Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, June 30, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated June 30, 1864 Page 4
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POETRY. Written for the Press . Before and after the Battle on the Hill. PART 1. Look upward, boy*, on yonder Hill Now waves the “Stars and Bars/’ Aud we have come to jlace instead Our tl kg of “Strip** and Stars/’ The rebels stand upon that height, And we move on below, But ere the sun shall set to-night We'l' stand where atands the foe. And though the deadly bul eta f«U Around, like shdwers of rain, WeM forward still, and let th» m know That we're true sons of Maine; Just see their glUtunuig bayonets, Tuey're determined not to yield, Wa.l, so are we—and n w's the tune. If we would gain the fluid. p art 11. Tke sun hai aet, the battle’s fought, But in tead of ‘-Stars aud Bars,” ▲ Union soldier mounts the Hill And proudly waves his "Stripe* and Stars.** Thu rebel a ildiurs thica iy lie Upon the hill-side, s ain. And many of our Uuion boys, The true, tried sous of Ma.ne, But brighter days are Cviniug, We cxu almost see the light, Twill be revealed whoa Grant return* Victorious ironi the fight O. Moody. Falmouth. Maine, Jun*1864 “ I’ll Pick CraaberrieB Wherever I Find Tnem” Some years ago a vole was passed in one of the ti*.* of Massachusetts, lorbiddiug any perso-* picking cranberries on another per •oo* laud. Shortly alter, a gentleman walk j.g Dear his meadow, discovered a woman in the act of takiug his crauberries. He remon strated with her aud asked her if she was not aware that there was a law against it. She arose from her stooping posture, shook her booy Unger at bim, and In a cracked voice cried out— * I' ii an old woman of eighty-ons, f ra .berry law haa just begun ; M n make la are but 1M not mind ’em. I’ll pick cranberries whoever 1 Had them Wo are reuiiuded of the above story by the peculiar state ol aff.irs now existing in our G ild market. A few years ago when the fugitive slave law was in iorce, the Wall Street gentlemen were very devotional in their revereuce lor the laws of the land.— Then “the laws must be obeyed," said they; but now Congress haviug passed a-law to pre vent speculation in gold, that the necessaries ol life may not become so expensive as to de prive the laboring man of needed com'orts, these s nne gentlemen note conspire together to evade It in every possible manner, by their actions seeming to ssy, “ Men make list but i’U not mind ’em, I'Ll pick cranberries wherever 1 and .hem.*' —[Concord Daily Monitor. TJxrrEri States Lottekv. Some fac tious gentlemen has perpetrated the loilow - ing. The points ue.ed no explanation: United States Lottery! Great Induces meuls! ! Bitlliaut Schemes! ! ! All prize and no blanks! ! !! Tickets for this Lottery for either classes 1 or 2, distributed gratis. No interim! Kevenue Stamps required. Tbe drawing of a prize number will entitle th; fortunate individual to: 1 new, highly IlnUhed musket; 1 bran uew suit of clothes; 1 pair ol shoes and stockings; 1 elegant blanket; 1 nice haversack and knapsack ; 1 nice cartridge box, with 00 rounds of am munition; 1 nice tin plate, tin cup, knife, fork anti spoon. In addition to this, the holder of tbe lucky number will have a regular income of $13 per month, and “when this cruel war is over,” will 1 receive a capital prize of $100. With such inducements, the manager hopes to be largely patronized by an appreciating public. This is no humbug, calcb-penny in stitution, but a genuim* lottery, iu which the managers will fulfil as they promise. Legalized by an act of Congrcas approved March 3, 1863. All prizes cashed by tbe Provost Marshals of the different districts. Tima of drawing will be duly announced, and any one di awing a prize will be itnmedi alely uatitted of the fact. I 18 ;»peu Day and Evening, for a Thorough Busin©** E4 i oat ion. Located I860. Hanson Block, Middle St., No. 161. Scholarship* good in any part of the United State* . ae Principal baa had 80 years experience; is alway* on the spot, and attend* to his busluei*-, and prom ises, as daring tbe past 12 years, no pains shall U •pared la the fhture. Fire hundred reference* o' the Aral class business men, with many other* of thir city, will testify to the practical utility, capacious peas and completeness of my systems and meant! of teaching, and citizens of other cities have testified to the same. Diplomas will be awarded for thor ough courses. Able Assistants sect rod. Baltictt* Han, the founder of Commercial Colleges, strictly adhered to as regards not copying. Certain timet will be devoted to Commercial Law elucidation* - Come all who have failed to be taught a basinet* hand-writing and I will guarantee to you success. Application solicited for Accountants. Bepara to in •traction given. Students can enter any tim« Sep arate rooms for ladies. Tuition reasonable. Intri cate aocouutsadjusted. Ladies and Gentlemen that , desire to take lessons, or a full, or a separate eonrst, ftn cither Book-Keeping, Navigation, Commercial Law, Phonography, Higher Mathematics, Civil Et,. gfneerlng. Surveying, Native Basinet* Writing, Commercial Arithmetic. Correspondence, Care Marking, (and loaohine from printed copies anc Tear Books will be avoided please call, or addm* the Principal. K. N.BROWN. Portland. Out.8.1888 The Misses Bailey's Home School. THE Mis-*ea Hailey having purchased the place in New Glouees er formerly occupied by the Her. eaten, as a Boardiug School, propose opening Home ttchool for Girli and Hoys, in which the advantages of a eareful home training will be united with thorough iu trtebon in ait Um braoe ies faughtin Bemiuaries of the first clasr. The tong ex peri mucus of ons teacher a* Principal of a Ifome School in Virginia, slid the reputation of the ot b°r as a successful teacl*er of many year* •landing, In Portland, will, it is hoped, procure ]*a tronage and insure success. A Geotlemau of experience will be at the head 01 the Home Department, aud pay particular atten- . tion to the physical trebling of the pupils. For information circular* or luquirc of Mis* A. M HAiLET. No 58 Boring street. KxrEREvrue-Rev. J. W. < bickering. D. D : ; Hoo. John Neal; Charles A. Lord; Ileeekiah Pack ard; Joseph Libbey. New Gloucester, May 26. 1864. mat 86dlwthen8tawtf American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY! I or NEW YORK. Capital UaOO.OOO, Inaurr Building*. Merekaadl.e, House- ■ hnld Furniture. Rrata, Leases. Ves Mleau (lie Ni«ek«. nndothrr Her* mmI Fra friy ni tae Uw ••l rriei. SAMUEL BROWN, Preeidcnt. WILLIAM RAYNOR,itocretar. EDWARD SHAW Agent, 103 Middle Street. •ctTT lv*rw4 Maine Sabbath School Depository f|UlK largest end beet selected Stock o' BodKn X fur SABBATH SCHOOL LIBRARIES may bt fount at No, 61 Etthanje Street, Portland. New books are received every week from the Sun ,‘rl.Societtc# aud 1‘ublithiug Ituo-ea iu l'bll nde phla, New t ork aud Boston. No varied an ae- ! •ortmeut, ooiui.ri.iug books adapted to the capacilj of O*® child as well as adult, cauuot be fOUBd iu am one store in New England. " I action's la the onuotry, by sending a catalogue oi ' the bonks in the Library, cau receive a lot tor ex amiaa'iou aud return at my experse .ub as art not approved tj iestio i Books lor Nabbath Be ,<h>i at eadyoubaud. Discounts for Library Books al lowed, a In Boston Also Miscellaneous, Thi oioki cal and School Books, Letter, brnnon and Note pa per of all sixua, with Envelopes to mat nh puoto grapli Albums, Portfolios. Portmonraies, Ac., Ac., all ot which w‘li be sold at the lowest cash -trices.— Orders solicited. II. PACK t HI), i June 1st, 1864. dtf 1 John KiUBiuan, Gr AS FITTER, —AMD— Healer Iti (Ins Fixtures*, And Oas.dc Kerosu ue Cooking Appnratn*. The public ate invited to enmiue aud test these »ew lu-ontious, which are highly recommended fur iBwinur use. NO. M UNION"STRKET Portland, June 14—eod8m Wt*o d lst»t lor Mule. IN Cape El xubetli, w ithin three miles of the city ' 10 o' IS sere* boss I y wooded with pi • timb/r spruceau l hem’ook, widbeso d • Ithcrwithout the laud, to tail pure n-er. E'or further particular* In quire of JAMES SMALL, oath*premses. juneRSdtf HOTELS._ OTTAWA HOVSEj PORTLAND 1I4RBOR, MAINE JASOX BERKS', Piiophibtok, Will open for tbo .eason, on Thursday, /he Wh in it. Tbi. popular Watering place, with it. romastic scbnkr r, A.id HEALTHY LOCATION, nituated on CUSHING S ISLAND, 21 miles from the city, is unsurpassed by any Sum• uier hes.rt on the New England coast N. m. i ositiveiy closed on the babbath to all : transient visitors. The bteaimr w ill leave Burnham s Wharf for this Ialana regularly. jutvlSdfiw BRADLEY'S HOTEL, -OK TBK American and European Plans, Cor. of Commercial & India Str. Th> Ilouae Is si nated 'directly opposite Jtl.e Uraud Trunk tfai.roa i Depot, anu head *t Boston and Portland Meaimre' Wharf t onne ted with this House is a first class Oyster aud Dining Hall. I BKADLKY, Jr., * CO., lYd^riefors. J. Bradley, Jr. f. H. i*r*dlajr. juni^6ddm Union and Temperance House, Wtat Ilirpiwelly Is open lor the reception of Summer 1 cizLxmBoard rs, and tranoieat and vb-itors. Tiii•• House is \ery ]»!* a-antly situated on th<- Neck, one-fourth ini.e above the8team J_[boat Land in/. bjr^Mt-als ftirniahed at all hours of the day. islDXkY BAILEY, .Proprietor. June 0,1864.—d3w* Atlantic House, SC AUIIORO’ BEACH. THIS House hating been enlarged and refitted throughout wrili opeu lor the *ea son on .Monday, Jane 13, 1864, K. GUNNISON. N. B — Positively closed on the Sabbath to all transient visitors. Junell Ocean House Re-Opened! Tho undersigned having leased for the ZXLjLXfcseason this wei. established Watering place, [Oaf** charmingly situated * n ihe outer verge ol , Elizabeth. With uurival.ed lacili Battilng, floating, and Fishing, Will opeu lor transient ami permanent guests on and | after Tuesday, the 7th day of Jane. Everv desimbie convenience will be ^applied for the pleasure -uu com arts ol its pat roue with regard to the icrju:reimnt»aud character ol a FIRST CLASS HOTEL. VYe 'cel assured that c ur exertion#, added to the unusual at i taction* oi the house iuelf, will secure us the at prohit on and patronage of the public. UTJ ’otitivtly cloted on the SabOith HILL & JOB DAN, Proprietor*. Cape Elizabeth, June 7,1804. dtf BAY VIEW HOUSE, CAMDEN. I he Subscriber* take pleasure in an nouncing o their friend* and ail interested iu li.Klin# a Ural classsea-side Hotrl accom i u»oaa joi.s.tcat their new and spacious Ho le. Min u-: op nearly in June. IS coutarns ail the mod ern improvement* and every convenience for the coiniort aud accommodation ol the travelling pub ic It i* finely Jecated. comma* ding ah tmnval.cd view oi the Penobscot Bay. The auvantages oi bathing and the facilities' lor fishing and boating, are unsurpassed. For ita beautiful scenery and de light tul dr.vcs uud walks, Caiuueu is already favor *01 anown asoue of the moat nigible and deiigb' ful watering place* iu New England. Connected vt idi the Hotel is a fine Ijvery btabic, horse* and carriages having been selected w ith great care. The carriages are Horn the best establishment* iu the counti y, audon the most approved style*, bteam boat lauwitiga ea*y oi aoce*»; steamer# touching #v ery dav iu the week. ielegraph communication w th ail part* of the country. These ubiaug .o se cure good room* will do well toapply soon,** many are a.reaay »ngag. d. CLalil.Nt. A JOHNSION, Proprietors. Camden, June 2, ISoS —dtf PlMiiaiil Suburban Ht-oorl. CA.PISIcTl^OTJSE, WEST BR00 K. b Thi* e egant suburbau Watering Place, I'r-itxmlnm;. i U| nee near Ca . is o J'Oiid, but ij n:il**s» from Portland, bav i'g been placed in the most ample order by J_|«t»#subscriber, be most resp(*ctfully solicit* Un- auviition ol the public, and cordially invites a call iroui hi* old lruuas. I he house is plea-ant, retired and quiet. The ltiruiture an i famishing* »re sll tew, and the rooms c »ty and sightly. 1h« tables are supplied with all the di-lauooie# as well as the substantial* oi the sea son, ami tue service oi one ol the very best cooks in No*. England have been secured. Extensive sheds aud a Hue-table with roomy stall* are am ng the conveniences oi the establishment A nice tiaih.ug House suit} hint for the accommo Cation «•!several bat hers has been erected with steps project mg into ten toi l of water, aud the whole re cur, d from onsorvat on by a flatting screen Smoking A room grace the banks o* the Pond and invite the indulgence of the lounger. Hoping for a snare ol the pubda patronage the un dersigned pre-m • s to spate no effort ler the en er lair men t o( hi# guests. GEO W ML’Ktd. V. estbrook. May SI, 18*14. mavSldtf Splendid Pleasure Besort! THE WHITE HOUSE, IVUBHBBLT TIUOI R»C(B.) J. P. MILLkii,...TitOt'RHETOR * Thu* popular U otol haa recently been pur iroiBcbaMul by Mr Hiller lot theAlbionjand La, L. oo Utorou*hlv renttod, renovated aud re paired, aud uiuaertma excellent alteration. I_luiade. It f, located ou the daccarappa road, about tour inilea from I’urtian J,xffbrdixi,aLeautliul drive over a gotd road, and Ju«t about Ur enough for pleasure. It baa a line large Dancing 11 ail and good Bowline Alleya In cloae proximity to the home U a warm aud roomy Stable, containing tweuty nice it alia. Thoro la ahw a well a hollared Shed, 105 teat lone, for hitcLiUK borao« The choiceat Supper* will bo *ot up for ,!ci»blnjr and dancing part it-, who will hud it greatly to their pleaeurt and advantage to trawl to the White Uottae. No effort will be apared (or the eotrrtalcmeht oi tamlr. declB-dtf HALLOWELL HOUSE ItEOPENED! NBW FURHITURB & FIXTURES! S. G. DENNIS, I’ropi i<-ior. s* The public are specially informed that the spacious, convenient and well known Hallowull llooea. iu the c-nt. r of llallowell. two miles from August.!. and lour mi'es from bogus Spring, has neen remnit.ned, and is open for I>.« reception of company and permanent boardin'. Every attention will be given to the comfort uf gueet*. stabling, and all the usual convenience# of a popular hotel, are amply provided. Hell .wel , Feb. 1 1884. mch26codlf THE AMERICAN BOI SE, aaaover Street .... Bo*ton, The Largest trad Best Arranged Hotel IN NEW ENOLAND. LEWIS HICK, Proprietor. ,»ol81> Oroarn of 3L.ilio», for the hair. fpnis eVg.nt preparation for the lUir it entirely ■7 jrtt/rom tucolud, spirits *rn« v injurious sub 9,a***. caterer, u possess*s aJl the desiren! qun'tties uf ike b**t, aud none* of the objection t the inferior componn *. The high reputation wh , thii* pr. par <«t 1011 ha a famed iu private circle*, iu tbu thIrish l?*"*** ,l,€ l,r°pHttor to place it before The CREAM OF IJME3 Impart, a luxurious brilliancy to iliollai-, removes all unuatursl dr\. c^aaand har.hners from Itie Hair—i. impervious 10 d.mpue*. and perspiration. It is the cieauort and best dressing for tbe hairever di covered. Kcery l.iuty should try a Battle. Prepared aud su'd by T‘H>'S. li. LOKIX4J. Druggist, cor. Exchange and Fedi ral t«. Portland, June 1, IStit. junoldtf l*AltTltlI‘ATIOi\. Portland Mutual Firo Insurance Company. Thin Company will iastio Police* to be fro* after the payment of rix, eiflitor teu Fri-mium* at ihe option of tile injured ai:«l at rates a* low &*> any other Company. The insuuot Free Folicie* render* it at the least iiinal if not superior to the participation comTHiuit*. Dili<x- No. 102 Middle St. CHARLES HOLDEN, Pro*. ED WARD HUAW. Sec. *«*> la dkwtr. Sr T nr ClTT t,r I'eKTLAKO, J**ue23J. 1801. t-ACl.i) l'ropoxalsi ni l t>e received bv the Com* 4,,. J’ Street*. Ac , at the Udine or the utJJVli » for k'Tudiuir tfiat perti nof Ufjrh Siroatbetw.! , i,wli„K e am\»,\.u<i street • ?.'J":orIT*’ion be obtain'd at I hr £r«»o.»la will be r.Cviwd until Sa ui lay, July 2d, at 2 o’olonk. V 51 I «?r Order < otnmltUe. June 28—dtd K- bXIKKFLL, Chairman. j CopatrliiprRlii|i Nolle*. N'OTrrE ii herewith given that the firm of M Hudi k t o. ha. this day l.e*ii dissolved by Mr Whitnly, the one p.rln'-r ol raid lltin, willioraulna i hl# .bare ol lnve.Imr-nl aud p r.onsl service# am debt, due said fl>in ave to te paid to Mr Hradt aniy and a 1 iaimaagalnst said firm Oanlracted b. fori' ■ tlds dale, t) be paid by said M Hradt. and from this dale the tu lnas# will te under tbe entire «>n. trq! and etyle of M HRADT Jaua 18—d8w - ; FOK SALE & TO LET. ] HOUSES ASD LOTS FOK SALE, SITUATED OK Franklin, Alden, Washington, Montreal, Fox anil Sumner Streets. PRICES FROM *1.000 TO #2,Su0. Also, TWO SMALL FARMS, in Cape K Usbeth. Terms liberal to salt the purchaser. Enquire of ELBRIDOIS OEHBY, ap23dlw eodtf No. 61 H’ffb 8treet. [ (•euttcl Ilesidenre lor Sale. AFIRE two story House, lontaioiuf; eleven ; rooms aud abuudanoool closets,central!* lo cated, iii an txcelleut neigbborhc od, about three imiiutes walk fre m tLe Pest Othce. '1 he house is fln iskedln good style, is abmuai.tly supplied with hard and soft water, is htmted by a furnace, and gas ! ts carried to every room A small neat Mab.c stands on tne lot. 1 his pro|>«rty is iu good condition, aud very desirab!**, and cam ot fail to meet the views ol any person desiring a comfoilabl" and genteel resi dence. Tarns of sale easy. App.v t'* PKENllbS LOR1KG. Daily Press Office. Portland, June 18, 1804. Valuable Farm for Sale. |y Situated iu Falmouth, eight miles from Portland, ou the old Gray road, opposite Black Strap Mouu* _meut. i ue iH*m contain* 40 acre* -good laud, well divided into tillage, pactur.ii* ul ti wood lots. It has a large orchard. Hod luiidiog* all iu good repair. It is well watered and a v*-ry pieupaut situation ; will be sold for casn on reasonable terms. For further particulars inquire o* J. F. UAAb, Xo.ti Clapp's Block, or KU'Ub HAN D on the premises. Juuei6u2w* Valuable Iteal Ebiale for Sale. 117K have for sale a very desirable Home, cen m trail* aud pleasantly located, finished aud furnished from garret to cellar; every .hiug in and about the house iu perfect ord«r; will he sold with the Furniture, which s .n good taste aud in floe Ol der immediate possession given, the house and furniture can be examined at anytime, and infor mation give by calling on liENUY BAILEY ft Co., Auctioneers. maylOdtf Laud «ii Free sixer I for Sale. 11HE valuable real estate on Free street, known j a« tlie “Furbish property ’* The lot is about Kx> ltet on Free street and e a tends back about 174 feet. bald estate will be sold as a whole, or the easterly hall of the dwelling House, with lot about 40by J7o feet, will be sold by itself. Application mavbe made to James Furbish. Esq., on tue premises, or to GEO. K B J ACKoON, julyldtf 69 Exchange street. For 9ale. VEAR burner's Shi > Yard, t ape Elisabeth, a xl large fwo story dwelling house, nearly n«w .well uriangtd aud couvenieut for two is mi lies—finished in good st>le, with a large lot of land, and with wa ter privilege. 1 he above property will be sold at a great but gain by applying to ltHLLY ft BUSSELL, ( ornate ref a i Wharf June 22,1854.— d2w* For Muir. THE l'au« properly, no railed, or IT]odium Hill, in Windham, containing about ten acres There are on the preini.se* a good Two Story Dwelling bouse and Bam. with other out-buildings. Tfte property is pleasantly situated aud the neighborhood unexceptionable. for terms. Ac., apply to DEBLOIS A JACKSON, Fort la t:* 'lay 18,1864. 69 Exchange at. may!8dtl * or sale. A SQUARE block of land, of about 73000 acres ol wood land, ©u the south side of the rifer ht Lawrauce, in Canada East It is interccodtd bv two considerable rivers with eligible Mul aits. Well wooded with every description of timber, such a* i4n« and spruce in large quantities, and maple, berch, beech, tamarac auu bass wo d towny amount. Enquire of 11.1. MACH IN, Portland. Portland, Feb. 1864. lebafteodtf For Sale or to Lei. * CLIFF COTTAGE, coatairihfl over F1 roome,iarfle»table and aheda—.itiiatod two and use-half miles from I’urtlMd, sail the j linut nitration in tape Elizabeth Tor s we W 1. Tin* place, and iianirr boarder,. For h era enquire of GEO. OWEN. »pi dtf 31 Winter Street. Portland. For Hale, 11 HE Stock and Fixture! of s first Clara i'rovialon . Store, t.owdolofl a flood but new. .old only on account of the ill licfllt i of t hr proprietor. Ada re* - "W.” Box 1828. Portland P. O. June 14—d8w For Sale. ' 4 HoL>E and Lot on Steves> i'lains Road, ad* im. Joining the Seminary Grounds, a very deidra bl**;!* estion Alta a number of ba lding lots near the same. Enquire of K. B. K7)ttBKS, on the Plain# Jnne JOth, 1864 —*od3w» For Wale. A TWO story House and Lot. situated on For" ji.V la-nd street, with 8Ub> mud other out building*. A.so two adjoining lots containing about tight thousand square fnet. Enquire ol N. 8TEVE*N8, No. 47 Portland street. Juueddtf For Sale, rilllK two story i Hrk Hou*eNo 2 Deer street, 86 j a. by £2 and baru 16 by 24 I helot is 6) feet square, . wr,h good water and garden spot. For further ptr* ticulars enquire of BENJAMIN KNIGHT, Steam I Packet Company, Atlantic Wharf. Janel8u2w ■ House For Sale. VTWO itory wooden house. No. 18 Adam, atreet, 11 finished room., convenient for two fanUliee; plenty of flood water. For particular, inquire ul B. J. WILL* HU. Portland, May 14,1864. iuayiteodtf For Snip. A NL'MBF.U of Houses and Lota in the aoath fVpart of the city. Term, liberal. luqalre at 31 Brackett atreet Juuc22cod3* • For Malt*. ONE Kipmi M'aflou, nearly new, can be sued for ona or two Uoraea, it baa Polo and 8baft, complete. For price Ac., call at No.4 Free Street , Portland. apr 1 eodtf ! To Let. STOKE now occupied by u«. Possession (Iran immediately. Alao, a Front Offloeln Hanson Block. I*u8 dtfH. J. L1BBF.T fc CO. j To Lei. ONE STOKE in Galt'e Block. Apply to H. T. MACU1N, ap22 dtf OFFICE OF THE ATLANTIC Mutual Insurance Company, NEW YORK. JANUARY 28, |(<M. THE Trustee*, in conformity to the Charter o* the Company. *utmrt the following statement of, it* affair* uu tu© 31st U ceinbtr. i8niF: Premium* received on Marine Risks, 11 urn 1st January, 1863, to 31»t De cember, 1863, *4,214,398 93 Premiums cn Policies not marked off 1*1 January, 1863, 1.706/02 24 Total amount of Marine Premium*. flO,uG6,OUl 17 No Po'icics have beeui-sued upon Life Risks; nor upon Fire Kicks discon nect, d with Marine ULks. Premium# marked oil from 1st Jau., 1863, to 31st December, 18-3, *7.597,666 60 Losses paid duiiug t*t same period, 3.8U6.661 04 I Returns ol Premium* aud Expenses, 1,082,967 48 j The Company ha# the following A use #, viz: Unit d States and Stat ot New York btoc t, City. Rank an 1 other .Stocks, *3.492 631 3) ! Loanasecured by Stocks,andother wise. 1,450.700 (0 Real K.ta’cand Rood* aud Mortgages, 193,760 00 Dividends ou Stocks.Interest ou Roads and Mortgages aud ether Loaus.sun dry Notes, re insurance and other claim* due the Uomp’y , estimated at 104,964 61 Premium Notes aud Dills Receivable, 3,278,676 63 1 Cash iu Rank, <44,818 88 : Total amount of Assets, $9,266 456 32 Six pe. c*nt I un rest ou the outstan ing certiff- ' ca’es o, p-otits will b » paid to the holder# thereof, or their legal representative*, on and alter Tuesday, the iitcoiid of February rest. After reserving Three and One halt Million Dollars Of protP*. the outstanding certificates of the issue of 1662. w 11 be redeemed and paid to the holders there* ot, or their legal representative s. ou and after Tues day. the &ecoud of Fe ruary next. Iioin which date a I internet thereon will reate I he certificates to he produce*! at the time ot payment, ami caucolled A Dividend ot Forty iVr Cent. is declared on the net earned premium# of the Company. lor the year ending 31*1 Doeenib r, 161*, for which certificate* will l»- issued, on aud after iueaday, the Filth of April next. The Protit# of the Company,ascertained From the lit of July .1842. to the 1st of Jau , 1663. for wtnchCcrtiffoates were issued, amount to *14,334,880 Additional from 1st Jan., 1Q13. to 1st January, 1864 , 2.630 000 Total profit# for 21J ream. # *16,968.880 Ths Certificate# previous to 1862, have been redeemed by ca ll, 11,090,210 Net earning* remaining with the Com* pany. on 1st January . 1864, *5,263 070 By order ot the Board. W TOWNSEND JONES. Secretary. T K V 8 T E E K . John P. Jones, David Lane, t harles D* nuD, James Rry>e, W li . IJ Moore. Win. Sturgis, jr., Trios. TiUvton, II K. Bogert, llenry C\ it, A A. Low. W.C. Pickeragill, Wm, E Dodge, Lewia Curtis, l>euni# Perkins, t hav H Russell. .1. #. (iaillard, Jr., Low II llolbrook. J. llenry Burgy, V f.; Harg*»us, Cornelius Grrunell K Wrstou, « A. Hand, Ko\alPbeIp, Watt* Sherman, Caleb Baratow, K E Morgan. A. P. Pillo*. B. J Howland, Loroy M Willey, BenJ. Babcock. Dartre- S. Miller, f letch* r Vlostray, H.T. Nicoll. K. B Min'urn.Jr., Josh's J llenry, <». W. Burnham, fi-.o. (i- Ilobsou, Fred. Cbauuccv. James Low. JOHN D JONES. President ( IIAR1.ES DENNIS, Vice President. • W. H. U MOORE, 3d Vice President. KM^AnDlications forwarded and Opxh Policies 1 procured by JOHN W. MUNGER, Agent, No. 106 For* street, bend of X«ong Wharf, PORTLAND, MM. June 8.-w2wfceodtoJanf9 RAILROADS. FOR CHICAGO, HILWAUKIF, And all parts oftlie West. ilUKSIOJ IKkHS t# (BICAW, XILWllklE. And all other points at the WEST, SOUTH dr NORTH WEST, For sale at the reduced rates of fa-eat the Union Ticket Office, 31 Exchange St., IV. D. Little, Agent. Juneuidtf for thewhitTmouhtains, Montreal, Quebec, Niagara Falls, ASP hKTCKS. Excursion Tickets for sele at the REDUCED RATES, liy W. D. LITTLE, Aitenl, USt OX TICKJiT OFFICK, jnne2ttf 31 Exchange street. smm REDUCED RATES ! ■nPOKTANT TO THATCLEltS --TO TUB West, North West & South West! W. D. LITTLE. [8 Agent for all the great leading routes to Chica* go, Cincinnati. Cleveland. Detroit, Milaaukie. Catena. Cfcaosb. St Paul, Lacrosse, Oreeu Bay. guincy. bt. Louis, Louisville, lndi»napoii«, Cairo etc., etc., and is piepared to furnish Through Ii« kkih Iroin Portland to all the principal cities aud tow aim in the loyal States and Canadas, at the tewt-st rates of lare. and a>l needful iu format mu cheerful y granted. Travelers will tiud it greatly to their advantage to procure their tickets at the Union Tieket Office, 31 Exchange Strget, (VP STAIRS,) W. L). LITTLE, Agent, u^.PlW8l,g#r,.for California, by tbe Old Line Mail Steamer and Panama Railroad, may be secured by earlv application at this ottice. rickets to Montreal and (JutUc and return (via the 1>rand Trunk Railway) may be obtained at this agency on favorable terms. majSftJtifcwtf ouuimer Tourists & Travelers Great Combination ol EXOIJRSIONS ! lor the Season of 1864. Ticket* Good to Retarn to November 1st. id-apes GHAND trunk railway. From Portland —TO— W hite Mountains, Montreal, Quebec, De troit, Chicago, W'ilvvauklr, Niagara falls, and return AT VERT LOW RATES OF FARE. Only $10 to Chicago or Milteaukie, $25 out and return, via. Narnia Line. To Chicago and Return, all mil, $35, Auto, to bouton. .New Vort, up the Hadron Hirer Saratoga, Lake George. Keturnlng from Niagara Falla t it Ur by Grand Trnuk Hallway, or by me Koyul Mail Line through tne lbMuauu lilanda and Rapid. of the Ht. Law rebce. American Honey taken at Far for Ticket*. Sleet), mg cure and at Kelre-bmeet Saloon. Arrangement! ha-e been made with the Pronrie tor. on 1.0 principal Hotel, in Monareal, yueUcaud li.tr.it to take Amerlcau Motey at par. charging IStw \ oik iiotel prioew. • 6 For Ticket, or inf,rmalion apply to Ai.*kt of Umia Iriitk lUllwij. E P. BEACH, Geuerul Agent.279 Broadway N T , , Wu k LoWKHs.a.a.teru Agent, Hanger June 11—d4w * UBANU THINK RAILWAY Of Onnatla. SUMMER AMMANGRMEHT. JHB , <>• “A *ft*r Monday, Jnne 27, 19t4, S)SSRw'"ot7m! aa foUowaJ**,Blla*1^, I'p Train*. Leare Portland lor i.land Pond. Montreal and yuebec at T.Ooe.a and 1 25 e. a. Down Trams. Leave I.land Pond tor Portland, at« 30 * a and 9 15 r. u. The Company are not rc.pt,nalbla for baggage to any amount exotedin* *40in vain*, and that nar aoaal, aaleea notiee « given, and paid for at the rate •f one paeaenger for every MOO additional value. C. J. BKYliGEb, Managing litreclor. H. BAILEY, Bunerintendont Portland, June 26, 1*4 BOTg PORTLAND AND KENNEBEC R~R. SPRING A SUMMLu ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 25, 1864 Pamengcr train, leaveSkowbegan foi «BNE3RS!Teri an , acd lioatou, at IS 4o A. Ja, Au *..1,110. 1. II and Bath 1110 1*. M. An-n.ta mr 1 ortland and lloatou at 6.8n A,a ; Bath 6 30 A .VfTt'sBAforBa'h, Aa-a.fa. Watervlllt Kendal!'. Mill, and bkowbegat , at 1.10 P. M. Portland far bath and Aagnata * IS P. M. PaMeugtr., for ..(atiuu.on the Audro.coggin Rail road will ebartecar. ar Hiul,wick 1 he 1 10 ’ . M. train f om Portland connect, at KendaU a Mill* with Maine Ceutral Railroad tor Bangor, Ac , arriving aame evening Stage# leave Ha b for Kocalaud at 9 A. M. and 3 i M. Stage# leave Auru.ta for Belfbat at 4 P M Bobou* ai9B,r* Bk“whe**“ «* •WP M for An.on, Through Ticket. |»r all tha atation* on thi. and the Androecoggln Railroad, can to procurred in Bo.ton at the Ka.teru or Bo.'on and Halve.tationc April 13. .^•H-CD.RKAN.S^fa^a, ' lF*rk * Cumberland Kailroad. r SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. On and after MONDAY, April 1th., 1864, trains will leave as folio**, until further nonce: baco Haver far rorlJaud at 6 45 (Freight Train with Paatecger Cars) and 9 16 a. m-, and8.80 p m. Leave l'orHand for baco Kiver, 7.46 a. m. and 2.(4 aniLb,2U p. u. The 2 <4 F. M. train out, and 6 45 a m. train into f ortiaud, will be freight iriMns with passenger cars attached Mages connect at Kaccarappa daily for South Windham, Windham Center and Great Falls. At Gorham tor West Gorham, bt«ndi*h. Steep Fall*. Baldwin, bebago, Bridgton. liiram. Liming ton, Cornish, Denmark, Brownfield. Lovel, Frye burg, Con way, Bartlett, Albany, Jackson and Ea ton, N. ii. At Buaton Center for West Buxton. Bonney Ea gle, South Limington, Limingtou and Limerick At baoo Kiver tri-weekly, tor iloiiis, Limerick, Ossipee. Newtteld, Parson* field, Ethngi.am, Free dom. Madison, t aton, l ormsb. Porter, 4 c Fares 6 cents lea* alien ticket* are purchased ia the Office, than when paJd in the Cart. DAN. CAKPKNTEB.Supt. Portland April 7.18«4. dll MAINE CENTHAL KAILHOAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Train* loam I*onload, Grand Trial ¥.4<mM#tattOB, f-r LcwGton and Anbnrn, at 7 a. a. For Ban,or and Intermediate atatloiu at 1.24 r.M. RETURNING—learn Lewiston at 6.20 A. a., and arrive In Portland at 6 80 a. a. Leave Bangor at 7.80 A. a., and arrive ia Portland at 2 15 r. a. Both those train* oounect at Portland with train Tor B oe ton. Freight train leorea Portland at 8 A. a., and re tarnin, i, due luPortland at 1 r. a. Stage, connect with train, at principal ttatlona, dally for moat of the town. North and Earl of this line. C. M MORSE.Snp't. Watervtllo.N vember. 1861 deo!4 PORTLAND. SACO A PORTSMOUTH KAILHOAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS, Commencing April 11th, 1664. Passenger Train, will leave the Bta tion, Canal street, daily, (Sunday, en- I cry Ci! „ tollow,: Leave Portland for Button, at 8.46 A. a. and 1.(6 r. a. Leave Boston for Portland nt 7.80 A. a. aud 3.00 r. a. Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.00 A. a. and 6 SO r. a. Three train, will take and leave paesengeraat way station*. Freight train, leave Portland and Boeton daily. FRANCIS CilAtiE, Superintendent. Portland. Oct. 8u. 1668. or.11 edtf MAINE INSURANCE CO. Augusta, Mtiiur. THE Maine In»uranoe Company insure again*! loss or damage by Fire, Building,, Merchao- 1 due and Fnrnlture, on term, a, favorable a, it can be done br any solvent Company. Policies issued for One, Three, or Five years. J.L.CUTLER, President J.U. WILLI AMS.Secretary. EDWARD SHAM-Agent, Ho. 102 Hiddle Street on 12* oiH v Ordinance AgnlnM Dog*. City of Portland. Marshal'* Officr. i May 2d. 1844. ) i 8bc'TIOn 1—No dog shall be permitted to go at large or loose iu any street’ane, illey, c urt o* trav •led way. or in Roy unindosud c>r public pi*ce in this city, until the owner or keeper of such dog, or the head o» the fumily, or the keeper of the house store, shop, office, or oth< r place where such dog is kept or harbored, shall have paid the City Marshal two dollars for a licese for such dog to go at larye. i b«o 7.—In case any dog shall be found loose or goingRt large, eontrary to euy of the frregoing provisions, the owner or keeper thereof, or the head of the family or keeper of the house, store, office, or j other p’aoe where inch dog is kept or harbored ,*hall forfeit and pay a sum not exoeeding ten dollars mayldSra JOHN 8. UBALD, City Marshal -*-- - - , _I Hoar*. A Gentleman and bis wife, and three or fbur aln ro»«>6 with Board at M Camborland Stroo* J"®» «»• «. CSAM, STEAMBOATS. Portland and Penobscot River, Hummer Arrangement, 1804. THF-NEW, STAUNCH AND COMMODIOUS STEAMER LADY LANG, Built expressly for this route, CAPr. WILLIAM R. ROIX, Will commence Ler Summer Ar rangement ou MONDAY MORN ING, June 6 b, Leaving Bangor ev ery Moi.Ua/. Wednesday and F riday Moi ninge, at r> o'c «<ck Returning will leave Railroad Wharf, foot of .State strtet, Pcrtland, every Monday, Wedneaday and Friday Evening*, at lOo'olock. connecting with the Eastern, Huston and Maine, and Portland^ Saco and Portsmouth Railroaos. from Boston and Way Stations, leaving Boston at 3 o'clock, P. M. The Boat will touch at RockGud, Camden, Bel fast. I’.ucksport, Wiuterport and Hampden, both ways. Passengers ticketed through to and from B« ston, Lowell, Law rence, Salem and Lynn. For more extended iutormation, apply to J. O. Kendrick, B&ngor; the local Agents at the various la* dings; the Depot Masters of the P. 8. k P, Eastern, and B. a M Railroads; Abiel 8omerbv, Portland; Lang Sc De ano Boston or Gil AS. SPEAR, General Agent. June 4.—isdtf Montreal Ocean Steamship Go. One of the following flrst-oaas steamers of this Line viz .—Peruvian, Hibernia, North American. Jura, Bel gian, Nova Beotian, Moravian. Da* mascur, mi nail irotn Quebec, avxuv Saturday Moummo. for Liverpool via i.oudonaorr>. The BELGIAN to sail from Quebeo Saturday morning, June 23. ^ Also tne steamer* St. David. St. Gkouqk. St AxdkiiW'. St 1*athick, tri monthly lrom Quebec for Glasgow'. Prepaid and return tickets issued at reduced rates. For passage apply to H. It A. ALL AN , Montreal, or to J L. FAKnKK, may 16dtf No. 10 Exchange street Port! «nd. International Steamship Company. Eastport, Calais & St John. TWO TRIPS PER WEEK. On and after Monday, March 28, the superior sea-going oteamer NEW BRUNSWICK, Capt. E. B. __Winchester, will leave Railroad Whari, loo* of State Street, every Monday at 6 o'clock P. M, and the Si earner NEW ENGLAND Capt. E. Field, every Thursday at 5 o’clock P. M.f for Last port and St. John, N. B , connecting at East port with steamer Queen, for Robinson, 8t. An drews and Calais, and with Stage coaches for Ma chin, and at at. John with steamers for Freder icton and with steamer Enneror lor Digby, Wind | sor and Halifax, and with the E. k N. A. railroad for Shediac and all way stations. Returning, wi'i leave St John every Monday and Thursday at 8 o’clock A. M., for Eastport, Portland and Boston. Through tickets procured of the Agents and Clark on board Steamers. Freight received till 4 o'clock P. M.( Mondays and Thursdays. ma)C dlI _C. C. EATON, Agent. Portland and Boston Line. THE STEAMERS forest City, Lewiston aad Montreal , Will, until farther notice, ran u follows: Leave Atlantic Wharf, Portland, overy Hood.y Tuwd.v Wwineedey^Thnreduy and Friday, at To'clock P. It., and India Wharf, Bouton, every Monday, Tueeday, Wed need ay, Tharaday aad Friday, at , o'olock I‘7|(. Farcin Cabin.01.SO ” on Deck. I.Sj Freight taken aa aaual. The Company are not reeponiible for baggage to any amount cacoedlng SSOln value, and that puruoa al, anleee notice !• given and paid for at the rate of one paeeenger for every SSOO additional value. Feb. 18.1868. dtf L. BILLINGS, Agent. Portland and New York Steamers SEMIWEEKLY LINE. ■ The splendid aad fact Steamehtne i- tLS "LOCUST POINT," Capt. Wii.LrrT, "POTOMAC," Captain Sana ■kJU.mi'.lii wood, wlU.aatil farttar notion, ran aa follow,: Leave Browne Wharf, Portland, every WEDNES DAY , and SATURDAY, atfp M, and leave Pier • North River, New York, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at I o'clock, P M. These veeeele are fitted up with flueleoommodatteBS for paaeeagers making this themout speedy, cafe aad somfortebTe route for traveller# between New York aad Maine. Pamage 07,00, including Fare aad 8tate Eoonsa. Goods forwarded by this line to and from Montreal, S »ebe«, Bangor, Beth, A agnate, Eaatport aad SI. oha. Shippers are requested to scad their freight to tka steamers as early aa I F. M., oa the day that then leave Portland. For freight or paaeege apply to EMERY A rOX, Brown's Wharf. Portland H. B. CROMWELL A CO., Ho. MWeetStreel, ■owYork. Dee .1.1001. dtf PU RER PATENT BOOTS. THK above Boots End Sh(pp tre eomfbrtable from the first wearing aud require no “Breaking in,’* aud therefore much mure durable PLUMER PATENT BOOTS. Men's Pegged Calf Plumer Boots, MS 60 Men's Pegged Cat/ Plumer Boots, 6.00 Men's Pi ggtd Calf Plumer Beats, 6 60 Men's Pegged Calf Plumer Boots, 7.00 Afsa’s Scved Calf Plumer Boots, 67-5C Men's Stsced Calf P>umer Boots, 8.00 Men's regged Calf Balmorals, 6S.60 Mtn’s Pegged Calf Balmorals, 4.U) Just received, mil ’he varietlea af the Aactt quality. •M«t and heavy Men’s Cali Bo Is. Our Bo U are made of eight dffu-rent wid»i • aud are designed f«»r a gent. el class of feet not hitherto fitted by Headg M an vfart urea Bouts They are made of the b« st stock, by the most careful and akillfhl workmen.and every pair is wa ranted bo h In reference to sloek aud workmanship From Rtv Henry Ward Beecher rv Brook'vn May 9,1864. l>r. J. C. Phsmsr.—Dear Sir.—Had my Boots been oorn ou me they could not have fitted me better — Tbev were more comfortable the very first day than my boots generally ere after mouth* of usage. 1 cannot praire them too highly. They nave but one serious fault, tLey will make all otfier boots seem uncomfortable Ly the way, you carried off my la*ts. They were the rig. t ones, and I took them out with my own hands, and know they fitted Please seed them to me again by eiprrsa. I am, verv truly. Tour obliged servant, H. XV BERCHKR. LADIVH’ BOOTH. Ladies’ Plumer Patent Balmoral Boots, 64.00 l.adit-b’ Plumer Patent Congress BooU, 4 60 The above boats are made from the best stock, and eaprosaly to my own order. Every pair is warrant ed. the oanw aa if a measure was ta«*n This work isthe same as sold by the first olass retail dealers in Poston, and pronouuced bv them superior to the best New York work. Ladies’ Balmoral Boots. Ladles’ Sergo Balmoral Boots. 61.76 Ladies' Merge Balmoral boots. 2.«0 Ltd «s' Merge Balmoral Boots, 16 Ladies’ Serge Balmoral Bools, 2.50 Ladies’ Merge Balmoral Boots, 2 T6 LADIES’ CONGRESS BOOTS. Ladtce* ©ergo Congress Boots, fl.ro Ladies’ Serge Con great Boots. 1.76 Ladies’ Serge Congress Boots, 2.00 Ladies' Serge Congress Boots, 2.26 Ladies’ Serge Congress Be ot*. 2.60 Ladiee’ I nion Hoots. Ladies' Union Boots, 2.0o Ladies' L uiou BooU, 2 26 Just received, all the varieties of the purest quali ty of Misses aud Childrens' Boot* and 8noe*. and for sale at fair prices. E. NUTTER, 02 Middle st. June 1st, 1864. juuel4w WINSLOW S MACHINE WORKS MANUFACTURER'S BLOCK, UNION STREET, J. L. WINSLOW, Agent, MANUFACTURES OF Steam Engines. Steam Boilers, Shafting Pulleys Ueariug, aud all kinds of Maehiueiy Also Low and High Pressure Meatn Heating Ap paratus tor Factories, Public Buildings and Dwelling Houses. In this De par.meut tiic e« ablishuient has been uncommonly »uccessftil. Steam Cocks, Valves Whistles, and Mtam, Water and Has Pipe and connection* furnished at wholesale er retail. Repairing promptly and faithfully Dour. In conn ction with the above establishment is an Iron Foundry, with a large assortment of patterns and a Pianiug Mill, where wood planing ol all kinds may he done. maySdtf V. $100. ft. THE undersigned being licensed by the United 1 State-, are prepared to procure Pensions, ' bounties. Arrears of Pav and Prize Mouey lor Sol iiers, Seamen or their heirs. Bills for Board and rransportation of Recruits or Drafted Men col lected. All demands against the State r r United States at leuded to. liaviug an agent both at Washington ind Augusts, aud having had larse experience, we reel safe in asserting that any business eutrusted to >ur care will be faithfully and promptly executed. Wo have also an agent in New York to attend to the yayra*utot 1’iize monev Adv*ee tree. Approved Jtaiins cashed. MANLEY k SAWYER, yttice 82$ Ex bangs, St., Fox Block Portland. Me. J.M. MAMLRT. W. 1. AAWIIB. Hon. 8am’. Cony.Governor of Maine. Hon.J L. Hodsdon, Adjutant & to of Maine Hon. Wm. Pitt Fessenden, V. S. Senator. Bob. Lot M. Morrill, V,8. Senator. JmoeMwtf I medical. UE»rl £lixlr DR. WttlOHT'8 REJUVENATING ELIXIR! OR.ESSEXCROF LIFE. PUTABCD FROM PVRR YRORTARL* EXTRACT* OOBTAIBIBO BOTH I BO IBJOBIOU* TO TBB Host dxi.Ii.atx. fjnUE Rejuvenating Elixir la the reauit of modern divcoverlee in the vegetable kingdom, being an i entirely new and abetract method of cure, Irreapee I lit* °f all the old and worn*oat ayateme. Thia medicine baa been teated by tbe moat emi nent medical men of tbe day, and by them proaoano ed to be one oi the greateat modloal diacoveriea of I the age. One bottle will cure General Debility. A few doaea enre Uyateriee in femalea. One bottle anree Palpitation of the Heart. A few doaea reatore the organa of generation. From one to three bottlea reatorea the maaliaee ; and foil vigor of yoath. A few doaea reatore the appetite. Three bottlea care the worat eaae of Impoteney. A few doaea care tbe low-aplrited. One bottle reatorea mental power. A few doatta bring the roae to the cheek. Thia medicine reatorea to manly vigor and robn health the poor, debilitated, worn-down, and de apairing devotee of aenanal pleaaare. The liatleea, enervated yonth, the overtaaked men of bnaineea, tbe viotim of nervoua depreaeion, tbe ndividual auffjrlng from general debility, or from weakaeaa of a tinge organ, will all Had immediate and permanent relief by tba aae of thia Elixir or Ba lance of Life. Price 93 per bottle, or three bottlea tor 9t, and forwarded by Expreaa, on receipt of money, to aay addreaa. Sold by all Draggieta everywhere. DH. W B. MKHWLN ft Oo., SOLE PROPRIETORS. Ho. W Liberty-at., Hew Tork. ! •* • ! j CHEROKEE PILLS! SUGAR COATED. FEMALE REGULATOR. HEALTH PRESERVER, CERTAIN AND SAFE, For tbo removal of Obstruction*, and tha Inaarane of Regularity in tho Recurrence of tho Monthly Periods. They euro or obvtatethoee numerous dtscaies tho spring from Irregularity, by removing the regular ity Itself They can Suppressed, Excessive and Painful Men strnntion. They one Green Sickness fChlorosis) They ears Nervous and Spinal A Actions, pain* la th* back and lowar part* of the body, Haarlooaa, Fatigue an alight exertion, Palpitation ot tho Heart Lowness of Spirits, Hysteria, Sick Headache. Gid diness, etc., etc. In a word, by removing tho Irreg ularity, they remove the cause, and with It all the eflbcts that spring from It. Composed of tlmpl* vegetable extract*, they con tain nothing deleterious to any constitution, how ever delloote—their function being to aubetituto strength for weakness, whltb, when proparly need, they never fkil to do. All letters seeking Information or advloe will ho promptly, freely and discreetly answered. Full directions aooompony each box. Pries II per box, or six boxes for H Bent by malL fra* of postage, on receipt of pries. Bold by all respeotable Druggists. Dr. W. H. MEHWIH * Co.. BOLE PROPRIETORS, No.» Liberty-et.. Row York. fhb&od Aeowlr Female STRENGTHENING COBDIAL. Thi* Medicine ii of long tried efficacy for oorroct ing all disorders incidental to the feminine tex. That iho afflicted may feol assured that this Cordial la traJv valuable aad worthy their couddaneo,- not ona of those Mcr, t com pound* purposed to dwtroy healthy action, I add a few testimonials from phys ician* wftom all, favoring the Electric aad Reformed Practice ot Mtdiciac. respect. DR. WILLARD C. D LORD E, formerly Pro feasor in tho Worcester Medical College, and President of the Electric Medical Society, Mas*., apeak* ot it ix the following terms: “ 1 have used the Fstao/e Strmgtkmino Cordial similar to that preparation by DR. DEO. W 8WICTT. 106 Hanover Street, and 1 regard It as one ot the best Medicines for Female Complaints that can be found." DR. J. KIND, Author of "Woman: Her Dis ease* and their Treatment," says: "This Medicius appears to exert a specific influ ence on the Lterus It Is a valuable agent In al* de rangements of the Female Reprouactive Organs." DK. 8M1 m, Pr»aident of the Kew York Aseo ciation of Botanic Physicians, says: *• No Female, if in uelicate health, shoud omit the timely nee of this valuable Cordial. I owe muchot my success in midwifery to tho use of this Modi olne."' MOTHERS ANN MARRIED LADIES ^ The following from Dr. FAY is worthy your no* *■ Asa general remedy for Female Complaint* thl* * Cordial' la a vary valuable one, bat by the Profes sion it Is esteemed mors highly for Hu good roaolt during Confinement io relieving Ibe grout suffering i attendant upon childbirth. I acknowledge wtth Dr. j Smith that much of my suocee. in midwifery is duo to the use ol this modlrln*. It strengthens both mother and child, la snob cases I follow tho di rections of Prof. King, by allowing my patients to ua* It a ftw weeks prviiooa to confin-meat, as by the energy it Imports to th* uterine narvoas system the labor will be very much fhoilliatod, and removes the scraps which many tamales are liable to. Ne woman. If she knew tbe grant value of this Strength ening cordial would 'all to use It." I have reealved numerous testimonials from dlff | erent ports of tho eouatry where used, knowing the good It 1* capable of doing, I w II warrant ovary bottle of my “ Cordial’' to be satisfactory la Ita re sults. The following symptoms Indicate those affhottena in which the Female Strengthening t'ordsal hoc , prosed inv.lnoble I Indispocltloo to Exertion, Wakefulness, Uaeaci nesc, Depression of Spirits. Trembling, Loan of ' Power, Polo In the Back. Alternate Chills, and Flushing of Heart, Dragging neusation ot tho Lower Part of the Body, Headache, Languor Aoh I log Along the thlghe, Intolerance of Light and Bound, rue Countenance. Derangeaaent ot ha Stomach and Bowels, DHBenlt Breathing, Hysteria, Ac., Ac. It Is a apocifio remedy In nil Uterine Diseases, Chlorosis ot Green sickness. Irregularity, Painful note. Profuse or Suppression of fas ternary Dia 1 charms. I-sucorrhsea or Whites. Bcirrhac or Ulosr : ate State ol tbe Uterus, 8terilitr, Ac No better Tonic cm possibly be put up than tbit, and non* less likslr to do barm, and it la composed wholly ot vegetable ageuia. and such as we have known to b* valuable, and have used for many years PRICE, One Dollar Per Bottle, or six boctlas for •£. Should your druggist not hare II, send directly to us, aad when six bottle* or more are ordered we will pay all expenses, and hart It seenraly packed from observation. Be sura and get that prepared at the New England ; Botanic Depot 106 Hanover St. Boston. GEO. W 8WKTT. M. D„Proprietor. 11. H. HAY, Agent, PortlaaS. mchfioodfim STATEMENT OF THE iCtaa Insurance Company, Or HABTkORD, CONN., Ob the let day of November, A. D. 19*3, t* reqaired by the La we of the State of Mala*. rh* Capital Stock U.>1.300.000 aad with Ikt rurptuj it inmttttd atfollowt: Keel eetate, unloeumberod, *87,963 13 Ca»h In head, oa depoett. aad la ageata’ hand), 116,9*0 6* Catted States Stocka, 613,847 60 State and City Stoeka, and Tow* Boada, 669.460 00 Bank and Treat Company Stocka, 1,047.176 00 Mortgage Honda, 331,9X0 00 Atlantis Mutual Ina. Co’t acrlp, 1991-3, 16,989 60 Total Aaeeta, *(,006.979 76 Amoant of Llabilitiee for Loeee* aot due or adjusted, *176.411 *4 Amount at risk, estimated, 116,616,479 ff TUOS. A. Aim ANDES, Preaideat. Loom* J. HAanaa, Secretary. Hartford, Abe. 7, 1863. J • C. CHURCHILL, Agent, Mo. 4 Iron Block, Portland Pier. deo6 dtf Dirigo Insurance Company of the c/rr of fohi^asd. ! Oflcc Mo. 9S Exchange street. Capital $200,000 Till* Compeny la now prepared to lacae polieiea , on all kinds of property inaureble egalnet Ire at current rate* A K. SHLSTLEF, President. JKUEMlAll DOW, Secretary. DlBBCTORe. I J. B. Brown, E. S. Spring, D. W. Clark, J. B. Carroll, Jobs Lynch, II. 1. Robinson. TnieTvra Bt. John Smith n M. Payton, C. H- llaskeU. Andrew Spring. N. <>• Crnm, Philip U Brown, U JL Joee, Jere Dow, O. W Woodman, 11. J. Libby. H. J. Robinson, J N. WInelow. S f. Omee. Alvah Coaant. Wm. Moulton Portland. May 4, 1934. mnytdtl Te Builder*. FOR aal* low. the Band on the let comer of i Moantfbrt aad tomaer at reel*. Apply to JOHN W. CHAiR. , Jane 13,13*4. jaaolMlm* 1 MEDICAL. .. . , „ ....a, - - « Lyons Periodical Drops TMIGIlATfMALI IIIUDI. Lyon's Periodical Drops! i Ala UTTU THAI ALL Plll», Powder* & Quack Preparation*. Lyons Periodical Drops!| -AU Sue to do Goodand cannot do lam. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS!! The Great Female Remedy LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS'! All UTTU THAI ALL PILLS,POWDERS f QUACK PREPARATION* LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARE SORE TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HARM. | v i | V 1 Lyon’s Periodical Drops THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY Lyon’s Periodical Drops ASM BETTER TUAN ALL PILLS. POWDER! AND QUACK MEDICINES. Lyon’s Periodical Drops Supd to do Good and oannot do Harm. LION’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Great Female Bearedy. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS ABB SBTTBB TBAB ALL Pill*. Powder* ud Quack Preparation*. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS ■CRB TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HASH Lyon’s Periodical Drops THE OBBAT FEMALE HEIDI Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are better than all Pill*, Powder*, Aad Quack Preparation*. Lyon’s Periodical Drops, Sere to do Good and oeaeot do Harm. Price, 91 per Bottle. For Mi* by All Druggist*. At wbolowUky W. I ! Phillip*. H H. Hay A Co., Portland. m«N uodly CATARRH ! —AID— NOISES IN THE HEAT) I ! CURED BY IXHALIXO I A. Harmless Fluid, OF AliRKBABLE ODOR. NO VIOLENT SYRINGING Of the Head. THE UEN9E ON T.VSTK AND UlhLL BK'TOBED DB. B. GOOD ALE’S CATARRH REMEDY. Dr. Uoodalo ho* eomhattod Catarrh matil bo hat fought It down. Jt ha* been a long war. bat hi* tri umph k) eomplota Through all eomtag time hit Ca tarrh Komtdy trill be known o* the only on* anti dote for u diaeoee wUoh *aper*ola)i.t* bar* declar* | *d ioeurubl*. Cato rk doctor*, *o culled, epriag np I tnaehrooae no all tide*, the object of theee pocket practitioner* t* money. 1 hey nee daacerou. iutnmiti. Tb< ir violent munipuletlon* Irritute the already iuflunied membrane. They never cure. Dr. Goodtreatment i* mcdieinul, ~r* riihiil •»1. He done not believe in the force-pump eyetem, whith 1* working eo mock mirchmf. Hie remedy . pneeee through Urn ubeorhentu, to the tent of the dle ***•, and obliterate* it. It doee not reitov. merely for n day, bat for nil time. Leetly. it aaott t dollar I n bottle—eo more. Dr. Dod/otf Jokon X. T. After having witoeeeed the effect, of thie Remedy ia Catarrh, ibu* epenke of H;— It it truly ted un eondltlonully u Uerculeuu h|MOitle ler Ih* » holt die eu**. Much aa article ought aot t* be "Aid aaocr a baahel." nod any man who tan la vent «o truly an efflcieut tad poal'te* a remedy for each u loutheom* dieeue. ought to be coutiuered one < f the bene tc tor* or hi* roe*, nod hi* Dime uud the effect* el hi* •kill perpetutted. Your* reepcctfi I . D L D9DGE. A.E. PUn I MUto. tho atll-knotco Tract I lor. Aad whoee family phyuciaa Dr Uoodn‘* wo* for many yarn*, ear*—"If Ur Uoodal* My* be can .ure Catarib. heron cure It,” Ac. Price *1 Head t •tump tor a pamphlet Dr K tiOODALK'S Hfllcenud Depot , TS. Bleekcr •'roet, on* d'x.r wcet ot Broadway, Now York. H. H liar Aguut for Portland. June Id, 18*B jtaOdly TARR * W0N90!«’9 Patent Metallic or Copper Painty FOB VESSELS’ BOTTOMS. To OwNcrs aadi Masters of Vessels. This superior article is offered with tbo fulloet con fidence. When applied to WOODEN BOTTOM VESSELS it will bo found n perfect substitute for Copper Sheathing and n CORPLKTK PRK81LR VATlVt front WORMS, BAR* Af'LKS, GRASS, he. Vr* sole trading te the Went India and Southern Ports will Sad it particularly for their iotrrest tom hr PATitnT M rr* llio on t'orrii Pai»t. The proprietors will In erery ease guarantee. not only tho< their Copper Paint is snterier to any now in a so. hat aim to any that has boon heretofore of f red to the public. Printed dlrectione for use accompany each can. For tain, whoinanle and retail, by the Mnanihc furors’ Agnate. LYMAR A MARRETT. Slxlp OlA.AZACl.leZ* Ml, 1 Bo. IIS Commercial Street, apMltawla PORTLAND. TOCLEAB THE HOL’SEOF FLIES, Vf Hmrtkrr't i's/cheated LIGHTNING FLY-mLEB, A neat, cheap article, coay to oso. Retry sheet will kiUoqnort. Sold srsrywhere. junetJAw*w THE BOBTOM FIBE BKIC'K And City Retort Mnnufastunng Co., Works. IN federal street, IHBee andWareheuse U Libert) Sqaarenud T Battery march St. manufacture i Ire . Brick, all ahapeaand aiaee. for furnacee required to j •tana the most intense bent alu furnace Block, and Slabs, Loeomotire Fire Blocks, Bakers' Urea 1 and ureeo.house Tiles. tiny R-torte and neoe searj Tiles to set them, fire Cement, fire clay and Kaolin rhe uadenignod will giro thair special nttootfoa that all order. Cur the abore manufacture are cueou led with promptaaae. JAMES E MONO SCO. .SiLLino Aunt, 13 Liberty Square, Boston, mchll eod«m A, W. BIKES. Fsrchaaer lor Santera Account •v LODR.GRAIR. SUDS, PROVISIONS. LARD, BUTTKRaad WKSTKKN PSODUCR generally. Partfoalar atteatioa girea to chipping hr qmickeet aid cheopeet rootce. Mo. 1U SOOTH VaTZRST r.o Boxtn. nUnsyPi IHUtoU. MEDICAL. DB. 1. B. HUGHES oa» >a TOVMV AT IM PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, * Temple Street, I WHEKX be sad be oon.ulted privately, aad with ooafldeaoe by the afflicted, at all nourt daily, from 8 a. M. lo 9 p. m. ■ mr;who tre suffering under the affliction of prirpte dtoeai^, whether arising Irom impure connection or the terrible rice of sell-abuse. Derotlng his entire time to that particular brsnch of the medical profession, be feels warrant*.] m Guax iiTiniB a Cum is all Cases, whether ofiou standing or recently contracted, entirely removin the dr«g» of disens* from the system, and makin* perfect and PRHMANKNl CURE. * He would call the attention of the afflicted to fact ot his long standing and well earned reputation furnishing sufficient aaeuranoe of hie skill and sun CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Every intelligent and thiuking person must know that remedies handed out from general use should hare their efficacy established by well tested expe rience in the hands of a regularly educated physi cian, who*# preparatory study fits him ior all the duties he must teifUJ; yet the country is floodeu with poor nostrums and cure-alls, purporting to be the beet in the world, which are not only useless, but al ways injurious The unfortunate should be paxtio ulau in selecting his physician, assit is a lamentable Cl incontrovertible fact that many syphilitic ap nts are made miserable with ruined constitutions foy makrentmentfeom inexperienced physician* m ter it is a point generally conceded y the best •yphilographers, that tne study and man K*®*** ®* complaints should engross tbo wholelime of ihow wtuj Wu*ld l- competent aid •ueeeoefhl in their treatment and cure. The inex perteaaed general Kaetittoner. having neither cp portaallT a.,r time to make himeell acqoainted a 1th theirpathology. commonly paerne. one ivtUm el treatment, la moat own making aa loditerlmisata of that aatlqBated aad iaalma.aii^^tuH. amrf. HATE CONFIDENCE. AU who bav. oommitted aa euea or ear klad ■ whetaer It be the aolitary vice at yoath. or the attac lag rebak. of mlnplaood oonttdeaoe la matarer yean, Stax FOE AN ANTIDOTE IN ME AEON. The ratal and Aebee, aad Laneltude tad Nervoaa rroatratloa that may follew Impure Coition, are the Barometer to the whole lyitem. Do not wait for the oonrammatlon that la rare to fol low. do aot wait for L'a-Ightly Clean, fog Duablad LlmU. for Low ot Beatty aad Uowpiealoa. HOW MANY THOUSANDS CAN TESTIFY TO THIBET UNHAPPY EXPERIENCE. loan, Mea troubled with eaHmicco la ileea. a oomplaint generally tbo reonlt of o had habit la yoath, treated ecienttflcally, aad a perfect care war ranted or ao charge mode. Hardly a day pawn hat wo ore eon.nlted by one at more young awn with tbo above diaeane, km ot whom are ao weak aad emaciated ao though they bad the eoarauptloa. uid by their frlendi .uppoved to have it. All .ocbomoa yield to tbo proper aad ealy oomot ooane at tteatmeat, aad la a ibort time an made to taRaim la perfect health. MIDDLE AGED nimnauyaniituu.--.-3»7t troubled with too frequent aracaauew* trom the Madder, often accompanied by a sHglit -martIn* of baralng aenaatloa. aad weakening the .patent la a manner the patient cannot account for. Ou eaam Inlag arlnary d*{x (It* a ropy sediment will oltca be found, and sometimes mill particle* of aemea o* album.-n will appear, or the color will bo of a thin ■ilkiab hue, wain chaagin* to a dark and turbid appearance. There are many men who die of tkle difficulty, Ignorant of the canee. which It the aacoso srAda or sum sal wbaxskss. I oan warrant a perfect care In tech eteee. and a foil anPhealthy reetoratlon of the urinary organa. Penoaa who caaaot pcreoaally conuult tbe Dr., can do m by writing In a plain manner a deecriptioa of their dlaeaee. and the appropriate remediae win be forwarded named lately. All correopoadenee ft riot! y confidential and wtli be returned if deeired. Addrem, DR. J. B. HUGHES, ^MoJiTempU at. .^corner of Middle] Portland. Eclectic Medical la Armary. TO THE LADIES. DM. HUGHES paMealarty tnettec all Ladle* wbe need a medical adrleer, to eail at Ida room*. Hr. • Temple Street, which they win gad arranged fet Lbetir scpsrisl uooAiacilitluD. Dr.iT» Select tcSruoTatiag Medicine* areuarieal let ta elloaey and superior rlrtae In regulating all Peaule lrregmlaritie*. I heir notion la ipociBo aad certain ol producing relief In a abort tint* -ADI AS will Sad it Intalaable la aU raeoeof ob atraetioaa after all other remediae hare been tried la rain. It la pmrely rentable, containing nothing ta th* least insurious to the health, aad may be taken with perfect safety at all time*. Saal to nay part ofthoeoaatry with fail direct to a* by tddaeeaiag DR. HUGHES. Me. I Tempi* Street, corner af Middle. Portlaad. M.B.—LADIESIcafrlag may eonaalt oaa eftkelr own ten A lady af eaperiaaae la eoaataat attend awe* te*ldhw>r 10RE TENTIMO.MALS ! • MRS. MANCHESTER la ooaataatly reooletag aa*oUclted tcetlmeatal* st the nrfoaaehdwg cure* performed by her. Among maay raaeaUy reaateed are tbe following. which are aommwdodtathe aatioood the alctod. Mia Hea abaater may be aoaaalted at Hr. 11 Cliffti Block, Kao at Wo. A. A CASE or ariNAL DISMAS* CUMKD Thia la to certify that! weat toaee Mn Maacbea ter laat March with a daaghtcr of mine troubled with Ipiaal dlaeaae, for which abc bad been doctored fei Sre yean, aad hr a aamber ot physicians of Uada; aad ahe haa had twenty-oBe application* alaotneity applied, hat ail to aa effect; bet ahe oea tinaally grew won*, lean* to the ooaoleaiaa. the laat retort, to go aad tea Mn. Maachoaur, aad dWeo; aad to my great aarpriaa aha told me the Int nan ol th* dinaao. aad how aha had bean from time to time, which eaeoaraged aaa to try her medicine* I did to. aad now my daaghtcr la able to bo around the boaaa all ol th* time. She alto ride* tan *r at toua aailaa without aay trouble or iaconreaiaaaa.aad ‘think la a chart time ahe wlU ho natnrod to perfect health. Since my daughter he* beet doctoring, 1 hart hoard of a great aaaay am that Mn. Maaohat ter haa oared. I think If aay p*r<oa deaerrr* pat ronage, it la the aa* whotrin to preaerr* tbe health of th* ateh aad aaEarlag; aad I know that a V an ihfahRMtshw power to Ueodt bar Sanaa L. E jiuhv*. Gaoaaa Kwteneu. Abbt E. Inara, kwka Intern. , Jfatao, dwgwaf Ilk. on or TMB OEM A TEST CURES aa RtCOM K Mariam:-Ttklntlr, a •tatemect at my out may be af kttIm to other* •MuUnrly aflbotW. I barton to girt it to yoa. Thit it briefly my oaaa-I ni taken tick aboet U moatha ago with the Urar Compiaia t ia a very had term. I applied to tear different phyUoiano, hat re aaivad aa benegt aatli I nailed oa yoa. At that time I had fftroa ap baeiaeee. aad waa in a eery had cute, hat after taking yoar modloiaa thr a abort tim* I be gaa to raooTer, aad la two moatha I waa entirely w»b. aad bad gaiaad aaeatal poaada of lath, aad aaa truly aay that by yanr ahill I am a northerly hoal A REMARKABLE CURE OF A CASE OF DEO ST CUEEDET MRS. MANCHESTER. Tbit Ia to certify that 1 bora bean cared at the Dropay of flftcaa yaara Handing by Mri. Maackts tar. I hnra been to phyaiciana la Boaton, New Tork aad Philadelphia. They all told aaa that they eoall do nothing ter mo. mnleae liter lapped me. and aa aarad me that by tapping 1 coaid bra bat a abort Urn*. 1 bad made up my Blind to go bona and Ur* aa loag aa 1 oeuld with tba diaaaaa. end then die. Oa my way home I atayed orar night la Portland with a bland of mine, aad told thorn what my mind war a regard to my dlaeaa*. They anally paianaded me ta go aad aaa Mia. Maaoheetar. Bba examined me and laid me aty aaea exactly. I waa ao maeh actoaiahad to think that tba told m* correctly, that I told bar that I would taka bar mad 1. tinea, aot haring the lean Ibith that they would aaa aay good, ar that I ahoaid gat the aiighieat rebel teem aay tonne whaierer; Anally 1 took the modi etna aad want home. Ia oaa weak from tba time I commenced taking the medicine. I bad orer three galieae of water paw me la wren boon; aad my fel low enfferon may be aaanrvd that It waa a great rebel to me. I bad not been able to lie down la bed at night before thb ibr two yean Now I caa lie dor with perfect eeae 1 hare taken her anedioiar eight moatha, aad am aa wall aa aay man conic to be. aad ao eigne af dropey. I woald adrL. that are tick to go and eoaealt Mri. Mamehtc rtau If they hnra been glean up by other \' Adana. I bare aeat bar a camber of aaaaa af a.' dlaaitaa. and aha ha* oared them alto. Go aad ter yooradece. I had aa (kith, bat aow my tabu aaaaot b*ahakedla bar thill ia tailing and curing Eteaaaa. Cuaui.ua 8. Hnuia. luai K. Hiuoa, _ „ SLobt A. Hannon Bowpar, flfadaa, April U Oawtoa Bocaa—rrom S A w.MUap. * writ tebaata1 edly JAMES EDMOND & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 13 LIBERTY SQUARE, .. BOSTON Art prepared to order at rarorabla rataa, COLT NESSand GLUNGAKNOCK PIG IRON, Aba. EAR, SHEET, f BOILER PLATE IRON, of Engtiah aad Sooteh Manufacture. W. .haJUontlnae to receira, la addttloa to oir America Brink, a regular .apply of ENGLISH, SCOTCH, h WELCH mi BEJCX mahll todflm

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