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BTRANUKK THAN FICTION. A Reondy Whirl. Has Revolutionised the Trc.ln.rat of Stomach TrevblM. The remedy 1» not heralded as a won derful discovery uor yet a seoret patent medlolne, neither It It claimed to onre anything except dyspepsia. Indigestion and stomach troubles with which nine out of ten si Her. The remedy Is In the form of pleasant tasting tablets or lounges, containing vegetaMe and fruit essences, pure aseptic pepsin (government test), golden aeal and diastase The tublets are sold by drug gists under tho name of Stuart's Dyspep sia Tablets. Many Interesting experi ments to test the digestive power of Stu art's Tablets show that one grain or the active principle oontalned In them Is anllident to thoroughly digest 3 tt) grain* of raw meat, eggs and ether wholesome food. Stuart's Tablets do not act npon tne bowel* like after dinner pills and cheap cathartics, whloh simply lrrltat* and tn Usme the intestines without having any effect whatever In digesting food or our lng Indigestion. If the stomach oan be rested and assist ed In the work of digestion It will very soon recover Its normal vigor, as no or gan is so much abuse! and overworked as the stomach. 'This Is the seoret, If there Is any secret, ' of the remarkable success or Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, a remedy praotlcally unknown a few years ago and now the most widely known of any treatment for stomach weakness. This snooess has been seoured sntlrely | upon Its merit* as a digestive pure and I simple beoaus" tbere nan be no stomach trouble if the fool Is promptly digetted. btaart's Dyspepsia Tablvtsact entirely on the food eaten, digesting It complete ly, si that It oan he assimilated Into blood, Derve and tissue. They cure dys pepsia, water brash, sour stomach, gas and bloating altvr mean, because they; furnish the Ulgaeitlve power whloh weak : stomach* laok and unless that lack Is supplied it Is useless to attempt to ours by the use of “tonics," "pills" and ca thartics which have ubiolutaly no dlges I tr.l nnwAf. Stuart s Uyspepsia 1 ablet* can ob found ar, all drug bore* and the regular ate of one or two of them after meals* will demonstrate their merit batter taan any other argument. THE DAILY PRESS. Can always be found at tha perlodio •toi-ea of; f W. Koberti l X> congress street A. B. Merrill. 247 * * N. O. Fessenden. 626 W. 11. Jewett. 604 L A. Libber. 670 ^ * borague. Si McKlm, 40o Congreis street « oas Ashton. 931 a Congress street. B. L, Donnell 136 Congress street J. 11 Soiivinev, T'.w ’mures* street N. E. Half'll, 2 Exchange street W.J. Dennis, 410 Commercial etreet C. 8. Cole, Cor. Boy 1 and Oxford • treat j. W. Fetersou, 177 Middle street ,r. V\. i’e ersoii. 43t» Congress street. H. \v. 1*» ha u, 7G Exchange street ,i. W Wcstinan Vo Comweroutl street Join II. Allen, 381 Vi Congress street Dennet&Co. 646 Congress street. G. b. Hodgson. #«Vfr Portland street F. L. Brackett, l'eaks Island. A. \V. Hill. 4.VI Congress St li. M. Butler. 68 Fine street J. 11. Vickery, 2 1 spring street. H. D. McKenzie, cor. spring and Clark ; John Cox. 28 Monument square. J. F. Hutchinson. 12 Kim street J. j. Thus*. 61 India street t. li. Siovsell, :;9 Preble street C. ¥• Slmonds. 87 India street .1, H, 8o.nl ey, 7!»n » ongress street i.. E> ej n t* • **» n mo« Avenue. A. s. * rrr. 8 Custom House Whart. I. I1 M * Dona i .spring sire t. M. a. p v-r 1 117 Cnuui-ass street. Also el the newsstands in the Falmouth Preble. Congress Bqitare ant West Em! hi tel*, and Grand Trunk and Union Depots, u can also be obtained ol Cnliholm Bros.. Agents on all tralu* of the Maine Con trai. Grand Trunk and Portland & Itochester rallronas and of agents on any of the Boston Trains. The Crass can also t>e fouud at the following ^Aifnura—s. A. Polllstor. Augusta—J F. I’leroe, A»*r«d—J. M. Akers. Bailor’s Island—D. 1*. Sennett Bath—John.O. Shaw. Berlin Falls, K. H.—C. S. Clara. JBiddelorU—A. 61. Burnham. Brtdgton—A VV. Ingalls. Brunewlok—K. F. Shaw. Bangor-J. D. Giyim. Bootlibav Harbor—C. F. Keunlstoik Brownfield—Jay L. Frink. Cape Elizabeth—Dyer Josa. Cumberland Mills—11. G. .'jlart. Camden—Fred Lewis. Cor uish—L. B. E night Leering— •> C. hob r.s. Leering Center—J. B. B yint, 237 Stereo 4Vainari»cot:»— M. H. Uamage. ra^t Leering—ti. * Hails. Falrheld—E. H. CTMI. ^ „ Farmington—11. F. W bite k Ob Freeport—A. W.Mltcuex Frveourg—A. C. Frye, irvebura j. T. Whltmora ilArdiner—nussow oiw. *>r« u’a Landing—8. fifield. liorhajn— L. J. Lermond. 1,0 - b.H.-S M Leavitt* ion. Hole—I*. L. Russel1.. km^UtviUo- L. B. Bradford, khigbtvilie—-G. 1-. BUsh. keimehuuk—J. H. rius. keunei'UiiKporl—C. E. Miner. Livermore f ails—C. Bewman. LewljtoD—Chandler & Winshux Long Island—8. li. 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Spalding. Westbrook—W. B. Booth by. Woodlords—Chapman A Vfymnn. Tarmouthrllle—A. J B. MltcbelL llollt lo lire and lo paint for the true brotherhood of man. FOX STUDIO, i;v i.2 congress Sr., Portland. Drawing. Painting and Modelling in Clay, OPENED NOV. 5, 1900. TBAtJ1KHS-Cb.ru. I.. Fox, Carrie 1 B.iIuihb, Curt 11 S. Ferry llcrkirrl A. Kleb.rd.nu, tic a mouth day clam, 26 per week evening •lass. Full particulars furnished on applica tion. Jan5.3,Tu&Tli2m STOCKBRIDGE HALL Hone School for Young Ladies. Address STOCKBRIDGE HALL Ysruisstlh Me. Reference-Rt. Rev. Kotert Codjnan, Jr. serve odtf Chinese Envoys Desirous of It. The Punishment Ques tion Debated. Nantes of Twelve Guilty Parlies Submitted By Diplomats ■ ... Two of These Found To Be Dead. A Complete List To Be Brawn I’p By Foreigners. Pekin, February 6.—The Cblneee plenipotentiaries. Prince Chlng ana LI Uung Chang, hail a protracted meeting this morning with the foreign envoys. Twelve names of prominent Cblnere oUlolals wsre submitted with the request tint China keep faith with the powers and punish the iieraons named ootumen surately with their offenses. The Chinese plenipotentiaries replied that China's earnest hope was to carry out ful'y the demands of the power* and that she felt sura that the punishment whloh would be lnltloted would be sat isfactory. It was discovered that two out ol the ID persons named were already dead. In oertaln oases the Chinese plenipotentiaries gave reasons why the pnnlsbuient mulcted should be banish ment and not death, asssiting that In those cases,they particularly urge banish ment only heoause the persons In ques tion were so closely related to the throne. After a long conversation on the sub ject of punishment, It was deoldod that the foreign envoys should draw up a fall list of all aoonsed oUlolals, both national and provincial,with Indictments specifying the guilt of eaoh and a state ment of the punishment required, whloh would then he presented to the Chinese plenipotentiaries for dsttnlte aotlon. LI llung Chang,who Is very weak from bis recent Illness, had to be carried In and out of the Hrltlib legation. He is nna bla to walk, but his head seems as dear as ever. The foreign envoys were Impressed with the evident desire of Prlnoe Chlng and LI Hung Chang to come to terms. Prime Chlng asked whether provided China showed by every means In her power a desire to car ry out the terms of the joint note, the foreign troops would leave Pekin. Tne foreign envoys replied that this nab a luujrvi lur^ vuutw uui uidvuh jond saying that It anything were satis factory they believed tbe powers would begin to withdraw tbe troops early In l be coming spring, but that this depend ed largely upon tbe Chinese themselves. Prince Chlng and Cl Hung Chang said they desired to know tbe names ot tbe places where guards would be kept tur the purpose ot maintaining connec tions with tbe sea, in aooordanoe with the terms ot tbe joint note. They were Informed that this was a subject regard ing wblcb the military authorities bad more aoourate knowledge than the en voys, but that at present no determina tion bad been reached. Prince Cblng was anxious to know what provision would be made to control tbe legation guards and to preveot them from disturbing business. He asked II tbe guards would be allowed over all parts of tbe olty. To thlo Inquiry the reply was given that tbe guards would oertalnly not be allowed to interfere witb auy avocations or tbe Chinese, but would be merely kept to guard tbe legations In case ol necessity. Prince Cblng was assured that, In whatever part ot tbe olty tbe legation guards might no, they would bt required to oontorm to laws wblob would be agreed upon, under pain of severe punishment for any infraction. Tne Chinese plenipotentiaries alio touohed upon the question of tbe forte, asking If It would be neoeesary to de stroy these. As there seemed to be some diversity ol onlnlon among tbe foreign envoys regard ing this matter, It wae left over untl tbe question of punishment nee beet definitely deolded. Count Von Waldereee has left for Bhai Hal Kwan. BUN BOYCOTT KBMOVBD. New York, February B.—Typographies Union, No. 8, has decided by forma vote, to withdrew the boyoott agains the New York Bun, and to take no fur tber hostile steps against that newspaper Official notice that the strike has beet called off and the boyooit lifted wae de llvered to tbe Bun today. This action o the anion was unaolleltad bv tbe Bnn am was unattended by any condition*. (OSUKESN TUESDAY. Ilona. ('•■Ilnm llllcaialsn of foal OIRl'fi BUI. Washington, February 5.—Tbe House today continued discussion of contro verted questions in regard to the po*t j office appropriation bill. Mr. Griggs (Ga.) spoke against tbe organizations of postal employes at existing with a viear to forcing legislation In their interest. Mr. Moody (Mass.) discussed the ques tion of railway mail pay from the stand point of a member of the joiot postal , commission. Mr. Hromwcll (Ohio) and Mr. Gaines (Tenn.) asaalled the appropriations for special mall facilities from New York to New Orleans and Mr. Cachings (Miss.) and Mr. Meyer (La.) defended the ap propriations as necessary for the south ern mail. SUBSIDY BILL LAID ASIDE. Waaidngton. February 6.—The Senate today pasted the District of Columbia appropriation bill and partially consid ered the bill making appropriations for tbe aupport of the West point military academy. During tbe day the ship Rubsidy bill, by a vote of the Senate, was formally laid aside and superseded as the unhid 1. ed business. MAKIUAUE OK WIL.HEI.MIN A Tbe Hague, February Today was marked by farther receptions In connec tions with the fortboomleg marriage of Queen Wllbelmlua and Duke Henry of Macklenbnrg-Sebwarln. Additional gueete arrived at tbe palaoe and there were mare obontl eerenadet. Thle evening'a elate banquet was giv en at the palace In banor of tbe foreign t nvoys. Earlier in the day there was a reception at tbe German legation, Tbe gala performance at tbe theatre preientsd a brilliant epsclaole. Tbe . . __• _ LI__W.. ... tUully Illuminated by electric light*. z At naif paat nine two officials bearing rand lee, ushered in Queen Wllbelmlna who was attired In white satin and Iso and wore a diadem of brilliants, a pearl neoklaoe, the grand oroea of the lion of tbe .Netbeilanda, and the chain of the Mecklenburg order. Duke Henry followed, wearlngttthe uniform of a rear admiral and the grand orost of the lfon of (he Netherlands. Then ouuie the Grand Duke of Meoklenberg, Duke Adolph Frederick of Meoklenberg, Duob css Marls, Prince Albert of Prusela, the Qneen'e mother. Grand Dnke Vladimir of Hussla and other prlnoely personages The Grand Duke of Meoklcnberg-bob wt-rlo la making the young oouple a gift of a splendid Taeryloe of tnreen and can delabra of aolld silver of enormoue weight, wrought by hand by the be.t workmen In Sohwerln. During the afternoon the Queen and Duke drove out to the neighboring vil lages ___ A UUNDKKD YEARS AGO. (Hurllngton Hawkeye ) It it quite natural, perhaps, the com mon practice just now to medlta te over all tbe good which tbe last oentury has done for us, and to extol In glowing phraaes the aplendld progreaa made in the conditions of tbs world In general and of each Individual living In If. in particular. Comparisons are made between tbe way people live now and the way they lived at tbe beginning of the oentury jn»t dosed and the universal verdict la. of course, that we are much better off, live a great deal more oomfottably and enjoy a great many more good things than our grandparents and great-grandparents did in lbtll. This progress aud the many, many changes In the methods of life are really surprising In their magnitude and num ber, to much so that It la not easy to enumerate them In fact. It la a twilling task to make a comparison of present con ditions'or life wltb tbe conditions at tbe beginning cf tbe nineteenth century Abe Aesven worm i lilies use seueuutcv, some of the changes. of which a few are these: (Joe hundred years ago a man could uot taks a ride ou a steamboat. Ale coaid uot go from Washington to New York in a few hours He bad never sem an eleot'-lc light or dreamed of an eleotrlo oar. He oould not send a telegram. He couldn’t talk through the telephone, and he had never hsard of the hello girl. He oould not ride a bicycle. He could not oall In a stenographer and dictate a letter. He had never received a tpye written communication. He had never beard of the germ system or worried over Daolllt and bacteria He never looked pleasant before a pho tographer or had his ploture taken He nevar heard a phonograph talk or saw a klnetosoope turn out a prtz9 tight. tie never saw througU a Webster's Unabridged Atlrtlonary with the aid ol a Roentgen ray. He never had taken a ride In an eleva tor. tie had never imagined such a thing sc a type-sutlng nsohlne or a typewriter. He bad never used anything but a wooden plough. He bad never seen bis wile using u sewing machine. He had never struck a match on b‘i pants or anything else. He oouidu’t take an anaesthetic and have bis leg out off without fetllng It. Ho had never purchased a un-oent magazine which would have been regard ed as a miracle of art. He oould not buy a paper and learn everything that bud happened the day before all over the world He had never teen hlcCormlok reaper or a self-binding harvest ir. He had never crossed an iron bridge. How this list oould be eztended, and how everyone might add Items to U. Abe fact Is, life has been more revolutionized during the last centary than during any like period previous. And for the retie-, all through There is not a man 01 woman living who would return to tLt conditions of 1891 "I hobbled Into Mr. Blackmon's drof store one evening," says Wesley Nelson of Hamilton, Ua.. “and he asked me tc try Chamberlain’s I’ain Balm for rheu , matisrn with which 1 had suffered for i ' long time. 1 told him 1 had no faith it 1 any medicine aa they all failed. Hesaid ■ ‘Well If Chamberlain's Pain Balm dooi • uot help you, you need not pav for it. 1 took a bottle of it home and used 1 according to the directions and in om week 1 waa cured, aud have not sinci ' been troubled with rheumatism.” Soli 1 by Hesnltine, 887 Congress St., Stevens l 107 Portland St, Goold. Congress Squan Hotel aud Raymond, Cumberland Mills ■MCELLAXEtni.__ HIBCRI.I.ASEOVB. PACE’S I PERFECTED POULTRY FOOD doe* make hens lay. It certainly is the best egg producer. No red pepper or any irritant that temporarily warm* up the fowl* and then leaves them worse off than before. A genuine food that keeps hens healthy and makes poultry grow. The value of our Food ha* been proved in this State. We have numerous testimonials of the highest character. They are from well-known farmers and poultrymen right here in New England, people you know or have heard about and whose word is gilt edge. We guarantee satisfaction and stand back of every pound we ship. Your money back if you are not satisfied. We want an agent in every village. Send for our booklet; it contain* testimonials, prices, and full particulars about our liberal inducements. Page pays the freight. REMEMBER PAGE’S is the ONLY PERFECT POl'LTRY FOOD. It is the one kind that really make* egg*. CARROLL S. PACE, HYDE PARK, VERMONT. ———— NORTON, HALL & WEBSTER, Fire and Marine Insurance, 17 EXCHANGE ST.. PORTLAND, ME. COMPANIES REPRESENTED: North Briil«h A Mcrchniilllc ln«. Co., Philadelphia Underwriter' Weilrrn (nurancr Co.. Ciormanlo Fire ln» t o., Iluinbiirtr Bre men Fire In'. Co . Commerce Inn. Co., Thuringia In'. Co., Holyoke j Minuet Fire In'. Co. Troden’ A Mechanics’ Mutual In* Co., Oulncy Mutual Fre In' Co , Providence Mutual Fire In'. Co., Portland Marine Underwrller'. New York Piute I ill. Co, Fidelity A Deposit Co. of Md. declTeodtf _____ l Biting Are you or any members of your family afflicted with this habit ? Are your nails In such condition that your hands are unsightly ? You can be cured immediately by the famous " Ranol Treatment " ; absolutely harmless. Full course treatment, Includ ing all the remedies, necessary Instructions, our hand somely illustrated book entitled " Care of the Finger Nails, ■ad How to Manicure Them,” sent postpaid on receipt of one dollar. The book alone will be mailed you for 10 cents. Address Ranol Manicure Co., Globe Building, Boston, Miss. Pillsbury s BbO I Is the Standard Flour of the World. THE SAME PEOPLE BUY IT ACAIN AND AGAIN. Pillsbury’s Plllsbnry's Best Best Keeps Old Customers Never and Makes New Ones. Disappoints the Bread-Maker. -AND IS SOLD By First Class Grocers S5.25 Per Bbl. COAL M2 WOOD, Birch Slabs & Edgings, and bundled kindling wood. BRUNS &’JOHNSON, 109 Wilmot Street. CONDKMKU STATKJ1KVT Insurance Company of North America ASSETS DEC. 31, 1900. Keal Estate ... . • •••$ 853,690.70 Mortgage Loans. l,712.l*4.U;» Collateral Loans .. 94.700.00 Slocks ami Bonds .4,932,217. on rash In Office and Bank. 916,001.32 Bills Receivable. 39,393.19 Agents’ Balances . 628,721.81 Interest and Kents. 20,983.19 Uncollected I'remiums. 282,800.00 All other assets. 27,472.00 dross Assets .$9,510,379.76 Deducted items not admitted. 33,683.00 Admitted Assets .$9,476,696.76 LIABILITIES DEC. 31. 1900. Net uni,ulil ln«.''. . * “S’JS'S Unearned Premium*. All oilier UaldltUos. ai..4..ji) •r«ui.•‘•2L-5&I2 Cash Capital.. ?•!!!"■'.*? “ Surplus over all liabilities.^. Total liabilities and Hurplus .$0,510,379.76 DAW A PINK1IAN, - Agent*, Porilaiid, Ale. Other Agents In Cumberland County—T. II. Kiiev Brunswick; It. H. MIDtll. ilorhaui; II. 11. Uliby & Son. Hrldglnn; K. 1*. Ouriwy. Y*r MISS A. L. SAWYER’S Scbodl oi S’ orthanl and Tipewrittij. 11 Centennial Block. #8 kich»nire St. Instruction given In Shorthand, Touch Typo 11 writing, Business Correspondence, etc. noWSeodu I The Ribbon You Need for your ty|»cw riter is the make that's guaranteed to be one of the best quality and one that will always print clear and wear well. We an Headquarters for the Best Ribbons. Neater work and longest wear Is the result of using Our Ribbons. C. O. BARROWS, Tmarittr Age .c;. • 30Ex change Stre»: /r Janccdtt MARKS PRINTING Established 1876. HOI Incorporated 1900. * * v w w 8. II. BROWX, Mavaokh. BOOK, CARD and JOB PRINTING, 97 1-2 Exchange St., Portland, Me. * * Call for BO VOX bTim i« 1LAM.ROA1H. Trains Leave Portland For Umntmfn, *.!(,». m, 1J8. am) •i.Ot p ra. Fw i.i. ,.«i roud.aia «.n.,i.8a. aad >«.«> p.m For Mnuirwl, and <lu«.«n ui а. ta. and *a.M p. m„ rraoliin* Montreal at 7.00 a. m., and 7J>> p. ra. For Qx.b»« at 6 p. m. Trains Arrive Portland. Frcm LcwUiea. •8.00. and 11.16 a. ra., 6 45 D. in. Krom Islaml I'oud, *4.00, and 11.19 A. Ok. б. 45 p. in. From 4hlc»*o, Montreal,and Husbee,*8.00 а. m.. and 6.45 p. m. • Dally. Othei trains week daya. Every Sunday ♦rain leares Portland for Lewiston. Gorham and Berlin at 7.90 a. m. Pullman Palace Heaping C.vi are run on ntghi trains and Parlor Care on day ualiis. Tlrkfl Ofliff. Depot at foot of India Street. in I fleet Uer. », I non. THAI NS LEAVE UNION STATION. UAII, »AY PQUAKK AS FOLLOWS: T.IWa. m. For Brunswick. I.ewlston (Lower) | Bath, Kocklaii *. Augusts, Waterville, Skowli-j. gan, Belfast, Bangui. Bucks port and Vanerboro connecting lor Ht. .lotn. tit Stephen, (Calais). Houlton and Woodstock. 8. w a. m. For Daavlll* Juncttoo. Rumfort Falls. Lewlstoo. Farmington. Kangeley and Waterville. lu.^5 a. m, For Brtmswlck. Bath. I^wlatou. i.'ardlner. Augusta. Waterville, Fitufle'.d. Bancor. Patten, Houlton and Caribou via B. A A. R. R. 13.40 n.. Express for Brunswick. Llshou Pa B I f« UtOO via Brunswick,August*. Water tllle, Newport, iiangor. Hucksport. Bar liar bor, Washington Co. It- R. uldtown. Greenville sea K itahdfit Iron Works. 12.55 p, in. For Dam Ule, JL.Rumfr.rd Falls, Beni la. Lewistea, Farmington. Carrabwiet, Raiiftlef. Bli)ghain. Waterville. Skowbogan. 105pm For Freeport,Brunawick, Rockland, K. a. i points, Augusta. Watervtllo. Skowne iau, Belfast, Dover and Foxcrolt. Greenville. Bangor, uldtown ana Mattawamkeag. and to iucksport Saturdays. б. 10 p. m For Brunswick, Bath, loklanl, Augusta and Waterville. 6. i& p. m. For Danville Junct an, Mechanic Falls and I.ewlston 11.00 p.m. Night Ex ore sa for Brunswick Bath. Lewiston, Augusta. Waterville. Mkow County rla OUliown. Bar Harbor, Hucksport. Waaufu.to i < o. R. K. Vanceboro, 6L Stephen (l a at*), Sr. Andrew*, St John and «l! Aroov look County rla Vance boro, Halifax and the Province*. The train cau g Saturday night does not coni ect to Belfast, l>exter. Dover and Foxcrof', nor beyond Bangor. WHITE MOUNTAIN DIVISION. AM a. ra. For Brldgtin. HarrUoti. Fabyan*. Burlington, l.anemeter, St. Johnsbury. Sher brooke. Qu'beo, Montreal. Chicago, St Paul aud Minneapolis. I. 05 p.m. For Saba to I-age, Cornish. Frye burg. North Conway. Fabyan*. Lancaster Colebrnok ami Bee^ner Fall*. «.00 p. m. For Sebagn Lake. Cornish, Brldg lou, Ha ris^n, North Couway and Bartlett SUNDAY TRAINS. T.2^a. tn. Paper tnlu for Bangor. Bath, and for Rockland except Ferry Transfer at Bath. 12.4 > p, iii. For Htuoswlck. Lewiston, Bath. Augusta, W terville and Bangor. II. 00 p. iu. Mg it Exoreis for all poloti ARRIVALS IN PORTLAND. From Bartlett. No. Conway and Cornlsn 8.25 a. m.; lew Is ton and Mechanic i alls R3i a. m.; Watervlile, Augusta and Rockland, 8 41 a. m.; Bangor aucusti and Rooklaua. Ilf. 15 p. ui.j Skowhegxr, Farmington, Rumford Fall* and Lewiston. 12.10 p. in.; Beecher Falls, rab yan* and Bridfton, li.6'» p. m.: Skowhegan. Waterv lie, Augusta and Kooklautf. 6.20 p m.; St. John. St. Stephens, (CaMsL Bar Harbor. Arot vtook County, Moosehead l^ake end Ban gor. 6.85 p. m.: Raugeley, Farmington. Ruin mrd FaPs and Lewiston. 5.43 p. in . Chicago, Montreal, Quebec, Fab vans. No. Conwav, Bridzton, 7.66 p. m.: Bar Harbor and Bangor. 1.23 a. m. dally; Halifax. St John, Houltoo, 8t. Stephen. Bar Harbor, Bangor, 3.50 a. m. SUM»Avs - Ham:or and Lewiston, 12.25 P- m.; Bangor. 1 25 a. m.; Ha Ifax, St. John. V aucc boro an l Bangor. 3.59 a. ra. CKO. F. I VANS. V. P & O. M. F. F.. BOOT I! BY. O. P. & T. A. OClOilH_ Portland & Rumford Falls Ry, In Effnl Oil. *4, IDOO. DEPARTURES. g.30 A. M. ami 12.55 noon. From Union station for Poland, Mechanic Falls. Buck Held. Can Ion. Dlxflcltl and Runtiord Falls. 8.30 a. in., 12.53 noon aiul 5.13 p. m. From Union Station for Mechanic Falls and Intermediate stations. 12.551)0011. From Union Station f«>r Beni is R. C. BRADFORD. Traffle Manager. Portland, Maine. E. L. LOVKJOY. Supcrimlent. jcisdlf Rumford Falls. Maine BOSTON k MAINE R. It. In Effect on. 8. l*t»o W KiTKn A uni^iw.v Trains leave Union Station lor bt»rbor-» Crossing, !».«> a. in., tf.-« p. m.; Hcarboro Uracil. Plue Point. 7.00. 10.00 a. m., 3.30. 5<r. 6.20. P. in.; Old Orchard. Saco, Bid deford, Kruufbank. 7.00 WO. 10.03 a. in. 12.30. 8.30. 8*23, X20 p. in • Kenurliiiukport, 7.00. 6»5'. 10.00 8. nn. i <’U 3.30, *5. 6 D. m. ; \Veil» Beach, 7.00, 8.3J a.ni.’ 3.30.'...23 p. !•*» * North Berwick, Hol llusfoi d, boiurriworlh, 7.00, 8.5 > 1 in., 12.30, 3.30, 3.25 p. in ; Mochester. Paruilug ton Alton llat, V\ oil boro, 8 50 ;k m .12.30, 310 'p. m.. Lakeport, Uiouiit, Weirs, Plymouth. 8.5 ) a. in.. 1X30 p. ra.; Manches ter. Concord and Northern counctlous, 7.00 a. m.. 3.30 p m.; Dover, liiaeter. Haver hill, Lawrence, Lowell, 7.00. 8.50 a. m., 12 30 3.30. p. iu.; Boston, 14.06, 7.00, AM a. BI.. 1X30, 3.30 p. in.; leave Boston for Portland, 5 5», 7.30, 8.3> a. in., 22.214.171.124, p in ; arrive Portland, 10.lo 11.50 a. in. 12.lo! 5.01. 7.60. p. m. glNDAl Til A I NS. Leave Uulon Station for Scar boro Beach, Pine Point. Old Orchard, Saco, Hlddeford. Kenncbuiik, North Ber wick, Dover, Eteter, Haverhill. Law rouce, Lo well, Boston. 1X55, 4 3J p. in.; arrive Hoaton, 5.18. >.'22 l» ni UASTKRN I>1V SION. Leave Union Station for Hoaton eM Waj Stations, P.00 a. ro , Btddefbrd, Klttery, PorUinontb, New bury port, Salem, Lynn, Uoatou, XtU. 9.00 a. m.. 1X46. *>00 p. IB.J arrive Boston X67 a ni, 12.40, 4.08, ®*0J p. m.; i^Hva Boston H' 7.30. 9.00 a. in.. 12.30, 7.«X 7.43 p. m., anlve Portland ll 45 a. ID.. 1X03 126.96.36.199. 10.45 p. Ul SC NBA V TRAINS. Leave Union Station for Hlddeford, lot tery, Poatemonth, Newbnryport, Salem, Lynn. Boston, 2.00 a. m., 12.45 p. ID., arrive Hostou 5.67 a. ra.. 4.CO p. ra. Learn Beaton for Portland, 0.00 a. m.. 7.00 p. m.. arrive fort* ' 12.10, 1X30 p. ra. >-Dally except M»nd »v. W. N. 1 P. DIV. Station foot of Pretile street. For Worcester, Clinton, Ayer. Nashua, Windham, ftCpulug, Manchester, Con cord ani Points North 7.34 a. rn. 12.33 i». in.; Rochester. tprlagvslP, Alfred, Water boro. Saco River, 7.34 a. HI.. 1X33, 5.33 p. ill.; Gorham, Westbrook, Cumberland Mllli Westbrook Jet., Woodford*, 7.33. 9.45 a HU 12.33, 3.0X fv33. 6.20 p. IT. Trains arrive from Worcester, 1.07 p. m.; Rochester. 8.25 a. in., 1.07, 6.48 p. m.; Gor ham and Way Stations, 6.40. 8.23. 1X47 x m. 1.07, 4-18. 5.48 D. IO. D. J. FLANDERS, G. P.A T A. HARPSWElL STEAMBOAT CO Beginning Nov. 13. 1900. Steamer Aticoelsei will leave Portland Pier, Portland daily. Sun day. eieepted. at *.00 p. in., tar Umg laland ^ItUe and (treat Che be ague. (UB Island. So arpaweU, Bailey's and Orr's Htond. Return tor Portland-Leave Orr's I»t»nd, am above Landings, 7.00 a. in. Arrlv. Portland 1&A1AU BAN ILLS, OM. Mgr. tlKAMKKa HAMBURG - AMERICAN LINE. Kcgtiliir Nnllingi Bctwcfn ■ I % *1BIIC4* mid POKTUIND (i if r ninny.) (Maine.) FROM FROM HAMltURH N't \ I UILINON. roilUND UUi Jan. . M. M. ‘Westphalia.” I 12th Feb. - S. H. Frisia.” 115th Krb. 3tot Jan, j H. S. ‘•(iramirta.” | 27th Feb. And regularly thereafter. ..Through rate* in and from all Inland points. r«>r further particular* apply to Hamburg American Packet Co., Fur.>>*8, Withy & Co., Limited Agent* PORT LAND, MAI.1t. dect9.l3m Portland & Boothbay Steamboat Co. ■TKAMRR K»TK1!Pnl»K Irain f'.i• t Ilnntl.lwy at 7 a. III. Monday, Wednesday ami Friday for FortUnd. touohlni at So. Brt.tnl Heron Islam), Boothbay Harbor and Squirrel 1 Keturidnc. leave Franklin Wharf. Portlnnd, at 7 a. in. Tu. sday. Thursday and Saturday for Squirrel l*bu>d(Bnnthhay Harbor. Heron Ii.aml, So. Bristol and Fast Boothbay. augldR AI.FIMD ItAfT., Manager. BOSTON al PHILADELPHIA. TKI-WEEKLV SA1USHS. From Boston Tueshf, Thursdij, Saturday F cm PhiladalpNlJ. Mon !aj. Wednjsdi/ end Fr.daf. From Central Wharf, Boston, 3 p. m. From PIue street Wharf, Phil tdelpbta, at3p. m. ln suranc * effected at office. Freight* for the West by the Penn. If. R. and South forwarded by connecting lines. Passage gi't.oo. Round Trip fISOO Meal* and room included. For freight or passage apply to F. P. W1 NO, Agent. Central Wharf. Hoston. K. It. Hampton, Treasurer and General Man ager, 99 State St, Fi.ske Hulldtatf, Boston, Mas*. oct22dtf ___ CASCO BAY STEAMBOAT CO. Custom House Wharf* Portland, Me. WEEK DAY TIME TABLE, la Kffect Krb. 1, IOOI. For Koreut Clfy Landing, Peaks Is land, 9.45. 9.00 A m.. 2.15, 6.13 p. m. For Llltle and Ureal Diamond Islands, and Trrfefhens Landings, Peaks IsL mid, F.45. 9.00. a. m.. 2.15. p. m. For Ponce’s Lauding, Long Island, 8.0), A m.. Gur)jNOf General Manager, nov.iotf DOMINION LINE. Portland to Liverpool. Steamer._From Forthy*! 2 p. m. Ciuiibromau, Tuesday. .Ian. 22nd •Unman. Wednesday, dan. :«Mli Vancouver, Saturday. Feb. ad •Ottoman. Wednesday, Feb. F'th Dominion. Saturday. Feb u-tii, Iambi>*ni»ii. Wednesday. 1 rb. 27th • *s. s. Human am! s. s. ottoman ’, freight boats. Bodon to LI erpoo’ »i\ Queeiivtowi Steamer. _ From Boston. New England. dan. :io. at r. oo a. m. Coiuinouwealth. Fob. H .at F-W ]>■ m. BATES OK PASSAGE. Ft rat Cabin $30.00 and up single. »«• turn fiw.no and up according to steamer and accommodation. arc n«l Cabin—$35.00 and upwards single. Jteturn—fO'j.SS and upwtuds, according to steamer. Mrrraitr To Liverpool. Derry, London. Queenstown, Belfast ami Glasgow. $25 to $28 Steerage out tit furnished free. Apply to T. P. McGOWAN, 4-jo Congress street, d. B. KF. \TING, room 4. First National Bank Building. CHAKLKS ASIlToN, 947 A. Congress street, or DAVIDTOKBANCK & CO., Montreal. octSdtl ALLAN LINE PORTLAHO TO LIVERPOOL Calling at Muvllle. From _ *rr^ul , Liverpool. Steamer. _Portland.^ ]9 .inn.Nmnidian.*• Feb. 24 dan....._ Corinthian— -9 Feb. 7 Feb. Tunisian.23 Feb. I --a poi)..Numidlan.13 March. •“•a i rl*.Corinthian.1C Mare It hatch or r\Hsn*i;. CABIN—foO.OO an I t pwards. ▲ reiuctlon «.! lower cent l« allowed on leturu tickets ex cept on lowest rates. br:roM» CABIN -To Liverpool, London or Lomion terry 535.00 lof40.no. m-i h:a«-.» l iv. r, ool, Loudon. Glasgow. Fel a i. 1. udouderiy or Q.eenstown, *2600 *i j • g t Prepaid ceitibwa e - $*!»•..*<». Children wilder 13 years, half fara. Kates to cr from otuer points on application to T. P. McGOWAN, 4*0 C o»sr#ee Nt., Port la ud, Me. u , __ Koiclga WMoahip Agewr. He*™ H rivet National Bawls B«U4la|, Pert *«<*• .. A. I ’ ; , V "■ ' The «taunch and elegant steamers “TKF MONT” and “BAY STATE” alternately leave FranUHn wharf. Port'and. and India * barf. Boston, at 7.00 p. m. daily, Sundays ex ’Fhese steamers meet every demand of modem ; steamship service In safety, sjKjed, comfort aud luxury of travelling.! Thnmgh tickets for Providence, Lowell, Wor 1 cester. New York. etc., etc. ,j. p. i.isroMli, General Manager, i THOMAS M. BAKTLETT. Agent. maim: steamshIFcoT I.004 Sountl hy Daylight. \i:w YORK DIRECT I.INE. three trips Per Week. K «lii< « «l Fmii n -$£.00 one war The steamships Horatio Mali. and Manhattan alternately leave Franklin wharf. Poitland. Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat urdays. atop. m. for New York direct. Re turning. leave Pier 38. E. R., Tuesdays, Thurs days and Saturdays at 3 p. in. These steamers are superbly fitted and fur nished for passenger travel and afford the most ! convenient and comfortable route between Portland aud New York. J. F. I.ISCOMB, General Agent. THOMAS M. BARTLETT. Agent. i International Steamship Co. _t on.... ’ E? stood. lubeo, Calais. St John N B. Hallfu, N.S. ! and all parts of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, ! Prinoo Edward Island and Cape Bretcn. The favorite route to Canipobello ami SL Andrew., N. B. Winter rule, #S.OO. W1VIKH AltHANOKllKHT. On and after Monday, December ill, steamers will leave Railroad wharf, Portland on Monday at 5.U0 p. ui. Returning leave St. John, hastport and Lubeo Thursday. 1 Through tickets Issued aud baggage checked to destination, y Freight received up to 4.00 P For tickets and staterooms apply at the Pine Tree Tloket office. a;o Middle street or for other Information at Company’s office, Railroad wharf foot of State street. ! J. F.LISOOMB, Superintendent, i H. P. HERStV, Agent.