Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, July 8, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated July 8, 1864 Page 4
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POETRY. | The Little Acorns. VAKlCWKLL ROMO. As oaks from little acorns grow, •Tl* thus with all good deeds you know ; However small they seem to be. They swell within the memory. And as the oak our love and pride, Doth spread its branches far and wide O, ever may we useful be— Dispensing good over earth and sea, And if *' kind words can never die," Such deeds must live beyond the sky! And now our parting hour ha* come, We Acorns thank you every one, Brave so.diers for our country stand, Nor will give up our blessed land •, Nor the sweet boon of Liusrit Our (hitters' brought from o’er the sea j— To aid them is onr glorious part. Then let us cheer each soldiers heart ; They shed their blood for you aud me, Yes d;ed to Ret our corn.try free! The old and young, the great and small. Hare answered to our country's call; And right Eternal, will have power, Aud bring to us the louged for hour From uiouuta u cliff, aud ocean wave, Proclaim the ooon our lathers gave, And wrought with them for you aud mo— Ourooun<ry\ watchword, Libkihy, As comes the sunshine and the rain, May our kind deud. prove uot In rain! Mast. Portion a, Jolt 1,1, ISM. Mrs. Paktinot ■» in a P.ritmk Stork. I w.it iipuo you uuula ’ taul M’. V ling pol.teiy, no Mr*. I’Arlington stood looking at the .lined sweet* at 112 Washing ton street. “Were, I younger," .aid .be siuii iug a. sweetly usCtlherea upon a pomade bot tle. “I might lee) flattered at sucli an Oder. 1 do like polio ness, though it 1. rarely one meei with it; ihe oihtr nl^bl 1 went up to the opeaud stood an hour outside,and nobody bad ihw good maunera to otTer me a seat." Hue .y mouthy was expressed, when she went on flke a whee. .mow: “I diclare it must seem in . >u a. ii you were breathing the airs Ol P * redox ol Ceylon’. He, nr some such flag rill! •hitiJ. -til ‘ill* tiim*. Hava vnn s»nv id the urlor o'~fc<i-ict<«yt 'b«t you could give ui* a Lille to pul oil uiy Uiuulkerctiirl?'’ She vu i hey hud none ou lap, but expected •ome, with a fresh supply of ibs essence with which'he ghost of Hauilel scents the uiorn lug air, and would remember her. She thank ed them veiy kindly, continuing her inspect ion, while Ike amused himself by shaking up some ot ihe Unties and seeing the bubbles rise to the surface. A journeyman weaver took to his employer a piece of cloth he had just fluisbed. Upon examination, two holes but half au inch apart were found, lor which a flue of two shillings was demanded. “Do you charge ihe same for small aa for large boles T” asked the workman. “Ves—a shilling tor every hole, big or little.” Whereupon the workman immediately tore the two holes into one, exclaiming:— ‘■That'll save a shilling, anyhow.’’ His employer was so well pleased with bis wit, that he remitted the whole fine at once. The London Spectator thus criticises the school-girls of Kuglaud. After noticing the failure* at some school examination at Cam bridge, it adds: ’’The girls made no attempt at all in general to explain the meaning or reason of the rules —in short, (bey kuew Utile of ciphering and i nolldug of arithmetic. This is exactly wlut we might expect. Girls need the logic ol mathematics more, and like it leas than any other study.—Their minis are strategical They Uke to turn the flank of a difficulty. not to tqht it.” Cl I lf OF FOHTLANDi In the Tear One Tknneand Sight hundred and Sixty-/our. An Ordinance coLoernin, Bunds eft e A t!aU card at. Lawrence aailruad Cumpanv held to Hi hi y ef i'uniand Be it ordained by the Mayor, Aldermen, ai.d Com mon CoencUqf the City of Portland, in Uily Coun cil assembled, as follows t Ko. i Whenever ttic Atlantic and St Lawro c K«ilruA 1 Cou.puu or its miyui tbs 1 u< ivoi to *h« « ity »r waurrr to be caned ed. any oi tbe cei'Mica U r of city d t*i i-sued in aid of laid * o rjmi.,, unit . tai *ctot Feoru.ry .3, i«6'2 tu^tli r wi b n tli coupon*. pai t ot a paid, be ojgig io the >4 ar, i «hsi: bn t. e d«<y of ttie <*ity name to ttt.reLd* er a o rr * pju iiujg amount of tlto Mortgage rtouUe of ai l i otnpmuy. he 1 by the t it aft coll.t*ml 1 r *u li d«i-t. a d t ic ci' (id ;«te of i ity debt a. <1 cou P »*l i e ve ed to the Ot> ircasunr *haL b lui mndi«*n|) cancel-e- by him. oac 3 li too a Untie and df. Law re Doe Kaii* reed • otnp*nj , *»r i n a>«* gns, she 1 deliver to to* Cay ‘r^a ure*- to be the prop* rtjr ot the t i«y, aiy o- tha conid jeteo ol debt, or bonda ot .he btete vi Mai i*. pavah e b the ia eat au> i e uot earl ei ihaD I8i*i with e u 'paid couu »na belo* fine b re ♦o. it »na i b-. the du'y o. trie City Ira unT to r-. c- l*o khta Nitno, aod to aarreuuer lbtr<*>vr a corr* p -uaio/ am uut oi the mortgage bouda of .*a d c« ui ptuy tie d iv ihi City a cjI* t ra fjr tbe ««b in ourred t»> the ity la » d o'Maid Company unnor tb ' aet ••f F«hr-ary l*h. 1852, au<i such cerClicAt. ■ nr boi d * of t •> Stare den*, »bali be brld by the it» Ireware tom^l lb** certificates of «lie C if d 1* incur «: uud r said ac or otay be •\onauj(»'1 o the am-, aithen bolder when* ver it cau tedo •4» a asre*»<*aly to th*» iut real oilh City, under t* ! dir cti<« .f hej nt S.mn ni < oinuii ie.- ou F B4Dc ; and i > oa« * any certificate of lb* « ity m b »hall wt» b) receive ' b^ the ity 1 nusurer he she im f»**di«tily ciUwil the tame and Us ooupoua te L». *inf thereto. Approved, Jane 28. 1&M, JACOB McLELLAN.Mayor. Copy Attest: Jun 3— 3w J. M HEATH, City Clerk, C I rW OF PORTLAND. MaYvae'd Crrtcn, I ril E *'*#n t of our Mixer* Is ca led o Mu- m. JL e “d ire i&r troin the Provo t Mamba! Ge ei a '* * ffice I <vtnn fve'vn # imere- (din lb- 1 * c •«*» ot urann, a d irom age and other cans n r I. ble to give t! ei p*rs usl *e. \ ict # to ihe cau < o iba i e*«u - y an ppo’tnidty to be n preacMe. < m » » x ,o*e wh . are rating lor the 1 o. or of on Natjoi a) Flag Jt ppea's o all th« ae who are abl tn show (In*i« a«* dev .t a to their couutrv's set vice bv till- **00 riba Ion t".» till up the rank- of ou eoi liora b> the*© new recruit#, lepiescntinp »m the w II the retnw- constancy #nd pmriuibni of ou eitixe >*> For laud hai i ere cf re been tt-hinu non. in it« tT>rt -to tu'i i«h on u at .I mean# to su« pro*, the reb*“ ion. let us now agaio uobly respond to tb r ww call UKUU1 JACOB McLELLAN, Mayor. War Department. Provost Ma-vual Ge cral'. Of*c*. - Washington, D. C. June aG, 18-34. C>rculw yo 26. IVson* not ll: for military dutv, and not liabl to draft fro oi age and o btr cause*, have express, a draire to b ■ peraucally repr ruled iu tlm Aru \ Iu ad t t on to U»« ont Ibu'-iout they have mad-»n th» wa of bou -*fe*, they p opoeefu procure a* thei o*n expense, a -I prd ot f r enlistment, recruit* . r *or*«cQt them in he s-rvice ruchpacical pat riotum is * *r h of *p c al c unue ucarion and em o •urageioo »t. 1* nvosr Marshals. a..d ail other fit c»rs ac*»ui u ider t .isBare- t arc ord red to fu' r.iah all »he facilities in tneir power to enlist am muster pr mpUy the rep tentative recru.ts preset. ed.i i accordance with the design herein set forh The uiae of the oerso i whom the recruit reprt sent* will ba noted o i the enlistment audreecriptl* i roll of the recruit, and * fit be osr.ied iorward iron those papers to the official record which lorrn hit ■stli arvbl-tory. 8u table j reparod certific >P* of this per«onal re» • reseutdion in the s-rvice- will be lirwaidtd froa this office, to he filled out aud i*#u d bv Provo* Marshals to persons who put in representative re cruits .1A M * 8 B FRY, Provost Marshal Genera1. Jaly6^iaw2w Guardian’s Sale of Beal Estate. PURSUANT to a license t omthe Court of Pro bate for the Couut of Cumberland, 1 shall oa SATURDAY, tbf- *nb day of Ju!> uext, aithn. o'clocx iu the aft- -n»>ou, ou the premieres,« ft. r ti.j sale, either at pnblic auction or private contract, at shall be fouud mud advantageous, certain real «* • late belonging to Kmuia C. Nacb, Wi .Um A. Nash, aad Mar> C. Nash, minor obi dien of Josepi u> Na h, late of Pur.land, deceased, the tauie Ot- u^ thi dw© Hug house of said deceased with iho ont buiiuiogM mid l.nd at ached thereto, being hou*. No. SO on Dai;forth street ju said Portland,—am subject to thb Widow's *feltt ot Dower. _ , OLIVjlK MOdES, Guardian. Portland. June 24, 1804. 26w4w AT A Court ox Puobatk held at Port land, withit and for the. County of Cumberland, ou the turn luosdsy ot Jim#, lu the voar of our Lore eighteen hundred aud sixty-four, ODe ol ,he Priucipai credit or# wf a ilii iu Morii.I lute oi Kavmnud, ii *k0/,A,J* baviug ircKomed his leu tmn that Administration on the Estate of said de oa.##d, may be granted to Stillman A. Danlcrth cf Call Ra> tnord. It Ordered, That the said Petitioner gjv aotioe to all person* interested, bv causing notice t be published three week# successively in the Mail. State Press, printed at Portland, that they mav a pear at a Probate Court to be held at said Port Ian. ou the third Tuesday of July next, at ten oi tu. clock in the forenoon, aud show cause it any the havo, why the same should not be granted. JOHN A. WATERMAN, Judge A true copy, at test, 28 w3w* EUGENE HUMPHREY. Register. AT a Court or Probate held at Portland, withil and for the County of Cumberland, ou tl.ethi'< Tuesday of Juu© in the year of our Lo eighteen hundred aud sixty-kur T^’8 B EMK Y. wid w of John W Ftn-r . Mte of P r land, i . sa d com.t <l« c aaen h leg presented her petition for an al <>w»R«r out o to* oerso a1 estate of wh ch he died jmssessed. It teas Ordered, fl at the ssid Pet tioner gi\ nofW »o all |>crsoiis interested, by causing notice • bo published three weeks sttMesaiveil iu the Mail £• :i’e Pres* printed a’ Portland, that they mav a pear al a Probate Court to be held at aid I’ortlan! on th th »d Tuesday of JuH next, at tea of tl clock in the forenoon, and shew ennsr if any th. have, why the same should not be granted. JOHN A. WATERMAN, Judge. A true copy. Attest. ^ *3w EUGENE HUMPHREY, Rcgiiter. HOTELS. Sea-Nide House, H.IKPSWELL NECK, C A S C 0_ BAY. Tbi* cleg*ut aud cotv modious Bo i tel, situated ou tbe extremity of ^ liar^sse.i Seek, about half a mi e N_b*ow the w.l-k-own Mansion __St House, ha-just boeu c< in pie; i d aft« r tin; uo.-«Kt.*o, o M II a itbi.xu, K>q,, Architect, aud under li s -up riot j-ndence, aud will be opeu tor company On nail after the Fourth of July. The iio.no is tin largest ea.abiishmpnt, construct ed expressly for the yurp* se of a Hotel, -t auv to ut eriug l'lace ou ibe coast 01 Maine It is situated in the Ociitie oi a deus*- grove oi old trees, with ave nue-aud vitas opeii'iig to the waters of ih Bay, but. a few yard* distant ou either side. Nearly *urmuudttl by the sea. ai d abundantly shaded by tr* ea. the ll<*usc has a -paci u - and beau t fui verandah extending o er tb we hundred and thir y tvt on three aid- s of tilt buildii g, with wide ami thoroughly veil i a *-d I al sano corridor* iu the iu eiior, so that visitor* can enjoy the most comple e protect!. u irour the summer heat. l h -tcainb .a whari a d boat l.tnd:ng&are on the we-r side, but a te«» s * p. mint he llou-e Ample Ncilitie- are at hand tor boati gauo tUbing On the east aide i* a tine g* avei b.A«ch. whee the luxury of ses-ba hing can bt*e<jocd at a,l tiuios ol the tide. At n *b*rrt distance on the northeast, across an arm of rbe -ea i> Orr’s Nisid, c legated by Airs Beech er Stowe’s w I, known novel. Tee b a S*de tlou-e i- accos-iblo by land Ircm Brunswick lrft*«eu mile-*distant by ore o* the finest d ive-iu li e State, sod b, daily ateamb fr in l*o-f and through the inside paitagis among the island* of I he Hay. Visitors coming fr-m the K nnetec aud other pait*oi theinten r, can h ave the railroad at Bruns wick, aud proojod b sra*e o ilarp-*well, or coutiu ue to For*laud ami take tbe bUamer, which runs down and back iwi.ca day JJHN T. SMITH, Proprietor. JjAtf Ho! for the Atlant c House ! “ I*, rsoti* wi lling to spend the day at the Atlantic House Scsrboro’ Beach, will fitid a ooi l oach at o.<k Hi I Dt pot u pon t * g|J*rri%a of every train Fair li uin *.hc Dvpot lj| o the House, 00 cis jj* - .iru K. A. LIBBY & CO. OTTAWA HOUSE, eOlt ILANI) 1IAKBOU, MAINE JASON BEKKY, Proprietor, Will opeu for the s*a* »n, on Thuritlay, thchiih injt. This popular Watering TlacV, with it. Ji OMA X TIC A ’ K XBR Y, And HEALTHY LOCATION, situated on CUSHING’S ISLAND. 24 nn es from the cry. is un*urpa*-ed by any Sum mcr on me ftcw Lngiauu c»<a*t N h. t oaitiveijr cloaca ou lie babbath to ail transient vi*.to<*. 1 he bteaiuer will leave Burnham’* Wharf for this hltoa r^lsrlj. junel6-Jtiw BRADLEY'S HOTELj -OK THU American an'l European Plans, Cot. of Commercial & India Sts. ^ This House is »i nated'directly opposite ftft rant < UniLd flunk i ai run 4 liij.i at.1 head Iot Boston and 1 01 tluud Meauit is \\ hai 1 ( oui.e tea witi, this House is a hist da** iQrstcr Hiid Dining Hull. .» .tits BKALM.LV, Jr., tk CO., Proprietors. J. Bradley, Jr. i* H. Bradley. 4 janelSdftra Atlantic ECouso, SCARBORO’ BEACH. THIS Honse having been enlarged and [refitted throughout will open lor the sea* II son on _[ Monday, June 13, IKGI, _- , . K nl.NMsuN. If. B.—Positively closed on the Sabbath to all traus'em visitor*. juueli Ocean House Re-Opened! The undersigned having leafed for the season this u « it establish* d Wat- ring place, charmingly situated • n the outer verge ol Cape Klizabeth. With uurivailed facili ties for Bnihistg, Boating, and Fishing, Will open tor transient and |>ermaiient guests on and after Tuesday, the 7th day of June. E.i-n desirable eouve ience .ill be supplied for measure .ud CJIO ort, ut it, patrons wnu rcord Iw th« i«ju,ri m<uls and character oi a • first class hotel. We 'cel assured that < ur exertion-, added to tire uttusual at*radioes ot the house iteeir. wrlsccum us the «, prolut ou and patronage ol tht public. IFl‘oiil,i.lw rlotrd.n tkt .t abb. lit lLiL.Lt k JuKDaN, Proprietor,. Capo Elizabeth, June 7,1854. dtf BAY VIEW HOUSER CAMDEN. The Subscriber* take jloieure in an* tiouueiiig o tiu-ir frieii«iM.nd all interested iu liudiAig a Ural claas uta-skl# iiot-l aocoin i .nous* ions,tuai their new and spacious Hi,, le. <*A.r iw op nearly in June. It contain* ail the mid* eru im^ro\ t-meuis and every convenience it»r tLe couitort anu accommodation oi the travelling j ub ic it is finely i« cated, comma ding an uurtvalieu view ol the I’cuobsv-ot Bay. The ati*aut.iget oi sea bathing and the LxCilitiis lor fishing aid boating are unsurpassed. tor He beautiful act ncry and Oe igbtiul drive* and walk*, (.’auiucu in aht-ady lavor im anow u a*oue of ibe inosi liigible anu deligh • iul watering place* iu New KugUud. Connected wi b tut Hotel it a fine Livery Stable, horse* and ;ullage* having been sc ecte i with gnat cart. The are irom trie best tstani.shmeni* iu the wuniiy, auuon the moat approved styles Mearn uoat lauding*ea«y oi iccui steamer* touching e\ .ny da* iu tile wees. lelcgrapli LOimuunicatn-u # tu ail part* ot th« e* ur.tr*. I n *e wishing () K. -urn gvo4 room- win do wd to apply soon, a* many aiea.rcauj tugag d. CUsillNt* & JO tilt Si ON’, Proprietors. Camden, June d, 19t#.—dtf I'L'Usttiil Sul,ui bail Mixon. O^PIBI~HOTJSE, WEST BROOK. It Til* -egmnt suburban Waterin* Mace, u a pl-asant eminence near Oa »* L- *■ is , k*. a .. I.it. . r— ... _, , ... ,lbm«l ? hvoii p ao- u in the roost ample t rcer by *-i ■ B Ctuvcr.un, be mos rerjHCilully *< licit* lit wr tuiiou of the public, and cordially invite* a cmi Ir. in bis old In* ucs. «i<« bouse is pleasant, retired an quiet. The ■ uruiture au furunriui.gs «re all new, am the rooms '-*•> *''d st/htjy he ta'le* aie ruppiied with ah ilw d* sacAc.es a* web a* the substantial** ot the sea son, and the service ot one of tne very be*l cook* in l* have been secured. Extensive islted* and a fine -fable with roomy stall* -re am ug the oonveu tenet* of the tsiabiidime Lt A nice Hat hiug 11 o«*e *utli lent tor tne uccmumo sation «•! several bat bet* bus beta elected with s;i-t« projecting into ten l®et of water, aud the whole so ctmd from opservat on by a d using scieen Smoking Arnor* graee the batiks o; the l\md aud tuvite the indulgence oi the lounger. liopmg fjr a s are of the pub.ic patronage the uu dersy ued prom s • to span* no « fh. it tor the tn er luoment of bis guests. CEO W MlUp tl. ro..k. May 21. 1684_ inn 21Ulf Splendid Pleasure Kesurt! THE WHITE HOUSE. (JPOUMRBLY WILSOK HOU91.) J.P. MILLLn,.FBOFRIKTOR. 1 his popular hotel has recently oaeu pur* .chased by Mr Milieriol the Albion< ami has [been thoroughly rent ted. renovat'd and re ■ and numerous excellent alteration* —LB nade. It ia located on the bcccarappa road, mom lour mile* ft*oin Portland,affordingu beautitu) Jnve over a go>d road, and Just about far enough for pleasure. * U ha* a tine large Dancing llal) and good Bowling Alleys. In close proximity to the house is a warm *na roomy Stable, containing twenty nice stall*. There is also a well sheltered Shed, 1% feet long, lor Pitching horses . Jd*1® °h?lctt#t Suppers will be got up for sleighing ind dancing parti—, who will find it grevtly to their plaK°IJ*£"**'[*?'*& to resort to the While House. Wl** ^part'd for the entertainment ot ???: _ declft d tf HALLOWELL HOUSE REOPENE D! HEW FUBHITPRE & FIXTURES! 8.0. DENNIS, Proprietor. The public are specially informed that the vnactous, couvenh nt aud well known Hallowell Hot hr, in the c«-uUr of Hallowell, two mile* from August*, and four ini os from logus Spring, has beau refurnished, and is open for tt* reception ot company and permanent boarders. Kvery attention will be given to the comfort of guests. STABLING, and all the usual conveniences of a popular hotel are amply provided. * Hallowef , Feb. 1 1864. meh25 eodtf JLg THE AHEKICAX HoTse” gHlanoTer Street .... Boston, fhc Largest and Beat Arranged Hotel IN NEW ENGLAND. LEWIS RICE, Proprietor, oclfily r CtTV OF POHTLAND. M a yob’s Office, I j July 2. 1864. J f1ir,ZENS w|,or,"m««r,roM,1r c.u„, .... uot j /tab e to d-a/f.ttua ur de*ir u* .1 temg i rrwn iy repre ei.t u in 111 army bv r rejn-eg+uTative re- I • uit ss prrv Mted ■ l'rovost Harsl aliieueral's c r- i •ularXo. 26 of June 2 ttli la t ar - hereby not tiled • at rep esei.ia'i-e itcruit* can be ti ns* tumi-In d i lirougn th-r> c uitiugag* ni* of (bn ( py a .um ot less t* an • wo htiuund and ten dollars (21o) will •e »c«}uire i t© ii*d* posit* d rent • och per-on wi.-h •gto tl u- furi isli a necuit Folio* will have r** ui's n-signed to ihem in the order in which their lepoeits sr« made. Name* and deposits may be left f»’ e office of the Fi v Tr« as'ire* juljMlw JACOB McLKLLAX, Mayor. . FOR SALE & TO LET. H0U8ES AND LOTS FOE SALE, SITUATED OH Fruuklin. Alden, Wash met on, Mouireal, Foe ttnd Sumner Streets. PRICES FROM 91.000 TO #2,500. Also, TWO SMALL FARMS, iu Cape Elizabeth. Terms liberal to suit the purchaser. Enquire of ElillKlDCiE O ERR If, a; 2.3 dlw eoiltf No 69 High Street. Valuable Heal Fatal? for bale. I1TK Lave for sale a v|ry desirable Home, Ceo s'▼ traiiy aid pleasantly located, liniabcu aud lurmshed iroru garret to cellar; every thing iu aud aboU' the house iu perfect oid»r; will be told with (be Furniture, which * n good taste and iu Hue or* der Immediate possession given. i be house and lurmture cau be examined at anytime, aud tutor* .nation give by calling on iiENKk DAi LEY k Co., Auetioneers. may 19dtf Fa ml on Free iviret t for bale. rilllE va.uable real estate on Free street, known A a* the “Furbish property ” The lot is about 10G leet on 1 ice street and extends back about 1«4 leet. estate will be sold as a whole,or the easterly hall oi the dwelling house, with lot about 40 by 175 teet, will be sold by itself Application Hit) be made to James Furbish, Esq., »u toe premises, or to hLO.K B.JACKaUN, u yUti 60 Exchauge street. For bill?. rPHK Tana property, so called, on Windham Hill, 1 in Windham, eoutflufug about ten acres There are on the premises a goo i Two Cvtcry Dwelling oouse aud Bn*n, with other oui-bu.luiu^s. The property is pleasantly aituatid aud the neighborhood uucxoepliouable. rorumus Ac., apply to dedlois a jackson, Portia*. ’ May 18,1804. 60 Exchange bt. maylSdti For be!?. A SQUARE block oi land, of about 73000 acre* L%l. ot wood iauu, on the south ride of the river St Luwruuce i 4 Canada Last Ins interceded by two considerable i iver* with eligible Mnl eits. Well wooded witti every div>cr;puou ot timber, such as pine and spruce in large q ran titles, and maple, oercb. beech, lamarac uuu Lmx* wo d tv any amount. Enquire .*i 1J. T. MAC 11 IN, Portland. Portland. Feb feted*eodtf Foi bal? or to Lei. CLIkF COTTAGE, containing over 20 rooms,lartPstable and sheds—eituatedtwo j wild one-hall miles from Portland, ami the dn«i! k!' atiou in Caj-e Elisabeth for a wa tering place, and summer boarder*. For particular** enquire c; G KO. t > W KN, apV iff Hi Winter street. Portland. Fitrin for Sale. VGOOD I>rm of 97 aerws, suitably divided iuto tillage, pasturage and woodlands, 6 mi.es from t'ortlatd, two minu.eswalk from oak hill fetation Depot, bear boro. For pa. r>cula s apply to FjkANCi* LIB BEY. Iy4 dtl on the premises. House and Xoi for Sale. A TWO story wooden Mouse, No. 18 Adams St oet. 11 hirshed r» oms iu good order, plcuty of water, welt arranged for two families Inquire ou the premist s to H. o. Willard, or JettN C. PROCTOR. jy4 d2w Lime Street For Sale. VTWO itory llonae and Lot. situated on Port land atre.t, witli Stable and other out building*. Amo two adjoining iota containing abnur eight tbouaand aquarc fiet Enquire ot S STEVENS, No. 47 1’ortlaud alreet. juueDdtf House For Sale. VTWO atory wooden house. No. 18 Adama itreet, 11 liniahed room*, convenient tor two famlliee; pleuty of good water. For particular! Inquire ot B J. WILL*HD. Portland, May 14,1864. mayl4eodtf To Let. FOLK Office*. airgleor in auitea, over Store* No*. lot and 1M Exchange street, opposite the Inter nationa) Heme. App’y o j the preiniaea to i)4dtf A. I.. BROWN. For Sale. ONE Expreaa Wagon, nearly new, can be used for oue or two Horae*, it iiaa Pole and Sbufta complete. For price Ac., call at No.4 Free Street Portland. apr | aodtf To Let. STORE now ocoepied by ua. 1’oaaoaalon given immediately. Alao, a Front Office In Hanaon Block. )»■■* dtl_H. J. L1BHET A CO. To Let. ONE STORK in Galt'* Block Apply to H. T. MACHIN, ap22 dtf OFFICE OF TllE ATLANTIC Mutual Insurance Company, NEW YORK, JAM ARY 26, U64. 11HE Trustees, io conformity to the Charter o the X Company, *u; m«t the loilownig stale meat of »te afl tirs on tin- 31st !)• cetnUr. 8 8: rremium* received on Marine Ki*ks, Irorn lstJauuary, 1863, to 31»t Du* cembr, 1863, 31,214.398 93 Pr rtiiu in> on Policies no*, marked off 1st January, 1803, l,706.f02 24 Total amount of Marine Premiums. $10,u06,00l 17 No Policies have been faued upou Life Risks; uor upon Kir* Ri-k» disco*. - ueutid with Marine Risks Premium- marked off from 1st Jax, 186i, to 31st December, 18 3, $7,597,666 66 Losses paid duiiug tN same period. 8 6U5.661 04 Returns ot Premiums aud Expeuses, .967 48 The Company iias the foPoning Asso s, via: (Jaait d 8«an»H* d Mat ot New York Moc . t tty Hank au 1 *»ther Stocks, $3,492 631 30 Loaus secutt d by btocks.and dhei w ise, 1,460,700 f<0 Res- E tateand Bond* and Mortgages, 193,760 Oo Diwa* i d* ou Mocks. I a terest on Roudfc and Mortgage* aua* thcr Loans,*uu ary Note*, re i surarce ai d other claim* due the Comp’y . eaMinateu at 104.964 61 ptetu um Not*,s aud Rills Receivable, 3.278,676 63 Cash iu Bauk, '.44.818 8H Total inni«t of Assets, $9,266 4r6 32 Six |e. c tit interest ou the outatan mg certiti ca*« s o. p olitswi l b» psid to the holders thereof, or their le^al representatives, on aud alter f uusday, the Second of Kehiuary tut. Attf-r r**.prvinn Tlinv. »iwl (In* hell It. ii_ rtf prol'i. the <u titan dine certincitui of the issue of 1862. w 11 be redeemed and p^id to the hold* is there* ol. or Muir legal le resent atir> s, on and after Tues day. the Seeood ot IV ruaty next, from which date a*1 Interest thereon will reate The Certificate* to be j r«‘duc<-i at the Jim ol payment, ana cancelled A Dividtnd ot i*»r:> 1 * r O nt. i* declared ou the net earned pr* tniuma ol the Company, lor the year < tiding 3Dt Dcjemb r. 185', fo»- which certificate* will b- laauel.on and after iue&day, the Filth of April next. The Profits of the Company,ascertained From the 1st of Jul\ 1842.to thr l<*kof Jan . 1801. lor w inch t ertificate* were issued, am* uot to $ 14.323.880 Additional from 1st Jan., 1863, to 1st January, 1864, 1630 000 Total profits forfl| years. 916.868.880 The (Vrtilicatoe previous to 1862, have teen redeemed by ca-h, 11,690JIO Net earnings remaining with the Com I any. ou 1st January, 18C4, 95 263 670 By order of th* Board, W. 1 OWN SEND JONES, Sucre ary. THUST EES. John P. Jones, David Lane, Charles Dennis, .Lime* Bry»o, W U. II. Moore. Wm. Sturgis. jr„ Thos Tile ton, II K ltogert. UeuryOit, A. a. Low, W C. P.ck«TSgill, Wm. \r Do.f**, DwjiCurtis, Dennis Parkin*, Chas. tl. Kimsell, J* *. Gaillard, jr., Low U liolbr* ok, J. Henry Burgy, P. A. |1 argons, Cornelius Onunell K. W Westob, t . A. Hand. Hot al Phelp , Watts Sherman, Caleb Harstow, K K Moreau. A P. Pillot, H.J llow land, Leroy M. Willey, Renj Babcock. Danin S. Miller, Fletcher Wes tray, H. T. Nicoll, H. B Min*urn,Jr., Josh'a J Henry, GW. Rurubam. Geo. G. Hobson, Fred. Chauncey, Jamea Low. JOHN D JONES. President. CHARLES DENNIS, Vice President. W. II il MOORE, 2d Vice President. tOF* Applications forwarded and Open Policies procured t>y JOHN W. MI NGEH. Agent, No. 100 Pore street, head of Ijong Wharf, PORTLAND, MR June 8.— w2w&endtojan29 American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY! OK NEW YORK. Oupital *200.000, IS 11 <) i a, k -. Merrhauiliar. Ilou.r fcold Kurniturr. Krni,. Lrim, Vea *.I" ou thr Stork., »ud otkrr l*rr* *•»»• Proprrir m tor Lott. o.l rrlrh SAMUEL BROWN, President. WILLIAM RAYNOR, Socrotar. EDWARD SUAW Agent, 103 Middle Street. •ot27 lveod r.UM'KII>ATIt)!N. Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company. This Company will Polices to be free after the payment ot *ix, eight or ten Premium* at the option ot the insured and at rates as low a* any other Company. The Issue ol Free Policies louden* it at the least eijual if not superior to the participation companies. Office No. 103 Middle St. CHARLES HOLDEN, Pres. EDWARD SUAW. Sec. FehIA dfcwtf John kinniiiau, OAS FITTER., —ASP— Dealer in Ga« Fixtures, And GanA Kerosene Cooking Apparatus, T he public ate invited to exuniue and test these new iu entlons, which are highly recommended for lUuiuur use. NO 65 UNION STREET. Portland, June 14.-eoU3m KAILKOA.DS. I FOR CHICAGO. M1LWAUKIF. And all part* of tha Weat. IXtUBSlOA IKkITS M CHICAGO, MILWAlklK, And all other points at tha WEST, SOUTH * NORTH WEST, For sale at the reduced rates of far eat the Union Ticket Office, 31 Exchange St., XV. D. Little, Agent. JancMdtf FOR THE WHITE MOUN TAINS^ Montreal, Quebec, Niagara Palls, AND RETURN. Excursion Tickets for sale at the REDUCED RATES, Hy W. U ■ LITTLE, Anent, UNION TICKET OFHCE, jum'.'llf 31 Exchange street. 1 BEDUCEO HATES I IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS j -TOTH a West, North We3t & South West! , W. L>. LITTLE. IS Agent for all the great leading routes to Cbica* l go, Cincinnati. Cleveland. Hetri.it, Milwaukie, Galena, Oskoah, St. Paul, Lacrosse, Green Pay. Quincy. St. Louis, Louisville, ludi«uai>oJii<, Caiio, etc., etc., and is prepared to luttiisti Ihuolub ricKKia from Portlau-i to all tin* principal cities and towus in the loyal Stans and ( anadas, at the lowest rates ot taro, and ail needful information | cheerful:y granted. Travelers will tiod it greatly to their advantage to ’ j procure their tickets at the t (Jaion Ticket Otiice, 31 Exchange Street, | (UP ST AIMS,) W. D. LIT i'LE, Agent. KT’ Passengers for California, by the Old Line j Mall Steamer aud Panama Kail'oad, may be secured 1 by earlv application at this otiice. rick eta to Montreal ami Quebec and return (via ! the Graud Trunk Uailwsy) may be obtained at this agency on favorable terms. iua> 2£u* wtl Summer Tourist’s & Traveler’s Great CombintUou ot EXCURSIONS! For the Season of 1864. Tickets Good to Return to November 1st. fiSagaw iwiiT GRAND TRUNK RAILWAV. From Fortlaml —TO— | White Mountains, Montreal, Quebec, De troit, Cbicugo, W ilwaukie, Niagutn Falls, and return AT VMR I' Loir liATAS OF FARR. Only $10 to Chicago or Milteaukie, fcK out and return, via. Sarnia Line. To Chicago and Return, all rail, |3j, Also, to Bos to u. Now York, up the Hudson Hirer ! Saratoga, Lake George. ’ ; „ Keturuing from Niagara Fall* either by Grand i Kail way, or by ibe Koy*J Mail Lme through ' toe 1 tu umimi laUudti and Rapid* of the 8t. Law i react*. American Money taken at Par for Ticket#, Sleep I lug tar. and at Helreshuieut Saloons I Arrangements bs.e been made with the Proprie I totso! the principal Hotel, in Monareal, oueh o and B« trcit to lake Ameiican Molot at par, charging New Yoik Hotel prices. Kor Ticket, or inf,rmatiun apply to Aoukt of Grand I ruck Kail way. E. P. BEACH, General Agent,*70 Broadway N Y June U.^w L',W,“‘“ A«'aX’ ‘“■**or GRAND TRUNK RAILWAV Of Oanada. SIMMER ARRANGEMENT. MHB On and alter Monday, Juue2;, 18t4, ■E9B train, will run daily, (bundata exoeut eaTunuiturther notice, a. follows: ^ Up Trains. Lear* Portland lor inland Pond. Montreal and tjuebec at 7.0d a. a and 1.26 r. >. Down Trains. Leave Island Pond tor Portland, at* 30 a. n. and v 16 P. M. The Company are not responsible Tor baggage to any nmount exceeding <160 In value, and that per aonal, uulesa noitoe la guru, and paid lor at the fate of one passenger lor every *600 additional valuv. C. J. BRYDgES, Managing Director 11. BAILEY, Superintendent "'rector. Portland, June 25, 18f« B0Tg PORTLAND AND KENNEBEC R. R. SPRING k SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday,* April 25 1864 V.AUiMC: I’aseenger trains leaveSkowbegan fui "SM—^■81'ort auu and Boston, at 6 4J A. M , Au gu..a, li.Uu A. M and Hath 12 lu r.U. Auenaia tor Portland aud Beaton nl6.au A, u ; Hath 6 3u A. Portland for Ba b, Au. mta. WatervUle.Kendall'a Mills auu bkovvhegar, at 1.1UP. M. Portland for Batl. and Augusta 8 16 I*. M. Passenger, for ■ tationsun the Androscoggin Kail, road will change Cars a> Biuuswiik. The 110 . M. train f otu Cortland connects at keudali a Mills with Main. Genual Ralltoad lor Bangor. Ac , arriving same evening. p8iSt*C“ le*V® 8 ‘#r Ko'klshd at » A. M. and 3 Stages leave Angmta <or Belfast at 4 P M. Stages leave Skowbegan at 0 10 P. M for Auson So on. Ac. ’ Thro ugh Tickets for all the stations on this and the Androscoggin Railruod, can be procurred in Boston at the Eastern or Boa on and Maine station. April 18. IS*?’ AN,Subtend.., '•rfc * Utmtbertund Knilroad. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. — . -- On Si.H a fYna MnVIii V a it 1th., 1864, train* will leave as follows, uutil further notice saco River lor Portland at 6 45 (Freight Train with Passenger Cara) and 9.15 ▲. ac-. and 8 8o l* m. Leave Portland lor Saco River, 7.46 a. m. ai d 200aud6jl0 r m. The 2 00 P m. train out, and 5 45 a m train into Portland, w ill be freight train* m ith passenger cars attacked stage* connect at -accarappa daily for South Wiuotiam, \\ indhatn Center and Unit 1-ail* At Gorham lor West Gorham, Standmli Steep Fall*, Baldwin. Sebago, Biidgton. liiram, Liming* ton, Cornish, Denmark, brownfield. Lovel. Frye burg, Conway,Bartlett, Albauy, Jackson ami La tou, N. 11. At Buaton Center for West Buxton. Bonney Ea gle, South Limiugton, Limiugton end Limerick At »aco River tri-weekly, tor lloiiis, Limerick, (Jssipee, NcwUt-id, Parson* held, tiling am, tree* dom, Madison, # aten, Cornish, Porter, a c Fare* G cents less when tickets are purchased in the Office, than when paid iu the < ar». DAN. CARPENTER, Supt. Portland April 7, ISM. dti MAINE CKMTHAL KAILKOAP. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Trains leave Portland, Grand Trank f r Lewiston and Auburn, at 7 A. M. Fur Bangor and intermediate stations at 1.25 r.g RETURNING—leave Lewiston at 6.90 a m.. and arrive In Portland at 8.SO a. m. Leave Bangor at 7.90 A. M.,and arrive iu Portland at 2 15 r. m. Both those trains oonneet at Portland with trains for Boaton. Freight train leaves Portland at 8 a m., and re turning is due in Portland at 1 r . m. stages connect with trains at principal stations, daily for most of the towns North and East ot this lino. C M. MORSE Sup't. Watervillo N vember 1861. decll PORTLAND, WACO A PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. 8UMMKB ARltANGKMRSrs, Commencing April 11th, 1864. nMHHQ Passenger Trains will leave the 8ta* tion, Canal street, daily, (Sunday* ex cepted; as loHows: Leave Portland for Boston, at 8 46 a. m. and 3.(0 ». «. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.90 am. and 8.C0 T ■ Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.00 a. m. and 6.80 p. m. These trains will take and leave passengers at way station*. Freight trains leave Portland and Bostou dally. FRANCIS CilASE, Superintendent. Portland. Oct. SO. 1863. oc31 edtf MAINE INSURANCE 00. Augusta, Maine. TITHE Maine Insurance Company insure against A lorn or damage by Fire, Buildbrn, Merchan* due and Furniture. ou terms a* favorable as it can b done bv auy solvent Compauy. Policies issued for One, Three, or Five years. J. L. CUTLER, President. J. H. WILLIAMS,Secretary. EDWAltD Nil A W-Agent, No. 102 Middle Street. <w»VJ*odl V ■ NTERNATIO.VAL Fire Insurance Company 1 Of Xew Tori', Office 113 flr«Hw/*eag. CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000. WM. E. WARREN, President. HAMILTON BRUCE. Vice President. GEORGE W. SAVAGE, Secretary. Portland Board of Peference*. Joww B Biown k Son, lihusky Ki ktoiku k Co. H J. Libby k Co. John Lynch A Co. fhe unde signed having been appointed Agent j and Att^rkky for i hi- Cotnpa y, i* now prepared | to i«sue Poiicies ou Incurable Property at curreut i rate*. _ tr Portland Office. 166 Fore Street. JOHN W. MLftUUR, Agent. I June 3,1864 —ati I STEAMBOATS. • Portland and Penobscot River, Summer Arrangement, I SCI. THE NEW, STAUNCH AND COMMODIOUS S'i'LAtlEK LADY LAND, Built expressly for this route, CAPF. WILLIAM H. ROIX, j/rsntff* Will commence her Summer Ar- ! guixieut on MONDAY MORN June 6 h, Leaving Bangor ev- | ery Mo.-Uaj, WcdLe.ua> aud Friday Mornings, at ! 6 o’o « ck Keturuing will leave Railroad Wharf, foot of •Stall* »tnet, Portland, every Monday, Wednescay aud Friday Evening*, at 10 o’clock, connecting with the Eastern, Boston and Maine, ai.d Portland, baco aud Portsmouth Hai!roa*.». from Boston aud Way Stations, leaving Boston nf 3 o'cloc-t, 1* M. The boat w ill touch at Uockl*Ld, Camden, Bel la.-1 Bucksport, Wiuterporr and Hampden, both wavs. Pa-sengers ticketed through to aud from B< ston, Lowell, Lawrence, Salem aud Lynn. For more extended information, apply to J. O. Kcndrtcit. Baugor; tne Iccal Agents at the various la diugs; the Depot Masters of the p. 8 k P , Easierii, aud B. *• M Railroads: Abiel boiuerby, Portland; Lang k De ano. Loittou. or CUAS. SPEAR, Leueral Agent. June 4.—isdtf Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. One of the following first-class steamers of this Line fiz:—Peruvian, Hibernia, North American, Jura, Bel gian, No\a Beotian, klorariaii, Da luaecu*. *i.*»ail from Quebec. lVxrv Saturday Mu uni mi. for Liverpool via Lond< nuerry. A 1*3 the tteamurs St. David St. Ueoboi, St Amjrhw St. P.tbk k. tri monthly troin Quebec for lilasgow. Prepaid and return tickets issued at reduced rates. For passage apply to il. * A. ALL AN, Montreal, or to J L. FAH w EK, maylGdtf No. 10 Exchauge street Portland. International Steamship Company. Ka.stporl, Calais & St. John. TWO TIlll'S PER WEEK. On end efier Monday, March 38, the Kuiverior •«a-«*.in*r ctemincr NEW BKUN8WU K. Cent E U 'Whiche.hr. will leave Kmlroa.i W hari, i**o. oi state Street, every Monday at 6 o’clock 1*. M.. and the Steamer NEW ENGLAND I Capt. E. Eield, every Thuraday at & o’clock PM*' for .-aalport and tit. John, N. b , couneeliu* at East port with s'earner Queen, for Robiuson, St Au drew sand Calais, and with Staire coach** for Ma chias, and at at. John with steamers lor Freter icton and with steamer Em.rror lor Digbr Wind sor and Halifax, and with the E. k N. A. Railroad i for Ffcedlac and all way siatiocs. Thursday at 8 o'clock A. M., for Kastport, Portland and boston. Through tickets procured of the Agents and Clerk on board Steamers. ThursdayHreoe*ved till 4 o’clock P. M, Holidays and maytfdtf_C. C. BATON, Agent. Portland and Bo a ton Line the steamers Foreit City, Lewiston and Montreal . ytu. aotil further notice, ran nt AMBuSn fellows: I^,VB AtlnnUc Whorl, Portland, Fnreiu Cabin.ft.60 ” on Deck.i"v» Freight taken u usual. The Company are not responsible for bar rare to any amount exceeding *60 iu value, and that person al, unless notice is given aud paid for at the rate oi one passenger tor every *600 additional value. Feb.Id. IMS dtf L BILLINGS, Agent Portland and New York Steamers SEMI-WEEKLY LINE. The splendid end Cast Steamships . j' .mud LOCL'Sl POINT,’* Cupi..WiLLXTT, <■ Tl irr^and -POTOMAC,’’ Captain Sana’ *«=»■» wood, will.until farther noUoe, ran Leave Browns Wharf, Portland every WE Dim. 9D^..udSATLKl.AY. sup. SITS5 u2S?R Mturda^ a^LrpV EDN“DAT These vessels are Sited up with aneaeeommodetlons for pasaenrert. mat lng this the most speedy, safe and comfortable route for travellers between New Yorh and Maine. Paeenge *7,00, including Fare and State Booms. Goods forwarded by this line to and from Montreal. Sohn**' B,n*0,' **tB’ AagusU. Kaatport and St. Shippe rs are requested to mad their freight to the steamers asearly as S P. M., en the day that then leave Portland. r For freight or panage apply te KM FRY k FoTS.wi>Wharf. Portland. H. B. CROMWELL fc CO.. No. M West Street, Hew York. * Dee I. IMS. dtf flooel Xhvs lor the t'afortnuaie. TUI I.OXO SOL'UBT FOE D1SCOVBH ED AT LAST. Olieroke© IFLemecly -AMD CHEROKEE INJECTION. compoi'mded raox moors, barks and lbavbs CHEROKEE RE MED Y, the great ndian Din. etia, cures ail di eas.s of th*j Urinary t. gaus. such a-* Incontinence of the Urine, luflamation of the iKidneys.Stone in tie Bladder. Stricture, Gravel, Gleet, Gouorrhea, aud is especially recommended in those case* of Ftuur A/bus,[or Whites iu Females) i where all ihe old nauseous mediciues have failed. It is prepared in a highly concentrated form, the dose only being from ouo to two tca*poon!ul* three limes per day. It is diuretic and alterative in iu action; purifying aud cleausiiig the blood, causiug it to flow in all iu original purity aud vigor; thus retnoviug from the system ail pernicious causvs which have induced dis ease. CHEROKEE IFJECTIOS is iatf nded as an ally ; or assistant to the CHEROKEE REMEDY, au j should be used iu conjunction with that medicine in all cases of Conorrhea, Oteet, Flwtr Albutor White*. It* effects are heating, soothing aud demulcent; rt* I moving all scalding, heal, choadee and pain, instead »• *“v BuiiiTi uiuuuuriiiit' pain mar is experienced with nearly *11 the cheap vuacL tnjrc lions. liytbe use of the CHEROKEE REMEDY and CUEROk h E /AJECfluy—the two medicine* at ' the same time—ail improper discharges are reiuo\ed j aod the weakened organs ate aj toddy restored to full vigor and strength. For full particular* get our pamphlet from any drug storu iu the country, or write us aud we wilt mail free to any address, a full treatise. Price, CHEROKEE REMEDY, tt jer bottle, or ! three bottles for S5. Price. CUEKOKEE IXJECTIOX, h2 per to r or three bottle, lor #6. Sent bjr Express to any «J dress on receipt of the prioe. Sold by all druggists, everywhere. I»R. \V. R. M ERWIN A Cf„ 80LB rUOPUlBTOBS, No. 0‘J Liberty 8t., New York. Cherokee Cu re ! TUX UKKAT f X It I A X »/ E It I Cl X E. OOMrol’NDUD rttOM K'lliTS. BASKS AND LBAVK8. An unfailing care for Spermatorrhea, Semina Weakness, Nocturnal Eraiusiuua, aud all disease, cntmed by self polutlon; such us Lo.« of Memory. Universal Lassitude, Puios in the Buck. Dimness ol Vision. Premature old ^gc, Weak Nerves. Difficulty or Breathing, Trembling, Wakefulness, Eruptions on the Face. Pale t ouutcutuice. Insanity, Consump tion, and all the direful cmpluints caused by de parting from the path of nature. • This medicine isu simple vegetable extract, and one on which all can rely, us it has be n used In our practice for many years, uud.with thousands treated, it bis not failed in a single instance. Its curative | powers have been sufficient to gain victory over the ! most stubborn case. To those who have trifled with thsdr constitution until they think themselves beyond the reach ol in. dical aid, we would say, Ittspair not! the CUE It- ! OK EE CUBE will restore you to health and vigor, md after all quack doctors have tailed. For full particulars get u circular from any Drug itore 111 the country, or write the Proprietors, who i will mail free to any one desiring the same a Bill treatise in pamphlet form. Prio«, *2per bottle, or three bottle* for fS, and forwarded by exprea* to ail part* of the world. 8old by all ropectablc druggists eveiy where. DR. \V. R. MERWIN A Cw.. BOLK PBOPRI1CTOR8, feb8 eodfcwly No. GO Liberty St.. New York. Sl RUKGN liKXkRtL’* OFKICK, I W**hing!« u City, Juuelv4,1S44. } VIT" AN IKD Sur&e'hs anti Assintant : urgeons YY /<«' **<• i*.lort*l Trcop*—Candidates mu>t be .radua'e* of rome Regular Medical College, and nuHt be examined by a Board of Medical Officer* to i :>« convened by the 8urgfon tier era). The Board Bill determine whether the candidate will be* Bp- ' minted Surgeon or Aswiatant Surgeon, according to ncrit Application* accompanied by one or mor* ' te*t inoniai* from respectable person*. • * to mom] ;ha-*cter, fco. should u* addressed to the Surgeon { General, U. 8. A , Washington, 1>. C , or to the A*- ' notant Surgeou (ieuera). T. 8. 8., Louisville, Ky. ft >arda are now in *e**iuu a» Bosron, New Yo k, Washington, C'incinuati, 8t. Lcui*, and Now Or ean*. Al*o wanted. IIo*p tal Steward* for Colored Reg. ntenf*. ( anridst*- must posse-* a ta r English Ed icAtion. and be lam«>i*r with the com ounding and isp*»n«iug of Hediciur*. Applies ion* mut be made is hi ti e cue of >■ urk e >n* an*4 A**i* ant 8urgeon* fom pen* at Job from *28 00 to S33 00 ptr month with !.othing, ration*, fuel and ijuarte'*. JU8 K. BARNES. I Jui; l-Uiw8m Acting Surgeon General. MEDICAL. liExir! WKlOHT’S £"X'r REJUVENATING ELIXIR! OK, ESSEKCEOF LIFE. PBSFAKXD FROM Pure Yiobtablb Extbaotb CONTAINING NOTHING INJUKIOUS TO TBB MOST DBLI.'ATB. rpHE Rejuvenating Elixir ii the result of modern A discoveries in the vegetable kingdom, being an entirely new and abstract method of core, Irrespec tive of all the old and worn-out systems. This medicine has been tested by the most emi nent medical men of the day, and by them pronounc od to be one ol the greatest medical discoveries oi the age. One bottle will care General Debility. A few doses cure Hysterics in females. One bottle cures Palpitation of the Heart. A few doses restore the organs of generation. >rom one to three bottles restores the manlines and full rigor yf youth. A few doses restore the appetite. Three bottles cure the worst case of Impotcncy. A few doses cure the low-spirited. One bottle restores mental powrr. A few doses bring the rose to the cheek. This medicine restores to manly vigor and robu health the poor, debilitated, worn-down, and do Bpairing devotee of sensual pleasure. 1 he listless, enervated youth, the overtasked men of business, the victim ot nervous depression, tho ndividuai suiTjriug from general debility, or from weakness of a tinge organ, will all find immediate and permanent relief by the use of this Elixir or Es sence of Life. Price $2 per bottie, or three bottles for $6, and forwarded by Express, on receipt of money, to any address. 8old by all Druggists everywhere. DB. W. R. MEHWIN ft Co., 80LE PROPRIETORS, No 59 Uberty-st., New York. CHEROKEE PILLS! SUGAR COATED. FEMALE REGULATOR HEALTH PRESERVER, CERTAIN AND 8AFE, For tbo rwnorol of Obstruction,, and the Insarnne of Regularity In toe Recurrence ol tbo Monthly Periode. They cure or obvimtethoee nnmeroua diee«*ee th, epring from irregularity, by removing tbe regular ity tteelt. They eure Suppreesed.Exceseire and Tain fill Mcu •truation. They cue Gr«n Sicknete (Chloroele). They cure Nerroue and Spinal A fleet lone, paine in tbe back and lower parta of tbe body, Hearlneaa, Fatigue on alight exertion, Palpitation ot the Heart Lownees of Spirita, Hysteria, Sick Headache, Gid diness. etc., etc. In a word, by emoving tbe Irreg ularity, they remove the cause, and with it ALL tbe effecta that apring from it. Computed of aimple vegetable extract!, they con tain nothingdeleteriona to any constitution, how ever delicate— tbeir function being to aubetitate strength for weakness, whiab, when properly wed, they never fail to do. All letters seeking information or advice will bo promptly, freely and diaoreetly answered. Fall directions accompany each box. Plica 81 per box, or six boxes for K. Sent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of prioe. Sold by all reapeetable Druggists. Dr. W. H. M EH WIN ft Oo.. 80LE PROPRIETORS, No. is* Liberty-st., New York. fubfr odkcowlr Female STRENGTHENING CORDIAL. This Medicine la of long tried efficacy for correct ing all disorder* incidental to tbe feminiue sex. That tbo afflicted may teed assured that thia Cordial ia truly valuable and worthy their confidence,- not one of those secret compounds purposed to destroy healthy action, I add a lew testimonial* from phys ician* woom all, favoring the Electric and Reformed Practice «i Mediciue. reepect. # DR. WILLARD C. 1*EUROE, formerly Professor in the Worcester Medical College, and President of the Electric Medical Society. Maas., speaks 01 It in the following term*: "I have u*ed the Femaie Strengthening Cordial similar to that preparution by DR. GKO. W SWLTT, 106 uanover Street, and 1 regard it as one of the best Medicines for Female complaint* that can be found." DR. J. KING, Author of "Woman: Bar Dis ease* and their iren:ment, ' says: a>l'hi» Medioiue appear*to esert a specific influ ence on the Cterus It is a valuable agent in all de rangement* of the Female Reproouctive Organa." Dlt. SMI Til, Pr* *ideut of the New York Asso ciation of Botanic Physicians, says: “ No Female, if in uelicate health, fthoud omit the timely u*e of this valuable Cordial. 1 owe much of ray success iu midwifery to the use of thi* Medi cine." MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES The following from Dr. FaY Is worthy your no tice : *• Asa general remedy for Female Complaints this * Cordial’ ia a very valuable one. but by the Profes sion it i« esteemed more highly for Pa good reault duriug Confinement in relieving the great sufieriog attendant upon childbirth. 1 acknowledge with Dr. Smith that much of my uuccesa iu midwifery ia due to the use of this medicine It strengthens both mother and child. In each cases 1 follow tbe di rection* cf Prof King, by allowing my patient* to u»e it a few week* previous to coLfiu* me tit, as by the energy it imparts to the uterine nervous system I hr* Itlwir trill hu i-uw m ■ «t. _j _ the scrap* which many <ewaJe» arc liable to. No woman, if *he knew the great value of this Strength ening « ordial would tail to use it." 1 hare received numerous testimonial* from diff erent parts of the country w here used. Knowing the good it is capable of doing. I w 11 warrant every bottle ot my '• i ordial” to be satisfactory in iu re sults. The following *ymi»toms indicate those affections in which the AVma/e Strengths** g ioruial has proved invaluable: Indisposition to Exertion. Wakefulness, Uneasi ne**. Depression of Spirits, Trembling. Loss of Fewer. Pain in the Back. Alternate Chills, and Flushing of Heart. Drargmg seosariou at the Lower Part of the Body. Headache. Languor Ach ing Along the thighs. Intolerance of Light and Sound. Pais Countenance, Derangement ot «he Stomach and Bowels, Difficult Breathing, Hysteria. Ac.. Ac. it is a specific remedy in all Uterine Diseases, Chlorosis ot Green sickness. Irregularity, Painful ne*s. ProAme or Suppression of Customary Dis charge*. Leuoorrtnra or Whites. Scirrhne or Ulcer ate State ot the Uterus, Sterility, Ac No better Tonic eau possibly Ve put up than this, ami none less likely to do harm, and it is composed wholly ot vegetable agent*, and such a* we have known to be valuable, and have used for many years. PRICE, One Dollar Per Bottle, or six bottles for #5 Should your druggist uot have it. send directly to u*. and when s»x bottles or more are oideml we will pay all expense*, and have it securely packed from observation. Be sure and get that prepared at the New England Botanic Depot. 106 Hanoi <*r St Boston. GEO W 8WETT, M D , Proprietor. H. II. HAY, Agc.t, Portland. mcli3 eodtjm STATEMENT OF THE Ulna 1 it nil raiicr Company, OK HARTIOUD. CONN., On the 1st day of November. A. D. i*S3, as required by the Laws of the State of Maine. The Capital Stock is.*1.600.000 and with the surplus is invested as follows: Real estate, uniucumbered, S87,9t>3 19 Cash iu hand, ou deposit, and in agents' hand*, 216,960 86 Lnited State, Stock,, 612,617 60 State and City Stock,, and Town Bond,, 669.460 IX) Hank and Trust Company Stock,, 1,047.370 i0 Mortgage Bond,, 331,96, o j Atlantic Mutual Iu». Co’, scrip, 1963-3, 16,886 60 Total Asset,. *3,036.379 74 Amount ot Liabilities tor Losses not due or adjusted, *176.411 It Amount at risk, estimated, 116 616,479 ff TUUS A. Al.KXANDKU, Kresident. Ltrctua J. Uakdkk, Secretary. Hart/ord. Nov. 7. 1968. J. C. CHURCHILL, Agent, No. 4 Irou Block, Portland Pier. deefidtf Dirigo Insurance Company OF Tilt c/rr OF POUTLdtil). OlHre No. 4» Exchange street. Capital $200,000 1UUS Company is now preparetl to issue policies on all kinds of property insurable against Are, it cuireut rates * ’ A K. 8HLRTLFF. President J KKKMi All DoWSacr.ury. . .. „ DmaoToita. '• »■ Brown, K. 8. SpHur. I> W Clark. **• Carroll, John Lynch, H I Bobinson Tmr«TKK$ _ 8t. John Smith. EL M. Payson, C. II. Ilaskell, Andrew Spring. N. O. Cram, E'hilip it Brown. li N.Jose, lere. Dow, G. W Woodman, 1 J. Libby. II. J Robinson, I. N. Winslow. 8. C. Chase. Llvah Conant. Win. Moulton. %Portland. May 4. 1964 mayftdtt Board. a Gentleman and bis wife, and three or four sin t\. gl* gentlemen can tlud pleasaut rooms with j ioard at 6» ('umberland Street junaOd4W C. CRAM. | MEDICAL. Lyon's Periodical Drops TIE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon's Periodical Drops! ABB IITTIBTIAI ALL Pills, Powder*dt Quack I’reparation*. | Lyon’s Periodical Drops! -ABB Sure to do Goodand cannot do Mara. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! j The Great Female Remedy LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! | ABM BMTTMB THAI ALL PILLS,POWDKRS f QUACK PREPARATIONS LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARE SURE TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO BARM. [•' -• « f MB Lyon’s Periodical Drops THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops ARE BETTER THAN ALL PULS, POWDERS AND QUACK MKDICINKS. Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are Sure to do Good and cannot do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Great Female Remedy. i i LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS ABB BBTTBB THAW ALL run, rowders and Quack Preparations. | LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS , BUUJt T«4DO GOOD AND CANNOT GO BABB Lyon’s Periodical Drops THE QBEAT FEMALE BEHEST Lyon’s Periodical Drops An better than all Pills, Powders, And ^aack Preparations. Lyon’s Periodical Drops, Sure to do Good and cannot do Harm. Price, SI per Bottle. For nl* bjr all DragfitU. At whole,ale hr W. F Phillips, H. H. Uajr k Co., Portland. ui9 sod It CATARRH! - ■ iV v' • ■ > N0I8ES HI THE HEADI! CURED BY I.VrTALIXG A Harmless Fluid, ( OP AGREEABLE ODOR. NO VIOLENT SYRINGING Of the Hea4. THE SENSE OK TASTE AXD SMELL MESTOBXD DR. R. GOOD A LB’S CATARRH REMEDY. Dr C.oodale has combatted Catarrh until ho has , fought it down. It has been a long war. but bis tri umph is complete. Through all coming time his Ca tarrh Remedy will be known us tbs only one anti dote for u disease which »npcrliciali*ts have declar ed incurable. Catarrh doctors, so called. spridg up like mushroons on all sides. 1 be object of these pocket practitioners is money. 1 bey use dangerous instruments. Th«ir violent manipulations irritate the already inflamed membrane. They never cure. Dr. Good ale’s treatment is nudicinsl, not mechani cal. He does not believe in the foice-Dumo a v item which is working so much mischief. Ills remedy pnmee through the absorbents. to the seat of the dis and obliterate* it. It does not relieve merely for a day, hat for all time. Lastly, it costs a dollar a bottle—no more. Dr. Dodge of Auburn X. Y. A Iter having witnessed the effect, of this Eeme.lv ia Catarrh, thus speaks ol it;-It ii truly it.d uu conditionally a Herculean >puciic tor the t hole dis ease. Such an article ought not to be “Lid under a bushel.“ and any man who cnw invent »o trulv an | efficient and poei ivea remedy for sach a loathsome disease, ought to be considered one of the beue ac tors of his race, and Lis name and the effects ol Lis skill perpetuated. Your* respectfu'I . I>. L DOLMJK, A.M. Flint bidet, the well-known Traveller, And whose family physician l>r GoodaJe was for tnany years, »avs—“ it l)r Good ale says be can curt Latarih, be con care it,” Ac. Price f l heud a stamp lor a pamph’tf. l^f H UOoDALC'8 Office and Dep^t , 75, Bleekcr street, one dw»r west ot Broad way. New Yojk. 11 H. Hay Agent tor Portland June 2d, 1868. jun*2d!y TAKIt A M Patent Metallic or Copper Paint* FOR VESSELS’ BOTTOMS. To Owners and Masters of Vessels. Thl« superior article i> offered with the fulleat cob fldeuce. When applied to WOODEN BOTTOM VESSELS J*1 »*** *" luuD<* » perfect .at slit at- lur t opper sheathing, aud a COMPLETE PhESH. VAIIVE fr?"w},!HMS- barnacles, g kass. Ac v,». mM trading lathe Weal India aod southern Port, will find it particularly I or their intcrcat to use ft e rATkMT Mktallic oaiorrss Paiut. The proprieton will in every ca*e guarantee, not only that their Copper Paint in tufener to sny now in use. bu» also to any that has been heretofore of f red to the public. Printed directions for use accompany each can. For sale, wholesale aud retail, by the Maaufkc turers* Agents, LYMAH & MARRETT, Ship Chandlers, Mo. 115 Commercial Slreef. ap30 2taw3«_l’OKTLAS D. TOCLEARTHE HOFSEOF FLIEsT l « Hutekrr’i t 'elrbrultd LIGHTNING FLY-KILLEB, A neat, cheap article, eaiy to ore. Every sheet mill kill a quart, geld every whera. juae4J*w8w the BOSTOM F1KE BKICK And Clay Retort Manufacturing Co.. Works. 884 Federal street, Office andWareheuse 73 Liberty Square aud 7 Batter, march St. manufacture Eire Bnck, all shapes aud sires, for furnaces required lo 1 •tano Ike moat intense heat also Furnace Bloeks and Slabs. Locomotive Fire Hocks. Bakers’ uvea 1 and Green-house Tilee, Olay K tort, and urce saary , Tiles to set them, Fuu Cement, Fire Clay and Kauliu The undersigned will give their special attention , that all ord«r» for the above manufacture ars execu ted with promptness. • JAMES E MOM) dr<0. 2a*Ki'il,,tt AOB3rT*’ l** Libsrty Squars, Boston. ! mchll eodfim 1 J. W. SIKES, Forchriaer lor Easier! Aeceul or LOUR, (IRAIN. SEEDS, PROVISIONS, LARD, BUTTER and WESTERN PkoDLCE generally. tfl’en to shipping by qatekest aad cheapest routea. No. 161 SOUTH WATER sT r. o. Bo* «7i. Chicago, Illinois. „ Irrinwis-Messrs Mavoard A Sons Haw Chlckering; C. ILCummings A Co.; 8. G Bowdlear fcCo.; Charles A. Stone; Uallett, Davis A Co., of Boston, Mass^C ashler Elliot Bank. Boston J. N. Bacon ts^President Nearton Rank. .teuton. C. i MW41 "™ ^ A*o»*,New York CIU. 1 m1 ♦«, MEDICAL. ~HORE TESTlioWALSr & MRS. MANCHESTER la oonetautly receiving unaolidted teotimonlala cl the attonitking cure* performed by her. Among . many reoently received are the following, which are commended to the notioe of the afflicted. hire. Kan cheater may be eonaulted at No, 11 Clapp'd Illock, Hoorn No. A. A CASE or SPINAL LISP ASK CURED Thia la to oertlly that 1 went to tee Mra. Manchea ter lut March with a daughter of mine troubled with aplnal diaeaae, for which ahe had been doctored (oi Ire yeara, and by a number ot pbyaiciana of klnda; and ahe haa had twenty-one applicate one electricity applied, but all to no effect; but ahe cun tinually grew worn. I came to the eonclueion, the laat reaort, to go aad aee lira. Maneheeter, aad did ao; aad to my great aurpriae ahe told me the brat ante oi the diaeaae, and how ahe had been from lima to time, which encouraged me to try her medicinee. 1 did to. and now my danghter ia able to be around the bouae all oi the time. Sheaiao ridee ten or il teen milea without any trouble or inoonvcaianoe.aad I think in a abort time the will be roetorod to perleel health. Blnoe my daughter haa been doctoring, 1 ha v/heard of a great many caeca that Mra. Manchi a ter haa cured. I think if any prr>ou deaerrea pat, ronage.lt ia the one whotriee to preaerve the health of the tick and anfforiag , and 1 know that aoe eve every effort whiah liaa in her power to bandit her patiente. Sanaa L. Kkjuhtv, Ueot.au Km nun, Aaar K. b motive, kuna K> oata. Are*lwick, Maim*, Auguti US. ONE OK THE BEE A TES T CURES on RE COR Hna. Manonermn—Dear Madam:—Thinking a etatement of my eaae may be of aerviee to othere atmilarly afflicted, I haaten to give it to you. ThA ia briegy my eaae—I waa taken aick about It aaonthi ago with the Liver Complaint in a very bad form. I applied to four different phyaioiana, bat re volved no beneflt until I called on you. At that Una I had given up baaiaeee, and uraa ia a very had etate, bat after taking your medicine for a abort time I be gan to reoover. and in two montba I waa entirely well, and had gained aeveral poundt of fleah, and ana truly aay that by yoar tkill 1 am a perfectly baul ky man. Joerra Du via. Motion I Main* Depot. Portland, Me. A REMAREAMLE CURE OP A CASK OP DRU ST CURED BT MRS. MANCHESTER. Thia la to certify that 1 have been cured of ttu Dropay of Mean yearn a tan ding by Mr*. Mandat »•» ■ i uuvv uwb w ,up;cnw in pir.ua, new lore and Philadelphia. They all told me that they oouli do nothing for me, unleee they tapped me, and ae rand me that by tapping I oonld lire but a then time. I had made ip my mind to go home end lire na long aa 1 oonld with the diaoaae. end then die. On my way homo I etayed over night in Portland with a friend of mine, aad told them what my mind we* a regard to my diaeaee. Thjy Anally pennaded ae to go and eee Kn. Mancheeter. (ha examined me and told me ay eaae exactly. 1 wae eo aaok eetonlehed to think that the teid me correctly, that I told her that 1 woald lake her maul einee, not having the leant (kith that they would aa aay good, or that I (houid get the .lighted relief from any ooane whatever; anally 1 took the modi »ml t"»t home, la one week from the tiara I eommeaoed taking the medioto*. 1 had over three gallon* of water pom me In wren honre; and my fel low raXirere may he amoved that H wae a great rettel to era. 1 had not boon able to He down Is bed at sight befon thla for two yean. Bow 1 tea He do*' with perfeot eeee. 1 hart taken bar mediator eight moathe, aad am aa well ae aay man could y to he. aad ao algae of dropey. 1 would edrh that ere eiok to go and eoneult Mrt. Voacfai t«« If they hare been given np by other ; Brian*. I barn teat her a camber of caeee of ou dtraeaea, aad aha haa eared them also, do and for you reel vea. I had ao faith, but now my feitk oaaaot be ahakad la bar eklll to tolling and curia* dliimoa Cuuw f Hauiob, lamas t Haasos, Xmagor XMao April id*4” A' Own on Hotrua—From I A. l*. till IP. H. aaglT toAoutat edly DH. J. B. HUGHES oaa as ioupo at nia PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, No. 3 Temple Street, Where he oaa he eoaralted privately, aad with the atenoet ooagdence by the unj«led, at nil horn a dally, from 8 a. s. to » r. a. Hr. H. addrraeee thoae who are raftering under the affliction of private dueaae, whet her arming trum Impure connection or the terrible vice ot aelt-ubaee. Devoting hia entire time to that particular branch of the medical proleeaioa, he feela warrante.. in Ucaa • uTaatnurk Coax in au. Caaxa, whether ofloa •tending or recently contracted, entirely removtu the dreg, of diaeaee from the tyetem, aad making perfect aad PKKMA.WtXT CUUM. He would call the attention of the afflicted to i fuel of hi* long (landing and well earned reputation furuiahtogemfflcieBt aararaaoe of hia eklll aad eao CACTI OB TO THE PUBLIC. Every lutelllgeat and thinking perron meat know that reaaediea handed out from general nae .houid have their effleney eatablubed by well-tented expe rience to the hand* of a regularly educated phyai man, whine preparatory etudy Ata him tor all the dutiea be mart IklAH; yet the country h flooded with Cr noatrama aad cure-nUe. purporting to he the in the world, which arc not only aeeltaa, hat nl way* Injuruma The unfortnnnle abould be raxvio CLan in (electing hia phyaiclnn, na it ir a lamentable yet iacootrorertable feet that many ayphilitic ap tienlr me madamirenblu with ruined couatitun. na by malirratmeat from inexperienced phy mciaa* in fcneraJ practice; for it la a point gea. rally cotctdid y the bast syuhilograpki r*. that the study and Mac agement of three complaint* abould engroea tie whole time of thoae who would bu competent and •uocaralUl In their treatment and cure, the inex perienced general practitioner, hating neither cp portunttv m-r time to make hlmeeft aeunairti d with their I>athi>io*Y. common)v luarm*-. a.aim it.ii.iu el treatment, ta moat caoee makiug aa indiaci ram eta aao of that aatiquatod and dangeron. weapon Mtr aarj. HAVE CONFIDENCE. AU who bare committed ca eaoeae of can kind,, wtietbar It be the aoiltary rice af youth, or tbe Mine tag rebuke of miaplmocd eontldenoe ta laaturer yearn, SMMK POR AN ANTIDOTE IN SEASON. The PaiD» and Achen. and Lawitaite and Nerroua Froelratlon that may follow Impure Coition are tbe Barometer to the whole ayw.m Do not wait Ibr tbe conaummatim that ia a are to loj low.donot wait for Unaightly tier re, for Dnmbled Limbe, f,rTSw of Beauty and Complexion. NOW MANI THOUSANDS CA&TESTIPT TO THIS » T UNHA TP T EXPERIENCE. Young Men troubled with amiarlet > in .leep, e oompletut generally tbe rvaalt of a had habit ta yoath, treated aoleatUlcally, and a perfect cure war ranted or no charge made. Hardly a day paacca but we are conceited by oaa or more young men with the uLot e diaeare. roam ol whom are aa weak and emaciated aa though they had the ooaeuuption. cud by their tnendaauppwcd to hare It. All each c wea y Irld to the proper and eniy oorreet eoarae of Ureatmeat. and la a abort time are mad. to rejoice ia perfect health. MIDDLE AGED There are many men at tee a*.. . .... ...oara troubled with too frequent evacu«,i„u.- rrom tbe bladder, often aeeompaakd by u alight -martin* of burningaeuaatiou, and weakening the -y.tcm in a meaner the patient cannot account for. t)a rxam inlug ariaary dep- atta a ropy aedrment will otwn be found, and aon,etimea -mad! pnrticlea ol avium cr albamea will appear, or the color will he of e thin miikiah huo. again changing to u dark and turbid appearance. Thore ire many men uho die of tbi# difficulty Ignurant of tbe eaaee. which la tbe SECOND STAGE OP SEMINAL WEAKNESS. I can warrant a perfect cure in aucb oarea. end a fbll and healthy reetoratfon of tbe urinary organa. Pereoaa who cannot peraoually oonauii tbe Dr., oaa do ao by writing in a plain manner a dcecripticn Df their diaenae. and the appropriate re medic* will be forwarded immediately. All oorreepouJence atrlctly oonldential aad will be returned if deeirvd. Addreae. DR. J. H HUGHES. No. t Temple St., (corner af Middle’ Portland ar~ttead Stamp Her oireular. Eclectic Medical Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. DE. HUGHES particnlarIyi avlteeallLadteewha n««d a intxlicai advibtr. lo call at hie ruoam, No. 1 Temple Street, which they will gad arranged fot hriir eniwcttl aocu'iamodatjon D». Eclectic Renovating MedKlneearennrlTal mi in efficacy and anperior vlrtne la regulating all female Irregnlaritit- Their action ia -oecilic aad lertain or producing relief ia e abort time. —ADIES will Ind it iavulaable in all eaaee of ob SOfEE?' vi«UbV^Uin'inglT?t^ I, Se.t toaay part.fthe,o.,„T»„b falldireetloae 'f •‘‘VS"*''* . DR HUGHES, Me. I TampleStract, corner of Middle. Portland. H. 1.—LADIES doeirtag mayeoaealt oaa efthelt A lady ef euperieooe la oooatvnt attend lent d A wig JAMES EDMOND & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 13 LIBERTY SQUARE, .. BOSTON Are prepared to order at favorable rate., COLT fESS and GLENGAKNOCK PIG I R O TV , Liao, BAR, SHRKT.t BOILRR PLATE IRON, of Englleh end Scotch Manufacture. Weahalleontiaue to receive, iu addition to nnr .mericun Brick, u regular aupply of mchufodMaC°TCU’ * W ELCH FIRE BRICK

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