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STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION --OF THE Springfield Fire and Marine Insurance Co., OF SPRINGFIELD, MASS., On the First day of November, 1S02, in conformity with the Laws ol the State of Maine. Capital Stock, all paid up, *200,000 00 Surplus, 190,53183 -*390,531 83 ASSETS AS FOLLOWS : Cash, 6,935 98 Cash in hands of Agents in course of transmission, 10,872 32 *16,400 U.8. 7.80 Treasury Notes, 16.U16 00 *10,000 U. Sttper cent. Certifi cates of Indebtedness, 10,000 00 *5,000 U. S. 6 per cent. Coupon Bonds, 1881, 5,200 00 Real Estate owned by the Com pany, uniucumbered, 83,820 09 Loans on Mortgages of Real Es tate, within the < omiuouwealth of Massachusetts, 80,473 69 12207 shares Bank Stocks, as per schedule, 124.200 50 688 shares Railroad Stocks, 76,750 00 Railroad Bonds, 7,550 00 Loans ou Personal and Collateral Security, 8.842 62 All other Securities, 8,364 18 8390.531 83 390,531 88 Peu Contha : All outstanding Claims, *27,904 05 No other liabilities to Banksor Individ uals except Office Expenses. Amount at risk, Nov. 1. 1862. 820,589.587 28 Amount necessarv to re-insnre the above. 84,865 42 [Signed] * WM. CONNER, Jb., Secretary. Commonwealth of Massachusetts, I County of Hampieu, ss. J Sworn to before me, (Signed) Gto. Walkeu, Justice of the Peace. Office of the Portland Agency, 105 MIDDLE STREET. Cy Policies issued on Real and Personal property. Risks taken on Dwelling Houses lor one, three, or five years, veby low. J. W. MINCER, Agent. dec5 ed8w wratemenr OF T II E CONDITION -OF HolyokeMutual rire Ins. C ompany IN SALEM, MASS., On the first day of November, being the date of its exhibit next preceding Dec. 1,18G2. ▲mount of Capital Stock. £557,748 48 Consisting of Notes and Statute Liabilities, 418,121 61 Cash Assets, as follows, viz: Investments in Mortgages, £46,872 87 Bank Stock. 41.905 08 Railroad Bonds and Stocks, 12,529 38 U. States,State and City Bonds, 19,961 09 Loans on collateral and notes recehable, 6,542 49 Real Estate. 2.415 17 Cash on hand, 6.687 49 Balances in hands of Agents, 9>#> 41 Interest earned ami sundry assets, 2.90G 89 £139,626 87 $557,748 48 Amount at Risk, £10,573.288 21 ▲mount of Liabilities, (other than amount at risk,) viz: Claims for Losses, £3.100 00 There are no other liabilities, unless of bills not rendered for expenses. AUGUSTUS STORY, President. TIIOS. H. JOHN SON, Secretary. ty*Tliif ( otnpauv is pa\ iug a dividend of 25 per cent, on yearly, and 33 1 -3 percent, on three and five year'Policies, at their expo atiou. ELIPHALET WEBSTER, Agent, No. 162 1-2 Fore St., Portland. dec3 <13w woonntt, TRITE A CO., Importer, and Wliolerale Doalcre in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, lANlTACTlRERS A\» JOBBERS OF CLOTHING, Not. 54 and 5G Middle Street, Portland. Geo. W. Woodman, Alfred Woodman, Beth B. Mersey, Charles Bailey. aug20dfcwtf TOWN AMD Corporation. Bonds, WITH COPPO NS, Town IVofes and Orders, AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF PRINTING, Neatly and Promptly Executed —AT THE— Press Office. BBT COFFINS CASKETS, To bo found in this city, of every description, finish* od and trimmed In the Neatest Style, -ABB AT C. H. BLAKE'S, No. 30 UNION STREET. ▲nd will be sold cheaper than at any other place in the city. ROBES FURNISHED TO ORDER. _ r H K _ SHOW-CASES. DESKS, AND DRAWEE-WORK Of every deacription, iucludiug Tiyloe'i Sel» BcrpoK-rmo Diiawkb, tho beat kind ever made. SP“ All orders for Repairing Furniture, Varnish ing, Unholtiering, Chair Sealing. Glazing, 4c., promptly attended to. Jnl81tf JAMES P. SLEEPER, FHRNI9HINO UNDERTAKER, No* 111 Exchange Street, Portland, Residence rear of 411 Congress Street, keeps con* stantly on hand all the various kinds of COFFINS AND CASKETS, Now in I'ae. And will make o order auvthing of tide kind that may be ordereu, «t abort notice, from the cheapeet to the very ataT B} giving nv atrict and undivided attention to the manniacturing, lining and trimming of the above, 1 can ftlrnlah tnetn cheaper than any one elae. Aug. 8.1«B. JAMES P. SLF.El'ER. COAL & WOOD, CHEAP FOR CASH, DELIVERED TO ANY I'ART OF THE CITY. SPRING MOUNTAIN LEHIGH, BAZELTON LEHIGH, COLERAINE LEHIGH, LOCUST MOUNTAIN, JOHNS, THE GENUINE LOBBERY, Pare and Free Durning. CUMBERLAND COAL FOR SMITHS’ USE. THESE Coals are strictly of the best quality, and warranted to give satisfaction. Also, for tale, best quality of Nova Scotia and other Hard and Mod Wood. The public are rer)uested to call, as we are deter* mined to give good bargains to those who pay cash. Office, Commercial Sthead of Maine H7/’/. Ju.8»f 9AWY1EB A WHITNEY. Book, Card & Fancy Printing, NEATLY EXECUTED AT THE OFFICE OF THE PRESS. Pier and Mantle Mirrors. W'T.1' or Eliptical frame, with __ MORRISON & CO., 36, Market 8qnare. Phoiogrnphlf Roods ft Chrmirnl*. Ol It neck in thia department icomplete com prising every article used in the art * nttea MORRISON & Co., JunckldtfwSt 36, Market Square. I 1 ■HBHMMBMMBMHMMHBlMi J MISCELLANEOUS. Great Improvement in HOUSE* T UAINING! AFTER many year* experience in the old stylo, a thorough cour*o of Instruc tion* by Prof. J. 8. 1!a rky .and liveyear* practice in hi* art, tin* subscriber will hold himself in readiness at his place to tame and traiu any Colt* or \iciou« horse* tosaddle or harness in the only true Wly. M\ motto—"Kindness over cruelty." Charges rea«oi able. J. >v. KOHIN80N, South Street. ty Persons having Colts or unruly Horses will find it to their advantage to call a* above. HORSES FOR SALE—1 would take this opportu nity to say t liar J will sell two or three good business horses, very cheap. novl3 FOR SOLE INC OR ]M ENDING Boots* and Shoe*. Hilton’s Oomont, Insolvablc in Water or Oil—for mending FURNITURE. IVORY. RONE, CROCKERY, GLASS AND FART HEN WARE. It is invaluable for soleng or patching Boots and I Shoes, aud lor cementing Leather Belting it has no ; equal. ty Only 25 Cents per Bottle, at s LORIXC’S DRl t; STORE, novl7 Corner Exchange ft Federal Streets. a 5 YKA R8. * For more tlian twenty-five year* ha* the well known FURNITURE HOUSE or WALTER COREY, Furnished the mansions of the wealthy and the dwellings of the lowly, THE PUBLIC HOUSES, MERCHANT SHIPS, AN I> STEAMERS Not of Maine only, but of other State*, with articles of Furniture suited to their various wants. AND NOW, At the old stand, 52 and 54 Exchange Street, With increased facilities for manufacturing, BY STEAM POWER, With good workmen and thoroughly seasoned stock, he can furnish tin- largest assortment of CUSTOM-MADE WORK, (Or made, at short notice, to any pattern customers may direct.) Than can be found Elsewhere in the State. Fnrcha*er* for C'ash may re*t assured tnat goods bought at this house will be made perfectly satisfac tory in price and quality. At this establishment may be found an extensive a* •ortnieut of Elegant and Plain Furniture, of the most desirable styles, comprising Rich and Medium Priced Drawing Room, Parlor and Chamber Furniture, of every de scription. Feather Hods and Mat tresses of all kinds, Common Furniture, Chairs. Look ing Llasses, &c. The Best of Extension Tables, Ac. Rosewood and Gilt Mirrors. Spiral Spring Beds, &c. Upholstery Work Attended to a* uiaal. N. B.—SHIP FURNITURE made to order. October l*t, 1802. tf TIIKOEGII TICKETS TO NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, BALTI MORE and WASHINGTON, and to all part, ot the WEST and SOUTH and NORTH WEST. via. all the mo«! pn/nilar rvutrr and at the hvrtt Button rate*, for «a!e by W. D. LITTLE. Agent. Oct, a dtfoffice 31 Exchange St. TODD'S LEX SOLIS HAIR DYE! THE market ha, been flooded for rear, with differ ent article* called Hair Dje*. which have never sail,fled Ibe expectation, oi purcha-er*. The sic Plra ultra ba, been readied at .act in TODD'S HAIR DYE, and the article ha, given entire satia fketion to every peraon who ha, uwl it. It contains no injuriou, ingredient,, and give* the hair a beauti nil rich brown or black color. Direction* tor uaiug —which are very simple—accnmpanv each bottle One superiority ot Todd’* Lux t-ofi* Hair Dve over all other, I*, you do not have to cleanse the hair or wash it before or after using the dv e. ai d there i* but one kind to he used, and that can lie put on the same a, oil and water, without anv trouble, unlike all oth er dve, that have two or three different kind* to be applied every time u-ed. Thi* dve I* peculiarly adapted for coloring ladies’ hair, becauae vou do not have to wash out the dv e after putting it on. Unlike all other dye*, it will color long hair, which other dye* cannot do. Give till* new article a trial, a* we know you will u*e no other after once utiug thi*. Lk For sale only at TODD’S HAIR-DRESSING ROOMS, | No. 74 Middle, corner of Exchange Street. septlfltf Turner’s American Express. PARCELS, Package*, and all other article* usuallv sent bv Exuiea* Will Vx*. <„ra»-rgl^ »-A>._l St. John, N. B., aud all part* of the Provinces, wifi! ! despatch. The subscriber solicits the patronage of the public ! „ , J _ ANSEL LOTH HOP, Agent. Portland, Sept, 30. l*a d2m [Copyright secured.] The Great Indian Remedy FOR FEMALES. J DR. MAT1ISON’S INDIAN EMMENAGOCUE. Tliis celebrated Female Medicine, * possessing virtues unknown of anv thing e se of the kind, and proving effectual atUr all other* have failed, is designed for both married and gin- 1 ale ladies, and is the very best thing known for the purpose, as it wifi bring on the monthly sickness in ca-es of obstructions, lioni auy cause, and alter all other remedies of the kind have b'*en tried in vain. OVER 2<»0 BOITLES have now been sold without a single failure, when taken as directed, and without theleast injury to health in any case. 'lyit is put up in bottles oi three I different strengths, with full diree , tions tor using, and sent bv express, closely sealed, to all parts of the cotllitrv. ' j PRICES—Foil streugth. 810; half strength, 86; quarter strength. 68 per bottle. REMEMBF. li—This medicine is designed ex- ! pressty for obstinate cases, which all other remedies I qr the kind hare failed to cure: a’so that it is war- i ranted as represented in every respect, or the price l will be refunded. ! 3TBkirARE OF IMITATIONS! None genu- | ine and warranted, unless purchase i directly nf Dr * M at his Remedial Institute for special Diseases No. 23 Union street. Providence. R. 1. CFI his Specialty embraces a'l diseases of a pri vate nature, both ot MEN and WOMEN, bv a reg ulariv educated physician of twenty veais’ practice, giving them his whole attention. ^Consultation* Lv letter or otberwis etc strict- j lV ®oaHdenttal,and medicines will be sent bv express secure from observation. To all pait* ot the United i States. Also accommodations for ladies from abioad 1 wishing for a secure and quiet ntTnLAT, with good ! care, until restored to healtn. 6 CAUTION.—it has beei estimated that over two hundred thousand dollars are paid to swindling | ouacks annually, in New England alone, without a»»i/ 1 benefit to those who pt> it. AiJ this comes from 1 trusting, without inquiry, to men who are alike des titute of honor, character aud sk.ll, at d whose onlv recommendation is their own tialse and extravagant assertions, in praise of themselves. If, therefore you would avoid being humbugged, take no man’s 'r. his pretensions are, but MAKE INC’UIin it will cost vou nothing and mav save you many regrets: for, a- advertising phv. •iciane, in nine cases ou. of ten, are bogus, there is no safety in trusting any of them, unless you know who and what thev are. » Du. M. will send fkek. bv enclosing one stamp as above, a pamphlet on DISEASES OF WO MEN. and on Private Diseases generally, giving full I information, with the most undoubted r>'ferenres and ! testimonials, without w hich no advertising pliysician J or nuniicine ot this kind is deserving of AXY CON h / h i: s > r wn. i n: i e r. , TTf Orders hymaii promptly att. nded to. Write i vouraddress plainly, and direct to DR. MATTISON tl“‘bo'e-_J_dec61v J J. o. CHEKEV, m -'[e““eon llnrinoniiiiii TIan uf net urer, 186 j MIDDLE STREET. IV t'! ,,aH more first premiums aX . for best instruments than anv other maker in the Mate. ztr liepairing aud Tuning promptly and uertoa ally attended to. wly7 THE MARKETS. Portland Wholesale Prices Current. Expressly corrected for the Tress to December 10. An additional duly of Hop*. 10 pc is It vied on all mer- Duty : be p lb. chunuise not imjtorted di- First Sort, 1802... 14 («;16 rect from the place qf pro- I rou. duct ion or growth. Duty: Pig and Stamp $6, A»hea. liar not exceeding $50 p Duty : 10 pc ad val. ton value $17 p ton, ex Tear! P lb.7F@ 83 ceeding $50 p ton $18, Tot.7*® 8y less than £ inch thick or A p|> l«‘»* more than 7 inches wide, Green p bbl.31477 lj rounds less than 4 inch Sliced p tb.4]®54c or more than 4 inches in Cored p lb. 4j an diameter, and squares Cucored p lb.2$® 3^ less than 4 inch or more Bread. than 4 inches square $20, Duty: 30 pc. I Paifroat/ $12 60, lioiler Pilot p 100 lbs. $54 (g> 5j aud Plate $25 p ton. Ship.A5 ® 4i Sheet 2®2£c p ft> and Cracker* j>er bbl.. .3®) 3j $3u5 p ton. Crackers, p 100 . 35 ®40c Common.33 Butter. , “ Retiiied . 4®^44 Duty : 4c p lb. Swede.6 ,a 01 Family p lb.21 f®23c Norway.Oja 7 Store.14 ®16 < at«t Steel.22 ^a24 Bean*. German Steel_14 « 10 Marrow p bush?2 26® 2 50 EnKlishfltlis.steel.10 ®17 Tea.2 25®2 00 S t»ri n g.9 ® 10 Blue Tod.2 12®2 37 Sheet Iron, Engl. ojcT 04 Candle*. Sheet Iron,Rumua.17 ®18 Duty: Sperm and Wax He, \ do Rus im’t.. 13 a.14 St ear me be, TalUtw 2^c, l,ard. P lb Barrel, p lb .104 (a 11 Mou <i t» lb 13 coll Keys, p lb.101®Ulc Sperm.32 ®35 Cralher. w Cheene. Du/y. 30 pc ad rat. Duty : 4c p Ib. New York, light 2S (a3Dc Vermont p lb-11 ®12 do. md. wts .80 ®8l Country.9)ul0) do. heavy_ 30 a31 C oh I—(Retail.) do. slaughter. 32 a.34 Duty . From Br. ProvincAAmor. Caltskius. .75 ®86 ts free, other foreign Hi- Sl’ter Wax Leath.19 ® 20 tumcnous $1 10, all oth- Lead. er kinds 60c p ton. Duty . Pig 14c p lb. Cutuberl’d p ton.$10® Am. Tig p 100 lb.$956/ 93 Wliiteash.9 ® Foreign Tig. 9 * « 9] Lehigh.9® Sheet aud Pipe.. lotalo] Franklin. 9 ® j Lime. J 1 Coflee. ! Dntu : 10 pc ad val. Duty : be p lb. Rockland, cask. 08 ®75c Java p tb.38 77340 Lumber—From vard. St. Domingo.30 a 31 Clear Pine, No. 1. $38 >ai Rio .32 ® 33 do. No.2 34 ui Mocha.34 ® 35! do. No. 3 24 ® Cordage. do. No. 4 14 w Duty : Tarred2]c, .l/aui/-,.Shipping Lumber.10 a 17 to’24, all other 3i p lb Snruce.lu ® n American p lb .13 a 14): Hemlock.H ^10 Huxxia Hemp.1*>J® 17 Box Sh’ks,(cash) 50 a>'/>c Manilla.13 a,13j Clapb’ds, S ext. .$14 ®lo Boltrope, Ru>**ia. 16)al7) do. T “ .. 30 «32 do. Muuillm.14 ®15 Shingles, Cod. ext.2Va. 8 P bbl.$18D(|135 do. ext. PineSl a 3 Drufta nnd Dye«. Laths,Spruce.. 10hol26 Duty : p lb— (X/ Pinna- do. Pine.1 25® 1 80 motiS2, OH Almond sand Red Oak Staves 3D a. 36 Otto of h'ore 81 60, Oil Mol. IIlid. Shook* Bergamot, ('ansia and 8t iicads.citv. 275a 287 < ’lores 81, Hydriodate Sugar do. city 2 75a 2 87 Potash 75c.('antharides. do. do. c'trv.l 25 a 1 50 Mastic,Ipecac,Rhubarb, Country Riff-Mol. w Cardamons, Oil Lemon. iihd. Shook*... 1 60a 1 75 Anise and Orange, to- Slash.16<Val6U dim 50c, Tolu and (Yiuh Hoop.830 a 32 < 'amphor3»*c, Refined do. Ilackinetack Tim 4‘*. Tartaric Acid 2or. l**r, 4> tun.10.a 16 (Yearn Tartar, Citric Molti «»<*»• Acid, Shellac, Copal,/hi- Duty 6c p gal. maraud Gums used for C ieurugo*. like jmrposes 10c. Aloes, Trinidad.40 'a' 45 Verdigris, Chlorate of cuba claved.35 ft 36 Potash, Carh. Magnesia do. do. tart 80 a 32 6c, Boracic Acid, Yellotr do. Muscovado.86 a 38 Prussia/e Potash and Sew Orleans. i Red do. 10c, Liquorice. Portland Syrup, lihda..26 Oxalic Acid amt Sugar do. " this 29 gf Lead 4c. Asphaltum \ a i I «• and Ri-Chro. Potash Duty • Cut lc. Wrought 2c Sago l}c, Epsom Salts, Assorted 8c p lb.* ’ ! Liquorice Root, Bi-('arb. Cask., . 460a476 ; Soda, < dust c Soda lc; Nmnl Storm. w 1 Castor Oil 50c p gal.,,Duty Turpentine, Rosin, Morphine 82 p ox.. At- Pitch, Tar 20 pc aef ral um 60c p ctrf.. Copperas S. Turpentine 15c pgal 60c 4>cic/., Muriatic Ac- Tar(foreign)p hbl.8ia.al6 j id lo pc ad ral., Spong- Pitch (Coal Tar) 84: a. es, Assafotida, Isin- Rosin.1H a20 1 glass. F/orSulphur.Sen- Turpentine Pgal 230a285 ! na, Arrotcroof, Ginseng Oakum. 20 pc. Bleaching poir- Duty: Free. ders 80c p art. Sago American.81® 9j 50c Pcert., 8alSodaand oil. Sods Ash jc P lb. Crude Hutu Sperm. Whale and Brimstone S3 and Roll other Fish Oils of for- I rfo. W P (oa, i/coAoHOc eign fisheries 20 pc ad \ P rat.. Linseed, t/empseed Alum p lb.4 @ 5c and Rape seed 23c p gal, Aloe*.30 @ 37, olive 23c. Salad 60c. Arrow Root.17 (a40 Palm, Seal and Cocoa- ! Borax.28 @3«i nut 10c 4* gal. Brimstone (roll). 4’(a 5 Portland kerosene IJi-Carb. Soda.6} @61 Illumiuafg (XI.80 ®«5c Sulphur.6 @ 6] Machine.80 m. 82 Sal Soda.8ha, 4 Clarine. Camphor.14ha 1 50 Sprni Winter. 1 98ft200 Cream Tartar.86 a56 Whale, ref. Wint 98 ftldO Logw ood ex.12 ft 14 do. ( rude.90® 92 Magnesia .28 @86 (.rai d Rank and Indigo, M’la, fine. 81}ft 2 R»v ( haleur f26 (a29 Madder.17c@18 Shore.24 ft26 Opium.£9 u94 Lit seed.81 32ftfl86 Rhubarb.200@ 2 25 Boiled.186® 140 Alcohol.87 @96 Lard Oil.1 oftal 10 Fluid.1 10 e l 25 olive Oil.176a 180 (amphene. 290 @ ( astor Oil. 2u&a210 Saltpetre.11 @23 Neatsfoot Oil... .I0&al 12 Vitriol.12 @ Onions Dye woods. p bbl.£8rft 3t Duty : Free. p bush.1 2n@i 25 Bar w ood .Painla. Brazil Wood.13 @ Duty : On White L> ad dry Camw ood.4 @ 4} or ground in oil and Red Fustic, CuLa.2 @ 2j Uad £2 4o p 100 lbs. 44 Savan villa. D@ 2 Litharge 24c, Oxide (J \ Hvpernic.4]@ 5 Zinc 2jc 4> lb. lYussian Logwood, Blue, Vermilion, ( hrome 1 ( ampeachy.2 @24 Ye/lov, I ’truettan Red 26. St. Doiniugo.1J@ 2 Spanish Brotcn dry 20, Extract Logwood. 12<@14 in oil 80 4>c ad ral., Yet Nic Wood. @ loir and other Ochres 60c Peach “ . 3?@ 4j p 100 lbs, Paris White Bed “ . 8j a 83 dry 60c, in oil £160, “ 2 @ Whiting 60c p 100 lb*. Quercitron Bark.. 2j@ 2? P’tl’d Lead, in oil.810® Red Sanders.8 @ 6 Lewis L*-ad, ** . 104ft101 Duck. Boston Lead, ** . 9}@ Jtuty : 80 pc ad ral. French Zinc, “ .. 1(>« 104 Havens.45c@ Anier. Zinc, “ . 8 i8i Portland, No. 8. 9<> @ Rochelle Yellow .. 3 a 34 44 No.l0..66,a Eng. Ven. Red... 8 a 3» Navy, S’r, No. 8 89 Litharge.10S “ " No. 10. 66 Red Ix'ad.lOtt Tent Duck, PI a ate r. U. S. 10 ox.66 @ Duty : Free. “ 12 or.06 @ Per ton Suit.176@178 Fen I her a. Hard.lft @162 Ihity : 80 4>c ad ral. Ground...6ouft660 Live (iCeae p lb. .60 @66 Pmelaiona. Kuseia.26 @ Duty Reef and Pork lc. Fish. Lard, Bacon and Hams Duty For 100 lb* foreign 2c. Butter and Cheese 4c caught — Herring £ 1. p lb. Mackerel 82, Salmon 83: Ch’go Mess Beef.812 ft.14 and all other pickled in Portland do. 12* a 13 bbls. 81 60 p bbl., other- P’tl'd ext. do. 14 a 144 ! irise 60c 4> net. From Pork, extra clear lOj^ftl? Provinces free. Pork, clear.15* alfi | Cod large 4> qut..84@ 41 Pork, me**. 13'@14 ! 44 aiTiall. 8a 3j Pork, extra do .. 13 a 144 I Pollock.2( a 2J Pork. Prime. llftlll Haddock, .1-ft 1 Round Hog*.53 (a(\i I Hake,..1 56 @1 76 Ham*.lOftllc t Hcrring,shure4*bl.4 ft 4^ Cltv Smok'd Ham*.none, do. Labrador . none Produce*. do. scaledpbx S3o40c Heel p qu’r p lb. 6 (h 74 do. No. 1 . 25u3n Egg*, p dor. ... 18 volil Mackerel p bbl., Potatoes. pbbl.#142al *3 Hay No. 1.#101611 < liickena, billing 8 a 10 Ba> No. 2.7J6 8 Lamb.f> « 8 Bay No. 3.6} a 6 luikies. 9 a 12 Shore No. 1 ... 10»6» 11 <.eese.9 u in *' “ 2.7P® 7? Veal. ... none. do. (medium). 4; a 4* Pickle* p bbi.. #71® 84 do. (small).8j Rice. 3 Frail. /hit}/: ('fanned lie, Pad Duty : Lemon*, Orange*, dy }c p tb. Banana and Plantain* Uice p lb.74 2U pc ad ral., Almond* Rum. 4c, and Shelled do. 6c 1* I'orflat d distilled 63 665c lb. Xut* and Date* 2« Saleraiun. p tb. (\rrant*. Fig*. Valera’us p lb.6i a 7c Plum*, P> une* and Rai- Sa It. •in* 6c p lb. Citron 80 Duty : In bull 1RC, and in pc ad ral. bag* 24c p 1<)0 tbs. Alinoml*—Jordan p lb. Turk’s Is., p hhd Soil Shell.20 622c (8 bus.).#2 806 3 26 Shelled.25 a an Liverpool.2 60a 3 00 Currant*..15 6 18 Cadiz. none Citron.42 646 Sacks Salt.none iva Nut*.S2J62$ Cir’d Butter Salt 22 6 Hgs. common-none Starch. New Eleine.I806 22 Duty 20 pc ad ral Lemon*, p box. S2] « 8 Pearl.6*a' 7* Oranges—Havana. . . 2 601Potato. . 4'a 4* R«uin«, 1 Sho«-t>iooft>« «>si;Sio Blue pcask.lfil'Slfl ^|)rop. £1^6 B’ack ,.#m u in Buck. n £ Bunch p box .4106 415 Soap. Laver.426 «4 Sh Duty 36 pC ad ral. PaTe,i." « 9« Leatbe k i,ore’s. Trow Prune*.. . . . . 8^.10 bridge & Smith’s Ex I loar—Portlai d fn*p. tra No. 1 p lb. .. 946 9» Supeiline.#66 64 Family do. Rl(« 81 Eai cv.646 8J N0. 1.'. 7$® p ®xt,a.8}6 7 Eagle No. 1.6-6^6? Family.7 6 74 Star. 5} Extra Superior... .746 84 Castile. 125616 Western extra*... 74 Crane’*. 9 7*, 9j “ family. ...74^ 8) Spier*. 2 '* superior . 71 a Duty: dinger Pont 5c. Ohio extra.7 6 74 Crovnd dinger 8c, Pep “ family.8 6 per and Pimento ijfc f anada super No. 1 none. Cfore* 15c, Cn**u1 loc StLouisFa\ Brands.8 ® 9 Ca**ia Pud* 2oc. Cinna Southern 111. do do 74 084 im-n 26c, Mac* and Yut Petansco Family. lOdio} meg* 30c p lb Bve Flour.44a 41 Ca-sia p lb.46 6 47c Corn Meal.4}'ft 44 Cloves. 33 7/36 Buckw’t Fl’rpib 2c^ 2} Linger, (Race,... .90 681 (irain. (.inger. (Africa) 80 631 Duty: ( om and Oat* 10c. Mace.SO 7/90 Pt/e and Bar fay 16c. and Nutmegs.90 6 92 Wheat 20c p 6m. From Pepper. 26 ,626 Br. Province*free. Pimento. 22 6°4 »r©.9661 00 Seed*. Oat*..60 6 66 Duty: Linseed 18c P 6m , South 1 cl. Torn. 84 680 rm,aru *1 p 611 , Mu*- I Corn. Mixed.82 oft6 tard 3c p tb. Barley.80 6 86 Herd* Crass,.. . S24 623 Short* p ton. ...8-22 «23 Western Clover*.. 10c(6 li I inc Feed.26 ^a27 Red Top.S3 a ,3} I* riiifUione*. Linseed.3 „ Duty : Bough—free. Canary. SJ a 4 Rough, p ton-#17 «2“ Sugar. Dressed.30636 fluty Melado2c,notyibore a n a powder. Xo. 12 24c, abore Xo. 12 Duty : 1 alued at fas* than\ and not above 15 3c above 2<*c f lb 6c. over 2<»c 6c .V«». 16 and not afaire 20 p It) and 20 pc ad ral. 31c. above Xo. 20 and re Blasting.S4 « 6 fined 4c p lb. Rifle and Sporting 6i(a 7J Portland A. 916) do. A A .. 9?6> Presss’d pnetT.#184<S516 do. Yellow, none. Loose. 16 6103 Extra Yellow.none. Hide* and Shin*. Muscovado..1016114 Dufy : 10 pc ad ral do. in bond R'6 9 Slaughter llilc**.. fU6 74e Havana Brown. .. Ioj®12 CalfSkins.11613 do. White.. 12*6134 Calcutta Cow— New Orleans. 1P6135 Slaughtered. . 1 806 200 Crushed.14 614i Croon Salt.1 0061 76 Oranulatod.14 ,6 144 Dry.1206 1 30 Powdered. 14 6 144 Sheep Pelts. Cr’n.956 S1| Tallow. Sheep Pelts, Dry .Tfral 00 .Duty la Horn 1 pe. Soap I Stock 10 pc ad vat. • American refined ,8|@ 9c Soft, 44 .4j® 6 Rough.6j2 6 Twine. Team Duty: 36 fc>c ad val. Duty : 20c \) lb. ( otton Sail.83 ®86e Hyson.75c®?l Max “.40 a. Young Hyson-75 ® 1 “ Baleing.45 260 Oolong .67 280 Hemp 44 42 ® 50 Souchong.50 255 India. 20® 25 Tobacco. Varniah. Duty . Leaves unmanufar- Furniture.52 ® 3 tured 25, alt other kinds ( oach.34® 6 35 $>c ad rat. Dainar.312 4 5’s&10’s best hr’ds.70 275c Wool. do. medium. 65 <058 Duty: Costing 18c fc> lb do. common. 60 ct62 arid under 5 4>c, over 18c hall lbs be«t br’ds.78 a80 to 24e p lb 3c, over 24c do. med. good. <55 (a 70 9c 0 lb. do. common...60 »7<52 Fleece.45 ®65c Natural Leaf, Ibs.Sl a lj Lambs.45 253 Fancy, in Foil.1|2 2 Zinc. Tin. Duty: In blocks or pigs Duty: Pig 15c, Plates 25 ljc, in sheet* 2c p ib, \icatlval. manufacture* of 30 $>c Banca, cash.43c® 44 ad val. Straits. ea*di.40 «42 Pigs and slabs.6|(® 64 Plates-Char.I.C.51212 13 Sheet V.osslmann..ll4@13 do. 44 I.X. .15 ®16 Sheathing.90 ® Coke.llf®12 Exchange. Wood. London—60 d. 1 44 ® 1 47 Hard, retail.S7@ 7J Paris.fZ 82J®3 90 STEAMBOATS. CurlliiiKl anil >«‘\v York Steamers. SEMI-WEEKLY LINE. The splendid and fast Steamships “CHESAPEAKE,” (apt. Willett, and “PARKERSBURG,” Captain Hoffman, will, until farther notice, run as follows: Leave Browns Wharf, Portland, every WEDNES DAY, and SATURDAY. at 4 P. M . and leave Pier 9 North River, New York, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 3 o’clock, P. M. These vessels are fitted up w ith lino accommodations for passengers, making this the most speedy, sate and comfortable route for travellers between New York and Maine. Passage 55.00, including Fare and State Rooms. Goods forwarded by this line to and from Montreal, Quebec, Hpngor, Bath, Augusta, East port and St. John. Shippers are requested to send their freight to the steamers a* early as 3 P. M., on the day that they leave Portland. For fyeiglit or passage apply to EMfillY k FOX. Brown’s Wharf, Portland. II. B. < ROM WELL & CO., No. 86 West Street, New York. Dec. 6,1812. dtf INTERNATIONAL STEAMSHIP CO. One Trip per Week. EASTPOKT. CALAIS AND ST. JOHN. kS*!*11 ON and after Thursday, Nov. 13th, J -JlC'Adaof' the Steamer “New England,” < apt. ” ■' E. Field, will leave Railroad Wharf, foot State Street, every Thukbday. at 6 o'clock F. M., till further notice, for Kastportand St. John. Returning, will leave St. John every Monday mousing, at 8 o’clock, for Eastport, Portland and Boston. 11T Positively no freight received after 4 o’clock 1*. M. on the day of sailing. Through tickets are sold by this line, connecting at Eastport with stage coached for Machiat, and w ith steamer Queen for llobbins/on, Calais, St. Stephens and St. Andrews, and at the latter plac- over rail way for Canterbury, Woodstock and Houlton Stations. We also ticket through per steamers and railways for It'mdsor, Halifax, Dif/by, Fredericton, Sussex, Moncton, Shediac, Prince Edward Island, Pictou, North Shore of Sew Brunswick, Mirimichi, and Bay dt Chaleur. uovll C. C. EATON, Agent. MONTREAL OCEAX STEAMSHIP CO’S Weekly Mail Line. m ON E of the following first-class, power . ' 4- JUfe ful Steamers: HI BERMAN. NORTH ~ ETy A M ERIC AN, NOR W E< SIAM. JURA, icEHLaZSi BOHEMIAN, ANGLO SAXON, NO VA S< OT1AN—will sail from Quebec e\ erv Satur day morning, for Liverpool, via Londonderry. Passengers leave Portland per Grand Trunk Trains with United States mails, every Friday, at 1 15 F. M., connecting with Steamer at Quebec every Saturday morning. Passage to Liverpool, Londonderry or Glasgow: Third Class. *36. Tirst ( lass, #77 to #92—according to accommodation,—which includes tickets on Grand Trunk Railway. Prepaid and retnrn tickets issued at reduced rates. Excursion tickets to the World's Fair, out and back. #186. Apply to Edmonstone. Allan k Co., Montreal, or to J. L. FARMER. No. 10 EXCHANGE ST., PORTLAND. June 28.1862. dtf RF.ST FOR THE WEARY.I ANDERSON’S SPRING BED BOTTOM! Patent granted October, 1862. -O. K.. iF'roh.oclc, general agent. Under foiled State* Hotel, Portland. FV1H1S desirable mechanical arrangement has now JL beeu in use a sufl eient length of time to slo w that it gives entire satisfaction and actually is the more valued the more it is used. This invention is a step in advance of all others In the Spring Bed department, embracing a little more of their excelrencies, and yet happily overcoming all their delects. It is flexible as hair,* and yet so recu perative as to bring itself into ptace with great facili ty. It is adapted to the invalid, the aged and old. and all who linger in suffering and weakness. They are made of 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 tyring Bed Bot tom” into my house, after trial, 1 pronounce it to be an easy and health) bed. 1 am using several kinds of spring bed bottoms, but consider the Anderson ftilly e^uai if not better than the best. N. J. DAVIS, Proprietor. We have introduced several of the justlv celebrat ed “Anderson tyring Bed Bottom” to our sleeping apartments. We give this spring bed bottom a decid ed preference over any and all othere we have ever used t >ur guests speak of them in the highest terms. We recommend their use to all hotel keepers w ho de sire the comfort of their guests. w. d McLaughlin k son. May 12,1863. Franklin House, Bangor, Me. [From lion. Josiah 11. Drummond.] I am using the Anderson Spring Bed Bottom,’ and 1 am very much pleased with it. JOSIAH H. DRUMMOND. Portland, July 28.1862 [From Hon. Lot 31. Morrill.] Ilavinr used Anderson’ Spring Bed Bottom. I can cheerfully recommend it as an excelTent article. Augusta, Aug. o. LU1 M. MORRILL. 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 clieer ftlllv recommend them to the public. Waterville. May, 1861. Dk. X. R BOUTELL. Mr. D. K Frohock has furnished the beds in my house with the “Anderson Spring Bed Bottom," and 1 take pleasure in recommending this article as the most convenient, economical and comfortable tiling of the kind with which I am acquainted. A il ABBOTT, Principal ot Family School, Little Blue, Farmington. I have had the unsp«-akable pleasure of sleeping on one of the “Anderson Spring lied Bottoms" for tlie last three weeks, and must say it tar surpasses any thing I had autidpated. My wile, w ho is feeble, has had no good rest for six months till occupying one of these beds. She would not part with it on anv ac count. Rev. John allEn. Farmington, Feb. 28, 1802. The lied Bottom 1 bought of you fullv merits my expectations, and is fullv up to your high recommen dations. 1 would cheerfully recommend it to all who desire to improve their sleepingapaitments. AI .STAPLES, Augusta. April 16,1862. A. N. WILLIAMS. Having tested the "Anderson Spring Bed Bottom," I can cheerfully recommend it to all w ho are in need ol such an article; and I believe it to be superior to anv thing of the kind now in use. Waterville. April 12,1862. Rev. E. HAWES. Testimonials similar to the above have been re ceived from the proprietors of the following public houses- • Penobsot Exchange. Bangor. Franklin House, Bangor. Skow began House, Skowhegan. Lewiston House, Lewiston. Wlnthrop House, Whithrop. Elmwood House. Waterville. Litchfield Corner House. Stoddard House. Faimington. Revere House, Vassalboro. Hallowell House, Hallowell. (’hint House. China Franklin House, Augusta. Cushnoc House, Augusta. Abbott’s School Farmington. Eaton Boys’ Boarding School, Kent’s Hill. inUTdftwdm (•lit Frame**. IjlOR PORTRAITS OR LANDSCAPES of anv size or style desired—latest patterns and best workmanship—made to order by MORRISON ft CO.. 26, Market Square Old Frames Re-Gilt. VND RENEWED by MORRISON ft CO. FOR NAFF. 300 000 BOARDS*" 111 * Shll’P,n* 6.060 Sugar Box SHOOKS. SPRUCE DIMENSION.all sizes. DOORS. SASHES. BLINDS, LATHS, CLAP BOARDS—Fitted and Rough. OUTSIDE SASHES on hand. 200 Bbls. Choice Brand FLOUR, for family use, by RUFUS DEE RING, Hobson’s Wharf, foot of High Street. OCBO dillil | _ RAILROADS, KENNEBEC AND PORTLAND R. R. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. On and after Wednesday, Nov. 19th, 1862. passenger trains will leave as fol lows: Augusta lor Hath, Portland and Boston, at 10.45 A. M., connecting at Brunswick with the Androscoggin Railroad for Lewiston, Livermore Falls, Wilton and Farmington. Leave Portland for Bath and Augusta at LOOP. M., couuectiug with the Androscoggin trains at Bruns wick for Lewiston, Livermore Falls, Wilton and Far mington ; and at Augusta with the Somerset & Ken nebec Railroad for Vassaiboro', Waterville. Ken dall’s Mills and Skowhegan; and at Kendall's Mills with the Penobscot A Kennebec Railroad for Burn ham, Pittsfield. Newport and Bangor. Tickets sold in Boston for all the stations on the Kennebec 8c Portland, Androscoggin, and somerset A Kennebec Roads. For Bangor and Stations on the Penobscot A Ken nebec Railroad, passengers will purchase tickets to Kendall's Mills. STAGE CONNECTIONS. Stages leave Rath daily at 3.00 P. M., for Wiscas set, Daman-cotta, Waldoboro’, Warren, Rockland and Thomaston. Leave Augusta for Belfast, at 4.00 P. M., or on ar rival of of traiu from Portland. B H. CUSHMAN, Manager and Superintendent. Augusta. Nov. 15, 1862. no\18 York A Cumberland Railroad. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. ' "r""!.M.TOr Dn and after Monday, November 10, «'<l'#i,*‘«g|g#traiug will leave as follows, until further orders: Saco River for Portland at 6.35 and 9.15 A. M. and 3.30 P M. Leave Portland for Saco River at 8.00 A. M., and 2.00 and 5.15 1'. M. The 2.00 P. M. train out, and ths 9.15 A. M. train into Portland, will be freight trains with passenger cars attached. Stages connect at Saccarappa daily for South Wind ham, Windham Centre and Great Falls. At Gorham, lor West Gorham, Standish, Steep Falls, Baldwin, Hiram, Limiugton, Brown field, Fryeburg, Conway, Denmark, Lovell, BriUgton, Ac., Ac, At Buxton Centre, for West Buxton,Bonuy-Eagle, South Lirniiigtou, Liinington, Ac., Ac. At Saco River, tri-weekly, for Hollis, Limerick. Ossipee, New field. I'arsonstield. Effingham, f reedom, AiiuiiiiKiuu, » wiliirii, i unri, me. nov 13 ALEX’K BAILEY, Jr., Sup’t. ANDROSCOGGIN RAILROAD. SUMMER A lilt A NORM ENT. ripruLWWwn On and after Monday, Mav 6. 1862. trains will leave Portland for Lewiston and Farmington via Brunswick, at 1 P. M. Leave Farmington for Lewiston, Bath and Port land, via Brunswick, at 9.16 A. M. Leave Lewiston for Bath aud Portland via Bruuf wick at 11.45 A M. Freight trains daily betweeu Portland aud Lewis ton. STAGE CONNECTION*. Stage leaves Strickland’s Fern' Tue*davs, Thurs days aud Saturdays, for Livermore, Canton, Peru and Dixtield; returning opposite davs. Stage leaves North Jay for East Dixtield. Dixtield, and Weld, on Tuesdays, Thursday* and Saturdays; returning opposite days. Stage leave* Farmington .or New Vineyard. New Portland and Kingfield, on Wednesdays and Satur days, returning on ' oudays and Fridays. Stages leave Lai iniugton daily, for Strong, Avon and Phillip*. Passengers lor this route will take the cars at the Portland, Saco k Portsmouth, or Kennebec k Port ia £ Depots, in Portland. 8. W. EATON. Sup’t. i arrmngton May 6. 1*62. june23dtf GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY. ~ Notice to Wood and Lumber Itler* chants. FROM November 1st. 1862, to May 1st, 1863. the rates of freight on all descriptions of lumber and timber will be advanced 26 per cent. No tire wood will be conveyed betweeu October 1st, 1862. and May 1st. 1863. An advance in the rates of fire wood will take place next summer. hut in consequence of change* in the arrangement for conducting the w ood business, which are about to be made, the Company will not be able to take fire wood from certain pi act's on the line, so that should any parties make contracts for fire wood to be carried on the railwav during the next season, they must understand that they will do so at their own risk, aud that the Company will not feel themselves bound to carry it. Due notice will be given of the rates of (height, and from what stations fire wood can be carried next summer. C. J BRYDt.ES, Managing Director. Montreal. August 1.1862. a6dtf mm THROUGH TICKET$T To Chicago, Cincinnati. Cleveland. Detroit, Toledo. St. I'acl, La Crone. St. Louis, New Orleans, or say purt of the WEST, SOUTH OR NORTH WEST, BI THE ERIE RAILWAY. Via Buffalo, Dunkirk, akd Niagara Falls. This road is broad guaue and is provided with New aud Splendid Sleeping Cars. ty i icken told in Cortland at lowest Boston rate by W. D. LITTLE. Agent, Office 81 Exchange Street, z-w Yon can save money by securing tickets at thia OZnoe. June 28. duwtf Statement of the North American Fire Insurance Co. OF HARTFORD, CONN,, To the Secretary of the State of Maine, in conformi ty to law, Nov. 1st, 1862. Capital Stork, all paid in, $306,000 00, INVESTED AB FOLLOWS, VIZ: United States Stocks, market value, £25,718 76 State and City Stocks, " *' 18,660 00 Railroad and' other Stocks and Bonds, “ « 22.168 76 Bank Stocks, “ •* 201.U87 00 Loans on mortgages of Real Estate, •• “ 4.100 00 Loans on Bank Stocks, 16,6® 70 ( ash on hand and in Banks, 82.139 43 Amount due from Agents and in transit, 11.743 20 Other property of the Company, 2.457 24 Total Assets. $333.474 07 LIABILITIES: Losses unpaid, not adjusted, $10,298 00 Other claim* against the Company—Noue. Prem uu Notes—None. State ot Connectit-ut, Hartford bb., Nov. 8. 1802. Sworn to by A F. HASTINGS, President, Wm. C. HASTINGS, Sec y, Before uie. Stile* Spring, Justice of the Peace. Applications received, Policies issued, aud losses promptly paid, at the Agency in Portland. OF* Rate* as favorable as other sound Companies. First cla-s Dwellings aud contents insured for ONE, THREE or five TEAR*, at lowest rates. W. D. LITTLE, Agent. Office • - - 31 Exchange Street. novl5d8w CONDENSED STATEMENT -OF THE Plitcnix Insurance Company OF HARTFORD, CONN., On the 1st day of November—made in conformity to the law’s of Maine. Capital Stock, all paid up . • • 9400,000. Surplus over Capital.ft 3 3,050 23, invested as follows, VIZ: Bank Stocks—market value, $806,976 75 State aud Citv and other Stocks—market value, 47.900 00 U. 8. 7 3-10 Treasury Notes, 80.814 36 Loans on mortgages of Real Estate, 12.200 00 Loans on Bank Stocks, 19.540 00 Cash on hand and in Banks 6S.496 43 Amount due from Agents and in transit, 8S.724 70 Interest due on Investments. 1.900 00 Real Estate owned by the Company, 17.600 00 Total Assets, 9533,050 23 Amount of Premium Note*—None. Amount of Liabilities for unadjusted losses, $48,875 Dated at Hartford, ) This 6th day of November,1862 I S. L. LOOMIS, President. HENRY KELLOGG, Secretary. This sound and reliable Company continues to in sure on Dwellings, Stores, Merchandize, and other property, on the most favorable terms. First class Dwelling*.and Furniture there in, taken for one. thret or lire rears, at low est rate*. All losses promptly adjusted aud paid at this Agency. W. D. LITTLE, Agent. Office, 31 Exchange Ml., Portland. novl5d3w HOMESTEADS FOR $20. mHE MISSOURI LAND COMPANY have pur A chased from the Hannibal & St. Joseph HaiKroad Company a large tract of land in Northern Missouri, adjoining the flourishing town of Hamilton, Caldwell County, for farming aud manufacturing purposes, and have divided their property into lots and farms. Thev are offered to subscribers in shares of $00 each. Maps, w ith Bill information, can be bad by calling on EDWARD SHAW, Afirnl, 102 Middle Street, Portland. une dtf MEDICAL. H. il” HAY, JUNCTION OF FREE AND MIDDLE STS., -DEALER IW Fine Chemicals, Pure Drugs, GENUINE MEDICINES, ENGLISH, FRENCH ANB AMERICAN PERU MERY, AND FANCY GOODS. APOTHECARIES' GLASS WARE, FOREIGy LEECHES, SURGICAL IKSTBUMEXTS, TRUSSES, SUPPORTERS, BRACES, ELASTIC STOCKIXGS, fc. VARNISHES, PAINTS, OILS, AND DYE-STUFFS, KEROSENE OIL, LARD OIL, And all other articles usually kept in a lima and I'aint establishment. rr State Ajrent for DAVIS t KIDD’S MAG XKT(I-KI,K.< TlilC M Af llINKS. eo.lAwloctl Dlt. HITCHES' Eclectic IVIedical Infirmary. Establinhed for the treatment of thone 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 certain class. During his practice he has treated thousands of cases, and in no iustance has he met with a failure. The remedies are mild, and there is no interruption of business or change of diet. Dr. Hughes is iu constant attendance from 8 in the morning until 10 at night, at his office. 6 Tem r»le street. Charges moderate, and a cure guaranteed u all cases. Separate rooms, so that no one will be seen but the Dr. himself. His remedies cure disease when all other remedies fail: cures without dieting or restriction in the habits of the patient; cures with out the disgusting and sickening effects of most other remedies; cures new cases iu 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 locally, can be caused by using them. YOUNG MEN. who* are troubled with seminal weakness, generally caused bv bad habits in youth, the effects of which are pain and dizziness in the head, forgetftilness. sometimes a ringing in the ears, weak eyes, etc., terminating in consumption or in sanity if neglected, are speedily and permanently All correspondence* strictlv confidential and will e returned If desired. Address l)R. .1. B. HUGHES, No. 6 Temple Street, (corner of Middle), Portland. |?y*Send stamp for Circular. jull—dAwtfS Quackery! I EARNESTLY caution all young men suffering from Nervous Debility, 4c., against endangering their health by patronizing any of the advertising quacks. You can fully recover by the methods used by the Advertiser, and bv hundreds of others, aid IX xo other WAY. Read a letter which 1 will send you if you will send nu a postpaid envelope bearing your address. Direct to EDWARD H. TRAVER, oclGdAwSm Lock Box, Boston. Maas. Eclectic Wedical Infirmary. j TO THE LADIES. DR HUGHES particularly invites all Ladles who need a medical adviser, to call at his rooms. No. ; 5 Temple Street, which they will fiud arranged for their especial accommodation. Dr. If.'s Eclectic Renovating Medicines are unrival j led iu efficacy and superior virtue in regulating all | Female Irregularities. Their action is specific and certain of producing relief iu a short time. LADIEn will dtiuit invaluable in all cases of ob l struction* after all other remedies have been tried in vain. It is purely vegetable, containing nothing in ■ the least injurious to tire health, and mav be t&en ' with perfect safety at all times. Sent to anv part of the country with fall directions, by addressing t)K. HUGHES. No. 6 Temple Street, corner of Middle, Portland. N. B.—LADIES desiring may consult one of their own sex. A lady of experience in constant attend ince-__juIldawtfS POOR RICHARD'S EYE 8r EAR WATER ! i 4JO Organs of the human system are more Impor : taut to health and comfort than the Eyk and I Ear, and yet none are less understood or more neg lected. They seem to pa«* even common observation, ‘ *iid yet every part of the body is dependent upon I them for life and health. Poor Richard's Eye and Ear Water Is a new and rare discovery, which is most wonder ful in its operations, putting to blush the old systems of treatment, which have quite as often doue harm as good. Below we give the certificate of Rev. P. S. Hexsox, Pastor of the Broad Street Baptist Church, Philadelphia. If any one has doubts as to the value i of this remedy, they may learn more of its practical I value by addressing a uote of inquiry to Mr. H. Philadelphia. Oct. 17,19e2. From injuries received in mv rieht eve when w boy, a chronic in flam mat ion had been produced, in | consequence of which I suffered constant martyr 1 dom. Every' moment of my waking life was embit tered, and I was frequently unable to sleep at night. A variety of remedies had been resorted to with out success, and I entertained the purpose, as a last ' resort, of haviug the ball taken out of its socket, in the hope of thus tiudiug relief. In the meantime, most providentially, I noticed one day in a shop window a bottle of POOR RICH ARD'S EYE WATER. 1 had never heard ol it be fore, but determined to try it, and did. with the most delightful results. In a very few days the pain Ail irritation was removed; I could bear the strongest light, and went forth to the enjoyment of a new lift. ; I now keep a bottle of it always in the house, aud if ! my eye seems at all disposed to aunoy me, I give it a i dose, and that isan end of it. I would not be with : out it for any amount of money. I take occasion to ! say, Airther, that my wife used to suffer severely at j times from protracted paiu in and over her eye-, and ! she has found l'oou Richard's Eye Water a sov j ereign specific iu her case, giving her a'most instant j relief, i*rateful to Cod for the benefit that I have personally received. I cannot but commend the prep aration to all who have been sufferers like myself. P. S. HENSON, Pastor of Broad Street Baptist Church. Residence 1430 Poplar St., Philadelphia. jy Numerous ccrt.ticates of a similar character might be Airuished. Poor Richard’* Eye and Ear Water Is truly a Sovereign Remedy for Inflamed and Dis eased Eyes, Dim Vision and Weak Eyes, Dcafuess, Noise iu the Head. Catarrh. Rheumatism and Neu ralgia, with all kindred diseases. It i* passed into the ear by a small glass tube, which, together with the Water, may be obtained at the principal Drug j Stores in this city. Price 25 cents keh Bottle, i Tubes 6 Cents. U. H. HAY aud W. F. PHILLIPS, Wholesale Agents. MRS. M.G. GROWN, Proprietor, novl3 d6ia No. 410 Arch St., Philadelphia. Notice, THE Estate of Patrick ( allan. late of Portland, deceased, having been represented insolvent,the Judge of liobate has appointed the undersigned Commissioners to receive and examine all claims and demands against said estate. And all persons are hereby notified that the meetings of the Commis sioners for the above purposes will Ik? held at the office of Frederick Fox, 64 Middle street, Portland, on the last Saturday of each of the follow ing months, v i /: November, Decernb< r, 1888, January, rnfu—ijr. March and April, 1863— from 2 to 5 o’clock I*. M., ou each of those dav s. IKVlN't.'Sv! ?A l!KKlT.01f'! Commissioner,. Portland, Nov. 8, 1862. nov8 I. D. MEKKILL A COM PLUMBERS, No. 27 Union Street, Portland, Me. Water Closets, Urinals. Force and Suction Pumps, Bath Boilers, Wash Botcls, Silver Plated ft Brass ♦ Cocks, of all kinds constantly on hand. ry All kinds of fixture* for hot aud cold water 1 set up in the best manner. All orders in city or country personally attended to , I. I>. MERRILL. JOHN BOND. 8. D. MERRILL, augidly ^f——— PRIN TING. II K M OVA L! THE BOOK J8» PRINTING E stablish.rn.ent FOSTER Sr CUSHING, Hm been removed from the offlee orer Caeco Bank, to the offlee of the DAILY PRESS, CORXEK or MIDDLE AND EXCHANGE STS. rox BLOCK. Directly orcr the Magnetic Telegraph Offlee. Fourth Story, where all rarietiee of Plain and Panr.v .Tnti WnwV u-- • 0 Will be promptly attended to on the moat libera terma. ENTRANCE - - 82) EXCHANGE STREET, Orders lsft at the counting-room of the Daily Preee and Maine State Preee, head of flnt light of stairs, will be promptly attended to. tT~ The ofloe ie sopplied with n FAST PRESSES AND 8TEAM POWER And its capacity aad facilities for doing work in good •*yl* equal to any in the City or Steto. IV. A. FOSTER * CO. July IT. ISO. dtf TMB PORTLAMD DAILY PRS8S STEAM POWER Book and Job Printing Office, No. 831 EXCHANGE STREET, Fox Block, • • Second Floor, PORTLAND, MAINE. The Proprietors of the Poirun Dior Paw respectfully Invite attention to their fodlitles for exe cuting, in beautiful style, every imniljiiina of BOOA AND JOB PBINTINQ Their Establish meat Is forafched with aU the proved modern machinery, aad their assortment ef Book and Fancy Types, la adequate to de any work demanded la tide State Buaiaeaa Carda of Every Variety Style and Coat PRINTED AT SHORTEST NOTICE. bill-heads ruled and cut in THE NEATEST MANNER. Billets A Circulars in Every Variety of Type, BAM CBICU, SOTB, AM MILS Of LAMM. TAG8 PIERCED WITH HOLES ft GLUTEN ED WHEN DE. .RED. Policies Printed and Bound for Insurance Companies. Deeds, Law Briefs, Equity Cases, And other LAW DOCUMENTS executed with Dispatch. Bronze, Colored, and all other kinds of Printing, Executed in taste to suit the most fastidious. WEDDING AND ADDRESS CA1DS Our Sty lee are unsurpaaaed. SHOP BILLS, PROGRAMMES, ASD ALL SORTS OF HAND BILLS. Portland. June 2*. lSiU. daw PLEASURE PARTIES. EXCURSIONISTS violtln* the Ialandt,supplied with *t..ro« at the shortest aotice. Order* Millci'ed ISO Fere Barrel arar feet *f Exchaw«r. CALDERWOOD ft BECKETT. Portland.- •sett. dtf Photographic Frames. nol'AKF. or ova)—even kind called fbr. The*e O being manufactured br oor*e)ve*. except three neceMarily Imported, we can compete with ant mar ket for !ow price*. At whole.*Ip or retail, at 2n, Mar ket Square. MORRISON ft CO S.