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MISCELLANEOUS
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Old Dr. Pitcher’s remedy for
Children’s Complaints.
''Especially adapted to children."
Dr. Alex. Kobertson, 103” 2d Av., N. V
“Pleasant, Harmless and Wonderfully Efficacious. ’ ’
Dr. A. J. Green, Koyerton, Ind.
41prescribe it as superior to any known remedy."
Dr. n. A. Archer, 82 Portland Av., Brooklyn.
Castoria is not narcotic. Mothers, Nurses
and Doctors agree that for Sour-Stomach,
Flatulency, Diarrhoea, and Constipation,
nothing is so prompt as old Dr. Pitcher's
Castoria, 117 assimilating the food.
Castoria gives robust health and nat
ural sleep.
The Great Healing Remedy.
An Infallible cure for Blieumatism, Sci
atica, Neuralgia, Wounds, Burns, Sprains,
Stiff Joints, Spavin, and tameness from
any cause. __
P.T.Barnum, tho great Showman, says
“Among my vast troupe of Equestrians, Team
sters, Uorses, Camcia, and Elephants, some are
always strained, bruised, or wounded. My Sur
geons and Veterinaries all say, that for casual
ities to men and animals, nothing is sc
efficacious as Centaur Liniment.”
438 Fifth Av., New York, May 9th, 1875.
feb28 dl'uT&Seow&weowlyil
Invalids,
Epicures,
and, in Fact, everyone should ‘
understand the value of that
delicious food source—SEA
MOSS FARING. It is produc
ed by inventive skill from the
nutritious Irish Sea Moss, and
is, without exception, tiie best
Invalids’Food and most useful
basis for light wholesome food
and desserts now in existence.
For puddings, jellies, creams,
blanc manges and other table
delicacies, the Sea Moss Farinc
excels everything known, and
in the sick room it is simply
indispensable.
my4 TS&Tlynrm
IMITATION OFTflE LEG.
The Old Family Ptayaictnn all Fanil—Or
David Kennedy theNnccossfin burgeon.
Money is the universal necessity, and none but a
cynic or a fool will affect to despise it. Mr. Abram
Ellsworth, of Port Ewen, Ulster county, N. Y., had
realized this truth. His disease involved the whole
of his thigh-bone, and the suffering man looked for
ward, not without apparent reason, to death as his
only deliverer. His family physician refused to am
putate the limb—asserting that the operation would
kill I he patient on the spot. Dr. David, Kennedy,
of Eondout, N. Y. who was consulted, held a differ
ent opinion, and amputated the limb. The Doctor
then administered freely bis great Blood Specific
FAVORITE REMEDY to afford tone and strength
to the system, prevent the return of the disease,
and Mr. Ellsworth remains to this day in the bloom
of health. This gentleman’s disease was the off
spring of foul blood, and Kennedy’s FAVORITE
REMEDY purified the blood and restored to him
the power once more to enjoy his life. Are you suf
fering from any disease traceable to the same cause?
Try Favorite Remedy. Your druggist has it. ONE
DOLLAR a bottle. Bear in mind the proprietor’s
name and addreBS: Dr. David KENNEDY, Rondout
NewYork. ap25T,Tk&S&wlm
Among the medicinal means of arresting disease,
Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters stands pre-eminent. It
checks the further progress of all disorders of the
stomach, liver and bowels, revives the vital stamina,
prevents and remedies chills and fever, increases
the activity of the kidneys, counteracts a tendency
to rheumatism, and is a genuine stay and solace to
aged, infirm and nervous persons.
For Sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally.
niay2 _TuTh&Sat&wlml8
There is no escuse for suffering from
Consti]>s» ti nia
and a thousand other diseases that
owe their origin to a disordered
state of the Stomach and Bowels,
and inaction of the Digestive Or
gans, when the tlse of
DR. HENRY BAXTER'S
■MBS
Will give immediate relief, and
In a short time effect a perma
nent cure. After constipation follows
Biliousness, Dyspepsia,
Indigestion, Diseases of
the Kidneys, Torpid Liver
Rheumatism, Dizziness,
Sick Headache, Loss of
Appetite, Jaundice, Ap
oplexy, Palpitations,
Eruptions and Skin Dis
eases, etc., ali of which these
Bitters will speedily cure by removing the cause.
Keep the Stomach, Bowels, and Digestive Organa
in good working order, and perfect health
will be the result. LadieS and others sub
ject to Sick Headache find relief
and permanent cure by the use of these Bitters
Being tonic and mildly purgative they
PURIFY THE BLOOD
by expelling all Morbid Secretions.
Price 25 cts. per bottle.
For sale by all dealere in medicine. Send
address for pamphlet, free, giving full directions.
HENRY, JOHNSON & LORD, Props., Darlington, Vt.
no3 MW&F&wly
^"Cures Rheumatism, Lumbago?
lame Back, Sprains and Bruises,
Asthma, Catarrh, Coughs, Colds,
Sore Throat, Diphtheria, Burns,
Frost Bites, Tooth, Ear, and
Headache, and all pains and aches.
The beat Internal and external remedy la 1
the world. Every bottle guaranteed. 1
Price, SO cents and '1.00.
FOSTER, MILBIR.N & *. Prop'ra, t
I BUFFALC
W. P. PHILLIPS & CO.,Wholesale Agfa.
aug TXU&Sly
Wit and Wisdom.

“What is the matter, old fellow? You seem
worried.’’ “Well, I am—I’m being dunned
up hill and down dale by infernal creditors.”
“Ob, you owe a large sum of money?’’ “No,
but a great mauy small sums, and debts are like
children—the smaller they are the more both
er they are.”
New Pitman connection and combination fly
wheel on the “Domestic,” 12 Elm street.
It is well we cannot see into the future.
Fancy the disgust of Pizarro if he could have
foreseen Shipherd and his guano claim.—Syra
cuse Herald.
In Hot Water.
Orpha M. Hodge, Battle Creek, Mich.,
writes: “I upset a tea-kettle of boiling hot
water on my hand. I at once applied Thom
as’ Eolectric Oil, and the effect was to im
mediately allay the paid. I was cured iu three
days.” _
“I occasionally drop into poetry,” as the man
said when he fell into the editorial waste bask
et.—New York Post.
For Delicate Women.
Caring ulcerative weakness and displace
ment, constipation, pileB, sick headache, dizzy
spells, palpitation and nervousness, Dr. Cor
bett’s Shakers’ Saisaparilla, prepared by Mary
Whitcher.
Isn’t it a little singular that Peter, who had
been in the habit of going a-fishing, should
have been so staggered at the little lies told by
Ananias and Sapphire?—Somerville Journal.
Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, 233 Western Ave
nue, Lynn, Mass., is rapidly acquiring an en
viable reputation for the surprising cures
which daily result from the use of her Vege
table Compound in all ^female diseases. Send
to her for pamphlets.
They say an alligator is incapable of nausea.
This will afford a comforting reflection to the
man who has ,inst been swallowed by one.—
Lewoll Citizon.
Mary Whitcher,
Whose portrait adorns our columns, has been
a conspicuous figure in Shaker history for
moro than half a century, and has always
supervised the preparation of Dr. Corbett’s
Shakers’ Sarsaparilla.
It has always been a source of surprise with
us that the deaf-mutes never applied to the leg
islature for a hearing.—Boston Transcript.
Xo man feels like work when his back aches.
There is a remedy for this; it is called ‘‘Elixir
of Life Boot,” the Banner Kidney Remedy.
It cures Kidney and Liver Complaints, and all
diseases of the Urinary Organs.
They had u good deal of trouble in a Montre
al court the other day, trying to swear in a Chi.
naman. He said ho “believed” in anything;
that he “no swearee at allee;” and he didn’t
swear on a saucer. When asked if he was a
Buddhist he answered: “Me no knowee what
you say. What you talkee about?” In reply
to the question, “What religion do you belong
to?” he said, “State of Ohio,” and was finally
sworn by crossing his hands on his heart.—De
troit Free Press.
A Portland lady said: “I owe my success in
cooking puddings, biscuits, doughnuts, dump
lings, cakes, &c., to Congress Yeast Powder.
It never fails and that is what I can’t say of
some others I have used.”
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Recipts by Railroad—May 8.
Grand Trunk Railway—64 cars lumber, 1 do
wood.27 do grain, 12 do mercbanise, 1 do live stock,
and 27 do of other freight.
Eastern Railroad—499 boxes garden seeds, 16
bales cotton, 126 bbls flour,
Maine Central—3 cars cedar posts, 1 do pulp, 1 do
hay, 2 do oilcloth, 2 do paper, 3 do lumber, 1 do'
oil barrels, 1 do pig iron, 1 do bedsteads, 1 do slate,
also 30 cars miscellaneous lor Portland and 70 for
connecting roads.
Boston and Maine—1G cars flour, 18 sets wheels.
1 case blacking, 1 package trees,117 bales cotton, 6
bundles rope, 17 pkgs. tobacco, 3 safes, 1 car oats,
125 bbls. oat meal, 140 sacks middlings, 1 car wal
nut lumber, 120 qrs. fresh beef, 2 cars bran.
Portland & Ogdensburg—7 cars shook,1 pulp, 1 do
hay, 2 do woodboard, 2 do hoops,11 do ice, 2 do ap
ples, 2 do ore, 1 do saltpetre, 1 do shoe pegs, 1 do
furniture, 1 do lumber, 1 do laths, 5 do logs, 2 do
grain, 1 do paper, miscellaneous 6. Total 47.
Fresh JBeef Market.
Corrected for the Press daily by Wheeler, Swift
& Co., Commission Merchants in Chicago Dressed
Beef, Franklin Wlilirf:
Sides.11 @12% Hinds.13 @15
Fores.9 @10 Rattles....... 9 @ 9%
[email protected]>% Rounds.10%@11%
Rumps — ...15%@lt>% Loins...18 @21
Rumo Loins.16 @18%,,
Groin market.
POBTLAND, May 8.
Tho following quotation? of Grain wore received
by telegraph from Chicago to-day hy S. H. Larminle
Si Co., 157 Commercial street, Portland.
Chicago.-Wheat- .-Corn- .-Outs-.
Time. June. July May. June. June. July.
9.34..126% 125 73% 72% 61 Vi
10.00. 126% 1233/g 74 72% 61% 46%
10.30.. 126% 124% 74% 72% 61% 46%
11.30.. 126% 1243/g 74V* 72% 61% 46
12.30.. 126% 123% 73% 72% 61% 45%
• 1.04..126% 123% 738/a 72 61*/s 46%
Call....125% 126% 72 70% 61 45%
May Wheat 10 a m 125; July Corn 9.34 a mat
72%c; 1.04 p m at 72%; call 71%.
Daily Domestic Receipts.
By wateroonveyanoe—1030 bash Oornmeal to G
W. True & Co. _
Dry Goods Wholesale market.
Tbe following quotations are wholesale prices and
oorrected daily by Storer Bros. & Co., Dry Goods,
Woolens and Fancy Goods, 144 to 162 Middle street:
UNBLEACHED COTTONS.
Heavy 36 in. 7%@ 8%
Med. 36 in. [email protected] 7ya
Light 36 in. 5 @6
Fine 40 in. 7%@ 9
Fine [email protected]
Fine 8-4.18.S22
Fine [email protected]
Fine [email protected]%
BLEACHED COTTONS.
Beet 36in..ll%@13
tied. 86 in.. 8 @11
jight3(iin.. 6 @ 7%
Fine 42 In.. 10 @14
Fine 6-4....11 @17
Fine 6-4.16 @20
Fine 7-4.19 @23
Fine 8-4.21 @26
Fine 9-4.25 @30
Fine 10-4 ,..27%@32^i
TICKINGS, ETC.
Tickings,
Best.16 @18
Medium... 11 @14
Light...... 8 @10
[email protected]%
Lucki-Brown 9 @12
“ Fancy [email protected]
Drills. [email protected] 9
Corset Jeans.... 7 a? 8
Satteens........ [email protected] 9%
Cambrics. [email protected]
[email protected]
Cotton Flannels. 7® 15
Twine & Warps [email protected]&
Batting—Best..
Good...
California fflinmg
(By Telegraph.)
SAN Fbancisco. Mav 8.—The following are the
closing anotations of Mining stocks to-day:
Best &|J3elcher. 6%
Bodie. 6
Eureka. 21
Gould & Carry,. 2%
Hale & Norcross.. 1 Vs
Mexican. 6%
Northern B**.llo. 8
Ophir... 3*4
Savage . lVs
Sierra Nevada... 684
Union ;Con. ll3/s
Yellow Jacket. 1
JEuropean darken.
Bv Telegraph.)
Liverpool, May 8—131.30 P. M.—Cotton market
good demand and freely met; Uplands at 6%d; Or
leans 6 13-16; sales 12,000 hales; speculation and
export 2,600; futures steady.
3UBBUGE8.
In Yarmouth, May 6, GeoJ L. Bateman of Yar
mouth ami Miss EIoiseF. Sprague of Machiasporr
In Great Falls, N. H„ May. 4, by Rev. 0. P. H
Nason of Chelsea. Mass.. Harry Vane Moore ot
Berwick, Me., and Emma Frances, daughter of Wm
W. Nason, Esq., of Great Falls.
DEATHS
In Bath, May 8, Thos D. Wakefield, aged 53 years
9 months. »
In Bath, May 5, Miss Mary T. ltairden, aged 28
years.
In Bridgton, April 24, Mrs. Mary Libby, widow of
the late Moses Libby, aged 81 years.
In Georgetown, May 5, Carpt. Washington Oliver,
aged 67 years.
In Bath, May 6, Annie E. wifo of Frank McCer
rison, aged 28 years.
In Kumford, April 19, Orrin S. Dvke of Kumford
and Miss Ebber A. Knight of Bethel.
SAILING DAVB OF STEAMSHIPS.
FROM FOR
Arizona.New York. .1 iverpool.. .May 9
Gallia.New York..Liverpool ...May 10
Erin..New York..London_ Moy 10
Canada.New York Havre.May 10
Aecapulco.New York..Panama.May 10
Adriatic.New York..Liverpool....May 11
City of Puebla.New York. .Havana.May 11
Andes.New York..Kingston — May 12
Mississippi.Quebec.Liverpool.. .May 13
Polynesian.Quebec.Liverpool.... May 13
Ontario.Quebec.Liverpool — May 13
Niagara.New York..Havana.May 13
Alvo.New York..Port Prince.May 16
Servia..New York.. Liverpool.... M ay 17
BritishJEmpiro_New York..Havana.May 18
Peruvian.Boston.Liverpool.. .May 20
Newport.New York..Havana.May 20
City Washington. ..New York. Havana.May 26
Alvena.New York..Kingston — May 26
Montreal.Quebec.Liverpool — May 27
Circassian .. .Quebec.Liverpool. ..May 27
Ailsa.New York . Port Prince). May 30
MINIATCBIS ALMANAC.May 9.
Bun rises.4.40 I High water, (PM).. 4 12
Sun sots.7.13 I Moon rises. 0.04
MARINE ISTEWST
PORT OF PORTLAND.
MONDAY, May 8.
Arrived.
Steamer City of Portland, Larcom, Boston for
Eastport and St John, NB.
Sch Civilian,(Br) —, Grand Menan.with herring
for a market.
Sch Avail. Deering. Amboy for Gardiner.
Sch Isaac Rich, McClearn, Wareham.
Sch I .aura & Marion, Eastman, Harpswell.
Sch Pearl, Farley, Calais for Boston.
Sen A Hooper' Davis, Oakes far BoBton.
Sch Oriental, Wilson, Millbrldge for Boston.
Sch Hannah Grant, Strout, Machiae for Boston.
Sch A J Whiting, Carter, Mt Desert for Boston.
Sch A J Whiting, Carter, Deer Isle for Boston.
Sch Jas O'Donohne, Warren, Bangor for Bridge
port.
Sch W B Darling, Pendleton, Bangor for Boston.
Sch Telumah, Spronl, Bangor for New York.
Cleared*
Steamship Franoonia, Mangnm, New York—Henry
Fox.
Brig Aqnidnec, Ward, Bangor, to load for Phila
delphia—Ryan & Kelsey.
Sch Shepardess, Clifford, Damariscotta—N Blake.
FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.
KENNEBUNKPORT, May 8—Launched, by Da
vid Clark, a tine centre-board schr of 60 tons, n m,
named Annie Louise, built on contract for James
Crowell, of West Denni*. and others, and will be
commanded by Morris B. Cole of SouthjYarmouth,
who is part owner. This sehr is 62 ft keel and 22 ft
beam; is shoal, sharp and sightly, built of the best
stock in a thorough manner.
Barque Signal, 492 tons, built at Newburyport in
1867. overhauled in 1879, has been purchased by
Capt William A Pressey of Rockland, and others,
at $8260.
FROM MERCHANTS’ EXCHANGE.
Ar at New York 8th Inst, steamer Niagara, from
Havana. _
Sid fm Almeria 7th inst, barque Kennard, Down
ing New York.
Sid 1m Falmouth, E, 7th inst, barque St Cloud
Stilphen, Reval.
Ar at ileal 6th inst, ship Alhambra, Dow, from
New York.
Ar at Havre 6th inst, ship Rembrandt, Paine, San
Francisco.
MEMORANDA
Brig Henri Coipel, which has been lying on the
Cape Elizabeth flats the past winter, is to be towed
to Bath and placed on Goss & Sawyer z railway,
whore she will have a new bottom put in and other
necessary repairs made. __ „
Sch Jed Frye, from St John, NB, for New York,
which broke from her anchors and drove ashore at
Musquash 3d inst, was hauled oft 7th full of water
and towed back to St John for repairs.
Sch Mary E Amsden has discharged her cargo of
lumber at Fall River and was towed back to New
London 6th for repairs. She will require new deck
frames and general repairs to top works. Her bot
tom sustained but little damage while ashore, lhe
whole expense of repairs and towage will amount
to about £2600.
Seh Grecian, from Calais for Boston, which put
into Boothbay 4th inst leaky in top works, has re;
paired and proceeded. ,
Sch Percy, of Eastport, which was damaged by
ice 4th inst in the Straits of Oanso, made necessary
repairs at Oanso, and sailed 6th for Magdalen.
Sch Ira D Sturgis, from New York for Jackson
ville, with stone, put into Norfolk 6th with loss of
jib and jibboom.
FISHERMEN.
Sid fm Newport 6th, sobs John Nye, Joyce, (fm
Deer Isle) bound south; Warren J Crosby, Joyee,
^Sld'fni Halifax 6th inst, sob Nellie Burns, McDon
ald, Western Banks, (having repaired.) •
Sid fm Canso 6th, sch Percy, (from Eastport) lor
Magdalen Island.
DOMESTIC PORTS.
SAN FRANCISCO -Cld 6th, ship St Mark, Nich
ols, Liverpool.
PENSACOLA—Ar 2d, sch Thos W Holder, Gray,
Corpus Christi.
ST AUGUSTINE—Cld 6th, sch Albert Dailsy,
Ggldthwaite, WiscaBset. _ . .
JACKSONVILLE—Cld 3d, sch Maud Webster,
Chipman, New York.
BRUNSWICK—Ar 2d, schs Lena R Storer. Bond,
Boston; Laina Cobb, Providence.
WILMINGTON, NC—Ar 6th, sch Nellie, Drink
water. Baltimore.
FORTRESS MONROE—Passed in 6th, sch George
Waiker. Thompson, Matanzas for Baltimore,
BALTIMORE—Ar 6th, sch Silver Spray, Hall,
Orchilla.
Cld 6th, schs Lulu, Baker, Bath; La Volta, Whit
more, Wilmington, NC. (and sailed.)
PHILADELPHIA—Cld 6th, brigs George E Dale,
Pierce, St Thomas; F H Todd, Clark, Portland; sch
Mary E Graham, Powell, Saco; Sarah Potter, Wall,
Boston.
Ar 7th, sch Eunie McKown, Wylie, Baracoa.
NEW YORK—Ar 6th. brig Tenerifie, Traoy. Ma
tanzas; schs Georgia Clark, Baitlett, Charleston;
Susan, Kennedy, and Sinbad, Emery, from Rock
land; F A Pike, Boston; Addie Sawyer, Cook, and
Alta-Vela, Weils, Providence; Agnes, Lawry, do.
Ar 7th, Bbip Manuel Llaguno, Stackpole, Liver
pool; barque Nellie Brett, Davis. Boston; schs Jos
Wilde, Branscomb, Para 23 days; Dora M French,
French, Jacksonville; Kate Foster, Bunker, Apple
River, NS; Eflort, Chandler, Augusta; Harbinger,
Bangor for Philadelphia; Wm H Jordan, Manson,
Bootkbay; Georgietta, Woodward, Bluehill; Adam
Bowlby, Ellsworth fer Rondout; Wreath, Calais for
Philadelphia; Brave, Wilson, Frankfort; Searsvllle,
Brown, Gardiner; A Hammond, Goldthwaite, Gard
iner- Nile, Spear, and Nautilus. Tollman, Rockland;
E L Gregory, Nellie E Gray, S J Gillmore, Corvo,
and Fleetwing, from Rookland; Castilian, and Mary
from Roekport: Veto, Stevens, Thomaston; Nancy
J Day, Muuroe, Bristol.
Cld 6tb. barque Dida E Clark, Clark, Matanzas;
brig O B Stillman, Race, for Fernandina, Fla;
Sarah W Hunt, Steele, Baracoa; Mary E Douglass,
Lewis Lewis, do; Ada Barker, Edwards, Fernan
dina; Addie M Bird, Fales, Boston; A F Hawe, El
lis, Baltimore. „ _ .
Passed the Gate 6th, schs Chase, from New York
for Rockland; Alta-Vela, Amboy for Ellsworth.
Passed the Gate 7th, schs Teaser, from New York
for Portland; Berth* J Fellows, do for Pembroke;
T W Allen, do for Boston; Volant, Hojoken for
Providence; Margaret, do for Saco.
PROVIDENCE—Ar 6th, schs W Saulsbury, Park
er Bangor; Agricola, Whi more, Ellsworth; City
of Ellsworth, Bonsey, do; Westerloo, Jordan, and
Flora King, Bickford, Calais. „
Sin 6th, scht C H Eaton, Swain, and Mott-Haven,
Curtis, New York.
Ar 7th. sch Pierce, Lord, Bangor.
FALL RIVER—Ar 6th, sob Empress, Kendall,
^ NEWPORT—Ar 6th, sch Maria S, Knowlton. fm
Dennysville for Narragansett.
NEW BEDFORD—Sid 5tb, sch J D Ingraham,
Lewis, New York. ,
Sid 6th, sch Geo W Jewett, Blair. Wilmington,
NC, to load for Portland. ,
VINEYARD-HAVEN—Ar 4th, schs Jef Borden,
Hoboken for Boston; Red Rover, from do for Dover;
Olive Branch, New York for Harbor Grace; Ariel,
Calais for New York; Flora King, Calais forProvi
dence: Capt John, Ellsworth for orders; Watch
n an, Calais for do.
Sailed, schs M B Mahoney, Cyrus Chamberlain,
A Tirrell, Adam Bowlby, Paragon, Isola, Ned Sump
ter. Geo Savage, Acara, and Flora King.
EDGARTOWN—Ar 6th, schs Itasca, Wilson, tm
Elzabethport for Boston; Ned Sumpter, New York
forSaiem; Herald, Rondout for Lynn; Idaho, do for
HDANVEES—Ar 6th, sch Junietta, Thompson,
^BOSTON—Ar 7tb,schs Boston Light, Wadsworth,
Camden; J P Wallace,Bryant, Bristol; Jennie How
ard, Campbell, Westport.
Below, sch D D Haskell.
SALEM—Ar 6th, schs Nettie Cushing, Robinson,
Rondout; N Jones, Perry, Calais.
Ar 7th, sehs Rival, from Bath for New York;
Marion Draper, Gardiner for do; James H Deputy,
Hallowell for do: Olive Elizabeth, Portland for do;
Geo Shattuck, Lincolnville for Bristol.
Cld 6th, barque Challmette, Cbadbourne, Boston,
gailed.)
NEWBURYPORT—Ar 6th, schs Pennsylvania,
Dollv, Weehawken; Anrara, White, Calais.
BANGOR—Ar 6th, sch Harriet, Weymouth, from
Portland. ^ Grac0 Cushing, Mosher, Saco, to load
for Philadelphia.
VOBEIGN PORTS.
At Adelaide Mch 18, barque Malleville, Harlow,
for Sydney, NSW.
Cld at Hong Kong Mch 28, barque Grace Deer
ing. Salvage. Iloilo. .
fa portMch 28. ship Charter Oak. Gilkey, uno.
At lutavia mch 23. barque Tewkesbury L Sweat,
Whittier, for United States._
Sid fm Sierra Leone Apl 13tb, barque Monrovia,
T<Atyuverpoo? Apl 26, ship Harvey Mills, Mills, for
N<Jff Bardsey, E, Apl 22d, ship Gen Knox, from
Liverpool for San Francisco.
At Baracoa Apl 22, sch Ume McKown, McKown,
Wiley, from Philadelphia, ar Apl 21.
Ar at Havana 6th inst, brig Henry T Wing, Smith
Yprlc.
Cld at Windsor, NS, 1st inst, sch A F Crockett,
Thorndike. New York.
Ar at Lockport, NS, 6th inst, brig Alice, Spin
ney, Portland.
Ar at Hillsboro 2d inst, sch Sarah Eaton, Lunt,
Portland. _ _ -
Cld 3d. sch Fanny Flint, Warren, Rondout; Clara
Jane, Allen, Newark. . _
Cld at St John, NB, 6th inst, sch Ida L Ray, Mar
shall, Washington.
WHY YOU SHOULD INSURE
-IN THE
UNION MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF PORTLAND, MAINE.
IT IS AN OLD COMPANY, haying been estab
ialied oyer thirty years.
IT HAS PASSED THROUGH EVERY GREAT
PANIC since its organization, paying every honest
loss without dispute or delay.
IT IS A POPULAR COMPANY, having gained
an established character for liberality by many
years of fair dealing with its policy-holders.
IT HAS THE ENDORSEMENT Of the highest in
surance authorities and the most prominent busi
ness and professional men all over the country, and
for all these reasons is entitled to your considera
tion and respect.
IT IS A PURELY MUTUAL COMPANY, having
no stockholders to take the lion’s share of the pro
fit?. Mutual companies never fail.
IT HAS OVER THIRTEEN THOUSAND POLI
CIES in force, and is therefore sure of a fair aver
age mortality, and cannot be seriously affected by
epidemics.
IT IS A HOME
INCONTESTIBLE POLICIES! All policie
ssued after Nov. 16,1881, are incontestible after
three years from the date of the policies for any
cause except fraud or mistatement of age.
ITS DEFINITE CONTRACT POLICY provides
for every contingency which can occur during its
continuance, and is so simple and clear that even a
child can understand it.
ITS MATNE LAW EXTENSION 13 the most just
and perfect plan for protecting the interest of the
policy-holder ever devised.
ACCELERATED ENDOWMENTS! Whenever
the reserve upon the policy and the dividend addi
lions thereto, amount to the sum insured, the poli
cy becomes payable at once as a matured endow •
ment.
PROMPT PAYMENT OF DEATH LOSSES.
OUR ESTABLISHED RULE is to pay our death
claims promptly upon their approval by the loss
committee, without waiting the customary ninety
days—and without rebate of interest!
JOIiVE.DEWITT, - President.
DANIEL SHARP. Vice President,
HENRY D. SMITH, Secretary,
NICHOLAS DeGROOT, Assistant Secretary,
THOMAS A. FOSTER, Medical Director.
J. F. FERRIS,
Manager for Maine and New Hampshire
JAMES A. ANDERSON, Special Agt.,
R. EMMERTON JONES, Agent for
Portland. eodtf
MISCELLANEOUS
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POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel or purity,
strength and wholesomeness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot he sold in com
petition with the multitude of low test, short weight,
alum or phosphate powders.
Sold only in cans. Koyad Bakiko Powder Co.
New York. feb!8d*wly
MARY WHITCHER.
CO-MANUFACTURER
DR. CORBETT’S CELEBRATED
SHAKERS’ SARSAPARILLA,
A POSITIVE CURE
For all Imparities of the Blood and other
Fluids, Disease* of the Kidney* Urina
ry Organs, Liver, Bowels,and Skin,
For Women.—It regulates tlie female functions,
purifying the fluids of unwholesome humors and
ulceratious, restoring displaced organs by its tonic
influence on the blood, muscles and ligaments, and
curing Constipation, Piles, Sick Headache, Dizzy
Spells, Weakness, Palpitation and Nervousness.
Probably the only medicine known that will dissolve
away Tumors and Cancerous growths.
For Children.—Pure ana palatable; it removes
the first symptoms of Hereditary Disease of the
Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Lungs, and clenses the
skin of Pimples, Blotches, Boils, Carbuncles and
Itching and Scaly Humors.
Rheumatism.—It removes the cause of Rheums
tism, Neuralgia, and Gout, and has cured thousands
of cases of Liver and Kidney diseases, Scrofula, Ul
cers on the Lungs, White Swellings, Canker Humors.
Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Dropsy, Gravel, Gail
Stones, and Bright’s Disease.
Dr. Corbett’s Shakers’ Sarsaparilla is rec
ommended by scores of prominent New England
physicians. It has cured many remarkable cases
given up to die, and can always be relied upon as a
pure, safe, and economical remedy for Chronic Dis
eases of either sex, all Impurities of the Blood,
Loss of Flesh, Strength and Appetite, and is pecul
iarly a domestic medicine, appealing strongly to
mothers who love healthy, happy homes. The
average cost is about one cent per dose.
Prepared under the supervision of Mary
WniTCHER, Shaker Village, N. H., and sold by
all respectable druggists. Be careful to call for Dit.
Corbett’s Shakers’ Saraparilla. and avoid im
itations. Price, §1 per bottle; six bottles for $5.
Gen’l Agts., WEEKS & POTTER, Boston.
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PARKER'S
HAIR BALSAM.
x nis eiegant dressing
is preferred by those
who have used it, to any
(similar article, on ac
count of its superior
cleanliness and purity.
It contains materials
only that are beneficial
to the scalp and hair
and always
Restores the Youthful Gofer to Grey or Faded Hair
Parker’s Hair Balsam is finely perfumed and is
warranted to prevent falling of the hair and to re
move dandruff anditching. Hiscox & Co., N. Y.
50c. and 268, at dealers la drugs and medicines. I
PARKER’S
GINGER TONIC
A Superlative Health and Strength Restorer.
If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
overwork, or a mother rim down by family or house*
hold duties try Parker’s Ginger Tonic.
If you are a lawyer, minister or business man ex
hausted by mental strain or anxious cares, do not lake
intoxicatingstimu!ants,butusc Parker's Ginger Tonic
If you have Consumption, Dyspepsia, Rheuma
fsm, Kidney Complaints, or any disorder of the lungs,
stomach, bowels, blood or nerves,Parker’s Ginger
Tonic will cure you. It is the Greatest Blood Purifier
And the Best and Surest Cough Cure Ever Used.
. If you are wasting away from age, dissipation or
; -any disease or weakness and require a stimulant take
L Ginge* Tonic at once; it will invigorate and build
r you up from the first dose but will never intoxicate.
5 It has saved hundreds of lives; it may save yours,
ft. CAUTION!—Refuse all substitutes. Parker’* Ginger Tonic U
T composed of the best remedial agents in the world, and is entirely
\ different from preparations of ginger alone. Send for circular to
• Hiscox & Co., N. Y. 60c. & (1 sizes, at dealers In drugs.
GREAT SAVING BUYING DOLLAR SIZE.
Its rich and lasting fragrance has made this
delightful perfume exceedingly popular. Thero
is nothing like it. Insist upon having Flores*
ton Cologne and 1 ook for signature of
JiSaMxw: 9
on every bottle. Any druggist or dealer In perfumery
can supply you. 25 and 75 cent sizes,
g LARGE SAVING BUYING 75c. SIZE.
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ELIXIR
-OF
LIFE BOOT!
THE BANNER
A Positive Cure for Kid*
ney&Live Complaints
and ail Diseasesarising
therefrom such as
Dropsy, Gravel, Diabetes, Inflammation
of the Bladder, Brick Dust Deposit,
Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Female
Complaints, and all Diseases
of the Urinary Organs.
A Druggist has Hold over 1,000 Bottles
Rockland, Me., April 25,1881.
I have sold over one thousand bottles of Elixir of
Life Root, and have never found a case where it
failed to give satisfaction.
WM. H. KITTREDGE.
Nearly Dead and One Bottle Cared Him
Westfield, Mass., March 28,1 1.
J. W. Kittbedge, Agent Elixir of Life Root.
Dear Sir—Having suliered intensely for four years
with disease of the Kidneys, after having during
that time tried various medicines without obtain
ing relief, I was induced to try a bottle of your
EL1XER0F LIFE ROOT, and it affords mo pleasure
to say that one bottle of it completely cured mo. I
recommend it as the only valuable and certain cure
for kidney troubles I have ever seen I would add
that before taking your medicine I had become so
weak that I was about to give up work. Hoping
that others who have suffered like myself may ho o
fortunate as to try your valuable medicine,
Truly yours, T. F. McMAIN.
As a SPRING TONIC AND APPETIZ
JER IT HAH NO EQUAL.
ONE DOLLAR A BOTTLE.
Elixir of Life Root Company,
J. W. KITTBEDGE, Agent,
ROCKLAND, MAINE.
O'-ALL DRUGGISTS SELL
Je6 TS&T&wly22
^IfnaOB’S COMPOUND OF ^
PURE COD LIVER
k OIL ARP LIME. J
Wilber’s Ced-I.iver Oil anil Ijiiuc. —Th
friends of persons who have been restored from Con
sumption by the use of this original preparation, and
the grateful parties themselves, have, by rec'.m
► mending it and acknowledging its wonderful effica
cy, given the article a vast popularity in New Eng
land. The Cod-Liver Oil is in this combination rob
bed of its unpleasant taste, and rendered doubly
effective in being couplet! with the Lime, which is
itself a restorative principal, supplying nature with
Just the assistance required to heal and restore the
diseased Lungs. A. B. Wilbob, Boston, proprietor.
Sold by all druggists. aplldeod&wlm
MISCELLANEOUS._
MUSIC, MERIT AND MIRTH.
Jelly! Jollier! Jolllest! The Jollities!
NEW PORTLAKTJD THEATRE,
TWO NIGHTS ONLY,
WEDNESDAY ANDJHURSD AY,'MAY 10 & 11.
“FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN”
Houses Packed to the Very Doors !
Nothing Like It on the Stage!
ATKINSOKT^S
JOLLITIES
IN THEIR
GREAT MUSICAL ABSURDITY !
OUR OWN ORCHESTRA ! OUR OWN SCENERY !
UPROARIOUS FUN!
ORIGINAL AND CHARMING MUSIC.
UNBOUNDED ENTHUSIASM!
THE GREAT BURLESQUE DRILL SCENE!
POPULAR PRICES.
Admission 35 cents; Reserved Seals 50 and 75 cents, on sale at Box
Office TUESDAY, Mayfltli.
CHARLES ATKINSON, PROPRIETOR AND M4.HAGER*
Don't forget the Dates, May lOtli and lltli.
Keep this in Your Memory.
myS _ dJt
You Have Cot No Time To Lose.
As an Inducement for Every Family and Household to use
DAVID’S PRIZE LAUNDRY SOAP
We arc going to have a GRAND PRESENTATION FESTIVAL
June 20, IS82, at which we will give away the following
VALUABLE PRESENTS:
1 Brick Ilou-e and Lot, 35x100, m the
city of New York.
1 91000 4 per cent IJ. S.Bond.
1 Team Road Horses.
3 9500 II. ». Bono
1 Pony and Village Cart.
5 9100 Bonds.
3 Brand Pianos.
3 Diamond Bracelets.
5 Pairs Diamond Earrings.
10 Diamond Finger Kings.
30 Bold Watches.
50 Silver Watches.
35 930 Bold Pieces.
50 $10 GoldPieces.
! 190 $5 Gold Pieces.
50 Tea and Dinner .Sets, 50 Pieces.
5 Veloeipedes.
5 Mewing machines.
250 Japanese Tea Sets, 7 pieces.
50 mantel Clocks.
‘ 3 Sealskin Marques.
25 Plated Ice Pitchers.
5 Refrigerators.
12 Pairs Gold Rraeclets.
10 Gold Uace Pins.
And Three Hundred other Useful and
Valuable Presents.
No Small Things ! No Cheap Things! Everything Desirable !
HOW TO GET A TICKET.
Every cake of Soap is wrapped in a DARK BROWN Wrapper, especially made for DAVID’S PRIZE
SOAP. Buy the Soap and SAVE THE WRAPPERS until you have 20. and yon will get a ticket by re.
turning them to us; for 100 wrappers you will get 6 tickets. Von can obtain free of charge, from the Gro
cer of whom you buy tho Soap, our envelope, In which you can send the wrappers by mall at the least pos
sible expense. REMEMBER, the tickets cost you nothing—you do not buy them—WE DO NOT SELL
THEM we GIVE them to you for using our Soap. You have got to use soap. Use DAVID’S PRIZE
LAUNDRY SOAP. It is the LARGEST, CHEAPEST, BEST. The LONGEST-LASTING, WHITEST
WASHING, and most EFFICACIOUS SWEETENER OF LINEN EXTANT. BEAR IN MIND THAT
THE SOAP IS FULL VALUE AND CHEAP FOR THE PRICE YOU PAY FOR IT. We are going to
Eire away these Presents as an inducement for the people to use our Soap. IF YOU USE IT ONCE
YOU WILL ALWAYS USE II', AND THAT’S THE WAY WE WILL GET OUR MONEY BACK.
THINK OF IT! No Soap ever did so much for you, none ever will. “You have nothing to lose,” you
run no risk; vou get tbi worth of your roonev as soon as you buy the Soap. Every one of the above Pres
ents will be positively given awav. 20 WRAPPERS. 1 TICKET-100 WRAPPERS, 6 TICKETS.
See the advantage you obtain by using BAVID’S PBIZR SOAP. You get a larger cake of Soap
than any other of like quality. It is the best ever made f m laundry or householdFpurposes, and you may
receive a valuable present. It will not be necessary to attend the festival in order to receive presents, as
thev will be forwarded to anybody entitled to them on receipt of instructions how to send TRY IT!
YOU’LL LIKE IT! BUY MOKE THAN YOU NEED FOR 1MMEDI ATE USE, AS THE SOAP IM
PROVES WITH AGE. ITU THE BEST IN VESTMENT EVER MADE. For sale by all jobbers and
grocers keeping money worth goods. If your grocer does not keep it or will not get it, you can purchase
ft by the box of CONANT, PATRICK & CO., or any wholesale grocer in Portland. PRICE, Jb.00 for
100 CAKES, SO POUNDS. No communications answered unless you inclose stamp.
David’s Prize Soap Co., 185 to 187 FirstAv.,
ISTES'W YORIi.
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BUSINESS CARDS.
JOS'S1 & MOBTOK,
FRESCO PAINTERS.
19 market Square. Portland.
Price.* reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed.
je2
1 "
WOLFE’S
Schiedam Aromatic
SCHNAPPS. |
As a general beverage and necessary
corrective of water rendered Impure by
vegetable decomposition or other causes,
as Limestone, Sulphate of Copper &c, the
Aromatic Schnapps Ig superior to every
other alcoholic preparation. A public
trial of over 80 years duration in every
section of our country of Cdolpho Wolfe’s
Schnapps, its unsolicited endorsement by
the modi al faculty and a sale nuequaled
by any other alcoholic distillation have
insured for it the reputation of sainbrity
claimed for it. For sale by all Druggists
and Grocers.
18 -'EATER STREET,
i
•1EW YORK,
jui 4 py ;
DR F. IS. KENISOM
a s opened an office in :
Portland and can be found
at
So. 27G Middle St.,
oyer Edwards & Walker's
Hardware store, from
Hlay - tti f o *-,!.
dtf !
Temporary Home for Women and
Children.
The annual meeting: of this corpora
tion will be lield WEDNESDAY EVE
NING. May 10th, at 7.30, in the Com
mon Council Rooms, City Building-. By- I
Laws amended.
ELLEN M. CRAM, Secretary. 1
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KA lUtO ADS.
Bound Brook Route.
-BETWEEN
New York, Trenton & Philadelphia.
STATION IN NEVM£.Bi5&&&.
Stations in Philadelphia
JPh.iladelph.ia Sc Reading R. JR.
NINTH AND GBEEN STREETS,
AND THIRD AND BERKS SIS.
Express Trains, Double Track, Stone Balias
Dr rare (• bay ticket, (at any railroad or .team
boat office In Ne-w England) ria
BOUND BROOK ROUTW.
So, York and Philadelphia { fSJBS*,
1VEW BKOLAIHD AOKJTOV,
311 Washlsgton Street, Boston.
H. P. BALDWIN,
mh28dtf Glen. Pee*. Agent 0. K. K. of N. J.
Portland & OgflensDurg Ralrnad
CHANGE OF TIME
On and otter Monday, December 5«ta, 1SS1,
_Until further notioe parsenger trains
wfU run as follows:
feign’—IIS.- LEAVING PORTLAND
S.-A3 a. m.—For all stations, through to Bur
lington, gwnnlon, Montreal and Ogdens
burg.
a.45 p. tn.—For Fabyan’s and intermediate sta
tions.
ARRIVING AT PORTLAND;
11 .OO a. m.—From Fabyan's ind Bartlett.
0.00 p. m.—From Burlington and Swanton.
J. HAMILTON. Sap’t.
Portland. Doc. 3, 1881. decGdtf
CATARRH. Elys’Cream Balm
Effectually cleanses
the nasal passages of
Catarrhal virus, caus
ing healthy secretions,
allays inflammation,
protects the membrane
from additional colds,
completely heals the
sores and restores tho
sense of taste and
8mell;beueficial results
are realized by a few
applications. A thor
ough treatment will
cure Catarrh, Hay Fe
ver, &c. Unequaled fo
colas in the head.
Agreeable to use. Ap
, „ - ply by the little finger
HAY FEVER, into the nostrils. On
receipt of 50o will mail a package.. For sale in Port
land by wholesale and retail druggists
ELYS’ CREAM BALM CO., Owego, N. Y.
nov24 d&wly48
KEKVOUS DEBILITY.
A Cure Guaranteed.
Dr. E. C. West’s Nerve and Brain Treat
ment: ft specific for Hysteria, Dizziness,_ Convul
sions, Nervous Headache, Mental Depression, Loss
of Memory, Spermatorrhoea, Impotency, Involunta
ry Emissions, Premature Old Age, caused by over
ertion, self-abuse, or over-indulgence, which leads
to misery, decay and death. One ox will cure
recent cases Each bo* contains one u onth’s treat
ment. One dollar a box, or six hose for five dol
lars; sent bv mall prepaid on receipt of price. The
proprietors, John C. West & Co., guarantee six boxes
to cure any case. With each order received for
six boxes, accorni anied with five dollars, the pro
prietors will send the purchaser theft written guar;
antee to return the money if the treatment does not
effect a cure. Guarantees issued through 1L H.
HAY & CO., Druggists, only agents n Portland,
Mo., at Junction Middle and Free Sts. „
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RAILROADS.
BOSTON & MAINE RAILROAD
SBRING -ARRANGEMENT.
______ On nod after Monday, April
u: Passenger Trains
fc-iri^wiU i,EAVi: P.iRTDAND
M-yoit BOSTON at 8.45 a. m. 1.10
"Express) and 3.30 p. in., arriving at Boston at
Lift 6.10. and 8.00 p. m. Kotnrning, leave Bos
ton tit 8.30 a. m. (Express), 12.30, 3.30 p. m.,
thriving at Portland ut 12.30, 6.00, and 8.00
a. m. Portinad for Scarborough Bench
and Pine Point, at 8.46 a. m. 3.30 and 6.30
p.m. (See Note.) Per Old Orchard Beach,
Saco, Biddeford and KennebonU, at 8.46
a. m.1.10, 3.30 and6.30p.m. Por Weils,at8.46
a. m, anil 3.30 p. m. (See note.) Por Worth Ber
wick, Salmon Palls, Brent Palls, Dover,
Exeter, Haverhill, Dawrence and Dowell,
at 8,45 a. m., 1.10 and 3.30 p. m. Por New
.Market, at 8.46 a. m. and 3.30 p.m. Por
Kochester, and Pnruington, N. H.,at8.4o
a. m. 1.10 and 3.30 p. m. Por Alton Bay,
at 8.46 a. m. and 3.30 p. in. Por Manchester
uad Concord, N. U., (via Lawrence.) at 8.46
a. m.; (via New Market Junction) at 3.30 p. in.
Morning Train « ill leave Hennebnnk for
Portland at 7.25.
CPN0TE-The 1.10 p. m. train from Port
land, will not stop at Scarborough Beach, Pine
Point or Wells, except to take passengers for
1 Parlor Cirs on trains leaving Boston, at 8.30
a. m. 12.80 p. m. and Portland at 8.45 a. m. and
1.10 p. m.
Parlor Car Neats secured in advance at
Depot Ticket OIBce.
sarihe 1.10 p. m. train from Portland oonnects
with Wound Dine Steamers for New York
and all rail lines for the West. The 3.30 p. m.
train connects with all Kail Dines for New
York and the South and West.
SUNDAY TRAINS Leave Portland for
Boston and Way Station* at 1.00 p. m. Boston
for Portland at 6.00 p. m.
Train* on Boston & Maine road connect with all
steamers tuning between Portland and Bangor,
Rockland, Mt. Desert, Machine, Eastport, Calais, 8t.
John and Halifax. Also connect with Grand Trunk
trains at Grand Trunk Station, and Maine Central
and Portlai 'i Ogdenebnrg trains at Transfer Sta
tion. , . . .
All trams stop at Exeter ten minutes for refresh
ment*. Fir, -lass Dining Room* at Portland,
Transfer Steiion, Exeter, Lawr moe and Boston.
THROUGH TICKETS to all points West and
Soutn may be bad of M. D, William*, Ticket
Agent, Boston & Maine Depot, and at Union
Ticket Oiftce. 40 Exchange St.
JAS. T. FURBEB, Gen. Bupt.
S. H. STEVENS, Gen. Agent. Portland.
dec2 _dtf
Romford Falls & BucRflcld
RA IIiROAP.
_Leave Canton for Portland and
i d'.'lfjSKSSlLewlstoii, 4.00 and 9.20 a. m.
i. "_ „ j Leave Portland for Canton, at X.30
—— Leave Lewiston at 1.57 p. m.
Stage oonneotions with Byron, Mexico, Dlxfleld,
Peru, Livermore, West Snmner and Turner.
OTIS HAYFOKD, Supt.
Portland. Dee., flth, 1881. _dec3 dtf
Portland andWorcester Line.
PORTLAND & ROCHESTER R. R.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
_ On and after Monday, Dec. 3,
18N1. Passenger Train! will leave
£ii:::t3Poril«n(l at 7.30 a. m., and
—*a——**“1.05 p. m., arriving at Worcester
at 2.16 p, m. and 7130 p. m. Returning leave
Union Depot, Woroestor, at 7.30 a. m. and 11.16 a.
m., arriving at Portland at 1.26 p. m. and 5.46 p.
m.
For Clinton. Ayer Jwnc., Fitchburg,
Niuthua, Cowell, Windham, and Sp
ring at 7.30 a. m. and 1.05 p. m.
For Manchester, Concord and points North, at
1.05 p.m.
For Rochester, Mpringvalc, Alfred, Wat
erboro and gars Kiver.7.30 a. m>, 1.05
p. m., and (mixed) at 0.30 p. m. Returning
lsavo Rochester at (mixed) 6.46 a. m, 11.24
a. m., and 3.35 p. m.; arriving at Portland
(mixed) 8.35 a. m., 1.26 p. m. and 5.46 p. m.
For Gorham. Maccarappo, Cumberland
Mills, Westbrook and Woodford’s,
at 7.30 a. m., 1.03, 0.30 and (mixed)
*6.30 p. m.
The 1.05 p. in. tiain from Portland connects at
%ye- Jane. with Hooeac Tunnel Route for
1 (West, and at Union Depot, Worcester, for
■ ew York via Norwich Cine, and ail rail,
tMpringfleld, also with N. Y. 4b N. E. R.
It .(“Steamer Maryland Route”) for Philadel
phia, Baltimore, Washington, and the
Month and with H«-!«n 4b Albany R, R. for
the West.
Close connections made at Westbrook Junc
tion with through trains of Me. Centra! R. R., and
at GrandTrunk Transfer, Portland, with through
trains of Grand Trunk R. R.
Through tickets to all points South and Weit, at
Depot ofices and at Koliins & Adams’ No. 22 Ex
change Street.
* Does not stopat Woodford’s.
d. W. PETERS, Oon. Tlcke-Agent.
GEO. P. WE.v i T. Bnpt.dec3dtf
MAINE CENTRAL RAILROAD.
On and after Holiday, Dec. 5th, Passenger
Trains will ran as follows: Leare Portland
for St. John, Halifax and the Provinces,
and all stations on E. A IV. A. Railway,
12.66, and fll.16 p m.J St. Andrews, St. Ste
phen, Fredericton, Aroostook County,
Hook, head Lake, and all stations on II. A
Piscataquis R. ft.. 111.16 p. m., (or 12.55 p.
m., noon, and remain in Bangor over night); for
Bangor, Bucksport, Dexter, Belfast and
Skowhegan, 12.45 p. m., 12.66 p. m., tll.16 p.
m. Wntcrrillo, 7.00 a. m. 12.4o p. m„ 12.55
p. m., 11.16 p. m. and 6.16 p. m. Saturdays only,
Augusta, Hallowell, Gardiner, Rich
mond,and Brunswick 7.00 a. m.,12.65 p.
m., 6.16 p. m„ 111.16 p. m.; Bath, 7.00 a. m.
12.55 p. m., 6.16 p. m. and 11.16 p. m. on
Saturdays only; Rockland, and Hnox A
Lincoln It. It., 7.00 a. m., 12.56 p.
m.; Auburn and Lewiston, 12.46 p. m.,
6,06 p. m. Lewiston ria Brunswick 7.00
a. m., 111.16 p.m.; Farmington, Phillips,
Kangeiey Lake, Honmonth, Winthrop,
Keadlield, West Wnterrille and IVcrtb
Anson, 12.45 p. m.; Farmington ria
Brunswick, 7.00 a. m.
LEAVE FOB PORTLAND and BOSTON,
Prom Halifax, S.15 a. in., 2.45 p. m.; St.
John, 8.15 a. m., 9.00 p. m.; Honltoa, 9.00
а. m.; St. Stephen, 9.46 a. m.: Bucksport,
б. 30 a. m., 6. p. m,: Bangor, 7.16 a. m., t7.45
p. m.; Dexter, 7.05 a. m., 4.40 p. m.; Belfast,
6.35 a. m., 2.60 p. m.; Skowhegan, 8 20 a. m.,
2.40 p. m.: Waterrillc, 9.22a.m. 1.66, tlO.oO
p. m.; and 5.10 a. m. (Mondays only) Augusta,
6.00 a.m 10.10 a. m., 2.45 p.m., 110,65 p.m.;
Gardiner, 6.17 a. m., 10.27 a. m., 3.07 p. m.,
111.14 p. m. Bath, 6.66 a. m., 11.15 a. m., 4.10
p. m., Brunswick, 7.25 a. m., 11.48 a. m.,
4.35 p. m., 112.36 a. m., (night.) Rockland,
8.20 a. m., 1.35 p. m. Lewiston, 7.20 a. m.,
11.28 a.m., 4.16 p.m. Phillips, 6.40 a.m.
Farmington, 8.20 a. m.: Winthrop 10.26
a. m. being due in Portland as follows: The
morning trains from Augusta and Bath,
8.36 a. m. Lewiston, 8.40. The day trains
from Bangor, and all intermediate stations and
connecting roads at 1.00 and 1.06 p.
m. The afternoon trains from Waterville,
Augusta, Bath, Rockland and Lewiston at 6.40
p.m. The Night Pullman Express train at 1.60
e. m.
t Sleeping Cars attached, ran daily, Sundays In
cluded, between Boston and Maine Central B. R.
tmly.
t Runs through to Bangor every morning, and Skow
hegan Sunday Morning, but not Monday. Does
not ran to Dexter, Belfast or Bucksport, Sunday
morning.
Limited Tickets first and second claso for
Pr, John and Halifax on sale at reduced
rates. PAY80N TUCKER, Snp’t.
Portland, Doc. 6th, 1881.
dec2 dtf
Eastern Jtailroad.
Winter Arrangement will go into effect
— ON —
MONDAY, DECEMBER 5th, 1881
Trains leave Portland.
At it a. tn. Daily (Night Pullman) for Saco,
Biddeford, Kennebunk, Kittery, Portsmouth,
Newburyport, Salem, Lynn and Boston, arriving
at 6.S0a.m. A special Sleeping Car will be
ready for oocnpancy in Portland station, at 9.00
p. m. and is attached to tbi* train for Boston,
(Sunday nights this car will not be ready untill 11
p. m.
At 8,45 a. m. for Cape Elizabeth, Scarboro, Saco,
Biddeford, Kennebnnk, Wells, North and South
Berwick, Conway Junction, connecting for all
stations on Conwav Division. Kittery, Portsmouth,
Newburyport, Salem, Gloucester, Hockport,
Lynn, Chelsea and Boston, arriving at 1.16 p m.
At 1.10 p. at. for Cape Elizabeth, Scarboro, Saco,
Biddeford, Kennebunk, Wells, North and South
Berwick, Kittery, Portsmouth, Newburyport,
Salem, Gloucester, Koekport, Lynn, Chelsea and
Boston, arriving at 6.10 p.m. connecting with
Sound and Bail Lines for all Southern and West
ern points.
Trains leave Boston.
At 8.30 a. ni. and arrive in Poet land at 12.30 p.
m. At 12.30. p. m. and arrive in Portland at 5.00
p. m. At 7.00 p. m. (daily), and arrive in Portland
at 11.00 p. m.
Pullman Pallor Pars.
On trains leaving Boston, at 8.30 a. m. 12.30 and
7.00 p.m. and trains leaving Portland, 8.46 a.
m. and 1.10 p. m. (Through Pullman Sleeping
Cars on trains leaving Boston at 7.00 p. m. and
Portland at 2.00 a. m).
Through tickets to all points West and
Mouth may be bad of J. M. French, Ticket Master,
Eastern Railroad Depot and at Union Ticket Office
40 Exchange street.
Pullmau Car Tickets (or Beats and
Berths sold at Bepot Ticket Office.
LUCIUS TUTTLE,
General Passenger and l icket Agout.
D. W. SaNBOKN, Master TrsnipcrtaUon.
dec5 O
Grand Trunk Railway ef Canada.
CHA.SGEOF TIME.
ON and after MONDAY* OCT. I7tb,
IMS l, trains will run as follows:
DKPARTCBKS:
For Auburn and Lewision, 7.10 a. m.,
12.36 and 6.16 p. m.
fi’or Gorham, 7.30 a. m„ 1. 30 and 6.15 p. m.
For Gorham, 4.00 p. m., (mixed.)
For Montreal Quebec and Chicago, 1. 30
p. m.
All REV A I'M.
From Ejewinton and Auburn, 8.30 a. m-,
12.30. 3,16 and 6.00 p. ra. , , 0
From <4 or ham, 8.30, 9.40 a. m., and 12.30
p. m.
From Chicago, Montreal and ueuec,
12.30 p. m.
PASSENGER OFFICES
74 EXCHANGE STREET
■ —AND
DEPOT AT FOOT OF INDIA ST
Tickets Sold at Reduced Rates
To Canada, Detroit, Chicago, fttillwaukce
Cinrinunli, Mi. Ijouin, Omaha, Magia
ttw, Mv. l'aul, Malt Liake City*
Dcu?er, Man FrasiciKce,
Mid all points in the
Northwest, West and Southwest.
(JOSEPH HICKSON, General Manager.
W. J. Sl’IOEU Snpulntendent,
octmtl
STEAMERS.
BOSTON
Steamers l
FARE $1.00.
The *avorifce Steamer* Fore*t City and John
Brooke will alternately leave FRAN KLIN WHARF
Portland, at 7 o’clock p.m. and INDIA WHARF,
Boeton. at 7 o’clock p. m. (Sunday* excepted).
Passenger* by this line are remirded that they se
cure a comfortable night’s rest and avoid the expense
a*id inconvenience ol arriving in Boston late at night
OT Tickets and Staterooms for sale at D. H.
YOUNG’S, 272 Middle Street.
Through Tickets to New York, via the various
Rail ana Sound Lines for sale.
Freight taken as usual.
J. B. (OVM^Jr., Geseral Agent.
dtf
Portland, Bangor & Machias
STEAMBOAT CO.
Sprir. v' Arrangement.
The Steamer LEWISTON,
sbCHARLES DEERING. Ma*
ter, will leave Railroad Wharf,
■"- TWi'i'wnnfr- Portland, every Friday
evening, n« 11.15 o'clock, or on the arrival of
Pullman train from Boston, for Ktocklaad,
tine, Deer lele, Hedgwick, No. West Har
bor, Bn r Harbor (Mt. Desert), M ill bridge,
JoneHport and Machiasport.
Also leave Portland every Tuesday Eve
niug same time for Millbridge, touching at*Wv
termediate Landings. __ ^
Returning, leave* Machiasport, every Mon
day Morning, at 4.30 o’clock, and Millbridge
every Monday and Thursday at S 4. B.,
touching at intermediate landing*, arriving In Port
land same evening, connecting with Pullman
Night Train for Boston. Freight taken for
Jonesport both trips. _ . , ... .
The Lewiston connect* at Rocklusd with Boston
& Bangor steamers for Bangor.
GEORGE L. DAY, General Ticket Agent.
E. CUSHING, General Manager.
Portland, May 1,1382. dfcf
General Ocean Steamer
PASSAGE TICKET OFFICE.
Passage Tickets, Cabin, Second Cabin, and
Steerage, outward and prepaid, with choice of the
fastest, largest and best lines and steamers, cross
lng on the lane routes free from lee and Iceberg,,
viz: the White Star, Anchor, Cunard, State, Na
tional, American, U«1 Star, Hamburg American,
North German Lloyd, Britizh or Italian lines, to
and from all port. In Ireland, Scotland, England,
France, Holland, Belgium, Germany, Norway,
Denmark, Sweden, Russia, Spain and Italy at
lowest rates of passage, viz: Cabin, *50 to *100.
Second Cabin, *40 to *60, according to beitli and
steamers. Steerage *26 to *32. according to
steamer and port. Return tickets very low.
Hierling and t'oaiinrniul exchange in
sums to suit. Also agent Morris European and
American Express for packages and freight to aU
parts of the globe. Also agent for the celebrated
Acidia Coal by the cargo. Apply to
J. L. FARMER, Agent,
No. XI Exchange siren.
mchlS _
EUROPE !
C ook * <2rand Excursion* leave New York.
April 27th, «Juno 8th, and July 1st, 1882. Full
particulars in special Pnmphlel, sent free on ip
plication. Passage tickets by all Atlantis steamers.
Special facilities for securing good berths. Tonriaa.
tickets for individual travelers in Europe, by all '
routes at reduced rates.
Cook’s Escnr«ibni«t. with Maps, by mall 10
cents. THOS. COOK & SON, 2S1 Broadway, N. Y.
97 Washington Street, Boston, Mass.
C. A. BABATTONI, Manager. feb4 eod4m
IHTEBNATIONAL STEAMSHIP CO.
Eastport, Nle., Calais, He., St.
John, N.B., Halifax, N. 8.,
Charlottetown, P. E. I.
WINTER ARRANGEHENT8.
TWO TRIPS PER WEEK,
■ - ON ANB AFTER MON
■ 1U . . DAY, INOV. IMh, Mtraoa
er* of thin Line will
^SSSaSSSSll JLeave Railroad Wharf,
toot of State street, every Monday,
and Thursday, at 6 p. m., for Eastport and
St John, with connections for Calais, RobbiRgton,
St. Andrews, Pembroke, Houlton, Woodstock,
Grand Menan, Digby, Annapolis, Yarmouth,
Windsor. Halifax, Aloncton, Newcastle, Amherst,
Pictou, Shediao, Bathurst, Dalheusie, Char
lottetown, Fort Fairfield, Grand Falls, and other
stations on the New Brunswick and C nada, Inter
colonial, Windsor, and Annapolis, Western Coun
ties, and Prince Edward Island Rail Roads,
and Stage Routes.
S3?"Freight received up to 4 p. m. and any In
formation regarding the same may be bad at the
office of the Freight Agent, Railroad Wharf.
For Circulais. with Excursion Routes, rickets.
State Rooms and further information apply at
Company’s Office, 40 Exchange St., T. C. HER
SEY, President, and Manager nov24dtf
JBoisrtoxA
—AJTD—
PHILADELPHIA
Direct Steamship Line.
Leaves each Port fiTery Wednesday a»v.
Saturday. ^
Mo Wharfage.
From Long Wharf Boston, 3 p
m. From Pins 9 ..-set Wharf
Philadelphia, at 1C a. m
, Insurance one-half th* rata 0.
'sailing vessel._
Freight for the West by the Penn. R. R., and South
by connecting lines, forwarded free of commission.
Paunge Eight »ollnr>. Koaad Trip 818.
Steals and Roo 3 included.
Per Freight or Passage apply to
g.a. MnP'UK, itpsi,
deSts l« I.cnc Wtmf, Boston
Maine Steamship Compan y
Semi-Weekly Line to New York.
Steamers Eleanors and Franconia
Will until further notice leave Franklin Wharf.
Portland, every MONDAY and THURSDAY, at 6
f. M„ and leave Pier 37, East River, New York,
every MONDAY and THURSDAY, at 4 P. M.
These steamers are fitted up with fine accommoda
tions for passengers, making this a very convenient
tad comfortable route for traveler* between New
York and Maine. During the summer months these
steamers will touch at Vineyard Haven on their pas
sage to and from New York. Passage, inclmUna
State Room, 35; meals extra. Goods destined beyond
Portland or New York forwarded to destination at
once. For further information apply to
HENRY FOX, General Agent, Portland.
J. F. AMES, Ag't, Pier 88, K. R. New York.
Tickets and State Rooms can be obtained at 3k
Excnange Street. From Deo. 1 to May 1, no pas
sengers will be taken by this Une. doc5dtl
CLYDE’S
PHILADELPHIA
-AND —
MEW EMCrLAMD
STEAMSHIP LINE
FROM BOSTON
In onn action with
OLD COLONY RAILROAD.
Freight received and forwarded daily to FALL
RIVER, there connecting with the Clyde Steaai
er*. sailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY
direct to
pnil adolpnia.
Connecting there with Clyde Steam Lines to
Charleston, «. C., Washing."■ *». C„ and
all Ra 1 »nd Water Lines.
Tbrougli Rates and Bills Lading given from any
point in New England to Philadelphia.
For Rates and information apply to
D. D. C. MINK, Ageul,
No. 3 Old State House, Boston, Mass
fob20d
Baltimore, Norfolk & Washington
Steamship Line,
will sail one of their first-class
_ steamships
JOHN HOPKINS, WM. CRANE,
WM. LAWRENCE, D. H. MILLER,
ALLEGHANKY, BERKSHIRE.
very WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY,
at 3 o’clock, P. M., from Central Wharf, Boston,
direct to Norfolk and Baltimore.
Freight forwarded from Norfolk to all parts of
VIRGINIA, TENNESSEE, CAROL1NAS,
GEORGIA, FLORIDA, ALABAMA,
LOUISIANA, MISSISSIPPI, and ARKANSAS,
By Vu., Teas. A Ga. Air Line. Bills of La
ding given by C. P. Gaither, Agent, No. 240 Wash
ington st.
by All untie Coast Line and Men board Air
Line. Bills of Lading given by Waldo A. Pearce,
Agent, No. 228 Washington st.
ltv Inland A Meaboard Coasting Co. and
Potomac M. H. Co. to Washington, D.C., and
Alexandria. Bills of lading giyen at the wharf.
TICKKTM to Baltimore and Norfolk, and
Through '1 ichcts to all parts of the South and
Southwest, for sale at the Wharf, and 240 and
306 Washington St. Fare to Norfolk or Baltimore
$12 00 ilrst class; $10.00 second class, including
mnals ami berths.
B. 8A.HPMON, Gen. Agent, 33 Central
Wharf. Boston. nov2-dtmyl0
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
FOR CALIFORNIA,
JAPAN, CHINA,
(Sandwich Islands, New Zealand and
Australia.
Tho new as splendid steamers sail from New
York on the 10th, 20th and 30th of each month
carrying passengers and freight for San Franolsoo
as below.
S. S. City of Para, May 20 I 8. 3. Colon,.. ..May 30
3. 3. Acapulco, for Isthmus of Panama only
May 10.
For freight or passage i ates and the fullest infor
mation, apply to the General Eastern Agents,
C. L. BABTL1ETT A CO.,
113 State Street, eei. Brand Ml..Boston
cr to W. D. LITTLE A 00.,
ioSSdtf 31 Exchange 8t.. Portland.
NOTICK.
THE many friends of DB. K. U* HEED,
the Celebrated Clairvoyant, will be Dloased to
learn that he has returned to the City and taken
rooms at No. 4 Chestnut St., where he is prepared
to treat all kinds of Chronic Diseases. The Doctor
has no equal in describing and locating diseases
without asking any questions.
Office hours, from i) to 12 a. m. and from L to D
I p. m. mayddlw

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