Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, July 28, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated July 28, 1864 Page 4
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.-i— , u i ! ,i iilT HrMOliOt s. Josh Biillings os tub Dbaft. Josh *> Billing, is out with au “” ou the draft' qucetiou. .Says ho— Wideer wiinmhi, and there only son, Is . xerapl, provided the widder's husband bus al- 1 ready starved 2 yeres in the war, and is willing ■ to go In agiu; bleve the Supreme Corte has decided this thing forever. Once more: If a man should run away with bis draft, he probably wouldn’t be allowed to stand the draft agin ; this luks sevear at (list site, but the moa1- yuluk at it, tho more yu can see the wisdom into it. Once umarly: Xemnts are those who hcv been drafted into the Slait piizzpn fur trying to get au houuist livin by supporting 2 wives tu ouct; also, all of them peepil who are crazee. and uusound ou the gimse; also, all uu.-paper corrispoiidmts and tools iu general. Once uioarly agin: Xo substitute will lie ac kcepiid who is less than three or moar than ten feet high : he must know how to chaw to liacker and driuk poore whiskee, and musn’t be aleerd of the ich nor the rebels. Moral cbarackter ain’t required, as the government : lundsties that and tashuus. Conclusively: A persou cannot be drafted moar than twice in two places without his con- i sent; but ail men has a right to be drafted at least onct. I dou’t think eveu a writ of ha beaa corpus cau deprive a raau of tlii* lad bletsid privilege. How Tom Lo.t ms Sheep.—vu old far mer in Tennessee sent his sou Tom to Mem phis with a tl .ck of sheep to sell. Tom sold the sheep and got the money, but lalliug in with some sportsmen who had the presence o mind to hold belter hands than he did, he wu cleaued out. Tom went home, but avoided the old man. He tolikhis mother, however, of what had be falleu him, and she took the news as gently a. Bhe could to the master of the manor and ol the sheep pasture. The old man raved, and Tom very judicious ly continued to keep out of the way. Om day the farmer had a irieud to dinner, and some spirituous potations being introduced, they became quite merry. This was Tom’s opportunity, lie rushed into the room hold ing four “kings” iu his hand, ami exclaimed : “F tilier, would you bet anything ou such a hand as that?” Bet 1 Guess I woul3. I’d bet every cent I had.” “Vfell,” said Tom with a sigh, “ that’s what ■ nf the sheep. The other feller had tour aces." i u o.d man was speechless. A Beautiful Simile.—Two little birds had a nest iu the bushes in the back part of the garden. Julia foaud the nest. It had tome speckled egg. in It—one, two, three, four. But sbu did not trouble the nest, or distress the dear little birds. Out) day, alter she had been away some lime, down she ran to the gardeu to take a peep al the lour little speckled eggs. Instead af the beautiful eggs, there were only broken, empty shells. “Oh,” she said, picking up the pieces, “the beautiful eggs are all spu led and broken.” “Xo, Julia,” replied her brother, “they are not spoiled; the best part of them has taken wings and flown away.” So it is when a child dies; its little body left behind is only an empty shell, while its soul, the better part, has takeu wings and flown away. JpE)POSALS FOE MATERIALS FOE THE NAVY. Navt Departmenk. BCRSAC OF E4CIFMC.NI ASD Kecrcitixo, July 18th, 1864 SEALED PROPOSALS to furnish materials for the Navy, for the year ending 3 'th June, 1864, will be n** otiTml at the . urwu of Equipment and Recruiting, until t ie thirteenth day of August next, at ten o’cloc* A JJ , when the buls will be opened, without n*gard to any accidental detention of mails or other causes. The material* and article* embraced in the classes named are particularly descritad in the printed sched ule. auy of which will be fumishedAo ».uch as desire to off r, on application to tba commandants of the re spective yards, or to the nary agent nearest therein. 1 and those of all the yard* upon application to the Bu reau this division Into tla**es being fur the conve nience of dealers on each, such porttou* only will be i furnished as ate actually required for bid* The com luauJknt aud navy agent of each station will, in add' tion to the schevlu e of classes at their own yards, have a copy of tne*cUoiulcs ol tbo other yards tor exanmw tiou only, from which it may be judged whether‘it wid , be desirab’e to make application for any of the class* - of those yards. Offer* must be made for the whole of the class at any yard upon oue of the printed schedule*, or in strict con formity taere-vrith. or^hey will not be consider* J In computing the classes, the price stated in the column of prices will be tiie standard and the azjrreqptto of tin class wid b«- ca riel out according to the prices stated It is requested *»f bidders to avoid erasure* and eubsti tufi-Mof rtruiv* and tone# that the amounts are cc«. reetly carried out. 1 1* cuuifjcu will be awarded to the lowest bona bidder wan gives proper *ocnrity for its fulfilment. IV bare iu r«r**?rve* the right to reject ail the bids for an; chta*, if iceoied ex »rbit;»nf. Ail articles mug be of the very best quality, to be d* - liver© 1 in me navy yarl* In good order, and in suitAb: * ▼cs-eh* a «d packages, properly marked with the mum.- of ; the oou tractor. us the awe may be at the'expense au 1 risk, of the contractor, and in all respect* subject t*» the iu-qwet.»» in • a>u re-met. t, count, weight, *e.f nf ui. yar I w .ere r**re ve i. and to the entire satfofoction of th. c - luiamUnt thereof. Bad for ,» ref rred to the commandant of the rerper - live yards for samples, instruction or particular descrq - tiou of (.<« :uUt.eM aud all other things being equal, pr f.reu.e will be givcu to articles of Aiuvricau matiufo* tare. req iiredbv law ©f 10th August. 1840. mu-t ba Accompanies b> a writteu guaranty, toe form < wlilcn u neri*iuafter given, and u’so by a certificate sign*-, by tat colic tor of internal revenue for the district in ] woica ti- naddcis 1 hat he has a license to deal in the *rt { cire w.iie 1 he propo-es to furnfoh; or by an nffiiavit sig.r •d b. hiihseif and sworu to before some magistrate ai - j tlmrixvd to administer meh Oath, that he U n uianuftt* - tursr uf, or regular dealer in, the articles he offers to su] - , ply. and uas a license as such manufacturer or dealer. rboaeoniy who*© offers may be accepted will he uoti- 1 fled, aud the contract will be forwarded as soon then- « after i.s prac ticable which tbe> will be reqaired to ex cute within ten day* alter its receipt at the post office t r uary agency named by them. The > o.rtrtcrs pill bear da to the day the notification is , given and deliveries can be demanded. 8urehus in the full amount win be required to sign th-* contract a d tueir re*p »nsibiiity certified toby a Lniui ; fitnes dl-triet judge. Lulled Mate* district attorney, col ketor, or navy agent. As ad -itioaal securit/. twenty j per centum will be withheld from the amount of the bill* until the contract shall have t*e*u 1 ompi© ei; and eight\ I p*-r centum of each bill, approved in triplicate by tin* * couiuian Ian'S of the respective yards, will be paid by ti e j nnvy age it at the point* of delivery — unless requested by the co itiactor to be paid at another navy agency—wijfo i ten days alter warrants shall have been pi.seed by tiio Secretary of the Irea ury. It Is stipulated In the contract tbrd If default be m.a<’ .* ' by the ptios of the first part in d**tiveriiig all or any of I of the articles mentioned in any clam bid for in tberoi.- | tract, or the quality at such time ami places above pr>- 1 riled then audio that case (he contractor aud his vur tfos will forfeit and pay to the United State* a * m • 1 muoey not exceeding twice the amount of such class, ! which may be recovered from time to time, according to 1 the act of Cougrwa*, in tixat case provided, approved Mart o 2, 184*3. No bids for more than one yard must be eudosed in onr env dope, aud the same mutt be distinctly endors'd c 1 the ou side. ‘Proposals for Material* for tbie Nary, for the Navv-jari at (name the yard)/* aud addressed “to tin Chief of the Bureau of Equipment and Recruiting, Nx*. Department, Washington, D C." FORM OF OFFER. RTnoh, from a firm, must be signed by all the member^. I.--—t of ——, in the State of-, hereby agr. «• to furnish and deliver in the respective navy >ard* all the articles named iu the classes hereto annexed agreeably In (h« hp,.n.l(iiia <if u-h,..lnU. .i ... formity with the advertisement of the Bureau of Equip* in*nt aud itecruRiug, dated July 18th, 1804 Should un offer be accepted, f n que*t to be adUrv-#*3 at -. and j thu contrac t #eut to tu« navy agent at-, or to -. j for signature and certificate. (Signaliire ) A B. , Date. Witness*. The pchftdule which the bidder ectkvsce roust be pasted < to tide oivr.aud each of them signed by him. Oppo^i?<- ' eac}» arti-ic In the schedule .the price must beret, th^ amount be carried out. the aggregate foot#*d up forest i I cla». aud to amount likewise written in word*. If th. J paries who bid do not rreide uear Jhe place where tbe ex- I belee are to be delivered, they wort person to whom orders on them are to be delivered FORM OF GUARANTY. Tha undersigned-, of-, in the State of-1 and———, of——, lu the Mate .of———, hereby guar antee that In case the foregoing bid of-tor any < 1 the cla fees therein u«u..d l» accepted, he or they win within teuduys after the receipt of jhe contract at toe pc*t office named, or navy agent designated, execute the contract for the wune with good and suAcient sure«k?, aud in cane tee #aid-Khali fail to enter into contract’ as atorenoid. we guarantee to make good the difference i* - tween rue offer of the <*-iid-aud that wkkh may b •stapled. (Siig&atur*# of two guarantee#.) C. D K. F. (DiUs.) Wituass. I hereby certify that the above named-are known to me as men of property, aud able to make good the), guaranty. (Sign*tare.) G. U. (Date.) To be signed by the United State# District Judge, Urn twl 8 ate# if.atric t Atto tic.), Co.Jector, or Navy Agent. The following are the classes required st the reaper • tiv« navy-yard'. kittkry—Maine, No. 1. Fiax Canvas and Twine; No. 8, S)*ertn GT; I No. 7, Choking Utensil#; So. 10, Leather: No. il, Lead.- t cr liosc; No 8 Lanterns; No. 18. Tallow; So 22. Statim - ' ery; N« 23 H«rA«ite; No. 24, Ship Chand cry No 27 Dry Good#; No 9, Firewood; No. hi, Tar Oil, and Metre- f foot OU. CHARLESTOWN—MASSACHUSETTS. No |, Flax t auras and Twine; N. 5. sfpermOil No 7 ' Cooking UCenti s; No. 8. Stove# ; No, 10, Leather; No. il! ! Leather lls»e. No 12, Ox Hide# for Rope. No 18, Sheet 1 Iro ; No. 18. Soap and Tallow; No. 2 ■, Brushes; No. 22 Ptitionery; No 28, Hardware: No. 24 Snip Chandlery No 26, « opper .Hre; No 27, Dry Goods : No. 9, Fire - . wood; No. 3i, Whale. Tar, and Neat'foot Oil BROOKLYN, NEW YORK. No. 1, Plajt 0a«vas and Twine; No. 3, Iron Noil#, Sheave Rivets, etc. ? No. 4. Tin Z:nc, etc.; No. 6, Sperm Oi»; No. H White fine, A*h Bhuk Walnut, etc . No ; Os.king UtSoidU: No. 6, Stove#Hud Cooking Gaboon; t No. 10, Lsathwr; No 11, Leather Hose: No 12, Lignum- ; vitst; No (8 Lantern# and Ifuupr; No lbcoapand tallow; No 20 iirushe#; No228farionafy j So 23 Hardware; No2l Fbip ('hand ery ; No 27 Dry Good*; |iw Firewood; No j 81 Maatefbot oil. PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA. So 1 ru i < aunn »n.i Twin.. No 5 Spann OU; No 7 ' Cook'iis tteufil#; No 10 Leather, No ll leather Hose; No , 38 ‘o:.,. uhdT.Uow;Nu20uru#n.#, No22Stationery; So 13 H rJw«rr; No 24 *bip Chandlery ; No 27 Dry Good# ! No iSiifWVOod, No 81 Turtrli aud Neatafxri Gil. WdSHLNGTO.N, d. c. No 1 Flax Cum a## and Cwire; No 4 Tin and Zinc; No 5 i Fpenit Oil; No 8 Stove# and Cooking . abnos**; So lo Le t»«r; No i2 L go.icviue, No 18 Lanterns; No 18 £oap and Fallow; No 2U Brushes; No 22 Stationery ; No 23 l Hardware; No 24 Shin Chandlery; No 26 (,opp«r Wire, N > 27 Drv Good*; No 38 Gallery Iron; No 34 Chain Iron ; Fo 33 Waluut. AlaLogaur aud Asu: No 83 Tpgou Copper , 11 HOTELS. CHANDLER. HOUSE, IQotlaol. This Hotel, located In the most beautiful aud romantic vil age on tho line ot the «,rand Trunk Kailroad, 2t» miles from lior t „ ;rn. N . H.*has been i.c*ntlv bult. fith KiK-cidi i eserence to tlio wants of tin* pleasure-trav eling public. It contains fifty spacious, well ventl la d and neatly luiuishcd rooms, from ail of which \ itWMof grand mouutaiu scenery may be had. No pains will be si ared to make this a favorite resort lor the tourist and p casure-seekers. Particular atten tion will be pA'd to bportsmen, and conveyance to the lakes, aud all place* of interest will will be fur n is he t on r asouaMi terms. Horses and carriages ami saddle horses to let. A good bowling Saloon is conuerted with the house. A Carnage wid be in constant attendance to con vey guests of the hou*o lrom and to the depot, on the arrival und de parture of passenge r tra ns. Transient end permanent l oarriera -o ited. P. 8 CHANDLRK & < »V, Proprietors. Bethel, Me, July 9 —aim 8oa-Sid<‘ House, UiBCilH ELL NECK, C AhC 0_ BAY. This elegant aud commodious Ho tel, situaod on the extremity of J® i¥I Harpsweil Neck, about hall a mi«e IBikjEVi J be ow tho wel.-knyru Mansion Ed^.-'-i-V-gfcL Mouse. La*Just beeu completed after the tie>igu* o» », M. I! akimxu. K-«j.. Architect, and under but superintendence, aud will be open tor company On and after the Fourth of July* The House is tho largest es.ablishmout, construct ed cjtpiessly for the purp* so of a Hotel. st any Wat ering Place on the coast ol Maine. It issituated in thtiCmtreOi a dense grove ot old trees, with ave nues and vi-taa t j>cu»ug to the waters of th. Bay, but a few yards distant on either side. Nearly i-urrouuded by the sea. and abundantly shaded by tr**es. the House has a spacious and beau t ;ul\irandah. extending o er thr«K- hundred and thirty .eel oi* three Rid. s of the building, with wide and thoroughly ven i au d hal.s anu corridors in the interior, so that unitors can enjoy the most complo e protcctk u from the summer beat. The steam boa* whan and I>oai land ngsare on the we*t side, tut a lew* from the llou*e. Ample facilities are at hand tor boatingauuhrtiiug. On the east side is a Hue gravel be*ch. where the luxunr of sea-ba hingcan beet joyed at ail times of the tide. At a short distance on the no .-the a* t. across an arm of the sea i» Orr'a lsiai d, celebrated by Mr* Hooch* er gtowe’t w li know n novel. The 8 -a Side Uou>e is accessible by land irem Brunswick. fifieeu mile*distant by one o! the finest d itts in the State. and bv daily steamh iat from Portland through the inside passage* among the island* of the Bay. Visitors coming fr^m the Kennebec aud other part* of the interior, can leave (he railroad at Bruns wick, and proceed bv vago to Uarp*well, or contin ue to Portland and take the steamer, which runs down and back twice a day. JOHN T. 8MITH, Proprietor. Jr*tf_ y__ Ho! for the Atlant c House! Ptrsons wishing to spend the day at the I Atlantic House, >carboro’ Beach, will find a . ood Coach at oak Hill Depot U(ron the arrival of every train. Pair from the Depot to the House, 60 eta. jui frilni E. A. LIBBY ft CO. OTTAWA HOUSE, POUTLAND UABBOK, MAINE JASON BEHBt, Peopiuktok, A Will open for the mjmod, on Thuvulnv, ,aloin in.*-', luuihjpuiar niiinurriKt-, POT.its I'PBVa ROMANTIC SCRNRR And UEALTHY LOCA1ION, situated on CUSHING’S ISLAND, ' 2} miles from the city, is unsurpassed by any Sum irur insert on the Mow England coast. X- h. Positively closed on the babbath to all transient visitors. The Steamer will leave Burnham s Wharf for this Manor, gularly. junel&tfw BRADLEY'S HOTELt -oh ra* American anil Curopcan Flans. Cor.of Commercial & India Sts. | 1 This House is si aated directly opposite Jtl.e (Jraad Trunk Hai roa 1 Depot, anu head ot Boston aua Portland •steamers' Wharf Coune tod witn this House is a first class Oyster and Dining Hall. .) vilhs BltADLEi , Jr., k CO., Proprietors. J. Bradley, Jr. p. if. ttradiey. janelM6m Atlantic IIoubo, SCARBORO’ BEACH. THIS Hon-ehaving been enlarged and [relit u-d throughout will opeu for the sea l> n on I .Monday, June 13, 1861, ^ I lLNMnON. n. o.—Positively closed on tin? babbath to ail transient vJ-itors. • juuell Ocean House Re-Opened! 2* The undersigned having l.-a-ed for the CXilxmst aeon this we., e-tabikht-d Watering place, jrrfeiY «cbarmlngl) r situated ; u the outer verge of Elizabeth. With unrivalled iacili k ) Mi:.-a fur Butbiuif, Boating, and Fi»liiii|:, " ill open lor transient and permanent guests cn and alter Tuesday, the 7th day of June. Every desirable oonvei ience will be supplied for the pleasureauu com or s u> its patron* with regard to tne i equatin' ntsaud character oi a Fil^T CLASS HOTEL. We feel assured that r ur exert on*, added to the u usual attractions oi the house iuelf, whl secure us ihe '" probation and patronage of the public. J fiT"J'ositu dy doted uit the Sabbath. HILL k JORDAN, Proprietors. Cape Elizabeth, Jane 7,1»>4. dtf BAY VIEW HOUSE, CAMDEN. The Subscribers take pleasure iu an nouncing *o their frit no* and all lutereaUu iu liudin^ a first class sea-side ilou-i accom _— modal ions,ttmi il,i ir new ..t <i -puciou* II - tea M.ibcop nearlj, in June, ltcontains ail the mod em liupmvt men :s and every eoovt-i k-nce lor thi* comfort and accommodation of the travelling juL ,,c it nt liuely k-cat«d. bomniaediug an unrivalled view of the i\nobsvo! Bay. 1 he advantages ot sea bathing and toe facilities for lirhing and boating, arc uusiirpa-red. For its beautiful scenery and de lightful drives and walks, Camden i» ubeady favor am known as one oi the mu»i eligible and dtliab - ful watering places in .New England. Couuecu d wi.hi the Hotel is a fine Livery btab.e, Luisas and carriages Laving been selected with great care. The carnages are from the beat establishment* in the couuii y, and on the most approved at) its. t>team boat landing* easy of accea.; rtcainers louebing ev ery da v iu the week. lelcgrajJi couiuiu meal ton ail parts of the ccuntrv. Those wishing so so cure good room* will do well toapply soon,as many are a.roaoy ti.gagi d. CL^lilMi. k JOHNSTON, Proprietors. Camden, June 2, 1 Sob.—dtf Fli-a^aiii Mtituiimn Ui'Min. CAUISIC HOUSE, WESTBROOK. II 11“* * «il<ttrb»u H .wring I'Uc., poerdea upuii a pi a-an t orms.iiic! near*-.! » 1 ’ P'^dd. but l -iJ- » from tlaml ha, - iwg been plact>a in the imm ample order l v -iibesuosciibcr. he m.»t n p-cnullv aeiici - lUe allention Of the public, and cordially invites a call Irciu his old friends. fhe house is piea*aut, retired an quiet. The tunature an i furnishing* are all new, and the room* o*y and lightly. 1 he tables are supplied with all the utiocac.v* as well as the *ub»unihJ* oi the sea son, and the service ot one of the very best cook* in England have been sacuied. Extensive shed* and 4 line table with roomy stall* are am ng the couveniencrs of the e-tabiiHimcnt A nice B a thin a Uottae -udhiunt lor the accommo dation "f sever-) bathers ha* b« en creoted with step* projocting iuto ten toot of water, and the whole se cured from observat on by a fioaUug screen. bmokiug Arnorv grace the banks 01 the Pond and invite the indulreuce oi the lmu.m r , uopmt: Ivr a snare oi the public patroca/tethe un uerwguwi |« to spate no effort lur the tL er Uli'meotol Ills *ue-t«. Otu W. MI'KCU. WwD-nuik. May 21, isa«. mayNldtf Splendid Pleasure JKesori! THE WHITE HOUSE. (fOBJflRLT WILBOK HOUSB.) J. P. MlLLfcK,.PBOi'KlKT'OK. This popular Hotel has recently been pur oiiiuKu by Mr. Miller (ol the Albion) and has teen thoroughly refitted, renovated and re paired, and numerous excellent alteration* —■■■dmHit. It ,s locate! on the saocarapna roa - * ,c,u,> mi,«* frotn Portland, affordin/r a beautiiui *t"ar,:M-and j“S* ab0Ul f" «““**> Jt turn a Sue large Dauoing Mali and good Bowline Alloy*, in clotte proximity to the house is a n ‘F£ut> nice . mimKi^ru *Mttnd tfh,d',,JS '““rf-1 1 i i’ho Ohokest Suppers will be got up for ileie- ire and danomg partiuu, who will Hud it groa to tic ' pleasure and advaiitape to wort to the Wl I torn no effort will be rpared for the entertu to *ni*t*-_deolt f HALLO WELL HOUbE R E O PEN E IJ> I NEW FURNITURE & FIXTURES! 8.0. DENNIS, Proprietor. HP Tho public are specially informed that the iravioQA, convenient atid well known JIallowkll housb, in tho w nti r of Hallowell, two miles tram AuruHto^ and lour mi e* from Totrus Sprint, ha* h°*n refurnished, and is open for the reception of company ant] permanent boarders. Kue»Ht«ry ittent*011 wil1 *>• given to the comfort of * an£,ing, °f * ‘>0'"“‘r **•«. { Hallowel , Kcb 1 iw, mch25eodtf : THE AH ER1CA1V HUISE, Hanover Street .... Boiton, rke Laignt and Beet Arranged Hotel IN NEW ENGLAND, LEWIS RICE, Proprietor. •olt 1 jr I |_ PROPOSALS._ PROPOSALS. Proposals fok timber and matbru, ials fur the navy. Navy Defartmbkt, 1 Bureau of Construction and Repair, J Ju/>e 30, 18*>4. ) I Sf-alt d Proposals to furnish Timber and Materials I for the Navy, for the fiscal year ending June 30, will be receive i at the Bureau of Construction and Repair. nntilTO o'moek'Ot the 1st day ol Au* | gust next, at which time the opening Will be com* ' ineuctd. Proposal*1 must be endorsed “Proposals ior 1 im ber and materials n r the Navy." tliat they may be d*siingnished troiu oihir business letters, and di rect* d to the Chief ol the Bureau ol Construction au*t Repair. The material - and articles embraced in tae classes naimd are particularly described iu the priu ed i schedules any oi wbi* li will ue lumbhed to such a Ue-ire to offer, on application to the uoinuiaudantij oi the respective yarns, or to the Navy Agents near e~t thereto, and those oi all the yaids upon applies j tion lo iltc. Bureau. Vote division i aioclatecs Iking for tbeconv enieiiee ol dealers iu each, such cla-ses only will be luruish ed as aie actually required lor bide. The Command ant and Navy A gout ior each station will, in addi j Tion to the schedule ot classes of ihelr own yards, • have a Copy of the schedules oi the other yard* lor • examination only, front wrich may be judged wheth er it will be desirable to make application lor any of j the classes of those yaid-. All other things being I equal, preference wid be given to articles of Amer ica n rdinufacuire. ! Offers must be made for the whole of the class at any yard, upon one of the printed schedules, or in strict conformity therewith, or they will not be con sidered. Upon application to the Bureau, to the Command ani oi any yard, or to any Navy Agent, the lorm of oiler, ol guaranty, and other ueceutry iuiormation ' retpeciiny; tue p-ouo ala, wnlbe turuslMd 1 lie contract will be awarded to the lowest bidder who gives proper guaranties, as required by the law oi August 10, 184(5, t eNavy Department reserving the to reject tue lowest bid, or any which may be deemed exo: bitant. Tbe cunt*acta will bear date the day the notifica tion is given and deliveries can be d maudid from that date. buretic - in the full amount wili be required to feign tl.o coniiact, ai d tin ir responsibility certified to by a Uiiited Hiatea D.ntirt Judg**. United Mates Di.v j trict Attorney, Collector or Navy Agent. As addi lional security, twenty pt-r centum will be withheld j from the amount oi tbe bills until the contracts shall 1 nave been completed, aud eighty per centum of each bill,approver iu tiiplicate by the « ommandanls of the respective yards, win be paid by the Navy Agents ,i the points ot delivery, in muds' or certiheatt s, at I the uptime the Government, within tea days af ! t*-r tne warrant for the same shall have been passed I by tne Secretary of the Treasury, j Tbe following are the classes required at the re : apective navy-yards. KJTTXRY. (’lass No 1, Whitt* oak Logs; No 2, White Oak Keel aud Keelson I’filW No 8. White Oak C urve limber aud Knees; No 4 White Oak Flank; No 6, ; Yellow Fin ■ Dogs; No 7, Yellow Fine Beams; No 8, i Yellow Fine Ma-tsand Spar timber; No 11, White i Fine Flank aud Boards; No 12, White Fiue j aud While oak Deck Flank; No 18, Ash Logs and I Flank; No U, A-liOars: No 15, Hickory Butts; No i 17, Cedar Boards ; No 18, Locust; No 19, White Oak 1 Staves aLd Heading; No2 , Black Spruce; No 23, | Liguumvitie; No25, Iron, wound, fiat aud square; I No 20, Steel; No 27. Iron Spikes: N** 28. Ifon Nails, i wrought aud cu ; No bo, Lead; No 31,Tin and Zinc; No83, Hardware; No 34, looLtor Stores; No 8*5 White Lead; No 87. Zino Paints; No 88, Colon d Faints, dryer; No 39, turpentine. Varnish; No 40, i Linseed Oi ; Noil. Class; No 44. Fish Oil; No 46, | Tallow,heap; No 47. Ship Chandlery. CHAELEHTOWK. Keel Piece**: No 3, White Oak t urved Timber; No 4 White Oak Plank; No 6. Yellow Pine iyog*. No I 10, White Pine Maraud .-spar limber; No 11, VV bite Pine Log* Plank au 1 Board?; No 12, White Pine Deck and 8 a*e Plank ; No 13, Ash Logs and Piauk ; i No 14, Ash Oars: No 10. Black Walnut aud Cherry ; No 18, Locust; No lit. Whit* Oak Brave* aud bead ing?; No 20. Black 8prt»ce; No23, Lijtnamv ita ; No 25, Iron; No 26, atom; No 17. Iron Spikes; No 28, j Iron Nails, wrought, aud cut: No 30. Lead; No 31, Zinc, Tiu aud holder; No 33. Hardware; No 34. | Tools lor Store. Ac; No 3»'., White Lead; No 37, Zinc ' Paint?; No 38, Co ored Paints; No 80. Turpentine and Varnish; No 40, Liu?« i d Oil; No 41, Glass; No 44. Whale Oil; No 45, TaUow, Soap and Sweet Oil; No 47, bhip Chandlery. ■ kook i.yx Class No 1, White Oak Logs; No 2, Whi'e oak Keel Pieces; No 3, White oak Curved limber; No 4, White Oak Plank; Nob. Yellow Pine Logs; No 7, YePow Pine Beams; NK, Yellow Pine Ma.-t and hpar Tim berk No fa W kin-Oak Board* and Plank; Noll, Whie Pine Timber and Logs; No 13, Ash Piauk: No 14 Ash Oars; No 16, Hickory Bars aud Hand Spikes; No 16, Black Walnut and Cherry; No 17, Cedar; No IS, Locust; No ifa, White Oak .Slave* aud He* lug: No 20, Black 8p’uc« ; No 22. Mahog any: No 23, Lie n am vita: No 25 Iron, round, flat, and square: Ncrib Steel; No 27. Iron Spikes; No 28. Iron Nail?, wrought aud cut; No 80, J«ead ; No 1 31. Zinc. I in; Bio 3$, Hardware; No 34, Tools for S'orss Ho 39. White Lead: No37. Ziuc Paint; No 38, Colored Paints, -fryers; No ft*. Yaruisft; No 40. Linseed Oil: No 41. Glass: No 42, Brushes; No 44 Fish Oil; No 46, I allow; No 47. Buip Chandlery. PHILADELPHIA. Class No 1. White Oak Lags; no2,White Oak Keel i Piece?; No 3. White Oak Curved Timber; No 4, White Oak Plank ; No lu White Pine Mast aud 8 par ' Timber; Noll, White Pine P. auk and Boards; No 12, WbitfUinepeck lfack :tna Mage P auk; No 13, A?b Logs aud Plank : No 14 'Ash Oars; No If., Mack W'alnut, f h rry. Mahogany; No 10 Cjjresa and , Cedar; Nol8, Locust Tree nail*; N 2<).Black8p'uce: No 23, I ignumvjta : No 25, Iron, round, flat, square; No25 Steel; Noi7 Iron npike?; No 2s. lrm Nail?, i wrought, cut: No 30. Lead; No 81. /iuc. Tiu, and Sob er: No 33, Hardware; No 34. Tool* for Stores; No36 White Lead; No 37. Zinc Paint*; No 38,Col orded Paints, driers. Ac; No 33, Yarni ii; No 4L». Linseed Oil; N*>> 41 Glass; No 44, Fish OB; No 45! Ta low, hump, hweet Oil; NncT, BmpChandlery: No 43, Oakum; No 60, Ingot Copper. JWAftantoi»i. Class No 3, WJpteOak Knee Pieces; No 11, White Pi ie lauk «nd Boards; No lj Ash Plank; No 14, Aah Oars; No 16, Black Wa nut. t berry, and Ma hogany; Nol7* )res«; No 10, spruce Pirn* Fpais; No 22 Poplar; No 26. Iron, round, flat and square; No26, 8t»el; No 27, spike-; No 28. Nails; No 80, Leae; No 31 Ziuc, fin, and Solder; No 33, Hard ware; No34 'Tool* for Stores; No 86, White Lead; No87, Zinc Paint; No 3> Color*a Paints: No 39, l u p ntiue aud V smith t No 4o. Lin*-; No 41. Gia*-; No 45, Tallow, Soap, F c; No47blip Chai ti lery ; No 48, akum; No n>. Ya iY Irbh'. No 60. In got Copper: No 52 Poles; Ne64, Bellows. juiy8dlaw4w RD1NAM E OFFICE. W aK DtyAkl Mr XT. WapbikhToA. July 4. 1864. Sealed proposal* will he received at this office un til Monday, July 25, at 4 P. M., for ldO.OOj seta oi Infantry Accoutrement*, calibre 68, to be delivered in the following quautitiea at the unceruamed Arae na s. vi/ : 30 000*ets at the New York Arsenal, Governor** I Llano 5K>,0ti0 Frankfort Arsenal, Mieaburg, i pa f 20.900 sets at the Alegliany Arsenal, Pitt*burg, !*»• . 2d 000 sets at tne St. Louis Arsenal, Mo 10.0UU sets at the Watertown Arwual. Ma-?. 1 These Acc >u ciement* arc to U* made in strict con formity with the uetr pattern nets, to be seeu at the Arsenal* above named. witn the fo lowing excep tions, vir : the shov'der belt will be Lut two in ch©* widiv Fdd no humidor LeU-piate will be tur- ; ui*»m A < AFe inside tis&bf Urn oar ti id go box and j | cap pouch are to be loit off, and the ears are to be * \vi. on the outer tUp ; the letters U. 8 . with a border, arc to be stan.pod upon the cartridge box. 1 the tame size and »tyie a* ou die plate which it re-j places; tn»* cartridge box i* to be sewed with uiue (-« 1 and the cap pouch with ten 10) Stitches to the inch ' Separate bid* wi 1 be reccive-i for the manufacture , ol these Accoutrement* o; pure oah leather, of mix ! erf tannage oik Hnitth, and all hemlock\ The belt? , are to bn oi graiut-d leather. , Sample? ol these Accoutrement? are to be seen at the above uamed Ai?eoai* on or about the 20th iust | It 1? to be distinctly understood that this Depart ment is to have the privilege ol in*pectiug the work don*- under any contract it may awa d, in all stage* of it* progress, aud especially to examine the ?tock bi-ion cutting, liny Are to be?ubj»ct to tnrp*cli< u at the Arsenal Where delivered, before being rcc-tv. ♦ «i lor the Government. Noue are to beacerptc-d or paid lor except Mich as are approved upon inspec tion . Deliveries must be made in lots of not lc«* than I on< -t well h i l-12th) per week of the whole Lumber coutracti d for The lirst delivery to be made on the * 13th day of August. 1*04. Failure to make d#|L erica at a specified time will subject die contractor to a tuyfeitnrt of tlie number The Accoutreiiit-Ufa must bt. boxed in the usual ■liltin' ; th»- boxes in be charged at cost, to be de termined by the inspector Bidders will state explicitly the Arsenal or Arse nals wh«rt they propo-j to deliver, aud the number of s ts they propose to deliver at such place, if for morethau one. ^•bidpunl iccou id> red from parri< a other than . rignia. aiasi;.UctiUvrs, uuM such as lire, >wu to I this Departmedt to be fully competent to execute in their own shops the work proposed ior. Should any party obtain! g a coutract offer Accoutrements oth er thau those made to bis own shops, they will be i rejected, sud the coutract rendered null and void, j fhenatiie and place of manufacture ol each party ’ obtaining a contract must be stamped on each part of each set ot Accoutrements. ’ r GUARANTY,- -> The Lidd** will ho r.< wired to accompany hit pro portion with a guaranty . signed by two responsible persons, that in case his bid is accepted, he will at once execute the coutract lor the s^uie, with good aud sufficient sureto - iu a sum equal to the amount of the coutract. to deliver the article proposed, in c mformity with thetoinn of th >advertisement, and iu case the said bi ider should fail to enter into the ountraet. they are to make good the difference be- , tweenihe off r of fsH Uidtlor and tie next r* «pou- < sibTe Didder, or the pA-sonitow non! fue contract may ; Ik-awarded. I he responsibility of the guarantors must Ire shown by th# official certificate of the Clerk of the nearest 1 District Court, oi of the United States District At torney. Bonds in a sum equal to th* amount of the con- i tra t. signed by 1 he Contractor ai d both of bis guar antors, will be required of the mic.*-isiu1 Liddtr or bidders upon sig in* tta fyyjtract, FORM OF GUARANTY. We, the undersigned, residents of-iu the county of-. and State of-, hereby, jointly and severally covenant with the U. Mates, and guai uuee. iu case the foregoing bid of be'accept® 1. that l.qor ffiiey wiji at dtjcouaecate the | contract for fliCTame witti good and tofflcT nt sure- ’ t;e# in a suin equal to the amount of the coutract, to f>irni»h the article* proposes iu conformity to the terms ot the adv-rtis< ment. dated Ju y 4, 1864, un * er wnirhtlie Lid was mad); and iu case the said —- "hall ‘fail to enter into a contrac, as aiore said, w e gu rantio to make good the difference r e tween the offer »1 »he svid -—- end the next low - sLOTyera**1 ^ i Given under our hands aud seals I this-day oi-186 . Witness: [M*al. j To tlii, WptMxi'JfcliiicL cert meat e above mentioned. Each party obtaining a contract will be obliged ♦o enter into bond with approved sureties for its faithful execution. Upon the award b< lug made, successful bidders will be not fled, aud furnished with forms of con 1 »<>'( rve» tto r|**t tojijectanf or j , all Did# ir not deemed fafls factory. afid f^pecia ly * t>o*emadebv parties who have fai'ed to make time leliverie- uud r previous contraots without fu ■ Dish ing satisfac orv reasois lor such deBnouency Pro o-* Is «j 1 b«- a obri-sed to “ rG*ner- 1 . il Geo D. Ramsay. Chfbt cif Or Wa-hing- j 1 t *n. D. C..” an* endorsed, " **r -posals for Infantry 1 Accoutrements." GKO. D RAMSAY, j jyll.aodtd Brigadier G«n, CWafof Ordaasoa ' RAILROADS. FOR CHICAGO. MILWAUKIF, And ill parts of the West. UCIKWI IlCUfg TO CHICAGO, MILfAlkll, Aud all other poiut* at the WEST, SOUTH dr NORTH WEST, Komale at the reduced rate# of fareat the Union Ticket Office, 31 Exchange St., W. I). Little, Agent. Jncc24dtf FOR THEWHIT E MOU N TAINS, MMMKSSST. Montreal, Quebec, Niagara Falls, AND RETURN. Excursion Ticket* for *ale at the REDUCED RATES, By W. 1J ■ UTTLK, Agent, UNION TICKET OFFICE, iune24tf 31 Exchange street. SSE REDUCED RATES 7 IlfPWItTANT TO THAVCLERS -TO TH* West, North West & South West! W. D. LITTLE. IS Agent lor all the great leading routes to Chica go, Cincinnati. Cleveland, Detroit. Mllwaukie ti&lcoa, Oskosll, at. Paul, Lacrosse. Oneu Hay. Quincy. St. Louis, Louisville, ludiuuanoiis, tail o’ etc,, ole., aud is prepared to luruish limoren LicKSTR from Portland to all the priLripal cities aud towns In the loyal Stales aud t anadas at the lowest rate-, ot Hire, and ail needlul information oheurful y granted. Traveler* will tiud it greatly to their advantage to procure their ticket* at the Union Tiekcl Ulbce, 31 Exchange Street, (UP STAIRS,) L). LIT 1'L.K, Agent, sy Passenger* for California, by the Old Line Mail dteamer and Panama Kailioad, may be so ured i by early application at this olticc. Tickets to J/.mfreu/ ami Quebec and return (via tlieCraud trunk Hallway I mat Be obtained at this agency on favorable terms. ^ ma>26dfcwtt Summer Tourist’s & Traveler’s Great Combination ol EXCURSIONS! Tor the Season of 1364, I icketfl f-ood to Return to November l**t, (•KANO TRUNK RAILWAY. from Portland. —TO— While .11 on ill ni us .llontrenl. QuhIicc, IJr Iroil, Chicago, 11 ituuukie, .Magma Falls and return AT yjtsr LOW RATES OF FARE Only $10 to Chicago or Milwaukee, $2o out amt return, riu. Sarnia Line. To Chicago and Itctnrn, all rail, #37,, Also, to liostou, New fork, uuttae liudsou Ui\ tr baratoga, Lake George. Returning from NUgtra Fall* either by Grand prmuk Railway or by the Royal Mail Urn. through tne fthtttsand island* and Jiapids of the ht Law rence. American M -mej/ taken at Par fer Tickets, Slc»p mgear-aud at Refreshment Saloons Arrangements ha o been made with the Pronrie. tore ot lbe principal Motel, in Montreal, tjuehjo and troit to lake Am«*ri<*au Moot) a; par, char^ini? New York * * For Ticket* or mf rmation apply to Aukmt of Grand iru>.k Kail way. *-■ I*. BEAt M, General A gent.273 Broadway N V June U.^-d4w LOWKKS- Eastern Agent, Banger. GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY Of Canada. SIMMER ARRANGEMENT. gjSWHB. °D lni?, Mter Monday, June27,18t4, trains will run daily, (bundaya exoept •dj uiiUi luriUer notice, a« ioiiows: 1 * ITp Train*. Leave Portland tor island p0nd, Montreal and Quebec at J.UJ a. ■ and 1.26 r. a. Down Train*. 9 I*;*?'*1*11*'11'0D<1 fUr 1>orUa,ic1' »* 6 30 A. U. and The Company are not responsible ior tar rare to any amount exceeding So in vnlue, ,nd •onal, unless notice i, gi,LU| and paid ior at the rata of one passenger lor every Keu additional value. U. •AIL&fiSfSSSSJf^^ Dir"Ct0r‘ Ihirtland, June 2ii, 13t 4 bot6 PORTLAND AND H.E1SNEHEC H.K. SPRING k SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, Apnl 25, 1864 jf~SSgF Passenger irains leave Skowhegan for °rt an i and Boston, at 8 i'> a Al \u guS|n, 11.0, A.M and Hath 1J l j t. M. Anvntta tor iorlland and Boston at 5.SH A, st ; Bath 6.90 A. vo!).r!.1^tl0r Watery ill*. Kendall's Mills ana Skowhegan, at 1.10 p. 31 Portland for Bath and August* 8 IS P. M 1 a'sengvrs for lationson the Androscoggin Rail road w 1,1 charge car- at biun.-wick. ** I tie 1 l'J . M. train f om Cortland connects at Ktudail s-Mills with Mains Central Railroad lor Kan (for, «c , arriving same evening stages leave Ba h (or Rockland at 9 A.M. and 3 1 JU . stages leave Augusta for Belfast at 4 P. M Stages leave Skowhegan at 6 10 P. M for Anson, 90.00, KC. Through Ticket, for all the station, on this and the Androscoggin Railroad, can be procurreo in Boston at the Eastern or Boron and >:aiue FtaMun* April 18, 1&64 ‘ “■ CUSHMAN, S,p«inUM«, York Ac CamberUua* Kttilroa I. SUMMKtt AKKANUEMENT. TT^LyjgaT .°.n aud after MONDAY. April - bh.,lW4, trains will lean- &» f°Bo»»v uutil further notice: Saco Uiver tor Portland at 5 45 (Freight Train with Passenger Cars) and 0 15 a. m , and 3.80 f m. Leave Portland tor Saco Kiver, 7.45 a. u. and 2.00 and 6,20 f u. The 2 00 r .m. train out, vnd 5 45 a. m. train Into Portland, w ill be freight trains with passenger earn attached stagt* connect at Saccarappa daily for South Windham, Windham Center and Gnat Falls. At Gorham for West Gorham, 8t*ndi*h. Steep Fails, Baldwin. Sebago, ttridgiou Hiram. Liming ton, Cornish, Denmark, Brownfield. Lovel, Frye burg, Conway, Bartlett, All any, Jackson and Em ton. N. 11. At Buxton Center for Went Buxton. Bonner F.a glo, South Limington, Limiugton and Limerick At baco River tri weekly, for Hollis, Limerick Oaipso, Newtteld, Parson sfield, Ettingcara, Free dom, Madison, raton, Cornish, Porter, ftc Fares 6 cents lew w oen ticket* are purchased in the Office, than when l aid in the Cart*. bAN. CAttPENTEB, 8upt. I>..r4ln«.l A m .11 - lUdi > . . * MAINE CENTRAL RAILROAD. SL'MUKB AKRANGEMFNT. Trains leave Portland, Grand Trank VElKSHStatiun, fsr Lewiston and Auburn, at For Hanger and intermediate stations at 1.25 p.m. BETU11HING-—loave Lewuton at 6.10 a. x., and arrive in Portland at 8.80 a. x. Leave Hanger at 7.3f» a. x.. and arrive in Portland at 2 15 r. u. Both these trains conn cot at Portland with trains for Boston. Freight train loaves Portland at 8 a. x., and re turning is due in Portland at 1 r. u. Stages oozinect with trains at principal stations, daily for most of the towns North and Last of this Hoe. C M MOBSE.Sup't. Wltutrffle, N vember. 1S63. dool4 POUTLAND, SAC O A PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. SUMMER ARRAKORM ENTS, Commencing April lltb, 18*4. JHK Passenger Trains will leave the 8ta tion, Canal street, daily, (Sundays ea oopted} os follows: ^ *^»»e Portland for Boston, at 8 46 A. x. and 3.C6 Leave Boston for Portland at 7.30 a x. and 3 06 p. x. Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.00 a. x and 6.30 p. m. Theue trains will take ana leave passengers at way stations. Freight trains leave Portland and Boston daily. FKANCI8 CUASK, Superintendent. Portland. Oct. 30.1S*3. ocdl edtf MAINE INSURANCE CO. Augusta, Maine. FIH1E Main, Insurance Company Insure against L loss or damage by Fire, BuiltiiuKe, Merchan dize and Furniture, on terms as favorable as it can be done bv any solvent Company. Policies issued for Oue, Three, or Fiveytars. J. i,■ CUTLER, President, J. It. WILLIAMS,Secretary. EnWAUI) SHAW Agent, So. 102 Kiddle Street. I\T K K YA 11 U.\ A L I Fire Insurance Company I Or -Yew Tori-, Ojlict 113 Brotultray. CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000. IVM. E. WAURF.N, President. HAMILTON BRUCE, Vice President. CiEoUCE ft. SAVACE, Secretary. I Port leant Board of Prfrrencet: loa» B. Baown k Son, Huhsky Flctoubb k Co. I. J. Libby fc Co. JoH* Lmcu k Co. The nnrte-signod haring been appointed AoauT ; md Attokbey tbr thlsCcmpa y, is now prepared ates "* Pollens on Insurable Property at current ' XT"Portland OJHct, 1*0 Port Street , . JOHN W. MI'.NGfciR, Afoul. JunaMin.-etf ^ I 1 steamboats, j Portland and Penobscot River, Summer .Arrangement, 1864. THE NEW, STAUNCH AND COMMODIOUS STEAMER liARY LAN«, i Built expressly for tills route, CAP t'. WILLIAM It. HOIX, jfU*!'3* Will oommence her Sommer Ar t 1-7!jr.'jpat-ra,; gc m m t on MONWAV MdltN ■ I NO, June 6ih, Lianng Bangor ev ery Monday, Wednesday and Friday Mornings at i 5 o'clock. ' Rcmruing will leave Raiircad Wharf, foot of j Stateatreet, Portland, every Monday, Wedneaday I and Friday Evening-. at 10 o'clock, connecting with the Eastern, Boston and Maine, and Portland, Saco ' and 1 orl.-mouth Kailroans from Bostou and Wav! ataiiune, teat iug Boston ato'clock, p. M. The Boat will touch at Rcckl-Ld, Camden, Bel fast, Bucksport, Wiuterporr and Hampden, both j ways. Pa-engcrs ticketed through to and from : Boston. Lowell, Lawrence, Salem and Lvun. f or more extended iniurmation, apply to J. O. Kendrick, Bangor; tUe local Agents at the various la. dings; the Depot Masters of the P. 8 It p i I Eastern, and B. fc M Railroads; Abiel Somtrbv, ' Portland: Lang A Do a no Boston, or CUAS. Sl'EAR, General Agent. JunoL—iadtf t Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. — On? of the following tlrst-cJas* steamers of this Line viz;—Peruvian. I ‘Hibernia. North American. Jura, Bei Izian, Nova Scotian, Moraiian. Da nia-eue, si i sail lrom lyuebcc, rvkky Satvrday Mormxg. lor Liverpool via i.ond noerry. I Also the steamers ST. David St (.rough, St j Audrkw. St. Patrick, tri montlnv trim tgucbcc for Glasgow. 1'repaid and return tickets issued at j reduced raves. For passage apply to 11. a A. ALL 1 AN. Montreal, or to J L. FARMER, j maylBdtf No. 10 Exchange street Portland. j International Steamship Company. Eustport, Calais & St. .John. TWO TIUPS* PER W EEK. On and after Monday, March 18, a "J1 . tho superior sea-going Meaniet NEW tec.N8WlcK.Cum. K. B. Winchester, will leave Railroad , Wiiarl, too. oi state Street, every Monday at ( . o'clock P. M.. and the Steamer NEW ENGLAND ! Capt P,. field, every Thursday at 5 o'clock P M for s-astport and St. John, N. B , connecting at ! Eastpon with steamer yueeu, for Robinson, St An- I drewsand Calais, and with stage coaches for Ma chias. and at at. John with steamers for Freder ictou and wiih steamer Em, eror lor Digby Wind sor ami lialilax, and with the E. A N. A. Railroad for Shediac and all way stations. Returning, will leave St. John every Monday and Thursday at 8 o'clock A. M., lor fcastport, Portland and Host on. Through tickets procured of the Agentsaud Clerk on board Steamers. Freight received till 4 o'clock P. M., Mondays and Thursdays 1 maytidtf C.C.HTftV Portland and Keaton Line. THE STEAMERS Forest City, Lewiston and Montreal i foUowe;lult^farther, -otic.. run nr Leave Atlantic Wliart, Portland, Avery Monday, Tuesday, Wedneeday. Thursday and Friday, at to clock I', id., and India Wltarf, Boston, every Monday, luesday, Wednesdny, Thursday and Friday, at 7 o clock F. M. Farcin Cabin. #150 ” on Deck. l.gj Freight taken os usual. The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount esceediog St« la value, aud that pt-rson al. unless notice is given and paid for at the late oi ’ one passenger for every #500 additional value. Feb.18.T363. dtf L. BILLINGS, Agent. Portland and New York Steamm SEMI-WEEKLY LINE. • r-. The splendid and feet Steamships -C" ■ POINT,’’ Capt..Willett, s^ -- "POTOMAC," Captain Sites, as'foH^Tr***000, fur’ller notice, rap Leave Brown* Wharf,Portland,ererr WFDNFH 9DVTr,b*DU,fiAT';KDA^' $ 4 P *”nd ^““r LYSiTURDAT*.* ESUA* 1 heee vwt*©]* arc lifted tip with fincaccommodations for pasacneers. making thia the most speedy, sate and oomfortable rente for travellers between New York and Maine. Passage t7,00, including Fare and State IOMU. Goods forwarded by this lice to and from Montreal. ?ohn**' Bani°r' Bath' *■*■*•■ Kastport and 8t. Shippers are requested to send their freight to the steamer? asearly as 3 P. kf., on the dny that then leave Portland. ' ' For freight or passage apply to F-MERV t FOX. Brown's Wharf. Portland. H. B. CROMWELL k CO , No. S« W onstreet, new York. Deo 6.1863. 4tf FOB kSALE & TO LET. House aud liou»e Lola For S;*le, Local tii in WT-etbrook. about five minute* walk from the lior*e Car* at Wood lord-* corner. Abo, i'ie pleasantly loeated two -—-Hturv Dwelhug tlou-e and Lu\ n* ccnHy occupied by Mr. J. c Keiutck. Tbelot con taine about two acres, and i* one of the fine«t loca ! tUMM loir a genteel residence to be found in the #ub urb# °f Portland, being lc~* than two imle* from tnc the ci* • * 081 0dice' au* command* a fine view ot •tin llri^er ?*rticttiars sail on tbe undesigned at a1® •,)re Street, corner Union Street tyl4UU Bl FU8 DI N II AM I>u«aliiiIC: House for Sale. A Xwo «t«ry dwell ng house on Cougreas St. Idli °PP®»l*e 1 l»e same Hated Villa of a. L aritun. ivq . and on the line of the Horae naiiioad lijs home contains fourteen tini-h. .1 and la well adapted to accommodate two land lie*. i with *«‘perate f ut building*, arable. Ac . and a wen ol ater in the yard. A large part of the purchase •loney cau lay on mortgage if druirt d I h* property wiii t e . ;i red at A action on the first of August, it not acid before. Portlnnd, July7,, 1881. AL““ ,,A,NtS' For Salt*. 4 VALl A HI.K lot ot land,situated in Westbrook, AB. n* ur the foet of the street, from the Sieves’* riama road, to the county road from liisnin* to J oodford * corner; five mi nut* a wa.k to tbe Horse Km.road, containing about six mere*, thirty-two rod*on mu county road; this lot it valuable lor bull itig lots or cultivation—i* moth covered with ? l’ *rwve For term# apply to W. li. OOODlUv.H, Stereo N Plain*. Jyl4u2w# House anil Laud for Sole at a Bar gala. 'I’ljp 1 i story brick Ucum- No. 0 Portland street. A 1 helot is 68 leet ou Finland -tmt. running l»ack to Uxfoid strut. Said house is a tuated in the ceuter ot the city, on ti e direct line of the iior.-e it ail road. Prb * $1700,00. S&M.OOol which cau re main on a mortgage. For further particulars in quire of WM AI LkN Jr , I jylfeeodtf_ No*. 13 aud 10 Exchange Street. Valuable Heal Estate for Sale. \\rK have lur sole n very desirable House. «n ■ V*. w utul pleasantly located. finished »nd turmshed Horn garret to cellar; every thing iu aud about the house in perfect oid* r; will be void with j thd t urniiuie, wiiicb a.ugo**d finite and in fine oi der Immediate p*>a*«‘tision given, lhe house aud lurniturecau be examined at anytime, aud iulor matiou give t*> caliiug on UElNKY BAILEY A Co., Auntioueers. mayl'Jdti ffAtndoii Free street tor Male. rilHE va-uabic rt*l estate on Free street, known A as the "Furbish property ” The lot is about 106 I U**t on tree street tnd extends back about 174 :e*t. haid estate will be sold as a whole, or the easterly halt o! the dwelling house, with lotabout 40byl75 fret, will be S'jid by itself 7 Application may be made to James Furbish. Ksq on tne premists. or to Li El). K B. J At’kauN, j juiyldti _ 60 Exchange street. For Sale. A SQL ARK block of land, ot about 73000 acres ot wood lana. on the south side ot the river St Law ranee, in Canada East It is iutereeeded by < two cmisiderabit rivers wiik eligible Jftul sits. Wall wooded with every description of timber, such as nine and «»rucu in largo quantities, and maple, berch 6'ech, tamarac auu ba?h wo d ti any amount Euquiioof U. 1. MACU1N. ‘ 01 Hand ' Portland, Feb. 1864. febJScudtf j For Kale. ! , CLIFF COTTAGE, containing over 30 I * large stable and sheds—situated two 1 *nii OULe'lia,f from Portland, and the 1 *‘pKva ^n®** situation in Cape Elizabeth for a wa- i terin pine* and summer boarders. For particular- enquire of (, go OWES, ap7d(f 1C1 Congress Street. Portland. J for Sale, i THE valuable estate on the westerly corner of High and Spring streets, lor mam years owned «ud occupied bv the late George Harlot J. & E. 11. 11 (NT), 123 Middle St. July S, 1*64. julytSdlm Tor Male. V TWO story House and Lot situated on Port land street, with .Stable and otherout buildings. 1 Aiso two adjoining lots containing abou' eight I thousand square feet. Enquire of Si. .STEVENS No. 47 Portland rtreet. juuc9dtf ’ House Tor Sale. .4 wooden house, No. IS Adams street. . IX 11 finished rooms, convenient for two families■ X p.enty of good water. For particulars iuquire ol ri Portland, May 14,1*64. U '^mayHeod'tfJ To Let. IJHJl lt Officts, singleor in suites, over Stores Nos. loT and 154 ExchangeStieet. opposite the Inter* nalioual House, stpply oj the promises to J •l.'1*1’1 A.L.BSOWS. : J To Lei. tjTOKE now oooupied by us. Possession giroa n iminedia.ely. " “ Also, a Front Offloo in Hanson Block. I £ fdnliltf H. J. LIBBEY k CO. j, To Lei. J ONE STORE In Galt's Block. A Apply to H. T. MACHIN, I np22dtf To LeL ri C1II AMBERS orer stores 110 and 113 Federal 8t. J ' Apply to J. IOOL1DGE k Oo , ds ... . . , „„ .. 31 Commercial street. Portland, July 20.—dlw ' ^ MEDICAL. ” CJood News lor the CTnfortnnnte« THK LONG BOUGHT FOB DISCOVERED AT LAST. Cherokee Remedy -AND CHEROKEE INJECTION. COMPOUNDED FROM ROOTS, BARKS AND LHAVKS CHEROKEE REMEDY, the great ndian Diu otio. cures all di oases of the L'riuary (. gans, such Incontinence of the Urine, Inflamatiou of the jKidneys, Stone in the Bladder, Stricture, Gravel, Gleet, Gonorrhea, and is especially recommended in those cases of Fluor Albus, [or White# in Female#) where all the old nauseous medicines have failed. It is prepared in a highly concentrated form, the dose only being from one to two teaspoonluls three times per day. It is diuretic and alterative In its action; purifying and cleansing tho blood, causing it to flow in all its original purity and vigor: thus removing from the system ail pernicious causes which have induced dis ease. CHEROKEE I EJECTION is intended asau ally or assistant to the CHEROKEE REM ED Y, an should be used in conjunction with that medicine in all casesof Gonorrhea, Gleet, Fluor Albusor Whites. Its effects are healing, soothing and demulcent; re moving all scalding, heat, choadee and pain, instead of the burning and almost unendurable pain that Is experienced with nearly all the cheap quack hqje& turns. By the use of the CHEROKEE REMEDY and CHEROKEE INJECTION—the two medicines at the same time—ad improper dischargesare removed and the weakened organs are speedily restored to full vigor and strength. For full particulars get our pamphlet from any drugstore in the country, or write u# and we will mail free to any address, a fail treatise. Price, CHEROKEE REMEDY, *‘2 per bottle, or three bottles for to. Price, CHEROKEE INJECTION, f2 per bo e or three bottles for So. 8ent by Express to any address on receipt of the price. Bold by all druggists, everywhere. DR. W. R. MERWIN & Go., BOLR PROPRIETORS, No. 59 Liberty fit., New York. Ch erokee Cure ! THI W RE AT INDIAN MEDICINE. COMPOUNDED PROM ROOTS, BARKS AND LBAVKS. An unfailing cure for Spermatorrhea, Semina Weakness, Nocturnal Emissions, and all diseases caused by self polution ; such as Loss of Memory, Universal Lassitude. Pains in the Back, Dimneasoi Vision, Premature old Age, Weak Nerves. Difficulty of Breathing, Trembling, Wakefulness. Eruptions on the 1 ace. Pale Countenance, Insanity, Consump tion, aud all the direful complaints caused by de parting from the path of nature. This medicine is a simple vegetable extract, and one on which all can rely, as It has bei n used in onr practice for many years, and, with thousands treated, it has not failed in a single instance. Its curative powers have been sufficient to gain victory over the most stubborn case. To those who have trifled with their constitution until they think themselves beyond the reach ol medical aid. we would say, Detpairnci ’ the CHER OKEE CURB will restore you to health and vigor, and after all quack doctors have failed. For full particulars get a circular from any Drug store iu the country, or write the Proprietors, who will mail free to auy one desiring the same a full treatise in pamphlet form. Price. 92 per bottle, or three bottles for *6, and forwarded by express to all parts of the world. Bold by all respectable druggists everywhere. DR. W. R. M ERWIN A Cw.. 0OLR PROPRIETORS', feb8 oodfltwly No. 59 Liberty St.. New York. Female STRENGTHENING CORDIAL. This Medicine is of long tried efficacy for correct ing all disorders incidental to the feminine sex. That the afflicted may feel assured that ibis Cordial is truiy valuable aud worthy their confidence, * not one of those 8.>cr. t compounus i urposed to destroy healthy action. I add a few testimonials from phys iciaus wr oiu all, tavoringthe Electric aud Reformed Practice au kltdiciue, respect. DR. WILLARD C. GEORGE, formerly Professor in the Worcester Medical College, and President of the Electric Medical Society, Mass., speaks oi it in the following terms: ‘‘I have used the Female Strengthening Cardial similar to that preparation by DR. GEO W SWLTT, 100 tiauover Street, and I regard it as one of the best Medicines for Female Complaints that can be found." DR. J. KING, Author of" Woman: Her Dis eases and their Treatment," says: " This Medicine appears to exert a specific influ ence on tbo Uterus. It is a valuable ageut in a) de rangements of the Female Reproductive Organs." DK. SMITH, resident ol the New York Asso ciation of Botanic Physicians, says : ** No Female, if In delicate heaith.shoud omit the timely use of this valuable Cordial. 1 owe much of my success in midwifery to the use of this Medi cine.” MOTHERS ANI) 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 fer i s good result duriug Confinement in relieving the great suffering attendant upon childbirth. I acknowledge with Dr. Smith that much of mv nucce#.- in midwifery is due to the use ol this medicine it strengthens both mother and child. In each cases I follow the di rections of Prof. King, by allowing my patients to use it a few weeks previous to coufiu ment, as by the energy it imparts to the uterine nervous system the labor will be very much facilitated, and removes the scraps which many female# are liable to. No woman, if she knew the great value of this Strength ening c ordial would *ai> to use it." I have received numerous testimonials from diff erent parts of the country where used Knowing the good it is capable ol doing. I w 1! warrant every botue ol my '* Cordial" to be satisfactory in its re sults. The following symptom# Indicate those affections in which the Female Strengthening Coraiai has proved invaluable: Indisposition to Exertion, Wakefulness, Uneasi ness, Depression of Spirits. Trembling. Loss ot Power, Pain in the Back. Alternate Chills, and Flushing of Heart, Dragging sensation at the Lower Part of the Body, Headache. Languor Ach ing Along the thigh#. Intolerance of Light and Sound, Pale Countenance, Derangement ot 'he Stomach and Bowels, Difficult Breathing, Hysteria, be., Ac. It is a specific remedy in all Uterine Diseases, Chlorosis ot Green »icknesa, Irregularity, Painful u*-sa, Profuse or Buppr* #.-iou or Customary Dis charges. Leucorrhata or Whites, Scirrhus or Ulcer ite State ot the Uterus, Sterility, Ac No better Tonic can posalbly Ye put un than this, md none less likely to do harm, and it is composed wholly ot vegetable agent#, and such a* we have Known to be valuable, and have used for many rears. PRICE, One Dollar Per Bottle, or six bottles tor K6. Should vour druggist not have It. send directlv to is.aud when six bottles or more arc ordered we will jay all expenses, aud have it securely packed from >h#ervati« n. Be sure and get that prepared at the New England Jotauic Depot. 1o6 Hanover St. Boston. GEO. W SWETT, M D .Proprietor. II II II A V A_. n • i mch3eodCm STATEMENT OF THE Ibtna InNtirance Company, OF HARTFORD, CONN., >n tb^lst day of November. A. D. 1883. as required by the Laws of the state of Maine. be Capital Stock is.. .91.600.000 and with the surplus is invested as follows: teal estate, uuiuoumbcred, 987,963 18 'ash iu hand, on deposit, and in agents’ bands, 216 960 56 Jnited States Stocks, 612,947 60 tate and City Stocks, and Town Bonds, 669.460 00 lank and Trust Company Stocks, 1,1*47,270 00 lortgage Bonds, 331,9*0 00 ytlantic Mutual Ins. Co's scrip, 1883-3, 16,886 60 , To'H Arref, 93,038,879 74 .mount of for Louses not due or adjusted. 9176.411 || .mount at risk, esUmated, 116.616,479 « TUOS. A. ALEXANDER, Freuideut. Ldcip, J. Hardkr, Socretary. Hartford, Nov. 7, 1663. J. C. CHURCHILL, Agent, io. 4 Iron Block, Portland Pier. deofi dtf )irigo Insurance Company OF TIIS CITY OF PORTLAND. ! OUice No. tin Exchange street. Capital $300,000 ItlUS Company I, now prepared to i„ne policie, L on all kind, of property insurable against tire, cm rent rates A. K. SHCttTLEF, Preuldent JEREMIAH DOW, Secretary. _ DtHROTORS. B. Brown, S. E. Spring, D. W Clark, B. Carroll, Jour Lynch, U. I. Kobiuuou Tbustkms. St. John Smith. M. Tayson. C. H. Haskell, idrew spring. N. O. Cram, lilip 11 Brown, H. N. June, i re. Dow. G. W Woodman, J Libby, H. I. Kobinson, , N Winslow. 8. C. Chase. 1 vah Conant. Win Moulton. Portland. Mav 4. 1884. may6dtt Notice. r 1HIS day I giro to mi two *on«, E. J. and Chas. Randall, their time, to act and trad rorthem- ! 5 reu; I tball not olalm their wages or par their f htu. T C. KANDaLL, Kez r Falls. Me. , 1 iCitneau, Mary Pilltbury, Vary S. lTllubury. I uue 37,1864. juiiefe '• MEDICAL._J Lyon’s Periodical Drops TIE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! ARM BETTER THAU ALL Pill** Powder* A Qnack Preparations. Lyon’s Periodical Drops!* -ARB Sure to do Goodand cannot do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS!1 The Urent Female Keinctly LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS!) ARB BETTER THAN ALL PILLS'PUWDEHU f QUACK V UK PAP. A TIONb j LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARE SURE TO DO GOOD AfiD CANNOT | DO HARM. Lyon’s Periodical Drop* THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops ARK BETTER THAU All. PILLS, POWDRRt ASD QUACK MBDICIARS. Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are Sure to do Good und cannot tlo Harm* | LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Great Female Kcmedjr. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS ARB BETTER THAB ALL Pills. Powderi and Qoaok Preparation!. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS .-ARB 3CRK TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HARM Lyon’s Periodical Drops TIE UBIAT FEMALE BIMIDI Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are better than all Pille, Powden. And Quack Preparation*. Lyon’s Periodical Drops, -ARM Sure to do Good and cannot do Harm. Price, 91 per Bottle. *'or tale by all Druggists. At wholesale by W. t Phillips, H. 11. Hay k Co., Portland. aag22 eodlv cat Attn ii i NOISES IN THE HEAD I ! CUBED DY lYHAUXO A Harmless Fluid, OP AG BEE ABLE ODOR. NO VIOLENT SYRINGING Of the Head. T11E SENSE OF TASTE AND SMELL RESTORED DK. R. UOODALE’S CATARRH REMEDY. > Dr. Gocda!* has combatted Catarrh until be ha« fought it down. It has been a long war, bat histri* uroph Is complete. Through all con log time his Ca tarrh Kerned, will be known as the only one anti j for » disease which superficial!-ts bare dectar i ed incurable. Cata rh doctors, so called, spring up like muthroons on all sides. The object of these pocket practitioners is money. They nse dnngerous instruments. Thilr violent manipulations iiritate the already inflamed membrane. They never cure. Dr. Ucodile s treatment is medicinal, not mechani cal. tie does not believe in the force-pump system, which is working su much mischief. His remedy passes through the absorbents, to the seat of the dis ease, and obliterates it. It doe* not nlieve merely for » day, but for all time. Lastly, it coal* a dollar . a bottle—no more. />r. Dmlge ■</ .ItLurtt .V. T. After having witnessed the effects of this Remedy ■ a Catarrh, thus speaks of it:— It is truly and un conditionally a Herculean specific lor the • bole dis ease. such an article ought uot to to "bid uuaer a bushel," aud any man who can in nut so truly an etlicleut and pel ivc a remedy for such a loathsome disease, ought to be coosioered one « f the beneiae tore of his race, and his name aud the effects oi his skill perpetuated. Yours respeoriuU-. D. L DODGE. A. II. Pliny Mila, the treW-iiioirn Traveller, And whose family physician Dr Goods!# was for many years, kin—“It Dr. Giodale ?ajr» he can cure Catan h. he tan cure it,” kc. Price #1 beud a stamp tor a pamphlet. Dr U HOOD ALL’S Office and Dep**t , 76, Bleeker afreet, one doi.r west oi Broadway, hfew H. H. Hay Ageut for Portland' June 2d, 186S. juneSdly TA11K A «•!«•!« Patent Metallic or Copper Paint, FOR VEXnKLX’ BOTTOMX. To Owners mid Masters of Vessels. ThU «uperior article U offered with the lulle.tcon fldence. When applied to WOODEN BOTTOM VESSELS it will be lonnd a |>erlect »ubetitut- lor Copper Muatluug. aud a COMPLETE PRESERVATIVE from worms. Barnal'LK.s, URAaS. Ac. V*a •e » tradiug t.> the We«t India aud Southern Porn , will tiiui it particularly lor tlw-ir interest to tire Ur * I'ATINT METALLIC OH t Ok PKH 1'AlItT. The proprietors a ill in every ca*e guarantee, not only tha* their Copper Paint i* stn crier to any now in u*e, but al*o to any that has been heretofore of- 1 f red to the public. Printed directions for use accompany each can. 1 For sale, wholesale and retail, by the Manufae turers’ Agents, LYMAN & MARRETT, , Sliip Oliancilera, , Vo. 115 Commercial Street. ap*> 3law3m _PORTLAND. ( THE ROSTOV FI»E RKICK And Clay Ketort Manufacturing Co., Works. kederal street. Office and Warehouse 13 Liberty bquareand 7 Battery march St, manufacture hire Hrtck. ail shapes aud sizes, for furnace* required to | 'tana flu* mo*t intense heat also Furnace Block* sinl Slab*, Locomotive Fire Blocks, Baker*’Own and oreen-housc Tiles, Clwr K-torts aud necessary rileato set them, Fire Cement, Firet'lay and Kaolin The undersigned will give their special attention J, that ali order* for the above manufacture are execu- * ted with promptness. ^ JAMES K MOND ATO. ¥ CM Silling Agintu, 13 Liberty Square, Boston, mchll eodffm at The Cabinet Organs l MADE EXCLUSIVELY BY b MASON & HAMLIN tre the best instruments of their class in the world. O' Nearly all the most premium artists in the country a< tave giren written testimony to this effect, and these m DSirument* are iu constant in the concerts ot he most distinguished artists—as Uottschalk and there—a* well as in the ras in the priuc pal cit &s whenever such instruments are refun d. Price i*6 to 9*00 each. These instruments may he found t the Music Booms of the subscriber, where they rill be sold at the manufacturer*'prices. . H. S. EDWARDS, to.849j Stewart'. Block, Congretv St. ‘ „ _aprtadtl Evererfen Crnctrry. nHE Superintendent of Evrruwn Cemetery will AJ n w .> If * °?cf',n &ew 9«r?n» Jin* entrance n Mvrtle 8treef, from 13 o'clock il. to 3 o'clock P. i., every day, except Sunday a, to Jlteudto any calls i connection with said Cemetery 7 Ai Order, may be left at the office at any time. El p36dtoaagl U. C. BABB, Superlntesdeat. I , MEDICAL. MOKE TESTIMONIALS T f Tg I MRS. MANCHESTER la constantly rewiring unsolicited testimonials 01 tbn astonishing cures performed by her. Among many rewntly rewired are the following, whioh are commended to the notice ol the afflicted. Mrs. Maa Chester may be consulted at No. 11 Clapp’s It lock,Itoora No.6. A CASK OK SPINAL DISP. ASK CUR PD This is (0 oertily that 1 went to see Mrs. Mane tes ter last March with a daughter of mine troubled with spinal disease, for whioh the had been doctored foi live years, and by n number ot physicians of kinds; and she has had twenty-one applications electricity applied, hut nil to so offset; bat she con tiDually grew worse. 1 came to the conclusion, the last resort, to go and see Mrs. Manchester, and did so; and to my great surprise she told me the ilrst suse oi the disease, and how she had bwn from time to time, whioh enoonraged me to try her medicines. I did so. and now my daughter is able to be aroaad tho house all ot the time. She alto rides tea or 11 two miles without any trouble or luconvenieuw.and 1 think In n short time she will be restored to perfect health. Slow my daughter has boon doctoring, I have board of a great many oases that Mis. Maaebi a ter has oared. 1 think if any person deseryw pat ronage, it is tho on© who tries to prewrve the health of the siok and suffering; and I know that eke a,as every eflbrt whioh lies in her power to benefit her patients. Hawaii L. hshouts, GaoKojt kmes-re. Assy E. Ksieata, Ewisa Kuiaava. Krmiteick, Mattse, August bit. ONK or THK (IRKATKST CURLS oft RKCOR Mae. Mauchustib— Dear Motion:—Thinking statement of my ease may be of servioe to others similarly afflloted, I hasten to give it to you. This is briefly my case—I was takes sick about U months ago with the Livtr Complaint la a very bad form. I applied to foar different physicians, bat ra aoived no benefit until I celled on yon. At that time I bad given op basinets, and was in a very bad state, bat after taking your mediolao for a short time I be tas to recover, and in two months I was entirely well, and had gained several pounds of flesh, and onn truly ray that by your skill I am a perfoetly heal bT"“0- _ Joesra Da Tie, Boston t Mains Depot. Portland, Me. A BBMAKAABLB CURE OF A CASE or DEO ST CURED BT MRS. MANCHESTER This is to certify that I have boaa cored of the Dropsy of flftssn years standing by Mrt. Meat chu te'- I hare been to physicians in Boston, New Torn and Philadelphia. They all told ms that they coni I do nothing for me. unless they tapped me. and si ssrad me that by tapping I oonld Urn but a short time. I had made np my miad to go Boom aad lisa ms long as I oonld with the disease, end then die. On my way home I stayed osar night in Portland with n friend of mine, aad told them what my mind was n regard to my diieaae. They finally persuaded me to go and see Mrs. Manchester, film examined ms and told me my case exactly. I was so much astonished to think that she told ms correctly, that I told her that I woald take her medi cine#. not haring the least frith that they woald me any good, or that I should get the slightest relief from any course whatever; finally 1 took the medi cine aad went home. In on# week from the time I commenced taking the medicine. I had over three raliens of water past me In seven hoars; and my fsl low snfihrers may be aesaret^hat it was a gnat reiial to saa. I had not been able to lie down in bad at eight before this for two years. Now 1 can Us do' with perfect ease. I hare taken her mediator eight months, end urn as well as aay man coaid . to be, and no signs of dropsy. I woald adrlt. that are sick to go aad oonsalt Mrt. Manckt. even if they hare been given np by other pb stclans. I hare sent bar a number of oases of ott.» diseases, and the has cared them also. Go and for yonrtelrea. I had no frith, bat now my frith cannot be ihaked la bar skill in telling and caring disease. Cutitss Urixoi, Sanaa E. Hannon, ■Lear A. Heart ox. Bangor, Maim*, April Id. Orrici Houma— PromS A. M.til]IP. M. analT lahneta’ edly DR. J. B. HUGHES oax >x rouxo at xia PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, l*o. 3 Temple Street, WHERE he can be oomalted privately, and with the atmoet confidence by the afflicted, at all hoars daily, from 8 a. x. to » r. a. Mr. H. addresses those who are .offering under the affliction of private disease, whether arising from Impure connection or the terrible vice oi sell-abuse. Devoting bis entire time to that particular branch of the medical proteesson. be feels warranto, in Guam atrraaixo a Cubbix all Casxa. whvther oflrni standing or recently contracted, entirely removia the dregs of disease from the system, and making perfect and PERMANENT CURE. * Ha woald call the attention of the afflicted to t fact of his long standing and well earm d reputation furnishing inffloient assurance of his skill and son com. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Every intelligent and thinking person mast know that remedies handed out from general use -heuld have their efficacy established by weii-tesuu tape nonce in the hands of n regularly educated physi. oian, whose preparatory study ats hi* tor ail tha duties he must tui till; is Hooded with poor nostrums and cure-alls, purporting to be the best in the world, which are not only useless, bat al ways injurious. The unfortunate should be r abtic ulab in selecting his physician, as it is a lamcuiabl* yet incontrovertible fact that many syphilitic so Ueuts are made miserable with ruined constitution# by malt realm, nt from inexperienced piii.ieiaas ia general practice: for it is a point gen. rally concede* by the best syphilographen, that the study and maa> ngement of these complxiute should engross the Whole time of those who would be competent and •uocaestul in their treatment and cars, iha iaua perieneed general practitioner, having leitb.r op portunity n r time to make himself acquainted with their pathology, commonly nnsrnes one system of treatment, in most cases making an indite, unseat* use ot that antiquated and dangerous weapon, Mar oory a have confidence. All who have committed an excess of aay kind.. whether it he the solitary vice el youth, or the sting ing rebake of misplaced ocattdtmce ia uaturer years, SEES NOR AN ANTIDOTE IN SEASON. rhePnins and Aches, and Lassitude and Nervous Prostration that may fellow Impure Coition ire the Barometer to the whole system. Do not wait for the consummation that is sure to fel low, do not wait for Unsightly Ulcers, for Disabled Limbs, for iaiss of Realty and Complexion. HOW MANY THOUSANDS CAN TE STINT TO TEN H Y F? K n J r* r»Y Brnfmau/s. Young Men troubled with emissions in lieen. n • omp.aint generally the result oft bud habit In ■outli, treated aoienriaoally, and a perfect car# war rat feu or no charge made. Hardly a day paaeea but we are consulted by one >r more young men with the shore diseaae. some of ahom are aa weak anil emaciated aa though they lad the consumption, and by their frienda supposed ohare It. All inch c tees yield to the proper and ;n'y correot coarse of treatment, ard in a short time ire made to rejoice in perfect health. MIDDLE AGED I here are many men at tnea*. . .. .. „uonra roabied with too froviant eyacnanana from the ladder, often accompanied ty n slight amartiue at .urningeenaatlon, and weakening the syatem in n nanner the patient cannot account lor. On eum niag urinary dep. aits a ropy sediment will often be ound, and sometimes small particles of semen or "rUI aPP«"; Of the color will be of a thin nilktsh hue. again changing to a dark and turbid ppearance. ■ There are mauv men who die ol this utficalty. ignorant of the cause, which is the iKCOSD BTAUB OF MMIXAL WEAKXES9, loan warrant a perfect cure 10 such oasee. and n Dll and healthy restoration of the urinary organs. Person* who cannot personally oou»uit the Dr., an do so by writing iu a plain manner a deecrlptioa >f their tiDea**-. an«i the appropriate remedies will ic forwarded immediately. All correspondence strictly oontidential and will « returned if desired. Addrets, DR. J. H. HIGH kb. No. ft Temple 8t., [corner of Middle] Portland HP*bead Stamp for circular. * Sclectic TKedical lnflruiary. TO THE LADIES. ~\B. HUGHES partlouluriy invites all Ladieswhc J need a medical adviser, to call at his rooms No Tempi, stract, which they wtll l.d arningjdfo, isir especial ace -mmodation. f 101 P,r„ "i* Rolsctio Renovating Medicinesaraanrlral. T supertcr virtue in regulating all Their action Is 'peclncaud ^infStiTO »»hoHtimc ffSKjMsbssa]!: kh perfect tafety at all lime* 7 1 Ho ft Temple Stract. oerner of Middle, Portlan. rni^r1^ PJ/Sdcalringmayaoisalt one of their Ml so*. A lady of axoerlenoe In oon*tsnt attend 1 H»i n»ir JAMES EDMOND & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, I I.IBERTV SQUARE, . . 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