Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, April 22, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated April 22, 1864 Page 4
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ORIGINAL. Written for the Preu. Wanted-A Wile. In a pretty cottage not many miles from the “Forest City,” dwells the widow Ray and her only daughter, Nellie, a pretty, warm-hearted girl of seventeen. As they were abundantly able to Uve in idleness, or to do as they pleased, it is not remarkable that time often hung heavi ly upon the bauds of the maiden, who had re cently left a large boarding school, to the great delight of her mother, and a certain young uian who had looked, but not yet breathed his love. But what need is there of words, when the sweet mystic signs of the tenderer passion are so felt aud understood that they need no inter pretation ? Vet, notwithstanding all this, it chauccd as she sat dreaming in the soft and hazy light of a September afternoon, that her eyes fell upon and were arrested long enough to read the following lines; Wanted: A young man of prepossessing ap pearance, and whose ancestors might (it they had thought of it) have traced their lineage back to a line of kings, would be happy to open a correspondence with a young lady who would be willing to share the humble home of a far mer, and who would smile as sweetly in its lowly walls as she would in the palace of a nobleman. Please address Jou.v Oliver Woodman, Grecnvale, N. V. “I will answer that, this very day;” said Nellie, starting up with considerable animation, “just for the fuu of the thing.” “Answer what, Nellie !” asked an old lady who hod been dozing over her knitting for an hour, at least., Nelly explained, adding quite warmly: “Of course, aunt Polly, 1 don't mean any thing serious.” “But Ac might take it seriously, and hold you to your word," said the matter-of-fact aunt Polly. “Iu my young days, meu didn't have to advertise for a wife, but found and took to them uaterally as childreu do the measles. They manage things difrautly nowadays though, so I don't spose 'twill do any good to talk.” And the old lady resumed her knitting with a sigh fur the degenerate times, while Nellie sat down and penned the desired reply on the whitest and finest of cream-laid: TOOBK AKAR. i will give thee a true and faithful heart, To keep thro' lift a *acred part; One that will ever cling to thee While tossed about on life's rough sea. ! With thee forever, I'll launch my barque, Lpou Life’s ocean deep and dark ; To share with thee its darkest hours, To cull with theo its fairest llowors. 1 can smile as sweetly in cottage walls, As sweetly as if In palatial halls, They would be as fair if lighted by love, As au ark of rest to a weary dove. Say than, will you love me, my unknown friend? 11 you can, come aud see me; «u farewt.ll till then. An* Matilda Grby. Thia "highly poetical" missive was enclosed in a dainty envelope and duly dispatched by the next mail. In due time our heroine received a letter from her "unknown friend." Her cousin, Sam Harris, brought it with him one evening, but positively refused to deliver it till he heard who the new correMj»ondent might be; and Nellie was tain to confess what she knew about him. "Well," said Sam, "you needn’t have taken all that trouble, for if I had only known you was so afraid of dying an old maid as all that • comes to, I would have given you the privilege of becoming Mm. Harris before Christmas. ’Taint too late now, is it Nellie ?" "Not it i was disposed to accept your otter, which I beg leave to rea|»ectfully decline," said Nellie with mock humility. "Oh, well, I aint at all particular, only I wouldn't advise you to tell Phil Graham about it, if you caie tor hit good opinion; catch him or any other man that’s worth having to adver tise for a wife." "Like Mr. Harris, for instance," retorted Nellie. "O, the vanity of people "Never mind, fair coz. When I want a wife and can’t get her any other way, I shall adver tise. Good evening." Nellie lost no time in opening her letter,which ran something in this wise : (iEEENVALE, N. V., I»ct. 6, 18—. My Deer Dari:—1 have received a good many letters since I sent that notis to the printer, but 1 like yours the beet an hope we shall soon meet lace to face. 1 ejiose 1 orte to tell you somethin about myself SO you may no just wliat to ex)>ect when you become his Wooumau an then you wout he disapoinled. I have always lived here at home because father means 1 shall have the farm fortakin care of him an marni who is old an feble. Now I want a wife who uoes how to manage things in general an who is willin to put up with too old people who is childish an Irelful when anything crosses them. It will come hard at first, I sjsise, but mnrin she al ways sed ( was as handy as a garl about house an 1 can help you when 1 dout have nothiug else to do. 1 expected to have a luglish garl but the first thing I uoed she went au marrid another feller, llid it break my heartv No, nut by a long shork. But [ was lioppin mad tho, you may beleeve. 1 lost all laitb iu woman kind au told inarm she wood have to get old Judy Sykes to come an do the work but she sed 1 must try ageu there was good fish in the sea yet so I threw uut a line au I gess I’ve caught the best an I sliouldnt wonder if the hansom-:t garl in the market. When you rite please tell me just where you live an the shortest rout an you nia expect me without fail ou the wings of love so 1 remain uiy deer garl your devoted lovyer John Ouykh Woodman. “Oh, dear, dear T what shall I do ? wliat will he think of me T” Aud poor Nellie sunk into a chair aud indulged in a good cry as the first atonement for her folly. If she only dared to tell her mother, or aunt Polly; hut the one would scold, sod the other pity her; sud she was not iu a mood to bear either. He would certainly come and find berout;and everybody else would find out too wliat a complete fool she had made of herself; and wouldn't there he a time ? How old Mrs. Klwill—the young folks called her Ill will—would look down upon her iu virtuous in dignation at her unmaidenly conduct; and worse than all this, she would uut fail to make out a case for Philip Graham's especial benefit, who would certainly despise her as a heartless co quette, at the best. But Nellie's good sense soon came to her aid, and she sat down to write once more to Mr. Woodman, confessing her motive in writing the first time, to be just for th#fun of the thing, and assuring him that she wits not qualified to take upon herself the re sponsibility of caring for his parents in addition to unaccustomed labor that would be hers as the wife of a farmer, etc. Altogether, it was a very good letter, alike creditable to the head and heart that dictated it. When Philip came in the evening, he saw that something Was amiss, and with much concei u begged to know the cause of her trouble. With many' blushes aud tears which she vainly tried to conceal, Nellie told him all abont it, while he to punish her a little, sat cold and silent. She had unwittingly al lowed him to rood her heart, and while his own thrilled with happiness to know that he had no rival there, he could not—like most of the dear creatures—resist the inclination to exercise his power even at the risk of paining her he loved so well. But when a little trembling hand was laid upon his arm, ami he saw in the dark eyes yet humid with tears a mute appeal for pardon, it was not in the nature of the man to'wiih stand it; so he tenderly drew her to his heart while he told the old story that to hear from the lips of one we love is a “joy forever.’’ And if he exacted a promise that nevermore vii#i she answer matrimonial advertisements without his consent, I am not certain that either you or myself,dear reader, have any right to complain, jn Nellie did not. Iua 1’tgLty. • FOR SALE'A TO LET. ▲ Desirable Farm For Bale. Pleasantly situated in Westbrook, six mile* from Portland,near Pride's Bridge, on the road leading from Falmouth to Sacoaruppa -contain ing one hundred acre*, suitably di vided into tillage, pasture and woodland. ▲ plenty of young orcharding apple and pear trees Just come into heanug, of the best varieties. The soil is most ly clay iourn, well watered by a never-failing brook running through the farm. A new two story brick iiouae, with a good cellar, barn and other out-build ings, and an abundant supply of excellent water. Term1' easy. For further luloriuation Inquire of the subscriber on the premises. ABIJAJI UAWKK8, aplldfcwSw* Stevens Plains Post Office. "valuable real estate FOR MALE. Good Location for a Hotel. M That valuable and centrally located House and Jvot, No. 31 India street, for so many years owned and occupied by General Samu el Fessenden, is offered for sale. The Lot is 70 feet on India street, extending back 171 feet -containing neartv 12,000 feet of land. The House is throe storgsd, is in good repair, and con tains fifteen rooms, besides rnauy closets and other conveniences; has gas fixtures throughout; it also has a large flow of PUKE AQUEDUCT WATER, which is vory desirable; also a large Wood House and Barn. This a good piece of property upon which to make improvements. It may be fitted for a Jb Iks I CLASS HOARDING HOUSE, or a SECOND CLASS HOTEL. { Its near proximity to the terminus of the Grand Truuk 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 chanic or other person having means, by the erec tion of Tenements, its large depth affording ample space lor a block of eight or ten buildings. For further particulars enquire of WM. li. JERRI S. Argus Office Portland, Dec. 8. 1363. decll MWF J Valuable Farm For Sale. THE subscriber offers for sale, the farm now occupied by him in Gorhain. containing about 150 acre* of good laud, with convenient i __'. dwelling-house, a very large, com modious ana well built bt.ru and outbuildings, all in good repair. Maid farm i*on the new road from Maccarappa to Gorham Corner, about eight mi lei* from Portlaud, two from Maccarappa and one from Gorham. It has u valuable wood lot containing about forty aertn, is well watered, and is altogeth er one of the best farms in Gorham. Apply to lioN.TOPPAN KOBIE, Gorham, H. H. Dow, Portland,orto John Johnson, on tbepremlsec. apr5d4w* FOR HALF. 1111 AT well-known and valuable Island (called Msrkay'* Maud) situated in Casco Bay, about one half mile from the City of Portlaud, and about ono-sixtrenth of a mile from the main land of West brook. It contains about One Hundred Acres of excellent land, a Dwelling-House and Two Barns — is of moderate ascent—commanding a fine view of the Bay and Harbor. Tbc Land can be made very productive, as large quantities of sea-dressing can at all times be obtained from the shores. One-half the purchase-money can remail on mortgage lor a term of vears. if required. If not sold before Saturday, May 1st. 1H64 at pri vate sale, it will then be sold at Public Auction. For terms and particulars, inquire of C M. DAVIS *CO.. 117, Commercial 8t. April 19, 1KC4 feed till May Farm for Hale. IN Cape Elizabeth, 2} miles from Portland Bridge, about 100 acres of well proportioned mowing tillage Pasture, wood and timber. About 600 cords hard and soft wood. Cuts40 tons hav, Barn most new. 3S by GO, Lumber for 1} Story bouse—on the . direct read to Portlaud, extending 60 rods back, welllocated to cut into ten acre lots, and will be if requested. Fences stone wall mostly new. Pries §76 per acre, 26 per cent cash ; balance can remain a number of year» secured by mortgage. For par ticulars enquire of SCOTT DYER, men30 d4ru For Sale or to Lei. A FINE Country Seat ou Back Cove road, front ing the City and about two mile* therefrom, with Garden and Orchard, six teen acres of laud, a large Brick House with twelve finished rooms, alarge Barifand Chaise House. This property is as desir able a location for a genteel residence, or a public house as is to be fouud within tue vicinity ol Port laud. It will be eold low on a long teun of oredit for the greater part of the purchase, or leased for a terra of years. MOSES GOULD, 74 Middle St. me hi 7 Gw For Sale, The three story dwelling-house No. 22 Brown Street, containing thirteen modern finished rooms including Bath room, Range, Furnace uml Gaa Fixture#, with plenty of cioeet room. Terms easy. Unless previously disposed of at private sale, it will be sold at auctiou on the 27th day of April next. J T. SMITH. Inquire of J. E. FERNALD, or GKOIIGE W AT ERHOUSE. nich21 dtoaplST House Tor Sale. A threehtory duelling house with brick basement, 2JL situated on the corner of Monument and War reu streets: has twelve finished rooms, and is well calculated for one or two fanUlie*. For terms ap ply to Edward Shaw, at the office of the Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 102 Middle Street, orto N. F. DKERING. mchl6 dtf No. 3 Exchange St. For Sale or to Lei. CLIFF COTTAGE, oontalntug over SO rooms .large stable and sheds—situated two and one-half miles from Portland, and the fluest situation in Cape Elisabeth for a wa _ tering place, and summer boarders. For particulars enquire of GEO.OW’flN, ap7 dtf 31 Winter Street. Portland. K«*hI Estate for Hale. mill tlm* Story Brick House and Let. No. 64 X Cumberland St. Ibe house contains twelve well finished room*. Bathing room, hot and cold water, Euruocc, Gass, and all other conveniences of a first class house. Good Stable. Enquire of SOUTHARD A WOODBURY, mch22dtf 78 Commercial Street. For Sale. A ONE and a half story House, brick basement, on Washington street, now occupied by Mrs. Sarah Morse, lot 60 by ltJO feet. For particulars, enquire of Oi.ivau (.KRUiftu, Ciiaklkh Foirart or JOHN PUKINGTON, No. 1*3 Fore St. nich2* 4w Hales Room to Let.* AspaclouH and desirable Kales Room to let on the second floor in the new EVANS BUILDING, ou Middle St , if applied for immediately. WARREN SPARROW', me hr. dtf No. 74 Middle St., cor. Exchange, To Eet. milE pleasant and commodious oftioe (with ante X room) on second floor, over office of the Ocean insurance Company, corner of Exchange and Milk Streets. P onset* ion given immediately I nquire at ottce of OCEAN INSURANCE CO. aplltf To Let. THE room# over the store of the subacrlber.oorner 01 Fore lud Exchange streets, now occupied by Btophen Berry as a printing oilice. Possession given 1st of January. Apply to dec&dtt BKNJ. FOGG. For Mule. ASlnop\achl, about 7 tons burthen, one year old. well found in sails, tackling. Ac. Apply to Deguio A Dyer, head Brown s Wharf, Commercial street. Portland, April 19, 1864. aprl'J d3w* To Let, CTORK now occupied by us. Possession given kj immodiatoly. Al.u, a Front office In H&u.on Block. Jm* dtf H. J. LIBHKY ft CO. For Sule. ONK F'.xprwn Wagon, nearly new, can he u»ed lor one or two Uoraea. It haa Foie and hhaft) complete. For price Ac., oall at No.4 Free Street, Portland. apr I eodtf Meiini Power to Keut. ROOMS with Steam power can he had, by appli cation to J. L. WINSLOW, ti Union St. apr2 3w THE BEST! Ke-opened. f|1HK Photograph Galleries, No. 80 Middle street, A Portland, having been thoroughly retltted and supplied with all the latest improvements, are now open for the accommodation or the public. The proprietor is prepared to supply his former customers and all who may give him a call, with pic tures of every description, executed in tbo best man ner aud at reasonable prices. BJT* Particular attention given to copying. A. 8. DAVI8, Proprietor. Portland, July 80,1863 dtf For Conghs, CshU and C'onauasptloa. 11 UK Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam is the most highly approved medicine ever discovered. It haa atotui the beat of all testa, 'J'ime, baviug had an unprecedented sale of nearly forty yeara. It is rocomincuded bv our best phyaicinna, our most emi nent citterns, the Press, the Trail*, in iact by all who know it. For certificates, which can bo given to almost any extent, see wrappers to each bottle. The proprietor# will cheerfully refund the money if uot ent rely satisfactory. Price 60 cents ami 1# . the largo bottles much the cheapest. He careful to qet the uenuine, which is prepared only by REED. CUT TER £ CO., Wholesale Druggists, Boston. Boldin Portland by dealers generally. fl. H. HAY, Druggist, corner Middle and Free streets. Wholesale Agent. decH isd6n> Notice* WHEREAS f-*aao A. Davis, a toy that has been liviug with me since ho was an infant, has left my house the fifth day of this mouth, this is to notify all persons that 1 shall pay noiUb.sot hi# con tracting alter this date. < AI.VIN P. DAVIS. North Yarmouth, April 18,1864. aplH d8w* ■JIMMll _ll I II HI IWM_I.II ia L ., UtlM IL »» RAILROADS, PORTLAND ANDRENNEBRC l.l. SPRING k HUMMER AR K ANG KM EN* T, Commencing Monday, April 18, 1864. GSSB&SS&E} Trains leave Skew began fur Port, and au<J Boston, at 9 00 A. M , Augusta, li.lo a. Ai. and Bath 12 »•) F. M. Leave Portland for Bath, Augusta. Waterville, Kendall's Mills and Skowbrgan, at MOP. M. MONDAY MORNING AND SATURDAY EVE NING TRAINS. On Monday- Leave Augusta at 5.30 A M. and Bath at 0.80 A. U for Portland and Boston. Ox 8ATURi>AY*-Leave Portland at S 15 P M or on arrival of train from Boston, for Bath and Augusta Paieteugeri for stationson the Androscoggin Rail road will chant ecars at Hiunswick. The 1 10 P. M. traiu from Portland connects at Kendull'e Mills with Maine Central Railroad lor Bangor, Ac , arriving same evening. ^Stages leave Ba h lor Rockland at 9A.M. and 3 P M. Stigos leave Augusta for Belfast at 4 P. M. Stag* * leave Skowhegan at 0 10 P. M. for Anson, Solon, Ac. Through Tickets for all the stationR on this and the Androscoggin Railroad, can l»e procured in Boston at the Eastern or Ho*? on and Maine stations. B. H. CUSHMAN,Superintendent. April 1C, 18G4. tf York * Cuiiilwrlunti Kulltond. HUMMER ARRANGEMENT. TTitMTMJ* (,n after MONDAY, April r 1th., 1864, trains will leave a* I l»ll«nr». iiutil furthi r uoiico Saco ltiver for Portland at 5 45 w - ■ ■ * 1 (Freight Train with Passenger Cars) and 9.15 A. m , and 3.80 i>. u. Leave Portland tor Saco River, 7.45 A. xi. and 2.00aud 6,20 y. m. The 2 001*. m. train out, and 6 45 a n. train into Portland,will be freight trains with passenger cars attached Stages connect at Haccarappa daily for South Windham, Windham Center and Great Falls. At Gorhaiu lor West Gorham, Staudish. Steep Falls, Baldwin. Sebag”, Bridgton. Hiram, Liming ton, Cornish, Denmark, Brownfield. Level, Fryo burg, Conway, Bartlett, Albany, Jackson and Ea ton, N. H. At Buxton Center for West Buxton, Bonney Ea gle, South Liininj£tori, Limington and Limerick At Saco River tri-weekly, for Hollis, Limerick, Osslpee, N cam old, Farsonsticld, Kthngcaiu, Free dom, Madi-ou. fraten, Cornish, Porter, Ac. Fares 5 Cents less when tickets an* purchased in the Office, than when paid in the < ar*. DAN. CARPENTER, Supt. Portland April 7, 1864. dtp nilNE CENTRAL RAILROAD. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Trains leave Portland, Grand Trank Station, for Lewiston and Auburn, at For Bangor and Intermediate stations at 1.10 r.M. RETURN!NG-leave Lewiston at 6.30 a m., and arrive in 1 . Hand at 8.90 a. m. Leave Bangor at 7.15 a. M.. and arrive In Portland at 2 00 p.m. Moth these trains eon nest at Portland with trains lor Boston. Freight train loaves Portland at 8 A. M., and re turning is due in Portland at 1 r. n. Stages connect with trains at principal stations, daily for most of the towns North and East of this line. C. M. MORSE.Sup t. Waterville, November, 1868. decl4 UKA1D TKI1U4 KAILHA1 Of Cunadtt. .WINTER ARRANGEMENT. nmHT On and after Monday, No?. V, 1868, Itraius will run daily, (Sundays except ad) until further uotioe, as follows: Up Trains. Leave Portland for South Paris at 7.40 a. n. For laland Pond at 1.10 r. v. Down Train*. Leave Island Pond for Portland, at 6 A. M. Leave South Paris for Portland at 6.46 a. x. The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding *60 In value, and that per sonal, unless notice is given, and paid lor at the rate of one passenger for every 96u<i additional value. C. J HUY DgKS. Managing Director. U. BAILEY, Superintendent. Nov. 4, 1863. nov# PORTLAND, SAC O A PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. SUA/MXIt ARRAN O KMX NTS Commencing April 11th, 1864. nxxw Passenger Trains will leave the 8ta Lon. Canal street, daily, (Sundays ex oepted)as loliows: Leave Portland for Boston, at 8 46 A. x. and 3.CO r. x. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.80 A.x. and 8.00 ?. x. Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.00 a. x. and 6.80 p m. These trains will taka and leave passengers at way stations. Freight trains leave Portland and Boston daily. FRANCIS CHASE, Superintendent. Portland. Oct 80.1863. oc31 edtf STEAMBOATS. International Steamship Company. Eastport, Calais A St John. two tkipsTpek week. On and after Monday, March 28, the superior tea-going Steamer NEW DUCKSWlcK, Cant. K. B _ ‘Winchester, will leave Railroad Wharf, loot of State Street, every Monday at 6 o’clock P. M .ami the Steamer NEW ENGLAND, Capt. E. Field, every Thursday at 6 o’clock 1*. M., for Easlport and St. John, N. H . connecting at at John with steamer Emperor for Digby, Windsor and Halifax, mud with the E. A N. A. Railroad lor Sbe diae and all way station*. Roturuing. will leave St John every Mor.day and Thursday at 8 o’clock A. M., for Mnatport, Portland and Boston. Stave coaches couuect with steamer at Lamport for Mach las. Freight for Calais will be forwarded by failing ves sels for the pr(%ent. Through ticket, procured of the Agents and Clerk ou hoard Steamer. Freight received till 4 o'clock P. M , Mondays and Thursdays mchiCdtf C.C. EATON, Agent. Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. (JAKRV1NU I lift CANADIAN ftU.H MAILS. Passenger* Booked to Londonderry, Glasgow and Liverpool. EETVIiX TICASTS GRANTED AT REDUCED RATES. m The steamship Peruvian, Capt. L alien tine, will sail from this port tor Liver• <. Tifriynoolon SATU HD AY, April 23d, to be RsEsmBbIsI succeeded by the Nova Scotia on the 8otli ol April, immediately after the arrival of the Train of the previous day from Montreal. Passage to Londonderry, Glasgow and Liverpool —Cabin (according to accommodation) 96t; to 980; Steerage, 93u. Payable in gold or its equivalent. For Freight or Passage apply to if. A A ALLAN. No. 5 Grand Trunk Railroad Passenger Depot To be suooeeded by the steamship Peruvian on the 23d of April. Portland and Boston Line. THK STEAMERS Forest City, Lewiston and Montreal ABps Will, until further notice, run as follows: Leave Atlantio Wharf, Portland, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, at 7 o’clock P. M., and ludia Wharf, Boston, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, at 6 o'clock P. M. Fare in Cabin.91.50 " on Deck. 1.25 Freight taken as usual. The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding 950 in value, and that person al, unless notice is given and paid for at the rate of one passenger for every 9500 additional value. Feb 18,1883. dtf L BILLINGS, Agent. Portland and New York Steamers SEMI-WEEKLY LINK. The splendid and fast Steamships “LOCUST POINT," Capt .WiLLMTT, and “POTOMAC," Captain Shir wood, will,until further notice, run as follows. Leave Browns Wharf, Portland, every WEDNES DAY, and SATURDAY, at 4 P. M , and leave Pier • North River, New York, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 3 o'clock, P. M. Thtwe vessels are fitted up with fine accommodations for passengers, making this the most speedy, safe and comfortable route for travellers between New York and Maine. Passage 97,00, including Fare and State Rooms. Goods forwarded by this line to and from Montreal, Suebec, Bangor, Bath, Augusta, Eastport and 8t. ohn Shippers are requested to send their freight to the steamers asearly as 8 P. M., on the day that thep leave Portland. For freight or passage apply to EMERY A FOX, Brown’s Wharf, Portland, kl. B. CROMWELL A CO., No. 86 West Street, New York. Deo. 8.1862. dtf (■at-doning;. 1111E Gentry of this City and vicinity, who may wish to have their private gardens taken cure of during the season, t.rapcries. Grafting and Fruit trees attended to, will be accoiucdated, by ap phiBbto Aliikkt Dibwamuer, corner of North and Montreal St’s, or drop a note at Box 1988, Post Office. «pr4 eodtf Wagon*. Tor Sale. THREE Wagous for sale. Inquire of W II. VINTON, mcb21 dAwtf 64 Middle Streep Portland. MEDICAL. A T WOOD’S ATWOOD'S QUININE TONIC BITTEK8 QUININE TONIC BITTEHS 1, the best Aromatic TONIC and STOMACHIC’ JScer brought before thepublic. — IT WILL— Improve the Appetite, Facilitate Digestiou, t.ive toue to the NervoiisSysteni. Vigor to every Organ of the Hotly. Thereby imparting Health and Strength 1 hero is no remedy so good in LANQUOR AND DEBILITY, whether general, or following acute disease. Con yaloacents from sickness wid And it a most excel lent restorative aud agreeable exhileraut. NO SOLDIER SHOULD BE IN THE FIELD WITHOUT IT. WHAT IS SAID OF IT: I he report of tho Sanitary Commission says: " It is wise aud prudent where aguo and ft vers tro pmilwit, tlm every man should take a dose of Quiuiiie liitters at leant once in tweuty-iour «.» J4h,B W,I!/1!,rel/ serve as a sal .guard against disease. It has been practiced iu Florida aud elsewhere with undoubted benedt.” Ml** Dix, at the head of the Hotpital Depart ment Waahtnyton, writes “| would »gaiu, at this period, say that your *onic'* used, and that several burgeons oi tt< giineut* much approve of it.” Capt. Waltke 8. SAMreov, qf the V. 8. Army, says: “The Bitters did an immense amount of good among the men under my command ; as. ’or instance, a number of sore throat, oi dlarrhta,, of dysontary and chills aud lever, were cured by it." Surgeon Gen. Wn, J. Dale says: “I esteem it an invaluable remedy io various forms ol debility/* ko. Sold by all Druggists, AND CHAS. H. ATWOOD. I# Central Street, Roktoa, PROPRIETOR. fob 19 eod 3m Female STRENGTHENING CORDIAL. This Medicine is of long tried efficacy lor correct ing all disorders incidental to the leminiue sex. That the afflicted may feel assured that this t'urdiai is truly valuable and worthy their coutideuce,- not one of those secret compounds purposed to destroy health) action, 1 add a few tpMiinoniah from phvs ician» wrkom all. Imvoria* tb« Kk-ctricaud U«n>ravd Practice ot Medicine, respect. - C. <j KoKt i E, formerly Professor in the It orcesier Medical College, and President of the Electric Medical bociety, Hass., speaks oi it in the following terms: "1 have used the Female Strengthening Cordial similar to that preparation by DK. liEO. W biffETT, lUG Hanover Street, and 1 regard it as one of the best Medicines for Female Complaints that can be found." DK. J. KING, 'Author of " Woman: Her Dis eases and tinir Treatment," says: " This Modioiue appearato exert a specific influ ence on the Uterus. It is a valuable agent in all de rangements of the Female Heproouctive Organs." DK. SMI 111, President of the New Yo/k Asso ciation of botanic Physicians, says : " No Female, if in delicate health,»houd omit the timely use of this valuable Cordial. I owe much ot my success in midwifery to the use of this Medi cine.” MOfllKKb ANI) MAKKIKD LADIES The following from Dr. FAY is worthy your no tice : " A«a general remedy for Female Complaints this ‘ Cordial’ is a very valuable one, but by the Profes sion it is esteemed more highly for its good result during Coutiuenn nt in relieving the great suffering attendant upon childbirth. 1 acknowledge with Dr. Smith that much of my success in midwifery is due to the use of this medicine. It strengthens both mother and child. In each cases 1 follow the di rections of l’rof. hing, by allowing my patients to use it a few weeks prev ious to con tin*men t, as by the energy it imparts to the uteriue nervous system the labor will be very much facilitated, and removes the scraps which many females are liable to. No woman, if she knew the groat 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. 1 w 11 warrant every bottle of toy "Cordial" to be satisfactory in its re sults. The following symptom* indicate those affections in which the Female Strtngthtning Coraiul Las proved invaluable: Indisposition to Exertion, Wakefulness, Uneasi ness, Depression of Spirits, Trembling, Los* of Power, Paiu in the back. Alternate Chills, and Flushing of Heart, Dragging bensation at the Lower Part of the body, Headache. I.auguor. Ach ing Along the thighs, lutolen-nce of Light ami bound, Pale Countenance, Derangement o! tho Stomach and bowels, Difficult breathing, Hysteria, Ac.. Ac. It is a specific remedy in all Uterine IH-o-asM, Chlorosis ot tircen Sickness, irregularity, Painful nes*. Profits# or Suppression of Customary Dis '•harge-t, Leucorrhaa or Whites, Scirrhu# or Ulcer ate State ot the Uterus, Sterility, Ac No bettor Tonic can po«»ibly be put up than this, and none less likely to do harm, and it is composed wholly ot vegetable agents, and such as we have known to be valuable, and have used fur mauy years. PK1CE. One L>ollar Per bottle, or six bottles for §6. Should your druggi-t not have It, send directly to us, and when six bottles or more are ordered we will pay all expenses,%nd have it securely packed from observation, be sure and get that prepared at the New England botauic Depot, lo6 Hanover St. Hoston. OKU. W SWKTT, M. D., Proprietor. II. II. IIAY, Agent, Portland. fa..itiliik B. P^JJ. R. Berry’s Batholooioal HAIR RENOVATOR 18 a standard preparation that has been thoroughly tested; its composition is iu strict accordance with hygirnic rules and scientific principles- is not the ephemeral production of a day, but the result of luug and patieut study, experiment aud research, BRING ▲ TKCK Renovator anil Restorer of Hair * Iu a pathological or diseased state to T 11 K NA TURAL COLOR aud condition of health, by working upon the roots aud papilla-ceou* secretions, supp7>ing the hair with that nutritious clement iu which the blood is deficient, and removing the accumulated excess of dandruff and humor, makiog a most iKltyhtful Dressing, well and agreeably perfumed,thus afford ing a desirable article of intrinsic value for the Toi let. It will In ALL OAHU* (with the exception of very aged people, where the roots, germ* aud sheaths haw all con-e away, or, by reason of age, become disorganized,) promote a New and Healthy Growth ! Restore the grey to its natural color; slop and pre vent the hair falliug off— causiug it to become moist, soft aud glossy. It will gradually darken light and flaxen hair without dyeino it or staining the skin—being free from silver aud other injurious cheiuixal*, aud truly beuefleiai to the hair iu all its phases TRY 11', aud be assured of its superiority over all other preparations. PRKPAKED ONLY BY HENRY A. BERRY, Chemist, 229 1-2 Congress Street, Portland, Me. H. H. HAY, junction Free and Middle streets, General Agent for Maine. Price ¥1 per bottle. fc9’~’8old by Druggists everywhere. Berry’s Preservative and Dressing For beautifyiug and preserving the hair, A SPLENDID COMPOUND, composed of vkoktablk kxtbactb, containing no oil or alcohol, chemically combined and highly per fumed. Price 60 ceut# per bottle. jan‘23dly To Mfimif'acturprs rpiIH subscriber being iu correspondence with an 1 Emigration Agent in Birmingham, England, (w)io has been iu the business for a long time will obtain through that Ageney Arti/an# or Workmen of ail classes with promptness and dispatch. EDWARD SU AW, March y, lbt>4 tf 0*11 Middle street, Portland. MEDICAL. KlixlM Elixir IJK. WHIOUT'B REJUVENATING ELIXIR! OR, ESSENCE OK LIFE. Prepared pbom Purk Vbobtable Extracts, OONTA IN I MG NOTHING INJURIOUS TO TH* MnfiT DKLICATB. HPHE Rejuvenating Elixir is the result of modern discoveries in the vegetable kingdom, being an entirely new aud abstract method ot cure, irrespec tive oi all the old aud woru-out systems. 1 his medicine has been tested by the most emi nent medical men of the day, aud by them pronounc ed to begone ot the greatest medical discoveries ol the age. One bottle will cure General Debility. A few doses euro Hysterics in females. Oue bottle euros Palpitation of the Heart. A few doses restore the organs of generation. I rorn one to three bottles restores the maulines and full vigor of youth. A few doses restore the appetite. Three bottles cure the worst case of impotoncy. A few doses cure the low-spirited. Oue bottle restores mental power. A few doses bring the rose to the cheek. 1 hia medicine restores to mauly vigor and robus 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 nervoRs depression, tho udividua! suffering from general, debility, or from weakness of a singe organ, will all find immediate and permanent relief by the use of this Elixir or Es sence of Life. jjoiagaC I>or bottle, or three bottles for S6, and fiWwanled by Express, on receipt of money, to any address. Bold by all Druggists everywhere. DH. W. K. MERWIN ft Co., BOLE PROPRIETORS, No. L9 Libcrty-st., New York. CHEROKEE PILLS! SUGAR COATED. FEMALE REGULATOR, HEALTH PRESERVER, CERTAIN AND SAFE, For the removal of Obstructions. and the Insuranc of Regularity in the Recurrence of tho Monthly Periods. 1 hey cure or obviate those numerous diseases d»s, spring from irregularity, by removing the irregular ity itself. They cure Suppressed,Excessive and Palatal Men struation. They cure Green Sickness (Chlorosis). They cure Nervous and Spinal Affections, paius in the back and lower parts of the body, Heaviness, Fatigue on slight cxertiou, 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 nsed, they never fail to do. All letters seekiug information or advice will be promptly, freely and discreetly answered. Full directions accompany each box. Price f 1 per box, or aix boxes for 96. Sent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of price. Bold by all respectable Druggists. Dr. W. H. M ERWIN & Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS, No. 69 Liberty-st., New York. febdc odAeowly IMPORTANT TO ALL INVALIDS! IRON IN THE BLOOD is well known to the Medf cal Profession that THE VITAL PRINCIPLE o K LIFE ELEMENT OK Tilt; BLOOD IS I ROM. This is derived chiefly from the food weeat; but if the food is not properly digested, or if. from any cause whatever, the m-cessary <|uatit? of iron is not taken into the circulation, or become reduced, the whole system sutler*. The bad blood will irritate the heart, will clog up the lungs, stupefy the hraiu, will obstruct the liver, and will send its disease producing element* to all parts of th» system, and every one will suffer iu whatever organ may be pre disposed to disease. To take medicine to cure diseases occasioned by a dt-dcincy of IRON IN THE BLOOD, without restoring it to the systain, hi like trying to repair a building wheu the lodWdatiou is gun*. It is only since the discovery ol that valuable combination known a a J‘Riil7l'lAX SYRL’t, that* the great power of this VlEALlZINli ADEN l over disease has been brought to light. The Peruvian Syrup, The Peruvian Syrup is a Protected Solution^ the PROTOXIDE OF I RON a Nr w l>i»c**ery in M eriieinr that Strikes hi tbe Kuoi ol IHsrase, by supplying the ltlood|with its Vital Principle «i Life Element I ON* This is the secret of|the wonderful sucoessof this remedy in curing DYSPEPSIA, LIVER COM PLAINT, DROPSY, CIIKONIO DIAR RHEA. boils, nervous affec tions. CHILLS AND FEVERS, HUMORS, LOSS OF COHSTI TUTIONAL VIDOR. DIS EASES of the K1DN E YS A BLADDER FE M A I.E Complaints, and all diseases originating in a oaitoiaiiiur i c x. n nu v o or accompanied by DEBILITY or a LOW STATE OF THE SYSTEM. Being free from Alcohol in any form, its energizing effects are not followed by corresponding reaction, but are p riuanent, infusing htrknoth, viw«»r and mw Lire into all parts of the system, ahd building up an IKON CONSTITUTION 1 It isau execilaut substitute for lne or Brandy where a stimulant is needed. The following names are taken from our pamphlet of testimonials, which will be aent tree to any address. Kev. John Pierpont, I-ewl* Johnson, M. D., Kev. Warron Burton, ltoawell Kinnay, M. D., Kev. Arthur B. Fuller, 3 II. Keudall, M. D , Kev. Gurdou Kobius, W. K. Chisholm, M. D., Kev. Sylvauus Cobb, Jose Antonio Sauchea, M. D. Kev. T. Starr King, Mareeho Aranda, M D , Kev.Ephraim Nute, Jr., A. A Hayes, M. D., ty* There can be but one Stronger proof than the testimony qf suck men as these, and that it A pkr won a i. trial. It has cured thousands where other remedies hare failed to give relief, and inralids cann<d reasonably hesitide to give it a trial. For dyshkphia and all chronic uisbasks, char acterized by debility, it is a Specific. Prepared as heretofore by N. L. t'LAKK & CO. —For Sale by— j SET 11 W. FOWLEA CO.. 1* TremonUt.. Boston ; J. P. DINSHOKE,4DI Broadway. New York; and by all Druggists. teblS deod A weow dm MEDlSI DR. J. B. HIIOHII OAB BB TUOBD AT BIB PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, Wo. 5 Temple Street, WHERE he can be consulted privately, and with the utmost confluence by the afflicted at ail hours daily, from 8 a. a. to 9 p. m. Hr. 11. addresses those who are suffering under the affliction of private disease, whether arising from impure connection or the terrible vice of selfeabuse. Devoting his entire time to that particular braucb of the medical profession, he feels warranted iu Uuae* antkkino a Curb in all Casks, whether of long standing or recently contracted, entirely removing the dregs of disease from the system, aud making a perfect and PERMANENT CURE. - He would call the attention of the afflicted to the fhet of his long standing aud woll earned reputation, furnishing sufficient assurance of his skill and suo oeaa. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Every intelligent aud thinking person must know that remedies handed out from general use should have their efficacy established by well-tested expe rienoe iu the hands of a regularly educated physi cian, who«e preparatory study fits him lor all the duties he must fulfill; yet the country ia flooded with poor nostrums and oure-alls, purporting to be the best in the world, which are not only useless, but al ways injurious. The unfortunate should be paktio ulab in selecting his physician, as it is a lamentable ?et incoutrovertable fact that many syphilitic pa tents are made miserable with ruined constitutions by maltreatment from inexperienced physicians in general practice; for it is a point generally conceded by the best xyphilographers, that the study and man agement of these complaints should engross the whole time of those who would be competent and auccessflil in their treatment and cure. The inex perienced general practitioner, having neither op I portunit v nor time to make himself acquainted with i their pathology, commonly pusrues one system of treatment, in most casqs maxing an indiscriminate use of that antiquated and dangerous weapon, Mer cury. HAVE CONFIDENCE. All who have committed an excess of any kind,* whether it be the solitary vice of youth, or the sting ing rebuke of misplaced confidence iu maturer years, SEEK FOR AN ANTIDOTE IN SEASON. The Pains and Aches, and I-assitude and Nervous Prostration that may follow Impure Coition, art 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 Disabled Limbs, for Ix>se of Beauty and Complexion. HOW MANY THOUSANDS CAN TESTIFY TO THIS B Y UN HARP Y EXPERIENCE. Yon nr Men troubled with emissions in sleep, u complaint generally the result of a bad habit ia youth, treated scientifically, and a perfect eure war ranted or no charge made. Hardly a day passes but we are consulted by one or more young men 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 ues yield to the proper and only correct course of treatment, and ia a short time are made to rejoice in perfect health. MIDDLE AGED MEN. There are many men at the age of 40 or 60 wtioare troubled with too frequent evacuation* from the bladder, often accompanied by a alight smarting or burning sensation, aud weakening Ute system In a manner the patient cannot account for. On exam ining urinary dep< site a ropy sediment will often be found, and sometimes small particles of semen or albumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin milkish hue. Main changing to a dark and tnrbid appearance. There are many men who die of this difficulty, Ignorant of the cause, which is the SECOND STAGE OF SEMINAL WEAKNESS. 1 ean warrant a perfect enre in such eases, and • fell and healthy restoration of the urinary organa. Persons who cannot personally consult the Dr., can do so by writing in a plain manner a description of their disease, and the appropriate remedies will be forwarded immediately. Ail correspondence strictly confidential and will be returnedif desired. Address, DJI. J. B HUGHES. No. 6 Temple St., roomer of Middle] Portlaad. VSead Stamp for otreular. i Eclectic IHedical Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. DB.HUQHK8 portion larly Invite,all Ladle, who nood » nodical adriotr, to coll at hi, room,. Mo. ITompl, street. which tiny wili lad arranged for their eepecial aecommodotioa. Dr. H.'e I£clectic Renovating MedieiBMareiarlval lod iu elBeaay and eaportor virtue in regulating all Female IrregularitiM. Their aotioa i, ,pooilo and oortain of producing relief in a ehort time. LaDIKS will And it invaluable In all ca,e« of ob* •traotioae after all other remedlee hart boon triad la vain. It U purely vegetable, containing nothing la the leaet iajarioae to the health, and may bo taken with perfect eatoty Mall time# Bent to any ,XM artbc eoantrv with fall dlroetloa, by addreeeiag DR UUUUE8, Me. < Temple Btreat, toner of Middle, Portland. H. M.—LADIESdeeiriog may ooaaalt on# of th«t, own MX. A lady of oaporlanM la con,Uni attend* mw. laaldhwly flood New, ior the ITafortunate. the Loaa eoi’oHT von DiscurmcKD at last. Cherokee Remedy -aud CHEROKEE INJECTION. OOMroVKUKO ITKOM EMITS, BAUKfi AID LIA VM CHEROKEE REMEDY, the great ndisn Din etio. cure* all di‘eases of the Urinary t gans, such a* Incontinence of the Urine, lnfiamation of the jKidneys, Stone iu the Bladder, Stricture, Gravel, Gleet, Gonorrhea, aud Is especially recommended in tho*c cases of Fluor A/bus,lor White* in Females) where all the old uau**ous lut-diciue* havo failed. It is prepared in a highly concentrated form, the dose only being from one to two teaspooufuls. three times per day. It is diuretic and alterative in its action; purifying and cleausiug the blood, causing it to flow in all its original purity and vigor: thus removing from the system all pernicious causes which have iuduced dis ease. CHEROKEE 1 EJECTION is intended as an ally oraseistant to the CIIEROKEK REMEDY, an should be used in conjunction with that medkiue in all cascsof Gonorrhea, Gleet, Fluor Albas or Whites. Its effects are healing, soothing aud demulcent; re moving all scalding, heat, choadee and pain, iustead of the burniug aud almost uueudurahle pain that is experienced with nearly nil the cheap quack sqjcc tioUS. By the use of the CHEROKEE REMEDY and CHEROKEE INJECTION—the two medicines at the same time—all improper discharges are removed and the weakened organs are speedily restored to full vigor and *treagth. For full particulars get our pamphlet from any drug store in the country, or write us aud we will mail free to any address, a fell treatise. Price, CHEROKEE REM ED Y, ri per bottle, or three bottles for 96. Price, CHEROKEE INJECTION, 92 par bo e or three bottles for 96. Bent by Express to any address on receipt of the prioc. Sold by all druggists, everywhere. UR. W. R. M ERWIN A Ce., eoLX moral rroas. No. 59 Liberty St., New York. Cherokee C\ire ! TUK OKKAT DIAS MED I Cl X M, COMPOCXDBD VKOM ROOTS, BARKS AMD LBAVSS. An unfailing cure for Spermatorrhea, Bemiual Weakness, Nocturnal Kmissious, and all diseasos caused by self polution; such as Loss of Memory, Universal Lassitude, Pains in the Back. Dimness of Vision. Premature old Age, Weak Nerves. Difficulty of Breathing, Trembling, Wakefulness. Eruptions on the Face, Pale Counteuaucc, Insanity, Consump tion, and all the direful complaints caused by de parting twm the path of uature. This medicine is a simple vegetable extract, tud one on which all can rely, as it has been used in our practice for manv years, and, with thousands treated, it has not tailed in a single instance. Its curative powers have been sufficient to gain victory over the most stubborn case. To those who have trifled with their constitution uutil they think themselves beyond the reach ot medical aid, we would say, Drapairnot ' the I'HKH OKEK Cl7HE will restore you to health aud vigor, and 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 auy one desiring the same a full treatise in pamphlet form. Price, 22 per bottle, or three bottles for $6, and forwarded by express to all parts of the world. Bold by all respectable druggists everywhere. DR. W. R. MER WIN A Cc„ sulk 1‘Uoi‘ui ktokm. febb codfc wly No. M Liberty Bt., New York. medicaIT*"" MORE TESTIMONIALS! MRS. MANCHESTER li constantly receiving unsolicited testimonials ol the astonishing cures performed by her. Among many reoently received are the following, which arc eommended to the notioe of the afflicted. Mrs. Man Chester may be consulted at No. 11 Clapp’s Block, Room No. II. A CASE Of SPINAL DISEAS K CURED This is to certify that 1 went to see Mrs. Manches ter laat March with a daughter of mine troubled with spinal disease, for which she had been doctored for •ve years, and by a number ol physicians of all kinds; and she has had twenty-ouo applications ol electricity applied, but all to no effect, bnt she con Unually grew worse. 1 came to the conclusion, as the last resort, to go and see Mrs. Manchester, and did so; and to my great surpriao she told me the Ur.t ause ol the disease, and how she had been from time to time, which enoouraged me to try her medicines. I did so, and now my daughter is able to be around the bouse all ol the time. Bhealso rides ten or fif teen miles without any trouble or Inconvenlence.aad 1 think in a short time she trill be restored to perfect health. Since my daughter has been doctoring. I have heard of a great many cases that Mrs Manchsa ter has cured. 1 think If any person deserves pat ronage, It is the one who tries to preserve the health of tho siok and suffering; and 1 know that she asea every effort whiob lies la her power to benefit her patient*. osasii L. haiuura, (juouu* hniwuTa, Anar K. KuiOHTa, KSIi hSflOHT*. Bnmsnict, Mams, August iih. ONE OF THE GREATEST CURES o* RECORD. Mas. Miuoaasraa— Hear Madam — Thinking a statement of my ease may be of cervine to other* similarly afflicted. 1 hasten to give it to yon. This is briefly my case- I was taken sick about IS months ago with the Liver Complaint in a very bad form. 1 applied to four different physicians, but re paired no benefit until I called on yon. At that tim* I had given up business, and was la a very bad state, bat after taking yoar medicine for a short time I be gan to reoover, and in two months I was entirely well, and had gained several pounds of lesb, and oan truly say that by yoar skill 1 am a perfcotjy heal kymaa. Joe nr a Davis. Bottom t Maine Dspot. Portland, Ml. A REMARKABLE CURE OF A CASK OF ltRO ar cured ar mbs. mancukstkk. This Is to certify that I have been cored of the Dropsy of dlleen yean lUnding by Br«. Boat/in ter I hare been to pbyilolaae ta Boston, Mew York tad Philadelphia. They all told me that they ooald do aothiag for me, union they Upped me, and as eared me that by Upping I could llru but a abort time. I bed made up my mind to go borne aad Ilea a* long a* I oonld with the diaeaae, and then die. On my way home I stayed over night In Portland with a Mend of mine, and told them what my mind waa a regard to my disease They dually persuaded ma to go and see Mr*. Manchester. She examined me and told ma my eaaa exactly, I wae so maoh astonished to think that the told me eorreotly, that 1 told her that 1 would take her medl olaee, not having the least (kith that they woald ma any food, or that 1 should get the slightest relic! from any course whatever; anally 1 took tbs medi etas aad went home. In one week from the time 1 aommenoed taklag the medicine, 1 had over threa gallons of water pass me In seven hoars; and my fel low sufferers may be aesured that it was a great relief to me. I had not been able to lie down in bed at night before this for two years. How 1 can He down with perfect see* I hay* taken her medicine for eight months, and am as weU as any man could wish to be, and ao signs of dropsy. 1 would advise all that are sick to go aad oonsult Bre. MmcKrtirr, nm If they have been given up by other pby alstans. I have seat her a number of cases of other diseases, and she has eared them also. Go and for yonrsslTss. I had bo fhith, bat now my faith aanaot be choked U her skill la telling and earing dll wae. Cieitis a. Hannon, Banan B. Hannon, (air A. Hannon. Bsugar, Beaus, JjrilU. Omci Hoc**- Prom I A. M.ttll IP. ■. aue!7 la Annul «* Lyons Periodical Drops TME GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon's Periodical Drops! ARM BlkTTKK THAN ALL Pall»t Powder* & Quark I* rep* ration »• Lyon’s Periodical Drops! Sure to do Good and cannot do Mara; LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! The* timtl IVimilt* IC*-m«*«!y LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARM KITTKR THAN ALL HLirS'Punr/JKns 1 QUACK PREPARATIONS LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! AREHURE TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HARM Lvoii'n Periodical Drops THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops AKK KKTTKK THAN ALL Bil l .t BOWOKK8 AMU QUACK UK Did AKA. Lyon’s Periodical Drops Am Sure to do Oood ami ounnol do llarin. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS Tk« Urral IYiutilo Uciucdy. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS ARM MrrrMR THAR all Pills, Powder* sod Quack Pre paration*. % LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS ■ UKKTO DO UOOD AND CANNOT DO UlU* Lyon’s Periodical Drops Till UKKAT rTHALt KKMKUT Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are better than all Pill*, Powder*, And Quack Preparation*. Lyon’s Periodical Drops, -ARM Sur* to do Good and cannot do Harm. Price, $1 |icr lliilllc. For tale by all Druggists. At wholesale by W.F Phillips, II. II. Uay k Co . Portland aug‘£J eodly !Physieinn «fe Surgeon, COl KTSl KKKI.corotr «>i Howard. Beaton Of) is consulted daily from 1“ until 3, and from 6 to 8 in the eveniug. on all diseases of the Urinary and lienital Organs. Scroftilous Affections, Humors of all kinds, Ism, Ulcers aud Eruptions, Kentule Complaints, Ac. An experience of ov**c twenty years’extensive practice enables Dr M to cure all the most difficult eases. Medicines entirely vegeta ble Aovu’M Frmm. Mrs. M . who is thoroughly versed In the afflictive maladies of the sex, can l>e consulted by ladies. Patients furnished with board and experienced Marses. Boston, April 3b,19M. eodly

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