From the Atlantic Monthly for January.
Overtures Irom Richmond*
A *EW LILLIBULERO.
The intense stupidity of Dr. Barney, and the kna
very of J. Wesley Greene, have served on© good pur
pose in provokiug the following spirited verses. They
sro from the pen of Prof. F. J. Child, of Harvard Col
“Well. Uncle Sam,” says Jefferson D.,
Lillibulero, old Uncle Sara,
“You’ll have to join my t’onfed’raey,”
Lillibulero, old Uucle Sam.”
“Lero, lero. that don’t appear O, that don't appear,”
says old Uncle Sam.
“Lero, lero, tilibustero, that don’t appear,” says old
“So, Uncle Sara, just lay down your arms.”
“Then you shall hear my reas'nable terms,”
“Lero, lero, I'd like to hear o, I’d like to hear,” says
old Uucle Sam,
“Lero, lero, tiliibustero, I’d like to bear,” says old
• Uncle Sam.
“First, you must own I’ve beat you in fight.”
“Then, that I always have been in the right,”
“Lero, lero, rather %evereO, rather severe,” says old
“Lero loro, tiliibustero. rather severe,” says old Un
“Then you must pay my national debts,”
“No question!*asked about my assets,”
“Lero, lero. that.s very dear O, that’s very dear,”
savsold Unc’e Sam.
“Lero. lero. tiliibustero, that’s very dear,” says old
“Also, some frw i. o. u’§ and bets,”
“Mine, and Bob Toombs’, and Slidell’s and Rbett’s,”
“Lero, lero. that leaves me zero, that leaves me zero,”
says Uncle Sam,
“Lero, lero, tiliibustero, that leaves me zero,” says
“And, bv the way, one little thing more,”
•‘You’re to refund the costs of the war,”
“Lero, lero, just what 1 fear, O, just what I fear,”
says old Uncle Sam.
“Lero, lero, tilibustero, just what I fear,” says old
“Next, you must own our Cavalier blood !”
“And that vour l’uritaus sprang from the mud!”
Lilnbulero, etc .
“Lero, lero, that inud is clear O, that mud is clear,”
says old Uncle Sam,
“Lero, lero, tilibustero, that mud is clear,” says old
“Slavery’s of course, the chief corner-stone,”
“Of our new civ-il-i-za ti-ob!”
“Lero, lero, that’s quite sincere O, that’s quite sin
cere,” says old Uncle Sam.
“Lero. lero. tilibustero, that’s quite sincere,” savs old
“You’ll understand, my recreant tool.”
“You’re to submit, and we are to rule,”
“Lero. lero, aren’t you a hero! aren’t you a hero!”
say s Uncle >8111.
“Lero! lero, ti ibustero, aren’t you a hero!” says
“If to these terms Von fully consent,”
“I’ll be Perpetual King President,”
“Lero, Jero, take vour sombrero, off to your swamps,”
says old Uncle Sam.
“Lero, lero, tilibustero, cut, double-quick!” savs old
The Danger of Fire fiiom Hot Air.
Mr. Anderson, surveyor of the King’s Co.
Insurance Company, has been induced to put
forth the following warning, by the recent
burning of the Orphan Asylum in Brooklyn:
Brooklyn, Nov. 11th.
Dear StR,—By placing the following before
the public, you may save many lives, and a
large amount of property. Having surveyed
the Free Academy, corner of Lexington ave
nue ami Tweuty-third street, N. York, last tall,
I found the leH air registers in the floor and
wainscotting too near the woodwork, and that
it would take tire. I told the officers so, and
informed them that the wood should be cut
out, ami map*tone or iron inserted in its stead.
Tile officers had it removed, and they found
the wood burnt as I had told them, and it only
wanted air to set the building In a blaze. It
would have got air in a short time, as it was
nearly burnt through a 1 1-2 inch plank. The
President was pleased to acknowledge to me
a short time after that 1 had saved the Institu
tion from being burnt down. Now, sir. I sur
veyed the Roman Catholic <frplmn Asylum, on
Bedford Avenue aud Willoughby street, last
Thursday, the Oth of this month, aud found
one of the registers on the South wing too
near the wood, and I told the teacher that was
with me that it would set the building on fire,
aud I took my knile aud dug out some of the
pine wood to show him. On Sunday morning,
the 9th, it was burned down. It is wonder
ful that no more lives were lost. I have no
doubt that many buildings are burned down in
like manner. None of the registers or hot air
pipes should be near the wood, for I am
satisfied in my own mind, that hot air and
steam pipes, if they eoine in contact with
wood, will in time set fire to it.
Surveyor King's Co. Ins. Co.
Burnside and his Generals.—He looks,
talks and smiles as though he knew what he
was about aud that things were going on to
his liking. Gen. Hooker, whose fondness for
fighting induced him to ask to be assigned the
post of greatest danger in the coming conflict,
stands by his side. There is no look of anxiety
in that speaking countenance of his. Every
lineament of that earnest and yet winning face
betrays fullest confidence in the future* Ho
and General Burnside, in the interim of con
versation, look through a large mounted Held
glass iiointed across the river. General Sum
ner—lie of more years than either, and gray
whiskers, hut vigorous in health and eyes keen
and penetrative—-joins in the conversation and
It is not difficult to pick out the strong mauiy
flgure and benigmit, smiling lace of General
Franklin. Near by is General Butterfield a pro
totype of the great Napoleon in atti'ude and ex
pression with the addition. Imweverof mustach
es that would be the pride of a Russian grena
dier. He is talking with Generals Griffin and
Averill—the lortnei- in his slouched hat, un
shorn face and Spanish clonk, and never a
smile or word uttered unless in solemn earnest
ness, looking like a second Don Caesar l)e Ba
zan; the latter neat and trimly dressed, all
smiles and affability. But I will not pursue this
further. The officers here can lie numbered by
the legion, and the sketch would be unending
—[Letter in New York Herald.
These celebrated Scales are still made be the orig
inal Inventor., AM) OBLY by them,) and aie con
stant y reeeiv ing all the improvements which their
long experience and skill can suggest.
They are correct in principle, thoroughly made,
V the beet materialt, and arc perfectly accurate and
durable in operation.
For sale, in every variety, as
Hay, Coal and Railroad Scales!
BUTCHERS’, GROCERS’, DRUGGISTS’, CON
FECTIONERS’ and GOLD
Beams, Weights, &c.,&c.
With a complete variety of
— BY —
FAIRBANKS & BROWN,
118 Milk Street . corner of Batterymarch Street,
Sold in Portland by EMERY & WATEHHOL'SF
26 Market SyDARX
.TIilk Route for Sale.
New Works !
NEW EDi nos OF
CASEY'S U. s\ TACTICSj
HALL L. DAVIS.
33 E .change Street
CJOl'AKt or oral—every kind celled for. These
ij Ihsing manufactured by ourselves, except those
necessarily imported, we can compete w ith anv mar
ket for low prices. At wholesale or retail, at 2«, Mar- !
ket Square._ MOKKISON & CO’8.
S. II. rOLFAUORTIIl,
lias removed his stock of
BOOKS, STATIONARY, PICTURES,
Picture Frame!. Piper Han mss Fmcj Good!, It., It.,
TO No. 92 EXCHANGE STREET,
Next door above the British and American Express
Office, where he will acc mmodate all who may be in
waut of goods in his line, at very low prices.
Book-Binding ard Picture-Framing,
Done n. atly as usual.
GENUINE HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINES,
For sale at t' e above store by
Physician* and Families upplied with Medicines and
books. Cases renewed and vials refilled.
June 24. 18*52. eodfim
WAR CLAIM AGENCY.
SIOO Bounty Money. Back Pay,
THE undersigned is prepared to obtain from the
United States Government, 8100 Bounty Money,
Back Pay. Ac., for heirs of Officers or Soldiers dying
in the U. S. service.
Established for Officers and Soldiers, wounded or
disabled bv sickness contracted while in the service
of the Unfted States, in the line of duty.
Procured for widows or children of Officers and Sol
diers who have died while in the service of the Uu*
Prize Money, Pensions, Bounty and Back Pay cu
lected for Seamen and their heirs.
Fees, for each Pension obtained. Five Dollars.
All Claims against the Government will rece
Post Office address
SETII E. DEED!
(Office No. 9 State House )
Hon. Lot M. Morrill, lion. Joseph B. Hall.
U. S. Senate, Sec'v of State,
Hon. James <». Blaine, Hon. Nathan Dane,
sep2lk!&wl4tf State Treasurer.
STATE OF MAUVE.
Adjutant General's Office, I
Augusta, Dec. 19, 1862. J
; GENERAL ORDER NO. 62.
ffIHE Secretary of War has authorized the 18th
A Regiment of Infantry of Maine Volunteers to
be changed to ott» of Heavy Artillery, to be organ
ized as prescribed in tin* following extract from Gen
eral Order of the War Department, No. 126, of Sep
tember 6ih, 1862:
Regiment op Artillery—12 Batteries.
1 Colonel. 1 Chaplain.
1 Lieutenant Colonel. 1 Sergeant Major.
1 Major for e\erv four
Batteries. 1 Quartermaster Sergeant.
1 Adjutant (not an extra
Lieutenant.) 1 Commissary.
1 Quartet master (not an
extra Lieutenant ) 1 Hospital Steward.
Battery of Artili.ert.
i 1 Captain. 12 Corporals,
i 2 1st Lieutenants. 2 Musicians.
2 2d Lieutenants. 2 Artificers.
1 1st Sergeant. 1 Wagoner.
I 1 Quartermaster Serg’t. 122 Urinates.
The numerical designation of the Regiment.and the
recruitiug of the C ompanic* for the same, being
I placed by the War Department under the direction of
i the Oovernor aud Commander-In-Chief of the state
of Maine, two additional Batteries or Companies tor
said Regiment an* hereby authorized to be raised of
the standard and organization prescribed. The pres
ent companies mav be recruited utt to the giveu num
ber. when they will be reorgani/eu so far as necessary
to conform w ith the above require incut*. and the nec
essary additional Regimental. Field and Staff Offi
cers will be appoint'd. The regiment upon the com
pletion of its organizarion. as above, will lx* desig
nated as the 1st Regiment of Heavy Artillery of
The State Bounty of Forty-Five dollars w ill be paid
to each recruit of this regimeut enlisted prior to the
first Wednesday in January next.
Applications for enlisting'papers may bo made at
By order of the Comniander-in-Chief.
JOHN L. HoDSDoN, Adj’t General.
GREAT CHANCE FOR BARGAINS BEFORE THE RISE!
20 HOUSES, at prices from $1000 to 85000.
100 HOUSE LOTS, at prices fiom 8200to 83000.
2.00u,u00 feet of FLATS.
1.000.000 feet of LAND.
2 STORE LOTS on Commercial Street.
MOSES GOULD, 74 Middle St.,
nov27 dtf Up Stairs.
I. D. MEKKILL A TO,
No. 27 Union Street, Portland, Me.
Water Closets. Urinals. Fores and .^netinn Fumna
Bath Boilers, Wash Hotels, Silver Plated f Brass
Cocks, of alt kinds constantly on hand.
W~.au kinds of fixtures for hot and cold water
set up in the best manner.
All orders in city or country personally attended to
I. 1>. MERRILL. JOHN BOND. 8. D. MERRILL.
a ui;4dly -v
INTERNAL REVENUE. ~
First CoilcctlAn District, Maine.
IN pursuance of the provisions of the Act of Con- I
gress entitled “An Act to provide Internal Kevo* I
nue to support the Government atui pav the interest :
on the public debt," approved July 1st. 1M2. 1 here
bv give notice that I have received from the Assessor
of the First Collection District in the State o! Maim
the annual Lists oi 1 axes and Duties assessed in the
month of September, and the monthly List lor the
months oi October and Novenib r. 1862: that the
said (axes ami Duties have become due ami payable,
and that 1 will be in attendance at mv office, over
Store No. 92 Commercial Street, Portland, from the
first to the fifteenth dav of January , 1863, for the
purpose of receiving said taxes, and granting Li- .
censes to all persons within that portion of the First
District included in the County of Cumberland.
And I further give notice, and call attention to the
following provisions of the Act:
‘•All persons yy bo shall neglect to pay the duties :
and tares, so as aforesaid assessed upon them, to the
Collector or his Deputies, within the times above 1
speed lied, shall be liable to pay ten per centum addi- j
ttonal upon the amount thereof."
And I would also cull attention to the following
provisions of the said Act, respecting Licenses:
“If any i erson or persons shall exercise or carry
on any trade or business hereinafter mentioned, for
the exercising or carrying on which trade or business
a license is required by this act, without taking out
such license as in that behalf required, he, she, or
they shall, for every such offence, respectively, forfeit
a penalty equal to three times the amount of the duty t
or sum of money imposed for such license."
NATH L j millkil
Collector of 1st Collection District
i. - in t,,e State of Maine.
Portland, Dec. 18th. 1862. dtf
G E N T lTe MEN,
IF yon want » cheap nud perfect fitting ahirt, plea»e
leave your measure for Mrs. A. MOFTOTT’s cele
brated Oval Yoked Shirts, made from the best cloth,,
and good custom work, at the very lowest prices. ^
£8''* Remember the place,
MRS. A. JIOFFOTT’S, 1
Mo. 527 Market Square, i
Orders respectftillv solicited by Mrs. Moffott, who
will pay personal attention to the same. aul2eodtf 1
AXV person having from Five to Ten Hundred
Dollars to invest, may learn of an established ,
business, in which a large portion of the citizens of
Portland are iutereatod, which will give constant cm- I
ployment and pay well, bv addressing
decl dtf BUSINESS. Daily Press Office. | j
THE undersigned respectfully informs the
public that he has leased the above House,
on Federal Street, Portland, *'id invites
the travelling community to call aud see it
ho knows “how to keep a hotel.” Cleau,
airy rooms, good beds, a well-provided t ible, atten
tive servants and moderate charges are the induce
ments he holds out to those whose business or pleas
ure call them to the “Forest City.”
JONATHAN BLISS, Proprietor.
Portland, Aug. 19,1862. dtl
By C. M. PLUM MK
386, Washington St.. Bath.
•.•Terms 81 per day. Stable connected
Bath. June 28.1862. dtf
Alfred. Carr, * * Proprietor.
THE City of Bath is one of the healthiest
localities on the coast ol‘ Maine—delightful
ly situated ou the Kennebec, twelve miles
from the sea, and affords one of the most
uvitiug retreats from the dust aud turmoil of our
The Saoadahock is one of the finest, most spa
cious. and best appointed Hotels in the State, located
within thaee minutes walk of the Depot, Steamboat
Landing, Post Office, Custom House, Ac., being di
rectly in the business centre of the City.
Term* Moderate by the Week or Day.
Bath, June 23, 1862. dtf
lii. G. Nfayo, - - - - Proprietor.
y rWTHE subscriber would very respectfully an
nounce to his numerous friends, and the
| public generally, that during the temporary
J compulsory suspension of his business he
has furnished this well-known house anew, and is
now better than ever prepared to wait upon his cus
tomers, and hopes by strict attention to their wants
to merit a continuance of the patronage which he has
hitherto received. E. G. MAYO.
Passadumkeag, June 23,1862. dAwtf
UNION FOREVER I
RALLY TO THE FLAG!
NEW BEOBUITS WANTED!
Latest 1 Vo in Headquarters !
GREAT EXCITEMENT j
163 Middle Street.
Of every description,
EOR SALE AT BURLEIGH’S.
Is selling, regardless of Cost,
For officers, made to order, from the best material,
with dispatch, and at low prices.
Of every description, made to order and warranted
The largest and best selected stock of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
—Ever offered in Maine, can be obtained at
All of which will be sold so as to warrant entire sat* J
isfkction to the purchaser.
OUR STOCK OF CLOTHS
ANI> TRIMMING GOODS
Are unlimited in quantity, qnality or price, and will
be .old very low, at wholesale or retail, for cash.
Buyer, will do well to look at our stock before pur
cbasing elsewhere, as it was bought before the great
rise on goods.
103 Middle Street,
Portland, July 22, 1862. d«m
BLEACHED FLAI DICK, I1IH BLIE STRIPES,
(A substitute for Cotton.)
UKBL1ACIE D CASTAS, fit H RED STRIPE,
Of s arious descriptions.
ALL FROM A O Nos. 1 TO 6.
ALSO OH HAH1> * j
BOLT ROPE CORDAGE, &C.,
For sale by
LE MKSURIER & CHAMPION,
St. Peter Street,QUEBEC.
Cysatnplca ou hand, and order, taken bv
J. T PATTEN 4 CO.,
Oct. 11—6m Front Street, Bath.
JAMES P. SLEEPER,
No. Ill Exchange Street, Portland,
Residence roar of 411 Conjrre.i* Street, keeps con*
stautly ou baud all the A*arious kind* of
30FFIN8 AND CASKETS,
Now in Use,
Lnd will make o order anything ofthis kind that
Iiay be orderea, «t short notice, from the cheapest to !
heVEUVBKRT. B\ giving my strict and undivided
ttentiou to the manufacturing, lining and trimming
f the above, I cau furnish tnem cheaper than any
Aug. 6,1862. JAMES P. SLEEPER.
HOMESTEADS FOR $20.
rHE MISSOURI LAND COMPANY have pur
chased from the llannihal 4 St. Joseph Railroad
'ompkny a large tract of land in Northern Missouri,
djofning the flourishing town of Hamilton, Caldwell
ounty, for farming aud manufacturing purposes,
nd have divided their property into lots and farms,
'hey are offered to subscribers In shares of 820 each,
laps, with Bill information. can be had by calling on
EDWARD SHAW. Agent.
102 Middlk STggKT, Portlaxd.
Old Frames Ke-Glli,
k ND RENEWED by
M. MORRISON 4 CO.
"WHITE STAR LINE”
STEAM TO LONDON DIRECT.
The splendid, new and powerful
Steamship **M a vrocokdatob," A 1,
12 >ears, 1200 tons, 600 horse power—
T. S. Ewen. Cominauder, will leave
Pomanu uu or about the 20th iust. Has tirst rate
accommodations for passengers, tirst, second and
third class. For freitrnt or passage apply to
FREER, BOYD & CO.,
No. 8 Galt’s Block, Commercial Street.
Portland and Sew York Steamers.
The splendid and fast Steamships
“CHESAPEAKE,” ( apt. Willett,
and “PARKERSBURG,” Captain
Hoffman, will, until further uotice,
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. PM
These vessels are fitted up with fine accommodations
for passengers, making this the most speedy, safe and
comfortable route for travellers between New York
and Maine. Passage $6,00, including Fare and State
Goods forwarded by this line to and from Montreal,
Quebec, Bangor, Bath, Augusta, East port and St.
Shippers are requested to send their freight to the
steamers a«early as 3 P. M., on the day that thep
For freight or passage apply to
EM hiK Y & FOX, Brow n s Wharf, Portland.
H. B. CROMWELL & CO , No. 86 West Street,
Dec. 6.1812. dtf
OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO’S
Weekly Mail Line.
m ON Eof the following first-class, power
ful Steamers: HIBERNIAN, NORTH
AMERICAN, NORWEGIAN, JURA.
■sHK&SB* BOHEMIAN. ANGLO SAXON, no
va SCOTIAN—will sail from Quebec every Satur
day morning, for Liverpool, via Londonderry.
Passengers leave Portland per Grand Trunk Trains
with United States mails, every Friday, at 1 16 P. M.,
connecting with Steamer at Quebec every Saturday
Passage to Liverpool, Londonderry or Glasgow:
Third Class, $86. First Class, $77 to *92—according
to accommodation,—which includes tickets on Grand
Prepaid and retnru tickets issued at reduced rates.
Excursion tickets to the World's Fair, out aud
Apply to Edmonstone, Allan & Co., Montreal,or to
J. U. FARMER.
No. 10 EXCHANGE ST., PORTLAND.
June 23. 1862. dtf
DK. C. II. OSGOOD,
fiarV bvbgeon t mechanical
Bo. I flipp's BUrL, ConrrfM Street,
Ol’r. OLD CITY KALL, - . - POBTLAND, ME.
Artificial Teeth inserted oo Gold, Silver aud Vul
THE Estate of Plffriek Callan, late of Portland,
deceased, having been represented insolvent,the
Judge ol Probate 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 be held at the
office of Frederick Fox, 64 Middle street, Portland,
on the last Saturday of each of the follow ing months,
viz: November, December. 1*62, January. February,
March and April. 1863—flora 2 to 5 o'clock P. M., on
each of those davs.
GEORGE E. B. JACKSON, I . .
IBVINO W. PABKEB, ) CommiMicier*.
Portland. Nov. 8. Mi-'. nov8
RH.ss'r FOR THE WEARY.
SPRING BED BOTTOM!
Pateut granted October, 1862.
lO. K._ Frohock,
ITnder Ini ted States Hotel, Portland*
THIS desirable mechanical arrangement has now
been in use a sufficient length of time to sh» 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 lt> >1 department, embracing a little more
of their excelrencies. and yet happily overcoming all
their defects. It is flexible as hair, and yet so recu
perative as to bring itself into place with great facili
ty. It is adapted to the invalid, the aged and old.
aud all who linger In suffering aud weakness. They
are made of good material warranted strong and du
rable, aud not liable to get out of order.
Commercial House, Portland. June 16.1862.
Haviug introduced the "Anderson Spring Bod Bot
tom” into my house, after trial, I pronounce it to be
an easy and healthy bed. I am using several kinds
of spring bed bottoms, but consider the Andersou
fully etjual if not better than the best.
N. J. DAVIS, Proprietor.
We have introduced several of the justlv celebrat
ed "Anderson Spring Bed Bottom” to our sleeping
apartments. We give this spring bed bottom a dec id
ed preference over any and all othere we have ever
used. Our guests speak of them in the highest terms.
We recommeud their use to all hotel keepers who de
sire the comfort of their guests.
w. d. McLaughlin a son,
May 12,1863. Franklin House, Bangor, Me.
[From Hon. Josiah II. Drummond.]
I am using the ‘Anderson Spring Bed Bottom/ and
I am very much pleased with it.
josiah h. drummond.
I'nrtlnnH .Intv 93 1SR9
[From Hon. Lot M. Morrill.]
Having used Anderson’ Spring Bed Bottom, I can
cheerfully 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 dollars each, and do most cheer
fully recommend them to the public.
Waterville, May, 1861. Du. N. B. BOUTELL.
Mr. D. K. Fro hock has tarnished the beds in mv
house with the "Anderson Spring Bed Bottom,” and
1 take pleasure in recommending this article as the
most convenient, economical ana comfortable thing
of the kind with which I am acquainted.
„ A H. ABBOTT,
Principal of Family School. Little Blue, Farmington.
I have had the uuspeakable pleasure of sleeping on
one of the "Anderson Spring Bed Bottoms” for the
last three* weeks, and must say it far surpasses any
thing I had anticipated. My wife, who is feeble, has
had no good rest tor six mouths till occupying one of
these beds. She would uot part with it on any ac
count Kkv. JOHN ALLliN.
Farmington, Feb. 28,1862.
The Bed Bottom I bought of you tally merit* my
expectations, and is fullv up to your high recommen
dations. I would cheerfully recommend it to all who
desire to improve their sleepingat ai tments.
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
anything of the kind now iu use
Waterville, April 12,1862. Kkv. E. HAWES.
Testimonials similar to the above have been re
coil ed from the proprietors ol the following public
Penobsot Exchange, Bangor.
Franklin House. Bangor.
Skow hegan House. Skowhegan.
Lewiston House. Lewiston.
Winthron House, Winthrop.
Elmwoon House. Waterville.
Litchfield Corner House.
Stoddard House, Farmington.
Keiere House, Vassalboro.
Hallowed House, liallowell.
China Houbc, China
Franklin House, Augusta.
Cu»huoc House, Augusta.
Abbott's School Farmington.
Eaton Boys' Boarding School, Kent's Hill.
COAL & WOOD,
CHEAP FOR CASH,
DELIVERED TO ANY I’ART OF THE CITY.
SPKIXG MOVXTA1X LEHIGH,
COLE RATHE LEHIGH,
THE GEXUIXE LOBDERr,
Pure uml Free Hunting.
FOR SMITHS' USE.
rHESE Coals are strictly of the best quality, and
warrautod to give satisfaction.
klso, for sale, best quality of Nova Scotia and other
Hard and Soft Wood.
The public arc re^ueeted to call, a* we are deter*
Dined to gire good bargain, to those who pav each.
Commercial St., head of Maine H7if.
SAWYER A WHITNEY.
KENNEBEC AND PORTLAND R. K.
r’ww’wi On and alter Wednesday, Nov. 19ih,
53g“3£ 1862, passenger trains will leave as fol
Augusta for Rath, Portland and Boston, at 10.46 A.
M., connecting at Brunswick with the Androscoggin
Railroad for Lewiston, Livermore Falls, Wilton and
Leave Portland for Bath and Augusta at l.OOP. M.,
connecting with the Androscoggin trains at Bruns
wick for Lewiston, Livermore Falls, Wilton and Far
mington ; ami at Augusta with the Somerset k Ken
nebec Railroad for Vassalboro’, Waterville, Ken- i
dall's Mills and Skow began ; and at Kendall's Mills
with the Penobscot k Kennebec Railroad for Burn- I
ham. Pittsfield. Newport and Bangor.
Tickets sold in Boston for all the stations on the
Kcnuebcc k Portland, Androscoggin, and Somerset
k Kennebec Roads.
For Bangor and Stations on the Penobscot k Ken
nebec Railroad, passengers will purchase tickets to
Stages leave Bath daily at 3.00 P. M., for Wiscas
set, Damariscotta, Waldoboro*, Warren, Rockland
Leave Augusta for Belfast, at 4.00 P. M., or on ar
rival of of train fromPortland.
B. H. CUSHMAN.
Manager and Superintendent.
Augusta, Nov. 16, 18*52. novlg
York & Cumberland Railroad.
OTE3BSO Dn and after Monday, November 10,
trains will leave as follows, until further
Saco River for Portland at 6.36 and 9.15 A. M. and
3.80 P. M
Leave Portland for Saco River at 8.00 A. M., and
2.00 and 6.16 1'. M.
The 2.00 P. M. train out, and ths 9.16 A. M. train
into Portland, will be freight trains with passenger
Stages connect at Saccarapna dailv for South Wind
ham, Windham Centre and Great Falls.
At Gorham, for West Gorham, Standish, Steep
Falls, Baldwin. Hiram, Limington, Brownfield.
Fryeburg, Conway, Denmark, Lovell, Bridgton,
At Buxton Centre, for West Buxton,Bonny-F.agle,
South Limiugtou, Limington, Ac., Ac.
At Saco River, tri-weekly, for Hollis, Limerick,
Ossinee, Newfield, Parson afield, Effingham, 1reedom,
Madison, Eaton, Limington, Cornish. Porter, Ac.
nov 13 ALEX'K BAILEY, Jr . Sup't.
□■Bran <>n and after Monday, Mav 5, 1862,
§9E3J^raine will leave Portland for Lewiston
and Farmington via Brunswick, at 1 P. M.
Leave Farmiugton for Lewiston, Bath and Port
land. via Brunswick, at 9.15 A. M.
Leave Lewiston for Bath and Portland via Bruns
wick at 11.45 A. M
Freight trains daily between Portland and Lewis
Stage leaves Strickland's Ferry Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays, for Livermore, 1'antou, Peru
and Dixfield; returning opposite davs.
Stage leaves North Jay for East Dixfield. Dixfield,
and Weld, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays;
returning opposite days.
Stage leaves Farmington .or New Vineyard. New
Portland and Kingfieln, on Wednesdays and Satur
days. returning on Mondays and Fridays.
Stage-* leave Faimington daily, for Strong, Avon
Passengers lor this route will take the cars at the
Portland, Saco k Portsmouth, or Kennebec k Port
| land Depots, iu Portland. 8. W. EATON. Sup’t.
1 armington May 6. 1862 june23dtf
GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY.
Notice to Wood and Lumber Mer
FROM Norember 1st, 1862. to May 1st, 1868, the
rates of freight on all descriptions of lumber
and timber will Ik* advanced 25 per cent.
No tire wood will be conveyed betweenOctober 1st,
1862. and May 1st, 1803.
An advance in the rates of fire wood will take place
next summer, but in consequence of changes in the
arrangement for conducting tin* wood business, which
are about to be made, the Company will not be able
to take Are wood from cerlaiu places on tbe line, so
that should any parties make contracts for fire wood
to be carried on the railway during the next season,
they must understand that t’hev 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 freight, and
from what stations fire wood can be carried next
C. J. BKYDGES, Managing Director.
Montreal, August 1. 1862. a6dtf
To Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland. Detroit,
Toledo, St. Paul, La ('home, St. Louis,
New Orleans, or »uy part of tb«
WEST, SOUTH OR NORTH WEST,
Via Buffalo, Dunkirk, and Niaoaka Falls.
This road is broad ouaoe and la prorided with
New and Splendid Sleeping Cara.
U Tickets sold in Portland at lowest Boston rate
W. D. LITTLE, Agent,
Office 81 Exchange Street.
Vf~ Yon can use money by securing tickets st this
June 28. dswtf
For more than twenty-five years has the well known
Furnished the mansions of the wealthy aud the
dwellings of the lowly,
THE PUBLIC HOUSES,
Not of Maine only, but of other States, with articles
of Furniture suited to their various wants.
At the old stand.
52 mmd 54 Exekaage Street*
With increased facilities for manufacturing,
BY STEAM POWER,
With good workmen and thoroughly seasoned stock,
he can ftimish the largest assortment of
(Or made, at short notice, to any pattern customers
Than can be found Elsewhere in the State.
Purchaser* for Cash may rest assured tnat goods
bought at this house will be made perfectly satisfac
tory in price aud quality.
At this establishment may be found an extensive as
8ortmcnt of Elegant and Plain Furniture, of the
most desirable styles, comprising Rich and
Medium Priced Drawing Room, Parlor
and chamber Furniture, of even de
scription. Feather Beds and Mat
tresses of all kinds. Common
Furniture. Chaits. Look
ing Glasses, Ac.
The Brat or Extension Tables, Ac.
Rosewood and Gilt Mirrors.
Spiral Spring Beds, &o.
I'phttUlrrr \V*rk Altrndrd I, ■■
N II —smr FURNITURE made to order.
October 1st, 18C2. tf
At a Court or Phobatk held at Portland, within i
and for the County of Cumberland, on the third i
Tuesday of December,in the vear of our Lord eigh
teen hundred and sixtv-two, '
JAMES W. LEAVITT, Executor of the last Will
and Testament of Edward M. Leavitt, late of
Portland, in said Couuty, deceased, having presented
his first account of administration of said estate
for probate; also his resignation of said trust as Ex
It tras Ordered, That the said Executor give no
tice to all |H*rson» interested, by causing notice to
be published three days successively, In the Port
land Doily Press, printed at Portland, all of said pub- j
Mentions to be fourteen days at least before the time
herein assigned, that they may appear at a Pro- (
bate Court to be held at said Portland, on the first !
Tuesday ui January next,at ten of the clock in the »
forenoon, and show cause if any they have, why
tlic same should not be allowed and accepted *
WILLIAM G. BARROWS, Judge. t
A true copy Attest: *
EUGENE HUMPHREY, Register. ^
dMUdjO * 1
Vermont Butter. J
ty TUBS Prime, for sale br
J F WEEKS A CO.
II. H. II A Y,
JUNCTION OF H|| AND MIDDLE STS.,
Fine Chemicals, Pure Drugs,
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN PERFllERY,
AND FANCY GOODS.
APOTHECARIES' GLASS WARE. FOREIGN
LEECHES. SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
TRUSSES, SUPPORTERS, BRACES,
ELASTIC STOCKINGS, fc.
VARNISHES, PAINTS, OILS,
KEROSENE OIL, LARD OIL,
And all other articles usually kept in a Drug and
rr state Agent for DAVIS fc KIDD'S MAG
NETO-ELF.CTKIC MACHINES. eodfcwtoctl
I EARNESTLY caution all young men suffering
from Nervous Debility, 4c., against endangering
their health by patronizing any of the advertising
quacks. You can fally recover by the methods used
by the Advertiser, and ty hundreds of others, add
15 50 othkr way. Read a letter which I will send
you if you will send Bvi a postpaid envelope bearing
your address. Direct to
EDWA RD H. TRAVER,
ocl6d4w3m Lock Box, Boston, Mass.
Eclectic TIediral Infirmary.
DR. HUGHES particularly invites all Ladies who
need a medical adviser, to call at his rooms. No.
6 Temple Street, which they will find arranged for j
their especial accommodation.
Dr. II.'s Eclectic Renovating Medicines are unrival
led in efficacy and superior virtue in regulating all
Female Irregularities. Their action is specific and
certain of producing relief in a short time.
LADIES will find it invaluable in all cases of ob
structions after all other remedies have been tried in
vain. It is purely vegetable, containing nothing in
the least Injurious to the health, aud may be taken
with perfect safety at all times.
Sent to any part of the couutrv with fall directions,
by addressing I)K .HUGHES.
No. 5 Temple Street, corner of Middle, Portland.
N. B.—LADIES desiring may consult one of their
own sex. A lady of experience in constant attend
DR. HI ORES'
Eclectic Tledical Infirmary.
Established far the treatment qf those diseases in
both seres, requiring Experience, Skill, Honor and
PRIVATE CONSULTATIONS.—Dr. Hughes has
for a number of years confined his attention to
di*ea.-es of a certain class. During his practice he
has treated thousands of cases, ana in no instance
has he met with a failure. The remedies are mild,
aud there in no interruption of business or change of 1
diet. Dr. Hughes is in coustant attendance from 8
in the morning until 10 at night, at his office. 5 Tem
ple street. Charges moderate, and a cure guaranteed
in all case*. Separate rooms, so that no one will be
aeen but the Dr. himself. Ilia remedies cure disease
when all other remedies fail: cure* without dieting,
or restriction iu the habits of the patient; cures with
out the disgusting aud sickening effects of most other
remedies: cures new cases in a lew hour*; cures with
out the dreadful conMcqueut effects of mercury, but
is sure to annihilate the rank and poisonous taiut
that the blood is sure to absorb, unless the proper
remedy is used. The ingredients are entirely vegeta
ble. aud no injurious effect, either constitutionally or
locally, can Ik* caused by using them.
YOUNG MEN. who are troubled with seminal
weakness, generally caused by bad habits in youth,
the effect* of which are pain and dizziness in the
head, forgetfulness, sometimes a riuging in the ears,
weak eyes, etc., terminating in consumption or in
sanity if neglected, are speedily and permanently
All correspondence strictly confidential and will e
returned !f desired. Address
DR J. B. HUGHES,
No. & Temple Street, (corner of Middle),
CE^Send stamp for Circular. jull—dAwtft
DR. E. O. GOULD'S
Is the first and only remedy ever offered to the pub
lic for the effectual'removal of the Ascarides. or l*in
Worras. from the human system. The high reputa
tion it lias established iu the la*t two years, ana the
fact that it is fast sup -rseding all other worm reme
dic's. is the best test of its great merit.
CU*It affords RELIEE in twenty-four hours, and
an entire cure is warranted, when taken according
to directions, which accompany each bottle.
This Syrup i* also a most valuable family cathartic,
to be a!wa>* used when phvsic is required', especially
for children. It corieet* the secretion*, gives tone
to the stomach aud bowels, assisting nature in her
efforts to restore health. It is purely qf Vegetable
Extracts, and always setfe and reliable.
Sold in New York by Hall 4 Hire hkl.218Green
wich street; iu Boston by Gko. C. Goonwix 4 Co.,
12 Marshall street, and other Wholesale Druggists.
At retail by H. H. IIAY, Portland deefi 3m
EYE dr EAR WATER !
organ* of the human system are more impor
^ * tant to health and comfort than the Era and
Ear. aud yet uone are less understood or more neg
lected . They seem to pass even common observation,
aud 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
ful 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. g.
Humox, Pastor of the Broad Street Baptist Chnrch.
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. 1HG2.
From injuries received in my right eye, when a
boy, a chronic inflammation had been produced, in
consequence of which I suffered constant martyr
dom. Every moment of my waking life w as embit
tered, aud 1 was frequently unable to sleep at uight.
A variety of remedies had been resorted to with
out success, and 1 entertained the purpose, as a last
resort, of having the ball taken out of its socket, in
the hope of thus tiuding relief.
In the meantime, most providentially. I noticed
one day in a shop window a bottle of POOR RICH
ARD'S EYE WATER. I had never heard of it be
fore. but determined to try it. and did, with the most
lelightftil results. In a very few day* the painftil
irritation was removed; I could bear the strongest
light, and went 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 aunoy me, I give it a
lose, and that is an end of it. I would uot be with
>ut it for any amount of money. 1 take occasion to
lay. ftirther, that my wife used to suffer severely at
lines from protracted pain in aud over her eye , and
he has found Poou Richard's Eye Water a sov
ereign specific in her case, giving her almost instant
elief. (i rateful to God for the benefit that I have
►ersonally received, I cannot but commend the prep
.ration to all who have been sufferer* like myself.
P. S. HENSON,
Pastor of Broad Street Baptist Church.
Residence 14&) Poplar St., Philadelphia.
I# Numerous certificates of a similar character
sight be furnished.
Poor Richard'* Eye and Ear Water
» truly a Sovereign Kerned) for Inflamed and DIs
Med Even, Dim Vision and Weak Eye*. Deatheaa,
[Okie in the Head. Catarrh, Kheumatton and Neu
algia. with all kindred diseases. It is passed into 1
lie ear by a small glass tube, which, together with
ie Water, may be obtained at the principal Drug
tores in this city. l‘Kica la cists rin Bottle
vbee 6 Cent*.
II 11. HAY and W E. PHILLIPS. Wbohwalc I ,
.gent*. I 1
MRS. M.G. BROWN, Proprietor,
dov 13 dSra No. 410 Arch St., Philadelphia
The great unequalled Preparation* for
Keaterln*. Intifomil.,,, Iienuilfying
and ilreMiac the Hair,
Kenderlng It soft, silky and glossy, and disposing it to
remain in any desired position ; quic It cleansing the
scalp, arresting the foil and Imparting a healthy and
natural color to the Hair.
it mm raita
To Restore tlriy Hair
its Original Youthful Color
\\ vs wot u Mvyc,
Btit acts directly Bpon Hie roots rf the Hair, firing
them the naturnl n«url-hn.« nt n ouired. i reducing lLa
same vitality and luxurious quantity as in youth.
Toy Tiivd-vcs vv\\A CVvvXAvcw
Whose llalr requires frequent dressing the Zvlobal
s&mutn has no equal No lady's toilet
is complete without it
Bold by Druggists throughout the World.
PRINCIPAL SALES OFFICE
DR. H. I. BOYNTON,
Electropathic Phyiician and 8nrgeoa.
RESIDES! E A5D OFFICE
No. 30* Congress Street, Portland, Me.
Where he will treat all claioee of Disease,
JB^5*> by application of Electricity and the most
DISEASES OF THE EYE AND EAR.
Dr. Boynton’s operations and cores on these deli,
cate organs have In-en most successful, and many of
them of a remarkable character. Dr B. having tent
ed the advantages of Electricity for the poet fifteen
years, upou thousands of patients in I'hiladclphia
and other cities of the United states, is prepared to
tree all disease* of whatever nature with unrivalled
success. The following are among the diseases which
Dr. B. has been eminent!* successful in treating
Catarrh, consumption, chronic catarrh, disease* of
the throat, ulceration, asthma, bronchitis, disease! of
the lungs in all their forms, gravel in all Its forms
diseases of urinary organs, diabetes, incontinence of
the urine, dropsy, blindness, amaurosis, cataract
scrofulous-ophthalmia, ulcers of long standing, mer
curial sores, tumors, scrofula in all its forms, cancer,
erysipelas, diseases of the skin, canker, piles, hemor
rhoids, liver complaint, dyspepsia, diseases of the
kidneys, stone, kc . ail spinal diseases, cnrvatnres,
hip diseases, sciatica, neuralgia, rheumatism in all its
lorms. dealiies#. muscular, contraction, white swell
ings. all uterine weaknesses, leueorrlwea. floor albns,
whites, tits. To the above might be added a long Hat
of diseases which Dr, B has treated with count suc
cess. Ail FEMALE COMFLAI.VTS treated with
sneeess. care and strict attention
D. B. has many testimonials of Important recover
ies under bis treatment, which can be seen by calling
on him at his rooms.
IF Dr. Boynton, having (kill instruction from Dr.
Colton for penevofinp and admirielrrtng Ike .Vi
troni Oxide, nr ErhUrrating Coe. is now ready to
administer this Has to those who mav wish to inhale
it for the cure of Neuralgia, Diseased Lungs, kc.
not® dkw 6m*
TODD’S LIT SOLIS
THE market has been flooded for years with differ
ent article* called Hair Dye*, which have never
satisfled the expectation* of purchasers The xa
flu* ultra has been reached at last in TUDD‘8
HAIR DYE, and the article has given entire satis
faction to every person who has ased it It contains
no injurious ingredients, and give# the hair a beauti
ftil rich brown or black color. Directions for using
—which are very simple—accompany each bottle.
One saperiorttv of Todd's Lux Solis Hair Dye over
all others is, too do not have to cleanse the hair or
wash it before or after using the dve, and there ia but
one kind to be used, and that can V put on the same
as oil and water, without any trouble, unlike all oth
er dyes that have two or three different kinds to be
applied every time used This dve la peculiarly
adapted for coloring ladies' hair, because you do not
have to wash out the dye after putting it on. Unlike
all other dyea, it will eolor long hair, which other
dye* cannot do. Hive this new article a trial, an wa
know you will nse no other after once using this.
L# For sale only at
TODD’S HAIR-DRESSING ROOMS,
No. 74 Middle, corner of Exchange Street.
The Great Indian Remedy
FOB FEMALES. J
DR MATTISON'S INDIAN EXXEKAGOGF1
This celebrated Female Medicine,
poMessiug virtues unknown of any
thing else of the kind, and proving
effectual after all other* have failed,
is designed for both married and sin
gle ladies, and U the very best thing
known for the purpose, as it will
bring on the monthly sickness in cases
of obstruction*, from any cause, and
after all other remedies of the kiad
have been tried in vain.
OVER 9000 BolTLKS have now
been sold without a single failure.
when taken as directed, and without
the least injury to health in any case.
lT"It is put up in bottle* 01 three
different strength*, with foil direc
tion* for using, aud sent by express,
closely staled, to all parts of the country.
/’JI/fT.wull strength. 910; half strength, 96;
quarter strength. 98 per bottle.
XT'RF MEMBER-This medicine is designed ex
pressly for obstinate cases, which all other remedies
of the kind hare failed to cure; also that it is wwar
ranted as represented in every respect, or the price
will be refunded.
t*~BF WARE OF !MI TA TIOSS! None genu
ine and warranted, unless purchased directly rf Dr.
.V ut hi* Rrmedial Institute for Special fH senses,
No. 28 Union street. Providence. R. I.
EFThi* Specialty embrace* all diseases of a pri
vate nature, both or MEN’ and WOMEN, by a reg
ularly educated physician of twenty years’ practice,
giving them hi* whole attention.
E7*~< onsuitatioii!. bv letter orotherwis are strict
ly t>>nddential,nod medicine* will be sent by express,
secure from obserration, to all parts of the United
Mate* Also accommodations for ladies from abroad
wishing for a secure aud quiet retreat, with good
care, until restored to healtn.
CAUTION.—It ha* been estimated that over fir©
hundred thousand dollars are paid to swindling
Suack* annually. in New England alone, without any
ructU to those who pay it. All this comes from
trusting, without inquiry, to men who are alike des
titute of honor, character and skJI, and whose only
recommendation is their own false and extravagant
assertions, in prai*e of themselves. If, therefore,
you would avoid being humbugged, take no man's
word, no matter what his pretensions are, but
MAKE INQUIRY it will cost you nothing, and
may save you many regrets; for, as advertising ph>
sicians. in nine cases on. of ten, are bogus, there to
no safety in trusting any qf them, unless vou knew
who and what they ire
Sr Dr. M will send free, hr enclosing one
stamp a* above, a pamphlet on DISEASES OF WO
MEN. and on Private /Hseases generally, giving foil
information, with the most undoubted re/krences and
testimonials, without which no advertising phvsician
or medicine of this kind is deserving of AST COS
tP" Orders by mail promptly attended to. Write
vouraddress plainly, aud direct to DR. MATTISON'.
i* above. dec* ly
Town Holes and Orders,
ASP ALL OTHER E1XDS 09
Neatly and Promptly Executed
Excursionists visiting the island*.supplied
with store* at the shortest notice.
80 Psrs Street wear feet ef Exchange.
CALDKRWOOD k BECKETT.
Portland. June 98 * 4tf
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