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PORTLAND DAILY PRESS.
VOL- L PORTLAND, ME., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1862. NO, 34. PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T. OILMAN,, JOSEPH B. HALL, ) Is published at No. 82} EXCHANGE STREET, hi FOX BLOCK, by FOSTER, OILMAN and HALL, Under the firm name of N. A. FOSTER A CO. T e r m s: fiiE Portland Daily Press is published every morning, (Sundays excepted), at 96,00 per year in ad ance. Rates of Advertising: Transient Advertisements, 91.00 per square, fbr three insertions or less; exceeding three, and not more than one week, 91.25 per square; 76 cents per week after. One square every other day one week, 91.00; 60 cents por week after. Exhibitions, kc., under head of Amusements, 12.00 per square per week. Special Notices, 91.60 per square for first week, t 91.00 per week after. Business Notices, in reading columns, 12 cents per line for aue insertion. No charge less than fifty cents. 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 addition to the above rates fbr each insertion. Transient advertisements must be paid for in ad vance. t#~ All communications intended for the paper should be directed to the “Editor/ qf the Prenitand those of a business character to the Pub/inherg. EF~The Portland Daily and Maine State Press Office, in Fox Block, No. 821 Exchange Street, is open at all hours during the day and eve- ' ning, from 7 o’clock in the morning to 9 in the eveuing. tr Job Printing of every description executed j with dispatch; and all business pertaining to fhe of fice or paper promptly transacted on application as H above. COMMUNICATIONS. For tho Portland Daily Press. Conniption in High Places. "I have not the slightest doubt on earth,” said John P. Hale, in discussing the case of Senator Simmons, of Kltodeisland, “that gentlemen whoare eommonlv | considered as occupying higher positions than mem- ! hors of ( degress—i mean mcmls'rs of the Cabinet, to be plain, because I lind that if you mian to tie under- i stood you must use plain language,—members of the ; Cabinet have prostituted their places to tile grossest favoritism for tho purimso of beuodttlng their friends iu the bestowal of contracts.” Messrs. Editors:—1 find the above quota tion in the Argus, accompanied with the fol lowing comment: “When so ingrained an abolitionist as John P. Hale, makes such admissions, ought the the smaller fry of politicians to denounce as traitors or quaxi rebels, democrats who object j to the same thing, and who denounce efforts j to make abolition primary, and nationality and constitutional law secondary? We think not.” Now, Messrs. Editors, I do not lteiieve tliat any Democrat has been denounced ltecause he objected to sucli corruptions as Mr. Hale s]ieaks of; nor can I see what particular con nection there is, necessarily or naturally, be tween abolition (of slavery) and executive or Cabinet corruptions. To lie more particular— Mr. Buchanan was certainly not an abolition ist, in any sense; yet there were some spuri ous contracts in which the initials J. B. fig ured largely. Floyd and Thompson flourished in his day, and they were no abolitionists.— Jeff Davis Wits in Pres. Pierce's Cabinet, as Secretary of War,— and everybody under stands now that corruption and treason were the order of the day iu the War Department, under Davis and Floyd. Surely Pierce and Davis were no abolitionists. It happens that Mr. Hale has been in the Senate long enough to know something of three or four administrations, and what he says above are not merely admissions, but as sertions that Cabinets may be corrupt, and sometimes are so! He does not exempt any party, and no one but a rogue or a fool will pretend that all the men of any party are nec vnoai iij jj'uiVt Senator Simmons was a Whig, never an ab olitionist, that we heard of; and he speaks of suoh conduct as his among Senators as if it had been common; no doubt he tells some truth about it. And yet we know that only a few years ago the few abolitionists in the Sen ate were shut out of all committees because they belonged to “no healthy organization.” Senator Hale is right in exposing and con tWWIlBjr'TIie'Pornjption in Cabinet officers, eveu though they be Republicans, or abolition ists. I shall not find fault with him for it; nor shall I And fault with the Argus, and the “qua si-rebels” for the same thing. But when these latter gentlemen, and their a|mlogi*ts, insinuate that such corruption is a new thing, and peculiar to those now accused, I shall remind them and the public that the leading Senators and Secretaries of the late administrations, now among the leading rebel*, were not abolitionists, but were as arrant a set of rascals as ever went unhung. They (railed themselves Democrats, and were ac knowledged by the party, and trusted with high offices; but they played into the hands of those who were then planning the slave em pire which they are flghting to establish on the ruins of our republic, and to fasten on the necks of our people. Every uiar. who takes their side of the con troversy is a gross traitor and rebel, however plausibly he may pretend to lie for the nation und the constitution.—and however he may deceive himself, he can hardly deceive his neighbors. We know, if he does not. the difference be tween freedom und slavery, right and wrong. We know what power makes war upon us, and the allies of that power canuot easily persuade us that black is white. Freeman. Letter from Louisiana. The following is a copy of a private letter which we-are |>ermitted to publish in our col umns : Fort Jackson, (La.,) July 15, 18(12. We at last made a move although hut a short distance, and not much to choose between Ship Island and this place. We have swapped saml for mud, and the mud is as plentiful here as the sand was there. We left Ship Island the 8th, having been on tlie Island just 4 months, ami ure now glad to leave, even for a worse place. We can see here what our fleet can do, but with the man lier of guns this fort mounts, 1 do not see how the Aeet ever succeeded in getting past. The fort is about ruined; fragments of masonry, shells, and quantities of grape, canister and round shot, lie in every hole and corner. The furnaces are full of shot now that were heating during the battle. The blood stains art; yet plain to lie seen on the parapet, and, to judge by them, I should think the dead must have been numerous. It is said that they buried a great many in the holes made by our shells, consequently we never shall know how many were killed. There were said to be 800 men here. and. from the look* of the Fort, it seems as though half of them must have been killed. Our regiment is now pretty well split up. Two Companies remain on Ship Island; one lias gone to Fort Pike, the entrance to Lake Ponchartrain; one to Fort Macomb, (on the Lake,) two to Fort St. Phillip, (just opposite here.) one to Quarantine, (six miles above,) ami three here, (Companies G, H and I.) Major Grover has command here, Lieut. Col. Hasel tine at St. Phillip, Col. Rust at Ship Island, and it is understood that Gen. Dow goes to Quar antine, although he is here to-day. We have about thirty prisoners, most of them rather hard characters. One is sentenced to ball and chain for life, another to ball and chain twenty one years, another live years. Interesting prospect ahead for them. S. (From our Regular Correspondent.] Letter from the Camp. Camp near Harrison Landing, ) 3d Brigade, Smith’s Division, July 24,1862. j All is quiet here. No enemy in force is near us. The nearest rebel pickets are about three miles from us. Their main army seems to be at or near Richmond, and there they may be waiting for us to attack them. Well, they may have to wait some time for that. The plan of both parties in this war is rather of the defensive than of the offensive kind. Our offi cers may think this is right, but somehow the rank and file do not “sec it.” The soldiers would like vigorous measures of some kind. Delays, as the proverb lias it, are dangerous. I will not say that we are in a dangerous or unsafe position; that is, iu a military sense. It is of no use to deny that our location is very unhealthy. We are obliged to use poor water; besides, we do not breathe a pure air. Sick ness prevails to a great extent and is on the increase. We need a change of place, where men may recover health and strength. It is rumored that our ramping ground may he changed soon. It is desirable that this should lie done soon, for our brigade has not two tliirds of its men tit for active duty. Our brigade was paid off for the months of March and April, about the 10th hist. Lately we received pay for two months before, mak ing four months pay in the course of two weeks. nrmlont rtnns Imrn tnVrnn cam to ann.l home a large part of tlieir money, where it will do much good; while not a few have apoiit their wages very foolishly indeed. The sut lers have lioon reaping a rich harvest from the soldiers. Sutlers’ prices are so enormous that it seems nought but a soldier, who can face a cannon's mouth, or ^ rebel bayonet charge, can have the courage to (Sice them. Only think of a man in his senses paying from forty to one hundred cents a pound for cheese—a strong price for an article still utronrjer—do. for butter, forty cento and upwards for crack ers. or very plain cakes; seventy-five cento for a [lint of apple sauce; from two to five centa for small herrings; thirty feats a pound for poor mackerel, <&c. In fact, hardly a sutler sells an article tit to be eaten, and most of tlieir eatables are decid edly unwholesome. One private in the 7th Maine is said to have sjient about $90 in one week, principally at the sutlers.’ Many cases /if similar extravagance might lie mentioned. Why need soldiers be subjected to such im positions? They seem to bo regarded as le gitimate objects for uny shark to bite, or de vour. Cannot our State hurry up her quota of the 300,000? We are beginning to grow tired of waiting for help from the loyal States, and arc anxiously waiting for Pope, or Burnside, or! some other General, to form a junction with ’ McClellan's army. God speed the time. “Ex jierienee is a dear school, but tools will learn in no other;” thus saith the proverb. It will apply. I am sorry to say, to our nation, as well as to individuals. Years ago, a little wisdom and firmness on the part of our rulers would have prevented this dire calamity of civil war. They would not be wise, nor their constituents either, so here we are going through the fierce I ordeal of war, and here 1 am at the end of my I communication. 1). ________ I PENSIONS, BOUNTY IN ONE Y, Bark Pay, &cH IJ* >B service in the present w ar. obtained for Soldier* and Sailor*, their Widows and Heir*, from the Uni ted Stati*s Government, on application in pcrsou or by letter to BRADFORD & IIARMON, No. 88 Exchange St., Portland, Maine. Having devoted our attention exclusively to the Pen sion business for the last twenty year*, and having a reliable Agency in Washington,’we are enabled to prosecute all claim* against the Government with promptness and despatch, and on very reasonable terms, making no charge until the claim is obtained. FREEMAN BRADFORD, Z. K. llARMoN Portland, June20th. d&wtf. HOMESTEADS FOR $2o7 THE MISSOURI LAND COMPANY have pur chased from the Hannibal k St. Joseph Railroad Company a large tract of land iu Northern Missouri, adjoining the flourishing town of Hamilton, < aid well County, for fanning and manufacturing purposes, and have divided their property into lots ami farm*. They are offered to subscribers in shares of £20 each. Maps, w ith full information, can be had by calling on EDWARD SHAW, Agent, 102 Middle Street, Portland. June 23. dtf IMew Drug Store I ntOSJUV A POOR, HAVE (.ken .(orn, ,V». 75 Midrtlr Street, (fox Block,) and respectfully invite public at tention to their large ami well selected stoca of Drugs, Chemicals, Fancy Goods, &c., And solicit a share of public patronage, trusting , that by furnishing the pure* chemical*aud best stock ot drugs the market affords, and a careful attention I in the dispensary department, to merit the confidence of the public. CHAP K. GROSMAN. Je24tf THOS. H. POOR. SAMUEL ADLAM, Jr„ -DEALER IN Parlor, CDamGer I3 L A 11ST FURNITURE, Importer and Dealer in China, Crockery & Glass Ware, Britannia Wirt, Table Cutlery, ind Mated Witr, And a General Assortment of HOUSE-KEEPING GOODS. rilliE attention of purchasers is invited to the large A. and desirable stock of House-keeping Good* now in store, r> above, comprising us it does nearly every article usually neodod in the Furniture and Crockery Departments. Being one of the largest stock* in the Rtafe, put chasers can find almost any variety of rich, ' medium and low-priced goods, suitcil to their differ ent wants. 1 hose commencing housekeeping can obtain a com plete outfit at this establishment, without the trouble and loss of time usually attending a selection of this kind ; and the subscrilier is confident that, combining as lie d«r* the various branches of house-furnishing business, he can offer good* at prices that will not iail of proving satisfactory on examination. 138 and 140 Middle Street, Portland. June 28.1*12. dtf PLEASURE PARTIES. RSloNlSTS visiting the Islands, supplied A with stores at the shortest notice. Orders solicited. 180 Fore Street nenr foot of Exehnniir. ( ALDERWOOD k BECKETT. Portland. June 23. dtf WANTED. MSM ALL RENT, of five or six rooms, near i the business part of the city. Enquire at (hi. olhcp. I BOOKS & STATIONERY. BLANK ACCOUNT BOOKS! Manufactured and for Sale by BAILEY & NOYES, 66 AND 68 EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND. Journal*, Ledger*, Invoice, Sale*, Memorandum, Cash, Record, Dockets, Letters, Masonic and Church Collectors Hooks. Wo make to order every kind of Blank Book used by Hanks, Insurance and Railroad Companies, Ho tels, •Steamboats, Factories and Counting Houses. STATIONERY. Letter, note. Cap and Record papers, Envelopes— white and huff, Hold Pens, .Steel reus, &c., Ac. Ev ery article at lowest rates. Wk Huy fok Cask and Sell Cheat. BAILEY & NOYES, 56 and 58 Exchange Street. Portland. June 23,1862. dtf 53 EXCHANGE ST. g"! BLANK BOOK AND STATIONERY, —AND— IA ■ r* IV HA AU l.iU WAREHOUSE ! Evtabliubed in 1825. Premium Blank Books on hand and made to order, of every variety of style and finish. From our long experience, we are enabled to offer to the trade and our customers bi tter bargains in quality and prices, than can be found in any other establishment in tho State. Our stock of STATIONERY Is selected with the greatest care from the best For eign and American House*, and embraces every arti cle needed 4ur public offices, ('minting Houses and private use**, and at lowest prices. ROOM PAPERS Of every variety, quality and price, embracing all the various styles of gold pajiera manufactured, to gether with a full stock of Latins, medium* and com mon i>apers—the largest stock to lie found in this market, at lowest market prices. School Books of every kind in use at wholesale prices. HALL L. DAVIS, 63 Exchangk Stbket. Fort laud Juno 23,1302. S. II. COI.ESWOKTIIV, Ha, removed hi, ,tock of BOOKS. STATIONERY, PICTURES, Fictirt Frants, Paper Han-ian Fluty Goods, At., Ac., TO No. 81 EXCHANGE STKKF.T, Next door above the British and American Express office, where lie will accommodate all who may be in want of good* 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. Physicians and Families supplied with Medicines and books. < axe# renewed and vials refilled. June 21. 1832, eoddrn THIS desirable mechanical arrangement has now been in use n Miffieicnt length of time to show that it gives entire satisfaction and actually is the more valued the more it is used. This inveution is a step in ad\ ance of all others in the Spring Brd department, embracing a little moro of their excelrencfes, ami yet happily overcoming all their defects. It is flexible as hair,' and vet so wu pcrative as to bring itself into ntace with 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 go.nt material warranted strong and du rable, and not liable to get out of order. TESTIMONIALS : Commercial House, Portland. June Id. 1*62. Having introduced the “Anderson Spring Bed Bot tom” into my house, after trial, I pronounce it to be an easy and healthy bed. I am using several kimis of spring t»ed bottoms, hut consider the Anderson fully equal if not better than the best. N- J. DAVIS, Proprietor. We have introduced several of the justly celebrat ed "Anderson Spring Bed Bottom" to otir sleeping apartments. We give this spring bed bottom a decid ed preference over any and all otbere we have ever used. Our guests speak of them ill the highest terms. We recommend their use to all hotel keepers w ho de sire the comfort of their guests. w. d. McLaughlin a son. May 12,1863. Frankliu House, Bangor, Me. Having become fully satisfied of the benefit of the “Anderson Spring Bed Bottom,” 1 have purchased throe of them at five dollars each, and do most cheer fully recommend them to the public. Watervilie, May, 1861. Du. N. R. BOUTELL. Mr. P. K. Fro hock ha* furnished the bed* in my house with the “Anderson Spring Bed Bottom,” and I take pleasure in recommending this article a* the most convenient, economical and comfortable thing of the kind with which 1 am acquainted. a. ii. a bBurr, 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 anv thing 1 hud anticipated. My wife, who is feeble, lias had no good r«**t tor six months till occupying one of these beds. She would not part with it on anv ac count. Kiev. JOHN ALLEN. Farmington, Feb. 28, 1862. The Bed Bottom I bought of you fully merits my ex]>ectatiotis, and is fully up to vour higfi recommen dation*. 1 would cheerfully recommend it to all who desire to improve their sleeping apartments. AI STAPLES. Augusta, April 16, 1862. A. N. WILLIAMS. Having tested the "Anderson Spring Bed Bottom,” I can cheerfully recommend it to all who are iu need of such an article: and I believe it to be superior to anything of the kind now in use. Watervilie, April 12, 1862. R*v. E HAWES. Testimonials similar to the ubovc have been re ceived from the proprietors of the following public houses- • Peuohsot Exchange, Bangor. F'i anklin Home, Baa Sk«*w began House, Skow began. Lewiston House, Lewiston. Winthrop I louse. Winthrop. Elmwood House. Watervilie. Litchfield Corner Iiou*e. Stoddard House. Farmington. Revere House. Vassalboro. Ilallowell llou^e, llallowell. i 'hina House. China F ranklin House, Augusta. Cushnoe House. Augusta. Abbott’s School. F'arinington. Eaton Boys’ Boarding School, Kent’s Hill. jullTiiGm PRINTING._ RE310V A L! ’ THE BOOK -AHD JOB PBINT1NG E stablish-inent. FOSTER Sr CUSHINGj Has been removed from the office over Casco Bank, | to the office of the DAILY PRESS, CORNER OF MIDDLE AND EXCHANGE STS., FOX BLOCK. Directly over the 3fagnetic Telegraph Office, Fourth Story, where all varieties of Plain and Fancy Job Work, Will be promptly atteuded to on the most liberal terms. ENTRANCE - - 82J EXCHANGE STREET, Order* left at the counting-room of the Daily Pres* and Maiue Slate Press, head of first flight of stairs, will be promptly attended to. Cy The office is supplied with FAST PRESSES AND STEAM POWER, And its capacity and facilities for doing work in good style arc equal to any in the City or State. N. A. FOSTER & CO. July IT, 1S«2. dlf THE PORTLAND DAILY PRESS STEAM POWER Book and Job Printing Office, No. 821 EXCHANGE STREET, Fox Block, * * Second Floor, PORTLAND, MAINE. The Proprietors of the Portland Daily Prk*s respectfully invite attention to their facilities for exe cuting, iu beautiful style, every description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING! Their Establishment is furnished 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 SHORTEST NOTICE. j BILL-HEADS RULED AND CUT IN THE NEATEST MANNER. Billets & Circulars in Every Variety of Type. BANK-CHECKS, NOTES, AND BILLS OF LADING. TAGS 1TERCED WITH HOLES A GLl'TENEl) WHEN DESIRED. Polioiee Printed and Pound for Inmiranue Companies. Deeds, Law Briefs, Equity Cases, Autl other LAW DOCUMENT# executed with Dispatch. Bronze, Colored, and all other kinds of Printing, y Executed in t&sto to suit the most fastidious. W E D D I N (i AND AD D K E 8 S CARD 8 Uur Styles are uusurpassed. SHOP BILLS, PROGRAMMES, A3it> ALL SORTS OF HAND BILLS. I’ortland, June 26, latj2. daw BUSINESS_CARDS. »K. C. Til 0 91 AS, ^Magnetic Physician, PAINS AND AC'IIES relieved, and the nature atid location of Diseases describe*! and point's! out, without any knowledge derived from the patient, by simply lav ing the band upon the bead, or sitting in the presence of tho patient. Examinations from $1 to $3. RESIDENCE No. 30 CHESTNUT ST., PORTLAND ju)26tf JOHN W. 9ICNGEK, NOTARY PUBLIC, WILL be pleased to NOTE, EXTEND and RE CORD any protest that may be wanted bv the commercial community. A share of business is res pectfully requested. PORTLAND, OFFICE 106 MIDDLE STREET. JuIlT—d3w BREED A TtTKEY, — IRPORTKRS or — Lastings, Serges, Elastic Gnssettings, AND FINDINGS, MANUFACTURERS of BOOTS & SHOES, ALSO, KID AND GOAT STOCK, 60 Union, four doon from Middle Street, c. II.BRKKU. PORTLAND, ME. j.o.tckey. je30—3md& vr JOHN LYNCH A CO., "Wholesale Grocers, - AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, GRANITE STORES.COMMERCIAL .STREET, (Opposite head of Widgery’s Wharf,) Parllaad. Mr. JOHN LYNCH, PKLEO BARKEN, THOM. LYNCH. jc23dtf « IliLlAJl tAPfcl, SIGN PAINTER, Half War Dona Willow Street, PORTLAND, ME. Jnnp 23. d3m JOMSi B. BROWN & SONS, Sugar PL efinery, TURK STREET, PORTLAND, ME. JeSSdtf ALBERT WEBB A CO^ • DEAL ERA IX Corn, Flour and Grain, HEAD OF MERRILL'S WHARF. Commercial Street, - - 1‘ortlnnil. Me. je23tf H U. II. H. H ATCH, 141 Middle Street. - - Portland, Me. Manufacturing Jeweler, AND SILVERSMITH. Also, Dealer in Watches. Jewelry ami .Silver Ware. Portland. June 23. 18*52. tf Marble "Work. J. It. TIIO.IPSO N, Is prepared to receive orders for Marble, Free Stone, Soap Stone, Marble Chimney Pieces. Monumental Work and Grindstones. Caraer of Pearl and Federal Sts.. j«*23tf POUT LAND, ME. J. L. WINSLOW, Agent, MANUFACTURER OF Steam Engines, Steam Boilers, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF MACHINERY, Steam Cocks, Valves. Pipe* and Connections, Whole sale or Ketail. STEAM AND GAS FITTING, Done in the bent manner. Work. 0 Union St., and 233 & 235 Fore St., JnMdtf PORTLAND, ME. hanso nsr, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER, No. 31 Exchange Street, Portland, Me. tV~ Order* •olieited. je30—3m L. J. CROSS, 141 M i daily Siren, - • Hart In nd, Me. Watch-Maker, —X. B.—All work bein* promptly and person - ally atteudesi to, is warranted to Rive iborouch *nliv fuetion. JpJStf DOLE <V MOODY, GENERAL Commission Merchants, AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IX FLOUR, CORN AND PRODUCE, No. 5 Galt Block Commercial Street, PORTLAND, Me. AXDRJBW T. DOI.K. FRANKLIN C MOODT. June 23. eodtf H. J. D. LARRABEE A TO., Manufacturers, Importer*. and Wholesale and Re- | tail Dealers iu Picture Frames, Engravings, ARTISTS’ MATERIALS, Ac. Manufacturers of ORNAMENTAL GILT FRAMES. For Oil l’aiutings aud Looking Glasses. CONSTANTLY OX HAND, Pier and Oval Frames, with French Mirrors; Gilt, Fbony and Imitation Rosewood Frames, both Oral aud Square, for Engraving* and Photogiaphs, at low prices aud warranted satisfactory. JUST RECEIVED, A very choice collection of Fine F.ngravings and Lithographs, which we shall be happy to show to any who may call. Our Assortment of Artists’ Materials I* very extensive, being of the N**t manufnetiire, such as Winsor & Newton's Oil and Water ( olors, | Brushes, Drawing Pujiers, Pencils, Crayons, Oils and Varnishes, Mathematical Instruments, Ac. Our stock embraces all articles in this line, and is the largest ami best selected in the State, ami we of fer the l>«*st inducements to dealers and photograpers, both as to quality of goods aud as to prices. PARTIES WISHING TO PURCHASE Will bo ehoerftilly furnished with our ( atalogue, which contains a complete list. A large assortment of Oval, Gilt. Walnut. Fbony and ROSEWOOD MOULDINGS, Con.staiitly on hand. R. J. D. LARRABEE & CO., No. 011 Exchange Street* June 23, 1808. tf <ocavi:*to\i:*. CT OOI) Bargains will be given to those who wish ! V to purchase Gravestone* or Monuments of anv i description. Those who will favor me with a call } shall be satisfied that they arc buying a good article at the lowest price. Shop on Forest Avenue, near Evergreen Cemetery, Stevens’ Plains. je30—3m J. H. COOK. MEDICAL. Eclectic Medical Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. 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 and certain of producing relief iu a short time. LADIES will find it invaluable in all cases of ob structions after all other remedies have been tri«*d in vain. It is purely vegetable, containing nothing in the least injurious to the health, aud may be taken with perfect safety at all times. Sent to any part of the country with fall directions, by addressing DR. HUGHES. No. 6 Temple Street, corner of Middle, Portland. N. R.—LADIES desiring may consult one of their own sex. A lady of experience iu constant attend ance._ jull—3m [COPYRIGHT SECURED.] THE GREATINDIAN REMEDY FOR FEMALES. Dr. MATTISON'S INDIAN KMMKNAGOGLE. This aM'rated Frm.le Medicine, possessing virtues unknown of any thing else of the kind, and proviug effectual after all others have faileif, is designed for both married and single ladies, and is the very best tiling known for the purpose, as it will bringou the monthly sickness in cases of obstruction, after all other remedies of the kind have becu tried in vain. tyOver 2000 BOTTLES have now been sold without a single fail ure when taken 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 full directions for using, and sent by express, closely sealed, to all parts of the country. Prices —Full strength, 210; Half Strength, 25; Quarter Strength, 23 per bottle. IF Remember! lhis medicine is designed ex pressly for obstinate Oases, which all other rem edies of the kind hare failed to cure; also that it is warranted as represented in every respect, or the price will l>e refunded. Ur-BEWAREOF IMITATIONS! Neiegonuine and warranted unless purchased directly <f 1>r. M. at his REMEDIAL INSTITUTE FOR SPECIAL DISEASES, No. 28 Union Street, Providence, R. I. hJT Utla speciality embraces all dim*aso* of a pri vate nature both of MEN and WOMEN, by a regu larly educated physician of twenty years’ practice, giving his whole attention to them. Ur ConsnltatJoos by letter or otherwise are strictlr confidential, and medicines will be sent by Express, secure from observation, to all parts of tlie United States. Also, accommodations 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 hundred thousand dollars are paid to swindling quacks annually, in New England alone, without any benefit to those who pay it. Most of this sum conies out of a class of persons' who are the least able to lose it, but once paid then can nerer get it had, and tliey are compelled to suffer the wrong in silence, not dar ing to expose the cheat for fear of eruosinq them selves. All this coinc* from trusting, without inquiry, to men who are alike destitute or honor, character, and skill, and whose only recommendation is their own false and extra* agaut assertions, iu praise of thein*>Ires. If. therefore, you would avoid being humbugged, take no man’s word, no matter what hts professions are, but MAKE INQUIRY :—it will cost you nothing, and may save you many regrets; for as advertising physicians, iu nine cases out of tcu arc bogus, there is no safety iu trusting any if them, uu Icss you know who and what they are. fc^ Dr. M. will wild free, by enclosing one stamp as above, a Pamphlet on DISEASED OF WOMEN , and on Private IHseases generally; giving most fall information, with the m<>«r niulouhtrd references and testimonials, without which uo advertising physician or medicine of this kind is deserving of any confi dence whatever. tyordeni by mail promptly attended to. Write your address plainly, aud direct to Dr. II. N. Matti bon, as above. dune 23._ d&w2rn UK. IIMiltEV Eclectic medical Infirmary. EstaJdished for the treatment of those disease* in bf>th sexes, requiring Experience, Skill, Honor and delicacy. PRIVATE CONSULTATIONS.—Dr. Hughes has for a number of years continent hi- attention to disease's of a certain class. During his practice he has treated thousands of cases, and in uo instance has he met with a failure. The remedies are mild, and there is uo interruption of business or change of diet. Dr. Hughes is in constaut attendance from 8 in the morning uutil 10 at night, at his office. 5 Tem ple street. Charges moderate, and a cure guaranteed iu all case*. Separate rooms, so that no one will be seen but the Dr. himself. His remedies cure disease when ail other remedies fail: cures without dieting, or restriction in the habits of the patient; cures with out the disgusting and sickening effect* of most other remedies; cures new cases iu a few hours; cures with out the dreadAil consequent effects of mercurv, but is sure to annihilate the rank and poisonous tamt that the blood is sure to absorb, unless the proper remedy is used. The ingrodicut* are entirely vegeta ble. and no injurious effect, either constitutionally or locally. can lx- caused by using them. YOUNG MEN. who are troubled with seminal weakness, generally caused bv bad habits in youth, the effects of which are pa(n 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. R. HK.IIKS. No. 5 Temple Street, (corner of Middle). 1’ortland. UT Send stamp for Circular. jnll — dft w3m3 -PRKPARID BY L. II. TITCOMB, APOTHECARY, 373 Foii;rm Street, • - Portland, Me. I CURES.1 )vnp<‘p»i», C'OKREtTS.Indigestion and Flatulency. PREVENTS.Liver Com plaints & Bilious Fevers, j RELIEVES.( oust ipai ion and Headache, STRENGTHENS the Nervous System. July 1, 1882. lm “ BUY ME ~AXD I'LL DO YOU GOOD !” Health and Strength Scoured, BY TUB t'BB OB TUB CHEAT STRING AND SIMMER MEDICINE, Dr. Langley’» ROOT AND HERB BITTERS. C10MT0SED of Sar-apariHa. WiM Cherry, Yellow l Dock, Prick ley Ash, Thoroughwort, Rhubarb. Mandrake. Dandelion, & c.. all of w hich are so com pounded u- to act iu concert, and assist Nature iu eradicating disease. The effect of this medicine is most w underfill—it acts directly upon the bowels ami blood, by removing all obstructions from the iuterual organs, stimulating them into healthy action, renovating the fountains of life, purifying the blood, cleansing it from all humor* and causing it to course through every part of the body ; restoring the invalid to health and useffclness. They cure and eradicate from t he «y«t.»m. Liver ( • >ui plaiut, that main wheel of so many diseases. Jaun dance iu its worst forms, all Billious Diseases and foul stomach. Dyspepsia, Coetiveuess, ail kinds of Hu mors, Indigestion, Headache, Dizziness, Piles, Heart burn, Weakness. Pains in the side and bowels. Flatu lency. Loss of appetite, and a torpid or diseased Liv er, a disordered Stomach or bad blood, to which all are more or less subject iu Spring and Summer. More than 20,000 person* nave been cured bv thi* medicine. It is highly recommended by Physicians everywhere. Try it and yon will never regret it. Sold bv all dialer* iu Medicine everywhere at only 25 ami 38 cents per bottle. Ordets addressed to GEO. C. GOODWIN k CO., Boston. june21dim FOR YOUNG LADIES AM) MISSES. _ Miss £. L. Whittier, • • Principal. rilHE AUTUMN SESSION will commence Sept. 1 X 8th, and l outiuuc 15 weeks. Prior to July 21st, foil information ean be obtained of the Principal, 849 Congress Street. Hours from 8 to 1 o'clock, except Saturdays. After that time ap plication mav Ik* made at 40 State Street. Portlaud, Juue 23, 1882. 2awl0w _HO TELS. bancor house, BASGOB, ME., O. M. SHAW, - - PROPRIETOR, . I1'frjr*t' ,mn,t emfral Honae in the city. Xonreat to KailrotdH and Steamboats. Unhorses and carriages to let, m* ju!16—3in PREBLE HOUSE, - - PORTLAND, mF. Sliwaoed laairvu, corner of Preble Street*. THIS lathe larged Hotel in the 8tate, poa "«einr nil the modern improvement!, nod "rat clnaa in every appointment. TERMS MODERATE,'F<)R BOARD BT WEEK Jtffl^lhn^** Proprietor. CENTRAL HOUSE, E. O. Mayo, .... Proprietor. P ASSAD tXMKEAO, MAINE. THE aubacriber would very reapeetfhlly an non nee to hia nnmeroua frienda, and the public generally, that during the temporary 1-,-Icompulaory anapenaion of hia buaineaa be haa furii abed thia well-known honae anew, and ia now better than ever prepared to watt upon hia rua tomera, and hopea by atrfct attention to their wanta to merit a continuance of the patronage which be tuu hitherto received. E. G. MATO I’aasadumkeng. June 28, 1882. dfcwtf BATH HOTEL, By C. M. PLUMMER. 1 386, WaaaiioToa 8r„ Bara. *,*Terma 31 per day. 8table connected with honae. _Bath, June 28,1862. dtf Summer Retreat, SOUTH STOE OF PEAK'S ISLAND, HENRY M. BRACKETT, - - Proprietor. ^ OPEN for (intepl Boarder*—three miles Dfi Lh from Portland—within thirty rods of tbs JMtivSI food opportunities for fishing, «-*»*bathing and water excursions. A Steam* L'.Y\M er runs from Portland daily. Experiencad boatmen in attendant* SAOADAIIOCK HOUSE, Alfred Carr, - • Proprietor, BATH. MAINE. THE City of Bath hi one of the healthieat incam ice oo thecoaet of Maine—drllcbt All 7 situated on the Kennebec, twelve mile* _fr«n» the sea, aud afford- one of the moat inviting retreats from the dust and turmoil of our larp cities. The Saoa da hock is one of the finest, most spa cious. aud best appointed Hotels in the .State, located within three minutes walk of the Depot, Steamboat Lauding, Tost Office, C ustom House, he., being di rectly iu the business centre of the City. Trraaa Moderate by Ike Week er Day. Bath, June 23. 1832. dtf DIRIGO EATING SOUSE, No. 7 MILK STREET. - . . PORTLAND. BE JOHN ROBINSON, Proprietor. Every Delicacy of the Season Served up at all boar*. TURTLE SOUP. TUESDAY AND FRIDAT. BROOK TROUT a ad all kiadaafGAMC Served to order. PINK APrLE LEMONADE. STRAWBERRY LEMONADE. jy Frogs Served to Order. «4H *•* Meals to Bmmi Boarder* at Reduced Rats*. open every Sunday from 8 to 1. and from 2 to 6 o'clock. >23edtf insurance! BATH MUTUAL ffarine Insurance Company. OFFICE UNDER THE SAOADAIIOCK HOUSE FRONT STREET. THE I^revident and Directors of the Bath Mutual Marine Insurance Company rive notice that their Capital Stock amounts to #200,000 ; And that they arc prepared to make insurance on the mutual principle, agmiuat marine risks, not exceeding $10,000 in any Odd Risk. P1RBCTOKS: John Fatten, Wm. Drummond, 0. E. R. Fatten, Oliver Moses. 8am’I I. Kobinsou, K. K. Harding, M. F. Gannett, Arthur Sewmll. J. F. Morse. J. H. McLellan, 1a*win Blackmer, David Fatten, J**. F. Fatten, 8. A. Houghton, J. C. Jameeon. K. K. HARDING. President, „ . , , E. C. HYDE, Secretary. Bath. July 3. l&B. d6m FIRE INSURANCE. WARREN SPARROW, Offi” Y4 Middle, Mr. *f Eichia|« lb, PORTLAND, MB.. Agent of the following First Clam Insurance Co’a: National Insarance Company, Of Boston. - . Cash Capital and Surplus. IWO.OOC. Republic Fire Insurance Company, Of New York. - . Cash Capital and Surplus. *31X000. Relief Fire Insarance Company, Of New York. - • Cash Capital and Surplus, *260.000. Equitable Fire and Marine Ins. Cd., Of Provide nee PknrroT SsrnttTT. whieh ought alwars to be the grst routuh ralum In effecting Insurance, is here ol feresl to the public, at the iouvat rote, of premium adopted by soune! on,I mpmitibl* companies Office in "Boyd's Building," opposite Post Office. June 23. dftwtf P O II T LAND Mutual Eire Insurance Company. THIS Company continue to insure property on terms is favorable as those of any reliable com* pany. All 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. Older lO* Middle Street. CHARLES HOLDEN. President. Edward Shaw, Secretary. June 23. rod3m A. W. BANFIELD, (Successor to I*. J. Forristall and Mills k Forristall, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN, FANCY GOODS, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Y AN KEF. NOTIONS. CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY, STATION Eli, TOYS, Ac.. 28 »md 3b FftUr-U and 10ft Congress Streets, ADDISON W. BANFIELD. Boston. P. J FoituiHTALf. can be found at the above place. June 33. wly .11 A<> ASSISES TOR AlUIST. ATLANTIC, HARPER, •nd GODEY. II. L. DAVIS, 53 Exchange Street July 1», 1862. dtf