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_ _ • VOL. 1. PORTLAND, ME., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 23, 1802. NO- 20. PORTLAND DAILY PRE8S, JOHN T. OILMAN,} __ JOSEPH B. HALL, I Edltor# 1* published at No. 82J EXCHANGE STREET, in FOX BLOCK, by POSTER, OILMAN and hall, Under the firm name of N. A. FOSTER A CO. Terms: Thm Portland Daily Press is published every morning, (Sundays excepted), at 85,00 per year in ad vance. Hate« of* Advertietins:: Transient Advertisements, 81.00 per square, for three insertions or less; exceeding three, and not mors than one week, 81.25 per square; 75 cents per week after. Out* square every other day one week, 81.00; 60 cents per week after. Exhibitions, Ac., under bead of Amusements, 82.00 per square per week. Hpkcial Notices, 81.60 per square for first week, 8100 per week after. Business Notices, in reading columns, 12 cents per line for one insertion. No charge less than fifty cents. Legal Notices at usual rates. Advertisement* inserted in the Maine State Press (which has a large circulation in every part of the State) for 88 cents per square iu addition to the abore rates for each insertion. Transient advertisements must be paid for in ad vance. IT' A11 communications intended for the paper should be directed to the 44Editors qfthe I*ress,,f and those of a business character to the Publishers. ty*Tbe Portland Daily and Maine State Press office, in Fox Block, No. 823 Exchange Street, is open at all hour* during the day and eve ning, from 7 o’clock in the morning to 9 in the evening. tr Job Printing of even* description executed with dispatch; and all business pertaining to the of- j flee or paper promptly transacted on application as above. _ I COMMUNICATIONS. Letter Ifom New Orleans. The following extract from a young man in the 12th Regiment, to his mother in this city, w hich we are permitted to copy, gives a graph ic and interesting account of an atlairin w hich a portion of that Regiment participated. New Ori.eaks, La.. June 20th, 1802. I wrote you last Monday from Lakeport, to inform you that I was bound for parts un known. and not knowing as you would hear from me again, for at that time things looked dark; on account of our delay which gave the rebels a plenty of time to receive information, and reinforce. But we have aceoinplished all that we undertook and have returned without losing a man. Shortly after w riting you we were ordered to emliark on board of the steam er J. Morgan, Brown, after which two compa nies were transferred to the steamer Grey Cloud, and also a squad of sailors with two j heavy guns. Our boat carried one section of the 4th Mass., Battery, consisting of two lbs. pieces rifled. It being late in the evening when we got every tiling aboard, we spread our blankets on the deck and slept until 3 A. M.. when we east our lines from the wharf and startl'd on our expedition, accompanied by the gunboat New London, and river boat, Grey Cloud. We had a pleasant passage across Lake Ponchar train, and arrived at the mouth of Pass Mau chac, where we formed in a line,the Cloud tak ing the lead, the N. L. next and we last, we sailed about half a mile when we came to the island, and procedcd up the north pass which is very narrow, and ci joked as a snake. The scenery was wild, and romantic, it being an impenetrable swamp on the Island, and main laud, with a heavy growth of trees, wild flow ers and palm-leaf. We proceeded slowly ex pecting every minute to run afoul of some masked battery. After we had gone part way up, we came to a place just wide enough for the X. L. to pass. She carries 5 heavy guns; everything went on smoothly for a short time, when we were saluted with a large rifled shell which passed through the X. London's rigging, cutting off one of the chains which supports her smoke stack, and exploded the other side of us. Each boat then opened Are, ignorant of the position ofthe Battery, which was splen didly located to fire on us, as we came round the bend, but we came to fight, and not to run. So we kept right on as though nothing had happened until we came in sight of the Bat tery when the X. L. gave them a salute with her largest gun which passed over one of their guns and struck the Railroad Bridge, making the wood and iron fly in every direction; at the same time we gave them two 12 lbs. pills which started them in double quirk time on the retreat, which they executed handsomely. The boats then run into the Bridge, bow on the X. London striking first, her officers ami crew started for the Battery armed to the teeth, and planted the American Flag on it. The two com|Kinles from the Cloud keeping in pursuit, and tiring on the run. The rebels took to the Swamp, and our boys returned to the Battery spiked, dismounted the guns, (of which there were two 32 lbs.) burned the wheel's and carriages, brought all of their camp equipage, and then demolished the bridge by ripping up the track and burning the wood work. During that time, two companies from our boat were sent across the island to find the other lotteries, and take them from the rear on the railroad, which is built in a canal through the swamp, and rather dangerous walking over the sleepers for 2 and a hall miles. After they had started, 1 was ordered to take a man witli me and take charge of the wounded. So I loaded my pockets with bandages, Ac., and started, armed with my sword, which I ground before leaving home. I overtook them about half way across, and went in advance with 'apis. ovppieiou aim n inter, with the skir misher*. When we got most to the bridge, which was boarded, the order was given to fix bayonet and charge, which was done in good order. But they were too smart for us. When we got in at one end, they were leaving at the other, and making tracks for the woods. Out hoys gave them one round but did not stop them, the bridge being 700 feet long. We tlien took possession ol the llrst battery,spiked tiie guns, crossed the bridge, seized the second and did likewise, after which we proceeded to - inspect their quarters which were on the bridge. We found lots of commissary stores, j muskets, ammunition, tvuts (made of table cloths), 1 silk flag, two prisoners, and various other articles too numerous to mention. I then jumped on to a hand ear with Lieut. Wal ton and started for the North Pass, where tin boats were lying. We reported to Col. Kim ball, and be and the doctor started up. After staying about two hours tile Colonel returned. While they were gone, tile N. L. and Cloud started down the river, and went round the island up the South Pass to the upper batter ■ it's. The X. L. thou came to anchor, while the Cloud look the doctor aboard, passed through the draw, into another small lake, where they took possession of a schooner, five prisoners, and some small boats. After we destroyed everything at the North I’ass, we started after the other boats, arrived about dark, stationed our pickets, laid down, slept soundly, on the strength of accomplishments, until daylight, when we commenced our work of destruction, which was done in good shape. We were ■ joined by the little steamer Fancy Natchez which we used as a dispatch boat. The N. L. started down about an hour before us, so as to cross the bar at high water. We followed shortly after and found her at the mouth, hard and fast on the bar. Both steamers made fast to her. and after pulling and backing almost an hour we got her oft-, and proceeded to the mouth of the Tehonie river, where we left the N. L.; she not being able to get over the bar we went up on our own hook, our boat taking the lead. In about half an hour we arrived at Madisonville, a very pretty village. Our boat had not fairly touched the w harf, before two companies were olf the boat and going double quick, in pursuit of some troops which left belore we arrived. One company surrounded the town: the other kept on for about two miles, when they returned, not find ing any troops. The Cloud passed by with her troops and sailed up the river about three miles. We took a colonel and his horse, the Provost Judge, a captain, and another scamp. We also took of the colonel, his muster rolls and a number of small prizes. The town is full blooded secesh, and all guerrillas, who go mounted, armed with rifles and double barrel guns. Auer taxing our prisoners aboard we started after the Cloud, which we thought had gone to Coventon. 20 miles up, but we met her com ing down, so turned round and concluded to lay by the town that night. The Cloud an chored in the river with her guns bearing upon it and we laid along side of the wharf until morning, when we prepared to leave for Man dersville. The Cloud arrived at the South end, lauded her troops, and we sailed up to the North end and landed ours, when the Mayor came down to the wharf and invited the Colonel to liis house. The town is one of the most splendid places for a summer resi dence that I have ever seen. It is situated on the border of Lake Ponchartrain, with heaps of bath houses, and everything requisite for a pleasure resort. The Colonel returned after an hour's conference with the Mayor, whom lie found to be Cnion. as fitr as he dared to express himself. Having accomplished all that we thought was required, we started for Lakeport with 12 prisoners, 1 secesh flag. 1 horse, 3 hand cars, and lots of small prizes. Took the ears for New Orleans where we ar rivedat the Mint and as the boyscaught sight of the American flag waving over the secesh, cheer after cheer was given for the Colonel and boys. Our force was not quite 500 men, but we drove over twice our nunilier. I did not intend to write so much when I commen ced, but did not know hardly when to stop. I was told to-day that we should start again next week with more troops for Camp Moore, where we hear Gen. Lovell has 3,000 troops. You w ill probably see an account of our ex cursion in one of the Portland papers before long which will give you a better account than mine. 1'""" «»««r i\«jriiiar orre-ponocnT. J letter from Harrison's Landing. Camp near Harrison's Landing, ( July 13th, 1802. ( All quiet along our lines. No enemy near, at least, in any considerable force. Our dis tance from the Janies river, is in a straight line, not more than a mile and a half, so that we are under the protection of our gunboats. Our right flank is well fortified by breastworks and rifle pits, and now and then a strong fort. The spade seems to be a very useful weapon in this war. quite as useful, perhaps, as the stvord. The pioneers axe claims no smell share of praise, for that has done much in clearing away forests and making corduroy roads through miry swamps. From present appearances, our army I adore Richmond seems likely to remain at a st-i nd still for days, weeks, it may lie. months to come. This war will last for years unless the Government changes its present plan of con ducting the war. There is no doubt but that our Southern brethren are our enemies—the worst we have ever iiad, or ever shall have.— Their hatred toward us is of the malignant type. It should be crushed out, and that, too, in the speediest manner. They certainly do not eveu respect the North—then make them fear it. There is a way to excite their fears to the utmost. This they richly deserve. Our Government may yet find this way. If it does, who can blame. The method so far of conducting this annm alous civil w ar, reminds me of a good old iady of my acquaintance, who used to live on the banks of the Kennebec, in the town of C-. This old lady bad a grandson living with her. This boy was some six years of age, and spoiled by grandma's many indulgences. One day this young rogue had committed some misdemeanor that stirred the old lady's wrath The little rebel must be punished. Here was a puzzle. She prepared herself at last with a big switch and big red apple. “Jimmy,” says she, “you are a naughty t>oy, after all your grandmother has done for you. You must be whipped, to make you a good boy; but if you will promise to behave well without a whipping, here is a great big, red apple for you.” Jimmy didn’t get his whip ping, took the apple, and the next day forgot what he had proiiiised his grandma. Our regiment is slowly recovering its health and strength. It lias had much heavy fatigue work to do, when it should have been resting. Quite a number are on the sick list, though very few. if any, cases of sickness arc consid ered dangerous. The climate is very w eaken ing. It is not prudent to be exposed to the sun for three or four hours in the middle of tin* day. Some men have taken considerable pains to stick green boughs around their tents, thus making a pleasant shade in a hot day. Your correspondent, ‘Aroostook,,’ will keep you posted in matters relating more particu larly to the Maine 7th. W ill mention a few items that may not have yet appeared in your paper. Sergeant Mann, of the Color Guard, has been promoted to a 2d lieutenant, and Private John W. Parsons of Co. A, promoted to sergeant major. Both pro motions are for merit, ami are well deserved. Sergeant Phalon, of Co. I, has fitted up an officers’ tent. He is boarding most of the offi cers in our regiment, in the best style. This mess has been in operation but a short time, yet it bids fair to be conducted in a manner quite equal to a first class hotel. II. BOOKS & STATIONERY. BLANK ACCOUNT BOOKS ! Manufactured and for Sale by BAILEY & NOYES, 66 AND 56 EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND. Journals, Lodgers, Invoice, Sales, Memorandum, Cash, Record, Dockets, Letters, Masonic and Church Collectors Books. We make to order every kind of Blank Book used hv Banks, Insurance and Railroad Companies, Ho tels, Steamboats, Factories andCountiug House's. STATIONERY. Letter, note, Cap and Record papers. Envelopes— white and huff. Gold Fens, Steel Fens, kc.. &c. Ev ery article at lowest rates. Wit Buy for Cash and Sell Cheap. BAILEY & NOYES, 66 and 58 Exchange Street. Portland, June 23,1862. dtf rjjjj EXCHANGE ST. gg BLANK BOOK AND STATIONERY, —AND — PAPER HANGING WAREHOUSE ! Eulnbliahrd in 1825. Premium Blank Books on hand andonade to order, of every variety of style and finish. From our long experience, we are enabled to offer to the trade and our customers better bargains in quality and prices, than can lie found in any other establishment in the State. Our stock of STATIONERY Is selected with the greatest care from the best For eign and American I louses, and embraces every arti cle needed for public office*. Counting Houses and private uses, 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, mediums and com mon papers—the largest stock to be found in this market, at lowest market prices. School llooka of every kind in use at wholesale prices. HALL L. DAVIS, 63 Exchange Street. Portland June 28, 1W»2. S. II. COL.ESWOKT1IY, Has removed his stock of BOOKS, STATIONERY, PICTURES, Piclir* Frames, Piper Riaana Finn Goods, ie., Ae., TO Xo. 92 EXCHAXGE STREET, Next door above the British and American Express Office, when* he will accommodate all who may be in want of goods in his line, at very low prices. Book'Binding and Picture • Framing, Done neatly as usual. * GENUINE HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINES, For sale at the above store by M. SE AVEY. Physicians and Families supplied with Medicines and books. Cases renewed and % ials relit led. June 24. 18*32. eodftm THIS desirable mechanical arrangement has now been in use a sufficient length of .. to show that it gives entire satisfaction and actually is the more valued the more it is used. This Invention is a step in advance of all others in the Spring /ter/department, endtracing a little more of their excclrencies, and yet hap|tiiy overcoming all their defects. It is flexible as hair," and yet so nvu perative as to bring itself into place w ith great facili ty. It is adapted to the invalid, the aged and old. and all who linger in suffering and weakness. They are made of good material warranted strong and du rable, and uot liable to get out of order. TESTIMONIALS : Commercial House. Portland. June 16, 1862. Having introduced the - Anderson Spring lied Bot tom" into my house, alter trial. I pronounce it to bo an easy and healthy bod. I am using several kinds of spring bed bottoms, but consider the Anderson fully equal if nut better than tin- best. N. ,1. DAVIS, Proprietor. We have introduced several of the Justly celebrat ed 'Anderson Spring Ited Bottom to our sleeping apartments. We give this spring bed bottom a decid ed preference over any and all othere we have ever used. Our guests sju ak of them in the highest terms We recommend their use to all hotel keepers who de sire the comfort of their guests. w. d. McLaughlin & sox, May 12,18i!3. Franklin House, Baugor, Me. Hav ing become hilly satisfied of the benefit of the "Anderson Spring Bed Bottom," I have purchased three of them at liv e dollars each, and do most cheer fully recommend them to the public. Watervflle, May, 1861. Dn. X. It. BOUTELL. Mr. D. K. Frohock has furnished the beds in mv house with the "Anderson Spring lleil Bottom." and I take pleasure in recommending this article as the most convenient, economical and comfortable thing of the kiud with which I ant acquainted A. II. ABBOTT, Principal of Family School, Little Blue, Farmington. I have had the unspeakable pleasure of sleeping on one of the “Anderson Spring lied Bottoms” for the last three weeks, and must sa> it far surpasses any thing I had anticipated. M\ wife, w ho is feeble, lias bad no good rest for six mouths till occupv ing one of these beds. She would not part with it on auv ac count. kkv. juhn allkx. Farmington, Feb. 2#, 18*52. The Bed Bottom I bought of you fully merits my expectations, and is fully up to your high recommon- i dations. I would cheerfully recommend it to all who i desire to improve their sleeping apartments. AI STAPLES. Augusta, April 16,1802. A. X. WILLIAMS. Having tested the “Anderson Spring Bed Bottom,” I can cheerfully recommend it to all w ho are in need of such an article; and 1 believe it to be superior to anything of the kind now in use Waterville, April 12, 1862. Kkv. E. HAWES. Testimonials sinTilar to the above have been ro teived from the proprietors of the following public nouses- • Penobsot Exchange, Bangor. Franklin House, Bangor. Skowhegan House, Skowhegan. Lewiston House, Lewiston. Winthrop House, Winthrop. Elmwood House, Waterville. Litchfield Corner House. Stoddard House. Farmington. Revere House, Vassalhoro. Hallow ell House. Hallow ell. China House, China. Franklin House, Augusts. Cushunc House, Augusta. Abbott’s School Farmington. Eaton Boys’ Boarding School, Kent's Hill. jullTddm | PRINTING. RE310YAL! THE BOOK -AMD JOB PRINTING E s-ta/blislrmeirt FOSTER Sr CUSHINGj Hm boon removed from the office over Casco Bank, to the office of the DULY PRESS, CORNER OF MIDDLE AND EXCHANGE STS., FOX BLOCK, Directly over the Magnetic Telegraph Office, Fourth Story, where all varieties of Plain and Fancy Job Work, Will be promptly attended to on the most liberal terras. ENTRANCE--82] EXCHANGE STREET, Orders left at the counting-room of the Daily Press and Maine State Press, head of first flight of stairs, will be promptly attended to. ty The office is supplied with FAST PRESSES AND STEAM POWER, And its capacity and facilities for doing work in good j style are equal to any in the City or State. !*. A. FOSTER 4c CO. July 17,1*52. dtf THE PORTLAND DAILY PRESS STEAM POWER Book and Job Printing Office, No. 821 EXCHANGE STREET, Fox I3lot»lc, “ ■ Second Floor, PORTLAND, MAINE. The Proprietor, of the Pokti.ayp Daily I’rk.b re.pectfuliy invite attention to their facilities for exe cuting, in beautiful alyie, every description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING! Their Establishment fa fhrnfahed with all the ap proved modern machinery, and their assortment of Book and Fancy Types, Is adequate to do any work demanded in this State. * ! Business Cards of Every Variety, Style and Cost. PRINTED AT SUORTEST NOTICE. i BILL-HEADS RCLF-I) AND CUT IN TIIE NEATEST MANNER. Billet* St Circular* in Every Variety of Type. BAXK CHECKS, XOIEs AX# BILLS OF LADING. TAGS PIERCED WITH HOLES k GLUTEN ED WHEN DESIRED. _ Policies Printed anti Hound for Insurance Companies. Deeds, Law Briefs, Equity Cases, And other LAW DOCUMENTS executed with Dispatch. Bronze, Colored, and all other kinds of Printing, Executed in taste to suit the most fastidious. W EDDIXG AXh AUDRE S S CARDS Our Stales are unsurpassed. SHOP BILLS, PROGRAMMES, iXD ALI. 80KT8 OF HAND HILLS. 1'ortland, June 26,1862. daw BUSINESS CARDS. TUCKER & WEBSTER, 109 Biddle, corner of Temple Street, Fashionable Clothiers, AND DEALERS IN GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS, Of the Most Desirable Pattern. Portland. June 23. 1862. tcixlm BREED A TIKE Y, — IMPORTERS OF — Lasting:, Serges, Elastic Onssettings, AND FINDINGS, MANUFACTURERS of BOOTS & SHOES, ALSO, KID AND GOAT STOCK, 50 Union, four doors from Middle Street, c. h. BREED. PORTLAND, ME. j.o.tckey. je30—3nuUtw JOHN LYNCH A CO., ’TAT’h.olesale Q-rooers, -and COMMISSION MERCHANTS, GRANrrE STORES.COMMERCIAL STREET, (Opposite head of Widgery’a Wharf,) P«rllaal« Me. JOHN LYNCH, PKLEO BARKER, THOS. LYNCH. je28dtf WILLIAM CAPEN, SIGN PAINTER, Half War D.wa Willow Street, FORTLAXD, UK. June 23. d3m T. R. BURNHAM, [Photographic .Artist, 90 MIDDLE SRREET, PORTLAND. THIS i* the only Room where either of the Burn hams are interested in the City, J. IT. I*. Burn ham having sold his Room aud gone to New York, 895 Broadway. REMEMBER THE NUMBER. SIGN OF THE BIG FLAG. 90 MIDDLE STREET, T. R. BURNHAM Juno 23. dim JOHN B. II It OWN A SON’S Sugar [Refinery, YORK STREET, PORTLAND, ME. _ Je23.lt f ALBERT WEBB A CO* - DEAI.KK8 IN - Corn, Flour and Grain, HEAD OK MERRILL'S WHARF. ('•mmrrrinl Street,- - Parllnad. Me. J<-23tf W.1I. II. II. HATCH, 141 Middle Street, - - Partland, Me. Manufacturing Jeweler, J AND SILVERSMITH. Also, Dealer in Watche*. Jewelry and Silver Ware. Portland. June 23. 18»T2. tf Ivl arble Work. J. If. THOMPSON, Is prepared to receive ordeni for Marble, Free Stone, Soap Stone, Marble Chimney Piece*, Monumental Work and Grindstone*. ■ Wi rrnri ■■■ r rarrni Sl«*« je23tf PORTLAND. MR. J. L. WINSLOW, Agent, MAM'PACTrKKK OF Steam Engines, Steam Boilers, AM EVKRV MSfRIPTION OF IACBI\ERV, Steam Cock*, Valve*. I*ipe*and Connection*. Whole sale or Retail. STEAM AND GAS FITTING, Done in the best manner. 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I^XCCUNIONISTS visiting the Inlands, supplied A with store* at the shortest notice. 4 trders solicited. 180 Fore Street near fast sf Kirkaagr. CALDEKWOOD k BECKETT. Portland, June 23. dtf Wanted, VSITCATloN on a Farm for a smart, active boy, 13 years old, who is used to the business. Fof further information itM|tiire at JuIS 2wd 32*J CONliRESS STREET. MEDICAL. Eclectic medical Infirmary. to theTadies. DK. HUGHES particularly invite* all Ladies who need a medical adviser, to call at his rooms, No. 6 Temple .Streot, which they will find arranged for their especial accommodation. Dr. tl.'*s Eclectic Renovating Medicines arc unrival* led in efficacy and superior virtue in regulating all Female Irregularities. Their action is specific and certain of producing relief in a short time. LAD1F>> will linn it invaluable in all case* of ob struction* after all other remedies have been tried in vain. It is purely vegetable, containing nothing in the least injurious to the health, and may be taken with perfect safety at all time*. Kent to anv part of the country with fall directions, by addressing DR. HUGHES. No. 5 Temple Street, corner of Middle, Portland. N. B.— LADIES desiring may consult one of their own sex. A lady of experience in constant attend ance. jull—3m DR. HUGHES’ Eclectic medical Infirmary. Established for the treatment cf those diseases in both sexes, requiring Experience, Skill, Honor and delicacy. PRIVATE CONSULTATIONS —Dr. Hughe* has for a number of years confined his attention to diseases of a certain das*. During hi* practice lie has treated thousand* of case*, and in no instance has he met with a failure. The remedies are mild, and there is no interruption of business or change of diet. Dr. Hughe* i* in constant attendance from 8 in the morning until 10 at night, at hi* office, 6 Tem ple street. Charges moderate, and a cure guaranteed in all cases. Separate room*, so that no one will be seen but the Dr. himself. His remedies cure disease when all other remedies fail: cures without dieting, or restriction in the habits of the patient; cures with out the disgusting and sickening effects of most other remedies; cures new cases in a lew hours; cures with out the dreadful consequent effects of mereurv. but is sure to annihilate the rank aud poisonous taint that the blood is sure to absorb, unless the proper remedy is used. The ingredients are eutirely vegeta ble, and no injurious effect, either constitutionally or local!v, can be caused by using them. YOUNG MEN, who are troubled with seminal weakness, generally caused by bail habit* in youth, the effect* of w hicli ar»- pain and dizziness in the head, forgetfulness, sometime* a ringing iu the cars, weak eye*, etc., terminating in consumption or iu sauity if neglected, are speedily aud permanently cured. Ail correspondence strictly confidential and will be returned if desired. 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This medicine is designed ex pressly for obstinate Cases, which all other rem edies of the kind have failed to cure: also that it is warranted a* represented in every respect, or the price will be refunded. HT BEWARE OF IMITATIONS! Neie genuine and warrant.*'! unless purchased directly of Dr. M. at hi* REMEDIAL INSTITUTE FOR SPECIAL DISEASES, No. 2M Union Street, Providence, R. 1. tVThis speciality embraces all diseases of a pri rate, nature troth of MIN and WOMEN, by a regu larly educated phvsiciau of twenty years' practice, giving hi* whole attention to them. Ef? 'onsultation* bv letter or otherwise are strictly confidential, and medicine* will be sent bv Express, secure from observation, to all part* of tne United State*. Also, accommodation* for LADIES from abroad wishing for a secure and quiet Retreat, with good care until restored to health. CAUTION.—It has been estimated that over two handled thonsund dollars are raid to swindling quacks annually, in New England alone, without any itntdltntl.. who pa> it. M. -t of this sum comes out of a class of persons who are the least able to lose it, but once paid then can neccr get it back, and they are compelled to surfer the wrong in silence, not dar ing to nun the cheat f«>r fear of i rjHtsinp them selves. All this come* from trusting, a ithout inquiry, to men who are alike destitute oi honor, character, and skill, and whose only recomineiuiation is their own false and extravagaut assertions, in praise of themselves. If. therefore, you would avoid being humbugg'xi. take no man's word, no tnatter what his professions are, hut MAKE INQUIRY it will cost you nothing, and may save you many regrets; for as advertising physicians, in nine cases out of ten are bogus, there is no safety in trusting any tf them, un less you know who and what they are. rn»r. M. will send free, by enclosing one stamp as above, a Pamphlet on DISEASES Or WOMEN, and on Private Diseases generally ; fix ing most full information, with the most undoubted references amt testimonials, without which no advertising phvsiciau or medicine of this kind is deserving of any confi dence whatever. £Sf**Order* by mail promptly attended to. Write your address plainly, and direct to Dr. II. N. 3Iatti eoN, as above. June 23. d&w2m — FRBPARBD BY L. H. TITCOMB, APOTHECARY, 373 Conpress Street, - - Portland, Me. CURES.I>y*pop*ia, CORRECTS.Indirection and Flatulency. PREVENTS.Liver Complaint!* k Bilious Fever*, RELIEVES .. .Constipation au«l Headache. STRENGTHENS the Ncnous System. July 1. 1*2. ' lm “ BUY ME AND I’LL DO YOU GOOD P Health anil Strength Sernred, BY THE I’BE »E THE GREAT SIRING AND SI MMER MEDICINE, Dr. Langley’s ROOT AND HERB BITTERS. C>Ml*OSKf> of Sarsaparilla. Wild Cherry, Yellow Dock, Prickley Ash, Thorough wort, Rhubarb, Mandrake, Dandelion, itc., all of w hich arc so com pounded as to act iu coucert, aud assist Nature iu eradicating disease. The effect of this medicine is most wonderfhl—it acts directly upon the bowels and blood, by removing all obstructions from the internal organs, stimulating them into healthy action, renovating the fountains of life, purifying the blood, Heansing it from all humors and causing it to course through every part of the body; restoring the invalid to health atid usefulness. They cure aud eradicate from the system. Liver Com plaint, that main wheel of so many di*«*n*e*. Jauu dance in its worst forms, all Billion* Diseases aud foul stomach. Dyspepsia. (‘ostivenes*. all kinds of Hu mors, Indigestion, Headache, Dizziness, Piles, Heart burn, Weakness. Pains in the side aud bowels. Flatu lency. Low of appetite, and a torpid or diseas'd Li\ er, a disordered Stomach or bait blood, to which all are more or less subjeet iu Spring and Summer. Mon* than 20.000 persons have been cured bv this medicine. It is highly recommended by Physiciaus everywhere. Trv it and von will never regret it. Sold bv all dealers in Medicine everywhere at ouly 25 aud 38 cents i*er bottle. Orders addnused to GEO. C. GOODWIN A CO., Boston june21d4m Trout & other Fishing Tackle. A LSO, Grits, KtrLKs. Kkvolvkks.Cctleuy and 2\. Sporting t.. generally. Repairing aud Stcucil Cutting attended to as usual. ! (LL. BAILEY, 42 EXCHANGE STREET. June 23 eodtf _HOTELS. BANGOR HOUSE, basgob, me., O. M. 8HAW, - . PROPRIETOR, *-arrest, most central Him*' In the city. Nwireat to Railroads and steamboats. HTHORSRS and carriages TO LET __ julltf—3m PREBLE HOUSE, - - PORTLAND, ME~ C.BirrH, r.rarr mt Preble Streets. ! THIS ia the largest Hotel In the State, pee ••■Mina all the modern improvement., and l tirat claw in every appointment. TERMS MODERATE. FOR BOARD BY WEEK OR DAY. CM AS. H. ADAMS, Proprietor, je28—8m CENTRAL lfOl HF., E. G. Mayo, .... Proprietor. PABSADUMKEAO, MAINE. THE subscriber would very respectfully an nounce to his numerous friends, and tb§ public generally, that during the temporary compulsory suspension of nb business he shed this well-known house anew, and b now better than ever prepared to wait upon hb cus tomers. and hope* by strict attention to their wants to merit a continuance of the patronage which be has hitherto received. E. G. MAYO. Passadumkeag. June 23.1902. d&wtf BATH HOTEL, By C. M. PLUMMER. 1886. WaaHinoTon St., Batix. •.•Term, si per day. Btebli connected with houce. Bath. June 23. 1868. _ dtf Summer Retreat, SOUTH SIDE OF PEAK’S ISLAND, HENRY M. BRACKETT, • ■ Proprietor. OPEN for Genteel Boarder*—three mile* | from Portland—within thirty rods of the I Ocean—with food opportunities for fishing. I sea-bathing and water excursions. A Hteam --1W runs from Portland dailv. Experienced boatmen In atteudanc. j<*25*$w SAGADAHOCIt HOUSE, AltVe«l Carr, - • Proprietor, BATH. MAINE. THE City of Bath i* one of the heatthteat locmiitice on the coaal of Maine—delightful Ir situated on the Kennebec, twelve mile* .—r-.—■ "■<>m th«* "*•. »nd affords one of the moat Inviting retreats from the dust and turmoil of our large cities. The aSAOADAHOCK is one of the finest, most spa cious. and best appointed Hotels in the State, located within three minutes walk of the Depot. M team boat Landing, Post Office. Custom House, he., being di ; rrctly in the business centre of the City. Te»n Moderate by tbe Week or Day. Bath. Jone 23. 1382. dtf DIBICH) EATING HOUSE, No. 7 MILK STREET, - - - PORTLAND, ME. JOHN ROBINSON, Proprietor. Every Delicacy of the Season Served up at all hour., TURTLE SOUP, TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. BROOK TROl’T a ad all kladaofCAME Served to order. PINE APPLE LEMONADE. STRAWBERRY LEMONADE. M" Frogs Served to Order. -Ml ' *•* Meal* to Rkuclar Boarder* at Redneed Ratea. open every Sunday from 8 to I, and from 2 to I o'clockJelSedtf INSURANCE. HATH MUTUAL Marine Insurance Company. OFFICE UNDER THE SAG ADA HOCK HOUSE. FRONT STREET. THE President and Director* of the Rath Mutual Marine Insurance Company give notice that their (apital Stock amounts to #200,000 ; And that they arc prepart'd to make insurance on tha mutual priucipie. agaiust marine risks, not exceeding $10,000 in any One Risk. DIRECTOR*: John Patten, Wm. Drummond, G. K. R. Patten, Oliver Mohw, Sam'I I. Robinson, E. K. Harding, M. F. Gannett, Arthur Sewall. J. P. Morse, i J. 11. McLellan. Lewis Htackmer, David Patten. . Jas. F. Patten, S. A. Houghton, J. C. Jameson. R. K. HARDING. President, E. C. HYDE. Secretary. _Rath. July 3, 18fi2. dtfm FIRE IHSURANCe! WARREN SPARROW, Ofllce 74 MisMIe. ecr. sf Exchange Su, PORTLAND, ME., Agent of the following Fia.T ('la.* Insurance C**»: National In.nrnnce Company, Of Bo*ton. - - < aah Cmpit.l and Surplun. MOO,000. Republic Fire Ia.aranre ('ompaat, : Of New York. - - ( uh Capital and Surplus, 0312,000. Relict'Fire In.nraace Company. I Of Naw York.. - Cuh ( apital and Surplua. »250 000. Kqnitablc Fire and Marine In*. Co., Of Providence. raarae-T SacratTV. which ought alway* to ba th# irtl coanidmittm in effcctlug inaurancc. la her* of. frml to the public, at tlic bml ratrt of prrmium adopted by w*mi ami rr.pomribtr conipauica. Office in "Boyd'a Building." oppoaite l'oat ufflea. June 22. d&wtf 1* O It T LAND Mutual Fire Insurance Company. THIS Company continue to insure property or terms *s favorable a* those of any reliable com* , p*«y. All policies upon which six premiums have been paid, are renewed aunualiy free of premium to th* policy holder. Those desiring insurance will do well to call and ascertain the terms before insuring elsewhere. Oflre lO* Middle Street* CHARLES HOLDEN, Pretulent. Edward Shaw, Secretary. June 23. eodSm Notice of Foreclosure. WHEREAS Freeman Whitney, late of Portland, in the County of Cumberland, on the sixteenth day of March, 1855, conveyed to Jairu* K. king, of Portland, iu fee aud in mortgage, a certain tract or parcel of land, situated in Portland afbrwaid. and bounded a* follow*, to wit: Beginning on the West erly line of Hanover Street, thirtv-niue feet from the northerly corner of the lot said Whitnev purchased of Robert F. Dyer, by deed dated Nov. 29. 1868— I thence southerly on the line of said street, thirty-one feet—aud from these two point* running westerly, keeping the even width of thirty-one feet, ninety eight feet more or less, to the land of the Larrabee heirs, as appear* by the records of said deed in the Cumberland County Record, in Book 281 page 259: And whereas the said Jairu* K. King, on the third day of Julv. 1882. by his deed of that date, assigned and transferred said mortgage and said property to Eliza L. Whitney of said Portland, a* appears by' the record of said deed, in the Cumberland Records, in Book 314 page 82: And whereas, the condition of said mortgage ha* been broken. I. Eliza L. Whitney, as signee of said mortgage, hereby claim a foreclosure of the *ame for breach of the condition, according to the statute in such case provided. ELIZA L. WHITNEY. Portlaud. July 14. 1882. w3w4 CONGRESS STREET SEMINARY, FOR YOUNG LADIES AND MISSES. Miss £. L. Whittier, • - Principal. THE AUTUMN SESSION will commence Sept. 8th, and Continue 16 week*. Prior to July 21st, full information can be obtained of the Principal, 849 Congress Street. Hours from 8 to 1 o'clock, except Saturday s. After that time ap plication mat be made at 40 State Street Portland, Jtnw 23. 1882. 2awl(hv