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A STORY OF COUNTERPARTS. BY CLARA ACGC8TA. A quiet, uneventful life was mine until I left the shelter of my father’s roof in Gorham, and accepted the desk of book-keeper in the whole sale clothing establishment of Shears & Pres cott, in the busy little city of Weston. But there, one flue afternoon in October, just in the midst of Indian summer, I invited Lillie Prescott, with whom I was very nearly in love, to walk in the park with me. Her little hand, in its delicate primrose-colored glove, rested on my arm, her black eves were lifted to my face. I felt particularly tender and confiden tial, and at peace with all flic world. \\ e were speaking of the gorgeousness ol the distant hills, clothed a- they were i i their mantles of crimson foliage, when 1 was brought to a stop by hearing my name pronounced in a tone neither sweet nor agreeable. “Mr. Smith, I'll just trouble you to stop a mlnnitl” I looked up. A woman of fifty or therea bouts effectually blocked up the sidewalk be fore us: indeed, her proportions were colossal. If ever I have seen the personification of in dignation. I saw it in her expressive counte nance. “Madam!” I exclaimed, retreating a little from the battery of flashing eyes which she brought to bear upon me. “You needn’t madam me,” cried she, waxing redder. “I’ll just trouble you to settle this lit tle bill,” And she thrust an ominous piece of paper before my eyes, whicli read thus: Richard Smith to Mrs. Jcliasa Diogiss. Dr For six mouths' boa. d Sal 00 For " “ washing S12 00 tm (m I returned the bill to her. “I owe you nothing, uwdam. I never saw you liefore in my life.” “You needn’t lie to me!” cried she, setting her an ns a-kimbo. “I liain’t kept a genteel boarding house fifteen years for nothing, sir! You’ll either fork over on tiie spot, or I'll take the law’!” “Take it,” remarked I; “you’re welcome to It!” “You think to snrs me, young man! Re member what you promised! I'll have you took up as sure as my iiume s LMggms i ill lain you better than to deceive a trusting widder wo man in that way, you desatelul hypocrite!” "Madam, you insult me! 1—” "Oh! it looks well for such as you to stand on your dignity! Mighty lolly, ail at once! You've forgot the cream flapjacks I used to make you, and the kisses you used to give me every evening alter the rest of ’em was gone to hed! You've, lorgot the half-dozen sh its I made you, and never charged you a cent! You’ve lorgot that you solemnly promised that you’d marry me last Tuesday morning! You've forgot that, have you ?” “Yes—yes—I never!—no?” stammered I, dropping Miss Lillie's arm in consternation. "Doyou dare todenv it?” cried she in a rage. "Yes; forever and a day afterward!” I roar ed out. “Do yon think i would inarryan old termagant like you? I’d sooner wed my grandmother!” I saw llie Are flash up in her eyes. The wid ow was waxing dangerous. I dodged tile reti cule she aimed at uiy head.and tell over back ward as she charged upon me with her hall mourning parasol. Miss Lillie turned and tied. I thought discretion the better part of Vidor, so I leaped over a garden fence near at hand, and was immediately attacked by a large watch dog that sprung out of a kennel near by. I seized a dahlia pole, and. hurling it at the bel ligerent, made good my escape by fording a duck pond and reaching the next street, from which I hurried home at the best pace I could command. , I was resolved that I would not remain in Weston a day longer. Evidently there was in the city some other Richard Smith, for whose notorious self I was mistaken. I penned a hasty note to my employers—giving my rea sons tor leaving them—packed my trunks, paid inv board, and, marking my baggage “Richard Smith, New Hampton,” I entered the cars lor the locality specified on my trunks. In selecting New Hampton as my destination, I had no delinite purpose in view ; but In a place of its size I hail no doubt of being able to secure some lucrative situation, and the office of “Boots” was better, if I could be left unmolested, than the station of President, if T .a ..._ U . _J t_J l._ viragos in the streets. It was nAr noon of the next day when the train whirled up to the depot at New Hampton. I alighted, and was hastening down the plat form to look after my baggage, when I saw a young lady, in a brown silk walking-dress, earnestly regarding me. As she caught iny eye, she threw up her veil and sprang toward me. As the veil swept back, it revealed the loveliest laee I had ever looked upon. I had never dreamed of anything half so beautilul. In involuntary admiration I stood still. She threw herself into iny arms—her arms tell a rouud my neck—her velvet cheek touched mine—and such a kiss as she planted full on iny lips. My face was in a blaze. 1 felt as if 1 bail been stewed in honey, with lavender for flavor ing. She repeated the kiss—the munificent little »ugel!—exclaiming: “Dear, dear Richard! How delighted I am that you have come at last!” 1 was dumb. My mouth was sealed up with the sweetness of her kisses. I dared not speak lest I should dissolve the spell. “We have been expecting you for four whole days. Only think what a period of suspense 1” went on the* soft voice of the lady, as, clasping my hand, she drew me unresistingly to a pha eton. in waiting. “There, make yourself easy. I’m going to drive. Isn’t it pleasant to be Waited on, Richard ?” The arch brown eyes sought mine, as, draw ing up the fur-lined rolies, iny companion shook the reins over the white horses, aud we were whirled rapidly away. ‘Tapa is so anxious to see you once more, Richard; but his rheumatism is worse to-day, aud he could not drive down. William is ab sent on an errand for the bride. But I would come. I wanted so much to be the first to greet you. dear Richard. Alice is so beauti ful ! Richard, you ought to be the most grate fill man alive.” "I—I—believe I am,” exclaimed I. as reach ing up her sweet face, the little enchantress favored me w ith another kiss, which, this time, I repaid with compound interest, aud then blushed boiling hot to think of it. At this moment the phaeton stopped at the door of a flue old mansion on an aristocratic street; and, mechanically, I ulighted and lifted out my companion. The hall door was thrown open. The clasping hand of the young lady drew me within the vestibule; her musical *V»VV VHUV1I CWIHJ ni tut UUUI VI a UUHUUlf , “Alice, Richard has come.” Instantly the door flew open, and a dark haired, beautiful woman came forth. She Sazed at me an Instant with unutterable ten erucss, and then embraced me. with a ming ling of fervor and shyness, that was absolutely bewildering. Verily, I was a favored individ ual. An elderly gentleman, supporting liim •elf by a cane, now came forward and saluted me, calling me his “dear son,” and cutting short everything I attempted to say by his joyful volubility. The folding doors separating the sitting room and parlors were thrown apart. I heard the subdued hum of voices, the rustling of heavy silks, and, waiting in the alcoved arrh in an east window. 1 saw a clergyman in gown and bands. The elderly gentleman took the hand of the dark-haired Alice and placed it itj mine. “Take her,” he said, with emotion,“and may God prosper yott. We wHI have the most im portant thing first, and dinner afterward. The guests are already getriog impatient.” I glanced at Alice’s dress. It was bridal white; and her beautiful hair was crowned with a wreath of orange blossoms. The sight gave me a tremor. Mv pallor must have alarmed Alice, for she clutched mv arm wildly, and gazed into my face with painful anxiety. “What is it. Richard? Are you ill? Merciful heaven! Helen, look at him ! He is ill!” “It is nothing—nothing !” I gasped. “Only I cannot marry you! I—” “Oh, heaven !’’ cried Alice, in horrified dis may; and seeing she was about to fall, I flung my arm around her for support. At this mo ment the hall door was opened, and, turning at the sound, I saw, with my own eyes, my second self enter the room! My exact coun terpart. Richard Smith number two. His fierce eyes took in the scene at otic sweeping glance. He rushed towards me with a wild ejaculation, and, tearing the half-fainting Alice ft'om my arms, he planted hi- firm graspou my throat. I put my hand on the same locality of bis hoilv. ' What tire you doing?” he thundered in mv ear. "What are you doing?” I thundered in re sponse. “Tour life shall paythe forfeit!” heexclatm ed. with mad violence. “The man who Inis dared to win Alice Hereford's love shall die!” “Gentlemen,” interrupted the sweet voice of her wlmm they called Helen,“be patient; there is tome mistake, Which of you is nam ed Richard Smith?” “I am,” replied I. “I am,” replied my counterpart. “But which of you is Richard Smith, the son of Archibald Smith?” ‘•I am,” said my second self. “And I am not,” said I; “my father was named Robert.” Helen looked at me a moment, half in doubt, evidently, how to treat me after what had oc curred. Finally she held out her hand. “I beg your pardon, Mr. Smith; it was all a careless mistake of my own. Can you for give me?" I thought of the kisses she had given me, and wished the same mistake might be made over again, though I was wise enough not to make known my wish. "Let me explain,” she continued, frankly. “We were expecting my brother Richard home from the South, where he has been some four or live months past, and were quite sure that he would arrive on the train which brought you. He has been some years engag ed to Miss Hereford, and the marriage ceremo ny was to take place immediately on his arri- j vai. I went down to the depot to welcome him. and because of the strilking similitude In your respective personal appearance, I mis took a stranger for my brother. That is all. Brother Richard, Mr. Smith, is entirely blame less of any wrong. We gave him no time for explanation. Let me present you to each other as friends.” My counterpart shook hands with me, and begged my pardon for dislocating my neck tie. I granted it, and begged bis pardon for committing a like depredation on his neck-tie. And then at sigu from the elderly gentleman, we all walked into the drawing-room, where, in a brief space of time, my counterpart was made the husband of his biushing Alice. The acquaintance so singularly begun with the Smith family, soon ripened into friendship and became one of the most precious of life’s blessings to me. Helen Smith had kissed me, j and she could not forget it. If a man can get a woman to think of him—it hardly matters in what wav—he lias a claim on her: and so it was in iny case. I believe that I never met Helen but she blushed at the memory which stole over her. Three months after our first meeting, site kissed tne and called me Dear Richard.” And this time she was well aware that she was not addressing her brother. Is it a fortunate, or an unfortunate thing, to have a counterpart? When I think of the boarding house-keeper. 1 say, “ Xobut when I look at Helen and recall the circumstance of our introduction, I am accustomed to answer “ Yes.” MISCELLANEOUS.^ II . II. II ^ Y, JUNCTION OF FREE AND MIDDLE STS.,% — DEALER IN Fine Chemicals, Pure Drugs, GENUINE MEDICINES, ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN PERFUMERY, AND FANCY GOODS. APOTHECARIES' GLASS WARE, FORRIGS LEECHES, SURGICAL ISSTRU.VESTS, TRUSSES, SUPPORTERS. BRACES, ELASTIC STOCKISOS. fc. -ALSO VARNISHES, PAINTS, OILS, AND DYE-STUFFS, KEROSENE OIL, LARD OIL, And til other article* usually kept lu a Drug aud Faint eatablialimcut. jy State A cent for DAVIS & KIDD'S MAU XETO-ELECTKIC MACHINES. endltwtoctl RKXT FOR THE WEARY. ANDERSON’S SPRING BED BOTTOM! Patent granted October, 1862. -O. K. F’roh.oclc, GENERAL AGENT. Under United State* Hotel, Portland. THIS desirable mechanical arrangement Las now been iu use a nun cient length 01 time to sir w that it gives entire saiistkctiou and actually is the more valued tlie more it is used. This invention is a step in advance of all other* in the Spring Bed depanment, embracing a little more of their excelrei-cje*, and yet happily oveicomiug all their defects. It it flexible as hair, and yet so recu perative as to bring itself into pface with great facili ty. It is adapted to the invalid, the aged and old. and all who linger iu suflering and weakness. They are made of good materia warranted strong and du rable, aud not liable to get out oi order. TESTIMONIALS : Commercial House, Portland. June 16. 1802. Having introduced the •'Anderson Spring Bed Bot tom’’ into iuv house, after trial, I pronounce it to be an eas\ and healthy bed. I am using several kinds of spring bed bottoms, but consider the Andersou 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 our sleeping apartment*. \\ e give this spring bed bottom a decid ed preference o\er any and all otheie we have ever used. Our guests speak of them in the highest terms. We recommend their use to ail hotel keepers who de sire the comfort of their guests. w. d. McLaughlin & son, May 12,1863. Franklin House, Bangor, Me. [From Hon. Josiah II. Drummond.] I am using the ‘Ai dc.son Spring Bed Bottom/ and 1 am verv much pleased with it. JOslAU 11. DRUMMOND. Pnriloi.S I..K 99 IMl [From Hon. Lot M. Morrill.] Having used Andes son’ Spring Bed Bottom, I can ©beerftilJv recommei d it a- an excellent article. Augusta, Aug. 5,1802. LOT 31. MORRILL. Having become tullv satisfied of the benefit of the "Anderson Spring Bed Bottom,” 1 have purchased tliree of them at five dollars each, and do most cheer* fullv recommend them to the public. Watervllle, May, 1801. D&. K. R. BOUTELL. 3Ir. D. K Frohock has furnished the beds In mv house with the "Anderson Spring Bed Bottom,” ai d I take pleasure in recommending this article an the most convenient, economical ana com tort able thing of the kind with which J am acquainted. A. H. ABBOTT, Brincipal of Family School, Little Blue, Farmington. I have had the unspeakable pleasure of sleeping on one of the "Anderson Spring Bed Bottoms" tor the last tliree weeks, and must soy it :ai suiposses any thing 1 had anticipated. My wile, who is tceble, has had no good rest tor six months till occupy ing one of these beds. She would not part with iron anv ac count. Rev. JOHN’ ALLEN. Farmington, Feb. 28,1802. The Bed Bottom I bought of you fully merits my expectation*, and is fully up to your high recommen dations. 1 would cheerfully recommei d it to all who desire to improve their aleepii^ai ai in ei ts. AI STABLES, Augusta, April 10,1802. A. K. WILLIAMS. Having tested the "Anderson Spring Bed Bottom,” I can cheerfully recommend it to ail who are in need of such an article: and I believe it to be superior to anything ot the kind now in use. Water*ilie, April 12,1862. Rev. E. HAWES. Testimonials similar to the above have been re ceived frotntf he proprietors of the following public houses- - Benobsot Exchange, Bangor. Franklin House, Bangor. Skowhegnu House, Skowhegan. Lewiston House, Lew iston. * Winthrop House, Winthrop. Elmwood House, Watorville. Litchfield C omer House, i Stoddard House, Farmington. Revere House. Va-salhoro. Hallowell House, liallowell. China House. China. Franklin House, Augusta. Cushnoc House. Augusta. Abbott’s 8cho<4) Farmington Eaton Boy*’ Boarding Scnool, Kent’s nil!. iullTd&wdra Vermont Butter. * TUBS Crime, for salt* by **o J. F. WEEKS fc CO. THE MARKETS._| Portland Wholesale Prices Current. Exproealv corrected for the Press to November 5. j 10 pc i* levied on all mer cha unite not imported di rec' from the place qf pro duel ion or growth. A-he*. Duty : 10 pc ad val. l'earl p lb.7 @ 8 l'ot.6f.aj 7 Apple*. 0 rceu . bbl.. a) 1 Sliced p lb . 4<t 5> Cored p lb . 3^4 L i.cored p lb.2^3 Bread. Duty • 3) pc. 1'iiot p 100 lbs. 56 i @ 6 Ship.4? m 4 Crackers per bbl. 3 Crackers, p 100 . .36 ^40< Butter. Duty : 4c P lb. Family p lb.19 fa21< Store.14 Beau*. Marrow p bush52 26626* Pea..2 2.Vg.2 0 Blue l'od.2 12^2 3 Candle*. Duty : Sperm and I Tar 8c Steanne be, Tallow p lb Mould p lb.18c£13 SiH>rm .28 (a.30 Cheeae. Duty : 4c p lb. Vermont p lb. ...lOJ-'all Counrry.9^ 91 Coni -(Retail.) Duty : From Hr. Provinr e$ free,other foreign Ili tumenous 51 10, all oth er kinds OK; p ton. Cufcberl’d pton.59eg Whiteash.8Ag,' Lehigh.8*va» Franklin. 8$© C’otTee. Jhity : 6c p lb. Java p lb .81 ^32« St. Domingo.28’;a3» Rio .27 a 2' Mocha.34 ^ 3 Cordage. Duty : Tarred2|c, Afanil la 2), all other S\ p lb. American p lb .13 «14 Russia.13 ul3, Manilla.72 «-13 Boltrope, Russia .16) a 17 do. Manilla. 14 ^16 Cetueul. p l.bl. S13«Ve£13i Drug* and Dye*. Duty: p lb—Oil Cinna mnn 52. Oil Almonds am KSttU in m'oi Bergamot, Cassia ant Clones 81, Hydriadatt Potash ~bc,Cantharides M i stic. Ipecac, Rh ubarb Cardamons, Oil Lemon Anise and Orange, lo di ne 60c, Tolu a na Crad* Camphor3 *c, Refined do 40c, Tartaric Acid 2 >c Cream Tartar, Citrh Add, Shellac, ( opal, Da mar and tturns used fo\ like purposes 10c, Aloes Verdigris, Chlorate oj Potash, Carl. Magnetic Co, Boracic Acid, Yelloti Prussia!e Potash ant Bed do. 10c, Liauorice 0colic Acid ana Sugai of Lead 4c. Asphaltnn and Bi-Chro. potash 3c Sago 14c, Epsom Salts Liquor tee Root, Bi-Carb S<>da, Caust c Soda lc Castor Oil 60c p ga'. Morphine 82 p oz < Al um «Oc p cwt., Cop per a> 60c pcicf.. Muriatic Ac id lu pc ad cal., Spang es. Assafatida. Is t n glass. E/or Sulphur,Sen na, Arrowroot, Oinsenf, 20 pc. Bleaching Poxr dvrs 30c V cwt., Sag* 60c pc»6, Sa> Soda anr Sod a Ash jc p lb, Crudi Brimstone 83 and Rnl do. 80 p ton, Alcohol 40i P gal. Alum p lb.4 6< Aloes.20 (j&26 Arrow Root.17 6t40 Borax 28 (g30 Biimstone (roll).. .4* g 6 Bi*( arb. Soda.0} afi Sulphur. C a 0 Sal Soda.8 (a 4 Camphor.140&il 6< Cream Tartar.86 (a~6 Logwood ex.12j«l4 Magnesia .2& g.80 Indigo, M la. fine 8Hu 2 Madder.16vgl8 Opium.88i a. 8j Rhubarb.1 76g 20 Alcohol. 87 a% Fluid.1 08 e l 1 Camphene. 2 76 % Saltpetre.11 ^*28 Vitriol.12 & Drcwood*. Duty: Free. Barwood.2 Brazil Wood.18 Jet Camwood.4 g, 4 Fustic, Cuba. 2 ci 2 " Sa van villa. l*g. 2 llvperi.ic--4*a 6 Logwood, ( am peachy.2 <6 24 St. Domingo.l-'g 2 Extract Log wood. 12 jg. 14 Mic Wood. 'Hi Teach “ .8j(& 4 i?...i <• a.'#* a Sapan " .2 [a quercitron Bark.. 2jx 2 l(e<i Sanders.3 s 6 l)uc'i. Duty: 30 pc ad ral. Raven* .40c@ Portland, No. 3..SO g, “ No. 10. 62 sL Navv, S’r.No. 8 79 “ ’ •• No. 10. 61 Tent Duck, U. S. 10 o*.60 @ “ 12 07.60 (g Krnthrr*. Duty : 80 pc art ral. Live qeese p ft. .60 (a 66 Ktttdl. 26 jg. Fi«h. Duty : For 100 Mb* foreign caught — Herring 8 1 Mackerel 82, Salmon 83 and all other pickled it bblt. 81 6d p 6bl., other trite 50c p etc/. Fron Pro ein ret fret. Cod large p qut..88?@ 4 " small. 23 Pollock. 2ia 2 Haddock, .1 (a 1 Hake, . r.U a. 1 Herring,Shorepbl.8fa 4 do. Labrador., none, do. Scaled pbx 86® %r> do. No. 1 — 26&30 Mackerel p bbl., Bav No. 1. .. 89?'a9* Bav No. 2.era. . Bay No. 3.4 va 5 Shore No. 1.94 a 9 •• •• 2.♦<?« 7 do. (medium).. 84 do. («mall).2j@ Frail. Duty: Lemont. Orange* Banana and Plantain 20 pc ad ral., Almond 4c, and Shelled do. 6c 1 ft. Xuft and Dates 2i p ft. <\trranti, Figs Plum*, P nnts and I'ai tins Itc P ft. Citron 8 >>c a>l ral. Altnouds—Jordan p ft. Soft Shell. 13 £il«< Shelled.26 <a30 Currants.14 a 1. Citron.4<i «42 Pea Nut?.S2j a Fig?, common.... none. New Elenie _20c(a 2 Lemons, p ca?e 88 60« Oranges—Havana... 2 t Rai?ii ?. B<ue pca?k. Black.88 <p 10 Bunch p box. 3HO-o8S Laver.888$4 1 Da’es.7 'g 9 Pnn m. 8(<|tl0 Flour—Portlai diiist Superfine.866 Fancy.6 (a 6 Extra. 6fa. 7 Family.7 7 Extia Superior_74(<a 8 Western extra?—6?S£ 7 " fanev.7*<a 8 i< -1 £ 0 Ohio extra.7 wf 7 " dually . 8 @ 8 Canada supe’ No.l i o? e. StLouial'av Brai da.8 @ Southern 111. do do.7ifa8 Petapsco Family. .KVa ih Kve Hour... At'.a) 4 Corn Meal.3*® 8 Buckw’t F!’r p lb 2c^ 2 (•rain* Du*y : Com and Oatn Kx Piie and Barley 15c.au jtheaf 20c p ku. Frot Br. Province8free. Rve.*..94 GM Oats. &6f South Yel Corn. 73 «7* Corn. Mixed.75 (a.7* Bariev.fJO Shorts p ton... .522 fa2? Fine Feed.25 @21 (J r «lilt Moil «>»• Thif y : Ron gh—free. Rough, p ton. ...?17a2f D reused.30 a 3; <• nnpowdrr. Duty • Vallied at let* tha 2<V p lh he. over 20c t p lh and 20 pc ad ml. Blasting.*4) a 4 Rifle and Sporting 54jg: 1 lias* Presum'd p net T.813 'a V Loose.13 n il New do.12 @14 Hides and 8kiii«i Duty 10 pc ad val. Slaughter Hi lea.. .6 (ffi i Cn’fSlfns.9 (alt Ca’cutta Cow— Slaughtered. 1IWS11 Creen Salt.11561* Drv.90 a 11 Sheep Veits, < • r’n.9* <• c Sheep Pelt#, Dry 75vfcl < Duty 6c p lb. First Sort, 1862 . .14 (§.15 Iron* Duty: Pig and Stamp $0, Par not exceeding $50 p i ton value 817 p ton, ex 1 ceeding $60 p ton 818, less than $ inch thick or more than 7 inches wide, rounds l**s than « inch or more than 4 inches in diameter, and squares less than 1 inch or more than 4 inches square 820, ' Railroad 812 50, Boiler and Plate 825 p ton. Sheet 2« 21c p tb and 83g5 p ton. Common.3$® 3J “ If♦•tined 4« 4j Swede.0t« 0j Noi way.6ko} 7 Cast Steel.22 m.24 German Steel... .14 fglO 1 E11gli8i4iSli8.Steel.l6 vg.17 Spring.9 ,il 10 Sheet Iron, Engl. 5jg 5$ 'Sheet Iron,Russia. 17 <g!8 do Rus im’t. 13 g,14 hard* Barrel, p lb.llRSlH Kegs, p lb llglljc&llj Leather* Duty : 80 pc ad ral. ‘New York, light .22 <§23c do. md. Mis. 26 g27 1 do. heavy.26 (ft27 do. slaughter. .28 (o30 Airier. ( allskins. .05 :g79 Sl'ter Wax Leath.19 to, 20 Lrnd. Duty Pig l}c p lb Am. Pig p 1001b.$9P5) 9? Foreign Pig.9‘g 9] Sheet and Pipe.. lOj-glo] Linar* | Duty : 10 pc ad val. Rockland, cask .. .05 @70c Lnmber—From yard. Clear Pine, No. 1.838 \fv do. No.2 34 ^ ’ do. No. 3 21 @ do. No. 4 14 .a) Shinning Lumber.14 'a 10 su»uce. .10 oil Hemlock.8 (alO Box Sli'ks,(cash) 48 (aCOc Clapb'ds, Sext..S14 do. I’ “ .. 30 ,0.32 Shingles, Ced. ext 23 do. 44 No.1.2 a 2) do ext. l'iue 31.® ,3} Laths, Spruce..1 OOo] 26 do. Pine.1 26 c/" 1 80 1 Bed Oak Staves . 30 ®35 Mol. Hhd. Shook* & Heads, city.. 3<X>® Sugar do. city. .3<*T»e^ <Io. do. c'trv.l 26^160 Country Bit! Mol. Hhd.Shooks.. 2O052 25 j Slash.1<**£ 1 70 Hoont.528 ,«30 Haekinetaek Tim ber. k> tun.10^16 'I olii <*«•■«. Duty : 6c & gal. ( ientugos. ( ubac!a\ «‘d. 33 ®35 do. do. tart. 33 a do. Muscovado 36 ^38 New Orleans. Portland Syrup, hbds. 27 do. bbls. ft) Nail*. Duty: <ut\c, Wrought2c, j Assorted 3c ^ lb. Cask.8 80&400 \nval Store*. Duty : Turpentine, To fin. Pitch, 7ur20 ral., Spirits Turpentiue 16c V ffoJ. Tar(lteeign)pbbl.P13«18 I’itcli (Coal Tar). S4io Bosin.18‘(®20 rurpentine fr>gal .270&2 *6 < la hum. Duty : Free. Anno jean.9j Oil. Duty: Sperm, Whale and other Fish Oils of for eign fsheries 20 £c ad ral., Linseed, Hempseed and Pape seed 23c p> gal., Olive 23c, Salad 60c, Palm, Seal and Cocoa nut 10c gal. Portland Kerosene lllununat'g Oil CO ®C6e Machine.80 ^ 82 C larine. 1 Spetm Winter.. .1 9Ov«2O0 VVI.nl* t-*f Wii.t (if. 6 i.wv do. (rude.69 *90 Grand Bank and liay Chaleur. .£21 («22 Shore. Linseed.£1 25^fl27 I Boiled.1 8<'al 32 Lard Oil.1 05*1 10 i Olive Oil.1 75a] 80 < astor Oil.2 05 a2 10 Neatsfoot Oil-105*112 Oulons — P bbl.£2|® 2? p bush. 9f>*100 Paints* Duty : On White L ad dry or ground in oil and Bed \ Lead £2 40 p 100 It)*. Litharge 2}c, Oxide rtf Zinc 2jc p lb, Prussian Blue, rermiium. Chrome Yellote, Venetian Jied2Z>, Spanish Brown dry 20, in oil &J \>cad ral., Yel low and other Ochres 0)c p lOu lbs, Paris Whitt dry GUc, in oil £16d, H nitiuy 50c p 100 lbs. 1 P’tl'd Lead, in oiJ.fcOJ* Lewi* Lead, " 10jnlO$ Button Lead, “ 92* t rench Zinc, " . ksulQj Amer. Zinc, " . 8 *82 liochelle Yellow’. . 8 a 8i Eng. Ven. lied. .. .3 a 8} Litnage. 10* lied Lead..lo* Plaster* Ihity: Free. I er ton Soil.180^187 Hard.106*1 75 Ground.600*660 i Provisions. 7I>uty : Beef and Pork lc, Lard, Bacon and Hams 2c, Butter and Cheese 4c P lb. Cli’go Mess %*el.S12 *14 Portland do. .121*18 P'tl'd ext. do. . 14 *14* Pork, extra clear.181 *li Poik, clear.151 a 10 I’ork, mess. 13‘«14 I’ork. extra do .. 13 * 141 > l’ork. Prime. 11*11} Ham*.10* 11c C ity Smok’d Hams.none. Produce* Beet p «,u’i P lb 5 <& 7} Eggs, p doz ... 17 *18 Potatoes, p bbl. £11* lj Apples,diied, p tb 2‘* 8c < Idckens, Spring 1" a 14 Lamb .6 * 8 Turkies. 12 ^17 t eese. 4 *0 Veal.i ore. Pickles, p Lbl....£7}* 8} R ice* Ihity: Cleaned lie, Pad dy Jc p tb. 1 Kicr* p tb.03* 72 Rum* 1 orPai d distilled.60 *62c Salcralus* Sa’e a* us p lb-0i* 7c Salt. 1 Duty : In bulk 18c, and in l>ags 24c P loO tbs. Turk’s Is., p hlid. (8 bus.).£2’@ 8 Liverpool.2|* 22 - Cadiz.none Sacks Salt .none. Gr’d Butter Salt. .20 * Starch* ! Duty : 20 pc ad ral. Pearl. 6*3* 7 • 1 otato. 8 a 8t Shot-piOOlb- SH-ttlo )I>top.£101* Buck. 11 * Son |>* ■! Duty : 86 Be ad ral. L«*aihe & (-ore's, Trow 1 i bridee ft Sndtb’s Ex. tra No. 1 V ft- 9 JFamily do.7'£ 7? f'No. 1.'. 7 £ 7] Eagle No. 1.6*£ 6} f Star. 6 (a .Castile.124(1* 16 | Crane's.9 & 9j Spier** ? Duty: Dinger Root 6c, f around (linger Pc, Pep l per and Pimento 12c, Clares lr»c. Cassia 10c, 4 Cassia Buds 20c, Cinna * mm 26c, Mace and Nut 1 megs 30c V lb. k Cassia V ft.45 £47c ? Cloves.8« £ 33 IjGinger, (llace)_30 £31 (Huger, (Africa). 3** £31 Mace.*.80 £90 7 Nutmegs .po £«5 » !>? per,. 23 £24 Pimento.21 £22 cl Serein* Duty : Linseed lrtc %> 5«., ('unary ?1 bu., Mus tard 3c V lb. Herds Crass.?2( ® Western Clover. KVa Hied Top.p3 » 3j I Lin wed.3 tr Canary.3j£ 8$ Sugar* Dnt if Me I ado 2c. n otkibore , No. 12 24c, above No. 12 <i\ and not abot'e 16 8c,o6nre c -Vo. 15 and not above 20 8'.c, above No. 20 «»,/ re *! lint,/ 4c V ft ijPortland A....... .91 a) do. A A.9 //; do. Yellow none. F'xtra Yellow.none. Muscovado.10 ys 11 do. in boud.PJ£9 Havana Brown... lof'ti 12 c do. White.. .1247/134 i New Orleans.11 ?'S 131 Crushed.14 £144 o < ramdated.14 £ 144 5 Powdered.13j£18) 0 Tnllow, 4 Duty: Talloir 1 pc, Soap 0; Stock 10 %>o ad val. American refined .8$ a 9t Hough.6Viy 6 T«*»« M« Duly: 20c p lb. liysou.TDc^fl Young Hyson... .76 « 1 Oolong .65 .t/78 Souchong.60 ^,55 Tobncro. Du ty: Lea res unman ufac lured 25. all other kind; 35 pc ad val. G's& 10’s best br’ds.70 ^®75< do. medium. 65 a08 do. conjTnon. 60 ^62 liall tbs J»est br’d* 76 'oKo do. raed. good.66 @70 do. common .60 a,tH2 Natural Leal, tbs £1 g, 1 Fhi cv. in Foil_ 14^2 Tin. Duty : Pig 15c, Plates 2, pc ad ml. % Bancn, cadi.... 40cS 4 Straits, rash.87‘.(«40 riate8-Char.I.C.$14«141 do. " I.X. . 15Jo 16 Coke.llf&Vt Wood. Hard, retail.SOJ'g 7 Soft, “ .41% 6 Twine* Duty : Ho pc ad vat. iCottou sail.83 585c I lax “ .40 a •* haloing.45 (560 liemp “ ... .42 g: 50 India. 20a* 25 Varnisli* Furniture.S2 @ 8 Coach.3 (5 4 L>amar.3j Wool. Duty: Costing 18c P lb and under 5 pc, over 18c to 24c p lb 3c, over 24c 9c p lb. Fleece.46 'S.55c Lamb*.45 (tj53 Zinc* Duty: In blocks nr pigs 14c, in *h> ■ fs 2c p ib, manufacture* of 30 pc <uf rat. Figs and fdabs.5K«^64 Sheet Mcsblmann. ln$tdll Sheathing.90 ^ Exchange. London—GOd. 1424(5144 Paris.S3 90<aJ 97$ LEGAL NOTICES. At a Court of Probate held at Portland, within and lor the County of Cumberland, on the first Tuesday of November,in the year of our Lord eigh teen hundred and sixtv-two, MARY A. MITCHELL, Widow of Edward H. .Mitchell, late ol Ya> mouth in said County, de ceased, having piesented her petition for the assign ment of her Dower in the Real Estate of which he died seized: aiso her petition as Administiatiix of ol said deceased'* estate, for license to sell and con vey certain Real Estate described in said petition: If teas Ordered, that the said Petitioner give no tice to all persons interested, hy causing notice to be nnWished three weeks successiv ely in the Maine State Pres1, printed at Portland, that thev may appear at a Probate ( ourt to be held at said Portland, on the first Tuesday of December next, at ten of the clock in Die forenoon, and show cause, if any they have, why the same should not be granted. WILLIAM G. HARROWS, Judge. A true copy, Attest, w3w21* * EUGENE UUMPHREY, Register. At a Court of Probate held at Portland, within and for the County ol < umberiand. on the first Tuosdav of November, in the year ol our Lord eigh teen bundled and sixty-two, JOHN M. PARKER, Administrator with the will annexed, of the Estate ol Wil iam B. Lanabee, late of Scarborough, iu said County, deceased, hav ing presented his first and tina. account of adminis tiation of said estate lor probate: It tain Ordered, that the said Administator give no tice to all persons interested, bv causing notice to be published three weeks successively in the Maine State Press printed at Portland, that they ma\ appear at a Probate Court to be held at said Portland, on the first Tuesday of December next, at ten of the clock in the forenoon, and shew cause, if any they have, why the same shou'd uot be allowed. WILLIAM G. BARROWS, Judge. A true copy, A"est. *3vv21* ' EUGENE HUMPHREY, Register. At a Court of Probate held at Portland, within and for the Countv of Cumberland, on the liist Tuesday of November,in the year ol our Lordeigli YtTILLlAM 11. FESSENDEN, Administrator of y f 1 lie estate of Richard iiili, late ot Portland in said County, deceased, having presented his first and final account of administration of said estate for probate: It ten* Ordered,That the paid Administrator give no tice to all iiersomt interested, by causing notice to be published three weeks successively, in the Maine State l*re<s, printed at Portland, that they may ap pear at a Probate Court to tie held at said Portland, on the first Tumday of De«*emlier next, at ten of the clock in the forenoon, and show cause if any they have, why the same should not be allowed. WILLIAM G. BARROWS, Judge. A true copy Attest w3w21* EUGENE HUMPHREY. Register. At a Court of Probate held at Portland, within and for the Coumv of Cumberland, on the tii9t Taeadav of November, in the year of ourLord eigh teen hundred and sixtv-two, ALFRED M DREISER. Administiator of the estate ol John W. Fold, late of Portland, in said County, deceased, having piesentcd his first aid fii a! account ol administiatiou ol said estate for pro bate : It teas Ordered, That the said Administrator give notice to all persons interested, b\ causing notice to be pub i*-lied three weeks suecpssivelv, in the Maine State Pie.-», printed at Portland, that they may ap pear a* a Probale Court to be he d at said" Poitlai a, on the first Tucsdav of December i ext. at ten ol the clock in the foiei non, ai d show cause if any thev have, why the same should not he allowed. WILLIAM G. BARROWs, Judge. A true copy, A’test, 21 w8w* EUGENE HUMPHREY. Register. At a Court of Probate he'd at Portland, within and toi the County of Cumberland, on the fiist Tuesday of November, in the year ol our Lord eighteen hui died and sixtv-two.’ JAME> JOHNSON, cuaidian of Ellen L. Moody aid Emory Moody, minor heirs of John-Mood v, late ot scaiborough, dtc«-a«ed, l aving presented his fiist accounts ol Guaruianship of saiu minors lor probate: It voj Ordered. That thesaid Guardian give notice to all persons inteiesled, by causine notice to be pub lisheo three weeks successively in the Maine State Press, printed at Portland, thait they may apj-ear at a Probate C ourt to be held at said Portland, on the first tiesday of December text, at ten ol the clock in the forenoon, and show cause, if any they have, why the same should not be allowed. WILLIAM G. BARROWS, Judge. A true copy, attest w3w21* EUGENE HUMPHREY, Register. At a Court of 1’robate held at Portland within n 1 ■ fi.r (lift t n11.1v nt f i<ml <n n. /I nn *1... *1. c* Tuesday ot November, in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and sixty-two, ('tilARLKS bllL.-t *N, i amed Executor In a cer J tain Instrument j u porting to be tire last Will ai <1 testament oi btepl.cn Knight, late of l ortlai-d in said (ounty, deceased, Laving presented the same for probate: It teas Urdertd, That the said Executor give no tice to a 1 persoi 9 interested, by causing notice to be pub’ished three weeks, successive^, in the Maine Ma e Press, primed at Poet land, that they may ap peal mt a 1 ronate ( ourt to be he d at said' Portland, on the first Tuesday ol December next, at ten ot the c ock in the ioiei.obn. ai d show cause, it any thev .1 a. e, w by the »aid li stiuraent sl.cu d not be proved, approved, ai d a owed.astLe last Will and Testa ment of said deceased. WILLIAM G. BARROWS, Judge A true copy, A ter. , 21 w3w* EUuENE HUMPHREY, Register. rilHE Subscriber hereby gives public notice to all JL concer ned, that he has been duly appointed and taken upon himself the trust of Administrator of the estate of « GUSTAVUS G. CHURCHILL, la’e of Portlai U, In the County ol Cumberland, de ceased, by giving bond as the law directs; he there fore requests all persons who are indebted to the said deceased’s estate to make immediate payment; and those who have anv demands thereon, to exhib it the same for settlement to LIBERTY B DENNETT. Portland, Nov.4.1862._ 2l w3w» Notice of Foreclosure. VOTK E is herebv given that the subscribers, Otis i.1 1 Ha 1. ol < ambndge. Massachusetts.ai d 1 eter If. Hall, of Wii dhani, (ounty oi (umber laid aid .State ot Maine, c ami by mortgage a certain lot of lai d and the buildings theieon, situate in Sebago in said Coin tv of ( umber and, ai d being pait of lot 1 umbered fifteen in the tiist range East in said 8eba go: said pa ceJ lying on the easteily side 01 North West River, and being the same lot so’d and convey ed to us by Levi B. Dyer, December 10, 1857. by his mortgage deod of that date recorded in the Cumber lai d Registi' ol Deeds, book 284 page 400. flip conditions ot said mortgage have been brokeu, by reasou w hereof we Leieby c'aim a forec’osure of tbesame. ' OTIS T. HALL. 1 ETER R. HALL. Dated at Windham, Oct. 27. 1862. 19 w3w * STATE OF MAINE. To WILLIAM L. BARROWS, one of the Justices ol the 1 eace lor the County ot ( umbei land. tesi dent in the town ot Brunswick, in said ( ounty : Vul. aie hereby requested to call a meeting of the J holdeis or bonds of tire Kennebec & Portland Rai road Company, secured bv its mortgage made to trustees theieiu-i anted, pursuant to a vote of said Company, passed at its annual meeting ho,'den on Oct. <. 1852. thev having become, by viifneot a fore closure ol the light of tedemption of said mortgage, members ot a company incorporated by statute, chap ter titty-01 e anu section titty-seven—and the under signed a<e flue* members of said last 1 amed compa ny—to be holi «i at the Depot in said tow n ot Bruns wick, oil Wednesday the fifth dav ol November next, at ten of tire clock in the forenoon, to act upon the followii g articles:— First, to oigai i/e said company and to choose a clerk, dhectois treasurer, and other oti.ceis. Second, to adopt a code 01 by-laws. Third, to determine how future meetings shall be called. Fourth, to adopt measures to procure a final settle ment with tlie sard Trustees, ai d a convexance fiom them ot all title ai d interest acquited by them by viitue ol said mortgage ai d its force osure. Fifth, to authorize the directors, or other persons, to compromise, or pay, 01 procure delay of payment, oi ailptioi denial us, bor ds. and c airns, against the Kennebec and Portland Railroad Company. Sixth, to authorize the directors, or other persons, to make anangemefit* with tlie trustees in possession of the lailioacf, respecting its fuiuie use. hereof A, to act on any other matter that may be ETHER SHE!'LEY, WJI. D SEW ALL. K. AI. WmiilOHE, October 9,18*12. STATE OF MAINE. | Cumrkrla^ d. ss.—To Win. D. Snu-all.above-ramed, ot Bath, in tin* Com ty of Sagadahoc. Esquire: THE foregoing application having been presented Jl to me, 1 equating me to issue u van ant diiected to one of said applicants, to call a meeting of the bonn-holdera theieiu mentioned, aaid application is hereby made a part of this variant, ai d yon are di t reeled to notify a meeting of the bond-holders theie • in mentioned, at the time, and tor tlie purposes, and | at the place, therein set forth, bv publish! ig a notice j of said meeting, seven day s at least before the time : of holding the same, in each of the following tu ws : papers, vw: tlie Portland Daily Press, published at I Portland, in the < ouuty ot Cumberland, the Sentinel and Times, published a* Hath, in the Cotintv of Saga i da hoc, and the Kennebec Journal, published at Au ! gttsta, in the ( ouuty of Kennebec. Given ui der mv band at Brunswick, in the Countv of Cumberland, this tenth dav of October, A. D. 18G2. \VM. G. BARROWS, Justice of the 1 eace. Pursuant to the foregoing Warrant to me directed, I herebv i otify the holders of boi ds mentioned and referied to in the foiegoing application aid war rant. :o meet at the depot in Him svick aforesaid, on Wednesday, the tilth dav of November next, at ten ot tl c clock in the forenoon, tor the purposes in said j application set forth. WM. D SEWALL. ! Bath, Oct. 10,18*52. dtuoy* ♦ RAILROADS. KENNEBEC AND PORTLAND R. It. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Commenced April 14th, 18(52. Passenger trains will leave daily, (Sun sw3y**HiKadavs excepted) as follows: Augusta ior Bath, Portland and Boston, at 11.16 A. M.. connecting at Brunswick with the Androscoggin Kailroad for Lewiston, Livermore Falls, Wilton and Farmington. Leave Portland for Bath and Augusta at 1.00 P. M., connecting at Brunswick with the Androscoggin trains tin stations on that road ; and at Augusta with the Somerset k Kennebec Kailroad for Waterville, Kendall’s Mills and gkowhegan, and at Kendall s Mills with ttie I cnobscot k Kennebec Road lor Pitts tield, Newport and Bangor; arriving same night. Monday Morning ami Saturday Evening Trains. On Monday trains leave Augusta at 6.80 A. M , and Bath at 6.30 A. M., for Portland, connecting with the 8.45 A. M. train for Lowell and Boston. Leave Portland on gatutdays, at 8.16 P M., on ar rival of train from Boston, for Bath and Augusta. STAGE CONNECTION*. Stages leave Bath daily (Sundays excepted) at 3.00 P. M , on arrival of train from Portland and Boston, for Wiseasset, Dainariscotta. Waldoboro’, Rockland and Thomastou. Stages leave Augusta daily (Sundays excepted), for Belfast, on arrival of train from Portland and Bos ton. Tickets sold in Boston for all the stations on the Kennebec & Portland, Androscoggin, and gomerset & Kennebec Roads. Freight trains run daily between Auguste and Port land. ' B. M. CUSHMAN. Manager and guperirtendent. Augusta, April. 1862. june23dtf ANDROSCOGGIN RAILROAD. HUMMER ARRANGEMENT. SRgggEff.NR Pn ar<1 after Monday, Mar 6. 1862, am. Faunjugton via Brunswick, at T 1’. 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 45 A. M. Freight trains daily between Portland and Lewis ton. STAGE CONNECTIONS. StaTe leaves .Strickland’s Ferry Tuesdavs, Thurs day* and Saturdays, for Livermore. Canton, Pern and Dixtield; returning opi>o«;ite da's. Stage leaves North Jay tor East Dixtield, Dixtield, and Weld, on Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturdays; returning opposite davs. Stage leaves Farmington or New Vineyard. New Portland and Kingtield, on Wednesdays and Satur day*, returning on Mondays ai d Fridays. Stages leave Farmington daily, for Strong, Avon and Phillips. Passengers for this route will take the cars at the Portland, Saco A Portsmouth, or Kenrehec A Port land Depots, in Portland. 8. W. EATON. Rnp’t. Farmington May 6, 1862 Junc23dtf GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY Xolicc to Wood and Lumber ?Icr chanlft. I^ROM November lit, lSft2, to Mar lit. Wa, the rates of freight on all descriptions of lumber ami timber will Ik? advanced 25 per cent. No tire wood will be conveved bet ween October 1st, 1862. and May 1st. 1803 An advance in the rates of fire wood will take place next summer, but in consequence of changes in the arrangement for conducting the w ood business, which are alK»ut to be made, the Company will not be able to take tire wood from certain places on the line, so that should any parties make contract* for tire wood to be carried on the railway during the next season, thev must understand that thev will do so at their own ri'k. and that the Company will not feel themselves bound to carry it. Due notice will be given of the rates of freight, and from what stations fire wood can be carried i.ext summer. C. J. BRYDCES. Managing Director. Montreal. August 1.1862. afritf THROUGH TICKETS To Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland. Detroit, Toledo, St. Paul, La Cbossk, St. Louis, New Orleans, or any part of the WEST, SOl'Til OR NORTH WEST, BY THE ERIE RAILWAY. Via Buffalo, Dunkirk, and Niagara Falls. This road is broad uuage and is provided with New- and bplendid bleeping Cur*. UP* Tickets sold iu Portland at lowest Boston rate ' by VT. D. LITTLE, Agent, Office 31 Exchange Street. ffy You can save money by securing tickets at this office. June 23. dawtf At a Court of Proba’e held at Portland, within and for the County of 1 umbeiland, on the thiid Tues day of October, iu the jear of our Lord eighteen hundred ai d sixtv-two, SABAH J Mol KIN8, named Executrix and re »iduai) legatee in the last will and testament of Edwa d N. Joidan, late ot Westbrook in said Coun ty, deceased, having in wilting declined to accept saidtiustot Executiix, urd piesenteti l.er petition that administia-ion with the will am exed on the es tate of said deceased maybe granted to iiiiam 11. Dow, ot said Westbrook: It was Ordered, That the said Petitioner give no tice to all pei sons interested, by causing notice to be published thiee weeks successively iu the Maine State Press, piloted at Pottiai d, that they may appear at a Piobate Court to be held at said Port and, on the ! third Tuesday of November next, at ten of the clock in the fotenoon, and show cau-e, if any they have, why the »ame should not be giai ted. WII I !A\I t. lURimWC T.wL.o A true copy, attest, 19w3w» ‘ EUGENE HUMPHREY Register. At a Court of Probate held at Portlai d, within and for the County oi Cumberiai d, on the third Tues day of October, in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and sixty-two, A BBIE L. L. NORTH, widow of Samuel North, A late of Westbrook in said County, deceased, having presented her petition that administration ou the es'afe of said deceased may be gianted to Na thar jei Biown, of Gorham in said County, Esqaiio: It icus Ordered, That the said Petitioner give no tice to all poisons interested, by causing notice to be published three weeks successively in the Mail e .State Press, printed at Port ai d, that they mav ap pear at a Probate C ourt to be held at said Portland, or. the third Tuesdav of November next, at ten of the clock in the forenoon, and show cause, if any the> have, why the same should not be gran to . WILLIAM G. BARROWS, J u ge A true copv, attest, 19 w3w« ' EUGENE HUMPHREY, Regi 4- r. Notice of Foreclosure*. VOTK E is hereby given that the subscriber, Wil iani M. Hall, of Oxford, in the County of Ox foid and Mate of Maine, c airns by mortgage an un ! divided thiid pait of lot ol land numbered fifteen in the tiist range Last in the town of fcjeba.roand (oun tv ot Cumber land, in said State, together with one undivided thiid of the mil) privilege on North West River, near said lot, the mill, buildings and machin ery on said privilege, and thiee acies of land there unto adjoining;—being the same sold a: d comeved to me bv James P. Halt, Jar;. 20. 1869. bv his mort gage deed of that date, recorded in the Cumberiai d Registry of Deeds, book 292. rage 121, to which tec oid 1 hereby rsler for a lurther description of said property. The condition of said mortgage has been broken, bv reason whereof J hereby c aim a toiec’o-ure of th* same. WILLIAM M. HALL. Dated at Oxfotd, Oct. 27. 1862. 19 w3w* THE subscriber hereby gives public notice to all concerned, that he has been duly appointed and taken upon himself the trust of Aumiuistrator of the estate of ELMIRA GRANT, ’are of Yarmouth in the County of Cumbeland. de ceased, by giving boud as the law directs; he there fore requests a!) persons who are indebted to the said deceased’s estate, to make immediate payment; ui d those who have any demar ds thereon, to exhibit the same for settlement to JAMES HUTCHINS. Yarmouth, Oct. 21,1862. 21 w3w* Notice of Insolvency. THE undersigned l aving been appointed bv the Judge of Piobate lor the County of Cumberland, Commissioners to receive and examine the c aims of the creditors to the estate of Daniel W Anthoine, late of Windham, in said County, deceased, herebv give notice that six moi.ihs from the 7’h dav of Octo ber, A. D. 1862, will be allowed to said creditors for bringing in their c'aims and proving their debts, ai d that thev will attend for the purpose of receiving such claims ar d proof at the dwelling house of El brldge Sav wood, it* Wii dham, on the 'ast Thursday of October. November, December,and January, fioru ous till four o'c'ock in the afternoon. SEWARD M BAKER. I Commia J A MES < - O W EN HANSON. I sioneis. vundnam. net. 7. wow 17* THE subscriber hereby give* public notice to a!l cot cerned, that he lias been duly appointed and taken upon himself the trust of Administrator ofthe estate of WILLIAM DOUGHTY. late of Harpswell, in the Countv of Cumberland, de ceased, bv giving bond a* the law direct*; he there fore teeueets all persons who are indebted to the said deceased's estate, to make immediate payment; and those who have any demands tbereou, to exhibit the same for settlement to AUGUSTUS r. JORDAN. Harpswel!, Oct. 21.1S«2. 20 w8w* fllHK subscriber herebv gives public notice to all 1 concerned, fl at he ha-* been duly appointed and taken upon himself the trust of Executor of the last will and testament of LOIS WINSLOW, late of Westbrook in the Count* ot Cumberland, de ceased, bv giving bond a* the law directs; he there fore requests "ll persons who are indebted to the said deceased's estate to make immediate pay ment; and those who have any demand* thereon, to exhibit the same for settlement to HENRY M.AI1NOTT. We«tbrook. Oct. 21.1W2. ‘ 19 t»8w* Commissioners' XorWe. FT1 HE undo signed having been appointed by the JL Judge of Probate for the County of Cumberland ; a* Commissioner* to receive and examine a’l c’aims ayair. -t the estate of Cornelius R. Rutlcr,late of Port land in said County, deceased, beiebv give public notice that thev have appointed the third Monday* respectively ofthe months of January, Felnuarv, March and April. A. D.1W8 at ten o c’eck A. M., and the of! ce of John Neal, Rsq., ii> -nld Portland, a> the time and place fo»- receiving said claims and the proof thereof. JOHN NEAL. 1W w3w ALBERT 5IERKILL,) Lom **• _MEDICAL._! Eclectic .tlcdicnl Infirmary. to thITadies. DR. HUGHES particularly invites all Ladies who noed a medical adviser, to call at his rooms, No. 6 Temple Street, which they will hud arranged tor their e#i»eci&I accommodation. Hr. H.’s Eclectic Kenovatiug Medicines are unrival led in ethcaoy and superior virtue iu rogulating all Female Irregularities. Their action is specitic and certain of producing relief in a short time. LA DIFS will tint! it invaluable in aJI cases of ob struction# after all other remedies have been tried in ' vain. It is purely vegetable, containing nothing in I 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 add rising UK. HUGH Eh. No. 6 Temple Street, corner of Middle, I’ortland. N. B.—LADIES desiring may consult one of their ow n sex. A lady of experience iu constant attend ance.__julldawtl.3 DK. HIGHER Eclectic yicdical Infirmary. Established f*r the treatment of those diseases in both sexes, requiring Experience, Skill, Honor and delicacy. PRI\ ATE CONSULTATIONS.—Dr. Hughes has tor a number of year# contiied his attention to disease* of a ceitain class. During hi# practice he ha# treated thousands of case#, and in no instance has he met with a failure. The remedies are mild, and there is no interruption of business or change of diet. Dr. Hughe# is in constant attendance from 8 in the morning until 10 at night, at hi# ofl.ee, 5 Tem ple street. Charge* moderate, and a cure guaranteed in ail cases. Separate rooms, so that no one will be seen but the Dr. himself. His remedies cure disease when all other remedies fail: cure*- without dieting or restriction iu the habits of the patient; cures with out the disgusting and sickeuing effects of most other remedies; cure* new cases in a few hours; cures with out the dreadful consequent effects of mercury, but i# sure to annihilate the rank and poisonous taint that the blood is sure to absorb, uni***# the proper remedy i# used. Tho ingredients are entirely vegeta ble. and no injurious effect, either constitutionally or localU , can be caused by using them. YOUNG MEN', who are troubled with seminal weakness, generally caused by bad habits iu youth, the effect* of which are pain and dizziness in the iui)i;cuumr'», wuiviiim'K a ringing m iuo mr», | weak eyes, etc., terminating in consumption or in sanity if neglected, are speedily and permanently | cured. All correspondence strictly confidential and will e returned If desired. Address DR. J. B HUGHES, No. 6 Tempi© Street, (corner of Middle), Portland. UP“Send stamp for Circular. jail—dA wtfS ltl.l\D\t:s* CURED. A Remarkable Case of a boy who was cured by DR. II. J. BOYNTON, Of Scrofulous Ophthalmia, as the following facts will show': jjfflwjew “FOR a long time the boy’s eye-lids had been entirely closed. His case was cotisid ered almost hopeless. The boy was put uu der the care of Dr. B.,and after great pa tience and persc.< ance, with his electrical treatment and with other c f ntivee, he was able to lift his ey e lids, when it was- scovered that a false membrane had formed and * vered the entire eyes. This was removed by Dr. * <*ynton, and the boy’s eye-sight is | now entirely res jed. and bis eyes stronger than ev. i er before. This bould be known to all persons who are similarly afflicted. Although I understand that the Doctor has for many years, in his operations on these delicate organs—the eye and ear, met with em ! inent success, he has not deemed it necessary to keep blaring before the public his surgical skill in this par ticular part of his profession, but has been silently perfoiming cures, many of them of a remarkable I character.” E3P* Certificates from numerous of bis patients will testify to his successful opeiations, all of which may be seen ai his ofl ce. No. .189 Congre.s Street, Portland. dfcwthn” STEAMBOATS.-' INTERNATIONAL STEAMSHIP CO. EASTFORT, C ALAIS & St. JOHN, FALL ARRANGEMENT. Change of the Days or Sailing. j;Snw TIIL srearm-r "New Bnumwick." apt. E B. Winchester, ai.d .’steamer “New England,” (.apt. E Field, will I leave lor East port ana St.John every Moi.dav and j Thursday, (instead of Tuesday and Friday as hereto fore), commencing Otfi. 2d. The Steamei New Brunswick” will leave Railroad Whan, loot Mate Street, every Monday at 5 P. M. Returning, leaves St. John every Thursday at £ A M Steamer ’ New England” will leave Railroad Wharf, loot State Street, every Thursday at 5 P. M. Returning, leaves St. John every Moi day at * A M. £JT* Positively no freight received alter 4 o'clock P. M. ou the day of sailing. '1 (trough ticke’s ate sold by this line, connecting at East port with stage coaches' tor Machias. and with steamer (*ueen for Hobbinston, < aJats, St. Strphmt | and S*. Andrews, and at tire latter plac< over rail j way for Canterbury; Woodstock and Hmilton ' Stations. I We also ticket through per steam> rsanu railways ! for H'tndsor, Hal’far, Thgby, Fredericton, Sussex, | Moncton. Skethac, Prince Edwards Islam!, Pictou, j Sarth Shore of Xew Brunswick, Mir t true hi. and . ’ Ron if* ('imi*ur | Sejn.24.1-ua. dlf C. C. EATON. Agent. j M O N 1' REAL OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO’S Weekly Mail Line. m ON E of the following first-class, power *w steamer*: HIBERNIAN, NORTH fTT^AMERH AN,NORWEGIAN, JURA. SCraStKrf-L* hotiEM 1AN. ANGLO SjAXoN. NO VA dloilAN—will sail from Quebec every Satur da\ morning, for Liverpool. via Londonderry. Passenger# leave Port land |»er Grand Trunk Train* with United 8ta?e* mails, every Friday, at 1 15 P. M., j connecting with Steamer at Quebec every Saturday morning. Passage to Liverpool. Londonderry or Glasgow: rhird Glass. $35. Fitst Glass, $77 to *93—according to accommodation,—which include* tickets on Grand i Trunk Railway. Prepaid and retnrn tickets Issued at reduced rates Excuisiou ticket* to the World's F'air, out and | back, 81 Apply to Edinoustone. Allan k Co., Montreal, or to .1. L. F.4RMKR. No. 10 EXCHANGE ST., PORTLAND. June 23. 1882. dtf Portland and Yew York Steumers. m -p- *^ie splendid and fast Steamship "C'HESAl EARE," Captain Sidney ^*^sr ~ia r *( row*ll, will until further notice run as follows: Leave Brown* Wharf. Portland, even- WEDNES DAY. at 4 1*. M.. ai d leave Pier 9 North River, New York, every SATURDAY, at 8 o'clock. P M This vessel is fitted up with tine accommodation# for passengers, making this the most speedy, sale and comfortable route for travellers between New York and Maine. Passage $5.00, including Pare and State Rooms. Goods forwarded by this line to ard f-om Montreal, Quebec, Bangor, Bath, Augusta. Ea-tport and St. John. Shipper# are requested to send their freight to the s earner before 8 P. M., on the day that she leaves , Pom land. F’or freight or passage applv to EMUlY A FOX, Brown* Wharf, Portland. H. B. < ROM WELL & CO., No. 80 West Street, New York. June 28.18 2. dtf — Notice of Insolvency. THE undersigned having been appointed bv the Judge of Probate for the County of Cumberland, Commissioneis to receive ai d examine the claims of the cieditors to the estate of Dai iei Ingcrsoll late of Windham, in said County, deceased, herebv give no tice that six months from the 7th dav of October, A.D. 1802, will be allowed to said creditors for btinging in their claims and proving their debts, and they will attend t*>r the put nose of receiving such claim* and firoofs at the dwelling house of Charles Hunnewe'ls. n Windham, on the last Fitflay of October. Novem ber. December, and January, fioin one till four o'clock in ti e afternoon. K U \VA H t>' A NI>KRSON, I CommlMionm Windham. October 7th. 1R»2. w8wl7# Sheriff's ^ule. Cumberla xX^ss: f|lAKEN on Execution, and unless previously re X deemed, will be sold at Public Auction to the highest bidder, on Mot dav, the 1st dav of Decern- i bcr,A. D 1882. at the Post Office in Saccaiappa Vil lage, in the town ot Westbrook, in the County of Cumberland, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, all’ the right which Thomas Akers has or had on the twen Meth day of March, A. D. 1*62. at 12 o’clock noon, I to redeem the following described real estate, the j same having been attached ou the original writ: A certain piefe of )ai d with all the building* thereon. , situated in Westbrook at >accarap(c Village, in said Coun'y, on blow n stieet, and boat ded as follows, vi/. Beginning at the most soutl erh corner of a lot of land that Solomon L. Elder sold to Stephen Cole, at a stone and post; thence north scveuty-eigl t and [ one-quarter degree* east to a spike in a w hite oak i tree, and thence to a atone on the northerly corner of ! said lot. eleven rods and eight link*; thei.ee south ; thiity-two and one-half degrees east three rods to a white oak stump and stone; thei ce south twenty-two degrees oast two rod*and nineteen links to a stone and corner of Smith lot: thence south seventy.nine and one-quarter degrees w est thirteen rods, to Facto , ry street, so called, to a stone; thence north westerly by said last named street five rods, seven ami \ oue-half links, to the first mentioned hounds—being ; the samepronertv that l’reston Dav bought of Mary Plainer, and by said Day conveyed to Thonm* Akers, and the same now occupied bv said Aker*. The above J described real estate being subject to a mortgage to i Preston Day. to secure the payment of twelve hun- ! tired dollar-. a* per deed of December 7th. 1867. re- j i corded In Cumberland Registry of Deeds, tohime j 1 2*4, page 167: and the said Dav bv his assi m inent of said mortgage to Ivory Harelton, on the 23d dav of July, 1859—consideration eight hundred dollars—ns con ed in Cumberland Registry of Deeds, volume 294. page 421. and now due on said mortgage four hundred dollars, and interest on the same from the 1st dav of May. 1S«2. Reference to said Registry be j ing had for a particular description of tin' -*nid prem ises and the said mortgage. Further particulars at j the time and p ace of sale. j Dated at W stbrook, October 80th. A. D. 1*82. UEO. W. PARKER, I>eputy Sheriff. I 29 w3w _PHI N TING. REMOVAL! THE BOOK -A YD SOB PRINTING Establishment -OF FOSTER Sr CUSHINGj Ha. tM.ii r.niov.ri from tb. ofBc. orar Caaco Bank to tb. otEe. of tb. DAILY PRESS, CORNER OF MIDDLE AND EXCHANGE STS. FOX BLOCK, Directly over the Magnetic Telegraph Office. Fourth Story, where all varieties of Plain and Fancy Job Work, Will be promptly attended to oo the moat libara tana. ENTRANCE - - 83} EXCHANQE STREET, Orderi left at the conntlng-room of tha Dally Prase and Maine State Preea, head of drat tight of etairt, will be promptly attended to. 17* The office le supplied with w* FAST PRESSES ARD STEAM POWER And its capacity and fhcllities for doing work In goad style are equal to any in the City or State. nf. A. FOSTER * CO. July 17, lm. dtf THE PORTLAND DAILY PRRS8 STEAM POWER Book and Job Printing Office, No. 82} EXCHANGE STREET, Fox Block, • • Second Floor, PORTLAND, MAINE. The Proprietors of the Poktlawd Dsilt Pm ns respectfully invite attention to their thcilitiee tor exe entln.-, in beautiful etyle, evtry description of BOO-I AND JOB PRINTING t Their Eatabliahment la tarnished with all the ap proved modern machinery, and their assortment of Book and Fancy Types, !• adequate to do any work demanded in this State Business Card* of Every Variety, Style and Cost. PRINTED AT SHORTEST NOTICE. BILL-HEADS RULED AND CUT IN THE NEATEST MANNER. Billets A Circulars in Every Variety of Type BANK-CHICKS, NOTES, AND BILLS 01 LABINS, TAOS P1EKCED WITH HOLES A GLUTEN ED WHEN' DKslKED. Policien Printed and Bound for Insurance Coinpaniea. Deeds, Law Briefs, Eqnity Cases, ▲d<1 other LAW DOCUMENTS executed with Dieputch. Bronze, Colored, and all other kind* of Printing, Executed iu taste to suit the most fhstidious. WEDDING AND ADDRESS CARDS Our StyJet are unsurpassed. SHOP BILLS, PROGRAMMES, AI1> ALL SORTS OF HAND BILLS. Portland. June W. 18H2. daw Photounipliir Frame*. 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