Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, September 8, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated September 8, 1864 Page 4
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POETRY._ I How the Soldiers Talk RT run ATE MILES O tEU LT We haTe heard the rebel yell. Vf« have heard the L uton shout, We have weighed the matter very well Anti mean to fight It out; In victory’s happy glow, In the gloom of utter rout. We have pledged outlive*—“Come weal or woe, By heaven! we fight it out. Tie now too late to question What brought this war about : Tia a thing of pride aud passion. And we mean to fight it out. Let the “big wigs,- we the pen. Let them caucus, let then «j»out, We have half n million weaponed men And mean to fight it out. Our dead, our loved, are crying, From many a stormed redoubt, In the swamps and trenches lying - “OhjMNnndea, fight it out! Twa> our comfort a* we fell To hear your gathering shout, Rolling back the rein*! * weaker yell— Ood speed you. fight it out The negro—ree or slave— We care no pin about. But for the flag eur fathers gave We mean to fight It out; Aud while that banner brave One rebel rag shall flout. With volleying arm aud Hashing glaiva By heaven, we fight it out’ OhJm w heard the rebel- yell, We have heard the Union shout, We have weighed the matter very well. And mean to fight it out. In the flush of perfect triumph. And the gloom of utter rout. *** We have sworn on many a bloody field " We meau to fight it out !*’ On the Chicago Surrender. What! hoist the white flag when our triumph ia nigh * What! crouch before treason-' mak» frrvedom a lie What spike all our guns when the foe >« at bay And the rags of hi* black banner dropping away f Tear down the strong name that our nation has won, Aud strike her brave bird from his home In the sun He’s a coward who ahrioks from the lift of the sword; lie s a traitor who mocks at tne sacrifice poured, Nameless end homeless the doom that should blast The knave who stauds idly till peril is past, But he who submits when the thunders have burst Aud victory daw ns, is of cowards the worst! is the old spirit dead * Are we broken and weak, That cravens so shamelessly lift the white cheek To court the swift insuit, nor blush ut the blow. The tools of the Treason and friend* of the foe ’ See! Anarchy smiles at the Peace which they ask, And the eyes of Disunion flash oat through the mask! Give thank*, ye brave boys, who by vale and by crag Hear onward, unfaltering, onr noble old flag. Strong arm* of the Union, heroes living aud dead. For the blood of your valor is uselessly shed! Xo soldier « green laurel is promised you here, But the white rag of "sympathy softly shall cheer * Aud you. ye war martyrs, who preach from your grave* How captives are nursed by the masters of slave*, Ur, living, still linger iu shadow* of Death,— Puff out the staned mu* le. recall the faiut breath. And shout, till these cowards rejoice at the cry “By the hands of the Union we fought for, we' die!" By the God of our Fathers! this shame we must share, I But it grows too delving for freemen to bear, Attd W aahiugtcn, Jackson, will turn in their graves, When the Union shall rest on two races of slaves. Ur. spufnlng the spirit which bound it of yore. And sundered, exist as a nation no more! - Hatard Tstloe Clirical Anecdote. “Dr. H.,,the pastor of an Orthodox church, had been lor tome time annoyed by the for wardness of a lay brother to ‘speak’ whenever an opportunity was olfi-red, to Ibe frequent exclusion ol those whose remarks had a tendency to edification. This 1 I been cai - ried so tar that the pastor, whenever he slat ed that ‘an opportunity would now be otiered ! lor any brother to give an exhortation,’ had always a secret dread of the loquacious mem- j her. On one.special occasion the latter pre faced a prosy, incoherent harangue, with an account of a previous controversy he had been carrying nu with the great adversary, ‘My friends,’said he,‘the Devil and I have been lighting for more than twenty minutes: be told me not to speak tonight, but I detei ■nined 1 would; he said some of the rest couidapeak better than 1, but still I felt that 1 could not keep silent, he even whispere d that I spoke too often, that nobody wanted to hear me; but 1 was not to be put down iu that way, and now that l have gained the vic tory I must tell yon all that is in my heart.’ Then followed the tedious harangue aforesaid. As they were coming out of the sessiou room the good pastor inciincd his head so that h i mouth approached the ear of the inilitani. member, and whispered, ’Brother, / think V lietil teas right.’ Brains.—An American sloop of war had put into an English por\ aud llrst lieutenai t went ashore to reconnoitre. In the course ol his travels he entered a tavern where a num ber of British officers wi re carousiug. They at once recognized the lieutenant by his dress, and resolved to amuse themselves by bullyii g him. “Well,comrade,-1 said one, “you belong in the United States. I see.” “llight,” was the answer. “Mow what would you dotoa mau w ho should say that your navy did not contain an officer I t for u bumboat?” continued the Englishman. “I would b’ow his brains out,” returned the lieutenant, with great coolne-s. There was silence among Her Majesty's ser vants for a moment; finally, one of them, more muddled than the rest, managed to stammi r ont, "W—ell, Yank, 1 say it." The American walked to his side, and repli ed calmly— "It’s lncky for you, shipmate, that you have no brains to blow out.” Struck by the diguity of the answer, the of fender at once apologized, and our hero was invited to join the mess. Profession vs. Practise.—A* a cla.--, women are always aristocratic. Except i i respect of costume, there arc no sans culotte s among ladies. They may talk democracy, but they mean guuocracy or some other form of aristocracy. Dr. Jolni»on noticed the aaui" thing In a lady of his acquaintance, who we« always pratiug republicanism. "Let us try it,” said the ilocto-i. "Here, madam, is your footman; he is civil aud'veii-dre»«ed; let vs ask him to dine with us." The lady rejected the proposal with scorn. ‘'Thai - the way you go,” said the doctor; ‘ you are willing lo bring everybody down to your level, but you don't wish to bring anybody up to h I” Expense of Matrimony.—I hear the same complaints here amoug the young men that 1 heard before leaving America, that marriage has become impossible, owing to the eio • ive luxury which has invaded all ciaa-e»; that a lady's toilette now a days costs as much as it formerly required for a whoie family. The very last fasbiou is that of “Brobdigc . ’ belts and buckles for the waists of the - dies fair,’,—buckles in proportion—in at eel, gold, pearl and Jet. They are worn over ml sorts of dresses, even those with the coat tail corsage, j Foreign correspondence Toronto Globe. A Sai> Mi-take.—A singular incident oc curred at a wedding in Troy lately. Tl.e guesls were assembled, and the earrin ?< s were awaiting them at the door, wheu a sexton drove up with a hearse, w hieh he back! <1 down to the gate, alighted and opened, ai d stood wailing to receive the colliiu. lie hi 4 mistaken the place, and seeing the earring , supposed it was the fuueral instead of a fen The circumstance ca-t a gloom over the hap py bridal gathering. A young lady in a class studyiug physiolo gy, made answer to a question put, that in six years a human body became entirely changed, so that not a particle which was iu it at tin commencement of the ppriod would remain in it at tiie close of it. “Then, Miss I,.," said tin young tutor, “in six years you will cease to t e Miss L.?” “Why, yes sir, X should hope so," •aid she, very modestly looking at the floor. NOTICE. WE, the undersigned, having sold onr .Stook o! Coal aud Wood to M> sirs. Bamlall, AlcAlt* [er I |Co.t do cheerfully recommend them to our lormer customers. All persons having demand, against us are requested to present them for settle, ment, and all person, indebted to us are requeeted to make immediate payment at the old stand where one ot the undersigned may be found for I he press::! „ SAWVEtt A WHITNEV. Portland, Jane 6, lust. Junel8d3w Coal and Wood J rpHE Sttbecrlteer having purehesed the 8tock of A Coal ant Wood, and taken the sland reeentlr occupied by Messrs, .'■etirysr p IKSir*ev, bead of Mainr Wharf, are now prepared to supply their lormer (rations and the public generally, «|th a Hue assortment of WELL PICKED AND SCREENED Old Company Lehigh, Sugar Loaf Lehigh, Ilazclton Lehigh, Locust Mountain. John's, White and Red Ash, Diamond and Lorberry, Together with the best quality of Cumberland Coal ! A Superior Coal for Blackimilht. Also, Hard and Soft Wood, Delivered to order in any psrt of the oity. The former customers of Messrs. Sawyer A Whit ney are respectfully invited to give us a call KENDALL. McALLIBTEK A CO. Portland, June II, ISM.—dly MISCELLANEOUS^ THE DAILY PRESS, 1 CALORIC POWER JOB PRINTING OFFICE, N. A. FOSTER & CO., j 'Proprietors, Pox Block, 82 1-2 Exchange St., PORTLAND. IRE. Attention is respcetfully invited to our unrivalled facilities for executing iu THE BEST STYLE OF THE ART, j Every description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, j Our Katablishment is furnished with all the ap proved MODERN MACHINERY, And our collection of Book and Fancy Types I Will bear frvorable comparison with any establish- 1 ment in the city. Business and Professional Cards, lOf every variety, style and cost, PRINTED AT SHORTEST NOTICE. Bill-Head* Ruled nud Cut in the Neat est Manner. BLAXKS AXD BANK CHECKS,'1 Of every description executed iu the best style. Heal road, and other Corp6raticn Work, done with promptness and fidelity. INSURANCE POLICIES, BILLS OP LADINU, TIME TABLES, uni all sorts ot LEGAL DOCUMENTS, at thort notiet. Seraoni, Itporti, and ill kitdi of Flatlet i, Put up In superior style. Bronzed and Colored Labels, For Apothecaries Merchants, and Fancy Dealers got up in the best style of the art. Weddincr Oardgt, Notes qf Invitation, f'isitiny Cards, Lists of horn ets. etc., etc., ctf every variety and cost, furnished at short notice. LARGE POSTERS. Hand-bills, Shop-bills, l’rogani I ■nes, Circulars, And plain printing of every description Also, Rule and Figure work, executed neat ai d on terms that cannot fail to satisfy. THE DAILY PRa*. ' Printing Office has one of Soper' Improv* Calorie Engines for motive power, and is lurni.* i with improved and costly Presses—Cylinderar I'laten— from the most celebrated makers. We Lave in con stant use one of HOE'S LARGE CYLINDER PRESSES, capable of throwing ofl 2 500 Sheet.” an hour; one of Adam’s Power Presses—the best book press intbe world; Adam’s ami Potter's East Machine Job Presses; Rugbies’ superior Card Pres, Adams’ and Union large Hand Presses, Standin> Presses, and ail the machinery necessary for a well appointed office. The Daily Press Job Office is believed to be as well furnished as any similar establishment in the bta-o. Those sending order from the country may rely on receiving prompt attention. We execute *1 orders in the shortest possible time and In the neatest and best manner. Wc will do all kinds of printing a* well and as promptly, and as cheap as any other established ant ia the City, County or State. A11 orders for Job Printing must be directed to the Daily Press Job Office, No. 82* Exchange streot, Portland, Me. The Job office is under the personal supervision of the senior proprietor, who is the CITY PRINT ER. and is himself an experienced practical work man, and employe only well-skilled mechanics In this department of his work. The Portland Daily Press, The Urgent dajljr p«p«r cart of Boeton. and having aUrgeroirculalioDthaD.il the other daiiic? Id the city combined, I. published at the Office in Fox Block, $9 1-9 Exehawje Street, ever) morning— Sunday excepted, at #8,00 per annum. THE MAINE STATE PRESS, The largest paper in New England, eight pager, ie published every Wednc.day, containing all the new* by mail a d telegraph, important reading matter. Marine LUt, Market Reports, Ac., of tht Daily Prone, at the following price*, viz Single ropy, one year, Inyarinbly In ndvnnce.-2.00 Subscription* solicited. Agent* wanted in every town. Postmaster* requested to act a* agents. N. A. FOSTER & Co., Proprietor*. Portland Juno 1, 18CI. dtf JAMES EDMOND 8c C0.~ COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 13 LIBERTY SQUARE, . . BOSTON Arc prepared to or '■ ut favorable rate*, COLT NESS and GEE SC A KNOCK PIG IRON, Also, BAR, supe r, f Ron PL iTE IRON of English and Scotch Maim ure. W©shalleoniinu*'to rrr- iu .ion to oar American Brick, a r-gu * .• ci ENGLISH, SCOTCH, A WELCH F1RK mcbll eoiUm ■ VlTblt .ATIOilAL Fire Insurance Company! Of JTew York, Oftct 113 Broatiway. CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000. WM. E. WARREN, President. HAMILTON BRUCE, Vio« Preiidwt. CEuKoE W. 8AVAGE, Secreter *Portland Board qf Peferences: John B. Brown A Son, II tasty Fletcher & Co. H. J Libby A Co. John Lynch A « o. The undersigned having been appointed Agin ’ and Attorney for ibis Compa* y, row prepare 1 rates Ue 1 °^C*rS 0n *n*ur*kl« Property u\ ctirroi ? 5“IP PorUr"d Oftir, 1C6 Fore Street. JOHN W. HUNGER, Arrent. June 3.1864.—dtf Seizure ol Hoods. TfcT-OriCF. u hereby itiren that the following dc 11 scribed guod- .. ie seised at t! wort, on tb • days liereinatter mentioned, tor a i relation of tin Revenue lams —June 24. 1864, on wharf from steamer from t^t. John, N. B., 1 bbl. Whisker 2 eases Wiue (of 12 bottle^ each} July 16. 1864. on ' board brig Tho*. Conner, 2 bl * Mola^fti., July 2*i ! 1864. on board a team 1 bbl. fctigar, 1 bag .Sugar. 1 August 5th, 1864. on board brig Alar.ha ^ liorrv* i bbl Molasses. August 11. 1864. on bna;d brig < *>. j muck 2 bb’s Molasses Augrst 1*. 1864, on b'.-urd bng C. li kenned y 4 bids. MoImm ? Any person or per* ms, desiring the inns, ere re quested to appearand mate such claim, within n.ar tv days from the day oi the date hereol; otborwi e the said goods will b* disposed of in accordance with tho act of Congress, approved April 2, 1844. _ i. Washburn, Jr.,collector. Sept 2—dlavrSw PAKT14TPATIOK. Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company. Thi« Company w ill issue Polices to be free niter the payment ol nix, eight or ten Premiums at the option of the insured and at rates as low as any other Company. The issue ol Free Policies rendere it at t> 'least equal if not superior to tho participation apanies. * Office No. 102 Middle St CHARLfcS HOLDEN, Pres KDWAKD SHAW, See. Feb 16 dfcwtf. _RAILROADS._I FOR CHICAGO, MILWAUKIE. Aud all parts of the West. UCUR8I0M tlCKETS T» CHICAGO, IILWAIRII, A nd all other points at the ' WEST, SOl'Tii A- NORTH WEST, Korsale at the reduced rates of fare at the Union Ticket Office, 31 Exchange St., IV. U. Little, Agent. jan«94dtf FOR THEWHITE MOUNTfUrtS, Montreal, Quebec, Niagara Falla, A A I) MM T DBA. Excursion Tickets for sale at tho U E 1) IT C El) R A T E S , By W. D • LITTLE, Agenl, ; UNION TICKET OFFICE, june24tf 31 Lxchauge street. ^ mm REDUCED RATES ! UlPOUTAN'i' TO TKAVELE1.H | -TOTES West, North West & South Weat! | W. 1). LITTLE. IS Agent lor all the great leading route* to Chica go, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Octroi;, Miittaukit, Galena. Oskoeh, St. Paul, Lacrosse, Green Bay, Quincy, ft. Louis, Louisville, lndiAnapoti*. Cairo, etc., etc., and is prepared to lurnisli In rough Tickets from Portland to all tbe principal cities and town* ;n the loyal States aud C auadas, at the lowest rates of fare, and ail needful information cheerfully granted. Travelers will find it greatly to their advantage to procure theirtisket* at tho Union Tieket Oiiice, 31 EichangcStrecti [UP STAIRS,) W . 1-). IjITTLJ'j, Agent. HT Pasaangera for California, by the Old Line ! Mail Steamer aud Panama Kaiiroad, may besecureu by early application at this office. lickets to Montreal and Quebec and return (via the Grand Trunk Railway) may be ob;ained at this agency on favorable terms. ma>26dAwtt OKAftD Htlltk HAILMAV Of Canada. slmml:; arkaugem^t. -s&nCsfi&hW °n after Monaay, June 27,1664, iJHdMBi train* will run daily, (Sunday* exoept tdj until luatber notioe, as follows: Up Train a. Leave Portland for inland Pond. Montreal aud Quebec at T.Qo a. w and 1.25 p. k. Down Trains. Leave Island Pond ler Portland, at 6 30 a *, and 915 p. M. • l'he Company .re not responsible for baggage to any amount oaoeediny MOiu value, and that pw sotai, nnloss notice >» given, aud paid lor at the rato of one passenger ior ovory *000 additioual valu# C. J. BUYDGKd, Managing Director. H. BAILEY, Soperintecdcn:. Portland. June 25. 1964. novS PORTLAND AN1) KENNEBEC R.B. SPRING k SL'MMGit AKKANgI.MLN 1', Commencing Monday, April 25, 1864 Passenger trains leave Skowbegan for v^WpESBCi’ort.ana aud Boston, at 8.45 A. hi., Au gusui, II.On A. M. aDd Bath 12 10 P. M. Au*iuta for Portland and Boston a: 6.30 A, m. ; Bath 6.30 A. M. Portland for Ba h. Au usla. Watervillu.Kcndall’i* Mills ana Skowhegaa, at 1.10 P.M. Portland for Bath and Augusta 8.15 P. M. Partsengcr* ftr cAtionsonthe Androscoggin Rail* road will cbar^i* car* ai Brunswick. The 1 10 . M. train f om Portland connects at Kendall * Mill* with Maine Central Railroad for Bangor. Ac., arriving shidb evening btage* leave Ba.h tor Rockland at 9 A M. and 3 F M* .Stages leave Augusts for Belfast at 1 P. M. btAgCD leave Skowhejtau at ti it) t. M. for Anson, Solon, Ac. .t hrough Tickets for aii the station* on thi* and the Androscoggin Kaiiroad, can be procurred in Bostca at the Kastern or Boston and Maine »tat or. . B. H. CUoiljlAiS,.'superintend!31. April 18. 1964. up23!/ V«rk A tuinllM-rlmiii itnUro>i<1. SUKMl.K AtiKAMJKMIJi'T. i--- On ard after MONDAY. April 1th., 1684, trains will leave a* lollows, until further notice: Saco River for Portland at 5 45 (Freight Train with Passenger Cars) and 9.15 a.m , aud 3.30 r. M. Leave Portland lor baco River, 7.45 a. m. and [ 2.00 and 6,2>J r. w. The 2 00 r. m. trail’, out. and 6.45 a. m. train into 1 ortland, will be freight trains with passenger cars attached. Stage** connect at Saccarappa daily for South Windham, Windham Center and Great Falls. At Gorham ior West Gorham, blandish. Steep Fails, Baldwin. Sebag'L Bridgton, Hiraxu. Liming ton. Cornish. Denmark, Brownfield. Lorel, Fryt hurt Conway.Bartlett. Albany, Jackson and Ea ton";*. H. A: Buxton Center for West Buxton. Bonucy Et* gl*». Foeth Limington. Limington and Limerick. At Saci> River tri-weckJy, lor Hollis, Limerick, Oa«*p«*c, Newfield, Parsonsfield, Ettingnara, Free dom, Ma 'Uon. > a.oa, Cornii>h. Porter, Ac Fare* 5 cenH less when ticket* are purchased in the Office, than when paid In the Car*. dan. carpenter, supt. Portland April 7, IS 4. dti' »*A1IMK KAlLKOAI>. BUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Trains leave Portland. Grand Truk 5>A^Ai|3L\tion, for Lewiston and Auburn, at 7 a. x. For Bangor and intermediate stations at 1.25 F.M. RETURNING—leave Lewiston at 6.20 A. x., and arrive in Portland at 8.80 a. m. Leave Bangor at i 7.3d a. x..and arrive in .Poruand at 2 15 p. x. Both those trainf connect at Portland with trains for Bostcr. Freight train leave* Portland at 8 A.x., and re* tnming i* due In Portland at 1 r. x. %U.gi*- connect with train* at principal stations, daily for moet cf the towns North and East of this line. C. M. MORSE, Supt. Watnrvilie, N >vember, 1*83. deol4 PORTLAND. SACO *V PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS, Commencing April 11th, 1384. rjmwmatgp, Passenger Trains will leave the feta* Don, Canal street, daily, (Sunday* ex empted) u« follows • Leave Portland for Boston, at 8.45 a. k. and 8.C8 F. m. Leave Boaton for Portland at 7.80 a m. and 8.G0 P. M. Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.00 a. m . and 5.B0 r. m. These trains will take and leave passenger* at way station*. Freight trams loavf Portland and Boston daily. FRANCIS CHASE, Superintendent. Portland. Oct. 80,15o3. ocSl edtf P> RO POSALS FOR kRKCTJNU TUX Custom House at Portland,Maine. Treasury Department. I August 28,1S64 J I)RlHU>8AL8 will bo re-reived at < is department uu il the Uuth ol September, iS61, at 1- o'clock ' noon, tor the construction ol the t Uftoin Houre lu I thcrized to be orec.» d at roitlaud. lie, according to the plans*.ud specifications preptitu at this Depart nicul; said proposal' to bo tuber tor the whole building, or separate tor uirl rent kinds ol work : the i Department reserving the right to reject or accept : the proposal# hereby mvittd, or any part thereof, where it doexns the interim cl the l : ited Stat- s re quires it; the Department a.to reserving the right to exclude tho bid ol any p-rson or pcr*ci whom | there is just cause to believe wiil not laithlully per 1 form the contract. Also ail bids t hat upon iuvebli gxtiouare below a fair price lor the work. Bid* will not be received iu gross, and the Depart ment having prepared a sche< ule oi the approxi mate quauiit as of each kind ot work and u.ateii. I rt<iuirv<l, (which schedule may be had at the otiice of tho Supervising Architect, iru usury juepartment) tue bid dor viil be required to aliix ids prices thereto lor such articles and kinds of woik as ho proposes to bid tor. and then carry the whole out iu one gross amount. Ninety per cent, of the amount of the work done and material delivered according to contract prioe, [ (said amount to be ascertained by the t st.inate c-fun ! Agent ol the Department appointed tor that pur pose) will be paid lrcm time . time u* the work pro gresses, and ten per cent, retained untii the com pie tion of the coutrac', and acc.-otance ol the work 0/ the Agent more 1.1.2, and be un felted iu tue event of tun non-fiiltillxBcnt«. 1 the contract. Contracts will be awarded only to Master Builders and Mechanic*, and the aasi j: men: thereof, except by consent ot the secretary ol the Treasury, will a forfeiture of the . Dach proposal inu*t be accompanied by a guaran tee, signed o' ore on*:t,.e persons, (certified to beat) by the 1. j. <. ^ a;, - District Judge or Attoi ac7 of said Dii-tj.ct», in th« sum of So OOO.oM> for the whole work, or of & proportionate amount if for any pan. that the bind. i.i, wkeu required, if Lis pro posal be accepted, < at- r into a contract and bond, with euheien: see ari lies .^1 its 'aithful performance. Forms of the bund and certificate required; al*»o and vi. wi.l be ;urni'-cu on application to me buperviting Ar chitect of the Department. Mo bid will bo considered, unless it fully complies iu ail, is details with the requirements ot thi# adver tisement. I he Proposal* must be sent to this Department, ad dressed to Isaiah K *gert, Supervising Architect, and plainly endors'd : • Proposals for the Portland Custom House." Proposals will also be received at the same time for t Of.* old Custom House building and materials Therein, (the four grumte column' oa Fore street * xcep’or.) to be removed wit) in sixty (60) rtaTS from uate of the award, and iu cA>e the #a<e of tho tame bs awarded to the successful biduer forthe new Cus tom House, the amount of same will be taken as part payment of his contract. ISAIAH BOGKRS. „ Supervising Architect. Sept 2—did PENSIONS! BOUNTIES! -AHD BAOIi PAY l Arc obtained for Wounded Soldiers (discharged) I and the friends ofdeoeaet-d soldiers who are entitled : to the same by BYRON D. VERRiix, Attorney tod CouieHir, it \o. 117 Middle Street, -AND incensed Agent for all the Departments at j Washington. Portland, April 23,1864. tpte sodOm 1 STEAMBOATS. Portland and Penobscot River, Summer Arrangement, ISO*. TIIENEW, STAUNCH AND COMMODIOUS I STEAMER LADY LAAG, Built expressly for this route, CAPT# WILLIAM R. ROIX, Will commence her Summer Ar rangement on MONDAY MORN ING, Juue 6th, Leaving ltaugor ev ity Monday, \\ eunehda> uua Friday Morning*, at j o’clock. Returning will leave Railroad Wharf, foot oi j State street, l’ortiand, every Monday. Wednesday j aud Friday Evening-, at 10 o’clock, connecting with | Ilia Eastern, iioaten aud Maine, and Cortland, Saco and Pori ."mouth Railroad*, from Boston aud Way 4 BtHtion*,leaving Boston at So clock, 1’. M. The Boat will touch at RockUnd, Camden, Bel fail. Luck*poit. 4V hi torpor* and Ilumpdeu, both ways, rassenger# ticketed through to aud Irom j Benton, Lowell, Lawrence, Salem and Lvnu. h or more extended inlomation, apply to J. 0. Kendrick, Bangor; the local A gent a at the various landings; the Depot M.-gtcrs of the 1*. 8. & I*., Eastern, and II. * !I. :a iroad«; Abiel Soinerby, l’ortland; Lang &• U u,o, Boston, or CUaS. Si*EAR, General Agent, j June 4.—isdtf MontrealQoean SteamshipOo.j One of the following first-claae '3; steamers of this Line vizPeruvian, Hi hernia, North American, Jura.Bel K&SBiKSESSI giau, Nova Sootiau, Moravian. Da maj»cur, wui sail from Quebec, every Saturday j Morning, lor Liverpool via Londonderry . Also the steamers St. David, St. Georgs, St | Andrew. St. Patrick, tri monthly from Quebec for Glasgow. Prepaid and return tickets issued at reduced rates. For passage apply to H. it A. ALL AN, Montreal, or to J. L. K ARV1EK, maylGdtl No. 10 Exchange street Portland. International Steamship Company. Eastport, Calais & St John. TWO T1CIFS FClt WEEK. On and alter Monday, March 28, the superior sea-going bteamer ! NEW BRUNSWICK, Capt. E. B. j _________ Winchester, will leave Railroad Whan, loot of State Street, every Monday at 5 o’clock P. M..and the Steamer NEW ENGLAND, ! Capt. E. Field, every Thursday at 6 o’clock P. M.. for Last port and St. John, N. B , connecting at Eastpon with steamer Queen, for Robinson, St. An drew* and Calais, and with Stage coaches for Ma chias, aud at at. John with steamers for Freder- i ioton and with steamer Emperor lor Digby, Wind sor and Halifax, and with the E. A N. A. Railroad 1 for Shediao aud all way statious. Returning, will leave St . John every Monday and Thursday a* 8 o’clock A. M., for Kastport, Portland and Boston. Through tickets procured of the Agents aud Clerk on boaru Steamers Freight received till 4 o’clook P. M , Mondays and ; Thursday _maytf cltf C. C. EATON, Agent. Portland aad jtfcsiou Lii»e. THE STEAMERS *or©«t City, Lewiiton and Montreal Will, until farther notice, run at I follows: .. Leave Wharl, Portland, ! every Monday, Ttubday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, at 7 o'clock P. M., aud India Wharf, Boston, every Monday, luesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, at 7 o'clock P. M. Fare m Cabin.*2.00 Freight taken aa usual. The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding *60 in value, and that person* al, unless notice is given and paid lor at the rate cl one paswnger for every #600 additional value. Feb. 18,1663. dtf L. BILLINGS, Agent. Fortland and New York Steamers SEMI-WEEKLY LINE. m , e* Tbe splendid and fast Steamships ‘ LOCUST POINT," Capt.. WiLLimr, Csnd "POTOMAC," Captain Suxn. RffiaEtalwood, will.until further notioe, run as follows: Leave Browns Wharf, Portland, every WEDNES DAY , and SATUKDA Y, at 4 P. M.t and leave i’ier 9 North River, New York, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 3 o'clock, P. M. These vessels are fitted ep with fine accommodations for passengers, making this the most speedy, safe and oomfortablo route tor travellers between New York and Maine. Passage #7,00, including Fare and State Koom-i. Goods forwarded by this line to and from Montreal, Juehec, Bangor, Bath, Augusta, Kastport and St. ohn. a nippers arc requested to send their freight to the steamers asearly as 3 P. M.. on ths day that thep leave Portland. For freight or passage apply to EMERY k FOX. Brown,. Wharf, Portland. U. B. CROMWELL k CO., Ho. 8« WestStraet, Hew York. Deo C. 1861. dtf SALE & TO LET. IIou*e ami Lot No. 31 Dan forth St- For Sale. The two and a half storied wooden dwelling jgtjji IIowi and lot, Ko. 31 Danforth St , coutain uiLcJLing ten good sized rooms, with a bathing r ooi—piped for g«* throughout—a furnace that will heat every part ot the lioo«e. C istern for rain water and a never failing well of drinking water. Copper numps, 4c. On the prem sei are a good I barn and sheds. The lot is about 1*46 by 44 feet, i'he | house can be examined anv day from 10 A il till 5 1 1*. M. by calling on the subaoriber who will furnish 1 particular* and terms of sale. J It BBAZIKR. Ocean Insurance Company Building, 2<io. 37 Exchange St. Aug. 3—dtf House und House Lot?* For Sale, i Ijocated in Westbrook. about five • , C, minute- walk from the liorse Cars ftl Woodford's corner. ^ Also, the pleasantly located two mm storv Dwelling Uou-e and Dot, re* cenlly occupied by Mr. J. C. Kemick. The lot con* . tatu* about two acres, and is one of the finest ioes i ”oua R genteel residence to be found in the sub urbs ol rortiard, being less than two miles from too l ortiand Tost Office, and commands a tine view of the eity. ; --J*?f "irt,her Particulars call on the undersigned at 21* tore Street, corner Union Street. i ir1M-t _blfus uisuam. nwcllinij; Mouse lor sale. 1 -t*^ A two story dwelling house on Congress St. mnearly opposite tile castellated Villa ol S.I.. (. arlton, luq., and on the lino of the Hors-. ..abroad, Tnis tone contain, fourteen finished unfit, well adapted to accommodate two lamiii.., with (operate out bui.dings, stable. Ac . and a well of a’cr In the yard. A large part of tbu purchase uieney tan Ifiy on mortgage it desire d This property will be olllred 3! Auction on the fir.t of August, if not told before. Ai.i.KN HAINES Portland, July HI, 1B«4. Provision Wlore lor (Sale. rillil- Stock and fixtures of a Provision Store, A laroraMy located in a thriving manufacturing ! tows, on the Hue 01 R If, a few mils, trom Port laud. Ihi, is a good chance for apartr with a small capital. Expense, -mall; rent only five dollar, a month. Will be void low lor cash—change 01 tuu 1 nest cause of sale. Present quota of the town to be 1 filled by euhstiuen! Cal) on or addiess immedi atily O. W. Ilf:lit, HAM. International House, Portland, Me. Aug. 23,18*14 —dtf i-HBd 011 Free street for Sale. rilHK valuable real estate on Free street, known A *• the ••Furbish property " The lot is about 105 ftet on Free street and extend, back about 171 leet. Said estate will be (old ai a whole, or the easterly half of the dwelling home, with Jot about 4U by 176 leet. will be (old by itself. Application may be nude to James Furbish, I.sq., on the premises, or to UEO . E B. JACksOI, Julyldfi oil Exchange street. Tor Snip. ASQUAIiE block ot land, of about 73GOO acres of wood land, on the south side of the river | St. Lawrence, in Canada East It is iuterccoded bv two considerable rivers with eligible Mul sit*. Well wooded with every description oi timber, such a? pine and spruce In large quantities, and maple, berch, beech, tamaruc and bass wo"d itauy amount. Enquire of il. T. MACH1N. Portland. ^Portland, Feb. 1864. fob# oodtf ( For Sale. A CLIFF COTTAGE, containing over 20 roomejargestable and sheds—situated two and one-ha!f miles from Portland, and the finest situation in Cape Elizabeth ibr a wa tering place, and summer bocrrieit. For; particular* enquire of GEO. OWEN, ap7d!f 101 Commercial Street. Portiaad. For Sale. ONE half the three story brick Block, situated on Congress St., near the head of Park St., one of the most desirable Kcatiois in thecitv. For par ticulars enquire of Mr. S. C. ( hn-ecr < . C. Tolmun j at F. A. Howard's under Lancaster Hall. Aug 8—dim* For Vale. A TWO story House and Lot, situated on Port JLJLland f.tm-t, with Stable aud other out buildings. Also two adjoining lots containing about eirht thoucand square feet. Enquire of ff. STEVENS, No. 47 Portland street. jnneOdtf To I.eL ril WO first class tenements at the corner of Sa’em j 1. and Brackett Sts.: ttlso one tenement on Green St. Imiuiro of JABEZ C. WOODMAN. Jr., Heal Estate Bri Iter, 31 Exchange St., or NATHAN 31 i WOODMAN’. 28 Oak St. siptOdU House For Salt*. VTWO story wooden house. No. 18 Adams street, 11 finished rooms, convenient for two families; plenty of good water. For particulars inquire ol B. J. WILLAKD. Portland, 31ay 14,1SC4. inayl4oodtf To Let I 1701’ K Offices, single or iu suites, over Store* No*. 182 and 1*54 Exchange Street, opposite the Inter national House. Apply oa the premises to Jy4 dtf A. L. BROWN. To Ft I. STOKE now occupied by na. Possession given1 immediately. Also, a Front Off.ce in Hanson Block. Jan8 dtf H. J. LIB BEY A CO. To Let. T|7HE Store now occupied by E. K. Little, under X Mechauic Hall. Enquire of C. P. KIMHaLL. aug2o Preble Street. To LH. ONE STOKE in Galt’. Block. Apply to H. T. MACH IN, »pI2 dtf Hoh*p to Krill. Dwelling house k» s cotton street • Enquire of I? E. UPHAM A SON. Sept 0—din* MEDICAL. FOK THE !\ATI«A ! The World’s Great Remedy -FOR Ihspepsia and Indigestion ! AMD ALL Diseases OF THR STOMACH AND BOWELS Prepared by the Proprietors of “Coe's Cough Balsam Dytptptia is not only the sure forerunner of death but tho companion of a ui.serable life. It has well been called the Nation’s scourge; for more persons, both old and young, mule and leinaie, suffer from its ravages, than from all other ailmtnis combined. It robs the whole system of its vigor and energy, gives weariness and total indisposition to those once strong aLdactive; renders the stomach powerless to digest the food, and has lor its attendants, Headache, Heartburn, Constipation, Nausea at Stomach, and General Debility of the ichole System, refusing its subjects a particle of nourishment or hearty food, without paying the penalty iu the most agonizing distress, and oftentimes complete prostra tion. To m et ihe terrible ravages of this worst of all diseases, we have prepared "COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE" and we pledge our reputation upon our statement, when wo say it will Po»itively Cure tho Worst of You, not in a year—not in a month—nor in a week—but you shall see its beneficial influence at once imme diately, uud the day you take it. To you who have lived lor years upon t.rahain Bread and plain diet, who dare not eat auv thing the least-wwe hearty— I first, because the Doctor has ordered the plainest food, and secondly for tear the distress it causes— rising and souring on your stomach, w esay sit down to jour dinntr, eat as hearty a meal as you wish, and as soon as the food begins to distress you, fol low it by a single teaspoontul of COE’S DYSPEPSIA CURE I ARD IT WILL Believe You Instantaneously. thus enabling you. bv hearty eating, and the aseof the cure artei each meal. |a> often as the food dis tresses you, cr i ours on yuur stomach.) you will get in a rory few days so that you can do without the medicine, except occasionally, and by the time the first bottle is used up. we will guarantee you free from Dyspcpsiu. aud able to eat, digest and enjoy as hearty a breakiast as you ever sit down toiu \ our healthiest hours, aud we will torfeit to you the prioe ot the bottle, upon your shewing that our stutement is not correct. The medicine is powerful bnt harmless and whilst a single teas, ooul'ul will at once relieve the dysi to tiesuflerer, the whole nol le would not materially iujurc him. as it is entirely vegetable aud contains no opiates All classes 01 disease that bavethelr ori gin in a disordered stomach and bowels, ars dispel led in the same instantaneous way, by tbeuseof COE’S DYSPEPSIA CUBE! Fever and Ague, Sick-Headache, Sickness at tlx Stomach, Constipation, Heartburn,Colic Pams in Stomach ei Hostels, Dysentery, Vomit i*t, a fid tug of Faintness and lassi tude, Want of Appetite, will not and cannot exist where the cure Is used_ It removes the disease .y leuioviug the cause, iiut like Alcoholic liilters which cover up your had feel ings tor a lew moments by the ir exhilarating effects. Beware otsueii remedies or beverages, but ia thsir place use a icmedy that will restore the diseased functions to their uormal condition, and set in mo tion the entile human mechanism in perfect bar mony, and upon principle# synonymous with well defined physologioal laws. 1 hatsuch will he the ef Icci of COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE, immediately and instantaneously, we pledge our woid a* men ofhonor—our reputatiou as Pharmace utist*—our favorable acq minutiae withjrh® people •* prop.letor* of the World-renowned ••<.<*’* tuuoh Hats am,” if it ia u»«d accord in* to our directions, which may bv found with each bottle. We add below t>orae festimouiais from our neigh bor* a iu townsmen, to which we ask your careful attention. TESTIMONIALS. Fron the Pastor </ the Methodist M. Church, Mad ison, Conn. I have used Coe's Dyspepsia Cure in my fkmiiv and can willingly testily to its value as a mediaiue Usssv Oipmaho. Pastor M k. Church Madison, Conn., June Stub, 1*64. A Poice/rom house through our City Payers. Mew Haven, Conn , Jane U, 1664 Messrs. Editors — Allow me, through your col umns, to acknowledge my gratitude lor the benaiii 1 have received lrorn the use of Coe's Dyspepsia Cure Although I was a great sufferer Iruui Dyapops a the first dose gave instant relief, and one ounce has enabled me to eat anything I please, witbout pain I have now stopped using the medicine as I no longer need it. Palmiua Lykae. Madison. Conn .June JO, 1864. r rorn the benefit derived by the use of Coo’s Dys pepsia Cure in my family, 1 am prepared to say that 1 usver intend to he without it aud advise all who are afflicted with Dyspepsia to try it. Philaede* Lewis. ■Mr. Coe —The bottle ot Coe's Dyspepsia Care v ou gave me has backouup your statement concerning it. I have ouiv usMhali a bottle, and nan eat pint apple short cake or anything el e, without trouble li acta like a charm. 1 ue relief it affords is instan taneous. jaxx A, Loweay. New Haven, June 18,1864. Those who know my constitution, what my coudl ~ o'? '°r !hir,7 >«“•• will believ. wi.s. me that u mod.e.ia- that will reach myca«u will reac.i a most any oue. Coe s Dyspepsia Cur. has enaL.i d me lo eat auy thing I please, aud it is verr *ildoiu I now have to u e the Uieditine It relieved me in in instaut when I was m groat sain Mr whole system is being strung shened by itsiu.c . AMS K. BiUdOTT New Haven June29, 1864. lot orient to Travelers. Whiiejourneyingonthe cars, my stomach be came badly deranged, causing severs pain ifs my bean UuditbeeD ou the water it would have been called sea-sickness a lady sitting by me knowing my condition, icached out abott e saying’ “take a swallow." I did so and in less than live lull,etc*III) tr. uble was ended. J be iae-<ieiae was “Coe s Dv-pc-p-ia Cure, and Horn the eject it bad upon the siouinch, aud what J bare learned of it afnce.liibmk it must be an .xoeiDut nmedy for Sea-sickness and Dyspepsia. 1 „ .. , . , Tilts. 3A.MLKL FlEt-D. Madison, Jane 30th, 1864. ,, „ „ *ew U»vcn.Juneatb,l»64. \it.s.-rs. C c,. C-urk h C’o.~D«vtiirmr»: —1 uosire to tnuke known the almo-t inslauluneou, egucts of VV0*'* Oyepepnia Curt,” mtnti of :kolrra niortnu I had been lor twenty lour hours purging et the stomach eud bowels, every fifteen minutes. I went into your drug store to procure some brandy as I had always been to.d that it mu a good remedy tor Dysentery. My pill id face and my weakness at once attracted tec attention ol the elerk in chare, aud he asked me at once -what is the matter'” 1 replied : ”> have been lortwentry-lour hour* vomit, lug anu purging, and i am unabie to stand or walk from weakness, and this deadly sickness at my stotm , ach e upiftaiy pro-rates me.” lie produced a bot tle ol Coe s Dyspepsia Cure, saying, • take a large swallow of that; it Isuow 11 o a|ook, takeu another after diuuer.’" !• rom he moment I took that first dose of tUn 1 medicine m> sickness at stomach was gone—its effect was inateuid&pcus. In an hour 1 eat mv dinner si h as good a relish a. e,,r hungry man partook, (as 1 was well c eared out of feed., jmd followed by a teaspooniui ol cure. I have not .nifcrcj a particle ot Inconvenience siuce I Cok the remedy. ,nlt.‘i*£tili'i‘i,'a“..®0.w.. Ull'rlul »1K| »» immediau. I that J could hardly bell*re the evidences of my owu sense, and ! desire to paidicly make known these facts,thatthewuolo world may avail themselves ot itsu.-c. LikeVeud, it tliculd find a place in every on. s house, and I believe that no one should go awey from some withcut a bottle of it I., his pocket orwheroitc uld bv quickly mad^ available frulyyours, yivlD. L. DkakK. Ons '\f the . teeriry-kre. .. „ „New Uaven.July lnh, M ’ Mu Co*_S,r.-Havii,g been treat,led with the Dyspepsia for some eight or twelve mouths. I have taken the u.-uol kiudsofmedicin-s, which have done me no good. I saw your attortisement of a medi ome to cure the Dysponsi*. I have tried it, and found it to be tu u medicine The «rst 1» dram, the vth ol June.) that 1 took, relievtd me iu one minute I have takeu jt three or lour time#, but have had no di tressinK iccnog in mv «tcm*ch since taking the first 16 drops; although before, I could no« oat a mci no "ore tuan three or four mouthful!* w thout distressing me He»pcct!uHy, J. jr. WOODttLFk'. 4t „ .. Mow Haven. .Tune 11th. 19t* Me. toz-/>tar Sir.-The bottle of Dyspepsia Medicine i received from you. gave instantaneous rcliel. 1 only ; h#d it when my food diHtrerncd in*. It was about like taking two d-seji to-day, one to- ! marrow, then every other day, increwdugihe ,10*11 t tv of lood and -decreasing the medioine.untll I waa , enabled to eat without taking anything at all. My caav was an extreme one, having suffered for seven l years. 1 new consider cij>ell cured. and by using ouiy one bottle of Ukedicfne in the spaee of two months. The doae was a teaaptxiofbl, ft. Allkv. I Sold by Druggists iu city and country, every- i where. 7 J Price $1.00 per llotlle. Orders by mail, from either dealers or consumers, promptly attended to. C. G. CLARK A CO. Wholesale Druggists, A>«r Haven. Conn., proprietors. Sold in Portlund by W. F. Phillips. H U. H»y, j hud all other tladtvrs. msrchSvodlydi 1 MEDICAL. OK. J. B . HUOUGtl l OAB UB »OD»D AT BIB PRIVATE MEDICAL R00M8 No. S Temple Street, WHERE ho can be consulted privately, and with the utmost confidence by the afflicted, at all tours daily, from 8 a. x. to b r. x. Dr. U. addresses those who are suflering under the kffliction of private disease, whether arising troic ] mpure connection or tho terrible vice of sell-abuse. Devoting his ontire time to that particular Lrstn h o? he medical protosaiai# he feels warrant* <m t: i lmtbbimo ▲ Curb i« all Casiu*. whether of lorn landing or recently contracted, entirely removin die dregs of disease from the system, and making perfect and PERMANENT CURE He would call the attention of the afflicted to t fact of his long standing and well e&rnid reputati j rurnishiug sufficient assurance of his skill and suo jese. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Every intelligent and thinking person must know that remedies handed ont from general use shou t havo their efficacy established by well-tested expe- I ricnce in the hands of a regularly educated pbysi oiau, whose preparatory study fits him lor all the | duties he must fulfill; yet the country is flooded with uoor nostrums and cure-alls, purporting to be the best in the world, which are not only cstiess. but al ways injurious 1 he unfortunate should be pari k • ular in selecting his physician, as it is a lamentable yet incontrovertable act that many syphilitic ap tients are made miserable with ruined constitution* by maltreatment from inexperienced physicians in general practice; for it is a point generally conceded y the boat syphiiograph* rs, that the study and man agement of tneae complaints should engross the whole time of those who would be competent and successful in their treatment and cure. The inex perienced general praotitioner, having neither op portunitv nor time to make himself acquainted with their pathology, commonly pusrues one system oi treatment. In most oases making an indiscriminate use of that antiquated and dangerous weapon. Mer cury. * HAVE CONFIDENCE, AH who have committed an excess of any kind,* whether it bo the solitary vice of youth, or the sting ing rebuke of misplaced tonfidence in maturer years, SEEK FOR AN ANT ID O T IN SKA SON. The Pains and Aches, and Lassitude and Nervou* Prostration that may follow Impure Coition, are the Barometer to the whole system. Do not wait for the consummation that is sure to fol low, do not wait for Unsightly Ulcers, for Disabled Limbi, for Loss of Beauty and Complexion. BOW MANY THOUSANDS CAN TESTIFY TO THIS BY UNHAPPY EXPERIENCE. Young Men troubled with emissions in sleep, a complaint generally the result oi a bad habit in youth, treated scientifically, and a perfect cure war ranted or no charge made. Hardly a day passes but we are oonsulted by one or more young men with the above disease, some oi whom are as weak and emaciated as though they had the consumption, and bv their friends supposed to have it. All such c iscs yield to the proper and ! only correct course of treatment, and in a short time are made to rejoioe in perfect health. MIDDLE AGED There are many men at tne a*,* v. . . .. .. uoart troubled with too frequent evacuation* from the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting oi burning sensation, and weakening the system in • manner the patient cannot account ior. Ob exam ining urinary dep* sits a ropy sediment will often b« found, and sometimes small particiee of semen Of i albumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin 1 milki*h hoe, again changing to a dark and turbui appearance. There are maty men who die of this difficulty.ignorant of the cause, which it the SECOND STAGS OF SEMINAL WEAKNESS. I can warrant a perfect cure In such cases, and s full and healthy restoration of the urinary organs. Persons who cannot personally conau.v can do so by writing in a plain manner a descriptor of tbeir disease, ana the appropriate remedies will be forwarded immvdiately. All correspondence strictly confidential and will be returned if desired. Address. DR. J. B. HUGHES, No. 6 Temple St., (corner of Middle] Portland wrecn d SUmp fer circular. Eclectic medical Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. Dli aUGCtS particularly invite? all Ladles whe need a medical adviser, to call a: tis rooms. No 6 Temple Street, which they will find arranged fo: their especial accommcdatirn. Dr. H.'s Eclectic Renovating Medicinesareanrirol led in efficacy aud superior virtue in regulating all Female irregularities. Their action is specifio and ••rtain of producing relief in a short time. ^ A DIES will flndii invaluable in all cases of oh strnotions alter all other remedies have been t ried is ▼sin. It is purely vegetable, containing nothing is the least injurious to ihe health, and may he lakes with perfect safety at all times. Sent to any part of the country with f all direction; by addressing DR. HUGH Eh, Mo. 6 Tempio Street, corner oi Middle, Portland. U. B.—LADIr^: d .airing may consult cne of their own sox. A lady oi experience «a oon»tant attend ance. ianldfcwly 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 aud worthy their confldence,- net one of those secret compounds purposed to destroy i healthy action, 1 add a few testimonials from phys icians wLom all, favoring the Electric and Uclonncd Practice ot Medicine, respect. DK WII.LA Kl> C. GEORGE, formerly Professor in the Worcester Medical College, and President of the Electric Medical Society, Mass., speaks ol it in the following terms: *‘I have used the Female Strengthening for die* similar to that preparation by DR. GEO W SWETT. 10b Hanover Street, and 1 regard it as one of the best Medicines for Female complaiuu that can be found.” DK. J. KING, Author of ” Woman: Her Dis eases and their Treatment, ’ says: “This Medicine appears to exert a specific influ ence on the Lterul. it is a valuable agent in all de rangements of the Female Keproauctive Organs.” DK. SMITH, PTi sident of the New York Asso ciation of Botanic Physicians says: “ No Female, if in delicate health, shoud omit tht timely use of this valuable Cordial. 1 owe much ol my success in midwifery to the use of this Modi eine.” MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES The following from Dr. FAY is worthy your no tice : ** Asa general ramndv for Female Complaints thi. ‘ Cordial* is a very valuable dne, but by the Profc* I eion it is esteemed more highly for its good result during Confinement in relieving the great "uttering attendant upon childbirth. 1 acknowledge n it h Dr. Smith that much of my success in midwifery is due to the use of this medicine. It strengthen* both mother and child. In each case* 1 iollow the di rections of Prof. King, by allowing my (atiints to use it a few weeks previous to conlin* ment, as by the energy it imparls to the uterine nerrou* system the labor will be very much facilitated, and removes the straps which many teinale* are liable to. Kt woman, if she knew the great value of this Strength cniug Cordial would faflto use it.*’ 1 have received numerous testimonials from diff erent parts of the country where used. Knowing the good it is capable ofduing. 1 w 11 warrant every bottle of my “Cordial” to be satisfactory in its re sults. Xkf following vymptoms indicate those affection? in which the Female Strengtht«%*y Ceram ha* proved invaluable: indisposition to Exertion. Wakefulness, Laca-i ness, Depression of Spirits. Trembling. Loss of Power, Pain in the Back, Alternate (Thills, and Flushing of Heart, Dragging Sensation at the Lower Part of the Body, Headache, Languor. Ach ing Along the thighs. Intolerance of light am! Sound, Pale Countenance, Derangement ot the Stomach and Bowel*, Difficult Breathing, Hysteria Ac., As. It is a specific rcmvdy in all Uterine Diseas**, Chlorosis ol Green sickness, Irregularity, Painful ness. Profuse or Suppression of Customary Di« charges. I.eucorrhwa or Whites, Scirrhus of Ulcer ate Stau**he Uterus, Sterility, Ac No l etter T u«j»c cjn notably le put up than thi*. aud none less likely to do tierm, an.'l it is oompustu wholly ef vegetable agents, aud surti a* *e bar. known to be valuable, aud have u-ed for many years. PK1CE, One Dollar Per Bottle, or six bottle* for Should your druggist not hare it. send directly to as, aud when six bottles or more are oruer* J we will pay all expenses, and have it securely packed from observation. Be sure and get that prepared at the New England Botanic Depot, Ltd Hinover St. Boston. GEO. \V SWETT, M D., Proprietor. II. H. HAY, Agent, Portland* mehleodfim STATEMEKT OP THE £tna Insurance Company, OF UAKT»oai). COSH., On the lit day of Koverabor, A. D. 1S63, zs required by the Lawa of the State oi Maine. fhe Capital Stock is.91.600.0*0 and tviik ».\e zurylus is invested as foli.net: Rea! estate, uniucumb'red, *87,963 13 Cash in hand, on •lnyoskt, and in agents' bands, 116.960 r,6 United States Stocks, 612,347 50 ! State and City Stocks, and Town Bonds, 8^9.450 tX> Bank and Trust Company Stocks, 1,147,270 Mortgage Bonds, o2!,2ti0 00 1 Atlantic Mutual Ins. Co’s scrip, 1363-3, 16,&6 £4 ! Total Assets, *3,026.379 74 Amount ef Liabiiiiia* for Uosse? not due or adjusted, 7176.4118} Amount at risk, estimated, 115,616.479 C* rUOS. A. ALEXANDER, President. Looms J. Bardik, Secretary. Hartford, Nov. 7, 1963. J. C. CHURCHILL, Agent, No. 4 Iron Blocfe, Portland Pier. dec5 dtf Copurtsto^bip Notice. fllUE undersigned have ibis day formed a (\>;>art X nership under the name and style of Fling A Whittemore. aud have taken the store formerly oc cepi-'d by Henry Fling. No. 91. Commercial street, where they intend doiug a Commtaaion and >' hole itie business, iu leas. Tobacco. W. 1 oooda, uro oerics aud Provision^ liKUllT *• f 1^(* STEPHEN WU1TTKKORB. Portland Jul> 8 1664 dtf Notice. m u K under--ignfd be»ug, a portion of the persons i 1 named in Station 1st of an act entitled •• An act I to incorporate KewFn«Iand fit rew Steamship • Comrwny.'’ hereby give public notice that the first . a meet in r of said corporation fer the purpose ot or- s raui/adon. Mi 1 be held at the Portland aud New ! 1 i'ork Steamship Office, on Brown Wharf, t hurs- ! lay. September 16th, 1164, at 2 l-*2 o’clock. P M St. JCttN smith. t Jons B. Brow a, t Mark P. Furry. Phillip H. Brow sr, liKKRY Fox. Portland, Sept 1,1864 dtd MEDICAL. - -■ if I- *, f ‘ ’ - —■ . ~ 11 ML- l | Ilnur! Kliiir DR. WKIOHT’8 REJUVENATING ELIXIR! | UR, ESSENCE OF LIFE. 'ttEl’AHKli VKuM PURE VEGETABLE EXTBACTi OOMTAUUNU NOTHIBU INJURIOUS TO TUB MORT DELIOATB. TMUK Rejuvenating Elixir is the result of modern discoveries in the vegetable kingdom, being an entirely new and abstract method of cure, irrespec- 1 live of all the old aud worn-out systems. This medicine has been tested by the most emi- 1 Dent medical men of the day, and by them pronounc- ' ad to be one of the greatest medical discoveriee ol ' the age. One bottle will cure General Debility. A few doses cure Hysterics in females. One bottle cures Palpitation of the Heart. A few doses restore the organs of generation. \ From one to three bottles restores the manlines and full vigor of youth. A few doses restore the appetite. Three bottles cure the worst case of Impotency. A few doses cure the low-spirited. Out bottle restores mental power. A few doses bring the rose to the cheek. This medicine restores to manly vigor and robu , health the poor, debilitated, worn-down, and de pairing devotee of sensual pleasure. The listless, enervated youth, the overtasked men of business, the victim ot nervous depression, the ' ndividual suffering from general debility, or from weakness of o stay* organ, will all find immediate and permanent rebef by the use of this Elixir or Es sence of Life. Price ?2 per bottle, or three bottles for 85, and forwarded by Express, on receipt of mouey, to any address. 8old by all Druggists everywhere. DB. W. K. MERWIN & Co., 80LK PROPRIETORS, No. 6k Liberty-st., New York. CHEROKEE PILLS! SUGAR COATED. FEMALE REGULATOR. HEALTH PKE8EBVER, CERTAIN AND SAFE. For the removal of Obstructions, aud the lasuraue of Regularity in the Recurrence of the Monthly Periods. They cure or obviatethose numerous diseases tha spring from irregularity, by removing the rregniar ity Itsell. They care Soppressed,Excessive aud Palatal Men struation. They cure Green Sioknoss tChlorod*). They cure Nervous and Spinal Affections, pain* in the back and lower parts of the body. Heaviness. Fatigue on slight exertion. Palpitation o( the Heart Lowness of Spirits. Hysteria, Sick Headache, Gid diness. etc., etc. In a word, by removing the Irreg ularity. they remove the cause, and with it ALL the effect* that spring from it. Composed of simple vegetable extracts, they con tain nothing deleterious to nny constitution, how ever delicate—their function being to substitute strength for weakness, which, when 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 boxee for 96. Bent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of price. Bold by nil respectable Druggists. Dr. W. H. MEBWIN A Co., 80LE PROPRIETORS, No.58 Liberty-st.. New York. frbfcod Aoowly CAT A HR II ! -AWD NOISES IN THE HEAD! ! CCKRD BY IXIIALIXE .A. Harmless Fluid, OK AGREEABLE ODOR. NO VIOLENT SYRINGING Of tlie fiend. THE SENSE UP TASTE AND SMELL RESTORED Dll. U. GOODALtJl CATARRH REMEDY. Dr. Coodaie bii combatted Catarrh until h* ha* fought it down. It ha* b-.t u a tong war, bat hi* tri umph U complete. Through all coming time his Ca tarrh Ucau-dy will ba known as the only oue anti dote for a disease which superhcialisU have declar ed incurable. Cata rh doctors, so called, spring up like taushroons on all tidee. lhe object of these pocket practitioners is money. They use dangerous instrument*. Their violent manipulation* irritate the already inflamed membrane. They never cure. Dr. Goodsle's treatment is mcdiciual, not mechani cal. Ho does not believe in the force-pump system, which D working so much mischief, llis remedy pa.-see through the absorbents, to the seat of the die <'•••- end obliterates it. It does not reiiovt merely fur a day, but for all time. Lastly, it coets a dollar-* a bottle—no more. Dr. Do*lge Auburn N. T. After having witnessed the effects of this Kemedy in Catarrh, thus speaks ol it;—It is truly and un conditionally a lierculean SpA-cilie tor the whole du es*;. Mich an article ought not to be ‘hid under % bushel, ' sod anv man who can invent so truly an eihcient and positive a remedy for snch a loathsome disease, ought to be considered oue ( f the beueiac tori* of his race, and his name and the ( fleets oi hie skill perpetuated. Yours re*pectiu<N, D. L DODGE. A. M. Dliny Miiet. Ike teell-kuoten Traveller, And whose iamily phvsioian Dr Goodaie was for many years, save—“If l>r. Goodale says he san sure Catari h. be earn cure it. ' Ac Price SI bend a stamp for a pamphlet. Dr K UOODALF/S office and Dep«t , 76, Bleeker s’rest, one door west oi Broadway, Sew Toik. H U. Hay Agent for Portland. . June 2d, 1^03. junefldly Si'BOBOK Gxxuui/e Omen, I Washing! u City, June *4.1864. ) \\r ANTED- Surytms and Assistant burgeons u far the Colored Troops—C mix did at vs must be Graduates of some Regular Medical College, and must be examined by a Hoard or Medical officer* to i be convened by the burgeon General. The Board will determine whether the candidate will be ap pointed Surgeon or Assistant burgeon, according to merit Applications accompanied by one or mors te-r monials troni respectable poisons, as to moral character. Ae.. should he addressed to the Surgeon General, U. S. A., Washington, D.C , or to the As sistant aurgeou General, f. 8. A., Louisville, Ky. Boards are now la session at Boston. New York. Washington, Cincinnati, St. Louis, and New Or leans. Also wanted. Hospital Stewards for Colored Re* Intents. Candidates must possess a lair English Ed ucation, and be familiar with the compounding and ahtpeusiug of Medicines. Applications must bemad# as in the esse of burgeons ami Avia taut burgeons Compensation from 3 00 to $33 00 per month, with Clothing, ration*, fuel and quarters. JU8. k BARNES, Julyl-lawSm AoGng burgeon General. GRANT S COFFEE ft SPICK MILLS. enioth'AL bstabusuukst. J. Gr PL -rV INI T , Wholesale Dealer iu all kinds of CO FFEE, SPICES, kalirrulus X l’rt>:iia Tartar, Yew Cofee and Spice Mills. 13 <**d 15 Chum street, Portland, Me. Coffee and St ices put up 'or the trude, with any j i idrtws, iu all variety of packages, and warrant*d 1 * renruimnted. CoiTee roasted and ground for the irads at snort iQtice. SST’AU gcods entrusted a ;the owner** risk. iT'archlOdtf THE BOSTON PIKE BKICK tud Clay lietort Mannfactaruif Co., Work. 394 ederal .treat, Office andWatobauM II Liberty iquareand 7 Hatterymarch St, manufacture lire Irick. all .litpe* and .lie., for furnace, required to taoo the Bull hum brat al.o Furnace Block, I nd Slab., Locomotive Fire Block., Baker.' Oven nd Orceuhotue Tilea, Clay ft tort, and nece uart < iloatoxt them, Fire Cemeut, Fire Clay and Kaolin I The andenigned will (live their tpocial attention iat all order, for the above mauutaotur, ar. eavea* >d with prompts#... JAMES K MONO 4CO. SsiLisa A«»nt», U Liberty Square. Bortoa. mohjl and dm . .. . MEDICAL. M0IU5 TESTIMONIALS! m MRS. MANCHESTER U constantly receiving unsolicited tostimouhtis ot he atlomithimg curu performed by her. Among Bany roocntly received are the following, whieh are ummcnded to the notlco of the afflicted. Mr*. Man Ibester may be consulted at Ko.llClupp’> Block,Kcoiu No.6. A CASE or SPitiAL m.-L-A.-r Cl’8Kit this is to oertliy thatl went to »ee Mre. ManrhM erlfct Marsh with a danghier of mine troubled with pinal disease, for which the had been doctored tot Lve years, and by a number ot physician* ot Linds: and she bar bad twenty-one application* ilectricity applied, bat all to no effect; but she ton tonally grew wone. 1 cans* to the conclusion, he last reaort, to go and »ce Mre. Manchester, and l! f *o: and to my great surprise she told me tbt arst la o: disease, in.l how she had been from time in . v sioh ti.courafeJ me to try her medlcinee, i did to, and now my daughter is able to be arena 4 the house all ot the time. She also ridet ten or at teen miles without any trouble or leoonvcafcmut.imd I think tn a abort time she will be restored to perfect health. Since my daughter hM beta doctoring, I hare heard of a great many oasts that Mre. Manchti ter has cared. I think If any per on di-scrres pat. roaage,lit, theuuewhutrie, k, preserve the health Of the 810k and .afferijs and 1 know th.L she use* wll,hh Itee la her power to benefit her Sanaa L. Amour*. (sBoaoa kni am. Ansy K. Krisavt, __ , „ „ . tana kmoara. Mnmimck, Maim*, dap wet ktk. OUK or THM ORRATRATCl’RMS on RMCVR *"■ MABCBasTBa-Deur fflarfom.-lhiaking statement of my rk may U of sorrier to other* I similarly afflicted, I hastes to give tt to yoa. This la briefly my ease—I was taken safe about U i months ago with the Liver Complaint in a wry at .1 form. I applied to foar diflen :: physiciaus, bat ra> * solved no beneBt *ntll I sailed on yoa At tint time 1 I had given op badness. aad was ia a very bad • its, I bat after taking your medicine for a abort time I be» gaa to recover, aad la two moatha 1 was eatiraly well, and had gained aevcral poinds of flesh, sad :an truly say that by your .kill I am a perlbct^ heal* bi roan. jossra Dawia. •oeto*flUw Otf‘ t, ForUaaA, JT. A RRMARKABLR CURS Or A CASK Uf CSO arCURMDRT MBA. MASCHKATKR. This is to oertiiy that I have been cured oi Ibe Dropsy of fifteen year* standing by Mn Mane/■«*. ter I hare been to physicians in Bo*toa. New t ork and Philadelphia. They all told me that they scull do nothing for me, unless they tapped me, uad in sured me that by tapping 1 could live but a short time. I had made up my mind to go homo and live aa long as I scold with the disease, wd then die. 0* my way homo I stayed over night ia Portland with a friend of mine, and told them what my mind was a regard to my disease. They Anally persaaded me to go nod sec lire. Mnnebesier. She eiauiincd me and laid me my case exactly. I was so moeh astonished to think that siiu told am correctly, that I told her that I weald take her tnedb dace, not having the least huih that they would me any good, or that I should get the slightest rcliufl from any ooorse whatever; dually 1 took the ruodp olae aad went home Ia one week from the time 1 commenced taking the medicine. I had over thrafl salt one of water pass me in seven hour*; and my fat" 1 )V sufferers may be assured that It >t a great reilffl tome. I had not been able to lie down ia bed M Bight before this for two jmn. Sow i oca lie oar with perfect ease. I have taken her taedtelar eight mouth., aad aa aa well as nay man coaid t to be, aad ao signs of dropsy. I would advk that are siok to go aad oonsalt Mrs. Months. even if they have been given up by other pi Dolans. I have sor.t her a number of oasos ofeti, iiAaat.es, and she bus cured them also. G o and for yourselves. 1 had ao faith, bat now my faith cannot be ebaked in her skill ia telling and earing &**•*•■ CBAataeS H.-tutoa, Isua z. Habbos, _ _ fflABT A, &A1K0I, Baxter, Mas**, April Id. Oman Honan—Proa t A. M.tUi t P. M. septtT InAout*' edlj. Lvon s Periodical Drops THEGREATFEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! ABM BITTER THAU ALL Pill*, Powder* A Quack Preparations. Lyons Periodical Drops! Saro to do Gocd&nd cannot do Ham; LYON’S PERIODICAL DROI’S! The Great Female Remedy LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ABB BBTTBBTBAB ALL PILLS,PUWDBR3 J- QUACK PREPARATIONS LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARE SURE TO DO GOOD AMD CAMMOT DO HARM. Lyou’s Periodica! Drop* THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDT. Lyon’a Periodical Drops ARM RRTTRM Til AX ALL PILLS, POWDRRR AJTD QUACK MRDICIXMR. Lyou’s Periodical Drop* Are Sure to do Good anil cannot do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Clreai Female Remedy. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS AM liTTH TlAN ALL Pills, Powders and Quack Preparation*. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS 8UKK TO DO ttOul) AND CANNOT DO HAMM Lyon’s Periodica! Drops THK QBlAT FKMALI 8IMIOT Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are better than all Pill*. Powders, And Qnack Preparation*. Lyon’s Periodical Drops, Sure to do Good and cannot do Harm. Price, *1 per Bottle. For Ml* by all DruggieU. At whole.*!* hr W. F • ! rtUUipo, U. U. lUy 4 Co., Portland. *tn?H oodly American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPiNVI or NEW TORE. Onpiial #300.000, BelUiap, MerchuedUf. Us«w> hold Familiar*. Krai,. U„r,. Vrr »'!• •« Storks. aid ulhrr Per »a»l Pro: orty at tut Low • *i trios. SAMVEL BROWN, President. WILLIAM RAYNOR. Secretmr. EDWARD SHAW Agent, Iwi Middle Street. eetYT lyeod MAINE INSURANCE CO. Augusta, Eiiiue, 11UE Maine Insnranee Company In,are against . loss or damage by Fire, Buildings, Mervbaa iie and Furniture, „u terms a, favorable as It eaa • lonebv any solvent Company. Policies Issue* »r Oue, Three, or Five years. J. L. CUTLER, President. 1. H. WILLIAMS, Secretary. 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