Congress
Hall.
Yesterday forenoon the long line of shaft
ing in Lidback’s machine shop came down,
fulling on the lathes and other machinery,
doing considerable damage. The accident
was caused by a belt catching on the coup
ling. Mr. Lidback had a narrow escape
from Instant death, as he was standing near
ly on the spot where the shaft struck. The
damage will be about $200.
Rev. H. S. Burrage has received the fol
lowing contributions for the Baptist free bed
in the Maine General Hospital: Free street
ehurcb, Portland, $30.78; Mrs. C. C.
Kuowles, Corinna, .50; jBaptlst church and
Sunday School, Dexter, $5.75; Moses Gid
dings, Bangor, $10; Baptist church, Fairfield,
$7. There have been so many applications
for the bed this year that three free beds
would not have met the demand. Dr. Bur
vaito tai'Q I rt tlilo n't.alz’o u>n
not have at least two free beds next year?”
PERSONAL.
Gen. J. Marshall Brown sailed for Germa
ny from New York, in the 'Trave, yesterday.
Mr. George H. Libby and Prof. Bartlett
left for Nevada yesterday noon.
James Gourivan, of this city, will join the
Bennett & Moulton opera company.
F. E. Bootliby, general passenger agent of
the Maine Central railroad, is in Montreal
attending the meeting of the New England
Passenger Agents’ Association.
The funeral of Capt. Charles F. Musaus
took place at the residence of Mrs. Purlnton
on Danforth street, yesterday afternoon.
There was a large attendance, including a
delegation from Portland Lodge of Masons,
of which the deceased was a member.
Patrolman Thomas Lowell, of Division 6,
died at his homo No. 42 Union Park street,
Boston, Tuesday, after suffering from heart
disease for about one year, during which
time he was unable to do aqy duty. Be was'
' a native of Balloweli, Me., wae-46 years old,
and had served on the police force with faith
fullness and efficiency for thirteen years.
Bis disease assumed a marked form during
the trying work of keeping rioters in order
when the South Bsston railroad strike was
in progress.
Fraternity Cadets.
Ex-L'eut. M. E. Conley, of Co. A, Frater
nity Cadets, which disbanded last spring,
will shortly start a new military company in
this city. Be has now about fifty names.
The company will be composed of about 25
of the best drilled members of the old com
pany with 25- others, and promises to be one
of the smartest young military organizations
in the State. It will be backed by some of
the most prominent citizens and military
men in the city, and will hold its first meet
ing in a few weeks.
Portland Society of Art.
The present exhibition of pictures by mem
bers of the Portland Society e£ Art will close
at the Art Building next Saturday evening.
The exhibition has been highly praised by
art critics and amateurs, aud it should be
seen by everybody Interested in art. The
decorative work is also very fine. Tickets
may be procured on application to members.
THE ROCHESTER MATTER.
The List of Remonstrants Crows
Larger Daily.
The Adjourned Hearing will Take
Place this Evening.
Tonight the adjourned meeting of the
Mayor and Board of A'.dermen will be bold
in the aldermen’s room. City Building.at 7.30
o'clock, to hear the applicants and remon
strants on the petition of the Portland &
Rochester Railroad Company for a right of
way over the poor farm. It Is expected that
great interest will be manifested on the part
of our citizens andl the interested parties
will probably be represented by counsel.
This is the beading to the remonstrances:
To the Honorable the Mayor and Aldermen
of the City of Portland:
The undersigned, citizens and tax payers
in Portland, hereby respectfully remonstrate
against the prepssed extension of the Port
land & Rochester railroad westerly to the
Union depot, as not called for by any public
interest or necessity, destructiue of the value
of a large tract of land belonging to the city,
subjecting highway travel to unnecessary
dangers in a part of the city which is now
rapidly openiug to improvements, and other
wise injuriDg tne sauie, and soriously injur
ing the new park which has recently been
given to tne city and the lands in this vicin
ity ; and they respectfully pray that the con
sent of your honorable body to the new pro
posed railroad location may be refused:
(Jen. Francis Fessenden, James Quinn,
Sbaw. Son & Lothrop, Thomas B. Merrill,
J. B. Donnell, W. H. Lovejoy,
M. F. Hicks, Horatio Hie lit,
S. W. Thaxler, John W. Perkins & Oo„
John Dryden, W. 8. ' ordan A Co.,
Qalt Block Warehouse Burgess, Fobes A Co..
Co., Ritas Thomas A Co.,
Harris, Cage A Tolmah, W. K. Blake,
Bain, Kusseil A Co.. Stevens A Co.,
Cummlugs A Winchester, Ueo. 8. Hunt A Co.,
J. R. Prince. I. 8. Bean,
W. <J. houle, •. .1 Peter Nickerson,
H. S. Meloher A Co., <*.'8. Buxton,
Marr A Uulcfleld, Sidney Thaxler,
W If Vim, VraO W K.OO.Isni,
J. F. Bond, Levi L. Cummings,
Frauk 11 Libby, J. I. Libby.
0. P. Waldron, Isaac Waldron,
Frank F. Holland, A. V. Thompson,
T. A. Josselyh. T. H. Johnson,
1. P. Parrluglou, Geo. Walker,
Geo. K. Emery, William benter,
Samuel Kolte, William Henry Clifford,
J. M. Kimball, Daniel F. Emery,
H. H. Hay, Dai lei F. fcmerj, Jr.,
Edward A. Noyes, Philip G. Brown,
Lewis A. (Joudy, Frank Crocker,
Charles Cook, Elias Ti onus,
L. M. Clark, Zenas Thompson, Jr.,
H. L. Houghton, H. W. Bryant,
Frank Barrett. Jas. K. McD .well,
Woodbury 8. Dana, Areb s Shurtteff,
Geo. U. hichardson, H. W. Swasey,
Francis K. ewan, George C. Owen,
W. H. Anderson, A. G. Schlotterbeck,
W H. Dennett, J. E. Palmer,
Wyer Greene, J. E. Greene,
C. K. Jose, K. 8. Maxcey,
8. C. Gordon, C C. Harmon,
T C. Woodbury, Horace Anderson,
W. Allen, Jr., Edw. H. York,
A. G. Rogers, Geo. F. Judkins,
Harry B BrownJ C. W. Pickard,
C. F. Whiitler, E. H. Elw 11,
8. T. Pickard. T. L. Talbot,
W. 8' nier, Jr., W. W. Goold,
Harry Butler, H. J. Libby,
Howard Gould, F. H. Libby.
C. L. Davis, Jobn Calvin Stevens,
J. H Blues, D. T. Blues,
B. H. Bines. C. Davis. Jr..
C. C. MiUett, C. T. Evans,
Kdw rd Gould, . : J. M. Gould,
Henry Evans, W. H. Moulton,
L. u. Gnffln, W. H. Soule,
W. 8. Lowell, O 8. Fogg.
Geo. D. Bolfe, G. A. Harmon.
Kdw. Woodman, C. H. Fancy,
H. S. Burrage, Herbert Paysou,
Brown Thurston, W. B. Autboine,
I. P. Warren, Btchard Webb,
G. H. Watkins, 8. C. Gould,
F. H. 8‘ockman, I. C, Siockbrldge,
C. B. Merrill, John P. Thomas,
C. J. «s alker, J. T. Lewis & Co.,
J. N. Lord, D. White* Suns,
C. L. Marston, U. W. Woodman,
E. M. Baud, Seth B. Hersey,
J. A. Kendall, J. F. Band,
A, L. Merritt, Bibber, McMann & Co.,
A. H. Berry, Fred B. Chase,
W. W. Thomas, Jr., W. F. Pearson,
A. C. Lamb, A. A. Kendall,
Geo. H. Parsons, J. A. Merrill.
A. Keith, . F. F. Tibbetts,
A. L. Burbank, N. 8. Fernald,
Whitman Sawyer, Morrill & Boss,
Edward L Foss, ' Win. MUllken A Co.,
Alvin Deerlng, J. C. Shirley,
Edward Haaty, Stephen H. Weeks,
Warren Burbank, Louis T. Cousins & Co.,
Milton Higgins, Slmonton & Itandall,
Lewis O’Bi'lon, E. M. Steadman & Co.,
Motley * Co.. Shaw, Hammond & Car
iwncnen, cnampun « ney,
Co., Christopher Way,
Henry 8. frlckey, Charles H. Baker,
W. H. Roberts, (X A. Chase,
John Williamson, John W. Deering,
Amos R. Winslow & Co., Charles B.Varney & Co.,
Geo. Milllken, J. A J. Fowler,
8argent, Lord A Sklllln, J. F. Hamilton,
E H. Sargent, Chase Bros.
R. 8. Doten, Kensell ft Tabor,
Eben Corey ft Co., Wm. E. Wood.
M. A. Blanc bard, 8. A. ft J. H. True,
Fletcher ft Co., Evan ft Kelsey,
C. K. Milllken, E. N. Perry,
Wm. H. Green, F. E. Lovell,
E. P. Chase, C. W. T. Coding
K. B. Swift, W. K. KUborn ft Co.,
Luther Bedlon, M. T. Llbbey,
W. C. Shaw, J. S. Marrett,
E. F, Moulton, A. B. Butler,
James E. Lunt, Albion Little,
Solomon Shine, L. A. Wade,
S. Schryver, Byron Greenough ft Co.,
Turner Bros., X. 8. Gardiner,
Ira F. Cl»rk, L. J. Perkins,
Frank C. White, B. D. Eastman,
F. A. Leavitt, Charles Custls,
G. M. F.lden, W. H. Jewett,
n. T. Whipple, X. John Little,
W. W. whlpple A. Carter,
T. L. Merrill ft Co., J. W. D. Carter,
Cyrus Lowell, J. H. Fitzgerald,
Frank L. Howe, J. E. Sargent,
8. C. McLellan, A. B Morrison,
Fred Walker, W. F. Stone,
J. K. Ingraham ft Co., Geo. C. Shaw,
Edward Mason, Edmund Dana, Jr..
F. T. Lunt, F. J. Bragdon,
Samuel Thurston, A. L Milieu,
Dr. Charles D. Smith, -Dr. Stanley T. Warren,
Dr. 8. P. Getchell, Dr. Aug. if. Thayer,
Dr. B. B. Foster, Dr. John C. Merrill.
John Dougi.ty. T. H. McDonnell A Co.,
Warren W, Mansfield. 8, H. Coles worth, Jr.,
James A. Colley, F. ft C. B. hash.
T. B. Davis. Nelson Tenney ft Co.,
Stevens ft Jones. C. W. Ford,
Henry st. John Smith, C. J. Farrington,
J. P. Butler, Edwin Clement,
Cbas. D. Brown, Chas. A. Brown,
C. M. Legrow, C. H. hachelder,
Berlin Mills, W. W. Brown,
S. C. Dver & Co., James E. Marrett,
K. Lewis ft Co., Bussell Lewis,
J. H. Parsons, Cousins ft Tomlinson,
Woodbury ft Lathan, Knight ft Co.,
A. Stephenson, J. H. Collin ft Co.,
Alfred-Woodman, E. B. Denison,
Harry K. Virgin, Wllford G. Chapman,
H. F. Farnsworth ft Co., Thomas Edwards,
Arvid Eke, Bumery, Birule ft Co.,
F. M Clement, J. L. Best,
Joseph Poor, 8. W. Larrabee ft Son,
CenryFox, J. H. Ham en,
J. S. Douglass, Kenneth McDonald,
Orman C.Evans, Augustus F. Cox,
W. H. Pennell* Jas. A. Martin,
George H. Abbott, Chase, Knight ft Co.,
Charles 8. Chase, Chase, Leavitt ft Co.,
Dr. William Wood.
The John W. Dee ring whose name ap
pears above is not ex-Mayor Deering.
The Alleged Braintree Murderer.
State Detectives Whitney, Bhodes and
Shaw of Massachusetts are in Maine follow
ing the track of Thompson, who is suspected
of having murdered Miss White of Bralutree.
Thompson was last heaid of when he
boarded the newspaper train on the Eastern
division road at Lynn on Sunday morning,
and paid a cash fare to Portland. In answer
to questions by the conductor, which it is
customary to ask of strangers on the early
morning newspaper trains, be said that he
was going to Portland to look for a job. The
train arrived in Portland shortly before 7
o’clock Sunday morning. Had Thompson
desired he could have taken another train
find anna nn tn Ronircr whara ha arauM
have arrived at ll.fiS Sunday forenoon. As
he checked his trunk for Portland, however,
It is very likely that he remained here until
it arrived Monday afternoon at 12.30 o’clock,
when he re-cbecked it for some point further
down east.
The State detectives took a train which
left Boston four hours later than the trunk
is known to have departed, and arrived in
Portland at 4.40 o’clock that day. This
latter train only goes as far as Augusta, and
if Thompson took the morning train for the
Provinces, as many think extremely prob
able, the detectives would have to wait until
the evening through train, which left Bos
ton at 7 o’clock and would reach St. John,
N. B., at 3 o’clock Tuesday afternoon, 9$
hours later than the train on which it is ex
pected that Thompson was on.
Tuesday the Boston detectives were id
Portland and with the assistance of the
Portland officers made a thorough search for
Thompson and also for his trunk. They
could find neither. The morniDg papers
did not mention the fact at the request of
the Portland department.
A Quick Battlement.
A short time ago, Capt. A. J. Pettengill,
while making a neighborly call at Wood
fords, unfortunately drove his horse, a spir
ited animal, on to a part of the new sewer
not properly covered. The sewer gave way,
sinking the horse almost out of sight in the
soft clay. In extricating himself the animal
broke a blood vessel, killing him almost im
mediately. The Captain presented his ac.
count of the damages to Mr. Bradford, the
chairman of the Peering board of selectmen
Saturday Mr. Bradford spoke to the presi
dent of the Water Company, Mr. Wescott, of
the matter, and on Tuesday morning, Capt.
Pettengill was requested to call at the com
pany’s office, which he did, and after a pleas
ant chat with the president was handed a
check in payment of the full amount of the
claim.
The Captain was very much pleased at the
interest shown by the gentlemen in the mat
ter, and heartily appreciates this prompt,
ploasant and satisfactory settlement.
THE LIDBACK ENGINE.
Bomethlng About How and Where It
will be Used.
^ During the summer John A. Lidback, the
Commercial street machinist, invented an
engine to run the dynamo on the new Pull
man oriental limited train, by which the
journey from New York to San Francisco
can be made in one day leas than ever before.
The train will be lighted by electricity from
this dynamo. Mr. Lidback’s engine com
bines to two requisites for a dynamo engine,
namely, diminutiveness and jarless motion.
Two of these little engines are now in pro
cess of construction at Mr. Lidback’s ma
chine shop. They will be 22 inches in length
and 18 inches in height, of five horse-power,
and capable of generating enough electricity
to supply 35 lights apiece. Motion without
vibration is attained by two pistons which,
working in one cylinder and being equally
powerful, counterbalance each other. En
gines of this size will be placed in the Pull
man cars under a table at oue end, and the
Incandescent lights will shod their soft eff'l
gence, but uo whirr of machinery will di ;
turb the traveller’s rest. In a vestibule
train a larger engine lights ail the cars and
Is placed in the baggage car. Mr. Lidback will
complete one of these engines by the middle
of next month, and will test it by putting it
in motion while it is suspended in mid-air,
fixed on a hanging board. Any vibration
will, of course, be easily mauifest.
WEDDINCS.
LAKHABEE—LOOP.
The Wilkesbarre Record gives the follow
ing account of the Larrabec-Loop wedding in
that city. Major Larrabee is a son of Mr.
S. W. Larrabee, of this city, and
has just been nromoted in the Indian Bu
reau at Washington:
‘•Major Charles E- Larrabee, of the Indian
Bureau, Washington, D. C., and Miss Ruth
Estelle, only daughter of Edward S. Loop,
were joined in holy matrimony at the bride’s
home, on South Main street, yesterday at 11
o’clock. Rev. Ileury L. Jones, rector of St.
Stephen’s Episcopal church, per formed the
euri.ni(inir 'Tim KrLI.i max.. . Ill.I i„ ; I _
made traveling suit. Af or tlie ccreuiouy
the guests resolved themselves into a social
gathering, aud for a few hours a most pleas
ant time was realized hy those present. Tlie
parlor was decorat' d v. ill* tnnuy floral com
binations. On the innuti 1 a bank of chrys
anthemums extended back to the wall, and
various boquets of roses, .-mllax, etc., were
placed in the room, presenting a charming
appearance in their dress of many colors.
The presents received were very imnlsoiue.
They included articles of great value and
service. Mr. and Mrs. Lari a Luc left on the
one o’clock train for an extended wedding
tour, expecting to visit many p< lots of in
terest, principally in the South. Among tlie
guests from other places were not ced Mr.
Henry Larrahee and his cousin, Mr. John
Knight, of Portland, Maine; Miss Way, of
Elmira; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Roby, and
daughter, of Rochester; Miss Jennie Rey
nolds, of Scranton ; Miss llurdett-, of New
York, and O. n. Livingston French and
daughter, of Plymouth.”
DUNN—WALTON.
Yesterday morning, the wedding of
Charles Dunn, Jr, Esq., and Miss Grace
Walton took place at tlie First Baptist
church. A large number of people, mostly
friends of tlie bride and groom, witnessed
the ceremony. Y. C. Wilson, Esq., and E.
F. Thompson, Seq., acted as ushers. The
wedding march was played by Mr. Peterson,
the organist of the church. The bride and
groom entered the church at exactly 11
o’clock. As they moved down the aisle,
Rev. Dr. Small, the officiating clergyman
proceeded down tlie other, meeting them at
the pulpit, where the ceremony was grace
fully performed. The bride was dressed
In gray silk. Mr. and Mrs. Dunn
left on the noon train west, on tneir wedding
Journey. They have the congratulations of
many friends.
Real Estate Transfers.
The following transfers of real estate in
this county have been recorded at the Regis
try of Deeds:
liiiiauem— w. n. uaromer 10 u. >. xre
fetlien. (1. etc.
W. H. Gardiner to J. W. Trefetben. $1. etc.
South Bridgton—H. E. Warren to Jane E.
Goold. (200.
Stan dish -Mary E. Sawyer to L. Libby. (30P.
Baymoad—John Tripp to V. W. Hpllles. (360.
Jane A. Plummer to S. H. Plummer. (400.
S. H. Plummer to I. Emery. (825.
Diamond Island—William P. Preble, Jr., to A.
B. Doteu. (1, etc.
Heury Preble to A. B. Doten. (l, etc.
Pownal—J. W. Marston to J. H. Jenness. $1.
etc.
New G loucester—T. Clark to Abbie E. Pierce.
(1, etc.
Emily J. and Susan O. Spring to Clara 8. Jor
dan. (666.87.
A Sort Icelandic Chill.
[Machias Union (Dem).J
If President Cleveland’s “chill” had retro
active influence, by chill meeting chill, this
must have cost him many thousands of votes.
The friends of Tilden, Hendricks, Hewitt,
Judge Abbott, and their like, were here and
there all over the Union. It is said very
many voted the ticket because they disliked
to sacrifice partv association, at the same
time did no work and felt in a sort of Ice
landic air during the canvass.
MARRIAGES.
In Augaita, Nov. 8, Bert Shaw and Miss Mary
E. Tibbetts.
In Augusta. Nov. 12, Eugene M. Chase and Miss
Addle A. Wade.
In Gardiner, Nov. 14, John H. Wight of Gardi
ner and Emma T. Kellett ol Skowhegan.
In Wintbrop. Nov. 10. George W. Mlddlemas ol
Wlnthrop and Miss Franceua P. Smith of Greene.
In East Dlx&eld, Nov. II, John Cummings of
Livermore Center and Annie Hiscock of East
Dixfleld.
In East Hebron, No. 11. Frank Packard of East
Bebrou and L. Emma Lowell of Buckfleld.
DEATHS.
In this city,'Nov. 20, Mrs. Ann, widow of the
late John Crawford, aged 85 years.
[Funeral this Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock,
at No 112 Franklin street.
In this city, |Nov. 21, Jacob L. Frost, aged 38
years.
[Notice of funeral hereafter.]
In Hlddeford, Nov. 19, Edward G. Brackett,
aged 72 years.
In Blddeford, Nov. 17, Miss Maggie Hayes.
In Brunswick, Nov. 17, Henry Orr, aged 65
years.
In Belgrade, Nov. 15. Mrs. Lydia Tlllson, aged
77 years.
In East Keadfleld, Nov. 14, Benjamin Brown,
aged 80 years.
In West Sumner, Nov. 10, H. 8. Farrar, aged
61 years.
The funeral service of the late Alviu B. Band
will take place this Thursday afternoon at 1 o’clk
at his late residence, carboro.
That Tickling
In your throat arises from catarrh, and as catarrh
IS a constitutional disease the ordinary cough
medicines all fall to hit the spot. What you need
is a constitutional remedy like Hood's Sarsapar.l
la, which, by building up the general health, and
expelling the scrofulous taint which Is the cause
of catarrh and consumption, has restored to per
fect health many persons on whom these dise ses
seem to have a firm hold. Many unsoll ited testi
monials prove beyond question that Hood’s Sarsa
parilla does positively cure catarrh.
Catarrhal Affection
“For several years I had been troubled witli a
catarrhal affection In my throat, and bad tried
several kinds of medicine but could find nothing
to help me. My wife wanted me to try Hood’s
Sarsaparilla, and I must say I was very much ben
cuucu vy uauif; n, <tuu nuum icuiuiuicuu u verv
highly to anv one having asthma or catarrh.”
Elias P. Devbieb, Ann of Devries & Peterson.
Omaha, Neb.
Quick Consumption
“I am happy to say that my wife was cured ol a
very bad cough and what was called ‘quick con
sumption,' by Hood’s Sarsaparilla. She was re
stored to perfect health, which she lias enjoyed
ever since. Our little girl was poor and puny;
Hood’s Sarsaparilla seemed to be just the thing
she needed, as she lias been well and hearty siuce
taking it.” FliANK Otis, Berwick, Me.
”1 had the worst symptoms of chronic catarrh
for two years. So troublesome was It that I could
not smell nor taste. I found Hood’s Sarsaparilla
a speedy cure, and I am now free from this awful
disease ” J. H. Sammis, Bay Shore, N, Y.
Hood’s Sarsaparilla
Bold by all druggists $1; six for $5. Prepared
only by C. I. HOOD Si CO., Lowell. Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar
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SICK HEADACHE
----|Posit i vet y Cured by
Ai DXrp O these Little PUlfc
Wri |\ I L l\0 They also relieve Dis
KBi ITTI r tress from Dyspepsia.
ITTLt Indigestion and Too
H | \# IT D Hearty Eating. A per
IS I ” feet remedy for Dlzxl
P | LL 5, ness, Nausea, Drowsi
tj Ig* ness. Bad Taste In the
IPkMsSIk Mouth.CoatedTongue,
—-fPaln in the Side, TOR
PID LIVER. They regulate the Bowels.
Small Pill. Small Dose. Small Price.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
GOOD THINGS
FOR YOUR
THANKSGIVING DINNER!
None of the Holidays is more agreeably anticipated or pleasantly
remembered than our Thanksgiving, and nothing contributes so much
to the pleasure of its observance as its dinner, the preparation of which
is now attracting the earnest attention of the housekeeper.
We are, as heretofore,
HEADQUARTERS
for the numberless good things which enter into the make-up of this
repast. This year our selections hare been unusually large and in the
wide assortment presented no one can fail iu finding just what is want
ed. We never sacrifice quality to make phenomenal prices. Every
thing is fresh, new and bright, and as for »»rices we point to the vo’
ume of our patronage which could have never been attracted and held
bv other than the
LOWEST PRICES!
We offer in all grades and varieties the following seasonable
goods: New Dehesa Raisins in clusters for table use, New Imperial
Cabinets, Dehesa Muscatels, Seedless Raisins, Ondnra and Valencia
Raisins, New Vostezza and English Cnrrants, New Leghorn Citron,
Candied Lemon and Orange Peel, New French and Tarkiah Prnnes,
New Layer Figs, New Fard and Persian Dates, Fresfr Malaga Grapes,
Florida Oranges and Lemons, English Walnuts, Castatias, Pecans, Fil
berts, Almonds and Shelbark Walnuts, Prepared Mince Meat, Plum
Pudding all ready for use, New Cider Jelly, New Vermont Honey,
French Soups of all kinds iu glassjars, Huckins’ Soups of all kinds, a
full line of Crosse & Blackwell’s Pickles, Olives, Table Sautes, Cat
sups, Chutneys, Capers, Curry Powder, and Table Vinegar. French
Peas and Mushrooms, Salad Cream, Pate de Foie Gras, Anchovies iu
oil. Anchovy Paste, lar mouth Bloaters, Guava Jelly, Preserves, Mar
malades and Jellies of all kinds, Brandy Peaches, Pears and Chorries,
California Wine Jelly, Wine Calves Feet Jelly, etc., etc.
CANDIES !
Candies are now considered a necessary adjunct to the Thanksgiv
ing dinner. We have added many new kinds and now offer over GO
varieties, comprising everything from the finest Bon Bons down to
plain Broken Candy, all at about one-half the price generally charged
at other stores.
Geo. €. Shaw & Co.,
' 585 CONGRESS and 235 MIDDLE STREET.
nov.2 ( d3t
OUR LEADERS TO-DAY ARE:
fc Muslin Underwear,—great bargains at $1.00.
Embroidered Aprons,—a leader at 25c.
Pillow Shams, Hamburg tilmmed, $1.00 a
pair.
Silk Screens (3 panels), carefully packed for
delivery, $5.00.
Umbrellas, extra quality, silver handles,—
Ladles’ $1.50, Men’s $2.00.
Hand Mirrors,—bevel plate, 25c.
Cut Glass Toilet Bottles, 12Jc.
Oxidized Brooch Pins, large assortment at
15c.
Brass Picture Frames. 13c.
Japanese Leather Wallets, 13c.
Children’s Greenaway Gossamers, $1.25.
Ladies’ Cloth finish Gossamers, $2 40.
One hundred dozen primed border, hem
stitched Handkerchiefs at 5c.
5000 yards of Ribbon remnants at 5c.
Remnants coupons of Fancy Laces, 25c.
Ladies’ and Children’s Health Underwear.
IN THE BASEMENT.
Bisque Dolls, very handsome ones for 50c.
Large size, fine quality Jack Knives, 25c.
Brass Cuspidors, 50c.
Japanese Pottery, Toys and Baskets.
OWEN, MOORE & CO.
NEW RIBBONS
at Lower Prices Than Ever Before!
We have just purchased a quantity of Crown Edge
Satin Ribbons, at the lowest price that we have ever
known for All Silk goods. They are in the very best
selling colors and are particularly desirable for
Christmas work.
We offer them this (Thursday) morning and until
all are closed, as follows: No. 5 at II dents per yard;
No. 7 at 12 cents per yard; No. 9 at 13 cents per
yard; No. 12 at 14 cents per yard.
Please bear in mind that they are All Silk, that
they are in the most desirable colors, that they are
in the best widths for fancy work and that they will
sell Rapidly.
RINES BROTHERS.
* SPECIAL FORTHE HOLIDAYS.
A The Holder of this Coupon Is entitled to a
H Life Size Crayon Portrait, enlarged from any
DL small copy, entirely free of charge (except
___ cost of frame), provided this coupon Is re
EE deemed before Dee. 16th, 1888. Send your
e Photograph, and we will send you samples
and Price List of Frames. Address
ry AUGUST J. UHL, 822 Broadway, New
W York. nov22dlw*
FOR8AI.it — Best solid butter 26c pound;
good cake of soap 3c; good water pall 10c.
beet brooms 26c; extra goocVralsins loc pound;
best canary seed 6c pound; best potatoes 7oc
bushel; pure currant Jelly 12c pound; flnecldcr
Jelly 10c pound; 6 pounds pop corn 26c; 10
Sounds onions 26c; good Baluwiu apples 45c
ushel; 2 eaus peaches 26c; try our 33c te . best
in the city for the money. At .JOHNSON & LAM
BERT’S 24 Wilrnot street.22-1
WANTED—To call your attention to a few of
our prices; laird 11c per pound, pork steak
and sausage 12c per pound, whole hams 12 Vic
per pound, nice Vermont tub butter 24c per
pound, strictly fancy No. 1 Baldwin apples $1.00
per barrel, best Ondara layer raisins 1 c per
pound. C. A. ROUNDS, corner Franklin and Ox
ford streets. 22-1
WANTED—Small rent of six or seven rooms,
convenient foi house keeping, on ground
floor If possible; located in the vicinity of Congress
square: price not to exceed $20 per month. C. 11.
KILBY, Real Estate Agent, 113 Exchange St..
Portland, Me. 22-1
HOH8BN TO BOARD—$2.25 a week: 4
lbs. grain dally, carrots, beets, best nay,
light stalls seven feet wide, Sebago water; barn
never freezes: 3 exerolse vards: foreman six vears
on Maplegrove stock farm. Address If. U.
THOM AS, Baccarappa, Me. 22tf
WANTED-Mrs. Dr. Sherman can be found
at her rooms, 87 Oak St., Cor. of Prospect.
Corns, bunions and bad nails treated in a skillful
manner. Office hours 8 a. m. to 8. p. m. 22-1
WANTED—Young man with 8100, cash In
money making business; one that can
travel; no agency or canvassing; must be ready
to commence at once; must be sober and t rust
worthy. Address at once H. PIERCE, Portlaud,
Me. 22-3t
FO It U A I, E—Traverse runner pung; been
used only one season and In good condition.
Apply to W. E. ULMER, 188 Middle St., Canal
Bank Building. 22-1
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POLICIES Protected by the Pop
alar Maine Non-Forfeiture Law
Issued only by the OLD UNION
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY, of Portland, Maine.
REAL ESTATE ACENCY.
C. II• Kl I,BY, No. 08 Exchange street, deal
er In Western mortgages, coupon bonds; houses
reuted or sold; small dwellings or tenements ob
tained; rentals collected; a number of good
agents and canvassers wanted. nov22d4w
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ION MUTUAL j^FE INSURANCE
COMPANY, of Portland, Maine.
BEEF TEA
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is:.._ ■ * v___.
■ IUIIV9 iliBU VI nuua
of the best makers
TO SELL,AND RENT.
119 Exchange St., at Win. P. Hastings.
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COMPANY, of Portland, Maine.
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ION MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY, of Portland, Maine.
HUIOULAHUDI.
SEJCOND SEASON.
The Stockbridge
POPULARS.

KNTEIRTA1NMBIMTS
Season 1888-89. At City Hall.
On account of the great demand for the Regular Stockbridge Course
Tickets, and the disappointment to many who desired
tickets, a short course of eight First-Class Enter
taii.nieiils will be irlvcn us fnllnus!
GRAND GILMORE JUBILEE.
One of the greatest musical events of this sea
son will be a concert by Mr. P. S. Gilmore and Ills
ramous Military Band.
Gilmore’s Band
50 MUSICIANS, 50
And the following brilliant array of emi
nent Solo Artists:
VOCAL KOI.OUSTS.
Mme. BLANCHE STONE BAKTON,
I'rlma Donna Soprano.
Miss HELEN DUDLEY CAMPELL,
I'rlma Donna Contralto.
Signer EltNESTO BALDANZA, Prime Tenore.
Herr EMIi. STEGKE, Basso Cantantc
■ NSTHC.HCNTAL SOLOISTS.
Mr. B. C. BENT, Solo Cornet.
Mr. HE.sKY A. HIGGINS, Solo Cornet.
Mr. Fit ED LAX, Flute.
Signor DECAKLO, Piccolo.
Herr MATUS.E Flat Clarinet.
Signor BTENGI.EK First H Flat Clarinet. i
Siguor Di CH1AKBL, Oboe.
E. E. LEFEBKE, Saxophone.
HA KEY WESTON, French Horn.
Herr EITZE, Flu el Horn.
811nor EAFFAYOI.O, Euphonium.
HAhltY WBITTIEK. An-onlophone.
J. B. D. WILSON, Trombone.
Mr. Gilmore will tepeat the pertinent features
of tbe Boston Jubilee, the Anvil Chorus, &c.
Enaiog Tickets, 30. 73 cents, and 91.00.
IV LTL'tlVH HL' Dll’lit! I 111 Killing
llil U IBJtlBXIVI V* UliUBIIJ (Bilfl/ VUUBiilBMJ
By the following artists:
Miss ALICE MAY BATES, Soprano;
Miss NELLIE EVANs. Contralto;
Mr. W. II. FESSENDEN. Tenor;
Mr. LON F. BRINE, Baritone:
Miss BELLE BETSKOHii, Violinist;
Mr. LEON KEACIi, Pianist.
Miss NELLIE EVANS, Myfanwy Peris. Contralto.
Miss Evans is a native of North Wales, who
has sung with great success iu her own country
and who is the recipient of many encomiums from
the English press, makes her first appearance in
America with this organization.
ErrsiagTIckMi, SOasSfS cenln.
The Gorman Spectacular Minstrels,
40 MEN.
A new departure in Minstrelsy. Instead of the
usual forty In a row wi'h stars on the end method
of opening the eutertainment. The first part Is
entitled
“Scenes at 11 Sea tide Hofei,’9
which lepivsen.s a colored party, and the differ
ent numbers of it give Hong*, i mien non.,
Jok *, Mketehe* and Mpecia >tie-<. The bauu
aud on tiestra are placed ou the floor In front of
ilie stage. No boue> or tambourines. Among the
ai tisis are James, tiicorg« and John (<«r
mi*a, Fred l-e*\ the %v hinder; Uot. Add.
Hyman, m. HI. Hall, the Bnnjomi; the Vic
tor* in a Tludi ui Nevet*y, Williu Is y on*,
the Female ■ mpmonator; Mona aud
iiai* ce Men, aud other flue performers. Some of
the best features are, The Dunciug Tlu»kpi
err*; a splendid Male Quartette; ‘De t ot
ton Field;’’ th- Operatic Extravaganza,
“I he ti-tditu Hall;” the Military l>rill;
Mnguifirent Hand and Orchestra; Fine
Ch .ruses; Elegant C’oafnmca and Mpecial
Mcenery. The Mtroogest, moat Refined and
Artiatic Minatrea Company traveling.
Evening Tlckela 30 and 73 cents.
First appearance of the finest and most complete
Opera Company in the United 8 ates. The
NEW AMERICAN OPERA GO.
7S Artist*. Grand Chorus, Orclies
tru ol SO Musicians, Spec
ial Scenery, Hicham
Costumes.
The following celebrated Artists as Frlnclpals:
SOPRANOS.
LOUISE NATALI. ADELAIDE KANDALL,
COKA B. MEACHAM. FANNY GONZALES.
CONTRACTOR.
CLAKA POOLE, LIZZIE MACNICHOL.
TENORS.
CHAULES BASSETT, WILLIAM CASTLE,
THOMAS EBEHT.
RARITONIS sad H tSSOS.
ALONZO 8TODDAKI), FKANK VETTA. E. N.
KNiOHT, T. 8. GUISE, HAltKY WAKKEN.
Verdi s Popular Opera will be presented.
IL TROVATORE.
Musical Dlrector-OUSTAV HENKICH.
Kerniug Tickets, 81.00. 8I.'J3, 81.30.
First appearance in this city of the world
renowned Humorist, Sir. Marshal P.
WILDER,
Assisted by a Quartette and Plants', to be
announced.
Evening T ickei., . - 30 crata.
THE STETSON OPERA COMPANY.
<** ' rnaei.,
Iu Gilbert ai tew and origln-il comic
v j... . the
YEOMEN OF THE CUARD,
01 THE KERRY MAN AND HIS M/ID.
Grand Chorus ami Orchestra, Special Scenery,
Elcgaut Costumes and Huudsome properties. The
following artists as principals:
Heleu I.iiuigbi, Alice C'orle, IfXabrlln Ita
lic r, Minn Millard, Min* Hroroliai, J«
■cpli P. Em, JniuM (Gilbert,
Irurrrufi, K«lv»ard Cervaiar,
N. S. Kunihnin, Maule, Hmu:
illaa, Tilijr. m, K« d«iouc,
Ciiiumeyrr, €»raaf, Por
ter.
Chorus of Yeomen of the Guard, Geuth men. Citi
zens, &«•.
Scone—Tower Green lamdon.
Period—Sixteen li Century.
Evening Ticket* 30, 73 cent* nu<l 9100.
Lecture by tlie Celebrated Writer and Travel
ler, Mr. GEOKGR
K I*: J%’ A A A ,
who will deliver one of his celebrated lecture-* Ji n
SIBERIA.
Kftli.* Ticket. 30 ceuta.
THE SPANISH STUOENTS.
A Quintette of Spanish Mandolin and Guitar
Players, under the leadership of
nELQVUDEZ HERNANDEZ,
The celebrated Mandolin Soloist, assisted by
other artists, Vocal and Instrumental. (To be
announced).
Er..i.| Ticket. 30 real..
Course Tickets, Including Reserved Seats, $2.00, $3.50 and $3.00, ac
cording to location. Tickets sold at Auction Saturday
Evening, Nov. 241b, at City Hall. Sale at 7.45.
CONCERT BY CRIMMER’S ORCHESTRA AT 7. Only SIX
tickets sold to one persou at the opening sale. Tickets at
Stockbridge’s Music Store after the opening sale.
Half Fare on the M. C. R. R. and Lata Trains on 6. T. R.
TO ALL HOLDING TICKETS.
Half fare given on other Railroads If sufficient numbers purchase
tickets.
POV22 _dlw
LOOMER’S
ELASTIC CUT-AWAY
HIP CORSET.
V,: .
Vv
] I
Strong, Easy-Fitting, Com
fortable and Health
Preserving.
The House Patent Molded Shape.
Especially desirable for Ladies of One
contour or of delicate constitution.
1 he Hip Sections are Cut-Away, there
by removing uncomfortable and injuri
ous pressure.
The French Coided Bands over the
Hips prevent wrinkling, and give a
graceful ilgure.
The Elastic (fores render this Corset
absolutely perfect fitting, and expand
readilv to every motion of the body, giv
ing a Health Preserving effect and free
dom of motion.
Perfect satisfaction guaranteed or the
price paid will bn cheerfully refunded.
H. B. Ladies, beware of imitations of
this Corset, nowon the market, which
are not molded and are of Inferior
shape. Remember that “Loonier’*” is
the only molded shape high hip Corset
in the world. See that the name of
“LOOMER’S” is in the box. and buy no
other, if you desire a perfect fit.
-FOB SALK BY
RINES BROS.
sep27 dlawThtf
never offered greater inducements to
buyers and those who ought to buy than
now. Not only is an eight pound turkey
given with every Range but the price as
quoted now heats the world. Come and
sec the best Ranges and the smallest tig
ures ever made.
G II NS,
Rifles, Revolvers, Amunllion,
Fishing Tackle and Sporting Goods.
AGENT FOB
DUPONT S POWDER, ATLAS POWDER AND FUSE
H h«le«ai« nidj Kctm «
303 MIDDLE STREET,
JL. BAILEY.
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COMPANY, of Portland, Maine.
STEVE! & JOSES,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
» — or —
BiailK BOOKS,
Legal Blanks
AND ALL KINDS OF
i *
Fine Stationery for polite cor
respondence a specialty.
193 MIDDLE STREET.
octiodtjat)3
OPERA GLASS SALE
LAMSON f Jeweler,
lias opened a splendid line of the best Imported
Opera Classes which he will sell at LOWIB
PRICKS than ever offered before.
PLAIN BLACK and colored leather; black or
gilt tubes, mounted with the best high power ach
romatic lenses fr -m $2.00 upwards.
"MOTHEK OF PKAKI. In all shades, gold
mounted, $8.00 up.
Now is the time to buy while you hare this op
portunity.
177 MIDDLE ST.,
oc 3 NEAR PONT OFFICE. dtf
m_i.
DldUK MS!
E. M. OWEN & CO.
Have the finest line of
Black Dress Goods
They have shown since opening.
Henriettas in silk mid wool, and
all wool. Drap D'Aluias, Trench
Cords, Brocades, iMohair Tamlse,
Sicilian .Mohair, Camels Hntr, Di
agonal and Stripes.
538 CONGRESS STREET.
Dovl 5 ThS&Tutf
HOT SODA
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THE ITHACA
Hauimerle.e ii„a, a tlie latest and beat In the
market. Warranted in every respect. Price $46
U.L ntll.iv, MU middle Street.
dtt
CITY ADTEHTIKEaiNTS.
CITY OF PORTLAND.
Portland & Rochester Railroad Hearing.
UPON the petition of the Portland & Rochester
Railroad Company for the written consent of
Mayor and Aldermen to the location and extension
ot Us road from a point on Green street, thence by
a curve to leftcrossing Grove and St.John streets. I
to a Junction with the tracks of the Vtslne Central
Railroad, near the Union railway station:
Notice Is hereby given that the Board of Mayor
and Aldermen will give a public hearing to all par
ties Interested in the rubj.-ct matter of the above
petition, at their room City Building, onTbursday,
the 22d Inst., at 7.30 p. in.
By order ol the Board,
GEO. C. BURGESS, City Clerk.
Portland, November IS, 1888, noviadlw
CITY OF PORTLAND.
Notice of HciiriiiR.
WHEREAS, John W. Lane has petitioned the
C;ty Council to discontinue part of a Btreet
or Public Way In said city, beginning at the
Junction of Brackeit Street with Commercial
Street, thence westerly to the base of the retain
ing wall of the Boston and Maine Railroad, dis
continuing so much of said Bracxett Street as
shall not appear to be used by the city: and where
as said petition was referred by the City Council.
November 4th, 18SS, to the undersigned, for them
to consider and act upon, th rrefore
No tee is hereby given to all parties Interested,
that the Joint St tiding Committee of the City
Council on iaylugout new streets, will meet to
hear the parties and view the proposed way on
SATURDAY, the 24th day of November. 1888.
at three o’clock lu the afternoon, at the corner of
Brackett and Commercial Streets, and will then
amt there proceed to determine and adjudge
whether the public convenience requires said
street or way to be discontinued.
Given under our bauds on this 17th day of
November, A. D. 1888.
CH AS. J. CHAPMAN, Mayor)
NATHAN E. B*DLON, I o_on
WILLIAM H. SMITH, I out
JOHN Y. RASH. ' “gJJSL
FRANCIS HIGGINS, I wew Blreels
J. HENRY CROCKETT, I
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A
THE mum HOUSE PLKMSUING CO.
hare the handsomest display of the most
popular Mtores ever shown In New Eng
land. We do not hare to use a telescope
to see that we shall hare to carry many
orer nnless we make prices that can be
seen with the naked eye. We hare mark
ed them CLEAR DOWN, for they
must go; don’t wait, but come at once.
DON’T FAIL
Visit My Store!
• • DURING THE NEXT —
TEN DAYS.
25 CENT SALE
Childrens’ Books
VASES AND JEWELRY.
Beautiful Plush Phot
graph Albums for $2.00.
Frank B. Clark.
nov3 dtf
PIANO!
The sole agency of this world renowned lostru
incut.
SAMUEL THURSTON
1V0. 3 Free Street Bloc! Portland.
ft. B.-itik t.r tk< DI’UltKTT OKUAft.
_Jjl* TUNINU TO OKDRH. dtf
Those parties who have my club and discount
tickets for photographs purchased from different
agents during the last seven or eight years are
urgently requested to use the same and come In
and sit for their pictures, between now and
December 1st. Although the time within which
these tickets could be used has thus far not
been limited, yet I feel called upon to give this
public notice to my patrons, that It Is very prob
able that they will soon be discontinued, especial
ly those Issued years ago. All tickets now are
good, however.
Those who sit within the above speciOed time
will receive extra benefits. For further parti
culars Inquire at studio.
Respectfully,
HEARN, Photographer,
314 t'R.grc.. Mr ret.
Portland. Oct. 13,1888. oit 13dtf

Lung protectors,
Hot Water Bottles,
Chamois Skins
— V>D —
TOILET BOTTLES.
II. II. IIA ¥ «V SON,
Junct. Free and Middle Streets.
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EXCURSIONS ]0 CALIFORNIA
EVERY WEEk_VIA ALL UMX
«sss
Congress «t. Lowest rates to all points West and
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aiii i ion bain.
:. 0. BAILEY A CO. _•_ - AUCTIONEERS.
SpeolalSale ol
PICTURES
Friday, Nov. 23, at 10 a. iu. and 2.30 p. m.
AT SALESROOM. EX5HAR6E STREET,
ibout 200 pictures, handsomely framed; Oil
i’alntlnes, Engravings. Water Colors, 1’hotograi
ers, &c. nov21dtd
F. O. BAILEY & CO.,
Inetioneere and Commission Morrhantx
Salesroom 18 Exchange Street.
K. O. II ail.KV. V. W. ALUS
marls_ ttt
Manson G. Larrabee
tfc co.
You should watch closely our
MIDDLE ST. PRICES
if you are a purchaser of
DRY GOODS.
Now la the time to bay from our stock
of all Wool Plaids and Stripe English
Serges, which were purchased at a great
reduction In nrire. Ill inches wide at
59 Cents Per Yard.
BLACK ALL WOOL HENRIETTAS.
We bare Just received the balance of
that lot. of Henrietta* which *«lu -o
i|ulckljr la-t week. 40 Inch s wide and
the >■.ime price. *
75 Cents Per Yara.
Manson 6. Larrabee
cfc CO.
SI.50 PER YARD.
Fire pieces 24 Inch Black Satin Duch
ess. When they sold the.*e good* at $2.00
they were considered good value. Ke
member they are 24 inche* wide and
very liue finish, at
SI.50 Per Yard.
There Is no niack Silk that wea-s bet
ter, or Is more highly recommended than
theliuloet. Every ya'd warruut. d fiur
special prices this week on Ibis make of
goods are
98c, 91.19, SI.33 Per Yard.
A full'I o of colored Satins for faecy
work, el,at
50 Cents Per Yard.
Fifteen shades of Silk Warp Drap
D’Alma, 40 Inches wide, at
98 Cents Per Yard.
Oar Colored Silk Plushes nt 60 orals
are good value.
Manufacturer*’ agents of the 30 Inch
all Wool Tricots at
29 Cents Per Yard.
Dr. Warnet’s Health Underwear for
Ladies, Gents and Children, is made of
the One downy camel’s hair, mixed with
Australian wool, and are warranted not
to shrink; free from cotton, dye or other
adnlterations. These goods are not med
icated. They depend for their health
fulness upon sanitary qualities of pure
nndyed Wool and Camel’s Hair, the ma
terial which nature has provided for
clothing from the earliest history or the
I world.
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Manson G. Larrabee
tfc CO’S.
Especially good values In Elutic Hip
Corsets at
50 Cents,
in dub only,and every size from 18 to 30
Senator, Bonanza aud Kevllo White
Shirts
$1.00, 75 and 50 Cents.
Khose looking for Comforters will And
rge line of styles and low prices In
this department.
8 cases of chocolate and white ground
Prints nt
5 Cents Per Yard.
In oar Blanket Department the trade
still continues In a brisk form, every*
body being pleased with the low prices
made on Blankets.
Onr 17e Sea Foam Batting for 18 l-8e
“ 18 l-8e “ “ “ lOe
“ 10c “ “ “ 8c
Manson G. Larrabee
„ cfc CO.
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I N S U R E
AT THE AGENCY OF
PREMISS 10RISG,
No. 31 1*3 Exchange St.,
SPRINGFIELD
FIRE AND MARINE
INSURANCE CO.,
— OF —
SPRINGFIELD, NAM.
ORGANIZED 1840.
Statement, Jan. I, 1888.
ASSETS:
Real estate, unincumbered.• 110,883.00
Leans uo bond* and mortgages. 261,660.00
Stocks and bonds owned by Co.*,330,806.00
Loans secured by collaterals. 26.Doo.oo
Cash In bank and office. 8a.20t.03
Interest due and accrued. 28,643.47
Premiums and rents In due course
of collection. 200,060.48
$3,000,803.08
LIABILITIES:
Losses unadjusted and not due $ 172.025.32
Auiuuui, mjiureu 10 s&ifiy reinsure
all outstanding risks. 1,178.067.64
All other demands against the Co... 27.826.00
Cash capital. 1,26«.noo.oo
Net Marplaa. 473 088.13
$3,090,903.08
J. N. DUNHAM,Pres. 8. J. HALL, Sec,
31 1-2 Exchange Street.
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ladies, Ladies,
of Portland and Vicinity.
We Will Opta N#t. I at, a branch Orraa C'at
na* ackaal The .VIAUIC ki'ALK, a per
fect Tailar Myateas of dress cutting, with all IIS
modem Improvements, Invented by W. C. Hood,
of Quincy, 111. We measure ss the Tailors do;
we cut Cloaks. Dolmans, Tea downs. Including
all kinds of tlhddrea’a Malta) we have anew
French sleeve and French dart. Thlssystem
we teach thoroughly, neglecting no point that will
beneflt our pupils. After having eighteen years
of experience and uslug Twelve Dlffeeeat Mya*
tcnta, we pronounce this the .Waat Perfect of
all. We have taught Ladles that have systems
costing from $16 to $26, and pronounce this Par
Muperaar to still others. Patterns cat to order.
Lesson, Book and 8cale, Including oral Instruc
tions. lessons In basting, giving each scholar a
COFFEEandCREAM
— AT —
SCHLOTTBRBECK 4c EONS’.
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