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PORTLAND DAILY PRESS.
VOL. 1. PORTLAND, ME., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 0, 1802. jjO. 14. PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T. GILMAN, t JOSEPH B. HALL, I Edltor"' 1b published at No. 82} EXCHANGE STREET, in FOX BLOCK, by PORTER, OILMAN Slid HALL, Under the firm name of N. A. FOSTE II 4 CO, Terms: The Portland Daily Press is published every morning, (Suudays excepted), at §5,00 i>er year in ad vance. Rates or Advertising: Transient Advertisements, §1.00 per square, for throe insertions or leas; 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 jier week after. Exhibitions, Ac., under head of Amusements, j 82.00 per square per week. Special Notices, §1.50 per square for first week, , §1.00 per week after. Business Notices, in reading columns, 12 cents per line for one insertion. No charge less than fifty cent*. Legal Notices at usual rates. Advertisements inserted in the Maine State Press (which has a large circulation in every part of the State) for 38 cents per square in additiou to the above rates for each insertion. Transput advertisements must be paid for in ad vance. ty All communications intended for the paper | should be directed to the " Editor* of the Press” and those of a business character to the Publishers. nr*Tbe Portland Daily and Maine 8tate Press Office, in Fox Block, No. 82$ Exchange 1 street, is open at all hours during the day and eve ning, from 7 o’clock in the morning to 9 in the i evening. tar Job Printing of every description executed j with dispatch; and all business pertaining to the of- I lice or paper promptly transacted on application as above. COMMUNICATIONS. (From our own Correspondent,] Letter from Washington. The tine* from the Peninsula—Effect of the capture of Richmond note—Earnestness of the Rebels—The Peninsula Campaign—The killed and mounded. Washington, July 8d, 1862. The news received to-day has dispelled much of the uncertainty and fear which rested ti|K>n all in regard to the capture of our army in the Peninsula. The I tattles of Monday and Tues day, heavy and bloody, seem to have resulted in positive repulses of the enemy. The fighting, however, we must ex|teet to be resumed to-morrow ami the next day, to con tinue until the rebel hopes of saving Rich mond are forever dead. They attack. No other course is left them. They must defeat McCIelljUi in his positiou or he InevitlMy has their capitol. pushing towards it as he ha* been, with heavy artillery, liefore which its defences cannot stand a day. Now, more than ever, is it their necessity to assail him, since his new move threatens Fort Darling. This taken, to remove the obstruction* in the river near it, and to carry the dreaded gunboats up to the city, is a matter ot no long delay. 1 doubt not but that at the time Geu. Mc Clellan first reached the Peninsula it was the design of the rebel leaders to evacuate Rich mond without battle. The tone of the Rich mond newspapers satisfies me that such deter mination was then formed. They did not be lieve they coultl hold the James river against our naval forces. But, unexpectedly to them, our vessels, even our iron-clad impregnable*, were repulsed at Fort Darling. Moreover. Gen. McClellun's advance had been necessarily slow, whence they have taken courage, and had ample time to change their mind and re- , construct new plans. The clamor of Virginia against abandoning it* capital, lias had weight, also, and now, from all these reasons, and from others which need not be discussed, the deter mination to defend the city lias been taken, and it is carried'Out with a vigor and a skill, w itli daring and sacrifices, which throw lurid , gleams of an unholy glory around a wretched , cause. But their first design, that of abandoning i , I’iehuioud without serious resistance, was the wiser one, and no doubt their more sagacious men see it in that light. They would have re tired to some inland point, and proclaimed such retirement a strategic operation. Mak- , ing their new centre of operations at Lynch burg or some other point, they would have compelled us, in the heat of a Southern sum- , )ner, to have carried our columns a hundred miles inland and our flanks exposed for that j distance to their daring raids. Thus, no doubt, they might for months and months kept us at bay. When we have seen that Cen. MeClel- , Ian’s army, with its centre not over twenty miles from its water base, (the White House , ou the Famunky,) lias lieen entirely ridden , around, and its lines broken through and cross ed by the enemy's cavalry and artillery, we may judge what serious dangers, annoyances and disasters it would have lK*eu exposed to in the hundred miles of advance that must have lain between Richmond and the (mint in land the enemy might have selected at which to make a stand. The enemy's capital in our possession under such circumstances, would have brought no i sound claim of success to our arms, and hut i indifferent moral results. The unfortunate as pect of such a fact would have been explained away to the satisfaction of the people of the i South, as well as to that of the more civilized and contemptible enemies of Republican in- i stitutions, who in Kurope are enjoying our i misfortunes and auguring our overthrow. But now we believe the thing lias changed, i and auspiciously for us. The enemy lias con centrated his best troops—all he can command —to defend his capital. Over the dead bodies of the bravest wen of the South ire trade in blood to Richmond. To take a capital thus defended, is an event of such moral aud mate rial significance as will go far to end the war. We delude ourselves when we ex|>ect or hoi>e lor easy conquest over the South. The war is a great one—materially, and in its results, the grandest the world has ever seen. The South arc in earnest. They hale the North, hate the j country, bate republican institutions—they are brave, bloody aud barbarian, and they must be caught and killed before there can Ik* peace in the land. Dr. Foulker, editor of the Memphis Ava lanche, one of the la*st informed men in the South, writes in that pa|ier, June 30th, that “A new programme has been determined upon by the confederate leaders, who are preparing themselves for a tremendous effort. They consider that the territory recently given up lias weakened the North ami corrcs|ioiidiitgly strengthened the South. They expect to hold Richmond and Virginia, but if they are forced to yield them they have no idea of giving uj», but will fight to the last, i.nd when they can fight no longer, instead of surrendering and having their property confiscated and them selves disfranchised, they will make a direct proposition to France and England to become a colony or appendage. If this alternative is forced upon them, they will strive to become the subjects of Napoleon rather than Eng land.” This lie, one of them, asserts as tlie determined policy of tlie rebel leaders. Tlie three hundred thousand additional troops called for in yesterday’s proclamation, will have work before them, and their march will echo across tlie Atlantic. England and France may he wise in time. We have tlie men and the means for this war, and for any other which the necessities of our State may impose upon us. When Gen. McCJellan planned tlie campaign of tlie peninsula, lie expected to employ the James river as tlie approach to Richmond.— Tlie overdreaded Men imae defeated that ex pectation for tlie time. He used tlie next best approach, the York and tlie Pamtinkey. Any co-operation lie might have expected from the army on tlie Rappahannock lias lieen deferred, for other reasons than tlie backwardness of its commander or its troops. No man has been more eager to go forward than Irvin McDow ell, hut higher authority Iia« kept him back. Ill tlie absence of such co-operation, it 1ms been demonstrated that McClellan's communi cations have been in danger. His stores, am munition, train, means of escape, would ail have been at the mercy of tlie enemy. Hence he must recur to the orignal hope.— He must have tlie James river. He moves his base thither. He threatens Fort Darling with oevitablc capture. The rebels see this. They fall upon him as he moves. They are repulsed in four days of tremendous fighting. Each repulse is a victory to us. Two of their best generals have been lost to them,-—Jackson lead, Magrudcr a prisoner. We hold our po sition. We shall continue to hold it. and Rich mond will be ours, and ours under dread and oleum auspices that will make its capture a lesson to tlie South and to the world. I am no defender of Gen. McClellan’s strat 'gv. I believe in another kind of war. But from his stand-point, and in his way of war, I believe his conduct of tile campaign has been positively excellent. [The lists of killed and wounded soldiers *ent by our eorrosjjoiident, we published yes Probably tin; casualties in the fourth New Jersey will Ik- found to exceed that of any Jtber regiment. It lost its Colonel, Lieuten int Colonel. Major. Adjutant,six Captains and five Lieutenants. It went into battle withtidd ncnpof whom only 81 ran now Ik- found. The <ix captains were all killed within an hour tfter the tight commenced. I). (From our Regular Correspondent.] I setter from Skowbcgnn. Xorridyewnrk—Inhabitants noted for their Itcfinement — Their Employment—(irnnite tfnarry—Old Point—Father Haste—Inde pendence Day. Skowiieoax, duly 2,1802. Messrs. Editors : Chancing to take a ride this fine morning to lie pleasant neighboring village of Norridge vock, it occurred to me, on my return, to send (Oil a few faets in relation to that place. There ire few villages in Maine which strike the trav eler as more rich in quiet beauty. The smooth, vide streets, with their rows of over-arching rees. and the great river sweeping by, make a ileasing picture for the eye to rest on. A ;raceful air of antiquity hangs about the place, vliich is in not disagreeable contrast to the inart newness characterizing most of our Haine villages. The inhabitants arc noted for heir intelligence, refinement ami genial liospl ality; and.altogether, it would be hard to find i more delightful place for a summer sojourn. South Norridgewock is u place of considerable ictivityaud business, but the north side, where he county buildings are situated, must bear he palm for beauty. The town of Norridgcwock is quite large, comprising an area of some 2(1,(100 acres, and contains some of the lies! farms in the State.— rile cultivation of the soil is the chief occupa ion of the people,*who by tlu ir industry and lirift have in most instances accumulated a air sltare of this w orld's “gear.” On Dodlin uill, in the south part of the towu, s a granite quarry, from which large quanti les of fine stone are annually excavated.— .imestoue is also found in abundance, hut lie ng mixed with slate, is unfit Ibr building pur loses. Some four or five miles to the northward of lie village, at the confluence of the Kennebec aid Sandy rivers, is “Old Point,” the site of he ancient village of the “Norridgewogs,” and he scene of that cruel massacre in which' the ailltftil Jesuit Missionary, Father itasle, was lain, tlms putting the seal of martyrdom to lie testimony of iive-and-tliirty years of de oted labor among his Indian disciples. It is l beautiful spot. The two streams, gliding >eacefully into one, sweep gently round the mint; the Helds wave with grass and grain ; lie hoarse murmur of the rapids above comes, oftened by distance, oil the ear; all around is m simple and wild—it requires lint a slight el brt of tiie imagination to go back to the time vilen birch canoes were skimming on the sur i*ce of these rivers, and the dusky children of lie forest chanted here the impesssive ritual of he Church of Koine. The plain stone inonu nent of Kasle, which hud been overturned by mine vandal hand, was recently restored by lie citizens of Norridgvwock, with appropriate •ereinonies. It is to he hoped that no one will igaiu disturb tills tribute to the memory of one vlmse heroism and devotion, all sects must re •ognize. I am told that the ladies of N., patriotic and lumane, have inserted in the programme of estivities, for the coming anniversary of the lation’s birth-day, a fair and levee for the ben •fit of sick and wounded soldiers. Success to heir good work. 1 cannot learn that our own people have made any arrangements lor any special demon itration on the approaching 4th. There w ill H' tiie usual parades, trial of fire engines, and ast trotting horses, ringing of bells at iuordiu itely party hours, and a perpetual salvo of sjuilis and crackers from sunrise to sunset.— VII this is as it should la-. I wish there were nore of it. Let people rejoice in any manner vhich seems to them good. If 1 could have ny way, not only the squibs and crackers, but ill the big guns and little guns, every old fowl ng-piece, pistol and ancient musket, everv liing, in short,, w hich could he fired,—except he “Southern heart”—should go off in one jrand burst of jubilation and glorification. This propensity to explode gunpowder when- I ever we feel glorious, is decidedly an American ; peculiarity. A vast amount of patriotism has, in times past, annually found its outlet in this i way. Indeed, the impression has prevailed to j some extent among the letter ami more j thoughtfhl portion, that all our patriotism was ! of this sort, and that powder-burning, and ver j bose orations on Independence Day were the j only fruit it would ever bear. Thank God! I there is no longer ground for any such fear, j Not alone in the rich record of noble deeds : and costly sacrifices is its reputation written. I think no observing person can have failed to perceive throughout our w hole land, evidence that the sentiment of patriotism among us is a feeling far more thoughtful and profound than it has l>een before. The events of the I past eighteen months have been like the deep soil ploughshare, penetrating far below the mere surface layers, and bringing into action ! hidden elements of strength and greatness, of ! w hose existence we had half despaired. We ; are less vain, perhaps, of our liberties and our prosperity, since we have seen them trembling, and almost slipping from our grasp; yet they have acquired a dearness which belongs only ; to things for which we have struggled and suf fered. The watchword “Our County” wakes ! not perhaps, to-day, a thrill more proud, but it is nobler, and fuller of the heroism which w ill falter at no sacrifice. This is true, not merely of us whose locks are bleached by the frosts of ■ age, and whose impressions are sobered by the disenchanting lessons of time, but of the young and ardent. Their enthusiasm is directed into new, and less selfish channels. The past is full ; of promise for the flit lire. To us, w ho are soon to pass away, it gives the assurance that the destinies of our country are not, in com i ing years, to l>e left to the guidance of a gen eration too frivolous to appreciate the noble i ness of the trust. Epsn.oy. I INSURANCE. BATH MUTUAL Karine Insurance Company. I OFFICE UNDER THE SAI.AHAHOCK HOUSE. FRONT SI'REirr. THE President and Directors of the Bath Mutual Marine Insurance Company give notice that their | Capital Stock amounts to #5200,000 ; And that they are prepared to make insurance on the j mutual principle, against marine risks, not exceeding i $10,000 in *ny One Risk. DIRECTOR*: John Patten, Wm. Drummond, (». E. K. Patten, Oliver Moses, Sam i I. Robinson, K. h. Harding, M. F. t.nnnett. Arthur Bewail, J. p. Morse, J. H. McLetlan, Lewis Blackmer, David Patten, Jas. F. l’attcn, B. A. Houghton, J. C. Jameson. E. K. IIAI.'DINti, President, E. C. HYDE. Secretary. Bath, July 3. 1862. d6m FIRE INSURANCE. WARREX SPARROW, OBce 14 Middle, ror. sf Exchaoge 8t,, PORTLAND. ME., ! Agent of the following First Class Insurance Co’s: Nationnl Insurance Company, | Of Boston. - - Cash Capital and Surplus. $500,000. Republic Fire Insurance Company* Of New York. - - Cash Capital and Surplus, $312,000. Relief Fire Insurance Company. Of New York. - - Cash Capital and Surplus, $250,000. I Cqmtable Fire and Marine Ins* Co., Of Providence. Perfect Security, w hich ought always to be the i first consideration in effecting insurance,'is here of- ! fered to the public, at the lowest rates of premium j adopted by sound and responsible companies. Office in "Boyd’s Building," opposite Post Office. _ d&wtf j BOOKS & STATIONERY" BLANK ACCOUNT BOOKS ! Manufactured and for Sale by BAILEY & YOYES, 56 AND 58 EXC HANGE STREET, PORTLAND, j Journals, Ledgers, Invoice, Sales, Memorandum, j Cash, Record, Dockets, Letter*. Masonic and Church Collectors Books. Wo make to order every kind of Blank Book used , by Banks. Insurance and Railroad Companies. Ho- I tels, Steamboats, Factories and Counting Houses. STATIONERY. Letter, note. Cap and Record papers. Envelopes— white and buff, tiold Pens, Meel Pens, Ac., kc. Kv- j ery article at lowest rates. We Buy for Cash and ' Sell Cheap. BAILEY Si. NOYES, 66 and 68 Exchange Street. Portland, June 23.1862. dtf 53 EXCHANQE ST. ^ | BLANK BOOK AND STATIONERY, —AND— PA PER HANGING WAREHOUSE ! , Entnbliahrd in 1825* Premium Blank Bonks ou hand and made to order, of every variety of style and finish. From our long experience, we an* enabled to offer to the trade and our costomers better Imrgnina iu quality and prices, than can be found in any other establishment iu the State. Our stock of STATIONERY Is selected with the greatest care from the best For* j eign and American House*, and embraces every arti- ; cle needed for public offices. C ounting Houses and ' private use*, and at lowest prices. ROOM PAPERS Of every variety, quality and price, embracing all the various styles of gold paper* manufactured, to* gether with a full stock of Satins, medium* and com* mon paj>ers—the largest stock to lie found in this market, at lowest market prices. School Books of overy kind in use at wholesale prices.. HALL L. DAY 18, 63 Exchange Street. Portland June 23, 1862. s. ii. coLciwwnnr, Has removed bis stock of BOOKS, STATIONERY, PICTURES, Picture Frants, Paper Raminis Fancy Goods, ic., it., TO No. 92 EXCHANGE STREET, Next door above the British and American Express Office, where he will accommodate all who may be iu want of goods in his line, at very low prices. Book-Binding and Picture-Framing, Done neatly a* usual. GENUINE HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINES, For sale at the above store by M. SEAVEY. Physician* and Families supplied with Medicines and book*. « a*e*. renewed auu vials refilled. June 21. lfrU, coddm BUSINESS CARDS. TICKER & WEBSTER, 109 Middle, corner of Temple Street, Fashionable Clothiers, AND DEALER* IN GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS, Of tlie Most Desirable Pattern. Portiaud, .June 23, 18*52. tcislm J. L. WINSLOW, Agent, MANUFACTURER OF Steam Engines, Steam Boilers, A\D EVERY DESCRIPTION OF lACHIVERY, Steam Cocks, Valve*. Pipes and Connections, Whole- • sale or Retail. STEAM AND GAS FITTING, | Done in the best manner. Works 6 Union St. *nd 233 & 235 Fore St., jnltdtf PORT I. AX D, ME. 3BC j9l. N 8 O 1ST , SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER, No. 31 Exchange Street, Portland, Me. tT" < Irdi-r* solicited. je3>—3ra E. J. CROSS, 141 Middle Street* - - Portland* Me* Watch-Maker, N If—All work being promptly and person ally Attended to, is warranted to give thorough satis- ! faction. je23tf c. d. mtowx, Successor to Manning k Brown, Commission merchant, ANI> WHOLESALE DEALER IN FLOUR, PRODUCE, PROVISIONS AND GRAIN, UNION ST*, Portland. Portland, June 23, lSfi2. dtf DOLE & MOODY, GENERAL Commission .Merchants, AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN AND PRODUCE, No. 5 Galt Block Commercial Street, PORTLAND, Me. ANDREW T. DOLE. FRANKLIN C MOODY. June 23. eodtf OLIVER S. BEALE, SIGN AND FANCY PAINTER, No. 10 EXCHANGE STREET, Portland, me. Sigfl* of every description executed to order. June 23. riau2w T. R. BURNHAM, ^Photographic Artist, 90 MIDDLE SRREET, PORTLAND. THIS is the only Room where either of the Burn ham* are interested in the City, J. U. P. Burn ham having sold his Room and gone to New York, BB6 Broadway. REMEMBER THE NUMBER. SIGN OF THE BIG FLAG. 90 MIDDLE STREET, T. R. BURNHAM June 23. dim (.JOHX LYNCH A Wholesale Q-rocers, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, GRANITE STORES.COMMERCIAL STREET, (Opposite bead of Widgery's Wharf,) Portland. Mr. JOHN LYNCH. PELEO MARKER, THOS. LYNCH. je23dtf WILLIAM ( APIA, SIGN PAINTER, ■UK \V»f D.wu Willow Slrrrt, PORTLAND, MK. on BREED A Tl’KEV, — ISII’IIRTXIU* or — Lastings, Serges, Elastic Onssettings, and findings, MANUFACTURERS of BOOTS & SHOES, ALSO, KID AND GOAT STOCK, 50 Onion, four doors from Middle Street, tr.B.BKKKD. 1‘OKTLAND, 11F. j.u tvsev. _ jtvJO—4uid&wr JOHN B. BKOAVN A SONS, Sugar Refinery, YORK STREET, PORTLAND, ME. _ JMjNHjf ALBERT YYi:ilB A CO., - DKALKUA IN - Corn, Flour and Grain, HEAD OF MEBRILL’S WHARF, t'omnirrrinl Slrrrl,- - Portland, Mr. je23tf WJI. 11. II. HATCH, 1*1 Middle Slrrrl. - - Partlnnd. Mr. Manufacturing Jeweler, AND SILVERSMITH. Also, Dealer in Watches, Jewelry and Silver Ware. Portland. June 23, 1862. tf Marble Work. J. K. THOMPSON, If prepared to receive orders for Marble, Free Stone, Soap Stone, Marble Chimney Pieces, Monumental Work aud Grindstones. Corner of Pearl and Federal Sis*.. je23tf PORTLAND, ME. Wautwl to Purr hasp. \ MASTER’S Interest lu a Vessel. Reft of Ref erence* given. Address PORTLAND POST OFFICE, June 24. 1802. •d4w BOX 072. A CARD. The Crystal & Masonic Journal. rllHE publication of this pa|>er w ill bo resumed in A July aud be issued regularly on the 1st aud 15th >1 each month. Subscriptions and communications u the 1’. State* must lie sent to THE GKYSTAL. PORTLAND, ME., I'hosc in Canada to WATERVILEE, C. E. Tin- first numlM-r will contain h full report of "Tub ['kntenni ai. t fi FniiATi*iN.” Iliose ti« sjriiig extra •••pies of that number ph-use address as above. CYRIL PKAKL, Kditor. OFFICE PORTLAND ADVERTISER. d&w2wr DRUGS & MEDICINES. ti - Jrl. H^Y, JUNCTION OF FREE & MIDDLE 8TS., - DEALER IN - Fine Chemicals, Pure Drugs, GENUINE MEDICINES. ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN PERFUMERY, AND FANCY GOODS, APOTHECARIES' GLASS WARE, FOREIGN LEECHES, SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, TRUSSES, SUPPORTERS, BRACES, ELASTIC STOCKINGS, Ac., - A 1,80 VARNISHES, PAINTS, OILS, .A_nd Dye-Stuffs, KEROSENE OIL, LARD OIL, And all other articles usually kept in a Drug and Taint Establishment. tv state A/rent f.>r DAVIS & KIDD S MAG NETO-ELECTRIC MACHINES. J.-23-lm<l»w ISTew Drug Store! CKOS.HA\ * POOR, HAVE taken store. No. 73 Middle Street, (l ox Block.) and respectfully invite public at tention to tbeir large and well selected stock of Drugs. Chemicals, Fancy Goods, &c., And solicit a share of public patronage, trusting that bv furnishing the purest chemicals and l*e«t stock of drugs the market affords, and a careful attention in the dispensary department, to merit the confidence of the public. CIIAR. K. CROSS A X. Je24tf THOR. H. P«K>R. -PREPARED BY B. II. TIT COMB, APOTHECARY, 373 Congress Street, - - Portland, Me. Cl'R ES.I >y »iw psia, CORRECTS.Indigestion and Flatulency. PREVENTS.Liver Complaints & Itillou* Fevers, RELIEVES.Constipation and Headache. STR EN (»TII ENS the Nen ous System. FOR THE PREVENTION AND CURE OP Consumption, Asthma, Chronic Bronchitis. Nervous Prostration, General Debility, Dvspctwia, Scrofu la, Marasmus, Loss of Appetite, Neuralgia, Female Complaint*, and all Disorders of the Nervous and Blood Systems. This remedy has obtained a great reputation Ibr ino*t Extraordinary Cukes in all Staoeeor Consumption. It is reconi me ud<-d by many thous and Phvsicians in the United States and Europe— hat ing been used with results uuparalle.lod in the an nals of medicine. The ilyfHijthoAjihifes have a two-fold and specific action; on the one hand iucrca«ing the principle which Constitutes Nervous Energy, and on the other, being the Most Powerful Blood Generat ing Aoknts Known. In cases of Nervous Debility j or Postration of the Vital powers, from any cause, the Remedy has no superior. "WINCHESTERS GENUINE PREPARATION.” Is tho only reliable form of Hypo phosphites, made after the Original Formula of Dr. Uhurchill. 'In quire for and Use no other ! A FAIR TRIAL IS A CERTAIN CURE! rST-pRICKS—In seven ounce bottles, 91—Six Bottles for $5. In sixteen ounce Bottles, fil—Three for 96. Circulars gratis. Sold bv all r»-*|»*ctab!o Druggists, and at the Sole General Depot in the Uni ted States, by J. WINCHESTER, 35 John Street, N. Y. A SPECIFIC REMEDY FOB Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weakness, and General Irritability in either Sex. This malady, the terrible amscijurnrea of which are too well known to require more than a bare allusion ' to them, is one of the most insidious, and therefore j dangerous, of all the loug catalogue of human ills. | It saps the very spriugs of Life, rapidty undermines the constitution, and sinks the unhappy victim into imbecility and a premature grave ! From one to three boxes of the S|**cific Pill are sufficient to effect a per manent cure in the m>>st ai/ffraraled cases, w hether constitutional, or arisiugfrom Abuse or Excesses. MEDICAL TESTIMONY. “ We liclieve it to Ik*, in the treatment of Spermn- j torrfura as near a Spec ific as anv medicine can l*e.” — B. Keith, M. l>.~American JouriuU of Medical ; Science. “ I have found them all that could he desired. Their \ effect has been truly mmderfnl. I used them in a case of Spermatorrlnra of long standing w hich has been under treatment for years. I think three boxes will complete the cure.”—E. P. Dk kkk, M D. UW"Thi# is not a Homeopathic reinedv, nor is tlieru am niercurv or other deleterious ingredient combin ed with it. Prick—91 i»er box. Six boxes for 96. by Mail pre paid. Kor sale bv all resjwctable Druggists, and at the Sole General Depot in the United States, by .1. WINCHESTER, W) John St., N. V. Sold at wholesale by W. F. PHI 1.1.1 PS, june23d& w4w ' Portland, Me. BMce of I'om I os urt‘. VOTICK i- hereby given, that the subscriber, Sain- 1 uel S. Webster, of Portlaud, In the County of | Cumberland and State of Maine, claims bv mortgage | a certain tract of land situated in Falmouth, in said County, bounded, beginning at the most southwest- | erly corner of land now or formerly of Koval Leigh- | ton. thence easterly and northerly bv the same to laud of John W Freeman, thence easterly by the same to j land of Jeremiah llal), thence southerly and wester- j lv by the same to land owned by Jeremiah Hobbs. 1 thence northerly and westerly by the same and lain! I of Philip <• amnion to the county'read, thence north- ' erly by said road to the tirst bounds; containing sev Cnteen acres more or less, subject to the right of Jer- j cmiah lloblts or his assigns to pas-- and repass through said premises. Said real estate having bi-cti conveyed in mortgage to Samuel s. Webster and Micah Samp- : Bon bv Dependence H. Furbish, bv his deed of An- , gust 22, 1855, recorded in the Registry of I bills for ! Cumberland County, in book 2ti3, page ; which | mortgage was duly assigned by said Micah Sampson i to Samuel S. Wctoter, June 8ft, ItWS. as willapjaur i by the assignment thereof recorded in said Registry, to all of w hich records reference is to he had tor a more purtieular description. The condition of said i derai of mortgage is broken, and the subscriber. as signee of -aid mortgage, hv nnsou thereof do claim a foreclosure of said mortgage, and do hereby notify ull I sillies interested of my claim to foreclose said mortgage, on uccouut of the breach of the conditions tb'irof. Dated at Portland thic first dav of July, A. D 18G2. juK-wjw* sam’l s. Webster. HOTELS. Summer Retreat, SOUTH SIDE OF PEAK’S ISLAND, HENRY M. BRACKETT, - - Proprietor. OPEN for Genteel Hoarder*—three mile* | 'ro»« Portland—within thirty rods of the [ Ocean—with good opportunities for fishing, I sea-bathing and water excursion* A steam __ler run* from Portland dailv. Experienced boatmen in attendanc. je26*8w ! PREBLE HOUSE, - - PORTLAND, ME7. Si mated Congress, earner «f Preble Streets* THIS i* the largest Hotel in the State, pos j seasing all the modern improvement*, and J_i first claas in every appointment. TERMS MODERATE. FOR BOARD BY WEEK OR DAY. CIYAS* II. ADAMS* Proprietor* Je28—3m SAOADAIldCK IIOISE, Alfred Carr, * * Proprietor, BATH, MAINE* THE Pity of Bath is one of the healthiest I localities on the coast of Maine—delightful Iv situate*) on the Kennebec, twelve mile* I i f V! ■ from tlie s«*a. and affords one of the most invitinr retreats from the dust and tu moil of our lanrc cities. The Sauadahock is one of the finest, most spa cious, and beat ap|H>intcd Hotels in the State, located within three minute* walk of the Depot, Steamboat 1 Landing. Post Office, Custom House. Ac., being di rectly in the business centre of the City. Teraaa Moderate by tbe Week or Day* Bath, June 23, 18*3. dtf AMERICAN HOUSE, Bohtoh, Mam., A TS the largest and l>e*t arranged Hotel in fl Rite I th** New England States; is centrally loca RJflLSttHi. and easy of access from all the route* of !»l*ffiYr:ivH ** 0011 8 tlu* modern improve LESLflincnt*, and every convenience for the rotn tort and accommodation of the travelling public. The sleeping rooms are large and well ventilated; j the suits of rooms are well arranged, and completely furnished for families and large travelling parties, ami the house will continue to be kept as a first class Hotel in every respect. _ , LEWIS ICICE, Proprietor. Boston, January. 1862. d7mi* CENTRAL IIOIXE, B. O. Mayo. .... Proprietor. PASSADUMKEAQ. MAINE. [THE suhaeribcr would very respectfully an> iiouncc to lit. numerous friends, and the pnf.lis- yciKTUIIy. Hint .turiiiu tlrs- trni|>orarv c-—.—Jconipukory suspension of Ins business lie na* furnished this well-known house anew, and is now better than ever prepared to wait U|»n his rus toment, and hones by strict attention to their wants 1 to merit a continuance of the patronaee which he has hitherto received. E. (., MAYO. Passadtinikcay. June 23.1882. dAwtf BATII HOTEL, By C. M. PL l1 M M KR. 386, Washington 8t., Bath. •♦•Terms $1 per day. Stable connected with house. Bath, June 23. l5^. dtf DIRIGO EATING HOUSE. Xo. 7 MILK STREET, . . . PORTLAND. ME JOHN ROBINSON, Proprietor. Every Delicacy of the Season Served up at all hours. TURTLE SOUR, TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. BROOK TROI'T and all kladaafCAME Serves! to order. PINE APPLE LEMONADE. STRAWBERRY LEMONADE. Prog* Served to Order. . -&Z *•* Meals toUaot'LAtt Boakpkkb at Reduced Ratea. < '!*<•'> every Sunday from 8 to 1, and from 2 to 5 : o'clock. yc23edtf A. W. BANFIELD, (Successor to P. J. Forristall and Mills k Forristall, mrORTER ASP PEA LEX IS ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN, FANCY GOODS, Pocket and Table Cutlery, YANKEE NOTIONS, CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELBY, 8TAT10KKKT. TOYS, Ac.. 2* and a) Federal and 106 Cdit great Street a, % ADDI80X W. BANFIELD. Bontoil. r. J. Iorkistall can be found at the above place. June 23. w]y THE BEST, MOST EXTENSIVE AND VARIED Assortment of Dry Goods, Ever brouplit into the city, can always be found at N. I. MITCHELL’S, - - 127 MIDDLE ST. We have in store the most extensive stock of DRE2SS GOODS, Just purchased at the lowest eash prices, to be sold at a trifling anvance. M e have al*«> a large lot of CLOTHS, (ANSI MERES. DOESKINS. MIXTURES, SATINETS, Ac. Ac. ( EitlM-r for Tout or l'ants. ami iu this liuo we will sell at price* that can t be beat. Ladies' Sacks and Mantillas, Constantly on hand, and made to order. O UR STOCK OF PRINTS j BLEACHED OR BROWN COTTONS, GlILTS. LINENS, DAMASKS, FLANNELS, - — Every Variety of House-Keeping Goods, Is un*iir|>as*ed. ami one can always Hud any article in this line, at about wholesale prices. YVe have a large assortment of PARASOLS, SIX-me BELLAS. SKIRTS, HANDKERCHIEFS, BUTTONS, EMBROIDERIES, LINEN BOSOMS. GLOVES. HOSIERY, And an endless variety of of Small Articles pertain ing to our business, all of which will be sold cheap for cash, at I'T. I. l^itch.ell's, 127 MIDDLE STREET,- - MUZZEY BOW. • : JcSSeodd* wtf j i „ ___ t G&MMEM STREET SE.TIIVIRY, ! FOR YOUNG LADIES AND MISSES. Hiss £. L. Whittier, - - Principal. rilHE AUTUMN SESSION will commence Sept. A 8th, and UoutiiiRe 15 week*. Prior to July 21*t, full information can be obtained of the Principal. 340 CongreM Street. Hour* from 8 to 1 o’clock, except Saturda\ *. Alter that time ap- | plication inav be nmtle at 40 State Street. Portland. June 23. 18*12. 2aw 10w -__ I ; Or. John C. Molt, | j PHYSICIAN AN1> SURGEON, 88 Court St., Corkrr ok Howard. Bohtow, i* 1 J consulted daily from Id until 2. and from •• to 8 in the *' evening, <>n all diseases of the Urinary ami tirnital c Organ*. .Scrofulous Affection*. Humor* of all kind*. Sore*, Ulcer* mid UruptioiM, 4 einale <'omplaint*, Ac. An experience of over twenty year*’ ext* n*ive prac tice enable* Dr. M to cure all of the moat difficult 1 ca*e*. Medicine* entirely vegetable. Advice Free, June 23,18U2. .*ii3aw8ni RAILROADS. KENNEBEC AND PORTLAND K. R. aCUKIR ARKAMIEUKKT. q/pmtncnl April 14/A, 1*3. EjggflffSSD Puscnger trains will leave dally, (Sun* ■sEESHffdavs excepted I as follows: -tugusta ior Bath, Portland aud Boston, at 11 1# A. Jl . connecting at Brunswick with the Androscoggin Itailroail for Lewiston, Livermore Palls, Wilton and 1-a: min ? ton. Leave Portland for Bath and Augusta at 1.00 P M., connecting at Brunswick with the Alnlruatoggin trains for stations on that road; and at Augusta with the Somerset k Kennebec Railroad tor Watervillc, Kendall’s Mills and Sknwhegan, and at Kendall's Mills with the Penobscot k Kennebec Road for Pitta* held, Newport and Bangor: arrlviugsaiue night. Monday M.trniny and Saturday Kcrniny Trains. tin Monday trains leave Augusta at #.80 A. M , and eV-‘.“'.'i’®* A f,,r Portland, connecting with tba 8.4o A M. tram lor Lowell and Boston Leave Portland on Saturdays, at 8.1# P. M., on ar rival of tram from Bostou, for Bath aud Augusta. btao* coaxxcTtoaa. Stages leave Bath daily (Sundays excepted) at 8.00 I M , on arrival of tram from Portland and Boaton. for \\ iscasset, Damanscotta, Waldoboro’ Rockland and Thoinaston. Stages leave Augusta daily (Sundays excepted), for lt«!la>t. ou arrival of train from Portland rh<i Hq*. ton. Tickets sold in Boston for all the stations ou tae Kennebec k Portland, Androscoggin, and Somerset 8c Kcnneliec Bonds. Freight trains run daily between Augusta and Port* l»«d. It 11 CTSIIMAN, Manager and Superletendcnt. Augusta. April, 1862. June23i|tf a>drosco<;<;i* railroad. rummer arraxoewext. rWffMB **11 and alter Moxdat, May 6, 1*3, will Iravc Portland for Lewiston awl F a< nnngton via Brunswick, at 1 P. M. Leave Farmington for Lewiston, Bath and Port land. via Brunswick. at 9.1,1 M Leave lewiiton for Bath and Portland via Bruns wick at 11.46 A. M. Freight train- daily between Portland and Lewie Ion. UTAOC COXXECTIOES. Stage leave. Strickland'. Ferry Tuesdays, Tbura lav. and Saturday., for Livermore, ( acton. Pent and [Fixtteld; returning opposite dav.. Stage leave. North Jay for East Dixfleld, Dixfleld, ■nd Weld, on Tue-daya, Thursday, and Satnrdaya: returning opposite dnvs. Singe leave. Farmington .or New Vinevard. New Portland and Kinglield, on Wednesday, and Sstur* lnv«, returning on Monday, and Fridays. Stage, leave Farmington daily. Ibr Strong, Aron ind Phillips. Passenger, for this route will take the cur. at the Portland, Saco A Portsmouth, or Kennebec A Port land Depots, in Portland. 8. W. EATON, Snp't. »srmiugton May 6. 1861. june23drf International Steamship Company. EASTPORT, CALAIS AND ST. JOHN. TWO TRIPS PER WEEK. \ On and after April 28, the Steam i ■‘“ATtN, cr. "NEW BRUNSWICK” and ’^JvrfUJLvX'FHREST CITY" will, until fur XSBm^M^rntber notice, leave P. S. A P. R. R. whait, loot of atale Street, a. follow.: Steamer "New Brunswick," ( apt. F.. B. Witrnn rru. will leave for Ka.tfobt and St. Johx every MONDAY, at 5 o'clock. P. M. Returning will have St Joirx eeerr THURSDAT MiIRMNG, at 8 o'clock, for EA.TroXT, Poetlaxd snd Bowtox. Steamer “Forest Cite,” Uapt. E. Field. will leave for Eastport and St. Jobx every THURSDAY at I o'clock P. M. Through ticket, are sold by this line connecting at Kastcort with stage coaches for Mathias mud with Steamer (meet* for Kobbinstnn, Calais, St. .tethers, and ST. Axdrewa, and at the latter plaea >ver Railway for Caxtkubtby; from thence per ‘tage roaches for Woodstock and Houltox, w inch « the cheapest and moat expeditions way of reaching I he Aroostook County. We nl.o ticket through per Steamer. and Railway. Ibr WlXDAOH, Halieax, Dll.by. Fuxdxkittox, Sussex. Moxttox. Siiediat, Pxixi x Edw ard I.laxh, Pictou, North Sanaa or New Bitcxa wh e, Mirihkhi, and Bay de Craleur. C. C. EATON. Jane 23. daw if mmg THROUGH TICKETS ro Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Toledo. St. Paul, La Crosse, St. Lous, New Osliass. or any part of the WEST, SOl’TH OR NORTH WEST, BY THK ERIE RAILWAY. Yia BurrALn, Dunkirk, and Niagara Falls. This road is broad uuaok and is provided with S»*w and Splendid Sleeping Cam. MPTkk*t» sold in Portland at lowest Boston rate# W. D. LITTLE, Agknt. ' (>fir+ 81 Exchange Street. ST* You can save money bv securing tickets at this >lh ce. JnneJQ. _ dawtf ~ STEAMBOATS. Portland and !t,w York Stnunrn. m The splendid and hot Steamship f~<Mi MCH ESA PEAKE," Captain Sidney ^^AfPCKuvBLL, will until further notice ruu tSMSho follows: Leave Browns Wharf. Portland, every WEDNES DAY, at 4 1*. M . and leave l*ier 9 North" Kirer, New fork, every SATURDAY, at 3 o’clock. P M. This vessel is tilted up with tine accommodations for ‘a.tsengem, making this the most speedr. safe and omfortaMe route for travellem between New York md Maine. Passage 96,00, including Fare and State looms. Hood* forwarded by this line to and from Montreal, >uebec, Bangor, Bath. Augusta, East port and St. lohu. Shippers are requested to send their freight to the teamer before 3 P. M.t on the day that she leaves Portland For freight or passage applv to KMKHY k FoX. Brown’s Wharf, Portland. II B CROMWELL k CO.. No. 96 West Street, few York. June 23. 1861. dtf MONTREAL imt;a\ steamship co 9 Weekly Mail Line. ONE of the following first-class, power ful Steamers: HI ItKKM AN, NORTH AMERICAN. NORWEGIAN. JURA, BOHEMIAN. ANGLO SAXON. XO fA M. Oil AN—will sail from Quebec every Sat ar ia y morning, for Liverpool, via Londonderry . Passenger* leave P ortl land per Grand Tiunk Trains vith United State- mails, every Friday, at 1 15 P. M.. ■otinecfing with Steamer at Quebec eyery Saturday Koruiag. Passage to Livcrp«»ol, Londonderry or Glasgow: riiird ( lass. «3» First ( lass. 967 to '9*2- according o accommodation,—w hich includes tickets ou Grand rrtink Railway. Prepaid and retnrn tickets Issued at reduced rates Excursion tickets to the World’s Fair, out and »ack. 9150. Apply to Edmonstone, Allan k Co.. Montreal, or to , J. I*. FARMER. No. 10 EXCHANGE ST., PORTLAND. June 23. 1«62. dtf Geo. Warren, *l'<TK**OE TO THAYER & WARREN, Proprietor of the LIVERPOOL PACKETS, tailing from Liverpool for Bostm^twice a mouth, deerage Pa-sage. 920. Also, AgfRr for New York nd LHcrpool Steamships, -ailing from New York very Saturday, and from Liverpool every Wcdnes lay. and calling at Queenstown, Ireland. Cabin ’manage. 975. 3u ( lass. 930. Sight Bills of Exchange, for £1 Sterling and up vain, payable at any Bank in Great Britain or Ire and constantly for sale. For 1’a—age Certificate*, Steamer Tickets, Drafts, r for further information. Address. GEO. WARREN, W State Street. Boston. Mass. SPIRITS TURPENTINE. S’ATKONA SPIRITS TURPENTINE .-We invite a trial of the NVrona Turpentine from all paint rs. for cither House or Ship work, inside or out. It froa imfi, witk fiat coiiaJ to spirits, evapo ites no faster, and for Blind Work cannot be cxcell 'I. It works Kgi'AL to the common spirits on all inda of painting. or in Oil (loth uiauti fact tiring i* evidence of the excellence of Hie article, tin* un ondgned can rsfrr to numbers of the first painters f llotitou and vicinity, if desired. CHARLES TOPrAN, Agent for New England, 40 Fulton St.. Boston, or sale by Banker k Carpenter. Merrill k Brother, s. J. Perkins k Co., Portland, and 1 ha- F l*otUr uguatu. juoettwbu