Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, 10 Eylül 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated 10 Eylül 1864 Page 4
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PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS. Navy Department, Bureau of ^ ardb and Docks, Aug. 22, 1864. CibALtl) Proposals for each cl**? separately en dorseo “Proposal* tor Class No ' name the class) tor the Navy Yard at (aamo the yard)" will be receiv ed at this oflics until the lVth September next, at 1 o’clock P M.. at which hour the openiug of the bid* wjfi be comiueuced, b*r furnishing and delivering at ftie several uavy yard* named, the materials and ar ticles embraced in printed schedules,which with lull instructions, will be furnished on application, and seutby m«i), it so requosted to persons desiring to oiler to contract for any or all of the classes named therein, by the commandants of the several navy yards for the classes for the yards under their coin* maud, or by the navy agent nearest thereto, or by th** bureau for any or allot the yard*. To prevent conj'asiou amt imstaLcs •* seattna the ofert, no bid will be received which ooatains class es for more than one yard iu one cnvelojK?; nor any bid which is not perfect and complete in itself ac cording to the forms of offer aud gu«*antee, aud each individual of a firm must sign the bid and con* Bidders are hereby cautioned and particularly no tified that their offVrs must bo iu the form hereinaf ter described, and be mailed in time to reach their destination be lore the time expires for receiving th«m; no bid trill be consider ext which shall be re ceived after the periotl stated, and wo allowance will be unuU J'or failures qf the mailf All offers must be accompanied by a certified oopy of the bid ders license. m To guard against offers beiog opened before the time appointed, bidders are reqnested to endorse on the envelope, above the address, and draw a line un der the endorsement thus: “Proposals for Class No. (name the class) for the Navy \ ard at (name the yard.)" To the Chief of the Bureau of Yards and Docks, Washington, D. 0. Instructions and forms of offer, with copies of the laws bearing on the subject, will be furnished by commandants ofyard*,navy agents,and the Bureau, on application to all or either of them. Portsmouth, A. 11. Class No 1 bricks ;clai-s N'o2 stone;class Noli oak and Lard wood; class No 6 white pine, spruce, juniper, and cypress: class No 7 Him, Lair and piaster; cfes? Nob ci‘iu?m; class No y gravel and sand; class No Vi moulding aud fire sand and flte clay; class No 10 state; class No 11 iron, iron nails aud spikes, class No 12steel; class No 18 pig iron; ciais No 14 files; class No 16 paints, oils and glass; class No 16 ship chandlery; class No'7 hardware; class No 1 h sta tionery; class No IVfire wood; class No 80 bay and straw; class No 21 provender; class No 22 charcoal; c.ass No 28 belting, packing and hose ; das* No 24 sperm and lubricating oils; class No25 iron castings; class No 26 augers; da*« No 27 Anthracite ootI; class No 29 Bituminous Cumberland cosd;clast No SI cop per and composition nails; class No 32 machinery and tools; class A cemrnt paint. Poston. Class No 1 bricks; class No 2 stone; class No 6 P**.an<* hard wood; das* No 6 white pine, spruce, juniper aud cypres*; das* No. 7, Lime, hair and plaster; das* No 8. Cement; class No. V. travel and •and ; class No. 9j. kfou'dfngand Are sand and tire « iron, Iron nuke,and nails: claw No. 12. SWel^claaaNo 18 Pig irou : clauKo 14 Kile, elaw No. 18. Pamts oil- and glass ;ila*s No. 16 Ship, chandlery; class No. 17. Hardware; clas»«No 13. Stationery ; class No. 19. 1 irewood ; class No. *1 llay and straw; claas No. 21. Provender; claaa No 22. Charcoal: class No. 23. Belting, packiug and hoae; class No 24. Sperm ami fabricating oils; class No. 26. Iron castings: class N... 26. Augers; class No. 27. Anthracite ooal; class No 23. Bituminous Cum berlaud cool; class No. 80. Semi-Bituminou., Broad lop ooal and Picton; class No. 82. Machinery and Hails: class A, New joiner shop; class B. H. B. Smith’*patent boring an*! mortising machine. New Tort. t lass No. 1. Brieha: class No. 2. Stone; ciasa Nc., Ij, Stone; claat So. 4. Yellow pine lumber; class’Ac 6 Oak and hard wood; elasaNo. 6. Whito pine •pruoe, juniper and cypress; claas No. 7. Lime, uair, and plaster;elasa No. 8. Cement; elasaNo.8. O' ravel aad sand; class No 8J. Moulding aad fire sar.d and Are clay; class No. 14 Slate; class No. 11 Irc.n, iron spikes and nails; class No 12. 8tecl; ciasa No 18 Pig iren; class No 14 Kilos; clast No. 16. Paints, oils and glass; class No. 16. Ship chandlery; e'ess No. IT. Hardware; class No. 18. Stationery; clsai No SO. Hay and straw; class No 21 Provender; clatsNo 22 Chereoal; class No. 23. Belting, packing and hoae; class N o. 24. Sperm and lubricating oils; class No. 26. Iron work piping, kc class No. 26. Augers : c ass No. 27. Ahthracite coal; class No 30 Semi bituminous. Broad topcoat; class No 31. Copper aad composition nails, class A. lire truck, kc. PMlailelphia. Class $o. 1. Bricks; class No. 2. Stone; class No. 4. Yellow pine timber ; claas No. 6. Oak and bard wood; class No. 6. White pine, spruce, juniper aud cypress; class No. 7, Lime, hair and piaster: crass No 9 gravel and sand; class N oil iron.iron spikes and nails; clast 12steel:classNol4 files ;cliwNol5 paints, oils aud glass; clast No 16 ship chandlery; class No 17 hardware; class No 18 stationery; class No 19 Irewood; class No22 charcoal; class No 23 belting, packing aud host: class No 24 sperm and lubricat ing oils; class No 2<i aug-rs; class No 27 Anthracite ooal; class No 90 Semi-Bituminou-, broad top ooal; class No 32 machinery aad tools; claas A bilge water lndioaton; ciasa B spark arresters; class C pitch boose. Naval Asylum. Clast Nc 1 clothing; class No 2 hats, boots, tboot kc: class No 8 provisions; class No 4 groceries; alaas No 6 dry goods: class Nod bread kc: class No 7 to bacco ; class No 8 coal: clast Ko 9 paints, oils, glass, kc: clast No II lumber; class No 12 firewood; claas No 13 provender; claw No 14 Miscellaneous; class No 16 hardware; class No 16 stationary. KaitisyfM. Class No 1 bricks; chut No 2 stone; class No 4 yel low pioe lumber; class No 6 eak aud hard wood claw No6 white ploe, spruce, juniper and cypren! class No , lime hair and pluter; clast No 8 cement; class N o 8 gravel and sand; class No 91 moulding and fire sand and tireclav; class No 11 iron, iron nails and apikes: clas. No 12 steel; ciasa No 13 pig iron; cla-s No 14 Hies; olaas No 16 paints, ails, and glass; class No 16 ship chandlery; class No 17 hard, ware; class No 18 stationery ; class No 19 firewood, claw No hay and straw ; class No 21 provender; Class No 22 charcoal; class No 23 belting, packing aad sperm aud lubricating oils; elasa ooal; eliw No 29 Bituminous Cum, beriand coal; claas No 32 machinery and tools. Norfolk. CiaM No 1 bricks; class No S yellow pine timber ; class No 4 yellow pine lumber; class No 5 oak and hardwood; elaM No 6 white nine, spruce, juniper aud cypres*: class No 7 lime, hnfr and plaster; olas* No 8 cement; clan* No 9j moulding aud fi re sand and fire clay; ciasa No 10 slate; clas- No 11 iron, iron •pikes and Mila;clans No 13 pig iron; claaa No 14 fling; elaait No 15 paints, oil* au<J **««*: e7u»* No W •hipchandlery; e!a*ft No 17 hardware; claas No 13 stationery; c*asa No 19 firewood: class No 20 hay and straw; cia«sNo 21 provender; class No22 chareoal; claas No S3 belting, packing and hose: claaa No 24 sperm and lu briea tine oil; claas No 26 augers; claaa No 27 Anthracite coal; class No 29 Bituminous Cum berland coal; class No fiO 8cmi-Bituminous broad top coal lump; cla« No 81 copper and composition nails; olaas No 82 macklner - and tools; class A sash os, glased. Pewsoco/a, /7a.* Class No 16 ship chandlery ; daea No 17 hardware; elasa No 18 stationery; claas No 19 firewood; claaa Nc 20 hay and straw ; class No 21 provender; class 24 sperm and lubricating oils; elasa No 20 augers; •la** No 27 Anthracite ooal; c1*m No 29 Bituminous Cumberland coal; class 82 machinery aud tools. Aug 27—lawlw FR-OIPOS^LS VOX UXCTI34I TUX Custom House at Portland,Maine. T&KABl'JLY Dkpaktxkvt. I August 26, 1864. f PROPOSALS will be received at this department until the first October 1864, at l‘i o’clock noon, for the construction ot the C u<tom House au thorized to be eroded at Portland, Me, according to the plausand specifi cat ions prepared at this Depart ment; said proposal* to b« either tor the whole building, er separate for different kind* of work : the Department reserving the right to reject or accept the oroposals hereby invited, or any part thereof, whdfe it deems the interest of the United States re quires it; the Department also reserving the right to exclude the bid of auy person or persons, whom there i* Just cause to believe will uot laithfully per form the contract. Also all bids that upon investi gation are below a fair price lor the work. Bids will uot be received in gross, and the Depart ment haring prepared a schedule oi the approxi mate quantities or each ki^d of work and material required, (which schedule may be had at ths office of the Supervising Architect, Treasury Department) the bidder will be required to affix his prices thereto for such articles and kinds of work as he proposes to bid for, and then carry the whole out in one gross amount. Ninety per cent, of the amount of the work done and material delivered according to contract price, (said amount to be ascertained by the estimate of an Agent ot the Denartmtnt appointed ior that pur jH»e)will be paid from time to time as the work pro gresses, and too per cent, retained until the comple tion or the contract, and ac ptauce ot the work by the Agent aforesaid, and be forfeited in the event of the non-fulfillment ol the oontract. Contracts will be awarded only to Master Builders aud Mechanics, and the assignment thereof, extent bT •»■*•“* »f Secretary ol tUe Treasury, will be . forfeiture ol the Mine. Each propose] must be accompanied by a rtisran tee. stgued by Iwo responsible person., (certified to be eo by the Lnited States Dietrict Judge or Attor “•* ol MidDistrict!, in tbe sum of ai.i 30,00 for the » prODortlonate amount If for any part, that the bidder will, when required, if hi, pro posal b«- accepted, enter into a contract and bond with . u Helen t sectu .ties for it. faithful performance PoriBi of the bond and ceriidcate required; also the plaus, apeciiicatjons and working drawing- will be furnished on application to the buperei.ln» il clnb-ct of the Department. * No bid will be considered, unless it fully comnliA* In all its details with the requirement* ot this adv*r tisement. wr* I he Proposals mutt bo sent to this Depart me ni, ad dressed to Isaiah Rogers, Supervising Architect and plainly endorsed : * “Proposals for the Portland Custom House." Proposals will also be received at the same time for tne old Custom lioiue building and materials therein, (the four granite columns on Fore a*root excepted) to be removed witkin sixty (60) days lrom dais of the award, and in case the saie of the same be awarded to the successful bidder for the new Cus tom House, the amount of same will be taken a* part payment of his contract. ISAIAH ROGERS, Sept2—dtd tnperytain* Argkitact. To Wood Dealers and Lumbermen. 10,000 Cords M ood nnd Logs M auled. TJHOPOSAL8 are desired for cargoes of the fol H J0*in8 »‘M>ds. vix.-YVhire or ( auadiaa l’oplar, v«.? re . Am—ric.o l.lndtn, Beech, 1 ellow Birch, aud YY’l-.ite or Hed Elm and White bpnioe—all to be «ound and merchantable .i. , ” “W b» made to furnieh by ,thc cord, or in the log of 6 or 12 or 16 foot long, f rom 6 inches in diameter upward, to bedelivered on narigable water lo^d®d ■*“« *»*• Parties Pl?.M?-*l“*tb«fcl°d wood, and the amount they »^r» lhey wish to deliver for ship losprAi, who n it will be delivered there, and the to cou't^? pric* percurd Of 1000 feet, a, they desire pleaae aUdre^ wti<:al»r,. or sending propoaalt, Treasurer American Vfood'jqJp,., Company, Au*23—dSm 3'rovideuoe, B I. Dissolution “ fll HE copartnership heretofore,, , . I the utidoragucd, is, by mutual V.’..* *»tween dissolved. 3 mutual couaeut, hereby All person, indebted to the concern .<» , settle immediately, and all having demin'd. .p ?Me said Arm w ill please present them lor settleinln,'®*1 A M S.wiTu will continue the busing « .,?e Vo, etaud, No. 171 Pore St., as heretofore. ,b® ®ld 1 • C. Lkvib, “■ l’ortlaud, Sept, j, 1661. ^pTd2WM' b!€'iTU' MISCELLANEOUS. _ • THE DAILY PRESS, i-alork power JOB PRINTING OFFICE, N. A. FOSTER & CO., Proprietors, Fox Block, 82 1-2 Exchange St., PORTLAND, ME. _ * Attention is respectfully invited to our unrivalled facilities for executing in THE BEST STYLE OF THE ART, Every description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. Our KstabUshrocnt 1. furnished with aU th. ap : proved MODERN MACHINERY, And our collection of \ Book and Fancy Types Will bear lav or able comparison with auy establish ment iu the city. Business and Professional Cards, |Of every variety, style and coat, PRINTED AT SHORTEST NOTICE. | Bill-IIeads Killed and Cut in the Neat est Manner. K- . » t • _______ BLANKS AND BANK CHECKS,) Of .vary ilu:rlpliou executed iu the beat style. Hall road, and other Corporation Work, dune With promptness and fidelity. INSURANCE POLICIHR, BILLS OP LADING, TIME TABltlf.S, and all sorts ol LEGAL DOCUMENTS, at short nutsM. Semen, leports, and all kiada of Pamplileli, Put up in superior stylo. Bronzed and % Colored Labels* For Apothecaries. Merchants, and Fancy Dealers got np in the best style of the art. "Weddino- O ax-ds, Notes if Invitation, Visiting Cards, Lists qf Dan ces, etc., etc., qf every variety and cost, furnished at short notice. LARGE POSTERS, Han<l-bllltt, Shop-bills, Progum met, Circulars, And plain printing of every description. Also, RuD uad AMgars work, executed needy, and on terms that caunot fail to satisfy. THE DAILY PRESS Printing Office has one of Roper’ Improved Calorie Engines tor motive power, and is furnished with improved and costly Presse#—Cylinder and Platen— from the most celebrated makers. We have in con stant use one of HOSTS LARGE CYLINDER PRESSES, capable of throwing oil 8500 Sheets an hour; one ox Adam's Power Presses—the best book press in the world; Adam’s and Potter's Past Machine Job Presses; Buggies’ superior Card Pres; i Adams’and Union large Hand Presses, Stand/n* i Presses, aud all the machinery necessary for a well appointed office. I The Daily Press Job Office is believed to be as well fhrnished as auy similar establishment in the State. I Those sending order from the country may rely on receiving prompt attention. We execute ail orders in the shortest possible time and iu the neatest and best manner. We will do all kinds of printing as well and as promptly, and as cheap as auy other establishment ! In the City, County or State. All orders for Job Printing must be directed to the Daily Press Job Office, No. 82} Exchange street, 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 employs only well-skilled mechanics in this department of his work. The Portland Daily Press, The largest d»i!y paper cut of Boston, sod hxvlng a lamer circulation than all ih- nikar ^atuu i. «k. city combined, is published at the Offioe in Fox Block, 82 7-2 Exehssnue Street, every morning— Sunday excepted, at *s,uu per annum. THE MAINE STATE PRESS, The largest paper iu New England, eight published every Wednesday, containing all tho news by mail and telegraph, Important reading matter. Marine List, Market Reports, Ac.', of the Daily Brett,at the following prices, yii Slagle cepy, ewe year, Invariably la adraace.62.00 Subscriptions solicited. Agents wanted in every town, l’ostmasters requested to act as agents. N. A. FOSTER A Co., Pxorxnm>u. Portland June 1, 1864. dtf JAMES EDMOND & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 13 LIBERTV SQUARE, . . BOSTON Are prepared to order ut favorable rates. COLT NESS and GLENUAKNOCK PIG IRON, Also, BAR, SHEET, 8 BOILER PLATE IEOH, of English and Scotch Manufacture. Weahalleontinue to receive, in addition to our Americau Brick, a regular supply of ENGLISH. SCOTCH, A WELCH FIRE mehll eodfiia ijvtkkaatio* a i- i Fire Insurance Company! Of -Vets York, Offic, 113 Broatlway. CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000. WM. E. WARREN, President. HAMILTON BRUCE, Vico President GEORGE W. SAVAGE, sectary. 'Portland Board of Pefertnces: U,T I **?' *»». Hxbsxy Fi.irroan A Co. ' *• Lluuy Go. Jou* Lyxch A Co. andA'rronjr^'m, ,hi?Ti?* b®*“ »PP°l*><«d A.iikt to iRsne Policies on WaSTa*' “ Pr,,',are<1 rates. ‘aeurable Property at current Kr*Portland Ogee, 1M Bore Street. ^uns.lJ^ "; *«“«• Seizure of Cioo«|a NOTICR ts hereby given that the y’-, scribed goods were ,sired at this ,dhe' days hereinafter mentioned, for a vlofitmiTe -June 34. 1864, osTu,r°o'* steamer from St. John, N. B., 1 bbl Whisk.* 5 eases Wiue(of 12 bottles eachi July 16 r-,P • " board brig Thos. Conner, 2 bbls Molasses', Julv i 1864. on board a team 1 bbl. Sugar, 1 hag Sugar Auguif tth, 1864. od boa'd brig Martha A Berry', i bbl Molasses. August 11,1864, on board l.rig Cal muck 2 bbls Molasses August 10, 1864, on board brig C. H. Kennedy 4 bbls. Molasses. Any person or persons, desiring the same, are re quested to appear and make such claim, within nine ty days from the day «f the date hereof: otherwise the said goods will bs disposed of iu accordance with the act of Cong: es, approved April 2, 1844. 1. WASUBL'HN, Jb., Collector. Sept 2—dlaw3w participation! Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company. This Company will Issue PoMce* to he free after the payment of six, eight or ten Premiums at the option of the insured and at rates as low as any othei Company. The issue of Free Policies renders it at O yeast equal If not superior to the participation ■ span let. Offioe No. 101 Middle8t. CHARLES HOLDEN, Free. i Fab 11 dfcw tf, i RAILROADS. FOR CHICAGO. MILWAUKIE. Ami all parts of the West. IXCtBSlUN tlCUtfl N CHICAGO. ULWltUI, And all other points at the WEST, SOUTH «fc NORTH WEST, For sale at the reduced rates of fare at the Union Ticket Office, 31 Exchange St., W. D. Little, Agent. Juue24dtf m reduceOitesT MIFOKTANT TO TKAVELEBU -TO TDM West, North West & South West! W. 1J>. LITTLE. IS Agent lor all the great leading routes to Chica go, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit. Milwaukie, Galena, Oskosh, St. Paul, LaCrosse, Green Bay, Vfumcy, 8t. Louis, Louisville, Indianapolis, Cairo, etc., etc., and is prepared to furnish Jubuuuh Ik'kktb from Portlaud to all the principal cities and towns in the loyal btates and Canadas, at the lowest rates of fare, and all needful information cheerfully granted. Travelers will find It greatly to their advantage to procure their tickets at the Union Tieket Oliice, 31 Exchange Street, (UP STAIRS,) W. D. LITTLE, Agent. tW* Passengers for California, by the Old Line Mail Steamer and Panama Railroad', may be secured by early application at this oliice. Tickets to Montreal and Quebec and return (via the Grand Trunk Railway) may be obtained at this agency on favorable terms. may26d&wtl GBAUD THUNK RAILWAY Of Catiuda. bLILMKK AKKA.NUl.MKNT. gHHB On and after Monday, June 27, 1864, ■K9pH trams will run dally, (Uundaye enoept •d) until further notice, aa folio we: Up Train*. Leave Portland for leland Pond, Montreal and QueLec at 7.00 A. a. and 1.26 F. a. Down Traina. Leave leland Pond for Portland, at 6 30 A. a. and 916 F. a. The Comnanv are not reuoonalhla for t. any amount exceeding *6o in value, and that per sonal. unless notice is given, and paid for at the rate of one paeaeuger for every A60u additional value. C. J. BUY'DGE8, Managing Director. H. BAILEY, Superintendent. Portland, June 25. 1864. nov6 POKTLANU AND KENNEBEC R.B. SPUING k SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 25, 1864 qsMH Passenger train, leave Skowhegan (Or aud Boston, at 6.43 A. M., Au gusta, A. M. and Bath D IO P. M. Ausu.ia tor Portland and Boston at 6.80 A, sc.; Bath 6.30 A. Portland for Bath, Augusta. Waterville, Kendall's Mills and Skowhegac, at 1.10 P. M. Portland for Bath and Augusta 6.16 P. M. Passengers for scationeon the Androscoggin Ball road will change cars at Brunswick. The 1 19 P. M. train from Portland connects at Kendall s Mills with Maine Central Railroad for Bangor, Ac., arriving same evening. Stages leave Ba.h for Rockland at 8 A. M. and 8 P M. Stages leave Augusta for Belfast at 4 P. M. Stages leave Skowhegan at 6 10 P. M. for Anson. Solon, Ac. Through Tickets for all the stations on this and the Androscoggin Railroad, can be procorred In Boston nt the Eastern or Boston aud Maine atatloas. B. H. GU8HMAN. Superintendent April 18, 1664. y apMtf York * Cumberland Kail road. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. On aud after HONDAT, April 1th,, 1664, trains will leave as follow#, until further notice: Saco River for Portland at 6.46 (Freight Train with Passenger Gare) and #.16 a. m., ana 3.30 r. m. Leave Portland for Saco Kiver, 7.46 a. m. and 2.00 and 6,20 r. v. The 2.00 r. u. train out, and 6 46 ▲. m . train into Portland, will be freight train# with passenger car# attached. Stage# connect at# Saccarappa daily for South Windham. Windham Center aud Great Falla. At Gorham for Wre#t Gorham, Standiah. Steep Fall#, Baldwin. Sehago, Bridgton, Diram, Liming ton, Cornish, Denmark, Browndeld. Lovel. Frye burg, Conway,Bartlett, Albany, Jackson and Ea ton, N. H. At Buxton Center for W'e#t Buxton. Bonney Ea gle, South Limingtou, Limingtou and Liuericx. At Saco River tri-weekly, for Hollis, Limerick, Oasipee. Newlield, Parsombticld, Effingham, Free dom, Madison, Eaton, Cornish, Porter, Ac. Fare# 5 cent# lea# when ticket# are purchased in the Office, than when paid in the Cara, DAN. CARPENTER, Supt. Portland April 7,1864.dtf RUING CENTHAL BlILBOAD^ SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Trains j'wve Portland. Grand Trank HKSH^tation, *'or Lewiston and A ahum, at 7 A. M. For Bangor and intermediastations at 1.26 P.M. RETURNING—leave Lewistcn at6.20 A. If., and arrive in Portland at 8.30 a. m. Leave Bangor at 7.80 A. M.. and arrive in Portland at 2 16 p. m. Both the#e trains oonneot at Portland with trains for Boston. Freight train leaves Portland at 8 A. M., and re taining is due inPortl&nd at 1 p. w. •tages connect with trslne at principal staMoas, Sally for most of the towns North and East of this Unc. C. M. MORSE.Sop't. WatervUle, November, 1S6S. deol4 PORTLAND, 8A( O A PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. SUMMER A R RAM O EM ENTS, Commencing April 11th, 1664. CWA|K] Passenger Trains will leave the 8ta K9i non, canal street, daily, (Sundays ca ceptsd 1 as follows Leave Portland for Boston, at 8.46 A. a. and 1.68 r. a. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.80 a. m. and 8.09 P. H. Loave Portemoath for Portland, at 10.00 a. ■. and 6.80 r. a. These Gains will take and leave passengers at way it At inn a FroigHt train# leave Portland and Boston daily. FRANCIS CHASE, Superintendent. Portland. Oct. 90.1869. 008I edtf County ot C umberland. 1 KEAHl'RL-R'# OFT1CX, AUg., 1864. STATEMENT ot t osts of Criminal Prosecutions, allowed by the Supreme Judicial Court, at the July Term. A. D. IWa, made in conformity withthe require uieuts of an act of the Legislature'of Maine, out it led "An Act relating to Fines and Cost# of Crim inal Prosecutions,” approved March 27th, 1S68. * h - fi |I |l Prosecutions. »S‘n © 4-0 >• j ^ a cc«• General Bill, *16 36 State v«. Nehemiah C. Rice, 3 74 S.J.C S.J.C. Jan«e* Nowlan. 3 74 44 44 Frederick M. Libby,3 74 “ 44 Certain intoxicating liquors claimed by J.F. Abbott, 4 02 Mun.C. “ Jas.Bradley Jr.sppt, 4 22 44 4* Richard R. Duddy app't, 4 22 44 Isaac Stevens. 3 62 4 4 44 inhabitants ol Cum berland. 5 18 S.J.C. 44 Thos. Cartel ton alias Charles Smith. 13 36 44 44 Aliuou L. Emery, a 74 44 44 Same, 3 74 44 44 James Devine, 3 02 44 44 Isaac IV. Clark, 3 02 44 44 Same, 3 62 44 44 KurBwell J. Carter &. Green lea 1C Lute S 10 Muu.C. 44 Peabody Kendand, 3 74 b J.C. 44 Same, 3 74 44 44 George S.Twombly,3 02 44 44 Daniel Brown, 3 74 44 44 Same, 3 74 44 44 Same, 3 74 “ 44 Janie# Hall, 3 74 44 44 Wm. J. Harmon, 8 74 44 44 John Kennihon, 3 0 2 4 4 44 Margaret Wallace,1’.6 30 44 4* Sam’l H. Doten, 4 22 44 44 FrancisO.J Smith. 4 88 44 44 Richard |F Cuiu mine#, app'l, 3 74 44 44 Geo. W. St. John et al#. appt#, 3 74 44 44 Geo. Harris, 4 49 44 44 John Sullivan et. a s. 11 60 John Collins, 10 71 44 44 Same. 7 09 44 44 Nathan Cofliin. 14 07 44 44 Wm. A. Mitchell, is* 10 44 Same, 7 0# 44 44 Sam’ilhinget al#. 10 07 44 Same, 7 09 44 44 John O. Brion et al*. 10 89 Mun. C. 44 Chas. S. Kewhall, 36 70 44 44 Jaim * Graham, 10 74 44 44 Sami W Leavitt, 16 32 44 44 Nathan Coffin. 7 09 S.J.C. *• Wm. H. Marvin, 64 bo Trial Justice 44 Wm. McKenzie, 16 28 Muu.C. 44 Henry J. Morgan, 1*3 44 *' Same. 7 69 S. J. C. 44 Same. 7 69 *• Moui# Dearborn, 13 45 44 Marcia Richard#. 62 68 Mun. C. 44 Same, 7 49 S. J. C. %4 Frederick H. Weth erell, 18 68 Mun.C. Joseph A. Knapp 19 69 44 44 John Cannon et. ale. 8 29 44 /.adock Sylvester. 12 08 »>«U1G JTyeuppt, 18 74 Jleury a Johni,. 7 6# " -lolin Will. 45 73 “ “ Nehemiah jj. Mur phyappt. 1170 “ 44 / Oscar W. Small, 6 71 44 44 Patrick Dunbar, 6 45 “ 44 JS&54 97 THOMAS li MEAD, County Treasurer. Por Gaad, Ang. 26,1864. apl3<liawfcw3yc35 ‘OU’VI.AM) DKV DOCK C OMPANY. A Nn sessment of Eight Dollars per share on tbs £Y Capi tal Stock of the Company is now due aud . •yable a t the oflice of the Treasurer, 117 Commer ial street. C. M. DAVIS, Treasurer. July 3utL , MM.-4W STEAMBOATS. Portland and Penobscot River, Summer Aritiiiiieim'iit, THE NEW, STAUNCH AND COMMODIOUS STUAfflElt LADV LAVti, Built expressly for this route, CAPT. WILLIAM R. ROIX, Will commence her Sommer Ar rangement on MONDAY MORN ING, June 6th, Leaving Bangor ev ery Monday, Wednesday and Friday Mornings, at 5 o’clock. Returning will leave Railroad Wharf, foot of State street, Portland, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evenings, at 10 o’clock, connecting with the Eastern, Boston aud Main*-, aud Portland, Saco and Portsmouth Railroads, from Boston and Way Stations, leaving Boston at 3 o'clock, 1’. M. The Boat will touch at Kockl.nd, Camden, Bel fast, ltucksport, Winterport and ilampden, both ways. Passengers ticketed through to aud from Boston, Lowell, Lawrence, Salem aud Lynn. For more extended information, apply to J. O. Kendrick, Bangor; the local Agents at the various landings; the Depot Masters of the P. 8. & P., Eastern, and B. fc M Railroads; Abiel Soinerby, Portland; Lang & Delano, Boston, or CliAS. SPEAR, General Agent. June 4 —isdtf Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. One of the following tlrst-ciass Jtpm steamers of this Line vizPeruvian, Hibernia, North American, Jura, Bel AillMTalgian, Nova Scotian. Moravian, Da mascus, wui sail from Quebec, kvkky Saturday Morning. lor Liverpool via Londonderry. Also the steamers ST. David, St. Gsorgk, St. Amdrkw. 8t. Patrick, tri monthly from Quebec for Glasgow-. Prepaid and return tickets issued at reduced rates. For passage apply toli.AA. ALL AN, Montreal, or to J. L. FARMER, may 16dtf No. 10 Exchange street Portland. International Steamship Company. Eastport, Calais & St John. TWO TRIPS PER WEEK. On and after Monday, March 28, the superior sea-going bte&mer NEW’ BRUNSWICK, Capt. E. B. _Winchester, will 4eavc Railroad Whan, tool of State Stroet, every Monday at 6 o’clock P. M..and the Steamer NEW ENGLAND, Capt. E. Field, every Thursday at 5 o’clock P. M , for Eastport and St. John, N. B., connecting at Eastport with steamer Queen, for Robinson, St. An drews and Calais, and with Stage coarht-s for M& chias, and at at. John with steamers for Freder nor and Halifax, ami with the E. it N . A. K&iiroad for Shedi&c and all way stations. Returning, will leave St. John every Monday and I Thursday at S o’clock A. M., for Eastport, Portland ! and Boston. Through tickets procured of the Agents and Clerk on board Steamers. Freight received till 4 o’clock P. M., Mondays and Thursdays. mayfldtf C. C. EATON, Agent. Portland and Bouton Line. THE STEAMERS forest City, Lewiston and Montreal jfWS* Will, until farther notioo, run a, follow,: Leave Atlantic Wharf, Portland, every Monday, Tneaday, Weduoeday. 1 Imrwiay end Friday, at 7 o'oloek P. M„ and India Wharf, Bouton, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, at 7 o'oloek P. M. Fare in Cabin.S3.00 Freight taken as nstial. The Company are not responsible far baggage to >any amount exceeding $60 in value, and that person al, unless notioe is given and paid for at the rate of •ne passenger for every $500 additional value. Fob. 19.1868. dtf L. BILLINGS, Agent. Portland and New York Steamers SEMI-WEEKLY LINE. The splendid and fast Steamships "LOCUST POINT," Capt.. Wij.lktt, and "POTOMAC," Captain Shb& wood, Will,until farther notioe, run a, follows Leave Browns Wharf, Portland, every WEDNES DAY. and SATURDAY, at i P. M.. and leave.Pier 8 North River, New York, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 8 o'oloek, P. M. These vessels are titled an with Uns accommodations for passenger*, making this the most -peedy. safe and oomfortahle route for travellers between New York and Maine. Passage 87,00, including Fare and State Rooms. Good* forwarded fey this lino to and from Montreal, Saebee, Bangor, Bath, Aogosta, Eastport and St. ohn. Shippers are reqBested to tend their freight to the stenmers atearly as 8 P. M., on the day that then leave Portland. I For freight or passage apply to EMERY A FOX, Brown’s Wharf, Portland. H. B. CROMWELL h CO., Ho. 86 West Street. Hew York. DM. 8.1883. dtf FOR SALE & TO LET. House and Lot No. 31 Danfortli St., For Sale. EThe two and a half storied wooden dwelling House and lot, No. 81 Danforth St., contain ing ten good sized room*, with a bathing j room—piped for gas throughout—a turuac* that will heat every part of the house. Cistern lor rain water and u never failing well of drinking w*ter. Copper pump*, Itc. On the prem**e* are a good barn ana sbeds. The lot is about 126 by 44 feet. The house can be examined anv day from 10 A. M. till 5 T. M ., by calling on tbe subscriber who will furnish i particulars and terms of sale. J R BKA/.1EK, Ocean Insurance Company Building, No. 27 Exchange St. Aug. 3—dtf llouae ttud House Lots For bole, Located in Westbrook, about five minutes walk from the llorse Car* at Woodford’s corner. -• Also, the pleasantly located two - ^storv Dwelling House and Lot, re cently occupied by Mr. J. C. Remick. The lot con tain* about two acres, and is one of the !iao*t loca tions for a genteel residence to be found in the sub urbs of Portland, being less than two miles from tno Portland Tost Office, and commands a fine view of the city. For further particulars call on the undersigned at 21b Fore Street, corner Union Street. JyHdtf_BUT US DUNHAM. Dwelling House lor Sale. A two story dwelling house on Congress St. «;;i nearly opposite the oa*teHated Villa of 8. L. JfafealbCarlton. Eeq., and on the line of the Horse ivuuiuau 1UU IIIIUH- COUIM1UB UtUnetn DDlSDlHl j and is well adapted to accommodate two families, ! with seper&te out buildings, stable, &c , and a well of ater in the yard. A large part of the purohase money can lay on mortgage if desired This property will be offered at Auction on the first of August, ti not sold bolbr*. .. ALLEN HAINES. Portland, July 21, 1864. Provision Mort* lor Sale. fllHK Stock and fixtures of a Provision Store, i A favorably located in a thriving manufacturing town, on the line of U K., a few miles from Port land. This is a good chance tor a party with a small capital. Expense* small; reut only five dollars a month Wilrbe sold low for cash—change ot busi ness cans* of sale. Present quota of the town to be filled by enlistments. Call on or address immedi ately O. W BURNHAM, International Hou.v, Portland, Me. Aug. 28.1804 -dtf Land on Free street for Sole. riUlK valuable real estate on Free street, known A as the “Furbish property." The lot is about W6 feet on Free street and extends back about 174 teet. Said estate w ill be sold as a whole, or the easterly half of the dwelling hoaaa, with lot about 40 by 176 feet, will be sold by itself. Application may be made to Jame* Furbish, Esq. on tile premises, or to OEO.E. B. JACKdON. * julyldlf Exchange street. For Sals*. A SQUARE block of land, of about 73000 acres ol wood land, on the south ride of the river St. Lawrence, In Canada East It is i utercoeded by two considerable rivers with eligible Mill site. Well wooded with every description of timber, such as pine and spruce in large quantities, and maple, Lerch, beech, tamar&c uud ba*s woodtoauy amount Enquire of H. T. MA0-H1N, Portland. Portland, Fob. 1864 fcb26eodtf For Sale. - CLIFF COTTAGE, containing over 20 rooms .large stable and sheds—situated two and one-half miles from Portland, and the finest situation in Cape Elizabeth for a wa- i . — tt ring place, and summer boarders. For particular!- enquire or GEO. OWEN, ap7 dtf 101 Commercial Street, Portland. For Salt*. ONE half the three story brick Block, situated on Congress St., near the head of Park St., one ol the most desirable locations in the city. For par ticulars enquire of Mr. 8. C. Chase or C. C. Tolmau at F. A. Howard's under Lancaster Hall. Aug 8—dim* For Malt*. A TWO story House and Lot. situated on Port land street, with Stable and other out buildings. Also two adjoining lots containing about eight thousand square feet. Enquire of N. STEVENS, No. 47 Portland street. juno9dtf To Lei. TWO first c’a** tenements at the corner of Salem and brackett Sts.: also one tenement on Green St Inquire of JABEZ C. WOODMAN, Jr., Heal Estate Broker, 31 Exchange St., or NATHAN M W OODMAN. 28 Oak St. scp»6dtl House For Sale. A TWO story wooden house. No 18 Adams street, 11 finished rooms, convenient for two families plenty of good water. For particulars inquire o! B. J. WILLARD. Portland. May 14,1864. mayUoodtf To Let. FOUR Offices Single or in suites, over Stores Noe. 102 and 164 Ex chan go Street, opposite the Inter national Uoune. Apply oa the premises to jyidtf A. L. BROWN. To Lot. STORK now occupied by ns. Foueulon ylwc immediately. Al.o, a Front Oflioeln Han on Block. Ian8 dtf H. J.UBBKVat’O. To Lt‘». I1HE Store now oocopied by K. K. Little, under Mecbauio Halt. Enquire of C. F. KIMBaLL. aug2k _ Freble Street. To Let. ONK STORK in Galfa Block. Apply to H. T. MACIUH, a 1,2*1 d tf • House to Rent. Dwelling house no. 2 cotton street ■ Enquire of t t. UFH AM k SON. Septfi-tUH MEDICAL. FOK TUG NATION ! The World’* Great Remedy -XOR Dyspepsia and Indigestion ! AM) ALL I > 1 n c a « e s OX THK STOMACH AND BOWELS Prepared by the Proprietors of “Coe? 8 Cough Balsam” Dyspepsia is not only the sure forerunner of death but the companion of a miserable life. It has well been called the Nation's scourge; for more persons, both old aud young, male and letnale, suffer from its ravages, than from all other ailment* combined. It rob* the whole system of its vigor and energy, gives weariness and total indisposition to those once strong and active; renders the stomach powerless to digest the food, aud has tor its attendants, Headache, Heartburnf Constipation, Nausea at Stomach, and General Debility of the whole System, refusing its subjects a particle of nourishment or hearty food, without paying the penalty in the most agonizing distress, aud oftentimes complete prostra tion. To mtet the terrible ravages of this worst of all diseases, we have prepared "COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE" and we pledge our reputation npon our statement, when we say it will Po»itively Cure the Wont of Yon, not in * year—not in a month—nor in a week—but you .hall see it. beneficial influence at once- imme diately, and the day you take it. To you who have lived for year, upon (iruham Bread and plain diet, who dare not eat any thine the least-wiwf hearty— ** * I OVV...OO sue verviui UU» Ut'IUU HIM [HKIUCH food, and secondly for fear the distress it causes— rising and souring on your stomach, we*av sit down to your dinner, eat as hearty a iu**al as yon wish, and as soon as the food begins to dirtreon you, fol low it by a single teaspoouful of COE’S DYSPEPSIA CURE! AND IT WILL Relieve You Instantaneously. thus enabling you, by hearty eating, and the use of the euro alter each meal, (as often as the food dis tresses you, or fours on your stomach,) you will get ma very few days so that you can do without the medicine, except occasionally, and by tbe time the tirsMiottlo is nsed up, we will guarantee you free from Dyspepsia, and able to eat, digest and enjoy as hearty a breakia#t as you over sit down to in > our healthiest hours, and we will forfeit to you the price oi the bottle, upon your shewing that our statement is not correct. The medicine is powerful but harmless, and whilst a single teas(.oonfiil will at once relieve tho dyspep tic ruflerer, the whole bottle would not materially injure him, as it i* entirely vegetable and contains no opiates All class#* oi disease t hat have their ori f^in in a disordered stomach and bowels, are dispel* ed in tbe same Instantaneous way, by the use of COE’S DYSPEPSIA CUBE I AW ami Ague, Sick-Headache, Sickness ed the Stomach, ConMipaUan, Heartburn, Celic Paint «'• Stomach or Bonds, Dysentery, Vomit ing, a f eeling of Faintness ami Lassi tude, Want of Appetite, will not xml cannot exist where tho core It used — It remove* the diSMMOy removing tho oaunr not like Alcoholic Bitters which cover up your bad feel In*, lor a low moment, by their exnilaratiug effect* Beware olsncb remedies or beverage*, but in their place UM, a remedy that will restore the di.ea.ed Itiuction. to their normal condition, and set in mo tion the entire human mechanism in perfect har mony. Md upon principle, synonymous with well debited pbyaologwal law., lhatauch will he the of xeci of COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE, immediately and instantaneously, we pledge our word as men ofhonor—our reputation as 1‘harmace ulists—our favorable acquaintance with|ih« people as ! proprietors of the World renowned “tor’s Couyh balsam,” if it is u.ed according to our directions, which may he found with each bottle. We add below some testimonials from our ucigh* bora and towusmeu, to which we ask your careful i attention. TESTIMONIALS. | From the Faster of the Methodist X. Church, Mad ison, Conn. 1 have used Coe'e Dy.pep.ia Cure in my family andean willingly testily to iu value a. a medicine Hktfttv til dm a XU, 1’a.iur 11. H. Church Jt.duou, Conn., June Uuth, lew. A Voice from home through our dtp Papers. New iiavep, Ctiuu , June 18, DM Messrs Xditers. —Allow me, through yuur col umua, to acknowledge my gratitude ror the benefit 1 have received from the uae of Coe’, Dyspepsia Cure Although I was a groat sufferer trom Dj.pep.ia the tir.t dove gave instant relief, and one ounce has enabled me to eat auything I ideate, without pain I hava now .topped using the medicine, a. 1 no longer need it. Falmiba. Ltuax. Madison, Conn , June 90.1944 P rom the benefit domed hy tbe use of Coe’. Dya rspa** Cure in my lamily, 1 am prepared to uy that oever intend to he wnhout it and advise ail who j are afflicted with Dyspepsia to try It. Fhioaxdsb Lewis. wr.-uieuonieeitoe * uyipepsia t;ure you pave me has backed up your statement concerning it. i have oulr used half a bottle, aud «an cat piue apple short cake or anything ©ho, without trouble. 1 It act* like a charm. The relief it affords is instan taneous. Jang A. Downier. New Haven, June 18,1864. j Those who know n»y constitution, what nr condi f tion has been tor tne la*t thirty years, will believe ! with ine that a medicine that will reach my case will ! reach almost any cue. Coe * Dyspepsia Curs has enabled me to eat anything 1 please, and it is'very j sjldom I now have to use the medicine, it relieved ' me in an instaut wheu*I was m great pain. My whole system is being strengthened by its use Aits K, Bauuott. New Haven, June 20,1864. Im ortani to Traveler*. While journeying on the cars, my stomach be came badly deranged, causing sever® pain in my head. Had it been on the water it woald have been called soa-sickuess. A iadv sitting by me. knowing my condition, reached out a bott.e sayiug “take a •woliow." J did so. and in less than lire minutes my trouble was ended. The iar'*ici»c was “Coe’s Dyspepsia Cure,” aud from the effect it had upon the Stomach, and what 1 have learned of it since. 1 think it must he au excellent remedy for • Sea-sick ness and Dyapepsia. MRS. SAMLEL FIELD. Madison, June 30th, 1864. New Haven, Jane 2bth, 1364. I Messrs. C. <i. Clark k Co —Uentlenumi—i desire tmuiakr know n the almost instantaneous «too la of ‘Toe's Dyspepsia Lure," iu cases •( cholera morbus. ! I had been for twenty lour hours pnrgiug at the stomach aud bowels, every 11 ft ecu minutes. I weat into your drug store to procure some brandy, as 1 had always been told that it was a good remedy lor Dysentery. My pallid face and nr wcakuessat once attracted tu© attention of the cisrk in charge. . aud he asked me at once *lwbat is the matter I I replied; “1 have been fort wen try-four hours vomit ing aud purging, and I am unabie to stand or walk, from weakness, aud tiu* deadly sEkucssat my stom ach completely prostrates me," He produced a bot tle of Coe’s Dyspepsia Cure, saying, “take a large swallow of that; it isuow 11 o’clock; taken another after dinner.*’ From the moment I took that first dose #f the medicine t*»v sickness at stomach wasgoue— its effect was instantaneous. In au hour 1 eat my dinner with a* good a relish a* ever hungry man partook (as 1 was well c eared out of food.) and followed’by a teaspoon Ail of cure. I have not suffered a particle ot iuoonvenleuce slue© 1 took the remedy. Its action was *o wonderful and so immediate that I could hardly believe the evidence* of my own sense* ami I desire to publicly make known these facts, than he whole world may avail themselves of its use. Like broad, it thould find a place iu every out's house, and! believe that no oue should go i away from home without a bottle of it iu his pocket or where it could b« quickly made available. * Truly yours, OEO. L. DRAKE. Ota cf the Tweuty-JLre. New Haveu. July 11th, 1864.** Mb Coi—Fir —Having been troubled with the Dyspepsia for some eight or twelve mouths. 1 have taken the usual kinds oi medicine*, which have done me no good. I saw your advertisement of a medi cine to cure the Dyspepsia. I hare tried it, and fouud it to be tmk medicine. The first 15 drop® (the 7th of Juue.) that 1 took, relbvcc! me iu an® minute. I have taken it three or four times, but have had no distressing teeling in my stomach siuce taking the first 15 drop*; although before, 1 could not eat a meal, and sometimes no more than three er four 1 mouthfulls without distressing me. Ketpectlully, J. F. WOODRUFF. New Haven, Jnnelltb. 1864 Mr. Cok— Dear Fir —The bottle of Dyspepsia f Medicine I received from you, gave instantaneous relief. 1 only ytad it when my food distress'd me. 1 It was about like taking taro doaes to-day, one to- c morrow, then every other day, increasing the auan- ^ tity of lood and decreasing tne medicine.until I was * enabled to eat without taking anything at all. My c oase was an extreme one, having suffered for seven year*. 1 now consider myself cured, and by using omy oue bottle of medicine in the space of two months. The dqt»© wt* a teaspoonful. Ell km 8. Allkm. Sold by Druggists in city and country, every- ^ where. ; Price $1.00 per Mottle. q Orders by mail, from either dealers or consumers, ■ promptly attended to. ^ C. e. CLARK A CO. d WMetaU Drug y tele, New Haven, Vann., Proprietor, Solti iu Portland by W. F. Pbillip,. U. U. Hoy, US all utU»r uealera, iiarutLSwalyrt 1 MEDICAL. OK. J. B. HtJUllES I OAR KB ROOMD AT H18 PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, No. 3 Temple Street, WH EKE be tu be ooneulted privately, aud wlu tbeutmuetooutideuceby the afllioted, at all tours daily, from 8 A. a. to 9 r. **■ l,r U addreeeee those who are eunerin^ under the libiction of private dieeaw, whether irwin# from mpure connection or the terrible tic® ol selt-abuse. Devotiug lila eutire time to that particular branch ol :he medical profeisdon, he feels warranted in Guar fLRTXKIRO A CUBKIM ALL CASB8, Whether OXlOR; standing or recently contracted, entirely removin ♦ the dregs of disease from the system, and making per foot and PERMANENT CURE. He would call the attention of the afflicted to i fact of his long standing and well earned reputation, furbishing suinuiont assurance of his skill and sac MM. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Every Intelligent and thinking person must know that remedies handed out from general use shouitf hare their efficacy established by well-tested expe rience in the hands of a regularly educated physi cian, whose preparatory study tits him tor all the duties he must fulfill; y et the country is flooded with uoOp uo>truiu* and cure-alls, purporting to he the best in the world, which are not only useless, but al ways injurious. The unfortunate should be fartic* ULab in selecting his physician, as it is a lamentable Set incontreveriable laci that many syphilitio sp ent* are made miserable with ruined constitution* by maltreatment from inexperienced physicians in genera! practice; for it is a point generally conceded by the best eyphilographers, that the study and man agement of these complaints should engross the whole time of those who would be competent and successful in their treatment and cure. The inex perienced general practitioner, having neither op portunity nor lime to make himself acquainted with their pathology, commonly pusmts one system ol 1 treatment, in most cases making an indiscriminate use of that antiquated and dangerous weapon, Mor- , oury. HAVE CONFIDENCE. All who have committed an excess of any kind,* | whether it be the solitary vice of youth, or tbo sting* i Ing rebuke of misplaced confidence in matorer years, SEME FOR AN ANT I DOT IN SEASON. The Pains and Aches, and Lassitude aa<l Nervous Prostration that may follow Impure (Joitiou.are the Barometer to the whole system. Do not wait for the consummation that is sure to fel low, do not wait for Unsightly Ulcers, for Disabled Limbs, for Loss of Beauty and Complexioa. BOW MAN T THOUSANDS CAN TESTIFY TO THIS BY UNHAPPY EXPERIENCE. Young Men troubled with emissions in sleep, a complaint generally the resalt ol' a bad habit In youth, treated scientifically, and a perfect cure war ranted or uo charge made. Hardly a day passe* but we are consulted by one or more young men with the above disease, some ol whom are as weak and emaciated as though they had the consumption, and by their friends supposed to have it. All such o wee yield to the proper and only correct course of treatment, and in a short time are made to rcjoioc in perfect health. MIDDLE AGED There are many men at tnoaii. . . .. .*uoare troubled with too frequent evacuation* from the bladder, often accompanied by a alight smarting of burningaenaation, and weakening the system in a manner the patient cannot account for. On exam ining urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often be found, and sometimes small particles ol semen or albumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin miikish hue, again cha ging to a dark and turbid appearance. There are many men who die of this dimonlty, ignorant of the cau-e, which is the SECOND STAGE OF SEMINAL WEAKNESS. I can warrant a perfect cure in such eases, and a foil and healthy restoration of the nr inary o^ans. Persons who cannot personally consult the Dr., can do so by writing in a plain manner a description of their disease, and the appropriate remedies will be forwarded immediately. All >a>t responds nee strictly confidential and will be returned if desired. Address. DR. J. B. HUGHES, Ho. 6 Temple St., roomer of Middle] Portland. HT*Band Stamp for circular. Eclectic Medical Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. Dl. HUGHES particularly invites ail Ladies w he need a medical adviser, to eall at his rooms. No. I Temple Street, which they will find arsanged foi theit especial accommodation. Dr. H.’s Eclectic RenovatingMedicinesareunrival led in efficacy and superior virtue in regulating all Female I rregular!tie* Their aetion is specific and certain of producing relief in n short time. ^ADIES will find it invaluable in all cases of ob structions alter all other remedies have been tried In vain. Itlspuroly vegetable, containing nothing In the least injurious to the health, and may be takua with perfect safety at all times. Sent to any part of the country with fnl! directions by addressing DK. HUGHES, Ho. ft Temple Street, corner of Middle, Portland. H. B.—LADIES desiring may consult one of their own sex. A lady of experience in oonstant attend unoe. laal dfcwly Female STRENGTHENING CORDIAL. This Medicine is of long tried efficacy for correct ing all disorders incidental to the lemiuine sex. That the afflicted may feel assured that this Cordial is truly valuable aud worthy their confidence,' not one of those secret compounds purposed to destroy healthy action. I add a few testimonial* from phys ician* wnom all, lavoring the Electric and Reformed Practice ot Medicine, respect. DB WILLARD C. GEORGH, formerly Professor in the Worcester Medical College, and President of the Electric Medical Society, Mass., * peaks ol it in the following terms: “ 1 have used the Female Strengthening Cardiai similar to that preparation by DR. GEO W bWKTT, 106 Hanover Street, and I regard it as one of the best Medicines for Female Complaints that can be found." DR. J. KING, Author of" Woman: Her Dis eases and their Treatment," says: "This Medicine appears to exert a specific influ ence on the Uterus. It is a valuable agent in all de rangements of the FemaleHeproauetivoOrgans." DR nMlTH, President of thy New York Asso ciation of Botanic Physicians, says: ••No Female if in delicate health, sboud omit the timely nso of this valuable Cordial. 1 owe much ot my success in midwifery to the us# of this Medi cine." MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES The following from Dr. FAY is worthy your no tice: " Asa general remedy for Female Complaints this ‘ CordiaP is a very valuable one, but by the Profes sion it is esteemed more highly for its good result auring i onDucmt Lt in relieving the great suffering attendant upon childbirth. 1 acknowledge with Dr. Smith that much of my suoeoe* in midwifery is due to the us* of this medicine it strengthens both mother and child, In each easts 1 follow the di. ructions of Prof. King, by allowing my patients to 1 use it a few week* previous to con fin «ment, as by the energy it imparts to the uteri a* nervous system the labor will be very mnoh facilitated, and remove* the scrap* which many females are Imb'.e to. Ns woman. if she knew the groat value of this Strength ening Cordial would fail to use ft." 1 have received numerous testimonials from diff erent parts of the country where used. Knowing the good it Is oauable of doing. 1 w 11 warrant avery bottle of my "Cordial" to be satisfactory in iu re sults. The following symptoms indicate these affections in which th* Female Strengthening Cord ini has proved invaluable: Indisposition to Exertion, Wakefulness, Uneasi ness. Depression of Spirit?, Trembling. Loss of Power, Pain in the Back, Alternate Chills, and Flushing of Heart, Dragging Sensation at the i Lower Part of the Body, Headache, Languor, Ach- j ing Along the thighs. Intolerance of Light and Bound, Pale Countenance, Derangement of the Stomach and Bowels, Difficult Breathing, Hysteria, Ac.. Ac. It is a specific remedy in all Uterine Diseases, Chlorosis ot Oreen Mokness. Irregularity. Painful ness. Profuse or Suppression of Customarv Dis- 1 rharges, Leucorrhxa or Whites, Scirrhu* or Ulcer ate State ot the Uterus, Sterility, ft*. No better Tonic can possibly d« put up than tMi, and none less likely te do harm, and it is composed > wholly of vegetable agent*, and such a* wr have known to bo valuable, and have used for many years. PRICE. One Dollar Per Bottle, or tlx bottles for 86 Should your druggist not have it, send directly to us. and wlieu six bottles or more are ordered we will pay all expenses, and have it securely packed from observation, Be sure and got that prepared at the New England BotasU Depot. 106 Hanover St Boston. MEO. W. 8WETT, M. D„ Proprietor. H. H. HAY, Agent, Portland. nu-!o eod6m STATEMENT OF TXE £inii Insurance Company, OK BAVriOKD, CONS., )a the 1st day of November, A. D. 1963, as required by the Laws of the State of Maiue. rhe Capital Stock la.81.600.060 and with the surplus is invested us follows: (teal estate, unite urn Lured, 8*7,063 19 Uash in hand, on deposit, and in agents' band*. 216.9A0 M United States Stocks, &jfi.vt7 60 , itate and City Stocks, and Town Bonds, 689.460 00 flank and Trust Company Stocks, 1,1147,170 00 Mortgage Bonds, 331,960 00 ktlantio Mutual In*. Co’i scrip, 1*62-8, 16.896 60 Tatal Atw,'.|26,.7V 74 kmount ef Liabilities for Losses not due or adjusted, 8176.41184 ' kmount at risk, estimated. 116,616,479 CC TH08. A. ALEXANDER, President. Lucira J. Hauouk. 8earetarv. Hartford, Nov. 7, 1863. J. C. CHURCHILL, Agent, Vo. 4 Iron Block, Portland Pier. # deC6 dtf Copurtnertliip Native. IUiK undersigned have this day formed a (’opart. uership under the name and style of Fling A Vhittemere, and have taken the store formerly oc- a epi*d by lleury E’ling, No. 91. Commercial street. “ here they Intend doing a Commission and Whole tic business, iu Teas, Tobaoco, W. 1 Good*, Gro- u eries and Provisions. HENRY FLING. 8TEPUEN Will ITKMOKK. Portland July 8,18C4. dtf ---- - A Notice* e [HIE und^giifd being * portion of the persons 8 named in Section 1st of a" »ct entitled •• An act B > incorporate th° N*»w Englniid Screw Steam-hip st ompany," hereby tfive pnbllo notice that th* first ai eetiug’ of said corporation fer the purpose ot or- ai miration, will be held at the Portland and New Ti ork Mteaiuship Office, on Brown's Wharf, I hurs iy September 16th, 1964, at 2 1-2 o’cloek, P 31. 8t Jchn Bmitu, th John B. Brown, i te Mark P. Embry, Phillip H Brown, Ukmry Fox. Portland, 8ept. 1,1964. did MEDICAL. Uixirl £lixix Dll. WKIQHT'B REJUVENATING ELIXIR I OK, ESSENCEOF LIFE, raipttuiaci PUB* V ISITilLK EXTBACTB comnno kothibs nunioot to thb ■ USX DULIUATB. rilUE Kejuvenatlng Elixir is the result of modern A- discoveries in the vegetable kingdom, being an entirely new and abstract method of cure, irrespec tive of all the old and worn-out systems. Tills medicine lias been tested by the most eml- I in nt medical men of the day, and by them pronoune- : oil to be one ot the greatest medical discoveries oi the age. One bottle will cure General Debility. A few dotes cure Hysteric* in females. One bottle cures Palpitation of the Heart. A few dose# restore the organs of generation. From one to three bottles restores tbs manlinea and full vigor of youth. A few dosee restore the appetite. Three bottles cure the worst case of lmpotency. A few doses cure the low-spirited. One bottle restores mental power. A few doses bring the rose to ths ebeek. This medicine rostorss to msnJy vigor end robn health the poor, debilitated, worn-down, nnd ds pairing devotee of sensual pleasure. The listless, enervated youth, the overtasked men of business, the v.ctlpi of nervous depression, the ndividualsuFeriugfrom general debility, or from weak ueas of usings organ, will all And immediate and permanent rsusf by tbs ass of this Elixir or Es sence of Life. Price £2 per bottle, or three bottles for At, nnd forwardedby Express, on receipt of money, to any addrees. Sold by all Druggists everywhere. DB. W. B. HEBWIN A Co.. BOLE PKoPKIKTORS. No. 5> labcrty-st., Now York. CHEROKEE PILLS! SUG Ait COATED. FKHAI.E RF.GCLATOK, HEALTH PRESERVER, CKKTAnr AND SAFE, I l For the removal of Obstruction*, and the ln*uranc of Regularity In the Recurrence of the Monthly Period*. ^ They cure or obvlatethose numerous disease* tba spring from irregularity, by removing the rregular ity itself. They cure Suppressed,Excessive and Painfhl Men struation. e They cure Green Sickness (Chloroei*!. They cure Nervous aud Spinal Affections, pains in the back and lower parts of the body, lleavineM, Fatigue on slight exertiou. Palpitation ot the Heart | lowness of Spirit*, Hysteria, Sick Headache, Gid diness. etc., etc. In a word, by removing the Irreg* j ularity. they remove the cause, and with it ALL the effects that spring from if. Composed of simple vegetable extracts, they con tain nothing deleterious to any constitution, how ever delicate—their function being to substitute strength for weakness, which, when properly used, they never fhil to do. All letter* seeking information or advice will b« promptly, freely aud discreetly answered. Full direction* accompany each box. Price #1 per box, or six boxes for #6. 8ent by mall, free of postage, on receipt of price. Sold by all respectable Druggist*. Dr. W. B. MERWIN * Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS, No. 19 Liberty-st.. New York. febfeodffceowlv CATARRH! NOISES IN THE HEAD 1 ! CURED BY IXUALlNe A Harmless Fluid, Or AGREEAHI.R ODOR. NO VIOLENT SYRINGING Of the Head. THE SENSE ©V TASTE AND SVKI.I. HE«TUJtED DK. K. UOODALE'8 CATARRH REMEDY. uw i"uiuituu <'«uuni unu> uw line fought it down. It has twu a long war, bat bis tri umph i« complete. Through all coming time hi* Ca tarrh Remedy will be known as the only one anti dote for a disease which super licialGt* have declar ed ineuraLle. Catairh doctors, so called, spriug up like mushroom, on all tides. The object of these pocket practitioner* is money. They use dangerous instruments. Their violent manipulation* irritate the already inflamed membrane. They never cure. Dr. Goodale's treatment is medicinal, not mechani cal. lie does not believe in the force-pump system, which is working so much mischief. His remedy paste* through the absorbents, to the seat of the dis ease, and obliterates it. It does not relieve merely for a day, but for nil Urn*. Lastly, it costs a dollar n bottle—no more. Dr. Dodge of Auburn X. T. After having witnessed the effect* of this Remedy in Catarrh, thus speaks ol it;—It is truly aud ua couditioually a Herculean Specific tor the whole dis ease. Such an article ought not to be “hid uuder a bushel." and any man who caa invent so truly an efficient and positives remedy for such a loathsome disease, ought to be consid* red one of the benefac tors of his rac*-, and his name aud the whets o! his skill perpetuated. Yours respect fit II v, D. L DODGK. A. M. Min* MUes, the soeU-kmnm Traveller, Aud whose family physician Dr. Goodals was for many years, savs—“If Dr. Goodale says he can sure Catarrh, he can cure it," Ao. Price 81. bend a stamp for a pamphlet. Dr. R UOODALK'8 Office and Depot, 76, Bleaker street, one door west of Broadway, Mew Yojk. 11. H. Hav Agent for Portland. June 2d, 1&63. Juue&lly Suroron General s OirricB, I Washingt n City, June24,1864. | YV AjMTJCD—Surges ha and A»si*tant burgeons VT for the Colored TSroops—Candidate* must be Graduates of tome Regular Medical College, aud must be examiued by a board of Medical Officers to be convened by the burgeon General. The board wiU determine whether the candidate wiU be ap pointed burgeon or Assistant burgeon, according to merit Application* accompanied by one or mors test monials from respectable persons, as to moral character, Ao., should be addressed to the burgeon 1 General, U. 8. A , Washington. D. C , or to the As »Ltant burgeon General, LT. b- A., Louisville. Ky. Hoards are now ia session at button. Mew York, Washington, Cincinnati, bt. Louis, and New Or eans. Al*o wanted. Hospital Steward# for Colored Reg fnents. Candidates must possess a fair English Ed ication, and be familiar with the compounding aud lii-peusing of Medicine*. Applications must be made k# tu the cite of Surgeons and Assistant 8argeou*. ompeusation from 823 00 to S38 uu per mouth, with nothing, rations, fuel and quarters. . . , « » Jos. K barnes. julyl-2aw3m Acting burgeon General. JSANT S COFFEE & SPICE KILLS. ORIGINAL ESTAHL 1SUMEST. J . GRA 1ST T, Wholesale Dealer in all kinds of COFFEE, SPICES, SalirrafuWfc Cream Tartar, ieto Cofee and Spice Mills, 13 and 16 Union street, Portland, Me. Coffee and Spices put up 'or the trade, with any ddruss, in aii variety of packages, and warranted i represented. Corns roasted and ground for the trade at short UtlCtf. iiT*All goods enDustedetthe owner's risk. _ march lddtf THfi BOSTON! .FIKB BKH K nd Clay Retort Manufacturing Co., Works, 884 deral street. Office aud Warehouse 23 Liberty juare aud 7 Bnttervmarch St. manafkctiire Fire rick, ail shapes and sires, for fiiruaces required to uiu the most intense heat also Furnace Blocks i id Slabs. Locomotive Fire Blocks, Bakers’ Oven ' d Greeu-home Tiles, Clay Retorts and nece saarv i iee to set them. Fire Cement, Fire Clay and Kaolin. 1 rUeuBden^wa wUlgi*. th*ir qmU ittentlon ' *t all orders fbr the above manulkctureare exeeu i with promptness. JAKES E MONO SCO. MkU>Mdta ’U 81“r*< S<Mt6>. MEDICAL. MORE TESTIMONIALS ! MRS. MANCHESTER II oonitantly roooivlBg uneolielted tcetimontal* at the atConitMaff caret pgriormed by her. Among many recently rooeived are the following, which an aommondod to the notioe of the afflloUni. Mr* Mae oheetor may be oouroltcd at NQ.llClapp*! It loth, Room No.8. A CASE or SPINAL DISEASE CVSMP Thin It to oertliy that 1 went to ace Mra. Munches* ter laat March with a daughter of mine troubled with apicaldlaeaae, for which aha had been doctored foi live yean, and by a number ot phyaloiaru of kind!; and ahe haa had twenty-one application, electricity applied, bat all to bo efbet; bat ahe eon tlanally grew woree. loame to the oouoioiiou, th. laat reaurt, to go cad aee Mra. Macehceter, cad did ao; and to my great aurpriae the told me the drat a aee ot the dieeare, and how ahe had been from time to time, which eaoournged me to try her medielnee. I did ao, and aow my danghter ta able to be aroand the bouae allot the time, fiheaieo rldea tea or II toec mile* witbont aay trouble or tnoonvenlenee.acd I think in a abort time ahe will bo reatored to perfect health, binoe my daughter baa been doctoring, 1 have heard of a greet many oaeee that Mra. Macohta ter haa oared mink If any perron deaervm pat roaaga, It la the one wbotrkw to preeerve the health of the alok and .uAncg; and 1 enow that aho acaa every edbrt which Ilea la her power to booed! her PhtldhtB, tiara L. ha lour*, tCocoa Kait-u-au, acv a. deleave, Kniaa haieuve. ErtautMc*. Maima, Aagatl Uk. ONE or THE ORE A TEST CVREa oa RECOM Mae Mricuim-Dtar Madam)—thinking etalement of my oaae My be of eorvioe to otL«re etmliarly afflicted, I beaten to gtve it to yon. Thle te brtody my ecce I wa. taken aiuk about IS month, ago with the Liver Complaint in a very bad form. I applied to four different phyeioiana, but re ceived no benedt until 1 nailed on you. At that time I had given up baaiueaa, and wae in a very bad atale, but after taking your medicine for a abort Uma 1 be gan to recover, and in two month* I waa entirely well, and had gained eeverml pound* or g«eb, aad can truly aay that by year .kill 1 am a pcrfflotly houl by mac. Joe a* a liana. Bottom ( Marat Defat, PeriUmd, Mt. — A RE M ARK A BLR CURB OK A CASH UK ORO BT CURED BY MRS. MANCHESTER. Thin la to ccrtliy that I hare been eared of tbe Dropsy of tfleen yean standing by ifrs JUumeArt Ur. 1 bare been to pbyaijiaise ia heetoa, Mew York aad Philadelphia. They all told aaa that they ooald | do nothing for me. unless they tapped me, aad as sured me thnl'by tapping I ooald Urn bat a short time. I had made ap my mind to go homo aad Urn as long as I ooald with the diaeaes, ui then S!e. On my way hum# 1 stayed orar night ia Portland with j a friend of atiae, aad told them what my mind was a regard to my disease limy taally persuaded me j to go and sen Mis. Manchester. She examined aae and told me my an exaatly. I waa ao moeh astonished to think that aha told mo oomotly. that 1 told bar that I would taka bar medh ! aiaee, not baring the least faith that they woald mo aay good, or that I shoaid get the aJlgbteet relief from aay eoxrre wbaierrr; taally 1 took the modi elne aad weat borne. Ia ewe woek from the time 1 nommeaoad taking the mod tome, I had osar three gallons of water pans aaa la wraa hours: and my fal low adherers may be aasered that it was a great relial I to aae. I had not bean able to Ue down la bed at night baton this tor two yean. How 1 eaa lie dor i with por foot eaee. I hare taken bar medic ins ■ eight months, aad aaa aa w«ll «a aay man ooald v to be, aad ao signs of dropsy. I would adrla. that an alok to go aad ooaaalt Mr$. Jfandtoi . arui if they hare been given ap by other pt •1cIans. I hast seat bar a Busbar of easts of *tU. diseases, aad she has eared them also. Us and tor yoursalroo. I hnd no faith, bat bow my toHh oaaaot bo abated la bar skill la toiling and oaring disease. Caaataea Hannon, lisag 1. Uiuoa, „ heat A. Mania urn, Owuger, Mmsms, April U. Orvioa Hottan—Prom I A. M ull I r. H. mptir laboatxl sdly Lyon s Periodical Drops TAXGREATF1MALX REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! aaa airm Tuan all Filin, Powders* Quack Preparataoua. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! Sure to do Qood&nd oonnot do Ear*. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! * T»m Or«M Female Remedy LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS I AMU SSTTKS THAI ALL PILLS,row DUES f QUACK PREPARATIVE* LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS I ARE BURE TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HARM. Lyon’s Periodical Drops THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops ABM BKTTMK THAM ALL PILLS, POWUMMS AMD QUACK MMD/CIMMM. Lyoii’« Periodical Drops Supd to tlo (iood and cannot do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Orvat Female Kerned r LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS ARM imiR THAI ALL Pills, Powders and Quack Preparation*. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS auiu 10 oomwu iNoiAssoi i><> hash \ Lyon’s Periodical Drops THE UllUAT riRAIiE K1M1DT Lyon’i Periodical Drops Ar# better than all Pills, Powders, And Uuaok Preparation*. Lion's Periodical Drops, Sure to do Good and oannot do Harm. —'»■ ■ '■ f Price, $1 per Hottle. Kor sal* by all Druggists. At wholesale by W f Phillip*, U. U. Hay a Co , Portland, uih eodlr American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY! or new tori. • Capital, "ITT*. UHH. held * araltar*. Rtau. L**.,.. Vee Ike Steel.., aad oih.-r Her* •aaal Freperty at lae L*e. e*t me*. SAMUEL BROWN, President WILLIAM RAY NOR. deort tar. KDWABl) 8UAW Agent, 1«| Middle 8tr*>t. natni lynoa MAINE INSURANCE Co7 Augusta, Maine. rUK Maine Insnruuee Coups*v Insure against loee or damage by Eire, Buildings, Merehaa. tie anil Furniture, on term, a. lavorable u it osa « done br any solvent Company. Polloie* issar a or one, Three, or rive years. / L. CUTLER, President. J. H. WILLIAMS,Secretary. 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