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

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated September 19, 1864 Page 4
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POETRY. Brown University Centennial Ode. BT KT. BKV. BISHOP BUBGESS The following Centennial Ode, written for the occasion by the Rt. Rev. George Burgess, Bishop of the Diocese of this State, was sung by the Central Glee Club, under the immedi ate direction of its leader, Mr. Whitaker, with an accompaniment on the organ by Prof. Kel ley, at the Centennial Celebration of Brown University. Glory to Gcd on high, Who gave the nations rest. When Albion’s red cross swept the sky O'er all the open West; Then from the battle plisiD, Hen e’er their ploughshares brsathed. And swords which fiercer strife must stain. Through twelve calm years were sheathed. Bless we the patriot band. Who spoke, in council sage, With thought that grasped th expanding hand, And pleiced the coming age, “The crown of realms and hosts For other brows must shine; The Attic taste*, the tjwiuers boasts, Rhode Islander, be thine!” Praise for the bounteous dead. The bounty that sti 1 lives' The whirl ng wheel, the broad nail spread. That gathers and that gives! The iineaga good and old. Bin so nisi with generous arts, Graven, in characters of gold. On grateful human hearts' Lord of the age*, thanks For every pur* career Of chainpiou>. iu a hundred ranks, Who girt their armor here; Thru bore the day s long toil, Ur laid a young life down. For duty, the deer natal soil. And the celestial Crown. Glide back ye waves of time. To yon soft gales of apriug; Bring, half unveiled, truth's brow sublime, Life.* dawning landscape bring; The awaking classic lyre. The tale forever new; He oes. and muses, and the fire Of friend* as lover* true! Thou Century dead' with thee Must all that treasure s rep, Save that which oper to memory's hoy. And tnat which heaven shall keep' C1jm 4 is the solemn area, And Autumu winds sigh low; Ouries eiung U es resume their march, And ouwatd, onward go. Kind mother of our mind, \ For thee fresh ceaturie* wait; Then leave thine honored past behind And meet them at the gate; Lo! from a land afar The stately train draws nigh; W hue freedom wears her every star; Glory to uod on high' A Clerical Wood Sawyer.—Dr. Beech er depended upou constant manual labor lor keeping up bin own health; aud in Boston, where ne could not enjoy me luxury of a gar den to dig iu, he was oiten puzzled to hud meaut to keep bimaelf in good working order. The couseitueuce wut that he tawed all the wood for his owu family, aud often finding that too little, would beg the privilege of aawiug at the wood pile of a neighbor. He was fastidi ous iu Lhfi care of his wood saw, having it al ways at hand iu his study, hall' coucealed among minutes of councils, incomplete maga zine articles aud sermons, aud the setliug ol his saw was often duly accomplished while he settled nice points of theology with his boys, or look counsel with brother ministers. Look ing out of his study window one day, when his own wood pile was reduced to a discouraging slate uf order—% very stick sawed and split— he saw, with envy, me pile of old W. iu the street Forthwith he seized his saw, and soon the old sawyer of the street beheld a man, without cravat and In his shirt sleeves, issu ing from Di. Beecher's bouse,who came brisk ly up and asked it be wanted a band at bis pile; and lorthwitu tell lo work with a right good will, and eoou proved to bis brother sawyer that be was no mean band at the crait Nodding his bead signihcautiy at the oppo site bouse, W. said, “You live there?" “Yes.” “What sort of an old fellow it he?” “Oh,pret ty much like the rest of us. Good man euough to work for.” “Tough old chap, ain’t he?"— “Guess so, to them mat try to chaw him up.” So the couversaliou went ou till the wood wen iso last with the new comer, that W. ex claimed, “First rate saw that of yourn.” This touched the doctor in a tender point. He had set t ist saw as carefully as the article of his creed—every tooth was critically adjusted,aud so he gave a smile of triumph. “I say,” said W., “where can 1 get a saw like that ?” “I don’t kuow, unless you buy mine.’’ “Will you trade?" “Wlrat do you ask?” “I don’t know, I’ll think about it Cali at the huuae to-mor row and I’ll tell you.” The uext day the old man knocked, and met the doctor at the door, fresh from the hands of his wile, with his coat brushed and cravat tied, going out to pastoral duty. W. gave a start of surprise. “Oh,” said the doctor, “you’re the man that wanted to buy my saw. Well, you shall have it for nothing only let me have some of your wood to saw when you work on my street.” W. said he felt as if he wanted to crawl in to an auger hole.—Congregational Quarterly. The Council Bluffs Xonpareil announces that having been deserted by the printer boys, who have “gone to the wars,” It has “enlist ed” about half a dozen ot the best looking girls In town, aud is now “training up" a corps of compositors not subject to the draft. The ju bilant editor adds:— “Come on, now, with your “calls” and your “couscriptious,” Father Abraham,we are ready for yon; lake all the soldiers you want, only leave ua our preasman. And ye, peregrinat ing primers,of the masculine persuasion, don’t come this way; we want none of you; every case is taken; we have alt the force we need. Blessed be crinoline! Multum in Hoop*.'” A school boy being asked by his teacher how lie should flog him, replied: “If you please, sir, I should like to have it ou the Italian system of peumaushlp—the heavy strokes upward and the down ones light.” _. Tom Moore compared love to a potatoe, “because it shoots from the eyes,” or rather, exclaimed Byron, “because it grows less by paring.” 0LOTHING AND CLOTHING MATERIALS Navr Dara ituut, \ Bureau qf Provteiont and Clothing,} September 1, ISM. ) Separate Proposals, sealed and endorsed “Pro posals for Narr Ciothiegand Clothing Materials." wiU be reoeired at th s bureau until two o'clock r.M. 1 on tlte 12th dtf of Oetobor Lest, for tumbbint and dellrering (ou receiving thiriy days' nolice) at tbe U|h edStnesklnry kwdi at CharUetown. Maes , JS*?/ ' •• l“ “**•> numbers and quanti ?,* kuoh “we* as may be tperilled by the chie f of this bureau, or by ti e eommandeols of the said UiTI/V^ai specuvely, the numbers aud qusnti ties of the different articles, and at tbs places* sneci. fled in the following list, vis: ** ^ ~ - . . Charleztown. Brooklyn P«a Jacket*. 3000 7 0<h» Round Jackets. 2 000 3 000 t fame Cloth i'loesera, pairs 31X10 6 Obi) Blue Satinet Trowaera, “ 800 laiOo lauvaa- Duck Irowser*, ** 30TO 6 000 IWrualey Sheeting Frock* .6 000 8 000 HIuo p lanuui Offer.lung. tfuuO 10 000 Blue I iaunel Uudambirta. . 12 Onu . 18ti00 Blue Flannel Drawers, pairs 13 000 18 OUO J “* *»tiaele, yards.10 0t0 10 000 Blue F Ian ael, ' ..60 000 ltiltsm Blue Naukin, •• . 6™ Callekiu Laced Shoes, pairs 10 000 16 non Kip-skin Shoes. V... 10i00 u Woolen bocks 101X0 Uw> Blansets . 8 000 12 000 Me tres>e* (srlih one cover lor „ heck).. 8 010 8 000 Black Siik Unudkeiehielii. 6 000 8om Boots, pairs. 4 000 e uoo Offers mar be made for one or moreartirlee.atthe option of tbe bi >d»r, and lu case more than one ar ticle it c jntaioed in tins oiler, the chief of the bureau will hare the right lo accept one or more of the art! eir" noii’elned in such offer and reject the remaliidnr. The prion must 6e uniform, am of ere must embrace alt of ,uip one or more artielee deliverable at all the etatieme Km?r th* ®''Mr*ption ol articles in (lie abort list bidders are ref rred to ibe tamplea at the said Navy ”, “®l« I be advertisement of ibis bureau dated Jis“rVi *nd for Information as t > the laws and rezulif>>Bk(ln pamphlet form) rczardiDZ contract* e rumen t “ * id or ed* ad van t a geo us* ?o '^2° pfo^n^ aud Pbii.delpliia, and at this bureau Kp01aw4w American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY! OF NEW YORK. Capital *200.000, Iasare Dalldiagn. Merchandise. Beane held Furniture. Renta, Leases. Ves sels on the Stacks. and ether Per eennl Peeper,y „ lBa Low est rrtes. SAMUEL BBOWN, President, WILLIAM RAYN0K, Secrctar. EDWARD SHAW Agent, lot Middle Street. eotI7 lycod Flrat Class Boarding Bouse to Let. Tin: large well arranged house corner of Middle and Willow Ms. to let; possession given Nov 1 with a portion of the furniture for sain. For panic, u'art inquire of JOHN C. PROCTER Sept la—dti Lima street. MISCELLANEOUS. THE DAILY PRESS, CALORIC POWER JOB PRINTING OFFICE, N. A. FOSTER & CO., Proprietors. Fox Block, 821-2 Exchange St., PORTLAND, ME. Auction la reaper?folly invited to onr unrivalled facilities for executing in THE BEST STYLE OF THE ART, Every description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. Onr Establishment la fornUhed with all the ap proved MODERN MACHINERY, And onr collection of Book and Fancy Types Will bear fovorable comparison with any eatabli*b ment in the city. Business and Professional Cards, |Of every variety, atyle and coat, PRINTED AT SHORTEST NOTICE. Bill-Heads Ktiled and Cot ia the Neat est Manner. BLANKS AND BANK CHECKS,1 Of (very description executed in the beat atyle. Ball road, and other Corporation Work, dona with promptness and fldelity. _ INSURANCE POLICIES. BILLS OP LADING, TIME TABLES,* nd all torts ot LEGAL DOCUMENTS, at short notin. Straw, Ktforti, ud til kitdi if tapkldi, Put up In superior style. __ Bronzed and Colored Labels, For Apothecaries, Merchants, and Fanoy Dealers ffot up in the best style of the art. Weddino- O ards, Notn of Invitation, Visiting Cards, Lists of Dan no, sic., etc., of every variety and cost, furnished at short notice. _ LARGE POSTERS, Haad-bllH, Shop-bills, Progam iaes, Circulars, I And plain printing of every deeeription. Also, Buie and figure work, executed neatly, and on term, that cannot foil to satisfy. THE DAILY PBESS j Printing Office has one of Sopor* Improved Calorie 1 Engine* for motive power, and is famished with improved and costly Presses—Cylinder and Platen— from the most celebrated makers. We have in con stant use one of HUE'S LARGE CYLINDER PRESSES, capable of throwing off 2500 Sheets an hour; one of Adam'* Power Pres***—the best book press in the world; Adam’s and Potter's Pa*t Machine Job Presses; Haggles' superior Card Pres : Adams’ and Union large Hated Presses, Standing Presses, and all the machinery neoessary for a well appointed office. The Daily Press Job Office is believed to be as well I furnished as any similar establishment in the State. Tboee sending order from the country may rely on reoeiving prompt attention. We execute all orders in the shortest possible time and in the neatest and best manner. We 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 lYinting mast be directed te the Daily Press Job OJlce, No. 82* Exchange street. Portland. Me. The Job Office Is under the personal supervision •f 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, Thelnrgeat dully paper east of Boaton, end having a larger circulation than all the other d ail lea in the eity combined, it published at the Office in toa ®iaak. M1-9 Exchange Street, e rery morning— Sunday excepted, at 88,00 per annum. THE MAINE STATE PBESS, The largaat paper in Haw Kngland. eight pages, 1, published every Wedneaday, containing all the aawa by mail a-d telegraph, important rending matter. Marine Liet, Musket Keporta, Ac., of the Daily Preee, at the following pricca, via Ilailr »rr< year, lararlaMy *»•«*•■«•.. Subacriptioos solicited Agents wanted in every i town. Postmasters requested to act as agents. N. A. FOSTER A Co., Pbopbiitou. Portland June 1, 18*4. dtf ~ INTERKATI OilAL Fire Insurance Company ! 0r -Neve York, OJice 113 Broadway. CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000. i WM. E. WARREN, President. HAMILTON IIRUCE, Vice President. UEURUE W. RAVAUE, Secretary. 'Portland Board qf references: Jomts B. Bnown A Boa, Hkbskt Flbtchbb A Co. j H. J. UbbtACo. Johh Lv«ch A Co. The undereigned having been appointed Aobat j and ATroaaar lor this Coinpat y, as now prepared to^leeae Polloles oa Insurable Property at current |WPortland OJtcr, 183 Fort Street. JOHN W. MUNEER. Agent. Jaaa 3.1834 —dtf Seizure of Uoodi. NOTICE ifl hereby given that the following de •cribed good* w.-re *< ir*d at thU port, ou the «ay« hereinafter mentioned, lor a violation of the llevenn® * :—Juno 24 1804 ou wharf from 8t- Jobn. N B-s 1 bbl Whiskey, !f 11 ***>•■ «*»•> Ju,7 15. 1864. on board brijj Ibo-. Conner, 2 bbJs Molas-t*. July 26 1W4. onboard a team 1 hbl >u*a r, 1 baa Nazir hhl^Svo186t* ou briK Manha A U rry. 1 mue?9M.T««„f **"*' U- 18ti4’ bo»,d br>P Cal muck2bblsMolaues August Id, 1864. on board brig C. H. Kennedy 4 Mils Molasses. po'sous. desiring the ssme. ure re quested to appear and mate such claim wiiMn nlce d»"‘ h«'«oi: otherwise & r ix^'risr6 w,a‘ Sept 3—dlew3w ^ AS 111! URN, Jb., Cotiector. 1ST O T I C E PROV08T MARSHAL’S OFFICE, , First District, Slate,/Maine, ( I_ Portland, August 11th, 1834 f -tlUIRIKS on all ordinary subjtcls connected •tth the enrolment, draft, exemptions liabili >y e .edits xud coconuts of men furnish* I, eaould be addressed to the Provost Marsital of th e tseagveaatonal District, and iu case be is net able t * J1' bf will ask information -.1 the Provosi seared »<,U*r‘lo,th,H,*,«- Answers ms v be thus r2t MailK? F.rompt!f '*•«» ky addrorsing the Pro i»po«.ut M,.Vne.°r*n“ W“W»*»0P. Where more j to multitude SlJf Prevent prompt answers reaa on Mrtonai.q,Ud"?an‘'* “««« •'* to the Hu qMaee. ^ d 0,h*r “«‘ers of minor ecus*. By Order of Hator J w. T. ' , re _ s QUARLES H DOLUiUY ASfPU^dtar°¥0,t “‘"b*’ 1,4 Maine. ' ---— 1 Grand Trunk Railway. Fbiioht Aoihct * , Portland, itepi 8 ia«4 ALL perrons requiring reoelps from this c<m peny for the delivery of Freight ,Bq . •f might charges, above twenty dollars, icuai at fix Stamps apon the same or they will not he signed Sept 3—dim JOHN POKTEOUR, Agent.. _RAILROADS. { FOR CHICAGO. M1LWA0KIE, And all parts of the West. UCUB8I0N TlCklW N CHICAGO. 11LIALUI, And all other points at the WEST, SOUTH At NORTH W EST, For sale at the reduced rates of fare at the Union Ticket Office, 31 Exchange St., W. D. Little, Agent. JnneHAdtf i« REDUCED^RATEST IJirOUTANT TO TRAVELERS -TO THB West, North West & South West! W. t>. LITTLE. IS Agent for all the great leading routes to Chica go, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit. Mil waukie. Galea a, Oskosh, St. Paul, Lacrosse, Green Bay, Quincy. St. Louis, Louisville, ludianauolis, Cairo, etc., etc., and is prepared to turuish Thboucm 11CKBT8 from Portland to all the principal cities aud towns in the loyal Stales and Canadas, at the lowest rates of lare. and all neodlul information ohoerfully granted. Travelers will dud It greatly to their advantage to procure their tickets at the Union Tieket Office, 31 Exchange Street, {Ur STAIRS,) W. t). LITTLE, Agent. %RT' Passenger* for California, by the Old Line Mail Steamer aud Panama Kail road, may be secured by early application at this oflice. Tickets to Montreal and (Quebec and return (via the Grand Trunk Kail way) may be obtained at this ageney ou lavorablc terms. may26dfc wtl UliAAD TKDMK HAILWA1 Of Canada. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. jMgn On and alter Monday, June 27,1864, trains will run daily, (Sundays except ed) until further notion, as follows: Up Trains* Leave Portland lor island Pond, Moutreal and Quebec at 7.0o a. a. and 1.26 r. m. Down Trains* Leave Island Poud for Portland, at 6 30 ▲. m. and » 16 r. m. The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding S60 in value, and that per sonal, unless notice is given, and paid for at the rate of one passenger lor every 6600 additional value. C. J BRIDGES, Managing Director. U. BAILEY, 6ui>erintendent. Portland. June 26, 1864. nov6 PORTLAND AND KENNKDEC R.R. SPRING ft SUMMfcK ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 25, 1864 □gaMg. Passenger train* leave 8kowbegan for eQVVInD ort *“J and Boston, at $.45 A. M , Au gUB>a, ll.tx A. i.f and Bath 12 10 P. M. Aueosta tor Portland and boston at 5.9u A, m. ; Bath 6.8u A. M. Portland for Bath, Aacnsta, W atervi 111, Kendall'* Mill* and Skowhegao, at 1.10 P. M. Portland for Bath and Augusta 8.16 P. M. Passengers for stations on the Androscoggin Rail road will change cars at Brunswick. The 1 10 »\ II. train f<om Portland connect* at Kendall’s Mills with Maine Central Railroad for Bangor, Ac , arriving same evening. Stages leave Ua.h lor Rockland at 9 A.M. and 8 P M. Stages leave Augusta for Belfast at 4 P. M. Stages leave Skowbegan at 6 10 P. M. for Anton, Soion.ftc. Through Tickets for all the stations on this ami the Androscoggin Railroad, can be procnrred in Boston at the Eastern or Boston and Maine station*. B. U. CUSHMAN, Superintendent. April 18, 1864. aptttf Verb St Cumberland Kulliuud. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. On and after MONDAT, April ltb., 1864, train, will leave a. follow*, until further notice: Saco Hirer lor Portland at 6 46 (Freight Train with Passenger Cara) and #16 a. n., and8 80 P. a. Leave Portland tor Saco River, 7.46 A. a. and 3.00 and 6,30 r. a. The 3.00 p. M. train out, and 6.46 a . a. train into Portland, will be freight trains with passenger cars attached. Stares connect at Kaccarappa daily for Sooth Windham, Windham Center and Great Falls. At Gorham for West Gorham, Stxndish. Steep Kalis, Baldwin. Sebago, Bridgtou. Hiram, Liming loo, Cornish, Denmark, Brownfield. Lovel. Frve burg, Conway,Bartlett, Albany, Jackson and La i ton. N. U. At Buxton Center for West Buxton, Bonner En gle, South Limingtoo. LimJngton and Limerick At Baoo River tri-weekly, for Hollis, Limerick, > Oesipee. Newlieid. Partousfield, Ettingnam, Free dom, Madison, r aton, Cornish, Poner, Ac. Fares 6 cents less wuen tickets are purchased la the Offioe, than when paid in the Cars. DAN. CARPENTER,8upt. Port-’and April 7, ISM. dtf nillliE CENTRAL RAILROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, naan Trains laave Portland, Grand Trank Mf^D^iHstation, for Lewiston and Auburn, at For Bangor and intermediate stations at 1.36 r.w-I RETURNING—leave Lewiston nt 6.30 A. M., and arrive in Portland at 8.80 a m. Leave Bangor at 7.91 a. is., and arrive in Portland at 3 16 r. j*. Both these trains oouuoot xt Portland with trains for Boston. Freight train loaves Portland at S A. a., and re turning (s due in Portland at 1 p. a. Stages connect with trains at principal stations, daily for most of the towns North and East of this line. C. M. MORSE,Sup’t. Watorvllle. November, 1868. deol4 PORTLAND. SACO A PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS, Commencing April 11th, 1864. jmmmj Passenger Trains will lesre the Sta W9K Don, Canal street, daily, (Sundays ex cvoted i as tollows: Leave Portland for Boston, nt * 46 A. a. and l-M p. a. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.80 A. a. and 1.08 p. a. Leave Portsmouth for Portland, nt 10.00 A. a. and 6.80 r. a. These trains will lake and Isars passengers nt way station*. Freight trains leave Portland and Boston daily. FRANCIS CHASE, Superintendent. Portland. Oct. 80.1863. ocSl odtf 3? O F> O S A L S FOR RRBCT1SO TUB Custom House at Portland, Maine. Trbasurt Dkpautmspt. I August 26, 1864 J PROPOSALS will be received at this dtpartment uutil the tirat Octoter 1864, nt Ti o cloak ljoon, for the construction 01 the t as tom lie use bn tlioriwd to be eiecied at rottiatd, Me. according to the plana aud apecihcatiob* prepared at thia Depart ment; aaid proposal* to be either tor the whole building, or neparate tor different kind* of work : the Department teserviug the right to reject or accept the proposal* hereby invited, or any part thereof, where it deem* the inu-iea: oi the l uited 8 tat- • re exclude iti* bid of any person or persons, whom there *s just cause to believe will not iaithfuJIy per form tire couhuct. *l#o all bids that upon investi gation arc below a fair price lor the work. Bids will uot ho received in gross, and the Depart ment having prepared a scheoule ot the approxi mate quantit < • ol each kind of a ork and material required, (which schedule may be had at the office of the Supervising Architect, Treasury l epartment) tue bidder will bj required to affix his price* thereto for —ch nrttole* 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 coutract price, /said amount to be ascertained by the estimate rf an Ag*nt ol the Depart—I appointed lor that pur pose) will he paiu from time to time as the work pro grosses, and ieu per cent, retained until the com pie tion of the coutract, aud acceptance 01 the work by the Agent aforesaid, and be forfeited in the event of the uou-lultillmeut of the coutract. Contract.- wi.l be awarded ouiy to Master Builders and Mechanics, aud the assignment thereof, axront by oousent of the Secretary 01 the Treasury, will be a forfeiture of the bxme. Each proposal must be accompanied by a guaran tee. signed b» two r. sponsibie persons, (certified to heeo by the United Spates District Judg** or Attor le ot said District), in the sum of S&.UOO.OO for the whole work, or of a proportionate amouul if for any part, that the bidder will, when required, if his pro- j posal W accepted, enter iuto a cunirac' aud bond, witli Kulicieul securities for ttl aiihlu! pertorinaucc. Forme ot the boud and certificate required; also thfli ) :ans. *pc ciiications aud WOIking drawing will be furnis .ed on application to the Supervising Ar chitect of the Department. No bid will be considered, unless it fully complies in ail its details with the requirements ol this adver tisement 1 lie Proposals mu-t be sent t« thi<< Department ad dressed to Laiali linger#, Supervising Architect, and plainly eudurne-d : ••Proposa’s lur the l*ortland Custom House." Proposals will kiso be received at the fame time &>r tno old ruetow House building aud materials ^herein, (the lour granite column- on Fore s net «-^**A.*pted) to be removed within sixty (CO) days from sJ*W of the award, and in case the safe of the same U 4 warden to the successful bidder for the new * us to» House, the amount of same will be taken as part ^ayiubut of his contract. ISAIAH ROGfc&S, Supervising Architect. Sept 2—did To Wood Dealers and Lumbermen. 10,000 Cords Wood and Logs Wanted. PKOPOSAL8 are desired lor cargo©* of the fol lowing woods, via;—White or Canadiau Poplar, Hemlock. Has wood, or Amtiicau Linden. Beech. Yellow Birch, and Wkile or Red Elm aud White Spruce—all to be sound and merchantable. Offers may be made to iurniab by the cord, or jn the log of 8 or 1*2 or 16 feet long, irotn 6 inches in diameter upward, to be delivered on navigable water for vesMls drawing when loaded nine feet. Parties please state th? kind of wood, and the amount they can furnish, where they wish to deliver for ship ment, aud when it will bo delivered there, and the lowest cash price per cord or 1000 feet, aa they detire to contract For farther particulars, or sending proposals, please address B. BUFFUM, Treasurer Amorican Wood Paper Company, Provideeoo, K 1. AixXMSn To Let. AOONVKMIEN1 iiou e, suitable for a family ot two or time, located in the upper patt of the city. Addrots Rkmt, Box 4S Portland. P. O. nept 8 -dlw STEAMBOATS. j Portland and Penobscot Biver, Summer Arrangement, isAi. THU NSW, STAUNCH AND COMMODIOUS STEAMER LADY LANG, Built expressly for this route, CAPT. WILLIAM R. ROIX, dp© Will commence her Summer Ar- ! L^gajj^^^-rangeineut on MONDAY MORN- * June Gih, Leaving Bangor ev- j erv Wednesday ana Friday Mornings,at 1 6 ©Cock. Returning will leave Railroad Wharf, foot of' Stale afreet, 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 Stations, leaving Boston at 3 o’cloca, P. M. The Boat will touch at RockUnd, Camden, Bel fast, Buckaport, W in ter port and Uainpdou, both ways. Passengers ticketed through to and irorn Boston, Lowell, Lawrence, Salem and Lynn. For more extended iuiormation, apply to J. O. Kendrick, Bangor; the local Agents at the various landings; the Depot Masters of the p. g. k P., Eastern, and B. * M. Railroads; Abiel Somerby, Portland; Lang k Delano, Loetou, or CilAS. SPEAR, Genoral Agent. June 4.—iadtf Mon treal Ocean Steamship Oo. One of the following first-class °f tW* Line viz:—Peruvian, ilibeniia. North American, Jura, Bel ■ZBbiSSlgiau, Nova Scotian, Moravian, Da IUA.-VJU-, wiueail from guebeo, xvaitv Satubday Mohmihu. for Liverpool via Londouaerry. Also the steamers ST. David. St. Gbobub, St Axdbew. St. Patuh k, tri monthly from guebec for Glasgow. Prepaid and return tickets issued at reduced rates. For passage apply to U. A ▲. ALL AN, Montreal, or to J L. FARMER, maylGdtf No. 10 Exchange street Portland. International Steamship Company. Eastport, Calais A St John. TWO TRIPS PER WEEK. On and after Monday, March 28, the superior sea-going Mtamer NEW BRUNSWICK, Capt E. B. _Winchester, will leave Railroad Wliari, loot oi State Street, every Monday at 6 o'clock P. M..and the Steamer NEW ENGLAND Capt. E. Field, every Thursday at 6 o’clock P. M ' for t-astport and St. John, N. B , connecting at Eastport with steamor gueen. for Kobiusou, St. An j drew* and Calais, and with Stage coaches for Ma chias, and at ot. John with steamers for Preder i icton and with steamer Emperor lor Digby Wind { sor and Halifax, and with the E. ANA. Railroad j for Shediac and all way stations. Returning, will leave St. John every Monday and , Thursday at 8 o’clock A. M., for Eastport, Portland I and Boston. I Through ticket, procured of the Agentiaod Clerk on board Steamers ThanZv*.- - «o0a*y, end j _:C1C. RATON, Agent. j Portland and Boston Line, THE BTEAMER8 forest City, Lewiston and Montreal Will. until further notice, run ns follows: Denvo Atlantio Wharf, Portland, YSSL^-cSSP:^^^' Tbcr"“' ■«' Fareia Cabin... SI00 Freight taken ae abual. The Company are not reeponaible for baggage to any amoan t exceeding §60 In value, and that p?reon al, anleee notioe U given and paid for at the rate of one pauenger for every S600 additional value. Fm> 18, M3. dtf L. BILLINGS. Agent Portland and New York Steamers SEMIWEEKLY LINK. m je. The splendid end fast Steamships “LOCUST POINT," Uapt. Willvtt, <L Tl.IrT»and "POlOMAt ," Captain Haaa' adeasmBH WOOD, will.nntll farther xotiee. rnn as follows : Leave Browns Wharf, Portland,every WEDNES DAY, and SATURDAY, attP. M.. and leave Pier 9 North River. New York, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at * o'oloek, P. M. These vessels are dttedap with 11 neaooommodaUons for passengers, making this the most speedy, safe and comfortable route for travellers between New York and Maine. Passage 97.00, installing Fare and State Rooms. Goods forwarded by this line to and from Montreal, , ^aebee, Bangor, Bath, Augusta. Raetport and St. 1 Shippers are requested to send their freight to the steamer, nearly os t P. M., on the day that then | leave Portland. For freight or passage apply to RMERT* FOX. Brown s Wharf, Portland. H. s CROMWELL fc CO., Be. SS West Street, Hew Terk. Dee. (.1889. Stf FOR SALE & TO LET. ' House and Lot No. 31 Oaniorth 8L, For Hale. j Thu two and a half storied wooden dwelling ■::l House and lot, No. 81 Danfortb St , coutaiu MriLiiiK teu good sized rooms, with a bathing r*>oiu-piped for gas throughout—a luraacs that will heat every part ol the house. (Cistern lor rain water and a never failing well of drinking water. Copper pumps, he Do the prera «e# are a good haru and sheds. The lot Is about 116 by 44 feet. The hoUMe can be examined any day Iyodi 10 A M. till 6 1*. M .. by calling on the subscriber a ho trill furnish particulars aud terms of sale. J K BKA/IKK, Ocean Insurance Company Building, No.2f Exchange St. An* 8—dtf llouae and Houae Loti* For Sale, Located in Westbrook, about five minutes walk from the Dorse Cars HE at Woodford’s corner. Also, the pleasantly located two , - — -story Dwelling Uou»e and Dot. re cently occupied by Mr. J. C. Remick. The lot cou tatns about two acres, and is one of the finest loca tion# lor a genteel residence to be found in the sub urhs of Portland, being less than two miles from tue 1 ortland Post Office, aud commands a lus view of the city. -iJp®r further particulars call on the undersigned at W8 I* ore Street, corner Union .Street. JrMdn __ __ BUFUS DUNHAM Dwelling Houee for Salt;. £“*> A two story dwelling house on Congress 8t. j■ nearly opposite the castellated Villa of 8. L. JLCarlton, Epq., and oa the line of the Horse | aaiiroad. This boupe contains fourteen finished I and is well adapted to accommodate two lamihee, with seperate out buildings, stable, ft c , and a well { of aier in the yard. A large part of the purchase , money can lay on mortgage if desired | This property will be eft* rod at A uctioa on the ftrtt ; Of August, if not gold before. , , , , ALLEN HAINES Portland, July 21, 1864. Provision More for Sale. THE Stock and fixtures of a Provision btore, favorably located in a thriving manufacturing j town, on the line of K K., a few miles from Port | laud. This is a good chance for a party with a small j capital. Expenses small; rent only Ive dollars a ■ month. Will be sold low tor cash—change ot busi t ness cause of sale. Present quota of the town to be filled by enlistments. Call on o' address immodi i nuly O. W BURNHAM, International Uoun«. Portland, Me. Aug. 23.1864.-dtf — --- ... ,. __ Lund on Free street for Sale. THE valuable real estate on Tree street, known as the «Furbish property ' The lot is about iU6 feet ou Free street and extends back about 174 t©et. Said estate will be sold as a w hole, or the easterly half of the dwelling house, with lot ahont 40 by 175 feet, will be lohi hv 7 Application may tie mode to James Furbish Keq on tun premises, or to GEO.E B JACKaON, Julyldtl 63 Exoliaage struct. For Male. A SQUARE block or land, of about 73000 acres of wood land, ou I be south side of the riser St. Lawrence, in Canada Kart It is iuterocuded by two considerable riser* with eligible Mill sits. Well wooded with every description of timber, such as Elne and spruce in large quantities, and maple, erch. beech, tumarao anu bars We d It.any amount’ Enquire of H. T. MACH1N, Portland Portland. Feb. 1884 feb26 eodtf For Mule. CLIFF COFfACK, oontaiiilug over 10 rooms,isrgsitabio anilI bedr—situated two and one-half miles from Portland and the finest situation in Cape Elisabeth lor a ws termg ulaoe, and summer boarders For Iculars enquire of GKO. OWEN «p7 dtf 101 Cominrreial Street. Portland For Mule. ONE half the three story brick Block, situated oe I Cougre.s St., near the beau of park St., one el' the most desirable locations iu the city For par ticulars en ,uire of Mr S. C. Chase or C. C. Tolman at F. A Howard's under Lancaster Hall. Aug g—dim* For bale. A TWO story House and Lot. situated on Port land street, with Stable and other out buildings Also two adjoining lots oontaimug about eight thousand square lieet. Enquire of N. STEVENS. I No. 47 Portland street. Junefidtf ' To TWO first c'ass tenements at the corner of Seism and Brackett Sts : also one tenement on Green i St Inquire ot JABE/ C. WOODMAN. Jr, k,-«1 Estate Hr. ker, 31 Exchange St., nr NATHAN M WOODMAN. » Oak St. aept6dtl Houm‘ For Male. A TWO story wooden bouse, No. lg Adams street, 11 finished rooms, convenient for two l a mi litis, plenty of good water. For particulars inquire ol hi WILLARD. Portland, May 14,1884. mayl4eodtf To Let. TNOCK OUices single or In suites, over Stores Nos L 103 and 164 Exchange Street, opposite ths Inter national House Apply ou the premises to Jyldtf A.L. BKOWN. To Let. STOUE now ocoupiod by us. Possession given immediately. Also. £ Front Offioein Hanson Block. tang dtf H. J. I.IHKKY a eo. To Let. THE Store now occupied by K. E. Little, uuder Mechanic Hall. Enquire of C. P. KIM1ULL. angle__Preble Street. To Let. ONE STOUE in Galt’s Block. Apply to II. T. MACU1H, an*3 dtf ffon«s> to Kent. , DWELLING HOUSE No 2 Cotton Street — Enquire of K K UPUAM a bu.N Sept 8-dlw* MEDICAL. FOK Vlfi H'ATIO.V ! COE’S DYSPEPSIA (ORE! The World’s Great Eemedy -FOE Dyspepsia aud Indigestion! AMD ALL X> i s c a h e s OF THE STOMACH AND BOWELS. Prepared by the Proprietors of “Coe's Cough Balsam.w Dyspepsia is not only the sure forerunner of death but the companion of am serable life. It has well been called the Nation's scourge; for more pvrsoua, both old and young, male aud it-male, suffer from its ravages, than from all oilier ailmt uts combined. It robs the whole system of its vigor and energy, gives weariness aud total indisposition to those once strong aud active; renders the stomach power leas to digest the food, and has tor its attendants, Headache, Heartburn, 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 moat agonizing distress, aud oftentimes complete prostra tion. To the terrible ravages of this worst of all direascs, we have prepared "COE'S DYSPEPSIA CORE" and wo pledge our reputation upon our statement, when wa say it will Poutively Cure the Worst of You, not in a rear—not in a month—nor in a week—bat you .hall nee its beneficial iiitluence at once imme diately, and the day you take it. To you who hare lived lor yearu upou Graham Broad aud plain diet, who dare uot eat aur thing the leaat-wue hearty— flrat, because the Doctor has ordered tbe plaineat food, aud aecondly lor tear the diatreaa it causes— rising aud aouriug on your stomach, wesayait down to your dinner, eat aa heart, a meal aa you wuh, and as soon as the food begins to distress yoa, fol low it by a single teaapoonful of ■ COE’S DYSPEPSIA CURE! AMD IT WILL Relieve You Instantaneously. thoa enabling yon, br hearty eating, and tbe nae of the cure after each ureal, (as often aa the food dis tresses >on. or ours on your stomach.) you will get | ,n » very few days ao that you can do without the , medicine, except occasionally, and by the time tho ! bottle IS used up. we will guaiantee you free from Dyspepsia, and able to cat, digest and enior as hearty a break last aa y ou over ait down to in > onr ■ healthicat hour*, and we will lorfelt to yon the price ! °* "** bottle, upon your shewing that our statement ia not correct. The medicine is powerful bnt harmless, and whilst a single leaapoonlnl will at once relieve the dysteu tic sufferer, the whole Dottle wuuld not materially injure him. aa it is entirely vegetable and contains ao opiates AH clasaae 01 disease that havetheir ori gin ia a disordered stomach and bowels, are dispel led in the same lustanmueona way, by the nae of COE’S DYSPEPSIA CUBE I Fever and Ague, Sick-Headache, Sicknete at the Stomach,Conetipation, Heartburn,Colic Paine in Stomach or Bawds, Dysentery, Vouut ing, a feeliug of Faintness and Lassi tude, Want of Appetite, will not and cannot exist where tbe cure Is used — It removes the disease cy lemoving the cause n„t like Alcoholic Bitters wbloh r over up yoar bad feel ings tor a few moments by their exhilarating effects beware ofauch remedies or beverages, but iu their place ase a remedy that will restore tbe diseased , lunations to their normal condition, and set in mo I Hon the entire liumau mcchaui.m in perfect har mony, and upon principles synunymous with well defined pbytologtcal laws. 1 hxtsncb will be the of leot of COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE, immediately and instantaneously, we pledge our word as ofhonor—our reputation ns 1’harmnce utiats—our favorable acouaiuunoe witldibe people as proprietors of the World renowned "cue's t ough Bottom." if it is uied according to oar directions which may be louud with each bottle. We add below soma testimonial* from oar neigb ! bora and townsmen, to which we ask your carulul i attention TESTIMONIALS. Prom the Pastor qf the Methodist K. Church, Muds tsom, Const. i . 1 ****** '* Dyspepsia Cura la my family, and caw willingly testily to iu value as a medicine Usskv buimifu. Pastor M. E. Church. Madison, Couu., June kuth, Hurt. A I oicc/rom home through oar City Papers. ,, _Haven, Couu , June lk, iktrt. Messrs, editors:—Allow me, through your ool urnus, to acknowledge my gratitude lor lb. beuegt 1 have received irom tbo use of Coe’s Dyspepsia Curs. Although 1 was a great sufferer irom Dyspepsia tbe first dose gave ipslaut relief asdore ounce has euabled me to eat aavUuog 1 please, without paiu I have sow stopped using tbs medicine, a* 1 no longer need it. _Facwiwa Dr* ax. Madison. Conn , June 30,1*64 > rota the bensSt deri > to by the use of Coe's Dyl pepsia Care tn ay family, t am prepared to say that 1 never intend to be without ft and advise all who I arc afflicted with Dyspepsia bo :yy it. Fhllaxoxs I.awia, Afr. Vo* . —The bottle ol Coe's Dyspepsia Core j on J;avc me has bieked up year slaiemeut cuuceruing t. 1 have oulv used half a bottle, and cau sat pine apple short cake or anything id o. without [rouble, li ecu like a charm. 1 he relief it affords is in*taa Uneous. Jaxx A. bewssr. Few ilsven, June 18,1864. Those w be know my constitution, what my condi tion has beeu ior the last thirty yea/s, will believe , With me that a modwiue [bat will reach my ease will ' reach almost any one. Can's Dyspepsia Cere has euabled me to eat auything 1 plea*, and it is very sjldom I now have to Bsc the medicine. It relieved Be iu au iiutaut when 1 wax m great pain My , mtwis w being atrengihentd by iu use Aim If. Hauuott New liaven. June 1364. lm orlant to Ttatelcis. While Journeying oa tbe cars, my stouiacb bo came badly deranged, causing severe pain iu my head. Had it Oeeo oa tbe water It Wuald have been called sea-sickness A lady sitting by me knowing my couoitiun, ■ cached out abott c saying’ "tab* a seul low" j did so audio less than are miuutesmy trcablntsas I'lidcd. Tbs mciciue was "Coe's Dyspepsia Cure," ami Irom tbe egeei it bad apou tbe Stomach, and what 1 bam learned or it I kiuce. 1 ibinkilmust be uu execlla'Xt s.... ■ i(,r Sea-sickness and Dyspepsia. * . MP.8 SAMCtX F1KDD. Madison, Jane30th, lbtrt. Jbv Haven. June2Stb, 1864. Mewn. C. O. Clark <c Co -Untttmun.—l deure to make known the almost instantaneous effects of ! “Coe’s Dyspepsia Cure.” in cases of ckoUra mortis 1 had been fortweuty four hours purging at the stomach aud bowels, every fifteen minutes. 1 went iuto your drug store to procure some brand) , a* 1 ' bad always been to.d that it was a good remedy tor Dysentery. My pallid face aud my weakness at ’ once attracted tne atteutiou oi the clerk in charge ) aud he asked m#» at once "wbatisthe matter*” 1 1 replied: “I have been lor t wen try-tour hours vomit iug aud purging, aud 1 am unab.o to sund or walk, from weakness, and this deadly duk%e*4at my stom ach o mp'eteiy prostrates me.' Do prudun>d a hot- < tie of Coe’s Dyspepsia Cure, saving, *'fafee» iirge ; • u allow of that; it is now 11 o’clock; taken another aft e* dinner.” From tne moment 1 took that first dose of the mediciue my Hi*ane?s at stomach wasgoue- its edict was iustantaueous. lu an hour 1 eat my dinner w|:h as good a relish as ever huiigry ^311 partook, (a* I was well cleared out offooo.) and toiled by a teaspoonfcl of cure. 1 have not suffered a partite oi inconvenient* sixer J t ok the remedy. Its action was so w^ndnrtbl aud so immediate, that I coaid hardly believe the wi^euar* of my own smueve and 1 desire to pu"Italy make know* ti es# facts.ttustfh« Whole world may avail themselves of ita use Like bread, it thould find a place in every ont’s house, aud 1 believe that no one should go away from home without a bottle of it iu his pocket or where it C‘Uld b- quickly made available. ’ Truly yours, (J ICO. L. DttA&K. Dws of the 'Jw**ty-JhH. New Uaveu. July 11th, 1864 Mju Co*—Sir — Having been troubled with the Dvspep-ia for squid eight or t**lye months. I have taken the usual kiudsof utedhin«>. vhiuh have doue me no good. I saw your *4»erti>.t>im.ui oA c meOh clue toe ire the Dyspepsia I have tried It," ^ud • found it to be tub medicine The first lfi drop* (the 7th of June.) that I took, relieved mein one minute. 1 have taken it throe or lour times, burtiave had no distressing feeling in my stomach since taking the first U> drop*; although before, I could not eat a 1 meal, an* tvmc^igie* no more than three or four mouthftills without 4t*wo^«ing me. Kerpoct.ully._3. VDODflUFr. Now Haven. June 111b. JSM 1 Mu. Cos--/)tfar Sir:—The bottle of Dyspepsia 1 Mediciue I received from you. gave instantaneous relief. 1 only u»fj it when tood distressed me. It wa-* about like takiug two doses terdgy. one to imrrow, then every other day, increasing tne q*«n titv oi iood and decreasing the medicine?until 1 was euabb-d to eat without taking auythiug at all. jfy cast' was an extreme one. having suffered for seven years. I now consider myself cured, and by using only one bottle of medicine in the space of two months. The dose was a teaspooufti!. Nlliv V. kun, Sold by Druggist, in oily and couutry, uvery- 1 where. Price *1.00 per Bottle. Order, by mail, from eltb.r d.alert or consumer. 1 promptly attended to. * | C. 1*. CLARK & CO. WheUioU Drug gift i, Ktv> if, Corn.., Proprietor.. •oldin Portland by W. P, Phillip., II. II. Hay, | aad all other < aalart. maroUtwdlyM I MEDICAL. DR. J. B. 1IUUHEM oil an rouHD at ms PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, No. * Temple Street, WHERE he no be oonsulted privately, end with the etmoet eonfidenoe by the alllioted, at ell lour* deity, from * a. w. to # r. M. Hr. H. addresses those who are suflbring under the iffiiotion of private disease, whether arising from inpure connection or the terrible vice ot sell-abute. Devoting his entire time to that particular branch ol the medical prolession, he feels warranted in GDIS sktskixo a Coax ix ALL CAsxe, whether of loot standing or recently eontraoted, ent ' 'y removln the dregs of disease from the system, ad nuking perfect and PERMANENT CORK. He would call the attention of the afflicted to i fact ot his long standing and well earned reputation, furnishing sufficient aesuranee of hie (kill and sao cess. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Every intelligent and thinking person must know that remedies handed out from general use should have their efficacy established by well-tested expe rience in the hands of e regularly educated physi cian, whose preparatory study tits him tor all the duties be must tulHlI, yet the oountry is flooded with poor nostrums and cure-ails, purporting to be the best in the world, wbioh are not only useless, but al ways injurious The unfortunate should be raanc tn.AU is selecting his physician, unit is u lamentable yet InooutreverUble fact that many syphilitio up tienu aro nude miserable with rained constitutions by mnltroutment from inexperienced physicians in general practice; for it is a point generally conceded by the beat syphilograpbers, that the study and man agement of these oomplaints should engross tbe whole time or those who would be competent and suooeaslUl in their treatment and eurr. The inex perienced general praetitioner, having neither op portunity nor time to make himself acquainted with their pathology, oommonly pusraes one system ol treatment, in most oases making an Indiscriminate use of that antiquated and dangerous weapon, Her onry. HAVE CONFIDENCE. All who have committed an exoeas of any kind,, whether it bo tbe solitary vice of youth, or the sting ing rebuke of misplaoed eonfldcaoe in maturer years, . SEEK FOR AN ANTIDOT IN SEASON. Tbe Pains and Acbee, and Lassitude and Nervoas Prostration that may follow Impure Coition, are the Barometer to the whole system. Do not wait for the consummation that is sure to fol low, do not wait fbr Unsightly Ulcers, fbr Disabled Limbs, fbr Loss of Benatf and Complsxioa. BOW MANY THOUSANDS CAN TESTIFY TO THIS B T UNBAPP Y EXPERIENCE. Toung Hen troubled with emissions in sleep, a oomplaint generally the result of e bad habit in youth, treated scientiflueJIy, and a perfect oore war ranted or no charge made. Hardly a day passes hot we are oonsulted by one or moro young men with tbe above disease, some o! whom are as weak and emaciated ns though they si,. . -.I K. Ik.!. Mae,te .7... i to have it. All such cues yield to the proper aad only oorreet ooarae of treatment, and la a abort time are made to roloioo ia perfbot health. MIDDLE AGED There are many men at roe ago _ ». w wuoan troubled with too frequent evacuations trom the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burning sonsation, and weakening the system ia a manner the patient cannot aooonnt for. Oo exam ining urinary dep< sits a ropy sediment will often be foand, and sometimes small particles of semen or albumen will uppear, or the color will be of a thin milkish hue. again changing to a dark and tnrbid appearance. There are maay men who die of this diffleulty,Ignorant of the cause, which is the SECOND STAOE OE SEMINAL WEAKNESS. 1 can warrant a perfect cure ia euoh oases, and n full and healthy reetoration of the arinary organa. Parsons who oannot personally consult the Dr., can do to by writing la a plain manner a description of their disease, and the appropriate remedies will he forwarded immediately. All correspondence strictly confidential aad will be returned li desired. Address, DH.J.B. HUSHES. Ho. t Templo St., (oorner of Middle) Portland Mr*Bend Stamp for circular. Eclectic medical Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. Da. HUGHES particularly invites all Ladles whs need e medical adviser, to call at his rooms, Ho. t rample Street, which they will lad arranged foi tholtis^i^soeommod voting Medioineeare unrival led in ol&eaoy and superior virtue its regulating all Female irregularities Their action Is speoile aad certain of producing relief in a short time. ^ADIES will finditiavalaable la all cases of ob • (motions alter all other remedies have been tried ia vein. Itlspnrely vegetable, containing nothing la the least Injurious to the health, and may bt taken with perfect safety at all times. Seat to any part of the country with rail directions by addressing DR. HUGHES, ■o.fTsmplt Street,oorner of Middle, Portland. M. B.—LADIES desiring may consult oae of their own sen. A lady of experiaao* In constant attend unoo. tanldkwly Female STRENGTHENING CORDIAL. This Medicine if of ion* tried efficacy for correct ing ell disorder* incident*! to the feminine sc*. That ilu. afflicted may feel aaaured that this Cordial ia truly valuable and worthy their confidence,- not | ona or those aoerv t compound# parpoted to destroy healthy action, 1 add a law teMiaionitls from phys icians wnom all, tavoriny the Electric and ite termed Practice ot Medicine, respect. UK W1LLAKD C. C»M»lUiK,formerly Professor j in the Worcester Medical College, and President of 1 tu Electric Medical Society, Maas., .peaks 01 It ia , the lolluafigg terms: " 1 have used the Female Strengthening Cordial similar to that preparation by Dk. GEO. W 8WKTT. llW Hanover Street, and 1 rcgjrd it as one of the best Medicines for Female Complaints that can be found." (jjf. J. KING. Author of" Women: Her Dis eases a*td their Treatment," says: “This Mcdiclns appears to egert a specific infiu eaoe on the Uterus It is u valuable agent in uli do rangemeuls of the FemaleKeprooacute organs-'' DK. SMI 111. President of the Vow York Asso ciation of Botanic Physicians, says: '• No Female, if in delicate health,shoud omilthe timely use of tbit rateable Cordial. 1 owe much oi my sucoeaa 1m midwifery to the use of this Medi ' MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES : TIs* Bdsawtpg from Dr. FAY it worthy you no tice: " Asu general remedy hrr Female Complaint* this ‘ Cordial is a very valuable one. but by roc Prpfps •lon it 1. esteemed more blghly for ltd good result during Confinement in relieving tbe greet tutoring «(fondant upon childbirth. 1 acknowledge with Dr. muh :.*:»! mneb jf my success in midwtlery is due to the use et :hjs medicine It strengthens both mother end child, luauheese. I follow the di rections of Prof King, by allowing ;pv patients to »it e few weeks previous to eonfin-'ment, as by energy it imparts to (he uterine nervoe. system I the labor will be very much facilitated, and remove* the scraps which many females are liable to. Ne we man. If she knew the great value of this Strength ening Cordial would lall to use it." 1 have received numerous testimonials from diff i trent parts of the ooaatry where used. Knowing j the good it Is capable of doing. 1 w II w arrant every bottle of my “ Cordial” to be satisfactory in It* re veils. Tbs icUcorip; symptoms indicate tboee affections i In which tbe FeUmlj Strengthening Cordial has proved Invaluable: Indisposition to Exertion. Waketuinms, L'-'asl uess, Depression of Spirits, Trembling, Loif of Power, Palp lx the Back. Alternate Chills, end Flushing of Heart, Drugging Sensation et the Lower Pari of the Body. Headache. Languor. Ach ing Along the thigh*, jntol.iropue of l ight end Bound, Pale Countenance. DeikngeBWht ot the Stomach end Bowels, Difficult Breathing, Hysteria, Ac., fcc. It is a specific remedy In all Uterine Diseases, Chlorosis ot Green sickness. Irregularity, Psinful ness, Proftise or Suppression of Customary Dis charges. Leuoorrhwa or Whites. Scirrhus or Uloer use Kbyte ol the Uterus, Sterility, ke. Vo netVi Tnn*c can possibly be put up tbsn this, sod non* teas litily V d,o harm, and it is composed wholly of vegetable agent|, w>J sp.b ss oe have known to be valuable, and have" used o*r yjany PRICK, On* Dollar Psr Betti*, or lix Louies for ti Should voar druggiat not bar* It, tend directly to <u, nod when *lg bottle* or more ere ordered ere will pay ell expense*, an/1 h*ve Jt .uenrely packed from obecrnUos, Be MU* and get tbit prepared Ulhttley Bug'end Botanic Depot, 106 ilanover St. Boston. GKO. W. SWKTT, M D . Proprietor. H. H. HAY, Agent, Portland. mehteodSm £T ' T2MENT OF TMJB Aina lnsutaii^ {Company, Or HARTFORD, COM*., On the let day of November, A. D. 1963. is reqnlred by the Laws of the State of Maine. The Capita. la.*1.600 000 and with the tnrptut Id f 'ted or fotlom : Real eetate, unincumbered, £77,963 IS Cub Ip hand, on deposit, and in agont,’ hand*. ‘ 216,960 66 United States gtccke, 612.47 60 Bute and City Stock,, and Town Bonds, 669.460 00 Bank and Tnut Company at Oder, 1,047.270 00 Mortgage Londe, Sttliax) oo Atlantic. Mutual in*. C.Vi serip, 1863-3, 16,666 60 Total Awete, SS.0116.879 74 Amount of Liabilltioa lor Loeae, not due or adjueted. S176.4U M Amount ut risk, w,titrated, 116.616,479 M TUOS. A. ALEXANDKR, Present. Lnmra J. Hauduu. Secretary. MtlVwd. 7, 1963. J. C. CHUECflljLL, Ageit, No. « Iron Block, Portland Pier. ! deeS dtf Copartnership Notice. TptaE hj.dorj7/nied have this day formed • Copart X nerihip Oho or to* ixupp ana myle of Kliu* k Inttemoro. and have takt-u tiitTeio#*: fjfEiarly oo- | tepl**d by Henry F'.iog, No, 91. CommcVtlbl , where they Intend doing n Commistioii and Whine- ' ijje hueiue.,, iu Tcaa. Tobacco, W. 1 Good,, Gro- I mru* and Provielorn PKNB1 FLING. fffKPUilN WHI1TKMOKK. Portland July 8.1864 dtf Notice. rUK undersigned oeiug, t portion of th/' person, named in Section l,t of an act aufitled " An act ,o faco.porate th- NewFn«land Strew strain,hip Company." hereby give public notice that the Ural nectiue of eald corporation ftr the purpose ot ur auization. will be held at the Portlaud and New fork Steamship Office, on Brown’* Wharf, Ihure- I lay, September 16lh, IBM, at 2 1-2 o’clock. P. M Bt Jean smith, Johm B Bnowu, Mark P. Kueuv. PniLLtr U. Bnowu, UanRT Pox. Portland, Sept. I, IBM did ~_ MEDICAL. ! Kood New* lor Me (/aforlnuule. TBB LOSS (OCSBT FOB OlSCOVkkkD AT LAST. Cherokee Remedy -a n l> CHEROKEE INJECTION. OOVPOUVDRD VROM ROOT*. B&RU AHO LBAVW| CHKROKKK RKAIKDY, the Kr*at ndian Din •tin. care* all di ‘ease* of the Urinary v. gans, sneb as Incontinence of the Urine, luiUtum’iou of the iKidneys, Stone in the Bladder. Stricture, Gravel, Gleet, Gonorrhea, and ia especially recommended la thoee case* of Fluor Albus, (or White* in Female*) where all the old nauseous medicine* har* failed. It is prepared in a highly concentrated form, th* doee only being from one to two tenspoonfhl* three times per day. It is diuretic and alterative In He action: purifying and cleansing the h.ood, eausing it to flow in all its original parity and vigor; thus removing from the system all pernicious causes which have induced dis ease. CHKROKKK IFJKCTION i* intended as an ally or assistant to the CHKROKKK ! should be used iu conjunction with that medicine in * all oasesof (lonorrhea, Uleet, Fluor Albusor Whiles It* effects are healing, soothing and demulcent; re moving all scalding, heat, ohoadee and pain, iustead of the burning and almost unendurable pain that I experienced with nearly ail the cheap quack injeo turns. By the use of the CHKROKKK RKklKDY and CHKROKKK INJKCTIOX— the two medicine* at the same time—all improper discharge*are removed ! and the weakened organs are speedily restored to ! full vigor and strangth. For full particulars get oar pamphlet from any | drug store in the country, or write ns and we will mail free to any addregs, a full treatise. Price, CHKROKKK RKMKD Y, M per bottle, or three bottles for S6. Price, CHKROKKK INJRCTIOS, *3 per bo e or three bottles for B6. Sent by Expreee to any adore** on receipt of th* ; price. | Bold by all druggist*, everywhere. isn u' d MnDiiriv * •OLE PROPRIETORS, No.» Liberty St., New Ttrl. Cherokee Cure! TRR URBAT INDIAN MEDICINE, I COMPOUNDED PROM ROOT*. BARKS AMD LEAVE* An unfailing cure for Spermatorrhea, Semina Weakness, Nocturnal Emissions, and all diseases caused by self polatton; such as Loss of Memory, Universal Lassitude. Pains in tbe Back, Dimneesol Vision, Premature old Age, Weak Nerves. Difficulty of Breathing, Trembling, Wakefolaass. Erupt ions on the Face. Pale Countenance, Insanity, Consump tion, and all the direful complaints caused byde | parting from the path of natnre. Thi« medicine is a simple vegetable extract, and one on which al! can rely, as It has be**n used ia our practice for many years, ead. with thoosand^treated, it has aot foiled In a single instance. Its eerative powers have been sufficient to gain victory over the most stubborn caae. To those who have trilled with their conslitation until they think themselves beyond the reach of medical aid. we would say. D<»pa$rnot' the CHER OKEE CURE will restore you to health and vigor, and after all quack doctor* have failed. For foil particulars get a circular from any Dm* store iu the country, or write the Proprietors, who will mail free to any one desiring the same a foil treatise in pamphlet form. Pries. 93 per bottle, or three bottles for 99, and forwarded by express to all parts of the world. Bold by all respectable druggists everywhere. DEL W. R. M ICR WIN A Co.. SOLE PEOPEIMTOne, I Ikl* NitBlT No.» Liberty St.. N.w Tort. CATARRH! -AMD NOISES IN THE HEAD! ! CUBED BY INHALllf. A Harmless Fluid, Or AGREEABLE ODOR. NO VIOLENT SYR1NOINO lied. THE SENSE OF TASTE AND SMELL HESTOKED DK. B. GOOD ALE'S CATARRH REMEDY. Dr. (ioodale has combatted Catarrh until he Las foxght it dowa. It has been a long war, hat bis trl : nuph b complete. Through all oomiag Lime his Ca tarrh Remedy will be known as the only one anti dote for a disease which superficiaiist* have declar ed incurable. Cata*rh doctors, so called, spring ep like mashroons, on all sides. I he object of these j pocket practitioners is money. They nee dangerous instrument*. Their viojept manipulstions irritate the already infiameJ membrane. They never ours. Dr. Uoodsle's treatment is mcdieinaJ, not mechani cal- Ha does not believe ia tbe foree-pemp system, which is working so much mischief, iiis remedy passes through the absorbents, to the seat of the die , am*, and obliterate* it. It does aot relieve merely ’ for a da/. fjr all time. Lastly, it costs a dollar a bottle—no more.* Dr. Dodge qf Auburn N. T. 1 After having witnessed the edecu of this Remedy > in Catarrh, the* speaks of it;—it is truly and un conditionally a MeipuiefB Specific tor the * hole dis ease. Such an article ought not to be "Lid anuer e bushel." and any utsn who cau invent so truly an efficient and positive! remedy for »ucb a loathsome disease, ought to be considered one of the beneiac skill perpetuated. Your* respect lull v, D. L DODGE, A. M Pliny MUet, the well-known Traretler, I And whose family physician Dr Uoodaie was for I mfuy ytgjj. sa?e—“If Dr. Goodale says tie can cure Catarrh, he zur* it," Ac. Price *1 Bend n stamp ft*r a pamphlet Dr. It GOODALE'B Office aud Depot . 75. Bl«wk«»r street, one door west ot Broadway, new Youk. H U. Uay Agent lor Portland. June 3d. 1968. juntddly G*j»mual sorru n, I • V a*liiugt u City, Juue'44, 1S64. > WANTED—Surgems and Assistant burgeon* for the Color'd Troop* —Candidau» nuZsl be Graduates of some Kcgylar Medical Coilrire. and must be examined by a Board ot Medical Officers to be coareued by the Burgeon Geueial. The Board will determine whet tier the candidate will be ap pointed Surgeon or Assistant Surgeou. according to merit Applications accompanied by one or more test menials from respectable persons, ts to moral Wuhington, Cincinnati, St. Loui*,aJid"How"or-' lean. Alao wanted. Ho.pltal Steward* for Colored Reg ■pent. Candidate* nut pour*, a tair Ed ucation, and be fami'iar with the compounding and of Medicine.. A|>plicaluiu* nut be made a. in the of Bnrgeonvaad A*.>u'ant burgeon., t ompeuaation from «J3 00 to *33 00 per month, with Clothing, ratione, fuel and quartern. I , . . VOS K "AILNKS. Jnlyl-Jaw*.n Acting Surgeon General. GRAHT'S COFFEE * SPICE MILLS. ORIGINAL ESTABLISH NEXT. J. O-RANT, Wholeeal* Dealer la all kind, of COFFEE, SPICES, Sulsralua A Cream Tartar, New Coffee and Spice Mill*, IS and 15 Cnum street, Portland, Me. Coffee and Spices put up *or the trade, with any address, in all variety of peekages, and warrant* d as represented. Codon routed and grouud for the trade at snort notion. OT All goods eutrusteda ithe owner's risk. march lOdtf TH£ BOSTON F1KE BBICK And Clay Retort Manufacturing Co.. Work. 8N Federal ttreei. Office undW.reheaie II Libert* Square anV_T Balter, march St. aaaatkctire Eire Brio*, all .hape. aud .Ilea,for furnace, required to lutenre heat al.o Furnace Block, ind blah*. Locomotive Eire Block*. Raker*' £,'T‘y£“l*“Jil”cl»k Retort, and nece mary file* to tot the in, Hr* Cement, lire Ctay and Kaolin The under.igned will give their special attantion hat all order.fbr the above uanalkotareare ..MO ed with promptueu. JAMBS B MONO 4CO. a.LUnuAwa, u Liberty Square, Boetoa. MEDICAL. MORE TESTIMONI ALS ! MRS. MANCHESTER U constantly reoelvlog unsolicited testimonials or tha astonishing cum performed by her. Among ■any recently received in tbs following, which in commended to the notice of the hSlcted. Mr*. Men theater mny be oonsalted at No.UCUpp’i Block,Hoou. A CASE OE SPIRAL DISEASE CURED This la to oertliy that 1 treat to tee Mra. Manches ter last March with a daughter of mine troubled with a plant disease, lor which the had been doctored tor Svo years, aad by a a amber of phyaioiana ot kinds; and she baa had twenty-one application, electricity applied, bat all to ao sSeot, bat aha oca ttnnnlly grew worse. 1 cams to the ooaclaaion, the last resort, to go aad aee Mra. Manchester, and did so 1 and to my grant surprise aha told ma the first auae ol the disease, and how she bad been from time to time, which eaooarnged me to try bar medicines. I did so, and now my daughter Is able to be around (hr bouae all ol the time. She alee rides tea or fit teen must without aay trouble or tnuaovenWaee.aad i think ta a abort time aha will ba restored to perfect health, hi one my daughter haa been doctoring, 1 have beard of a great many case, that Mra. Msacha ■ tar baa oarod. 1 thing if aay per.ou desurvaa pat ronage, it is the one who trice to preserve the health of the stab aad angering; mad 1 know that she asea avetrefcrtwhichUnaUhn, no.., to bw patients finnan L. knam, ttaouon k munis. Annr K. Kmoovu, MranuafM, Mains, Augur ORE or THE ORE A TEST CU EES on RECOM Man. MaironntTun— !Mmr Madam.-—Thiahing atatemeal of my aass may bo of service to others similarly iMlotod, I hasten to give tt to joe. This la brfedy my ease 1 waa taken sink about U months ago with the Uvar Complaint la a vary bad form. I applied to four difihrent physicians, bat re solved no benefit aatll I sailed ea yoa. At that time I bad given up businaM, aad waa ta a vary bad unto, bat after taking your modiolus hr u abort time 1 ba ton to reeovar, and is two mouths 1 wae entirely well, and had gained several pounds of Hash, and oan truly any that by you skill I am a perfectly host kiSSi ♦ Matas fi^r, Pm^SZ? °iT A REMARKABLE CUKE Ot A CASE OE DEO El CUREDET MBS. MAE) HESTER. This la to oertify that I have boon eared of the Dropsy of fifteen years staadiag by Mrs Mamch«s ler. I bare been to phyaieluaa in Boston, Maw V orb : and Philadelphia. They all told me that they aoald ! do aolhlag for ma. ualuM they tupped me, and as sured me that by tapping 1 could live but n abort Umo. J bad made up my mind to go home and live : as long as I could with the diaeasa.aad then die. On j my woy homo I stayed over might in Portland with j a friend of mins, and told them what my mind was a regard to my diseoM. They fiaally persuaded me ta go ud cue Mra. Manchester, fibs examined ma and told mo my ease axneSiy. A wne ao mwoa hkiium to think «>—« (bo told Tilt eorreetlp, that I told tor that 1 woald ink* bar Bodl* (Ism. not haring the laart frith that they woald tan any good, or that I ahnnld gat the aUghtaat raUal firo« aay aearae whatever; laaily I took the medi ataa aad waat home, la oaa wank rrom the Urn* 1 aoBBMaoad taklag tha aaadlslaa, 1 had over thraa gaUoae of water pace bs la eera hoara; aad ay ihl low aaArera aaay ha aaaarad that It war a great raUal to aw. I had aot bean aid# ta lia dowa la had at alght taiora thla tar two jeare. How 1 earn lie do' with per lent earn. there taken her Bodidnr aightaontha. nod aana wall nanny Buaoaldt , ta ha. and no algae of dropey. I woald advfc. that are aiok ta go aad ooaaalt Jfrr. kautu . area If they have bean given ap bp other Pi. UaBm. I have «ant bar a aimber of aaaaa of ML. Ibalia i. aad tha haa eared them alee. Sa aad tot poaraalvee. I had aa frith, hat aaw Bp fUtk aaaaMbaahakadhiharakUI la taUlag aad oartef •ajlab K. lUuea, Bait A.Rauow. ■—gar. *■—a. April Id. Omen Bon aa—From I A. M till IF. ■epttT In Aontnl edly Lyons Periodical Drops TME GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon's Periodical Drops! uanminAaAU Fills* Powder* 4k Qaaek Preparation!. Lyon’s Periodical Drops Ban to do Goodand cannot do Mom.* I LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! Hi* Ow«M Female Remedy LYON’8 PERIODICAL DROPS! Ann am inn tiai all PILLS,POWDKHS f QUACK PSKPAKATIOMM LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARC BURE TO DO GOOD AHD CANNOT DO HARM. Lyoil’s Periodical Drops THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops AKM MKTTKK TUAJf ALL PILLS. POWDXKS AMD QUACK UMDICIMMM. Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are Sure to do (iood and nan not do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS *PKa dlnukanl —W a _ an n LYON’8 PERIODICAL DROPS au Bvrru t«ai all Pilla, Powder* and Quack Preparation*. LYON’8 PERIODICAL DROPS •van to do (loop *NJ> ivtNgnr po nakm Lyon’s Periodical Drops TB» 99V4T riVALI 11*111 T Lyon's Periodical Drops Are better than all Pill*. Powder*, 'v' And Quack Preparation*. Lyon’s PcrLidical Drops, Sur* to do Good and cannot do Harm. Price, SI per Bottle. For ul« Up ail lM*««i.p- 4t eholcaaia NW.f Fuuipr. a. a. Hay a ce.. i-etti/p4 * X 1 u<*a***ir MAINE INSURANCE CO. Aoensta, Maine. THK Haim* IlutniM Company Imam aninii w dV“1' b7 ri«. BKiMm,,. HanUian. 5*1™ d J **rmi u Ihrarabln u It can bn dom >T lay tofTmt Company rollalaa Ian. for Oea, Tkrnn, or ftra r»ar, ' . u -I■V-PPnJBI. Fr«M.«l. J. U. WILLfAHS.SeuoUiy. --. EDWARD SHAW ... Anoa.l, Vo. 108 Middle Street MilMdlV Diminution or Copartn«>mhip7~ rpUEcopyrnrahlp Uamtorom .alalia* betaraan dWrnlmd***^ **' ^ hm.Sf All persons indebted to the sorcern will uVin aottlo immodiatoly, and all haring deBissui against •M* P*«a»o pre*ont tile® for asttlenieut A *• 8Mrr® will contissc the business at the old •land. No. Ill faro 81 . os borelulor*. T. C. Lewis. Fartlaad. Capt. 1.11*4 aapldlw1*' PORTLAND DRT DOCK BOM PAN y! All tur^iMl of *DM Dollar* par abara an tba Capital Ktook of Iba Company la now dm aad payabla at tba a«aa of tha Traantar. HI Ontumar. Ju/Su. wm-dw

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