POETRY. Sunset Winsfi. BY PASTE O- UUSETTI. To-night this sunset spreads two golden wings. Clearing the westeMff sky; Winged too with win-! it la/and windowings Of birds; as if the day’s last hour in rings Of strenuous lliglit. must die. Sun-steeped in fiie, the homowa d pinions swn> Above the dovecote tops; And cloudy of sterlings. ««-• they ro»t Sink, clamorous like mill-waters, at wild plus, Bv turns in every c »jw: Eacli tree heart-deep the wrangling r.'iit receives, But for the whirr wi'lidi, You could not toll the starlings from the lciiv, s; Then one great put!'of wings, and the swarm heaves Away with till its din. Even thus Hop .*’r* h >u« in ovci-0lvlying fight, To niauy a refug.* tend; With tlio first li-jhr sho laughed, and the last light Glows round her still; v. h > natchless in the night At length luu-t make an cu l. An<l now the mustering rooks innumerable Together sail and soar, While for the day’s death, like a tol'dag knell, Unto the heart, they seem to cry, Farewell, No more, farewe’l, no more! Is Hope not plume 1, as ’t were a fiery dart ? And, oh, thou dying dav, Even as thou goest must, alio too depait, And orrow fold such pinions on the heart As will not fly awa> V Hound the World on a Wajrer. Translation for the J'rtss of “La lour <lu Monde enQuartrc-Vingts Jours" ol Juks Verne. _ CHAPTER IX. The distance between Suez and Aden is exactly 1310 uiilcs, and ‘be company’s regu lations allow its steamers 128 bouts to make the voyage. Tbo Mongolia, under full steam, was sure to make it in advance ot time The most of the passengers who embarked at Brindisi were going to different parts of In dia. Some remained in Bombay, others went to Calcutta by way of Bombay; tor, since the railroad lias been opened across the length of the Indian Peninsula, it is no lon ger necessary to double the point of Ceylon. Among the passengers were many civil and military officers. Some belonged to the Eng lish army, properly speaking; others to the Indian and Sepoy troops. Tne Red Sea is very capricious, and often stormy—as are all long narrow gulfs. When the wind blew from the coast of Asia, or from Africa, the Mongolia, struck by the cioss waves, rolled fearfully. But, despite the waves and storms, the steamer, propelled hv her powerful engine, moved without delay towards the straifs ot Babel-Mandel. What did Pliileas Fogg find to do all the time ? One would think that,always anxious, unquiet, he would be interested in the chang es of the wind, in ail the possibilities which could affect the steamer, and oblige her to make another port, thus compromising the voyage. Not at all If he ever thought of any rnisha s, he did not show it. He was always the same impassible gentlemau; no mistake or accident could surprise him, and he appear :d no rnoie disturbed ihau the chro nometer oil board. 11c was rarely seen on deck; not at all interested to observe this Red Sea, so rich in memories—this theatre of the first historic scenes cf humanity. He had no interest iti the curious cities scattered on its banks, whose picturesque outlines were seen at the horiz m. He did not think even ot the dangers of this Arabian gulf, of which ancient historians always spoke with tear, and upon which nav.gators never dared to venture, until they had consecrated their voyage by propitious sacrifices. But what did this original do, imprisoned on board the Mongolia? He made liis four meals a day, and no rolling or pitching could disturb'a machine so marvellously organized; then he played whist; yes! he had found some part ners as earnest as himself. A collector who was returning to bis post at Goa, a minister, the Rev. Decidemus Smith, going back to Bombay, and a brigadier general of the Eng lish army, rejoining his troops at Benares. These three gentlemen had the same passion for whist as Mr. Foggt and til v played dur ing long hours as silently as he. The next day after the departure from Suez, the twenty-ninth of October, Passepar tout encounteied on deck the obliging person to whom he had hrst spoken on African soil. “I am not deceived,'' he said, approaching Fix with his most amiable smile, “It is you, who so kindly aided me at Suez? ’ “To he sure,'’ replied the detective. “You arc the servant of that English original ?” “Precisely—Monsieur ?’ “Fix.” monsieur i' ix, repueu 1'assepai tout, L am happy to fiiul you on board, and where are you going?” “As you—to Bombay.” “That isgo.d! Have you ever made this voyage ? ’ “Many times. I am au agent of the Pen insular Company.” “Then you are familiar with India?” “ Veil—yes,” answered Fix, who did not care to commit himself. “Is India remarkable?” “Very! with its mosques, minarets, pago das, temples, fakirs, tigers, serpents, baya deres! But I hope you will have time to see the country.” "I hope so, Monsieur Fix; you understand, a man of sound mind cannot pass his lile in jumping from railroad to steamer, under pre text ot making the tour of the world in eighty days. No, all these gymnastics will stop at Bombay—I am sure of it.” “Your master is in good heallh?” asked Fix in a natural tone. “Very well—myself also. I eat like an ogre who has been fasting; it is the sea-air.” “And your master? I never see him on deck.” “Never, my master is not curious.” “Do you know, Passepartout, this pretend ed voyage might hide some secret mission ‘‘ a diplomatic mission, for example.” “Upon my word, Monsieur Fix, I know nothing, I tell you. Besides, I would not give half a crown to know it ’’ After this conversation, Pa«separtout and Fix often met; the detective wished to make a friend of the servant of Phileas Fogg; it might be of service to him hereafter. Meau while, the steamer made rapid ad vance. On the 13th, they saw Mocha, sur rounded by ruined walls;' beyond, ro-e some green palm trees; farther in the distance among the mountains, one could see vast fields of coffee. During the night the Mongo lia passed into the straits of babel Mandel, which in Artie signifies ‘the door of tears;’ and the next day, the 14th, they touched Steamer Point, to the northwest ot the road stead of Arden. Tne Mongolia had yet 1850 miles to run before reaching Bombay, aud they must remain four lxours, to take in coal. But this delay could not interfere with the programme of Mr. Fogg Besides the Mon golia entered port fifteen hours in advance of time. Mr. Fogg and his Servant lauded; he wish ed to have ois passport vised. Fix followed him without being seen. The. tormali'y ac complished, Mr. Fogg returned on board, and resumed his interrupted game. Passepartout loitered according to his habit—in the midst of a population of Sotnaulis, Banians, Par sees, Jews, Arabs and Eu.upturns, who com pr se the 25,000 inhabitants of Aden. He admired the fortification which makes this city the Gibralter of the Indian Sea; and the magnificent cisterns upon which English en gineers wrought two thousand years ; fter the engineers of King Solomon. “Very curious, very curious.'' said Passepar tout, returning oil board. “It is not useless to travel, if one wishes to see something new.’’ At six o'clock in the evening the Mongolia passed out of the roadstead of Arden, and soon ran into the Indian Sea. 168 hours were allotved to make the voyage from Arden to Bombay; the Sea was favorable, the wind held to the northwest, and the sails aided llie steam. The steamer, better ballasted, rolled less; and lady passengers, in fresh toilets, re appeared on deck; singing and dancing com menced again. The voyage was successful. Passepartout was enchanted with the amia ble companion chance had sent him in the person of Fix. Sunday, near midday, they siguajled the Indian eoa»t. Two hours later ' the pilot went on board, and at half past four they reached the quay in Bombay. Phileas Fogg had just finished thf thirty-third rubber °u>tbeday' Partner an,l lie, with admlr able skill, had made the thirteen tricks, thus ending this beautiful voyage bv an admirable helm. The Mongolia arrived in advance of time, and Phileas Fogg added two days to the column of gains in his daily journal siuce In's departure from London. CHAPTER X. vcnertTrUis 'F'0™11 tilal Iu,1!a> tUc great iu the Doint tnS,u WlU‘ its base to u"~' north and mense country *TU?y StMn^a Governor General at Calcutta, Bombay r . and a Lieutenant G -vernor aV A^ra** sP ’ 1756 when the first Engbsh Snv w™ founded upon the site occupied to-dsv t,7i city of Madras, to the grta* SeooJ the tion, the celebrated Ea-t Imli-i ^,,l 8urrec' held all the power—civil and milit >l v .777 present all the English possessions in 7nl at are directly under the rule of it, Indla Thus the aspects, manners c,°,( ,be ,cro'vn tend to change every Jw’ * to,,lf5 of races, traveled by the most antiam7mCr!y tUe> loot, on horses, in »alaiw»ni7Ue 1 ou ofme„,&c.,*e. 7ow 7 "“’ 7 ,bp ba(>ks on the Ganges, md the tr,a- ste2ulP1's r"" road, whic^c^ India n’a7dit.th.e 't puts Bombay three ,lavs Innrnel 7i "'P'' Calcutta. The road-bed does ^not follow™ straight line across India; the air line dis tance is only 1,110 miles, and trains could easily make ibe distance in three days ; hut it adds at least a third by the turn which it makes going to Allahabad, in the north ot the peninsula. . . , Xt was halt'past lour in the evening wheu j the passengers left the stemier: the train for , Calcutta would leavo at eight o clock precise- j Iv Phileas Fogg took leave of his friends, left the steam r, gave tiis servant a list of purchases to make, and expressly enjoined him to be at the station before eight. Then with regular step-, which beat the second like an astronomical clock, he went to 1he Consular Bureau, lie had no interest in the wonders of Bombay, its city ball, magnifi cent library, its forts, docks, cotton markets, bazars, mosques, synagogues, Armenian churches, or its splendid pagoda on Malabar I Hill, ornamented wiili two polygon towers. No; returning from the Bureau of the Con sul, Mr. Fogg went quietly to ihe station and ordered his dinner. Some moments after Mr. Fogg went on shore, Fix followed, ami went directly to the officer ot police at Bombay. He introduced himselt as an agent ot the police, made known tile mission lie was charged with, and bis re- ■ lation-i with the presumed author of the tliett. I “Had they received any warrant from Lon- ; don?” None had been received—the war-, rant, having been sent after Mr. Fogg, could i not have arrived. Fix was disconcerted, i ami wished to obtain from the director of i police an order of arrest, The agent refused; ] the affair belonged to the metropolitan ad- 1 ministration—tiiat alone could legally deliver tire warrant. This severity of principle, this j rigoious observance of law, is consistent with English custom, which, in maud's of individ ual liberty, allows nothing arbitrary. Fix did not insist, he understood that lie must be content to wait for his warrant, but he re solved not to lose sight of his impenetrable rogue a 1 the time he remained in Bombay— for he did not doubt that I’hilea* Fogg would remain in Bombay, and we know it was also the conviction ot Passepartout, a time suffi cient tor the arrival of the warrant. But after the last orders that his master had given him on leaving the Mongolia. Pas separtout understood, that it would be the same at Bombay, as at Suez and Paris; that they would go to Calcutta, perhaps farther; ana lie began to ask himself if this bet of his master's was not after all serious; and if Fate did not compel him, hint who wished to live in repose—to make the tour ot ttie world in eighty days. While waiting, and altei mak ing his purchases ot shirts and socks, lie ex plored the streets of Bombay. They were crowded with Europeans of all nationalities, Persians, Scinds, Parsees and Armenians. They were celebrating the Parsee feast, a kind ol religious carnival, witli processions, flow ers, and the music of the tomtom and the viol. The Parse s are the direct followers of Zoroaster, the most civilized, intelligent and austere of the Hindoos; their merchants are the richest in Bombay. Passepartoat watch ed all these strange observances with grea1 in terest; but, unfortunately for him and liis master, he risked compromising the voyage, for liis curiosity led him farther than lie thought. He was ignorant, of two things: fir t, that the entrance to certain of the In dian Pagodas is formally inlerdieted to Euro peans—second, that believers themse.ves can not cross tlia thresho'd without eaving their sandals at the door. From motives of sound policy, the English government respects, in the most insignificant details, the religion of the country; and punishes severely whoever violates its practices. Having seen the Parsee carnival, Passepar tout turned towards the station; passing be fore the splendid Pagoda of Malabar Hill, lie had tlie unfortunate desire to visit it; enter ed, without thinking anything wrong, as a simple tourist. He was admiring its interior, the dazzling glitter ot the Hindoo ornaments, when suddenly he was thrown down upon the sacred stones; the priests with fierce ges tures throw themselves upoti him, drew off liis shoes and stockings, and commenced to heat him unmercifully. The vigorous and agile Frenchmen raised himself quickly, and with a blow from bis fist and one from his foot, threw down two of the priests, entin gled in tbeir long robes; and with all speed rushed out of the pagoda, and soon distanced tlie third, who followed liis track exciting the crowd against him. At five minutes of eight, just before tlie tiain left, without hat, barefooted, having lost bis packet of purchases in tlie struggle, Passepartout reached the station of the Great Indian Peninsular Railway. Fix was at the station; he had followed Mr. Fogg and was folly aware that his rogue would leaic Bom bay: his mind was soon made up to fofiow liim to Calcutta, and farther if he must. Pas separtout did not see Fix, who kept himself out ot sight, but heard all the story of his ad ventures, which the servant narrated to liis master. ‘T hope it will not happen again,’'said Mr. Fogg quietly, and took liis seat in one of the cars of the train. Tlie poor youth, barefoot and disconsolate, followed his master without a word. Fix entered another car, when a sudden thought changed his plan—‘‘No. I remain 1 A misdemeanor on Indian Territory, I hold him.” At this moment the locomotive gave a sharp whistle, and the train disappeared in the night. [to be continued,] WING. & SON’S PIANOS! 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It i* »|iec Lilly adapted to constitutions “worn down-’ and debilitated by the warm weather of Spring and Summer, when tlie blood is not inactive circulation, consequently gathering Impurities from i-iLggishneBS and im|»erfect action of the secretiv, organs, and is manifested by Tumors, Eruptionse %ir£es’ Pustules, Scrofula Arc.. &c. •imi riMin Wr®ry ®“d languid from over work nfenervv™YWzhiess amllnmia take tlie place it SS h'.i sy8,ein nee(is »tonic to build eratlve power. ^ 'ltal Forces t0 re8ain lheir recup heat wf Hammer, frequently the Liver fhe'tfhlHTie anp°nrirnJPerlyr.Perfor"1 tllcir functions; the Uterine and Urinary Organa ate Inactive, pro ducing weakiie.-s of the stomach anti intestines and a predisi»ositiOD to bilious derangeme.it. Dr. WELLS’ EXTRACT OF JURUBEBA i* prepared directly from the SOUTH AMERI CAN PLANT, and is peculiarly suited to all these difficulties; it will cleanse the VITI ATED BLOOD, strengthen ibe LIFE-GIVING POWERS, and RE MOVE* 4*L otvstr nor IONS from IMPAIRED AND ENFEEBLED Organs. It wbould be freely taken, rk Jurubeba ts pro nounced by medical writers the most efficient PURIFIER, TONIC and DEOBSTRUENT known in the whole rauge of medicinal plants. JOHN Q. KELLOGG, 18 Platt St., New York, Sole Agent for the united States. Price One Dollar per Bottle. Send for Circular Juno 4wt MISCELLANEOUS. agents are meeting witn unprecedented success, Ad dress, stating experience, e*c., and we will show you what our agents are doing, NATIONAL PUBLISH ING CO. Pliila., Pa. junll 4wt AGENTS’profits per week. Will prove •Uvr it or forfeit $500. New article just pat tented. Sample* sent free to all. Address W. H. CHIDES TER, 'ZH1 Broadway, New York, jnlltlw The New Family Machine. .... ...» LOCK ITITCH. •Awarded ' The Highest rmims (The Medal) At AMESIOAH 1 IITSTITETE I yttj ft The NECOK is simpler, better made and more manly finiRlied thru any other machine. Sews every thing, and is always ready; nocliange of tension re quired in sewing from light to heavy work. Airnis wiialeil. (Set the latest and best. Send for Circular THE SEC'OR NEYVINB 91 (CHINE tO. junl2 C9I Broadway New York. t4w A BENTS WANTED in every county for a new national book, “Lives and Portraits of the Presidents,** with 19 fine steel engravings. Send for descriptive circular. JOHNS N, WILSON & CO., 27 Beckman St., N. Y. jul3d4w* A MAN OF A THOUSAND^ A CONSUMPTIVE CURED. DR. II. JA .VIES, a retired Physician, (and by nature a ehemist,) discovered, while in the East Indies, a certain cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bron chitis, and General Debility, when his only child, a daughter was jjiven up to die. His child was cur ed, and i« now ailve and well. Desirous of b< netit ting humanity, he will send the recipe, containing full directions for making this remedy, free, on re ceipt of two stamps to pay expences. There is not a single symptom of Consumption that it does not at once take hold of anti dissipate. Night Sweat. Peev ishness. Irritation ofthe Nerves. Failure of Memory, Difficult Expectoration, Sharp Pains, in the Lungs, Sore Throat, Chilly Sensations, Nausea at the Stomach, Inaction ot the Bowels, and Wasting away jf the Muscles. Address CRADDOCK & CO., 1,032 Race St., Philadelphia, Pa. giving the name ot this paper. junl6t4w I GOUT and RHEUMATISM* THE excruciating pain of Gout and Rheumatism, relieved in two hours, and cured in a tew days, by the celebrated Englisn Medicine, Blair’s Gout and Rheumatic Fills. They require neither attention or confinement ot any kind and are certain to prevent the disease at tacking any vital parts. PREPARED BY PROUT & HARSANT LONDON, ENGLAND, and sold by all Drnggists. nov20 eodlyr WHITE, CLEAN, SOUND TEETH! ALL MAY HAVE BY USING DAILY THURSTON’8 Ivory Pearl Tooth Powder no20 Price, 25 anti 50 Cents per bottle, eodlyr Beautiful, Soft, Glossy Hair ALL DESIRE IT, ALL Mt> Y HAVE IT by constant use )f THOMPSON’S POMADE OPTIME no20 Price, 25 ami 50 Cents p i Bottle. codlyT LIGHT COLORED KID GLOVES ARE VERY STYLISH WHEN NOT SOILED. JOUYEN’S INODOROUS Kid Glove Cleaner will renovate them thoroughly. Price 25 cents bottle. All sold by Druggists and Fancy Dealers F. WELLS & CO., Sew York, Wholesale Agents. no20 eodlyr Union Ticket Office. RATES LOWERTHAN EVER. We have made arrangements and can now ticket passengers to 4.11 Point* Weal, North-West, South and Month-Went. Man Francisco. Kan*a* City, Mt. Paul, New Orleans, and all points in Florida, via all the first-class Rail-Roads—Penn. Central, Lake Shore and Michigan Southern, Baltimore and Ohio, Erie, Great Wester* and Michigan Central. 36 HOURS BOSTON TO CHICAGO. Pullman Car* on all Through Trains. (SPIT* Passengers who wish to travel without deten tion. and with ease and comfort, will find the above routes very desirable. Continuous Trains, No Changes, Courteous Em ployees, Unusual Facilities for Meals at Seasonable Hours. Tickets to New York via Sound Lines (State Rooms secured at this office), Fall River, Stonlngton and Norwich. All Rail Routes—Shore Line (via Piovi dence). and Boston and Albany. Tickets to Boston via Eastern, Boston and Maine, Portland and Roch ester, and Boston Boats. Merchants going to Boston and New York, will save the time usually experienced at the depots by purchasing tlieir tickets at this office. Call and ex amine our time tables, maps, etc., and be convinced that we represent all the best roads running West. BOIaIaINM A ADA JIN. Agent*, mrl3-tf No. 1 Exchange Street, Portland, Me. Providence Wringer. Moulton »» *'5T* r ROLLS,1! Most Durable; Double Spinal COGS,] Easiest Working; Adjustable Curved CLAMP. Holds - Firmest. PROVIDENCE TOOL CO., Providence, R. I. J. II. WORK, Agent, 44 Broad street, Boston, mass. junll deow ladTesT Madam Healy s Uterine Tonic Pill are now ready fer the general public. The many who have tried them will ueed no other notice. They are an invaluable remedy for All Uterine Diseases. They cure PROLAPSUS UTERI, give tone to the muscles, and lift the organ into its proper position, and keep it there. They speedily cure Leucorhcea, Dysmenorrhcea and Menorrhagia. They are a spe cific for Stangury, a diuretie in Gravel They pro mote sleep, allay nervous excitabilitv. Remove ster ility, and all female weaknesses. They are purely vegetable, pleasant to the taste, free from opiates ami all injurious oroperties. Madam Heal'*s Pamphlet for Women is interesting and valuable. Sent free upon receipt of stamp for return postage, or can be fbundat Weeks* Potter’s, 176 Trcniont St, BOSTON. MADAM HEALV’S LOTION, for ulceration and Inflammation accompanies each hex oi Pills. Price of Pills and Lotion, 81.25 per box, or J6.(,0 a half dozen. Address all business let ters to Mariam Healy, Box 337, Station A, Boston. For sale by WEEKS & POTTER, Boston, and all Druggists. ap4,1ly THE Maine State Agricnltnral Society will hold its 11TH, EXHIBITION AT BANCOR, September Jfb 17,18 & 1^> «»-Over ignooo, in premiums are oflered. mar22__16m . NOTICE is hereby given, that the subscriber has been duly appointed and taken upon liimsell the trust of Administrator of the estate of JOHN TAYLOR GILMAN DAVEIS, late of Port land, In the county of Cumberland, deceased, and given bonds as the law diroets. All persons taving demands upon the estate 01 said deceased are required to exhibit tlie same; and all persons indebted to Bald estate we called upon to make payment to EDWARD H. DAVEIS, Administrator. Portland, May 29tb, 1873. julKUaw3wW | RAILROADS. EASTERN RAILROAD. PORTLAND DIVISION. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, COMMENCING MONDAY, JUNE 16th. Passenger trains leave Portland Jal for Portsmouth end Boston, (Snn t~«-' excepted) at *1.30 A. M. t6.'5 A. M M., 0.10 A. M., 113.40 P. M., t 6.25 P. A* mTi ■P«>p11\?‘r ,fll1I'-l5!,lnuth »»•'! Portland at 113.30 112.57 P.M„ M.4U P.M.. H8.00 P. m" , ^"p3® ,A‘ M > in^allw P ^ ***** “ijS; return •Pulhuan sleeping car express tram. N it ti.i. train runs Sunday Morning, dot a nut run morning. u,li**y ♦Accommodation train. ilFasi Express. tSr"The Pullman Sleeping Car Express Train ar rives at and departs from the Depot of the Maine Central Railroad, in Portland. N. B. The 6.15 A. !U., 9.10 A. M*, and 3.40, P. M. trains from Portland, make close connections to New York by one or other of the routes from Boston. Passengers ticketed tbroneh bv either route. J. PRESCOT T. Supt. GEO. BACHELDER, General Agent, Portland. JulO__dtf PORTLAND & ROCHESTER RAILROAD. Hummer Arrangement. June 9, 1873 Passenger trains leave Portland for Rochester and intermediate stations at 7.45 A. M., and 1.30 P. M.. making direct connection at Rochester with trains for Boston, over Boston & Maine and Eastern Railroads. Also connect at Rochester with Dover and Winnipiseogee Railroad for Alton Bay, and with Portsmouth, Great Falls and Conway Railroad tor Conway. Leave Rochester for Portland and way stations at 6.15 A. M. and 12 M. The 12 o'clock train making direct connection at Rochester with trains from Boston, leaving Boston at 8.30, A. M., via boston & Maine, and Eastern Railroads. Leave Portland for Gorham at 4.00 P. M. Leave Gorham for Portland at 4.-15 P. M. Leave Portland for Saco River a* 6.20 P. M. Leave Saco River for Portland at 5.30 A. M. Stages connect as follows: At Gorham for West Gorham StandiBh, and No. Limington, daily. At Buxton Centre for West Buxton, Bonny Eagle and Limington .daily. At Ceutre Waterboro’ for Limerick, Newfield, Par sonstield and Ossij*ee, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat urdays, returning alternate days. At Centre Waterboro* for Limerick, Parsonsfield, daily. WILLIAM H. TURNER, Superintendent. jun3-tc BOSTON & MAINE RAILROAD. Summer Arrangement. MAT S. 1573. Passenger trains leave Portland from f^J»tl.eir station, Walker House,Commercial street. For Boston *6.00, *9.00 A. M., t3.30, t6.15 P. M. Returning, leave Boston at f8.30 A. M., *12.30 *3.30 and t6.0u P. M. For Rochester and Alton Bay *6.00, *9.00 A. M. and t3.3‘»P. M. For Manchester and Concord via C. & P. R. R. Junction *6.00 A. M., 15.30 P. M. For Milton and Union *9.00 A. M. and t3.30 P. M. For Scarboro*, Old Orchard Beach, Saco, Biddefoid and Kennebunk at *.».10 P. M. Returnm®, leave , Kennebunk at *7.30 P M The *9.00 A. M. train connects at Lawrence with trains for Lowell, Manchester and Concord and all points Noith. Pass ugers ticketed throuvli by either route. Trains stop at Exeter 10 minutes tor refreshments at first class Dining Rooms. Freight trains between Portland and Boston daily. ! Freight received at Portland <Xc Ogdensburg R. R. ; Freight station until 4 P. M. Portland & Og'ienjburg R. R. passenger trains ar- ! rive at and depart from this station. ♦Accommodation. tFast Express. •IAS. T. FURBER, Gen. Supt., Boston, _EAYSON TUCKER, General Agent, Portland. Boston, May 5,1873. mv5dtf KNOX & LINCOLN RAILROAD. Ffi^SnTQ?S3SSB/<Diifectr®ilrouteto Wiscaaset. New ■f^!f5|Caatle, Damariacotta, Waldoboro Wurrcn anil Rockland. ,. No change of cars between Portland and Rockland. Steamers leave Rockland for all points on the Pe nobscot river, Machias, Mount Desert Vinal Haven. Hurricane and Dix Islands. Leave Maino Central Dei>ot, at 7.00 a. and 1.00 P. M. Stages connect at Rockland, for Camden, Lincora vil e, North port. South Thorraston and St. George, daily. At Rockland for Union, Appleton and Wash ington. Tuesdays, Thursdays aud Saturdays. At Tuomaston tor St. George dally. At Warren for Union, dally. At Warren for Jetlerson and Whitetield, Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays. At Wa.doboro’ for North Waldoboro’, Washington, and Liberty daily. 5 ’ At New Castle for Bristol and Pemaquid, daily. Freight Traiusdaily anil freight taken at low rates. .iv2«<ltf _C. A. COOMBS. Sup’t. PORTLAND & OGDENSBURG R.~R^ CHANGE OW TIME. _ On and after Monday, June 9th, and PvTfff^ffffSuntil further notice, trains will run follows: Passenger. Leave Portland, 12.30 P. M., 6.15 P. M. Leave N. Conway, 6.20 A. M., I.C0 P. M. Stages for ‘ ornish, Porter, Kezar Palls, Freedom, Denmark. Bridgton, Lovell and North Lovell connect with 12.30 P. M. from Portland. Steamer Sebagofor Naples, Bridgton, Harrison and Nonh Waterford connects at Sebago Lake with 12.30 P. M. from Portl nd. The 6.20 A. Mt from No. Conway connects in Pore land with trains for Boston, aniving there in season for all lines to New York via Sound Steamers or land routes; and the 1.00 P. M. connects with trains to Boston which arrive in time for Shore Line or Springfield route night expresses to Ntw York; also with Steamers of Portland Steam Packet Co. for Bos ton, aniving next morning >n season tor all early trains South and West. Ticket Office at Boston & Maine R. R. Station in Portland, where all trains arrive and depart. Freight trains leave Pori land at 6.15 A. M. “ “ “ No. Conway at 12.2U P. M. J. HAMILTON, Superintendent. Portland, June 6.1873. j a7ti MAINE CENTRAL RAILROAD. Spring Arrangement, Commencing Hay 5* 187«" a ____ Trains leave Portland for Bangor, Houltcn, Calais and St. John at 12:15 111 • (keeping and day ears on this tram.) For Balh, Lewiston, Rockland and Augusta at 7:00 a. m. For Bath, Lewiston, Rockland, Augusta,Readfield, Wlnt hrop, Skowhegan, Belfast, Bangor, St. John and Halifax at 1:02 p. m. For Lewiston, Bath and Angnsta at 5.30 p. m For Lewiston via Danville at 5:25 p. m. Trains are Dne at Portlaad. From Augusta,. BatJb and Lewiston at 8:55 a. tn. From St. John, Bangor, and North and E ist at 3:40 p. m. From Augusta and Lewiston at 6:20 p. m. From St. John Bangor, &c., at 1:20 a. m. Through Tickets are sold in Portland and baggage checked through to Houlton, Calais, St. John, Hali fax, Dover, Foxeroft, Rook laud, &c. L. L. LINCOLN, Actiug Superintendent. Augusta. May 5. 1873._ mvl2tf GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY’ OF CANADA. ALTERATION OF TRAIN*. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. g-rajaaa°° aml after Monday, Nov. 1th _efs=^s^s^HTraln8 wU1 run “ follows: Passenger train for South Paris at ~ i.30 A. M.; for Island Pond, Quebec, Montreal, and the west at 1.30 P. M. Stopping at all stations. Mull train (stopping at all stations) for Island Poud. connecting with night mail train for Quebec, Montreal and the West. Accommodation for South Paris and intermediate stations at 5.00 P. M. From Montreal, Quehee, Island .Pond. Gorham and South Paris at 2,50 P. M. From So. Paris at 8. 20 A. M. Passenger Offices, 74 EXCHANGE ST. — AND — DEPOT AT FOOT OF INDIA ST* Tickets sold at Reduced Rates! To Canada, Octroi'. C hicago, IHilwnu; “**• Eiaciuaati, St. l,oni., Omhn, Sagmntr, St Paul, Salt Lake City, Denver, San Francisco, and aH points in the Northwest, West and * Southwest^ J. C. FURNIVAL, Agt. ^,A"IUNK RAILWAY is in splendit condition, is well equipped with first-clans rolling stock, and is making the best connections and quick e8t .7. »nv route from Portland to the West. a PALACE drawing room trains KEEPING CARS attached to all through rJ* 8&aSe checked from Portland to Detroit and Chicago, and not subject to Custom House examina tion. The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding $50 in value (and that person al) unless notice is given, and paid for at the rate of oue passenger tor every $500 additional value. G- J- BRYDGES, Managing Director. _ . H. BAILEY, Local Suprentendent. Portland. March 5, 1873. tf The Old Union Passenger Ticket Agency! Is row as heretofore at NO. 491-3 EXCHANGE STREET, — WHERE — TRAVELERS FOR CALIFORNIA And the Went. South mid Northwest, may procure Through Tickets at The lowest rates, via the Michi gan Central and Great Western (via Suspension Bridge) Pennsylvania Central (via New York city), Chicago. Burllii toil & Qulncv, or Rock IsiRnd, Chi cago <S North Western, and all the principal and fa vorite routes to the Pacific Coast and all other points. For Tickets apply to the Old Agency -f W. D. EITTLE V CO., 49 1-9 EXCHANGE STREET. jan30d3wistostf Dissolution ot Copartnership. N°Zl(lL}.\bwhy Kiy™ that the copartnership Rnnrnd?Sw>extot n,t "nder the firm name of Sam cenaont 8 * Sons, is this day dissolvetl by niutua SAMUEL ROUNDS, GEO. II. ROUNDS. CHAS. F. ROUNDS. Copartnership Notice. THE undersigned have this day formed a copart nerghlp under the Arm name ni Rounds, Sar gent & Co., and will continue the business of dealers Ik Coal & Wood, at the old stand of Samuel Round*, Sons, No. 36 Commercial Street They will settle all <’3mand8 ol the late firm oi Samuel Rounds <& Sons. SAMUEL ROUNDS, GEO. H. ROUNDS. EDWARD H. SARGENT, aprff dtf 1 _MISCELLANEOUS. TIME IS MONEY, ECONOMY IS WEALTH STEAM ■X CO * O O cc CO CO > 7s m 30 -< 79 BRACKETT STREET, PORTLAND, which lwianbe08oWrfnw1fo,rhceiJ,hr8e*t a,,or,nient of Bread, Crackers, Cakes and Pastry of every description, tlsedln ht's drcu'lir1' AIto voV wilMn'p at BH<*>KS' BAKERV and purchasing snch articles aa are adver Strive to pleaw 5 wi“ fln,fa «'** assortment of every thing usually found in a Bakery. Motto: HOT TEA ROLLS, every day at 5 P. M„ Saturdays excepted. HOT BROWN BREAD, every morning, Sundays included FRESH BAKED BEANS, every Sunday morning, in lots to suit purchasers. FLOUR* FLOUR! FLOUR! The best brands of Family Flour constantly on band, by the barrel or sack, which is ottered low for cash N. B.—All goods delivered free in any 1 ait of the city. ^"■Premiums awarded at the State Pair, 1*68, at the New England Fair, 1*6!), at the Cumberland Couutv Fair, 1871. 1 junlOdtf GKO. \V. II. BROOKS Has been before the American pnbhc OVER THIRTY years. It has never yet failed to give perfect satisfaction, and has justly been styled the panacea for all ex ternal Wounds, Cuts, Burns, Swellings, Sprains, Bruises, &c., &c., for Man and Beast. No family should be a single day without this Liniment. The money re funded unless tho Liniment is as repre sented. Bo sure and pet the genuine MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT. Sold by ail Druggists and Country Stores, at 2oc., 60c. and $1 00 per Bottle. Notice style, size of bottle. &c. Extract of Roots and Herbs which almost iuvaria ably cure the following complaints:— Dy*pep*ia, Heart Burn. Liver Complaints, and Loss of Appetite cured by taking a lew bottles. LaKNitutle, Low Spirits, and Sinking Sensation cured at once. Eruption*, Pimples, Blotches and all impurties of the blood, bursting thn ugh the skin or otherwise, cured readily by following the dire< ti >ns on the bottle For Kidney, Bladder and Urinary derange ments it lias no equal; one bottle will convince the most sceptical. Worm*, expelled from the system without the least difficulty; a few bottles are sufficient for the most obstinate case. Pile*: one bottle has cured the most difficult case when all other remedies faile l. 'Ncrvou* Difficulties, Neuralgia, Headache, &c., eat.ed immediately. Rheumatinm, Swelled Joints, ami all Scrofular Afflictions removed or greatly relieved by this inval- , uable medicine. Bronchitia.Catarrh, Convulsions, and Hysterics cured or much relieved. Difficult Breathing, Pain in the Lungs, Side , anvl Chest almost i variably cured by taking a few i bottles of the Quaker I itters. Female Difficulties, so prevalent among j Am rican ladies, yield readily to this invaluable med icin the Quaker Bitters. Billion*, Remittani and Intermittant Fevers, so j prevalent in many parts of our country, completely ! eradicated by tbe use of the Quaker Bitters The Aged find in the Quaker Bitters just th article they land in need of in th ir declining j ears. ’ It quickens the h ood and cheers the mind, and paves | the passage down the plane inclined. No Ouc can remain long unwell (unless afflicte with an Incurable di-ease,) after taking a few botile ■ of the Quaker Bitters. Sold by all Druggi*u and Dealer* la Jlediclne*. — PREPARED BY T)Jl. H. S. FLINT Sc CO., i At tneir Great Medica Depot 195 aud 197 Broad ; treet, Providence, R. I. SOLD AT WHOLESALE BY W. F. Phillips & Co. & J.W. Perkins & Co mbl7 PORTLAND. e(Xl«Swl4wl2 CAN BE- CURED. DR. GRATES’ Heart Regulatoi will CURE ANT CASE OF HEART DISEASE Although given up by the best Physicians. We do not hesitate to • av it will cure tbe follow Ing symptoms, though most of them have been declared incurable: Palpitation, Enlargement, Spasms, Ossification or Bony Formation of the Hearty Pheumatism, General Debility, Water about the Heart, Sinking or the Spiritsy Pains in the Side or Chest, JHzzin ss, Sluggish Circulation of the blood, and Momentary Stoppage of the Action ot the Heart. Onr agent, on application, will furnish you wit our circular, giving full description of the disease, ami also a number ol testimonials of ernes; aud ii vou would like further proof from tbe parties who have given the testimonials, write them and see what the.v say. We have sold many thousand bottles of the Heart Regulator, and Ihe demand is still Increasing We are coulldeut we are doing the public a beuetif, and not tryiug to impose on them a worthless prepara tion. The price of t Heart Regulator is One Dol lar per Bottle, ~d can be obtained of any ciruggis in Portland. m. rn J, UL PEBHhW A CO. WHOLESALE AGENT8, so Commercial Hired Portland. ja»13 deortttwly-wr, HAGAN’S ifiir Magnolia Balm A FEW APPLICATIONS MAKE A Pure Blooming Complexion. It is Purely Vegetable, and its operation is seen •nd felt at once. It does away wifch the Flushed Appearance caused by Heat, f atigue, aud Excite ment. Heals and removes all Blot* in sun Pimples, dispelling dark and unsightly spots. Drives away Tan, Freckles, and Sunburn! and by its g* title bu» powerful influence mantles the laded check with YOUTHEUL BLOOM AND BEAUTY. Bold by all Druggists and Fancy Stores. Depot ©2 Park Place. New York. ___eod2u tel JOB BBlffiXlItld ueatly executed at this office. Iron in Blood MAKES W WEAK STRONG., The Pc: :, '••tinSyrup, a Protect-. ed Solution of the Protoxide of j Iron, is so combined as to have the character of an aliment, as. easily digested and assimilated' with the blood as the simplest food. It i net eases the quantity of Nature’o Otvn Vitalizing Agent, Iron in the blood, and cures “a thousand ills,” simply by Toning up,Invigorating and Vitalizing the System. The en riched and vitalized blood per meates every part of the body, repairing damages and waste, searching out morbid secre tions, and leaving nothing for disease to feed upon. This is the secret of the won derful success of this remedy in curing Dyspepsia, Liver Com plaint, Dropsy, Chronic Diar rhoea, Boils, Nervous Affections, Chills and Fevers, Humors, Loss of Constitutional Vigor, Diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder, Female Complaints, and all diseases originating in a bad state of the blood, or ac companied by debility or a low state of the system. Being frea from Alcohol, in any form, its energizing effects arc not fol io iced by corresponding reac tion, but are permanent, infu sing strength, vigor, and new life into all parts of the system, and building up an Iron Con stitution. Thousands have been changed by the use of this remedy, from treak, sickly, suffering crea tures, to strong, healthy, and happy men and womenj and invalids cannot reasonably hes* Hate to give it a trial„ See that each bottle has PERU* V1AN SYRUP blown in the glass, Pamphlots Fro©. SETH Vi. FOWLE &. SONS, Proprietory Bio. 1 Milton Place, Roston. Sold by Druggist* generally. nol9 deoi&wly *-QjO L Do H-GooniU^5 tS BITTERS. Q "WE CKEJft 8l°0|) PuRlf^R TRADE MARK. Which has stood the tw<t (or n]nre than 50 years is acknowledged the ine(L reliable Medicine for the re .JAUNDICE, NERVOUS* COMPLAINTS, WEAK NESS OF THE STOMACH AND BOWELS, LOSS OF APPETITE COUGHS, COLDS, HEART BURN. •jlUOUS ATTACKS. COLIC, CRAMP in THE STOMACH. DIZZINESS AND r.ULLNESS OF TH E HEAD, LiV-1 ek complaints, piles, pimples, bc.ils. sour stomach, consti tutional WEAKNESS, HEAD ACHE LOWNESS OF SPIRITS, COS1TV EN ESS .1N D1G ESTION, D VS PEPSI A “I1 complaints arising ir< m an Impure state o * e Blood, or the deranged c« million of the Stomach Liver, Bowels or Kidney-.. W- This Preparat ion is purely Vegetable, containing Extracts in a highly concentrated form of Roots, Herbs and Barks—among which an* Sarsaparilla, Yellow Dock, Dandelion, Gentian, Wild Cherry. Or ange, Mandrake, Anise, Juniper Denies. *£c.—mak ing a tine Tonic alterative and Laxative Medicine, which never fails to give tone ami strength to the sys tem debilitate-1 by div^ase. A> A BLOOD PURIFI ER, GOODHUE’S BfTTKHS HAVE NO EQUAL. FLINT & GOLDTH WAIT, Proprietors, No. 21 St. Peter Street, Saiem. Mass. Sold by all Dealers in Medicines generally. mari7 . deod<&wl4w-t« ABDOJlI^fATi SIPPO KTf'RM A!VD PII.E PIPKS. Relief. Comfort and cure for Rcptcre, Fe male AV earn esses and Piles, unlike all other ap pliances known, will never rust,Umber, break, chafe, soil, nor move front place,—indt si t uctible The tine Kt el spring being coated with banl rubber, light cool cleanly, u«cd in l*ath»ig, fitted to form, universally recommended by all surgeons as the beft me hanical supports known.—Send for pamphlet.— F>tablfeh ntenfs 1317 Chestnut St., Philadelphia and 737 Broad way, New York. Complete ns or intent for sale, with careful adjustment, by F. Sweetser, L. C. ils*>n, W. W. Whipple & Co., and Thos. G. Luring, Portland. Beware cf imitations. myld3tn KUaS HOVti. * Sewing MarIiinei ANDBUTTKKICK’8 Patterns of Garments 2 pr,r MM S & WILDER 173 UrRN\rm uklk < I174k4kvv — HARD and SOFT WOOD for sale at No. <3 Un coin street. Also Dry Edgings. WM. ECU.