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• THE FOCTSTEFS OF DECAY. [The following is a translation from an an cient Spanish poem, which, says the Edinburgh Besiew, is supaised by nothing with woicn we are acquainted in the Spanish language ex cept the “Ode of Louis the Lion. ] Oh! let the soul Its slumbers break— Arouse its sen&es and awake, To see how soon Life, in its glories, glides away, And the stern ioolstei* o! decay Como stealing on. And while wc view the foiling tide, Down which our floating minutes glide Away hj fast Let us the present hour employ, And deem each luture dream a joy Already pa d. Let no vain hope dccoivc the mind— No happier let us hope to find To- morrow than to-uay. Our golden dreams of yore were bright. Like them the present shall delight Liio them decay. Our lives like hasting streams must bo That into one eiigmpuing sea Aro doomeu to fall— The sea of death where wares roll on Oj’r king and kingdom, mown and throne, Aud swallow all. Alike the river’s lardir ' Alike tho ham ole rir plot's glide To that »oi wave; Wi.hia tee Bravo. Our birth Is but a starling place— Lifj b tho ruining or the race, And death toe goal; There ail our glittering Joys are brought— Tho path alone of all unsought, Xs found of all. Pec, then, bow poor and little worth Arc »J the glittering toys of earth That lure u» beru! Drums of a sleep that death most break, Alas! before it bfds us wake, We disappear. Long ore the damp of earth can blight, The cheek’s pure glow of rod and wnite YonthsmliejJ'imJah'vas heavenly lair Age came ana i&id is liugei there, And where arc they? l Where is tho strength that spurns decay, The step that roved bd light and gay, Tue heart’s blithe tune? Tbe strength is gone, the step is slow, And jo? grow* wearisome and woe I YVfljii ago comes oat. Two iawyers in Lowell, returning from court the other day, one said to the other,— , “I’ve a notion to join Kev. Mr.-’s church; • been debating on the matter some time. What do you think of it?” “Wouldn’t think of It,” said the other. “Well, why?” “Because it could be no possible good, while it would be a great injury to the church.” “What is the reason that men never kiss each other, while the laille3 waste a world of kisses on feminine fuses?” said the Captain to Gussie the other day, up at Normal. Gussie cogitated a minute aud then answered, “Be cause the men have something better to kiss, and the women haven’t.” The Captain “saw it” immediately. A rural contributor says he has enlarged his establishment, and now keeps a head of oxen, a Lead of hen, while he is also trying to keep a-head of the times. Men are sometime3 accused of pride, merely becauie their accusers would bo proud them selves if they were in their places. LIFE, GROWTH AND BEAUTY. Mrs. S. A. Allen’s World’s Hair Restorer and Dress ing invigorate, strengthen and lengthen the hair. They act directly upon the loots of the hair, supplying re quired nourishment, and, natural color and beauty returns. Grey hair disap pears, bald spots are cov ered, hair stops'falling, and luxuriant growth is the re sult. Ladies and Children will appreciate the delight ful fragrance and rich, glossy appearance impart ed to the hair, and no fear of soiling the skin, scalp, or most elegant head-dress. Sold by all Drnggiits* Depot 198 & 200 Greenwich St. N. Y. Sept 27, 1865—d&w6m RIFLE SHOOTING! For Two Prize Rifles l DISTANCE 40 Rods. First Prize, at rest, a Pure Silver Mounted Telescopic Rifle, False Muzzle Starter, &c.y with fine Mahogony Case, formerly known as the Waterhouse Rifle, ma le by Whitmore, Mansfield, Mass., acknowldged to be tbe best Rifle In this State. • Second Prize, off-hand, Distance 126 yds, a Silve Mounted Rifle, with Starter, Leveller, &c.. built by O.Brow*.', Portland. Tickets lor sale at 114 Middle St., and Otis Brown, Union St. Due notice of place and time will be given. Sept. 19—eou2w NOTICE. THE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing be tween the subscribers under the name and style of J. G- TOLFORD & CO., is hereby mutually dis • jived. Either of the partners is duly authorized to use tbe firm name in liquidation. The notes ' nl accounts ol the late firm may be found at the Store of J. M. DYER & CO., No. 6 Wee street Block. * J. G. TOLFORD, T. B. TOLFORD. Portland, Sept. 8,1666. seplleod4w !Th. ditpee, PHOTOGRAPHER! MAY be found at No. 122 Middle Street, where he ie ready to wait upon any one wish ing for pictures of themselves or friends, at reasona ble prices, for as good work as is to be hod at any room in the city. Copying done of all kinds of pic tures, and worked up by a competent artist at the rooms. Especial attention paid io Childrens pic tures: also to pictures of sick or deceased persons out of town or in tho city. I have the old negatives of Mr. Morrison’s at my rooms, taken when he was in business; friends who hal them there will find them here, from which copies can be taken without recopying, at the lowest prices. The public are requested to call and give me a 1*y. as I am bound to make as good work as can be found’. An assortment of FRAMES, &c., will be found here. Patronage solicited. Card Picture* S3,00 a Dozen, as good as any one makes. CORNER of MIDDLE and UNION STS. Sept 1—d&w3m Howard gove&co., PRODUCE Commission Merchants, AHD WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Butter, Cheese, Eggs, Lard, Beaus. DEI ED APPLES, &c. ATo. 3 Lime Street, . . Portland, Me. Special attention paid to consignments of aU kinds of Produce. sep20dlyr ,a Steamer for Yarmouth. The steamer CLIPPER will leave Yarmouth for for Portland Tues Tay, Thursday and Saturday at 6 o’clock A. M. _ Returning will leave Portlanu Pier same day at 3} o’clock P. M. No freight r. ceived at Portland after 3 o’clock. Pare each way, 30 cents. sepl3itf Bank of Cumberland. r[E Stockholders of the Bank of Cumberland arc hereby notified that a dividend of five per cent. a?d now payable upon the sur TrZ? L° thV' ,9®^cates °f Stock In exchange foi rortlALd."* ** Th° CumberIand National Bank ol Poraand,Sept.iM9C5SA*llL SUAXj^StSt‘ W * m - Ksndav October 2. anf‘ to eorrene’er lie Certitcatesof life loti m6 r0?,,irc‘ jre and T, adc-rs Bank, ,n^e*£ fc «£§£ Bept. 27—dlw __ *' “Egfc, ForSaJeCheapT .Two second-hand FT rf h~ Xh ——viiA— Also, a lot of Hose suitable n Hand Fire Enginos. Aprilv to c . JJEKA BUSSELL, Oliiei Engineer Or A. P. Morgan, Chairman Committee on Port land Fire Department. juneieti French Fluting / French Fluting! /“I ALL and sec Samples at Mrs. S. SHEPPARDS . Vj 41 Preble Street. Notice one door below Oxford Street. Sept 2( —d3m* , Kindling Wood. F chlS,oaLtTftY0rTyS‘or'>*- A rabMltnt8for S«pt 13—dtw* * For Sale <tttd to Let. HOUSE FOR SALE, On Cumberland Street. The two-8tory BRICK HOUSE on.l (Ijj'llU Cumberland Street, corner cjoiney L JELL For particulars Inquire ol _ lOlllf C. FBOCTfflB Portland, Sept, 20-dSw Lt" For Sale or To Let. House oooup^^^1^ * “» •£* Ui;;: ner of State «■«*iJuvchaaOT Ht JSiiL Inquire at utTV^UNMUSi, Sept 29—d3w*_ Horse for Sale. A VALUABLE HORSE, 0 yw n).i, paHWtiy sound and kind; to be •ton m SMITH & UUUNH-VM**. Sept 27—dlw# 'lVu*4 writs. For Sale. THE desirable dwelling house No, .> Brackett St., adjoining tiio xualdsnou of J. t). Tolibrd, Esq. Lot -to by 120. Enquire of ■ * ' CHARLES PERRY. Sept ac—dtl Cor. Middle and Exchange Street. For Rent. ONE-HALF of the two story Brisk HOUSE, (with a front parlor from the other half J on cm - ner of India and Sumuer Streets, with plenty of hard and soft water, gas and fixtures, eement cellar, and good yard. Possession given Immediately. Apply at the house. sep27dlw*s Store to Let. THE Brick Store corner Commercial and Franklin Streets, at present occupied by Messrs. Jeffer son Coelidge & Co. Possession given Oct. 1st. „ x „ , , A. SC S. E. SREtlNO. Sept 27—dtf —- --- " --- Horses for Sale. AT the Railroad Stable on Spring street, several ^goodjHorses, suitable for work or family use. For Sale. VjSs^ A modern throe-story Brick House, No. 480 bfijli Congress Street. Lot 33x120 ftet, with a good „LiL stable; together wiyi o passaee In the rear of the lot. If not sold by Ihe 16th ol September, will bo leased for a term ol years. Inquire oi JOHN C. PROCTER, Lime Street. Portland, Aug. 26—dtf - * *• 1 Farm and Stock tor Sale. THE subscriber offers fer s le his farm, situated in Gray, one mile and a half from the oorncr. It contains about 57 act os ol land, divided into tillage, pasture and wood land. It has on it a story and a half house, well finished, and in good repair, togeth er with born and other usual out-buildings. There is a mill privilege on the farm, with a good supply of water. He will also sell a yoke of oxen, two cows, two ho ses, and c ther stock. Terms liberal. Enquire on the premises. GEO. DOLLY. Gray, Sept. 15, 1865—eod&w3m Streaked Mountain Place for Sale. mer boarding in the country. JJflpp house is situated at the foot ol the Mountain, and commands a view that tor natural loveliness cannot be I surpassed. It is 10 miles from Portland—15 minutes* ride from R. R. Station at South Paris. The form contains 150 acres—fine orchards—excellent water in house and barn. There is a valuable Mineral Spring near the house. This valuable property is now offered for sale. For particulars call at 83 Commercial St., or address J. A. KING, South Paris. Sept 1—deod&w4w* Valuable Farm lor Sale. The HOME FARM of the late JOSHUA E. HALL, of Gorham, Me., near Great Palls Village, con taining about ninety acres, well di _vidod Into wood, pasturage and til lage land; produces forty-flvo tons of hay. Land and buildings in excellent condition. A nesirable property and for sale on reasonable terms. Inquire of the subscriber, Or' of Mrs L. A. HALL on the premises. P. R. HALL, County Treasurer's Office, Portland, Me. August 8—d&wtf For Sale. A LOT of laud on Cedar St. Enough for three house lots, being a part of the “Foxeroft Estate.” Enquire of OREN RING. Sept 27—d3w To be Let. A POUR STORY BRICK STORE, centrally located on Exchange Street, suitable far a Wholesale Dry Goods business, or far the manufficture of Clothing, or of Boots and Shoes. Will be vacated this month or tiie next. Por further information Inquire »f DR. NEWTON, Office 115 Exchange Street, up stairs, or' of J. E. LOW, corner of Milk and Exchange Streets. Portland, Sept. 19th, 18G3. dtf To Let. ELEGANT Chambers tbr business purposes, wholesale or retail, in the new block, 147 Middle Street. For terms apply at HALL'S RUBBER EMPORIUM. Aug. 4-dtf House Lot for Sale. SITUATED on the corner of Deering and Henry Sts, 60 X,100 feet. Enquire of R. W. GAGE, * ■> july25 dtf if* 137 Commercial St. Real Estate for Sale. HOUSE and LO r No. 37 Middle Street, known as the Pay.son Hi'use. *-■ •»» House and Lot comer of Waterville and Shcrbrobk * Sts. Terms easy, to suit purchasers. _ Apply to W, Middle St. julylldtt --* Valuable Real Estate! FOR SALE. mThe finely located Real Estate, on the cor nerof State and Danforth Sts., Now owned and occupied by the subscriber. JAMES M. CHURCHILL. For particulars enquire of his Attorneys, Messrs. Declois & Jackson, 58 Exchange Street. July 6.—dtf _ Real Estate for Sale, In Cape Elisabeth. AVERY desirable residence in OSpie Elizabeth, one mile from Portland Bridge. The house is two stories, containing 13 rooms, closets, &c., all in complete order. Also well arranged Stable and out buildings. The lot contains 50.000 feet, and for beau ty of location isunsurpaesed in this ilcbitv. Term easy. For particulars enquire at Hits Co /lores* Sr., july25dtf Portland, Me. For Sale or to Let. THE new French Cottage, on the Cape Cottage rand, opposite Cnpt. Green Walden’s, containing fourteen rooms, with about seven acres of land. It is unsurpassed on the Cape. Enquire of A. STEPHENSON, Jy6—df 121 Commercial Street. To Let. LARGE CHAMBERS over llO and 112 Federal »t. Applv to Jefferson coolige & co., aplOdtt Cor. Commercial and Franklin streets. House Lots. TT'LEVEN House Lots, comprising 45,000 feet of XLi Land, on Emery, Cushman and Lewis st. far Bale by W. H. STEPHENSON. Portland, April 20,1865.—dtf To Rent. A TENEMENT centrally located, to atamily with out children, at one hundred and fifty dollars per year. Apply to P. S. W., Juneiatf No. 37J Middle Street. To Let op Lease for a term of Years. 3"1HE Store and Wharf now occupied bv Charles between Union Wharf and •rrill s. Tfco Wharf contains about 1500 square ft., with a two story building thereon, 20 hV 75. For fur ther particulars inquire of , JOSEPH H. WHITE, may25dtf No. 61 Union Whart. i—— -i----••• --r. • House Lots for Sale. SEVERAL finely located House Lots in Cape Ellai abeth, three minutes’ walk irom the Cape Bridgfc Inquire of E. N. PERRY, at the Sheriff’s Office, Port-1 land, where a plan ot Cape Elizabeth lots may he •eon. ffiaylJtf Decal comania, Decaleomanla! PICTURES transferred, with facility, at very l .w rates at No. 371 Middle Street, Payson’s 6 o k. Varnish, with printed directions tor using, lor 30 t*. per bottle. auij22dU Copartnership Notice. THE undersigned have this day formed a copart ners* under the style of S. R. JACKSON & SON. »5W^t??5|«<aeOALBUSINKSS S. R. JACKSON, Portland, June 12, ^OSCEOLA JACKSON. G-rand Trunk Railway. For Tickets to all points West & South West, APPLY TO THE General Western Ticket Office 00 Exchange Street. Faros from 84 to $7 lower via. the Grand Trunk Raihvay, than any other route to the West. E. P. BEACH, Gan. Act. 176 Broadway, New York. WM. FLOWERS. Eastern Afft., Bangor. E. EHIND EE, Agent, 00 Exchange Street, August 10—dfim PORTLAND. »“*, ha* '»ft my *H persons harborW • m7 consent, 1 forbid tor X wilt p»y JS bliL iur wntrrS W “y acCount' Sept :3—dlw* RUBIN COOK. Great Chance F0moneTblEnquife?f " *ny ■“*»• men to make Or write him tV^itWatervmJ** °*e Elm ^oulla> Sept HI—d«w* , I ^ • inrortne*. . 1 X 3* Ia TT ^ P CHARTER OAK Lift* lii.i»»« Company, M* LUtWO»<i>, CONN. lSVvO»Ac.f A A*. 1M0. d, (’, WALKLEY, President. Policies Issued on Life. Ten Year Non Forfeiture, and Ten Year Non-For feiture Endowment Plans. Losses Promptly Settled. THIS COMPANY HAS NEVER LITIGATED A CLAIM! DIVIDENDS ANNUAL. THE Dividend* of this Company are exactly what they appear to be, being payablo at the close of each Jcor, in cash when the Premium is paid in cash, and in cancellation of notes when notes are given.— On the payment of each renewal, commencing with the FIRST, a Dividend is faid, thus aiding the in sured in meeting their payments by an immediate return. Tbe advantages ot this system, over that of scrip Dividends without Merest payable in four oryire years, or “on rote of the Directors." are obvious. No other Company has ever paid a Divlueud in this wsy. The Dividends axe equal to those of any Lite Company. Those'intending to effect new insurance, or in crease existing policies, will do well to examine the merits of this Company. Information from official sources for the past or prooedii g yoar. cheerfully given. Office Ho. 64 Middle Street, Boom No. 1, S. H. McALPINE, State Agent far Maine. Aug. 20—dly TWO REASONS WHY THOSE WHO “A o t W isely” SHOULD INSURE THEIR LIVES -IN THE- — MUTUAL BENEFIT Life Insurance Co. 1st,-IT IS THE SAFEST! Because its net Assets exceed those of any Life Insurance Co. in the United States. 2nd,~mS THEOHEAPEST; Because it is paying bade to its members larger Dividends, and more of them, than any other Co. in the United States. The necessary rosnlt Is, rr costs LESS to Insure in it than in any other. $3“ Comparisons will Confirm these Facts. Those who really wish to know all the foots, vitally important to their oitm interests before paying out their money, arc invited to call at tills office, where every focility is cheerfully offered to understand the whole subject. WARREN SPARROW, State Agt. .FOB MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE. Central Office 30 Exchange Street. Portland, July 18,1665—dtt LITTLE’S FIRE AND LIFE Insurance Agency. Established in 1643. HTUIE undersigned having the Agencv of the follow -JL ing well-known, sound and reliable Companies, continues to issue Policies on Buildings, Mer chandise, and other good property against loss or damage by FIRE, at rates as low as other FIRST CLASS Companies, to the amount of So0,0GO if wanted, viz: Phoenix Insurance Company, OF HARTFORD, CONN. Cash Capital and Surplus, %1,000,000 Western Massachusetts Ins. Co. OF PITTSFIELD, MASS. Cash Capital and Surplus, 6250,000. City Five Insurance Company, OF HARTFORD, CONN. Cash Capital and Surplus, 6450,000. Merchants’ Insurance Company, OF HARTFORD, CONN. Cash Capital and'Surplus, 6350,000. North American Fire Insurance Co. OF HARTFORD, CONN. Cash Capital and Surplus, 6400,000. New England Fire Insuragce Co. OF HARTFORD, CONN. Cash Capital and Surplus, 6250,000. Atlantic Mutual Insurance Co. OF EXETER, N. H. capital, 6ioo,ooo. Particular attention given to the insurance of Farm Frojserty, City and Village Dwell ings, and Household Furniture, on ONE, THluJE, or FIVE YEARS, on very favorable terms. All losses equitably adjrsleu and promptly paid, as heretofore. Life Insurance Witv the Great MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK. Cash Assets, $14,000,000. Which, ab is well known, offers greater advantages than any other Life Oo. In this country. The rates of Premium are less than with most oth er companies, while the Dividends are larger, and the seourity greater than any other. Dividends declared annually, and may bo applied to the payment of tnture premiums, or to augment the amount insured. Policies with this company are constantly Increasing in value. All needihl informa tion olieerfully furnished on application to W. 2). LITTLE, Agent, Septfc^w31 ElChanBe S*" UpS,ai*8‘ Copartnership Notice. 'US S. RING and F. G. RICH, have this day formed a copartnership under the firm, name of KING & RICH, for the purpose of carrying on the HUNTING BUSINESS, in all its branches, at the office J-ufictioivof Free and Middle Sts.* (over®. H. Hays), where they will he pleased to re ceive orders from their friends and the public general AH orders promptly and personally attended to with neatness and disoatch, and at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. CYRUS S. KING, _ , FRANK G. RLjH. Portland, Sept. 13, 1365. eodSw $2,000 Reward! gTOLEN^fromme, night of lsth Inst., the following 3 Bonds, 6.20s, $1,0X1 Each, $3,000, 10 Bonds, 6-20g, 100 Each, 1 000, 2 Bonds, 7-308, 1,000 Each, 2,000, 2 Bonds, 7-30s, 600 Each, 1000, 5 Bonds, 7-30s, 600 Each, 2,5©o! $9,500 Among the Bonds Stolen were, $1,000 7-30 Bond No. 76,072, let Series. 1,000 7-30 Bond No. 75,007, 1st S"rios. 600 7-30 B nd No. 90,886. Ut Series. • 600 7-30 Bond No. 80,887, 1st Series. N, B.—The following additional numbers ot Bonds have been ascertained. $1,00 6-20 Bond No. 7571 1,000 5-20 Bond No. 14212 1,000 6-20 Bond No. 14243 1,000 6-20 Bond No. 25079 The above reward will be paid for their recovery and conviction of tho tliiei, or a proportion for what ever may be recovered. STEPHEN PATTEN. August 18—dtoctl look AJT THIS! great prices given -FOE Second-Hand Clothing, Of all descriptions, by WM. BROWN, No. 91 Federal Ftreet. kinds Cleansed and Repaired in «ood style, and at short notioc. Second-hand Cloth ing bought and sold. sept20dtf Board. T5UOM3 with Board can be obtained at the JUr ALBION HOUSE. August 16—d7w Railroads. MAINE CENTRAL RAILROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. pgpffijtrrn*. COVHEVCE MO/TDAY.Jmu 26»* 86u Trams leave Portland (fraud U"‘eUm and Aub*na, at 7 00 A. Por I'angor and Intermediate stations at 1 25 P M Returning—Leave Lewiston at 6 20 A. M and'ar nve rn Portland at $ 30 A M Leave Bango’r « 7 33 A M , and arrive in Portland at 2.15 P M noth of those trains connect at Portland with trains for Bos ton. Freight trail loaves Portland at S A M and-e turning Isduc In Portland at I r- M. " Stag, a oonneet with trai. s at principal Stations, daily lor most ofthe .owns north and eastof this line. Waterville June22 1365. C' M ^^jbaejlt?*' GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY, Ot Canada. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. HBISABm-l. 9° and after Monday, June 2M», 1865', M&£^3jg*tiauiswillrunasfolluws:— Horning Express Train for South Paris, Lewiston. OoHiain, laiaud Pond, Montreal and Quebec, at 7 00 Mail Train for Waterville, Bangor, Gorham Island Poud, Montre 1 and Qneb >c at 12r, p y Both of theso trains connect at Montreal with ex pr 83 trains for Toronto, Dotroit, Chicago and all other places west Trains will arrive as follows From Montreal, Quebec Ac. - 8171.*. From do. do. - - _ _ 2u6f *. Return Ticke'a at Reduoed Prices will he Issued duriug the summer season from Portland to Bethel, Gorham, Island Pond, Montreal and Quobeo. The Company arc not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding $50 in value (and that person al) unless notice is given, and paid for at the rate of one passeng r lor every $50 additional value. C, J BUYOGESf Managing Director. H BAILEY, Suprrintrn'lmt Portland, June 22d, 1865—dtf PORTLAND SACO & PORTSMOUTH R. R. On and after April 3. 1885, Prwanger W|fc»r>iTilW»i»Traina leave as follows r— Leave Portland for Boston at 840 A. M. and 250 p*i; u. Leave Boston for Portland at 7 30 A. if. and3OOP. M Freight trains leave Portland and Boston daily. FRANCIS CHASE, Supt. Portland, April 3,1865—dtf YORK & CUMBERLAND R. R. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. On and after Monday loth inst, 1865, rains will leave as follows, until further /notice: — (Leave Saoo River for Portland at 5 45 and 9 20 a. m. and 3 46 P. M Leave Portland for Saco River at 7 45 A. ar, and 1 60 and 6 p n. Jhe « 6Q p m. train out and the 6 45 A. m train into Portland w.ll be freight trains, with passenger cars attached. Jfg^Stages connect at Gornam for West Gorham, Standish btccp Falls, Baldwin, Denmark, Sehago, Bridgton, Lovell. Hiram, Brownfield, Fryeburg,. Conway, BarUett, Jackson Limington, Cornish Por ter Freedom, Mad son and Eaton N. H At Baxtou Ceoter for West Buxton, Bonny-Eagle, South Limington Limington, Limerick, Newfield, Parsonsfield and 0Jsipee At Saccarappa tor South Windham, Windham Hill, and North Windham, daily DAN CARPENTER, Supt. Portland April6 1865—dtf PORTLAND &JENNEBEC R. R. nassssi On and after Monday next, trains will 1 eavc Port and dail v for Bath Augusta, Water vine Kendal Ps Mills and Skowhegan, at luO P M. and on Saturdays only for Bath and Augusta «fc 815P. M The train from Portland at 1 P. M con nects at Kendall’s Mills with the t ain for Bangor and other stations east same night Passengers from Portland desiring to take this route, can purchase tickets to Kendall’s Mills and inform the conductor in the cars that they g> through to Bangor and he wil so arrange their fares that it shall cost them no more by this loute ban anv other. Trains one in Portland to oonnect with trains for Boston on Monday at 8 20 A. M, and ever* day at 2 30 P M Frei >ht train leaves new depot Portland at 6 45 A. M daily. EDWIN NOYES, Superintendent. April 27,1865. apr*)tt Important to Travelers to the West, South, North-West and the Canadas. W. D. LITTLE IS Age~t for ail the great Leading Routes to Chica go. Cincinnati, Cleveland Detroit, Milwaukee, Uiiieua. »uko,u, Bt. Paul, Lacrosse, Oreen bay, Quincy, St, Lunin, Louisville, Indianapolis, Cairo, ifO. and is prepared to furnish Through Tickets lVom Fortiand to at, theprincipa! Cl*ies and Towns la tho loyal States and the Canadas, at the LOWEST RATES OF FARE, And all ncedfbi information eheerfaHy furnished. TaivsttsM will find it greatly tothoiradvantage to promro Through Tickets at the Portlauu Railway Ticket Office, 3IEx change Street, (up stairs.) W. D. L1TTI.E, Agent. Passage Tickets for California, by tbe Old Line Mail Steamers and Panama Railroad way bs secured by early epplioation at this offioe. March 00, 1SG5. mar80dAwtf Through Tickets. For tbe OIL RKGION8 of Nrw «Sffi™SoEEYonK Pkhsstivahil, Ohio, and a,’! parts of the West. via the Earn Railwat, for rale at the lowest rate*, at the Union Ticket Onrion, 31 EXCHANGE STREET. marlSdtwistf . D. LIT1LE, Agent. STEAMBOATS. PORTLAND AND BOSTON LINE! Summer Arrangement! THE STEAMERS Forest City, Lawiston and Montreal, Will, until further'notice, run as follows:— Leave Atlantic Wharf, Portland, every Monday Tuesday Wednes day, Thursday, Friday and Satur day, at 7 o’clock P. M : and India Wharf, Boston, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,Thursday, Fri day and Saturday, a 5 o’clock P.M, Fare in Cabin - ... *2.00 jpT Freight taken as usual The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding $50 in value and that person al, unless notice is givou and paid for at the rate of one passenger lor every $5U0 additional value. L. BILLINGS Agent. Aug 5, 186a. feb.18,1863 —dtf New England Screw Steamship Co SEMI-WEEKLY LINE. Franconia,' captfu r!!nr5K?HaEW00D, Leave Brown's Wharf, Portland, overv WEnvvfl DAY and SATURDAY at 4 P.M./and leave ^ 9 North River, New York, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 4 o’elook p!v ESDAY These vessels are fitted up w'th floe acoommoda. tlons fbr passengers, making this the moot speedy safe and comfortable route fbr travellers between ««(Vi Y?rKiSEd Maine Passage, in State Room! 88.00. Cabin passage #5.00. Meals extra. Goods lorwarded by this line to and from Mon 8LJo2?ebeS’ B“‘g"' B*°*’ Eastport and Shippers ore requested to send their freight to the &roXnT,yttS 3 P'M'°" U" Portland N.Hw forkEOMWriLJj * C0” No 86 W«St‘‘street, Mav 39, 1866. _ dtf International Steamship Co. Eastpert, Calais and St. John. TWO TKIPS A WEEK. BjwSICZLn.,,011 and niter Monday, March |7. the afinsffi^USteRmerNKW YoiiK,Capt B \v Chis hoim, wnl .cave Railroad Wharf, foot ol' State St every Mokday at 6o’clock p.m : ard the Steamer Nxw Bnoxswicx, Capt E B. Winohes'er wUIImvb 8™ JohnDKRDAT at6 °,<,Io,,k *■•*. for Ea*porUnd Returning wilt leave St. John every Monday ard Thursdays at 8 A. m, for Eastport, Portland and Bos on. “ At Eastport the 8teamer "Queen” wilt oonneot for St. Andrews, Kobins’on add Calais.with the New Brnswlok and Cauada Railway for Woodstock and Boulton stations. S age Coaches a so oonneot at Ea«tror tor M-chlss aod intermediate places. At8t. John the stoauie- Emperor willcounect for Wind or, Digby and Halifax, and with steamers for Frederic and the St John River. Through tickets proonred of the events or the clerk on board No passports required. Freight received cn days of sailing until 4 o’clock P■ M. C. C. EATON, Agent Portland, March 90.1865. mciaifl Portland and Penobscot River Summer Arrangement. _ On and after Monday April2ttb the —JLnew and fast-going Steam t ”REG ULaTiik,” tapt. W H Mower, will leave Rail road Wha f. foot of 8tate Street. Portland, overy Moxpay, Widxesiiay an t FaiDAT evening, at 10 o’c'ock,conneeiing wilhiheS r, n. train trom Bee ton Re'u-ning. will leave Bangor every Monday, Wednkbpay and Fbioat morning, at 6 o’olock, touching at Rrckfard, Camden, Belfast. rtea-sport, B”ckvtiort Winterport, and Ham- en,both wa>« Paatengors tickotett through on thoBo-ton, Maine and Eas’ern Railroad at the Depots in Boston, Ba lera, Lynr and La«rence. For tkigh. or passages^ to^ At Ofloe oa the Wharf. Portland, April 91,1885.—tf Hotels. O API810 POND HO USD, THUMB MILES FROM PORTLAND. The public ire reepectfhlly informed tha' (. the Intention of the Proprietor tbei this Home .hall be kept a Orat-elaa. retd 'Boom. J The choicest Suppers served. —tt GKO. W. MCKCH. FOREST AVENUE HOUSE VOSmatLT DOVI AS THU McClellan house, Bo-opened with Now Furniture & Fixture*. WINSLOW & THAYER, Proprietor The pnblio at* respectfully inlermoe |that this spacious, convenient and wo known Houae, situated at MORRILL’S CORNER, mile, from Portland, has been re-furnished and open for the reoeptios of Company and Ploasnre Parties. Every attention will be given to the oom fortot guest*. ar-The Can from Portland every halt hoar. WOrSLOW * THATEK. Westbrook. Oot.lO-dtf Job Printing Office. N. A. FOSTEB & CO., Proprietors of the “Portland Daily Press," Fox Block, 82 Exchange St., % PORTLAND, ME., Aro prepared to execute every description of Print tag la the beet possible maimer, and on the 1 most satisfactory terms. i*Our offlpe has just been famished with a complete set of NEW TYPE, BORDERS, CUTS, ORNAMENTS, &c’, And now embraces the largest variety to be found in any office in the State. Attention is respectfully invitod to our unrivaled facilities ibr executing iu THE BEST STYLE OE THE AMT, Every description of BOOK ii JOB PRINTING. Our Establishment Is furnished vrith all the approved MODERN MACHINERY, And our selection of itaol lb f aitcd Is new, and Superior to any other Establish ment in the City or State, BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL CARDS, Of ovory variety, style, and cost, Printed Rt Shortest >r<*tice. BILL-HEADS RULED AND OUT IN THE NEATEST MANNER. Blanks and Bank Checks, Of every description, EXECUTED IN THE BEST STYLE. Railroad and other Corporation Wort, Done with promptness and fidelity. INSURANCE POLICIES, BILLS of LAD ING, TIME TABLES, and all aorta * of LEGAL DOCUMENTS, at Short Notice, Sermons, Reports, & all kinds of Pamphlets, Put up in Superior Style. BRONZED & COLORED LABELS, For Apothecaries, Merchants, and Fancy Dealers, got up in the best stylo of the art. WEDDINO- CLAJRJDS, Notes of Invitation, Visiting Cards, Lists of Dances, etc., etc., of every variety and cost, furnished at Short Notice. LARGE POSTERS, Hand-Bills, Shop-Bills, Programmes, CIKOULAR8, And Plain Printing of every description. ALSO, RULE AND FIGURE WORK Executed neatly, and on terms that cannot fail to satisfy. Old and young should use STERLING’S JV FOR * <<J The Hair. It prevents or stops the Hair from falling; Cleanses, Beautifies, Preserves, and renders it Soft and Glossy, and the Head free from Dandruff. It is the best Hair Dressing and Preservative in the world. Sterling’s Ambrosia Manufacturing Comp’y, SOLE PROPRIETORS, utW'lYl NEW YORK. ap!7d«m Great Inducements FOR PARTIES WISHING TO BUILD. mHE subscriber* offer for sale a large quantity of A desirable building lots In the West End of the city, lying on Vaughan, Pino, Neal, Carlton. Thomas, West, Emery, Cushman, Lewis, Bramliall, Monu ment, Dantorth, Orange and Salem Streets. They will sell on a credit of from one to ten years If desired by the purchasers, and to parties who will build houses of satisfhetory character, they will ad vance, if desired, one fourth if the cost if building, on completion if the house. From parties who build Im mediately, NO CASH PAYMENTS REQUIRED. Apply every day except Sunday, from nlno to ton A. M., at the office of the subscribers, where plans may be seen, and frill particulars obtained. J. B. BROWN & SONS. Portland, Slay 3, 1865. mayitf WM, C. HOW has this day withdrawn from tha firm oi HENBY L. PAINE & CO. W. C. HOW, HENBY L. PAINE. Portland, Aug. 13,1865. The subscriber will continue the business undertho same style as heretofore at 207 Commercial Stpoet, Smith's Whan, where a choice assortment of the best qualities of Coal and Wood may be faun d at the LOWEST MARKET prices, delivered In any pru-t ol HENRY L. PAINE & CO. Portland, August 22. 1865. aug22dtt Special Notice. ■a kb. ALVAH LIBBET, who has had the" sole M Agency for GOLD'S IMPROVED STEAM and WATER tfEATING APPARATUS, and thf> justly celebrated McGregor Hot Air Furnace, both ofwhleb have a world-wide reputation, can be fonnd hereafter at the straw of Messis. C. H. STUART * CO., 171 and 173 Middle St., where he will be hapny to meet those In want of furnaces, and receive their orders. He attends personally to Fnrnace work. „ ALVAH LIBBET. Portland, Ang 21,1*65. aug22d3m Found. Came into my enclosure on the 29th |of August, thirteen Lambs, which the aim a,*! Miscellaneous. arsT-w — . ■— Surgeon General ’* Office, Wasbxsoton CBT,^ igw An ARMY MEDICAL BOARD, to consist ot Brevet Colonel C. S. Trlplcr, Surgeon U. S.A., President; Brevet Lieutenant colonel n. B. burgeon l/. S. A.j Brevet Lieutenant colonel Antho ny Reger, Surgeon U. S. A., and Bre-ui C, Lee, Ae^eiaut Surgeon U. S. A., B®?1?*'***! meet ai New York City, on the 20tn ot September next, for the examination of candidates for aumiasion into the Medical Staff of the United States Army, and of Assistant Surgeons for promotions. Applicants must be between 21 and SC years ot age, and physically sound. Applications must be addressed to the Surgeon General of the Army, stating the residence of the ap plicant, and the date and place ot his birth! they must bo accompanied by respectable testimonials of moral character. If the applicant has been in the service, he will send the testimonial of the cbiet medical oiucer, un der whom be has served, and if in service at the pres ent time, the application must be sent through the Medical Director of the respective Department. No allowance is made fjr the expenses of persons I undergoing the examination, as it is on indispensa- I ble pre-requisite to appointment. There are now twelve vacancies in the Medical Staff. J. K. BARNES, Surgeon General U. S. Army. Aug 23—Stawtill octl Copartnership Notice. THE undersigned have this day formed a copart nership under the name and style of ELLIOT & McCALLAR, Aud have purchased the stock of CALEB 9. SMALL, at No. 11 Market Square, Intending to do a CASH BUSINESS In Hoots, Shoes and Xttibhers. We hope to see all our Mends, the old Mends ol Mr. Smodl, and the public generally, feeling confident we can give satisfaction In goods^and D. C. McCALLAR. Aug 24—dawlm Seizure of Goods. NOTICE is hereby given that tfec following de scribed goods were seized at this port, on the days hereinafter mentioned, lor a violation of the Revenue L .ws :— June 23, 1805, on board steamer New York, 1 box marked “W. H. Lane, Brewer, Me.,” contalng Silk, Calico, and Stockings; July 7, 1 bundle marked' “Capt. Clias. Lowe, Watcrville, M%,” containing 1 piece o. Broadcloth and 1 piece of Silk; July 21st, 2 bores marked “J. Grant, Portland," contalng Pi mentor July 8th, 1 bundle marked “Snelling, An drews & Co, New York,” contalng 1 piece Broad cloth ; Angu-t 2d, on board brig Alice, T barrel Mo lasses; August 21st, on board steamer New York, 1 tin box containing about 3i pounds Gum Camphor; September 2d, 1 vallso containing 11 bottles Brandy; September 12th, on Commercial Street, 8 dor. pairs Stockings; September 15th, at Store on Fore Street, 14 10-12 doz. pairs mittens. Any person or persons claiming the same are re queued to appear and make such claim within nine ty days from the uate hereof; otherwise the said goods will be disposed o in accordance with the act ol Congress approved April ?, 1844. ISRAEL WASHBURN, Jr., Collector. Sept. 19,18C3—dlaw3w Office of the TJ. S. Marshal, DISTRICT OF MAINE, Portland, September 20, 186*. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at tide Office until Saturday the Thirtieth day of September current, at noon, for furnishing the Uni ted States Courts with Lehigh Furnace Coal, for One Tear from the first day qf October, A. IK, im. The Coal to be of the best quality, ibeo from Slate and dust, and o be put into the basement of the Custom House, in Portland, in such quantities and at such times as the Marshal of the District ot Maine may direct. Propcsals to be endorsed, "Proposals for fuel for V, S. Courts," and addressed to the United States Marshal lor the District of Maine. CHARLES CLARK, U. S. Marshal Dist rict of Maine. Sept 20—dtxl Treasury Department, Office of Comptroller of the Currency, I Washington, July 17,186*. ) ■fTTHEREAS, by satisfhetory evidence presented VV to the undersigned, it has been made to appear that the “National Traders Bank OF PORTLAND,” in the City ol Portland,.in the County o Cumber land, and State of Maine, has been duly organized under and according to the requirements ol the Act of Congress entitled “An Act to provide a National Currency, secured by a pledge of United States bonds, and to provide for the circulation and redemption thereof, approved JuneS, 1861, and has complied with all the provisions of Bald act required to be com bed with before commencing the business of Bank ing under said Act: Now, therefore, I Freeman Clarke, Comptroller ol the Currency, do hereby certity that “The National Traders’ Bank of Portland,” in the City of Portland, irf the County ol Cumberland, and State of Maine, is authorized to commence tho business of Banking un der the Act aforesaid. In testimony whereof witness my hand and seal Of office this seventeenth day of July,'1866. [L. 9.] FREEMAN CLARKE, Comptroller ol the Currency. No. 1451. July20 2m U. S. Sanitary Commission ARMY & WAVY CLAIM AGEWCY. LNO charge for services. IV. H. Fessenden, Local Agent. Office* No. 65 Exchange Street. rpHEU 8. SANITARY COMMISSION desiring to X relieve Soldiers, Sailors, and their fiunihes from the heavy expenses usually paid for tho prosecution oi such claims, have established this Agency, to col lect pensions, arrears ol pay, bounty and other claims against the Government, without charge or ex pense OF ANY KIND WHATEVER TO THE CLAIM ANTS. On application sent to this Agency, stating the name and post office address of the claimant, the name, rank, company, regiment, service, and State of the soldier on whose * account the claim is made, date of discharge or death, the proper blanks will be filled out as tar as possible and forwarded to the person ap plying. These can then be executed and returned to this office, where the claim will be presented to a final issue in tho shortest possible time. july7eod2m& w6m. Sanitary Commission. OMeenf U 8. Sanitary Commission, I 858 ..roadway, N. Y„ Dec, 20, 18C4. } Hon. I8RAEI- WASHBURN, Jn., of Portland, Maine, has oonsented to accept tbe duties oi General Agent of the Commission for Maine, and is hereby septan ted snob agent by authority of the Commission. He will ba ready to furnish advioe to the Mends of tbe CommiKUon’s work throughout the State. Ail money oontributed la Maine tor the use of the Commission should be paid to Mr. Washburn or to persons designated by him. Hon. Mr. Washbarn is the sole agent recognized by the Commission tor Maine. 7 J. FOSTER JENKINS, efeTdfewtf General secretary. J, £. FICKETT, Dealer in Photographic Goods, mirrors and Engravings. Msnufaoturer of iTirrof A Piotare Frames, Xo. 23 MARKET SQUARE, Jmnel2tf roBTLiKD, Mb. “There Is no such WorJ a* FsU*” T A. R R A N T’S COMPOUND EXTRACT OP Cubebs and Copaiba, IS a Sure, Certain, and Speedy Cure for all diseas es of the Bladder Kidneys and Urinary Organs, either in tbe male or female, frequently performing a peri cot cure in the shurt space of tbree or :our days, and aiwa-s in ices time than any other prepa ration. in tbe use ot Tarrant’s Compound Extract qf Cubebs and Copaibs tberels no need of confinement or obsnge of diet - In its approved form of a paste, It i- entircl? taste less, aua causes ne unpleas tat seusa>lc a <0 the p»* tlent. and no txpssure It is nowaoki.'owledged by the moet learned in tbe profession that '> the above class of disease', Cubebs and Copaiba an* Jbe oniv two remedies known that oan be relied urea with | sir oertalaty or aucoose. Tarrant’s Compound Extract of Cubebt And Copaiba MEVER FAILS. Manufactured only by TAR RA NT A CO.. . _ 978 Qreenwioh 84-, UewYork. Md by Druggist© all over the World. may6 66dly l&Y ihum! auu be conviuced ot ihttir supcriuii ty ov»re\*eryihltig e*ge of tbe kird ever cfiVred to the public t*r Rrouehitis, Coughs. Colds, Hoarse n«8© Sore Throat, Vs arrhacd nituer za Nurm r oua teatiiti ovto r irom tue Clergy, ami others, cc oompanylrn* acb box. For gale by the priac;pal Druggist© throoghost the city. may27oodtf Sails and Digging tor Sale. fTTHE Standing Rijjing, Sails and Blocks ot the A new Bri-r Atlanta, 400 tons old measurement, saved In porlfect order. The draft ot the spars can be seen at our store. McGILVERY, RYAN A DAVIS, JunclC—d' f No. 181 Coinmc rcial Street. I )issolation. 'T'HE part nership ol OWEN * DUNNINO, isHd. I .day dii solvecf by mutual consent. J.W.Wven having sold ids interest to Joseph F. Dunning, wnols authorized h j settle a 1 debts^tae^to oMrom the firm. JOSEPH F. DUNNING. Portland, s'.ug- 30,ISM-_nySiSn mp chaWCS’ HALL. w “jSnolMti "Medical. Coe’s Dyspepsia Cure The World’s Great Remedy —»on— DYSPEPSIA! ami a 1 diseases ofttia STOMACH AND BOWELS! One DoMel* guaranteed to jure the worst cue of Dj apepsia in caisleno . and cue dote will lnstantlj relieve the laud agg.avated attacks of Cholera Morbus, Sick Headache Dysentery, blokness at Stomach, Fever ar.d Ague Heartburn, Colio Fains, and in Ihct a'l disenses proceeding from the Stomocl, and Bowels. It is a sovereign and penuaueut cure fui INDIGESTION AND GENERAL DEBIL ITY. and In o-erv instance regulates and restores to a healthy eo dltion a disordered stomach enabling the patient to take healthy food without (lunge of d.a ireua from it It is the most wouderfu. remedy and the most speedy iu its action, ever known to the world. Nooue will do without it iu the house that tus ever used it ouce. YOU THAT ARE SUFFERING, Sold by Druggists everywhere. C. G. CLARK & CO., Proprietors, New Ilaven, Conn. CO., Agents,^Foirihfn^ Me.’ * Lyon’s. Periodical Drops! THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. A SCIENTIFICALLY PREPARED FLUID PREPARATION Of DIRECT and POWERFUL ACTION. * —— Better than any Pills or Powders ! and is safe to use at all times For all Female Complaints, EXCEPT IN CERTAIN CASES especially forbidden In the directions which accom pany eaoh bottle. Prepared by JOHN L. LYON, M. D. Sold by Druggists everywhere, C.G. CLARK <fc CO., Gen'l Agents, For D. B. and Canada. J. IT PERKINS It CO., and W. T. PHILLIPS If CO , Portland, Me., Wholesale Agents. Coe’s Cough Balsam! No Mediclce ever known will core Coughs, Colds, Croup, Asthma, Influenza, Whooping Cough, OR RELIEVE CONSUMPTIVE COUGH! as quick as COE’S COUGH BALSAM! It does not dry up a oeugh, but loosens it sothstthe patient can expectorate freely. It Is within the reach of all, the Price Being Only 33 Cents!! and is for rale by all Drr.gglstr. C.G. CLARK A CO., Proprietors, New Haven, Ct. IT. F. PHILLIPS * CO , and J. IT. PERKIXS Ir CO , Portland Me., Wkoletale Jjente. August 31,1865. eod&wlyr 1865 1865 “18 rears established in N. Y. City.” “Only Infallible remedies known.” “Free from Poisons.” “Not dangerous to the Human Family.” “Rats come out of their holes to die.” i‘0ostarV' Bat, Boach, 4c., Exterminators, Is a paste—used for Bats, Mice, Roaches, Black and Red Ants, fc., fc., fc. “Oostar’s" Bed-Brie Exterminator, Is a liquid or wash, used to destroy, and also as a pre ventative for Bed-Bugs, &c. ‘‘Oostar’s" Eleotrio Powder for Insects, Is tor Moths, Mosquitoes, Fleas, Bed-Bugs, Insects on Plants, Fowls, Animals, fc. ty Sold by all Druggists and Retailers everywhere. ' r1"’1'! Bewa Hf. ! nol all Worthless Imitations. (y See that “Costae’s” name Is on each Box, Bottle and Flask, before you buy. 1IKXBY B. COSTAB. Principal Depot, 483 Broadway, X. Y. Sold bv all Druggists and Dealers In Portland, Me. July 13—d3m PLEASANT to the palate, cause no pain, act promptly, never require Increase ol dose, do not exhaust, and lor elderly persons, females and child ren, are Just the thing. Two taken at night mov the bowels twice the next morning, warranted In all cases of Piles and Falling of tho Rectum. We promise a cure lor all symptoms of the Dvspepsia, sueh as Oppression after eating, Sour Stomach, Spit ting ot food,Palpitations; also. Headache, Dizziness, Pain in the Back and Loins, Yellowness ot the Skin and Eves, Sick Heartache, Coated Tongue .Bilious ness, Liver Oomplnmt, Loss of Appetite, Debility, Monthly Patos, and all Irregularities, Neuralgia, Faintness, £n. ‘ Travelers find the Lozenges just ,-hat they need, as they are so compact and inodorous hat they mceg beteenrntd in the vest pocket. Price SO cants t fit box: small boxes 90 eentt. For sale by J. S. llAiVRISON & CO., Proprietors, No I Tremont Temple, Boston. Will be mailed to any address on enclosing 80 cents. jnly4dly J. W. SYKES, PURCHASER FOR EASTERN ACCOUNT, OF FLOUR, GRAIN, SEEDS, PROVISIONS, LARD, BUT TER, ud WESTERN PRODUCE generally. Particular attention given to shipping by quick*1 and oheapest routes. Wo. 189 South Water si., Chicago, Illinois# j References—Messrs. 8. G. Bewdlear * c£inm*nge ard fc Sons; UW. Ch5k*ri«*l £ fc Co; Chas. H. btons; w«s|*uul Bank. J.H. ftsonn Bw).ST^rnT" V ™ *MM'’ Newton,Mats; C. B Coflln.r*q. Special Steamboat liolicc. The public are hei i>y ur titled ■A the Boat* ol the ^ '^^g-k^Portland Steam Packet Op., 'L',, „l-«biX TRIPS PEE WEEK, as will appear advertisement tor Summer Arrangement, i&rfW Portland and Boston on Saturday Evenings! °’Cl<>Ck' I- B1 LEI .VvlS, A strut. August r—d2m_ B EIOVAL. THE undersigned take this method to inform their customers and the public generally that thev have REMOVED THEIR BAKERY from No. 5 Wash ington Street to their new Bakery. Noe. 6 and 8 Union Street, where they will be pleased to see all tbelr old customers and os many new ones a* will be pleased to ' giveusnosul. R. W. SMARDON, R. S. SCAM81 AN, S. E. SMARDON. August 1C-r-dti____ Valuable Real Estate in Sear boro’, For Sale. QrjA acres of Salt Marsh, In lots to suit pur Also tho Homestead Farm, containing bout 125 acres very superior up-land, being the property *• cently owned by the fate Hon. Horatio youthgato. Enquire of Seth Scammon on the premtwi, o EZRA CARTER, Jr-i Portland. Kay I—eodCtAwtf Medical. DB. J. B. HUGHES CAN BE FOUND AT HIS PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, jVo. 5 Temple Street, VIT'HEKE lio eaii be connuitoj privately, and with VY tlw utiuovi ooiibitettC* t>j ti c aiuntud, at ail h”» a" y"“<ltrom« A H. to D 1>. >1. Dr H aadie-tt.es those who arc (Uterine under the affliction 01 private uueaacs, wbetnor eiising from impure connection or tho tenib'e via* of wMhiUlso. Devoting his entire lifts to that particular orancl. oi too meHn-ai protcaeiofiTbo tools warranted m uua AAlfTEEIN'O A UUE IN ALL L Abl -1, wht Ll.cr of long standing or recently contracted, entirely icmovnig the dregs of disease from the system, and making a Perfect and PElOr ANENT C V liJL Ho would call tlib attention ol the afljictcd to the fiwt of his long standing and weil-ea, nod reputation furnishing suinclent assurance of life a*ill and suc cess. CAUTION TO TIIE PUTLIC. Every Intelligent and thinking perron must know ♦ii roiaeilie» handed out for general urn should Jiavo their emcaey estabUsLod by well touted experience in the hands of a regularly e lucaled physician, Yvlio^e P^P^'atory studies nts him for all the duties ho mu.A tumil; yet tho country Is hooded wion poor nostr ums and cure-alls, purpos-ting to bo the best iu tlm world, aie not only useless, but always iiuuneus. Tho un fortunate should be I’AniieuLAU iu fdccuug his phvmdan. os it is a lamentable yot Incontrovert ible fact, that many ryphiliiic patients are mane niiserable with ruined constitutions by ma! treatment from inexperienced physicians in general practice; lor it is a point generally conceded by the test aypLli ographors, that the study and management of Uieso complaints should engross the whole Line of L.e*e who would be competent and successfulin their treat ment and cure. The Inexperienced general praciit loaer, having neither opportunity n.,r txc to make himsell acquainted with their pathology, commonly pursues one system of treatment, in moat cases mak ing an indiscriminate use of that antiquated and dan gerous weapon, tho hlercurv. HAVE CONFIDENCE. All who liave committed an excess ol any kind, whether it be the solitary vice of youth, or tho sling ing rebuke of misplaced conn do nee in malurur years, SEEK FOR AN ANT.DOTE IN SEASON. The Pains and Aches, and Lassitude and Nervous Prostration that may follow impure Coition, are the Barometer to the whole system. Do not wait for the consummation that is sure to fel low : do not wait tor Unsightly Ulcers, for Disabled Limbs, for Los* of Beauty and Complexion. HOW MANY THOUSANDS CAN TESTIFY TO THIS BY UNHAPPY EXPERIENCE 1 Young men troubled with emissions in sleep,—* complaint generally the result of a bad habit In youth,—treated scientifically, and a perfect cure war ranted or no charge made. Hardly a day parses but we aro consulted by one or more young man with the above disease, some of whom are as weak and emaciated os though they had the consumption, and by their filends supposed to have it. All such cases yield to the proper and only correct course of treatment, and in a short time are made to rejoice in perfect Uealtli. MIDDLE-AGED MEN. There are many men at the age of thirty who are troubled with too frequent evacuations from the blad der, often accompanied by a slight smarting or bunt ing sensation, and weakening the system in a manner the patient cannot account for. On examining the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often be found, and sometimes small particles of semen or allumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin milkisb hue, again changing to a dork and turbid appearance. There are many men who die of this difficulty, ignor ant of the cause, which is the SECOND 8TAGE OF SEMINAL WEAKNESS. I can warrant a perfect cure m such cases, afd a full and healthy restoration ot the urinary organs. Persons, who cannot personally consult the Dr., can do so *>y writing, in a plain manner, a description of their diseases, and the appropriate remedies will be forwarded immediately. All correspondence strictly confidential, and will be resumed, if desired. Address: Dr. J. B. HUGHES, No. 5 Temple Streot fcorner of Middle 8treet', Portland, Me. t3T" Send * Stamp for Circular. Electic Medical Infirmary, TO THE LADIES. DR. HUGHES particularly nvites ail Ladies, whe need a medical adviser, to call at his rooms, No. 8 Temple Street, which they will find arranged for theii especial accommodation. Dr. H.’s Electic Renovating Medicines aro unrival led In efficacy and superior virtue in regulating all Female Irregularities. Tlicir 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 nothin? In the least injurious to the health, and may be taken with perfect safety at all limes. Sent to any part of the country, with full directions by addressing DK. HUGHES, No! 5 Temple Street (corner of Middle), Portland. . N. B.— Ladles desiring may consult one of theii own sox. A lady of experience in constant attend ance. janl.lgCOd&wly JOHNSON’S REPRODUuTGR. Please Read the follairia* Malices. Poult iWD, May 3d, 1885. porta. This certifies that X tore used Johnson’s Koproductor for sev eral years past and have been perfectly satisfied alth It.— While it Is entirely free from ti e objec tionable quoit lies if preparations of that Lind, 1 believe It to be capable of c'oing all lor the scalp atui 1 clr that can rensorably e expected from any I vt implications 10 mwi CIABDINI B LUilWIG, M. D , Congress Square. Portland, May Utn, 18C*. Mb. .Johnson :—Sir—I commenced using your Re : productor last February, my heal being almost b&M. I have used but one bottle and now have a healthful, thick head of hair which does not fall off. and ib in as flood order as I could wish. Being convinced that in ts producing a good head of hair for mo where I had almost none, I am glad to add my testimony to its ex cellence as a remedy. WM. J. GARDINER, No. IS Middle Street. M*. Johnson:—Sir—My wife foT & long time was sorely troubled by her hair falling out, and wc leaicd she would become entirely bald, notwithstanding »ho had used almost all the auve tlsed remedies. Sbe has used your Reproductor, and to our astonishment the falling oft has entirely ccaced. and she now has a £ne head of hair, and 1 am ready in this manner to testi fy to Its value, or we are willing to give further rer sonal information of the good results which follow the use of your honestly termed Haiv Reproductor. WILLIAM CHASE, Cor. St. Lawrence and Sherbrooke Streets. Pobtland, May 16,1865. I have used and shall continue to use Johnson’s Reproductor, which I have found to be a splendid lasting Hair Dressing, which also keeps the sca.p perfectly clean and tree from dandruff. 8. H. POTEN, No. 12 Spring Street. Manufactured and sold by HORACE H. JOHN SON, No. 80 Middle Street, Portland, Maine, rrice Single Bottles 60, 76 cents and $1. Sent to spy ad dress on receipt of letter. Liberal discount by the quantity. septl8eod8w* Whit i Lead. Atlantic V life Lead and Linseed Oil Co., of New Y 1:, Manufacturers of PL -b. W HI TF. LEAD, Dry and in Oil, ED LEAD, LITHARGE, Glass-mr ers’ Red Lead, etc. Also, LINSEED OIL, Rav, Boiled and Refined. For sale by Druggists & Dealers generally, and by ROBERT COLGATE & Co., General Agents, *87 Pearl St., NEW YORK. York & Cumberland Railroad Bonds. "VTOTICE l» hereby given to the holder* of Bende 1.1 of the York A Cumberland Railroad Company, commonly callod “C msolidated Bonds.” *nd ol scrip In lieu of Bonds, issued under the provision*; of the deed of mortgage to Jsmcs Hayward and others. Trustees, who have paid or shall bef rc the day of meeting hereinafter named, pay the assessment here tofore made by said Trustees a# authorised by ecld Bondholders, up»>n bonds, conpons cr ecrip 1 eld by them, or by holders unknown and who have felled to pay the seme, for the purpose ofredccmhg the ttrn chise andj-property ol said Railroad Com I any from prior liens and incumbrances under a deed ol mort gage to John G. Myers of February 4, 1SC1—that a meeting of the holders so having paid or who sha’l pay, will be held at the room of the Board of Trade, Exchange street, Portland. on Wednesday, October 4, 1663, at 3 o’clock P. M., lor the purpose of loiming and organizing a uew corporation In accordance with the provisions ol the act of the Legislature of tfce State of Maine, approved March 25th, 1664, entitled “An act relating to the redemption ol Railroad mort gages bv subegiuent^morlagecs and for the better pI"~ Trustees Y. <ft C.R.n.Co* i For Sale. A HOUSE and lot at Wood ford’s Corner. The house con tail a 7 rooms. There is a good cellar and wood house; a so a cistern anl a well if go-d water; size of lot. ono acre. For b. a -tv nf l-rivi-n Sapt lg-dtl at the Cm*.