Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, July 25, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated July 25, 1864 Page 4
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MISCELLANY. the diamond ring. BY AMY BASDOI.I'II. It was the night before Christinas. Dark and over clouded, with white gusts of | gritting snow and raw air, which insinuated it- ’ Mlflnto every fold of the most voluminous wrappings. A night whkh was uncomforta- , ble enough to the rich, but dreadful to the poor. Mr. Aimayne did not observe the little blue nosed boy, crouching lu the angle iormed by i the brilliantly illuminated plate glass window, as he sprang from his carriage and weul slow- | ly across the pavement, into the bright throng- , ed shop. How should he? But little Ben , Morrow’s eyes, eager with the sickly light ol starvation, took in every detail of the rieh man’s equipage* and his purple lingers clasped one another tighle/ as he looked. Oh! he thought, how nice it must be to lie rich—to have cushioned carriages, aud big red fires, and mince pies every day ! Oh’ 1 wish I were rich! And Ben shrank closer intOjhis corner, as the wind fluttered his thin, woru garment, and lifted the curls, with freezing touch, from his forehead. Nor did Mr. Altnayne observe him again, when he entered his c&rlffcge, drawing on bib expensive fur gloves, and leaning among the velvet cushions wiLb a sigh scarcely less earn est than little Ben’s hsd been. The child’s ideal of a big lire would have been quite realized if he could have seen the scarlet shine that illuminated Mr. Almayne’s luxurious drawing-rooms that night, glowiug softly on gilded tables, alabaster vases, aud Walls of rose aud gold. While just before the genial flame, the pale widower sat, thought fully watching the flickering spires of green amethyst light, aud very lonely in his splendid •olltude! I wonder what made me think of home just then, he murmured. Idly tapping his foot upon the velvet rug. I wouder what alchemy con jured up the old house under the walnut trees, and the broken bridge, where the willow branches swept the water—the bridge where little Clara Willis used to sit aud study her lessons, while I angled vainly for the Ashes that uever would bite! How lovely she was, that golden-haired girl, with her blue-veined forehead, and dark, downcast eyes! I was very much in love with Clara Willis, in those boy aud girl days. I should like to know on what ahora the waves of time have cast her barque—it is not often that persons one has known in lang syne, vanish so entirely, aud utterly from one’s horizon. Poor Clara—what glittering air-palaces we build iu the future how solemuly we plighted our childish troths! And when I came back with the fortune cn whose golden colouades our fairy castle ol happiness upreared its pinnacles—she was gone. And Mary was a pool wife to me, aud • UW-UUI DUC *1 UUl 'IUI U II 111 11’ . As the thought passed through his braiu. he Instinctively glanced down at the Anger upon which he wore the betrothal gift of his dead wife—the ring was gone! Lost—it can’t be lost, he murmured to him sell, trying to think when and where he had last observed it Can it have dropped frotr my Anger without my knowledge ? I must notify the police at once, and have it adver tlsed!—Poor Mary’s ring—I would uot lose il for twice its value, and that would be ut mean ram! It was a narrow and murky little street with here and there a dim lamp Aaring feebl; through the white obscurity of the driving snow; but little Ben Morrow knew even one of its wrapped flagstones by heart, am ran whistling down the alley-way of a tal weather-stained building, undaunted by wio< or tempest. See, sis, what a jolly glove I've found! hi elaculated, diving suddenly into s narrov door-way, and coming upoD a tiny room, ouli half lighted by a kerosene lamp, beside whiei sat a woman busily at work. Halloo! is tin fire out? Wrap this old shawl about you, Ben, sab the woman, looking up with a smile that par took more of tears than mirth, and you wou’ mind the cold so much. Every cos? is gone and I can’t buy any more untl I am paid fo these caps. Did you sell auy matches ? Not two papers, sighed the boy. I was s cold, Clara—I could’nt go round to the holi es! Well, never mind, Benny, she said cheei fully. Sit close to me, dear—we’ll keep eae other warm. Oh, Benny! I should like t have given you a nice new coat lor Christ mas. Don't cry, sis, said the boy, leaning hi hesd against her knee. Didn.t you give m your s'l iwl for a comforter, only I lost it, tba windy day? You are just as good and s wee as you cau be, Clara, and 1 love you just a well as if you were my whole sister instea of only half a one. She smiled through her tears. What was it about a glove, Ben ? Ha srpang up suddenly as if in rememb* la«. A gentleman dropped it in the street, ran i f.er the carriage, but it went too fa for me to catch up. Isn’t it nice, sis ? Vary, Ben. She drew the fur glove abstractedly on hi chill hand, and looked at the rich dark fur. Why Ben, what's this ? For her touch had come in contact wit something in the little Anger of the glovi and she drew it out Even by the dim llgt of the lamp she saw ths- myriad spaikiiu angles of a diamond ring. The gentleman must have drawn it off wit his glove, she said, while Ben stood by, 1 open-mouthed surprise and delight Bet this is very valuable—we ought o return to the owner at once. But how can we, if we don’t know w ho 1 is? said Ben. It will be advertised, dear; every eflb will be used to recover so valuable a jewe To-morrow morning you m ist ask the new* inau to lend you a paper for Ave minutes, an we will look at the advertisements. Sister, said Ben Morrow, under his breab is it very valuable? is it worth an hundre dollars ? More than that, Ben—why ? O j, Clara, he sobbed, burying bis face i her lap,a hundred dollars would lie so nice! wish U wasn't wrong to keep it! Clara did not answer—she only smoothe dowu her little brother's tangled curls, an he never knewuow hard It was for her to kee back her own tears. Mr. Almayne was walking impatiently u and down his long, glittering suite of roon in the Christmas brightness of the uext day noon, when his portly footman presented bin self, like a respectable, motionless statue 1 the doorway. VYell, Porter. There’s a young person and a little boy dow »muo,bu, awui uie aurerusem^Di. Ask them to walk in. Porter. Porter glanced dubiously at the velve chairs and Wiltou carpel. They’re very shabby and muddy, sir? Never tntud; show them in. Porter departed, by no means pleased, an in a minute or two threw opeu the door, an announced—The young person and the lilt I boy! Be seated, said Mr. Almayne, courteous!) Can you give me any information iu regard t the riuglhave lost? Ben Morrow's sister was wrapped in a wor shawl, with a thick, green veil over her fact She held out the fur glove, and within it a lit tie paper box, from which hlazed the whit Are of the lost ring. My brother found it In this glove, last night air, she said, in a low, timid voice. The inili ala—M. A.—correspond with your advertise meut,so we brought it at once to the strei and number specified. Mr. Almayneopcued his pocket-book. I have promised a liberal reward, he said taking out a fifty dollar bill. Will that be su: flcieut? Clara Willis threw back her veil. We are very poor, sir, she said, but not si poor as to take a reward for doing our duty Thank you, all the same. Come, Benny! Heury Almayne's cheek had grown ver white as he saw the golden braids and cleai blue eyes pfhls sweet first love beneath th' laded black bonnet. Clara! he exclaimed. Clara Willis! is ii possible that you don’t know me! She turned at his wild exclamation, am] gazed fixedly a*, him, with dawning recogni Are you—can It be that you are Heury Al mayne? she faltered, only half certain of the correctness of her conjecture. He took both her hands tenderly aud rever ently iu his; if she bad been a duchess, the ac tion could not have been more full of courtlj respect. Clara—do not go yet, he said pleadingly Let me unravel this strange enigma of our two lives! Oh, Clara, If this Christmas day hat indeed brought me the sunshine whirl never yet irradiated my life, I shall bless it tc my dying day. The low sun Sauted redly in the west, before Mr. Almayne’s carriage—me very one which Benny had so ignorantly admired the night before—was summoned to carry Clara and her brother, for the last time, to thair squalid home. For ere the New Tear dawned above the wintry earth, Clara was married to the man who had courted her under the green willows that overhung tho wood bridge, ten weary years ago. It was a very short engage ment—and yet it was a very long one! And Benny Morrow, basking iu the reflect ed sunshine of his half sister’s happiness, found out what It was to be rich! H O T E LS I CHANDLER, HOUSE3 Botliol. UThis Hotel, located In the most beautiful and romantic village ou the line of tbe Grand Trunk Railroad. 20 miles trom Gor ham, N. H..ha« bc-c-n recently built, with special ieierence to tbe wants of th© pleasure-trav eling public. It coutalus titty spacious, well venti lated and neatly furnished room-, from all of which views cl grand roouumiu scenery may be had. No paii* will bs si ared tomuk* tbi- a lavorite resort tor the tourist and p'eaaoro-aeekeis. 1'articular atten tion will be paid to Sportsmen, and conveyance to the lake*, and all places ot interest will will be fur nished on rtasouable terms. Horses and carriage and saddle horses to let. A good bow ling saloon is connected with the house. A Carnage will be in constant attendance to con vey guests of the house from and to the depot, on the arrival and depsitute of passenger tia ns. Transient and permanent boarders so.itcd. Y S < HANDLER k CO..Proprietor#. Bethel, Me, July V* - dim Sea-Side House, H4KP.UVEIX NECK. C A S C 0_ BAY. This elegant and commodious Ho tel, situated on the extremity of ? Harp swell Neck, about hall a mile l# ow the we! -known Mansion ; House, ha-just been completed afV r I the"design- • • i T7 M. Hakimnu. E •( . Architect, and under h:* superintendence, aud will be opeu tor ; ; company On nnd nftrr Hie Fourth of July, The House is th-i largest establishment, construct i ed expressly for the purpose of a Hotel, st any Wat I ©ring Place on th© coast of Maine. It is situated in j the centre ot a dense grove rf old-trees, with ave : nue« and vista- open mg to the waters of th.- Bay, ! but a tew vaids di-taut ou either side. Nearly surrounded by the sea. and abundantly -haded by trees, the House has a spacious and beau tiful verandah extendiug o. er three hundred and thirty leet on three sides of the building, with wide uud thoroughly ventilated hal>« and cotridors in the , interior, so that visitors can enjoy the most cample o ; protection from the summer heat. The steamboat w harf and boat landings are cu th© west side, but a lew steps from the House. Ample facilities are at hand for boatiug aud fishing On t Ik* I east side is a line gravcltaich. where the luxury of j sea-hahing can be enjoy ed at all times ol the tide. At a short di-tanc© on the northeast, across an arm of the sea is Orr’s Island, celebrated by Mrs Beech- | | ©r Stowe's well known novel. The 8* a Side House i* accessihlo by land from Bruusw ick, fifteen miles dislout. by one of the finest , drives in the State, end bv daily steamboat from . Portland through the inside passages among the i island* of the Bay. Visitors coming from tbe Kennebec and other ( parts of the iuterior, can leave the railroad at Bruns wick, and proceed by stage to liarpswell, or contin ue to I'ortland and take the -team«T. which runs down and hack twLae a day. JOHN T. SMITH. Proprietor. 1 Jy4t f _ __ Ho! for the Atlantic House! Perrons wishing to spend the day at the 1 Atlantic House. Scarhoro* Beach, will find a good Coach at Oak Hill Depot upon th© arrival of every train. Fair from th*1 Depot lo the House, «0 cts. julj‘iulm E. A. L1BIU A CO. OTTAWA HOUSE, POKTLAM) IIAKIIOlt, MAINE JASON BE1IKY, Propbiktob, Will open for the season, on Thur*d<tn, theVdh nut. This popular Watering Place, with its ROMAXTIl scenery, And HEALTHY LOCATION, situated on CUSHING’S ISLAND. | 2J miles from the city, is unsurpassed by any Sum mer Keaort on the New England react. N. B. Positively closed on the Sabbath to all transient visitors. The Steamer will leave Burnham's Wharf for this Bland regularly. juuelGdGw BRADLEY'S HOTEL, -O* TUX American and EnropcHii Plnn«. Cor, of Commercial & India Sts. This House is si .nated [directly opposite the Grand Truuk Haiiro&i Depot, and head of Boston and Portland bteamers’ Wharf Connected with this House is a first class SROystcr and Dining Hall. •UM1.3 BKADLEY, dr., & <U, Proprietors. J. Bradley, Jr. Y. U. Bradley. junelodGm ' Atlantic House, SCAR BORO’ BEACH. ITUS House bat ing been enlarged and 1 refitted throughout will open lor the sea , si>n on Monday, June* 13, 1804, E. Gl.NMsON. N. B.—Positively closed on the Mbbtth to all transient visitors. juuell Ocean House Re-Opened! The undersigned having leased for the aeasonthis woi. e-tabiMu-d Watering place, charmingly situated cu the outer verge ol Cape Elizabeth. With unrivalled lacili ties for llaihiofr, Boating, and Fishing, Wiif open lor transient and permanent guests on and after Tuesday, the 7th day of June. Every desirable convenience will be supplied lor 1 tb** pleasure and comfort# of its patrons with regard ,» j to the iotjuiremcntb and character o! a FIRST CLASS HOTEL. We feel assured that < ur exertions, added to the unusual attraction# ol the house itself, willsecure ti the approbation and patronage of the public. Z2T“Potitut/ff cloiidon the £al>bat!<. m HILL k JOB DAN, Proprietors. Cape Elizabeth, June 7, 1864. dtf BAY VIEW HOUSE, CAMDEN. The Subscriber* take pleasure iu an nouncing to their friend* and *H interest* • iu finding a first cla<* **a-sid* Hotel accon-. _nio*iation> that their new and *paci<-U!> He te: wiu be op*n early in June. It contain- all the mod j eru improvement* and every convenience tor tb* 0 comfort and accommodation o! the travelling pub lic* It is finely located, oommaeding an unmade. •j ; view of the Penobscot Bay. Tb© advantage} of *e»> 1 bathing and the facilities for fishing and boating are unsurpassed. 1- or its beautiful scenery and de lightful drives auu walk*, < arndeu is al.-tady favor (1 ; abi> known as one of th* most eligible and deligh - ful watering places iu Mew* England. C'onn<«ttw with the Hotel is a fine Livery Mable, hersts and !’ | cariiages having been selected with great care. Th* 1 j carriages are from the best establishment* in th couutiy, andou the uiQNt approved style*. Steam boat landings easy ol acres*; steamers touching ev ery dav iu the week. ielograph couiuiunicitit'! “ wr:lh all parts of the country. Those wishing io se i ! cure good rooms will do well to apply soon, as man v are already engagi d. \ CLSHlXt. A JoOXiJTOX, Proprietors. < amdon, June 2. 18e>8.—<ltf Pli-nsani Sitlmiltuu K«*»ort. i CA.T?ISIC_H[OTJSE, WESTBROOK. This elegant suburban Watering Place, [located upon a plea-taut eminence near < a pisic Pond, but 21 miles from Portland, hav iug been placed m the most ample order by ithe subscriber, lie mo*t respectfully solici: 1 ! of the pohiic. »nd cordially invites a call irora his old friends. the house is pleasant, retired ant quiet. The furniture an-1 tdroishing- are all new , anu iheroon, table- are supplied with ali the delacacies a- well as the substantial* oi the s*a •ou, and the service of one of the very best cooks In *** England have t-uen secured. Extensive sheds uurt ft hue stable with roomy stall* arc among the convenience* ol the establishment 1 A nice Bathing House sufiicieut for the accommo dation of several batln-1» has been * reeled with steps projecting into ten feet of water, aud the whole se cured from observat on by afLating screen. * * poking Arbors grace the baaks of the Pond aud , invite the indulgence of the lounger. Hoping for a share of the public patronage the un dersigned prom>is to spar*- nb effort for the en’ei ' tainmentuf his gue<ts. GEO. W. MUKCftl. • i bro°*» May 21. 1864. mit21dtf Splendid Pleasure Resort! THE WHITE HOUSE. (niBMUBLV WILPON HOUR!.) J. P. Ml LLKU,.PKOPR1ICTOH. Thia popular Hotelhn* recently been pur* Johaaed by Mr. Hiller (of tbeAlbion)and ha* been thoroughly refitted, renovated and re paired, and numerous excellent alteration* made. It is located ou the baccarappa road, jout lour miles from Portland, affording a beautiful drive ovar a goad read, and ju*t about far enough for pleasure. It has a fine large Dancing Hall and good Bowling Alley*, in close proximity to the house is a warm and roomy Stable, containing twenty nice stalls. There i* also a well sheltered Shed, 1% feet long, for hitching horses. ** 1 he choicest Suppers will be got up for sleighing and dancing parties, who will find it greatly to their pleasure and advantage to resort to the White House. Ho effort will be spared for the entertainment of *ao,ta‘_ deoUWtf HALLO WELL HOUSE R KO PENEDI NEW FURNITURE & FIXTURES! S.O. DENNIS, Proprietor. I „ •*“ The public are apociallr informed that tbc i spacious, convenient and well known llmowiu '*1® center of Uallowell. two miles from WnVr,'..*?'! l"“f mile. from Torus Spring, has ooumanvVti*!1®^’ anrt opf,rl for ,b* reception of uJlVi5 *Bd permanent boarders gueeu.7 * wi“ b® **vcn "“i comfort of ,ST A EX. ING, •' * POP-"- “otei, HaUoweli. Feb. 1 19M. mcbKeodtf THE AMERICAN HOUSE, [Hanover Street .... Bo.ton, The Largest and Beat Arranged Hotel IN NtV KNUJLAND. LEWIS RICE, Proprietor. I aoltly PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS. PKOl'OftALs KOtt riUULIC AXU MAiXBt- | jAl.S ♦ i >K rilE XAVV NiVI i)WAKTS1EKT. ) i Hunan nfOwttructioM unJ Jttpair. 5 Ju/ :•»», 1804. • ) AW. </ Proposals to furnhh 1 imbcr aud Material* for the Navy, for tla- fiscal tear ending June 3>». I l•**»j, will !»<• receive 1 at tue Hun an <>1 Consti nation *ud Repair, until 10 o’clock ol the i t day of Au gust neat, at which time the opening will bo com- i meuctd. . „ , _ Proposal* must be endorsed “1 reposa*- for lint- i her and material- tor the Navy, that they may be | ili-tinaui-bed iroin other busiuc.-* U tters, ami di rected to the Chief of the Hunan ol construction aud Repair. 1 he material* aud article* < unbraced in tue classes ! iiane d arc particularly described in the primed . schedule'*, any ot which will ie luruiehod to such a* desire to offer, on application to the commandant* | oi the respective yarns, or to the Navy Agent* near i-t thereto, and those of all the yard* upon aj plica- ; tion to Uis Bureau. Inis divisioniuio cla.--> - being for theconvcnieuoe ; of dealer* iu each, such elar-e* only will belhrnish ed as are actually required tor bids. The < omuiaud ant and Navy Agent »«r each station will, in addi tion to the schedule ol classes of .heir own yard*, have a Copy of the schedule* ol the other yard* for ( exsminautfu only, from which may he judged wheth- ' er it will be desirable to make application lor any ol the cla>*e* of those > aid-. All other thing* be'ng j equal, | reference will be given to article* oi Amer ican minu£acture. Offers mu.-t be mah for the whole of the class at any yard, upon one of the printed schedule*, or in strict conformity therewith, or they w ill not be con sidered. Upon application to the bureau, to the t omiuaml ant ot any yard, or to any Navy Agent, the form ol oiler, oi guurauty. and other neces.ary iuiormatiou respecting the p opo ml*, will ho furnished Ihe contract will be awarded to the lowest bidder who give* proper guar untie*, as rtquired by the law ot August 10, 1M0, t e N’a\y Department reserving the rigut iu reject the lowest bid. or any which may be deemed exorbitant. The contrast* will bear date tic diy the notifica tion is given and deliveries can lie d. inanded ftoin | that da;e. burettes in the lull amount will be required to sign ' tfce contract, and their responsibility certified to ny a United States District Judge. United S ates* Dis trict Attorney, Collector or Navy Ageut. A* addi- I tioual security, twenty per centum will he withheld ! from the amount ot the bill* until the contract*shall have been completed, aud eighty per centum of each bill,approved iu triplicate by the i ominandants ot The respective > ard-, will he paid by the N a> y Agent* at the points ot delivery, in fuud* or certificate«, at the option of the Government, within tea day* af ter tue warrant for thetame shall have been paused by the Secretary of the Treasury. The following are the classes required at the re spective navy-yards. KITTEUY. Class No 1, While Oak Logs; No 2. White Oak Keel and Keelson Tieoe*; No 3. White Oak Curve Timber and l\ne<; Vo 4 White Oak Clank: No 6. \ ♦llow T*u ? Dog*; No 7. Yellow Tine H. am*; No 8, bellow Tine Madnaud Spar limber: No 11, White Tine Tiauk uni boarus; No 12, White l*ini ii'.d White oak Dec k Tiauk ; No 13. Ash Dogs aud Tiank; No If. A-hOars; No lu, Hickory Butts; No 17. Cedar b(*«rd*; No 1>, Locust; No 1», Whit-.* oak Stave- and Heading: No 2 . biack .Spruce; No 23, Lignuinviia'; No2o, Iron, round, fiat aud •qtiare; No 28, Steel: No 27. Iron Spikes; No 88. Iron Nails, wrought and cu : No h •. Lead: No Si ,T*n and Zinc; No 33, Hardware: No .<4, i«o.* for Store*; No 38 While Lead; No 37. Zinc Paints; No 88, Colored Taint*, dryer: No Turpentine. Varnish; No 40, I .i>■ 1 11i \n 41. Gla-♦: No 44. Kish Oil : Vo 4.*i. I allow, Soap: No 47. Ship Chandlery. < 11A &L IP to wit. CIa«iXo 1. White Oak Logs; No 2. White Oak Keel Piece*: No 3, White Oak Curved limber; No t Whit** Oak Clank No 6. bellow Pine Log?; No 10,White Pine Ma t* aud bnar 1 i mber; No 11, v\ hite Pine Log* Plank an t Boards; No 12, White Pine Deck aud S age Plank ; No 13, Ash la g? and Plank ; , No 14. Ash Oar*; No 16. Black Walnut aud Cherry; No 1*\ Locu- : No 18, White Oak Stave* aud Head ing?; No 26, Black Sprue* ; No28, Ltgnumvitie; No ; 26, Iron; No 26, Steel; No 27. Iron Spikes; No 28, | Iror. Nails, w fought, aud cut; No 30, Lead; No 81, /.inc, Tin aud Solder; No 33, Hardware; No 34, Tools for Store, Ac: No 86 VThitc Lead; No 37, Zit.c Paint*; No 3-S Co ored Paint.*; No 38, iurpeuiine and Varnish; No 4*. Lios* edOil; No 41, Ola**; No 44. Whale Oil: No 45, Tallow, Soap and Sweet Oil; No 47, Ship < handler) . BROOKLYN Cla-« No 1. White Oak Log?; No2, White n&k Keel Pieces; No 6. White oak Curved Timber; No 4, White Oak Clank; No6. Yellow Pine Logs; No 7, Yellow Pme Beam*; No 8, Yellow Pine Mast aud Spar Timber; No 8 White oak Board.* and Plank; Noll. While line Timber and Logs; No 13. Ash P auk No 14 Ash itars; No 15. Hickory Bars aud Hand Spikes; No 16. Bla< k Walnut and Cherry; No 17. ( edar; No 16. Locust; No 18, White «»ak Staves aud iica- ing; No20, Black Sprue*-: No 22, Mahog any; No 23, l.ignumvi'.T; No25. Iron, round, flat, aud square; No 26 8t»el: No 27. Iron Spikes; No 28, Irou Nails, wrought and cut; No30, Lead; No 31, Zinc, Tin; No 33, Hardware; No 34, Tools for Stores; No86, White Lead ; No87, Zinc Paint: No S>, Colored Paints, dryers; No 89, Varnish; No 40, l.iuteedOil: No 41, (»lass;* No 42. Brushes; No44. T i*h Oil; No 45, f allow; No 47, Ship Chaudlery. PHILADELPHIA. < ia** No 1. White Oak Logs; No 2, White Oak Keel Pieces; No 3. White Oak Curved Timber; No 4, White oak Plank ; No 1 White Pine Mast and Spar Timber; No 11, \\ bite Pine Plank aud Boards; No 12, White Pine Deck Plank and Stage p nek ; No 13, Ash Ixig* aud Blank ; No 14, Ash Oar.* ; No It), Hlack Walnut. < h rry, Mahogany; No 16. Cjfrest and Cedar; No 16, Locust Tree nail*; No 2d. Black Spruce; No 23, Lignuuivita-; No 25. Iron, round, flit, square; No25 Steel; No 27. Iron&pike?; No 28. Jr n Nail*, wrought, cut; No3f. Lea*l; No 31. Zinc, Tin, and Holder: No S3. Hardware; No 34, Tools for Stores; No • «ad; No87 Zinc Paiata; No88,Col orded Palms, dryers. Ac: No 88, Vari.i It; No 4*', LioseedOil; No 41, (.!««•; No 44, KiahOii; No 45, Tallow. Swap. Sweet Oil; No47, Ship t handlery ; Nc 48, oakum; No 60, Ingot Copper, WABUIHOTOB Class No 3. White Oak Knee Piece?; No 11, Whitt Piue Plank and Boards; No 13 Ash l*lank; No 14 Ash Oars; No 16, Black Wa nut, Cherry, and Ma hog any ; No 17 (-')rets; NoiO, Spruce Pine Spars No *2. Poplar; No 26, Iron, round. flat and square No 26, Steel; No 27, Spikes; No 26, Nails; No 3» Lead; NoSl Zinc, Tin. and Solder; No 33, Card war**; No 84. To d* for Stare*: No 36. White Lead No87, Zinc Paint; No 3" Colored Paints; NO :t9 1 nip«*iitiue and Van i*h ; No 40. Lin»«-cd t HI; No 41 Lias- : No 45. Tallow, Soap. Ac; No 47 Ship Char d lery : No 46, oakum; No 49. Tauk Irou: No G»». lu got ('upper: No 52 Pole*; No 51, Bellows. jatyMlawiw Ori i.nam torru k. WAE UirARTXK.XT, Waphi*<.tm«. July 4, 1864. Mealed propo-al* w ill Im» received at this office un til Monday, Ju*y 2». at 4 1*. M., tor 100,00J set* o I ntautrv Accoutrements, calibre f*4*, to be delivers in tbe following quantities at the uucb-ruaiut'd Arse j Ml, viz : 90.000aetc at tho New \ ork Arsoaa), Governor' Inland. 90,0n0 *tt* at tlie I rankibit Arsenal, ltridesburg Pa 340,000 sets at the Aiegliany Arsenal, Pittsburg 1 Pa. 20 000 sets at tin St. Louif Ar* nal, Mo lO.OAl nets at the Watertown Am nal, Ma<*. These Accoutrement* are to be made in strict con formitv with the nrv pattern M*ts, to be seen at tin Arsenals above named. with the fo lowing ex cep i tious. viz : The thoulder belt will bo tut two iu 1 chsi wide, and no shoulder belt-plate wil! be tur niahod ; tie inside U p ot the cartiidgo box an* rap pouch are to be lott off, and the ears are to b< sewn ou the outer flap : the b-tiers U. fcj . witli i harder, are to be -ttur.|«ed upon the cartridge box, i th«-*ame size and style as on the plate which it re places : the cartridge box is to be sewed w itli nine (9 and the cap pouch *i h teu '10) stitches to the inch Heparate bid* wi l !**• receive** for the inane ta.tin* ol these Accoutrements or pure •••d leather. of mi r i ed tannage oil rinidi, and aII htndccL. The bell arc to be at grained leather. Samples ol tbe-e Accoutre went* are t«» be seen u\ the above named Ar.-enal* on or about the 2ftth inst 1( is to be distinctly understood that this Depart rneut Is to have the privilege of inspecting tho work done uuder any contract it may aw ard, in all stage* of its progress, and t pccially to examine the stock before cutting. They arc to be subject to inspection at the Arsenal where delivered, before being receiv - ed for the Government. None are to be accepted oi paid for except such a* are approved upon inspec tion. Deliveries must be made in lots of not !e*s than one-twell h (l-)2thiper week of thewh la number contia.-ted for. The tir*t delivery to be made on the 13th day of August, IStVi. Failure to make deliveries u! a specified time will subject the contractor to a forfeiture ol the number he may fail to deliver «t hat tim The Accoutrement- must be bowed In tike usual manner : the bu\*H to be charged at co-t, to be de termined by fhe inspector. Bidder* will state explicit’v the Araenal or Arse nal* where they propo-t* to deliver, aud the number of set* they propose to driver at such place, if for more than one. No bid* w ill be considered from parti*-* other than regvlar manufacture rs, aud such as rre know n to this Department to be Billy competent to execute in their own shops the work proposed for. Should any party obtainiug a contract offer Accoutrements oth er tha it those made in hn* own shops, they wil! be rejected, and the contract i-ndtfcd null and *oid 1 heuaiiu aud place of manufacture of each party obtaining a contract must be stamped on each part ol each set of Accoutrement*. GlARANTV 1 he bidder will be rt quired to accompany his pro position w ith a guaranty, sigutd by two responsible persons, that iu case lua bid is accepted, ho w ill at once execute the contract lor the g^me, with good and sufficient sure tit * in a sum equal to the amount of the* contract, to deliver the article proposed, in continuity with the terms of this advertisement, aud , in vase the said bidder should fail to enter into the contract, they are to make good the ditbrencsbe tweeu the oil.r of said bidder aud t'ae next respon sible bidder, or the person to w horn the contract may be a warded. I ne respons-ibilityoftbe guarantor-must l>e shown by th»officialcsrtuicate of the Clerk oftlm negr.it District Court, or of the United States District At torney. Bonds in a sum equal to the amount of the con tract, sirred b\ the contractor ai d both of hi* guar antoit. will bo required of the facet'sfu) liddtr or biddeis upon sig mg tte contract. FORM OF GUARANTY. We. tbe undersigned, resident** of-— in the county of-, and State of-. hereby jointly and severally covenant with the D. States’, aud guarantee, in case (lie fort going hid of be accepted, thut be or they will at once execute the contract for the same with good and sufficient sure ties in a sum equal tithe amount of the ecu tract, to furnish the article* proposed in conformity to the term-ol the advertise men t. datedJu'yi, 1JmI4, un er wnicb the bid was tuadi ; and in case the raid I ——-— shall fail to enter into a contract, as afore paid, we gunaut«-«> to make good the difference t e tv.e* n the offer «»t th said-and the next low - e-t responsible bidder. ortho person to whom the contract may be awarded. I Given under our hands and seal* ♦ this-day of-lfcr. . ttitlMfe: [Seal. j ... ideal, j ho thi- guaranty most be appended tie official certificate above mentioned. Each Party obtaining a contract will be obliged to enter into bond with approved sureties for its faithful execution. 1 pon the award Iwing made, successful bidders will be notified, aud turni-Led with forma of con tract and bend. The Department reserves the right to reject any or all bids it not deemed satisfactory, and especially those made l.y parties w ho have failed to make time deliveries uuil-r previous conti acts without furnish- j in? satirfactory reasons for such delinquency. Proposals will be a dressed fo " Brigadier G*ner- j al Geo D Ramsay. Chief of Ordnance, Wa-hing t in, D. C.,M and endorsed. “ Propoaals for Infantry Accoutrements ■' GEO. D. RAMSAY, I jyll.eodtd iirigadier Gan , Chief of Ordnanoe RAILROADS. ....-. FOR CHICAGO, MILWAUKIE. And alt part,, of the Wait. IICLfl8IO\ fit KITS M (HICAW), M1LW1IME, Ami all other point* at the WEST, SOUTH A NORTH WEST, For* ile at the reduced rate* o! fare at the Union Ticket Office, 31 Exchange St., W. I». Little, Agent. juut24dtf FO 8T H E W HIT E MOUNTAIN S »tP*iau i, M» i~ H ; Montreal, Quebec, Niagara Falls, AND HKTVHtf. Kxcurtlon rickets* lor sale at the It K 1) II V EH RATES, By W. E> LITTLE, Agent, UNION TICKET OFFICE, jum-'-itf 81 Exchange street. REOUCEO RATES ! ITIPOltTANT TO TKAYELERS -TO 1HS West, North West & South West! W. 13. LITTLE. . IS Agent for all the great leading mute* to Chica go, Cincinnati, (lev*, land. Detroit, Mil wan hie, Glleoa, Uskosb, fid. Paul, LaCioe-e, Green Pay, Quincy, at. Louis. Louisville, Indianapolis Caiio, etc., etc., ai.tl i* prepared to luruisdi I hroiuk Tickktb from Portland to all the puucipai cities* aud town* in tin- loyal States and Cnnadui*, at the lowest rate* of lare. aud all ucedful information cheerfully granted. Traveler* will tiud it greatly to their advantage to procure theirtnket* at the Cniou Tieket Olliee, 31 EickangeStreet, IVr srAJjts.) YV. IT. LITTL.K, Aaent, nr* PatT.r Uger* for CaliforLia, by the Old Line Mnu Steamer ai.d Panama Railroad, may be secured by early application at this* office. Ticket* to Montreat nkd (jMtbrc au*l return (via the Grand Trunk Railway) may be obtained at thia agency on favorable term-. may2*ki& wtl Summer Tourist’s & Traveler’s Ureat Combination ol BXOUnSIONS! For the Season of 1864. Ticket. <;<><><! to Retnru to November l.l. OKAND THINK UAILHAV. From Portland —to— White Mountains Montreal, Quebec, De troit, Chicago, W iivviiukie, \i;tgani Fails and return AT VERY LOW RATES OF FARE. Only $lfi to Chicago or Mllwanlie, $25 out and return, via. Sarnia Line. To Chicago and Return, nil rail, $35, Al*o, to Boston. Now York, up the Hudson iriv r, Saratoga, Lake George. Relurriug from Niagara Kails either by (irand fruuk Railway, or by iUt-Koy.il Mail Lin*.- through toe lh. us a mi island* and Kapiii-* of the M. Law rence. American M-mey taken at Far for Tickets, Sleep 1 iug Cars ami at Keireshinent baloon* Arrangements ha e been made with the Fropric 1 tors ol the principal Hotels in Monarenl. ym bco and D tn it to take Aiueiicau Hooey at par, cbargiui* New York Hotel prices. For Tickets or mf.rmation apply to Aokkt of Uraud Trunk Railway. E. F. REACH, General Agent, 279 Broad way.N.Y. \Ym Flowxus. Eat tern Agent, Bangor. June 11.—U4w UUAKD TBISIK UAfl.WAY Of Can»da. SUMMER ARRASGEMluKT. ff'Wilgflai On and sfter Monday, June 27, 13(4, HHE9H tvwins will rnn daily, (Sunday t wcept ta) nnUl timber notice, ns follows: I p Traiu. Leave Po-tland it-r island Road. Montreal anil tyuebee nt i.Oi a. ■ and 1.25 ?. u. liou-n Train.. Leave Hand Pond for Portland, at 6 31 A u and B 15 r. m. The Company arc not responsible tor oc rear, to amount exceeding tut in value, and mat per. sonal, unless notice is given, and paid ior at the rats or one passenger tor every additional vsius. .. ..... L’. J- UK YDGKS, Managing Director. U. BAll.i.1, buitertntcsdinr. Portland, June 25. 1—34 0ov6 PORTLAND ANDHRNNEHRC R.K SPRING 4 SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 25. 1864 ~ MM Passenger trahi. leaveSkow began fo - oU '%-vrI'ort au : md Boston, it K 4 , A M , Au lllto A. M. and iiat.'i lull P. M. ausu.ii for Portland and Boston H6.3) A. Bath 6 3' A Portland for Bu b.Au.usta, Wnlerville Kendall’ Mill, and Skowhegav, at HOP. M. Portland for Bath and AucusiaS 15 I’. M. Pasaeuger# fot ratiousoutlie Androscoggin Kail | road will change car. at Brunswick. Tbe 1 la M. train f orn Portland connects a Kundaiis Mills with Main,. Central Railroad lo . llangor, 4c , arriving same evening, pburge. leave B« h lor Rockland at 0 A.M. and : Stage# leave Avigu.ta for Belfast at 4 P. M Stages leave Skowhegan at ti 10 P. M lor tree So on,4c. ; Through Tickets for all the .tstione on thi# an. I the Androscoggin Railroad, can be proeurred it Boston at tbe Ka.-teru or Boe'on and Maine station. B. U.CUSHMAN,Superintendent. April IN, 1no4. ap23tf York* CuiitlM-rliuKi KttilroHd. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. , -gagrar "»*»d»n.rRoMiAV, Apri i—llnll Ufa., p win lean lfoi; Tti iuti. IuhIm r i.t i.v, baco River lor FortTaim it |, Freight Tram with F..-»rug* Cars) aud 9.15 a. m , ami 3.G<* r u. Lc&\ e Fortland tor Saco River. 7.46 a. m. an* 2 OOaud fi,20 r. m. Tbe'J 00 f m. train ont. *nd 5 4 a m. traiu into Fortiand, will be freight tram* w itl panseuger ear* attached Mages connect at .Saecarappa daily for Soutl • Win a ham, Win iham Center and Great Falls At Gorhaui for West Gorham, bttnduh. .Ste**i Fall*, Baldwin. Sebago, Rridgtoii, Hiram, lJunug ton, Cornish, Denmark, Brownfield. Lovel. Frye burg. Conway. Bartlett, Albany, Jackson aud f a tou, N. II. At Buxton Center for Writ Buxton, Bonuey F.a gie. South Limiugton, Umiugtou and Limerick At Saco Kiver trl-weckly, lor ilolihs, Limerick Oskipee. Newduld, Pa r^on* field, Kthugi am. Free dom. MadHon, raton, ConHsh, loner, Ac Fares 5 cents less when tickets are purchased is ' the Office, than when paid in the Gar*. DAN. CARPENTER. Supi. V. irflutvil ir.ril T 1C, 1 .I,,' 2VAINE CEftTHAL KAILHOAD. SLUM Eli ARRANGEMENT. raSMttaC Train* leave Portland. Grand Trunk Station, Lewiston and Aubirn, at 7 a.m. For Bangor and Intermediate stations at 1.2* p.m RKfl RNiNO—leave Lewiston at $-SO a. M., and arrive In Portland at 8.80 a m. Leave Bangor at 7.IS" ▲. x.,aud arrive iu Portland at 2 lf> p. m. Both these trains oonneot at Portland with trains tor Boston. Freight train leaves Portland at 8 a. m., and re turning is due inPortland at 1 p. m . Stages oonncct with trains at principal stations, daily tor most of the towns North and Kart ol thi* l ae. C. M MOUSE.Sup't. M atervf lie, N • vernier, 1S68. d*ol4 PORTLAND, SACO & PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. SUMMRJt ARRAXGRMRNT8, Commencing April 11th, 1864. 9HBP Passenger Train* will leave the 6ta tion. Canal street, daily, (Sunday* ©* Oepted < a* follow*: Leave Portland for Boston, at 8 46 a. m. and 8.(8 P. M. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.30 a.m. and 3.00 r. m. Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.00 a. m. and 6A) p. m. These trains will take and leave passengers at w»y stations. Freight trains leave Portland and Boston dally. FRANCKS CHASE, Superintendent. Portland, Oct. 30.1863. oo81 edtf MAINE INSURANCE CO. Augusta, Maine. fit UK Maine insurance Company insure again-t A loss or damage by Fire, Buildings, Merchan dize and Furniture, «.u term* a* favorable a* it ran be do tie bv any solvent Company. Policies it sued for One, Three, or Five years. J.L.CUTLER, President J. U. WILLI AMS.Secretary. r.nWAHD SHAW - - - Agent. Ho. 102 Middle Street. 1N T12 K.HAT I OH At, Fire Insurance Company! or X,W York, Offlct 113 Broeuhcay. CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000. Wll. E. WARREN, President. HAMILTON BRUCE, Vico Preikknt. (iKulhib VV. SAVAGE, >ccr«*tary. tPortlan it Board of PefcrenotM: JOHM B. llROWM & SOW, liKRSKY FLBTCHKR k CO. II. J. Lirry A Co. John Lynch & Co. The uudereigned having been appointed Aqenr and Attorksy for this Com pa y. in now prepared to i6<ue Policies on Insurable Property at current rates. iyPortland Oj&e, 168 Fore Street JOHN W. MINGUK, Aftut. Juua 3,1664.—dtf — —* ^ ■ — - - — STEAMBOATS.” ~ZT-ITT . .... JL.. T1 ----: . Portland and Penobscot River,; Hammer Arnuigeineal, I Hr. I. THE NEW. STAUNCH AND COMMODIOUS STKilfflEK LADY LA AG, Built expressly for thi* route, (APT. WILLIAM R. ROix, IWiil commence her Sommer Ar ^^^^^rtcueiutnt on MONDAY morn. I S(i, June 6tli, Leaving Bangor ev ery Monday, W edueeUay nnd Friday Mornings, at j r* o’c«ck. Returning will leave Hailrciul Wharf, foot ol State street, l’crtland, every Monday, Wedne*da\ and Friday Kveoing*. at 10 o'clock, connecting with the Eastern,Boston and Maine, and Portland, Saco ! and Portsmouth Railroads. trom Boston and Way ' Sta'ions, I. a\ ing Boric u at :» o'clock, P. M. 1 he Boat will touch at Rockl.iLd, Camden, Bel ' fart. Bueksport, Winterporr and llampdeu, both way*. I'a-'onger- ticketed through to and trom 1 B« «ton. Lowell, Lawrence, Sab-maud Lynn. For moro extended inionnation, apply to J. O Kendrick, Bangor; U»« local Agents at the various la- ding*; the Depot Masters of the 1*. 8. & P. i Eastern, and B. » M Ka‘lroad»: AbM Somsrby, ' lortlaml; Lang & !> • auo Boston, or CUAH. SPEAR, General Agent. June 4.—isutf Montreal Ocean Steamship Go. — One of the following flrat-clai-s steamers of this Line viz:—Peruvian, Hibernia. North American, Juta,Bel gian, Nova Scotian, Moravian, Da nm>cus will sail from Quebec, every Saturday MoiiMXJ. tor Liverpool via Londonderry. Also the steamers St. I>avii». St. gkorgk, St AsiutEw. St. Patrick, th monthly lrom Quebec for Glasgow . Prepaid and return t okets Issued at reduced rates. For passage apply to 11. a A. ALL AN, Montreal, or to J. L. FAlt M KK, mayltidtf No. 10 Exchange street Portland. ' International Steamship Company. Fast jiort, Calais & St- John. TWO TRIPS PEK WEEK. On and after Monday, March 28, the superior tea-going steamer NEW BRUNSWICK, Capt. E. B. ___ Winchester, will leave Railroad Wharl. loo. ol State Street, every Monday at 6 o'clock P.M-.andthe Steamer NEW ENGLAND, Capt. K. Field, every Thursday at 6 o'clock P. M., I for tastport and st. John, N. B , connecting at East port with steamer Queen, for Kobiuron, St. An drews and C alais, and with stage coaches lor Ma t-bins. and at St. John with steamers for Freder icton and with steamer Finn eror lor Digby, Wind sor and Halifax, and with the K. ANA. Railroad for Shediac and ail way stations. Returning. wPl leave St John every Monday* and Thursday ai S o'clock A. M., for Kastport, Portland 1 and Boston. * Through tickets procured of the Agentsaud Clerk on board Steamers. Freight received till 4 o’clock P. M , Mondays and Thursday* maytldtf_C. C. EATON, Agent. Portl.iml and Boston Line. THE STEAMERS forest City, Lewiston and Montreal Will, until further notice, run as follow.: Ue»ve Atl.ntio Whirl, Torllind, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fridiy, at 7o’clock T. il . and India Wharf, Boston, every Monday, luowiay. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday , at 7 o’clock F. M. rare in Cabin.S1.S0 " on Deck. l.Si Freight taken as e.ual. The Company arc not re.pon.ible for biftrage to any amonni exceeding y'.iu \ atue, and that person, i al, uule.« nolle, is prlvon and paid tor at the rat, of one p. wttjrer for e.017 S&UU additional value. Feb.18,1368. dtf L. BILLINGS, A sent Portland and Sfw York Sternum SEMI-WEEKLY LINE. » The splendid and bat StauuktM . J-|MI "LOCUST Polls T," C»pt..Wn.L*TT, —Wie 3biTBn<* "POTOMAC,*- Captain Shkr ■■‘L. S?sgffiSilwi>o;», will,until further notioc, ran ae follows Leave Hrown« Wharf Portland, everr WEDNES DAY, and 8 ATC HUS V, at 4 P.M., and leave Pier • North Hirer, New Tort, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 3 o'clock, P. M. Theee vessels are A tied up withfiu6 accommodations for passenrers making this the most speedy, safe and oomfortable routs for travellers between New York and Maine. Passage 87,W, Including >'nre and State Rootnf' Ooods forwarded by this If ue to and from Montreal Qaebee, Bangor, Bath, Augusta, Eastport aud St 1 John Shipper-are requested to send their freight to th« steamers asearly ae 3 P. H., on the day that that leave Portland. For freight or passage apply to EMEHY ft KOI. Brown's Wharf, Portland. H. B. CROMWELL ft CO., No. 96 WeetStroet New York. Deo {.Ml. dir 'FOR SALE & TO LET 11oti-c and House Lots For S *le, Located in W'cstbrook. About fivt -_V» i iiuu* - wa’k from the Horse Car k *t Woodtord’s corner. L- \l»o. the pleasantly located twi -torv Duelling House and Lot, i» ceutly occupied by Mr. J. <\ Kemick. The lot con tain* about two acre.-, aud id one ol the tint-t loca tiou.- for a genteel residence to be found in the nub i yw ol 1 ortJand. being lr»a than two mile- from toi I oit and Tost OIBc *, aud command- a tine view o the city. further particulars call on the undesigned a 21- Fore .-tree:, corner Union Street. BI'FUS DUKIIAU. D\V4kllinM House* for Sale* A two sto»y dueli ng house on ('ongrea* St. near,.v opposite t he castellated Villa of .S. L arltou, raiij , ami on the line of the llorsi Kailroad This house ccutaim* fourteen linULtt : and i- well adapted to accommodate two families with m perate cut building*, stable. Ac . ami a wel ol a?cr in the yard. A large part ol the puiclia* money can lay on mortgage if desired Thi- property will le «.tt red at Auction on the fir* of Augu-r.it not <*dd before. ALLEN HAINES Portland, July 21,1364. For Sale. VV A LU A HLK lot ol laud.situated in M’estbrook titar tlit* loot ol the street, from the Steven" i'lain * road, to iLe county road from Hi-hep" * ti Woodford -corner; tin* vinut's walk to the tiers* K.ilroad, containing kbont six aertthirty-twi rodsou paid county road; thin lot is valuable to buiMiug lot* or cultivatk>u--is nio-tly covered wi: 1 a handsome maple grove, tor tertna apply to \V. B t.ooDlMi ||. btcw-n'r Bains. j»I4il2w • House and Land lor .Malt* at a Bar* vain. f|1;iE 1* story brick House No. 9 Portland street A I he lot in *teet on l'o.’tland street, running back to (txiotd ‘Crter. Said house is - tuated in tin center ot the city, on the dirict line of the Horst Kailroad. I’rice - IMo.O", ^W/iftol which can re main ou a mortgage, l or further particular? in <iuire of W M. ALLEN Jr , j) 1-cod11 Nos 13 and 15 Exchange Street. Valuable Ht-ttl Estate lor Sale. VI^E have for sale a very desirable House. c**n » r traliy and pleasautly located, tiui-hed and furnished trow garret to cellar; every Ihiug in and about the house in perfect oidtr: will be sold witli the F urnituio. which -a <n good taste and in fine or dcr. Immediate possession given. Ihe hou-e and furniture can be t xamined i t any time, aud infor mation give by calling on HF.NKV HAH.F.Y & Co., Auctioneers, niavlftdtl Lund on Free street tor Sale. mUK valuable real estate on Free street, known A u< Hk> "Furbish property ” The lot is about 1U6 feet on Free street and ' ..tends back about 171 let-t. Said estate will be sold as a whole, or the easterly half of ibe dwelling bouse, with lot about 40by 176 feet, w ill be sold by itself. Application may be made to .lame. Furbish, Esq., out tie premises, or to GEO. FI H. JACK SON, j julyldtf fits Exchange street. For bale. A SQL'AH I. block of land, of abont 73000 acre# of wood laud, on the south side of the river St Lawntuce. in t'auada East it is iuteroeedtii by two considerable rivers with eligible Mill sits. W ell wooded w iln overy description of timber, such at nine aud spruce In large quantities, aud maple, herein beech, tamarac and b»«« wo'ri teany amount Enquire of II. T. MAL'HIM, Portland. Portland, Feb. 1361. febjfieoillf For Male. CLIFF COTTAGF. containing over 30 rooms, large stable and sheds—situated two aud one-half tail's from I'm Hand. and tbs finest situati, :. iu tjapo E.irabcth for a at _teriog place, and summer boarders. For particular enquire of GEO. OWKM, op! dtf 101 Congress 8’.reet, Portland. For Male. rrillK valuable estate on the westerly corner of 1 high aud Spring streets, lor msny years own.U and occupied bv the late George Itartol J. A E. >1 KING, 123 Middle St. July 6, lbtil. julytidlni For ball1, V TWO story House aud Lot. situated on Port land street, with Mable aud otberout buildings Also two adjoiniug lots containing shout ei<*ht thousand square feet. Enquire of M. STEVENS, No. 47 Portland street. JuueSdtf IIoiisp For Male. A TWO story wooden bouse. No IS Adams street, ■lY 11 finished rooms, convenient for two families; i plenty of good water, l or particulars inquire ot B J. WTI.r.iRD. Tortlaud, May 14,1804. inayllvodtf To Let. 14*0011 O Hi oca, single or in suites, over Stores Nos. 164 and 164 t.xehiiuge 8tie.it, opposite the luter balioua) liuuse. Apply o i the premises to jytdff A. I.. BliOWN To Lot. STOKE now ocoupkd by ua. Possession given immediately. Also, a 1To lit Office in Hanson Block. JanS dtf 11. J. L1BBKY k CO. , To Let. ONE STOKE in Galt's Block. ap22 dtf Apply*° H, r.MACHIN, I To Let. (til A M BEKS over stores US and 113 Federal St 1 Apply to J. rOOLlOGK ft Co , "l 81 Commercial street. i i'ortltiul. July £0 — d¥w 1 MEDICAL. ,IE"r! DR. WHIOHT’8 REJUVENATING ELIXIR! OK, ESSENCE OF LIKE. I’UBPARKD PROM PURE VUGBTABLB KllEZnB CONTAINING NOTHING INJURIOUS TO THE MOBY DELICATE. mOE Rejuvenating Eiixlr is the result of modern ■** discoveries in the vegetable kingdom, being an entirely new aud abstract method of cun*, irrespec- i tive of all the old and worn-out systems. This medicine has been tested by the most emi nent medical mea of the day. and by them pronouuc ed to be one ol the greatest medical discoveries ol J the age. Oue bottle will care Oencral Debility. A few doses cure Hysterics iu females. Oue bottle cures Palpitation of the Heart. A few doses restore the organs of generation. Kroraoue to three bottles restores the mauliccs and full vigor of youth. A few doses restore the appetites Three bottles cure the worst casMf lmpotency. A few doses cure the low-spirited. One bottle restores mental power. A few doses bring the rose to the cheek. This medicine restores to manly vigor and rebu ! health the poor, debilitated, worn-down, and de ■pairing devotee of sensual pleasure. The listless, enervated youth, the overtasked men 1 of business, the victim of nervous depression, the ndividual suflT.-ring from general debility, or from weakness of a singe organ, will all find immediate and permanent relief by the use of this Elixir or Es sence of Life. Trice «2 per bottle, or three bottles for $5, and forwarded by Express, on receipt of money, to any address. Sold by all Druggists everywhere. DR. W H. MERWIN & Co., 80LE PROPRIETORS, No. G9 Liberty-st., New York. CHEROKEE PILLS! SUGAR COATED. FEMALE REGULATOR. HEALTH PRESERVER, CERTAIN AND SAFE, For the removal of Obstructions, and the Insurauc of Regularity in the Recurrence of the Monthly Periods. They cure or obviatethose numerous di*ea«es th» spring from irregularity, by removing the rregular ity Itself. They cure Suppressed,Excessive and Painftil Men struation. They cure Green Sickneis (Chlorosis). They cure Nervous and Spinal Affections, pains in the back aud lowor parts of the body, Heaviness, Fatigue on slight exertion, Palpitation ol the Heart Lowness of Spirits, Hysteria, Sick Headache, Gid diness, etc., etc. In a word, b}* removing the Irreg ularity, they remove the cause, and with it all the effects that spring from it. Composed of simple vegetable extracts, they con tain nothing deleterious to any constitution, how ever delicate—their function bsing to substitute strength for weakness, whith, when properly used, they never fail to do. All letters seeking information or advice will be promptly, freely and discreetly answered. Full directions accompany each box. Price (1 per box, or six boxes for 85. Sent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of price. 8old by all respectable Druggists. Dr. W. B. M ERWIN A Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS, No. 5# Liberty-at.. New York. feb»fcodfceowlv Female STRENGTHENING CORDIAL. This Medicine is of long tried etlicacy for correct* ing all disorders incidental to the feminine sex. That the afflicted may feel assured that this Cordial is truly valuable and worthy their coutidesoe,- not one of those seen t compounds purposed to destroy healthy action. 1 add a few testimonials from phys icians woom all. tavoringthe Electric and Ketormed Practice or Medicine, respect. DR. WILLAKD C. GEoRgE, formerly Professor in the Worcester Medical College, and President of the Electric Medical Society, Mass., speaks ol it in the following terms: “1 have used the Female Strengthening Cordial similar to that preparation by 1>K. GKO VS SWEPT. 100 tlauover Street, and 1 regard it as one of the best Medicines for Lemale Complaints that can be found." DU. J. KING, Author of “Woman: Her Dis eases and their Treatment," says : “This Medicine appears to exert a specific Influ ence on the Uterus. It is a valuable agent in alt de rangements of the Female Reproductive Organs." 1>K. SMITH, Pr>sident of the New York Asso ciation of Botanic Physicians, says: “ No Female, if in delicate health, shoud omit the timely use of this valuable Cordial. 1 owe much ol mv success in midwifery to the use of this Medi cine." MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES The following from Dr. FAY is worthy your no tice : “Asa general remedy for Female Complaints this * Cordial* is a very valuable one, but by the Profes sion it is esteemed more highly for its good result during Confinement in relieving the great suffering attemlaut upon childbirth. 1 acknowledge with Dr. Smith that much of my success in midwilt ry is due to the use of this medicine. It strengthens both mother and child. In each cases 1 follow the di rections of Prof. King, by allowing my patients to use it a few w eeks previous to confinement, as by the energy it imparts to the uterine nervous system the labor will be very much facilitated, and removes the scraps which many females are liable to. Ns woman, if she knew the great value of this Strength ening Cordial would tail to use it.” I have received numerous testimonials from diff erent parts of the country where u*ed. Knowing the good it is capable of doing. 1 w II warrant every bottle ol my ** Cordial” to be satisfactory in its re sults. The following symptoms indicate those affections iu which the Female Strengthening Corelial Las proved invaluable: Indisposition to Exertion, Wakefulness, Cueasi Does, Depression of Spirits, Trembling. Loss of Power, Pain in the Back, Alternate Chills, and Flushiug of Heart, Dragging Sensation at the Lower Part of the Body, Headache, Languor, Ach ing Along the thighs, Intolerance of Light and Sound, Pale Countenance. Derangemeut of the Stomach and Bowels, Difficult Breathing, Hysteria, Ac., Ac. It is a specific remedy in all Uterine Diseases, Chlorosis of Green sickue«s, Irregularity, Painful ness. Profuse or Suppression of Customary Dis charges. Leucorrhara or Whites, Scirrhus or Ulcer ate 8tate ot the Utema, Sterility, Ac No better Tonic can possibly be put up than this, and none less likelv to do harm, and it is composed wholly of vegetable aeon’s and such ms we bave known to be valuable, and have need for many years. PRICE, One Dollar Per Bottle, or six bottles for £6. Should vour druggist not have it. *ond directly to us, and when six bottles or more are ord» red we w ill pay all expense*, and have It securely packed from observation. Be sure and get that prepared at the New England Botanic Depot, 106 Han o\ er St. Boston. G KO. W. SWKTT, M D , Proprietor. IT. If. HAY, Agent, Portland. mcliSeodftm STATEMENT OF THE •Etna In sura nee Company, OF HARTFORD, CONN., On the lot day of November, A. D. 1969, as repaired by the Laws oi the Stafe of Marne. t he Capita! Stock Is.*1.500.000 and with the surplus is invested as follows: Real estate, uuincumbt red, 987.963 18 Cash in hand, on deposit, and in agent*’ bands. 216,050 66 Lu;ted State* Stocks, 612,847 60 Stale and City Stocks, and Town Ronds, 669.450 00 Bank aud Trust Company Stocks, 1,(^47,270 uO Mortgage Bonds. 881,9*0 00 Atlantic Mutual lus. Co’* scrip, 1862 3, 15,886 60 Total Austl, 93*025.879 74 Amount of Liabilities lor Losses not due or adjusted, 9176.41191 Amount at risk, estimated. 115,616,479 Cf THUS. A. ALEXANDER, President. Lucius J. Qakdkk. Secretary. Hartford, Nov. 7, 1SS3. J. C. CHURCHILL, Agent, No. ft Iron Kloek, Portland Pier. deo5 dtf Dirigo Insurance Company or TUB CITY Of POUT LAND. Office No. 4ti Kxcliiuige street. Capital $200,000 mius fomuany Is now prep>red to ia.no policin ± on >11 kinds „f property luunble >g>iu,t Are at current rate* A. K. SULiiLLK, President. JEREMIAH DOW, Secretary. . „ Dib*ctorii. J. B. Brown, E. 8. Spring, D. W. ('lark, J. B. CwrroU, John Lynch, II I Robinson Trustees. . St. John Smith. II. M. Pajaon, C. II. Haskell, Audrew Spring, N. O. Cram, Philip II. Brown, II.N.Jose, Jere. Dow. ti. W Woodman, H- J. Libby, II. J. Robiuton, J. N. Wiuelovr, S. C. Chase, AlvahConaut, Wm. Moulton. Por^m^. May 4.J88*. nu^-£ltt NoIUt. mills day I give to my two sons. K. J. and Chaa I Randall, their time, to act and trad for them* selves; I shall not claim their wage* or pay their debt*. T C. RANDALL, Kea-r Falls. Me. WitnoM, Mary Plilsbury, Mary S. l’ill*bury. June 27,1864. june28 * MEDICAL. Lyon's Periodical Drops THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon's Periodical Drops! AUK BBTTr R THAN ALL K*ilt«, I'owdenAr IjuRck Pre|»Hr»itioo«. Lyons Periodical Drops! -ARB Sure to do Goodand cannot do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! The Great Female Itemed? LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! AKB HBTTBK THAI ALL PILLS,PO WDRRS ♦ QUACM PRKPARATIONB LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARE BURE TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HARM. l.you’N Periodical Drop* THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Ljoii’n Periodical Drop* ARK RRTTKR THAX ALL PULS. POWDKP.S AKD QUACK »IS/JICIXSS. Lyon's Periodical Drops Apia Sure to do (rood ami oannot do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Great Female Itemed?. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS ARB BUTTER THAI ALL Pills, Powders and Quack Preparations. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS BURK TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HARK Lyon’s Periodical Drops THFBBEAT FEMALE REMEDY Lyon's Periodical Drops 4re better than all Pills, Powders. And Quack Preparations. Lyon’s Periodical Drops, -ABB Sure to do Good and cannot do Harm. Price, $1 per Bottle. For «ale by Bit Dru.yl.u At wholc*Bl* by W. > Phillip., H. H. Hay k Co.. Portland, an g22 eodly CAT AUR II ! -AMD— NOISES IN THE HEAD! Cl'BEI) BY INHALING A. Harmless Fluid, OF AGREEABLE ODOR. ♦ NO VIOLENT SYRINGING Of the Head. THE «KN»K OF TASTE AND SMELL RESTORE] DH. K. UOODALE’S CATARRH REMEDY Dr. l.oodale ban combatted Catarrh until he ha fought it down. It ha* been a long war, but hi* tr: umph is complete. Through all cowing time hi* Cl tarrh Rempdy will be known a* the only one ant dote fora disease which superficial i*ts hare declai ed incurable. Cata rh doctors, so called, spring u like mushroons on all side*. I he object of the* pocket practitioners is money. They use daugcrcu lustrum* nts. Their violent maul pal a tic ns irritat the already inflamed ntetnlranr. They never cun Dr. Uood»le*s treatment is medicinal, not mechani cal. He doe* not believe in the force-pump system which is working so much roi»chief. Hi* remed. passe* through the absorbent*, to the seat of the dis ease, aud obliterate* it. It doe* not relieve mere! for a day, but for all time. Lastly, it coat* a della j a bottle—no more. /V. /bulge iff Auburn X. Y. After having witnessed the effects of thi* Rented' in Catarrh, thus speak* of it;—It i* truly and ui, conditionally a Herculean Specific for the * hole dis ease. Such an article ought not to be “hid under i bushel,*' and auv man who can intent so truly ai efficient and poalivaa remedy for such a loathsoux disease, ought to be considered cue of the bene'uc tort of hi* race, and hi* name and the efleets oi hi skill perpetuated. Yours respetfalF, D L DODGE. A. M Plihjt Miles, the teell-kttotrn Trenre'ler, And whose faintly Physician Dr ‘ioodaV was foi many years, sava—**lf Dr. Ccodale pays he can cun Catarrh, he con cure it," Ac. Price fl. Send a stamp for a pamphlet. Dr U Gth>DALL S officeaudDep't , 76, Dleeke sfreet, one door west of Droadway, New Y oak. II. II. Hay Agent for Portland. June 2d. iunt2dlv TAltK A WOASO.\’S Patent Metallic or Copper Paints FOR VESSELS’ BOTTOMS. To Owiircs ami nusieis of Vessels ThU ftupvrior article U offmd with the fullc.t ecu tidtuce. When applied to WOODEN BOTTOM VESSELS it will bt» lonud a Mrftd substitute for Coppti Sheathing, and a COMPLETE PRESERVATIVE tn m WORMS, BARNACLES, GRASS. Ac. V>» -eU trading to the West India and Southern l’orti will find it particularly tor their inter. to use tt t PATXNT MLTALLtC Ott Corl’KU PAIST. The proprietor* will in every ca*e guarantee, uot only that their Copper Paint is superior to any low iu use. but also to any that haa been heretofore of f ted to the public. Printed direction# for use accompany each can. For aale, wholesale and retail, by the Manufko turers* Agents, LYMAN & MARRETT, Sliip CliancHore, Wo. 11* Commercial Street, ap30 2taw3in PORTLAND. THfi BOSTON FIRE BRICK Ar.d Clay Retort Manufacturing Co., Works, *4 Federal street. Office and Warehouse 13 Liberty Square and 7 Batter) march St, manufacture Kite Brick, all shapes and sires, for furnaces required to stand the most interne heat al*3 Furnace Blocks and Slabs, Locomotive Fire Block*. Kak.rs'Ow-n and Green-house Tiles. Clay K‘torts and necessary Tiles to set them, Fire Cement, Fire Clay and Kaolin. The undersigned will give their special attention that all orders for the above manufacture if* execu ted with promptness. J AMEN K MOM) A CO. Billing Agists, 13 Liberty Square, Boston, mohll eod6m The Cabinet Organs MADE EXCLUSIVELY BY MASON & HAMLIN Are the best instrument* of their cla*s in the world. Nearly all the most premium' artist* in tb«< country have given written testimony to this effect, and these instruments are In eonataut use in the concert* ol the most distinguished artists—as Gottschalk and others—a* well a* in the . raa iu the print* pal cit ies. whenever such instruments are required. Price *V> to $600 each. These instrument* may be found at the Music Room* of the subscriber, where they will be sold at the manufacturers' prices. II. 8. EDWARDS, No.849] Stewart's Block, Congress St. _ aprlSdtf Evergreen Cemetery. THE Superintendent of Evergreen Cemetery will be at his office, iu New City Bui:ding, entrance on Mvrtle Street, from 13 o'clock M. to 3 o’clock P. M., every day. except Sundays, to atteudto any call* in connection with said Cemetery. Orders may be let! at the office at any time, ip&dtoaugl H. C. BABB, Superintendent. 1 MEDICAL. MOKE TESTI.lOA IAIAJ 7 m - MRS. MANCHESTER If constantly receiving unsolicited testimonial! 01 I tie astonishing nre perfornw<l by her. Among many recently received are the following, which art commended to the notice of the aff.ieted. Mr* Man Chester m.y be consulted at No-I 1 Clapp's 11 lock, Koom No. #. A CASK OF SPIRAL L'lSKAtK CUR SO This is to certify that 1 went to see Mrs. Munches ter last March with a daughter of mine troubled with spinal disease, for which she had been doctored fet hr* years, and by a number ot physicians of kinds; and she has had twenty-one applications electricity applied, bat all to no offset; bnt the com tinually grew worse. I came to the oenclnslon, the last resort, to go and s*e Mrs. Manchester, aid did to; and to my great surprise she told me the f rsj aase oi the diaease, and how she had been from iTme to time, which encouraged me lo try her medicine*. I did to. and now my daughter la able to be arouad the house all oi the time. She also ride* ten or It teen mile* without any trouble or InoonreaienM.and i think in a short timo she will be restored to perfect health. Since my daughter he* been doctoring, 1 bare heard of a great many eases that Mrs. Manohs i ter haa cured. 1 think if any person doeorvee pat ronage, it is the one who tries to preserve the health if thesiok and suffering; and t know that ah* as*, every effort which lies tn bar powar to benettt hat patient*. Baaau L. Malware. Gaoawa Knienrn, Anar K. Kaionrn, Knna hue as*. Bnmnriek, Maim*, August lt». OKB OF THB ORBATBST CURBS on RKCOR Mas. Manonasrin— Door Afodurn .—Thinking statement of my ease may he ot aerrle* to others similarly afflicted, 1 hasten to give it to yon. ITUs is briefly my oaee—1 wns taken sick stent to months ago with the Lirsr Complaint in a very Lad form. I applied to fear different physician*, bat rw oeived no benefit until I eallea on you. At that time I had given up business, and was in n very bad state, hut after taking your medicine for a short time I be gun to recover, and in two months 1 was entirely well, and had gained several ponnde of flesh, and ran truly say that by your skill I am a perfectly fesai hy man. JotuiDans. Boston f Moans Dtpoi, Portland, Ms. 4 HSMAKKABLR CURB ORA CASR OR DRO ST CORED RT MRS. MANCItRSTRR. run is to oertuy (hat I bare baoa oared or tbs Prepay of fifteen yean standing by Mr, Mamrhr,. t*r. I hare been to physicians ta Boston. New York aad Philadelphia. They all told as that they coal» do aothing for me. aaless they tapped me, and as sured me that by tapping I could lire but h short time. I had made up my mind to go home aad lire aa long as I oould with the disease, aad thea die. On my way horns I stayed ever night la Portland with a friend of mJae, aad told them what my mind waa a regard to my diaeaae. They laally persuaded me to go and see Hr*, lfaaeheater. She examined aa aud told me my ease exactly. I was co much astonished to think that sho told me oorteotly, that I told her that 1 would take her medi cines, not baring the least faith that thay would 99 any good, or that I should get the slightest reliol from any coarse whatever; finally 1 took the medi cine aud went home. la one week from the tin.* I commenced taking the medicine, 1 had over throe gallons of water pass me In seven hour*: and my fal low aafiiirers may bo aasared that It waa a grant rebel to ms. I had not been able to lie dowa in bed at night before this for two year*. Now 1 can He do-1 with perfect ease, there taken her medicine , eight months, aad am aa well aa any man could t to bo, and no signs of dropsy. I would advisi that are sick to go aad oousalt Mr,. Mamekt, < von If they hare been glvra up by other pb doiaas. 1 hare tent kar a number of oaiaa uf ML., diseases, and dm has eared them also. 60 aad for yoaraelna. I had ao lalth, bat bow my hltt cannot be sbekad ta bar skill la telling aad oaring diaeaae. Caaaj.Be 8. Hanson, Sanaa I. Hannon, ManT A. Hannon. » hf-fa - a it aa Offiob Hotrae-Prom S A. M. MU 8 P. H. aaglT laAoatal edly DB. J. B. HUGHES can an gotrns ay Hie PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, No. S Temple Street, WUKKE bo can be eonsalted privately, and with the utmost confidence by the afflicted, at all hoars daily, from t a.u.lo tr. n. Nr. H. addresses those who are aufiUriug under the affliction of private disease, whether arising from Impure connection or the terrible vice of aelfatuae. Devoting bis entire time to that particular branch of the medical profession, he feels warranto.' in Goan 1 Atrrnniuaa Cuanta all t'asna, whether ofiomt standing or recently contracted, entirely removla the dreg, of disease from the system, and makinf perfect and PERMANENT CURE. Ue would call the attention of the affliotod to t fact of hie long standing and well earned reputation furnishing sufficient assurmnoe of hie skill aad IBS . > cess. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Every intelligent and think tag person mast know that remedies handed out from general use should hare tholr efficacy established by well tested expe rience in the hands of a regularly educated phyal eiaa. whose preparatory study fits him tor all tha d Stic ha mast fulfill; yet tbs country is fiooded with • poor nostrums and cure-alls, purporting to be tha f best in the world, wbteb are not only useless, but at . way. injurious The unfortunate should be raano VLan in selecting bis physician, as It is a lamentable yet incoatrevertable feet that many syphilitic ap Ucub are made miserable with rained constitutions by maltreatment from inexperienced pLyiieiti* ii ffBBBrai practice; for it to a point gent rally conceded by thebwt s) 1 tiiioKr*! Lt-r*. that Ih* study rad man irement of thete complaint* »honld cnrro«0 tU whole time of thoee who would be competent rad •uoceeelul in their treatment aud care. The Inex perienced general practitioner. haring neither op portunity nor time to make hia&Mui acquainted with their pathology, commoi-lj luiruei* on* of treatment, in most caaee making an lndteoiiaunafeo **• ol that antiquated rad dragtrooh weapon Mer cury. HAVE CONFIDENCE. All w ho hare committed aw exceus ol nay kind • wuet.iar it be the solitary rice of youth, or the sung lag rebake of misplaced confidence In muturaryean, SSSK yon AX AXTIDOTS IX SSASOX. The Tains and Aches, and Lassitude and Nerroai Prostration that may follow Impure Coition, are the Barometer to the whole system. Do not wait for the consummation that is snre to fol low, do not wait for I'nsigbtiy l leers, for Disabled Limhe, for Lose of b.-auty and Complenion. non-MAXI TLOCSAXDS CAX TSSTIFT TO THIS B T VXUAPP T SIPSRISXCS. Vouag Men troubled with emission in sleep, s complaint generally the result of a had habit in > oath, treated scientifically, and a perfect care war ise!* ,1 or no charge made. Hardly a day passes but we are ooasulted by one or more young men with the above disease, tome ol whom are ae weak and emaciated as though they hud the consumption, snd by their friends supposed to have it. All such c tsee yield to the proper and only correct course of treatment, sr-d ia a short time are mede to rejoice ia perfest health. MIDDLK AGED fhere are many men at taeax-. . ^ wuyara troubled with too frequent evacuations irom the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smart ms ol buruiug sensation, and weakening the system In a manner the patient cannot account for. On - h.ing urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often he found, and sometimes stnaJl particles of semen or albumen will appear, or the color will be of a thia milkiah hne, again changing to a dark and tarbid appearance. There are many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant ef theenuse. whirh to the SSCOXD STAOS OF SSMIXAL MSASXSSS. . f.'Ao warrant a perfect care in such cues, and a lull and healthy restoration of the arinary organs. Persons who cannot personally cunsalt the Dr., can do to by writing lu a plain manner a deecriptiou of their disease, and the appropriate remedies will be forwarded immediately: All correspondence strictly confidential and will be returned if detired. Address. BB. J. B. Ul filIM, No. t Temple St., [corner of Middle! Portland. Unbend stamp for oiroaiar. Eclectic Illcdical Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. D* Partfoalarly invitee all Ladles w he * medical advijer, to call at hto room., No. a temple 8traet, which they will lad arranged tot thoir NMeltl ac co mmodalion. , J*! rf_'*.ICcl*0,ic Benornttng Mediolnosnre u.rlvsl lod in efficacy and superior virtne in regulating all Female Irregularities Their notion Is specifl/and aurtain of producing raUef in a short tin, —AP1BN will find It invalmabiu in all esses of oh •tractions after all other remedies have been *ried in vegetable, containing nothing ta «»«'•“*to the health, and may be t Ara with perfect safety at all timer 7 * h#f,h«»o»»try with full directions * si«Te“,l ... DR. BUSHES, No. g Temple Street. oorner of Middle. Portland. * ® *~L*T>*H desiring may consult one ofthelf Ownmx. a lady of axp«rlttno« ia ooa«tant attend _ •bbHIuIv JAMES EDMOND & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 13 I.1BEHTV SQUARE, . . BOSTON. N^7.':SuLKN^^'KT0r,b,“ lOLT: PIG IRON, Also, BAB, SHBST.t BOILSH PLATS IROX, ot English and Scotch Msnufhctnre. We shslleontinae to receive, in addition to nnr American Brick, a regular supply 0f ,0 00r K-^Liy.Ufi'd^COTCH- * FIRE BRICK

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