Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, August 9, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated August 9, 1864 Page 4
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_IIUMQROUS. Sharp Speeoh. A Mr. J' 0. Wood.i cl, a young man of about tWeuiy, bad made himsalt particularly disa greeably to some p crsous by bis expressions of loyalty, and, out of derision, was called upon at a public meeting to make a speech. He re sponded to their calls iu substance as follows: Gentlemen : The great cry that is heard to day, has beeu peace, peaee. I tell you that there is no maD in the ualicn who desires peace more than I do, a permanent, lasting peace* (Cheers.) And, geut'emeu, I wilt tell you how we will get it. Fight this war out. Take every negro in the Rebel States and ex terminate every d-d rebel no matter where you llud him. (Hisses.) Gentlemen, you need not try to hiss me down, for I am a soldier, and have laced almost as mean a look ing crowd as is now before me. 1 mean the thieves and bushwhackers of Tennessee. 1 know I was called upon to make a speech out ol deiisiou, and I intend to tell you what I think of you. Wnen God said he would save Sodom if one righteous man could be found there, I have no doubt be would have done it, and to-day, if you all stood upon the briuk ol hell, and he were to say he would save you if one loyal man could be found among you, I have not the least doubt but there would be a great many strange laces in hell for supper. I will t. II you something more belore Heave you. The Baltimore Convention has nomina ted Ab.a'iani Lincoln and Andrew Johnson, and wc intend to elect them aud end this war too. We’ll subjugate every infernal rebel in the country, no matter whether North or South, for when armed rebels ou our front are whip ped, these old soldiers who have been through the. Southern Confederady will come home and walk right through your infernal Copperhead parly, just like Abe ruu his rail through the rotten canker of the old Demo cratic party. Gentlemen, when you wish to hear from me agalu, you have only to call upon me. I |tn always at home. Mr. Woodard is a resident of Ohio, and has beau adjutant of an Indiana Regiment. Ansclats of Lori Pulmirston. D.nu.» is responsible lor Ibe billowing: “£> i ne moutiis before my departure for Spain, I Was wn.li Victor Hugo, at a grand eveumg lecep.iuu given by Due Dccases. ai liie L ixeiulaiurg. Lord Palubrslon came to this reception, i'ue Djke presented to him the political personage* who swarmed in bis saloon. Bat, as we were only poets and ro ot nice writers, the presentation of Victoi Hugo and myself was lorgotteu. We consol ed ourselves uy clialliug away a poruou of the evening in a corner ol the saloon. It appeal ed that Lord Paunerstou had inquired who were the two misaulhropic beings that thus chatted together; they had told him our names, but not being presented. English eti quette positiveiy lor hade him to address a word to us. This is what occurred. Our two arm chairs—that of Victor Hugo aud mine—were touching each other. The Due de li-came to me and said: ‘Ido not know what is Lord Palmerston's ob ject, but be wishes that lor a moment you sUould sit upon the arm-chair which is to your right, aud thus leave vacant the one upon winch you are at present silting.’ 1 was satisfied to salute Lord Palmerston from my place, and to do as he desired. Lord Palincrslou tbeu arose mid look Lady Palmer sum by the hand, aud led her with marked solemnity to the vacaut chair, seated her, aud poiuted with bis Unger to the clock. 'My laly,’ said he, ‘have the kindness to tell me the hour.’ ‘it is a quarter pagt eleven, my lord.’ ■Well, my lady,’ replied his lordship,‘always remember, that at a quarter past eleven in the evening of this day, you have had the honor ol being seated between Messrs. Victor Hugo and Alexander Dumas, who are two ol the first literary characters of France; an honor which, during your life, you may never have again. Come, my lady.’ My lady arose, and, with the same solemni ty as they came, he reconducted her to her place, without addressing to either of us a single word.” A- Long Nook.—Bav. Mr. Moody, of Mon tague, b.t» been moat liberally furuisbed by ua tuie with lb it very necessary appendage to a luiau’s lace, bis nose. At a public dinner on a c irtaiu time, a geutlcmau wno sat opposite to Mr. M., thinking to get oil' a good joke at bis expense, remarked in a loud tone, " M r. Moody, tnere is a fly on the end of yonr nose.” i'uia threw the company into a roar, for the tone of voice conveyed ihe impression that the eud ol the nose was so lar from Mr. Moody, that he would uol have known a fly was ou it unless some kind Iriend told hint. But Mr. M. completely turned the tables by re.uarkiug iu his cool, dry way, “Well, sir, you are nearer the fly than I atn, wo iT you please to brush it oil?” The Hugh that went rouud the table at this sally of wu wav perfectly uproarious. Old Judge-, who resides not far from Cinctuuaii, is kuowu as oue who never pays a debt, if it can be avoided. He has plenty ol mouey, however. Is a jolly, rollickiug old «bap, aud gets drunk occasionally, when, ol C >ur»e, some friends take care of him. Not long ago he fell into the hands of a man who had ms note fora sum of money, and as it *»' * last chance, the mau dived into the old Judge s wallet, took out the amount, aud put the note where the money had been. Wjeu the Judge awoke to cousciousness. as was his wont, he look out his wallet to count how much mouey he was out. “How did l spend all my money?” “You paid off that note 1 hold,” answered the friend. “Well,” muttered the Judge, quietly dis posing of his wallet, “I must have been very drunk.” George W. lUaiiMon, GOLD & SILVER PLATER, 74 .Kiddie Street, Portland, Me. A share of patronage respctfully solicited aud •ft f«faoti< n i- iv* n. Or »*ri» from the cooutry promptly attended to. Addr#**- »*•>rgfi W. Matisou. U Middie atreet, Room No 10, up stairs, Port laud, Me. eiuu 14—d3 a A. & 3. 3HURTLEFF& 00.7 NOS. 51 & 50 mnOI.E STREET. rOKTUND, Manufacturers Ltd Dealers in Men’s Boys' and Youth'* Thick, Sip and Calf Boot*, Women’s Hisses and Children’s Goat, Kid and Call Balm 'rale, Bubbers. Shoe Stock, Findings, Ac. WITH our superior facilities for manufacturing and a large expeneuoe iu the business st we are able to sell as low as iu Bostou or elsewhere Deal-re are respectfully invite! to call aud ex amine our elect bet..re purchasing. *#~i»iders b' mail promptly attended to. Portland A rii 23, 1*14 dRm For llie iKlaiids. „Pn aud June 13th ’ he steam* I CASCO w:ll until further noth* 1 eave Burnham’* 'Vhart, lor Peak ► and Cush u**• Is ands at 9 and 10 JO A M .. and 2 SH'I3 UO? M. Keturning will loaveCuiihinx’gIglanc at **.49 and 11 15 A. M.. and 2 46 and 6.16 I*. M Tickets 26 cents, down and back; Children 16 ct*. June 9 -dtf Dissolution. THE firm of How a d A Strout, as Attorneysand Counsel .ns a’ Law, is this dav di-s.lived by mu tual consent. Eitlier partner will att» nd to the set tlemesit of of the budm»*«of the la*e tlnn Mr. Howard will c >utinue to occupy oIfix-91 Mid dle stree*. over Casco Bank. Mr Strout wd* OMnpy ofTic© 105 Middle street, opposite head ol Pluiub s.rot-t Joseph Howard, Sawall C. Strout. Portland. June 27. 1664 —d3ru Dissolution. fliilE copartnership heretofore existing betweei X. Sweat and «. leaves at* Attorney* a'Law, is thi day ni*i jived by mutual c -usont. The affairs ol tin laio firm wil be adju* ed bv eitlier party. wil1 c^ntiou in bu&iocs* at office No i 11. Mid 'lc street. Museey's How. ; q\ alidVilV* * a! Uie oflicr of Howard 4 Cleaves, No 91 Middle street, over Casco Bank L. 1) M 8 WE AT. Portland. July Hlh. Hf4WAnlAJl' * jGjgg» t,!,< «• II. KICK, ^^H^qURGE0N DENTIST NO 145 MIDDLE 8T., POHTLAND, ’ (Opposite foo' of Free Street.) Having fitted up the above named rooms, hr would be ha |>v to v a t on all wbo may wid» for the ser vice* of a *kil tul Dentist. Rvery branch cf / en tiitrtf \a 11 receive careful attention, and perfect *at taiacti .n will be warranted. j\2tf dBm 11 For Rnngor. //1 \\ Sch * ate A ubrev Jacobs maste*-, wil have imim-dUte dispatch. For freiglr _ aPply to the master on hoard, ^end o; Long Wharf or to I>. T. CHASE. Jul« 30—dtf J HEREBY Rive untie- that 1 huve thl» day Rlre> m an Jo(WB M Str. rr 1m time fr. m tbi, d»to »!.d will ol, m i one of hi. earning, uor pa anythin* for • l« pert, or an dcLt. of h « cor tr»c i r hereatlyr W ILL1 it STROUT Gorham J i 19th.Ihd4. ] vgw# PURTL » JfD IIRY DOCK COMPANY. Ajj i.iM.tno 't of El*bt Dollmri p*r .hare on tb. Capital stork of the Company In "ow duo anr p, »olo at the office of the Treaanrer, 117 C< dimer clBlitroot. C. M. DAVIS, Treaaurer. July 90th, 1894— dtf HOTELS. ! MOUNT ZIRCON IIOlsK, ▲T THE Oel bratsd Mt. Zircon Mineral Springs, i Milton Plantation, Me., Is now opened to the public, and no pains ■ will be spared ti.is t ascntc meet the wants and render pleasant and interesting tie ; stay of guest*. And also a* u*ual. I still | ^ooard cluaperthan any other summer notice iu New hngland. For cases of Dyspepsia, Kidney Complaint, Grav- i el, fetono iu th-* ft adder, and others riuular, 1 war rant a cure by the use of the water. Splendid seen- , ery and ride*. At the short distance ot lour milea cau be seen ltumlord Fal.s, tie largert in New knt land. Horsed and Cuiriayes to let Good Trent j fishing in str- am* and ponds A new road was built to the Hou-e !a«t .luce, making the accees easi er thau to any other Mountain Horae. Daily coach from Br ant's Pond fetation of the Graud Trunk j Railway to the House. Post Office address, Mt Zircon, Me. D. D. W. ABBOTT, Proprietor. J Mt. Zircon, July 29,1864. J>8»MGw Woa-Mido IIoiimc, HAKPSWEEE NECK, i CASCO BAY. Tbi* elegant and commodious Ho tel, situated ou the extremity of liarpsweil Neck, about half a miie be ow the well-known Mansion ! House, ha* just been completed after tiie tiec ^usoi v» M Hardieo, Esq.. Architect, and under h.s superintendence, and will be open tor company On nml nftrr the Fourth of July. The House i* the largest es ab ishmeut, construct ed expreasl) for the purp<«e of a Hotel,: t any W at ering Place on the coasl oi Maine. It is situated iu tbeccntieoi a dense grove of old trees, with ave nues and vi-tas opening to the waters of th. Bay, J but a few yards distant on either side. Nearly surrounded by the sea. and abundantly j shaded by trees, the House has a spacious and Leau- : ttfill verandah, extending o er thide bundled and thir-y .eit on three sides ot the building, with wide and tuornughl> veu-i ated hafts and corridors iu the > interior, so that visitors can enjoy the most cample e protection from the summer heat. The steamboa' w han and boat landings are on the we-t side, but a tew s«eps from the House. Ample j facilities are at hand for boatingauufinbiog. On the east side is a tine gravel be*cb. v, heie the luxury of •tea-ba hiug can be ei jo> ed at a.I times ol the tide. At a short distance ou the no. thea.-t. across an arm of the sea i» Orr's Island, celehiated by Mrs Beech j er b.owe's w h known novel. The S a feide House Is acc -s ible by land from i Brunswick liftceu miles distant . b> one o the finest d ives iu the State, and by daily steamboat from i | Portland through the inside passages among the ! islands ot the Bay. Visitors coming from the Kennebec and other parte oi the m en r, ran l«ftv« ih> railroad at Brun* i wick, and proceed bv s'age ru Harpswell, or contiu ! ue to Portland an 1 take the steamer, which runs down and back twi„e a day. JJHN T. SMITH, Proprietor. Jy«tf___ ! BRADLEY'S HOTEL, -OB THB J American and European Plant,, Cor, of Commercial & India Sts. This House is si uated directly opposite atbe Grand Trunk i.ai roa i Depot, anu head i |ot Boston and i*ortland Moaint r* Wbar 1 Codec ted with till- iiout>ei* a first class _.Oyster and Dining Hull. J .ME* HKADLkY, Jr., &, CO., Proprietors. J. Bradley, Jr. F. H. Bradley. Junel5d6m Atlantic House, SCARBUKO’ BEACH. THIS Hnnreharing b^en cnlarrrd and J refitted throughout will open lor the sea* 1 •<-n on *1 Monday, June 13, 1864, E. GUNNISON. , N. B.—Positively closed on the feablath to all i transient visitors. junell Ocean House Re-Opened! The undersigned having lea-ed for the *•« a*on this well estab ifhed Watering place, charmingly ritual* d < n the outer verge o 1 (■Cape Elizabeth. With unrivalled lacili LBiie* lor Bathing, Boating, auJ FUliiiic, Will open tor transient and permanent guests on and after Tuesday, the 7th day of June. Everv desirable convenience w ill be supplied for the pleasure and com on* ol it* patrous with regard to the requirements and character ol a FIRST CLASS HOTEL. Wo feel assured that* ur exertions, added to the unusual attraction* ol the house itself, will secure us the at.probation and patronage ol the public. trJT“Positively elated on the 8abb.ith. 11 ILL k JORDAN, Proprietors. Cape Elizabeth, June 7,1864. dtf BAY VIEW HOUSE, CAMDEN. The Subscriber* take pleasure in an nouncing o their friends und ai> interested in finding a first class sea-side Hotel accom modalionp.tnat their new and spacious Ho i t<n .»!.« oeop nearly inJuue. Itcoutains all the mod j yru improvements and every convenience lor the comfort and accommodation ol the travelling pub lic. It is finely located, comma- ding an uunvailed view of the Penobscot Bay. The advantages ot ses bathiug and the laciiities for fichitig and boating, are unsurpassed. For its beautiful scenery aud de lightlul drives and walks, Cainden i- already favor abl know n as one of the most eligible and delight ful watering places iu New Eugland. Connected with the Hotel is a fine Livery Mable, horses and carriage* having been selected with great care. The carnages art from the best establishment* in the counti y, and on the most approved style*, steam boat lan ing* easy of acet-s*; steamers touching ev- i ery da\ in the week. lelegruph communication 1 w tb all parts of the country. Those wishing o se cure good rooms will do wel. to apply soon, as many are ai ready i n gag d. CU SUING k JOUNSIDN, Proprietors. Camden, June 2, 18b8.—dtf Pleasant feiihuihitii Ke»ort. CAPI8IC-SOUSE, WEST BROOK. This e'egant suburban Watering Place, rlocaied upon a pleasant eminence neai Ca ,S'C Pond but ij miles from Portland, hav ing been placed in the most ample truer by -jttie sul^criber, he in u s i respt erulh svJicii* tneai.ciition oftbe public, and cordially invite* a call from bis old friend*. I be house is pleasant, retired an quiet The I furniture am furnishing* are all new, ana tht rooms i c‘**y a''d nightly. I be tables are supplied with a): i tb® UwlHcacie* as well as the sub-tautiai* 01 the sea son, and the service ot one ol the very best cooks in i ^®* bi-glind have been *ecuied. Extensive shed* and a due -table with roomy stall* Are am ug the convenience* ol the establishment A uicc Bathing House sutii ient for the acconiino I datum <*f several batheisha* been erected with step* projecting into teu teet of water, aud the whole *e I cured from >b*ervat on by a flouting sere- n Smoking Arr or* grace the bank* 01 the Pond and invite the indulgence ot the louliger. Hoping f r a are of the public patronage the un dersigned prom s- * to spare no effort lor ilte en er tainnu tit of his guest*. UfcO. W. MtKCd. Westbrook. May 21, )W4. rua\21dtf HALLOWELL HOUSE REOPENE DI HEW FURHITPRE & FIXTURES! 8.G. DE.WIS, Proitilclor. ffy The public are specially informed that the snacious, conveni-nt ami well known Uallowill iioras, in the c* titer of Hallowel), two mile* from Augusta, and four mies from bogus Spring, has been refurnished, and is open for the reception of company and permanent boarder*. Every attention will be given to the comfort of guest*. STABLING, and all the usual conveniences a popular hotel, are amply provided. ftlaJlowel , Feb. 1 1864. mch25eodtf TOE AMERICAN HOUSE, Hanover Street • . . • Boston, i rbe Largest and Beat Arranged HoteJ IN NEW ENGLAND.* LEW IS HU E, Proprietor* oddly « n v or POHXUI0. N'OTICE is hereby given that‘t i« the Intention of the City Ceuuctl to discontinue the North “ast.-rn eud of (ongrew street, beginning at the gou'hweeturly Uneof the A. & 8 L. Railroad and continue g to low water mark. And the Joint Stand ing Committee of the City Counoil. ou laving out new streets, in pursuance of an order of the City i Council passed on the first day of August, will meet for paid purn se mi Wednesday the tenth day of Aueu»t, at 11 o’ch ck iu the fort noou. at tlie Mayor’s (•dice and then proceed to di continue said end of Congress St. Ah persons will take notice and gov e n them** Ives accordingly. Given under our hauus ou this second da v of Au. gust, A.D. 1864. 3 Jacob McLillak, ~ BrKvnn* Smith. Committee WII H Stewart, . V" Cyruh K. Ladd, i-avingMit Jvo. D SkUWMAN, Aew M" ___ augodtd Assistant Quartermaster's Office, 1 rortiaud, Me., Aug. 1st, 1801. I IJROI’OSAI.S will be received at this office until 12 o’clock M. on the 10 h i' st.. f'r ut p! fug the costs and ( ainj s in this vicinity wi*h wood a« d c* al tssi ”?*•»!* *** mo1 tbs eomxnencii g October 1st, 1W4. rach bid must be sccompan cd I v the i anie-* ,,WV reBpon«ible persons retrain s of Portland,to j d M B for the faithful per- , formanc-'of the contract. V* an#1 '‘txiorwtd “Proposals for wood .ud 00.1," Box 1S22 l-o.t B!«. IfonUnd, , Mo- Hh.Mir IN JUS, _.„^ltd ®**,t a. q. «.. a. g. a. To l,*M. ' CHAMBERS over .tor.-. 110 rd 112 F. dcral Kt Apply to J. COOl.lDt.Ri o„ , bi' j i _ , , , „ *1 Commerci.l street. Portland, Jnly 20—dtw --- . —__ _—1 Ban* fliance. TO purchase a stock ^f Millinery, with rent of one of the best stands iu the citv. Address through r e., j>aetf milliner, Portland* | _PROPOSALS._! PROPOSALS. Proposals for timber and matebi-1 AL8 FOR Tilt NAVY. Navv Defabthest, Bureau of Lonttrnction and Repair, June HO, 1864. Sealed Fropoials to furnish Timber aud Materials j for the Navy, for the fiscal year ending June 3u, 1866, w ill be received at the bureau of Construction ] Mid lt< pair, until 10 o’clock of J he 1st day of Au- | gust utxt, at which time the opening will be com menced. ... , _ l’roposals must bo endorsed "Proposals for lim ber and materials lor the Navy,” that they may be distinguished from oUkt business letters, and di- : rected to the Chief of the bureau ot Construction 1 and liepair. 1 he materials aud articles embraced in tne classes | named are particularly described in the priu ed schedules, any oi w hich will te lurniehed to such a isalrito nilfgpi a,-i n ation to the commandants ot the respective yaros, or to the Navy Agents near est thereto, aud those of all the yatds upon applica tion to the bureau. Tuis division iuto classes being for the convenience of dealers iu each, such elapses only will he furnish ed as are actually required lor bids. The Command ant and Navy Agent lor each station will, in addi tion to the schedule ol classes of tlieir own yards, have a Copy of the schedules ot the other jards lor examination only, from which may be judged wheth er it will be desirable to make application for any ol tho classes of those yards. All other things being equal, i reference wiu be given to articles of Amer ican niiuulacturc. Offers must be male for the whole of the class at any yard, upon one of the printed schedules, or in i-trict conformity therewith, or they will not be con sidered. Upon application to the bureau, to the Command ant ol any yard, or to any Navy Agent, tho lorm of offer, ol guaranty, and other ueces»ary iulortuatiou respecting tne p opo als, will he furnished. The cou ract will be awarded to the lowest bidder who gives proper guaranties, as required by the law of August lu 1846, t eNavy ueparimeut reserving the rig..t to reject tne lowest bid, or auy which may be deemed exorbitant. 1 ho coutiaots will bear date the day the notifica tion is given aud doiivtrics cau be d inaiided from that date. bui etios in the full amouut will be required to sign the contract, aud their responsibility certined to by a United States Dis.nct Judge, United h au*s Dis trict Attorney, Collector or Navy Ageut. As addi tional security, twenty per centum will be withheld from the amount ot the bills uutil the contracts shall have been completed, aud nighty per centum ol each bill, approved iu tiipiicate by me commandants of the respective jards, win be paid by the Navy Agents at the points ol delivery, iu luuds or certilicatts, at ’heoption ot the tioverumeut, within tea days af t»r tue warrant for the same shall have been passed by the Secretary of the ITeaaury. The following are the classes required at the re spective navjr-yards. I l ftU 1 . Class No 1, White uak Logs; No 2, White Oak Keel ami Keelson l'i ces; No 3, White Oak Curve Timber and Ku'-ea; No 4 White Oak Plank; No 6, Yellow Pm** Logs; No 7, Yellow Piue Beams; No 8, \ eiluw Piue Ma*t» and Spar limber; Noll. White Pin* Plamt ami Hoards; No 12. White pine u d While oak Deck l’lank. No 13. Ash Logs aud Plank; No II. A h Oar*; No 16. uickory Butis; No 17. Cedar Boards; No 16, Locust; No 19, White Oak Btavesacd Heading. Noli , Black ipruca; No 23. Liguuinvitje; No 26, Iron, round, flat aud square; No 26, Meet; No 27. Iron -Spikes; No 28. iron Nails, wrought and cu ; No 30, Lead ; No 3l,Tm and Zinc ; No 33, Hardware; No 34, loois for Stores; No 86 White Lead; No 37. Ziuc Patuts; No 88, Colored Paints d yer; No -9, furpeutine. Varnish; No 40, Linseed Oi ; No 41, Glass; No 44, Fish Oil; No 46, Tallow, boap; No 47, Ship Chandlery. CHABLESTOW5. Class No 1, W*hlu» Oak Logs; No 2, White Oak Keel Piece*: No 8, White Oak Curved Timber; No 4 White Oak Plank; No 6, Yeuow pine Logs; No 10,White Pine Ma.-t* and epar limber; No 11, Whito Pine Logs Plank au > Boards; No 12, While Pine Deck and 8 age Plank ; No 13, Asn Logs and Piauk; No 14. Ash oars; No 16. Bison Walnut and Cherry; No 16. Locus<; No i9, Waite Oak Staves aud Head iug*; No 20, Black bpruce; No28, Liamimvi?«; No 25. Iron; No 20, steel; No 27, Iron bnikes; No 28, 1 roc Nails wrought, aud cut; No 30. Lead; No 81, /me, liu aud bolder; No 38, Hardware; No 34, tools lor btore, be; ho 56. White Lead; No 87, Zinc Paints; No 86, Co ored Paint*- No 89, Turpentine aud Varnish; No 40, Liuroed Oil; No 41, Glass; No 44. Whale Oil; No 45. fallow, bosp and fcucet Oil; No 47, Ship Chandlery. BROOKLYN Class No 1. WldteOak Logs; No White Oak Keel Pieces; No 8, White Oak Curved limber; No 4, White Oak P lauk ; No6, Yellow Piue Logs; No 7, Yellow piue Beams; No 8, Yellow Piue Mast aud Spar Timber; No 9 White Oak Boards and Plank; No 11, White Piue l imber aud Log*; No 18. Ash Pi auk: No 14 Ash Oars; No 16, Hickory Bar# aud Hand spikes: No 16, Black Walnut and Cherry; No 17. Cedar; No 18, Locust; No 19, White Oak Staves and ilea iug; No20, Black bpruce; No 2*2, Mahog any; No 28, Ugnumvitw; No 25 Iron, round, flat, and square; No 26 Hu el ; No 27. Iron bpikes; No 28. Iron Nails, wrought aud cut; No 30. Lead; No 31. Ziuc, lin; No 33. Hardware; No 34, Tools for Stores; No 36. White Lead: No87, Zinc Paint; No 86, Colored Paints, dryers; No 39. Varnish; No 40, Linseed Oil: No 41, Glass; No 42. Brushes; No 44. Fish Oil; No 46, i allow; No 47, Ship Chandlery. PHILADELPHIA. Class No i.WtitleOAk Logs; ho 2, Whito Oak Keel Pieoes; No 3. White Oak Curved Timber; No 4, White Oak Plank; No 10. White Piue Mast aud Spar Timber; Noll. White Pine Piank and Boards; No 12. White Pine Deck Plank ana btage Piauk; No 13, Ash Logs and ( lank ; No 14, Ash Oars; No 16, Black Walnut, Cb Try, Mahogany; No 16, Cypress and Cedar; No 18, Locust Treenails; Kt 2U,Bmckbpmee; No 23, f ignumvi **; No 25. Iron, round, flat, square; No25 Steel; No 27. Irou rq.ike*; No 28. Ir u Nails, wrought, cut; No 30, Lead; No 31. Ziuc. Tin, and Holder; No 33, liar ware; No 34, Tools for Stores; No8i White Lead; No 37, Zinc 1’aiuU; No 88, Col or*le i Paints, dr)ert*. Ac; No 89. Varni-h; No 40, Linseed OH; No 41-Glass; No 44, Fish Oil; No45, I a low. Soap, bweet Oil; No47, Ship Chandlery ; Nio 43, Oakum; No 60, Ingot Copper. WASUIHOTOW. Class No 8. White Oak Knee Pieces; No 11. White Piue Hank and Boards; No 13 Ash Plank; No 14. Ash Oars; No 16 Black Walnut, i berry, ana Fla hogauy; No 17 t yreae: No kO, bpruce Pine bpa*s; No 22. Poplar; No 26. Iron, round, flat and square; No 26, bt« el. No 27. bpikes; No 28, Nails; No 39, Lead; No31 Zinc, liu. and Solder; No 33, Hard ware; No 34. Tools lor blurts: No 86. White Lead; No37, Ziuc Paint; No 33 Color'd Paints: No 39, Turpentine and VarLisli; No 40, Linseed Oil; No 41, Glass; No 45, Tallow, boap. Ac; No47 bbip Chat ti lery ; No 48, oakum; No 49, Tank Iron; No 50. in got Copper; No 52 Poles; No 54. Bellows. N‘>Tit—The Copper ref nod to in Class No 50 and to b* delivered • n it, must t o iqual to the kinds therein specified, and be mbj ct to the inspection of the ired by the schedules. OFFICE OF T H E ATLANTIC Mutual Insurance Company, NEW YORK, JANUARY 26, 1864. IT HE Trustees, in conformity to the Charter of the Company, ru .mit the following statement of iti* afT-ura on the 81st December, 8 8: Premiums received on Marine Risks, from 1st January, 1868, to 81st De cember, 1863, $1,214,308 93 Pr- nnuius on Policies not marked off 1st Jauaary, 1863, 1,706 f02 24 Total amount of Marins Premiums. $10,u06,001 17 No Po icicH have been issued upon Life Risks; nor uiion hire Risks discou ntt*d writh Marine Risks. Premium- marked oil from 1st Jan , 1863, to 31st December, 18.3, $7,607,666 66 Lon* x paid duiing t*« same period, 3.805.661 04 Returns ot Premiums and Excuses, 1.U82.967 48 The Company has the following Assets, via: Uni; d6iaiexandbt.it ol New York b toe*, City. Ban* an 1 otlier Stocks, $3,492 631 30 Loans secured by stocks,audother wise, l,46o,700 00 Real Edateaud Bonds and Mortgages, 193,760 00 Div id- ndx on Stock*.Interest on Bouds and Mortgages anu other Loans,sun dry Notes, re i surance and other claims due the Corap y , estimated at 104.964 61 Premium Notts and Bills Receivable, 8.27-i,676 68 Cash in Bank, 744.H13 8* Total amount of Assets, 99,266.456 32 Six per c^ut luterest on the outstan mg certifi es**" o. proiits will bj paid to the holders thereof, or their legal representatives, on and alter Tuesday, the beound of February rext. After reserving Threw aud One half Million Dollars of protits, the outstanding certificate# of the issue of 1862, w 11 be redeemed and paid to the holders there of. or their legal represeutativ s, on and after Tues day, the Second of February next, from which date ail imprest thereon will cease. 1 he certiticutes to be produce ! at the time ot payment, and cancelled. A Dividend of Forty Per Cent, is declared on the net earned premiums of the Company, lor the year ending 31»t Decetnb.r, 188 <, for which certificates will be issued, on and after Tuesday, the Filth of April next. The Profit* of the Company.ascertained From the 1st ot July.1842.to the 1st of Jau.<kl*63. for written Certificates were issued, amount to f 14,328,880 Additional from 1st Jan., 1863, to 1st Jauuary, 1864, 2,630 000 Total protits for 21J years. $16,068,880 The Certificate* previous to 1862, have been redeemed by ca-b, 11,690,219 Net earnings remaining with the Com pany, ou 1st January, 1864, $5,263,670 By order of the Board, W. TOWNSEND JONES, Secretary. | THUS!'EES. John D. Jones, David Lane, Charles Dennis, James Bry-e, W. ii. li. Moore. Thos. TilHston, ] Henry Colt, A. A. Low, W.C. P'Ckersgill, Wrn. E. Dodge, Lewis Curtis, Deunis Perkins, Clias. J, Ku»*e)l, Jos. Gailiard, jr.. Low 11 iloltrook, J. Henry tturgy, P. A. Hargous, Cornelius Gnnuell K. W \Ve*ton, C. A. Hand, Ho\ al Phelp , Watts Sberman, Caleb Uarmow, K. E. Morgan. A P. Pillot, It. J. llowlaud, Leroy M. Willey, ttenj. Babcock. Daniel S. Miller, Fletcher Wes tray, 8. T. Nicoll, ]{. B. Minturn, jr., Josh's .1 Henry, G. W. Burnham, Geo. G Hobson, Fred. Chauncey, Jainot Low. JOHN 1) JONES. President. CHARLES DENNIS. Vice President. W. li. H. MOORE, ‘id Vice President. WT-Applications forwarded and Oraw Policies procured by JOHN W. MONGER, Agent, No. 160 Pore street, head of Long Wharf, PORTLAND, MB. June 3.—w2w4eodtojan29 PENSIONS! BOUNTIES! -AND BACK. PAY : Ire obtained lor Wounded Soldier, (discharged ind the friend, ofdeoeaaed soldier, who are entitled : o the tame by BYRON D. TERRILL, Ltlorsej ud Councilor, il So. 11,” liddlo Stroet, -ABB jioensed Agent for all the Departments at iVaehtngton. Portland, April 23,1834. «pl3 eodfim RAILROADS. ! FOR CHICAGO. MILWAUKIE, And all parti of the West. IXCCK8I0.1 TICK1TS TO CHICAGO, MILWAUKIE, And all other points at the WEST, SOUTH & NORTH WEST, For sale at the reduced rates of fare at the Union Ticket Office, 31 Exchange St., W. D. Little, Agent. j«DC24dlf FOR^THEWHITE iyiOUNTAINS, | Montreal, Quebec, Niagara Falls, AND RETURN. Excursion Tickets for sale at the REDUCED RATES, By W. L> LITTLE, Attaint, UNION TICKET OFFICE, )une24tf 31 Exchange street. — REDUCED RATES ! IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS -TO TB1 West, North West & South West! W. L>. LITTLE. 18 Agent for all the great leading route* to Chica go, Cincinnati, Cleveland, lietrc it. Milw&ukie. Galena, Oskosh. 8t. Paul, LaCro**e, Grten bay, Quincy. 8t. Louis, Louisville, ludi-napoli*. Cairo, etc., etc., and is prepared to lurui*fi Jhkoiuh Ticket# lrom Portland to all the principal cities and town* id the loyal 8tat(* and Canaoas.at the lowest rates of tare, and all needful iuiormation cheerful'y granted. Traveler* will find it greatly to their advantage to procure their ticket* at the Union Ticket Office, 31 Exchange Street, {vr STAIRS,) W. L>. LITTLE, Agent. EW~ raswngers for California, by the Old Line Maii Steamer and Panama Kailroad, may be secured by early application at tbia office. Picket, tu Montreal and Quebec and return (via the Grand Trunk Railway) may be ob mined ut thia ageney on favorable- term,. inav26uAwtf Summer Tourist’s & Traveler’s Great Combination of EXCURSIONS! For the Season of 1864. Tickets Good to Return to November 1st. GBAND think bailway. From Portland —TO— White Mountains, Montreal, Uuebcc. De troit, Chicago. WilH-aukie, Niagara Falla, and return at very low katas of fake. Only $10 to Chicago or Milicuukie, $25 out and return, via. Sarnia Line. To Chicago and Return, all rail, $35, A Lao. to lloaton. New Vork, up the lludion giver Saratoga, Lake George. Upturning from Niagara Fall, either by Grand Trunk Ksiiway. or by ibo Mown Mail Line through tue 1 hi. usaud Islands and Kapida of the bt. Law ranee. American Money taken at Par fer Tickets, bleep ing Car* aud at KelrathiueLt baioons. Arrangements ha e beau made with the Proprie i tor# ol tho piaUwxpa! Ilofcln in ijouarcal, Quebec and L)' trt'it to take American Honey at par, olxnrainu Hew \ ork Hotel prices * ^ For Ticket* or inf rination apply to Agent of Grand Trunk Kailway. E. P. bEAC ii, General Agent, 279 Broad way.N Y V*n b Lowkub, toa-tern Agent, Langur. JaneU.—dlw * grand think bailway Of Canada. bLMMfcit AKKANGi-MKNT. On and after Monday, June 27,1864. trams will run daily, (Sundays excel/ • ad) unui further notice, aa follows: , K Up Trains. Leave Portland for island Pond, Montreal and (Jut-bee at I.bo a. R. and 1.26 e. a. Down Trains. 9 it*?VRI,laad r°ad tor Fortinnd, at e BO a. ». and 1 he Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding *6o in value, and liial per aonal, unless notice is given, aud paid tor at the rata of one passenger lor every #60u additional value H. BAlLLV.-’buS^m mrUCi0r Portland, June 26, 1864 novS POKTLAMI AKl> ItriMtUKC K.K. SPRINU k SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 25, 1864 P»s«enger trains leave Skowhegan for ! •SH^SHBei'ort au i >ml.Boston, at 3 45 a j, A[1 ?“■*, A M and Itgth 12 10 P. M. Au.-n»u ! 1 ortund and Boston at 5.30 A, M. ; Bath 6.80 A. Portland for Bath, Ausosta, Waterville Kendall's 1 Mills and hkowbegiir, at 1.10 P.M. Portland for Bath and Augusta » 16 P. M. Passengers for tatiousou the Androscoggin Rail road will charge cars at Brunswick, i Tho 110St'. M. traiu f urn Portland connects at Kendaii s Mtlls with Maine Central Railroad lor 1 Bangor, Ac , arriving same evening, j pSva*e8 le*ve B* h >or Rockland at 8 A.M. and 3 Stages leave Augusta for Belfast at 4 P M ( Stages leave Skow hegan at 6 10 P. M for Anson, 1 ooon.kc. 1 .u1*1*0®**1 for all the station* on this and | the Androacoggiu Railroad, can be procurn d in Boston at the Eastern or Bow on aud^tue stations. Anril m ten^ H CL8UM^’8upwinl*nda,‘l APrn ap23tf Vork * tumbfihtiid KiiUroad. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 1—gC-EXTi1"" °u and altf>r WON DAY, April It* ltb., 1664, trains will leave a* Lj ^ollu •»' until lurther notice : .Saco Kiver lor Portland at 5 46 , i freight Irani with in.-tstuger Cart) and 9.15 a. m., and 8.30 p m. Leave Portland tor Saco River, 7.46 a. u. and 2.00 and 6.20 P. M. The 2 .00 p M. train out, and 6 46 a m. traiu iuto I ortiaud,will be freight traiu* with passenger car* attached Stage* connect at *accarappa daily for 8outh Wjuabani. Windham Centt r and Great f all*. At Gorham tor We*t Gorham, btvudiph. Steep Fall*, Baldwin, hebago, Briugtoi. Uiiam. Unuug ton, Coruish, Denmark, Browi.tield Lovel. frve i burg, Cou way, Bartiott, Alt any, Jackoou aud La ! ton, N. U. At Buxton Center for Went Buxton. Bonney Ea gle. South Limiugtou. Limiugtou ai.d Limerick At Saco River tri-weekly, lor lloiii*, Limerick, Ossipee, Nowueld, Parson* held, Kfhnguatn, free dom. Madison, r aton, Cornish, Toner, k c fare* 6 cent* lee* wnen ticket* are purchased ia the Othce, than when paid in the Cara. DAN. CARPENTER Sunt. Portland April 7,18*14. dtf RUIUE CENTKAE KA1LKOAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. MBMC Train* leave Portland. Grand Trank Station, fcr Lewiston and Auburn, at 7 a. M. For Bangor and intermediate station* at 1.2,6 r .M RETURNING—leave Lewiston at 6.20 a.m, and arrive in Portland at 8.80 a.m. Loa\ e Bangor at 7.30 A. M., and arrive in Portland at 2 15 i*. m Both these train* connect at Portland with train* for Boston Freight train leave* Portland at S a.m., and re turning is due inPortland at 1 pm. Stage* connect with train* at principal stations, daily lor moat of the town* North and East ot this line. C M MORSE.Sop’t. Waterville. N vember, 1868. deo!4 POKTLAJiD.S.U OA PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. SUMMRR ARRANGRMRttTS, Commencing April 11th, 1864. rggnMC Passenger Trains will leave the Bta tiou, Canal street, daily, (Sundays ex oepted) as follows: Leave Portland for Boston, at 8.46 a. m. and 8.(6 1 P. M. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.30 a. m. and 3.00 P. M. Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.00 a. m. and 6.80 p. m. These trains will take and leave passengers at way stations. Freight train* leave Portlasid and Boston daily. h KANC'IK CiiAfcJE, Kuperiutendent. Portland. Oct. 30.1863. oc31 edtf MAINE INSURANCE CO. Augusta, Mstiiic. THE Maine Insurance Company insure against loss or damage by Fire, Buildings, Merchan dire and Furniture, on terms aa favorable as it can be done by any solvent Company. Policies issued for One, Three, or Five years. J. L. CUTLER, President J. H. WILLI AMS, Secretary, EDWAItn KH1W-Agent, No. 102 Middle 8treet. oelVodlr 1.11T E K\ A T IOV\L Fire Insurance Company !1 Of New York, Offer 118 Rrmutway. CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000. WM. E. WARREN, President. HAMILTON BRUCE, Vice President GEORUE W. SAVAGE, Secretary. I Portland Board of Peferen.ee*: John B. Brown A Son, Ilinanv Fi.etchvr a Co H. J, Libby A Co. John Lynch A Co. The uude-signed having been appointed Aoknt aud Attornry for this Compa y. is now prepared to Issue Polioies or Insurable Property at current rates, IT Portland Offer, 16« Fore Street. JOHN W. HUNGER, AgeuL 1 Junes, 1864 —otf * j STEAMBOATS, Portland and Penobscot Biver, Summer Arruueemeut, 1804. THE NEW, STAUNCH AND COMMODIOUS STE4WEK LADY LA»«, Built expressly for this route, CAPT. WILLIAM K. ROIX, Will commence her Summer Ar ^^ggS^^-raugcroeut on MONDAY MORN , Juue 6ih, Leaving Bangor ev* I ery ilouday, Wednesday and > rid ay Mornings at 5 o’clock * Returning will leave Railroad Wharf, foot of I State street, Portland, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evening*-, at 10 o'clock, connecting with j the Eastern, Boston and Maine, and Portland, Saco I aud Portsmouth Railroads, from Boston and Way Stations, leaving Bo-ton at 3 o’clock, P. M. The Boat will touch at Rockland, Camden, Bel > fast, Bucksport, Winterport and Hampden, both ways. Passengers I ticketed through to aud lrom ; B< stoo, Lowell, Lawrence, Salem aud Lynu. For more extended iuiomiatioD, apply to J. O. J Kenan**, B.yiyor; the local Agents at the various la-dings; the Depot Meters yt the |\ 8. & l*., Eastern, and B. A M Railroads; Auiul Soiuerby, [ Portland; Lang & Do ano, Boston, or t il AS. SPEAR, General Agent, i June isdtf Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. One of the following fir.t-claaa JSA steamers of this Lineviz:—Peruvian, i - JI , * tyihaniia. North American. Jura, Bel- ! ■MB i?ian, Nova •«,oiiau, Moi'»vi*u, Da* 1 iua*cueP wi i sail lrom Quebec, kviav Saturday : Mokmmi, lor Liverpool via Londonderry. Also the steamers St. David. St. Gkoroe. 8t Andrew. St. Patrick, tri monthly from Quebec for Glasgow. Pr» paid and return tickets issued at reduced rate*. For passage apply to H. it a. ALL* ' AN. Montreal, or to j u. r AiC<KH, maylSdtf No. 10 Exchange street Portland. International Steamship Company. Eastport, Calais A St John. TWO Title* PER WEEK. On and after Monday, March 28, the superior sea-going steamer NEW BRUNSWICK, Capt. E. B. i ... Winchester, will leave Railroad , ^L' 01 ?treet» ®v«ry Monday at 6 o clook 1 M. and the Steamer NEW ENGLAND (apt E. ri*-Jd, every Thursday at 5 o’clock P M * for LMtport and St. John, N. B , connecting at Eastport with steamer Queen, for Robinson, St. An drews and ( alais, and with Stage coai-hes lor Ma chias. and at at. John with steamers for F’reder ictou and with steamer Knn eror lor Digby Wind* 1 t0r V u with i- A M. A. kailroad for Shediac and all way stations. Returning, wi 1 leave St John every Mondav and Thursday at 8 o’clock A. M., for Eastport, Portland and Boston. ' on hoaru 8teamer.PrOCUred °f th<? A*ent**“d Cl«k rh^.hprt'cei’ed Uil 4 °'clock P' Mond.,-, and _dtf_C. C. EATON. Agant. Portland and Boston Line. the steamers Fore»t City, Lewiston and Montreal “»«««. »» » uv* Atlantic Whari, Portland, k-HrfLMl',n-a> ',Tui'65at' " edmaday, Thursday and Friday, at■ o clock P. SI., and India Wharf, Boston VSSh.“;?iir0XphrM.<,*dDe““r'IU“"da> in Cabin.....f2 00 Freigni taken as usual. The Company arc not responsible for bar rare to any amount excoediug *60 In value, and that puraon al, uni,.. notice « given and paid lor at the rata of one pasjwnger tor overv #600 additional vaine. keb.18.lWS. dtf L. BILLINGS, Agent. Portland aud Mow York Steamer* SEMI-WEEKLY LINE. »»d fact Steamships , 4- >W. tOCPSl POINT," Capt .WitLKTT, S-2oJffiacd “1'OiOiIAC," Captain siS xnaaftwooD, will,on,II fnrtbar notioe, run Leave Browns Wharf, Portland, cverv WS tives DAY. and SATURDAY, at 4 F. M*.*and leave Pfcr ® North River, New York, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 3 o'clock P M S * These vessels are mted up withfineaooommodationf for passengers, making this the most speedy, safe and 0O"?fi!lr, l2**® for travellers between New York Rooms**0* Bae*aA® t',00, including Fare and State Goods forwarded by this line to and from Montreal, ?ohn*°’ Ba“*or' Batl1' Augusta, East port and Bt. Shippers are requested to send thoir freight to the ss&ssr* -3 r- * •»da^^ For freight or passage apply to EMERY A FOX. BrownVwharf, Portland. ■nr * CO., No. MWastStraat, Dae 6.1383. FOR SALE & TO LET. House and Lot No. 31 Daulorth St., For Sale. The two ittd a half storied wooden dwel in* House and lot, No. 31 Danforth St , contain J? K«od sized rot ms. with a battling r.'Oiu—piped for throughout—a furnace that will heat every part ot the house. Cistern lor rain watt r im! i never tailing well of drinking water. Copper Dumps, kc On the prera new are a good barn and sheds. The lot is about 126 by 44 feet. I he how e can be examined anv day trom 10 A . M. till 6 I* M by calling on the mbscrit er who will lurniab particulars and terms of sale J K BRAZIER, Ocean Insurance Company Building Ang. 3-d,f No *T 1'-xchatl‘'e s‘ House aud House Lots For Sele, Located in Westbrook, about Ore , minutes walk from the lion** Cars at Wood ford’s coiner. Also, the pleasantly located two ..-!btor\ Dwelling liou-e and Lot, re cently occupied by Mr. J. C. Keuiick The lot con tains about two acres, and w one of the tiue»t loca tion lor a genteel residet.ee to be found in the suh urbs ol iortiand. being le-s than two miles trom tne I ortiat.d i ost Office, aud commands a tine view of the city. 'ur,h<“r particulars call on the undesigned at 4 corner Uuku Street. *»]4<i 1__ BUK US DUN ii A M. D\vcliinK lluu#4t lor bale. ty?? A two story dwell.ng house on Congress St. ailili “,af’Y opposite the Castellated Villa of S L. Eir.il Carlton, fc,u., and on tho ,iuo of the llorse Railroad l ids hou>e c. stains fourteen linished anil is well adapted to accommodate two families with btperaie < ut buiniings, stable, Ac , and a well ot AU*r in the yard. A targe part ot the purchase mnney can lay on mortgage it desired llns property will l etH red at Auction on the first of August, it not sold before. iortiand, J»ly3l. ISM. ALLEN HAIH“ For half. .. rbc Dwelling House, Stable and Grapery at hiiij lYnreery of .1. w. Auatua. near Morrill", ter jauhner. Building, new », <1 conv.niont, pure r.Y‘ ^ w5b“; * ©tsterns, Ivrce pumps Ac.; excellent pub .c schools ai d -ex.I.my, mar Horse cars and steam car- One hslf us tills- quarter* acre ot lai d in good gardening condition, already planted w ith He g. s, urnatniutal and fruit Trees. Grapes and 1 ■ ebundauce. AJso several building lots. _Jir?_ eod2w House ami Laud lor Sale at u Bar gain. rjlHE lj story brick House No. 9 Portland street, .-■-•helot is 63 leet on Portland street, running l uok it- Oxford ftrect. t»aju hou»e if s mated iu the center ot the city, on the direct line ol the Horse Railroad Prt e SlTOo.uo, gsou.00 ot which can re main ou a moilgage. ior furllier particulars in dU'teof. WM.Al.LtN Jr , jyl-eodH Nos 13 aud 15 Exchange Street. Valuable Heal Estate for bale. XAT& l»*v© for dale a very desirable liou-e. con f » truly aud pleasantly located, tininhed and furnished troin garret to cvl.ar; every thing in aud about the house iu perfect ord. r; will be acid with ! the k urnituie, w hich a in good taste and iu litieor dir lnmudiate possession given. lhe house and turniturecau be examined at any time, and iulor ination give by calling ou iiEMU BAiLKY A Co., Auctioneer* inayl&dtf naud oh Free street for Sale. flltlK vaiuabh-real estate on free street, known A a< the -furbish property " i he lot is about 106 fict on r roe strtet and extends back about 174 leet. Said estate will be sold as a w hole, or the easterly hall ol the dwelling house, with lot about 40 by 175 leet will be sold b> itseii Application may be made to James Furbish, Ei*q i>u tne premises, or to U FO. E K.JAlK oUN, julyldtl Ci) Exchange street. Eor Sale. A SQUARE block of land, of about 73000 acre* ol wood land, ou thu south side of the river St Lawrance, iu Canada East It is interccedcd by two considerable rivers with eligible Mill ails. Well wooded with every description ot timber, such as [»iue ami spruce in large quantities, and maple, berch, beech, tamarac aim bass wo d t« auv amount Enquire of 11. T. MACH IN. Portland. Portland. Feb 1864. leb2oeodtf For Sale. CLIFF COTTAGE, containing over 30 roonit ,large stable and sheds—situated two and one-half miles from Portlaud, and the finest situation in Cape Elizabeth for a wm _ tering place, and summer boarders. For larticuiar- enquire of GEO. OWEN, »P* dtf 101 Congress Street, Portland. For fcale. V TWO story House and Lot. situated on Port land street, with Stable and other out buildings. , kiso two adjoining lots containing about eight housand square feet. Enquire of N STEVENS, So. 47 Portland street. jum-tMtf lloiiMk For Kale. 4 TWO story wooden house, No. id Adam« street, 1 rV 11 finished rooms, convenient lor two familice; ilenty of good water. For particulars inquire o! 1 B. J. WILLARD. Portlaud, May 14,18tH. mayUeodlf To Lot. POUR Offices, single or in suites, over Stores Nos. F 15'J and 1M Exchange Street, opposite the luter- | lational llou.-e. Apply oj the premises to A. I.. BROWN To Ltd. yTORE now ocoupied by us. Possession given immediately. Also, a Front Offloe in Hanson Block l*n8 dtf H. J. LIBBKY A CO. To Let, rkNK STORE in Galt’s Blook. L7 Apply to H. T. MACHI5, , ap32 dtf 1 MEDICAL. Good News lor the Unfortunate. TUB LORO SOUGHT rOB DISCOVERED AT LAST. Cherokee Remedy -ARD CHEROKEE INJECTION. COMPOUNDED PROM HOOTS. BARKS ARD L1AVSS CIIRIWKKK REMEDY, the great ndian Diu etio, cares all di eases of the Urinary t. gan«, such a*1 Incontinence of the Urine, Inflamation of the jKidncys,Stono in tfce Bladder,Stricture, Gravel, Gleet, Gonorrhea, and is especially recommended in those oases of Fluor Albua, (or Whiles in Females) where all tho old nauseous medicines have failed. It is prepared iu a highly concentrated form, the dose only being from one to two teaspoonluls three times per day. It ia diuretic ami alterative in ita action; purifying and cleansing the blood, causing it to How in all it* original purity and vigor; thus removing from the system ail perniciou* cause, which have induced di, eaae, CHEROKEE 1FJECTIOS iaintended a*an ally or assistant to the CHEROKEE REM ED V, an thouid be used iu conjunction with that medicine iu nil caseaof Gonorrhea, Gleet, Floor AU-ntor White,. Its effect* are besliug, eautuiug and demulcent; re moving ail scalding, heat, choadee and pain, instead ol the burning and almost unendurable pain that Is experienced with nearly all the cheap yum e^,,c. Isoms. By the ns? of the CHEROKEE REMEDY and (HkHOKEK INJECTION—the* two medicines at the same time—ail improper discharges are removed and the weftkeued organs are speedily restored to full vigor and strength. For full particulars get our pamphlet from any drug store in the ocautry, or write us aud we will mall free to any address, a full treatise. Price, CHEROKEE REMEDY, 91 per bottle, or three bottles for 96. Price, CHEROKEE INJECTION, 92 per to e or three bottles for 96. Sent by Kxprcss to any address on receipt of the price. Sold by all drnggiats, everywhere. DR. W. R. MERWIN 1 Cw., •OLB PUOPBI KTORS, No. 59 Liberty St., New York. Cherokee Cure! THE 8BEAT INDIAN MEDICINE, COMPOUNDED PROM BOOTS, BARK, AND LEAVE*. An unfailing euro for Spermatorrhea, Semina Weakness, Nocturnal Emissions, and all diseases caused by self polution; such as Loss of Memory, Universal Lassitude, rains in the Back. Dimness ol Vision, Premature old Age, Weak Nerves. Difficulty of Breathing. Trembling, Wakefulness, Eruptions on the Face. Pale Countenance. Insanity,Consump tion, and all the direful complaints caused by de parting from the path of nature. This medicine is a simple vegetable extract, and one on which all can rely, as it has be' n used In our practice for many years, and, with thousands treated, It has not failed in a single instance. Its ourative powers have been sufficient to gain victory over the most stubborn case. To those who have trifled with their constitution until they think themselves beyond the reach ol medical aid, we would say. Despairthe CHER OKEE CURE will restore you to health and vigor, and after all quack doctors have failed. For Bill particulars get a circular from any Drug store iu the country, or write the Proprietors, who will mail free to any oue desiring the same a Bill treatise in pamphlet form. Price, fi per bottle, or three bottles for M, and forwarded by express to all parts of the world. Sold by all respectable druggists everywhere. 11B. YV. R. MERYVIN A. C... BOLE PROPRIETOR*, fobs eodkwly No 69 Liberty 8t . New York Female STRENGTHENING CORDIAL. This Medicine is of long tried efficacy for correct ing all disorders incidental to the feminine sex. That the afflicted may feel assured that thia Cordial is truly valuable aud worthy their confidence, uot one of those seen t compound* purposed to destroy healthy action, 1 add a few testimonials from phys icians whom all. favoring the Electric aud Reformed Practice or Medicine, respect. 1>K. WILLARD C. GEORGE, formerly Professor in the Worcester Medical College, and President of the Electric Medical Society, Mass., .-peaks 01 it in the following terms: “I have used the Female Strenyt keniny Cordial similar to that preparation by DK. GEO. W ; 8WATT, 106 tianover Street, and I regard it as ; one of the best Medicines for Female complaints that can be found.” DK. J. KING, Author of” Woman: Her Die , eases and their Treatment,” says. “ This Mediciue appears to exert a specific influ ence on the Lterus It is a valuable agent in all de rangements of the Female Reproductive Organs.” DK. SMITH. President ot the New York Asso ciation of Botanic Physicians. says: " No Female, if in delicate health, shoud omit the timely use of this valuable Cordial. 1 owe much ot my success in midwifery to the u»e of this Medi cine.” MO I HERS AND MARRIED LADIES The following from Dr. FAY is worthy your no ■ tice; *• As a general remedy for Female Complaints this ‘ Cordial’ is a very valuable one. but by the Proflfcs i siou it is esteemed mure highly fur i's good result during Confinement in relieving the great suffering attendant upon childbirth. 1 acknowledge with Dr. Smith that much of my succes.- in midwifery is due to the use of this medicine It strengthen* both mother and child, lu each cases I follow the di rections of Prof King, by allowing my patients to use it a few weeks previous to confiu-'ment, as by I Die energy it imparts to the uterine nervous system the labor will be very much facilitated, and removes the scraps which many females are liable to. Ns woman. if she knew the great value of this Strength ening i ordia) would <ail to use it.” I Lave reocivut uumerous testimonials from diff erent parts of the country where used. Knowing the good it is capable of doing. I wr 11 narr»u every bottle ol my " Cordial” to be satisfactory in its re sults. The following symptoms indicate those affection* in W'hich the Female Strenythtniiiy forcia* has proved invaluable: Indisposition to Exertion. Wakefulness, Uneaai , ness. Depression of Spirits, Trembling. Loss of Power, Tain in the Back. Alternate Chills, and Flushing of Heart, Dragging Sensation at the Lower Part of the Body, Headache. Languor Ach ing Along the thighs. Intolereuce of Light and Sound, Pale Countenance, Derangement ot he Stomach and Bowels, Difficult Breathing. Hysteria. Ac.. Ac. It is a specific remedy in all Uterine Diseases, Chlorosis ot Green sickness. Irregularity, Painful ness. Profuse or Suppression or Customarv Dis charge*. Loucorr hr a or Whites. Scirrhu* or Ulcer ate State ol the Uterus, Sterility, Ac No better Tonic can possibly be put up than this, and none less likely to do harm, and it is composed wholly ot vegetable agents, and such as we have known to be valuable, aud have used for many year*. PRICE. One Dollar Per Bottle, or six bottle* for *6 Should your 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. Be sure and get that prepared at the New England Botanic Depot. 106 Hanover St Boston. GEO. W. 8WETT, M D . Proprietor. II- II- I1AY, Agent, Portland. mch8 eodtim STATEMENT OF THE .Ulmi Insurance Company, OF U ART* OKI), CONN.. On the 1st day of November, A. D. 1868. as required by the of the State of Maine. The Capital Stock is.81.600,000 and with the surplus is invested as follows: Real estate, unincumbered, S$7,908 18 Cash in hand, on deposit, and in agents' bauds, 216.960 66 United States 8tocks, 612,847 60 | 8tate and City Stocks, and Town Bonds, OtttKtfO 00 I Bank and Trust Company Stocks, l,t>47,270 00 Mortgage Bonds. 881.960 00 Atlantic Mutual Ins. Co’s scrip, 1862-3, 16.886 60 Total Assets, *3,026,879 74 Amount of Liabilities tor Losses not doe or adjusted, *176.411 *i Amount at risk, estimated. 116 616.479 in TilOS A. ALEXANDER, President. Lucius J. Hardee. Secretary. Hartford, Nov. 7, 1863. J. C. CHURCHILL, Agent, No. 4 Iron Biork, Portland Pier. deoidtf Dirigo Insurance Company or ms city or poktlaxd. Oflire No. 5l» Exchange street. Capital 9200,000 miilS Company is now prepared to issue policies A on all kinds of property insurable against tire at current rates A. K. SHURTLEF, President JEREMIAH DOW, Secretary. _ _ Directors. J. B. Brown. 3. E. Spring, I>. W. Clark, J. B. Carroll, Johu L>nch, H.i. Robinson Trustees. St. Johu Smith. II. M. Pay son, C. II. Haskell, Andrew Spring, N. O. Cram, Philip II Brown, H.N.Joee, Jere. l)ow . G. W Woodman, II J. Libby, H. |. Robinson. J. N Wiuslow, S.C. Chase. Alvah Conaut. Win Moulton. Portland, May 4.1864. mavSdtt Notice. THIS 4av I fflye to mv two •ods. E. J ami ('has. Rands]. their time, to set and trad ror them selves; I shall not claim their wages or pay their debts. T. C. RANDALL, KeE* r Falls, Me. Witness, Mary Piilsbury, Mary S. PUlsbury. June 27.1864. jun«» I MEDICAL. Lyon s Periodical Drops TIE GREAT FEMALE EEMEDY. Lyons Periodical Drops! ABK BKTTEB TBAM ALL Powders* Quark Preparataom. Lyons Periodical Drops! -ARB 8ure to do Good&nd cannot do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! j The Great Female Remedy LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARB RMTTBR THAM ALL PILla.POWDKRS f QUACK PREPARATIONS LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! | ARE SURE TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HARM. Lyon ’x Periodical Drop* THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY.1 Lyon’* Periodical Drop* ARK BETTER TUAN ALL PILLS, POWDERS AND QUACK MEDICINES. Lyon’s Periodical Drop* Sure to do Good and oannot do Harm. ' LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS The Great Female Remedy. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS ABB BKTTEB THAK All Pill*, Powders and Quack Preparations. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS -ASK 8URK TO DO OOOD AND CANNOT DO BARM Lyon’s Periodical Drops THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are better than all Fills, Powders, And Quack Preparations. Lyon’s Periodical Drops, Sure to do Good and oannot do Harm. Price, *1 per Bottle. For tale b, all Dro**i»t«. At wholeaalo by W. F Phillip*, H. H. Ha, a Co., Portland, augtl eodlr CAT ARR II ! -ABD NOISES IN THE HEAT) 1 ! CURED BY INHALIXe -A. Harmless Fluid, OF AGREEABLE ODOR. NO VIOLENT SYRINGING Of the Head. THE SENSE OP TASTE AND SMELL RESTORED DR. R. OOODALE’S CATARRH REMEDY. Dr. Goodale has combatted Catarrh until he ha* fought it down. It baa been a long war. but hit tri umph is complete. Through all coning time hie Ca tarrh Remedy will be known a* the only one anti dote for a disease which supcrficialbts have declar ed incurable. Catarrh doctor*,aocalled, spring up like musbroons on all sides. 1 be object of these* pocket practitioners is money. They use dangerous instrument*. Tlwir violent manipulation* irritate the already inflamed membrane. They never cure. Dr. Uoodsle's treatment is mtdicinml, not mechani cal. lie does not believe in the force-pump system, which is working so much mischief. Hi* remedy passes through the absorbents, to the seat of the dis ease, and obliterate* it. It does not relieve merely for a day, but for all time. Lastly, it costs a dollar ' a bottle—no more. Dr. Dodge of Auburn IF. T. After having witnessed the effects of thia Remedy in Catarrh, thus speaks of it;—It is truly ai.d un conditionally a Herculean >pecihc tor the • hole dis «aae. Such an article ought not to be "hid under a bushel,” and any man who can invent so trutv an eflicient and ixwitive a remedy for such a loathsome disease, ought to be considered one of the beneae tors of his race, and his name and the edecta ol his skill perpetuated. Yours respect full-, D. L DODGE, A. M Pling Mitre, the trtll-l'notcn Traveller, And whose family phvsiciau Dr Gooda's was for many years, save—"If Dr. Goodale says he can cure Catari h. he ran cure it,” Ac. Price #1 bend a stamp for a pamphlet Dr K GOOD ALE'S office and Depot , 75, Bleeker s'reet, one doer west of Broadway. New Yoik. II. H. Ilay Agent for Portland. June 2d, 1863. juue2d:y To Carpenters and the Public! A NEW ARTICLE. Whitmore's Patrat Blind Fasieaer and Handle Cnmhined. BEING a thoroughly effective fastening, and a handsome, convenient handle, and as they can not be opened from the outs de. are so tar. protec tion again*! thiev es; its use preventing the dirtying of bauds or breaking of Unger nails in opeuing or closing blinds. They sre JapauLed green, and can be put on oM or new blind* by anv person in dve minutes. For sale by ah Hardware men Whole sale Depot 15 Winter street, Ho*to«i. G. D. WHITMORE Store of Whitney Brothers. junelwSn riuiuics Gkmral'i Orru a. i Wsshiugt- uCitv, Jane24,1W4. J WANTfD-Sar^s* and Aeeietant >mrgnme for the Onlored Trwpi—Candidates must be Graduates of *ome Regular Medical College, and must be examined by a Board of Medical Officers to be convened by the Surgeou General. The Board wid determine w hether the candidate will be ap- ' pointed Surgeon or Assistant Surgeon, according to merit Applications accompanied by one or mors test monials from respectable persona, ss to moral character. Ac., should be add rested to the Surgeon General. U. S. A , Washington, D. C , or to the As sistant Surgeon General. l\ S. A., Louisville. Ky Hoards are now in seasiou at Boston. New Y<rt, Washington, Cincinnati. St. Louis, and New Or leans. Also wanted. Hospital Stewards for Colored Reg iments. Candidates roust possess a lair English Ed ucation, and be familiar with the com rounding and dispensing of Medicines. Application* must be made as iu the caan of Surgeons and Assistant Surgeon*. < ompensation from #23 00 to #33 00 per month, with ctothing, rations, fuel and quarters. JOS K H aKSES. july 1-2*w 3m Acting Surgeon Geueral. American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY! OF NEW YOKE. ' Capiial #‘-300.000, I laiurr Buildings. M err ha ndl«e. House hold Furniture. Rents, Lenses. Ves- . sols on tho Storks. and other Per sonal Property at tao Low est rrles* SAMVEL BROWN. President. < WILLIAM RAYNOR,Seeretar. EOWARD SHAW A*e«t, 10* Middle 8treet. oct27 lyeod THfi BOSTON FIKE BUI4R Aud Clay Retort Manufacturing Co., Works. 394 Federal street. Office aud Warehouse 13 Liberty Square aud 7 Batter)march St, manufacture Fire Brick, all shape* and size*, for furnace* required to •tana the most intern-e heat also Furnace Block* j and Slabs. Locomotive Fire Blocks, Bakers'Oven and tireeu-house Tiles, Clay Retorts and nece ssary Tiles to set them, Fire Cement, FireClay and Kaolin The undersigned will give their special attention 4 that all order# for the above manufacture are eaten* ted with promptness. JAUE8 E MOMD 4CO. SiiunAsun, 18 Liberty Squirt, Bcxton. 1 ■ohll tod6m ~ MEDICAL. MORETESTIJIOWiLN ! m MRS. MANCHESTER OOMt*®uy receiving unsolicited testimonials ci I"' br her. Among *mL^£ / r,lM -• “• doming, which arc “1 t BOU°* 0f,he Mr,. Man cnester may be consulted at No. 11 Clapp’s Block,Room No.«. A CASK or SPINAL DISK ASK CLKKF, Thi.1 is to certify that 1 went to eee Mr. llann.ee ter I mi.March with a daughter of mine trouble ^ spinal dneaae, f0, which .be had been doctor* i0, dre year., and by a number of physicians of kind.; and .he ta. had twenty-on." app^UoJ olectrioity appli*. but ail to ao effect; but the no. ttMAUy grew wo*,. 1 oamc to the the last re«rt, to go and see Mm. Mancht.ter led did «o; and to my great .urpriee .he to!d me the fir,t aaae ot the disease, and how she had been from - I did so, and now my daughter I. able to be . jole d the house ail of the time. Sh. also r'dm SuTfl, Tbir," w,:hoat tr°«b“«i—mliLid ItMnk in a .hurt Ume she will be re.tor.dT^, *v. h^^a"T d“*h,w *“ b*a doctoring, I r m*dA ro*g.,„i. the on. -hiS^r^TSlLV of the ..ok and .offering; and 1 know that r.etM.ts40r‘WhJahU**UW rWtr ‘c b9E^' b« **«AH L. Kama*, Gannua Katunm, Aubt r. Kuiaers. arwnsuric*. Mo*., AmpaM Et* ONK or ran okmatkstcokks mniuoA Maa.Mauoaa.TUB-Dw Madam:-Thi.kie. statement of my case may be of service to other, similarly afflicted, I hasten to r,<v. ft to yon This i. briefly my ease-f was taken nek .bout lfl mouths ago with the Liver Complaint In . very bad form. I appli* to four different phvmoian,. but n. oolved no benefit until I call.d on yoa. At that time I h* given up buinees. and was ia a very bad .-at* but after taking your medicine fb, a .hort time 1 be' g»n to recover, and in two months I was satinIv —ell, and had gain* nv.nl pound, ofj,T.d can truly .ay that by your skill I am a perfectly heal. t Mata, Dipot, PorUaad™™ DiT“‘ A REMARKABLE CUBE OF A CASE OF DEO ET CURED BT MBS. MANCHESTER. This U to eertifr that I bar* oeea oared at th. Dropejr of urteen years standing by Ar“T3o£ci»M. Ur. I bare been to physicians la Boston. New York and Philadelphia. They all told ma that they coal I do nothing for mo. aaJem they tapped ma. aad a*, larcd me that by tapping I coo Id lien hat a abort time. 1 had made up my mind to go home and lieu a* long as I oonld with the disease. and then die. Om my way home I stayed over night in Portland with a friend of atine, aad told them what my mind as* n regard to my disease. They finally persuaded me to go and see Mr*. Manchester. She examined me aad told me my case exactly. I was to much astonished to think that she told ma oorrectly, that 1 told her thit I woaid take her mirdl oiaes, not haring the least foith thst they woaid mo any good, or that I should gat the slightest reuet from any oounc whatever; finally 1 took th* medt. due aad went borne. la one week from the time 1 sommenoed taking the medicine, 1 had over throe galieas of water pass me in seven hoars; and my Al low sufferers may be sssared that it was a great rebel to me. I had not been able to tie down la bod at night before this for taro years. Now 1 can Uedov Wlth perfect eese. I have taken her medicine eight months, and am as wsll sa nay man could vs to be. and no signs of dropsy. I would advlt that are sick to go sad oonsult Mrs. MootAti *ven if they baba been given up by other j,tay ‘ ilciaas. I have sent her s number of oases ef oil diseases, aad she has carsd them also. Go and for yourselves. I had ao foith, hat aow my faith oanuot be shaksd la her skill in telling aad earing disease. CnaaLaaS. Hannon, Sanaa K. Hannon, Mabt A. Hannon. Bompsr, Maim*, April Id. Onion Houas—From g A. M. till g F. M. %a*17 tagouts’ edly DB. J. B. HUGHES cam mm v*inrD at mim PRIVATE MEDICAL R00M8, No. i Temple Street, WHEKK he ean be consulted privately, and wt»h the utmost confidence by the afflicted at all hoar* daily, from 8 a. n. to it r. n. Hr. U. addresses those who sre -uffertng under the affliction of private disease, whether arising Irosa Impure connection or the terrible viee of telfehn.e. Devoting his entire time to that particular brunch of the medical profession, be feel* warrantee In GCA* axTaaiso a Cuaa ia all Caibs, whether ofloui standing or receutly contracted, entirely removim the dregs of disease from the system, aad making perfect and PERMANENT CURE. He would call the attention of the afflicted to , fact of his long standing and wall earned reputation furnishing sufficient assurance ol hia skill and sac' Mss. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Every Intelligent and thinking person most know that remedies handed out from general use should have their efficacy established by well tested tape hence in the htnda of a regularly edaented physi oian, wbo-e preparatory study fits him lor all tho duties bomnsttulfill; yel the country is Hooded with Poor nostrum* and cure-nils. purporting to bo the 0--st in the world, which are not only aseleea, hat al ways injurious The unfortanata should he ranne ulau iu -electing his physician, na it is a lamentable yet incontrevertable fact that many syphilitic at tienta are made tnieernhle with ruined constitutions by maltreatment from inexperienced physician* in Ei-nernJ practice; for it la a point gen. rally conceded y the best syphilograpbers, that the study and man agement of these complaints should engross tho whole time of those who would be competent tad successful in their treatment and cure, lhe inex perienced general praetiticner, bating neither op portunity u. r time to make himsell acquainted with their pathology, commonly pusrnes one system of treatment, la most cases making an indiscnm.i ate nee of that antiquated and dangerous weapon, Meg. otry. HAVE CONFIDENCE. All who have committed an exeese of nay kind, whether it be the solitary vice of youth, or the sting ing rebnke of misplaced confidence in maturer years, SR MR FOR AX A.VTIDOTR IX SKASOX. The Tains and Aches, and Lassitude and Nertons Prostration that may follow Impure Coition, arc the Barometer to the whole sy stem. Do not wait for the consummation that U sum to fol low, do not wait for Unsightly Ulcers. for Disabled Limbs, for Loss of Beaaty and Complexion. BOW MAXI TBOUSAND3 CAX TRSTIFT TO TBIS B T VXBAPP T tXPMBlRXCB. Young Men troubled with omissiors in sleep, a complaint generally the result of u bud habit ia youth, treated sdentilcnlly, and a perfect sure war runted or no charge made. Hur.i'y a day passes but ws am consulted by on# or more young men with the above disease, some ol whonpar* ss weak anil emaciated as though they had the consumption, and by their friends supposed to have it. All such c ues yield to the proper and only correct coatee of treatment, and ia a short y are made to rejoion ia perfect health. MIDDLE AO ED There nre many men at me So. „ .. w-oonre troubled with too freqaent evacuations from the bladder, often accompanied by a alight smarting ot burningseusatiou. and weakening the system In t mauner the patient cannot account for. On exam ining urinary dep. sits a ropy sediment will often bo found, and sometimes small particles of semen or albumou will appear, or the oolor will be of a thin milkieh hue. wain changing to a dark and turbid appearance. There are many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which is the SRCOXD STAOR OF SRMtSAL WRAtXRSS. < I can warrant a perfect cure iu such cases, and a foil and healthy restoration of the art nary organa. Persons who cannol personally consult the Dr., oan do so by writing in a plain manner a description of their disease, and the appropriate remedies will be forwarded immediately. Ail correspondence strictly ooaidtnllal and will be returned it desired. Address, DR. J. B. UCOI1K8, No. 5 Temple St., [corner of Middle] Portland EM*"Send Stamp for circular. Eclectic Itlcdical Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. DK. HUGHES particularly invite* all Ladle, aba ne«l a medical adviser, to call at hi* room* No. > temple Street, which they will (nd arranged for Afir ADccml accommodation * Dr. H.’« Eclectic Kt aovaUn* Medicine#areniiriYa*. •d la efficacy and ..perior vifu7 in r?£l,ti. J * rcmai. Irregularities. Their action is rpecido and ^'"“Producing reiief ,B a.hort t,m.P ^ADUCS will find it invaluable in all cases of eh. tractions after all other remedies have been tried in containing nothing In 1 t iriJmrions to the health, and may be taken rlth perfect safety at all time# 1 .. part of the coantry with fnll directions lyaddreaain* DK HUGHES No.» Tempie street, corner of MIddle. Portioni. If. B.—LADIES desiring may ooasalt on* oft hair WB erst- A Indy of experience la constant attend *“■ laal dhwle JAMES EDMOND & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 13 LIBERTY SQUARE, .. BOSTON i&o® sisSiS0"41* colt I*IO IRON, Llso, BAR, SHEET, t BOILER PLATE I ROE, of English and Sootch Manufacture ,0 •" 4 wBLcii,riR*

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