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PORTLAND DAILY PRESS.
VOL. 1. PORTLAND, ME., THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1802. N0- 27
PORTLAND DAILY PRESS,
JOHN T. OILMAN,,
JOSEPH B. HALL, I E<utor»
I. published at No. 82j EXCHANGE STREET,
in FOX BLOCK, by
VOSTEB, GILMAN aud BALL,
Cuder tile firm name of
N. A. FOSTER & CO.
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or Job Printing of every description executed
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COM M UN IC AT I ON 8. ~
Maine Sixth—Official Report.
The following is the report of Col. Burnhnm,
of the “Maine Sixth,” to the Adjutant General
of this State:
Headquarters 6th Me. Yolr., 1
Camp No. 22. Ill the Held, July 10. )
John L. Hodsdon, Adjutant General:
Sir: I beg leave to submit the following re
I>ort of the part my command took in the ac
tion of the night of tile 27th of June, near
Garnett's House, Va. At an early hour in the
morning of that day, I was directed to pro
ceed, with my regiment, to the front, near the
pickets' line, where a working party was en
gaged, throwing up an entrenchment. Arriv
ing on the ground, I was ordered, with my reg
iment, to take up a position a short distance in
the rear of the earthworks, on the right, near
a piece of woods. In front of the earthwork
was a large level Held, at the up|>er end of
which the enemy had planted his batteries. A
short distance in the rear of our position was a
deep ravine, on the opposite side of which a
battery of heavy siege guns had beeu placed.
masked from the enemy* view by a belt of
tree*. About 9 o’clock A. M. the enemy ap
peared in force, on the left of onr position, a*
If preparing for an attack. Upon this, the
working party, and all the force supporting it,
except tile 1st Brigade, of which my regiment
forms a part, was withdrawn to the other side
of the ravine. My regiment, with the rest of
the Brigade, was posted on the edge of the
wood* before mentioned, on the right, with or
ders to hold our position at all hazards. At
10 o’clock A. M. the enemy opened lire from
his artillery, directed principally at ihe woods
where we lay, and at the heavy battery, which
had, in the meantime, been unmasked, bv fell
ing the Uees In front. This battery immedi
ately replied, throwing it* Are directly over
our heads, and, after an hour's rapid tiring,
completely silenced the enemy's guns, and
forced them to retire out of range. During
this artillery duel 1 lost two men killed, and
one wounded. My loss would have been much
greater if the men had not been protected
greatly by the conformation of the ground.—
After this all was quiet, until near sunset, when
the enemy again opened his batteries, and
commenced shelling furiously; but, as before,
the superiority and accuracy of our guns, soon
compelled them to desist and retire. In the
front was a narrow strip of wheat-field, slight
ly elevated in the center, which separated the
woods where we lay. from a similar piece on
the opposite side. This Held was perhaps one
hundred yards wide. It was quite dark in the
woods when a few shots from the enemy, fol
lowed by a volley along our whole line, bro’t
every one to his (feet. The attack, although
expected,came very suddenly, but did not tind
us unprejiared. The tire was instantly re
turned, and with effect, as afterwards ascer
tained. The enemy advanced a short distance
from tlie woods, anil after nearly an hour's rail
id exchange of fire, silently withdrew. This
was a singular combat iu many respects. No
enemy could be seen, and their presence was
manifested only by the flash and roar of their
gluts, and by the whistling of their bullets, as
they tore through the trees over our heads.—
My men, duridg the short time they were en
gaged, expended, on an average, tifty rouuds
of ammunition. Many of the guns became
useless by means of foulness. In consequence
of this, and want of ammunition, we were re
lieved by other troops, and arrived in camp
about 1 o'clock A. M., on the morning of the
28th.
The following is a list of casualties during
the engagement:
(‘apt. U. C. Uray, A, wounded slightly in foot.
L. It. Earrabec, A, “ “ in head.
E. C. Merrill, A, " “ iu leg.
E. A. Sylvester, B, “ “
li. B. Chandler, C, “ seriously in head.
D. Nagle, C, " " fn head, since
died.
E. 8. Hayward, C, wounded slightly In wrist.
W. McDonald, D, “ seriously in head.
It. Woodman, I), missing.
John Stobbs, D, •*
Bilas E. Page, E, killed.
T. I. Dudley, E. wounded slightly.
U. M. Knights, E, •'
H. P. Moore, li, “ “ inarm
C. B. Mitcheil, it, “ seriously, leg shot away;
since died.
li- W. Band, H. “ “ elbow broken,
ti. B. Steward. H, “ slightly in wrist.
J. M. Uoliuin, H, “ " in head.
Sergt.E. M. Ketch, " mortally, iu chest, since
died.
Sergt A. P. McKenuey, I, wounded slightly in foot.
C. P. Brown, I, •• ■■
J. B. Scribner, I, “ “
Thomas Brooks, K, “ **
E. llunueman, K, •* “
I submit the following, as a report of my
regiment, this (Monday) morning, July 14tli,
1802:
Commissioned officers preseni for dutv, 24
siek, 11
“ •' absent sick, 1
“ •* on detached service, 1
“ “ absent with leave, 1
Total, 38
Enlisted men present for dutv, 481
sick, ' lt*3
** " “ on extra duty, 26
“ “ absent sick, 162
“ “ on detached service, 10
“ " absent without leave, 4
Total enlisted, 840
Aggregate, 884
Very respectfully,
Hiram Burnham,
Colonel Com’ngOth Maine Vols.
ZW*We hope our correspondents will be pa
tient. We will give each his turn.
Store Breaking,—The store of Mr. E. H.
Andrews was broken ojten last night. The
patent money drawer was taken out and wras
found broken to pieces on the Kilby wharf.—
There was about eighty-seven cents in change
in it, Ofty cents of winch the depredators over
looked.. It does not appear that any goods
were taken.—[Eastport Sentinel.
Abstract Reports—Maine Regiments.
We are indebted to Adjutant General, John
L. Hodsdon, for the following abstracts of re
ports received at his office, from the Maine 2d,
10th, 12th, and 13th Regiments:
The second Regiment reports, June 30th,
present and lit for action, 335; on extra duty,
47; absent, 105; sick,slightly and otherwise,
78.
The following is a list of the killed, wound
ed missing, Ac., for the month of June.
Lt. Col. George Varney missing in action of
June 27. Adjutant L. P. Mudgett, (wounded.)
Assistant Surgeon A. I). Palmer, Lieut. George
E. Brown, Co. B. (severely wounded.) Capt.
Levi Emerson, Co. E. (mortally wounded.) all
missing in action of J une 27.
Co. A, Privates, Peter Carney, X. B. Doe,
A. H. Godfrey, John C. Blagdon. Morris D.
Condon, W. D. Waterhouse, all missing in ac
tion.
Co. B, Privates, Crawford S. Ellis and Joel
L. Thorns, died from wounds: A. G. Ames,
Joseph Grindle, John X. Grindle, and Corpor
als John H. Tibbetts anil Westley A. Brown,
missing in action.
Co. C, Privates, Simon F. Hunt, ilied from
wounds; Samuel O. Lowell and Moses W.
Lombard, deserted; Henry A. Harlow, Henry
G. Reynolds, Win. II. Jones, Reuben H.
Glover, missing in action.
Co. D. Private Alvin H. House, missing in
action.
Co. E. Sergts. James L. Rowe, died from
wounds and Edward L. Sterling, wounded and
missing; Corporal G. W. Pratt.deserted: Pri
vates II, S. Prescott, died from wounds. Elilen
A. Keen, deserted. R. S. Atherton, J. R. Cun
ningham. J. Leonard, Thus. R. Wyman, John
Walker, (J. A. York,missingiuaction; Jed'er
soii Pickard, John J. Randall, wounded and
missing.
Co. F. Corporal Robert L. Alkins killed in
action; Privates, John Coy discharged for dis
ability. Isaac Berry died of wounds, S. V. Cur
tis killed in action. W. B. Welch tlied of dis
ease. I. E. Trafton missing in action.
Co. G. Privates Gannett B. Dinsuiore killed
I in action, G. C. Robbins wounded and missing,
Chits. H. Ellison, W. A. Ilarnden, Augustus
Hines, Geo. A. Dunham, missing in action. 1
Co. II. Privates Stephen R. Crosby and B.
B. Murray discharged. G. C. Martin died of
wounds, Samuel Warren tlied of disease, John
B. 1 ork, W. H. Brackett, Win. Stevens and
Paul Burton, C. W. Doble, missing in action,
Fred W. Wing deserted.
Co. I. Private Daniel. C. Hathorn died of
disease, Michael Cornett, Jere. Cochran, John
Collins, Michael Hagan. Michael Kenney,Rich
ard Kelleher, James Stone, (since reported to
have died at Richmond.) Thomas Stokes and
Daniel Wheeler missing in action.
Co. K. Sergts. Danl. Staples and James Bur
lingham prisoners; Privates Stephen Frye
prisoner, Byron Lowell wounded and prisoner,
C. S. Colby killed in action; Hospital Steward
D. W. Edgcrly prisoner.
For report of the 0th Regiment, see Col. Bun
ham report.
Tenth Regiment Maine Yols. report as pres
ent June 30th, and tit for duty, 003; on extra
duty, 6; absent, 82; sick, slightly anil other
wise. 58.
Deceased (luring the month of June: Co.
C, Private Joint Goodhue; Co. K, Sergt. Fran
cis II. Pratt; Co. I), Private Oscar Beau.
Discharged in June: Co. B, Privates Levi
Gammon. Bradbury Emerson, Thos. II. Saw
yer; Co. E, Joseph Benson, Benj. F„ Harmon,
Charles II. Malison,Charles R. Green.
Co. F. Wagoner, Isaac K. Knowlton, Pri
vates Alfred Roberts, Geo. W. Johnson, Obed
\\r i\. a a
Co. G. 1st Sergt. J. Frank Roger*.
Co. II. Corp. Aug. White; Privates Adolph
us Reed. Gilman Rice, Thos. Wyman.
Co. I. Privates Ambrose Foss. Dudley De
land, Jr., Chas. Littlefield. Isaac Shannon,
Chas. II. Roberts, Foster M. Haskell; Wagon
er Erastus Bodge; Corpl. James L. Fellows.
Deserters. Co. D. Privates Joseph Crane
and Henry Randall, absent since May 30th,
John Marshall, since May 28th, Thos. I. Buck,
since June loth; Co. II. Jeff. L. Coburn and
Augustus M. Vickery, since May 25th.
Private William A. Hamilton, Co. C, before
I reported missing in action, is now known to
have died of wounds near Winchester.
Privates Andrew J. Walton and Solomon S.
Kenney, Co. E, before reported missing in ac
tion, are known to have been killed May 25.
The following men, before re|K>rted missing
in action, have returned to duty or been pa
roled :
Co. A—Corp. Henry X. .Shaw, paroled and
furloughed; Privates Chas. Sutherland and W.
O. Sargent, returned to duty from missing.
Co. B—Priv. Chas. F. Allen, paroled.
Returned to duty from minting.—Co. B—
Privs. Alex. Johnson, Oliver F. Varney.
Co. C.—Privates John N. Willey, Louis El
bridge, Win. P. Hamilton, Win. T. Keys, John
Nado, James Smith.
Co. E—Priv. David F. Hodsdon.
Co. F—Sergt. Joseph S. Merrill, Private An
drew Jackson.
Co. G—Priv. Alpheus Fuller.
ParoUed.—Co. C—Privates Charles Burn
ham, Thos. M. Clendenuing, M. Geary, A. D.
'• Newbold.
Co. 1)—Drummer John Erwin; Privates
Alexander Sebastian. Charles W. Hammond.
Co. F—Private Frank J. Savage.
Hospital Steward Geo. E. Noreross.
12th Reoimekt.
Reported present and lit for duty, 527; on
extra duty, 22; absent, 200, rick, slightly or
| otherwise, 110.
j The condition of this regiment is healthy,
gnd the regiment is gaining, by frequent en
listments of tile Union men of New Orleans.
On June 15, five com|ianies of the regiment
went on an expedition to the Passes of Man
che and other point* in the vicinity, and re
turned on the 10th. There were no casualties.
During the expedition and while nt the Passes,
this detachment captured batteries of six 32
pounder guns, and destroyed the bridges at the
Passes.
13th R ecu went,
Reports as present and tit for duty, 475; on
extra duty, 00; absent, 50; sick, slightly and
otherwise, 274.
This regiment is doing severe and arduous
duty at Ship Island and the islands along the
coast of the Mississippi. The cases of sick
ness reported are in most instances slight.
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HOUSE-KEEPING GOODS.
fllHE attention of purchasers is invited to the large
®i*<l desirable stock of llouse-ki*<‘ping Gooils now
in store, as above, comprising as it dix-s nearly every
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BOOKS & STATIONERY.
BLANK ACCOUNT BOOKS!
Manufactured and for Sale by
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66 AND 58 EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND.
Journals, Lodgers, Invoice, Sales, Memorandum,
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We make to order cverv kind of Blank Book useH
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Letter, note, Cap and Record papers, Envelopes—
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Portland, June 23.1862. , dtf
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of every variety of style and finish. From our long
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than can be found in any other establishment in the
State. Our stock of
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Is selected with the greatest care from the best For
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cle needed for public offices, Counting House's and
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ROOM PAPERS
Of every variety, quality and price, embracing all
the various style's of gold papers manufactured, to
gether with a full stock of Satins, mediums and com
mon papers—the largest stock to he found in this
market, at lowest market prices. School Books of
every kind iu use at wholesale prices.
HALL L. DAVIS,
63 Exchange Street.
Portland June 23. 1«62.
S. IV. COLES WORTHY,
Has removed his stock of
BOOKS, STATIONERY, PICTURES,
FicUrf Frames, Fiper Kanzinss Finer Goods, it., it.,
TO No. <12 EXC HANGE STREET,
Next door above the British and American Express
Office, where he will accommodate all who may oe in
want of goods in his line, at very low prices.
Book-Binding and Picture-Framing,
GENUINE HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINES,
For sale at the above store bv
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Physicians and Families supplied with Medicines and
books. Cases renewed and vials refilled.
.June 24. 1862, cod6m
THIS desirable mechanical arrangement has now
been in use a sufficient length of time to show
that it gives entire satisfaction ami actually is tlie
more valued the more it is used.
This invention is a step in advance of all others in
the Spring /M department, embracing a little more
of their excelroncies, and yet happily overcoming all
their defects. It is flexible as hair,’ and vet so recu
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ty. It is adapted to the invalid, the aged ami old.
and all who linger in suffering and weakness. They
are made of good material warranted strong and du
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TESTIMONIALS :
Commercial House. Portland. June 16. 1862.
Having introdur^l the •Anderson Spring Bed Bot
tom" into my house, after trial. 1 pronounce it to bo
an easy and healthy bed. I am using several kinds
of spring bod bottoms, but consider the Anderson
fully c<jual if uot better than flu- best.
N. J. DAVIS, Proprietor.
We have introduced several of the justlv celebrat
ed “Anderson Spring Bed Bottom" to otir sleeping
apartments. We give this spring lw*d bottom a decid
ed preference over any and all o the re we have ever
used. Our guests speak 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 & son,
May 12,1863. Franklin House, Bangor, Me.
HaVing become fully satisfied of the benefit of the
"Anderson Spring Bed Bottom.” 1 have purchase
three of them at five dollars each, and do most cheer
fhllv recommend them to the public.
Waterville, May, 1861. Dr. N R. BOUTELL.
Mr. D. K. Frohock has furnished the beds in my
house with the “Anderson Spring Bed Bottom.” ami
I take pleasure in recommending this article as the
■ ...m«i ivmiuuuuif tlllllg
of the kind with which 1 am 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 Bed Bottoms” for the
last three weeks, and must sav it far surpasses any
thing I had anticipated. My wife who is feeble, has
had no good rest for six months till occupying one of
these beds. She would not part with it on auv ac
count. Rev. JOHN A LI.EX.
Farmington, Feb. 28. 18G2.
The Bed Bottom I bought of you fully merits my
expectations, and is fully up to your high recommen
dations. I would cheerfully recommend it to all who
desire to improve their sleeping apartments.
AI STAPLES,
Augusta, April 10, 18G2. A. N. WILLIAMS.
Having tested the “Anderson Spring Bed Bottom,”
I can cheerfully recommend it to all who are in need
of such an article; and 1 believe it to be superior to
anvthing of the kind now in use.
Waterville, April 12, 1802. Rev. E. HAWES.
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Franklin House, Bangor.
Skowhcgau House, Skowhegan.
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Elm worn! House, Waterville.
Litchfield Corner House.
Stoddard House, Farmington.
Revere House, Vassal boro.
Hallowed House, Hallowed.
China House. China.
Franklin House, Augusta.
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Successor to Manning k Brown,
Com miss ion Merchant,
AM* W HOLESALE DEALER IX
FLOUR, PRODUCE, PROVISIONS AND GRAIN,
UNION ST.* Portland.
Portland. June 23. 18d2. dtf
DOLK A MOODY,
GENERAL
Commission Merchants,
AXD WHOLESALE DEALERS IX
FLOUR, CORN AND PRODUCE,
No. 5 Galt Block Commercial Street,
PORTLAND, Me.
ANDREW T. DOLK. FRAXKLIX C MOODY.
June 23. eodtf
I 1 KB 1 C LABS
Serving-Machines.
EMPIRE SHUTTLE.
SLOAT ELIPTIC.
Every Machine fnlly Warranted.
8TORER & CUTLER, General Agents.
A GO Middle Street,
julldtf PORTLAND, Mb.
Warned,
V SITUATION on a Farm for a smart, active boy,
13 year* old, who is used to the business.
For further information inquire at
ja!8—2wd 3-6 COM*BESS STREET.
MEDICAL._
Eclectic tledical Infirmary.
to theTadies.
DR. HUGHES particularly invites all Ladies who
need a medical adviser, to call at his rooms, No.
6 Temple Street, which they will find arranged for
their especial accommodation.
Dr. II.'s Eclectic Renovating Medicines are unrival
led in efficacy and superior virtue in regulating all
Female Irregularities. Their action is specific »nd
certain of producing relief in a short time.
LADIEs will find it invaluable in all cases of ob
structions 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 times.
Sent to any part of the country with full directions,
by addressing f>R. HUGHES,
No. 5 Temple Street, corner of Middle, l'ortland.
N. IV—LADIES desiring may consult one of their
own sex. A lady of experience in constant attend
ance. jul I—3m
DR. HUGHES’
Eclectic medical Infirmary.
Established fttr the. treatment qf those diseases in
Itttfh seres, requiring Experience, Skill, Honor and
deliew•;/.
PRIVATE CONSULTATIONS —Dr. Hughes has
for a number of years confined bis attention to
disease* of a certain class. During his practice be
has treated thousands of cases, aud 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. Hughes is in constant attendance from 8
in the morning until 10 at night, at his office, 5 Tem
ple street. Charges moderate, aud a cure guaranteed
in all cases. Separate rooms, so that no one will be
seen but the Dr. himself. Ilis remedies cure dixetKc
when all other remedies fail: cures without dieting,
or restriction in the habits of thepatieut; cures with
out tin* disgusting and sickening effects of most other
remedies: cures new case* in a fc-w hours; cures with
out the dreadful consequent effect* of mercury, 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 entirely vegeta
ble. and no injurious effect, either constitutionally or
locally, can l»e caused by using them.
YOUNG MEN. who are troubled with seminal
weakness, generally caused by bad habits in vouth.
the effects of which are pam and dizziness in the
head, forgetfulness, sometimes a ringing in the ears,
weak eyes, etc., terminating in consumption or in
sanity if neglected, are speedily and permanently
cured.
All correspondence strictly confidential and will be
returned if desired. Address
DR. J. B. HUGHES,
No. 6 Temple Street, (corner of Middle),
Tortland.
t^*Send stamp for Circular. jull—d&w3m8
[COrYRIOIIT KErCRKD.]
THE GREAT INDIAN REMEDY
FOR FEMALES.
Dr. MATTISUNS INDIAN EMMENAGOGUE.
This celebrated Female Medicine,
possessing virtue* unknown of any
thing else of the kind, aud proving
effectual after all other* have faileo,
is designed for both married and
single LADIES, and i* the very best
thing k nown for the purpose, as it
wiH bring on the monthly *i* ks kss
in cases of obstruction, after all other
remedies of the kind have been tried
iu vain.
£ Stover 2000 BOTTLES have
now been sold without a single fail
ure when takeu as directed, and with
out the least injury to health in any
case.
It is put up in bottles of three dif
ferent strengths with ftill direction*
for usiug, aud seut by express, closely sealed, to all
part* of the country.
1Prices.—Full strength. £10; Half Strength, £5;
Quarter Strength, £3 per bottle.
tJU'Kemctnoer! Ibis medicine Is designed ex
I»re.*lv for 4 InSTIV JTr ftos wllifll .11 ntlmr
edit* of the kiln! have fai let! to cure; also that it ia
warranted as represented in erery respect, or the
price wiil be refunded.
ITBEWA1E OF IMITATION'S! Neae genuine
and warranted unless purchased directly of 1>k. M.
at his REMEDIAL INSTITUTE FOR SPECIAL
DISEASES. No. 28 Union Street. Providence, It. 1.
IJTTlii* speciality embrace* all di*ca*«* of a pri
vate nature (with of MEN and WOMEN, by a regu
larly educated physician of twenty ) ears' practice,
giving his whole attention to them.
CP 'Consultation* by letter or otherwise are strictly
confidential, and medicine* will be sent bv Exprcw.
aacwa from ohaervatfcm, to all part* of tm United
State*. Also, accomimniation* for LADIES from
abroad wishing for a secure and quiet Retreat, with
good cau* until restored to health.
CAUTION.—It has been estimated that over two
hundred thousand dollar* are paid to swindling
quack* annually, iu New England alone, without any
benefit to those who pay it. Most of this sum conn*
out of a class of persons' who are the least able to lose
it, but once paid they can never get it back, and they
are compelled to suffer the wrong in silence, not dar
ing to expose the cheat for fear of exwosinp them
Metres. All this come* from trusting, without inquiry,
to men who are alike d«*titute of honor, character,
and skill, ami whose only recommendation is their
own false and extravagant in praise of
thrmselres. If. therefore, you would avoid being
humbugged, take no man's word, no matter what hi*
professions are. but MAKE INQUIRY It will cost
you nothing, and may save you many regrets; for as
advertising physician*, iu nine case* out of ten are
b>>ffti*. there is ii" ti• f -■ in 1ru-r:uz any of them, un
less you know who and what they are.
fy"i)r. M. will send pkkk, by'enclosing one «tamp
as above, a Pamphlet on DISEASED Or WOMEN,
and on Private Itiseasrs generally; giving moat full
information, with the most undoubted referencen and
testimonials, without which no advertising physician
or medicine of this kind is deserving of axy coxn
DKXCK WHATEVER.
CE"(inlew bv mail promptly attended to. Write
your address plainly, and direct to Dr. II. X. Math
son, a* above.
June 23. dk w2m
- PREPARED BY
L. TI. TITCOMB,
APOTHECARY,
373 Congress Street, - - Portland, Me.
CURES.Dyspepsia,
CORRECTS.Indigestion and Flatulency.
PREVENTS.Liver Complaint*& Bilious Fevers,
RELIEVES.Constipation and Headache,
STR EX(.T H EN S the N ervous System.
July 1, 1HB2. lm
“ BUY ME AND I LL DO YOU GOOD V9
Health and Strength Secured,
BY THE V8K OP TI1K
GREAT STRING AND SIMMER MEDICINE,
Dr. Langley’*
ROOT AND HERB BITTERS.
COMPOSED of Sarsaparilla. Wild Cherry, Yellow
Dock. Prick ley Ash. Thoroug hwort, Rhubarb.
Mandrake, Dandelion, kc., all of which are so com
pounded as to act in concert, and assist Nature in
eradicating disease.
The effect of this medicine is most wonderful—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, purify'ing the blood, cleansing it from all humors
and causing it to course through every part of the
body ; restoring the invalid to health aud usefulness.
They cure and eradicate from the system, Liver Com
plaint. that main wheel of so many diseases, Jaun
dance in its worst forms, all Billions Diseases and
foul stomach, Dyspei»«iu. Costiveuess, all kinds of Hu
mors, Indigestion, Headache, Dizziness. Piles. Heart
burn. Weakness. Pains in the side and bowels. Flatu
lency. Loss of ap|>etite. and a torpid or diseased Liv
er. a disordered Stomach or bad blood, to which all
are more or less subject in Spring and Summer.
More than 90,000 persons nave been cured bv this
medicine. It is hignly recommended by Physicians
everywhere. Try it and vou will never regret it.
Sold bv all dealers in Medicine everywhere at only
25 and 8$ ccuts |>er bottle. Orders address^! to
GEO. C. GOODWIN k CO., Boston.
junc21d4m
Trout & other Fishing Tackle.
ALSO, Guns. Riplks. Kkvoi.vkhs.Cvtlbry and
Spobtino Goods generally.
Repairing aud Stcucii Cutting attended to as usual.
Ci.L. BAILEY,
42 EXCHANGE STREET.
> June 23. eodtf
HOTELS.
B A AT G O It HOUSE,
BANGOR, ME.,
jjffil °- M- SHAW, . . PROPRIETOR,
a I^rKmtf mo,,t <*'ntr*l Horn* In the eity. Near ret
1 to Railroad* and steamboats.
tr"",lJ1,ll'wmD CARRIAGES TO LET j-f
PREBLE HOUSE, - - PORTLANdTme'
Sltaated •• Cnimm, enaer mt
Preble Street,.
THIS I, the largest Hotel in the State, no*,
eeiwing all the modern improvement*, and
J- first claw In every appointment.
TERMS MODERATE. FOR BOARD BY WEEK
OR DAY
CHA8. H. ADAMS, Proprietor.
je23~3m
CENTRAL HOI SK,
E. Cr. Mayo, - - - - Proprietor.
PASSADUMKE AG, MAINE.
THE auhacrilier would very reapectfally an
iiounce to hi* numerous friend*, and tb«
public generally, that daring the temporary
J_eottMuaorj' *u*peiiBk>n of hia buaineaa ho
haa ftirnfshea this well-known house anew, and la
now better than ever prepared to wait upon hia eo»>
town, and hope* by *tnct attention to their wanta
to merit a continuance of the patronage which he has
hitherto received. E. G. MAYO.
1‘aaaadumkeag, June 23,18G2. d&wtf
BATH HOTEL,
By C. M. PLUMMER.
1 386, Washixotoh Sr., Bath.
%*Tenn« SI per day. Stable connected
with house.
Hath, Jane 23,1862. dtf
Summer Retreat,
SOUTH SIDE OP PEAK'S ISLAND,
HENRY M. BRACKETT, - - Proprietor.
OPEN for Genteel Bonrdera—three miles
from Portland—within thirty rods of the
(icemn—with good opportunitie* for fishiag,
,| - a-bathingand water excursion,. A Steam*
Ji er run, from Portland dallv. Experienced
tmen in ettendauc. je25*8w
SAGADAHOCK HOUSE,
Alfred Carr, - • Proprietor,
BATH, MAINE.
; TI1F. Pity of Bath to one of the heaittiieet
localitie, on the eoaat of Maine—dcligbtlU*
Iv nituated on the Kennebec, twelve miles
;_ > from the tea, and afford, one of the moat
inviting retreat, from the duet and turmoil of oar
large cities.
Ihe Saoa DA HOOK to one of the finest, moat me*
ciow, and beat appointed Hotel, in the State, located
within three minute, walk of the Depot, steamboat
Landing, post office, t uatem Knew. Ac., being di
rectly in the butaeea centre of the City.
Term* Moderate by the Week ar Day.
Itath, Jnne 23. 1862. dtf
DIRIGO EATUG HOUSE^
No. 7 MILK STREET. * - * TORT LAND, ME.
JOHN ROBINSON, Proprietor.
Every Delicacy of the Season
Served op at all hoar..
TURTLE SOUP, TUESDAY AND FR1DAT.
BROOK TROUT and nil kiedtafUAME
Served to order.
; FINE APPLE LEMONADE.
STRAWBERRY LEMONADE.
£7" Frog* Served to Order. -£Z
Meal, to Keoulab Boabderr at Reduced Rate*,
open every Suuday from 8 to 1. ami from 2 tot
o'clock. Je23eittr
IN SURANCE.
HATH MUTUAL
JIarine Insurance Company.
OFFICE UNDER THE SA(.ADAIIOCK HOUSE,
FRONT SIREET.
THE President and Directors of the Bath Mutual
Marine Insurance Company give notice that fheir
Capital .-stock amounts to
#300,000 ;
And that they are prepared to make insurance on the
mutual principle, agaiust marine rinks, not exceeding
$10,000 in any One Risk.
DIRECTOR* :
John Patten, Wm. Drummond. G. E. R. Patten,
Oliver Moses, Sam'l I. Robinson, E. K. Harding,
M. F. Gannett, Arthur Sewall, J. P. Morse,
J H Mcl^llaii. Lewis Blackmer, l>avid Patten,
Jas. F. Patten, S. A. Houghton. J. C. Jameson.
E. K. HARDING. President.
E. C. HIDE. Secretary.
Bath, July 3. 1*2. d6m
FIRE II8VBAICC
WtRRFA SPARROW,
ORrr 74 M kMIe, car* sf Exekaage SiM
PORTLAND. ME.,
Agent of the following First Clam Insurance Co’t:
National Insurance Company,
j Of Boston. • - Cash Capital and Surplus, 9600,000.
Republic Fire Inanrance Company,
| Of New York. - - Cash Capital and Surplus, 9813,000.
Relief Fire Insurance Company.
' Of New York. • • Cash Capital aud Surplus, 93&0.000.
Equitable Fire and Marine Ins* Co.,
Of Providence.
Perfect Security, which ought alwsys to be the
4rut omtuleratum in effecting insurance, ' is hers of
fered to the public, at the lou'rgt m/n t\f premium
adopted by »>mml and retpontibl* companies.
Office in "Boyd’s Building," opposite Post Offlcs.
June 23. dkwtf
P O R T Ia A N D
Mutual Fire Insurance Company.
fllHIS Company continue to insure property on
X terms as favorable as those of any reliable com
pany.
AH policies upon which six premiums have been
paid, are renewed annually free of premium to the
policy holder.
Those desiring insurance will do well to call and
ascertain the terms before insuring elsewhere.
Oflrr 103 Middle Street.
CHARLES HOLDEN. Preiidmt.
Edward Shaw, Secretary.
June 23. cod8m
Notiro of l'omi(Hinn‘.
WHEREAS Freeman Whitney. late of Portland,
in the County of Cumberland, on the sixteenth
vmy Jiarcn, convfj ru so jutuk . ning.oi
Portland. in fee and in mortgage, a certain tract or
parcel of laud, situated iu Portland aforesaid, and
oouuded as follows, to wit: Beginning on the West
erly line of Hanover Street, tlurtv-nine feet from the
northerly corner of the lot said Whitney purchased
of Robert F. Dyer, by deed dated Nov. 28. 1868—
thence southerly ou the line of .'aid street, thirty-one
feet—and from these two poiuts running westerly,
keeping the even width of thirty-one feet, ninety
eight feet more or Ism. to the land of the Larrabee
heirs, as appears by the records of said deed in the
< uinberland County Record, in Book 981 page 269:
And whereas the said Jaims K. King, on the third
day of July, 18H2, bv his deed of that date, assigned
and transferred said mortgage and said property to
Eliza L. Whitney of said Portland, as appears bv the
record of said deed, in the Cumberland Record*, in
Book 814 page 82: And whereas, the condition of said
mortgage has been broken. I, Eliza L. Whit nee, as
signee of said mortgage, hereby claim a foreclosure
or the same for breach of the condition, according to
the statute iu such case provided.
ELIZA L. WHITNEY.
Portland, July 14. 1*3. w3w4
CONdSBESS STREET SEMINARY,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND MISSES.
Miss E. L. Whittier, • • Principal.
THE A IT V MX SESSION wilt comim-ner S*pt.
8th, and Continue 15 weeks.
Prior to July 21st. fall information can be obtained
of the Principal. 341* i ongress Street Hours from
8 to 1 o'clock, except Saturday s. After that time ap
plication itav be made at 40 State Street.
Portland, June 23, 1882. 2awl0w <4
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