Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, May 5, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated May 5, 1864 Page 4
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HUMOROUS. Wit from the l’ri.riT.—It is related of a certain New England divine who flourished not many years ago, and w hose matrimonial relations are supposed not to have been of the most agreeable kind, that one Sabbath morn ing, while reading to his congregation the par able of the supper, iu which occurs this pas sage: “And another said 1 have bought live yoke of oxen, aud I go to prove them; I pray thee have me excused. And another said. I have married a wife, and therefore cannot come”—be suddeuly paused at the end of this verse, drew olf his spectacles, and looking around on his hearers, said, with emphasis, “The fact is my brethren, one woman can draw a man further from the kingdom ol heav en than five yoke of oxen!” The hat was passed rouud iu a certain con gregation for the purpose of taking up a col lection. After it made the circuit of the church, it was handed to the minister, who, by the way, had “exchanged pulpits” with the regular preacher, and he fouud not a pen ny in it. lie inverted the hat over the pulpit cushion and shook it, that its emptiuess might be known, then raising his eyes toward the ceiling, he exclaimed, with great fervor, “1 thank God that I got hack my hat from this congregation.” A Navy Ebminiscb.nck.—In the Depart !ment of Arms aud Trophies is the uniform coat of Commodore W. F. I.yuch, of the reb el Navy, whose explorations of the Dead .Sea gave him an extended reputation. The coat is apparently the one he wore when he was a loyal officer and before he became a traitor.— It was captured at Elizabeth City, after the battle of Koanoke Island, by the gunboat Commodore Ba-ney, commanded by Lieut. W. Flusser, of Kentucky. The flotilla bad been sent iu pursuit of the rebel vessels, and finally fonudlhcin at Elizabeth City; no time was lost in chasing, and when within bailing distance, Lieut. Flusser hailed to know what vessel that was. The reply was that it was “ the Confederate vessel Seabird, Commodore Lynch command ing." “ Tell the Commodore to get out his fend ers—I'm coming alongside,” was the answer; and suiting the action to the word, Com modore Barney put on full steam and struck the Seabird amidships, and suuk her; Couitno dore Lynch had, however, previously made hit escape. Matches Made bt the Si-ikits.—The Preceptor of a certain Academy, a genial old bach, who is still lingering upon the sunny side of forty, and who was regarded l>y his friends as a hopeleee cane, invited a spiritual tot to lecture before his school. Among the inauy things the lecturer re quested the spirits to do, wa«, to move the ta ble towards that young man in the auditory * who was old enough, aud ought to be mar ried ! " Immediately the table moved directly to wards the genial old bach, who seemed sur prised, confused, aud slightly pleased. Being something of a genius, and having spent most of his days philosophizing, he at once concluded that the movement of Die ta ble towards him, indicated the movement of at least one heart in the name direction. Haring full faith in his conclusion, and of course, actiug according to it, it did uot take many days to ascertain wlioee heart it was—' and the result is, that this genial old bach new teems to be on the suuny side of thirty, and to expected soon to marry.—(Aroostook Pio neer. At the table of ono of the New York ho tels, lately, a rough-spun individual was an noyed by the voracity of his nearest neigh bor, who monopolized ail the good things lie could reach. After witnessing ids operations I for some time, the blnnt customer tapped the gorinaudizer on the shoulder, and said : “ Look a here, old fellow, 1 wouldn’t advise you to go to Ohio right away.” , “Why not?” “ Because they've got the hog cholera out there!” Loan to (he Stale o( Haim-. TuKAdURKR'* OYYIV.M, I Augusta, May 2, 1861 J IN conformity with A Resolve of the Legislature X approved March 19, 1861, authorizing a loan of Throe Million Dollar*, proposal* will be received at this office until five o’c ock 1*. M . tbo twenty-fourth day of May current, tor a loan of Two Million Pi l lars, reimbursable iu twenty-five yean*, for which bonds of the State wilt be issued in sums of five hun dred dollars aud one thousand dollars, bearing in terest at the rate of six per cent yearly , aud paya ble semi-annually The bonds will be issued datod June 1. 1864, w ith coupons attached for the serai-snuual inti res*. pay able, both principal aud interest, at the Suffolk Bank, Boston. The money on said loau will b* received at this office, "Suffolk Bank, Boston, or cither o! the Hark* ID Baugor, Portland, Bath or Rockland Persons desirous of taking the loan, or any part j of it, not less than five hundred dollars, aicre<|Utst ed to send their proposals io the Treasurer ol Mate, at Augusta, specifying the amount and terms Those persons whose proposals may bo accepted, I will be immediate!v|uottried NATHAN DANK, Treasurer. May 4 —dtomay'24 —— To Bail Broad Contractors. mHE Portland and Kenuebei Kail Komi Company X will receive proposals until the tenth of this month, lor grading that portion of their road which ies botween Congress stre> t. in Portland, and the i intersection of the York and Cumberland Railroad, north of the ’‘Haley iiou on the Peering Estate, ( in Westbrook. Also, for a Stone Culvert oier Peering Mill Pond, and other masonry, on the line of the road to he graded. Alto, for the Construction of a Sea-wall from the easterly side of Portiand Bridge, on or near the Commissioner's line of Pori land hurbtr to the wharf ot the Portland Gas Co. Also, for filling the dock iuclos<d by said sea-wall, and their Depot Ground* In Portland • Proposals tor the whole or any part of said work will be considered: the Company reserving the right ta accept any portiou of such proposal, as it may j deem expedient. Specification* of the work mav be seen at the office I of the Engineer, near the Gas Works C. .1 NOYES, Eneine-r of the 1‘TK .K. K Co, Portland, May 3d, 1861. dtoMaylo UTI or FBKTLAID. Jm Board of Mayor and Aldkrmks, I May 2, 1864 } ON the petition of ('. A. Donne!], for permission to erect and use a Stationary Mam Engine in the buiid nf No. 118 Fore street: Ordered, That Monday the sixteenth dny of May a*t., at 7J o’clock, P. It., at the Aldermen's room, e assigned as the time and place for the considers* ou or amid petition; and that said petitioner give notice thereof by publishing this order in oue or the ally papers of the city four times, the first publics Ion to be at least fourteen days beforehand, that all persona interested mav apt ear and be lieaid thereon. Atteat J. M. HEATH, City Clerk. Copy, Attest: J. M. HEATH, City Clerk, may 4 dtd To ■■Dholder* and Viclnaltut. AN adjourn- d meeting of the Licoeusing Board of the City of Portland will be b“!U at the Al dermen's Room on Monday, the sixteenth day of M»7 lust., at three o’clock in the af * rnocn, to con sider any applications that may be made lor Inn holders or VictualeiV Licences lor the current voar. As this will be the last meeting of the lt<-ard for this year, all persons interested will grvetu them selves accordingly. Per order, J. M HEATH, City Clerk. Portland, May 8, 1804. may4 dtd CAVALRY HORSES WANTED. ▲ PHlfiTAKT QU1BTIKMASTER'S OFFICE, I Augnsta, Maine, April 28, 1864 I PERSONS having Horses for sale, suitable for the Cavalry Service are invited to oiler them to the undersigned. Stating the number of horses and the priceper hoiae offered Each horse will be inspected at Camp Coburn, and mu»t conform to the following standard : To be from 14$ to 1G hands high; from 6 to years old, compactly built, full flashed, bridle-wise, perfectly sound, and of sufficient sise for Cavalry purposes. II. BRINK KRHOFF apr2iilw Capt. and A. Q. M. Portland Shovel IVI;tiiufa< luring Company. mUE annual meeting of the stockholders wBl be JL held st the office of the Company, K«-ucl: Street, on Monday. May Dili, 1*04, at 8 o’clo kl’. M, For the choice of Directors for the ensuing year. To determ.ue upon an increase cf the capital Block. For the transaction of any oilier business that may legal y come before the meeting. ap8o N. O. CRAM, Treasurer. Eating Suloou for hale. THE subscriber offer* for sale the Eating House No. 14 A 16 Exchaugc Sire* t. thoroughly fitted up throughout for a firtt clasa Eating House, with sufficient room* in the second story tor a lanuiy. This house, from its lavorable locality, has a large patronage and a good run of regular custom. The subscriber is compelled by ill health to offer the stand, together with all the furniture, fixtures, etc., M it nowatands, for sale on reasonable terms (i. L. WKLANDER, ap25 dtf 14 A 16 Exchange Street. TamUeotia Pine Laud €o. THE annual meeting ot this Company will be held at the Preble House, on Wednesday, May 11th, 1864, at 4 o’clock P M , for the choicfc of officers, and any other business legally coming be fore the meeting. N. O. CRAM, Treasur r. may2 Id a ——— • ———————————— I FOR SALE & TO LET. I_, ■ _ VALUABLE BEAL ESTATE fob sale. Good Location for a Hotel. Mlhat valuable and centrally located House and Lot, No. 31 India street, tor so many years owned and occupied by General baniu . el Fessenden, is offered lor sale. The Lot D 70 feet ou India street, extendiL* back J 171 feet—containing nearly 1J 000feet of laud. 1 he House is three stoned, is in good repair, and con tain* fifteen rooms, besides many closets and other convenience*; has gas fixtures throughout; it also has a large tlow ofrU&K AQUBULCT W A1 KK, which is very desirable; tflso a large Wood House 1 and Barn. . . . This a good piece of property upon w hich to make improvements. It may be fitted for a LIHs'l CLASS HOARDING HOUSE, or a SECOND CLASS HO TEL. Its near proximity to the terminus of the Grand Trunk Railway and to the wharves ol the Boston and other steamers, makes the location a desirable one for a Hotel. This lot might be improved w ith profit to any me chanic or other person having means,by the erec tion of Teneinen s, its large depth affording ample space tor a block ot eight or ten buildings. For fbrtber particulars enquire of WM. 11. jV:UHia, Argus Office Portland, Dec. 8. 18C3. decllMWFtf Desirable Properly Tor Sale. IlOR Sale in 1 avEiiURG Village. Oxford Coun ty, Maioe, the House and Farm lor many years owned and occupied by the late Fd ward L. Osgood, Ksq. The p.operty comprises a House, Sta ble and other outbuildings, a itn three acres ot laud, forming the immediate house-lot, and eighty acr« a ot yikst rate intervale land iu the immediate vicinity. Tne house is large, well built, and in good repaid and is as pleasantly and desirably h cat* d as any in the Leautilul village ef F'r>eburg. The luterva'c land will be sold together with or ■eparateCrrath#huoie n^«l i«-t the perehefer mav prefer. It comprises i ighty teres well located amf iu a good state ol cultL a loll. Two good barns are on the premises, oud u full supply ot farming utensils winch w ill be sold at a low price iu count c tiou with the farm. 1 he house is thoroughly acd comfortably furnish ed, and the turniture will l»e sold with it if desired. An examination of ihe property can be made at any time by application on tLe premises. Immediate possession given. F'or terms and par ticulars apply either personally or by letter to James R Osgood, 136 Washington street. Boston, or to Hon JOHN W. DANA. Frjeburg, Me. apr204iaw&. w3w llousi on Spring Street for Sal*. PURSUANT to a License from lion. John A. Wa terman, Judge of Probate, 1 hereby offer for sale the Hoiim* and Land, belonging to the Estate of Jedediab Jewett, late of Portland, deceased, and if not disposed of at private ra'a previous to the first day ot June. Khali sell the same at public auction oa that day. at 3 P. M , on the premises. The hout-e is a two rtory Cottage, built in the Gothic style, finished throughout; hard and soft water iu abundance, with Gas Furnace—the latter put in last Fail —Bath-Uoom and otbtr modern conveniences, including a fine large Conservatory. Connected with the hou»e is a garden in high state c! cultivation, containing t ruit 1 rtfs, some of rare species, strawberry and Grape vinos, together with an abundance of choice plants The lot is 62 feet on Spring Street, run* ing back 182 feet, more or lent, and in the re aria open to Park .Street by a parage way. which with the passage way from s pritig street, are to he kept open for the benefit ol 1 In abutteia There is a tree Policy of insurance on the ITouse. For terms apply to * Fit AN KLIN FOX. Administrator, 169 Commercial St. April 20,1*>1. apr2‘> eod&w3w. FOB SALE. A PLEASANT Country Seat, at New Gloucester, Lower Corner. The stand formerly occupied by F. 1 eaten, a* a Home School, is offered for sale. The hou-e and ell, both two stoiy, the latter ucw. contain fifteen finished rooms, a good cellar, and an abundance of pure, soft w ater, wood house and sta bio connected. The place is adorned with shade and i and shrubbery, e mmandta beau tiful prospect, is situated iu a good community, and is t ut an hours rid* from Portland on the Gtand Trunk Kailroad A large garden belongs to it, well stocked with young au t thrifty fruit trees iu full bearing, (24 apple trees.) Price #1700. For further information apply to F. Teat on, F rye burg Me., Seth Haskell, near the premises, or ALBION kElTU, 189 Middle Street fettfS 3taw tf Portland. Valuable rami l or Milo. THE subscriber effera for sale, the firm now occupied by him in Gorham, containing about 160 acres of good land, wit a convenient _I dwelling-house, a very large, com m <j. >u**uu we l built b. rn and outbuildings, all iu good repair. Said farm i« on the new road from Baccarappa to Gorham Corner, about eight miles from Portland, two from baccarappa and one from Gorham. It has a valuable wood lot containing about fort;/ arret, is well watered, and is altogeth er one of th*- best farms in Gorbatn. Apply to HON. roPPAK BOMS, Gorhaaa, B. II Dow, Portland, orto John Johnson, cn thepremires. a ai6d4w • K'arm for Male. IN Cape Elizabeth, miles from Portland Bridge, about loo acres of well proportioned mowing tillage Pasture, wood and Gruber. About 000 cords hard and sott wood. Cuts 40 tor ** Lav, Barn most new, 38 by 60, Lumber for 1} Story house—on the direct road to Portland, extending 60 rods back, well located to cut into ten acre lots, and will be if requested. Fences stone wall mo»tly new. Price #76 per acre, 26 per cent cskIi ; balance can r* main a number of years secured by mortgage. For par ticulars enquire of SCOlT DYEtt, mcn3d d4ru VuluaHIc Iti'iiI Estate for Male. ONE mile from Portland Bridge, on the direct road to the Ocean House. About Eight Acres ol good laud—a Cottage Hours containing ten fin ished rooms, good stable and out-buildings nearly new and iu good repair. Two good wells ot water, oueof wh;ch never tails, and will work as well as raia water. For particulars call on Samuel A. True, Nos. 4 and 6 Union Wharf, or at the store ot Nathan iel Cro -kett. No. 861, Congress fit. Portland April 26. 18^-4. apr20d3w House For Sule. rilUL two Story House, No. 149 Congress Street, X containing ten rooms with plenty oiCloFOt room audwo'xi bouse, good cellar, with lurnace, hard and soft water. The lot is twenty eight feet on Congress Street, by one hundred and thirty feet deep has a good m -;--<t. TnebouM will accommodate two small families. For terms en quire of C. T. DIgLING H AM, on the premises. ipr2eodtf House for Mnl<k. A threestory dwelling house with brick basement, xV situated on the corner ofMonument and War ren streets; has twelve finished rooms, and Is well calculated for one or two families. For terms ap {*ly to Edward Shaw, at the office of the Mutual ‘’ire Insurance Company, 102 Middle Street, orto N. F. DEEMING. inch 16 dtf No. 9 Exchange 8t. For Male or Co Let. CLIFF COTTAGE, containing over 10 rooms,large stable and sheds—situated two and one-bait utiles from Portland, and the finest situation in Cape Elizabeth for a wa ,_tering place, and summer boarders. For particulars enquire of GEO. OWEN, ap7 dtf 81 Winter Street, Portland. ■ ioum: iiiiu i.iiiiti iwr nmt*. mil E northerly home in the three-story Brick X Block. (No 19) Myrt e street, recently occupi ed l.y Rev. Win. I: Clark. Immediate notsossion given Wi.l bs sold at a bargain it applied lor soon. For terms, Ac., inquire of JOHN C.P J&OC1 FK, apr20tf Lirne Street. Fnlfii Koom 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. WAKltFN SPARROW, mchftdtf No. 74 Middle St., cor. Exchange. To L«*l. milE pleasant and commodiou« office (withante X room) on second floor, over otiice of the Ocean Insurance Company, corner of Exchange and Milk Street*. Postt-fsion given immediaiely Enquireat Office of OCEAN INSURANCE CO. aplltf For Saif. THE TWO STORY 110CSE on Sumner ibjji Street, No. 13, containing lourteen finished iiitLrooms and Closet room, calculated for two families. Terms easy. Inquire of s. N CODING, No. 22 St. Lawrence street. ap27-d2w* For Sale. A small stock of Groceries in store corner Casao J\ and Congress streets. Alt*o the lease of the store. Possession given immediately. Enquire on the premises. Portland. April 25. 1464. To Let. mil E rooms over the store of the subscriber,corner X oi Fore and Exchange streets, now occupied by Stephen Berry as a printing office. Possession given 1st of January. Apply to dec29 dtf BEN J. FOGG. For Male. STOCK and Fixtures of the Albion KtMurant. No 117 Federal street, i» not dlgpotad of before the2 th of May. will bj cloned ou and after that date. tut)3d2w G. B. MILLER For Sale. \ Sloop Yacht, about 7 tons burthen, one year old. w» II lound in sails, tackling, a c. Apply to Degaio A Dyer, head Brown’s Wharf, Commercial street. Portland, April 19,1864. aprlftd.'hv• For Mule. AT vo Story Brick Ilouso. No.26, Spring Street. ! Inquire at No. 118. Commercial St. Portland. April 30, 1%4. apr80d‘Jw* To Let. STORE now o«o a pied by us. Possession given immediately. Also, a Front Office in llacson Block. lanH dtf_ _tt. J. LIBBEY A CO. To LfI. ( )NE STORE in Galt’s Block Vp22 dtf App,y t0 U’ 1 MACUIN, RAILROADS. I'OKTUND ADDUIHUIC K. K. fil lUN'i. ft SIjMMBK ABEAKUi.ilKKT, Commencing; Monday, April 25, 1804 I r:j£^S23g3p Pafst-ngrr trains leave Skowhegan for 1*ori anu aod Boston, at 8 45 A. Ai . Au u, l».u A M and Hath Ij 10 P. AI Auvnoia lor Portland ana Boston at 5.Co A, m ; Bath 0.8o A . M Portland for Ba'h. Augusta. Waterville,Kendall's Mills and Kkowhegan, at 1 10 I*. AI. Portland for Bath and Augusta 8 16 P. II. Passengers for stationson tin* Androscoggin Rail road will chanut cars at Biunswick. The 1 10 P. AI. train f otn Cortland connects at Keiidaii'H Mills with Maine Central Railroad lor Bangor, ft c , arriving same evening. Stages leave Ba h lor Rookland at 9 A. M. and 3 P M. Stages leave Augusta for Belfast at 4 P. M. •Bug' * leave Skowhegan at 6 10 P. M for Anson, Soion, ft c. Through Tickets for all the station* on this and the Androscoggin Railroad, can he procurred in Boston at the Eastern or Bos*on at d Maine stations. B. 11. CUSHMAN, Superintendent. April 1*. l- l ap23tf Vork A t iiitibpiliiiail KallroaJ. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. On and aOer MONDAY, April 1th., 1804, trains will leave as follows, until further notice Saco River tor Portland at 6 45 Freight Train with Passenger ! Cars) and 9 15am, ana 3.30 r. m. Leave Portland tor Saco River, 7.45 a. m. and 2.00 and 6,20 r*. ju. The 2 00 P. m. train out, and 5 45 a. m. train into Portland, w ill be freight trains with passenger cars attached. Stages connect at Kacoarappa daily for South Wiuanain, Windham Center and Gnat Kails At Gorham for West Gorham, St*udisli. Steep Falls, Baldwin. ScLago, Bridgtcn, lliram, Liming ton, Cornish, Denmark, Brownfield. Kovel, Frve burg, Conway, Bartlett, Albany, Jackson and Ea ton, N. 11. At Buxton Center for West Buxton, Bouncy Ea gle. South Kiruiugton, Limington and Limerick At Saco River tri-weekly, lor Hollis, Limerick, Ossipee, Newtleld, Parsonstield, Eflingiam, Free dom. Madison, r atc-n, Cornish, Toner, ftc I-ares 5 cents less when tickets are purchased in the Office, than when laid in the (. ars. DAN. CARPENTER. Supt. Portland April 7,18t>4. dtf B1AINE CENTHAJL HAILKOAD. WIN!KB ARRANGEMENT. rHHflVi Trains leave Portland, Grand Trunk jMRr*''d Station, for Lewiston and Auburn, at 7.40 a m For Bangor and Intermediate stations at 1.10 P.M. RETURNING—leave Lewiston at 6.20 A. m., and arrive In Portland at 8.80 a m. Leave Bangor at 7.26 ▲. if., aod arrive In Portland at 2 00 p. m. Both these trains oosnect at Portland with trains for Boston. Freight train leaves Portland at 8 a. m., and re turning is due in Portland at 1 r. m. Stages connect with trains at principal stations, daily for most of the towns North and East of this line. C. M. MORSE, Sup't. Waterville, November, 1868. decl4 UKAND THINK RAILWAY Of* Canada. WINTER ARRANGEMENT gHBT On and tiler Monday, Nov. 9, 1863, trains will run daily, (Sundays except ad) until further notice, as follows: Up Traiii*. Leave Portland for South Paris at 7.40 a. m. For Island Pond at 1.10 r. m. Down Train*. Leave Island Pond for Portland, at 8 a. m. Leave South Paris for Portland at 6.46 a. m The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding *60 in value, and that per sonal, unless notice is given, and paid for at the rate of one passenger for every 9600 additional value. C. J. BKYDGES. Managing Director. 11. HAILEY, Superintendent. Nov. 4, 1963. nov6 PORTLAND, SACCT4k PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. S U M M R II ARRAN G EM R NTS Commencing April 11th, 1S64. nBmmr Passenger Train* will leave the 8ta- I tion. Canal street, daily, (Sundays ex oepted i a* follows: Leave Portland for Boston, at 8 45 A. M. and 8.C0 r.M. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.30 a m. and 3.CO r. m. Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.00 A. M. and I 6 8) r. M. These trains will take and leave passengers at way | station*. Freight train* leave Portland and Boston daily. FRANCIS C11ASK, Superintendent. Portland. Oct 30.1903. oc31 edtf — -- - ■■■■ - - ! STEAMBOATS. International Steamship Company. Eastport, Calais A St John. tw o Titles rcit w eek. On and after Monday, March 28. I the superior sea-going .steamer NEW BRUNSWICK, Capt. E. B. _________ Winchester, will leave Railroad Whart, loot of State Street, every Monday at 6 o’clock P. M . and the Steamer NEW ENGLAND, Capt. E Field, every Thursday at 6 o’clock P. M., for East port and St. John, N. H . connecting at&t John with steamer Emperor lor Diaby, Windsor and Halifax. and with the K. A N. A. Railroad lor She diac and all way stations. Returning, wi 1 leave 8t John every Monday and Thursday at 8o'clock A. M., for Eastport. Portland and Boston. Stare coaches connect with steamer at Ka*tport for Machlas. Freight for Calais will be forwarded by tailing ves sels for the present. Through ticket* procured of the Agent* and Clerk ou board Steamer*. Freight received till 4 o'clock P. M , Monday* and Thursday*. flftChWdtf C. C. EATON, Agent. Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. CARRYING THE CANADIAN k D O. MAILS. Passengers Booked to Londonderry, Glaigow and Liverpool. RETURN TICKETS GRANTED AT REDUCED RATES. m Thesteamship Damascus, Capt. f#ra ^ ham. will sail from this port for Liver Ste^_D^ypool on SATURDAY, May 7th. tremi IQiVyiA/BJMldiatciy after the arrival of the Train [ ol the previuuasday from Montreal. Passage to Londonderry. Glasgow and Liverpool I —Cabin according to accommodation) #66tofM); Steerage, 930. Payable in gold or its equivalent. To be succeeded by the steamship Belgian fr. m Quebec on the 14th May For Freight or Passage apply to „ , „ _ U A A. ALLAN, No. o Grand Trunk Railroad Passenger Depot ! Portland and lloaton Line. THK 8TEAMKRS Foreit City, Lewiston and Montreal Will, until further notice, run as follows: Leave Atlantic Wharf, Portland, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, at7o’clock P. M , and lunia Wharf, Boston, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, at 6 o'clock P. M. Fare in Cabin. 91.60 M on Deck. j.jj Freight taken aa usual. The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding 960 in value, and that person al, unless notice is given and paid for at the rate ol one passenger for every 9600 additional value. Feb.18, 1H68. dt/ L. BILLINGS, Agent. ■ vmiuuu auu jh:h i wi n ^leniitera SEMIWEEKLY LINE. b The splendid »ud fut Steamships v Jyo& "UM U&r POINT," Capt.. Willett, “PuTOMAC," Captain Shku EEH£xfcs£2a wood, a ill,until further notice tan at follows: Leave Browns Wharf, Portland, every WEDNES DAY , and SAT l.TRDA Y, at 4 1*. M., and leave 1’ier 9 North River, New York, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 3 o’clock, P M. These vessels are fitted up with fine accommodations for passengers, making this the most speedv, «afe and comfortable route for travellers between'New York and Mains. Parage §7,00, including Fare and State Rooms. Goods forwarded by this line to and from Montreal, Quebec, Bangor, Bath, Augusta, Easlport and St. John. Shippers are requested to send their freight to the steamers nearly as 8 P. M., on the day that then leave Portland. For freight or passage apply to EMERY k FOX, Brown’s Wharf, Portland* H B. CROMWELL k CO.. Ifb 86 West Street, New York. Deo. 6.1861. dtf Tor Sale. A SOU ALL block of land, of about 73000 acres iV. of wood laud, on the south side of the river St l.awnnio . in Canada East It is iut» rc< t d< ti by two considerable rivers with eligible Mill sits. Well wooded with every description of timber, such as pine and spruce in large quantities, and maple, t>erch, beech, tamarac aud bass wondtoauy amount. Kuquiro of 11. T. MACH IN, Portland. Portland, Feb. 1964. feb‘26eodtf For Sale. ONE Express Wagon, nearly new, can be used lor one or two Ilorses.it has Pole and Shafts complete. For price ko., call at No.4 Free Street Portland. apr I eodtf medical. Female STRENGTHENING CORDIAL. This Medicine is of long tried efficacy lor correct? ing k 11 disorders incidental to the feminine sex. 1 hut t lie aifiicted may feel assured that this Cordial is truly valuable and worthy their confidence,- not one ot those seerct compounds purposed to di strop healthy actiou, I add a lew testimonials lioin j h>«<• iciaus whom all, lavoting the Kleotricand Ketormed Practice ot Medicine, respect. • V\ 1L.LA KD U. GF.ulji.E,formerly Professor in the W orcesUT Medical College, and President ol the Electric Medical Society, <uub.->., m oaks oi it in the fallowing terms: . “ * *,uve used the Female Strengtheviny Cordial similar to that preparation by Pit. GEO. W •SW hIT, 106 Hanover street, aud 1 regaid it as one ot the best Medicines for Female Complaints that can be found." DK. J. KING, Author of** Woman: Her Dis eases and their Treatment," sgya: “I his Medioinr appear* to exert a specific infiu enco on the Uterus, i t is a valuable ageut in ah de rangements oi tho Female Keproouctive Organs.” DlC. SM1111, President of the New York Asso ciation of Botanic Physicians, says: No F otnule. if in delicate health,ahoud omit the timely use of this valuable Cordial. 1 owe much ol my success iu midwifery to the use of this Medi cine." • MO HIKES AND M A K El ED LADIES. 1 he following from Dr. F AY is worthy your no tice : *' Alia general remedy for F emale Complaints this Cordial’ is a very valuable one, but by the Profes sion it is*enteemed more highly for its good result during Confinement in relieving the great sulk-ring attendant upon childbirth. 1 acknowledge with Dr. Smith that much of my succes* in midwifery i* due to the use ot this medicine. If strengthens both mother and child. In each cases 1 follow the oi ret ion* cl Prof. King, by uilowiug my j:\tients to use it a few vv eeks previous to contin* nunt, as by the energy it imparts to the uterine nervous syst« m the labor wi.i be very much facilitated, and removes the scraps which lnauy females art* liable to. No woman, if she knew the great valu-.of this Strength ening Cordial would tail to use it.” I have received numerous testimonials from diff erent parts of the country where used, hnowiig the good it is capable of doing, I w 11 warrant every bottle ol my 44 Cordial’’ to be satisfactoryin its re sults. 1 he following symptoms indicate those a factions in which the Female Strtnytkihih y Ccrcial las proved invaluable: Indisposition to Flxertion. Wakefulness, Uneasi ness, Depression of bpirtts, Trembling, Loss ot Power, Pain in the Back. Alternate Chill-, and Flushing of Heart, Dragging Sensation at the Lower Part of the Body, Headache, Languor Ach ing Along the thighs, lutolerence of Light aud Bound, Pale Countenance, Derangement ot 'he Stomach and Bowels, Difficult Breathing. Hysteria. Ac.. Ac. It is a specific remedy in a’l uterine Diseases, 1 Chlorosis oi Green Sickness, Irregularity, Painful ness. Profuse or Suppression oi Customary Dis charges. Leucorrha-a or Whites, Scirrhua or Ulcer ate State oi the Uterus, Sterility, Ac. No better Tonic can possibly te put op tl.ac this, and none less likely to do harm, and it is comi«oseu wholly of vegetable agents, and such as we have know'll to bo valuable, and have used for many years. PIUCF., One Dollar Per Bottle, or six bottles for 86 Should your druggist not have it, send directly to us, and when Six bottles or more are ordered wo w ill pay all expenses, aud have it securtly packed from observation, Bo sure and get that prr pared at the New Fingland Botanic Depot, 106 Hanover St. Boston. GEU. W. SWKTT, M. D., Proprietor. II« II. HAY, A prut, Portland. mchSeodGin HA \ K now been before the public for nearly a year They are univcr«aiiy pronounod the ueate«t ami bent titling collar- extant. I lie upper edge prcM.-nt* a porfeai curve, free from tb« angle* noticed in all otter collar*. The cravat cau*e* no pucker* on the ii-ide of the turn-down col jar,—they are AS SMooiil INSIDE AS OUTSIDE,—and therefore perfectly free and easy to the neck 1 he Garotte foliar ha* a smooth and evenly fin ished edge on both rhilji. These Collar- are not simply flat pieces of pa{>er cut in the form of a collar, but are molded ami ftHAPKDTO kit Til* MU K. They are made in “Novelty' (or turn-down stylejin every half size from 12 to 17 inches, and in “Eureka," (or Garotte,> from 13 to 17 inches; and packed in “solid -ire" in neat blue carton*, containing 100 each; also in smaller ones of 10 each.—the latter a very handy package lor Travellers, Army and Na\y Officers. CT’** EVERY COLLAR is stamped “Gray’! Patest Mcldki* 0oli.au.’’ hold by all dealer* in Men’s Furnisl ing Goods. The Trade supplied by HATCH. JOHNSON A CO. Importers and Wholesale Dealer* in Men’s Furni-h ing Good* and Umbrellas 81 D*v<>khhirk St . Ho*. ton. Maw. mrh22eo<13m STATEMENT OF THE .Tiliia In«urnncc Company, OF HARTFORD, CONN., On the 1st day of November, A. D. 1SC3, a* required by the Lavr, of the State of Maine. The Capital Stock I,..1.590.000 and with the sur/dut it infested at fviitnrt: Real date, unincumbered, 087,963 18 Cush in hand, on deposit, and in agents’ „ band,, 216.950 56 Unitod State, Stock,, 612,817 60 State and City Stocks, and-^Fowu Bond,, 6.;<U50 00 Bank and Trust Company Stock,, 1 (97,270 00 ■ rtgage Bond,, 3Sl,9rt) 00 Atlantic Mutual In,. Co’, scrip, 1862 3, 16,886 59 Total A„et,, 63,025.879 74 Amount of Li&bititie, lor Losses not due or adjusted, *175.411 S4 Amount at risk, estimated, 115 616,479 (f TUOS. A. ALEXANDER, Fiesident. Lucira J. llAUPt.it, Secretary. Hartford, Sov. 7, 1863. J. C. CHURCHILL, Agent, No. 4 Iron Block, Portland Pier. deotdtf BOUNTIES & PRIZE MONEY. %IOO Hoiiuiy for Soldiers wounded in Battle. WE are prepared to obtain a Brunty of #100 for soldiers discharged on account of Bound* rrrrivtd. Bounty of #100 lor So.dier* discharged on account of ic utids received in battle obtained (it paper* on tile arecorrect) in tkrti ireels time Special attention given to the collection of Prize.Money, and claims again-t Government. SWEAT & CLEAVES, Counsellor! at Law* mchSdtf No 117, Mid He St , Mussey’s Row. PAKTHILAilOV Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company. This Company w ill issue Police* to be free after the payment o! »ix, eight or ten Premium* at the option of the insured and at rate* a* low a* any other Company. Tht issue of Free Policies renders it at the least equal if not superior to the participation companies. Office No. 102 Middle St CHARLES HOLDEN. Pres. EDWARD SHAW, hec. Feb 16 d*w tf American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY! OF NEW YOKE. Ouplial 8200.000, Insure Itiillilinif *. Morrhnndlar. Ilou.r hold Ftarnilurr. Hint*. I.rn.r*. Vo *rl* ou ihr Slock*, nad other Frr ••»«! Fr«;rnj ul Inc l.ow c*i rnr*. SAMUEL BROWN, President. WILLIAM RAYNOR, Secrotar. EDWARD SHAW, Agent, 103 MiddleBtr.. et. 00137 lyeod CRAFTS A WILLIAMS.' Succc.aoa* to J W HUNNEWKLL k Co., No. i 6 7 & 8 Commercial Wharf, ltostor. Importersand Wholesale Dealers ill hrugt, Vs I/I - ruin. Paint*, (Hit, hge Slut..Volufactvrir*. ar ticle* aud Chemicals. Mnuufaciuier* of Uocal lir nithca, Japan Ac. Agent* for Fuml Itivrr lend Mystic Lead t'o. Frmch aud 3meriuin Zinc, Druggist*, Perfumer*and l.iuunr Label*, (ionerai Agent* t'or.l. I.. Iluuiiewell'* rniversal Cough Rem edy, ToluAnodyneaud Electric Pill*. mch21«od8m MAINE INSURANCE CO. Augnsta, Malic. fllHK Maine insurance Company insure Against -X loss or damage by Fire, Buildings. Merchan dise and Furniture, ou terms as ia\orublo as it can be done by any solvent Company. Policies issued for Oue, Three, or Five vrars. J. L. CUTLKR, President. J. H. WILLIAM8,8oerotary. I DH AKI) SHAH-Ak« i»r. Nc. 102 Middle Street. ooiaeodlv Cvergrt'iui Cemetery. mUK Superintendent of Evergreen Cemetery w ill X be at nis office, in New City Building, entrance on Myrtle Street, from 12 o’clock M. to o’clock I*. M., every day, except Sundays, to atteudto any calls in connect'on with aaid Cemetery. Orders may be left at the office at auy time. ap2& dtl U. C. 11 Abb Superiuteudeut. MEDICAL. Loml New* lor tlic T nfort iiinitr. Til K LONG BOUGHT FUR n j a c o v f n k n a t last. Cherokee Remedy -AND CHEROKEE INJECTION. COMPOUNDED FROM ROOT*, BARKS AND LIAVK* CHEROKEE REMEDY, the great ndian Diu etic, euros all di oass* of the Urinary l. gans.such as Incontinence of the t rine, 1 nflamation of the ■iKidneys, Stone in ti e Bladder. Stricture, Grave), Gleet, Gouorrhca, and is especially recommended in those* eamvof /■’/nor (or White* in Females) where all the old nauseous medicines have failed. It ig prepared in a highly concentiated form, the dose only being from one to two teaspoonful* three time* per day. It is diuretic and alterative in it* action; purifying and cleansing the blood, causing it to flow in all it* original purity and vigor; thus removing from the system all pernicious causes which have induced dis ease. CHEROKEE J EJECTION is intended as an ally or assistant to tho CHEROKEE REMEDY, an should bo used in conjunction with that medicine in all ca. os of Gonorrhea, Gleet, Fluor A/bug or Whites. It* effects an* beaiing, soothing aud demulcent; re moving all scalding, heat, choadee and pain, instead of the burning and almost unendurable pain that is experienced with nearly all the cheap quack injec tions. By the use of the CHEROKEE REMEDY and CHEROKEE INJECTION—the two medicine* at the same time—all improper discharges are lemoved and the weakened organ* are speedily restored to full vigor and streigth. For full particular* get our pamphlet from any drug store in ths country, or w rite u* and we will mail free to any address, a full treatise. Trice, CHEROKEE REMEDY, 82 per bottle, or three bottle* fur 86. Trice, CHE. ROE EE INJECTION, 82 per bo e or three bottles for £5. 8tut by Express to any address on receipt of the price. bold by al! druggists, everywhere. DR. W. R. M ERWIN A. Cw„ SOL* PROPRIETORS, No. 69 Liberty St., New York. Cherokee Cure ! a Til K ORKAT INDIAN MEDICI N E, COMPOUNDED FROM ROOTS, BARR* AND LEAVES. An unfailing cure lor Spermatorrhea, Seminal Weakness, Nocturnal Emission*, and all diseases caused by self polution ; such as Loss of Memory, Universal Latitude, Pain* in tlfe Back, Dimness of Vision, Premature old Age, Weak Nerves, Difficulty of Breathing, Trembling, Wakefulness, Eruptions on the Face. Pale Count? nance, 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 n used in our practice for many years, and, with thousands treated, it has not fAilcd in a single instance. Its curative powers have been sufficient to gain victory over the ( most stubborn cate. To those who have trifle I with their constitution until they think themselves beyond the reach ot medical aid, we would say, Despair notthe CHER OKEE CURE will restore you to health and vigor, and after all <iuack doctors have failed. F«r full particulars get a circular from any Drug store iu the country, or write the Proprietors, who w ill mail free to any one desiring the same a full treatise in pamphlet form. Price, £2 per bottle, or three bottles for £5, and forwarded by expre** to all parts of the world. Sold by all respectable druggists evetywhere. I>R. W. R. MERWIN X Co.f SOL* PROPRIETORS. fibS codlt wly No. 6V Liberty St.. New York. WISTAR’S BALS/M. —OF— \\ I L D C II L K II Y HAS BEEN USED FOR NEARLY II A L F A CENTURY, with the moat astonishing success in curing Coughs,Ids, Hoarseness, Sore Threats, Injtu entaf Whooping Cough, < roup. Liter Complaint Itroncyitim, Diffi culty of Breathing, Asthma If every A faction of The Throat, Lungs and Chest INCLUDING EVEN C OASIMIP A IOY. \ There D scarcely one indiv idual in \ the community who wholly escaped tJ*- m. Al \ during a season, from »ome one, how ever Slightly developed, of the above r* *nsyiaptoma—a neglect of which might aV-• ‘ lead to the last named, and most to »*. ?&£iM(£^be dreaded disease in the whole cata |logue. The power of the “ medical j, of the Wild Cherry Tree over trSxpKiT? t,l‘* clarHOfcomplaint*is well known ; greet is the good it has performed, h&C£$0fTH[ lj®an<* IO ***** lbc haa Mis preparation, besides the s*fc-. ■■ ■ mJ?* virtues qf the Cherry, there are comningled inth Ho ther ingredients of like value thus increasing its value ten fold, and forming a Remedy wyose power to soothe, to heal, to relieve, and to cure disease, exists in ho other medicine yet discovered. Hon. RUFUS K. GOOD END »*, Formerly a member of Congress from Maine, has kindl) permitted us to use hi* testimony iu tavor of U'istar's Jialsam by the following certification, forwarded through Dr. Bust, of South Paris. 1 have tried Wistas'p Bai.ham op Wild Cher ry tor an exceedingly troublesome rough. The elfect was all that could be desired. The use of less than one bottle relieved bio entirely. Among great rarefies ot medicine!* which 1 hfve used, I have found none to eqnal *• Wistar’s." Its curative jau^viiK-p iu ia*vc ui rvgnr«i as iiivaiuauie. a . G. GOOD ENOW. From 11. FELbOWR, M. /). Hill, N. II., Nov. 3, 1860. S. 'V. Fowls k Co.,— Although I have generally a great objection to patent medicines, I can but sav iu justice to Du. \Vimn'* lUuiAMor to ili> l hkrky. that it is a remedy of superior value tor Pulmonary Instates. I have made use of this preparation" for several ) earn, and it has proved to be very reliable and effi cacious in tiio treatment ot severe and long-s anding so tabs. 1 know ot one patient, now iu comfortable hearb, who has taken tins remedy aud who, tut for il« use, 1 consider would not uuw be liviug. It. FELLOWS, M. D. From K. T. QVIMR Y, M. A. Principal of the *‘\ete !p switch Appleton Academy." New Jr*witch, N. H., Oct. 4, 1860. Messrs S W. Fowls k Co.— Genilemeu.—This oertitle* that for more than four teen years 1 have frequently used Dk, Wistab’b Balsam of Wjli> C kuuy. fur Coughs, i'otds, and Sore Throat, to w hicb 1, iu eounuou with the rest cf mankiud, am subject and it gives me pleasure to say that I consider it the very best remedy tor such cases, with which I am acquainted. 1 should hardly kuow how to do without it. Respectfully yours, K. T. (^IIMHY. Mr . U. //, PRAUVE,cf Turner Village, Writes the proprietors ot this great remedy at follows : — Tit a MR Villa uk, Mk , July 31,1860. Messrs. 8. W. I'oulk k Co . Boston. Gents:—I do not hesitate to recommend Dr. Wistar** Balsam or Wild < hkrky. for roughs and pulmonary ajf'tctitms, having used it iu my famitv for many year* with gnat satisfaction; in deed it ha* done more good <han all the other reme dies I have tried, and their names is legion. If all the patent medicim s in the market potossed but a portion of the merit of this excellent Balam. there would ho no occasion to condemn them as humbugs. This modi cine Is also used by many ot my triends and acquaintance* iu this town, and they have found it invaluable; ami 1 hope that others who suffer,may give it a trial. Yours respectfully. D ll. TEAGUE. From <» Highly Respectable Merchant. Falmouth, Mi., Aug. 10,1860. Messrs. 8. W. Fowls K Co .— Gents:—For a long time 1 have rafirred more or less w ith that distressing altlcliuu— Phthysic—in its worst forms, ami have resorted to various so-calhd remedies, hut to no purple as affording the desired relief. Deprived of inv sleep-by reason of the se verity of the disease, it was only too evident that 1 w as fast breaking down under it 1 restored to Dr. Wistar’s Ha i.ham or WiLir Clerky with but little confidence as to its curative properties, but the use of one bottle ha* entirely rid me of this monster; and to the public 1 can safely commend it ' as every way worthv their confidence. Most respectfully. 8. 1. MERRILL. WiMaril'* linls:iin of Wild Cherry i* riceparki* By Seth W Fowls k Co.. Boston. Sold by all Druggists aud Dealers in Medicines. Febltf ood 8m. MEDICAL. OK. J. B. HllfllBI CA» EM roiFD AT HIS PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, No. A Temple Siren, WIJKKK lie can be consulted privately, and with the utmost confidence by tho afflicted, at ail hours daily, from 8 a*m. to 9 r. m. Dr. li. 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 tho medical profession, he feels warranted in Uuab AN TAKING A COllK IN ALL CASKS, whether of long standing or recontly contracted, entirely removing the dregs of disease from the system, and making a perfect and PERMANENT CURE. lie would call the attention of the afflicted to the fact of his long standing and well earned reputation, furnishing sufficient assuranoe of bis skill and sac Of. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Every intelligent and thinking person must know that remedies handed out from general nse should have their efficacy established by well*tested expe rience in the hands of a regularly educated physi cian, whose preparatory study fits him lor all the duties he mu.-t fulfill; yet the country is flooded with poor nostrums and cure-alls, purporting to be the best in the world, which aro not only useless, but al ways injurious. The unfortunate should be rAXTio ui.ar in selecting his physician, as it is a lamentable yet incontrovertable fact that many syphilitic pa tients are made miserable with ruined constitutions by maltreatment from inexpeiienced physicians in general practice; for It is a point generally conceded y the best syphilographers. 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 pusrues one system of treatment, in most cases making an indiscriminate nse of that antiquated and dangerous weapon, Mer oury. HAVE CONFIDENCE. Al! who have committed an excess of any kind,* whether it be the solitary rice of youth, or the sting lag rebuke of misplaced confidence in maturor years, SEEK FOR AN ANTIDOTE IN SEASON. The Pains and Aches, and Lassitude and Nervous Prostration that may follow Impure Coition, aro the Barometer to the whole system. Do not wait for the consummation that is sure to fol low, do not wait for Unsightly Uloers, for Disable*! Limbs, for Loss of Beauty and Complexion. HO W MAN T THOUSANDS CAN TESTIFY TO THIS B Y UNUAPP Y EXPERIENCE. Young Men troubled with emisslors In sleep, a complaint generally the result of a bad habit ia youth, treated scientifically, and a perfect oure 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 ami emaciated as though they had the consumption, and by their friends supposed to have it. All such c wee yield to the proper and only correct coarse of treatment, and in a short time art mado to rtjoioe in perfect health. MIDDLE AGED MEN. There are many men at the age of 40 or 80 wtioare troubled with too frequent evacuations from the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burning sensation, aud weakening toe system in a manner the patient cannot account for. On exam ining urinary depots a ropy sediment will often be found, and sometimes small particle* of semen or albumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin milkish hue, again changing to a dark and turbid appearance. There are mauy men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, whieh is the SECOND STAON OP SEMINAL WEAKNESS. 1 can warrant a perfect core in such eases, and a frill aud healthy restoration of the urinary organs. Person* who cannot personally consult the Dr., can do so by writing in a plain manuer a description of their disease, and the appropriate remedies will be forwarded immediately. All correspondence strictly confidential and will be returned if desired. Address, DR. J B. Hl’GHES, No. 6 Templo St., (corner of Middle] Portland. tydend Stamp for circular. Eclectic Medical Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. DK HUGHES particularly invites all Ladles who need a medical adviser, to call at his rooms, No. t Temple Street, which they will find arranged for their especial accommodation. Dr. H.'s i^lectic Renovating Medicinesarsunrival led in etflcacy aud superior virtue in regulating all Female I regularities. Their action Is speeifio and certain of producing relief in a short time. 4.ADIES will find It invaluable in all case* of ob structions after ail other remedies have been tried lu rain. It is pureiy vegetable, containing nothing iu the least injurious to the health, and may be take* with perfect safety at all times. Sent to any part or the eountry with full directions by addressing DR HUGHES, Ho. k Temple Street, ooruer of Middle, Portland. H. B.—LAD1KS desiring may sousult out of their own sex. A lady of experience in eonstant attend anoe. taaldfcwly Lyon’s Periodical Drops TXE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! AUB BETTIB THAU ALL Pills* Powder* dr Quack Preparations. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! -ABB Sure to do Goodand cannot do lam. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! Tlie Great Female Remedy LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ABI BBTTEK THAU ALL PILLS,POWDERS f QUACK PREPARATIONS LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARE Sl'HE TO 1)0 OOOUANl) CANNOT 1)0 HARM. Lyon's Periodical Drops THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon's Periodical Drops ARR RRTTRR THAS ALL PILLS, POWDERS ASD QUACK URDU ISKS. Lyon's Periodical Drops Art, Sum to <lo (loml uml cannot do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS The tirent Feiuule Heiuedy. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS ABB BBTTICR THAI ALL Pills, Powders and Quack Preparations. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS -ARB BURK TO DO HOOD AND CANNOT DO HARM Lyon's Periodical Drops TUN GREAT FEMALE REMEDY Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are better than all Pills, Powders, And Quack Preparations. Lyon's Periodical Drops, -ABB Sure to do Good and cannot do Harm. * -■ Price* $1 per Bottle* For sale by all Druggist#. At whole#Ale by W. F Phillips, II. 11. Hay k £<>., rortlmnd. aug22 eodly MEDICAL. A TWO 0 D ’ S A TIVOO DJ S UClNINC TONIC BITTFK* qi'ININC TONIC IlITTEKtl la the beet Aromatio TONIC AND 8TOMACHIC Ever brought before the public. — IT WILL— Improve th>i Appetite, Facilitate Digestion, <*t»e tone to the NervouhSyMem. Vigor to ever» Organ of the Uotlf. Thereby imparling Health and strength There ia no remedy *o good in LANQUOB AND DEBILITY, whether general, or following aeu'e diieaie. Coa valeeoeula from .Ickae., will Snd it a moet excel leat reetorative and agreeable exbileraa,. HO SOLDIER SHOULD BE IE THE FIELD WITHOUT IT. WHAT IS SAID OF IT: The report of the Sanitary Commission sty*: *' It is wise and prudent where ag’-eand ftver are prevalent, that every man should take a dose of Quinine bitters at least once in twenty.lour hours. Ihis will rurelv serve as a safeguard against disease. It has been practiced in Florida and elsewhere with undoubted benefit." Mim Diz, a! the head of the Hospital Depart • wsent Washington, writes *'* wo",d *•**■» »t this period, say that your Quinine Tonic is used, and that seveial Surgeon# of K> giments much approve of it." Capt. WaLtbb 8. Sampbok, of the V. 3. A nap, •aye: 9 "The Bitters did an immense amount of good amongthemen under my oommaud;as, for instance, a number or sore throat, oi diarrhea,, of dysentary and chills aad fever, were cured by it." Burgeon Gen. Wit. J. Dali says: " 1 esteem it an invaluable remedy in varies# forms of debility," Ac. Sold by all Druggist*, AND CHAS. H. ATWOOD. IV Central Street, Ilovton, PROPRIETOR. MU cod 2m MORE TESTIMONIALS! MRS. MANCHESTER Is constantly receiving unsolicited testimonials at • the asloasshaay cares performed by her. Among many reoently received are the following, which art commended to the notloe of the afflicted. Mrs. Man Chester may bo eoamlUd at If o. 11 Clapp’s IIlock. Room No. S. A CASK Of SPINAL DISEASE CURED This Is to oerttly that 1 went to see Mrs. Manches ter last March with a daughter of mine troubled with spinal disease, for which she had been doctored for Ive years, and by a number oi physicians of all kinds; and she has had twenty-one applications el electricity applied, bnt all to no effect; but she eon Gnually grew worse. Icams to the couclusioa, at tbs last resort, to go and see Mrs. Manchester, sad did so; and to my great surprise the told me the first ante ot the disease, aad how the had been from time to time, which eaoouraged me to try her medicines. I did to. and now my daughter it able to be aroang the house all o{ the time. She also rides te n or fif teen miles without any trouble or laconvenicnoe.aad I think in a short time the will be restored to perfect health. Since my daughter has been doctoring, I have heard of a great many cases that Mrs. Mtnobte ter has oursd. 1 think if any person deserves pat ronage, It It the one who tries to preserve the health of theeiok and suffering; and 1 know that she usee every effort whioh lies la her power to benefit her patients. Sanaa L. Kuiobts, Guoaan hniairre, A*bt K. Knioiito, Luna Knanie. /trustssnot, Afosae, Aaguit 111. ONE OP TUE GREATEST CURES on RECORD. Mas. Mauonnsrua—Dtar Afodom —Thinking a statement of my oaae may be of tervioe to others similarly afflicted, 1 hasten to give it to yon. This is brieffy my ease—1 was taken tick about Iff months ago with the Liver Complaint in a very bad form. 1 applied to four different physicians, bnt re ceived no benefit until 1 called on yon. At that time I had given up business, and was In a very bad stats, bat after taking your medicine for e short tiidh I be gan to recover, and la two months I was entirely well, aad had gained several pounds oflesh, and eau truly say that hy your skill I am a perfectly heal hy man. Joanra Dana. miss f Hidel Drpo*. Porilamd, Aft. A REMARKABLE CURE OP A CASE OF DRO ST CURED B T MRS. MANURESTER. This is to eertiiy that I have been cured of the Dropsy of fifteen yean standing by Afrt. Afaachss tar. 1 have been to physicians in Boston, New York and Philadelphia. They all told me that they could do nothing for me. unless they tapped me, and as sured me that by tapping I could lire but a short time. I had made up my mind to go home and live as long as I ootid with the disease, and then die. Ou my way home I stayed over night In Portland with a friend of mine, aad told them what my mind was a regard to my disease. They finally persuaded ma to go and tee Mrs Manchester. She examined me and told me my case exactly. I was so muoh astonished to think that she told me eorreotly. that 1 told her that I would take her modi nines, not having the least faith that they would me any good, or that 1 should get the slightest relist from any coarse whatever; finally I took the medi cine and went home. In one week ftom the time I commenced taking the medicine, 1 had over three gallons of water pass me in seven hours; and my fol low tuffhrsrs may be assured that it was a great relief to me. I had not been able to 11s down in bed at night before this for two years. Now 1 oan lie down with perfect ease. I have taken her medicine for sight months, and am as well as any man could wish to be, and no signs of dropsy. 1 would udvite all that are tick to go end consult Airs. Mcmchertar, even If they have been given up by other phy sicians. I have sent her a number of cases ot other diseases, and she has oared them also. Go and for yourselves. 1 had no faith, but now my faith eaaaot be shaded In her skill in telling and curing Hicses. Cbablbs S. Ilausou, Sanaa K. Hannon, Mast A. Hannon. a payer, ifawi, April Id. Omul Hoc as-Prom 9 A. M.UU 9 r. M. aaelT luhnetal «A v r .c. i'.ij. r—.-m-iUs THE Vegetable Pulmonary balsam is the most highly approved medicine ever discovered, if has stood ike best (f all tests, Titne, having had an unprecedented sale of nearly forty years It is recommended by onr best yAjuiriiuw, oar moat emi nent cstiscns. the /Test, the 7V«*J*,iu tact by ail who know it. Tor certificates, which can be given to almost any extent, see wrappers to each bottle. The proprietors will eheorAillv refund the money it not ent relv satisfactory Price 50 cents and If: the large bottles much the cheapest. Be cartful to get tke genutne. which is prepared only by KEED, CUT TER A CO., Wholesale Druggists. Boston. Bold in Portland bv dealer* generally fl.H HAY. Druggist, corner Middle and Prao streets. Wholesale Agent. deefi isdfin* CITY OK PORTLAND. VET II EKE AS M. F. Walker and others, have pe tf Utioned the City Council to lav out a new Street or Public Way in said city,—beginning at Congress Street aud runuing up to the back lice of the Arsenal Ground, and win rets -aid petition was referred by the city Council. Feb. 8 h, 1864, aud ta ken from the files March 21st, NH. aud referred to the uudersigned, for them to cousider and act upon, therefore. Notice Is hereby given to all parties interested,that the Joint {Danding Committee of the City Council on laying out new streets, will meet to luar the par ties and view the proposed wav on the 5th day ot May. 1864, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, at Coo gross Street, opposite the Arsenal, aud will then aud there firoceed to determine aud ad fudge whether the pub ic convenience requires said street or way to be laid out. Given under our hands on this 27th cay of April, a r» iM*u JACOB McLKLI.AH STEVENS SMITH, WM H. STUART, JNO l) SNOWMAN, r K LADD. WM. G. SOULE. Ar|ai and Courier oopjr Committee on • Luviujr out Sew Street*. »pr!7 3w

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