Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, 30 Mart 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated 30 Mart 1864 Page 4
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I'wntf »MM—n mm—mu iMajjia— *' THE MARKETS, Porlluud Wholesale Prices Correal. Kxyrmdy corrected for iho Pusofl to Mr-rcli 3*' by Mr. M. N. Kice. A*be*. Pearl lb.8*# » Pot..8 3 #2 GreenfVbbl... .2 60#8 Ofl Sliced t> lt>.y;*)". Cored ** lb.1 >2 Uucorw U>.8# 08 Bread. Pilot p lOOlfcs. ®Vi hllip. &J ft" Crackers perbbi.St ft'O Crackers, V 100. .40 i»40c Bulls r. Family \> lb.37 #42c Store.33 vft36 Branii Marrow 4> bush#2 50#2 r»2 Pea.2 50 a 2 tj£ Blue Pod.2 37 a 2 <y Candle*. Mould p lb.15 J #k Sperm....T37 #38 Chee*e. Vermont lb.17#1H Country.15A#10 Coal—(Retail.) Lehigh.1U#12 Chestnut.0 5 ># CotfVe. Java |p lb.42 ®47c Cape...&> o ■ ’> Rio .30# 38 Cordage* American p lb .18# lt< Ku»«ia Hemp.22 0,42 Manilla.21 a-- 22 Boltropo, Russia 22 a,23 do. Manilla’. 22£ # 2-i Cement* bbl.918&@18T Ding* and Dye*. Alum |p lb. 5# 6c Aloes .87 (a1 4< Arrow Root.17 #40 Ilor&x.32 #35 Brimstone (roll).. 6©54 Bi-Carl*. Soda.7? #8 Sulphur.tttc£ 84 Sal Soda.4 <*4 Camphor.146# 1W Cream t artar.40 #66 Logwood ex.14# 15 Magnesia .32 ^12 Indigo, M' l a. fl ne. 1 60 a/l Ofi Madder .17c *18 unniB.wftfu c Rhubarb.287® 3 Or Alcohol.1 08® 2 1 Plaid. .1 06 m06 Saltpetre.12 ®26 Vitriol.18 @20 Dfruopda. Bar wood .2£@ Brazil Wood.13 % < am wood .4 J o. 4; Fustic, Cuba.2<@3 “ ttavattvilla.2 @24 HjT>erDic.4f@ o Logwood, Campeachy.2j@2* St. Domingo.2:o, 2i Extract Logwood.13 @14 Kic Wood. @ Peach “ .3}@ 4j Red “ .8]® 3J Sapan « .2 @ oucrcitron Bark. .2^® 2: Bad Sander*.8 ® 6 Dark. Karens. @ 6>c Portland, No. 8.1 12®0«V " No. 10. TO® 0 Nary,S’r,No. 3.1 ll®0dC “ No. 10. 76 p 00 fisk. Cod large p qut. .«61® 6 **. small.6® 64 Pollock...4 &4? Haddock, .. . ...none Hake.276&300 Herring,£horeg)bl.4 6®6 do. Labrador., none, do. Scaled bx.$k®40c do. No. 1.2&®90 Mackerel 4* bbl., Magda line-20 @2 5 Bar No. 1.. ..«l£s@10j Bay No. 2.llj@12i Bay No. 3.none Shore No. i ... .15 ®16j •< “ 2.11® 151 Fruit* Almonds—Jordan |> Ih, Soft Shell.28 @«8c Shelled..42@4ffc Currant?.161® If; Citron, uf-w.35 @83 Pea Nuts.412871 ®3<ki Pigs, common ... 25 New Elerne. Cw 29 Orange®—box . &4 25g60n Raisins, Bunch Tp box. 425® Layer.4 50® Dater. . 14® 15c Prune? new_18! (a ‘M Floor—Portland' iu*p Superfine .... SW> 5028 T.f Fancy.7 00,2,7 2* Extra.7 25 @7 85 Double Extra . .7 76'*.S 3' Extra Superior 8 50Cw* it Western extras 7 25®7 ♦£ Ohio extra — 7 iVVd.7 ?.r Canada No 1 7 2&;ag7 5C StLouisFavBrnd* 91 @10? Southern do,9! a,l"j Patapsco l am f ’ v.. 11 a> \ 11 Corn Meal.*; ’A a ', Buckw’t Fl’r «760@8 brl Grain* Rye.1 45®1 U Oats. 78$ SO South Yel.Corn.. 135« 14£ Corn, Mixed.... 1 35®] 3» Barley.110®1 V Gunpowder. Blasting.*5® 54 Rifle and Sporting.6‘® 8 Hay* Presss’d netT.«22 223 i*ooae. 23 ® 24 Straw ..*9 Hide* and Skin*. B. A. Hide?. 28® 21* Western.21 ® 22 Slaughter Hides.. 7*®9c C«lf Skins*.184® 17 Calcutta Cow Slaughtered. . .1 90221C G reen Salt.1 85 22 00 Sheep Pelts, Gr’n.l 70® 175 Hops. First Sort, 1883.. .23 @25 Iron. Common.&M£6’ " H*. lined . .c® > Swede.«?® 00 Norway ...lOja n. Cast Steel.28 a 30 German Steel—29 @31 English Blis.8teel.2o @00 Spring.HJ® 14 Sheet Iron. Engl. .8 (a:*\ Sheet Iron,Ru«ria.22 ®25 do. Ru?. iin’t. .15 C®17 Hard. Barrel, pit _14i@14, Keg?, P lb.14;@14 heathir. New York, light .30'® 32; do. md. wts.. .33 (o 34 do. heavy.... 3> u3M do slaughter. .45 (ft 50 Amer. Calfskin?.. 100® 115 m'ter Wax F^eath.21 ft 2? lifad* Am. l'ig ^ 100 lb.*11.0,12 Sheet and Pipe.. 14 <gl5 Lime. Rockland, cask . .110@115 Lumber—From yard. Clear Pine, No. 1.988 (tg 40 do. No.2 .87 Go) 39 do. No. 3. .28® 80 Shipping Lumber.923 @25 Spruce.917® 20 Hemlock.. .. ..10&12 Box MTks.(pine).85 @70c Clapb'ds, S ext. .914 <$18 do. P “ 30 (<g32 .Shingles, Cod. ex" 8 87® 4 do. “ No.l.2]@ 3 do. ext. l’iue.4 o Lathe,Spruce.... 13^0,1 50 do. Pine.160^226 Rod Oak Stave** . .26 @30 Mol. Hhd. Shooks k Heade,city. 242a 250 Sugar do. city. .225@260 do. do. c't’ry.l5<><tl 76 Oreeu Co’y ea'd.. 9CK&1 00 Country Rifl'Mol. Hhd.Shook*.. . 160@1 76 Sla*h.1 UP a 120 Uooim.*26 @>5 Hack me tack Tim ber, fMun.10@20 >1 «>tii Cieutiiogog.none. Trinidad. 70 ,2 Cuba clayed.81448 do. do.tart".. 63 @55 do.Muscovado". 66@ 08 New Orleans. none Portlands) rup.bhd* none do. bbln (5) 00 Kails. Ca^k.*8 255)060 Nh ra I Stolen. Ta r (fo reign) Dtbbl .915 a 18 .Pitch (Coal Tar). .981® 4 'Rosin.40 a 45 Turpentine(pgal 37f@800 Oakum. American.11 @13 Oil. Portland Kerosene Iilumiuat'g Oil G5@ 70 Sperm Winter.. .2 12@220 Whale,ref. Wint 1 28@1 30 Viranu liai.K. iuia Bay Chaleur. 886 (a 87 Shore.22 &34 Linseed.> 1 G2 0,1 <’>4 Boiled.1 f*Yccl (W Lard Oil.I 25'a-l »* Olive Oil.200^2 30 castor Oil.22&$2W Neats foot oil... .125&13S Ouicua — |> bbl.88 7&;?7 2'. p|busb.82 6c.»2 70 ft*n inlfu P’tPdLead.inoil*14 50®16 Lewis Lead, “ . 15&15 »0 Pure Dry Lead. ...14 Ca French Zinc, "11 75a 1225 Amer. Zinc, “ 976,al02o Rochelle Yellow.. .3 ja 3^ Eng. Ven. Red... .8}® 4 Litharge.. . \ttl5 Red Lead . (&16 Plaate, t Per ton Soft.3 60@3 <32 Hard. none. Ground..7 00«j£7 50 I'rou-ioiik, iCh’go Me** Bccf.816| %16 Portland do. . .IS&lni P’tl'dext. do. .. 16‘j (a 17 Pork, extra clear 26 0,27 Pork, clear.25 (a 26 Pork, meat.. 28 00 a24«M) Pork.l*rime.2«» «21 Round Hogg.11$ « 12 Hama.lifcyUk Citv Smok'd Ham*. 14^15 l^radarr. B**cff>qu'r V Ib 10^12 Eggs, fi do/. 2 a24 Potatoes, pbbl.82 0 *rr225 Chicken*.22 Lamb .8 (ct> 10 Torkie*.2* (a 22 Geese.17 a 18c Rice. Rice *> tb.7$@ 8j R n m* Portland distilled. 1 25^00 Salem tu<*. Saleratu* Jp lb-G}@ 9] Salt. Turk’* I*., V* bbd. (8 bus.). ..>4 25 @4 75 Liverpool.iioue Cadiz.none Cagliari. 4 25 a,4 75 Starch. Pearl..10@10| Potato.4.0- 4;' Shut 100tbs ft0f£lO Drop.I* -aV> Buck. @18 Son p. Family do.f>: o' No. 1.. l"n ;• So<ha.10Art ll Oleine. 10**11 Castile.14 @20 Crane’s. @9J Spire*. Cas.-ia f* lb..... 75 @7fic Clove* Ginger, (Pace)-405; 42 Ginger, (Africa). .40 @4? N utmegs.1 35@ 1 45 Pepper. 4 8 @50 Pimento.£2 @34 Stuiar. Portland A.none do. A A ... .141 «*. 144 do. Yellow . 14JO* Extra Yellow.none Muscovado. 14514* Havana Brown.14 a \>\ do. White. 18* n 16; New Orleaus..... 14 a; 17 Crushed. 2u«2i*j C, ran n 1 ated.2t>« 20 J Powdered.20@20j Tea*. Hyson.7 9e5 *1 Young Hyson-its* 5. 1 (*0 Oolong .95.0.1 05 do choice. .100 @1 10 Souchoug ...., ...80 @90 Tobiirco. 5’f& 10’s best br’df. 7(Vff75c do. medium. .66 @7*• do. common. 60 @65 half lbs best br’ds.75 @80 do. mod.good.76 @75 do. common... 66$ 70 Natural Leaf. Mi*. 81 <5.1 25 Navv-poundt*.Torn 80 Wood. Hard, retail....89 50(510 Soft. “ .5 @6 Vnrni»li. Furniture—S3 00@ 4 00 Coach.3jf5? 6 Da mar.S50@ 600 \N ool. Fleece.UM0 Pullet!.71 @R2c Exrhnnyc. London—69d 1 bO4??! 91 Portland !>rv Goods Market. Fxprta&iv corrected for the Prkfp (o March 80, by M. X. i:rh. COTTON GOOD©. Inches. Price Heavy Sheeting©. .37.08 (g. 43 Fine “ 36.*28 35 •* 44 4<t.30 fa 37] •' “ 5-4.3J4 & 424 Medium « 37.2“' 32 i.igiit •' 37.21 « 85 J4t3rtiu(.27to»i 19 ® 2lj EIT.ACHkD FitE STING. Good Bleached Sheeting.36.84 fa 32 •4 •* “ 0-R.32* fa 37A 44 4 4 .5-4.87] fa 40 Medioin 4‘ 36.2o a. 27] Shirting...27 to 82.... 18 to, 2" DRILLING. Heavy Drilling.30.40 fa 42 Medium 44 »>.32; a. 87* COTTON FLANNEL*. Heavy Cotton Flannel©. . 42] fa 45; Medium “ 44 —.27 . fa 37 aTEIPED SSiUTING. Heavy Striped Shirtiug.3h.37] fa 40 • ” •• 27. . 32] fa itj Medium 44 “ .27... .25 « 27] TICKING. Heavy Ticking.40 fa 05 Medium 44 ...32] fa 37 OOTTONADE*. Heavy double and twist..70 fa 72{ PFXIMft, Heavy Denim©.40 fa 45 Medium ,4 25 fa 86 CAMBRIC F AND PRINT©. Colored Cambric©.16 fa 18 Best Print©, .<21 «- 23 Medium 44 18 fa 20 DELAINE. DeLaiues.28] fa 32 CRASH. Crash.12* @ 17 batting, Wadding kc. Cotton Batting.20 fa 30 Cotton Wadding.'•.45 fa 50 p lb Cotton Warp.. .. 98c p lb Wiaking, unbleached.05 fa 100 bleached. 80 fa 100 WOOLKN GOOD©. Kentucky Jean©.40 fa 65 Satinet* .0i» fa 76 Colon Melton©. .75 (a 90 All Wool do.87] o 1 12] Black Uniou Cacrimeree . 8.7 fa 100 Black alt wool Caasimeres. .1 10 fa 1 374 Black Doetkln*. 1 10 fa 1 37j Fancy Doeskins. 85 fa 2 27 Herman Black Doeskin©.1 50 fa 2 00 German Broadcloth©.2 00 fa 6 00 Overcoating, all wool 6 4.2 50 /• 6 00 44 union 6-4.2 00 fa 8 00 Repellent, 6*4. 1 75 fa 1 87] WOOL FLANNEL*. Bine Mixed Twilled Flannel©.45 55 Scarlet 44 • .45 fa 65 Blue " *.47] fa 57] White, plain, .45 > 75 Printed “ .43 fa 65 Consigners, Chesapeake. Tar Steamer Chesapeake will commence dis charging. Thursday, ?4th ult., at the cud of Brown's whari. Owners of Goods by sail Steamer, will please call at our office and sign the general average bond hMrRY'ic FOX. uch2t dlw ft HMwmmPmL ™nnci»iM. mi v i m \»mn> ww>MWwwi»riy POE S VLE & TO LET. I'or Sale, lli« iRi in widely and lavombly known ta the fol. Jaticz Cu,h. man faint, *<tua’.oii in the north part of North Yarmouth, owned 1 - __-auil occupied b> I.ii’.Minl lliuJ Id hi 1 ic> uvia Portland, nod two miles fiom two depot*, 011c or. the tiraud Trui V. K. If. North 1 armouth and West Povmul Said farm contains two hundred acres. mowing, tilling, wood and p*-> turn laud*. Cuts 7o tons l-.uglish nay. Pasture di« vlded into three b»t* permanently fenced for the most part w ith double stone walls using up roost of | the stones on the place in their construction. Thirty acres of wood laud for most part o'd growth: I a portion borders on the If. If. ami auo heriot near i the house,sufficient to last a large family their life i time, The ore-hard contains from live to six hundred | trees, all grafted fruit, and of the choicest kinds, in I a thriving condition; in favorable years has borne )f/H>ba*hels markotabh apples. There are Chtrry, I’htm and /Var trees, all in fine bearing condition : also a cranberry He'd which has Just begun to bear, and from about one third of the same, thirty bush els were picked and imirketed last yeat. House is a t wo story wooden building, containing eleven square rooms, with finished ell, and other necessary out* buildings attached, Commands a lice prospect and i* adorned with beautitul shade trees; hard and soft water in abundance. i he barn i«* on the or posite side of the road 10ft long by 40 wide, with shades for she fering yoiiug stock in stormy weather; tine well ot never failing water, all in good repair. Sa«U farm will be sold cheap a < tie* owner i* out of health and mint sell. Terms of sale made known and all inquiries answer ed ou the premises. Payments made easy. North Yarmouth, March 11.1801. inchll d&wrtill ruiiti i«>r Sale, SITUATED at 8taudi»h Corner, cn which is a story and a half House, with suitable out build [ iiigs, in good repair, itcontaius Jf8 acres ot land I and a fair on-hard: is within one hour's ride ol tine view of Portland and the White Mountains. Jn the immediate neighborhood are three churches and the best of school*. The place is every wav a desirable location lor health and comfort. The buildings will be sold, it desired, with one or two aerts of land ; and one-halt < f the purchase money may remaiu on mortgage for a term 01 years. A plau of the premise* can be seen by calling on E. li. BLAKE, K-q., at Gorham Corner, and at the store of Messrs. 1 iuibrick & Emery, at Blandish Corner. I Possession given immediately. Blandish. March 12. lWd. eod3w** FOR lALKL 4 PLEASANT Country 8<at, at New Gloucester, x\. Lower Corner. Tie* stand formerly occupied by E. i erton. as a Home School, is ottered tor sale. The house a^d ell, both two tory. the latter new, contain fitecn finished rooms, a gcod cellar, and an abundance of pure, -ofl water, wood hou-c and sta ble connected. The place is adorned with suadeand ornamental trees and shrubbery, c mroandba beau tiful prospect. is situated in a *.'ood community, and is but an hours ridelrom Portland on the Grand Trunk Railroad. A Jarj.e garden belongs to it, well stocked with young and thrifty fruit trees in lull bearing,(f4 apple trees.) Free *1700. For further information apply to F. Teat on, Frye i burg Ml*., Beth Haskell, near the premises, or ALBION KEITH, 139 Middle Street. feb25 3tawtf Portland. A Dt>sirabU> Farm for fealc. Pleasantly situated in Westbrook, I six mile* from Portland,n*nr Pride's Fridge, on the roaa hading from Kalmonth to Baccarajpa—ceutatn _ -irg one hundred acres, suitably di vided i-.t<> tillage, pasture and woodland. A plenty of young orcharding apple and pear ♦ret s just cotne into bearing, of the best varieties. The soil is mott ly clay io-ni. well watered by a never-tail, ng brook running through the farm A new two story brick House, with a good cellar, barn and other out-build ing-. and an abundant supply of excellent water. Term* easy. For further lulor trial ion inquire of the subscriber on the premise-. AB1JA1I HAWKES, mcli2d dA w2w* Stevens Pla ns Post Once. Farm for Sale. 11HE subscriber offers for ra’e. his farm, pleasant ly situated at the Tillage of Windham Center. I 12 miles from Portland, and within 60 rods of Town House, Meeting House. School House. Stores and Bla-ksmith Shop, fcaid Farm contain- about 90 acres of the best of land suifablv divided into mow ing, pasturing and tillage, cuts from 30 to 40 tons of hay year]} ; ha- plenty of good water. 1 he building* consist of a Ij story house with porch and wood house: a new barn 4u by 80 feet wi«h convenient ouV building-, all of which are in good repair. There is also a good wood ot in the vicinity of said Farm which will be sold with it if desired. Any person wishing to purchase a good Farm, pleasantly located iu ag >od neightorh”od, will do well to look at tHis Farm before claw hero. For particular* enquire of Sara’1 Freeman, No 47, Portland street, Portland, or the snbser her on tlie premises, HOWARD <\ FREEMAN. Windham. March, 14,1864. mchlA ttP.n l.i Schooner lor Sale. Th© sola'• President Washington,” abont *>» tons burthen, rebuilt iu 1868, we;l j adapt-d to the coasing and freighting . *-Ya ’bii incs.«, is well found In sa.l and rigging, and will bo sold low if applied for *oon. Apply to Robert Watson, Hnrpswrll Groat Inland, or to Dana & Co.. Commercial .street, Portland, rochlti eodln " For Sale. The Hotel known as the “Union lfons©/' Han.swell, Great Island, very tinely «itua /•' »l to; a bumiiu i R- -<w t 1 in- tiou-«■ i- msr|\ new, has twenty-two rooms, a large hall, piazza above and bcldw, and is in good repair. Connected with the bouse is a good stable. This property will be sold low. Apply to R ->b?rt Wa’son ou the premises, or to Dana *■ Co.. Commercial street, Portland, inch Id ood.3w# For Snip or to Let, A P INK Country teat on Back Core road, front 1\. lag the City ana about two miles therefrom, with Garden an-i Orchard,sixteen acres of land, a large brick House with twelve tiuithetl rooms, a large Barn ana ChaJ-e House. ? h s property is as desir able a locatiou for a genteel residence, or a public hour a« is to be found witi iu tne vicinity oi Port land. It will be sold low on a long tm in of credit for the greater part of the purchan , or leased for a term of \ears. MusES GOUJLD, 74 Middle 8t. meal? Cw For Salr, The three-tory d wclling-home No 22 Brow n y*;;; Street, containing thirteen modem finished &yj,ill rooms inciuuing Hath room, Range, Furnace ai .I Gas Fixtures, with plenty of closet room. Terms easy. Unless previously disposed of at private sale, It will be sold at auction on the27th dav of April next. J T. SMITH. Inquire of J. E. FERNALD, or GEoUgE WAT ERHOUSE. mch21 dtotplk? IIoiim* for Salt*. V three«tory dwelling house with brick basement, situated on tneeorner of Monument aud War ren streets; has twelve finished rooms, and is well calculated for one or two families. For terms ap ply to Edward Shaw, at the office of the Mutual Fire In mntndft Co y, 102 Middle? Street, orto ' N. F. DEE1UNG. mchlu dtf No. 3 Exchange St. - For suit* or Ko JLei. CLIFF COTTAGE,* containing over 20 rooms,large stable and sheds—trusted tw o and one-hall miles from Portland, and the /I nest fit nation in Cape Elizabeth for a wa _ teriug place, and summer boarders. For particulars enquire of GEO. OWEN, ap7 dtf 31 Winter Street, Portland. FOSS SALE. f lit) CLOSE AN ESTATE, Schooner “Sarah JL Wooster,” i72tons, fore and alt liev.d to be sound —fitted up last fail at an expense of one thousand d »llnr*, with new mil*, rigging and spars; carries 150 M lumber, and Is a good sailor. Apply to N. J. MILLER. Ju , meny d3w over 92 Commercial Street. i N*» 21, and running back to Sumu rSt. Knqnireof | Edward Howe, at the rooms of bis sou, Mr. <• eorge 31 liowe, No 112 Middle street up stau>. March 4. 18*JK inchfi 2 wood $1,800! 4 email dwelling house, with land sufficient for a ^1L good garden, located in the upper pait of the city, w;li be sold lor the above amount. Apply to PhKNTISS LOSING, Portland, March 7. d!f Daily Tret* office. tali« Bvooitt fo JLt*l. A spacious and de*irable Sales Room to let on the JX. second door in thv new EVAN’S BUILDING, ou Middle St., if applied for immediately. WAKRfcNRPAKHUW, mchodtf No. 71 Middle St., cor. Exchange. To Let. rilHK room# over the store of the subscriber,corner J oi Fore and Exchange streets, now occupied by Stephen Bern a<* a printing office. Possession given l9t of January. Apply to dec20 dtf BEN J. FOGG. To Let. STORE now occupied by us. Possession given iiuiliately Also, a Front Office in Hanson Blr-ck. Jans dtf If. J. L1BBEY ft GO. For »'aU> at si Hurgrtin VONK and half Story House, ou Layfayette St., Lot 44 by 1*3. F r particu'ars enquire of DRAKE & DAVIS, mch!8 lmed ;;8o Congress Street. STOIIL TO LET. f¥1 HE very eligible Store now occupied by Mr. E. 1 E. Little, unde Mechanics Hall, is to be leased i for a terra oi three or five rears. Enquire of feb26 ihoodtf G. L. BAILEY, 42 Exchange, 8t. To E*ef. OFFICE in second story of store No. 159 Middle afreet, over store occupied by Samuel Rolie. Enquire of SAMUEL HANSON, i fob 15 eodtf To* lie fl-cf. STORES Nos. 129 and J36 Commercial Street. pnsfesFiou given Immediately. For terms ap ply at Ko. 4£ Park Street, mch21 dim RAILROADS. * ~y: T“T~Y7 H VorU A 4ninb<rl:»n;l WID I KK -ABttAiiOKlLKNTS. Tiyti ' i'iWni am* aftl r Monday, March 14, 1*€* Trains will leave as follows: A. M. P. II . P. M Portland lor Saco River, at 8.00 1.60 6.30 Morrill's do 8.11 2.05 6.42 Cumberland Mills, do 8.18 2.13 6.49 fcaccarappa, do $.23 2.20 6 64 Gorham, do 8.% 2.36 6.06 Buxton Centro, do $.62 2.66 6.22 Arrive at do ».0o 8.% 6.80 a.a. A. si. P. M. 8two River for Portland, at 6.00 9.80 3.80 Buxton Centre. do 6.12 9 40 3.38 Gorham, do 6 46 10.00 3 65 Succarappa, do 7.<*' 10.15 4.07 C'umbt.riand Mills, do 7.0$ J<>.22 4.11 MornlEs, do 7.15 10.30 4.18 Arrive at do 7.30 11.45 4.30 The 1.60 P. M. train out and the 6.00 A. M. train into Portland will be Freight Trains, with Passenger Cars attached. Farce 6 cents less w’hen tickets are purchased at the ofiioe than when paid in the cars. Oct. 22. 1863. dtf DAN CARPENTER, Sup't. MAINE CENTRAL HAMLKOAD. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. I .«mm — Train* leave Por no! Station, fer Lowiston and Auburn, at For Bangor and intermediate stations at 1.10 p.m. RETURNING—loave Lewiston at 6.20 A. m., and arrive in Portland at 8.30 a. m. Leave Bangor at 7.25 a. m . and arrive In Portland at 2 00 r. m. Both these trains conned at Portland with trains lor Boston. Freighttrain leaves Portland at 8 a. m., and re* turning is due inPoriland at 1 r. h. Stages connect with trains at principal stations, daily for most of the towns North and East of this lie . C. M. MORSE,Sup't. Wntcpi'iIlA V romher IRA?* /W1A PORTLAND AND KENNEBEC R.R. Portland to ^kowhegan. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Commencing Nov. 9, 1868. ! msaaiBMan Passenger Train* will leave daily, i HSr (Sunday* excepted) a* follow*: Leave Portland for Rath, Augusta and Skew began , »t 100P.M. Leave Skovrhcgsn for Augustg, Rath, Portland, ; Boston and Lowell at 8 36 A. M. Freight Train*, Portland and Skowhegftn daily. B. II. CL’biiMAN, Superintendent. Aega ta Nov., 1863. janl tf URAR1> THUNK UUI.WAV OF Cannda. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. ITp Tiain*. Leave Portland for South Pari* at 7.40 a m For Island Pond at 1.10 p. m. Down Train*. Leave Island Pond for Portland, at 6 a . m. Leave South Pari* for Portland at 6.46 a m. The Company are not re. ponaible tor baggage to ! any amount exceeding j-60 iu value, and tl<at per sonal, utile*? notice in given, and paid for at the rate of one passenger tor every 8600 additional v tlue. C. J. BUY DOES, Managing Director. H. BAI LEY, Superintendent. Bov. 4,1868. nov5 PORTLAND, SACO Jr PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. WINTER AR RANG K M R NJ'8, Commencing Nov. 2d, 1863. □■BBC Passenger Train-will leave the 8ta tion. Canal street, daily, (Sunday* ex Oeptedj a* loilow*: Lea. o Portland for Boston, at 8.46 a. m. and 2.30 p. M. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.30 a. m. aud 2.S0 P. M. Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.00 a. m. and 6.00 p. m. Theae trains will take and leave passengers at way station-. Freight train* leave Portland and Boston daily. FRANCIS CHASE, Superintendent. Portland, Oct. 80,1863. oc31 edtf i ■■■ •mmmmmmsmmmmmmmmmm—mmm _STEAMBOATS. International Steamship Company. Eastport, Calais A St John. TWO TRIPS PER WEEK. On and afi< r Monday, March 23, tin* superior ses-guiug steamer NEW BRCNSWICK. Cant K. B. Winchester, will leave Railroad Whari, looi of State Street, every Monday at 5 o'clock I’- M.. and the Steamer NE W ENGLAND, Capt. E. Fi-Id, every Thursday at 5 o'clock I*. M., for rastport aud St John, N. B . connecting at st John with steamer Emperor ior Dig by, Windsor and linlifax, aud with the F. k N. A. Kallioad lor Sho diac ant! all way stations. Returning, will leave St John everv Monday and Thursday a, s o’clock A. M., for Eastport, Portland and Botton. stave coarhes connect with steamer at Lamport ior Machlay. Freight for Calais will be forwarded bv failing ves sels lor the present. Through tickets procured of the Agents and Clerk on board Steamers. Freight received till 4 o'clock P. M.r Mondays aud I Thursdays. mchlbdtl C. C. EATON, Agent. Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. CAKK YiKG THE CAK ADIAN t U. S. MAILS. Passengers Booked to Londonderry, Glasgow and Liverpool. : RF. TV EX Tt CEE TS HP AX TED AT REDUCED RATES. m u* The s?f*am.Nhip'A\niorica, Capt. Muri el- Amt )’u w i’l nail.from this port lor Li verpool Sr 'irMiHT08SATURDAY-. April 2d, itnuiedia t^jBSaasarw ely alter the arrival of the Traiu ol the p acajou* day from Montreal. Passage to Londonderry, Glasgow and Liverpool —Cabin ( according to accommodation) £6Gto *t*); Steerage, #30. Buyable in gold or its equivalent. For freight or Lavage apply to H. & A. ALLAN, No. 5 Grand Trunk Railroad Paascngci Depot To be succeeded by the steamship North Amer ican on the Pthot April. Portland and Boston Line. THE STEAMERS Forest City, Lewiston and Montreal Will, until further notice, run .- : Jitffei- Yellow.: dgSP&* Leave Atlautio Wharf, Portland, every Monday, Tuesday,, Thursday and r Friday, at To’ulock P. M., and India Wharf, boston, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and ! Friday, at 5 o’clock P. M. Farcin Cabin.. #1.50 " on Deck. 1.26 Freight taken aa usual. — The Company are not r<- oonsftie for baggage to any amount exceeding #60 lu value, and that person* al, unless notice i. given and paid ior at the rate oi one passenger for every #600 additional value. Feb.18, IMS. dtr L. HILLINGS, Agent. Porilsmtl nut! !Hew York Siieunim OXUi.VJ.A- ril'.A 1 * I The splendid and fast Steamships “LOCUSTPolNT,” Capt.. Wjllktt, and “POTOMAC,n Captain Sumt wood, will,until further notice, rcn as follows: Leave Brown# Wharf, Portland, every WEDNES DAY, and SATURDAY, at 4 P. M., and leave Pier 9 North River, Now York, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 8 o'clock, P. M. 1 lies© ve*"*cla are fitted up withfineaccommodations for passengers. making tin# the most spt-edy, safe and oomtorUhie route for travellers between New York and Maine. Parage §7,00, including Fare and State Rooms. Goods forwarded by this line to and from Montreal, Quebec, Baugor, Bath, Augusta, JLaatport and St. John. Shipper* are requested to send their freight to the steam* rs asearly as 3 P. M., on the day that thep leave Portland. For freight or passage apply to EMERx A FOX, Brown's Wharf, Portland. H. B. CROMWELL A CO , No. 80 West Street, Now York. Deo. 6.1802. dtf ..... , , ,, mm, „n,i, L HIWMWI—— ; Dissolution. fllHR copartnership heretofore existing under the , (*r®stv,‘' °f l'HINNBV k CO., la this day dis solved by mutual consent. "The affair# of ‘he Into conceru will be c«ttled:vt 1‘. A. Howard'#, under Lancastei 11 all. Ly II. M. rhinnev " Having this day sold to smart k Co. our stock in trade. we would cordial])' recommend them to our friend# aud former patrons u# worthy their patrou age and confidence. THlS’NKY k « O. Co partnership. fit UK undersigned have this day formed a copart 4 nership under the firm slyle of STUART k CO., and will continue the Stove and Furnace business n all branches at the old stand. No. 171 Middle street. CBARI.K8 H. STUAUT. Jan21 dtf 1>. K. sfEVENS. D UNN & P AL M E R, (SUOOV: BORP TO M. U. PALMBH.) WHOLESALE MILLINERY, I 114 ^UmX.E STREET. I>. Si. 0. I>US*. JOHN K. FAT.MFR. March 1,1804 inch? eodiw* ‘ A " MEDICAL. I»l*. I. B, HtJttHE* oak n» rounu at bib PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, No. 5 Temple Street, WHERE he can Im consulted privately, and with the utmost confidence by the afflicted, at all hours daily, from 8 a.m. to ftp. m. Dr. 11, addres/es those who are suffering under the affliction of private disease, whether arising from impure connection or the terrible vice of soil-abuse. Devoting his entire time to that particular branch oi the medical profession, he feels warranted in Guar antkkino a Curi: in all Ca-ka, whether of long standing or recently contracted, entirely reraoviug the dregs ot disease from the system, aDd making a perfect and PERMANENT CURE. He would call the attention of the afflicted to the fact ot |4-s long standing and well earned reputation, furnishing sufficient assut aiico of his skill and suc cess. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Ever}’ intelligent and thinking person must know that remedies handed out from general use should have their efficacy established bv well-tested expe rience in the hands of a regularly iducaicd physi cian, whose preparatory study tits liim lor all the duties he must fulfill; yet the country is flooded with poor nostrums and cure-alls, purporting to bo the best ki the world, which are not only useless, but al wa\ s injurious. The unfortunate should be partio ulau in selecting his physician, as it is a lamentable vetiocontro vert able fact, that many syphilitic pa tients are mude miserable with ruined constitutions by maltreatment from inexperienced physicians in general practice; for it is a point generally conceded by the best ayphiiographert, that the study and man agement of these complaint- should engross the whole time of those who would be competent and successful in their treatment And cure. The inex perienced general practitioner, having neither op portunity nor time to make himself acquainted with their pathology, commonly pusrues one system of treatmemt, in mo^t cases m iking an indiscriminate use of that antiquatod and dangerous weapon, Mer cury. HAVE CONFIDENCE. whether it b© the solitary vice of youth, or the sting ing rebuke of misplaced confidence iu maturer year*, SEEK FOE AX ANTIDOTE IX SEASON. The Pain* and Aches, and Latitude 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 fol low, do not wait for Unsightly Ulcers, for Disabled Limbs, for Lo-.« of Beauty and Complexion. HOW MAX T THOUSANDS CAN TESTIFY TO THIS It Y UNBAPP YEXPERIENCE. Young Men troubled with emiesiot;* in sleep, n 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 passes but we are consulted by one or more young men with the above disease, some of whom are as weak and emaciated as though they had the consumption, and by their friend* supposed to have it. All such c isea yield to the proper and only correct course of treatment, and iu a short time ar© made to rejoioe in perfect health MIDDLE AC ED MEN. There are many men at the ago of 40 or GO whoare troubled with too frequent evacuations from the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burning sensation, and w eakening tbe system in u manner the patient cannot account for. On exam ining urinary dep* sits a ropy sediment will often be found, and sometime* small particles of semen or albumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin milkbh hue, again changing to a dark and turbid appearance. There are many men who die oi this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which is the SECOND STAGE OF SEMINAL WEAKNESS. I can warrant a perfect cure in such ca ;cs, and a full and healthy restoration of the urinary organa. Persons who cannot personally consult the Dr., can do so by writing in a plain manner a description of their disease, and the appropriate remedies will be forwarded immediately. All correspondence strictly confidential and will bo returned if desired. Address, DU. J. B. ill till EH, No. 6 Temple St., [corner of Middle] Portland. Wf'Send Stump for circular. "" Eclectic ledical Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. DK. HUGHES particularly invites all Ladles who ueed a medical adviser, to call at his rooms, No. 6 Temple Street, which they will find arranged for ' their especial accommodation. Dr. H.’a Eclectic Renovating Medicinesare unrival- I led in efficacy and superior virtue iu regulating all Female Irregularities. Their action in -<?,ecific and ! certain oi producing react in a abort time. V.A1HK8 wii! lind it invaluable iu ail caeca of ob* •tructione after all other remedies have been tried in vain. It la purely vegetable, containing nothin* in the leaelinjurioue to the health, and may betaken with perfect aafety at all tirao*. Sent to any part of the ooentry with full direction* by addreaaing Dlt. HUUUEH, Ho.i Temple Street, corner of Kiddie, Portland. N. B— LADIES detiring may consult one of their ownacx. A lady of experience iu conatam atttnd nnoe. lanldiwly Female STRENGTHENING COIAL. This Medicine is of long tried efficacy for correct ing all disorders incidental to the feminine tex. That 1 In- afflicted may led assured tlrat this Cordial i is traly valuable aud worthy their coulidenco,- not ! ouu of those secret compounds purposed to de*?ro\ healthy action. 1 add a lew testimonial* Itoiu pins- . ician- whom all. tavoringthc Klectrieaud Retormcd Practice ot Medicine, respect. Hit. M ILLAKD C. GEOKUE, formerly Professor in the Worcester Medical College, and President of the Electric Medical Society, mas*., speaks oi it iu the following terms: “I have used the Female Strengthening Cordial similar to that preparation by DR. gFO. W 8WETT, 106 tianover .Street, and I regard it a one ol the ob't Medicine? lor f emale Complaints that can be fouud." DK. J. KING, Author of “Woman: Her Dis eases and tinir Treatment," says: ^ “This Medicine appear*to exert a specific influ ence on tho Uterus. It is a valuable agent in ah de rangements of the Female Keproouctive Organs. ' DR. SMITH, President of the New York Asso ciation of Botanic Physicians, says : “No Female, if in delicate health, shoud omit the timely use of this valuable Cordial. I owe much oi iuv success in midwifery to the use of this Medi cine." MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES Tho following from Dr. FAY is worthy your no tice : “Asa general remedy for Female Complaints this 4 Cordial’ is a very valuable cue, but by the Profes sion it is esteemed more highly for ii* good resuit during Confinement in relieving the great suffering attendant upou childbirth. 1 acknow ledge with Dr. Smith that much of my saoces* in midwilery i- due to tho use of this medicine. It strengthens both mother ami child. In each cases 1 follow the di rections of Prof, iviug, by allowiug my patient? to use it a few weeks previous to cumin*meut. a? by the energy it impart* to the uterine nervous system the labor will be very much facilitated, and remove* the craps which.many female* are liable to No woman, if she knew the great value of this Strength cuing Cordial would tuifto use it. 1 have received numerous testimonials from diff erent parts of the country where used. Knowing the good it i« capable of doing, 1 w II warrant every bottle of my •* Cordial" to bo satisfactory in its re •nlU. The following symptoms indicate those affections in which the Female Strtnythininy Cordial l a? proved im sluablc: Indisposition to Exertion, Wakefulness, l ucasi ness, Depression of Spirits, Trembling, Lo ? of Power, Pain in tho Back, Alternate Chills, ami Flushing of Heart, Dragging Sensation at the Lower Part of the Body, Headache. Languor, Ach ing Along the thighs, Inference or Light aud ! Souud, lrale Countenance. Derangement of the Stomach aud Bowels, Difficult Breathing, Hysteria, Ac., Ac. It i* 14 inAivIlln Mi in in .ill IT*xi»l.,.. Ik! Chlorosis o! Urecn bickm ss, Irregularity, Painful noss, Profuse or Suppression ofCustomary Dis charges, Leucorrh.ra or Whit**, Hcirtbua <r Ulcer ate btat« ol the Purus, Sterility, Ac No better I onic can possibly be put up than this, uml none less likely to do harm, ami it is con. •set! wholly of vegetable agent*, and such as wo have known to be valuable, and have u<d t »r n»aii\ yearn. PRICE, One Dollar Per Bottle. Sold by Druggi-ts generall). Be sure and get that prepared at the New England Botanic Depot. Ihu Hanover St. Boston. UEO. W. BWKTT, M. D., Proprietor. , II* II* HAY, Agent, Portland. mcU3 eodtlm Wood, Palm Leal and Hein y. , QA 4 LOUS CEDAR. OlH 101 LOOS MA1IOOANY, 17 LOOS LANCE WOOD, 630« BUNDLES PALM LEAF, 363 MATS. 7 TIERCES HONEY, Cargo Bark Albiou Lincoln. For gab- by IiOPIlNl EATON, I ebb No. 1 Central Wharf. Copartnership* mHe undersigned b«\* this day formed a Co X partnership under the style of Colley, Burn ham A Co., an t will continue the Furniture Busi ness at the old stand, 368 Congr. s St. J. C. COLLEY, T. W, BURNHAM. W.U.COLLEY. Portland, March 1st, 1864. mchgdSw For .Stilt1. V SQUARE block of laud, of about 73000 acres of wood laud, on the south side of the river St. Lawranoe. in Canada East It is interceedeil by two considerable rivers with eligible Mol sit.-*. Well wooded with every description of timber, such as pirn and spruce in large quantities, and maple, bt*rch, beech, tamarav and l>ass wo'd toany amount. Enquire of II. T. M ACU1M, Portland. Portland, Feb. 1864. feb^fieodtf “ Helm hold's Extract Bikhi.”—Tonic, Diu retic, Blood-Purifying and Invigorating. Euleobled auddelicate persons of both sexes use It. Sold by W. V PHILUPS, Druggist Jau8 cod A wll w MEDICAL. B. P. H. R. Berry’s Batholowica 1 IIAIIt UENOV ATOIt IS a standard preparation that hat been thoroughly teetod; its composition is in strict accordance with hygienic rules and scientific principle?—is not the ephemera! production of a day, but the result ol long and patient study, experiment and research, BEING A TRUK Renovator aud Restorer of Hair In a pathological or diseased state to T 1C K N ATU R A L» C O JL O It and condition of health, by working upon tho roots and papillae ceous secretions, supplying the hair with that nutrition* element in ^ Inch the blood is deficient, and removing the accumulated excess of dandruff and humor, making a most Delightful Dreating, well and agreeably perfumed,thus afford ing a deoirable article of intrinsic value for the Toi let. , It will in all casks (with the exception of very aged people, where the roots, germs and sheaths have all con e away, or, by reason ol age, become disorganized.) promote a New niul lEraltliy (Growth ! Restore the grev to its natural color; atop aud pre vent tho hair tailing off-—causing it to become moiat, toft and gtotey. It will gradually darken light and flaxen hair without dyeing it or ttnining the akin—being free from fiiivestena other injurious chemicals, ami truly beneficial to the hair in all its phases. other preparations. PREPARED ONLY BY UENBY A. 1IEliltV, Chemist, 229 1-2 Congress Street, Portland, Me. H. H. HAY, junction Free and Middle street*. General Agent tor Maine. Price *1 per bottle. fc#w.Sold by Druggists everywhere. Berry’s Preservative and Dressing For beautifying and preserving the hair, A SPLENDID COMPOUND, compo-ed of veretablk extracts, containing no oil or alcohol, chemically combined and highly per fumed. Price 50 cents per bottle. jan23 dfy For Cough*, Colt!* nnd ('onNuniptiou. FflHE Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam la the most A highly approved medicine ever discovered. It has stood the best of all tests, Time, having had an unprecedented sale of nearly forty years. It is recommended by our best physicians, our most emi nent citizens, the /Vui.tbe Trade, in tact by ail who know it. For certificates, which cun be given to a’moetauy extent, see wrappers to each bottle. The proprietor* will cheerfully round the money it not ent rely satisfactory. Price 50 cents and 18: the largo bottles much the cheapest. He cartful to yet the yenuine, which is prepared ouly by KEED, CUT TER A CO., WhoIePalo Druggist*, Boston. Boldin Portland by dealers generally. j fl. it. HAY, Druggist, corner Middle and Free j streets, Wholesale Agent. dec# i*d6» Eliiir! KiixU [ DR. \VRIGHT’S REJUVENATING ELIXIR! OR, ESSENCE OF LIFE. Prf.fakfd from Pure Vegetable Extract*, CONTAINING NOTHIN!! INJURIOUS TO THE MOOT DELICATE. rjlHE Rejuvenating Elixir i* the result of modern discoveries in the vegetable kingdom, being an entirely new and abstract method of core, irrespec tive of all the old and worn-out system*. 1 his medicine ha* been tested by the most emi* neut medical men of the day. and by them pronounc ed to be one ot the grea tost medical discoveries ol the age. One bottle will cure General Debility. A few doses cure Hysterics in females. One bottle cures Palpitation of the Heart. A few doses restore the organs of generation. From one to three bottles restores the mauliuess and full rigor of youth. A fewr doses restore the ai>i>« titi-. Three bottle* cure the worst case of Impotency. A lew dosed cure the low-spirited. One bottle restores mental power. A few doses bring the rose to the cheek. This medicine restores to manly vigor and robust health the poor, debilitated, worn-down, and de spairing devotee of sensual pleasure. The listless, enervated ) outli, the overtasked men of business, the victim of nervous depression, the ndividual sufleriugfrom general debility, or from weakness of a tinge organ, will all find immediate and permanent relief by the n*c of this Elixir or Es sence of Life. «I»!« gi per bottle, or three bottles for 06, md forwarded by Express, on receipt of money, to any address. Sold by all Druggists everywhere. DR. W R. MERWIN A Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS, No 69 Liberty-*!., New York. < ’ H EROKE E PI EES! SUGAR COATED FEMALE REGULATOR, HEALTH PIJ K SERVER, CERTAIN AND SAFE, For the removal of Obstructions, and the lnsuranc of Regularity in the Recurrence of the Monthly Periods. They enre or obviate those numerous disentea that spring from irregularity, by removing the irregular ity itfelt. They cure Suppressed,Excessive and Painful Men struation. They cure Green Sick nets (Chlorosis). They cure Nervous and Spinal A AW; t ions, pains in ; the back aud lower parts of the body. Heuviae**, t Fatigue on slight exertion, Palpitation of the Heart j Lowness of Spirits, Hysteria, Sick Headache, G id - dine-*, etc., etc. In a word, by removing the Irreg- , ularity, they remove the cau«e, aud with it all the j effects that spring from it. Composed of simple vegetable extracts, they con- ; tain nothing deleterious to any constitution, how*, ever delicate— tieir function being to substitute strength for weakness, which, when proi>erly utsrd, they never fail to do. AH letters seekin g in formation or advice will be | promptly, freely and discreetly answered. Full directions accompany each box. Pi ice SI per box, or six boxes for $6. Bent by mail, free of postage, on r*>c»jpt of price. 8old by all respectable Druggist*. Dr. W. R. MEP.W1N A Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS, Va RO t .. »t _ ... . feboeodJtcowly » Made from the pare Balsams qf Vermont. N. H. Downs's Vegetable Balsamic Elud/. rglHIShcnest, standard old (kuua Kkxkdy, made ; rmont, lias been used with entire success for I th r v-three years. It is warranted as u-ual for j f. mg „ * CoU*, Cough, Croup, Asthma, \ u. * ******* of the Throat, Chest and Luna* aud all diseases tending to Consumption. ’ W • have testimonials from uiauy of the best physl- ^ clan and gentienu n of standing, among whom we 1 tn< n n the lion, l’aul Dillingham, Lieut, (,ov. ot * Vermont: JJon. Bates Turner, late Judge of the Su P>«® Court of Vermont; Dr. J. B. Woodward , Brigade Surycon lj.S. Army. ’ JOHN 3. UKN K\ & CO., Proprietor*, Suooosaora to S. 11. Down,, WATKKBbUY, Vt. 25 cents, 50 oents, nud 81 per bottle. Jl it. Huy »ud J. W. Perkins k Co., IVirllnnd, I Me..wholesale Brents for Maine. nt.vlD d&wtftw* t Boquets and Cut Flowers, I71CNFHAI, WKFATH8 AND CKOS8ES, tastw fully arranged and made to order at rny estab lishment, corner ol North uud Montreal streets, I Mitnjov Hill. Boquets may always be found at ! Lowell Sc Santer a, Exchange street. All orders lelt there will be promptly atte nded to. ALBKKT DlkWANGEtt, Florist. land rodlm THE BEST! BeM>p«ne<l. HE Photograph Galleries, No. 80 Middle street, . Portland, having been thoroughly redtted and supplied with all the latest improvements, are now open for the accommodation of the public. The proprietor is prepared to supply Ids former customers and all who may give him a call, with pic tures of every description, executed in the beet mau Her and at reasonable prices. IjP* Particular attention given to copying. A. B. DA.V1B, Proprietor. Portland, July 30,1303. dtf Superior Family Flour. ITiA BAHRKLS ot superior Hour, suitable for *>1/ family UM>. Also a few barrels ol Bald, ciu »ud tirconlutr Apples, lor sale al iho lowest wash price by JOHN’ PC HINTON foblk eo.Uw No. 133 For,si MEDICAL. A T W 0 0 0 ' S A TWOO DJ S ((llMIVi: TONIC BITTERS IftlTNINE TONIC BITTERS Is the boat Aromatic TONIC AND STOMACHIC Ever brought before the public. i — IT WILL— * Improve the Appetite, Facilitate Digestion, Give tone to the Nervous System. Vigor to every Orgau of the Body. Thereby imparting 'Health amt Strength There is no remedy so good in LANQUOR AND DEBILITY, A whether general, or following aente disease. Con valescents from sickness will find it a most excel lent restorative and agreeable exhilerao:. NO SOLDIER SHOULD BE IN THE FIELD WITHOUT IT. WHAT IS SAID OF IT: The report of the Sanitary Commission lay a: “ It is wise and prudent where ague and fever* are prevalent, that every man should take a dote of quinine Bitters at least once in twenty.four hours. Thia will surely serve as a safeguard against disease. It has been practiced in Florida and elaewncre with undoubted benefit.” Mil* Dix, at the head of the Hospital Depart ment Waehinyton, writes “I would again, at this period, say that your (quinine Tonic is used, and that several Burgeons of Rtgiments much approve of it.” Capt. WaltkeS. Sampson-, of the C. 8. Armtf, say*: “The Bitters did an immense amount of good among the men under my command; as. :or instance, a number of sore throat, of diarrhea,, of dyaontnry and chills and fever, were cured by it.” 8tirgeon Gen. Wit. J. Dale says: “ I esteem it an invaluable remedy in varions forms of debility,” kc. Sold by nil Drugginte, AND CHAS. H. ATWOOD. 10 Central Street, Boston, FliOPRlKTOR. Iebl9 cod 3m Lyon’s Periodical Drops! THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! ARK BKTTKRTHAH ALL Pill*, Powder*dr Quack Preparation*. Lyons Periodical Drops! -AEK Sure to do Good&nd cannot do lam. LYON’S PERIODICAL DR0PS1 The Great Female Remedy LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! j ARE BETTER THAR AJ.L PILLS,POWDERS f QUACK PREPARATIONS LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! j ARE SURE TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HARM. L yon’s Periodical Drops THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. ' Lyon’s Periodical Drops AH* BKTTHR THAXALL PILLS, POWOKRS I HXD QUACK MEIUCIXKS. * Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are Sure t<» <1*> Good unit ounnot I do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS Th»d Grrni Female Remedy. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS ARE BETTER THAU ALL Pills, Pos ders and Quack Preparation*. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS -ARE 8UKK TO DO liuOl) iNU CANNOT DO HARM LyoH’ft Periodical Drops THU O H fcj A. T FEMALE REMEDY Lyon's Periodical Drops Are better than all Pill*, Powder*, And ttnack Preparation*. Lyon's Periodical Drops, -AKO— Sure to do Good and cannot do Harm. Price, 91 Fr Bottle. t'ot.«!» by ill Priicyi»t«. At wholenalt by Vf. F J'hillijw, U. II. liny k Co., ftrtland. aug23 eotJ 1 >■ Physician & Surgeon, COURT STREET, corner of Do ward. Boston 00 is consulted daily from 10 until 2, aud from 0 to 8 in the evening, on all diseases of the Urinary and Genital Organs, ScroUilous Aficctious, llumort of ail kind#, Bores, Clears and Eruption#, Female Complaints, &c. An experience of over twenty vear#'extensive practice enable# I>r. M. to care all the most difficult cases. Medicine# entirely vegeta ble. Advice Krik. Mrs. M.. who i# thoroughly versed in the a!fiictive maladies of the sex, can be consulted by ladies. Patients ftirn?«hed with board ajud experienced ■ursc*. Boston. April. 28.1SA3. eodly Coitlaifioii# Dis«aMs. Chapter 14th, actions 3l> and 32, of the Revised Statute#: Sect. 80. When any dfenrar* dangerous to the public health exists in a tow n. the municipal officers shall use all po ssible oare to prevent its spread and to give public notice of iuft* ted place# to travellers, by displaying .*ed Hag# at proper distances, and by nllo’h<r mi'iiM most eflog tual, in their judgment, for the comr#on safety. Sect. 32. When a housef lolder or physician knows that a person under liis c .try is taken siok of any such disrase, -he shallimmodiately give notice there of to the municipal officers of the town where such person in, autf if he neglti ts it he shall forfeit not le«s thau ten. nor more tbt n thirty dollars. The above !#tw will be st| ictlv euioroed JOUN S. HEALD, febL2tm#yL City .Marshal and Health Otilcer. H ngous for Kale. fgtllKEK Wagon* for S9 le. Inquire of 1 W H VINTON. iuch21 Jik Wti tk Middle Street, Portland. —— ■' MEDICAL. WISTAR'S BALSAM v WILD CHERRY HAP BBKlf CPKD FOR SXARI Y HALF A C K X T l R V . with the most astonishing iucc&h in curing Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore Threats. fnjt • '#• 70. Whooping < angh. Croup, fjrer i om plaint Bronchitis, Dijti* cnlfy of Breathing, jxthma k every 1 flection of The Throat, Lungs and Chest, I5CLCD1M XV XX tu\sinpno\. A There is scarcely one individual in the community who wholly escaped during a reason, from some one, how ev**r slightly developed, of the above «ymptom«-a neglect of which migh lea<i to the last named, and most to be dreaded disease in the whole cata logue. The power of the “medic*, gam" of the Wild Cherry Tree over this class of complaint* it well known; so great is the good it has performed, and so great the popalarlty it has aeqairod. In this preparation, besides the —— virtues gf the Cherry, there are commingled with ito ther ingredients of tike value, Remain tryote power to tooth*, to heat, to relieve, and lb rare die-ue, eritlt in no other medicine y-1 dit covered. Hon. RUFUS K. IhOODEXOW. Formerly a member of Congress from Maine, baa kindly permitted ns to use his testimony in furor cf H'ietar’t Rattan by the following certification, forwarded through Dr. Bust, of South Paris. 1 have tried Wistae's of Wild Cnaa utt for an exceedingly troublesome cough. The effect was all that could he dealt .-d. The use of leaa than one bottle relieved me eutirely. Among great vnreties ot medicines which I have used, 1 base found none to equal “ U'iitar’i." Its curative properties in case* of cough, I regard as invaluable K . G. GOODK.NGW. From R. FELLOWS, M. It. „ , • Uill, If. H., Nov. 8,1M0. S. W. towLE k Co.,— Although I have generally n great objection to patent medicines, lean hut say in justice to Dn. Wiatab’h Balsam of Wild Chiu ay, that it is a remedy of superior value for Pulmcuaro ZNwaacs. I have made use of this preparation' for set ernl years, and It lias proved to be rery reliable and effi cacious in the treatment ot severe amt long-standing court hi. I know of one patient, now in comfortable health, who ha* taken this remedy nud who, bat for it« ase. I consider would not new be living. 11. FEJLLOW8, M. D. From E. T. V U ltdR P, M. A, Principal of the “,Vete m lottrilch Appf-lou Academy " Sew I re witch, K. II., Oct. 4, ls.10. Messrs. S W. Fowle A Co.— Gentlemen,—This certifies that fur more than fonr tcon years I have ireeqnently used De. Wistah's I1AL8AH of Wild CeKHBV, for Fought, Fold,, and Sore Throat, to which 1, In common with the rest of mankind, am snltject. and it cites me tlrasure to say that I consider it the very best remedy tor -uvh cases, with which 1 am acquainted. I should hardlv kuow how to do without it. Ucspectfblly yours, K.T. Ql'IMBV. Mr D. It. TEAGUE, of Tamer Village, Writes the proprietors ot this great remedy na follows ; — Teas mi Village, Me., July 31,1860. Messrs. S. W. Ful l* A Co., Boston. Gents:—I do not hesitate to recommend Dm. WtATAtt's Balsam of Wild Cheery, for caught and pulmonary ujfectiout, having u-ed it in my tauiilv for many years with great satisfaction; in deed It has done more good titan nil the other reme dies 1 have tried, and their names is legion. If nil the patent medicines in the market possessed but n portion of the merit of this excellent Balain. there would be no occasion to condemn th- m as humbug*. Tina medicine is also used by many ot my friends and acquaintance# in this town, and they have found it invaluable. and I hope that others who suffer,may give It n trial. Voun respectfully. D. H.TKAGI E. Falmouth, 31 k. Aug. 10.180u. Mcmts. S. W. Fowl* F Co.,— (ieRts:—For r long tiiuo I have sutured more or lew with that distreMiog afflction— Pkthysic—in it a wont forma, aud have reported to varioufl -to-called n-medk"*. hut to no purpose as aflordiug the desired relief. Deprived of u»y sleep by reason of tti** se verity of the disease, it waa only too evident that I was fast breaking down under it. I restored to Da. Wiotar'e Balsam of Wild Cherry with but little confidence as to its curative properties, but the use of one bottle has entirely rid m*» of thin monster; and to the public I can safely commend it as every way worthy their confidence. Moat respect ftillv. 9.1. MKRK1I.I WitalaraTa Balaam of Wild Cherry i* ruriiiD By Sitb W Fowl, k Co., Button. Sold by all Druggist' and Dealers iu Medicines. »>bl6 rodSm. MORE TESTIMONIALS! MRS. MANCHESTER la ooaatantly receiving unsolicited testimonial, ol tbe astonithing caret performed by bar. Among many reoently received are tbe following, whlah are eommeaded to tbe notloe of the afflicted. Mra. Mao* oheeter may be reunited at No. 11 Clapp’* Block,Room No. 6. A CASE OP SPIRAL DISEASE CURED Tbi. la to eenily that 1 went to me If re. Mancha* ter lut March with a daughter of mint troubled with spinal diaeace, for which aka bad been doctored for Sr* year*, and by a number ol physiciana of all kind*; and the hu had twenty-one application, ol electricity applied, bat all to ao effect; bat aha con tinaally grew worm. I cam* to the conclusion, u the lut retort, to go and aec Mra. Manchaetor. and did ao; and to my great anrpriae ahe told me tbo drat aaao ol the diaeam, and hew ahe had been from time to time, which encouraged me to try her medicine.. I did ao, and mow my daagbter La able to be around the houae all of the time. Sheaiao rides tea or If. tun mile, without nay trouble or iaconveaieuoe.and itklnk la u abort time she will bo restored to perlhot health. Since my daughter hu been doctoring. 1 have heard of a greet many cams that Mrs. Maaohst ter hu cured. 1 think If aay person deserve* pal roaagu, it la the on* who trie* to preserve the health •f the aiok and suffering; and I know that she aaee every effort which lies la her power to heoeSt her patients. Sabah L. Kmuhts, tiaoaaa K mouth. Aaar K. Amiowt*, Iaka Amour!. Srwaiinck, Maine, Aupnst ill, ORE OP THE GREATEST CURES onRRCOED. Mae. MAHoaasTBB—Dear Madam — Thinking a statement of my case may be of service to other* similarly afflicted, 1 hasten to give it to yon. Thu U briefly my ease—1 we uses ties about ta month* ago with the Liver Complaint In a very had form. I applied to four different physicians, bat re ceived no benefit until I oalled on you. At that time I had given up business, and was in a very bad state, but alter taking your medicine tor a short time I be gan to reoover, and in two month* I was entirely well, and had gained several pounds of lesh, and can truly say that by your skill I am a perfectly heat hy man. Boston ff Maine Depot, Port A RRM.4RKARLR CVRR OP A CARR OP DAO S T CVRRD B 1' MRR. M 4XCURBTRR. This is to certify that I have been eured of the Dropsy of lltteen yearn standing by Hre. Manckef ter. 1 have been to physicians in Boston, New Vork and l'hiladelphia. They all told me that they could do nothing for me, uuless they tapped me, and as sured me that by tapping I could live but a short time. I had made up my mind to go home and live as long as I could with the disease, and then die. On my way home 1 stayed over night in Tortiand with a friend of mine, and told them what my mind was a regard to my disease. They Anally persuaded me to go and see Mr*. Manchester, bht examined ate and told me my case exactly. 1 was so muoh astonished to think that she told me correctly, that 1 told her that 1 would take hermsdl eines, not having the least taith that they would me any good, or that 1 should get the slightest relief from any course whatever; dually 1 took the medl eine and went home. In on* week from the time I commenced taking the medicine, 1 had ever three gallons of water pas* me in seven hour*; and my fel low sufferers may be assured that it was a great reliel to me. 1 had not been able to lie down in bed at night before this for two years. Now 1 can U* down with perfect ease. I have taken her medicine for eight months, and am as well as any man could wish to be. and no sign* of dropsy. 1 would advise all that are sick to go and consult Mr*. Mmckeeter, (ve* if they have been given up by other phy sicians. 1 have seat her a number of oases of other diseases, and she has cured them also. Uo and for yon reelves. 1 had no thith, but now my fhltk cannot be shaked in her skill in telling aud curing disease. Cnxnxne a. Hannon, Sanaa K. Hannon, Many A. Hannon. Banger, Matas, April Id. Or non Hocus from cam till I T M. engl7 is koala! ed

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