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The Retired Tailor. Mr. Chester, a tailor, having accumulated a competency at his trade, determined to throw away his shears and bodkin, and spend the re mainder of his life upon a farm. He purchased several hundred acres ol land inTonawamia; and there was a fishing ground on the estate. Mr. Chester was delighted with his new occu pation, and he devoted his best efforts with un tiring zeal to farming and fishing. Being very deaf, he often made ludicrous blunders, which excited the mirthfulncss of his friends and cus tomers. His graceful and beautiful daughter was at boarding-school at the time her father purchased the farm. She had a lover, and promised to marry, him provided he could ob tain the consent of her parent The young man travelled west as fast as the railway would lake him in that direction. On the morning after his arrival he was strolling along the banks of the creek that sweeps through the village of Tonawauda, when he met a plain old gentleman drsssed in homespun, and inquired of him “if the railway carriages had commenced running to the Kalis yet?” “Principally pike and mullet,” said he. “You misunderstand me,” continued the young man. “1 merely wish to know if the trains have commenced their trips to the Falls of Niagara, and what the fare is ?” “From three to four cents a pound.” “Do you intend to insult me?” ‘,1 will let you have a large quantity for two cents.” “I have a good mind to give you a caning for your impertinence.” “Well, if you do not choose to give it I know who will.” “I should like to know if there are any more such fools as you are in the town of Tona wanda.” “We shall make another haul in the morn ing, before daylight” At this instant auothcr gentleman made his appearance, and the stranger related his griev ance to him. He said: “I have been asking this old man a few civil questions, and he has given me the most im prtinent answers.” “Oh, he is deaf!” exclaimed the third party. “He is deaf as a post; but he is a very fine oid gentleman—one of the most influential and respectable men in the county, indeed. He is not impertinent. He deals in fish somewhat, and so do L It is possible he may think that I am endeavoring to undersell him; will you, therefore, do me the favor to write your ques tion on a scrap of paper, and save me from suspicion, and satisfy yourself in regard to the old gentleman’s politeuess.” The young man commenced writing, when the old farmer-fisherman interrnpted him with the remark: JI will not take a note of hand; cash on the nail, or no trade.” “He is preparing a note," said the last comer. “Call me a brute, do you?” exclaimed Mr. Chester; “then take that!” and, suiting the actiou to the word, he dealt him a blow straight from tbe shoulder, which prostrated him “flat as a flounder.” uy mis tune me note wa.« nnisneci, ana the old gentleman discovered his mistake—and about this time the young stranger made the discovery that he had been picking a quarrel with his prospective father-in-law. Mr. Chester made an apology, and invited both parties to go over to his house to dine. The front door commanded a view of a mead ow in which a cow was feeding; and while Mr. Chester was looking in that direction, the youthful lover, whose heart was overflowing with emotion, commenced the task which he came such a long distance to perform. •‘1 am acquainted with your daughter,” said he, in a loud tone. “She is a fine beast,” remarked the old gen tleman, looking at the cow. “Your daughter!” screamed the young man, “I have the honor to be well acquainted with her.” “She is a noble animal,” was the response. “Confound the old cow!” said the young man, in a whisper, “X wish she was out of sight. I was speaking about your amiable and accomplished daughter!” “She is very kind, indeed; never breaks down the feuces, never kicks over the pail, never strays away like other brutes I have.” “You don’t understand me, sir! I was speaking of your daughter at the boarding “No, I never put a board on her face; she never does any mischief at all.” “Your daughter,” shouted the voung man, frantic with excitement. “Did you say I ought to?” “No, airl 1 was speaking of yonr daughter —the young lady away from home!” “Oh, yes, I have plenty of room; but I think ahe is too old to keep much longer. To tell you the truth, I have made up my mind to shut her up in the stable, and feed her on chop •tuff a few weeks.” “Great heavens 1" remarked the young man, to himself. “What shall I do? This deafness will be the death of me! I will try once more, and If this effort foils, I will resort to pencil and paper again. I should like to say a word to you respecting your daughter !” “I shall let the butcher have her by-and-by, If he will give me my price,” said the old man, with emphasis. A» a last resort the young man used his pen cil and paper, showed his letters of introduc tion, which were from men whose opinion was good authority on the delicate question on the tapis. After a little cross-questioning, and a little hesitation, the old gentlemen gave his consent; and when the parties were married, he declared it was the best haul he had made in all his life. Pier and mantle mirrors. WITH Oval, Square or FJIptJcal frames, with Rosewood, Black Waluat or Oilt finish made to order, of any size, *tyle or deeigu, of ucw aud elegant pattern*; also cheap Looking Gla*$e* and plates re-set in old frame*, bv __MOKKlSOy & Co., 26, Market Square. Oilt Frames. F>R rORTRAJTS OR LANDSCAPES of anv sue or style desired—latest patterns and best workmanship—made to order by MORRISON A CO., Jfi, Market Square. Photographic Frames. GQUARE or oval—every kind called for. Theae being manufactured by ourselves, except those necessarily imported, we can compete with any mat got for low prices. At wholesale or retail, at 2tf, Mai kct.Square,_MORRISON A CO’S. CHlt, Rosewood, Black Walnut and Oak Mouldings. AT lowest cash prices, in quantities to suit the trade. Sliip Mouldings made and dnisbod to ®”I«rby MORRISON CO., _ Market Square. Old Frames Ko-Gilt, AND RENEWED by _ MORRISON k CO. On Haud. A CONSTANT supply of best Extra Deep Gold Leaf, and at low rates at IM Market SqraRK. Photographic Goods A Chemicals. OUtt stock in this department la complete, com prising every article used in the art. , . , . MORRISON A CO.. June24dtfw3t 26, Market Square. PLEASURE P ARTIEST EXt'CKMt(NISTS visiting the Islands, supplied with rtoroo at the obortost notice. Orders solicited. ISO Fore Street artr foot of Exrkawgr. CALDERWOOD A BECKETT. Portland, June 23. dtf TBLZ3 BEST COFFINS —AND— CASKETS, To be found ill this city, of every description, finish* ed and trimmed In the I^eatest Style, - ARE AT €• lip BLAKE’S, No. 30 UNION STREET. And will be sold cheaper than at auv other place in the city. ROBES FURNISHED TO ORDER. -C. H. B. also manufacture* SHOW-CASES, DESKS, AND DRAWER-WORK, Of every description, including Taylor’s Selp ®,I££2RT,I,,ro **RAWER. the best ltind ever made. . E3T“" All orders for Repairing Furniture, Varnish* ing, Lnholstering, Chair Seating, Glazing, Ac., promptly attended to. jul31tf DR. C. H. OSGOOD, JgggSk SURGEON A MECHANICAL ^®DENTI«T, No. 8 Clapp’s Block, Coagress Street, OIT. OLD CITY HALL, . • . PORTLAND, ME gatdk woe THE MARKETS Portland Wholesale Prices Current. Expressly corrected for the Press to Aug. 6th. Ashen* Ashes Pearl p bbl. @ 6] Ashes, Pot. 6 ® 6 Apples* Apples, Croon bbl. 92 50 @ 8 25 Apples, Sliced lb. 6 ® 7 Apples, Cored lb. 6 (® 6 Apples, Uncored \> lb.. 2 ® 3 Bread. Bread, Pilot p 100 lbs. 4 75 @ 6 00 Bread, Ship. 8 76 t® 4 00 Crackers per bbl. 8 26 ® 8 60 Crackers, *> 100. 36 ® 40 Butter* Butter, Family lb. 16 @ 18 Butter, Store. 14 (uj 16 Beaus* Beans, Marrow bush. 8 00 @ 3 121 Beaus, Pea. 3 00 ® 3 25 Beans, Blue Pod. 2 76 ® 3 00 Candles. Candles. Mould \* lb. 11 @ 11] Candles. Sperm. 36® 00 Cheese* Cheese. Vermont p lb. 9 ® 9] Cheese, New. 8j® 9 Coal—(Retail.) Coal, Cumberland ton. 8 60 (5} 8 76 Coal YVhiteash. 7 25 ® 7 60 Coal, Lehigh. 7 25 ® 7 60 Coal, Franklin. 7 26 ® 7 50 Cutter* Coffee, Java f* lb . 0 27 @ 28 Co(IW>, St. Domingo. 22 a) 23 Coffee, Rio . 21]® 22] Coffee, Mocha. none. Cordage* Cordage, American. 11 ® 111 Cordage, Russia. 14 ® 141 Cordage. Manilla. 10J® 11 Boltrope, Russia. 14i® 16 do. Manilla. 12]® 13 Cense at—per bbl. 1 20 @ 1 30 Drags and Dyes* Aluin. 08 @ 04 Aloes. 16 ® 25 Arrow Root. 17 ® 40 Borax. 22 @ 25 Brimstone (roll.). 4 ® 41 Bi Carb. Soda. 6j ® 6] Sulphur. 6 ® 6 Sal Soda. 8 (® 4 Camphor,. 1 50 « 1 65 Cream Tartar. 35 aj -Pi Logwood ex. 10]® 12 Magnesia. 25 ® 33 Indigo, Manilla, tine. 1 00 ® 1 60 Madder. 16 ® 00 Rhubarb. 1 25 a 1 30 Alcohol. 70 ® 75 Fluid. 96 @ 1 00 Camphcno. 2 75 SaltiK^tre. 10 @ 20 Vitriol. 12 ® 00 Dye woods* Barwood. 2]® 00 Brazil Wood. 13 ® 00 Camwood. 4]® 4i Fustic. Cuba. CB ® 2l 44 Sav an villa,. If® 02 Hvpemic. 4f® 06 Logwood, Campeachv. 02 ® 00 44 St. Domingo. H® 13 Extract Logwood. 11 ® 12 Nic Wood. Peach 44 . 8]<® 4j Red 44 . 03]® 3] Sapan 44 . 02 ® 00 Quercitron Bark. 2jw 2\ H' U . VU ,Uj V>u Dark. Dock, Raven*. 34 £ 00 Duck, Portland, No. 3. 02 a) 00 44 44 No. 10. 48 £ 00 Navy, Superior, No. 3. none 44 " No. 10. none Tent Duck, U. 8.10 ox. none 44 44 44 12 oz. none Feather*. Feather*. Live Geese f> tb. 60 £ 66 Feathers, Russia. 25 .® 46 Fiah. Fish, Cod large p quin. 3 60 £ 4 00 Fish, 44 small. 2 37 « 2 75 Fish, Pollock. 2 26 £ 2 60 Fish, Haddock, new. 1 25 .a 1 50 Fish, Hake, new. 1 12 £ 1 371 Herring, Pickled, p bbl. Shore. 2 00 £ 2 50 Labrador. none Scaled p box. 22 £ 25 No. 1. 15 £ IS Mackerel p bbl. Rav No. 1. 7 60(5) 8 00 Bay No. 2. 6 50 £ 7 00 Rav No. 3. 4 50 « 5 00 Shore No. 1. 7 50 £ 8 75 44 4* 2.r. 6 00 £6 60 44 44 3 (large). 4 75 a 5 00 44 44 ‘‘(medium). 3 76 £ 4 00 44 44 “(small). Frail* Almonds—Jordan p tb Soft Shell. 13 % 16 Shelled. 25 £ 80 Currants. 08 £ 12 Citron. 32 n 35 Wit. Pea Nuts. 2 25 a 2 60 Figs, common. none 44 Eleme. 15 £ 20 Lemons, case. 7 00 £ 7 60 Oranges. none. Raisins— Blue, cask. Black. 8 00 ®10 00 Bunch, box. 3 40 a. 3 60 Laver. 8 02 w 3 88 Dates. 07 5 09 l'runf. 8*£ 10} FIsar-Portland inspection. Flour, Superfine. 4 75 £ 6 00 Flour, Fancv. 6 00 £ 6 25 Flour, Extra. 5 25 a 6 60 Flour, Family. 6 00 £ 6 25 Flour, Extra Superior. 6 60 £ 7 60 Western extras. 6 25 a. 5 62] 44 fancy. none 44 superior. 6 60 £ 7 00 Ohio extra. 6 25 ® 6 75 44 family. 6 25 a. 6 50 Canada super No. 1. 6 76 a 6 00 44 fancy. 6 25 a 6 50 44 extra. 6 60 £ 7 00 44 superior extra. 7 00 £ 7 80 Rye Flour. 4 26 a. 4 60 Buckwheat Flour p tb. 02 £ 2} Corn Meal. 3 50 £ 8 75 Grain. Kyc. 94 £ 95 Oats. 60 £ 65 South Yellow Corn. 65 a 66 Torn, Mixed. 68 £ 66 Barley. 60 a 62 Shorts p ton. 17 00 £19 00 Fine Feed. 22 00 £24 00 GriMlslaacs* Grindstones, Rough, p ton... 17 00 £20 00 Grindstones, Dressed. 80 00 £35 00 Gaapoirdrr. Blasting. 4 10 £ 4 38 Rifle and Sporting. 6 60 £7 25 liny. Hay p net ton, Screwed. 12 60 oil 00 Hay, Loose. 13 00 £14 00 VIidea and Skins. Slaughter Hides. 5 £ 6 Calf Skins. 09 £ lo Calcutta Cow—Slaughtered. 1 60 £ 1 70 Greeu Salt. 1 15 % 1 26 Dry.;. *» « 1 no Sheen Pelts. Green. 75 a 90 sheep 1’eIU, L»ry. 40 ^ 70 Hops. First Sort, 1861. 16 (g 16 I roR. Common .. 8 @ pgj “ KHi nod Iron. 3|d 031 Swede. 61 n 06) Norway. 6} a Oti} Cast Steel. 18 « 19 German Steel .. t. 121 a 12? English Blis. Steel. 15 #X 151 Spring. 8 va 9 Sheet Iron, English. 6[to 6J Sheet Irou, Kusxia . 16 d lg Sheet Iron, Uussia. im't. 11}«. 124 (gird* Barrel, lb. 9 @ 94 Kegs, \* lb. 9J@ 10 I^rallicri New York, light . 19 ^ 21 “ “ md. wts .. 22 a. 244 44 “ heavy. 22J<p 24 “ 44 slaughter. 25 a 26 American Calf Skins. 63 a* 75 Slaughter Wax Leather. 16 @ 17 lifad. American Pig, 100 !b. 7 75 @ 8 00 Foreigu “. 7 75 a 8 00 Sheet and Pipe. 000(o}925 Lumber—F rom the yard. Clear Pino—No. 1.S38 00 ffiOO 00 No. 2 . 84 00 ia00 00 No. 3 . 24 00 ..cxi 00 No. 4. 14 00 (poo 00 Shipping Lumber,. 12 00 u 14 00 Spruce. 10 On „ 12 00 Hemlock .. 8 On a 10 00 ltox Shook*. (ca*h). 45 ,2 50 Clapboards, S extra. 13 00 ig 15 00 " P “ •». 80 txi ,«32 OO Shingle*. Cedar, extra. 2 60 p 8 00 ■' " No. 1. 2 00 5226 " extra piue . 2 50 a8 75 Lath*. Spruce. 1 15 5 1 20 “ Pine. 1 37 a 1 62 Bed Oak Stave*. 20 00 585 00 Mol Hhd Shooks & Head*, citv 2 40 a 2 60 Sag •• •• •• "... 2 35 5 2 46 do " " " country 1 60 p 1 75 Country Riff Mol. Hhd. Shooks 1 26 5 1 35 Hry Riff,. 1165130 Hoops. SI (10 5s3 00 Hackmetack Timber, !* tun. 8 00 plO 00 Lime. Lime. Itockland, cask. 65 @ 70 M 0I11 .srx. Molasses, Cicnfugos. 38 (3J 00 Molasses, Cuba claved. 31 e 00 Mola**e*. " " tart. 28 5 00 Molassis*, " Muscovada,. 33 5 00 Molasses, New Orleans. Portland Syrup.hhds 23 bb!s25 Nail*. Cask.*.... 3 37]S 8 60 Natal Store*. Tar (in keg.) 1> gal . 00 ® 80 Pitch (Coal Tar). 0 00 „ 3 25 Rosin. 16 00 520 1x1 Turpentine 4> gal . . 2 60 J 2 62 OiiUum. Oakum, American. 9 @ 9) Oil. Portland Kerosene IlluminaCg Oil 36 ® 40 Macliiue.. 75 Clarine. Si.ertu Winter. 1 60 5 1 66 Whale, rel. Winter. 68 5 70 " Summer. 63 a 65 Oral.cl Batik and Bay Chaleur_ 19 00 a21 00 Shore. 18 00 520 00 Linseed. 92 1 j 98 Boiled,. 98 (g! 1 00 Lard Oil. 76 @ 80 Olive Oil. 1 50 @ 1 60 Castor Oil. 1 65 @ 1 70 Neats foot Oil. 1 05 p 1 12 Onions —per bbl. 2 75 @ 8 00 do p string. 4 ® 44 Paints* Portland Load, in oil,. 9 00 ® 0 00 Lewis Lead, “ . 9 00® Boston Lead, “ . 8 75 French Zinc, “ . 8 25 @ 8 50 American Zinc, 44 . 7 Rochelle, Yellow. 2 50 @ 8 00 Eng. Veil. Red. 2 50 g 3 00 Litharge. 8 50 Red Lead. 8 50 Plaster* Per ton Soft. 1 00 @ 1 66 Hard. 1 50 g 1 55 Ground. 5 00 ® 5 50 Provisions. Chicago Mess Beef.. 12 00 @14 00 Portland do . 12 50 @18 00 Portland extra Mess do. 34 00 @14 50 Pork, extra clear. 15 50 @16 00 Pork, clear. 14 00 @14 60 Pork, mess. 13 00 @13 60 Pork, extra do. 14 60 @15 00 Pork, Prime.. —. 11 00 @11 50 Pork, Hams. 64® 7 Pork. City Smoked Hants. 7® 74 Produce* Beef p quarter, plb. 5® 74 Eggs, p dozen. 12 @ 12} Potatoes Bbrl(new. 1 75 ® 1 89 Apnles, dried, p lb. 24® 6 Chickens, Spring. 12* w 15 Lamb. 7 ® 8 Turkies. 12 ® 17 Geese. 9 @> 11 Veal. 44® 6 Pickles, p brl. 7 60 g 8 60 Rice* Rice p lb. 6*@ 7j Rum. Rum, Portland distilled. 40 ® 45 Salcrntus. Saleratus p lb. 64® Salt. Salt. Turk’s Is., p hhd. (8 bus.).... 2 50 @ 2 75 Salt, Liverpool,. 2 124® 2 374 Salt, Cadiz.. 2 12}@ 2 87} Hacks Salt. none Ground Butter Salt. 20 Starch. Starch, Pearl. 64® 64 Starch, Potato. 2J@ 2j Shot—P 100 lbs. 9 00 ® 9 60 Soap. Soap, Leatlie & Gore’s, Trowbridge Sc Smith’s Extra No. 1 p lb.... 84® 84 Soap, Family do. 6< @ 7 Soap No. 1. 64® 6? Soap, Eagle No. 1. &lgj 6j Soap, Star. 5 @ 5} Soap, Castile. 12 m 16 Soap, Crane's. 8J® 8J S piccM. Cassia p lb. 40 @ 42 Cloves. 24® 244 Ginger, (Race). 24 ® 25 (iiuger,(Africa). 24 ® 25 Maco. 80 g 90 Nutmegs. 75 ® 80 Pepper,. 18 @ 20 Pimento. 15 ® 16 Seed*. Herds Grass. 2 00 ® 2 25 Western Clover. 7f>@ 8 Red Top. 3 00 ® 8 25 Linseed. 2 60 @ 0 00 Canary. 2 75 @ 3 00 Sonar. Sugar, Portland A. 8} Sugar, “ A A. 8} Sticrar. " Yellow. none Sugar, Extra Yellow. non© Sugar, Muscovado. 9 ® 9} Sugar, 44 iu bond. 61 Sugar, Havana Brown. &Jo> 10} Sugar, 44 White. 11 ® 12 Sugar, Coffee Crushed. 10 ® ll| Sugar. Crushed . 18}® 131 | Sugar, Granulated. 13}® 13} I Sugar, Powdered. 13]® 13] Tallow. American refined. 81® 9 Rough. 6}® 6 Teat. Tea, Hvson. 76 (5> 1 00 '! Tea, Young llysou. 75 ® 1 00 Tea, Oolong. 60 ® 75 j Tea, Souchong. 45 ® 60 Tabaeca. 6’s and 10's best brand*. 65 ® 60 5> and 10’s nn-diuin. 43 ® 48 6’s and 10’s common. 88 42 half pds. best brands. 55 ® 60 half pds. medium good. 48 ® 62 half pds. common. 43 ® 45 Natural Leaf, pds. 75 a) 1 00 Fancy, iu Foil. 0 00 ® 1 50 Tin. Banca, cash... 38 -® 00 Straits, cosh. 34]-® 35} Plates— Char. I. C. 10 50 a 11 00 44 I X. 12 25 a 12 75 Coke. 9 26 & 9 60 Twine. Cotton Sail. 50 ® 55 Flax 44 . 40 r® 00 44 Baleing. 45 ® 60 Hemp 44 . 26 ^ 00 India. 14® 14} Vnrnlah. Furniture Varnish. 2 00 i® 2 50 Coach Varnish. 2 60 a 4 00 iJamar Varnish. 2 25 (a 2 60 Wsod, Hard, retail. 6 00 @ 6 25 Soft, 44 4 00 ^ 6 00 Wool. Domestic. 42® 60 Pelts. 62}® 1 00 Zinc. Pigs and slabs... 6f® 5} Sheet Mosslrnann. 89 Sheathing. 90® 00 Exchange. On London—60 dart. 1 25 ® 1 27 Paris.../ 4 52}® 4 46 Courage Invalids ! CLEMS’ SUMMER CURE —A5D— Howes’ Cough Pills, By the concurrent testimony of many sufferers, the fact has heeu established, that for the cure of DIARRHOEA OR DYSENTERY In persons of all ages, no medicine has ever come to the knowledge of the public, that so effectually does it work and at the same time leaves the bowels in an active, healthy condition, as CLEM S SUMMER CURE. That for Children Cutting Teeth, if troubled with Diarrhosa or any irregularities of the bowels, all oth er remedies are insignificant, as compared with CLEM’S SUMMER CURE. That for Children troubled with Canker in month or stomach, or mothers suffering from uursing sore mouth, a safe and speedy cure is effected by the use of CLEM’S SUMMER CURE. That for Coughs, Hoarseness and Bronchial affect ions. there is no remody extant that so universally affords relief as HOWES' COUGH PILLS. That for a Tightness or Wheezing in the Chest, Pains in the side, or a long standing Hack, the best rciueuy is HOWE’S COUGH TILLS. That as an expectorant and ameliorating agent in cases of Phthisic, Whooping Cough, and Confirmed Consumption, the public have already rendered their united verdict in favor of HOWES’ COUGH PILLS. CLEM'S SUMMER CURE is a pleasant, agrecablo decoction of Roots and Barks, and contains not a particle of OPIUM or I>ruo of any sort. It always does good, and never docs harm. “ By their works ye shall know them.” G.C. Goodwin & Co., Boston, General Agents for New England. H. II. Hay, Portland, and B. F. Bradbury, Bangor, General Agents for Maine, tySold by Druggists and Merchants generally. HOWES * CO., Proprietor*, i*w6mnol Belfast. Maine. FIRST CLASS Sewing-Machines. EMPIRE shuttle. FOR FAMILIES Manufacturers. SLOAT ELIPTIC. Every Machine fully Warranted. STORER <V CUTLER,General Agent*. OB & GO Middle Street, julldtf PORTLAND. Me Trout & other Fishing Tackle. ALSO, Guns. Rules, Revolvers, Cutlery and is porting Goods generally. Repairing and Stencil Cutting 'attended to as usual. G.L. BAILEY, 42 EXCHANGE STREET. June 23.__ eodtf Notice. City of Portland. 1 July 28th, 1862. ) THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC GROUNDS will meet, until farther notice, every Saturday at 3 o’clock, P. M., iu Evergreen Comet ary. Parties interested in any matter before the Commit tee, will have an opportunity of being heard. Jy31—4w A. K. SIlUKTLEFF, Chairman. PROSPECTUS or Tin PORTLAND DAILY PRESS: EDITED BY JOHN T. GILMAN, recently of the Bath Timeb, and JOSEril B. HALL, of the Aroostook Herald. The Portland Daily Press is intended to be An enterprising, vigorous and lire Daily Morning Paper, containing tbc latest and fullest news by mail and telegraph. THE MAINE STATE PRESS Is a large, well-filled, carefully edited, and neatly printed weekly paper, intended specially for general circulation throughout the Slate. Roth of tho above named papers will labor to inculcate. In no dictatorial spirit, sound political prin ciples aud to promote the material interests of the State, and of the City of Portland as it* interests twine with, aud are inseparable from, those of tho State. Politically, the Press will glve an earnest, cordial, and generous support to the administration of Abra ham Lincoln, who in little more than one year, has indcliibly impressed himself upon the nation’s heart a« an incorruptible patriot, an inflexible Chief Mag istrate, aud an honest man; the ability of whose ad ministration is most signally exhibited, not foniy in tho matchless operations of our army and navy, but in tho unparalleled fact that, in tiic midst of this gigantic rebellion, our Government securities are selling at a premium. It will zealously labor to ex hibit and defend sound Republican principles, aud, inasmuch as political organizations have become a necessity in carrying into effect great principles of political economy, and inasmucli as .the Republican party which, in the brief chapter of its history already writlon, has succcssftilly refuted the allegation of Its enemies that its designs and tendencies were sec tional, and triumphantly vindicated its claim to a Just and liberal Nationality, has remained steadfast in its devotion to the Uniou while other organizations have so generally become infected with a disloyal spirit, and inasmuch as it is the only party which at present seems competcut to conserve the great prin ciples underlying all free Governments, tho Press will cordially sustain the organization of that party, not with a design to foster a mere partizan spirit, but in the foil coniciousucss that it embodies the true principles upou which our government rests, and af fords the only available means of accomplishing such results as a lofty patriotism imperatively demands. It will neither seek nor endorse any compromises with men in rebellion against the laws of the laud, but will inculcate loyalty to tlie great central idea of all true democracy—that the majority must govern. Upon the exciting question of Domestic Slavery, it mar be proper to say, that while tho I'lines will sanc tion no interference with the constitutional or iczml rights of loyal men, it will neither apologise for an evil which constitutes the foulest blot upon our national character, nor attempt to resist the tido of events that seems destined to sweep from existence au institution which is the greatest anomaly in a free government. The emancipation of slavery in the federal Capital, the co-operation of the Federal with the loyal State governments, to secure gradual eman cipation, as proposed by President Lincoln, and all other constitutional measures looking to a peaceful removal of our greatest “moral, political and social evil,” will find in the Press a generous and hearty support. While thus distinctly announcing the general course proposed for the Press, and intending that, alike in war and in poaco—in our country’s peril and in its triumph, it shall speak with no uncertain voice, we do not lose sight of the fact that true men have hon estly differed, and that, coming by different rontes they now find themselves travelling parallel roads; and, instead of seeking to widen the differences be tween those who are required by a common patriot ism to act in concert, the Press will labor hopefully to encourage unity of purpose and harmony of act ion amoug all loyal men. Aside from its political department, the Press will be earnestly devoted to the advancement of the best interests of the city and State. Its Local Depart ment will in no case be neglected. Particular atten tion will be given to the Commercial and Maritime interests. It will be the aim of its conductors to make it an indispensable institution of the State, and a ge nial and welcome visitor in every work-shop, count ing-house, and family circle. The Editors, not un known to the people of Maiue, will give their undivi ded energies to the work before them, and labor to make such a paper as the city of Portland, the State of Maine, and the exigencies of the times demand one that shall be true to the popular instincts. The Portland Daily Press is printed with en tirely new type, on a sheet as large as that of any daily in Maine, and issued every morning, (Sun days excepted,) at 86 per annum. Subscriptions for less than six months, 60 cents per month. The Maine State Press, large, neatly printed, and well filled with the news of the week, and orig inal aud selected Political, Agricultural. Literary and Miscellaneous reading, making it specially adapted to the Family Circle, will be issued weekly, at 81.50 per year, idvariably in advance. To any person sending the names of tire nctc subscribers, cash in advance, an axtra copy will be sent gratis. N. A. Foster, i J. T. gilman, J N. A. Foster k Co., Publishers. J. B. Hall. ) Portland. May 19, 1802. The undersigned cordially approve the enterprise projected in the foregoiug Prospectus, and earnestly commend the new paper to the hearty support of the People of Maine. May. 1802. LEONARD ANDREWS, SAMUEL E. SPRING. NELSON DING LEY, Jr., R. S. STEVENS. Republican N. A. FAR WELL. S. P. STRICKLAND, Stato EUGENE HALE, R. It. FULLER. Committee. C. 11 R WOODBURY, T. HARMON, K. WOODBURY, BKNJ. KINGSBURY, Jr., CLEMENT PHINNEY, Cumberland Co. DANIEL ELLIOT, LUKE RROWN, Rep. Com. O. G. COOK. EDWARD L. PICKARD, III V T II I* V I CHARELS H. OSGOOD, KlEMiY L. PAINE, HENRY P. LORD. Republican JAMES DOUGHTY, OKEN RING. City Committe of WILLIAM t.HAY, J<»ltN M. STEVENS. Portland. AUG. F GERISH. FRANCIS E I RAY, WM. II PLUMMER. Notice of Foreclosure. NTOTICE Is hereby given, that the subscriber, Sam* lx uel S. Webster* of Portland, In the County of Cumberland and State of Maine, claims by mortgage a certain tract of land situated in Falmouth, in said County, bouuried, beginning at the most south west erly corner of land now or formerly of Royal Leigh ton, thence ea-terl) and northerly bv the same to land of John W. Freeman, thence easterly by thename to land of Jeremiah Hall, thence southerly and wester ly by the same to land owned by Jeremiah Hobbs, tnence northerly and westerly by the same anil land of Philip Gammon to the county'road, thence north erly by said road to the first hounds; containing sev enteen acres more or less, subject to the right of Jer emiah llohbs or his assigns to pass and repassthrough said premises. Said real estate having been conveyed in mortgage to Samuel S. Webster and Micah Samp son bv Dependence II. Furbish, by his deed of Au gust 22. 1856. recorded iu the Registry of Deeds for Cumberland County, iu book 263, page 327; which mortgage was duly*a-signed bv said Micah Sampson to Samuel S. Webster. June 3ft, 1862, as will appear by the assignment thereof recorded in said Registry, to all of which records reference is to l*e hail for a more particular description. The couditiou of said deed of mortgage is broken, aud the subscriber, as signee of said mortgage, by reason thereof do claim a foreclosure of said mortgage, and do hereby notify all parties interested of my claim to foreclose said mortgage, on account of the breach of the conditions thereof. Dated at Portland this first dav of July, A. D. 1862. ju)2—w3w* SAM L 8. WEBSTER. At a Court of Probate held at Portland, within and for the County of Cumberland, on the third Tuesday of July, in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and sixty-two, THE Commissioners appointed by said Court to set out Dower in the estate of Icb'ahod Baker, late of Windham, in said County, deceased, to Sarah Ba ker, widow of said deceased, having returned the warrant to them directed, together with their doings thereon, for acceptance and confirmation: It ir>m Ordrrta, that the said Commissioners give notice to all persons inten*stod. by causing notice to be published three weeks successively in the Maine State Press printed at Portland, that they mav appear at a Prolwte Court to be held at said "Portland, on the third Tuesday of September next, at ten of the clock in the forenoon, and shew cause, if any they have, why the same should not he accepted and con firmed WILLIAM G. BARROWS, Judge. A true copy, Attest, •w3w5 * EUGENE HUMPHREY, Register. HOMESTEADS FOR $20. 11HE MISSOURI LAND COMPANY have pur . chased from the Hannibal & St. Joseph Railroad Company a large tiaet of land in Northern Missouri, adjoining the flourishing town of Hamilton, Caldwell County, for (arming and manufacturing purposes, and have divided their property into lots and farms. They are ottered to subscribers in shares of 820 each. Maps, with full information, can be bad by calliugon EDWARD SHAW', Agent, 102 Middle Street, Portland. June 23. dtl RAILROADS._ KENNEBEC AND PORTLAND R. R. BUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Commenced April 14th, 1862. CJEgEEEEZD Passenger traius will leave daily, (Sun excepted) as follows: Augu»ia lor Bath, Portland and Boston, at 11.15 A. M., connecting at Brunswick with the Androscoggin Railroad for Lewiston, Livermore Falls, Wilton aud Farmington. Leave Portland for Bath and Augusta at 1.00 P. M., connecting at Brunswick with tne Androscoggin trains for stations on that road; and at Augusta with the Somerset k Kennebec Railroad for Waterville, Kendall's Mills and Skowhegan, aud at Kendall’s Mills with the Penobscot k Kennebec Road tor Pitts field, Newport aud Bangor; arriving same night. Monday Morning aud Saturday Evening Trains. On Monday trains leave Augusta at 5.30 A. M., and Bath at 6.80 A. M., for Portland, connecting with the 8.45 A. M. train for Lowell and Boston. Leave Portland on .Saturdays, at 8.15 P. M., on ar rival of train from Boston, for Bath aud Augusta. stage connections. Stages leave Bath daily (Sundays excepted) at 8.00 P. M., on arrival of train from Portland and Boston, for Wiscasset, Damariscotta, Waldoboro’, Rockland and Thomaston. Stages leave Augusta daily (Sundays excepted), for Belfast, mi arrival of train from Portland aud Bos ton. Ticket* sold in Boston for all the stations on the Kennebec k Portland, Androscoggin, and .Somerset k Keunebcc Roads. Freight trains run daily between Augusts and Port land. B II. CUSHMAN, Manager and Superintendent. Augusta, April, 1862. june23dtf ANDROSC04<<<IN RAILROAD. BUMMER ARRANGEMENT. nnn On and after Monday, May 5. 1862, !2SMi'!!jHB|tndns will leave Portland forLewistou and fanuiiigton via Brnnswick, at 1 P. M. Leave Farmington for Lewiston, Bath and Port land, via Brunswick, at 9.15 A. M. Leave Lewiston for Bath and Portland via Bruns wick at 11.46 A. M. Freight traius daily between Portland and Lewis ton. STAGE CONNECTIONS. * Stage leaves Strickland’s Ferry Tuesdays, Thurs days and Saturdays, for Livermore, Canton, Pern aud Dixticld; returning opposite days. Stage leaves North Jay for East Dixfleld, Dixfleld, and Weld, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; returning opposite days. Stage leaves Farmington .or New Vineyard, New Portland and Kingfielu, on W'ednesdavs and Satur days, returning on Mondays aud Fridays. Stages leavo Farmington daily, for Strong, Avon and Phillips. 6 Passengers for this route will take the cars at the Portland, Saco k Portsmouth, or Kennebec k Port laud Depots, in Portland. S. W. EATON, Sup’t. Farmington May 6, 1862. jum-23dtf BMSTHROGGHTICKETS” To Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Toledo. St. Paul, La Crobbe. St. Ix>uis, New Orleans, or any part of the WEST, SOUTH OR NORTH WEST, BY THE ERIE RAILWAY. Via BurrALO, Dunkirk, and Niagara Fall*. Thi« mail is broad ouaoi and is provided with New and Splendid Sleeping Can. CVTickets Mild in Fortland at lowest Boston rates by W. D. LITTLE, Agent. Ofice 31 Exchange Street. fV You can save money by securing ticket* at this office. June 23. dawtf STEAMBOATS. ~ Portland and \<■ w York Steamers. The splendid and ffcst Steamship “CHESAPEAKE," Captain Sidxky Crowell, will until further notice run as follows: Leave Browns Wharf. Portland, every WEDNES DAY, at 4 P. M., and leave Pier 9 North .River, New York, every SATURDAY, at 3 o’clock, P. M This vessel is fitted up with flue accommodations for passengers, making this the most speedy, safe and comfortable route for travellers between New York and Maiue. Passage £5,00, including Fare and State Rooms. Goods forwarded by this line to and from Montreal, Quebec, Bangor, Bath, Augusta, Eastport and St. John. Shippers are requested to send their freight to the steamer before 3 P. if., on the day that she leaves Portland. For freight or passage apply to F.MEKY k FOX. Brown's Wharf, Portland. H. B. CROMWELL k CO., No. 86 West Street, New York. June 23. 1SG2. dtf M O N T R E A L CMJEA.Y STEAMSHIP CO’S Weekly Mail Line. ONE of the following first-class, power ful Steamers: HIBERNIAN, NORTH AMERICAN. NOR WEG IAN. JURA, BOHEMIAN, ANGLO SAXON. NO VA SCOTIAN—will sail from Quebec every Satur day- moruing, for Liverpool, via Loudonderrv. Passengers leave Portland per Grand Trunk Trains with Uuited States mails, every Friday, at 1 15 P. M., connecting with Steamer at Quebec every Saturday morning. Passage to Liverpool, Londonderry or Glasgow^ Third Class, £91. First Class. £67 to £82— according to accommodation,—which includes tickets on Grand Trunk Railway. Prepaid ana return tickets issued at reduced rates. Excursion tickets to the World’s Fair, out and back, *150. Apply to Edmonstone, Allan k Co., Montreal,or to J. I*. FARMER. No. 10 EXCHANGE ST., PORTLAND. June 23. 1862. dtf Proprietor of the LIVERPOOL PACKETS, Sailing from Liverpool for Boston twice a month. Steerage Passage, *20. Also, Agent for New Yoik and Liverpool Steamships, sailing from New York every Saturday, and from Liverpool every Wednes dav, and railing at Queenstown, Ireland. Cabin I’sa^age, £75. 8d Class, *30. Sight Bills of Exchange, for £\ Sterling and up ward, payable at any Bank in Great Britain or Ire land constantly for sale. For Passage Certificates, Steamer Tickets, Drafts, or for further information, Address, GEO. WARBF.N, 99 State Street, Boston, Mass. .. ———— PENSIONS, BOUNTY MONEY, Buck Pay, Ac. Ft Hi service in the present war. obtained for Soldiers and Sailors, their Widows and Heirs, from tbe Uni ted States Government, on application in pcrsou or by letter to BRADFORD & HARMON, No. 88 Exchange St., Portland, Maine. Having devoted our attention exclusively to the Pen sion NdMH tor the la.-t twenty \ ears, and having a reliable Agency in Washiugton.'we are enabled to prosecute all claims against the Government with promptness and desiiatch. and on very reasonable terms, making no charge until tbe claim is obtained. FREEMAN BRADFORD, Z. K. HARMON. Portland, June 20tb. d&wtf. Personal Notice. CAPTAIN J. G. PKIGNITZ, of Prussian Bark “Deposehe,” reuuests the wife, children or rela tion* of the deceased (’. Simon Stanorth (Steinorth). of Barth, (Prussia), to apply to him, in a matter of inheritni.ee. under the care of Messrs Win. Salem fc Co., New York. w3w7 A. W. BAN FIE LD, (Successor to P. J. Forristall and Mills A Forristall, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN ENGLISH. FRENCH AND GERMAN, FANCY GOODS, Pocket and Table Cutlery, YANKEE NOTIONS, CLOCKS, WATOHES AND JEWELRY, STATIONERY, TOYS, &c., 28 and 30 Federal and 106 Conyress Streets, ADDISON W. BANVTKLD. Boston. P. J. Forristall can be found at the above place. Juuc23. wly At a Court of Probate held at Portland, within ami for the County of Cumberland, on the third Tuesday of July, iii the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and sixtv-two, LYDIA A. ANTHOIXE, widow of Daniel W. An thnine, late of Windham, in said County, deceas ed, having presented her petition that administration on the estate of said deceased, may be granted to John Webb, of said Windham: It teas Ordered, that the said Petitioner give no tice to all persons interested, by causing notice to be fuhlished three weeks successively in the Maine State ’res*, printed at Portland, that they may appear at a Probate Court to be held at said Portland, on tbe third Tuesday of September next, at ten of the clock in the forenoon, ami show cause, if any they have, why the tame should not be granted. WILLIAM G. BARROWS, Judge. A true copy, Attest, •w3w6 EUGENE HUMPHREY, Register. MEDICAL. Eclectic Medical Infirmary. to theTadies. DR. HUGHES particularly invites all Ladies who need a medical adviser, to call at his rooms, No. 6 I eiupie Street, which they will Hud arranged for their especial accommodation. Dr. H.’s Eclectic Renovating Medicines are unrival led 111 efficacy and superior virtue in regulating all rcmale Irregularities. Their actiou is s|tecific and 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 tne health, aud may be taken with perfect safety at all times. Sent to any part of the country with full directions, by addressing DR HUGHES. No. 6 Temple Street, corner of Middle, Portland. N. B — LADIES desiring may consult one of their own sex. A lady of experience in constant atteud *»<*•_jull—8m DR. HUGHES' Eclectic Medical Infirmary. Establish'd for the treatment of those 'Unease* in both sexes, requiring Experience, Skill, Honor and dencacy. PRIVATE CONSULTATIONS.—Dr. Hughes has for a number of years confirn'd his attention to diseases of a certain class. During his practice be has treated thousands of cast's, aud iu 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, 6 Tem t*le street. Charges moderate, aud a cure guaranteed n all case's. Separate rooms, so that no one will J>e 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; cares new cases in a tew hours; cures with out the dreadful consequent effects of mercurv, but, is sure to annihilate the rank and 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 be caused by using them. YOUNG MEN, who are troubled with seminal weakness, generally caused by bad hshits in youth, the effects of which are pain and dizziness in the head, forgetthlnes*. sometimes a ringing in the ears, weak eyes, etc., terminating in consumption or in sanity if neglected, are speedily aud permanently cured. All correspondenee strictly confidential and will be returned if desired. Addreiu DR. J. B. HUGHES, No. 5 Temple Street, (corner of Middle), Portland. tySend stamp for Circular. Jull—dAw3m3 lCOPYRIGHT SECURED.] THE GREATIHDIAH REMEDY FOR FEMALES. Dtt. MATTISON’S INDIAN EHMENAGOGUE. This celebrated Female Medicine, possessing virtues unknown of any thing else of the kiud, and proving effectual after all others have fhilea, is designed for both married and single ladies, and is the very best thing known for the purpose, as it will bring on the monthly sickness in cases of obstruction, after all other remedies of the kind have been tried iu vain. OrOyr 2000 BOTTLES have now beeu sold without a tingle fail ure when taken as directed, and with out the least injury to health in any rate. 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. PRICKS —Full strength, £10; Half Strength, £6; Quarter .Strength, £3 imt bottle. LST*Remember! I his medicine is designed ex pressly for Obstinate Cases, which all other rem edies of the kind have failed to curs; also that it is warranted as represented *i» every respect, or tbs price will be refunded. IF BEWARE OF IMITATIONS! Ncie genuine End warranted unless purchased directly of Dr. M. at his REMEDIAL INSTITUTE FOR SPECIAL DISEASES. No. 2S Union Street. Providence, R. I. ryThi* speciality embrace* all disease* ofi pri vate nature both of MEN and WOMEN, by a regu larly educated physician of twenty years’ practice, giving his whole attention to them. ousultations by letter or otherwise are strictly confidential, and medicines will be sent by Express, secure from observation, to all parts of tbe United State*. 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 Bbgland alone, without any benefit to those who pay it. Most of this sum comes out of a class of persons' who are the least able to Jose It, but once paid they can never get it hack, and they are compelled to suffer the wrong in silence, not dar ing to expose the cheat for tear of erposinq them selves. All this come* from trusting, without inquiry, to men who are alike destitute of honor, character, and skill, aud whose only recommendation is their own false and extravagant assertions, in praise of themselves. If. therefore, you would avoid being humbugged, take no man’s word, uom.itt.-r what his professions are. but MAKE INQUIRY r—it will co*t yon nothing, and may save you many regrets; for as advertising physicians, in nine cases out of ten ar bogus, there is uo safety iu trusting any of them,/*'* less vou know who and what they are. uu* CFDr- M. will *eud tree, bv’enclosing ng . as above, a Pamphlet on DISEASES OF and on Private Disease* generally ; gi»in|,7 7* information, with the most undoubted refsm(Ml ,ul* testimonials, without which no advertising' ”**** or medicine of this kind is deserving of aW*T“®** DENTE WHATEVER. CONFI tyordera by mail promptlv attended to. V. . your address plainly, and direct to Dr. U. N. Mat1® son, as above. June 23. dAw2m -PR1PARRD BY L. II. TITCOMB, APOTHECARY, 1^1 . . Pnrllnnd. Ms. CUKES.Dyspepsia, CORRECTS.Iudigestion and Flatulency. PREVENTS.Liver Complaints k Billons Fevera, RELIEVES.Constipation and Headache, STRENGTHENS the Nervous System. July 1, 1862. Ira “ BUY ME AND I’LL DO YOU GOOD !" Health nntl Strength Secured, BT THE r*E or THE GREAT SPRING AND SIMMER MEDICINE, Dr. Langley’s ROOT AND HERB BITTERS. COMPOSED of Sarsaparilla, Wild Cherrv, Yellow U-' Dock, Prickley Ash, Thoroughwort, Rhubarb, Mandrake, Dandelion, Ac., 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 wonderfhl—it acts directly upon the bowels and blood, by removing all obstructions fVom the internal organs, stimulating them into healthy action, renovating the fountains of life, purifying the blood, cleansing it from all huraora and causing it to course through every part of the body; restoring the invalid to health and usefhlness. They cure and eradicate from thesystom. Liver Com plaint. that main wheel of so many diseases, Jaun dance in its worst forms, all Billious Disease* and find stomach, Dvspenda, Costiveness, all kinds of Hu mors, Indigestion, Headache, Dizziness, Piles. Heart burn, Weakness, Pains in the side and bowels. Flatu lency. Loss of appetite, and a toroid or diseased Liv er, a disordered Stomach or bad blood, to which all are more or less subject in Soring and Summer. More than 20,000 persons nave been cured br thia medicine. It is hignlv recommended by Physicians everywhere. Try It and you will never regret it. Sold by all dealers in Medicine everywhere at only 26 and 88 cents per bottle. Orders addressed to GEO. C. GOODWIN k CO., Boston. june21d4m TAXES FOR 1M»9~ Collector's 1ST otioe. THE Assessors of the City of Portland having committed to ine. uith a warrant for collecting the same, the lax List for the present year, notice u hereby given that on all taxes paid within Thirty Hays from this Hate, Being the date of assessment, FIVE PER CENT. DISCOUNT, -OR WITHIN Siity Days - - Three per cent* Disconnt Will he allowed. On all Taxes remaining unpaid Four Months after the date of the assessment, INTEREST WILIi BE CHARGED, To comraeuce 60 days after the date of the assess ment. HENRY P. LORD, Treasurer & Collector. Portland, July », 1861 _dtf_ Book, Card & Fancy Printing, NEATLY EXECUTED AT THE OFFICE OF THE PRESS. BOSTON^ ADVERTISEMENTS. INDIAN MEDICAL INSTITUTE. OFFICE 30 BROMFIELD 8T . BOSTON. R*t. N. Dat, Pru t. R*v. P. Masob, Vice Prcft. R. Gbbbbb, M. D., Superintending Pkgeieian. ThU Institution >u established for tbo cure ef DU euse, upon the principle* of innocent medication, en tirely discarding the use of Poisonotu Drags. Many diseases, such as Scrofula, Humors of th* Blood. Diseases of the Throat and Langs, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Heart Complaint, Rheumatism! Female Complaints, and a great variety of ordinary Diseases are successfully treated by Medicine which may be sent to any part of the country with full directions. Persons having Cancers, or those afflicted with com plicated s. nhould immediately avail thamaalvca of Dr. Greene's |*rtuual attention ’ ^Cotmulm*. at th* office, by mail, free of Djj- Greene will be at the office from 8 A. M., to 1 The office will be open, and competent persons In attendance, from 7 1-S A. M.. to 8 I’M ^ “ All communication* should U* directed to R GKEENE, 9S Bromfleld Street, B«x»ton. Not*. Penon# wishing to investigate this method of practice, or its superior success, will be (Varnished with a pamphlet descriptive of treatment, free, br addressing R. GREENE, M. L> , 3b Bromfleld Street Boston. * WANTED! AGENTS. rrnOSE about to engage In the sale of 25 cent pack J. ago* of Stationery, Maps, Charts, or Portraits, should write to me before engaging elsewhere. Re member that I am the originator of the 25 oent pack age stationery, and also N. E. Agent fbr H. H. Lloyd * Lo's celebrated Map* and Chart#, and J. C. Bttttre’s tine Steel Engraved Portraits. Withal, it may be safely said, that I have the beat assortment of the mo0t saleable articles for the time* that can be found in New England. For particulars address B B BUSSELL, ElS Washington StreeTBortow FOWLE’8 PILE AED NUMON ruya. THE ONLT eras CUBS For BLEEDING, BLIND, and ITCHING PILES LEPROSY. 8f KOFLLa”sALT RHEUM, ’ AND DISEASES O# THE SKIN On* bottle warranted to cure every case of Piles two bottle* in all other cases of the above diasasee; if Bel, dealers are requested to refund the money is every case. Ouly five bottles in a thousand returned, and those were coaArmed Fistula. Hundreds of letter* and certificates are now in the proprietor’s possession, which can be seen on application. Send fbr Circular Prepared by HENRY D. FOWLE, Chemist, 71 Prince street. Boston. Sold everywhere. Certifi cate* with each bottle June a, WQl. _wtwl [PREMIUM STANDARD SCAI.ES. The** Scale* are still manufactured I only by the original inventor*, who are constantly adding such rtal and mluabl* improvement $ as their loaf experience and skill suggest. A COMPLETE VARIETY: as Hay, Coal, Railroad, Platform. Counter, Drug* Ct’s, and Butcher’s Scale*; Beams, Weights, Ac., sale at our Warehouse, 118 Milk Strut, (Thorndike Building,) Corner of Batterymareh 8t., BOTTOM. Sold in Portland by Emmet A Watimoubi. White’s Patent Alarm Money Draw ' A CERTAIN PROTECTION AGAITJ * THIEVE*. TST Sold ,t Fa rbaxe'b Scale War Milk Stuki Boeron, bjr gHooaa, 118 _brown. HBNRY JO^ DKALXJt r SNIP TIMB*RA1I1) pLA„ LOCl’ST TREE ° S^i**ral variety J^2LflTfc?b5 m jiua «v.aw te'oe 5ATteSt.. Boaton. WharflSOBorderSt., E. Boaton. FAIRBANKS & BEARD, WROLRRALE DEALER IE ALE, PORTER, CIDER, SODA, AND MINERAL WATER. Howard Athaxxcx BriLDixo, Howard 8t., BOSTON. DRAUGHT ALE AXD PORTER. BURNETT'S KALLISTON, A* R Waah for the Complrxion baa no aqnal. It la dbtingnbbed for ita cooling and toothing proportlaa, ‘^1 b admirably adapted to all unnatural condition! new***?*“; removing Tnn, Sanborn, t reoklaa, Bod Hand. a%Pu*^D®"* °* akin, Ac., coring Chapped of ,h* irriu,ion e«»a«l by the bitea od bv Joarph rf?d °'h'r “n0),iB« lwc" PreP*r all dcalcT ’»* * «• * *"■ “>• bT pywmtr:-- -- the ha.*. Which is so common B. prevented by the oae of “7 *" •ntJrel7 baa been aaed in .ho*and.’",'rrr B " w« cumin, out in band ft I!,. if““ Wh*"’*^r •rroat it. d,«y. and to promote I" ** on. growth. It b at the ,.mc “dri®0r' d rearing for the hair. A .Ingle •WdS?£*"*l "* dcr It .o(t and gloaty for aeveral dayt. _ ___. Jooeph HurueU k Co.. Boaton, and Ida , dealer*. ' 67 “ NEW PAINT tTOIE. CORNER OF WATER AND CONGRESS ST., BOSTON. Ashnel Wheelrr, Agl, Formerly la Union Street, Manufactaar and Deal er in PAINTS OILS, VARNISHES. And Painlera’ Snppliee Generally, Ma ple Drags, Spougen, Una, AXD— % SUPERIOR GLUES. MACHINE CUT FILES. THE WHIPPLE FILE MANUFACTURING CO. j Are now ready to supply every description of their ! Machine Cut Piles, warranted superior to all oth j era in use. OFFICE AMD SALESROOM : NO. 34 KILBY STREET, (Corner of Central.) Beaton. FAMILY Mourning Store, 20 WINTER ST.. BOSTON, Eftablfobcd for tbr «le of ; MOURNING DRESS GOODS, And Millinery Exclusively. w6w4 8. 8. WILLIAMS. 4* GLIDDEN A WILUANN' At r -L,JtE n» Akm Boston to San Francisco. OFFIC E, 114 STATE STREET. BOSTON. AH goods received and forwarded free of charge by FIRST ( LASS CLIPPER SHIPS, sailing prompt ly on their advertised days. The only real prompt line of ships from the Atlantic Ports. J A M E S & POPE, Wholesale and Retail Dealers is WHITE OAK AND HACKMETAOK SHIP TIMBER While Pine Timber fbr Wharves, Bridges and Fac tories. Also Southern Pine Floorings on band and worked to order. 98 State Street (ur stair*.) Timber Docks corner of E and First Sts., Boston.