Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, April 8, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated April 8, 1864 Page 4
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POETRY. Written for the Pres 9. Dawning ol Ficodom# As break* the orient beams of morn, Wheu night it* fable wing* have ctafed, And nature, hailing it* return, Burst* forth afresh from it* repose, So from our country * darkest night, Dawn* forth the rays of holy light, Uudimmed by traitor a hand; But brighter, purer for the strife. That save* our noble land. As melts the icy fetters slow, Beneath the warm aud gentle rain, And lets the bouudiug rivers How, So melt* the bondman's heavy chain. The eagle soars on prouder wing*, O'er hill-tops where the echo rings Back to the sea again— And higher while each patriot's voice Joiua in the awelHng strain. The wintry hour* have glided by, The Spring has brought the glad release; 80 wait we till the battle-cry Close with the soothing notes of peace. Peace, lasting peace ’ thy name shall be Our watch-word joined with liberty For ages to come; While th' <Jod of peace shall seal our land, Bright freedom 's chosen home. 1‘akrik A. Hamblin. Portland, March. 1804. MISCELLANY. Kitty Bragg’s Husband. “Mercy on us! What lias happened to your lather? Run out quick, Charlie, aud open the gate. What is the matter' John? You are as white as a sheet." “Kitty, I'm drafted!" In place of falling to crying aud mo&niug, as is the fashion with some of our women, Kitty Bragg laid her baud heavily on her husband’s shoulder. “John, I'm ashamed of you! If you were a child, 1 would give you a good shaking. Compose yourself, before Charlie comes lu—1 would uot have him think bis father was a coward!” “That la a hard word, Kitty.” “I know it, John, but the case demands it. I would not have you lowered In our boy's sight. Now John Bragg let you aud I talk tense; let us reasou the matter together. Tou are a good inau, John—a husbaud aud a good father. You are a brave man, too, des pite your trembling nerves' 1 kuow what ail* you, John. You are physically nervous at the report of tlre-aruis or the sight ol blood. You have spent your life pouring over books, and never tried to overcome the weakness. But you can overcome it aud must.” This “must was said smilingly. “I must, indeed, for the die is cast’ aud there is no escape. 1 do not think it is want of courage; and 1 am sure my heart glows for my country. You know Kitty 1 have given freely of my poor means; but when ever I think of going to battle, this strange tremor assails me, and I am reduced to the weakness of a child. I shall he disgraced, X know. Don’t you wish you had a braver husband, Kitty? I wouldu’t blame you.” But Kitty did not hear. She sat by the kitchen hearth, leaning her brown bauds on the jamb of the hugh old-fashioned chimney. Her thoughts at last formed themselves into the words— “I verily believe, John, it is a thing you cannot help. It is not your misfortune, not your fault. Let us sell the place. Joe Mar tin will give you live hundred dollars for it, and then you can get a substitute. We can rent the little red house on the Murry farm, and then—” “Haver, Kitty! Talk no more; I would, in deed, be a coward then. What! deprive my loved ones of a home to save myself trom hardships? Never, never! It is not my life lam afraid of; It is just the din of battle aud the dreadful carnage. I will go, my dear wife and you must help me to be brave and do my duty.” The morning came at last that the dratted were to join their regiment.—There were many a tear shed by wives, mothers and ■liters; but Kitty Bragg shed none—she had other work to do—She stood talking with John at the end ot the platform. “My little Bible is in your knapsack, John. Head it often. Whenever you feel that trembling coming over you, Joliu, pray; just pray to God, and he will strengthen you. I know He will.” “God bless you, Kitty! you are the best wife ever a poor man had.” She lifted up her mouth for a kiss; but the white lips were mule—for the life of her she could not have spoken. The train moved otr, and Kitty went home. She shuddered as she crossed her doorstep. The clock ticked more lonely than she had ever heard it, aud all seemed like desolation Kitty sat down in her little sewing chair and wept like a child. Charlie came in, his face all aglow and Ills eyes flashiug. “What! mother crying? Why, I think it is a glorious thing to raise one’s arm for one’s country—a thing to die for,” he said, rather dreamily. "Yes, my dear sou, it is glorious; but it is •ad,too. I would not call him back; but 1 will be lonely.” Charlie went off to school iu the morning, and she was left alone all day—Broken ejacu lations often escaped Kitty’s lips—prayers for the safety and “streugthing” of her husband, ontll at last it became a habit. One Saturday,as she was baking and churn ing as usual her heart was full of prayer for ; her husband. ‘•O, God! strengthen poor John, and let him not flinch in the day of battle.—Charlie, bring me tome more chips; for the (ire won’t burn.” A neighbor, who was standing on the door step, smiled at the mingling ol prayer and business. “Have you heard the news, Kitty ?” The fear that John had deserted or done something cowardly took all her strength away, and she sank dowu faintly on a chair. "What is it, Mary?” “Why, they had a riot in cauip.—Some ol the men deserted, and some mutined, and John—Bless me, Kitty, but your milk's boil lfig over! There I put it ou the back grid dle.” “What about John, Mary ?” “Why, John was the only one in his com pany that stood firm all through.—He was as brave as a lion, though some of the half crazy fellows threatened to shoot him if lie did not join them. He iuflunced our boys to be quiet and do their duty. lie told them it would only be for a little while; that after a while they would have a better camp aud batter rations.” Kitty was crying for joy—that the first news of John should be good “Jacob laid in his letter that he said to John, after the fuss— “John, how could you ho so brave aud Arm when there was so much coufusiou, aud those fellows had their bayonets pointed at you?" “Tour John replied— “Jacob, I came here to do my duty, and I am determined to do so; aud, besides, how could a man go back from tins right path with such a woman as my Kitty at home proving for me ?” Thla made Kitty’s tears flow faster; hut they were joyful tears. All young men who fear the draft, go and find a wife like Kitty Bragg. FASHIONABLE^ CLOTHING ! ADC}. F. YORK, Merchant Tailor, Having taken the elegant and commodious store NO. 104 MIDDLE STREET coa»*K or flu*, Invites the attention or Gentlemen to his rich in voice of Foreign and domestic Cloths for Spring and Summer wear, all of which have Just been selected from the largest and bent stocks in Mew York and Bo ton, and will be mud** up to order and with despatch in the latest styles—A r//, MATCHED SUITS, COATS, PASTS or VESTS, as may be desired. FURNISHING GOODS In great variety, and auited to the tastea of all, con stantly on Laud. FRESH HOODS RECEIVED EVERT WEEK. 104 MIDDLE STREET. Portland, March 1,1884. eodtojun l ————i w———a—— FOR SALE & TO LET. Desirable Farm for Sale. THE subscriber offers for salo a very valuablo real estate, situated in the pleasant village of Free* fort, containing about 28 acres of good laud, with a wo*story dwelling house, out-huildiugs, stable aud barn, all in good repair. The above was the home stead of the late J. W. Mitchell. It has a front od the country road from Portland to Brunswick, of about 50 rods, with rear line ou Portland If Kenne flee Railroad. the building* are finely located, and afford a de lightful prospect of scenery. It is within five min utes walk from station of said railroad, village stores, meeting-houses, schools, Ac. It has a large old orchard, containing varieties of apples, pears, Ac. Also abuudauce of gardcu fruits. Cuts about teu tons of hay yearly, is finely watered by an brook springs, Ac. lias a flue row oj old shade elm trees ou the county road; aud, to gether, embraces such perior advantages for the purchaser, that those wishing to buy are ini ited to call aud examine tor themselves. Will exchange for good city or vessel property. Apply to J. A. MUCH ELL, ou the premises, or W W HARRIS, 145 Commercial Street, Portland. Freepoat, March 16, 1-64. mch!8 eodlm VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Good Location for a Hotel. M That valuable and centrally located House and Lot, No. 31 India street, for so mauy years owned and occupied by General Samu el Fessenden, is ottered for sale. The Lot G 70 feet on India street, extending back 171 feet—containing nearly 12 000 feet ot land. 1 he House is three storied, is in good repair, aud con tains fifteen rooms, besides mauy closets and other conveniences; has gas fixtures throughout; it also has a large flow of PUKE AQUEDUCT WATER, which is very desirable; also a large Wood House and Barn. This a good piece of property upon whiob to malce improvements. It may be fitted for a RIRS1 CLASS BOARDING HOUSE, or a SECOND CLASS HOTEL. Its noar 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 any me* ohaniQppr other person having means, by the erec tion ori'enemens, its large depth affording ample •paoe tor a block of eight or ten buildinga. For farther particulars enquire of WM. H. JERRI3, Argus Offioe Portland. Dec. 8.1868. decll MWF i FOR SALE. A PLEASANT Country Seat, at New Gloucester, Lower Corner. The stand formerly occupied by F. k ertou, as a Home School, is offered for sale. The house and ell, both two stoiy, the latter new, coutaiu titeen finished rooms, a gcod cellar, and an abundance of pure, soft water, wood house and sta ble connected. The place is adorned with shade and ornamental trees and shrubbery, c inmandsa beau tiful prospect, is situated iu a good community, aud is but an hours ridelrom 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.) Price 81700. For further information apply to F. Y eat on, Frye burg Me., Seth Haskell, near the premises, or ALBION KEITH, 139 Middle Street. feb26 8tawtf Portland. ▲ D««lrnbl« Farm For Sale. Pleasantly situated in Westbrook, six miles from Portland ,ui ar Pride's Bridge, on the road leading from Falmouth to Saccarappa -cmitain I _Ting oue hundred acres, suitably di vided into tillage, pasture and woodland. A plenty of ing orcharding apple and pear trees just come in' rearing, of the Dest varieties. The soil is mort ly clay loam, 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 ings, and an abundant supply of excellent water. Terms easy. For farther information inquire ol the subscriber on the premises. ABIJAH HAWKES, mch2G dfcw2w# Stevens Plains Post Office. For Sale. The Hotel known as the “ Union House.” Harnswell, Great Island, very finely situa ted tor a Summer Resort. The boose is nearly new, has twenty-two j__Jrooms, a large hall, piazza above and below, and is in good repair. Connected with the house is a good stable. This property will be sold low. Apply to Robert Watson on the premises, or to Dana * Co.. Commercial Street, Portland. mchltieodBw* Farm for Sale. IN Cape Elizabeth, 2j miles from Portland Bridge, about 100 acies of well proportioned mowing tillage Pasture, wood and timber. About COO cords hard and soft wood. Cuts 40 tons Lav, Baru most new, §8 by 60, Lumber lor 1J Story house—on the direct road to Portland, exteading 50 rods back, well located to cut into ten acre lots, aud will be if reoueesed. Fcuecs stone wall mostly new. Price f 75 per acre, 25 per cent cash; balance can remain a number of years secured by mortgage. For par ticulars enquire of SCOTT DYER. mch30 d4m For Sale or lo Let. A FINE Country Seat on Back Cove road, front ing the City and about two milos therefrom, with Garden and Orchard, sixteen acres of laud, a large Brick House with twelve finished rooms, a large Barn and Chaoe House. 1 his property is as desir able a location for a genteel residence, or a public hous? as is to he found within tue vicinity of Port laud. It will be sold low on a long te;m of credit for the greater part of the purchase, or leased for a term of years. MUSES GUI LD, 74 Middle St. mctil? 6w For Sale, fA Thu three story dwelling-house No.22 Brown Street, containing thirteen modern finished 111 rooms including Bath room, Range, Furnace ""and Gas Fixtures, with plenty of closet room. Terms easy. Unless previously disposed of at private sale, it will be sold at auotiou on the 27th day of April next. J. T. SMITH. Inquire of J. E. FERNALD, or GEORGE WAT ERIiOUSE, mch21 dtoap!27 For Sato. A SQUARE block of land, of about 7800O acres of wood land, on the south side of the river St. Lawrsuce, in Canada East. It is intorceeded by two considerable rivers with eligible Mill sits. Well wooded with every description of timber, such as Line and spruce in large quantities, aud maple, erch, beech, tamarac and bass wo*d toauy amount. Enquire of U. T. MACH IN, Portland. Portland, Feb. 1864. feb26eodtf ■iwuiff: iui gttiv • A three story dwelling house with brick basement, situated ou the corner 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 Insurance Company, 102 Middle .Street, or to N. F. DEKRING. mclil5 dtf No. 3 Exchange St. For Male or to Let. CLIFF COTTAGE, containing over JO rooms,large stable and sheds—situated two and one-half miles from Portland, and the finest situation in Cape Elisabeth for a wa U \ tering place, and summer boarders. For particular* enquire of GEO. OWEN, ap7 dtf 81 Winter Street. Portland. For Male or to Let. THH three story store, ou W’idgery s wharf, next below P. F. Varnum’s, thoroughly built, tuita ble for corn and flour. Terms of payment easy. If not sold immediately will be leased on favorable terms. Apply to JOS. H. WHITE, aprC d2w* Wharfeuger. Union W’harf. Real Estate for Male. 11 HE three Story Brick House* and Lot, No. 54 Cumberland St. Ihe house contain* twelve well finished room*. Bathing room, hot and cold water, Furnace, Gay*, and all other conveniences of a first class house. Good Stable. Enquire of SOUTHARD A WOODBURY, mch22dtf 78 Commercial Street. For Sale. A ONE anil a half story House, brick baaeinont, ou W atliiugton .treet, now occupied by Mr. Surah Morse, lot 60 by loo feet. For partiejilars, enquire of Olivku Gbbbihh, Cuaklkb Fob-bb or JOHN FUKINGTON, No. 1«3 Fore St. mch28 4w $1,800! A small dwelling house, with land sufficient for a good gardeu, located in the upper part of the city, will be sold for the above amouut. Apply to PRENTISS LORING, Portland, March 7. dtf Dally Pres* office. Salt a Kooiu to Let. A spacious and desirable Sale* Boom to let on the second floor in the new EVANS BUILDING, on Middle St., if applied for immediately. WARREN SPARROW, me bo dtf No. 74 Middle St., eor. Exchange. To Let. THE rooms over the strre of the subscriber,oorner ot Fore and Exchange streets, now occupied by Stephen Berry as a printing office. Possession given 1st of January. Apply to dec29 dtf BKNJ. FOGG. To Lot. STORE now occupied by us. Possession given immediately. Also, a Front Office in Hanson Block. j-Rtf_H.J, LI BBEY A CO. For Hale at a Karenin. AOKK aud half story Home, ou I.ayfayetto St., Lot 44 by 93. 4 »r particulars enquire of DRAKE & DAVIS, mehl8 lined 880 Cong res* Street. STOKE TO LET. THE very eligible Store now occupied by Mr. E. E. Litile, nude* Mechanics Hail, is to be leased for a term ot three or five years. Enquire of feb26 iseodtf G. L. UAfLE Y, 42 Exchange , St To be Let. STORES Nos. 129 and 135 Commercial Street. Possession given immediately. For terms ap ply at No. 46 Park street. mcbjl dim RAILROADS. lNAINE CENTRAL RAILROAD. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. naattgjj Train, leave Portland, Grand Trunk Station, for Lewiston and Auburn, at 7.40 a. w. For Bangor and Intermediate stations at 1.10 r.M. RE1 URNING—leavo Lewiston at 6.30 a m., and arrive in Portland at 8.30 am. Leave Bangor at 7 36 A. M., and arrive In Portland at 2 00 r. M. Both these trains oonnoct at Portland with trains for Boston. Freight train leaves Portland at 8 A.K., and re turning is dueInPortland at 1 r.M. Stages connect with trains at principal stations, daily lor moat of the towns North and East ot this line. C. M. MORSE,Sup t. Waterville, November, 186*. deol4 PORTLAND AND KENNK11KC K. 11. . Portland to Skowhegan. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Oommenoing Nov. 0, 1863. 3HHE Passenger Trains will leave daily, (Sundays excepted) as follows: Leave Portland for Bath, Augusta and Skowhegan at 100 P.M. * Leave Skownegau for Augusta, Bath, Portland, Boston and Lowell at 8 86 A. M. Freight Trains, Portland and Skowhegan daily. B. 11. CUSHMAN,Superintendent. Alguta. Nov., 1863. jaul tf GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY Of punuda. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. nmamoMMp On and uilc-r Monday, Nov. 9, 1863, trains will run daily, (Sundays except ed) uutll further notice, as follows: Up Trains. Leave Portland for South Paris at 7.40 a. M. For Island Pond at 1.10 r. m. Down Trains. Leave Island Pond for Portland, at * a. m. Leave Sonth Paris for Portland at 6.46 A. M. The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding *60 in value, and that per sonal, unless notice is given, and paid tor at the rata of one passenger for every #600 additional value. C. J. BRYDGES, Managing Director. H. BAILEY, Superintendent. Nov. 4, 1868. novS PORTLAND, SACO A PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. WINTER ARRANGEMENTS, Commencing Nov. 2d, 1863. CRHHHRE1 Paseenger Trains will leave the Sta tion, canal street, daily, (Sundays ex 0spied i us loltows: Leave Portland for Boston, at 8.46 a. m. and 2.80 r. m. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.30 a m and 2 30 r. m. Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.00 A. m. and 6.00 r. m. These train* will take and leave passengers at wav stations. Freight trains leave Portland and Boston daily. E'RANCIS CHASE, Superintendent. Portland, Oct. 30,1863. oc31 edtf _STEAMBOATS. International Steamship Company. Eastport, Calais & St John. TW O Till PS PEW WEEK. On and after Muudav, March 28, the auperior ace-going Summer NEW BRUNSWICK, Capt. Eb. i» . , ‘ Winchester, will leave Itailruad Wharl, toot of btatc Street, every Monday at 6 o'clock T. M.. and the Steamer NEW ENGLAND Capt. E. Field, every Thursday ate o’clock 1*. m’ for aaatport and St. John, N. B , connecting at St* John with ateamer Fltnporor for Rigby, Wiudsorand Halifax and will, the E. A N. A. Railroad lor She diac and all way station*. Returning, will leave St John every Monday and Thursday at 8 o’clock A. M., for Eastport, Portland and Boston. Stave coaches connect with steamer at F. us I port for Mach las. Freight for Calais will bo forwarded by Failing ves sels for the present. Thiougli tickets procured of the Agents and Clerk on board Steamers. Freight received Mil 4 o’clock P. M.. Mondays and Thursday*. mchSti dtf C.C. KATON, Agent. Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. CABKTING TUB CANADIAN A U. 8. MAILS. Passengers Booked to Londonderry, Glasgow and Liverpool. RSTURK TICKSTS O RANTED AT REDUCED RATES. . Tbe steamship North American,Capt. ^ Wylie will sail from this port for Liver on SATL’KDA V, April 2d, im tcSSBBaSStmediately alter the arrival of the Train 01 the previous day from Montreal. Passage to Londonderry, Glasgow and Liverpool —Cabin (according to accommodation) #60 to *80; Steerage, I3U. Payable in gold or its equivalent. For Freight or Passage Apply to * a,™ . iu. U. A A. ALLAN, No. 6 Grand Trunk Railroad Paesengei Depot To be succeeded by the steamship Hibernian on the ICthol April. Pori land and Boston Line. the steamers Forest City, Lewiston and Montreal a - W1U, until farther notice, ran as follows: Leave Atlantic Wharf, Portland, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and k nday, at 7 o’clock P. 11., and India Wharf, Boston, •very Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and kridav, at 6 o’clock P. M. Fare in Cabin.*i 50 " on Deck. 1.25 Freight taken as usual. The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding $60 in value, and that person al, unless notice is given and paid for at the rate of one passenger for every *600 additional value. Feb. 18,1888. dtf L. BILLINGS, Agent. Portland and New York Steamers SEMI-WEEKLY LINE. The splendid and fart Steamships ^sj^SSfcfc "LOCUST POINT.” Capt.. Willittt, “POTOMAC,” Captain Shbu K^BBbwuod, will,until farther notice, ran as follows: Leave Browns Wharf, Portland, arery WEDNES DAY, and SATURDAY, at 4 P.M.. and leave Pier • North River, New York, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY,at*o'clock. P M. These vessels are fitted np with Hue accommodations for passengers, making this the most speedy, safe and oomfortable route for tmvellera between New York and Maine. Passage *7,00, including Fare and State Booms. Goods forwarded by this line te and from Montreal, Quebec, Bangor, Bath, Augusta, Eaatport and St. John. Shippers are requested to send their freight to the steamers aaearly as I P. M., on the day that than leave Portland. For freight or passage apply to EMERY A FOX, Brown’s Wharf, Portland. H . B. CROMWELL A CO.. No. 8« West Street, new York. Deo. «.18«a. dtf HORTICULTURAL, ALI, ORDERS FOR fftIB, SHRLBS, PL'IWKICS I H0BT1CILTIBAL WUBK. such as laying out of grounds, building graperies, furnishing vines, Ac., Ac , can be leR at the TEA STORE, 135 MIDDLE STREET WM.S. WARD, Elmwood Nursery. mc!i21 eoddw* Dissolution. TIIK copartnership heretofore existing under the firm style of PHINNEY A CO . is this day dis solved by mutual consent. “The affairs of'he late concern will be settled at K. A. Howard’s, uuder Lancaster Hall, by U. M. I'binney " Having this day sold to S'uart A Co. our stock in trudo, we would cordially recommend them to our friends aud former patrons as worthy their patron, age and confidence. PHINNEY A CO. Copartnership. ritllE undersigned have this day formed a copart X nership under the ttrmslyle of STUART A CO., and will continue the Stove aud Furnace business n ail branches at the old stand, No. 171 Middle •‘foot- CHARLES H. STUART, Jamil dtf D. H. STEVENS. DiriKO Insurance Company. fit HE undersigned being five of the persona named X in the Act of Incorporation of the Dirigo In surance Company, hereby notify a meeting of said Corporation at thu Rooms of the Board of Trade on Thursday, April7th, ut 4 o'clock. 1*. M , to decide upon the acceptance of the Act of Incorporation, aud for the purpose of organizing the said Company A. K. SHURTLKFF. KBF.N STEEL. JOSEPH HOWARD. D W. CLARK. WM. CHASE. The subscribers to the Stock of said Company, are requested to meet at the same lime aud place. Portland, March,38. mcli28 dtd. Steam Power to Kent. ROOMS with 8team power can be bad. by appli cation to JTl. WINSLOW, 0 Union St. apr2 8w Butter. »TK TUBS Butter, for Sale by J.M. Knight A Son, to No. 2 Lime 8treet. Portland, March 38,1M4. moli38 dtf _MEDICAL. 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It has been practiced iu Florida and elsewheie with undoubted benefit.” Mts® Dix, at the head of the Hospital Depart ment Washington, writes : 4,I would again, at this period, say that your VJuinine Tonic is used, aud that several Surgeons ol KigimenU much approve of it.” Capt. WaltkbS. Sax peon, qf the V. S. Army, •ays: “The Bitters did an immense amount of good among the men under my command ; as, for instance, a number of sore throat, 01 diarrhta,. of dy solitary and chills and fever, were cured by it.” Surgeon Gen. Wx. J. Dalb says: “I esteem it an invaluable remedy in various forms of debility,” Ice. Bold Dyall Druggist*, AND CHAS. H. ATWOOD. 19 Central Street, Boston, PROPRIETOR. fob 19 eod 3m Female STRENGTHENING COIAL. This Medicine is of long tried efficacy for correct ing all disorders incidental to the teminiue aex. 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No woman .if she knew the great valueof this strength ening Cordial would fail to use it.” I have received numerous testimonials from diff erent parts of the country wbero used. Knowing the good it is capable of doing, I w 11 warrant e> ery I bottle of my “Cordial” to be satisfactory iu Us re sults. The following symptoms indicate those affections j in which the Female Strengthening Cordial ha* < proved invaluable: Indisposition to Exertion, Wakefulness, L'm asi ness, Depression of Spirits, Trembling, Loss of Pcwer, Pain in the Back, Alternate chills, and Flushing of Heart, Dragging Sensation at the Lower Part of the Body, Headache, Languor, Ach ing Along the thighs, Intolerance or Light and 8ouud, Pale Countenance, Derangement ot die Stomach and Bowels, Difficult Breathing, Hysteria, Ac., Ac. It is a specific remedy in all Uterine Diseases, Chlorosis ot Green hickness, Irregularity. Painful ness, Profuse or Suppression of Customary Dis charges, Ix‘ucorrha*a or Whites, Scirrhus or Ulcer ate 8tat*- ot the Uterus, Sterility, Ac. No better Tonic cau possibly be put up than this and none less likely to do harm, and it is compose J wholly of vegetable agents, and each as we have known to be valuable, and have used for many yeais. PRICE, One Dollar Per Bottle. Sold by Druggist* generally. Be sura and get that prepared at the New England Botanic Depot. 106 Uauover St. Boston. GEo. W. 8 WRIT, M. D., Proprietor. H. II. HAY, Agent, Portland* mch8 eodfim IMPORTANT NOTICE. Great Fire in West Meiiden Ct. VALENTINE & BBTLEB’S Alum Patent Fire Proof Safe TRIUMPHANT . AT the great lire in West .Meriden, Conn., on the 8th lust., Messrs. Valentine & Butler’s Alum Pateut Fire aud Burglar Proof 8*fe was subjec’ed to one of the most severe tests on record. I he sale was subjected to a red hot heat for m arly fourteen hours, aud delivered up its contents iu perfect oroer, saving nearly TUI 11T f THOUSAND DOLLARS worth of property to the owners The contents of two other Safes, of other makers, and statding with in THREE FEET of the Alum Pateut, were kktiuk LY DKcTUOYED. Samples of the money and papers taken from the Safes destroyed, also those taken from the Alum Pateut, have been forwarded by mail, and can be aeen at the Hardware store of H. Warren Laucev, ft Co., ou Lime Street. Valentine k Butler, Alum Patent Fire, aud Bur glar Proof Safes have beeu tested in over TWO HUNDRED accidental tires within the last thirteen years, aud in wo instance have they kvku failed to preserve their contents troiu the attacks of either lire or burglar. Parties iu in ed of a reliable Fire and Burglar Proof Security, will do well to give this matter a careful investigation before purchasing. Messrs. Thomson k Co., of New Haven, Conn., are the Agents for the sale of these Safes in the New England States aud refer by permission to the fol lowing parties iu Portland who have recently pur chased the Alum Pateut of them: Portland Gas Light Co ; C. C. Mitchell k Son ; P. k F. A R. R. Co.; Cleveland k Osgood; Daniel Window k Sou; Rutus E. Wood, Jksq ; Hobbs, Chase ft Co.; E. Clark, M. D ; Josiah Burleigh, Eso.; W. W. Hilton, Esq.; H. M. Paysou, Esq.; A. F. lork. Esq.; and many others. Certificates giving further particulars iu relation to the late lire, wilfbe published in a few davs. mchlodlm* T it Co. THE BEST! (tc-o potted. THE Photograph Galleries, No. 80 Middle street, Portland, having been thoroughly refitted and supplied with all the latest improvements, are now open for the accommodation ot the public. The proprietor is prepared to supply his former customers aud all who may give him a call, with pic tures of every description, executed in the best man ner aud at reasonable prices. B^" Particular attention given to copying. A. S. DAVIS, Proprietor. Portland, July 80,1863 dtf Notice. A meeting of tbe stockholders of the Islapd Pond Copper Mining Company w ill be he'd at island Pond, Vermont, a' the office of J. W. Davis, Kgq., on Friday, the 15th day of April. 1864, at 10 o’clock A. M., ior the purpose of altering By-Laws, and considering a proposition lor the sale of the proper ty of the Company preparatory to some new organ ization for working the mine, and doing any other legal busim •*. N. O iCRAM, u»oh81 oaw’iw President. MEDICAL. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! TIE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! ARE BETTER THAN ALL Pills, Powders dr Quack Preparations. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! -ARB Sure to do Goodand canuot do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! The Great Female Remedy LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARK IIKTTKR THAN ALL PILLS.POWDRRS f QUACK PRKPARATIOSS LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARE SURE TO IiO GOOD AND CANNOT UO HARM. LyonPeriodical Drops THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’8 Periodical Drops' ARK BETTER THAX ALL PILLS, POWDERS AS/) QUACK MKDICISES. Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are Sure to do (iood ami ounnot do Li arm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Great Female Remedy. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS ARK IIKTTKR THAR ALL Pills, Powder# and Quack Preparations. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS 8UKK TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO IIA KM Lyon’s Periodical Drops THE OHEAT FEMALE REMEDY - Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are better than all Pill*, Powder*, And Quack Preparations. Lyon’s Periodical Drops, -ark Sure to do Good and cannot do Harm. Price, 91 per Bottle. For «ale bj til Druxgtet*. At wholesale by W. ¥ Phillip., H. 11. Hay k Co., Portland. bok23 eodly DK. J. U. UVVMEN CAW BB ITOCHD AT BIB PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, No. 5 Temple Street, WHERE he can be consulted privately, and with the utmost confidence by toe afflicted, at all hours daily, from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Dr. U. addresses those who are suffering under the affliction of private disease, whether arising irom impure connection or the terrible vice of sell-abuse. Devoting bis entire time to that particular branch of the medical profession, he feels warranted in Guar antkjjino a Cuuk in all Casks, whether of long standing or recently contracted, entirely removing the dregs of disease from the system, and making a perfect and PERMANENT CURE. He would call the attention of the afflicted to the fact of his long standing and well earned reputation, furnishing sufficient assurance of his skill and suc cess. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Every intelligent and thinking person mast know that remedies handed out from general use should have their efficacy established by wel 1-tested expe rience iu the hands of a regularly educated physi cian, who«e preparatory study fits him lor all the duties be must fulfill; yet the couutry is flooded with boor nostrums and cure-alls, purporting to be tho best in the world, which are not only useless, but al ways injurious. The unfortunate should be partic ular iu selecting his physician, as it is a lamentable yet incontrovertable fact that many syphilitic pa tients are made miserable with ruined constitution# by maltreatment from inexperienced physicians in general practice; for it is a point generally conceded, by the best synhilographers, that the study and man agement of these complaints should engross the 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, coramouly pusrues one system of treatment, iu most cases maxing an indiscriminate U6e of that antiquated and dangerous weapon. Mer cury. HAVE CONFIDENCE. All who have committed an excess of any kind,* « whether it he Iht* Nolit«rv vi.-** nt vnuth nr tl.n 1 Ing rebuke of misplaced confidence iu maturer years, SKRK loR AX AXTIDOTK IX SKASOX. The Pains and Aches, and Lassitude and Nervous Prostration that may follow Impure Tuition, are the Barometer to the whole system. Do not wait for the consummation that is sure to fol low, do not wait for Unsightly Ulcers, for DisabloJ Limbs, for Loss of Beauty and Complexion. HOW MANY THOUSANDS CAN TESTIFY TO THIS B Y UNHAPPY EXPERIENCE. Young Men troubled with emhtdoKs in sleep, a complaint generally the result of a bad habit in youth, treated scientifically, aud a perfect cure war ranted or no charge made. Hardly a day passes but we are consulted by one or more young in*n with the above disease, some of whom are as weak and emaciated as though they had the consumption, and by their friends supposed to have it. All such c loot yield to the proper and only correct course of treatment, and iu a short time are made to rejoice in perfect health. MIDDLE AGED MEN. There are many men at the age of 40 or 60 whoare troubled with too frequent evacuations from the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burniug sensation, aud weakening the system in a nothin r tho patient cannot accouut for. On exam ining urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often be found, aud sometimes small particles of seiuen or albumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin milkish hue, again changing to a dark and turbid appearance. There are many men who die of this difficulty, iguoraut of the cause, which is the SECOND STAGE OF SEMINAL WEAKNESS. I can warrant a perfect cure in such cases, and a full aud healthy restoration of the uriuary organs. Persons who'cannot personally consult tho Dr.r can do so by writing in a plain manner a description, of their disease, and the appropriate remedies will be forwarded immediately. All correspondence strictly confidential and will be returuod it desired. Address, DU. J. B. HUGHES. No. 5 Temple St., [ooruer of Middle] Portland. KV^Send Stamp for circular. Eclectic medical Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. DU. HUGHES particularly invites til Ladies who need a medical adviser, to call at his rooms, No. (Temple Street, which they will dud arranged for (belt especial accommodation. Dr. lf .’s Eclectic Renovating Medicincsareunrlval led in efficacy and superior virtue iu regulating ail Female Irregularities. Their action is specific and oortain ot producing relief in a short time. ..ADI E.S will find it invaluable in all cases of ob structions oili rail othor icmedies have been tried in vain. It is purely vegetable, containing nothing in the least injurious to ine health, and may betaken with perfect safety at all times. 8cut to any part of the country with full directions by addressing DK. HUGHES. No * Tempi* Street, corner or Middle, Forliund. If. B.—LADIES desiring may consult one of their own sex. ▲ lady of experionoe in constant attend* anoe. Janldhwly MEDICAL. Elixir! Elixir DR. WRIGHT’S REJUVENATING ELIXIR! OR, ESSENCE OF LIFE. PRKPAUKD FROM PURR VlUBTAULK 1.11BACTI, CONTAINING NOTHING INJURIOUS TO THR MOST DELICATE. fllHK Rejuvenating Elixir is the result of modern "*■ discoveries in the vegetable kingdom, being an entirely new and abstract method of cure, irrespec tive of all the old and worn-out systems. This medicine has been tested by the most emi nent medical men of the day, and by them prouounc ed to be one ot the greatest medical discoveries of the age. One bottle will cure General Debility. A few doses cure Hysterics in females. One bottle cures Palpitation of the Heart. A few doses restore the organs of generation. From one to three bottles restores the manliness and full vigor of youth. A few doses restore the appetite. Three bottles cure the worst case of impotency. A few doses cure the low-spirited. On# bottle restores mental power. A few doses bring the rose to the cheek. This medicine restores to manly vigor and robust health the poor, debilitated, worn-down, and de spairing devotee of sensual pleasure. The listless, enervated youth, the overtasked men of business, the victim of nervous depression, the ndividual suffering from general debility, or from weakness of a *inge organ, will all ttnd Immediate and permanent relief by the ate of this Elixir or Es sence of Life. jidfs z* par bottle, or three bottles for $6, and forwarded by Express, on receipt of money, to any address. Sold by all Druggists everywhere. DR. W B. MERWIN ft Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS, Mo. 69 Liberty-st., Mew York. CHEROKEE PILLS! SUGAR COATED. FEMALE REGULATOR. HEALTH PRESERVER, CERTAIN AND SAFE, For the removal of Obstructions, and the Insurane of Regularity in the Recurrence of the Monthly Periods. 1 nejr cure or obviate those numerous diseases tha spring from irregularity, by removing the irregular ity itself. They cure Suppressed,Excessive aud Painful Men struation. They cure Green Sickness (Chlorosis). They cure Nervous and Spiaal Affections, pains In the bask and lower parts of the body, Heaviness, Fatigue on slight exertion, Palpitation ot the Heart Lowness of Spirits, Hysteria, Sick Headache, Gld*t dines*, etc., etc. In a word, by removing the Irreg ularity, they remove the 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—their function being to substitute strength for weakness, which, when properly used, 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 96. Bent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of price. Bold by all respectable Druggista. Dr. W. B. M ERWIN ft Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS, No. 69 Liberty-st.. New York. febGcodfteowly b. pl h. r. Berry’s Batliolocrical HAIR RENOVATOR IB a standard preparation that has been thoroughly tested; its composition is in strict accordance with hygienic rules and scientific principles—is not the ephemeral production of a day, but the result ot long and patient study, experiment and research, BEING A TRUE Renovator and Restorer of Hair In a pathologioal or diseased state to T 11 K NATURAL COLO R and condition of health, by working upou the roots aud papiilo-ceon* eecrvtions, suppling the hair with that nutritums element in which the blood is deficient, aud removing the accumulated excess of dandruff and humor, making a most /delightful Dressing, well and agreeably perfumed,thus afford ing a desirable article of intrinsic value fur the Toi let. It will iu ALL CASES (with the exception of very aged people, where the roots, germ* and sheaths have all cose away, or, by reasou of age, become • disorganized ) promote a New and Healthy Growth ! Restore the grey to it« natural color; stop and pre vent the hair falling off—causing it to become moist, Soft aud glossy. It will gradually darken light and flaxen hair without ilyeina it or staining the skin—being free from silver and other injurious chemicals, ana truly beneficial to the hair in all its phase!. TRY 1T, and bo assured of its superiority over all other preparations. PREPARED ONLY BY HENRY A. BERRY, Chemist, 229 1-2 Congress Street, Portland, Me. H. B. HAY, Junction Free and Middle streets, General Agent lor Maine. Price f 1 per bottle. fcjr~bold by Druggists everywhere. Berry’s Preservative and Dressing For beautifying and preserving the hair, A SPLENDID COMPOUND, composed of vki.ktablk extract*, containing no oil or alcohol, chemieilly combined and highly per fumed. Price 50 cents per bottle. jan23 dfy For Coughs, Cold* and CeaicwpileB. TUK Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam is the moat highly approved mediciue ever discovered. It has stood the best of all tests. Time, having had an unprecedented sale of nearly forty years. It is recommended by our best physicians, our most emi nent citizens, the Tress, the Trade, in tact by all who know it. For certificates, which can be given to almost any exteut, soe wrappers to each bottle. The proprietors will cheorfally refund the money if not ent rely satisfactory. Price 60 cents and If: the large bottles much the cheapest. He careful to qet the genuine, which is prepared only by If&KD, CUT TKtt A CO., Wholesale Druggists, Boston. Sold in Portland by dealers generally. 11. H. HAY, Druggist, corner Middle and Free streets. Wholesale Agent. deo8 isdtat Mads from the pure Balsams qf Vermcnt. N. E. Downs's Vegetable Balsamic Elixir. Tlllfiboneet.standard old Cocun Kiuikdt, made iu Vermont, has been used with entire success for thirty-three years. It is warranted as usual for Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, lYoup, Asthma, and all diseases of the Throat, Chest and Lungs, and ail diseases tending to Cowswm/ritoM. We have testimonials from many of the best physi cian*) and gentlemen of standing, among whom we mention the Uon. Paul Dillingham, Lieut. Got. ol Vermont; Hon. Bates Turner, lute Judge of the 8« preme Court of Vermont; Dr. J. B. Woodward, Brigade Surgeon 1.8. Army. JOHN F. HKNRY A CO.. Proprietors, Successors to N. H Dow ns, WiTIUSU&T, VT. rP“i'rioe 25 cents. 60 cents, and SI per bottle. H. H. Hay and J. W. Perkins A Co , Portland, Me..wholesale agents for Maine novlll dAwtlOw* Physician & Surgeon, 4J/l COURTSTHKKT,corner of Howard, Boston O v# is consulted daily from 10 until 2, and from 6 to 8 iu the evening, on all diseases of the Uriuary an.! Genital Organs, Bcrofhlon AfltitftBM, Humors of all kinds. Sores, Ulcers ami F.roptions, f emale Complaints, Ac. An experience of over twenty ?ears’extensive practice enables Dr. M. to cure all he most difficult cases. Medicines entirely vegeta ole. Advick Frkk. Mrs. M., who is thoroughly versed In the afflictive maladies of the sex, cau he consulted by ladioe. Patients furnished with board and experienced Bancs. Boston, April 28.1863. eodly JOHN F. ANDERSON, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, OFFICE, COD.MAN BLOCK, mchi; diwtf Tsmtlb Strut Wugons lor Salt*. THKKK Wixont for tile, louuire of W. 11. VINTON. mehJl dfcwtl M Middle scree*' l'ortliud. MEDICAL._ MORE TESTIMONIALS ! m MRS. MANCHESTER la constantly reoeiring unsolicited testimonial! ot the astonishing cares performed by her. Among many reoently rooeired are the following, which are oonunendsd to the notioe of the afflicted. M~ Maa ehester may be eonralUd at No. 11 Clapp’s Block, Room No. A. A l'ASM OP SPINAL DISEASE CURED This la to oertlty that I went te see Ur*. Manches ter last March with a daughter of mine troubled with spinal disease, for which ebe bad been doctored tor •re years, and by a number ol pby.lcians of nil kind.; and ahe ha. had twenty-one applications ol electricity applied, but all to no effect; bnt she con tlDually grew worae. 1 came to the conclusion, as the last resort, to go and see Mrs. Manchester, npd did so; and to my great surprise she told me the first ••*• ot the disease, and how she had been (Tom time to time, which encouraged me to try her medicines. 1 did eo. and now my daughter is able to be aronad the hoaae all ol the time. She also rides tea or Ilf tocn milce without any trouble or inconvenience,aad I think in a short time she will ho restored to perfect health. Blnoe my daughter haa been dootoring, I have hoard of a great many cases that Mrs. Manchss ter has cured. 1 think ir any person deserves pet ronage. It Is the one who tries to preserve the health of the siok aad euflhrlng; and t know that she sees every effort which Use in has power to benefft her patients. Sanaa L. Balaam, Oaoaaa Kaioarn, Aaar B. Kniuapa, Eaaa Balaam. EnmtvicJk, Maim*, Amgm*t 61k. ONE OP THE GREATEST CURES am RECORD. Mae. Maaoaaeraa—Door Madam:—Thinking a statement of my oaee may bo of service to others similarly afflicted. I hasten to give it to yon. This is briefly my oase 1 was taken sick about U months ago with the Liver Complaint in a very had form. I applied to four different physloians, but re ceived no benefit until I called oa yon. At that tiaa I had given np business, and was la n very bad state, bat after taking your medietas for a short time 1 be gan to reoover, and in two months I was entirely well, and had gained several pound, of fleeh, and eaa truly say that by yoar skill I am a perfectly heal hyaua. Joeara Davis. Bottom ff Main* Dopot, PorUomd, Mo. A EEMAREARLE CURE OP A CASE OP DEO ST CURED BT MRS. MANCHESTER. This le to certify that I have been cared of the Dropsy of fifteen years standing by Mr, Manches ter. I have been to physicians in Boston, Kew York and Philadelphia. They all told me that they eosld do aothing for me, unless they tapped me, and ns sand me that by tapping I eould live bnt a short time. I bad made np my mind to go home aad Hva ••long as I ooold with tha disease, and then die. Oa my my home I stayed over night in Portland with a friend of mine, aad told them wliat my mind was a regard to my disease. They finally persuaded me to go and see Mrs. Manchester. She examined me and told me my ease exactly. I mu so mooli u to Dished to think that she told aso oorrectly, that I told her that I would take her modi, otneo, not haring the least frith that they would ms aay good, or that I should get the slightest relief from any coarse whatever; Baaliy 1 took the saedl* sine and weat home. In one week from the time I oommenoed taking the medicine, I had over three gallons of water pass me in seven hoars; and my Al low salkrers may be ascnrslhnt It was a great rebel to me. I had not been able to lie dowa in bed at sight before this far two yean. Now I can lie dawn with perfect ease. 1 have takes her medicine for eight months, and am as well as aay mac coaid wish to he, and no signs or dropsy. I wonld advise all that ara sick to go and ooiualt iln. ilandutter, eve a if they have been given np by other phy stolons. I have sent her a namter'of eases of other disc*sos. and she haa eared them also. Uo sad for yoarselvea. I had so frith, hat now my frith sonnet be thakadia bar skill ia telling and caring disease. Chaslss 8. Hannon, Sanaa K. Hannon, Mast A. Hannon. Sassy or, Jfasaso, April Id. Orvion House—From 8 A. M.tlil 8 T. M. anvil laAoatal at WISTAB’S BAfcGAM WILD CII E R R Y MAS BUM T8KD rot KIUBLY HALF A C E N T U R V . with the mdkt astonishing aucce** in curing Coughs, (olds. Hoarseness, Sore Throats, Into enza. Whooping Cough, Croup. Lirer Complaint Rroncifitis, Diffi cult* of lireathiny. Asthma if every Affection of The Throat, Lungs and-Chest, larLCDIXO xvxx COUBMPIiM. T There h scare**ly one individual in . the community who wholly e*capcd A- Vs* daring a «e**ou, from tome cue, bow ^g*tf'l*lv»^jj|^ever tiightly developed, of the above symptom*-a neglect of which rnigii lead to the la* named, and most to be dreaded dinea*** in the w hole cata logue. The power of the*1 medic*, gum'’ of the Wild Cherry Tree over thia el a** of complaint* i* well known; •o great is the good it ha* performed, and *o great the popularity it ha* Hiiirtd. lu this preparation, besides ths virtues qf the Cherry, there are commingled ivith Uo ther ingredients of like ralese thus increasing its ralne ten fold, and forming a Remedy tcyase potcer to soothe, to heal, to retime, and to cure disease, exists in no other medicine yet discovered. Hon. RUFUS K. GOODS SOW, Formerly a member of Congre** from Maine, haa kindly permitted us to u*e hi* testimony in lavor of Wistar’s llalsnm by the following ccrtiueatiou, forwarded through l>r. Ku-t, of South Pari*. I have tried Wima'i* Balaam or Wild Chub by for au exceedingly troublesome cough. Tb> eft ft wa* all that cou.d be doataed. The u*e of le«* than one bottle relieved me eutirely. Among great varetiea of medicine* which 1 have u*ed, 1 ha«e found none to equal ** Wistar’s." It* curative propertie* in ca*e* of cough, 1 regard as invaluable. a . ti. iiOohKNoW From R. FELLOWS. M. I). ii ill, N. U., Nov. 3, I960. 8. W. Fowls 4 Co.,— Although I hav© generally a great objection to pateut medicine*. 1 can out ray in justice to Du. WierAn’i* Balaam or H ild l uamcv, that it is a remedy of superior value for Pulmonary IMneases. I have made use of this preparation * lor several year*, and it has proved to he very reliable and ^ Ifi cactou* iu the treatment oi severe and loug-- andmg coughs. I know of oue patieut. now iu comfortal le health, who has taken Ibis remedy and who, but for its use, I consider would not now W living. U. FELLOWS. M D. From R. T. QV1MD Y, M. 4. Principal of the “AVm Ipswilck Appleton Academy " New Iks witch. N. ii., Oct. 4,184). Messrs. S W. Fowls 4 Co.— Geuilemen,—This cei titles that for more than four teen years 1 have Ircequcntly used On, Wistak's Balaam of Wild Cr xkhy, for Coughs, Voids, and Sore Throat, to which 1, in common with the rest of mankind, am subject, and it gives me pleasure to say that 1 consider it the very best remedy tor such cases, with which I aiu acquainted. 1 should hardly kuow how to do without it. Ke»pectfhlly yours, K. T. <^l'IMU\ . Mr D, H TEA ii UR, of Tamer Village, Write# the proprietors ot this great remedy aa follows : — Tusker Village, Me . July 31, I960. Messrs. 8. W. Voulb 4 Co , Boston. Ueuts:—1 do not hesitate to recommend Dr. Wistar’s Balsam or Wild t hkrry. for roughs and puluomary auctions, having used it in my family for many years with gnat satisfaction: in deed it has done more good than all the other reme dies 1 have tried, and their names is legion. If all the patent medicines io the market pOMw«*rd but a portion of the merit of this excellent Balam. there would be no occasiou to condemn them as humbug*. This medicine is also u«u*d by many ot my I fiend* and acquaintances in this towu. and they have found it invaluable; and 1 hope that others >' ho sutler, may give it a trial. Yours rcspcetffclly. D. 11. TEAGUE. From a Highly Respectable Merchant. FALMnrru, Me., Aug. 16, I860. Messrs. 8. W. Fowls F Co.,— Gents:—For a long time 1 have sobered mors or less with that di tre»sing sIHction—Pht hysic— iu its worst forms, and have tesorted to various so-calbd remedies, but to uo purpose as affording the desired relief. Deprived of mv sleep by uasen of the se verity of tne disease, it was only too evideut that 1 was fast breaking down under it. I restored to Dl. Wihtah’s Balsam ok WiidCukkuy wilh but little coutideuce as to its curative properties, tut the use of oue bottle has entirely ud me of thia monster, and to the public 1 can safely commend it as every way worthy their confidence. Most respectful! v. 8.1. MERRILL. Wbiard i Balsam ofW Ud Cherry I, »«KPABKD 11V Skth W Fowl, & Co . Bouton Bold by oil Druraiit* oud Dealer* iu MedielUM. r*M6 cod 3m

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