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V0L- L PORTLAND, ME., TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 18G2. Na la PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T. OILMAN, > JOSEPH B. HAT.T., ( !• published »t No. 82j F.XCHjffibE STREET, in FOX BLOCK, by * POSTER, OILMAN and HALL, Under the firm name of N. A. FOSTER A CO* Terms: The Portland Daily Press is published every morning, (Sundays excepted), at $5,00 per year in ad vance. Rates of Advertising: Transient Advertisements, $1.00 per square, for three insertions or less; exceeding three, and not more than one week, $1.26 per square; 75 cents per week after. One square every other day one week, $1.00; 60 cents per week after. Exhibitions, Ac., under bead of Amusements, $2.00 per square per week. Special Notices, $1.60 per square for first week, $1.00 per week after. Business Notices, in reading columns, 12 cents per liue for one insertion. No charge less than fifty cents. Legal Notices at usual rates. Advertisements inserted in the Maine 8tate Press (which has a large circulation in every part of the State) for 38 cents per square in addition to the above rates for each insertion. Transient advertisements must be paid for in ad vance. All communications intended for the paper should be directed to the •*Editors of the Prr$s," and those of a business character to the Publisher. HT*The Portland Daily and Maine State Press office, in Fox Block, No. 82) Exchange Street, is open at all hours during the day and eve ning, from 7 o’clock in the morning to 9 in tho evening. J3F Jos Printing of every description executed with dispatch; and all business pertaining to the of fice or paper promptly transacted on application as above. COMMUNICATIONS. [From our Regular Correspondent ] tetter* ft*a the Backwoods of Maine. Jfo. 3—ftym Kin to to'Katmhilin. Dear Press:—The night spent at Cary Farm prepared us for our first real work In the woods. The canoes had to be pitched, on the whole, about as much as Noah’s ark before they were ready for the stowage of the load. Now came the difficulty. Who should carry the pork, who the preserved meats, and who the hardbread, Ac. ? It was indeed a hard thing to suit everybody, and especially as each guide was determined to carry as little as pos sible in order to have his canoe paddle easily. But soon, like the Homeric horses, they became more magnanimous, each one insisting on tak ing a large share of the load. And having sat isfactorily disposed of the cargoes, we started on our tour, and - began camp life in earnest. Only one of our party had never been in camp before, and we considered ourselves really old hands in the business. It seemed very much like old times, as we floated down the slow wa ters of the west branch of the Penobscot. Around us on every hand is 4'Th« forest primeval,” and a very excellent place, no doubt, It would be for a bit of moralizing on some subject or other; but not contemplating the infliction of any such bore, I would merely say that as this is the primeval forest, we bad better be on the lookout for moose. Near the muddy bank is a track made by a moose, and, although it is not a very recent one, suggests that the rifles had better be in good order and capped. The latter precaution is very necessary, as the gun must be ready at a moment's notice, and it is very provoking to have to cap a tube the sec ond time. Tile percussion cap must percuss, or the owner will, (if we regard “per” as in tensive). I remember how enraged a guide once was, as we came down a branch of the River St- John, and he was angry on this very account- The birch was rapidly passing over some swift water, when we saw a large beaver on the bank, sitting as demurely as you please. The canoe was going fast, the gun was not capped, and a minute or more elapsed before the guide was ready to Are. Just as he fired, the beaver made a singularly graceful bow, and had time to dive before the ball left the gun. In fact, these little precautions must be taken, or the game will invariably be lost The banks of this portion of the River Penobscot are very beautiful, having a clean, fresh look, which is not so noticeable on the cast branch of the riv er. The land is of an excellent quality, and produces a rich variety of dainty plants. I call them “dainty,” because they choose, for the most part, only the richer soils, just as some other plants like sons.;, for instance, or plan tain will grow iu tlie most wretched places on tlje poorer kinds of land. But the fastidious plants are the Squirrel Corn, Spring Beauty, and many others possessing equal delicacy of structure. The novice is much surprised to find that the forests of Maine are not so grand or awe-inspiring as some of our poets have 1 sung. The whole State has been ransacked for timber, and there is hardly a square mile on which the lumberman, has not gone, exploring, and as a natural result much of the great first growth lias long been cut and sent down river and over the world. The trees which remain are of smaller size, and though they give a good idea of the wildest woods, they cannot be called “towering pines” or “nuyestic pines" or any of that poetical trash. In the distance we can now hear the sound of rushing water, and we are approaching the Penobscot “horse-race.” Such quaint names have the lumbermen bestowed on these rapids and on many others, for instance one part of Grand Falls ou the Penobscot, east branch, is called “the Hulling Machine” because many logs which are whirled over into the flume are stripped of their bark as nicely as corn can la shelled from the ear The falls before us are only short ones and our guides are going to “run them.” As we near the rapids it is easy to see among the white foam just ahead where the chief current sets and now we are fairly in it Each moment the speed increases and we are now flying along ou the foam. Here be fore us, only a rod, is a rock scarcely hidden by the water; a single stroke of the paddle semis the canoe into the swiftest current and gives us only a second to turn the birch as much the other w-ay to avoid a greater danger. Directly in front is a smooth circle like a great watch-glass with the convex side up. The boatman knows this is the covering of a rock and must be, by all means avoided. We pass so close to the edge of this circle that we can touch it, and yet are quite safe. The rule seems to tie “follow the line oj tncifteet foam. I know of no work of a few moments so excit ing as the passage over rapids. There is no exemption from danger even with the great est care and skill. The paddle may break, the pole may slip, a flaw of wind may turn the bow of the birch round the wrong way and ic an instant tht^ioat is swamped, everything, in cluding yourself, is pitched into the swift wa ter. The risk enhances the pleasure; and what is strange, familiarity with the danger docs not cause the excitement to be any the less. It seems to be a strange exception to the rule of risk. Now you and I have seen how boys manage before “the Fourth.” If a cracker is to be fired, the extreme end of the little slow match must be lit, the cracker thrown down and the boys must, for safety, stand round the corner till it explodes. On the evening of the Fourth, you will see the same boys, if they have any crackers left,firing them off in their teeth! But witli this sailing it is not so; there is in the last descent, just as much alertness as in the first and easier ones, just as much pleasure and even to a bystander few sights can be more fascinating than the rapid shooting of a birch canoe over white falls. There is such an apparent hardihood in the attempt; such a trifling with life in the frail boat, such a swiftness of passage the look er on watches with the keenest interest the whole proeeedure. IIow much more eagerly then, does he eiyoy it, who is permitted not merely to sec the pleasurable risk but to share it. It Is calk'd twenty miles from the Carey farm to the Chesuncook, the most Iieautifui lake on the Penobscot Kiver. It is a long and narrow sheet of water and seems in its length to he a broad river rather than a narrow lake. This lake is well known to the readers of the “Atlantic,” from the charming communications entitled Chesuncook,'and I can truly say that those papers, instead of exaggerating the lieauty of the lake, have not given an ade quate idea of the scenery or the general effect. Far be it from me to imagine that this pen can tell what Thoreau left untold! Only let me say that the lake, whether you view it from ncighlHiring mountains as a silver band among the pines aud the fir trees, or from its head and look down its uncurved length till the two banks in the distant perspective become as one, however you may gaze on it, is ever a most charming sight. Along its banks live a few families, in com fortable houses; the inen lieing chiefly small farmers who sell more or less produce to the lumbermen in the winter. Passing by these houses, allow me to say that we now decide to take the longest way to Katahdin, and this take us away from Chesuncook to a lake twen ty miles northeast. Most of the Katahdin vis itors And the journey to the great mountain from the foot of Chesuncook to be a pleasant one; but it is sincerely hoped that those who can sjicnd the time will consume a few more days on this longer and more diversified Turning now from the Jake to the little riv er which comes in near the head, let us paddle our canoes up-stream for a short distanee.— We se<*im mediately a difference between forc ing a birch up stream and permitting it to go down of itself. This river is called “the stream of grassy banks,” or Utnbazooksus, by the In dians, on account of the broad meadows on both sides of the water. On these wide expanses of marsh-grass, the moose used to be found in great plenty, but they are now scarcely ever seen on the river. Still it is lietter to have the gun in readiness, and hardly had we taken this precaution before we rounded a short turn in the stream and saw, far up river, a moose feeding. It seemed scarcely to move, but it is not wise to place any reliance upon the slow movements of this animal, for he may unexpectedly take a sudden start, and leave us none the better lor the sight. Then-fore every breath is slowly and silently drawn, ami as the canoe moves along in perfect stillness < tlie guide does not dare to remove the paddle from the water, lest the falling of the drops might startle the moose, but he turns the pad dle under water, and still brings to bear as much pressure as ls-fore. Fortunately the wind is dead against us, and the moose doesn't yet take the alarm; therefore there is all the more need of caution as we draw near the an imal, and our approach is in perfect silence. G. Synopkih or the Mexican Theaty.—The following is a synopsis of the Mexican treaty now before the Senate: “The United States stipulates to loan Mexi co $11,000,000 for the term of five years. For tills loan, the Mexican government'is to pledge the entire public domain, and w hat remains of the church property, estimated nt $100,000,000 in value. The United States government is to issue its bonds for the amount of $11,000,000, payable In twenty years, and bearing six per cent, interest. Mexico is to receive $2,000,000 of the amount loaned in fifteen days from the final ratification of the treaty; the balance to be piaid in instalments of $600,000 pier month, running eighteen months. The Mexican gov ernment is to turn over its bonds to the gov ernment of the United Slates, for the amount of $11,000,000, bearing six pier cent interest, and piayable in live years. To carry into effect this treaty, a mixed com mission is to tie apfxiinted by the governments of the United States and Mexico. Three com missioners an- Pi lie appHiinted, one on the part of Mexico and two on the piart of the United States. The commissioners thus appointed are to sell the piublic domain and the church property sufficient Pi liquidate the loan, and pass the proceeds over Pi an agent to lie ap poiup-d by the United States government, rile agent n|>pointed by the United States gov ernment to receive the funds as realised, shall reside in Mexico. There is a convention an nexed to the treaty in which the Tehuantepec project is revived, but which contemplates no new commercial advantages." dmros Burning by the Rebels.—The New York Commercial speaks as follows of the insane conduct of the rets'Is in burning their cotton as a means to induce England and France to raise the blockade of the cotton ports: But assuming the worst—nav. granting that every pound of cotton in “Dixie” lias van ished, or will vanish into smoke, it is only the rebellion preying on its own vitals. It ' may strike mankind mute w ith a moment's aston ishment ; but in the end the effect of this folly will only recoil upon the authors of it. The civilized world will not containa spot in which the actors of a tragedy so atrocious call safely hide themselves. Marshal Haynau in London will Is- regarded as a popular idol compart'd w ith Davis or Beauregard, should either, es caping from their deserts here, tlnd his way to the old world. In spite of law and order, his life would not be worth a day’s purchase, should English or French operatives hap|ien to set their eyes upon the Thug. The human race will not have language strong enough to express the ubhorence with which such scourg es will be regarded in every enlightened conn try, and in all ages to come. Pitot li of it.—The Bridgton Reporter man has got a new hat. and boasts of Its Is'ing atlrst rate one. lie had worn his old one so long, that when lie appeared “topped out” with a new tile, his most intimate friends failed to recognize him. INSURANCE. BATH MUTUAL Marine Insurance Company. OFFICE UNDER THF. SAOAPAIIOCK HOUSE, FRONT STREET. THE rrmidrntaiid Dirreton ef the Beth Mutual Marine In.urance Company give notice that tlicir Capital Stock amounts to #800,000 ; And that thev are prepared to make insurance on the mutual principle, agaiust marine risks, not exceeding $10,000 in any One Risk. directors: John Patten, Win. Drummond, G. E. R. Patten, Oliver Moses, 8am'1 I. Robinson, E. K. Harding, M. K. Gannett, Arthur Sewal), J. P. Morse, J. H. McLellan, Lewis Blackmer, David Patten, Jas. F. Patten, 8. A. Houghton, J. C. Jameson. E. K. HARDING, President, E. C. HYDE, Secretary. Bath, July 3,1862. d6m FIRE INSURAE CE. WARREN SPARROW, Odce T4 Middle, ear. of Exekaage St., PORTLAND, ME., Agent of the following Frht Class Insurance Co's: National Insurance Company, Of Boston. - - Cash Capital and 8urplus, 9500,000. Republic Fire Insurance Company, Of New Y'ork. - - Cash Capital and Surplus, 9312,000. Relief Fire Insurance Company. Of New York. - -Cash Capital and Surplus, 9250.000. Equitable Fire and Marine Ins. Co., Of Providence. Perfect SEcrRrrv, which ought always to be the first consideration in effecting insurance,'is here of fered to the public, at the lowest rates of premium adopted by sound and responsible contpauies. Office in “Boyd’s Building,'' opposite Post Office. June 23. dAwtf PORTLAND Mutual Fire Insurance Company. THIS Company continue to insure property on terms as favorable as those of any reliable com panv. All policies upon which six premiums have been paid, are renewed annually free of premium to the policy holder. Those deviling insurance will do well to call and ascertain the terms before insuring elsewhere. Oflce 102 Middle Street. CHARLES HOLDEN, Resident. Edward Shaw, Secretary. June 23. eod3m Crockery Ware, China, -AND GLASS WARE, AT LOW PRICES. PLATED WARE, Castors, Spoons, Forks, Card and Cake Baskets, Table Cutlery, IVORY, HORN, EBONY AND COCOA HANDLED KNIVES. KEROSENE OIL AND FLUID. *4 UNION STREET, . _ 8. B. WAITE. jc28—flweod clothing! GARDINER A BROWN, would *mv to their friend* and the public that they have purchased of Messrs. CHAD BOURNE k KEN DALL, their Stock of Ready-Made nothing, Also, their entire interest in Manufacturing and Cus tom Department. Having secured the service* of Mr. J. E. FOLEY, late Foreman and Cutter for Me**rs C. k K., they hope to merit a fair share of the patronage bestowed upon their predecessors. 62 Middle St,, •ppoaite Past Oflire. June 23, 1862. 4wdaw B. M. D. LABBABEE & COn Manufacturers, Importers, and Wholesale and Re tail Dealers in Picture Frames, Engravings, ARTISTS' MATERIALS, Ac. Manufacturers of ORNAMENTAL GILT FRAMES. For Oil Tainting* and Looking Glasses. CONSTANTLY ON HAND, Tier and Oval Frame*, with French Mirrors; Gilt, Ebony and Imitation Rosewood Frames, !»oth Oval and Square, for Engravings and Thotographs, at low prices and warranted satisfactory. JUST RECEIVED, A very choice collection of Fine Engravings and Lithographs, which we shall be happy to show to any who may call. Our Assortment of Artists’ Materials Is very extensive, being of the best manufacture, such a« Winsor & Newton’s Oil and Water Colors, Brushes, Drawing Caj*ers, Tenclls. Crayons, Oils and Varnishes, Mathematical Instruments. 4r. Our st«»ck embrace* all articles in this line, and is the largest and best selected in the .State, and we of fer the best inducements to dealers and nhotograpers, both as to quality of good* and as to prices. PARTIES WISHING TO PURCHASE Will be cheerfully furnished with our Catalogue, w hich contain* a complete list. A large assortment of Oval, Gilt, Walnut, Ebony and ROSEWOOD MOULDINGS, Constantly on hand. B. J. D. LABBABEE & GO., No. 69 Exchange Street. June 23. 1862. tf Wanted to Purchase. A MASTER'S Interest in a Yiml. lio«t of Ref erence* piven. Addrom PORTLAND POST OFFICE, June 24. 1862. *d4w BOX 672. COXURESS STREET SEMINARY, FOR YOUNG LADIKS AND MISSES. ! Miu E. L. Whittier, - - Principal. THE AUTUMN SESSION will commence Sept. 8th, and Continue 15 wtt'ks. Trior to July 21st, full iufonnation can be obtained of the Triucipal, 349 Congress Street. Hours from 8 to 1 o’clock, except Saturdays. After that time ap plication mav be made at 40 State Street. Tortland, .Dine 23. 1802. 2awl0w To Lumber Dealers, Builders, and others. *■*■!■< BlIWJIMBIini KIIVIIUIIVV in*-* MB* r X established a LUMBER PLANING MILL, Near the foot of Union Street, where they hope to bo able to give all the accommodation aiid dispatch which the nature of the busiueu will admit. Turning, Sweep and Circular Sawing, fcc., attended to as heretofore. OFFICE e UNION STREET. WINSLOW k DOTES. Portland June 23, 18*12. 3tw4wl X CAKD. The Crystal & Masonic Journal. milK publication of this paper will be resumed in X July and be issued regularly on the 1st and 15th ot each'month. Subscriptions and communications in the U. States must be sent to THE UKYSTAL. PORTLAND, ME., Those in Canada to WATERY ILLK, C. E. The first number will contain a full report of "The Centennial Celebration." Those desiring extra copies of that number please address as above. CYRIL PEARL, Editor. OFFICE PORTLAND ADVERTISER d&w*2w BUSINESS CARDS. TUCKER dfc WEBSTER, 100 Middle, corner of Temple Street, Fashionable Clothiers, AVD DEALERS IV GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS, Of the Most Desirable Pattern. Portland, June 23.1862. tcislm h; avso isr, SION AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER, No. 31 Exchange Street, Portland, Me. C W Orders solicited. Je39—3m L. S. CROSS, 141 Middle Street,,* - Part lead. Me. Watch-Maker, N. B.—All work being promptly and person ally attended to, is warranted to give thorough satis faction. Jc23tf C. D. BROWN, Successor to Manning & Brown, Commission merchant, AVD W'HOLBSALE DEALER IV FLOUR, PRODUCE, PROVISIONS AND GRAIN, UNION ST., Partlaad. Portland, June 23. 1862. dtf DOLE A MOODY, GENERAL Commission merchants, AVD WHOLESALE DEALERS IV FLOUB, COBH AND PBODUOE, No. 6 Galt Block Commercial Street, PORTLAND, Mb. <»»»««' T. DOLX. rRXNKLlS C MOODY. June 23. eodtf OLIVER S. BEALE, SIGN AND FANCY PAINTER, K*. lO EXCHANGE STREET, ronTI.J»»T>. MB. Sign, of every description executed to order. June 23. daw2w T. R. BURNHAM, Photographic .Artist, 90 MIDDLE SRREET, PORTLAND. THIS is the only Room where either of the Barn ham* are interested in the City, J. U. I*. Burn ham having sold bis Koom and gone to New York, 896 Broadway. REMEMBER THE NUMBER. SIGN OF THE BIG FLAG. 90 MIDDLE STREET, T. R. BURNHAM June 23. dim JOHN LYNCH A CO* "Wholesale Grocers, - AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, GRANITE STOKES,.... COMMERCIAL STREET, (Opposite head of Widgery’s Wharf,) Parllawl. Me* JOHS LTHCH. PELEO BARKER, THO§. LTJM'H. j«*23dtf WILLIAM CAPEN, SIGN PAINTER, Half Way Datfa Wlllaw Street* June 23. d3m BREED 4k Tl'KEV, — wroRTKiift-or — Lasting!, Sergei, Elastic Gnssettings, AND FINDINGS, MANUFACTURERS of BOOTS A SHOES, ALSO, KID AXD GOAT STOCK, 50 Union, four doors from Middle Street, c. h. breed. PORTLAND, ME. j.o tuiiy. _ je30—3md A w JOHN B. BROWN 4k SONS, Sugar -Refinery, YORK STREET, PORTLAND, ME. ALBERT WEBB 4k COn - bKALKKM IS - Corn, Flour and Grain, HEAD OF MERRILL’S WHARF, Street. - - FntlaaS. Mr. Je23tf W JI. H. II. HATCH, 141 MM4I« Slnrl, » - PanlaaS, Me. ^Manufacturing Jeweler, AND SILVERSMITH. Also, Dealer in Watches, Jewelry and Silver Ware. Portland. June 23. 1*52. tf Marble Work. J. R. THOMPSON, 1» prepared to receive orders for Marble, Free Stone, Soap Stone, Marble Chimney Pieces, Monumental Work and < irindstoues. Cwraer af Pearl mmd Federal St*. je23tf PORTLAND, ME. CHANGE OF SEASON ! WM. C. BECKETT, Merchant Tailor, 13T, MIDDLE ST., Has prepared himself hr selections from the New Styles of Goods recently imported in New York aud Boston, to meet the requirements of his customers and the public as to FASHIONABLE CLOTHING FOR TIIE SPRING AND SUMMER SEASONS ! In his new stock are comprised Fancy Cloth* for Spring Overcoats and Busine** Suits, Rich Black and FANCY BROADCLOTHS For Dress and Frock Coats, embracing the nicer qualities of French and German, as well a* the cheap er substantia! fabrics. Elegant Black aud Colored, Plain and Fancy DOESKINS! Of a great variety of patterns. VESTINGS of all the varieties that the market affords—Silk, Satin, Lin en. and Cotton— many rare aud unique styles. Also an assortment of the nicer qualities of GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, To all of which attention is especially invited. %*Coat and vest makers wanted. Portland, June 23. 18fi2. dtf money Lost. LOST, a SUM OF MONET. The finder will he suitably rewarded by leaving the tame at thia Office DRUGS & MEDICINES. hThThayT l 1 JUNCTION OF FREE & MIDDLE ST8., -DKALKR IK Fine Chemicals, Pure Drugs, GENUINE MEDICINES, ENGLISH, FRENCH INI AMERICAN PERFUMERY, an5 fancy GOODS, * APOTHECARIES* GLASS WARE, FOREIGN LEECHES, SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, TRUSSES, SUPPORTERS, BRACES, ELASTIC STOCKINGS, Ac., -ALSO — VARNISHES, PAINTS, OILS, .A.nd Dye-Stuffs, KEROSENE OIL, LARD OIL, And all other articles usually kept in a Drug and Paiut Establishment. £F“ State Agent for DAVIS k KIDD'S MAG* NETO-ELECTRIC MACHINES. j«23-lradaw 1STew Drug Store! crosmaFa poor, Have taken store. Sm. 7ft Middle Street, (Fox block,) and respectfully invite public at teutiou to their large and well selected stock of Drugs, Chemicals, Fancy Goods, Ac., And solicit a share of public patronage, trusting that by furnishing thejiurest chemicals and best stock of drugs the market afford*, and a careful attention in the dispensary department, to merit tin? confidence of the public. CHAN. F. CKOSMAN. jc34tf THUS. U. POOR. -rRKPARKD BY L. H. TITCOMB, APOTHECARY, 373 CoBfreM Street, - - Portland, Me. CUBES.I dyspepsia, CORRECTS.Indigestion and Flatulency. PREVENTS-Liver Complaints k Bilious Fever*, RELIEVES.Constipation and Headache, STRENGTHENS the Nervous System. July 1. 1*3. Ira FOR THE PREVENTION AND Cl’RK OF Consumption, Asthma. Chronic Bronchitis, Nervous Prostration, General Debility, Dvspepeia. ScroAt la. Marasmus. I,o*s of Appetite. Neuralgia, Female Complaints, and all Disorders of the Nervous and Blood Systems. This remedy has obtained a great reputation for most Extraordinary C ures in all Stages of Cokrumftion. It is recommended by manv thous and Phrsiciaus in the United States and Europe— having Wen used with results unparailclled in theau uals of medicine. The Hup4>phnnpkit?9 have a two-fold and specific action: on the one hand increasing the principle which Constitute* Nbrvou* Energy, and on the oilier, being the Most Powerful Blood Gkxerat ing Agent* Known. Iii cases of Nervous Debility or Postration of the Vital powers, from any cause, the Remedy has no superior. '* WINCHESTERS GENUINE PREPARATION.” Is th«» only reliable form of IlYPoPMoaPHtTE*. made after the Original Formula of Dr. Churchill. KJT“In* j ql’IRK FOR AND l PE NO OTHER! A FAIR TRIAL IS A CERTAIN CURE ! ryPRICES—In seven ounce bottle*, fl—Six Bottle* for 95. In sixteen ounce Bottle*. 92—Three for 95. Circular* gratis. Sold bv all respectable Druggists, and at the Sole General lkpot in the Uni ted States, by J. WINCHESTER, 38 John Street, N. Y. A SPECIFIC REMEDY FOR Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weakness, and tieneral Irritability in either tk*x. This malady, the terrible eon sequences of which are too well known to require more than a ban* allusion 1 to them, is one of the most insidious, and therefore dangerous, of all the long catalogue of human ills. It saps the very springs of Life, rapidly undermine* the constitution, and sinks the uuliappy victim into imbecility and a premature grave! From one to three boxes of the Specific Fill are sufficient to effect a per manent euro iu the most aggravated cases, whether constitutional, or arising from Abuse or Excesses. MEDICAL TESTIMONY. " Wc believe it to lie, in the treatment of Sperma torrhoea as near a Spkcipic as auv medicinecau Ik*.” —R Keith, M. D.—-fracricaw Journal of Medical | Science. '• I have found them all that rould be desired. Their , effect has been truly sremtlerful. I used them in a i case of Spermatorrhoea of loug standing w Inch has ' been under treatment for years. 1 think three boxes will complete the cure.”—E. F. Dicker, M. D. lyThis is uot a Homeopathic remedy, nor is there any mercury or other deleterious ingredient combin ed with it. Frick—91 per box. Six l»oxes for S5, bv Mail pre paid. For sale by all respectable Druggists, and at the Sole tieneral Depot in the Uuited States, by J. WINCHESTER, 36 Johs St., N. Y, Sold at wholesale by W. F. FHILLIFS, junc23d&w4w Foutlaxt>. Mr. loiit e oi t orenosurf. ■fcXOTICE is hereby given, that the subscriber. Sam i.v uel 8. Webster, ol' Portland. In the f 'ounty of Cumberland aud State of Maine, claims by mortgage a certain tract of land situated in Falmouth, in said County, bounded, beginning at tin* most southwest erly comer of land now or formerly of Kovai Leigh ton, thence easterly aud northerly by the same to laud of John W. Freeman, thence easterly bv the same to laud of Jeremiah llall, thence southerly and wester ly by the same to land owned by Jeremiah Hobbs, thence northerly and westerly by the same and land of Philip (iBiimion to the countv road, thence north erly by said road to the first hounds; containing sev enteen acres more or less, subject to the right or Jer emiah Hobbs or his asaigus to |>ass aud repassthrough said premises. Said real estate haviug beeu conveyed in mortgage to Samuel 8. Webster and Micali Samp son bv Dependence II. Furbish, by his deed of Au gust 22, 1866, n“corded iii the Registry of Deeds for Cumberland County, in book 2K3, page®?; which mortgage was duly assigned bv said Mlcah Sampson to Samuel 8. Wewter, June 86, 18t!2, as will appear by the assignment thereof recorded in said Registry, to all of w hich records reference is to be had for a more particular description. The condition of said deed of mortgage is broken, and the subscriber, as signee of said mortgage, by reason thereof do claim a foreclosure of said mortgage, and do hereby notify all jairties interested of in> claim to foreclose said mortgage, ou account of the breach of the couditious thereof. Dated at Portlaud this first dav of July. A. D. 1862. jutt—w3w* SAM’L S. WLlisTLK. HOTELS. Summer Retreat, SOUTH SIDE OF PEAK’S ISLAND, HENRY M. BRACKETT, - - Proprietor. OPEN for Genteel Boarder*—three mile, from Portland—within thirty rod. of the Ocean—with good opportunities for It.hing, sea-bathing and water excuraion.. A Steam 1_ler run. from Portland daily. Kxperieaeed boatmen in attcudanc. je‘Jfi*«w PREBLE HOUSE, - - PORTLAND, Me! SitMicd ('MgreBB* c«rarr «f Preble Street* THIS I* the largeftt Hotel in the State, prm .eraing ail the mndern improvement., and i l Brat claaa in every appointment. TERMS MODERATE, FOR BOARD BY WEEK OR DAY. t'HAS. H« ADAMS, Proprietor. je23--8m SAOADAHOCK HOUSE, Alfred Carr, * - Proprietor, BATH, MAINE. THE CRy of Rath ia one of the healthieat localitiea on the court of Maim—dellghtfhl ,■ ly aitnated on the Krnneboc, twelve milaa _jjB from the sea. and afford, one of the moat up retreat. from the duat and turmoil of oar large citin.. The Sauadarock ia one of the Bnert. most spa dona, and bort appointed Hotels in the State, located within three minutes walk of the Depot, Steamboat Landing. Poet Office, Custom House, He., being di rectly in the bu.inem centre of the City. Teraaa M■derate by I be Week *r Daay. Bath, June 23. 1888. dtf AMERICAN HOUSE, Boston, Mars., A T8 the largest and best arranged Hotel in LI OKA I Hw‘ New England States; is centrally loca JJsnd easy of access from all the rohtet of |iMMi|ti>trl 11 co,,tain* the modern ivnprove Uwflmwit«. and every convenience for the com fort and accommodation of the travelling public. The sleeping rooms arc large and well ventilated; the suits of rooms are well arranged, and completelv ftirni.-hed for families and large travelling parties, and the house will continue to be kept as a first class Hotel in every respect. _ LEWIS RICE, Proprietor. Boston, January, 1862. dfinis CENTRAL HOUSE, E. G. Mayo, .... Proprietor. PAS8ADUMKEAG, MAINE. UiTHE subscriber would very respectfully an nounce to his numerous'friends, and the public generally, that during the temporary __(compulsory suspension of his business he furnished this well-known house anew, and is now better than ever prepared to wait upon his cus tomers. and hopes by strict attention to their wants to merit a continuance of the patronage which he has hitherto received. E. G. MAYO, l'assadumkeag. June 23.1862. dA wtf nBATH HOTEL, By C. M. PLUMMER. 386, Washington 8t., Bath. •#"Terms 91 per day. Stable connected with house. Bath, June 23. 1862. dtf XUK1UU EAliAU HU USE, No. 7 MII.K STREET. - . . PORTLAND, ME. JOHW ROBINSON, Proprietor. Every Delicacy of Ike Season Served up at all hours. TURTLE SOUP, TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. BROOK TROUT mm* oil hlaAu of CAME Served to order. PINE APPLE LEMONADE, STRAWBERRY LEMONADE. 3T Frogs Served to Order. -Mi Mnla to Regclar Boarders r! Reduced Rato. Open every Sunday from 8 to 1, und from 1 toS o'clock. jeSSedtf SAMVEL ADLAM, Jr., -DRALRB IS Parlor, Obamlder tPiPLAINC®®?. FURNITURE, Importer and Dealer in China, Crockery & Class Ware, Irilulii Tare, Table fitlerj, id flated Tare, And a General Assortment of HOUSE-KEEPING GOODS. THE attention of purchasers is invited to the large slid desirable stork of House-keeping Goods now in store, as above, comprising as it does nearly everv article usually needed in the Furniture and Urockerv Departments. Being one of the largest stocks iu the .State, purchasers can tind almost any variety of rich, medium snd low-priced goods, suited to their differ ent wants. Those commencing housekeeping can obtain a com plete outfit at this establishment, without the trouble and loss of time usually attending a selection of this kind; and the subscriber is couttdent that, combining as lie does the various branches of house-furuialiing business, he cun offer goods at prices that will not fidl of proving satisfactory on examination. 138 and 140 Kiddle Street, Portland. Jane 23. 1*B. dtf For Sale. “ ^ THE Three Story Brick DWELLING HOUSE. No. 8 Gray Street. It is in food repair, and contain* ten finished room*. If not sold before the lrtth of August next, it will be *o!d on that day. at 11 o'clock, A. X., at Auction, without reserve. Term* verr easy. For information apply to JOHN RANDALL, on the premises, or at the store of RANDALL k WOODBURY, on Commer rial Street, head Central Wharf. Jane 21. 1862. dtf A. W. BANFIELD, (Successor to r. J. Forristall and Mills k Forristall, IMPORTER AND DIALER IK ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN. FANCY GOODS, Fooket and Table Cutlery, YANKEE NOTIONS, CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY, STATIONERY, TOTS. Ac., 28 and 30 Federal and 106 Congress Streets, ADDIKOK W. BANFIELD. Bo«ton. F. J. Forristall can be found at the above place. June 23. wly TO AZIMS ! SIXTEENTH REGMIENT. 15 Recruits Wanted Immediately. To All up a company from CUMBERLAND COUNTY, To serve three yean, unless sooner discharged. Better inducement* are offered than ever before. •100 BOUNTY AT THE END OF THE WAR, And 160 ACRES OF LAND, Together with f2.00 Bonus, and a month's Advance Fay authorised by Congress. Recruiting Office at Rifle Corps Armory, OLD CITY HALL, PORTLAND. tri’iy and Ration* commence on the day of en listment. JOHN M MAR8TOX, CllAS. L. McALLJSTEK, JoSitf Recruiting Officers. _RAILROADS. KENNEBEC AND PORTLAND R. R. HUM MUX A RRA NORM BITT. Commenced April 14/A. 1863. RBB Fuasenger train, will leave daily, (Sun iS^SR^ap excepted) as follows: Ausu.ia lor Rath, Portland and Boston, at 11 16 A M connecting at Brunswick with the Androscoggin Railroad for Lewiston, Livermore Falls, Wilton and farainftoB. leave Portland for Rath and Augusta at 1.00 T. U . connecting at Brunswick with the Androscoggin trains lor stanous on tliat road; and at Augusta with the Somerset h Kennebec Kailroad tor Ws'erville, Kendall's Hills and Skowbegan, and at Kendall's Mills with the Penobscot k Kennebec Ri«d for Pttts Ueld, Newport and Bangor; arriving same night. Monday Morning and Saturday Arming Train,. On Monday trains leave Augusta at 6.30 A. M., and o*?eh/,u80 A' ftM' Fort land, connecting witLthe 8.66 A. M train for Lowell and Boston. * Leave Portland on Saturdays, at 8.16 P. M , on ar rival of train from Boston, for Bath a—1 Augusta. STAOB COUU ECTIOKO. Stage, leave Bath daily (Sunday, excepted) at U0 ’ ■ *„•,»<> arrival of train from Portland and Boston, for Wtaenmrt, Damarimotta, Wsldoboro', Rockland and rtiomuton. ..St?*** leuve Augusta dally (Sundays excepted), for Belfast, on arrival of train from i'ortland and Boa ton. Tickets sold in Boston for all the stations on the Kennebec k Portland, Androscoggin, and Somerset k Kennebec Roads. Freight trains run daily between Augusts and Pert l»od. B. M. Cl'SHMAN, t. ,. Manager and Superintendent. oBlgnats. April, 1883. June23dtf - AjfDROWOGCIN RAILROAD. « »»« iiunnin. ^■■3 On and alter Tm*t>AT, May 6. MO. ^■^^■itraim will leave Portland for Lewiaton aim taimiugtnn via Branawtck, at 1 P. M. Leave Farmington tor Lewiaton, Bath and Port land, via Brunswick, at 9.16 A. M. Leave Lewiaton tor Bath and Portland via Bruna wiekat 11.46 A. M. Frcight train* daily between Portland and L*wk ton. «t*8« coaaccmoaa. Stage leave* Strickland’. Ferry Tuenday*. Thara day* and Saturday*, tor Livermore, Canton, Para and Dtxfleld; returning oppoaite day*. Stage leave* North Jay tor Kaat DixSeld, Dixleld, and Weld, on Taeadaya, Thareday* and Saturday*; returning oppoaite day*. Stage leave* Farmington .or New Vinevard, New Portland and KingSeld. on Wedn**dav> and Satur day ». returning on Monday* and Friday*. Stage* leave Farmington daily, tor Strong, Avon aad Phillip*. Pamengrr* tor thin mate will take the car* at the Portland, Saco A Portamooth. or Kennebec A Port land 1 input*, in Portland. S. W. EATON. Sap’L Farmiugton May 6, IMS june®dtf International Steamship Company. EASTPORT, CALAIS AND ST. JOHN. TWO TRIPS PER WEEK. On and after April St. the Steam er. "NEW BRUNSWICK" aad "FOREST CITY" will, until (hr ___ t her notice, leave P. 8. k 1\ R. R. irl, knit of Mate Street, a. follow.: Steamer "New Brunawick," Capt. E. B. WtxcHxa T*«. will leave for East roar and ST. Jobs everr MONDAY, at 6 o'clock. P. M. 7 Returning will leuve ST. Jobs every THUR8DAT MOKNINti, at 8 o'clock, for Eaotvort 1’ortlahd and Bortov Steamer "Forevt City," Capt. E. Field, will leava Ibr Kaattort and ST. Joan every THURSDAY at 6 o'clock P. M. Through ticket, ore Mid by thb Hoe eonarctlag at Eartfobt with stage eoache. for Machiar, and with Steamer Oueen for Robbinaton, Calair, St. Strfhrrr, and St. Asdhewr, ami at Hie latter place over Railway for Caxtkrbi'ry ; from thence per .tag* roacheo for Woo do took aad Hor ltd*. which ia the cheapeat and moat expedition, wav of reaching the Arooatook Cpuutv. We alwi ticket through per Steamer, and Railway, for WtxDRoa, Halifax. Dinar, Fiikdekictoe. StrasEX, Moxrrox, Sbxdiac. Prjxi k Edward Irlaxd, Pictoc, North Sbobe of New Beceb wicE, Miribk hi. and Bat db Cbalfob. C. C. EATON. JnneR dawtf an THROUGH TICKETS To CHtrAOO. ClBCIBBATl, f’LBTBLAED. DETROIT, Toledo, St. Pacl, La Caoaax, St. Loom, New Ohleabs, or any part of the WEST. SOUTH OR NORTH WEST, bt thb ERIE RAILWAY. Via Bpffalo, Dossier, and Niagara Falls. Thi. road I. broad goagb and b provided with New and Splendid Sleeping Car*. tV'Ticket. Mid in Portland at loweat Boatoa ratea by W. D. LITTLE. Aumet, OJfoe 31 Exchange Street. VW~ Yon can aave money by Mcnring tiekota at this »dawtf steamboats._ Portland aad Stew York St«unen. m The splendid and fast Steamship ^^cS^<lCHESAl,EAKE," Captain Sidssy ^^^^^('RowitLL. will until farther notice run nHMHSla* follows: Leave Browns Wharf, Portland, evenr WEDNES DAY, at 4 P. M.. and leave Pier 9 North River, New York, every SATURDAY, at 8 o'clock, FTM This vessel is fitted up with flue accommodations far passengers, making this the most speedy, sale and comfortable route for travellers between New York and Maine Passage #6.00, including Fare and State Rooms Goods forwarded by this line to and from Montreal, Stuebec, Bangor, Bath. Augmeta. Eastport and St. ohn. shipper, are recanted lo arnd their freight to the Atramer before 3 P. M . oa the day that aba iaaeaa Portland. For freight or pamge apply to EVERY k V<iX, BroanY Wharf, Portland. H. B. ( RUM WELL k CO.. No. 86 Weet Street. Near York. Jane 13. 1861. dtf MONTREAL OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO’S Weekly Kail Line. ONE of the following first-class, power fa! Steamers: HIBERNIAN. NORTH AMERICAN. NORWEGIAN. JURA, BOHEMIAN, ANGLO SAXoN. NO VA SCOTIAN—will sail from Quebec every Satur day morning, for Liverpool, via Londonderry. Passengers leave Portland per Grand Trunk Trains with United Slates mails, every Friday, at 1 16 P. M.. connecting with Steamer at Quebec every Saturday morning. Passage to Liverpool. Londonderry or Glasgow: Third Class, fan. First Class. #S7 to fKS-arcording to arc<mimodation,—which includes tickets ou Grand Trunk Railway. Prepaid and return tickets issued at reduced rates. Kxcuxiou tickets to the World’s Pair, oat and back. $150. Apply to KUmonstone. Allan k Co.. Montreal, or to , J. L FARMER, No. 10 EXCHANGE ST., PORTLAND. June 28. 1M2. dtf Geo. Warren, icrrimo. TO THAYER* WARREN. IToprietor of the LIVERPOOL PACKETS, Sailing from Liverpool for Boston twice a month Steerage Passage, WO. Also. Agent for New York au«l Liverpool Steamships, sailing from New Y'ork every Saturday, and from Liverpool every Wfdnee day. and calling at Queenstown, Ireland. Cabin Passage. 976. 3d Clam. $30. Sight Bills of Exchange, for XI Sterling and up waud, pavable at any Bank in Great Britain or Ire land constantly for sale. For Passage Certificates, Steamer Tickets, Drafts, or for further information. Address. GEO. WARREN, 99 State Street, Boston. Mam. SPIRITS Tl RBENTINK. "VATRONA SPIRITS TXT*PfNTINE.-W#invite AN a trial of the Natrona fut gen tine from all paint ers, for either House or ship work, inside or out. It is fret from smell, with 9»t equal to spirits, evapo rates no faster, and for Blind Work cannot tie excell ed. It works bqcal to the common spirits on all kinds of painting, or in OU Cloth m au a fact u ring. As evidence of the excellence of the article, the un dersigned can refer to numbers of the first painters of Bostou and v ieinit>\ if desired. CHARLES TOPPAN. Agent for New England, 40 Fulton St., Boatoa. ■For sale by Banker k Carpenter, Merrill k Brother. 8. J. lVrUus 4 Co.. Portland, and Chat. F. Potter Augusta. juucffiwUa