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PRINTING.
THE PORTLAND DAILY PRESS
STEAM POWER
Book and Job Printing Office,
No. 821 EXCHANGE STREET,
Fox Block, • - Second Kloor,
PORTLAND, MAINE.
The Proprietors of the Portland Daily Peers
respectftillv invite attention to their facilities for exe
cuting, in beautiful style, every description of
BOOJ AND JOB PRINTING
Their Establishment is tarnished with all the af>.
proved modern machinery, and their assortment of
Book and Fancy Types,
la adaqnate to do any srork demanded in this State
Business Cards of Every Variety
Style and Cost.
PRINTED AT SHORTEST NOTICE.
BILL-HEADS RULED AND CUT IN
THE NEATEST MANNER.
Billets A Oiroulara in Every Variety of Type
BANK-CHECKS, NOTES. AND BILLS OF LASING.
r
TAGS PIERCED WITH HOLES & GLUTEN ED
WHEN DESIRED.
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 euit the moet feetidioue.
WEDDING AND ADDRESS CARDS
Our Style* are unsurpassed.
SHOP BILLS, PROGRAMMES,
AND
ALL SORTS OF HAND BILLS.
Portland, June 26,1662. dew
LOAN TO THE TOWN OF
Cape Elizabeth.
PROPOSALS will be received through Portland
P. O., Box 376. until Saturday, Dec. loth, for the '
purchase of Bonds issued by the town of Cape Eliz- j
aheth, to the amount of
Two Thousand Dollars,
on eight year, time, at the rate of interest of five per i
cent, per anuum. The Bonds, with semi-annual
coupons, are made navable at Portland.
. JOSEPH 8. PICKETT, Treasurer.
Cape Elizabeth, Dee. 10,1862. decll tdecvO
Vermont Butter.
Q K TUBS Prime, for aaie by
+*** J. F. WERR8 t CO.
Book, Card & Fancy Printing,
NEATLY EXECUTED
AT THE OFFICE OF THE PRESS.
t 1‘hotoipraphic Frames.
CJQUAKE or oval—every kind railed for. Theee
kJ beiug manufactured by ourselves, except those
necessarily imported, we can compete with any mar
ket for low prices. At wholesale or retail, at 26. Mar
ket Square, MOKHlsoN A CO'8.
FAIRBANKS'
Standard.
SCALES. j
These celebrated Scales are still made by the orig
inal inventors, (and only by them.) and are con
stantly receiving ail the improvements which their
long experience and skill can suggest.
They are correct in principle, thoroughtg made, !
of the best materialg, and are perfectly accurate and
durable in operation.
For sale, in every variety, as
Hay* Coal and Railroad Scales!
BUTCHERS*. GROCERS*. DRUGGISTS', CON
FECTIONEUS’ and GOLD
SCALES!
Beams, W eights, &c.,&c.
With a complete variety of
WEIGHING APPARATUS.
— BY —
FAIRBANKS & BROWN,
U8 Milk Stbket corner of Battery-march Street, i
I3oston.
Sold in Portland by EMERY A WATERHOUSE.
OC25
^P®f‘ 8ubw:"b®r hereby gives public notice to all !
n V d' b*'e,‘<*“>'' appointed and
Ukamupouliersell the tru.t of Administratrix ofthe
WILLIAM F. TWITCHELL
,'°r,!I"d'"V County Of Cumberland, de- i
ceased, by giving bond as the law directs • she there.
fore requests all persons who are indebted to the said
deeeased s estate, to make immediate puvment - and
those who have any demauds thereon, to exhibit the
same for settlement to “ 1 Iue
„ . . MARGARET J. TWITCHELL
Portland, Dec. 2,1862. *6 w-8w
J. D. CHENEY,
melodeon
Harmonium Manufacturer,
1861 MIDI' LE STREET.
TV B;~'® C. has received more first premiums
UU State bM* i,1,trumcuUl ,b»» »»y other maker iu
alf^teWto8 ““ TUni”K rr°mp,l^d p®"°«>
MISCELLANEOUS.
RETURN
-OF THK
Manufacturers’ Insurance Co.,
OF BOSTON,
ON THE FIRST DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1862.
1. State the name of the Company. Manu
facturers' Insurance Company.
2. Whore heated? Boston.
3. When incorporated* February 23,1822.
4. Amount of Capital? #400,000
5. Amount of Capital actually paid in? 400,000
6. Number of shares, and par value of
each? 4000—#100.
7. Amount of fire risks outstanding* 8,612,764
8. Amount of marine risks outstanding* 7,887,491
9. Total amount of outstanding risks* 16,600,266
10. Amount of United State* stock or trea
sury notes owned by the Company?
State amount of eacli kind, and par val
ue and market value of each. 20,000
United States 7 3-10 Bonds, p. v. per
share #100—m. v. #104, 20,000
11. Amount of State stocks? State amount
of each kind.and par value and market
value of each.
12. Amount ot bank Mtocks? State amount
of each kind, and par value and mar
ket value of each.
p. v. m.v. cost on bks.
1276 shrs City Bank.Boston, 100 102 118,356 74
550 sh« Shoes Leather Deal
ers Bank. Bo-ton, 100 117 64,006 32
60o shs Shawmut Bank,Bos
ton, 100 92 44,108 00
10 shs North Bank, Boston, 100 90 186 49
43 shs Traders Bank, •* 100 95 3.389 25
250“ State Bank. “ 60 65 14,668 37
140“ Granite Bank, “ loo 102 13 965 00
168“ Eagle Bank. “ 100 108 16,432 22
160 “ Rail Road Bank,Low
ell. 76 80 11,002 00
100 shs Bay State Bank,
Lawrence, 75 75 7,500 00
20 shs Market Bank, Boston, 70 72
60 “ New England Bank,
Boston, 100 103 5.962 76
#284,576 14
13. Amount of railroad stocks* State am’t
of each kind, and par value and mar
ket value ot each. None,
14. Amount of railroad hoods? State am’t
of each kind, and par value and mar
ket value of each. #102,000 Bonds
Cheshire Rail Road, par value 100,mar
ket value 102, 87.783 67
15. Ca»h value of real estate owned by the
Company, * 38,283 03
16. Amount of cash ou hand, including ad
vances on losses not adjusted ? 72,013 63
17. Am’t of cash in hands ot agents* None.
18. Amount loaned on mortgage of re#i es
tate? 172,000 00
.aiuuum loaueu on ronau-rai: n.uMu
20. Amount loaned without collateral? 63,766 31
21. Amount of all other investments? 12,000 00
22. Amount of premium notes on risks* ter
• minated? 6,237 189
23. Amouut of borrowed money .specifying
collaterals given for the same? None.
24. Amount oflosses due and unpaid ? None.
26. Amount of losses claimed |
and unpaid? _.
26. Amount oflosses reported l®°n*jdered
upon which the liability f °*\C m
ot the Company is not de- 1 Qn®*«u11*
termined? ) 68,900 00
27. Amount of all other claims against the
Company? None.
28. Amount of cash received for premiums
on tire risks? 68,729 69
29. Amount of cash received for premiums
on marine risks? 22,678 66
30. Amoirtit of notes received for premiums
on fire risks? None.
31. Amount of notes received for premiums
on marine risks? 229,237 82
32* Amount of ca*h received for interest? 61,110 94
33. Amouut of income received from all
other sources? 2.936 08
34. Amount of file losses paid last year? 86.873 66
36. Amount of marine losses paid last year? 44.273 75
36. Amount of dividend- paid the last year? 12-*.000 00
37. Amouut paid for expenses of office? 14,274 24
38. A mount of other expenditures? 10,20000
39. Amount received in cash lor lire risks
not terminated? 70,710 42
40. Amount required to re-insure all out
standing risks? From 75perceut. to95
per cent, of premiums.
41. Amount of premium notes on risks not
terminated? 166,367 18
42. Amount of delinquent notes not charg
ed to profit and loss? 26 00
43. Highest rate of interest received? Six
tier cent.
44. Highest rate of interest paid on money
borrowed? Nothing.
46. How niauy shares of the capital stock
are pledged to the Company ? None.
46. Balance to credit of profit and loss ac
count? 282,248 34
47. Balance to debit of profit and loss ac
count? Nothing
48. How many shares of the capital stock
are owtie ' by the Company, or not sub
scribed for? * None.
49. What amount of the capital consists of
the stockholders' notes f N thing.
8AM'L GOULD, President.
Jab. J. Goodrich, Secretary.
Commonwealth of MaBBachnaettB.
Suffolk bb_. Deccmfer 10.1862.
Personally appeared Samuel Gould. Resident, and
Jas J. Goodrich, Secretary- of the above Compauv,
and severally made oath that the above statement,
by them subscribed, is. in their belief, true.
Before me, William T. Andrews,
Justice of the Peace.
NATH’L F. DEERING, Agent,
No. 3 Exchange Street - - - • Portland.
dccl2 d3w
DR. C. H. OSGOOD,
SURGEON f MECHANICAL
!U. 8 CUpp’i Block. Coepett Street,
OIT. OLD CITY HALI., - - . POKTLAXD, MK.
Artificial Teeth iuswted on Gold, Silver and Vul
canite base.
Sndftvoc
I. D. MERRILL Ac CO.,
PLUMBERS,
No. 27 Union Street, Portland, Me.
Water Closets, Urinals, Force and Suction Pumps,
Bath Boilers, Wash Bowls, Silver Ploted If Brass
Cocks, qf all kinds constantly on hand.
W AU kinds of fixtures for hot and cold water
•et up in the best manner.
All orders in city or country personally attended to '
I. D. MERRILL. JOHN BOND. B. D. MERRILL.
aug4dly
WAR CLAIM AGENCY. !
9100 Bounty Money, Back Pay,
And Pensions.
THE undersigned is prepared to obtain from the
United Slates Government, #100Bounty Mouey,
Back Bay. kc. for heirs of Officers or Soldiers dying
in the U. S. service.
Invalid Pensions,
Established for Officers and Soldiers, wounded or
disabled by sickness contracted while in the service
of the United States, in tbe line of duty.
Pensions
Procured for widows or children of Officers and Soi
led” tatei '*ve diod w,lile in Ul® service of tbe Uu>
,J'rl.zt'r Money, Pensions, Bounty and Back Pay cc.
lected for Seamen and their heirs. 3
c*£h •‘ension obtained. Five Dollars.
All C launs against the Government will reca
prompt attention.
Post Office address
SETH E. REED?
Augusta, Me.
(Office No. 9 State House.)
REKKRENCKB:
Hon. Lot M. Morrill, Hon. Jbseph B. Hall,
„ , U. 8. Senate, Sec’v of State,
Hon James G. Blaiue, Hon. Nathan Dane,
sep20dfcwl4tf State Treasurer.
Notice.
fllHK Estate of Patrick Callan. Jate of Portland,
J- deceased, having been represented insolvent,the
Judge of Probate has appointed the undersigned
Commissioners to receive and examine all claims and 1
demands against said estate. And all persons are
hereby notified that the meetings of the Commis
sioners for the above purposes will be held at the ■
office of Frederick Fox, 64 Middle street, Portland
on the last Saturday of each of the following months,
vi/: November. December, 1862, Januarv, February,
March and April, 1863—ftorn 2 to 6 o’clock P. M. on
each of those da vs.
GEORGE E. B. JACKSON, 1 „
IRVING W. PARKER, j t ommissicaers.
Portland, Nov. 8,1862. nov8
Horticultural Ifflectiug.
XTOTICE is hereby given that the annual meeting
PO,{TLAXr> HORTICULTURAL SO
r//. / > stands adjourned to 7* o’clock of Monday
Evening, December 22d inst., w hen officers for the
ensuing year will be chosen, and such other busmens
transacted as may be legally brought before it.
.. _ , S. B. BECKETT, Secretary.
Portland, December 13,1862. id
INTEND
PATTERNS !
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Boys.
f». 1*. RAIL Y, 42 Exchange St.
nov20 eodtf
>jtt Coats, Pants, Vests, Jackets,
JH. Ladies’ Biding Habits, Ac.,
Cut, made and trimmed by
A. D. BEEVES, - - Tailor,
98 EXCHANGE STREET,
Portlind, August 8,1862. dly
THE MARKETS.
Portland Wholesale Prices Current.
Expressly corrected for the Press to December 17.
An additional duty 4
10 pc is levied on all mer
chandise not imported di
rect from the place qf pro
duction or growth.
Ashes*
Duty: 10 pc ad vaf.
Pearl p tb.74® 8j
Pot.7$@ 8$
Apples*
(Jreeu p bbl.$1$@ 1;
Sliced p lb.4$@6$i
Cored P tb. 4$@o
U11 cored p lb.2$@ 8j
Bread*
Duty : 30 pc.
Pilot p 100 tbs. 854 @ 5]
Ship.44 @ 4]
Crackers per bbl.. .3@$ 3]
Crackers, p 100 . .36 @40c
Batter*
Duty : 4c p lb.
Family p lb...., ..21 @23c
Store.14 @16
Beans*
Marrow p bush82 25@25C
Pea.2 26@2 6<j
Blue Pod.2 12@2 37
Candles*
Duty : Sperm and Wax8c,
Stearine 5c, Tallow 2$c
p lb.
Mould p lb.13$c@14
Sperm.32 @35
Cheese*
Duty : 4c p tb.
Vermont p lb.... 11 @12
Country.#$@10$
Coal—(Retail.)
Duty : From Hr. Provinc
es free, other foreign Hi
tumcnous 81 10, all oth
er kinds tiOc P ton.
Cumberl'd p ton. 810@
Whiteash.9 @
Lehigh.9 @
Franklin. 9 @
Co lee*
Duty : 5c p lb.
Java p lb.33 @34c
St. Domingo.30 @31
ltio .32 @ 33
Mocha.34 @ 35
Cordage.
Duty: Tarred 2\c, Manil
la 24. all other 84 P lb.
American p lb. 13 @14$
Russia Hemp.16$ @17
Manilla.13 @184
Boltrope, Russia . 16j@17j
do. Mauilla.14 @15
Cement*
p bbl.81 30@135
Drugs and Dyes*
Duty p tty—Oil Pinna
1 rum 82. Oil Almonds and
ntt,, nf linxr 81 50. Oil
Bergamot, Cassia and
('tores 91, Hgdriodate
potash ~bc,C'antharides.
Mastic, Ipecac, Bhubarb,
Cardamons, Oil Lemon,
Anise anti Orange, Io
dine 50c, Tofu and ('rude
Camphor Si)c, Betined do.
4nc, Tartaric Acid 20c,
Cream Tartar, (Htric
Arid, Shellac, < 'opal, Da
mar and (lums used for
like purposes li»c, Al<*s.
Verdigris, t'hhrrate of
Potash, ('arb. Magnesia
tic, lloraeic Acid, Yelloir
Prussiate Potash and
Bed do. 10c. Ligunrice,
Ora/ic Acid and Sugar
of Lead 4c. Asphaltum
and Bi-Chro. Potash 3c.
Sago l$c, Epsom Salts,
Lignortce Boot, Bi-( arb.
Soda, Caustic Soda lc;
Castor Oil 60c 4> gal..
Morphine 92 |> oz.. Al
um 6t)c 4* Ctrl., ( upper as
60c Ctrl., Muriatic Ac
id 10 4>e ad rat., Spmg
es, Assafwtida, Isin
glass. Elor Sulphur.Sen
na, Arrowr<*d, dinseng
20 4>c. Bleaching Pow
ders 30c V cwt., Sago
6oc T ctrt., Sal Soda and
Soda Ash jc 4> tb, ( rude
Brimstone 93 and Boll
do. 96 4> ton, Alcohol 40c
♦» gal.
Alum 4* lb.4 @ 6c
Aloes.30 (tt 37
Arrow Root.17 «g40
Borax.28 (@30
Brimstone (roll)...41 a. 6
Ui-Carb. Soda.6} @61
Sulphur.6 :@ C]
Sa) Soda.3j g, 4
Camphor.140g 1 50
Cream Tartar.... 35 g.55
Logwood ex.12] a 14
Magnesia.28\a3*’>
Indigo, Mia, fine. 9D@ 2
Madder.17o@18
< >|>iiwn.99 @94
Rhubarb.2 (*>@225
Alcohol..*7 @96
Fluid.1 10 @1 26
Camphene. 2 90 <@
Saltpetre.11 «23
Vitriol.12 ®
|)h m ouiU,
Duty : Free.
Bar wood.2j@
Brazil Wood.13 @
Camwood .4J(@ 4}
Fustic, Cuba.2* a, 2i
" Savauvilla.11® 2
liypernic.4j(@ 6
Logwood,
Cam|K‘achy.2 @21
St. Domingo.ljia. 2
Extract Logwood. 12]@14
Nic Wood. (@
Teach “ .3?(@ 4]
K‘‘d “ .3] a 3]
Sapan “ .2 @
Quercitron Bark.. .2]® 2J
Red Sanders.3 ® 6
Duty : 30 ad rat.
Raveus.45c S>
Tortlaud, No. 3. .90 ®
44 No. 10.56®
Navy, S'r, No. 3. 89
44 44 No. 10. 66
Tent Duck,
U.S. 10 oz.66 ®
LA OZ.WJ
Feathers*
Duty 30 pc <ul rat.
Live Geese P tb. .60 @66
Russia.26 a
Fish.
Duty : For 100 lbs foreign
caught — Herring *1.
Mackerel #2, Salmon £3;
and all other pickled in
bids. £1 50 P obi., other
wise 50c p cwt. From
Provinces free.
Cod large p qut..f4@ 4J
" small.3@ 3;
Pollock.2j a 2?
Haddock, .1 ;o 1*
Hake.1 55 a* 1 7b
Herring,Shorepbl .4 (a) 4}
do. Labrador . none,
do. Scaled pbx 83@40c
do. No. 1.25.0.30
Mackerel p bbl.,
Bay No. 1.flOPgll
Bav No. 2.7J@ 8
Bay No. 3.6}(a 0
Shore No. 1 . ...10j@ 11
“ “ 2.7j a- 7’
do. (medium).. A-a 4J
do. (small).3,a 3)
Frail.
Duty : Lemons, Oranges,
Bananas and Plantains
20 pc ad ral., Almonds
4c. and She/Ud do. 6c p
tb. Xuts and Dates 2c
P tb, Currants, Figs,
Plums, Prunes amt /ini
sins 6c p lb, CStron 30
pc ad ral.
Almonds—Jordan p lb.
Soft Shell.20 (a^ic
Shelled.26 @3>
Currants.15 @ 16
Citron.42 (a.45
Pea Nuts.$2j a2}
Pigs, common_none.
New Klemc.18c@ 22
lemons, p box..$2}@ 3
Oranges—Havana.. . 2 60
Raisins,
Blue p cask.15|@16
Black.£8 @10
Bunch p box. .400@4 15
* Laver..412@4 25
Dates.7 ia 9o
Prunes.8i@10Ji
Fleur—Portland insp.1
Superfine.86@ 6]
Fancy.6]@ 6}
Extra.6|@ 7
Family.7 @ 7|
Extra Superior_7fa 81
Western extras. .Gf@ 7i
“ family-71@ 81
“ superior. 7J@ 8J
Ohio extra.7 @ 7}
u family.8 @ 8j:
Canada super No.l. none.
StLouisFav Brands.R @ 9!
Southern 111. do do.7i@fti
Petapsco Family. .10@I0]
Rya Flour... ,4f d: 44
Corn Meal.4 j a. 41
Buckw’t Fl'r p tb 2c@ 2j
Grain.
Duty : (’orn and Oats 10c,1
Bye and Barley 15c. and
Wheat 2C»c p bn. From
Br. Provinces free.
Rye.95@1 00,
Oats.50 @66
South Yel. Corn. .84 @86 1
Corn, Mixed.82 @86
Barley.80 @85
Shorts p ton... £22 @23
Fine Feed.25 @27
Griadstones.
Duty : Bough—free.
Rough, p ton... .£17@20 '
Dressed.30@35
(■nnpowder.
Duty . Valued at less than
20c p tb 6c, over 20c 6c.
p tb and 20 pc ad ral. ;
Blasting.S4A@ 5
Rifle and Sporting 5$@ 7i
Hay.
Press’d p net T.£18j@16
Loose.16 'fL 1 * > ■
llidri* and Skins.
Duty : 1ft pc ad ral.
Slaughter Hides.. 6A@7ic
Calf Skins.11 n. 18
Calcutta Cow—
Slaughtered.. .1 8ftrtf200
Green Salt.1 60(g 175
Dry.120@1 30
Sheep Pelts, Gr’n.95@S1J
Sheep Pelts, Dry\76@l 00
Hop**.
/>uty 6c lb.
First Sort, 1862.. .14 @16
I ron.
Vuty: I'iy ami Stamp $6,
liar not exceeding $60 4>
ton value $17 4* ton, ex
ceeding $60 4* ton $18,
less than $ 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 60, lioiler
and Plate $26 4* ton,
Sheet 2a2jc 4* ft> and
$8a5 4> ton.
Common.34@ 33
“ Refined . .4 a. 4j
Swede.C @ 64
Norway.64@ 7
Cast Steel.22 @24
(ierman Steel_14 @16
Euglish|Blis.Steel. 16 @17
Spring.9 @ 10
Sheet Iron, Engl 5i@ 6J
Sheet Iron,Russia. 17 @18
do Rus im’t. .13 @14
hard.
Barrel, $ fb.10$ @11
Kegs, 4> lb.lOjftHic
heather.
Duty : 30 4>c ad vaf.
New York, light. .28 @30c
do. md. wta.. .30 @31
do. heavy.30 @31
do. slaughter. 32 @34
Anier. Calfskins. 75 @86
SI'ter Wax Leath.19 @ 20’
Lead.
Duty Pig lie p lb.
Am. Pig \f 100tb.$9
Foreign Pig.9
Sheet and Pipe.. 10
Lime.
Duty: 10 4>c ad val.
Rockland, cask.. 68 @75c
Lumber—From vard.
Clear Pine, No. l.$38*@
do. No. 2. 34 @
do. No. 3.. 24 @
do. No. 4 .14 a
Shipping Lumber.16 a 17
Spruce.10 @11
Hemlock.8 @10
Box Sli’ks, (cash) 60 @*>5c
Clapb'ds, S ext .$14 a 16
do. P “ . 30 @32
Shingles, Ccd. ext.24@ 3
do. •• No.l 2 @ 23
do. ext. Pine.3j@ 33
I o«l.u U._ J
do. Pine.1 25a 1 80
Ked Oak Staves . .30 (a 35
Mol. 11 hd. Shooks w
k Heads,city. 275ft287
Sugar do. city.. 2 76ft2 87
do. do. c’try.l26ftl60
Country KiffMol.
lihd. Shooks.. 160a 175
Slaak.160 a 160
Hoons.£30 ft 32
Hack no tack Tim
ber, p tun.10ftl6
>1 olmttet,
Duty 6c t> gal.
Cienftigos.
Trinidad.38 @ 40
Cuba clayed.33 a85
do. do. tart 28a3n
do. Muscovado. 35 ft36
New Orleans.
Portland Syrup, hhds.26
do. bbls. 28
\nils*
Duty: Cixtlc, Wrought2c,
Assorted 8c p lb.
.460ft4 76
Naval Stores.
Dufy Turpentine, Kotin,
Pitch, Tar 20 pc ad vat.,
S. Turpentine 16c pgal.
Tar(foreign)p bbl.£ 13ft 16
Pitch (Coal Tar).. £4^a
Kosin.18 (a20
Turpentine pgal 280ft2 85
Oakum.
Duty ■ Free.
American.8?ft 91
Oil.
Duty : Sperm, Whale and
other Fish Oils of for
eign fisheries 20 pc ad
ral.. Linseed. Hsmpseed
and Hope seed 23c p gal.,
Olire 23c, Saltul 60c,
/‘aim, Seal and Cocoa
nut 10c gal.
Portland Kerosene
Illuminat'g Oil 80 (®85c
Machine.80 ft 82
Clariue.
Sperm Winter.. 1 98ft200
Whale, ref. Wint 98 ftpiO
do. Crude.90 ft92
Grand Rank and
Ray Chaleur. £2<3 (a29
Shore.24 (a26
Linseed.£1 32 a 135
Roiled.1 3»Val40
Lard Oil.1 05d l 10
Olive Oil.175:d]80
Castor t>il.20fVd210
Neats foot Oil_106ftll2
Ouiona —
P bbl.£31ft 3]
P bush.1 2tXfti 26
Fa ini
Duty On White Leat! dry
or ground in oil and Ked
Lead £2 40 p 100 lbs.
Litharge 2ic, Oxide of
Zinc 2|c P lb, Prussian
lHue, l emiilion. Chrome
Yellow, Venetian Ked 25,
Spanish Hr own dry 20,
in oil 80 pc a*t ral.. Yel
low and other OtJtres 60c
p 100 lbs, Paris White
dry 00c, in oil £160,
Whiting 50c p 100 lbs.
P'tl'd Lead, in oil.£10ft
Lewis Lead, "..lOfalOj
Roston Lead, ** . 9Jft
Krencb Zinc, “ ..lUftlOJ
Amor. Zinc, “ . .8(a8J
Rochelle Yellow.. .3 ft 8}
Bug. Veu. Ked_3ft 3]
Litharge.10ft
Red Lead.10ft
Flatter.
Duty : Free.
1 ' ■ own.* IWtC 1 to
Hard.166al 62
Li round.600@660
FroviaioiB.
Ihity : lleef and Pork lc,
Lard, Baron and Hams
2r. Butter and Cheese 4c
V lb.
'h’go Moss Beef* 12 ®14
Portland do. .12} a 13
P'tl'd ext. do. 14 a 14}
I’ork, extra clear 16}7a 17
Pork, clear.15l@16
Pork, meat*. 18ldl4
Pork, extra do .. 13] d 14}
Pork. Prime. 11 dill
Hound Hogs.6} dftj
Hams.10ft lie
L'itv Smok’d Hams.none.
Froducr.
Beef *4 qu'r |> lb 5 @ 7}
Kggs, |4 do* . . 18 a 19
I’otatoes, %>bbl.81 42o'l *12
[ bickeua, Spring.h a 10
La nib.6 ® 8
1 urkies. 9 dl2
•ieese.9 @19
^ cal.. .none.
Pick Ira, 44 bbl... ,*7}@ 8}
Rice.
Duty: Cleaned l}c, Pad
dy \c 4> lb.
Bice |> lb.6}@ 74
R Bl IBB.
Portland distilled 68 @65c
Saleratua.
Saleratus 4) lb.6}@ 7c
Salt.
Duty In hulk 18c. and in
bagh 24c V loo lbs.
furk’s Is., blid.
(8 bus.).£2 80®3 26
Liverpool.2 50(a3 00
: adiz.nono
Sacks Salt. none.
Lir'd Butter Salt. .22 (w
Starch.
Ihtty : 20 14c ad val.
Pearl.6j® 7}
Potato.4 d 4l
Shot-*>1001bs $9?@10
Drop.Sioi a
Buck. ll*d
Soap.
Ihity: 36 f*c ad val.
Leathc k <iore’s, Trow
bridge fc Smith’s Ex
tra No. 1|4 ft>... .9\a 9}
Family do.81® 8}
£°- 1.7? (d 8
Kagle No. 1.6jd 6}
*tar.64®. 5!
[ astile.12}® 16
Crane's.9 @9}
Spire*.
Duty: dinger Boot be,
dround dinger 8c, Pep
per and Pimento 12c,
Cloves 15c, Cassia 10c,
Cassia Buds 20c, t 'inna
m<m 25c, Mace and Nut
megs 30c !> lb.
assia |4 lb.46 ®47c
['love*.33 ®36
[Ginger, (Hace)... .30 ®31
Ginger, (Africa) 30 ®31
Mace.80 :«90
Kut meg*.90 a 92
Pepper. 26 ®26
l*imento.22 @24
Seed*.
Duty: Linseed 16c |> hu ,
Canary SI $4 hu., Mus
tard 3c |> lb.
Herds (Grass,.£2} @2?
Western Clover}. 10c® 11
B*‘d Top.S3 @ 3j
Linseed.3d
[ anary.3}® 4
Sugar.
Duty: Melado2c,not\nbore
Xo. 12 2}c, al>ove Xo. 12
and not above lb 3c .above
Xo. 16 and not above 20
8}c. altove Xo. 20 and re
fined 4c l> tb.
Portland A.9}®
do. A A.9} ft
do. Yellow... 79}
Extra Yellow.none.
Muscovado.log a 11
do. in bond.8? a9
Havana Brown. .. 10’ „ 12
do. White 12?«13}
New Orleans.Hi® 13}
(rushed.13t®i4j
(Granulated.131® 14}
Powdered.13?@14 J
Tallow.
Duty Tallow 1 |>c, Soap
Stock 10 ad vat.
American refined .81@ 9c
Hough.6A@ 6
Tea it*
Duty : 20c l> lb.
Hyson.75c@§l
Young llysou....75 @ 1
Oolong .07 @80
Souchong.60 @55
Tobacco*
Du f y: Leave* un man iifric
ttired 25, all other kind*
35 fc ad val.
G's&lO’s best br*ds.70 @75c
do. medium. .65 @08
do. common. 60 @63
half lbs best br’ds.78 (@80
do. med. good. 65 @70
do. common. . .60 @62
Natural Leaf, tbs.91 @ lj
Fancy, in Foil.li@> 2
Tin.
Duty: Pig 15c, Plates 2u
4>e atl val.
Ilanea, cash.43c@ 4*1
Straits, cash.40 @42
lMates-Char. I .C. 912i@ 13
do. “ I.X .15 @16
Coke.112@ia
Wood.
Hard, retail.97@ 7J
Soft, “ .4J@ 6
Twine.
Duty : 35 Pe ad val.
Cotton Sail.83 @85e ;
Flax “ .40 @
“ Haloing.45 q,50
Hemp “ -42 qj 50
India. 2U@ 25
VnrniMh.
Furniture.92 @ 3
Coach.3J@ 6
Dainar.3j n. 4
XV ool.
Duty- Costing 18c P lb
and under 5 Pc, over 18c
to 24c p lb 3c, over 24c
9c p lb.
Fleece.45 @55c
Lambs.45 icr53
Zinc.
Duty: In blocks or pigs
lie, in sheets 2c p ib,
manufactures of 30 pc
ad val.
Pigs and slabs.6i@ 64
Sheet .Vosslmann. llpalS
Sheathing.90 (gf
Exchange.
London—60 a. 1 44 @147
Paris.f3 82i@3 90
STEAMBOATS.
Portland and Sew York Steamers.
SEMI-WEEKLY LINE.
The .plendid and fast Steam.hip
“CHESAPEAKE,” Capt. Willett, i
and "PARKERSBURG,” Captain 1
Hoffman, will, until further 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 with tine accommodations
for passengers, making this the most speedy, safe and
comfortable route for traveller^Aetween New Y'ork
and Maine. Passage 85,00, incltWling Fare and State
Rooms.
Goods forwarded by this line to and from Montreal,
S'uebcc, Bangor, Bath, Augusta, Eastport and St.
ohn.
Shippers are requested to send their freight to the
steamers as early as 3 P. M., on the day that thep
leave Portland.
For freight or passage apply to
KMWlV & FOX, Brown’s Wharf, Portland.
H. B CROMWELL & CO., No. 86 West Street,
New Y’ork.
Dec. 6,18 2. dtf
MONTREAL
OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO’S
Weekly Mail Line.
ON r. of the following first-cla*,, power
ful Sterner- HIBERNIAN, NORTH
AMF.RHAN, NORWEGIAN, JURA,
BOHEMIAN, AM.1,0 SAXON, NO
VA SCOTIAN—will sail from Queliec every Satur
day morning, for Liverpool, via Londonderry.
Passengers leave Portland per Grand Trunk Trains
with United State* mail*, every Friday, at 1 15 P. 31., !
1 connecting with Steamer at Quebec every Saturday i
morning.
Passage to Liverpool, Londonderry or Glasgow:
Third Class, §35. First Class, §77 to *92—according i
to accommodation,—which iucludes tickets on Grand
Trunk Hail wav.
Prepaid and retnrn tickets issue*! at reduced rates. ,
Excursion tickets tq the World’s Fair, out and
back. §186.
Apply to Fslmoustone, Allan k Co.. Montreal,or to
J. L. FARMER,
No. 10 EXCHANGE ST., PORTLAND.
June 23.1862. dtf
BPST roii THE WEARY.
ANDERSON’S
SPRING BED BOTTOM!
Patent granted October, 1862.
JO. K. Frolioclc,
GENERAL AGENT.
Under United State* Hotel, Portland.
THIS desirable mechanical arrangement has now
been in use a sufficient length of time to show
that it gives entire satisfaction and actually is the
more valued the more it is u*ed.
This invention is a step in advance of all others in
the Spring Bed department, embracing a little more
of their excelrenoies, and yet happily overcoming all
their defect*. It is flexible a* hair,'and yet so recu
perative a* to bring itself into ptace with great facili
ty. It is adapted to the iuvaJid, 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 Spring Bed Bot- |
tom" into my house, after trial, 1 prououuce it to be
an easy and healthy bed. I am using several kinds
of spring bed bottom*, but consider the Anderson
fully equal if not better than the best.
N. J. DAVIS, Proprietor.
We have introduced several of the Justly celebrat
ed "Anderson Spring Bod Bottom" to our sleeping 1
apartment*. We give this spring bed bottom a decid
ed preference over any aud all othere w e 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. McLA UGH LIN k SON,
3Iay 12,1863. Frauklin House, Bangor, Me.
[From Hon. Josiah II. Drummond.]
1 am using tho ‘Anderson Spring Bed Bottom,’ and
1 am very much pleased with it.
JOSIAH 1KDRUMM0ND.
Portland, July 23,1862. *
[F'rom Hon. Lot M. Morrill.]
Having used Anderson' Spring Bed Bottom, I can 1
eheerfuJJy recommend it as an excellent article.
Augusta, Aug. 6, 1862. LOT M. MORRILL.
Having become fully satisfied of the benefit of the ]
"Anderson Spring Bed Bottom,’’ 1 have purchased
three of them at five dollar* each, and do most cheer
fully recommend them to the public.
Waterville, May, 1861. Dk. N. R. BOUTELL. !
Mr. D. K. Frohock has furnished the beds in roy
house with the “Anderson Spring Bed Bottom,” and
1 take pleasure in recommending this article as the
most convenient, economical and comfortable thing
of the kind with which J am acquainted.
_ A. II. ABBOTT,
Principal of Family School, Little Blue, Farmington.
1 have had the unspeakable pleasure of sleeping on
one of the “Anderson Spring lied Bottoms" for the
last three weeks, and must say it far surpasses any
thing 1 had anticipated. My wife, who is leeble. has
had no good rest tor six months til) occupying one of
these beds. She would not part with it on auv ac
count. Ukv. JOHN ALLEN.
Farmington, Feb. 28,1862.
The Bed Bottom I bought of you fully merits my
expectations, and is fullv up to your high recommen
dation-. I would cheerfully recommend it to all who
desire to improve their sleepiugai artmeuts.
AI STAPLES,
Augusta, April 16,1862. A. N. WILLIAMS.
Having tested the “Anderson Spring Bed Bottom.”
I can cheerfully recommend it to all who are in need
of such an article; and I believe it to be superior to
anvthiug of the kind now in use.
Waterville, April 12, 1862. Rkv. E. HAWES.
Testimonials similar to the above have been re
ceived from the proprietors ol the following public
bouses- -
Penobsot Exchange, Bangor.
Franklin House, Bangor.
Skowhegan House, Skuwhegaa.
Lewiston House, Lewiston.
Winthrop House, Wiuthrop.
Elmwood House, Waterville.
Litchfield Corner House.
Stoddard House, Farmington.
Revere House, Ya—alboro
liallowel) House. Hallowell.
China House. China.
Frankliu House, Augusta.
Cushnoc House, Augusta.
Abbott’s School Fariiiingtou.
Eaton Boys’ Boardiug School, Kent’s Hill.
iull7d& w6m
COAL & WOOD,
CHEAP FOR CASH,
DELIVERED TO ANY I-ART OE THE CITY.
SPRING MOUNTAIN LEHIGH,
UAZEL TON LEHIGH,
COLERAINE LEHIGH.
LOCUST MOUNTAIN,
JOHN’S,
THE GENUINE LOBBERY,
Pure mid Free liurninff.
CUMBERLAND COAL
FOR SMITHS’ USE.
THESE Coals are strictly of the best quality, and
warranted to give satisfaction.
Also, for sale, best quality of Nova Scotia and other
Hard and Soft Wood.
The public are requested to call, as we are deter
mined to give good bargains to those who pay cash.
Office, Commercial St., head of Maine Whf.
SAWYER A WHITNEY.
julSltf
Oil! Frames.
F>R PORTRAITS OR LANDSCAPES of any
size or style desired—latest patterns and best
workmanship—made to order bv
MORRISON k CO.,26, Market Square.
Photographic Goods A Clinnicals.
OCR stock in this department is complete, com
prising every article used in the art.
MORRISON k CO.,
une24dtfw.3t 26. Market Square.
On Hand.
A CONSTANT supply of best Extra Deep Gold
Leaf, aud at low rates at
26 Market Squakb
RAILROADS.
KENNFIIEC AND PORTLAND R. R.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
rTff¥.V_!Ir?-i3H Onand after Wednesday, Nov. 19th,
1802, passenger trains will leave as fol
Iowsl
Augusta for Bath, Portland and Boston, at 10.46 A.
M., connecting at Brunswick with tin* Androscoggin
Railroad for Lewiston, Livermore Falls, Wiltou and
Farmington.
Leave Portland for Bath and Augusta at 1.00 P. M.,
connecting with the Androscoggin trains at Bruns
wick tor Lewiston, Livermore Falls, Wiltou and Far
mington; and at Augusta with the Somerset & Ken
nebec Railroad for Vassal boro’, 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 A Portland, Androscoggin, and Somerset
A Kennebec Roads.
For Bangor and Stations on the Penobscot A Ken
nebec Railroad, passengers will puicbase tickets to
Kendall’s Mills.
RTAGE COKIIECTIONB.
Stages leave Bath daily at 3.00 P. M., for Wisctt
set, Damariscotta, Walaoboro’, Warren, Rockland
and Thomaston.
Leave Augusta for Bel fast,.at 4.00 P. M., or on ar
rival of of train from Portland.
B. H. CUSHMAN,
Manager and Superintendent.
Augusta. Nov. 15, 1802. novl8
York A Cumberland Railroad.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
naggSSHn On and after Monday, November 10,
rains will leave as follows, until further
orders:
Saco River for Portland at 6.36 and 9.16 A. M. and
3.80 P. M
Leave Portland for Saco River at 8.00 A. M., and
2.00 and 6.15 P. M.
The 2.00 P. M. train out. and ths 9.15 A M. train
into Portlaud, will be freight trains with passenger
cars attached.
Stages connect at Saccaramm daily for South Wind
ham. Windham Centre and Great Kails.
At Gorham, for West Gorham, Standish, Steep
Falls, Baldwin, Hiram. Limington, Brownfield,
Fryehurg, Conway, Denmark, Lovell, Brivlgtou,
Ac.. Ac,
At Buxton Centre, for West Buxton,Bonny-Eagle,
South Limington, Limington, Ac., Ac.
At Saco River, tri-weekly, for Hollis, Limerick,
Ossipee, Newfleld. Parsonstield, Effingham.I reedom„
Madison. Eaton, Limington, Cornish, Porter. Ac.
nov 13 _ ALEX’R BAILEY'. Jr.. Sup't.
ANDROSCOGGIN RAILROAD.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
OBgKn On and after Monday, Mav 6, 1862,
rain? 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 I^cwiston for Bath and Portland via Bruns
wick at 11 46 A. M.
Freight trains daily between Portland and Lewis
ton.
STAGE CONNECTIONS.
Stage leaves Strickland’s Ferry Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays, for Livermore, Canton, Peru
and Dixfield; returning opposite davs.
Staee leaves North Jay fur Fast Dixfield. Dixfield,
and Weld, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays;
returning opposite days.
Stage leaves Farmington .or New Vineyard, New
Portland and Kingfield. on Wednesdays and Satur
days. returning on .Mondays and Fridays.
Stages leave Farmington daily, for Strong, Avon
and Phillips.
Passengers for this route will take the cars at the
Portland, Saco k Portsmouth, or Kennebec k Port
laujj Depots, in Portland. S. W. EATON. Sup’t.
I armingtou May 6. 1862. juue23dtf
GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY.
Notice to Wood nud Lumber Ifler
c haute.
FROM Nor.mher lrt, lf*a, »o M»y 1st, 1803, the
rates of freight on all descriptions of lumber
and timber will be advanced 26 per cent.
No fire 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
are about to bo 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 fin* wood
to be carried on the railway during the next season,
they must understand that they willdo so at their own i
risk, aud that the Company will not feel themselves i
bound to carry it.
Due notice will be given of the rates of freight, and
from what stations lire wood can be carried next '
summer.
C. J. BRYDCiES, Managing Director.
Montreal, August 1.1862. a6dtf
THROUGH TICKETS
To Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit,
Toledo, 8t. Paul, La Crosse, 8t. Louis,
New Orleans, or any part of the
WEST, SOUTH OR NORTH WEST,
BY THE
ERIE RAILWAY.
Via Buffalo, Dunkirk, and Niagara Falls.
This road is broad guaok aud is provided with
New and 8plendid Sleeping Cars.
ty-Tickets sold in Portland at lowest Boston rate
by
W. D. LITTLE, Agent,
Office 81 Exchange Street.
t4t~ You can save money by securing tickets at this
office.
June 23. dswtf
as YEA R s!
For more than twenty-five years has the well known 1
FURNITURE HOUSE
OF
WALTER COREY,
Furnished the mansions of the wealthy and the
dwellings of the lowly,
THE PUBLIC HOUSES,
MERCHANT SHIPS,
AND STEAMERS
Not of Maine only, but of other States, 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 the 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.
Purchasers for Pash may rest assured tnat goods
bought at this house will be made perfectly satisfac
tory iu price and quality.
At this establishment may be found an extensive as
sortmenf 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 Beds and Mat
tresses of all kinds, Common
Furniture, Chairs. Look
ing Glasses. Ac.
The Best of Extension Tables, Ac.
Rosewood and Gilt Mirrors.
Spiral Spring Beds, &o.
Uph.latery \V«rk Attended 10 <t. ■anal.
K. B.—SHIP FURNITURE made to order.
October 1st, 1662. ti
A. W. BAN FIELD,
(Successor to I*. J. Forristall and Mills A Forristall,
IMPORTER A»D DEALER 1st
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN,
FANCY GOODS,;
Pocket and Table Cutlery.
YANKEE NOTIONS.
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
STATIONERY, TOYS, fcc.,
29 and 30 Federal and 105 Congrei§ Street»,
A DDI90N W. BANP1ELD Bo«tt>n.
P J. Forristall can be found at the aboveplaee.
June 38. wly
MEDICAL.
II. H. II A y7
JUNCTION OF FREE AND MIDDLE STS.t
-DEALER IN
Fine Chemicals, Pure Drugs,
GENUINE MEDICINES,
ENGLISH FRENCH AND AMERICAN PERU MEET,
AND FANCY GOODS.
APOTHECARIES' GLASS WARE, FOREIGN
LEECHES, SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
TRUSSES, SUPPORTERS. BRACES,
ELASTIC STOCKINGS, fc.
VARNISHES, "PAINTS, OILS,
AND DYE-STUFFS,
KEROSENE OIL, LARD OIL,
And all other articles usually kept in a Drug and
Paint establishment.
S3T State Agent for DAVIS k KIDD’S MAG
NETO-ELECTRIC MACHINES. eod&wtoctl
DR. E. O. MOULD'S
Fin-'W”orm Syrup
Is the first and only remedy ever offered to the pub
lic for the effectual removal of the Ascarides, or Pin
Wonns, from the human system. The high reputa
tion it has established in the last two years, ana the
fact that it is fast sup rseding all other worm reme
dies, is the best test of its great merit.
I* affords RELIEF in twenty-four hours, and
an entire cure is warranted, when taken according
to directions, which accompany each bottle.
This Syrup is also a most valuable family cathartic,
to be always used when phvsic is required, especially
for children. It corrects the secretions, gives tone
to the stomach and bowels, assisting nature in her
efforts to restore health. // is purely qf Vegetable
Extracts, and always safe and reliable.
Sold in New York by Hall h Krmel.218 f.reen
wich street; in Boston by GKO. C. tiOODWlN & Co.,
12 Marshall street, and other Wholesale Druggists.
At retail by H. H. HAY, Portland. dec6 3m
POOR RICHARD'S
EYE Sr EAR WATER/
T^JO Organs of the human system are more impor
**■ tant to health and comfort than the Eye and
Ear, and yet none are less understood or more neg
lected. They seem to pass even common observation,
and yet every part of the body is dependent up<>n
them for life and health.
Poor Richard's Eye and Ear Water
Is a new and rare discovery, which is most wonder
fa! in its operations, putting to blush the old systems
of treatment, which have quite as often done harm
as good. Below we give the certificate of Rev. P. 8.
Henson, Pastor of the Broad Street Baptist Church,
Philadelphia. If any one has doubts as to the value
of this remedy, they may learn more of its practical
value by addressing a note of inquiry to Mr II.
• Philadelphia. Oct. 17,1862.
From injuries received in my right eye, when a
boy, a chronic iuflammation had been produced, in
consequence of which I suffered constant martyr
dom. Every momeut of my waking life was embit
tered, and 1 was frequently unable to sleep at night.
A variety of remedies had beeu resorted to with
out success, and I entertained the purpose, as a last
resort, of having the ball taken out of its socket, in
the hope of thus finding relief.
In the meantime, most providentially, I noticed
one day in a shop window a bottle of 1*00R RICH
ARD'S E^ E WATER. 1 had never heard ot it be
fore, but determined to try it, and did, with the most
delightful results. In a very few days the painful
irritation was removed; I could bear the strongest
light, and wont forth to the enjoyment of a new life.
I now keep a bottle of it always in the house, and if
my eye seems at all disposed to annoy me, 1 give it a
dose, and that is an end of it. I would not be with
out it for any amount of money. I take occasion to
say, farther, that my wife used to suffer severely at
times from protracted pain iu and over her eyes and
she has found Poor Richard's Eye Water a sov
ereign specific in her case, giving her almost instant
relief, liratefal to t.od for the benefit that I have
personally received, I .'annot but commend the prep
aration to all who have been sufferers like myself.
P. 8. HENSON,
Pastor of Broad Street Baptist Church.
Resilience 1430 Poplar St., Philiulelphia.
Numerous certificates of a similar character
might be famished.
Poor Richard** Eye and Ear Water
Is truly a Sovereign Remedy for Inflamed aud Dis
eased Eyes. Dim VisioL aud Weak Eyes, Deafness,
Noise in the Head. Catarrh, Rheumatism and Neu
ralgia. with all kindred diseases. It is passed into
the ear by a small glass tube, which, together with
the Water, may be obtained at the principal Drug
Stores in this city. Price 25 cents per Bottle.
Tube* 6 Cent*.
H. H. HAY and W. F. PHILLIPS. Wholesale
Ageuts.
MRS. M.G. BROWN, Proprietor,
pov 13 dfim No. 410 Arch St.. Philadelphia.
DR. HUGHES’
Eclectic Medical Infirmary.
Established for the treatment of those diseases in
both sexes, requiring Experience, Skill, Honor and
delicacy.
PRIVATE CONSULTATIONS.—I)r. Hughes has
for a number of years confined his attention to |
diseases of a certain class During his practice he j
has treated thousands of cases, aud iu uo instance i
has he met with a failure. The remedies are mild,
aud there is no interruption of business or change of I
diet. Dr. Hughes is iu constant attendance from 8 I
in the inoruing until 10 at night, at his office•. 5 Tern- :
pie street. C harges moderate, aud a cure guaranteed
in 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 dietiujt
or restriction in the habits of the patient; cures with- !
out the disgustiug aud sickening effects of most other ;
remedies; cures new cases in a lew hours; cures with
out the dreadful consequent effects of tnercurv, but !
is sure to annihilate the rank and poisonous taint 1
that the blood is sure to absorb, unless the proper :
remedy is used. The ingredients are eutirelv vegeta
ble. and no injurious effect, either constitutionally or j
locallv. can be caused by usiug them.
YOUNG MEN, who are troubled with seminal
weakness, generally caused bv bad habits in vouth,
the effects of which are pain and dizziness in the
head, forgetfulness, sometimes a ringing in the ears,
weak eves, etc , terminating in consumption or iu
sanity if neglected, are speedily aud permanently
cured.
All correspondence strictly confidential aud will o
returned if desired. Address
DR. J. It. HUGHES.
No. 6 Temple Street, (corner of Middle),
Portland.
QT*Send stamp for Circular. jull— dA wtfS
Quackpry!
I EARNESTLY caution all young men suffering
from Nervous Debility, Ac., against endangering
their health by patronizing anv of the advertising
quacks. You can fully recover W the methods used '
by the Advertiser, aud Iv hundreds of others, and I
IN no OTHER way. Read a letter which I will send j
you if vou will send mo a postpaid envelope bearing
your address. Direct to
EDWARD II. TRAVER,
ocl6dAw3m Lock Box, Boston. Mass.
Eclectic Medical Inliriuary.
TO THE LADIES.
DR. HUGHES particularly invites all Ladies who
need a medical adviser, to call at his rooms. No.
5 Temp)** Street, which they will find arranged for
their especial accommodation.
I)r. Ii.’s Eclectic Renovating Medicine* are unrival
led in efficacy and superior virtue in regulatiug all
Female Irregularities. Their action is specific aud
certain of producing relief in a short time
I.ADIES will find it invaluable in all cases of ob
structions after all other remedies have been tried in 1
vain. It is purely vegetable, containing nothing in
the least injurious to the health, and may be takeu
with perfect safety at all times.
Sent to any part of the countrv with full directions,
by addressing DR HUGHES,
No. 6 Temple Street, corner of Middle, Portland.
N. B.—LADIES desiring may consult one of their I
own sex. A lady of experience in constant attend
ance. julldawtfS I
MEDICAL.
f— IS THE RE VgK
any^fHiiijt m
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HAIR RESTORER
AND
ZYLOBAL8AMUM ?
CoWvwemw 'YwVvwvow^.
Rev C A BUCK BEE.
A»Mtant Trr/uurer Am visa* Bible Union, N. Y. City,
writes: “I very cheerfully add my testimony to
that of numerous friend* to the great value of Mrs.
8. A Allen a World a Hair Restorer and Zylobalsa
mutn "
R*v WM. CUTTER, N Y City: “My hair la changed
to its natural color, and growing on bald spot.''
Rev J. H CORNELL. N Y. City : “ I procured it
fora relative. The falling of the hair "topped, and
restored it from being grey to it* natural and bean*
tiful color."
Rev J WEST, Brooklyn. LI: "I will testify to
their valne in the m >*t liberal sense. They havn
restored my hair where it was bald, and, where
grey, to it* original color "
REV A WEBSTER, Boston, Mass : "I have nsed
them with great effect. I am now neither bald
nor grey. My hair was dry and brittle; U Is now
soft as In youth
Rev H V. DEOEN, Boston, Maas : “ That thay pro
mote the growth of the hair where baldness is, I
have the evidence of my own eyes."
Bold by Druggists throughout the World
PRINCIPAL 8ALE8 OP PICE,
\ No. f98 Greenwieh Street, Hew-ToA. ,
^Numerous Certificates |
was abovc._^
dec 10 cod A w*»m2»>
TODD’S LUX SOLIS
HAIR DYE!
THE market ha* been flooded for yean with diflfer
ent article* called Hair Dve*. which have nerer
satisfied the expectation* of purchasers. The hr
plcb ultra has been reached at last in TODD’S
HAIR DYE, and the article has given entire satis
faction to every person who has used it. It contain*
no injurious ingredient*, and gives the hair a beauti
ful rich brown or black color. Directions for naing
—which are very *imi»l<—accompany each bottle.
One superiority of Todd’s Lux 8ofto Hair Dve over
all others is, you do not have to cleanse the hair or
wash it before or after using the dve, and there i* but
one kind to be used, and that can be put on the same
as oil and water, without any trouble, unlike all oth
er dves that have two or three different kinds to be
applied every time used. This dve ia peculiarly
adapted for coloring ladies' hair, because you do not
have to wash out the dye after patting it on. Unlike
nil other dyes, it will color long hair, which other
dyes cannot do. Give this new article a trial, as we
know yon will nse no other after once nsing this.
IT For sale only at
TODD'S HAIR-DRESSING ROOMS,
No.74 Middle, corner of Exchange Street.
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[Copyright mar«l.|
The Great Indian Remedy
FOR FEMALES.
DR. MATTISONS INDIAN EMMENAGOGUE.
This celebrated Female Medicine,
possessing virtues unknown of any
thing else of the kind, nod proving
effectual after all others have fiulea,
is designed for both tnarried and sin
ole ladies, and is the very best thing
known for the purpose, as it will
bring on the monthly sickness in case*
of obstructions, from any cause, and
after all other remedies of the,, kind
have been tried in vain.
OVER BOTTLES have now
been sold without a single failure,
when taken as directed, aud without
the least injury to health iu any case,
fcru to pttt up in bottle* of three
different strengths, with Bill direc
tions for using, nod sent by exprea*,
closely sealed, to all parts of the country.
PRICES—Full strength. 810; half strength, 86;
quarter strength, 88 per bottle.
ST*REMEMBER—This medicine is designed ex
pressly for obstinate cases, which all other remedies
of the kind hare failed to cure ; also that it is war
ranted as represented in every respect, or the price
will he refunded.
BT“BEWARE OF IMITATIONS! None genu
ine and warranted, unless purchased directly of Dr.
M. at his Remeitial Institute for Special Diseases,
No. 28 Union street. Providence. R. I.
IT Tills Specialty embraces all diseases of a pri
vate nature, both ot MEN aud WOMEN, by a reg
ularly educated physician of twenty yeare’ practice,
giving them his whole attention.
0r*</on»ultations by letter or otherwise are strict
ly confidential.nod medicines will be sent by express.
secure from observation, to all parts of the United
States. Also accoLiiuodations fbr ladies from abroad
wishing for a secure and quiet rktrxat, with good
care, until restored to beaitn.
CAUTION.—It has been estimated that over two
hundred thousantt dollars are paid to swindling
quacks annually, in New England alone, without any
beneft to those who pay it. All this comes from
trusting, without inquiry, to men who are alike des
titute of honor, character and sk.ll, and whose only
recommendation is their own fhlse aud extravagant
assertions, iu praise of themselves. If. therefore,
yon would avoid being humbugged, take no man's
word, so nuitter what his pretensions are, but
MAkE INQUIRY it will cost yon nothing, and
may save you mauy regrets; for. as advertising phy
sicians. in nine cases on. of ten, are bogus, there to
no safety in trusting any qf them, nuless yon know
who and what thev are.
CF Dr. M. will send krek. br ene’osing one
stamp as above, a pamphlet on DI3EA8E8 OF WO
MEN. and on Private Diseases generally, giving flail
information, with the most uudtmbted references anti
testimonials, without which no advertising physician
or medicine of this kind to deserving of ANT CON
FIDENCE WHATEVER.
*8^ trders by mail promptly attended to. Write
vour address plainly, and direct to DR. MATT180N,
as above. deed ly
ELECTROPATHIC INSTITUTE.
DR. II. J. BOV\TO>,
Electropathic Physician and Surgeon.
RKS|T>K(T AND OFFICE
No* 3419 ( oBgreM Street, Portland, Me*
□ Whef»* he will treat all classes of Diseases
bv application of Electricity mud the most
approved remedies.
ASKS OF THE EYE AND EAR.
Dr. Boynton'* operations and cores on these deli
cate organ* have been most *ucce**tul, and many of
them of a remarkable character. Dr B. having test
ed the advantages of Electricity for the past fifteen
years, upon thousand* of patients iu 1‘hiladelphia
aud other cities of lhe I'uited States, is prepared to
trea1 all diseases of whatever nature with unriralleti
success. The following are among the diseases which
Dr. B. ha* been etnineutly successful iu treating
Catarrh, consumption, chronic catarrh, diseases of
the throat, ulceration, asthma, bronchitis, diseases of
the lungs iu all tbeir form*, gravel iu all it* form*,
diseases of uriuary organ*, diabetes, incontinence of
the uriue. dropsy, blindness, amaurosis, cataract,
scrofulous-ophtnalmia. ulcers of long standing, mer
curial sores, tumor*, scrofala in all it* forms, cancer,
erysipelas, diseases of the skin, canker, piles, hemor
rhoids. liver complaint, dyspepsia, disease* of the
kidneys, stone, tc., all spinal disease*, curvatures,
hip diseases, sciatica, neuralgia, rheumatism in all its
forms, deafuess, muscular, contraction, white swell
ing*. all uterine weaknesses, )eueorrh<ea. flu or albus,
whites, fits. To the above might be added a long list
of disease* which Dr. B. has treated with eiiual suc
cess. All FEMALE COM PLAINTS treated with
success, care and striot attention
D. B. has many testimonials of important recover
ies under his treatment, which can Ik* seen bv calling
on him at his rooms.
-P“Dr. Boynton, having fall instruction from Dr.
Colton for generating and administering the Ni
trous Oxide, or Exhilerating Gas, is now ready to
administer this (ias to those who mav wish to inhale
it for the cure of Neuralgia, Diseased Luugs, Ac.
nov® dkw dniT *
TOWN AND
Corporation Bonds,
WITH COUPONS,
Town loin and Order*,
AID ALL OTHER KINDS OF
PRINTING,
Neatly and Promptly Executed
—AT THE—
Prei*« Olliee.
PLEASURE PARTIES.
J EXCURSIONISTS visiting the Islands, supplied
j w if h ■!ores at the shortest notice.
Order* soliciud
ISO Fare Street near feet sf Ear ha age.
CALDEKWOOD A BECKETT.
I'ortluud. June®. dtf

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