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HARBOR NEWS. interesting Motes Oelhevesl Along IK Water front. _ / All of the eeeeele which err 1 red at this port yesterday wer) heaelly toated with loe as a result of the bitter oold weather of Saturday and Sunday. The aallort re port that they experienced no llttli iroutlt In keeplrg from being lro*en. Tde British schooner Borneo. bound from A ew York to St. John with ocal, name in tor a ns rbcr. She encountered a herd storm, epltolrg her rodder and main boom. Anothsr schooner whloh exp’rl enoed a tempestuous paseego was the italph M. Hayward, whloh trocght a eargo of coal from Phlladelohla After being only a few hours ont the mate was taken slok with the grip. The crew of four men, who srj Irom the West Indies, were unused to the cold weatb. r and all of them euffered Irern trust bites. With the pate these men wen taken to Un marine hospital where they will te oared for. . . The steamer St Croix rrrlvel from Boston at focr o’clock in the afternoon gsn re I vessels, some light and others with cargo, came id fcr harbor. The lona of the Thomson line and the Parrlngford of the Elder Dempster line will sail today Inspector of Immigration Elliott was given notloe from Speolal Commissioner of Immigration Barnard at Minneapolis, Minn , that a Swedish woman, named Blnqnist, with fonr ohlldren, would be deported to their own oountry, through the port of Portland, on the Dominion liner Carobroman, which sails today. In spector Elliott notltled the Dominion peo ple that arrangements had been made by whloh Mrs Blnqulst and her children ■hould remain in this oountry. About a year ago Mr.BInqolst arrived In Portland and ounttnned on hie way to Minneapolis. a uhnrt time avo be became Insane Be fore tbla misfortune overtook Mm be eent for bis family, wbo arrived at Q.iebso. Upon their arrival at Minneapolis they became, through the condition of the husband and father, a publio charge and were ordered to be deported. Just as they were leaving for the depot, In charge of Commissioner Barnard, a brother of the Btnqulstj appeared and offered them pro tection DAVKNPOHT PUBL OP WATKH. Vineyard Haven, January 21 —The captain of the Uay Head Ufe saving sta tion reported this morning that the seas are making a claan breach over the four masted schooner Uaorge P. Davenport of Hath, Me , which str/tided on Nantheona Island Sunday night. Her stern has set tled since yesterday and she Is fall of wator. The\;uUyhunk life saving crew took off all of tne crew, except the mate, last night The latter, In the abeenoe of tne oaptalo who Cad gone to Vineyard Haven for assistance, stayed by the wreok and bis position this morning was con sidered very perilous. DAVKNPOKT BKKAKINU UP. Vineyard Haven, Mass., January 31.— Tug Storm King returned this evening from Nashawena Bland and reported that schooner Utorge P. Davenport was fast breaking up by the heavy sea. Her decks had been washed out and wreckage 1# strewn along the shore of the Island. The tug brings the addition al news of the great bravery shown by the crew at the Cuttybuuk Ufe faring station In resnnelng the crew of the schooner In th'-lr surf beat lett night The men were Dually landed at Cutty* hnnfc Island after four hours of hard pulling against the fierce southwest gale and terrible sea which threatened eaoh moment to swamp the surfboat with all hands The nra'e of the schooner, who refuted to leave the vessel last night,was taktn off this morning by means of the breeches buoy. The captain and entire crew of ten men were brought hers on the Storm King tonight. SCHOONBli NKKDS ASSISTANCE. Vineyard listen, January 21.—The schooner George Nevlnger, Captain Hulleck, of and from Bangor, for New York, with a cargo of lumber,Is anchored on xsaniunsei enonis, wun uw iubiumiui and jib blown away. She Is badly Iced up and a flag has been eat In her rlgtflng lor assistance. A SHORE ON THIMBLE ISLAND. Boothbay Harbor, January 21.—Toe * schooner Morris and Cliff ol Dockland, bound from Boston for Dockland, light, ran ashore on Thimble Island, while en tering the harbor last night. She was pulled off by tugs this morning and pro ceeded. Toe schooner lost part of her keel ana sustained other damages of a minor natnre. ^ BATH GETS A SHIP. Wash lc it on, January 21.—The navy depax(mint has cut out from the specill catlr.ns for the new' battleships Items ag gregating In value $80,000. It also has considerably reduoed the fund reserved for superintendents, Inspectors and cop pering. Therefore today Secretary Long was able to offer to the lowest bidders the Newport News and Bath corporations, the sum of $3,5VO,UUO each for the con struction of one sheathed battleship. Judge Pay son, representing the two eompantos, has accepted the offer and nothing remains to be dene bet to pre pare and s'gn the contract. 8ALLOW DROWNED. St John, N. B., January 21.—Word was rtcd lved tonight that Percy Flagg, aged 21, seaman in the schooner Stephen Bennett, was knocked overboard and drowned cn the night of January 18 on the voyage from St. John to New York The schooner pnt Into New London, Conn., und word was sent here by the captain. Flagg belonged to North Head, Grand Manan Hon It Gore lu Chicago. During the present cokl and grip season one hundred and fifty-one thousand and two hundred boxes ol Laxative firomo-Quinine have been purchased by the following whole sale drug houses of Chicago: Morrison, Plummer A Co., Fuller A Fuller, Lord, Owen & Co.. IIinniston, Keeling & Co., llobert Stev •uson & Co., and Peter Van Shank & Sons. FIMMMmCMUKKfM Quotation* of Staple Products iu tin leadiuf Markets. M« * tnrk Stork, NoBOf onH «r«ll Olarkot RotUw New York, January ai.—The complefe recovery of the shook market from th« rather alarming weakness sbown during me early hours of the trading thU morn ing was an astonishing dsmonstratlon ol recuperative fjrcs. The speculative liquidation at the opening was so violent as to give an appearance of semi-demoral isation In tne mar kit and tbe selling waa evidently forord by the wiping out ol margins and tbe uncovering of stop-ton orders. Yet before tbe day closed the gsneral level of prloes had risen above •Saturday and tbe last hoar of tbe market showed an nrgent and confident buying movement In foroo. The early weakneei was the logical sequence of the courses)! the market last week and the general ap prehension that a further reaction wai Inevitable. In a market In whlob extensive long accounts exist this means that brokers, In order to protect themselves, call rot additional seourlty rrom their oustomen for the extension of margins. The oonse quenoe always Is an unwillingness or an inability on the part of many persons t» supply further margins and an order tc sell their holdings either to take what nrotlu are left or to save losses. The pro ftsdonal bear operators are able to judge pretty shrewdly of tbe probable volume of such orders. This purel/ technical In tloence In the market was relnforoed this morning by the feeling of depression CUXUUIUU l>3 »IJ bUH BliUIIMOB --— the world, over the approaching death of Queen Vlotorla. The death of the Queen la not likely to have a direst influence on values of securities, either hero or abroad, liut the naturally conservative nature of capital la always apprehensive over a change in the older ol things, and ex pressed iteelf by the selling of securities. The closing was firm ami at about the best prices of the day. Further exports of gold are generally expected this week, bnt the available funds are so abundant as to give oonlldenoe in continued eaee of money. Kallroad bonds were easier un til the large demand developed for Wabash debentures when they baoarae Ir regular. Total sales, par value, 15,405,000. U. 8. refunding il l advanced 1-8 per cjot on the list oall. NRW r«»KK. Jan 21 Monev oh call closed steady 2«2V% per cent ast loan 2 Vk ; ruling rate —. I'riuiA inercamd* paoer 3*H <*4Mi per cent Merlin* Exchange firm, with actual Du»i D»»4 in bankers buls 4 87 s s*4 e7*/s for de uiaud and 4 83M®4 83%ior sixty daysuxieUd rates 4 84.4 84 Vj and 4 88 commercial bills 4 8**4 ■§» 8**4 Hhi Elite 63Mi Silver ceruticaie* 64*4^6Mi Mexican dollar- 49. Governments firmer, itadroad bonds irregular. Bides. The followmr quotations represent ui- i>av in; prices in this market: Cow and steers..6 4 ^ & \f> rolls and sines.4Mi Calf 8kms— ho l quality. 8j hoi *' ...« *» „ No 3 *•.25c each Krtall €4racers’ Sugar Market. Portland mancet—cut loat 8:: eoufecttmiert i ; powdered 7!%e: granulated at «•; voile* i u*ii«d ttVfcc ;yellow Ox Kiporlt . LIVERPOOL. ENG. Steamship Tun sl»n— 8roo bush bat!*- 128.087 do wheat 160 sacks peas 1876 do oatmeal 343- box s meats 849 cs canned goods 2G1 boxes clieeie 16,777 bbls of apples 22 7 bills 630 po oil cake 326 pk leather 1 r*»; ory ns 228 -s matrasses 77o do splints I le do suudries 1 desk l « oop tu kevs 1600 sacks hour 0650 pk lard 536 bales cotton. rorllaud VVliulna e lUarke*. PORTLTNn. Jan. 21. Wheat was 1®1Mic lUgher today on small world's shipments, higher cables and a strong t.iMl muuuiuii. i h'ui la iiuioi, .’ii.iiisi and unchanged. Corn very firm. Lard steady and firm, with l’ork father easy in tone. Sugar about steady. Linseed oil firm and lc higher. 8ced4 tending upward. . llie lollowiug quorauonsrepre^eul uua w.ioie •ate prices iw the market; Float -unerflue and low graues.2 75 «3 00 Spring \N beat Bakers.3 75 44 26 Spring Wheat patents.4 66 a.4 85 Mien, and SLi.omsst. toiler.4 2o*4 35 Mich, ana nt. Louisi clear.4 lorn 20 W inter Wheat patent*...4 4ou4 66 Coru nod Fee 1. torn, cur lots... 47V*h48 Coru.bag lots. <*60 Meal, bag lots. 00*48 Lists. car lots. 33Vs* Uuts. ban tots. C»o a 30 ( ottoii Deed. car lout,.00 <x><26 60 Lotion Seed, bag lots.00 00*27 00 Sacked Bran, car lots.18 00^19 00 Sacked Bran, bag lots.00 00*19 00 Middling, car lots.18 O0a3000 Middling, bag, lots...19 0***20 50 Mixeu feeu.18 5o*2O00 Dry Kith ami Macknt l. Cod, large Shore. 4 50 a5 Oo Medium shore fish. a3 76 Pollock. 2 50^3 76 Haddock. 3 00 Hake. 2 75 Herring, per box, sealed. 14*18 Mackerel, shore is. (£2000 Mackerel, shore 2s..... *$10 Large 13*. £$14 kiKHr, Colfo*. lea. Moiattsi.ltaia at, - v.gar—Standard granulatea. 5 69 Sugar— Lr.tr a Una granulated.... 6 69 sugar—Lxtra C. 6 30 i oOee—1110. roasted. 13 f<tltf Coffee—Java and Mocha. 27*30 Teas— 4moys.... 2oft86 I eas—Congous... 27*60 Teas—Japan. 35*40 Teas—Formosa... 86*65 Molasses—Porto Kteo. 86*40 Molasses— Barbadoes........... 32*35 Molasses—common. 20 a 25 New lUtjsins, 2 crown..176,£2O0 do 3 erown...2000,225 do 4 crown. 2 25*2 60 Raisins. I oo?e Muscatel. 7*4 48 Vi Fork. Beet l.arJ sud l*oa«|r?. Pork—Heavy, clear.18 00 backs.... ..17 00 Pork—Medium.16 00* 16 50 Beef—hear*.10 76*11 26 Beer—light. 10 00*10 50 Boneless, nail bbls . m 6 00 Lara—tes ana nauhbi. cure.... 8rs38V4 Lard—tes Slid nail bbLcom.... 6>/%*6Mi Lard—Pans pure. 9:ls Jtb^s Lard—Pails, com no uua. 7 ‘4 *74* Lard—Pure, leal... 10 &10'4 Chickens. I3«p 14 Kowl. ■» 12 Tturkeve. 12.314 Hams. 112611 Vi Shoulders... .«««.••• 8 Vi Predae*. I PfMS. Ptt. 9 45 <49 55 Beans. Ca 1 fornIs Pas. 8 36 43 46 Beans. Yellow Eyes.. 9 76 *9 nr> Beans.-Red Kidney... 43 76 Native Onions. Mm. 3 cm* 3 25 Cran berries. Cape Cod... I OMiOOO Potatoes, bush. 70*76 1 Sweet potatoes, jersey . Mf 60 Sweet Eastern Shore. #3 »* Ebbs. Eastern freau.. # •* Fen. Western tresn...........• 61 24 ebbs, neta... Ijj Butter, Fancy Creamer. m *6 Butter. Vermont . 3J Cheeee. h. York sad Vermt .. 1» Cheese, sage . *.t >4 #14% mu. Apples. Baldwins.«•..«••»*•• 60 K i nrs .eOOO#3 00 Lemons. 00*8 60 Oranges... 8 60*3 60 Oils. Tnrpentlae wed Cowl. Raw Ltnsee 1 OH. 6SA69 "oiled Linseed o<1. «0 6 Turpentine... ;«6#66 i.igonte and Centennial oil bbL. #11 *4 Helmed 1st Petroleum, 190...... 11% Pratt's Astral.i 11% Haif hbts. le extra Cumberland, coal. flf4 *6 Store and furnace coal, retail... « « 60 Franklin .. 7 60 Pea coal, retail. 6 60 Ursm Qwotwciewe. CHICAGO BOA HO oF TRAD C Saturday's quotations. WUVC AT Guenint. C losing May.74% 74% COBS May. 386b »8% otra May. 26*4 26% VH1AT. Closing. t’loelne. * Mondar. Friday. Jan. 79% 71% Feb. 72% 72 May. 76% 744s COBB. Jan. 37 34% Feb.......37*4 «*% May...*. 80 38% OATS Jan... 24 ?3% Max. 26% 95% roan .. 13 77% 1406 May. 13 92% 14 17% LAK1>. Jan. 7 32% 7 40 May. 7 42% 7 60 Aina Jan. 7 92% 7 05 Portland Dally Press Stock (^vocations Corrected by 3wan A Barrett. Binkers. 184 Middle street. STOCK* Description. Par Value Bid. Asked Canal National Bank.too 100 102 Casoo National Bank.loo 110 112 itunoerland National Bank. 100 100 101 chapman National Bank.lOO 100 101 Ktisi National Bank .loo lOO 102 Merchants* National Bank — 7t» 101 102 National Trader*’ Bank.100 100 102 Portland National Bank.... 100 109 ilo Portland Trust Co.100 145 140 Portland Gas Company. 6o 85 90 Portland Water Co.loo lio 112 Portland St. Railroad Co. 100 160 16o Maine Central R’y. 100 *«0 170 Portland A Ogdeusburg K. R. 100 60 61 BONDS. Portland 6s. 1907.117 ll*» Portland 4s. 1902—1012 Funding.. 101 108 Portland 4s. 1918. Funding.104 104 Bangor 6s. 1905.1 Water.112 114 Bath 4%s. 1907, Municloal....101 108 Bath 4s. 1921. Refunding.101 108 Belfast 4s.liunlciDall918...110 118 < alAis 4* 1901—1911 Refunding ...100 102 lAwlstonOs,* 1901. MunioiDai .101 102 cewistcaaa. 1913. Municipal •• ....105 107 Maeo 4s. 1901. Municipal.100 102 Maine Central K K7s.19l2.oona.mtg 135 137 * -4%S” “ - 108 »10 * • • 4t cons, mtg + .. 106 106 * “ •* *hs, 19<)0.extail*an. 101 102 Portland A Oga'g g6s.l900. 1st miglOO 101 Portland Water Co's 4s. 1927 ... 1»7 109 Ilostou Slock 1.1st. Sales of stocks at the Stock exchange; bid. Atchison... 43 Bostons Maine. 194 do piu 170 Central Massaonusetta... 16 do pfd. 62 Maine Central. 160 Union Pacific . 80% V nlonJPacinc ptd.. • .. 82 American Tel. and Tel.167 Mexican Central 4s. 7H American Sugar .133 Vs American sugar pm.. . .llt>% Ntw lurk Usoutios* of Slnoki sal Bond (By Telegraph.) The following are tue olosm? quotations of Bone dan. 19. Jan. 21. New 4a. res.130% i8«% New «s. noup.....*37 % 187% New eareu.113% l»:t% New 4s. coud.223% 113% Denver a it u. 1st.. arie gen. «e. 83 82% Mo. Kan.•* lex. 2d*. 76% 77% Kansan A Pacific consols. .... Oregon Nav.iai.118 110 Texas Pacific L. G. Isis ... . 115% 115% do reg. 2ds .. 90 Uulou Pacific lsts . 105% Quotations of stocks— Jan 19. Jan. 21. Atchison. 43% >3% AtCDUOD Mu... 83 83 Vs ( eutrai Pacino. Che*.a imio... . 37% 37% Chicago. Bur. A umnor.141% 141% Dei. a nud. canal Co.160 U0% DeL l ack. A West.293 192 Denver a n. u. 29% 3«* arie. new. 27 27% Kite is .. 6.% 61% i iiinoi* 1 /eutrai.129% 130% luxe mi ore..I... .*210% 210% Louis A Nasn. 8 7 87% Manualvau Ktovatnu..112 113 . Mexican central ..12% 13% i Micnurau central. .. Minn. A St. Lotus.— ... 67% 66 | Minn, a pc corns uia.106 106 Missouri raaiQc.... 85% 9G new .terser central.162 I62xd Now York central.140 141% Nortnem raoiue com. 8o% 30 Nortnern racifio old. 86% 86% fiortn wee ... 168 % do Did. Unu A West... 20 29% .... 30% 30% kocx istauu.119*4 1I851 ..14« 14014 sc raui dig...188 188 SL raui <t omana...132 130 m. ram A uiuana Dia. Texas raeme. 2«ia 27% Lmon racuie Die. 81% 82 Vs .. 11% 13% WaDaSD DIG. 26% 28% Boston A Maine...... 191 194 New t orx ana .now Hue. Dl.. Old Colour.207 208 Adam* Express.*48 148 Americau Express.173 172 U. 8. Express.... 66 64 People 14 as.. 97 97% racine Man.. 40 40 Pullman raace. 196 195 8uear. common..132% J83% Western union. 81% 83 aoutneiii t:v PIC. nrooklvn ttaoM transit. 76% 77 1 cderai scaei «otmnon. 4«% 4«% ;aouta... 69% 68 American cooacco.....111% 112% ’ ,\ao Did..136 136 Metropolitan street tt R....-I5954 160V» Tenn. coui!a iron. fiG 66% U. 8. KllODer. 21 21% Contiuent looacco. 41% 42% tt.Mon BOSTON. Jan. 21 9oi -Tne lollmring were today's quotations 01 riour aim v orn FLOUR. Huring -1 4 26 6 26 Winter patents 4 00a4 65. Clear tuu suaixuk 8 00 4 16 Corn—steamer yellow 46%o. Ch!c«|0 Cattle Market. a. »e.«'ra CHICAGO. Jan. 21. 1901.—Cattle — receipts l'.'.CKJc." Including 00 Western and Ou lexans: good to prime steers t 6 30 4,6 10; poor to me dium at 3 604*6 o; stockers and leaders firm 2 76g,4 60; Texas fed steers * 0044 75; Texas grass do 3 30 4 00. Hogs—receipts 27.000; mixed and butchers at 5 166 45; good to cliotce heary 6 30 »6 4H% ; rouah and heavy 5 16.0,6 26: baht 6 logo 40; bulk of sales —. Sneep—receipts 21.000; good to choice weth ers 3 76 a4 55 : fair to choice inixad at 3 4<>,® 3 80; Western sheep 3 75*4 no; Texas sheep 2 6 *3 50: native lambs 4 25j£6 60; western do 5 00 5 60. IMiaHW N.rltti iB» l,l«xrapb. •Tan. 11. 1 *01. NKW YOU*—Th. Flour B.ra.v—receipt, *n.fO> Mti,: eiporm 14.620 bbi». uica v.100 pcnga; trifle steadier In tone hut no hgher. dull. Flour-Winter Die 9 66«4 00»winter straight* 3 4<>a3 60; Minne-Mua patents 4 oo*4 36; win let extras 2 60<3W 90: Minnesota bakers »uo« 9 36; do tow trades 2 4**3 8c. Rye steady. Wheat reeerots 179,800 traa tex ports ' 10,317 buss sales 3,786.000 bush futures. 344,000 bus nfoti spot Arm; No 2 Red at 8oHc t o o anoat; No 9 Ren at 7/H elev; No It Northern Duluth at 80He fob afloat. Corn— receipts 242.776 buan: exports 38,417 bush: sales 76.000 bush futures, 10,000 bush spot; spot steady; No 2 at 47 H elev and 47c f o. b. afloat. Oats—receipts 13.800 busht exports 10,000 bus; spot dull; No 2 atBOHe; No 9 at 30:No 2 white at 82v*e: No 9 white at S2e. trace mixed Western at 3tx«(31 He; traex white Western at 81 H ft36c. 0 Heet steady; family at 11 0O£*l 2; mess $»$ 9 60. Cut meats steady ;p ekle bellies 7 V. t£8H ; do shoulders 5H «&H : do hams 8H B9H. Lard dull;Western steamed at 7 70-.refined Is steady: couilneut at 7 85 £8 A 8 661 compound Fork steads: mess at 13 76ft]4 fit family at 16 00*16 76: shot clear 14 50JI17 00. nutter steady i creameries to*; 3oj do facto ry ll *14c: .tune orm 16* 20c; state dalrv 14 *2lc. (heesofirm: fancy targe fall made at 11H® I ilH; do small ft Kirgs barely steady; tune and t'enn at 22.* 23c: Western average —e;Western loss off -c. auger—raw steady ; fair rennihg 3 13-16; Cen trifugal 96 test 4 616c; Molasses sugar 3Hc; refined quiet. CHICAGO—Cash auotalons:5 Flour dull. Wneat—>xo2 soring - c: No 3 do 66^728; No 2 Bet: at 76c. corn—No 3 at37»*®H7Hc: No 2 yolow 37H 5.37HC. B'toU-No2 at 24H •26c; No 2 white 27«27%C; Nog white at 20H«27c; No 3 Rve at 60a57Ho: fair lo cnoioe (malting Barley at 60p#6*C: No 1 Flax seed at 1 70;No 1 N W;Flaxseed at 1 71; prime Timothy seed at 4 00; Mess Fork at 13 904 14 O; Lard at 7 07H®7 10; sbort/fbs sides at 7 OUA7 20: dry salted shoulders 6H&6H; short eiear sides at 7 36417 H6. Butter quiet—creamery 14J(20H i dairies at 11 HtftlSC. Cheese dull st lOHTZUHe. Ken nulet -fresh 19o. Flour—receipts 28.000 bbls: wheat 70.000 bush; oom 397.000 bush: oats 339.000 bush; rye 7.oOo busn: barlev 99.<KK» busn. Bhipments— Flour 2i)-OO0 bbis wheat 26.000 bush; corn 164,000 busn; oats 248.000 bush rve 2000 busn; barley 10,"OO busn. DETROIT—Wheat quoted at 79c for oath Wuite, and Red ; May 81H. TOLKIX)—Wheat quiet; cash and Jan 77Hc; M*v at fitlr • .lilt* 7(k> i oitua Hui k«u. (By Telegraph.) Jan. 21. New YORK—The Cotton market to-nav was dull, 1-16c lower; middling uplands 10 1-16c; do gulf at 10 3-ldc; sales 10(H) bales. GA I V KSTON—The l otion maraet closed steady; middlings 9Vfcc. CHARLESTON—The Cotton market to-day firm; middlings 9*sc. MKM I’ll IS—The Cotton market to-day eloeed steady ; middlings DVfcc. NEW OR LEANS—The Cotton market closed steady; n iau lings 9 9-16c. MOBILE—Cottou umrket Is (dull; middling ;t SAVANNAH—The Cotton market closed steaov; middling 9*'se. I nropenn Market* (lty Telegraph.) "LIVERPOOL. Dec. 31. 1901.—The Cotton market steady; spot 6 17-324; sales 8.000 bales. LONDON. Jan. 21. 1901—consols for money 9«*a : do for the account 96Vs. BAILING DAYS OP OCKAN STKANKRS rROM 'OR Wordsworth ...New York. Rio Janeiro Jan 20 Talisman.New York. .Demurura...Jau 22 Hubert.New York. . Para .Jan 23 Friesland .... New York. .Antwerp.Iau 23 Maiestt#.New York. .Liverpool... Jsn 23 ( amoroman — Portland... Liverpool ...Jan 23 Hubert.New York. . Para.Jan 23 Aquitaine.New York. .Havre.Jan 24 Catania.New Yojk. .Santos.Jsn 25 Eastern Prince New York. .Santos.Ian 25 Carrcas.New York. .Lnguayra.. .Jan 26 Orcadian.Portland ... Liverpool.. .Jan 26 Minuehaha— New York. .London.Jan 26 Campania.... New York. .Liverpool ...Jan 26 Ethiopia.New York. .Glasgow... .Jan 26 Iberian.New York. . Liverpool... Jsn 26 Patricia.New York. . Hamburg .. .Dec 26 Kaiser W de G New York. . Bremen ....Jan 26 Rotterdam.... New Y’ork.. Rotterdam. .Jan 28 Lahn.New York.. Bremen.Jan 29 Spartan Prince.New York. . Naples .Jan 28 Yitderland — New York. . Antwerp.. . ..Jsn 30 Oceanic.New York.. Liverpool.. ..Ian 30 New England..Boston.Liverpool . .Jan 3*» Roman.Portland. .. Liverpool.Ian 30 Gascogne.New York. .Havre Jan 31 HUdur.New York. .Curacoa ....Keb 2 Filer.New York. . Demarara ...Feb 2 Kaftlr Prince.. New York. Ro-arlo.Keb 2 Hevellus -New York. .PernambucoFeb 5 Vancouver —Portland . . . Liverpool. ..Kb 2 Numidiau.PorGand.. . Liverpool. .. Feb 2 Anchor!*.Now York. . Glasgow — Feo 2 Mesaba.New York. . London Feb 2 Laurentlau.New York .. Glasgow ...Feb 2 Etruria.New York. . Liverpool... Keb a Amsterdam ... New York.. Rotterdam.. Keb 2 G VValdersee ..New York. .Hamburg_Feb 2 New York.New York..Southampton Feb « Weeternland . .New vork. .Antwerp .... eb 6 Teutonic.New Y'prk. . Liverpool...MKeb a Bretagne ..New York. . Havre.Fee 7 Corinthian ...Portland.. .Liverpool. . .Feb 9 Minneapolis.... New York. . London... Feb 9 Luoaula.New York. .Liverpool. ..Feb 9 Htateudam.New York.. Rotterdam Feb 9 Westphalia •.. Portland. . . Hamburg .. Feb 11 biixiai'intk Ai.Mnn .jan. 22. SISmu. . 44S ,,l*n 'TV'ortia is Length of days.. 0 38«Moon sets. 7 34 MARINE NTE\\> r O ■ r OF PORTLAND. MONDAY. Jan 21, 1901. Arrl.M. Steamer Maverick, Fenlon, Bayone, with oil to Ssnii'lard Oil Co. Sleemer St Croix. Pike, Boston for Eastport and ht Johr. NB. Sell Henry P Mason, Frost, Savannah, with £00.000 ft hard pin * to Richardson. Dana & Co. Sch Ralph M Hayward. Kruni, Philadelphia— , Soli Abby Ingalls. New York Sell Modoc. Smith. New York. Sch Romeo. New York for Si John. NB. with mekfbonm broken and rudder head twtsten. Son li H Chamberlain. Barren Island— fertili zer to order. Sch Francis Goodnow, Boston. Sch Robt Petti*, Perkin*. Boston, Sch l.anr i T Chester, Stevens Boston. geh Nil Desperaminm. lleadi, Boston. Sch Lillian, Grindle, Boston. Sch 8t Anthony, Parrsboro, NS, for Vineyard Haven. Sch .Marion. Fin Island. N8. for Norwalk. Soil Jessie D. St John, NB. for Boston. Sch Elizabeth M Cook, Util, Calais for New York. Sch Julia & Martha, Martin, Calais for New Sch Nellie Eaton, C«lai» lor New York. Sch Lizzie D Small, Cal tis for New York. Sch Jessie Hart, ir, Calais for Nevr-York. Sch Ella M Doughty, shore fishing. Cleared. Steamer Cambroman, (Bn Jones, Liverpool— D Torrance & Co. Steamer Iona, (Br) Cummings. London— R Refoi d & Co. Steamer Camperdown. Campbell. Philadel phia—Chase Leavitt * Co. Sob C M Walton. Rice. Steuben—J H Blake. SAILED-Steamer Camperdown. RK'HANO K DISPATCH KA Ar at Liverpool 21st, steamer Ottoman, from Portland. Passed Kinsatc 21»t, steamer Dominion, from Portland via Halifax for Uverpool. Ar at BrDU'l 21st. steamer Degarna, Portland Passed isle of Wight 21st, sieamrr Dt-roua, from Portland for Londou. Meuioruuda. Viu yard Haven, Jan 21—Sch <ico P Daven port. from Norfolk for Boston, [ashore at Nasb aweiia Island.1 Is i oiling bard and will proba bly go to pieces. The orew have been taken ashore. Sch Senator Grimes. Hooper, of and from Calais for Hnnllntion, LI. was towed into Vine yard-Haveu 2“th by tug Sea King. She was 'truck by a violent gale near cross Rips, aud lost mainsail hu<I mainboom, and spilt foresail; also lost anebor an t 20 fathoms elialn. The vesset is a complete Iliads of lee. Sch Daylight, iroui Stoiiiugtoa lor New York, wttn granite, arrived at Vineyard-Have* 20tl with loss of starboard anchor and 16 fathom chain, and mizzen gaff broken, fib# It weigh* down with ice. Sch Geo Nevtnger, from Buck snort for Nev York, was towed into Vineyard-Haven *Otl Will loesof matnaall and lib. Hoothbay Harbor, .Ian 21—Sch lferrls ft Cliff from Boston tor It-ok land. struck on Tblmbh Is and last night and came off with losa of par of ke«». Hlie proceeded to-day Hyarnt*. .Ian 21 -Bek T W Allen, from Cata'i for V ineyani flsvcn, which anchored off Haai River 2t>th. parted both chains ana went asnor< uear the Light. Is leaklug. _ ^ C ailism, Jan 20— Sch Lizzie Cochran. Kent from < alaU Iter New Bedford, with lumber. ha< a terrible tlate off here Inst night daring it* freezing gale. The foresa.l and malasall wen Mown away, and the vessel badly teed over The crew had great difficulty In making an an chornge. Hoots?Mr Port*. NEW YORK-Ar 20th. sch Lavlnta Campbell Portsmouth for Jfcswport News; Celia P, Lord Norwich. _ . Ar 21st. steamer Manhattan. Portland. Cltv Islaml-Passed 20th, schs M II Reed and Stony Brook, New York for Rockland; An me K fowts, do lor Boston. t ^ -- BOSTON—Ar it*h. tug Tamaoua with bargi Mai Ion, from Portland lor Philadelphia. Hid l wth, barque A Elide, for Buenos Ayres schs Henry LIppetL Hlerra l^oos; OI) With ell, for ltockport and Baltimore; Wm Duron Eastport. Ar 2lst, tug l.chtgh. with barges Bee. Brad Diamond, and Brooklyn, all Iron* Perth Ainbo] for Portland: schs Thelma, and four* M LUnt Brunswick: Wei fleet. Apalachicola; Maggie f Hart, New Orleans; Henry O Barrett, BaIII more. BRUNSWICK — CM IBtli. *ch Viking, foi New York. Hid 1 SHli, soil Frank W Howe, Boston. Ar 20th, schs lassie F Bronson, Bennett, fn Naw York; Sagamore. Hanford. Norfolk. HALTIMORE—Hid l»th. ach Harouel Dllla " HOOTHBAY. Jan 20—Ar. schs Ella Pressey Portland for Thomas ton; Eastern Ught, do ioi Machlts: Wm Keene, do for do. CHARLESTON—Ar 20th, ?«h Warner Moore Crockett, New York. CAPE HENRY—Passed Id 20th. sch Henry f Little. Bath for Baltimore. CHATHAM-Passed 30«b, barque Boy!ston for Bos on. In tow: sch Heury O Barrett. NEWPORT NEWS—At l»tb. sch Eleanor A Percv. Jewett, liamptou Roads. NORFOLK—Af*201b. schs Eduard Smith Sear?, and Cbas II Trlckey, —. Hid 2 th, schs Anna Murray, for Poitlund Wm Cobb, for New York. Hid 21st, seb Wm Cobb, for Portland. NEW LONDON-Ar 21st. schs Lena White, Rockland for New York . Addle Schlaffer. and M H Reed, tm New York for Itocklaad; Htonj Brook, do for do; Lugano. Perth Amboy foi Kennebunkport; B L Eaton, fm New York fot PASCAGOULA—Ar 20tb. sch L T Whitmore, Birch, Mobile; Wm .1 Lermood, If upper. New Orleans. PHILADELPHIA—Ar 20th. tug Valley Forge with barges Heury Ogy, Kalmia. and Faxinoa, from i ortiand. Cld 10th, sch Johu W Dana. Foasett, for Mam znnllla. Ar 20th, sclis Nst T Palmer, Kroger, Portland via Hat:mton Hoads: .1 Frank Heaver. Kelley. Wilmington. Del. PORT HEADING—Ar 19th. schs A Heaton, White. New York. PORTSMOUTH-Sailed 2lsLsclis Kolon.fra Salem for Addison; K H Kins, Boston lor East port; Telegraph, Boston for Rockland; Lillian, do for do ; Francis .Shubert. Port Jonuson for Rocklaud; Francis Goodenow. Boston for Sion Burton; Modoc, Port Reading for Bath; l.aura T Chester. Boston for Portland ; Robert Pettis, and Nil Desperandum. for Portlands SAN JUAN—wAr 18th, seh Herbert E, Shuts, New York. SAVANNAH-Ar 19th. sch John K Souther, Poole. Havana. Ta( UMA-Ar 20th, ship Standard, Gelchell, Honolulu; Johu C Potter, do. Sid lbtn. barque Carolton, Hayes. Honolulu. VINEYARD-HAVEN- Ar 20th, schs Sena tor Grimes. Calais for Huntington. LI Dsj lt.ht, Stonlngtou for New York, (see Mem.) Sid 2oth. *chs Hattie E Kiug, and C H Flint VINKYAKD-liAVKN-Ar 21s|, sch Levi S Andrews, from Carrabelle for Bostou.^to pro ceed lu tow. Ar 21st. Schs Georgletta. Frank G Rich. Oro zimbo, Aunts Gus. ami ThosSBordeu. from New Y’ork. bound east; Ernest T Lee, New York for Buck sport Eighteen Ocean tugs, with 44 barges, bound rant and west, are harbored here to-night. Washington, do— uid luth. sen Ida l Ray, Anderson, Norfolk, Forclgu Porta Ar at Queeustowu 2(>th. steamer Servia. from New York for Liverpool, and proceeded. Sid fin Queenstown 20th. steamer Etruria, from Liverpool for New York. Passed Flatholm Island 20th. steamer Dega ins, from Portland for Bristol. Spoken. Jan 19. off Charleston bar, sch Isaac T Camp bell, from Philadelphia for bavamian. UNITED STATES STEEL CO.. Trf.a.hl'rer’s Offick,) Boston. January 9th, 1901. 1 The regular quarterly dividend of 3 in*r cent has lH*en declared payable on Monday, Jan. 28th. 1901, to stock holders of reeortl at close of transfer books January 23d, 1901. Books will re-opeu January 29th. . CHARLES S. MILLER, janlld2w Treasurer. KAIMIOAUS. Portland dr Yaruioelh Kleetrlc Ky. Co. For East Deering, Falmouth and Yarmouth 6.45 a. m. hourly till 12.45p. m.. haTT-hnurlv tlllO.45 p. iu.. hourly till 10.43 p. m. Leave Yarmouth tor Portland 5.49 a. m. hourly till 12.49 p. at, half hourlv till 0.40, 7 40. 8.4o. 9.40 p. m. Sundays for Underwood at 8.15 hourly till 11.15, 11.45 a. in., 12.45. half nourly till 0.15, 7.45,8 45.9.45 p.m. For Yarmouth 8.15, 9.15, 10.15, 11.15 a. in., 18.104.22.168. 2.15. 3.15, half hourly till 5.16, o. 15, 7.45, 8.45, 9.45 p. m. Leave Yar mouth 1 hour 5 minutes earlier. Hath in lire and to Ddint for the true brotherhood of man. FOX STUDIO, 47* I-'! Congrek* Portland. Drawing. Painting and Modelling in Clay, OPENED NOV. 5, 1900. TKAC HKH9—Charles L* F«i, Carrie I. Knstiunu, Curtis A. I'frry. Herbert A. Illchardsuu. $10 a month day class, 2$ per week evening class. Full particulars furnished on applica tion. Jauj.H.TuScTh2in STEPHEN BERRY, M, Jon ail Carl Printer NO. 37 PLUM STBKKT. "every woman Sometime* need* a reliable monthly regulating medicine. DR. PEAL’S PENNYROYAL piLLS, A re prompt, safo and certain In result. The genu ine (Dr. Peal's) nerer disappoint. 81 (0 per box. For talo by C, H. GUPPY * CO.. Portland Mntne. iu.1 bill. Hiss H. E. Lamb wishes to announce the agency of the high grade MILLER PIANO One of the best and nnat musical pianos on the market. Rooms at 333 Congress Street, open day ami evening. jan2ldlw COPARTNERSHIP. This day a copartnership has been formed be tween Wm. F. Bennett and Raymond F. Ben nett, under the firm name, W. F. Beunett A Son, to continue the Wharf and Bridge Build lug Business heretofore carried ou by W. F Beunett A Co. January 11,1901. W. F. BKNNKTT A SON janlSdiw* ITKANKRA ALLAN LINE PORTUND TO LIVERPOOL Calling at Movllle. i From From , Liverpool. _ Steamer. Portland. » 15 Dee.N timid lan.2 Jan. JO Dec.Corinthian .5 Jan. 3Jau... c. Tunisian.19 Jan. 10 Jan. •Ooeadtan.25 Jan. 19 Jan.Nitmidian.t» Feb. • Dow not carry passengers. II4TES OF IMSS4CL. CABIN—‘$60.00 and upward*. A re fuctton of 10 per cent N allowed un return tickets ex cept on lowest rates. bKi on i> Cabin-To Liverpool. London or L>mioadrrry—$35.00 to $40. uO. 1 St* r. kao K—Liverpool, Loudon. Clasgow. Belfast, Londonderry or Queenstown, $25 00 an* • 8.9». Prepaid eertlflcrafe* i'W.ao. j Children under 12 years, half f vre. Itatee to or from otner points on application to T. P. NcOUWABf, 420 C«agr«M At., PsrtlaaA, Ma Fnalra Itankip Ac.a.r, ” *. rir.t l4.ll...I H..A fi.IIAi.il, p.r*. lui, M.l... II. A. All.u, i lum. ll.TJdtf Fortland & Boothbay Steamboat Co. STKANKIt KJITKHPHI8R leaves Ea«t Boothbay at 7 a..in. Monday, Wednesday and Friday for Portland, touching at So. Bristol. Heron Island, Boothbay Harbor ami Squirrel Island. Returning, leave Franklin Wharf. Portland, at 7 a. m. Tiwsday, Thursday and Saturday for Squirrel IslandiBoothbay Harbor, Heron Island, So. Bristol and Fast Boothbay. angl'dtf ALFRED RACK, Manager. BOSTON and PHILADELPHIA. TKI-WKEIil.Y SAILINGS. From Boston Tuesday, Tnursday, Saturday. ' Frcm Philadelphia. Moniay. Wednesday «nd Friday. From Central Wharf. Boston. 3 p. m From Flue street Wharf. PhlUdelpbia. at J p. m. Iu •uraoci effected at ofUce. Freights for lb ' West by the Penn. K. R. and South forwarded by connecting line*. Passage $1 LOO. * Round Trip $18 00 Meals and room Included. For freight or passage apply to F. F. WING, Agent. Central Wharf. Boston. K. B. Sampson, Treasurer and General Man ager. 89 State St, Flske Building, Boston, Mass. octMdtf_ HAMBURG - AMERICAN LINE. Regular Sailings Between lUORIIUi and PORTLAND (Germany.) (Maine.) FROM FROM II AM III HO NEXT SAILINGS. PORTLAND -——, 8. 8. “Lady Armstrong.” I 16th Jan. 15th Jan. I S. S. * Westphalia.” 12th Feh. -| ij. a. “Granarta.” 127th Feb. And regularly thereafter. Through rates to and from all Inland points. For further particulars apply to Hanihurt' American Packet Co., Flhnf.km, Withy & Co., Limited Agents PORTLAND, MAI1UC. dec 18.13m Cisco BAY STEAMBOAT CO. Custom House Wharf, Portland, Me. \YKKK HAY TMIK IARLK. la K fleet Dee. 31. im For Forest City Lsiiiliut, Peaks Is Inn«i, 5.<0. 6.46,8.00 a m.. 1.15. 6.15 p. m. For lAttlranU Ureat Diamond Islands, • ml Trrfrtlints IduidiiiK*, Peaks Isl and, f .45, 8.00. a. m.. 2.15. p. m. For Peace's LsiuIIsk, Lonf Islaud, 8JM, a. m.. 2.1$ ^ goI)jNq^ General Manager. ItOY30tf DOMINION LINE. Portland to Liverpool. Steamer. From Portland. 2 p. in. Cambroman, Tuesday. Jan. 22nd •Roman, Wednesday. Jan. :»tli Vancourer, Saturday. Feb. 2d •Ottoman Wednesday, Feb. lath Dominion. Saturday, Feb. lfith, Cambroman. Wednesday. Feb. 27th • “S. S. Roman and S. S. Ottoman'', freight boats. Boston to Li erpcol i.\ Queeiistowv Steamer. From Boston. New England, Jan. 30, at (L30 a. in. Commonwealth, Feb. IT B at 4.30 p. m. RATFS OF PASS \GK. F rst ( shin 450.00 an I up single. I** turn—$ioo.oo and up according to steamer and accommodation. Src ml Cabin—*36.00 and upwards single Return—$88.88 and upwiuda, according to steamer. . _ atrerage—To Liverpool, Derry, London, Queenstown, Belfast and Glasgorfrtitf to *28 Steerage outfit furnished free. X Apply to T. P. M. GO WAN. 420 Congress street J. B. KEATING, room 4, First National Bank * Building, CH ARIAS ASHTON, W7A Congress street, or DAN IDTORKANCh & CO., MontreaL ootsdtl M4,1>E STEA JlNItll to. l.ong lkUml *oiiuil liy Daylight. NEW YORK DIRECT IINE. Ihree lrlps Per Week. R<<I11<1<I r«n*» -JHi.OO one way. The steamships Horatio Hall and Manhattan alternately leave Franklin wharf, Portland. Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat urdays. at tip. m. for New York direct. Re turning, leave Pier 38, K. R., Tuesdays, Thurs days aiid Saturdays at 5 p. m. These steamers are superbly tilted and fur nished for passenger travel and afford the most convenient and comfortable route between Portland and New York. .1. F. LISCOMB, General Agent. THOMAS M. BARTLETT. Agent. International Steamship Co. .... FOtt.... E?stport Lubec, Calais, S Join N B., Halihx. H.S. and all parts of New Brunswick. Nova Scotia. Prince Edward Island ami Cape Bretcn. The favorite route to Cainpobello and St. Andrews, N. Ik W inter rule, i?U.OO. \V IHTEK A It BAKU E U KM T. On and after Monday. December 31. steamers will leave Railroad wharf, Portland, on Mow day at 6.30 p. m. Returning leave St. John, Eastport and Lubeo Thursday. Through tickets Issued and baggage chocked to destination. ^"Freight received up to 4.00 **Vor tickets and staterooms apply at the Pine Tree Ticket office, 270 Middle street, or for other information at Company’s office, Railroad wharf foot of State street. J. F. LISCOMB, Superintendent. H. P. II ERSE Y, Agent. The staunch and elegant steamers “TRE MONT” and “BAY STATE” alternately leave Franklin wharf, Portland, and India wharf. Boston, at 7.00 p. iu. daily, Sundays ex cepted. These steamers meet every' demand of modern steamship service In safety, siwed, comfort and luxury of travelling.! „ __ Through tickets for Providence, Lowell, Wor cester, New York, etc., etc. J. F. LISCOMB. General Manager. THOMAS M. BARTLETT. Agenk EAIlAOADt,_ " Portland & Rumlord Falls Ry. In Effect Oct. 1900. DEPARTURES. SJ5 A. M. and \LM noon. From Unlnifstatlmi for Polaml, Mechanic Falls, Ruck held. Cat ton, Dixfleld and Rumford Fall*. .“..to ». m., 12..V* noon and A. 15 p. m. From 1'nksn Station for Mechanic Falb and intermediate station*. 12.55 noon. From Union Station for Beml*. R. C. BRADFORD. Traffic Manager, _ Portland, Malntt" E. I. LllVEJOY, Supertndeiit. jcdkltf_Itumford Fall*. Maine. ffdaiiaianaiasBr Trains Ceave Portland For Lefvleion, f.15, a. m. 1.30. and *6.00 , P m. For (aland l»oi»<l.g.t5 a.m., 1.T0. and ‘6J»> p.ra For Mnuf real* and <hi <•*«<> s.15 a. in. and •5-wo p. in., reaching Montreal at 7,00 a. m., and T.01 p. nx For Qaebe« at 6 p. m. Trains Arrive Portland. frcm hcwiatou, *5.90, and 11.15 a. nx, 5 45 p. in. From laUml t*oml, *9.00. and 1LI5 a. ox* 5.45 p. m. FromChlc«K°, Montreal*and Qntbec.'R.uO a. in., and 5.45 p. m. •Dally. Olhei train* week days. / Every Sunday train leave* Portland for f^wbton. Uorhara and Berlin at 7.30 a. m. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars are run on night trams and Parlor Cars ou day ualnx Ticket Office, Depot at fool or India Street. In Effect Dec. 3, 1900. TRAINS LEAVE UNION STATION. KAIL* "AY SQUARE AS FOLLOWS: 7.00a. no. For Brunswick. Lewiston (Cowan Bath, Kneklauu. August*, Witervllie, ttkowlie gan, Belfast. Bangor Hucksport and Vanceboro connecting for St. John. St. Stephen. (Calais), Houlton and Woodstock. *•«» ni. For Danville Junction, Kurnfcrt Falls, 1/ewiston. Farinington, Range.ey and Water viI la, M.-r> a. m. For Brunswick, Bath. Lewiston, Uarrtinvr. Augusta. Waterville FitUlleid. Bancor, Patten. Houlton and Caribou via B. St A. IV. II. 12.40 p. m. Express for Brunsvric':, Lisbon Fails. Lewiston via Brunswick, Augusta. Water ▼Ule, Newport, Bangor. Bucksporc. Bar liar bor, Washington Cow K. K. oldtown. Greeu villa an«t Katabdin Don Work*. 12.65 p. in. For I>*n\ ilia, Ja^Bumford Falls, Hernia. Lewis! >11. Farmington. CarrabvisaL Kangs ley. Bingham. WatervllK Skowhugau. 1 05 p.m For h roe port, Bruns wick. Kook land, K. a. I*points. Augusta. Waterville. Hkowtie gan. Belfast, Dover and Foxcrolt, Greenville, Bangor, o.dtown and Mnttawamkeag. anl to Bueksport Saturdays. 5.10 p. m. For Brunswick, Bath. Ko'klani, Augusta and Waterville. A ift p. m. For Danville Junct,on, Mochauls Falls aud l.awtston ll.oop. m. Night Express for Hrunswiek, Batn. Lewiston, Augusta, Waterville. -kow hegan, Bangor, Moosehead Lake, Aroostook County via Oldtown. Bar Harbor, Hueksport, Wasnfn to 1 Co. K. It v'anceboro, St. Stephen (4a a»«). 8r. Andrews, St. John and *11 Aroos took Coil ity via Vaneeboro. Halifax aud the Provinces. The train -a 1 g Saturday night does not connect to Belfast, Dexter, Dover and Foxcrof', nor beyond Bangor WHIT' MOUNTAIN DIVISION. A60 a. iu. For Brldgton. HarrUon. Fahyans, Burlington. lAncastor. St. Johnsbury. Sher brooke. Qu bee. Montreal. Chicago, St. Haul aud Minneapolis. 1.00 p. m. For Sebago Lake, Cornish. Frye burg North Conway. Banyans. Lancaster. Coiebr»<ok and Bee^ner Falls. A00 p. m. For Hebago Lake. Cornish, Hrldg tou. Ila risen. North Conway and Bartlett. SUNDAY TRAIN*. T.ssa. in. Paper train for Bangor. Hath, and for Rockland except Ferry Transfer at Bath. t2.41 |x in. For H< uni wick. Lewiston, Bath, Augusta, Waterville and Bangor. 11.00 p. m. Night Kxmsis for all polut*. ARRIVAL* IN PORTLAND. From Bartlett, No. Conway aud Cornhn, 8.25 a. ni.; 1 ewiston and Mechanic I All*, K3.» a. ro.; Waterville, Augusta and Rockland. 8.45 a. m.; Bangor, Auiruata and R-<eklana. 12.15 p. in.; Skowhegai:, Farmington, Hurnford Falls aud Lewiston. 12.*0 p. m.; Beecher Falls. Fnb yans and Brldg on. 11.5- p. m.: hkowhegau, Waterv 11**, Augusta aud Bock land. 6.20 p in.; St. John. St. Stephen*. (Calais). Bar Harbor. Aro< 'took County, Mooiebead Lake sml Ban gor. 6.35 p. m.; Bangeley. Parndnii'on. Bum ford Falls and Lewiatoh, 5.45 p. m. Chicago, Montreal, (juebec, Fabyaus, No. Conway, Br dtfton.L6dp.ni.; Bar 11 »ebor and Haugtr. 1.25 a. m. dally; Halifax. St.John, Houlton, St. Stephen, Bar Harbor, Bangor, 3.50 a. m. SUNDAYS- Bangor and Lewiston, 1.VJ6 p. m.; Bangor, 1 25 a. ni.; Halifax. 8t. John. Vauco boro au l Bangor. 3.50 a. in. GKO. F. EVANS. V. P. A G. M. F. K. BOOTH BY, G. P & T. A. octcdtf _ ___ BOSTON & MAINE 11. K. In Effect Or!. 8. I»0». UK*TKK.\ Dll IstOX Tralut leave Union Station for Sc»ri>ora Crossing, 10.09 a. 1U., G. -'O I). m.j Scarboro BiucU. Plue Point. 7 00. 10.00 a. I1X, 3.30, 6.25, 6.20, p. in. ; Olil Orchard, Saco, Bld drford, Kruacbnuk. 7.00. L5'>. 10.00 in. 12.30, 3.30. 6.25, 6.20 p, m.; Krniirbinikport, 7 00. 8J\ 10.00 a. ni., 12Jo, 3.30,*5. ftp. in.; Well* Beach, 7.00, 0.80 a. in.. 3.30. .25 p. m.; Worth Berwick. Uoi llnniford, Homer*worth, 7.00, 8.5) X in., 12.80, 3.30, 6.26 D. UX ; Rochester, Furmtng tuu, Alton Bay, Wolfboro, 8 50 a. m . 12.30, JXJ0 p. m.; I.akeport, Laconia, Weir*, Plymouth, H,5> a. in., 12.30 n. in.; 31ai*chea ter. Concord m.il Non her it lonurtlom, 7.00 a. m., 3J0 p. m.; Dover, Kieter, Haver hill, La wrmor, Lowell, 7.00, 8.50 a. nx, 12.30. 3.30, p. re.; Boston, 14.05, 7.00. 8.50 a. III., 12.30. 3.30 p. m.; leave Iloeton for Portiaud, ft.S\ 7.30*3.39 a. in., 1.15,4.15, p. in.; arrive Portland, 10.1ft. li.50 a. in. 12.10. 3.0 >. 7 50. p. ux SUNDAY TWAINS. Leave Union Station for Scar boro Bench, pi u i- Pulut, Old Orchard, Saco, Hlddeford. Keuucbu uk. Worth Ber wick, Dover, Kscler, Haverhill, Lawrence, Lowell, lto«loa, 12.55, 4 39 p. nx ; arrive Boston, 5.IS. fVJ8 p .m ICAKrUlN OIV SION. Leave Union Station for Bostou and Way Stutlous, ?.00 a. U1., B ddeford, Ktttery, Portsmouth, Newbnry port, Salem, Lvuii, Bostou. 2.00, ft.on a. m.. 12.45. fi.OO p. in.; arrive Boston 5J7 a m , 12.40, 4.00, 0.06 ix nx; Leave Boston « 7.30, 0.00 a. in., 12.30, 7.00, 7.45 p. m., ar-lve Portland 11 46 a. iu.. 12.05 4.3.X iO.15. 10 45 p. m. SUNDAY TWAINS. Lca>c Union Station tor lUddeford, Ktt tery, Puitimoiilh, Newbnry port, Salem, Lynn, Bostou, 2.00 a. m., 12.45 p. in., arrive Boston 5.57 a. in.. 4.C6 p. nx Leave Bostou for Portland, 9.00 a. iii., 7.00 p. m.. arrive Toi l 12.10. 10.30 p. m. V—Dally -x eoi M nd v. W. W. 4b P. D1V. Station loot of Treble street. For \\ orerster, Clinton, Ayer. Nashua, Windham, Kpplug, Msnrheilrr, Con cord aud Tonus North 7 31 a. in., 12.33 p. in.; Rochester, SpringvaIr, Alfred, Water boro. Hacn It 1 ver, 7.34 a. in., 12.33, 5.33 p. in.; Uorhmu, Westbrook, Cumberland Hills Westbrook Jet., Woodford*. 7.33k 0.46 X in., 12.33, 3.05, 6.33, 6.20 p. m. Trains arrivo from Worcester, 1.07 (X m.; Rochester. 8.85 a. m.. 1.07. M p. nx . Oon ham and Way Stations, 6.40t 8.26, 10.47 a. nx. 1.07. 4.15, 5.48 n. UL D. J. FLAWDBUS, O. P. * T A. HARPS iVE'.l STEAMBOAT GO! Beginning Nov. 13, two. Steamer Ancoclxeo will leave Portland Pier, Portland, daily. Sun days excepted, at £00 p. m.. lor (x>i>k I,land, Uttle and Great Cliebeague. CUB Island, So. llarpswell. Bailey's and Orr's Island. Ketnru lor Portlami-Leave Orr's Island, and above Landings, 7.00 a. m. Arrive Portland, 9.30 it. m. i oetldtl 1IAUH DANIELS rt«a Mgr.