Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, April 6, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated April 6, 1864 Page 4
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THE MARKETS. Portland Wholesale Prices Current. Expressly oorr-sstod for the Pbesb to April 6, by Mr. M. N. Kicb. Anri. _ , Fearl if tb.9 Fot.8 3 ?J; Qre»u^r*bbl... .i MS® 0®! Sliced f lb.• »*«Wj t'ncorcd #> ib.«» W j FiStT 1W lb" ■ *8i ®6' I Ship. 6* .«« Crackers per bbl.li /» ' ' Crackers, 4* 100 . .40 @40c Butter. Fatally *< lb.S. !ee^~ Store ..83 (n.35 Beans* Marrow 4* bosh*2 75@.J oo Pea.262@2 7» B«ue Pod.2 87@2 6u Candle*. Mould 4> tb.101 *’1« Sperm.37 ®38 Ckress. Vermont p tb.18@19 Country....lg@HM Cami—(Retail.) Lehigh. Chestnut.9 50® Cefe*. Java 4* tb.45 @47e Cape...87i @40 Rio .89*®42 Cordage. American F lb....18® 19 Russia Hemp.*.22@23 Manilla.22J(g;23* Bolt rope, Russia. - J .0,23 do. Manilla. 22 &® 23 Cense at. ? bbl.•186@165 Ornga and l>ye*. Alum 4* tb. M 6c Aloes......87 <£$40 Arrow Root.17 @40 Borax.82 @85 Brimstone (roll).. 6@64 Bi*Carb. Soda.7£ (#9 Sulphur.6@ Sal Soda. 4@4l Camphor..160401*5 Cream Tartar.40 @65 Logwood ex.14® 16 Magnesia .32 @42 Indigo, M’la.tine 1 60@2UO Madder.17©@18 Opium.f12 25&312 25 Rhubarb..28i@30U Alcohol.2 05® 2 10 Fluid. .1 75 $235 Saltpetre. ..14 @28 Yltrtol.18 @»> t/yrww. Barwood.2& Brazil Wood.18 ® Camwood..6® 6$ Fustic, Cuba .3® 44 Savanvilla 2| <®6 H>*pernic.&® Logwood, Campeaohv.2|® 4 St. Domingo.2tfm Extract Logwood.1 14® Nic Wood. ® Peach 44 ....... 41® Bed 44 .am Bapan “ . ® Suercitron Bark... 2j;« ed Sanders.. 6 ® Dwelt. Haven*. ® 62c Portland, No. 3.1 12®0 00 44 No. 10.. 70® 0 Navv.S'r, No. 3 .111®OUO 44 4 * No. 10.76 ®00 Flak. Cod lsrge ^ qut..*6®650 *• femall.5® 51 Pollock . .<.3 7f;»4 Haddock, ......none Hake.2 75 ®3 2.7 Herri ug, 8 hor* F l»l .4 50® 5 do. Labrador, none, do. Scaledpbx.37®43c do. No. 1..27®83 Mackerel «> bbl., Hard aline... l« a* 25 Bay No. 1....tl660®16 Bay No. 3.1160,313 Boy No. 3. none Shore No. 1.... 16 .v.igic “ “ 2. lOg 1160 Frail. . Almond.- Joril.n p lb, Soft Shell.28 g88c * 8 helled ..42®4fc Current,.16tg 18 Citron, new.36 638 Pee Nut,.S2N7jg3 on Flge, oommon. 26 New Kleme. g 28 Lemon,,p box S6906650 grange,—box 85 6006 GO Bunch box 4 256 Layer....4 50g Date,.14615c Prune, now.181 g 20 Fluur — Portland ln,p. Superllne .... *fi 60066 76 Fancy.7 no6,7 25 Extra.7 25 67 02 Doable Extra . 7 75g8 37 Extra Superior 8 5068 76 Wwtern extra* 7 26®7 ti2 Ohio extra_7 60,6 7 75 Canada No 1 7 25.6,7 50 StLouf,FaeBrnd, 6-Ca In Southern III.do do.Slgnm Petap,coFamily. ,11!6 ill Cora Meal.8 V’I a ? Buekw’tFl’r IT.Viei brl Crala. Bye.1 45g1 50 data. ....*.. 78»ho South Yel.Corn.. 1356 145 Corn, Mixed.... lSGgl.lc Barley.llOgl 2<> viiptwarn Blasting .tS@ 64 Rifle and Sporting.8 Prp«lw^l V net T.#22 @*3 Loose.28 @ 24 Straw.£9 Hides «ad Skiaa. B. A. Hides.2m & Western.21 @22 Slaughter Hides.. 74<8>9c Calfskins.lfc*@17 Calcutta Cow Slaughtered ... 1 DOSS 10 < Green Salt.18&a200j SheepPelts.Gr’n.l 70@175| Boi* First Sort, 1868.. .23 @26 Iran. Common.54@6J! '* Iwfined . >a*; Swede.8|@W, Norway.104®00 Cast Steel.28#o German Steel.... 29 (a 31 ! English BUa.Steel .20 @00 Spring.124@14 Sheet Iron. Engl..8 @84 Sheet iron,Russia.22 @2o do. Bus im't. .16 @17 Lard* Barrel, V Ito.14J514; Ken. eft.14,igl4j Uathrr. New York, light. .90&32J1] do. md. wta...33 @344 do. heavy .... .8-2 @84* I do. slaughter . .46 @ Go Amer. Calftkins 100@11£ fll'ter Wan Leath.21 @ 23; bCHdt km. l»ig® 100th.314v$15 <bcet and Pipe . 16*j£16 Liair. ttockJaud, cask.. .110®115 liiimbcr-From yard. ?l*ar Pine, No. 1.388 ® 40 do. No.2 .."7 fa> 89 do. No. 3. .28® 3oJ Shipping Lumber.?!® ®2».. Spruce.917® 4) deinlock.10 0,12 Sox Sh'ks,(pinc).66 «.7“c L'lapb'ds, 8 ext. .*14 ($16 do. r ** .. .30 a 32 Shingles, ted-ext 3 87® 4 do. “ No.1.21® :: do. ext.Pine.ij{A r, Laths,.Spruce 187V150 do. Pint.160.'V* 26 Red Oak Staves . .25 ®3<.' Mol. IIhd. Shooks ft Heads,city. 242®260 Sugar do. city. .226&260 do. do. c’trv.l 60al 75 (ireen Co’> sa'u.. 80t* 1 00 Country KJtr Mol. 11 hd. Shook!... 150@175 Slash.100® 120 (loops.326 ®35 I lack me tack lim ber, ? tun.10® 20 idolaaar Port Rio©... *88®86 iriuidud. 70 (a .2 Cuba clayed.6t$68 do. do.tart”.. 63®66 do.Muscovado”. 67 V 70 New Orleans. none PortlandSyrup,hbda 61 $ do. bbls @ M Kails, Cask.*6 50®6 76 Naial Su»r<>«. Tar (foreign )fcbbl .915 $18 Pitch (foal Tarj.. 4 Rosin.44 04k Turpentine $>gal. 2 76 atffiO Oakum. American.Hi $18 Oil. Portland Kerosene Illumin&t'g Oil. 66(S 70 Sperm Winter .. 212H220 W hale, ref. Wint 1 28®1 30 Grand Bank and Bay Chaleur. .335 ® 37 Shore.32 ($84 Linaeed.*1 «2®1 64 Boiled..1 66® 1 68 Lard Oil.1 25® 1 »• Olive Oil.200®230 Castor Oil. 226®230 Neats foot Oil... .1 26<tl So Oniout V bbl.34 75®7 25 ^bush.92 6o®2 70 Paiula, P’tl'dLead inoil*14fiO($16 Lewis Lead. **.. 15® 15 60 Pure Dry Lead-14 'a French/inc, ”11 76@1225 Amor. Zinc, *• 975®9025 Rochelle Yellow. . .3 ® 34 Ena. Yen. Red-31® \ Litharge. Sl5 Red Lead . ($15 Per ton Soft.8 60@2 62 Hard. none. 14 round.,.700@7 60 Pravtuiaa*. Ch'ro Mew Beef.$154 @16 Portland do. .. 16@16 GO P’tl’dext. do. . 17 @18 Pork, extra clear 26 @27 Pork, clear.26 @ 26 Pork, mes*.. 28 60 @24 00 Pork. Prime.20 @21 Pound Hogs.1U @12 Ham*..14@144 City Smok'd Hamg.14* u 16 1‘rMlurr. B«?l *>qnT*> lb .10 @12 Kg**, dm.18 @5u l'outoo?, *0,1,1.92 25@2.M Chicken*.2!»@ 22 Lamb.8 @ 10 Turkic*.2 > @22 tioese.17@18c Veal.8 glO Rice. Rice & fb.7J@ 8* Rain. Portland di*tilled. 1 26@90 Mnlernta*. Saleratu* f> lb...,. 7 @ 10 Salt. Turk* Is., $ bhd. (8 hup )... . *4 26 @4 75 Liverpool. 426@4 75 Cadiz.. none Cagliari. 4 26@4 76 tir'd Putter Salt. .26 @ Starch. Pearl.10@101 Potato.7@ 74 Shai-VlOOlb* S9j@l6 Htod.* @16 A Bock...... @16 Saap. Family do.9*@ No. 1.loJ@ 00 Soda. 11 .( O'* kJleine.10i@ll Caatile.14 @20 Crane’*. l(icr spirf«. Cassia lb.75ft78« Clove*.50 (do2 linger, (Baca).... loft"42 [linger, (Africa). .40 (a42 Mace.1 oo ft N utmegi.185 ft 145 Pepper. 4 fi ft 50 Pimento.62 ft 84 Sugar. Portland A.none do. A A.none do. Yellow. ...none Extra Yellow.non* Muscovado.16ft 16 j Havana Brown . .16fftlB do. White . 18.1ft ic S*ew Orleans.1*4 ft 17 Crushed.2 i ranulated.23523* *owdered.23 <£23* Tea a. Tyso*.TftcftVl I'oung Hvson_98® 100 lolong. .’- 10 5'cTl 02 -do choice.. 112 ftl 25 »oitchong.80 ft80 Tobacco. 'siclO’s best br’ds. TOiftTBc do. medium. .65 ®7o do. common. 60 (565 laltlbH best br'ds .75 a,30 do. ined.good.Tn ft75 do. common... 65ft 70 Natural Leaf, tb*.91ftl 26 (ayy>poundg.75® 80 Wood. lard, retail../.8ft 6<>®10 iolt. •• . 5 ft* Varniah. "urniture_S3 0(V® 4 00 'oach.8*® c >aniar.2 50ft 600 Wool. "Ipece. 555/CO *ulled.72 ft82c Exchange. .ondon—60d. 1 82*ftl 88 Portland Drr Goods Market. fapreesly oorrected for the Preps to April 6, by M. X. Kich. COTTON GOODS. . Inches. Price Hetty Sheeting*. .37.88 43 Pine " .36.2b ® 36 “ “ .40.no a 371 " " .•>.,.6-4.37} i§ 421 Medium •' .87....2b je 32i tight “ .37.21 -,i 26 Shirting.27 to 30.19 (gj 21} BLEACHED SHEETING. Good Blotched Sheeting.86.34 ® 32 “ - " 9-8.S2i I 37* " “ “ 6-4.37} g 40 Medium “ 86.25 a. 274 Shirting.27 to 32 18 & 2u DRILLING. Betty Drilling.30.40 ® 42 Medium *• 9).32j ® 37} COTTON FLANNEL*. Henry Cotton Flannels.424 M 454 Medium •• ..27} g S7 STRIFED SHIRTING. Betty Striped Shirting.SO.374 g 406 • 27. 32} 1 3.1 Medium " « . 27 . 26 ® 2 } TICBINO. Hetty Ticking.40 ® 05 •tedium “ ..-..32} g 37 COTTON A DBS. Hetty double tod twist.70 ® 72 DENIMS, Hetty Denims.. 40 ® 45 Medium ■■ .25 g 85 IIAlHHIin A.4D rftl.TTB, Colored Cambrics.16 6t 18 Beat Prints, .21 g Medium .18 ,£ 20 Dium. DeLalaes.28j @ 32} CRASS .12} ® 17 batting, wadding Ac. Cotton Batting.20 a 30 Cotton Wadding. if, a ofj; lb Cotton Warp.90c V lb Wieking, unbleached. .66 a 100 “ bleaobed.80 § loo WOOLEN GOODS. Kentucky Jeans,...-.40 g 66 Satinet*.60 g, 76 Colon Meltons.75 (a HO Ail Wool do.87} 10 1 12} Black Uulon Caslmcres. Si St 100 Black all woolCassimeres.I 10 » 1 87} Black Doeskins.1 10 .a 1 37} Fancy Doeskins. -65 (a 2 25 German Black Doeskins .1 60 m 2 00 German Broadcloths.2 00 g 6 00 Orercoating, all wool c, 4 2 Hi g 6 00 „ . unioned.2 00 «. 8 00 Kepellant, 6-1. 1 75 g 1 87} . WOOL EI.ANNELS. Bine Mixed Twilled Flannels.46 g 65 Scarlet •' .46 o 66 gof “ " .47} <«y 67} l*rlnted " .45 g 65 kleatn Power to Rem. ROOMS with Steam power can be bad, by appli cation to J. L. WIM»LOW, 6 T alon 61. aprl 8w I | FOR SALE & TO LET. D«*«irat»le Farm for Sale. TIJh ubscribcr offcrd for sale a very valuable real (.state, situated In the pleasant tillage of Free port, containing about 2* acres of good land, with a two-st^rv dwelling house, out-buildings, stable aud barn, all in good repair. The above was the home stead of the late J. W. Mitchell. It hat a front en the country road from Portland to Brunswick, of about 60 rods, with rear line ou Portland 4r Kenne liec Railroad. the buildings are finely located, and afford a de lightful prospect of scenery. It is within live min ute# vralk from station of said railroad, village stores, meeting-houses, schools, Ac. It has a large old orchard, containing varieties of apples, pears, Ac. Also abundance «»f garden fruits. Cull about ten tons of*hay >early, is finely watered by an ! ever living brook springs, Ac, lias a tine row oj j j old shade elm trees on the county road; and, to i gothcr, embrace* such perior ad', ant ages for the purchaser, that those wishing to buy si e invited to ! call ami examine tor themselves. Will exchange lor good city or vessel property. Apply to J .A. MUCH ELL, on the pr«m see, or W W. HARRIS, 145 Commercial btreet, Portland. Freepoat, March 16,1-64. mch!8 eodlm VALUABLE REAL ESTATE’ FOR SALE. Good Location for a Hotel. MThat valuable and centrally located llousa and Lot, Ko. 81 India street, for so many years owned and occupied by General Samu el Fessenden, is offered lor sal**. The Lot i«* 70 feet on India street, extending hack 171 feet -containing nearty 12 OOOleet of land. The Hou latfcrm BlOtMd.lt in good repair, and con tains fifteen rooms, besides many closets and other conveniences; has gas fixtures throughout; it also has a large flow gl PURE AQUEDUCT WATER, which is very desirable; also a large Wood House and Barn. This a good piece of property upon which to make improvements, it may b*‘ fitted for a FIRS7 CLASS HOARDING HOUSE, or a SECOND CLASS HOTEL. Its near proximity to the terminus of the Grand Trunk Railway and to the wharves of the Boston and other steamers, makes the location a desirable one for a Hotel. This lot might be improved with profit to auy me chanic or other person having means, by the erec tion of Tenemen s, it# large depth affording ample •pace for a block of eight or ten buildings. For further particulars enquire of WM. H. J ERRIS. Argus Office Portland, Dec. 8, 1868. decll MWF FOR SALE. A PLEASANT Country Seat, at New Gloucester, Lower Corner. The stand formerly occupied by K. lerton, as a HomeBcbotl, is offered for sale. The house and ell, both two story, the latter new, contain iitoen finished rooms, a good-cellar, and an abundance of pure, soft water, wood house and sta ble connected. The place is adorned with suade and ornamental trees and «hrubbery, c inmaudea beau tiful prospect, is situated in a good community, and is but an hours ridelrotn Portland on the Grand Trunk Railroad. A large garden belongs to it, well stocked with young and thrifty fruit trees in full bearing. (24 apple trees.) Pr ce *1700. For farther information apply to F. Ytaton, Frye burg Me., Beth Haskell, near the premises, or A LBION KE11H, 139 Middle Street. feb25 3tawtf Portland. A Desirable Farm for Sale. Pleasantly situated in Westbrook, six miles from Portland,near Pride’s Bridge, ou tbe roaa leading from “ Falmouth to Haccar&xpa—contain _-mg one hundred acres, suitably di ! vided into tillage, pasture and woodland. Aplenty of young orcharding apple and pear trees just come : into bearing, of the best varieties. Tbe soil is most ly clay losin, well watered by a never-tailing brook running through the farm. A new two story brick House, with a good cellar,barn and other out-build I iugs, and an abundant supply of excellent water. ; Terms easy. For further information inquire of ! tbe subscriber on the premises. ABIJAll HAWKES, mch26 d It w2w# Btevens Plains Post Office. Farm for baits 1N- Cape Elizabeth, 3; miles from Portland Bridge, 1 about 100 acres of well proportioned mowing tillage Pasture, wood and t»raber. About 600 cords hard and soit wood. Cuts 40 tons bay. Barn moat new. 88 by 60, Lumber for 1} Story house—on the direct road to Portland, extending GO rods back, well located to cut into ten acre lots, and will be if requested. Fences ctoue wall mostly new. Price ITS per Mre.tt per eevft Mali| balance' ran remain a number of year* secured by mortgage. For par ticular* enquire of HCOTT DYER, mch30 dim For Sale or lo l.et. A FINE Country Heat on Back Cove road, front ing the City and al»out two miles therefrom, with Garden and Orchard, six teen acres of laud, a large Brick 11 note with twelve finished rooms, a large Barn and Chaise House. 1 hi* property is as deair able a location for a genteel residence, or a public house as is to be found within tue vicinity ox Port land. It will be sold low ou a long tenn of credit for the greater part of the purchase, or beared for a term of years. M-JSES GOliLi), 74 Middle Bt. me a 17 6w For Sale, The three story dwelling-house No.22 Brown fPTjj! 8tre«t, containing thirt. eu modern finished JKjili rooms inundiug Bath*room. Range, Furnace "“‘and G;u Fixtures, with plenty of closet room. Terms easy. Unless previously disposed of at private sale, it ; will be sold at auction on the 27th dav of April next. J T. >M11 U Inquire of J. K. FERKALD, or GEORGE W AT EK HOUSE. ineh21 dt«apl27 For bale. A SQUARE block of land, of about 78000 acres 2\. of wood laud, on the south rid-* of tin- river St. Law rsne*-, in Cauada East It is interceded by 1 wo considerable rivers with eligible Mill sits.* Well wooded with every description of timber, such as { pine and spruce in large quantities, and maple, ! Perch, beech, tamarac ana base wo^d toauv amount. Enquire of H. T. MACH IN, portland. Portland. Feb. 1864. ftb£>eodtf House for Sale. A three story dwelling bon*#- w ith brick basement, i ‘situated on toe corner of M-uunu-ut aud War ren struts: has twelve finished rooms, and is well | calculated for one or two families. For terms ap ply to Inward Shaw, at the office of the Mutual Fire In<uranee Company, 102 Middle street, orto N. F. DEEMING. | mchlft dtf No. 8 Exchange St. For Male or to Let. CLIFF COTTAGE, containing over 20 rooms,large stable and sheds—situated two and one-halt miles from Portlaud, and the finest situation in Cape Elizabeth for a vs UMBUJi tering place, and summer boarders. For ! particulars enquire of GEO. OWEN, ap7 dtf 81 Winter Street. Portland. K<*al Estate for Sale. THE three Story Brick House and Lot, So. 64 Cumberland St. The house contain* twelve well finished rooms. Bathing room, hot and cold water. Furnace. Gas*, and all other conveniences of a first cla«a house. GoodMaole. Enquire of SOUTHARD A WOODBURY, xnch22dtf 78 Commercial Street. For Sale. A ONE and a half story llcusc, brick basement, on Washington street, now occupied bv Mrs. Sarah Itoiee, lot 60 by luO feet. For particular*, enquire of Oliver Gkkhi8h, Chaulep b < * lean or JOHN PI KINGTON, No. 188 Fore St. mch28 4w $1,000! V* email dwelling house, with land sufficient for a good garden, located in the upper part of the city, will be i*old for the above amount. Apply to PkENTISS LOSING. • Portland, March 7. dtf Daily Press uffico. Sal# s Room to Let. A spacious aud desirable Sales Room to let on the iV second floor in the new EVANS BUILDING, on Middle St., if applied for immodiatelv. WAR KEN 81'AKKOW, rr.chj dtf No. 74 Middle 8t., cor. Exchange. To Lot. TI1K rooms over the store of thesublcriber,oorner oi Forennd Exchange street*, now occupied by Stephen Berry a* a printing office. Possession given i 1st of January'. Apply to dec29 dtf BENJ. FOGG. To Let. OTOKE now occupied by us. Possession given immediately. Also, a Front Office in Hanson Block. Jau8dtf H. J. LIBBEY A CO. For Sale at a Bargain. VONK and half Story House, on Layfayette 8t.f . Lot 44 by 93. F *r particulars enquire of ’* DRAKE & DAVIS, mchl8 lmed 380 Congress Street. For Wale. ^ A nice white Oak Copper fastened Yacht built .Schooner, twcutv ton* bur j r&A then, nine year* old, well found with boat*, {JA>>trowl8. not*. S c., Ac. Price $8(0. j*8EB& For further particular* call on mch‘J2 eodlOd* R. G. YORK & 8 ON. To be Let. (STORES Nos. 129 and 185 Commercial Street. I ■ Possession given immediately. For terms ap ply at No..4*1 Park Street. mcl*21dini Uii 'K" liiMiraiK-p Coinimii)1. nnUKandersigned being dveoftbe persons named A in the Act 01 Incorporation of tlm Dirlgo In surance Company, hereby notify a meeting of said Corporation at th» Room- of the Board of trade on Thursday. April 7th, at 4 o'clock, P. M., to decide upon the accep'nnce of the Act of lucorooration and for the purpose of organizing the said Comnant ’ A. Iv. SUUBTLEFF. EBLN STEEL. JOSEPH HOWARD. D. VV CLARK. W M. CHAISE. The subscribers to the Stock of said Company, are requested tojneet at the same time and place. Portland. yfmroh.SS. mcti'lMtd ItAILHOADS.^'1 Vork * Cninbcrlaud Itailrrarf. VTINTKB ABBAAGBMfcN TS _ 0 rwHHRQ On and after Monday, March 14,1994, HHCSBw Trains will leave as follows: A.M. P. M. P. M. Portland lor Saco River, at 8.00 1.50 6.30 Morrill's do 3.11 2.05 5.42 Cumberland Mil Is, do 3.18 2.18 5.49 Baccarappa, do 8.28 2.20 5.54 Gorham, do 8.35 2.35 6.06 Buxton Centre, do 9.62 2.66 8.22 Arrive at do 9.00 3.05 6.30 a m. a.m. P. M. Baco River for Portland, at 8.00 9.30 8.80 BoxtonOntre. do 6.12 9.40 3.38 Gorham, do 0.45 10.00 8 65 Baccarappa, do 7.u»» 10.15 4.07 Cumberland Mills, do 7."8 10.22 4.11 Morrill’s, do 7.15 10.80 4.19 Arrive at do 7.30 IMS 4.10 Tbe 1.60 P. M. train out and the 6.00 A. M. train Into Portland will be Freight Trains, with Passenger Cars attaobed. Faros 6 rente less when tickets are purchased at the offioc than when paid in the cars. Oct. 22.1863. dtf DAN CARPENTER, Bnp’t. MAINE CENTRAL RAILROAD. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. □MMMB Trains laave Portland, Grand Trank ■■■■RRStution, for Lewiston and Auburn, at 7.4o A. M. For Bangor and intermediate stations at 1.10 p.m. RETURNING—leave Lewiston at 6.20 a.m., and arrive in Portland at 8.80 a.m. Leave Bangor at 7.25 a. m., and arrive In Portland at 2 00 p. m. Both these trains oonneet at Portland with trains tor Boston. Freight train leaves Port 1 ah d at R a.m., and re* turning is dun in Pori land at 1 r. m. Stages connect with trains at principal stations, daily for most of the towns North and East of this line. C. M. MoKbE,Sup't. Waterville, November, 1981. decl4 PORTLAND AND KENNEBEC R. R. Portland to Nkowhegan. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Commencing Nov. 9, IBM. □■■Maan Passenger Trains will leave dally, IHE9H11Pandays except!di as follows: Leave Portland lor Bath, Augusta and Skowhegan at 100 P.M. * Leave Skowhegan for Angusta, Bath. Portland, Boaton and Lowell at 8 86 A. M. Freight Trains, Portland and Skowhegan daily. B. H. CUSHMAN, Superintendent. Angmsta, Not., 1883. janl tf GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY Of Canada. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. On and after Monday, Not. 8, 1883, ■B91 trains will run daily, (Sundays except ed| until Inrther notice, aa follows: Up Trains. Leave Portland for South Paria at 7.40 a. a. For Island Pond at 1.10 r. a. Dawn Trains. Leave Island Pond for Portland, at 8 a. a. Leave 8oulh Paris for Portland at 6.46 A. a. The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding A60 in value, and that per sonal, unless notice is given, and paid for at the rate of one passenger for every t60u additional value. C. J. BRYOUES, Managing Director. H. BAILEY, Superintendent. Nov. 4,1388. nov6 PORTLAND, SACO A PORTSMOCTH RAILROAD. WINTER ARRANGEMENTS, Commencing Not. 3d. 1863. CHUBB Passenger Trains will leave the Bta I tion, Canal straot, daily, (Sunday, ex cepted ! as tollow*: r «*V* 1>ort|and for Beaton, at 8.43 A. M. and J.30 ^ Leave Boston for Portland at 7.80 a.m. and 3.80 Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.00 a. v. and 3.00 r. u. Theao trains will tako and leave passengers at way station*. freight trains leave Portland and Boston daily. FRANCIS CHASE, Superintendent. Portland, Oot. 30,1883. oo31 edtf STEAMBOATS. International Steamship Company. Fast port, Calais A St. .Volin. TWO TlilPS PER WEEK. On and after Monday, March S3, - the superior sea-goiu-- sn snior SEW BRl'NStVrCR, Cant. E. B. ---- ‘Winchester, will lean- Railroad " hart, loot ot State Street, everv Mondav at 3 o'clock l‘. M , and the Steamer NE W ENGLAND, Capt. E. Field, every Thursday at 3 o’clock I*. M.’ for iea,-tport and St. Jehu, N. B , connecting at at Johu with steamer Emperor for Disby, Windnorand Halifax, and with the KAN. A. Railroad lor sbi diac and all wav -tation*. Returning, will leave St. John crerv Mondav and Thur»duy a. 8 o'clock A. M., lor Ea-tport, Portland an*l Boston. Star* coaelicfl connect with Bicameral Ka«t port tor Mach las. Freight for Calais will be forwarded by failing ves sels for the present. Thiough tickets procured of the Agents anil Clerk on board Steamers. Freight received till i o’clock P. M., Mondays and Thursdays. meh36dtf C. C. EATON, Agent. Montreal OceanSteamship Co. CARRYING TU* CANADIAN ft V. 8.MAILS. Paoenger* Booked to Loadonderry, Olasgow and Liverpool. RETURN TICKETS Git ANTED AT REDUCED RATES. m The steamship North American,Capt. 4 VYylie will sail from this port for Liver S^JEffPOul on SAIIRDAY, April 2d. fm E ilTWWSaimediately after the arrival ot the Train of Me previous day from Montreal. Passage to Londonderry, Glasgow and Liverpool ■7-L'abiu (according to accommodation) §6»> to §80; j Steerage, §J». Payable in gold or its equivalent. I For Freight or Parage apply to _ . „ _ . II. A A. ALLAN, No. u Grand Trunk Railroad Passenger Depot | To be succeeded by the steamship Hibernian on I the lGthof April. Portland and Boston Line. | THE STEAMEK8 Forest City, Lewiston and Montreal Will, until further notice, rnn II LgQ&nr follows: Leave Atlantic Whart, Portland, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday aud Friday, atjo'clock P. hi., and India Wharf, Boston, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, at 5 o’clock P. M. harem Cabin.tl.60 " on Deck. 1.26 Freight taken as usual. The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding *6*.' in value, aud that j-tton al. unless notice is given and paid for at the rate ol one passenger for every *600 additional value. Feb.18,1863. dtf L. BILLINGS, Agent, Portland and Sew York hteainert SEMI-WEEKLY LINE. The tplendid and fast Steamships ssy25Wfe.",'ocl'5r POINT,Capt..W)i.LxiV, >t^T*XT^&and “POTOMAC/* Captain Mike wtfEastiBDwoOD, will,until further notice, run as follows * Leave Browns Wharf, Portland, everv WEDNES DAY , and HATCH DAI, at 4 P.M., aud leave l’ler (North Hirer, New York, every WEDNESDAY and SA1UKDAY, at 3 o’clock, P M. These Teasels are fitted up with fineeccommodatiens for passengers, making this the most speedy, safe and oomfortable route for travellers between New Tork and Maine. Passage 97,00, including Fare and State Booms. Woods forwarded by this line to and from Montreal, Quebec, Bangor, Bath, Augusta, Eastport and St. John. Shippers are requested to rend their freight to the steamers a# early as 8 P. M., en the day that thep laave Portland. For freight or passage apply to fHJ-BY A FOX. Brown's Wharf, Portland. U. B. CBOMWELI. A CO., No. 46 West Street, New York. Deo. 6.1K9. j,y Dissolution. THE copartnership heretofore existing under the firm style of PHINNEY k CO., is this day dis solved by mutual consent. “The affairs of 'he late concern will be settled at F. A. Howard s, under Lancaster Hall, by 11. M. Phinuey " Having this day sold to 8’uart k Co. our stock in trade, we would cordially recommend them to our I* tends and former patrons us worthy their patron age and confide nee. • 1’HINNKI A CO. topuHnnwhip. THE undersigned have this day formed a copart nership under the firm slyle of 8TUABT A CO., aud will continue the Stove aud Furnace business n all branch" at the old stand, No. 171 Middle street. CHAKLEB H. Sll AHT, jau21 dtf D. H. STE\ I NN. DUNN & PAL ME B, (bcoof. sona to m. e. paixbji,) WHOLESALE MILLINERY, 144 MIDDLE STUEKT. d. k. c. dcvh. Jofin a. taiuxb. March l, 1864. nob7 ttdiw* L j _MEDICAL AT W 0 0 D 7 S ATWOOD'S QUININE TONIC RITTERS QUININE TONIC BITTERS Is the be-t Aromatic TONIC AND STOMACHIC Aver brought before thepvhfi«* —IT WILL— Improve the Appetite, Facilitate DigeaOon, Give tone to tlic Nervous System. Vigor to every Organ of the Body. Thereby imparting Health and {strength The re is no remedy so good in LANQUOR AND DEBILITY, whether general, or following acute disease. Con valescents from sickness will find*it a most excel, lent restorative and agreeable exhiieram. HO SOLDIER SHOULD BE IN THE FIELD WITHOUT IT. WHAT IS SAID OF IT: The report of the Sanitary t'emmi^Rionsays : " It is wise and prudent where ague and fevers are prevalent, that evfry man should take a dose of Quinine Bitters at least once in twenty-iour hours. 1 his will sorely serve as a safeguard against disease. It has been practiced in Florida and elsewnere with undoubted benefit.” U\^rDl^rai th*head of the Hospital Depart ment H a thing ton, writes : ‘•I would a^ain, at this period, say that yonr Quinine Tonic is used, and that several Surgeons oi JCgimentg much approve of it.” Capt. WaltkbS. Sampson, of the V. S. Army, pays: ‘The Bittern did an immense amount of good amongtheraen tinder iny command ;as. hit instance, a lumber ol sore throat, ol diarrhea,, of dysentary and chills ahd fever, were oured by it." Surgeon Gen. Wm. J. Dai.k say,: "I esteem it an invaluable remedy in virions forms of debility,” fce. Sold by all Druggists, AND CHAS. H. ATWOOD. 19 Central Street, Bouton, PROPRIETOR. febl9 eod 3m Female STRENGTHENING COIAL. This Medicine is of long tried efficacy for correct- ' “J! disorders incidental to the feminine sex. lhat the afflicted may feci assured that this Cordial is traly valuable and worthy their confidence,- not one of those secret compounds purposed to destroy healthy action, I add a few testimonials from this f*'orwKthe Electric and Returned : 1 r&ctice ot Medicine, respect, i U. GKoRliE, formerly Professor IS "t”''Mcdicwl College, and President of the Electric Medical Society, aias-.. ■ peaks oi n in the following terms: “J have used the Ft mate Slrenr/theninu Cordial ,JSUJ£rt°,,Jh*t P'n*r»«cn by DR GEO. W ! bit KIT. 10, uauuver Street, aud 1 regard it as oneol the best Medicines for female complaints : that can be found." , Dll. J. KING, Author of " Woman: Hr Dir eases and Ihtir Treatment," rays: "This Me.liciuv appear,to exert a specific influ ence on tbe Uterus. It is a valuable agent iu alt dc- i rangementa of tho EcruRlvKcprooitctivr iircstis " DR. SMITH, Prisident of the New lo.k \-»o ciatiou of botanic Physicians, anys: No Female, if in delicate health,alioud omittho' timely use ol this r aluable Cordial. 1 ow c much ol my success in midwifery to tho u-e of this Medi cine." M01HKMS AND MARRIED 1. ADI Its . The following from Dr. KAV b worthy your no- ! tioe: I ■■ Asa general remedy for Female Complaliita this Cordial’ is a very valuable one, but by fie Proles aion it is esteemed more highly fur Its good re-ult during Uontinement iu relieving the great suffering attendant upon childbirth. I acknowledge with I <r. Smith that much of m, t access iu midwifery i-due totbe use of this tuedMne. It strengthens both mother and child. In each rues 1 follow the di rections ot I’rof. King, by allowing mv patients to i use it a few weeks previous to condn-ment, as by the energy it imparts to tite uterine nervous system the labor wi.l be very in ch facilitated, end remove, , the scraps w hich many females are liable to. No woman, if the knew the great value of this Strength ening Cordial would lail to use it.” I hate received numerous testimonials from diff erent parts of the country where used. Knowing the good it is capable ofdoiug, i w 11 warrant si. ry bottle of toy- •• Cordial" to be sattstacton in it, re sults. I hc following •ymptems Indicate those affections . in which the Fenvitc Xtrengthtninr/ Core .at has proved invaluable Indisposition to Exertion, Wakefulness, Uneasi ness, Depression of Spirits, I rambling. Lev, of Power, l’ain In the Pun k. Alternate t hin,, and Hunting of Heart, Dragging Ben*ation at tbo Lower 1’trtof IL*1 Body, lleadaehe. Languor, Au'-i iog Along tho thigh*. Into!* r#*noe of Light and Bound, rale < ountenaoce, Derangement ot lie Stomach and Bowels, Difficult Breathing. f(y-teria. 4c..4c. It ia a specific remedy in all Uterine DL-ea»«, Chlorosis ot (irecu fcicHnc?-, Irregularly, Painful bw, Proftise or Suppretxb'ii of < u« ternary Dis charges, Leucorrhira or Whit.*, Bcirrhoa .»r Ulcer ate Btat*‘ ot the Uterus, Bteriiity, 4c. No better Tonic can poeatbjy be pur up than thin, and none leas likely to <lo harm, und it i.- corn; <*ed wholly of vegetable] agents, and such »*•*«* have known to be valuable, and bare u»e*l for many years. PRICE. One Dollar l*< r Bottle. Sold by Druggi*u gcueralh . Be sure aud act that pn pared at tho New England Botanic Depot, 106 llamner 8t. Boston. tiEu. W. 8WKYl\ M. D., Proprietor. I II* H. HAY, Agents PortiaiMl. mch3 eod6m IMPORTANT NOTICE. Great Fire in West Mjgiden Ct. VALENTINE & BUTLER’S I Alum Fainii Fire Proof Salt T11ITJMPH A X T . AT the preat fire iu Wwt Meriden, Conn., on the Sth lust., Messrs. Valenti "e A Bailor’s Alum Patent Fire and Burglar ProofSafe was subjected to ono of the most severe tests ou record. 1 he safe \ was subjected to a r^J hot heat for nearly fourteen hours, and delivered up its contents iu perfect orc^r. saving nearly THlitTT THOVSASO DOLLARS I worth of property to the owner- The contents of two other Safes, of other makers, and -taediug with in rUKLi: FEET of the Alum Patent, were but irk- . LV DESTROYED. Sample* of the mouey and paper* taken from I Sales destroyed, also those taken from the Alum ' Patent, have been forwarded by mail, and can be •oce at the Hardware store of fl. Warren Lancey, ; ft Co., ou Lime Street. Valentine ft Butler, Alum Patent Fire, and Bur glar Proof Safes have been tested in over TWO dUNDKED accidental tires within the last thirteen years, and in »o instance have they ever failed to preserve their contents Irom the attacks of either lire or burglar. Parties In n* ed of a reliable Fire and | Burglar Proof Security, will do well to give this | mat tor a careful investigation before purchasing. Me-sr*. Thornton &. Co., of New Haw-.1, Coun., ; arc the Agents for the sale of these Safes iu the New 1 England States and refer by penuis-dou to the fol- 1 lowing parties iu Portland who lu\e rocently pur- | chased the Alum Patent of them: Portland lias Light Co.; C. C. Mitchell ft Son ; P. i ft F. A It. It. Co.j Clevelaud 4 Osgood; Daniel Winslow ft Sou; Kulus E. Wood, Itpij ; Ilobb* 1 Chase ft Co.; K. Clark, M. D ; .loaiah Burleigh, ’ Kso.; W. W. Hilton, Esq.; 11. U. Payeon, Esq.; A. F. York. Esq ; and many others. Certilioates giving lhrther particulars iu relation to the late lire, will be published in a few days, inchlndlm* f ft Co. THE BEST! fllHK Photograph Gallories No. 80 Middle street, • A. Portland, having been thoroughly redtted and | •applied with all the latest improvements, are now open for the accommodation of the public. The proprietor ia prepared to supply his former customers and all who may give him a call, with pic tures of every description, executed iu the bed man per aud at reasonable prices. Particular attention given to copyiug. A. 8. DA Visit Proprietor. Portland, July 30,1862 dtt JOHN F. ANDERSON, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, OFFICE, CODMAX HI.OCK, mchl7d&wtf Temple Street. “Hklmbold * Kxtbact Be* hu.”—Tonic, Diu ratio. Blood-Purity ing and Invigorating. Enfeebled and delicate person# ot both §exe# use it. 8«ld by W. ¥ PHILLIPS, Druggist JMIM*4«UV "medical. ~ Lyon's Periodical Drops! THEGREATFEMALE REMEDY. Lyon's Periodical Drops! ARK BKTTKR TRAM ALL Pill** Powder*& Quark Preparation*. % Lyons Periodical Drops! Sure to do Goodand cannot do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! The tirem Remedy LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! J*I BKTTFB THAN ALL PILLS,POWDERS If QUACK PREPARATIONS LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS.! ARE SURE TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HARM. Lyon’ft Periodical Drop* THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’ft Periodical Dropn ARE BETTER THAN ALL PILLS, POWDERS AND QUACK MEDICINES. Lyon’« Periodical Drops Arw Stirp to do Oood and cannot do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Gront Female Remedy. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS ARE BKTTKR THA* ALL Pills, Powders and Quack Preparations. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS -ARK BURK TO DO#OOD AND CANNOT DO BARM Lyon’s Periodical Drops THE OBEAT FEMALE REMEDY Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are better than all Pills, Powders, And Quack Preparation*. Lyon’s Periodical Drops, -ARX Sure to do Good and cannot do Harm. Frier, *1 |i«r Bottle. For .tie by all DruBgi.tr. At whoMnle by W. F Phillips, II. II. Hay k Co., Portland, an st£2 eo<ily DR. J. K. HI GHER l A A BB rotnro AT EI8 PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, !So. .1 Teni|*le Street, Air UERF. he cun bo eon.nltod prirately, and with ll the utmost confidence by the afflicted, at all hour* daily, from $ A.M. to 9 r. m. Dr. U. Hditrodd*.-* those who are su Hiring under tho affliction of private disease, whether arising lroa Impure connection or the terrible vico of sell-abuse. Devoting his entire time to that particular branch of the medical profession, he li-ol* warranted iu Gi ak* A»Txai»«* a Cuius in all Caskx, w hether of long standing or recently contracted, entirely removing the dregs of disease from tie,* svitsoi, and making a perfect and PEP MAXEXT CP HP. He would call the attention of tho afflicted to tho tact of hie long standing and well earned reputation, furnishing •uffleient a^uranc* of hi* skill and suc » CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Every inf* llie* lit ami thinking person must know that remedies ban-i d out from general nae should have their efficacy « -tablish.ed by well-te-ted expe ri**nce in th* tend* of a regularly educated physi cian, whose preparatory study tits him lor all the dutfc* ho must fulfill; yet the country i« flooded with poor nostrum* anti cure-alls, purporting to b.- the next in the world, whieh are not only useless, but al ways injurious. The unfortunate should b«* paktiu ulak in selecting his physician, as it is a lamentable yet incontrovcrtable fact that many syphilitic i»a tlent* are made miserable with ruined constitution* by malm ittutent from inexperienced physicians In feneral practice: for it i« a point generally coneeded > the best syphilographer*, that the -tudy and man agement of these complaints should engross tho whole time of those who would be competent and successful iu their treatment and cure. The inex perienced general practitioner, having neither op portunity nor time to make himself acquainted with their pathology, commonly pnrrues one system of treatment, iu most cases making an indiscriminate use of that lntkjuatsd and daugerouf weapon, Mer cury. HAVE CONFIDENCE. All who have committed an exoos* ofauvklnd, whetber it be the solitary vice of youth, or the sting ing rebuke of misplaced confidence in uiaturer years, SEEK FOR AX ANTIDOTE IX SEASON. The Paius and Aches, and Lassitude aud Nervous Prostration that may follow Impure Coition, are the Barometer to the whole system. Do not wait for the consummation that is «im* to fol low, do not waif for Unsightly Ulcers, lor Disabled Limbr, for Loss of Beauty and Complexion. HOWMAXY THOUSANDS CAN TESTIFY TO THIS IIY UNIIA PP Y EXPERIENCE. Yon nr Men trembled with eroiesk»r.!> in sleep, a complaint generally the result of a bad habit in youth, treated scientifically, and a perfect cure war ranted or no charge ma<k. Hardly & day pause* but we are consulted by one or more young men with the above disease, robo oi whom are a3 weak am! emaciated an though they had the consumption, and by their friends supposed to have it. All such c‘res yield to the proper and only correct oouree of treatment, and io a abort time are made to rejoice in perfect health. MIDDLE AGED MI N’. There are many men at the* age of 4*> or CO whoare troubled with too frequent evacuations from the bladder, ofte n accompanied by a slight smarting or burniug sensation, and weakening the system in a manner the patient cannot account for. * On exam ining urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often bo i fouini, and sometimes small particle* of seim n or alhutueu will appear, or the color will be of a thin iuilkish hue, again changing to a dark and turbid appearance. There are many in.*n who die oi this difficulty, ignorant of ihe cause, which is the SECOND STAGE OF SEMINAL WEAKNESS, i 1 cau warrant a perfect cure in such oases, and a full and healthy restoration of the urinary organs. Persons who oaauot personally consult the Dr., can do so by writing in a plaiu manner a description of their disease, ami tlie appropriate remedies wiU be forwarded immediately. All correspondence strictly confidential ami will be roturned if desired. Address, UK. J. B. lilUHES, No. 6 Temple St., [corner of Middle] Portland. \ HP >eud Stump lor circular. Eclectic Tlediml Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. DH. HUGHES particularly invite* all Ladies who* need a medical adviser, to call at his rooms, No. ; i J ernple Street, which they will find arranged for ‘ their esoocial accommodation. Dr. H.'a EclecticKcik>* utingMedicinesarcunrival* j led in efficacy and oiperior virtue in regulating all ; fc emaie Irregularities. Their action is specific aad jurtuin of producing relief in a shorftiam. ^ADJEs will flu,i it invaluable lu all cases of oh- j • tructions after all other remedies hsve been tried in ! rain. It is purely vegetable. containing nothing is the least injurious to ’he health, and may betakes with perfect safety a* all times. Bent to any part of the count ry with full directions by addressing DR. HUGHES. Mo. I Temple Street, corner of Middle, Portland. M. B.—LADIES desiring may oonsult one of their »wn sea. A lady of experience in constant attend* U><*. Inn) dftwly MEDICAL. Elixir? Elixir DR. WEIGHT S REJUVENATING ELIXIR! OR. ESSENCE OP LIFE. Prhparkd from PrRx Vmktabl* Extracts, co*TAijrr*o kothiko injurtoca to th* MOST DELI*'AT*. rjlHE Rejuvenating Elixir i> the result of modern discoveries in the vegetable kingdom, beiug an entirely u*w and abstract method of cure, irr -p*^:* tive of all the old and worn-out system*. This* medicine ha* been tested by the most emi nent medical rout of the day, and by them pronounc ed to bo one of the great^t medical discoveries of I the age. One bottle will euro iioneral Debility. A few dote* cure Hysterica in females. One bottle cures Palpitation of the Heart. A few do-e* restore the organs of generation. From one to three bottlea restore* the man lines* and full vigor of yonth. A tew do«€M restore the appetite. Three bottles enro the worst case, of Irapotency. 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-down, and de spairing devotee of lemmal pleasure. I he listless, enervated youth, the overtasked men of business, the victim of nervous depression, tho ndividual suffering from gcueral debility, or from weakness of a singe oryan, will all And immediate and permanent relief by the use of this Elixir or Es sence of Life. d-wjo z* per bottle, or three bottles for $6, and torn ap'ed by Express, on receipt of money, to any address. Sold by all Druggists every where. DR. W H. MEBWIN ft Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS, No. 69 Liberty-**!.. New York. CHEROKEE PILLS! SUGAR COATED. FEMALE REGULATOR, HEALTH PRESERVER, CERTAIN AND SAFE. For the removal of Obstruction*, and the Insuranc of Regularity in the Recurrence of the Monthly Periods. They cure or obviate those numerous disease* tha spring from Irregularity, by removing the irregular ity Itself. They cure Suppressed,Excessive and Painfhl Men struation. They cure Green Sickness (Chlorosis). They enre Nervous and .Spinal Affections, pains in the back and lower part* of the body, Heaviness, Fatigue on slight exertion. Palpitation ot the Heart Lowness of Spirits, Hysteria, Sick Headache, Gid diness, etc., etc. In a word, by removing the Irreg ularity, they remove tho cause, and with it all the effects that spring from it. Composed of simple vegetable extracts, they con* ; tain nothing deleterious to any constitution, how ever delicate—tLeir function being to substitute strength for weakness, which, when properly n*ed, they never fail to do. ‘All letters seeking information or advice will be promptly, freely and discreetly answered. Full directions accompany each box. Price #1 per box, or six boxes for So. Sent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of price. Sold by all respectable Druggists. Dr. W. H. MEHWLN A Co., BOLE PROPRIETORS, No, 51) Liberty-st., New York. f'-btieod&rowly B. P^H. R. i Berrv’s Batholooical HAIR KE.VOY A TOR 13 a standard preparation that has boon thoroughly tested; it* composition i* in strict accordance with hygienic mks art. *c • ntifle principles—is i t tho ephemeral production of a day, but the result ot long and patient study, experiment and research, BUNG A TRUE It monitor and Restorer of Hair In a pathological or dl?ta*ed state to T H I: N ATUR A L C O 1, O H and condition of health, by working upon tho roots sod pupiila-ceoua secretions, supplying the hair with that nutritious Helm ut in which the blood is deficient, and removing the accumulated exces- of dandruff and humor, making a moot Delightful Dressing, well and agreeably perfumed.thus afford ing a desirable article of intrinsic value for the I ol let. It will in ALL CASK* (With the exception of rerg •ged people, where toe roots, genu- and -heaths have all eoan away, or, by reason of a***. become disorganized.) promote a \iw and llcaUlH (■ rtmlh ! Restore the gr*v toil* natural color; stop and /»re reef the hair ratting off—causing it to become moist, to/'t and glossy. It will grudw\Hg darken light and flaxen hair without dyeing it or staining the -kin—being free from silver and other injurious chemical-, ana truly benetuial to the hair iu all its pha-es. TRY IT, and be assured of its superiority over all other preparation*. PREPARED ONLY BY HEXRY A. It Kit It V, Chemist, aU9 1-8 CoifllH 8!r*rt, Porlluid, Me. H. R. HAY, junction Free and Middle street*, Genera! Agent lor Maine. Price per bottle. !3P~sold by Druggist* everywhere. Berry’8 Preservative and Dressing For beautifying and preserving the hair, A «PLEi«DID tOHPul \D, | composed of ykjbtaiilx axTExcTa, containing no i oil or alcohol, chemically combined and highly per j fumed. Price50cent*p«rbottle. jauSCdiy T1HE Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam is the most highly appro veil medicine ever discovered. It Kzs stood the test qf all tests, Time, having had au unprecedented sale of nearly forty ytars. It ia recommended bv our beet physicians, our most emi nent citizens, the J*rets, the Trade, in tact bv all who know It. For certificates, which can be given to almost any extent, sot wrapper* to each bottle. The proprietors wilL cheerfully refund the money it not ent rely satisfactory. Price 50 cent*and IS: the Urge bottles much the cheapest. He careful to get the aenu.ne, which is prepared only by KBED, CUT IKK A CO., Wholesale Druggists, Boston, bold in Portland by dealer* generally. H-. ii. HAY, Druggist, corner Middle and Free street*, Wholesale Agent. deoSisdfn* Maasjrom rne pure uaitams of riruMi, N. H. Downs’s Vegetable Balsemio Elixir. rilHlShom -f,standard old I'ODoi Kkyedv, made .1. in Vermont, has beeu used with entire success for thirty-three vein. It is warrauted as usual lor Coughs, ('olds, WhiHtpina t ough, Crovp, Jsthma, and all diseases <y the Throat, Cke*t and Langs, aud all diseases tending to 0>*9Utnp(ion. We have testimonials from many of the best physi cian- and gentlemen of standing, among whom we mentiou the Hon. Paul Dillingham. Lieut. Gov. ol Vermont; Hon. Bates Turner, late Judge of the Su preme Court or Vermont; Dr. J. B. Woodward, Brigade Surgeon U.B. Army. JOHN V. HENRY ft CO.,Proprietors, Successors to N, H Downs, WiTIBIURT, Vt. RP"Price ‘it. cents, 60 cents, and *1 per bottle. H. II. Hay and J. W. Perkius ft Co., Portland, Me., wholesale agents for Maine rovlU dftViow* Physician tSc Surgeon, W(i COURT STREET,corner of Howard. Boston U* vJ is coitMilled daily from 1" uutil -. and from 6 to H in the evening, on all diseases of the l rinary and Genital Organs, Scrofulous Affections, Humors of all kinds, Sores, Ulcers and Eruptions, Female to in plaints, ft e. An ex|H-ri«*oee of o*»-r tw enty years’extensive practice enabl**s Dr. M. to cure all the most difficult case-. Medicines eutiroly vegeta ole. At>vheFhuk. Mrs. !U., who is thoroughly Ytrsed in the afflictive maladies of the sc.\, can T>e consuiud by ladfc-s. 'Patientsfurnished with board aud experienced nurses. Boston, April 28.1MC3. eodly Copartnership. f|lHK undersigned ba\e this day formed a Co X partnership under the style of Colley, Burn ham & Co., api will coutiuoc the Furniture Lusi u*i*t“ at the old »ta»*d, 3*0* Congreis St. J. C. COLLET, f. W. BUKNHAM. W. H. COLLEY. Portland, March 1st. D >4. inch- d.'w H iiROiK lor Sale. TBKKE Wag<’U> for <alv. Inquire of W. II VINTOH, mohXt 4k wit «4 Ml.cllk 4I,hi' PortJtad MEDICAL. MORE TESTIMONIALS! MRS. MANCHESTER la constantly receiving unsolicited testimonial! ol the attoninhing curu performed by h»r. Among many recently received are the following, which are commended to the notice of the afflicted. Mr- Man chester may be consulted at Ho. 11 Clapp's Block,Room Ho. 5. I A CASK nr APIS Ah D18KA3K CVKKD This It to certify that I went tn see Mr-. Maache*. i ter Inst March with t daojhtcrof mine troubled with : spinal disease. for which aht had been doctored for five years, and by a number ol physicians of all kinds; and she has had twenty-one applications ol ; electricity applied, bn* all to ao effect; but ahe oon ttnually grew worse. I cetne to the conclusion, as the last resort, te go and tee Mrs. Manchester, end did so; end to my great surprise she told me the first ante ot the disease, end how she had been from time to time, which enoouraged me to try her medioiaee. 1 did so, and now my daughter It able to be aronad the house all ot the time. Shealto rides ten or If. teen miles without any trouble or incouveuienoe.and I think in n short time she will be restored to perfect health. Since my daughter has been doctoring, I have heard of a great many cases that Mrs. Manohtt ter has cured. I think if nay person deserves pat. ronage, it Is tbs on* who trie* te preserve the health of theeiok tad suffering; and 1 know that she usee every effort which lies la her power to benefit het patients. Sanaa L. Knisjrre, (isousa Kniswra, Aun .'t. KmonTU, Kuna Insits. ffrsimcic*, Kiist, dwgssf ilk. OXE OP THE UREA TEST CUKES on RECORD. Mas. hircBirrxi—Otar Madam:—Thinking a statement of my es-e may be of service to others similarly afflicted. I hasten to glee ft to yoe. Thle Is briefly my oase—I was taken siok nbont is months ngo wtth tbe Liver Complaint in n very bed form. 1 applied to four different phyiioiens. bat re solved no benefit until I oalled on yon. At that time 1 had given up basiaeee, and was ia a very bad state, bat after taking yoar medloina for a short time 1 be gan to recover, end ia two months I was tatitily wall, and had gained several poands of fleet*, and can truly say that by you skill I am a perfectly heal by man. Jos an Da via B aton f Maim Depot, Portland, Mt. A REMARKABLE CURE OF A CASE OP DEO ST CL HP.ll flT MRS. MAXCUKSTKR. This ia to certify that I have been cured of th s Dropsy of fifteen yean standing by Mrt. Mamhtt trr. 1 have been to physicians in Beaton, Mew fork and Philadelphia. They nil told me that they could do nothing for mo, unices they tapped me, and as sured me that by upping I oould Uva bat a short time. 1 had made up my mind to go home and Uva as long as 1 could with the disease, and then die. On my way home I sUyed oeer night in Portland with a friend of mine, and told them what my mind waa a regard to my diaeaaa. They finally persuaded me to go tad tec Mrs. Manchester. She examined me end told me my case exactly. I wet sd much astonished to think that she told me oorreotly, that 1 told her that I woald take her medi cines, not having the least faith that tbey wonld me any good, or that I should get the slightest relief from any course whatever; finally 1 took the medi cine end went home, la out week from the time I commenced taking the medicine, 1 had over three fallen* of water pass me in seven hours; and my fel low aufir rers may he assured that it was a great relief to me. 1 had not been able to Ue down in bed at night before this for two years. Mow I can Ue down with perfect ease. 1 heve teken her medicine for eight months, and sa as well ns any man oould wtoh to be, and no signs of dropsy. I would advise all that are sick to go and oonsnlt Mrt. Mamchttltr, even It tkey have been giren up by other phy sicians. I have sent her a number of cases ef other dieeesee, and she has cured thorn also. Go and for jour selves. 1 had no feith, bnt now my fkith cannot be * baked la her skill la telling and oaring , disease. Cbablb* 8. Habbob, Sabas K. Habbob, Mabt A. Habbob. it—for, Mont, April Id. Ovbiub Uuuas—Pro* 3 A. M.tlU I P. M. ibcIT lofeoattlad WISTAR'S BALSAM ! wILD CHE K RY IIA * BBCar USED FOB 5 K ABLY Ifl A 1. F A C K X T I R V , with the mod astonishing: aucef-i in curing Coughs, Cold*, Hkhinensss, Sore Throats, In Mu• 'nzn. U hooping < lYoup, JArer 1 'o in plain! Hrimifitis, XMrir* cutty of Breathing, Asthma k 'very AftcUom of The Throat, Langs and Chest, ik< Lroivo ivn comnpiio.v. There i« «earc«ly one individual in \ th* community who wholly escaped I ££&!> <# VsB daring a «eft*on,frum tome • bo, how I mTAt .S^ twler^r developed, of the above ' ‘•ympioms— an<-rl*ctof which migh ]b*ad to Hi,? la-t named, ami mo i to Jr»-a«i**-i di«*-a* • :n t!i<* whole cata logue. The power of the " median, 1 turn” of the Wild i berry Tree oxer - cla- oi complaint- is well known; Py so great is the good it ha* performed, - ftotmwT.ZJT'' the popoiarity it baa acquired. In this preparation, besides t\s ■ uJr^virtues qf the Cherry, there art commingled with itv iher ingredients of like ralne thus inerasing its mine te* foUi, and forming a 1 Remedy tryose power to soothe, to heal, to reJi re, . and to car* distast, xiets in no othf r m- dicin' yti discovered. Hon. RUFUS K. GOOD ENOW, Formerly a in* nber of Coacmi from Maine, ha* kindly permitted u* to use his testimony in favor of R {star's Balsam by the following certification. ' forwarded through Dr. Ku.-t, of South I'ari*. 1 have tried WiarAS’e Balsam of Wild Cbkb j by for an exceedingly troublesome rough, lb# eflect wa* all tliat conn) bo d.-*ir*d. The uao of less ; than oue bottle relieved me entirely. Among gieat rarefies ol medicims which ! have ti*-d, 1 have I found none to equal *• R’istar's.” It* curative propertiee in case- of couch, 1 regard a> invalaal 1c. tt . <J. HOODKKOW. From It. FELLOWS, M. I*. Hill, N. II., Nor. 3,1$60. 8. W. Fowle 4 Co.,— Although 1 have generally a srreat objection !o patent medicines, lean but say in justice to Da. Wi*T\n*H Baliax or Wild Cukhky, that it is a remedy of .superior value for Pulmonary Diseases. I have made use of this preparation for « verai years, and it ha* proved to be very reliable and effi cacious in the treatment ol severe and long-s anding couuhs. I know of one patient, now in oomfortable health, who has taken this remedy and who, nut for it« u-e, 1 consider would not.uow be living. K. FELLOWS, M. P. From F. T. Ql’lMH 1, .1/. A. Principal qf the Ipsvitch AppUton Aca<l»my " Kiw Ir* witch. N. H., Oct. 4,1W0. Messrs. 8 W. Fowl* 4 to.— ticnilemen,—1 his ceitities that for more than four teen year* 1 have trvqutnth need Dm, Wistar’s Balsam of Wild C«kumy, for t oughs, fW./i, and Sore Throat, to which I, in common with the rest ©f mankind, am subject, aud it sire.- me pleasure to say that 1 consider it th© very beat remedy n»r such cases, with which 1 am acquainted. 1 should hardly kuow how to do without it. KWpectftally yours, K. T. QUIMBY. Mr DJI. ft AGUE, of Turner Village, Write* the proprietor* cl this great remedy as follow a ; — Tra.NER Villaob, Mr., Julv SI, I960. Messrs. 8. W. Foi lb * Co . Boston. Gents: 1 do not hesitate to recommend Pa. WitTAR’i* Balsam or Wild (.hurry, for coughs and pulmonary u]t <•tious, having used it in my family for many >*»rf with gnat satistaction; in deed it ha* don<- more good than all the other ren e di©*» I have tried, and their names I* legion. If all the patent medicines iu the market po***Ai*d but a portion of the merit of this excellent Balaiu, there would be Bo occasiouto eomiemu them as humbugs. This medicine is «No used by mam- <»t my tneudu and acquaintance* in this town, and they have found it invaluable; and I hope that others « ho salfcr, may give it a trial. ^ ours r- qxv tfallv P. H. lEAtil F. FV'on a Highly t:**p ctahle Merchant. , Falmsttr, Mb.. Aug. 10,196>. Messrs. 8. W. Fow lk 1 Co.,— Gents:—For a long time I have *nii« r >d more or leas with that ili*trt e dug affiction—Phi tty sic— in its worat forms, and have resorted to various so-cal bet remedies, but to no purpose as affording the d* tired relief. JVprived of mr sleep bv reason of the se verity of I Ik* di«es-e it was only loo evident that 1 was fast breaking down under it. 1 restored to Pa. Wistab’s Balsam or Wild ibuuv with hut little coniidence as to its curative properties. but the use of one bottle has < ntirely rid me of this monster; and to the public 1 eau salelv comm, mi it •a every way worth? their con ride no’. . Moat rcspectfally. 8.1. MERRILL. Wlstard'* Balaam of Wild Cli^rry • is rnrriRtn Bv 8itb W Fowl* k Co., Boston, qi ^)mMtst» »n.l n«L'.r« In XmIIoIdm.

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