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Portland Daily Press (Newspaper) - September 26, 1898, Portland, MainePortland Dally press monday morning. September 20, 1893. New advertisements. New advertisements. New advertisements. New advertisements. co., merchandising is. The Sper. Yes or. R a there is a Campaign to be opened not a political one however nor vet a military one but a business Campaign. It usually comes the fourth week in september. Mutterings t prophetic _ stirrings and scattering skirmishing Are heard in the earlier Days but the big business Boom begins on the fourth week of the first autumn month. Eight department buyers a two of them members of the firm have spent Many september Days in new York Boston grand rapids and wherever a manufacturer or importer had new and desirable dress goods Silks garments books notions or furniture to offer. The result is a magnificent collection such goods unmatchable in Eastern new England. Let dress goods strike the keynote. Tailor made. The fabrics for tailor made suits Are quietly Rich like real a a Quality a people the world Over never boisterous or obtrusive. A leading one is venetian. You a say of venetian that its father was a Broadcloth and its Mother a drap do ete so closely does it resemble each. A Broadcloth finish on a drap d Eto foundation. An Ideal stuff for tailor made. 44 inches wide. Si.25 the colors Are Bussi amp a Blue Cadet Seal Brown and Dart Green. Canvas suiting. To those who prefer a slightly rougher surface Canvas cloth suiting appeals with Good Success. Prunella. The Glossy Mirror like surface of Prunella tells the Story of style and its firm tight weaving sings the song of durability. 46 inches wide. $1.25 illuminated and two tone effects. Whip cords. There Are almost As Many groups of whip cords thib autumn As there Are families of Smiths and they re equally reliable. One line of whip cords has a Black Warp and the tilling is color giving a charming effect another Lias solid colors. 45 and 50 Inch $1.25 j. R. Libby co. Shot Poppins. Zirri descent effects which Are charged with textile witchery. One Oano to help liking them. 46 Inoh. $1.50 drap de Paris .46 Inoh $1.00 Silky and Sweet Kersey cloth. Newest autumn tints. This is closely Allied to the Broadcloth family in weave and face finish. 2 shades of Blue Brown Green. Cheviot Serce. Blue Only 60 Inch. 09c storm Serce. Plain and fancy weaves. 39o, 50o, 69c up to $1.50 Covert cloth. 4s Inch $1.50 see window show of these goods. A Strong Magnet. Shot Serce. Sixty pieces of this pretty stuff came to us saturday. It was made in Germany. It is All Wool Woven in Serge lines then the surface is thickly strewn with self color Ahot spots tiny undulating figures Rick rack effects maybe a dozen styles. Colors Navy Blue Green Browd Cardinal Garnet Black. 50 cent goods. Our introduction Price 29c j. R. Libby co. Table damask from Germany Scotland and Ireland. Clear White bleach Fine in texture having Many harm Long patterns of Shamrock ferns leaves foliage Bud and Flower. These Are by the Yard and napkins to match. Prices per Yard 69c, 75o, 89c, $1.00 to $2.50. Table Linen sets he stitched. Hemmed and fringed edges new design prices Correct. Towels. Both Huck and damask hemmed he stitched and fringed the water soaking kind 10c, 12%c, 19c, 2oc lace curtains. Our drapery manager has been More than usually fortunate in in i to4 his selections although the goods Are Nice the prices Are reasonable. Take cheap ones to mention first. J. R. Libby co. 50 cts. Nottingham lace a pair. New and pretty patterns 3 yes. Long 1 Yard wide. Price per pair 50o finer Nottingham sj4 yes. By 50 inches $1.00 per pair. Nottingham Irish Point Brussels Point de Calais net ruffled Muslin Bobbi net and Tambour. Prices Range from 39c to $12.50 pair. Blankets. One Blanket Bell ringer is a great lot of soft Fluffy tan and Gray Cotton blankets. 18c each 35c a pair. And All the Fine blankets at Correct prices. Quilts. Fifty White quilts having manufacturers slight imperfections Dollar ones at 69c unbleached Cotton Yard wide 4o bleached Cotton Yard wide 5o Standard prints Light and dark 4o Outing flannel Short lengths the 10c Quality at 7xo 48 styles Fine Outing flannel 10o j. R. Libby co. New advertisements. New advertisements., free exhibition and Gas Light opening of Choice and delicate materials for evening costumes elegant real laces Fine dress trimmings and Garni Tures Silks for waists and dresses fans gloves etc., on monday sept. 26, and continuing three Days. This exhibition will take place in our children a room on second floor adjoining our main cloak room and will be one or the finest displays of the kind we have Ever made. Please let this announcement be a special invitation to you and your friends to be present. Quot the Portland silk store Quot Plain coloured Silks. The fashionable dresses for Street and evening Wear for linings waists and trimmings Plain Silks will be worn More than Ever this fall. For dress purposes taffeta and satins Are the most popular. For linings the taffeta both Plain and changeable still hold their popular Sway. Many new colors will be introduced this season and will be found Complete in our Stock. Fancy Silks. While we carry a Large variety of Rich and exclusive silk novelties great care has been Given to the lines at the popular prices of $1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 1.75 Yard. At these prices you will find the largest and Best assorted variety of new fancy Silks to be found hereabouts. You will be surprised and delighted with the Beautiful Silks at these prices. Fancy plaid and striped Silks. Every indication Points to their popularity again this season. You will find our varieties Large and Well assorted. In the Gas Light exhibition mentioned above will be displayed Many Choice things in Silks for evening waists and costumes. Pure Dye Black Silks. Black Peau do some $1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 1.75, 2.00, 2.25 Yard Black Satin Duchesse $1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 1.75, 2.00, 2.25 Yard Black Surah 75c, $1.00, 1.25 Yard Black taffeta 59c, 69c, 88c, $1.00. 1.25, 1.50 Yard Black Bayadere a Satin and Gros Grain effects $1.75,2.00 Yard the above qualities we recommend for Good Wear and appearance. Eastman Bros. Amp Bancroft. 3 the press. New Advertis Kllc Sil Tod at. J. R. Libby co. Eastman Bros. Amp Bancroft. M in. Moore amp co. Atkinson furnishing co. §25,000 wanted. Amusements. Boston Star course. New wants. To let. For Sale. Lost found and similar advertisements will be foun under their appropriate Heads on Page 0. A mrs. Wlas lows soot Nias err up. Has been used Over fifty tears of millions of mothers for their children while teething with perfect Success. It soothes the child softens the Gums allays pain cures Slud Colls regulates the bowels and is the Best remedy for diarrhoea whether arising from teething or other causes. For Aale by druggists in every part of the world. Be Sura and ask for mrs. Winslow a soothing syrup. 25 cts a bottle Castoria bears the signature of Chas. H. . In use for More than thirty years and 74 kind you dial always sought. Brief jottings. The free Street Baptist society give a reception to their new pastor id. J. K. Wilson and his family this evening from 8 to a Ernest o. Warren chemist at Cook Everett amp Pennelly a sprained one of his Ankles quite severely saturday afternoon while of Ming Down the stairs at the store on Middle Streett. Charles a. Peterson a swedish Seaman of the Schooner Alice e. Clarke was sent to the Marine Hospital with a badly sprained knee As the result of a Row on Moulton Street saturday. He had a scrap with a Comrade who him Down stairs. A Large lot from the Goddard estate at Falmouth foreside has been purchased by or. Crawford of Chicago who will build a flue summer residence. The passenger trains on the Portland and Boob Ester Railroad Are to be equipped a Ltd compressed air whistles to take the place of the old Bell Cord signal u. S. Engineer Robinson of this pity will commence work on the water Battery at fort Popham this week. Or. Given violinist and or. A. H. Whitmore Cornelist added much to the interest of the secret concert at West end Church last evening. There was Fine Musio at st. Lawrence Church last evening. The regular chorus choir was present assisted by mrs. Hallock Soprano mrs. Horgan Alto or. Hall Tenor and or. Harmon Boss. Cha ladies Golf tournament postponed on account of the storm will be held tuesday afternoon and wednesday. Rat Nidoy evening Deputy marshal Hartnett and some officers made a raid on a Saloon at the Corner of commercial and Clark streets and captured about a dozen barrels of Beer and some other staff. There were 55 arrests made by the police last week. Of this number 48 were for intoxication four for assault and the rest for other offences. The pork Street Sokool recently ordered to be Tarn Down will not be removed until the font Root for building the new school House is made. The work on the new school Hoase will not be commented in All probability until Early in the Spring. At a meeting of the fair of Ommittee of Boodea Mccook tribe i. O. R. M., William v Leighton was elected president and Herbert b. Seal Secretary and. Treasurer. The fair will to held in the Hall on dunhams court december 6th to 10th and close with a Ball december 13th. I. John Weston of Sioux Falls Dakota formerly of stand lab is visiting his sister miss s. O. Weston of Cumberland Street. Some 15 years ago he sold his farm in Standish and went West in Pursuit of a livelihood. He settled in Sioux Falls and engaged in the Grain business. Or. Weston will visit his native town before Bis return West. An explanation. To the editor of the press by some unfortunate misunderstanding of statements made by Mysell an item in the sunday times does the Belknup motor company and others an injustice inasmuch As it refers to the Dynamo and Gas engine at the Quot Westbrook Quot As being unsatisfactory and for that reason to be removed. On the contrary or. Is piers spoke in the highest Praise of the apparatus having had no trouble from it is any particular. His Only reason for disposing of to apparatus is the recent reduction of the meter rates of the lighting company which make the separate Plant no longer desirable. E. B. Newcomb. Westbrook september 25. Ouk xat10xal policy. The Bov. Or. Dalton preached a striking Sermon thereon. Lie fear the Fate of Rome and opposes the ideas of the expansionist at st. Stephens Church yesterday morning the Bov. Or. Asa Dalton preached upon questions arising from the late War his text he took from the 21st chapter of st. Luke a gospel the 25th and 26th verses Quot and there shall be signs in the Sun and in the Moon and in the stats and upon the Earth distress of nations with sea and the Waves roaring menus hearts failing them for fear and for looking after those thl ogs which Are coming on the Earth for the Powers of heaven will be he also read from the psalter for the Day verses which had an even More intimate connection with his Sermon since they referred to the time when it broomes necessary for a Choice to be made when a parting of the ways is reached. Or. Dalton introduced Tys subject in a singular Way by an anecdote of a former much beloved Clergyman of this pity whose sea faring friends brought him Home As tokens of remembrance so Many cigars that he smoked until his health was impaired and his phys Lolan bade him Stop. He had reached the parting of the ways. The idea suggested was that such times come to nations. Such a time Larue to new England at the Date of the Groat Temperance reformation in the first half of the Century. Then was a crisis. Farming communities and citizens alike were on the downward Road but the people in the words of the psalmist turned their feet testimonies of god. With a Brief reference to the results of the Victory of Israel Over the canaanite or. Dalton took up the illuminating history of borne which he made the real foundation of his discourse. A simple sturdy people gradually enlarged its territories by successive victories. It outgrew its habits of Economy and morality and became infatuated with the to list for Power. They improved Italy and they conquered Spain which they looked upon much As we do upon Cuba. Other nations in succession fell under their Oon tool and while their riches Lnor eased the lust for Power also grew until their own military resources were exhausted and they fell Back upon mercenaries. While riches poured into borne they were not the gain of the people who grew poorer and poorer. The corruption which marked the latter Days of the roman Empire was the natural result of a career of Conquest for the Sake of spoils. Borne went Down. In a similar Way he briefly reviewed the history of the nations which succeeded the Empire. Spain for instance at one time had in the new world which was practically All her Rio her Empire than Romo Ever possessed. But it was no Wiser than Rome was. The stories of Italy and Germany and France were not unlike. They corrupted their own people while ambitious to crush others. Ail failed. All have found the Pursuit of schemes of foreign Conquest ruinous with the single Exoe Tiou of England. She saw her error committed in dealing with us in the last Century and now so deals with her colonies that it is often said they arc mute English than England. In Spain a colonies As to know her civil and military officials have fleeced the people Over whom they were placed. England has Learned to Send her Best and Wisest men to Rule her colonies. She does not put men in such positions because they Are the sons of great politicians living or dead. Then the speaker referred to existing european conditions. All the nations of the continent Are jealous of each other while they unite in hating Englund. They keep no great armies and go As far As they dare in their manifestations of hostility Russia in China France in slam and Germany and also France in Africa Bat they All feel there is a Point which Mast not be passed. Germany Learned this when the famous lying Squadron was so speedily got together two or three years ago. So Long As England keeps her Navy in its present place of predominance she is sate and she needs no urging to do this. The reverend speaker said if he was an englishman As he is an Amo loan he should be willing to give hl6 last shilling to keep that Navy no to the Mark. Europe said the preacher is at the parting of the ways. He spoke in a most interesting Way of the changes the last few years Bavo brought. One modern butt Eshop could sink All the navies in existence a Century ago. There can never again be dts Luys of bravery like that of Pickett a charge at Gettysburg. Smokeless powder and rapid lure guns have put an end to Ucb things. It is a wonder to him that our own country allowed itself to fall 60 far behind As it did. On soldiers in Cuba armed with a old fashioned Springfields wore not Able to Cope on equal terms with the Spanish Mauser using smokeless powder. Why should we have been so far behind a nation like Spain. It was Folly which must not be repeated. Either we must follow a policy of peace of one of preparedness for War. Bat these european nations cannot always stand the Burden under which they now groan. The system of immense armaments will break Down. From it comes the hint of anarchy and evils More pressing though less imposing. These nations cannot Cope with the Rich people of England. Their Wise men must consider their ways. Now the russian statesmen Are far a. Eng and patriotic it is a great nation. Russia with its 135,000,000 of people to our 75,000,0c0 but the Czar Young and enthusiastic though to is recognizes the fact thut his people Are on the wrong Road Lien co his suggestion of u partial disarmament of Europe which shall Lessen the burdens under which the Ordinary Man staggers. The emperor of Germany had seen the same thing and proposed to move in this direction but his Thunder was stolen. All Tho nations would disarm except France. She is insane and is ruled by her army. Eranos is nominally a Republic but to was borne. General War Between the Powers of Europe now with the improvements in arms and munitions would mean simply entire desolation. No responsible Man dares take the Lead in bringing it about. England is getting ahead of these nations As Well As we Are and though there la no Alliance Between us there would be one if it Ever became necessary. And european statesmen know this. There Aro Good As Well a6 great men among them. We have been on the right Road. They have been on the wrong. Now shall we Start out on a career of Conquest or. Dalton believed Cuba was an exceptional Case. Our statesmen from Jefferson Down have believed that if it do do not become oars it must at last come under our controlling influence in some Way. Our Leal danger lies in the East. He opposed the acquisition of the Philippines while believing that Coaling stations there As Well As in Hawaii should properly be secured. The Zeal of some religious papers for the acquisition of this extensive territory for missionary purposes did not strike him As based upon Good sense. If we were to acquire the islands it would necessitate Tho formation of a great army and where Are the men to come from voluntary enlistments would probably be exceedingly slow. To get and Send ont there tens of thousands of men would be very expensive business. And if we do get this new Possession we shall Send men out there some of whom will come Back with All run Down dyspepsia and liver troubles now better than for two years. A a i was All run Down with liver trouble and dyspepsia. Prescriptions and other preparations gave no Benefit. I have taken three bottles of hoods Sarsaparilla and i have not Felt As Well for two years As now and i firmly believe in hoods Mas. U. Bra Don Sorrento Maine. Remember hoods Sarsaparilla is the bests in fact the one True blood purifier. Hoods pills Druggis a. 25c. Immense fortunes and a reign of corrupt Quot Tion can be confidently looked for. Why should we undertake to hold and Rule this Distant land or. Dolton referred to or. Reed saying be was glad to be Able to believe that one representative in Congress will favor no such scheme. The desire of Tho preacher was that this country May be saved from entering upon any such career of Conquest and Corr Netlon tending towards its own ruin As some people would advocate. He denounced the Rule of political Bosses Here at Home which would be intensified under this new policy saying the politicians now do just what they please with us and referred to the role of a course and ignorant Boss like Croker Over new York City As a disgrace to the country. If be were to die another would step in his place. The whole system which would be strengthened by securing the Philippines must be changed else we shall go Rome s Way. Or. Dalton dosed by expressing his gratification that the papers of this City so fur As he knows have without any partisanship but from Bulgher motives United in opposing the so called policy of new lieutenant for co. B. Mervyn a. Rioe who was second lieutenant of co. A 1st Maine volunteers and acted As assistant quartermaster and assistant comm ussury at Chickamauga has been promoted to co. A of Portland. Lieut. Rice is a Rockland Man son of Hon. Albert Rice Anda member of Knox county bar and was democratic candidate for mayor of Rook and several years ago. He is a Bowdoin. Graduate and about 30 years of age. Changes at fort Preble. It a reported that Battery a 7th artillery capt Harrison will be sent to fort Slocum and that Battery a 7th artillery will remain at fort Puebla a detachment of 20 men under a non Onia mass loved officer will to kept at Portland head and they will be taken from the Battery station at fort Preble. Second Parish Church. Mrs. Leonora Lako delivers a spiritual address. A Large and interested audience gathered at second Parish thu or last evening to listen to mrs. Leonora Lake Vito president of the Catholic total abstinence society. The meeting was Given under the auspices of the local w. C t. U. Mrs. N. Stevens president of the Maine Branch presided and expressed regret at the enforced absence of the Rev. Or. Taok but spoke a few fitting words in introducing a representative of a society working for the same end As the women a Christian Tempe Range Union. Mrs. Lake spoke most reverently in her opening a words of the sacredness of the Day set aside for the worship of our father and she begged her hearers to put away All their prejudice and listen to her Appeal on the great question of Temperance. The speaker has an Earnest convincing Way of patting bar plea and she spoke first for the safeguard of the Home and the children because the vice of intemperance had robbed children of their rights the right of being Well born. This right is not that of an aristocrat to heritage but of being a Well born of healthy sound she Drew a very forcible comparison Between the care of children and the care Given to Flowers asking if we would expose the Flowers to the Frost or to any blighting influence. From this the speaker Drew a very graphic picture of the horrible limitation into which so Many children Are born into the world. Quot the tests of civilization a Eald mrs. Lake Quot Are not Tho institutes of learning the results of Solence and the Best work of railroads but the share of happiness enjoyed by the greatest number of u people. In our country is this the Cate the love of Money is the god we worship and for the love of Money the liquor traffic has grown in Tho land. We Are the sculptors of character Ana although we Admire the work of the sculptor in Murbie we Are Given the Power to work and Mould another Power in but we do not exert ourselves to prevent the evil influences which surround the children whom we ought to Mould in the Best the speaker enforced this Point of responsibility very of Kolbly adding pertinently that although she was an Irish Catholic woman speaking in a protestant Church she Felt it was quite time there was a Union Between Tho representatives of the different religions because unfortunately the liquor habit has been no respecter of creeds and nationality. Mrs. Lake said that in her work among those of different creeds there was one thing non which All agreed that was the lords prayer yet sometimes she Felt that we did not wish the lords will to be done and did not seem to wish not to be led into temptation there was so Little concerted action among us. The plea Foi More of this concerted action was the closing words of mrs. Lakes address and was delivered with much Saru Estasa and conviction. A it mrs. Stevens thanked the an Lenoe for being there adding that she Felt sure they would All be better for having head the eloquent words of mrs. Lake. Pfr80nal. It or. Philip h. Farley of new York sails tuesday on the Kaiser free Droh for London on business for Bis firm Wilson st Stephens 41 Wail Street. Sergt. J. J. Mulhearn of co. L i r1 with typhoid malaria at his borne in this pity. Quarter Oater sergeant Philip a Kelley of co. A who cams on the first Hospital train from Chickamauga in a critical condition has been removed from the Hospital to his Homo on Danforth Street much improved we. Laughlin of Bangor was admitted to practice before the u. S. District court saturday and one Case in bankruptcy was sent to the referee. Joseph g. Bohabot of Lewiston was admitted to practice in the u. S. Court saturday. By orders issued yesterday assistant surgeon o. P. Smith was honorable discharged from the United states Navy. First Lieut. Mark l. Hersey 12th infantry in relieved from further duty at Harvard University. Or. Frederick j. Ilsley of this City who has Long been prominently connected with the b. P. O. E. Or Quot elks Quot As everyone familiarly Calls this excellent society has recently been appointed District Deputy of the order for the state of Maine. This makes or. Ilsley the highest Elk in the state and gives him a seat in the grand Lodge of the order for All time. Mrs. Jennie King Morrison of this pity has been engaged As contralto of the new Church of the divine paternity 76th Street and Central Park new York pity. The position pays $1000 a year and is one of the Best in new York. Mrs. Morrison was chosen from among 75 of new York s beet singers who applied for the position. Or. Charles p. Hath of Buckfield. National Bank examiner for the state has purchased one of the houses on Forest Avenue recently built by or. O. B. Dalton. Or. Hatch will shortly move his family Here from Blok fled. Or. Edward l. Jordan head sleek in the gentlemen s furnishings department of the j. R. Libby company a store has moved his family Here from Auburn and taken a lease a of a House at 43 Carleton Street. Or. Frank l. Chenery who Olvea at the Tolman Hoase suffered a slight stroke of paralysis saturday evening and was taken to the Maine Eye and ear infirmary for treatment. Or. And mrs. George Pettle Lof Medfield mass., Are visiting friends in this Ory. Harbor notes. It was very rough with a Northeast Gale blowing in the Harbor saturday. The new lobster Steamer Mina and Liz zoo arrived saturday with 7,100 lire lob Stera a a what is probably the longest Coal Barge that has Ever been in the Harbor arrived Early in the Day. It was the Delaware with nearly 4000 tons of Coal stored away in her hold. She is 818 feet Long. The tug Herald brought her and the Barge Western Belle with 1800 tons into the Harbor together. The barges came from Philadelphia and will discharge get the Maine Central. The Horatio Hall did not arrive until Illaci Sion n Plant we lab has Cost Over 1892,000 within three Yeara and be earning Good income. Address e. L., this office. Sep26 _ 10 p. Yesterday detained by the storm. The Barge Alabama with 2500 tons of goal was towed up through the Cape Elizabeth Bridge sunday by tug c. A. Warren. The Alabama was formerly a Steamer and is Over 300 feet Long. The tramp Steamer Anda Rooh is expected every hour. Two handsome steam yachts the malay and Tho Geisha arrived yesterday. The state of Maine arrived yesterday morning just 84 hours late delayed by the storm. The tog Loe King left yesterday for Boston with the barges blizzard buoyant and another in Tow. The Brig Jennie Halbert is anchored in the lower Harbor on the Way from Philadelphia to Gardiner. The Harbor was not a very Obe Eiful place yesterday. The wild was Chilly from the Northeast and the skies the most of the Day were Leaden although there were Oehoa clonal gleamed of Sunshine. A miss Anthony in Portland. This evening at Chestnut Street a Broh by rare Good Fortune Portland is to hear again the most famous woman of her time. Quot perfect Equality for women tool al political religious a be the great idea for which she has spent More than three score years. Arrested persecuted honoured beloved and respected. The most remarkable change in Public opinion. Miss Anthony arrived in the pity late saturday afternoon and is the guest of her Long time Friend miss Charlotte j. Thomas. So Many callers desire to pay their respects to this celebrated woman hours have to be set for their reception in order that miss Anthony May have needed rest. A Brilliant Audlene will Greet her this evening. On the platform will be representatives from All the woman a societies As Woll As prominent suffragists. Mrs. Charles Day state president will preside. Takes the Burn out heals the wound cures the pain. Or. Thomas Eleutrio Oil the household remedy. A Ever vary. The strength is double other extracts the bottles arc of full weight. When you buy Baker s extracts you buy the Best

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