Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, September 7, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated September 7, 1864 Page 4
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THE MARKETS. 1 Portland Wholesale Prices Current. r«rr««if corrected for the Pkkss to Sept. 7, b> At. S. Kiou. *•>«! . Pearl 4> It.OdeOOuOO Pet. u^ia Apple*. tirw.ii 61'4tl OO Sliced t< IS.i3 tier. . 41 lb.13 4 14 Bread. Pilot 4* 1UU ten. *sj a,: Ship-. 7 fi.7j Crackers ^er bill, tda-i' Cracker*. jp 100.. 10 gjoot Batter. Family 4> lb.43 ,u 17; Store.33 4*« Ben an. Marrow 41 baahS3 004321 Pei ..I*>3,84! Blue Pod.»#.•«*•« Candle*. Mould p lb. 26 <&25 8p«..4J *drl2 C'bee«e. Vormuut & lb. ....22a.1.1 K. V.1*80 Ceftl—(Retail.) Lehigli.. Chestnut. l&A Coffee* Java V r-'.8* ysfifk Cape... .....47 '% (a Rio .tfvfl&D CerdaKr. American f) lb.. .20 ft22 Russia ilernp.none Manilla.. 2* ft lit Boil rope, Russia. 20 ft£ do. Manilla. 3J.ct 3. (cutout. p bid.*215®221 Draff** and Dye*. Alum V lb.7jo7$< Aloes.47 ft 4, Arrow Root.30 £.70 Borax. ..60 to; Brimstone (roll)... 0 %% Bi-Cart. Soda.... loall. Sulphur... f<t H Sal Soda. Oft7 Camphor.. .172fti 77 Cream Tartar.60 ftlW Logwood ex. 18ft I* fcgnaili.60 (ft<0 Indigo, M’la.hne. 150 ft^fr Madder. Opium...#18 Rhubarb........8 ^Oft 401* Alcohol.8 00ft 4 00 fluid.8 60 ft4 0U 5allpetrc.17 ft'J« Vitriol.23 &23 Uyewoeds. Barwood .3 % Brazil Wood .... .18 ft* Camwood. ftOJ Fustic, Cuba.4 jft *• Kav an villa. 4 >duh Hyptrnic. (® lo Logwood, Cam peachy.2i® St. Domingo.... 2] *> Extract Logwood. is® 19 Hie Wood. mb Peach " . 4j® Rod 44 .«J«7i Sapan 44 . ® Quercitron Bark . 2{ a R1 Sanders.7 ®1' Dank. Kaven*. '®125 Portland, No. 8.200fi22 44 No. 10. 142 a 15 < Navy.B’r, No. 8 300®2 34 44 44 No. 10. 141®1U Flat* Cod largo ^qut#$50:&9 fiti 4* small .,. .6 5>.ag 7 OC Pollock.4 25 ®>4 7f Haddock, .2 60®3 t> Hake,.4 00®4 50 B 'rring,Shore|>bl.t>®7 do. Labrador none, do. scaledbx.7u®75 do. No. 1.45® 50 Mackerel f> bbl.. Kay No. 1. 826 00g27 or Bay No 2... .lxoogi* 50 Shore No. 1 270.*a28.x 44 “ 2 .180041900 Lir^. ..1435@16 DO Fralt. Almoutw—Jordan » lb. Soft Shell.86 M 8 helled.42fi4fc C arrant*. ..22 a 2 Citron, new.#1 a. 4> Poa Nuts .... $ k4 V Fig#, common.... 3 ; ,®34 New Kleme. a 2 Lemms.pbox SO^Oajllrtu granges—box 100^1100 Raisin*, Bauch box 500M62r. Layer.. .5 60® 5 75 Date# .14® lie Prune** aew. (£22 Flwar—Portland insp Superfine .. .,#9 5Val<> 0 Fancy. TTTlOOO 41O6G Extra.11 f0®12 «* Doable Extra . 12 0ual8 0< Extra Superiorly 09® 13 5 Western extras 1150® 1200 Ohio extra . 10 5»^ll0n CmarfaNol 11 2 a 11 fO 8tLouisFavBrd’s 130»d 4 South'll fll.do.l2 00®14** Patapsco Family..00$an*o<> Corn Meal . 74a7» Buckw't Fl'r »7&0'®:8 brl Grata* Rve.3 2t»a2 3% Oat*. 95 aKT* South Yel.Corn .180 *l«*i Corn, Mixed. ... 175a 178 Barley.lltf&l 30 (tunpswdfr. Blasting. .57® 74 Rifle and Sporting 8J.fi. 9 Hay* Pros** d net T.*24 £ 2i Loose.20 fit 22 btraw. #10«gll If idea aad Skina* B. A. Hides__ 87a 4" Western.27 H 29 Slaughter Hides . Prime Calfskins.25®3o Calcutta Cow— Slaughtered... 190r®210, Green Salt.185®!200 SheepPelts.Gr’n.l 70&175 Hop#* First Sort, 1863.. .30 &26 I roa. Common.,.. 10 50 44 Lined 114 Swede.16&00 I Norway .00® 17 Ca#t Steel.r»5a.V* German Steel —42 ®*6 English Hlis.Steel .42 aiV' Spring..35 ft 26 Sheet Iron. Engl I3a.l4 * Sheet Iron,ltu#*ia. 33®*." do. Kus im’t .24 .®53 Lard* Barrel, *Mb.2T«24 K* ga, p ft. 34®25 neather. Hew York, light.. 46fi 4* do. rad wta. . 48dtt) do. heavy.48 , ® 5" do. slaughter .56 a (V, Amarioan, 176 ®2 oj ucad. Am. Pig ** 100 lb.822a2° Sheet and Pipe .*21 &21* Kocklaud, cask . .120ft lit Lumber—From yard Clear Pine,No. 1.848 ft d0 do. No.2. .46 ft 4 do. No. 8.. 3H * 4r Shipping Lumber Ke fv4 Spruce. . 81060® i lien Jock.lib"® l^i Box Kh’ka.iplne). I Wjft u Clupb’Us S eat. .820 ft 25 1 do. P “ ...40 (ft 4i (Shingles, Jed ex *4 :r> *4 do. “ N 0.3 00®c do do. ext. Pine.6ft 6 >. Laths, Spruce— 187ft 2 C© do. Pine.200$ 26© Ked Oak Staves .1,35 *40 Alol. lihd. Shook* & U s,city.. 3 25* 3 60 Sugar do. city S 25 do. do. c’try.l25ftl 5© Creen CVysa'd.. 00*0 00 Country KiffMol. Hhd.Shooks.. .l&Oftl 76 ..125ftl 60 j t loops.#35 AMO I Hack mo tack Tim | *>er, V tun.10ft* .VIoIiimo*, Port Kioo.#12©ftl2>' ' ienfut'go*.10 % 206 Cuba qla ved.OOft tK» do. do. tart" . 7&a$3 do.Muscovado" 95 ft 10 , New Orleans.... none Portland Syrup, hhd* 68 6 do. bbls ft 72 Nulla* Cask. #10ftl06n Navnl Storm. 1 Tan foreign)|£ bbl.231ft31 PKeh (Coal Tar). 9&H® 6' Kohiu.44 ft44s furpeutine|*gai 890fg410 Oakum. American.14 ft 15* Oil. Portland Kerosene llluminat’g OillOfftl10 •sperm Winter. 276ft27G A hale,ref. Wint 1 U5ftl 75 Crand Bank and Bay Chaleur. .842 ft 45 Shore.41*42 Unseod.816**172 Boiled.1 76ft Lard Oil.|186ftl 86 Oliva Oil..260 0,3 26 Castor Oil.8 *0*4 00 Xeatsfoot Oil.... 125ftl 40 OnUsi- w Pbb!.8 25ft8 50 P bush.#8 6*1*3 76 Paint*. P'tl'd Lead In oil#216(^22 Cumberland L’d, 2" 60*1! Pure Dry Lead 21 *22 French /inc, "Oo f'OftOn uq Anaer.Zlne, " 13 75ft 15 Kochi lie 1 el low . .9 ft t*‘ Eng. Ven. Ked— 0ft a Litharge. *M2l Ked I^*ad . *21 rlailrr Per ton to oft. ft3 50 Hard.nominal. Ground...70u@7 5t) Prarisitai. Ch’go Mew Beef. *22 @23 Portland do 22 (»> @23i»> P tl’dext. do. 2700@28 on Pork, extra clear 45 @si; Pork, clear. 42 ft .5 Pork,mew.. 4U00@42no Pork. Prime. 35@3tiUO Bound Hoga.none. Ham*.2n@21 cftvtomok'dUama 22@23 Predaer. Beef (p qu’r th 12 @14 Eggs, 4> dor -25 @2.1 Potatoea, t»bbl S4 0l(c,5 »' chickens.'2o@ 25 Lamb. He. 18 rurklaa.22 @}i (Joese. uone Veal.10 @12 Rice. Kioto t> It-. 15 @10 Rub. Portland il Millet @2 26 Salrrsttoto. 'a!' rate i.- ;r, 101 ftl:: hale. rurk’sls., ^hhd (8 bus.).... $7 50 ft 8 no Liverpool. 760@8no j Cadis.none Cagliari.76o@»(0 Gr'd Butter Salt 81 ft 8la rrh. Pearl. . 12®la Shat piOOlba *9]ftlu l>rop.* @25 Buck. @20 Swap. family do.16@ti<l So. 1.17 @ 00 Soda. 18 @on 'Heine..'.lijiSM) Caatile.•. 20 ft..', Crane’s. @18 Spire. Cassia lb.90*<c,c Cloves.65 e * ■ i ngcr. (Baco).... 45® to Ginger, (Africa). .45 aril MacW..1 0" @ Sutmegs.2 00 @225 Pepper.48 e V> Pimento.46 @ 50 Suuar. Portland A...none do. A A .. (m2! 5 do. Yellow...01 Extra Yellow.22.(8 23 Muscovado....... 21*21 Havana Brown . '.0; a .8 do. White.. 00 ft On Soar Orleans. (*«) @ 0 Crushed. .294*20’ Granulated. 2. u' Powdered.29j @21?; ' Teas. Urson.ft0080 is) I’oung Hyson. .0Oo@O9to Mohr.1 *>,i 1 25 do choice 13 ■ a I 85 louchong.05 @110 Tobacco. tk 10's best br’ds. 70@75c do. medium ,66 @70 do. common. 00 a' islf lbs best br'ds 75 ftM) do. med. good.7n @75 do. common... 65 a 70 iatoral Leal, tbs #1 al 25 favy-imunda .. 80ft 85 Woods lard, retail ..*9 50*11 ion. •• ....6 00@7 OB I Varnish. furniture—*8 25® 4 0 j 'oach...4@ 7* Jarnar.225® 0 00 Waal. £*««.»#p«n . SOftl to. Exchange. * sondoH—00a.. tonsrttlid ) -- i-oriiana urr boons liar kit. Kxi>re»ly corrected or the frits to Sept, rtb hr l (XrTTOlt UOvDfi. ladle*. Price Hoery Sheeting, .*7.. a ■ r*“« “ ... 66 (» t<* | .. .. .•*’.*■■<» fa fi .«6-l .......70 m 76 •• .£.16 fa lii D*ht .a;.at; fa 40 ■lurua*...27 to ill).30 fa K HLKACllK'i HUKKTIXO. Good Bleached bh*'. *inf.s#.,..55 ® $■; " “ •* .0-8.CJ fa 43 " " “ .6-1.70 S 76 Medium “ .JC.12) (at 6> Shirting..0L>7toit.33- fa 40 dxillixg. Hoary Drilling.90.65 «t» Medium ** .to...65 m ttl) OOTTOX y LA KM Li*. Ueary Cotton Flannel*...TO @ f o Medium “ *..67* 15 ptuipki* aunsTixo. Heavy Striped blurting...(2* 6* 7 > •* “ ** .27..... ...66 w «?’ Medium •• " .27.40 4j TICKIKO. HeavyTicking.,.67 75 Med mm “ .60* OOTTOX ADM. Heavy double and twist.86 @ 25 DUIMI, Heavy Denims.. ^ 7*, Medium ** ..46 ^ 66 CAMBRIC* AMD PUIHT*. Colored Cambric*.26 5l &> Boat Prints, .. ^’4,1 -iU 4 Medium “ .!!!!.!.’1*20 i® 3; DKLA1XB. DeLaines.. ® 32 CRASH. Crash......151 a 2*» BATTIK}, WADU1XU fcc. Cotton Ratting,per bale.00 fffi 215 Cotton Wadding,.45® 56© lb Cotton Warp.WO y jb Wicking, unbleached..1 25 \ 3) woo LUX ooodh. Kentucky Jeans.......70 ® r: SutiM'ii. 76 « Vi< Co ion Meltons .....80 to 112 All Wool do.112* (a, 125 Black L'nion Casilucres.100 u*j 126 B’ack all wool Cassimere*.1 25 (ft 1 76 Black Doeskins. 1 75 fe 2 &o Fancy DocsUitffc..150 (ft 3 0u Kepcdant, 0-4.... 2 00 (ft 2 60 WOOL PLAXMKLS. Blue Mixed Twilled Flannels.80 @87* Scarlet *• «« .. .70 (ft ft» Blue t* t* " t 75 £ wj White. pUln, •• . 60 (£ W> Printed «« .50 ^ 75 DAILY PRESS STOCK LIST. For the work ending So|t 7, 1864. COBIIKCTKD BY Ws. H. WouD ft So*, Stock and hachaugo Broker, Enchang.St., Portias* Description. far Vatu.- OITrr'd 1,1,.,/ Government#*. 1881,. jo*. ' Government 6-20 . ]j,j m Government 73-10. |02 m State of Maine Bonds. lno )«>| Portland City Bonds, prj Bath City Bonds.... lui 103 Bangor City Bonds, 20 yean,.. 101 |(<j Calais City Bonds.. 101 I03 Bank of 1 umberlaud,. 40 40 60 Caynl liauk, .1<X> 107 l-«9 Internationa! Bunk, (uew).100 104 106 Casco Bank. .100 108 11 > Merchant*’ Bank. . 76 79 si Manufacturers A Traders’ Bank, 60 61 63 Mo-hanicv* Bank.100 90 • 25 Portland Company,.100 6# 00 Portland Gaa Company. 50 61 66 1 Occau Iinsurance Company,. . luO 106 103 •At. k St. Lawrence It. It. 102 10#* j do. do do.. Bonds, .100 92 96 1 And. A Kennebee It.li..Stock. 100 OH 10 do. do. do.. Bonds,.. 100 9H 99 Maine Central R. R. Bonds. 35 m Androfeonte K. K. Stock.. &0 worthier. do. 1st Mortgage Bondi,. 75 Ken. & Portland It. K. Stock,. 100 worthless do. do. do., Bonds, loo 9., Portland A Forest Avenue K.lt.100 103 105 Portland Glass Company,... 100 none for sale Portland Shovel Manufac'g Co. 100 none for sale. Portland Steam Packet Co.,_100 none for gale Kiohardtou’s Wharf Co.100 90 10. Cape Elis. Wharf and it. 60 nominal. MISCELLANEOUS, i THE DAILY PRESS. CALORIC POWER JOB PRINTING OFFICE, N. A. FOSTER & CO., Proprietors, Fox Block, 82 1-2 Excnange St., POKTLAAD. HIE. Attention it reopen’fully Invited to our unrivalled facilities for executing in THE BEST STYLE OF THE ART, Every description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. Oar Establishment it ftirniehed with all the ap proved MODERN MACHINERY* And our collection of Book and Fancy Types Will bear favorable comparison with any establish ment in the city. Business and Professional Cards. iOf every variety, style aad cost, PRINTED AT SHORTEST NOTICE. Bill-lleud* Kuletl and Cut in (be Nfut. cat Manner. BLANKS AND BANK CHECKS’ Of every decription emeut.d in tho beet atyle. Hailroad, and other Corporation Work, done with prumptnew aud fidelity. INSVHAXCB POLICIES, HILLS US LADING, T1MK TA BI.KS, and sail aorta ol LEGAL DOCUMENTS, a! tkorl nol.ee. Braou, kepnrts, ltd ill Lindt of PuphitU, Pat up in superior style. Bronzed and Colored Labels For Apothecaries, Met chant*, and Fancy Dealers got up in the Dost style of the art. WeddinP- Cards, Notes qf Invitation, Visiting Cards, Lists qf 1 Miss es*, etc . etc., qf every variety and cost, furnished at short notice. LARGE POSTERS, Hand-bill*, Shop-bill*, Promt m iu ps. Ctrrnlnrs, And plain prluttag of every description. Also. Rule and Figure work, executed neatly, and on terms that cannot fall to satisfy. THE DAILY PRESS Printing Office ha* one of -toper’ improved Caloric Engine* for ao'.ive power, and is furnished with improved sod costly Presses—^Cylinder and Platen— from the most oe iebrated makers. We have iu con stant use one of HOE'S La HUE CYLINDER PRESSES, capable of throwing off 2500 Sheets an hour ; one of Adam's Power Presses—the best book pres* in the world; Adam's and Potter's Fast Machine JoL Pressest Ruggles’ su;»erior Card Pres: Adams’ and Union large Hand Presses, Standing Pros*e*. and. all tho machinery necessary for a well appointed jff.ee. The Daily press Job Office Is believed to be a* well tarnished ** any similar establishment in the State. Those fun-ding ordar from the country may rely ou receiving prompt attention. We ossecute a’l orders in the shortest possible time and in t ae qontmt and best manner. Wow ill do all kinds of printing as well and an promptly, and as cheap as any other establiehmen; fn tho City, County or State. Atf order* for Job Printing must be directed to the ?jaUy I've** Job OJlce, No. 82 J Exchange street, PfsrJand, Me. The Job Office is under the personal supervision of thesenlor proprietor, who is the CITV PRINT Efand is hlmsel? an experienced practical work m tn, aad employs only well-skilled mechanics in tk is department of his work. The Portland Daily Press, Tnelargest dally paper east of Boston, and having A larger circulation than all the other dailies in tbo «Jty combined, is published At the Office in Fox Block. 82 1-2 Exchange Shmeei, every morning— Sunday excepted, at 00 per snnum. THE MAINE STATE PRESS, The largest paper la New England, eight page*, is published every Wednesday, containing all the news by mail a*d telegraph, important reading matter. Marine List, Market Report*, Ire-, of the Daily Press,st the following prices, viz:— Slagle copy, one year, lavnrinbly la sdvaar*.1.12.00 Subscription* solicited. Agents wanted ini’rery town. Postmasters requested to act a* agents. N. A. FOSTER & Co., Peopiuetoes. Portland June 1, 18«4. dtf UAtUCd CUiUUKU 4x tu. COMMISSION MEKCIiANlB, IS L1BERT\ SQUARE, . . BOSTON Are proparjo .iitrr at «»Torut-', -stM, COLT - NEBS and 0U.KNC AIi.\o< Iv PIG IRON, Also, BAR, StltCH V, ? BOlLF.it PlSTR lROFt of Kr in;u and S«»U>h Munutac are. We shall# oi.‘iuii»*»« r<*c‘*iv»\ in addition to our American irick, a tjuIu- supply of ENGLISH. SCOTCH. A WELCH KIBE molill iNiiliiin PENS IONS \ ~ B OUNTIES 1 -▲■!> back: pay ; Are obtained for Wounded Soldiers (discharged) and the friends of deceased soldier# who are entitled to*b«j same by BVRON D. VF.RRILId, nt«r»rj lit Cooiellur, al X«. 117 Middle Street, -▲■!«—— Wnahinatatf™* IOt <kl1 the Department* at Portland, April 14,1864. »p25 e»d«m IWTCR* AT 1071 AL Fire Insurance Company ! i Qf a\ete Yor.vp Office 113 Broadway. CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000. WM. a WARMS, PraUdtnt HAMILTON BKl'CE, Vice President GSOKGE W. SAVAGE, Secretary. 'Portland Roar** <\f I’efrrmcea. John B. Brown & Sow, MitRaFY Flwtc iteu A Co. u J. Libby A Co. John Lynch A Co. UDder"j*ncd bavin* been appointed Ao*»« to ue.PSh"ey ior Compa y. i# now prep ffd ntei Q ro‘lcics on lumrablo Prope rty at cur out &m‘P<rrtkMd Offimt, 160 Fore Street. JOHN W. JM7NGEIL, AgcuL Jn ne8. mi .-dtf participation. Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company. Thi* Company will lime Police, to be free after t be paymeat ol six. orjrht or ten Premium, at the outtoe of the insured and at ratei a. low as an. ith„ , Company. Tln iuaeol free Policies read,it »t R ~*wa*t eqnal jl not superior to Rio pwrtici oaUon ipanle#. Ofliot? No. 102 Middle St. CHARLES JOLDEN,Pte9, I _ KD^iltD HUAW, soi. P«b 1« dfcw t) . I kiAiljROAB^. FOB CHICAGO, ifiiLWAUKIt. And *U W 01 **“ We‘t ucckeion timrc w Chicago, biualtoi, Aud all other points at tho WEST, SOUTH A NORTHWEST, Forsaie at tho roducod rates of fare at tho Union Ticket Office, 31 Ixchasge St,, XV. i>* Little, Agent. Junl“24dtf FOR THE WHITE MOUNTAINS, '* 'fldiTWi Montreal, Quebec, Niagara Falls, AND HE TURN. Excursion Tickets for sale at the REUUCEU RATES, By W. L> LITTLE, Agent,! UNION TICKET OFFICE, junekltf 81 Kxchauge street. Summer Tourist’s & Traveler’s Great Combination ol BXOURSIOXS! For the Season of 1864. Tickets Good to Return to November 1st. ws :aa«ri3g3 -t •.rj.-da.raah.kiftG GBAiYD lUllMi RAILWAY. F rom Portland. White .Mountains Montreal, Quebec, De troit, Chicago, U ilwaukic, Niugura Palls and return AT THEY LOW 11ATKS OF FARE. Only $10 to Chicago or Milwaukie, $25 out and return, via. Sarnia Line. To Chicago aud Return, all rail, $35, Also, to Do* ion, New York, upiht Hudson liner, Saratoga, Lake George. Returning from Niagara Falls either by Grand , frua.k Railway, or by the Koyal Mail Line through ! toe The maud Islands and Rapids of the bt. Law roDcu. American Money taken at Par lor Ticket*, Sleep ing cart- aud at Kelreshinent Saloons. Arrangements ha t’ been made with the Proprie tors ol the principal iloteL in MonarcaJ, Quebec aud 1 Detroit to take American Money ai par, charging New York Hotel price*. For Ticket* or iufjrmation apply to Aukmt ol Grand Trunk Railway. E. A*. DEAL 11, General Agent,279 Hroadway.N. Y . Wm k Low ana. La.- tern Agent, Dan gor. Jane 11.—d4w 30SE REDUCED RATES ! l.HPUKTANT TO 'I BA VLI.1KS -TO TUX West, North West& South West! W. I>. LITTLE. 18 Agent lor all the great leading routes to Chica go, Cincinnati, L.-veiaud, Detroit, Milw aukie, I Galena, Oskoeh, St. Paul, LaCrosse, Green Bay, i Quincy, bt. Louis, Louisville, lnriiananolis, Caho, etc., etc., and iv prepared to turuisn Tuuoiou | Ticket* from Portlanu to all the principal cities I and tow us in the loyal Males and Canadas, at the lowest rate* of tare, and ail neediul information . cbeerlUDy granted. Travelers will find it greatly to their advantage to ! procure their tickets at the j Union Ticket Otiicc, 31 Exchange Stric t, (U1‘ STAI11S,) W. I), lal 1' l liKf Agent, gaf* Passengers for California, by the Old Lin ; Mail Steamer and Panama Railroad, may be secured ; by eariv application at this office. I Ticket* to J/rmlrro/ aurf (Quebec and return (via the Grand Trunk Railway) itta} be obtained at tins agency on favorable term*. ma>26u* wtl * GitA^D THlsk RAILWAY Of Cnnada. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. I JMypyr: on and alter Monday, Juue 27, 1564, train* will run daily, (Sundays exoep •d) until further notion, a-* follows: Up Train*. Leave Portland lor '"land Pond, Montreal and I Quebec at 7.0d a. a and 1.25 P. *. Down Train*. i Leave Island Pond, for Portland. at e 30 a . *. and i 9 16 r. M. The Company are not responsible ior baggage to I any amount exceeding #60 in value, and that per sonal, unit*- notice is given, and paid for at the rate * Of one passenger for every #600 additional value. C. J URYDGEb. Managing Director. H. BAILEY, Superintendent Portland. Juue 25. 1564 nov6 PORTLAND A.M>AENNEBE( H.«. SPiUNG A SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 25. 1864 pnHBC Passenger trains lcav«*Skowhega» for *Sj|B3MSP©rt au-i and Boston, at 8 45 A M , Au i gub.a, 11.0 A. M and Hath 1*1" P. Sd. Augusta lor Portlanu ana Botflon at 6.Jo A. m , Bath G.3U A. M. Portland for Ba*h, Augusta. Watorville.Kendall '» Mills and Skowrliega v. at 1,10 P. M. Portland tor Bath and Augusta b 16 P. M. Passengers for cation* on the Ai. Iroscoggm Rail road will charke car • Brunswick. The l 10 M. train f om i'ortland connect* at KeudaU’s Mill* with Maine Central Railroad for Bangor, A c , arriving time evening. Stages leave Us.h lor Rockland at 9 A.M. and 3 I* M. Stages leave Augu-ta for Belfast at 4 P. M. stage* leave bkow began at 6 10 P. M for Anson, So.on.4c Through Tickets for all the stations on this and the Androscoggin Railroad, can bt> procurred in Boston at the Eastern or Boston and Maine station*. B H. CUSHMAN, Superintendent. ^Apri! U.1W4 . ap28 tf Vork A CuoiOerfiand Uailroud. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Tremor 0,1 and afler HONDA Y, April 1th., 1H64, trains will leave os follow*, until further notice: BIF iXKXl/ -* bsco River lor Portland at 5 45 "" "■ "'■(Freight Train with Passenger Cars) and 9.15 a. U-, and 3.30 p m. Leave Portland ior Saco River, 7.46 a. m. and 2.00 and 6.80 i*. .u. The 2.00 P M. train out, aud 5.45 a. m. train into Portland,wilibe freight trains with passenger car* attached Mage* connect at Saccarappa daily for South Windham, Windham Center and Great Falls. At Gorham for West Gorham, bUudisb. Steep Fall*, Baldwin, bebago, liridgton, lliram, Limiug ton, Coruisb, Denmarx, Brownfield Lovel, Frye burg. Con way, Bartlett, Albany, Jackson and Ea ton , N. H. At Buxton Center for West Buxton, Bouncy Ka* gie, South Limiugton, Umington and LiuicricV .At bac'i Hirer tri-weekly, lor Hollis, Limerick, Ofttipoc. Ncwdeld. Par»on*held, Effingnam, Free dom. Madison, rat on, C4»rn»sh, Porter. Ac Fares 5 cent* less when tickets ure purchased in the Office, than when paid in the Car*. DAN. CARPENTER. Supt. ( Portland April 7,1564. dtf | jqAIIUi fiaSIu JlXKAK> HACLJUPAU. SUMMER AiittANGEMKNT. “'[ Trains icavt Portland, Grand t runk iHtation, for Li-wistoc and Auburn, at For Bangor and in termed tan stations at 1.2£ f.m. RETURNING-!tave I.evMoa at C.SO A. M., and arrive in Portland at 8 30 a m. Leave Bangor at 7-30 a. M.,and arrive in Portland at J U> r M. Both these iraiw- connect at Portland with train? for Boston. Freight train leave* Portland at 8 am, and re* taking is due in Portland a: 1 v.m. Htagen connoct with trains at principal stations, daily for most of (He town* North said ka*t of this line. C. M MORSE, fiup’t. Water/illo, N •vembt'r. 1833. decl4 PORTIil>’l),SAC O# PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. SUMMER ARRANQRMKt,'T8 Commencing April 11th, 1864. jwnr PaH*eugor Train* will leave the Bta* tion, CuttAl street, daily, tSundays ox oeptedTa* follows : Leave Portland for Bo^on. at 8 46 A. M. and 8.66 P. M. Leave Boston for Portland at 7 30 a. m. and 3.06 r. m. L< ave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.00 a. m. and &.» r m. Those trains will take and Jcavo passengers at way station!!. Freight train? leave Portland and Boston daily. FRANCIS CHASE, Superintendent. Portland. Oct. 30.1863. oc31 odtf SdflCB. WE, the undersigned, haviugsold our Stock of Coal and Wood to M *ert. Rand'dl.McAUs (trfiVfe., do chcenully recommend them to our former customers. A I persons laving demands against us arc requested to pr< sent them tor sottk meat, and all j»er?oc* indebted to u* are requested to make immediate pugment at the old stand w here OOP ot the underaigBed bm^Im'Urn led for Un- pr^wnt. Portland, June 6,1,64 Junel3daw Coal and Wood! THE subscriber having pnrehneed tne block of Co*I au-1 Wood, and taken the stand recently occupied by Messrs ' nu xnr J Whilnru, bead of ‘Mine Wharf, are bow pn pared to ruppiy their former pation* and the public gendally, with a fine assortment of WKLL PlCKhU ASD 8CBKBNKP 014 Company Lrbigb. Sugar I,oat Lehieh. Ilazellon Lehigh, LociiM Mountain. , Ivbu’i, White and Red A«b, Diamond and Lorberry, Together with the beet quality of Cumberland Coal ! A Superior Coal for Blacksmith*. Also, Hard and Soft Vi t«id, Delivered to order In any part of the etty. The formor customers of Muerra. Sawyer &, Whit* Bey are respectfully invited to give us a call KAN DA I.X, MoALLISlEK k CO. Portland, June 18,1*04 —dfy S i. E A IVi BO ATS. - ---l-JL-1 Portland and Penobscot River, Summer Arrangement, 1864. rnusi.w, 8TAUNCH AND COMMODIOUS STEAMER LADY LANG, Built cxproAfly for this route, CAW. WILLIAM 11. UOIX, fXpTT Will commence her Summer Ar- i J.—;tii, _Bfat*mnmiBcul oil MOM DAY MituN Jqdc 6th, Leaving Bangor ev orjr Monday, Wednesday aua 1 riday Mornings, at 6 O’clock. Returning will leave Railroad Wharf, foot of Stale street, Portland, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evening*, at 10 o'clock, connecting with the Eastern, Bouton and Maim*, and Portland", Saoo and Portsmouth Railroads. from Bo*tou and Way ' Stations, leaving Boston at 3o‘c1ock, p. M. The Boat will touch at Rockland, Camden, Bel fast. Buckeport, Wiuterporr and Hampden, both ways. Pa mongers ticketed through to aud from Bouton, Lowell, Lawrence, Salem and Lyun. For more extended iniormation, apply to J. O. Kendriex, Bangor; tue local Agent* at the variou* landings; the Depot Master* of the p. a, a p., Eastern, aud B. fc M Railroad*; Abiel Somerby, Portland; Laug & De’auo, Bouton, or CilAS. SPEAR, General Agent. June 4.—iadtf Montreal OceanSteamship Co. m .jk One of the following flrst-cia** ^Jmb£ aftemtners of this Line viz-.—Peruvian, >Y r Uiberuia, North American, Jura. Bel giau, Nova Scotian, Moravian, Da ma-cut wi<i sail lroin Quebec, avaav Saturday Morning, lor Liverpool via Gond-maerry. Also the steamers St. David. St. George, St Andbbw. St. Patrick, tri monthly trom Quebec for Glasyyow. Prepaid and returu tickets issued at reduced rates. For passage apply to H. At a. ALL AN, Montreal, or to J L. FARMER, maylGdtf No. 10 Exchange street Portland. international Steamship Company. Eastport, Calais & St John. TWO TUI PS PEK WEEK. On and after Monday, March 28, the superior sea-going steamer new Brunswick, capt. e. b. _Winchester, will leave Railroad Wumri. iuo. oi State Street, every Mouday at ( o’clock P. M.. aud the Steamer NEW ENGLAND Capt. E. Field, every Thursday at 6 o’clock P. M., for Gastport aud St. John, N. B , counecting at East pen with steamer Queen, for Robinson, bt. An drews aud Calais, and with Stage coaches lor Ma chias, and at at. John with steamer# lor Freder ictou aud wiiU steamer Km» eror lor Digby Wind sor aud Halifax, and with the L. A N . A Railroad for Shediac aud all way station* 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 Clerk on board Steamers Freight reouivud Ull 4 u’oiockp. M , Moudaya and i uur&days J C.C. EATON, Agent. Portland and Button Line. the stkamkrb Forest City, Lewiston and Montreal f farther notice, ran si i Atlantic Wharf, Portland, every ^17, Tuttdir, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.aKo clock P. 11.. and India Wharf, Boston, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, at 7 o’clock P. II. Fare in Cabin...12.00 Freight taken as usual. The Company are not responsible for baggage tc any amount exceeding 860 In value, and that person al, unices notice is given and paid for at the rate ©j , one uat-s- nger for every 8600 additional value. Fep.18, 1663. iltf L. BILLINGS. Agent. Portlitnd and New l'ork Steamers SEMI-WEEKLY LINK. The «rlradid and (aat StoamablDi "LOCI SI roINT," Capt .WiLi.rrT ■and - POTOMAC,” Captaiu Shed, ! 1 , ,,-I wood, will,until further notion, rai ; L i follow. Learn Brown. Wharf, Portland, oycit WEDNE8 DAT, and SATURDAY, at IP. M., and leave Piei 9 North Elver. New York, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY', at 3 o'clock, P.M. Thsec vsmela are fitted up with flneaocommodaUoni for papswneer.. making this the must speedy, safe and com!, ruble route tor travellers between New Tori and Maine. Passage *7,00, Inoladin* Fare and SUt. I Rooms. Goods forwarded by tfcis line to and from Montreal Sioebee, Bangor, Batb, Augusta, Eastpcrt and St onn I Shippers are requtvted to send their freight to tb. Steamers asearly as 8 P. M., on tbe day that tbei leave Portland. ■ For freight or passage apply to EMERY k KOI Brown . Wharf, Portland. H. B. CROMWELL k CO„ No. 86 West Street now York. Deo 6,1861. 4tf | FOR SALE & TO LET. House and Lot No* 31 Danlonh St- Foi Sale. 4^“*- Tbe two and a hilf storied wooden dwelln^ £ ;:i House and lot, No 31 UAnforth St , contain ^,-sk.ii-g ton good sized rooms, with a bathin'* r* om—piped fur g*s throughout—a furnace tbAt will best every part of tbe bouse. Cistern lor rair j water and u never failing well ©f dr uking water Copper pumps, 4o. On the preiu *e* ar* a good 1 barn and sheds. The lot is about.136 by 44 fot t. I h« j liouM cau be examined an . day Irorn 10 A M. till C P M.. by calling «hi the subset er who will luruisl particulars audterms >f sale. J K BKAZILR. Ocean Insurance Company Building. No. 37 Exchange St. _Aug^3—dtf House and Hou.m* Lota For8**ley Located in Westbrook, about flv« minutes walk from the Horse Can at Wood lord’s corner. AUo. if»e pleasantly located twt «tor\ Dwelling Uouae and Lot, re cently oecnpiod by Mr. J. C. Bemick. Tbalot con tain* about two acres, and is one 01 the does! 1-joa tions for a genteel residence to be found in tbe sub urbs of Portland, being je*-* titan two utiles from tut ' Portland l'oat Oilioe, ana commands a fiat view o tlie city. For further particulars call on th*- undersigned a 218 Fore Street, corner Luton St nee. JyMdtf BLEU8 DUNUAM Dwt-lliHg Hou-.tr lor Hale. mA two story dwell.ng house ou Congress St. nearly opposite the castellated Villa of S. L Carlton, E«q., and ou the line of the liorsc nauroad. Inis home contains lburtrtn fiaiahec aud is well adapted to accommodate two families with separate out buiidiugs, stable, 4c , and a trel i of a;or in the yard. A large part of the purcha*. money cau lay ou mortgage if dtsirtd This propcity will u- ofl-red at Auction on the fir. of August, it not sold before. ALLEN HAINES Portland, July 21, 1864. Prevision Store for *nle. THE Stock and fixtures of a Provision Storg laroraMy located in a thriving manufacturing ; Town, oh the Hue of R K.. a few miles from Port land. This is a good chance for a party with a *nial capital. Expenses small, rent only five dollars a month. Will be sold lyw for ea*tw-chsnge oi busi muy» cause of sale. Present quota of ihu tow n to U tilled by enlistments, call ou or addles* immsdl alt If O W BURNHAM International lioumc, Portland Me. Aug. 23.1864 -dif i J - ' ~~ .... * :tu<i on i ri'c strc-fi for Sale. flUlK valuable real estate uu Frau itrtvt. knowu ! X a- the "Furbish property •» The lot is abopt UK feet on F re« street and ex tends back about 174 U** 8ai«t r*tei*‘ will be sold as a w hole, or the (easterly ‘ half of the awJljujj house, with lot about 40 by 17l > foot, will be sold by »i£#df Application may be mad. to James Furbish, £aq on Us- premises, or to I4.uk i; JAChoO.N, julvldu £0 Lxehauge street. rami for bale. ilSS^IHBSlSi Pleasantly situated in Windham.on the road leading from Gray to Gor ham, eon (ahuii g fifty acres, suita bly divided into tillage, pasture _ _ ___ and woodland The buudjugs are a pood rtorv and a halt house with convenient o-i buildings. Terms e*»y. For further particularsap* ply to. A. U. Pubinotok, hul'8 w4w* Fast Winditam. For Sale. A SQUARE block of land, of about "£000 acres ot wood land, on the south side of the tWcr 8t Lawnoioe. in Canada East It is iuterceedcd by two considerable rivers with eligible Mi.I sits. Well wooded with ©very description ot timber, such as nine and spruoe in large quantities, and maple, berch, booth, tamarac ana bass w»~d t< any amount. Enquire of U. T. MACHIN, ''urflaud Portland. Fob. 1864. feb&eodtf For Sale. CLIFF COTTAGE, containing over iO roomsjarge stable aud sheds—situated two and one-half rallos from Portland, and the tlr.es* situation in Cape Elizabeth for a wa* tt-ring place, and summer boarders. F*or particular; onqnir»ot GKO. OWEN, dp?dtf 101 Commercial Street. Portland. For Sale. ONE half the three stor; brick Block, situatedi.'U Congress 8t., uear tfa* head < r Park 8t.. one ol ! the most desirable kcatioia in thecitv For par* I ticu ars on .ulre of Mr. S. C. Chase or C. C. Telman ! atF A. Howard’s under Lancaster Hail. Aug 8—dlui* For Sale. A TWO afory House and Lot, situated on Port* land strut*. with .Stable aud olherout buddings. Also two adjoining lots containing ©bout eight thousand square tE>quirp of N SIEVENb, No.47 Portlaud street. UmcHdti House For Sale. A TWO story wooden house. No 18 Adams street, 11 &al>ue;l rooms, convenient (or two Umile ., plenty of (too. wsujf. For particulars Inquire ol B J. WILLARD Portland, lisy 14,1864. mavUeodtf To Ls»l. FIOUR Offices single or in suites, over Stores Roe. iUt and 154 Exchange Street, opposite the Inter national Uou»o. Apply oo the premises to Jy4 dtf A. L. BROWN. To Lei. STORE now oconpied by ns. Possession given Immediately. Also, a Front Oiiloein Hanson Block, lanSdtf HJLlBltRYACO. To Let. T0F. store now ooenpied by E. E. Little, under ; llecbanic Hall. Enquire of 0. P. KIMBaLL, anetti Preble Street. To Lot. ONE STORE In Galt's Block. Apply to H. T. MACHIN. ap'JS dtf MEDICAL. I The World’i Great Remedy -FOB Dyspepsia and Indigestion ! , AMD ALL I> i s o a n e n OF TH* STOMACH AND BOWELS Prejjared by the Proprietors of “Coe's Cough Balsam,*1 Dygjxptia is not only thcsure forerunner of d eat Ii but the companion of aiu sera Lie life. It has well been called me Nation's scourge; for more persons, both old and young, mile and lemale, suffer from its ravages, thau from all o her ajlm« nts combined. It robs tue whole system of in* vigor and energy, give* weariness and total indisposition to those once strong atdactive: renders tlie stomach powerless to digest the food, and has lor its attendants, Headache, Heartburn, Constipation, Sausca at Stomach, and General Debility of the whole System, refhsiog its subjects a particle of nourishment or hearty food, wi.hout paying the penalty in the most agonizing distress, and oftentimes complete prostra tion. Tom et i he terrible ravages of this worst of all dbeasos, 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—uot in a month—nor in a week—but you shall see its beneficial influence at once imme diately, and the day you take it. To you w ho have lived tor years upon Graham Bread and plain diet, who dare not eat any thing the least-wise hearty— ; first, because the Doctor nas ordered the plainest j food, aud secondly for tear the distress It causes— ! rising and souring on your stomach, w esay sit down to your dinner, eat as hearty a meal as you wish, and as soon as the food begins to distress you, fol i low it by a single teaspooulul of COE’S DYSPEPSIA CURE! AMP IT WILL Tt i* ^ i ■ikciicrc iuu iu8ia.nbaneousjy. thus enabling you, by hearty eating. and the use of the cure after each u\gal. (as often as the food dis tresses j ou, or. uure on your stomach,) j ou will get iua very few days so that you can do without the medicine, except occasionally, and by the time the first bottle is used up, we will guarautee you free from Dyspepsia, and able to eat. digeet and enjoy I as beariy a break iast as you ever sit down to in i our healthiest hours, and we will forfeit to you tbe prior ol the bottle, upon your shewing that our statement is not correct. The medicioe is powerful but harmless, and whllat a single teasuoouftil will at once relieve tbe dysteD ticsufferer, the whole bottle would not materially injure him, as it is entirely vegetable and contains no opiate* Alt classes or disease that havetheir ori gin IU s disordered stomach and bowels, ars dispel led in the same instantaneous way, by the use of COE’S DYSPEPSIA CURE 1 ferer and Ague, Side-Headache, Sickness at the Stginnch,Constipation, Heartburn,Colic Paint in Stomach ar limedt, Dysentery, Vomit ing, a feeling of Faintness und Utsti tmle, (rant of Appetite, will not and cannot exist where the care le used — It reiuovue the disease cy leinoviug tho cause nut like Alcoholic Billers which cover up your bud leel lugs fora few moments by theireabilaratingeffecti beware olsnch r emeu toe or beverages, but iu tbsir place use a remedy that will restore tbe diseased tunctions to their normal condition, and set in mo tiou tbe entile human meebauism m perfect bar 1 mouy, and upon principles synonymous with well defined physologwal laws, lhatsuch will he the ef feet of COES DYSPEPSIA CURE • immediately ami in«tantaneou*ljr. we pledge o«r woid ai- meii of honor—oar reputation aa 1‘harmaco uiiaU—our lavorable acquaintance witl^hv people as prop.-ietoiaol tin Wond renowned • xot'i (.ouuh BtiJaom," il it ia u.ed according to our direction* which inay be found witii taco bottle. We add below iuiuo leatimouiala from our neigh bor* anu townsmen, to which we a*k your caretul attention. TESTIMONIALS. From the Pastor of the Methodist K. Chore*, Mad ison, Coon. I have used Coe's Dyspepsia Cur* in my family and cau wil.iugly tc-siny to iis value is a mealwuc U«>av liiDWAXo,Pastor M EChurch. Madison, Conn .June aUlh, IS04. A Voice from home through our Cstg Papers. Sew Haven, Conu , June is. imh Messrs Editors — Allow me, through your col umns. lo acknowledge my gratitude lor in. benefit 1 have recei.ed ir.-rn the use of coe a Dyaptp.it Cure. Althougnl waa a great sufferer irum Dyspepsia the first dose gave instant nnef and ore ounic has enabled me to eat any thing 1 please, without pain I have now stopped using the medicine as I no longer need it. fauius bvasi. Madison, Conu . June SO, ISM. r rum the benefit ueriveo by the use of Coe's Dys pepsia Cure in my family, I am prepared to say that 1 never intend to be without it and advise all who are a diluted with Dyspepsia to try it. Puilakpub Lawia. Mr Coe —The bottle oi Coe's Dyspepsia Cure y ou gave me has backed up your statement eoupgrniug it. I hate only used half a ooltle, and sau eat pine apple shortcake or anything ul e without trouble f I acta like a charm. The relief it afiorm ia iuatan . tsneoxs. J ask A. Lo wait, how iiavnn, June 18, ls64. jhose a bo knots my»om.tifufion. ahat my condi tion has been lor lo# Ix-t thirty yeast, win holier* with me that a mcd.c.ut- that will reach my case m ill reach almost any oue. Coe's Dy.p*p,|, Cur* has enab.i d me to eat auytbiug 1 please, and it very e.-blom 1 now- have to use the aiedieju*. It relieved me in ku ijistant wlrvu 1 was iu great cam My whole system it bfio* streugihened by its use Aa* K. Bao-.ott. New Haven, Junefc, 186*. I in oriant to Travelers. While journeying 0n the car*, my stomach be came Lediy deranged, causing severs pain lu my head. Had it base in tftp water It would have been called soa-aickness A lady sitting bv mo knowing uiy con.iillon, leached out a bolf„ sbyiur "take a swallow." I did so and in lorn than Ore minutes my trouble was ended. The uicoiciae was "foe's Dyspepsia Cure," and Hun* the effect it had ' ui~.i th, kriomacli, and what I hats learned or it since. I ihiok D mpsl be an excellent rtmedy for Boa sickness and Dyspepsia ... . a . *fcs SA¥i:jc;.nBLD. Madison, June Suth, ISM. „ „ ... *•* Daves, June fflth, IMS Messrs. C. O. Clark A Co — i.'ntWs:— 1 desire | to mako %ac*'D the almost iu«Uutaiieou< utfoou of “t oe * Uy»p«jMiiii k. utt), ' jji cittn of cholera morbus . 1 had been lor tweuty foar tears barging at the stomach and bowels, every fl/tecn minutes i went into your drug store to procure some branor. as"] hsd always been to d that It was a good remedy lor I Dysentery. My paliid face and my weakness at ! once ati. Sated ti\b attention ol the clerk ia eha-ge and he asked uie as ungp west is the matter?" I i replied: "1 have been tortw’enwy fonr hours vomit i lag and purging, aud I am unable to eos.u gr walk ! from weakuess. and this deadly siokDessat my sthio ache mpiete.y prostraies me.' lie produced a bot ; tie af Coe's Dyspepsia Cure, saying, "takes large I swallow uf flmt; it is now 11 o'clock; taken another ail-r dinner kroin the moment 1 took that yrs? dose of the I medicine niy sickuess at stomach was gun.-it; e^eot , was instantaneous In an hour 1 eat my dinner wi'b : ps good s relish as ever huugry man partook, (as 1 j wa. woll cleared oat of food.) and followed by a teaspoouful of c^rr 1 have not suffered a particle ; ol iucouvenienee since! tool: the remedy. lu action was so w udertul Sun so immediate that I could harjly bell-re the evidences of my own senses and 1 desire to put licly make known these fuels, that the whole world msv avail themselves of its use Use bread, !< thould lud a plaoo in every one's house, and 1 hulievt tfai no one should go away from home without a bottle 6f it t„ hij pocket or where it O'Uld b- quickly made available * Truly yours, UKO. L DRaKK. Ons qf the Ivonty-Jtve. Bew liav eu. July lltb, 1864.T Mr. Co*—Air —Having {men froubled with the Dyspep-is for some eight or twelve mouths 1 have taken the usual kiudeof mediclui a. which have dons me do good. 1 saw your slveriisomeut of a aieol eine to sure tbs Dyspepsia. 1 htve tried it, and found It to be Tun nuMiuiug The prst 15 drops (the 7th of Juue.) that 1 took, relieved me yn ons minute. I hare taken it three or four times, but have bad no distressing ieolibg in my stomach since taking the first 16 drops; all hough before. I could not eat a meal, end sometimes no more than three or four molltliftpis 'f os.oi.1 dyatrcaaiug me. Me pect.u,ly, J. J WOODRUFF. New liaveu. Junciuo. (Sot Ms Co*—Dear Sir:—The bottle of Dyspepsia 1 Mediolne I recr vel from you. gave Instantaneous relief. 1 only i ted it when my rood distressed me. It was about like usklug two doses to-day, one to rn orrow, tneu every other day, inereasiug the quan tity nt lopd and decreasing me mednline.uutlll was enabled to eat without taking anything at ell My case was an extreme ons. having suffered for seven I years. 1 now eoasider mysell cured, and by using only one bottle of medicine in tbe spaoe of two mouths. The dose wa* a teaspoon Ail Kli.xm 8. Allxe. 8old by Druggists in elty and oountry, eyery where. ‘ Price *1.00 per Bottle. Orders by mail, from either dealers or oonsumort, promptly attended to. C. G. CLARK A CO. K’koittaie Druppists, Xttc Haven. Conn., Proprietors. Boldin Portland by W. F. Phillips. H. H May, and all other dealers. »ar»hHeodly*4 medical. ~ ' jmrtA+v i - DR. J- It. HUGHES OAK BB BtlCBD AT HI* PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS I No. 5 Temple Street, WHERE he cm be eoasulted piivateiy.aad with the utmost couttdcnee by the aoiicted, at ail i boars daily, from It A to 9 r. li Hr. 11. addresses those who are sufl.nng under the affliction of private di>es*e, wtiet.nr arising from impure connection orlhe terrible vice ot serf-abuse. Devoting his entire time to that particular branch of the medical profession, he ftel* warranted iu Guar AHTBXTV0 A CORK IK ALL CAMP, W liether OliOB; standing or recently contracted, entirely reraovin the dregs of disease from the system, and making perfect and PERMANENT CURE. He would call the attention of the afflicted to t i fact of his long standing and well earned reputation, furnishing sufficient aecorasce of Lda skill and rue OOM. CAUTION TO THE rUBLIC. Kv.rjr intelligent and thinking person must know that remedies Landed out from general use “Uou o have their efficacy established by well-tested expe rience in the hands of a regularly educated physi cian . whose preparatory study tits him for ail the duties he must fulfill; yet the country is flooded with poor nostrums and cure-alls, purporting tw be the best in the world, which are not only useless, but al ways injurious. The unfortunate should be raxtio jlab in selecting his physician, as it is a lamentable ye< incontrovertible fact that mtny syphilitic ap tiei*** are made miserable with ruined constitutions by maltreatment from Inexperienced physicians in general practice; for it D a point generally conceded by the best «?yphilographers. that the study and man agement of these complaints should engross the ! whole time of those who would be competent and sucoessfhl in their treatment and cure. The inex perieneed general practitioner, having neither op portunity uor time to make himself acquainted with their pathology, commonly pusrues one system of treatment, in mom cases making an UdisoiiminaU use of that antiquated tad dangerous weapon, Her 1 #mry- _ HAVE CONFIDENCE. All who have committed ao cxccm of aay kind, whether it be the solitary vice of yoath, or the slink ing rebuke of misplaoed -onfideuce la matarer years. SEEK FOR AX ANTIDOT IN REASON. The Paine and Aches, and Lassitude and Narrow Prostration that may follow impute Coition, are tho Barometer to the whole syntein. Do not wait for the consummation that 1s sore to fol low, do not wait for Unsightly Ulcers, for Disabled Limbs, for Low of Beaaty and Complexion. BOW SI ANR THOUSANDS CAN TR8TIFT TO THIS ST UNHAPPY EXPERIENCE. Young Hen troubled with emissions In sleep, a ! complaint generally the result of a had habit in youth, treated soienUtealijr, and a perfest ourc war ■ ranted or no charge mode. Hardly a day passes bat we are consulted by one or more young men with the ebove dlseeae. some oi ' whom are aa weak anil emaciated as though the) had the consumption, and bv their friends supposed to have it. All each c tees yield to the proper and only correct oourse of treatment, and In a abort time ore made to raloloe la perftet health. MIDDLE AGED There are many men at toe a*,v v. .... .« »boart troubled with too frequent evacuations from the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting of horning sensation, and weakening the system in • manner the patient cannot account for. Ov exam ining urinary deposits a ropy sedimeut will often b< • found, and sometimes small particle* of semen oi albumen will appear, or the color will bo of a this milkish hue, again changing to a dark and turbid ' appearance. Thera are many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which is the SECOND STAGE OF SEMINAL WEAKNESS. I can warrant a perfect cure iu such cases, and • ! foil and healthy restoration of the urinary organs. Persons whoeannot personally consult the Dr. can do so by writing in a plain manner a description of their disease, ami the appropriate remedies will be forwarded immediately. All correspond®nee strictly confidential and will he returned If desired. Address, DR. J. B HUGHES, Ho. 6 Temple St., (oorner of Middle] Portland i 0T~&ead Stamp for circular. Eclectic Medical Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. DK.HCGHRS piitteiliilrIitI!millU41e«*li Deed e mudicel edviaer, to sail at hie room., No (TempleStreet, which they will tad knengedfot their especial accommodation. Dr. H.’s Eclectic Renovating Medicinesareunrtvai led in efficacy and superior virtue in regulating all ; Female Irregularities Their action is specific and : certain of producing relief in a short time. *wADIK8 will find it invaluable in all cases of Qb •tractions after all other remedies have been tried tc vain. It Is purely vegetable, containing nothing in the least injurious to the health, and may be taken with perfect safety at all tinted 8ect to any part of the ooanti7 with fell direction* by addressing DR. HUGHES. Mo. ft Temple Street, corner of Middle, Portland. M. B.—LADIES desiring may oontul t one of their own sex. A lady of experience in oonstant attend anas. I&nldfcwly Female STRENGTHENING CORDIAL. This Medicine is of long tried efficacy for correct ing all disorders incidental to the feminine sex. That the afflicted may feel assured that this Cordial is truly valuable and worthy their conn deuce, - not oue of those secret compounds purposed to destroy ! healthy notion, 1 add a few testimonials from ptiys ! icians wnom all. favoring the Electric and Reformed Practice o> Medicine. respect. DR. WILLARD C. CRoRliE,formerly Professor in the Worcester Medical College, sud President of the Elcclrio Medical bociety, Mass., speaks oi it in the following terms: "1 have used the Female Strengthening (\>rdia similar to that preparation by DK. GEO W 8WETT. 106 uanover Street, and I regard it as one of the best Medicines for Female Complaints that nan be found." DK. J. htkiG, Aytbor of" Woman: Her Dis eases and their Treattnaoi, ’ »?y« "This Medici ns appears to exe«4 a ipepific influ ence on the Uterus. It is a valaable agent in aii de rangement* of the Female Reproductive • gans.'* DK. 8MITU. President of the Now I rk Asso ciation of Botanic Physicians, says: '* No Femafe. if in delicate health, shoud omit the timely use of this valuable Cordial. 1 owe much oi my suooess in midwifery to the use q{ this Medi cine.” MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADLE* .* The following from Dr. FAT is worthy your nc tloe: “ Asa general remedy for Female Complaints this ' Cosdigl is a very valuable one. but by the Profes sion it Uestcemt* mb™ highly for its good result during Confinement in relieving the great suffering attendant upon childbirth. 1 acknowledge with Dr Smith that much of my succesr in midwifery is due to the use o! this medicine It strengthens both mother and child. In each cases 1 follow the Ui reitipn# of Prof King, by allowing my patients to use If a (bw greets previous to eonfln-ment. as by Die energy U iotpas-ts to the uterine nervous system the labor will be very mc«h feciLiaied. apd removes the scrap* which many females are iiaole to. No woman .if she knew the great value of this Strength I cning cordial would taJltowse it." I have received numerous testimonials from diff ' ejeai parts of the country where used. Knowing the good it u capable of doing, I w 11 warrant every i bottle oi *>y M CurdipJ" tp J;# s<*risiactorj in its re sults. The ioilowing symptoms indicate kbo*c aa’ee41oL« in which the Female String t hen in y Cortliai ha« 1 proved invaluable: Indisposition to Exertion. Wakeftiiness, Uueas; nes*, Depression of bpints, Trembling. Loss of I Flaaluug of I*.*;., hiragying Senaatlou at the Lower Part of the Body. HAmacnc. Ljnruor. Act • lag Along the thigh*. Intolerance ol iugut and 8ouad, Pale Countenance, Derange Burnt ot ihe Stomach and Bowel*. Dilhcult Breathing, Uyatertn. ■ It u . gpeoloe remedy in all Uterine Dlaeaaea. Cbloreeta ot Ufarp Siean.y,. Irregularity. Painful new. Profuao or Sepp.eaaloii or iy„,»ari Dia cliaigaa. Leucorrha* or White*. Scirrhua or Uleer ate State ot the Uterua, Sterility, be No better Tonic can poadbly he put up than tb'a. and uone leaa likely to do harm, and it ta compoard | wholly of vegetabl* agenta, and auch a« wa hate : kn.un to dp jilu.Me and have uaed for many I yean. PRICE, One Dollar Per Bottle, or ui butiica (hr at. Should rour druggiat not have it, aentl directly to ua, end when an bottlee or more are ordered we will pay ill egpenaea, end have it aecutrly packed from obauraettn*, Be anre and get mat preeatmi a. the New England , Botaala Depot. Iu4 Uanorer St. boato*. t*EO W. SWEPT, kl. D . Proprietor. II. H. HAY, Agent, Portlaud. meh3 oodem ; 'in -.in STATEMENT G? TBB .Etna luMurance Company, OF HARTFORD. CONN., , Ob the lit day of November, A. D. 1303. a* required W Uw Lasra jf the State of Maine. rhe Oapital Stock la...Bl.NJO.OOO and with the turpi ut it rum! id atfollowt: Real eatate, unincumbered, *S7,h63 18 . Caail ill hind, on depoait, and in agent*' h*nda, " 318.960 C8 ' United State* Stoeka, 618,347 CO Stato and City 8tocka, and Town Bondi, ate. t6u to Bank and Truat Company Stoeka, I,ti47,370 (0 Mortgage Bonda, 331,W0 C<> | AUattio Mjteal In*. Co'a ecrip, 1803-3, 16,880 60 Total Ainw. 03,026,879 78 I Amount ef Liabilitiea tor Loeaea uot due or adjuatod, <176 411 M i Amount at riak. ciUmated, 116,618 479 (r THOS. A. ALEXANDER, PreaUaat. Lrct"t> J. UaBuaa, Secretary. Hartford, Hop. 7, 1803. J. C. CHURCHILL, Agent, Mo. y Iron Mooli, Port (and Pier. doo6 atr HKpiuovhI. AVIN0 removed from my old atand to the 1 store No. 91, Commercial atreet. and aaaceiuted | mvaelf In buaineaa with Mr. llenry Elmir. 1 would i Wke tin* opportunity to thank myeuttouierafor part t favo-a, *ud would rce.avliaolioit their future c patronage ol the lirm of Fliug A Wnittemuie STEPHEN WUITTCMORR. Portland, July 8th, 1804, July 12d4w Co|anrtiu,*'!»is*l* Notice. The usdcralgncd have thia day formed a (’opart nerahlp under the name and atyle of Fling A Whittemore. and have taken the atore formerly oo- i eopi'd bv Henry Fiiug, No. 91, Commercial atreet, F where they intend deing a Commiaajon aud Whole- s ■ ale buaincaa. In real, Tobacoo, W. 1 tiooda, tiro- li ceric* and Provialoaa. , HENRY FI.lNti. a STEPHEN WHITTEMORE. a Portland July 1.1804 dtf T NOW 18 THE TIME TO (*B TBB BROCKSIEPRR'SGAS REGULATOR. U MOW AMD MU AW, Agmt Aug 6—d la MEDICAL. __ — V* mma* . t Mm rrr —^ Howl News lor the CBfortuii.'l*. Ttl LoUO SO0O3T VO* DISCOVERED AT LAST. Cherokee Remedy -A no CUE ROM f!K INJECTION. CUltroUnDICD IKON BOOTS, basks akd lbatks CHEROKEE REMEDY, the great ndian Dlu Stic, cures all ili “eases of the L'rin .ry a rail., .ucL a. Incontinence of the Urine, lndamation of the i Kidneys,Stone in the Bladder,Stricture, Gravel, Gleet, Gonorrhea, and it especially recommended in those oases of Fluor Aibtu, I or Whiles in Females! where all the old nauseous medicines have failed. It U prepared In a highly concentrated form, the dose only being from one to two teaspoonfttls thrm timet per day. It is diuretic and alterative in its action; purifying and cleansing the blood, causing it to flu w in all itr original purity and vigor; thus removing fromttu system alt pernicious causes which have induced dis ease. CHEROKEE IFJKCTIOS it intended at an all; or assistant to the CHEROKEE REMEDY, an should he used in ounjouction with thet medicine In ail caaesof Honnrrhta, l/tert, Fluor Albuior H'kitsi Its effects are healing, soothing and demuiesnt; re moving ell scalding, beat, choadee and pain, instead of the burning and alulocl unendurable pain that is experienced with nearly ail the cotap ynaci lions. Hf the useof the CHEROKEE REMED Y »»<* c.UERooKE (SiJECTiOS— the two medicines at the some time—ail improper discharges are remoiee and the weakened organs art speedily restored te tall vigor end strength. For fail particulars gel pgr pamphlet from any drug store in the country, or write as and we wilt mail free to any address, a full treatise. Fries, CHEROKEE REM ED I, n per bottls. o> three bottles for M. Price, CHKROERR IHJECTIOM, gfl per bo < or three bottles for tfl. Bent by Express to any address on receipt of tin price. Bold by ell druggists, every when. UR. W. R. M ERWIN A. Co., toil FkurniBTona, Do. W Liberty at., Now fork. Cherokee Cure! THI SHUT INDIAN MEDICINE, COMPOUNDED PRoM ROOT*, BARRS AMU LEAVE** An unfailing core for Spermatorrhea, Semina Weakness, Nocturnal Kmissions, and all diseases caused by self polutton ; such as Loss of Memory i Universal Lassitude. Pains in the Back, Dimsonsol • Vision, Premature old Age, Weak Nerves. Difficulty of Breathing. Trembling, Wakefulness. Eruption) OB the Face. Pale Countenance, Insanity. Consump tion, and all the direful complaints eansed by de parting from the path of nature. This modicine is a simple vegetable extract, and one on which all can rely, as it has been used in oui practice for many years, and. with thousands treated it has cot failed in a single instance. Its cnrmtivi powers have been sufficient to gain victory over tin most stubborn case. To those who have trilled with their eosksiUuUoi until they think themselves beyond the reach o: medical aid. we would say. Dtspair net! the CHER OEEE CVRE will restore you to health and rigor and after all qua«k doctors hare foiled. >or full particulars get a cheulAr from any Draj •tore iu the country, or write the Froprtocors, wh% will mail free to aay one desiring the same a foil treatise in paznphlet form. Price. 92 per bottle, wr three bottles for M. and forwarded by eapreee to all parts of ths world. Sold by all respectable druggists everywhere. DB. w. a. M ERWIN k Ce., SOLE PROPBISTORi. fobs eodAwly No. 5» Liberty St.. New Turk. CATARRH ! — AMP NOISES IN THE HEAT) 1 I CDMEU BT UHALIXS -A. Harmless Fluid, or acrekahm: odor. NO VIOLENT SYKINOINO Of t hr lIe«S. the sense or Taste and smell rkstouei. DH. K. UOODALE'8 CATARRH REMEDY. Dr liootjaie ha* combatted Catarrh until he ha* fought it down. It ba* been a long war. but hi* tri umph i* complete, through all cow log time hie I'a tarrh Remedy will be koowu a* the only oae auti Jote for a disease which »aj*erdciall*ta bate declar ed incurable. Cata-rl. doctor*, so called, tpriag ap like mushroom an »JI aides. The object of the*, pocket practitioner* i* m.ieey. They use deagerou. instrument*. Tbcir violent maaipalatluna Irritate the already inflamed membrau*. They ne.er cure Dr. tioodilt'i treatment I* medicinal. Dot mechasu cal. He doe* not believe Iu the force-pump system, which 1» working .a much mischief Hu remedy pa*«e* through the absorbeut*. to Ibe .eat of the dia ea^, and obliterate* It. It doc* not rslk-t. merely for a day. but for ail time. Lastly, it coals a dollar a bottle—ao more. Ur. UtHtyi qf Auburn X. T. After having witnessed the efispts of Ud# Remedy in Catarrh, thus speak* of it:-It i» truly and an conditionally a Ue<culean hpecids lor the • hole die ease. Such an article ought not to be “hid under u bushel. ’ and any man who can invent so truly uc efficient and positive a remedy for mich a loathsome di*w. udgfet to be f onyider? d ope of the benefac tors ot hi* race, and hi* n*me aud the carets ol his skill pi rpetasted. Your* respect full v, D. L DODGE. A. M. Plinp ifilet, the wtil-Jcnoten Traveller, And whose family physician Dr Goodals was for many years, savs—“If Dr Gcodale says he can sure Cateriii. lie tap pure it/* kp. Price tl S*nd a stamp tor a pamphlet. Dr R G»>oD ALE'h Office and Depot , 74, lileeker ^reet. one door west ot Broadway, &«vv Tojk. 11. II. Hay Agent for Portland. June 2d. 1868. JuneWly SffhOHog GsyuhaL't OfFtca. I Wishing!* ut ily, June*i. i$64. j WANTED— Surgemi and Militant caryeou* for the Colored Troop*—Candidates must be Graduate* of some Regular Medical College, and must be examined by a Board ot Medical Officers to be oonreued by t)je hurgcop Genera! Th# Board will determine whet t er the candidate wUl be ap pointed Surgeon or Assistant Surgeon, according to morit Application* accompanied by oue or more test rnonial* from respectable persons, as to moral character, Ac.. should te addressed to the Surgeon Genernl. U. 8. A., Washington, V C* , or to the As distant hurgeou General, |L R. A., Louisville Ky. Board* an* uow in session at Boston. New York. Washington, Cincinnati, St. Louis, and New Or leans. Also wauted. Hospital 8tew*rds for Colored Reg iments. Candidate* muss poa**** a lair English Ed ucation, and be familiar with the compounding and dispensing of Mcdfeinct. Applications must be made as m the esaaof Surgeon* and Assistant Surgeon* I'ompen&acion from *23 00 to fod UO per month, with Biolhiag, rations, fuel and quarters. JOS K. BaKNES. July 1-Saw 3m Acting Surgeon General. STATE COLLEGE Agriculture anu Mechanic Art* ! rHK undersigned. Com nissioners. appointed un der a resolve of the last Legislature, au » author- 1 zed and directed br said resolve to invite and r. eire donations and bene tact ions in aid ot the pro posed "College for the benedict Agriculture and he .Mechanic Arts," and to receive proposals for the LMistiou thereof, hereby give notice that they are rt-pared to receive such douatious. benefaction# ud proposal*, and request that all communications juching the same may be made before the lirst day * f Bepteuibi r nsuit, addressed to the uuderetgied |WM G CKOsRY, Belfast WM G CRU8BY, JOfEl H EATON, SaML F.L F. PRRLEY JulySdAwto septl THE boston pike bkh k ud Clay Kitorl Manufacturing C*., Work. 9M cder»l tlratit. oBio. and Wareh.uM U Liberty B*,,eir,.l"*rCi* 8,1 “»“<* (before Fir. rick, ail shapes and sizes, for furnaces required to ana the mo*t iiU.ie beat al.o Kuril.?. Block. “J i"*8*-JLu«»«jUr* Fire Block.. Baker.'Ov.n id ororn hou.. 111m, clay R-toru and n«r. uary il« to set tli.B, Kir. Cemiut. Kira Clay and k.olia The under,tgnol will give th.lr .poola] attention >at all ardor.for tb« above manufacturears »m dwftb promptn«,«. JAMES E MONO ACO. mobl 1 ’Vodtoa”** U •quare, Burton. MEDICAL. —-q——grr r.~ -Jr jtzb~z. ~ MORE TESTIMONIALS! MJRS. MANCHESTER liconstantly receiving ansoUcited testimonials ol tho ottonithiHg curse performed by hsr. Among many recently received are tbe following, which era soamended to the notice of the afflicted, hire. Man abater may be consulted at No. 11 Clapp’s Block,Room No.O. j 0M SP>BAL Ol SMASH CUM BO I This is to oertlfy that I wen, toMUrs. Mancha tarlnat March with a daughter of minetroubled with spinal disease, for which she had been doctored lot | dre years, and by a number of phyeielau of j kinds; and she hashed twenty-one application eleetrioity applied, but all to no offset; bat tbs eoa tinually grew worse, loams to the conclusion, the list resort, to go and too Mrs. Mancht-ter, sad ' lit- -nd to my grant surprise she told aao the are, a.tt ol to, disuse, and how sha had bona from lima to lime, which encouraged me to try her medicines. I dldso, and aow my daughter Is nhleU be around ; the house all of the ume suUsv rid«e ton or SI teen milee without any trouble or taocavenleaer.aag I think in a short Ume she will be restored to perfect ! 81 “* »T danghior has been doctoring, 1 bars heard of a great many oases that Mr». Manchs i *" h** "y."* a Ithi6ktf»“y Per og deserves pat ronage, it Is the one who tries to presorve the h.altt of the slat aae eederiag aadS ke-w te*t .»t u, even,.tbrtwhtob Urn lab* Mf p‘uonH Sanaa L. A a is nr a, Oaoaos Kwu-ht*, k. KmiQun, Bnmtwiot, Musas, da»U|»^»f f ONB or TUB OBBATB3TCUMM6 oukMCOR Man. Maacnarrnn—fiear Jfsdsm -Thinking rtnumant ,f my om. mny be of mrvio. to other. Similarly affllctsd, I hasten to givs u ts yea. This Is brfnSy my ease—1 was takes list aboat IS monthe ago with the Liver Complaint la a very bod form. I applied to Soar diSorut phytlolaas. bet re ceived ao benefit antU 1 sailed on yo». At tbfit Ume 1 had given up business, and was In a very bad state, bnt after taking your medicine for n short time 1 be gan la reeover. and la twe months 1 was eatmiy j *aU, and had gained several pounds ofSesh, and I tan truly say that by year skill 1 am a purleeUy usal i hr man. Joanna Daria. Bottom f Maine Dtfot, Portland, Me. _ I " I A REMARKABLE CURE OK A CASE OR DRO BT CURED B T MRS. MANCHESTER. thto I* to certify that I hart bees cured of the Draper of fifteen yean itaading by Mn. MamelU,. for. I hare bees to phyeiciaae in Boeton. Hew Tork and Philadelphia. Thoy all told we that I bey „»l 1 do nothing tor mo, anJeee they tapped bo. aad ee eared bo that by Upping I ouald lire bat a ebort time. I had aade ip By mind to go home aad lira aa long aeroonld with the dieaaea. aad then die. On ay way heme I eUyed orer night in Portland with a friend of mine, aad UU tU» whpt ay mig'l yyi n regard to ay diaeaM. Thoy laaily pestandee am to go and tea Mr*. Mancheeter. She examined me and told bo ay onto exactly. I wee to snob vtoniahed to think that the told mo oorreotly, that 1 told her Ihfl I would take her u>rdt oinee, not haring the leaet toith that they would aa any good, or that I ehould get the elighteet relief from aay tonne whnterer; anally 1 took the medi an* and went home. In on* week from the time I commenced taking the medicine. I had orer three gallon* of water pace eee la tores boor.; and ay tal low nftren may bo leeured that It woo a groat rebel to bo. I had not been able to be down la bod at night before thic for two yean. Now I oaa Ue daw wtth perfect eeoe. 1 hare taken her mediator eight aoatho, *M »a ee weB ae *py men eouW % to bo. aad 10 eigne ef draper 1 would adyta. ; that are tick to go end eoneuit Mr, MamMUt. erenifthey hare been glean np by other pi i rfetane. I bare Mat her 1 number of oaeee of oil,, ditoneec, and ehe ha* oared thea alao. do aad foryeunalTM. I bfd uptait>, bet now ay funs cannot bo abated U her efcill in taking ana oe/lug Ataeaee. CaaatneS Hannon, Sanaa B. HanMOw, Mait A. H a Snnpor.Jfntoo. AfriltB " • r *• j Lyon’s Periodical Drops TU GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! aumnunaiiu Ptlln, Powder. M Qnnck Preparation*. Lyons Periodica! Drops! -A MM . Surd to do Goodsnd cannot do Xam; LYON’S PERIODICAL DR0P8I Tkc Grail Feaalc Kt medy LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ana nan-an man au KILLS, POWDERS I QUACK CUE PAR A TIONB LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARE SURE TO DO GOOD AMD CANNOT DO UAJU4 lijfon’s Periodical Drops THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops ARR BETTER THAN ALL KILLS. KOWDRRB AND QUACK MEDICINKB. Lyon >» Periodical Drop* Ar« Hi.™ to do Good and cannot do Harm. LYON’8 PEBIODICAL DBOPS The CJr. ui Outnle Ketaetlr. LYON’8 PEBIODICAL DB0P8 iuimitmiiu 1 Pillt, Powders tod Quack Preparation*. LYON’S PEBIODICAL DBOPS 8UKK ro DUUOOD AND L'AMROF DO UAB* I Lyon'* Periodical Drops THE oheat rkm ale behidt Lyon’s Periodical Drops Am bettor than all Fill*. Powders, And Uuaok Preparation*. Lyon's Periodical Drops, Sure to do Good and cannot do Harm. IjHj erica, *1 per Bottle. P For tale by *11 Dracgtut*. At wholeeale by W F I Phillip*. H. a. Hay a Ce., Portland. M(3)MdlT | American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE C0MPANT1 Y of mkw ronn. Capital 9 «i OO.OOO. '"ELTi MercBaadl.*. Uhu. *•18 Parallax. Brat,. U*m* T... •el.oa the Stark., mad other Per- I Maal Pro.ercy at tao low est rru* SAMUEL BBOWn, Prwidaat. (V WILLIAM BATNOR. Sooretar. oot*?1yeo8Ri> SHAW 10* Middle Stroot. MAINE INSURANCE CO. I Aoft.lt, Maine. rHK Maine In.aranoe Company in.ure aninol lorn or d«m»*e by Fire. Bruldlne*, Merchan- f "M tue and I arniture, on terme a* fhvoraBle a. It oaa PB PoU«‘«*<—» I J. H. WILLIAMS,8aoreU<riUTL,£R' ‘‘rert EDWARD SHAW-Area*. H Vo. 108 Middle Stmet. •diMdir

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