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_POETRY.
Be Patient.
“And ye now, therefore, have sorrow; but I
will see you again, and your heart shall rejoice,
and your joy no man taketh from you.”
Cometh sunshine after rain;
After mourning, joy again;
After heavy, hitter grief,
l)raweth surely sweet relief;
And my soul, who from her hight
Sank to realms of woe and night,
Wingeth now to heaven her flight.
He whom this wofld dares not face,
Hath refreshed me with his grace,
And his mighty hand unbound
Chains of hell about me wound.
Quicker, stronger leaps my blood,
Since his mercy like a flood,
Poured o’er all my heart for good.
Bitter anguish have I borne.
Keen regret my heart hath torn,
Sorrow dimmed my weeping eyes,
Satan blinded me with lies;
Yet, at last, I am set free;
Help, protection, love, to me,
Once more true companions be.
Ne’er was left a helpless prey,
Ne’er with shame was turned away
He who gave himself to God,
And on him hath cast his load;
Who in God his hope hath placed,
Shall not life in vain outwaate;
Fullest joy he yet shall taste.
Though to-day may not fulfill
All *hy hopes, have patience still;
For perchance to-morrow's sun
Sees thy happier days begun.
As God willcth, march the hours.
Bringing joy again in showers,
And whate’er wc ask is ours.
When ray heart was vexed with care,
Filled with fears well nigh despair;
When with watching many a night
On me fell pale sickness' blight;
When my courage failed me fast,
Camest thou, my God at last.
And my woes were quickly past.
Now as long as here I roam.
On this earth have house and home.
Shall this wondrous gleam from Thee,
Shine through all my memory.
To my God I yet will ding,
All my life the praises sing,
That from thankful hearts outspring.
Every sorrow, every smart.
That the Eternal Father's heart
Hath appointed me of yore.
Or hath yet for me in store.
As my life flows on, I'll take
Calmly, gladly, for his sake;
No more faithless murmurs make.
I will meet distress and pain,
I will greet e'en death's dark reign,
I will lay me in the grave
With my heart stiii glad and brave;
Whom the Strongest doth defend.
Whom the Highest counts his friend,
Cannot perish in the end.
From the I’rovidenee Journal, Feb. 2S.
Voice* of the Night in Camp.
The warm, murky day h;ul left uie with one
of those dull sleepless headaches,and at an ear
ly hour 1 sought to lose myself in repose.—
Sleep came not. The lirst hours, I reinemlier,
were full of ail-contused and martial scenes,
and 1 only sought to close my ears on them
and forget. One by one the drums ceased
to roll; the tone of the distant bugles died
on the air; the hum of voices grew .fainter
and fainter; the lights in the tents went out,
and all was still. But, O, what a stillness!—
A stillness peopled with every sound. Vague,
clear, distinct tones came fro n every quarter,
in every key, iu every moment. It seemed to
me as lor hours 1 lay awake to it, that there
was not the hundredth part of a second that
was uot pierced by the voice of some animate
or inauimate tiling. Thinking of it iu the
light of that night's experience, it does not
seem so strange that tile old worshippers fan
cied that the spirits of the night, iu their fran
tic and fantastic hours and moods, sang and
spake so as to be overheard by human ears.
The grim sentinel on his heat passed to and
fro a tew leel from my head, and the dull
•ouad of his foot became monotonous. The
occasional approach of a tardy soldier would
call forth his quick, sharp "Who goes there?”
‘Frieud.” “Advance, triend, with the coun
tersign.” The poor delinquent being uupro
vided, then rings out "Corporal or the guard!
post No. 5.” From |>ost to post the call is re
peated, till presently all is quiet again. In a
moment the time bell on the distant gunboat
* strikes its sharp, clear "ding, ding,” and like
an echo it goes from boat to boat, till it goes
the round of the fleet. "Is this the surgeon's
tent?” “No; down the line.” Theremustbe
something wrong at the stables, I think. Soon
the thumping and saddling is over. "Bow,
wow, wow.” That is from the big. black dog
at the mansion over the Held. That keen,
hoarse, snappish "yeak, yeak,” must come
from some mean-looking, curly cur. That lit
tle, plump, sharp "bow, bow, bow,” is from a
smooth, well-bred, good-natured dog.
Thai cracked, screaming, outlandish bark,
nnwriteable and unrepeatable, is evidently
from an unfortunate dog with cropt ears and
a dirty, shaggy coat, who goes on three legs,
and. while unable to do his part of dog-work
by day, wishes, in the voices of the night, to
be represented in the eloquence of cur-ology.
“Clink, clink, clink, clink,” as the feet of the
panting horse go by, suggests that perhaps the
“Rebs.” have attacked the outpost. Then
comes the chirp and scream of bug and bird.
“Bang.” Who tired that inusket? My com
rade in the next tent must lie better off than
poor 1, by the wav he snore* "Fire, fire. Are.” j
That is the New York fireman in Company 11,
dreaming. “Seesaw, seesaw.” That is the
limb of the old elm, graling against the roof
of the cookhouse. That locomotive must he j
bringing in the relieved guard, stationed up
tile railroad. "Toot, toot, toot.” There, the
steamer Is in. We shall get a mail now.— j
“Thump, rattle, rattle.” There goes the top :
off the stove pipe on the surgeon’s lent.— I
“What's that, Stephen?” "Don kno, sir, gess
sombody run 'giust de cord ob de tent, sir.”—
That cavalry bugle must lie from some I
guard relief. "Flap, flap, flap.” "Stephen,
are you sure that the pins are all fast, so that
they wont blow away ?" “I tried 'em all, sir,
and l reckon dey he all tight, sir.” “Patter,
patter, patter.” How quick a shower does !
eome up here in the south ? “Tick, tick, tick.” j
It does seein to me that my watch never tick- j
ed so loud before. Thet*! I cant turn but my
rude bedstead will screech like a spirit. “Cor- j
poral of the guard, post No. 8, double-quick V 1
This is tbe postmaster's step, lie is if after
MIC 111 All, BU AS Ml HA VC II IUI 1 1IC UGVS III LHC
morning. It seem* to me I never knew the
wind to blow so. I don't know but the tent*
will have to go pretty soon. “Turn out the
guard for the grand rounds ! There comes the
general officer of the day! Turn out! Come,
be quick! Hurry upr* The clatter of hoof*
tells me that he has gone toward the 4oth
Massachusetts. “Yell, scream, haloo, hang,
slam-baqg.” Guess the boss arc rather unruly
ill the guard-house to-night. Mayhe they
know where the hospital whisky went that
turned up missiug. “Who comes there?" "I
only wanted to know if yawed seed my man
Ben, round dish’ere camp?” Ifthe music an
animal makes, corresponds to the size of his
body, how much larger these frogs must be
than those in the north. I’ll warrant that
mouse is eating a hole into my truuk. Won- i
d«r what key that Jack’s voice was tuned on? |
“Ding, ding, ding." Those gunboats must be a
noisy place to sleep in. The crickets chirp a*
though they were beut on Hooding the ear of
night. What kind of a creature can that be
that haa that little mite of a voice, and speaks
forty times In a minute, so mellow and soft
and sharp ?
Probably I was nervous, but then in one
minute a hundred distinct, unnameable sounds
would chime in, in strange and unutterable
harmony. It was not a song, and yet there
were voices, loud, echoing and eloquent. It
was not a tune, and yet every key was touched,
and scales far above and below the written'
throbbed and vibrated with unutterable pulsa
tions of tone and harmony. It was a soul
wandering astonished through the gorgeous
echoiugs of dream-land, and yet. I solemnly
aver, I was wide awake. It was a tide of
sound,with ten thousand currents'rushingthro’
the narrow gorge of every minute. Of one
thing I am sure, the unnumbered and innumer
able voices of the night In camp have an ex
pression. a pathos, an eloquence and meaning
of which I never dreamed till my nervous
night awoke me to them.
A Watery Sermoj*.— Mr. Buckle, in the
curious notes to bis second volume, has a story
about a certain Rev. Mr. Thomson,whose serm
ons used to last commonly for two hours; and
In whose praise it was eaid.by one of bis admir
ing auditors: “Our minister has an awfu’ pour
o’water; for he grat, and he swat, and he spat,
q ui t* extraordi na’!”
STEAMBOATS._
Portland and Boston Line.
THE STEAMERS
Forest City, Lewiston and Hontreal
j "wnai Will, until further notice, run as
1_.By y - V" follows:
Leave Atlantic Wharf, Portland,
every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday, at 7 o'clock P. M., and India Wharf, Boston,
ever)- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday, at 6 o'clock P. M.
Fare in Cabin.#160
” on Deck. 1.26
Freight taken as usual.
The Compauy are not responsible for baggage to
any amount exceeding #60 in value, aud that person
al, titiless notice is given and paid for at the rate of 1
one passenger for every #600 additional value.
Feu. 18. 1863. dtf L. BILLING#, Agent.
Portland and New York Steamers.
SEMI-WEEKLY LINE.
The splendid and fast Steamships
"CHE.SArF.AKE," Capt. Wii.lktt,
and "PARKERSBURG,” Captain
iioFFif an, will, until further notice,
run as follows:
Ieoave Browns Wharf, Portland, every WEDNES
DAY. aud 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 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
Rooms,
Goods forwarded by this line to and from Montreal,
Quebec. Bangor, Bath, Augusta, Eastport and St.
John.
Shippers are requested to send tlielr freight to the
si«*amers asearly as 8 P. M., on the day that thep
leave Portland.
For freight or passage apply to
EMI-JIY k FOX, Brown’s Wharf, Portland.
H. B. ( ROM WELL k CO., No. 86 West Street,
New York.
Dec. 6.18 >2. dtf
HOTELS.
BLACKSTONE HOUSE,
' 118 Hanover Street.Bouton.
f Formerly Mannion H<m*t—conducted on
I_1 the European plan. The subscriber has
leased the above House, and newly furnished it
throughout. 1 he House is now open to the public.
dec27 A. P. MORRISON, Proprietor.
“EEifl HOUSE/*
THE undersigned respectfully informs the
public that he has leased the above House,
on Federal Street, Portland, id invites
the travelling community to call and see if
lie knows "how to keep a hotei.” Clean,
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 busine** or pleas
ure call them to the "Forest City.”
JONATHAN BLISS, Proprietor.
Portland, Aug. 19. 1862. dtt
HATH ftOTEL,
By O. M. I* LIT M M K V.
886, Wahhihotok St., Bath.
1_1 -.-Term, 81 per day. Stable conne.' a
with houae.
Bath, Jane 23,1861. dtf
SAG.4DAHOCK HOUSE,
Alfred Carr, ■ • proprietor.
BATH* MAINE.
)! THE City of Rath to one of the healthiest
localities on the coast of Maine—delightful
ly situated on the Kennebec, twelve miles
from the sea. and affords one of the most
nviting retreats from the dost and turmoil of our
large cities.
The Sat. ADA hock 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, Poet Office, Custom House, Ac., being di
rectly in the busiuess centre of the City.
Terms Modrmir by the Week ar Day.
Bath, June 23. 1862. dtf
CENTRAL HOUSE,
E. G. Mayo, .... Proprietor.
PA88ADUMKEAQ, MAINE.
|TH E subscriber would very reapectftilly an
nounce to his numerous friends, ami the
public generally, that during the temporary
_^compulsory suspension of his business he
rarnfobed this well-known bouse anew, and to
now better than ever prepared to wait upon hto cus
tomers. and hopes by strict attention to their wanta
to merit a continuance of the patronage which he has
hitherto received. E. G. MAYO.
Passadumkeag, June 28,1862. dAwtf
MISCELLANEOUS.”
American and Foreign Patents.
R. II. EDDY,
SOLICITOR OF PATENTS,
Late Agent of V. S Patent OMce, Hashing ton,
(under t %e Act of 1837.)
76 State Street, opposite Kilby Street,
BO STON.
AFTER an extensive practice of npw'ards of twen
ty yea s,continues to secure Patents in the Unit
ed .States; also in Great Britain, France, and other
foreign countries. Caveats, Specifications, Bonds,
Assignments.and all Papers or Drawings for Patents, •
executed on liberal terms, and with despatch. Re
searches made into American or Foreign works, to
determine the validity or utility of Patents or Inven
tions—and legal or other advice rendered in all mat
ters touching the same. Copies of t he claims of any
Patent furnished by remitting One Dollar Assign
ments recorded at Washington.
The Agency to not only the largest in New Eng
land, hut through iltoanentors have advaiitag s for
securing Patents. oMmcertaiuing the patentability of
inventions, unsurpassed by, if not immeasurably su
Verior to, any which can be offered them elsewhere.
he Testimonials below given prove that none to
MURE SUCCESSFUL AT THE PATENT OFFICE
than thesubscrit»er: and as SUCCESS 18 THE BEST
PROOF OF ADVANTAGES AND ABILITY, he
would add that he has abundant reason to believe,
and can prove, that at no other office of the kind
are the charge# for professional services so moderate
The immense practice of the subscriber during twen
ty vears past, has enabled him to accumulate a vast
collection of specification* and official decisions rela
tive to oatents.
These, beside* his extensive librair of legal and
mechanical work**.and full accounts of*paten's grant
ed in the United States and Europe, rende him able,
beyond question, to offer superior facilities for ob
taining patents.
All necessity of a tourney to W'ashiugton, to pro
cure a patent, and the usual great delay there, are
here saved inventors.
TINTIVOSIl LS.
"I regard 31 r. Eddy as on# of the most m/table and
$ucce*\fut practitioners with whom I have bad offi
cial intercourse.” CHARLES MASON,
Commissioner of Patents.
“I have no hesitation in assuring inventors that
they cannot employ a person more etanpetrnt and
truettrorthy, and more capable of putting their ap
plication in a form to secure for them an early and
EDMUND BURKE,
Late Commissioner of Patents.
"Mr R. H. Eddy has made for me THIRTEEN ap
plications. on all hut OVX of which patents havebeeu
granted, and that is note /n ruling. Such unmistak
able proof of great talent and ability on his part
leads me to recommend all inventor# to apply to him 1
to procure their jiatnuts. as they may be sure' ot hav- ;
ing the most faithful attention I**! owed ou their !
cases, and at very reasonable charges "
JOHN TAGGART.
Dnring;eight months, the subscriber, in course of
his large practice, made on /trice rejeeted annliea
lions. SIXTEEN APPEALS. EVERY ONE of which
was decided in Ais/aror, Dv the Commissioner of
Prteuts- R. II. EDDY.
jan8eodIy
Rail Road Ronds.
HOLDERS of the second mortgage Bonds of the
Kennebec and Portland Railroad Co.. with all
the interest coupons thereon due on the 16th of Oc
tober, 18*12. are hereby requested to deposit the same
in my hands, for which receipt# will be given and
hereafter exchanged for certificates of stock in the
Portland ft Kknnkbf.c Railroad, (a nc»c organ
ization.) as soon as the books and certificates can he
prepared, in accordance with a vote of said Compa
ny, Nov 8. 1*52. J 8. CUSHING.
Trea-urer Portland ft Kennebec Railroad.
Augusta. Dec. 18. 1882 decl8 dtf
NOTICE.
Internal Revenue Stamps.
A FULL supply of all kinds of Stamps for sale at
mv office, No. 92 Commercial street; and the
public will be expected to use them on and alter this
date. (January 1. 1883.)
When sold in *urn« less than one dollar, payment
required in Postal < urrency.
Office Hours—9 to 12j AM; 2 to 4} P M
NArU L J MILLER, Collector
Janl2 dtf 1st District State of Maine.
Eclectic Medical Infirmary.
to theTadies.
DR. HUGHES particularly invites all Ladies who
need a medical adviser, to call at his rooms. No.
6 Temple street, which thev will find ^arranged for
their esiwcia! accnmniodatinu
?r H Eclectic Renovating Medicines arc unrival•
le<l in efficacy and superior virtue iu regulating all
Female Irregularities. Their action is specific and
certaiu of producing relief in a short time.
LADIES will find it iuvaluable 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, and may be taxon
with perfect safety at all times.
Sent to any part of tha country with ftiJI directions. 1
by addressing f>R HUGHES. !
No. 6 Temple Street, corner of Middle, Portland.
I N B —LADIES desiring may consult one of their
own sex. A lady of experience in constant attend
I xnce. JulldawtfS
THE MARKETS.
Portland Wholesale Prices Current.
Expressly corrected for the I’kkbb to February 26.
An additional duty <i
10 Pc is levied on all nu r
chanuise not imported di
rect from the place q/'pro
duct ion or growth.
Ashes.
Duty : 10 pc ad vat.
Pearl p tb.84® 8j
Pot.7kg 8;
Apples*
Green pbbl.16001 7t
Sliced p !b.6j« Oc
Gored p tb.64 ,afi
Uncored p lb.2){g 8
Bread*
Duty: 80 pc.
Pilot p 100 lbs .. 96 @ 6j
Ship. 6 1® 5)
Crackers per bbl.. 8)(a4
Crackerr, p 100 . 86 g40c
Batter*
Ihity : 4c P lb.
Family p tb.22 024i'
Store.16 igl7
Ueaas*
Marrow p bush92 5Og2 62
Pea.2 62 a, 2 75
Blue l'od.2 37 a2 62
Caudles*
Duty : Sperm and H’«jr8c.
Stearins 6c, Tallow 2)c
p lb.
Mould p lb.13)0014
Sperm... .32 036
Cheese.
I>uty : 4c p lb.
Vermout p lb... .12 <013
Couutrv.11012
Caal—(Retail.)
Duty : From fir. Provinc
es free, other foreign Hi
turn* nous 91 10, all oth
er kinds 60c P ton.
Cumberl’d p ton.9100
W hi teas h.10(«
Lehigh.100
Franklin. 100
CodTee*
Duty : 6c P lb.
Java p lb.86 038c
St. Domingo.80 031
Rio .. .33 0 ar)
Mocha.Kone.
Csrdage*
Duty Tarred2]c, Manil
la 2k, all other 84 p lb.
American P lb. 16 al6{
Russia Hemp.1® 0194
Manilla..17)018)
Boltrope, Russia. .19 020
do. Manilla. 2(Xg20)
Cemeat*
p bbl. 91 4001 46
Drugs a ad Dyes*
Ihity: p Vt>—Oil t'inna
mon 92. Oil Almonds and
Otto of Rose 91 50, GH
Rergamot, t'assia and
(lores 91. Hydriod/tle
Potash 7hc,(,antharides.
Mastic, Ipecac, Rhubarb.
Cardamons, Oil Lemon.
Anise and Orttnar, lo
di nr 60c, Tolu and ( Ytide
OmpiorlDc, Refined do.
40c, Tartaric AcidfiOc,
(Yearn Tartar, (H trie
Acid, Shellac, Copal,/ta
rn ar and Gums used for
like purjntses 10c, Ab*es,
Verdigris, ('hlorate of
Potash, Carb. Magnesia
6c. Roracic Acid, Yellow
Prussiate Potash and
Red do. 10<^XtOMorirs,
Oxalic AciB^fha Sugar
of Lerui 4c. Asphaltnm
ana /**-» nr». m'mwh or,
.Sago lie. Fpsom Stilts.
Liguortce Root, Bi-Carb.
Soda, Caustic Soda lc;
('astor Oil HOC P gaL,
Morphine ¥2 p *>i., P
um »10c |> cirf., tCopperas
60c P re/., Muriatic Ac-j
id 10 pc ad t o/.. Spong
es, Assafartida, Isin
glass. Flor Sulphur.Sen
na, Arrowroot, Ginseng
2" pc. Bleaching Pow
ders 30c p etc/., .Sag*.
60c p rirr., ,9a/ .Soda and
So*!* Ash 4c p lb, Crude
Brimstone 33 and /?o/f
do. 30 p ton, Alcohol40c
p ga/.
Alum p lb.4 6c
Aloe*.30 ® 37
Arrow Koot.17 <a>40
Borax.80 ®33
Brimstone (roll). 44® 6
Bi-Carb Soda.6j ®7
Sulphur.0 a 6$
Sal Soda.8j a. 4
Camphor.1 30 a 1 86
Cream Tartar-36 w82
Log wood ex. 14<® 16
Magnesia .2H a8t'»
Indigo, M la. fine 31* a 2
Madder.17c a IS
Opium. flOa
Rhubarb.200® 226
Alcohol.110® 1 26
Fluid.1 36 tfl 60
Camphrne.8 76a 3 80
Saltpetre.12 <®26
Vitriol.16 ®16
Dfrweadt.
fluty ■ Free.
Harwood.2j®
Bra ill Wood_13 ®
Camwood.4b® 4J
Fustic. Cuba.2it®1
“ Savanvilla 2 <a2i
Hypemic.4j<® 6
Logwood,
l ampcachy.24® 24
St. Domingo.2® 2j
Extract I-ogwood 13 ta 14
Nic Wood. ®
Teach •• .3Ja 44
Ked « . 8}® 34
Sapan ** . 2 ®
Quercitron Bark. .21® 2)
Ked Sanders.3 a, 0
Dark.
fluty : 8) Pc ad raJ.
Havens. .66c®)
Portland. No. 3 1 10®
“ No. 10. M2 ®
Navy, S’r, No. 3 1 «©
“ “ No. 10 SO
Tent Duck,
U.S. 10oa.66 (8)
12 oz .76 ®
Feathers.
fluty . 80 pc ad ral.
Live <«eeae p lb 60 ®66
Ku*«ia.26 «,
Fisk.
fluty : For 100 Tbs fareign
caught — Herring 9 1.
Mackerel 92. Salmon 98:
and all other pickled in
bids. 9\ bO & bbl., other
wise 60c P net. From
Prori a res free.
Cod large p qut..86®6|
“ small. 8fa 4
Pollock.2 J a 81
Haddock. .1*« l|
Hake.1 76a2 00
Herring.Shorepbl 4 g A)
do. labrador . none,
do. Scaledpbx 8f>®36c,
do. No. 1.20 a 26
Mackerel p bbl.,
Bav No. 1.#12 a 121
Bav No. 2.KVa K»j
Bay No. 3.0 (A, ftj
Shore No. 1 .... 13$ a 14
44 “ 2.»@»4
do. (mnlium). .6 ® 6»
do. (small).8(a, 3i
Fruit.
Urinatin' and Plantain*
2't pc md ml , Almond*
4c, and Shelled do. 6c p
ft. XutB and Date* 2c
P ft, (Arrantt. Fig*.
Plum*, Prunes and fiat
sin* 6c p ft, dtron y*
|>c ad rat.
Almonds—.Iordan p ft.
Soft Shell.20 >«2\?c
Shelled. *80
Currants.1&§ 16,
Citron.44 a4ii
Pea Nuts. 8«2J
Figs, common.... none.
New Eleme.18ca. 22
[MOM, pt»ox..S8I$$]
Oranges— Messina. 8] «3j
Rafting
Blue pcask.164 a 16
Black .*9" 'n lo
Bunch p box 4 l<»a 4 16
Later.4 25(a 4 3*>
Dates.7 n 9c
Prunes.8^'cl 10$
Flonr—Portland iusp
Superfine.... 87 26a 7 50
Fancy.7 60*7 75
Extra .8 00*8 37
Family.8 50 oA 76
Extra Superior 9 OOa9 60
Western extras 8 12a8 60
•* family . 8 26a 9 00
“ superior 8 87 a 9 00
Ohio extra .. .8 26«A 50
" family...8 75*9 00
Canada super No 1 «<***,
BtLouiiFavBrndslO '*fli
Southern III.do do '• a 1 •
Petapsco Family, .lli'&il)
Rye Flour.4 * 4}
Corn Meal.4J* 44
Buckw’t FIT p ft 3Jcft4j
Grain.
Duty : Com and Oat* 10c.
Rue and Par ley 15c. and
Wheat 20c P hu. From
Pr. Provinces free.
Rvc.96*1 00
Oats.60 *62
SouthYel.Corn.. 1 Qw 106
Corn, Mixed. ...1 00al 06
Barley.1 Ofi&l 20
Shorts p ton. ...823 a^
Fine Feed.27 (*80
G rindstoafs.
Duty Hough—free.
Rough. P ton. .*. .820*26
Dressed.36>*40
Gunpowder.
Duty : Valued at less than
20c p ft 6c. orer 20c 6c
P ft and 20 pc rut ral.
Blasting.86V* 6
Rifle and Sporting .6)@ 8|
liny.
Preaas’d P uetT.814 ®16
Loose. .18 *16
Hides and Skins.
Dufy • 10 pc ad val.
B. A. Hides 80 @81
Western.21 * 22
Slaughter Hides 6V*7*c
CalfSkins.11*18
Calcutta Cow
Slaughtered. . .190*210
Green Salt.186*200
Sheep Pelts, Gr’n.96® fli
Sheep Pelts, Dry [email protected] 00
Hop*.
!>uty : 5c f> lb.
First Sort, 1862. .14 @16
Iron.
Ihity : Pig and Stamp 86,
! Bar not exceeding 860 p
j ton value 817 ton, ex
ceeding 860 4> ton 818,
less than 1 inoh thick >tr
more than 7 inches wide,
rounds less than 1 inch
j or metre than 4 inches in
j diameter, and squares
i less than i inch or metre
than 4inches square 820,
Railroad 812 60, Boiler
ami Mate 826 4> ton.
Sheet [email protected]}c p fb and
[email protected] 4* ton.
Cominou.4fa44
“ Refined 4j @5
Swede.7 @ 7J
[email protected] 8
Cast Steel.26 @28
German Steel.... 17 @18
Kng;)ish|Rlis.Steel.20 <a21
Soring.12 a 14
Sheet Iron, final. .7 @8
Sheet Iron,Russia. 10 a 22
do Rus irut 13}@16
lard.
Barrel, 4> [email protected]
Kegs, 4> lb.11} ftl2c
Leather.
Ihity : 30 ad ral.
New York, light 30 (a32c
do. md. wts.. .82 @33
do. heavy.82 @33
do. slaughter. 34 @38
Amor. Calfskins. .81 @ 91
Sl'ter Wax Loath. 19 @ 20
Lead.
Ihity Pig 11c Ip lb.
Am. Pig 4> 100 tb.89]@ 10
Foreign [email protected] 10
Sheet and Pipe.. 11 @11$
Linar.
Ihity: 10 |*c ad ral.
Rockland, cask 75 @80c
Lumber —From yard.
Clear Pine, No. 1.838 @
do. No.2 34 %
do. No. 3 24 @
do. No. 4. 14 @
Shipping Lumber. 17 @18
Spruce.11 @12
Hemlock.8 @10
Box Sh'ka,(cash) 46 @58c
< lapb'ds, S ext .814 @16
do. P “ . 30 a 32
Sbiuglea, Ced. ext [email protected] 8
do. •• No.l 2 @ 2j
do. ext. Pine 34 a. 4
Laths. [email protected] 25
do. Pine.1 [email protected]~ 2 00 !
Red < >ak Staves . 80 @86
Mol. 11 hd. Shook a
A Heads,city [email protected] 76 I
Sugar dv. city. 2«2«.2,76 !
do. do. c’try.l [email protected] j
Green Co’▼ aa'd 1 [email protected] 20 !
Country Riff Mol.
11 lid Shooks.. 1 36(5 1 60
[email protected]
(loops.830 @36
Hark metack Tim
ing. |> tun.10a 16
Ylaln*«rt.
Ihity : 6c 4> oal.
Cirnfiiegs, old—none.
Trinidad,old. .. .42 a 44
Cnha nlat i.H »!,< ■»»: _ O"
do. rfo. tart. 34a34$
do. Muscovado 88 (a40
New Orleans.
Port landSyrup.hhd*.none
do. bbls 31
Nail*.
fhity: rWllc. Wrought2c,
Assorted 3c p lb.'
Haak *5 00 cash.
Naval Storm.
Duty : Turpe nfine. Bonin,
Pitch, 7Vir20 prodra/.,
S. Turpentine 16c Ip gal.
far (foreign }p bbl *134 14
Hitch (Coal Tar) #4* 4$
Rosin..18 ®2o
rurpentincpgal 886*3 76
Oakum.
fhity: Fret.
[email protected] 91
Oil.
fhity : Sperm, Whale and 1
other Fink (HU if for- ;
eign fisheries 20 f»c ad i
ral.. Linseed, Hsmpseed I
ami Bapeseeif 23c p gal., j
(Hive 23c. Salad 60c,
Faint, Seal and Cocoa
nut 10c p gal.
Horlland kerosene
llluniinat'g Oil 60 4 66c
Machine.80 1* 82
Harlne.
Sperm Winter . [email protected]
Whale, ref. Wint 1' «6« 1 08
do. Prude.1 <*>*)
Lirand Bank and
Bay Cbaleur. *26 429
Shore..24 428
Unseed.*184-4167 I
Boiled. 1 t'Sa 1 7(i !
Lard Oil.1 0841 10
Olive Oil.1 86a 1 82
Castor Oil. 286(4240
Neats foot Oil. ...115*126
Oaiaaa —
P bbl.*3 0243 76
P bush. 1 86*1 46
Paiatn.
fhity (hi White Li ait dry
or ground in oil and Bed I
Lead *2 40 p 100 lbs.
Litharge 24c, Oxide if
ifinc 2$c p lb, Frussian
Blue, Vermilion, Chnone
Yellow, Venetian Bed 26,
Spanish Brown dry 20,
in oil 8(1 pc ad ral., Yel
low and other OekrrthOc
p 100 lbs, Paris White |
dru 60c, in oil *1 60,
Whiting 60c p 100 lbs
H’tHd Lead, inoil.*11$ 4
Lewi* Lead, " .. (q 12$ j
lioston Lead, ** .. ta 12 1
Kreuch Zinc, " .. l<*«lo$
Ainer. Zinc. ** . 8 461
Rochelle Yellow. 3 * 31 :
Kng. Veu. Had... 3 4 3$
Litharge..1144
Red I-cad.lli»
Planter.
fhity Free.
I’er ton SoH ... 2 Sfi£)50
Hard.2 00 a 2 26
• round...600*626
Pravlnioan.
fhity Beef and Fork lc, |
Lard, Bacon and Hams
2c, Butter and Cheese 4c
h go Mess Beef.*12 *14
Portland do. . 12«al3
P’tPd ext. do. 14 a 14$ i
I’ork, extra clear 194420
fork, clear.18.419 j
i’ork, mess. I6v4 17 1
I’ork. extra do ... 14* a 16
i’ork. Prime. 13*414 |
lx Prime.14] a 15
Round Hogs. 7’a 7$
Hams..9 «l«»c J
'Itv Smok'd Hams.9$*lo j
Pradaee.
Reef p qu’r p lb .7$ (4 8
bigg*, pdox. . .. 15 416 !
I’otatoe*. pbbl.tl 4<*q 1 60
hicjyn^.104 12
.7 4 9
i urKieer.12 (a 14
• .9 a 14)
Fmu.Site 7
tickles, p bbl_98't® 9
K Ire.
Duty: Cleaned lie, Pad
dy )c p lt>.
Wee p lb.Ag 84
’ortland distilled 70 a73c
Snlrratn*.
(aJeratu* |> lb.7f<g 8c
Salt.
fhity In bull: 18c. and in
bay a 24c |> 100 lbs.
fuik's Is., i> hhd
(8 bus ).93 nOqS 26
Liverpool..3 OOp 25
adit.none
jacks Salt.none.
ir'd Butter Salt. 22 g
Starch.
'*u/y 20 |>c ad rat.
'ear!.6lg8
*r»tato.4 <*- 44
Shot p 100lbs 99fdlA
[>rop. 9111 a 12
Ituck. 12s 124 j
Soap.
Duty 36 f*c ad rat.
Leafhe ft Gore’s, Trow
bridge ft Smith's Ex
tra No. 1 p lb .. .9Kaj 9)
Family do.8j« 84
W 1.. 1
K-agle Noft_
■Star.
’ ‘astile.
frane's.
Spice*.
Duly dinger Root 5c, 1
dround dinner 8c, Pep
per and Pimento 12c,
Clorea I5c, Cassia 10c,
Cassia Ruds 20c. Cinna
num 26c, Mare and Nut
megs 30c lb.
f'aasia p lb.47 g48c
Ploves.38 (q40
[linger, (Race) .. .86 ^3fi
linger. (Africa) 36 «36
Mace.83 a 90
Nutmegs.93 -a96
Pepper. 28 a 30
Pimento.24 g26
Seed*.
Duty : IAnseed 16c p bu.,
Canary 31 |>6u., Mus
tard 3c p lb.
Herds Graas, .. 83a 3 26 !
Western |Clover. .12 a 13
Red Top.93is 84 i
Linseed.3 g |
Canary.4|g 44 !
Satfar.
Dufy : Metadolc,not\abore
No. 12 24c, above No. 12
and not above 16 3c,a6ore i
No. 16 and not above 20
84c, above No. 20 and re- I
fined 4c l> lb.
2'ortland A . none.
do. A A.11 (g
do. Yellow—none.
Extra Yellow.none.
Muscovado. llgllj
do. in bond 9 g 10
Havana Brown . Ilfgl24
do. White.. . 13 j It 14
New Orleans.12^14
Crushed.16
Granulated.16 wl6i
Powdered..16(^16}
Tallow. ,
Duty: Taliowl pc, Soap j
Stock 10 k*c ad val.
American reiim-d S|# 9c
Hough.6*(ft fi
Tens.
Ifuty • aoe t> lb.
[email protected]»l
Young llysou... .76 (ty 1
Oolong .76 #86
Souchong.60 co.66
Tobncroa
Duty: Leave* unmanu ac
tured 25, alt other kind*
35 |>'c ad val.
6’*A 10’* beet br’ds.TO (5375c
do. medium .66 aO
do. common. 60 caiS2
ball lb* best br’da.78 (k80
do. med. good.66 ik70
do. common ..ftliota
Natural l^eaf, Rm.91 ® 1*
Fancy, in Foil.ltfk q
Tin* ***
Duty : Pig 15c, Plate* 26
ad val.
[email protected] 62
Strait*, cash.48 a60
Plates-Char. I.C. 9154 a 16
do. « I.X. .lHal9
Coke.12k 12 4
Wood.
Hard, retail.97 @8
Sort. •• [email protected]
Twin..
'XHy 36 |>c ad vat.
Cotton bail.96c(trl00
Flax “.60 (a 65
" Baleing.60 «,66
Hemp “ ... .46 <% 60
India. 25-33
Vnr ninh.
Furniture.f2 ® 8
Poach.8{w 6
bamar.4 {aj
Wool.
/hit y Costing 18c ft
and under 5 fr>c. over 18c
to 24c |> ft 8c, over 24c
9c ** ft
Fleece.46 @55c
Lamb*.46 :ot63
Zinc.
Ihity: /n blocks or pigs
l$c, in sheets 2c ft,
manufactures of 30 jfc
ad val.
Pig* and slab*.5|@ 54
Sheet .V^olinanD. 11 j ail
Sheathing.90 ®
Exchange.
London—60 a. 1 7.Val 80
Pari*./3 15(g.3 20
_MEDICAL._
jgjJlS THERE |p
in
tWK
R L D’8Vv-^w
HAIR RESTORER
AND
ZYLOBAL8AMUM ?
C owvwwcvwtjf
Rev C A BUCK BEE.
AtoUtant Tretuurr Amriran Bible Union, Y. F City,
writes: “I very cheerfully add my testimony to
that of nhmermtt friends to the great value of Mrs.
8. A. Allen s World t Hair Restorer and Zylooals^
mom ”
Rev WM CUTTER. N Y City : " My hair is changed
to its natural color, and growing on bald spot."
Rev J. If CORNELL, N Y. City: "I procured It
fora relative The falling of the hair -topped, and
restored it from being grey to Us natural and >eau
tiful color.”
Rev J WEST. Brooklyn. LI: “I will testify to
their value in the m »*t liberal sense. They haa a
restored my hair where it was bald, and, when*
grey, to it- original color **
Riv A WEBSTER, Boston, Mass : “I have used
them with great effect. I am now neither bald
nor grey. My hair was dry and brittle; it is now
soft as in youth.”
Riv. H V. DEOEN, Boston, Mass : «* That they pro
mote the growth of the h ur where baldness Is, I
have the evidence of my own eyes."
Sold by Druggists throughout the World
PRINCIPAL SALES OFFICE,
dec 10 eod&w6m2B
[Copyright secured.]
The Great Indian Remedy
FOR FEMALES*
DR. MATTISOK'S INDIAN EMMENAGOGL’E.
This celebrated Female Medicine,
possessing virtues unknowu of any
thing else of the kind, and proving
effectual art* r all others have failed,
is designed for both m/irried and sin
ale ladies, and is the very best thing
known for the purpose, as it wifi
bring on the ninthly sickness in cases
of obstructions, from auy cause, and
after all..other remedies of the kind
have beeu tried in vain
OVER 2000 BOITLE8 have now
been sold without a single failure,
when taken as directed, and without
the least injury to health *« any case.
rr~It is put iip in bottles of three
different strengths, with fall direc
tions for using, aud sent by express,
cloKfly seat'd, to all parts of the country.
PRICKS—Full strength, #10; half strength, #5;
quarter strength. #8 per bottle.
17“ REM EM R Eli— Tk it medicine is designed ex
pressly for obstinate eases, which all other remedies
rf the kind hare failed to’emre; also that it is war
ranted as represented in every respect, or the price
wit! he refunded.
Hr RE WA RE OF lMl TA TIOXS ' None genu
ine and warranted, unless purchased directly of Or.
M. at his Remedial Institute for Special iHseases,
No. 28 Union street, Providence, R. I.
tyThia Specialty embraces all diseases of a pri
vate nature, both of ME> and WdMEN. by a reg
ularly educated physician of twenty )ears' practice,
giving them his whole attention.
fir Consultations by letter or otherwise are strict
ly confidential,and medicines will be seut by express,
secure from otjsen'ation, to all parts of the United
States.' Also accommodations for ladies from abroad
wishing fora secure and ouiet retreat, with good
care, until restored to liealtn.
CAUTION —It has beeu estimated that over two
hundred t^Rhmtnid dollars are paid to swindling
quacks annimW> , in New Eugland alone, without auy
benefit to those who pay it. All this comes from
trusting, without inquiry, to men who are alike des
titute of honor, character and sk.Il, aud whose only
recommendation is their own false and extravagant
assertions, in nrai»e of themselres. If, therefore,
you would avoid heina 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; tor. as advertising phy
sicians, in nine ca>es ou. of ten, are bogus, there is
no safetv in trusting any of them, unless you know
srAo and what tbev are.
iy Dr. M. will send free, bv enclosing one
stamp as above, a pamphlet on DISEASES OF WO
MEN, and on Private IHseases generally, giving full
information, with the most und/mbted references and
testimonials, without which no advertising physician
or medicine of this kind is deserving of AX Y COX
FIDEXCF WHATEVER.
£T"*°rderh by mail promptly attended to. Write
your address plainly, and direct to DR MAITISON,
as above. deed dawl> 30
1*00K RICHARD'S
EYE dr EAR WATER !
T^TO 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 seetn to pa**even common observation,
and yet even’part of the body is dependent nj>.n
them for life and health.
Poor Richard's Eye and Far Walrr
Is a new and rare discovery, which is most wonder
ful iu its operations, puttiug to blush the old systems
of treatment, which have quite as often done harm
as good. Below we give the certificate of Rev. 1*. 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, UW.
From injuries received in my right eye, when a
boy, a chronic inflammation bad been produced, in
consequence of which I suffered constant martyr
dom. Every moment of my waking life was embit
tered, and I was frequently unable to sleep at uight.
A variety of remedies had been 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 findiug relief.
In the meantime, most providentially, I noticed
one day in a shop window a bottle of PtXIR RICH
ARD'S EYE WATER. 1 had never beard ot it be
fore, but determined to try It, and did, with the most
delightful results. In a very few days the paiuful
rritation was removed; I could bear the strongest
light, and went forth to the eujoyment of a new life.
1 now keep a bottle of it always in the house, and if
ray eye seems at all disposed to annoy me, I give it a
dose, and that is an end of it. I would not be with
out it for auy amount of money. 1 take occasion to
say, ftirther, that ray wife used to suffer severely at
times from protracted pain in and over her eye-, and
she has found Poor Richard'* Eye Water a sov
ereign specific iu her case, giving her almost instant
relief. Grateful to God for the benefit that I have
personally received, I cannot but commend the prep
aration to all who havo been sufferers like myself.
P. 8. HENSON,
Pastor of Broad Street Baptist Church.
Residence 1430 Poplar St., Philadelphia,
trs timorous certificates of a similar character
might be furnished
Poor Rirhard’a Eye ami Ear Water
Istrulwa Sovereign Remedy for Inflamed and Dis
eased Eyes, Dim Vision and Weak Eyes, Deafness,
Noiseiu^he Head; Catarrh, Rheumatism and Neu
ralgia, with all kindred diseases. It is passed into
theearb) a small glass tube, which, together with
the Water, may be obtained at the principal Drug
Stores in this city. Prick 25 cents per Bottle.
Tube® 6 Cent®.
H H. HAY and W. F. PHILLIPS, Wholesale
Agents.
MRS. IN. G. BROWN, Proprietor,
nov 13 d6m No. 410 Arch 8t., Philadelphia.
BUSINESS CARDS.
Removal !
The undersigned has removed his Office to
No. 166 Fore St., bead of Long Wharf,
Where he is prepared to write any amount of
Marine, Fire and Life Insurance,
that may be wauted.
J. W. IUINGEK.
jau7d3m
COAL & WOO.D,
CHEAP FOR CASH,
DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY.
SPRING MOUNTAIN LEHIGH,
HAZELTON LEHIGH.
COLERAINE LEHIGH,
LOCUST MOUNTAIN,
JOHN'S,
THE GENUINE LOBBER Y,
Pure and Free Burning.
CUMBERLAND COAL
FOR SMITHS' L'SE.
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 Soil Hood.
The public arc requested to call, aa we are deter*
miued to gIre good bargaiu, to tboee who pay caeh.
Office, Commercial St., head of Maine Wk’J.
SAWYEK & WHITNEY.
JnlSltf
MACHINERY,
Steam and Cias Fittings, Ac.
THE subscriber would inform his friends and the
public, that be may be found at
3 7 UNION STREET,
(until his shop is rebuilt,) ready to answer any orders
for steam, gas and water pipes.
Steam and Gas F.tting** of all descriptions.
Will also attend to fittiug the above for steam or
g is.
Orders received for Pattern making, and Steam
and other machinery. Hollers, W%ter Tanks, Ac.
Will devote his personal attentio i to arranging
and setting Engines, Hoilers, Shafting, on reasonable
IRA WINN. ASrai.
declC dtf
Marble Work.
J. K. THOMPSON,
Is prepared to receive orders for
Marble, Free Stone, Soap 8tone,
Marble Chimney Piece*. Monumental Work and
Grindstones.
C.rarr *f Pearl a ad Federal 9«a..
_ Jr23tr PORTLAND, ME.
MAWE AGEACi
— AMD —
Soldiers’ Relief Association.
No. 27* F Street,
Communication, to be add reared to
J. W. HATHAWAY,
Maine State Agent. Washington, D. C
oc21 tf
ALBERT W«BB A €Om
- DIALERS 1* -
Corn, Flour and Grain,
HEAD OK MERRILL'S WHARF,
Cmwrelel Street. - - I'.rtlaad, Me.
_ Jtflttf
ARMY AND NAVY
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT,
- »T
A. D. REEVES, — — — Tailor,
#8 EXCHANGE STREET,
Portland. An*. 6, 180. d,y
i. dTmerkill a CO.,
PLUMBERS,
No. 27 Union Street, Portland, Me.
Water Closets, Urinals, Force and Suction Pumps,
Bath Boilers, Wash Bowls. Silver Plated 4 Brass
Cocks, gf all kinds constantly on hand.
WWm All kinds of fixtures for hot and cold water
set up in the best manner.
All orders in city or country personally attended to
I. D. MERRILL. JOHN BOND. S. D. MERRILL.
aug4dly
GARDINER A BROWN,
At 63 Middle Street,
Opposite the Custom House,
Have on hand, and are daily receiving the lat
bst and most desirable styles of
CLOTHS, OVERCOATINGS,
Fwi«7 Doeskin* and Caasimereo.
ALSO, A FULL STOCK OF THX
Latest. Styles of
RE ADV-n ADE CLOTHING,
Gentlemen’s Famishing Goods,
which we will aeli at pricea to aait the timea.
Portland. Not. 1». 1868. dtf
WOODMAN, TREE * CO,
Importer,and Wholtval. Dealer,in
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
IA.NIFACTIRIRS AND JOBBERS OF CLOTHINC,
Nos. 54 and 56 Middle Street, Portland.
Geo. W. Woodman, Alfred Woodman,
Seth B. Uersey, Charles Bailey.
augtOdkvtf
FAIKBA AKft’
Standard.
SCALES.
These celebrated Scales are still made by the orig
inal inventors, (and only by them.) and are con
stantly receiving all the improvements which their
long experience and skill can suggest.
They arc correct in principle, th<yroughlg made,
Sr the best nuitrrials, and are perfectly accurate and
arable in operation.
For sale, in every variety, as
Hay, Coal and Railroad Scales!
BUTCHERS’. GROCERS’. DRUGGISTS’. CON
FECTIONERS’ and GOLD
SCALES!
Beams, Weights,&c.,&c.
With a complete variety of
WEIGHING APPARATUS,
-BY -
FAIRBANKS A BROWN,
118 Milk Street—corner of Battervmarch Street,
1 ‘oston.
8old in Portland by EMERY k WATERHOUSE.
od&
Real Estate at Auction.
WF. shall sell at public auction ou Tuesday,March
17th, at 8 o'clock P. M., ou the premises.House
No. 4 Brown Street, uext to Dr. Gilman's on Free
and Brown street. It i* a three story wooden hou*e,
with basement—nearly new. built and finished of
best material and in the most faithful manner, ('on*
tain* 18 room*—has a natural spring of pure water
! in the basement, and a large brick cistern in the cel*
lar. There i* a cemented floor under the whole house
with cemented dram* into the city sewers. There is
a coal hole under the sidewalk, holding 10 ton*. The
House is well calculated for two tamilies. It is now
occupied by Dr. Foster Tbe location is ceutral—in
one of the best neighborhoods iu the city ; the bouse
new and iu fine order, and the property every way
desirable for occupancy or investment. Can b© seen
at any time before the sale. Title undoubted. A
large part of the purchase money can remain on
mortgage.
HENRY BAILEY k CO., Auctioneers.
feb21 U2aw2wthenedts
tiikoi <;h tickets
TO NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA. BALTI
MORE anil WASHINGTON, and to all part, ol
the WEST and SOUTH and NORTH WEST, via all
lb. moat popular route, and at the lowest Ho,ton
rate,, for .ale by W. D. LITTLE, Agent.
Ont.a. dtf office 81 Exchange St.
Book, Card & Fancy Printing
NEATLY EXECUTED
AT THE OFFICE OF THE PRESS.
RAILROADS.
KENNEBEC AND PORTLANDK.R.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
~TZ$ZrZ35r\ On and after Wednesday, Nov. l&th,
1862, passenger trains will leave as fol
Augusta for Bath, Portland and Boston,at 10.46 A.
M., connecting at Brunswick with the Androscoggin
Kailroa«l for Lewiston. Livermore Falla, Wilton and
Farmington
Lnve Portland for Bath and Au,uit» at 1.U0P M.,
eonupctiua with the A iidriwcftjnrin train, at Brun,
wiek for Lew Won, Livermore Fall., Wilton and Far
mm a to ti; and at Au,r»,ta with the .Somenwt k Ken
nebec Railroad for \amalboro-, Watervllle Ken
dall, Mill. and Skowhegan; and at Kendalpi Mill,
with the Penobscot k Kennebec Railroad for Burn
ham. Pittsfield, Newport aud Bangor.
Tickets sold in Boston for all the stations on tha
Kennebec k Portland. Androscoggin, and Somerset
k Kennebec Roads
F'or Bangor and Stations on the Penobscot k Ken
nebec Railroad, passengers will purchase tickets to
Keudall’* Mills.
STAGE CONNECTIONS.
Stages leave Bath daily at 3.00 P. M., for Wiscas
set, Damariscotta, Waldoboro', Warren, Rockland
aud Thomaston.
Leave Augusta for Belfast, at 4.00 P. M., or on ar
rival of of train from Portland.
B. H CU8HMAN,
Manager and Superintendent.
Augusta. Nov. 15. 1862. novl8
York A Cumberland Railroad.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
[Ol fin »nd Monday, November 10,
trains will leave as follows, until ftirther
orders:
8 80P° m V*r f°r 1'ortl*”d *’ 6 36 »“d » 1& A. M. and
I wSd R°l?'“if0r 8“° Ril"»' 8 00 A- *- *"d
The2.00 P. M. train ont, and ths 915 A. M train
into Portland, will be freight trains with passenger
cars attached. ■
.Stages connect at Saccarappa daily forSouth Wind
ham, Windham Centre aud Great rails.
At Gorham, for West Gorham. Htandish, Steep
Falls, Baldwin. Hiram. Limiugtoit, Brownfield,
Fryeburg, Conway, Denmark, Lovell, BrkJgton,
Ac.. Ac,
At Buxton Centre, for West Buxton,Bonny-Eagle,
South Limiugton, Limington, Ac., Ac.
At Saco River, tri-weekly, for Hollis. Limerick,
Ossioec, Newfield, Parsonsfield, Fl/Tingbam.I reedom,
Madison, Eaton, I imington, Cornish, Porter, Ac.
*>ov 13 _ DAN CaKPF:NTF:R. Sup't.
AlfDiHWCOGGIN RAILROAD.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
CBB— <>n and after Monday. Mav 6. 1862,
^■r^^Htraiiis will leave Portland for Lewiston
uud Farmington via Brunswick, at 1 P. M.
L*ave Farmington for !>>wUton. Bath and Port
land. via Brunswick, at 9 15 A. M.
Leave !>>wiston 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 Tnesdavs, Thurs
days and Saturdays, for Livermore. Canton, Peru
and Dixfield ; returning opposite davs.
Stage Ifaves North Jay for Fjbst Dixfield. Dixfield,
and Weld, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays;
returning opposite days.
Stage leaves Farmington .or New Vineyard. New
Portland and Kingfield, on Wednesday's and Satur
days, returning on Mondays and Fridays.
Stages leave F'armington daily, for Strong, Avon
and Phillips.
Passenger* tor this route will take the cars at the
Portland, Saco A Portsmouth, or Kennebec A Port
land Depots, iu Portland. S. W. EATON, Sup't.
Farmington May 6. 1«62 jnne23dtf
GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY.
Notice to Wood and Lumber Kler
cba.ui.
FROM November 1st, 1861. to May 1st, 1868. the
rates of freight on all descriptions of lumber
, and timber will be advanced 26 per cent.
No tise wood will e couvej ed between October 1st,
1862. and May 1st. 1 03.
An advance in tie rates of fire wood will take place
next summer, but id consequence of changes in the
arrangement for conducting the wood business, which
are about to be made, the Company will not be able
to take fire wood from certain places on the line, so
that should any parties make contracts for lire wood
to be carried o the rail wav during the next season,
they roust und rstand that they willdosoat 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 station* tire wood can be carried next
summer.
C. J. RRYDGE8. Managing Director.
Montreal. August 1. 1862. afidtf
THROUGH TICKETS
To Chicago, Cinc innati, Clivbland, Detroit,
Toledo, 8t. Paul. La Cromk, 8t. Louis,
New Orleans, or any pert of the
WEST, SOUTH OR WORTH WEST,
ST THI
ERIE. RAILWAY.
Via Burr a ^o, Dunkirk, Ago Niagara Falls.
This road is broad ouagr and la provided with
New and Splendid Bleeping Cars.
fcV-Ticket* sold in Portland at lowest Boston rate
by
W. D. LITTLE. Accent,
Offer 81 Exchange Street.
t‘4T You can save money by securing tickets at this
office.
June 13. dawtf
DR. HIGHER’
Eclectic Medical Infirmary.
Established /nr the treatment q/ those diseases tn
both sexes, requiring Experience, Skill, Honor and
delicacy.
PRIVATE CONSULTATIONS.—Dr. Hughes has
for a number of years confined hi* attention to
disc**** of a certain class During his practice he
. has treated thousands of cases, and in no instance
| has he met with a failure. The remedies are mild,
j and there is no interruption of business or change of
, diet. Dr. Hughes is in constant attendance from 8
in the morning until 10 at night, at his office. 6 Tem
file street. Charges moderate, and a cure guaranteed
n all cases. Separate rooms, so that no one will be
; seen but the Dr. himself. Ilia remedies cure disease
! when all other remedies fixil: cures without dieting,
I or restriction in the habits of the patient: cures with
out the disgusting and sickening effects of most other
remedies; cures new cases in a few bourn; cures with
out the dreadful consequent effects of mercury, but
is sure to annihilate the rank and poisonous taint
that the blood is sure to absorb, unless the proper
remedy is used. The ingredients are entirely vegetx
ble. and no injurious effect, either constitutionally or
locallv. can be caused by nsing them
YOUNG MEN. who are troubled with seminal
weakness, generally caused by bad habits in youth,
the effects of which are pain and diuiuess in the
head, forgetBilness, sometimes a ringing in the ears,
weak eyes, etc., terminating in consumption or in
sauitv ‘if ueglected, are speedily and permanently
cured.
All correspondence strictly confidential and will •
retnrned ‘f desired. Address
DR. J. B HUGHES.
No. 6 Temple Street, tcorner of Middle),
Portland.
g^*8end stamp ter Circular. Jull—dfc wtfS
DK. E. G. GOCED’S
UPin-'W'orm Syrup
Is the first and ouly remedy ever offered to the pub
lic for the effectual’removal of the Ascaride*. or I*in
Worms, from the human system. The high reputa
tion it has established in the last two years, and the
fact that it is fast sup rseding all other worm reme
dies, is the best test of it* great merit.
|T*/f affords RF.LIEt 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 lie always used when phvsic is required, especially
for children. It corrects the secretions, give* tone
to the stomach and bowels, assisting nature in her
efforts to restore health. It is purely q/ Vegetable
! Extracts, ami always sa/e and reliable.
. Sold in New York by Hall k Kuchrl.818Gr#
wich street; in Boston by Geo. C. Goodwin k Co.,
: 12 Marshall street, and other Wholesale Druggists.
Sold in Portland by U. 11. UAY and all the princi
pal Druggists dec6 3m
TODD’S LUX SOI IS
HAIR DYE!
THE market has been flooded for vears with differ
ent article* called Hair Dves. which have never
satisfied the expectations of purchaser*. The nb
! rLua ultra has l*eeu reached at last In TODD’S
HAIR DYE. and the article has given entire satis
. faction to every person who has used it. It contains
no injurious ingredieuts. and gives the hair a beauti
ful rich brown or black color. Direction# for usiug
—which are very simple- accompany each bottle
One superiority of Todd's Lux 8oli* Hair Dye over
, all others is. vou do not have to cleanse the hair or
; wash it before or after using the dve, and there is but
1 one kind to be used, and that can oe put on the same
as oil and water, without any trouble, unllko all oth
er dves that have two or three different kinds to be
applied every time used. This dye is peculiarly
adapted for coloring ladies’ hair, because you do BOt
have to wash out the dye after putting it on. L nlike
allotherdyfw.lt will color loug hair, which other
dyes cannot do. Give this new article a trial, as are
know you will use no other after once using this.
BT For sale only at
TODD'S HAIR-DRESSING ROOMS,
Mo. 74 Middle,corner of Eichange Street.
•eptlfitf
Dissolution of Co-partnership.
WE, the undersigned, have this day by mutual
couseut dissolved partnership
I STEVENS, BIBBER k CO.
I Portland, February i, 1868. fcb6d3w
MEDICAL.
SPEER'S S t uni c I WINE.
PURE, A.ND FOUR YEARS OLD,
Of Choice Oporto Grape,
FOE PHTPICIAX8’ TP*.
For Female*, Weakly Person* and Invalid*
K

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£ g
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1 £
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99
Every family, at this season, should use the
SAMBUCI WISE,
celebrated in Europe for its medicinal and beneficial
qualities as a gentle Stimulant, Tonic, Diuretic, and
Sudorific, highly esteemed by eminent physicians,
used in European and American Hospitals, and by
some of tlm first families in Europe and America.
AS A TONIC
It i as no equal, causing an appetite and building up
the system, being entirely a pure wine of a most val
uable grape.
AS A DIURETIC,
It imparts a healthy action of the Glands, Kidneys,
and Crinary Organs, very beneficial in Dropsy,Goat
and Rheumatic Affections.
SPEER’S WINE
Is not a mixture or manufactured article, bat is pure,
from the (nice of the Portugal Sambuci grape, cultl
vated in New Jersey, recommended by chemists and
physicians -J possessing medical properties superior
to any other wines in use. and an excellent article fbr
all weak and debilita ed persons, and the aged and
infirm, improving the appetite, and bcnefittlng ladles
and children.
A LADIES' WINE,
Because it will not intoxicate as other wines, as it
contains no mixture of spirits or other liquors, and is
admired for its rich, peculiar flavor, and nutritive
properties, imparting a healthy tone to the digestive
organs, »ml a blooming, soft and healthy skin and
complexion.
WE REFER TO
a few well known gentlemen and physicians who
have tried the Wine
Gen Winfield Scott,USA. Dr Wilson, 11th at., NT.
Gov. Morgan, NY State. Dr Ward. Newark. S. J..
Dr. JK.Chilton,N.Y.City. Dr Dougherty, Newark,
Dr. Parker. N. Y. Citv. N.J.
Drs.Darcr A Nicholl.S'ew- Dr Marcy, New York.
ark, N.J. Dr. f uromings.Portland.
Dr. Hayes, Boston.
ry~None genuine without the signature of “AL
FRr.I) SPEER, Passaic, N. J.,” is over the cork of
each bottle.
Or*MAKE ONE TRIAL OF THIS WISE.
For sale by Druggists and all first class dealers.
City and town Agents supplied by the State Com
missioners.
A. SPEER, Proprietor.
VI5KTARD—Passaic, New Jersey.
Office—906 Broadway. New York.
JOHN LA FOT, Paris,
Agent for France and Germany.
Boldin Portland by H. H. HAY.Druggist, Supply
Ing Agent. __da«M Sij
H . H. HAY,
i
JUNCTION or FREE AND MIDDLE STS.,
-DKALKR IB
Fine Chemicals, Pure Drugs,
GENUINE MEDICINES,
HCL1SI. ruin ill AIIUCAI PIRTIIUT,
AND FANCY GOODS.
APOTHECARIES' GLASS WARE. FOREIGN
LEECHES. SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
TRUSSES. SUPPORTERS. BRACES,
ELASTIC STOCEINUS, fc.
VARNISHES, PAINTS, OILS,
AND DYE-STUFFS,
KEROSENE OIL, LARD OIL,
A,4 all other article* usually kept In a Drug iM
Paint establishment.
ST State Agent for DAVIS A KIDD’S MAO.
N CTO-ELECTRIC MACHINES. eodAwtoctl
RAIVASKASSRI
SOZODONT
XiSSSSH,
Hardening tha Cumi
PURIFYING the Breath, imparting (ulehgktfully
refreshing taste and feeling to the month, removing
all Tartar, Scarf, and other impurities, use of To
bacco, Ac., from the teeth. (\nnpletety arresting the
progress of decay, and whitening such parti a* have
already become blackened by decay. The Soxodoat
is perfectly free from all ACIDS and other impuri
ties which could have the least injurious effect on tbo
enamel of the teeth, and is prepared with great oare
and aoieutifle skill from a combination of material!—
every ingredieut of which is well known to have a
beneficial cflbct on the Teeth amt Hams.
One trial of the Soxodont will convince the moat
skeptical that it is a preparation of intrinsic merit.
A convenient, safe, ejlcacious Dentifrice—one that
should be in the poseeMion of every <>n« w*»° «ara*
for the preservation of hi» teeth.
Now used and recommended by many of the most
eminent /Heines. /Hntists. Physicians, Chemists,
amt scientific gentlemen of the day.
Sold by Dmggtits everywhere at 60 cents per bot
tle.
H. H. HAY, DRUGGIST,
Junction of Free amt Midi tie Streets,
AGENT FOR PORTLAND, ME.
Sold in Bath by Dr. S. Aboersox k Sob.
MALL k Rl'C'KEL.
frbieodSm* Sole Agent!, New York.
Gray Beards, Attend!
AFTER Twenty Year*' experience, and years of
experiment, I have at la*»t fouud the
Best Dyo I
For coloring llair iu the world. I say It boldly. aa4
mean It And sue ibrther. that If any one buys my
Dye and after trying, doea not like ft. I will refund
the money on returning me the bottle with on* hall
''Vdomlt'witb to sell it to any rebel, or rebel «ym
**Agent» can be supplied at wboleaalc price* by ad
dressing jOUj, „ TODD, Portland M*.
Oct. SS.dAwtf.

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