Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, July 26, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated July 26, 1864 Page 4
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HUMOROUS. Savings of Josh Billing*.—We oriten hear ov men who have cum within au inch of dicing, aud 1 halut any doubt there iz sum that every body would like tew hear had cum Within au inch ov beiu born. l! there iz eunythiug on this arlh that an gels kaut imitate tiz a virtuous yiiug mam Trampling tcmtashuu under his lent. Truth tz the only thing i kuo ov that kant be improved on. If you want to git a sliure crop, and a big yield lor the Heed, uo wild oat*. Fame iz jiat about az much use tew a dead raau az 0 20s wud be, interest payable in gold. Iu tew menny kases marridge Iz onla bein kappe akotdin tu iatv. Whiskee, i am told, sells in Blchmoud bi the wholesail at 10 eenls a smell. Jotit Billing* ox Shanghais.—'TT»e shaugui rooster iz a gentile, aud speaks iu a lurrtu tuug. lie iz hilt uu piles like a Sandy Hill craue. If he had 4 legs he wud resemble the peruvian latua. lie is uol a game animil, b'U quite often emus olf sekuud beat iu a rutf au tumble tile; like the inj .u? lha kaut staint slvlnxiahuu, and are last disappi aring. Tuu ritual on the ground similar lew the mud tur tle. l ha olieu gw to sleep slaudin, and sum timea pitch over, aud when tita uew, tha en ter the ground like a pick- axe. Them lood cotiala uv korn in the ear. Tlia crow like a jackass, troubled with bronskee lucks. Tha will eat az mutch to oust az a district skuie master,; uj generally sit duwu rite oph tew keep iroui tipping over. Tha are dtedlul unhandy tew cook, y u hev tu bile one eeud ov them tu a time, yu kant git thaui aw l lulu a potash kittle lu oust. Tee feiuaii reusier lays au egg az big az a kokeinui, and lz sick for a week afterwards, and w hen she hatches out a litter of y ung Shanghai* she has tew brood them standiu, and Ulen kant kiver bit I! ov tlieut. the rest stand round on the outside, like boys around a cirkus lent getliu a peep under the kauva-s whenever tha can. Tun mau who fust brought the breed lntu the ktintry ort lew own them all an be obliged tew feed them on grasshoppers,caught bi band. I never owned but 1 and be got choked tu deth by a kink iu a clothesline, but not until he bad swallowed lb leet ov it. Not euny shtughai lor me, if yu pleze; I wud rath er Itoard a traveling knlporu-r,audaz lor eat lug one giv in* a Oiled owl rare dun, or a turkee buzzird roasted hole, aud stuffed with a pair of iojun rubber but as, but uol euny shaugbi for me, uot a thaughi! Sukerviif.hIxo the Pants.—Once on a time, not long Ego, not so far from Millersburg E* it might be, a good-hearted and Ins long long ceil, style-talking wile, attended a see is I party. Almost every three minutes his wile would check her busbaud thus: ‘•Now, William, don’t talk so loud!" “Come. William, don't lean back in the chair that way!"’ “Now, William, don't get noisy over there “Say, William, let the girl aloue aud ait bv me." At last forbearance ceased to be a virtue and the husbaud, who was really pitied by a! in the room, arose aud said: “1 beg pardon of the company; but as my wife insists on being boss all the time, it ia right she should have these!” Aud lie deliberately took otfhis pants, hand ed them to her, aud sat duwu iu his boots and drawers. The company was astonished; the women burst into tears. The happy couple soon weul home, but neither of them wore pants. How the affair was settled we cannot, tell but the last lime we saw Wiiliatn lie had tbs pants on. We are inclined to think she wifi not again boas in company iu a hurry. IB open Day and Evening, for a Thorough Borineei Education. Located 1S&). llauson Block, Uliddle St., No. 161 Scholarships good many part ot the United Statu kot* Principal has bad 20 years experience; is al way i ©u tho spot, and attends to his business; and prom* ktM, as daring t he past 12 years, no pains shall b< •pared in the future. Five hundred reference* oi the tire i class burin esc men, with many others of thii city, will testify to the practical utility, capacious ness and completeness of my systems *and roaunei oi teaohiug, and citizens of other cities base Uatiliu! to the same. Diplomas will be awarded for thor cugh courses. Able Assistants secured, liartleit’i Plan, the founder of Commercial Colleges, strictly adhered to as regards not copying. Certain time will be devoted to Commercial Law elucidations. Come all who have failed to be taught a busineM band-writing aud I will guarantee to you succese Applications solicited for Accountants. Separate in struct ion giveu. btudeut* can euler any time, Sep arate rooms for Ladies. Tuition reasonable. Intri eatc accounts adjusted. I adies and l. on tie men th* desire to take lemons, or a full, or a separate course In eiriior Book-Keeping, Navigation, Commerce Law, Phonography. Higher Mathematics, Civil Ed apneering. Surveying, Native Business Writing Commercial Arithmetic. Correspondence, Care Marking, (and teaching trow printed copies and Teat Books will be avoided pJea*ecall, or addrtn the Principal. H X BROWN. 2 1WW fcrtd »»/><■ y Ol’FICE OF T 11K ATLANTIC Mutual Insurance Company, NEW YORK, JANUARY 2«, 1864 THE Trustees, in conformity to the Charter o* tb* Company, su inlt the following statement ol lUaCtirs us the 81st D c*mb<r, b 8: Premiums teceived on Marin* Rbk*, from 1st January, 1868, to 31st De ccuib r, 18>3, *1,214,893 K Pr imums on Policies not marked off 1st January, 1H03, 1,706 * 02 2i Tota' amount of Marine Premiums. *10.*/0&,001 Y, No Po'icR-s have beeu i-sued upou Lite Risks; nor upon kir- Kn-ks discon nect. u with Marine Kis*«. Premium marked oil from 1st Jan.. 18&i, to 81s* December, 18 3, *7.597.666 5* Los.-ws paiu during t « sumo period, 8.806.661 CM Return* ol Premiums ana Expenses, 1.0X2.967 4V The Company has the fol owing A»se s, viz; U-i d o>a *• and btat of New York btoc ,, t Ity Bans an I other Stocus, *3.492 681 3* Loansoecund by btocks,and<*tbe. wise, 1,45*1,700 t< Rea E*tafeand Bonds and Mor*gages, 19d,700 Ot Dividends on blocks.Inter©*! on Bouds and Mortgagee ana ctln r Loans,.un ary .Notts, re i surai co uid other claim* duo tbe Couip’y , es imateu at 104,964 51 Piem urn Notts and bills Receivable, 8,2< • 676 6i Cash in Bank, ',44 *13 h» loUl aracurt of Assets, *9,-j66 4 o i£ fcix pe c nt (merest ou the outatan mg «*ertili< catmo p oiiu will b • pdd to the ho ders thereoi. or their legal repre-umUtives, on and aiUr l ut>d&v. the sccmd of February i t>t. After reserving T hree and One fish Million Dollar* *f profit*. the outstanding certificates ut' the issue o 1M2, w U be redeemed and paid to the holders there* ot. or iheir legal reprceentativ s. on and after Tues <i*y. tbajpeond ot Feimary next, from which date ail interest thereon will ceate i he oertittsntes to be produc 'd at the time ot payment, auu cancelled ▲ Dividend ot Forty Per Cent, is doclarea on the net earned premiums of the Conipan., lor the year ending 81*t Deetuib ir, 183*, for which certificates will b« issued, on ami tiler Tuesday, the Filth of April next. The Profit* of the Company,ascertains] From the 1st tb« 1st of Jau , 1808. for which Certificates were issued, amount to £14,323 SSf Additional from 1st Jau., 1«63, to 1st January, 1864, 1030 00C Total profit* for 211 years. £16,333,88(1 Tlie Certificate* previous to 18o2, have - been redeemed by ca h, 11,600.210 Ket earnings remaining with the Com pany, on 1st January, 1864, *5,263.670 By order of the Board, W. TOWNSEND JONES, Secretary. T R V ST E E S . John D. Jones, David Lane, Charles DennD, James llry *e, W. U. 11. Moors. Win. Sturgis, jr., Thus. Tileetua, 11 h.Bogert, H<jnry Coit, A. A Low, W.C. 1* ckcragill, Wm. E. Dodge, Lewi* Curtis, Dennis Perkins, Chas. il. KuHaell, J *. Oailiard, jr., Low. 11 Holbrook, J. Henry Burgy, r. A. Uargoug, Cornelius tinuncdl H SV Weston, C. A. lla. d. Ro>al 1 help , Watts Sherman, v*1©? £•«tow, E. E. Morgan. A. F. I'lllot II. J Howland, U-roy M. Willey, Hci.J. Babcock. « ^ e..^‘ Fletcher tVe.tray, f-T.,Nk>o|l, ,; il Min'urn.jr., 4!nrjr* © W. Burnham, Geo. G. llobaou, Fred, t baunory, James Low. 9 * JOHN D JONES. President. ( 11AKLES D’ NN18, Vice l'resi]*bt . Vf. H. H MOORE, *d Vice President. »**Application* ibrwarded and Opr* PoLiciaa procured by JOHN W. HUNGER, Agent, Mo. 108 Fore atreet, head of Long Wharf, PORTLAND, AIK. June 3.—w2w&codtejau29 American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY! OF NEW YORK. Oapiiul *200.000, lliarr Building*. Morrhnndlar. Ilau.r. hold Farailnrr. Rrm., Lr,m. v.». •rl.on thr Start... nnd at her Her. Maal Bra rrij ai lur U*. e«a rrira. • A MCTEL BROWN, Prwldmt. WILLIAM RAYNOR.seereur. KOWARD SHAW Agent, 19? Middle Street. •eH7 lyeod HOI B L 8. CHANDLER HO USEt Botlicl. Thi* Hotel, located in the most beautiful _ [and romantic vil.age on the line ot ti e f'lnJHBe.i and Trunk hailroaJ, lu miles from fior uMl urn, N. U., has been recently built, with . . M-erenco to the wants oft ne plea-ure-trav r ling public. It contain* fifty spacious, well venti lated ant neatly furnished room.-, from all of which v kw* of grand mountain scenery may be had. No pain* wilt btj si a red to make this a favorite resort lor the tourist ai d p easure-serkei*. l’art.cular atten tion will bo pa;d tn bportstnen, and conveyane© to the lakes, »ud all places oi inter, .-t will will* be fur nished on iiasnnable term* Horn*-and carriage* aud saddle horses to let. A good bowling Saloon I* connected with the house. A Carnage w id be in constant a* to con vey guts.a of >be houseIroni and to ihe U<pot,on the arrival and depmtute of passenger na ns. Transient a ml permanent hoarders ro itrd. F. t>. C41AMDLBK & CO.,Proprietors. Bethel, Me, July 9 —aim Nea-Wido llouwe, II4HP*WELL NECK. C A S C G_ BAY. Thi- olcgR't and commodious Ho tel, situated on the extremity of liare.l JS’eek, >.b»*ui hall a mi e be ow the wvl -k owu Mans-on : House, ha-just boenc<*mple ed aft. r the ue«.ftuao. u M. II AtUMSO. K-q . Architect and . ruder h * «upjrluttfndei.ce, aud will be opeu tor company On nad nfirr the Fourth of July. The tfooae i- th »largest e«.ah i-hinent, construct i edexpie-l for the |urp« se of a in tel. tain * at | oriiia Tlactf ou the coast ot Maine. It istiiuatcd iu ! thic -utiso douse grove oj old trees, with sve | uues aud vi tas < peirug to the waters of th Bay, j hut a few yard* distant on either slue. Nearly rurruiiuded by the sea, and abundantly shaded by tr e* the tl »u**o has a spaci iu- ai d Umu i t ml verandah ex.ndin* o er llief- liuudiod and tliir y .Out ou three aid « of the building, with wide and t..oroughl> ven i s ed I al s a no corridor iu the iu that visitors can enjoy themost cumpk* e protect!, ti Horn the summar heat. Th- stoamhoa whori a. d boat ]aud:ng?are on the we-i side, t ut a few s.cpr from the Home Ample f«cilitie- are at hand tor boati-,g anu ti*hi«g On the east side ii a due g.avelbe«oh. whe ethoiuxu y of soa-ba Mug can be e» jo ed at s-I time* ot ihe tide. At a short distauc* ou ihe northeast.across an arm of the sea I* Oir’s I slat d. c*lebiated by Mr* Beech er So we’* w h known novel. Toe t$ a 8«de House I* acc^s-ibl© by land Ircm Brun-w ick tift.-eu mil. - distant bj> o» e o the fl est * d ives iu the Slate. «ud h. daily Rtstnb *-t tr> m »*o t and through the iu*ido passages among the islands of the Bay. Visitor* coming fr in the K nnehec aud other parts of the inteih.r, can l^a^e ihe railroad at Bruns wick, aud proood b- s ago o Harp-well,’ or oou'iu i ur to Portland aud take tho steamer, which runs down aud back twi eaday J JHN T. SMI TH. Proprietor. j Jy.tr___ Ho! lor the Atlant c House! 1’ r*ons wi-hing to spend the day at the Atla n tic llouae Scar boro’ Beach, will find a oo I Coach at Oak Hid D.-pot upon Hie lurriva ofevery train. Fair from-he Depot ,_| n the House. f/> Ct*. j Jui iulm K. A. LIBBY k CO. OTTAWA HO USE j POK I'LAND H4KBOK, MAINE JASON BERRY, I'koprietor, AVill open for the Minor;, on Thursday, thcl&th inti. Tiii» popular Watering A'lacv, with it, ROMANTIC S' RNBR Y, And UKALTHY LUCA1I0N, ,itu»tcd on CUSHING S ISLAND, : 2j miles from theory, is unsurpassed by any Sum mer Hesort ou the New Lug.auu coart X. b. Positively closed on ihe Sabbath to all transient visitor?. ihe steamer will leave BurnhamV Wharf for this 1-laud regularly. juueltk;6w BRADLEY'S HOTEL, -OM Till American amt European Plans, Cor.of Commercial & India Sic. This House is *1 nated direct!}' opposite {XCacmtbe Grand Trunk nai roa « Depot. at.u head iCE&UW.ii Bumou ana Port !unu r u-uim r« W Gart [ C on lit* ted vita i lii* House is a first c la-s ; tJ lOx-nr and Dining iiall. J • ME'* BRADLEY, Jr., ft CO.. Proprietor*. J. Bradley, Jr. f. ii. nrsdley. JUDeljJdm ; Atlantic House, SCABIWHO’ BEACH. THIS Pou*e having been enlarged and refitted throughout will open tor the sea a >n on Monday, June 13, 1864, K GUNNISON. N. B.—Positively closed on the S-tbaih to all trausien visitors jutiell Ocean House Re-Opened! The undersigned bavin* lea-ed for the reasonthie wei e-iab irhed Watcringplace, charmingly sit Rated n iho outer verge ol t ape Elizabeth. With unrixabed iacili iie« for Kallung. Boating, uii<l Fishing, Wid open lor transient and permanent guest* cnand after Tue*day, the 7th day of June. Ex erv desirable conve ieuce will be supplied for the pica-lire»nu com or * ot its pa rous w.iu legaid to the iequ.rem< utsaud character oi a PiHftT C LA tvs* Hotel. We 'eel assured th«t * ur exert.on-, added to the unusual at i action* 01 the Louie l eelf, ai;l.*eturr ut the pru>> it on and patronage ot the p ibltc. sr I*o$itiVtly cloud . fi the Sabbdh. iliLL & J UK DAN, Proprietor*. Cape Elizabeth, June 7. 18bi. dll BAY VIEW HOUSE, CAMDEN. The Subscriber* take plea*ur<> in an* uonneing oilieii frieuu-sna ad iuteic*te«> IU Uuditig a inn c as -**a-sidi* llot l aevoo* Aioua lous.tuai iheii nexv anu spacious 11 tc. .. . . ocop uoarU in Juut. 1 icon fains ad ib. mod ’ eru iin^iovi uietiis ai d ever} convenience lor tue c union auu accommodation ol the travelling | ub* ic it m finely located, comma din* an unr.vailcu view of the 1\uobteot Bay. Tue auvauLige. of sea bathing aud tue lull tic* lor tirbing aid boating art uu>urpa**<Ml k or its bcauului sc* n« r> and de dghtiui drives and walks, Cantueu is ahead} taxor* aui anowu as on** ot the most tiigible and delizh • ful wattling p.ace* iu New- England. Connected wi-btuc Hold is a fine Livery Maine, hors«* and Cartage* uaviug Ueu se ecieu with great cart. The canines are from tne be*t esiabl.sliiuems iu ihe j couuii y, and ou the most approved ei}lt* Meant* boat lau lug-ea-y oi boc b.-; steamer* teaching ev ery da> iu itie wees. telegraph communication w lb all parts ot the c. uutry. Xh* se wisLing o *e cure good room- will do *«L to apply uiauv ate a. read yen gag d. CTmIIKi. A JOUN3iON, Proprietors. Camden, June z. 1%8.— dtt 1'ieufeuui siiDiiiUaii Hex n, CA.3?ISIC~tIOTJSE, WEST BROOK. -fj This >! cgam suburban Watering Place, 11‘H.a ed ipon a ph-xeaut cmiiw-ute ut-ai Ca . is c Poud, but tj iiilea from Po tlaudjiav «og been p'aceu iu the mui ample oruer by (he »ui»cnber, be in os re* peel ully solicits .no aiiemiou of the public, aud coidiallv invites a eali if cm liii old Iritoae. too bouse is pleasant, retired an quiet The inr*.iture au i furnishings *rv *11 new, aru tii< rooms °*y itshtiy I h>.- ta* les a tv supplied with alt tU« ut-Jacacies as well as the substantial* o. the sea son, ana the service ot one ol the very 1* *t cooks in t' giaud have been secured. Extensive sheds aod a due - tabic with roomy stalls are am ng the conveniences ot the t<tibli.tliai(-Lt A nice liathiuR iluu .e miIIi ient lor the accomuio dation «t*ever«»l bat heir has been erected with steps into ten leet ol water, aud the whole se cur it from •Oncrvat on by a float mg screen Smoking Amors grsce the banks oi the Pond and invite the indulgence oi tb* lounger. Hoping f^r a suare oi the public patronage the un dersigned prom s * to spa.c no efll rt lor ib*- m cr tainmentot his guests. oEu W MUlU tl. * erf look, May 21. 1 mu•JMdtf Splendid Pleasure Itesort! I THE WHiTE HOUSE. (vouvaaLT wilrom houeb.) J. P. MiJLLEit,.PKOPRIKTOH. This popular Hotel ha* recently been pur J chased by Mr. MUler.ol the Albion anu has U-tu thoroughly red tied, rei ovated and re paired, ana numerous excellent alterations made. It ia located on the Saccaiapia road ir miles from Portland, affording a beauta i ui for ploa-ur* d r°ad’an<1 Jtte* abou? lar °®OBgh It has a line large Dancing Hall aud good Bowling a.iejs. iu close proximity to the house is a warm ra tl°i0miy 8Ubfr oontaininir twenty nice stalls. 1 here i* also a well sheltered Bhod. 106 test long, tor bitching horses * The ouoiceht Suppers urill be got up for sleighing and dancing partie s who will find it greatly to their pleasure and advantage to resort to the \\ bite House. iNo effort will be spared for the entertainment ol __ decl9-dtf HALLO WELL HOUSE REOPENE DI NEW FURNITURE & FIXTURES! S.(*. DENNIS, t*ro|»a It'tor. i OP* The public are specially informed that the ■ MriaciouN. cnuvenb nt and well known H allowbll ilorek. in the center of Hallowell. two miles from Augusts, and tour mi es from Togus Spring, has Mn refurnished, and ia open for tie reception ot company and permanent hoarders. fua8t#r> att*nti0B wil1 to gl?en to the comfort ol ST A 3D Tj IKTO-, «^p,,rov‘deS“,'e"it'U<1C* °f * P0PBl" **otel, U.H .«f-l , Feb I 1864. mchiseodff THE AMERICAN HOI SE, Hanover Street .... Boitcr, The Larsr«t and Bern Arranged Hotel IN NKW ENGLAND. LEU IS RICE, Proprietor. 1 toll 1 y PROPOSALS. PHOPO - roil Materials for the Navy. Navir Department. 1 Bttrwuu of SlC'tr.i hnyxntc • U, July 10, lw, i- ) SEALED PROPOSALS to turuish material* fori the Navy lor tue fiscal year Oaulng June &>th, j 1*05, wih be received at tbe Bureau ot > t am hugi titering, uutil i0 o’e.ock oi the J2th flay ot August . next, Mi winch time tbe* pining will be commenced. Proposal* must ooeudors**J * 1’iopoMls lor Mate ria!* tor the Navy that they may be iiistingun.h_ ri from other bus*n» letter*.and d.«ecicd to the Chief ' ol the Bureau of Steam Engineering. The material* and article* embraced iu tue classes j named ► particularly dt.-ctibtd iu the ptiu ed schuluit* any or whi 1 i wiil ce inruiahed to such a, desire to offer, o*i application to the commandants ot the respective ) ai *. oi to the Navy Agents near- I ist thoreto, ami thoee ot alt the ya.ds u,tu aj p ica- ! lion to tit** Bun au. i uia division iuio classes b ing for the convenience ot dealer* iu each, -uca cia-sc* only will be iu ui»h* ed as ate actually r quircd nr litds. Thu Comuianu ant and Navy Agoue jaii eacu etat.oil win, iu audi tlon w the hCi.f*uu»t o. c.a*«k's of heir owu >arus, uavc a Ccpy of the kCh> dules ot the otu r 5 aids fur examination only .f.otu w toll may bejudgrd wheth er it w ill be dusii able to make up, beau ii lot any ol the classes «! those )aul*. A*t other thing* oe ng equal, reteieuve Wiu begiv<.U to article* of Atnei ItfaU ut nutacture. oll'jre must le mate for the whole of the cam at auy yard, upou one oftnc pnute. schedule*. 01 in - trie 1 cuitlormity therewith, or they will not be cju 1 idueied. Upou application to th<y Bureau, to the Command* j [ an ol auy yarn, or to auy Navy Agent, the lurm ot offer. 01 guaraUt». and other no e ary iu oiuiatiou ; 1 • erpPc ii.g tne p 040 als, willhu funished. : l'iie con ract will be awarded to the lowest bidder ■ who gin* proper gnarauiie*. ms rujutreu by the law | ii, Augu- li) 18t*i, t eNav/ ct partuient reserving 1 the ig t to rt jici t o lowest bid, or auy which ma> 1 oe deemed Cao. bit ant * I 1 in cautiavts uni near date tbe d y the notifies I tio.. is given aim ue.ivi rico 1 au be u inauuid from I that oa «. bu eti'kiu the full amount will be required to sign j ! li e contract. a *d tm-ii reeponsibilU} ct rimed to by ' a United o aies DSs net Judge. United 6 aie» oh- j met Attorney , Colli c or or Navy Agent. As nddi- ! tioinl security, twenty purce. tuin will be Withheld from the amount 01 the bit* uuui the contracts shall nave been complete**, atm nighty per centum 01 each bin, apt roveu ru triplicate b^ uu commandant* 01 t he respective yard**, • 11. be paid by tbe Navy Agent? a the points ot tunc* or cirtmott *, at hropii uo h 1 oo.trumeut. *ituiutei Uu\s it i~r lac warraut for the saute ahali have oceii pasoeu by tue Secretary dt tue IV saury. I h - to loaiug are the classes required at the re spective navy-y a.ds hi ITe,kY, MAINE. | Clan* No. 1, bolter Iron, Ac ; No. 2. pig iron; No. | 8, b *iler tebiug N> 1. guui packi g &c : no. 0. sperm ol ; No 6 lin e bit Ac; o 1 lard oi ; No 8 | met* to oil: lul't-lo* and oap; No It) tngiut*c-r»' j; No 11 ei gii.eeib’ tools; *%o 12 cr go.* e s’tu strununt* ; No It * rutighi i ou p pe * C; N«» 16 cubes; No In ap*< I; N 17 irou nail*, to; * at d 1 uiai No rb copper; No 12 tin Ac:> itfta; No *1 zinc p&i 1; No 22 c jto ed paint ; No -8 *ta iouery; No 24 flr w od; No 34 coUuu WA-te, lacking Ac; No 26 engineer*’ • . re*. CHARLESTOWN, MASS. Class No 1 b* iier iron and rivet*; 110 2 p:g iron ;no '• 3 boiler citing; no 4 guin packing, rubbet hose Ac; I no t> sperm oil; no C limnnd od an ) tui^ 110 j 7 lard oil; no 8 in ;tal io o; ; nod mil* w a..d soap; ' no 1»cugim^rs’ stores; uo 11 eugiueerl», tools; u«> ■ 2 uegiue -r«’ iustruiueuts; no 13 xieim pomps; lo | U wr tight irou pipe valves, Ac; no 15 iuheB; uo 16 *iceI;uo 17 irou nail*, boita, n ut«, %c; uo 18 • oppt-r; uoldtiu, ziuc. Ac; uo 2‘) white lead; no 1 ,inc I p iut; bo k2co oredpatuis, dryer-, Ac; 1.0 23 *ta ! tioucry ;ao ^hickory aud *“h p a>.k and butts: no 26 '■ white pine; u«>34 u.uip *nd cottou packing. AC; uo ■ 3.» engineer*’ stores, Ac. BROOK L l N, N. 5 . Class no 1 boiler iron ; r o 2 pig iron . no 3 boiler felting, t o 4 gum packing, rubber hose. Ac; no 6 sperm oil; u * 6 liu.o- d oil. turpeu inc, alcohol, Ac; no 7 lard oil; uo 8 iu -ri mating or n etalic oi a; no 9 tallow aud «oap; no 10 engineer*' stores; null engi neers' tool#; uo 12engiue-iM’ instrument-; no 13 s esxi pimp-; noil wrought iron pipes, va vea, Ac; nolotubn; uo 10 steel; uo 17 iron uaila, bans, uut*, Ac; uo 'Rooppor; n > 19 tin, zinc, leal, Ac; uo 20 White lead; iio2l ziuc paint: uo 22 co ored paiuts, dry el e>. A c; no 23 statioue y ; uo 24 lire wood ; u - 25 hickory and ash p a: k ana Lutt ; uo 26 wh tu rin* ; uo 27 back wa nut and cherry; no 28 mahogany, whit hoiley; uo 29 lantern?; no 89 Jizi uiuviia.-; no 31 diadgeons, pumps. Ac; no 32 sour flour, c.uci blet. An; iu 33 pan.-uted articles; no 31 cotton aud hemp packings. Ac; no 36 engineer*' store?. rillLADELl'UlA. Cl*>* no 1 bailer iron. Ac; no 3 boi'er felting; no 4 gum packing, r iber hose Ac; uo 5 *p»*rm on ; no 0 uu?«ed on ami turpeitiu* ; uoT iaraoii; no 9 til i low soap. Ac; uo »'J engineers' stores; no 11 eugi 1 neern’ tool#; no 12 engiaetrs iu-trun.euls; uo 11 1 wrought i on pipe, vn»ves. Ac no 15 tabes; uo 16 steo : r.o 17 i ou m*ils, ho ts a d uu «: no 18 copper; co 19tin, Ac; uo29 white :e*d; uo 21 zinc paint; no 24 C'.orea p iutsaud dryer*; no 23 suti uery; uo 24 iir o wood; tm 34 cotton aud heiup packing, Ac; no 85 engineers* etoiea, Ac. WaBUINGTON. Class uo 1 boiler iron,A c: no 2 pig ron; no 3 boil er foiling.At: uo 4 gum packing.rubb r hose.Ac; uo ■ 5 *perm cl!;uo 6 (loaned o l and turpen true; no 7 lar. oil; no 8 .urabei; uo 9 tallow aud soap: no 10 engiuters* afore?; no ll engineers tools; no 12 enr - noe s’ instrument#; uo 13 steam pumps; no 14 wrought iron pipe, valves. Ac; uo 16 tub-*; uo 16 « eel; no 17 irou nail , bol a. nut*, Ac; no 1R copper; uo 19 tin, lead aud zinc; ua 20 white had; no 21 zinc pai t; no 22 colored pa>nts, dryer?, & ; uo 23 t.itiouerv ; no 24 lire weed; no "4 cation and hemp packing, Ac: no35eugiuceis’ stores, j) 15 law4w ORDlNAN t E OFFICE, \YAH DEPARTMENT. Washington. Ju.y 4. 1864. Sealed proposal? will b.* received at this ofiice un til Mviplav, Juiy 26. ai • l\ )i., tor 190,60 • *-ts ot lufautrv Accoutrements ca ibro to be delivered in the following quautitie* at the is.; Arot na a. viz SOubost-D at tb* New York Arsenal. Governor’* Maun 2d,0u0 sits at the Frankfort Aiacna), Bridesburg, l*a. 20.000 sets at the Aleghany Arsenal, Pittsburg, i'a. 20 0u# *Os at the ti. Louis Annual, Mo l'l (kW at t? at the Hicriown A 'renal Ma*». Tn*-sc Acc u einetit* ar to be madr in strict con loiiniry w ith the m< w pattern ret#, to be *eeu at the Ai»eual? above uarntd witu the to lowing excep ioaa. viz . Hit »/mh rfn siil l« itll two in che-> wide, aud no »h uldi-r iclt-plate will be lur id-It* d ; ti 0 inan e tl p o> the cart idge t ox aud cap | ouch are to be le.i iff. aud the ta.? are to he - wn o-j the ouier fl p ; the leuers l. S . with a b rdrr, are to be stamped upon ti e cartriig. box, tl e raise size aud ety.e a- o i he plate wh ch it re-) place;*; t«*e cartridge box is to t-e s« Wd~. w ith niue <y ana * ho cap pouch a i h ten 10; *ti cIn a to the inch Mepaiate bids wi 1 be receive- lor the niauufu ture ot the-e Accoutreii i t* o' purr oak leattirr. of mix 'd tannaye o k fi .ith and ail htmb ck. 1 ho Lelt** are to i**u giaimu »eatbe^. Sample# ot these A< c .uirem* nt- are to be seen at the above named Aiscuals ou or alout the 2<>tli Inst. 1 i*. to be distiuc-.y understood ilia this Depart ment is to nave the privilj.e oi iii«ptc!ing tin- work •lou uuder auycoutract t tun awan', iu all s age? of it? prozr* ?#, a d c p ciadv to ex .mine the-lock before cutting. Tin v are to be subject to inspection at the Arsenal whir*.- U« l'ver*d. beioie b-ing r«^ iv ed tor the Government. None aie to beacc p cd or |uiid for except rush »? are approved u.ou laspcc ! if m. Deliveries must be made in lots of cot !e-s than on* -twen b (l-l21.) per week u! the wh le number con traced for lhe n>st delivery to be made on the 13tli day oi A uguu'. 1-64 ► awur • to nuke deliveries a' * specified time wi'l subject tin contractor to a o. Pituru ol the uumber he tnsy fail to deliver at hat time. lhe AccoutrCun ut mu*t b* boxed in lb* u-uat roaOi-er ; tin boxe tn be charged at cost to be de , ter mined by th* insp* c or Bidder? wiilstst-. explicit'y the Ar?enal or Ars»* naiM wh *re the* prop* s to deliver, and the nuiuts-r of s t* they propose to deliver at such place, ii for more than one. No bid- will l-ecou idored from paries other than regular inauuf.-ctorers. and such a? are kuowu to <his D.-partnn «it to h<* uiiy co i p t ut to execute iu their own shop- the work prop os* d for bhotiid uu% party obtaiui g a contract o f; r Accoutr< in u ? oth er than those m?de In hi? own shops, they will be .ejected, aud the contract loLdcred null and void. 1 lie name ami place of miiititacture ot each party obtaining a contract must b.* stamped cn each part of each act of Accoutrements. 7 he bidder will be r> qupcd io acnmpanv his pro position wttll a Hunt , distd by two mpnnble pernor s, that in ease his bi.l is aretptt-d, he will at ouoeex^'ute the contract for the e»me, with good and sutiic’c: t eureti* h Ina sum <-qu& to the amount of the contract, to deliver the article proposed, iu conformity with the term- ot th s adv ertis. meut, and in raw th -said M -der should tail to enter into the c. mrfcct, they are to make goo 1 the difference be twee a the ofl' r of ssi j b»dd« r aud t’»e utx* rotpoii -ible bidder, or the per-outo whom the contract may be awarded. Tne r» sponstbility of the guarantors must be shown by th oihci&l certificate o» he Clerk of th** near at Dtstriot Court, or of the United Mate* District At torney. lioi .Is in a sura equal to th1 amount of the con tract. signed t»> the c ntracioraid both of hi* guar antoi*. wi I be required of th* *uc.r:*lul liddtr or Liddei a upon »ig ing ti e contract. FORM OF GUARANTY. We, the undersigned, residents of-iu the county «<f-. and Stato of-, hereby, jointly and severally covenant with the U. Mato-, , and guaianv**. iu case the foregoing bid of-; be accepted. that fce or they will at ouce execute the contract for the sjiuo withgood and sullici nt sure- ! ties in a sum equal to the amount of the contra t, • o f Tui-h ti e ariic'e* prop' sea iu rou'ormifv foih* terms of the adv Mi*** met t dated ,lu y 4, lfifH, un er which the Lid wa* madj; aud in case the ►aid —-shall ‘5-ii to ent* r inti* a coutrac , a* wore- j ►aid. gu ratib-eto make good the difference > e I tween the oft r of'ho said-and the next low est r. sponsible bidder, ortho person to whom the | contruCiinay be awarded. i (liven under our h&ml* and seals | tbis-day of-ISO . WitUCSfc : f eal. 1 [Seal. ) j Tn guaranty must be appended the official j certiticafo above mentioned. Kacli party obtaining a cor tract will bo obliged *n enter into noiid with approved sureties for its - faithful execution. Upon the award bring made, successful bidder* will be not tied, aud furni-hed with forms of con tract ard b^nd. The Department reserves the right to reject any or all bids if not deemed satisfaetoiy. and e>pecia ly fho*e madf bv i arties who have failed to make time deliveries und r previous contract* without furui»h iuv satisfac orv r* a-oi * for such delinquency Pro; o* Is v i I hr-a or* ssefl to •* Brigadfer G*ner- * al Geo D. Itauoay, Chief of Or nance, Wa-hlng t n. D ( an 1 endorsed. 11 ”r posal* f »*“ lnfHntry Aocoutr(•lneut*.•, CM). !) RAMSAY, jyll.eodtd Rrigadicr Gen Chief of urduanca IP I’OII HAVEN’T A REFRIGERATOR ! OR, if you have an old one that don't exactly suit you. oo 't fail to examiue ibe very best pat teru uovr in ns , the POL VR REFRIfiER VTOR. For ,al« at the Furniture Rooms of WALTER CORET, 53 aud 5t Exchange street. June (l lW..-d3* UAlliKUAllS. ] FOR CHICAGO. MILWAUK1E, Aud all part, of th« Waat. Hd£510.\ II.Kfcf8 IU (U1CAC0, MILWilKlS, And all other points at the { WEST, SOUTH & NORTH WEST, Forsule at the reduced rates of fa-eatihe Union Ticket Office, 31 Exchange St., W. D. Little, Agent. jui<24dtf FOR THEWHITE MOUNTAINS, Montreal, Quebec, Niagara Falls, AS'/) tt&tURN. Kxcarbion TicWotn for Rale at the R E I) If C ED RATES, By \V. I). Is ITT Is K. Agenl, CMOS' TICKET OFFICE, junc24tl 31 Kxchauge street. REDUCED RA1ES ! l.lll'OKTAM' TO TRAVfiLJbHS [ -TO TH1C West, North & South West! W. I). LITTLE. IS Ageut lor all the great lending routes to CT.ica* go, Cincinnati, Cleveland, LMrcit, Milmaukio, | tjfllf s, (i.'aosIi, St. Paul, La< io#se, Lru-n liay, j t^uiLcy. &t. jloo.r, Lotuswile, lnai>iitiioli», < tiio etc., etc. and i« prepaied to luiun-h '111 no ton * 1 u kkis IroBk rortlauu to all the priLcipui cities aud towns iu the loyal Sla.ia and (.aimu**, at the lowest rates ol taro, and ail uetdiul lulormatieu cheerful y granted. Traveler* will tiud it greatly to their advantage to procure tiuirti ;ko.e» at ;bu ( uion Ticket Ollke, ;ti RuliaugeStreet, {UR STAIRS.) NN - 1.) • LlTTLhii A sent. r?" I’asfeagcrg for California, by the Old Liue Mail Steamer a-d I'anmii* Ksihoad. iuay betecurtd by earlv applicaliou a, this otbet. rickets to Montreal ami Quebec and return (via the t.raiul Trunk Kaiiw 3 ) may do ob’aii t d *t tliis a«ft.C3 on favurai U lornot iua>86 ifcwtl Summer Tourist’s & Traveler’s (hint Combination ol EXCURSIONS! For the Season of 1864. Tickets Good to Return to Notember 1st. t;m>i) miYk iiuihay. ■from Portland —TO— White Mountains, Montienl, Quebec, De troit, Chicago, Wilwaukie, Aiuga.a Fulls, ami le.uru AT VERT LOW RATES OF FARE. Only #10 to Chicago or Milwaukie, i'J.j out and return, riu. Sarnia Lute. To Chicago and Return, all rail, #;13, Also, to boston, New York, upthe Uud»on Hirer Sa’atoga, Lake tseorge. Returning from Niagara Falla cither by (irand rru.,k way, or b, tncKoywJ Mol Liu, through toe lu.uaauu Island, and itapiu, of the dt. u, i renct. IM, ri. an Mnvrp taken at Far ler Ticket,. Sleep ing car* aud at Ketreehment saloons Arittugtnicola ha e hceu made with the Proprie tor, ol the principal Hotel, in Monareal, tgueh o an t it. tri it to take Americau Money at par, ciiar.lmr New Y oik Hotel price,. * For l'tckoni or inf million apply to Aukxt of tirnud iril. k Kailway. K. V. HKALil. Ocueral Agent.£79 Broad way, N Y Hat F nowiuts, aan-tsrn Agent, banner Juroll— dtw S'Kirm KAIL WAV Of (Jannda. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. -iBfltflM*] on *:rJ E>ur Monday, June 27, 1664, alCm trains tviil run daily, (Sunday* except ad) unui lurther notice, as toUowa: l'I* Trains. Leave Portland ter island Fond, Montreal and Quebec at 7.0j x. a and 1 26 p, a. Down 'iiaiui, Leave Island Fond lor Portland, at 6 »l a a and 3 16 r. a. I'he Company are not responsible for bxggsge to any amount exceeding *60 In value, and tbit per sonal, unless notice is given, and paid lor at the rate 01 one passenger lor every *®u additional ealue. 0. J. BKYi>GLie. Managing Director. 11. JIAILRY, Superintendent. 1‘oiliauii, June 2j, 16f4 n0r( PORTLAND AND KKNNEBE<rK7lt. SPRING A ARRANGEMENT, I Commencing Monday, April 25 18C4 Pap*enger train* Ida«-#8kowbcgan for ; au and Boi-tun, at 8 4o a ji , Au guoa, li.o Bath 12 Id t. M. Auvuxta | l* Portland and Boston at 5.So A, M.; Bath 6.3n A. Portland for Ba h, A u.tnta. Waterrillo Kendall'* Mill* and Skow hegai, at 1.10 1’. M Poitland for Bat!. and Augusta 8 15 I* M. l’4«eu<€W for .<ation*ou tin* sVi.droFCoggiL Rail road will char.©car* a< hiui.»wkk. 1 no I Id . M.-train f om rortiand connect* at Kendau • Mills with Maiuo Central Railroad lor ■ Bangor, t c . arriving *amu evening. ^btag«*lcar© Ba h for Roc*land at ft A. il. and 3 fct;go# leave Auxu-ta *or Belfast at 4 P M tJtagor loar# bkow began at 6 10 F. 31 for Anion, So on ate. l hr ugh licket* for all the station* on this and the Androscoggin Railroad, can be procurreu in Uoatou at the Eastern or Bo* on and &»!• ti-tatkn* a ji to ,C.B ** ClISHMAN.Superintendeav Aprt) 18,1864 ^ aj.-iStf Vork St CunifM-i Kunroml. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. On and after MONDAY, April 1th., 1864, train* will leave a* ’ folio wit, until further notice • aaco River for Portia i .i at 6 46 •(Freight Train with Passenger Cars) and 9 16 a. m . and 8.30 r x. Leave Portland lor Saco River, 7.45 a. m. and 2.00 and 6,20 r u. The 2 00 *. x. train out, xud 6 46 a x. train luto 1 ortUau, will be freight train* with it*f*eu*er cara aitacLed dtagea connect at ^accarappa daily for South Wiouhtttn, Windham Center at.d Great Fall*. At Gorham tor W'eat Guihuui, blandish. Steep Fall*, Baldwin, aebago, Biida’on iliiant, 1 *i ruing ton, Ooruiub, Denmark, Brownfield J.ovel, Fry# Ourg, Conway,Barnett, AiWauy, Jackson and Ra ton, N. 11. At Button Center for Weil Buxton, Bonney Ea gte. South Limington. Limingti-n and Limerick At 8aco River tri-weekl>. lor Uoiiia, Limerick, 0**ip©e, Newtield, Par*»ou*tield. Fu ng, am, free dom. Madi-on. r aten. 1 orn ah, 1 oru-r, h c Fare* 6 cent* loo* wneu ticket* are purchased ia the Office, than w hen jam in the t ur-. DAN. CARPENTER,Sant. Portland April 7. lHr4 dtf nil!IE CENTtiAL liAILKOAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. AflMDQ Trams leave Portland, Grand Tina* Vs'"itsUM8 ta tio n, f r Lewiston and Auburn, at 7a.M. For Bangor and intermediate station* at 1.25 p.m RETURNING—leave Lewi-tOD at 6.20 a. m.. tad arrive iu Portland at 9.30 a m. Leave hangur at 7.30 a. m ,arid arrive ia Portland at 'i 15 P. m. Both those trains oonueet at Portland wi;b trains lor Boston Fright train leaves Portland at 8 a m., and re turning h du** inPortland at 1 p. m. Sta,:e* connect with trains at priucioa! stations, daily for most oi the towns North and Last ot this line. C. M MORSE Sup’t. Waterville N ovember, IMS decl4 PORTLAND, HACO A PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. SUMMER ARRANGE MrNTE. Commencing April lltli, 1854. ■XrrtTTtmr P*-a"eng«r Trains will leave the 8ta tion, Canal street, daily, (Sundays ex denied) as follows: Leave Portland for Boston, at 9 45 a. m. and 3.(4 P. M. Leave Boston Tor Portland at 7.30 a m. and 3.00 P M Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.00 a. ar . and 6.30 p.m. The *e trains will take and leave passengers at way station Freight trains leave Fortiaud and Boston daily. FRAN* 18 CHASE, Superintendent. Portland. Oot. 30.196$. oc31 edtf MAINE INSURANCE CO. Auguata, Maine. fllUE Main*) insurance Company insure against X loss or damage by Fire, Building’', Merchan dize and Furniture on terms as favorable* as it can be done bv any solvent Company. Policies issued for One, Three, or Five years. J. L. CUTLER, President. J. H. WILLIAMS,Secretary. CDWAKO SHAW-Agent, Ho. 102 Middle Street. 11TUKMATIOM4L Fire Insurance Company I Of A'ew Fork, Ojkct 113 Broadway. CASH CAPITAL SI,000,000. 1V1L E. WARREN, President. HAMILTON BRITE, Vice rreii.lent. GEuRGL W. SAVAGE, Secretary. l Portland Board of Pefrrenctt: Jon* B. Brown & Son, IIkrkky Flktchkr k Co. H. J. Libby k Co. J»un Lynch k Co. < The unde Aigne I having been appointed Aoknt and \TToRNkY for v til-* C« in pa y. is now prepared to issue Polic es on lu-urallc Property at current rates, ET Portland Off**, KG Fore 8trerf. ( JOHN W. HUNGER, Agent. J one 8,1864.—otf * I STEAMBOATS. | Portland and Penobscot River, Summer ArnuiKemenl, 1864. THIiNBW, STAUNCH AND COMMODIOUS ITCMLK LAEIV LA.\U, Built expressly for this route, ( APT. WILLIAM* H. ttOIX, jfswvo Wiil common ce Ler Summer Ar* j ^^^H*SA^*raugeintut ou MONDAY MOUN ABSxVBHPrlMi, June 6'h, Leaving Bangor ev r> Mo. da/, Wed need a. aud Friday Mornings, at o c ock Keturuing will leave Hailroad Wharf, foot of itsdc street, Pert land, every Monday. Wednesday iud Friday Evening*, at 10 o’clock, connecting with , he Eaateru, Boston and Maine, and Portland, saco ,ud i'ort-'iuoutli Haiirua * from Ho»tou and Way i it A’ions, b avu.g Bo.-tou bt 3 o'cloc •, 1*. M 1 he Boat will tench at K«ckl«ud, Camden, Bel 1 hst Bucks* cut, Wiuterpor and Hampden, both . cays, l a-aei gers tickeud through to and from ib 4to*i, Lowell, Lawrence, Salem aud Lynn. For mow* exteuded iniorwatiou, apply to J. O. , Ketidnoa, Bangor; toe Iccal Alien It* at the various a ding**; the Depot Mas tore ot the l\ h L P, Mattern, aud B. * M Hailroad*; Abk*l born rby, l ortlaud; Lang & Dtf ano Boston. or Oil Ad SPEAK, General Agent. June 4.—isdtf Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. ja One of the following firrt-c.a** of thia Line viz:—leruvian, II be.nix, North American. Jura, llcl XZBavTTj -;tbii, Nova Scotian, Moravian, Da* iritaacue. *. i .•'ail irom Quebec, xvkky Saturday Moh.mxo. tor Liverpool via i ond merry. Also the *>t earner a St. David ot Gkorub, St 4m»rkw. 8t. Patrick, in month y tre-tu Quebec ior Glasgow. Pr« paid and return tickets issued at rtxluc d rates. For passage apply to Li. A A. Ai.L* AN. Mont j owl, or to .1 L. E All it Eli, may iddtf No. 10 Exchange atreot Portl-nd. Internaiiopal steamship Company. Eitetport, Calais & St John. two Title* en« wf.ui. On and After Monday, March 23, the superior sea-going Mcainei NEW BKL’NSWJCh. t/apt. E B. Winchester, will leave Hailroad W’nar., i <ot oi State Street, every Monday at. 6 o’Clcck P. M .and the Steamer NE W’ ENGLAND, *‘apt. E. Fit-Id, every Thursday at 5 o’clock P. M.. for . a»tport and M John, N. H , connecting at Kxatpon with s eamer Qaceu, for Kobiuaou,6t An drews aud Calais, and bta*e coaches lor Ma chias, aud at *t. John with steamers for Fre-ler ictou ana wirn suauei Km tror lor Digty, Wind sor and Luliiax. and with the E A N. A. naiiroad lor Hhediac ann all way fallen*. Kcturuiug. wi 1 eave St Johu every Monday and Tbnrsiiav a 8 o’clock A. M., for Lamport, Portland and rioston. Through tickets procured of the Ageutsand Clerk on boftru Steamers. Freight received till 4 o’clock P. M., Mondays and Thursdays mayOdtf__ C. C. RATOV, Agent. I'ortlauu aud Boston Line. THE STEAMERS Fore*t City, Lowiiton and Montreal jIJJSSw Will, nutil further notice, res ae follows: -lYT Leave Atiaulie Wharf. Portland, ever) Monday , Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, at, o clock P. 11., aud India Wharf, Heston, erery Monday, lnc.-day, Wednesday,Thursday and Friday,-t 7 o'clock P. M. ’ Fare in Usbia.*1.60 ” on Deck. l’*6 Freight taken ae usual. The toiupauy are not r-.poaeible for baggage to any amount exceeding *60 iu value, aud that perion al, uules- notice is given aud paid for at the rat* oi one passenger for every S600 additional value. Feb.IS. 1803 dt< L. BlLLIKug, Agent Portland and Mew Vork Steamer* SEMI-WEEKLY LINE. m p. The splendid and fast Steamihin ^-: ;fevj*Jjt"IX)l:'L'BT POINT," Capt..Willxtt, \—. ttnu "POTOMAC,” Captain SHntt -?*■«!» wooo.wUJ,until further notice. r a d as follows Leave Browns Wharf, Portland, erery WEDNK8 KDAY, at 4 P. M., and leave Pier »North Elver, New York, every WEDNESDAY aud SATURDAY,*. 3o'clock, F.7M a These rcesel* arc fitted up with flac accommodations for passengers, making thisthe most speedy, cafe and eomiortable route for traveller* between New York and Maine Passage *7,00, including Fare and State Rooms. Goode forwarded by this lliotoand from Montreal, Quebec, Bangor, Bath, Augusta, Esstport and St! John Shippers are requested to "end their freight to tbi steamers aeeariy a* 8 P. M„ on tha day that then lOMve Portland 9 For ireif ht or pates/e apply to KMKRY ft KOX. Brown * Wharf, Port!an4. H. B. CROMWF.LL ft CO., No. 36 VTetftStraet Now York. Deo tf.isea. dtf FOR SALE & TO LET House nutl House l,ot» For Se|e, ■ Located in Westbrook, about five miuutee walk from the Morse l ar. at Woodford'. cottier. . Alao, tiie pleasan ly located two -—■-'.tor Dwelling Moo c l.os, le «*“"> u*.tupied by Mr. J. C. Kcmick. The lot eon tam> -bout Uo*, ai d i#oue ol tbe hnent loca tiuDtf lor a genteel rei-idei Co to bo found in the *ub i*r Be-in* I© than two miles from too i oi iiat.ti t ost Office, hi.4 command* a lice view oi tlu* city. * ‘ *ur,.htr particulars call on the undeiel/ncd at 21* ©ore Street, corner Uni. u .Strict. J>14<lc| BU US DIMIAM Dwelling House for Salt*. ^V/i* A lWo *to y dwell hi? hous- on Tongrcaa .St. ;:i nearly opposite the cattieliait d Villa cl 5 I. uhmrtlwi arUun, r. q , and on tbe ‘ine of the Ut rae 1. <a. 1 i ua ti 11 in bou-c Oe main* fourteen finis lied au.i is well aduptco to accommodate two fami.'iea, Uith at puia.f ut building*. stable, Ac , and a wi li of a * r in the yard. A iur*;o part of the purchase menty cau lay on mortgage if <jtsir* d Ih a property will; e ti rud at Auction on the Ural of Auxusi. 11 not sclu Ik tore. .. , ALLEN HAINE$. 1 ertlaud, Julyil, )8»-4. l or Mnlc. V VALUABLE lot ol }and>ituated in Westbrook, U’hi ih tuct of lho atieet, tioin the Steven's 1 »ju»ii8il 10 the county road Item KUup'» to ” o Uloid'8 4.0 IH r; bve n hint * walk to the Horse Kvilroad. containing fcbout six acre*, t’nrU-twu ro son ruii coum> roau; this loi is viluubie fur buil iu|( lots or cultivation—is mo tly covoied wi;h a bardsouie inui ie grove For term;) appi) to W. iJ. LiUoDUi U, bioveu's I'laiiiB. J» tl House 11 ud Land lor Mnleatti Bnr rp°E ij story trick il, n.-e Xo. 9 Portland street A 1 !*«-• lot is »i3 .eot on l'o tuad rtnei, rouiiiiM Luo* it- Ox fold street. said bcu'O i- s tuateu in the of tike city, on the dine, lino oi vhe ilor-e kirn Iruad. l'ri e ’jlt'lu.W', ¥lMi,00ol which cau re main on a mortK»xt»- For farther particulars ic VVM Ai.LKNJr, j) 18p4>dtf Nos 13 aud lf» Fxcharge street. Valuable Kelt I L.mie for Seale. U'E have fur sale a very desirable llcu-e, ecu traliy and ph*&p»Lily located, fimsht-U aud iui Lis>la d from garret to col ar; tvt rv hiux in and abou’the houae in perfect oid r: will b* sold with tho furnKuro. which s u xood t»aU aud in iinooi d< r lmm> tllaie ion given. 1 ho bouse and lui Lituif can be cxauiiiu-d kt any tin «• and inter uiaaou give by calling on iiK^iil bAiLKY ft Co., Auctioneers, maylddtf Luiid on Free street for Sale. rpUE valuable real estate on Free strtet, known A a the "Furbish property " Tbe lot is about 106 Get uu Free street snd e-tends b3ck about 174 teot. Mid estate will be sold as a w hole, or tbe easterly halt ol the dwelling tiuuso, with lot about 40b> 17o feet, will be sold b> itself application may'be made to James Furbish. Esq. "ti tue premises, or to GLU E M JAtKvON, inlyldtt_ G2 Exchange street. For hale. I SQUARE block oflsnd. of about 73000 acres ia ol wood land, on tbe south aide of the rt>er St Laivrauco, in Canada East It is interceedtd by two considerable rivert with eligible Slit! .its. Well wooaed wim every description ot timber, sucb as uiuc and syruce in large quantities, and maple berch beech, lainarac auu bass wo <1 it any amount Enquire ol H. T. MACH1N, Portland. Portland, Feb. ISM. tbbSocodtf For hale, i«v CUFF COI CAGE, containing over 60 ntti-i** rooms.largestaolo and sliest?—situated two snci ene-half milts trom-Portland, and tbe •.k‘ii»ia ! u‘situation iu Capo Eli jbetb for a wa tering place, and summer boarders. F'or particulars enquire of G EO. OW Eli, apTdtf 101 Congress Street,Portland. For halo, THE valuable estate on the westerly corner of I iilgh and spring streets, tor man? yeais ow ned tml occupied by the late George liartot J. & E, M. 1! vXii. 173 Middle Si. July *,1861. julyOjlm For fenle. V TWO story House and Lot. situated on Port land street, with stable and otberont buildings. ; Also two adjoining lots containing about eight hoasand square I'n-t. Enquire of X. STEVENS, S’o. 47 i'ortlaud street. Juneyd’i’ House- For Suit*. V TWO story wooden bouse, No IS Adams street, II finished rooms, convenient tor two families; ileuty ot good water. For particulars Inquire oi B. J. WILL ART). Portland, May It, 1RS4. mat lt odtf To Let. tSOI'R Offices, slngleor in suites, over Stores Nos. lGJ and IG4 Exchange oiteot, opposite the Inter* tatloual Homo. Apply o i thopremisea lo jv4dtf A. L. BROWN. To Lei. £TOKE now occupied by U8. Possession given immediately. Also, a Front OUloeiu Hanson Block jauddtf U. J. L1BBKV A CO To Let. raN’E STOKE In Galt’s Block. Apply to II T. MACHIN ap22 dtf ■ To Id’l. nt!IAMHER8 over stores 11(1 and 112 Federal SI L Apply to J. COOUDGE A Co , _ „ . . . .. *** Commercial street. Portland, July 20.—d8w MEDICAL. Good News l«r ihc rutortunatc. THE LOKU EOtOHT EOS DISCOFBIiSD AT LAST Oheroke© Remedy -AND CHEROKEE INJECTION. COMPOUNDED FROM ROOT*. BARK* AND I.IAVM CIIBUOKRK REMEDY, the great ndian Diu ©tic, euros all di ©a* s of th* Lriuary t. gaus. such as Incontinence of the L'rine, Inflauiatiou of the j Kidney a, Stone iu tie Bladder,Strict*re, Grtvii, (jloet, Gonorrhea, and is especially recommended in those ca*c*8 of Fluor Alban, or Whites in Female*) where ail the old nauseous medicine* have failed. It i* prepared iu a highly conoenlraUd form, the dose only being from one to two teaspoon Ini* three Urn©* per day. It it diuretic and altmatire la its action; purifying and oleaujing the blood, esa-iug it to flow in alt it* original purity and rigor; thus removing from the system all ptfrnioious eause* which h*»e Induced din ease. CHEROKEE /EJECTION is intended as an ally or assistant to the CHEROKEE REMEDY, an should be used in conjunction with that medicine in all ca*o*of Gonorrhea, (Jlt*.i, Fluor Albutor Whilst. Itsotfectsare hea’iug, soothing and demulcent; re moving all scaldiug, hoat, choadeo and pain, instead of the burning and almost unendurable pain that la experienced with nearly all the cheap quark injec tions. By the use of the CHRROKER REMEDY and CUEllOKEK INJECTION—the two medicine* at the same time—ail improper dischargee are removed and the weakened organs arc speedily restored to Ai:l vigor and strength. For full particular# get our pamphlet fYem any drug store in the country, or write us ami we will mail free to any address, a full treatise. Price, CUEROKP.E REM ED Y, *2 j er bottle, or three bottles for to. Price, CHEROKEE INJECTION, «2 per bo e or three bottle* for %6. Sent by Express to any addrvss on receipt of the price. 8old by all druggists, everywhere. I>R. W. R. MERWIN 1 Ce., SOLS PROPRIETORS, No. 69 Liberty St., New York. Cherokee Cure 1 THE OT.BAT INDIAN MEDICINE. COXFOtTXDBD FROJf ROOT*, BARKS AKD LKAVIS. An unfailing cure fur Spermatorrhea, Semina Weakness, Nocturnal Emissions, and all diseases caused by self polution: such as Lost of Memory, : Universal Lassitude, Pains in the Back, Dimneas oi Vision, Premature old Age, Weak Nerves. Difficulty | of Breathing, Trembling, Wakefulness, Eruptions on the Face, Pale Countenance, insanity, Consump tion, and all the direful complaints caused by de parting from the path of natnre. This medicine isa simple vegetable extract, anti J one on which all can rely, as it ha* be n used in our practice for many years, and, with thousands treated, it has not foiled in a single Instance. Its curative power? hare been sufficient to gain victory over the . most stubborn case. To those who have trifled with their constitution until they think themselves beyond the reach oi medical aid, we would say, Dr&pairnetthe CUBIt ; OKEE CURE will restore yon to health aud vigor, and after all quack doctors have failed. For Axil particulars get a circular from any Drug j store iu the country, or writ© the Proprietors, who will mail free to any one desiring the same a full ! treatise in pamphlet form. Price, C2 per hot lie, or three bottles for f5, and forwarded by express to all parts of the world. Sold by all respectable druggists everywhere. DR. W. R. MERWIN * Cw.. *OLS PROPRIETORS. febfl eodAwly No. 69 Liberty 8t.. New York. Female STRENGTHENING CORDIAL. This Medicine is of long tried efficacy for correct ing all disorders incidental to tLc feminine sex. That the afflicted may fK l assured that thia Cordial is traly valuable and worthy their confidence, not one ot those seer-1 compounds purposed to destroy healthy action, I add a few testimonials from phys icians whom ail. lavoriug the Electric and Returned Practice o Medicine. respect. DK. WILLARD C. GFuKGE, formerly Professor in the Worcester Medical College, and President of the Electric Medical Socitty, Mass., speaks oi it in the following terms: "I have used tha Female Strengthening Cordia. ttmiiar to that preparation by DR GFO W j SWEPT. 106 Hanover street, and 1 regard it as cna of the best Medicines for Female t omplaint* that caa be found." DK. J. KINO, Author of "Woman: Her Dis ease# sad thslr Treatment. ’ sa> # "This Mediei us appears to exert a specific influ ence on the Uterus Ills a valuable agent in al de rangements of the Female Beproouctive Organs." DK SMITH, resident of *he New Tort Asso ciation of Botox ic rbysictoas. aays. No Female, if ia doltoat# health,ahood omit Ike timely ns© of this valuable Cordial I ewe much ot mv siicoecs in midwifery to the use of this Medi cine." MOTTIRKB AND MARRIED LADIES The following from Dr. FAY Is worthy your xo i tic©: 'Asa general remedy for Female Complaints this 4 Cordial’ is a very valuable one. but by the Profes sion It is esteemed more highly for i?a good result during Coofloemei t in relieving the great suffering j attendant upon childbirth. 1 acknowledge with l>r. Htrifh that tnach *( my saccvt* in midwih ry Is das to the use of this medicine. It strengthen* both mother and child. In each cat** 1 follow the di rections of Prof king, by allowing my patients to use- it a fow weeks previous to confin-mtut, a* by the energy it Imparts to the uterine nervous system the labor will be very much facilitated, and removes the *craps which many female- are li*b«n to. Na woman, if she knew the great va'ueof this Strength eiiing Cordial w«>u?d sail to use it." I have received numerous testimonials from diff erent partsofthe country whore used knowing the good it is capable of doing, I w II warraut every bottle of my 14 Cordial" to be satisiactory in Ita re sults. The following symptoms indicate thoee afftetions in which the remote Strengttitnm g Corauii Las proved invaluable: indisposition to Exertion. Wakefulness, Uneasi j ness, Depression of Rpirits. Trembling, Lose of Power, Pain In the Rack. Alternate Chills, and Flushing of Heart, Dragging xetisaHon at tha Lower Part of the Body, lleadaobe, Languor Ach ing Along the thighs, Iutolervncw of Light and Hound, Pale Countenance. Derang* m< tit of ha Stomach and Bowels, Difficult Breathing. Hysteria. Ac Ao It is a specific remedy in all Uterine Diseases, . Chlorosis ot Green sick no-*© Irregularity, Painful ness. Profuse or Suppression of Customary Dis charges. Lcucorrhwa or Whites. Scirrhus or Ulcer ate State ot the Uferti#, Sterility, Ac No better Tonic can »to#.siMy Ve put op than this, and cone less likely to do hum. and it is composed wholly of vegetable agenH, and *u«*h as we have known to be valuable, and have used for many year*. PRICE, One Dollar Per Bottle, or six bottles for *6. Should your druggist not have It. send directly to u*. and when six bottles or more are ordered we will pay all expenses, aud have it securely patktd from observation. Be sure and get that prepared at the New England Botanic Depot. lOfi Hanover St. Boston. GEO. W. 8WETT, M D., Proprietor. II* II. II 4 If, Agent, Portland* mch3codflm STATEMENT OF THE .Etna litMiranrc Company, OF HARTFORD, CONK.. On the 1*» day of November, A. D. 13«S, v reqiired by the Law* of the state of Maine. The Capital Stook 1».. .*1.800.000 ««<l vtilh the surplus it tepefied atfoUowt: ties! estate, unlnenmb-rcd, *$7,98* 18 Cash lu hand, cn deposit, and in agents' hand*. 310.980 M Lnited State* Stoeki, 6I2.$<7 80 State and City Stook?.aad Town Bond*, 80s 460 00 Bank and rru*t Company Stock*, 1,'.17.270 00 Mortgage Bonds. 831,9110 00 Atlantlo Mutual las. Co'aecrip, 18(3 *, 15,88* (0 Total Asset*, SS,028.870 74 Amount of LiabUitiot lor Losses not due or adjusted, *176.411 It Amount at risk estimated, 118,610,479 ft TtlOS. A. ALEXANDER, PreoidoBt. Lrnirs ,T. li anna*. Secretary. Hartford, AYn 7, 1803. J. C. CHURCHILL, Agent, No. 1 Iron Biorh, ronlaiitl l*|pr. dec*dtf Dirigo Insurance Company OF TUB CU T OF PORTLAND. Office No. 3S Exchange street. Capital $200,000 riini* Company is now prepared to issue potleie* l on ail kind* of property Insurable against (Ire at cut rent rates A K. SUGHTLEF. PranMcnt. JEUKMIAII BOW, Secretary. , ^ Directors, J. B. Brown, 8. E. Spriug, P. W Clark. J. B. Carroll, John Lynch, II. I. Hubluaon Trustee*. _ St. John Smith. II. M. Payton, C. II. Haskell, Andrew Spring, N. O. Cram, Philip II Brown. 11. N. Jo«e, Jere. Dow. G. W Woodman, II tl. Libbv. II. 1. Kobiuaon, J. N Wiu-low, 8. C. ('hate. Alvah Conant. Wm. Moulton. Portland. Mav 4. ISA4. mayftdtt Notice. THIS dav I give to rav two «on*. E. J. %nd Chaa. Kan JIB. their Usne, to act and trad Hr them* selves; I shall not claim thoir wa?e» or par their debt*. T C. RANDALL, KfZ r Falls, Me. 'Witness, .Mary Pillabury, Mary S. PllDbury. June 27,19*4, 7 June 28 I HSgyrr— i » ___ _MEDICAL. | Lvon's Periodical Drops TKE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyons Periodical Drops! ARM METTLE TH AM ALL Pill., Powder. A Quark Prepnrauoa*. Lyons Periodical Drops! -ARM Sure to do Goodand cannot do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! The Orent Female Homed) LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! *«» imw thaw ail PILLS,POWDERS t QtTJCK PREPARATIONS LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! \RE PURE TO DO GOOD AAD CAUNOT DO HARM Lyon’s Periodical Drop* THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lycn’s Periodical Drop* ARR SETTER Til AX ALL PILLS. POWDERS END Ifi'ACK MEDICINES. Lyon ’* Periodical Drop* ; Ar« Sure to do Good and oannot do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Ureal Fenmle Kerned). LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS ARM BITTER THAB ALL Pills, Powder* and Quack Preparation!. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS *CRK TO DO UOOD AND CANNOT DO liAKM Lyon's Periodical Drops TH* QRKAT FEH1LI BIUIDT Lyon’s Periodical Drops Ara better than all Pill*, Powder*, And Quack Preparation*. Lyon’s Periodical Drops, Sure to do Good and cannot do Harm. Price, $1 per KoUlc. Tor Ml* by ail At whole**!* by W. t rbiliipe, B. II. Hay k Co , Portland, oat22 eodl? CATARRH !. NOISES IN THE HEAD I I CUBED BT INHALING • A Harmless Fluid, OP AdREEARLF. ODOR. N'O VIOLENT SYRINGING a Of the Head. Tnr. PEN*F or TASTE AND SMELL RESTORED DR. B. UOOD ALE'S CATARRH REMEDY. Dr. Iioodmlt hat combatted Catarrh until ho has fought it down. It hit been a long war, bat hit tri umph is complete. Through all cow log time bit Ca tarrh Remedy will be known at the only one anti dote for a disease whieh tap*rflc<a i~t# have declar ed iucuratle. Cata rh doctor#, to called, tpiiDg up like mushroont on all tide#, i ho oLJvct of the^« pocktt practitioners is money. 1 hey use dangerous lustrum* uls. Thtlr violent manifulstL at i’ntate the alleady Inflamed metatrauo. They never cure. Dr. boodf-lc’s treatment is medicinal, not mechani cal. lie doe# not believe la tbe force-pump system, which i« working to much roDctuef. His remedy parses through the absorbents, to the seat of the dis ease, aud obliterates it. It does not relieve merely for a day, but for all time. Lastly, it costs a dollar , a bottle—no more. f>r. Dody% of Jubui* .V. T. After having witnessed the effects of this Remedy ia Catarrh, thus speaks of it;-It is truly ai d un conditionally a iJeicuit au *i*-citic ’or the’■ hole dis ease. Mjch au article ought not te te ’Lid (timer a bushel." and any insu who cao invent so trulv an efficient and i >•*) ireartmedy U>r tuch a loathsome disease, ought to be couai-.ered on* . f the bene ac tors ot bis race, and bis name and the . fleet, ol bis skill perpetuated. Yours re«t ertfn ! . D. L DO I Hi K. A. M Ptinj MUet, the trrll-tHmrtt Trart’lcr, And who«e family phvstciau Dr (*ooda e was for mauv years, save—11 Dr <* tod ale sav« be can rure Cafar.h. heron cure it." Ac Price 91 r«end a stamp for a j an-ph'ef Dr K LiOODALK'S Office and Dep-g , 76. nivwkei i'rm t, one d-*»*r wtst ot Hroa f way, Mew Yosk. II. H. llav Agent tor t ort laud June 2d. 1*63. JuneWiy T A ft 1C Sc W 0**0* ’* Patent Metallic or Copper Paint* FOR VESSELS* BOTTOJiK. To Ounm unit Tin-ter*, ol Vi *«el*. This superior articlo !• offered with the fullest con Adeuce. W lieu applied to WOODEN BOTTOM VE53EL8 i* will be found a perfect suNtitut- lur Copper Sheathing, and a COMFLF.TL PKF8FKVAIIVfc from WORMS, BAR* ACl.fcS, GRASS, &o. V*e scls trading t«» the Wist India and Southern forts will And it particularly lor their interest to use t. e f 1T1NT MtTA LL*C 01 ( Ot 11k l’iiUT. The proprietors will In every ca.~e guarantee, not only tha* their Copper faint is sui erier to any now In use. but also to any that has been heretofore of f red to the public. Priuted directions for useactompeny each can. * For sale, wholesale and retail, by the Mauufho turers’ Agents, LYMAN & MARRETT, Ship Ohnncilers, No. 115 Commercial Street. ap302tawJmfORTLAR l>. THE BOSTON TIRE BRICK And Clay Retort Manufacturing Co.. Works, 394 Federal street, office tad Warehouse 13 Liberty Square and 7 Hatter) march St. manufacture Fin* Brick, ail shapes and sues. for furnaces required to •tana the most interne heat also Furnace Block* and Blabs, Locomotive Fire Blocks. Bakers'Oven and Green-house Tiles. Clay K-rorts and necessary Tiles to set them. Fire Cetaeut, Fire Clay and Kaolin , The undersigned will give their special attention that all orders for the above manufacture are execu ted with promptness. JAMES E MONO At O. Sulliko Aobkts. IS Liberty Square, Boston, mchll eodfan The Cabinet Organs MADE EXCLUSIVELY BY MASON & HAMLIN Are the beet in«trumente of their class in the world. Nearly all the most prmiiu«*o arti-i* in the country have given writteu testimony to this effect, and (hose instruments are in conataut use in the concerts ol the most distinguished artists—a* Gottschalk and other*—as well as In the ras in the princ pal cit tea -vheneversTch ins'rumeuM are rou rtd. frice •*■6 to f 'CH» each. These lustrum* uU niav be fou»d at the Mus e Rooms of the subscriber, where they will be sold at the manufacturers’ prices. U. S. EDWARDS, No.3-»9f Stewart's Block, t'onjtre?. 3t. ___opM3dtl Kv**ixn«*i*a Crmeirry. rjlUF. Sapcrinteodont of Kvcrcjocn Oraeterv will •14 b* ot ln« office. In Now t'ltyWjl din* mtronre on Vlvrtto Street, from ifi'elskf to »Vc“£kP M., every .'oy, eftbndto ony coll, iu connect ou with said Cemetery * JS2*»" m?> 'b. office et ony time opjovlt000,1 U. C.BABB, Superintendent. MEDICAL. MORE T EST1 MOAlALS T M - MRS. MANCHESTER Isconstantly rrcrivlog unsolicited testimonial* cl tit* astonishing cures performed by her. Among many reoently received are the following, which are •ommended to the notice of the afflicted. Mr*. Mas shelter may be consulted at No. 11 Clapp's IIloch, Rnom No. 8. 4 CASK OK SPINAL DISK ASK CUR Kit rhi- is to oerttty that 1 went to see Mrs. M»nch*s ter last March with e deughtarof miuetroubled with •piusl disease, for which she Dhd been doctored lot dr* years, and by a number ot phyalciana of tiods; andahehnahad twenty-one applications rlectrioity tppUod, bat all to no effect; but ah* oaa inanity grew worse, loams to the oonclaaion, the last resort, to go and see Mrs. Manchester, and iid so; and to my great surprise ,h* told me the dr.t ause ot the disease, and bow she had been from time to time, which encouraged me to try her medicines I did so. and now my daughter is able to be around tbe house all ot the time. She also rides tea or flK men mile* without nay trouble or tnoonTenieuoe.aud t think in a short time she will be restored to perfect health. Sine* my daughter has been doctoring, 1 aa?e heard ol a great many cases that Mis. Maaehi a tar hat oured 1 think ir any per-on deserves pat ronage, It is the one who tries to preserve the healts o! tbesiok and smflbnug; and 1 know that sue a,a, ivory oflort whies lies ta her power u bcnellt hot patients. iiui L. K«iout«. feat,no* halt-btu, Aaav it KniouTS, tdsna Km ouva. Kruatutck, Manus, August tit. OSK OK TUK ORKAtKST CUKK8 o« RKCOK Maa MsaositTr.B—IJwje Jfadast:—Thinking <tntemcnt ol my ease may ha of srrrto* to others similarly afflicted, 1 hasten to give it to yen. This is briefly my ease—I svas taken sick about 1* months ago with the Liver Complaint In a vary had form. 1 applied to tour different physician*, bat re telved SO benefit until 1 called oa yon. At that time I had given np basinets, and was in n very bad stain, '.at aitor taking your medicine for a short timt I be ! ran to r soever, and ta two month* I was inti rely wall, and bad gained several pounds of Scab, and can truly say that by yoor skill 1 am a perfectly heal hy mui. Joe am Davis. Patton t hiatus Depot, PorUaud, Mo. 4 REMARKABLE CURE OF A CASE OF DRo ST CURED B r MRS. MANCUXsTKR I his is to certify that 1 lure been cured or tht Dropsy of anrea years standing by Mr*. Manehtt far. 1 hare been to phyciciauc In Boston, New York and Philadelphia. They all told me that they eoaii do nothing for me, unless they tapped me. and as sured me that by Upping I oonld live bat a short ; time. 1 had made np my mind to go home and lire u long u I oonld with the disease, end then die. Ol my way home I sUyed over night in Portland with a friend of uiae, and told them what my mind w u n regard to my disease. They dually persuaded ms to go and sec Mrs. Manchester. She examined me and told me my ease eaaetly. I was so much astonished to think that she told me correctly, that 1 told her that I would take her medi cines, not haring the least faith that they would mo any good, or that I should get the slightest relief from any econo whatever; dually 1 took the medi cine and went home. In one week from the time 1 jommenoed taking the medicine, I had over tires gallons of water pass me In seven hours; and my fal low -offerers may be assured that it was a groat relief to me. 1 had not beea able to lie down in had at night before this for two years. Now 1 can lie de-* with perfect case. I have takes her medioinr eight mocthi. and am ai wall ax any man coaid t to he, and no signs of dropsy. I weald xdvli that are sick to go and consult Mn. MaadUk. •vealfthey bare been given up iy other p'„ deigns I have sent her a number of caruu of oil. iiswues, and the hu cared them also. Go and for yoeraolves. I had ao lsitb, but now my fhHb cannot be lhaked in her skill In telling and oaring diseaeu. Cnu»i Utisoi, Sanai I. Hiuoa, Many A. Hannon. Bangor, Mata*, Jprii Id. Oomon Hocus—From 8 A M. nil ( P. M. uelTtuInata' edly DR. 1. R. UIGHE8 CAB BB VOUBD AT HIS PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, No. J Temple Street, VtTilhliK he can be consulted privately, and with vv the utmost confidence by the afflicted, at all hears daily, from 8 a. n. to 9 r. u. ;>r. H. addresses ibose who are .offering under the affliction of private dlaea.-e, whether arising from Impure connection or the terrible vice ol scll-abuar. Devoting bis entire time to that particular breach of the medical proleeeiou. he feels warrants, in Goan AHTjtuino a Cuaaiw atL lain, whether of ion standing or recently contracted, entirely remosia I he dregs oi disease from the system, and making perfect and PKRMAXEX1 CURE. lie would call the attention of the afflicted In I the: of his long standing and well earned repautlon famishing saffloieat assurance of hie skill and sue' 9CFS, CAUTION ro THfc PUBLIC. Kvery in'slilgent and thinking person mat; knew shat remodive bend-.d out from general use should hare their efficacy eeithlisheu by welltestedeape ricnce la the hands of a regularly educated pbyti I cint, whose preparatory study ttts him lor ul the duties he must lulfill; yet tbe country is Hooded with C>r nostrums and cure-nils, purporting to be tbe t in the world, which are not only useless, but al ways injurious 1 he unfortunate should be rgUTic tn.Alt In selecting his pR^stataa, is it Is s Ismentuhla ,,t mconlre vertable fact that many syphilitic ap Dents are made miserable with ruined coustituuoue by ntaiireuiment fiom inexpi rienccd pbysieiaar in generm practice; tor it ie u point gea. rally ceneeded y the beet *> philogreph. rs, that the etedy end man agement of these cert,plaints should engross the whole Urns of these who would he competent SId successful in their treatment and cure. The Inert peritnoed general praotitioucr. having neither op. po.-tunity n r time to make hi in sell acquainted with their pathology, commonly pnsrues one system of treatment, in most cuaee making an indiscrimirata use of that antiquated and dangerous weapon. Mer cury, HAVE CONFIDENCE. All who have committed aa excess of any hind,, whettiar it be the solitary vice ot youth, or the sting ‘ag rebuke of misplaced confidence u uiaturee years, SFXK FOX AX AXTIDO TK IX FXASOX. rhe Fuius and Aches, aad Lassitude and Nervous Prostration that may follow Impare the Barometer to the whole system. Do not wnit for the consummation that is sure to fol low. do not wait for l lt-ightly Ulcers, for Disabled Limbs, for Loss of Beauty und Complexion. HOW MAX i THOUSANDS CAX TMSTIFT TO mis b r uxuAi-rr KirKuiMxc t Toaug Men troubled with eminlvrs in sleep, a comhfcint generally tbe result of a bad habit in v oath, t-eated scientifically, and a perfect care war ranted vr bo charge made. llanil) a day passe s tut we sre coasulted by one or more young men with the above disease, some el whom are as weak and emaciated as though they had the consumption, icd by their friends supposed to have it. All such c see* yield to the prater and on.y correct coarse of trentmi at, and In a short lima ere trade to rejoice in perfect health. MIDDLE AGED There are many men at meat,. . . „ troubled with too frequent eracnattous train the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting ot burning sensation, and weakening the system fn a manner the patient cannot account lor. On exam Inin* urinary dep< aits a ropy sediment will often be found, and sometimes small particles of semen or H'pwar, or the color will be of a this mllkish hae. again changing to a dark and turbid appearance. There are many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the cause which is llie SSLOXD STAOM OF SKMIXAL WSAKXMSS. I can warrant a perfect care In such cases, and a rail and healthy restoration ot the urinary organs. Persoas who cannot personally consult the Dr ran do SO by writing in a plain manner a description of their disease, ana the appropriate remedies will be forwarded immediately. All correspondence strictly confidential and will he returned if desired. Address. DK. J. B Hl utlES No. 8 Temple St., [corner of Middle! Portland «r*8end Stamp for circular. "• Eclectic Medical In Urinary. TO THE LADIES. DK.HUGHES particularly invites all Ladles w ha ns«i a madical adviser to call at hit room., No. • frraple Street, which they will find arranged tot their especial accommodation Dr. H. s Eclectic Kencvatiug Medicieesareuurtvai Ud in efficacy and superior virtue In regulating all Female Irregularities Their action is specific*and i» n -bon time eADIEfl will find it invaluable In all cases of nh. oth*r remedies have been • tied in 7Su.iV.EE!* T*ft»*nhie. containing nothing in li*.,e..&•»-’* h, and may he taken with fail directions R HUGHES. WWdie Portlti#. owe »ex. a lady of expectance in oonstunr nttc r d JAMES EDMOND & CO. commission merchants, 13 LIBERTV SQUARE, .. BOSTON NE"sPan5*GLEN^KNWfK 0r*b!° C0LT' PIG IRON, Also, BAR, SHEET, f BOILER PLATE IROE, of English and Scotch Msnnfactura. We Ahalleontinue to receive, in addition to onr American Brick, a regnl.r supply of r ‘"'wUre^fiB001011, 4 WELCH FIRE URIC*

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