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» - Much Snow Fell in Port’ land Yesterday* Streft R ilroatls Were MikIi Ham pered. Yarmouth Road Blocked Last Night. Tlio Wiudlutra Komi Was Also Held Up. The storm of Monday night and all day yesterday vrae tde most severe of the winter. A great deal of snow fell here In Portland and much more outside so that the steam railroads had considerable trouble In places where the traoks ran through deep outs. Un the Urand trunk the trains were all moving slowly, the passengers with two engines each and the freights with small trains and two looo motives. On the Maine Central the trains during the afternoon were all very late some of them getting Into more snow than they ooulu oomfortably get through, All day the wind hiew strongly and tn« enow oantlnued to fall, but along toward, dark the wind died down a little and li oeased enowlng for a time though latei In the night It commenced again. Id Portland the el.ctrlo roads were some nhe, he nnered bv the snow, but ran on the city lines on the regular schedule all day. The greatest trouble was experienced on the suburban lines though the oar ser vice was exceptionally good. The Yar mouth road was blocked last night only one oar getting through during the day. TMs was because ol two enormous drift* one of whloh was at the Marine hospital The Westbrook. Windham and .Naplei road wee Mooked last nlylit but cars on both these Hues will be run nil right to day. By the very hardest kind of work the employes of the Cape Elizabeth division of the Portland railroad kept the line open to Cash's Cornsr and early yester day morning as tar as Cape Cottage. To do this the plows were kept agoing all Monday night and everything went well until yesterday noon, when the wind oania op and piled up drifts at all of toe ourvee. The worst onee were near Angell avenue on the Cottage road and at Ll* gonla bill At these points the enow was so deep that men were first put to work with the shovels and^theu the plows butted against the drifting snow until a passage was made for the car through the windows of which one could look out on snow piled up to the depth of live feet or mors reaching it the very windows. Mr Maoreadle bad obarge ot the plow on the Cape Cottage end and was working all last night to open the line to the termi nus. while Mr. Jelllson was looking arter the Cash s Corner line. The cars kept up tbelr regular trips though not always on schedule time and the 5 HU p, m. trip fruiu Portland to South Portland carried i lgoty seven passengers, one of the largest oc record. Beyond Angell avenue It was found Im practicable to run cars hist night, but It is quite likely by the efforts made, that both branches of the road will be open tp the terminus this morning. THE STUB 11 BA-NUOK WAY. Bangor, February 5 —One of the heavi est snow sunns of the winter has been lu proart as here since 6.80 o’clock on Mon day afternoon and over a foot of suow has fallen The morning train from Boston and points west, due to ariive here at 4 15, did not get In until 11.80 o clock. The storm welt of here was more severe, and trains over the Maine Central aie all delajed. North of Bangor the snow fall has been lighter and trains from the main line of the Bangor & Aroostook have been generally on time. At Grcen ville ten inches of snow is reported. At 8 p. in., the »t->rw showed signs of abat ing. Trolley service has almost been suspended and trallio about the city is generally Impeded. JUST OLD FASHIONED ST OHM. ^ Hcckland, February 6.—The snow storm today has been the worst of the reason, although It was simply an old fashioned storm. The wind caused drifts to accumulate on the country roads. H1UU GALE. Nantucket Mass., Februarv 5.—A high northwest gale prevails here with a blinding mow storm. The life saving statlous reuort a wild night, but fortu nately the sound Is clear of shipping. A BLIZZARD ALONG THE COAST. Highland Lght, February 6.—A bliz zard is sweeping across the coast tonight, the wind blowing from the northwest at the rate of over 65 miles an hour. The temperature has fallen ten degrees since noon and It Is snowing hard It Is the want storm at the wtntsr amt tbs life ••Ting orsws an Undine mooh difficulty IB making their rounds. LEWISTON WINS AGAIN. Ilrfctlfil the Rath Polo Tram l#as« Night A to t, •e Lewiston, February 5.—Lewiston won from Bath tonight by e score of 8 to 4. The game wos fart and close through out, both earns playing good polo. The individual work of Farrell and Higgins , for the visitors was oommendable and the playing of Hoberts for the home , team wes a feature of the getne. In the second period Leyden and Ulp eon were concerned In a mlx-op and or ’ uered oil the floor by the referee, both teams Unishlog the game with four men each. Summary: Lewiston,Hath. Ulpson rush Higgins ltoberts rush wFarrel Menard centre Leyden Conway half baok Murtaugh Janelle goal Bargees Score, Lewiston, 8; Bath, 4. Hashes, ' Hinson Ho harts, 2: Higgins, «. Stops, | Janelle, 33; Conway. 1; Burgess, 10 Uonls Janelle, Conway. Heferee, Con i nnlly. Timer, McUonongn Attendance, 7IK). THE NEXT FOIjO OAllK, The next polo game In thla city will take place Friday evening when the Port lends will meet the Lewlstone. These teams are very evenly matched and an other rattling oontest Is expected. KCOMPANY WON. T he best game of basket ball played thus fir In the military aeries, was wit nessed at the armory last night by a big crowd which displayed lte enthusiasm by frequent uheers and spplanse. The game was between the two leaders In the league, the Naval Keservee and Go. E. The Naval Kererves have up to last night been victorious In every game and the last time they encountered K company they defeated them by a narrow margin. Last night E company nad Its revenge and after a tie in me score in me urn half, seamed to get into the game In narnest in the second half and won oat by a score of ten to two. Fourteen fouls were oalled during the game, six being on Co. E. The line up and summary: (jo. E Natal Reserves McCarthy rf McCeod r| Flaherty, It Ruodlett Mulloney o Ward Caselden, rb Hutton I Kalor lh Hoadley ' Goals—McCarthy 1,Flaherty J,Mulloney I 1, Caeelden 1, Ward 1. Soore, Co. E, 10; N. K., a. Referee, Dunham. Timer, Craig. CONDi I ION OF BURNED MEN. Of the tbrex Grand Trunk employes who were so seriously burned In the Portland yard last week, Brakeuan Dane ! i« showing the most Improvement The < ondltlon of Conductor Damon and ! Drakexoan Turner Is not regarded by the 1 physicians as precarious, although both ( j of these men sutler a great deal not on account of the severity of the borne, but on account of the extent of them. All; three men will be laid up at the Maine General hospital for some time yet. NEITHER GOT DIVORCE. 18PI CIAL TO THE PRESS.] Auhuru, February 5.—Two divorce ( cases which bad sensational endings were heard in the supreme court hero j | this afternoon. The cases were the cross | | libels of .lonas \V. Swan vs. Sarah J. j 1 Swan and of Sarah J. Swan vs. Jonas W. I Swan. The allegations in each case I were cruel and abusive treatment. Mr. j Swan alleged that his wife had made • charges of infidelity against him, and; Mrs. swan asserted that she had been ill treated aud threatened with violence. - j The jury was out only fifteen minutes and returned a verdict that in both cases ; the allegations had been proveu but that in neither case should a divorce be i granted. The parties live in LUbou. !_ AX MONTE CAKLO. Monte Carlo, February 5 -The seoornl! round of the International tournament i was began at nine o'clock this morning. . Marco defeated Kegog; lilaokburue lost to Qunsherg; Sohleohter beat Oldler; Ma son beat Jauowskl and Tsehlgorln beat Sobers Mless and Alpln drew their game. 'lbs Wtnawer ts. Marshall game was not tlnlshed and bad to be adjourned In tavor of tbe Warsaw player. DK WET TO ANNEX. i London, February -6 —A special del patob from Caps 'l'owu says that Ueneral | De Wet, according to Cape Town reporu. Intends to annex various districts of Cape Colony and then to commandeer men and supplies, altbough be is now urging tbe colonists not to join blm. QUEEN OF SWEDEN ILL London, February 6 —“Tbe Queen of | Sweden and Norway Is suffering from a dsrgirous sffeotlon of the throat,” says the Copenhagen correspondent of the D ally Telegraph. "Her strength Is much reduced and her condition very serious, " , CAKNEUIK WANTS TO KET1KK. New York, February 6 —The Mall and Express says: President Sohwab of the Carnegie Steel Co , oawe on from Pitts burg today aod had a conference this morning. It was reported, at Mr. Car negie's bouse. On what may be considered tbs high est authority on tbls subject, It la stated tbat Mr. Carnegie Is anxious to rstlrs from active business pursuits sdU hat ar ranged to do so at an early date. . DUKE WILL SEE CUP HACKS. New York, February t—The Tribute tomorrow will say: The Uukt of Cornwall will be preaant at tbe Amsrton’s oup races, which begin off Sandy Hook on August sa. !t was : part ot his programme to corns bare from I Canada ou his way back from Australia and It has bean officially announced tbat tbs Queen's death will not niter tbe pre vious plans. $100 He ward, $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn tliat there is at least one dreaded disease (bat science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall’s Catarrh Cureis the only poshive cure nowknown to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional dis ease. requires a constitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the hiood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the founda tion of the disease, ami giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing, its work The pro prietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that they offer oue Hundred Dollars for any case that it rails to cure. Send for list of tMtimonials. Addess F. J. CHEXEV St Co., Toledo. O. Sold by druggists. 7Sc Hall's Family Fills are the boat JEFFRIES-RL'HLIN FIGHT. Argument. Heard In Proceeding, for Injnnetlnn. Cincinnati, February S.—Argument* ana teetlmony were beard today baton Judge Hollister of tbe ooromon plena court on an application for ao Injunaaloti rtgnln.t tba JeffrlM-ltanlln prlee r.ght In tale city February It. There wae Are* an iltimpt by tba dofenee to dletnlea all mem be re of tbe Saengerfe.t (.card who >re not members of tbe Athletto aienota Hon. Thera are eleruo of tbe thlrty-ane noloded In tble Met Attorney General Sheet., who represented Gorernor Nash tod tbe state protested and asked for a temporary tnjonotloo against tbe eleven who bare not bled an answer. The oourt decided that an Injunction later could go >ot to these eleven After submitting tbe mo tracts and other document., only four witnesses were examined today. Tbe feature of the day wae the exami nation of Fenton Lawson, wbo le a direc tor and secretary of both Iba tSaengerteet musical aeaoolatlon and the tSaengerfest atbletlo association. He wa. oloaely ex amined as to what ha knew about muelo and tbe manly art. He wae an expert witness in tne former and caused muob laughter In bis reply to questions regard ing boxing exhibitions. He oonld not repeat any of the rules of the Marqnta of LJueeneberry or any other of theory and practice of tbe ring. All of tbe otbar members of the fc'aen gerfeet atbletlo association ware present and heard tbe ordeal through wbloh Mr. Lawson passed and It 1. understood they will all be oalled upon to pan through a .tinliar examination. I^awson waa aUo loudly questioned regard Inn tbe repeated Interviews of himself and bla friends with Mayor Fleleohmann and iAwaon said that the mayor did not think tne gorerr o r would Interfere. The attorneys for the lniunotlon questioned him regarding all the lights that bath Jeffries and Kuhlln had participated It and than os I led special attention to the recent statement nf Kuhlln that he would he a now cham pion or the world on the morning or Feb ruary 16. The attorneys today Insisted to Mr. Lawson that he wae a very queer director nf an athletic aaeoolatlon when be knew nothing of the rooorda of Jeffrie# or Kuhlln, or of men who had preceded Jeffrie* at the holder of the belt. The promoter* of the light today Insisted that they are more confident than ever that the light will take Dlaoe here. Jeffries never let np In hie training to attend tne trial and Kuhlln resumed his training in the afternoon. The sale of tickets today wna unnally large and all the prepara tions for the event are going ahead the same as If there w«« no opposition. KINO HILL RESIGN. links oft on ns light Will Be Appointed arena Master of fKngllsh Uraud Lodge of Mesons. London, February The Duke of Cornwall and York is making satisfac tory progress toward reoovery. In conformity with the coursi adopted by the former Prince of VNalee, who re signed the office of Uraod Master when he was appointed regent. King Edward bus now resigned the olho* of Brand Master of Free Masons In England wbloh he has held slno 1874. Us will,however, retain hie connection with Masonry un der the probable title of protector. A ■pedal grand lodge will be summoned February IS when It la ezpeoled tbs Duke if Connaught will be nominated to euo Ke1 Ills Majesty as Grand Master The latest rumor regarding (Jueen Vic toria s will le that It bequeathe 14U,0UU bounds each to the Links of Connaught, Prinoe Christian of Schleswig-Holstein, I'rlnoesa Louise and Prlnoess Beatrice, tnd Includes liberal legacies for the Duchess of Albany and a number of the M.laan'a ne.ndel. 1 Hh>I >l'Ksh hllltr if her private fortune, however, goes to King Edward, and both Balmoral sr d □•borne house are crlven to the King. Two small honses on the Osborne estate ■ire given to Princess Beatrice. MUR. MAUTINELL1 TU UK CARDI NAL. Paris, February 6 —The Horae oorre i do mien t of the Temps says a letter from the Vatican has been posted to Arob blshop Martlnalll, the apostolic delegate in the Unit’d States, notifying him that be will be created a cardinal 'The corre ipondent adds that other letters will ihortly lie despatched, as eight or ten new cardinals will be created at the com ing consistory. TO WATCH FOR FILIBUSTERS. Cape Town, February 5.— Officials have been despatched to watch all tha bays along the west ooast of Cane Colony against the landing of mercenaries or arms. PEACE MOVEMENT FAILED. Bloemfontein, February 5 —The peace movement through the surrendered Boers bas hitherto been unsuccessful. Peace envoys will visit Capa Town and let going new peace designs. ^IM»IUNIMIIIIINIM»W«Hl«»|M||«i||^ A Hode! j Watch || Is the THIN' model—deservedly £ popular because of Its many good S points. This slender and f graceful timepiece will slip 2 Into a vest or fob pocket Z without causing that bulging which J is so objectionable. It is especial- 2 ly desirable for evening wear when * one wishes to carry a watch that 8 does not betray its presence. J We are showing them in solid 14 X K gold; also in gold tilled easel. j GEO. H. GfllPFEU, Jeweler, j •09 Congress St. VVAIt^TIKD TU rVHItll MWtl .ppMiu-nu, nmnnunfM, I* bad broath, bod blood, wind oa the stomach, bloated how eta. fool month. Sk hcadacho. ladlaestlon, pimples, pale, after eettnn. liver trouble, sallow earn |X pies Ion and dfsslaess. When yoar bowels doart move rrralarty youi are ^1 (ottla« sick, ('oast I pat Ion hills more people than all other «nseaees topether. 9 It is a starter (hr the chronic ailments and loaf » care of su*>rj»n that come /% afterwards. Mo matter what alls yoo. start tab Ian rAllAMITi today, for I* you will arver not well and be well all thetlme until you pnt your bowels Ik rlffbt. Take our advleei start with CAlt A BETH today. under an absolute ■A none* as tee to earner moaey reloaded. w CARET* wumld. Wow It Is over nix million bn*en u year. .renter than any ■tmllsr medicine la the world. Thin In obsolete |»roo£ «f great »♦*!%» bent tent I menial. VI' c have fnlth, and will nelfC’A At--t ft E I A abnolntely ZZarantecdtocarcor mon??" ATml. d. «• bay todav. two fiOc, boie., «lvr fhem a fair, bonont trial, an per nlmple dlrcetlnnn, and If you are not nittlnflcd nltTr mlif Mf box, retara the vanned A Or box and the empty box to 'nmilltyitl'v"^! bdelhVwtV! Those Boston Uiria. Kitty—I don’t think I can ever care for Fred again. Bertha—Why not? I thought you and ha wera very much in love with each oth er. Kitty—So we ware, but last night Fred told me 1 was the first woman he had ever loved. Bertha—K should think that would make you very happy. Kitty—On the contrary. It makes me miserable. It la so awful, you know, to think that a man begins his lovemakiug With you at a time when he has had no experience. It’s no compliment to your attractiveness, don't you see?—Boston Transcript. Benefits of Publicity. “Take off your coat and vest," said Holdup Hank. “That's right. Now your shirt." “What for?" asked the shivering vic tim. “You've got my $47. That’s all the money I have." “I dou't know about that." said Holdup Hank. “The last man 1 operated on had $17 in his pants pockets, and I got that, but he told the policeman and reporters I’d missed $104 he lind iu bis undershirt 1 saw it iu the papers next day. I ain't takiu no chances any more. Off with that shirt!"—Chicago Tribune. Woea of Poverty. Hubert, the son of a poor widow, lean ed against the broken gate that disfigured the front fence of his humble home and wept bitterly. “Alas!" said he. “There is no possi bility that I may be kidnaped. AI tout the only way I can get my picture in th« papers is to go and rob a bank!’’ As Socrates said so cleverly, the poor man is excess baggage.—Indianapolis Press. Perfectly Troe. “You disapprove of some of the conven tional fictions?" “1 do,” answered Miss Cayenne. “And yet I have heard you exclaim to a number of people, “1 am delighted to see you!” “The remark was perfectly true in each case. 1 shouldn't care to be blind, you know.”—Washington Star. Would I'orget. “My memory annoys me greatly,” said the newly elected mayor. “Failing, is itV” inquired his wife. “No, that’s just the trouble. 1 remem ber all my ante-election promises, and I wish 1 could forget 'em!”—Philadelphia Press. E» Ideally Somethin* Soft. “Then I made tracks dowa the street,” -aid Manchester, continuing his narra tion. “Was the ground covered with snow or uiud?” Birmingham interrupted.—Pitts burg Chronicle Telegraph. An Iniilntlve Woinun. Mrs. Wigg—That odious widow, the hateful thiug. has goue and got a dress made exactly like mine. Mrs. Wagg—That's nothing. She’s try ing to marry my husbaud’s twin brother. —Philadelphia ttecurd. Too Bad. Mrs. Mann—That young Mr. Childers Is dead. It was awfully sudden. Isn’t it too bad? Mr. Mann—And he was getting along so famously at coloring his meerschaum. -Transcript. Tkoaslit Better of If. “Might 1 Inquire whose umbrella that la you are carrying?’’ asked Mr. Perrya ville of Mr. West park. •kfc’ou might.” “Then 1 won’t.”—Pittsburg Chroniele Teiegra ph. Wnichlai Hie Opportunity. “Your son has a very robust appetite.” “Yes, I’m so ashamed of him. He al ways overeats when we have company.” “Then’s the only chance I ever git,” said the terrible infant.—Cleveland Plain Dealer. Mrs. Church—Y'ou say they will not take any children in these flats? Mrs. Gotham—That’s the rule, and they carry it out to the letter. “Why, when I esiue up stairs 1 saw three or four dirty faced children on the •fairway.” “Oh, well, those belong to the Janitor.” —Yonkers Statesman. The Preferred Accident Insurance Co.'s PROGRESS. No words can sing the praises of the Pieferred better tt|pn these ooM figures. They speak volumes. Proin. Income. Assets. Surplus, t Prom. Income. Asset*. Surplus. 1888 -$ 29,446 • 22.641 # IS .990 1804 . 652.0*9 4UH.»-47 203.101 1*87. 72.417 26.922 24 224 1*95. 806,099 457 145 20*63(1 188* 93,756 79.409 00 977 1396. H12.0W 459 377 219.65* 1889 . 123,798 105.374 7H 840 1.397. *18,193 552,145 241*199 1*99. 1*9.375 160,869 97,234 l MW. *24,399 667.604 324.19.1 1801. 295,260 170,210 113,843 1800 . 952 058 779,4* 3(15.125 1893. 374,413 236.201 156.749 1900. 1,087,568 937,131 333,441 1*93. 406,090 344,756 173,046 THE C. F. DUNLAP AGENCY, nMSSSS»£r fet,(i 86 Exchange St., Portland, Me._ WHIM-WHAMS. lomf Jovial lde«« Gleaned Far tor ere of Ibe Humorous. "A whip is a good deal like a nat," re marked the observer of events aud things, "when you crack it to see if it’i uuy good." Bacon—You say Dauber painted a pic ture of a gr»en apple? Egbert—Why, it gave me a pain to lcok at It! Patience—What color U Mi98 Styles’ hair now? Patrice—I don’t really know. I haven't seen her in two days. "(Jossip is a good deal like butter," re marked the observer of events and things. "A woman never stops to count the coat when she starts in to spread it." Yeast—Why do they call a barber an artist? (’riinsonbeak— I suppose because he makes a lot of money with his brush. Mrs. Styles laf the opera)—That girl in the box opposite used to be a ahy young thing. Mr. Styles—Well, she looks shy now shy a few clothes. "A good many men have kept their New Year’s resolutions so far," remark ed the observer of events and things, "on ly because there hns been no ice on the sidewalk to tempt them." Mrs. Crimson beak— Are you not going to wear that necktie I gave you for your Ptiriatmuti tr, VI Ktvle*’ toniirht? Mr. Crimsoubeak—Why, no. It’s not n masquerade party, dear. Mrs. Church—How in the world did the dealer romc to knock $1 off that $15 vase! Mo. Gotham—Why, the |»or fellow unset it and knocked.the head off tirst. MARRIAGES. _e In this city. Feb. 4, by Itev. l>r. Dalton. Fred erick McMullen ai.d Mile Kdith May Vanlder ateln.bmh of Fortlaud. In Westbrook, Fob. 4, l>v Bov. Father Docello Joseph tierard am Ml,a Kosle Perrin, In tlray. Feb. a, Theophllua Barbarlek aud Mary Susan Hall, both ol tiray. In Forwlngtea. Scott L. Butterfield ana Miss Sadie Steadman, , . . „ in Kinatteld, Charles K. Klchaids of Freeman ceil re and Mis* tiertiude M. Brown of North ^Tn"ilec Jan. 27. True D. Collin of I.*e aud ! Mis* Mary .1. Urlfllths ol Westbrook. In Thomaston, Jan. 23. Otis A. Bobmson of Fuelling and Mias Leona Coombs of Isle au Haul. DEATHS. In this city, Feb. 5. Joseph II. Feruald. aged 61 years 11 mouth* 15 day*. Funeral on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, from his late residence. No. 12* Cumber land In this city. Feb G. Nelite Gertrude Jones, i oldest daughter o( Mark and Abbie D. Wl*gm. aped :u> yean 1 mouth. [Funeral on Thursday afternoon at 2 o’clock, from h*-r late residence. No. 8 Cushman street. At Tappet Lake, N. Y., Feb. 3. Edwin H. | Jones. [Funeral thi* Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clk, irom his brother's residence, Watertown, Mas*. In Pittsfield, Jan. 27, Mrs. Henry Pooler. ajrt*d 65 years. In Pittsfield, Jau. 25. Mrs. Lucy Jacobs, a*ed 81 year<. In Btunswick. Jan. 27. George Wood.Mde, aged 6(> \ ears. In Tupshaui. Jan. 27. John W. Pratt, aged 74 years. M At Ktnnebunk Itaich. .ian. 24, Mrs. Mary Bourne Hubbard, aared 80 years. In Etna. Jau. 38. Sewall Bjrlseeier. agedhh years. in i am’in-’oo. Jnn. 24. Mr*. Mar> W., widow of Horace Allen, eged 7» year* 16 Matka FRANK M, LOW & GO., Hen'll Outfitter*, nOHl HEHT *<(( AKi:. febOdlt Our POSTMASTER Says: Delay In delivery of mull Is* eaused by carriers being obliged to wait.sometimes un unreason able llnie, for door bells lo be answered. By providing door teller-boxes or IisvIuk apertures in doors lliroiiKli which mull could be de livered this delay would be avoided. We Say:—Buy a Box from KING & DEXTER GO. tetMhilw In I el Wilton, Jan. J7 IiaiaU Jones. aged bout 58 years. In Levant. Jan. 27, William Mauley, aged 70 yean 8 months In West Camden, Jan. »». Mrs. L. L. barrar. Ill Mtllford. Ian. 27. Mrs. Lucretla C. Simp son. aged .'ll years. In Mouth liardlanr. Jan. 3b. Hoscon Beadle. o'J y* tut, In Ka,i|K)rr. Jan. 2». Mrs. Margarnt Norwood aged 8* i ears 2 uionlae. The funeral servlone ot the late Carollue 8. Broom will Sake pktee Wedi.euai alieraouu at 2 o’clock, irom be, late rasldeuuo, No 12 Cedar st< ret. Renal at rowoil Peiioi al—lfoitr Slurs Trite Send kh- and Helf-iddrenned da pc I en/elopo. jnex. date mi l hour of hirtli; it latter not knowu send form and feature': prompt reply; i full reading. «l. Dfc. 1>KK< >1.1.1. p. O. Box ,1.874. Boh ton. Mann. febe-lm AUII •/» i.. Tolman, Bradford Furniture Co., AUCTioJvusans i An.l I omuii.iian Merrlimits, Salesroom, 17 Preble St. ; 11KO. TOI,MAN * \VM. T. BRADFORD, | I1OV00 AlitTIONKKBN- it F. O. BAILEY & CO. Aactionten aiidCoaflmsian MerckuU Sale «romu 46 exchange Street. F. O. BAH.HX. 1. «■ ALL* . MAINE REGISTER State Year Hook. A complete political manual ami Bunluraa lit rectory —OF THE— 423 Towns anti 20 Cities in Maine. The new edition In preparation will give: The |x>pulntion of each town as given r»y the r. S. 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