Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, September 14, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated September 14, 1864 Page 4
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THE MARKETS. Portland Wholesale Prices Correal. Expreetly corrected for the Puns to Sept. M. by M. N Rich. r Ashes. i Lead. P- «rl p ft.<WOUOOOt)!Am. Pig » HXIIb.822«23. Pot... Pl®18 sheet and Pipe.. 21 ®2i. Apples. | Lime. 4 reen pbbl-4 60*6 00 Rockland, cask. llu*12( X iced 41 ft...i8 *14 Lumber—Prom yard Cored p ft.13 * 14 Clear Pina,No. 1.848 * it Bread. ! do. No.2. 45 * 4S 1 ilot p loO lbs. 884 ®;- do. No. 3.36*4' fcuip. 7 ®7i Shipping Lumber.820 *31 I lackers perbbl. 88 a,., f spruce. 816*8® Is ( rmckers, p 100 .60 SU60. Hemlock .I1U0® 11 Butter. Sox Sli ks,(pine) 1 00® I; } auuly p ft.42 ®4Tclclapb’de. 8ext. .820 * 26 fetor*.36 *40 ■ do. F " ...40® 42 Beans. Shinglei, Ced. ext425®4 j Marrow p buih88 25 *367 do. “ No.30”u 3 5 I’ea.812*13'. do. ext. Pine 8* 5j Blue Pod.2«7®8oo Laths,Spruce... 187®2ot Candles. do. Pine......2 0u® 26< Mould *» ft.26 *25. Red Oak Staves 836 *40 “perm*. .:....CM8H2 Uol.Uhd. Shook, Cheese. A Heads,city. 3 25*3 5t Vermont P ft.31*22 Sugar do. city 3 26 ®86i N v .22®23 do. do. c’try.125*1 7j Cob I—l Retail.) tureen Co'y aa'd. 00®<> u» JUtbigb. ®17 Country Rif Mol. chestnut. 16* . llbd.Shooks... 150*2 0 Codec. Slain.125*161 Java p To.66 ®66c Uoona.835 ®40 cape.47 * 6o Hackmetack rim itio .63 * 65 | her. p tun.10*2< Cordage. I Molnsses. American p ft.. .28 *22 Port Kioo.8120*12 Russia Hemp.nouc „ lot Manilla. 28* So Cuba clayed.00 i h Moltrope, Russia.. 80*9: do. do.lart”.. 7e®83 do. Manilla. 8J* 32 do.Muscovado”.. Bi*lu( Cement. New Orleans. noue P bbl..82 15*236 PortlandSyrup.hbds 6* a Drugs and Dyes. do. bbls ® 75 Alutnp ft. .,i*7]C Nulls. Aloos .47 * 47 Cask. 810*1055 Arrow Boot.9* *70 1 Naval Stores. Borax...50® Tar(foreignjp bbl.f.lLseu Brimstone troll)... 0*8 Pitch (Coal Tar) 8Sj* 68 Bi-Carb. Soda.10*11,.Kudu.*«* Sulphur. ®U i'urpentinePgal 38O®400 dal Soda. 6*7 llaksu. Camphor.170®1 *0 Amerimn.14®154 Cream Tartar.60 ®IU0 Oil. Lorwood ex . lilaly PortlinJ Kcrown# Magnesia.60 **0 Illumiuat g 01)106*110 In.Sgo,M'la.6ue 160*260Sperm Winter 275*275 Madder.2**22 Whale.ref.Wint 170*176 Opiuut 816 00*8 Grand Bank and Rhubarb. .880* 400 Bay Chaleur 844 ® 4C Alcohol.2'?is^ii5w?ore-:.42*44 Fluid.* 60 *4 00 Linseed.8168®1 72 Saltpetre.17 ®38 Boiled.1 72* Vitriol.28 *28 Lard Oil.185*1 86 Oyrvseeda. iOMveOil.250*325 Barwood.3® Castor oil. 880*400 Brasil Wood.13® .Noatsfoot oil.. ..125*140 Camwood . ®9j Onions — Fustic. CubA.4i« pbbl.1 75*800 " Saran villa 4 *5 pbush.83 25*3 37 Bypemlc.®R Pal.,.. ' Ldff VIMW) . P'tl'tilsmri innIIMICAaim Cam peachy.2; <6 .CumberlaudL'd. 2u 50.0,22 St Domingo .... 2).o, Pure Dry Lead 21 «22 Extract Logwood. 14*19 French Zinc, "Oj ftOiaouOo Hie Wood-... @ Ami r. Zinc. '■ 1876® 15 l’each •• . 4: 4 Rochelle Yellow.. .9 * no Red “ . 6j;*i«8ng. Von.Red om ft Sat*an “ .. Litharge. £21 Cju. rrttron Bark . 2J.« rtsd Lead . @21 Red Sanders.7 @ift Plaster Dork. PertouSoft. @580 Eaten*. @12.V Hard.nominal. Portland, No. >.20ug225Uronnd......TOOSTiy “ No. 10.. 142*150 Provision*. - »avy,8'r,No. J[. *W»2 24 Ch ro Rees Beet #22 @*23 “ “ No. 10.141*119 Portland do. .2200@fc3(X] „ Fl.k. ;Pil'd*xt. do. 27 00®2S OC Cod large PnntS8a>ai'9Ki Pork, extra clear 45 iqift _ •mall.8 71(3)4 ho.Pork, clear.42 a 45 Pollock.4 53 @6 00 Pork, mess 4000 @42 00 Haddock.8 00 m3 33 Pork. Prime 85480 Oti Hake,.4004)60 Koand Hog*.none. Herring.Shorepbl.6q7 llanu. 304,21 do. Labrador, none, it'ity Smok'd Hama 22a23 do. Scaledpbx .70*75 ’ Prrdare. d0: Sfilivr*-44®^0 .goefPqu'r *Mb 12 @14 Mau kere) «|J bbl.. K*fr*. doz ... 24 av.'i Bay Vo. 1 .*JJttOO,gi27 (*) Potato*-*, %>bb/.f 3 BOiUOl Bay No. 1 ...WuOglSfii) Oliickeu*. 2tk& 25 BhoroNo.f..ttOftSSw Lamb......US) " " 3 18004190ft furkies. 22 « Lirge,.1425*15 OOfGeeae. none Frail. Vial. 10 n.12 Almond*—Jordan }> ft, Kier. Soft Shell.35 @ Rice p lb. 16 @i6 Shelled.4214450 Runs. Currant*.22 @ 2i Portlanddfctillej @225 Citron, new.40 @4' Salrrataa. Pea N ule .. S 44 &o'Sileratna ft jn 10i@ll* Figs, common.... 34*34 Sail. ^ ’ Hew Elemc. ® 2i lurk'* 1«„ » hhd. Lein-ms,pbox 118noq 12 (8 bu».). .gT(«}Pa : T5 Orange*—box, .800®llou, Liverpool.7 IK' a 7 75 S*'-=iU4, i.'mdiz.....none Bauch p boa. 500@5 25 Cagliari.7 mm 7 76 Layer.6 5oq575 tir'd Butter Salt .31 @ Dates..14*15c Starch. Prum*s new. @22 Pearl.12@13 „ Flour—Portland iusp . Shel-plOOfts *91410 Supertins_as 60® b- 0 Drop_ a -st’-, Fancy.1000*1060 Buok.' flag Extra.117M|12 26 Swan. Double Extra 12 60418 0c Family do.16@00<) Extra 8uperiorlV45@1876 No. 1. 17 @00 Western extraell75@l2.25 Soda. 18 @00 Ohio extra. 10 75@U 6ft. Heine . 14i@«] Canada No 1 11 76 *12 00 Castile ..2ua2.'i BtLoiiisFavBrd'* 18; .4.41,Crane's @18 South'n IU.dn.lSistu 14 ft’ Spier*. “ Pat*peooFamily..0'at»0n Cassia p lb.90«96c Corn Meal. 7i»7> Cloves. ... 66 @ Buckw't Fl'r *75088 brl Ginger,(Race)_45k, 50 Grata. Ginger, (Africa). 45 @00 .3 *0@2 27 Mace.1 0u@ Dats. . 95@h>0 Nutmeg*.loo@2if. South 3el.Corn 180 @186 Pepper. 48 4 50 Corn, Mixed ... 1 753178 ISmento.45 fe 60 Barley.110@1 * Sugar. Gnagewdrr. _ _ Portland A. none Rifle aed Sporting**)®'^ dm YeUow.. M** ptepne,T.«24 . »:82£fc”"Sg? .20 % 22 Qavaua Brown... 2r„> a >H dt2r-. do. White . OoSfoo wa SklwA. Vow OrleABA. .000@<P B. A. iiides.87J$ 40 Cn»ebed.29i *L2JH Western .77 a, 2iM,rAnulated.atj/gfou S»LUid“:: ''rtr.***** Calcutta Cow— Hyson.oe Slaughtered.. .190*210 Young Hyson ouoa On GroenSsl*..186@200Oolong .13»al 25 8h6epPelt*,Ur’n.l 70@175 do choice 13' @1 36 Urp*. Souchong.96 @110 First Sort, 1863... SO @36 Tnburre. I mu, 5'shlO'sbestbr’dt. 70@7Bc Common. 10 60 do. medium .65 @70 “ Roflned 11 do. common .00 @68 Swede.16@0n helffti best hr d* 75 (axn Norway.00417 do. med. good 7<> @76 Cut 8ieel.50@66 do. common 06a 70 Gorman Steel... .43 (a.-5 Natural Leaf,ft* 81 @1 26 Euglish Bli*.Steel .42 qoi Navv-pound* .. .804 86 Spring.26 425 Ward. Sheet Iron, Engl 13414 Hard, retail ..*9 60® 11 Sheet Iron, Rauia. 33@40 Soft. " ,...6 00®7 00 do. Hus im't. .28 @33 Vumiak. Lard. Furniture_*8 25® 4 00 Barrel, p ft.23v@24l Coech.4@ 74 Ecgl, Ip ft .94|@ii8; Damar 325® 000 ■eatker, Wonl. Sew York, light . 46® 48 Pie ce.76@100 do. md. wts. . 48450 Pulled. 80*100 do. heavy.48 @50 Exchange. do. slaughter. .68 JL 65 London—603.. unsettled. Amsrioan, 1 76 gst 00 Portland Dry Good* Market. Expreniy correetod| or the Pim to Sept. 14th, by M.N.Kich. OOTTO* SOOIie. Inches. Price Henry Sheeting*..37.10 ® 75 Elne •• .80.55 <g 6o " .*0.60 ® 06 M “ .^4.......,7o u 76 Medina “ .87.46 ® 66 G«*>t •• .37.381 « 40 Shirung.27 toft).80 ® 86 bliacuid eaxirriao. Good Blexchod Sheeting.88. 66 ® 06 “ " " 8-8.60 l® 66 Medium “ 86.424 & 60 Shirting.87 to 32.32} ® 40 duillixo. Hetry Drilling.30.05 « 70 Medina “ .80. 66 ® 80 cOTTox flakxki.b. Henry Cotton Flannela.70 @ 60 m ..671 (g 86 RTRIFRD FBIRTIKa. Hcxvy Striped Blurting.30.f21 a 70 „ “ " " .*7.66 ® 621 MwU““ “ “ . 27.40 m 46 u nr. TICRINO. g 2, „ COTTON ADR®. Heavy double and twist. 85 y* r, _ DENIMS, ^ Heary Denims. 7n ~ Modium “ .£ d „ . „ CAMBRICS AND PRINTS. .** @ § j} .D*LAn™ ® 66 .. @ Cotton Batting.per bale.. AL>L,,KO 4r'oo fl6 gSSS .f * ™ wStagwuUcachod 7 jy*,,, WOOLKNOOODB. ® 1 Aentacky Jeans,.75 Satinets.75 Union Meltons.80 All Wool do.1131 ( Black Union Casimeres.lfto Black all wool Cacpiineres..1 50 Black Doeskins.1 76 Fancy Doc-skins.• • • 160 Ucpoilant, 6-4.2 00 _ WOOL FLANNELS. Blue Mixed Twilled FIruucH.70 Scarlet •< “ 70 Blue *4 4* 75 1»A.1LY PRESS STOCK L ST. For the week ending Sef t 7, 1864. COBBBCTBI. BY Wx. H. WOOD k So». Stock and Exchange Broker, Exchange St., Portland Government 6-80 . », , Government 78-10,. i,.x iji £>tate of Maine Bonds, . im {.\f Portland City Bonds. l02 ,.A Bath City Bonds. |qJ {.Ji Bangor City Bonds, 30 rears, 101 iao TaJais City Bonds,. 10{ Jou Bank of Cumberland,. 40 49 uj Canal Bank,.100 107 iop International Bauk, (new).100 104 iw; Caaco Bank.100 108 110 Merchant,-Bank. 76 7» 81 Manufacturer. & l radera' Bank. 60 • 61 68 Mechantce-Hank.100 90 96 *?2 «od Company.100 p, 00 Portland Oaa Compaur. 60 61 66 ocean Insnrance Company..loo 106 108 ® bt. Lawrence K. It.,. 95 100 . .d<i; do. , do.. Bonds,. 100 92 96 ▲nd. fc Kennebec R. R. stock. 100 08 10 «uS'c„.“i . “ » s x*r"‘fi*» yw-a Ken. k Portland R R. Stock,, loo worthleaa do. do. do., Bond. .100 an mi Portland t Forest Arenua K.R loo iqs JI2 Portland Olaaa Company.loo none for .ale Portland Shovel Manufhc'g Co 100 none for .ala' Portland Steam Packet Co.,. .. loO none for .ale Klchardaou'. Wharf Co.100 90 10 l»P* Ellx. Wharf and K. C». M aomiaal! 1 MISCELLANEOUS. THE DAILY PRESS, CALORIC POWER JOB PRINTING OFFICE, ! N. A. FOSTER & 00., Proprietors, Fox Block, 821-2 Exchange St., PORTLAND. ME. Attention is respeulfttlly invited to our nnrivnllod facilities for executing in THE BEST STYLE OF TUE ABT, i Kvery description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. Oar Establishment is tarnished with all the ap proved MODERN MACHINERY, And our collection of Book and Fancy Types Will bear favorable comparison with any establish ment in the city. Business aud Professiau&l Cards, |Of eyery rariety, style and cost, TRINTKD AT SHORTEST NOTICE. Bill-Heads Ruled and Cut In the Neat est Manner. BLANKS AND BANK CHECKS,] Of ercry description executed In the best style. Railroad, and other Corporation Work, done with promptness aud tidclily. INSURANCE POLTC/ES. BILLS OF LADISU, TINE TABLES, aud all sorts ot /.SUAL DOCUMENTS, at .hort notice. Imui, Report i, aid all kiadi af fanpbleU, Pot up in superior style. Bronzed and Colored Labels* I For Apothecaries, Merchants, and Fancy Dealer* got up in the best style of the art. "Weddiiiw O ards, Kptes qf Invitation, Visiting Cards, Lists of I kin oes, etc., etc., of every varitty and cost, tarnished at short notice. LARGE POSTERS, Hand-bills, Shop-bills, Program mes, Circulars, And plain printing of every description. Also, Rule and Figure «cork, executed neatly, and on terms that cannot fail to satisfy. THE DAILY PRESS Printing Office has one of Soper' Improved Calorie Engines for motive power, and is furnished with improved and costly Presses—Cylinder and Platen— from the most celebrated makers. We have in con stant use one of HOE'S LARGE CYLINDER PRESSES, capable of throwing off 2500 Sheetj an hour ; one of Adam's Power Presses—the best book press in the world; Adam’s and Potter’s Fast Machine Job Presses; Haggles’ superior Card Pres, Adams’and Union large Hand Presses, Standing Presses, and all 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 State. Those sending order from the country may rely on receiving prompt attention. We execute ail orders in the shortest possible time and in the neatest and best manner. e will do all kinds of printing as well and as promptly, and as cheap as any other establishment In the City, County or State. All orders for Job Printing must be directed to the Daily Press Job Ofice, Ho. 82* Exchange street, Portland, Me. The Job Office is under the personal supervision of the senior proprietor, who is the CITV 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, Thelargeet daily paper exit of Boaton, and hiving a larger circulation than all the other dliJiea in the city combined, I, pnblUhed at the Offlse in Fob Block, S31-9 Exchange Street, every morning— Sanday excepted, at $8,00 per annum. THE MAINE STATE PRESS, The largeet paper In New England, eight pages, ia publiahed avery Wednesday, containing all the newa by mail aed telegraph, important reading matter. Marine Lilt, Market Keporta, do., of the Daily Preaa,at the following pricea, viz:— Slagle, ana fear, Invariably !■ advaaee.$2.00 Sobacrlptioni solicited. Agenta wanted in every town. Tost maa ten requested toact as agenta. N. A. FOSTER & Co., Pbopbiktou. Portland June lj ISM. dtf JAMES EDMOND & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 13 LIBERTY SQUARE, . . BOSTON Are prepared to order at favorable rates, COLT BESS and ULF.NG AKNOCK PIG IRON, Alao, BAR, 8 if EXT, * HOILBR PLATE IRON, of English and Scotch Manufacture. Weshalleontinue to receive, in addition to oar American Brick, a regular supply of ENGLISH, SCOTCH, A WELCH FIRE mohll eod6m INTERHATIOAAL Fire Insurance Company 1 Qf A'eto York, Ofict US Broadway, CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000. WU. E WABKKN. President. HAMILTON BKUCK, Vice President. UEOKOE W. SAVAUE, Secretary. ’Portland Board qf Prform er Johx B Blown A Son, Hangar Ki.*t< hkk A Co. U. J Lis,y a Co. Johk Ltaoh A Co. having been appointed Anam tor <°-W7. « now pre ntred Policies on Insurable Property at current trPortland Office, 1«« Fore Street. JOHN W. HUNGER, Agent. Janas. 1864,-dtf * tatottr*h***!*"e N0T,ikLU h"rJ,by *,Teu .»*“ the following da 11 scribed good, wi re eelr^ .. .a. days hereinafter mentioned, tor a violation0?- Ini Kevenue taw,:-Jnne 24, 1864. steamer from St. John. N. B., 1 bbl Whiskdv™ cases Wine (of 12 fettle* each» July u board brig Thos. Conner, 3 hbls Moias***' *„»' *v 1884. onboard a team 1 bbl bugar, ] bag *u.rir *’ 1 August 6th. 1864. on board brig Martha A Horrv 1 bbl Molasses. August 11. 1864. on board brig (1»_ muck 2 bbls Molasses August 10, 1664, on bo*rd brig C. 11. Kennedy 4 bbls. Molasses. Any person or peraous, desiring the same, are re quested to appear and make such claim , wit bin nine tr days from the day of the date hereof: otherwise , tno »aid goods will be disposed of iu accordance with the act of Congress, approved April 3, 1844. Sept 2—dlaw3w ^rt®HBUKN, J*., Collector. PARTICIPATION. Portland Mataal Fire Insurance Company. This Company will i„uo Police, to be fro. .ft« the Company. The issue of Ft*© Policlt« °il mI ^ '*P*rt0r t0 P*™U“*« Ottoe No. 102 Middle St. wn w£ wr? HOLDEN. Pro*. ISWilB SllAW 8m r*bi«dk»tf. ■ _RAILROADS. FOR CHICAGO, MILWAUKIE, And all parts of the West. IICIBSIU.V TICKITS TO CHICAGO, IILWAlKlt, And nil other point, at the WEST, SOUTH At NORTH W EST, Kor.ale at the reduced rate, ot fare at the Union Ticket Office, 31 Exchange St., W. V. Lillie, Agent. June24dtf mm REDUCED RATES! IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS -TO TUK West, North West & South West! W. I). LITTLE. IS Agent for all the great leading routes to Chica go, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Milwaukie, Galena, Oakoah, St. Paul. LaCrouse, Green Bay, Quincy. St. Louis, Louisville, Indianapolis, Cairo, etc., etc., and is prepared to furnish Through Ticket* from Portland to all the principal cities and town* in the loyal States and Canadas, at the lowest rate* of tare, and all needful Information obeerfully granted. Travelers will find it greatly to their advantage to procure their tickets at the Union Ticket Oilice, 31 Exchange Street, {UP STAIRS,) W. D. LITTLE, Agent. OT Passenger* for California, by the Old Line Mail Steamer and Panama Railroad, may be secured by early application at this office. Tickets to Montreal and Quebec and return (via the Grand Trunk Railway) may be obtained at this agency on favorable terms. inay26d&wtl QBAIID TRUNK. RAILWAY Of Ounsda. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. raHB On and after Monday, June 27,1864, ■■BH trains will ruu daily, ( ed) until farther notioe, a. follows : Up Traiii*. Leave Portland for l.laed Pond, Montreal and Quebec at 7.00 A. a. and 1.26 r. a. Down Traina. Leave Inland Pond for Portland, at ( 30 A. a. and 3 16 r. a. The Company are not ro.pon.ible tor baggage to any amount exceeding *60 in value, and that per sonal, unless notioe is given, and paid for at the rate of one paewnger for every k60U additional value. 0. J. BRIDGES, Managing Director. H. BAILEE, Superintendent. Portland, June 25. 1804. nov6 PORTLAND AND KENNEBEC R.R. SPRING fc SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 25, 1864 nffiJBB Passenger train? luave Skowhegan lbi ^M55BBfcl‘ort,aua and Boston, at 8.46 A. M.. Au gmsta, 11.uu A. M. and Bath 12.10 P. M. Auausta 1 <r Portland aud It os ton at 5.3u A, u.; Bath ti 30 A. M. Portland for Bath, Auansta. Waterville.Keudall'l Mills .*nd Skowhezan, at 1.10 P. M. Portia ad for Bati and Auguata 8.16 P. M Pasaengers for .lation.ou the Androscoggin Kail road willc'uttige cars at Brunswick. The 1 10 p. M. train from Portland connects at Kendall's Mills with Maine Central Railroad for Bangor, Ac ., arriving same evening. Stages leave Bath Fur Rockland at 9 A.M. and 3 P M Stage* leave Augusta for Belfast at 4 P. M. 8tage* leave Skow hegau at 6 10 P. M. for Aueon, Soiou, Ac. Through Tickets for all the stations ou this and the Androscoggin Railroad, can be procurred iu Boat on at the Eastern or Boston and Maine station*, B. 11. CUSHMAN,Superintendent April 18, 1804. ap2S tf York & Cumberland Uallroad. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. ij i ‘t1!1 vuv On aud after MONDAY, April ijU {M1th.. 1864. train* will leave as follows, until further notice: Saco River lor Tortland at 5 46 (Freight Train with Passenger Car*) and 9.16 a. m., and 3.30 r x. Leave Portland lor Saco River, 7.46 A. v. and 2.0“ and 6,20 r m. The2.0o P. x. train out, aud 6 45 a. m. train into Portland, will be freight trains with pwbeenger care attached stage* connect at Saccarappa daily for booth Windham. Windham Center and Groat Falls. At Gorham lor West Gorham, Staudisb. Steep Falls, Baldwin. Sebago, Bridgton, Hiram, Liming* ton, Cornish, Denmark, Brownfield. Lovel, Frvt— burg, Conway,Bartlett. Albany, Jackson and Ea ton. N. U. At Buxton Center for West Buxton, Bouney Ea gle, South Limington, Limington and Limerick. At Saco River tri-weekly, for Hollis, Limerick, Ossipce, Newfield, finoBtfiaM, Etliugnam, Free dom. Madison, Eaton, Cornish, Porter, Ac. Fare* 5 cents lets when tickets are purchased ia the Offioe, than when paid in the Cars. 1>AN. CARPENTER. Sopt. Portland April 7,1864. dtf MAINE CENTRAL RAILROAD. SUMMER Ail BANGUI ENT. Trains leave Portland, Grand Trunk Station, for Lewiaton and Auburn, mi i m.. a. For Bangor and Intermediate atatione nt 1.36 r.u RE TURNING—leave Lewiaton at 8.20 a. M., and arrive In Portland at S.80 a. *. Leave Bangor al 7.9> a. and arrive in Portland at 2 16 r. w. Both tha* tr.ln. c,n..O 1’viUuiU WIU1 UWina JOI Boa ton. Freight train lonvea Portland at 8 A.*., and re turning!* dueinPortland at 1 r.x. Btagea connect with trains nt principal stations, daily for most of the towns N or: h and East of this line. C. M. MORSE,Sup’t. Waterville, N ovember. 1863. deoli PORTLANd7hAUO & PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS, Commencing April 11th, 1864. Passenger Trains will leave the Bta KK tion, Canal street, daily, (Sundays ex oepted; as lollows: Leave Portland lor Boston, at 8 i6 A. x. and 8.66 r. x. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.80 A.x. and 8.06 r.M. Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.00 A. X. and 6A0 r. x. These trains will take and leave passengers at way stations. Freight trains leave Portland and Boston daily. FRANCIS CilASE, Superintendent. Portland. Got. 30.1H68. oo31 edtf PROPOSALS FOR RUKCT1MJ T8K Custom House at Portland,Maine. Trrasurv Departurmt, i August 26, 1864 | PROPOSALS will be received ai this department until the first October 1964. at 12 o’clock noon, for the construction oi the l upturn llouse au thorized to be erected at Portland, Me. according to the plans and specifications prepared at this Depart ment; said proposals to he either lor the whole building, or separate tor diflferent kinds of work . the Department reserving the right to reject or accept the proposals hereby invited, or any part thereof, where it deems the interest of the United Stat* s re quires it; the Department also reserving the tight to exclude the bid of any person or persons, whom there is just cause to believe will not laithfully per form the contract. also all bids that upon investi gation are below a fair price lor the work. Bids will not be received in gross, and the Depart ment having prepared a schedule oi the approxi mate quantitiea ol each kiud of work and material required, (which schedule may be bad at the office of the Supervising Architect, Treasury department) the bidder will be required to affix his prices thereto lor such articles and kinds ol 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 ef an Ag nt ot the Department appointed lor that pur pose) will bo paid from time to time as the work pro grosses, and ion percent, retained until the comple tion of the contract, and acceptance ol the work by the Agent aforesaid, ami be forfeited in the event of the non-fulfillment of the contract. Contracts wrtil be awarded only to Master Builder* aud Mechanics, aud the assignment thereof, except by consent of the (Secretary of the Treasury, will be a forfeiture of the same. fcach proposal must be accompanied by a guaran tee, signed bv two rcsj*ousible persons, (certified to be so by the United 8'atea District Judge or Attor* ucv of said District), iu the sum of JMi.uOO.OO for the whole work, or of a pr »jK»rtiouaie amouut if for any part, that the bidder will, waen required, if his pro posal bs accepted, cuter into a coutiact mid bond, with suficieut securities for its aithlul performance. form* of the bond and certificate required; al*o the plans, specifications and woiking draw ing* will be furui* <ed on application to the supervising Ar chitect of the Department. No bid will be considered, unless it fully complies in all its details with the requirements ot this adver tisement. 1 he Proposals must be sent to this Department mi dressed to lraiah Rogers. Supervising Architect, and plainly endorse*!: "Proposals for the Portland Custom House." Proposals will also be received at tbo same time for tnoold Custom House building and materials therein, (the four granite columns on Fore street excepted) to be removed witbin sixty (60) days from date of the award, and in case the sale of the same be awarded to the successful bidder tor the* new Cus tom House, the amount of same will be taken as part payment of his contract. ISAIAH BOGKKS. Supervising Architect. Sept 2—dtd To Wood Dealers andLumbermen. 10,000 Cord* Wood and Lop Wank'd, PROPOSALS are desired for cargoes of the fol lowing woods, via:—White or Canadian Poplar, Hemlock, Bus wood, or American Linden. Beech. Yellow Birch, aud White or Red Rim and White Hpruce—all to be sound and merchantable. Offer* may be made to lurnish by (the cord, or in the log of 4 or 12 or Id Icet long, from 6 inches in diameter upward, to be delivered on navigable wrafer lor veasila drawing when loaded nine feet. Parties please state the kind of wood, and the amount they can luruitth, where they wish to deliver ior ship ment, and when it will be delivered there, and the lowest cash price per cord or 1000 feet, as they deaire to contract ' please address panicu,ar“- or ending proposals, A . h BUFFTM, Treasurer American Wood Paper Company, __ Providence, R. 1. Aug 23—dSm To Let, A CONVENIENT house, suitable for a ftunily of two or three, located in the upper part of the city • Address Kent, Box 42 Porttand, P o. Sept §—dlw STEAMBOATS. Portland and Penobscot River, Hummer Arrangement, 1864. THE NEW, 8TAUNCH AND COMMODIOC8 STEAMER EADV EAACt, Built expressly for this route, CAPT. WILLIAM It. ROIX, Will commence her Summer Ar rangement on MONDAY MORN ING, June 8th, Leaving Bangor ev erv Monday, Wednesday and Friday Mormugs. at 6 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 and Maine, and Portland, Saco and Portsmouth Railroads, from Boston and Way Station*, leaving Boston at 8 o’clock, P. M. The Boat will touch at Rockl*nd, Camden, Bel fast, Buck sport. Win torpor t and Hampdeu, both ways. Patenter* ticketed through to and from Boston, Lowell, Lawrence. Salem and Lyun. For more extended inlormaiion, apply to J. O. Kendrick. Bancor; the local Agents at the various lauding*; the Depot Master* of the P. 8. A P«, Eastern, and B ft M. Railroad?; Abiel Somerby, Portland; Lang & Delano. Boston, or CilAb. SPEAR, General Agent. June 4.—isdtf Montreal Ocean Steamship Go. One of the following flrst-ciass steamers of this Line viz:—Peruvian, iiiberma, North American, Jura,Bel gian, Nova Scotian, Moravian, Da mascus, hi.i sail trom Quebec, kvkry Saturday Morning, lor Liverpool via Londonderry. Also tbopdoamers St. David. St. Gkorok, St. Audrbw. 8t. Patrick, tri monthly from Quebec for Glasgow. Prepaid and return tickets issued at reduced rates. For passage apply to H. a A. ALL AN, Montreal, or to J L. FARMER, mayl6dtf No. 10 Exchange street Portland. International Bteamihip Company. East port, Calais & St John. TWO TRIPS PEH WEEK. On and after Monday, March 38 the superior sea-going steamei NEW BRUNSWICK, Capt. K. B _Winchester, will leave Rail rose Whari, loot ol State Street, every Monday at I o'clock P. M..and the Steamer NEW ENGLAND Capt. E. Field, every Thursday at & o'clock P. M. for Eastport and St. John, N. B., connecting a Eastpcrt with steamer Queen, for Robinson, St. An drew* and Calais, and with Stage coaches for Ma cbias, and at at. John with steamers for Preder icton and with steamer Emperor for Digby, Wind sor and Halifax, and with the E. k N. A. K*ilroa< for Shediac and all way stations. Returning, will leave St. John every Mondt v an« Thursday at * o’clock A. M., for Eastport, Portland and Boston. Through tickets procured of the Agenteand Clerl on board Steamers. Freight received till 4 o’clock P. M., Mondays am Thursdays. _may^dtT ^_C. C. EATON, Agent. Portland and Boston Line. THE STEAMERS Forest City, Lewiston and Montreal Will, until ftirtber notloe, fib a follows: Leave Atlantic Wharf, Portland every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday an Friday, at 7 o’clock P. M., and India Wharf, Boctoc every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday an Friday, at 7 o’clock P. M. Fare in Cabin...§3.00 Freight taken as usual. The* Company are not responsible for baggage t any amount exceeding §60 in value, and that persoz al, unless notice is given and paid lor at the rate c one passenger for every §600 additional value. Feb.18,1863. dtf L. BILLING8, Agent. Portland and New York Steamer SEMI-WEEKLY LINK. m The splendid and fast Steamshix “LOCUST POINT,” Capt .WiLLPn I W T rr*j»apd “POTOMAC,” Captain Shri ' r-'kwood, will,until farther notice, ru as roilows: Leave Browns Wharf, Portland, every WEDNE* DAY, and SATURDAY, at 4 P. M., and leave Pie • North River, New York, every WKDNE8DA' ; and SA1URDAY, at 3 o'clock, P. M. Those vessels arc fitted up with fine accommodation Tor passengers, making this the nn>*t speedy, safe an i comfortable route Ibr travellers between New1 Tor »nd Maine. Passage §7,00, Ineluding £grc »ud 8tat ! Booms. I Goods forwarded by thisHnn to and from Montrea Snebcc, Bangor, Bath, Augusta, Eastpcrt and §1 ohn. I Shippers are requited to send their freight to th steamers as early as 3 P. M., on the day that the i leave Portland. i For freight or passage apply to EMKKr k FOX, Brown's Wharf, Portland H. B. CROMWELL k CO.. No. 86 WestStrc* ( Mew York. i Deo. 6.1863. gtf i . ; 5525H55 —mmmmmm■ rUrC SALE & TO LET House and l.ot No. 31 Dssulorth St„ f’o Sale. The two and a half storied wooden dweiliuj A;j: House and lot, No. 31 Danforth St, contain ffiifciiu|f ten good si/ed rooms, with a baiimi, room- piped for gas throughout—a turnaco tha will heat every part of the house , (’intern tor rail water and a ne ver tailing well of drinking water Copper pump*, kc. On the pretn *e« are a goo< barn and nhedg. The lot is about 1*26 by 44 feet, l b huu«e caa be examined any day from Hi A *• till H V \.y Mlliaic on the W liO will turnidl particulars and term* of sale. J. K BKAZIF.H. Ocean Insurance Company Building, No. 317 Exchange St. _Aug 3—dt 1 House and IIoum1 Lots For Sale, - Located in Westbrook, about flv x-L minute* walk from the Horse* Car ME at W-.odfurd’s coru«-r. Also, the pleasantly located tw< , - —- story Dwelling House and Lot, re ceutly occupied by Mr. J. C. Kcmick. The lot con tains about two acres, and is one of the finest loci tions Cor a genteel residence to be found in the suli urbs of Portland, being less than two miles from tn Portland Poet Office, and commands a fitw view o j the city. ! For further particulars call on the* undersigned a ( 218 Fore .Street, corner Union Street. ! Jylidtf BLJFUS DUNHAM. Dwelling House lor Mule. : A two story dwelling house on Congraw gt nearly opposite the castellated Villa of 8. L Bmrih Carlton, E»q., and on the line of the Hors ! nailroad. Inis hou*e contains fourteen finiahei j and is well adapted to accommodate two iaiuilie* , with separate out buildings, stable, kc , and a wel j of a ter in the yard. A large part of the purclvu* money can lay on mortgage if desired 1 lus property will be ofiered at Auction on the firs of August, if not sold before. ALLEN HAINES. Portland, July 21,1864. Provision Store for Sale. rivHK Stock and fixture* of a Provision Store A favorably located in a thriving mauufiseturinj town, on tho lint of K K.. a few mile, from Fori j loud. This ua good cbauct for a parte wiib turn! I capital. Kxpeosev small; rent only ive dollar! : mouth. Wifi be Hold low lor cash—change ot buai I ness cause of «alt. Present iiuota or tbetowu to bi ailed by eu!i«tmi'nt!. Call on or address imrntdi ! attly o. VV. UL’KNUAM. Iuttrnationai Uourt, Cortland. Me. Aug. 33,1864.—dti lAud ou Free street for Unit. TIJK valuable real cute on Free itreot, kuuwi: a« tlic Furbish property " The lot in about lot feet on Fret atrect and extend! back about 174 ieet Said estate will be sold as a whole, or the easterly half of the dwelling bouse, with lot about 40 bv lit feet, will be sold by itself. Application may be made to James Furbish Ui j on trie premises, or to GKO/li. U. JACKSON, juiyldtl _ oil Kxohango street. For Sale. A SQL Alii: block of land, ol about 73000 turns oi wood land, ou the south aid. of the rives St. I.awrnuce. in Canada Fast It is iatereeoded by : two considerable rivers with eligible Mill sits. H ell wooded with every description of timber, such as I pine and sprnot m large iiuantities. and maple, i berch, beech, lanunc and bass woodtoany amount j Knquiroof U. r. MACU1N. Portland | Portland. Feb.ISM febdf.eodtf »wi SHIC* Clilff COITAUfc, containing over SU t roomp.larjrudable and sheds—situated two ' an.I one-half miles Irom Portland, and the | ducat situation in Cape Klixabcth for a w» i_i tering place, and summer boarder?. For particular?on<4Uire of (ifcO.OWW, ap7 dtf 101 Commercial Street. Portland. Tor Snle. ONE half the throe story brick Block, aituated on Conjfn sH 8t., near the head ef Park St., one ot the most desirable locations in the city. For par ticulars enquire of Mr. 8. C. ( hast or C. C. Tolinan at F. A. Howard's under Lancaster Hall. Aug S—dim* for Mile. A TWO story House and Lot. situated on Port land at root, with Stable and other out building*. Also two adjoining Iota containing about eight thousand square teet. Enquire of N. STEVENS, No. 47 Portland street. junebdtf To 1.4*1. TWO first class tenements at the corner of Salem and Brackett Kti. : also one teuemeut on Green .St Inquire of JaBE/ C. WOODMAN. Jr., Beal Estate Broker. 31 Exchange St., or NA11IAN M WOODMAN, 23 Oak St. septiidtl House For Sale. AT WO atory wooden house, No. IS Adams street, 11 tiulshed rooms, convenient for two families; plenty of good water. For particulars luquire ol B. J. WILLARD. Portland. May 14,1S04. mayl4eodtf > To Lei. FOUR offices single or in suite*, over Stores Nos. 152 and 154 Exchange Street, opposite tin- Inter national House. Apply on the premises to Jy4 dtf A. I,. BROWN. To Let. STORK now occupied by us. Possession given immediately. Also, a Front OiOocin Hanson Block ianSdtf U. J. I.IBBEV ft CO. To Lei. THE Store now occupied by E, E. Little, under Mcchanio Hall. Enquire of C. P. KIMBaLL, ■ng25__ Preble.Street. To Lei. ONE STORE in Galt's Bloek. Apply to H. T. MACH IN, an22dtf House to Rent. DWELLING HOUSE No. 2 Cotton Street * Enquire of K. K. UPH AM ft SON. Sept ft -dlw* MEDICAL. FOK THE NATION ! (HE’S DYSPEPSIA (ERE! The World’* Great Remedy -roR Dyspepsia and Indigestion! AMD ALL I> iseases or TUB STOMACH AND BOWELS. Prepared by the Proprietors of "Coe's Cough Balsam.” Dytprptia i. not only the .are forerunner of death but the companion of a miserable lile. It hi. well been culled the Nation', .courge; for more per.ou., both old ind young, mile and lemale, sutler from its ravage., than from all oilier ailment, combined. It rob. the whole system of it. vigor and energy, give* wearint.. and total iudi.po.itioM to those ouoe .trong aDdactive; render, the itomach powerless to digest the food, and has lor its attendants, Headache, Heartburn, Constipation, Nausea at Stomach, and General Debility of the whole System, refusing It. subject, a particle of nourishment or hearty lood, wi.bout paying the peualty in the most agonizing distress, and oftentimes complete prostra* lion. To mtet the terrible ravages of this worst of all diseases, we have prepared "COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE" and we pledge our reputation upon our statement, when we say it will Positively Cure the Worst of You, not in a rear—not in a month—nor in a week—but you shall see it* beneficial influence at once imme diately, and the day you take it. To you who have lived lor year* upon Graham bread and plain diet, who dare not eat anv thing the least-wise hearty— first, because the Doctor naa ordered the plainest I food, and secondly tor tear the distress it causes— [ rising and souriug on your stomach, wesay sit down to your dinner, eat as hearty a uua! as you wish, and as soon a* the food begins to distress you. fol* low it by a single teaspooufui of O O E ’ 8 DYSPEPSIA CURE I AMD IT WILL ’ Relieve You Instantaneously. 1 1 thus enabling you, by hearty eating, and the useol , the cure after each meal, (as ofteu a* the food dis I tresses you, or .ours on your stomach,) you will gel in a very few days so that you can do without the medicine, ease)* occasionally, and by the time the Hist bottle is used up. we will guatautee you free y from Dyspepsia, and able to eat, digest and enjoy - as hearty a break.ast as you ever sit down toin tour I healthiest hours, and we will forfeit to you tbe prior of list bottle, upon your shewing that our statement id not corrupt Tbe media ne ia powerful but harmless and whilst I a single teaspoouftl will at onpe relieve tbe dv step tic sufferer, the whole bottle would not mater'ally Injure him. as it I-entirely vegetable and oeetalm no opiates All classes 01 disease that bave their oil J giu in a disordered stomach and bowels, are ilispeb led in the same instautancous way. by tlse use of ; COE’S DYSPEPSIA CURE! r Four and Ague, Side-Headache, Sichioot at da Stomach, Conttipation, Heartburn,Colic Paint in Stomach or Umoelt, Ugsentrry, Vumit t inf, a feeling of Faintuett and I atti tude, Want of Appetite, ' ‘ will not and cannot exist where the cure is used - ' I It remove* the disease ny removing the cause, n«d s hke Alcoholic Bitters which cover up your bad leol , iugs lor a few moments by their exhilarating effects beware otsuch remedies or beverages, but iu theii ! place use a remedy that will restore the diseased ! functions to their normal condition, end set in mo | tion the entire human mechanism in perfect bar • | mony. and upon principles synonymous with wel ; defined physological laws, lhatsuch will he the of foci of COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE, immediately and instantaneously, we pledge oui r w?rd " meu ofbouor—our reputation as Pharmace utists—our favorable acquaintance withhhc people as . , proprietor* of the World-renowned -Core Cvuuk • Unlearn." if it ia u.ed according to our directions ’ ' which may be found with each Cottle. | We add below some testimonials from our neigh bors ana townsmen, to winch we ask your carelul ' attention. j! TESTIMONIALS. i the Paetor (/ the Methodist M. Church, Mad ■SOU, Coins. I h«*e used Coo l Dyspepsia cure in my family andean willingly testify to iu value as a medicine „. .. Uiuua>o i'astor U D.Church. Madison. Conn., Junv a>th. 1864. i A Voice from home through our City Paper,. I u J>”W '}V«“.‘•’onu .June IS, tfcn. I j Messrs KcUtars —Allow me, through your cob . , umns, to acknowledge my gratitude tor the benetlt I . j hare received from the use of Coe 's Dyspepsia Cure . | Although 1 wus a groat sufferer froim Dv spepeia the hrst dose gave instant relief and one oupee ha. > enabled me to eat auything 1 please, without pain r I have now stopped using the medicine, as 1 no longer need it. Pausiba tyw ak. Madison, Conn , Jane 30, IS64. rrosi tu tc;ie0t derived by the use of Coe's Dys pepsia Cure in my family. I am prepared to say that 1 never intend to he wifWl it and advise all who arc alllicted with Dyspvpvi* to try i{. PuiLAMDtftt Litwi*. Mr. Cos —The bottle 01 t’oe’i Dyapepvit Curo> on gave me ha« ticked up your statement concerning [ it. J have onir used i*ajf a OotUe, aud can eat pin* app.e short cake or anything cl v, without trouble ‘ It act* like a charm. The reJtef it mii'urij* it inatan twneoua. Jam A. lovur. Hu Haven, June 18,1864. Those who know my constitution, what my condl ■ tlcntllv been lor the I*~t thirty years, wtlf believe with me that a medicine that will reach my case will i reach almost any one. Coe's Dyspepsia Cure bis enabled me to eat anything I pleaseTaud jl is very sjidom I uow have to use the medicine. It relieved j me in an instant when 1 was in great pain My whole sy stem is being strengthened by its use Hew Uavsn, June 29, lset. A t- Ba“'*ott Ins ortaut to Tisyck-t». While journeying on the oars, my stomach be came badly deranged, causing seiere pain iu my head. Had it been on the water it would bare I been called sea-sickness A lady sitting by me knowing tny condition, icached out abott.e saylus "take a awnJiuw." 1 did so and in less than hve mil,ales my trouble w as ended. The mc'icme was "Coe's Dyspepsia Curs,” gnd from the effect it had upou the Stomach, and what l have learned of it | since. 1 think it must be an excellent remedy for j Sea-sickness aud Dyspepsia. MRS. SAMUEL KUCLD. j Madisop, J une Stlth, lstrt. ■-— n»veu. Juuf asm. 1864. Mes»r*. C. ti. Clark ft Co —(.<«/1 desire to make known tho aJmo*t instantaneous effects of “Coe’s Dyspepsia Cure." incases of ukoicm morbus. 1 had been tor twenty four hoots purging at the stomach and bowels, every fifteen nunutes. I went into your drug store to procure some brandy, as 1 haul always been told that it was a good remedy lor Dysentery, My pallid face and my weakness at once attracted tu* munition ol the clerk in charge, aud he asked me at once "what is the matter v i replied: “I have been tort won try. four hours vomit ing aud purging, aud 1 aui unable to sta#4 or walk, from weakness, aud this deadly sickn^sat my stom ach eomp’eteiy prostrates me.’ lie produced a bot tle of Cues Dyspepsia Cure, saying, “take a large swallow of that* it is now 11 o’clock; taken another after dinner.” From the moment I took that gr-t dose of the medicine my sickness at stomach w*sga>ue- its effect was instantaneous. Iu an hour 1 oat my JiLuvr with as good a relish as ever hungry man partook, <a* I was well cleared out of food.) aud followed by a toaspoonfal pf cure. 1 have not suffered a particle ot iuconveuieuae lice I took the remedy. Its action was so w^nderiul aud so immediate, that 1 could hardly believe tlm evidence* of my own seuses. and 1 desire to puolicly make known these facts, that the whole world may avail themsolve^ of its use Dike bread, it tbould find a place in every oue’s and I believe that no one should go away from home without u bottle of it iu his pocket, or where it could b . .4u»ck,y made available. Truly yours, I- DKAKE. (Ms qf the Twenty-JIre. New llaven.July 11th, 1864.W Ms Co*— Sir: — Having been Doubled with the : Dyspepsia for some eight or twelve mouths. 1 have taken the usual kinds ol medicines, which havo dona me no good. 1 saw your advevtxs^mpnt of a medi cine to care the Dyspepsia. I have t/iod ,rt, and touml it to bo thk medicine The Mrst 16 drops ,'tbe 7th of June,) that 1 took, relieved me in one minute. I have taken it three or four times, but have had no distressing feuding iu my stomach since taking the first 16 dropsi although before. I could not eat a meal, and sometimes no i«*xp than three or four mouthfnlls without distressing me. Kevpeetiully. J. F*. WOODKUFF. New Haven. Juuellth, 1864 Mu. Coe—/bar Sir:—The bottle of Dyspepsia Medicine 1 received from you, gave instantaneous relief. I only uvpd it whep my food distressed me. It was about like taking two Joses K»-day, one to rn wrow, then every other day, increasing f he ouan tit v nt lood and decreasing the medicine.until I was enabled to eat without taking anything at all. My case was an extreme one. having suffered for seven years. 1 now consider myself cured, and by using only one bottle of medicine in the space of two months. The dose was a teaspoonftil. Kllkk 8. ALL**. Sold by Druggists in city and country, every where. 7 Price *1.00 per Bottle. Order* by mail, from either dealer* or oonoumera, promptly attended to. C. G. CLARK A CO. WloieteUt Druggittt, Ktv> Battn, Conn., Proprietor*. Bold in Portland by W. I, Phillip*. H U. Hay, amd all etbor Cooler*. marohleedlytt MEDICAL. __ I> R. J. B. HUGHES CAB BB VOCBD AT BIB PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, No. 3 Temple Street, WHKBKhecM b« oon.ulted Lriviu-;y,.nd wlUi the utmost confidence by the afflicted, at all hours daily, from 8 a. m. to » r. m. Dr. H. addressee those who are suffering under the affliction of private disease, whether arising from Impure connection or the terrible vice ot self-abuse. Devoting his entire time to that particular branch oI the medical profession, he feels warranted in IxUab* A NT K BIN U A CURB IN ALL CAIM, Whether Of lOBf standing or recently contracted, entirely removin I the dregs of disease from the system, and making ; perfect and PERMANENT CUEM. He would call the attention of the afflicted to t fact ot hi* long standing and well earned reputation, furnishing sufficient assurance of his skill and mo 0688. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Every Intelligent and thinking person must know that remedies handed out from general use should I iiave their efficacy established by well-tested ex pa rlance in the hands of a regularly educated physi cian, who»e preparatory study fits him lor all the duties he must fulfill; yet the count ry is flooded with uoor nostrum*; and cure-alls, purporting to be the best in the world, which are not only useless, but al ways injurious. The unfortunate should be pabtio i ULA u in selecting bis physician, as it is a lamentable I yet incoutrcvcrtable fact that many syphilitic ap ! tients are ni*de miserable with ruined constitutions , by maltreatment from jnexpt riouoed physicians in general practice; lor It Is a point generally conceded by the best syphilographers, that the study ted man agement of these complaints should engross the | whole time of those who would be competent and I successful in their treatment and cure. The inex perienced general practitioner, having neither op I portunity nor time to make himself acquainted with ! their pathology, commonly mmrues one system ol | treatment, in most cases making an indiscriminate use of that antiquated and dangerous weapon, Mer cury. HAVE CONFIDENCE. All who have committed an excess of any kind,* whether it be the solitary vice of youth, or the sting lag rebuke of misplaced confidence in maturer years, . SEEK FOR AN AN TI DOT * IN SEASON. The Paift and Aches, and Lassitude and Nervous Prostration that may follow Impure Coition, are the Barometer to the whole system. Do not wait for the consummation that is suro to fol low, do not wait for Unsightly Ulcers, for Disabled Limbs, for Ixwe of Beauty and Complexion. now MANY THOUSANDS CAN TESTIFY TO THIS B Y UNHAPPY EXPERIENCE. Young Men troubled with emissions in sleep, a complaint generally the result of a bad habit in youth, treated scientifically, and a perfect cure war ranted or no charge made. Hardly a day passes 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 oiecs yield to the proper and only oorreot oourse of treatment, and in a short time are made to rejoioe In perfoet health. MIDDLE AGED There are many men at tneafcv. v« w wuoare troubled with too frequent evacuations from the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting of burning sensation, and weakening the system in a ! manner the patient cannot account for. On exam* j ining urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often be i found, and sometimes mu all particles of semen or albumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin milkisb hue. again changing to a dark and turbid appearance. There are many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which is the : 8BCOKD 8TA0B Of 8BMISAL WBAKNB88. 1 can warrant a perfect core in such cam, and • . (till and health) restoration of the urinary organ*. ! P.rion. whocunnot personally consult the Dr., I o&n do so by writing in a plain manner a description | of their unease, and the Appropriate remedies will he forwarded immediately. All oorrtwpondencx strictly oouldenuai and will he returned if desired. Address. DR. J. B Ht GriKS. No. .remotest., [oorner of Middle] Portland BW head btnmp mt cirtflar. Eclectic Medical Infirmary, TO THE LADIES. i rhR. UUGHKH partionlarly Laritee all Ladles wh< U need a medical adviser, to call at his room*, No 6 Temple Street, which they win Had arranged foi their especial accommodauoo. Dr. li.'s Kclectio RenovatingMedloiaeikxeorrival ; led in efficacy and superior virtue in regulating al : Female irregularities Their action It speciflc ant certain of t^oduiag relief in a abort time. S.ADIKS will hoc it invaluable in ail cases of oh a tractions after all other maudi’* navy bean tried it vain. It Is purely vegetable, containing nothing it the least injurious to the health, and may he taact with perfoot safety at all times. Best ;o any past oftheooaatry with fall direction by adcreesiag DR. HUGHES, No. I Temple Street,oo/mor of Middle,Portland. M. B.—LADIES decinag may ooatalt one of tact i own sex. A lady of experience id constant attend aaoa. ianldAwly female STRENGTHENING CORDIAL. This Medicine is of long tried officacy for oorrect i icg aJl disorder* incidental to the feminine sea. ; That the aftftwiod may feel assured that this Cordial ■ is truly valuable and worthy their confidence,' not one ot those secret compounds purpfiird tp destroy healthy fiction, I add a few testimonial* from pkys ' ician# whom all. favoring the Electric aud Returned ; Practice o; Medicine, respect. I DR WILLARD C. GEO RGB, formerly Professoi lullic Wuiuuki Radical College, and !‘re&id«i»t ol i the Electric Medical Society, Mass., speaks in ! the following term)* | 411 have used the Female Strengthening Cordku similar to that preparation by DR. GEO. W 6WETT. 10b Hanover Street, and 1 regard it as one of the best Medicines for Female Complaint! that can be found." | DR. J. RING. Author of 44 Woman : Iler Dis eases and their Treatment," says: I "This Medici us appears to exert a specific influ ence on the Uterus It is a valuable a^ent in all de* rangemt bts of the Female Keproauctive Organs." Dk. SMITH, President of the New York Asso ciation of Botanic Physicians, says : * No Female, if in ueiicate health, shoud omit the | timoly use of this valuable Cordial, i owe much ot | my success in midwifery to the use of this Medi cine." MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADJKS The following from Dr. FA Y is worthy your no tice: “ As a general remedy for Female Complaints this I 4 Cordial is a very valuable one. but by the Profes l sion it ie esteemed more highly for its good nwult I during Confinement in relieving the great suffering I attendant nppn childbirth. 1 acknow ledge with Dr. Smith that much of my success in midwifery i* due to the use ot this medk:ne It strengthens both mother and child. In each cases i follow the di rections of Prof. King, by allowing iny patients to use it a few weeks previous to confinement, as by . the energy it imparts to the uterine nervous system > the labor will be very much facilitated, and removes the scraps wtush m$ny females are liable to. No woman, if she kusw the g**at value of this Strength - I ening Cordial would tail to use u v i 1 have received numerous testimonials from diff erent parts of the country where used. Knowing j the good It is capable ofdoing. I w II warrant every ! bottle ol my 44 Cordial" to be satisfactory ia its re* • suit*. Iho following symptoms indicate these ^flections in which the Female Strengthening Cordial ha* proved invaluable: Indisposition to Exertion. Wskcfulnc**, Uneasi ness, Depression of Spirits, Trembling. Loss of ' Power. Pain in the Back. Alternate Chills, and i Flushing of Heart, Dragging Sensation at the ; Lower Part of tht- Body, Headache, Languor. Ach ing Along the tfitgns, Intolerance of Light and 1 Sound. Pale Countenance. Derangement ot the Siozssteh and Bowels, Difficult Breathing, Hysteria. Ac.. Ac. ' It is a specific remedy in all Uterine Diseases, Chlorosis ol Green siokness. Irregularity, Painful ! ness. Proffise or Suppression or Customary Dis ! eharge*. I^ucorrhwa or Whites. Scirrhus or Uloer | ate State ot the U terus, Sterility, Ac I No t»wk*r Tonic can possibly be put up than this. 1 aud none levs likely to do harm, and it is comprised wholly of vegetable agents, and such as we have known to be valuable, and have uoed for many years. PRICE, One Dollar Per Bottle, or six bottles for 96. I Should your druggist not have it, send directly to , us, and when »ia bottles or more are ordered we will 1 pay all expense*, and have it securely packed from observation. Be sure and get that prepared at the New England Botanic Depot. 106 Hanover St. Boston. GEO W. SWEPT, M D., Proprietor. H* 11. HAY, Agent, Portland* i mchSeodfim * ITATEMIIT OP TIE /tin a Insurance Company, OF HARTFORD. CONN., | On th* ?** day of November, A. D. 1363, ai required by tap LiW* of the State of Maine. ; fhe Capital Stock U.. .77?..•1.500.0*0 am/ %cith the surplus is invested a* fo'lows: Real estate, unincumbered, 987.968 13 ! Cash ir. band, on deposit, and in agenU’ hand*. ' *16.960 M United States Btoota, M3,347 60 State and City Stocks, and Town Bonos, ton.460 00 Bank and Trust Company Stocks, 1,1*47,370 00 Mortgage Bonds, 331,960 00 Atlantic Mutual Ins. Co’s sorip, 1862-8, 16,886 60 > 99,026.879 74 Amount ef Liabilities tier L*»aw 931 due or adjusted, 9*72 41196 Amount at risk, ostimated, 116.616,479 Of TU08. A. ALEXANDER, President. Luciua J. Uaudih, Secretary. Hartford, Nov. 7, 1863. J. C. CHOBOmidi, Agent. No. 4 Iron Block, Portland Pier. deo6 dt f Copartnership Noiite. fllHK undersigned h^vp this day formed a Copart X nership under the name anj style of Fling A >\ hittemore. and have takeu the more formerly oc cepied by ileury Fling, No. 91, Commercial street, i where they intend doing a Commiaalon and Whole sale business, in Teas. Tobacco, W. 1 Goods, Gro ceries and Provision:*. HENRY FLING. STEPHEN iFAAlTTEMORK. Portland July 8.1864 dtf Nolite. THE undersigned being, a portion of the persons ' named in Section 1st of an act eutitled • An act to incorporate the New 1 og land Screw Steamship Company," berebj' give public notice that the tirst nift-tias of said corporation for the pnrposeot or ganization. will he held at the Portland and New York Steamship Office, on Brown’s Wharf, I hurt day, September 16th, 1864, at 2 1-2 o’olook, P. M. St. Jchh Smith, Joan B. Bnow». Mark P. Fmhkt. Phillip H. Bkvwm, Humbt Fii. Portland, Sept. 1,1864. dtd MEDICAL, Good News for Ike (Jkfortu.'kte. THB LOUS S0C8HT FOB DISCOVERED AT LAST. Cherokee Remedy -AID CHEROKEE INJECTION. OOMFOCNDRD FROM BOOTS, BARKS AND DBA TBS CHEROKEE REM El) y, the great ndian Diu etlo, cures all dlmaso* of tho Urinary t. gans.sucli as Incontinence of the trine, lnilamation of the ilUdneys,Stone in the Bladder, stricture, Gravel, Gleet, Gonorrhea, and Is especially recommended in tbosocasesof floor Aibut,(or Whites in Females: where all the old nauseous medicines have tailed. It is prepared in a highly concentrated form, the doee only being from one to two teaspoonfuls three times per day. It ia diuretic and alterative in its action; purifying and cloansing the blood. causing it to Bow in all its original purity and vigor; thus remoring fromtbe system all pernicious causes which have induced dis ease. CHEROKEE INJECTION is Intended as an ally or assistant to the CUERUEEE RE.VED T. an. should be used in conjunction with that medicine in all casesof Gonorrhea, Gleet, floor Altutor Whitee Its effects are healing, soothing and demulcent; re moving all tpgldinfi, beat, choadee and pain, instead of the burning and almost unendurable pain that is eKjprieuced with nearly gll the cheap qnackinite ■tone. By the a sc of tho CHEROKEE REM ED Y and CHEROKEE INJECTION—the two medicine* at the same time—all improper dischaigesare removed and the weakened organs are speedily restored to fall vigor and strength. t or full particular* get oar pamphlet from any drug store in the country, or write us and we will mail free to any address, a full treatise. Price, CHEROKEE REMEDY, 12 per bottle, or three bottles for f£. Prioe, CHEROKEE INJECTION, 12 per bo e or three bottles for 16. Bent by Kaproes to any address on receipt ot the prioe. Bold by ail druggists, everywhere. DR. W. R. M ERWIN h Co.. solb rRopat aTuaa, Ho. S» Liberty 8t., New T«». Cherokee Cure ! TH K VKliT jRDlAS MKDIC1XR, OOVFQUBDBD FROM ROOTS, BARRS AMD LBAVBB I Ah unfailing core for Spermatorrhea, Semina Weakness, Nocturnal Emission*, and all disease! , caused by self potation; such as Loss of Memory Universal Lassitude, Pains in the back, Dimness ol Vision, Premature old Age, Weak Nerves. Difficult) of Breathing. Trembling, Wakefhlness, Eruption* on the Face. Pale C ountenance, insanity, Consump tion, and all the direftal complaints caused by de parting from the path of nature. ThD medicine is a staple vegetable extract, and one on which all can rely, as U has been u*cd in oar practice for many year*, and, with thousands treated, it has not {tailed in a single instance. Its enrativi powers have been sufficient to gain victory over the most stubborn case. To those who have trifled with their constitution ( until they think themselves t»«ywnU the* reach ol medical aid, we would say, Drtpair notthe CURR ORFF CURR will restoro you to health and vigor ; and u»ur all doctors have failed. For ftall particulars get a eu«uu*r fro pi any Dr«| •tore iu the country, or write the Proprietors, whe will mall free to any one desiring the same a ItalJ treatise In pamphlet form. Price, ta per Pvuic, «*r thrsp bottles for 05, and forwarded by express to all parts of the world, bold by all respeotaoie dsuggisis everywhere. DU. W. A. MBA WIN A Co., no lb FBoraivToae, ftattteodfcwUr Bp. Liberty St . New York. CATARRH ! NOISES IN THE HEAD I I CUBED BY 1NHALANA ; -A. Harmless Fluid, OF AGREEABLE ODOR. ! INO or the Head. uJk k* THE SENSE OF TASTE AND SHIU BESTOBED DK. R. UOODALE'S CATARRH REMEDY. Dr. Goodale has combatted Catarrh until he ha# fought it down. It has been a long war, bat hit tri ^ umph is complete. Through all coming time hit Ca tarrh Remedy will be known as the only one anti dote for a disease which superacialists hare declar ed incurable. Catarrh doctors, so called, spring np like mushroom, on all aides. The object of these pocket practitioners is money. They use dangerous instruments. Their violent manipulations irritate I the already in&amso membrane. They never cure, i Dr. Goodale’* treatment is medicinal, not mcchani j cal. lie does not believe in the force-pump system 1 which is working so mccb mischief, liis remedy I passes through the absorbents, to the seat of the dis ease, aud obliterates it. It does not reiiev# merely ! for * day, bnt for all time. Lastly, it oosts a dollar a bottle—no more. Dr. Do*ige of Auburn N. T. After having witnessed the effects of this Remedy ! in Catarrh, thus speaks of it;—It is truly aud an ■ conditionally a Herculean .Specific for the whole dis j ease, buch an article ought not to be ‘ hid under a bushel,” and any man who can invent so truly an efficient and i>osi(ire a remedy for such a loathsome disease, ought to be considered one of the benetac | tors of his race, and his name and the effect* ot his skill perpetuated. Yours respectfull*. D. L DODGE, A. M. Plint if*let, the veil-known Traveller, And whose family uhysician Dr. Goodale was for many years, savs—"If Dr. Goodale says he can eare Catarrh, heeoi* cure it,” ftp. Price 81- bend a stamp for a pamphlet. Dr. R UOODALE’b Office ami Depot , 7ft, Bleeker street, one door west ol Broadway, New Yojk. H. II. Uay Agent for Portland. June 2d. 1368. june2dly SpnoxoM GuaiuiAL'eOjrricfi, I Wsshiugb n Lity, June24,1364. J VAT AN TED— Surge? ns and Assistant burgeons f v for the Colored Troop*—Candidates must be Graduates of some Regular Medical College, and must be examiued by a Hoard ot Medical Officers to be convened by the Surgeou General. The Board will determine whetner the candidate will be ap pointed Surgeon or Assistant burton, according to merit Applications accoinuauied by one or more test menial* iri«a respectable persons, as to moral character. Ac., should be addre*»cd to the burgeon General. U. S. A., Washington. D C , or to the As ; ststant burgeon General, U. b. A.. Louisville. Ey Boards are now in session at Boston. New York Washington, Cincinnati, bt. Louis, and New Or leans. Also wanted. Hospital Stewards for Colored Reg I intents. Candidate* must posse** % fair English Ed j ucation.and be familiar with the compounding and i dispensing of Medieiucs. Applications must be mads a* tu the case of 8nrg*on* and Assistant burgeons. Compensation from 823 00 to 833 <J0 per month, with Clothing, rations, fuel and H*a« ter*. _ JOb. E. BARN Kb. Julyl-2aw3m Acting Surgeon General. GRANT S COFFEE A SPICE KILLS. OtUOlSAl K 'T' HLJSIIVMST. J. GRANT, Whole..!. Duller in nil kind, ot COFFEE, SPICES, Nalirraiun dk t rvdui Turutr, A'«e Cof'< ‘*»d Spici Mill,. 1» „uj li fnion street, j fiertlaeut. Me. Coffbe end Spice, put up ror the trmde, with an, •ddruws, in nil variety ol peckag.., end warranted a. raprwwnted. Coffee routed ssd ground for th. trad, at taort notice. O^AU goods entrusted a i the owner's rik. _ftfiAffihlQdtf j THE BOSTON FIRE BRICK And Cinjr Ketort Manufacturing Co., Work. 3M Federal street, Office and Warehouse I» Liberty 1 SquMe and 7 Batter,marck Bt. minufkctur, I Brick, all shape, and n.e., for furnace, required to }h* m.u,t lute“*e heat alto Furnace Block, and Slab., Locomotive Fire Blocks. Bakers'Ovea and Oreeu hon«Til«,Clay Ketori. and nee. wary Set them, Fir. Lament. Fire Claj and Kaolin. ,.The uuder,ign«d will give their speoial attention thatali order, for th. above manufacture ,ro eaean ted with promptne. JAKES E MONO ACO. >*bk»« Aona'Tt, 11 Li thirty kqaar., Boston. Bfliiii nod fen MEDICAL. MORE TE8TU0MA1A ! m MRS. MANCHESTER I» oon»tan tly re«>i ring uoaolictted testimonial# ui oMtomiMng cmtm performed by her. Ament ■any recently room Ted ara the following, which are oommended to the notio# of the afflioted. Mra.Raa ohoator may bo oor.nlted at No. 11 Clapp’, Block,Room No.6. A CASK OP SPINAL DISK ASP CVttKb Thl. la to oortlfy that I went temKn. Maaohea tarlaat March with a daughter of mine troubled with ipinal dlaoaoo, for whioh aho bad been doctored for d»o yean, aad by h number ot phyaiclun* of kind.; and she haa had twenty-one application, electricity applied, hut all to no effect i bat .bo ooa tinaally grow worn. J oame to tho ooaolnMoa, tho laot retort, to go and wo Mr. Manohaatar, aad did ao; and to ay great aurpriaa .ho told ae the Irat anao ol the dlaoaao, aad how aho bad beta (tea tlaa to time, whioh encouraged ao to try bur medicine.. I did to, aad aow ay daughter ia able to bo aroaad the houee all ol tho ttao. She alto ride, tod or 11 toon mile, without any trouble or laoouTouiUBeo.uad Ithluk in a .hort Uao aho wlU be reatorad to perfect noalih. 81 joe my daoghtar boa boon doctoring, 1 “ ' hoard of a grant many oaaea that Mr. Manob. a roaM<ttfouJ *““* ,f“T p*r,on 4“«»*a Pai °“** ’ *ta**• n*MhjRfou to paoaerra tho health f o aioa and tuAring; and I know that aho aaoa every effort whioh 1U.I.W, to Umtt ho. 8anan L. Kniupm Malms, OMK OK TMM OSKATKST CVKKS onRKCOH M“- Ranonnamn—Oaor Jfodaa.-Thinkiag statement of ay oaae may bo of aorrteo to other* dmilarly afflict**, I haa ten to gtro it to you ThM ia brief/ ay eoao—1 waa takaa auk a boat U montha ago with tho Liver Complaint la a vary bad i form. 1 applied to four different pbyaislan., but re i eoived no beaodt until I nulled on yon. At that time I had given up buainoaa, uud waa la a vary had atata, i but after taking your modiotn* for u abort time I bo ; gan to recover, and In two montha I waa entirely j wall, and had gained revere! pouuda of toeh, aad 1 tan truly my that by year .kill I am a pertootiy heal ^ ♦ Mmtma D^l. ParU^' ^ A REMARKABLE CURE OP A CARE OK DRO BT CURED BT MRS. MARCHES TEE. Thin 1* to oertuy ttuU I have bees oared at lit Dtopej of fifteen yean .tending by Mrt. MmuJu: itr. 1 bare been to phyeieUn. ia Beaton, New Tort and Philadelphia. They all told ne that they oonld de nothing tor me. ealeae they tapped ne, aad aa •arodne that by tapping I oonld live bat a abort tine. I had made ap my Bird to go home aad live aa long u 1 oonld with the dinaae, ud then die. On ■y way home I ntayed over eight la Portland with a friend of mine, and told them what my mind war a regard to my dlnaae. They finally pemnaded me to go aad tee In. Maaebeetar. She examined me aad told me my eaee exactly. I wan eo mnoh aetoninhed to think that the told me eorreotly, that I told her that I would take her medh dan, not having the leant frith that they wo.Id me aay good, or that 1 ahoald get the nlightont relief from aay eoarne whatever; finally 1 too* the medi cine aad went home, la one weak from the time I eommeneod taking the medicine, 1 had aver three galloae of water pane me ia terea hoara; aad ay fel low taBtrerr any be aneared that it wae a great reliel to me. I bad not been able to lie dowa la bed al night before thin tor two yearn. Now 1 eaa lie do» with perfect eaee. 1 have tfckea her mediator .. night month!, aad am «e well an aay ana could t | *»*1 ao nigao of dropey. 1 would adyh. ; that are nlok to go aad ooaaalt Uri. “—> I *”D If they have been given ap by other pk | aietaan. I have neat her a number of eaeee of eti.. (Hannon, aad the ban oared them alee. Go aad for yon reel vee. 1 had no totth, hat bow my «*»■, oencot be lhaked la her iklll la toiling aad o-utaa • Hnxwoe/ luxux to. Huxxon, B-rr,M+.,Ar«i!U*rA-,Ua*0' Owwiou Hotrma—Prom 8 A. M.tai IP.*. •eptlT iafcoatal edly | Lyon's Periodical Drops TME QBE AT FEMALE MSMEJDT. Lyons Periodical Drops! AUHTTIITIIIAU Pills, Powders A Quck PraparaMi. I Lyons Periodical Drops -ABB-* Sure to do Ooodud ouaot do Sw. LYON’S PERIODICAL DR0P8! The Great Frauk Btaedy LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! asa aarraa tbxb tu PILLS,POWDERS t QUACK PREPARATIVES LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARE SURE TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HAEM. Lyon’s Periodical Drops THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. I Lyon’s Periodical Drops ARK BETTER TUAN ALL BILLS, BOW DEES AJfD QUACK MKDIC1SMM. Lyon’s Periodical Drops Apd Sure to do Good and oannot do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Great Female HrmcS) LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS arm nmrruu mi all Pill*, Powder* and Quack Piwpantioua LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS 8UKK TO DO UOOD ADD CANNOT DO HAIM Lyon’s Periodical Drops THB OBBAT FKMALB BBHBDT Lyon’s Periodical Drops Ars better than all Pill*. Powder*. And Quack Preparation*. Lyon’s Periodical Drops, Sure to do Good and cannot dp Harm. Price, 91 per Bottle. For (ale by *11 Drojjut.. At whoUttl. by W. F Phillip.. U. U. Hoy a Co., Portiue. UfBoodly MAINE INSURANCE CO. Aiivita, Jtaia*. THE Main* ImruM Compur* ipiul lo« or damage by Fin. Building,. Morohaa due Mid Furniture, on term u favorable a. It cu be done br nay uolreut Company. Polioio. lumen for One. Three, or Five yonn. J. L. CUT1.EK. Preuident. 1. H. WILLIAMS, Bocioiari EDWARD SHAW-Ageni. Ho. 103 KUdlo Stroot. Mil MMllv — — ■ ... .i i ■ ■ i. ■ ■■«. Dissolution of Copartnenhlp. fllMF copartnership heretofore existing between X. the nudcrs.gued, it, by mutual consent, hereby dissolved All persons indebted to tbs concern will pieMO settleimmediately. end nil having demands agaluat •aid firm will please present them for settlement. AM Smith will continue the business at the old stand, No. 171 Fore St , as heretofore. • • C. Lnwia. _ A. M. Smith. Portland. Sept. 1. 1864. sepTdlw PORTLAND DRY DOCK COM PAN If! AN umomment or Eight Dollar. ,bar« on tlM Capital Stock of tht Company la low duo and payable »t «b. o*oo of tbo Trouaurur. 117 Cfuanuo •«&. m.-4« * M DAm -

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