Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, June 1, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated June 1, 1864 Page 4
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THE MARKETS." Portland Wholesale Price* Current. A»e«. J ari v lb. % 1 »t.0 8 ippICM* b i reou ...5 00@6 60 fc > t iced *) lb.ll*»12 ' i >reu ib.11*;® 12 C £*■—- I aeored lb.u® Uo Bread. 1 .lot 100 lbs. 87 @7j d t up.6j *i i rackers per bbl.S*} «j4* t i Ackers, ^ 100 . .40 ®4uc t Utttler. C } utility ft lb.30 @34c t lore.26 ®28 *« Henna. 1'arrow bushf 3 00@32Q ) ea.300^3^0 I fL iue Pod.2 60®2 76 f .^Vaudlci. I \ ItodlWs^lb.17 @17* 3 l periu.^^V.37 ®3S \ Cheene\ * erraouti>,ib.2Q@ 2 cw..V-14®17 < . CoaHW-) ( ehigh..:«••• @13 Uo-tuut... K.ll @ Coffee. N — tvit {* O.^62 @53c ‘ 1 ip©.@ 44 l. o .4$@4S CerdaKr. i \n$ticdu |* lb.■ &i:*.«ia Lie aip.22 UfitH ' If auilla.22*@ 23) If >1 trope, liu«bia 22@28 do. Manilla. 22* ® 23 • Cement* I/rad. au. 1*xk^ 1OOB).S13014 beet ami Pipe.. l&j^loa j Linar. lookiand, cask... 1150120 l/iiin her—From yard. Hear Pine. No. 1.63b iv 4" do. No.2. .87 0 39 do. No. 8 28,0,30} •Lipping Lumber.623 026 •pruce.f 17(020 lemiock.KH012 lox SL’ks.(pine) 56 054c 'lapb’ds, 8 ext. .#14 (0,18 | do. P " ...30 032 i ihingles, (Jed. oxt 3 8704 do. “ No.1.210 3 i do. ext. Pine.4j a, 5 -aths, Spruce.... 1370150 do. Pine.1 500 225 ted Oak Staves 26 030 dol. libd. Shooks & Heads,city. 25002 02 jugar do. city 2170260 do. do. c’try.lOo0l 25 .reen Co’ysa’a 8(01 00 Country Hill'Mol. 11 hd. Shook*.. 15»@1 76 Hull.I' ll oops.$25 086 ilackuictack Tim ber, tun.10026 Mulnmn. I’ort Hioo. 9000000 Irinidad,. Oo 0 (Mi I’uba clayed.760 HO do. do.tart".. 70073 do.Muscovado" . 50.a,90 New Orleans.none fortlandSyrup.hhds <3 0 ui»i . OrUK* uud Dye*. A am lb. 64$ 6c * A .»«* .37 £ 40i ▲ row Hoot.17 £40 B >rax.40 £45 B inutonc (roll)... 6$«,♦> : B -Carb. Soda..... £9 [ B Iphar.7J£7j I B:d Soda. 4 u,5 C irnphor.1 f>o£l 70! Cream Tartar.45 £80 logwood ex.H<£17 Magnesia.32 £42 I) ligo,&'la.tiiitt.L50£250 B adder.. .18c. a 19 ; O.uura.*15 £<15 26* B tubarb.3 2 *£ A 00 hoi.2 06ft 1 70 * : iid.2 2 m«2 *• B dtpi-tre.17 \ itrlol.la £2,i UyrwoMl*. 1 irwuod.2*® I rani Wood.18 £ C aniwood.&£ 6j I ratio, Cuba.3a “ Sax an villa 2j £5 I-ypernic.o£ 0 1 ogwood, Cauipu&ch y.2 j£ St. Domingo.2} <*. 1 xtract l^ogxt'ood.l 14£ lie Wood. £ ) each “ . 4Jto 1 ed 0 . 4£6 k apan “ . £ Cuercltron Bark... 1)2 hed Sander*.7 £10 Hack. l;areus. £ 75c 1 ortland, No. 3. £125 “ No. 10.. £83 Nayy.S’r, No. 8 £1 24 “ " No. 10 82 £00g Flak. C od large f*qnt*5 75g62r>; " small.6 009 5 60* Pollock.3 75 £4 50 Haddock,.2 60 Hake,.2 25 £2 60 Jierring,.Shore*>bl.4 50£5 do. Labrador . none. ' do. 8caled*|*’bx 4h£4rH do. No. 1.»>£35 Mackerel bbl., ttagdaliu* . 18 0,25 Bay No. 1 *17V»£i*0O Bay No. 2 ...1360£14 0 Bay No. 3. tiono UOiB @ TO Kails. Cask..#7 O0@7 60 Naval Stares. rar(foreign)4> bbl.#31@31 Pitch (Coal far).. #3j@ 68 Koain.44 @44h rarpentine^gai. 3 50@360 t>n li uiu. American.Ill @13 Oil. Portland Kerosene llJuminal’g Oil. 70® 75 Sperm Winter. -2 12a220 Whale,ref. Wint 1 8o@l 36 Grand bank ami bay Chaleur. #33 ® 35 Shore.32 @32 Linseed.#108 @1 70 boiled.1 73®1 75 Lard Oil.Id0@l 36 Olive Oil.216@230 Cantor Oil.246@260 Nests foot Oil... .126@1 35 Onions — Bermuda plb.0&@09 pbush.#0 0U@V 00 Paints. P‘tPdLead.inoll#lSr/i@17 Cumberland L’d,lS@16 60 Pure Dry Lead 17 a-lH French Zinc, ‘01CG@<»U00 Amer. Ziuc, “ lOOOalSOO Rochelle Yellow.. 4 % 4i Eng. Veo. Rod-31% 4} Litharge. @18 Red Lead . @13 Piaste. . Per ton boil. @300 Liard. @300 Ground..700@7 60 Provisions. Ch’go Mesa beef.*18 @181 Portland do. .18 5h@l900 P il’d eat. do. 2100@2160 Pork, eatra clear.3i @32 Pork, clear. SO @ 81 Pork, mesa.. 28 60 (629 0 Pork. Prime-26 to@27 Round ilogn. none. tiamH.none City Smok’d Ham«17i®18 Produce. Beef p qu’r t* lb 11 @14 fSgn, ^ doz.20 @21 Potatoes, pbbl.f 3 0®326 Chickens. .22% 26 Lamb..:.10® 14 Turkten.22 @26 ! Geese.. none ou »re No. 1 “ “ 2 .1805*1360 Frail* AIiuuuub—Jordan l> lb, Bolt Shell.7A v$'^c Shelled.42§4fc Currant*....22 a, 23 Citron, uew.38 $4" Pea Nut# .... S3 55$3 75 Fig#, common.... 3) $31 Now Klt-me.. ($2* Lemons,p box S400$05j Jrangee—box. S7 00*750 Ramin#, Bunch p box. 4 6A$4 76 Lr-^r.4 75*6% L>+ 9.14$16c Prune# now.19 $ 20 Flour-—Portland tu#p. 8uperline .... S7 60$ ,6 Fancy.8 00m 2** Extra ..8 00 $8 37 Lou Mo Extra .8 75 $9 25 Extra Superior9 2.>«10 00 Western extra# 8 00$« 60 Ohio extra. .. .8 6‘>$8 76 Canada No 1 8 2'.q^8 60 StLouiaFavBrnd* 10*11J South'n Ill.do.1500$T*f0 Pat&pscoFamily 11 j $124 Corn Meal.6 M,oJ< Buckw t Fl’r S750$3 bt) Grain. Rye.1 66$1 00 Oat#. 78 $00 8outb.Yel.Corn .1 68a.l<V Corn, Mixed.... 1 &8$l)jn Barloy.110*1 2 OuupOMdtr. Blasting.$54$ 6 Rifle and Sportiug. 7* 8 Huy. Press'd f* netT.S23 $24 Looao.28 $24 btraw .S9 V CW...V 0,11 Rice. Kice p lb.11 Port"nd’dlstUledl65Sl 68 Salrratae. Salemtus p lb.8® 10 Salt. Turri Is., phtid. (8 baa.)....00gift 76 Liverpool.. 0 7615675 Cadiz.none 'Cagliari. 5 (*§575 Gr'd Batter Salt. .00 § Starch. Pearl.IGglOJ Potato.7® 74 Shat-f* 100 lbs f*[§lG Drop.• Buck. &17 Sanp. I amily do.10® No. 1.10jf 00 'Soda.Ill A 00 Oleine. n«!1 K astlie.14 toftO Crane’s. 11-® Spiers. 1 Cassia ? lb_75^,TSe Cloves.6 54 A Ginger,(Race)....45<§ 4» .Ginger, (Africa). .46 a47 Mace.1 0i* » N utmegs.146^160 (Pepper,. 46 a 47 > Pimento.66 & 36 * Sagar. * Portland A. none do. A A... 16j A HI do. Yellow... 7l7j Extra Yellow.none Muscovado.18i@184 Havana Brown. .20 n.u do. White 23a S’! New Orleans. 23 d 74 § III (If H II II <1 ^ 14 I II M. B A. Uidoa. 311* 82 Westeru.26 @ltt Slaughter Hides . t»a lOc Calf.Skinn .26@3) Calcutta Cow— I Slaughtered 19-»a-21" Green Salt.1 86a£«>> Shi'opI'ilu.Gr'n.l 70a 1 7'. flop*. First Sort, 1&63.. .2o @25 I roii. ; Common.6j@7} ** Ix^'inod .... @8 Swode.9 ^ 10 liorwav .11 c*»12 Cast Steel . 34a36 German Steel... .25 a27 ‘ English Blia.Steel.22 @23 Spring. 14 @ 17 Sheet Iron, Engl. 8 @s; Sheet Iron.Kus.wia.22 @2o 7; do. Rus im't. .16 @17 P l.nrrf. !; Barrel. V lb .15 @15j Ij Kegs, #Mb.16 @16} i/rathrr. | Kew York. light 34 do. md. wti... 86 @a7 do. heavy.8 • @36 do. slaughter 60 @ 65 2S[ er.CalfryriH 130? 1»> J Loath.® 2Waxurv.Sl,wr < runutHl.U24) Oran mated..24 a 24* Powdered.24 ®24 ] Tra«. Hyson.... 8.V®S 1 10 Young 11 y ton. 1 (KVa 112 Oolong.1 10® 1 15 do choice 115 ®1 SO Souchong.95 £110 Tobacco. S’sfclO’sbeatbr’da. 70®75c • -rJb. nii*'llum 66 aTo do. common. 60 ®66 halftts beat br’ds.7f> do. med.good.7o ®75 do. common .. 65® 76 Natural Leaf, lha . 01®1 25 Navy-pounds "...76® 80 Wood. Hard, retail ..*O5O'®10 Soft, •* .6®6 Varnish. .Furniture-$3 00® 4 00 Coach.31® 6 Datnar.2 50® 600 Wool. P’eece...65® 70 Pulled.72 ®S2c Exchange. London—00 d. 2 10®2 12 Portland Drv Hood* >Hirlci. C OTTO II OOODR. ” Inehea. Price i Heavy 8beating*.37.40 w gji Fine • " 86.3) w 371 " " «.33 In 40 “ " *3*4...411 S 471 Medium •' .87....271 ® 32, Light “ 87 22 3 23 Blurting.27 to 30 .17} ($ 22) BLKArUKD aUKKTIKU. Good Bleached sheeting.30.37 fig 40 “ . “ " 6-4.4] S u Medium " .86. 23 a. :>) Shirting.27 to 32. 18 g 22, tmiLLiae Heavy Drilling.30 371 M 42, Medium •• *.82} « *71 corroa ruvan.*. It eery Colton Flannel,. 421 at 45, Medium •• ..17} g *7 emirci> aurnrino Heavy Striped blurting ^ #i.40 g 45 •• •' " .8T.16 £ .0 Medium *• “ .— 27.271 g 821 ncaina. Medium •• S3 § 40 wneum. Heavy donble and tvrlat.671 g 751 pcaiue, Heavy Itenlina. 45 at 37. Medium •« .8.} g «7| rniBUKt am- riUM*. - Colored Cambric*.IT @ 18 Priuta, .221 £ 24 Medium ■■ .17} g 2o Mum. DeLaine*. .*0 g gi Ctlll. Ctmh.12* & IT* I BATT11I0, WAUDIHO kC. Cotton Batting,.20 @ ap Cotton Wadding.4ft @ tu* lb f Cotton Warp.90c lb Wicking, unbleached.66 @ 1<V) 44 bleached .80 @ lo0 WOOLEN GOODS. Kentucky Jeans..45 @ 70 Bafibots.6ft @ 87, Union Heltons .75 (Jy 90 All Wool do.87* @ 1 12* Black Union Caaimeree.86 @ 100 I Blank all wool Caanioicrna.1 12* @ 1 2ft Black Doeskiue.1 12* @ l 26 Fancy Dip-••kin*..112 @ 2 25 German Black Doeskin*.1 76 & 2 76 German Broadcloths .2 60 @600 Orercoatiuir, all wool 64 .260 @600 44 union 6-4.2 00 @3 00 Bepellant, 6-4. 1 76 @ 1 87| WOOL FLANNELS. Bluo Mixed Twilled Flannels. 45 @66 Scarlet “• “ .46 @65 Wno 44 44 .47* @ 67* White, plain, “ .46 @ 76 I Printed “ .46 @ 66 I DAILY PRESS STOCK LIST. For the week ending Juuo 1, 1864. COUKKCTKO BY WM. II. WOOD, Stock aud Exchange Broker, Exchange St., Portland Uescriptum. J'ar Value. Offered. A*Ud. F Government *>, 1881,. 114 116 Government 6-30 . ll»7 108 Government 73-10. 110 m State of Maine Honda. 101 ln3 Portland City Bond*,. li»8 106 Bath City Bond.-. 101 103 Baugor City Bonds, 20 years, .. 101 103 Calais City Bouds,. 101 103 Bank of Cumberland,. 40 49 60 Canal Bank,.100 166 108 International Bank, (new ).100 104$ 106$ Caaeo Bank,.100 1"8 110 Merchant*’ Bank. . 76 79 81 Manutketureru k Traders’ Bank. 60 61 63 Mechanic#’Bank..100 90 96 Portland Coimmuy,.100 65 68 IK 'land Gas Company. 60 t>0 66 ItAlpwmiie Coaapany..100 106 108 1 do. ' 'vrreuce U. It........ 82 8i Aud. & Kennv, do.. Honda,.100 90 *2 do. do. *VIt. Stock,. 100 108 112 Maine Central R H.i>^‘ud»... 100 97 98 Androscoggin U. R. Stack,. • 86 88 I do. '1st Mortgage Tton*^ he wortkleaa. Ken. & Portland R if .StoekT^toc 8& I do. do. do, Bond*, 100 | Portland A Foretf Avenue It U.ln) iCi r% - S3fi£S^*'*-3 sss* ' »SSmffS^SSS&^r"--S umz,l,or“m 4 j,- epy «...a k. Co, ** ~ 1 HUMOROUS. A Western Youth.—The St. Joseph) Mo.) Herald says that a gentleman relates that whilst passing through Andrew county, a few days ago, he heard a voice that sounded like a bugle, meirily singing— "The Union orcvor! 'r»h, boys,’rah,” "Uown with the traitor., And up with the star.! On turning the corner of a road, he discov ered a woman weeping, with a child in iter arms. Near by was a boy, who was loading on a wagon, tiiat had a pair of cows hitched to it, the last remnants of furniture that had been snatched from the fiatncs of a handsome dwelling house the night before. The boy kept singing— "We're marching to the field, boys, We're marching to the field, .Shouting tho tmitle-cry of freedom." On arriving at the place the gentleman in quired, “How did the accident happen The boy replied. “Accident? li-ll! Some men come from Kansas last night and burned dad’s house. They said he was a rebel, and it’s a d—d lie. He lias been lor the Union all the time!” And again the hoy sung— "Rally round the flag, boya, We’ll rally once a#ain." The gentleman, still more interested, said: “Don’t you really know what they burnt the house for ?” “Burnt it to restore the Union, I reckon, or because our talks owned a negro once. Bad is in lire militia, and this is what he gets for it.” “Have you no oxen to hitch to your wag on ?” “Stole ’em last night.” “What has become of your horses?” “A>-k Jim Lane: 1 reckon him or some of his strikers have got ’em posted before this In Kansas.” “But,” said the stranger, “they have to get passes to take stock over the river.” “Mister, you are not up to the way they do things in these parts. All these Kansas fel lers want is a skiff and a rope. But perhaps you may be one of them chaps, looking around for a chance.” To hear how this little fellow would answer, our friend said: “Yes, my sou, I am really from Kansas, hut I am not lookiug for plunder. II you have lost your slock, why dou't you go over the river and hunt it up ?” “No use,” said the boy; “old Jake, down there, lost his horses and went over there af ter ’em, and they put him in jail, ’cause they said he was huutlng niggers. They tell rac you fellers have stole two regiments of nig gers, and the way the horses have left these parts I expect you have taken 1 dozen ol them. But 1 don't care a d—n, onr folks are going to Illinois, aud Tm going with the sol diers.” Our friend passed on, and the boy commen ced again, singing— For we’ll rally remui the flag, boys, Kaliy once again." A Joke uv a Kebee Genkkae.—Colonel Schaller, chief of stall'to General Hiller, aud General Ould, the rebel commissioner of ex change, are the best of friends, and in their olUciai interviews are always pleasant and agreeable to each other. A couple of weeks ago they were chatting at City Point over matters aud things iu general, w lien Colonel Schatb-i picked up a map of Virginia, and glancing at it casually, it occurred to him that there was a good site for a very large city in the neighborhood of City Point, aud expressed his astonishment that it had been ovei looked ao loug. Said he, with great se rious: ess: •• If 1 had the capital I would Invest It right here. It s bound to be a big city tome day or another." Ould kept biseyes on the map for awhile, and then, looking at Schaffer, remarked, hard ly able to suppress a smile that Was irjing Ui force its way out: “ It seems to me, colonel, that instead of building a new city, you had better take one already built!” "Sam, said the Union colonel to his ser vant, “ get that black bottle out of my baa ki t. arid the rebel joke was washed down with old rye.—|Cor. Cincinnati Commercial. The liivAER.—The following old anecdote will bear repealing. It is said to have oc curred in Lower Mississippi, but illustrates the spirit of |>o!itical electioneering hi other ! places than “down South:” A candidate for office came upon " a poor white uiau" who bad a vote to give, It he did have to do his own milking. Thu candidate, Joues, asked him U' lie should hold the cow, which Seemed to be uneasy, aud the old man consenting very readdy, he. took her by the horns, and held fast notll the operation was done. “ Have you had Koblnson (hisrival) around here lately ?” he asked. "Oh, yes. He’s behind the barn lioWing the calf.” A negro, about, dying, was told by bis tnin Uter that be must forgive a certain darkey j against whom be seemed to entertain very bluer feelings. " Yes, yea,” he replied, "if I | dies I forgive dat nigga; but if 1 gits well, dat nigga must lake car!” If you would relish your food, labor for it; if you would eujoy your raiment, pay for it before you wear it; aud if you would sleep souudly, take a clear conscience to bed with you. Men ajul women have become extinct; they died sixty years ago, and left no heirs. Ladies aud gentlemen have uaurpud their places. "In my youth,” says Horace Walpole, "I thought of writing a satire upon mankind: but now, in my old age, I think X should write an apology for them.” Onr passions are like convulsive fits, which, though they make us stronger for a moment, yet leave us as much weaker afterwards. The Fxlrnordinnry Sucre** Which ha* attended tha Introduction by ua of CALIFORNIA WINES, It not only a fitting tribute to tli* purity and beauty of tho Winaj thamwivei, but n chocring indication of a dtnlra among tho people to encourage AMERICAN INDUSTRY The wiue Trade Kerlaw, tho organ oftho Britiib trade, eatla them "excellent in quality and a groat meant ’’ Our hr -nd* of there Wine* may ba found upon the table* of The Kost Fastidious Connoisseurs. The loading portion of the American pre** bare extolled their merit*, and tho rerdict to all who ua* them la that They are the I’ureat. The Choapoat. and The Bent. A»K FOB THE LABEL OP PERKINS, STERN & CO.. WHO ABB TUB PIOBBXB HOCRB, And the only one in tha Atlantic Statoa dealing Ex clusively iu CALIFORNIA WINKS. may2Hx>dlm Maine Cential Railroad Compnav Teearcrkk* Office, I Wuiwi vill*-, M»y 24tb, 130ft. } PtKSONS holding Sleek in tho old Androscog gin aud K«uu* hoc or Benob«cot aud heaocbec Railroad ('oopanv, or Stock Bonds, mow rfut, iu And aud tkoo Uadroad Company will plcavo have the same converted imo Stock of the Maine Ch ut al Railroad Company forthwith, an persona holding Stock in the for« <<r (.'ompaiiio* will not be permit- j ted to ride/Vee or to vote at the annual meeting.— Remember and sigu t uusier on the back of old Ter- ; t ticatoN, aud s *n j twenty-five cent* to* Uevonue Stamps <>u ea^h «ert ideate wanted. By order of the Directors. may26d3w J. NYK, Treasurer. UOIHX*. WE the undersigned named in the act incorpo rating the “Intern* ional Hotel ( ompuuy" of j Tortliiid approved 20th March, 1667, hereby give notice that thetimt meeting of the corporator# will ! be heJdou Tuesday, the 7th of June A. L> . 16C>4, at 1 threeoc ock ill the afternoon, at the Kooma of the Hoard oi Trade, fo determine wheth-r or not aaid corporate i v fl] accept the charter of saW i otnpanr | and to tnmaaclsuch other busmens as way properly ami iawlully come before the uiectinK. J. J; Hitowx, Tho mas Amort Deb i.oia, Frank1.1a t . M<*oi»v, .V J. .SMini. .1. M. Wood. l’ortlaml. May 30th.—td To Manufacturers, Ship Builders, A ND persons desirous OfRoaIRstate Investment,, xNth'followiiv; property is offered at good bargain,. 20 Mouses at prices from #1500 to #6000. 100 Mouse lols at prici-atrom #»<) to M000 2000 Feet of water trout suitable for wharree Ship yards. Manufacturing Site,. fronting deep wuter Vlth lie spring of water siljmoeut H ereto and a portion of it adjoining tlie Grand Trunk Kail Bead, f-ora whirl, freight may be deposited ontlirnremiMi mdlblT 3m MOSES H<»ULD» 74 Middle St. V. B. EvoiaaiR Orru-c, i rortiaod, May *dih, 1S64 j j T>BOrOBAL« will be rue, I red at iki, oBee. for ■ one week, to tsmish board aad 1 sdging to ks •atdfing 1'ariy of U It. Engineer troops, in iki, dry. Ibe taie,n, to ho served cocked, and equal is quail >/ If (wdsM ra'lsai M ths U 8. Amy. _ »AKM> A SMITH. aay2.dlw ut Licit. Corpcof Engisatr*. HOTELS._ Pleasant Suburban Report. CAlPISIcHhOTJSE, WEST B R00 K. This elegant suburban Watering Place, [located upou a pleasant eminence near t’a ,.icic Pond, but ij miles from Portland, hav I.ug beeu placed in the most ample truer by -be subscriber, he mcst respectfully solicits im at.culion of tin public, and cordially invitee a call 1'roui bis old frituds. The house is pleasant, retired and quiet. The furniture am furnishings are all new, anil the rooms cosy and sightly 1 ho tables are supplied with all the delacacies as well as the substantial* 01 the sea son, and tlie service of one of the very b&st cooks in ; New England have beeu secured. Extensive sheds and a fine stable with roomy stall* are among the conveniences oi the istabhahment. A nice Rattling House sulli.lent for the accommo datiou of sctcralhatheis has been erected with steps ! projecting into ten loot of water, and ttie whole se- | cured from observat on by a floating screen. Smoking Arbors grace the bauks of the Pond and iuvite the indulgence of the lounger. Hoping for a share of the public patiouagctbeun- j designed prciuists to spare no effort tor tbe cn er tammentof his guests. GKO. W. Ml'IG'ti. Westbrook, A!ay 21, U‘A._idh Jldtf Splendid Pleasure Resort 1 THE WHITE HOUSE, (BOBMBBLY WILAOF HOUAB.) J. P. MILLER,.PROPRIETOR. *- This popular Hotel has recently been pur chased by Mr. Mil!er(of the Albion) and bat been thoroughly refitted, renovated and re [paired, and numerous excellent alterations it is located on the Saccai appa road, ; aouui lour miles IVoin Portland, affording a beautitUl ■ drive over a goed road, and just about tar enough for pleasure. It has a line large Dancing Hall and good Bowling Allejs. In close proximity to the house is a warm and roomy Stable, containing twenty nice stalls. There is also a well sheltered Shed, 106 feet long, lor hitching horse*. The choicest Supper* will be got up for sleighing . and dancing partios, who will find it greatly to their : pleasure and advantage to resort to the White House. No effort will be spared tor the entertainment ol guests. declO-dtf HALLO WELL HOUSE llEO PEN E D ! HEW FURNITURE & FIXTURES! S.C. DEXV1S, Proprietor. The public aro specially informed that the : spacious, convenh nt and well known Hallowkll i House, in the center of Uallowell, two miles from Augusta, and lour mi'es from Togu* Spring, ha* been refurnished, and is open for tt© reception of company and permanent boarders. Every attention will be given to the comfort of guests. ST a bl. iNa, and til the uuil convenience. of a popular hotel, are amply provided. Uallowcl , Feb. 1 1884. mcU26 e«dtf THE AMERICAN HOUSE, Hanover Street .... Boston, —ii— The Largest find Ilest Arranged Hotel IN NEW ENGLAND. LEWIS RICE, Proprietor# ocUty STATEMENT OF TEE /Etna Insurance Company, OK HARTFORD. CONN., On the 1st day of November. A. D. 1363. as required by the Lairs of the State of Maine. (lie Capital Stock is.91.600.000 and with the tnrptus it invested at follow*: ileal ewtate, anlnetiinhered, 997,968 18 Cash in hand, on deposit, and in agsnts' hand*. 2)6,96'’ 66 United States Stoekt, 6!'2 ‘-I? 60 State and City Stocks, and Town Bonds, 9*9,460 no Hank and TrwsVCompact Stocks, l.i47,27*) 00 Mortgage Bond*. 33).9*’ 00 Atlantio Matoal Ins. C#*s scrip. 1862-8, 16.88* 60 Total Assets, 93.026.879 T4 Amount of Liabilities for Losses not due or adjusted, 9176.41191 Amount at ruk. estimated, lli.6ic.47V 0 TUOS A. ALF.XANDLE, President. Luciut J. Ha anus. Set. alary. Hartford, Nov. 7, 1*33 J. C. CHURCHILL, Agent, No. 4 Iron Block, Portland Pier. dec6dtf Great News! Important News! Xvl. Bradt <Sc. Co., No. 20 .Market 8qme, U A FE lately arrived in Portland, and are now rea <y to exhibit to the citizens <4 this city and surrounding towns, their entirely new and elegant stock of O a s Plxturos, Of tho very latest style*, consis'.icg of Parlor and Silting Room Chandeliers, liming Room and Hull Light*, Ktorc Pendent*, Itiacktn, Portables, Ac. Also a very fine a*sortm*-nt of KeroreDe Lamps, (»an aiul Lamp Jjltadi.-*. of the latent iuiprovemuts, Globes, Chimneys, and all sort* of Gab Fitting*, Limp und and LauU-m Trimming. Alto on hand, bhaw’s Patent Gn* Cooking Apparatus, Of all kinds They will sell all of the- above goods at the very lowest Boston and New York price for CASH. Particular attention will be paid to Gas Fitting, Rkpaihimo. Bronzing and Gilling of Chandeliers, Lamps, and Rrouzt- Ornaments tf ail de*jriptions, in the very highest style of the art, and wiL warrant all their work to be perfect. Tlbabk call anu fckK Leave your orders for Gas Fitting or Repairing at the store M Biiadt. H. Whitklvy. Portland, May 10, 1864. maylOdtf THE BOSTON FI BE BKI(k And Clay Retort Manufacturing Co., Works. 394 Federal street, office and Warehouse 13 Liberty Square and 7 Battcrymarch St. manufacture Flro Brick, all shapes and sizes, for furnace* required to atana the most interne heat alao Furnace Blocka and Slabs, Locomotive Fire Blocks. Bakers’Oven aud oreeu-houee I ilea, Clay R-rtort* and necessary Tiles to set them, Fire Cement, Fireclay and Kaolin. The undersigned will give their special attention that al' order* tor the above manufacture are execu ted with promptness. JAMES F MONO ArCO. Skli.iko Aobvts, 13 Liberty Square, Boston, mrhll eodfitu Disjoin tic* n. TUK copartnership heretofore existing under the firm uams of Davis, Twitchell A Chapman ia this day dissolv'd by mutual consent. 1 he business of the firm will be settled at the old stand by either partuer FREDERICK DAVIS. TH«»S K TWITCI?KLL, ELBRIDGF (’ll a PM AN. Portland, May 12, 1861. mylfi t^twSw Dissolution. THE copartnership heretofore existing between tho subscribers is this day dl»»y!v«d by mutual COllRODt. TIicafTiIre of th. Brm will be Roltled by .ither partner at the a tor. ol Meaara Twitchell Hroa k Cbamplin, 82 Conitn.rcial treet. Tbotnaa Block. JOrtN y TWITCHELL. JAMES P..CHAMPLIN. Portland. May 12, 1964._ myi<i d % w3w Copartnership. Til K subscribers have this day fornu*d a copart nership under the firm name ot Twitchel. Br.i*. A Champ in. and having purchased the stock and ; leased the store recently owued and occupied by Da is, Twitchell A Chapman, will continue tbe j wholesale Grocery, Flour and Provision bu-ines* iu all its branches. THUS E. TWITCHELL, JOnN U TWITCHELL, James p. chait lin, 82 Commercial Street, Thomas Block. i Portland, May 12, 1864. rm ItiristwSw TO SHIP UUILDERS. P. S. As J. B. HUCKINS, /COMMISSION MERCHANTS, and wholesale and ! V> retail dealers in Sbip Jimhkh aidI'i.aiik. Have for salt* at their Wharf, Ckmtual HyUAiix, 1 Rant Boston. 260,000 Locum and Oak Trttmailt, 2.000 Hackmatack Kn*e* planed. Also Whitk Oak Plank andTimhkr.Ciieptni't Board* and Plank White Pink. Ok. k-Plank, Ac. Particular at tention paid to Furnishing Oak Plank by tbe Cargo. mch24d.lm GRANTS COFFEE &8PICE MILLS. ORIGINAL establishment. J. GRANT, Wholesale Dealer in all kinds of COFFEE, SPICES, Salicmius A Cream Tartar, Xew Coffvt and Spice Mill*, 13 and H Cnion *tre*t, Portland, Ale. Coffee and Spiers | nt up for tbe trade, with ary address, in all variety of packages, and warranted as represented. (•off ** roasted and ground for tbs trade at abort notice. OT*All grods entrusted at tbe owner'* risk. march lOdtf NEW OR KEAN*. 8. D. MOODY &■. CO.j OnmmiMiun Maruhinl, 07 Tehoijl tonl.» at . N( « Orltaua. l.» luiir.lc • hiker 4 Mutrlll, lio*tuu: Fniiklin ttnw 4 Co . Hmioi. i wt*.. 4 Buillll, tVwt.'O ; C. Nlckin.n 4 Uo., B I KM44 Co .St Cum tW" EmrUamtar atttmtiam gtrtmla Ormtifnmamlt gf vmiWi, lAtmkar, Han, Mi, U aokSoBa Book Card & Fanov Printing ■■ATIT UKUItB TWIST OFFICE OF THE PEES FOll SALE & TO LET. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOB SALE. Good Location for a Hotel. j+-*k That valuable and centrally located House U;;; ami Lot, Iso. 31 India street, lor 00 uiauy ■111 years ow ntd aud occupied by Geueral bainu el Fessenden, is offered tor sale. 1 he Lot i« 70 tcet on India street, ex to;-, ding back 71 feet—containing nearly 12 000 feot of land. 1 he iouso is three storied, is in good repair, aud con aine fifteen rooms, besides many closets and other lonveiiiences; has gas fixtures throughout; it also ia* a large flow of PURE AQLTRDUCT WATER, nrhtcb is very desirable; also a large Wood klouti ind Barn. This a good piece of property upon which to make mprovemerts. It may be fitted for a HRS7 CLASS HOARDING HOUSE, or a SECOND CLASS HOTEL, It* near proximity to the terminus of the Grand rrunk Railway and to the wharves of the Bostoti tud other steamers, make* the location a desirable anefor a Hotel. Thic lot might be improved with profit to any me chanic or other person having means, by the erec tion of Tenrmeu s, it# large depth affording ample ipace tor a block oi eight or ten buildings. For further particulars enquire ol WM. H. JEKRI3, Argus Office Portland. Dec. 8. 1863. deellMWFtf HOUSES AND LOTS FOE SALE, SITUATED OH Franklin, Alden, Washington, Montreal, For and Sumner Street*. PR1CE8 FROM 81,000 TO *2,.500. Also, TWO SMALL FARMS, in Capo Eijabeth. Term? liberal to suit the purchaser. Enquire of £ Li 13 RIDGE GERRY, tp23 dlw oodtf No. 59 High Street. i'ann for Sule. IN Cape Elizabeth, 24 mile? from Portland Bridge, about loo acres of well proportioned mowing tillage (‘nature, wood and t uiber. About tUX) cords hard and so it wood. Cuts 40 tone bar, Barn moat new, 88by 60. Lumber lor 14 Story house—on the direct road to Portland, extending 60 rod? back, well located to cut into ten acre lota, and will be if requested. Fences stone wall mostly utw. Price #76 per acre. 25 per cent cash; balance can remain a number of years secured by mortgage. For par ticular? enquire of 8CUTT DYER. mcodO dim Valuable Heal IMalr for Sale. "lATE have for sale a very desirable llou e, cen f t traliy and plea?aulJy located, finished and furnished from garret tocebar; every .Iiiug iu and abou* the house in perfect ordir; will be sold with the Furniture, which s 11 good taste ami in flee Ol der immediate posse*?ion given. I he bouse and furniture can be examined at anytime, and Infor mation give by calling on HENRY BAILEY A Co., Auctioneers, maylddlf A Desirable Brick House Tor Sale N O. 14* Cumberland street. The very desirable three story Brick il mao. recently t ie n Jei.ce oi Rev. Dr. Dwight. 1 he hou>c is well buil* ana tinHued throug lout, and conveniently arranged, and tn all respects one of the best locations on < uni berland atre**t 1 ue Ivt is large —43 lest iront 147 ft. deep. For terms inquire of JOHN V. PROCTOR, Lime st. miy24d3w BuildiiiK Lots For Sale. flllilC subscriber offers lar sale two acres ot land at Jl bteven s Pi kins, Westbrook, iu lots to ru;t jur chasers, and at }>ric* « that cannot fail to be satisfac tory These lots are situated iu a vary pleasant locality, and Ok? facilities offered by the Horne K»il road lor passage to and from th • ci y, will render them very dean able lots u.r a roeitft tier, krqairt of H. UlMUl, Ko. 219 Farestroet. Portland, May 17th, 1m*4. utajl7dlia For Sale. fpHE Dana property, so called, on Windham HIP, Jl in Wind hatn, containing a'out ten adores There are on the premises a goo I Two Story Dwelling House %nd Ha*n, with other ou -buildings. The property is pleasantly silnated and the neighborhood unexceptionable, k or terms Ac , apply to I’hlSHOls A JACK SOX, Portiar.»* Mff 59 Exchange bt. mayl?dtl For Sale. 4 SQUARE Mock of land, of about TJjnrvi acres ui wood land, on the south side of the river St. Lawraore. in Canada Li#t It U interceded t v t wo oonsidt rab:« rivers with eligible lit. 1.its. Wail wooded wild every description oftimUr. such aa Eine and spruce it large quantities, and maple, erch beech, tamarac auu bass so U t« auy amoast. Luqaireof U. T. MACUIX, ‘ortiand Portland, Feb febtf> eodtf For Halt* orlo L«l. * CLIFF COTTAGE, containing over 10 rooms,forgettable and sheds—situated two and one-balf mbe* from Portland, aLd the finest situation in Cape Elisabeth for a wa tering place, and tainm r boaiders. For particular- enquire of UEO.OWKX, ap7 dtf SI Winter Street. Portland. For Kale. milE House and lot situated In Westbrook, near £ Morrill's Comer, will be sold on reasonable terms, ite building* arc in good ret air Near the Post Office, and withiu a short distance of th* Sem inar) . tor terms a ply to W. H. CUODRlrii. near tbe premises. May 23,1864. maj27dtf iloust* I or Sale. VTWO story woodeu koase, No !8 Adatn* street, li finished room*, convenient lor two families, plenty of good water. For particular* Inquire ot 11. J. WILL4111>. Portland, May 14, 1861. niayHoodtf To I.el. f J’tli r. rofltn* oT*r the »mm <a m.. .u^. »i,..r.^ompr A oi Fore and Exchange street*, now occupied fcy Stephen Berry as a printing office. Possession gives 1st of January. Apply to doc»dtf BKNJ.FOGG. For Sal©. ONE Express Wagon, nearlv new, can be used f»r one or two Horses, it has Pole and Shafts complete. For price Ac., call at No. 4 Free Strict Portland. apr 1 eodtf A'© Let. STORE now occupied by us. Possession given immediately. Also, a Front Office in LI an son Block. JanH dtf_ ' li. J. LIBBEY ft CO. To Lft. ONE STOKE in Galt’s Block Apply to H. T. MACII1N, ap22 dtf ID. W. CLARK. UK1LBB IK Silver Street Icc House, mid Office No. 34 Exchange direct. A LL Orders promptly attended to and customers lY. supp.iod with the best quality ot ICE. Price of Ice fur the Se ><on, 1H»M. 10 lbs a day, lroin June 1st, to Oct. 1st, S6 .tsO lft. “ 8.u0 *0 “ '* “ ** 44 Id.00 Forty cents per 100 lbs. To those w ho take Ice for the reason, it wCl be de livered earlier than let June and later than 1-t Oc tol>er, at the same rate per mouth a-* during the sea son When uot wauted fa* th* fall season, it will be dc-livored at the rate of 02 OOp-.r mouth for 10 lbs. per day. Notice of change of residence, if given at the ol fise in-* ead of the driver, will always prevent dis appointment. Any customer leaving town 'ortwo weeks ormore at one time by giving notice at the office, will be eu titled to a prop r deduction. am Complaiuts ugaiust the drivers, for neglect ci^are I ussn* s»* or au\ other *ause must be made at the ol- : fise. mid will be at tend d to promptly. Pert land, May 13,18*51. raavTSdTw Dirigo Insurance Company Of Til It CITY Of PORTIAS n. Office No. 4# Exchange street. Capital $200,000 rilHH Company is now prepared to issue policies A on all kinds of property insurable against tire, at cuireut rates A. K. 8HCtlTLKF, President. JKKKM1AU DOW, Secretary. Directors. J. 15. Drow n, K. S. Spring, I>. W. Clark, J. 15. Carroll, John Lyccli, 11.1. Uobintou. Trustees 8t. John Smith. H. M. l*ay#oa, C. II. ilaskel), Andrew spring. O. Cram, l*liilip 11 Drown, li N. Joes, Jure. Dow, (i W Woodman, II .1 Ltbbv, II. J. Itobinron, J N Winslow, 8. C. Chase. Alvah Conant. Wiu Moulton. Tort land, May 4, 1864. matftdti American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY! OF NEW YOKE. Onpiinl 9800.000, luanrr R ui tiling-. Merrhmndlir. lienee* bold I-nrnltnrr. Krnii, l<ea»e*. I>• •eta an Ibr ^lerUe. and oilier I'er* ••aai Pre rny at ••• !.••* • •i rriea* SAMUEL BROWN, President. WILLIAM RAYNOR. Secretar. EDWARD SUAW Agaat, 103 Middle Street • OUT lyreod FAKTIi IPATION. Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company. Thla f oinpanr will Imuc Policed to be free after the pa) tar tit ol mjl, eight or tee Premiums at the option •f tha assured and at rates as low as aay other ".tty The iMtir ot Free Poll eh • render* It at the least equal If aot snparu.r to th« participation ooaMsiM Otkce Ra.l« Middle St. ('HA KLES HOLDEN, Prei. EDWARD SUAW, Sea. leb M dAw If. I RAILROADS. POttTliAND AND KBHMEBEC K. It. SPRING k SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 25, 1864 J’»ssengerir»iusle»ve8kowh,g»» for »»MrM'«Ul’crt an i and Boston, at S 43 A ai , An- ' gue.a, ii.Ov A. 51 and Bath li Id P.51. Auvm-ta iur Portland and Boston at6.80 A, u ; Bath 0 #u A. M. Portland for Ba'h, Ausnvta, Waterville.Kendall's I Mill# and bkowhcgar, at 1 lo P. 51. Portiaud tor Bath and Augusta 8 16 P M. Passengers for ‘ tatiousoo the Audroscoggln Rail* , road mill chat’gt* car# at BiiihswRk. The 110 ’MM, traiu f tin Fortlaud cor*met* at Kuudn'i’i aim* with Maine Central Railroad lor i Bangor, Ac , arriving mute evening. biage# leave Ba h lor Rockland at 9 A. 51. and 3 I’ M. SUgce leave Augu.ta for Belfast at 4 P. M. Slagei. leave Skuwln-gau at 0 10 P. M lor Anson. So:ou, Ac. Through Tickets for all the station* on this and the Androscoggin Railroad, can be jirocurrcd in Boston at the Eastern or ilucou and kiaiue stations. a nio ,.,8' **■ CUSilJtAN.Superintendant April 18, 1864 _ apC:tl York & CiiuibtTliuid Hailroad. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. - On and after MONDAY, April 1th., 1804, train* will leave a* T follow#. until turthfcr notice: * baco River lor Portland at 5 45 ■ (Freight Train with Pa;,conger Car*) and 9 15 a. M., ktd 3 80 P m. Leave Portland lor baco River, 7.46 a. m, and 2.00 and 6,20 P. M. The 2 0»J P. m. train out, ai d 6 46 a. m. train juto Fortland.willhe freight trains with pa#scnger car# attached. .stage* Connect at Kacoarappa daily for South Wiuuharn, Windham CeuleranU Great Falls. At Gorham lor West Gorham, btindUh. Steep Falls, Baldwin, bebago, Biidgton, ill nun, Liming ton, Cornish, Denmark, Brownfield. Lovt-1, Frye burg, Don way, Bartlett, Albany, Jackson and Ea ton, N. li. At Buxton Center for Wr*t Buxton. Bouney Ea gle, South Liraington, Limiugton an<l Limerick At baco River tii-weskl), lor Helm, Limerick, j Ossipoe, New held, Par*ou*Qe!d, KtTingf ara, Ires dom. MadDon, eaten, Lorn■ sit. Porter, Ac Fare# 6 cents less when tickets are purchased in the Office, than wheu paid in the Cars, DAN. CARPENTER, Supt. Portland April 7,18*4. dtt MAINE CENTRAL RAILROAD. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. r&xagBQ Trains leave Portland, Grand Track NJM53iEM Station, ft> r Lewiston and Anturn, at 7.40 a. m. For Bangor and intcrrardfate station* at 1.10 r.m. Afl£I U RN1NG—leave LewLton at 6.30 a ■..and arrive in Portland at 8 90 a m. Leav* Bangor at 7.36 a. M.,aud arrive In Portland at 3 0*J p. ■. Both these trains oonneet at Portland with trail* for Boston. Freight train loaves Portland st 8 A. ■., and re turning is due in Portland at 1 r u. Stage* connect with trains at principal stations, daily tor most of the towns North and East ot thi* line. C. M MORSE Scp’t. Waterville, November, 186*. doel4 GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY Of Canada. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. jmmmgHC On and after Monday, Nov. 9, 143, trains will run daily, (Sundays except ed) anlii farther notice, as follows; Up Train*. Leave Portland for Soath Paris at 7.40 a. m. For Island Pond at 1.10 r. m. Down Trains. Leave Island Pond for Portland, at 6 a. ■. Leave South Paris for Portland at 6.46 a. m. The Company are not responsible for baggage to any arnonut excv«ding *60 in value and that per sonal, unless notice is given, und paid for at the rate of one passenger ior e\cry 660' additional value. C. J. BE Y DO Lb. Managing Director. H. BAILEY', Superintendent. Nov. 4, 143. ouv6 PORTLAND. SAt O A PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. 8VMMKR A li A A S O RM 8 NTS. Commencing April lltb. lSt'4. jMnr Passenger Trains will leave the 8ts tien, (anal struct, daily, (bandays ax Ovpted i a* follows; Leave Portland for Boston, at 8 4* a. ■. and *.€0 r, m. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.90 A. ■. and 3.(0 r ■ Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.0U A. ■ and ; 6.30 r. m. These trains will take and leave passenger* at way stati' n». Freight trains leave Portland an ! Boston dally. FRANC IS CHASE, Superintendent. Portland Oct. »>. 148. oc31 vdt; STEAMBOATS. I'OK THE PEAOBSiOY. ipsam* The new and splendid steamer * -aL'SA^LiAl>V LANG,Uajt Wil l !AM U. UOiX, will leave Railroad \\ hart, foot of State street on her flrtt trip. Fritbty Arm inti. May 27, at 9 o'clock. Ueturniug u* xt w«-. k, will leave Bangor Monday. Wedae day at d Fihiay mornings at 6 o’clock.—and will leave Portland, 1 I n inlay, Thursday an i Htmlaj Morning* at 6 i o'clock. After next w»*tk pertaatie t arrange menu ! will be made tor tho season. For freight or paesaga please apply to A. bOUkkUi, Agent. At Office on the Wharf. Port laud. May 26, 180*. uia>27dtf Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. Om of the following flr»t-cJa** steamer- of this Liner»*: —Peruvian, Hibernia, North American. Jura, Bel* ■ adWaaSHHai gian. No»a Scotian, Moravian. Da* mascir*. "‘“♦e'lriim (juebe;, xvkrv 8aTCUkiY M>kxim4. for rniiipaiit .... ..ud^ncerry. The pgsvrtAir, to rail rrotn 9-tnrday, morning, Juu*- 4. Also the steamers ST. David. St Gkorok. St. Andrvvt Sr PaTAiciC, tri monthly flfom (juelxc for Glasgow. l*repanl and return ticket* Issued ut reduced rates. For passage apply to II a. A. ALL AN, Montroal, or to J L. FARMER, tnayltidtf No 10 Exchange street Portl-nd. International Steamship Company. Eustpurt, Calais & St. John. TWO TRIPS PER WEEK. On and after Monday, Mareb 28, the superior .-ea-gt'iug Mmmcr new Brunswick.cart l b _ Winchester, will leave Railroad Wnari, loot of .state Street, every Monday at 6 o'clock I*. M-.audthe Steamer NEW ENGLAND, ( apt E. Fi«Id, every Thursday at 6 o'clock P. M , for Lastport and at. Juhu, N. H , connecting at Eastpori with sLearner guecu, for Hubiuson.M. An drews and ( aiai«. auo with Stave coaehcs for Ma chi**, and at ot. Joint with steamers for Freder icton ami with steamer Ein.eior for Digty, Wind sor and ilaiiffcx, anti with tiie U. 4 N A. i.aiiroad ! for Shediac and all way station* - Returning, will leave 8t John every Monday and Thursday a. 8 o'clock A. M , for Kastport, Portland and Boston. ih.ougli ticket* procured of the Agentsand Clerk on board Steamer*. Freight received till 4 o'olock P. M , Monday* and Thursday*. inayOdtf C. C. EATON, Ageat. Pur Hand and Boston Line. T1IK SmMERS forest City, Lewiston and Montreal Will, a util further notioe, run as follows Leave Atlantic Whart, Portland, every Moudav, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,at 7 o clock P. M., and ludia Wharf, Boston, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,Thursday and Friday, at 7 o clock P. M. Fare in Cabin...$1.60 •’ on Dock... 1.26 Freight taken ae usual. The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding $60 iu value, and that person al. unless notice Is given and paid tor at the rate of one passenger for every $600 additional value. Feb.18.1863 dtf L. BILLINGS, Agent. Portland and New York Steamers SKM1-WEKKLY LINK. The splendid and fast Steamship* “LOCUST POINT.*’ Capt Willett, ami “POTOMAC,” Captain Shku _wood, will,until further notice, run as follow* Leave Brown* Wharf, Portland, every WEDNKS DAY, and SATURDAY, at 4 1' M and leave I’irr 9 North Hirer. New York, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 3 o’clock. I\'M These vessel* are fitted up with fine accommodation* for na**enaer*. making thi* the most speedy. «afe and oomfortable route for traveller* between New York and Maine. Passage 97,00, iuoluding Fare and State Rooms. Goods forwarded by this line to and from Montreal, yoobeo, Bangor, Bath. Aagueta, Eaatport andSt. ohn Shipper* are requested to send their freight to the •teamt-rs asearly as 3 P. M., ©a the day that thep leave Portland. For freight or passage apply to EMERY A VOX. biowu . Wharf. Portland. H B. CROMWELL k CO, No. 9« WeetStreot. New York. Deo. 6.1161. dtf 63 Removal. 63 J. X. KNIGHT ft SON. €»mmi««ion Wrrrhanls, And dealers in Country Pr educe. have m«v«d to No dt i'uanxre al street. Portland. May H h. IBt. omvUMtf Th* « hrapi tl 4f« nr) ¥.1011 ccll»r«B» all alaaaaa «f claiai tntfv, tnm r thr wir la tint at tin "MAINE WAR CLAIM ASSOCIATION la wklek «rr iMInM If a dixatrr eeted hiKshft* < omatinee Apptv iu per*«a. or bv letter, to CiRORGR F EM ERY. over the Portland Poet Oi«s, $4 ihi^. dawlv Nolle*. tpilk 8Dckbet<l*r» of tk* I'erilinl Itiraaa paa4<" * t in hefab* sotillad. Dial IkHr aaaaM ■meting lor the ehoic- ot sArtr, and traasuct>ou el otiser business that may ieguiiv gome holme them, will he held on Wednesday. Mm !Hh day of dunu] 1*9I» at AuVbek P. M.at oflcsof Company on At- 1 lanilr Whart. WM. klMKAI.l..«:iatk. l*ortlaud, May U 1««4. may tlitujuu,? 1 Good Sewn tor the Unfortunate# THE LONG BOUGHT FOE DISCOVERED AT LAST Oherokee I^emedy CHEROKEE INJECTION. COMPOUNDED PROM UOOTB, BAKES A ED LEAVE* CHEROKEE REMEDY, tJ»c great niian Diu •tio, cure* all di en s of the Urinary t ^ans.tucb is Incontinence of the Urine, lalamitiok of the : Kidneys. Stone in it© Bladder, Strictore, Gravel, f ileot, Gonorrhea, and is especially recommended in hose cases of Fluor Albua, {or Whi es in Female#) at here all the old nauseous medicine# have failed. It is prepared in a highly concentrated form, the lose only being from one to tao tr aspoonltiis threfe ■iracsper day. It is diuretic and alterative in it# action; purifying ind eleausiug the blood, causing it to flow In all its >rigiuai purity and vigor; thus removing from the lystem all pernicious causes which have induced dis ease. CHEROKEE IFJECTfOtf is intended mean ally ' or assistant to the CHEROKEE REMEDY,* n thouid be used in coujuuctioii with that medicine in : ill ca^esof Onnorrhec*, fltevt, Fluor Albunor Whites. its effect* are healing, soothing aud demulcent; re moving all scalding, heat, choadee and pain, iustead ©! the burning and almost unendurable pain that Is ( experienced with nearly all Ur# cheujt quad' i>Uc£* ' tions. By the use of the CHEROKEE REMEDY and CHEROKEE JAJEC i iOS-—the two medicines at the same time—ail improper discharge* are remove! aud the weakened organs are speedily restored to full vigor and strer gth. For full particulars get our pamphlet from aiy drug store in tbs country, or write us and we will mail free to any address, a full treatise. Price, CHEROKEE REMEDY. &A eer bottle.or three bottle# for 95. Price, CHEROKEE IXJECTIOS, %2 per bo e or three bet ties lor 96. Sent by Express to any address on roc tipt of the prioe. Bold by all druggists, everywhere. DR. W. R. MKRW1X A. Co., »ol« Puopt^trroBg, No. 59 Liberty 8t., New Ysrk. Cherokco Cure! THE UKIAT iXDIAX MED1CIXE. COXPOUHUKD PROM ROOTS. HARKS AM) LlAVKS. An unfailing cure for Sp.rmatorrVe. #eminal Weakness, Nocturnal Emissions, and ail diveasee cau"*d by self polutfon: such as Loss ofiemory, Universal Lassitude. Pains iu the Back. D*nwi#of Vision, Premature old Age, Weak Serves, difficulty of Breathing, Trembling, Wat< fbIness, Eru; tics* on the Face. Pale Countenance. In«auUy. Cob’ump Lou, and ail the direful complaint# eauod by de parting ft-om the path of nature. This medicine isaeimple vegetable extract, asd one on which all can rely. as it ha* be n ased iu our practice for many year*, and. wit U thou*.. treated, it has not foiled la a single uuiatn. it* curative | power* have been sulficieat to gain victery over the most stubborn cm. To th«we who have trifted wty!i 'heir constitution until they think themselves beyond the reach ot medical aid. we would say, Dr»pair%ot.' the CHER• i OK EE < l HR will restore you to h-elife and vigor, and after all <Atisca doctors have failed. For Aiil partioe arn get ac.rcular from any Drug •tort lu theomintry. or write the Proprietors, who will mail free to any one desiring the same a full tssUm- ib pamphlet form. Price 93 per bottle, or three bottles for 95, and tvWWurded by expr**# to El parts of the world. Sold by all respectable druggist* everywhere. Dli. W. R. MEUVViN A Co., SOLR PROPRIETORS, febS eodftwly So. 59 Liberty St.. New York. Elixir! Elixir DU. WRIGHT’S REJUVENATING ELIXIR! OR, ESSENCE Of LITE. i’UBPAttlCt) FRO* Tvit* VlflETABU EXTRACT*. COMTAIMXO XOTIIIHO INJURIOUS TO THI MOST DILI<AT«. r|UJH U.-Juvenating Elixir I* the result of modern *■ diaeorerioei in the vegetable kingdom, being to '■ntlrcly new aud i»b»t*::ct method of cure, irrwjec* ! tive of all the old aud worn-out system*. This medicine bi« been tested by the most emi nent nudicA I men of tho day, aud by theta pronounc 'd to be one of the greatest medical di?corerie* of ■ the age. One bottle will cure General Ib-bRfty. A few dose* cure Hysteric# in female?. One bottle cuies Talpitatio* of the Heart. A f**w do^is Restore the orgau* of generation. From one to three bottles restore* the manliuu* and full vigor of youth. a »• « 4i<»- •* r* tore the appetite. Three bottles cure the worst case of Impoten*y. A tew doses cats the l-*w-*p»ri»td. One bottle restore* mental po«<r. A lew doses bring the rose to the clwek. This medkine restores to msuly vigor and rohn health the poor, debilitated, worn-down, aud de * pairing devotee of sensual pleasure The listless, enervated youth, the overtaxed met of business, the victim of nervous depress-ion, the adividual stiff.* ring from genera! debility, or from weakness of a virtue or^'iu, will all lud immediate and permanent relief b> the use of this Elixir or Es *euce of Life. Trice $2 per bottle, or three bottlss tor f£, and .erwarded by hxprsss, on receipt of money, to any addres*. bold by ail Druggists everywhere. DB. W. K. MEBWIN & Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS, No. 69 Idbcrty-st., Now York. CHEROKEE PILLS! SUGAR COATKD. FEU ALE REGULATOR, HEALTH PRESERVER, certain and sake, For the removal of Obnrnetiof*. and the lusorano of HeguJaritv m me ite«;Jrret.ce ol the Monthly Periods. 1 hey cure orobviateth '?e mraeroua diseases tha, spring from irregularity, by njnoving the irregular ity itself. They cure SapfxreCaed,llxcejBiro and Painful Men struufion. They cire Green Sickness (fhlototish They cure Gervous and -pia*! Affections, pains in the baik and lower parts ox the body, Heaviness, Fatigue on dight exertion, la pitatinn of the Heart Lowucsa of Spirit*, HysteriA Sick Headache, Gid diness. etc Jtto. In a word,toy removing the Irreg ularity . tiny remove the cause, aud with it all the ( effects that Spring irora it. CvnipesOl of simple vegetoblo extract*, they con- ' tain nothifgdelete»dous to any eotisiitutioa. how ever delu0t-w ttcir funetbu being to substitute -.1 weakn*- u ta«h, w l> u properly u.t«d, tk rai) to do. »seeking inforaation or advice will be pi -vely aud d*-. .-** by aurwefoti. ttons aocompaiy «uk box. j ii r box, or fix ox '< - t' ail. free of pewtago, on receipt of pri** i raepectaMe Rruggtst*. . W. R MLBWIN A Co., 0OLK PROPRIETORS, No.I ' Liberty-#!.. Now York. ftts#tr ► * i i c».. JMi fn • m ar r*r K*r*v LmS i a*-<l Ciuiprr /.«**#» U»’ <*’»: • I aHftatffteMft UtR. n to *c» f « «. *1 Jlliiarr 4* •>«'• K at«r w »• r . . o| atd aay alter ha* - *♦* ***** m*f * » tefa»a i*"* Srn p« w ««• «’»"* _**»«*u4 _ Cv .r»/■•♦»• «>M**trry. T,,^trcsssri2.szi^E 2?£~s on Mart . RlrMl. tram 1* o'« «* *• *• • • -r,k £. M «r*rT a.r. >»f< •> <• •«— •• My*' In mmim »•<>> •»" • , mat to* toft at Ibaatn »' a»r lto» U t. BAtoto. say^t.a-t. « A \* JlKI)1CAL. ‘ Lyon’s Periodical Drops TME SB EAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! a** imnTSAi Att Pill-, Powders & Quack Preparation. Lyon's Periodical Drops! -ARK Sure to do Usodand cannot do Mam. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! The Great Female Uemerty LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! A KM BMTTMA THAI ALL PILLS,POWDERS * QUACK PREPARATIONS LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ABE SURE TO DO GOOD AJiD CANNOT DO HARM. L>on’s Periodical Drop* THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops 4RB RKTTKU TP AN AIL PILLS, POWDBXt AND IJUACiC MBUJCINM8. Lyon’s Periodical Drops Sure to do Good and oannoi do Hurm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS Tb« Ureui I .limit' Kewedj. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS au i«nn mi all Pills, Powders and Quack Preparations. LYON S PERIODICAL DROPS SL'KB ro DO UOOD AkDCAHBOT DO HASS Lyon's Period ini Drops TIE our.AT fEMALE EIHED1 ! I ' * > Lyon's Periodical Drops Are better than all Pills. Povdsrs. j And Quack Preparations. Lyon’s Periodical Drops, -ABB Sure to do Good and cannot do Harm. Price. SI per Bottle. for sale by ail Druggist*. At wboloonlo by W. I Thilli}*, 11. U. Uay k Co., Portland %ug£l eodly Female STRENGTHENING CORDIAL. This Medicine is of loug tried efficacy for correct ing all disorder* incidental to the feminine sex. That the afflicted may feel assured that this Cordial is U aly valuable and worthy their coutldence, not one ol those st.cr t compound* purposed to destroy ! healthy action. 1 add a few testimonials from vhys S ioiartH wiroat all. favoring flic Electric and Reformed Practice o Mt,J*ciue, reapert. DK VV i Ll.A U l> C. ULUKUK, farmrll PrafMMV : in tie- Worcester Medical College, and President of , the Klectric Medical Society, maos.. • peaks ol it ia * the following terms: •41 have used the Ft male Htrengthewing C&rdiad i • itaiiar to that preparation by DU. OfcO W SWfcTT. le'» titBuvcr direct, and I regard it as : cue of the best Medicines for Female complaint* that can be touud.” DU. J. Author of 4 Woman: Her Dis (use* aad their Treatment, ' say s: “TLm W—li-iue appearste eaert a specifle indn ence on the Uterus It Is a valuable agent in all de rangem.-uta of the Female Reproductive Organs.” Dli eikllil, rresident of the New Vork A*so I ciaiion of ttoiabJc Physic.au*. say •; I *• No Female, if in delicate health,«boud omitfbe ' timely use of this valuable Cordial I owe mueb of iuv suacee* in audwtfery to the nse of this MedT j cine.” MiiOIKKd AND UAKKIKD LADIftg The following loom Dr. FAY is worthy yoar so* tice: i ” A» a general remedy for Female Complaints this .‘Cordiai is a very valgai le one. but by t*i* Profes sion it Is esteemed more highly for I s good result during Contluvimbt in relieving the great seder teg atu i.dant upou childbirth I acknowledge with Dr ! Muitix mat uiui h et my sueces* in midwifery is doe i to the use ol this medicine It strengthens both j tnofl.tr and chiM. Ineachca*»t I follow the di rections of Prof King, by allowing my patients to , use it a few weeks previous to cobfln-ment. as by l.eeucfvyit imports to the uteri as nervous system the labor wi 1 be very mccta foci dialed, and removes the scrap which many female* are liable to. Ne woman, it she knew the great value of ihu Strength ’ « ning cordial w ould *ai»to nee it.” I have received uamcvou* testimonials from dlff- ■ ; creut parts of the country where used. Knowing the good it is capable ot doing. I w 11 warrant every j bottle oi m> ** cordial" to be satisfactory ia it# re- * suite. The following symrtoms indicate those affections i in which the Female Stringthminy Coraiai La# proved Invaluable: Indt-ipoaitiou to Exertion, Wakefulness, Ineasi ness, Depression of hpirils, Iriubliiig. Lost oi Power, rain in the Back. Alternate Chills, aud Flushing of Heart, Dragging HensaHou at the Lower Part of the Body, Headache, Languor Aoh i»=g Along the thighs, lutoierence of Light aud Bound, Palo Couuieuanoe, Derangement ot be i Stomach aud Bowels, Difficult Breathing, Hysteria, i Ac., {tc it is a specific remedy in nil Uterine Disease, : Chlorosis ot Green Sickness, Irregularity, Painful j ness. Profuse or Suppression ot ( ustemarr Dis cliarge*. Leucorrtura or Whites. Bcirihus or Ulcer at«* Htnte ot the I tents, Sterility, Ac No better I onic can possibly Ve put up than this, ; aud i.ouo less likely to do barm, and it is composed , wholly et vi-gitabls agon's, aud such a# we have known to be valuable, and have used for many years. PRICE, One Dollar Per Bottle, or six bottles I for #6 Should yeur druggist not have it. send directly to I us, and wheu^x bottle* or more are ordered we will pay all expenses, aud have it securely packod from observation. He sure and get that prepared at the New England ' Botanic Depot. liXJ Li at over St Boston. GEO. W. 8WETT, M D., Proprietor, j 1!* 11. HAY, Agent, Portland. me hi sodom For tsughs, t old* and Censaapllen. fllHL Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam is (lie most JL highly approved medicine ever discovered, it hat stood the best of all tests. Ttwu, having had an | unprecedented sale of nearly ftarty years It Is r»'commended by our beet physicians, our most emi nent citizens, the Press. the Trade, in tact by all f who know It. For certificate,-. *!.ieh can be given to almost auy extent see wrappers to each bottle, j 1 he proprietor* will chterftillv rt'und the money ii not ent rely satisfactory. Price 60 eeauand 18: the large hottk» much the dieapest. fie careTaltogH tSe yenvi*e which Is prepared only by KEED, CUT TER A CO, Wholes*!- Druggists, Boston. Sold In Portland bv dealer* generally. H U HAY, Druggist, corner Middle and Fre« *trs**te. Wholesale Went. ilsd Udds HM AVfcaow laiaMin lk« pakUc for aaarlr a i«w lb*. an a.iltrrraf>< I'awiMrd Ik* ad*r*rtand baat Btlinr exHar* rxtaat fix appar alp pna au a parfoat can*.fra* baa t kaaa Aba* ax'1 o*4 in all altar mar*. Fka cra.ai oaaav* aa lalai *a Ibr iaaW* af Ik* taranloa uoo'lar.—lbrj an AS SV'HrlB IbllPK AS OCTSll'P —aad tVarcbara papfbatly Am aa4 ran fa Ik* a*ak Ik# bbirattai’aUar kaaa anaatfc aad aaaalp Sa uk' ' nip . u aoia *ii>*a. ' Tbaa* Cailan an aol >ia| 'r Sal puara af papa* dw'ta Ibr for** af a aaFtar. bal an a»i*a* a a* | **»#»■• r*> m *aa an a rnao*'.Ui« Non*. I a* lar» 4am «;!•#* ' • at. h*ii.ia* fr.ua U'a I. makaa, aadia ’Kaiakfo" lar (lar-il. r ■ IS to 17 larir*. aad |ark*4 la "M»14 dir' la a-atbfo* aa'taa* *..r"*ni»# baa -mi .<■ maaaHH aaaa If Waatb-Ua Mfot a 1 rarp ka*4r pai tap* for »ariliar* Any aad Harp MBS i rwr «▼*■» f <«.tk« la naarpad ••Bara 1 Fitiit llai i>a* iN.ii.aa " •Ml brail •>•*!**. t* Mas# farMlwi ba#4* Ibalrul* fob • 4 br Until JuilVMlfe a |. a IradtiaaTll xtli Uralrr. it Baa a frrrx* • ■ ■< « M «-.n I«*. »•» <r «r fop • 'I .aa aakMssiBB 1 1 MEDICAL. ■•RE TESTIMONIA LS! & MRS. MANCHESTER la constantly reoeiring unsolicited testimonial) oi the <utit%uki»g cure* performed by her. Among m**y reoently reoelved are the followfng, whioh art oommended to the notice of the afflicted. lire Man Chester may be conaslted at Ifo. 11 Clapp’s Block, Room >'o. a. A CASK OK SPINAL DISK ASS CURED This la to certify that 1 went to aee Mr, Manchee ter last March with a daughter of mine troubled with •piaal disease, for which the had been doctored for Bve years, and by a number ol pbyaiclana of 1: kinds; and sho has had twenty-one applications ol electricity applied, bnt all to no eiTect; but abe con tlnunlly grew worts. I came to the oonclnaion, as the last resort, to go and see Mrs. Manchester, end didao; and to my great surprise she told me the dr-t anse ol tbo disease, and how she bad been from time to time, whioh enoosraged me to try her medicines * *ldso. and now my daughter U able to be aronnd the bouse all oi the time Shealto rides tea or Bf. teen miles without nay ire a bis or inoonyenMneo,and 1 think in a short time sho will be rostered to perfect heelth. glnoe my deughter has been doctoring, 1 bare beard of a great many caeec that Mrs. Mancha • ter baa cured 1 think if any person deeervee pa t ronage. i» ie the one who trice to preserve the health •1 thaaiek and angering, nod 1 know that abe e.e H!2.!56r* ““ *■ h*r »•"« «• beneBt he! **“•**•• Sanaa L. HaiauTs, Qauuaiu K«i,hti, * Abut K. hn anra, ___ _ . Kama hn ewan. Bnmtwick, Moans, August la. otra or the ore a test coreb •» record **»»• MnomtlM-/»Mr if ado*—Thinking a Matemant of my care may be of aorrtce to other* •tmllarly afflicted, I haetea to g*ra it to yoa. Thla to briefly my eaeo—I war taken rick about tl moath* ago with th* Lieer Complaint iu a eery bad form. I applied to four digbraat phytooiaae, but ra oulvod bo boaodt until I called on you. At that Urn* * *** up burlaeee, aad war la a Tory bad etato, but after taking your medicine fcr a rbort time I be* gaa to raoorur, aad la two moathe I wan entirely waU, aad hod gained eoeeral poaade of geeb. aad raa truly any that by your ekiil I am a pertoetiy haul ****** . _ . _ __ Jooara Den. gaoflou t *■!«« Dgpafl. fWdarf, if*. 4 MMMABBABIM CCMB Of A CABB OB DBO ar cvaao a r *m MAXcmarraa m to unify that I ha*, aaaa nrH at the Oropay of Iftaaa yaaee atnadiag hy Pn ««— -a-r lar. I have haa a la phjaiamae la Sanaa, Haa I art aad Philadelphia They all laid am that they aaal I da a at hlar tor toe. aalaaa they lapatd me. aad a* earned me Ihn by toryma I Mali an M t ahan ttea. I had made ap toy mind to pa hoaae aad lire ee leap aa I eewld wwh (he dtaeeee. end then dm. up ■I wap hem* I May ad over might la rurtlaM Will a lilead of wee. aad tald them what my r lad wee a regard to my toeaa.r They damily p»needed ma to «a mad aaa Mn ■aaehwier. hha aaamiaad ma mi told ma my aaaa aaaaUy. !•«» maah amaaiahad la thiak that the told ma ecneatly, that I tald tor that I eoald tmka her madi atom, aut kaviBg tha laaat milk that they woeld ma aay pood, or that 1 ahoaM gat tha aUghtaat renal (tom aay eeane whaleaer; dually I took the medt •iaoaad mat heme, la oaa moot from tha time 1 eoaameaeed taking tha medicine, 1 hud over three geUeea of water pam aw in eavcu Loan. mud my fal low rudtren may ba aeemred that It wma a great reliel to taa. 1 had not beau able to Ua down ia bad at night baton thie for two yaara. Now f eaa Ua do' withpartoat aaaa. 1 have taken bar madidmr eight mentha, and am aa waU aa any aaa could to be, aad bo algae of dropey. 1 woeld idvL that are alek to go mad eoaialt Jfra. koadb. even If they hare bona given ap by other |. at eiaae. I have rami her a aambar of aaaa* of at’, dlianaa, aad aba haa eared them alao. (Jo and foi yoaraalvaa. 1 had ae faith, bat aow my fuu, aauaot ba ibakad la bar akill 1b telling aad oaring flriurt CBABLaa 8. Uimuoa, Sabah E. Habbow, ■Lilt A. Hanoi. Elgar, Jfaima, April Id. Oftioi Houma— Prom I A. H. till d P. *. eaelTlahnwta' adly ---- OK. J. B. UlUllib OAB BB kOOBD AT BU PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, No. 5 Temple Street, WHKBB he ana he conceited yrtvatrty. end a On the utmost confidence by the aUlicied, nt ell . henra dally, tram I a . a to 9 r. a Mr. U addressee Iboee who aio’aflbrlng aador tba affiction of private disease, whether attaint trum impare coaaectioa or the terrible rice or eeilmhaao. Devoting lu> enure tame lo that part .talar brVach of the medical proteesion. he fkrla warrante la beta si-tbxiuo a Cvaa in iu Casa*. wheiber of t >a ■tending or recently coutracted. entirely remote the drega of diaraae from the system. and making perfect and PLHWA.SKXr CLKt Ha wool J call the atleaUon of the afflicted to a fket ol hla Iona ataodiag and well earned rt pa tallow fa roialung tauten at aaaarmwaa af hva skill and <ae com. 1 CACTI05 TO THE NBI.IV. Beery latelligwat and tbtaklag pence meet knew that r. mediae baaded oat from general a.e .hoe d barn their offlcacy aelahUabcd by —rat 11 jiBi - r»* oce In the baada of a regularly e*:ucaird whyffl a an, whom preparatory ttudy eta him ter all Ida dutlea hemu.t fulfill: yet the Country la fi coded with poor nostrum. and cure-all. purporting to he the beat tn the world, which are not only aaethee. hat al ways tajurioB. The aafurtacatc abould he raartc. »t*a •“ aelectiag hta pbyweiaa. aa It ia a lameetahld ytt IncoBtrovertable fact that many syphilitic ap Hi nt. are made miserable with ruined coaatltatioad h> maltreatment from Inexperteneed phyalciBba ia Caeral practice: for it la a point gen rally contadad the beat syphilographers, that the .lady and man agement of these complaints abould eaaroac the whole time of thoee who would bo competent and successful in their treatment and care. I he Inea perienced general pracutioaer. having neither op portunity nor time to make hlmaell acquainted with their pathology, commonly puaruee one system #1 tr. atmrut. la moet cases making an ladtacrlminata Use of that aaUqaaUd and dangerous weapon, Her onry. : HAVE CONFIDENCE. Ail who hare committed aa excore of any kind,* whether It be the eolitary rice of youth, or the Bring ing rebuke of miepiaeed oouddenc* in matureryeare, SEMI FOR AN AJfTTDO TM IN SEASON. The Paine and Achee. aad Laeeitude and Xervona Proetration that may follow Impure Coition,are the Barometer to the whole eyrtem. Do not wait for the ooneummation that ie rure to fol* low, do not wait for Unaightly Ulcere, for Dieabled Limbo, for Lorn of Beauty aad Complexion. HOW MANY THOUSANDS CAN TESTIFY TO THIS BT UNHAPPY EXPERIENCE. Tonng Men troubled with emireiore in Bleep. a Complaint generally the reealt of a bad habit la youth, treated rcientidcally, and a perfect euro war* ranted or no charge made. Hardly a day pareee but we are ooneulted by one or more young men with the above dieeaee. aome oI whom are ae weak and emaciated a* though they had the oonauuption. and by their frienda euppueed to have it. All aach o taee yield to the protor and only oorreot eouree of treatment, and in a abort time are made to rejoice la perfect health. MIDDLE AGED There are many men at tera, . . ..ear* troubled with too frequent evacnuTtoae from the bladder, often accompanied by a night emartiax of burning eeueatioii, and weakening the eyrtem la a manner the patient Cannot account tor. Hu 'lam* tiling urinary dep' cite a ropy eeditueat will often be found, and eottietlmea email partir'ra of ermei or albumen will appear, or the oolor will be of a thin milkirh hue. again ohangioe to a dark and turt id 1 appearance There are many men who da of I hie diMculty.ignorantef theeaaee. which le the SEi ONIi STAGE OF SEMINAL WEAKNESS. I can warrant a prrlket ear* la tack *a*ea aa4 a *1 tail aail healtlir raataratwa af tk* ariaarf or><ar «n^ Pcraona who eenaot parauaally caannlt Ik* Ur., can dti wt bt wrtunji ta^a p.aia manner a Ceaertplkwa WknwrrM«2££'rtrtt* ewaMeatlal •« •"5^*-- Di.nr.rn «mw.4w p„,^4.

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