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SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 19.
My Terrible Wedding-day. [Tlie Argosy.] ICOSCLCDED FROM YESTERDAY.) It was no mere dream, no nightmare, from which I should presently awake and smile as at terrors past. It was a most fear ful reality this charge against my husband. I sank upon the floor, overwhelmed for a mome't by the horror of it. The next, I sprang to my feet, seized with a sudden sub tle inspiration.’ Summoning the waiter, 1 said to him as collectedly as I could: ‘There is au old gen tleman here, called Gooderiugham—Mr. Septimus Gooderiugham. I wish to see him Immediately.’ He assured me that among so many peo ple no attention was paid to u ones of casual comers. If I knew the gentleman's num ber‘d— 'Fu d me ids number, and this Is yours1’ So saying, 1 laid a golden bribe upon the table. The waiter was not lgng in earning his reward. The gentleman's number was 470; but be was out. How should I know when he returned? Cou.d I trust to any one in this huge hotel to tell me? No. 1 would so to his room my self and wait. There was little difficulty in carrying out my project. Wrapping myseif in my large w arm traveling cloak and put ting on my bonnet, I went up the staircase to No. 47d. The Key was in the door. Not the slightest i ea have I how long I eat there in the cold and darkness; nut at last I heard the hat d’e turn, aud Mr. Gooder ingham came in Never shall I iorget the look of unuttera ble dismay that overspread his cheery face, as, raisins the ca die he carried in his hand, he allowed tiie light to fall upon me. Before lie could speak, I grasped him bv the arm aud looking at him steadily, said, in so calm a Voice it seemed to tne as though another, not I, were speaking: ‘Mv husband lias been arrested—charge! with that dreadful crime you were reading of. He is iimo lent—i know he is Innocetii. We were only married this morning. Mr. Gooderiugham, something tells me that you can save him!’ It has been baid that man is guided by reason—woman by impulse; but I should say woman’s guide is instinct, rather than impulse, in such a case as mine. Some sirange Instinct—must sutely it was not rensoi—caused me to believe ibis man could save Edgar. So firm •>as:he belief that ii gave me ficiilh us strength, and when I bed related every detail that was known to me, I asked: •Now that you know all, what will you do?’ ‘But I don't know all,’ returned Mr. Gooderiugham. ‘I only know only one side yet, and that very imperfectly; and I say "— that, so far as circumstantial evidence goes, It's enough to hang your husband oi any other man. Bui now i'll work up the other side, of course.’ ‘To prove my husband’s innocence?’ ‘No, young lady. To prove the truth.’ Wa* I disapnoinied with this answer? No! M> faith in Edgar’s innocence was complete. To know the truth would prove it. Mr. Gooderiugham sat for some momeirs silent, lost in thought. Prrseutly he asked: ‘By the by, you said there was a diamoud monogram upon the watch?’ - I Again for a fe * seconds lie looked thought ful, as though his mind were occupied b< other matters than the ease in point. There was a pained, far-away look in his eyes. *1 suppose tin se fancy wa'ches are pretty common now,’ he continued, more as though sneaking his thoughts aloud than addressing himself io me. ‘I didn’t think so once, ami imagined I had chosen a present quite unique, when 1 presented one, such as you describe, to a lady. Poor thing, she was very proud-of it then. Dear me! It is only like the other day, that she-Were you able to make out the letters, or was it one of those undecipherable monograms that may stana for anvtliingj* lie asked, as though a new channel for thought were opened out. ‘The letters were quite plain: they were M- G.’ If I had suddenly accused him of the mur der he could hardlv have started more visi bly. ‘What?’ he cried, bending forward, and grasping spasmodically both arms of his chair. ’Not M. G. in Roman le'ters, on a dark blue ground. Don’t tell me that. Don’t! dnn’t!’ ‘Bui it is the truth, Mr. Gooderingham. Yuu have d-scribed the watch exactly. T iose two letters sp od oat quite clearly on aground of dark blue enamel. But you have discovered a cine! Tell me?—for pity's Sake tell ms-’ He jurapid up, seized his hat, and was rushing from the room. Vainly I sought to bar his passage.’ ‘Useless to detain me. I cannot e>plain. In the morning i will tell you all I know. It may be all a mistake, but—dear! dear! il‘s coming perilously near home ’ With these enigmatical words, he left me and hurried down the g'airs. Then slowly and sadly I sought my room, where sitting down by the window, I kept my lonely vigil. When midnight struck, I knew my wed ding day was ended. As the gray dawn brightened, the fog and smoke to some ex'ent dispersed, and the Ifovembi r sun, like a great red ball of fire, rose bigUgr a .d higher in the heavens. Was it an augury that my darkest hour was past? Some time after noon a commissionaire brought me a tiny, twisted note. It con tained these words, written in pencil, hur riedly in Edgar’s hand. ‘All is well. Iu an bourorh ssIsh .il be with you.’ But the reaction was too much. I flung myself up on the bed am) sobts d aloud. A short half hour more, and I was In Ed gar’s arms, laughing and crying alternate!', at the s’range joy of it, and,’ in my newly found happiness, forgetting to inquire, and scarce caring io know, how ii had come about. Bui after a little time I knew, and as litiifl) as possible. I will relate it here. When Edgar reached N alter partus with tne ou Saturday afternoon, he found a telegram awaiting him from the firm of en gineers who had given him the Indian ap pointment. It stated that die head of the firm « ,b obliged, unexpectedly, to start for Par.s next day, and desired Edgar, if possi ble, to meet him in London first, to receive his final insiructions. There was just time to save the 4 o’clock express to town, anil Ediar left by ir, judging i best, not to inform me of Ids sudden aud unexpecied departure. He traveled aloue frufri York to Peterbor ough. Ai tne last named station, when, after a few minutes delay, the train aasori the point of s’arting, a young lady, apparently in a stale of considerable excitement, rai along the platform, and, pushing past the guard who was about to close '.lie door, jumped into the carriage besite my hus band. They had proceeded some distance before sbe bad sufficiently recovered brea'h to speak, but at Iasi, In gasps, sbe made him understand she had no ticket, a: d no money; that sbe had run away from some grea dangei, and if lie would have pity on her and furnish her with sufficient funds to pursue her j >urney, she would give him the address of her uncle, by whom he would be repaid. Her strange, excited manner alarmed my husband. Hoping to cairn her In banded her his puise, requesting tier to lake what money she required, lit; sa * lier help her self to gold and silver. Then, with llie money and purse still in her band, sbe took . out her watch and tried apparently to de tach it from Hie chain. Too impatient to cff c! this properly, she tore it off by sheer force, breaking at the same lime Hie slender plain chain of Indian gold to which it was fastened. Tiien, placing the watch, togeth er with the puree, in Edgar’s hand, she said: ‘Take that to Uncle Septimus; he will rec ognize it and will repay you. I patticularly want him to have the watch. His ad dress-’ She never spoke again, but with a stifled cry, fell forward on the floor of the carriage, struggling and writhing in mortal agony. Edgar, guessing this to be either some par oxysm of madness or some sort of fit, grap pled with her with all his might, but. tils ut most natural strength was slight compared with that of fienzy. 'How long Hie dread ful struggle lastt d lie could not guess. In vain be attempted to sigi al to the guard to slop the train; his hands were, too eloselv occupied in bolding llie unfortunate girl down upon the floor. At last she lay quite still, but when thus enabled to relax liis bold, life had fled. He raised lier, pi ced her on the seat, and then the awkwardness • of his own position occurred to him for the first time. The fact of a lady being found dead in the train would necessitate an inquiry, and lie, Edgar, as Hie only person co mizant of the circumstances of her death, would be re quired to attend such inquiry. This would Inevitably cause delay, and delay to Edgar at this particular juncture of Ins life meant certain ruin to all bis prospects, the one stipulation regarding bis Indian appoint ment, being that he must start on Wednes day wi'liout fail’ This last thought decided him. He determined that, voluntarily. he would sav no lili-gof the terrible tragedy be had witnessed. lie entirely forgot tin watch winch, in his haste to render assistance to Hie poor girl, lie bad thrust hurriedly inm his pocket. He forgot the money that liad fallen to the ground when she war first seiz ed; but with < sad feeling at his heart, and a conscience that ad llie time upbiaided him sorely, he removed, us far as lie was able, the traces of the encounter from his clothes, I ami person. The instant the train reached King’s Cross, at 10:40, he gave up Ills tit ket, and was nut of the station probably before many of the passengers had even left their carriages. He next went into a restaurant, and there tin* idea occurred to him that the removal of his moustache might aid in fiustratine any attempt to identify him as the travelling companion of the unfortunate girl. The In' tet view with his employer was accompl sited satisfactorily, ami he left London again tor the North by the 1:42 tratu on Sunday morning. Having made the return journey without recognition, he hoped all would uow he well. It was not until he saw the newspaper ac count of the affair on his way to Leascar on Monday morning, that ho realized the hor ror of tite situation, and then, when too late, deeply regretted the part he had taken. There appeared nothing for It uow but to let events take their course. There was still the chance die might be able to leave Eng land, without the dlscoverv. He would risk that chance; and. if fate favored him, lie would wihe a detailed account of the w hole sad story and seud it to the newspapers. Fate did not favor him. He was teen ami recognized at Peterborough and a let gram to Scotland Yard caused two deteciivts in olain clothes to be in waiting at King's Cross. YVueu told of the charge laithagaiest him, Edgar contented himself with simply assert ing his innocence, and professed his entire readiness to go to-Police Station and explain everything before tbe proper author ities. Now for the part Mr. (inoderiughaui played in the affair. Late as it was w hen he ieft me, he managed to gain access to the room where the body of the girl lay. and at once identit) d it as that of his niece a< d only living relative. She had been subject to epileptic fits since childhood, and owing to their increased severity had been placed by her uncle, within the last few months, under the care of a doctor in Huntingdon shire, who gave particular attention o such cases. During his temporary absence, and bv means which need not be detailed here, she managed to escape from the custody of these who had charge of her. ’And uow,’ said Edgar when lie had toid inethis, ‘taanks solely, I believe, to the wonderful chance that threw Mr. Septimus Gooderiugham across our path, my charac ter is not only completely cleared from tlie horrible charge, but. what I had scarcely dared to hope, we can sail for India on Wed nesday without let or hindrance. ‘But does Mr. Gonderitigham h ame you, Edgar, for—for-?’ 1 inquired anxiously, though I could not conclude he sentence. 'He seemed fully to understand my rea sons for acting ss I did,’ a swerrd my hus band, ‘and was even kind enough to say he thought that under luch very exceptional circumstances many a man would have done the same. It w s an eiror in judgment. Mr. Gooderingham has prouds. d to see us off on Wednesday, to w ish us Godspeed.’ Shortly after our arrival in India I rtceiv ed a letter from my old friend Dr. Grey. Commenting on Edgar’s very narrow tscape of lieing tried for murder, he added this intis characteristic remark: ‘It is my firm conviction—amt 1 have not studied humanity more that baP a century for nothing—that no man would have placed himself bv his own act in such a predica ment as H oringion did, if he had had a head for whist.’ Ah. well! we are very happy now. But I may safety sa* that never in all our lives to come shall we commemorate with any thing approaching, the anniversary of our terriole wedding-day. Sunday Services. Abyssinian Chi k« h.—Pr*»acbi? g service* at 3 ‘’clock. Sunday School at4%. Evening meeting it 7 p. m. All Bom’s Church Steven’s Plain®. Rev. C. A Haydt-u, Pas.or Services at 11 a. in. Casco Street Church l ev j. M. I^wden, i»astor. Sunday school at 1.30 p. in. Preachi< g •ervice at 3 p. m. by Kev. Chas. S. Perkins, ol bos ton. Prayer meeting at 7.0u p. ni. Chestnut St. M. E. CHUsd, Kev. Andrew vlcKeown. T>. I>.. naator. Residence. 219 Cumber l*nd »-treet. Preaching by the p«stor at 10% a. m and at 3 p. m. by Kev. »<*bH Nagle of < hlo. Sunday School at 1.30 p m.Prayer meetings at 0% and 7% Church of the v essiah.—Kev C. A. Haynen pastor. Service > unday evening at 7%. Subject, ‘•The I dviue Forces.” Congress St. M. E. Church Rev. G. D. Lind say, pactor; Residence No. 3d North Street. Preach ng a 10 a. m. and 3 p. m. b the pastor. Si nday School at 1% p. m. Prayer Meeting at 7% p. m. Ferry Village M. E Church.—Rev. True Ahittier. pasior. Sabbath scln-ol at 10.80 a.m Preaching service at 2 p. m; Prayer meeting at 7 d. m. First Lutheran Church, (Scandinavian,) Elm it.—Rev K.G. F egre. pastor. Regular service it 10.3o a. go. Sabbath school commences at 12.15. First Baptist Church, Rev. A. K. P. Sm^ll D. D . pest t. 'amiay School at 1.45 p. m. Pre*cb ng by p.stor at 3 p.m. Sabbath School Concert at 7. 30 p. m. First Uninebaalist Church, Coi gr#*ss square, Rev. Henrv Biasichanl pastoi. Service at lO% a ra. “In M^moriain Israel Was> burn *' the put lie are cordially invited. Sunday School at 3 p m. Free street Bvptist Church—Rev. ,T McWbiarie. t astor. Pre»<*hlng at 10 3 « a. tn* Sunday School at 3 2 SI. Evening service 7.30. Gospel M.ssioN-Rev. S. F. P* arson, pastor) Meeting" every eveniig at 7% pm. Sunday— Prayer Meet ng at 9 x. m.; Sandav School at lo% a. m ; Preaching at 3 . m.; Y« uug People’s Prater Meeting at 6 p. Season of Song at (>% p. m,; Testimony Meeting and Preaching at 7 p. m. All are invi ed. New Jerusalem Church. New High St. Rev. T. A. King, pastor. Se vices tomorrow morning at 10% o’clock a. m. Subject of sermon; 4 The moth er of Zcbedee’a Children.” North Congregational Church, Cape Elisa, oeth, Rev. E. A. Harlow, pastor. PreaebiDg at 2% p ra. Sabbath school immediately after the preach ng service. Prayer meeting At 7% p. m. Park Street Church—Rev. Mr. Brunton will preach to-morrow. Peak’s Island M. E. Church —uey. Chas. F. Parsons Pnstor. Su< day schc* 1 10%a. m. Preach ing at 2% |i. m. Pra er mectii g at 7% p. m.. opening with a service ot song Al are lav ted. Finest. M. E. Church. Rev. J. M. Williams, uastor. Residence No *7 Tine st. Soc al MVVie 10% a. m., Sabbath School at 1% p.m i reaching at 8 p. m. by the pastor. Praise and prayer meet ing 7% p. m. Plymouth Church, (Congr^gati nal>— K*v tlwigh* M. Seward f>.!> . pastor Kev. E. Bacen o Sacc .rappa will p each tomorrow at 10 vs a. iu. Prayer meeting at 7 %. Preble Chapel. Snndav school at 2 p. m. P caching at 3 p. sundry School Concert at 7%. A col e< t!-n will be taken. The public are cordially invited Second ad\ent Church, Union Hall, Fiee »tr*ei. Elder F. Burr p -stor Services at 1 .3 a. tn. A and 7% p. m. Su» d-y School at 12 M. se* osd Congregational 1 hurch Cong e^s st ©or. Pearl. Prea- hm* at 10% a. n». ant 3 i> m. Hu rid *y School at 1% p. m. S «ial re igious met t ngs Sunday, Tuesnat and Frid y evening*. All are wele-me. Preaching May 20, by Rev. N. M. Calhoun of Cleveland O n i . i.nn nr„>i r. n i . v/ii i in ri. — no, n. 11. ■ ihiii Wrtor. Service at lOJ/» a. m *n<1 (p ro. Suudtv School at 1 V2 p oi. Social me ting at 7 p. m. St. Luke'# Ca fikdral Cm k< H. (Episcopal, itate St., (l.cai spring ) lit. kev. II A. Neely kre or, kev C. Morton Mil*, Canon; Sunday -ervie**, doming *t 10.3m Sunday School at 3. Evening luring Sept, at 7.30. From Oct rill May. *t 7 o' •lock Week (Uy a rvices daily at il a. m., (On Holy >ay* at 11.DO, and 6 p. ro; f rom Advent to Tri nity on Friday, e veiling Prayer with Lecture at 7 90. Holy O mm union every Sunday at 10.30, t m. on Holy Lays at 11. 0 a. m; Also *t 7. <• % m. on the 3d Sunday of the month. Evening ervice at 7 Vs o’clock. At . Pai l’s Church, cor» er of Congrecs and Lo cust St kev. Arthur W Little, ILctor. (Keftblrnce 221 C&xnt crl n<t street.) .Morning Prayer wit «**r«t on, M* • a. m Sunday school at 2 •> p. rn VcspefawMbsermon ''Vi p in. Holy Communion, the Mrs and t i d 'undavf or the mouth and ajl Sun days in l ent and Adve t. St. Stephen's Cui nru, Congress street, bead of State utreet, kev. A. Hall n, » ect- r Ser icea at 1 .3“ a m. and 3 p. m. sunday Scluiol at 2 p. m State Street Congregational Church. kev F T. Bay ley, pastor. Preach! gat 1» 1-2 a. m. and7v® p. m Sunday school at 3 p. m. Vaughan Street s h etv—S.S. Teacher’s meet mg at 10 l/». Sabbath ncn* ol at 1 Vs- Preaching at L* 0. raUe and prayer meeting at7 Vi. West Corokrgati*»nal Church. Preaching by Per A C JHolurook at lOvfe a. ro. & 7 p. in. Sunday Sch'Kri at 12 in. Wkht Kn M. E. Chit:« n.—Vev. Mobn «iib>on, pastor; He-1 once 112rt Co gre** »t Preaching 2Va p. m. Sabbath reboot 1 p m. Young ^oopie’s Union Ba d meeting 6; prayer meeting Williston Church, Congregational, corner I'hortias and Carroll streets.—kev, Frank K. Clark plitcr. Preach ng by the pastor at 10.30. Sus day chool at 3. Evening service at 7.30 Woodford's M. K Church; Kev. W W Bal lwin past -r. S School at 1 Vi P m. i‘. caching at 2Vi. Prayer rn eiing at 7. Young Men's Christian Association, Con gress Street.comer Elm.—Meetings at UV4 a.m. and 7 Vi p. m., also on Wednesday aud Saturday at 7«J4 » ni. Tlie People’s Spiritual Meetings, Merca tile Hall Barrington Block. C<digress st. •( se, h I). Stiles will lecture and give a test seance at 2.30 and 7.30 p. in. There will he a Catechism Concert at Woodford’s Congregational Church, at 7 30 on Sunday Even ing. _ Wit and Wisdom. "Suu, moon, and stars forgot,” quoted a Senior, os ho flunked in astronomy,—College —Exchange. LATEST-AS TO MARY’S LAMB. Mary bad a little lamb, Its fleece was black an li k, And Mary had dyspepsia so She c> u’/n’t sleep a wink. She suffered both by night and day, With pains and aches, nutil her Kind fric.ds suggested she should take P. Davis’s Pain Killku. It quickly turned dyspepsia out Anti made her as goo'! tpt new, And juot the w.iy that Mary did, Should all dyspeptics do. Professor in Physio: “What becomes of a ray ol light on pasti ng through a crystal of cul Jenin: ”I» is p,;ra yz d, sir.”—The Prtuoetoniau. Sanford's Ginger for the feeble. Teacher: "Why, how stupid you are to be sure! Can’t multiply 88 by 24, 1*11 wager that Charles can do it in less than no time." Pupil: "I shouldn t be surprised. They suy that f v Is multiply very rapidly nowadays.” Un niversity Press. Burnett's Cocoalno Will Save the I fair and keep it in strong and healthy condition, because it will stimulate the roots of the hair, and restore the natural action upon which its growth depends. Burnett's Flavoring Extracts are absolutely pure. Governor Butler’s *' Vices'1 do ttoad upon another's heels, go fast they follow.*—Boston Courier. ! ---——■■ — I SUCCK93 is certain when the Congress Yeast Powder is used in making biscuits, cakes, etc. itl 4 1C 111 AH Eft. In this city, April 17, by Kev. A Me - c ivrn, D.t>., Obiirles L. Bill and Miss Julia A. Collins, lioih or Portland. In Ouuiberlaud. Mav 17, by Kev. T. S. Perry, Frederick a. Sktl.in or North Va'mouth and MIm lmogeno Remington of Watertown. N. Y. IMiS • ||M Inthiscitv, \;av 18, James Osgood, aged C>8 yearn 7 month* IPraye t* this afternoon at 2 o'clock, at b»>us»* No, 36 Salon eirent. Funeral enrvice at nlraui, Maine, ou Sun.lay At White Hook, May 16, Hu hard Wilton, aged 74 years 8 in nths. In lllton. N. H., May 9, Mrs Celloia R. Smith* widow of the late (apt. Dan’l Smith, aged 73 years. By Th6 funeral service of the late Mrs Cat ha rina J. Coleman will take place this (Saturday) af teriio.ni at 2 o’clock, at her 'ate residence. No. 14 Greenleaf street. UNlATUttK AtJIANM.. MAY i 9. so nr* . 4 30 | High water, >A M . 9.20 4 ’ 7 23 Mi.vn* sets.. 3.o4 Tia~ k i rs n kCv^. HtUI OB' PoHThAND FRIDAY, May 18. Arrived* Steamer state of Maine, Pike, Boston for blast port ami Si J.-hn. Nit steamer lltnculcs, liitvon, Philadelphia—coal to Maine Cent KK. >cb Race Horse, Bishop, Long Island—sand tv* Portland Co. Set. Dan ecook, Knh*n*oii l.ynu. Sch Lewis h French. Newman. RookjK>rt—11 tue to L *' Cummings Co. Sch 1 ate Ann, Carpculer Han-oek. Sch I P Ober, I'enning, Hook port. Sch Railroad, Keene t astluo. Ptrarsd. Barque Daring, ‘tover, Cardenas—Geo S Hunt & C *. Brig Wui Mason, Hardy. Windsor, NS—Gallagher & 1 «>. sob Nathl Chase, Allen, Brava. CV1—K Lewis JfeC*. sob Ji« Rinnev, (Rr) LeBlsne Metghan NS. Sch Addle P«ay, Pray Bar Harbor—N Blake. Sch J P Ober, l»ennt*g, Bangor- Keusdi & Tabor seh O iental. (Hr) Wilson, Port Clyde—N Blake. Soli Brilliant. Gilmore, St George—N Blake. Sob Regulator, V\ esvott, Castiue N Blake, Sch >a*hb Hill, nbmson, Camden N Blake Sob Mary hlizabtth, Duutou for Booth av K Choate. VH>»M MBtOHANTa* KVOHANQK Ar at Yokohama 17th barque Guy C Goss Free* man New York, (Nov. 9J Sid fm Manila 17th, ship Belle of Bath, Carter, Sew York Ar at Hong Kong 17th, ship Great Admiral. Thompson Cardiff. vr at t harlesion 17 b. sob D W Hunt. Bath, Cld at Darien 17th scb M A Power, Portland. KENXNEBDKPORT, Mav 17- Ar. sob Janie* II Moore, (ot Boston) Adams Philadelphia. Messrs A & M Gamaae at Bristol have commenc ed t*» build a large ftsbing sohoouer for Portland parties. NOTICE TO MARINERS. Notice if* hereby given that ou or about Jane 1 1*83, a Bell Buoy w 11 be moored near Kilt’s Reck) Portsm uth harbor N. H., In place of tbe whistling buoy now thrre. Tbl^buoy will be rung by tbe mo tion of the sea. ■'■nUE.K.TIBUV. Ar at Newport 17ib, Belt XoaC SpulTord, Bowden* Boston, N-umi south. Sid ttu Viualhaveu 13tli. seh Octavia A Dow, (jinn for Sa le Island. Fifty-four fares mHckorel have been landed ht New York the past week. Part of the tit-ct, which has been out a m uth, have not taken a fish. .HKiHOKAlVDA. Barque Eliza White of Boston, put into Nassau 8th partly dismasted and leaky. Hrig Sbasta. before reported at Nassau, NP with loss or part of keel, completed repairs on. the 12th aud would proceed immediately. tMMiKNTM poar*. SAN FRANCISCO-sld 17th, ship Levi G Bur ges*. Starr tt, Queenstown. GALVESTON—Ar 17tb, sch L A Burnham, Hard ing, Boston Sid 12th, sch E C Allen. Me&dy Richmond. NEW ORLEANS—Cld 17th, ship Northampton, * rabam, Liverpool. ST AUGUSTINE—Ar 13th, srb W H Boardman, Richardson. New Vork. DAMIEN—Ar 17th, sch Nora Bailey, Barker, Bttb. Cld 17tb. sch M A Power, Simmons. Portland. RICHMOND—Sid lGtL^eeh D H Ingraham, Gree ley. An»e*bu*v. WASHINGTON. DC—Ar 16tfa,sch Hattie Baker, Parker, d rdiner. FORTRESS MONROE- Ar lGth. sch Ad lie M Bird. Kales. Orcbtlla. PHILADELPHIA—Ar 15th. sch H R Condoo. Brown. Kennebec. Cld lftth *cb Ann. Bennett. Newburyport. Ar I7ibf*chs Kalib sin net. Pinkiiatn, Cardenas; Julia Bailey Morris >n, Kennpbec. Lid 17tb, sebs Addie .Iordan, Hcrrfman. Newbu ryport; D S Siner, Guthrie, 8ace; Mary E Morse, iohiM-on Boston. NEWCASTLE DEL -Passed up 16tb, whs Ralph Slnneit, and Julia S Hailey. S'd fm Del*war<> Breakwater 16tb, sclis Daiah K Stewot., for Bangor; bred Jackson, for Portland, ate mer Hercules, do. PERTH A 51 BOY-Ar Ifltfc. »cb* Fair Wind, Rich ardsun,Boston; Levi Hart Giles, New Vork. NEW V oKK-Ar I7tb, brig M C Mariner, Smith, Cardenas. scb§ Minute C Tuyl ir. Hamilton, New port; Gr*o W Glover. Rockland Florence J Allien. >nu'e, Satilla River; Col Atillikeu, Preble, from Maraca Co. Also ar 17tb, barque Hancock. Pettigrew, A gn*. •til a >>ng Thomas Owen, Presaey, laguna 27 d .ys **cts Laura l.am-on. ar enae; Wm Douglass, Me D.do*. Haracoa; La*co l*Nfge, Dyer Augu* t Af A vie ann Bangor. L % Boar iman, Nortot-d, Calais; VaidaJia Aliev, Ellsworth for K ndout; Ctiar olte Buck “UJirb. Frankfort; Marion Draper. Bailey, and Elizabeth Dr Hart. Ia>w, Gardiner Magnet, Cletcher. M.chtas; Jessie Hart, Wad. Rictiiuuud; %da G Sbortinn t ildrh-h Wig«*asse». Cld 17lb, barque F L Genovar. Veazie, George town. I»em, brig D o laciuto. tierrimau, i*Ct»s Ne tie B Dobbin. Falkingbam. Jamaica Wm Doming, oJgins Boston; C H Flint Cook, Tam ptco. Lizzie >| I >un Anderson Galva-ton. Passed the Gate I7tb brig Ia>n Jacinto for Bos ton. sets *l 1 Laughton, f.:r Easiport A Hammond for Hal owell Alice U«k»K for Portland; Fred Gray o< • .ardiner. PROVIDENCE Ar 17th. sebs G B e 'ariand xroug, Brunsaick. Sarah E Jones. Pint, mer Hu 1 token; Alligator, Martin, Calais; Jeruiha t aker, f'l.a-e, Mat bias. Md 17th sets Fr i.k Maria Wtrdward, Ells worth; Earn le& Idit'i Warren Rockland. NEWPuKI Sid L7lh. sch I aura Bridgman Hart Bangor tor Baltimore, Searsviile, Wiley, stGeorge tor James R v*-r. NEW BEDFORD—Ar 17lb,scb Onward, Lowell, R&MI/ »r V»NKVARH-HAVKN-Ar 10U», sch W L Abbott, from Pbi'ad-lpbia for Hoston. *al<d sens Sadie • orey Alligator, Elizabeth f>e Hart Marv Meaus ileo W Hawley, Jeru»b* Raker, iiniea d King Ariel Revenue <; vtattbew*. Helen, Caroline C, M K El ridge. F Nickerson, M A Rice, Ceilua, Charter u*k, and vbbie E Wiiiard KlKiAk'loWN—\r 17th mb* Vasbti R Oates, Wamot'k and W G R Mowrey, Eaton. New York. HYANNis-Passed east ltitb. sebs T Benedict, and .1 K baker. BOSTON-Ar 17th. sebs Clara Dlnsmore, Cha-e, l.nbec. N Jones, i'erry, and Anaconda, strout fiorn Macbia-; W H De* i»t. i oitingliam, I>amari-coUa; Romeo. I an-il Bangor. Orion. White Met fast; Lizzie -I Clark, l>ecrow, Camden, Levant Hodgdon, Franklin; Kl za Jane, Richer.Is, ^ i,<•,**« it Revolu tion, Dawes, and Areola, • aiupbell Ba h Cld 1 < th, sell Helen A Cha-c, Adams. Cliarlcstou; Lucy I>, I hatcher. Kennebec. ArlM b soli Celina Adams. Philadelphia. Sid 18th, ship David Brown. r>rig Screamer. SALEM—>.ld 17tb, scb Vulcan, Bartleitt, Pem broke. Sid 17th »ch S Clifford. Thomas, f *r New York. Sailed fchsAiiaveia. Wells (fra Ambey) f r Port land, Maggie Ellen, I itilejohn do tor Ha lowell; » aura H Jones do for Saco Ida L av. Elizabeth port for Portsmouth; Commander, Hamilton, Port Johnson for do. Race Horse Bishop, Klitio hc* k for Portland; Otranto, Ellsworth for Providence. Nh than Clifford, Bangor for New York. GLOUCESTER— *r 17th. sebs Keren Hoppudi and w E Barnes, from Bangor; St Leon, Perkins, Kfls'On; Savannah, do for Bangor; Wate-loo end Advance, do f »r do; Toronto, from do for BrookHn, Buena v Dta and Mger, do f<-r Wtscasset; Leomird, Rock port for VU Desert . PORTSMOUTH—Ar 17th, sch Coin mar. dt-r Ham ilton Port Johnson. BATH—Ar 17th sebs War Hteed Gookln, Saco for repairs; Perseverance Willard, New York Den Howard. Brooklugs, New York, Douglas Haynes, Dun ton, do. Hid 1/th, brig Hattie B Hu?«ey, (new) Hodgdon, Richmond, to load for Baltimore, Frank Norton.for Portland. Wl sCA8«KT—Ar 17th, sch Ella, Oram, Poitlaud for Bridgeport. PO ft vt |«; * ~p<» it tm At Batavia Mch 28. barque J H Mowers, Carlton, from Buenos Ayres, ar 25th, for Pudang and New York. Ar at Quertro* May 13, barque Investigator, Rossi ter, New York. Sid fin Valparaiso 2d Inst, baique Mary U Hale. Higgins, Froutera. Arat Veracruz May 15tb, barque Grenad . flodgdon. New York Sid May 2, barque Mary () Hale, Higgins, Kron tera, to lo«d for sow York. At Port au Prince April 28, brig Carrie Purittg ton, Smith, from St Thomas, wtg ordets. At Cftibaiien Ctb, l»i|g Elh-n M MIteln II, S<i all, North of Hatteras, Harry Stewart, Pendleton, tor do I 2 days. At StJago May 4 sohs Dora Matthew. Brown uncertain. Kensejt dow, do. Ar at Cardenas Utb, •<; Edward Waite, Lee, from Portland. Cld btb, barques T LSweat, Griffin, New York; Harriets Jacks ui. Bacon. Delaware Breakwater. Eva viay McDuffie New York, (and s d 10th) Aror Havana 11th, brig Rocky Glen, Bray, from Philadelphia. Cld 11th, sch Agnes I Grace, Small. Matanzas; loth, barque Havana, Rice, for Caiburien and Dela ware Breakwater. in port May 12. barque Hatrie G Dixon, Yates, for Delaware Breakwater, brig- Gas alia Jackson for North of Halierua, John H Crandon, Pier,« for New York; Myronua Peterson, for do via Matanzas peb a P Emerson, Emerson, for Montreal. <\r at Matanzas May 10, f.eh Win Beasley, Kvva nsugb ■'Hgua. Slil lOtn brig Carrie Boriha Hall, for New York; 1 ill, barque Fannie If Coring Soule. Philadelphia; Matanzu*, Simmons. Delaware Breakwater. In p n i I th, naruuo Lorind* Borsudl, B6r ti ll, for North i*f Ilatteru. , Alex Campbell, Bunker disg; brig If B Cl tevor>. < harlson. to* North of Ha terns, sebs CaniOu Wliuler; Nellie-I Dins ore. Parser and T B Witlmrpo *n, Sheppard for North Of Hatteras Arat Cow Bay 11th Inst, sch Geo V Jorda Lvnnm, Bo-ton. Cld at At Jotm, Nil 18th, sobs Abide Dunn, Foun tain, New York; Mary B. Colwell, Rockland. •POttEff. May 11, lrt 84 12. iou 72 05, ship Swallow, from New Orleans for Havre. MISCELL ANEOTR Absolutely Puro. Thin PovnUr never varies. A marvel of parity strength anil . hulusuiu -mm Mure eeounmlaal than the oritliniri Uln r, ami 0 111 not tie auM in esniiott tlun with the mult 'ude f !>» teat, ahurt -eight Kill'll or |iho»|ih ite powders. Sold only in coil) Koval. 1iaki.no I'OWUKH (Jo., 100 Wall St., N. y' moliB <n jr pwsi'W THE Admiration I or Tim I WORLD. iMrs, S. A. Alien's 0 ivoRuys Hair Restorer • IS PERFECTION/ Public XSusu;Mrs. ... A. Au-KN* Utij ■» I. ! . 'ill , anil ihousamhi a. a t’. Uayt : mjj ever a fine head t,f 1. ;/ r v j i y m her i.ooquuksd fur-tra. a '. *t f» i > . ing,iaviBornh^. ml b ■ '>•••% n;!:« lia r. Her A|roibd*» »• ii’l’c quickly cloan«c3 th; n ’ • DaodruO; and t.rrcr's t •; - • »: ■ hair, if gray, i« c: an t. ! io i* • ! color, givi.ig it tl \ ’ luxurious qnautUy c ; i.s ^ COSHPIirTHST-V.^.'-- . ■ hair is now rwonv ; t youthful color; l h • • ; t t a gray hair left. I ana sat isfied that the preparation is not a dye, but pci - c;. the secretions. My hair ceases to fall, which ij cer tainly an advantage to me, who was in danger oi‘ b - coming bald." This is ' the testimony of all who p use Mrs. S. A. Au,i:s’| World’s Hair Restorer. | il One Botdo diil it” 1 bt! a tli* ■ ex;ir«*s»on « f many who h&v*t had B tlit ir gray talr restored to it* natural g color, ai.d their bLI spot covered Q with hair, after « ing : uc bottle cf H Mrs. S. A. Allkns world** Ha a M Rttyromistt. his not a dye mar 2J W.S&wftm W. A, S. WOLFE’S Schiedam Aromatic SCHNAPPS. Ah a general beverage am] necessary corrective of nater rendered Impart* by vegetable decomnoaition or of her ranges, as Limestone, Sulphate of Copper Ac, the Aromatic Schnapps is superior to every other alcoholic preparation. A public saltr of over 30 yearn duration in every I section of our country of L'dolpho Wolfe's Schnapps, Its unsolicited endorsement by the m* dieal faculty and a i ale uneqnaled by acy other alcoholic distillation have Insured for it the reputation of salubrity claimed for it. For sale by all Druggists and (tracers, IS BEAVER STREET, NEW YORK. Jy3_ d'y Mirr CElIBRATtC *•v . . V- /. Th#re ha* never been an instance In which ihls sterling invlgoinnt and at ti-febrih medicine 1ms failed to wad off the complaint, when t»kcn duly «» a pmt» ctIon against mala la. Hut dred* of p y “Iclnns lisvo abandon) d nil the officinal s. ecifics, nml now prescribe thi harm css veg- table tonic for chills anti fever, an well m» dyspepsia at d nerve os affections. Hostetler's Hitters Is the specific vou nee-1, For sale by all Druggists ant! Dealers generally. sp30 cod* wl in 18 A CURE GUARANTEED. Dn. 15. C.fc*s;;^'uvh •f!..,.AT ! WENT,sfpiarfinHjvd spec fictw Hy'i -■a, D^ietr,*, CsmuLionx, Fits, N^rv-jus N r. .,o, Hswdlichtr, 1 Nervous ■Prrttii'aHon cuts* d ly t; r u c oiahjohci I or tobacco, iVaketuhirMb Alrm->t D jne.i ;<vv Sr.ft* eningofth * J*r.dnr«iu ti> g l.i I*»«.»•» iy mo! Ic:.;dm'» to ir.> 'ry, dt cay Nttd I '■....Vl‘t A"cj lmpotency Weak: .* in either :*-k, Jrv luso.^ry IiO.-.*>8 and Spet 'U itofliio: t< >'.«• - ’ !’•/ s» of the but ho* conuco o ,p m- th’* trtMtmn t ' “' i,a 1>. * , j Gb v : f >r£•"».» rt; ».»•»*» by in ol};r*p iid r> i i i ce :»t < f pViCS VV«s guamm •• 8b- toci canyo .sc. With each order r^ceiv 1 f rGb.xrunx m.p nh-i with $5. w-i wid send the purcliA £r our w» in- n gu -ructec to refund tb- mon y If th • Irnntnetit does no.effect ftcur >- ,VV. T & <'o., iVoi.riet K,>Miieau«r amecsthrough H II. IIA Y & t o., Drupel*, e*./* agents, Portland.Me.Juncii>n Middle an'.IFrceSi* PAINT l Mixed Paints ready fur use. Best Whitehead in the market. Colors, Dry and in Oil, Alabnstli.e for tinting walls ami ceilings. Varnishes, Oils, Brushes, etc., For 8a o By H. H. HAY & SON, Druggists, Junction Mhlillr ml Km> Ntirett., l'OitilitNIt, JUAlttE, on-'-1 codim pa Linen ki«ox, TH1V superior - talllon will stand at Plum Afreet * Stables Pot*! laud, ihc pres nt seat on. lie h s a tocor i o 2 It1 (‘4* mil 1 l.lO'/s) on Be con tick, l o-t'ii, winning he llrst (.iir^o in the a 80 class of seven borne*, lie l* also the - ire < f th fastest four 'ear old, md gniimsire ot th*- fa^tm-t two . nr old ever r sod ai d ton od in M in . Within the oust . y> ar hi* c » la have sold Jo ^!hdi,g400 $5 o. |r o and *1.' 0 • e t l» shown g th t it pay* to breed from a good sire W nted to eon tract, lor - he use of 20 good in or* s to raise colts. Apply to F. UAVK8, plum street. •p2ldlawl2w» ' FOR SALF„ Willi mid liullnst Stone For Halo. TAKUE quantity. Price low. Apply to > ft.ENIISS I.OUINO. Portland, May 18,18 3, 31 Va Exchange St may 18 5lw* Fund on (ai'i-en Hi. lor Hale. •jy EAR Cumberland Street, 100 fct on Green at. lx iwd about too leet deep; Can bo lmd lor 30 cents per loot, to done an estate. Apply to WM H.JEIUUS. May 18, 1883. u,ayl8d3w* » o»t HAFF MU3T be sold Immediately, owner going west. Tbe olio and half story bouse and small store ou the same lot, No. 88, 70 and 72 a uwbnry street. Lot co dali.s about 32' o feet, a seared for 81.000, routs for *11.00 per month A g. od ln velunent at the price which It will be sold at Apply to N. s. GAltniNKH, myl7dlw 03 Excha go street. Fiiud on Green Street fur Mile. TVTEAIt Cumberland street, 100 feet mi Oteen 1X1 street ami about loo feet deep. This proper ty Is Well loomed, In a a,aid nelghboriuxid, and In ord r lo ol se an e-lute 5, otters I for 30 rents per foot. Apply to WM. 11. ,JI' KKIS. ruy H d.'iw* Furiii for Nnle, OlTlTATKI) at Feliunuib Foreslde. 4 Mi miles y** from P,,r land, under good at ie oieultirailon. For particulars Inquire ou Ihe j,remixes. J. K. HF.I.I.ilW, ap24J4w* New Casco. Fur Hale. HOUSE corner Carl, ton and Braekott l>ta., lor merly occupied by Joxbue < obbs. Inquire of JOHN I*. HOBdS, *p7dtf NO. 30 Market Street. FOR SALEo A 0tf*t class retail Boot andfSIioo k forts cle»n slocks tcoo<i location In the Miy ot ro tlmijl, tfood trade and lucre lifting ihi* iuCHS. iCciiHoiiM for Killing nhl lj«* sails faclorlly cxulaincd to pu chaser, Ad el r ©•« “A. B.” Box 1035 I'orllaiid, Me. upr« dvJ Farm for Male. 4 T a groat bargain. Situated on the line of tlie £% I* « U. H, R., thirty miles fr >m Portland Contains 800 a-res » Urgo p rtlou of wblob is vain bin limber ‘and, and alone is worth more than the pri» e Ol the farm. It has a modern I Vfc storj house, s Hble4< atfU, barn 4« x7li. with . ommodinUH oothml dngs all In good repair, and a never failing supply of ruutiijig wafer, there are ll/ts acres exoelh nt illiage laud under a goo I *ta «* of ou tiva tlon an > outs ab ut forty ton* huv, and has - no of the best mountain pastu os in the Sute. The laud l* well >»d 'plod for any kind of farming and Is one of the finest situations ou t‘<e li e of th P. .v t>. '•. K. Price *7,00i», For tortus ami other information luldre** • LIVER l> HICK, No, 110 Commercial street. Po. llaud, Me. mm 24 dtf FOR S A LE PHYSICIAN’S STAND. One of the best'loca tions in the city, it i* in the ct litre of a dis trict that lias been r« cognized as physician’s bead qu rt. n* for a century or more. The house is nmul-hod with ad the modern improvements, large new brick furnace, cemented cellar, lot aud cold water in «very chamber, bath room, tw • wa er clos ets gas, Ac. No icp.flrA will Ire needed for many yea s. Hum been occupied by the s»me physician l*»r nearly • f* years. Terms ousy. For further par tlciilar** enquire at 14 Brown street, or N, S. U VikDiNER, ltd Exchan c street. ma5 lif FOR _S ALE. \ SUMMER Cottage of seven roonw at Echo Point. Hog island, Casco Bay; three inib-s from Portland, easy of accc*-; in every way desira ble as a summer residence, al*o, un undivided one half interest in a lease on long time of one aud seven-ieuth* acres f land iu the same location. The above propem iuum be »oU, and i« ottered at a l<-w price. Address GEO. I. UOOI»WIN, No. 1) Exchange St., Portland, Mo., or CHAS. W. BUCK,* Cambridge, Mass. mayl7oodlw Fatih For Sale or To Let. ONE of the best farms in the County of Cumber land. situated in Cape Elizabeth, know* as the •'Brooks F-trioM will be sold at a great bug-tin. s. L. CAKLETuN, Att’y at JUw, 180 Middle St. Port MhLM®._ marrfdtf S L B U KBAN RESIDENCE -FOB ^ BE. The n ry ite»ir*hlo re« denco of be late Key. Zenaa Tfcompaou, situate ou Lincoln st„ Wo dforu’s Corner, lleerlng Contains 11 ue garden and fruit tree,. For particular, apply to ZE AS THOMPsuF, Jr., or Fit El) H. THOMPSON, 38 Union St.. City. feb22 dtf For Halo. ONE of tho bed hrtu*«!ot* in Portland, has s nice •table nml ftom* for cellar now upon it; will •ell on time nml ndvauce $25001* help build a good houae on the premises. For particular* ca:l oo Jan22iltl L. TAY1/-It, H8G Congress St. TO LET To Let. riXHREE floors in store No. 44<S Fore street, with * Steam power. Apply on the premises. UnISdtf R. DUNHAM * “ON. TO LET. Store Sa 117 & 119 Middle St. BEU1W the Post Office where all the large Wholesale robbing Houses are located in dry go.sU, Fancy and other classes of gomt*. Fitted up with tw. Counting rooms, Brick-and Iron Suit, Ele eator, Counters, Tables, <ias and Water, w ith .light and airy basement all in perfect repair Heated by a furnace. Inquire of H. E lllOMPSON J64 Brackett St. where the keys may be found. ocl2 ' dtf Unuse and Stable <© Let. HOUS and Stable, on li*e of Home Railroad at Woodford's. Enquire of J. II. Uf«> D, aprl3d(f Ocean Street, Woodford’*. _WANTS. Second Hand ( ountrrs Wonted. FI two good 2nd liand counters wanted, by A Wm. II. tIEKBIS. niylS dl w* Wauled. 4 YOITN’G MAN of 2 or 3 years experience in 2w the rcail Apothecary business. Address Box 1014, Portland, r.o. may 1 Hiltf dirnss I'arm Wonted for t ii-li. ft to l>tvacres within fire mi es of Portlaisl, on .•tl main roail, nesr g.. d school; want imdium .lx d house with lar.o hern nil in good order; also some fruit Apply to Wm. II. .1 Kli.ltIS, Ileal Estate Agent, Cortland myl(d2w* Wnillril, \ COMPETENT Drug clerk. Apply to E. P. SHAW, Druggist,junction of Vo>k awl Pleas aut streets. myUdlw OIKLS WA4TEO. l ordnixi Slur i3ni<h Co., 44cm Commercial Street. __myl'2-dtf VA\\\&*EHS VV1X8ED. /2JOOI) Energetic Onvassers to sell the Kngto Aw Wringer on installments. Men who can give gootl rniero- ce or security can have outside territo ry to Immtle. Address No. 35 Temp e St. not 15 dlf CITY A VERT1SEMENT8. CITY of PORTLAID S ropo nh tor Priming. SKA I .lev > proposal* will be nceived until Monday May 21, »t 4 o'cb ok p m. f r pnntin/ the MunfcIpMl Reports and Register of 188*2-3. Any lu fouita Ion respecting sxnio may be obt dned from the City Anchor. Proposals to be addressed, cute of rity Clerk, to xnylHdtd JOHN A. KM WRY, Chairman. Portland, May 14,1883. To die Cuilx.r Coniiiil>.slon<rs of I'oMItiuil. fllHK nn Wdgned proprietor of Spear’s Wharf In A. <••-**« E fx-ibetli, requires permission of you t" extend said IVltftif with |» lug one hundred (1«H» feet. (signed) WM. SPEAR. Portland, May 15, 1883. ON the foregoing peti ton it is ordered, that n bearing beh »d at. Spmr's Wharf, Cape E Isa* belli, on INe. nesday, May 23. at 3 o'clock I’. M., aibl llmt » notion of the above petition together will his our order thereof be given by publica tion in two of th© dally p»p©t* ubll-hea iu Port land, for seven da>* provbus otlm bearing. JACOB VlcLEl.LAN, ) Harbor CHARLEh MKRRIM , f 0. H. PAULEY, ; Commissioner*, mylfl_ dUr l ily off l*oi*f hand. CI1Y M 4IINI3 41.’<! ovnn. To Owners or Jveeper: of Dogs. flAHE Ordinances of tho citvreqnirct.bat. every 1 owner «r «eper of a d g shall annua iv cause it to be r**gisterod, describe I ami license t if >r on© year) in lb office of tlm ■ fry Clerk, an t alia d cause I it, to wear around its neck a collar with the owner's name, and regis ©red • umber. It is my duty to chu © alt dog* to ha destroyed which etmll K< f»unu Ht. l.rgn wllhln Ihcoltywlih out it rollur, n» rm,ulr«<l by thn urolnan? ». tl&hJAMiN F. ANDliHW*; M|»rl H >ltf_ ' l.y M«rch»l. BPslNKi TORY Hook Hinder. wm. a. m im. n »«ia II, k *» i u i#>* I Kmrbnus- -I-. Ill |txri.n»«. Kirr.t. Photographer (Fire Portrait. it paulnUy, * OrrOSlTK i ALHOLTil HOI U, Portland. Mo. JauO deodlf RAILROADS. Portland & OgdeDsburg R. R. WINTElt AlUUiVUNCKT, Oily Line Urnli in Sin flay —TO— UVICLIAtiTOA V'B\, OODENSBERO, N. V., AND ITrONTKEAJL. On sinil after Monday. Nov. 13th, IHH4, 0*ii»Hcngrr Ti.*iti» Irave Porlliist) Halil furibt r iioiicr , H.JA A. Iff.-For Fabian’*. Littleton, Lancaster, ami all point* on B. C. M. It. K., 8t. .JohuBbury, Burlington, Ogdemburg ami all point* on o. A L, C. It. It., Newport. Sherbrooke Montreal and all point* on Southeastern Railroad ami branch***. .'I OO I*. HI. For Fabyan’s and Intermediate stations. Trains arrive • a Purl la tad : 10.50 a. m.—from Fabyans. 10.00 i*. m.—from Montreal. Ogdemsburg. Burling ton, &o. J. II A til I.TON. Miiirrriufetadetti. Fortland, November 13. ih82, nov!3dtf Grand Trunk Railway of Canada. ON and afti-r .flOHOAV. Ort«b«r f NKtly train* aril) rui- ** follow* IH PA H'lT HFH: For Auburn nud Lrwin«ut7 20 >. 1.15 and 5.16 p. m. For bnrbiim. mixed 7.40 a. m.. and 4.00 p.tn. For 'Ion trial, Qui brr nod Cbn uxo 1.80 p. m, AKHIVtlW. Front l/etvi»iau nri.t Ai.Lora, 8.40 ft. m, 12.35, 8.15 and 5.50 p. m. From l.orlmm, mixed 9 40 a. rn„ 5.10 p. in From I'biroKo. Hluufrt-n mum Qiarb-, . Vi 85 p.m. Fullman Palace Sleeping Cars on night trait and Parlor liars outlay train between Portlan . and Montreal. TH KfcT OFFICE^ 74 EX< HAUGE CPfREET —Anr>— DEPdT AT FOO T OF INDIA HT. Tickets sold at Reduced Tof'nuttdu Detroit, I bimuo, *liiwHukrr Eimiuii iii. Mi. I.ouix. Oui.hn. «iiKin* aw Hi. Paul. wuli I hItr l ily, Drum, Hnu Eruocbro, and all points in (be Northwest, tVeti and Mouihir'*(. JOSEPH HICKSON, General Manager. A. 8TKPHKNSON. O. P. A. W. A, 8PI0KR. Superintendent. oct7dtf DIRIG0 TRANSFER CO -run tub — l'<i)ii<<l>»rUili«»ii of Per*on;il li»g. gi'KC HIHl Parcel* of PMuMCII R«is to and from Knilroad S I II ( I O ■■ *ICUIIll»OUl I.OIIfllUKv, IIOII-IS. I'll vute «Uli><‘s. ftr, Me»eeiigers will 8 .licit ior Baggugeon the prlncl pul Incoming train* Hint gi.e check. Burgage ta ken from U'y n-rr of tli- c ry to no, other part. Orders 8bou d be left u> least one hour before de parture of train* or bouts. Principal Office li!>7 1'iutrra.St Portland ..- No. 473. N. S. KKBKAI.D, General Manager. uiuy2 _ _ WF«Hlm Eastern Railroad. FALL AKUANOEMENT, Commencing Sunday, October 15, 1882. Trains* leave Portlnad At ‘J ft* m. 1 telly (Night Pullman) tar Saco, Bi<W»lorfi. Keunebunk, Kittery, Port^montfc Newburypoct. Baton, Lfan a»«J Boston. arriving at <5.80 a. m. 4 special Jieepiog Car will be re%dv for ueeepanc* lu Portland station, at fl.OC p ni. (Sunday uighta lip. ro.faBti is attached to tlds train for Boston. At H. 1-1 a. m. for Cape Elizabeth. Scarboro, Saco. Blddeford, Kermebunk Well*, North and South Berwick. Conway Junction, connecting for all •tatiotis on Conway Division. Kittery, Portsmouth, Newburvport. Salem Gloucester., fcoockort. Lynn. Chelsea and Boston, Arriving at 1.16 p. m. ▲: I p m. for Cape Elizabeth, Scarboro. *aco. Bi 'deford. Kennehunh Wells, No. Berwick, So. Berwick, Conway Junction, Kittery PortainoeU, N-iwburyport.'telem, Lynn, Chelsea and Boston, arriving at 6.10 p m. counecting with Sound and Kail Lines for all Southern and Western point*. Train* leave fl*«twu. At 9.00 n. tn. and arrive in Portland at 1 ,to m. At 12.30 p. rn. and arrive in Portland at 6;0 P* ***. At 7.00 p. m. (daily), and axnve in Port!an at 11.00 p. ui. f'aIlia*:! Parlor fan*. On trains leaving Boston, at 0.00 a xn. 12.JO and 7.00 p. in. and trains leaving Pox ’and H. 46 a, m., and i p. m. (Through Pullman Sleep ing Cars on trains leaving Boston at 7.00 t. in and Portland at 2.00 a. ni). «'hr*v«t» tlcbeth to nil soist* Wwi aid Howtb may be had of J, M. French, Ticket Seller, Eastern Railroad Depot and at Union Ticket Office 40 Exchange street. Pollcatta Car Ticket* for Heats «oB ■ snhMsU si Depot Ticket OfiSce. New, first class dining room at Portsmouth. Through trains stop 10 minutes for meals. LT7GIUB »TTTLK, General Passenger and Tlccet Agent. *> W. KAJTBOKN, Ha-vcr Transpcnation, oclO d-c imm cItrI railroad. On and wfier JNOVDAV. Oet. •*•!*> PBMciiger Truuw nill run IIS follows Hoiiianii for Vnnrrbtira. St .lohn, ICsItfRi and tbt Pi.tia rt. Si. Aodno*.. "it. strphrn. Prt.itrirtnr I .unit, nil atetiOM oo B. a f»i.r»lnt;iit. N It., ud foi Banaor tf0ark.iM.rl. Itriln Krifui ><■>.< skaw brunt. 1.26 I>. m. 1.30 p. m. jll.16 p m Watrrrille, 7.00 a. m > .26 p m. l.30p. m 111.16p.m., an.) Satnrdara >nlr at 3.1 f r„ m A itiftl.tit. Ilnllowrll. OardUrr. tilth, mnnd.atid Brtiii.ttrirk 7.ia> . m. 1.30 p Olj 6.16 p. m., 111.16 p m.: (tml. 7.00 a. m I. 30 p. m., 6.16 p m. and on Kaiuniayi1 only at 11.16 p. in Kntklnutl. and Hati A l.iurala (t. It., 7.00 a m., I 30 | a.. Aakort and I rniaitt. K. I6a,m„ 1 26 p ni. 6,06 p. m. I.rwitt.n tit; HrtinNwirk 7.00 a. m., til.16 p. m. Patmlapira, Phillip. tloantaitUi iVlHthrou Hr.idll.lH Wt.l U.irr.ill. .tnd Sfnrtb bnanu l.26p. in. and Fttranin* ton tin nroD»irli. 7.00 a. ra. LEAVE FOR PORTLAND ANO BOSTON Front Halifax, 6.10 a. oi., 6.16 p *u. *«. J«hn, 8.16 a. m.. 8.30 p. m.; iloaliaa 10.30 a. m., Nt. Stephen. 10.46 % m.; t&arU*port, 6/ 0 A. m.. 6. p. m,, Vanrehor*. 1.36 a. m. 1.30 p. m. Hanger, 7.16 a. m. 17.45* n. m. Hrxirr, 7.00 a.m, 6.10 p. m. Slelfnoi 8.30 a. in., 3.1*6 p. m.. «Vo» krgan, 8 20 a. m 3.16 p. m. Wntn vill* ».16x.ai. 1.65., »10.tH» K.m.; and Monday? only at 5.16 a; m Angn-ui. .00 a. ro 10.00 a. m., *2.46 ». m.. 110,65 p. in., tlnrdincr. 8.17 a. m., 10.18 a.m.. *3.07 p. ns. HI.14 t». m Hath. 8.66 a. m.. 11.no a. m.' *4.W» p. ro. and (Saturdays only at 11.65 p. ro. itrun-wicU, 7.36 «\. m., 11.30 a. ro. *4.80 p. on. 119.86 a. tu., (night.) UacMnad 8.16 a. mM 1.16 p. m.f l.<rwi««au. 7.20 a. n> 11.10a. m.,*4.16p. m. 11.30pm. (Hiillip*. 6.66 a.m. Farwlugtoa,8.2<> ». ro.; ITiiubrop 10.13 a. ro. heina dne In Portland a? follow? The morning train? front Augusta and Hath. 8.36 ». m. Lewtsum 8.40 a. m The day trains front Bangor and all intermediate -ration? and oonnocttnc road? at 12.40 «»d 12. 46 i , m. The afternoon train? from Wntarville Augusta. Hath, Both land and Lawiston at 6.40 p. m. Tfcr NlgV Pallmar Expres- train at 1.60 a- m. 1 Sleeping Car? attached, run dally, Sundays in oVartad, between Hasten xwd Bangor. iKun? through to Bangor every rooming, and Sko^» hoaan Sunday Morn ins but not Monday. l>o«* nol run t<» )>oxter. Belfast, Budcxpori, or St John Suritta? rooming •For Portland only. I.lmit»d Tlrkri* 6tr*i and «rr<u9«l clnaa far ?«•( Mftllfws waiih m reilure*! rat««. PA v SON TUCKER, Oen*l Supt. F. U. IIOOTHBY. Ckal, Pane. A Ticket Agt. Portland. • >ct l«. 18X2 ootlXdtf T* VVTIhtt NTtM.IO\ Startle Hambletonian, will link* Flip s.mo.i ..f ISSil. at I’re Minip.scot P irk, Pccriiijf, Mr. 8TARTLK IF ANHIJt IONIAN It a .lark hay, with black points l«l hand? high and weigh? 1050 pound?, w?s foaled April * lth, 1870, bred by Rob ert Bonner of New York. sire sTAKTLK. ?oii of R’'SDYK‘8 HAMBLKTOnI AN, dam El S1K. by Now York Ledger, 2d dam by Seely’s AMERICAN STAR. NEW YORK LKDGER was sired by Houglaud's OKAY MESSENGER, dam, Fi.ATKUMI MAIM, one of the fast* si mare?, Broth sleg e and double iu Mr. Bonner ? lamoun stub e, HotiglandV Messen ger sired IMNEhT DUTCHMAN, 2.20'« and 1*1 UN’1 M. 2.211* &. S I’AHTLE tro ted u public trial over Fleetwood Park, N. Y., before cmini t, ng his fourth year in ami 1? the sire * f l*OK rl k,2 2t*Mi. JiYsMYK*-* H AMBLE IONIAN, the gri a test of trot lug sires, living or dead, has 33 of bis got in tin* 2. «' list. ST \RTLE HAMBLETONIAN is a young horse <f great momtse. d scowling direct > from th« treat II AM RLE IONIAN and STAR crors th t produced Hex «t. Nettie .lay Mould, orango Oirl, Harvest Queen and many other?. term?. 626 O for the fUAsoii, Mare-not proving tn tohl can l>e returned next. ?e »?ou free of charge The ho so can be found at the Park, from H.8t) a. iu., to 4 p ni., at d sit t.iib rt’s-table, Cu-hnian si.. Porlaml. at. other time- and will be cheerlulh shown to \i?itor? by may l Seed lm . ASHER M. SAVAUE. IMPORTED WINES & LIQUORS of nil liliadn, in ihc PICKlOES, -FOR SAFE »V R. STANLEY & SO/, Importers. I ONEW NO. TO#S HMtliET, PORT I I'D .tiAINU. Alco. (Jon. ral ANi.ng is for Now Englnn.1, F >K I Dll.' ('ICI ICIIltATKU Sunt in 11 Mineral Spring Water, I IIO.U It AKIIINON, MU.Vt. auglO iUf 81 AH ROADS._ Bound Brook Route —msrwEKw— Now York, Trenton & Philarfeiiris: STATION lit HE* TOOK ‘TtatiftOfl iic I‘lilJadc!l>!iLi AJh.ilad*lpii.t8 to Keadin* fc£. it K1NTU *WO OSlFFfV »T*BETS AND TEIHI> AND BKfcKS Alh Express Trains. Double Trade Siena Faiias Br sure to fcny larueis rat any railroad or §i9&sr boat office Id New England) ris BOUND imoOK ROUTE*.. FAJIEI, |Om K’*J, $4.30 Now York niul Philadelphia, I Kirarulan, 4,00 NJiW GN01.AND AWKNl'Y, ‘All WiialilDYion Street, lioaton. H. P. BALDWIN mr.atidt a. Pits. Aitont 0. 8. R. o .J. Boston, & Maine Railroad FALL ASD WINTER ARRANGEMENT. On and after Monday, Oct. 10. 1882, p4mmi:n«i:htiuii%m wild, if a v i; „____ PORTLAND for ROM MIN j?.* •.'’tufi***- H 46 a. in., 1.00 and 3 30 p. m., .'arriving at iiostou at 1.16, 6.10 -jesc-fta-^and 8.0?) p. m. ronton i* ok PORTLAND at 0.00 a. m., 12.30 and 3.30 p. in., arriving at Portland at 1.00, 6.00, and 8.00 p. in. IMIKTI AND FOR Ml A ft It01(0 HFACTS, and PINE POINT, 8 46 a. m., 8.30 and 6.40 p. rn. (See note) for OI.D OK4 U4KO HK«< II HO O. UIDOEKOKI) AND HKNNE •ICJNli H‘ 8.46 a. ni., 1 00, 3.30 and 6.40 p m. FOR W FI.I/M at 8.46 a. ni., 3.30 p. m. (See note.) FOR NORTH HARWICH., MA L HON PALLM, (•ill AT FA I I.M, DOV Kb, tXKTKR, lltVKRHILL, I.AURINIE, ANDO V FR AND LOW KLLAt8.46a.cn., 100and 3.3<> p. o. FOR NEW 1I4KHET at 8.46 a. m. 3.30 p. in. FOR ROM* ENTER and FA RMINOTON, N II , 8,46 a. in., 1.00 and 3.20 p. rn. FOR ALTON || a 1 at 8.46 a. rn., 3.30 p. m. FOR HANtTlFMT* If AND lONFOKDN.M., (via l^iwrcncet at 8.45 a. m. (vi • New Marker at 8,30 p. rn. TIOKNINC. TUilN LEA VKM HENNEBl'NK FOR PORT. LAND at 7.26. Nora-The 1.00 p. m. train from Portland will not strip at. scar boro beach, Pine Point, or Well < except lo Tukr • *>i«»eug. rn l^orRostva. Parlor (Inn on all through traioe. Seats eecured in advance at l>epot 'Picket office. wr« he 1.00 p. m., train from Portland con nects with Mound Liuc Mieanaera for Nrvr Vot It and all Kail Lines for the West, and the 3.30 p in., train with all Hail Lioes for New York and the South and West. • MLNDAY TRAIN*. Portland For llowton and .Way stations at 1.00 p. in BomIou For Portland at 0.00 p. in. Trains on Boston & Maine road connect with ail steamer* running between Portland and Bangor, dockland, Mt. Desert, Mucbias, Eastport, Calais. St .John and Halifax. Also connect with Grand Trunk trains at Grand Trunk Station, and Maine Central and Portland & Ogdenburg trains at Trans fer Station. All trains slop at Exeter ten minutes for refresh meats. First class Dining Rooms at Pcrtland, Transfer Station, Exeter, Lawrence and i'oetOn 1 hROUGH TICKETS to all points West and South may be had of M- L. W iUium*, Ticket Agent, boston 6c dalne Depot, and at I'uion Ticket Office, 40 Exchange St. J. T. FUKBEK, Gen. Supt. 8. U. STEVENS, Gen. Agent, Portland. ap5 Portlaad and Worcester Line. PORTLAND & ROCHESTER R. R Arrangement of Trains. usanDifui llMktgr, Oci. 10, 1 hVJ. Passenger Trains will !o»tc I’sniaad at 7.30 u. m., nod 1-03 a. os., arriTing at Worcester at 2.16p,m. and 7.30 p. m. Returning icase Daion Depot, 7/oreorter, at 7 30 a. m. and 11.16 a. m., arriTicgat Portland at 1.26 p. m. and 6.46 p. m. Per fcllalas, Ayer June., Pilchbui, ka^ua,* taweli, Wiawihum, and Lp piat at 7.30 a. m. and 1.05 p. oi. 1'sr Haacbctcr, C'txcord and points North. at 1.03 p. si. 7»r (tscbnitr, bprliirslc, Allred, Wat. erbera and Macs IJ ircr.7.30 a. at., 1.05 ft. in., and (mixed) at 0.30 p. ns. Retnrnin. earoUccfcasierat (mixed) 6.45 a. m., 11.16 a. m., and 3.35 p. m., arrirlng at Portttn (mixed1 9.40 a. m., 1.25 p. zn.and 5.45 p. m. P«r l.oroai;, eacrarapps. kweuberlos. 71111a, K rut brook and Vfsadlsrd’t. at 7.30 a. m., 1.03, O.JO and fmlxed' *0.30 p. an. The 1.03 p. a? It Bin f-om Portland connects a t««- Jose. sn’. Hot w Tssul Route lor tl< West, and at Caist 9»«. Worcester, lot New Voris Tie..■Vo. tri, J.ine. and all rail. atprisjOeid, ;!»t lit. V. A N. K. B, St (“Steamci Maryland R nte” Jot Pkilsdtl. Shin, Baltimore, Wakisgiss, and ILc out a and with Beaten * Albans E. R. for the West. Close connectiont made at Westbrook Jcac ti »o with throagh trains of Ms. Central R. R. and at irandTmnii Transfer. Portland, with throagh »r. o» of Grand Trunk it. X. Through tickets to i!) points Sooth and West, at Depot ofioes and at fti’l&p a Adams' No. 22 Ex change Street H' Does not stop at oodford’s. Jel? J. W. PETERS, 8opt. Kumford Falls & Biickfleld BLAIXsR TC* Leave J&nton for Portland and Lewiston 4.15 and V.SO a. m. I reave Portland for Canton, at 7.30 a. m. and 1.30 p. m. Leave Lewiston at 7.10 a. in. and 1.57 p. m. Stage amtMtlOBf vHt Byron Mexico' 1)1 afield Pern, Livennoro, West -rirre- and T»;-i»er L. L. L1NC. LN 3m*. Portland Hot. IB. 188fc oet14dtf _&1K\ViKiOv_ EUROPE!! ! F**!*’' Oraad Ex«nr«iou» leave New York April 2t5th June 1st, June 13th and June SOtb, 1883. PttM*n«r Tirt-c* by all Atlantic •tinmi-tv. special facilities for s^curins v«>*»ci bvrthM Tcuiiki Tacbria for indivitiual travel lers iu f artpr. by all routes, at rvtiuced ra?t*s. €>*!*** FvA iir-i nik.1. with Maps and full par ticulars bv maiLlOets. Address TI1M. COOK A MIW '.*6- Kromluaj^.V. feb13W*gl?W ■ ii iiivumTii')', Court of Insolvency for tho-County of Cumberland State of Maine, , May llth. A. D. 1883. In case of WILLIAM F. WELCH, Insolvent Debtor fl'HlS is to give notice, that on the eleventh I day of May. A. D. 1883. a warrant In in solvency was issued by Henry C. Peabody, .lodge of tho Court of Insolvency for sai t County of Cum berland. against the estate of said WILLIAM F. WELCH, of Portland, ad'odged to be an insolvent .ielytor, on petitiou of said debtor whieb petition was filed on the eleventh day < f May. A. I>. '883. to which date interest on claims ,8 to be omputed. That the payment ol any debts to or by said debt or, and the transfer and delivery of any property by him are forbidden bv law; That a meeting of the creditors of said debtor, to prove their debts and choose one or more assignee* of his estate, will be held at a Court of Insolvency to be nekton at Probate Court room in said Port land, on ibe tw.nty-first dav' of May. A I>. 1883. at teu o’cl -ok in tho forenoon. Given under my hand the date first above written. „ , ... .. Ii. It. SARGENT, Deputy Sheriff, as Messenger o' the Court of Insol vency for said County of Cumberland. ___my 12* 10 III (.nsotvency. Court of Insolvency for the Countv of Comber,and State ot Maiuo. ’ May llth, A. I). 1888. In case of DENNIS A. DYER and JAMES TAY LOR both of Ca-co, as co-partnera in trade undor the style of Dennis A . Dwr A Co., Insolvent Debt ors andot DENNIS A. DYER as an individual. ■TU1I8 is t igivo notice, That on the ninth day of X May. A D. 1883, a XVnrraut in insolvency whs Issu d by Henry C. Peabody, Judge of the Court of Insolvency for said Countv of Cumberland, avalust the estate of said DENNIS A DYER and JAMES TAYLOR, bith of Casco, a* copartner* in trail* muter tho style of D'-nnis A. Dyer a Co and of lieutiis A. Dyer a« an individual, adjudged to l»e insolvent debtors, as aforesaid on pe tition of said debtors, which petition was tiled on tlie ninth day of May, ^ D. 18*3, to which date interest on claims is to be computed. That the payu out of any debt* to or by said debt ors aud tin transfer ami delivery of auy property by them are forbidden by law. 1 hat a m etmg of tbe creditors of said debtors, to prove their debts and cliGore one or more a>tigne*s of tin ir ©state, will be hel l at a Court of lnsofveucy t" b - holden at Probate Conn Room iu said Portland, ou the twenty tirat day ot May, A. D. 18*3, at ten o'clock In the foreuoon Giveu under my hand the da to first above written. 11. R. SARGENT. Deputy SLierUf. as Messenger of the Court of insol veuev for s*i l ounty ol Cumberland. _ mayl2&19 Bib Insolvency* Court of Insolvency for the County of Cumberland State id Maine. M .yllth, A. D 1883. ? Incase of JAMES TAYLOR and JOHN D.SPI. LER, both ot C sco, as ii dividual* and co-pert ners under 'he name and style of Taylor and *pil lvr, and of the said James Tayl. r as a member of tl-e firm of Dounik A. Dyer A Co., oo-purtuers ns aforesaid 1U1IS is to giva notice that ou tha niuth my oi May A. D. 1883, u warrant in luol vency was issued by Henry C. Peabodv Ju.lgo.f the Court of Insolvency tor sakl County of Cmntwr land, aunlns tin u-tat* of said JAMES TA V LOU and JOHN D, STILLER, both of Casco. as individuals ami i opartners under the name ami style of Taylor & Spider, ai d of the said dam** l ay* r a* a me her of tbe firm of Dennis A. Dyer & t o., co-partners ns aforesaid. adjudged to be in* ilvrnit debtors, ms aforesaid, ou petition of sad debtors, which petition was tiled on the ninth nay of May, t%, . I88:t, jo which date interest on claims is to be oomputed. Tlmt the payment of any debts to or by said deb tors and the uansfor and delivery of any prop erly b\ them ue forbidden l*y law; Thai .1 meeting of the creditors of said debtors, to prove their debts and cIwh'so one or more as signees of their estate, will b* held at a Court ot Insolvency to be Itoldeu at Probate Court roomie salt Portland, on the twei ty-tirst day of May, A. I*. 1883. a 10 o'elock in the forenoon. Giveu under my hand the date first above written H. R. SARGENT, Deputy She»itV. as Messenger of tho Court of In solvency for said County of Cumberland, my ‘JAU>_ __ H. It. SILKS, rtislr.* Agent., ■J3« WAN Big os O', NT., - - It UNION C"„trnot» for Adv.rlliwmvuuin Nowvpnpor* in h miltabProvm^0' lU" UulloJ 8uto» ‘uJ ‘b‘ 9.TFAMEFS Maine 8teainsliip Company §enii-We«fcly Line to Sew York. ON and after Saturday th -second day of dune, next th stemm-rs f.LEANORA and FKAN 'i’hIA will leave Frank!! Wlmrf, Portland. every \\ 1 DN K-I.AY and SA t GRIM V at p. m.. and leave Pier 38, East lit er, New York, every WKD N ESI) AY and SATURDAY, at *4. p. m. ®J5?® sompiisr months these atoaniers will tomahat V Ineyard Haven on their passage to and from New York. 1 rice, including State Room. $5: these steamers are lltted up with line accomoda tions for passengers, making this a very desirable ron,te„ for travelers between New York and Maine; or for parties desiring to take a pleasure excursion In the summer months to Vine yard Haven. Good# shipped by tbt# line destined beyond Portland or N«W York, will be ut once forwarded to their destination on arrival i ickets and state Booms can be obtained at 22 Exchange Street. ww. o. davis, Portland, Ma, 10,1883, M““« ”* PACIFH) MAIL .H. ITch! v(M« CALIFORNIA ASPs'-, IAM3A <Vj9tSK]K%Kn;' -• Mnadurlcti laSseda, ,Y*« a loo.; ■l—trshai Steamer# sail from New York on 10th, 20tb and 30tb of each month, carrying passengers for Sau Krancbwo and all of the above port#. Steamer# nail from Sau I’ranrisco regularly for •Japan, < hina and Satdwieh Island#. New Zeala» d an-1 Australia. . Passage, sailing lists and farther Information, apply to or address the General Eas ter:. Agent#, V. I,. ZiA RTliKTT A CO., mniatr ktr-H.oui f*re>;«t< *?t., Uo«c%»'. * . r to v7 r-. 1JVVI& Si Of*.. 11 Pvr-.niiff ?.*. P-rtVi)’'' allan Tine Summer Service. ■■ * HAILING FROM QUEBEC TO UVER000L EVERY SATURDAY from MAY to DECEMBER, 8.HOH i**T GCEAN VOYAGE. Only FIVE. i)AYS fr. in Rand to land. Extra Wceklv Ships from RAI.H t V, 1.131, Bit K, I.OV ItONUI'.KRV «ud lil.ANHOil' TO BOM I ON liIKEIT. Only direct line from RaU... anil I in. crick Accoii.ui.Mlati.dni un - qualed. Cabin M70a„dM-,0 11.It-1mediate, M4<*t Prepaid S'eerage MAI, .*JrmluL,nui‘‘»u' *e- apply to • rVK A- AI. I** M, f-e«. A*, ul.. *07 Broadwav N V' -or V cewA"^? 40 e*rh“P E'l idS €-«> W A.>, 4‘J‘J Coi gre*# St., Portland. m-irlrf _ dtf WHITE ST>K LINE. D. 8. a< Royal Mail Steamer, to U?eiXd>oJ \ ia Queenstown. Kai«» reduced for Fall and Win ter These steamer# take the er —-—— i rente (southerly routes avoiding all danger, from icebergs. Cabin *80 and *80; Ex cursion *110 and * 14.; steerage at 1 ,w rates. The sailings are as follows: Germanic.Jan. 20 I Baltic.Feb. 1 Republic.........Jan. 25 I Brttauia .Feb. 10 For sailing li t#, cabin plans, passage rates and draft* apply to J. L. FARMER, 22 Exchange St. *>1» ill y Steamers l ; fare si.co. The favorite Steam era Forest City and John Brooks will alternately leave h RANK 1.IN WHaBF, Portland at 7 o'clock p. m. and INDIA WHABF, Boston, at 7 o'clock o. m. (Sundays excepted). Passengers by this line are reminded that they se cure a comfortable night’* rest and avoid tbe «x nense and inconvenience of arriving in Boston late ht night. ^HTTlcketH ami Staterooms for gale at D. H. YOUNG'S, 272 Middle Street. Tickets to New York, via the various Bail and Soon* Lines for sale. Freight taken as usual. J It. t OYLE Jr., General Agent. dtf CHEAP OCEAN TICKETS. ALL desiring to ml for friends in the Old Coun try will save money by baying their prepaid steerage tickets at the General Ocean Steamship Cffi e, No. 22 Exchange Street, don’t mi-take the number) at the sign of the big Locomotive at pre sent reduced r tes by tbeCuuard *E.d other fast first class'mail s*earners coming direct across t- e o. ean, on the warm Gulf Stream route, thus avoiding all dangers from lee and icebergs. 1 can sell prepaid steerage passage tickets from Queenstown, London derry and Belfast for $2 LOO; Dublin, $22.0o; Lon don, Bristol, Cardiff and Galway. $*4.00; Ham burg Antwerp, Havre, Manheim, Amsterdam, Rot terdam. Parte, Bremen ami Har ugen, 827 00 Copenhagen. Christiana, Christ! .sand, Bergen Trwidtjem. Gotebo’g. Mali no, 828 JO; children un derl2 half fare. Sterling and Scandinavian ex change at low rates. J. L. FAR\1 EH, Agent, jan 24dtf 22 Exchange St. General Ocean Steamer Ticket Office* FOR sale of pnsssage tickets by the White Star, Cunard. Anchor state, American, Red Star, North German Lloyd, Hamburg, American, Rotter dam, Amsterdam am) Italian hues, all tirst class fast passage steamers, to ai d from all p- ints In Europe. Cabin, 2d Cabin ai l steerage uu. ward and prepaid tickets fiom Portland at lowest rates. VWerafe prepaid tickets from inland places in Eu rot«‘ to inland places in the United States. Ster ling and Scandinavian exchange at lowest rates Choice Cumberland and Acadia coal for sale by th cargo. For cabin plans, circular*, -ailing scheme* ate. and other information app.j to J L. FARMER Agent, 22 Exchange St. P. U. Box R7». UulO dly PHILADELPHIA Direct Steamship Line. From Bost JS t’Tery Wednesday and Sat aniay. From PHILAUEI PHIA Et*t> 1 wsday and Friday. From Long Wharf, Boston, 3 P m. From Pine Street Wharf , Philadelphia, at lo a. m. insurai.ee one-half the rate of sailing vessel. Freight for tbe Went by the Penn. R. R.. and South by connecting lines, forwarded free of com mission. Pawsage Tea Dalinrw Round Trip 818. Meals and Room inc uded. For Freight or i as-agp apply to ft. B. HAM * 803, Agent. deSltf 70 I nag ll b-if B«»«*twn. Portland. Bangor, it Destrt And Xachals Steamboat Company. COMMENCING MAY 15, 1883, STEAMER LEWISTON! CAHT. CHAKLES DECKING, - Will loa re Railroad Wharf, Portland — Tuesday & Friday Eve’ngs, f*&*e** At 11.15 o’clock or on arrival t of Steamboat Express Trains .. v from B-eton, for hoc*.and. Cas *• v tine, l»eer Isle, Sedgwick, t>t*ge from <edgw!ck to Blue Hill on arriva of Steamer), South West and Bar Harbor*. Milbridge. Jonesport and Machiasptrt. Connect at MM KMvn with Steamer for II LI., MHKH amt Ri | N. WOBin At MAR HAM B«»K with steam er for «»«•• LIIMNeRU*. I t 'I O I N «* || %* I L.IVA5I and kM.sUORlH. Also with B. A B. steamers at Rockland, a ing Fast for River Landings. RETl’RNHI * , will leave Machi'isport every Monday and Thursday git 4.30 a. m., touching at in termediate landmgs.ami connecting at Portland with Pullman and early morning traiuTor Boston. Connect with fit stem and Bangor Steamers at Rocktand, coming est. and receive passengers and freight from Bangor and River Landings for Port land. Tli- Lpwi.fou lias b eu tV>roiuhIy or* erhmilMi thi* past winter, and furnished with a new boiler. GEORGE L. DAY. Treas, an.l General Ticket Agent K. CUSHING, General Agent, may 12 d internat on.? ^ xeaxship co Enstpori, We.. <. alatk, He.. st. Jnlin, N.B., i lii'ui, a. S., Ac. SPBISIO ARRANGEHIbATS. 1I1REE TRIPS PER WEEK. OR AND % f-TS H TWffft. —* . ! mi, MIAY I SO. Me SB rr» (In* **-«•» '• Leave K’dlnMu* UTiaet, "out *vf «*atc street, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at d p. m.. 1 r 4 Johi . wtiu eosneettons tot Calais, Rohbmttois 8t, vi.lrew* IV ibroko Honlton Wood-toek Gr»rd 'tonai Carapobolle, Gighy, Annapolis, Varmoutfc. Windsor, Halifax, tfoturton Newcastle, Amherst Plutntk, shedlac, Bathurst Dalhauste. Char lottetowo Fort FOrflsW Grand Falls, and othei station * on the New Brunswick and Canada Inter colonial. Windsor, and Annapolis Western Conn tltw, Hall Hoatls, aud Sta#e * Ron top. HF ‘Freight received up to 4 p. iu. and any In formation regarding the same may be had at the office of the Freight Agent Railroad Wharf. ForCirculais, with Excursion Routes, Tickets gtau* Rooms and further information apply at Company s Ottioe, *<> Exchange St. ** J C* SKY, Frogldent, and Manager mayi* |f I R.4VKL T« Ml KOI1! ! ■vKtiuinten ot l o 1 f«»r Tour* to auy part of « iiro|n nu li rOiirul. ra,, . 0 ‘n^0, ma ion ehcerfu ly imparted snd li‘;Kf is ISSUED. Full particulars in moi.thly travel, witli u ;us sent f ee. Address AMI RIC. N KXCH XNGKTRAVEl Khs BFRK.au. 182 Druid* way. New York. t\ A. IMIUT 105(1, vM. Mger mar .4 iod3ni* ImYIttliico. STCAHEIt MI.VM Hnrv Will leave Custom House 5rVh»*rf for the stands, d dly except Sun ay at T> 4->, 7.00, 0.00 a. m , 2. »5, 4.20,0.10 p. m., rtturning immediately alter each trip. C. H. KNOIVLTON, Manager. mjOdtl