Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, April 21, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated April 21, 1864 Page 4
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POETRY._ Written for the Frets. The Submeigcd shriue. In the old Hindu legends, there is wealth ol bardio lore, Ot pagan faith aud wisdom there is found abuudaut store, And though for ei teen centuries our race has had the light Of Christian Truth to guide it to a knowledge of the itigbt Yet in these ancient auuals, ho eatly laid away, Are found depicted follies pre\ ailng in our day. In an old musty volume, with the du-t of ages piled ; — The work of grave old Kahmud,—Truth-teller he was styled,— It in related that there came, from a far-distant laud, In the early daw*n ol history a migratory baud. They came from beyond tho source# of the ranges, •acred stream, From beyoud tho Htlur's lofty raugo, whore snows eternal gleam. They came with their wives aud children,—their flocks aud herds,—likewise. They brought with them their household gods,— their idol deities, Their sucient laws aud custom-, of traditionary force, Among them human bondage, Kahmu-I calls a dire ful curse. Thus came they from their mountain haunts, down to the gray sea, Aud by its side they foodly hoped their future homes would be; They built their towns aud temple* with the labor of their slaves. And first a fane to Slavery’s Cod closedown beside the waves, l umiudful that the laud was slowly siuking year by year, That slow the sea was creeping up nearer and still more near. That a tide we- rising on that coast, along its w hole extent, Just like - the annals say—the tide of Public Senti ment ; For when the thoughts ol uien go out on a pecu liar oourse They’re neither checked nor turned Mide even by superior force. So ms generations passed away, and now the temple stood, Not, as of old, upon the shore, but in tli* cugulfing flood; For, though its firm fouudatious were ino\td not from their place, JLucircting waves now held it closely clasped in their embrace. And if tho people would go down to otter worship there. Not as their fathers could they go over dry sands and bare. dux, lurougu the dark opposing flood, must ever make their way, So that the number* at that shrine, were lossening day by day, Liutif, to madness driven, they made complaint un to the (iod, Who had the storms in charge and prayed that he would send abroad, A tempest with embattled wind* that should drive back the sea, Within ita hin ts, and sot their beleaguered Idol fret. Briefly the oouflict is described, and briefly the event, How, 'gainst the mighty ocean tide, tbs mountain storms were sent, What elemental strite ensued, and raged upon that coast; Which party proved victorious, to which the day was lost. Here need 1 but transcribe that when the warlare was all o’er The temple, - oven its falutest trace, was to be seen no more. Butiu the bright, succeeding calm the waters on that shore, Ran rippling higher up the sands than e’er they had before. Thus, in these ancient annals, so early laid away, ▲re found depisted lollies enacted iu our day. I. B. Choate. HUMOROUS. A Moujion KtiiMux.—A writer iu the At lantic gives the following specimen of a Mor mon sermon, illustrating the style in which uneducated and inspired preachers quote scripture: The text was Isaiah iv. 1.: “And iu that day seveu women shall take hold of oue man.” “Seveu women shall take hold of oue man!— There!” (with a slap on the hack of the near est subject for conversion.) “What d'ye think o’that? Shall! Shalt take hold on him ! That don't mean they shunt, does it? No! God's words means what it says. And therefore means uo otherwise,—not in no way, shape nor manner. Not in uo way, for He saith, ‘1 am lire way, and the truth, auil the life.’ Not it uo shape, for a man beholdetb his uat’ral shape in a glass; nor iu uo man ner, for he straightway forgellelh what man ner of man he was. Seveu womeu shall catch a hold on him. And ef they shall, then they will! Kor everything shall come to pass; and not one good word shall tall to the grouud.— You who try to explain away scriptnr’ would make it flg’rative. liut don't come to nr with none o’ your spiritooali/.ers! Not one good word shall tall. Therefore seven shall not fall. And ef seven shall catch a hold on him,—and, as I jist proved, seven will catch a hold on him,—the.u seven ought, — and in the latter day giory, aeren, vea, as our Lord said unlew Petur, ‘Verily { say untew you, not seveu, hut seventy times seven,’ these sev euty times seven shall catch a hold and cleave, iilessed day ! Kor the end shall he eveu as the beginning, and seventy fold more abun dantly.” “Skekzicks.”—A good story is told of Mr. Long, member of the House ol' Keprescnta tives, from Ohio, who has recently shown his copperhead fangs iu that body: At a public meeting in Indiana, recently, Long responded to a loud call and took tile Stand. Hut a big strapping fellow persisted iu cryiug out iu a stentorian voice, “Long! Long!” This caused a little confusion; hut after some difticulty in making himself heard, the President succeeded iu stating that Mr. Imug, the gentleman honored by the call, was now addressing them. “Oh, he he-,” re plied the fellow: “he’s the little skeezhlcs that told me to call for Long!” This brought down the house. The New London Chronicle says an Irish Copperhead iu that city the other day asked a fellow Copperhead to tell him “who the di Vel is this Key moor we’re running foi Gover nor, sure?” Said the individual to whom the iuterrogatary was put,“Hivil a hit, do i kuow, --he's a Dimmycrat, faith, auyhow. lie’s in Florida now, daliug with the luguus, had luck to their nast y souls!” An enamored swain was serenading a pret ty Quakeress, and sang the song of Home, Kweet Home, when the lather appeared at the window. “Friend,” said he, “thee have been singing of thy horn.—thy sweet home : now if thee have a home, and a sweet home, why don’t thee go to it?” THE BEST! 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 of the public. The proprietor is prepared to supply hie former customers and all who may give biiu a call, with pic ture* of every description, executed In the beet man ner and at reasonable prices. KP‘ Particular attention given to copying. A. a. DAVIS, Proprietor. Portland, July 30,1868 atf For t oughs. Colds nutl ( oaauui|Ui«n. FI1HC Vegetable Pulmonary halsam is the most M. highly approved medicine ever discovered. It has stood the best qf all tests. Time, haviug had an unprecedented sale* of nearly forty years, it is recommended by our best physicians, our most emi nent citizens, the Press, the Trade, in lact by all who know it. For certificates, which can be given to almost any extent, see wrappers to each bottle. The proprietors will cheer folly refund the money i! not ent rely satisfactory. Price 60 cents and 1# the I«r*e bottles much the cheapest. Be careful to get the yen nine, which is preoared only by UKKD, CUT* TEft it CO., Wholesale Druggists, Dos ton. Sold in Portland by dealers generally. fl H. HAX, Druggist, corner Middle and kree Itrtete, Wholesale Agent. deoa led fin* B A Desirable Farm for bale. Pleasantly'situated in Westbrook, six miles from Portland,near Pride's Bridge, on the road leading from ^Falmouth to Baccarappa contain -*ing one hundred acres, suitably di vided into ullage, pasture and woodland. Aplenty of young orcharding apple and pear trees just come into boar:ug, of tbebest varieties. The soil is most ly clay losio, woll watered by a never-tailing brook ruuuing through the farm. A new two story brick House, with a good cellar, barn and other out-build ings, and an abundaut supply of excellent water. Terms easy. For further lutoriuatiou inquire of the subscriber on the premises. ABIJAI1 11AWKKS, aplldfcwSw* Stevens Plains Post Office. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOK MALE. Good Location for a Hotel. MThat valuable and centrally located House and Lot, No. 31 India street, for so many y«ars owned and occupied by General Samu el Fessenden, is offered for sale. Tbe Lot is 70 feet on India street, extending back 171 feet—containing uearty 12.000feet of laud. The House is three storied, is in good repair, and con tains fifteen rooms, besides many closets mud other conveniences; has gas fixtures throughout; it also has a large How oi PUKE AQUEDUCT WATER, which is very desirable; also a largo Wood House aud Barn. This a good piece of property upon which to make improvements. It may be fitted for a hlRs7 CLASS HOARDING HOUSE, or a SECOND CLASS HOTEL. Its near proximity to the terminus of the Grand Trunk Railway ami to the wharves of tho Boston and other steamers, makes the location a desirable one for a Hotel. This lot might be Improved with profit to any me chanic or other person having means, by the erec tion of Tenements, it* Urge depth affording ample space lor a block of eight or ten buildings. For further particulars enquire of WM H. JERRI8, Argus Oflee Portland. Dec. 8. 18B3. decllMWF ~FOB SAUL A PLEASANT Country Seat, at New Gloucester. Lower Corner. The stand formerly occupied by F. Yeatou, as a Home School, is offered for sale. Tbe hoot* and ell, both two story, the latter new. contain fifteen finished rooms, a good cellar, and an abundance of port, Ml water, wood houi and sta ble connected. The place is adorned with shade and oruaineotai trees and shrubbery', e< inmandsa beau tiful prospect, is situated in a good community, and is but an hours ridefrom Portland on the Gland Trunk Railroad. A large garden belongs to it, well shocked with young and thrifty fruit trees in full bearing. <24 apple trees.) Price 91700. For further information apply to K. Y'caton, Frye burg Me , Seth Haskell, near the premises, or ALBION KEITH. 130 Middle Street. febSb Stawtf Portland. Vitlu> I arm 1 or 8aie. TI1K subscriber effort for sale, the farm now occupied by him iu k * - Gorham. containing about 150 acres ol good land, wito convenient i_ dwelling-house, a very lar^e, com ntodiou» and well built Daru and outbuildings, all in good repair. Said farm if on theuew road from Saccarappa to Gorham Corner, about eight miles from Portland, two from Saicarappa and one from Gorham. It has a valuable wood lot containing about forty acres, is wtll watered, and is altogeth er one of tiie hest farms in Gorham. Apply to HON.TOPPAN H. Dow, Portland, orto John Johnson, on the premises. api5d4w* FOR SALE. fitII AT well-known and valuable Island (called X Mirkay > Maud) situated in Casco bay, about one hah mile front the City of Portland, and about one-sixteenth of a mile from the main land ol West brook . It contains about One Hundred Acres of excellent laud, a Dwelling-House aud Two Barns is of moderate ascent - commanding a fine view of the Hay aud Harbor. The Land can be made very productive, us large Milan titles of sea-dressing can at all limes be obtained from the shores. One-half the purchase-money can remain on mortgage for a term of years, if required. If not »old I*-fore Saturday. May 1st. 18G4 at pri vate sale, if will then be sold at Public Auction. For terms and particulars, inquire of CM. DA YU k CO., IK, Commercial 8t. April lit, 1*€4 toed till May Fttrin for Sale. IN Cape Kllaabeth, miles from Portland Bridge, about 100 acres of well proportioned mowing tillage Pasture, wood aud timber. About 600 cords hard and soft wood. Cuts 40 tons hav, Barn most new, 88 by 60, Lumber for If Story house—on the direct road to Portland, extending 50 rods back, well located to cut iuto ten acre lots, and will be if requested. Feuce* stone wall mostly new. Price •75 per acre, 25 per cent cash ; balance can remain a number of years secured by mortgage. For par ticulars enquire of SCOTT DYER. incnSO d4m For Sale or to Let. A FINK Country Seat on Back Cove road, front ing the City aud about two miles thorefrom, with Garden aud Orchard,sixteen acres of laud, a large Brick House with twelve finished rooms, a large liariAuid Chaise House. This property is as desir able a location for a genteel residence, or a public hou** as is to be found within tue vicinity ot Port land. It will be sold low on a long tctiu of credit for the greater part of the purchase, or leased for a term of years. MOSES GOULD, 74 Middle St. me hi 7 ow For Kali:, mTlic three story d welling-house No 22.Brown Street, containing thirteen modern finished rooms including bath room, Range, Furnace aud Gas h ixtur. p, with plenty of closet room. Term* easy. Unless previously disposed of at private sale, It will be sold at auction on the 27th day o! April uext. J. T. SMITH. Inquire of J E. FKRNALD, or GEORG K WAT ERHOUSE. mch21 dtoapl27 Honor For Kiile. fllUK two Story House, No. 148 Congress Street, X containing ten rooms with plenty of Closet room and w<»nl house, good cellar, with furuace, hard and soft water. The lot is twenty eight feet on Congress Street, by one hundred aud thirty feet d«*p has a good small nrdsB spot. The bosas will accomun date two small families. For terms en quire of C. T. DILLINGHAM, on the premises, aprjeodtf For Sul**. A SQUARE block of land, of about 73000 acres TV ot wood land, on the south side of the river St. Lawrauce, in Canada East. It is interceeded by two conaiderable rivers with eligible Milltit*. Well wooded with every description of timber, such as pine and spruce in large quantities, and maple, Dorcii, beech, tamarac aud bass wood toanj amount. Euqiiiroof II. T. MACH IN, Portland. Portland, F’eb. 1864. febJGeodtf Konst' lor Sale. A three story dwelling house w ith brick basement, il situated uii tbi- corner of Mounment and War ran streets; baa twain faulted room, and i* well calculated for one or two families. For terms ap t)l> t«. Edward Shaw, at the oflio- of the Mutual Fve lasiraaoe Compaai. i|r2 Middle street, orto N. F. DEERING. mo). 15 dtf No. 3 Exchange 8t. l or *nir or 10 E<ei. CLIFF COTTAGE, containing over SO • rooms,large stable and shed*-aituated two 1 aud one halt mile* from Portland, aud tba | fin-rt -ituatiou in Cape Elisabeth for a wa J i teriug place, aud Hummer boarder*. For particular* enquire of OKO.OW£N, ap7 dlf SI Wiuter Street. Portland. KeuI Fatal r for Snip. mill three Story Brick House and Lot. No. 54 M. Cumberland St. The house contains twelve well finished room*. Bathing room, hot and cold water. Furnace. Gas*, aud all other convenience* of a !ir*t class h"U*e. Good Stable. Enquire of SOUTHARD * WOODBURY. mch22dtf 78 Commercial Street. For Sale. A ONE aud a half story House. brick ba«ement, ou Wa-hingtoiiHtr**et, now oocupied by Mre. Sarah Morse, lot &0 by lull feet. For partu^ilar*. eu<|Uire of oi.ivan mhkihh, ( iuki ks >ub^* or JOHN PlIUNGToN. No 1x3 Eure St uich2M 4w _^ SttlfK Itooiu to Lcl. AspaciouH aud doorahle Sale* Boom to let on the . second floor in the new EVANS BUlEDINti, on Middle St , if applied tor immediately. WAKKKN HPAKUOW, mch5dtf No. 74 Middle St., cor. Exchange. To LpI. fit HE pleasant and commodious office (with aute J room) ou second floor, over office of the Ocean Insurance Company, corner of Exchange and Milk Street*. Possession given immediately Enquire at office of OCEAN 1N8UKA2VCE CO. aplltf To l.rt. mUK rooms over the store of the subscriber.corner -1. oi Fore aud FIxehange streets, now oocupied by Stephen Berry as a printing office. Possession given 1st of January. Apply to decttdtf BENJ. FOGG. To L(kL STOKE now occupied by us. Possession given immediately. Also, a Front Offioe in Hanson Block. JanSdtf II. J. EIBBK.Y k CO. To lx1 Lh. STOKES Not 129 and 135 Commercial Htn-et Possession given immediately. Fur terms ap ply at No. 46 Park Street. mch21 dim For Salt*. ONE Express Wagon, nearly uew. cau be used for one or two Horses, it has Pule aud Shafts complete. For price lie., call at No.4 Free Street, Portland. apr I eodtf Notice*. left ray house the fifth day of this month, this is to notify all person*that I -hull pay uodeb.sot his con tracting after this date ( ALVIN P. DAVIS. North Yarmouth, April 18,1844. ap!8 dlw* _ RAILROADS._ PORTLAND AND KENNEBEC R.K. BPRING 4 BUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 18, 1864. Trains leave Skow began f«r Port, and w^8E?!3Bii2*hd Boston. at 9 00 A M., Augusta, 11.16 a. M aud Hath 12 20 P. M. Leave Portlaud for Bath, Augusta. Waterville, Keudail’s Mills and Skowhegau, at 1.10 P. M. MONDAY MOBNING AND SATURDAY EVE NING TRAINS. On Monday Leave Augusta at 6.30 A M. and Bath at G.90 A. 11 for Portlaud and Boston. On Saturday*-Leave Portland at 8 16 P M. or on arrival of train from Boston, for Bath aud Augusta. Passengers for stationson the Androscoggin Rail road will chance cars a* Brunswick. The 1 10 P. M. train from Portland connects at Keudati's Mills with Maine Central Railroad for Bangor, Ac , arriving same e\ cuing. Stages leave Bh h lor Rockland at 9A.M. and 3 P M Stages leave Augmta for Belfast at 4 P. M. Stages leave Skowhegau at 0 10 P. M. for Anson, Solon, Ac. Through Tickets for all the station* on this and the Androscoggin Railroad, can be procurrcd in Boston at the Eastern or Bos'ou and Maine stations. B. U. CUSHMAN, Superintendent. April 1G, 1EG4. tf York & Cumberland ltuilroad. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. m On and alter MONDAY, April 1th., 18G4, trains will leave as ^follows, until further notice ^ Saco River lor Portlaud at 6 45 —(Freight Train with Passenger Cars) and 9 16 am, and 3.30 p. m. Leave Portland tor Saco River, 7.46 a. m, and 2.00 and 0,20 i\ m. The 2 00 v m. train out, and 6 45 a m. train iuto Portlaud,will he freight traius with passenger cars attached Stage* connect at Saocarappa daily for South Wiudliaui, Windham Center and Great Falls. f At Gorham for West Gorham, BUndish. Steep Falls, Baldwin. Sebago, Britlgtoii, Hiram, Liming ton, Cornish, Denmark, Browntield. Level, Frve burg, Con way. Bartlett, Albany, Jackson aud Ea ton, N. 11. At Buxton Center for West Buxton, Bonney Ea gle, South Limingtoti. Liraiiigtou and Limerick. At Saco River trl-weekly, for Hollis, Limerick, Oasipee. Newtield, Parsonslield, F.ftingnam, Free dom, Madison, katon, Cornish, Porter. Ac. Fare* 5 cents less when tickets are purchased in the Office, than when paid in the < ar*. DAN. CARPENTER, Supt. Portland April 7.1864. dtp MAINE CENTRAL RAILROAD. WINTKft ARRANGEMENT. ■■■■n Trains leave Portland, Grand Trank MR^SIbUtion, for Lewiston and Auburn, at 7.40 a. m. For Bangor and intermediate stations at 1.10 r.M. RETURN ING—leave Lewiston at 6.30 a m., and arrive In Portland at 8.30 a m. Leave Bangor at 7.36 A. M., and arrive In Portland at 3 00 v. m. Both those trains connect at Portland with trains for Boston. Freight train leaves Portland at 8 A. m and re turning is due in Portland at 1 F. M. Stages connect with trains at principal stations, daily for most of the towns North and East of this line. C. M MORSE, Supt. Waterville, November, 1861. decl4 ORAND TRUNK RAILWAY Or Cunada. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. rmHBC On and after Monday, Nov. 9, 1863, HPEWf trains will run daily, (Sundays except ad) until farther notice, as follows: Up Trains. Leave Portland for South Paris at 7.40 a. if. For Island Pond at 1.10 f. m. Down Trains. Leave Island Pond for Portland, at 6 a. If. Leave South Paris for Portland at 6.46 a. m. The Company are not responsible tor baggage to any amount exceeding *60 in value, and that per sonal, unless notice is given, and paid for at the rata of one passenger for every 6600 additional value. L\ J. BRI DGES, Mauagiug Director. KI. BAILEY, Superintendent. Nov. 4, lw63. novfi PORTLAND, HACO A PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS Commencing April 11th, 1864. Passenger Trains will leave the Sts WfSKt tion. Canal street, daily, (Sundays ex oepted) as iollows: Leave Portland for Boston, at 8 46 a. m. and 8.C0 r. ■. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.80 a m. and 8X0 p. M. Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.00 a. m. and 6.30 f. m. These trains will take and leave passengers at way stations. Freight trains leave Portland and Boston daily. FRANCIS CHASE. Superintendent. Portland. Oct 80.1868. oo31 edtf STEAMBOATS. International Steamship Company. Eu*tl»ort, Calais A St John. TWO TKIPS PEK WEEK. On and after Monday, March 28, the superior sea-going Steamer NEW BRUNSWICK, Capt. E. B ________ Winchester, will leave Kailroad Wiiart. loot of Slate Street, every Monday at 6 o’clock P. M .and the Steamer NEW EM. LAN D, Capt. E. Field, every Thursday at 6 o’clock I’ M , for luudport and St. John, KB. connecting atbt John with steame r Ktnperor for Digby, Windsor and Halifax, aud with the E. & N. A. Railroad lor Sbe diae and all way station*. Returning, will leave St. John every Monday and Thursday at 8 o’clock A. M., for Eastport, Portland and Boston. Staire coaches count ct with steamer at Eastport for Mac Idas. Freight for Calais will be forwarded by railing ves sels for the present. Through tickets procured of the Agents and Clerk on board Steamers. Freight received till 4 o’clock P. M . Mondays and Thursdays. mchfcdtf C. C. EATON. Agent. Montreal ucean steamship i;o. OAKBYINU THE CANADIAN A U. t) MAILS. Passengers Booked to Londonderry, Glasgow and Liverpool. RETURN TICKETS GRANTED AT REDUCED RA TES. - -4 Thesteamahip Peruvian,('apt .Fallen . tine, will sail from this port for Liter on ^^ * TJiL>AY, April 23d. to bo JPdasucceeded by the Nova Scotia on the 3>>th oi April, immediately after the arrival of the Traiu of the previous day from Moutreal. Pannage to Londonderry, Glasgow and Liverpool —Cabin f according to accommodation) $60 to $80; Steerage, $30. Payable in gold or it* equivalent. For f ra rht or Pannage apply to II. A A ALLAN, No. 5 Grand Trunk Railroad Pasncuger Depot To bo succeeded by the steamship Peruvian on the Rid of April. Porllaud and Boston Line. T11K 8TEAM14K8 Forest City, Lewiston and Montreal Will, until further notice, run as follows: Leave Atlantic Wharf, Portland, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, at 7 oTolock P. M , and India Wharf, Boston, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, at 6 o’clock P M. Fare in Cabin.$1.60 " on Deck. 1.26 Freight taken as usual. The Company are uct responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding $60 in value, aud that person al, utiles* notice is given aud paid lor at the rate of one passenger for every $600 additional value. Ftb 18. lhttt dt/ L BILLINGS, Agent. Portland and New York Steamer* 8EMI-WEEKLY LINK. m *4 The splendid and fast Steamships “LOCUST POINT,” Capt. WiLLMTT, and •‘POTOMAC," Captain Sukk loHflBwooD, will,until further notice, run as follows: Leave Browns Wharf, Portland, every WEDNES DAY, and SATURDAY, at 4 PM .and leave Pier 9 North River, New York, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 8 o'clock. F M These vessels are fitted up with flue accommodations for passengers, making this the most speedy, safe and oomfortabie route for travellers between New York and Maine. Passage $7,00, including Fare and Stata Rooms. Goods forwarded by this line to and from Montreal, Juebee, Bangor, Bath, Augusta, Eastport and 8t. oho. Shippers are requested to send their freight to the steamers as early as 8 P. M., on the day that thep leave Portland. For freight or passage apply to EMERY 4 FOX. Browu’s Wharf, Portland. H H CROMWELL 4 CO.. No. 84 West Stroet, New York. Dec 6.1862. dtf (hardening. fill!K Gentry of thin City and vicinity, who may 1 w»*b to have their private garden* taken care i of during the season, Graperies, Grafting and fruit trees attended to, will be accomodated, by ap plying to Alhkkt Dikwangik, corner of North and Montreal St's, or drop a note at Box 1638, Post Office. apr4 eodtf Wiigon* for Snip. rilllRKK Wagous for sale. Inquire of X W. 11 VINTON. mcti‘21 d4wtt 64 Middle Streep Portland. MEDICAL._ AT W 0 0 D ’ S A TIVOOD’S QUININE TONIC BITTEKS QUININE TONIC BITTEHN Is the best Aromatic TONIC AND 8TOMACHIC ifrer brought before the public. —it will— Improve Ihc Appetite, Facilitate Digestion, <»ive tone to the Nervous System. Vigor to every Organ of the Hotly. Thereby imparting Until I, ,md Strength There is no remedy so good iu LANQUOR AND DEBILITY, whether general, or following »cule di«ea»e. Con valeaceotH irurn .icknos. will flnd it a inuat excel, lent re.turatlve and agreeable exhllerant. NO SOLDIER SHOULD BE IN THE FIELD WITHOUT IT. WHAT IS SAID OF IT: I he report of the Sanitary Commission lays : It is wine and prudent where ague and fivers are prevalent, that every man should take a dose ?«a.SUin-r»?i *l H***1 ®nc» ,u twenty-lour hours. This will surely serve a- a safeguard against disease. It has been practiced in Florida and elsewhere with uudoubted benefit. ' Mim Dir.ume/^ii# of the Hospital Depart ment Washington, writes •ffiih, »t this poriod, say that your # « 'oi 0 1 used, and that several tfurgeons ol U« gimetits much approve ol it.’' Capt. Walter y. Sampson, of the V. S. Army, says “The Bitters did an immense amount of good among the meu under my command . as, '«>r instance a number of sore throat. ot diarrhia,. ol dyeentary and chilis and fever, were cured by it." Surgeon Gen. Wu. J. Dai.* says “I esteem it au invaluable remedy in various forms of debility/' Ac. Bold by all Druggist*, AND CHAS. H. ATWOOD. I» tentrul Street, Uoalon, fROrUlKTOB. fcblil cod 3m remale STRENGTHENING CORDIAL. This Medicine is of long tried efficacy for correct lug all disorders incidental to the feminine sex. That the atUicted may feel assured that this Cordial istralv valuable and worthy their couhdeuce,- uot one of those secret com pound.-, purposed to destroy health) action, I add a tew testimonial* from phv» iciau* whom all. lavoriugthe Electric and Reformed Practice ot Medicine, respect. Die WILLAKD C. liE«»Rt, E, formerly Professor in the \> orcesu-r Medical College, and President of the Electric Medical Society. Ma**.. apeak* ol it iu the following terms: "1 have used the Female St, enytheviny Cordial similar to that preparation by DR. CEO. W SWETT, 100 tlanover Street, and I regard it as oueot the best Medicines for female Complaints that can be fouud." DR. J. hi No, Author of" Woman: Her Dis eases and tin ir Treatment," say*: " i bis Medicine appears to exert a specific influ ence on the Uterus. It is a valuable agent in ail de rangemeuts of the Female Reproductive Organs." DR. 8Mil 11, President of the New York Asso ciation of Botanic Pb)«iciaus. aays. “ No Female, if iu delicate health,shoud omit the timely use of this valuable Cordial. 1 owe much ol 1 my success iu midwifery to the use of this Medi- I cine." mothers and married ladies. The following from Dr. FAY is worthy your no tice : ‘'A-*a general remedy for Female Complaints thl* 4 Cordial' is a very valuable one, but by the Profes sion it is esteemed more highly for its good result during Confinement in relieving the great suffering attendant upon childbirth. I acknowledge with Dr. Smith that much of my success in midwitery i* due to the use of this medicine. It strengthens both mother and child. In each cases 1 follow the di rections of Prof. King, by allowing my patients to use it a few week* prev ious to confinement, as by theeuergy it impart* to the uterine uervous system the labor will be very much facilitated, and removes the scraps which many females are liable to. No woman, if she kuew the great value of this Strength ening Cordial would fail to use it." I have received numerous testimonials from diff erent parts of the country where used. Knowing the good it is capable of doing, I w It warrant every bottle of my 44 Cordial" to be satisfactory iu it* re sults. The following symptoms indicate those affection* in w hich the Female StnnyUumn >/ Coratal Las proved iuvaluatle: Indisposition to Exertion, Wakefulness, Uneasi ness, Depression of Spirits. Trembling, Loss of Power, Paiu in the Back, Alternate Chills, and Flushing of Heart, Dragging bent at leu at the Lower 1'artof tbe Body, Headache, Lauguor, Ach ing Along the thighs, lutolereuce or Light and bound, Pale Connteuance, Derangement ot «he Stomach and Bowels, Difficult Breathing, Hysteria, Ac., Ac. It is a specific remedy In all Uterine Diseases, Chlorosis ol Hro n Kickuess, Irregularity, Painful ness. Profuse or Suppression of Customary Dis charges, Leucorrhwa or Whites, Scirrhua or Ulcer ate btate ot the Uterus, Sterility, Ac No better Tonic can possibly'be put up than this, aud none less likely to do harm, and it is composed wholly of vegetable agents, and su< b as we have known to be valuable, aud have used for many years. PRICE, One Dollar Per Bottle, or six bottle* for ff». Should vour druggi-t not have it. seud directly to us, aud when *.‘x bottles or more are ordered we wilt pay all expense*, and have it securely packed from observation, Be sure and get that prepared at the New Englaud Botanic Depot luff klanover St. Bo*tou. 0EO, W. bWK’IT, M. D., Proprietor. II. II. II AY, Agi-ut, I*oi Hand. mchU eodfim B. P^JH. R. Berry's IPatholorrioal IIAIK KEHOVATOK 1H a standard preparation that has been thoroughly tested. its composition is in strict accordance with hygienic rules aud scientific principles i» not the ephemeral production of a day, hut the result of long aud patreut study, experiment aud research, BEING A TUCK Renovator aud Restorer of llair In a pathological or diseased state to T 11 K N A T l J R A l, CO LOU aud condition of health, by working upon the roots and papillteceous secretions, supplying the hair with that nutritious element in which tin- blood i deficient, aud removing the accumulated excess of daudrul! aud humor, tuakiug a most Jttityhtful Dressing, well aud agreeably perfumed,thu* afford ing a desirable article of' intrinsic value for the Tui let. It will in all cakkr (with the exception of very ag< d people, w here the roots, germs and sheaths have all cone away, or, by reasou of age. become disorganized,) promote a New and Healthy Growth ! Bestore the grey to Its natural color; stop and pre vent the hair falling off -causing It to become moist, toD aud y lossy. It will gradually darken light and tlax« u hair without tlyeino it or staining the skin—being free from silver and oilier injurious chemicals, ana truly beneficial to the hair in all its phases. IKY IT. aud be assured of its superiority over all other preparations. PREPARED ONLY BY HENRY A. BERRY, ChilliUt, 229 1-2 Congress Street, Portland, Me. H. H. HAY, junction Free and Middle streets, General Agent for Maine. Price HI per bottle. O^Sola by Druggists everywhere. Berry’s Preservative and Dressing For beautifying and preserving the hair, A SPLENDID COMPOUND, composed of vstntTAHLK iXTRAi TP, containing no oil or alcohol, chemically combined uud highly tier fumed. Price 60 cents per bottle. j*n23 dly To illunufail urirs. TilF subscriber being in correspondence with an Fmigratiou Agent iu Birmingham, Fngland, (who has beeu in the business for a long time • will obtain through that Ageuey Artir.ansor Workmen of all classes with promptness aud dispatch. FDWAKD SUAW, March tf, 1864 tf 0*2 1 Middle street, Portland. MEDICAL. Elixir! Elixir 1)U. WUIOllT'8 REJUVENATING ELIXIR! OK, ESSENCE OF LIFE. Fbkpired»k<>m 1’urk Vbobtablb Extracts, CON l'A INI NO NOTHING INJURIOUS TO TUB Most dkliuatb. rilli K Rejuvenating Elixir Is the result of modern discoveries in the vegetable kingdom, being an entirely new aud abstract method of cure, irrespec tive of all the old and worn-out systems. 1 his medicine has been tested by the most emi nent medical iucd of the day, and by them pronounc ed to be)one of 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 maulines aud full vigor of youth. A few doses restore the appetite. Three bottles cure the worst case of impotcncy. A few doses cure the low-spirited. One bottle restores mental power. A few doses bring the rose to the cheek. 1 his medicine restores to manly vigor and robus health the poor, debilitated, worn-dowu, aud de spairing devotee of sensual pleasure. The listless, enervated youth, the overtasked men of busiuoss, the victim of nervous depression, tho ndividual suffering from general debility, or from weakness of a xinge organ, will all Hud immediate and permanent relief by the use of this Klixir or Fa sence of Life. l*>r bottle, or three bottles for §6, and fi+warded by Express, on receipt of money, to any address. bold by all Druggists everywhere. DH. W H. MKHW1N A Co., bOLK PKOPKIEiOUb, No. 69 Liberty-st., New York. CHEROKEE PILLS! SUGAR COATED. FEMALE REGULATOR, HEALTH PRESERVER, CERTAIN AND SAFE, For the removal of < >b-tructiom. and tht Inanranc of Regularity in the Recurrence of the Monthly Periods. They cure or obviate those numerous diseases ths, spring from irregularity, by removing the irregular ity itself. They cure Suppressed,Excessive and Painful Men struation. They cure Green Sickncts (Chlorosis). They cure Nervous and Spinal Affections, pains in the back and lower parts 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 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 uever fail to do. All letters seeking information or advice will be promptly, freely and discreetly answered. Full direction* accompany each box. Price f 1 per box, or six boxes for to. Bent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of pries. Bold by all respectable Druggists. • Dr. W. R. MERWIN & Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS, No. Ml Liberty-st.. New York. febftodfceowly I MPORTANT TO ALL INVALIDS! IRON IN THE BLOOD is well known to the Med| cal Profession that THE VITAL PRINCIPLE O K LIFE ELEMENT O V T U £ BLOOD IS IKON. This is derived chiefly from the food we eat; but if the food is not properly digested, or if, from auy cause whatever, the in*o« ssary <juatity of irou Is not taken iuto the circulation, or liecome reduced, the whole system sutlers. I'he bad blood will irritate the heart, will clog up the lungs, stupefy the braiu, will obstruct the liver, and will send'its disease producing element* to all parts ofth* system, and every one w ill suffer in whatever organ may be pre disposed to disease. To take medicine to cure disoases occasioned by a dt ticincy of IRON IN THE BLOOD. without restoring it to the system, is like try ing to repair a building when the foundation is gone. It is only since the discovery of that valuable combination know n a- l‘RK! 'VtAb $ l/il P, that the great power of this VITALIZING AGENT over disease ha* been brought to light. The Peruvian Syrup, The Peruvian Syrup is a Protected Solution^ the PROTOXIDE OF IKON a New Discovery in Medicine that Strike* hi the Itooi of Di*en*r, by supplying the Hloodfwith its Vital Principle 01 Life Element I ON. This is the secret of (the wonderful successor this remedy in curing DYSPEPSIA, LIVER COM PLAINT, DROPSY', CHRONIC DIAK UHKA, BOILS, NERVOUS AKKKC HONS, CUILLS AND FEVERS. Ill MORS, LOSS OF CONSTI TUTIONAL VIGOR, DIS EASES of the K1DNEI S A BLADDER EE M A LI .Complaints, and all diseases originating BADST ATEOFTHE BLOOD or accompanied by UKHILIIY or a I.oW STATIC OF 1IIK SYS I KM Being fret* from Alcohol in any form, it* energising ejTects are not followed by rorre spending reaction, but are p rmuueut. lufusitig btkkmjru, viook. and nkw like into all parts of the system, ahd buiMiug up an 1KON CONST!lUTlON ! It itau excollaut substitute for lne or Brandy where a stimulaut is needed. The following names are taken from our pamphlet of testimonial*, which will be seut tree to any address. Her. John l'ierpont, I.ewis Johnson, M D., Kev. Warren Burton, Koswell Kiuuey, M. !>., Kev. Arthur It. Fuller, S. II Keudall, M D., Kev. Ourdou Kobius, W. K. Chisholm, M. D., Kev. Sylvauus Cobb, Jose Antonio Bandies. M. D Kev. T. Starr King, Marcello Aranda. M D., Kev. Kphraim Nute, Jr., A A IIayes, M. D., tTT* There can be but one stronger proof than the testimony of such men a* these, and that is a feu tn>NAL Tin a L. It has cured thousands where other remedies hare failed to give relief, and inralids cannot reasonably hesitate to give it a trial• For DYSFKPr*! A &ud all CHRONIC DISRasRS, cllttN acterlzcd by i>ehility, it is a Specif c. Prepared as heretofore by N. h. CLAUK A CO. —For Salt* by — 8KT1I W FOWLKA CO., IS T runout st.. Boston; J P DINSMOKK. 491 Broadway, New York; aud by all Druggists, let!* deod A weow dm MEDICAL. DH. J. B. HUGHES CAM MM MOUMD AT Hit PRIVATE MEDICAL R00M8, No. 5 Temple Street, WIIEKE he can be consulted privately, and with the utmost confidence by the afflicted, at all hours daily, from 8 a. m. to Up. m. Hr. U. addresses those who are suffering under the aftlictiou of private disease, whether arising from Impure connection or the terrible vice of self-abuse. Devoting his entire time to that particular branch ot the medical profession, he feels warranted in (Iuar amtuuin<« a t'UKK IN ALL Caskh. whether of long , standing or recently contracted, eutirely removing the dr«gs of disease from the system, and making a perfect and PERMANENT CURE. He would call the attention of the afflioted to the fact of his long standing and well earned reputation, furnishing sulucient assurance of his skill and sue oess. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Every intelligent and thinking person must know that remedies handed out from general use should have their efhcacy established by well-tested expe rience in the bands of a regularly educated physi cian, who«e preparatory study tits him lor all the duties lie must fulfill; yet the country is flooded with toor nostrums and cure-alls, purporting to be the est in the world, which are not only useless, but al ways injurious. The unfortunate should be r artic ular in selecting his physician, as It is a lamentable yet incoutrovertable fact that many syphilitic pa tients are made miserable with ruined constitutions by maltreatment from inexperienced physicians in general practice; for it is a point generally conceded by the best syphilographers, that the study and man agement of these complaints should engross the whole time of those who would be competent and successftil in their treatment and cure. The inex perienced general praotitioner, having neither op portunity nor time to make himself acquainted with their pathology, commonly nusruen one system of treatment, in most cases making an indiscriminate use of that antiquated and dangerous weapon, Mer cury. HAVE CONFIDENCE. All who have committed an exooes of any kind,* whether it be the solitary vice of youth, or the sting ing rebuke ol misplaced confidence in niaturer years, SEEK FOR AN ANTIDOTE IN SEASON. The Paius and Aches, and Lassitude and Nervous Prostration that may follow Impure Coition, are the Barometer to the whole system. Do not wait for the consummation that is sure to fol low, do not wait for Uusigbtly Ulcers, for Disabled Limbs, for i/oss of Beauty and Complexion. HOW MANY THOUSANDS CAN TESTIFY TO THIS B Y UNHAPP Y EXPERIENCE. Younjf Men troubled with emissions in sleep, a complaint generally the result of a bad habit In youth, trusted scientifically, and a perfect cure war ranted or no charge made. Hardly a day passes but we are consulted by one or more young men with the abovu disease, some ol whom art- as weak ami emaciated as though they had the consumption, and by their friends supposed to have it. All such Cises yield to the proper and only correct course of treatment, and in a short time are made to rejoioe in perfect health. Bli/L/LiEi AUlii/ ■ r„l . There are many men at the age of 40 or 50 whoaro troubled with too frequent evacuations from the bladder, ofteu accompanied by a slight -nutrtiug or burning sensation, and weakening tlte system in a mauner the patieut cannot account tor. On exam ining urinary dep*«its a ropv sediment will often be found, and sometime* small particles of semen or albumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin tnilkish hue, again changing to a dark and turbid appearance. There are many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which is the SECOND STAGE OF SEMINAL WEAKNESS. I can warrant a perfect cure in such cases, and a fall and healthy restoration of tbe urinary organs. Persons who cannot personally consult the Dr., can do so by writing iu a plain mauner a description of their disease, ana the appropriate remedies will be forwarded immediately. All correspondence strictly confidential and will be returned if desired. Address. DB. J. B. HUGH KB, No. 5 Temple St., foorner of Middle] Portland. Ky~b*nd Stamp for circular. Eclectic medical Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. DK UUGlIFb particularly invites all Ladies who need a medical adviser, to call at his rooms. No. ft Temple Street, which they will find arranged for their especial accommodation. Dr. If.’s Kolectic Renovating Mediclnetareunrival led in efficacy and superior virtue in regulating all Female Irregularities. Their action is speciflo and aertain of producing relief in a short time LADIKb will find it invaluable in all cases of ob structions alter ail other romedio# have been tried ia vain. It is purely vegetable, containing nothing la the least injurious to the health, and may be takes with perfect safety at all times. Sent to any part of the eoantry with full directions hr addressing DK UUGUE8, ■a. ft Temple Street, corner of Middle, Fortlaad. N. *.—LADIES desiring may aoaialt one of their own sex. A lady of experience In oonstant attend anoe. lanldAwly (•ood News for thr Ir n fort u utile. TUB LOMU SOUUBT FOB DISCOVERED AT LAST. Cherokee Remedy -AMD CHEROKEE INJECTION. COMFOUNDED FROM BOOTS, BARBS AMD LBA VBS CHEROKEE REMEDY, the great ndian Din etie, cures all di cases of the Uriaary t gan* *uch as Incontinence of the Urine, lullaiuatiou of the jtvidneys, 8tone in tbe bladder, Stricture, Gravel, Gleet, Gonorrhea, aud is especially recoin mended in those cases of Fluor Albus, ior Whites in Females) where all the old nauseous un «liciue« have failed. It is prepared iu a highly couceutrated form, the dose only being from one to two teaspoonfuis thres times per day. It is diuretic and alterative in its action ; purifying aud cleansing the blood, causing it to flow in all its original purity aud vigor; thu* removing from tbe system all pernicious causes which have induced dis ease. CHEROKEE IFJECTION tsiutended as an ally or assistant to the CHEROKEE REM ED V, an should be used in conjunction with that medicine in all casesof Gonorrhea, Gleet, Fluor Attmeor Whites. Itseffects are healing, soothing and demulcent; re moving ail scalding, heat, choadee and pain, iustead of the burning and almost uncudurable pain that is experienced with nearly all the cheap -jua<'k injec tions. By the use of the CHEROKEE REMEDY aud CHEROKEE INJECTION— the two uiediciues at the same time—all improper discharges are removed aud the weakened organs are speedily restored to full vigor and strength. For full particulars get our pamphlet from any drug store iu the country, or write us aud we will mail free to auy address, a full treatise. Trice, CHEROKEE RKMED Y, $2 per bottle, or three bottles tor $6. • Trice, CHEROKEE INJECTION. »2 per bo e or three bottles for $b. bunt by Kxpress to any address on receipt of tbe Sold by all druggists, everywhere UR. W. R* MKRWIX A C«., POLK PUoPRirroR.H, No. Ml Liberty St., New York. Cherokee Cure ! TM K UKKAT INDIA S M K Did X E, COMPOUNDED PKt»X ROOTS, BAHUS ASU LBAVBS. Au unfailing cure for Spermatorrhea. Semina! Weakness, Nocturnal Kmimlons, and alt diseases caused by self polution ; such as Loss of Memory, Universal Lassitude. Pains iu the Back, Dimness ot Vision, Premature old Age, Weak Nerves. Difficulty of Breathing, Trembling, Wakefulness. Eruptions on the Pace, Pale Countenance, Insanity, Consump tion, aud all the direful complaints caused by de parting from tlie path of nature. This modiciue is a simple vegetable extract, and oue on which all cau rely, as It has be; n used iu our practice for many years, aud, with thousand* treated, it has not failed in a single iustance. Its curative powers have been sufficient to gain victory over the most stubborn case. To those who have tritied with their constitution uulil they thiuk the-mselvos beyond the reach of medical aid. we would say, /Jcsymirnot ' the CHkk OK EE CVltK will restore you to health aud vigor, aud after all quack doctors have failed. For Bill particulars get a circular from any Drug store iu the country, or write the Proprietors, who will mail free to any oue desiriug the same a Bill treatise iu pamphlet form. Prioe, $2 per bottle, or three bottles for *5. and forwarded by express to all parts of the world. Sold by all respectable druggists everywhere. Hit. \V. R. MKRWIN A C*., BULK PROPRIETOR*, fobs eodfcwly No. Mt Liberty St , New York. medical. MORE TESTIMONIALS! m MRS. MANCHESTER Is constantly reed ring unsolicited testimonials ot lb« attonithiug cure, performed by ber. Among many reoontly reoeived are tbe following, wbisb art eommonded to tbe notice of tbe afflicted. Mrs Man oheater may be consulted al No. 11 Clapp’a Hloe'k, ltooin No. It. A CASH OH SPINAL DISK AS K CU HKD 7 bis la to oertity that 1 went to nee Mrs. Munches ter laat March with a daughter of mine troubled with spinal disease, for which she had been doctored for Are yenre, and by a number ol pbyaiciane of all kinds; and she has had twenty-one applications ol electricity applied, bat all to no effect; bnt ahe con tlnnally grew worse. 1 came to the conclusion, as the last resort, to go and see Mrs. Manchester, and did so; and to my great surprise she told me the Hr-1 • os© ot the disease, and how she had boon fromtiaia to time, which encouraged mo to try her medicines, j I did so. aud now my daughter is able to bo around the house all ol the time, hhealso ride* ten or flf. teen miles without any troublo or inoonvenieuoe.and I think in a short time she will be restored to perfect health. Stnoe my daughter has boon dootoriug, I have heard of a great many cases that Mrs. Manchts ter has cured. 1 think if any person deserves pat ronago, it is the one who trios to preserve tbe health of thesiok and "Offering; and I know that she u-e* every effort whioh lies in her power to benefit her patients. Ha ham L. Khimki*, Ciuouou Khimhts, Abby fc. Umiohth, KMUA K.HIOMTU. Brunswick, Maine, August btk. ONR OR TUR ORKATRBT VURRS on RRCORD. Mas. Xamohustku—Dear Mmlam — Thinking a state incut of iny case may be of service to others similarly afflicted, I hasten to give it to you. This is briefly my case—I was taken sick about ii months ago with the Liver Complaint in a very Lad form. I applied to four different physieiaux, Lut re ceived no benefit uulil 1 called on you. At that Umu I had given up buxine#*, and wax in a very bad 4i*te, but alter taking your medicine for a short time I be gan to reoover, and in two month* 1 wax entirely well, and had gained several pouuJs of flesh, and oan truly say that by your skill 1 am a perfectly heal by man. Joesra Da via. Boston | Ma$ne Depot, Portland, Ms. A RMM ARKARLM CVRM OR A CARR OR DRO ar CURKlt BY MRS. MANCUKHTKR. This is to oertlfy that I have been cart-0 of the Dropsy of fifteen years standing by Mrt. Munchet tor. I have been to physicians ia Boston, New York and Philadelphia. They all told me that they could do nothing for me, unless they tapped me, and as sured me that by tapping I could lire bat a short time. 1 had made op my mind to go home and live as long as I could with the disease, end then die. On my way home I stayed over night ia Portland with a friend of mine, and told them what my mind was n regard to my disease. They Anally persuaded me to go and see Mrs Manchester. She examined me and told me my oase exactly. I was so muofa astonished to think that she told me oorrectly, that 1 told her that I would take her medi cines, not having the least (hith that they would me any good, or that I should gut the slightest relief from any oourse whatever; Anally 1 took the medl cine and went home. In one week from the time t commenced taking the mediciue, 1 had over three gallons of water pass me in seven hours; and my fel low sufferers may be assured that It was a great relief to me. 1 had not been able to lie dowa In bed at night before this for two years. Now 1 can lie dona with perfect ease. I have taken her medicine for eight months, and am as well as any nun eould wish to be, and no signs of dropsy. 1 would advise all that are sick to go and oonsult Mrt. Muncktttrr, even If they have been given up by other phy stoians I have sent her a number of cases et other diseases, aad she has onted them also. Uo and for yourselves. 1 had no faith, bat now my faith cannot be sbaked ia her skill In telling and cnriag disease. CaanLne 8. Hannon, Sanaa 1C. Hanaua, Many A. Hannon. Monger,.Main*, AprU id. Oreioa House Krom 8 A. M.tUl i T. M. easlT la hostel »d WISTAB'S BALS/M. —OF— WILD C II LKKT HAH BSE* t’SKD FWJK MARLY HALF A C E X T T R V , with the most Astonishing success iu curing Com oka. ids. Hoarseness. Sort Threats, lmdu» en,a, d hooping Cough, Crimp, Liver Complaint Krtmcyit »*. />•_**' cutig of lit eat kitty, Asthma Sr retry dfee it oh of The Throat. Lungs and Chest MCLUDIMI RYR.x co.iMunpiiuv. A There is scarcely one individual iu \ the community who wholly escaped ■eidft a \nh during a reason, from some cue, bow t iiU',,.SrtSi^r slightly developed, of the shove fi‘ • -2 • ‘ symptoms—a neglect of which might £tt lead to tlw last uam.-d, and most to •JftfililcSSXMb.-dreaded .it'. a*e in lit. cata logue. The power of the “medical | gum” of the Wild Cherry Tree over I ■ tin* cla»-ot e3iuplatut*is well know u , jUso great is the good it ha* performed, and so groat the popularity it has acquired. Iu this preparation, Inrsulea the virtues of the Cherry, there are commingled ivttk ito ther ingredients of tike value thus increasing its ratm# ten fold, and forming a Kerne,h( tcyoae potter to sotdhe, to heal, t > reli ve, and to cure disease, exists iu no other m< dictne yet discovered. Hou. It VFUS AT. (i OODKXl> W, Formerly a member of Congress from Mains, hit kindly permitted us to use hi» testimony in lavor of iFittar’a Holsnm by the following eertilii alien, forwarded through i>r Must, of South l'an*. 1 have tried Wiftas’s Halham oir Wild Cuba* kv for au exceedingly troubIe*ome cough. The eflVct was all that could be desired The use of less than oue bottle relieved uie eutirely. Aim ur great v are ties ot medicine* which 1 have used, 1 ha.s found none to equal “ Wiatar’s." Its curativo properties iu cases of cough, 1 regard a* invaluable. K . U. UtM>l>£NOW. From R. FULL OHS. M. />. Mill, N. U., Nov. 3,1M0. S. W. Fowls I Co.,— Although 1 have generally a great objection to nateut medicine*. I can but *av iu justice to l>u. wjhtab's Kai.haj* or Wild Cheeky, that it is a remedy of superior value for Fulmiouary I harases I have made use of this preparation for *. veral years, and it has proved to be very reliable and erti cacious iu the treatment ot severe and long-staudiug coughs. 1 kuow of one patient, now iu c« ml<»rtabio health, who has taken this remedy ami who, but lor its use. i consider would be living. K. FKLLOWS, M. D. Ipeiritck Appleton Academy ” Nbw IrswiTvit. «. H.. uct. 4, land. Messrs 8 W. Koun A Co.— Ceailemea,—This certifies that for more than four* teen years I have tnequiutly iwd Du, Wism's Balsam of Wild C.iKUkv, for fAmgh*. Cottle, ami Sore Throat, to which I, iu coonnou with tin rest cl mankiud, am subject. ami it me pleasure to say that 1 consider it the very best remedy for such cases, with which 1 am acquainted. 1 should hardly kuow how to do witLout it. Keepcct fully yours, K.T. t%»l' I \t tt \ . Air D, It. T£A(iOR, of Tutncr Village, Writes the proprietors ot this great remedy as follows ; — Tuexcit Villaob, Ml., July 31,18C0. Messrs 8 W Foul a A Co , Br.stou. tients 1 do uot hesitate to recommend l>*. WitlAa'lBiUSM •' r W :lo 1 iiickuy. for t ough* and pulmonary apectione, having ured it iu my family for many years with gnat satisfaction: in deed it has doue more good than all the other reme dies 1 have tried, and their names is !• giou. If all the patent medicines iu the market po»*s-*s« d but a portion of the merit of this • Ace lie lit Balaui. there would l>e ao occasion to coudemu them as humbugs. This medicine is also used by mauy of my Irieud* and acquaiutance* in this town, aud they have found it invaluable; aud 1 hope that others w ho suffer, may give it a trial. Yours respectful!* D. U. TKAltCK. JYem a Highly Reepeytahie Merchant. Falmouth, Mb., Aug. 10,1800. Messrs. 8. W Fowi.k K Co..— tients For a long time I have sutler*-*! more or less with that distressing atllctiou rhthystc- iu its worst forms, aud have resorted to various -o called remedies, but to no purpose as affording the desired relief. Deprived of luv sleep by reason sf the se verity of the disease, it w as only too evident that 1 was fast breaking dow u under it. I restored to Du. Whtai'h Balsam or Wm* ( hikio with but little confidence as to its curative properties, but the use of one bottle has entirely iid me ot this moustcr; and to the publij 1 cau safely commend it as every way worthy their confidence. Most respectfliliv. 8. I. Mi.ltKILL. Wimartl'k Italsain of Wild Cherry IS PktrAKKU By 8aTH W Fowls A Co . Boston. 8o>d by all Druggist* and Dealers iu Medicines. > eblti eod 3ui.

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