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WAR M OVER.
Proclamation From Steyn and DeWet. British Accused of About Every Crime. Have Disregarded Conventions of Geneva and Hague. Have Maligned the Boers Everywhere. * British Warned to Dostroy No More Properly. Port Elizabeth, Wednesday, February Mu — 'the following proclamation bas been issued by President .Steyn and General Be Wet: Be It known to all men mat war wbinb baa been forced upon Transvaal repubHoJoy the British government, still rages over bouth Africa, that all the customs of civilized warlare and also the conven tion of Genova and The Hague are not obaerved by the enemy, who have not sornpled, contrary to the Geneva con vention, to capture doctors and ambu lances and deport them In order to ore vent oar wounded from getting medical assistance; that they have s.*!z»d ainbn lanoe material appertaining thereto; that they have not hesitated to have re course to primitive rales of warfare con trary to the solemn agreement of The Hague to arrest neutrals and denort them, to send out maruadlng bands to plUDder, burn and damage burghers’ private property; that they have armed TZj*- Kaffirs and natives and osod tnsm against us In the war; that they haye been continually oapturlng women and chil dren and old and lnllrm men, and thnt there have been many deaths a nong the women because the so-called Christian enemy had no consideration for women on a sick bed or whose state of health should have protected them Irani rough treatment. Honorable women and ten der ohlldren have not only been treated roughly, but have been Insulted by sold iers, by erder of their officers. Moreover, old mothers and women nave been raped, even wives and cblldren, and the proper ty of prisoners of war even of killed bur ghers, has not b?en respected. In nmnv Instances the mother and father have been taken,the houg3 has been unprotect ed and all have been left to their fat3, an easy prey to savages. The worll has untruthfully been In formed cy tne enemy that tney nave Been obliged to carry out tble destruction be cause tbe burghers blow up the lines, cut the wires and misuse the white llag. Nearly all ot tbe houses in tne republics have been destroyed, whether In tbe neighborhood cf tbe railroad or not. The alleged misuse ot tbe white Hag Is simp ly a continuance cf the everlasting calumny a alnst which tbe Afrikander has bad to stiire since tbe time God brought him Into oontact with tbe hng llsbman. Robbing bis opponent ol goods only does not satisfy Mm; be la not satlsbed until be has robbed him of bis good name, also. 'X'bey state to tbs world tbat tbe republics are conquered and tbat only bare and there small plunder ing bands are continuing tbe strife In an Irresponsible manner. This Is an un truth. 'Tbe republtos are not conquered. The war ts not Unished, The burgher forces of the two republics are still led by responsible leaders, as from tbs oommeuoement of tbe war, un der the supervision of tbe governments ot both republlos. Tbe taot of Lord Roberts and Lord Kltobener choosing tbe term "marauders'' in designating bur ghers, does not rnaks tbsm snob. When was the war over? Perhaps after the battles In whloh Irregulars captured the enemy and totally vanquished them. The burghers would be less than insn It they allowed tbe enemy to go unpunished after Ill-trsatlng their wires and destroy ing their houees from sheer lust of de struction. Therefore, a portion of the burghers resent It. Gape Colony will not only wage war, bat will be in a position to take reprisals,as It has already dene. Z In the case of ambulanoes, therefore, we warn tbe oltioerc ot His Majesty's Had To Conquer Or Die. "I was just about cone,” writes Mrs. Rosa Hlcherdson, of Laurel Springs, N. C., "I had Consumption so bad that the best doctors said I could not live moro Ilian a month, but I began to use Dr. King’s New Discovery and was wholly cured by seveu bottles and am now stout, and well.” It is an unrivaled life-saver in Consumption, Pneumonia, La Grippe and Bronchitis; infallible for Coughs. Colds, Asthma, liay Fever. Croup or Whooping Cough. Guarnteed bottles50o and $1.00. Trial bottles free at H. P. S Gould's drug store. troops that unl#*e they MM* tlon of tb* proparty of tha republic*. W* shall wraak Tsngenno# by destroying the property of Hie Majesty * subject* who are unkindly disposed. But Id order Vi avoid Ming rationderetood, we here by openly declare that their wises and children will alwaya b* unmolested. W« request nothing from other brothers In the colony, but ooll on them, as well ai on the olsillzsd world, to assist, In behalf of our Joint civilisation and Christianity, In patting an end to the barbarous man ner of the enemy's warfare. Our prayer will alwayi bo that Uod, our Father, will not desert ua In this un rlgbteoue itrife, (Signed) Steyn and DoWet. SEVERE FIGHTING. ftocrs Inlfir Heavy !.*■■ In Kegage nirttt With British. London, February SB.—Th* war office hae reoelved the following from Lord Kitchener: “Klorkidorp, Febmary 31. “Metbnen's force marohed here having cleared the oountry through Wolmaran (tad. “At Haartbeestfonteln, fourteen hu n dred Boers, under Uenazals Be Vllllers and Llendenberg opposed him. They hell a strong position obstinately, bnt were turned oat after severe lighting In whlob the yeomanry, the Victorian busbmen and the Lanoashlres dlstlngnUbed them selves. Car casualt ies were three offioers and thirteen men killed and nve officers and twenty-nve men wounded. The Doers left eighteen dead on the ground and suffered severely.'* -DOBBS CAPTGBB TRAIN. Johanneaburg.February 31.—The Boers destroyed a culvert between Hatal SDiult and Klip river on the railroad Just south of here at dawn tolay. They oaptnred a train load of food stuffs and, after tak Ing all they oouia conveniently carry. Bet Ore to the rent and dlanpDeared over the veldt. BOEHM IN UEPJLOHABLK STATE. London, February SI.—A epeolal dee patch from Pretoria, dated February SU. Bays eight hundred Boere passed l’lenare river yeeterday, moving In the direction of Nylettrom, a pornt about eeventy-Bve mlb e north of Pretoria and on the rnll rosd between Pretoria and Petersburg. It Is snpposed they purposed dlecusslug the question of deserting and surrender. -They were In a deplorable elate, their clothing was In rage and many were riding donkeys, while others 'nudged afoot. All appeared tj be In the greatest distress. ROW IN BROOKLYN CHOIR. Mlu Mncouda, Soprano, l.uj • Iter I>1« clmrge to Spite Work, (N. Y. Sun.) Mrs. Charlotte Walter*, well known In musical circles as Miss Charlotte Ms oomta, wife of Treasurer Walter# of the Garrick Theatre, will terminate her en gagement as Koprano In the quartet choir ol the First Kerormed Church in Seventh avenue and President street, lirooklyn, on May 1. Miss Maaouda has long been regarded as one of th* leading church soprano slogers In lirooklyn ana has been a favorite with the Congregation of the First Church. Much unfavorable com ment, It Is raid, has been made on the action of the musical committee of the consistory In ref ising to renew her en gagement, and questionable pressure, It Is declared, wai brought to bear on the committee to lolluenoe It against her. Mks Macon da herself attributes her dismissal to her action In rebuking some young people who had systematically an noyed her while singing In the church last winter. Sue said yesterday: “T wo young women, daughters o! oue of the influential member# of tbe church, were acoustomed to sic directly unuer me oholr. Kvery Sunday night they were accompanied by two young men, one of whom was about -7 years old and a mem ber of the churoh, I think, and related to one of the best families In tbe churoh. These four young persons seemed to de rive much amusement from my singing They would sit and giggle and nudge eaoh other every time l had any solo part to sing. Finally the young men began to mimic me. Whenever 1 took a high note, during which 1 had to open my mouth, both the young men would stretch thslr mouths wide open and tbe two glrle would giggle. This went on every Sunday night for a month One night after tbe service 1 went to the older of the two young men and told him in as kindly a way as 1 could that If he knew how great an em barrassment his notions were to me 1 was sare be would not oontluun them. He beoame iDdtgnant and denied that he had even done tbe things 1 spoke of. Then 1 lost my temper a little and told him what I thought of his actions. The matter was then taken up by tbe oonsletory and 1 was not annoyed any more. It gave rise, however, I believe, to a division In the coDslstory and If 1 am not mistaken the liev. Ur. J. M. rarrar, the pastor, took sides with the friends of the young people 1 had rebuked. This is, 1 believe the real reason I have been dismissed from tbe oholr. When the new mnsloal committee took oharge Mr Hall, tbe chalrmaD, came to me and blnntly an nounced that they had decided upon a change Id the choir and could not, of course, ask me to give np my oonoert work. He vlld not offer me any contract to sign or make any proposition In regard to reengagement 1 know of no possible reason for tee action of tbe oommlttee exoept the affair of last winter and tbe division of feeling which It caussd ’• The Hev. Ur. Farrar said that the records of the consistory show that Miss Maoonda’s retirement was due to her re fusal to give up her outside oonoert work “At the present time,” he said, "her contract permits her to do outside work ae a coooart singer If she provides us a substitute. Tbe Lew mnsloal committee determined that Miss Maoonda should give her uodlvlded services to the church and the consistory appioved of this ac tion. Mita Maconda rerused to algo a contract with this provision. That Is all there le to tbe matter so far as relations of Miss Maoonda to tbe oonslstory are con oerned Naturally, there are a great many people in the church keenly disap pointed at tbe loss of Miss Maoonda. She Is undoubtedly a wonderful singer, bat we needed her entire servloes, and ebe was unwilling to give them to ns ” Mite Maconda a few months ago re fused a Uatterlhg offer from the Waahlng ton Avenue Haptlet Churoh. She has ill led eeveral engagements In grand opera. Tbe servloes of Mr. Carrier, tbe bass, who was engaged to till ont the year when Ur. Marshall retlrad, will also be dispensed with on May 1, I TO BE IWESTIGVTED. Exposure of House’s Domestic Affairs. Some Employees Have Been Drawing Double Salaries. Charges Made By Mr. Dinsmore of Ark. Mr. Hepbnrn Inveigh* Against Hazing at West Point. v Washington, February 81.—Thle waa another field day In tbe House. Two dietlnot aeneatlona occurred. Karly In tbe day, daring the oonalderatlon of an amendment to tbe deficiency bill to pre vent bazlng at tbe naval academy, Mr, Hepbnrn of Iowa, ueed exceedingly strong language while lnveigblng agalnet tbe praotlce of hazing. | Mr. Cannon of llllnole and Mr. Dayton ; OI V»e»B Ylrlgnia warm 17 ubhuwu i»uo I navy. Tbe atlr caused by Mr. lJspburo's speech, however, was mild compared with the row Kicked up later over come Items In tha bill for extra compensation to em ployes of tbe House. Mr Ulnsmore of Arkansas exposed the fact that one of the employes of the House, while occupying one position, was drawing a salary for another and that the difference between the salaries woe to be made up In one of the Items of tbe bill. This led to a gener al ventilation of the domestlo affairs of the House during wblob Mi* Halley of Texas, declared that the situation was a scandal upon the Integrity or the House. At the close of the session, Mr. Hallsy offered a resolution for the appointment of an Investigating committee wblob was referred to the committee on rales npon the assurance of Mr. Fayne, the majority leader, that It would be reported at onoe. Tbe general deficiency bill—the last of the appropriation bills -was passed. IN' THE SENATE. Washington, February SI —For nearly two hours today, the Senate had under | dlscnsslon a resolution by Mr. Jones of | Arkansas to discharge the judiciary com | mittee from further consideration of the , anti-trust bill passed by tha House at the last session aud to bring It before the Senate for consideration. The resolution 1 finally went to tbe oalendar. i During tbe remainder of the afternoon tbe post office appropriation bill was on ; der discussion. After a prolonged contest the appropriation for pneumatic tube ser vloe was eliminated entirely, so that as the bill stands now, tbe service will have to be discontinued after tbe first of next July. The old controversy over the special ap propriations for fast mall aervtoe received attention tbe rest of toe day.lt wus decid ed to begin holding night sessions tomor row night. . THE TWO A. B.’S, FT« led bit rlasa in college, and be took Tlie degree- ■ The respectable degrae— Of A B. J There waa aomeHiing in hi* look ilia refined aud con lie look— l" | That enabled men to see At a glance that he had studied and was wise. He had carried off a frice For an essay on Elizabethan aril He was deep in all the lore ) That professors may impart; , lie had learned a score or more Of the elegies by heart 1 She Was a beautiful “coed,** With a head As full as it could be Of the knowledge that professors iu their wisdom pase around. She was pretty and profound. Yea, bewitching and profound! She was all her anxious parents ever hoped that she might be, and she boasted the degree Of A. B.— The distinguishing degree Of A. B They loved and wedded, he and she. lie, with his proud degree, Took the beautiful A. B., And in time it came to pa» that another, sweet and wee. Dropped from heaven down to add to all the glad ne-as in their hearts, Came to bless the sacred union of those bachelor* of arts. And he And she. Each with the fine degree Of A. B., Each distinguished and profound. All unstrung, would run around, Spilling things and falling blindly over chairs, When the everlasting pin Would begin Mixing in lT»e protesting little aufTcrer’s affairs 1 And they’d whoop. Wildly whoop, for help from others if it showed a sign of croup — Or grumbled at the ache That a little wind may make, And, panting, they would ait— Full of wonder—they would ait When tike uuree would quiet it— The nurse who didn’t even know the mMming of A. B., / Didn't know what alma mater meant and didn’t care at all, And he And sire. Each with the proud degree Of A. B„ Would crawl At her feet. Overpowered by the wisdom she possessed, And, with confidence, resigning to her tender care the sweet Little sum of all their hopes, behold it cuddled on her breast And bow shamefaced when she Told them they didn’t know a, b, O—* Each with the proud degree— The dignifying degree— Of A. B. ^Chicago Times Herald. SOUTH PORTLAND. . KACINO AT CLAHK’8 POND. This afternoon tbe Orel race at Clarke Pond will be between Mr. David Mur dock's Ullly and Mr. William Deeban'e mars, Lacy Wilkes. Botk horses have a Una teoord and those Interested In the sport may be sure of a contact to tbe ttnleh. It la understood that (100 has been pnt np on each side. The other two raoee will be for SO bnshela of oats eaob and tbey will be for green horses and those having a three mtnnte mark. The same officials who presided at last Saturday's rac» will be present and have oharge of the raolng. Mr. Edward D. Jordan, of Mayevllle, spent tbe Dost week with relatives at Pond Cove ana Bowery Beach. Mr. Fred P. Murray Is erecting two Une cottages near tbe Two Lights Miss Ulydle M. Dyer has so far re covered from her recent Illness as to ns out. Mr. Harry Phillips, of Kooklsnd, was In town tbs past week, calling on friends. Mrs. W. D Murray and son, Alonso, are spending the week with relatives at Bow ery Beaoh. Tbs Misses Carrie and May Hannaford of Portland, are visiting their grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Han naford. This evening at the Union Opera house the Unlversallst Society will give a sup per and entertainment which will oon tain features appropriate to “Washing ton's birthday. Tbe talent will be pro vided by the Church of the Messiah In Portland. The Kepnblloan club to-night will give a supper to the nominees ol the Kepnb lloan party, and the tables will be spread In Ossie hall. The funeral of Mrs. Kellance Flokstt will tabu nlaaa fanm hup latM IWBlllunnA at 3 onlock to-day 'l'he History club had a very pleasant meeting last evening with Miss Basle Jordan, of Willard, Washington Irving was the author discussed. Mr. Alfred M. Woodbury returned Wed nesday from Halley's Island where he at tended the funeral of his grandfather, Hebert Merrill York of that place, who died atthe advanced age of elghty iwo. Miss Jennie Bkolleld has gone to Can dy s Harbor for a two weeks visit. Miss ltuth Webster of C street, Kntgbt rllle, Is recovering from an attack of the grippe. Mrs. Gideon HhebaDk of Willard It re covering from her recent severe sickness The Ladles’ Aid will meet with Mrs. Jewett, Stanford street, Friday ofter dood, Feb. UUd. FLEAS ANXDALE. Mr. W. E. Dyer is making extensive Improvements in the Interior of his store, oorner Kelsey and Summer streets. Mia Herbert Gardner, Kim etreet, un derwent n surgical operation at her home on Tuesday. Mr. A. H. Waterhouse, Kelsey street, has accepted a position as car Inspector in the H. & M yard Mr. Robert Logan Sr , Chestnut street. Is suffering from a severe altaok of bron chitis. Mrs. P. A. Longley, Elm street, is passing a tew days at Rochester, the home of her sister. Lowell Goodwin, Chapel street, Is en tertalntng his oousln, Harold Goodwin, of Woodtords. 'The programme of the old folks’ con cert to be given at Elm street oburch promises to be a very Interesting one Miss Eurene Uenzlger le to be the soloist The programme in full, also the date, will be announced later. Miss Ldna Jordan of South Portland Heights has been the guest of Mrs Horry Latham, Summer street. * WIT AND WISDOM. Mi rf Work to Do. An old couple in the weft of Scotland removed to a large town, nnu iuc baud bought nn alarm clock to wake him it the morning, ns he had to go some dis tance to his work. A few wet.ks afterward the couple got tuo young men as lodg- rs, who asked to be awakened at the same time as them selves. When the husband was winding up the clock that uight, his wife said to him: “Non, Jock, yo’ll hue to gie the clock a guid winding the nicht. Ye ken it has two mair to wakeu the mornLoudon fcpure Moments. Important to Mothers. Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for infants and children, aud see that it Bear* the Signature of la Use For Over 30 Year#. The Kind You Have Always Bought. Pleased to Meet Him. •‘You always look pleased when you meet Jibbs.*’ “Yen; he once tried to cheat me and touldn’t.**—Chicago Record. l'he Cheapest Is Poutl’s Ktiract, because me ‘ Small” bottle, 50 cts.. has more beneficial ’fleet than one gallon of other preparations sold 1 U being the “same as” or “equal to” Pond's Extract. For all paius and Soreness. LATE MARINE. 'Tory Island, February 21 — Passed it earner Norwegian, Portland, Me., for ilasgow. Liverpool, February 21.—Arrived, iteamer Corinthian, Portland; sailed, iteamer Vancouver, Portland, Me. Philadelphia, February 21.—Cleared, barge Ephrata, for Portland, (In tow of mg Carbonero); Henry Clay, for Port nnd, In tow tug Gettysburg Delaware Breakwater, February 21.— Sailed from Overalls, tug Piedmont with barge C, Baltimore for Portland. The Yacht olub enjoyed one of their monthly smokers last night which was largely attended. DALTON & CO., 53 EXCHANGE ST. Real Estate. Exchanges Made i’ailj. decTdtf FOR SALE— Honse No. ft] Concord 8t, two tenements, separate entrances, back and front, steam heaters, eight rooms In each rent, double parlors on the street. 7000 feet of land, sewer, Bebago, electric lights, every modern convenience, hot and cold water, In fine con dition. Will rent for |500 a year. DALTON & CO., 53 Exchange street. feb'JOdtf FOR SALK—New house, eight (ft) rooms and bath on Brighton Avenue, near Fessenden I’ark; every modem Improvement, sewer, Bebago, fireplace, heated, electric lights, 6000 feet of land directly on car line. Price only •anon. Terms very easy same as rent. DALTON & CO., 53 Exchange street. _ febiadlf FOR BALE-On Peering avenue, opposite Fessenden Park, modern eight (ft) room bouse with bath, electric lights, sewer, cemented cellar, open fireplace, hardwood floors, large piazzas, heated, fine location, large lot of land, more If desired. Price only 93806. DALTON & CO., 53 Exchange 8t. fobtkltf FOlt BALE—New eight (ft) room house on Lawn avenue, l>eerlng Highlands; four (4) living rooms, four (4) chamber# and bath ; fine location, sewers, near two (2) car lines unsur passed neighborhood. near schools ami churches, finished In cypress, every modem convenience. A beautiful suburban home. •3*oo. any reasonabloterms of payment DAL TON & ( O.___feM*l t f FOR SALE—Ten (10) room honse. 52 Olen wood avenue; every modem con venience, bath, electric lights, fireplace, heat, hard wood floors, set tubs, etc.; lot ssxllo: fine location; will be sold very low If taken uow. DALTON & CO.. $3 Exchange St. II tf „ COK BALE—New house Stevens’ avenue eight room* ami bath, thoroughly plumbed and heated, electric light*, Are place, cemented cellar,etc. No reasonable offer refused. DAL TON 6i t o., 53 Exchange St. ll-tf Houses Everywhere ALL PRICE*. Dalton tfc OO., 53 EXCHANGE ST. FOU BALE—New bouse at Fast Peering, seven (7) rooms and bath, twelve (12) min utes from City Hall, furnace heat, large piazza, sewer. Sebago. electric lights. Will be sold at a great bargain. Easy terms. DALTON & CO., 63 Exchange street. 11-tf FOR SALE—Choice building lots at Oakdale. Fessenden Park, 1 leering Highlands and also choice cottage lots at Ottawa Park (C liff Cottage). Cape Kli/.abefh. All kinds of real estate taken In exchange. Easy terms. DAL TON & CO.,63 Exchange street. ll-tf FOR RALE—Those magnificent building lots on Faison *‘u, Pitt, William and Dart mouth streets, <akda e. Perfect electric car service, sewers, sidewalk* and Bebago; sure to advance to double their present co*t; Interest only 6 per cent; other property taken In ex change; It will pay you to Investigate. PAL TON & CO,, 63 Exchange street. octltdlf MISCELLAJIEori. I A PI EH TAKE NOTICE—Wo aro now show 3 lug our ncu line of Shirt Waist Good*. HASKELL & JONES, Monument Square. 1*1 Hf ONKY TO LOAN on first and second mort ivl gages on Real Estate also loans made on stock* and bonds or any other good collateral securities. Inquire of A. C. LI BUY & CO., Exchange St. janl2-4 "DESIRABLE HUSBANDS AND WIVES" may bo obtained through the New England Agency. Ladles’ names received free. Send stamp lor particulars. Address CONG HERB ST., Portland. Me. febu-itn Deering Highlands LAND AND HOUSES. DALTON & CO., 53 Exchange St. FEMALE HELP WANTED. Forty worita Inserted under UiU head one week for ‘i > dents, cask In advance. \trANTED— A lady to appoint and instruct H demonstrator'; X12.0J per week and ex penses. Address BURBANK CO., Box 1557. 1 _1*1_ nr i V’Trrt 4 nlrl (n Worts 111 !4 ? 1 Mus. BERNSTEIN. A) India St. l*-i mediate and a cure follows. It la not drying—<loea not produce sneezing. Large Size, 50 cent a at Drug gists or by mail; Trial Size, 10 cents by mall. ELY BROTHERS, 50 Warren Street, New York. mmmmmmmammammmmmamm NATURE’S CHOICE “KO-IMUT” A I’ure Sterilized Cocoanut Fat. Never gets rancid. Twice tlio shortening power of lard. For Shortening and Frying. Guaranteed free from animal matter. Ask your Grocer, or write. India Refilling Company, 8N. Market St., Boston, New England Agents. INDIA REFINING CO., Philadelphia. Sole MTr's. In old eases where Doctors fall use ZY-MO A non poisonous cure for ulceratiou, irritation and tiiinanimaUon of the mucous uienihraues.aud all private diseases Including Stricture. No matter how many Drs. or so-called remedies you have tried without relief Zymo is guaran teed to cure or money refunded. Cures uew cases in 48 hours aiul old cases in from c to U days without pain. Ifvou are in doubt about your case write our Dr. for tree advice. Zyiuo sent plainly wrapped to any address lor f l.oo. Address THE AMERICAN REMEDY COl, No. tta Music Hall, Boston, Mass. declieodtf TO LET. forty words Imr.M uadrr this head work for 95 Mnli. easla la advance. TO LET—-irppar tenement ot seven rooms, five on flat with bath. two attic chambers, good cemented cellar; family of mu Its pre ferred ; ready for occupancy on or about March 1st Apply ou premises, 83 V EsPF.lt ST. 22-1 ROOMS and board In a private family ; steam heat, electric lights, bath and telephone; rooms large and sunny; tabic supplied with a good variety of food well served. 765 CON | OKr.SS ST. 21-1 l O LET- -Large front room and small room on 1 • same floor. Will let singly or together, i very favorable terms to good party. Call at 31 . 1‘lWKhT. 20-1 TO LEASE (»K FOR RALR-The first of' Mareh,TBaereaof land on mek island, i Ixing Island Flantation, Me. Suitable for gran He quarries. Apply to LAURA E. NICE, j McKinley. Maine. 20-1 i FESSENDEN PARK m Tii DALTON & CO., S3 Exchange St. fTO LET -5 room tenement corner Greenleaf • A Everett Sts.; also 3 room tenement same house all newly fitted up. painted and papered complete. $6 per month J rooms; $r> per month 6 rooms. Apply to SUBURBAN* REALTY CO., 63 Exchange St. 20-tf IJIOU RENT—121 Oxford street, 6 rooms;93 ’ Washington avenue, c rooms; 48 Stone, 7 rooms; 122 Oxford, « rooms; 25 Dow, 6 room*»; Grant near State. 7 rooms, hath, etc., 918.00; and many others In different locations. FRED’K j S. V’AlLL. Real Estate, 1st National Bank. HM TO LET—Nice room for one or two ladies In a private family; references given and re I qulred. Inquire 143 FRANKLIN ST., City. | Ring right hand bell. 19-1 TO LET—Two (2) of the finest flats in the city; one down stairs, seven (7) rooms, new. all modern Improvements, 920.no; one sec .i.wl fliuir bavai, l?i rnnnw uII vui'v Hnt> S,'R fm • both rents very sunny, sure to please any one. L. M. LEIGH TON, 63 Exchange street iffcs TO LET. * 2—5 room irnpmpim, newly Oiled up, pninleil, iiiipcrcd mill wliiieni'J IliroiiKhoul, wwer connection*. The be*l clecirlc cur service nny w here iiboul (lie cliy, itn'l story rent, Jftin.oo !»• story, itl 11.110 per mtHilh If let ul once. If not litken before Jlnj l«t price will be one dollur per monlh more. Apply to SUBURBAN REALTY CO., 53 Exchange Hf„ or G. E. 151.iSH, Knlghtvllle. Cottage at Peak’s Island To Let, Itlnillniid cotlnire, .Hunted on Island Ave., Peak’s Island Is to let for sninmcr of liiOI. This is one of the finest colludes on ihc Island. Apply to SI Itl It If A .\ REALTY C:0„ 33 Exchange street. lobl&Uf Tenement to i.KT-one-haif »t imwMi Vesper street, containing six room*. no connection with other half. Twelve dollars per month. Enquire ol ('. A. I'LL MMFK. 60 Uuton street. 16*1 TO LET—Nice, pleasant, sunny room by day or week with bath room privileges , none but quiet, respectable jieople need apply. Fall or address 61 True St., Portland. 13 2 I.i OK KENT— Storage, wharfage and dockage. on Sturdivant’s Wharf, foot of Park St., for vessels, lumber and general merchandise, at moderate prices; good facilities for vessels to load and unload to and irotn cars. Apply FlCKDEltlt K S. V A ILL. First National Lank, or WM. K. \N 11.LIARD, 430 Commercial st. leblJdlm Seashore Property, ALL KINDS. DALTON & CO., 53 EXCHANGE ST._ 110 LET—Pleasant ami convenient rent, 7 rooms and bath, steam heat. 10 SULK MAN 8T., or enquire of iX B. DOTKN. 107 Commercial street, dccl’dtf THOU RENT—Upper tenement of eight rooms m ' oc.siucs uaui non nan-*. urwn jiaimni. im pcred and tinted, all first class, steam heat In quire 44 PEERING 81 _ feb> . rro LET—-Lower tenement 232 High strict. * nine room*. hot water heat, modern con veniences, pleasant and centrally situated, good yard room, in fact a most desirable rent liberal concession to good responsible party. For par ticulars address F. E. DOCKERfY, Box him. felv.M 1'0 LET—Tenement of 8 rooms and hath, all in perfect order, sunny exposure and large sard, cemented collar, Lancaster street corner of Will not. A pply to 22 WIL.MOT. decifttf DEERINC REAL ESTATE. Dalton cfc Oo., 33 EXIH INOE ST. Ito LET—Furnished room with excellent ta ble board; suuuy front room; hot water heat. hath. gas. near corner Pane and Congresi streets, and electrics. No. ft CONGRESS FAR K._noviadtf OFFICE OR FACTORY BUILDING - The first floor of the building occupied by the American Kipress Company on Fluin street is offered for rent. Apply to E. a. NOYES, Fort laud Savings Bank. lO-tr WASTED—MALE II KIP \E7 ANTED — Experienced carpet layer, If acquainted with drapery work as well; large pay and steady work. Answer, giving ex perience and reference, to H. C. 11., General Delivery, woodfords. Me. 21-1 W ANTED-A man that ean repair bicycles, f f L. W. BBADSTREKT, m Congress St. 20-1 T1TANTED—Two young men to learn busi *" ness and take road position; $12.00 per week ami expenses w ith chance to advance, Address MAN! 1-At TI RRB, BOX 10B7. lsv-l \VT ANTEIV-A tlrtig clerk in a first class f v store, one with several years experience, good references required. Address SENNA, P. 0. Box 1777. 1S-1 POSIT ION a'll N DERTII EGO VR ItN MEN?! Thousands of appointments will he made from Civil Service examinations to be held every where In March ami April. Catalogue of informa tion free. COLUMBIAN CORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE, Washington, D, C. 11-2 HALL'S BARBER SCHOOLS, 735 Washlhg ton St., Boston, elegantly equipped, wages Saturdays, terms moderate; tools, trial, lodg ings, railroad ticket and catalogue free. Send fl. for “Hall’s Barber Manual,” explaining every movement In learning barbering, illustra ting the different styles of hair euttiug, beard trimming, with rules, recipes, eto. Write to day. feb8-4 WANTED—First class sheet Iron and metal v v worker, one used to furnace work. Steady work to the right man. I Apply to WM. FORBES A SONS. Lawrence, Mass. State age, ability and wages wanted. Nine hours per day. *2 -- ———i—r—na* _ron I ALB. Forty word* Inserted aider this head »»e work for U eenta, cash la odraao* FOR hale—Hotel Hcselton, Hknwhegan. Maine, one of the best hotel pro|>ertle.s in the state, must ho sold to close the edate ; It H»w one hundred rooms well furnished. steam [teat, electric lights, electric bells and every thing that g<e*s with an up-to-date hotel, with two Targe stables with 06 stalls; nearly one aero Mlland on tlie the main street, near depot; Is doing a prosperous business and will bear tho closest Investigation; if not sold at private salo r>n or before March Mil will be sold at public auction March ilst. IW>1. Would like to hear rrpmanyeme baking for property of this kind, p Yv* u* iLTON, Skow began, Maine. * • o. Box TJn. 21-2 TAOR SALE—At a bargain, farm containing A onehtuidred acres fine hay land; Just the I dace for a milkman; situate.I near Kiv-rton, •'or further particulars inquire of A. C. Mil BY Si LO., 48| Exchange street. 21-2 FOR RALE—2} story house containing s rooms, furnace heat, watar closet and gas with stable and good *ixed lot of Ian i. sliuatea in Elm street, near Portland 61 Rochester K. R. Kor further particulars Inquire of A. r. I.IBHY b CO , 42| Exchange street. .12 rOR HALE—Confectionery, Ice cream amt *■ lunch parlor; best location in the city. Inquire of F. N. CALDKRWOOH. Portland, Me. i'll EM*R SALE—Three flat house, very fine loca ^ lion and central, always rented. flr«t time offered. n«> better real estate investment In Portland. Inquire of 1. P. BUTLER, is 1 Ex change street. JO-2 VOK HALE—The property situated on Oum * t»erlaiid SL, on Munjoy Hill, consist.ng of a double house, now rented tor#3T».wpermonth, with corner lot. containing over 9200 square fret [>f land. Price low. Inquire of A. 1. LIBBY & CO., 42 1-2 Exchange street. ift-2 I,’OR HALE—Best real estate Investment In * Portland, block of houses In perfect repair, first chus central location, rents #i.O"> i»or inniun, first time offered Price #6,030. W. If. WALliKON A CO., itw Middle street. 18-1 I’OK HALE—House of 8 large rooms and line * bath, steam heat House In perfect re pal 1. corner lot, situated on Forest avenue, opposite the flue grounds of W. W. Brown, Esq. Inquire UA FOREST A Vt£. is-l I^OR SALE Boarding or lodging hot 1 cen trally located and doing a line business, good reasons for selling; will bear thorough in vestigation ; price moderate. For full particu lars 11 t.nlv I' I; K I»I' 1 • 11 I.' V V' VII i I,,.* National Hank Building. lti-1 OAKDALE LOTS. r<-kM'iul. ii. 1**1 f, Wllimi) :tu(l D-trmioutli Mu. Dalton cfc Co., 63 EXCHANCE ST. uoveoltf FOR SALK—T>r. Ahak‘* giu.n Indian stom ach and Blood Itemed y. I; will i-ur. *1 vs* pepsia and all stomach trouble- I • \\. IIES KLTl NE ft CO., Cong ets, uid C. K NKW< o\fB, 63 Vt 134 TTtOR SALE—At very loprice, horizontal 17 boiler and engln*- s h, n. pulleys, |»lno and fitting*, steam pump. 'diaMin Ac. \\. V, DRESSER. No. so 1 X. !m g *tie«-t. S-J DOR SALE—I'an (Ilaud;. In good eondl T tion. for only - v. ( an be n at any lime; r.tre ehan- o; don t wait. (. B. DALTON, W Exchange .street. f» bO-tf F'OIt SALE -l story hnu«e containing It rooms divided into two rents of 7 rooms Bach now well rented, has all modern improve ment s, good sized lot and very sunny exposure. No. 5 J .an re I St. For further particulars impilr© of A. ( LIBBY < ()., V2\ Exchange M. Iebti-4 BRICK R11SI DENC E~ No. 101 Cumberland Street For Sale or Exchange, II:>* IS Hue ruinii* >iml bjlli, liciitc*!, uas, *cl min, line repair, fust riiilit for large family or bourdm or roomers. f < lually Cl>«l Over $S,.»O0 blit will b>- sold roi $5,500 if taken mu, Only $ I, I OO lin'd be |>uiif down. Ilnluuce on eusy term*. DALTON & CO., 33 Exchange SI. jaii-Vultf ■-— .---— WANTED SITUATIONS. Forty-word* Inserted under till* hend oiisX \* rrk for :t3 cents, CHih In eiivaucci Si i i m ion wan 11 !•—in Portlandoi DM*» Ing. by capable. reliable. American woman, in -mall family of adult-, general work, i* good bousekee|n*r.' Call at 4.' FOREST AYE., lions© next 11 _»o-t 11r ANTED- Office po- ■ on by young man; un* !i i - land* book keeping, typewriting and office work in general References furnished* Address S. 0. S.. South Portland, Me- IQ-1 LOST AM> FOUND. Forty ivordi Inserted under this heat] one week for T3 cents, cash tn advance* FlOCND Near Stave island. 14 feet dory, painted lead color, branded E. (\ Walaee: wvner can have same by proving property nm| paying charges to HERBERT HAMILTON, ,i , M . 21 l AbU NTS \V A NT ED. Forty words Inserted under this head »&_e week for 5i5 cents, cash in a<li amt, ANEW aud original article, just patented; liotliingl ike* it ever invented Indore, (leu tlemcn and lady agents wanted everywhere* Sample by mail 10c. Call or address P, inventor, 10 Cumberland street. Portland. M< . 11 • 1 L* .\ I i sM E N -l or all lines of business Splen did .side Line) to sell our Advertising I am. 7ft different styles, newest, latest patterns, just the tilings ciwtomeis want; we pay the largest commissions. Many of our mon give their en tire time to our line and make from $7‘> t » *12.j everv week; guaranteed best side lino ever offered. Write promptly with references. Con> missions paid on acceptance of orders. Ainert* can Novelty Co., Cincinnati, O. janJJVft WMTKPi ^ Forty word* »n*.rt«-.I under tilt* l»c«d Dive week for 45 cents, casta In advance* WASTED--Jellyeon nr your grocer's teu ** cents. Iu stock at H. S. Melchci Co., Clias. MclAUghlln Co.. D. W. True Sc Co., Conant Sc Patrick. TwiteheU-Chatnidln Co., MiUiken-Tonilinsnn, J. it. Donnell and jobber* generally. Also Burnham's beef, wine aud Irmu \WT a NT ED—Every one to fry Dr. Ahak's i! great Indian Stomach ami Blond ih me dy after having the grip and for a spring ionics there is nothing better. D. W. HESELTIMfc* & CO., Congress and Myrtle Sts._LtliL. W ANTED A iuan and wife wItliout children f» to take charge of a dairy farm. The man must be a good milker ai.d understand farming thoroughly. Apply to BOX 55, Bridgton, Maine._ WANTED-All sufferers from Asthma to TT semi address to Box dfttf, Portland. Me. Enclose ten cents aud we will send you a bottle of the medicine to try. Mo need to suffer longer. ■—wntffuxAtr;—" ^ (ILAIRVOYANT—Lillian D'Aerllte, Mag j nctlo Clairvoyant and Palmist. sittings dally on health. business or private family mat ters, at ila OXFORD ST., one door from Preble. All advice sirlctly coulldentlal and reliable. Prices, iic, 30c and 51. W-l D^*AP\E88 CURED OR NO PAY. C. ROWAN. Milwaukee, IVli. febl3-4 Personal —Vour Slars T«*ll. Send 100 and self-addressed stamped envelop*, sex. date and hour of birth; u latter uol kuowu send form and features; prompt reply i Ml reading, *1. l5fc DEltOLLI P. O. W4 l,»i4, Boston, Mass. febe int