Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, April 5, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated April 5, 1864 Page 4
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POETRY. In Memoriam. All the weariness ie ended— All the labor and the pain; Xo the heart, forever pulseless, Comes no earthly care again! Laid like worn-out robe aside, Care for the loved form is vain; On the face I’ve bathed with kisses, Beau the cold and surging rain! Ah! to me will come the twilights Filled with vagus aud vain unrest: Come the nights, with aching forehead Laid no more upon his breast 1 Ah! to me will come the heartaches; Come the longing wild aud vain ; But to me will come his presence, Bright and lovi-.g, ne'er again! A\ Gloucester, 1664. -V B. MISCELLANY. Shall Expenses.—“It’s what thee'l spend, my sou,” said an old Quaker,”not what thee il make, which will decide whether thee’s to be rich or not.” The advice was trite, lor it was Franklin’s in another shape:—'"Take care of the pence aud the pounds will take care of themselves.” But it cannot be too often repeated, Men are continually indulging in small expenses, saying to themselves that it’s only a trifle, yet forgetting that the ag gregate is serious, that even the seashore is made up of petty grains of sand. Ten cents a day is even thirty-six dollars and a half a year and that is the interest of a capital of six hundred dollars. The man who saves ten cents a day, is so much richer than he who does not, as if he owned a life estate in a house worth six hundred dollars: and il inves ted quarterly,does not take that time. But ten cents a day is childs pay, some will exclaim. “Well,then, John Jacob Astor used to say when a man who wishes to be rich has saved ten thousand dollars, he has wou half the bat tle. Not that Astor thought teu thousand much. But he knew that, in makiug such a sum, a man acquired habits of prudent econ omy which would keep him advancing in wealth. How many, however, spend ten thousand in a few years in extra expenses, and then, on looking back, cannot tell as theyfsay “where the mony went to.” To save is to get rich. To squander even in small sums, is the steptoward the poor-house. A Painteu's Bill to a Chubch. Some body has sent to the Troy Times the follow ing curious extracts from a Scotch newspaper of 1707: . n.!k4r..1» Kill --1. J .1. . -r j — — 1-- --— vuwmivm w mv veatry for work done in our church: To filling up a chink in the lied Sea, and re pairing the damages to Pharaoh’s host. To a new pair of hands lor Daniel in the lions* den, and a new set of teeth for the lion ess. To repairing Nebuchadnezzar's beard. To cleaning the whale’s b*'lly, varnishing Jonah’s face, and mending his left arm. To a new skirt for Joseph’s garment. To a sheet anchor, a jury-mast, and a long boat for Noah’s Ark. To giving a blush to the cheek of Eve on presenting the apple to Adam. To paiutinga new cit> in the land of Nod. To cleaning the garden of Eden alter Ad am’s expulsion. To making a bridle to the Good Samaritan’s horse and mending one of his legs. To putting a new handle to Moses’ basket and fitting the bnirushes. To adding more fuel to the fire in Nebu chadnezzar’s furnace. Received payment, D. Z. Partner Wanted. IHfTEND to withdraw the tnirioris irons 1 hare in the fire, and devote my whole attention to the mysteries of the law. Tothis« nd 1 d»sir* h Part ner. tie mu*t be a* oily as a mountain of blubber, ms supple in the back se an eel, a« bland aa a sum mer's looming, and wear oa his treacherous phiz a perpetual smirk. His name must be Peter Punk. I propose to constitute the Company, and will tie as pious, as dignified, and as pompous as an old wood chuck, cocked up on his hind legs near his hole in clever time. “The chief khp op maw" with FTwk k Co. will be to feather thrir ne®t, and skin all who oorae in their way. In anticipation of having our shingle out at an earlv day, I advice all the crooked eld sticks about to "hop the twig," ikstean op PATIWO THEIR dbbtp, to sell, or pretend to sell, all they have, real estate and all, without security, on a credit of six years—that the widow s, in du<- time, be severally installed at "the administratrix," and we their legal advisors. As fast as the a^ets come Into our hands, "my learned Brother," otherwise called "Brother Funk,” will wind to the right and left among the creditors, with the sinosity of a snake, and with the scissors or-Delilah, slip away 80 Crcenl of their respective claims, or in other words must lie "like the devil,” "pull thk wool" over their eyes, and get all the claims assigned to himself for 20 per cent. i>. T. CHA8E. N. B. No one need apply whose qualification* aro not up to the chalk, and who cannot produce u piece of composition equal to the following: ‘Tobti.abd. July 2,18(51. "Mi. D. T. Chase—Mr - Mr. W. T. Killiorn "holds a note for about gl3"0 against D. Libby and "endorsed by Lewis Libby, which is unpaid. Ho "instructs us to oommencc suit ag&iurt you under "Chap. 113, Sec. 47 of Revised Statutes, to recover "double the amount of the property fraudulently "conveyed to you by said L. Libby. If you dcidri "to settle the matter, you o-an do so immediately, "without further coats, otherwise wc shall institute "legal proceedings. Yours, Ac., "How ard k 8trout." Hots—See. 47 of 118 Chapter of Revised Statutes, wMl constitute one qf the chi'f spokes in the wheel of Puna k Co. d*o8 TuThA Stf Dlrifo InsnrMiice Company. THE undersigned, * majority of the persons named in the first section of an Act entitled " An Act to incorporate the Dirigo Insurance Co.," approved April 4.1866, hereby give notice that they have opened Books for subscription to the Capital Stock, of said Company, at the Office of the tort land Mutual Fire Insurance Company, or at the Merchants’Exchange Room. JOSEPH HOWARD. EBEN STEELE. A. K.SttL'RlXEFP. * J. B. CARROLL. WSl CUAkK. EZRA CARTER JB. C. BROOKS. D. W. CLARK W. W. THOMAS. Portland. M»rch 22,1x64. mebfit dA wSw jaiuls kuihunu & tu. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 13 LIBERTY SQI'ARE, . . BOSTON Are prepared to order at favorable rates, COLT HE88 and GLENGAKNOCK PIG IRON, Also, BAR, SHEET, $ BOILER PLATE IRON, of English and Scotch Manufacture. We ihalleontinue to receive, in addition to our American Brick, a regular supply of ENGLISH, SCOTCH, & WELCH FIRE BHICK mcbll eodGiu N O T I C K. MB. SJMM0N8, who has had twenty-five rears txptrience in the Malden Dye He use, and comes highly recommended by the Barretts, wtU take charge of the Pyeing department at the PORTLAND DYE HOUSE, corner of Preble and Portland Streets. 0’”’Office, No 07 Exchange street, febfi eod2m* A. FOSTER, Propri|tro. lORTICILTIK A I. ALL OHDKRS FOIi TUB, 8IIIBS.I1M6I8 l MBTIClLflBAL TOk, such as laving out of grounds, building graperies, tarnishing vines. Ac., &c., can be left at the TEA STORE, 13ft MIDDLE STREET WM. S. WARP, Elmwood Nursery. mcb21 ©od&w* Contagious Diseases. Chapter 14th, .Sections 80 and 82, of the Kevisod Statutes: 8*ot. 30 When any disease dangerous to tbo public bcalth exists in a town, the municipal officers shall two all possible care to prevent its spread nnd to give public notice of infected place- to traveller-, Sr displaying red flags at proper distances, and by lo’ber m- »n« most effectual, in their Judgment, for the common safety. Sbot.82. When & householder or physician knows that a person under his ca*-e is taken sick oi any such dis* ase, he shall immediately give notice the:c of to the municipal officers of the town where such Crson is, and it ho neglects it he shall forfeit not us than ten, nor more than thirty dollars. The above law will be strictly enforced JOHN 8 HFALD, febl2imayl City Marshal and Health Officer, itoliee. A meeting of the stockholders of the Island Pond Copper Mining Company will be he d at / aland Fond, Vermont, a the office of J. w. Davi«, *-sq., on Friday, the 16th day of April. 1864, at 10 o’clock A. M.. for the purpose of altering By-Laws, and considering a proposition for the sale of the proper ty of the Company preparatory to some new organ ization for working the mine, and doing any other legal basin* bn. N. O. CRAM, pohffl o*w2w President FOE SALE & TO LET. Desirable farm for bale. TBE subscriber offers for sale a very valuable real estate, situated in tbe pleasant village of Free ! port, containing about 28 acres ol good land, with a i two-story dwelling house, out-buiidingp, n:able and barn, all in good repair. Tbe above was the home I stead of tbe late J. W. Mitchell. It has a front en , the country road from Portland to Brunswick, ol about 60 rods, with rear line on Portland f rvenne j floe Railroad. tbe buildings are finely located, and afford a de I light!ui prospect of scenery. Ills within five min | utes walk from station of said railroad, village ! stores, meeting-house?, schools, &c. It has a large ; i old orchard, containing varieties of apples, pear?, i i &c. Also abundance «of garden fruits. Cuts about i i ten tons-of bay >early, is finely watered by an I ever living brook spring*, &c. Hasp fine row oj 1 old t'hauo elm tree? on the county road; and, to gether, embraces euch perior advantages for the ! j urehMcr, that those, wishing to buy are invited to ; ; ‘‘all and examine lor themselves. Will exchange lor good city or vessel property. Apply to J a. MI iCHKUl., on the prrmee*, or W. W. HARRIS, 146 Commercial Btrcet, Portland. , Freepoat, March 16,1:04. me hi 8 eodlm I hiiii Tor Sale, SITUATED at Blandish Corner, on which is a story aud a hall House, with suitable out-build ings, in good repair, it contains 28 acre: ot land aud a lair orchard: i- within one hour’s ride ol the York * Cumberland Railroad, aud commands r fine view of Portland and the White Mountains. I in the immediate neighborhood aro three churches : and the best of schools. The place is every wav a desirable location lor health and comlort. Th^ i building? will be sold, it desired, with one or two | acrec of laud ; and one-hall of the purchase money I may remain on mortgage for a term ol year?. A plan of the premises can bo seen by calling on E. U. ! BLAKE, Esq.. at Gorham Corner and at the store | of Messrs. Phi ib rick & Emery, at B tan dish Corner. I Possession given immediately, i Standisb, March 12. 1864. eod8w* FOR 9UUB. A PLEASANT Country Seat, at New Gloucester. Lower Corner. The stand formerly occupied 1 by F. lerton, as a Home School, is oftrsd for sale. The house axil ell, both two story, the latter new, . contain titeen finished rooms, a good cellar, and an abundance of pure, -oft water, wood house am] -ta ble connected. The place is adorned with anadtand , orxamcutai trees and shrubbery, c mmands a beau tiful prospect, is situated in & good community, and \ is but an hours ridetrom Portland on the Grand ! lrunk Railroad. A largo Mittal 1 It, well stocked with young anu thrifty fruit trees in full bearing, (24 apple tree?.] Fr ee 81700*. For further information apply to f. Yeaton, Frye 1 burg Me., Seth Haskell, near the premises, or ALBION KEli II. 180 Middle Street. feb26 8t»wtf Portland. A Desirable Farm for Pleasantly situated in Westbrook, Cp-'V six mile- from Portland,near Pride's on the roau leading from Falmouth to Saucaraipa- contain 1 i __ _£irg one hundred acres, suitably di 1 vided into lillage. pasture and woodland. Aplenty ; of young orcharding apple and pear trees just com*. ; into hearing, of the best varieties. The soil is most ly clay loam, well watered by a ne*or-Jailing brook i running through the farm. A new two story brick i House, with a good collar, barn and other out-build ings, and an abundant supply of excellent water. \ Term? easy. For further information inquire of 1 the subscriber on the premises. ABIJAH HAWKE8, mch26 dfcw2w# Stevens Plains Post Office. r wr !9nir« 1 hi: Hotel kno.cn as the u Union House " IHarpswell, Great Island, very finely situa ted for a Bummer Resort The hoose is nearly uev, has twenty-two room-, a large hall, piazza above and below, and is in good repair. Connected with the house Isa good stable. This ! property will bo sold low. Apply to Robert WVson on the premises, or to Dana *■ Co.. Commercial Street, Portland. mehl6 ood3w* Farm lor Salt*. IN Capo Elizabeth, 2$ miles from Portland Bridge, about 100 acres of well p oportioned mowing tiila.e Pasture. w*'*>d and t ruber. About 6J0 cords | bard and ho t wood. Cuts 40 tons Lay, Barn most now, 38 by 00, Lumber tor Ij Story house—on the direct road to Portland, extending ,*50 rod? back, well located to cue into ton acre lots, and will be if requested. Fence* tnomf wall mostly new. Price i S76 per acre, 25 per cent ca?b : balance can remain a ■ number of years secured by mortgage. For par : tieo&ars enquire of SCoTT DYER. mchSO d4oi For Sale or to Lei. A PIN E Country Beat on Back C ove road, front ing the City hiwi about two raises therefrom. , with Garden and Orchard,sixteen acres of land, a j large Brick House with twelve finished room , a large 1 llarn aua « hai-e House. • iaaa desir able a location for a genteel residence, or a public house a« is to be found wilt in tnc vicinity oi Port j land. It will be Fold low on a long tern of credit I for the greater pan of the purchase, or leased for a ! term of years. M _».*>E8 GOUJLI), 74 Middle St. racial? 6w For Male* The three -lory dwelling-house No.22 Br* wn “Street, containing thirteen modern finished room in tuding Bath room, Rang' . Furnace Gas Fixt >!•••*, with plenty < f closet room, i Terms easy. Unless previously disposed of at private sale, it • will be eold at auction on the-7th day of April next. J T. SMITH. Inquire of J. K. FERNALD, or GEORGE WAT • EK HOUSE. inch21 dtoaplXT For Sales A SQUARE block of land, of about 78000 acres -A.V of W'ood land, on th'* south side of th«* river St. J.awraucc, in Canada Bust It is interceded by two considcrab.e rivers with eligible Mill lit*. Well wooded witn every description of timber, such as nine and spruce in large quantities, and maple, berch, beech, tamarac and bass wo*d toanv amount. Enquire of H. T. MACH IN, Portland. Portland, Feb. 18*4. feb*35fcodtf House for Sal.-. 4 throe -ton* dwelling home with brick barement, A situated on toe coi ner of Monument and 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 J mu ranee Company, 102 Middle Street, or to N. F. PEERING. mc*hir» dtf No. 3 Exchange St. For 8alf or to Let, CLIFF COTTA.GE, containing over 20 rooms,large stable and sheds—situated two and one-half miles from Portland, and the finest situation in Cape Elizabeth for a wa _ taring plaoe, and summrr boarders. * or particulars enquire or GEO. OWEN, ap7 dtf 31 Winter 8treet. Portland. R<*nl Estate for Rale. FilU)' three Story Brick House and Lot, No. M X Cumberland St. The house contain* twelve w* !1 linielmd rooms. Bathing room, hot aud cold water, Furnace, Gass and all other convenience* of ! a first class house. Good btanle. Enquire of SOUTHARD 4 WOODBl RY, mch22<ltf 79 Commercial Street. For Male. A ONR and a half story House, brick basement, iX. ou Washington street, now occupied by Mrs. Sarah 3Io.se, lot 30 by lui feet. 1 or particulars, enquire of Olivku Gr.aaisu, Chaui.ua Fofcgn or i JOHN Pl'RINGTON, No. 1W1 Fore St. ; mch28 4w $1,800! A email d veiling house, with land sufficient for a iX good garde*l, located in the upper part of the city, will be sold for the above amount. Apply to prem iss loking. Portland, March 7. dtf Daily Press office. k lioom lo Lei. A spacious ami desirable Sales Boom to let on the second floor in the now EVANS BUILDING, on Middle St., il applied for immediately. W A It KEN HPAKltOW, rueh5 dtf No. 7i Middle St., cor. Lxchange. To Let. f I1UE rooms over the store oi the vubscriber,corner i X oi Fore and Exchange streets, now occupied by i Stephen Berry as a printing office. Possession gh en * let of January. Apply to I dec29 dtf BEN J. FOGG. To LeL STOKE now occupied by ua. Possf'sJon given immediately. ' Alec, a Front Office in Hanlon Block, j JanS dtf U. J. LIBBEY 4 CO. For Sale at a Bargain. \ONE and half Story House, ou Layfayettegt., Lot 44 bv 93. F r particu ars enquire of DR AKE & DAA IS, I mchl* lined 880 Congress Street. STOKE TO LET. ! IllHE very eli/:ble Store now occupied by Mr. E. j i E. Little, undo Mechanics Hall. is to be leased i for a term ot three or five year*. Enquire of fl»b36 iseodtf G. L. BAILEY, 42 Exchange, St. To Let. OFFICE in second story of store No. IF* Middle street, over store occupied bv Samuel Bolfe. Enquire of SAMUEL HANSOM. feblS oodtf To be Lt'l. STOKES Nos. 129 and 135 Commercial Street. Possesion given immediately. For terms ap ! at No. 4*J Park Street. mch21 dim DiriKo lik«.iiraitP4k Company. j f|lU E undersigned being five of the persons named j X in the Act of Incorporation of the Dirigo lu I surance Company, hereby notify a meeting of said ! Corporation at th« Rooms of the Board of Trade on Thursday, April 7th. at 4 o'clock. P. M., to decide upon the acccp*ance of the Act of Incorporation and fur the purpose of organizing the said Company! A. K. SHURTLEFF. KBEN STEEL, JOSEPH H«»WARD. D W. CLARK. WM CHASE. The subscribers to the Stoa4 of said Company, are requested to meet at the same time and place. » Portland. March 28. raoh28 dtd J di-EIL-L'i— RAILROADS. j York * Cumberland Kail road. WINTER ARRANGEMENTS. rwiwwn On and alter Mondav, Mar<»h 14,1864, j§MP«3M| Tralr.s will leave »' follows: A. M. P. M. P. M. Portland tor Saco River, at 8.00 LftO 6.80 Morrill’s do 8.11 2.06 6.4* Cumberland Mills, do 8.18 2.18 6.49 Saccaraprn, do S.28 2.20 6.64 Gorham, do 8.86 2.86 8.06 Buxton Centre, do 6.62 2.66 8.22 Arrive at do 9.00 3.06 6.80 a. v. A. *. P. M. Saco River for Portland, at 6.0 9.30 3.80 Bnxton Centre, do 6.12 9.40 8.3S Gorham. do 0.46 10.00 3 66 Sacoarappa, do 7.00 Id. 16 4.07 Cumberland Mills, do 7.08 10.22 4.11 Morrill’s, do 7.16 10.80 4.18 Arrive at do 7.80 10.46 4.80 The 1.60 P. M. train out and the 6.01* A M. train into Portland w ill be Freight Train*, with Passenger Cars attached. Fares 6 cents less when tickets arc purchased at the office than when paid in the cars, Oct. 22.1868. dtf DAN CARPENTER, Sup't. TV AIIV k; uevtral railroad. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. jmHD Trains leave Portland, Grand Trunk Lewiston and Auburn, at 7.40 a . m. . For Bangor and intermediate stations at 1.10 r.M. RETURNING—leave Lewiston at 6.2) A. and arrive in Portland at 8.80 a. m. Leave Bangor at 7.26 a. m.. ami arrive In Portland at 2 00 p. m. Both these trains conn net at Portland with trains tor Boston. Freight train leaves Portland at 8 A. snd re* turning is due in Portland nt 1 r. m. 8tagfM connect with trains at principal stations, daily for most of the towns North and Kart of this line. C. M. MOR8K,8up’t. Waterville, November, 1868. deoil PORTLAND AIDIENNEBIH R.R. Portland to ^kowhogan. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Oomineufing Nov. 9, iee>. ^mUE Paeaeager Train, will leave daily, Se^59H (Sun.lay, excepted) a. follows: Leave Portland for Rath, Augusta and Pkowhegan atlOMP.M. Leave Skowh.gan for Augusta, Bath. Portland, Boston and Lowell at 886 A. M. Freight Trains, Portland and Skowbegan dally. B. H. CUSHM AN, bupeiIntend.at. Angaria, Nov.,IMS. j&nl tf ORA NO THUNK RAIUNVAY Of Canada. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. DUMB On and attar Monday, Nov. i, 1863, train, will run daily, (Sandaya exc pt ed until further notice, a. follow.: Up Train.. Leave Portland for South Pari, at 7.El A. a For Island Pond at 1.10 r. w. Down Train*. Leave Island Pond for Portland, at 6 a. v. Leave South Paris for Portland at 5.46 a. h. The Company are not responsible lor baggage to any amount exceeding *60 in value, and that per sonal, unless notice is given, and paid for at the rate of one pae^enger ibr every 8500 additional valne. C. J. Bin DGES, Managing Director. H. BAILEY, boperintendent. Nov. 4, 1&63. sov6 PORTLAND, SAC O A PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. WINTER ARRANGEMENTS, Commencing Nov. 2d, 18C3. Passenger Trains will leave the Sta VHEIHI Bon, Cana! street, daily, (Sundays ex oepted ae lotlowe: Leave Portland for Bo#to», at 8.45 a. m. and 3.30 V. M. Leave Bouton for Portland at 7.80 a. m. and 3 30 r. m. Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.0 • a. m. and 6.00 r. m . These trains will take and leave paifongemat wav stations. Freight trains leave Portland and Boston daily. FRANCIS Cfl ASF. Superintendent. Portland, Oct. 30,18»>3. oc31 edtf STEAMBOATS. International Steamship Company. Eastport, Calais A St John. TWO TMIP8PCK WEEK. On and after Monday, March 28, the superior sea-going Meamer NEW BRUNSWICK, Cant. 17. B. ■- Winchester, will leave Railroad Wnan, toot of 8tate Street, every Monday at 6 I o’clock 1\ M . ao i the Steamer NEW ENGLAND, ! Capt. E. Field, every Thuraday at 6 o'clock 1*. M., for iMtport aud bt. John^N.' Ii , connecting at&t John with steamer Emperor ior Digty, Windsor and U&lilkx, aud with the IS. A N. A. Railroad ior 8he | diac and all wav stations. Returning, wi 1 leave St. John even Mondav and Thursday a 8 o'clock A. M., for Lastport, Portland and Bo?ton. Stare coaches connect with steamer at j Lastport for M«ch!as. Freight lor Calais will be forwarded bv sailing ves sel* for the presr-ut. Ih ongli tickets procured of the Agents and Clerk on board Steamers. Freight received till 1 o'clock P. M., Monday* and Ihitrsdavh. mchl'ldtf C. EATON, Agent. Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. CABKY1KG THE CANAblAK 4 V.8.MAILS. Passengers Booked to Londonderry. Glasgow and Liverpool. MtTl'ay TICKETS GRASTPO ATRRIiUCMD P.A VPS. _ .g. The itoam?hip North American,Capt. •SftSatam w, ile will Mil lrorn ltd, port (or Livei •Vw. 7T- rriynool on 8ATLB1>AY', April 2d, iin m"W«g3l'"<'diately alter tlio arrival of tlio Train oi the previous day 1'roin Montreal. Passage to LonTonderry, Glasgow and Liverpool —< abin i according to accommodation 86'' to $t'"; Steerage, 880. Payable in gold or it. equivalent. For Freight or Passage applv to H. 4 A. ALLAN’, 80.5 Grand Trank Bkiiroad Pa.- , n*-: Depot To be succeeded by the steamship Hibernian on the 18tbof April. Porlland and Boston Line. * - - ■ a A J 1.1 A»l 1 IJ Forett City, Lewuton and Montreal iffB* Will, until further notice, ran a * toiiowa: Leave Atlantic Wharf, Portland, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, at 7o clock P. M , and India Whart, Bostost, etrery Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday and Friday, at ,*» o'clock I*. M. T ara in Cabin.FI .BO " on Deck... l.Je Freight taken as usual. The Company are not responsible for baggage te any amount exceeding Fd" in value, aLd that peryou al,.uulea« notice ia git an and paid ibr at the rate oi one passenger for every FB'" additional value. Feb.IS, lMiB. dtf L. BYLLINob, Agent. Portland and Tew Vork SfenntrrA 8EMI-WE KKL V L. IN K. m _ The splendid and fast Steamships . ^afc^OUUfiT POINT." Capt.. WiiLair, e^T^^^VPand "POTOMAC," Captain smsk ■HfcMUHSBl wood, wid.uutii further uotioe. run as follows: Leave Browns Wharf, Portland,every WF.DNF.fl UA Y, and SAIL llbTt, at 4 P. M., arnd leave Pier • North Kiver, New York, every WEDNESDAY an«T SATURDAY , at S o'clock, P.'M. Those vessels are fitted up w itb C ns seen mm odatleu ■ for passengera. making title the most speeds, safe snd oomrortable route for Aravvi'ers between New York and Maine. Passage F7,0b, including F ate and Stats Rooms. floods forwarded by this line to and from Montreal, Suebeo, Bangor, Bath Augusta, Exit port and Bt. ohu. Shippers are requested to send their freight to the steamers geearly as c P. M., on the dar that than leave Portland. r For freight or pessage apply to EMERY A FOX, Brown's Wharf, Portland. H. B CROMWKLL A CO., No. WWestStreet, New York. l>eo.«, 1813. dtf Dissolution. fiYHFI copartnershit> heretofore existing UDder the A firm style of PHINNEY A CO., ie this day dis solved by mutual consent. "Th< affair? of be lato coneoru will bo sittledat F. A. Howard's, under Lancaster Hall, bv H . M. Phinncy " liar ing this day sold t. binert A Co. out stock in trade, we would cordially recommend tlUFi to our friends and former patrons as worthy their patron age and confidence. PHIS NET A CO. Copartnership. flYHE undersigned have this dav formed a copart M. norehip under the firmslylo of STUART A CO.. and will eoutinue the Stove and F urnace business n all branches at the old stand, No. 171 Middle street. CHARLES H. STUART, jamildtf D. H. STEVENS. MNN & PALMER, (srcoE *orb to x. e. pabkeb,; WHOLESALE MILLINERY, 144 imddv.e street. t>. M. c. OCXS JOBS B. PALMER. March 1,1SRU moh7 sod4w* --.U-!-1... re medical. w-.- ___..v . _ A T W 0 0 D S A TWOOD'S QUININE TONIC BITTERS QUININE TONIC BITTERS la the best Aromatic TONIC AND STOMAOHI* V*'er brought before the.pv hlir —IT WILL Improve the Appetite, Facilitate Digestion, 4Jive tone to the NervousHy^tem. Vigor to every Organ of the Body. TIitrcby imparting Health end strength There is no remedy »o good in LANQUOR ANI) DEBILITY, whether general, or following acute dises*\ Con y*le«c*nt* from sickness will find it a mo4 exod ient restored- * and agreeable exhileraru. NO SOLDIER SHOULD BE IN THE FIELD WITHOUT IT. WHAT IS SAID OF IT: The report of the Sanitary Commission says ; ** It is wire and prudent where atrur* and ft vers are prevalent, that ev*vy man should take a dose of vptmine Bittern e» )ea«t once In twenty-ionr hour*. This will surely serve as a safeguard against disease. It has ne**u practiced In Florida and ♦iff* where with undoubted hen on t." Mifl® Dix, tp" the Hospital Depart ment H ‘ithtngton, writer. “I would again, at this period, eav that your Quinine Tonic is used, and that several Surgeon* Of K- iriments much approve of it." Capt. YValtkes. Sampson, of the t . s. Army, eays: ,4Thc Bitters did an immense amount of good among the men under iav command : ae, lor instance, a number of sore throat, oi diarrhta,, of dvsentarv and chills and fever, were cured by it.” Surgeon Vnn. Wm. J. Dale says: ** I It an invaluable remedr in various forme of debility,” He. Solti by all Drusasiota, AND CHAS. H. ATWOOD. 10 Central Street. Ronton. PROPRIETOR. feblfi eod 3m Female STRENGTHENING COIAL. Thi* Medicine i* of long tried efficacy for correct ing all disorders incidental to the feminine sex. That the afflicted may fee) assured that ibis Cordial U truly valuable and worthy their confidence,- not one of those secret compounds purposed to destroy healthy action, I add a lew testimonials liom phjs icians w hom all, lavoringthe Electric and Reformed Practice oi Medicine, respect. DK- WILLARD C. GEORGE, formerly Professor in the Worcester Medical College, and President of the Electric Medical Society, Maas., speaks 01 it in the following terms: “I have u-*>d the Female Strengthevimj Cordial similar to that preparation by DR. ijko. W RWMTT.KW nano er Sir t, and I regard it is one of tbe best Medicines for Female complaints that can be found.” Dll. J. KING, Author of” Woman: Her Dis eases and tli ir Treatment,” says: “This Medicine appears to exert a specific influ ence on the Uterus, it is a valuable agent iual> de rangement* of the Female E< prooucuve Organs.’ Dll. SMITH, resident of the New \ork Asso ciation of Botanic Physicians, says : •• No Femal'. if in delicate health, ahoud omit the timely use of this valuable Cordial. I owe much of my succecs in midwifery to the ii?e of this Medi cine.” MOrnRES ANI> MARRIED LADIES* The following from Dr. FAY is worthy your no tice : ” As a general remmiy for Female Complaint# ihis ‘ Cordial' is a very \ aluable one, but by tUo Profes sion it is esteemed more highly for i»s good result during Confinement in relieving the great fullering attendant upon chiidbiith. I acknowiedao with Dr. Smith that much of my success in midwifery Is duo to the use of this medicine. It strengthens both mother and child. In caches*?* I follow the di rections of Prof. King, by allowing mv patients to use it a few weeks previous to comin-'went, as by the energy it imparts to the uterine nervous system the labor wid be very much facilitated, and remove* th" scraps which many Itmaics are liable to. No woman, if she knew tfic great value of this Strength ening cordial would tail to use it.” I haw received numerous testimonials from diff erent parts of th'' country v here u-ed. knowing the good it is capable of doing, I w U warrant every bottle of my 4* Cordial" to be satisfactory in its re sult.*. The following symptoms indicate those aflections in which the FernUe *itr*ngth*ninq Corei l ban proved invaluable. Indisposition to Exertion, Wakefulness, I’m-asi ncs*, Depression of Spirit*, Trembling, Lo** of Power, Pain in the Back, Alterant" Chilis, and Flushing of Heart, Dragging Sensation at the Lowe,* Part of the Body, Headache, Languor. Ach ing Along thi thighs, Intolerance ol Light and Sound, Pale Countenance, Derangt-in^ni of ho Stomach and Bowel.-, Difficult Breathing. Hysteria, Ac., fcc. It is a specific remedy in all Uterine Disease.-, Chlorosis of Green aicuneM, irregularity, Painful ness, Profuso or Suppression of c u.*tornarv Dis charge*, Leuoorrhwa or Whites, Soinhu* r Ulcer ate Stafo ol the Uterus, Sterility, Be. No better Tonic can possibly Ve put up than this, and none less likely to do harm, and it i* composed wholly of vegetable agent.-, and such us we have known to be valuable, and have used for many year*. PRICK, One Dollar Per Bottle. Sold by DruggfrU general!' . He sure and got that pr* i-ared at the New England B »ulc Depot. )u6 Hanovei t. Bo»toi GEO. W.8WET1,31. D.,Proprietor. H. If* II A V, Agent, Portland mchfleodfim IMPORTANT NOTICE. Great Fire in West Meriden. Ct. VALENTINE & BUTLER’S Alum I'lre Proof Hal« TRIUMPHANT . AT the great Are i»' w.,8t Meriden, Conn., on tho Sib inst.. Messrs. Valentine 4. Butler- Alviu Patent t ire and Burglar Proof 8»fe was -ubjecod to one of tho atost sc » * re test* on record. The eafe was -u bjeetvd to a r d hot Kext for nearly .fourteen hours, and delivered nj* its oontentsin perfect dru'r, saving marly THfRVT THO ('RAS'D J)Of LARS worth ol uruporty to the owners. The content* •>/ two other Safes, of other uiak- r», and -lauding wit*. in fUREK FF.F.T of taw Alum Patent, wore » ntiul LY l>B»TBOYED. Samples of the money and paper-taken fr< t* tho Safe? <fV*-troved, also those takoii from the. Aluia Patent, have bceu forwarded by mail, »ud mn b* seen at the Hard war* tort of 1J. W arren Lin \ A Co., on Lime Street. Valentine A Butler, .Cum Patent Fire, and Bur glar Provf .'Safe- have been tc ted in ovc. TWO til NUKKL) accidental fir*- within tho last thirteen year-, and iu ho in-taoce have they rvia ialte<i to preserve thwircontent* from the attacks of either Hr*' or burglar. Parties in u- ed of a relia’>Vi Fire and Burglar Proof Security, will do well to give this matter a careful investigation before purchasing. Messrs. Thomson Ac to., f New Baton, Conn are the Agent* for lli* sale of the* Sr/ea in the Now Lnglaud States and refer by permit* don to ;he fol lowing parties in Portland who haro recently nur ohiibtd tin* Aium Patent of them: Portland Gas Light Co.; C. t ‘Mitchell A Son; P. ft • . A 11. It. Co.-, Cleveland A O-good; (i&uiol Winslow k Son; Hulas E. Y/^od, n*| ; Hobb-. Chase & Co.; k Clark. M. ’,> ; Jowiah Burleigh, L»\j.; W . \V. Hilton, Esq.; *4. M. payaon, Eimj. ; A. r. lork, Ktq ; aud many >thei». Certiticates giving filter particulars In relation to the late lire, willbe published In a few days, inch 15 dim* r * Co. TH}2B E S T! ~ m HE Phonograph (jRiiarieH, No. V> MI4.Ho «tr. t, Portland, having I x»en thoroughly refitted and supplied with all the latent improvements, are now °w?»n fbr the accommodation of the public. The proprietor is prepared to nttpply tils former OUHtomor* and all who may give him n cal!, with pic tures of every description, executed in the beet inau ntJtjiud at reasonable pricoc-. Particular attention glren to oopylug. A. 8. DAVIS, Proprietor. Portland, July 30.1868- dtf JOH!\| 1\ AItD£KSO!V, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, OFFICE, COOttAN BLOCK, inch IT d&wtf Trkflk 8trket. "Hrlmbold', Extract Boohp.”—Tonic, Diu retic, Bloo.i-l'urirj'iuK and Inviyoratine. Enfeebled tnd delicate per,on, of both sexes use it. Sold by W. V FHILIJP3, Dracid’t. |M>3 eodfcwllv _MEDICAL._ Lyon's Periodical Drops! TME GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon's Periodical Drops! A RW WETTER THAN ALL Fills* Powder*& Qnack Prf»par«tiout. i Lyons Periodical Drops!1 -ABW Sure to do Ooodand cannot do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! j The (.resit Femsilc Kemedy LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! | ARK HETTT’R THAN' AM, Pm.8,POWDF.Ita ( QC»< K PRPPARATIOSP LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS.! ARE SURE TO PO OOOP ANP CANNOT PO FHRM . l.yon’M Periodical Drop* THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. % l.yon’* Periodical Drop* AP.F RFTTFR TH. < V A11. PIU S, POWDFRS A\D QUACK HKDWIKF.S. l.yon'* Periodical Drop* Are Snre to do Good ?md mirmot do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Cirent Female Remedy. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS ARK BKTTKR THAH A LX. Pills. Pow.iera and Quack Preparations. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS BURK TO DO GOOD AMI CANNOT DO BAHM Lyon’s Periodical llrops THE BBEAT FEMALE BEHEST Icon’s Periodical Props Are better than all Pill*, Powder*, | And ftnaek Preparations. Lyon’s Periodical Props, -AR* Sure to do Good and cannot do Harm.. Price, |14*r Bottle. For nsJe by a!! Drui|rl.«tA. At wbo'.e**!* bj \V. F Phillip*, H. H. Hay k Co.. Portland. Ug32 oodly ► l>B. J. B. HUGHES •JA* 3* rOCK!> AT HI* PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, No. * Temple Street, WHI RE he can !*e consulted privately, and with the utmost confidence bv the afflicted, at all ' Lours daily, rirom a. m. to 9 p. u. Dr. II. addre—<* those who are suffering under the affliction of private disease, whether arising from Impure correction or theterrthlo vice of se!f-abu»**\ Devoting his entire time to that particular branch of the medical profession, he finds warranted In Grxn AitT«Misio a Ccr.K ix all Caakp, whether of k-ng "tandiog or recently contracted, entirely removing the dregs of disease from the system, and making a perfect and PERMANENT CURE. Hr wuuid call the attention of the afflicted to tho j fact of his long standing and well earned reputation, furnishing sufficient asmranc? of hi- -kill and »uc I W'M. CAUTION TO THF, PUBLIC. Every intelligent rm«i, thinking person must know that icmodiee handed out from general use should ♦ have their efficacy established by well-tested expe I rienoe in the hands of a regularly educated pbyei I oian, whose preparatory study fit* him for all tho j 4uti<* hr mu it fulfill; yet the country is flooded with j poor rostrum? and cure-all?, purporting to be tho ■ ben in ibe world, which are not only nwle s, hut al ; ways injurious The uafortunate should hepartic FLAR in -electing hi* physician, as if i- a lamentable . vet iueontrovertahle tact that many syphilitic pa ; tients ar * made miserable with ruined constitutions ' by nialtr*aum nt from inexperienced physician- in : general practice; for it is a point generally conceded IDy the best ;yohllographer-, thatth jtudy and man agement of tWe complaint* should engross the i whole time of tho** who would be competent and successful in their treatment and cure. The inex perienced gfuural practitioner, having neither op portunity uor time to mak** himself acquainted with I their pathology, commonly pnsrues one system of treatment, in most cases making au indiscriminate ust of that antiquated and dangerous weapon. Mar co ry. HAVE CONFIDENCE. All who have committed an < of any kind,* whether it L< th»- litary vice of youth. **r the *ting ing rihuk*. of iuirplaciit confidence In mat urery tars, SEF A' FOR AX AX T MOTE IX SEAM OX, > The Pains and Acho, and Latitude and Nervous Frustration that may follow impure Coition, are the Barometer to the whole *y*t**iu. | Do not wait for the <un-<umiu»tion that is sure to fol low, do ueR wait for Unsightly Ulcer?, for Disabled Limbs, for Loss of Beauty ■ aud Complexion. 1 HON MAX r TMIOVSAXDM VAX TESTIFY TO THIS B Y UXH f FT Y KXFKJi/MXCM. Young Men troubled with eiatadons iu sleep, a i cuxuniaim generally tho result of a bad habit In I youth, treated scieutiflcall) , and a portlet ouro n ar d or n< chaige mad Hardly u day pa?se* but we arc consulted by one* j onlbreyoung meu with th> abov»? dWa.-o, som* of | whom ar»- a.? weak am! emaciated as though they , had tin coDi*umption, And by their friend* ouppoeod | toha\elt. All such e yield to tb> proper aud i only correct course of treatment, and in a *»hort tiroo ' are made to rejoice in perfect health i — MIDDLE AGED MI N. There are many men at t?** ago of 40 or 5o wtioaro ! troubled with too iVt-quetit evacuations from tho • Madder, ofteu aoompanmd by a slight muarting or j burning sensation, and weakening the system In a ■ 1 iuing urinary deprelts a ropy sediment will often bo touml, and sometimes small particles of semen or ! albumen will appear, or th* color will be of e Thin | milkish hue, again changing to a dark and turbid : appearance. There arc taauy men who die of :ni# i difficulty, ignorant of tho cause, which is the ! 8ECOX1) STAGE OF SEMINAL WEAKNESS, 1 can warrant a perfect cure in such ease*. nud a fell and healthy restoration of the urinary organ-. Persons who cannot personally con-ult the Dr., can do so by writing in a plain manm r a description of their di^ea*e, ana tho appropriate remedies will be forwarded immediately. tj _ , _ All correspondence strictly confidential and will be returned if desired. Address, DK. J. B. HUGHES, No. 6 iVinplt St., f corner of Middle1 Portland. J nysend Stamp tor circular. Kclectir Wedical luflrniary. TO THE LADIES. DU. HUGHES particularly invitee all Ladle* who need u medical adviser, to call at his room*, No. 6 Temple Street, which they will find arranged for their especial accommodation. Dr. H.’aEclecticKenovatiugMedicin«sareQcriv&l i led in efficacy and -superior virtue in regulating all Female Irregularities. Their action is specific and [ certain of producing relief iu a short time. .u ADIES will findit invaluable in tall canes of ob ; structions after all other remedies have been tried in i vain. It is purely vegetable, containing nothing in the least injurious to tne health, and may betaken with perfect safety at all time4, Sent to any part of the coantrv with fall direction* ! hy addressing DR. HUGHES. No. i Temple Street, corner of Middle, Port!an 4. | N LADIES desiring icay consult one of their own sex. A lady of experience in oonstant attend* ! ance. janldAwly 1 MEDICAL. f.owl "Jew* lor the t'nforton<U« THR LORO BOCOHT ROB DISCOVERS D AT LAST. Cherokee Ftemeciy -AltD— CHRROKEF. INJECTION. COMPOrWDEP FROM BOOTS, BABBS ASD 1.MA TBS j CHEROKEE REMEDY, the great ndian Diu* etio, cures all di ease* of the Urinary i. eraa*, .’uch as Incontibonro of the Urine, Iutfamahon of the I iKidnnys, Stono in ti* Bladder. BirWore, Gravel, ! Gleet, Gonorrhea, and is especially recommended in ! those case? of Fluor Albrir, (or Whites in Females) j whore all the oldfiau^eous medicines have failed. It is prepared in a highly concentrated form, the dose only being Prom onr to two teaspoonfuls three ! timn* per day. It is diuretic and alterative in ite action; purifying and cleansing the blood, causing it to flow in ail its original purity and vigor; thus removing from the system all pernicious cause* which hart induced dis ease. 1 HEROKER INJECTION it* intended as an ally or assistant to the CHEROKEE REMEDY, and should be ni»»d in conjunction with that m^icine in all caaetof (kmorrhea, Wert, I<\vor J lime or Whites. Its effects are healing, soothing and demulcent; re moving all scalding, beat, cboadee- and pain, instead of the burning and almost unendurabl- pain »hat is experienced with nearly all the rheap quack injec tions. By the use of the CHEROKEE RE MED Y and CHEROKEE INJECTION—the two iqi dicioes at the came time—all improper discharge* are removed* and the weakened organ-* are “pe^lily restor'd to full vigor and strength. For full particulars get onr painpMet from any drug store in the country, or write u* and wo will mail free to any address, a full treatise. Price, QHEROKEE REMEDY, fg per bottle, or three bottles for Price, CHEROKEE INJECTION. $2 per bo e or throe bottlfs for 86. bent by^xproa* to an** address on receipt of the price. bold by all druggists, everywhere. DR. W. K. MJ5RWIX Ik Co., 'Dll PROFBIETOBSi, No. 6b Liberty 81., New York. ■ ■■ ■■ — Cherokee Cure! I 1 THE GREAT i N D I AN MEDICI X F. COMPOUNDED I llOM ROOTS, BAKK* AND LEAVES. An unfailing cure for Spermatorrhea, Seminal Weakness, Nocturnal F.mDsions, ami all diseases ; caused by self polution ; such ss Loss of Memory, I Universal Latitude, Pains in tbs Back, Dimncs* of I Vision. Premature old Age, Weak Nerves, Difficulty of Breathing, Tremblin'/, Wakefulness, Eruptions j I on the Fac*', Pale Countenance, Insanity, f’onsump- I tion, and all tbe direful complaints caused by de- j • parting from the path of nature. This medicine Da simple vegetable extract, and . one on which all can rely, a* it has l^era used in our , practice for many years, and, with thon-and- treated. ! . it has not failed inasingla Instance. ID curative | » powers have been sufficient to gain victory over the most stubborn case. i To those who have trifled with their constitution until they think themselves beyond the reach of medical aid, we would say* Despair not ’ the CHER OK IF CURE will restore y ou to health and vigor, I and after all quack doctors have failed. For full particular* get a circular from any Drug store iu the country, or write the Proprietors, who j will mail free to any one ’esirimr the same a fall • treatise in pamphlet form. Price, 92 per bottle, or threo bottles for 8.V end 1 forwarded by express to ail parts of the world. /Md by all respectable druggists everywhere. PH* W. R. MERWI1S A Cs.( SOLE PROPRIETORS, fetS eoUAwly No. 59 Liberty St., New York. \ B. P. H. R. Kerry’* l^atliolooical HAIR RENOVATOR IS a standard preparation that has been thoroughly tested; its composition Is in strict accordance . with hygi-nic rnlen am'. *ci- ntifle principles—is not j tbe ephemeral production ol a day. but the result of long and patient study, experiment and research, BEING ▲ TRUE Renovator ami Restorer of Hair In a pathologies, or diseased slat*, to T JI E N ATI R A L O O L O R and condition of hoallb, by working upon the roots and papiilaeoeons fseiftions, supplying the hair wii** that nutrition > rlement in which trio blood is deficient. au<l removing the accumulated exons* of dandruff and humor, mat tug a most Drtsai*p, well and agreeably perfumed,thus afford ing a desirnhle articD of intrinsic value for the Toi i let. It will in a » L OAI»ki with the exception of *«rp j aged people, where the roots, germ* and ah»aihs ■ have all cowe away, or, by reason of age. become [ disorganized.) promote a New anil Healthy 4»row III ! Restore the grey toil* natural color; stop and pr* . rent the hair fhlling off—causing it to become nwist, S *Off It will gradually darken light and flaxeu hair ! without dyeing it or staining ih<- akin—being free j from silver ana other injurious chemicals, and truly beneficial to the hair in all its phases. THY JT. and be assured of if* superiority over all other preparation*. PREPARED ONLY BY Hi:\RY Am KLKKY, 880 1-8 Congress Street, Portland, Me. j H. H. 11 AY, junction Free and Middle street*, * QeiuTml Agent lor Main*. Ifice 91 per bottle. MP'Soldby Druggists everywhere. Berry 's Preservative and Dressing » For beautifying and preserving the hair, A SPLI YDID COYiPuI ND, , oil or alcolud, chemically combined and highlv per < famed. Price 50 cents per bottle. jen23*dly K.r Ones cnn mm* Onmm*n fllUt Y egetablv Pulmonary UaUam b the most ^ X highly approved medicine ever discovered. It *» i' ' /'i I-,*. ing had an unprecedented sab of uetirly forty yeart. It it ncomrcouded by our b* n pAyttciaue, our most emi nent citizctie, the /Vess. the Trade, in fact by ail who know it. For evrtideates, which can be given to alinoet any extent, ten wrapper* to uch bottle. The proprietors will obeer fully rvJuud the money ii not eut rely satisfactory. Price 50 cent* and If: the large bottle* much the* cheapest. It* <xir*ful tv n+t the genuine, which i* prepared ouly by BEr.D, CUT TER k CO., Wholesale Druggists, Boston Boldin Portland by dealer*generally. II. II. II AY, Druggist, ooruvr Middle and Free ! struct*. Wholesale Agent. daeS i*J8ir Hade front\eptre Ba/eams of f erment. N. H. Downs’s Vegetable Balsamic Elixir. 1 fllll (Shoneet,standard old Cocjuh Remedy, made j 1 lu Vermont, hbeen u«ed with entire suooetufor thirty-three year*. Jt is warranted a* usual for ‘ J Ouighs, Cobit, WhO“i4ng ■ -not*. Croup, Asthma, and‘it iuea.i'S of th* t hroat, ' he.it tm4 Lungt, ’ and ail di.'* .«-»e* tending to Cut* ‘umption. We have testimonials from many id‘the be*t physi cians and gentlemen of standing, among whom we > mention the Hon. Pan! Dillingham, Lieut. Gov. cl ; Vermont; JJon. Bate* Turner, late Judge of the 3u j preoif. Court of Vermont; Dr. J. B. Woodward, Brigade Bergson t'. 3. Army. JOHN F. iiE.NBY A CO., Proprietors, Successors to N U. Dow nr, Watb«*i*uy, Vt. I FF^t'rlce 25 cents, 60 cents, and #1 per bottle. H. Hay and J. W. Perkins k Co., Portland, ale..w holesale agents far Maine. novR) if&w¥ w* Physician «fc Surgeon, j Wi t COCKT STRKBT.corner of Howard, Boston Of I is consulted daily from 1 1 until *J, and from 8 to H in the evening, un all disease# of the Lrlnary | ond Genital Organ*, Scrofalon* Affections, Humor* of all kinds, 8ore*. Ulcer* and Eruption-*, Female 1 Complaints, Ac. An experience of over twentv years* ex tens! v* practice enables Dr. M. to curt ail i the moet difficult cases. M *dioin»# entirely veg» ta* j ole. Advice Frrk. Mr*. M., who is thoroughly verged in the cdHictivt ] maiadi. a of the sex, can >•<* oonsultt-d by ladies. Patient* furnLlud with board and experienced nurses. Boston, April 18,1383. eodly Copartnership. fit HE uuder-igned have this day formed a Co i partnership under the style of Colley, Burn ham A t o., and will oontinae the Furniture Bu*i- : «»**" at th* old stand,86P Congress St. J. C. COLLEY, T. W. BURNHAM. ■ W. H. COLLEY. Portland, March 1-t. 1384. moh2 d3w S aitoia lor Knlo. fUHREE Wagon* for sale. Inquire of X W. H VINTON, TcohSi dAwtf Middle Streep Portland. MEDIO AL. __ WORE TESTIMONIALS! MRS. MANCHESTER I« constant';- receiving unsolicited testimonials ot tbc aitimilking cures performed by her. Among many recently received are the following, whloh are commended to the notice of the afflloted. Mre Man chester may be consulted at •No. 11 C'lnpp’e Block, Room No. t. A CASK nr SPINAL DISK ASK CCRED Thu ia to certify that I went to see Mrs. Manches ter lest March with a daughter of mint troubled with spinal disease, tor which she had been doctored for five years, and by a number ot physicians of all kinds: and she bee had twenty-one application) ot eleotrtcity applied, tut all to no efibet; bat she oon tinue'ly grew worse. 1 same to the conclnsinn, a* the last resort, to go aad see Mrs. Manchester, and did so; and to my great surprise she told me the first anse ol ibe 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 he around the bones nil ot the time, She also rides tea or at torn wiles witboot any 'rouble or Ineonvt-nienoe and I thick in a (hurt time the will bn restored to perfect health. Biuce my daughter baa been doctoring, I have heard of a great many cases that Mre. Mancbs • ter has cared. I think if any person deserves pat ronage, it is the one whotrlee to preserve the health of the eiok and suffering; and 1 know that she uses every effort which lies ia her power to benefit bet patients. Bauch L. Knienra, GaoKoa Kstouts Anar E. Kuiobtu, Emus Amour*. Rrnviwick, Untnt. Angsts! ith, ONK nr THE URSA TEST CURES cm PECO tin Mas. XvnoHssTua—/Seer MiKttm:—Thinking a statement of my case may bn of service to other) similarly afflicted, I hasten to give it to yon. Ihis it briefiy my cose—I was taken sink about IB months ago with the Liver Complaint in a very bad forui. I applied to four different physicians, bat rn noived no benefit until I called on yon. At that time I had given np business, and was ia a very bad statu, but utter taking year medicine fbr n short time 1 be gan to recover, and in two months I was entirely well, and hed gained several pounds offieeh, and can truly say that by yonr skill I am a perfectly heal. by man. Jonnra Davie. Boston f l loser Depot, Pori land, Hi. m i/in.r i-i.n i < nr, i/r .a i 'jnifftnj 3 T CL’JUtH B r MR*. MAMCHXSTKM. This is to certify that I hare b«n*fcured of tha Dropsy of fifteen years standing by Mm. Vo.'^Wr ter. I hare been to physicians in Beaton, Hew York and Philadelphia. l'hey all told nie that they conld do nothing for me. nuleee they tapped me, and as eared mo that by tapping 1 eonld lire but a short time. 1 had made np my mind to go home aad lire a* long a* I could with tin, disease, and then die. Ob my way home 1 stayed over night la Portland with a irfend ol mine, and told then, what my mind was a regard to my disease. They (Bally persuaded me to go and see Mrs. Manchester, (he examined me and told me my case exactly. 1 was so mnob rs'omshed to think that she told ma correctly, that I told her that 1 would take her rnedh Claes, not haring the lesst fkith that they would me any good, or that I should get the slightest relief from any course whatever; finally 1 took the modi olus and went home. In one week from the time I commenced taking tho med'oine, t had over three (aliens or water puss me In SeTeu hours; aad my fel low safer, rs may tw assured that It wss a great relief tone. Ihaduotb.ru able to lie down In bed at Bight before this for two year*. How 1 can lie dawn with perfect ease. 1 hare taken her medicine for eight month*, and am as well as any man coaid wish to be, and au signs or dropsy. I would advise all that ere sick to go and oOusalt Mm. Maerkater, even If they bare been given up by other phy sic!* i'V 1 hare sent her a number of oases of other disus-es and she has cured them also, tlo and for yourselves. 1 bad ho tkith, but now my fkith caanut be sbakedla ber skill ia telling and curing dimes*. Caantx* 9. Haex Sabas L. Habhob, Maiv A. Habbob. Hmegrr, Moms, April td. Urntua Boon* From li. M. till IP. M. ansi, iaftoatai ad IMPORTANT TO ALL INVALID*!! IRON IN THE BLOOD is well ksownto the Med| eel Profession that THE VITAL PRINCIPLE * on LIFE ELEMEST OF THE BLOOD IS I ROX. Tide ia derived chiefly from the food we ami; bat if the food i* not properly d ideated <>r if, from a ay eanee whittTvr, the n* oeisary - juatit y of iron ia not lak»-u into th.-circulation, or b*>con»e redaced. tb* whole system si ller*. Th* bad blood w 11 irritate the heart, will olog ap the lunpa, stupe fv the Urals, will obstruct the liver, aad will «endit* di«ea*e producing element* to all part* of th •yetem, and ♦•very one will suffer in whatever organ may be pre disposed to disease. To take medicine to cure dPeaecs occasioned by a d^rtcincy of IRON IN THE BLOOD, without restoring it to the ayateio, is like trying to impair a iiailding wh< n the foundation i« gou* It i* only ain -e the diaooverr ot that valuable •ombioatim known a.-? PEW' VtAX STRt P, that the jjroat power of this VITALIZING AiF.NT over dieea*v has been brought to light. • The Peruvian Syrup, The Peruvian Syrup u a 1‘rotaataJ SolutioiCor the PHUWX1DB Of IRUB a Nra Dlarairr) in MrUii iae that Strike* it I Ike Kattl IMteate, by .api'lTing *la Hlooufeltb it* Yllat Prineiple at Life lilemenl I OX. rbiak tbe ferret of|th« wooSerfkl itiooe** jf il l rratedv in0«rt>r DYSPEmiA, LIVER C>>M PLAINT, DROPSY, CHRONIC PIAR Kill.A, BOILS, XRRYOG8 AFFET. TIOMS. CHILLI AND FEVERS, HUMORS, LOSS OF CON8TI TL'TIOXAL VIGOR, DIS EASES ofthe KIDNEYS * BLADDER EE. Yl ALKComp'aint.. ami ail illii-a-.-. 'ifigluatiac to a BAD STATE OF THE BLOOD, or accompanied by DKR1JJT Y or a T OW STATROr TIIJC SYSTEM. B« iuy fit *: from Alcohol in any form. its ntrroizivg &ects esre n'H/olfui 'rd bp correspond in tj rt'irficv, but arc p rtuuiieut, »n fusing htrkmoth, vioor. and hew Lit’K ii to a!! part* of tho nv«t*ra. ahd building op an 1KOX COX^TITCmOX' It iiun exee>lant *at>ftUutn for Inc or Brandy where a stimulant is needed. The fallowing names aro taken from our pamphlet of testimonial*, which will bo "at tree to any addre*?. * Rev. John Pi* rjH»ut, l*ewis Job on, M, J»., Rev. Wiiircn Burton, Roswell Kinnoy, M. P., Rev. Arthur B. Fuller, S. II. Kendall, M. D., Rev. Cordon Robin*, \V. K. Chiaholm. M. P., Rev. Sylvanus Cobb. Jose Antonio Sanches, M. D Rov.T. Starr Kiny, Marcelio Aranua, M. D.. Rev. Ephraim Xuk*. Jr., A. A Hayes, If. D., IT" There can be but one stronger proqf than the te*tim*.-ny qf such men as these, and that is \ p*n tosii tui A L. It has (.-ured thousand* where o«W remedies have failed to (jive relief, avd invalids cannot reasonably hedtate to pire it a trial, ’ tor pvsfepsia and allcuuoaic Dif*«4*«*, char* acterizcd by debility, it is a Specific, Prepared a* hcrctolora by N. L. CLARK A CO. —For Sale by— SETH W. FOWLE A CO., lHTNiaontst.. Boston J. P. D1XSMORE, 491 Broadway. Raw York; and by all Drugyi'ti. tcbl* deod A woow Pm

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