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Dissolution of Copartnership THE copartnership heretofore existing under (he name of MERRILL & SMALL, Ib hereby dissolved by mntnal consent. Either par t> will settle the busi ess of (lie late linn. All persons indebted to us are requested to make immediate payment, II. MERRILL, (Signed) C. SMALL. , , , . _ JM. MERRILL. Poriland, .dug .tb, 1SCXS. The business will be continued bv tho unde (Signed at No. 18 Free Street, Arcade Building by Merrill 11 rot he pm X (!n«blug< Mr. C. Small .may be found with the above firm. augddlm Dissolution of Copartnership. THE concern heretofore existing under the firm name of Ha tch Frost, was this day dissolveu bv mutual consent. Parties holding hills against them are requested to present them Inimediotelv, and those owing us will please call and settle. Hatch & Frost. July 11th, 18G0. The subscriber will contiuuc the business as here tofore at No. 3 L mo Street, between Fore and Com mercial S^s. where he would be happy to see all his old customers and many new. ii. ir. hatch. All business matters of Hatch & Frost's will be settled here. aug2dt<* Copartnership Notice. SAMUEL A. HITCHCOCK :s admitted as part ner in our firm from this date. LOW, PLUMMER & CO. August 1st, 1860. augldtf Dissolution of Copartnership T1IE firm of G. W. CODI5 & CO. is hereby dis solved bv mutual consent. Either of the snb scribersis anfliorizod to setlie tlic business of flic laic llrm. W. o. COII11. r.KIGHAM, CLEMENTS & WAIUIEN. Poriland July 25, l^fC. Copartnership Notice. THE undersigned will coni in ue the Lumber busi ness, on Commercial Street, at the head of Smith's Wharf, as hereto foreunuer the name of G. W. Cobb & Co. G. W. COBB. Portland July ID, 1SCC. jyCO ISSOLUTION. “The im or DUNN & PALM ER, is dissolved this day by mutual consent. The accounts of the firm will be settled by either party and the books may be found at the office ofMr. Dunn in the store of Mrs. A. L. Nash, No 12 Clapp’s Block, Congress st. All persons having unsettled accounts with the above firm are rcauested to make immediate payment. Mr. John E. Palmer may be found for the present at the store of Mrs. M. T. Nichols under tha U. S. Hotel. DUNN & PALMER. Portland, July 11, 1S6C. jullGdtt SAFES. The Safest Safe. mrLTON & MCFARLAND desire to call attention J- to the improvement lately made in their safes, which without doubt make them more jirc proof Ilian those ot any other maimtaeturc. Three of tho im proved safes were lestod by tho late lire (two in (lie oiUce of Messrs. Churchill, Brown & Man.son, and one in the olllcc of Messrs. Harris Ss Waterhouse, the latter toll upon two tons of coal, wliieh was all con sumed, and remained there fifteen ilavs, and when I ak on out was still too hot to handle) all saving their : contents. A much larger number of Safes mrtde by T. & MeF. preserved their contents better than those of] any other manufacture. For sale at 110 Sudbury .sfc. Boston., and at the store ol Messrs. EMERY & I WATERHOU E, Portland. augldlm »3 s ft 3 fe H K H ► 3 5S P 5 g H g | ®-g s td C 5 OR Made of the Best Materials, in the most thorough manner, and receiving CONS’TANTRY IMPKOVK ME.NfTS uuder the supervision of THE ORIGINAL INVENTOR. Every variety o f Uaj, Coal, Railroad, Platform mid Counter, Drug gists'. Confectioner s', Fulchers', Grocers', and Gold Scales, Ream?, Spring Balances, trc., For sale at our W A It E HOUSE, 118 MILK STREET, BOSTON. Fairbanks, Brown & Co. Agents in Portland, and for sclo by all the loading Hardware Merchants. FA IK BAN IvS, BROWN A CO., and their Portland Agents, arc also Agents ter the sale of Tilton & McFarland’s Celebrated Safes. GST'Uall anil examine our Scales and Safes. julSrt 1)B¥ GOODS! We would respectfully say to our numerous friends and customers, that in eomiection with our almost endless variety of FANCY GOODS! Wc have now a good assortment of Domestic, Housekeeping, AND White Goods 2 2 To which will soon I*o added all the NEW* DESIRABLE STYLES DRESS JCOODS! Thanking you for your past patronage, wo cordially invite you to call and examine our DRY GOO D S Before purchasing elsewhere. A. WILLIS PAINE, July 01 dtf . No. 10 Market Square. Marrett, Poor & Co., Having takcu I he Chambers 311 CONGRESS STREET, ADJOINING MECHANICS’ 1LATJ,, Arc now prepared <«> offer their friends and the pub lic a large ami well asorfed stock of CABPETOGS! Paper Hangings CURTAIN GOODS, &c., Purchasers of the above goods arc rcspccUully invi ted to examine our slock which is New, Clean and Desirable. jyCOJIf___ Oysters ! Oysters ! “The same nutl not the same.” The old stand known as Atwood’s Oyster Saloon lias been removed From Congress to Centre Street, next below Lancaster Hall, and fitted up in cap ital shape. Oysters of all kinds can be had in all styles, on the shell or by the gallon or bushel. TliC lbcstof bivalves \vill always be found at this cstao islunent. which will bo open from carlv morn, 'till late at eve. A nice and pleasant saloon lias been fitted up for ladies and parties who may wish to be served with oysters, ice creams, or other refreshments. C3T Cold meats, pastry, and refreshments also furnished. A share ot the Public patronage'is so i Uj ■.!._augloillm WO. YARMOUTH ACADEMY VARMOl’TH, ME. THE FALL TEEM COMMEXCES SEPFE 3. £Sgr*A Teacher’s class is lonnod in the Spring anil Fall Terms. For Rooms and Board in “ Russell Hall,” apply to E. S. IIOYT, A. Id., or „ JAMES BATES, Secretary. August 13, I£C6, Oil J. C. EDWARDS & CO.’S IMPROVED FEET - AND - Composition Roofing! E37” Piucbsacrs arc invited pi call and excmlnc purchasing elsewhere. JOHN DENNIS & CO., aug3 dtf 77 Commercial Street. DRAYTON’S Patent Safety Steam Genera tors and Engines. CAN be furnished from r, to GO horse-power al short notice. Tho Gnirraioi' is perfectly sate from explosion, will save i!J per cent of inel over any boiler in use, takes ui> but small space, ami is very easily set up. < me of c borne-power can l»c seen running at tills office. For further particulars or circular address GRORGK WOODMAN, Mole Agent, aug£-tf 150 Milk Street, Boston. furniture. LANCASTER MALL fijbiituhe WAREHOUSE ! The undersigned being The Only Furniture Dealers — AT MtESKOT — IN PORTLAND! nog leave to infirm their friend and the public that they are prepared to lilt ORDERS —FOR— FURN1TURE OF / EVERY DESCRIPTION ! Office, Parlor, Chamber, Pining Room, and Kitchen. And would call attention to their LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOOK I i Wow on Hand! —CONSISTING IN TART OF— Wood and Marble Top, BLACK WALNUT, CHESTNUT AND DRAINED CHAMB R SETTS! TERRY REPS AND HAIR CLOTII PARLOR SUITS of every description and quality. ETAGERE S, WHATNOTS, Centre, Extension, Ironing and Kitchen Tables ! MIRRORS —AN!>— MATTRASSES —OF— EVERY DESCRIPTION. SIDEBOARDS, BOOK CASES! Chairs of Every Style t . PARTICULAR ATTENTION Paid to repairing , OFFICE FURNITURE. PRICES GUARANTEED TO BE AS LOW AS as TSr. same Qualities and Grades of Goods IN BOSTON. GEO. T. BURROUGHS <£ CO., jyS0.Hn. LANCASTER HALL. F UBNIT UBF ! The subscriber has leased the stores Near Portland & Rochester R, R», Formerly York and Cumberland Depot, uul.il more commodious ■warcrnoins cau be erected. aud in ten uavs will bo preparod to show purchasers a Good Assortment of Furniture. n.iVrtf ,lia icluring establishment BOOli ?B x ,ocn,-',n can We obtain ed ill the city. and machinery pul im will lieubio (o tuIo L tonncrl vWr” '™1'gwi,,s of™ m?nuf.c mtland1Aug..^.'VA,'TKK F UB NIT UR eT HOYT & CO. MAY DP. JOCXII AT NO. 327 CONGRESS STREET With stod; of Furniture, both new ami second lined. angli iltt The Portland Gas Light Company has removed its Onice to the BOODY HOUSE, angl Comer of Chestnut aud Congress Streets. __ miscellaneous. CASCO STREET CHURCH. ELDEN & WHITMAN! HAVING REMOVED TO THE Vestry of Caseo Street Church, would invite the attention ofbujers at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL to their stock of »® I GOODS! v comprising their usual assortment of Silks, Shawls, Linens, Flannels, Domestic and House keeping Goods. together with a choice selection of DRESS GOO ) S. -AND— hoihning goods .AT ONE PRICE ONLY GiSeAd trethe:l!>atr™.l^v?Pfwit.prI<'0?.thatwin cnsarc i«s sale previous to going into imr NEW STORE wS Shan as uJnal Ste^nr g A af pa*t ye” wc ""1,1,1 *cspcotfnlly soTict a continuance of the same I AT ONE TRICE AND NO VARIATION! y EUHEN & WHITMAN, VESTRY OP CASCO ST. CHURCH. ATSO AGENTS for the GROVER, BAKER SEWiNG MACHINE CO. Wc won],l invite special attention to the CELEBRATED FA3IILY SEWING MACHINE ma!di!iKiStolSle^eihmtnoVtJn0i<!???t cambr!e the HEAVIEST WOOLENS and DEATIIER. This TION to alleges b 1 1 L thau a,,y unc ■“ U>« market and lias given COMPLETE SATISFAC PLEASE CALL AND EXAMINE Machine Findings constantly on hand at ManufactnreB' prices. j> !"“_ _ ____ _ ELDEN & WHITMAM. FIT U NIT UR E ! KIMBALL & CO., * * 4 6 4 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON. Manufactures of Evert Description of Drawing Boom, Library and Chamber FURNITURE! IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN CHOICE UPHOL STERY GOODS — . . 2* *1? descriptions, which we offer at the lowest wholesale prices. Particular attention and care paid to packing and deliveiing Furniture in perfect order. The junior partner, Mb. J. Wayland Kimball, may be found at STo. Ill Commercial St., Portland, Every Monday forenoin, where orders may be left. a. Kimball. July 171m J. dayland KIMBALL. SHOUT & LORING, Booksellers & Stationers, 31 Free, Corner Center Streets, Have on liaml a full supply of Law, School, Miscellaneous and Blank Books. STATIONERY OF AM. KINDS, Cash, Post Office and Envelope Case’, Let' ter Presses, Pen Racks, &c. We have just rccieved from New York a full supply o» PAPER HANGINGS, New patterns and Choice Styles. DRAWING PAPER OF ALL SIZES. Give us a call. Short cV Yioring. f.l Froc. Comer Center Stiec JySOlf __ Notice. THE subscriber would call the ntlontion of his friends and the public generally, to tlic fact of his lmving just received one Of tlic best assortments of Spectacles, Eye Glasses, and Eye Protectors, that has been offered in Portland for sole for a number of years, ami ho trusts, from long experience, lie may be able to suit all who heed tho use of them. IIo has also a good assortment of Watches, Clocks, Jew elry and Mtatiouery, and other useful articles, all of which will bo sold at low prices eonesponiiing with the times. I am now located ami may be found at 208 Fore Street. at tlic store owned by otir venerable and worthy citi zen. Wm. A. Hviu:. Esq. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Spectacles repaired. Cash paid for old gold, sil ver and I'd hand watches. nugl-rlm IlfeNKlY QUINCY. Eaton Boarding School. FOR BOYS. Norridgewock, Me. Fall Trrinuill commence Third Monday iu Ausiiit. HAMLIN F. EATON, Principal. AMOS H. EATON, Assistant. MISS E. S tVHEELEK, Preceptress July 15,1SG6. Jy3dtoSeptl Woodman, True & Co., NO. 4 WALT'S BLOCK, soli: agents for SINGER’S Sewing Machines ! We put these machines against any machine in the market, lor all kinds oi*woik, either cloth or leather. Trimmings Constantly on Hand. aug3d3m BOOTS and SHOES! -AT JOHNSON’S CHEAP STORE, No. 340 Congress street, Opp. Mcchnics’ Hall. NO advance in prices since the lire. Call and ex amine our stock before purchasing elsewhere, and save t'me and nmney. N. 15.—Boots and Shoes made to order and repair ing done at short notice. J. HI. JOHNSON. J uly 30—d4w BRE a.D—BKEA D— B REA 1). — The undersigned having made arrangements with Bakers in Bos ton to supply us with the different kinds ol Pilot Bread and Crackers, until we can manufacture it ourselves, are now prepared to supply our former customers and the public at reasonable rates, by call ing at Messrs. Rosa *r Roundy’s Store, Commercial tre3t. • j ill U PEARSON fc SMITH. Forest City Laundry. Orders received at the Oliice of the Forest CiU Dye House. No. 516 Congress Street. Notice is hereby given that the Forest City Laundry has been reopened by tho subscrilicr. who has been I many years conneded with 1 lie well known Chelsea Dye jfoiwc and laundry, and with the experience ; thus acquired lie is now preparod to do all dcscrlp ; lions of Jamulry work in a satisfactory manner. .jyOGm A. T. CRAWLEY,Agent. WKBTBROOIt SEMINARY Female Collegiate Institute. THE FALL TERM of this Institution will comr roencc tlic 44d af August, and continue fj j Twelve Weeks. O.ra. STEVENS, Scc’y. Stevens’ Plains, July Cl, 1£CC. d4w TTOME School, New Gloucester, Maine. The Fail 1 XX Term of this institution will comrace the first Tuesday in Sonfumber. • . , For particulars see Circulars or enquire ol the Principals. L. M. BAILEY, jylidGw A. M. BAILEY, i riOR SALE—On account of 111 health, the st,ck X!1 and fixtures ot a Grocery Store, having a good Ira'c and pleasantly situated, in one of tlic largest and most enterprising towns in Massachusetts. Address, Box 573, I* itchburg, Mays. j 12 Gw VTOTICIJ—The undersigned are about maki g a Tl cha ge in business an 1 would request oil th >se having uiisett'ed ac o uts to call immediately .1 r settlement. Goods sold at a liberal d'seount. • vo 1.- V, E. CHADBOURNE A CO., Ju Noi7 Clapp’s Block, Cougress EL uct. Onri-v- • Portland.July25. « BARBER are ready to fill ordei s lor Fruit, Goniectionary, Tobacco and Cigars, at 183 jrore Street, over C. M. Rice’s. jy26dlm FOUND AT LAST! Apothecaries, Doctors, Storekeepers, Country Traders, rf ake IX otice. W. F. Phillips & Co. Have found a store tor their Wholesale Drug Business S At 148 Fore Street, Between Lime and Silv' r Streets, and a* e now ready to fill orders lor Drugs, Patent Medicines, Paints, Glass Ware, Chemicals, Cigars and Tobacco, And all articles usually sold by wholesale Drunetets at as low prices as ever. As roost all their large stock was burnt in the great fire, they now offer a complete stock of NEW GOODS! And will as usual keep the hast a sortment and larg est stock east of Boston. 83r~Dealers and customers wall find it to their in terest to call on ihem beiore giving orders to Boston runners. W. F. Phillips & Co., wholesale DRITROIMTS, No. 14S Fore Street, Portland. AutrJI—oodlra Fact* far Kite People—Read and Reflect The science ol Chemistry is as e scntial to the physician, as air to support our lives; hut how few there are, who understand the first rudiments of this great, important, and endless science. They know nutliiiig of the chemical composition of our most wondc ful and mysterious physical systems in health.and it they know nothing of the physical chem istry ol health, how can they know anything as re gards the truo condition of the unhealthy, unbal anced, physical system? and it tbev know nothing of the chemical change of the fluids and solids in disease, which is divided and subdivided until it reaches a hundred different forms, how can they know what remedy to use that possesses the all im i ortant neutralizing power? Let any practical chemist analyze the blood ol a person suffering from rheumatism, and he will always find an excess of lactic acid; now then Low easy to And the true and positive remedy. How looUsh and unscientific, to attempt to n ntralize this excess of acid bv liniments or any other external applicat on. One more illustration of ignorance, exposed hy the true science of chemistry: Churchill’s great and wonderful remedy, composed ol the hy ofhosphites of 1 me, soda and potasia. so much used lor consump t on. Bead what the science or* c emistry pro 'oun ces the component parts of a tubercle to be.— Water. 2-8 Fattv matte is and chulcsterin. 4-3 Soluble salts. 0-7 Carbonate ot lime. 8-5 Phosphate ot lime . 74.I Other organic matters. 9-6 v 100 I now ask if tubercles could form in the lungs or any other part of the system, unTess the blood was too highly charged with lime? why introduce more into it? A more foolish, ignorant, ana injurious course, could not he adopted. Tubercle? in the lungs can never be dissolved, n6r the disease they occasion be cured, unless such agent he employed as w 11 dis solve and render fluid the lime charging the blood. In th s way may tubercles he dissolved, carried oft, and the disease cured, hut in no other. I have no more space or time to fllnstrate further bv chemical diagnosis. The true condition of the physical sys tem, both In a healthy $nd unhealthy state, can on ly be ascertained bv trie science of chemistry. I treat all chronic diseases with positive and cer tain remedies, and bonce the success of my spe ial mode of praefcxe. rr »•, w* M. D. and Practical Chemist. Until Septan*h*r next, my Wee will be at 77 Free Street, Portland, life. Olfico hours from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Consultation, free. jy24 eodtf Fryefti#^ Academy! THE FADE TERM of tins Institution prill commence on WEDNESDAY AUGUST 29TE, 1866 and confiuug cloven weeks. CHARLES D. BARROWS, A. B» Principal. \ TUITION. Common English, $4.00. Higher English and Latin, 5.00. Greek uiul Modern Languages. 6.00 Music and Drawing by competent ieaclicrs. Popular Lecturers may be expected duridg the Hoard can he obtained on reasonable terms. Also rooms for students wishing to board themselves. Application should he made immediately in person or hy letter to the Principal or to - JySOoodSw_ D. B. SEWALL, Sec’y. $3000 REWARD! rpHE National Village Bank, at Bowdoinham, was X entered on Friday Morning, 22dlnst., and about Eight Thousand Dollars in Bills, and Sixty Thousand Dollars in Bonds, taken fliercirom. Three Thousand Dollars ltewaru will he paid for the recovery of the money s^d Bond?, or a propor tionate sum for a less amount, or tv o thousand dol lars for tlic apprehension of the thieves. N. PUllRINGTON, Prcst. Bowdoinham. June22d, 1866. Icl3dtf MEDICAL. MEDICAL ELECTRICITY DR. W. n7 DEMING, j Medical Electrician 174 MIDDLE STREET, I Nearly Opposite the Uuiled States Hotel WHERE he would lespeeUuUy announce to citizens of Portland and vicinity, that he s permanontiy located in this city. During thethreo years we have'been in this city, we have cured some » , 5P® .YoraP form8 of disease in persons who have tried other ibrms ot treatment in vain, and curing ln 80 short a time that the question is often 8.tay„c.uJe.d \ To answer thiequestloi we will say that all that do not stay cured, we doctor the second time without charge. k*8 *i®?n ? Practic*l Electrician lor twenty 2?® ye.aTf> >9 also a regular graduated phvsiciai Electricity is perfectly adapted to chronic diseases in JJ*® Tkr™i0^ n®rv°us or sick headache; neuralgia ii « ®. “ea<** nec^» or extremities; consumption wliei in the acute stages or where tho lungs are not full} Involved; acute or chronic rheumatism, scrofula, hip diseases, white swellings, spinal diseases, curvature of the spine, contracted muscles, distortel limbs, palsy or paralysis, St. Vitas’ Dance, deafness, stam mering or hesitancy of speech, dyspepsia, indiges tion, constipation and liver complaint, piles—we cure every case that can be presented; asthma, bronchi tis, strictures of tlie chest, and all forms of female complaints. By Electricity ianvCilwK<illina^cf the Sou^y» tho lame anil tlie lazv ieap*witli joy, anu move with tho agility anil elastic* lty of youth; the heated brain is cooled; tbo frost DUten limbs restored, the uncouth deformities re moved; faintness converted to vigor, weakness to strength.* the blind made to see, the deaf to hear and tlie palsied form to move upriglit; the blemishes of youth are obliterated; tho accidents of mature Hie prevented; the calamities of old age obviated and an active circulation maintained. LADIES Who have cold bancs and feet; weak stomachs, 1am and weak backs; nervous and sick headache; dizzi ness and swimming in the head, with indigestion and constipation of the bowels; pain in the side and back; lcucorrlioia, (or whites); falling of the womb with in. ternal cancers; tumors, polypus, and all that lone train of diseases will Hud in Electricity a sure means of cure. For painful menstruation, too profuse menstruation, and all of those long line of trouble? with young ladies, Electricity is a certain specific, and will, in a short time, restore tlie sufferer to the vigor of health. TEETH Z TEETH Z TEETH Z Dr. D. still continues to Extract Teeth by Elec TRicrrr without pain. Dersons having decayed teeth or stumps they wish to have removed for reset ting he would give a polite invitation to call. Superior Electro Magnetic Machines for sale lor family use, with thorough instructions. Dr. D. can accommodate o lew patients with board und treatment at his house. Office hours from 8 o’clock A. Al. to 12 II.; from 1 to 61*. M., and 7 to 9 in the evening. Consultation free. novltl CHEROKEE CURE, ■me GREAT t INDIAN MEDICINE, \ Cures all diseases caused by self-abuse, viz;e» i Loss of I Memon/, Universal Lassi 9 tilde, Pains in the Back, Dim ness of Vision, Premature 3 Old A ge, Weak Ferres, Diffi Z\cult Breathing, Pals Counte ™nance, Insanity, Consump tion, and all diseases that ful - - vv^uvuw /VUWI1U1 IIIUISVICUIIU9. The Cherokee Caro will restore health and vigor, stop the emissions, and effect a permanent euro after all other medicines have failed. Thirty-two page pamphlet sent in a sealed envelope, free to any address. Price $2 per bottle, or threo bottles for $5. Sold by all druggists; or will bo sent by express to any portion of the world, on receipt of price, by the sole proprietor, Dr. W. E. MEEWHT, 37 Walker St., N. Y. Cherokee Remedy, vuiea an urinary v uin plaints, viz: Gravel, Infiam Lmation of the Bladder and mKidneys, Retention of I Urine, Strictures of the \Urethra, Dropsical SiceU rinffs, Brick Dust Depositst and all diseases that require a diuretic, and when used in conjunction with the CHEROKEE IRJECTIOR, does not fall to cure Oleet and all Mu cous Discharges in Male or Female, curing recent cases in from one to three days, and is especially recommeuded in those coses of Fluor Albus or Whites in Females. Tbo two medicines used in conjunction will not fall to remove this disagreeable complaint, and in those casea where other medicines have been used without success. Price, Remedy, One Bottle, |2, Three Bottles, $5. u Injection, tt u $2, “ “ $5. The Cherokee “ Cure," M Remedy,” and M Injec tion” ore to be found in all well regulated drug stores, and are recommended by physicians ana druggists all over the world, for their intrinsic worth and merit. Some unprincipled dealers, however, try to deceive their customers, by selling cheap and worthless compounds,—in order to make money— In place of these. Be not deceived. If the drug gists will not buy them for you, write to us, and we will send them to you by express, securely packed and free from observation. We treat all diseases to which the human system is subject, and will be pleased to receive fall and explicit statements from those who have foiled to receive relief heretofore. Ladios or gentlemen can address us in perfect con fidence. We desire to send our thirty-two page pamphlet free to every lady and gentleman in the land. Address all letters for pamphlets, medicines, or advice, to the sole proprietor, Dr. W. E. MEBWIB, 37 Walker 8t., S. T. IMarrhae Syrup. Doctors die like oilier men, lmt sonicl iincs their discoveries arc preserved to Moss future generations. Snell vras the case of one of tho most successful and eclobralcd physicians of Maine.— His piactice was extensive and his success remarkable. Fur many years lie kept a llutnnic Infirmary where hundreds wore restored to health. Among his most important preparation for diseases was DIARRHEA SYRUP. which lie used constantly about thirty years with the most satisfactory results. Near the close of liis valuable life (which wasltC2) he remarked that ho had never known this remedy to fail in any case of diar rhea when properly used. Wo would respectfully in form the public that wo own the Ilecipc for this inval uable Remedy and have been preparing it under the name of Welcome’s Diarrhea Syrup. now about four years during which time wo have sold with comparatively no effort, about live thousand bot tles giving fall satisfaction to the aillicted and eliciting Ihc most Matu ring recommendations from all quar ters. Many soldiers procured it while in the army and since returning who say it is a perfect cure far Dysentery and Diarrheaevoii'alterthe Doctors fail.— Had tho army been supplied with it many thousand of lives would have been saved by it. Those who be came acquainted with its virtues prefer ft to aiiv oili er medicine. No family or traveler should be without it. Give it a trial. MA N UFACTURED ON LY BY J. C. WELLCOME cC- CO., YARMOUTH, ME. Sold by Medicine dealers generally. Price .f*0 cts. per bottl’c. A liltcral discount to the trade. It may also be had at II. If. Hay or at \\r. F. Phillips & Co* of Fori land at wholesale. jyOOood CARLETON & HOVEY’S Summer Lozenges ! -FOE Diarrhea Dysentery, Cholera Mor bus, Cholera Infantum, -AND A Preventative of Asiatic Cholera. These Delicious Lozenges contain a proper quanti ty of the medicines generally prescribed by the best physicians, for Summer Complaints. W. W. WIIIPPLE, Agent June 29—eodOw For State of Maine. City Liquor Agency. The attention of Invidids, anti all others who have occasion to use any kind of liquors for medicinal purposes, is invited to the very select stock now kept at tnc Agency. Included in this stock aro Old Henucssv, Cognac. French and Cherry Brandv: Superior Old Port, Old Madeira. Sherry. Sicily. Malaga, and various Domes tic Wines; Fine Old Holland Gin; Old Jamaica, St. Croix and Medford Hum; 95 per cent. Alcohol; Fl tra Old Bourbon and Ityc Whiskey; best London Porter, Scotch Ale. &c. These articles arc all received from the State Com missioner. arc of standard proof, and have all been assayed by the State Ass;iyor, and certified to be pure. The subscriber feels con ft* lent that the superior quality of these goods cannot fail to give entire satis faction, and they arc offered as low as thoy can possi blv be afforded. For the present, the Agency is kept at No. 188 Fore Street. Entrance in the rear f rom Central Wharf. LORENZO HAMBLIN, Aug. 1. dim City Liquor Agent. Hollins & g i l k e it, r At the old stand ot E. Dana. Jr APOTHECARIES, Deering Block, Corner ot Congress and PiebleSts., PORTLAND, ME. Foreign and Domestic Drugs, Chemicals, Fuid Ex I mets, Toilet Articles, Perfumery, and Fancy Goods. Physician’s prescriptions carefully prepared, either by day or night. Mr. Charles B. Greenloaf, who ha3 been at this stand for a number of years, will remain as prescrip tion clerk. _ jul 1 U Factsworthremembering ! ! NO more Sky-blue heads 1 No more turning away oi your best friends because they smell Sulphur. | PEASE’S VEGETABLE HAIR RENEWER 1 will restore faded and gray hair peifectly natural (no i yellow»; it will arrest its falling off at once; it covers | bald heads some limes with a good head ot hair; it i cures any disease of the sealp, and sick headache; it ! is the bed coloring ani dressing combined, in the j land. Beautifully perfumed. Try a bottle. H. H. 1 Hay & Co, and Messrs. Crosman & Co, sell it in any 1 antitie». june2?d3m Sweet Opoponax. THE Opooonax is a native flower from Mexico, of rare and very rich fragrance, from which I he ex tract is distilled, and for sweetness and delicacy has no equal. For sale by W. W. WOIPPIiE, Druggist* Augl—Cw Wholesale and Retail. WOT. IV. WHIPPLE, Wholesale Drngglts 21 Market Square, Portland, Me. jull8-tr medical. DR. J. B. IIVGIIES CAN BE FOUND AT IUS PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS. No. 14 Preble Street, Near the Preble House, WHERE he can be consulted privately, and with tlio utmost confidence by the afflicted, at all hours daily, and irom 8 A. M. to 91*. M. Dr. H. addresses those who are suffering under the affliction of private diseases, whether arising from impuro connection or the terrible vice of sell-abuse. Devoting his entire time to that particular branch of the medical profession, he feels warranted in GUAR ANTEEING A CURE IN ALL CASES, whether Of long standing or recently contracted, entirely removing the dregs of disease from the s vs tom, and making a perfect and PERMANENT CURE. He would call the attentiou of the afflicted to the filet of his long-stmuling and wcll-carnod reputation furnishing sufficient a»-surance of ltis skill and suc cess. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Every intelligent and thinking person must know that remedies humled out for general use should have their efficacy established by well tested experience in the hands of a regularly educated physician, whoso preparatory studies fit him for all the duties he must fulfil; yet the country is ilooded with poor nostrums and cure-alls, purporting to be the best in the world, which are not only useless, but always injurious. The unfortunate should he particular in selecting his physician, as it is a lamentable yet incontrovertible fact, that many syphilitic patients are made misera ble with ruined constitutions by maltreatment from inexperienced physicians in general practice; for it is a point generally conceded by the best svphilogva pliors, that the study and management of these com plamte should engross the whole lime of those who would be competent and successful In their treatment ami cure. The inexperienced general practitioner, having neither opportunity nor time to make himself acquainted with the:r pathology, commonly punmes ono system of treatment, in most cases making an indiscriminate uso of tl,at nulhiunfed and dangerous weapon, tne Mercury. HAVE CONFIDENCE. All who have committed an excess of any kind, whether It be tlio solitary vice of voutb, or the sling ing rebukeut misplaced comidencein maimer years, SEEK FOR AN ANTIDOTE IN SEASON. /M1C9> a"'! Lassitude aiul Nervous 1 rostration that may follow Impure Coition, are t he Barometer to the whole system. I>0 not wait lor tlio consummation that is sure to 0)1 tew; do not wait for Unsightly Ulcers, for Disabled Limbs, fir T»ss of Beautv and Complexion. HOW MANY' THOUSANDS CAN TESTIFY' TO THIS BY' UNHAPPY EXPERIENCE ! \bung men troubled with emissions in sleep.—a complaint generally tbe result of a bad habit in youth,—treated scientilically and a perfect cure war ranted or no charge made. Hardly a day pissos bat we arc consulted by one or more young men with the above disease, some ot whom are as weak and emaciated as though they had tho consumption, and by their flicudsaro supposed to ha\ c it. All such cases yield to the proper and oiilv correct course of treatment, mid in a short time are made to rejoice in periect health. MIDDLE-AGED MEN. There are many men at (he age of thirty who are troubled wall too fro'inent evacuations from the blad der, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burn ing sensation, and weakening tho system in a manner tho palient cannot account for. On examining the ttnnary deposits a ropy sediment will often bo found, and sometimes small particles ot semen or albumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin milkisn hue, again changing to a ilark and turbid appearance. There arc many men who die of this difficultv. ig norant of the cause, which is the SECOND STAGE OP SEMINAL WEAKNESS. *. r,ca11, warrant a pcnect cure in such cases, and a full and healthy restoration ot the urinary organs. Poisons, who cannot personally consult tlie l)r., can do so by writing, in a plain manner, a descrip , 1 heir diseases. and the appropriate remedies will he forwarded immediately. All correspondence slrictly comidcntial. and wUll>e relumed, it' desired. Address: DR. ,T. Ii. HUGHES, -T . . . No. 14 Preble Streei Next door to the Preble House. Portland. Me. 83r" Send a Stamp lor Circular. Elcctic Medical Infirmary, TO THE LADIES. DR. HUGHES particularly invites all Dailies, wno V£c?,:* ,m°d‘cal adviser, to call at his rooms. No, 14 I’reblcSlreet, which they will find arranged lor iheir especial accommodation. Dr. H.’s Electio Renovating Modicfnes arc unrival led in olhcacy ami m| ciinr virtue in regulating all rema'o Irregularities, Hich* action is specific and certain of producing l ollcf in a short lime. LADIES will fa id i. invaluable in all cases of ob structions after ull oti.cr remedies have been tried in yam. It is purely vegetable, containing nothing in tlie least injurious lo llic health, and mav be taken with perfect safely at all times. Sent lo any part of Die coiuitr v. with full directions, by addressing 1)11. HUGHES, No. 14 Preble Street, Portland. N. R.—Ladies desiring may consult one of (heir own sex. A lady of experience in constant atlend am^;__.fnnl.l8C5d£w. Ready for Business / Tim subscriber having lost almost his entire stock ol goods by tlio late lire, lias just received a fresh stock oi Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, and Dye Stuffs, And is now ready to wait upon his-ftrincr friends and the pubic generally at the Barn belonging to the es tate of the late Mrs. lloodv, on Chestnut street, near ly opposite Methodist Church. Sir. Draddish will be in attendance when lio would be happy to seo bis friends. SAMUEL ROLFE. July 30—d&wtf Tr,^Sruvian Bali’ Regenerator URNS Grey Hair to its original color; promotes its CTowtb. and pi events its ailing off. ty For Bale by Druggists. May 12—d3m* I>r. Davch, llIIS REMOVED TO HIS NEW OFFICE 13 1-2 FREE ST. Office hours from 11} o’clock A. M. tolP. M., and 0 to 4 P.M. PT* Special attention given to the Diseases and Operations etf the Eye. to whieh the morning hour will be exclusively devoted. jnnold&wt B E M O V A 1^! P^Dr. W. R. Johnson, DENTIST, lists Rett, .veil bis Office to 13 1-2 Free St Second Housefrom H. H. Hay’s Apothecary may’.O Store. diwtl Ready for Business / David Tucker, Book, Card & Job Printing, Formerly at 6.1 and »1 Exchange St, Is now permanently located at NO. 102 FORE STREET, Between Plumb and Exchange Hirer!*, Over Rufus Stanley's, Where ho is prepared with Six New Machine Printing Presses, New Engine, Type Ac., To Attend to the wants of his numerous customers and tho public generally, in the way of Printing- of Every Description. All orders at home or abroad thankfully received, and will bo attended to with my usual promptness. augld&w3m DAVID TUCKER. II. W. JOHNS* IMPROVED ROOFING, IB THE Cheapest and Best Roofingr in Use. IT IS FIREPROOF and can easily be appliod l>y any one. It is fully as durable as TIN, is insured at same rales and costs. LESS TUAN HALF AS MUCH. Send fir circulars and pricos to H. W. JOHNS, 78 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK. jg*A good agent wauled. jySOlf CAPE ELIZABETH BATH BOOHS. Tho subscriber begs leave to inform the citizens of Portland and the public in general, that he in tends opening his Bath Rooms at the Mineral Spring; situated on Cape Elizabeth, half or three quarters of a mile from the bridge leading irom the P. S. & P. Railroad, this Saturday atternoon. They Kill be opened every Sabbath lorenoon, where the public can be accommodated with Salt or Fresh Wat er Baths, hot or cold, at any hour of the day. There is a so a Rcstuarant in connexion with the establish ment. N. B. Further particulars next week. ju21.dtr ISAAC BARNUM. COTTON DUCK, CHAINS, ANCHORS, &c. The subscribers, manufacturers and sole agents lor the sale uf “LAWRENCE” and “OLD COLONY” Cotton Duck and Twine, now have a full assortment on hand; likewise:— 300 Pieces Cotton Ravens Dnck. 20 Bales 2 and 3 thread Flax Sail Twine. 20 Bales Stout and LigbtRussia Ravens Duck. 500 Coils Hoth’s Russia Bolt-Rone. 300 Pieces English Anchor Bunting, assorted colors 100 Chain Cables, j} in. to 1J in. 100 Tons CoilChain, 3-16 in. to 11 in. Warranted American Anchors. For sale at 23 & 25 Commercial St., Boston, mayt—d3m FEA.BING, THACHER& CO For SaIe-$20,000 to $30,000 Worth of excellent Vessels; the Gocd Wi 1 of a per manent prosperous Cash Freighting Business; also, a valuable Residence and Farm (63 acres). CrOH.mnn Bhi., Huntington. Long Island, N. Y. C'rossninn Bros. A U.«, Woodbridge, New Jersey. j Aug 6—lm msCELLAJillOP. ^ WARRENS ROOFIIOs /» now m wie «. Aiiac Englmul, u/,™ m most costly Puttie and Private Structures. In the opinion of eminent Architects and nuiLn ers its value as a rooting material is noxt to that of copper (tlio great cost oi which preeluds its general adoption,) and Jar superior to any other rooting in general use. • Ninety qf ihc largest Manwacluring Corporations in tlia New England Stales hoce more than 2,500,000 square feet tf surface covered with Warrens' Iioqfi Ing many thousand feet qf which has replaced Tin. Boston, April 25th, 18GG. My experience with Warrens’ Roofing is, that roofc covered in a proper manner with it, are superior to onytliingthat lam conversant with, except Copper. Yours truly, J. Preston, Architect. Boston, April 21tli, 18GC. N. Eng. Ftli Roofing Cn. It gives us pleasure to nay, that, oft9r having tried the various kinds of covering for Hat roots lor tirst class stores, and for all kinds of buildings, we have abandoned (many years since) all save that of the New England Felt Booling Co. We now insert in all. our Bpeeiiieatinns, that the Hat shall be covered with your composition. Yours respectfully, J. E. & N. Brown. Bos ion Flay Mills, Boston, April 26th igcn. New Fug. Fe't Roofing Co.: We have used your Homing on our factory and storehouses for the Inst fourteen years, and regard it as tlic most economical, safe, and serviceable Boot ing in the market. Yours truly, CflAS. T. lIunnARn, Tr.f Pei: Parker. Merrimau manufacturing Co., Lowell, March 15,1W6. New Eng. Felt Roofing Coj Company begun using “Warrens’ Hoofing,” in 1S5C, and haring used it on nearly all their buildings constructed since then; at present they have nearly One Hundred Thousand square feet qf it. They have found it to be all that it claimed to be, and have no hesil at ion in saving they consider it the best covcni ing for Hat roots in the market. Yours truly, Joiqi C. Palfrey, Snpt. Portland, Me.. March 12, BCG. New Eng. Fell Roofing Co.: Yours of the 9tli, in relation to “Warrens’ Improv ed Fire and Water Proof Booling” is received. When properly applied, we consider it better than any other grayel rooting. Yours truly, T. & »T. B. Cummings. Bath, Mo., April 10th, 1£CC. New Eng. Felt Roofing Co.: I have used Warren’s Improved Fire and Water Proof Roofing” (in covering the main building of the Bath Hotel, a brick structure, four stories high) for twelve years past. Although at the time it was considered butimperfectly covered; there has been no repairs required yet. and from its present appear ance 1 do not see why it will not answer its purpose as long as the building itself will stand. The expense to me was about tlie same as a sharp roof covered with shingles, which would no doubt have required a new covering by this lime. I believe it to be the cheapest and most durable Booling used in tliis vicinity, and should use it on any class of buildings, in preidrcncc to all others. Yours, 4c.f Cyrus M. Plummer, Freemans National Rank, Augusta, Maine, March 26th, lime. Ena Eng- Felt Hoofing Co.: Yours at hand, 111 reply, would say lliat in 1862, we used "Warren's Rooting” on our Rank building (55 x 32 ft.) It gave perfect satisfaction, and continu ed perfectly tight unlll the great lire of September, 1865, at which time ours, with many other buildings were destroyed. We have since erected another, which is covered with “Warrons’ Rooting,” believing It to be the best kind of Kuoiing, both as a protection against Fire and Water. The fire was communicated to our building J'revi the Depot hi the rear, through the floor and windows; not through ihtrogf. Y'ours respectfully, W. W. Hallett, President. Manchester Print Works, Manchester, N, II., Sept. 15, i860. Eew Eng. Felt Hoofing Co.: The area of roofs covered with “Warrens’ Roofing” material, mnnuthetured by you, on tlic buildings of the Manchester Print \Vorks Corporation, is lullv six acres. 1 have hod personal knowledge and su pervision of all the above rooting, as Constructing Engineer, and alsu of fully as much more elsewhere; and I can confidently say, that it is the best Rooting of any of tlio similar kinds. Yours, truly, M. W. Oliver, Engineer. Nashua, N. II., March ath. 1866. Eew Eng. Felt Hoofing Cod The covering of my brick stores, put on in U53, amounting to 13,41a srpiaro fbot, has proved entirolv satisfactory. It lias never leaked nor (hilcd in any part, and promises to be very durable. THIRTEEN YEARS experience with your Roof ing has confirmed and increased my good'oniniun o4 ■Is excellence, and I most cheerfully continue my commendation of it, using it whenever I have occa sion to cover a fiat roof, Yours truly* L. W. Noyes. INSURANCE It effected in the Lett ojhcct In the United States, ant! abroad, at tame ruler at on build ings covert)1 with other fire-prosJ materials. For more dot ailed informs lion respecting ibis mate ria], and price of nailing, with names of reliable, practicable Roofers, using oidv the materials manu Ihetured by fids Company, apjdy either personally or by letter, at the otlice of the New Exglanh Felt Roofing Company, 5 Liuerty Square, Boston, or to EDWARD HARLOW, Agent. OFFICE AT C. M. RICE’S, No. 183 Fore Street, Portland. jy30dlm S T E AM^ replied soaps ? LEATHE & GORE, WOULD solicit the attention oi the trade nnd consumers to their Standard Brands of STEAM REFINED SOAPS, -viz: EXTRA, FAMILY, NO. 1, OLEINE, CHEMICAL OLIVE, CRANE'S PATENT, SODA, AND AMERICAN CASTILE, All of SUPERIOR QUALITIES, in packages suita ble f r the trade and lamily use. Importing direct our chemicals, and using only the best materials, and as our goods are manufactured under • be personal supervision of our senior partner, who has bad thirty years practical experience in the business, we therefore assure the public with con denee that we can and will furnish the Best Goods at the Lowest Prices I Having recently enlarged and erected NEW WORKS, containg all the modem improvements, we are enabled to famish a supply of Sana* of tho Best Qualities, adapted to the demand, for Ex* port and Domestic Caasamptiou. LEATUE A GORE’S STEAM REFINED SOAPS I SOLD BY ALL THB Wholesale Grocers Throughout the Stale. Leathe & Gore, 397 Commercial St, 47 6t 49 Beach Street, PORTLAND, MAINE. March 26—dtl Patent Bronze Metal Sheathing! MANUFACTURED BY THE New Bedford Copper Co. IN the manufacture of Yellow Metal Sheathin", it has been the universal practice hitherto, as It still is with other manulacturers. to immerse the sheets, alter all rolling is done, in an acid bath. The effect sought, and obtained, by this process, is to give the metal the line yellow color to which it owes Its dis tinctive name. But this effect is, of necessity, attended by results aurlous to the metal. The hard and highly poHsh surlhce, formed on the sheets by successive heat ing and cooling and the action oi the rolls, is re moved, and a surfhee left in its stead—bright, Indeed, but rough, pimpled and unequally corroded, and con siderably softer than the surface removed. No one can doubt that any given sheet of sheath ing metal must be better with a hard, smooth sur face than with a softer and rougher surface. This improvement in the art of sheathing ships has been secured by Letters Patent oi the United States to the New Bedford Copper Company. The composition of this metal Is exactly the same as that ot the yellow or Muntz metal, the sole differ ence being in the surface finish. It is believed that this is very important and will add months to the wear ot the metal. The Bronze Metal is sold at the s ime price as Yel low Metal. Samples and a moie particular description at the office of McGllvery, Ryan & Davis, Agents of the New Bedford Copper Co., 181 Commercial Street. CPBuits of Yellow or Bronze Sheathing Metal de livered at any convenient port. Juneldtf Dry Goods 1 Dry Goods! M. J. Cushman, No. 19 India Street, Portland, TTAS opened a large assortment of DRY GOOD8 O. In connec Ion with hor MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS, To which tihe Invites the attention of the public gen erally, as ehe Is selling very low for cash. Remember the place, NO. H INDIA STREET, Next to Stanwood's Apothecary store aug y—3w_ State Normal School—Farmington. THE Fall Tens will commence with an exam Ira tlon of candidates on Wednesday. Aug Kid, under tne direction of G. M. Galii, Principal, Edward Ballard. Superintendent of Common School,. Brunswick, Aug 2.1866. aug4to22. PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES, combining the maximum ol efficiency, durability and economy, with the minimum or weight and price. They are widely and Avorablc known, more than cno being In use. All warranted satisIkctoiT, or no sale. Descriptive circulars sent on application. Address J. C. HOADLE Y A CO.. Lawrence, Mass. Jnl 13 <13u> ■ —-1-- -"m ■■»» AUCTION SALES. E. M. PAT'jT®^ dL CO., Auclioiu'em* 0*c«- 1*0 F,re Genteel Brick DwelliMk on Winter Street, at Auction. ON TUESDAY next, August 14th, at i past In o clock, on the premises, will bo sola fbo two storied brick and slated d oiling No. 4 Winter at.— This house was thoroughly built, and finely finished; has been kept in excellent order, fitted with gas throughout, toge her v Ith lurnnee, cisterns, &c. It contains twelve well 9izeU fl. ished rooms, with plen ty of dothos-presses. closets and pantries, an is • cally one ot the most desirable dwellings that has been offered this season. Lot TGxlCO—including a bno garden sp >t we’l stocked with fruit and shrub S®rv'; This property must be sold wit ,<»u reserve, par ies can look through the house b calling on the auctioneers. augiodtd E* :*«. FATTEN A CO., Auctioneer., omcc iso Fore Street. Household Furniture at Auction. 0S2iv«n?YstA\’ ■iV'r,st r'’at ln A- }’■ K«>. thmily mUnrjuisliing iinn. o-kcc^ng.^'m ™'i gm'"'*! Ins. Jable*. Haricot*. < liairs. l:S,ut»,, **«■>»* 8**nd*- ' UTie's, Minarx, c re. Very. OIuxn and < hiiiti \V arc. fs.it< hen Furniture and Steves vdlli a variety of oilier articles. vts’ nuglO HIE R€H ANDISE. Choice If etc Wheat Flour. ALEX It. SMITH & CO., BRILLIANT. anti other Choice Jirands, In store and for sale bv BRADLEY, COOLIlX.ii: & ROGERS. AngS—Ini Saint Louis Flour! ! CHOICE New Wheat Family Flour of tl e most celebrated brands. T. Harrison A Co., Plant*. Eagle, Brilliant XXX, Dictator, Tropical, A ma run to, Whitmore, FOR 8AI.E BY Churchill, Brow ns <£• Manson aug7dtf COAL, COAL, COAL, w o <> 1» ! ; GEO. GILIV1AN & CO., Head Union Wharf, HAVE taken the stand formerly occupied by the CONSUMERS’ MUTUAL COAL CO., and are now prepared to furnish tlic different varieties o COAL AND WOOD l OF THE BEST QUALITY, Delivered in anv part of tlie citv, which we will sell at the LOWEST CASH PRICES. We arc now dis cliargitigfrom vessels Red Ash, Egg and Stove, free burning and pure: White Ash, Egg and Stove. Also Lehigh, of the different sizes, for furnace and store. Our Coals are kept under cover, screen d, and Uo liverad in the best possible manner. We intend to spare no effort on our part to please those wlio may patronize ns with their orders. June II—dtf Coal, Coal, Coal. JUST RECEIVED and for sale by the undersigned at their Wharf, Cor. Franklin Wharf & Commercial St., 275 Tons Hazel ton Lehigh, BROKEN AND EGO SIZE. 300 TONS LOCUST MOUNTAIN EGO AND STOVE SIZE. 200 TONS LOBRIiY, Free burning and VERY rUP.E, and all kinds White anil Kcil Ash Coal. These Coals are ot the very best quality, and war anted to give satisfaction. ALSO, BOO cords ot best quality of HARD nnil SOFT WOOD, which we will sell at the veiy lowest price and deliver it to anv part ot tile city at short notice. IS"Ulvc us a call and try ns. T im S. ROUNDS & SON. Jan 10th—dtf WOOD ! WOOD ! WOOD ! The subscribers has just received a lot of good NOVA SCOTIA WOOD ! and intend to keep constantly on hand tho various kinds and quality ts offer their customers at the low est cash price. HEAD UNION WHARF. SIMEON SUCRTXEFF k CO. J 2dtf Sagua Molasses. 418 irHDS.) 22 Tierces. J Choice Sagua Molasses: cargo 2S5J Darrels. ) of llrig Torrent, from Sagnn. For sale by GKO. M. II I’NT. augf—dCw 111 Commercial Street. Wisconsin Oats. 10,000 Bl'SHELs in store and to arrive. ’ WALLOON &• TRUE, angll—iw* Nos. 4 and B Union Wharf. Sierra Morena Molanseo. 200 HI IDS.) CJayed Molasses from Sierra UO Tierces, j Morciia. For sjIc bv GEORGES. HUNT, _ augt—dCw 111 Commercial Street. Clayed Molasses. 750 HHDS. ( PRIME QUALITY CLAY loo TIERCES. ( ED MOLASSES, car*** cl Rark ‘‘IVni'y” and Brig “Mechanic,” from Cardenas, for aalchy LYNCH, BARKER <C CO., J30 Commercial Street. jJune 8. lnsc-tf COAL. Wc have just landed and are ready to deliver at lowost prices three cargoes of Jackson’s McNoal Coal. The success this coal met with dar ing the past season warrants us in urging all who have not yet tried it to do so. PERKINS, JACKSON Sc CO., , , Sawyer’s Wharf, Pont ol High St. July II—dtf Southern Pine Lumber WE arc prepared to execute orders for SOUTH ERN PINE LUMBER, by the cargo, deliver ed with dispatch at any convenient port. MculILVURT, RYAN U DAVIS April 17—dtf_101 Commercial 8t. GEORGIA Yellow Pine Lumber AND TIMBER. THE undersigned is ready to execute orders or con tract fur lumber, timber and dimension stuff, de livered at the lowest prices, direct from mills in Geor gia. Address, O. D. ROGERS, Auga—lm Box £530, Now York. CHS ARM. 200 M. imported and domestic Clears for sale by C. C. MITCHELL St SON. _ jnllSU 178 Fora Streit. Of! OHO BUSHHLS Pruno High MHed Sji AU' fVJ and pure Yellow Com. 7 EDW.H. BURGIN A CO ul 14 tf 120 Commercial Street GILMAN’S Hoop Shirt —AND— CORSET STQRE, No. 166 MiddJe Street, Is the place to buy Cheap. |ySee small bills. aug7—dtf ( has. A. Backlcff A Co„ The Only Shoe Stare Left On Middle St, No. 176, Opposite the U. S. Hotel. SELLS CHEAP FOR CASH. augldiw4rw2w THE EAKTEKY EX (•KEMM CO are now pcrmauentlv located at No. 21 Free street, and prepared to do Express Business over all ihe Rail road and Steamboat routes In the State, and West by P. S. * P., Eastern and Boston St Mnlnc Roads to Boston, connecting there with Expresecs to all pa1 ts ol the cotintrv. For the convenience of our customers on Commer cial and Foro streets, an order book F»r freight Calls wfll be kopt at office of ( anadian Express Co., No. -Foro street. J. N. WINSLOW. Jy34 tf