Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, August 11, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated August 11, 1864 Page 4
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THE MARKETS. Portland Hliolewile Price* Current. JEmpte^viiy corrected tor the I kkm to Aug. loth, by Mr. M. N. Rich. A ah* a. leatl |i tb.9)100000 i Ol. .. l A *»|> le». 1.1 kcu r Dbl... .0 00*8 00 i p >6.j» *16 | Ccro V lb.*4 * 13 < breau. Jliot p luO lb8. S8) *9 Hiup.... * *.{ Crackers per obi. • ! CracKtrs, p 100 . .60 *v«k. iiutur. Fauui, ib.*0 *43x Btore...80 *oo beaus Marrow p bu(«hv3 00*3&, Fb*. .2 * j ~»o w Blue l od. tuudlrt. Muuid p id..2j *26 .4) *42 Ckfcsr. Vermont p lb .. .21*22 V.2.*21 l ull I—iKottli .; Lelngu.. * .b( CiiartiiUt. li* b*me. Java p *■.W «68> Cape.*6 li -Mi l.io .8*66 ! Tord.^r. American ** tb.. 29 (*22 ^ Lussia dump. none . Mt»nnia. 2a* Bo.trope, iiussix 80<$& do. Al aiaiia. 8>*3.' Cement. * bbi . 821>g/22> Urajss and ilyaa* ■ Aiucu f# ib.. j *7io Aloea.4. * ■•;; Arrow Ho it.17 *o0 borax.GO * lli iaieioue troll).. 0 *8 Bi-CarL. 6oda.10*10* buipuur. *ii bai boua. . 6) *8 Camphor.17u*i8 > Cream Tartar.6u *100 Ly^wwu ts. 18^*9 Ma^ucsia.60 *70 luui^o, aJ *a due 1 6 »*. 6 Madder.19j*.0 Oniuui.#18 Oo*# liuubarb.8W0* 3*6 A coDol.8 70 rt, 4 1* Fluid.8 60 *4 00 9*1 < lustre.li *31 Vi rlo!. U *28 bjrwo-xl*. braah A ..L \& Caui wood. 11 ij Fa*tic, Cuba..4$«* ** sat an villa 4 a,f> il>i»«ruK...yjilv Lt-V vw'ju, Caw peach 7.2<® Si. LKuuUi<0.2<44 Extract Logwood. 18.3,19 N »c W ood. ^ C"«1> •• .4ia_ . 6,£<J B*l« " . S Ouercltron bark... 21v£i E n Sander*.7 ip 1> Duck. Eavtn*. (jgl 0 Port.and. No. 8 2(k)g20 " No. 10. i4iaN5 Ftvy.S'r. No. 3 2 •«*^'2 • »• •• No. 10 liialio Fi-h. Cod targe pqnt*700a8 0 " ?nuui.6 hu^~6 6*1 Pollock .2 50 g3 .6 Haddock.. 2 •*><< 3 0 Hake,.2 25g3 *6 Ido nug,S bore t»bl.4£g61 do. Labrador.. Don. do. scaiedpbk 6>.gG2i do. No. i.4i>g&j Mackerel |> bbl . bay No. |..*iOOOa;18M bay No 2-t60,*4jld75 Snore So. 1. *< *• * 2.. IftttU I' O' . 126 t»13 ft Fruit* Auuwuw.- .Iordan 4» tb. Son Shell.35 a Si.elicd. 42(045c Currant*.. .24 a 2> Citron, new..... .4 * A* Pea Nuta - 8 •<£* 6’’ Figs, common. ... 8'<&3l New Lit me.. jo, 2" JLe n«»«ia. t bt.x fS&u. Sr* >rauge"~l»v *. .AoOO^OdO KtMu. b iucu p box 5 0 2* L .ver . . .6 26466 Hater.14 aU*c Praue** new. «g2k Flour —Portland iu*n Su jeruuu .... uk 60,9 26 r a.iov. t>uu Extra .10 t«|n6 lx*u «ie Extra 1' 0 » t$12 0 Extra '>upanori2MJ3tfl« <i Western extra* 1» 2 .a, 'l liuta extra. - lu 37 a. in* G*uu«l* Nu 1 W a 10 (► BtL-ui**- '•rbrd's HuOa? t S -MM'i. I 5-lc^l " E4tx««at> i xtail).. 16a 16.V ■ 3 Buck wt Fi r e76ft&8Vl Uraiu* Rye .2 20 a,2 T OxU. 0»a’O South ill Curu 1 8 <%l*« Coru, tlix-'l ... 17-tal> bum y.. .1 10&1 2' (i uii|Mo%rdr r. blast in/.#7<£ 74 Ruleuml Sporting.8] •£ W ,22 btmw . «rl *o£l? Hide* nail Skin*. B. A. tlidc..MTffl 4r Westoru ... .2* 45. 2S Slaughter titles.. 9oji0c Can sk.ius.26^30 Calcutta Co* — ai&u/titurcd.. 1 9Q'$2 1( Green .'suit.1 ribiyliK SheepCelts,Ur'u.l 70^1 7L Hspk First Sort, 1863.. .20 g#6 I raw. Common .. 11 60 ** Emitted... In Swede.It a <10 Sorway .0 'a-17 Cast Steel.Wa5 German St»*el-41 a 6 E ixtisti Hits.Steel 42 n0' m bpriujf.26 41 ** b heel I ron, Ett jrt.. IVJ Sheet I ron. Iiu*sia. £.V-s do. K.w ini't. .20 'at2 l.n rd. B irrei. ** Bb.2* a,?l E RS, ft .... Ulf*2li ■ wsthvri Sew York, lltfbt.. 4^ffi48 - do. ut'l. wts. . 4Sa6» do. heavv ...48 a?6* do •’a /liter 64 ^ 66 Aa.riosit, 1 76%20 1 *<‘t. €i » ill. n, e MO 111.*228731 liiiit.uill’ip*.. 21 a,ii, Liuii*. iockjaud, ca.«k .. 116&12U j liUmber—Froui yard I 'leai i'ine.No. 1 >48 vc* fcu do. No.2 45 a 4 • do. No. 3 . -vvjt 4) vhippiug Lumber F2* vpruce.. eiiibd^ 18 I u-mlock.11 v o® id J iox 5li ks,(pino) i 00 | iapb'd*, Soxt . .e2u & 2b do. V •• 4 shingles, Ced. ex 4-6«*i do. “ No.bUO4.bOJ do. ext. Fine 6 <4 dj Lath*, Spruce.. 18.4*210 do. 1'iuo-2 U \o, LiO lied Oak Slave* 36 v&4 > dol 11 hd Shook* x ilea^s,city. 3 0u£8 2o 'U*ar d^. city 8OO26 do. do. c’try.1/6^1 • 0 • reen Co'y sa d.. 00^0 00 .ouutry hid Mol. Had. Shooks.. . 160£1 76 .ltfsiso luo>'“.*36 ift„8 iackmetack Tim *wf ■ *> tun.10®2t >1 ola**c«. fort Hi -,.*120£12» bntU. .... lj lft lv6 uba ciayvd.0u& H> do. do.tarl”.. 7^83 1 do.Muscovado”.. 95&hJ0 1 \ew Orleans. non* | I'orilandSy rup.hhdh <8 £ j do. bbls (£ 72 N n il*. . «10*t0t> I Naval Store*. iar« foreign J*» bbl.#31(£31 i'itcluCual far) .#3f& bft I ttosin.44 turpentine |Jgal h 9 j£4 lo Oa hum. \ merman.IS,£14; oil. Cortland Kerosene iiiumiuat’g Oiil(HV£10.r. Sperm Winter.. 260&260 vv hale,ref. Wint 1 tx>£l 76 jrand Hank and Hay Clialeur. .#40 £ 42 Shore.* 9 4 40 Linseed... ....#18 *,*^1 80 Jolled.. 1 *6 £ Lard Oil.1 8 *al 82 Hive Oil.260a8 25 'a«tnr Oil. P 6 ta 4 00 I seatafoot Oil....125$1 4) 1 Onion* - iurinu lB %»bbl_8 60&10 i p tNiaU .$4 00®4 hi) Hainl*. P trdUad.iooiltao®2060 un b i 1 iii i L'd, lit £19; Pure Urr Le«d.. 2u$^2 French Zinc, 1 0 • * O$0OuG Aon*r Zinc. •* I2.gr* Bochelle Yellow . .f $ 6 Bug. Ven. Bed-6 a 6 Litharge. <&2u Bed Lead . $20 PlB.nr Per ton Soft. (&8 60 tlard.tiOnTnai. < j round.7l>0®760 Prut ixion*. ' li go Meat* Beef .622 $23 Portland do 22d0$2300 Ptl'doxt.do 270<>«i28<»' Pork, extra clear.48 ®*5 Pork, clear— 41 $ 43 Pork, mess . £900 $4*00 ! Pork. Prime.. 35 $98 UP ; Bound lioge.n-tno •lain**..2**a2’ [ City Smok’d 11 amt* 22$ 2 i \ Hr o«l iarr. Boat p uu'r ^ ft. .12 ®14 Fgga, 4> dot. 26 $28 Potatoes, k>bbl.(6 o®626 Chicken*.2**$ 26 i.amb.14® 1* Turlies.22 $.‘6 ;«»ee*e. none Veal. 9 ®k* Rice. Bice f> ft. 15 $10 Kan. Portland distilled $210 Salcrntu*. S alert tm* p ft 10J@11} Snin I'urk’s Is., hbd. (8 bun.). ...s; no®7 oo 1 Liverpool.7u<‘$70u j CadU...none Cagliari .7 "*$7 00 •it’d Butter Sail 3> $ Smrrh. Paarl.12$18 Shoi-piOOftf a.10 Drop .$ Buck. $ 'i 7 Son p. Family do...15&C00 No. 1 .17 $00 i s«>da . 18 ®no Oleine .144 <§#<0 Castile.19 $26 Crane's. $18 Spier*. » at«ja p lb.99 $95c linger.(Race)-45$ 50 oiiiger. (Alnca) .45 tj.50 ♦iliOv..10 $ N turners .175 $2 * 0 !l\j|»per. 4b a 5 Pimento.46 ($60 .Portland A .none do. A A... $20 do. Yellow. ...oC | Extra Yellow.none iVfuscovado. 22526 Havana Brown. . v(i«, :S Oo. While.. 30J ® 31 [New Orleans.30* (a 21 Crushed .8 *« 3-> granulated. $8 4 'Powdered. (Oi'40i Teas. •lyson.$0060 "0 Young Hyson ,0"0a,00*» OO long ..11*$1 20 do choice. .125 $1 3 Souchong .95 ($110 Tobnrre. Vs* 10’s best br’ds. 70®75c do. medium .65 ($70 do. common. 60 {$66 tall lbs best br'ds 76 ($60 do. med . good.7“ $7f> do. common . 66$ 70 ! Natural Leal, th».*l g 1 2f. Xavv«pouiid» . ..80$ hi j Wood. Hard, retail *9 6*V*11 Soft. “ ..6 00^7 Of Varalsh. Puruitnr0—£3 50® 700 roach . 4$ 7* liauiar.2 26$ 000 \V ool. f'3ece.75®10f Pulled . bOa l'«t KieliAnxe, Loudon—bod.. 27S&2 32, Portland Dry Goods Market* Mcpreesly ec.-ieoied for the Pune* to Aug. 10th, b' ! M. .N. Hicm. COTTON GOODS. lucucf. Price Heavy BhGetlnge..87.& 70 F»ae “ 3d.624 & 67 " .40.Lb g 60 , “ M 6-4..5 g 76 1 Medium " 37.42) & 62 i i L gut " 37.31 gi 87. Buiruiig. .27 to .J|7| g 3'# blkacurd BUKKrisa. Good B’.sacbed om^.ug..3d..... ...63* fa 62* i “ “ " .k-8.67 (ffl to | " 6*4.65 (a 7» j Medium ** .36.40 & 474 f airttug.27 to 32.80 ^ Si] D KILLING. Heavy Drilling.80..60 Q fb Medium " 80.02j «, b’i ! COTTON FLANNELS. Heavy Cotton Flannels.r5 @ 76 Medium ** ..Lb q 63j stuifkd shirting. Heavy Btr.pod buiriiug.8u.67 @ 66 Medium “ *• 27.87* £ 46 I TICK 1 Ml. Heavy ricking.624 @ 70 Medium •• 64 g 67* COTrOKADKS. Heavy dcuble and twist...fiQ ^j BAN IMS, Heavy Dcutma.. 00 • % ftfi Medium ••..40 % 47* CAMBlilCB AND FU1NT8. Colored Cambno*.25 ® 28 Meet Print*, .86 g 40 Medium ** 20 <& 82; DKLA1NI. Dc Lai nos.80 (g 84 CRASH. Crash.15) <g 20 BATTING, WADDING fco. Cotton Batting...00 % f0 ! Cotton Wadding,...ibtgttVlb j Cotton Warp.,c00 *k 11 1 Wicking, unbleached .66 WOOLfc> GOODS. Kentucky Jean*,.70 batiiri*ts. 76 Union vfcitous ..f0 Ail Woo do .1121 Black Cnion Ca*i meres...l"0 liiack all wool Cawdiacres.1 25 Black d.kt'K Ins......1 75 Fancy Doeskin*. lo0 StepelLut, d-4. . ....... 2 lO WOOL FLANNELS. B’ue Mixed Twilled Flannels..f8 Bc-irlet ** •• . ....6*1 B'u** ** ** ......... 674 Wtut .plain, o .6" Printed «< . / 0 » __. » nr,Bn » l o« K LIST. for the *o*k er.diog A nr. 10, 1881. Oo*utcTisn by Wm. U. Woq» * ho:*. Stock Mid r xchxuge Broker, fcxchiu*e8t., Bortlxo''. i\,r r«i« Offend. J,ted. | Government 6* 1831.. pig j(~ | Govor ra**nt 6-2» . . .. . l,rt j !, Govorumeni 73-10... p-.j j,,7 Stale of Maine Ronds,. ion lm Portland City Rond*,. 1 .3 I04 Barb Citv Bonds. 101 103 Bangor City Bonds, 20 yean,. . lot 103 1 Ca’ais Cttv Bond".. 101 lag I Bank of Cumberland,. 40 40 61) Canal Bank, .100 107 1 b 1 International Bank, (new ).100 K*4 106 Casco Bank..100 1« H lift Merchants'Bank. 75 79 81 Manufacturers & Irader. Bank, 60 61 63 Mechanics' Bank,.100 90 95 Portland Company.Ioq f.o CO 1 Port'and Gas Company,. 60 61 66 Ooeau fusnranoc Company,.100 106 108 At. k St. Lawrence It. R.'. 100 102 do. do. do.. Bonds. .100 92 95 And. fc Kennebec R. K. Stock,. p¥) pg ]p do. do. do.. Bonds...loo 9H 99 Maine Central w. H. Bonds. 86 gg Acdrosco^ein R. R. Stock,. 60 worthless. do. 1st Mortirn/c Bonds. 76 86 Ken. k Portland K. R. Stock,, .ino worthier. do. do. do., Bonds... 100 90 106 I Portland A K ro*t Avenue U.K.1"0 lOH 106 Portland (Pass C rnipany. . Iftft none for sale. Portia d Shok«l %la* tifary Co 00 none tor sale! Portland Stea 11. Picket Co..100 none <or sa e Jtfohardaon’t Wharf Co.100 90 10. tape Kli*. Wharf and K. Co.,.. 6# nominal. * _PROPOSALS. F R O F> O SALS —F0&— Materials for ths Navy. N *Vr 1>KPABTMK2»T. 1 Jiurcaur/Steam zny.n«er•/ y, July 10,1801. J Ci KALfc.ll iliUiOfcALa to furnish materials for ^ theAnv/ to. too u*ca< yiar e ui..g June SOtli, i<rti5, wil. be received at the bureau ol .S tain bngi titering, uuti. ib o'c ock ot the *2tu uny oi August Hex , at which Uitto the* • p ring w ill becoiMUeuccd. i rofeO-ai» uiua. oe tuior**-.* • Pioposa 1- K r Mate rials lor luc i>a. y ti.ai they may be eutmguisiud froui other busine-s le.ters.and u..ecied to the- cuiel oithebuieau ol btcaiu Lugi«ee;iug. 1 he mateiials and articles embraced in the classes •aim d re particularly desc.ibtei iu the priu eu schedules any ot win h wi.i ce iumi bed tosuuii h de-ore to oiler, on app lcutiou to Ihu ei uiuiaiida:<U oi the ie p .cuve y aiv*. or to ILe Aavy Agent# near est thereto and those oi ail the yaids u*ou applica tion to ill burtau. inis division inio clauses b< ingfor thoconveoienet* of dealers iu each, suca cia.-se* ouiy will beiu Mail ed as Hit* actually required or bids. The Cominauu antabd.Navy AgeuiioreaonsLai.cn win, iu audi tiou to the aCueouie oi classes of .heir own yards, naveac py of tne sell* dult-s oi the oilier yaids ior exam ibatinii only, fiom w> ich may he judged wheth er it will be desirable to tune ap, licali n lor auy ot the classes ot those y aids. An other things oe Ug equal, reference win begifeo to articles of A*oi lcan m mu lac ture Uflln must be ina te lor the whole of I be class at auy yard, upon oneof tue printed schedules, ot in strict conformity therewith, or tiny will not be con sidered. Upon application to the Bureau, to the Command aui ol any yaru. or to auy Navy Agent, the lorui ol oner, oi guiftiauij , «uu wiuu v >'vu rerpeciiug lut p op# a»s, will Lc luri uikhI. The cou iaci wifi be awarded to iln» lowest bidder who gi.ti proper guaranties, as uquueu by tbe law oi Augua lu. I8M, t e Navy oepaiiuicnt reecniu., the • ig d to rebel t .e lowest bid, or any which may be (ili'DMU&AOiLl ant. Iho cout.avt* wui oear date ti e d*y the uotifica tio ■ i-g>* to and dwiivtritB can be a maniitd from that da e. bu-eti b in the full amount will be required to sign tie contract ad tneir responsibility c<. rnm-d tony a Lulled ft ate* AJis rict Judge. United 6 ate> Dis trict Attorney, Collector oi Navy agent. An addi tional security, tweury per centum will be Withheld from the amount oi the oi.is until the conn act* shall have been completed, ami eighty pur oentuiri oi each hill.apj ro\eo in inpncate by uo eomurandanu oi tin-respective yards, * in be paid by t ho Navy Agents a. the point* oi delivery, in tunes or cernnout, s, at ihjopu no iIim uoveruuieui. aithiu teu uays a> t-r t it? warrant for the same shall have oeeu passed by the Secietary ot the iT-asJby. Th- foilo a mg are the classes required at the re spective navy-y at ds Kimcav, MAINE. Class No. 1, boiler irou, Ac ; No. 2, pig iron; No. 3, toiler leltiug N » 4. gum packi g uc ; no. 6, o,urin oi ; No 0 Ibis o > on &c, o 7 lard oi : No 3 met* io oil; > o 9 t il o.% a-xl -wap; No 10 eugiueero' sto.e*; N<> 11 ei gintxos’tools; *\0 12 engime s’in struments ; No 1* » r.-ughi iron p p» * c . N*> 15 lubes No l'i steel; No 17 iron nails, noi & and nuts; No it copper; No 19 tin 4c; No 2j white leao : Noil zinc pai •»; No 22 com od paint*; No *3 *ta iouery; Nv 24 fir Wood; No 34 cotton waste, pausing arc; No 35 eugiuecrs’ s • res. CUAULESTOWN, MASS. Class No 1 b iter irou aud rivets; do 2 p*g iron ;no 3 boiler elti g; uo 4 gum packing, i ubber liuse 4c. no m sperm oil; no 0 lu.se*U od aud turpentine: uu 7 iaru uil; no B metal ic oi ; nob tali- vv aud soap; no I * engine* is'store*; uo ll engineers’ tools; no 12 eugi ><c r*’ Hist: uim-nts; no 13 s.enn pumps; no 1* wr uglit iron pipe va.vus, 4c; uo 16 iui>u»; no 1*. steel; no 17 irou nans, bo is. nuts, *c; uo JS copper; no 19tin, zinc 4c; no 2D white lead; uo 21 zinc p iut; no *2co oted t* *iu *, uryer*, 4c; no 2t *ta iiouery ; jo 36 tncko-y ana asii p auk and butts; no 26 white pine; no34 a mp -md coilou pacaiug. ac; no 35 engineer*’ stun *, 4 c. is HOOK LYN, N. V. Class ro 1 boiler iron ; t o 2 pig iron ; no 3 boiler felting, i.o4 gum packing. rubber hose, 4c; no f sperm oil; u > 6 dn.-e* o oil. turpeu in., alcohol, 4 c. no 7 lard oil; uo B lubricating or u etaiic oils; no b tailow hi.d soap; no 10 eugiuevrs'stores; no li engi ne ers’ too*; no 12 eu^i^e is’ instrument-; no l«j 8 e*ii» p* mps: noli wrought irou pipes, va vos, 4c; no 15 tub. s; uo 16 teel; no 17 iron uails. bolts, nut-*, 4c; uo 8Copper; n • 19 tiu. zi c. leal. 4c; no9l wnlteicao; uo21 /tubpaint; no 22 co i*reu piiu.s dryn 8.4c; uo 23 statioae y ; no 24 tire wood ; n > 25 hickory a« d ash p ank and Lute ; no 2»i wh.t«. . iu« no 27 back wa.uut a**d ch iry; uo 2S inibogauy whit, bciley; iio 29 lauteru*; u«. 3D li^, uiaivi.«; nc 81 drudgoous, pu ups. ac; uo 32 sour flour, c.uci blew. St.-; no >3 patented articles; uo 31 cotton aud hemp packings, &c; no 35 engineer*’ at ores. PHILADELPHIA Clx>8 no 1 b«*iier iron, Ac; no 8 boi’er felting; no 4 guui packing r .1 ber ho»e Ac; no 6 sperm t i ; nu 6 nos* ed oil and turpguuoe; no Tiara oil; no 9 tal low -oap.&c; no engineers'st*»re*; no 11 eug» noei*’ tools; no 12 engi »een iu-trumeut*; lo 14 wruuglit i o• i pip . va ve«, Ac uo 15 tubes; uo 1», ■toe ; no 17 i ou ||» 11*, bo Is a d uu ?; no 18 copper ; no 19 tin. Ac; uo2J * i;e tad. uo 21 z.no paint; uo 2 ' ci.ore i i« in;* and drver*; no 23 *.ati uery : uo 24 tire wood ; u*> 34 cottou ami hemp packing, Ac . uo 36 eugiutcr* times, Ac. Washington. Class no 1 boiler iron, A c; no 2 pig 'ron; no 3 boil er Anting,Ac; uo 4 gum packin' rubb r h»se.Ae; tic 6 -perm til; do G liuteul oi andturpentint; no * lar oil;no8 umber; uo 9 tallow and soap; no K engiu e »’ store* ; u »ll engiuee:* tool*; i % 12 cur nee s' instrument*; no 13 at am pump*; uu H wrought ir n p.pe, valves. Ac; no 16 tub >;io It s eel: no 17 iron nail , bol s. nut \ At ; uo 18 copper no 19 tin, la-1 and zinc; no 20 white had; no 2 zi uc pat t; no 22 colored pa wit*, dry era, A ; uo 21 at tt 'on* r ; uo 24 Urn wmtl; no 34 C itiou aud he mi packing. Ac; no 35 cu^iuei-rs' a torts. Jy 15 lav* 4w O F F 1G i: OK T M K ATLANTIC Mutual Insurance Company NEW YORK. JANUARY 26, 1*61. rjlUR Trustees, in coulormtty to the Charter o* the X Company, *u m t the following statement c it-* affitrs on the 31st D ccmbir, 6-3: t rent turn* received on Marine kirks, from 1st January, 1853, to 3let De« cemb r, 1W3, 8i,214,393 97 Pr miuia* vu Policies not marked off 1st January, JSG3, 1,706 f02 24 Total amount of Marine Premium*, $10,u06,00l 17 No Po icica have been i-taued upon idle Risks; nor upon k it*- Risks discou ne t u with Marine Kir**. Prt itiuuir marked oil from 1st Jan., IbGJ, t* 3ls( December, 18-3, 87.697,666 6» Losses paid dating t * same period, 8.805.651 IH Returns olPremiums aud Hxpein-t*, 1.062.967 4* The Company has the fol'owing Assess, viz; Uuii d cate*a d Stilt of New York £>toc ., City, Bauk au l other Stuck*. 83.492 631 3» Loans scoured by htocks.and-.tLei win-, 1,460,700 »< Real E t ate and Bond-* aud 51 or gages, 193,700 IX Di * Id- nd* ou Stocks.Ii fere-ion Boul* and Muttgage* auc otln r Loans,bun dry Moles, ro 1 sura'ce m d other claim* due 'he Corap'y , estimated at 104.964 61 Premium Notts and bills Receivable, 3,2-’ 670 tx Cash iu Bank, 744.S13 S> Total amount of Assets, 89,266 456 32 Six pe c nt latere*! ou the oufstan tug cert ill ca eso profits wl'l b p»id lo the ho-ders thereof or their legal reprt*eotatives, ou aud alter Tuesday, the Second of February i eat. After reserving Three and One h*lf Milliou Dollar* of profits, the out*taudiug certificate* of the issue o 1862, w 11 bo redeemed aud pdd to the holdets there day, the Second ol Ft* ru»r> next, lroto * hich dab a 1 internal thereon will eeare 1 he certitte-tea to be produce t at the tim**ot pavmeut. ana cancelled A Dividend ot Forty Per t ent, is declared on the uet earned pr* iniumi* ol the Compau;, tor the year ending 31 *t December, 188 , for which cenitteatei will b** ntMued on aud after Tuesday, the Filth ©j April uext. The Front* of the rompM]Y,«<«C‘*rl allied From the l*t ol Jul) 1842.to the l«l of Jau . 1863. for which Certificate* were l-sijtd, a uou. t to >14,33*.88G Additional fr-m lit Jau., 18G3, to 1st J auuary, 1864, 2.630 000 To*al profits for 21J year*. f 16,968.880 The Certificate* previous to 1862, have been redeemed by cab, 11.690,210 Net earning* remaining with the Com* pauy. on 1st Januar) , 1864, >6.263 ,G70 By order of the B *ard, W. TOWNSEND JONES, Secretary. TRUSTEES. John P. Joue*, David Lane, Charles Deuni-, Jhiuc- Uiy*e, W. H. ii. Moore. Woi. Sturgi-. Jr,, Tim*. fiieaton, 11 h. Bogurt, Henry Oil, A. A. Low, W C. PjCM-rsgill, Win. b. Dodge, Lewi* t uriis, Dennis Perkins, Cha*. A. Itu-ik) 11, J>« GaiBard. Jr., Low 1) Uni brock, J. iieur> Burgy, P. \. iiarg tua, Cornelius Gr.ni.ell H. W Weston, C. A. hard. Ko al Phelp , Watt* Sherman, Ca eh Barstow, K. b. Morgan, A. F. IM»o\ )i. J Howland, Leroy M. Willey, BenJ. Pahcock. Dibit* S. Miller, _ Fletcher v\ catray, H. T. Nic 1 . If. K Min*urn.Jr., Joeh’a J ll**nry, G. W. Burnham, G o. G Hobson, Frod. Chaunoey, Jume« L<>w. JOHN D JONES. Pre-ident. CHARLES DEN Mi. Vice Present. W. 11. H. M.OOLE, ad Vice President. •F*Applications forwarded aud Opkm Policixs procured by JOII.V W. XUNC.ER, Agent, No. 1Q0 Fore stroet, head of Eons Wharf, PORTLAND, MR. June 3.—w*2w)|f‘f>d,ol*n?9 PENSIONS! BOUNTIES! -AUD BACK PAY ’. Are obtained tor Wounded Soldier* rdDcharg»d and the friend* of deceased soldier* who are entitled to the time by BYRON D. VEKKIIL. Atl«mty nd Cornwcllor, it K». 117 Middle Sired, — 45D— Iileensod Agent for all the Dapartmant* at Washington Portland. April 93,1&64. s 2'.uodf;m TTAVIKG ri taovrd fr.,,n ray old .land to til, S?r*J*“-*l.C«i«iD»rcial ,tre-l aud a*a-dated m.. It inbu.iug., wi,i, if- Henry FI u/, 1 uo«ti f.m.. .n0!1^ IH *’ *° thai k ciis'omerslor pa.t l^roAgaorttaflraSfFHMgfc'irv t'.*!.'’. /'“*** rortlaud, "’““ jslfudlw Copartnership Wotire. THE utiletsliuMl bavo th sd.y fonui-ii « ronart n.r-hi|) UU^IT th. U»mx Slid , j le ..f Klin, a WijItisBo-,' and have tab i> the .tore lbiiuer.y oc. c III d bv H“tiry F l>|, So. #1, Comn.rvial -tr.w w ere t W luteiid d !■ g a Counut,, ion and Wb.dr sals bu.irp.,, in Tear. Toaaccj, IV. 1 Goons, Gro ceries aud l*rovi,iocs. HFNIiY FUNG. STEPHEN WHUTEMORE, Portland July », \tii. dtt RAILROADS. FOR CHICAGO. MILWAUKIE. And all parts of the West. IIUISIM TKKETS Ti) (111 CAW), MILWAIM, And all other points at the WEST, SOUTH & NORTH WEST, For sale at the reduced rates ot fare at the Union Ticket Office, 31 Exchange St., W. D. Little*, Agent. | junc24dtf FOR THE WHiTEMOUNTAINS, Montreal, Quebec, Niagara Falls, A XU RETURN. Excursion Tickets tor sale at the REDUCED RATES, 11 y AV . D ■ L 1 1 T L K , Agent, UNION TICKET OFFICE, iuncZitf 31 Exchange street. ■SiSE REDUCED RA1EST IMPORTAUr TO TRAVELERS -TO THU West, North West & South West! w. n. little;. 18 Agent tor all the great leading routes to Chica go, C incinnati. Cleveland. Detroit. Mila uukie, (ial«jna, u.-kosh, ht Paul, Lat rosse, Green Kay, Quincy. 81. Louis, Louisville, luui uni oJis. Cano etc., etc., and is prepared to turuish Ihhoioii TlcKKifl In m Ki rtiau i to all the principal cities and towns in tho loyal fetaits and < ansdas, at the lowest rated ot tare, and ail neediul information che*rlul y gi. 'ed. j Travelers win find it greatly to their advantage to ! procure their tickets at the Union Ticket Office, 31 Exchange Street) (Ur aT.-uits,) ^ . I). LIT I LL, *Agent. mr Passenger* for California, by the Old Line Mm g'canier a. d Panama Kail oad, may be secured by early application ai thi* oti.ee. rickets to Montreal ntuf Quebec and return (via the Lrand Trunk Kailwny ) xnay be ob aim d at this agency on favorable term* ma\26a&wtl Summer Tourist’s & Traveler’s Croat Combination of EXCURSIONS! Tor ttje Season of 1864. Tickets flood lo Itclurn to November 1st. CBASII IKVNIt UAILWAV. from Portland —TO— While Mountains, Montreal, Quebec, De troit, Chicago, W iivvaukie, Niugaia • nils, and return AT VKR r 1.0W BATHS OF FARB. Only $10 to Chicago or Milutaukie, $25 out amt return, eta. Sarnia Line. To Chicago and Kelnrn, all rail, $35, Also, lu Bouton, New Vork, up tin, HutioouRiver, ba aioga. Lake George. Returning from Niagara Fall* either by Grand lru..k bail way, or b> tue Royal Mail Line through toe 1 hi usauu Island* ttA.d itayius of the tl. Law i rence. American Money taken at Par ler Ticket#. Sleep. iugear*aud at Ucl ofthineut baioon* Anangtincuts La e been tuaue with the Proprie ; toi s oi ihe principal Hotel* iu Monareal. ^ueb c aui t> tr- it to take American Jaouey at par, charging New \ o. k Hotel prLes. * for Tickets or inf rmation apply to Aokxt of Grand Tru k Railway. L. P. REACH, General Agent,279 Broadway N Y Hm f lo wicks, Bai, tern Agent, Bangor June 11.—u4w GHCUi TitLAk UAILWAV OF Canada. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 3inK »**J sllor Mor.dK>’, June 27, 1864, SHI tnuiis Will run daily, (boudnyi txo< i>:* •tl) unto >unhtr notion, a, tollowi: ) p l'p Train.. Ivtsre Fort,md lor idsnd Fond. Montreal and fiuebocst V.Oja. • and 1 25 r. a. Down 1 rains. v r®?VM^Iel“d p“nd tor Fortland, at« SO A. a. and 1 he Compxnjr are not responsible for bsvva.e to an/ amount exu-wuiu* Mu value, and tl,ai per •unal, unless notice i* xiven. and paid lor at the rata Of one passenger lor ever/ riM auditional value U. BAltE<V.J8“^nL,,en^»“"1‘Kin* U‘rU°lUr' Fortland, Juue 25, l-u>i Bovj FURTLAKD AND KKNNEUEC H.1T. SPRING & SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 25, 1864 ~-SiliS3r Farienger trains leave Skowhe<an for an and Boston, at b 43 A M , Au gu* u, li.u A.M.aud Bath 12 lo P. M. Aurnsta \®r ‘ ortlaud and Beaton at 6.8U A, m ; Bath 6.3u A. Portland for Bah.Au. uita. WaterriiJe, Kendall's Mill* aua bkow bi g* , at 1.10P. M Portland lor Bath and Augusta 8 16 P. M. P.oweiigtr« for rationsou the Androscoggin Rail road will chat gecarv a* BiuuKWkk. 1 ue l lu . M. trmiu f om Portland connects at Keuuau a Mills w all Manu Centra! Railroad for Bangor, Ac , arriving $aiut: evening. Stages leave Ba h lor liocaiaud at 9A.M. and 3 IP M. St iges lea-^e Augusta for Belfast at 4 P. M. j Mage* leave Skowhegau at 6 10 P. 11 for Anson, 1 So on Ac. • Tbr ugn Tickets for all the station* on this and the AmiroecogRiu Railroad, can be procurred in : Boston at the Eastern or Bo* on and Maine *t*tions. a iio *aJfm CUSHMANSuperintendwat. _ April IS. 1804_ ap231f Vork * Cuiukerluud Kanroad. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. TML I ILgM On and after MONDAY, April 1th., 1SG4, trains will leave as LlA a ( d jSiri^hi follow., until lurther notice: * C.MO baco River lor Portland at 6 46 (freight Train with Passenger Cars) and 9 16 a. m , and 3.80 r m Leave Portland lor Saco River, 7.46 a. m. and 2.00 and tt,2u r u. The 2 00 p. m. train out, and 6 46 a m. train into 1 orliand, will be freight trains with Mages connect at *>accarappa daily for 8outb Wiuuham, Windham Center and Great Falls. At Gorham lor West Gw hum, bUuUuh Steep Falls, Baldwin, bebago, Ltidgtcn, Uirani, Liming ton, Cornish, Denmark, Brownfield. Level. Frye burg, Conway,Bartlett, Altauy, Jacksou and La ; ton, N. ii. I At Buxton Center for West Buxton. Bonney Ea j gie. South Liiujugtou. Limiugtoii and Limerick At baco River tri-weekly, tor bonis, Limerick, Osnipee, Ncwueld, Parsousiicld, Ktl.ngi am, Jbrea dout, MauLon, • aton, t cru sh, l oner, a c Fares 5 ceu'<* lose w uen tickets are purchased in . the Office, than when paid in the i ars. DAN. CARPENTER, Supt. Portland April 7,18*4. dtl MllItE C'GIHTKAL HAILHOAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 3HUMC Trains leave Portland. Grand Trank Station, hr Lewiston and Auborn, at 7 a. ■ For Bangor and intermediate stations at 1.24 p.m. RETURNING—leave Lewiston at 6.20 A. M., and arrive In Portland at 8.30 a m. Leave Bangor at 7 di) ▲. u , and arrive in Portland at 'A 16 p. u . Both those trains connect at Portland with trains for Boston. Freight train leaves Portland at 8 A.M., and re turning is due in Portland at 1 p. w. Mara connect with trains at principal stations, daily for most ol the towns North and Last ol this 1 no. r M MORSE.Bnp’t. Waterville. N vember. 18*3 decl4 PORTLAND, 8AC O At PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS, Commencing April 11th, 1864. RMHF; Passenger Trains will leave the 8ta ; tion. Canal street, daily, (Sundays ex C'X t'.ii I as tcllowe; L**vr* Portland for Boston, at 8 15 a. m. and 3.(6 p.m Leave Boston for Portland at 7.30 ▲. m. and 3.C0 ! TM Leave Portsmouth lor Portland, at 10.00 a. m.and j 6.80 pm. Th*»sc trains wll! take and leave passengers at way station?. Freight trains leave Portland and Boston daily. FRANCIS C Li ASF., Superintendent. Portland, Oct. 3*1.1863. oc31 edtf MAINE INSURANCE 00. Augusta, Maine. fflHK M-ine In urauce Company insure against 1 lose or damage by Fire, Buildings, Merchan dize and Furniture, ou terms as favorable as it can b? doue bv any solvent Company. Policies issued | for One, Three, or Five years. J. L. CUTLER, President. J. H. W1 LL1A MS, Secretary. IDVVMtD 31IAW-Agent, No. 102 Middle Street. AftlSxndlv I Vr EKVATIOIAL Fire Insurance Company! Of New York, Office 118 Broadway. CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000. WM. E. WARRER, President. HAMILTON BRUCE, Vico President. GKOitOb W. SAVAGE, Secretary. f Portland Roar A of Pefrrence *: Joint B. Brown k Son, Hkrhet Fi.ktcher k Co. 41. J. Libbv A Co. John LYNcii k Co. The unde signed having been appointed Agent and Attorney lor this Cm;pa y, is now prepared to ixsutt Policies ou Insurable Property at current rates. HT*Portland Office, 166 Fore Street. , JOHN W. M UNGER, Agent. J une 3,1864.— uil STEAMBOATS. Portland and Penobscot River, Summer Arrangement, 1804. THE NEW, STAUNCH AND COMMODIOUS S'1'EAHEU LAUV LAAti, Built expressly for this route, CAPT. WILLIAM H. ROIX, Will corameuce her Summer Ar* rangeintut on MONDAY M.OKN• Juue 6 h, Leaving IJangur ev er Moi.ua/, Wednetda; auu 1-rid ay Mornings, at 0 o’e t ek. Returning will leave Railroad Wharf, foot o! State street, Portland, every Monday, Y\cdnch<-a\ aud b riday Evening**, at 10 o'clock, connecting witl. the Eastern, Holton and Maine, aid Portland, Jvu. and Portsmouth Kai.roa-s. from Boston und W*\ stations, leaving Boston at 3o'ulocr., P. M The Boat will touch at KockLid, Camden, Bel last Buck sport, Wioterport and lJampdcn, both wavs, l'a* sengeri* tticketed through to and Irom lit sion, Lowell, Law rence, Salem und Lynn. * or more extended imormation, apply to J. 0. Kemlncx, Bangor; the local Agent* at the variou* la dings; the Depot Ma-ders ol the P. S ftp, Eastern, aud B. ft M Ka. I roads: Abiel Som-rby, 1 ortland; LaLg & L>< auo, Boston, or CliAS. SPEAK, General Agent. June 4.—isdtf Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. One of the following imt-clas* steau.fr* of tLis Lice vizPeruvian, li.bernia, North American, Jura,Bel gian, No\a Scotian. Moravian. Da luuftar, w* i »ail irom guebec, *vauv Satcuday Mokmxu. for l.iverpooi via x.on<i uoerr). Also the *teamers St. David St. Gkoegk. St Axdkow. St. Patrick, tri month.y troiu guebec lor Glasgow. Prepaid and return tickets issued at reduced rates. For passage apply to H. & a. ALL AN, Monti cal, or to J L. FAK u EK, mayihdif No. 10-Kxchauge street Portland. International Steamship Company. Eastport, Calais & St John. TWO TItIPS FEK WEEK. On and after Monday, March 28, a ""Mv a the superior ^ea-going t> tea met Hull |M >,/l" liKUNSWRh, Capt L. B. Winchester, will leave Railroad Wuan, tuuv oi State Street, every Monday at 6 o’clock I*. AI.. and the Steamer NEW ENGLAND ('apt. E. Field, every Thursday at 5 o'clock F. M for eastport aud St. John, N. B , connecting at Eastport with s reamer Quwu, for Robinson, St. An drewa aud C alais, and w.th stave coaches tor Ma chias. aud at ot. John with steamers for Freder icton and witn steamer Kin. eror lor Digby, Wind sor and Halifax, ai.d with the E. k N. A. Railroad lor hhediac and all way stations. Returning, wi 1 <eave St John every Monday and fbursda\ a. 8 o’clock A. AI., tor Eastport, Portland and tiostou. Thiough tickets procured of the Agentsaud Clerk on boara Steamers. Freight received till 4 o’clock P. M., Mondays and Thursdays * " _C.C. EATON, Agent. Portland and Bouton LineT THK 8TKAMKR8 Forest City, Lewiston and Montreal 5^ *„£*“; “aift,rth'r noUcc- '«» »* Leave Atlantic Wliari, Portland 1 every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and tnday. at,i o'clock P. M„ and India Wharf, Boston, every Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, Xluiraday and ! Friday, .t t o clock P. M, 3 Fare in Cabin....12.00 Freigtu taken aa usual. The Company are not rtwponsibie for baggage to any amount exceeding in value, and that person a), unless notice is given and paid lor at the rate oi one passenger lor every MOO additional vame. Keb.18,1*83. dti L. BILLlWiB, Agent Portlund and Slew lork Steamer* BEMIWtiEKLY LINK. ■a _ The splendid and fast Steamthinr „ Rgfcdt "LOCUST Point,” Capt.. WiLLxrrT. and "POTOMAC,” Captain Siikk •XiTfflOnSiivexiD. will.until further notioo, run as follows Leave Browns Wharf, Portland, every WLDNES DAI .and SATURDAY. at 4 P. M., aud leave Pi. r 8 North River, New York, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 3 o’clock, P M. These vessels arc fitted up with dne iecommodaiioaf for passengers, making this the most «pcedy. sale and oomfortable route for traveller, between New York and Maine. Passage 37,00, including Fare and State Rooms (ioodi forwarded by this line to and from Montreal Qnebao, Bangor, Batb. Augusta, Eastport and St! ; John. | Shipper-arc requested to send their freight to the steamers asearly as 3 P. M., on the day that then leave Portland. r For freight or pannage apply to EMERY k FOX. Brown** Wharf, Portland. H . B. CROMWELL k CO., No. 88 Went Street, New York. Dec. 8.1881. 4tf FOR SALE & TO LET House and I,ot No. 31 Oanlorth St., For Sale. , The two ami a half storied wooden dwel log k'jjjj House and lot, No .31 Dau forth St , coutain g teu good *«»*! room*, with a bathing ! r..o»ii—piped for g*»s throughout—a iurna<e that Will beat every part ot the house. Cisten lor rain water and a never failing well of dr ukirg water. Coj jht jmn p, *c Ou (he pretn sc* are a good barn and »liedi. The lotIs abe ut 126 bv 44 feet. I he hoa ccau be examined an v day from 10 A. M till & P AI.. by calling on the rubseii erwhowill furnish particulars and teiira f hale. J R. ItKA7.IF.R. Ocean Insurance Uompauy Building, No. 27 Exchange St. Aug. 8—dtf * llou-e und Houm* Lota ForSi’le, —^ Located in Westbrook, about five niinu e- walk Iron* the Dor re Car , ai Woodford’s coiner. ^ Alao, Re pten.->h Jy located two -'.'•tor\ Dwelling tlou-e and Lot, re cently occupied by Mr. J. C. Hemick. The lot con tainh about two aore*, and ts on** of the fiut>t loca | tiona ior a genteel it-mdence to be found in the huh | urbt of Fortiaud, being le-s than two mile* from tne i Os tlai.d Boat Office, and commands a due view of the city. *\\f further particular* call on the undersigned at ils tore Street, coruer Cuicu street, j J> 14,i f_litms DUNHAM. IkWBilin^ tloiive lor sale. EA two ttory dwelling house on Congress St. nearly opposite the castellated Villa of s. J.. Carlton, t. q.,aud oh the lino of the Horse s.aiJivad ’ll is bou-e contains fuuiUtii finished aud is well adapted to accommodate two families, with aepera o * ut buildings, stable. Ac . and a well •»f a tr in the yard. A targe part of the purchase mMitey tan lay ou mortgage it U< hir* d i This properly will t* eft red at Auction on the first of August, it not acid before. , , . ALLEN HAINES. I ortland, July21, 18r4. For touts* /1j7?v The H*elliiig ilouse, Stsble and G'apary at k-jlij' Purser) o! •». W. Auauis near Morrill’s Ctr* I ASiit ier. Buildii g* now and conv. uieut, pure ** ci, 2 wt 11*. a cieterus, I* rce pump* Ac.; cxo<.!» m publ.c schools ai.d - cad*.my, mar Horto car. ami Steam car-. One half or tine • quartt rs acre oi lai U »u toed gardeultig ooutlftiou. aiieady plamo-i with lie g a, Ornamental and Emit Trees. Grape* and K>>*e*iu abundance. Also several building lots. J*87_ _ eoo2w . House mid Liiml for Stile at a liar* Sain. I TORE lj story brick House No. » Portland strej . ] A I be lot is 63 leet ou Pu. t',t.(i tri ct, turning buck io Oxford street. Sard bouse i? a luaieu in tbe Miller ot lire city, on IL* bine line or tbe ilur-e l Ka-lroud. Prl e »!T0o,W, *90u,«l ot »bie'- can re main ou a mortgage. Pur tdrlber particulars lu ! quire of \S ii A l.l.i N Jr , j Ji leeodtl_ Nos 13 aud 15 Pxcbaoge Street. Valuiililp Krai Estate tor Sale. ; \\’have for sale a very desirable Hon e, ceu V ,lr*1'/ “>‘d ploasariily locatid, tii.islied aud ! furmslied Irom garret to cel at; every hiug in aud i abou; tire' bouse iu reriecl ord. r; sill be u lu sub I the furniture, which s n good taste aud iu ticeoi i o'r inimrdiare pb.rcssiou given, lire bouse aud lurnilure cuu be examined at any lime and iulor | mariuu give by calling on atbiiV iiAU.KV 4 Co., Austioneers. tnaylSdtf Land on Fr»*e street for Sale. ! rililE valuable rtal estate ou Free street, known i X a- the “Furbish property ” Tbe lot is about 100 ltet on Free street and extends back about 174 ie«t haid estate will bt* sold as a whole, or tbe e&atrriv halt ol tbe dwelling house, with lot about 40 bv 175 feet, will be sold by itself 3 Applicatiou rnrv be made to Janies Furbish, Esq on tue premises, or to C EG. E B. J At. K a ON, july 1 kit 1 6# Exchange stieet. For Sale. A SQUARE block ol land, of about 73000 aero* 1m. ol wood laud, on tbe south sioe of the river St Lawrance. in Canada t.ast It i* iutemcdtd by two couiddcrab e river* with eligible Mill nil*. Wtfl wooded witu every ueacriptioii ol Umber, such a* tine and spruce in largo quantities, and map!**, ercb Leech, tauiarac ana baa* wo dtt any amount Enquire of ii. X. MAC BIN. ortiand. Portland, F'eb 1861. ft L25 eodtl For bulp, CLIFF' COTTAGE, containing over 20 room •‘.large stable and shed*—-.••mated two and one-hall mile* fVom Portland, and the tiueat situation iu Cape Elirabeth for a v. a .__ tering place, and i-ummer boarders. F or particular enquire of GEO. OWEN, | _ 10! Congress Street. Portland. For Hjile. A TWO *tory House and Lot. situated on Port land stre-1, with btsble and oi her out buildings. Ai*o two adjoining lots containing abou eight | thousand square bet. Enquire of N. t4TF.VF.NB, No. 47 Portland street. Juneddtf House For Stile. VTWO story wooden house. No. iS Adam*street, 11 duisbe-d rooms, convenient lor two families' plenty of good water. For particulars inquire oi B J. WILL A Ri>. Portland, May 14,1864. may l4t*odtf To Lt*f. FOUR Office*. Single or in suite*, over Store* No*. 152 and 1M Exchange Street, opposite the inter national licuce. Apply o v tbe premies to JMdtf A. L. BROWN. To Let. STORF: now oconpled by ue. PomobsIou given immediately. Also, a Front Offioein Hanson Block. lanSdtf Kl. J. LIBBEV A CO. To L**t. f'hNK 8TORE in Galt * Block. Vp»d,f APPl)' l° H. X. MACI1IS, J aikmcalT FOK TI1F .VITIO.% ! The World'* Great Remedy -POE Dyspepsia ami Indigestion ! AND ALL I> i sc as e s STOMACH AND BOWELS Prepared by the Proprietors of “Coe's Cough Balsam.'' Dyspepsia i« not only the,are firirunnerofdeath but the companion ol a in sermble life. It has well been called iM* Nation's pen urge; ibr more persona, both o!d and young. nuie and ,emale, puller from its ravages, tban from all o her ail in. ms combined. It rots t/ie whole s> stem of its vigor and energy, gives wcariutss and total iudi-poMtion to those once strong a;.dactive; renderp the stomach powerless to digest the food, aud has lor its attendants, Headache, Heartburn, Constipation, Xausea at Stomach, and General Debility of the tehole System, refusii g it, subject, a particle or nourishment or nearly lood w, bout paying the ptnally in ihomust aaouizieg di*tr.„, and client.me complete prusira tiou. To in et be terrible ravages ot this worst of all dileases, we have prepared "COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE" and we pledge onr reputation upon our statement, wiii u we cay it will Po»itivtly Cure the Worst of You, not in a year—not in a month—Bor in a week—but you Phan ree its ben# ticial i fluence at oecj mum diitely, and the ua> you lake it. To you w ho have lived »*,r viars upon Uiahaui bread and plain d et, who dare not eat anv thing the least-* Me hearty — lirsl, because the Docior has ordered the y ain't-st food, and secondly ioruar the distress it causes— rising and pouiia>g on j our stomach, wesay pit down to your diumr, cat as heart, a meal as you w,Mi, and a.H soon sstbe food begins to distress you, fol low it by usiugie teaspoonlul of COE’S DYSPEPSIA CURE! AKD IT WILL Believe You Instantaneously. i thus enabling you. by hearty eating, and the use or ! the cure atlci each meal, (as ofeu ax the food Ul% I trca.es you, or oars on your stomach.) > ou will get iu a very few days so that you cun do without the , medicine, except occasionally, and by the time the tii »t bottle ix used up. we will guaiantee you free from Dyspepsia, and able to eat, digest and etij v ax hearty a break a*t as you ever fit uow n to in - our healthiest hours, and we will lorftit to you the price oi the bolt.e, u,ou your shewing that our statement is not correct. The medicine is powerful but harmles*. and w hilst a single leas oonlul will at ouce relieve the dvxiep tic ulTcrer, the whole Dot le would not materially ii.jure him, as it 1-eutirdy vegetable and contains no opiates Ail classes oi di<ea.e that harotheir ori giu in a disordered sloiuach and bowels, ar-j dispel led in the same iustantauoous way by the use of COE’S DYSPEPSIA CURE! Fet'er and Ague, Sick-Headache, Sickness at the Stomach,Constipation, Heartburn,Colic Pains tn Stomach or Dowels, Dysentery, Vomit ing,a fediug of Faintness and fjassi tude, Hunt of Appetite, will not and cannot exist where the cure is used.— It remove* the disease 4 y leiuotiug the cause, n t i liae Alcoholic liutem which . over up > cur bad feel | mgs 1 or a few moment*by their exhilaratingeffects. beware oi such rt mecies or beverages, but iu their I P1*** “•*> » remedy tuat will restore the diieased I tuuctioi.s to their normal condition, and set iu mo tiou the euii.e human uu-chani.-ui iu perfect bar i uiouy, and upon principles sy nony moux with well I defined A by .ological laws, i hat such will be the ef itct of COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE, immediately and instantaneously, we pledge our wo U as m u of honor—our reputation ax Thar mace utists—our favorable acquaintance vvithfihc be iplt- a* pr^p io oisoi tie Wond renowned • cot's uuuh tint ■.am,' it it is mod according to our directions, wine 11 may be found with eac • bottle. We add below some 1 extiiuouial* from our neigh bors a.id towusmeu, to which we ask your caielul attent.ou. TESTIMONIALS. From the Pastor ef the Methodist B. Church, Mad tson, Co* ft. I have used Coe's Dyspepsia Cure in my family and cau wifi ugly le-uty 10 its value ai a me-ncine! U«KC.H»MA«o,i'astor M E Church. Mad sou, Couu , June buth, 18d4. A \ oicefrom home through our City Papers, .. _ *N vv Unveu, Couu , June 18, 1861. Messrs. Editors — Ahow uie, through y«»ur col umn#. to acxuowioago u*y gratitude lor tn. beuelit 1 have recui« ed from me u#e of Cou s Dysp p5ia Cure Aiihougu i was a great sufferer liom u> spep.ia the hist dose gave inetant relief and o. e outut has enabled me to eat any thing 1 plea#e, without pain 1 luv« uur stopped Uitiug the medicine as 1 no longer need it. Talh.ha ltma* Madison. Conn .June 30,1864. fcrom the benefit den.eu by the use of Coe’s D»a pip.-ia Cute iu m> family. 1 am prepared to say that 1 never intend to be without it and advixe ail who are afflicted witu Dyspepsia to try it. Tuilaadkr Lewis. Mr. Coe:—The bJttle 01 Coe's Dyspepsia Cure \ ou gave me has b .eked up your statement concerning it. 1 have o ily us ja half a bottle, aud cau eat pine ayp.e *h »rt cake or am thing el e without trouble, li acts like a coarm. 1 oe relief it affords is instan taneous Jask a. Lovvukv •New Haven, Juue 18, lt>64. Those w ho know my cousiitutiou, what my condi tion has been *or the lad ihirty yea.s. will believe with me that a mtd c.ue that will reach my case will r«aCh almost any one. Coe s Dy«pen.ja Oar# hm '-intuitu me iu wu uuy suing i please, gU<j u „ Very j * ;itlow 1 now nave to u»e iThj mediciue. it relieved hj^ iu au instant when 1 waa in great pain My ahulo #y stv-ui is bmug strong,heutu by its use v. „ I A NX fc Hauoott. New Haven, June 2h, 1864 lm onant to Tiavelei*. WhHe Journeying on tho o»re. mv stomach bo camoha.il> deia. geo. earning seveta paiu in mv load. lindUoeou ou tue water it w„uld have oeeucaile, .-ei-eickuoa* A ladv eittiug hv me kuoaiug mv COU..1UOU, leached out ahotl e -•>i.ie’ •take a swoliow." I did »o aud tu i.•», tiiau n.o miaukcs my tr. uble v as ended. The meicue was ; • LWe Dyspepsia Cote, ’ and irum the effect it had upon the Momach. aud what 1 have learned ot it since. 1 biuk u must be >u excellent rtinedv fur 8ta-sickue»B aud Dj#pep-i». . oo U . SS8. SAMl'EI, FIELD. Madison, June auib, 188,. Sew Haven, June 28tb, 1884. Messrs. C. <• C a-k a Co.— (/aheniM>| desire [ to uiako kuuwa lbe alrao-t iii*t»utanrGu# effects of “Cot’s Dyspepsia Cure,” in casts of cholera m>rbu*. ! 1 bad been lor twenty tour hears purging ai tho stomach snd bowels, every tif eeu minute* 1 W ent iuto your urug store to pr cure some brand) , as 1 uad al w *y * been to tt mat at was a good remedy ior Dysentery. My psliiu fa:e and luy weakness at ouce attracf*d tue attention o! the clerk in ct a^g* aud be asked me at once ‘wi at is the matter?” 1 I replied: ”1 have b^tu lor tweutry-lour hours vomit ing aud purging, and l am uuabio to stand or walk, from weakness, ai.d this dea ily sickness at my ktom’ ach c nipiete y pro*t atos me. lie pioduced * bot tieof i oe’a D>spepaia Lure, saving, • take a large swall<w ot that; it i* no w il o cloca ; taken another af or dinner." from the moment I took that first dose of the un diciue my siekm #» at stomach was gone- it# tff ct «a« iustautane us. In su hour i eat uiy diuuer wi h a« go >d a rel.i-h a# ever hungry man partook, ti* 1 w as well c ear. d out of looa.) and lollowed by a teaspoonltt ot <uie. 1 have uot suffered a {article o, iuoouveiiience siuoe I t ok the remedy. Its action was #o w n lertul aud so immediate, that 1 eoaW hardly bell ve the e-videnc# of my owu sen** and I desire to pu licly inuk- known these tacts, that the whole world inav avail themselves of its u-o Like bread, it thould ti U a place iu every on ’# house, aud I believe that uo oue should go uwav from h .me without a bottl* of it i;i hi# pocket or where it o *uld b. quickly mad- availah e * TiUly your#, GEd. L DRAKE. One of the l irentyfee. „ .v „New U-veu. July IlHi, J864. M Mr Co*—Sir.*—Raving been troubled with the Dvspep-U for home eight or twelve months. 1 ha*e taken the usual kinds of mediciu's. which have done tue no good. 1 saw your a ,\erti*etrei:t of a medi cine to e .ro the Dyspepsia. I have tried it aud found it to b«THK rood cine The first 15 drops (the Tthof June ) that I took, reliev d ine in one minute. 1 i.nve taken it three or four tim s, but have had no di-tr-ssing leeling iu tny stomach siuce takiug the first 16 drop-; al hough before. I could not eat a meal, and sometimes ro inoro than three or four mouthful is w thout distressing me. Respect.ally, J. F. WOODRUFF. ri N»' en. June Uth, 1864 Mr. Co*—Dear Sir — The bottle of Dyspepsia Medicine 1 rec nod in n you, gave instantaneous relief. I only used it when my food d stressed me It was about like taking two doses to-fiav.one to morrow. fheu every other day, increasing the quart t tv •>! food and decreasing tue medicine.until I was enabl'd to eat withour taking anything stall My cat* was an extreme oue. having suffered ter seven years. 1 now coup ler myself cured, and by u«mg only oue bottle of medicine iu the space of two 1 mouth#. The dcso was a leaspoo* ful. Ellen s. Allen. j Sold by Druggists iu city and country, every where. Price $1.00 per Mottle. Orders by mail, from either dealers or consumers ! promptly attended to. C. G. CLARK & CO. Wholesale Drug gists, Ntrc Hsren, Conn , Proprietors. Sold in Portland by W. F. Phillips, H H. Hay i aud all other coalers. marcU3eodl> 64 1 MEDICAL. Good News for die Unfortunate. THK LONG BOUGHT »OR DISCOVERED AT LAST. Cherokee Remedy -AND CHEROKEE INJECTION. COMPOUNDED PROM ROOTS, BARKS AND LBAVBB CHEROKEE REM ED Y, the great udian Din ette, care# all di*easos of the Urinary t. gans, such a* Incontinence of the Urine, Inflamation of the 4Kidneys,Stone in the Bladder,Stricture, Grarel, Gleet, Gonorrhea, and i# especially recommended in those cases of Fluor Albus, ior Whiles in Female*) wh*-re all the old nauseous medicines have failed. It is prepared in a highly concentrated form, the dose only being from one to two teaspoonfuls three times per day. It is diuretic and alterative in its action; purifying and cleausiug the blood, causing it to flow in all its original purity and vigor; thus removing from the system oil pernicious causes which have induced dis ease. CHEROKEE IFJECTION is intended as an ally or assistant to the CHEROKEE REM ED Y, an should be used in conjunction w ith that medicine in all cases of Gonorrhea, Oleet, Fluor Allusor Whites. Its effects are healing, soothing aud demulcent; re moving all scalding, heat, choadee aud pain, instead of the burning aud almost unendurable pain that is experienced with nearly all the cheap quack injec tiont. By the use of the CHEROKEE REMEDY and CHEJROKEE INJECTION-—the two medicines at , the same time—ail improper discharges are removed and the weakened orgaus are speedily restored to full vigor and strength. For full particulars get our pamphlet from any drug store in the country, or write us aud we will mail free to any address, a full treatise. Price, CHEROKEE REMEDY, *2 per bottle, or three bottles for S5. Price, CHEROKEE INJECTION, S2 per bo e or three bottles for So. Sent by Express to any address on receipt of the price. Sold by all druggists, everywhere. DR. W. R. MERW1X JL Cw., •OLB PROPRIETORS, No. £9 Liberty St., New York. Cherokee Cure ! THE OBBAT INDIAN SI B D 1 Cl N K, COMTOCXDXD rttoE BOOTS, BABBS AND LIAVKS, Ad unfailing cure for Spermatorrhea, Semina WesEBcu, Nocturnal Emitwions, and all diseases caused by self polution; such as Loss of Memory, Universal Lassitude. Paius in the Back, Dimness ot Vision. Premature old Age. Weak Nerves. Difficulty of Breathing. Trembling, WakelViIness, Eruptions on the pace. Pale Countenance. Insanity, Consump tion, and all the direftil complaints eaused by de parting from the path of nature. This medicine is a simple vegetable extract, and one on which all ran rely, as it has be n used in our practice for many years, and, with thousands treated, it has not l«ilcd in a siugle instance. Its curative (lowers have been sufficient to gain victory over the most stubborn case. To those who have trilled with their conatitation until they think themselves beyond the reach ot medical aid, wc would say, iMtpairnor the CHBH OK UK CURB will restore you to health and vigor, aud after all quack doctors have failed. For full partioulara get a circular from any Drug store iu the country, or write the Proprietors, who will mail froe to any oue desiring the same a full treatise iu pamphlet form. Prioe. *2 per bottle, or three bottles for f5, and forwarded by express to all parts of the world. Sold by all rospectable druggists everywhere. UK. W. R. M ERWIN At C«.. (OLB rBOPHIBTOBB, fbbS eodfcwly No. G0 Liberty St., New York. Female STRENGTHENING COBDIAL. This Medicine it of long tried efficacy for correct ing all disorders incidental to the feminine tea. That the afflicted may feel assured that thit Cordial it truly valuable and worthy their coufideuce, not one of thone seer t compound!* purposed to destroy healthy action, 1 add a lew testimonials from pint icians wnoin all, favoring the Electric aud Relorm'ed Practice O' Mtdiciue, reaptet. DR. WILLARD C. GEORGE,formerly Professor in the Worcester Medical College, and President of the Electric Medical Society, at am*., 'peaks oi it in the following terms: “ 1 have used the Female Strengthening Cordial similar to that preparation by 1>K. UKu. W I 8WATT. 106 tianover Street, and 1 regard it as one of the best Medicines for Female complaints that cau be found." OH J. KING, Author of “Woman: Her Dis eases and their Treatment," says: “ This Medicine appears to eaert a specific influ ence on the Lterus. It is a valuable agent in all de rangements of the Female Reproouctive Organa." DR. SMITH, pr» sideut of the New York Asso ciation of Botanic Physicians, says: , “No Female, if in delicate health, thoud omit the timely use of this valuable Cordial. 1 owe much ot ray sucooss in midwifery to the use of this Medi cine." MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES The following from Dr. FAY is worthy your no tice . “ Asa general reinedv for Female Complaints this • Cordial’ is a very valuable one, but by the Profes sion it is esteemed more highly for its good result during Confinement iu relieving the great suflerirg attendant upon childhirtb. 1 acknowledge with Dr. Smith that much of my success in midwifery is due 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 weeks previous to confinement, as by the enertry it imparts to the uterine nervous system the labor wi.l be very much facilitated, and removes the scraps w hich many female* are liablo to. No woman.if she knew the great value of this Strength ening cordial would tail to use it." 1 have received numerous testimonials from diff erent parts of the country where used huowing the good it is capable of doing, Iw 11 warren t at ery bottle of my '* c ordial” to be satisfactory in its re i tultS. The following symptoms indicate those affections in which the Female Strengthening ioruuu Las proved in\ sloable: Indisposition to Exertion, Wakefulness, Uneasi ! ness, Depression of Spirits. Trembling, Loss of , Power, Pain in the Back. Alternate Chills, and Flushing of Heart, Dragging sensation at th« I riUJAP PbpI ikn II .t/J a, V — — E I in* Along the thigh*. Intolerance 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 ol Green ©ickness, Irregularity, Painful ness, Profuse or Suppre«»ion of Customary Dia charpas, Leucorrh»a or Whites, Scirrhu* or Ulcer ate State ot the Uterus, Sterility, Ac No better Tonic can possibly he put up than this and none less likely to do harm, and it is computed wholly ot vegetable agents, and sorb as w« have known to be valuable, and have used for many year*. PRICE, One Dollar Per Bottle, or six bottles for 96. Should your druggist not have if, send directly to us, and when s»x bottle* 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 lo6 lianover St Boston. GEO. W.8H’KTT,M. D., Proprietor. II. H. HAY, Agent, Portland. mch3codfim STATEMENT 01 TIE •tllua 1 umiiraiicr Company, OF HARTFORD. CONN., On the 1st day of November, A. D. 1883, aa required by the Lawa ol the State of Maine. The Capital Stock la.*1.600.000 and inch the surplus is invested as follows: Real e.tate, nuincumbered, *87,963 18 Caah in hand, on depoait, and In agent*’ hand., 8,8 960 56 Ended States Stock*. 612,817 60 Stute and City Stocks, and Town Bond,, 6tiii!l50 00 Bank and Trusl Company Stuck., 1,047,279 00 Mortgage Honda, 831,9«0 00 Atlantic Mutual In«. Co’, »orip, 1882-3, 16.886 60 Total A acts, *3,026.879 74 Amount of Liabilities for Losses not due or adjusted, 9176.411 Si Amount at risk, estimated, 116,61b 479 o TUOS. A. ALEXANDER, President. Lucira J. 11 a roe k. Secretary. Uart/ord, Nov. 7, 1863. J. C. CHURCHILL, Agent, No. 1 Iron Block, Portland Pier. deo6 dtf Dirigo Insurance Company OF TUM CITY OF PORTLAND. Ollirt* No. tIM Exchange street. Capital $900,000 rilHIS Company i* now prepared to issue policies A oil all kinds of property insurable against tire, at cuueut rate* A. K. SHUhTLKK, President. JEKFMlAil DOW, Secretary. Directors. J. B. Brown, S. E. Spring, D. W. Clark, J. B. Carroll, John Lynch, 11. I. Robinson Trustees. St. John Smith. II. M. Payson, C. II. Haskell, Andrew Spring, N. O. Cram, Philip ii Ilrown4 H N.Jose, Jere. Dow, G. W Woodman, II. J. Libby, 11. I. Robinson, J. N. Winslow, 8. C. Chase. AlvahConant. Wm. Moulton.* Portland. May 4. 1864. mavftdtt Koltc*. TklllS dav 1 give to mt two von,. E. J. and Ch»». Kan All. their time, to »ct and trad ■ Ibr them aelrea; 1 .lull not claim their wage, or pav their debt,. T. C. nAN D.v LL, Her r Falhi. Me. Wltncv. Mary Fill.bury, Mary S. PllUbury. Jun* 27.1866. JuneJS MEDICAL. Lyons Periodical Drops THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! ABB BBTTKBTHA* ALL Pills, Powders A Quack Preparations. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! -ABB Sure to do Goodand cannot do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! I The Ureal Female Keinedy LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS!! ill limiTBiK ALL PILLS,POWDERS t QUACK PREPARATIONS LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARE SURE TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HARM. Lyon’s Periodical Drops the great female remedy. Lyon’s Periodical Drops ARM RKTTRR THAN ALL PILLS, POWDERS AND QUACK MEDICINES. Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are Sure to clo (Jootl and ounnot <lo Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Ureal Female Remedy. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS ARE BETTER THAW ALL Pills, Powders and Qnack Preparations, LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS -Ul 8CKK TO DO GOOD AN D CANNOT DO HARM Lyon’s Periodical Drops TUK OHS AT FEMALE HEMEDT Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are better than all Pills, Powders, And Qnack Preparations. Lyon’s Periodical Drops, —a as sure to do Good snd cannot do Harm. Price, tl per Bottle. For tale by all Drnggiit#. At wholesale by W. F Phillip#, H. H. Hay A Co., Portland, an*22 eodly CATARRH 1 NOISES IN THE HEAT I ! CURED BY INHALING .A. Harmless Fluid, Or AGREEABLE ODOR. NO VIOLENT SYRINGING Of the Head. TltK SENSE OF TASTE AND SMELL RESTORED DH. R. GOODALE'8 | CATARRH REMEDY. I Dr. Goodale has combatted Catarrh until he bar fought it down. It has been a long war. bnt bit tri umph u complete. Through all cosing time hit Ca tarrh Remedy will be known at the only one anti iote for a disease which superficial lets have declar ed incurable. Cata’rh doctors, to called, tpring np like inuthroont on all tides. The object of tbece pocket practitioner* it money. 1 hey use dangerous ir.ntrum.ntt. Their violent manipulations irritate the already inflamed membrane. They never cure. Dr. Goodalc's treatment it medicinal, not mechani cal. ile does not believe in the force-pump system, I which it working to much mbchief. Hit remedy pa*aet through the absorbents, to the teat of the dis ease, and obliterates it. It does not relieve merely for a day. but for all time. Laatly, it cotta a dollar a Lottie—no more. Dr. Doilge of Auburn X. Y. After having witnessed the effect# of thia Remedy in Catarrh, thus speaks of it;— It it truly and uu* conditionally a Ucrculean Keltic lor the • bole dis ease. bitch an article ought not to be "bid under a bushel." and any mun who can invent to trulv an efficient and pothive a remedy for tuch a loathsome disease, ought to be con&iuei ed one < I the bent:ac tors of his race, and bit name aud the effects ol hit skill perpetuated. Your* respectftt'l-. D. L DODGE. A. M Pling Afi/et, the rt//-tnnrn Trace/ter, i And whose family Physician Dr Gooda'e was for many years, tava—"If i)r. Goodale says he can cure (.'atari h. he tan cure it,” kc. * rice >i M-na m stamp tor a pawphiet. Dr K UOODALK’S oilici-and Dctiot , 74. Hleeker •'reet. one doi r went ol Itroadway, pi,*w Yojk. H. II. Itav Agent for Rortiaud. June 2d, 1868. juue2d7y PARTICIPATION. Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company. Thie Company will U,u« Rottce* to be free after the payment ol >ix,eight or ten Rtemlunm it the option or the inanred aud at rate* ax low aa any other < ornpany. Ibelwueof Kreo Rn,icier reudera it at t’ eaat txjual it not auperior to the participation rpaniee. Otlice Mo. 10J Middle St. CUARLKS HOLDKN. Rre». .a KUVYAKDSUAW.Seo. * en 16 dkw tf. Scbmkox (>bxeeal'e Office » __ . 'Vushiugt u ( ity, June 74,1864. i \\ ANTED Snrpe^nt and .1$ti»itnnt turyroni for tkt Colored Ttasijig—Candidates must be : Gradual* of soma Regular Medical Coll-ge. and must be examined by a Board ol Medical Officers to be convened by the Burgeon General. The Hoard vrill determine whether the candidate will be ap pointed Surgeon or Assistant Surgeon, according to merit Application* acoomnauied by one or more te«t monial* from respectable persons. as to moral character, Ac., should be addressed to the Surgeon General. U. 8. A . VVashington, D. C , or to the As sistaut Surgeon General. U. 8 A., Louisville. Ky. Boards are now in session at Boston. New Vo k. Washington, Cincinnati, St. Lcuis, aud New Or leans. Also wanted. Hospital Stewards for Colored Reg iments Candidate* mu«f posse** a lair English Ed ucation and bo filmiMar with the coin. onnding and oispeusiug of Medicines. Application* must be made as iu tire esse of Surgeon* and Assis'ant Surgeons. | Compensation from 62o00 to *33 00 per mouth, with CtOthing, rations, tuel and quarters. Jos K. harnes. julyl-2aw3m Acting Surgeon General. American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY! OF NEW YORK. Capital 8800.000, Injure Buildings. MerckaadUe. Haase hold Furaiiurr. Krni», l.nmc. Ves sel* on tke Storks* and other Per •oaul Prarerty at la* Law •st rrtes. SAMI EL BROWN, President. WILLIAM RAYNOR. Secretar. EDWARD SHAW Agent, 103 Middle 8treet. oot27 lyeod THf) BOSTON FIRE BRICK And Clay Retort Manufacturing Co., Work*, 394 Federal street, office audWarubeu-e 13 Liberty Square aud 7 Battery inarch St, manufacture Fire Brick, ail shapes and sixes, tor furnace* required to stauu the most interne heat also Furuace Block* and Slabs, Locomotive Fire Blocks. Rakers'Oven and Greeu-house Tiles. Clay R-torts aud nece ssary Tiles to set them, Fire Cemeut, Fire Clay and Kaolin. The undersigned will give their special attention that all orders for the above manufacture are execu ted with promptness. JAMES E XOND AC O. Sklliso AuexTB, 13 Libarty Square, Boaton. mchll eod6m Hnre < hnnc«. fIK> purcbtM a ttock "f Millinery, with rest of one I of the beatitandi in the oity. Aildrva. throe.b P. 0., jyHtf MlLLlNKK, Portland. 1 MEDICAL. MORE TESTIMONIALS! • MRS. MANCHESTER 1$ constantly receiving unsolicited testimonials c) the astonishing cures performed by her. Among many recently received are the following, which aro commended to the nctioe of the afflicted. Mrs. Man Chester may be consulted at No. 11 Clapp’s Block, Kooni Ao.6* A CASS OF SPINAL DISEASE CURED This is to eertily that 1 went to see Mrs. Max.chea ter last March with a daughter of mine trout led with spinal disease, for which she had been doctored ioi five years, and by a number oi physicians of kinds; and she has had twenty-one applications electricity applied, but all to no effect; but the cob tinually grew worse. 1 came to the conclusion, the last resort, to go and see Mrs. Manchester, and did so; and to my great surprise she told me the airst ause ot the disease, and how she had been from time to time, which enoouraged me to try her medicine#. I did so. and now my daughter is able to be around the house all ot the time. 8he also rides ten or 111 teen miles without any trouble or inconvenienoe.and 1 think in a short time she will be restored to perfect health. Sinoe my daughter has been doctoring, 1 have heard of a great mapj oases that Mrs. Mauch« • ter has cured. 1 think if any person deserve* pat ronage, it is the one who tries to preserve the htaitn of the tick and suffering. and 1 know that • ;.«• u es every effort which lies in her power to txneilt hex patients. 8a hah L. Kmuuts, Quokou Km*. Hr a, ▲buy E Kbiqhtb, Ebb a hM.wsia. Bnmswick, Mams, August Uk. OHM OF THE GREATEST CURES onRFCOH Mas. Mabohbstbb— Dear Madar\ — I hlukitg statement of my oase may be of service to others similarly afflicted, I hasten to give it to you. This is briefly my case—1 was taken sick about lk months ago with the Liver Complaint in a very bad form. I applied to four different physicians, but re oolved no benefit until I called on you. At that time I had given up business, and was in a very bmi etate, but s/ter taking your medicine for a short tine 1 be gan to reoover, and in two months 1 was entirety well, and had gained several pounds of fl.*h, and oaa truly say that by your skill 1 am a perfirctiy heat hy man. Jonura Daw. Boston f Maine Depot, Portland, Me. A REMARKABLE CURE OB A CASK OB ABO ar CURED BT MRS. MANCHESTER. This U to oertiiy that 1 have bees curtJ of the Dropsy of fifteen years standing by Mr*. Jf-mckes far. I have been to physiahiu. in Boston, Kew York and Philadelphia. They all told me that they ooall do nothing tor me, aaleae they tapped me, and as sured me that by tapping 1 eon'.d liva but a abort time. 1 had made op my mind to go home and live as long as I could with the disease, and then die. Oa my way home I stayed over night in Portland with a Mend of mine, and told them what my mind was a regard to my disease. They finally pomaded ms to go and ses Mrs. Manchester. Sbe examined ms and told me my ease exactly. 1 was so much astonished to think that she told ms oorrectly, that I told her that I would take her medt* otnee, aot having the least faith that they would me any good, or that 1 should get the slightest reliel from any soars# whatever; finally 1 took the nun o:ne and went home, in one week from the time 1 commenced taking the medicine, I had over three gallons of inter pass me In seven boors; and my fel low sufferers may be assured lhut It ins a great rultal to me. I had aot been able to lie down iu bed at algbt before this for two yean. Now 1 can Ue do' with perfect case. I have taken her mediums eight months, and am as well as any man could \ > to he, and ao signs of dropsy. I would advi<>. , that are sick to go aad consult Mrs. ifowshu, tvsaifthsy ban been given up by other pt doians. I have seat her a number of cues ofeti... diseases, and she has oared them also. bo and for yourselves. I hud no faith, bat now my faftL onnnot buahaksdia her aUll in telling and curing disease. Ciani.se S. Us niton, finnan E. Hannon, Many A. Hanson. Bom for, Mom*, April 14. Onrjon Houma—P rom S A. M.Uli 1P. M. vault InAnutaS edly DH. J. B. UVUHlik oan nn lersD ar ms PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, No. ,1 Temple Street, WHERE he can be oousnltcd privately, and with the utmost confidence by the afflicted, at all hoar* daily, from 8 ▲. m. to 9 r. u. l*r. U. addrt'Me* those who are -offering under the affliction of private disease, whether arising iron impure connection or the terrible vice oi seli-abuee. Devotinjr his entire time to that particular trench of the medical profession, he teel* warrantee in ANTBR1NO A CURB 111 ALL CasBB. whether of tool standing or recently contracted, entirely removin the dreg* of disease from the system, and making pHrfect and PERMANESTCCRB. Ue woald call the attention of the afflicted to ( fact ot hi* long standing and well earned < c potation, furnishing sumofoat aesaranoeof his skill and sac oeec. CACTI05 TO THE PUBLIC. Every intelligent and thinking person ma^» know that remedies handed oat (Tom general use ehou.d have their offlcaoy established by well-tested expe rience in the hands of a regularly educated pfcysl etan. who-e preparatory *tudy fits huu lor all the duties he must fulfill; yet the country is floedtd with noor nostrum* and cure-alls, purporting to be the bfwt in the wond. which are not only u*eie*s, but al ways injurious The unfortunate should be uabtio ULab in selecting his physician, as it is a larm Liable yet incoutrevertable feet that many syphllitio ap tients are made miserable with ruined constitution! by maltreatment from inexperience d phjsieiaan in funeral practice; for it is a point geo« rally conoc Jed y the best synhilographers, that too study aad man agement of these complaints should tHj.ru* the whole time of those who would be competent and •uecessial in their treatment and care. Ire :aex« pericrced general praotitioner, having neither op ?ortunity ncr time to make himself acquainted with heir pathology, commonly tmeraes one ry»um of treatment, la most cases making an indiscriminate ase of that antiquated and dangerous weapon. Mer cury. HAVE COBPIDE5CE. All who have committed an excess of any kind,* whether it be the solitary vice ef youth, or the sting ing rebuke of misplaced confidence in raaturer yean, fill FOR AN ANTIDOTE IN REASON, The Paine and Achee, and Lassitude and Mervewi Prostration that may follow Impure Coition, are the Barometer to the whole system. low, do not wait for l’n*igktly I'lotra, for Disabled Limbs, for Loss of Boaaty and CompJexicn. HOW MAS) THOUSANDS CAN TESTIFY TO THIS B Y USUAPP Y EXP MR IMS CM. Young Men troubled with emiaaiora in sleep, a comp lain! generally the remit of a tad bath la youth, treated *cfeuiideally, and a perfect cure war ranted or no charge made. Hardly a day paseee but we are consulted by oae or more young men with the above disease, some ot whom are as weak and emaciated a* though they had the consumption, and be their friends supposed to hare it. Ail such c uu* yield to the proper and only correct course of treatm* nt. and in a short lime are made to rejoice im perfect health. MIDDLE AGED There are many men at tnea*. „ . «.• ..M^are troubled with too frequent evaccattons trom the bladder, often accompanied by a alight smarting of burning sensation, and weakening the -ysh m ta a manner the patent cannot account for. On exam ining urinary dep< sits a ropv sediment will often be lound, and sometime* smaJl particles of e»u.iu of albumen wi'l appear, or the color will be of a thin ndlkish hue. again ehaugiu* to a dark and turbid appearance. There are many men who me of thia difficulty.ignorant of the eanse which la the SMC OSD STAGE OF SKMiSAL WEAKNESS. I ean warrant a perfect care in such oases, and a full and healthy restoration of the urinary oryam*. Tenons whocaunot personally cobsult the Dr., can do so by writing in a plain manner a description of their disease, and the appropriate re ramie* will be forwarded immediately. All correspondence strictly confidential and will be returned i: desired. Address. DR. J. B HUGHES. No. 5 Temple St., (corner of Middle] Portland. rFUtu i duunp for circular. Eclectic Medical Infirmary, TO THE LADIES. DK HUC* UKS particular!) invites .11 Ladle. whs need , medical adviser, to call a! Ms roust, No. 6 Temple .Street, which they will gui arranged fot thri, especial accommodation. Dr. ll.'s Eclectic Hr novating Medicines areuarirai lad in eIBcacy and suporiur virtu, in regulating all Female Irraguiaritb s Their action is -pacific and oortaia cl producing roller In a short tlmo. edUiM will Cnd it invaluable In all caeeeofob* • 'ruction., after all other remodira have been tried la raia It it pnroly v.gotablc, containing nothing ta the least injurious to ti,e health, and may betAca with perfect safbtv at all t.mee. * Sent to any part of the country with fall direction# by addressing Hr tUlOHKS, Ho.fi Temple fltrect, corner« f Mid die, Portland. H. B.—LADIES desiring mu; consult one 0/ them own sea. A lady of experience in oonstant attend tanldAwlr JAMES EDMOND & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 13 LIBERTY SQUARE, . . BOSTON r‘,M' COLT PIG IRON, Also, BAR, SHBRT.t BOlUtR PlATB IRON, of English and Sootch Manufacture. Weshalleoulinueto receive, in addition to onr American brick, a regular supply of ENCLISH, SCOTCH, k WELCH FIR* modi1eodfim

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