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or via the White Mountains, to Quebec,

Montreal, Saratoga, the Adirondacks,
Lake Champlain, or Niagara Falls,

MAINE CENTRAL % ^.



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AND NOT USE UP VERY MUCH TIME.
roii-li ir.-iiii f.ir:illii..iiits.'Mst li-Mvc's li:iiivilk' .III



(■tin



III Parlor Cars. .■..niuMiii,- t,, M,M.>clie:i.l, liar

|j:ii -I \ii.iicu.s, SI. .l.iliii. anil ll.ililax: al H.Jil .\.M. ami

•' iir; V M \..v \WVx\-mW ami llii- H:iiii;ck'\> via l-'arinin-I V ,M. fur l.'iliiifonl Kails, (■.i-iiiis. .ni.l ( i,|||,is.mii'; at
7 .III v.M , 11. ail .V.M.. Ill:; .V.M.. 'J.-.'i r.M., \:.v.\ ami 1.1,^ I'.m. lor the
Whit.' iMollnlaiii.-, I'orllaii.l and ISoslon. i;..-,s lor IJnstoii and

New York "ith llii -li |.ail"i- car to Itoston .lailv, Suiidavs

iiiilnilod. llil ;;h sli'opir lo Nuw York dail.v, e\ri-|it Saturday,

arn\ iim iliirc a! 7"' %.M. Siiiiilays at 8.30 A.M. for Portland and
i;o.,i(iii and iIh- While' Mountains. Parlor cars on |irinclpal
liaiii- In i.i(in\iMn, r..ir Harbor, St. John, Bemis, Oqnossoc,
FaruiliiKlnn, I'oril.ind, and lloston.

Telclilioiu- Irnin llin lioiis,. lo M. C. It. R. -Vficiit, D.tnville
Juucti or wrlln for -uido k.-, folilnr.s, etc.. lo

F. E. BOOTHBY, Gen'l Pass. Agt., Portland, Me.



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"The Way of the World"

To the

World's Fair.
Big Four Route

To

St. Louis.



the Merchants' Bridge

1 fine panoramic view of
Levee District and great



Daylight Entrance
giving the passeng,. _ .
the Mississippi River, L
Warehouse District of SI

Ask nearest Big Four Agent tor information

WARREN J. LYNCH,

Gcd'1 Passenger an J Ticket Agent
Cincinnati, Oh



Michigan Central



'Tin: Muyiin, Fi:lh Itiiiile,-



To the Great St. Louis World's Exposition

STOP OVER AT

Niagara Falls, Detroit, and Chicago

Tlie trii) to the Lotiisiima I'uixliase Exposition wotilil lie
ini'iniipleti; without incliKliu}; ihc splundid view of Nia^ai'ii Kails
wlili-h is liiijoyeii hy all pas8eiij,'erbon the MlchiKan Centi-al pas»
iiic ViaL'ar.i hy il;iy. St'nil thi'ee nul ntanips for Suninier Vara
tloii Tours. ,,, ,v. RUUliLlOS, G. P. & T. A.,

Chicago.



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Poland Spring Travel

Many little questions arise on travel matters among people who have a tiip to
make, but after all the best way to decide such is to select a route affording the
most comfort and pleasure for a journey, and at the same time the one that insures
you a piompt service.

For travel to Poland Spring from all points in the west,
south, and southwest, the best facilities are furnished by the
fine train service of

The Lake Shore

& Michigan Southern Railway.

Through trains from Chicago, Toledo, St. Louis,
nati, Cleveland, Pittsburg, via Biiffalo, New York Centi
Boston & Albany to Boston, with connections in that cit
to Poland Spring.

For "Book of Trains," a little folder, entitled '
Privileges," and any desired information about travel
over the Lake Shore, address A. J. SMITH, G. P. &
Cleveland, Ohio.




Cincin-
al, and
y direct

■ Travel
matters
T. A.,



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Imported Stallions.

Al>l8TO, 3610. LOTIIAII^, «>7'"P«;'"- ';^hicago and 1 Q QQ a m ?»•■ Newport, Montreal. Chicago, St. Paul, and
U.au a.m. cincinnatr. 1 ullnini. ■.■rl..r.-.iri...\ll,Mny. .sleep. lU.UU 0.111, Minneapolis, daily. Sleeping c.ir to Montre.il, St,
'"■' '■ "" * "■■ I'aul, and Minneaiinlis, also Montreal to Cliieago,

11 in a m F"'' Montreal, Toronto, and Chicago, dally.
I I.JU d.m. Pullman Sleepint; ear to ChlcaRo.



t,. (iLi.-a.i;". and fn.ni l;in;;li:imi,l,;n tn Cin- Paul, and Minneajinlis, also Montreal to Clii'eago'.

l>ininj; ear troui Ilin^jhaiuiilon. Uu Sun

(lays leaye Boston at n.n] a.m.

19 i(i n m P'"' Troy, Albany, Rotterdam, Detroit, Buffalo,
li-.tO p,lll. Chicago, and St. Louis. Pullman I'arloi- lar to

Troy. Sleeping car to Cliicago, also St. Louis.

Dlningcar on West Shore and Wabjish Railroads.

Tills train runs daily.

40n n m For Trov, Albany, Rotterdam, Buffalo, Cleve- fi 111 n m F"'' Newport, Montreal, and Chicago. Sleep-

.CU p.m. land, and Chicago. PnlliiKin sli.i'|.iii^' .-ir u, °'"" H'"'- iiig car to Montreal daily, and Montreal to Cliicago,

( lii.M);.. via Nickel I'lale .hiilv, and li. ( liica;;.. anil except Sunday.

St. I,., Ills iin .siiniiavs onlv via ^Ve^l .shore .-mil

Waliash Iti.ails: al.sn I'.nsi St. Lulus, daily.

lliiiin- lar on Nirki-I Plate and U'.iliash Roads.

61Q n m F'T Rotterdam, Buffalo. Detroit, Chicago, and
•13 |)-lll' St. Louis, daily except Sunday. Pullman Sleep-
ing car to Chicago and St. Louis.



DANA J. FLANDERS.

Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agent.



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WHITE MOUNTAINS

OR rSEW HAiVlPSHIRE.

Crawford House, Fabyan House,
Twin Mountain House, Summit House.



These Hotels situated at the foot of the Presidential Ranoc, in the
greatest center of summer tourists' travel in the United States, offer
distinctive and attractive features to the vacation seeker. Special atten-
tion will be given this season to automobilists, for whom every convenience

^ will be found.

I Address the BARRON, MERRILL & BARRON CO.,

/ At either of the Hotels, White Mountains, N. H.

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EQUITABLE




^MBMESMBm



. ANNUITIES
ENDOWMENTS
LIFE ASSURANCE i

AND

J/o TWENTY YEAR GOLD BONDS



JAMES H.LAKE,

GENERAL ACENT.

EQUITABLE BUILDING, BOSTON.



H. N. FISH



MAKERS OF



Saiiioselflipjiie-^aReliie

CHOCOLATES.



60 Commerce Street,

On Sale at Candy Counter, BOSTON.

Poland Spring House.




TJ



M litdiaJurKIsli
aiiil Peisian Rugs

IMPORTED DIRECT BY US.

Imperial Kcrmanshahs, Tabriz, Gore-
vans, Serapies, Gheordies, Oushaks,
Mesheds, 0!d-Fashioned Rugs from
Smyrna, in fact the finest assortment
and greatest variety of both Foreign
and Domestic rugs in all New^ England.

Prices to suit every requirement range



from



$1.60 up to $1500.



R. H. WHITE CO.



Young's Hotel,

COURT STREET.



Parker House,

SCHOOL STREET.

Hotel Touraine,

BOYLSTON AND TREMONT STREETS.
BOSTON-

J. R. WHIPPLE & CO., Proprietors.
WAKEFIELD BROTHERS.

j^^jn H)prartga .

114 Lislimi SIrccl. I.KH ISTO\. JIK.



^ if loriot,



GEORGE M. ROAK,

• Orders
J> by
ia4 HigU Street, AUBUKN, ME. d> ^^'^

Flowers of all kinds sent carefnlly boxed at ^ Telegraph
shortesl nolln


Milliken, S. .M.






New York


Mayo, A. N.






Springfield


Noves, Mrs. T. W






Washington


O'Brien, Jas. A.






Lewiston


Otis, Mrs.






New York


Parker, C H.




I


yncliliurg, Va.


Palmer, Henry U.






Brooklyn
Bostiin


Pope, Mr. and Mrs. T. H.






Pope, Miss Helen






Boston


Pearson, Mr and Mrs. Fr.


ink




Philadelphia
Philadelphia


Pearson, Davis






Ricker, H. H.






Portland


Rice, John O.






Porllaiid


Ryan, Joseph A.






liionUline


Ranger. Miss Felice






lioslon


Robinson, Mrs. John






Oxford


Strout, F. C.






Philadelphia


Staples, Arthur G.






Auburn


Stoddard. Mr. and Mrs. C


irwin L




Philadelphia


Sailer, Mrs. Emily \V.






Philadelidiia


Sailer, John






Philadelphia


Smith, Mr. and Mrs. L R






Auburn


Seitzinger, Mrs. Anna B.






Reading. Pa.


Swayze, Mr. and Mrs. R.


H.




New York


Swayze, Miss






New York


Sampson, S. J.






Galveston


Thorndike, Mrs. Edward






New York


Taylor, V.






Lewiston


Tayntor, C. E.






New York


Tolman, Carl Jean






Lewiston


Trumbauer






Philadelphia


Upston, Miss May






Boston


Variu-v, A. G.






Philadelphia


Van lloliMl, Miss






Philadelphia


Wilkiiis, John T.






Washington


Wilson, Miss M.






Washington


Wil.son, A. W.






Baltimore


Watson, Rev. and Mrs. J


H.




New York


Wilbur, Mrs. M. H.






Philadelphia


Wilbur, Miss Grace






Philadelphia
New York


Zanoni,






MANS


ON HOUSE






Arrison, Mr. and Mrs. J.


M.




Philadeliihia


Brimmer, J. A.






New York


Coon, Mrs. D. W.




Mt


Vernon, N. Y.


Coon, Mabel F.




Mt


Verhon, N. Y.


Conway, Mrs. Mary E.






Philadelphia


Conway, Miss






Philadelphia


Emery, John A.






Portland


Furbish, Mi.ss Persis Emery




Portland


Goodenow, Mi.ss Virginia






Italtimore


Howe, Marshall M.






Cambridge


Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. F


E.


East Orange, N.J.


Johnson, Mi.ss E. A.




East Orange. N. J.


Johnson, Miss F. I.




East Orange, N. J.


Johnson, Wallace C.




East Orange, N. J.


Kelley, J. J.






Boston


de Lagercrantz, Ava






New York


Mason, Herbert W.






Boston


Mitchell, Mrs. Charles






Nashville


Mitchell, Miss Mav






Na.shville


Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. William H.




Boston


Nichols, Estes






Boston


Neely, W. A.






Lvnn


Prince, Helen R.






Siiringliidd


Pike, L. F.






Norway, Mo.


Thompson, A. M.






Boston


Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. W


M.




Philadelphia
New York


Yeomans, A. H.






Yeomans, Mr. and Mrs. James




New York



Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Barnet of New York are
at the Polaud Spriug House.



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From Crosby S. Notes.
Cap'n Eri; by Joseph C. Lincoln.
The Win^s of the Morning; by Louis Tracy.
The Queen's Qnair; by Maurice Hewlett.
Tlie iMemoirs of a Baby: by Josephine Daskam.
When Wililerness Was King; by Randall Parrish.
The Cost; by David Graham Phillips.
Thu Criiiiniliian and Venezuelan Republics; by William

L. .S,TUt;-S.

Jinrikisha Kays in Japan; by Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore.

The Yankees of the East; by William Eleroy Curtis. 2
vols.

The Russian Advance; by Albert J. Beveridge.

Slranse Adventures nf a Pliaetcm; by William Black.

Whit,- Win-s; bv William Hlack.

Whit,- IIi;iIIiit; liv Williau] lilack.

That Beautiful Wrrtih; by William Black.

Shandim Bulls; bv William Black.

A Princess of Thule: by William Black.

Madcap Violet; by William Black.

Macleod of Dare; by William Black.

In Silk Attire; by William Black.

In Far Locbal>er; by William Black.

Green Pastures and Piccadilly; by William Black.

A Daughter of Heth; by William Black.

Monsieur Ijeco(i; by Emile Galiorian.

The Mvstery ol Orcival; by Emile Gaboriau.

The Honor nf the Name; by Emile Gaboriau.

Otbir l'iM)|dc's Money; by Emile Gaboriau.

The Widow Lerouge'; by Emile Gaboriau.

In the .SoiiLb 8eas; by Robert Louis Stevenson.

Island Nights Entertainments; by Robert Louis Steven-
son.

The Black Arrow; by Robert Louis Stevenson.

The Master nf Ballantrae; by Robert Louis Stevenson.

Kidnapped; by Robert Louis Stevenson.

David Balfout-; by Robert Louis Stevenson.

The Mi-rry Men; by Itnbert^ Louis Stevenson.

Travels with a Unidiey; by Kiilicrt Louis Stevenson.

An Iiihiiid Vov;il;i-; by lIoluTt Louis Stevenson.

A Footnote toUistory; by Robert, Louis Steyen.son.

Prom the Author.
A Man of Destiny; Story of Abraham Lincoln; An Epic
Poem; by Ernest Linwood Staples.

Also Added.
The Crossing; by Winston Churchill.
Sir Mortimer; by Mary Johnston.
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm; by Kate Douglas Wiggin.



Mrs. Anna B. Seitzinger of Reading, Pa., was
among the arrivals on July 27th.



Miss Lizzie Glancy of Boston, is visiting her
sister, Mrs. E. P. Eicker.

Mr. Isaac B. Johnson of Spuyten Duyvil, N.
Y., joined Mrs. Johnson at the Poland Spring
House on Wednesday.



When you tire of Poland Spring
— if you ever do tire — write us
for pointers on the next place.
We have information and tickets
for every Resort in the World by
Every Route. TRe information is
yours for the asking.

THOS. COOK & SON,

New York; Philadelphia; Boston; Chicago;
San Francisco, etc.
Established 1841.



Willard School for American Girls.



Berlin, Germany.



^. ■. ^OS^ISHb



587 1-2 Congr

Wimm T-ailorfng.



street,

PORTLAND, IVtE.



EVANGELINE S. ADAMS,
ASTROLOGER AND PALMIST,

18 Huntington Avenue, BOSTON.

Announces Unit diiiiii-.luiii.'. .luh, .-md |iMrl ..f .Vufiust she
will be in her li.)^uiii uilice, un.l ijej;iiMuiiK wiili dc-toU'r her time
will bedivided Ijetwccj] .New York and liuston. First three weeks
at Carnegie Hall, New York, and balance of nioutli in ISostou.



Portland Longfellow Souvenir Spoon



Golf, Euchre, and other Prizes.




E^tablislifd



*,8'';:'"' J, A. MERRILL & CO,. Jewelers. 'mi'R,tr.L



J. E. PilLMER.rf^



Garments for Ladies*



Millinery, Gloves. Neckwear. Children's
Cotton Suits, Cloth Sailor Suits, and Coats.



Cotton and Silk Dresses, Waists,

J. E. PALMER, 543 Congress St., PORTLAND.



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Andrew H. Kellogg Co.

PRINTERS



^ The printing of fine illustrated
circulars, booklets, programmes,
and catalogues a specialty



ANDREW H. KELLOGG CO.

Numbers 409 to 415 Pearl Street. Corner
of New Chambers Street. NEW YORK




THOS. F. GALVIN,

..ROSES



124 Tremont Street (Opposite Park Street Chunli), BOSTON.
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