Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, September 21, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated September 21, 1864 Page 4
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THE MARKETS. Portland Wholesale Prices Current. Impress!? corrected for tbs Panes to Sept. 21, by M. ii. Kick. 4 «kea. JPet 1 4* lb.0)000000 . •t.13*i3] Breen i'bbl....4 60*6 0C sliced 4* tb.<3 *14 Coro i 4* tt>.13 * 14 Bread. 1 Hot 4# loo tb«. 881 *1 ^uip... ♦ *.. Cracker* per bbl. 8 J*o; c raokura, p 1QQ.. 60 Batter. l-aiiui, 41 lb.43 ®47. Store.............06 *40 Beau*. Marrow 4# bush*3 25*367 A'oa.3 »**3 37 blue Tod.k8»*3uu Candle*. „ Mould 4* lb. 86 Sperm.6) *42 l’hee*e. Vermont tb.31*22 A. V. .24*23 C »nl—Ifietail.) LeS.^i .... ........ ®17 t h**-tnu'. 16* Coden. Jata «t ..66 *68% C*p*.47 m 61 Bio .i3®66 Cordage. American 4) tb . 20 *22 Ru**ua tittup.none Manilla. 2e*fct boltrop*. Bu**ia.. .’)0*3. do Mauuia. 3j*3. Cement. 4* bbl.82 17*2 ‘ii Drug* and l)ic». Aiuiu p ib.<i«4,7»c Aloe*.4« * «7 Arrow Boot.30 *7o »oraa. 47 &G0 Bti.uMoue (roll)... 0*8 Bt Carb. Soda. ...10*11} Sulphur. *. I Camphor.. 166 $i tt5 Cream Tartar.to a dttl ex. 19 a 19 Mazucaia.6u a*t> la iirfo, Jf ’l«.flue. 150^-fr Madder .*ic&& Opium 919 Wft< It hu barb . A cuhol.8*0$ 4 m* Plaid.t 6U ®4 W 8a tpelre.*) ^8 Vi riol......28 l>» r wo«k1». B trwood.8 ($} Brazil Wood.13 # Camwood .. &9i Pustio, Cuba.4j& " aavauvilla. 4 W6 Hype rule.@ld Loiwood, Czmpeachy.2 St. Domingo.2M ' Extract Logwood 18a lb N>c Wood. fa huh 44 .41 a pd 44 .6jf 7i Sapan 44 . $ Quercitron Bark... 2<(^ Bed Sander*.7 fpll) Back. Haven*.. fa 126 Portland, No. 3 100^22j 44 No 10. 142 A160 ■ »vy,Sr,Ko.3 *10*331 •* So. 10 iii£i«» Fl.h. Cod Inrae jp.4Ut*85rta9 50 •• small ... 6 75* 7 TO Pollock .4 15 #5 37 Haddock. 3 75*4 60 Hake, .. 400*4 60 Herrloc.S ho re pbl -6*7 dn. Labrador none. do. Scaled|»bx 7 .*8i do. So. 1. .60*03 Mackerel p bbi . . Bay So. 1 . jStfOOghj On Bay So 3-1-00*18 TO1 8 ore So. 1. .20.10*3 h«i " ' I..l8 0*'9d0 l*rg.‘. 1.35*15 uO frail. Aluuud.—Jordan xr lb. Son Shell.35 £ Shelled.43>a 45c Corraula.31 * 23 Citron, new.40 £4? Pea Nuta ... » £4 5>! E'i*a, common.... 3d*84 New EJerae.*3* Lem>ui.|»boall«.i*13l», yraufloa—box.. (00*11 oo fcai*iu», i Bunch p box. 600*637 Layer .6 6.1*6 73 lUloa 11*. 1 * _ Prune* uew. *22 Flwwr—Portland man Soper*ue .... *9 6>®1 0 Faocy.1 'OOajTinro ilxtra .11 7'fn *5 Unable Extra 12 50*1801 Extra Superioril 4*1175 Weateru extra-11 ?5 * * 24 tyblonxira. l"Kall»u « euada Xu 1 117 *uro StCouiaFarHrdV 13< * 41 South‘11 111 .do, IS "0 * 14 ft * P*taj<e04>lami]y. OtaOnOn l orn Meal. 7jtt7f Bockw'l Fl’r *750*8 btl< (■raia. By«.1 20&2 25 OaU . 95 n ion South Yel.Coro 190 £lHft Corn. Hiked ... 179*190 Harley.1101*1 Jo (lunpwwder. H acting.*7* 7} E.tle aud Sporting. 8J* S Hay. Proaea'd 1» net T. Ml * 25 Eooee.20 *22 Olra* . *10*11 Hide* a ad Skiae. B. A. Hide*. ST* 40 Wenteru .27 * 29. Slaughter title*. 9*i0c U Calf Sktua.15*31 Calcutta Cow— Slaughtered.. .1 90*210 Oroen Salt.1S&*200< Sheep Pelt*. Ur'B.l 70*1 75 Hwpe. Final sort, 19*1.. .10 *25 •taw. Coto nou .10 40 " E-iued ... 11 ! Swede .....MgflO 1 Norway . 0>*17 Caat Steel. .50*6 '. ‘ tier,nan Steel... .42 * 5 Eng1 tab B, 1. Steel 42 *0i Sunug. 2f. a 26 Snoeflron, Eugl 1#$14 hbe- i Irou.Kushia 334-40 do. Una ira't. .la Ur4a Barrel, V lb. * **. P lb. ijralhfr* 5ew York, light . 438 48 do. rad. «ru... 4*s«&0 do. heavy ....48 <£60 do ala j Kb tar. .68 m $5 ▲meric aa, 176^*00 Urn*. Ain. Mg » 1001b #22S*Sj Sheet and Mpe.. 21 *21) Liner. Eock*,d. cut .. 120*126 LumSrr—From yard. Clear Pine. No. 1.MS ■» JO I do. No.2 45 «41 do. No. 8 30 a JO shipping Lumber.#30 «).2 spruce.#18 00 ® 20 iemiock.llou*l't don Sh ks.ipine). I 00* li .lapb'dc, Sent .#20 * 26 do. F “ ...40 (* 43 Shinglor, Cod. exij 26*4) do. (< No.300*350 do. ext. Pine. 6* 61 Let hr, Spruoe.... 187*2 uO do. Pine.... .2 Oja 2 60 Red Oak Stavee #46 (#.40 Mel. llhd. Shooks A Heads,city. .8 26 *360 Sugar do. city 226**60 do. do. c’trr.126*1 76 ■ireen Co'ysa'd. 00*0 uu Country Riff Mol Uhd.Shooks. 160*2 01 .126*160 .#36 *40 Hackmatack 1 im ber,|»tuu.10*20 Molasses. Port Rico.#106*116 Oiwfd'gor.lu * li6 Cuba clayed. »ja 06 do. do.tart" . 7n*88 I do.Muscovado" »j*iuu Sew Orleaus. ... uone PorUaudSyrup.hhd. o8 4 do. bbia * 72 .Valle. Cask. #10*10 fc Naval Sierra. _ i'arR'oreigulk) bbl.#31*31 Pitch (Coal Tar) . #3f* 68 Rosin.44 *448 i'nrpentine#tgal 366*230 Osbuai. tmerioan.14*16) Oil. Illuminat'd oil 1 0*106 Sperm Winter 2 74*276 Whnle.rel.Wlnt 1 70*1 76 lirand Bank and Bay Chaleor. *44 a 46 ■Shore.41 u44 l.inaeed.*161*1 72 Koiled.1 70* Lard Oil.1 85*1 B5 Hire Oil.7..2 50 * 8 25 L'aator Oil.8 "0*4 no Neaufoot Oil-1 26*1 40 Onlana — pbbl.700*- 75 Pbneb.*8 w*3 25 Pnial*. P’tJ’d Lead.inoi)*2150*22 Cumberland l.’d, 20 50*22 Pure I »rv l^ad 2" *6 ' French Ai™ ‘-0 ' f Ofhfo Op Amer. Zinc. " 1375*15 Hochelle Yellow.. .0 * PC1 Kne. Ven. Bed_6* >• Litharge. . *20 Bed Lead . *20 Plaster Per ton Bolt..... *350 Liard...nominal li round.,....700*7 50 Prerlaloaa. Ch go Meca Beef *22 *28 Portland do .t200@Boo P'tl'dert. do 2700*28 00 Pork.extra dear 46 *t0 Pork, dear.42 * 45 Pork.mees.. 4000 * 42 00 Pork. Prime. 85 *36 op Bound Hog*...... none. Hama.2"SS1 CitrSmok'd llama 22utj Prod are. Beef p qu'r p * 12 *14 Cggs. pdoi ... 24 *J6 Potatoea, pbbl.»3 6it*4i> •' "hickena.2uS 25 L»®b.14$ 15 rnrkiea.22 *26 ■eeee. none S .10 *12 Klee* Ww V tb. 16 ®16 Baa. ■ortlanC dletUlel *2 25 Saleralao. taleratua p tb .101*114 Salt, 'nrk'ala.phhd (8 bua.) ...*7 03 * 7 75 Jreipool.7 00*775 ladio.none i . 7 00*7 76 , il l Butter Salt 8> * Starch. .. Sbot-f* 100 tbs t»}a,)0 || Su p • Kamily do..15®000 i»o. i.17 4 oo Soda. 18 ®on lloiue.14itz,«» "astile. 20pS "rnne's. ®1S 8plcea Isssis p rn.#0®9Se loves.65 u linger, <Itace)... .45® 60 Unger. (Africa) 46 (gjU) Mao*.10 « Sutmegs.2(0332/, Pepper.48 « go Pimento.46 ® 60 Sagar. Portland A.nona do. A A... ®2! do. Yellow.... 22 Extra Yellow.21 (a 23 Muscovado. 21/^24 Havana Brown 2*.I a. 18 do. Whitn or. a oo Sew Orleans.M0® 0 'rushed. 29o»f • raoutatsd..2t«2!.! 'owdered.29*291 Tree. lyeoa. ..®00e0>« nun* Hyson . .wufldOOO lolong .1 24(0,1 2’. ] aa choice 13) a 1 86 tiv.chon*.95 *110 Taharca. 'sA 10’s beat br'ds 70®75c 4o. medians 66 *70 do. oomteun . 60 a8,5 talf&s best br'ds 76 ®8o ! do med good 7» ®75 1 do. common... 86* TO ' Natural Lest, lha f 1 a1 26 S'avv-pouads .JO® K VVMds Hard, retail 39 50(811 son. •• ..6«)*7oo Varaiwh. Kuruitwva.... *2 25® 4 00 loach .4® 71 Demur.2 26® 0 00 Waal. P’sooe.75® TOO Pulled. 80*100 KCxrhaage. London—60 3.. ansettled. Portland Dnr Goods Market. tUpreisiy c jrrootedi or the 1’iui to Sept. 21«t, by ll.k.kUB OOTTO* UUUUI. lachee. Price Beery Sheeting?.37.10 76 Pine " 36. 58 <a to “ “ 40.80 g, 61 " " .6-4.70 !g| 76 Medium “ 37.,.45 ig) 66 Litht •• .87.SSJ * 40 Shirting..27 to 30.Ml (ft 36 ilucikd euKimxa. Good Blenched Shelling.38. 65 fie <6 •• “ “ .8-8.81 2 66 “ *' “ 6-4.70 # 76 Medium *' 36.421 s 6o Shirting.27 to 32.33} <m 40 DEI tuna. Beery Drilling.30 66 a 70 Medium “ .80.66 i<£ bO cottou rumu. 'leery Cotton Flunucls.TO a 60 Medium “ 67} jg 66 ■ tbipud euiBTiua. ‘leery Striped Shirting.30.(Jl a 70 „ '• ,r " 37.66 | Hit Medium “ •< 27.40 45 TICKIUO. Beery ricking.. « 76 Medium 44 .«>i ® 621 OOTTOSADM. Hoary double and twist.86 ® 96 , DERIMS, Ueary Denims.... . 70 ® 75 Medium 44 45 ^ 55 CAMBRICS All) rRIVTS. Colored Cambrics.26 St 03 Best Prints, .40 ta 46 Medium *4 10 ® 4o siuun. Dr Lai net.. ® 66 CRASS. Crash. 20 ® HATT1XO, WADDIIQ 4c. Cotton Bsttinir.per bile.00 @ 916 Cotton Wadding,. 46®66 6>ib Cotton Warn. WO ? lb Wicking, unbleached.1 26 ® 1 3 1 WOOLS! OOo US. "UUM,VV ..... IH W Satinet*..6 to 1*6 Union Heltons.80 to 1 12 All Wool do.112| to 12n Black Union Cm* i me res.100 to 126 B ack all wool Castiiinerea.1 to g 2 00 Black l>oc*kiu*. .1 76 (g 2 60 Fancy Doeekiu*.** "160 (g 3 <K> Kepellaiit.tf-4.2 14) to 2 60 WOOL FLAVHBLS. Bint Mixed Twilled Flannel*.70 * 87* Scarlet •* «• 70 to % Blue *• »• 75 to 86 White, plain, •* .. 60 to 80 Printed •• .50 to "6 DAILY PRESS STOCK L ST. kor the week ending Sept 21, 18#i. COBKKCTBD BT W*. II. WOOD k SOB. Stock and Exchange Broker, Exchange St., Portland fletcrjpMMc ~TZr I'aloe peered A,Ud Government6*. 1881,. ing j<(p Government 6-20 . no jjl Gorerninent 7 8-10. HO »ji Stare of Maine Bond*,. 100 iol Portland City Bond*,. log 104 Bath City Bond*.. 101 108 i Bangor City Bond*, 20 year*,. . 101 log Calais City Bond*,. 101 108 Bank of Cumberland. 40 4V 50 Canal Bank, .100 107 1 * International Bank, (new).100 104 166 Ciaco Bank. .100 lo8 110 M reliant*' Bank. . 76 7V 81 I M inufictiirer* & Traders’ Bank, 60 61 68 Meohauie*' Bauk,. .100 V0 96 Por laud Company, .100 60 00 Portland iias Company, . . 60 61 66 OdeauluMirancetompanT....:.i00 108 MS At. k St. Lawrence K. It... *t 100 . /‘in- d<V do.. Bond,. 10# M 8# | And. k Kennebec R K. Stock, loo 0# 10 do. do. do.. Honda. 100 M W Maine Central R. N. Honde, eg i> AndroMSO/Sfin It It. #ock, go worthier. do. let Mortgage Bond*,. 75 u Kea. A Portland K. K. Stock.. .100 TOrlilu,l <fa». do. do., Bond*, loo on Kyi Port laud A Korea! Avenue U.K.loO 108 105 P..rtlauj u’a*#> Company. .100 none for sale Portland Ihov* 1 Manufhc’f Co 00 none tor sale Portland Steam racket Co., ..,.100 none for sale Richardson’* Wharf Co.,.100 90 10 Cap. mil. Wharf gad It. C#»... N nominal! MISCELLANEOUS. . THE DAILY PRESS, CALORIC POWER JOB PRINTING OFFICE, N. A. FOSTER & 00., Proprietors, Fox Block, 821-2 Exchange St., PORTLAND, RE. Attention is teepee'fully invited to onr unrivnUcd fUotlitiee for .snouting in THE BEST STYLE OF THE AST, Itvery description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. Onr Kstnblishaent is furnished with all ths up proved MODERN MACHINERY, ▲cd oar collection of Book and Fancy Types > Will boar JUvorable comparison with any establish* sent in the city. _ Business and Professional Cards, |Of every variety, atyle and eoat, ! [ PRINTED AT SHORTEST NOTICE. t — Bill-lleade Ruled and Cut in the Neat eat Manner. BLANKS AND BANK CHECKS,' Of avery description executed in the beat atyla. _ I Railroad, and other Corporation Work, dona with protnptnee, and fidelity, ikeceakce policies, bills of ladiku, TIME TABLES, eud all aorta of LEGAL DOCUMENTS, at ekort notice. I Inn, KaperU, u< *D kiu4i af fiapUeti, Pnt np In snperlor stylo. Bronzed nod Colored Labels J For Apothecaries. Merchants, and Fancy Dealers I got ap in ibe best style of the art. "Weddincr Cards, Notts tf Invitation, Tutting Cards, Lists Iksn tss, sis., etc., tf every variety and oost, furnished at short notloo. LARGE POSTERS,; Hand-bill*, Shop-bill*, Progani- ' • I ■■«*, Circular*, And plain printing of every description. Alao, Butt mmA Figure work, executed neatly, and term, that eannot (ail to aatiafy. THE DAILT PRESS Printing Office bus one of Soper* Improved Catori* Rngivwe fbr motive power, mod is furnished with improved end costly Presses—Cy tinder and Platen— from the most celebrated makers. We have in con stant use one of HOE’S LaROE CYLINDER PHRASES, capable of throwing off 2500 Sheett an hour ; one of Adam't Power Presses—the best book prei.* in the world; Aden's and Potter’s Past Machine Job Prtests; Kuggles’ superior Card I'res, Adams* si<d Union large //«*«td l*rm*tes. NUodioS Presses, sud all tbs machinery necessary for a well appointed office. The Daily Pres# Job Offloe is believed to be as well furnished as any similar establishment in the Bute. Tboes sending order from the country may rely on receiving prompt attention. W« execute e l orders iu the shortest possible time ard ia the neatest sud best manner. We will do all kinds of printing as well and ai promptly, and a* cheap as any other establishment In the City, County or State. AJI orders for Job Printing must be directed te the Datlg Pr*ss Job Office, Ho. 834 Exchange street. Portland. Me. The Job Office Is ind«r the personal supervision of the senior proprietor, who is the CITT PRINT ER, and is himsel' an experieuoed practical work man, aad employs only well-skilled mechanics in this department oJ his work. The Portland Daily Presi, Thelargeet daily paper exit ol Boeton, and having a larger eirculation than all the other dxihee in the city eombitted. !• pnbli.hed at the office la Fox Bloek. 99 1-9 Kjeekanym n/rref, avery morning— Sunday eaneplcd, at as 00 per annum. THE MAINE STATE PRESS, I ke Inrgert pnper In New England, eight pxgea.li published every Wednesday, containing all tbr newa by mail n d telegraph, Important rending matter Marine Llet, Market Beporu, te , of the Daily 1-raaa, at lha following prioaa, via:— llagleeapy, aaa year, larariably la ad«aare.*2.00 Iowa. Coat master. roqutatod to act u agent*. N. A. FOSTER A Co., Paorairroaa. Portland June 1, 1P4. dtf lUTEttUTIOtAL Fire Insurance Company I Qf Sew York, OjXc. US Broa>lteat. CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000. WM. X. WARREN, President. HAMILTON BRCCK. Vice I'rendent. UKOKUK W. SAVAOX, Secretary 'Portland Board qf References. Jobs B Baowa k So*. iianaav Flbti’hkb k Co. R. J. Libit k Co. Joan Ltkih k Co. Tho andaraigned having bean appointed lour and ATToanav fur thi* Coinpa y, ta now prepared ratoa** ”° ioi®‘ 00 •'••“ratio Property at ourrent tr Portland OJlce. 166 Pore Street. JOHN W. MUNdUK. Agent. June t. 1M4 —utr Seizure of <<ioodn. NOTICE ia liereb, givau that be following de •Bribed good, a re •- liod al thi- port, on the day. hereiianar nunticned. ror a violation of tin Revenue • aw-:—June 24 \&A ou wharf lioin "•-■n r from ht J„h’. N B.. 1 hbl Whi.k.y 2 ea-e-Wine (or il bn tie-cad ) Jn'y It, IH*4 en hotrd hri< ibo-Comer. 1 bb . Uolaa-o. Julr 26 , 1864. on board • uim 1 hbl -««a , 1 hag Sugar - F 18e< ou ,0* •* ,,ri* Na-'hv a Berrv, 1 1 11 <-» hoard brig Cal- I m V2 ub wMo 5?** . In. 1864. on board brig C. H Kennedy 4 hbl. Mnla.wa, Any ooraoti nr pc aona, deaiiing the ..me ara ra qw'atadra appear and raa a-uchnlalni wnhm nire- | .1. . "i b* f,V " ,h* d,”‘ hereol: oiherwi-e lhalaid go. da will b di pond ol In accordance with * tho act of Coogreu at p oved April 2 1844 Bop. 2—dlaw3w J... Co,**,. 1ST O T I O E PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE, i First District, State(tf Maine, J , Portland, Aurust ll'h. 1964 ( INQCIRlbd on all ordinal subj ct* cr.»moct«d with the enrolment, draft, exemption* liability , *• dr*.f rredita and accounts of moo fatuUhed. ' ahould be addressed to the Provost Marshal of the j C<>ucre*»ional Dif-trict. and in ca«e he ia ne t able to j an* er thru be wifi ask information *f the Provoat } Mai Nal General of t*e State. Answers may be thus f raor* Promptlv ib<n by addremr.*r the Pro- j ▼•at Mar«h:»l General at Washington, where more , Important boaineaa often preee at prompt ana wen 1 to multitude 01 inquiries now addre#** to the Bu- , r«au on persona* and other matter* of minor coaac- ! queue* By Order of Ma'or J W. T. GAHPINFU. - . a SllktLl Kii U DOUGHTY. Aiitttar0f0,t Marahai 1st District Maine. Grand Trunk Railway. Faaionr Aobwct, i i A vonland. -epi 8. 1804 I / LLpergou. r-qulripg rereip, *r,.ni thlu re,™. ! puny fhrihc do Irrry of Ireiaht. and | avra.m | or freight rb.rgt. above twin's dolls-., n u.t ad a Stamp, upon tb« aa»C"f »h«y will not bo signed. , •tptS-41m JOHN POXIKOUS, Ag.nt, 1 _ RAILROADS. j FOR CHICAGO. MILWAUKIE, ▲ad ill part* of tka Wwt, UCURSIOS IIFUT8 N CHICAGO, ULViUKU, And ali other point* at the WEST, SOUTH * NORTH WEST, t'onaleat th* reduced rate* ol lire at th* Union Ticket Office, 31 Exchange St., W. O. Little, Agent. Junc24dt/ aWK REDUCED RATES I lU POUT ANT TO TBATELEU8 | -TO THI West, North West & South West! W. D . LITTLE. IS Agent lor all the great leading routes to Chica go, Cincinnati. Cleveland, Detroit, Mil waukie, Galena, Oskosh, St. Paul, Lacrosse, Green bay, t^uiucy. St. Louia, Louisville, lnai-uanolis, Caiio, etc., etc., and ia prepared to turuisfti lnaotuu ricKKTa from Portlanu to all the principal citiet and towns in the loyal States and Canadas, at the lowest rates ol tare, and ail nccdlul uiiormation oheerlul y granted. Travelers will dml it greatly to their advantage to procure their tickets at tire Uaiou Tiekei Office, 31 Exchange Street, (VP &TAIH8,) W. L). LIT’l LK, Agent. UT Passengers for California, by the Old Lint Mail Steamer and Panama kaiboad, may be secured by earlv application at this ofl.ee. l'ickels to Montreal and (JncOcc and return (via the Grand trunk Railway * utay be ob aiued at thn ageuc> on favorable terms ma>‘J6ult wtl UMAMD IHLiUt liAlLWAl Of Oanada. 8UMMKU AUUA.N UK8UJ9T. and alter Monday, June 27, 1064, will run daily, (Sundays except- ' nice, as follows: Up Trains. Leave Portland Tor "land Pond. Montreal and Quebec nt 7.0o a. a and 1 26 r. k. Down T rains. Leave Island Pond for Portland, nt 6 30 A. a. and , lOr.s. l be Company are not responsible for baggage tc ! any amount exceeding S60In value, and that per tonal, unless notion Is given, and paid tor at the rale ol one passenger tur every *60u additional value. C. J. UKVDLLS, Managing Director. . H. BA1LLY, Superintendent. Portland, June 26, 1084 nov6 POHTLANU iNb MbA.MKBJK<t K.B. SPRING k SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 25, 1864 Paseenger trains leave Skowhegan for eM^E'Wfl'ert aau and Boston, at 6.46 A M , Au gus a. 110 A M and Bath 12 10 P. M. Aovasts for Portland and Boston nt 6.30 A, u.; Bath 6.30 A. Portland for Ba'h, Assasta, Waterville,Kendall's Mills ana Skowhegar, at 1.10 P. M. Portland lor Bath and Augusta 0 16 P. M. Passengers fer stations on the A udrotcogglu Kail road will charge ears at Biuntwlck. The I 10 *'. M. train fora Portland connects at Kendall's Mills with Maine Central Railroad tor Bangor, ke , arriving snme evening. Stages leave Ba.h Tor Rockland nt 3 A.M. and 8 Stage* leave Augusta for Belfast at 4 P. M. Stages leave Skowhegan at 6 10 P. M. for Ancon, So on, Ac. Through Tiekets for all the stations on this and (he Androscoggin Railroad, can he proenrred in Boston at the Eastern or Bos'on end Heine fictions. ,**■ u Superintendent April 18, 1864 sp23tf Vork A Cunit**-rluud itullrosad. rSUMMER ARRANGEMENT. — On and after MONDAT, April 1th., 1864, trains will leave as follows, notil further notioe: franc River tor 1'ortlsnd wt 6 46 . 1 Freight Train with Passenger Carei and 0 16 a. it , and 6.30 r m. Leave Portland tor Saco River, T.46 A. «. and ; 3.00 and 6.30 r.M. Tbt 3.00 r. a. train out, snd 6 46 i a. a train into Portland, will be freight trains with ; paseenger cars attached bUges connect at taccarappa daily fer South VYinuham, Windham Center and Great Falls. At Gorham tor West Gorham, Stsudtsh. Steep Falls. Baldwin. Sebsgo, BiiJgton. Hiram, Liming- I ton, Cornish, Denmark, Brownheld Lovel, Frye* j bare. Conway.Bartlett, Albany, Jackson and Ea ton, N. H ■ At Buxton Center lor West Buxton. Bonney Ea gle. south Limingtoo, Limington and Limerick At Saoo River tri-we. kly. lor Ueiils, Limerick, Ossipee. Newheld, Parsonsfield. Ethugnxm, Free dom. Madison, sxten, Cornish, Porter, Ao Fares 6 oeots lest when tickets are pa rah axed lx the Office, than when paid in the Can. 1>AN. CARPENTER. Snpt. Portland April 7,18*4 dtf SHINE t'EHTHAi. HAIL. HO AD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Trains leave Portland, Grand Truk Station. for Lewiston and Auburn, at 7 a.m. For Bancor and intermedia!* station* at 1.36 r.M. RETURNING—leave Lewieton at 6.30 a. M., and arrive it> Portland at ft.80 A w. I •« 7.30 a. m , and arrive in Portland at 3 16 r. M. Both these train* connect at Portland with trains for Boston Freight train leaves Portland at 8 a. M.f and re turning is due in Portland at 1 r. m. Stages connect with trains at principal stations, dally for most of the towns North and East of this Une. C. M. MORSE Sup t. Waterville. November, 1863 . 4eel4 PORTLAND. o A POHT8JMOUTii RAILROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS, Commencing April 11th, 1864. dH||Mn Passenger Trains will leave the Bta* oESB tion, Canal street, dally, (Sundays en 3 cut ed; as lollowa Leave Portland tor Bcston, at 8 46 A. M. and 8.68 r. m. Leave Boeton for Portland at 7.90 A. V. and 8.08 r. m. Dcave Portsmouth for Portland, at 18.00 a. M. and 6.30 r. m. Thoee trains will take and leave passengers at way stations. Freight trains leave Portland and Boston dally. FILANCT& CilASK, Superintendent. Portland. Oct 90.1861 ooll odtf PRO ~POS A.LS non nnncTino rna Custom House at Portland, Maine. TssABuar Dnrautmxxt. I August 28, 1884 ) PROPOSALS will be received at twi» mp*rtaient urn it ibe Ursi Odder life, at la o’eluok noon, for the oonstruciiun ot the i us*om U»u»e an* thurued to be eiec ed at t o Land, lie. meet ding to me plan* and apecikcatioi a prepared at this Depart ment; said proposal* to e»- ii-ber ler the wnole building, or separate tor nitf-rent kinds of work : the D-partmeut ie*ervmg the right te r*Jeet er accept the proposal* hereby invited, or any part thereof, where it deems the intciest cl the United hut a re quires it; the Department a so reserving the igbt le 1 exc uue ihr bio of auv person nr pei»ona. whom there isjust cause to believe will not < ait h fully per form tue coni'act. * Ibo all bid* that epoa investl | gelioti are beh.w a fair price lor the work. Bids will not be received iu gross, and the Depart 1 MM ut having prepared a ac:.e< ule e. the appr xi matequautit ea ol e*«h kind of work and material taqtii.'od, (which schedule may be had at the eflice ol the Supervising Architect, treasury i epaitment) ine wooer mu or nquirou so aiux ms prices tuereio tor *nch a tides aud hinds of work as he proposts to hid tor, aud thru tarry the whole out in out gross amouut. Ninety pier cent, of the amount ef the work doue and material deliveied according tosontraei price, (said amouut to be a**- rtaiued by the estimate cf an Agent o*> the Department appointed for that pur* pose) will be- paid irom time to time as the work pro gresses, mud ten p* r cent, retained until the oomDie tion of the coutrack an t acc- planet oi the werk by the Agent afore* .id, aud be forfeited in the event of the uou-fulflllmont of the contract. Contract* wi I be awarded only to Master Builders aud Jtechauics aud the assignment thereof, except b • consent of the Secretary oi the Treasury, will be a ferMlft ot the same fcacb proposal must be accompanied by a guaran tee. signed b> t*o ri« <on>ib e persons, (eertified to bes > by the Unit- d 4 atea District Judg* or Attor ue of said District), fn the -urn of ft .000,00 'or the whole work, or of a proportionate amouut if lor auy part, that th** bidder wi.l, wtieu required, if his pro posal be accep'ed enter into a contract aud boud, with suttcieut sec jri ie*. foi its xithlul pertormanc . Ko m.- ot the bond aud e *r fittest* required; el-o the plans, spec id cat to us and woi king o rawing will be luruis ed ou pplicatlou to the bupervi.-ing Ar chitect of ih> Uvpsr'meut No bid will be considered, unless it fully complies tu a.l its details with the requirements oi this adver tisement I b<» Proposals rau-t be sent to this Department, ad- j drt*s«d to l-aiah Rogers, baporvisiug Architect, ; and plni-'lv eudorsesd : ••Propo**'* for the Portland Custom House." Propo-als wt) aiso be received at the lime time I for tue old 1 u-tora House bui ding aud materials I 'herein, (the four grauitc column- on Fore s r et exoep’ed) to be removed will iu sixty i60) days from da's of tfc- award, and in case the sale of the same be aw arded U> tbe suoce-stui bid for the new < us torn House, ’hr amount of same will betaken as part pay ment of his wulrsct ISAIAH ROli IRS, Sapervistug Architeet. ftepf I—did To Wood Dealers andLumbermen. 10,000 Cords Wood aud Logs W anted. PROPOSALS are desired far cargoes of »he fal lowing woods, vis :—White or Canadiau Poplar, Hemlock. Kaewood. or American Linden Beech. | Yellow birch, and W-re or Red him and White Spruce—all to be sound and mcr*. Itau'tMe Offers may be made to Inrnish by the eo’d or in the log of 8 oi 12 or 16 feet l**ng. »rorn 6 inches in diameter upward, to be delivered on uavigable wafer for vessels drawing w hen kedtd i.ine feet Parties pleas* state th« kit d of wood, and the auiouut they can famish, where they wi.-h to deliver I r ship ment, and when It will be delivered there, aud the (owes* eash price per cord or 1000 feet, as they desire to contract For farther particulars, or sending proposals, please address B BUFVCM, Treasurer American Wood Paper Company, Providenee, K i. A ag 23—dflra T* Cm. ACOKVKMKKl Iiv. e, aailabl. ft* a ft,mil, ol t» o or tbr # joean d in th. uii*ir i>m at tlm di > Aiidrr., Uk>T, Boa a Portland, r. o. •apt S—dlw __ STEAMBOATS. Portland and Penobscot River, Summer Arrauseineut, 1864. THE NEW, STAUNCH AND COMMODIOUS STEAnER LADE LANCS, Built expressly for this route, CAPT. WILLIAM R. ROIX, Will commence her Summer Ar rangement on MONDAY MORN ING, June 0 h, Leaving Bangor ev er v Mo.. u*>, Wcdutsdu^ ano Friday Mornings at l0 o ock. R.•turning will leave Railroad Wharf, foot ol State street, Portland, every Monday, Wednesday aud Friday Evening*, at 10 o'clock, connecting with ! the Eastern, Boston and Maine, and Portland, gaoo aud Portsmouth Raitroms from Boston aud Way Stations, leaving Bo.-ton at 3 o’clock, p M. The boat will touch at Rockland. Camden, Bel fast. Buck sport, Winterport and liampden, both ways, Passenger* ticketed through to aud from Boston, Lowell, Lawrence, Salem and Lynn. For more extended inionnaiion, apply to J. <j Kendrick, Bangor; the local Agon is at the variou* landings; the Depot Ilasiors ot the P. b A P , Eastern, and U . *- M Railroads; Abi«l Somerby, Portland; Lang k De'ano, Boston, or t'UAij. SPEAR, General Agent. June 4 — isdtl Montreal Ocean Steamship Go. One ot the billowing flrst<iass steamers of this Line vizPeruvian, Hibernia, North American, Jura, Bel gian, Nova Bcotiau, Moravian. Da m^cup. m..i sail irom (Quebec, svisr Batuuday Mouaihu. tor Liverpool via Loud' uuerry . Also the steamers St. David bt Gkokob, St Aidrkw 8t Patrick, tri mouthiy trom Quebec for Glasgow. Prepaid and return tickets issued at roduced rates. For passage apply to U.a a ALL AN. Montreal, or to J L. FAR v.EK, may ltidtf No 10 Exchange street Portl >ud. International Bteamihip Company. Ea&tport, Calais & St John. TWO TRIPS PER WEEK. On and aPer Monday, March 2S, the superior »e*-goiug oturner NEW BRUNSWICK.tapt E. B ___Winches tor, will leave Railroad Wnari, wo. ui State Street, every Monday at ft o'clock P. M..and the Steamer NEW ENOLARD, Capt. E. Field, every ( hurt*ay at ft o’clock p M ' for rAatport and St. John, N. B , connecting at Eastpori with steamer guetu, for Kobiuaon, St. An Jrewi and Calais, and With Staire ooaches tor Ma chine, and at at. John with steamers for Freder icton and wilh steamer Liu, eror lor bigby Wind sor and Llalilax, and with the E. A N. A. Aailroad » tor shediac and all way stations. Returning, will leave St. Johu overy Monday and I Thursday a. 8 o’clock A. M., for Eastport, Portland and Hostou. ; Thiough ticket* procured of the Ageutsand Clerk < on board Steamer* rhnrtifa l*re0dT*! till 4 o’clock P. M., Mondays and m*r*dtf_ C.C. HA TON, Agent. Portland and Boston Line. THE STEAMERS rore«t City, Lswuton and Montreal fo^«“tunuu>'r nou°*’ r“ “ Leave Atlantio Whan, Portland mS&SttiESlft*—»d Fare in Cabin. ..no Freight taken ar uual. The loin, au> are not re.pon.ible for bagenge to an, amoini exceeding *60 in mine, nod that unreoa al, anltw notice U given and paid for at the rata of one paMcnger for aver, »600 additional valua. Feb IS. fidg dtf L BILLINUS, Agent Portland and Slew Vork Steamers SEMI-WEEKLY LINE. m the .piandid and flat bteamehine . "LOtcSi POINT," Capt..Willrnr, ij?, .nd "POTOMAC," Captain Snnn -^fSfcf5aaiwooo, wlll.nntil farther aotioo. rnn aa follow. ' _ V“Te ?">wu* wharf, Portland, eTer, WEDNKS alt PM..and leave Pier ( North Hirer, New Tork, ever, WKDNK8DAY and SATURDAY, at i o’clock P M Theie reaecl. are Btu d up with fineaeoommodntione for pnaeenr.r. making thla the moat apoed,, .afe and aoBfertable rente far traroliara between Ntw York and Maine. Pair age (7,00, inelnding Kara and State Rooms Goode forwarded b, thia line to and from Montreal. John**’ • Angneta, Kattport and St. Shipper, are retineatad to Mnd thair freight to the eteamer. a.earl, aa I P. M., on the dar that then leave Portland. For freight or pauiage apply to KMhKY A KOT Hrowu’e wharf, Portland. M B. CROMWELL A CO.. No. MWeet Street, Mew York. Dm t.lSSI. gl, FOR SALE & TO LET. 11 ohm.' and Lot No. 31 Danlonh Si., For Sale. MThe two aud a half storied wooden d wel iug livuaf aud lot, So 81 Dauforth St , contain i ft ten good sized rooms, with a bahing j r. urn—piped for g*s thrun<hi-tit—a turuato that will beat every part ol tbe bouse, i ate u lor rain wati-r and a never failing well of dr ukiitg water Copper pumps, ke On tho pruu n;# are a good barn ana sheds The lot Is shi st IW 1< «l i»«i I b« Uvu-c emu be examined an* day from 10 ▲. M. till 6 P M.. by Calling on tbe subsetn ex who will turnish particulars aud terms >f sale J K Bit A/I Kit, Ocean Insurance Company Building. No. 87 Exchange St. Aug 3—dtt House aud 11 oily1 Lot* For S**l«*, Located in Westbrook, about five -W, minutes walk ft-om the Horse Car* ■fea ai Woodtotd's boi uer. Also, t» e pit-assn ly located two i — - stor Dwelliug ilou-e and Lor, re j cefitly occupied by Mr J. C. Seuuck. The lot con ] thins about two acres, a d is one of the finest loca tions lor a gen:eel residence to be found in the sub • urU uf ♦ ort and, being le*s than two miles Trom too P4H tlaud ! oet office, and commands a fine view ol ' the eitv. Kim further particular* call on the undeisigned at 818 Koi# Street, corner L'uicn Street, j J> 14a * BUFU8 DUNHAM. Dwelling House for salt:. M a two sto*y dwell.ng house on Congress St. nearly opposite itie castellated Villa of e». L. Carlton, Et-q., and on the tine of the Horae | tejuiioad. Inis houre c« ntains fourteen finished j and is well adapted to accommodate two lam Hies. ‘ with seperate < ut buiiUiuga, stable, to .. aud a well { of a ter in tbe yard. A targe part of tbe purchase j bsds) can lay on mortgage li desired This property will be jQ- red at Auction on tbe first of August, it not sold bofore. ALLEN HAINES. rort land. July‘21. 18*4. Provision More for Sale. mUK ht<*ck and nature* of a Provision Store, A lavoratly located in a thririug manufacturing town, on the Hi. e of R It..a few mile* from Port • laud. This i* a good chance for a parti with a .-mail capital. Expenses small, nut only five dollars a m-nth. Will be sold tow lor cash—ch-nge •! busi ness caua* of saio. Present quota or the town to he i filled by enlistment* 4 a'l on o- address iumedi lately O W. BURN HAM, International Uou.*, Portland, Me. ; Aug 23.1864 —dtf Laud <>u Fret tireci lor sale. THE valuable real eatate oa Free atreet, known a> tbe "F'urbiab prot^rty ” The lot la about 10# i teet out ie« atreot aod e^touda back about 174 leot. i Said eatate will be acid aa a wboja, or tbe easterly I hall of tke dwelling liouse, with let about 40 by 176 Application mi) bo made to Jamea Furbish Eaq , <*■ Hie premises, or to ULU.K B. JACKoOK, lalyidll__ 68 Exchange street. For bule. ASQCAKK block of land, of about 73000 acres •I wood land, on tbe south side of the river ] St. Lawrence. In Canada East It is interceeded bs I two considerable rivers with eligible Mu! site. Well wooded wilt every description of timber, such aa pint and spruce in large quantities, and maple, berob. beech, tamarac auu baas wo dtcanr amount. Enquire of H. T. MACH1N, •'ortland. Portland, Feb 1864 feb* eodti For sals-. x CLIFF COTTAGE, containing ovor FI' rooms.largestable and sheda—situated two and one-half miloe from Portland, and the fluuat situation in Capo Elisabeth for a wa i tering plaoc, and summer boarders. For particular- enquire of GEO. OWEN, up7 dtf 101 Commercial Street. Portland. For halt. A TWO story House and Lot situated on Port - V laud stre. t, with Stable and other out buddings A so two adjoining lota containing about eight thousand square leet Enquire of N. 81 EVENS. No 47 Portlund street. juueMtf To Let. TWO ® rst c'a#» tenements at the corner qf Sa'em and Brackett Sis : slao one tenement on Green St Inquire of JaBKZ C WOODMAN. Jr real Estate ltr k- r. (1 Exchange 8t., or NATHAN U WOODMAN. a Oak St. , Hj.lt! lloiiwt' For Mule. A TWO story wooden bouse. No 18 Adams street. 11 finished rooms, convenient lor two lamilios; |deui y of good water. For particulars inquire o' B. J. W!LL*RD Portland, May 14 1864. msyl4ecdtf To Let. POCR Offices single or in suites, orer Stores Noe 161 and 154 Exchange Street, opposite the Inter oatlonal House Apply oo the premises to Jyddtf A L BROWN To Let. UTORK now oooupled by u. Possession given S3 immediately. Also, a Front office in Ilanson Block lankdt* I] J IIKHKVACO. To l.el. TOE Store now o-cepted by E. E, Little, under Mechanic Hall. Enquire of c. p. Kiwhall. *•-■£»__ Preble Street. To Let. ONE STOKE in Galt's Block Apply to U. T. MACHIN, ardfct «ue Fop hule at a Bwrsain. THE thr*# •’e-jr. brown-rtone maa’io ho«i*, V«. ‘4S «Min»b*rland corner of (jr'-en utrotf, cod tai iff ti n room*, wit* din'ii* room. Ac flui-tied In modero •*?>, with ga»; alao an alur-tamo ot hard and -oft water iu kitchen Apply at 13» Com metcia! at. aepl6i3w T« UNFIRKISHEP ROOMS ioH, wither with out hoard, at 884 Cougrati it. «epl4<Uw* MEDICAL. f'tfh THE NATION ! COE’S DYSPEPSIA (IRE! ] The World's Great Remedy — FOB- . I Dyspepsia and Indigestion! AND ALL H> i ae as e a • F TUB STOMACH AND BOWELS Prepared by the Proprietors of “Coe's Cough Balsam” Dyspepsia is not only the sure forerunner of death but the companion of aui eorable iile It baa well been called it**} Nation’s vcourge; for more persous, both o-d and young, mule and finale, suffer from its ravages, ibau from all o her ailm< u p conibiued. It robs tue wools system ol us vigor aud energy, gives »earimar ami total indinoaitton to those once strong ai d active; renders the stomach poaerlossto digest the food, aud ha* lorits attendants, Headache, Heartburn, Constipation, Nausea at Stomach, and General Debility of the whole System, rcfimlna It* suhti^tl t nkrtinU nf nmi hearty lood. wi hout p.yiug the penalty iu the moat sgouizi g dial rise and uflentime^ complete prostra tion. To m et lio terrible ravage# of this worst of all diteason, «o have prepared "COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE" | and we pledge our reputation upon our statement. ! when we say it will Potitivelj Cure the Wont of You, not in a year—not in a month—nor iu a week—but you shall see its ben* ficial influence at ecee imme diately, and the day you take it. To you who have ' lived «v>r wars upon Graham Bread and plain diet, ! who dare not eat anv thing the least-ww hearty — Aral, because the Doctor has ordered the plainest food, aud eecoudly for fear the distress it causes— : rising aud souring on > our stomach, wesav sit down ' to your uinntr, eat as heart, a meal as you wish, and as soon as the food begins to distress yea. fol low It by a single tcaspoouful of O O E ’ S DYSPEPSIA CURE I A»D IT WILL Relieve You Instantaneously. thus enabling you, by hear+y eating, and the use of ! the cure aftei each meal, (as often as the food dis- • tree, j on, or our, an your atomuch.) > on will wet in a rery few day , »o that you can do without the ! mediciue, except occasionally, and by the time the i hi,t bottle it used up. we will gtuixmee ton froe i from Liyep* pain, end able to ext, digest and cut .y aa hearty a brv .k.ast us you crer sit down to In our ' healthiest huura, aud we will lorfeil tj joe the price 1 ol the boit.e. upon your shewing that our atatemout ' ia not correct. The medicine ia powerful but harmless, and whilst ■ n single leaai.oonlul will nt onoe relicre the dyai eo- ' tleiuffervr, the whole nottle would not mxMrUify injure him. ns it i. entirely redouble and contain, no opiates All classes 01 disease that hare their orl gin in a disordered stomach sod bowels, are disuel Ied in the tamo inatautaneoaa way, by the nae of | COE’S DYSPEPSIA CUBE I few and Ague, Sick Headache, Sicknea at the ! Stomach, Cmetipation, Heartburn, Colic Paine iu Stomach er Bowel*, Ogsenterg, Vomit ing, a feeling of Puintneee and Laeei tude, Want of Appetite, will not and cannot exiit where the cure ia used — ' It remote, the disease , y i emoting the cause not hue Alcoholic Buiers which . orer up your bad teal tugs lor a few momenta by tbeirexnilaraimgeffect, f.eware olsucta remeoiea or bererages. but in their place use a remedy that will ro.tore Ibe disrated lunctiuns to tbeir norms! condition, sou #et iu mo tion the euliie humau inecbanUm ia perteet bar mooy. aud uponpnuciplee sy^nou; mou, with well ! dehued phyaologtcal iawa. Ihatauch will be the ef teot of COE’S DYSPEPSIA CURE, immediately and Instantaneously, we pledge our wo.d us men of honor—our reputation as Pharmace utists—our favorable acquaintance w.tiJibe people as prop te ora of th. World renow ned ' ,a'( tough bul-am," If it le e.ed according to our directions wine , may be found witn esc , bottle. We add below some leetitnouiula irom our neigh bors unu townsmen, to which we sag your careiul attention. Ttil 1M0M1ALS. • from the Pastor </ the Methodist M. Church, Mad ison, town. 1 bavs used Coe's Dyspepsia Cure in my fkmily and can wfl mgly te.my to iu vuiue at a medicine Uaaal OinMa»o,r»,iorlt It.church. Madison, Coun , June Mllh. 18M. A Voice from home through our Citg Papers. New Uaveu, Conn . June 18, UjtH. Messre. Austere:—Anew me. througu e..ur col umns, to acknowledge my grauiude lor tn, beneiit 1 huve recei.ea irom ihe use oi Coe's Dysp, p.iu Cure Ailhougu i was a greas auferor irom Dy spop.-ini tne brat dose gate instant mi. 1 ana oi e oun, t m enabled me to eat anything i please, wllhout nain l hare now stopped using use medicine, as I no longer need it. Pai-wian Cr«a». MmUou. Com . Jane 20 1S64 Prom the benelt den, eo by the use of Coe's u,s pepsia Cure in my family, I am prepared to sa, that I never luteud to he without it and advise ail who are afflicted with Dyspepsia to try it. PuiLunuka Lawn. Mr. (toe:—Tho bottle oi Coe'e Dyspepeia Care t ou gave me has b .eked up year statement aouceming it. I have only used half a nettle, aad can eat pin* apple sh .rt sake or any thing el e without trouble It acts like a charm. 1 he relief It affords is instan taneous Jana A. Lcweit New Platen, June 18,1864 Those who know my aousliluUoa, what my condi tion has been ior the la-t thirty years, will believe , with me ihai a medicine that will reach er ease will ! reach almost any one. Can'. Dyspepsia Cara has suablediue te eal anything 1 please, and It >• vary ajldotu 1 now bare to a e the tnedieiue. It reliered me in as instant when I was in great p-'- My whole system is being streug.hen.d by its use ’ New Uaveu, June 1C, 1864. A>11 Bl“«ort. In ortant to Trateltia. While Journeying ou ihe oars, my stomack be came badly deranged, causing severe pain in my : head, tiaditueen ou me water it would here , oeeu called aeu-aiekness A lady silting by me 1 knowtug my counition. icaebed out a bolt e «aylng’ | "taka a seahuw." I did so and is iaaa than gee minuies my tr. uiile t. as ended. I he me-icue was . "Coe's Dyspepsia Cure," kud irons ike efoet it bad upon the biomach, end what 1 have learned of it I since. 1 'kina it must be en excellent remedy for • ex-sickness and Dyepep ia. MUS •AMCKLnisl-D. Mxd.scn, Jane 30th, 18*4. Bew Hare*, Jose ffith, 1164. Mce*re. C. U Clark A Co.—Gntinun:—1 deairt to make kuowu the almost lu>u«:utuu effoota ef ••Coe'* Dyipep*il Care." incase* of elder awwsrher. 1 had beta tor twenty tear bean purging at tha •tomach and howela, every fifteen minute*. I went Into yoar drug atom to procure acme brandy, aa 1 had always been lo.d tl&t it wa* a good remedy lor liyteuury My pallid thee and my wreak neat at once attracted me attention si the clerk in el a-ge and be irked me at onca -wrgtiaihe matter?" I replied: "1 have been tort wintry-lour hour* romit mg and purging, and I am atabie to atsod or walk from weak nr**, and this deadly aiokceaaatmy (tom ach e mpletiiy proatratea me.’ lie piuduoeo e bot tle of Coe'a Dyrpepeia Cure, raying, "taka a large awulloer of that; it la now 11 o'clock; taken another after dinner." t roia the momeul 1 took that firtt doer of the mrdiciu* my *lcknr*e at atomach wa* gone- it* effect wa* iuttantaneou*. Iu an hoar 1 eat my dinner a I a a* good a relush a* ever hungry man partook ii. I waa well c.earid out of food.) and followed’by a toaspooufai of cure. I have not aufiertd a particle oi iaconreulence aince I t ok the remedy IU aatiun m ao ar ndenai and ao immediate tbit 1 could hardly belj re the evidence* of my ova renae* and I d**lr. to pu licljr make known there fact*, that the whole world may avail tbemreivir ef I iU aae Like bread, ii thould fid a place in every on 'a bon»e. and I believe that no one abonid go away from home without a bottle of it u hi* pocket or where It r uld b- quickly made availab e Trgly your., <>rio. L. UKaKB. One </ the , wenly .jK* flew Haven, July ljth, 1964 ~ Hit Coa Sir -Having been troubled with the Dyrpep-ia tor eoine right or twelve month*. J have ! taken the n ua’ kiudrof medicine*, which have done I me no good I *aw yoar a ivertl.ement of a meal cine toe ire the Uy epepria. I have tried it, and fpuud it to be th* medicint The firrt « drope (the 7th of Jane.) that I took, reiiev d me in oaa minute I have taken it three or four timee. hut hart haa no : dtstrvaaing fueling in mv iLmmch since taking tha (rat U drop., ai hongh before. I could not oat a meal, and wtnetime. no more than three er foar i mouthful Is withoai di.treeaing me. Berpectially, 3. y. WOODRl' FJT. Mew Haven. June 11th 1964 Mu Col— Dear Sir — The hettie of Dyrpepaiu Medicine 1 reet ived 'roar you. gave inrtantaueoua ! relief. I only i sal it whs-n ray food dirtraaaed me. it wa-abo'it like liking two dorcr te-'4ay,one to- . in Trow, Ikon overy other day, inereaaing the uuau titv of food ana dcorearing the mosijeine.untill waa enibh d to eai without tiling anything at ail. My case wa* an extreme one. hiving (offered for aevea year*. I aow eoari ier myaelf cured, and by eeing ouiy one bottle af medicine in the .peee ul two montha. The doaa wa* a teatpooniai. ■ill* 8. Ali.**. Sold by Drngffilt* ta eity aad eoaatry, every- ■ where. Price *1.00 per Bottle. Order* by mail, from either dealer, or eoaaumara, promptly attended ta. C. G. CLARK * CO. Wloleeaie Drnggitte, New Haven, Conn., Proprietor*. Sold In Portland by W. V. Phillipe, U. H. Hay, 1*4 all other I-talar I. marobteedlyM MEDICAL. ' DB. I. B. BCBHBS CAM BB BOUHD AT Hit PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, No. ft Temple Street, HJ’HICEE'be ctn be consulted privately, and with Vf tbe utmost eonlldenct by the afflicted, at ail ; iourt daily, from 8 a. M. to D r. M. Er. U. address©* those who are nftnBf under tbe fflictiou of private disease, whether truing from mpure connection or Uie terrible vice ot aeli-ftbute. Jc voting hit entire time to that particular branch oI he medical profession, be feels warrantee in Guab lutbbimo a Cuux ia all Casbb, whether wflonj lauding or recently contracted, entirely removin he dregs of disease from the system, and staking >«rlbct and PERMANENT CURE. He would call the attention of the afflioted to « Fact of hi; long »tandingand well earned reputation Furnishingsuffloieut asenranoe of his skill and sac MSS, CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Every intelligent and thinking person must know | that remedies handed out from general use should ; nave their efficacy established by well-tested ex pa- i rience in the hands of a regularly educated physi* | man, who*e preparatory study fits him tor ail the duties he must lulfill; yet the country Is flooded with poor nostrum, and cure-alU. purporting to be the beet in the world, wbicb are not only useless, but al ways Injurious The unfortunute should berabtio OLAa in selecting hi, physician, a, it la a lamentable yet inooutrevertable (act that many syphilitic au tienta are made miserable with ruined constitution, by maltreatment from inexperienced physieiane la CeneraJ practice; tor it is a point generally conceded y tbe beet syphilograpbera, that the study and man Xmeut of tbeae oomplainU should engross the ole time ol' those who would bo competent and successful In their treatment and our*. The Inea perienoed general praotltloner, having neither op portunity nor time to make hiuueli acquainted with their pathology, oommonly untrue, one system ol - treatment. In most oases making as tndlaorlminau aee af that antiquet*d and dangerous weapon, Her HAVE CONFIDENCE, AU who have committed an exocsa of ssy kind,* whether it be the solitary rice of youth, or the a ting ing rebuke of misplaced ronMenoo in mutureryeurs, SEEK FOR AN ANTIDOT IN REASON. The Faina and Acboe, and Lassitude and Nervous Prostration that may follow Import) Coition, or* tbe Barometer to the whole system. Do not wait for tbe consummation that is tars to tal low, do not wait tar Unsightly doers, for Disabled Limbs, for Loos of Bounty and Complexion. NOW MAN I THOUSAND! CAN TESTIFT TO THIS BT UNHAFF 7 EXPERIENCE. Tonne Hen troubled with emisutoua In sleep, U ; complaint generally the result of a bad habit In : youth, treated setantidoully, and a perfect euro war ranted or no charge made. Hardly a day passe! bat we are consulted by oat or more young awn with the above disease, some of 1 whom are as weak aa<l emaciated as though they had the consumption, and by their friends suppose'4 to have It. All such c sees yield to tbe proper aad only correct oourse of treatment, and la a short time aro made to rojoloo la portoot health. KIDDLE AO ED There are many men at toe as- _ ._ v. ... *noare troubled with too fre^ueot evacuations from tbe bladder, often accompanied by n alight smarting or burning sensation, and weakening the system In a manner tbe patient cannot acconnt tar. On exam ining arinary dep> alts a ropy sediment will often be found, and sometimes small particles of semen or j albumen will appear, or the color will bo of u this ! milkiak hue, swain changing to a dark and turbid appearance There are many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, whieb Is the SECOND STAGE OF SEMINAL WEARNESS. I cun warrant Mwrfeet sure ia ssoh eases, and a tall and healthy restoration of the urinary organa. Persons who cannot personally consult tbs l>r. oan do so by writing in s plain manner a description of their disease, and the appropriate remedies will be forwarded immediately. All uorreepondenoe strictly oonldential aad will be returned If desired. Address DB. J. B. HU0HE8, No. t Temple 8t., feomer of Hiddle] Portland ■p-Send Stump tar afroulur. Kdcctic Medical lu firm ary. TO THE LADIES. Dl. HUGHES particularly invitee ail Ladles whs need a medical adviser, to call at hi* rooms, Mo ft Temple Street, which they will find arranged foi their especial accommodative. Dt. 1ft.'s Eclectic Renovating Medicinesare unrivai led in efficacy and superior virtue la regulating all Female Irregularities. Their action is speoido and certain ol producing relief in a short time asADIEM will find it iavaluahle In all cases of ob structions after all other remedies have bees tried is rain. It is purely vegetable, containing nothin* tn the least injurious to the health, and may be taxon with penoct va.*etv at all time*. dent to any part of the country with foil directions byad drawing DR. UUUUES. Vo. ft Temple Street,oornor of Middle, Portland. V. B.—LADIES desiring mayoonsnlt one oftbefti own sea. A Indy of experience In oonsUnt attend nnoe. Ian 1 d A wly remale | STRENGTHENING CORDIAL. . This Medicine is of long tried efficacy for correct ing all disorders incidental to the ieminme sea. That ike afflicted may feel assured that this Cordial I ia truly valuable and worthy their confidence, -not I one of those seer t compouuus purposed to deetroy healthy action. 1 add a lew te.timobisMs from phys icians wi om all. lavoringthe Electric aud Kcformed Prsetice o Medicine. respect DR. H Jli.aku 0. OfcAJKDE,formerly Profeesor in the Worcester Medical College, and President of the Electric Medical Society, Mass..tpeaks ei it in the following terms: "I have used the Female Strengthen*** t'vrdvu similar to that preparation by DR. uEO W 8 WATT. 106 uanover Street, and 1 regard it as one of the beat Medicines for Female complaints that can be found." DK J. RIND, Author of •• Woman: Her Dis eases and thair Treatment, 1 says: "This Medicine appears to exert a specific influ ence on the Cterus It is a valuable agent In al> de rangements of the Female Reprvuactive Organs." DK SMITH. Fr-sident of the New York AssO | ciation of Botanh Physicians, says 44 No Feosulu if in uellcate health, shoud omit the timely use of this valuable t ordial. 1 owe much ot my success in midwifery to the nse of this Medi cine." MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES The following from Dr. FA Y is worthy your no tice: "Asa general remed? for Female Complaint* this 4 Cordial’ is a very valuable one. but by the Profs* ; siou it U esteemed more highly for good result i during Confinement in relieving the great suffering I attendant upon childbirth. I acknowledge with Dr. Smith that much ot mr suocesr in midwifery is due to the use ot this medicine It streugthens both mother and child. In each cases I follow the di rections of Prof. Ring, by allowing my patients to use it a few weeks previous to eoufln- meat, as by the enerry it imparts to the uterine Denrou. system the labor will be very much facilitated, and removes the scraps which many female* are liable to. No : woman, if she knew ths great value of this Strength • I coin* t ordial would tail to use it." 1 have reoeived numerous testimonials from dig ; ere at part* of th# country'where used. Knowing the rood it is capable of doing. I w 11 warrant every 1 bottle oi my “ cordial" to be satisfactory in its re sults The following symptoms indicate those affections in jrhich the Female Strengthening Coruiai has proved invaloable: Indisposition to Exertion. Wakefulness, Uneasi ness, Depression of Spirits, Trembling, Lous ef Power, Pain In the Back. Alternate Chills, and Flashing of Ueart, Dragging Sensation at the Lower Part of the Body, Headache, Languor Ach ing Along the thighs. Intolerance of Light and Bound, Pals Countenance. Derangement ot 'he Stomach and Bowels, Difficult Breathing, Hysteria, Ac.. Ac. It is a specific remedy In all Uterine Disease*, Chlorosis ot Greensickness, Irregularity, Painful ness. Profuse or Suppression oi Customary Dis charge*. Leucorrhwa or Whites. Scirrhus or Ulcer ate State oi the Uterus, Sterility, Ac No better Tonic cau roscibl) be put ip than this. 1 and none less likely to do harm, and It is composed wholly ot vegttabf* agents, and such as we have known to be valuable, and have need for many years. PRICE, One Dollar Per Bottle, er six bottles fier St Should your druggist not have It, send directly to as, and when six bottles or more are ordered we will pay al! expenses, and have It securely packed from observation, I Be sure and get that prepared at the New England | Botanic Depot. 106 Uanover St. Bouton. 6E0. W SWETT. M. D., Proprietor. H. H. IIAY, Agent, Portland. STATEMENT OF Til (Etna Insurance Company, Or HABT10BD. COHH., ! On the 1st day of Korember, A. D. IMS. as required by the Laws of tbs State of Maine, < rbe Capital Stock Is.Sl.iOO.000 and mtk thi nrplut is MeesKd atfoUovn: Beal estate, unincumbered, 887,863 It Cask in band, on deposit, and in agents' bauds. 116,060 66 j United States Stoeks, tj£ M7 60 State and City Stocks, and Town Bonds, MM460 00 Bank and Trust Company Stoeks, 1,047.270 08 Mortgage Bonds, 831,boo 00 i Atlantic Matnal Ins. Co's scrip, 18C2-3, 16.884 to Total Assets, *8,006.37! 74 Amonnt ef Liabilities for Losses not due or adjusted, 8176.411 St Amount at risk, estimilcd, 1(6.416,47# C4 I TUOS. A. ALEXANDER, President. Lcotos J. IIannan, Secretary. Hartford, Son. T. 18S3. J. C. CHURCHILL, Agent, No. 4 Iron Block, Portland Pl«r. dech dtf Copartnership Notice. TUE undersigned hire th’sdar forced a I’opnrt uer»hip under the name and s yle ar Fling Jfc Wbittemore, and have tak* a the More formerly oe cepi*d by llenry F-ing. No. 91. Commercial street, where they lutend detng a Commistion and Wlivla •hie batineea, in Tom, Tobacco, W 1 Goods. Gro ceries had Provisions. HENRY FLING STEPHEN Wiill'TEttoRJfi. Portland July 8. 16*4 dtf Notice. THE undersign* d being, h portion of the persons ] named in Station 1st of an act entitled An oat to inco porate th« N« w England Screw htiaiusb’p Comi«uy.” hereby give putlie notice tb*t the drst ■ meetiu of said corpormtien for th«* p rpovt* of or- j gan nation. wlU be held at the Portland and New i York Meainahip Office, on Bruwn’a Whir', I hura- i 5 day, »«ptainb4>Fl6tb> 180, at 3 1-3 o'clock. P. M. i J 8t JCH* MflTB, v John H. Brown, kUhKp. Kutr.r, Phillip U Baevi, Quit Fox. PortUad, Sopl, 1,1884 dtd MEDICAL. | Good News tor the Unfortunate. run Lode uoeoht non UISCOVRRRO AT LAST. Cherokee Remedy ! CHEKOKEE injection. jonrounoED mo* toon. <Ares 4>D LUArae CHBROKER RRSJRDY.thu great ndiAn Wb. , >tio, cures all di eaaca of the Urinary p gans, such i u Incontinence or the Urine, luBamatioa of the i [Kidneys. Stone in the Bladder. Stricture, <j ravel, lileet, Uosorrhea. and is especially recommended in those case* of Fluor Allot*, (or Whi es iu female*' where all the old nauseous mcdiciues have tailed. It 1* prepared in a highly concentrated form, th* lose only being from one to two teaspoonfnla three times per day. It Is uiareUo and alterative in Its action ; purifying and cleansing the blood, causing it to flow in nil iu original parity und rigor; thus removing from the system nil pernicious causes which have induced die aaae. CUKROKKB IFJRCTIOS is Intended as an ally or assistant to the CUKRORRM RRMKOY, an should be used In conjunction with that medicine la all cases of Utmorrht, Hint. Fluor Allot* or White* lu eflecU are bealing, soothing and demulcent; r* moving all scalding, beat, cboadee and pain. Instead of the burning and almoat unendurable pal that Ie experienced with nearly ail the chtaR fuach s^Jsc* Moms. d; me di id, i /(s/ioaes KK&iaui ana CHER UK Be IXJMCTlOA'-ltm two mediclnoa at 1 the same time—all Improper dischargrs are remotes 1 and tbe weakened organa are apeedUy restored to ! full rigor and strength. For full particulars get our pamphlet from any drug iLoro in the oouatry, or write ue and we will mail Owe to any ad drew, a full treatise. Frlee, CBBROKKt JtKMKDT, M per bettie, 01 three bottles for B6. Frlee. CBRROKBR IXJKCTIOX, OT per bo c or three bottlet tor U. lent by Kaprem to aay addn»» oa receipt of tht prtoo. •old by all draggiete, everywhere. DA. W R. MIBtVIX fc Ce., aoLa ruorui nous. Ho. » Liberty St, Hew Fork, i Cherokee Cure 1 TBK OBBAV INDIAN MEDICINE, OOMPOCXDBD PBOM BOOTS. BA BBS AVD LBAVBB Ajb unfailing core for Spermatorrhea, Semina Wearness, Nocturnal Emissions, and mil disease* caused by self poJution. such as Loss of Memory. i Universal Lassitude. I’Aios In the Back, Dimneaaol j Vision. Premature old Age, Weak Nerves. Difficulty of Breathing. Trembling, Wakefolnees, Eruptions on tbe Face. Pale Counteoanoe. Insanity. Consump tion, and all tbe direfai complaints caused by de parting from tbe path of nature. This medicine is a simple vegetable extract, and one on which all can rely, as it has be<*a used in our practice for many years, sad. with thousands treated, ; it has not foiled in a single instance. Its eurativs powers have been sufficient to gain victory over the most stubborn esee. To those who have trilled with their constitution until they think themselves beyond the reach of medical aid, we would say, Drspair %ot' the CHER OEEX CURE will restore you to health and vigor, and after all quack doctors have foiled. For foil particulars get a circular from aay Drag store iu the country, or write the Proprietor*, who will mail free to any one desiring th^ same a foil treatise in pamphlet form. Price. 92 per bottle, or three bottle* for M, and forwarded by express to all parts of the world. Sold by all respectable druggists everywhere. OB. W. R. MIRW1X fc Cs.. b uki rsursinvw, kb8 »4kwlj So. 6» Liberty St.. S.w T«rk CAT ARR IlT j NOISES IN THE HEAD! I I CUBED BT INHALINO A Harmless Fluid, OF AGREEABLE ODOR. NO VIOLENT SYRINGING Of the Head. TUE SEA SB OF TASTE All) SMELL KKSTUMKD DK. R. UOODALE’I CATARRH REMEDY. Dr. Good ale ha* combatted Catarrh a a til he ha* foaghi it down. It has bee a a long war. bat hi* tri umph i* complete. Through all coming time hi* Ca tarrh Remedy will be known a* the only one anti dote for a disease which superficial isle have declar ed Incurable. Cata rh doctors, so called, spring ap Lik* mushroom on all sides. 11m object of these pooket practitioners is money. They use dangerous instrument*. Thtir violent manipulation* irritate the already inflamed membrane. They never , cure. Dr. Goods la's treatment is medicinal, not mechani cal. lie does not believe in the force-pump system, which U working eo much mischief. Ills remedy paseee through the absorbent*. to the seat of the dis ease, and obliterates it. It does not relieve merely tor a day, bat for all time. Lastly, it costs a dollar a bottle—no more. Dr. Dodge Auburn X J. After having witnessed the efleets of this Remedy in Catarrh, the* speaks of it;—It is truly and an eonditiouaily a Ueicultau specific lor the • hole dis ease. finch an article ought not to be "hid unuer s bushel." and any m»u who can invent so truly an ) efficient and poei'ivea remedy for such a loathsome disease, ought to be consiuered one «1 the bene ac tors or his race, and his name and the efleets ol his skill perpetuated. Tours respect full-. D. L DODGE. A. M. PUng Aftlee, the well-known Traveller, And whose family physician Dr Goodais was for many years, savs—"If Dr. Gcodale says he can cure Cataxih, he eun cure it." Au Prise S 1. fiend a stamp tor a Pamphlet. •freet, one door west ot Broadway. New Yoik. H H. 11 ay Agent for Portland. June 2d, 1861_ JuneSdly biBoaoii gkuxual e umca, i Washing^ n City, June24,1964.) XJLT ANTED—Surf at us and Assistant s-uryeous " far tk* ('olorsd Troous -Candidates must b* Graduate* ef tew Regular Medical Callage, and moat be exatniut d by a board ol Medioal Officer* to be ocuveued by the burgeon Gere.al. The Board i will deter mice wheti-er th* candidate will be ap ! poiuted burgeon er Ataistant burgeon, according to * merit Appllaati »ns accompanied by one or more to«t mortals from leaptctahle persons, a* to moral 1 character, Ac., should o* addres-ed to ibe Surgeon General. C. 8. A . Washington, D. C , or to the A# uataiit Surgeou General. U. 8- A., Louisville Ky Boardtarenow in session at Boston. New Yo’k. ' Wajhlngton, Cincinnati. 8t. Lcuis. and New Or leans. , Aleo wanted, lloepital Stewards for Colored Reg imenu. Candidates must posses a lair English Ed ucation, and he fatm'iar with the cons, ounding and aiipeneiug of Medicines. Applice'ions must bemads asm the ease of bur**occ hu<* AMirant burgeons Compensation from 624 00 to 638 00 per month, with ciothing, rations, tuel and quarts*s. JUS k BaKNKS. July 12a*3m Acting Surgeon General. GRANTS COFFEE & SPICK MILLS. ORleiXAL SSTABLlSUMBitT. J. GRANT, , Wholesale Dealer is all kind, of COFFEE, SPICES, Salarratua & t'rfa* Tartar, Xt» Vofrt and Spier Mills. 13 and U L'num rtrrrt, Portland. Me. Coffee and Spice* pel ap ‘or the trade, wlt|> any addre**. ia ell reriely ef packages, and warrant, d as repres* ntfl. Coffee roasted and ground for the trade at short notice. gy All goods entrusted a > the owner's risk. I march lOdtf pahticipatiomT Portland Mutual Firs Insurance Company. < 7*5iMn' Police* to be free after th* pay ment ol *U, eight or ten Premium* at Ibe optioa ®f tan in«ured and nt rate* a* low a* any other Company, the twue ol Free Folicie* render* It nl , v *lea*l eqnnl If not *npurior to the participation ipaniee. Offloe No. 102 Middle St. CUAKLfcff HOLD AN. Fma. | „ SDWAIU) ttUffW.Soo. o u>a MEDICAL MORE TESTIMONIALS! MRS. MANCHESTER Is constantly receiving ensolicited testimonials 01 be astmtsAing curat performed by Aar. Among ■any reoently reooived are tbs following, which arc ommeaded to tbs aotloe of the afflicted. Mrs *»a hooter may be eoaeolted at No. 11 Clapp*! Block,Room No.6. A CASA OA 8PIXAL DI3AA8A CURED This la to oertlly that 1 went to sea Mrs. Maaebee ar last March with a daughter of mine troablcd with plnal disease, for which she had been doctored fai Iva years, aad by a Bomber of physicians ol lads ; and she has had twenty-ens applications dectrtmty applied, bat all to ao affect; bat aha aoa tanally grew worse. I catna to the oonclaaion, no lut resort, to (o aad sea Mrs. Manchester, aad tldsoi and to my great ssrprlaa ahs told me the frst mss 01 the disease, sad how the bad haaa (Torn Urn# time, wiiloh anoooragsd me to try bar medicines. lAtdso.aadaowmydaaghtartaahleto be arosad the hoeae all ot the time, f he also ndea tea or 11 \*c* ■*“ »«hoiit aay troahls or laooi)venJcnos.and tthiah to a short Urns she wtll be restored to perfect health. Uses my daaghter he> bees doctoring, I have beard ol a gnat many cases that Mrs Maaebs • ter has oared. I thins If any per-ua dcaervss pat roaage, It la the eaa who Mas to preeerve the health of the do* aad «m*at.. u4 , ^ ^ .very slbrt wbUMlmlahm no.., u, lu.it he. pawewse. WlilLISlsm fee sen Kaioara, Asst (. KaiaaTd, Mr—fo*. K-«. sB^waiRr* 'JAB or TUB vBBATRST CURBS an BBCOR Mas. mioiaru-flM, Jfndom.-Thinbiog atatament of my ana* any b* af arrioo to other* itaUorly afflloted, I heal** to (Ire It to yoa. ThlatebrtaOy my aaaa-1 rraetakea rick sheet II month* ago with the Uaar Complaint la a rory bad fora. I applied to tonr dldhruat phyBotaa*, bat ra •elead ao banadt util 1 eallad oa yoa. At that time I Lad firen ap baolaaa, aad waa la a rery bad nata, bet after taking year aadiolaa far a abort time 1 be gan to reooTor, aad la two bob the I waa entirely well, aad had gained tareral poaada of ftaah, aad oaa Italy ay that by jroer Belli 1 aa a parfflaMy heal h; aa*. Joanna Dsn*. Joata* * Jiaaa* £>apot, Portland, We. A RAM ARB A SLR CURB OB A CASR OB DRO RT CURRD R T MRS. U ABC III STAR. Tbla I* to oertuy that 1 hare boaa eared ol the Dropry of gftaan yean etandlag by Mn Jfoach**. (or. 1 bar* baa Vo phyBoian* In Boatoa, Haw York aad Philadelphia. Thay all iold*m<> that thay aoali do nothing lor aa, nnlea thay tapped a*, aad ao •«r*d a* that by tappina I aoald hr* bat a abort time. I had aad* ap a,y o.ind t* g* boaa and Ur* aa long aai ooald with tlio disuse*.sad than die. Oa ay way home 1 atayad ore* eight la Portland with a friend of aiaa, and told them what ay Bind wu a regard to ay iftaaaaa Thay dully panned ad a* to go ltd aaa Hr*. Maaohaatar. (ha-— ud told ae ay aaa* exactly I yu ao aaah aatoalahad te think that ah* told a* correctly, that 1 told bar that I woaid taka bar modi. eiae*. not haring the laaattalth that thay woaid ao any good, or that 1 ahoeld gat the aligbttat rallaf from uy ooarao wbaterar; dully 1 took the medi oUa ud want boat*, b oa* weak from the tia* I aoamenaad taking the aadloiaa. 1 had arar three gaUoaa of water paa aa la araa boara; ud ay M low uKrara any b* aaaarad that It waa a grant rallaf to a*. I had not ban able la tia dowa la bad at eight before thla fbr two yaara. How I oaa lie der with perfect «aa*. I hare taken bar madiciar Bght month*. aad aa a wail aa uy aaa aoald» to ba, aad ao alga* of diropay. I weald adrfe. that ar* Bek to go and oonanlt Mn “ area If thay hare boaa giro* ap by ether pL Woiao«. I hare ant bar a nnabar of aaaaa af nth.. dtaoaaM, ud ah* haa aarad thaa aiaa. 0* aad for yonraalraa. I bad no faith, bat new ay fnJta enrol b* a baked In bar thill In mill., and oaring Ciknvna 8 Hannon, liun B. Hannon, _ „ Hear A. Hannon. danger, Warns, April Id. owviob Honan—Proa * a. m. mu a r. a. aeptIT In ft outs' edly Lyon s renodical Drops TH GREAT FEMALE EIMIDT. Pill*, Powder* A Quack Preparation*. Lyon's Periodical Drops Bars to do Ooodasd esnot do l»«; LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! The Great Female Kenedy LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! I ■ - " - " | LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARE SURE TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HARM. Ly ou*s Periodical Drops THE GREAT FEIALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops ASM BMTTBR TO AM ALL PILLS, POWDMMM AMD QUACK MMDICIMKM. Lyon’s Periodical Drops LION’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Great Fenale Kenedy. LION’S PERIODICAL DROPS ABB BBTTBB TBAI ALL Pill*. Powder* sad Qasek Preparation*. LXUJN o r£BIODICAL DROPS —IIP— 8L UX ro DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HARM Ly on’s Periodical Drops TBS QBBAT ICIIALK BKMBDT Ly on’s Periodical Drops Iri better thus all Pills. Powder*, Acd Quack Preparmtioaa. Lyon's Periodical Drops, Sure to do Good and oannot do Hern. J| Price, ei per Route. ^ For .ale by oil DrviKitat*. At wholeoalo by W. W ■''[ Phillip*. B B. U»j k Co., Portlond. unUradlr MAINE INSURANCE 00. 1 . Aacatta, Maine. TUB Mots* lumiH iunij'.RT Insure trutul I «““m*** rin nis# and * uruitar*. on torus as frrorabi* as It earn «£.d<??* *ol’,,t Coapoay. Folioiw for Oae, Throe, or Fir. ynor*. ^ J . J. L CUT LAB, Freoidoal. J.H WILLIAMS, Soor.Urr. ■ EDW.IKI) SIIAW-A«.iu So. 108 Kiddle Stroot. if Mil *Ad i W DiotoluUou of Coparincrahlp. coI5*rt*rruh'p h.r.tof.r. .Hating hrtwoca F^ ; Jii..'/t.d *“**’ **• ■otuAl aoneeat. hn.br All p- rsocs iiidohtsd to tkr sonoora will pV*sS S^tile‘tnm# latol*. and all haring d«m*a>'s sfatosl Mid arm will p!«*«s pr*«*at tkeas tor •«:t’euieut kj A If Smith will sjatiaoe lh* business at the aid stand, No. 171 Faro It-.u hsrstslsrr T. C. Lnwin, A. H. SMITH. Portland topt. 1. It#4 sopT.tlw PORTLAND DRY DdCKCOMPANY. AN assessment of Mght Dollar* per share on tb« Capital Stock or Ike Company Is bow dae and payable at tbs offioo of tbo Trcnsarar. 117 C* mmas* oial stroot. Co M. CATlil, Troasortf. ^ Jnly *>tb, WSA-dtf aIB

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