Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, April 1, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated April 1, 1864 Page 4
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_POETRY. _ Battle 11 y m n. Alii “Hail Columbia' The folio win / inspiring and patriotic hy urn from the pen of 8. B Beckett, Esq., ofthis city, 1* found in the Northern Monthly, among many other gems in prose and poetry. We hope to have the pleasure of hearing it *ung a- some of our 1'ortland vocalists can sing it. Hark ! the battb r ry alar ! Onward to the holy war : Treason’s hordes with sword and humor, nhouting lawless, loud hosanna O’er the grave for Freedom made, Would all human right- invade! Up and to the contest speed ! Lp in all your strength sublime ! ’Tk your country’s hour of need. Now or never is the time! CHORUS. By the immortal deeds of glory ! By the shroudless graves and gorr ' Of our father, let US be,— Ever true to Liberty. Better batth-tidd ami grav e Than the gyves and bonds of slaves' Swear we here at freedom’s alter Ne’er to turn aside or falter:— Though the world combined assail. Justice will at last prevail! On then to the contest dread ' Ever hill uud vale awakt! Let the earth beneath the tread Of your marching millions shake : cHornra. By the immortal deed* of glory ! By the shroudless grav t* and gory ! of our fathers, let us be,— Ever true to liberty! O, our Father, guard and guide Those who brave the battle tide, In thy cans© of truth eternal! Nerve them with strength supernal. Till o! all oar couulr) s foes None their onward march oppose! And speed on that gracious U»ur When the storm oi war shall oea-c And, deterring to thy power All the world shall dwell in j<c*ac» ! CHORUS By the mortal deeds of glory ! By the shroudless grave* and gory 1 Of our fathers. let us be,— Ever true to liberty MISCELLANY. Toth* I)ai outers ok the U. States.— The following from the Foughkeepsian is from the pen of Josh Billings, who, to use one of his own expressions,is “ limber"’ at giving ad vice; but WP-muit say his injunction to the girls not to !»e afraid to marry, is quite super fluous. We never yet saw one that was afraid —not much. Dere Girls:—Keep cool. A blessed lutur await yu, enny how. Take lessons in the pi anna, at onst; pifhnas are getting skarse.— Bi awl means larn to play the new song that has jist cum out,—“ When John Brown is over we are Father Abraham camming with this kruel war several strong.” This stauza tuk the fust premium at the stat fair. Don’t be afrade tew git married, yure ma want a fradt. Lam hrnv tew knit pudding hags tew put yure haire inr Be vartuous and pretty.— Eat slait pensils; tha wil mail; yu spri at Ag gers. Eat koloue water; that wil piaik a good smel. Let yure pettykoats drag on the sidewalks, and if enny man steps on them and tares oph the rims slap his chops at oust, if yu have got a smal feet, keep 'em hid—smal feet lias gone out ov fashun. Studdy travels; lorn Moores and Byrons and Gullivers, and wandering Jew’s and Valandigham’s iz aw l fust rate. If yu ean spare the time, las luvly and sweet. Remember one thing, thar ain’t nothing in this life worth living for, but a rich husband; if yu don't believe me, ask yure ma. If yu hav got red hair yu had better ex change it for blak; blak haire tha tell me Is going tu be worn muchly next year. Don't hav enny thing tew du with the boys, unless tha mean bissinoss. If yu don't know bow tu skate, yu mite as well jiue sum traveling nun nery at onst, for yure played out. A Horror Struck Divuxk.—A clergyman who ua*sed through this city a few days since having arrived by railroad in the even ing, found to bis consternation, when he arrived at his hotel and proposi-d to change hb linen, that he had accidentally exchanged satchels with a black eyed young lady who sat behind him in the car! The Arst thing he brought to light was a delightful little night-gown, trimmed witli Valenciennes lace, and exquisitely embroidered, lie couldn’t wear it. of course—nor the night-cap, nor any of the feminine “Axiiis” that came to iighi. But imagine the plight of that young lady when she diseoverd that she was the poses-or of two dirty shirts, one dean one, three MS sermons, and a bundle ol tract*.—|Troy Whig. Bio a Vi) Lrrrt.s.—One dry a farmer driving along in his wagon, stopped and took in a poor little hoy. The boy seemed much pleased. But soon lie seemed Ailed with I wonder, lie would look for a while at the little front wheel, and then at the Dig hind wheel. The farmer couldn’t think why he kept looking and laughing, till, at length, driving his horse quite last, the boy, forget ting himself, burst out in a III of laughter, and spoke to the little trout wheel, “Go it, little wheel, big wheel can’t catch you 1” iMMMfftf’ Mke, fpHE Assessors of the city of Portland, hereby 1 aim notice to all persons liable to taxa tion in said City, that tlier will be In session from the first tp the fourteenth day of April next, inclusive, Sundays excepted, at their room-, iu the New City Government Building, from ten to twelve o’clock in the forenoon. andJroin three to five in tlie afternoon, to receive true and perfect lints of all tbeir polls, and estates, both real and personal, in t eluding money on hand or at interest, debt-' due to them more than they are owiug, as ako all properly held in tru-t as Guardian, Executor. Administrator, I nr otherwise, ou th'- llrst day of Apiil n*-xt, and they are requested to be prepared to certify the same on oath. Those persons who neglect to comply with this notice, and thus assign tin Adsoraors the nnpYasant duty of dooming them, will be deprived by law of the nriviiegc of appealing from their decisions on application for abatement, except iu ease- of inabil ity to conform to the requirements of the laws. S. IE BECK KIT, ) Assessors IW.H.FUYK, » of •IKKKMlAii DOW, t l'orll.iiil. N. B. Blank Schedules can he had at jhe Assessors' Booms. Portland, Manh 2f», End inch 26 taprillo Wood, Palm l.eal and Honey. QAi LOGS CEDAR. • OIW 101 LOGS MAHOGANY, 17 LOGS LANCE WOOD, 6398 BUNDLES PALM LI.AK, MATS, 7 TIERCES HONEY, Cargo Bark Albiou Lincoln. For sale by noPHNl EATON, fcb6 No. 1 Central Wharf. BOUNTIES & PRIZE MONEY. BlOO Bounty for Soldiers wounded in Battle. T¥TC are prepared to obtain a Bcunty of #1U0 tor ft holdiere discharged ou account of wounds rrndfif Bounty of IK)0 for Bo diers discharged ou acoount of «c .uni/s received in battle obtained (if papers on file are correct) in three weeks time Special atUution given to the collection of Prize Money, and claims against Government, * 8WKAT A CLEAVES, OounnellovH at Lhw, inch8 dtf No 117, Mid »le JSt , Nurdf’i Row. Dirigo Iii>nriina-e Com pun ). f |HIE undersigned belli* live of the porous named X ia the Act of Incorporation of the Dirigo in B aurauce Company, hereby notify u no.tins of said Corporation at the Room* of tho Board of Trade, on B Thursday , April 7th at 4 o'clock. i\ M , to decide upon the accep’ance of the Act of Incorporation, and for the purpose of im ?aui/ing the said t annum. A K. 8ULRILEF1 KIlEN STEEL. JOSKrll HOWARD D. W. CLARK WM. CHASE. The subscriber to the Stock of said Company, ar* B requested to meet at the same time aud place. Portland, March.2H. iueh*> did JOHN F. ANDERSON, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, office, ronn vs block, mchl7d&wtf Tkmplje Btkkbt. Superior litmil) I'lour. •| K/'k BARRELS of superior Flour; suitable for XOU family use. Abo a lew barrels of Bald* % cln and Greening Apples, for sale at the lowest L* vraah price by JOHN TlllIKTOX. ^ • fob26. eoiiiw Ko.l88FureBt CopnrtiM Niip Notice. f HAVE thin day admitted AMOS L. MILLETT 1 as an equal partner in iny Grocery business Hereafter the buxines* will Im conducted under the style aud name of WILSON A MILLETT, at the I '4 old stand, 872 Con gross street. WILLIAM L. W 11.6021 Portland, Jan. 1.llttl. J..n2*lwteodtf Rutter. pv C TUBS Batter, for Bale by J M. Knight A Bon 4 tJ No 2 Lime Street Portland, MaT-h 28.189ft. mch» dtf I • HMnmr WANTS, LOST,FOUND MHVIIIL I)1,EASANT rooms mi) board, at No.72 Danfoftb St , 2d door abov< ttasckett St Cali soon. Also a good 'tablefor rent offlffhe premise*. mchS# (fiiw' FoiiimI. 4 WATCH and Cbvin was picked up in the streets il. of Portland, by a Gentleman from thr Country, last December. Tie-o\ui»-r can haer*" the -am*- by proving property, and pa\ing for this advertisement on calling >n No. 26 Clark Street. mchSlidla Lotil. ON Congress Street, near Mechanics’ Hall, a packag* contaii.iug two pairs Ladies’ Fur Cuffs and other lur*. ihe tinier will confer a favor and be suitably rewarded by hating them at G. A. SUSS KRAUT’S. 0Cb26dltr No. 12" Middle Street. RECRUITS WANTED For the Regular Army. BOUNTY, $702. Period of Enlistment Three Year*. I _____ fit HI, RECRUITS are wanted for the 17th I . 8. JL Reg’t., Head Quarters at Fort Treble, Maine. The above bounty l*i only offered until April let, after which date come* the draft. Keoruitig Office, corner of Exchange and Fore Streets. .1. 1\ WALKS, Capt. 17th, U. 8. Reg’t. Recruiting Officer, i mchlS d2w Want to Riin liatie a Dwelling Bouse, suitable for a small family, lo A catod above Brown street. Address, stating location and terms, BUILDER, mehlOdtf Portland P O. 'IVlirmriil Wautrtl, WANTED to hire four or five rooms, suitable for a email family, with good water privilege*. Rent iu advuu«*e if required. Address Tenant Box 3W, I rtland Post office, rtatiug price and locality. mch6 dtf WANTED! 1,000 WOMEN, To make Army Drawers. Also good Pant Rasters and Finisher." wanted in the shop to make ARM Y PANTS. None but good workmen wanted. Apply at the room? in FREE STREE T RLOCK, over the store one d#or north of Tolfbrd’s. No work given out or taken in Monday forenoons or Saturday afternoon*, feted dtf S. W. HUNTINGTON. A T W 0 0 D ’ S A TWOO DJS TONIC BITTERS <1CININE TONIC BITTERS Is the beat Aromatic TOWIC AAU STOMACHK' Ever brought bejon the public. — IT WILL— Improve the Appetite, facilitate Digestion, line tone to the Ner\oti» System. Vigor to evert Organ of the Body. Thereby imparting Health and Strength | There 1# n«* romed} so good in LANQUOR AND DEBILITY, whether general, or following acute disease. Con 1 valoseentH from iickne«« will bud it a n»o*t excel ; lent restorative and agreeable exhileruoi NO SOLDIER SHOULD BE IN THE FIELD WITHOUT IT. WHAT IS SAID OF IT: llie report of the Sanitary Com ini-toons in t: “ It if wife and prudent where ague and Avert ure prevaleut. that every man should take a doae or Quinine hitters at least once in twenty-lour liourf. This will surely serve as a safeguard ugaiust di-ease, it ha* been practiced in Florida and ♦•l*e\vh**r» with undoubted benefit. Ui00 Dix,, at the Krad of tlh Hfutpital /M/mrt >nmt hi//ton, wriief ‘‘I would again, at this period, aay that your quinine Tonic i* u*»ed, and that several flurgeons of K< giments much appro* o of i* " Capt. Waltkk 8. SANFfox, if the l . 8. Army, say*: “The Bitter- did an immense amount oI good among the men under my commaud ;ae, tor iustance, a number of sore throat, ol diarrhea,, of dysentery and chilis and lever, were cured by it " Surgeon ben. ffx.J, Dale says “ I esteem it an invaluable rented) in various forms of debility,’ fcc. Sold by all Druggist*, AND CHAS. H. ATWOOD. IB Central Street, Boston, PROPRIETOR. febl9 eoit 3m IMPORT ANT \«TICE. Great Fire in WeBt Meriden. Ct. VALENTINE & BUTLER’S Alum I’ali nr rir«* Proof'Sal? Tli 1 UMPHANT . AT the great lire iu W«..t Meriden, Conn., on the Htb iu«t.. Messrs. Valentine k Butler's Aluiu Patent Fire aud Burglar Proof Safe was subjected to one of the a»«»-t severe test* on record. The safe was subjected to a red hot heat for nearly fourteen hourv*. and delivered up its content* iu perfect uraer, •aviif Bflidjr TH1BJ i ///<>/ BA VD DOLL IRS worth oi j*r«>jK*rty to the owners. The contents of twoother Bairs, of other makers, aud -tar ding with in 1 11 HUE FI.FT of t*i« Aluiu Patent, wereXJTT1UE LY IMCcTROYKl). Samples of the money aud papers taken from the Safes destroyed, also those taken from the Alum Patent, have been forwarded by mail, and can be seen at the Hardware stop of H. Warren Lancev, A Co., on Lime Street. Yaleutiue k Butler, Alum Patent fire, and Bur glar Pro-tf Hales have been tested in over TWO HUNDRED accidental fires within the last thirteen years, aud in >«• instance have they kvkb failed to pr< 'Serve their content* lrorn the attacks ol either lire or burglar. Parties in u*ed «»f a reliable Fire and Burglar Proof Beourity. vriU do well to gi\. thi - matter a careful investigation before purchasing. Mcssr-. 1 hotnson A Co., »>f New Haven, Conn , are the Agents f«*r tin* sale of these Bafea iu the New Eiiglutid Mate* ami refer by permission to the fol lowing parties iu Portland'who have recently pur chased the Alum Patent of them : Portland Has Light Co ; C. C. Mitchell A Bon ; P. A F. A R. R. Co.; Cleveland A Osgood: Daniel Winslow A Son; Ruins E. Wood, *.*•! . Hobbs. Chase A Co.; F. Clark, M. D : Josiah Burleigh, Eso.; W. W. Hilton, Ksq.; 11. M Pay son, Es*.; A. F. York, Es«j : aud many others. Certificates giving Anther particulars in relation to the late ure. will be published in a few days, rachl&dlin* T A Co. Physician Ac Svirfjeon, O/'* COURT K i llFKT,corner of Howard, Boston ( vt } i« oonsnltnd daily from 10 until and Am i | to H in the evening, on all diseases of the Urinary and Denital Organs, Scrofulous Affections, Humors of nil kinds, Horan, river* uud Eruptions, female j Complaints, Ac. An experience of over twenty years’ extensive practice enables Dr. M. to cure ail j the mo*t difficult case-. Medicine* entirely vegeta i ble. Auvicic Fkke. Mrs. ll., who is thoroughly verged in the afllictive ! maladies of the sex, can bo consulted by ladies, i Patient? furnished with board aud experienced nurse?. Boston. April 2H.1863. eodly THEBESfT Re-opened. : r|1UE Photograph Gailerlea, No. 80 Middle street, J. Portland, having been thoroughly refitted and supplied with all the latest improvement?, are now open for the accommodation of the public. The proprietor is prepared to -upply ffls former customers and all who may give him a call, with pic tures of every description, executed in the beet tnau i in r and at reasonable prices. WP* Particular attention given to copying. A. fl. DAVIS, Proprietor. Portland, July 30, H63 dtt (/O pu rt iiPKlii p. j fllilE undersigned have this day formed a Co Jl- partnership under the style of Colley, Burn ham A Co., And will continue the Fnrniture Busi* »es« at ttie old stand,U6S Congress Bt. J. C. COLLEY, T. W BURNHAM. W H.COLLEY. • Portland. March 1st, 1664. inch? d8w House Tor Sale. E l llJb Dwelling House, No. 20, Adams SI., containing ten linitlod rooms; is suppled with good spring water, and is iu good repair, is well calculated lor two facnilh-.-. I.ot non urea dUft by 75ft. 'forms of sale easy. Apply on tho pr< inise* to J. 1* thokndiki.. Pot Hand, March 29, 1801. ifichfc6dSw Real Estate for Sale. fit Hi. three Story Brick Hou°e and Lot. No. 54 JL Cumberland St. 'Ute house contain* twelve well finished rooms. Bathing room, hot and cold water, Furnace, Hass, and all other convenience* of a tir*t class hous«-. Good Stable. Kntjuire of SOUTHARD k YVt h IIV, mch22d(f 7$ Commercial Street. For Sale, The farm widely aud favorably known »« Hu Col. dabex U. Cu*h h—a—' man farm, situated in tho north part - i North Yarmouth, owned _land occupied by Kdward Beals. R; nine* iroin Portlaud. and two miles from two depots. on< on th«’tirand Trunk It. it. North - Yarmouth and West Pownal Said farm c<>olain« two hundred arm*, mowing, tilling, wood and pas ture lands, t uts 75 Urns Kugltsli hav. Pasture di vided into thr»*e lots permanently tencod for tho most part with doiildc ■done wall* using up most of | the atones on the place in their construction. Thirty acres of wood land for most part old growth: u portion border* on the K. R. and another lot near tho hou-e,sufficient to last a largo family their life time, '1 he orchard contains from five to six hundred trees, all grafted lruit, aud of the choicest kinds, in a thriving condition; in favorable )ears has borne j 1600 bushels marketable apples. There are Cherry, i Plum and /Var trees, all in uu< bearing condition; J also a cranberry field which ha-just begun to bear, and from about one third of the same, thirty bush els were picked and marketed last year. House is a two story wooden building, containing eleven square rooms, with finished ell, and other necessary out building* attached. ( omnia ml* a tine prospect aud i* adorned with beautiful shade trees; haul and soft water iu abundance. The barn is on the opposite side of the road V 0 ll long by 40 wide, wifh -hades for the tering young | stock in stonuy weather; fine well of never failing water, all in good repair. Said farm will be sold cheap as the owner is out of health and must sell. Term* of sale made known aud all inquiries answer ed ou the premise*. Payment* made easy, Nortli Yarmouth, March 11, lutt4. mchll dfcwtill llitcirahl., ■'«> v.u i.kv KuIa THK subscriber offers for .-ale a very valuable real <state? situated iu the pleasant viBage of Free port, containing about 2" acres ol good land, with a two-story dwelling house, out-buildings, stable and barn, all hi good repair. The above was the home stead of the late J. W . Mitchell. Ithaaa front en the country road from Portland to Brunswick, of about rods, with rear line on Portland T Kenne Uec Railroad. the building* are finely located, and ad’ord a de lightful nros|>ect of scenery. It is within live min utes walk from station of said railroad, village stores, no eting-houM:s, schools. Ac. It lias a large old or* hard, containing varieties of apples, pears, Ac. Also abundance of gardeu fruits. Cuts about ten ton-" of bay yearly, is finely watered by an overliving brook springs, Ac. Ha* a fine row oj i old shade elm trees on the county road; and, to j gother, embrace* such perior advantagt-s for the ■ purchaser, that those wishing to buy are in* ited to j call and examine lor themselves. Will exchange tor good city or vessel property. Apply io J. A. M11CII ELL, on the premises, or W. W. IIAKRIP, 14'» Commercial Street, Portland. Froepoat, March 1*>, I-**. mchlk codim Farm for Sale, OITl'ATKl) at blandish Corner, on which is a O story aud a half House, with suitable out-build ings, iu good repair. Itcoutaius 2H acr* - *** land and a fair orchard; is within one hour s ride ol . the York A Cumberland Railroad, aud commands a line view of Portland ami the White Mountains. Jn the immediate neighborhood are thiee churches j and the best of schools. The place is every way a ; desirable location for health and comfort, 'the i buildings will be sold, it desired, with one or two i acres or laud: aud one-half of the purchase money I may remain on mortgage for a term ot yours. A 1 plan of the premises can he seen by calling on E. U. BFAKK, Ks<].. at tiorhain Corner.*and at the store j of Messrs. Phi I brick A Finery, at .Stan dish Corner, i Possesion gi\<n immediately. Staudisb, March 12. 1^;4. eodSw* FOK HALF. A PLEA#ANi Country Seat, at New Gloucester, Lower Corner. The “tain! formerly occupied i by F. Yerton, as a Home School, is offered lor sale. The hole- and **11, both two story, the latter new, contain liteen finished rooms, a good cellar, anil an abundance of pure, soft water, wood house and -ta ble cennected. The place in adotned with shade and ornamental tre**s and shrubbery, c mmands a beau tiful prospect, is situated in a good community, and is but an hours ridefrom Portland on the Grand Trunk Railroad. A large garden belongs to it. well stocked with young and thrifty fruit trees in full j bearing, (24 apph trees ) Price 91700. For mrther information apply to F. Y cat on, Frye 1 burg M* ..Seth Haskell. near the premises, or ALBION KEITH, 130 Middle Street. feb26 3tawtf Portland. A I>«*«iral>l4‘ l'urin for Sulo. f® ^ Pleasantly situate*! In Westbrook, •!* miles from Portland n* ar Pride's Bridge, ou the road leading from Falmouth to Paccara|pa—contain - iog one hundred acres, suitably di I vlded into tillage, pasture and woodland. Aplenty of young orcharding apple and pear trees Just come I into bearing, of the Dost varieties. The soil is most [ ly clay ioaiu, well watered b#a never-tailing brook i running through the farm. A new two story brick 1 House, with a good cellar,barn and other out-build | ing.o, and an abundant supply of excellent water. Terms • a*»y For further iulonnation inquire oi the subscriber on the premia***. ABIJAII HAWKE#, mch‘26 dkw|w# .Stevens Plans Post Othce. For Sale. The Hotel known a« the “ Union House ” I Harps well, Great Island, very finely situa ted for a Summer Resort | The house in nearly new, ha.-1 twenty-two J_[rooms, a J.irg*- had. piazza:tb**veand below, and is in good repair. Connected with the house is a good stable. This property will be sold low. Apply to Robert Wat-on on the premises, or to Dana * Co.. Commercial Street, Portland, mchldeoddw* For Hale or to Let. A FINK. Country 8**at ou Back Cove road, front ing the City aud about two miles therefrom, with Garden aud Orchard, sixteen acres of land, a large Brick House with twelve finished rooms, a large Barn aud t ’liaise House. 1 his property is as desir able a location for a genteel residence, or a public hou-s a» is to be found within toe vicinity of Pen t land. it will be sold low on a long torn of credit for the greater part of the purchase, or leased for a term of years. MO0E8 GOULD, 74 Middle #t. mob 17 *>\y For Hali*, rV Hut storrdwelling-house No.23 Brown et, containing thirteen modern tin I.-hod iiis including Bath room. Range, Furnace lias T ixtures, with plenty of closet room. Terms easy. Unless previously disposed ot at private sale, it will be sold ut auction on the 27th da% of April next. J T. #MITU. Inquire of J K. FERNALD, or GEORGE WAT r.MiuLot.. mcn.i uinapi?* Haase lor Salts A three story duelling house with brick basement, j\. situated on tbe corner of Monument and War ren streets; lias twelve finished room.-', and is well calculated for one or two families. For terms ap ply to Edward Miaw, at tbe office of the Mutual Fire Insurance Company, l<Jfi Middle Street, orto N 1 . DFEKING. mchlo dtf No. 3 Exchange St. For Salt or to Lrt. CUFF COTTAGE, containing over 10 rooms,large stable and shed* - situated two ’ and oue-half miles fiom Portland, and the [fiuest situation iu Cape Elizabeth tor a wa ll terina place, and summer boarders. For particulars enquire of GEO. OWEN, ap7dtf SI Winter Street. Portland. For Sale. \ ONE and u half story House, brick bu^euieut, ou Washington street, now occupied by Mrs. ! Sarah Morse, lot 50 by Its) feet. For particulars, ; enquire of Oliver Gkeui»h, Chaki.kp or JOHN PI KING ION, No 1«3 Fon -t. iuch2* Iw SI,800! V small dwelling house, with laud sufficient for a good garden, located in the upper part of the city, will be ?*old for the above auiuuut. Apply to PREM ISS POKING, Portland . March 7. dtf Daily Press Office. Sale* lioom to LH. Aspaciuue aud deOrablc Sales Room to let uu the second floor in the new EVANS Bl'll.DING, I ou Middle St., il applied for immediately. WARREN SPARROW, meh5dtf No. 74 Middle St., cor. Exchange. To Let. I mHE rooms over the store of the subscrit*er,o©rner 1 JL oi Fore and Exchange streets, now occupied by Stephen Berry as a printing office. Possession giveu 1st of January. Apply to decWdtf BEN J. FOGG. l o L«*f. STORK now occupied by us. Possession given immediately. Also, a Frout Office iu Hanlon Block. jaub dtf H. J. LIB BEY k CO. For Sale al a Kaiicala. VoNE and half Story House, on Layfayette St., Lot 44 by *.PJ. F*»r particulars enquire of DRAKE \ DAMS, mchlK lmed Congress Street. mui: TO LET. fllllE very eligible Stop-now occupied by Mr. E. X E Little, undo Mechanics Hall, is to bo leased ! for a term ot three or tive years. Enquire of j lhbat iseodtf G. L. BAILEY, 4t Exchange, St. To Let. OFFICE iu second story of store No. lto Middle street, over store occupied ov Samuel Rolfe. Enquire of b AML EL HANSON. fcblS eodtf m ’irirr Tiwmw—.^wejjjcb—tgwteRB— railroadsT 1 orli A i 'iiiiil»«*rliitii! liuilroHfl. WINTKR AKUAN(.r.MKNTS ^OQBBR|D . On and after Monday, March 14, IF4, , rraiu* will lean* ki follow*: A . M. V. M . P. M . Portland tor Saco River, at 8.00 1.50 5.30 Morrill's do 8 ,H 2.05 6.42 Cumberland Mills, do 8 18 2 13 r> 4S» Saccarappa, di. 8,'ij 4.20 5.54 Gorham, do 835 2 35 6.06 Button Centro, do 8 62 2.56 6 22 Arrive at do ».oo 3.05 6.30 „ A.W. A.M. P.H. 6aco River for Portland, at 6.0" 9.30 3.80 Buxton Centre. do 6.i'2 9.40 3.38 Gorham, do 6 45 10.00 3 65 Saccarappa, do 7.18) 10.16 4.07 Cumberland Mill*, do 7.or lo 2s 4 11 Morrill's, do 7.15 10.30 4.16 Arrive at do 7.30 11.45 4 30 The 1.60 P. M train out and the 6.00 A.M. train ink> 1’ortland will be Freight Jrain«, with 1'asAenger Cars attached. l*ar»!H 6 rents le$p when ticket* are purohaped &t the office than when paid in the car*. Got. 32. 1863. dtf DAN CARPENTER, Sup’t. 9IAIKE CENTRA*. UAI1.KOAD. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. □■■■■D Trains leave Portland. Grand Trunk ■■^SSBHSlatiun, tor Lewiston and Auburn, at I .40 A.M. For Bangor and intermediate station* et 1.10 r.M. REI UUNTNG—leave Lewiston at 6.20 a. m., and arrive In Portland at 8.3u a. m. Leave Bangor at 7.35 A. v., and arrive In Portland at 2 00 r. u. Both these trains conneot at Portland with trains lor Boston. Freight train leaves Portland at 8 a. M., and re tarningis due inPortiand at 1 r. m. Stages connect with trains at principal stations, daily tor most of the towns North and East of this Uno- C. M MORSE.Sup t. Watervilie, November, 1S63. deoil PORTLANI1 ANDKENNEHEt R.R. WINTKK ABBANGKMF-NI. Coinmtmoing Nov. O, 180>. ■■0 ruv.nger Train, will lrara dally. I^RESVB (Pundaya cxcept'ui) a* follow*: . , *yv. ;,Irtl*u'i ,or Bath, Augurta and Skowhegan at 1 00 1 . AI. Leave Skowhegan for Augusta, Bath, Portland Boston aud Lowell at 8 3S A. M. Freight Train*, Portland and Kkowhegan daily, B. H. CUSHMAN, Superintendent. Aagneta, .Nov., USD. jani tf ORAKD TRUNK RAILWAY Of Canada. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. 9RBE On and after Monday, Nov. 9, 1863, W9H train* will run daily, (Sunday* exoept •d) until further uotice, a* follows: I.Tp Train*. Leave Portland for South Pari* at 7.40 a m . For j Island Poud at 1.10 r. m. Down Train*. Leave Island Pond for Portland, at 6 a. m. Leave South Pari* for Portland at 6.40 a m. The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding *(» in value, and that per sonal, unless notice i« given, and paid tor at the rate of one paasenger for every *60u additional value. C. J. HICYDGEti. Managing Director. 11. BAILEY, Superintendent. Nov. 4,1663. novft PORTLAND, SACO A PORTSMOlTTH RAILROAD. WINTER ARRANGEMENTS, Commencing Nov. 3d, 1863. ■ □■■IBB Passenger Trains will leave the Sta tlon. Canal street, daily, (Sunday- ex | Cepted i ** ioiluws: Leave Portland for Boston, at 8 46 a . m aud 2.2b r. m. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.30 a m. and 3.30 r. M. Leave Portsmouth tor Portland, at 10.00 a. m and e.0t> P. M. Theae train* will take and leave passenger* at way , stations. Freight train* leave Portland and Boston dally. FRANCIS C11ASE, Superintendent. Portland, (Jot. 30,1863. oc.il edtf | STEAMBOATS. International Steamship Company. Kastporl. C alais A St John. TWO Title* I* I'It WEEK. On and after Monday. March 38, the superior r^-a-going Steamer NF.W BIO N8W1CK, Cant. K. B Winchester, will leave Kailroad ----- - Jtate street, every Mondav at 6 o'clock 1*. M..aud the Steamer NK’vV KM.LAND, Capt. E. Field, every' Thursday at 5 o’clock P. M., for Jiastport and St. John, N. B . connecting at at John with steamer Kminror lor Digby. Windsor and Halifax, and with the K. & N. A. Railroad lor 8he diac and all way stations. Returning, wiU leave St. John every Mondav aud Thursday a( « o’clock A. M , lor Kastport, Portland aud Boston. Stage coache* connect with steamer at Last port for Maclt la-'. Freight for Calais will be forwarded by tailing vts i sels for the present. Through ticket* procured of the Agcuts and Clerk on board Steam* r*. Freight received till \ o’clock P. M.. Mondavi? and Ihuredayt. rnchSSdtf C. C. BATON, Agent. Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. CAKKUNG IHECAKAIMAXA L\8 MAILS. Passengers Booked to Londonderry, Glasgow and Liverpool. RETURN TICKETS (‘RANTED AT REDUCED RA TKS. m jt. The steamship*America, Capt. Mart y** will sailjfroin thin port tor Liverpool Xj^lUrc’u SATL'KDAV, April 2d, iinmedia ■SBUfiSltely alter the arrival of the Train of the previous day from Montreal. Pa.^na^e to Loudonderry, Glasgow and Liverpool —Cabin (according to accommodation) 866 to $80; I Steerage, 990. Pat able in gold or its equivalent. For Freight or Passage apply to H. Ac A. ALLAN, No. 5 Brand Trank Railroad l’as-eugei Depot To be succeeded by the steamship North Amer i icau on the vthol April. Portland and Hoston Line. THE STEAMERS Forest City, Lewiston and Montreal jflN* Will, until farther notice, run a* follows: Leave Atlantic Wharf, Portland, : every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and | Friday, at 7o’clock P. M., aud ludia Wharf, Boston, Friday, at 6 o’clock P. M. Fare in Cabin.$1.60 ” on Dock. 1.36 Freight taken as usual. The Company are not responsible for baggage to I any amount exceeding 960 in value, and that person ; al, units* uotice is given aud paid lor at the rate ol 1 ore pawuger for every #6UU additional valtie. I Feb. 18,1863. dtf L BILLINGS, Agent. Portland and New Y ork Steamers SKMI WKKK1;Y L,INK. . x* The splendid aud fast Steamships - "boi'i'HT point,” capt.. w/ilk-tt, V'l^.Xg^pand “POTOMAC,” Captain Shku ScKBBbSCSi wood, will,until farther notioe, run J as follows: Leave Browns Wharf, Portland, every WEDNES ! DAY, aud SATURDAY, at 4 P. M., aud leave her 9 North River, Newr York, every WEDNESDAY and* SATURDAY, at 3 o'clock. P. M. These vessels are fitted up with flucaccommodations , for passengers, making this the most speedy, safe aud oomfortable route for travellers betweeu New York i and Maine. Passage 97,00, iuoluding Fare and State ! Rooms. Goods forwarded by this line to and from Montreal, Quebec, Bangor, Bath, Augusta, Kastport and St. ! John. Shippers are requested to send their freight to the i steamer* asearly as 3 P. M , on the day that thep leave Portland. For freight or passage apply to EMERY k FOX, Brown s Wharf Portland. 11. B. CROMWELl, k CO No. K6 W est Street, New York. Deo. a, 1163. dtf Dissolution. I milh copartnership heretofore existing under the j A linn style of PHINKkY & CO., is tbi* day dis solved by mutual consent. "The iflUn of 'ho late concern uill be settled at F. A. Howard's, under Lancaster Hall, by H. M. I’hluuev " Haviug this day sold to Stuart k Co. our Flock in trad**, we would cordially recommend them to our friend* and former patron* as worthy their patrou* j age and court deuce. THINNKY k CO. Co|>nrtn«‘rslii|t. i milk undendgned have this day lbrmid a copart* X ucrship under the linn *!> le of &TCAKT A CO., j and will continue the Stove ami Furnace busiui r--* j n all branches at the old stand, N<*. 171 Middle street. CHAULB8 II. 81TAKT, Jauil dtf 1> It. S I kVKNS. DUNN & PALMER^ (aCl OK?»ORa TO M. O. FALMBR.) I WHOLESALE MILLINERY, 144 MIDDI.E STREET. n. w. o. dux* jobh k. palmer. March 1, litH. moL7 audiw* |_ MEDICAL. I Lyon’s Periodical Drops! THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! ARE BETTER THAN ALL Pills Powder* A? Preparation*. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! -ARK Sure to do Goodaud cannot do Harm. 1 LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! I Tin* Gmil Female Kemeily | LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! j ARK BETTER THAN ALL PtLLS,POWDRRS * QUACK PREPARATIONS LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARE SURE TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HARM. l.yoii’M Periodical Drops 'THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. j Ijyon’tt Periodical Drop* ARE BETTER THAN ALL PILLS, POWDERS AND QUACK MEDICINES. li.voiiN Periodical Drops Ar« Sure to <lo Good and cannot do Harm. LION’S PERIODICAL DROPS Tlit* Ureal Female Kemedy. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS ARE BETTER THAU ALL Pills, Powders and Quack Preparations. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS -ARK 8URK TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HAHM Lyon's Periodical Drops THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY I Lyon's Periodical Drops Are better than all Pills, Powders, And Oaack Preparations. Lyon’s Periodical Drops, -abk Sure to do Good and cannot do Harm. I Price, 91 per Hotlle. For sale by all DrngpiAt*. At wholesale by W. F Phillip#, H. H. Hay At Co., Portland, augitt eodly i t>K. J. B. III/OHES CAB KB FOUR!* AT HI* PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, j ft'o. & Teni|»lc bfreeft WHERE he can he consulted privately, and with j the utmost coniideuce by the afflicted, at ail ! hours daily, from * am. to bp. m. Dr. II. addresses those who are suffering under the affliction of private disease, whether arising Irotu impure connection or the terrible vice of sell-abuse. Devoting his entire time to that particular branch of the medical profession, he feels warranted in Ocar« ASTiKiNo a Curb is all Casks, whether of long standing or recently contracted, entirely removing the dregs of disease from the system, aud making a perfect aud PERMANENT CURB. He would call the attention of the Afflicted to the fact of his long standing aud well earned reputatiou, furnishingsufficient assurance of hie'skill aud HUC CesS. CAUTION TO Tills PUBLIC. Every intelligent and thinking person must know that remedies liamh-d out from general use should have their efficacy established by we 11-tested expe rience iu the hands of a regularly educated physi cian, whose preparatory study tits him tor all the duties he must fulfill; yet thacountry is Hooded with poor nostrums uud cure-alls, purporting to bo the best in the world, which are not only useless, but al ways injurious. The unfortunate should be partic ular in selecting Ids physician, as it is a lamentable vet incontrovertible fact that many syphilitio pa tients are made miserable with ruined constitutions by maltreatment from inexperienced physicians in general practice; for it is a point generally conceded by the best syphilographers, that the study aud man agement of these complaints should engross the whole time of those who would l>e competent and successful in their treatment ami cure. The Inex perienced general practitioner, having neither op portunity nor time to make himself acquainted with j the r ; .i : • . ..- v . oommonl} on-rue- on*- system of treatment, iu most cases making an indiscriminate use of that autiquatod and dangerous weapon. Mer cury. UAVE CONFIDENCE. All who have committed an excess of auy kind,* < whether it be the solitary v ice of youth, or the sting ing rebuke of misplaced coniideuce iu maturer years, SEEK FOR AX AX 71 DOTE IX SEASON. I The Pains and Aches, and Lassitude and Nervous Prostration that may follow Impure Coition, are the Barometer to the whole system. Do not wait for the cou.-mninatiou that is sure to fol low. do uot wait lor Unsightly Ulcers, for Disabjed Limbs, for Los* of Beauty and Complexion. hoir .wax r TirousAxns cax tbXtipy to 1 this b r us ha r KxrnniaxcB Young Men troubled with cmitsions iu sleep, a complaint generally the result of a bad habit iu i youth, treated scientifically, aud a perfect cure war ranted or no charge made. Hardly a day passes but we arc consulted by one or more young men with the above disease, some of whom are as weak anil emaciated os though they had the consumption, tnd by their friends suppose u to have it. All such c isc* yield to the proper and only correct course of treatment, and iu a short time nri> mad*- to n-ioi.w* in HDrlDi'l ht-kllh MIDDLE AGED MEN. There are many nu n at the age of 40 or 50 whoare i troubled with too frequent evacuations from the j bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burning sensation, and weakening the system in a 1 manner the patient cannot account for. On exam- i iuing urinary dep« ait a a ropy sediment will often be ; found, and sometimes small particles of semen or \ albumm will appear, or the color will be of a thin i milki-h hue, again changing to a dark and turbid t appeumuc**. There art many men who die of this f difficulty, ignorant of the came, which is the SKCOXh STAUR Oh SKUhNAL WEAKNESS. I can warrant a 5 * rfect cure in such cases, and a full and healthy restoration of the urinary organ*. ‘ Persons whocanuot personally con-itlt the Dr., j can do so by writing in a plain manner a description of their diseaiUb andtho appropriate remedies will be forwarded immediately. All correspondence strictly confidential and will be returned if desired. Address, DH. J. B. HUGHES. No. 6 Temple St., [corner of Middle] Poitland. gp-’ttend bump for circular. Eclectic Ttedioal Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. DM. HUGHES particularly invites all Ladle* who * need a medical adviser, to call at his rooms, No. 5 Temple Street, which they will find arranged for 1 their especial accommodation. Dr. II.'a Eclectic Kcuov&tingMtdicintsareunrival* led in efficacy and superior virtue in regulating all Female Irregularities. Their action is specific and certain of producing relief In a short time. ^.ADIES will find It invaluable iu all eases of ob structions after all other remedies have been tried in vain. It is purely vegetable, uontainiug nothing in the least Injurious to the health, and may betaken with perfect safety at all times. Sent to any part oftheoountry with full directions by addressing DH. HUGHES, N0.1 TempleBtroet.ocrnerot Middle,Portland. N. B.—LADIES destring may oonault one of their I own sex. A lady of experience In constant attend 1 Aliwe. tAUldftwly MEDICAL. Ktixlr! Elwif l)H. W I! [CUT'S REJUVENATING ELIXIR! OR, ESSENCE OF LIFE. PRXFAKED fltoa PtTRK VKUKTA BLK EXTRACT*, •’OST V I NI IfO NOTHING INJURIOrS TO TH X MOST DFLICAT1 mHE Rejuvenating Elixiristhe result of modern '*■ discoveries in the vegetable kingdom, being an entirely new and abstract method of cure, irre-j»<'C- | tive of all the old and worn-out systems. Thi- medicine has been tested by the most emi nent medical men of the day, aud by them pronounc ed to be one of the greatest medical discover!*- ol the age. One bottle will cure Cieneral Debility. A few doses cure Hysteric-4 in 1‘ males. One bottle cures Palpitation of the Heart. A few flixx restore the organs ol‘ generation. f rom one to three bottles re«tor»-s the manliness and full vigor of youth. A lew doses restore the appetite. Three bottles cure the worst case of Impotencr. A few doses cure the low-spirited. One bottle restores mental power. A few doses bring the rose to the cheek. This medicine restore- to manly vigor and robust health the poor, debilitated, worn-dow n, and de spairing devotee of sensual pleasure. The listless, enervated youth, the overtasked men of business, the victim of nervous depression, the ndividual snlTcringfrom general debility, or from weukness of a tinge organ, will all find immediate and permanent relief by the use of this Elixir or Es sence of Life. jjoid 3* per bottle, or three bottles for *5, and forwarded by Express, on receipt of mousy, to any address. Sold by all Druggists everywhere. DR. W R. MERW1N A Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS, No. 59 Llberty-»t., New York. CHEROKEE PILLS! SUGAR COATED * FEMALE REGULATOR, HEALTH PRESERVER, CERTAIN AND SAFE, For til*: removal of Obstructions, and the Insnranc of Regularity in the Recurrence of the Monthly Period*. They cure or obviate those numerous disease# tha spring from irregularity, by removiog the irregular* j ity Itself. They cure Suppressed,Excessive and Painful Men* Btrnation. They cure Green Sick nets (Chlorosis). They cure Nervous and Spinal Affections, pains iu | the bask and lower part* of the body. lleavineM. j Fatigue on slight exertion, Palpitation ot the 0-art Lowuc-s* of Spirits, Hysteria, Sick Headache, Gid- 1 diness, etc., etc. In a word, by removing the Irreg- ' n lari ty, they remove the cause, and with it all the effect* that spring from it. Composed of simple vegetable extracts, they con tain nothing deleterious to any constitution, how ever delicate—their function b*dng to substitute strength for weakness, which, ulies properly used, they never fail to do. All letter* seeking information or advice will It promptly, freely aud discreetly answered. l ull directions accompany each box. Price #1 per box, or six boxes for fA. Sent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of price. Sold by all respectable Druggist*. Dr. W. R. M ERWIN A Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS, No. GO Lib*rty-«t.. New York. febdeodfccowly B. P. H. R. ” Berry’s Patlioloodcal i HAIR RENOVATOR IS a standard preparation that has been thoroughly j tested; its composition is iu strict accordance j with hygienic rule* and scientific principles—is not the ephemeral production of u day, but the result of long and patient study, experiment and research, BE1XU A TRUE Renovator and Restorer of Hair lu a pathological or discard state to T 11 K N A 1 i; H A L, C0I„0 H and condition of health, by working upon the root* anti pnpulaceou- secretions, supplying the hair withthat nutritious element in which the Mood is deficient, and removing th» accumulate*! *xces« of 1 dandruff and humor, makiug a most Ihcltgktjul | Dressing, well and agreeahlv perfumed.thus afford ing a desirable article of iutrinsic value for the Toi let. It will in all (’asks (with the exception of vtrp [ aged people, where the roots, germs and dieaths ' have all cove away, or, by reason 01 age. become i disorganized.) promote a New and Healthy Grow th ! : Be* to re the grev toils natural color; atop and pre rent the hair falling off—causing it to become moist, soft and ylossu. It will gratfmUly darken light and llaxcn hair without dyeing it or staining the skiu—being free from rdivtr and other injurious chemicals, and truly beueticial to the hair in all its phases. 1 BY IT, and bo assured of its superiority over all other preparation s. PREPARED 05LY BY HENRY A. KERRY, themftal, 229 1-2 Congies* Street, Portland, Me. H. H. HAY, junction Free and Middle streets, General Ami for Mills prim S3 j • | ''<»tile. KP*s>ol<fby Druggists everywhere. Berry’s Preservative and Dressing For beautifying and preserving the hair, A SPLENDID EOJIPol N D, composed of veoetablic extra* re, coutainiug no oil or alcohol, chemically combined and highly per fumed. Price bO cents per bottle. * jau23 diy !■'•« Cough »» Cslds hnd FBI HE Vegetable Pulmonary balsam is tbe moat JL highly approved medicine ever discovered. It has stmul the. best of all tests. Time, having had an unprecedented sale of nearly forty years. It is recommended bv our best physicians, our moat emi nent citizens, the 1‘ress. the Trade, in tact by all who know it. For cert ideates, which can be given to almost any titeit.ios wrappers to each bottle. The proprietors will cheerfully refund the money it not * iit rely satisfactory. Pries oU c« ntsand lb: the large bottles much the’ cheapest. He careful to get the genuine, which is prepared only by KEEL), CUT- j TEit A CO., Wholesale Druggists, Boston. Boldin Portland by dealers generally. tl. II. HA Y, Druggist, corner Middle and Free ■ streets, Wholesale Agent. dec8 isd6m Masts from the pure Balsams ttf ferment. N. H. Powns’s Vegetable Balsamic Elixir. flllilShonest,standard old Ci»u«h Kkxidt, made JL in Vermont, has been used with entire success for thirtv-three years. It ia warranted as usual for Coughs, ('olds, Whooping Cough, (Yo*p, Asthma, amt alt diseases of the Throat, Chest and Lungs, and all diseases tending to Consumption. We have testimonials from many of the best physi cians ;iud gentlemen of standing, among whom we mention the Hon. Paul Dilliughum, Lieut. Ciov. ot Vermont; lion. Bates Turner, late Judge of the Su preme Court of Vermont; Dr. J. B. Woodward, Brigade Burgeon U.S- Army. JOHN F. HEN MY h CO, Proprietors. Successors to N, II. Downs, Watkruuhy, Vt. FW~ Prior 26 cents, 60 cents, and 91 par bottle. H. H. Hay and J. W. Perkins ft Co., Portland, We .wholesale agents for Maine. nov!9 d&’wtC'w* Coitliigionx Hi-fiists. Chapter Hfh, Section# ;>» aud 82, of lb* Revised Statute# : 8kct. 30 When any disease dangerous to the public health ex it# in a town, the municipal officer* shall use all possible care to prevent its spread and to gire public uotice of infected place# to traveller*, by displaying red Hag# at proper distance*, and by all o her 'means most effectual, in their judgment, for the common safety. Sect. 82. When a householder or physician know# that a person under liis care is takeu sick of any such disease, hr shall immediately give uotice there of to the municipal officer# of the town where such j person is, and if he neglects it he shall forfeit not | less than ten, nor more ibau thirty dollars. I he above law will be strictly enforced. JOHN S Ul ALD, febl2tmayl City Marshal and Health Officer. Wagons for Kale. rilllFFF Wagons for sale. Inquire of 1 W H. VINTON, u.ch21 dfc wtf 64 Middle .Street, Portland. Boquets and Out Flowers, 11LNEUAL W REATHS AND CROSSES, taste Hilly arranged aud made to order at ia\ estab lishment. corner oi North and Montreal street*. Munjoy HUl. Boquets may always be found at Lowell k Senter’a, Exchange streel. All orders lett there will be promptly attended to. ALBERT DIRWtNfiER, Florist Jautf aod3iu i • MEDICAL* MOHR TESTIMONIALS! m MRS. MANCHESTER Is count ant ly receiving unsolicited testimonials of the astonishing cures performed by her. Among many recently received nre the following, which art oomimnded to the notice of the afflicted. Mr > Man chester may be consulted at No. 11 Clapp'a Rlork, Room No. ft. A CASK OF SPINAL DISK ASF CURED This is to certify that 1 went to see Mr-. Manches ter last March with a daughter of mint troubled with spinal disease, for which she had been doctored for five years, and by a number of phy sician# of all kinds; and she has had twenty-one applications of electricity applied, but all to no effect; but she coo tiDually grew worse. 1 came to the conclusion, as the last resort, to go and see Mrs. Manchester, and did so; and to my great surprise she told me the first a use of the disease, and how she had been from time to time, which encouraged me to try her medicines. I did so. and now my daughter is able to be around the house all of the time. HLeaNo rides ten or fif teen miles without any trouble or ioconveuience.and 1 think in a short time she will be restored to perfect health. Since my daughter has been doctoring, 1 have heard of a great many case# that Mr» Manctus ter has cured. 1 think if any person deserves pat ronage, it is the one who tries to preserve the health of the sick and suffering; and 1 know that she usee every effort which He* in her power to benefit ber patients. dAhah L. Kxiohts, Okouui kniuhtb, Abhv E. Kxiobt*, Emma Kxiohtb. Brunswick, Maine, August 6th. ONE OK THE ORRATESTCURES on RECORD Mx*. Makchbstbs—Dear Madam:—Thinking a statement of my case may be of service to others similarly afflicted, I hasten to give it to yon. This is briefly my case—I was taken sick about Id months ago with the Uver Complaint in a very bad form. I applied to four different physicians, but re ceived no benefit until I called on you. At that time I had given up business, and was in a very bad state, bat after taking your medicine for a short time I be gan to recover, and in two months I was entirely well, and had gained several pounds of iesb, and can truly say that by your skill I am a perfectly heat hy man. Joexpa Davis. Boston t Maine D^pot, Portland, Ms. A REMARKABLE CURE OF A CASE OF URO ST CURED B 1 MRS. MANCHESTER. This is to certify that I have been cured of the Dropsy of fifteen years standing by Mr». Manches ter. 1 hare been to physicians in Boston, New York and Philadelphia. They all told me that they could do nothing for me, unless they tapped me, and as sured me that by tapping I could lire but a short time. I had made up my mind to go home anJ live as long as I oould with the disease, and then die. Oa my way home 1 stayed over night in Portland 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. She examined me and told me my case exactly. 1 was so roach astonished to think that she told me oorreetly, that I told her that I would take her medU eiues, not having the least faith that they woald me any good, or tiiat I should get the slightest relief from any oourse whatever; finally 1 took the Obedl cine and went home. In oue week from the time I oominenoed taking the medicine, 1 had over three gallons of water pass me in seven boars; and my fel low sufferer* may be assured that It was a great relief to me. I had not been able to lie down in bed at night before this for two years. Now 1 can lie down with perfect ease. 1 have taken her ntedlcine for eight months, and am as well as any man could wbh to be. and no signs of dropsy. I would advise ail that are sick to go and consult Mrr. Manchester, tveaifthey have been given up by other pby siciaus. I have seat her a number of cases of other diseases, and she has cured them also. (io and for yourselves. 1 had no faith, bat now my fhith oaanot be * baked in her skill in telling and curing disease. Chaulbs 8. Hannon, • Babas K. Hannon, Many ▲. Hannon. Bangor, Maine, April id. uwwicn noi'M-irum a sl. m. uii sr. a. U«l? infc.'uUl *d WISTAR'S BALSAM -or WILD 0HERR Y HA* KIKS t #KD r»»B SKARLY II A L F A C B XT I R V • with the mod astonishing raccm ia curing Cough*i, (oltis, Hoarsen***. Sore Throats, /nltn* rN .<i, Whooping Cough, (Vmi, /ir-r Cnmg*faint Hroncyitia, Did*, rutty of fireatfrina, Asthma If ec+ry Affection of The Throat, Langs and Chest, ISCLl'DIXU IV IS C O\*t tll* HO Y. There L scarcely one individual ll the community who wholly escaped “* ■" ‘ during a season, from cobc . n. , how ever slightly develope d, of th. abov e * -ymptoru- —a neglect «*t w Jiich mig !* load to the last uam d. and mod to be dreaded disease in the whole cata logue. The power of the " media*. J/utn of the Wild Cherry Tree over L_'this alas* of com plaint-is well known; rW *o groat is th»» good it ha* performed, ^*Mg£.£T‘‘,hc ro,,*1‘ri,J'11 k“ 1** Hit preparation, fatbits ths ***---j-f" t of the. Cherry, there are commingled with Vo ther ingredients of Hi- ea/ae, that increasing its rata* ten fold, and forming, a K at'dy icyose gotc-r t>> so'dht, to heal, to TsHert, and to cure disease, exists in no other m> divine y-1 discovered. Hon. RUFUS K. GOODKXOW. Formerly a member of Conpre-- from Maine, has kindly permitted u* to use hi- testimony in lavor if Wistitr’a Hal sum by the following certification, forwarded through l»r. Bust, of South 1'ari*. 1 have tried WistaF» Balaam or Wild Ch*:r* RY for au exceedingly trouble*ome cough. The effect wa* all tliat could be d<-sired. The use of less than oue bottle relieved me entirely. Among great varoties of medicine* which I hare used, I hare found non*, to etjual “ Wistor’s." Its curative properties iu ea-c* of cough, I regard a- invaluable. ti.il. GOODBNOW. From fi. FU LI. OH’S, M. U. Hill, X. U., Xov. S, I860. B. n . r"» t.K a w, A It hough I have generally a gr^at objection to patent medicine*, 1 can but say in justice to Dit, YViatau’u Balsam or Wild Chkbhy,that it 1* n remedy of -uperior value for PhImoHury JHt<a*t>. 1 have made use of this preparation' for several years, ami it ha* proved to be very reliable and etfl • cacioua in the treatment ot severe aud long-standing comqkt. I know of one patient, now in comfortable health, who has taken this remedy and who. hut for it* use, I consider would not now be li* iug. 18. FKLUHV8. M D. f. T. QV tMB V, I/. A. Pri'neijKil of the ,4A>»* tutu'itch Aputctou Acmdruty ' New I raw it* ii, S' U., Oct. 4, I860. Messrs. 8. W. Fuwlk k Co.— lleuilemeu.—'This cei tide* that tor more than four teen years I have Ireequeutly used Du, H'lRT^a'I Balsax of Wild C«*KRUY, for Cough*, Cold». and Sort Throat, to w hteh 1, U» common wild the re-t of mankind. am subject, and it gives me j lea-ntre to *ay that i consider it the very fvest remedy lor meh case*, with which I am acquainted. I should hardly kuuw how to do without it. Kcspectitally yours, K. T. ql lMBl Mr />. It- t'£ HI V A’, of I'm m r VMmgt. Write* the proprietors ot this great remedy a* follow* : — rt’AXin \ ii LAtic, Mi., July 31, l4**). Messrs. 8. W. font h. Co , Boston. Dents: —I do not b'*«it»te to recotmneud Dn. M i*T4R > Balsa* or W ild Cmiki&y. for roughs and/'Ntmouary ogiefton*, having used it in u.y family for many years with grtat satisfaction: a deed it ha* dune mere good than all the other reme dies 1 hate tried, and their names is legion. If all the patent medicine* iu the market po«**s-« d but a portion of the merit of this excellent Balant, there would l»e no occasion to condemn them as humbugs. Thi* medicine i« also used by many o| my triend* aud acquaiutance* in this tow u, aud they have found it invaluable: and I hope that others » bo -utter,may give it a trial. Tours respectful I v. D. H. TEJU.lf i'rom a Highly t{r*pcctahl- AfercAsinf. 1 ALXoi TH. Ml. Aug. 10, Messrs. 8. YT. Fowl* V Co Gents:—For a long time 1 hate autkred mor* or leas with that dittreadng alMctiou- Phthytic—in its worst form*, aud have re-orted to various so-called remedi**-, hut to no purpose :w affording the Uosired relief. Deprived of my sleep by reason of the se verity of tin- disea-e, it was only ls*» evideut that I was fast breaking dow u under it. I restored to Da. Wibtas's Balsam \>v Wild Chkbhy with hut little confidence a* to It* curative properties, but the use of one bottle has entirely nd me of this monster: and to the public I can -ab ly oommond It aa every wav worth* their coutidi uce. Most respect Bill*-. .8.1. MhKRIM.. H l.liinl « Halsuiu ol'-Wild Cltt-ri y is rsrPABeu B\ biTM W' Fowls 1 Co.. Boston. Sold by all Dmggiate and Dea'eri In Medicines. F*hld eod Bin

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