Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, August 15, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated August 15, 1864 Page 4
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HUMOROUS. j A Jokk on' a Hebei. Newspaper.—A ; correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial, i in giving a description of General liosseau’s great raid, details the following: On the 13th ult. the raiders arrived at Aeh vtlle, having the pleasure of skirmishing most 1 of the way. The Ashville Videtle.a rehei sheet | of no mean circulalon in Alabama, was just ready to go to press. The boys in blue took possesion of the olfice, made the rebel devils unlock the forms, wheu the editorial column was abstracted aud a new one inserted in its stead. The first editorial, as prepared by the Yaukees, announced “the arrival of distiu- i guished gentlemen, Major-General Koaseau aud staffbut it added that it was "was very uncertain how long they would stay.” The second editorial was a most withering satire on Jett' Davis and his Cabinet, denounc ing them all as repudiatore, scoundrels, devils aud malefactors, the offscouring of Goths and Vandals. Then followed a brief summary of recent Union victories. Persuaded by force of arms, the rebel printers sullenly made up the forms again, and then they worked off the paper as usual. As the Yankee editorials were put under the rebel editor's name, it is thought that he will be arrested for publish ing “treasonable matter” before be can possi bly make an explanation, for bis paper was circulated aud his office demolished. Some curious stories are told of the uni form politeness of Barou Graham, an English judge, while on the bench. In his day it was usual to suspend judgment in the criminal cases till the conclusion of the assizes, and deliver ail the sentences in a lump. A name had been accidentally omitted iu the list of capital puuishmeuta, of which he was remind ed on comiug to the end of the list. “Oh, yes, I see, John Thompson; John Thompson, I beg your pardon; you are also to be hauged by the neck till you are dead, and may the Lord have mercy on your miserable soul, too!” __ A minister was once riding through a sec tion or the State ot South Carolina, where custom forbade inn-keepers to take pay from the clergy who staid with them. The miuis ter iu question took supper without prayer, and ate his breakfast without prayer or grace, and was about taking his departure, when “mine host” presented his bill. “Ah, sir.” ■aid be,“ I am a clergyman.” “That may be,” responded Boniface, “but you came here, smoked like a sinner, slept like a smner, aud ate aud drank like a sinner; and now,sir, you a hall pay like a sinner.” Henry Ward Beecher says of slavery and the constitution: “You must recollect that in all stages it was the opinion ol every man who founded the constitution that slavery was dying, and they did not leel as you or 1 would have felt, but said: ‘Ease it up iu every way.’ Slavery was like some brigand brought into an Alpine convent, where he was given a place to prepare to die decently, and the old brigand did not die, but called in his confed erates, and ruled the very hospital where he waa being nursed for a Christian burial/’ Not feeling very well the other day, we turned our attention to poetry and Peters burg, and here is the result: 8ay« U 8 Grant to R. E. Lse — ‘' Surrender Petersburg to me.' 8avt R E. Lee to C. 8 Graut— “Hire Pet rebuifr’ Ob.uo you i.” “1 slun.t’” said Grant, *'Oh very sell— You say I shan't, I say I snru " —[Hartford Press. When Judge Hale, who had been a fierce swash buckler in bis youth, sst in judgment upon one of his former boon companions, be took advantage ot the retirement of the jury to ask the culprit in the dock suudry ques tions touching their old associates. “They are all hanged, my lord,” answered the knave, “except you aud me.” John Reeve was accosted on the Kensing ton road by an elderly man with a small hot tie of gin in his haud. “Pray, sir, I beg youi pardon, is ibis the way to the poor house?’ John gave him a look of clerical dignity, ant pointing to the bottle, very gravely said, "No sir, but that is!’’ Gov. Letcher’s house was burnt because t manuscript proclamation was found in hii hand-writing, exhorting the citizens to assae sinate our troops from behind trees, bushes Ac. The document had been set up iu i printing office. A late French writer says that the Boston! aus are much like his own countrymen, po lite, courteous, and lovers of frogs, and tha they have a frog pond in the middle of a pub lie gardeu, which is kept for the purpose o supplying the city with these aoiraals! Dr. O. A. Browuson, the distinguished re viewer, bears the name of two members c the happy family of Atreus—Orestes, (whe killed his mother), and Agamemnon, (whe was killed by his wij). BRADFORD ft HARMON, Pension and Claim Agents, (Established in 1861.) STILL continue to devote their special and estein •ive attention to the prosecution of Claims loi Pensions, Bounties, Arrears of Pay and Prize Money, And all other claims against the Government, Lav ingbeen duly licensed therefor. BP* All advice tree. Terms as low as at any otb er Areucy, and no pay IdQZiZfd until the claims ari obtained. Office 88 Exchange street, Jose Block. K. BRADFORD, . Z. E. 11ARMON. Jans SI.—dtf STATE COLLEGE Agriculture anu Mechanic Arts 1 TUE undersigned. Com-niasionern, appointed or der a reeolve of the last Legis ature, an author iced and directed bv Mid resolve to invite and r oeive donations and benetactious in aid of the pro posed 44College tor the benefit of Ayricutture ana tht Mechanic Artt," and to receive proposal* forth* location thereof, hereby give notice that they art prepared to receive euch donations, benefaction! ana proposal .and request tha* all communication! touching the same may be made before the first day of (September aext, addressed to the under***' ed. »WM G. CttOsBY. Belfast. WM G CROSBY, JOSEPH EATON. Samuel f. feulky. jmlySdAwto septl Acini in 1st rafor's bale. NOTICE U hereby given, tb it pur-uaut to'licenee from the Judge of Probate fjr Cumberland County, I *hall sell a4 public auction, at my dwell* ing house in Raymoud. iu said Connty, on the Pith day of September, 1864. at one o’clock in the alter noon the f dlowiug real estate, belonging to the Es tate ol James M Jordan, late of *aid Raymond, do fliks**d, viz: tue reversion of the dow«r s*t out <o the widow of said ceceased, and also abaut fitteen Rare* o> wild land situated in said Kayin nd. on tu# northerly side ot the road leading trora Raymond Hill to New Gloucester. uald sa'o being necessary for the payment of charges of Administration and other incidental charges. OLIVER P JORDAN, Adtn’r. By A. B. Holden, his Att'y. Aug. 8,1804 32w3w&dlt Divvuluiiim. TIIE firm of Howard fc Stront, a> Attorneysand Counsellors a* Law, is this dav dissolved bv mu tual consent. Either partner wiil attend to the set tlement of of the badness of the late rlr m Mr. Howard will c mtinue to occupy offi :c91 Mid dle street, over Casco Bauk. Mr btrout wil» occupy office 105 Middle street, opposite head ot Plumb sireet. Joseph Howard, Skwall C. Stuout. Portland, June 27. 1864—d3m Dissolution. fflttE copartnership heretofore existing between JL Sweat and cleaves as Attorneys at Law, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The affairs ol the late firm will l>© adjus ed by either party. wil1 oautinuf* in business at office No. lli Mid lie street, Mu-*ev's.H->\v. tl"r Ch-stres at the offioeof iioward k Cleaves, No. 91 Middle street, over Casco Bauk L. I) M. 8WEAT, „ . NATHAN CLEAVES. Portland. July 16th, 1864. JylMSm Keuioval, HA.VINi; r,;'?°"td fro“ «M aland to the .tore No. 91. Commercial atroet and aaareieted myeclf in buiineae with Mr. Henry, I Would take Ibis opportunity to thank my cu.toincrafor na.t favo-., end would respectfully aollcit thtir future patronage ol tho firm of Fling (k Wbttteaore 8TEPHKN’ WHUTEMORF, 1'ortland, July 8th, 1864, jul)12d»w Copartnership Notice. rnUK undersigned here this day formed aCopart X nership under the name end . yle of Fling k Whittemore, and have taken the .tore formerly oc* cepi-d bv Henry F.iog, No. 91, Commercial street, e where they inteud doing a Commiarion and Whole sale business, in Teas. Tobacco, W. 1 Goods, Gro oerlea and Froviaiona. HENRY FI.ING. .... .... HTEFUIts WUITTEXORK. Portland Jalv 1.18*4 ,ttf For Bangor. Sch K ale Aubrev. Jacobs maater, will have immediate diapaich. For freight apply to the maater on board, head of Cong Wharf, or to D.T. CHASE July 80-dtf Board. A FEW more Boarderacan be acoommodated et 71 Danfortb street, two doom above Brackett. Apply aoon. Julys PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS. Proposals for umber and materi als For 1 AIL KAVF Havt Department, j j Burt ju qf Construction and Repair, J June 30,1864. ) Staled Proposals to furnish Timber and Materials for the Navy, for the h*cal year ending June 30, will be received at the bureau of Construction i aud Repair, until 10 o'clock of the 1st day of Au gust next, at which time the opening will be com menced. Proposals must be endorsed “Proposals for Tim- i ber and materials ror the Navy,” that they may be j distinguished liora other business letters, aud di rected to me Chief of the bureau ol construction aud Repair. The materials and articles embraced in toe el as ho named are particularly described in the prin ed schedules, auy oi which will i>e lurnished to such a-* desire to offer, ou application to the commandant* ol the respective yarus, or to the Navy Agents near- i est thereto, and those of all the yards upon appiioa tion to the bureau. This div ision iuio classes being for theconrenience of dealers in each, such classes only will be furnish- i ed as are actually required tor bids. The Cotnuiaud aut aud Navy Agent ror each station a ill, in addi tion to the schedule ol classes of lheir own yards, have a Cvpy ofThe schedules ol the other yaids lor examination ouly, from which may be judged wheth er it will be desirable to make application lor auy ol the classes of those yards. All other things being equal, j lefcreuc© will he given to article® ol Amer ican manufacture. . , . , Offers must be mafe lor the whole of the class at any yard, upon out* of the printed schedules, or in strict conformity therewith, or they will not bo cou Upon application to the Bureau, to the Command ant ol »uv yarn, or to any Navy Agent, the lorm ol offer, ol guaranty, and other necessary iu.ormation respecting toe p opo ale, will he furnished - The comract will be awarded to the lowest bidder who gives proper guaranties, as required by the law ol August 10, 1846, t »e Navy DepaMineut reserving the ngut to reject toe lowest bid, or auy which may be defined exorbitant. The coutracts will bear date the day the notifica tion is given and deliveries can be d< mandeu from that date. burettes in the full amount will be required to sign the contract, aud their responsibility certified to by a United states Dieirict Judge, United Smtes Dis trict Attorney, Collector or Navy Agent. As addi tional security, twenty per centum will be withheld from the amount 01 the bills uutil the contracts shall have been completed, aud eighty per centum ol each bill, approved in triplicate by tne Commandant* ol the respective yards, will be paid by the Navy Agents at the points ol delivery, in funds or cerhhcatts, at the option or the Government, within tea days af ter tne warrant for the same shall ha\ e been passed by the Secretary of the Treasury. The following are the classes required at the re spective navy-yards. K1TTEUT. Class No 1, White Dak Logs; No 2, White Oak Keel aud Keelson Pieces; No 3, White Dak Curve Timber and liases; No 4 White O&k Plank; No 6. Yellow Pm* Logs; No 7, Yellow* Pine Beam*; No 8, Yellow Pine Ma*t*aud Spar limber; No 11, White Pine Plank and Boards; No 12. White Pine ; aud White Dak Deck Plunk ; No 18, Ash Logs aud Plank; Noll. Ash Oar*; No 15, Hickory Butts; No 17, Cedar Board*; No 18, Locti6t; No 19, White Dak Staves and Heading; No 2 . Black Spruce; No 23. Liguumvitw; No 25, Iron, round, flat aud square; No 26, Steel; No 27. Iron Spikea; No 28. iron Nails, wrought audeu.; No 39, Lead; No 8l,Tm aud Zinc; No 33, Hardware; No 34, tools for Stores; No 86 White Lead; No 87. Zinc Paints; No 38, Cojortd Paints, dryer; No o9, Turpentine, Varuieh; No 40, Linseed OL; No 41. Glass; No 44. Pish Oil; No 45, Tallow,Soap; No 47, Ship Chandlery. CHARLESTOWN. Class No 1, White oak Logs; No 2, While Oak Keel Pieces: No 3, Whits Oak Curved Timber; No 4 White Oak Plank; No 6, Yellow Pine Logs; No 10, White Pine Ma*ts aud r par Timber; No 11, W lute Pine Logs. Plauk au I Boards; No 12, White Pine Deck and £Lage Plank ; No 13. Ash Logs and Plank; No 14, Ash Oars; No 16, BUck Walnut aud Cherry ; No 18. Locust; No 19, White oak Btavea aud Head ings; No 20. Black Spruce; No28, Liguumvitte; No 26, Iron; No 26, steel; No27, Iron Spikes; No 28, Iron Nails, wrought, and cut; No 30. Lead; No 31, Zinc, Tin and bolder; No 38, Hardware; No 34, Tools for Store, ke: No 36. White Lead ; No 37, Zinc Paints; No 88, Co ored Paints; No 89. l urpeuiint and Varnish; No 40, Linseed Oil; No 41, Glass; No 44. Whale Oil; No 46, Taiiow, Soap and Sweet Oil; I No 47, Ship Chandlery. BROOKLYN Class No 1. Whiteoak Logs; No2, Whi e Oak Keel 1 Pieces; No 3, White oak Curved limber; No 4; WniteDak Plank ; No 6, Yellow l'ine Logs; No 7, 1 Yellow Pine Beatu*; No 8, Yellow Pine Mar and , Spar Timber; No 9 White Dak Boards and Planks Noll, Whie Pine Timber and Logs; No 1, Ash, P auk : No 14 AthOars; No 16, Hickory Bars and Hand ."’pikes; No 16, Black Walnut and Cherry; Ne 17, C* dar; No 18, Locust; No 19, White Dak St.tve* aud Hea ing; No20. Black Spruce; No 22, Mahog any: No 28, Lignumvitw; No 26 Iron, round, fiat, aud square; No 26 Steel; No 27. Iron Spikes; No 28, Iron Nails, wrought and cut; No80, Lead; No 31, Zinc, Tin: No 33. Hardware: No 34, Tools for Stores; No 36, White Lead; No37, Zinc Paint; No 88, Colored Paints.dryers; No 39. Varnish; No 40, Linseed Oil; No 41, Glass; No 42, Brushes; No 44. Fish Oil; No 46, Tallow; r*o 47. Ship Chandlery. PHILADELPHIA. Class No 1, White Dak Logs; oo 2, White Oak Keel Pieces; No 3. White Oak Curved Timber; No 4, White Oak Plank; No lu. White 1‘iue Unt aud Spat Timber; Noll. White Pine Piauk aud Boaids; Nt 12, White Pine Deck Plank and Stage P auk; No 13 Ash Logs and Plank ; No 14, Ash Oars; No 16, Hlacl Walnut, Ch rry. Mahogany; No 16. CyTress »nc Cedar; Nol-S, Locust Treenails; K«-2u. Black Spruce No 23, i ignuwvitai; No 26, Don, round, flat, square No26 Steel; No k~. Iron Npiket; No28. Irn Nails wrought, cut; No80, Lead; No 81. Ziuc, Tin, auc Solder: N*» 83, Hardware; No 34. Tools for Stores No 36 White Lead ; No 87, Zinc Paints; No 38, Col orded Paints, dryers, to: No 89. Varni-h; No 40*eedOjl; No 41. Glass; No 44, FishDil; No 46 Tallow. Soap. Sweet Oil; No47, Ship Chandlery ; N< 48, Dakumi No 60, Ingot Copper. WAAaIKOTOX. Class No 8, White Oak Knee Pieces . No 11. Whitt ( Pine Plank and Board*; No 13, Ash Plank ; No 14 ' Ash Oars; No 16, Black Wa;nut, Cherry, and Ma , liogauy; No 17 Cy rein: No 50, Spruce Pine bpar* I No 12. Poplar; No 25, Iron, round, flat aud square j No26, Steel; No 27. Spikes; No 28. Nails; No 30 j Lead; \o31 Zinc, Tin. aud Solder; No 33, Hard ware; No84. Tools for Stores; No 36, White Lead . No37,Zinc Paint; No 38 Color* d Paints: No 39 | Turpentine and Varnish; No 40. Linseed Dil; No 41 ; Gla**: No 45, Tallow, Soap, ke; No47 Ship Chai d lery; No 48, akutn; Ne 49. Tank iron; No 60. lu got Copper; No 62 Pole*; Ne 64. Bellows. Note—'The Copper referred to in Class No to In delivered * n it, must t* equal to the kind, therein specified, and be subj* ct to the inspection o the yard n* n-nuired by the schedules juiy8dlaw4w O h 1<’ I C K O F THE ATLANTIC Mutual Insurance Company NEW YORK, JANUARY 26, 1864 TUK Trustees, in conformity to the Charter of th< Company, submit the following statement o its affiirs on the 31st Dtcember, >8*3: Premiums received ou Marine Risks, from 1st January, 1863, to 31st De cember, 1863. *9,214,398 91 Premiums on Policies not marked off 1st January, 1863, 1,706 602 2 Total amount of Marine Premiums. *10,u06,001 11 No Poiioie* have been i«*ued upou Life Risks; nor upou Fir- Risks discon nect. d with Marine Risks. Premiums marked off from 1st Jan., 1863, to 31«t December, 18o3, *7,597.666 5f l osses paid during the same period, 3.906.661 IM Returns oi Premiums aud Expenses, 1,082,967 41 The Compauy has the following Assets, viz: Unit d Stares and Stat of New York htocs.City. Rank an 1 other Stocks, *3.492 631 & Loans secured by Stocks,andotherwise, 1,460,700 U Real 1-^tate and Bonds and Mortgages, 193,760 CK Dividends on Stocks.Interest on Bonds and Mortgages and other Loans,suu dry Notes, re iusurance and other claims due the Comp'y , estimated at 104,964 51 Premium Notes and Bills Receivable, 8,27i,676 6< Cash in Bank, 744 813 8* Total amount of Assets, *9.265 456 31 Six per cent Interest ou the outstan- ing certifi cates oi profits will bj paid to the holders thereof or their legal representatives, on and alter Tuesday, the .second of February neat. After reserving Three and One half Million Dollar* of profits, the outstandiug certificates of the issue oi 1962. wll be redeemed and paid to the holders there of. or their legal representative s, on and after Tues day, the Second of February next, from which date all interest thereon will cease. The certificates to be > produced at tbe time of payment, and cancelled A Dividend of Forty Per Cent, is declared on the , net earned premiums of the Compauy, lor the year ending 31 t December, 1861, for which certificate* | will be issued, ou and after Tuesday, the Filth cj ; April next. I The Profits of the Company .ascertained From the 1st of the 1st of Jan., 1863, for which Certificates were issued, amount to *14,324,88(] Additional from 1st Jan., 1863, to 1st January, 1364, 2,030 00C Total profits for 21J years. *16,958,8811 The Certificates previous to 1862, have been redeemed by ca-h, 11.69u^l0 Net earnings remaining with the Com pany. on 1st Jauuarv, 1864, *5,263,670 By order of the B^ard, VV. TOWNSEND JONES, Secretary, T K U STEES . j John 1). Jones, David Laue, Charles Dennis, James Bry-e, W. U. 11 Moore. Wo. Sturgis, jr., Thos. Tileston, li. K. Bogart, Henry Colt, A. A. Low, W.C. Pickersgill, Wm. E. Dodge, Lewis Curtis, Dennis Perkins, i Chas d. Russell, Jos. (iaillard, Jr., Low. I) Holbrook, J. Henry Burgy, P. A. Uargous, Cornelius Ormuell R. W Weston, C. A. Hand, Ro>al Pnelp-, Watts Sherman, Caleb Barstow, K. E. Morgan, A. P. Pillot, B. J. Howland, Leroy M. Willey, Benj. Babcock. Dank1 S. Miller, Fletcher Westrar. 8, T. Nicoll, R. B. Minturn, jr., Josh s J Henry, G. W. Burnham, Geo. G. Hobson, Fred. Chauucey, James Low. JOHN D JONES. President. CHARLES DENNIS, Vice President. W. H. H MOORE, id Vice President. OT*Applications forwarded and Oran Policies j procured by JOHN W. MUNGER, Agent, No. 160 Fore street, head of Lone Wharf, PORTLAND, MR. June 3.—w2wAeodtoJan29 PENSIONS! BOUNTIES! -AMD back: pay : Are obtained tor Wounded Soldier, (disbarred, and tbe friend, oi deceased ,oldier» wbo are entitled to tbe same by BITBOM D. VERR1LL, Attorney ud Counsellor, it Ko. 11" Middle Street, -AND Lioenaed Agent for all the Departments at . Washington. 1 Portland, April 28,1864. ap25 coU6m RAILROADS. FOR CHICAGO. MILWAUKIE. And all parts of the West. 1ICUB81QN TICkATS N CHICAGO, MILWAUKIE, And all other points at the WEST, SOUTH & .\ORTH WEST, For sale at the reduced rates of fare at the Union Ticket Office, 31 Exchange 8t,, W. D. Little, Agent. junc‘24dtf FOR THE WHITE MOUNTAINS, Montreal, Quebec, Niagara Falls, AND RETURN. Excursion Tickets for sale at the REDUCED RATES, By W. D LITTLK, Atjent. UNION TICKET OFFICE, iunt*24tf 31 Exchange street. REDUCED RATEST HII’OUTANT TO TKAVELEHS -TO THE West, North West & South West! W. I>. LITTLE. 18 Agent lor all the great leading route* to Chica go, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Milwaukie, Galena, 0*ko*h, St. Paul, L&Crot*e, Green Day, Quincy. St. Louis, Louisville, Indianapolis, Cairo, etc., etc., and is prepared to turui*li Thkocoh | Tukk'ic from Portland to all the principal cities and towns m the loyal Mutt* aud Canadas, at the lowest rates of tare, aud all needful information cheerfully granted. Travelers will find it greatly to their advantage to j procure their tickets at the Union Tieket Office, 31 Exchange Street, [UP STAIRS,) | . W. D. LITTLE, Agent. Of Passengers for California, by the Old Line j Mail Steamer and Panama Railroad, may be secured by earlv application at this office. Ticket* to Montreal ami Quebec and return (via ' the Graud Trunk Railway) may be obtaiued at this : agency ou favorable term*. ma>26akwtl Summer Tourist’s & Traveler’s f-reat Combination of EXCURSIOJiTSJ For the Season of 1864. Ticket* Good to Keturu to November l*t. GBANO THINK UAILWAY. From Portland —to— | W hite Mountains Montreal, Quebec, De troit, Chicago, W iltvaukie, Niagara Tatis amt return AT VMS Y LOW RAT MS OF FARM. Only $10 to Chicago or Milieaukie, $23 out ami return, via. 8arnia Line. To Chicago aud Keturu, all rail, $33, Also, to Boston, New York, up the Hudson River < Saratoga, Lake George. Returning from Niagara Kalis either by Grand Tru.k Railway, or by the Royal Mail Line through tne Ibtttsauu Islands and lupins of the St. Law l reuce. Am. riran Money taken at Tar for Tickets, Sleet) iug Cars aud at Relresbuieut saloons Arrangeuieuts ha e been made with the Proprio tors ol ihe principal Hotel, in Monareal, unebeo and U.troit to take American Money at par, chariiiut New York Hotel prices. Kor Tickets or inf rmation apply to Aiisst ol Grand Truck Railway. E. P, BEACH, General Agent, 279 Broad way .N'.Y Mm 1 Lotvatts, Eastern Agent, Bangor June 11.—d4w * G H AND THINK HAILWAY Of Canada. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 2SjMB On and after Monday, June 27, 1864 trains will run daily, (Sundays exoein Ml until turther notice, as fbUows: p Cp Train*. Leare Portland for island Pond. Montreal am! Quebec at J.Oo a. ■ aud 1.25 r. m. Douu '1 taut*. b r*?V* I*i“d Pond ior Portland, at« 30 a. u. and The Company are not responsible lor baggage ti any amount exceeding 860 in value, and that per aoual, unless uoUee is given, and paid tor at the rati . or one passenger for every 8600 additional value. ■1 .in iH; Managing Uireotor. U. BAILEY, Superintendent. Portland, June 26, 1-J44 n0Tj PORTLAND AND KENNEBEC R.R SPRING A SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 25, 1864 US3iSST Passenger trains leave Sknwli*..* fo ort tin aud Boston, at 6.45 A. Y1 , Au gu.;a, lit*. AM and Bath 12 10 p. M. Auenst B>r 1 ortlaud and Boston at 6.8u A, M.; Bath 0.80 A Portland for Ba b, Au.asta, Waterrille Kendall’ Millsaud bkownegar, at 1.10P. M. Portland for hath and Augusta 8 16 P. M. Passengers for •tationson the Audroscoggin Rail road will change cars ai hiuuswick. the 1 l'j M. train tom Portlaud connects a Kendall s Mills with Maine Central Railroad to . Bangor. Ac , arriving same evening. | ^SjJgealeaveBa.h lor Rockland at »A.M. and 1 Stages leare Augusta for Belfast at 4 P. M | Stages leave Skowhegan at 6 10 P. M for Anson . Soion.ftc. j Through Tickets for all the stations on this am the Androscoggin Railroad, can lie procurred ii Bostonjit the Eastern or Boston and Msinc station! ' Anrll is ,lJ? H CUSI1MAN,SuP«rintendnn». April is, 1>>C4 ap22tf York A Cumberland Hailroad. oakkangement. On and after MONDAY, Apri 1th., 1864, trains will leave a follows, until lurthcr notice: Saco River lor Portland at 6 4, (Freight Train with Passing** Cara) and 9.15 a. M . and3.80 p m. Leave Portland lor Saco River, 7.46 a. m. an* 2.0U and 6,20 p. m. The 2.00 r. M. train out, and 5 41 a m. traiu into Portland, will he freight trains uitl pa*»enger car* attached. Mage* connect at Saccarappa daily for Soutl Windham, Windham Center and Great Falls. At Gorham tor West Gorham, 8t»udi*h. steej Falls, Baldwin. SeUago, Briilgton, Hiram. Liming ' ton, Cornish. Denmark, BrownSeld. Lovel. Frye burg, Con way, Bartlett, Albany, Jackson and Ea I ton, N. U. At Buxton Ceuter for Wr*t Buxton, Bonnev Ea gle. South Liiniugton. Liming ton and Limerick. At Saco River tri-weekly, lor Uoiiis, Limerick Oasipee, Newflekl, Pardons held, Ethngnaia, Free 1 dom. Madison, saten, Cornish, Porter, Ac Fares 6 cents less when tickets are purchased ii i the Office, than when paid in the Cars. 1>AN. CARPENTER, Supt. Portland April 7, 1864. dtf , IflAlNC CENTRAL RAILROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. : Trains leave Portland. Grand Tr uni MESHSStation, for Lewiston and Auburn, &i 7 A. M. For Bangor and intermediate stations at 1.26 r.v RETURNING—leave Lewiston at 0.20 a m., and 1 arrive in Portiaud at 8.80 a m. Leave Bangor al 7.30 a. M , and arrive in Portland at 2 lo p. m. Botfc ; these trains connect at Portland with trains foi Boston. Freight train leaves Portland at 8 A. M., and r* turning!* dueinPortland at 1 p. m. Stages connect with trains at principai stations daily for most of the towns North aud East of thii line. C. ii. MORSE,Sup’t. Watervillo.N vember. 1868 deol4 PORTLAND, SACU A PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS, Commencing April 11th, 1564. 'mkot Pa*scn;rcr Trains will leave the Sta< tion, Canal street, daily, (Sundays ex ccpteU; os lollowe: Leave Portland for Boston, at 8 45 a m. and 3.C( , P. M. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.80 a. m. and 3.04; ! P.M. Leave PcrGmoutb for Portland, at 10.00 A. m. and 6.8-) p. m. JTbeae trains will take and leave passengers at way . stations. Freight trains leave Portland and Boston daily. FRANCIS CHASE, Superintendent. Portland. Oct. 30.1863. oc31 edtf MAINE INSURANCE 00. Augusta, Maine. h dize tii'i Kuraituro, on terms a* favorable »i> it can be done bv kny solvent Company. Policies issued i (or One, Three, or Five years. J. L. CUTLER, President. J.H. W!LLIAM8,8ccret»ry. EDWARD SHAW - - - Agent, No. 102 Middle Street. oalVodly I * TEKIVATIOKAL Fire Insurance Company I Of New York, Office 113 Broadway. CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000. Wil. E. WARREN, President. HAMILTON BRUCE, Vice President. GROUGE W. SAVAGE, Secretary. I Portland Board of References: Johm B. Bbow'M A Son, Ukkbky Fletcher A Co. II. J. Libby k Co. John Lynch k Co. The undersigned having been appointed Aoknt and Attorney forthis Com pa- y, is now prepared to i*.$ue Policies on Insurable Property at current rate*. JOT Portland Office, 166 Fore Street. JOHN W. HUNGER, Agent. June 8,1864.-—dtf steamboats! i Portland and Penobscot River, Summer Arrangemeut, 1SG4. THE NEW, STAUNCH AND COMMODIOUS S'iEAlUit 1.AI4Y LAAG, Duilt expressly for this route, CAPT. WILLIAM H. KOIX, Will commence her Summer Ar rangement on MONDAY MOkN UK>, June t>ih, Leaving Bangor ev ery Monday, Wednesday and Friday Mornings, at 5 o’clock. Ueturning will leave Bail road Wharf, foot of State street, Portland, every Monday, Wedneaoav ! aud Friday Evening*, at 10 o'clock, connecting with I the Eastern, Boston and Maine, ard Portland, Saco and Portsmouth Kailroaos. from Boston and ’Way j Stations, leaving Boston e-t 3 o'cloca, 1\ M. The Boat will touch at UockLnd, Camden, Bel Cast. Buck sport, Winterport and iiumpden, both ways. Passengers 4ticketed through to and lrt>m Boston, Lowell, Lawrence, Salem aud Lynn. For more extended iniormatioD, apply to J. O Eendrica, Bangor; the local Agems at the various la;,dings; the Depot Masters ol the p. 8. & p Eastern, and B. * M Railroads; Abiel Somerby’ 1 ortlaud ; Lang & De’ano, boston, or CHAS. SPEAK, General Agent. June 4.-isdtf * Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. Ouo of the following first-class steamers of this Line vizPeruvian, ilibernia, North American, Jura,Bel gian, Nova Scotian, Moravian. Da mascus, wii! sail from Quebec, uvkuv Satuuday Moumnu, lor Liverpool via Londonderry. Also the steamers St. David. St. ueobok, St Akdkew. St. Pathhk, tri monthly from Quebec for Glasgow. Prepaid and return tickets issued at reduced rates. For passage apply toU.AA. ALL AN, Moutreal, or to J. L. FARMER, mayl6dtf No. 10 Exchange street Portland. i International Steamship Company. East port, Calais & St John. TWO TRIPS PER WEEK. Oil and after Monday, March 28, . the superior ria-going Mcarner I ^JNKW BRUN8W1CK, Capt E. B. -Winchester, will leave Railroad Wnan, loo* ol State Street, every Monday at 6 I o'clock I*. M . aud the Steamer NEW ENGLAND Capt. E. Field, every Thursday at 5 o'clock 1* M ’ ; for *.aatport and St. John, N. B, connectin'* at East port with steamer guoeu, for Robinson, St. An drews and Calais, and withSiage coaches lor Ma chias, and at ot. John with steamers for Freder icton and with steamer Euu eror lor Digby Wind sor and Halifax, and with the E. A N. A for Shediac and all way siations. Returning, will leave St John every Monday and Thursday ai 8 o’clock A. M., for Eastport, Portland and Boston. Through tickets procured of the Agentsand Clark on board Steamers. Freight received Mil 4 o'clock P. M., Mondays and Thursdays 1 m»>ddtf___C. C. EATON, Agent. Portland and Boston LineT THE STEAMERS rorwt City, Lewi*ton and Montreal foiTo"';0,1111 further no,ioe-rnn " ; L«»vo Atlantic Wharl, Portland, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, atto clock P. M., aud India Wharf. Boston Far* in Cabin.. (.0 Freight taken as usual. The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding $6uin value, aud that pe rson 1 ai, unless notice is given and paid for at the rate ol one passenger lor every »iOO additional value. keb.18.1863. dtf L. BILLINGS, Agent Portland and Mew Vorlt Steamer* SEMI-WEEKLY line. m,e-. Tbs splendid and fast Steamships . “LOCUST POINT,” Capt.. Willutt. “POTOMAC,” Captain Snr.n '■KS.’UBnBtWOOD, will,until further notice, run as follows: Leave Brown. Wharf. Portland, every WEDNES ?w\ikI1»i!i'ATHotl,A v’ V * '' M , snd leave Pier 9 North Biver. New York, every WEDNESDAY and SATUBDAY. at 3 o’clock, PM Those vessel, are fitted up withflneaccommodations for passengers, making thl«themoBt.peedy, safe and comfortable route for traveller, between New York and Maine. Paw age *7,00, including Fare and State Booms. flood, forwarded by thi. line to and from Montreal Quebec, Bangor, Bath, Augusta, Kaitport and St j John. ' Shipper, are requested to send their freight to the steamer, as early as 8 P. M„ on the day that then leave Portland. • r For freight or passage apply to EMEKYfe FOX. Brown's Wharf, Portland. H. B. C BOM WELL * CO, No. 8« w“t street new I or*. Deo 6.1868. dtf FOR SALE & TO LET House and Lot No. 31 Danforth St.. Fot Snip. The two and a half storied wooden dwel'in* B'.U Uonae and lot, No. 31 Danforth St , contain , mnk lug tea good sized room*, with a bathing ruotn—piped for **s throughout—a furnace that will heat every part ot the house. Lutein lor rain . water and a never failing well of drinking water. Copper pump*, Ac Ou the prera se# are a good barn and abed*. The lot is about 126 bv 44 feet. I he house can be examined anv day trom l'O A M. till c P M.. by calliug <m the *ub«criher who will lurui-h , particular* aud terms of sale. J R BRAZIER. Ocean Insurance Company Building, i . _ . _ No. 27 Exchange St. Au*. 8—dtf House aud 11 ohm- Lota For Sn|e, Located in Westbrook, about five , minute* walk from the Horse Cars ai Wood lord’s comer. . Also, the plea*amljr located two * -'storv Dwelling Uout>e and Lot, re cently occupied by Mr. J. C. Uemick. The lot cou i tain* about two acres, and is oue ol the finest loca , j lions for a genteel residence to be found in the sul* . Foiliaud, being less than two mile* from tnc l , Portland Post Office, and commands a tine view ol t the city. f ” further p«rticul»rs call on the undersigned at *** r ore Street, corner Union Street, i _BL'FUS DUNHAM Dwelling House lor sale. f’V.'b A two story dwell ug house on Congrcaa St. Mjji n,,*rly opposite i hr castellated Villa oi s. L I —-sd-’ arltott, Ksq., and ou the line of ihc Horse i Kail road This hou.e contain, fourt, t il finished aud it well adapted to accommodate two families, ; with .operate tut buildings, stable. Ac . and a well of tier in the yard. A large part ot the purchase maney can lay on mortgage if desired I lilts property will be utl rod at Auction on the Bret , of August, it not sold before, i „ . , , „ ALLEN HAINES. Portland. July 21. 1864. Tor twills*. ^ The Dwelling House, Stable and Grapery at . ill hureerv ol .1. vv. Aaams. uear Morrill's Ctr ^weakner Building* new ai d convenient, pure W4ice|. 2 well,, 3 cisterns, it rce pumps &c ; excellent public school* aud *czdt my. u*ar Horn- cars and Steam car*. One half or t lire*-ouarters acre ot laLd in good gardening conditicc, already planted with Il«* igus, Ornamental and Fruit Tree*. Grai»esand Ros<*in abundance. Also several building lot* l>27_eodiiw House and Land lor hale ai a Bur BUiii. rpiJE lj atory brick House No. 9 Portland .freer. -A- * he lot i. 63 toei on Poitiand street, ruuuing buck to Oxford street, said bouse 1. s tuated in the center Ot the city, oil the direct liue ol the llor-e Katlroad. Prt, e *1700,00, *900.00 ut which can re main on a mortgage. For further particulars in ydifeof WK. ALLEN Jr., iylSeodtf Nos. 18 and 15 Exchange Street. Valuable lieal Estate lor Sale. TVTK have for Rale a very desirable Home, cen ▼ > trail) aud pleasantly located, finished and , furnished from garret; every thing in aud at»out the house iu perfect order: will be Bold with ; the Furniture, which <a m good taste and iu Slo ot | der. Immediate possession given. 1 he house aad furniture can be examined at anytime, aud intor waiiou give by calling on I1KKK) liAiLbl & Co., Auctioneers, maylftdtf Laud oa Tree street lor Sale. rillli: valuable real estate on Free street, known X as the "Furbish property ” The lot is about lu6 ltet on Free street aud extends back about 174 lott. j Kaid estate will be sold as a whole, or the easterly halt of the dwelling houao, with lot about 4oby 1T5 ! feet, will be sold b> itself ) Application may be made to James Furbish, Em, i on toe premises, or to Gho. K B. J ACK aUN I julyldtl_ 61# hxch&uge street. For $nl<>. A SQUARE block of land. of about 78000 acres 01 wood laud, on the south side of the river St. Lawrence, iu Uauada East It is iuicreccded by . two coup id vi able river, wit !i eligible Mill sits. Well wooded wlin every description ot uniter, such a, tine anil spruce in large quantities, and maple, ercli, beech, tamarac ana bass wo dteanv amount Enquired' 11. T. MAI UIN. Cortland Portland, Feb 1864. feb.’u eodtf For Sale. k CLIFF COTTAGE, containing over 80 lOcft-ca. rooms,large«table and sheds—situated two and one haif miles from Portland, and the Attest situation in Capo Eliaahetli for a wa I_J tering place, and summer boarders. For particulars enquire of CEO.OWEN, j ap'dtf 101 Congress Street.Portland. For *ale. a TWO story llouse and Lot. situated cu Port am land street, with stable and oilier out buildings, j Also two adjoining lots containing about eight thousand square feet. Enquire ot N. STEVENS, j No. 47 Portland street. junehdtf House For Sale. t A TWO story wooden house. No. 18 Adams street, iX 11 finished rooms, convenient for two families; 1 plenty ot good water. For particulars inquired if. J. WILI.ARO. Portland, May 14,1881. mayl4eodtf To Let. FOUR Offices, single or In suites, over Stores Nos. 153 aud 104 Exchange Street, opposite the Inter: national Ucuse. Apply oj the premises to I jy4dtf A. L. BROWN To Eel. STORE now oconpied by us. Possession given immediately. | Also, a Front Offloein Hanson Block. lanSdtf H. J. LIBBEV A CO. To Eel. ONE STORE in Galt'a Block. Apply ta H. T MACHIN, ■ ap22 dtf I MElVoAL. FOh Tllli AATIOsT • The World’* Great Bemedy -FOR Dyspepsia ami Indigestion ! ASD ALL I) i seases OF TDK STOMACH AND BOWELS Prepared by the Proprietors of “Coe's Cough balsam.” Dyspepsia is not o.oly thesure forerannerof death but the companion of am serable life, it has well been called the A'atiuu’sscourge; for more persons, both old and young, m.le aud leuiale, suffer from its ravages, lhau irom aL' O'her ad in. ms combined. It robs tue whole sj stem ol its vigor aud energy, gives weariutss and total iudi.posttion to those ouce st roug aud active: renders tlie stomach powerless to digest the food, aud has tor its attendants, Headache, Heartburn, Constipation, Xausea at Stomach, and General Debility of the whole System, refusing its subjects a particle of nourishment or b. arty food wi. bout p.yiug the penally iu the most agonizing distress, aud oftentimes complete prostra tion. To m et .ho terrible ravages of this worst of all dueade*. we have prepared "COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE" and we pledge our reputation upon our statement when we say it will ’ Po»itively Cure the Worst of You, not in a year—not in a month—nor iu a week_but you shall see its beneficial influence at once imme diately, and the day you take it. To you who have lived tor years upon orahatu Bread aud plain diet who dare not eat anv thing the least-wise hearty— flrst, because the Doctor has ordered the plainest food, and secondly lor tear the distress it causes— rising aud souring on jour sicmsch. wesaysitdowir to your dinn.r, iat as heart, a meal as you wish, aud as soon as the food begins to distress you fol low it by a single teaspooulul of ’ COE’S DYSPEPSIA CURE I ASD IT WILL Relieve You Instantaneously. thus enabling you, bv hearty eating, and the use of ■ the cure attei each meat, (as often us the food di. you. or , ours on your stomach,) jou will get | in a very few da; * 00 Hint you u»n do without the 1 medicine, except occasionally, and by the time the flist bottle is used up, we will guarantee you free from Dyspepsia, and able to eat, digest and enj .v ! as beany a break.ast as you ever tit down to in v our I healthiest hours, and we will lorfvit to you the price l 01 the bottle, upon your shewing that our statement i is hot correct. The medicine is powerful but harmless, and whilst a single teaspooulul will at once relieve the dvsien tic sufferer, the whole out le would hot materially iujurehuu, as it 1, entirely vegetable and contains 1 no opiates All classes 01 disease that havetheir ori ! gin in . disordered stomach and bowels, are di«Del 1 led iu the same instantaneous way, by theoseof COE’S DYSPEPSIA CURE! : h erer and Ague, Sick-Huidache, Sickness at the I Stomach, Constipation, Heartburn, Colic Pains m Stomach or liouvls, Oysentery, Vomit ,ug,a feeling of Faintness and Lassi tude, Want of Appetite, will not aud cannot exist where the cure is used - It removes the disease i y removing the ciu«i> n«t like Alcoholic Bitters wtiieh cover up your bad feel mgs tor a tew moments by their exhiliratmg effects Beware utsuch remedies or beverages, hut in their place use a remedy that wtll restore the dbea£d junctions to their normal condition, aud set iu mo tion the eutiie human mechanism iu perfect liar I sartBsesssr assrs.was COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE, immediately and iu*tantaneuu*ly. we pledge our woid an unm ot honor—our reputation aa Tharmace utiata— our favorable acquaintance withithe people u* prvpiieioi* ol the W ond renowned ,aiOc'« LouuU JJ'ilKtm. it it is u.ed according to our directions whicn may be found with eacu bottle. We add below some testimonials trom our neigh bor* ana towusmen, to which we ask your careful attention. TESTIMONIALS. Prom the Pastor if the Methodist K. Church, Mad non. Conn. I have used Coe’s Dyspepsia Cure in my family andcau willingly testily to its value as a medicine' Hi**' til till a >0, Pastor M. E. Church Madison, lunu., June noth. 1864. -4 Coice from home through owr City Papers. hew Itavea. Couu , Juue IB, 1864. Messrs, honors .—Allow me, through your col umns, to acknowledge my gramude tor tu. beuelit 1 have received trom the use ol Coe s Dy,p,p,i, Cure Althuuga 1 was a gie.t sufferer trom Dyspepsia, the hrst doae gave lu.laut relief and ot e ounce has enabled me to eat anything I plena*. w ithout pain 1 have uow stopped using the medicine, as 1 nu longer need it. _1’alm.«a Lymaji .. .. . Madison. Conn .Jane 30,1864. I- rorn the benefit derived by tbe use of Coe's D.s pep-itt Curo in my family, I am prepared to say tliat i never tatond to be wnuout it and advise all wbo art- afflicted with Dyspepsia to try it. Builaxpeb Lewis. .tfr Coe —The bottle ot Coe's Dyspepsia Core i ou gave me has Picked up your statement concerning it. I have only used half a Dottle, aud cau eat niue apple short cake or anything „i e. without trouble It acts like a charm, lnereiiefit affords is instan taneous. Jazz a. Eowuxv. hew Haven, June 18,1864. Those who know my constitution, what mv condi tion has beeu lor the last thirty yea,., wtli beiievo Willi me that a medicine that will reach my case will reach almost any one. Coe's Dyspepsia Cure has enabled me io eat anything 1 plesse, and it is verv soltlum 1 uow baveto use the medicine. It relieved mo iu au msiaut wheu i was in great pain Mv whole system is being strong.heued by it. use M __ AJix E. Bauoott. hew Haven, June 29,1864 Yin orlunt to Tiavelcis. While journeyiug on the care, my .tomaoh be ! deranged, causing severe paiu in my -- --*"»sor 11 WcUlU lists j been called sea-eickness A lady sitliug by me j knowing HI? coo. iuon, leacbed out a bolt e -ayin*’ "take a awnilow." 1 did »o aud m less than live muutee iny trouble ended. I be me-icn e was I "Coe’a Dyspepsia Cure," aud iroiu the effect it bad upon the stomach, aud wuat I have learned oi it since. 1 'liink it must be an excellent runedy lor Sea-sickness and Dyspepsia. „ .. , . MltS. SAMl’fcL FIELD. Madison, June 3l>ih, lSyl. i ,, ,, ,Kew Haven, Juno Bjtb, 1834. Messrs. C. O. Clark A Co.—(re iitlemen—1 desire to make known the almost instantaneous effects of "Coe’s Dyspepsia Cure,’ in cases of cholera morbus. ; 1 hsd btcu lor twoiity lour hours purging at the : stomach aud bowels, every flf.een minutes I went into your drug store to procure sume braudv as 1 nsd always been to.d that it was a good remedy 'or Dysentery. My face and my weakness at 1 once attracted tue attention ol the clerk in cl a^ae and he asked me at once "west is the matter* I replied : "1 lia> e been tort wen try-luur hours vomit I »od k'urgiun. aud I am uusbie to st.nd or w aik from weakness, and this deadly sickness at my stom ach c mplete y prostrates me.' lie pioduced a bot tle of t oe's Dytpepaia Cure, saying, "lake a large swallow Ol tliati u isuow 11 e’cloca; taken another after dinner." broin the niomeDt 1 took that first dose of the medicine my sickuess at stomach wssgoue-its efiVct was iuslautaueous 1 u an hour 1 eat my dinuer e t h as good a relish as ever hungry man partook ,as 1 wus well seared out ol food.) and ioilowed by a teaspoontui ol cure. 1 have not suffered a particle Oi inconvenience since 1 t ok the remedy Its action was so w udcrlul aud so immediate ! that I could baroly bell ve ibe evidences ol my own I senses and I desire to pu licly make known these facts.that the whole world raav avail of I its use Like bread, it tbould find a place In every on .’s house, and I believe that no oue should go away from home without a bottle of it in bis pocket or where it culd b- usickly msd availab'e * ’ Tiuly yours, titCo. L. DKAkK. Out of the l iretitit-tire New Haven. July 11th, 1864.1 Mr Co*—Sir.— Having been troubled with the Dyspep-ia for tome eight or twelve months. 1 have taken the usual kinds of medicine*. which have done me uo good. 1 saw your a iverti^emetit of a medi cine to c ire the Dyspepsia. I have tried it, aud found it to be th k medicine The first 15 drops (the 7th of Juue ) that 1 took, relieved in* iu onemiuute 1 have taken it throe or four tiiu s, but have hao no di-tressing feeling iu my stouiuch since taking the first 15 drop*; although before. I could not eat a meal, and sometime* i o more than three or four mouthful!* w thout distressing me. Respect.ully, J. F. WOODRUFF. New Haven. Junellth. 1864 Mu. Coe— Dear Sir:—The boitle of Dyspepsia Medicine 1 received trrm you, gave instantaneous relief. 1 only used it when’ my food distressed me. It was about Hke taking two doses to-*av, one to morrow, theu every other day, increasing the quan t-tv »’l lood and decreasing tne medicine.until I wa.s enabl* d to eat without takiag anything stall. My caae was an extreme oue, having suffered ter seven years. I bow consider myself cured, and by using ouly one bottle of medicine in the space of two mouths. The dose was a tea-pooi. ful. Kllkn S. Allen, Sold by Druggists in city and country, every where. Trice $1.00 per Bottle. Orders by mail, from either dealers or consumers, promptly attended to. C. G« CLARK A CO* Wholesale Druggists, Hew Ilaven, Conn . Proprietor*. Fold In Portland by W. F. Phillips. H H. Hay, and all other cealera. mar*h8eodl>64 1 _MEDICAL. Elixiil _ Elixir DR. WRIGHT’S REJUVENATING ELIXIR! OR, ESSENCE OF LIFE. , Prepared vrom Pure Vegetable Extracts CONTAINING NOTHING INJURIOUS TO THB MOST DELICATE. rilHE Rejuvenating Elixir is the result of modern discoveries in the vegetable kingdom, being an entirely new and abstract method of cure, Irrespec tive of all the old and worn-out systems. This medicine has been tested by the most emi nent medical men of the day, and by them pronounc ed to be one ol the greatest medical discoveries ol the age. One bottle will cure General Debility. A few doses cure Hysterics in females. One bottle cures Palpitation of the Heart. A few doses restore the organs of generation. > rom one to three bottles restores the manlines and full vigor of youth. A few doses restore the appetite. Three bottles cure the worst case of Jmpotency. ▲ few doses cure the low-spirited. One bottle restores mental power. A few doses bring the rose to the cheek. This medicine restores to manly vigor and robu health the poor, debilitated, worn-down, and de pairing devotee of sensual pleasure. The listless, enervated youth, the overtasked men of business, the victim of nervous depression, the ndividual suffering from general debility, or from weakness of a singe organ, will all find immediate and permanent relief by the use of this Elixir or Es sence of Life. Price *2 per bottle, or three bottles for S6, and forwarded by Express, on receipt of money, to any address. Sold by a 11 Druggists everywhere. DK. W. H. MEHWIN A Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS, No. 69 Liberty-«t., New York. — CHEROKEE PILLS! SUGAR COATED. FEMALE REGULATOR. HEALTH PRESERVER, CERTAIN AND SAFE. For the removal of Obstructions, and the Insurant) of Regularity in the Recurrence of the Monthly Periods. | They cure or obviatetbose numerous diseases tha spring from irregularity, by'removing the rregular j ity Itself. They cure Suppressed,Excessive and PainfrlMen* struation. They cure Green Sick net 9 (Chlorosis). They cure Nervous and Spinal Affections, pains in the baik and lower parts of the body, Heaviness, Fatigue on slight exertion, Palpitation ot the Heart Lowness of Spirits, Hysteria, Sick Headache, Gid* dinews, etc., etc. In a word, by removing the Irreg ularity, they remove the cause, and with it all the effects that spring from it. A Composed of simple vegetable extracts, they con tain nothing deleterious to any constitution, how ever delicate—their fraction being to substitute strength for weakness, whisb, when properly used, they never fail to do. All letters seeking information or advice will be promptly, freely and discreetly answered. Fall directions accompany each box. Price #1 per box, or six boxes for *5. 8ent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of prfe«. Sold by all respectable Druggists. Dr. W. B. M ERWIN ft Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS, No. 68 Liberty-st., New York. febdcodfteowlv . Female STRENGTHENING COBDIAL. This Medicine is of long tried efficacy for correct ing all disorders incidental to the feminine sex. That the afflicted may feel aasured that thl- C ordial is truly valuable and worthy their confidence,- not i one of those secret compounds purposed to destroy healthy action. 1 add a few testimonials from phys icians whom all. favoring the Elec trie aud Reformed Practice ot Mtdiciue, respect. DR. WILLARD C. GEiiRGE, formerly Professor in the Worcester Medical College, and President of the Electric Medical Society, Mas*., speaks 01 it in the following terms: w •‘1 have used the Female Strengthening Cordial similar to that preparation by DR. GEO. W S SVVErT. 106 nanover btreet, and I regard it as one of the best Medicines for Female complaints that can be found." DR. J. KING, Author of‘‘Woman: Her Dis | eases and their Treatment," says: "This Medicine appears to exert a specific influ ence on the Uterus. It is a valuable ageut in all de rangements of the Female Reproductive Organs." Dlt. SMITH, President of the New York Asso ciation of Botanic Physicians, says: " No Female, if in delicate health,shoud omitthe timely use of this valuable Cordial. 1 owe much ot my success in midwifery to the use of tkis Medi cine." MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES. The following from Dr. FAY is worthy your no tice : “ Asa general remedy for Female Complaints this ‘ Cordial' is a very valuable one, but by the Profes sion it i» esteemed more highly for its good result during Confinement in relieving the great suffering attendant upon childbirth. 1 acknowledge with Dr. Smith that much of my success in midwifery is due to the use of 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 eneriry it imparts to the uterine nervous system the labor will be very much facilitated, and removes the scraps which many females are liable to. No woman. if she knew the great value of this Strengt h ening cordis! would <ailto use it." I have received numerous testimonials from diff erent parts of the country where used, knowing the good it is capable ofdoing. I w 11 warrant every bottle of my •* Cordial’* to be satisiactorv in its re sults. The following symptoms Indicate those afftetions in which the Female Strengthening Coratal has proved invaluable: Indisposition to Exertion. Wakefulness, Uneasi ness, Depression of Spirits, trembling. Loss of , Fewer, Pain in the Back. Alternate Chills, and f lushing of Heart, Dragging Sensation at the Lower Part of the Body, Headache. Languor Ach ing Aloug the thiglis, lutolerence of Light aud Sound, Pale Countenance. Derangement ol .he Stomach and Bowels, Difficult Breathing, Hysteria, Ac.. Ac. It is a specific remedy in all Uterine Diseases, ! Chlorosis ol Green sickness. Irregularity. Painful IIHM PmftlM* nr Sllfiliroe.ion I'.tnl .... lag. charge*. Leucorrlura or White®. Scirrhus or Ulcer ate State ol the Uterus, Sterility. Ac. No better Tonic cau possibly be put up than this, and none less likely to do barm, and it is composed wholly ot vegetable agent*, and such as we have known to be valuable, and have used for many years. PRICE, One Dollar Per Bottle, or six bottles j for $6. Should your druggist not have It, send directly to and when six bottle# or more sre ordered we will pay all expenses, and have it securely packed from i observation, Be sure aud get that prepared at the New England Botanic Depot. 106 Hanover St. Boston. GEO. W SWETT, M D., Proprietor. H. H. IIAY, Agent, Portland* mch3eod6m STATEMENT OF Tilt F.tiia Insurance Company, OK HAirnORD, CONN.. On the Jst day of November. A. D. 1883, as required by the Laws of the State of Maine. Hie Capital Stock is...fl.6U0.000 and with the surplus is invested as follows: Real estate, unincumbered, $87,963 18 Cash in baud, on deposit, and in agents' baud*. J18.960 M j United States Mocks, 612,847 60 State and City Stocks, and Town Bonds, 669!460 00 Bank and Trust Company Stocks, l,o47,270 00 Mortgage Bond*. 831.9*) 00 Atlantic Mutual Ins. Co’# scrip, 1862-3, 16,886 60 Total Asset*, $3,026,879 74 Amount of Liabiiitie* for Losses not due or adjusted, $176,411 Ii Amount at risk, estimated, 116,616,479 Ot T11 OS. A. ALEXANDER, President. Lucius J. Hardkk. Secretary. Hartford, Nov. 7, 1863. J. G. CHURCHILL, Agent, No. 4 Iron Block, Portland Pier* deo6 dtf Dirigo Insurance Company OF THE CITY OF PORTLAND. Oillce No. 2S Exchange street. Capital $200,000 rilUIS Company is now prepared to issue policies A ou all kinds ot propertv iusurablo agaiust fire at curreut rates A. K. SUURTLLF. President JEREMIAH DOW, Secretary. . „ . Diebctors. J. B. Brown. 3. E. Spring, D W. Clark, J- B. Carroll, Johu Lynch, 11. 1. Robiuson TRreTKKS. St. John Smith. H M. 1'ayson, C. li. Haskell, Andrew Spring, N. O. Cram, Philip 11 Brown, II. N. Jo«e, Jere. Dow. G. W Woodman, H. J. Libby, H. 1. Robinson, J. N. Winslow, 8. C. Chase, AlvahConant. Wm. Moulton. Portland. May 4. 1S64. mav6dtt Notice. IllMS day 1 give to mv two son*. K J. an I Chas. . RaadVL tneir time, to act and trad - for them selves; I shall not claim their wages or par their debts. T C. HANDS LL, Kez- r Falls. Me. Witness. Mary Pilisbury, Mary 8. Pillsbury. June 27,1364. JuneSS 1 MEDICAL. Lyon’s Periodical Drops TME GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! *»» BETTE* THAB ALL Pills, Powders & Quack PreparaWuas. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! —arb— Bare to do Good&nd cannot do Mara. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! The Great Female Remedy LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ABB BBTTBB THAB ALL PILLS,POWDERS t QUACK PREPARATIONS | LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARE SURE TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO UARM. Lyoii’« Periodical Drop* THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. I Lyon’s Periodical Drops ARM BUTTER TUAN ALL PILLS, POWDERS AND QUACK MEDICINES. Lyon’s Periodical Drops Sure to do Good and oannot do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Or cut Female Kerned?. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS AM BITTER THAI ALL Pill*, Powders and Quack Preparation*. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS 8CUC TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HAAS Lyon’s Periodical Drops THE QB1AT KHALI H1HIDY Lyon’s Periodical Drops Ait better than all Pilla, Powder*, '% And Quack Preparation*. Lyon’s Periodical Drops, Sure to do Good and cannot do Harm. Price, SI per Bottle. Hor AAl* b? all Druggut*. At wholwkU b? W. » I Phillips, H. H. Hay k Co., Portland, saifieodly CATARRH I NOISES IN THE HEAT) I ! CURBS BV INHALING -A. Harmless Fluid, Or AGREEABLE ODOR. NO VIOLENT SYRINGING Of the Head. THE SENSE OF TASTE AND SHELL. RESTORED DU. B. KOO DALE'S CATARRH REMEDY. Dr. Goodale has combatted Catarrh until he ha* fought it down. It has been a long war, but bis tri umph is complete. Through all coming time his Ca tarrh Remedy will be known as the only one anti dote for a disease which superficialUts hare declar ed incurable. Csta’rh doctors, so called, spring np like mushroons. on all sides. 1 he object of these pocket practitioners is money. They use dangerous instruments. Their violent manipulations irritate the already inflamed membrane. They never cure. Dr. Goodsle's treatment is medicinal, not mechani cal. He does not believe in the force-pump system, which is working so much mischief. His remedy passe* through the absorbents, to the seat of the dis ease, and obliterates it. It does not relieve merely for a day. bat for all time. Lastly, it costs a dollar a bottle—no more. Dr. Do<lgt qf Auburn X. T. After haring witnessed the effects of this Remedy in Catarrh, thus speaks of it;—It is truly and un conditionally a ilerculean Specific lor the e bole dls ease. Such an article ought not to be “hid under a . bushel.” and any man who can invent »o trulv an , efficient and post'Ive a remedy for sueh a loathsome disease, ought to be considered one » f the beueiae i tors of his race, and his name and the effects ol his i skill perpetuated. Yours respectfull-. D 1. DODGE. A. M. Pltng MUkm, the tcell-btuncn TYace/ler, And whose family pbvsician Dr. Goodale was for many years, save—“If l)r. Goodale says he can cure ! Catarrh, be can cure it,“ Ac. l>r. K UOOD ALE'S Office and Depot , 75, Bleeker •freet, one door west ol Broadway, New Voak. II. II. IIay Agent for Portland. June 2d, 1863. june2dly PARTICIPATION. Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company. This Company will issue Polices to be free after the payment ol six, eight or ten Premiums at the option ot the iuiured and at rates as low as any other Company. The issue of Free Policies render* it at , C »least equal it not superior to the participation iuanies. i Office No. 102 Middle St CHARLES IIOLDEN, Pres. ; „ . ^ EDWARD SUAW. Sec. ► eb 16 d A w tf. Srioioji GniBU'iOrrim, I , W’sshingt- nCitr, Juuel'4.1*64. I VVANTED— Surgr uj and iuryetmt ” for tkr. ('olort tl Troop»—Candidate* must b* j Graduates of some Regular Medical College , and must be examined by a Hoard of Medical Officers to be conveued by the Surgeou General. The Hoard will determine whether the candidate will be ap pointed Surgeon or Assistant Surgeon, according to merit Applications accompanied by one or mors , test inonials from rcsjwctanle persons, as to moral character, Ac., should be add reseed to the Surgeon | General. D. S. A.. Washington, 1). C , or to the As sistant Surgeon Genera). I*. S. A ., Louisville. Ky. Hoards are now in session at Boston. New Yo*k. Washington, Cincinnati, St. Louis, and Now Or leans. Also wanted. Hospital Stewards for Colored Reg imenu. Candidates must possess a fair English Ed ucation, aud be familiar with the compounding and Dispensing of Medicines. Application - must be made as in the c«*e of Burgeon* and Assistant Surgeons < ompensation from #23 00 to #33 00 per mouth, with ciotbing, rations, fuel and quarters. , , ,« Jos K barnbs, Julyl-2aw3m Acting Surgeon General. American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY! OK NEW YORK. Cupiial SUOO.OOO, Insure Mssllslimg*. Merrkaaillse. Ham** Isold Furniture. KrsU, L«-j««ea. Vvm* ■el* ou the Stork*, and other For* .oa*l Froporty at far Lew o«t rries. SAMUEL BROWN. President. WILLIAM RAYNOR, SecreUr. EDW ARD SHAW Agent, 101 Middle8?ro#t. oot27 lyood TH£ BOSTON PIKE BRICK And Clay Retort Manufacturing Co., Works, 39ft Federal street. Office aud Warehouse 73 Liberty Square aud 7 Battery march St. manufacture Fire Brick, ail shapes and sixes, for fUruacea required to stand the most intense heat also Furnace Blocks aud Slabs. Locomotive Fire Blocks, Bakers’Oven and Green-house Tiles, Clay Retort* and nece ssarv Tiles to set them, Fire Cerneut, Fire Clay and Kaolin. The undersigned will give their special attention that alt order* for the above manufacture are hXM<u ted with promptness. cxwu JAMES E MOM) AfO. 14 UUrtjr Square, Boatoa. mohll eodt'ui Rare ( lmnr«>. TO purehare a stock of Millinery, with rent of on, | of the host stand, in thecitr. Adilrru throuab i r-0., Jyao U UILLIMLK, Portland. 1 MEDICAL. MORE TESTIMOAIALS ! m MRS. MANCHESTER le constantly receiving unsolicited testimonial. «l *“* <u,u******» cures performed by her. Among ■any reoeutly received are the following, which arc commended i0 the notion of the nffllctod. Mr*. JS »a ohester may be consulted at No. 11 Clapp’s Hlock.Koom No.fl. A CASK OP SP1XAL DISK ASK CUE Sit ThU 1. to certify that 1 went teweilri.uenobee ter last March with a daughter oi mile troubled with •plnal disease, for which she had been doctored for lire years, and by a number oi physicians ol kinds; and she has had twenty-oas applications electricity applied, bat all to no affect; hat she con tinnally grew worse. 1 came to the eoaciaeioa, the laet retort, to go and see Mrs. Manebeeter, and did so; and to my great surprise she told me the b ret ease ol the disease, aad how .he had bean from time to time, whioh enoouraged me to try her medicine#. I did to. and now my daughter is able to bo arouad the hosts all oi the time. She also rides tea or St teen miles without say trouble or lnoouTtnlenoo.aad I think in u short time she will be rwstored to perfect health. Since my daughter has been dooturing, 1 have heard of a great many ease, that Mrs. iUnchr a ter hue cured. 1 think If any person deservee pat ronage, it U the one who trie# to preserve the health of theaiok aad suffering; aad 1 know that she art. every ,ffort Whioh ifoelahm power to beneitt hot paueaie. Sabs h L. kniuBTs, Gbokoi Kjiu htb, A**y fc. Kama k■inm Brwumck, Maim*. August gut. ONE or THE ORE A TEST CURES on RMCOa MbaMahcmstnn—Dear Madam:—Thinking statement of my ones may bo of wrrloo to' others similarly afflicted, I hasten to giro it to yoa. This is briefly my case-1 was taken sick about is i months ngo with the Liver Complaint in n very bad form. I applied to four different physicians, bat re ceived no benefit until I called on yon. At that time 1 bad given up btrainees, and was In a very bad state, bit after taking your medioine for a abort time I be gan to recover, and ia two months 1 was eatiiely > well, and had gained several pounds of flesh, uni eaa trnly say that by year skill I am a perfectly heal by man. Jesaa Pans, Boston ( Malms Depot, Portland, Ms. A REMARKABLE CORK OKA CASE OPDRO E T CURED B T MRS. MAR CHES TMR. This is to eertiiy that I bare been eared of tbo Dropsy of flfteea yean standing by Mrs. Max (-tes ter. I have been to physicians in Boston, Kew York and Philadelphia. They all told me that they soul t do nothing Ibr me, nnleea they tapped me, and as sured me that by tapping I could Hve bat a short time. I had made ip my mind to go boms aad live ns long as I could with the disease, and then die. On my way homo I stayed over right in Portland with ! a friend of mine, and told them wbat toy mind we. n regard to my disease. They Anally persuaded ms to go and too Mrs. Manchester. She examined mo and told mo my ones exactly. 1 eras so much astonished to think that she told me oorreotly, that I told bur that I would take bet mrdi oimes, not having the least fhilh that they would me any good, or that I should get tho slightest rellel frorp any course whatever; Anally 1 took tho medi cine and wont home. Ia one week front the time 1 ■ eonamenoed taking the medicine, 1 hod over three gallons of water pass mo In seven hoars; and my fel low sufferers may bo secured that it was a great roliei | to me. I had not boon obi# to lie down in bed at night before this toe two years. Mow 1 can lie do' I with perfect ease. I have taken her medic ine ; eight months, and am as well as any man could to be, aad no signs of dropsy. I would adrlr I I that are sick to go and consult Mrs. McmrUi. even If they have been given np by other p defeat. I have sent her n number of oasos of OIL diseases, and she has eared them also. Go aad tot yoarwlvos. I had no faith, bit now my feiL. oaaaot be clinked in her skill in telling and earing Usenet. CuumS. Usuica, Bsun K. Hausow, Mabt A. Bamm, Bangor, Malms, April id. Oman House-From S A. M. til! ir. «. anal' inAowtal edly DU. J. B. U II is H E M lax an vounD at in PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, Mo. S Temple Street, WHERE be can be ooiieultwi privately, end with the utmost oonfldeucc by the afflicted, at all hours daily, from R A. u. to » T. a. Hr. H. addresses those who are -uWiring under the affliction of private disease, whether anting trom Impure connection or the terrible vice of selt-afcuse. Devoting his entire time to that particular branch of , the medical protection, ho teel* warrantee in gi-a» ahtbbixo a Coax in all Csue, whether ofloa) Handing or recently contracted, eatirely ramovtn, the dreg* of disease from the system, and making perfect and PERMANEN T CURB. He would call the attention of the afflioted to | • fact of his long standing and well - vised reputation, furnishing sufficient isiWi s,nce of his skill and can MM. CAUTIOM TO THE PUBLIC. Every Intelligent and thinking person mnat know that remedies handed out from general ase should have their tflicaey etiubluhed by well- tested expe rience In the hands ef a regularly educated phvsi ouu. whose preparatory study flts him ler all tho dudot hemast titia II; yot the country is flood eo with Soor nostrums and cure-alls, purporting to be the set in the world, which are not only useless, but al ways injurious. The unfortunate should beranno Olae in selecting his physician, as it is a lamentable yet meontrovertobls fact that many typlu itic ap tionts are made miserable with ruined coustirntionfl by maltreatment from Inexperienced physicians in general practice; for it is a point generally conceded by the best typhiiographrrs. that the stady ami can agement of these complaints should engross the whole time of those who would be con; Stent and successful in their treatment and cure. The inex perienced general [rutiti-jaer, haring c ither op portunity u- r time to make himself acqua-ni- d with their pathology, commonly pusrnes cue sy stem of treatment, in moot owes making in iadi-erin. sto nse of that antiquated aad dangerous weapon. Kit HAVE CONFIDENCE. All who have committed u new* of any kind,* whether it be the solitary vice ef ycuth, or the sting ing rebake of misplaced tcnfldence la maturcr ytuiu, SEEK FOR AN ANTIDOTE IN SEASON. The Fains and Aches, and Lassitude and Nervoui Prostration that may follow Impure Coition, are the Barometer to the whole system. Do not wait for the consummation that is sure to fel low, do not wait for Unsightly Lloers, for Disabled Limbs, tor Li ns of Unity and Complexion. NOW MAN* THOUSANDS CAN TESTIFY TO THIS B Y UNUAPP Y EXPERIENCE. Young Men troubled with emission in slt*p, a complaint generally the result cf a tad habit ia yout!:, treated scientific* lly, and a perfect cure war ranted or no charge made. Hardly a day passes but we are consulted by one or moreyonng men with the xbov» disease, come ot whom are as weak and emaciated a* 11k ugu they had the consumption, and bv their friends suppued to have it. All such c am* yield to the pret er and only correct course of treatment, and in a short time are made to rejeioe ia per test health. MIDDLE AGED* There are many men at tuts*. > . *. a fere troubled with too frequent evmcnaiivus from the bladder, often accompanied by a sligLt smarts of burning sensation, and weakening foe »)»tcm in a manner the patient cannot account ior. On exam ining nrinary dep. »its a ropy sediment will oth j bo found, and sometimes ivali pxrttcl*'* of semen or albumen will appear, or tlnreolor »UJ be of a thin milkish hue, again changing to a dark ai.d turbid appearance. There are many mi n who die of this difficulty. ignorant of the cause, which is the SECOND STAGE OF SEN INAL WEAKNESS. I can warrant a perfect cure in such oases, and a fell and healthy restoration cf the uriua-v organs. Feraoos whocanuot personally cotsuit tb* Dr., can do so by writing fn a plain manner a description of their disease, and the appropriate rc-cedice will be forwarded immediately. All correspondence strictly eonfidential and will be returned it desired. Address. DR. J B. HUGHES, No. 5 Tempi# St., 'corner of Middle] Portland. 0P~B*nJ Stamp for circular. (Eclectic jtledical Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. Dh. HUGHES particularly invites all Ladles whs need a modiea* adviser, to call at his roome. No. 6 Tempi, Street, which ike,, will and arras gad fo, their especial acrommodath a . P.T "i,ICeI,c,i-‘K8MT““f NadiclBa.aretorlTaJ led in cIBoaey and taperior virtue la regulating nil FcmaK. lrregularttL> 1 heir action I, .peeii, and a-rtaln ot producing relief in a nhort tiire *' “'*«»• or oh. **??! after all other remedica have ksea tried In rata. Itl. parwly vegetable. containing uotkingla tho lea.tlujuriou. to the health, aad mar betaken perfect safety at all tir t. J *** . of theocnatty with fall n-iettoaa by adekemtar bit tlVGHl*. Ho. I rumple Street, ooruer of MiddJe. Portland. N. B—LADIES desiring may consult on# of ; Wr own sex. A Indy of experience tn constant xt*. nd %®<v* 'fti'l.lkvif JAMES EDMOND & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 13 LIBERTY SQUARE, . . BOSTON Are prepared to order xt favorable rates, COLT HESS and GLENGAHNOCK PIG IRON, Al.o, BAR, SHEET, f BOILER PLATE IROJI, of English and Scotch Manufacture. Weshalleontlnue to receive, in addition to oar American Brick, a regular aupply of ENGLISH. SCUTCH, A WELCH > IRA me till eodla

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