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MISCELLANY.
{From the New York Sunday Jteroury.]
Orpheus C. Kerr on the Elections.
Editor T. T.:—The late election in New
York, my bov, has electrified everybody ex
cept our Honest Abe, who still goes about
smiling like a loug and amiable sexton, and
continues to save our distracted country after
the manner ot au honest man. On Tuesday
night, a high, inoral, Democratic chap, of much
watch-seal, who had just received a dispatch
ail about the election, went to see the Honest
Abe, for the express purpose of telling him
that the Democratic party had been born
again, and was on the point of protesting
against everything whatsoever, except the
Constitution of our forefathers. He found the
Honest Abe cracking some walnuts belore the
fire, my boy, and says he:
“The celebrated Democratic organization, of
which I am Assistant Engineer, has carried
the State of New York in a manner impossi
ble to express, and will now proceed to de
mand of you a vigorous prosecution of that
unnatural strife in which are involved our
lives, our liberties, and the pursuit of happi
ness. We admire to see your harmless hones
ty,” says the chap, blandly, "and we believe
you to’lie a fresh egg: but we protest against
the arbitrary arrest of men which is patriots;
only conservatively Democratic; ami we in
sist upon a vigorous prosecution of Constitu
tional hostilities against our misguided broth
ers, who are now ottering irregular opposition
to the Government.”
The Honest Abe cracked a walnut, and says
he:—“You say, neighbor, that the organiza
tion still insists upon a vigorous prosecution
of the war ?”
The Democratic chap sliced a toothpick
from the arm of the chair with his knife, and
says he: “That is the present platform on
which we are E iiluribus union.”
“Well,” says the Honest Abe,“I believe that
vou mean well; but am reminded of a little
story. *
“When I was practicing law out in Illinois,”
says the Honest Abe, twisting the bow of his
black uecktie'&round from under his left ear,
“there was an old cock, with two sons, living
near tne, in a tumble-down old shanty. He
lived there until halt his roof blew off one
windy night, and then he concluded to move
to a new house, where the chimney didn’t
take up all the upper story. On the day when
he moved, he’d got most all his traps changed
to the other residence, and hail sent one of
his sons to see that they w ere all got safely
iu-doors, when suddenly a shower commenced
to come up. The old man. aud his other off
spring who had stayed to hurry him, were tak
ing uo a carpet from the floor at the time the
first dose of thunder cracked, and the offspring
says he, ‘Hurry up, old crazy bones, or we’ll
be ketched in the freshet before you get up
this here rich fabric.’ The stern parent heed
ed tlte admonition, and went ripping away the
carpet around the edges of the room, until lie
came near where the offspring was standing,
aud there it stuck. He pulled, but it wouldn't
come, and be says, says he: ‘ 'Pears to me that
dod rotted tack must be a teupenny nail—it
holds on so.’ You see the old screw was very
blind without his specs,” says the Honest Abe,
buttoning his vest askew, “and he couldn't see
just where the tack was. Another peal of
thunder at this moment made the irascible off
spring still madder, and he says, says he: “You
misabul ole cripple, if you dont hurry up we’ll
be ketched, I tell yer!’
As he made this dutiful remark he went
stamping to the window, and at the same mo
ment the cantankerous tack came out, and the
aged parent w-eut over on his back w ith the
carpet up to his chin. He got np and dusted,
and says he: ‘Well, now, that is cur’ous—how
suddent it went.’ Then he proceeded to rip
away again until he came near the window,
and there it stuck "mce more. The wild off
spring saw him tugging again, and it made him
so wratliy that lie says,says he: ‘Why in thun
der didn't you take out the nails first, you
crooked old sinner, you? Its enough to make
me weep afresh for the old woman, to see how
you—’ But lie didn't llgisli his observation;
for, as he walked toward where the hummer
lay, the tack came out. and the old’un went to
bed again under the carpet. L'p sprang the
sad parent, spitting rags, and lie says, says he;
‘Well now, how cur’ous—to think it came so
suddent!’ Still on he went, uutil the carpet
was all from around the edges; but when he
tried to drag it away on bis shoulder, it was
fast somewheres yet. K — r—rum—bum —
boom! went the thunder: and says the iufur
iated offspring, says he: ‘Well, I never did see
such a blundering old dad as you be. We’ll
be ketched in the rain as sure as grasshoppers;
and all because you didn’t take my advice
about the hammer in the first place.' The poor
old ’uii tugged, and pulled, and panted, and
says he: ‘Well now, that is cur’ous, I swum
to massy. There can’t lie no tacks way out in
the middle of the floor here can they ?’ To
make sure, the old bliud pate was going down
on his knees to make a mouse-eye view, when
all ot a sudden be gave a start and he says,
standing on the carpet yourselfV ‘And bo lie
was—so he was,’ says Honest Abe, smiling in
to the Are, “and that was the reasou why the
carpet had stuck fast in so many places.”
“Now,” says Honest Abe, poking the Demo
cratic chap in the ribs with his knuckles: “if
your organization wants me to move vigorous
ly in this war, tell them not to be standing on
my carpet all the time. Otherwise, I must
still keep tacking about.”
The Democratic chap had been slowly rising
from his chair as this small moral tale drew
toward Its excillug conclusion, and at the last
word he fled the apartment with quivering
watch-seal.
Poor Hans, wrote a German to a friend who
had lieen inquiring after his son, “he bit him
self mit a rattlesnake, and vas sick into his
ped for veeks in te month of August, and all
his cry vas ‘vater, vater V And he couldn’t
eat notting at all till he complained of peiug a
leetle pc tier so he could shtand up ou his el
bow and eat a cup o’ tea.
O AHD.
DR. G. S. WENDELL,
OF the late firm of CuMMivos A Wuoill, No.
28 Tremout street, Boston, having fitted rooms at
No. 135 1-2 Middle Street,
Is prepared to perform all operations pertaining to
DENTISTRY.
and by strict attention to the demands of his patient*,
hopes to merit and receive the patronage of the pub
lic.
Artificial teeth inserted from one to an entire set,
on Gold, Silver, or Vulcanite base.
Badly decayed teeth filled with Crystal Gold, and
restored to their original shape and usefulness.
Ether administered with perfect safety, for the ex
traction of teeth, rendering the patient entirely un
conscious rf pain.
Particular attention given to the regulation of chil
dren's teeth.
^11 operations will be performed In the moat thor
ough and skillful manner, and warranted to be per
fectly satisfactory to the patient.
Haring furnished his office with all the appliances
for the comfort of the patient, and from the experi
ence of an extensive pi act ice, he feels confident in
assuring those who may call upon him, that they
shall have no cause for regret.
Our prices will be reasonable, and in accordance
with the times.
REFERENCES.
Dr. B. 8. Codmas, i r. . ..
Dr A. M. Shcrtleff, 1 Bo,ton' -Uo»*
136, Middle St., Portland, Oct. 16, 1862.
oc21 lmd
Pier and .Tlnntle .Hirrors.
WITH Oval, Square or Eliptical frames, with
Rosewood, Black Walnut or Gilt finish made
to order, of any size, style or design, of new and
elegant patterns; also cheap Looking Glasses aud
elates re-set in old frames, bv
MORRISON A CO.. 26. Market Square.
Franklin Family School for Boys,
TOPSHAM-MAINE.
THE Winter Session will commence Nov. 19th,
aud continue twelve weeks. Number of pupils
limited— five vacances at present.
For “Circular,” Ac.. please send to the Principal.
no»12d2w' WARREN JOHNSON.
Wanted.
BY a Gentleman and his wife a furnished Sitting
Room and Bedroom, with use of the kitchen.
Address T. C. O., Box 33, Post Office.
nov7 dlw*
Notice.
THE Estate of Patrick Callan, late of Portland,
deceased, having been represented insolvent,the
Judge of Probnte has appointed the undersigned
Commissioners to receive and examine all claims and
demands against sa\j> estate. And all persons are
hereby notified that the meetings of the ('ominis
sioners for the above purpose* will be held at the
office of Frederick Fox, ffil Middle street, Portland,
on the last Saturday of each of the following months,
viz: November. December, 18 *2, January. February.
March and April, 1863—from 2 to 6 o’clock P. M., ou
each of those davs.
GEORGE E. B. JACKSON, I , .
IRVING W. PARKER, } toiniuUeioueri.
Portland. Nov. 8,1862. nov8
MISCELLANEOUS.
H. II Y,
JI’XCTloX OF FllKF. AXn MIDDLE SM.,1
-PEALEU in
Fine Chemicals, Pure Drugs,
GENUINE-MEDICINES,
ENGLISH, FRENCH ANR AMERICAN PRRFI MERY,
AND FANCY GOODS.
APOTHECARIES' GLASS WARE, FOREIGN
LEECHES, SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
TRUSSES, SUPPORTERS, BRACES,
ELASTIC STOCKINGS, *c.
VARNISHES, PAINTS, OILS,
AND DYE-STUFFS,
KI'ICOSENE OIL, LARD OIL,
And all other articles usually kept io a Drug aud
Taint establishment.
CF* State Agent for DAVIS k KIDD S MAG
NETO-ELECTKIC MACHINES. eodfcwtoctl
REST FUR THE WEARY.
ANDERSON’S
cppTTirn npn Tinrrrrmvn
Patent granted October, 1802.
iD. K. F’roliook,
GENERAL AGENT.
Under United Slates Hotel, Portland*
THIS desirable mechanical arrangement has now
been in use si sufficient length of time to show
that it give* entire satisfaction and actually is the
more valued the more it is used.
This invention i* a step in advance of all others in
the Spring Hed department, embracing a little more
of their excelrencies. and yet happily overcoming all
their defects. It is flexible as hair," and yet so recu
perative as to bring itself into ptacc with great facili
ty. It is adapted to the invalid, the aged and old,
and all who huger in suflering and weakness. They
are made of good material warranted strong and du
rable, and not liable to get out of order.
TESTIMONIALS :
Commercial House, Portland, June 16. 1862.
Having introduced the “Anderson Spring bed Bot
tom” into mv house, after trial, 1 pronounce it to be
au easv and healthy bed. 1 am using several kinds
of spring bed bottoms, but consider the Anderson
fully equal if not better than the best.
N. J. DAVIS, Proprietor.
We have introduced severe^ of the justly celebrat
ed ••Anderson Spring Bed Bottom” to our sleeping
apartments. \\ c give this spring bed bottom a decid
ed preference o\er any and all other© we have ever
used. Our guests speak of them in the highest terms.
We recommend their use to all hotel keepers who de
sire the comfort of their guests.
w. d. McLaughlin & son,
May 12,1863. Franklin House, Bangor, Mo.
{From lion. Josiah II. Drummond.)
1 sin using the 'Anderson Spring Bed Bottom,’ and
1 am very much pleased with it.
JOSIAH H. DRUMMOND.
Portland, July 23, 1862.
(Prom Hon. Lot M. Morrill.)
Having us»*d Anderson’ Spring Bed Bottom, I can
cheerfully recommend it as an excellent article.
Augusta, Aug. 5. 1862. LOT M. MOKUILL.
Having become fully satisfied of the benefit of the
•‘Anderson Spring Bed Bottom,” 1 have purchased
three of them at five dollars each, and do most cheer
ffillv recommend them to the public.
Waterville, May, 1861. Du. N. R. BOUTELL.
Mr. D. K. Frobock has furnished the beds in my
house with the “Anderson Spring Bed Bottom.” and
I take pleasure in recommending this article as 1 he
most convenient, economical and comfortable thing
of the kftid with which I am acquainted.
A II ABBOTT.
Principal of Family School, Little Blue, Farmington.
I have had the unspeakable pleasure of sleeping on
one of the “Anderson Spring Bed Bottoms” for the
last three weeks, and must say it tar surpasses any
thing I had anticipated. My wife, who is feeble, has
had no good rest for six months till occupying one of
these beds. She would uot part with it'on anv ac
count. IUv. JOHN ALLEN.
Farmington, Feb. 28,1802.
The Bed Bottom I bought of you ftillv merits my
expectations, and is fullv up to vonr higL recommen
dations. I would oheerrally recommend it to all who
Af STAPLES.
Augusta, April 16,1862. A. N. WILLIAMS.
Having tested tlie "Anderson Spring Bed Bottom,”
! I can cheerfully recommend it to all who are in need
j of such an article; ai d I believe it to be superior to
anything of tbe kind now in use.
Waterville, April 12,1862 Rkv. E. HAWES.
Testimonials similar to the above have been re
ceived from the proprietors of tbe following public
houses- •
Penobsot Exchange, Bangor.
Krankliu House, Bangor.
Skew began House, Skow began.
Lewiston House, Lewiston.
Winthrop House, Winthrop.
Elmwood House, Waterville.
Litchfield Corner House.
Stoddard House, Farmington.
Revere House, Vassal boro,
llallowell House. Hallow’ell.
China House. China.
Franklin House, Augusta.
Cuahnoc House, Augusta.
Abbott’s School. Farmington.
Eaton Boys’ Boarding School, Kent’s Hill.
)ull7dflcw6m
At a Court of Probate held at Portland, within and
for the County of Cumberland, on the third Tues
day of October, in the year of our Lord eighteen
hundred and sixtv-two,
SARAH J. HOPKINS, named Executrix and re
siduary legatee in the last will and testament of
Edward N. Jordan, late of Westbrook in said Comi
ty, deceased, having in writing declined to accept
said trust of Executrix, and presented her petition
that adiniuistta'ion with the will annexed on the es
tate of said deceased inavbe granted to Hiram H.
Dow, of said Westbrook’:
It wets Ordered, That the said Petitioner give no
tice to all persons interested, by causing noliceto be
published three weeks successively in the Maine State
Press, printed at Portland, that thev may appear at
a Probate Court to be held at said Port and. on the
third Tuesday of November next, at ten of the clock
in the forenoon, anil show cause, if any they have,
why tbe same should not be gianted.
WILLIAM G. BARROWS, Judge.
I A true copy, aitest,
19 w8w* EUGENE HUMPHREY Rogister,
j At a Court of Probate held at Port laud, jHpthiu nd
for the County of Cumberland, on the flMrd T os
day of October, iu the year of our Lord eight m
hundred and sixtv-two',
JOSEPH LIBBY, Administrator of the estate of
Catherine F. Hasty, late of Scarborough in said
j Comity .deceased, having presented his first and final
account of administration of said estate for probate:
It teas Ordered, That the said Administiator give
| notice to all persons interested, by causing notice to
be published three weeks successively in the Maine
State Press, printed at Portland, that thev mav ap
pear at a Probate Court to be held at said’ Portland,
on the third Tuesday of November next, at ten of
the clock in the forenoon, and show cause if anvthey
have, why the tame should not be allowed.
WILLIAM G. BARROWS, Judge.
i A true copy, attest,
19 wSw*' EUG EN E HUMPHREY, Register.
At a Court of Probate held at Portland, within and
for the County of Cumberland, on the third Tues
day of October, in the year of our Lord eighteen
hu dred and sixtv-two,
I^BENEZEK WELLS. Guardian of Relief Mariam,
jt of Freeport, in said County, a person non com
| pos mentis, having presented Ins accouut of Guardi
anship of said ward for probate:
It fras Ordered, That the said Guardian give notice
to all persons interested, by causing notice to be pub
lished three weeks successively in the Maine .State
Pre«s, printed at Portland, that thev mav appear at a
Probate Court to be held at said Portland, on the
third Tuesday of November 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.
19 w8w EUGENE HUMPHREY. Register.
1 At a Court of Probate he’d at Portland, w ithin and
for the County of Cumberland, on the third Tues
day of October, in the year of our Lord eighteen
hundred and sixtv-two!
ABBIE L. L. NORTH, widow of Samuel North,
late of Westbrook in said County, deceased,
having presented her petition that administration on
the estate of said deceased may he granted to Na
thaniel Brown, of Gorham in said County, Esquire:
It troe Ordered, That the said Petitioner give no*
. tire ton I persons interested, by causing notice to be
published three weeks successively in the Maine
I .State Press, printed at Portland, that they tuav ap
i pear at a Probate Court to be held at said Portland,
on the third Tuesday of November next, at ten oi
I the clock in the forenoon, and show cause, it auy
j they have, why the same should not be grantc .
WILLIAM G. BARROWS, Jjcge.
A true copv, attest,
I 19 w8w* * EUGENE HUMPHREY, Regidcr.
THE MARKETS.
•— ■ ■ -..
Portland Wholesale Prices Current.
1 Expressly corrected for the Press to November 12.
10 fc>c is levied on all mer- j
chnnuise not imported di-1
reel from the place of pro
duct ton or growth. i
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Duty : 10 0C ad val.
l'earl »> lt>.7 @ 8
l’ot.61& 7J
Apples.
Greeu C [email protected] ljf
Sliced lb. 4.® 5c
Cored 4> lb. 3® 4
Uncored 4* lb.2 3
Bread.
Duty : 80 4>C.
Pilot 4> loo tbs. 85J @ 5]
Ship.44 .« lj
Crackers per bbl. 3]
Crackers, 4* 100 35 v&IOcd
Batter.
Duty : 4c \* lb.
Family i» lb.20 fa22c :
Store.14 <£>15 i
Beans. . 1
Marrow p bush?2 250,250 I
Pea.2 25 “2 00 :
Blue Pod.2 12,®2 37'?
(undies.
Duty • Sperm and ITa.r 8c,
Stearine 5c, Tallow 2Jc!
*» lb
Mould p tb.13J©al4 !
Sperm.28 “,30 :
Cheese.
Duty : 4c 4* lb
Vermont 4* lb- ■ •lOJ’SJllj
Couurry.&& 9j
Coal—(Retail.)
Duty : From Hr. Prortnc
etfree, other foreign Hi-i
tumenaus SI 10, all oth
er kinds &>c V ton.
CuraberPd pton-IOJ®
Wliiteaah.j
Lehigh. 84$ ji
Franklin.
Coll'ee.
Duty : 5c 4* lb.
Java t» lb.33 $34c
St. Domingo.30 $31 '
Rio . • ■ 32 ($ 38
Mocha.34 v® 35
Cordage.
Duty : Tarred2}c, Manil
la 24, all other 34 4* lb.
American 4* lb . 13 $144
Russia.13 “13}
Manilla.12 $13
Boltrope, Russia 104®)7i
do. Manilla.14 '0*15
Cement. __
4> bbl.SI 30.0,135
■/run* —
Duty: p lb— Oil Cinna
mon #2. Oil Almonds and
Otto of Hose $1 60, (St
Bergamot, Cassia and
Cloves 81, Uydrioilate \
Potash liw,Can thar ides.
M istir,Ipecac,Rhubarb, <
Cardamons, Oil Lemon.
Anise and Orange, lo
dine. 60c, Tolu and Crude
Camphor&ic. Refined do.
4 k\ Tartaric Acid '2oc.
Cream Tartar, Citric
Acid, Shellac, Copal, Ibi
mar and Gums usetl for i
like purposes 10c, Aloes,
Verdigris, Chlorate of
Potash, Carb. Magnesia
Oc. Boracic Acid, Yellow
Prussiate Potash and
Red do. 10c, Liquorice,
Oxalic Acid and Sugar
of Lead 4c. Asphaltum
and Bi-Chro. Potash 3c,
Sago 1 $c, Epsom Salts.
Liquorice Root, Bi-Carb.
Soda, Caust c Soda lc;
Castor Oil 60c p gal..
Morphine 82 P oz., Al
um 60c p cwt., Copperas
60c p cwt.. Muriatic Ac
id 10 Pc ad val., Spong
es, Assafcetida. Isin
glass. FI or Su Iph u r. Sen
na, Arrowroot, Ginseng
20 Pc. Bleaching Pow
ders 3<>e p cwt., Sago
60c p cwt., Sal Soda and
Sod* Ash Jc p lb, Crude
Brimstone 83 and Roll
do. $0 p ton, Alcohol 40c
p gal.
Alum p lb.4 @6r
Aloe*..25 |
Arrow Hoot.17 @40
lto rax.28 @30
Brimstone (roll).. [email protected] 6
Bi-Carb. Soda.6j @64
Sulphur.6 a, 6$
Sa) Soda.3 nj 4
( amphor.140 .a 150
Cream Tartar.35 @55
Logwood ex.12|(g 14
Magnesia.28 @36
: Indigo, M'la, fine. 814 a 2
! Madder.16c «18
Opium. 88j a s|
Rhubarb.175a 200
; Alcohol.87 @95
; Fluid.1 03 « 1 15
Camphcn©. 275 @
j Saltpetre. .*.11 @23
i Vitriol.. . .12 &
Drrwoodi,
I Duty: Free.
Harwood .2|@
Iliaii) Wood.18 n
Cainw«M>d.4J(a 4?
F ustic, CuLa.2 @ 2]
“ Savauvilla .1}@ 2
Hypernic.4$<ft 6
Logwood,
< am pouchy.2 @24
St. Domingo.lja 2
Extract Logwood. 12j.al4
Nic Wood. @
Teach " . 83 a 4i
Red “ . 8ja 3J
Sapan M . 2 a
Quercitron Bark...24a 2]
Bed Sander*.8 @ 6
l>ur It.
Duty: 30 pc ad val.
Haven*.40c @
Tort la*..d, No. 3. .80 (a>
“ No. 10. 62 @
Navy, S'r, No. 3. 79
Tent Duck.
D. 8.10 or.60 <g
" 12 or.60 (g
Frnihrrt.
Thity : 80 ad val.
Live Geese lb . 60 @56
Russia.26 'A
Fish.
Duty : For 100 lb* foreign
caught — Herring 81.
Mackerel 82. Salmon 83;
and all other pickled in
bbls. SI 60 V obi., other
wise 60c V etef. From
Provinces free.
Cod large %» qut. .83*g 4
44 small.2] a 3
Pollock.2U 2i
Haddock, . 1 va lj
Hake..14 @ 11
Herring.Shore^bl.32^!* 4j
do. Labrador., none,
do. Scaledfc*bx 8>>S85c
do. No. 1 .26,0.30
Mackerel p bbl.,
Bay No. 1.... SVG 91
Bay No. 2.6}.in 74
Bay No. 3.44 a} 5
Shore No. 1.9* a. 9J
44 “ 2.6* a* 7}
do. (medium). 8^ <£ 4j
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Fruit.
Duty . Jjemnns, Oranges.
Banana and Plantains
20 |>c ad val., Almonds
4c, and Shelled do. 6c
lb. \uts and Itatts 2e
lb, ('urrants, Figs,
Plums, Prunes and Bai
sins 6c p lb. Citron 80
$>c ad val.
Almonds—Jordan lb.
Soft Shell.13 @16c
•Shelled.26 a3ft
Currants.14 ,a 16
Citron.40 @42
Pea [email protected]
Figs, common-none.
New Eletne.18c a 22
Lemons, £> box 84 [email protected]
Oranges—Havana. . 2 60
Raisins,
Blue cask.
Black.88 @10
Bunch box. .3 60a 3 80
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Dates.7 @ 9c
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Flour—Portland insp.
! [email protected] 61
1 [email protected] 6J
Extra.64 a 7
: Family.7 a. 74
Extra Superior. .. [email protected] 84
Western extras—[email protected] 74
44 [email protected] 8}
44 superior. 7)[email protected] 8)
Ohio extra.7 @ 74
44 family.8 @ 84
Canada super No.l. none.
StLouteFav Brands.8 <1 9
I Southern III. do do.7i «84
Petapsco Family. [email protected]|OJ
Ryo Flour.44 a 41
('orn Meal.31a 3$
Buckw’t Fi’r ^>lb [email protected] 2J
drain.
Duty : (’om atuf Oats 10c,
Bye and Barley 16c. and
Wheat 20c h* 6m . From
Br. Provinces free.
Rvo.* .94 (S95c
Oats. @60
South Yel.Corn. 80 a«2
Corn, Mixed.78 a so
Bariev.7o d 75
Shorts \> ton....822 a23
Fine Feed.25 @27
(•rindtttoue«w
Dufy : Bough—free.
Rough. V ton. .817 5 20
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dunpowdrri
Duty : Valued at less than
20c \y lb 6c. over 20c 6c
lb and 20 f*c ad val.
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Rifle and Sporting . g 7)
liny.
I*i es«s’d p net T.813 @16
Loose. 13 « 16
New do.12 @14
II idea and Skins.
Duty : 10 Pc ltd val.
Slaughter Hiies.. .6 @ 7c
Calf Skins.9 @10
Ca’cutta Cow—
Slaughtered . 100SI 70
Green Salt.11651 2/
Drv.90 «1 00
Sheep Pelts, Gr'n.95® 811
8hcep Polts, Dry [email protected] 00
hit y 5c V> lb.
irst Sort, 1862... 14 (g.15
I roii.
>uty : Pig and Stamp #6,
Bar not exceeding $60 p j
ton value $17 p ton, ex
ceeding #60 4* f«m #18,
/ess //can j inch thick or
more than 7 inches wide,
rounds less than 4 inch
or more than 4 inches in
diameter, and squares
less than 4 inch or more
than 4 inches square #20,
Railroad #12 m, BoiUr
aiul Plate $26 P ton, j
Sheet 2>»2}c 4* lb and j
$3a,6 V ton.
oiiiinou.3£3} 33 !
** Refined . .4aT44 |
wede.0 <£ 61 ;
lonvay.6j.a> 7 I
a-t Steel.22 o24 i
ierman Steel_14 to,lrt |
InglishJBlia.Steel.16 igl7
wring.9 a 10
licet Iron, Engl. 5] a. 5J I
licet Iron,Bussia. 17 (&18 j
do Bus iiu'i.13 0,14 ,
I .it rd.
larrcl, p lb . Ill«114
tegs, p lb 11 all *c nllj '
Lcallirr.
>M/g 30 pe ad rat.
Jew York, light .24 (a26c '
do. md. wts. 26 o28
do. heavy.20 a 28
do. slaughter. .30 o32
tiner. Calfskins. 65 '<£79
il’ter Wax Leath.13 a, 20
hrad.
: 10 p c ad val.
tockland, cask. .65 &70c
l<umhrr-From yard,
'lear Piue, No. l.#38 tu
do. No.2 34 g !
do. No.3 24 i®
do. No.4 14 <£
Shipping Lumber. 14 a 10 1
ip race..10 (ail 1
•teinlock.8 ,a.l0 I
Jox Sh’ks, (cash) 50 «65c
lupb'ds, Seat..$14 old !
do. 1* “ .. .30 a 32
dongles, Ced. ext.2jg 3 •
do. " No.1.2 a 21
do. ext. Hue 81 <i> 3| !
do. lMne.1 252 1 80
led Oak Stares .90 635
dol. Hhd. Shooks
& Heads, city. 300$
Sugar do. city. 300.«'
clo. do. c’try.l 25(6150 i
Country KiffMol.
Hhd.Shooks.. .2u0a225
Slash.1 60 a 170
loops.£30 @32
Jackmetack Tim
ber. p [email protected]
Molu«*m.
Duty . 6c 4* gal.
ienfugos.
i rinidad.40 (2 45 1
„’uba claved.34 @35
do. do. tart 30 a 32
do. Muscovado.35 @38
few Orleans.
'ortland Syrup, hhd*..27
do. bbl* a* I
Nail*.
Duty: Cut lc. Wrought 2c,
Assorted 8c 4> tb.'
ask. 4 5024 75
Naval Storm.
Duty : Turpentine, flosin, i
Pitch, 7ar20 pc ad cal..
Spirits Turpentine 15c
V 'Jaf
fa r( foreign)** bbl.813(216
’itch (Coal lar). 84k®
Rosin.1K«20
rurpentine t*gal 27562 80
OhIiuih.
Duty: Free.
Vmericau.8^.$ 9j
Oil.
Duty: Sperm, Whale and
other Fish Oils of for
eign fisheries 20 $>c ad
val.. Linseed, Hempseed
and Bapeseed23c 4* gal.,
(Hive 23c, Salad 50c,
Palm, Seal and Cocoa
nut 10c gal.
Portland Kerosene
liluminat’g Oil 05 670c
Machine.80 ® 82
'Marine.
•Sperm Winter.. 198a200
Whale, ref. Wiut 9H a M0
do. ( rude .90 6^
brand Bank and
Bay Chaleur. £21 6.22
Shore.20 6*1
Linseed.81 316183
Boiled.1 35 a 1 37
Lard Oil.1 05a 1 10
LMive Oil.1 75a l 80
u-1 <*i col. 206a210
Nb-atslbot Oil. ... [email protected])112
Onians —
p bl.l.£31 a 84
bush. 1 2og 1 26
Pa inl«.
buty : On White L> ad dry
or ground in oil and Bed
Lend 82 40 p 100 tbs,
Litharge 21c, Oxide of
Zinc 2jc 4> tb, Prussian
Blue, vermilion, Chrom*
Yellow, Tenetian Bui 26,
Spanish Brown dry 20,
in oil 30 4>c ad cal., Yel
low and other Ochres 50c
4* 10U tbs, Paris White
dry 00c, in ojt £160,
Whiting 50c 4* 100 tbs.
P’tl’d Lead, in oil.5*9*6
Lewis Lead, “ ..lOalOf
Boston Lead, " . 9*6
French Zinc, " . .li>6l0J
Amer. Zinc, “ . .8(0.8]
Rochelle Yellow.. .3 ® 84
Lng. Yen. lied-3 @ <*i
Litharge.10(a)
Red Lead.106
Piaster.
buty : Free.
I’er ton Soft.180(2187
Hard.16661 75
b round...6006660
Prov iviouM.
Duty: Betf and Pork lc,
Lard, Bacon and Hams
2c, Butter and Cheese 4c
0 tb.
Ch’go Mess Becf.S12 (214
Portland do. .121613
P’tl dext.do. . 14 6144
Pork, extra clear 164 @1*
Pork, clear.15«@l6
Pork, mess. 13 iJ1*
Pork, extra do .. 13*6.144
Pork. Prime. 11 a 11}
Hams.106,11c
City Smok’d Hams.none.
Produce.
Beef p qu’r p lb 6 @ 7J
Eggs, 4* doz. — 19 620
Potatoes, ^>bbl.£12521 40
Apples,dried, p lb.2^6
C hickens, Spring lo 614
Lamb-,T..6 6 8
rurkies.12 a 17
Ibeeso.11612
Veal.none.
Pickles, 4* bbl_8}
Rice.
Duty: (leaned 14c, Pad
dy Je 4> lb.
Rice p lb.6f$ 7i
Rum.
Portland distilled 53 @65c
Salerutu*.
Saleratus 4* tb.64(6 7c
Salt.
buty . In bulk 18c, and in
bags 24c 4> 100 lbs.
l urk’s Is., 4* hhd.
(8 buB.).£2h$ 3
Liverpool.2|a) 2j
Cadiz.none
Sacks Salt. none.
Lr’d Butter Salt. 20 @
Starch.
buty : 20 4*c Ad cal.
Pearl. [email protected] 7
Potato. 3 ig) 34
Shot-4* 100lbs £9*610
Hr op.S1046
Buck. 11 §
Soup.
buty : 35 4*c ad val.
Leathe k Lore’s, Trow
bridge k Smith’s Ex
tra No. 1 4* tb — 9)a 9?
Family do.8M- 84
No. 1. '] ig 8
Eagle No. 1.6^2 6}
Star. but &J
Castile.12*<& 16
Crane’s.0 (2Pj
Spice a.
Duty: (Unger Boot 6c,
Ground Ginger 8c, Pep
per and Pimento 12c,
('loves 15c. Cassia 10c,
Cassia Buds 20c, Cinna
mon 25c, Mace and Nut
megs 30c 4> lb.
Cassia 4* lb.45 (247c
Cloves.33 (235
(linger, (Race)_30 a 31
Ginger, (Africa) 30 («31
Mace.80 @90
Nutmegs.80 (286
Popper. 25 @26
Pimento.22 @24
Seed*.
buty : Linseed 16c 4* hu.,
Canary £1 4*614., Mus
tard 3c 4> lb.
Herds Grass,.£24 rg)
Western Clover.. 10c(2
Red Top.£3 ,1 3J
Linseed. 3 a
Canary.3*6 4
Suunr.
Duty Melado2c,notfnbove
No. 12 24c, above So. 12
and not dl>ovf 16 3c,al>ove
No. 15 and not above 20
3}c. aftore .Vo. 20 and re
lived 4c 4* lb.
Portland A.9$ 7$
do. A A.9gW>
do. Yellow.. none.
Extra Yellow .... none.
Muscovado.10f;2 11
do. in bond.8' a9
Havana Brown... 103 „ 12
do. White.. .124 a 134
New Oilcans.llh«134
Crushed.14 Co 14}
Granulated.14 « 14f
Powdered.13 j 613 j
T11 llow.
Duty . Tallow 1 pc, Soap
Stork 10 pc ad val.
American refined .8{@ 9
[email protected] 6
Tea*.
Duty : 20<^|> lb.
[email protected]
Young Hyson... .76 « 1
Oolong .Go @78
Souchong.60 @55
Tobacco.
Duty: Leaves unmanufat
lured 25, nil other kind
85 pc ad val.
5’sk 10’s lx**t hr’ds.70 @75
do. medium. .65 @»W
do. common. 80 @62
half lbs best br’ds.75 @80
do. mod. good 65 @70
do. common.. .60 @62
Natural Leaf, lbs $1 @ 1
Fancv, in Foil.Ua 2
Tin.
Duty: Pig 15c, Plates 2
4»c ad rat.
Hatica, ca«[email protected] 1
Straits, cash.87«« 4>
Flatea-Char. l.r. 914 «l4J
do. •• l.X. 15jTcUf
Coke.lljal
Wood.
Hard, retail.. [email protected];
Soft. “ [email protected]
Twine.
Duty : 35 He ad vat.
iCottou Sail.83 a85c
'Flax “ .40 (fv
“ Hailing.45 <£60
Kemp “ ... .42 tv 60
liidiu. 20a 25
Varnish.
Furniture.?2 ;'<£ 3
■ Coach.3 tv 4
« l>atnar.3$(«* 3j
Wool.
• Duty : Costing 18c lb
and under 6 Ho, over 18c
to 24c 4> lb 3c, over 24c
i 9c 4* lb.
Fleece.45 o65c
Lambs.45 ^o,53
\ Zinc*
Duty: In blocks or pigs
l$c, in-sheets 2c p lb,
') manufactures of 8»J pc
I ad val.
1 Pigs and slabs.5f® 6$
Shoot MoS'-lmaun. 10$all
Shouthing.90 {&}
Rxchuiigc*
& London—00 a. 1 42$ [ty\ 44
Paris..f 3 9o.a3 97$
LEGAL NOTICES.
At a Court of Trobatk held at Portland, within
ami for the ( ouutv of < umber land, on the first
Tuesday of November, in the year of our Lord
eighteen hundred and sixty-two*
JAMES JOHNSON, Guardian of Ellen L. Moody
and Emery Moody, minor heirs of John Moody,
late of Seal borough, deceased, having presented his
first accounts of Guardianship of said minors for
probate:
It wag Ordered,That thesaid Guardian give notice
to all persons interested, by causing notice to be pub
lished three weeks successively in the Maine State
Press, printed at Portland, that they may appear at a
Probate Court to be held at said Portland, on the
first i uesdav of December next, at ten of theclock
in the forenoon, and show cause, if any they have,
why the same should not be allowed.
WILLIAM G. HARROWS, Judge.
A true copy, attest:
w3\v21* EUGENE HUMPHREY, Register.
At a Court of Probate held at Portland within
and for the County of Cumberland, on the first
Tuesday of November, in the year of our Lord
eighteen huudred and sixty-two,
Cl HARLES STILSON, named Executor in a cer
J tain Instrument purporting to be the last Will
and Testament of Stephen Knight, late of Portland
in said County, deceased, having presented the same
for probate ■
It wag Ordered, That the said Executor give no
tion ti, nil luiriilllll lntorn^tu.1 l.i Adlluilt A noilnA t.n
published three weeks, successively, In the Main**
State Press, printed at Portland, that they may ap
pear at a Probate Court to he held at said' Portland,
on the first Tuesday of December next, at ten of the
clock iu the forenoon, and show cause, if any they
have, why the said Instrument should not be proved,
approved, and allowed, as the last Will anti Testa
ment of said deceased.
WILLIAM G. HARROWS, Judge.
A true copy, A Pest,
21 w3w* ' EUGENE HUMPHREY,1,Register.
FI!HE Subscriber hereby gives public notice to all
X concerned, that lie has been duly appointed and
taken upon hiiuself the trust of Administrator of
the estate of
GUSTAVXJS G. CHURCHILL,
late of Portland, In the County of Cumberland, de
ceased, by giving bond as the law directs; hw there
fore requests all persons who are indebted to the
said deceased's estate to make immediate payment;
and those who have any demands thereon, to'exhib
it the same for settlement to
LI It EBT Y li DEN N ETT.
Portland, Nov. 4,1802. 21 w3w*
At a Court op Probate held at Portland, within
and for the County of Cumberland, on the first
Tuesday of November, iu the year of our Lord
eighteen bundled amt sixtv-two",
A NNE A. W. CUMMINGS, Administratrix de
2V bonis nou of the estate of Benjamin C. Cum
mings,late of Portland in said County .deceased, hav
iug presented her 2d account of adiuiuistiatiou of
said estate for piobate:
It irns Ordered, That the said Administratrix give
notice to all persons interested, by causing notice to
lie published three weeks successively in the Maine
State Press, printed at Portland, that they may ap
I>earat a Probate Court to be held at said’ Portlaud,
on the first Tuesday of December next, at ten of
the clock in the forenoon, and show cause if any
tbev have, why the same should not be allowed.
WILLIAM G. BARROWS, Judge.
A true copv, attest,
21 w3w* ' EUGENE HUMPHREY, Register.
At a Court of Probate held at Portland, within
and for the County of Cumberland, on the first
Tuesday of November, iu the year of our Lord
eighteen hundred and sixty-two,
JOSHUA E. HALL, named Executor in a cer
tain Instrument purporting to be the last Wdl
and Testament of James Nason, late of Gorham in
said County, deceased, haviug presented the same for
probate:
It wag Ordered, That the said Executor give notice
to all persons interested, by causing notice to be pub
lished three weeks successively in the Maine 8ta»o
Press, printed at Portland, that thev may 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 show eanse if any they have,
why the said Instrument should not he proved, ap
proved, and allowed, as the last Will and Testament
of said deceaied
WILLIAM G. BARROWS, Judge.
A true copv, attest.
_21 w3w*J_EUGENE HUMPHREY, Register.
At a Court op Fkobai e held at Portlaud. within
and for the County of Cumberland, on the first
Tuesday of November, in the year of our Lord
eighteen hundred and sixty-two."
SAMU EL S. BROWN, Administrator of the es
tate of Elias St rout, Jr., late of Raymond, iu
said < ounty, deceased, having presented liis petition
for license to sell and convey certain real estate of
said deceased, as d»*scribed iu said petition, an ad
vantageous offer having been made therefor:
It teas Ordered, Thas the said Administrator give
notice to all persons interested, bv causing notice to
be published three weeks successively in the Maine
Sta*e 1’iess, printed at Portland, that they may ap
pear at a Probate Court to be held at said Portland,
on the first Tuesday of December next, at teu of the
clock iu the forenoon, and show cause, if any they
have, whv the ?aine thould not be granted.
WILLIAM G. BARROW 8, Judge.
A true copy, attest,
21 w3w• EUGENE HUMPHREY, Register.
At a Court of Probate held at Portland, within
and lor the County of Cumberland, ou the first
Tuesday of November, in the year of our Lord
eighteen hundred and sixtv-two,"
Tf D. L. LANE, Administrator de bonis non of
1?X* the estate of William T. Chadbourne, late of
i' i (l c 11 ill iiuiH ( Vniut rlniiuaca/l lio, ii<« >. r ft.
liis account of administration of said estate lor pro
bate; also his private account against the estate of
aaid deceased, for probate and allowance:
It teas Ordered,That the said Administrator give no
tice to all persona interested, by causing notice to be
published three weeks successively in the Maine
State Press, printed at Portland, that they may ap
pear at a Probate Court to be held at said’ Port’laud,
on the first Tuesday of December next, at ten ol
the clock in the foienoou, and show cause, if any
they have, why the same should not be allowed.
WILLIAM O. BARROWS, Judge.
A truecopv, attest,
21 w3w* _ECO EXE HUMPHREY, Register.
At a Court of Probate he’d at Portland, within
and lor tlie County of Cumberland, on the first
•" Tuesday of N ovember,in the year of our Lord eigh
teen hundred and sixtv-two.'
MARY A MITCHELL. Widow of Edward II.
Mitchell, late of Yai month in said County, de
ceased. having presented her petition for the assign
ment of her Dower in tne Rea! Estate of which he
died seized: also her petition as Administratrix ol
of said deceased's estate, for license to sell and con
vey certain Real Estate described in said petition :
If teas Ordered, that the said Petitioner give uo
tice to all persons interested, by causing notice to be
iiublished three weeks successively in the Maiue State
*rc*s, printed at Portland, that they may 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 show cause, if any they have,
why the same should not he granted
WILLIAM O. BARROWS, Judge.
A true copy, Attest.
w3w21* ’ EUGENE HUMPHREY, Register.
At a Court of Tkobate held at Portland, within
and for the Countv of Cumberland, on the first
Tuesday of November,in the year ofourLord eigh
teen hundred and sixty-two,
A LURED M DRESSER, Administ iator of the
xV estate of John W. Fold, late of Portland, in
said County, deceased, having presented his first ai d
final account ol administiation of said estate for pro
bate :
It teas Ordered, That the said Administiator give
notice to all persons interested, bv causing notice to
i be published three weeks successively, in the Maine
! State Press, printed at Portland, that they may ap
pear at a Probate Court to be held at said Poit'lai.d,
on the first Tuesday of December next, at ten of the
clock iu the forenoon, and show cause if any they
have, why the same should not be allowed.
WILLIAM G. BARROWS, Judge.
A true copy, Attest.
21 "3"- Kl't.EXK HUMPHREY. RejriiMer.
At a Court of Probate held at Portland, within
and for the County oi Cumberland, ou the fiist
Tuesday of November, in the year of our Lord eigh
teen hundred and sixty-two,
JOHN M. PARK ER, Administrator with the will
annexed, of the Estate of William B. Larrabee,
; late of Scarborough, in said County, deceased, hav
ing presented tiis first and final accouut of adminis
tration of said estate for probate:
It teas Ordered, that the said Administator give no
tice to all persons interested, by causing notice to
be published three weeks successively in the Maine
State Press printed at Portland, that they may 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 should not be allowed.
WILLIAM G. BARROWS, Judge.
A true ropy, Attest,
w3w21* ' EUGENE HUMPHREY, Register.
ffliiE subscriber hereby gives public notice to a'l
JL concerned, that he has been duly* appointed and
taken upon himself the trust of Administrator ol
the estate of
ELMIRA GRANT,
late of Yarmouth iu the County of Cumberland, de
ceased, by giving bond as the law directs; he there
fore requests all persons who are indebted to the
I said deceased's estate, to make immediate payment;
and those who have any demands thereon, to exhibit
' the same for settlement to JAMES HUTCHINS.
Yarmouth, Oct. 21, 18<52. 21 w3w#
TillK subscriber hereby gives public notice to a’l
concerned, that he has been duly appointed and
taken upon himsell the trust ol Administrator oi
the estate of
SARGENT S. FREEMAN,
late of Windham in the County of Cumberland, de
ceased, by giving bond as the law directs; he there
fore requests all persons who aw indebted to the said
deceased's estate to make immediate payment; and
those who have any demands theiOv»n, to exhibit the
i same for settlement to
ALMON L. FREEMAN.
Windham, Nor. 4, 1802. 21 w8w*
RAILROADS.
KENNEBEC AND PORTLAND It. R.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Commenced April 14th, 1802.
rKrawftjw-j Passenger trains will leave daily, (Sun
-^g^davs excepted) as follows:
Augusta n»r 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 l.OOP. M.,
connecting at Bruuswick with the Androscoggin
trains for stations on that road; aud at Augusta with
the Somerset & Kennebec Railroad for Waterville,
Kendall’s Mills and Skowhegan, and at Kendall’s
Mills with the Penobscot & Kennebec Road for litts
field, Newport and Bangor; arriving same uiglit.
Monday Morning aud Saturday Erening Train*.
On Monday trains leave Augusia at 5.30 A. M.. aud
. Bath at 0.30 A. M., for Portland, connecting with the
! 8.45 A. M. train for Lowell aud Boston.
Leave Portland on Saturdays, at 8.15 P. M., on ar
i rival of train from Boston, for Bath and Augusta.
STAGE CONNECTION*.
Stage.- leave Bath daily (Sundays excepted) at 3.00
' P. M., on arrival of train from Purl land aud Boston,
! fur Wiscas-et, Daiuariscutta, Waiduboro’, Rockland
I ami Tlioni as ton.
Stages leave Augusta daily (Sundays excepted), for
Belfast, on arrival of train from Portland and Bos
i ton.
Tickets sold in Boston for all the stations on the
; Kennebec & Portland, Androscoggin, and Somerset
& Kennebec Roads.
Freight trains run daily between Augusta and Port
land B II rrsilMAX.
Manager and Superintendent.
Augusta. April, 1862. juue23dtf
ANDROSCOCLIN RAILROAD.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT
Cfeagggggj On and after Monday, May 5, 1862,
VtHy’^Ti^Wtrains will leave Portland for Lewiston
i ami 1 aimn.gton via Bruuswick. at 1 P. M.
Leave Farmington for Lewiston, Bath and Port
I land, via Bruuswick, at 9.15 A. M.
I Leave Lewiston for Bath and Portland via Bruns
! wick at 11.45 A. M
r i trig in irmus uuuv uei« rcu i vriinuu >uu
i ton.
STAGE CONNECTIONS.
Stage leaves Strickland’s Ferry Tuesdays, Thnrs
; days and Saturdays, for Livermore, Canton, Peru
; and Dixfield; returning opposite (lavs.
Stase leaves North Jay for East Dixfield. Dixfield,
; and Weld, on Tuesdays, Thursdays aud Saturdays;
! returning opposite days.
Stage leaves Farmington .or New Vineyard. New
j Portland and Kiugfiela, on Wednesdays and Satur
j davs, returning on Mondays and Friday*.
Stages leave Farmington daily, for Strong, Avon
and Phillip*.
Passengers for this route will take the cars at the
I Portland, Saco & Portsmouth, or Kennebec k Port
land Depots, in Portland. S. W. EATON, Sup’t.
Farmington May 6, 1862. jnne23dtf
GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY.
Notice to Wood and Lumber Mer
chant*.
17IBOM November 1st, )<W2, to M.v 1st, 1MB. the
rate* of freight on all descriptions of lumber
j and timber will be advanced 25 per ceut.
I No tire wood will be conveyed bet ween October 1st,
1862. and May 1st. 1863.
An advance in the rates of fire wood will take place
; next summer, but in consequence of changes in the ;
arrangement for conducting the wood business, which j
are about to be made, the Company will not be able
to take fire wood from certain places on the line, so •
that should any parties make contracts for fire wood |
to be carried on the railway during the next season,
they must understand that they willdo so at their own |
risk, aud that the Company w:ill not feel themselves j
bound to carry it.
Due notice will be given of the rates of freight, and
from what statious fire wood can be carried next
summer.
C. J. BRYDGES* Managing Director.
Montreal, August 1. 1862. a6dtf
Mg THROUGH TICKET'S
To Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit,
Toledo, St. Paul, La Ckobbk, St. Louis,
New Orleans, or any part of the
WEST, SOI Til OR NORTH WEST, j
BY THE
ERIE RAILWAY.
Via Buffalo, Dunkirk, and Niagara Fall*.
This road is broad guaok and is provided with ■
New aud Splendid Sleeping Cara.
cyTickcta sold in Portland at lowest Boston rate !
by
W. D. LITTLE, Agent,
Office 31 Exchange Street.
nr-Y on can save money by securing tickets at this i
: office.
June 23. dawtf
! ^
Courage Invalid*! !
I CLEMS’ SUMMER CURE
—AND—
Howes’ Cough Pills,
By the concurrent testimony of many sufferers, th
fact has been established, that for the cure of
DIARIUKEA OR DYSENTERY
In persons of all ages, no medicine has ever come to
the knowledge of the public, that so effectually doe*
it work and at the same time leaves the bowels in au
active, healthy condition, aa
CLEM’S SUMMER CURE.
That for Children Cutting Teeth, if troubled with
Diarrhoea 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 mouth
r stomach, or mothers suffering from nursing sore
mouth, a safe aud speedy cure is effected by the use of
CLEM’S SUMMER CUKE.
That for Coughs, Hoarseness and Bronchial affect
ions, there is no remedy extant that so univeistlly
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
remedy is
HOWE’S COUGH PILLS.
That as an expectorant and ameliorating agent In
; cases of Phthisic, Whooping Cough, and Confirmed
j Consumption, the public have already rendered their
united verdict in favor of
IIivO’L'J) U VI* f O

CLEM’S SUMMER CURE ia a pleasant, agreeable
| decoction of Roots and ltarks, and contains not a
! particle of Opium oa Drug of any sort. It always
doe* good, and never does harm.
“ By thkik works ye shall know them.'*
G. C. Goodwin k Co., Boston, General Agents
New England, ii. 11. liav, Portland, ai d R. F j
Bradbury, Bangor, Geneial Agents for Maine.
Sold by Druggists and Merchants generally :
HOWES Sc CO., Proprietor®,
iswtJmuol Belfa Maim bt.
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PENSIONS. BOl’XTV MONEY,
Back Pay, Ac.,
T^OR service in the present war. obtained for Soldiers ;
F amLSailors, their Widows and Heirs, from the Uni- I
ted State* Government, on application in ucrsci. •
by letter to
BRADFORD Jk HARMON,
No. 88 Exchange Street, Portland, Mk.
Having devoted our attention exclusively to the Pen- j
*ion business for the last twenty veai*. and having a .
reliable AgeiiC' iu Washington,' we are enabled to j
i prosecute all claims against the Government with
promptness and despatch, and on very reasonable j
terms, making no charge until the claim is obtained. I
FREEMAN BRADFORD,
/.. K. UAlfMON.
Portland. June2<>th. d&wtf
Commissioners' INoticc.
1HIE undersigned having been appointed by tlie
Judge of Probate for the County of Cumberland
as Commissioner! to receive and examine all claims
against the estate of Cornelius B. Butler,late of Port
land in said County, deceased, hereby give public j
. notice that they have appointed the third Mondays j
respectively of the months of January, February, j
M:uoh and April, A. D. 1863. at ten o’clock A. M., I
.and the ofl.ee of John Neal, Em)-» in said Portland, !
as the time and place for receiving said claims and the |
proof thereof. JOHN NEAL. (r
19 wSw ALBERT MERRILL, itom r*'
<<1| Coats, Pauls, Vests, Jackets,
JlL Ladies' Riding Habits. &c.,
Cut, made and trimmed by
A. D. REEVES - - Tailor,
98 EXCHANGE SIR EET,
Portland, August 6, 1862. dly
PLEASURE PARTIES.
I EXCURSIONISTS visiting the Island*, supplied >
with stores at the shortest notice.
Orders solicited.
180 Fore Street nenr foot of Exchange.
C ALDER WOOD k BECKETT.
Portland. June 28. dtf
Tamil) Horae for Sale.
A dapple-grey horse, 8 years old, sound
oud kind in all harness; weighs over 1000
' pounds, and is a fast traveller. Is not
■■flii 4*ip afraid of locomotives, music, or any ob
jects, and has no vices or tricks. May he driven by
ladies with perfect safety, and is well worthy the at
tention of any one in want of a reliable family horse
Sold onlv for want of use. Mav be seen at Feuley'*
I Stable, No. 69 Free Street. CEO. A. WRIGHT.
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MEDICAL.
Eclectic Medical Infirmary.
TO THE LADIES.
DK. HUGHES particularly invites all Ladies who
need a medical adviser, to call at his rooms. No.
> Temple Street, which they will find arranged for
heir especial accommodation.
Dr. H.’s Eclectic Renovating Medicines are unrival
ed in etticat J and >upeiinr llttll in WgiltllH ail
female Irregularities. Their action is specific and
:ertain of producing relief in a short time.
LADIES will rind it invaluable in all cases of ob
it ructions after all other remedies have been tried in
oin. It is purely vegetable, containing nothing in
he least injurious to the health, .and may be t&xcu
rith |»erlect safety at all times.
Sent to any part of the country with ftill directions,
)y addressing DR. HUGHES,
No. 5 Temple Street, corner of Middle, l’ortland.
N. It.—LADIES desiring may cousnlt one of their
>wnsex. A lady of experience in constant attend*
tnce. julldawtt'3
DR. HUttHES’
Eclectic Medical Infirmary.
Established for the treatment of those diseases in
both sexes, requiring Experience, Skill, Honor and
delicacy.
PRIVATE CONSULTATIONS.—Dr. Hughes has
for a number of years confined his attention to
diseases of a certaiu class. During his practice be
has treated thousands of cases, and in no instance
has he met with a failure. The remedies are mild,
*nd there is no interruption of business or change of
diet. Dr. Hughes is in coustant attendance from 8
in the morning until 10 at night, at his office, ft Tem
ple street. Charges moderate, and a cure guaranteed
in all cases. Separate rooms, so that no one will be
seeu but the Dr. himself. His remedies cure disease
when all other iemedies fail: cures without dieting
or restriction in the habits of the patient; cures with
out the disgusting and sickcuing effects of most other
remedies; cures new cases in a few hours; cures with
out the dreadful consequent effects of mercury, 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
locallv, can be caused by using them.
YOUNG MEN, who are troubled with seminal
.. <w>t 11K.r I../I k.kll. I.
the effects of which are pain and dizziness in the
head, forgetfttlneas, sometimes a ringing in the ears,
weak eyes, etc., terminating in consumption or in
sanity if neglected, are speedily and permanently
cured.
All correspondence strictly confidential and will a
returned If desired. Address
DR. J. B. Hl'GllF.S,
No. 5 Temple Street, (corner of Middle),
Portland.
KIT*Send stamp for Circular. Jail—dk wtf3
BLINDNESS CURED.
A Remarkable Case of a boy who was cured by
DR. II. J. BOYNTON,
Of Scrofulous Ophthalmia, as the following fhcts will
show:
“FOR a long time the boy’s eye-lids had
iPS^been entirely closed. His case was consid
almost hopeless. The boy was put uu
der the care or Dr B.. and after great pa
tience and perse\e.ance, with his electrical treatment
and w ith other Ci* alive*, he was able to lift his eye
lids, when it wa* scovered that a false membrane
had formed and revered the entire eyes. This was
removed by Dr. irynton, and the boy’s eye-sight is
now entirely rest g’ed. and bis eyes stronger than ev
er before. This should 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
bla/iug before the public his surgical skill in this par
ticular part of his profession, but has been silently
lierfoi tning cures, many of them of a remarkable
character.
HT" Certificates from numerous of bis patients
will testify to his successful operations, all of which
may be seen at his ufiice.
No. 389 Congress Street, Portland.
dfcwfiarf
■ STEAMBOATS.
INTERNATIONAL STEAMSHIP CO.
One Trip per Week.
EASTPORT, CALAIS AND ST. JOHN.
ION and after Thursday, Nov. 13th,
the Steamer “New Kngfaud,’’ Capt.
E. Field, will leave Railroad Wharf,
foot State Street, every Thursday, at 6 o’clock
P. M.. till further notice, for Flasfportand St. John.
Returning, will leave St. John every Monday
morning, at 8 o’clock, for East port, Portland and
Boston.
' Positively no freight received after 4 o'clock
P. M. on the day of sailing.
Through tickets are sold by this line, con meting at
Eastport with stage coaches for Machine. and w ith
steamer t^ueen for Bobbin*tan, Calais, St. Stephens
and St. Andrews, and at the latter place over rail
way Tor Canterbury. Woodstock and Hunlton
Stations.
We also ticket through per steamers and railways
for W mil nor, Halifax. Ihgby. Fredericton, Sussex,
Moncton. Shediac. Prince Edtrard Island, Pictou,
North Shore t\f New Brunswick, Mirtmichi, and
Bail de Chuleur.
nuvll C. C. EATON. Agent.
M ONTR F. A L
OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO’S
Weekly Mail Line.
ONE of tb. following power*
fill SlPtmerc UIBEKX1AX, NOKTH
AMEKH AN.NOKWEt.IAN, JIKA,
BOHEMIAN, ANI.LO SAXON, NO
VA Si OMAN—will sail from Quebec every Satur
day morning, for Liverpool, via Londonderry.
Passengers leave Portland per Grand Trunk Trains
with United States mails, every Friday, at 116 P. M.,
connecting with Steamer at Quebec every Saturday
morning.
Passage to Liverpool. Londonderry or Glasgow:
Htird Class, ?86. First C lass. $77 to $92—according
to accommodation,—which iucludes tickets ou Grand
Trunk Railway.
Prepaid aud return tickets issued at reduced rates.
Excursion tickets to the World’s Fair, out and
back. $18d.
Apply to Edmonstone, Allan k Co.. Montreal, or to
J. L. FARMER,
No. 10 EXCHANGE ST., PORTLAND.
June 28.1802. dtf
Portland and New York Steamer*.
The splendid and fat Steamship
“CHESAPEAKE,” Captain Sidney
Crowell, will until ftirther notice run
as follows :
Leave Browns Wharf, Portland, every WEDNES
DAY*, at 4 P. M.. ai d leave Pier 9 North River, New
York, every SATURDAY, at 3 o’clock, r. M.
This vessel is fitted lip with fine accommodations for
passengers, making this the most speedy, safe and
comfortable route for travellers fret ween ’New York
and Maine. Passage $6,00, including F'are aud State
Rooms.
UWUI lorwurutm uv 11110 nuv biiu iiwn avuinti,
Juebec, Bangor, Bath, Augusta, Eastport aud St.
oh n.
Stoppers are requested to send their freight to the
s turner before 3 P. M., on the day that she leave*
Portland.
For freight or passage apply to
EMKRi k FOX, Brownr« Wharf, Portland.
U. B. ( ROMWELL k CO., No. 86 West Street,
New York.
June 23,18 3. dtf
Sheriff's Sale.
Cumberland, a*:
FI1AKEN ou Execution, and unless previously re
1. deemed, will be sold at Public Auction to the
highest bidder, on Monday, the 1st day of Decem
ber. A. D. 1862. at the Post Office in Saccarappa Vil
lage, in the town of Westbrook, in the County ol
Cumber land, at ten o’clock in the forenoon, all the
right which Thomas Akeis Isas or bad ou the twen
tieth day of Mmch, A D. 1862, at 12 o’clock noon,
to redeem the following described real estate, the
same having been attached ou the original writ: A
certain piece of land with all the buildings theieon.
situated in Westbrook at Saccarapi z. Village, in said
County, on Brown street, and bounded as follows,
viz: Beginning at the most soutl erly corner of a lot
of land that Solomon L. Elder sold to Stephen Cole,
at a stone and post; thence north seventy-eight and
oue-quarter degrees east to a spike in a white oak
tree, and thence to a stone on the northerly corner of
said lot. eleven rods and eight links; thence south
tbirty-two and one-half degree* east three roda to a
white oak stump and stone; thence south tweuty-two
degrees cast two rods and nineteen links to a stone
and corner of Smith lot; thence south seventy-nine
and one-quarter degrees west thirteen rods, to Facto
ry street, so called, to a stone; thence northwesterly
by «aid last named stieet five rods, seven and
one-half links, to the first mentioned bounds—-being
the saute property that Preston Dav bought of Mary
Phrmer. aud by said PayjDonveyed to Thomas Akers,
and the same tiow occupied by said Akers. The above
described real estate being subject to a mortgage to
Preston Day, to secure the payment of twelve hun
dred dollar®, as per deed of December 7th, 1867. re
corded in Cumberland Registry of Deeds, volume
284, page 167: and the said Dav by his assignmeut of
said mortgage to Ivory llazelton, on the 28d day of
Julv, 1874)—consideration eight hundred dollars—re
corded hi Cumberlai d Registry of Deeds, volume
294, page 421: aud now due on said mortgage four
hundred dollars, and interest ou the same from the
1st day of May, 1862. Reference to said Registry be
ing had for a particular description of the said prem
ises and the said mortgage. Further particular at
the time and place of sale.
Dated at W stbrook, October 89th, A. I>. 1862.
GEO. W. PARKER, Deputy Sheriff.
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At a Court ok Probate held at Portland, within
and for the Countv of Cumberland, on the first
Tuesday of November,in the year of our Lord eigh
teen hundred and sixtv-two.
WILLIAM II FESSENDEN, Administrator of
the estate of Richard Hill, late of Portland in
said County, deceased, ba% ing presented his first and
final account of administration of said estate for
probate:
It was Ordered, That the said Administrator give no
tice to all persona interested, by causing notice to
be published three weeks successively, in the Maine
State Press, printed at Portland, that they may ap
pear 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 show cause if any they
have, why the same should not be allowed.
WILLIAM G. BARROWS, Judge.
A true copy, Attest:
w8w21* EUGENE HUMPHREY, Register.
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Directly orer tlie Magnetic Telegraph Office, f earth
Story, where all varieties of
Plain and Fancy Job Work,
Will be promptly alteaded to oa the most libera
terms.
ENTRANCE -- 83i EXCHANGE STREET,
Orders left at the conuting-room of the Daily ness
and Maine State Frees, head of Srst fight of stair*,
will be promptly attended to.
tr The office 1* supplied with ww
FAST PRES8E8 AVI) STEAM POWER
And It* capacity and (he ill ties (hr doing work in good
styl* nr* equal to any in the City or 8tst*.
IV. A. WATER * CO.
Jnly 17,1881. <jtf
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prorsd modern machinery, and their assortment of
Book and Fancy Types,
It adequate to do any work demanded in this State
Business Curds of Every Variety,
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PRINTED AT SHORTEST NOTICE.
BILL-HEADS RULED AND CUT IN
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Billet* A Circulars in Every Variety of Type.
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Policies Printed and Bound for
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Deeds, Law Briefs, Equity Cases,
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Bronzt, Colored, snd sll other kinds of
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Photographic Frames.
CJGl’ARK or oval—prerv kind called for. Theea
! O brine manufactured bv ourselees, except thoee
necewarily Imported, we can compete with any mar*
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