Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, August 19, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated August 19, 1864 Page 4
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POETRY. Written for the Press. Lake Regillus. From thirty cities staunch and strong, llad thirty armies come, To where the lake Regillus lay, With fetters forged for Rome: They were led by the haughty Tarquin, And white as ocean's foam. Rode in their van the Creet of Flamo, —The day was dark for Rome’ And in the fierce and bloody battle, The beat and bravest fell. And foremost brave Herminiu*, “Who kept the bridge so well.” And the gazing people on the walls, Aud the reeling aruiy saw, And darker grew the fore of Aulus, Who watched the doubtful war' Then rode in alienee to his side Two strauger horsemen bright, Alike in armor, steeds and plume. Each rode iu auowy white, And all the hosts of Tusculuiu, Knew that with victory on their blades The Brethren Twin had come' There was shouting in the capital When the noble Anlus came, For avenged was brave Uerminius' death. And fol en the Crest of Fiame' And they came with waving banners, Beariug trophies from the fight, Where the celestial Twin Brethren Conquer'd for Home and right' O' if among our wise and valiant, Those warriors bold would fight, If once agaiu the gods would come Bringing success to right' ‘Not in vain would be our battles. Not iu vain our daring boiy,' 1 said, as in the Roman story, *1 read the legend old. But a voice of stern reproof within Said, ‘ cease thy weak repining. Among the shifting lines of battle, The eye of God is shining, And a stronger than the Dorian Gods Leads on our armies' van, Who renist a worse than Tarquin reign. Aud fight for the rights of mau I*' . S. B. A Substitute Broker Rejuvenates au Old Man On Saturday last, an enterprising ‘‘substi tute broker,” in St. Louis, having been ralber unsuccessful in bis Search of customers, and meeting with an old grey-beaded mau who an swered uie purpose iu every respect, except the trifling mailer of over-age, bit upon the happy expedient ot restoring Lbe old man to you hi. To do this it was not necessary to And the “fountain of youih,” vainly sought by Couee de Leon, uor, like old .Esop, to call iu the services of Medea to renew bis lease of life by enchantment. Our substitute broker had a more expeditious way ol trausmogrily iug au old uiau iuto a young one. He lirsi administered to his patient a lioeral dose ol tlie esseuee of rye, lueu took him into a bar ber shop, bad bis neck ami lace washed and powdered, his hair and whiskers neatly dyed, and the wrinkles in his cheeks smoothed over by a process kuowu to tbe tousorial profess ion. Another suiller ol rye was poured down his patient's throat to straighten bis spine, I clear the rheum from his eyes, anil make his breast swell out in martial style. The inner man being arranged in mustering condition, it was deemed necessary, In order to make "a sure thing” ol the job, to bestow some at tention upou the outer covering. A pair of substantial brogans was purchased, aud a nice yellow liueu duster added, and the old man ol sixty presented the appearauce of a biped of uot more than thirty. Starting to tiie reoruiiiug offlce with his substitute in charge, the iudeiatigable broker, figuring in his mind that he had made two huudred dol lars aud loriy-llve cents by the operation, and not wishing to be troubled with the extra forty-live, look his uewly-made patriot iuto a saloon to drink up the bothersome odd cents, i There he committed a latal error; by his gen erosity he was undone, and the fruits of his labor, enterprise, and ingenuity slipped from his grasp—lor the third dose ol rye put so much starch in the olu man’s backboue that he positively refused to enlist! In vain the broker threatened, entreated, and offered a ! large sum to induce his substitute to come up to the scratch. The old man felt as inde pendent as a newly-appointed corporal, aud swore "he’d be dad-squelched il be was goiug , to flgbt for auy bloody coward in America.” The broker then demanded the return of tbe brogans aud tlie linen duster, but tbe alien flatly refused to give them up. Tlie broker was in despair. He had speut $19,S5 in clear cash in making a young substitute out of an supernumeray, and now cheated out of his investment. He gave veut to a volley ol oaths that would have done honor to au ox driver. • My young friend,” said the recusant sub stitute, "I’ll tell you how you can make it al! right; just have my death entered to the cred it of my principal, aud that will square ac counts.” "lou infernal old swindler! what do you mean f” "Why, did’ut I dye for the coward who hir- , ed you to get me as his substitute; and when a substitute dies, doesn't that relieve the prin cipal ?’’ Tne broker seized a tumbler aud hnrled it at tbe substitute’s bead, but that individual being rejuvenated by tbe elixir of life, evaded tbe blow, aud skedaddled at the rate of nine knots au hour. Sayings by Josh Billings. i hat John Brown has halted a few days for refreshments. That most men had rather say a smart thiug than dew a big one. That backsliding is a big thing, espeshila on ice. That there is 2 things in this life for which wc are never fully prepared, and that is twins. I hat you kaut judge a man hi his religuun, euny more than you kau judge his shirt bi theslze ov the collar and risibauds. That the devil is always prepared tew see konipany. That it is treating a man like a dog to kut hhn oph short in hiz narrative. That "ignorance is bliss”—ignorance ov j sawing wood, for Instance. That many will fail tew be saved simpla be kausc ilia kaint got eanythiug tew save. That the vartues ov woman are all her own but her frailties have been laugbt her. That dry pastors are the best lor flocks; flocks ov sheep, I mean. That men ov genius are like eagles, (ha live on what tha kill, while men ov talents are like crows, tha live on what has been killed for them. \ That some people are fond ov bragging ov ancestors and their grate descent, when in faek their grate deace,it iz just what’s the matter ov them. That a woman kant keep a secret nor let i ennybody else keep one. That “a little larniug iz a dangerous thing;” I this iz as true as it iz common. Irish Adroitness.—Cawar Otway tells a story ol a courageous little dap|>er exciseman who entered Connemara, single-handed, to seize a tat lady who did a good business in French silks and laces. lie met the contra bandist in a narrow path, and came upon her. it I recollect aright, unexpectedly Irom be hind a rock. The lady, who was very large and fat, was riding on a pillion behiud a ser vant boy. Although taken by surprise, she proved herself more than a match for the ex cise officer. “I shall thank your, ma’am,’ said he, taking the horse by the bridle, “to dismount.” “Dismount! Arrab, what for, sir? asked the lady’ "1 am an officer in bis majesty’s service, i ma'am, aud have reason to believe that you ; have contraband property upon your persou, i or beuealb the saddle of the horse.” Fortunate^ for the contrabandist she had none of the goods about her person: they were all stowed away beneath the pillion, or saddle, on wlneh she sat. • * I really cannot come down,” said the large fat woman. ° “But really, ma am, you must,’’ said the courageous little man, looking up at the mountain. “Then if I do, sir, you must help me.” “With the greatest pleasure, ma’am,” said the minature exciseman, bolding up his hands to assist her. The lady, who came “down at a run,” plop ped into his arms with a weight mid velocity which threw him upon his hack in the road, where she held him pinned beneath her. “Hide away, ma bochai,” said she, in Irish, turning round her head to the servant-boy; “its me the gentleman wants, and not you.” “Let me up, madam,’’ roared the exciseman. “O dear me,sir! what a fright you gave me!”rolling herself leisurely off; “and I de clare that hoy has rode off with the horse.” — Once a Week. Notice. 1 HEREBY give notice thsl 1 have this day given my son. Joseph M. Stroct, hl( lime from this date and will claim none of his earnings, nor pay any thing for rds support, or any debts of h>« con tracting hereaHer WILLIAM STROCT tiorham July IBM jyUOdSa* j PROPOSALS. PBOPO S -A. L S! —FOB— Materials for_the Navy. N tVY Department, i Bureau qf Steam Engineering, July 10,1861. J LA LED BKOi*OSAL8 to furnish materials for 0 the Nary lor the fiscal year euuing Juue 3itb, 1&66, will be received at the Bureau ot Suatn Engi neering, until iO o’c.ock ot the 12th day ot August next, at which time the opening will be commenced. proposals HIM be endorsed • Proposals for Mate rials lor the Navy," tuat they may be distinguished from other busines* letters.and d.iccted to the Chief of the Bureau of Steam Engineering. The materials and articles embraced in toe classes named are particularly described iu the printed schedules, any ot whit.h will i.e luruishod to Mich a-> desire to offer, on application to the commandants ot the respective yarns, or to the Navy Agents near est thereto, and those of all the yards upon applica tion to the Bureau. This division iuto classes being for the convenience of dealers in each, such classes only will be lurnieh ed as are actually required lor bids. The Command ant and Navy Agent lor each station will, in addi tion to the schedule ol classes of iheir own yards, have a copy of the schedules ol the other j aids lor examination only, from which may be judged wheth er it will b«* desirable to make application lor any ol the classes of those y aids. All other things bemg equal, ; reference will be given to articles ol Amer ican iu in ufacture. . , _ .. , Offers must be male fer the whole of the class at any yard, upon one of the printed schedules, or in strict conformity therewith, or they will not be con ** Upon application to the Bureau, to the Command ant ol any yard, or to any Navy Agent, the torm ol offer, ol guaranty, and other liece.-.ary iu.urination respecting toe p opo-als, will be furnished. £ conn act will be awarded to the lowest bidder who gives proper guaranties, as required by the law 01 August 10, 1846, t .e Navy Department reserving the rig.«t to reject tne lowest bid, or any which may be deemed exorbitant. 1 he eonti acts will bear date tLe day the notifica tion is given and deliveries can be demanded from that date. Sureties in the full amount will be required to sign the contract, and tueir responsibility certified to by a Lulled states District Judge. United S ates Dis trict Attorney, Collector or Navy Agent. As addi tional security, twenty per centum will be withheld from the amount ol the bills until the con tracts shall have been completed, and eighty per centum ol each bill, approved iu tiiplicate by tne Commandants of the respective ) ards, wilt be paid by the Navy Agents at the poiuts ol delivery, iu funds' or certihcatts, at the optijn of the Government, within teu days af ter the warraut for the same shall have been passed by the Secretary of the Treasury. The following are the classes required at the re epective navy-yards. KlITERY, MAINE. Claes No. 1. boiler iron, Ac ; No. 2, pig iron ; No. 3, boiler felting No. 4. gum packing, ate ; No. G, sperm oi'; No 6 linseed oii Ac; No 7 lard oil j Nob metaiic oil: no D tsltow and soap; No 10 engineers' stores; No 11 eugiueeis’ tools; no 12 eugiu*cis’ in struments ; No 14 wrought iron p pe ac;No 16 tubes; NO 18 steel; No 17 iron nails, bols and nuts; No 18 copper; No ID tin Ac; No go white lead ; No *1 zinc paiut; No 22 colored painto; No 23 stationery; No 24 fir-wood; No 34 cotton waste, packing Ac; No 36 engineers'sttree. CHARLESTOWN, MASS Class No 1 boiler iron and rivets; no 2 pig iron ;no 3 boiler felting; no 4 gum packing, rubber hose Ac; no 6 sperm oil; no 6 linseed oil uud turpentine: no 7 lard oil; no 8 metal ic on ; no V tallow and soap; no 1 > engineers' stores; no 11 engineers’ tools; no 12 engineers* instruments; no 13 steam pumps; no 14 wrought irou pipe, valves, Ac: no 16 tubes; no 16 steel; no ]7 iron nails, bolts,nuts, Ac; no 18 copper; nolDtiu. zinc. Ac; no 20 white lead; no 21 zinc paint; no 22 co ored paints, dryers, Ac; no 24 sta tionery :uo 25'hiekory and ash plank and butts; no 26 white pine; no34 hemp and cotton packing. Ac; no engineer* store*, ate. BROOKLYN, N Y. Class no 1 boiler iron; no 2 pig iron; no 3 boiler felting, no 4 gum packing, rubber hose. Ice; uo 6 sperm oil; uo G lin»eed oil. turpentine, alcohol, ftc; uo 7 lard oil; no 8 lubricating or metaiic oils; no 9 tallow aud soap; no lOengineers' stores; no 11 engi neers’ tools; uo 12 eugioe-rs’ instruments; uo 18 steam pumps; uo 14 wrought irou pipes, vfeves, ftc; no 15 tubes; no 16 rteel; no 17 iron uails. bolts, nut*, ftc: uo 18 copper; in 19 tin, zinc. leal, ftc; no 20 white lead; no 21 zinc paint; no 22 eo ored paiuts, dryers, ftc; no 23 stations-y; no 24 lire wood ; uo 25 hickory and ash p auk aud butt*; uo 26 whit-r1 ine; uo 27 black walnut and cherry; no 2* mahogany, white bolley; uo 2b Jauterns; no 80 ligLumvitic; no 31 drudgeous.pump#, ftc; uo 32 sour flour, cruci bles. ftc: uo 38 patented articles; uo 34 cottou aud hemp packings, ftc; no 35 engineers’ stores. PHILADELPHIA. Class no 1 boiler iron, ftc; no 3 boi’er felting; no 4 gum packiug. rubber hose, ftc; uo 5 sperm oli; uo G hnsied oil aud turpentine; no 7 lard oil; no 9 tal low hoap, ftc; no 16 engineers'stores; no 11 engi neers’ tools; uo 12 engioeers’ Instruments; no 14 wrought! ou pipe, valve*, ftc no 15 tubes; uo 16 steel: uo 17 irou nails, bo<t* and nil’s; uo 1$ copper; no 19 tin, ftc; uo 90 wldto lead; uo 21 zinc paiut; uo 22co.oreu p«inl* aud dr>ers; uo 23 stationery ( no 24 fire wood; no 34 cotton aud hemp packing,ftc; uo 85 engineers’ stores, ftc. WASHINGTON. Class no 1 boiler iron,ftc; no 2 pig iron ; uo 3 boil er felling.ftc; uo 4 gum packing,rubb* r hose.ftc ; 1.0 5 sperm oil; no 6 linseed o.l aud turpentine; no 7 lar i oil; no 8 lumber: no 9 tallow aud soap: uo 10 engineers’ stores; no 11 engineers tools; uo 12 engi neers’ instruments; no 13 steam pumps; no 14 wrought iron pipe, valves, ftc: no 15 tubes; uo 16 Steel; no 17 iron nail , bol s. uutv, ftc; uo 18 copper; no 19 tin, kad aud zinc: no 20 white kad; no 21 ziuepaiot; uo 22 colored paints, drye r*, ft ; no 23 stationery ; uo 24 (ire wood; no S4 cottou aud hemp packing, ftc; no35 engineers’ stores. Jyl5 law4w O 1-' I'lOE O F T 11 K ATLANTIC Mutual Insurance Company, NEW YORK, JANUARY 26, H04. rilHE Trustees, in conformity to the Charter ol the X Company, submit the following statement ot its affairs on the 31*t December, »S»3: Premiums received ou Marine Risks, from 1st January, 1863, to 31st De cember, 1863, 9?,214,39b 93 Premiums ou Policies not marked off 1st January, 1863, 1,706/02 24 Totai amount of Marine Premium*. •’110,005,001 17 No Policies have been issued upon Life Ki*ks; nor upon Fir* Kirk* discon nect* d with Marine Risks. Premiums marked off from 1st Jau., 1863, to 81st December, 1858, 97,697.666 56 Losses paid duiiug tH* same period, 3.80'>,661 04 Returns o! Premiums and Expenses, 1.0*2.967 48 The Company has the folioa-ing Assets, viz: Unit d stares and Stat ot New York stock,City. Bank an 1 other Stocks, 93,492.631 90 Loans secured by Stocks,andotherwise, 1,460,700 00 Real Estate and Bonds aud Mortgages, 193,760 Ou Dividends ou Stocks.lnterest ou Bond* and Mortgages and other Loans.sun dry Notes, re insurance and other claim* due the Comp’y , estimated at 104,964 61 Premium Notes and bills Receivable, 8,278.676 63 Cash in Bank, <44 813 6* Total amount of Assets, 99,965.4'6 32 Six per cent Interest ou the outstau iug certifi cate* 01 profits will b * paid to the holders thereof, or their legal representatives, on and alter Tuesday, the Second of February rest. After reserving Three and One hall Million Dollar* of profits, the ouUtandiug certificate* of the issue of 1862. w■ 11 be redeemed aud paid to the holders there ol. or their legal representativ. s, ou aud alter Tues day, the Second of February uext. from which date a'l interest thereon will cease The certificates to be produced at the timeot payment, aun cancelled A Dividend of Forty l’er Out. is declared on the net earned premiums ol the C ompany. 10r the year ending 3l»t December, 1881, for which certificates will be issued, ou aud after Tuesday, the Filth of April next. The Profits of the Company .ascertained From the 1st of July.lS42.to the 1st of Jan., 1863, for which Certificates were issued, amount to 914,828,880 Additional from 1st Jan., 1863, to 1st J anuary, 1864, 2.630 000 7ota! profits for 211 years. 916,968,880 The Certificates previous to 1862, have been redeemed by ca-h, 11,690.219 Net saruiugs remaining with the Com pany. on 1st January , 1864 , 95.263,670 By order of the B^urd, W. TOWNSEND JONES, Secretary. TKIiS T E i; S • John IV Jones, David Lane, Charles Dennis, Jam.-- Bry.- -c, W. H.H. Moore. Wm. Sturgis, jr., Thos. Tiles ton, 1C. K. Bogert, Henry Coil. A A. Low, W.C. Pickcrsgill, Wm. K. Dodge, I«ewls Curtis, Deuni* l’erkins, ('has. d. Ku'sell, Jos. Gaillard, Jr., Low IJ Holbrook, J. Ueury Burgy, P. 4. Hargons, Cornelius Griuuell K. W Weston, C. A. Hand, Ro\a! Pbelp-, Watts Miermsn, Caleb Karstow, E. E. Morgan, A. P. Pillot, B.J. How laud, Leroy M Willey, Benj. Babcock Daniel S. Miller, Fletcher We*tray, • 8. T. Kicoll, IJ. B. Minturu.jr., Josh'aJ. Henry, G.W. Burnham, Geo. G. Hobson, Fred. Chauncey, James. Law. JOHN D. JONES. President. CHARLES DFNNIS, Vice President. W H. H. MOORE, ‘id Vice President. OT*Applications forwarded and Open Policies procured oy JOHN W. HUNGER, Agent, Mo. 100 Fore etreet, head of Lon* Wharf, POHTLASl), MB. June 8.—w2wfee»dtojau29 STATE COLLEGE Agriculture anu Mechanic Arts ! TllE undersigned, Com ni&Mioner*. appointed un- i der a resolve of the last Legislature, nn » author ized aud directed bv said resolve to invite nud r - i ceive donations ami beuetaclioua in aid of the pro posed "College for the benefit of Agricuiturr ami the Mechanic Arts," and to receive proposal* for the location thereof, hereby give notice that they are prepared to receive such donation*, benefaction* and proposal \ and request tha’ all cimmunicaiions touching the same may be made before the iirst day of September next, addrt ssed to the undersigi ed. kWM G. CROSBY. Belfast. WM G CHoSBY, JOSEPH EATON. Samuel f. pkrley. julyHd A wto *eptl N Atlinlnisiraior’ts Mali-. OTICK is hereby given, rhstpur-uant to license . ni ,.hB..J“.d*B 01 ►"rotate fir Cumberland . 1 1 well a-public auction, ut my dwell- ! in* house in Kay maud, in said Conntr, on the loth *' OOB o’clock in the utter i ILTUi. •’"owing real -,ta-e. balon*inf( to the Fa tale of Jamea M Jordan, late of .aid Kaymond.de ceased. via: the revarsion of the dowel • t out to the widow or raid deceased, and ab„ about fifteen acres ot wild land situated hi said Karin ,nd on the northern side °t the read leading iron, Ra)moud Hill to New Gloucester. Maid sale being necessary for the payment of •harires of Administration and other incidantal chargee. OLIVER P. JORDAN, Adm'r. By A. B. Holden, his Att’y j Aug. 8, 1964 . 32w8wAdIt I RAILROADS. FOR CHICAGO, HiLWAUKIE, And all part, of the West. EICI’BSIOS IIClilTS TO CHICAGO. XILVillll, And all other points at the WEST, SOUTH At NORTH WEST, For sole at the reduced rates of fare at the Union Ticket Office, 31 Exchange St., W. IF- Little, Agent. June2idtf FOrThEWHITE MOUNTAIN^ Montreal, Quebec, Niagara Falls, AS'D RETURN. Excursion Tickets for sale at the REDUCED RATES, Uy W. D- LITTLE. Auent. union TICKET OFFICE, lune24tf 31 Exchange street. REDUCED RATEST DIPOimNT TO TRAVELERS -TO TUX West, North West & South West! W. F>. LITTLE. IS Agent lor all the great leading route* to Chica go, Cincinnati, Cleveland, I>etrcit. Mil* sukie, Oialena, Upkosh, St. Paul, LaCro^e, On en Kay, tjuiccy. St. Loui*, Louisville, Iutii..nar oli», Caiio etc., etc., and i* piepaied to turoien Throlgb Tickktp from Portlan't to all the principal citioa aud town* in the loyal State* and Canada*, at the lowest rate* oi fare, aud all Ltedlul information cheerful'y granted. Traveler* will tied it greatly to their advantage to procure their tnketa at the Uuion Ticket Office, 31 Exchange Street, {UP STAlliS,) W. L>. LITTLE, Agent. OT* Pa**engor* for California, by the Old Line Mai! Steamer and Panama Railroad, may be secured by earlv application at tbia otlice. Ticket* to Montreal and Quebec and return (via the Lrand Trunk Railway) may be obtained at this agency on lavorable terms. ' ma>2t>j&wtl Summer Tourist’s & Traveler’s Great Combination of EXCURSIONS! For the Season of 1864. Tickets flood to Return to Not ember lot. GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY. From Portland —TO— White Mountains, MoulrenI, Quebec, De troit, Chicago, Wilwnukie, Ningain Falls, ami return AT VERY LOIY RATES OF FARR Only $10 to Chicago or Milicaukie, $2i> out and return, via. Sarnia Line, To Chicago aud Itetnru, all rail^$3j, Alpo, to Boston, New York, up the Hudson River Saratoga, Lake George, Returning from Niagara Kail* either by Grand Iruuk Railway, or by the Royal Hail Line through toe Thcusaud Islands and Jmpids of the St. Law rence. Amerieem Money taken at Far ter Tickets, sleep lug Car* aud at Refreshment Saloons. Arrangements hat* been made with the Proprie ! tf>r* cl the principal Hotels iu Monareal. gueb.o and Ditroit to take American Honey at par, charging New York Hotel prices. ror Tickets or iuf ruction apply to Aoxkt of Grand 1 ruck Kail way. L. P. BEACH. General Agent,27a Broadway ? Y. F low KKb. juaatcru Agent, Bangor June 11.—d4w IBESU KA1JL WAV Of Cuniuik. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT ■ vvWOM,: On nud after Monday, Junr 27,1864, T9B9B trains will run uaiiy, (.-Sundays exoepi* Dd) unul luriUsr unties, V lb:iow«: I'p Traits. Loire Portland tor Island Pond. Montreal giid Muetivc »t 1 ‘fJ .. . andl.25r.it. Down i rains, Le»vel»land Pond tor Portland, nt #30 * u and 915 P. M. 1 be Company art not responsible tor barrage to any amount excetdln-«50 in value, aud tbat per. •otml. unless notice L giveu, aud paia tor at the rat# 0< one pnneenger tor every WSJ additional value. ., , L. J. BRYDGK8, Managing Director. II. BAILFsl, Superintendent. Portland, June 25, lr*4 nov6 PORTLAND AND KENNEBEC K.K. SPRING k SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 25, 1864 Q|BHHD l*#p#ongertr#in*le#ve8kowbegan ter •HC^HttPort an i and Boston, at 8 46 A M . Au gusia, 11 Ow AH. and Bath 12 Id KM. Anensta ior 1 onlana and Boston at 5.bo A, m ; Bath 6.8c* A. M Portiand for Ha’h, Au.u.ta, Waierviile KendaJl’a Mule and skowhepar, at 1.101'. M Portland for Barb and Auyutta 8 15 P. SI. PaaseHiter, lor ■ catioueou the Aubroscoggiu Rail road will change car* ar liruu«»ick I he l Id * . M. train f on Portland connect, at Ktnuai! s Mills with Maine Contra! Railroad lor Bangor, Ac , arriving same evouiog Siagee ieave IU b lor Rockland at 9 A M . and 3 I P At. Stages leave Augusta for Belfast at 4 P M Stages leave Skowhegau at t> 10 P. H for Anson ■ soon,&c. Through Tickets for all the stations on this and i Anuroscoggin Railroad, can be procurred in Boston at the Eastern or Boston and Mainestations. . lu CUSHMAN,Superintendent. April 18, 1864 ap33tf VorU Sc Liuiuixrrtiiiid Knilroatl. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. On and after MONDAY. April lib., 1864, train, will leave an ^ follows. until lurther notice : 3 fcaco River lor Portland at 6 46 ■•(Freight Train with Passenger Cars) and ».16 a. and 8.E0 i*. M. Leave Portland lor Saco River, 7.46 a. m. aud 2.00 and 6,30 r m. The 3 00 r. m. train out. and 6 46 am. train into Portland, will be freight trains w ith p&rsengcr cats attached Stages counect at Saccarappa daily for South Winuham, Windham Center and Great F ails. At Gorham tor West Gorham, buudisli. Steep Falls, Baldwin, bebago, Bridgton, Ilham, Liming ; ton, Cornish, Denmark, Brownfield. Love!. Frye burg, Conway,Bartlett, Albany, Jackson aud Ea ton, fi. li. At Buxton Center for West Buxton, Bonney Ea gle, South Limington, Limiugton and Limerick At Saco River tri-we«kly, for liuiiis, Limerick, Ossipce, Newdeld, Parsoustield, EthugLain, Free dom. Madison, t atm, Cornish, Porter, a c F ares 6 cents less w hen tickets are purchased iu the Offioe, than when paid in the Cars. DAN. CARPENTER, Supt. Portland April 7,18«4. dtf ntlKIE EENTBAL IUILKOAD, nSgkjflU&S Trains leave Portland, Grand Trunk **wiFSikSStation, 1 r Lewibton and Auburn, at 7 a. m. For Bangor and intermediate stations at 1.25 p.m. RETURNING—leave Lewiston at 6.20 A. M., and arrive in Portland at 8.30 a. m. Leave Bangor at 7.80 a. M ., and arrive in Portland at 2 15 p. h. Both these trains connect at Portland with trains lor Boston Freight train leaves Portland at 8 a m., and re* turningi: dne in Portland at i p u. ftages connect with trains at principal statiens. daily for most of the towns North and East of this line. <’. M. MORSE.Sup’t. Waterville, November, 1868. decl4 PORTLAND, SACO Ar PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. SUMMF.lt ARRAS GEMS NTS, Commencing April 11th, 1884. JMM&2Egc Passenger Trains will leave the 8ta* 49^9$ tion. Canal street, daily, (Sundays ex* ceptcd , as iollows: Leave Portland for Boston, at 8 46 a. m. and 3.C8 P. M. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.30 a.m. and 3.C0 r. ■. Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.00 a. m. and 5.80 p. m. These trains trill take and leave passengers at way stations. Freight trains leave Portland and Boston daily. FRANCIS CHASE, Superintendent. Portland. Oct. 30.1863. oc31 odtf MAINE INSURANCE CO. AugUMta, Maine* 111 HE Maine Insurance Company insure against Jl loss or damage by Fire, Building*, Merchan dize and Furniture, on terms a* fkvorable it can be done bv any solvent Company. Policies issued for One, Three, or Five veare. J. L. CUTLER, President. J. H. WILLIAMS,Secretary. HOWARD SHAW - - - Agent, No. 102 Middle Street. I \ T E It \ AT I «T\ A I, Fire Insurance Company! Of At» York, Office 113 Broadway. CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000. WM. E. WARREN, President. HAMILTON BRUCE, Vice President GEORGE W. SAVAGE, Secretary. •Portland Board of References: Johu B. Brow* & Sow, Hkrsky Flktchkr k Co. H. J. Libby k Co. John Lynch & Co. The undersigned having been appointed Aokwt i and Attorney for this Com pa y. is now prepared to issue Policies on Insurable Property at current rates. * VTPortland Office, 166 Fore Street JOHN W. M UNGER, Agent. Junes, 1864.—dtf i STEAMBOATS. ! Portland and Penobscot River,,* Summer Arrangement, 1804. TUB NEW, STAUNCH AND COMMODIOUS STEAMER LADY LAAtt, Built expressly for this route, CAPr. WILLIAM R. ROIX, Will commence her Hu mine' Ar- ! raugement on MONDAY uohN ING, Juue 6th, Leaving Bangor ev ery Monday, Wednesday aud Jrnday Aluiiiing?, at 5 o’clock Kcturning will leave Kail road Wharf, foot ot State street. Portland, every Monday, Wednesday aud Friday Evening*, at 10 o’clock, connecting with the tastern, Bouton and Maine, ar.d Portland, baco and Portsmouth Kail road a. from Boston aud Way Stations, leaving Boston at 3 o'clock, I*. M. The Boat will touch at Uockl.Ld, Camden, Bel fast. Buck sport, Wioterport and liumpueu, both j ways. Passengers ..ticketed through to and from , Boston, Lowell, Lawrence, Salem and Lynn. For more extended information, apply to J. O. Kendrick, Bangor; the local Agents at the various la* ding*; the Depot Masters oi the P. H A, p , Eastern, aud B. a M Kail roads; Abiel Soimrby, ' Portland; Lang & D ano, Boston. or CUAH. HPEAK, General Agent, j June 4.—isdtf Montreal OceanSteamship Co. One of the following first-class * steamers of this Line vizPeruvian, iiibernia, North American. Jui a, Bel gian. Nova Scotian, Moravian. Da I niascur, mi.i sail from Quebec, kvuv Saturday Moiisi.no. for Liverpool via Loud' neerrv. Also the steamers ST. Davii* St. Gkobgb, St Akdrkw, St Patrick, tri monthly from Quebec for Glasgow. Prepaid and return tickets issued at reduced rates. For passage apply to fti. al A. ALL AN , Montreal, or to J L. FAB d EK, maylttdtf No. 10 Exchange stieet Portl nd. International Steamship Company, Eastport, Calais & St- John. two tripITpeb week. "3BR On aud after Monday, March 38, A I?. A t,1B "uPBriur sea-going steamei N KW BKUNSWK k, Uapt. E. U. ygapaS* w inches ter, will leave Railroad Whan, too. ui state Street, every Monday at 6 o’clock I’. M . and the Steamer NEW ENGLAND Capt. E. Held, every Thursday at a o'clock I’ u ' for r-aetport and st. John, N. B , connecting at Eaatport with ateamer yuoen, for Hohiueou, St. An drew-, and I'alaia, aud w.th stage coaches lor Ma chiaa, and at ot. Johu with steamers for Ereier* icton and with steamer Kmt eror lor Die by Wind »or aud Halifax, and with the E. fcN.A nailroad for Shediac aud all way station.. nailroad Returning, will leave St John every Monday and i ^dBmtoS * °Ck A M ’l0r L*sl^r'. Portland ’ on'boaro Steauier*!’008’01* °f ,h® *«"»■■»■* nfu?j.h;.r0Cf,iVed ti" 4 °'clock P- “ • and BI»>Ulltf_C.C. EATON, Agent. Portland and Do*ioii Liar T1IK STEAMERS Fore«t City, Lewi* ton and Montreal foKttnUlfurttltr notice’ ra» »• Lr^ve Atlantic Wharl, Portland VHS,eMo-,f'.1 “o'o0!; VVeda>aday, Thursday and Friday, at / o clock I. M., aud India Wharf, Horton k'reigtit token os usual. .**“ Tbe Company are not responsible for la.rage to ' aay amouut oxeeediug *60 In value, and thatpfriOli.! al, anloaa noUoo m given and pain tur at the rate ol i one paaaetiger tor every *600 additional valne keh.lj, H63. dti L. BILLINGS. Agent Portland and !t«v Yorli Steamer* SKMI-WKKK LY LINK. a f ^ The splendid and fast Steamships . "LOIL'ST POINT," Capt.,Wim.ett. As ‘ POIOMatV’ Captain Sufic* taSSSmBfctil wood, will,until further notice, run as follows: ’ Leave Browns Wharf; Portland, every WEDNEH ** * **■ M ., and leave Pier ! !.^°55rl-'Ka?e,!aV<;r‘ rv(rT WEDNESDAY anu bATL HDAi , m 8 o #»vttk. 1*. M These vessels are tilted up with line accommodation! for passengers, making this the most spec, v -afe and oomfortable route for travellers betwevn Now York Booms**3* P**,R® ®’*®®i iaelodirg >are and State j Goods forwarded by this iino to and from Montreal j Joebee, Bangor, Bath, Ae-una, Kartpcrt and St. 1 Shippers are requested to send their freight to the :«v?Por,rand!y “ 3 P’ M" °L ^ **•» For freight or passage apply to EMLK;'JC JPT. Brown e Wharf, Portland Hew YotkBOI<Wla'L * C0' No 86 WestStroet. Dm. 6« 1$61> ^tf IT >11 SALE & TO LET. House and Lot No. 31 Haniorth St., For Sale. The two and a half storied wooden dweling i?;-! Uoup • and lot, No 31 Dan forth st , contain iii**fc.i. g ten good sized room*, with a bathing i..oiu--|Hj>ed for gas tlirrugbout—a luruate that j will heat every part of the house. Cistern tor raiu j water ai d a never filling well of drinking water. ! COf’pi-r iiutniM, Ac On the prem Fes are a good barn and sheds, i’he lot is about 126 by 44 feet. I ho i j hou«e can be examined am day from 1<» A M. till 6 j 1* M by calling on the snbsorit er w ho will lumish particulars and teims >f sale J I! 11KAZIKK. Ocean Insurance Company Ituilding. _ , Mo. 2t Exchange St. Aug. S—dtf House ami House Lots For S»»lc, Located in Westbrook, about five minutes walk from the Horn.* Cars at Woodford’s coiner, p. Also, ii>e pleassutly located two ! —- ... -‘stun Dwelling llou e and Lot. t« - ceutiy occupied by Mr. J . C. Remick. The lot con tains jbout two acres, at.d is one ot the flnert loca-i u]?1 * genteel ievidence to be found in the sub- 1 j urbs of Port'and. tteiug lews than l%ro miles lrom tac '■ l oi Haul I o»t Office, and commands a tice view of j I be city. further particular* call on the uudersicnid at -ip Jr ore btreet, corner L’mcu Street. jylidii_Bins DUNHAM. Dwelling SIoiiMt for Male. A two itoiy dwell ng home on Congre** St. kjii “early opposite i lit castellated Villa of S. L. j ——*arlton, t,it . and on llio lino of ibt Horne I nailroad. This Lome contains fourteen Bobbed i i and is well adapted to accommodate two famiJits ; with §( perate cut buildings, stable. Ac . and a well ol tier ill the yard. A largo part ol the purchase money ran lay on mortgage if dtsir.d This property will t o ufl red at Audios on the ttret , of August, it not acid before. ,* , , , ALLEN HAINES i I ortiand, July 21, 1864. lloiisi- and Land for Male at u Bar «u»n. f|1>:E 1J afory brick House No. 9 Portland street. B- lire lot is 63 loot on Poitland street, running i back to Oxford street. Said bouse i- s mated In the ! cooler of the city, on the dlrici liue ol the Horse Kailrosd. Pro* *1700,00. *#00,00ol whir’- cau re main ou a mortgage, lor further particulars in [<imreof WM. ALLEN Jr , - jj lSeodll N os 13 aud 16 Exchange Street. »uluublc Heal Estate for bale. \\T K have for sale a very desirable Home. oea » traily and pleasantly located, finished and 1 furnished lrom garrv t to oeFar; every Hung iu and ! ! about tbe bouse iu herleet ordi r; will be .old with I tbe Furniture, which » n good taste and in fioeot der Immediate poswwslon given. Ibe house aud tmrniture van be examined ot auy time, and inlur uiatiou give by calling ou 11ENKT liAii.Fl & Co.. Auctioneers maylbdu Eaad ou Free street for bale. ’ IT HE valuable rial estate on Free street known A a. the "Furbish property ” 1 be lot is about loti leet on Free strict and extends back about 174 >cct tiaid estate will be Bold as a w hi le, or the easterly ball of the dwelling house, with let about tub* 176 feet, will be void by itself. Application may be nude to James Furbish Ken , on tue premises, or to GEO E B.JAFKsON, jnlyldtf 50 Exchange street. I For Suie. VLOT of lurid in the town of Westbrook, one j and a bail miles from Stroudwater village, known as the “Slide Lot," containing eighteen or twenty acres, ou which is- une vh viable Fine Tim ber. For further information visit the lot.orappy to NAH< M FICKETT, At Stroudwater A illage. Aug. in, |8M. <)(t i'or bale. 4 SQUAliF block of land, of about 73000 acres XV oiWood land, on the south side of tbe river j hi Lawnmce, iu Canada Fast it is iutercoeded by I two considerable rivers with eligible Mu! sits. Weil j wooded with every description ot timber, such as' pine and spruce in large quantities, aud maple ! oercli, beech, tamarac auu bass wo dteauy amount. Enquire of 11. T. AIACH1N, *'ortland. Portland, Feb. 1664. febffioodtf ! I'or bale. x CLIFF' COTTAGE, containing over 30 j try— rooms,large stable and sheds—situated two .Xs.v'hJ and uue-halt milts from Portland, and tht llWfij •••uttion in Capo Elisabeth for a «■ )'.r?*Vfl torlDg place, end summer boarders. For particulars enquire of GFo. OVi FN, ap7 dtf 101 Congress Street. Portli nd. For bale. V TWO story House and Let. situated on Fort laud site-1. with Stable and oilier out buildings Also two adjoining lots containing sbou' eight thousand square feet. Enquire of N STEVENS, No. 47 Portland street. jumsUtf Utilise For bale. V I WO story wooden home. No. 18 Adamsslreet, 11 finished rooms, conveuient (or two families; plenty of good water. For particulars inquire ol i 11. J. WI1.LA1UF 1 Portland, May 14,1864. mayl4< odtf To Eel. IiTOFlt Offices, singleor in suites, over Stores Nos. 153 and 154 KxchaugoStreet, opposite the Inter- j uational House. Apply o j the premises to jytdtf A I.. BEOWN. j To Eel. STOKE now ooonpied by us. Possession given immediately. Also, a Front Oflioein Hanson Block. lanSdtf H. J. I.IBBEV k CO. j To Eel. ONE STOKE in Galt's Block. Apply to U. T. MACUIN, sp23 dtf I MEDICAL. t'OH ni AATIOA • [RE’S DYSPEPSIA (IRE! The World’* Great Remedy -FOR Dyspepsia and Indigestion ! AND ALL 1> i N C H Si e M OK THE STOMACH AND BOWELS Prepared by the Proprietors of “Coe's Cough Balsam." Dysppsia is not only the sure fjrcrunnerof death str*blclite it ha* well been called tr.e Aatiou * scourge; for more person* both old aud young, m.!e and lemale. suffer from iu ravages, ihau Irom all her l;lm, u s combined, it rots luc whole sy stem ot ii, vigor and energy, gives weariness and total ludi-poeitiou to those once strong aid active; renders the stomach powerless to digest the food, and has tor it. attendant?, Headache. Heartburn, Constipation, Nausea at Stomach, and General Debility of the whole System, refusing its subjects a particle of nourishment or hearty loot! wnliout pjyrng tin penalty in the moat agonizing distress, and oftentimes complete prosire. ,1““- * ° ra *d h« terrible ravages of tu.s worst of all d»cai*e*, wo have prepared "COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE" *Ld we pledge our reputa ion a ion our statement when w e say it will Positively Cure the Worst of You, not in u year—not to a month—nor in a week_but you shall see its bent ficial i. fluence at once imme diately, aud the day you take it. To you who have lived ur nars upjn tiiaham bread and plain d.et, w ho dare not eat any tbiug the lea*t-y. ise hearty first, because the Doctor has ordered ihc plainest tood. aud secondly lor tear the distress it causes— rising and souriug on your stomach, wt say sit do* u to your dinnir, eat a* heart , a meal a* you wish, aud a* soon as tin-food begins to distress you lol low it by a siugle teaspcoutul of COE’S DYSPEPSIA CURE I AND IT WILL n J_Nr v , A»oiic«c j.uu instantaneously. thus enabling yon. bv hear’y eating, anil the use of the cure altei each meal, (us often as ilia food Ui; tres.es ) ou, or . ours ou your stomach.) » ou will get iu u very few days so that you nan do without the medicine, except occasionally, and by the time the hist bottle is used up, tve will guarantee you f,ee from Dyspepsia, end able to eat, digest and onj ■> as heart) a break .ast as you ever tit uown to in •. our healthiest hours, and we will lorfeit tyyou the mice ol tne hott e. Upou your showing that our statement is not correct. The medicine is powerful bnt harmless, aud whilst « siugle teas. oouiul will at once relieve the dyaien tlcsudorer. the whole hot le would not materially injure him, as it i. entirely vegetable aud contains no opiates Ail classes 01 disease that hate their uri gm iu a disordered stomach aud bowels, are dispel led ta the same lu.tautaueous way, by the use of COE’S DYSPEPSIA CURE! Fri er and Ague, Sirk-Haidache, Sickness at tl,c Stomach, Constipation, Heartburn, Colic Pains in Stomach or Bowels, Dysentery, Vomit mg, a feeling of Faintness and Dissi tude, li'imr of Appetite, » used.— }• rcmofM twdi!iei>0 tjr lemoviutf tbo cau«* ». » like Alooholio Uitters which cover up ycur bad ’feel ings ior a few momenta by their ekU.'araliugeffects’ Beware ofaucb remedies or beverages, but iu their jilaee use a remedy that will restore the diseased junctions to their normal condition, aud set iu mu tiou the entile human mechanl.m iu perfect hsr. mouy, and upon principles synoujmons aith well Kiat t ‘yi!oKl*'oal l*"“ 1 hat such will be the ef COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE, immediately and irndanUneously, we pledge our wo.d a* meu ol honor—our rt-pulaiiou aa I harinace utiau—our favorable •cquainUuce wxthjihe people aa propi ie:oin of the World renowned * i o* '$ t vnoh Bait am,” it it in u*ed according to our direction* whicu may be louud with each bottle. We add below »ome 1 eBtimomal* from cur nc-igli bora uuu iuvuumb, to which we a>k your careful attention. TESTIMONIALS. From the Pastor •/ the Methodist E. Church, Mad non, Conn. I have used Coe’e Dyspepsia Lure in mv family andean willingly testily tu its value at a medicine! Uaxav CiniiAXD, Castor M E. Church. Madison, Conn., Jun« fjfftb, 1904. A Voice from home through our City Paper,. ,, _ Haven, Conn . JuuelS, iStii. Mtsars, n mtors :—Ahow me, thfuugb vuur col* umua. to ackuowle Jge uiv gratitude lor tu« benefit 1 haw received from the mm et'Coe'a i>>*p. PtfU cure Aahougai was a great sufferer from l>v*p<vei*. the hrat dose gave luMaut rtiiel auuox e ounce I.a* enabled me to tat auy thing 1 please, without pain 1 have uo*r stopped Ustug ihe uxtdicixxe a* 1 uo longer need it. 1*alm**a Lymak a „ ^•dwou. Conn . Juno 30,1804. V rom the benefit derived by the u*e of Cue * U a pepBia Cure in my family. I am prepared to say that 1 never itiuud (o be vvuhoui it aud advise all who arc afflicted with Dyspepsia to try it. 1’HU.Atinka Lewis. Mr Coe :—The b jttle oj Coo’s Dyspepsia Cure i ou gave me ha* b.eked up )our statement concerning it. i have ouly us_.d hall a uolUe, and can eat piue appe short cake or anything el e without ttonbie It acts like a charm. 1 he relief it affords is instan taneous. Jaxk a. Lowbxv >cw Haven, June 19, lut>4. Tl. *e who know my constitution, what mv condi tion oos been .or the la-t thirty yea is, will bells re w ith me that a medicine that will reach my case will reacii nos! any one. Coe’s Uy.-pep.ia Cure has Chaim .1 me to eat anything I ple.se, and it is very e oidom i now have to Use the medicine. It relieved me iu an instant when 1 was iu great pain My whule system is being strong.honed by its use 1 v Axx b Bauoott. New Haven, June 2S», 1964 lm oriaut to Tiaveteig. While journeying on the cars, mv stomach be came ba.ily deranged, causing sev'ete pain iu my head. Had it been ou the water it w.nld have oecucalled sea-sickueas A lady sitting hv tae knowiug mv cott'lliou, icached out a bolt e saying! ’’take a suidiow.” 1 did no and m less than hvo n.inutes uiy trouble was ended, lhe nic-iciie was •'Coe’s Oj .pepsin Cure,' aud from the effect it had upon the stomach, and what I liate learned ol it siuce 1 ’hiuk it must bo «n excellent rsmedy for (Sea-sickness aud Dj spep-ia. 'IKS. SAMUEL FIELD. Madison, June 30th, 1891. 11 n«uu, 011110 4*111. Messrs, l b. C>ark a Co.—(ieuttemen;—1 desire to make kuown the siiuo-t iustautaueou* ettejts ut ‘‘Coe's Dyspepsia Cure." iu cases of c/toiera morbus. I had been lor twenty tour hours purging ai tue stomach aud bowels, every tif.etu uiiuutes. 1 went into your drug store to pr. euro some brandy, as 1 ba*i alwayr been to d that it was a good remedy ?or Dysentery. My pallid face and iny weakuessat once attract* d tue attention oi the clerk incase and he asked meat ouce “wr at is the matter?” I replied : “I have been lor twentry-tuur hours vomit dug aud purgiug, aud 1 am uu»b*e to stand or w a!k from weakness, aud thu deaily sickness at my »tom ach c mpeie y prostrates me/ tie prod need t bot tle of Coe’s Dyspepsia Cure, saying, ‘ take a large swallow of that; it is now 11 o’clock; takeu another afterdiuuer.” From the moment I took that tirst dose of the m< dicine my sickness at stomach wasgoue-its i ff ct was iustautaneous Iu au hour 1 eat tuy diuuer wj<h as good a relish as ever hungry mau partook, (as 1 I was weli c eared out or food.) and followed by a teaspoonful of cure 1 have not suffered a particle oi iuoonvenience since 1 t -*ok the remedy. ! Its act Liu wa- so w uderthl aud so immediate that I could har dy bell ve the evidences of my owu senses and I desire to pu licly nuku known the«e facts,that the whole world mav avail themselves of its u*e Like bread, it thould li d a place in every ou ’s house, and I believe that uo one should go away from home without a bottle of it in his pocket or where it c »uld b- q • ickly mad- availah e * Tiuly yours, UtfiO. L. DKAKK. One of the l trenty-fve. New ll*ven. July 11th, 1864.1 Mu Cog Sir:—Having been troubled with tho Dyspcp-ia for some eight or twelve mouths. I hate takeu the u.*«ual kiudsof medicines, which have done me no good. 1 saw your a Dertisement of a medi cine to c ire the Dyspepsia. 1 have tried it, and ■found it to be tub medicine The first 15 drops (the 7th ot June )that I took, relievtd me iu oue minute. I nave taken it three or four tim s, but have had no di-tressing feeling iu my stomach since taking the first 15 drops; although before. 1 could not eat a meal, and sometimes co more thau three or four mouthful I- w thout distressing me. Kevpect ul!y, J. F. WOODRUFF. New Haven. June 11th. 18G4 Mu. Con—Dear Sir:—The bottle of Dyspepsia j Medicine 1 received trim you, gave instantaneous relief. I only used it when my tood distressed me. It wa* about like taking two doses to-^av.one to rn »rrow. then every other day, increasing the quan t tv of food and decreasing trie medicine.until i was enabb d to eat without taking anything »t all My ca«e was an extreme one, having suffered tor seven years. I n >w cousi ter myself cured, and by u*ing only one bottle of medicine iu the space of two mouths. The dose was a teaspoonftiI. Kllkx 8 Allkv. Sold by Druggist, in city and country, every where. * ‘ Price 91.00 per Bottle. Orders by mail, from either dealer, or consumer, promptly attended to. C. G. CLARK A CO. Wholesale Druggists, Alev //iren, Cinn , Proprietcrs. Sold in Portland by W. F. Phillips, It H. Hay, aud all other l ealers, marcli3eodl>«4 I I ^ medical. Elixir r Elixir DR. WRIGHT’S REJUVENATING ELIXIR! OR, ESSESCEOF LIFE. 1'rei’arkd from Pure Vegetable Extracts CONTAINING NOTHING INJURIOUS TO TH* MOST DKLIi'ATB. fllllE Rejuvenating Elixir is the result of modern discoveries in the vegetable kingdom, being an entirely new aud abstract method of cure, irrespec tive of all the old aud worn-out systems. This medicine has been tested by the most emi nent medical men of t he day, and by them pronounc- ! ed to be one of the greatest medioal discoveries of the age. One bottle will cure General Debility. A few doses cure Hysterics iu females. One bottle cures Palpitatiou of the Heart. A few doses restore the organs of generation. From one to three bottles restores the manlincs j and full vigor of youth. A few doses restore the appetite. Three bottles cure the worst case of fmpotcncy. A few doses euro the low-spirited. One bottle restores mental power. A few doses bring the rose to the cheek. This medicine restores to manly vigor and rolu health the poor, debilitated, worn-down, and do pairing devotee of sensual pleasure. The listless, enervated youth, tho overtasked men I of business, tho victim of nervous depression, the ndividual suffering from genoral debility, or from weakness of a singe organ, will all find immediate and permanent relief by the use of this Elixir or Es- ! senco of Life. Price 52 per bottle, or three bottles for #6, and forwarded by Express, on receipt of money, to any address. Sold by all Druggists everyw here. DH. W. R. MEBWIN & Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS, No. L9 lJberty-st., New York. CHEROKEE PILLS I SUUAH COATKD. FEMALE REGULATOR. HEALTH PRESERVER, CERTAIN AND SAFE. For the removal of Obit ruction,, and the Inaurano of Regularity io toe Recurrence of the Mouthly Periods. They cure or obviate those numerous diseases tha spring from irregularity, by removing the rreguiar ity itself. They cure Suppressed,Excessive and Painftil Men struation. They cure Green Sick nets (Chlorosis). They cure Nervous and Spinal Affections, pains in the ba^k and lower parts of the body, Heaviness, Fatigue on slight exertion, Palpitation ot the Heart Lowness of 8pirits, Hysteria, .Sick Headache, Gid diness, etc., etc. In a word, by removing tbs Irreg ularity, they remove the cause, and with it all the effects that spring from it. Composed of simple vegetable extracts, they con tain nothing deleterious to any constitution, how ever delicate—their function being to substitute strength for weakness, which, wheu properly used, they never fail to do. All letters seeking information or advice will be promptly, freely and discreetly answered. Full directions accompany each box. Price #1 per box, or six boxes for to. Sent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of price. 8o!d by all respectable Druggists. Dr. W. R. MEBWIN A Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS, No. 09 Liberty-st.. New York. fobtkodAeowlr Female STEEN GTHLNING COBDIAL. This Medicine is of long tried efficacy for correct ing all disorders incidental to the frininiue sex. That the afflicted may leel assured that ihis Cordial is truly valuable aud worthy their confidence,' not oue of those seer, t compounds purposed to destroy healthy action, I add a lew testimonials from pbys icians whom all, tavoringtlie Electricand Kelormcd Practice oi Mtdiciue, respect. DR. WILLARD C. GEORGE, formerly Professor in the Worcester Medical College, and President of the Electric Medical Society, Mas*., speaks oi it in the following terms: “ 1 have u-ed the Female Strengthening Cordial rimilar to that preparation by DR. GEO. W SWEPT. 10G tiauover Street, aud 1 regard it us one of the best Medicines for Female Complaints that can be found." DR. J. KING, Author of "Woman: Her Dis ease* and their Treatment, * says: " This Mediciue appears to exert a specific influ ence on the Uterus. It is a valuable agent in all de rangement* of the Female Reproductive organs." DR. SMITH, rr* sident of the New York Asso ciation of Botanic Physicians. says. I " No Female, if in delicate health, shond omit the timely use of thi* valuable Cordial. 1 owe much ot xay success in midwifery to the use of this Medi cine." MOTHERS AND MCRIMED 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 Profee- , sion it is esteemed more highly tor good result during Confinement in relieving the gnat suffering attendant upon childbirth. 1 acknow ledge with Dr. Smith that much of my success in midwifery is due to the use ol this medicine It strengthens both mother and child, In each cases I follow the di rections of Prof. King, by allowing my patient* to use it a few week* previous to couiu-ment, a« by the energy it impart* to the uterine lierrou* system the labor wi.l be very much facilitated, and remove* the scrap* which many female? are liable to. Ne i woman . if she knew the great valueof this Strong'h ening Cordial w ould faiito use it." I have received numerous testimonials from diff erent parts of the country where used Knowing the good it is capable of doing. 1*11 warrant every bottle oi my " cordial" to be satisfactory in its re sult*. The following symptom* indicate thoee affection* in which the Female Strengthening (croon Las proved invaluable: Indisposition to Exertion, Wakefulness, Uuoasi ne**, Depression of Spirit*. Trembling, Loss of Power, Paiu in the Back. Alternate Chill*, aud Flushing of Heart, Dragging >en»aticn at the Lower Part of the Body, Headache, Languor. Ach ing Aloug the thigh*. Iutolereuce of Light and Sound, Pale Countenance, Derangement ot <he Stomach aud Bowels, Difficult Breathing, Hysteria Ac., Ac. *» ««• » myvvua.9 ICIUOUJ in an tienD« Chlorosis ol Greco Nickuess, Irregularity, Painful ness. Profuse or Suppression of Customary Dis- i charges. Leucorrhaa or Whites, Scirrhu* or Ulcer ate State ot trie Uterus, Sterility, ft c No bettor Tonic can i ossibly be put up than this, and none less likely to do Larin, amt it is composed wholly ot vegetable agen’s, and such as we have known to be valuable, and have used for many ! years. PRICE, One Dollar Per Bottle, or six bottles for #5. Should your druggist not have it, send directly to us, and when six Inittle* 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 Botauic Depot. 106 list.over 8t Boston. GEO. W SWKTI, M D.. Proprietor. H. H. HAY, Agent, Portland* cnch3 eodCna in i _i. STATEMENT OP THE .Etna I ii • lira nee Company, OK U AKTIO&D. CONN.. On the 1st day of November, A. D. 1.863, as required by the Laws of the State of Maine. Hie Capital Stock is.81.600,000 and with the surplus is invested as follows: Real estate, unincumbered. 887,963 18 Cash iu hand, on deposit, and in agents’ hands, 218.950 68 United States Stocks, 612,8*7 60 State and City Stocks, and Town Bonds, 6*59.450 00 Bank and Trust Company Stocks, l.o47,2?0 00 Mortgage Bonds, 331,960 00 Atlantic Mutual Ins. Co’s scrip, 1862-8, 16,886 60 Total Assets, 88,026.879 74 Amount o! Liabilities lor Losses not due or adjusted, S176.4U 8i Amount at risk, estimated, 115 616 479 is TUGS. A. ALEXANDER, President. Lvoirs J. Hardee. Secretary. Hartford, No*. 7, 1863. J. C. CHUBCHILL, Agent, Vo. 4 Iron Hlork, Portluml Pier. deof. dtf Removal. YTAV1NG removed from my old stand to the Aft,store No. 91. Commercial street, and an< dated myself in business with Mr. Henry Ti ng. 1 would take this opportunity to thank my customers for past f*vo*s, and would respectfully solicit their future patronage ol the linn of Fling ft Whittemore STEPHEN WUITTKMOKK. Portland, July 8th, 1864, July 12d4w Co|mrtnen4iip Notice*. THE undersigned have this day formed a Copart nership under the uarae and stvle of Fling ft Whittemore. and have taken tho store formerly oc copi*d bv Henry Fling, No. 91. Commercial street, where they iutend doing a Commistion aud Whole sale business, in Teas. Tobacco. W I Goods, Gro ceries and Provisions. HENRY FLING STEPHEN WHITTEMORE. Portland July 8,1864. dtf | MEDICAL. Lyon's Periodical Drops THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon's Periodical Drops! ARB BITTER THAI ALL Pills, Powders & IJiipck Pr<|>aruti>ns. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! —arh— Sure to do Goodaud cannot do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! The Great Female Remedy LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARB BITTER THIN ALL PILL3tP0WDEMS T QUACK PREPARATIONS LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARE SURE TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HARM. Lyon’m Periodical Drops THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops ARE BETTER Til AS ALL PILLS, POWDERS AND (JUALK MEDICINES. Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are Sure to «lo (rood und oannot do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Great Female Remedy. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS ARB BATTER THAI ALL Pills, Powders and Quack Preparations. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS -ARB 8URK TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HARM Lyon’s Periodical Drops THU QBDAT FEMALE REMEDY Lyon's Periodical Drops Are better than all Pills, Powders, And Quack Preparations. Lyon’s Periodical Drops, Sure to do Good and cannot do Harm. Price, SI per Bottle. For .tie by til DrugKiata. At whole,al« by W. F Phillip*. H. H. Hmy A Co., Fortlind. itcBptodly * CATARRH! -AMD NOISES IN THE HEAD I ! CCKKD nv INHALING A Harmless Fluid, OP AGREEABLE OOOR. NO VIOLENT SYRINGING Of the Head. TIIK SENSE OF T.VSTE AND SMELL RESTORED DK. R. GOODALE’S CATARRH REMEDY. Dr. Goodale has combatted Catarrh until he ha* fought It down. It has been a long war, but his tri umph Is complete. through all coming time hie Ca tarrh Remedy will he known as the only one anti dote for a disease which saperticiaiLt* have declar ed incurable. Cata>rh doctors, so called, spring up like musbroons on all sides. I be object of these pocket practitioners is money. They ate dangerous instruments. Their violent manipulations irritnte the already inflamed membrane. They never core. Dr. Goodsle’s treatment is medicinal, not mechani cal. He does not believe in the foroe-pump system, which I» working so much mischief. His remedy passes through the absorbents, to the seat of the dis ease, ami obliterates it. It does not rslievs merely for a day, but for all time. Lastly, it costs a dollar a bottle—no more. Dr. Dodge qf Auburn X. Y. After having witnessed tbo effect* of this Remedy in Catarrh, thus speaks of it;—Jt is truly aud un conditionally a Herculean "i-ecitio lor the • hole dis ease. Such an article ought not to be ‘Lid under a bushel." aud any m»u who can invent so truly an efficient and positive a remedy fur such a loathsome disease, ought to be considered one « f the beueiac tors of his race, and bi* name and the effects ol his skill perpetuated. Yours respectfull . D L DODGE. A. M PHh9 Xidea, the trell-knotm Travel ter. And uhose family phvsician Dr Gooda'e was for mauy years, savs—"If Dr Goodale says he can cure Catarih. he ran cure it." Ac. Price Send a stamp for a pamphlet. Dr R GOOD ALE'S Office aud Oep-u , 75. Bleeker sfreet, one door west ol Broadway, New Yoak. II. II. Ilay Agent for Portland. June 2d. lx*!. juue&lZy PARTICIi’ATlOn. Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company. Thii Company will issue Polices to be free alter the payment of six, eight or ten Piemiums at the option of the insured and at rates as low as auy other Company. The issue ot Free Policies readers it at t' 'least equal If not superior to the participation xpanies. Office No. 102 Middle St. CHARLES HOLDEN, Pres. EDWARD SI1AW. Se«. Feb 14 <14u tf. Scnonox (.kmkal'r orru a. i Washiugt n ( itr. Ji ue.4.1444. I Ilf ANTED—Airprsi end A$$i*tanl .'tirpeous "▼ for tkr I'olorrd Trt.ops—l audidat*-* must be Graduates of some Kgular Medical College, and must be « xamiued by a Board ot Medical <Hie* rs to be convened by the surgeon Gere al Hie Board will determine whether the candidate will be ap pointed Surgeon or Assistant Surg* cu. according to merit Applicati *ns accompanied by one or more te»l mot'iai- from resptctslde persons, cs to moral character, Ac., should te eddrested to the burgeon Genera), L'. S. A . Washington, D.C .or to the As sistant Surgeon General. C. S. A., Louisville. Kv. Boards are now in session at Boston. New Yo*k, Washington, Cincinnati, St. Louis, and New Or* leans. Also wanted. Hospital Stewards for Colored Keg imeuts. Candidate* must posiwi a fair English Ed ucation, and be tami>iar with the compounding and dispensing of Medicine*. Application* must be made a* in the case of Suraeon* and Assis ant burgeons Compensation from *23 00 to *33 00 per month, with c.othing, rations, fuel and quarters. Jos K. harnes. julyl-2aw3m Acting SurgeoQ General. American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COl’PANf! OF NEW YORK. Capital ^^200.000, (usure Uwllsliag*. Morcbnndiae. 31«u*e bold Furniture. Krais, Lesaes, Vf» •el • oa the Stocks, uud other Per soaal Properly at lae Lew 8AMUEL BROWN. President. WILLIAM RAYNOR.Secretar. EDWARD SUAW Agent. 102 Midd'e Street. oct27 lyeod THE BOSTON FIRE BRICK And Clay Retort Manufacturing Co., Works, :»4 Federal street. Office and Warehouse 13 Liberty Square and 7 Batterytnarch St. manufacture Fire Brick, ail shape* and sixes, for furnaces required to • tuou the most into*** hunt also Furnace B mbs tnd Slabs, lxicomotive Fire Blocks, Bakers’Oven iuJ Green-house Tiles, Clay Retorts and necessary riles to set them, Fire Cement, Fire Clay and Kaolin The undersigned will give their special attention hat alt orders for the above manufacture are execu ed with promptness. JAMES E MOM) A 4 0. Skllino Auists, 18 Liberty Square, Boston. inch 11 eodtim Hart* 4 Inim e. IK) purchase a stock ef Millinery, with reut of one of the best stands ki the citv. Address through f. 0., lytoll MU.UXKK, l'ortland. | ' MEDICAL. MOItK TENTIMOMALN • HI MRS. MANCHESTER It constantly receiving unsolicited testimonials 01 flw a»tu.*i$\ing cures performed by her. Among many recently received are the following, which are commended to the notice of the afflicted. Mrs. II Chester may be oonsnlted at No. 11 Clapp’s Block,Room No.5. A CASK OK SPINAL DISEASE CUBED This it to certify that 1 went to tee Mrs. Manches ter last March with a daughter of mine trontied wlih spinal disease, for which the had been doctored fo< i live years, and by a number ot physicians of ; kinds; and she ha* had twenty-on* applications oioctrioity applied, but ail to no effect; bat *be oon dnuaily srew worse. 1 came tc the conclusion, tbe last resort, to go and see Sire. Manchester, and lid so; and to my great aurprire she told at the flr.t t»» ot the dutatt, and how the had btea from Urn* to lime, which encouraged m. to try her medioines , I did ao, and bow my daughter ia able to be nrouad the house all of thetims. She also rides ten or ki tocn miles without any trouble or Ineonvenfence.abd Itulnk in a short time she will be restored to peridot health. Since my daughter haa been doatoriag, 1 , have heard of a great many eases that Sire. Hitachi a tor haw oured. I think IX any perton deserves pat ronage, it la the one who trie* to preserve the h< nlth of the tick and suffering; and I knew that she a.'O* every effort whish ilea in her power to beoekt bar pa Meat*. Sauna L. hrianr*. (iBonus Km-are. Annv K. Kwiuava, ha la a ka eeia. BmHtvnck, Man*, Aoftttl 6th. OA'E OR TBE GREATEST CUBES cm RECOB Mae. kfaaouarran—Dear Modem:—Ti. nkiog statement of my care may be of service to c-bers similarly afflicted. I hasten to give it to you. This is brieky my peso--I was taken tick about 11 mouths ago with the Liver Complaint in a very tad form. I applied to four different physicians, bat re* helved no benefit until I culled on yon. At thnt time I bud given up business, end was in n very bad state, I hut after taking your medicine tor a abort time I be gan to recover, and in two month, I was entirely well, and bad gained aoverni pounds of keeh, and san truly say that by your thill 1 am a perfectly heal by Bias. Josrra Davm. Bow toe ♦ Man* D*pot, PortUmd, Mt A REMARKABLE CURB ORA CASE OR DEO 8 Y CURED B T MBS. MANCHESTER. This le to certify that I have been oared of tbe Dropey of fifteen yean standing by Mr*. Mamch**. tor. 1 have been to phyefeians In Host on, Kew York and Philadelphia. They ait told ana that they eoald do nothing for me, nuleea they tapped me, and as tured me that by tapping I eoald live bat n abort Ume. I had made ap my mind to go heme and live as long as I could with the disease, and then die. On my way home 1 stayed over night in Portland with a friend of mine, aad told them what my mind wat a regard to my diseaaa. They finally persuaded me to go and see Mrs Manchester. She examined me and told me my ease exactly. 1 wae so much astonished to think thnt she told me eorreetly, thnt I told her that 1 wonld take her aaedl oiuoe, not having the least taith thnt they would me any good, or thnt 1 should get the slightest relief from any oouree whatever; finally 1 took the medi cine and went home. In on# week from the Ume 1 fommeaeod taking the medicine, I had over three gallons of inter pass ms la seven hoar*; and my fel low suffersri aaay be assured that it was a great ralial to ms. I had not bean able to lie down In bad at aigbPbefore this tor two years. Now I can lie do with perfect erne. I hare taken her medictav eight months, and am as well as any man could t to be, and no eigne of dropsy. I would advl, v that are sink to go and consult Mr*. Mamcha (tea if they hare been given up by other j „ slcians. I have sent her a number of oases of oil, diseases, and she has oared them also. Go and for yourselves. 1 had no (kith, bat now my frill, eaanot bo ahakad ta her skill ta telling aad cane, fils sane. Cxablbs 8 Hannon, kAXAU K. Hannon, Mabt A. liana on. Bam for, Man*, April Id. Ornoa Hotraa—Prom 8 A. If .Mil t P. V. sept!7 ta Aosta1 edly nit. I . U . u iisiu ra OAI II VOUKD AT 111 PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, No. & Temple Street, WHERE he can be eonenlted privately, end with the utmost cooddence by the afflicted. at all hoare daily, from 8 a. w. to 9 r. a. Hr. U. addressee those who are -ulferlag Bader the abliction of private dieeaee, whether arising iroaa Impure connection or the terrible vice of self-abuse. Devoting hie entire time to that particular branch of the medical profession, be feels warrantee in hi'se SKTiima a Cvax ta ah Casae, whether of loot standing or recently contracted, eatirely removm the dregs of disease from the system, end meting perfect sad PERMANENT CUKE. ile would call tho attention of the stRlcted to t feet of his long standing and well earned c- puts' lus furnishing sufficient assurance of hie shill and see' sees. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Every in'rlligent end thinking person matt know that remedies handed out from general use should have their efficacy established by well-tested expe rieaoe in the hands of a regularly educated physi eiaa, who-, preparatory study Dts hun lor all the duties he must fulfill; yet ths country Is flooded with poor nostrums end cure-alls, purporting to he the Best in the wcrld, which are not only useless, but al ways iujurious The unfortunate should be r aarrir HLaa in selecting hie physician, as it is a lameatabla yet incontrerertabls feet that many syphilitic sr tients are nude miserable with ruined constituents by tnaltreatinictfrom inexperienced physicians :a general practice: for it is a point gent rally conceded y tho best synhilog.-aphen. that the study end man agement of (base complaints should engross the whole time of those who would be competent and successful in their treatment and care. The inex pi rienoed general practitioner, haring neither op portunity n-.r time to make himseli acquainted with their pathology, oommonly puerues cae system of treatment, in most oases nuking sn indisertmlcstn me of that antiquated and dangerous went on. Mer cury. HAVE CONFIDENC*. All who have committed sa eaeees of any kind, whether it be the solitary vice of youth, or tho eting Ing rebuke of misplaced vonfidenoe in n aturer years, SEES FOR AN ANTIDOTE IN REASON. The Pains and Aches, and Lassitude and Nervous Prostration that may follow Impure Coition,art the Barometer to the whole sy stem. Do not wait for the consummation that is sure to fol low, do not wait for Unsightly Ulocre, fee Disabled Limbo, for Lose of Beauty and Complexion. HOW MANY THOUSANDS CAN TESTIFY TO THIS B Y UNUAPP Y RIPRR1MNCM. Young Men troubled with etnirrioi s la sleep, a complaint generally the remit of m bed babit in youth, treated scientifically, and a perfect cart war ranted or no charge made. Hat Illy a day passes but we are consulted by one or more young men with the above dlsca-v■, some of whom are as weak sail emaciated as though they had the coasuuptton. and by their friends supposed to have it. All sneh c ises yield to the proper and only correct course of treatment, and in a short Uae aro made to rejoioe in portent health. There are many men at tee aw ■* . .. Moare troubled with too frequent evacoauou* from the bladder, often accompanied by a alight smarting of burning sensation, and weakening the •y.trm in a manner the patient cannot account tor. o» exam ining urinary dep* vita a ropy sediment will often be found, and sometime* tn.ail particle* of semen or albumen will appear, or the oolor will be of a thia ndlkbh hue. again changing to a dark and turbid appearance. There are many men who d‘e of this difficulty .Ignorant of the cause, which is the SECOND STAGE OF SEMINAL WEAKNESS. 1 can wamtn: a perfect cure in such caeca, and a full and healthy restoration of the urinary organa. Persona who cannot personally consult the Or., can do so by writing Id a plain manner a description of their diaease. and the appropriate remediee will be forwarded immediately. All correspondence strictly confidential and will be returned if Retired. Address. PR. J. B. 111611 £8, No 5 Temple St., fcorner of Middle] Portland. QT'Send btaxsp for oiroular. tlcJcclic Medical Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. 1\K tlUGHES particularly Invito* all Ladle. wh! J ' ueod a medical advice!, X ' rail at 'ila rooma Mo. 4 Temple Street, which they will flad uruM fot Halt ovpeciil accc aimed, tion. Dr. If.'u Eclectic tiinov.tiag MedlclaMarcaartral led in cdleocy and superior virtue in r-cmlaU*» all FemaleI regularities ih.ir action la ccclfc and wrtala ot producing relief In a iborttlmo. —A Dli-S will Hud it invaluable la all ca»ea of Ob struction! alter all other remedle* have boon tried la Tt.in It i-purely rentable, containing Be tiller ia tti! least injurious to tue health, and may betakes with perfect safety at all tin.ee. Sent to any pa.-t oftkoeonatry wttb fall ttlreeMoai bvaddreeslng DR Hl’GHU. kio. 4 Temple Street , corner of Middle. Portland. M. B.~ LA .M<8 tleai" Mg ;aiy oonralt out ol bell own ia. A lady or eepenaaoe la eonstaut attend ane»> tanl Hkwh JAMES EDMOND & CO. COMMISSION MESCUANTS. 13 LIBERTY S4JlrARE, .. BOSTON Are prepared to order at favorable ratee, COLT* MESA and GLENGAUaN uCE PIG IRON, Alvo, BAR, SHEET, f BOILER PLATE IROX, of Knglieh and 8«otch Manufbctare. We ihalleontinae to receive, in addition to oaf American Brick, a regular supply of EMUUSH. 8COTCH, A WELCH FIRE me till eoddin

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