Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, July 30, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated July 30, 1864 Page 4
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MISCELLANEOUS. JT>R0P03ALS FOR MATERIALS FOR TUB NAVY. Navy Departmknm. Bia*au or Equipum am© Keosctmo, July 18th, 1804. 8EALLD PROPOSALS to furnish material/ for tbe i « Wfjfcf the year ending 3>th June, 1804, will be rv • Ww at the Lurmu of Equipment au«l Recruiting, ! I utiiAhc thirteen tit day of August next, at ten o'clock ' »i. U , wUeu the bids will be opened, without regard to ! I ay aocileutal detent on of mails or other mums. The uutetiils and article/ embraced in the claws • fostued are particularly described iu the printed schvi- j %;!# any of which will be furukhed to #uch »/ deeiiv 10 o3*r, o i apptxatiou to the commandant/ of the re •p ctive yard/, or to the navy agent nearest thereto, wud thOfe of all the yards upon application to the llu- j Teau. tbit divid >u into classes being for the couve- | nkuce of dealers on each. such portious only will be furnished as are actually required for bid/. Th* coni luaud.-uit and n»vy ageut of each station will, in addi tion to the sc tiedu e of cla»/c# at their ow n y ards, have a copy of tue schedule* ot tho other yard/ for examine livu ouly. from waie& It may be judged whether it will W desirable to make application t<*r ai» of the classc.- i of t.io/e yards. Uifars must be made for the whole of the class at any yard upon ooe of the printed schedule*, or in strict con formity there'!tb. or they will not be con/idcred Iu computing tb. ciaeae*, the price rtaUtd iu the column of prioee will be the standard and the aggregate of the •ia/s wiil bo ca rie 1 out according to the prices »tatrd It is requested of billers to avoid erasure* .tod substi tution of figures, and to see that the amount# are cor tscUy carried out. Toe coatMct* will betwrrdel to the lowest bona fide Wd>r wo »gtves proper security for iu fulfilment. The burc'u reserves ta# right to reject ad the bid* fbranv cUa-j if deemed eXorbtU i'. All /rticlea must bv of the very best quality, to be de lirervt in toe n»vy yard/ in good order, and In suitable » *d package/, properly marked w ith tbe name of the 0-Mnraet. r. s« tne cum may be st the expense aui iWt of toe co jtr.seto •, and in all respects subject to the iuspoctio i m. ai>ur*m*u t, count, w. igbt, a«-., of the ya* i w-iere rece.ved and to the sutire Mri-f*cti..u of the wmmindant taereof. llui kn aro ref rre I to the commandant of the respec tive yards for samples, instruction* or particular d/acrip. iiou of toe article*, and all other thing# Mug equal, pixf.re.itw will be given to article# of American mauuf.c Every offt, a* required bv law of 10th August. 1846, Bins M acco npinica bra written guaranty the form of vruich is lerriuafter give and a so by a certificate eigued Vy tie collator of later »al revenue for th/district in waka H4 re*lJ-w* m«t he has a license to deal iu tb« *rti tie* w.jicn uo propc-cs to furnish; or by auaffidavit sign al bv hluiseif and • *ora to before some magistrate au tamWai to aduiiobteT such oatn, that he k a manuftc turer of. or regular dealer in, the articles h« offers to sup ply and oaa a license a* such manufteturer or detier. raosec ily wjo*e offer? may be accvp’ed will be noti v-*. uuu i.iv icim.Ki '»!»• w us »wu i.iere After ms practicable which t« «jr will be required to exe eu:« wit hi i te i d **«» eOcr Its receipt at the post office or ms •y agency named by them Toe «*o iir.«ct p4U bear <U»e the day the notification Is giff'i aid dell verb* can Ur demaa led. sureties in tae fUH amount wilt be required to sign the •oatraet a d their resp nunbiiiry certified t-.by a lulled •tfc.ea district Ja Jge. L .ited Mates district attorney, col lector, or ua▼/ agent. A* ad itional securit/. twenty tier centum will W withheld from the amount of the bills •util tj« contract shall have been com pie ed; aud eighty per con mm of each bill, approved in triplicate by the wommandta-sof the respective yards, will be paid by the Bar, age it at the point- of delivery —nule-s requested by the oo.itractor to be paid at another navy agency—within ten days a trr wirrants shall hate been passed by tho •ecr.'tAry of the Trea dry. It igstlpulatid in the contract that If default bemad** by 11* p*. ties ot tne first part iu d divering all or auy of of toe auk e» mviitioned in any class bid tar In the con tract, or ih** queli’j at such time and places above pro vided ta-n and In t iat case the contractor and hi* sure ties will forfeit and pav to the Uolted States at uiof money not exceeding twice the amount of such eias*. vr den may be neovrrsd fn»m time to time, according to ' the art of Congress, iu that us- provided, approved March 3 1841. Mo bids fof more than one yard most N* enclosed In oov •uv tope, aud tne same muM be distinctly endorsed on the outside. ‘Proposal* for Material* for the Nary, for the Naw-yard at ( .ame tae yard),” and addressed "To t ie Chief of the Bureau o' Equipment and Recruiting, Navy fcepartmeut, Washington, D C.” FORM OF OFFER, Whkfi, from a firm must be »lgiml by all the member*. I, , of —, iu the State of-- - , hereby agree to fur ish and deliver it the respective nayy vards all Abe articles named in the classes hereto annexed agreeably to t je pr-addon* el the scbvdulw therefor, and in «on fortify with th» a IvertUemeut of the Bureau of Equip ment and Kecruiti «g. dated July 18th. 1861 Should my offer b.- accepted. ! rvque-f to be a ldn-MH-1 at -, and the contract sent to tne navy agent at-, or to --. for signature and certificate. (Signature ) A. B. Witness*. The schedule which the bidder enclose must be paste,! to this offer, and each of them signed by him. Opposite each arti de in the schedule the price must bt-M.*t. the cm uutbe enrrirdout. the aggregate fooled up for each class, and the amount likewise written In words. If the Crtie* who bid do not reside near the place where th*ar w*s are to be dedvered, th**y must name in their otter a person to whom orders on them are to be delivered FORM OF GUARANTY. The undersigned --, of-, In the 8tat* of aud——. of—— In the State of——, beivby guar antee that In case the foregoing bid of-tor any of the cia-s%» therein named bs accepted, he or they will . witiln ten days after the receipt of )he contract at tne post ofl- e named, or navy agent designated, execute the eo * tract for the *une with good and sufficient tureies, Bud in case tee said——shall fail to enter Into contract, as worerold. w§ guarantee to make good the difference be tween the viler of the said——and that which mar be aoewpUd (Signatures of two guarantees.) C. P e. r. (Pate.) I hereby certify that the above named-are knovru t4) me na mao cf property, aud able to make good their guaranty. (Signature ) G. H. * > To Vu 4gr ed b? the United States District Judge. Uni tut 3 ate* District Alto nry, Collector, or Nary Agent The following are the claaeee requited at the rc-vpce tiu* nary^arde: KITTBRY-MaINE, He. 1. Flax Canves aud Twine: No. G. Sperm Oil; Ho. 7, Choking Uteuaiis; No. 10. Leather: No. II, Leath er llo**; No c i.anwrn*. No IS TaUow; No 22, Station ery; No 28 Hardware; No.21, Ship Chauderv: No 27 Dr. Goods; No. 29, Firewood; No. 31, Tar oil, aud Neat* foot Oil. CHARLE9TOVTX—MASSACHUSETTS. Ho. I, Flax Tane** and Twine; X. £ tpermOil; No. 7. Croklng Cwn-i s: No. 8. Store*; Vo, 10, Leather: Ao. 11. Lettiertioee; No 12, Ot liidee f»r Hope; No iZ. Sh« » Ire i No. 18. 8eep and Taitow; No. 2**, liruahes; No. 22. Btitlowry; No 23 Hardware. No. 24 Ship Chandler. Ho 26, • onper Wire; No 27, Dry Good*; No. 29, Fire wood; N'c Si, Whale, Tar, aud Neat loot Oil BROOKLYN. NEvf YORK. Ho. I, Flax Canvas and Twine; No. 3, Iron Nail*, Bheaee Mlraw, ate ; No 4, Tin Z»uc, etc.; No. 6. Sperm Ol ; No. 6 White 1'ine, A»h Black M alnut,eu : No 7. Groking L'Uo-ln; No. 8, Steve* and Cooking Cabooses, Ho. 10, Leatu<*r; No 11, ueatoer llo.-e; No 12, Lignum m vital; No (3 Lantern* and lamp*, No ]g Sonp md tallow, Not) Rroithee; No 22Stationery ; No 23 Hardware; No24 Ship Chand «r ; No 27 Dry Goods; No 29 F irtwood, No S-NeatoTuotoU. PtllLADELFfllA, PENNSYLVANIA. No 1 FVix • anrttss an l Twice; No 6 Sperm Oil; No 7 Co»k nr UtensLs; No 10 Leather: No li l/Hiiar tio*e: No IS *oip and T llow; No 20 Uruehr*. No 22 Suttouerv . No 18 il*riw*i>; No 24 Ship t’ha idlery; No 27 l»rv Good.-; Ho 22 t uwvrood; No 3i far oil and Neutatot OU. WASHINGTON, D. C. Ho 1 Plat Caoraw and twin*; No 4 Tin and Zinc, No £ ■perm Oil« No 8 Biot#- and Cooking taboee*: No 1<> LditVr | >o i2 L gn ‘invitai: Ho 13 Lautcrai. Ne ifa Soap and Tallowj No 2U Bruaues; No 22 SUtiouerv; No 2S Hariw r-j No 21 Shl»* Cnatdlery; No 25 '’epper Wire H >27 Or.- Goo is; No 33 Gallery Iron; No 54 Chain Iron : Ho 34 •Vaiuttl, Mahugauj aud Alu: No 38 logon Copper 4yl9iuw4w O F F 1 C Id OF T 11 F ATLANTIC Mutual Insurance Company, XLW YORK, JANUARY 2*. loBl THF. Trufteei, in coaiorm ty to tho Charier of th< Company. >u iuU the loiiuwiug siattmeut ol is- afl tire vD th* 8 iit D ctmbv r, 8* «• X remium* teceivetl on Mann. Kb-ks, trots lai January, 1863, to 81st Do* Comb-r, 18d8, ff 1,21439b 98 Tr m turns ou rdicie* not marked off 1*1 January, 1863, 1,706 fG2 2s Total amount of Marine Premium*. B10,o06,00l 17 Ao Po leiri have been i»tued upon Life Risks i nor upon Fir« Rieka disco u i.a .t n i.lih .1 1 nnc LU. • Premium, marked ud Irom Ut Jan., IS*}, tu 81et December, 18 8, 87,l9T,6tVl 66 Lonan* paid dating t«e »me period, 8 806,.151 0« Actum, oiFremium, tad Expense., l.u«,Pt,; 4b The Company baa the following Assets, via: U.l d o'a e«a> d Stat niN.w fork fctoo , c ity. ttau* an I other Eicon*, 88.482 68180 ioa'.eaeuuredhyntooke.andoiheinlse, l.sftn.TPO 16 lie* E ta'cacd Heuti-and Mor> cages', 18d,;WV Dlvus~nd9 on fctocka.lr.ttrc.t eo Honda and Mortgages auu ether Loans.sun dry Notts, re i aata' ce m d other claims due the Comp'? , estimated at 104.964 61 Premium Notts and i-llle Kec«lvaLlo, 8,2: t;;o <fc Casta In Bank, ;,4 sjg 8. Total amount of Attete, ga.yuc, 4 u it Six pc c ut la ere«t or. lire outstan lug rerrid ca ea or p odts will b > paid to the ho ders thereol or their legal rsprr'out,tires, on aud alter ruc-ds\ lei tecuoti of February . eat. After re»e ring Three,mi Oce hall Million Dollars rt points the outstanding certillcate> of the issue 01 1862, w !1 ce r.dceiqRd aud paid to the holders there of. or 1 hair legal t« resentatlv s.oti ami utter Tues day, the beoot.d ot Fe rtiary next, tictu which date in interest thereon ernl cease T hit cci tihaatea tohe ].r- due ' < at the lime ol uavmeat, anu cancelled. A Dividend 01 Forty Pir Cent Is declared on the net earned pr> miuine ol the Company, tor the year ending 31t Deoe uliyr, 18S', for which cert 16cats 1 will b- it." >ed on and after luesday, the Firth of April next. The Front* of the Company,ascertained Prom the Ut of July.1842.to the let of Jau . Itut3. for '"bicnCertiftaatee were , issued, a-nuunt to *14,828.880 Addlt onal lr„tn Ut Jan., 1868, to Ut January, 1804, 2.680 000 — - (v,!,?*1 proB“ 'or 21l r®»r*. *18,SnS,Seo Xii« <-tmiuu<o* pie-loufc to bar* teen redaeuitd by ca h, ll.6sw.21ii Xfrt rat nines remaining with the Com pany on 1st Jsnuarv, 1864, K 268,670 By order of the lie,nt, ■ ' w. TOVTnSEND JONES, *e«ratarT. , v „ TRV8TEE8. Jehu V. Jonet, David i.an* < I a-les Dennis, James Ur.-L W. U. li. Moor# Wm Sturgis jr Tlios llicstun, 11 li. Huger! llt-nr. Colt, A. a. Low, W c. V ckengill, Wm. t. Dodge, I • Wis < nrtli, Dennis Perkins, Chas. t. Itnssal), J**a Gall’ard, Jr., Low 11 Unlbri ok, J. Henry Hurgy, P. A Hargnns, Corucllus Gunnell J*. W We.ton, C. A. Hard. Jto al Phelp , Watts Sherman, Ca eb Karatow, E. K. Morgan, A. K. Flint. ft, j Howiaud, Lerov M. Willey. KeuJ. Paheock. ltanie 8. MUldk, Fletcher Wcstrav, H. T. Nlcelt. It. It. MlD'nrn, jr., JoahaJ U.nry, G. W. Kirn ham, Geo. G flonaon, Fred. Chaoncey, JansCaLow. JOHN D JONES. President CHARLES DENNIS Vice PrasMeet. W. H. ii. MOORE, 2d Vloe President, Application) ibrwarded and Orax Poucrca 1 procured >T JOHJf W. MUNGER, Agent, Lio. 100 Fore street, fcavl of Long Wharf. PQKTLAJTD, 1U£, June 8.—w2» A cdtlttajaaSO HOTELS._ CHANDLER HOUSE, Betliol. I hi- Hotel, located in the most beautiful aud romauiic vil age on the line ot tne Brand Tiunk It ail road, 2o miles from (Jor j_ ,»iain,N. 11 has been recently built, with -iHMii .i eierence to the wants ol tne pleasure-trav eling public. it contains titty spacious, well venti lated and neatly 2urui*heU rooms, from all of which views of grand mountain scenery may be had. No I aiu* wilt by si ared to make this a favorite resort for the tourist and p oaso re-see k*is. Particular atten tion w ill be pant to bportstneu, and conveyance to the lakes, aud all pines ot iuter«rt will will’ be fur nished on reasonable terms Horse- and carriage* aud saddle horses to let. A good bow ling Saloon is connected with the house. A Cnriiace wU be iu constant attendance to con vey guests of • he house trom and to the depot, on the arrival ami depaitm© of passenger trn ns. I ranih ut ii t* rmanont Boarder* so fted. I'. 8 CHANDLER A CO.. Proprietors. Bethel, Me, July b —olui Nea-hiide IIouno. tl.4Kl*S WELL NECK. O A 8 C 0_ B A Y. This elegant and ootrmodiou* Ho tel. situated on the extremity of Harpswed Neck, about hail a miie be ow the w»-l>-known Mansion _ r Boose, ha- just been completed after tin* u*-i*u-m o M li *.ki*i>*•. I. j . Architect, aud under In superintendence, and will be open for company On mid nftfr the Fourth of July. The House is th* largest e*iab Dbment, construct ed expressly for the purpose of a Hefei. »t any V* at oring Place on ihe coast ol Maine. It is situated iu the centre Oi a dense grove of old trees, with ave nues and vi-tas opening to the waters ofth. Bay, but a lew yards distant on oil her side. Nearly rurrouuded by the sea. and abundantly shaded bytr-es the House has a spaci ur ai,d teau f'lul verandah extending o er thr«*c hundred and thir.y .evt on ibtcesid-s of the building, with wide aud taoroughly ven i aied hal.s and corridoir in the interior, so that visitors can enjoy the most comple e protectk u from the summer heat. Tb* steamboat whan ai.d boat land:ng« are on the west side, but a tew siep- from the House. Ample f*cilitie« are at hand tor boating ana fishing. On the east side is a tine gravel batch. wheie the luxury of sea-ba hiug can be et joy ed at ail time* ol the tide. At u short distance oa the northeast, across an arm of the sen D Oir’s I Hard. celebiated by Mrs Beech er gtowe's w li known novel. The 8 a Side House is acce«-ibl© by land from Brunswick fifteen mil<r distant by oi e o« the flrest il ive» in the .State, end hs daily steanib **t from ! I’o tlaud through the inside passages among the islauiD of the Lay. Visitors coming ft-'m the K nuebec and other parts of the Intern.r, can leave the railroad at Bruu* i wick, and proceed bv stag© «o Harps well, or cootiu ue to Portland and take the steamer, which runs down and back twi.e a day. JJHN T. SMITH, Proprietor. Jyitf_ _ _ Ho! for tho Atlant c House! * ' • • rp* uu «uaj iu »ur I Atlantic House Hcarboro’ Beach, will find a »oul Coach at oak Hill Depot upon the arriva of every train. Pair from the Depot ro the House, &0 etc. jut.xutm E. A. LIBBY k CO. BRADLEY'S HOTEL~ -OH TH. Amciimn ami Kiiro|»cuii Flan*., Cor,of Commercial & India Sts. ^ This House is si natcd directly opposite j umAtLc Grand Trank uai roa . Depot, aLU head JUSlSoi Boston and PortUud Mearn* r§ Wharf :.ofiTi»■ Conne ted with this House is a first class IafYMi >vfUT aud Dining Hall. J tiH.1 BRADLEY, Jr., k CO., Proprietors. J. Bradley, Jr. p. H. Br*dley. Junel&dfim Atlantic House, HCAKBORO’ IIEACII. I THIS ITouse having been enlarged and refitted throughout will open lor the sea son on Monday, Jane 13, 1864, „ „ „ , , E GUNNISON. N. B.— Posithtdy closed on fbe Sabbath to all transient visitors. junell Ocean House Re-Opened! The undmigut-d b.viuc I.-,:rd for th» a *»«oiiMib wenMtftbJi.bed tf.urlue pl.ee, tJBcli.rinin.l}- ,ii uuUd n ihe alter nn, oj a,flc.pe t;iz.belli VVub ■uriraiied i.nli n »'<v- lor Kathing, Boating, and FitihiUR, Will opeu lor t rmnilent aud penuaueot cu«,u on and j after Tuesday, the 7th day of June. Krerv desirable con ve ience will be (applied for the pleasure ana com oris oi its patrons with itgard to tbe icquiremt nt* and character oi a FIRST CLASS HOTEL. We feel a*-ured th«f < ur exertion.1!, added to the ir;u-uai attract ions oi the house n self, will secure us tne a< probation aud patronage of the public. Positively clutt'fx.n tut Sal>h <tk. HILL k JORDAN, Proprietors. Cape Elisabeth, June 7,1»d4. dtf BAY VIEW HOUSE] CAMDEN. The Subscribers take pleasure iu au uounciug o their fnenUMUid alt interested iu hading a first eta.-- sea side Hotel aoeeui _ t modattons.t«iat their new and sp«tiui;-Ho le. 00op nearly in Juue. It contain* ail the mod* ©ru impiovtincr-ts aud every couwiiionco tor tue cjuikti anu accommodation OI the irnwiiiug jub dc. It i* finely located, comma* ding au uur.vailed view of the Penobscot Bay. I he «<i, aiib.gt < 01 sea bathing au<1 in© Kcilita* lor n.-hn.g aod boating, are un-uipassed, kor its beautitui scenery aud tie <ightiul dr.vea and walks, Cumum d aboady favor ahi kunttn asone 01 the okn eligible and delicti • tul watering places in Eugiand. Connected wi.h Ui© iioi« i is a fine Livery Maine, horns aud c*riiagc» having been aeteeieu with great care. The carrUj% are Horn the best establishment* iu the count! y7&ua011 the most approved styles, {steam boat lam iug- ea-y of acr-t-; steamers touehing ev ery nav iu iL*e week. J olograph coiuuiuuication w th all part* of the country. These anting o so cur© good looms will do wel. to apply soon, as many arekireauV ©ugagid. CIJauiAiii k JOHNSION, Proprietors. Camdou, June X, 18tt8.—dtf IMeasuul fculairliuu Kcsorl. ca.i?isic~"house, WEST B R00 K. ! !•**. maul .Uburbau Wateriu* Place, [•' i.*.iod upon a pb-asant eminence near Ca* 4» c 1'oud, but if miit-8 from Portland, bav tog been placed in the most ample order by IHM) iWe.Bbwibur.rnu-1 null) .uifcii. vucMi.utloaurthepublic, aud coidull, invite, a call m in his old friend?. the house is pleasant, retired an: quiet. The turultar* and furnishing* are »11 uew, and the room* t * *ktJy- * he table- are Mipplied with aii tue d©.ac*c;e- as well a-* the sub*tan taut 01 the tt-a* •on, and the service ot one of the very best cook* iu J No* h gist no have been *©cuied. Extensive sheds aud a riue -table wit), roomy stalls ate azv iig th© convenience* ot the establishment A nice Uathiug House suffl lent for th© accotmno j on » iie*w«I tathejs has beeu erected with stops projecting info tin te©t of water, aud the w hole se 1 from *»bservat on by abating screen. smoking Art.nrs grace the banks* 01 the Pond and invite the indulgence of the lounger. Hoping Lr a * .are of the public patronage the an aersigi.cd j roiu.S' s to fpme no effort lor ihe eu ©r* tainuieutof Lixguests. OEO. W MURCH. Westbrook. Alay 21,1864. maySldti Splendid Pleasure Resort! THE WHITE HOUSE, IJPoUMBRLY WILftOB ROCBR.) J. P. MILLER,.PROPRIETOR. A TW* 1 opular Hotel has recently been nnr iSCLimehaeed by Mr ililleriol the Albion; and has JsSteS1**11 thoroughly rehtled, renovated and re .'ajtQiBl'atred, and numerous excellent alterations fl-uade. Jt is located on the Saccarappa road, about tour miles from Portland. aSirdinga beauUiul drive over a go d read, and just about far enough for pleasure. “ It has a line large Dancing Hal I and good Bowling Alleys. In close proximity to the bouse is a warm and roomy Stable, containing twenty nice stalls. Iberc Is also » well sheltered Is lied, 105 Aet long, for hitching horses Suppers will bo got op for sleighing and dancing parties, who will tind It greatly to theft pleasure aud advantage to roeoi 1 to the White House. ... °, esort will be spared for the entertainment ct t**™-__ deol9-dtf HALLOW ELL HOUSE REO PEN E L> ! HBW FURHITURB & FIXTURES! R»®. OEVIIN, Propi is>tor. *re *P*rialljr Informed thst the "* *n“ well known llALLowath HOPSB, In the centir of liallowell, two miles trom Aurusti, and four inl es from logus Spring fis been refurnished, and is open for tt-e reeeptiou of company tnd pcimineDt board* rs. fneiu^ at,6B,ion win Kiv*» to the comfort ot ST ABLITJa, and all ths oenal conveniences ef a popular hotel are amply provided * ' Uallowel , Feb 1 \m, mchllSeodtf THE AMERICAS HOUSE, Hanover Street .... Boeton, The laugetl hint Heat Arrui.s.<l Hotel IS NEW ENGLAND. M1(«*U KICIE, Proprietor. IF YOU II \V FA’T A REFRIGERATOR ! 2rSH.as—■sMswss POLAR REFRIGERATOR For sale at the Furniture Rooms of WALTER COREY, 6t and M batebauge street. June®. 1*M.—dSm PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS EOK TIMBER AND MA1ER1 ,aL8 Kik The navi NaVV DaPAUTMEST, ) liin -m if Construction auM He/uxir, J June VO, 1864. ) i it Proposals 1o fdmifih Timber nud Materials lor the Navy, for the fiscal year ending June 80, , 1863, win bo receive l at the hur«.au of Construction ! anil Itepair. umii 10 o'clock of I he let cay of Au 1 gust next, at wlncli time the op< tuny will be com me need. 'Proposals mint be endorsed “ Proposal" for Tim ber and materials lor the Navy,” that they may be distinguished from other business letters, and di* roof'M to the Chief of the Bureau of Construction amt Hepalr. The materials and articles embraced in toe classes uanted arc particularly described in the prin ed schedules any oi whi’ h will ue turniched toaucli a-» desire to ofl'er. on application to the loiumaudants of tie respectiveyari.fi, or to the Navy Agent* near* •if then i<• and tnote oJ ail the \ mU ipva ■pitil— lion to the Bureau. Tuis division iuio classes being for the convenience of dealers in each, such classes only w ill be lu Dish ed a> aie actually required tor bids. The Command* ant and Navy Agent tor each station will, in addi tion to the ecbeuule oi classes of their own yards, nave b c^py of the ficlndulec of the other yards for examination only, from w i ich may be judged wheth er it will be desirable to make application tor any ol the classes of those yltd*. Ail other things be’iig equal, \ reference will begivou to article" of Amer ican manufacture. offers must be ma.le for the whole of the class at auy yard, upon one of the printed schedules, or in strict conformity therewith, or they will not be con sidered. l'pou application to the Bureau, to the < omruand aui ot any yarn, or to anv Navy Agent, the loriu ot offer, ol guaranty, and ot tier n**.e.>.,ary iu.mutation respecting tne p opo als, will be furnished. I he con ract will be awarded to the lowest bidder who gives proper guaranties, afi required by the law oi Angus: 10, 1840, t e Navy n-epartmeut reserving the iig.it to reject tue lowest bid, or any which may oe deemed exotbitntit. 1 he contj acts will bear date the day the uotiiica tiou is given and deliveries can be d manded from that da e. Buret it" iu the full amount will lie reqtt i red to sign it e contract, aud tneir responsibility cert in ed to by a L'mied traits District Judge. United B.ates Uis irict Attorney, Collector or Navy Agent. As addi tional security, twenty per centum will be withheld from the amount ot the bills uutil the contracts shall I bill.approven iu tiipiicateby me commandants ol the respective parda.wtti bo paid by the Navy Agent* ai the points ot delivery, in iuud# or certiticaLs,at he optiju Of the Government, within leu da)# al ter tne warrant for the same shall have been pas#cu by the Secretary of the Treasury. Tbo following are the classes required at the re spective navy-yard*. KITTBIIT. Class No 1, White oak Logs; No 2, White Oak Keel and Keelson licees; No 3, White Oak Curve limber and Knees; No 4 White Oak Plank; No 6, Y»llow Pm * Logs; No 7, Yellow Pine Beams; No 8, i ellow Pine Ma-t# and Spar limber: No 11, White Pino PlauK and Board#; No 12, White Pine a.id White Oak Deck Plank; No 18. Ak!i Logs aud Plank : No 14. Ash Oars: No 15. mckory Butts; No 17. Cedar Beards; No IK, Locu#t; No 19, White Oak Stave s and (leading; No 2-, B.aefc Kpruoe; No 23, Lignuravitw; No 26, Iron, round, flat and square: No 26, Steel; No 27. Irou Spikea; No2S. irou Nans, wrought aud cu : No 80, Lead; No 31,Tin and Zinc; No33, Hardware; No 34, tools for stores; No 3b White Lead; No 87, Ziuo Paint#; No 88, Colored Paints d yer; So c.9, furpentine. YaruGh; No 40, Linseed Ol ; Noil, Gilo; No 44, Fish Oil; No 46, Tallow,Soap; No 47. Ship Chandlery. Yhaelertown. Class No l, White Oak J«ogs; No 2. White Oak Keel Pieces: No 3. While t»ak 1 urved Timber; No 4 White Oak Plank; No b. Yellow Pine Logs; No lO.Wliite PiDC Ma9t# aud I'par limber; No 11, White Pine Logs Plank an t Boards; No 12. White Piue Deck and Sage Plank: No 13, Asa Logs ami Plank; No 14, A#h Dar*; no lb, Blue* Walnut aud i harry; No 18, Locust; No 19, Waite Oak Stave* and Head ing*: No 2", Black Spruce; Noil, Liguumvitic; No 26, Irou; No 2b, steel; No27, Iron Spike#; No 2K, IroL Nails, wrought, aud cut; No 30, Lead; No 21, Zinc, Tin aud Solder; No .13. Hardware: No 34, Tools for Store. Ac; No 8b. White Lead; No 37, Zinc Paint*: No 38, Co ored Paint#; N'o89, Turpemiou aud Varnish; N o 4d. Lium-d Oil. No 41,Gla*#; No 44. Whale Oil; No 46, Tado w, Soap and Sweet Oil; No 47, Ship Chandlery. saoouvK Class No 1, White Oak Logs; No 2, Whi'e Oak Keel Piece#: No 2, White oak Curved limber; No 4, White Oak Plank; No 6. Yellow Piue Logs; No 7, Yellow P«ne Beam*; No 8, Yellow Pine Jlant aud Spar limber; No 9 White Oak Board# and Plank; Noll, Wbie Piue limber aud Log-; No IS, Ash Punk: No 14 Ash Oars; No 15, Hickory Bar# and Hand npikes; No Id. Black Walnut aud Charry; No 17. CVdar: No IS, Locu.-t; No 19, White oak hove* aud ttoa ing: No20, Black Sp'uce; No 22, Mahog any; No 23, cignutoviia-; No 26 Iron, rouud. flat, and square; No 26 JSucl; No 27. Iron Spikes; No 28, Iron Nails, wrought and cut; .No 8), Lead; No 31. Zinc. Iiu: No 83, Hardware; No 34, Tool* for Stores; No 3b, White Lead; No 87. Zinc Paint; No RS, Colored Paint*, dryer*; No 39. Varnish; No 40. Linseed Oil: No 41, Glass; No 42. Brushes; No *4, Fish Oil; No 45, fallow; ao 47. Ship Chandlery. PHILADELPHIA . Clam No 1. White Oak Logs; no 2, White Oak Keel Piece-: No 8. White Oak Curved Timber; No 4, White* Oak Plank ; No lo White Piue Mast and Spar Timber; No II, 4\ bite Piue P.auk and Boaids; No 12, White Pine Deck Plank and Stage P ank; No 18, Ash Log* and Hank ; No 14. Ash Cars; No 16. Hlack Walnut, Ch rry. Mahogany; No 16 Cypres* #nd Cedar; No IS, Locum Trenail#; N- 20. Black Spruce; No 28. I ignuinvi n ; No25, 1 ron,round, flat, square; No25 Steel; No *7 Iron .•spike-; No28. Ir u Nail*, wrought, cut: No30. Lead; No 31. Ziuo, Tin, and Solder: N*> 83. liar ware: no 8». Tools for Stores; No 3 j White Lead; No 37. Zinc Paint*; N«8S,Col ordd Paint*, dryers. Ac; No 39. Vart.i h; No 46, Li meed Oil: K«» 41. Class; No 44. Fish Oil; No 45. Ta low. S».ap. (Sweet obi fi«47. aldj» cimnuirry . No h. Oakum; No 60, Ingot Copper. WASHINGTON. Clae* No 8, White Oak Kno~ Piece*: No 11, White Pine -lank #mi Boards; No 16 Ash Plank; No 14, A*h Oars; No i6. Biack Wa nut. 1 berry, and Mi h«‘gauy; No 17 rer*: No«0, Spruce Pine span; No ILL. t'oplar; No 26, lr«»u, muud. fla? and square; No 2b, St* el; No 27, Spikes; No 28. Nails: No 30, Loah; No 31 Zinc, fin. and Solder; No 1.3, data ware; No84. io'MS lor store*; No B, White Lead; No37. Ziuo Paint; No 3* Color*d Paint*; NO 39, (u>lMrntine and Vanish; No 40, Unsetd OU; No It, G'as#; No 45, Tallow, soap. A c; No47 Ship Chai d ■ er» ; No 48. akum; No 19, Tauk Iron; No 60. lu gut Topper No 62 l*o!e#; No 54. Bellows. juiySdlawlw Rood News tor tt»e UnfortunHte. THU L<«KH SOVUBT Mk DISCOVERED AT LAST. Ciierolcee Remedy -AM) CHEROKEE INJECTION. COMPOUNDED FROM ROOTS, H AUK* AND LB A VR* t'HEROKEE RMMED Y, the great edian Diu otic, curt- all di cMc-s ol the Urinary t. gaus.sucb a« Incontinence of tho Urino, luflamation of the rKidney*.Slone in tte Bladder,Stricture, Gravel, Gleet, Gonorrhea, and i* especially recommended in those case# of Fluor .4/6«*,ior WhLe- in Female*) where all the old nauseous medicine* have failed. It »a prepared lb a highly concentrated form, the do#e only being from one to two teaspoonfuh* three Umeaper day. It i* diuretic and alterative in it* action : purifying ami cleansing the blood, causing it to flow in all it* original purity and rigor; thus removing from the system all pernicious causes which have induced dis ease. ! CHEROKEE I EJECTION is intend*d ar an ally or assistant to the CHEROKEE RE MED F, an should be used iu conjunction with that medicine in all case*of Gonorrhea, Gleet, Fluor Albusor White*. Its < fleet* ar« heaiiug, soothing and demulcent; re moving all scalding, heat. choadee and pain, instead of the burning aud almost unendurable pain that 1* experienced with nearly all the cheap quack injec tions. By the umt ui the i’HEROKER REMEDY and (HLROKE E INJECT!ON—the two medicines at the eauie time—all improper dir*churgea are removed and the w eakeued organs ate speedily restored to full vigor and strength. For full particulars get our pamphlet from any drug store in the country, or write us and we will mail free to any address, a full treatise. Trice, CHEROKEE HE.MED T, per bottle, or three bottles for 9b. Trice. CHEROKEE fEJECTION, «‘J per bo e or throe bottles lor £6. Sent by rlxpttM to any audress ou receipt o( the price Bold by all drugg^u, everywhere !>R. \V. R. MERWIN 4 Cm., aOLB PROPRIETORS, No. 69 Liberty 8t.. New York. Cherokee Curs ! THE GREAT / X DIAS MEDICI X E, COMPEL M>ED FROM ROOT*. BARKs AKD LEAVES. An unfailing cure for Spermatorrhea, Semina Weakness, Nocturnal Emissions, and all diseases caused by self jolution; such as Loss of Memory, Universal Lassitude. Tains in the Back, IMmneBs oi Vision, Trematurt old Age, Weak Xcrve*. Difficulty of Breathing, Trembling, Wakefulness. Eruptions on the Face. Pale Count* oauoe. Insanity,Cousump* tton, and ail the direful complaint* caused by de* parting from the path of nature. Thi- medicine is a simple vegetable extract, and ono on which ail ran rely, as it has be.Ti used in our practice for many years, aud, with thousand* treated, it has not failed In a ringlo instance. Its curative powers have been sufficient to gain victory over the most stubborn case. To those who have trilled with their constitution until they tbiuk themselves beyond the reach of medical aid, we would say, Deipairuot! the CHER• OkEE CURE wiU restore you to health and vigor, and after all quack doctors have faiiod. For full particulars get a circular frotn any Drug •tore lu the country, or write the Proprietors, who will mail free to any one desiring the same a Bill treatise in pamphlet form. Price. 82 per bottle, or three bottles for *6, and forwarded by express to all parts of the world. Sold by all respectable druggists eveiy where. DR. W. R. MERWIN 4 Ce.. aoLB r&OF&rxTORS. 4b« eodft wiy No. 69 Libert/ Si., Raw York. RAILROADS. FOR CHICAGO. M1LWAUk1e,~ Aad all parts of tlw Went. UCGH1M IKkIIS 10 CHICAGO, HMAlklS, And all other points at the WEST, SOUTH Ar NORTH WEST, For sale at the reduced rates of fare at the Union Ticket Office, 31 Exchange St., W. ». Kittle, Agent. June *ldtf , FOR THE WHITE RIOUNT AINS” HH Montreal, Quebec, Niagara Falls, AN/> RETURN. Excursion Tickets for sale at the R E » IM'El) RATES, By NV. D LITTLE. Ae»>nt. CMOS TICKET OFFICE, june24tf 31 Exchange street. REDUCED RATES ! MIPOBTARIT TO TRAVELERS -TO TH1 West, North We3t & South West! W. I). LITTLE. 16 Agent for all the great leading route* to Chica* go, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit. Milwaukie, Galena, Otkosh, 6t. Paul, LaCrosse, Green Hay, guincy.ht. Louis, Louisville, IndUuapoli*. Cairo, etc., etc., and is prepared to turuish TuRoron IlUKKia from Portland to all the principal cities and towns in the loyal States and Canadas, at the lowest rat#** of lare. and all needful information cheerfully granted. Travelers will tind it greatly to their advantage to procure their tickets at the Union Ticket Office, 31 Exchange Street* (UP STAIRS.) W. D. IdITTJLK, A*e,ni. Passengers for California, by the Old Line Mail Steamer and Panama Kaiboad, may be secured by early application at this oitice. Pickets to Mont real ami Quebec and return (via ! the Grand Trunk Kailway) may be obtained at tbf» j agency on favorai L Iwil ma>26oAwtl Summer Tourist’s & Traveler’s Great Combination of EXCURSION fit 1 For the Season of 1864. Tickets Good to Itclnrn to N'otrinlwr M. <>KAKD THINK Kill.HAT. From Portland —TO— while Mountain**, Montreal, QiietM c, lie. Uoil, Chicago, fl hu aiikie, Singtua Tails and return AT I MR) LOW HATMS OF FARM. Only #1(1 to Chicago or M'hcaukie, #2.j out and return, rin. Oarnia Line. To Chicago and Kctnrn, ail rail, $3.% Also, to Boston. New York, upthe IludsouRiver Saratoga, Lake George. ’ Returning from Niagara Kalis either by Grand Trunk Railway, or by the Royal Marl Giuc through ! ‘he I lu ussiiit Islands and Rapids of the St. Law reocc. American M<yn?y taken at Par for Ticket*, Sleep ing tar.'aud at Kefre*hmeut balcon*. Arrangement* ha*e been made with the Proprie tors ot the principal Hotel* in Montreal, ouel.ec and D.treit to take American Money at par, char tin* New York Hotel prices. * * For ticket.- or inf rmation apply to Aokvt of Grand Trunk (tailway. K. P. HEATH. General Agent,279 Broadway N Y June 11.^4w L°W“8' A*POt OICANK TRUNK RAILWAY Of Canada. St 1IMKH ARRANGEMENT. ■■ 1“<*, »n«r Monday, June 27,1(K4, trains wiu run daily, (Sunday, exoent i ad) uutii lurcher notioe, as follows: * p Up Trains. Gsaeo Portland lor island Pond. Montreal and •Juebec at J.Oj a. a and 1.25 r. u. Down Trains. 9 jftyll8j“d r°u'1 for atsau a. a. and The Company are not responsible tor haggaee to any amount exceeding *50 In value, and tuat per •onal, unless notice 1. given, aud paid for at tbe rats or one paasouger lor every *60o additional vain. 1 U. BAlLEV .JSuBnennDten^n781“*m* Wre0,0r' l'ortland, Juno 25, 18€4 Bot5 PORTLAND AkUKlik'NKggL U. U. SPRING A SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 25. 1864 -'iGeWBal^ Passenger traius leave Skon began for »rt su , and Do.-ton. at 8 4.'. a Ju Au gus.a, li o, A M and Rath 12 TO r. M. An.nvla 1 Bjr Portland aud Boston at 6.So A, a.: hath il.So A. Portland for Ba'h. Au.nsta, Watervllle,Kendall's Mills aud Skowhegar, at 1.10 P. M Portland for Bath aud Augusta a 15 I*. M 1 a-seug. rs for - latiousou the Audro-coggiu Rail road will change cars a: Biunswick. ** The 1 M M. train f um Portland connect, at Keudaii a Mills with Maiue Centra! Railroad tor Bangor, Ac , arriviug flam.- evening. I Stages leave Ba h for Rockland at » A. M. aud 8 i M. Stages leave Augusta for Belfast at 4 P M Stages leave Skow hegan at 8 10 P. M for An-oi; bo ou,he. ; Through '•Ticket# for ajl the station* on thi* mu J I «• Androscoggin Railroad, can be procured iu Boat on at the Ka#teru or Bo# on and Maine station v Ai rii 18 iRrt?' U CU8UMAN*8®P«»rintend#ut. April 18. 186 ap231 f lTork * Cumberland Hutlroq j. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Ou aud after MONDAY, April lth., 1864, train* will leave a# follow#, until further notice : baco River lor Portland at 6 4E (Freight Train with Pa**enuei Cars) and $.16 a. m.» and 3.30 p m. Leave Portland tor Saco River, 7.46 a. m. and 2.00 and 0.20 p m. The 2 00 P. M. train out. and o 45 a m. traiu into Portland, will be freight train# w ith passenger car# attacucd i atage# couuect at *accarappa daily for South Wiuuham, Windham Center aud Great F all#. At Gorham lor We#t Gorham, Sttudish. Steep Fall*, Baldwin. bcba&o, Bridgton. Hiram, Liming ton, t'orniah, Denmark, Brownfield. Lovel. Frye burg, Conway.Bartlett, Albany. Jackson aud Ea ton, S. U. At Buxton Center for Writ Buxton. Bonnev Ea gle, South Limington, Limington and Limerick. At baco River tri-weekly, for iioiii#, Limerick, Oaalpee, Newfitld, Par^onstield, Elhngnam, Free dom, Madi*on, t nton, Cornish, Porter, a c Fares 6 oeut# lee-* wben ticket# are purchased is I the Office, than when paid iu the i ars, DAN. CAHPFiNTKR. Sunt. Portland April 7,1S<>4. dll flIAINU CENTUM. RAILROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. [■■HB Trains Utvs Porllsud, Grand Trunk •? "'’^■Station, ! r Lewiston cl Auburn. at t A. * For Bancor and lulirmedlste stations at 126 r a RETURNING— leave Lewiston a! 6.2" a. is., and arrire in Portland at S.80 a. a. kin. Bangor at T.B' A. a., and arrive In Portland at 2 16 r. a. Both there trains oouneet at Portland with trains ior Boaton Freight train leaves Portland at 8 A. a., And re 1 taraiugl* due InPortland at 1 r. a. Stages connect with trains at principal stations, daily tor most of the towns North and Kart ol this • lluo. C. M. MORSE,Sup’t. Watervllle, November, 186*. decld : PORTLAND, SACO & PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. S V M If K II Alt RAN H K W * STB, Commencing April 11th, 1864. | aBHD Passenger 1 rains will leave the 8ta tion. Canal street, daily, (Sundays ex cepted i is tollovrs: Leave Portland for Boston, at 8.46 A. a and 8.(6 r. a. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.30 A. a. and 8.06 l r.a. Leave Portsmouth Tor Portland, at 10.00 a. a. and 6.80 r. a. These trains will take and leave passengers at way : stations. Freight trains leave Portland and Boston daily. F It AN 1 18 CHASE, Superintendent. Portland, Oot. 30.1868. oo31 edtf MAINE INSURANCE CO. AuguMa, JHnini-. THE Maiue Insurance Company Insure ugalnst loss or damage by Fire, Building?, Merchan dize and Furniture, ou terms as favorable as it can I be done tv any solvent Company. Policies issued ! for One. Three, or Five years. J. L. CUTLER, President J. U. WILLIAMS,Secretary. EDWARD SHAW-Agent, Ho. 102 Middle Street. twill** rwlly “international I Fire Insurance Company ! Of Sew York, Office 113 Rroeuhcay. CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000. WM. E. WARBEN, President. HAMILTON BRUCE, Vioe President. GEORGE W. SAVAGE, Secretary. I Port la* d Roarel <f Reference* Jobs B. Bmotvx A Sox, IUrsey Fi.xtcbku k Co. H. J. Libby A Co. Jobx Ltxlb A Co. The unde'Slgnod having been appointed Aoibt and Attobxxv for this Crmpa y, is now prepared to issua Policies on lusurabie Property at current rata*. OP"Portland Office, 186 Fore Street JOHN W. HUNGER, A gem. Jans 6,1864—dtf STEAMBOATS. Portland and Penobscot River, Summer Arrangement, I NCI. THE NE!\ . STAUNCH AND COMMODIOUS j STEAMER LAD1 LANtt, liuilt expressly for this route. CAPT. WILLIAM K. KOIX, 'Till commence her Sommer Ar rangtm- i.t on HONDA! Mtih.N JuneC h. Leaving llaugorev. eryMosday. Weducrda, slid fridxv Morning* at 5 o’clock. ’ i Returning will leave Railroad Wharf, foot of State *treet. Portland, every Monday, Wednesday aud Friday Evening-, at 10 o’clock, connecting with the Eastern, burton and Maine, and Portland, Saco and Portsmouth Kail rone- from Bo-ton and Way Station*. leaving Boston at 6 o c.'oex, 1*. M. The Boat will touch at KoekUnd, Camden, Bel fa>t, Buckajort. Win ter port aud Hampden, both way*. Passenger* ticketed through to and from Bi ston, Lowell, Lawrence. Salem and Lynn. For more extended imonuation, appfv to J. o. Kendrick. Bangor; the local Agent* at the various, j la dingc; the Depot Masters ot the P. 8. k p , Eaitern, aud B. k M Railroad*; Abiid soimrbv, j Portlaud; Lang & He auo Boston, or CHAS- SPEAR, General Agent. | June 4.— isdtf Montreal Ocean Steamship Go. j» ^ One of the following first-class I rlTsM Sttainsrs of this Mo* vizPeruvian, -wIT- ‘ ' * llit-erma, Norlh American, Jura. Bel aaBMBeSM .•I»n. Nova Scotian, Moravian, Da mascu., wi.isail Irom yuebec, avxav Satiudav Mou.mno. lor Liverpool via Londonderry. Also the steamers St. David. St. Ueobui, St Aai-B*w. St Patrick, tri monthly Irom Quebec forOlasgow. Prepaid and return tickets issued at reduced rates. > or passage apply to H. & A. ALL AN, Montreal, or to .1 L. KAKHF.lt, may 1-IdIf No. 10 Exchange street Portland. International Steamship Company. East port. Calais & St John. TWO Tltll's PEK WEEK. On and after Monday, March 38, the superior sea-going Mcamer NEW BKUNSWI*K, Capt. K. B - M inchcster, will leave Itailroad " hart, loo. ot state Street, every Monday at 6 o’clock PM., and the Steamer NEW ENGLAND, Capt E. field, every Thursday at & o'clock P. M. for r^astport and St. John, N. B , connecting at Eatdpori with ^earner Queen, for Kobinnon, St. An drew* and C alaia, and with Stage coaehe* for Mi chia*. and at ot. John with steamer* for Freder icton and wim Meamcr Knit eror lor Digby Wind sor and Halifax, and with the E. k K. A. kail road for Shediac and all way eiaticna. Returning, wri'l leave St John every Monday and Thursday ai 8 o’clock A. M., lor Lamport, Portland < aud Boston. * Through ticket* procured of the Ageut*and Clerk on board Steamer*. Freight received till 4 o’clock P. M., Mondays and Thursdays. 1 maytidtf C. C. EATON. Arent. Portland and Boston Lint. the steamers Forest City, Lewiston and Montreal |fOS* Will, until farther notice, ran ai follows: Leave Atlantic Whorl, Portland, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, at■ o oiock P. M., and India Wharf Boston evep' Monday, Tuesday, Wodneeday, Thursday and Friday, at 7 o’clock P. M. Fare in Cabin.tl.iO " on Deck. 1.J4 Freight taken as tuaal. Tho Company are not responsible for baggage to any amonut > xceeding Sot) in value, and that person al, unless notice is given and paid for at the rats ol one passenger for every #60t) additional value. Feb. 18,1663. dtf L. BILLINUB, Agent. Portland and New York Steamer* SEMI-WEEKLY IsINK. m ^ The splendid and fast Steanuhipi - “WJCU8T Point," Capl .WiLLm" ^U£,Dd "POTOMAC,” Capuin Shu* -t.JU.»MwooD. wiil.anUl further notion, run Leave Browns Wharf, Portland,ssery WEDN'KS BAT,*,1dSATt'KDAY, at 4 P. M., and leave Pier v North River, New York, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at S o oiock, P M These vessels are fitted up with fineaoeornmodationi for passengers, making this the most speedy, safe and oomforublo route for travellers between New York and Maine. Passage *7,00, inoindln* Fare and Stats loom. Goods forwarded by this line to and from Montreal Bangor, Bath, Aagasta, Rastport and St Shippers are requested to send their freight to the Steamers aseariy as 3 P. M„ os the day that then leave Portland v For freight or passage apply to EMERY k FOX. Hroam’s Wharf, Portland H. B. CROMWELL It CO., Mo. 69 West Street flew York. Deo 6.1891. atf FOR SALE & TO LET. I loll *4- anti IlSuee L»U For Snip, . Located in Wc»tbrook, about rive V, minute* walk from the Horae Can at WotKilord'a corner. Also, tt»e pleasantly located two tl-Dwelling Home and Lit. rc oeutiy occupied by Mr. J C. Kemick Thelotoon tain* about two acre*, ai.d ■* oue ol tl»e tine*t loca tioua tor a genteel reaidei.ee to be tound in the «nb 5IS» being It a than two mile* from toe 1 ortlaiifl l oat Office, and command* a lino view ol flic city. i-’o, further particulars call on the undo signed ai 319 1-ore street, corner L'm- n Stnet jyHdlf BL’KL'S Dl.’NHAXI. Dwelling House lor Bale. A two sto-y dwell.ng house on f’nugrrs* St “**r,y 0PI,H»‘,e ,ht’ castellated Villa of S. L aiiiteft < arlton, t*q., ami on the tine of the Home Railroad 'Iti* bou»c c ntaiur fourteen iini.-heii and i* well adapted to accommodate two familn * with seperate cut building*. Htahle. Ac , und a wcl of a*er tu the yard. A large part of the piucba* money can lay on mortgage if iu*ir< d Th*a property will te oM r<*d at Auction on the Ural of August, it not acid before. , a, J , , ALLEN HAINES 1 ortland, July21,1864. Valuable riu m lor (.ale ai a Karenin. IN West Scarborough, on the Buxton road eighi mil«.* from Portland. &i <1 fix u.i!m from ?*aro cor^*iDtnR 1*^5 acres of whichbO acre* are |wo> diaud with a two a«ory hou*c, barn, aud wood aned. Wili Hold low either lor cash or on mortgage, or in ex change for real set ate in Portland. Ap*»ly to DARIUS H I.NGKAIIAM. . . .... ,,, 101 .Middle ftt., Port'mod. .Inly 16th, 1864. July 16 ed2w Moiim* and I.uikI for Snip at a Bar gain. fllHE li atory brick Huum> No. 9 Portland §tree\ -R- 1 he lot i* 63 leet on I’ottiaud street, runuiiid back to Oxfoid otreet. Said Louse is * tuated iu tht center ot the city, on the direct hue ol the Horst Rmlroad. Pri.e *1700,W, Sfkiu.uOol whic'-. can re main ou a mortgage. lor farther particulars in quiroof MM. ALLEN Jr., jy lSeodtl Nos. 13 aud 16 Exchaage Street. Valuable Keul Eifate for bale. X\^K have for sale a very desirable lloa'e, oeu * * . “uu; ivwiw, uuvi.ta ui.a lurtmhed from garret to collar; every thing iu and about the hou«e in perfect ordtr; will be bold witl the F urniture, which ■< «ugood taate aud in fine Ol der. Immediate ion given, lhe houoe aud furniture can be examined at any time, and inter mation give by calling on ilE^Kl UA1LKV A Co., Auctioneers. iniylMtf Land on Free street Tor Sale. TUE Tamable real estate on Free street, known ss the "Furbi-h property ” The lot Is about UW feet on 1- ree afreet and e%tend* back about 174 ten. 8aid estate will be sold as a whole, or the easterly halt of the dwelling house, with lot about 40 by 175 feet, will be acid by itself Application may be made to Jam*8 Furbish, Esq., on tne premises, or to likO. K li. J AL'K.".UN, Julyldtt_ 65* Exchange afreet. For Sa^*. ASQl'AKF block of land, of about 73000 *crtJ of Hood land, on the south side of the riv»i 8t. Law ranee. iu Cauada Fast It i* iutrici-eded by two considerable rivt-ra wiih eligible Mu! ait*. Well wooded with every description o! timber, such as piue and spruce in large quantities. aud maple, bercb. beech, tam&rac auu baas wo d t< any amount. Enquire of H. 1. MACHIN’, Portland Portland. Feb 1SA4. feb# endt f For Kale. 4 CLIFF COTTAGE, ooutaining over Ft ala,*, rooms,large stable anti shed?—Militated twe [ aud one-half mile* from Port land, aud the j I finest situation in Cape Elizabeth for a wt J-\ term* pltN. and summer boarder*. Foi particular*enquire of OEO.OWKiN, •p7dtf MX Congres- Strset. Portland. For Sal*-. THE valuahlr estate on the westerly corner ol High am) Spring sirens, lor manv vears owned and occupied by the late Ueorge Barrel' J. ft E. M. U»XI>. 123 Middle St. | July 6,1884. julythtlm For salr. A1VVO story JInuse and Lot. situated on Port land street, wiih Stable and other oat buildings. Also two adjoining lots containing about eight thousand square feet. Enquire of N. STEVENS, No. 47 Port laud street. JuurLMtl Units* F«»r Sale. A TWO story wooden bouse. No 18 Adams street, 4a. 11 finished rooms, convenient for two families; plenty of good water. For particulars require ol B. J. WILL ABO. Portland, May 14,1884. maylleodtf To Li-t. fjtOER O filers, single or in suites, over Store. Nos. 153 and 164 Exchange .street. opposite the inter national tiou.e. Apply o j thepremises to j J>4 dtf A. L. BROWN. To Let. O fOKE now occupied by us. Possession given O immediately. Alio, a Front OSoelu liansou Block. Jan8 dtf 14. J. L1BBEI ft CO. To Let. ONE STORK In Galt's Block. Apply to H. T MACHIN, \ apsi* dtf To Let. CHAMBERS over stores 110 and 113 Federal St. Apply to J. COOL1DOE ft Co . 81 Commercial street 1 Portland. July W.—d8w "medical. —■■ *T r - ■ •' ■. ■ — B'Ow* . „rl, fit ii Jr L)Jt. WHIGHTH REJUVENATING ELIXIR! OB, ESSENCE OF LIFE. 1‘RKl'AUlCD fROM 1'UBK VXOKTABLK EXTRACTS CONTAINING NOTHING INJURIOUS TO THK HOST DELHATX. : fllHK Rejuvenating Elixir is the result of modern ** discoveries in the vegetable kingdom, being an I entirely new and abstract method of cure, irrespec i tive of all the old and worn-out system*. This medicine has been tested by the most emi nent medical men of the day, aud by them prononnc- j ed to be one ot the greateot medical discoveries oi ’ I the age. One bottle will cure General Debility. A few doses cure Hysterics in females. One bottle cures Palpitation of the Heart. A fow do:*e* restore the organs of generation, from one to three bottles restores the manlines ; and full vigor of youth. A few do-es restore the appetite. Three bottles cure the worst case of Impotency. A few doses cure the low-spirited. One bottle restores mental power. A few doses bring the rose to the cheek. This medicine restores to manly vigor aud robu health the poor, debilitated, worn-down, and de pairing devotee of sensual pleasure. The listless, enervated youth, the overtasked men i of business, the victim of nervous depression, tho I ndividual suffering from general debility, or from weakness of a singe organ, will all And immediate and permanent relief by the nse of this Elixir or Ea- j since of Life. Price *2 per bottle, or three bottles lor *6, and I forwarded by Express, on reoeipt of money, to any address. Sold by all Druggists everywhere. DH. W H. MEHW1N & Co., BOLE PROPRIETORS, No. 69 Liberty-«t.. New York. i CHEllOKEE PILLS! SUGAR COATED. FEMALE REGULATOR, HEALTH PRESERVER, CERTAIN AND SAFE. For the removal of Obstructions, and the Insurano of Regularity in tne Recurrence of the Monthly Period*. They cure or obviatethose numerous diseases tha spring from irregularity, by removing the rregular tty itself. They e«r<* Suppressed,Excessive and Painfai Men* situation. They cure Green Sickness (Chlorosis). They cure Nervous and Spinal Affections, pains in the back and lower parts of the body, Heaviness, Fatigue on slight exertion. Palpitation of the Heart Lowness of Spirits, Hysteria, Sick Headache, Gid diness, etc., etc. In a word, by removing the Irreg ularity, they remove the cause, and with It all the effects that spring from it. Composed of simple vegetable extracts, they con tain nothing deleterious to any constitution, how ever delicate— their function being to substitute strength for weakness, which, when properly used, they never fail to do. All ifiUers seeking information or advice will bo promptly, freely and discreetly answered. Full directions accompany each box. Price ffl per box, or six boxes for •£. Sent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of price. Sold by all reepectablo Druggists. Dr. W. B. MEBWIN A Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS, No. 59 Liberty-st.. New York. feb6c od Jccowlv Female STRENGTHENING CORDIAL. This Medicine is of long tried efficacy for oorrcct iug all disorders incidental to the feminine sex. That the afflicted may feel assured that this Cordial is truly valuable aud worthy their eontf<lence,- not one of those secret compounds purposed to destroy healthy action, 1 add a lew testimonials from phys icians wi.oui ail, favoring the Electric and Reformed Practiced Medicine, 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 Cordial similar to that preparation by DR. GEO. W SWEPT. 106 uanover Street, and 1 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 Medioi ik appears to exert a specific influ ence on the Uterus. It is a valuable agent in all de rangements of the Female Reproductive Organs." Dli. SMITH, President of the New York A*sO clatioixof Botanic Physicians, says: “ No Female, if in delicate health, ehoud omit the timely use of this valuable Cordial. 1 owe much ot my success iu midwifery to the use of this Medi cine.” MOTUERS AND MARRIED LADIES The following from Dr. FA Y is worthy your no tice : Asa general remedv for Female Complaints this * Cordial1 is a very valuable one, but by the Profes sion it is esteemed more highly for its good result during Confinement in relieving the great suffering attendant upon childbirth. I acknowledge with Dr. Smith that much of my success in midwifery is due j to the use ot 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 week* previous to confinement. a* by the energy it imparts to the uterine uervou- system the labor will be very much facilitated. and removes the scraps w hioh many female* are Pablo to. No womau.ifshe knew the great value of this Strength ening Cordial would fail to use it." I have received numerous testimonials from diff ; erant parte of the country where used. Knowing j the good it is capable ot doing, I w 11 warrant avery bottle of my *' Cordial” to bo satisfactory in its re ! suits. The following symptoms Indicate those affections in which the Female Strengthening Coreiat has j proved invaluable : Indisposition to Exertion, Wakefulness, Uneasi ! ness, Depression of Spirits, Trembling, Loo* of Power, Pain in the Back. Alternate Chill*, and i Flushing of Heart, Dragging hfensation at the ! Lower Part of the Body, Headache. Languor. Ach ing Along the thighs. Intolerance of Light and bound, Pale Countenance, Derangement of >he : Stomach and Bowels. Difficult Brea thin#. llv*t«ria ftc . Ac. It U a speciAc remedy in all Uterine Diseases, Chlorosis ot Green f»icknr*s, Irregularity, Painful* ness. Profuse or Suppression of Customary Dis* charge*. Leuoorrhara or Whites, Scirrhus or Ulcer ate 8tate o! ttie Uterus, Sterility, 4c No better Tonic can possibly he put up than ibis, and uone less likely to do harm, and it is composed wholly ot vegetable agents, and such as we have knowu to be valuable, and have used for many year*. PRICE, One Dollar Per Bottle, or aiz bottles for 96 Should vour druggist not have It. send directly to us, and when six bottles or more are ordered we will pay all expenses, and have it securely packed from observation, lie sure and get that prepared at the New England Botanic Depot. 106 Uanover 8t. Boston. GEO. W. 8WKTT. M. D , Proprietor. II. H. HAY, Agent, Portland. mch3 eod6m STATEMENT OF THE iEtna Insurance Company, OK HARTFORD. CONK., On the 1st day of November. A. D. 1363, as required by the Laws of the State of Maine. rho Capital Stock ti.91.500,000 and with the surplus is invested as follows: ' Real estate, unincumbt red, 867,963 18 Cash in hand, ou deposit, and in agents’ hand*, 316,960 66 United State* Stock*. 512.847 60 Slate and City Stock*, anil Town Rond*. 66y 460 00 Bank and Trust Company Stock.-, 1,047.270 no Mortgage Bonds. 331,960 00 Atlantia Mutual In*. Co'* scrip. 1863-3, 15,886 60 Total Asset*, *3,025.879 74 Amount of Liabilities lor Lossc* not due or adjusted. *176.411 (1 Amount at risk, estimated, 115,616,479 pf THUS. A. ALEXANDER, President. Lucre* J. llaaDin, Secretary. Hartford, Nov. 7, 1S63. J, C. CHURCHILL, Agent, No. 4 Iron Block, Portland Pier. dec6 dtf Dirigo Insurance Company ON THM CITY ON PORTLAND. Oltiee No. 38 ExchaiiKe street. Capital $200,000 11 HIS Company U now prepare,! to issue policies on all kinds of propertv insurable against lire, at cut reut rates A. K. 8HUBTLEF, President. JEREMIAH DOW, Secretary. Directors. J. B. Brown, 5. E. Spring, D. W. Clark, J. B. Carroll, Joun Lynch, II. I Robinson TRCSTEkS. St. John Smith I 11. M. Paysou. C. II. Haskell. Andrew Spring, N. O. Cram, I Philip H Brown. II N. Jose, | Jere. Dow, G. H Woodman, II .1. Libby, U. 1. Robinson, J N. Window, 8. C. Chase. Alvah Conant. Wm. Moulton. Portland. May 4. 1864. mav&dtt Notice. THIS day I give to mv two sons. E. J. and Chaa. Randall, tneir time, to set and trad ■ Wr them* I [ selves; I shall not claim tbhlr wages, or pay their ’ debts. T C. RANDaLL, Kex*r Fails, Me. i Witness, Wary Pfllsbury, Mary 8. Pillsbury. June 27,1864 Juavto MEDICAL. | -. ■ ■ 'TT-'j >Tzr:mm.m ~ i »| Lyon’s Periodical Drops THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyons Periodical Drops! ARB BITTER THAR ALL Pill*, Pow<ler*dr Quack Preparations. ; Lyons Periodical Drops! -ARB Sure to do Goodand cannot do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! j Tli« Ureal Female Keinedr LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ABB BBTTBR THAN ALL PILLS,POWDERS f QUACK PREPARATIONS LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARE SORE TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HARM. Lyon'* Periodical Drops THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops ARB BBTTBR THAN ALL PILLS. POWDBBI ' AND QUACK MBDICINBS. Lyon’s Periodical Drops ^re ^nre to do Good unci cannot ' do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Orcat Female llemcdjr. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS AB* BBTTBB THAI AIL Pills, Powder* and Quack Preparation*. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS Bt’RK TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO BAKU ( Lyon’s Periodical Drops THE OBEAT FEMALE BEMEDT Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are better than all Pill*, Powder*, And Qnaok Preparation*. Lyon’s Periodical Drops, Sure to do Good and cannot do Harm. Price, $ 1 per Bottle. For sale by ail Druggist*. At wholesale by W. F Phillip*, H. H. Hay A Co., Portland. aug33 eodlv CAT ADR II ! NOISES IN THE HEAP I ! < TRKJ) BY 1XIIALIXG -A. Harmless Fluid, OF AliRKEABLK ODOR. NO VIOLENT SYRINGING Of the Head. THE KENAK OF TASTE AX» SMELL RESTORED DK. K. 4.00DALE’S CATARRH REMEDY. Dr. Good ale has combatted Catarrh until he has fought it down. It ha* been a long war, bnt hi* tri umph is complete. Through all coming time hi* Ca tarrh Remedy will be known as the only one anti ( dotv fo* » disease which superflcialista have declar ed incurable. Catarrh doctors, so called, spring up like mushroon*. on ail sides. The object of these pocket practitioaer* is money. They use dangerou instruments. Th«ir violent manipulations irritate the already inflamed membrane. They never cure. Dr. Goodsle's treatment is medicinal, not mechani cal. Ho does not believe fh the force-pump system, which is working so much mischief. His remedy passes through the absorbeuts. to the «eat of the dis- 1 ease, and obliterates it. It does not relieve merely for a day, but for all time. Lastly, it costs a dollar a bottle—no more. Dr. Dodge qf Auburn X. !•* After having witnessed the effects of this Remedy in Catarrh, thus speaks of it;—It is truly and un conditionally * Herculean hpecitic tor the » hole dis ease. Much an article ought not to be “bid under a bushel/* aud an\ man who can invent so truly an efficient aud positive a remedy for such a loathsome disease, ought to be considered one of the bene.ac tors ol' his iace, and hi* name and the effects oi bis skill perpetuated. Yonrs respectfully. D L DODGE, A.M Plinf Miles, the ttell-knotm Traveller, And whose family phvsician Dr Good*!* was for mauv years, save—••If Dr. Gcodaie says he can cure Catari h. be ean cure it/’ Ac. Price $1 Mend a stamp for a pamphlet. Dr R GOODALK’M office ana Depot . 76. Bleeker •♦reel, one door west ot Broadway, oiew Yojk. 11. H. Hay Agent for Portland uune.a, imo. junezday TARK A UO.lSOA’i Patent Metallic or Copper Paint? for vessels* bottoms. To Ow ners nud .Uusit'rs of Vessels. Thu >u|>erior article la offered with the fulled eon fidunce. >V hen applied to WOODEN BOTTOM V£88£Ia8 it will be found a perfect substitute for Copper Sheathing, and a COMPLETE PRESERVATIVE iron WORMS. BARNACLES, CRASS, ke. Ves sels trading to the West ludia and Southern Porta will find it particularly for their interest to use tLe FATUIT Metallic oa Carrie* Paint. The proprietors will in every case guarantee, not only that their Copper Paint ia sui eriar to any now iu use. but also to auy that has been heretofore of I f red to the public. Printed direotiou* for use accompany each can. For sale, wholesale aud retail, by the Manufac turers’ Agents, LYMAN & MARRETT. Sliip Cbandlors, No. 115 Commercial Street, ap3t)3ta*3mPORTLAND. THE BOSTON FIRE lluiCK And Clay Retort Manafacturin* Co., Works. Ski Federal street, Office and Wareneuse 13 Liberty Square and 7 Battery march St. manufacture fire Brick, ail shapes aud airea, for furnaces required to stauo the most intense heat Furnace Blocks and Slabs, Locomotive Fire Blocks, Bakers’Oven and tireen-hou^e Tiles, Clay Retorts audnecessary lilee to set thorn, Fire Cement, FireClay and Kaolin The undersigned will give their special attention that alt orders for the above manufacture are execu ted with promptness. JAMES E MONO 4fO. Selling Agent*, 13 Liberty Square, Boston, neb 11 eod6in The Cabinet Organs MADE EXCLUSIVELY BY MASON & HAMLIN Are the best instruments of their class in the world. Nearly all the tnoat prominen* artists iu the country have given writteu teatiinouy to this effect, and these instruments are iu constant use in the concerts ol the most distinguished artists—as iiottschalk and others—a* well a* in the . ra* in the priuepal cit ies whenever such instruments are required. Price #tf> to *600 each. These instruments may he fbund at the Music Booms of the subscriber, where they will be sold at the manufacturers’ prices. II. 8. EDWARDS, No.349* Stewart's Block, Congress St. _ apr!3dtt Evergreen Cemetery. TITHE Superintendent of Evcranen Cemetery will A. be »thi« office, In Naw Cit^Bui tiinjr. entrance on Mvrtle 8treet. from lffio'clock JL to * o'clock P. M.. every d.y, except Sunday., to Rond to xny cull, in connection with Mid Cemetery. Order* may b. I.ft at tb. office at any time, apttdtoaagl H.C.BABB, 8up.rtat«iidnat MEDICAL. MOKE TEJSTIUOM VSvX ! m MRS. MANCHESTER liconstantly receiving unsolicited testimonial. 01 :ho astotuaKing carts performed by her. Among many reoontly received arc the following, which are lommendod to the notion of the afflicted, lira. Man theater may be consulted at !fo. 11 Clapp’s Block, Room No. • - A CASK OR SPINAL DISK ASM CURED This I. to certify that 1 went to ko Mrs. Manches ;er last March with a daughter of mine troubled with i iplnal disease, for whioh she had been doctored foi iro years, and by a number ol phyeioiana of tinds; and she has had twenty-ore applications ileotrielty applied, but all to no effect; but she com f anally grow worse. 1 came to the oonalualon, ■he laat resort, to go and see Mrs. Manchester, and iid so; and to my great aurpriae she told me the first »use ol thg disease, and how aha had beeaftem time to time, which enoouraged me to try ber medicines. I didso, and now my daughter is able to be aronnd the bonse nil of the time. 8healso rides ten or fii teen mile, without any trothln or lnocavenienoe.and I think in n short time she wilMbe restored to perfect health, since my daughter has been doctoring, I have hoard of a great many oases that Mrs. M snobs s tor hme eared. I think if any person deserves pat ronnge.lt is the one who tries to preserve the health of theaiek and suffering; and 1 know that she nans every effort which lias la her power to benefit hot patients. Sabah L Hsiubt*. Gaousn Kbiobth, Bast k. Kwaurs, _ . . „ . kMBAEBinmtn. * Mr—iwick, Hants, isywl Ms. ONE OR THE GREATEST CURES ow MU Ott Man. Eascibtss-Dear Madam:—Thinking stateaaont of my ease may be of eervioe to others similarly Afflicted, I hasten to give it to yon. This Is briefly my pass 1 was taken sick about la months ago with the Liver Complaint In a very had form. I applied to four different physicians, but re ceived BO benefit until I sailed ou you. At that time 1 had gtvea up buslaese, and was in a very bad state, bat after taking your medicine for a short time 1 be gan to recover, and in two months i was entirely we'l, and had gained several pounds of fieeh, sag can truly say that by your skill I am a perfectly heal hymaa. Jonera Davtf, Boston t Matas Depot, Portland, Me. A REMAREARLE CURE OR A CASE OR DRo S T CURED B T MRS. MANCHESTER This Is to certify that I have boon eared off the Dropsy of fiiteen years .tending by Mrs. Manch es ter. I hare been to physicians la Boston. Row Tork and Philadelphia. They all told me that they coal I do nothing for aw, anless they Upped me. and as sared me that by Upping I coaid live but n short time. I hid fn&ds nn m* mind fn an hstmm and lima. J u loaf x I could with the disease. and than die. Oa ■ay way home I stayed over night la Portland with n friend ol mine, and told them what my mind ai a regard to my dfsexe. They finally persuaded me to go and toe His. Manchester. She examined me and told me my case exactly. I was to much astonished to think that the told me eorreotly, that 1 told her that I would take her rnedl elnee, Bothering the least Ihith that they would me any good, or that I should get the slightest rellel from any coarse whatever. InaHy I took the r.edl elne and went home. In one week from the tlwe 1 eommeaoed taking the medicine, I had over three gallons of water pees me la seven hoars; and my fol low sufferers may X assured that it wx a great rebel to me. I had not boea able to lie down In hod tt night before this for two years. Now I can lie do' with perleet ease. I have taken her medic!nr eight months, and am x well x any man coaid \ to bo, and no eigne of dropsy. I weald advfc. that urn sink to go and ocnsult Mrt. Mauoht, even If they have been given ap by other \ riels ns. I have sent her a cumber of car os of oil itieatsea, and she ha* eared them also, bo and for yourselves. I had no faith, bat now my hit', cat not X lbaked la her skill la tailing and etna* disease. Ciuur 8. Haaaoa, Sanaa K. Haaaoa, Maar A. Haaxca Eomgor, Monts, April Id. Omoi Hotraa—Frem S A. M. tiil l P. H. eaelT laftoatal edly DR. J. K. HCVHEa oaa an reran ay aia PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, No. 9 Temple Street, WHERE X can X consulted privately.and with the utmost confident* by the afflicted, at all hoars daily, from 8 a.x.to >r. a Dr. H. addressee those who are suffering under tX affliction of privets disease, vsXtker arising from Impnre oouuection or IX terrible vice of sell-abuse. Devoting his entire time to thel particular branch ol the medical profession, X feels warrantee in l, I'a a rsTiaixu a Cuailx all Cans, wXiXr of tea, * standing or raoeatly contracted, entirely removin tX dreg* of disease from the system, and mahiae perfect and PERMANENT CUES. He would call the attention of IX afflicted te i fact ot his long standing and well earned reputation, famishing so moJeataMaraaeo of his skill and ex Mss. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Every Intelligent and thinking person mast know that remedies handed oat from general xe sXald Xv# their efflcaoy established by well-tested expe rience in the Xade ef a regularly educated physi cian, whose preparatory study fits him lor all the duties he must fulfill ; yet the eoaatry is Hooded wife poor nostrum* end cure-alls, purporting to X tX beet in the world, whloh are not only artless, but al ways injurious 1 be unfortunate should X nine ut-an in selecting bis physician, x it X a lamentable yet iacontreverUble foot that many syphilitic ap Heats are nude miserable with rained constitutions by maltreatment from inexperienced physicians la Seneral practice; for it X a point generally eoaeeded y the beet syphilograpXrs, tXt the study end man agement of these complaints should engross the whole Hme of those who would be competent and sacceufol in their treatment and care. TX tana perienced general practitioner, hating neither op portunity nor time to make himself acquainted with their pathology, commonly rasrae- one system ot treatment, in most cases making an indiscriminate nse of that antiquated and dangerous weapon, Her wry, HATE CONFIDENCE, All who Xve committed tn excess of any fclad, whether tt be the solitary vice el yoath, or the Straw tng rebuke of misplaced confidence in malarer years, SEEN FOE AN ANT WO TE IN SEASON. Prostration that may follow Impure Coition, ara the Barometer to the whole system. Do not wait for the consummation that ia tan to ltd* low, do not wait for Unsightly Ulcer*, tor Disabled Limbs, tor Lost of Beauty and Complexion. HOW MANY THOUSANDS CAN TESTIFY TO TBIS B T UNHAPPY SXPBRISNCS. Young Men troubled with emissions In sleep, a complaint generally the reealt of a bad habit ta youth, treated scientifically, and a perfect earn war runted or no chxrg* made. Hard!/ a day paeeee but we are consulted by one or more young men with the above disease, tome oi whom are ae weak and emaciated as though they had the consumption, and by their friends supposed to hare it. All such cues yield to the proper and only correct coarse of treatment, and in u abort Urns are made to rajoloe in perfect health. ' MIDDLE AGED there a» many men at tneik. _ ^ .soars troubled with too frequent evacuations trom tho bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting of burning seusatiou, and weakening the lyitsm In a manner tho patient cannot account for. On exam* & Ining urinary dep. sit* a tody sediment will often ho found, and sometimes small particle* of semen or albumen will appear, or the oolor will be of a thin mllklsh hue, again changing to a dark and turbid appearance. There are many men who die of this I difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which is the SECOND STAGE OF SEMINAL WEAKNESS. * 1 can warrant a perfect cure ia such oases, and a tall and healthy restoration of tho urinary organa. Persons who cannot personally consult tho Dr., can do so by writing in a plain manner a description of their disease, and the appropriate remedies will be forwarded immediately. All correspondence strictly oonfldential and will be returned if desired. Address. DR. J. B. HUGH KB. No. 6 Temple St., [corner of Middle] Portland R^Send Stamp for circular. Eclectic flrdical Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. DR HUGHES particularly lavlteeall Ladle*wh« used a medical adviser, to call at his rooms Ms 8 Temple Street, which they will tad arranted tor their especial accommodation. * Dr. li t Eclectic Renovating Medicines are aartvab led in efficacy and superior virtue in regulating nil Eemalc 1 rregularities Their action la speolfioemd certain ot producing relief in a short Ha*. eADIES will find It invaluable in all oases of ob structions after all other remedies have been tried la vain. It la purely vegetable, containing nothing ta ihe feast injurious to the health, and may betake* with perfoot safety at all timee. Seat to nay part of the country with full directions by addreeeln* t>R HUGHES, H». 8 Temple Street, cor tier of Middle, Portland. H. B.—LADIES desiring may oonsnlt on* of tbell own sc*. A lady of experience in oonstant attend »""*•*»! d»wlv JAMES EDMOND & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 13 LIBERTY SQUARE, . . BOSTON nmFSSSS&SiSa&Sr** C0LT' M pig inON, Also, BAR, Sl/BST, t BOILRR PLATS IRON, of English and Sootch Manufacture. Weshalleontinue to receive, in addition to our American Brick, a regular supply of a ■WU^SH, SCOTCH, a WELCH EIRE MS

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