Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, April 30, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated April 30, 1864 Page 4
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Ii POETRY. I Written for the Preta . To the Ladle*. To the lady-readers of ‘The Pi©>3 One word I wish to say, And if that word displeases you Just let wo know—1 pray. 1 told you it was but one word, So lest my memory ihil, I'll write it down as quick as thought: Tis simply this—“curtail." It really looks so strange to me (Your thoughts are now—what next) To see our sidewalks swept each day, By the blooming, tender sex. ▲ud then to see such oostly silks Made with a genteel trail, It makes my thoughts all ceuter dow n lu that one woid,—“curtail.” Cut off the sweep that drags behind, Yonng Miss take in your sail, Or you, I fear, will have to It am, And practice too,—“curtail.” Though money may be plenty uow, More so than one year hence, You bettor -“curtail" by degrees, And wisely save expense. Then why so rash in purchasing' Tour purs# will surely fail, But you can keep from all such fears If yoa will just - “curtail.” k? 'Tis said, a word unto thu w ise Will all-sufficient prove, 8o let that one word be. my friends, “The one—great -'curtail' move." A Daily Kkaukii. i HUMOROUS. A Street Scene. l'assing down Washington street, Boston, on one of the pleasaut spring like days of last Week,when the ladies—bless their bright eyes! —were as thick as llies in August, and as gay as a flower garden iu June, I remarked a very elegantly appareled lady just in advance of me. A perfect “love of a bonnet” crowned her apea, a quilted aud bugled silk cape hung gracelully from her sloping shoulders, while her brown silk dress, richly trimmed with black velvet, trailed a full half yard behind her as with a queenly step she moved along. As I was contemplating this divine creation, I heard a tremendous stamping just iu my rear, and fearing that an elephant in (roots was about to put his foot on me, X turned my head to see what chance of escape might pre sent itself. The cause of my perturbation, however, was simply a “six-feet lour” coun tryman, the length and breadth of whose un derstandings required enormous coverings— number fourteen at least. Hastily sleppiug off the sidewalk, I let the gentleman from tho interior pass, aud the nexl moment was en gaged in admiring his vast proportions. Just as my eye—having passed over the entire lengtli of his body aud legs—rested on these leather trunks, X saw one of them placed fairly upon the brown silk trail whicli had a few moments previous attracted my attention. Of course the lady's power of pedality was instantly checked,and the countryman, whose eyes were fixed upon the “ poolies ” in tho •hop windows, unaware of the offence he had committed, made another step, which brought the lady back into his arms. '•(Jerusalem! how kim ycou here?" exclaim ed verdant, looking down on her, and utterly unable to account for such a situation of affairs. “Be yeou one of them gals we read ’baout in the Bosting papersf” “You great fool!” exclaimed the lady, her eyes flashing with extreme indignation: “get off my dress ?” “Oh! that’s it,” quietly remarked verdant, while a happy look beamed iu his freckled face, expressive or the emotions he expe rienced at embracing such a line - dressed female. After some little delay he managed to re lease the lady from the weighty impediments to her locomotion, when she turned around to him and said, angrily: “You had better keep your feet ou the side walk, sir, after this!” “Sorry, marm,” said the countryman, with a good-natured look ou his face, “that 1 trod on yer gown ; but ycou see, my feet are so tarual big, aud your switcher is so thunderin’ long, there aiut room 'uough ou this ’ere side walk for both on ’em!” A crowd of both sexes, had gathered in the vicinity of the pair, curious to know the oc casion of the loud talk. When tho country man’s apology was uttered, the gentlemen moved away with a quiet smile, while, tho la dies snickered behind their hankerchiefs, and saved their merriment over the scene until they reached home.—[American In ion. A gentleman In Chicago had occasion to call at the house of a frieud. He rang the bell, but before he could speak the buxom Dutch girl threw her fat arms about his neck, and fastened her red lips to his in a "long, long kiss,” ejaculating:—“Ach, mein bruder! mein bruder! ” But the cool Cbicagoiau merely ejaculated:—“What the d—1! ” aud Katrine on discovering her error retired much redder In the face to her quarters in the kitchen. She “ dink he vas mine soldier bruder come home from de wars.” A writer of a modern book of travels, re lating the particulars of his being cast away, thus concludes:—"Afterhaving walked eleven hours without having tracked the print of human foot, to my great comfort and delight 1 saw a man hanging upon a gibbet; my pleasure at the cheering prospect was Inex pressible, for it convinced me that 1 was in a STATEMENT OF THE UtM Insurance Company, OK HARTFORD, CONN., On the lit day of November, A. D. 1S63, ax required by the Lava of the Stair ol Maine. The Capital Stock ia....81.600.000 aud with the surplus is invested as/(Mows ■ Real estate, unincumbered, 887,863 18 Caab In hand, on deposit, and in agsnU’ hands, 216 960 M United State. Stocka, filaisTT w State aud City Stocks, and Town Bonds, 668.160 uo Bank and Truat Company Stocks, 1,047 27U on Mortgage Bonds, 331,860 00 Atlantic Mutual Ins. Co'i scrip, 186*1 3, li,8b6 60 Total Asset*, 83,026.878 74 Amount of Liabilities for Loases not doe or adjusted, 8176,41184 Amount at risk, estimated, 116,616.478 r{ THUS. A. ALEXANDER, President. Luoioa J. Hahuxx, Secretary. Hartford, Nov. 7, 1863. J* C. CHURCHILL, Agent, Wo. 4 Iron Block, Portland Pier. deo6 dtf MAINE INSURANCE COT Augusta, Maine. fllUK Maine Insurance Company injure against Mr Iom or damage by Fire, Building*, Merchan due and Farniture. on term* a* favorable ad it can tudoneby auy solvent Company, Folioiei iuued tbr One, Three, or Five years. J. H. W.LL,AM8.sir,eU<ryUTLKK’ 1,r“i-en,‘ EDWABD SHAW-Agenl, No. 102 Middle Street. ocllaodlr PARTICIPATION. Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company. This Company will issue Polices to be free after the payment ot six, eight or ten Premiums at the option j of the insured aud at rate, ax low ax any other Company. The Issue of Free Policies renders it at the least equal il not superior to the participation companies. Offioe No. 102 Middle 8t. CHARLES HOLDEN, Pres. EDWARD SHAW, Sec. Feb 18 dftv tf. Dissolution. THE Copartnership of J. STEVENS A CO is this day dissolved by mutual consent All Persons Indebted are requested to mate immediate payment to either partner JOSHUA STIC YEN w April ,2, 1864 C. U. HASKELL. Copartnership. V\7L bars this day formed a Copartnership in the TT name of SHURTLEF'F A CO, aud will car tv on tba Wood and Coal hu-iuess. Also Watering the Streets. JOSHUA STEVENS. April 12,1864. SIMEON SHURTLKKF. ___ * apr 12 3w Removal. T*VR LUDWKi has removed to No. 60 High St.. As cprner of Congress. Portland, March 17,1884. bcl7 4tj FOR SALE & TO LET. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Good Location for a Hotel. M That valuable and < ntrally located House ami Lot, N SI India street, tor ho many years own*- and occu; ied by Geucral Samu el Fessendc ffered for sale. The Lot I* 70 feet on lias: et, extending back 171 feet—containing n* 'y lx •Ofeet of land. The House is three stoned, in good repair, and con tains fifteen rooms, be*. many closets and other conveniences; has gas li ires throughout; it also has a large flow ot FH AtjL'KL>LCT WATER, which is very desirabh . also a largo Wood House and Barn. This a good piece of property upon which to make improvements. It may be fitted for a RJRS’l CLASS HOARDING UOUSK, or a SKCOND CLASS IlOTKL. Its near proximity to the terminus of the Grand Trunk Railway and to the wharves of the Boston and other steamers, makes the location a desirable one for a Hotel. This lot might be improved with profit to any me chanic or other person having means, by the erec tion of Tenemenis, its large depth affording ample space lor a block of eight or ten buildings. For farther particulars enquire of WM U. JERRI8. Argus Office Portland. Dec. 8. 1863. decllMWF ; FOIt SALE. A PLEASANT Country Seat, at New Gloucester, Lower Corner. The stand formerly occupied by E. teuton, a.- a Home School, is ottered for sale. The hou-t and ell, both two story, the latter new, coutaiu fifteen finished rooms, a good cellar, and an abundance of pure, soft water, wood house and sta ble connected. Tlie niece is adorned with shade and ornamental trees and shrubbery, c< lumamL a beau tiful prospect, is situated iu u good community, and i« but an hours ridetrom Portland on the Grand Trunk Railroad. A large garden belongs to it, well stocked with youDg an i thrifty fruit trees in fall bearing,(1S4 apple trees.) Price S170U. For farther information apply to F. Yeaton, Frye burg Me., Seth Haskell, near the premises, or ALBION KE1I U, 13b Middle Street. feb25 3tawtf Portland. Valuable Farm For bale. THE subscriber offers for salo, the farm now occupied by him in Gorh&m, containing about 150 acres of good laud, with convenient i _ _‘dwelling-house, a very large, oom modums ana well built burn and outbuildings, all in good repair. 8aid farm is on the new road from Saccarappa to Gorham corner, about eight miles front Portland, two from 8accarappa and one from Gorham. It has a valuable wood lot containing about forty acre*, Is well watered, and is altogeth er one of the best farms in Gorhnm. Apply to HON. YOPPAN ROBI E. Gorham, H . II. Dnu- Fnrtlaiid. 4irt4> John Jtihiunn on the tire m !■«••*. ap*5d4w# FOR SALK. fill! AT well-known and valuable Island (called X Ma< kay '* Inland) situated in Casco bay, about ouo half mile from the City of PqAlaud, aud about one-sixteenth of a mile from the uWn laud ol West brook. It contains about One Hundred Acres ot excellent laud, a Dwelling-House aud 1 wo Barns— is of moderate ascent— commanding a tine view of the Bay aud Harbor. Die Land can be made very productive, as large quantities of sea-drettfing can at all tiin*** be obtained from the shores. One-half the purchase-money can remain on mortgage for a term of years, if required. If not sold l^lore Saturday, May 1st, 1864. at pri vate sale, it will then be sold at Public Auction. For terms anl particulars, inquire of C M DAVIS A CO., lli, Commercial St. April 19,1864 ised till May Farm for Kale. ¥ N Cape Kliiabeth, 2$ miles from Portland Bridge, a about 100 acres of well proportioned mowing tillage ranture, wood and timber. About 600 cords hard and solt wood. Cuts 40 tons hay, Barn most new. 38 by 60, Lumber tor lj Story house—on the direct road to Portland, extending 50 rods back, well located to cut into ten acre lots, and will be if r< quoted. Fences stone wall mostly new. Price #76 per acre, 25 per cent cadi; balance can remain a number of years secured by mortgage. For par ticulars enquire of SCOTT DYKE. mcnSO d4m Valuable H«*al E.lati' for Sale. ONF mile from Portland Bridge, on the direct road to the Ocean House. About Fight Acres of good laud—a Cottage House containing ten Hu | ished rooms, good stable and out-buildings nearly new aud in good repair. Two good wells of water, oue of which never tails, and w ill work as well as raid water. For particulars call un Samuel A. True. Nos. 4 aud 5 Union Wharf, or at thostoru of Nathan iel Crockett, No. 451, Congress St. Portland April 26, 1844. apr26d4w House For Sale. rilllK two Story House, No. 149 Congress Street, X containing ten rooms w ith plenty of Closet room and wood house, good cellar, with furnace, hard and soft water. The lot Is twenty eight feet on Cougress Street, by on© hundred and thirty feet deep has a good small gardeu spot. The house will accommodate two small families. For terms en quire of C. T. Dll.LINu 11 AM, on the premises. apr2eodtf For Kale. A So* ALL block of land, of about 73000 acres ot w'ood laud, on the south side of the river St. Lawrance, in Canada Fast. It is iut«-receded by two considerable rivers with eligible Mill sits. Well wooded with every description of timber, such as piue aud spruce in large quantities, aud nu&ple, perch, beech, tarnarac and bass wo^d to any amount. Fuquire of 11. T. M ACliiN. Portland. Portland, Feb. 1864. lebjbcodtf IIoum- for Sale. Vfliroostory dwelling houso with brick basement, situated on the corner of Mouumcut aud War ren streets; has twelve finished rooms, aud is well calculated for one or two families. For terras ap ply to Fdward Shaw, at the oflic© of the Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 102 Middle Street, orto N F. DFKHINO. inch 15 dtf No. 3 Fx>*hange St. For Knlf or to Let. CLIFF COTTA OK, containing over 20 rooms,large stable and shed#—situated two and cue-half miles from Portland, and the finest situation in Cape Flicabetb for a wa _tering place, and summer boarders. For partiouiars enquire of UFO. oWf.N, up? dtf 31 Wiuter Street. Portland. For Sale. H6US1. and Land on St. John Street. The House is oue aud a half (dories high, in good condition. The lot is 50 feet by llo. Sou good tor a garden. Good well of water on the premises. For particulars inquire on the premiums of SKTH MAK TIN, or of SI JOHN SMITH, Commercial Street. aj»-> ui.'i w IIowm* and Land for Kale. THE northerly houio in the three-story Brick Block, (No. 19) Myrtie street, recently occupi ed by ltev. Wm. It Clark. Immediate possession given Will bo sold at a bargain if applied tor noou. For terms, Ac., inquire of JOHN C. PROCTER, aprtOtr Lime Street. Kale* Room to Let. A spacious and desirable Sales Room to let on the second floor in the new EVANS BUILDING, On Middle St., it applied for immediately. WARREN SPARROW, mchh dtf No. 74 Middle St., cor. Exchange. To Let. milt pleasant and commodious ollioe (with ante X room) on second floor, over otlice of the Ocoau Insurance Company, corner of Exchange and Milk Streets. Possesion given immediately Enquire at office of OCEAN INSURANCE CO. tpll ti For Kale. TOE TWO STORY HOUSE on SiAnuer tu;::, street, No. 18, containing lourteen finished iiirA rooms and Closet room, calculated lor two I amities, ftrmscasy. Inquire of b. N. CODING, No. 22 St. Lawrence street. ap27 d2w* For Kale. A small stock ol Groceries in store corner Caaeo and CoDgies* stre< u. Also the lease of the store. Possession given immediately. Enquire on the premises. Portland, April 25. 13CL To Let. HOU8E No. 12, Middle St. Eor particulars en quire at No. 3*i, Adams St. Possession given latof May. J. E. BATEMAN. aj*r23 dtf To Let. 11 HE rooms over the store of the subscriber,corner . oi Fore and Exchange streets, now* occupied by Stepheu Berry as a priuting otlice. Possession given 1st of January. Apply to dec29 dtf BKNJ. FOGG. For KalP. V Sloop lacht, about 7 tons burthen, one year old. well louud in sails, tackling, A c. Apply to Deguio A Dyer, head Brown’s Wharf, Commercial street. Portia-,.!. April aprl9d3w* To Let. SroKK now: ocoupled by us. Possession given immediately. Uront Otlice in Hanson Block. _j*nS dt<__11. J. LI BBEY A CO. To Lei. NE More in Gaits Block. ap22 dtf App,y to 11 T MXCHIK, Coil (UR louts DUeaM^. 0bapter l4th, Sections 80 and 32. of the Revised statutes: 8“pT* any disease dangerous to the **» ii 0 exiat« i« * town, the municipal officers shall u*e all possible care to prevent its spread and to give public notice of infected places to travellers n a**PIa>1*1g ^‘d flags at proper distances, aud by all other means* roost effectual, in their judgment , for the common safety. 8kot.82. When a householder or physician knows _, a Person under bis care is talien sick of any such diM-ase, he shall immediately give notice there of to the municipal officer# of the town where such D son is and if be neglectful he shall forfeit not [than ten. nor more than tHlxty dollars The above law will be strictiTWoroed febl2ttnay 1 City Mar«ba! ttfll ^eiith^/fficer. railroads._ PORTLAND AND KENNEBEC R.R. SPRING fc SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 25, 1864 Passenger train* leave Skowbegan for m 1 'ort ana and Bouton, at 8 46 A M , Au* gun k, n.o. A. M and Bath 12 10 P. M Au«n*ta tor Portland aud Boston at 6.3o A, m .: Bath G.8o A M Portland for Ba*h. Aaguita. Waten ille,Kendall'* Mill* and Skow began, at 1 .10 P. M Ponland for Bath and Augusta 8 16 P. M. Patseugers for stationson the Androscoggin Rail road will chance cars at Brunswick. The l 10 P. M. train from Portland connect* at Kendall'* Mills with Maine Central Railroad lor Bangor, Ac , arriving same evening. Si ages leave Ba b lor Rockland at 9A.M. and 3 P M Stage* leave Augu*ta for Belfast at 4 P. M. 8tage* leave Skow'hegmn at G 10 P. M. for Anson, Solon, Ac. Through Tickets for all the stations on this and the Androscoggin Railroad, can l»e procurred in Boston at the Ka*tern or Bos’on and ftinine station*. B. H. CUSHMAN, Superintendent April 18, 1SG4. ap23 1f tfT’Argus copy 1'ork A Cumberland Itailioud. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. On and after MONDAY, April 1th., 1*04, trains will leave as follows, until further notice: Saco River for Portland at 5 46 (Freight Train with Passenger Car*) and 9 16 a. m , and 3.3M r. m. Leave Portland tor Saco River, 7.46 a. m. and 2.0uand G.20 v. m. The 2 00 r. m. train out, aud 6 46 a. m. train into Portland, will he freight train* with passenger car* attached. Stage* connect at Saccarappa daily for South Windham, Windham Center and Great Fulls. At Gorham for West Gorhain, Standish. Steep Falls, Baldwin. Sebago, Bridgton, Hiram, Liming ton, I’omish, Denmark, Brownfield. Lovel, Krre burg, Conway. Bartlett, Albany, Jackson and Ea ton, N. 11. At Buxton Ceutcr for West Buxton, Bouney Ea gle, South Limington, Limington aud Limerick At Sac* River tri weekly, for Hollis, Limerick, Ossipee. Newfield, Par*ou* field, Effingham, Free dom, Madison, katon. Cornish, Porter, Ac. Fare* 5 cents less when ticket* are purchased in the Office, than when paid in the tarn. DAN. CARPENTER. Supt. Portland April 7,1864. dtp MAINE CENTRAL li AI LUO AD. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. nHMri Trains leave Portland, Grand Trunk Lj^srzSBBStation, for Lewiston and Auburn, at 7.40 a. M. For Bangor and intermediate stations at 1.10 r.M. RETURNING-leave Lewiston at 6.20 a m., and arrive in Portland at 8.80 a m. Leave Bangor at 7.26 ▲. m., and arrive In Portland at 2 00 r. n. Both these trains oonneot at Portland with trains for Boston. Freight train leaves Portland at 8 A. M., and re turning ia due in Portland at 1 p. M. Stages connect with trains at principal stations, daily for most of the towns North and East of this line. C. M. MORSE.Sup t. ir.u»«iiu ion OK AMD THUNK RAILWAY Of Canada. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. [■■Mm On and after Monday, Nov. 9, 1868, K*9Kf train* will run daily, (Sunday* except ed) until farther notioe, as follow*: Up Trains* Leave Portland for South Paris at 7.40 a. ■. For Island Pond at 1.10 F. m. Down Trains* Leave Island Pond for Portland, at 0 a. x. Leave South Paris for Portland at 6.46 a. k. The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exci-edfag #60 In value, and that per sonal, unless notices* given, and paid lor at the rate of one passenger for e\ ery #600 additional value. C. J. BKYDGEH. Managing Director. U. BAILEY, Superintendent. Nov. 4,1*63. nov6 PORTLAND, BAUD dfc PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS, Commencing April 11th, 1864. [■Mm Passenger Train* will leave the Sta Bon, Canal street, daily, (Sundays ex cepted; as follows: Leave Portland for Boston, at 8 46 a. x. and 8.C0 F. X. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.80 a. x. and 8.C0 F. X. Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.00 a. x. and 6 80 r. x. These trains will take and leave passengers at way station*. Freight trains leave Portland and Boston daily. FRANCIS CHASE, Superintendent. Portland. Oct. 80.1863. oc31 edtf STEAMBOATS. International Steamship Company. Eustport, Calais A St John. TWO TRIPS PER WEEK. On and after Monday, March 28, the superior M-a-going Steamer NEW BRUNSWICK, Capt. K. B _ Winchester, will leave Railroad Wharf, tool of State Street, every Mouday at 6 o’clock P. M.. and the Steamer NEW ENGLAND, Capt E. Field, every Thursday at 6 o'clock 1*. M ., for Aastport and St. John, N. B , connecting atht John with *t earner Emperor tor Dig by, Windsor and Halifax, and with the E. & N. A. Railroad for Sho diac aud all w ay station*. Returning, will leave St. John every Monday and Thursday at 8 o’clock A M, for East port, Portland aud Boston. Stare coaches connect with steamer at East port for Mach la*. 1 reight for Calais will be forw arded by (ailing ves sels for the present. Through ticket* procured of the Agent* and Clerk on hoard Steamer*. Freight received till 4 o’clock P. M., Monday* and Thursday*. mchSldtf _ C.C. BATON, Af*nt. Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. CABBYING TUB CANADIAN A U. 8 MAILS. Paiienger* Booked to Londonderry, Glaigow and Liverpool. RETURN TICKETS GRANTED AT REDUCED RATES. m ThestcamshipNova Beotia.Capt. Gra i tiiw ham, will sail from this port for Liver poul on SATURDAY, April 8 rth, to he jEaSOMSSSfsucceeded by the Damascus, on the dh of May, immediate! v after the arrival of the Train of the previous day from Moutreal. Passage to Londonderry, Glasgow and Liverpool —Cabin (according to accommodation) #66 to#.SO; Steerage, #30 Payable in gold or it* equivalent. For Frei {ht or Passage apply to _ H. A A. ALLAN. No. 6 Grand Trunk Railroad Pa*»enger Depot To be sncceoded by the steamship Peruvian on the2.3d of April. ■ VI ■ mill! AUII 11VIIVU lilllf, THE 8TEAMKIIS Foreit City, Lewi*ton and Montreal Will, until further notice, run as follows Leave Atlantio Whirl, Fortland, every Monday, Tuesday, W ednesday, Thursday mud Friday, at 7 o'dock IV 11, and India Wharf, Boston every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, at b o'clock 1’. M. t are in Cabin.tl.SO ” on Dock. I.** Freight takeu as uaual. 1 he Company are net responsible for baggage to any amount eaceeding *5o in value, uud that person* al, unless notice ia given and paid lor at the rate ol one passenger for every *50u additional value. Feb 18,1883. dt/ L. BILLINGS, Agent. Portland and New York Steamer* SEMI-WEEKLY LINK. a> ^-Js __ The splendid and fut Sieamahlps . ''LOCUST POINT," Capt. W ii.LWTT, ^^^U^&end "POTOMAC," Captain Sheu WiTIWlMwood, will,until further notice, run aa follows: Leave Browna Wharf, Portland, avery WEDNES* PAY, and SATURDAY, at 4 P. M , and leave Pier v North River, New York, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at S o'clock, P M. These vessels are titled up with One accommodations for passengers making this the moat speedy, safe and oomfortable route for traveller# between New York and Maine. Passage *7,00, Ineluding Fare and SUte Rooms Goods forwarded by this line to end from Montreal, John**' B*”*or' BltB' Augusta Eastport and St. Shipper! are requested to send their freight to the steamers as early aijf, M., on the day thAt thep leave Portland. For freight or passage apply to EMERY* FOX, Brown's Wharf, Portland. H B. CROMWELL k CO., No. 88 West Street, New York. Deo 8.1861. d,y Physician & Surgeon, COURT STREKT.corner of Howard. Boston is consulted daily from 10 until 2, and from 6 to 8 in the evening, on all diseases of the Urinary and Genital Organa, Scrofulous Afactions, Humors ®* a" kinds, Sores, Ulcers and Eruptions, Female Complaint#, Ac. An experience of over twenty years’ extensive practice enables Dr. M. to cure all the most difficult cases. Medicines entirely vegeta ble AdvicxFrkb. *fr*- thoroughly versed in the afflictive maladies of the sex, can be consulted by ladies. Patients furnished with hoard and eaperienead Boston, April 28,1808. eodly I _____ A MEDICAL. _ Female STRENGTHENING CORDIAL. This Medicine is of long tried efficacy for correct ing ail disorders incidental to tlie feminine sex That the atllicted may feel assured that this Cordial is traly valuable and worthy their conlideuce, not ou© of those S3©rv t compounds purposed to destroy healthy action, 1 add a few testimonial* from i log ician* whom all, lavoringthe Electric and Kelormcd Practice ot Medicine, respect DK WILLARD C. GEORGE, formerly Professor in the Worcester Medical College, and President of the Electric Medical Society, At a-*., speaks of it in the following terms: “ * have used the Female Strengt heninu Cordial similar to that preparation by DR. UfcO W SWtrT, 100 tianover Street, and 1 regard it as oue of the be*t Medicine* for female complaints that can be found.” DR. J. KING, Author of” Woman: Her Dis eases and th- ir Treatment,” says: “This Medicine appears to exert a specific influ ence on the Uterus. It is a valuable agent in all de rangements of the FemaleKeproouctivc Organs.” DU. SMI 1 II, Pr<indent of the New York Asso ciation of Botanic Physicians, says : ** No Female, if in delicate health, shoud omit the timely use of this valuable Cordial. 1 owe much ol my success iu midwifery to the use of this Medi cine.” MO I HERS AND MARRIED LADIES The followiug from Dr. FAY is worthy your no tice : ” Asa general remedy for Female Complaints this 1 Cordial'is a very valuable oue, but by the Proles «»onit is esteemed more highly for its good result during Confinement in relieving the great suflering attendant upon childbirth. I acknowledge w ith Dr. Smith that much of my success in midwifery is due to the use of this medicine. It strengthen* both mother and child. In each cases 1 follow the di rection* of Prof. King, by allowing mv patients to use it a few week* previous to confinement, as by the energy it imparts to the uterine 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 great value of this Strength ening Cordial would tail to use it.” 1 have received numerous testimonials from diff erent parts of the country where used. Knowing the good it is capable of doing, I w 11 warrant every bottle of my “ Cordial'' to be satisfactory in its re sults. The following symptom* indicate those affections in which the Female Strengthening Loruiul La proved invaluable: Indisposition to Exertion, Wakefulness, Uneasi ness, Depression of Spirits, Trembling, Los* of Power, Pain in the Back. Alternate Chills, and Flushing of Heart, Dragging Sensation at the Lower Part of the Body, Headache, Languor. Ach ing Along the thighs, Intolerence of Light and Bouud, Pale Countenance, Derangement ot »he Stomach and Bowels, Difficult Breathing, Hysteria, Ac.. Ac. It is a specific remedy in all Uterine Diseases, Chlorosis of Green hickue*s. Irregularity, Painful ness, Profuse or Suppression or (. us tom ary Dis charges, Leucorrbwa or White*. Scirrhus «>r Ulcer ate State ol the Uterus, Sterility, Ac No better Tonic can potsibly be put up than this, and none less likely to do harm, and it is com;«*ed wholly of vegetable agents, and such »* we have known to Ui valuable, and have used for many years. PRICE, One Dollar Per Bottle, or six bottles for Should vour druggist not have it, send directly to us, and when six bottle* or more are ordered we will pay all ex)>enses, and have it securely packed from observation. Be sure and get that prepared at the New England Botanic Depot. 106 Hanover St Boston. GEO. W. SWETT, M. D., Proprietor. II* II* HAY, Agent, Portland. mcl»3 eodbra Mason & Hamlin’s CABINET ORGANS. 11 UK subscriber, being impressed with the great . Excellence of these Instruintuts, and their adap tation either for small churches, vestry*, or parlors, offer* t hern for sale to the citizens of'Portland and vicinity. The manufacturers have the irrlffen tegtinumy ol over a hundred of the best Organist* and Musicians, both foreign and native, to the effect that they are superior to any Instruments of thu kind that they have ever seen. Amoug the testimonials of such as Thai berg, Morgan and Zundel, is the following from GottschaJk : “Maasas. Maim>* k Hamm*:—I congratulate you on the introduction of a new Musical Instru ment, long wanted, and sure to find its way into every household of taste and refinement that can possibly afford its moderate expense. Your (abinet Oryan is truly a charming instrument, worthy of the high praise it has received, and far superior to everything of its class 1 have seen. 1 take pleasure iu commending it most heartily as everywhere wor thy a place beside the I'iauo Forte, to which it is a fine oomuleinent, from its capacity for rendering much delightful music, sacred, secular, classic and popular, to which the I'iauo is not adapted.’' _ „ GOTTSCUALK. New York. 22d Sept , 1863. These Instruments may be found at the Blcsio Hoorn* of the subscriber, where they will be sold at the manufacturers' prices. H. S. EDWARDS, No. 849 1-2 Stewart’s Block, Congress Bt detfdtf r SAVE now been In-fore the public for nearly a year. They are universally pronounced the est and best Utiing collars extant. The upper edge presents a perfect curve, free from the angle* noticed in all other collar*. The cravat causes no pucker* on the inside of the turn-down collar, -they are AS SMOOlli INSIDE AS OUTSIDE.—and therefore perfectly free ami easy to the neck. 1 he Garotte Collar ha* a smooth and evenly fin ished edge on BOTH M1DKS. These Collars are not simply flat pieces of paper cut iu the form of a collar, but are m<>i.dkd ash ftllAPKDTO FIT THU XKIK. They are made in “Novelty (or turn-down style jin every half size from l'J to 17 inches, and in “Eureka," (or Garotte,) from 13 to 17 iuebes; and packed iu “solid size' ’ iu neat blue cartons, containing 100 each: also iu smaller ones of 10 each.—the latter a very handy package lor Travellers, Army and Navy Officers. U EVERY COLLAR is stamped “Gray's 1'atkst Mhldkd Coll a a.” Sold by all dealer* in Men’s Furnishing fiord*. The Trade supplied by HATCH. JOHNSON k CO. Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Men’s Furnish ing Goods and Umbrellas 81 Devobhhirk .St . Hog to a . M a km . me U22 eod3tn JOHNS’ GOAL. TONS Store site, at 198 Commercial St. oV/ (Richardson's Wharf, i Tort land The uudersigued ha* sold the Johns' Coal for nine year* last past. It ha* given general satisfaction Where there is a fair drall, no coal excels lor oookiug u»e. Other varieties, to wit: LEHIGH, Sugar Loaf, and Hazleton. BCHtJ Y LK ILL, (W. A*h.) Lo<u*t Mountain. RED ASH, the genuiue FRANKLIN COAL Also, the Diamond. Gl'MUEKLAND COAL, a prime article for Smith*’ u*e. ! ST Ail coal from this wharf, will be sent in good j order, carefully picked and screened. mch3iseodtf JAMES II. BAKER. Desirable Property for Sale. 1(!OH Sale iu Krykiiirg Village, Ox fold C'ouu ty Maine, the Hoes* and 1-arm lor many year* owned and occupied by the late Edward E. Osgood. K*|. The property comprise# a House. Sta ble aud other outbidding*, witr, three acre# ol land, forming the immediate house-lot, and eighty acre# of naaT rat* intkuvalk land in the immediate vicinity. Trie house i* large, well built, aud in good repair, aud i* a# pleasantly aud desirably 1 cattd a# any iu the beautiful village o! Fryeburg. The intervale laud will be told together with or separate from the house and lot a* the purchaser may prefer. It comprise* eighty aere* well located and in a good state of culti* a'ion. Two good barns are on the premise#, and a full supply of farming utensil# which will be nold at a low price iu connec tion with the farm. The house Is thoroughly and comfortably furnish ed, and the furniture will be fold wi;h it if desired An examination of the property can be made at any time by application on the premise*. I m midi a re poRriK*RioN givbk. For term# and par ticular* apply either personally or by letter to James K Osgood, 13r* Wasriugton street. Boston, or to Hon. JOHN W DANA, Fryebuig, Me. aprSOdiawA w3w BOUNTIES & PRIZE MONEY. $IOO Bounty for Soldiers wounded in Battle. WK are prepared to obtain a Bounty of SM"0 fo* soldiers discharged on account ot wound# r,(iived. Bounty of £100 for Soldi* r# discharged on account of at umla rretired in battle obtained ( if papers on lib arecorrect) in /Arc* tret La thee Special attention given to the collection of l*ri#e Money, and claims against Government. SWEAT & ( J.EAVES, Oounaellor* at Law. mcbSdtf No 117, Mid Me St., Mus*ey*» IIow. Dissolution of C'o|mrfiaf*r*bi|>. ritllK copartnership heretofore existing between JL the subscriber*, under the name au«l style ot Bradley A Webb, is this dav dissolved by mutual consent. HuBEKI BRADLEY, M. G. WEBB. fpilt copartnership heretofore existing between 1 the undersigned is this day dissolve d h» mutual souseut. G. M. MOl LION, A. G ROGERS. Copartnership Notice. THE undersigned have this dav formed a copart nership under the name and style of H1UD LEY. MOULTON A ROGERS, for the purpose ol carrying on the Fleur. Grain aud Provision busi ness, at 88 Commercial Street, Thomas Block KOBT. BRADLEY, G. M. MOULTON, •P2dtf A G. BOGEKS. _ MEDICAL. Elmr! Elixir UK. WHIQHT'8 REJUVENATING ELIXIR! OK, ESSENCE OF LIFE. Pbbuakkd riiua Pure Veuetahle Extract*, CONTAINING NOTHING INJURIOUS TO TUI MUST 1) KLIi: AT K. riHlE Rejuvenating Elixir is tlie result of modern discoveries in tbo vegetable kingdom, being an cutirely new aud abstract method of cure, irrespec tive of ail the old and worn-out systems. This medicine has been tested by tbo most emi nent medical men of the day. and by them pronounc ed to be one ot the greatest medical discoveries oi 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 ono to three bottles restores the manlines and full vigor of youth. A few doses restore the appetite. '1 Ijree butties cure the worst case of Impotency. A few' doses cure the low-spirited. One bottle restores mental power. A few doses bring the rose to the cheek. This medicine restores to tuauJy vigor and robus health the poor, debilitated, worn-down, aud de« spairing devotee of seusual pleasure. The listless, enervated youth, the overtasked n»« n of bunincss, the victim of nervous depression, the ndividual sutfiriugfrom general debility, or from weakness of a tinge organ, will all find immediate and permanent relief by the use of this Elixir or Es sence of Life. jioia z* per bottle, or three bottles for So. and forwarded by Express, on receipt of money, to any address. Bold by all Druggists everywhere. DR W R. MERWIN & Co., BULK PROPRIETORS, No. Lit Libertj-et., New York. CHEROKEE PILLS! SUGAR COATED. FEMALE REGULATOR, HEALTH PRESERVER, CERTAIN AND SAFE, For the removal of Obstruction*, aud the Insnranc of Regularity in the Recurrence ot the Monthly Periods. They cure or obviate those numerous diseases the, spring from irregularity, by removlug the irregular ity Itself. They cure Suppressed,Excessive and Painful Men struation. They cure (ireen Sick nets (Chlorosis). , They cure Nervous and Spinal Affections, pains in the bask and lower parte of the body, Heaviness, Fatigue ou slight exertion, Palpitation of the Heart Lowness of Spirits, Hysteria, Sick Headache, Cid diners, etc., etc. In a word, by removing tbe Irreg ularity, they remove the cause, and with it all the effects that spring from it. Composed of simple vegetable extracts, they con tain nothing deleterious to any constitution, how ever delicate—their function being to substitute strength for weakness, which, when properly used, they never fail to do. All letters seeking information or advice will be promptly, freely and discreetly answered. Full directions accompany each box. Price SI per box, or six boxes for S6. Sent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of price. Sold by all respectable Druggists. Dr. W. It. M ERWIN & Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS, No. 69 Liberty-st., New York. fctrtkod&cowly WISTAR'S BALS/M, —OF— YV 1 L D C H L R R Y HAH I'.XEN l'BKl> JTOK NKAKLY II A L F A CENT l K V • with the most astonishing success in cuaing Coughs, Ids, Hoarseness, Sore Throats, Jnltn eit :«i, Whooping Cough. Croup. t.iver Complaint Kroncyitis, Oifi culty of Hrrothing, Asthma If every Affection of The Throat, Lungs and Chest iXCLUOIXU xvxx CONSUMPTION. *\ There is scarcely one individual in the community who wholly escaped \ -_n during a reason, from some one, how , 4 Al.S AM 4®rtr developed, Of the .bore ••a ;* symptoms—a neglect of which might .ft-V,’. t-? -af/WU-ad to the- la.-t named, and most to P*dreaded dii*ea.-o iu the whole cata *°Kue- The power of the “medical jt Igum ’ of the Wild Cherry Tree over ‘ftjflURw this class of complaints is well kuown; so great is the good it has performed, the popa,‘ri,J “ h“ preparation, {results t^e ^ virtues gf the t herry. there are commingl'd with itu ther ingredients of like value thus increasing its value ten fold, and forming a Kernedy wyose juncer to soothe, to heal, to relieve, and to cure disease, exists iu no other medicine yet discovered. Hon. ItUPUS A . GOODKSO W . Formerly a member of Congress from Maine, has kindly permitted us to use his testimony iu lavor of H kstar'n Ilalsam by the following cert ideation, forwarded through Dr. Kust, of South Paris. 1 have tried Wutab'i Balaam or Wild Ch»• ky for an exceedingly troublesome cough. The effect was all that could be desired The use of less than oue bottle relieved me entirely. Among great vareties ot medicines which 1 have used, I have found none to equal •• IVtsfar’s.” Its curative properties iu cases of cough, 1 regard as invaluable. K . (I. GOOD KNOW. Prom It. FELLOWS. M It. 11 ill, N. 11., Nov. 3, I860. 8. W. I-iiwik k Co.,— Although 1 have generally a great objection to patent medicines, I cau but say iu justice to Du. Wistab’h Balsam or W ili> ( ukbky, that it is a remedy of superior value for Pulmonary Ingram. 1 have ma«ie use of this preparation for several years, and it has proved to be very reliable aud eih cacious iu the treatment ot severe ami long-standing coughs. I know of one patient, now iu comfortable hoaPh, who has takeu this remedy and who, but for its use, 1 consider would not,now be living. K. FELLOWS. M. D. From K. T. yr/MJt V, M A. Principal f/ the ‘' ,\V tc lpsu'itch Appleton Academy.” Nkw Iphwitch, N. 11., Oct. 1, i860. Messrs S W. Fowlk k Co.— Oenilemen,—This cei lilies that for more than four teen years 1 have trceqnently isrd Du, Wistar's Balsam of Wild CtfXHHY, for ('ought, ('Mils, and .Sore Throat, to which 1, iu common with the rest of mankind, am subject, and it gives me pleasure to say that 1 cousider it the very best remedy lor such cases, with which 1 am acquainted. 1 should hardly kuow how to do without it. Respectfully yours, E.T. gl’IMBY. Mr . I) II. VEAQU&, of Turner Village, Writes tho proprietors ot this great remedy as follows ; — Tubnku Village, Mk., July 31.1860. Messrs. S. W Fouls A Co . Boston. Oeuts:—1 do not hesitate to recommend Da. Wibtar’s Balsam or Wild i mkhuy. for coughT and pulmonary afectiems, having used it in my tkniily for many years with gnat satisfaction; in deed it has done more good than all the other reme dies 1 have tried, ami their name* is legion. If all tho patent medicines in the market pos«*saed but a portion of the merit of this excellent Balain, there w»>uld he no occasion to coudemn them as humbugs. This medicine is also used by many ot my Irieuds and acquaintances in this tow n, and they have found it invaluable; aud 1 hope that others w ho suffer, may give it a trial. Yours respectfully. 1> H. TEAGUE. From a Highly li-spcctable Merchant. Falmouth, Me., Aug. 10.1860. Messrs. S. W. Fowls F Co * iients:—lor a long time 1 havo sutiered more or less with that distressing afllction—Phthysic—ip its worst forms, and have resorted to various so-calhd remedies, but to uo purpose as affording the desired relief. I>» prived of mv sleep by reason of the se verity of the di»ease. it was only too evident that 1 was fast breaking down under it I restored to Dr. WiftTAR'fft Balsam or Wild Cbvkhy with but little coutidcuce as to its curative properties, but the use of one bottle has entirely rid me of this monster; and to the public 1 can safely commend it as every way worthy their confidence. Most respectful!v. 8.1. MERRILL. W islar.l 's ItuNniii of Wild Cherry is pkkfauid 15y Sam W Fowls k Co., Boston. Bold by all Druggist* tad Dealers iu Medicines Feblti cod 3in. _MEDICAL._ DH. 1. B. UlItiHES OAN B1 FOUND AT Hit PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, Wo. 5 Tempi** Sirov*l, WHERE he can be consulted privately, and with the utmost confidence by the afflicted, at all hours daily, from S a.m toip, m. Dr. 11. addresses those who are suffering under the affliction of private disease, whether arising from Impure connection or the terrible vice of self-abuse. Devoting his entire time to that particular branch of the medical profession, he feels warranted in Guar AWTMBINO A CURK IN ALL CASKS, whether of long I standing or recently contracted, entirely removing I the dreys of disease from the system, and making a perfect and PERMANENT CURE. He would call the attention of the afflicted to the fact of his long standing and well earned reputation, furnishing sufficient assurance of his skill and *uo MM. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Every intelligent and thinking person must know that remedies handed out from goueral use should have their efficacy established by well-tested expe rience in the hands of a regular!* educated physi ciau, whose preparatory study fits him lor all the duties he must fulfill; yet the country is flooded with noor nostrums and cure-alls, purporting to be the best in the world, which are not only useless, but al ways injurious The unfortunate should be partic ular in selecting his physician, as it is a lamentable yet iucontrovertable fact that many syphilitic pa tients are made miserable with ruined constitutions by maltreatment from inexperit need physicians in general practice; for it is a point generally conceded by the beet -yphilographers, that the study and man agement of these complaints should engross the whole time of those who would be competent and successful in their treatment and cure. The inex perienced general practitioner, having neither op portunity nor time to make himself acquainted with their pathology, commonly nusrues 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 exoess of any kind, whether it be the solitary vice of youth, or the sting ing rebuke of misplaced confidence In inaturer years, SEEK FOR AN ANTIDOTE IN SEASON, The Pains and Aches, and Lassitude and Nervons Prostration that may follow Impure Coition, ara 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 Loss of Beauty and Compleniou. HOW MAS T THOUSANDS CAN TESTIFY TO THIS B Y UNHAPP Y EXPERIENCE. Young Men troubled with emissions in sleep, a complaint generally the result of a bad habit ia youth, treated scientifically, and a perfect cure war ranted or uo 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 aud emaciated as though they had the consumption, and bv their friend# supposed to have it. All such c asea yield to the proper and only correct ooune of treatment, and in a short time are made to rejoioe Ia perfect health. MIDDLE AGED MEN. There are many men at the age of 40 or 60 whoare troubled with too frequent evacuations from the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burning sensation, and weakening the system in a mmuuer the patient canuot account for. On exam ining urinary deposits a ropv sediment will often be found, and sometimes small particles of semen or albumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin milkihh 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 . full aud 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 frrwardod immediately. All correspondence strictly confidential and will be returned if desired. Address. DR. J B. HUGHES, No. 6 Temple St., foorner of Middle] Portland. BV’&end Stamp for circular. Eclectic Aedical Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. DR. HUGHES particularly tfivitesall Ladle*who need a medical adviser, to call at his rooms. No. 6 Temple Street, which they will dad arranged for their especial accommodation. Dr. H.’s Eclectic Renovating Medioines arena rival led in efficacy and superior virtue in regulating all Ft-male Irregularities Their action is spedfio and •certain of producing relief in a short time. ^ADIES will And it Invaluable Je all case* of ob struction* after all other remedies have been tried in ▼ain. It is parely vers table, containing nothing ia the least injurious to the health, and may be ta&efi with perfect safety at all times. Boat to any part of the so untry with full directions by addroesing DR HUGHES. Vo. 6 Temple Street,corner of Middle, Portland. V. B.—LADIES desiring may oonsnlt one of their own sox. A lady or expericnoe in constant attend aaoe. lanl dAwly (■owl News for the Unfortunate. TBB LORO BOCOHT gOfi DISCOVERED AT LAST. Cherokee Remedy -AWD t’HEHOKHK INJECTION. COMFOUXDKD FROM ROOTS, BARAS AID LBAVRfi CHEROKEE REM ED Y, the great udian Dlu etie, cures all di‘easts of the Urinary t gaus, such a- Incontinence of the Urine, luttaination of the j Kid ucys. Stone in the Madder, Stricture, Gravel, 1 ' Gleet, Gonorrhea, aud is especially recommended in thorn* cases of Fluor Albua, (or Whites in Females) where all the old nauseous medicines have failed. It is prepared in a highly concentrated form, the dose only being from one to two teaspoonful* three times per day. It is diuretic and alterative in its action ; purifying aud cleansing the blood, causing it to flow in all its original parity aud vigor; thus removing from the system all pernicious cause* which hate induced dis ease. CHEROKEE I EJECTION is intended as an ally or assistant to the CHEROKEE REMEDY, an should be used in conjunction with that medicine in all cases of Gonorrhea, Gleet, Fluor Alims or Whites. Its effects are heaJiug, soothing aud demnlceut; re moving all scalding, heat, eboadee and pain, iustead of the burning aud almost nueudurahle pain that is experienced with nearly all the cheap quack it\jtc ILlMI It) the use of the CHEROKEE REMEDY mad CHEROKEE INJECTION—the two mediciues at the same time—all improper discharges are removed and the w cake ued organs are speedily restored to full vigor and strength. For full particular* get our pamphlet from any drug store in the country, or write us and wc will mail free to any address, a full treatise. Price, CHEROKEE REMEDY, 92 per bottle, or three bottles for 95. Price, CHEROKEE INJECTION, 92 per bo e or three bottles for 95. bent by Express to any address ou receipt of the price. Sold by all druggists, every where. DK. W R. >1 ERWIN k Ce., SOLI PIOPRIKTOUS, No. 69 Liberty bf.t New York. Cherokee Cure ! TUX UUXAT INDIAN MEDICINE, COMPOUNDED rilOM ROOTS, BAUk* AMD LI AYES. An unfailing euro for Spermatorrhea, bemiual Weakness, Nocturnal Emission*, aud all diseases caused by self polution : such as Loss of Memory. Universal Lassitude. Paiu* in the Back, Dimness ot Vision. Premature old Age, Weak Nerves, Difficulty of Breathing, Trembling, Wak*-feints*. Eruption* on the Face, Pale Countenance, Insanity, Consump tion, and all the direful complaints caused by de parting from the path of nature. This medicine is a simple vegetable extract, and one on which all can rely, as it has be* u used In our practice for many year*, and, with thousand* treated, it ha* not failed in a single instauce. Its curative powers have been sufficient to gain victory over the most stubborn case. To those who have trifle i with their constitution until they think themselves beyond the reach o! medical aid, we would say, Despair not' the CHER OKEE CURE w ill restore you to health aud vigor, aud after all quack doctors have foiled. For fell particulars get a circular frum any Drug store iu the country, or write the Proprietors, w ho will mail freo to any ouo during the same a fell treatise iu pamphlet form. Prioe. 92por bottle, or three bottles for 96, and forwarded by express to all parts of the world, bold by all respectable druggists everywhere. UR. W. R. MERWIN * C... •OLE PROPKIKTOEB, fctit cod*wly No. W Liberty St., New York. _ MEDICAL. AT W OOD’S A TIVOOD'S (tVININE TONIC BITTEIIS UIININE TONIC BITTER* It th# best Aromatio tonic and stomachic Birr brought b r/orr the public. —IT Witt— Improve the Appetite, Facilitate DigetUuu, Cive tone to tlie NcrvouaSymtem Vigor to every Organ of the Hotly. Thereby imparting /Jrallh and strength There M no remedy >u good in LANQUOR AND DEBILITY, whether general, or following acu'e disease. Cob vsltmcent* from sickness will find it a moat **c«J l#at restorative aud agreeable tJthileraai. HO SOLDIER SHOULD BE IN THE FIELD WITHOUT IT. WHAT IS SAID OF IT: Th# report of the Sanitary Commission says: '* It is wise ami prudent where ague and fever are prevalent, that tv try man should take i du<«i of Quinine bitter, at least once in tweuty-ioer hours. This will surely serve as a safeguard against disease. It has beeu practiced iu Florida aud elsewhere with undoubted benefit ." "/ ,ke Uaepital mpart ment W(u/imylfHi, writes : wo“ld •***». *Ws period, say that your Quinine Ionic is used, and that several Burgeon# of Ktgiments much approve of it." Capt. WaLTbbS. Sampbo*,<>/ th< V. 3. Armp, •ays: "The Bitters did an immense amount of good among the men uuder my command ; as 'or instance, a number of sore throat, 01 diarrhea,, of dysentary and chills and lever, wer# currft by it." Surgeon Gen. Wn. J. Dale says: "I esteem it an invaluable remedy in varion# forms of debility," Ac. Sold brail Dnutffiata, AND CHAS. H. ATWOOD. 19 Central Street, Boston, PKOPK1ETOK. feb 19 eod 3m MORE TF>TIWO\I4laS ( ' ’■ MRS. MANCHESTER Is constantly motiving unsolicited testimonials el the attimuking cures performed by her. Among many reoently received are the following, which are oomineuded to the aotioe of the afflicted. In Hat cheater may be so united nt No. 11 Clapp's Block, Boom No. •• A CASK OP SPINAL DISK ASK CUR NO This ia to oertify that 1 went to see Mrs. Manches ter last March with a daughter or mine troubled with spinal disease, for whioh she had been doctored for five yean, and by n number ot phyeicUae of all kinds; and she has had twenty-one applications ol alwtricity applied, bat all to uo effect; but she con Usually grew worae. I came to the conclusion, u the last resort, to go and see Mrs. Manchester, and did ao; and to my great surprise she told mu the drat aase ol the disease, sad how she had been (Tom time to time, which encouraged ms to try her medicines. I did so. and low my dasghter is able to be around the house all ol the Uiue. 6 he also rides ten or If torn miles without aay trouble or iaooavenieBos.and 1 think la a short Ume she will be restored to perfect health, hi nos my daughter has been dootoriag, 1 have heard of s great many cases that Mrs. Manchs a ter has sored. 1 think If nay peraon deserves pat* roaage, it Is tbs one who trios to preserve tbs health of the sick and suffering; and 1 know that she assn every effort which Use In lu>r " ‘ g» patients. Abbt E. iiiaiil, inia kusim. Bnmswick, Statue, August UR. ONR OP THR ORKATKST CURRS on liKCOKII. Man. Manonnrrnn—Dear Madam —Thinking a statement of my ease may ho of ssrvioo to others similarly afflicted, I hasten to give it to yoa. This ia briefly my ease 1 wu taken sick about lg months ago with the Liver Complaint in n very bad form. I applied to four different physicians, bnt re salved no beneflt until 1 ealled on yon. At that tuna I had given ap business, and wu ia a very bad slate, bat after taking your medicine lor n abort timo I be gan to reoover, and in taro months I was entirely well, and bad gained several pounds atf esb, and nan truly say that by your skill I am a perfectly heat hy man. Jonara Davis. Boston | Moans Depot, Portland, Ms. A RBMARRABLR CURB OP A CASK OP DRO S T CL'BRD B T MBS. MANCURSTSB. This is to certify that 1 have been oared of the Dropsy of gfteca years standing by Mrs. Manches ter. I have been to physicians ia Boston, New Tort and Philadelphia. They all told me that they eouJd do nothing for mo, unless they Upped me, and as sured mo that by Upping I could live bat a short time. I bad made ap my mind to go home Bad lira u long aal oonld with tbs disease, and then die. On my way borne I stayed over algbl U Portland with n friend of mine, and told them what my mind wae n regard to my disease They dually persuaded mo to go and see Mrs. Manchester. Bhe eaaminsd me and told me my case exactly. oorreetly, that 1 told her that 1 would take her medi cines, not having the least fhith that they would me aay good, or that ! should get the slightest relief from any ooorse whatever; dually 1 took the modi eine and went home, in one week from the lime i commenced taking the medicine, 1 had over three gallene of water pas* ai« in seven hours; and my fel low sufferers may be assured that it was a great relief to me. 1 had mot been able to lie down in bed at night before this for two years. Mow 1 can lie down with perfect ease. 1 have takea her medicine for eight mouths, and am as well as any man could wish to be, and no signs of dropsy. 1 would advise ail that are sick to go and oonsult Airs. Manchester, even if they have been given up by olher phy sicians. 1 have sent her a number of oases of other diseases, and she has oared them also, do and for yourselves. 1 had no laith, but now my faith oannot bo sbaked in her skill in telling and oaring disease. Cmaulm S. Uiuom, fcUaau K. Uaiuus, Maiy A. Uikim. Bangor, Maims, Aprtitd. Ovriun Houma—From 8 A- M.ttll 6 P.M. aeelT io A>utal ~<i For Ctughs, Colds oo«l ( on-arntplloo. Td t Vegetable Pulmonary balsam is the most highly approved medicine ever discovered it has stood ike best rf all tests, 'Am*-. Lading had an uuprecedeuted sale of nearly forty years It is recommended bv our best physicians, uur most emi nent citiXi'ns, the Tress, the Trade,iu lact by all who know it. For certificates, which can be givou to almost any extent, see wrappers to each bottle. The proprietors will cheerfully refund the money 11 not ent rely satisfactory. Price 6t> cent*and 1* the large bottle* much the cheapest. Be cartful to yet the uenuine, which is prepared only by KK&D, CUT* TKK f CO., Wholesale Druggists, boston, bold ia Portland bv dealers generally. il. H HAY, Druggist, corner Middle and Free streets. Wholesale Agent. deoH isdfim CITY OF PORTLAND. 1» Board or Mayor and Alkekmin, l April 15. l*w>4. I On the petition of Messrs Winslow A Doten for permission to orect and uses stationary steam en gine and boiler on Mussey's Wharf, tat ween Fore aud Commercial streets ; Ordered, That Monday, the 2d dav of May next. At 7j o'clock P. M., at the Alder men's Room, be assigued a* the time and place for the couwideratiou of said petition, and Unit said petitioners give notice thereof by publishing this order in cue of the daily papers of this city tour times, the first publication to be at least fourteen days beforehand, that all parties interested may appear and be heard tbereou Attest J M liKATil, City Clerk. Copy Attest: _ »plS Jta J. M IIEATII. City Clerk. For Salt'. ONE Kxprc., Wagon, utarlr urw ran b. tt"*rd for oo. or two Horfe-a. it ha. I’oir and obalta oomplrt*. For prill* do., call at No.4 Krw Strr.t Furtlaud. apr l aodtf

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