Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, July 29, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated July 29, 1864 Page 4
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agrTcultpral 'f A Few Maxims tor Farmers. X. The farmer who does not return to his fields u dressing mure Ilian equivalent to the crop? gathered tberelroro, 1« as unwise and thoughtless as he who would neglect to feed the horse that was to carry him on a journey. Ir. both cases diminishing the ability of a faith ful sutraut to tnlu'ster to his wants. II. The liu-tan Itnan who ob’aius from a field not properly manured, a small yield oi grain, when by sufficient manuring he might tutve obained a large one, is selling his labor at halfiis value. III. In all cases keep the best products of your farm, whether of grain or stock, for your j owu use, that improvement in each tnav result therefrom. If three poor 6heepwill briog as , much as one good one, ku?p the one and sell the three. IV. Do not permit the remaius animal or vegetable substances to tit cay about your' dwellings, bur incorporate them with the soil I or the compost heap, thereby securing the Comfort and health ot your fsmiy aud adding to the attractiveness of your home. V. Having things “near enough,” of- I ten causes much trouble. The bead board to farmer A’s cart was ‘‘near enough,” conse quently it came out iu passing over a jolt, aud with it Ualf'tlie potatoes. The keys to Mr. Jl's waggon were rather small, but they were “near enough” —so they worked loose and the wag gon aud horse got wrecked trgclher in going downhill. The bar to Capt. Ca cow pasture was loo short and yet it was “near enough’"— , but it dropped out one day and the cattle got thmugh aud destroyed his grain. It Is better and cheaper in the end, even if it dot's take a little more time, to have things just right. 1 Maine Farmer. JJKOPOSAL.S yon MATERIALS FOR THE NAVT. I Saw DtPARTMtss Bi-rsac or KticimcsT .tan KecitttTiNo, July lata, Paid. HEALED PROPOSALS to furnish material, far the Jtiav. for the ytau* ending 8itb June, iSiM. sill be re nlrnl at the r urenu of Equipment acul Recruiting Until tin thirteenth 'lay of August uext. At ten o'clock A. M , obeli tbe bijs a 111 tie c-jened, without regard to any accidental detent on of mail* nr ottier cause* The materia!* and articles embraced in the classes named arc iKU-ttculsriy described in the printed ached ulo. aoy of which will be furnished to such as detdre to off or. on application to the commainlfoit* of the re ap, elite yards, nr to llie nary scent tnwreri there,.', aud those of ail the yards upon spplicaliou to the Hu rwsu this diviaiou into class.-, being for the conve nience Of dealer* on each, such portion* only will be tarnished as are actually requited for bid* The com .uauuant oud navy agent of each station will, iu addt ueu to the -chef u ■* of classes at their owu yard*, have a copy of the wrhedule* ot the otlicr yard* kranaias tion oolv. from which It may be judged wiicther it will be desirable to make application for any of the dit**r* of those yards. O&trs iau*l ha made for the whole of the class at any yard upon one of the printed schedule*, or in strict con tonally therewith, or they will not lie cousidirvd In computing th. classes, tire price stated in the column ot price* will be the standard fold tbr affirregatc of til class will be ca tied out arrordiuff to the prices stated It la requests-i wf bidder* to avoid erasures aud substi tut',on of figures. and to soe that the amounts are cor rectly carried out. , Tne contracts will hcatrinicl to the lowest 6oti<i «rft bidder who give* proper security for its fulfilment. Tbv bureau reserve* I in- right to reject all the bids for any class, if deemed exorbitant. All article* most tie of the Terr best quality, to la- do it acred In the a»ey yards in good order, and iu auitabk teasels aud packages, properly marked with the name ot tha ewolmrt..r. a* the cate-may at the expense atll risk of tiie contractor, and in all resptet- subject to thc^ luaimatinn tn ..ia all r*-ll last t f fflimt Wight. It'.. of til* yur»l where recoiled. and to the entire mtlsfoction of tb ooiutn tti Jam thereof. Bkldfer* aro referred t© the commands ut of the rasper - live yards for samples, instructions or particular deecrip tion of *.ie articles; and ail other tbiug* being equal, preference will be given to article* of iMtfcia manufac ture. Even offer, a* required bv law of 10th August, 1848, must be accompanic« by a written guaranty, tit* form of wnteh U hereinafter given, aud a »o by a certificate signed by tue collector of internal revenue for the district in ▼hic:i he Toddy that ha has a license t*.» deal in the arti cles whim he projK -es to furnish; or by at* »fliJa vit sign ed by himself aud sworn to brfore oouie magistrate an themed to admini«tei such rath, that he is * mauufuc turvr of. or regular doalrr in, the articles he offer* to sup ply, and hn a iWn*e as such manufacturer or dealer. "rh*eeonly srboflr nlfott u»a> be a crept**!. will be noti fied, and the contract w ill fa- forwarded an soon there after aa practicable which t«ey*rilibe required toeai rute within teu days alter its receipt at the post (office or nary agency named by them. Toe contracts pill b**ar date the day the notification i given and deliveries can be ilcmsndcd. Sureties in the full amount will be required to sign the contract a *d their responsibility certified to by a United Stares district judge, Lulled Mates distri*-1 attorney, col lector, or navy agent. A* ad litional security, twenty per centum wM be withheld from the amount of the bill until the contract shall have l*e»-n completed-, and eighty per eeuturn of each bill, approved in triplicate by tin coalman fan's of the reepectireysWi. will l«* paid by tue navy agvut at the p*.»lut* of delivery — unless n*qne*t<*l b; the coutractor to be paid at another navy afrncy —within teu days a-ter warrants sball have been passed by tb Secretary of t ie Trwa ury. It Is stipulated in the contrart that if default be mad bf the p*i ties of the find part in delivering all nr any cl of tbe artk e* mehtioned In any clap* bid tor in the con tract, or the qaifitf at such time and place* above pn vi Jed then aud in taat case the contractor aud his sura ties will forfeit and pay to the United States a i m oi money not exceeding twice tbe amount of sncli cla**. wnich may be recovered from time to time, according t« the act of Congress. in that rase provided, approved Mar cl 8 1846. No bids for more than one yard mntt >»e awlMed In on vnv-lope. and the aacie murt be dk-tinctly endorsed oi the cut side. 'Proposal* for Materials for the Navy, for th« Navy-yard at (name the yard)," and addressed “To tin < hief'ef the Bureau of Equipment and lte< rutting, Nay larpenaivoT, nmatnnglou, D C. ’ FORM OF OFFER. Wxikb, from a firm must be eigned by all the member* I.-, of-, in the State of-, hereby agn-* to fur nidi aud deliver in the respective nayy Yards a! tue articles named in the classes hereto annexed agrees hi: to tbe pr > fl.dctis el the schedules therefor, and in eon foruiity wicu the advertisement of the Bureau of Equip meat and Kecrnitiug. dated July ISth, IW4 Should m.< ofler be accepted, I request to be addressed at ——, ao< tbe contract sent to tfle navy agent at ——, or to - Jos Signature and certificate. (Signature ) A. B. Date. Witaeaac. Tbe schedule which the bidder melon**** must be paste' to this ofler, and each of them signed by him. Opposit* each arti -fc in the schedule the price must beret, tb amount l>« carrird out. the aggregate footed up for earl class, aud tbe amount likewise written in words. If th< partial who bid do uot n-.-ide near the place a her*- the ar faelet are to be delivered, they must name in their otter person to whom orders on them are to be delivered. FORM OF GUARANTY. The undersigned-, of-, In the State of and-. ol—-. lu the State of-, hereby guar antee that lu ease the forcing bid of — — lor am « the cla ws therein named be accepted, be or they will within ten days after the receipt of die contract at tb post office named, or navy agent deviguatud, execute tb contract for tbe *ime with good ao*l ndkient suretic* aud in c«*> tee said-sball fall to cuter into contract as aw.uwiJ. we guarantee to make good the difference b* tffwu the ofler of the said-and that which may 1> accepted. (3 it gnat ore*, of two guarantee*.. C. D E F. (Data.) Hiti.ess. 1 hereby certify that rite above named-—are know to me es men of property, aud able to make good tb* l guaranty. (Signature.) G. II. I Date ) To be signed by the United States District Judge. Lu ted 8 ate* District Alto my, Collector, or Naw Ag-nt Tim following arc the cbiAees ivquired at the re«f>e* iive nary-yards: KITTEN Y—MAINE, No. 1 Flax Canvas and Twine: No. f*. Sperm Dll No. 7, Choking Utensil*; No. l*i, fawther; No. If, Leatl er ll«at . No 3 Lantern*; No. D. Talk)* ; No22. Static i err; No 28 Hardwww: Vo. 24, BUp tbandery;Ne 2* Dr> Goods; No. 21*, Firewood: No. 81, Tar Oil, and Neat foot Oil. CIIA&LSSTOVTX —Si ASS ACHl SETTS. No. I, Flax Caava* and Twine; N. o. Sperm OH; No. ^ Choking Utensil*; No. 8. Stove*; No, 10, Leather; No. I i Leather tlo»e; No 12, Ok llidv* for Rope; No 18, «ie* Irr- ; No. 1?. Soap an-l Tallow; No. 2»t, Brodies; No. 21 Stationery; No 23. Hardware: No. 24 Ship Chandlery wood; No. 21, Whale, Tar, and Xaitdoot Oil BROOKLYN, NEW YORK. No. 1, Fla* Canvas and Twin**; No. R. Iron Xaiii S'.iaave Rivet#, tie.; So. 4, Tin Zinc, ete.; So. 5, Ppen Oi.. No. ‘J White Fine, AfU Black U'-iluut, etc .No ' l4x>king CMadia. No. S, Stoves and Cooking Caboo* No. 10, Leatlwr: No 11, Leather liw: No 12. Li^uuu ▼it*: No (3 Lanterns mad lamp*; No )8!*oapaod tallow No i.\t ttru*b**; No 22 Stationery; No 23 J Hard ware. No 5 Ship Gbaud ex> ; No 27 Dry Hood*; No 2y Firewood, N 31 N'calafbot Oil. PHILADELPHIA. PENNSYLVANIA. No 1 Flax« anruts aud Twine; No f» Sperm Oil; No Ccxdt'mt Utensil*; No 10 Leather; No II b ather Hoar: N 13 Stnp and Tullow; No 20 Brushes, No 22 Stationery. N 23 ilirdtran; No 24 Ship Chandlery; No 27 Dry Good* No 2‘.* t ire wood; No 31 Tar Oil and Naatafjot Oil. WASUINGtON, D. No 1 Flax Canviuw and t« ine; No 4 Tin and Zinc; No Sperm Oil: No 8 Stove* and Cooking « aboottw; No J Le*Uier. Vo 12 L gn'imvliw; No 13 L;*uterus, X* 18 So* and Fallow; No 2*) Brushes; No 22 Stationery; No 1 Hardware; No 24 Shin Cuandlery; No 23Copper Win N »27 Dry (rood* : So S3 Gallery Iron; No 34 Chain Iroi No 3} Walnut. Mahogany and Aik; No 3S logon Coppe jy 19 Iaw4* hie riKsf uiiimi m OF PORTLAND. Holders of U. 8. 7-30 Notes, C»n have tb.iu rxch.u/wl t«»r«;x percent. twei ty ytnr bond. by leevluy tbem witfc tbit bunk. Tt |. tcrecton tbe note* will be pnid in coin, tt tbe re 7 8 10 per coni, to July 1. and the bond: will be il liftrod here a, aoon at they can bo prepnn d by tt tiorerbiucut. Tiiecc #' year bond1 are tbe nio.t d airableof an/ol tho gortrummt sccnrltfea. Cot Vfcralonsinusf bo made in torn, of tt&OOor it, mu’i pi*. A couttnife/ion of one >|uarter of one perccn will bo charged. W. K. GOULD. Cathie r. Fortlaud, May 3E, l««. mnytteodtf Seizure of* fiood*. COLLICTOR’S OPFK K. ) I>i^Cr!ot 01 Fortlaud and Falmouth, [ Portland, July 23-1 84. 1 VOTICK hhmky given that the lollowiug d jln rcilh-d Good* wire Mdmj at this port, on tl days hexviuaiu r meat onod. For a violation ol'tl JlH.etiUO Lv»f, viz.— Auril 1**, 18^4. on Frown wharf. on- Lbl eu.ara douebblui 1 mj'jAptBl 1884 on hoard bark Maiy C. Fox, on Lbl sugar; Mi 2g 1*414. on vYl gerv’* wharf, on* bbl *n>ar; Mi 2L i834 on Itallr ad wharf, one trunk eontalnh ©even Lot»l*sot brandy,* ne bottle win*, on* pae' Eg* tblinb'ea. one piece of cotton, two package# ca: taluibg silk and'in! >v8: June 18, lw>4, on board J l>«rk prii ce«s, 17*0 cigars Any orr»wii or par«ui &, desiring the 'am©, are » cju.'^'O^ to Appear E -d make bu h claim, wl h nm ty dav* from th** day of t^e date hereof; oth# wi«*t‘ a Itld Goods wilt be di«p*sed of4n acc«» anc^ with the act of Co are * approved April 13*4 IsBaKL WASilBLKN, J*., Jytt dlawlw Celleetor. HOTELS. I CHANDLER HOUSE j Botlicl. .-ritw. If i • ... > Uau!,!Ul j [tiuu roMDuc village n the lint ot tfci -■ I L.rand Trunk hailroad, A> miles Horn Uor J_| ism, N H. has » veu recently built, with p..-ciui ."• to H■> wauls cl in.- pleasure trav eling public. It conti.lus fifty spacious, well venti lated and neatly furnished rooms, from all of which viewsof grand n.ountain so nerjr may be had No f, pains will b? a* ared to make this a favorite resort for l the tourist and p ermre-oackeia. Tart cular atten- a lion will be pa d to bportsmen, ar.d convey ance to ^ the lakes, and ail places of interest will will be fur- u ni-bed on reasonable terms. Horse- and carriages and -addle horses to let. A good bowliug .Saloon is L connected with the house. d A l ari iage wid be in constant attendance to con- r vey gue * of i he house lroiu and to the cnpot.on a the arrival end depaituie of passenger ira ns. fram-ient and permanent hoarders so ited. F 8. ctlANHLEK & COn Proprietor#. - Bethel. Me. duly 9 —nlm Moa-Nide Houmo, * tllUFSIVCLL NECK, O A 8 C 0_ B A Y . rThis elegant and commodious Ho- j t tel. situated on the extremity of ' r llarpswod Neck, about half a nilic ( Is-ow the wel krown Vlausion t ■iUouse. ha-just been oom pie tod after t tlHTueiugMson* M. II vrdimo. L-i . Architect, and , under li,« superintendence, aud will be opcu for ( company On and after the Fourth of July* The House if th? largest e-uibii-hment, construct ed expramiy lor the purpose of a Hotel, st any Mat- ; 1 ering Flaceon ihe coast ol Maine, it is situated in the centre oi a denso grovo of old trees, with ave- I nties and vistas opening to the waters of th ltav, ' but a lew yards distant on either side. Nearly surrounded by the sea, and abundantly shaded by trees, the House lm« a spacious and beau- j lifrl verandah, extending o er thoM hundred and j1 thirty iOet on thru*' shl« s of the building, with wide ! aud tnoroaghl) ven i aud Lai xand corridors iu the interior, so ttmt visitors can enjoy the most c ample e protection from the summer beat. Thu steamboat whari in d boat laud*ng*are on the | we-t-ido, tut a lew steps from the House. Ample facilities are at hand lor Lotting ami fishing. On the east >ide is a line gravel batch, wlieie the luxury of aea-h* Ling can he ei joyed at aU time* of the tide. At a short distance*.n the northeast,across an arm of the sea is Orr’s island, celebrated by Mrs Beech- • er Stowe's w li known novel. The 8 a Side House Is accessible by land from Brunswick fifteen miles distant, by one of the finest drives in tbc State, nnd bv daily steamboat j 1‘ortlond through the inside passages among the | islands of the Bay. Visitors comit-g fVriu the Kennebec and other . part*, of the inicriur. can leave the railroad at Bruns wick, and proceed bv erage »o Harp-well, or ooniiu u. to Fortland and take the steamer, which runs down and back twi„e a day. JOHN T. SMITH, Proprietor. fr«tr ____ | Ho! for the Atlant c House! ^ IVrsott* wi lling to spend the day at the odSbcmAtlantic (louse. Hcarboro’ Beach, will find vood4'onah at Oak Hill Depot upon the talmitu of every train. Fair from the Depot _2JE_Lmto the House. I»0 cfs. J<i 1,201 m F. A. LIBBY ft CO. BRADLEY'S HOTEL, ~ -on ran— Amt rit an and European riaiD. vor.oi commercial cc xuuia dis. Iliii House ir si sited directly opposite , »thi* Urax.d Trunk fcai.roai Depot,ana beau 1 ot He* ion and Portland Meant- i**' Wharf Count- ted wita this lionet i« a tir«t class , _iOv ii r and f»ii ;;.jr ilall. .1 %MtS UHADJl 1-Y, .lr , & ‘ .Proprietor*. J. Bradley, Jr. P. II. Bradley. , Junel&dbm Atlantic House, HC A it BO ft O’ BEACH. ITUS Rou*f haring been enlarged and refitted throughout will open for the sta -•nx on Monday, Jam* 13, mill. E GUN3I80H. ! K. 11.—Positively closnl on the SatLa'h to all transient vi*itor». jum-ll Ocean House Re-Opened! I he undersigned hating Ieased for the A”'-ason t ,i« w.i .'-ub.i'liHl Water ins place, ™cksnaisglr ait i «BB|RCape Elizabeth. With nxirivaljed lacili f t M i «t*s for Hailnus. BoaliUK, and Fi»liiii|r. Will open tor transient and permanent gu«sts on and . after Tuesday, the 7th day of June. Every desirable convacieuce will t* supplied for the plea/ure *ua coxa oris ui its patrons with regard to tue icquircra* nti>and character ot a FIRST CLASS HOTEL. We feel amnrfd that < ur exertion*, added to the unusual attractions ol the house iiaelf. will secure us the as-probation and patronage of the public. I *Qtit* ft l y dv*<xl U» th' Sabbath. llli.L k JORDAN, Proprietors. Cape Elizabeth, June 7, 19*>4. dtf BAY VIEW HOUSE, CAMDEN. J1 he Sub-Bribers take pleasure iu aa nmincing *o their fru nu- ana ai< interested in finding a ilrtst ciaa- im*m -fide Hot si accom ioouaiii>fja,tnai their new and spacious Ho ' Dcariy in Jane. It contain* ail the mod ern improvement* and every convenience lor tut comfort and accommodation ol the tra\ cliiug j ub lie It *• finely l<*eato<l, comma'-ding au uur.vailod view of tie* !'«. nubsent Bay. i’hc* advantage* ol ses bathing and th© facilities lor liohing and boating, are unsurpassed. lor it* beautiful uccftory and de light mi drive* and walk*. Camu< n i*> aiieady favor ao» known a*ou«* ol the bi**» tligibh- and deligh - ful watering places in New England. Connected wl.b th-* Hotel I* a fine Livery btab.e, hor*«« and carnage* having been setoeteu with great care. The carriages ore ironi tne beet establishment* in ihe counti y. audou the uio-t appro* t-U styles. Meant boat landing-ea*y ot access; steamer* toaching e v ery dav in il>e u>vk. telegraph communication with all part* of the ct untrv. lucso wishing o *e cure goo-l room-) will do w oL to apply soon, as many areaneauy t'i‘:*ag« ri. CL aiilN** k JoUNSTON, Proprietor!. Camden, June 2. 18c*.—dtf *nbmliaii Ht-sorl. CAPI81 CHOUSE. WEST BROOK. This e * gant -uburban Watering Place, located upon a pleasant eminence near »'a* M*“01'oud. but Ji mile! from Portland, hav ing been p uoi d in the most ample order by ihe subscriber, i. v xno»t respccttull) aolicii* iue alien (ion of tim public, and cordially Invite* a call Irvin hi* old friend*. the house i- plessaut, retired and quiet. The furniture »ui Jurntahing# are all new, and t lie room c **> and sightly. I he table * are supplied with ail the deiacaciea a.- well a* the »u hr* tan vial* ox the sea son, and the service ol one ol the very best cook* in Ne w r.nglaud have been tmetued. . Ex to naive abed* and a tine -table with roomy stall/ i are among thc-couvomoucc* ot the ».>tabii.-Luo*ni A nice Bathing House *uUi .* nt for the accooxmu datiou s»f several bat be in ha/ been er«*cu*d with siepb projecting into tea tvM ol water, and the whole se , curat from observaton by a flouting screen. Smoking Arbor* grace the banka ot the Pond and invite the iadulyence oi the loungs-r. Hoping f jt a ■ uare of the public patronage the un dersigned prow*«• to fpaie no effort lor ihe eu cr tainiai-ntol Li* gue-ta. bKo. W.MCKCU. Westbrook, May 21, l^b4. ma>21dtf Splendid Pleasure Resort! THE WHITE HOUSE, (VeaMIKLY wriLaon HOUBX.) J.P. MILLER,.PBOPKIETOK. A Till* popular Hotel ha* rodeutK been pur JChared by Mr. Miller (oi the Albion - and bar t.en thorough)) i -lilud, renovated and re pained, end numerous excellent alteration* made. It is located on the Succarappa road. 4 i. k >out four niilt - from Portland, affording a beautiltji drive ov«r a go-d road, and Ju ♦ about far enough for pleasure. It ha* a tine large fencing Hall and good Rowling ▲lle>i. In close proximity to the house Is a warm . and roomy Stable, containing twenty nice stalls. 1 here i« also a wall sheltered Shed, 1^6 foot long, for p i hitching horse* The choicest Suppers will b.'&ct up for sleighing and dancing parties, who will hud it greatly to their pleasure and advantage to reaort to the White Hour >. & Wo effort will be epartd for the entertainment ol i; dielMtf ! HALLOWELL HOUSE REO PEN E F> t - KEW FURHITUEjK * FIXTURES! ^ 8.0. DEWIN, l*ro|>i l«‘(or. &T The public are specially Informed that the snadoui). convenh-nt and well known Htliowiu lioree. in the c. uttr of Ilallowcl), two milee from Au/nstfl. and lour mi'e* from Togas Spring, has been reftirnl*hed, and is open for tlu reception Ot company and permanent board, re. Every attention a ill be glvtn to the comfort of < guests. ST A BX. ING, t and all the usual convenience* of a popular hotel, are amply provided. llsllawel , (Vb. 1 1M1. luchJoeodif THE AMERIC A* IIOl>E, [Hanover Street • • • - Boiton, —1»— The liur,e«t nntl Best Arranged Hotel IN SKW K N U I. A N U . LEWIS RICE, FropriPtoi. 0018ly (• i IP IOIT HAVEN’T A REFRIGERATOR ! K /"VILir you have au old one that don't exactly U suit von. don’t tail to examine the very beat oat* '■ ! tern now In nse, the POLAR REFRIGERATOR. “ For mle tt the Furniture Boom, of U WALTER COKEY, 8. and M Exobange .treet, June# 1WH - d2m _PROPOSALS._ proposals; ( PROPOSALS FOR TIJIIitH AKX> MATERI . ,Ai_S F\>K Flit. SAW > SAW OsPAHT«Kir I bureau of Construction and Repair, V June bO, 1364. ) Sealed Proposals to furnish Timber and Materials •r the Navy, for the fiscal year ending June 30, :jj, win he receive 1 at toe bureau or Coustrnctlon Lid Repair uuiil 10 o'clock of i he 1st flay ot Au u*t ntxi at which time the opening will be com lenced. , , „ , , Proposals must he endorsed “Projosals lor Tim er and mat* rials lor the Navy.” that they may be stinguUhed other buai&Cra letters, aud di •cn>d to the Chief of tue Bureau ot construction ud Repair. The materials and articles embraced in toe class* aiut.*t arc particularly described iu tho priu eti iheuitk- any o* whi h will ce luruiohed to such a e-ire to offer, ou appdcatiou to the coimnandauta i tho respective yar«.g, or to tho Navy Agents near ■t thereto and those oi all the yards u^*.-u applica on to ilio Bureau. Ini* division iuio classes Wing lor thccou\enienoe I dealers in each, such classes only will he lu nWi ll as ate actually required ror bias. The (Jommaud nt aud Navy Agent *or each statiou will, iu addi ion to the schedule oi classes o! .heir own yard*, avea c py of tlie schedules ol the other yard* lor xammatiou only, fiom w i ichmay be judged wrhetb r it will he desirable to inane application lor any ot he classes of those y aid*. Ail oilier things tn-mg qua!, , refeieuce wiu be given to articles ol Atnti sati iu tnulaciuro. utf-:ra must Le mate for the whole of the class at ny yard, upon one of the pnuteu schedules, or in tiirt conformity therewith, or they will not be cou ntered. L'pou application to tlis Bureau, to the l omraaml im ol auy yarn, or to any Navy Agent, the torm ot ill'er, ol guaranty, aud other ne„ea»ary in.oimation espocting tue p «»po ala, will tie furnished. The con ract will be awarded to the lowest bidder vho girts proper guaranties, as requited by the law >i Augu«! 10, 1346, t e Navy oepanmeut reserving lie iigut |oreject tue lowest bid, or any which may h* d« » raed eaoi bitant. ihe coutiacts will bear date tho dsy the notifies tou i* given and deliveries ran be d mauded from hat date. Sureties iu the Tull amount will be required to sign Le contract, aud their responsibility certified to by i l ailed K»ates UU.rict Judge, Lnited fii ales nit ric! Attorney, Collector or Navy Agent. As addi toual -county, twenty per centum will be withheld from tiie amount ot the bills until the contracts shall save been completed, aud eighty per centum oi each .ill.approved iu tiiplicate by the t ommandant* ot lien.-p* ti\e yard*, wtn be paid by ttaeNsvy Agents j u Hie points oi delivery, iu lund* or oertihoaus, at ( ;ha opti iU u< the tjoverument. within teu days at- ; [nr tue warrant for the -arne shall have been piflMO I jy the Secretary of the treasury. Th'j following ar»* the classed required at the re- , ipective naty-yards. K1TTBRT. < las- No 1, White Oak Logs: No 2. White Oak I Keel and Keelson Pieces; N<» 3, White Oak t itrve • and Ku*o»; No 4 White Oak Plank; No 6, J Veliox l’.Urj l^»gs; No 7, fellow Pine Beam**: no 8, | fellow Blue Ma-t*aud 3par Timber; No 11, White Piu Plank and Board-; No 12, White Pine B.d White < las Heck Plank; N»i IS, Ash Log* and Plank; No 14. Adi Oar*: No 1G, uickory Butts; No IT. Cedar Board- ; No 13, Locust: No lft, W bite < >ak Staves aod Heading; No 2 , B.ack ipruce. No 23. i.iguuinvitw; No2G. Iron, round, flat and square; , No 26, Steel ; No 27. Iron Spik* «; NhJj. iron Natl*, wiought and cu ; ko 3.', 1/ id; No Si,T*n and Zinc; No33, Hardware; No i/4, loot* Tor Stores; No 86 j White Load; No 37. /due Paints; No 3*. Colored Paints;dryer; No eft. Turpentine, Varnish: No 40. ■ ._.A 4 . \ .11,.- V.. ii Vi.t. <1.1 Vrt AA Tallow, Boap; Ko 47. Ship Chandlery. CHARLKSTOWX. Clans No 1. White Oak Logs; No 2, White Oak , Keel Pieces: No 3. While Oak Curved Timber; No 4 WhitoOak Plauk; No 6. Yeilow Pine Logs; No 10, Woite Pine Ma®ts and ** par I linbor ; No 11.%% bite Pine Log- I'lauk an i Uoarus: No 12, Whiie Pine Oeek and B.a*e Piank; No 13. Asa L< g> aud Plank; No 14, A*h uar.-: no 10, Itlaec Walnui and Cherry ; No 18, LoetB ; No i9, White Oak Stave* and Head ing'* ; No26, Black Spruce: N'o23. Ltgnunavit*; No 26, Iron . No 26, ©teei; No 27, Iron Spike*; No 28, Iron Nails wrought, aud cut; No 30. Lead: No 31. Zinc, Tin aud Bolder: No 38. Hardware; No 34, , fool* for Store Ac ; No 36 Whtto Lead ; No 37, Zinc Paints; No38, Co ored Paints; No89. Turpentine and Varnish; No 4o. Li tinted Oil; No 41, Glass; No 41 Whale Oil; No 46. Tailow, ftoapand Sweet Oil; No 47. Bhip Chandlery. BROOKLYN Clas-Nol. White Oak Log»;No2.Whi • Oak Keel Pieces: No 3, White oak Curved limber; No 4, White Oak Plank ; No 6. Yellow Pine Logs; No 7, Yellow Pine Beams; No ft. Yellow Pine Mast and Spar Timber; No 9 White Oak Board* and Plank; Noll, Whi e Pine Timber and Logs; No 13. Ash P auk: No 14 ash Oars; No 15. Hickory Bar* and Hand spikes; No 16, Bite k Walnui and Cherry: No 17, Cedar: No 18, Locust: No 19, White Oak Stave* aud ilea iug; No90, Black Sp uce; No 22, Mahog any: N o 28, l-ignamvit* ; No 25 Iron, round, flat, and square: No 20 Mteel; No 27. Iron Spikes; No 28, Iron Nail*, wrought and cut; No30, wm; No 31. Zinc, I m: No 33. Hardware: No 34. Tools for Stores; No 36, White Lead ; No 87, Zinc Paint; No fh*. Colored Paints,dryers: No 39. Varnish; No 40. I.inseed Oil: No 41, Gla«-. N«» 42. Brushes; No 44, pith Oil; No 45, I allow; a*o 47. Ship Chandlery. PHILADELPHIA. Class No 1. White Oak Logs; no 2, White Oak Keel Pioeoa: No 3. White Oak Curved Timber; No 4, White oak Piank; Nolo While line M*-t atd Spar Timber; Noll. White Piue P.auk and iioaid*; No 12, White Pine Deck Plank ana btage P auk ; No 18, A-b Logs and rlauk ; Noll. Ash 0*rs; No 16, Hack Walnut, < h rry. Mahogany: No 16 C>|fesa »nd Cedar; No 18, LocustTr*-toads;N* 20.BlackBpruce: No23, 1; No 25, Iron, round, tUt. square; No 2-5 Steel; No*7 Iron epiker; No 88. Ir n .vail-, wrought, cut: No 3d. Lead : No 31. Zinc. Tia, aud Bolder; No Si. liar ware: 'o 34. Tool* for Btort<; No HI White Lead; No 37, Zinc Paints; N*»8$,C’*;1 ordol Paints, dr}ers. ic: No 39. Van i h; No 40, Linseed Gil; N«» 41. Glass; No 44. frishOi!; No 45. la low, Bvap. Bwoet Oi ;N**47, bhip Chandlery ; No 48, Oakum; No 60, Ingot Copper. WAflJftIWOTOW. Class No 3, White Oak Kbo Pieoes; No 11, White Pi'iv ' lank biid Boards; Noli Ash Plauk ; No 14, A*h o*m; No 16, Black Wa nut. Cherry, ana Ma hogany f No 17 Cy ret*; No 10, Spruce Pice spa'*; No 22. Poplar; No -'a, Iron, round, tl a * and square; No 26, St* el; No 27, Spike*; No 2$, Nails; No 36, Loa<<;No8I Zinc, Tin. and Solder; No 33, Hard ware; No34. To ns for Mores: No 36. White Lead; No37. Ziuc Paint: No 8^ Color-d Paint#: NO 39, Tu pontine and Vanish; No 40, Linseed Oil; No 41, Glass; No 45, Tallow, Soap. &c; M* 47 Slip Chai 4 kry : No 48. akum; No 49, Taak Iron; No 50. In got Copper; No 52 Poles; No 54, Bellows. ju<>8dlaw4w Good New* lor (he i'ntortunate. • ■ THK 1.0*0 BOUGHT FOE DiSCOVERE D AT LAST. Cherokee Remedy -AW D CHEROKEE INJECTION. OOMFOUVDXD FBOX HOOT*. BA UK# AND LBAVJC* CHEHOKER REMEDY, the great ndian Diu eric, cum* all di east-* of the Urinary t gans. such 1 a* of the Trine, Ir.tlamation of the iKiduey*.Stone in tie Bladder.Stricture, Gravel, Gleet, Gonorrhea, aud ia evpecially recommended in those casoa of Fhtor Alhtu,{or la Females; where all the old nauteon* medicine* hare failed. It is prepared in a highly concentrated form, the dose only being fYorn one to two teaspoonlul* thru* linn * per day. It i* uiuretic and alterative in its action; purifying «nd cleansing the blood, causiug it to flow in all its original purity and vigor; thus removing from tin system ail pernicious cause* which have induced dis S|M'. CUEttOKEK i EJECT JOS i* intended a* an ally or assktant to the CHEROKEE REMEDY, an should be used in conjunction with that mediciueiv all caaesof Gonorrhea, (Heft. Eiuor Albusor Whites, It - '"fleet* are healing, soothing and demulcent: re moving all scalding, heat, choadee and pain, instead of the burning and alia<v-t uucudurahle pain that If experienced with neatly all the cheap f mack injeC' tO>um By ibo u«« of the CUE It OK XX REMEDY aud CHEROKEE IXJECTiOX--the two mcdiciuer ai the same time—ail improper dischargee are removed aud the weakened organ* are speedily restored tc full vigor aud strength. For full particulars get our pampbl’t Irma auy drug store in the country, or write us and we wll, mail free to any address, a lull treatise. Price, CHEROKEE RE MED Y, *2 f er bottle, 01 three l*»ttle* for 96. lVice, CHEROKEE I.SJRCTWX. *2 per ho < or three bottle* for *6. 8cnt by Kxprew to any address on receipt ol thi price. Hold by all druggists, every w here. DR. W. R. >1 ERWIN A Co.. HOLE PROPRIETORS, No. 69 Liberty bt., New York. C h erokoe Cure! TftL GREAT / if 1)1 A X MEDICI X E, COMPOUNDED PROM BOOTH, KAH&* AND LBAVBH An unfailing cure lor Spermatorrhea, Semina Weakness, Nocturnal Emissions, aud all disease: caused by self polutiou; such as Loss of Memory Universal Lassitude. Feins in tbe Back, L>itunef>so Vision. Premature old Age, Weak Nerve®, Difficulty ol Breathing, Trembling, Wakefulness. Eruption: on the Face, Pale Countenance, Insanity, Consump tion, and all tbe direful complaints caused by de pailiug from tbe path of nature. Thi medicine is a simple vegetable extract, anc one on which all can rely, as it has be n used in oui practice for many years, and, with thousands treated it has not foiled in a single instance, its curativi powers Lave been sufficient to gaiu \ictory over tin mutt stubborn case. To those who have trifled with their oonstitulioi until they think themselves beyond the reach o medical aid, we would say, Dupuis not! the CHER OKEE CURE will restore you to health aud \igor tod after all quack doctors have failed. For full particulars get a circular from any Dm* store lu tbe coontry, or write the Proprietors, wb< will mail free to auy one desiring tbe same a ful treatise in pamphlet form. Price. 93 per bottle, or three bottles for 96, ant torw .rded by empress to all parts of tbe world. hold by all respectable druggist* eveiywbere. DB. XV. R. MERW1N * Ow.. SOLE PROPRIETOR#, fob* eodhwly No 69 Liberty 8t., New York. 1 """"uailhoadZ FOR CHICAGO, MfLWAUKIE, I And all parts of the West. IlliSWS Tl<KITS T9 (BiCAGO, MILWAlkil. And all other point! at the <j WEST, SOUTH & NORTH WEST, For sale at the reduced rates of fa?e at the Union Ticket Office, 31 Exchange St., XV. D. Little, Agent. ’ juie24dtf i 3 FOR THEWHITE MOUNTAINS, ■ gUM : Montreal, Quebec, Niagara Falls, ; ASD hKTURN. I Kxcuroion Tickets for «ale at the R E 1> U ( El) RATES, By W. D • LITTLE, Asent. ' UNION TICKET OFFICE, iane24tf 31 Exchange street. i» REDUCED RATES ! Itll'OKITVr TO TKAVELERh i l -TO TUB West, North West & South WestI W. I). LITTLE. IS Agent for all the great leading route* to Chica* ! go, < incinuati, Cleveland, Detroit. Milwankie, ! (•alena, o»ko*h. St. Paul, Latjronse, Ln eu Bay, l^uiccy. bt. i.oui«, Ixjinftville, I iu1i*ncpoli*, Caho, I etc., etc., ami i* prepared to turuitdi Iiiroiuh l u rkih from Portland to all the principal citiee and town* in tin* loyal Stan* anti ( anana*, at the I loweat raten of tare, and ail needlul iuiorniation ' cheerful ) granted. Traveler* will tlnd it greatly to their advantage to procure their ticket* at the Union Ticket Office, 31 Ukt-lmugeStreet, (UF STAIRS,) \N . D. iaIT I IjI'i, Agent, VW Pa*M*nger! t«»r California, by the Old Line • Mail Steamer and Pan n»a Kaihoad', may to »• cured by eariv application at thin office. rickets to J/onfrto: •»»?</ (Jutltec and return .via the Orand Trunk Kailw*> ) may be obiuined at this agency on favorable term*. m»., 26u& wtt Summer Tourist’s k Traveler’s Orent Combination ol BXOUHSIONS! For the Season of 1864. i Iisrn uuuu ««* nnurn m ixoyenilN r l-l. WiffB TElfRft IUIIiHAV. From Portlmid *—TO— Whiff* Mon main*. Hon1 real, CJuHht, lh*. Iroif, Chicttfo, W iiwaukie, Niagara Falls and reiuru AT \ MRY LOW RATES OF FARR Only $10 to Y'hlcaijo or Milwaukie, out and return, via. Harnia Linr. To Chicago and Kelnrn, all rail, $3A, Also, to Bo-ton. New York, up the Hud-ou River, Saratoga, Lake George. Returning from Niagara Fall* either by Grand Tru*.k Railway, or by Hie Royal Maui Line through toe l.‘HU-an j Island* and Rapid* of the bt. Law rence. AnurUan M>>uey taken at Par fer Ticket*, Shar ing Car-aud at Refre-Jimoiit saloon*. Arrangement* ha »• been made with the Proprie tors ol the principal Hotel* in Mouareal, i^uoh.c aud L)-tn it to take Auieiicau klouey at par, charging New Yoik Hotel pricer. tor Ticket* or inf rmaliou apply to Aobxt of Grand I'm ok Railway. E. P. BLA< II, General Agent.279 Broad way .N.Y * J* Flowtkk*. r.a».tern Agent, Bangor. Jane 11.—d4w OK AND TBVNK KAI1.WA1 Of Canwlu. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. JMK On and alter Monday. June 37,18C4, i <rains will run <taUy, (Suudxy, txc [ i »J) until lurlber notioe, an follow,: Up Tiatni. L*j»ve Portland tor inland Pond. Montreal and 11 uvboo at 7.0j A. a xtid 1.Z5 p. w. nou n 'I i Hina. Loavelsiand Pond tor Portland, at t so * m and 9 15 r. m. 1'he Company are not responsible for tajtxiige to any amount oxet edin* «£<l In vulne, and mat per •onal. uule»e notice is tfiven, and paid lor at the rat, of one pa««:i)*er tor every MO) additioual value. C. J. BKV llGtvri, Manatrinc Director. II. BAILEY, Superintendent. Portland, June 115, 1864 dot6 PORTLAND AND KENNEBEC K.K. SPRING fc ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 25 1864 ‘—litiiiffiE iraiu* leave Skowhegan for i’ort auo and Boston. at 8 4.'> a M , Au gu«a, Ai.ik A.U and Bath 12 10 1*. M. Auom-ia for Portland and Ucctou at 5.3o A, m ; Bath A. Portland for Ba* h. Au« u*ta, WatervUie Kendall'* 1 Mill* and bkowhegar, at 1.10P.M. Portland tor Bath and Auguata 8 16 P. A!. l*aa«eagcr* fbr tationaon the Audroscoggin Rail road w ill cbai’ye car* a? Htun*w Ick. fk® l I** . lratu f oiu t'orliund connect* at Keudati * Mill* with .Maine Central Railroad ior Bangor, Ac . arriving name evening. bi*ye« leave Ur h tor Rockland at 9A.M. and 3 r m , Stage- leave Augu-ta for Beifast at i P. M. 1 Stage* leave Skowhegan at 6 10 P. M lor Ar.aon, So on, Ac. Through Tiokit* for all the * tat ion* on thi* and i the Audroecuggin Railroad, can be proeurred in Boeton at the Lartern or Bon*on aiul Maine fetation*. B. H.CUSHMAN,Superintendsl April IS. 1864 ap‘i3tf lork St Ciiiubt'iitiiiai UikIiorI. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. On and after MONDAY, April 1th., 1861. train* will leave a* follow*, until further notice : Saco River lor Portland at 5 45 — (Freight Train with PaaaeDger Car*) and 9.15 a. M-, and 3.S" P. M. Lea\e Portland for Saco River, 7.46 a. m. and 2 00 and 6,2" r. M. The 2.00 r. M. train out, uud i 46 a m. train into Portland,will be freight train* with pa«*euger care attached Mage* connect at *accarappa daily for South Windham, Windham Center and Great Fall*. At Gorham fer Went Gorham, H*i><h*h Steep Fall*. Baldwin. Sebago, Bridgton. Hirani, Liming ton, Cornish, Denmark, Brownfield. Lovel. Frye burg, Coil way. Bartlett, Albany, Jacknon and La ton, K. 11. At Buxton Center for West Buxton. Bounev Ea gle, South Liuriugtou, Limiugtou and lj in crick At baco River til-weekly, lor Houle, Limerick, Oaaipee, Newdeld, Par*onstieid, Ktt’ugnatn, Free dom. .Madi-oii, i atou, * rnieb. Porter, * c Fares 6-centa leaf when ticket* are purchased ir j the Office, than when paid in the Car*. DAN. CARPENTER, Supt. Portland Anri! 7. ]?< L dti MAINE CEKTHAL UAILHOAP. BUMMER ARKAN0EMi.N1. Trains leave Portland. Gran J Trunk t JBBSHHstation, :‘cr Lewiston and Auburn, at i a7m. For Bangor and intermrdmtc stations at 1.2* F.M. RET URN1NG—leave Lewiston at 6.10 a. m., and arrive in Portland at 6.80 a m. Leave* Bangor at T.80 a. M . and arrive in Portland at 2 15 r. m. Beth these trains connect nt Portland with trains lor Boston. Freight train leaves Portland at 8 a. m., and re turning i* due in Port land at 1 r. x. Stages connect with trains at principal •tations, daily tor most oi the town# North and East oi this line. C. M MORSE.Snp’t. Watervilla. November. ISM docU POKTLAN D, SACO A PORTSMOUTH R AII.ROAII. SUMMER ARRAXVRMRXT9. Commencing April 11th, 1864. rmmamgc Passenger Trains will leave the Bta* * Ion, Canal street, daily, (Sundays ex 0ewt6d;a# follows: , Leave Portland for Boston. at 8:46 a. m. and 8.0 j P. M. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.80 a.m. and 3.00 ! E.V. Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.00 A. x. and 6.80 r. m. These trains will take and leave passengers at way •tations. Freight trains leave Portland and Boston daily. FRANCIS CHASE, Superintend, ut Portland. Oct. 30.1663. oo31 edtf MAINE INSURANCE CO. Augusta, Maine. T11K Maine Insurance Company insure again*! loss or damage by Fire, Buildings, 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. U. WILLIAMS,Secretary. CDW4HD Nil AW-Agent, No. 102 Kiddle Street. | nellendlv ivrju KiVvrio.vtiV i Fire Insurance Company ! 0/ Xeio York, Offer 118 Broadway. CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000. TTM. E. WABHEN, President, HAMILTON BRI C E, Vie. President. GCOEtiF, \V. SAVAGE, .Secretary. IPortland Board rtf Prfrrmct*: Jobb It. Ubowb k Sob, Heksky FlbtohkH k Co. H. J. Libby k Co. Jobb Lynch k Co. Tbo unde-,(cued bavin* been appointed Ages r and Attorbev for tbla Compa y. is now prepared to Issue Policies on lntnrable Property at current rates. fj^Portland Offer, 166 Fore Street. JOHN TV. MI NGICIt. Agent. Junta, li'A —ati a«i-m —M _STEAMBOATS. j 'ortland and Penobscot River, 1 Summer Arrangement, 1SG1. IHKNfcVT, STAUNCH AND COMMODIOUS il'EAnKK LAD1 LANK, Built expressly lor thic route, CAP T. WILLIAM H. AOIX, f Will commence her Somme* Ar r ."My rat g» mem ou MOMiAV MORN IN G, Juue-6 h. Leaving Bangor ev rv Mo».Uay, Wedueruaj ana Friday Mornings, at f o’clock. Kcturning will leave P&ilrrad Wharf, foot ot tateatreet, Portland, ever> Monday, Wedne*dat e nd Friday Evenings, at 10 o'clock. connecting with ti lie Eastern. Boston ami Maine, aud Portland. Saco ml Portsmouth Kailroa< * from Boston and Way taiions. leaving Boston at ll o cloc*, P. M. n The Boat will touch at RocklaLd, Camden. Bel e lot Buck*!ort, Wiuterpori and Hampden, both ray*, la-.-erger* ticketed through to aud Irom 1 l< 8iod, Lowell, Lawri-nce, Salem aud Lynn. For more extended iiiiormatioo, apply to .1. O Leudricx, Bangor; the local Agents at the various a dings: the Depot Masters ot the P. 8. & p, Hastern, aud B. *■ M Railroads; Abie! Sonorby, ortlaud; Lang & Do ana Boston, or CHA-8. SPEAR, General Agent. 1 Vlontreal OceanSteamship Go. _ One of the following flr*«t-cJa<-s steamers of this Line via:—Peruvian, _*TlIYY * 11 .hernia. North American. Jura, Bel mBmmBMb -dan No\a Srotian, Moravian, Da oa»cuo. wi , nail irom Quebec, nvkbY Saturday I iIormno. for Liverpool a ia i.oud accrry. Also the steamers ST. David St. Gkoboic, St Lbdkkw. St. PaTkd k, tri mouth.y lrotn Quebec j or Glasgow. Prepaid and return tickets issued at educed rates. For passage apply to 11. at A. ALL- j IN. Montreal, or to .1 L. FAR ttEK, nay Bid tf No. 10 Exchange street Portland. International Steamship Company. has!port. Calais A St. John, j two tbipTpgb week. Ou and after Monday, March 28, the superior * cargo uig steamer NEW ilRL’NSWIL'K, Cast. E. B. , Winchester, will leave Railroad Whari. loos ol State Street, every Monday at 6 j’clock P. M .and the Steamer NEW ENGLAND, rapt. E. Field, every Thursday at 5 o’clock F. M.. far fcxstport ai d St. John, N. B , connecting at Easfpon with steamer Queeu, for Robinson,st. Au Irews aud Calais, and w*th Stage coaches for Ma shia*. and at ot. John with steamers for Freder icton and with *tearner Hg oor lor Digby, Wind- j lor and Halifax, and with the E. X N. A. Railroad for Shediac and all way -laticts. Returning, will .cave St John every Monday and Thursday a. 8 o’clock A. M., for Eastport, Portland sod Boston. I'h tough tickets procured of the Agents and Clerk on board Steamer*. Freight received till 4 o'clock P. M., Mondays and Thursday* may tidt f C. C.F,A TON, A gent. Portland and Ronton Line. THE STEAMERS Forest City, Lewiston aud Montreal Will, until further notice, run as follow* : Leave Atlantic Wliart, Portland, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, at 7o'clock P. ki., and India Wharf, Boston, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, ut 7 o'clock P. M. Farein Cabin. ..Pl.kO *• on Deck. 1.26 The Company are not responsible for baggage to any anoint -acceding 860 in \ aluc, and that person* a), unless notice is given and paid tor at the rate ol one passenger for every 660U additional value. Keb.18.lM3 4 U L. BILLINGS, Agent. Portland and Rfw Vork fitcanim SEMI-WEEKLY LINE. rn r ^ The raleniid and tut 8t*am.hip« ■f "LOCUSI POINT," Capt.. Willwtt, J** D{i "POTOMAC," Ciplaii) Snap. tCiIEUMflOM woou, wilt,until further cottoc, ran ua follow,: Leave Brown VTfirf, Portland,every WEDNES DAY, and SATURDAY, att T. 11 , tud leave Pier • North Biver. New York, everv WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at So'clock, PM. The,e vr-.ri. are fitted up with fin. ■ accommodation, for puMeneer,. mmkia* thutheuip*t«peedy. «aft uod oomfortable route for traveller, between New York and Maine. PaMaga *7,00, litoludin* Part, and State Room,. . Goods forwarded ty this lino to and from Montreal, Quebec, Basfor, Bath, Anyuta, Eutport and St. John. Shipper, are requested to send their freight to tke steumir, uearly a, S P. M., on tho day that thep lost e Portland. For trnlsrht or puroxe apply to EMERY fc Kfil. Browne Wharf. Portland. H B. CROMWELL A CO., No SS WeetStroet, Hew York. Deo 6. ISO*. dtf FOR SALE & TO LET. House and House* Lot# ForSnle, Located in Westbrook, about live - k, uiliiiro w«;k lroui the Horn fan* ha at Wood lor dr- comer. •A . Abo. i’c plea-andy located two 1 — _ -*torv Dwelling Homo aud Lot, re* , ctijtly occupied by Mr. J f. Ketnxck. 1 Ik- lot eon* i tain- al»out two acre*. and is ou** o! the finest loca tion* lor a genteel tesideuce to be found iu the sub- 1 j ’trbs of t'ortiand. being le.-s tbati two mile* trom toe ! Portland Tost t »Hice, and commands a tine view of the city. K«»* further particulars call on themnder signed at 218 Fore street, corner Unicii 8tr*et. 1 Jyl4dif IU KU8 DUNHAM. Duelling; Hoiiwt* lor Salt*. A two ston* house on Congress St. i nearly oppodte the ca-’elJated Villa of 8. L. JdeAlarltuu, iwq , aud on the iiuo of the Horse uailruad TlIs home c- utain* fourtten finished and is well cdtptea to accommodate two families, with sep-raie • ut buildings, stable, Ac . sud a will of a er iu the >ard. A large part ol the purchase money can lay on mortgage if cU*Jr»d Thu* property will te wtl red at Auction on the first of Aujiunt, it uot pc Id bt*fore. ALLEN HAINES t ortland, July 21, 1864. Valuable Fat in for Kale at a Kurgaln. IN West Scarborough, ou the Buxtou road eight miles from t'or.lai.d. ai d six niiesfrtm Saro, co’ta uiug 1S5 acres of w hich f/l acres are iwo^diand, with a two *-ory house, barn. ax,u wood shed. Will be sold low eifh r tor cash or on mortgage, or iu ex change for r«*al estate in Pot timed. Ap^lyto DAKIl > tt INGRAHAM, 101 Mi idle St , Fort uml. Jnly 16th, l»o4. julylOediw House and Laud for bale ala ISar yalu. fltRE lj story brick House No d Portland street. A The lot ii* 63 feet on i’oitland -triei, ruuuing back to Ox fold street. Said lie un k h tuated iu ihe ceuter ot the city, on tbe direct line of the Horse Kaxlroad. t'ri t->1 Too,(.»•. ot w Lie -, can it main ou a moitgage. l or further particular* in* quire of \V M. ALLtN Jr , j) 18oodlf 13 aud 16 Exchange Street. Valuable Heal E*fate for Knle. have for «ale a very desirable Home, ceti “ traily and pUa-auily located, finished and furni-hed trom garret to cellar; every ihxug in aod about tin- hour-e xu perfect ord* r; will be -old with the Furniture, which >» .u good taste auti iu lice ox* dor Immediatepussc^kiongiven, ihe lxuu-e aud furniture cau be examined at anytime, and iutor* minion give by cahing on HKNKl BAJLEl fc Co., Anvtioueers. maylWif on Free street for $ttle. fllUF. valuable real citato on Free street, known A a» the “Furbish property " i be lot i* about IW ftet on Tree street vud extend* back about 174 net. Said estate- will be sold as a whole, or the easterly halt of the dwelling hou-c. with lot about 40by 17& feet, will be »nld by itself Application may be made to Janie- Knrbi-h, Em]., ou tue premise*. or to GEO. E B. JlCkaON, juiyldtf 60 Exchange street. For Suit'. A SQUARE block of laud, of about 73000 acres ot wood land, on the south side of the river 8t Lawrsuce, in Canada East It ielnterceeded by two considerable rhQrs w nix eligible Mul tit.-. Well wooded with every description ot timber, such as pine aud spruce in large quantities and maple, 4>ercb beech, taiuarac ana bx-- wo «1trauy amount. Enquire of H.T. MACH IN. “ortland. Portland. Feb. 1864. feb&eodtf r .-x&sE&.a (juifji' COTTAGE, containing ovor iU t r oom sparge *tabk- ami shod*—situated two and one-half mil*.* from IVrMami, aud tne finest situation in Capo Elirabeth ior a wa >_I tcrinf p!ac«. aud suniim-r boarders. Kor particular.'enquire of GKO. OWEN, apidtf 101 Congress Street, Portland. For Mule, THE \aluabic estate ou the westerly corner of High ami Spring strev t", tor mauv years owned, aud occupied by tb© late George Bario1. J. & L. M UtND.123 Middle St. Ju!y&,19<>4. julytldltu For Mailt*. VI WO story Home and Lot situated on Port land fttre.t, with Stable aud other out buildings. Aiso two adjoining lots containing abou* eight thousand square feet. Enquire of JS. STEVENS, No. 47 Portlaud .street. Juneddtf House For Sale. A TWO story wooden house. No. 18 Adams street, A. 11 finished rooms, convenient tor two families, pleuty of good water. For particulars inquire ol B. J. WILLARD. Portlaud, May 14,1804. inayl4eodtf To Let. IflOl’R Orticf.. .in^lhor Is aulte*. over Slor.; No,. l&'i and 154 Exchange Sticor, oppuaite (be Jutcr* iicu.c Applv o t the prt'ini-e* to Jj4dtf A. I.. BROWN. To Lot. STORK noyv occupied by ua. Poawaalun clvrn immediately. ▲J.o, a Erout Office iu liauaon Block. JanSdtl H. J. L1B11ET k CO. To Let. ONE STORE in Haifa Block. Apply to U T. MACUIN ap23 dir To Let. CHAMBERS over .lore* 110 and 112 Federal St. Apply to J. COoLlDHB fc Co , •'ll Comtocrcisl *tre«t. 1 Portland, July 10 —dts a MEDICAL. Ilixir! i.lnir ; | DR. WRIGHT’S j l REJUVENATING ELIXIR! 1 OK, ESSENCEOF LIFE. SROM Pl'RK \ XGITAHLK EXIKACTB CONTAIN (XQ WOTHINO INJURIOUS TO TH* MOST DKLK.ATK. | HUE Rejuvenating Elixir is the result of modern ; *■ discoveries in the vegetable kingdom, being an • itirely new and abstract method of cure, irrespec- J j| ve of ail the old aud worn-out system.*. This medicine has been tested by the most eml r*nt medical men of the day, and by them pronounc- i ( 1 *o bo one ol the greate*t medical discoveries ot | * ic*ago. One bottle will cure General Debility. r A few doses cure Hysterics in females. One bottle cures Palpitation of the Heart. , A few doses restore the organs of generation. From oue to throe bottles restores the manliuts nd full vigor of youth. ! A few doses restore the appetite. Three bottles cure the worst case of Impotency. A few doses cure the low-spirited. f One bottle restores mental power. A few doses bring the rose to the cheek. This medicine restores to manly vigor and robu ■ ealt lithe poor, debilitated, worn-down, aud de lairing devotee of sensual pleasure. The listless, enervated youth, the overtasked men j >f business, the victim of nervous depression, the tdividual suffering from geueral debility, or from reaknessof a tinge organ, will all find immediate ’ nd permanent relief by the use of this Elixir or Ee- j ence of Life. i - Price £2 per bottle, or three bottles for to, and orwardedby Express, on receipt of money, to any d dress. Bold by all Druggists everywhere. DR. W R. MEHWLN ft Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS, No. 69 I*iberty-«>t., New York. I i 1 CHEUOKEK PILLS! HUG AH COATED. FEMALE REGULATOR. FI KAI.TII PRESERVER, CERTAIN AND SAFE. For tin- remora) of Obstruction., and the Inaurano of Regularity in toe Recurrence of the Monthly i'eriod*. They rare or obvistethose numerous diseases tha spring from irregularity, by removing the rregular ity They cure Suppressed, Excessive and Painful Men struation. They cure Green Sicknets (Chlorosis). They cure Nervous aud Spiual Affections, pains iu the ba?k and lower parts of the body, Heavinfos, Fatigue on slight exertion. Palpitation ol the Heart Lowness of Spirits, Hysteria, Sick Headache, Gid diness, etc., etc. In a word, by removing tfce Irreg ularity, they remove the cause, and with it ALL the effects that spring from it. Composed of simple vegetable extracts, they con tain nothing deleterious to any constitution, how ever delicate—their function being to substitute strength for weakness, which, when properly used, they never fail to do. All tetters seeking information or advice will be promptly, freely aud discreetly answered. Full directions accompauy each box. Price #1 per box, or six boxes for So. Sent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of price. Bold by all respectable Druggists. Dr. W. R. M ERWIN it CO BOL E PROPRIETORS, No. 69 Liberty-st.. New York . febftr.od Atowlv Female STRENGTHENING CORDIAL. This Medicine is of long tried c-ihcacy for correct ing all disorders incidental to the feminine sex. That the afflicted may feel emu red that this Cordial is truly valuable aud'worthy their confidence, - not one ot those seer t compound" purposed to destroy healthy action. I add a tew u*"tiraoiiiai* from phys ician* wnom all, favoring the Electric and Keionned Practice o< Mtdiciue, respect. D1C. WILLARD C. GEORGE,formerly Professor in the Worcester Medical College, and President of the Electric Medical Society, Muss., rpeaks ol it in the following terms: “ I have used the Female Siren keniny Cordial similar to that preparation b} DK. GEO- W SWEPT, ltiti ttauover Street, and 1 regard it as one of the bed Medicines for Female complaints that can i • found. DK. J. KING, Author of “Woman: Her Dis eases and their Treatment.“ says: “This Medicine appears to exert a specific influ ence on the Uterus. It is a valuable agent in ali de rangements of the Female Reproductive Organs." DR. SMITH, rr- sident of the New York Asso ciation of Botanic Physicians, says: “ No Female, if in uelicate health, shoud omit the timely use of this valuable Cordial. 1 owe much ot ray success iu midwifery to the use of this Medi cine." MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES . The following from Dr. FAY b worthy your no tice: “ A* a general remedy for Female Complaints this * Cordial' is a very valuable one, but by the Profes sion it in esteemed more highly for i»’s good result during Confinement in relieving the great suffering attendant upon childbirth. I acknon lodge with Dr. Smith that much of my success in midwifery b due to the asc o! 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 coufin* ment, a* by the euenry it imparts to the uterine nervous system the labor will be very much facilitated, and removes the scraps which many females are liable to. No woman. if she knew the great value of this Strength ening cordial would tail to use it." 1 have received numerous testimonials from diff erent parts of the country where used. Knowing the good it is capable of doing. I w It w arrwnt over/ bottle ot my ** c ordial" to bo •atblactorv in iu re sults. The following symptoms indicate those affections iu which the remut Sirenytktuiny Corcial has proved invaluable: Indisposition to Exertion, Wakefulness, Uneasi ness, Depression of Bpints, ireuibling, Loss of Power, Pain in the Back. Alternate Chill*, and Flushing of Heart, Dragging sensation at the Lower Part of the hotly. Headache. Languor Ach ing Along the thighs, In toll rvuce of Light and bound. Pale Countenance. Derangement ot -he Stomach aud Bowels, Difficult Breathing, Hysteria. Ac.. Ac. It is a specific remedy in all Uterine Disease*. Chlorosis ot Green sickness. Irregularity, Painful ue*». Profose or Suppression of Customary Dis charge*. Leueorrhxa or Whites, Scinhus or Ulcer ate Slate ot tne Uterus, Sterility, Ac No better Tonic can posMbly be put up than this, ami none less likely to do harm, and it is co*nii«*rd wholl) ot vegetable a^ent*, and such a* we have known to be valuable, and have used for mauy year**. PRICE, One Dollar Per Bottle, or six bottles for *5. Should votir druggist not have it, send directly to us, aud w in n six bottles or mure are ordered wc will pay all expense**, aud have it securely packed from observation. Be sure and get that prepared at the New Euglaud Botanic Depot, loti Har.over St. Bo-ton. GEO. W. SWRTT, M D., Proprietor. II. II. HAY, Agent, Portland. mch3eod6m STATEMENT OF THE flm Insurance Company, OF IIAHTFOKO, CONN., Da the 1st (laj- of November. ▲. D. 1363, aa required by the Law* of the Slate of Maine. The Capital Stock is...*1.500.000 and ieitk the surplus is invested as/ollotrs: Real estate, unineumbered, *37.963 18 , Cash in hand, on deposit. and In agents' hands. 316.961 > 56 United States Stocks, 612.3*7 50 State and City Stocks, and Town Bonds, 60*.450 00 Bank and Trnst Cornpauy Stocks, l,i»47,270 o0 Mortgage Bond*. 331.9»>0 00 Atlantio Mutual Ins. Co's scrip, 1S63-S, 15,886 50 Total Assets, V3.026.S79 71 Amount of Liabilitum for Losses not due or adjusted, *175.411 8l Amount at rit>k, estimated, 116,516,479 (3 TUOS. A ALKAANDKR, Frt*idenf. Lucius J. Uardke. Solitary. I Hartford, Xov. 7, 1363. J. C. CHURCHILL, Agent, No, 4 Iron Block, Portland Pier. deeft dtf Dirigo Insurance Company or tub city or ponruxn Office No. M Exchange Mreci. Capital 9000,000 rilllls Company f, now prepared to imtio poiiciea X on all kind, of property in.-urabl* again-t lire, at cut rent rates A. K SHUKTLKF. President JKKLM1AH DOW, Secretary. Diasctoss. J. B. Browu, S. K. Spring. I>. W. Clark, J. B. Carroll, Jotin Lynch, 11.1. Robinson •» 1KfHIKES St John Smith. IT. M. Payson. C. II. Haskell, Andrew Spring, N. U. Cram, Philip U Brow n. II.N. Jo«»e, Jere. Dow, U. W oodman, H J . Libbv, H. 1. Kubiu.on, J. N. Winslow. 8. C. Chane. Alv.h Con.ut, Wm. Moulton. Portland. M.v 4. ISA*. mavbdtl Notice. r11111$ day I five to mr tiro ton.. E. J. and Cba.1. X Uan.rjil. tueir time, to aet and trad lor them .elree; I .ball not claim their w»r« or par their debts. T C. KANDaLL, Kea-r Falil, Me. Wltne,», Mary Fillibury, Mary 8. PtUebury June 27,18(4. juurib MEDICAL._ .von’s Periodical Drops [ THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. £ .von's Periodical Drops! th A BA BATTETl THAN ALL tCL 00 •ill*, rowflentA,- Quark Preparation*. 0t -yon’s Periodical Drops! -A SI te lure to do Qoodand cannot do E&rm. sp a YON’S PERIODICAL DROPS!! " ti The (ii wii Fenisile Hcmcdy tfc di YON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! £ ABB BKTTKBTBAM ALL 1 ILLS,POWDERS f QUACK PREPARA P/OSS ^ 1 .YON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! I ARE SURE TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT £ DO HARM o P Lyon’s Periodical Drops HE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops 1 RK HRTTEP. TH AS ALL PILLS, POWDERX 1 AAD QUACK ilROICISRS. * ■ Lyon’s Periodical Drops , tre Sure to do Good anil oiumot I do Harm. t « aYON’S periodical drops « The tirral Female Itemeity. jYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS ARB BKTTBB THAI ALL Pill*, Powders and Quack Preparation*. LYON S PERIODICAL DROPS tL RK TO DO OOOD AND CANNOT Do I1AKM 1 ( Lynn’s Periodical Drops PHK OHEAT FEMALE BIHIDI Lyon's Periodical Drops Are better than all Fills, Powders, And Quack Preparations. Lyon’s Periodical Drops, Surs to do Good and cannot do Harm. Price, fi per Oottle. For sale bj ail Druggist*. At wholesale by W. F Phillip*. H. II. Hay A Co.. Portland. auk'33 oodly CAT A HR II ! NOISES IN THE HEAD I ! CURED 1»Y INHALING .A. Harmless Fluid, OF ACRKEABU: ODOR. NO VIOLENT SYRINGING, Of the llenit. THE HKXBK OF TASTE AND HE ELL RESTORED DK. K. GOOD1I.E S CATARRH REMEDY. Dr. Good ale ha* combatted Catarrh until be lie* for .rlit it down. It ha* been a long war, but his tri umph is complete. Throu *k all cowing time his Ca tarrh Remedy will He known a* the only one anti dote for a disease which superficial Hts have declar ed incurable. Cat a* r It doctors, so called, spring up like um«broon* on all side*. 1 be object of these pockrt practitioners is mouey. The) use dangerous instrument*. Tlwir violent in an I»ulations irritate the already inflamed membrane. They never cure. Dr. ticodsle's treatment is tutdicinai. not mechani cal. lie does not believe ia the force-pump system, which 1* working *o much mischief. His remedy passes through the absorbents, to the seat of the dis ease, and obliterate* it. It docs not relieve merely for a day, but for all time Lastly, it costs a dollar a bottle—no more. />r. D'ulyt c.f Auburn X Y. After having witnessed the effect* of this Remedy >u Catarrh, thus speaks of it:— It is tiuly and on eruditionslly a Ueicultau .specific tor the « hole dis ease. Such an article ought uot to be “hid ender a bushel." au«l am man who cm* invent so truly an efficient and jkwi hearetuedy for tueh a loathv me disease, ought to be con-ioc-ted one t f the bene ac tors of his race, nud hi* name aud the effects oi his -kill penwdnau-d. Y our* vespewtftaU . D. L DODGE. A. M I*Hhjr MUe$, the vrll-knotnt IVarW/rr, And whose family Dr Gooda’* was for manv year*. *ave—“it i»r Gccdale r*aya be cun rare Cats nil. he ran euro it." Ac. Price si. bond a Maiun for a pamphlet Dr. R UOODALK’3 Office and D«p t , 75, bleeker street, one door west ot Broadway, New Y oak. II. U. Uav Agent for Portland June 2*1, lNvi. Juui2u;y TAKK Ac W O.ASO.VS Patent Metallic or Copper Paint, FOB VKSSi: LS’ BOTTOM)*. To Ownera and J!a»lm of V«mwK This superior article is offered w ith the fullest con fidence. W hen appUtd to WOODEN BOTTOM VE08FL8 1* will be found a perfect «ub*fitnt- for Copper Sheathing and a COMPLETE PKKSMiVAlIYE frfm WOKM8, BAKNAt'LKS, OKA>8. Ac. Ves sels trading to the West India and Southern Forts will find it particularly for their interest to use tue TATtM' Matallk or to*ran Faixc. The proprietor* u ill in everpi ca*e guarantee, not only tha* their Copper Faint ta sat erier to any uow in u-e. tor also to an;, that ha* be*a hen f red to the public. Printed direction* for ttseacermpaiiY each can. For - ale, wholesale aud retail, by the Manufac turers* Agents, LYMAN & MARRE1T. Sliip Ctmndlors, No. 11.1 Commercial Street. mp80 2t»w3m )t)BTLAXD. Tilt: BOSTON littl' BRICK And day Retort Manjifactunug Co., Works. fc>4 federal street. Office aud Wart house 13 Liberty Square aud 7 Battery march bt. manufacture Fire Brick, ail shapes aud si/ee, tor furnaces repaired to •tana the moat intense heat also Furnace Blocks and Slabs, Locomotive Fire Blocks, Bakers* Oven and Greeu-houae Tiles. Clay R *tort> and ncce Mary Tiles to sot them, Fire Cement, t ire Clay and Kaoliu The undersigned will give their special attention thnt ah orders ior the above manufacture are execu ted with promptness. JAMES K MOND A CO. biLit»« Ao»xts. 13 Liberty 8t|oare, Boston. tachll eodflm The Cabinet Organs HADE EXCLUSIVELY BY MASON Sc HAMLIN Arc the best instruments of their class in theworld. Nearly all the most prominen artists in the country have giveu wj-itten testimo ny to this effect. aud these instruments are iu constant in the coucvrts ol the most dMinguished artists—as (iotUchalk au*l others—as well as iu the n« iu the priuc pal cit ies whenever such Ins’rnmcuta are rtxjured. Price #:5 to arUO each. These iust'-uim u?» may be fou*»d at the Music Booms of the subscriber, where they will be sold at the manufacturers’ prices. H. S. EDWARDS, No.S4Jj Stewart’s Block, Congress St. __ aprlSdtt . Evertfrwu Cemetery, THF. Superintendent of Bvernpca Cemetery will be at his office, in New Cttyvai ding, entrance ou Mvrtle Street, from UT-o’clock \L to 3 o'clock |». M., every day, except Sundaia, to mteudto auy calls in connection with said Cemetery. Orders may be left at the office at any time, tp'ttdtoaacl H. C.BABB, Superintendent. MEDICAL. SfOHE TEST1M0NIAIN ! < i 'r-;i IRS. MANCHESTER If constantly receiving unsclkitei testimonials cl t astonishing cures performed by her. Among my recently received are the following, which art amended to tl*e notice of the afCietcd. Mrs. Man ester g ay bo consulted at No. i I Clapp’* Block9Room No*6» i CASE OF SPINAL 1)1. F iSK CUP. ED rhD is to oertity that 1 went to cco Mrs. Marches, r last March with a daughter of mine troubled with Inal disease, for which she had been (Sectored for • years, and by a number oi physicians of ads; and she hat: had twenty-one applications rotricity applied, but all to no effect; bat she con tually grew worse. 1 came to tho conclusion, • last resort, to go and see Mrs. Manchester, and d so; and to my great surprise she told me the first ise ol the diseas*, and how she had been ft :c time time, which encouraged mo to try her raedieires. lid so. and now my u&ngliier is able to be around e house all ot the time. She also rides ten or St un miles without any trouble or inconvcLicnoe and hink in a short time she drill be reetored to perfect >alth. Since my daughter has boon doctoring, 1 ive heard of a great many cases tba^Mrs. Unseats r has cured. 1 think it any person deserves pal mage, it is the one who tries to preserve- the k«*li& f the tick and suffering; and I know that etx u-e* -ery effort which lice in her power to benefit hes ttiente. danan L. Khioht*. * Gao rob KvioBTe, A set Jfi. Kurort tb, iJstSA Ku.umtu. Brunswick, Means, August Bh. XE OF THE OREATE8TCURES on PFt Oh Mas. Mabchustbb— Dear Madam — Thinking ate sent cf my case may be of service to o'htfi miiarly afflicted, I hasten to give it to yoa. This is briefly my ease—I was taken sick about la onlhs ago with the Liver Complaint in a very tad »rm. 1 applied to fomr different yhysioians, hut re lived no benefit until I called on you. At that time had given up business, and was in a very bad state, at after taking your medicine for a short time I be an tc recover, and in two mcntUe I was entirely roll, and had gained several poinds of flesh, and an truly say that by your skill I am a parleeliy heal* ay mac. Jorzra Davis. Boston I Mains Drpot, Portland, Ms. I REMARKABLE CURE OF A CASE OF DEO ST CURED BY MRS. MANCHESTER. This is to certify that I bar© been cared of t*.« )ropey of fifteen years standing by .Wry. Maurte*. rr. I have been to physicians In Boston. New York nd Philadelphia. They all told me that they eoul 1 lo nothing for am, uni© s they tapped me, and as ured me that by Upping 1 could live bat a short ime. I had made up my mind to go home and live a long as I could with the disease, and then die. Ow ay nay home I stayed over night in Portland with \ friend of mine, and told them what my mind was a regard to my disease. They Anally persuaded SF e go ltd see Mrs M.ncNos'er. She ..amlaed me >nd told me my oaee riJWlly. I me so much eetonished to think that she toid me lorrectly, that I told her that I would taka her audi :!aes, Bi t having the least fkilh that they woi’d no any good, or that I should get tbe slightest reliel rom any coarse whatever; dually I took the wedt line and went home. la one week from the tin a k tommenoed taking the medicine. 1 had over l? re* laliens of water pass me in seven hours; and my fsl> aw sadhrers may he aaeomi that it was a groat taiiei tome. I had not been able to tiedown in bed at eight before this for two y oars, flow i eta lie do** . aith perfect ease. I have taken her modiciat £ sight months, and am as welt as any man conlf v h to be. and no signs of dropsy. I wce.'l tdvUi .1 that an tick to go and consult Mrt. i/ane\ttii ttenlfthey have been given ap by other |. ■ioians. I have tent bar annmt or of eiiae of a. I gises so:1 and the has eared them else, tio and for yonraelvee. I had ac ihlth, hat now my fail,, cannot boshakedia her skill In telling aid caring d sense. CsAatneS Hanson. Baiii B. Htuea. Msav A. Uisria. ganger, if nine. April id. Orncr Uooaa— From 8 A v. till ( Y. M. narl? Isfcnsu' edly UR. J. B. HlUHEh CAW *W icn» AT •!• FRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, ' So. 5 Tt‘»u|>2e WilLRE he cad be cr.usuJftfd privately, ana with the utmost confidence Ly the Afflicted, fit *11 hoar* daily, from 8 a. m. to V p. 21. fc»r. U. addr***ea thowaho are -uffbring under the a.!!lotf .n of privatA disease, whether arming from impart connection or tbe terrible vice of seli-abose. Devoting hie entire time to that particular branch of the medical profession, be lev Is warrant*-* iu guar ASTWI2U a Orw is all whether Ofiou standing or recently contracted, entirely reiaovin the hirers of disease trom the iydeia, and :u iking perfect and PERMANENT CURE. Ue would call tho attention 01 tbe afflicted to * * fact of hi* ion* <tardin* and well earned reputatJuu furnishingsufficient assurance of hi* skill and «a«* •os#. CAUTION TO TIIK PUBLIC. livery inte-l.tgent and thinking person mutt know that remedies handed out ftom general esc ehduitf have their t Uicacy established by well toed exva ric-uee iu the bauds of a regularly educated phy*J. o»an, who*e preparatory study fits hin. tor all tlie duties he must fulfill; yet tho country is dot did with poor noatrum* and eure-al!«. purporting to be tbe beet iu tho world, which ire not only useless, but al waya injurious. The uu for tun ate should be r artic ular in selecting hi- physician, as it is a lacx-ntaalw y,:t sueout rvver table tact that in .my syphilitic ap tieut* arc made miserable with ruined const:tutiona by maltreatment from inexperienced phyaioUns in rcneral practice; for It is a point g*n«rxlly conceded y the best syvhilcgrap her*. that tho ‘tody and man* a'em. ut of those complaint* should engross tho whoic time of tbosi who would bo competent and •uooessftl in their treatment and care. The fcax p. ricneed general practxtiorn r, having Reitbefi op portunity n r time to make him** ;i xcqbAinUd with tueir pathology. commonly pu;r*es oue system of treatment, in mo*t oases making an indiacnuir.ato u-t of that antiquated and dangerous weapon, Mer cury. HAVE CON F II LX C A. AH who have commi‘t- d an excess of any x»mf.. whstner it ho the solitary vice of youth, or the stag ing rebuke of laisplaced contidvcce iu maturer ▼?*», SEEK EOR AN A NT IDO TE IN SEASON. < The Pains and Aches, and Latitude and Nervous Prcstmticn that may follow Impure 0:.ici»,arc the Barometer to the whole system. Do not wait for tho consummation that is *ure to fol low, do not wait for Unsightly Horn, for Disabled Limbs, for Lot* of Beauty and Complexion. DOW MAN 1 THOUSANDS CAN TESTIFY TO THIS Dr UNHAPPY EXPERIENCE. X1 nog Men troubled with erai^sioi • in a complaint general!}' the result of a bail habit in y'ou'.lt, treated scientifically, and a perfect cure war* ranged or ro charge made. Hai Ity a day passes but we are consulted by ou* or more young nsu with t tie above dtae«<e. soma of wh im are as weak and emaciated ai though they had the couaaiuption md by thvir friends tupp* sod to have it. All such c wee yield to the p re par %rd cnlv correct course of treatment. ~t d In a short tame are rvade to rejcioe in perfect health. Kll'Vtd 4IIBV There are many men at toe a* *. troubled with too frequent evacuation* from the f ’adder, often accompanied by a slight raaartin ; 01 burning eeneati in, and weakening thu Byatom in a uianner the patient cannot recount lor. On exam ining nrirary dep* sits a toot sedimert vriil of*iu bo found, and sometime* smail particle uj *-ra<n or albumen will appear, or the color will bo of a thin milklxh hue, again changing to a dark and turbil appearance. There arc many men who die of thi* dilhculty, ignorant of the cave, which U the sniowb STAQW OF SKMIYAL WMAXYK&S. 1 ean warrant a perfect cure la such eve*, and a 1 full and healthy rvetoratiou of the urinary organa. fcraoue who cannot per*unally consult the l>y.# cun do so by writing iu a plain manner a deac-iptiea of their disease, and the appropriate remedies will ' be forwarded immediately. All correspondence strictly confidential and will be returned if dvired. Address. DK. J B. HL8HK8. No. 6 Temple St., [corner of Middle] Portland, HT“B*nd 8tamp for circular. Kcltcilf nrdic«i Uflniurf. TO THE LADIES. DR. HUGHES particularlyinvite,all Ladle,who ■rad ■ mtilical a tvi«r, to eait at hi, room. No I i>mrh> Slrrat. which they will Ii4 arranged foi th*ir cepaoial acvonunodaUnn. Dr. If.’, Eclectic Hemovuting Medicine,are uariyal *ed iu Mtcaoy and .eperior virtue in roguladna ail I'tmaii Irrcgnlaritk. Ytnk action i» .peeitio and certain of producing relief in a abort timo. ~A1>1LS will and it invnlnabi* in nil cam of ob. emotion, after all other r. medic hare boon tried la l<l»P«T^y vegetable, oontainln* nothin* la tboleatltujvione to tno health, and may K-taka! with pertecl safety at all lime. 7 * Sent to any pari at tha.onatry with fall direction, by addmwin* f>R HUGHES, No. i Temple 8 treat corner of Middle Portland. ■ I APIESdiOringmay oon.alt oaa at their own ran. A lady of etcD-rienoe In eorxt.nt attend *n‘w< helStvty JAMES EDMOND 8c CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 13 LIBERTY SQUARE, .. BOSTON r“~- col T pig ino]\, Alio. Bd«, SHEET, t BOILER PLATE IROX. of Eujllah and 8«oteh Manufacture. nS£5“B* *° r**®1'*- la addition to on, American Brisk, a regular supply of ENUUSH, SCOTCH, 4 WELCH FIRI BRICE inch 11 vodoiu A

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