Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, May 6, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated May 6, 1864 Page 4
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POETRY. The Telescope ol Tears. IIY aiOftOB tt\ UCffUAY When little Mery upoke ami milled, And gave me her loft hand aglow, 1 thought of Kitty, my own sweet child, 1 buried under a shroud of snow Wlun tho wind was moaning high, And the fUkea were failing last, And the unpitying sky With clouds was oveicaat. It was a sad, sad day to me The eolemii *ud, x eiltd in the tkic*. Would not he seen; and would not ste The tears that fell from mortal e> et. We walked with shell t feet Te lay her in the ground, While the white winding sheet Wrapped all the hills around. O how tho'wind* did sigh and sigh! Tttcy tucked the snow about her hod. And shaped a shaft from snow drit s nigh, Engraved with angel wings outspread. I mourned, but cheerful Hope Pointed to Heaven and smiled. Through sorrow’s tel* scope Of tears, I saw my child. HUMOROUS. A McSTA.HH PoL’I.TlCK AND ITS COXNF.- j (JCKNCKS.—The following story which we do I not remember to have seen in print, is now circulating on’Change. It may be old, tint ii received as new and true. At a famous watering place, within the memory of man, a gentleman was severely afflicted with a pain in the stomach, which neither gin cocktails nor other cordials could remove. It was night and he was In bed. liis loving wife, unwil ling to wake tbe d meslic*, descended to Hie kitchen, and prepared a mustard poultice, which she spread on her own handkerchief, and proceeded with it to her distressed lord. Before leaving him, she left a light dimly burning iu his apartment; but deeply im preased with anxiety, she was not as careful as she might have been iu noting the number of her room. Guided by a light which she saw shining in a chamber, and which she supposed was the one she had left, she entered and gently rais ing the bed clothes. Ac., laid the warm poul tice upon a stomach, but not the stomach ol her lord. “Hallo there! What the - are you about?” shouted a voice of thunder, and the body and sleeves, whence it issued, sprang out of bed. . The lady screamed aud ran; her husband rusbed to tbe rescue from the next room, tbe waiters joined and a small scene ensued, much to the amusement of all concerned. The poulticed gentleman had indiscreetly left a light in his room, aud this lured the lady irom her path. a<ir ouioana was so amused and excited by the mistake that he <|ulte forgot his pnius. hut with his wile and trunks, left for parts unknown. The poulticed-inan still retains the handkerchief—a beautiful cambric—with the lady’s name on it, which he considers of rare value.—Traveller. Hottentot Anecdote.—“A Dutchman was walking by himself, and saw a Snake lying under a large stone. The Snake im plored his help; but when she had become free, she said, ‘Now I shall eat you.’ The Man answered and said, ‘that is not right. Let us first go to the Hare.’ When the Hare had heard the affair, he ■aid, ‘It is right.’ ‘No.’ said the Man, ‘let us ask the Hyena.' The Hyena declared the same, raying, ‘It is right.’ ’Now let us at last ask the Jackal,' raid the Man in his despair. The Jackal answered very slowly and con siderately, doubting the whole affair, and de manded to see first the place, and whether the Man was able to lilt the stone. The Snake lay down, and the Man. to prove the truth of his account, pnt the stone again over her. When she was fast the Jackal said, ‘Now let her lie there.’ ” County of Cumbprlaiid. Tukahcrkk's Orric*. April ISM. STATEMENT ot Costs of Criminal Prosecutions, allowed by the .Supreme Judicial Court, ut the March term, A. 1) ly,i uindciu conformity aithtlie requirement, of an set ol the Legislature ot Maine, entitled "An Act relating to Fines and Costs ol Crim inal Prosecutions," uppioved March XTIIi, 1 N> £ X, o ■ O jail E • -x *•= C-O C — « r- - • Cn ola ^ o Prosecutions. p-'1 fr . -- 5 £o £« General Bill *31 61 State r». Alexander Foss 4 28 8. J. Court. SJC. Nehemiah C. Kice 4 40 . •* “ Kbeu IVndexter 4 28 “ 44 George Hall 4 28 " •• .lame* No wlau 4 40 44 44 Jame* June* k George Fike 4 28 Mun Court 44 Frederick M. Libby 4 #8 8. J. Court. Certain intoxicating li quor* claimed by J. M. Abbott 4 40 Muu Court. 44 Jas. Bradley, Jr., appt. 4 40 •* 44 Richard K. Duddy 4 40 44 44 Isaac Steven* 4 40 8 J. Court. 44 Arthur I,aiif 4 40 44 Loriug Josnlyu 4 28 Mun. Court. *4 Same 4 2M *• 4 Tboa. Castletoh, alia* Cbarle* .Smith 1 lu s. J. Court. 44 ▲lmon L, Emery 4 4o 44 4 SauiH 4 40 44 44 Henry Haskell Jr Sami. Loriug 4 28 Muu. Court. 44 Jame* Devine 4 4o 4 4 4 4 Ira W. Clark 4 40 44 same 4 40 44 44 George li. Leavitt 4 28 4 4 44 Thomas Newcomb 16 l*4 S. J. Court. 44 Karnwill J. Carter and Greenleaf Chute 1 10 Mun. Court. 44 Feabody Knet-laud 4 40 S J. Court. 44 William Henry 14 93 Mun. Court. 44 Same 0 44 44 44 Michael Doran et al* 29 22 44 44 Cbarie* E Neal et al* 18 84 44 44 David Butman 22 61 44 • 44 Same 7 02 44 44 Lorenzo 8. Twomblv 10 44 8. J. Court. 44 William Duddy 20 6 3 4 4 44 David Brown, A 44 8] 44 •• Marne, B 7 65 44 44 Same, C 7 66 “ 44 James Hall 7 66 44 44 Same* 47 44 44 44 William J Harmon 46 97 44 44 Same 7 66 44 44 Feabody Knorland 7 66 44 44 Same 67 20 44 44 John Kennison 17 14 Muu. Court. 44 Margaret Wallace 67 21 •* 44 Samuel H. Doteu 1298 8. J. Court. 44 Francis O. J. Smith 9 95 “ 44 Ira W. Clark 1319 Ricbd K.Cummin#*, appt 8 4o •• 44 Geo. W. 8t. John, appt 6 65 Mun Court. 44 Columbus H. T. Beau 27 16 Trial Justice. 44 Charles F. Fowler, 7 73 Muu. Court. 44 THOMAS 11 MEAD, Count) TTeasurer. Portland, April 12,1864. apl8 dlaw AwSwlS HOUSES AHD LOTS FOE SALE. + BITCATHD Oil Franklin* Aldrii, Wa*biiigton, .Mouiical, Fox and Sumner Street*. PRICES FROM §1,000 TO §2,300. Terms liberal to salt the purchaser. Enquire of JELBR1DQE Q1RBT, ap23 dlw eodtf No. 69 High Street. To I null old 4* r* mid V Actuate! *. AN adjourn* d meeting of the Licencing Hi aid of the City of Portland will be hi hi at the Al dermen’s Room *-o Monday, the sixteenth dav of May Inst., at three o'clock in the af « moon, to con sider any application* that may be made lor Inn holders or Victualers’ Licences’lor the current \c»r. As this will be the la*t meeting of the ll.»ard for this year, all persons Interested will govern them* salves accordingly. Pei order, J M HEATH, City Clerk. Portland, May 8,1864. iua\ 4 dtd Portland Shovel lUanutai'lui inn Company. THE annual meeting of the stockholders wl'l be held at the office of the Company, lleacn Street, on Monday. May 9th, 1864,at 8 o'clo.k IV II, For the choice of Directors for the ensuirg )eur. To determ ue upon au increase of the capital stock. For the transaction of any other business that mar legally ooine before tbe meeting. ap80 N. O. CRAM, Treasurer. Ealing Saloon for Saif. f|THE subscriber offer* for sale the Eating House X No. 14 A 16 Exchange Street, thoroughly titled up throughout for a firtt clast Eating House, w ith aufficieut rooms in the lecond story for a family. This house, from its favorable locality, ha* a large patronage and a good run of regular custom. 1 lie •uhscriber is compelled by ill health to offer the stand, together with all the furniture, fixtures, etc., as it now stands, for sale on reasonable terms G. L. WE LANDER, ap26dtf 14 & 16 Exchange Street. Evergreen Cemetery. THE Superintendent of Evergreen Cemetery will be at his office, in New City Bui ding, entrance on Mvrtle Street, from 12 o'clock M. to 3 o'clock p. M , every day, except Sundays, to attend to any calls In connection with said Cemetery. Orders inay be left at the office at any time *p26dti H. C. BABB, Superintendent. FOR SALE & TO LET. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALK. Good Location for a Hotel. That valuable and centrally located House ami Lot, No. 31 India street, for so many t|j years owned and occupied by General bamu el Fessenden, is offered lor sale. The Lot Is 70 feet on India street, extending back 171 feet—containing nearty 12 UOOlcet of laud. 1 he House is three stoned, is in good repair, and con tains fifteen rooms, besides many clotets and other conveniences; has gas fixtures throughout ; it also has a large flow ol PUKE AglEDLCT WATER, which is very desirable; also a large Wood llou<»6 and barn. This a good piece of property upon which to make improvements It may be fitted for a hi US 7 CLASS HOARDING UOUSK, or a SKCOND class norkl. 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 with profit to any me chanic or other person having means, b) the ereo tiou of Tenements, its large depth affording ample space lor a block of eight or ten buildings. For further particulars inquire of WM U. JERRIB, Argus Office Portland. Dec. 8. 1803. decll MWFtf Farm lor Sale. IN Cape Elizabeth. 2$ miles from Portland bridge, about 100 acies of well proportioned mowing tillage f'asture, wood and t mber. About WOO cords hard and so:t wood. Cuts40 toes Lay, barn most new, 88 by 00. l.umbir tor ]$ Story house —on the direct road to Portland, extending 50 rods back, well located to cut into ten acre lots, and will be if requested. Fences stone wall mostly new. l*iice F76 per acre, 25 per cent cash; balance can remain a number of years secured by mortgage. For par ticulars enquire of SCUlT DYER. mcn30 d4ni Valuable Kcitl Ektnb: for fealo. ONE mile from Portland bridge, on the direct road tu ilie Ocean House. About Eight Anns of good land—a Cottage Home containing ten fin ished rooms, good stable and out-buildings nearly new and in good repair. Y wo gooai wells of water, ^ueof which uever tails, and wid work as well as rain water. For particulars call on Samuel A True, Nos 4 a ud 5 Union Wharf, or at filestore of Nathan iel Croyfcett. No. 351, Congress Bt. Portland April 2d, 18-4. apr20d3w House For Sn!<*. fllllE two Story House, No. 149 Congress Street, JL containing ten rooms with plenty of Closet room and wood bouse, good cellar, with lurnac*- hard und soft water. The lot is twenty eight feet on Congress Street, by one hundred and thirty feet d-ep has a good small garden spot. The house will accommidate two small families. For terms en quire of C. T. DILLINGHAM, on the premises. apr2eodtmayfi l or *ale. A SQUARE block of land, of about 73000 acres 2jl of wood laud, ou the south side of the river St. Lawmnce, in Canada East It is interceded by two considerable rivers with eligible Mill tits. Well wooded with every description of timber, such as bine and spruce in large quantities, and maple, berch. beech, tamarac and bass wo'Hl tc.any amount. Enquire of U.T. MACH IN, Portland. Portland, Feb 1834. feb26oodtf Mount- lor Nai(>. Vthreestory dwelling house with brick ba.sem**nt, situated on the corner of Monument and bar ren streets; has twelve finished rooms, and is well calculated for one or two families. For terms ap ply to Edward Shaw, at the office of the Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 102 Middle Street, orto N. F. DEEKING. mchl&dtf No. 8 Exchange St. For Solo or to Let. - CLIFF COTTAGE, containing over 20 looms,large t«tablo and sheds—situated two and one-half miles from Portland, and the finest situation in Cape Elizabeth for a wa _ tering place, and summer hoarders. For p trucuiart enquire of GEO. OWKN, ap7 dtf 21 Wlltar Street. Portland House and Land for THE northerly home in the three-s'ory Brick Block, (No 10) Myrt e streo4, recently occupi ed by lle\. Win B Clark. Immediate possession five a Wi.l b* sold at a bargain it applied for soon, or terms, Ac., inquire of JOHN C. PLOCJ Eli, apr20 tf Lime Street. Sale a Ktoom (o Lei. A spacious and do- irable Sales Boom to let on Hie second floor in the new EVANS BUILDING, on Middle St., if applied for immediately. WAKEEN 8PAKBOW, mch&dtf No. 74 Middle St., cor. Exchange. To Let. fill!E pleasant and commodious office (with unto J. room) on second floor, over office of the Ocean It surance Company, corner of Exchange and Milk Street - Possession given immediately Enquire at office of OCEAN INSURANCE CO aplltf For Snlc. IHE TWO STORY HOUSE on Sumuer lejj* Street, No. 13. containing fourteen finished ii j-A and Closet room, calculated for two lambics. terms easy. Inquire of s. N GODING, No. 22 St. La ^ ret ce street. ap27-a2w * For fcal<k. V small stock of firoectindu Mure corner Casco and Congress streets. Also the lease of the •tore Possession given immediately. Enquire on the premises. Portland. April 25, 1361. tf To Let, 1B1K rooms over the store of the subscriber.oorner . oi Fort and Exchange street#, now occupied by Stephen Berry as a printing office. Possession given 1st of Jauuary. Apply to d-*c29 dtf BLN J. FOGG For Sale. STOCK and Fixtures of the Albion Re>torant. I 117 F«-d*-r». sin-* t. i i <-! b« h le the 2 th of Mav, will bo closed on and after that date. max3d2w G- B. MILLER for Salt-. VS loop Yacht, about 7 tons burthen, one year old, well louud in sails, tackl'iig, A c. Apply to Deytio A Dyer, head Brown's Wharf, Commercial street. I'-mtliaif April 19, 1801. aprl9d8wr# For Sale. A T ao Story Brick II<*u»o No.2b, Spring Street. i\ Inquire at No. 113, Couinn rciai St. Portland, April 80,18€4. apr30d3w* To Let. OTOKK now ooonpied by us. Possession given O immediately. Also, a Front Office in Hanson Block. lanH dtf If. J. LIB BE V A CO. For Sale. ONE Express Wagon, nearly new, can be used for one or two ilora-s, it has Polo and Shafts complete. For price Ac., call at No.4 Free Street Portland. apr 1 eodtf To Let. ONE STORE in Galt's Block Apply to U T. MACHIN, ap22 dtf ORDNANCE OFFICE, War Department Washington, May 1 1W4. Sealed Proposal# will be received at this office until MoNDa V, ft «• 23d day of May. 1»G4. for the delivery at the folio*iug ar-enals, Cavalry Accout rements. United state- ( avairy pattern, as herein after spec i tied. At tne New York Arsenal. 2a,000 set*. At tlie ht. Louis Arreual, a,000 get*. At the Frauktorf Arsenal. 10.000 se*s. At the Alleghany Arsenal, 10,000 aet*. These Accoutrement* are to he made iu -*rict con formity with the regulation pattern, wlneh ran be get u at tLe above burned places. Each set i» to con sist of one sabi c-be:t and plate complete; one Car bine-sling with swivel complete; one sabre-knot; one cirbiue-cartiidge-box; one pistol cartridge-box or pouch; one Lelt-uostler for Army-size revolver, ana out* cip-i*ouch with cone pick. All ol which are to be mad* of the be t material- and workman ship. The sabre-belt, sabre-knot, and carbine-ding are to be of HUFF LEAl'uKK HI. AC RED. and the cartridge-boxes, In-It-hol-ter. and cap-pouch of PURE OAK-1 ANNED LEA I'll EK. It is to be distinctly understood that this Depart ment is to have the privilege of iu*pectiug the work done under any cuuiract it may award, in all stages of it* progress; especially to examine the stock be fore cutting. They arc to be subject to the fiual in spection at the Ar&eual wlit-ic delivered,before being received by the Government. None Hre to be accept ed or paid for but such as arc approved upon inspec tion L Deliveries mu-t be made in lot-not less than onc teuth 110th) per week of tbe whole number con tracted fur . tue first delivery to be made on the 20th day of June. failure to make de iveries at a specified time w II subject the contractor to a forfeiture of the number he may fill to deliver at that time. The Accoutrements must be boxed iu the usual manner; the boxes to b* charged cost, to be deter mined by the inspector. Bidder# will *tate explicitly the Arsenal or Arse nals where they propose to deliver, aud ihe number of sets they piopo-e to deliver at each place, if for more than one. No bid- will be considered from parties ether than regular manufacturer*, a t d such as are known to tin- Department to be fully competent to execute in their own shop* the work proposed for. Should auv party obtaining a contract,off r Accoutrements othrr than thoro mad* iu IPs own shops, iliey will be rcj«*cted, aiu| the coutract rendered null ana void. Bidders will cuclone with their bids, the written acknowledgement* of their sureties, over their own signatures Each party obtaining a contract will be obliged to enter in.o bond withapproved sureties for it* faith ful execution Upon the aw ard being made, 4u6ce**fu) bidder* will be notified and fuini-hcd with forms of contract and bonus. The Department reserve- the right to reject auy or all bids if not deemed satisfactory. I’roposal* will be addressed to' "BRIGADIER GENE1ML GEORGE D. KAMSAY. ( hiefof Ord nancca, Washington. D. 0.," endorsed ' I’roposal* for Uavairy A coutremeiif* ” GEORGE D RAMSAY, Brigadier General, Chief ofOrduauce. May 3 tod to Mar 2-3 CITY NOTICES. CITY OF I'OKTI. VN l>. \\r I1EBK 48 M K. Walker and otheis, have pe* v? titlethe City Council to lav out a taw Street or Public Way in said city, 1* ginning at ('ongreaa street and i arming np to the back live of Hi • Arsenal Ground, and vvlierea» said petition w as re errod hy the vity ( ounci), Teb. Hib, 1864. and la ken from tut IHoh March 2l»t, l*'.l,uiid rtlerr*d tot lie uudersigmd, lor thuu to coin-iuer and act upon, therefore. N vice is hereby given to all parties interested, that the Joint Si&uding Committee of the City ( ouucil on laying out new streets, will meet to hear the pai ties and view the proposed way on the 6th day ot May, 1864, at l o’cloca in the afternoon, at Congress Street, opposite the Arsenal, and will then ami there proceed to determine and adjudge whether the pub lic •• invtnienco requires said street or way to be laid out. * Given under our hands on this *27th day of April, A. 1) . 1864. JACOB McLELLAN | rN,K LASDU."“AN’ WM.’g. SOULE. apt27 3w City wl I'orlljiml, WHEREAS. Benj. Half y and otlitrs have peti tioned the City Coulci to lay out a new Street or Public Way in said city,—beginning at the Wes tern terminus of Lincoln street, running tlnough to Preble Street, and to be a continuation of Lincoln stieet, and wh'-r<*a* said petition was referred by tlie City Council, Nov. 6, 1883, and taken from the files, March2lst. 1864, and referred to the undersign'd, for them to consider ai d set upon, theiofore. Notice is hereby given to all parlies interested, that the Joint Standing CominiHicof the City l ouu cil oq lay ing out new streets, will meet to hear the parlies and view the proposed way on the 5th day of May, 1864. at 2.91 o’clock in the afiernoon. at the western terminus of Lincoln Stree*, and will then and there proceed to determine and adjudge wheth er the public convenience requires said street or way to be laid out Given under our hands on this 27th day of April, AD 1864. JACOB McLELLAN, j STEVENS SMITH. I,, W. II. .sn.WAin. Kommiltoe on •ISO. D SNOWMAN. 1 C. K.LADD. I New Streets. Wm. G. HOULE J Portland, April 28, IH64. apr27 3w CITV OF PORTLAND. TIIE committee on .Nighways Ac., will receive sealed proposals for furnishing ten thousand tons Sea Island paving stot es during the months of May Juno and July—equal quantities each month The parties proposing will please tate w hat portion of said siones—if less than the whole amount—tiny will furnish as above. Proposals wM be received until June 3d, 1864. The committee reserve the right to reject any or all proposals tot dot nit d fir l he in terest of the city. Per ordeg. J. E. DONNELL. Chairman. April 19th. 1864. ap2T» d A wtd FIT! OF POliTLAKD. 1VTIIEKEAS an Order p;fl»td the City Council f ? May 31. 1864 to lav out a uew Street or l’ub , lie Way in said City,—beginning at the southerly line of Canal street, and continuing on the line of Portlaud Bridge to low water mark, “to be a widen ing of Portland Bridge,”—and whereas said order was referred by the City Council, May 2, 186*. to the undersigned, for them to consider and act upon, therefore. Notice is hereby given to all parties interested, that the Joint standing Commit lea of the City Coun cil on laying out new streets, will meet to hear the parties and view the proposed way on the 12th day of Mav, 1844, at 2.33 o'clock in the afternoon, at the line of Canal Street and Portland Bridge.and will then and there proceed to determine and adjudge whether the public convenience requires said street or way to be la d out. Given under onr hands on this 3d day of May, A. D 1864. JACOB McLELLAN, 1 STEVENS SMITH. | WM II. STEWART. Committee on JNO l> SNOWMAN, r I**1'!* oul CTRL'S K. LADD, ^ew Streets. Wm G. SOULE. Portland, May 6, 18'-4. dtd C1TI OF POKTFAftD. I1TUKREAS, an onl r parsed the City Council “ May 2d, 18 4. to lay cut a continuation ot Washington St-eet from its present terminus over the location of Tukey s Bridge to low water mark, and w hereas said order was r. ferrtd by the City Council. May 2. 1864. to the undersigned, k r them to coi-sider and act upon, therefore. Notice is hereby given to all pirties interested,that the Joint Standing Committee of the city Council on laying out new stree s, will meet to hear the par ties and view tho proi osed way on the 12th day of May, 1864, at f» 80 o’clock in the afternoon, at the teriuiuus of Washington Street, and will then am] there proceed to deU rmine and aatudgr whether the public convenience requires laid stmt or way to be laid Out. Given uuder our hands on this 3d day of Mat. A. D 1864. JACOB McLELLAN, | STEVENS SMITH. | ... WM. II. STEWART, lOwntuiltce on JNO. 1» SNOWMAN, l *-*•'£* °.ut I'VRUS K. I.ADD, 1 J,c" *><roeU. W« U SOCEK, ) Portland, May 6, 1861 <jtd CITV OF PORTLAND. U7IIERKA8 an order passed the Citv Council May 2d, 1K64. to lay out and extend Dan forth Street from its present terminus over the h cation of Vaughn's Bridge, southerly, to low water mirk, and whereas said order was refjrnd by tbe City Council, May 2d, 1H64, to the undersigned, lor them to consider and act upon, therefore. Notice ia hereby given «o all pirtirs Interested, that the Joint Standing Committee of t ho City Coun cil on laying out new streets, will meet to hoir the parties and view the propcstd w ay on the 12th day of May. 1864. at 3.80o'clock in the afternoon, at the southerly terminus of Danforth Street, and will then and there proceed to determine and adjudge whether the public convenience requires said street or w.y to be laid out. Given uuder our hands on this 3d day of May. A. D 1864. JACOB McLELLAN, STEVENS SMI I il. ~ W M H. STEW A RT. I Committee on JNO. D. SNOWMAN, La\ing out C K. LADD, Nl" 8trcet# WM G. HOULE, Portlaud, Mav 3,1804. dtd OTV OF POK I LAND. VV^HEHEAS, an order passed the City Council, vv May 2d. 1364. to lay out and extend Gieeti Street from its present termiuu* over Deering’s Bridge to the northwesterly line of the City of Port laud, and whereas said order was referred by the City Couucil, May 2d, 1864, to the tinderciguid. for them to consider and act upon, therefore. Notice is hereby given to ail par>ie> int< rested, that tlw Joint Standing Committee of the Citv Council, on laying out new Streets, will meet to hear the par ties and view the proposed wav on the 12th day of May, 1.814, at 4 80 o’clock in the afternoon, ai the I terminus of Green Street, and will then and there proceed to determine and adjudge whether the pub lic convenience requ*r s said street or wav to be laid out. Giveu under our hands on this 3d day of Mav, A D. 1864. JACOB Me LEI.LAN, STEVENS SMITH | ,, WM II STEWART. ! Committee on JNO D SNOWMAN, f ®“! C K I ADD. ' *• *’btr#ct». WM <» SOCLE. Portland, May 6, 1864. dtd till Wl roll I I.A11I. In Board ok Mayob and Aldkkme*, \ Mav 2, 1864. J ON the petition of c. A. hjnnell. for permission to erect and use a Stationary t train Engine iu the build ng No. 118 Fore Street :* Ordered, That Monday the sixteenth day of May inst , at 7J o’clock, r. 31., at the Aldermen’s room, be assigned a- tin* time and place for the considera tion of said petition; and that said petitioner give notice thereof by publishing this order in one of the daily papers of the city four times, the tirst publica tion to be at least fourteen days beforehand, that all persons interested mav appear and be heard thereon. Attest: J 31. HEATH, City < lerk Cony, Attest: J M. HEATH. City Clerk. may4 dtd Ordinance Against Dogs. City <»k Portland, Marshal'* Office, l • May 2d, 1861. | Sec tion 1.—No dog shall be p«*imitt«- i to go at large or loose iu any street lane, alley, evurt or trav eled w ay. or in auy uuiodosed c r public pUce in this city, until the owner or keeper of such dog, or the head o» the family, or the keeper of the home store, shop, office, or oth> r place where .-uchdog is kept or harbored, shall have paid the City two dollars lor a licese lor such dog to go at large. 8ec. 7 —In case any dog shall he found loose or going at large, contrary to any of the f< regoing provisions, Mm owner or keeper thereof, or tin* head of the family or keeper of the house, store, cilice. or other p ace w here such dog is k< }*t or hai bored.shall Jorfeit and pay a sum not exceeding ten dollars. maOd'Jiu JOHN' 8. IIEAL.D, City Marshal. — To Rail Rroatl ( outran torts. rililK Portland and Reunite; Rail Road Company I will rectivc proposals until the tenth of this month, tor grading that portion of their road which tea hotwecu Congress street, iu Portland, and the intersection of the York and Cumberland Railroad, north of the "Haley House," on the Doering Estate, in Westbrook. Also, for a Stoue Culvert over During Mill Pond, and other masonry, on the line of the road to be graded. Also, for the Construction of a Sea-wall from the easterly aide of t'ortiand Bridge, on or near tho Commissioner's line of Pori laud harbor to tin* whai l ot the Portland c.a.- < o. Also, for tilling the dock inclosi d by said sea-wall, and their Deyot <«rounds In Portland! Proposals tor the vvhole or auy part of said work will he couaide ed; tl«> Company reserving tho right ta i ccept any |mrtiou of such proposal, as it may deciu expedient. 81 me iff cations of the work mav he seen at the office of the Kngiueer, near the iiaa Works. C. J. N03 I S. Knriueor of the P. k lv K. i; Co, Portland. May 3d, 1864. dto3Ia> 10 Tt'iiiiscoiln Pine I.himI Co. 11HE annual meeting ot this Company will he held at the Preble House, on Wednesday, May 11th, 1864. at 4 o'clock P. M . for the choice of otHoers, and auy other business legally coming be fore the raeetiug N. O. CRAM, Treagurer. way 2 td RAILROADS. rum i.AM* .Oil KCNMKilKI K. R. SPRING i .'iUAIMER AUHANG1-.MESr, Commencing Monday, Apnl 25, J864 T.'ZZI£C3j55"^ ra«8« pgrr trains leaveSkowhegan fur 1 '°rt ami and boston, at S 4 < A M , An gu»a,li.n, A M aud Hath IJ 10 1*. M Au»i>ta lor Portland and Boston at f» 80 A, w ; Bath 6 So A Portl.tnd for Bar h. AujiuMa. Water*ill©,KeudalPs Mills and Bkow began, at l.H) P. M. Portland for Bath and Augusta 8 1ft P M. Passe ugers for *tationson the Androscoggin Rail road will chaiibecar* »t Brunswick. i he 1 10 P M. train f om Portland connects at Kendan s Mills with Memo Central Railroad lor Bangor, Ac , arriving same evening. Him- leave Ba h for Rockland at 9 A. M. and 3 Stages leave Augmta 'or Belfast at 4 P. M. Stages leave Skowlu-gan at G 10 P. M for Anson, Solon,Ac. Through Tickets f-.»r a!l the station* on this and the Androscoggin Railroad, can be procurred in Boston at the Eastern or Boston and Msice stations. B. U. CUSHMAN, Superintendent April 18, 1864. ap23tf lork Ac C'uuiLpitiind liitiiroii i. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. T-yirt*YMPrjj Oa and after MONDAY, April f1th., 1HG4. trains w ill leave as follows, until iurther nonce: ^ J, *^aco River lor Poitlard a? 6 46 (Freight Train with Passenger Cars) aud 9 16 a. m , and 3 30 r m. Leave Portland tor Saco River, 7.46 a. m and 2.00 and 6,20 r. m. The 2 (k* v m. train out, and o 45 a m. train into Portland, will be freight trains with passenger cars attached stag« s connect at Baccarappa daily for South YVinanam, Windham Cent* r aud Great Falls. At Gorham for West Gorham, St indish. Steep Falls, Baidw in. Sebago, ldidglon, Hiram, Liming* ton, Cornish, Denmark, Brownfield. Level. Frvo burg, Con way, Bartlett, Albany? Jackson and Ea ton, N. 11. At Buxton Center for West Buxlou, Bonney Ea gle, South l.irningtoti. Liroingtou and Limerick At Saco Kiver tri weekly, for lloitis, Limetick, Ossipee, Newileld, Parsons field, l.llngiatn, free dom. Madison, » atcu. t oru-sh, Porter, A c Fares 6 cents less when tickets are purchased in the Office, than when i aid in the ( ar*. DAN. CARPENTER, Supt. Portland April 7,18t4. dtf nilNE CENTRAL KilLUOAD. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. rvBncfan Trains leave Pcrtland, Grand Irunk Station, for Lewiston and Auburn, at 7.40 a. M. For Bangor and intermediate stations at 1.10 r u. RETURN ING—leave Lewiston at 6.20 a. m., and arrive in Portland at 8.30 a. m. Leave Bang *r at 7.26 a. m , and arrive In Portland at 2 00 p m Both these trains connect at Portland with trains for Boston. Freight train leaves Portland at 8 a. m., and re turning is due in Portland at 1 r. m. Mages connect with trains at principal stations, daily for most of the towut North and East oi this line. C M. MURBE.Sup’t. Waterville, November, 1862. deol4 OIUND TKUNli KAILWAV Of Cunada. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. nMMMT On and after Monday. Nov. 9, 1S63, trains will ruu daily, (Sundays except •d) until ftirthor notice, as follow'!* Up Train** Leave Portland for South Pails at 7.40 a. m Kor Island Poud at 1.10 r. u. Down Train** Leave Island Pond for Portland, at 6 a. a. Leave South Pari* for Portland at 5.46 a. m The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding *60 in value, and that per sonal, unli-KD notice i* given, aud paid lor at the rate of one passenger lor every S500 additional value. C. J. MltYDGES, Managing Director. II. BA I LEV, Superintendent. Nov. 4, 1*63. nov6 POUT!.AN D, s \< 04 PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. S V M M K n A nil A S O KM P X TS Commencing Aj ril 11th, 1HC4. -SHSF Paeaenger Train* w ill leave the 8ta tion, Canal street, daily, (Sundays ex cepted an follow*: Leave Portland for Boston, at 8 46 A. m and 3.(0 r. m. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.30 a m. and 3.(0 r. m. Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.00 A. u. and 6.8) r. m. These train* will take and leave passengers at way stations. Freight trains leave Portland aud Boston dally. FRANCIS CIIASK, Superiut<ud» r.t. Portland. Oct. 30.1868. oc31 edtf STEAMBOATS* International Steamship Company. Easfport, Calais A St. John. two Tine* era wt,i:k. On and after Monday, March 28, the superior rt a going Meamer NEW BRUNSWICK, t apt F IE Winchester, will leave Railroad Wharf, toot 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 Fast port aud St. John, N. B . connecting at e t John with steamer Emperor for Dig by, Wiudsoraud Halifax, aud with the E. A K. A. Railroad lor 6be diac aud all way ftations. Returning, wi'i leave St John every Hoc day and Thursday a* 8 o’clock AM, for Kastport, Portland ami Boston. Stair* couehe* connect with steamer at Kastport for Machla*. Freight for Calais will be forw arded bv (ailing ves sels for the preseut. Through tickets procured of the Agents aud Clerk on board Steamers. Freight received till 4 o'clock P. M , Mondays aud Thursdays. me!.: ( c. KATUN. A Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. CAKKYIKU TIIE CANADIAN ft U.8 MAILS. Paisengcr* Booked to Londonderry, Glasgow and Liverpool. RRTURS TICKETS C.HASTED AT REDUCED RA ms. The steam-hip Danja-cua, Capt. Gra ham. will sail from this port tor Liver pool on 8 ATI KDAY, May 7tb, itnmt _diately.after the arrival of the Traiu of the previous dav from Montreal. Passage to Londonderry, Glasgow aud Liverpool —Cabin according to accommodation) $0»ito$80; Steerage, $80. Payable in gold or its equivalent. To bo succeeded by the steamship Belgian f'r m Quebec on the 14th May. For Frei <ht or Passage apply to „ 11. A A. ALLAN, No. 6 Grand Trank Railroad Pas*cngct Depot Porflaud and Boston Liur. THE STEAMERS Forest City, Lewiston and Montreal Will, until further notico, run at follows : Leave Atlantic Wharf, Portland, every Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, at 7 o'clock P. \l.. aud India Wharf, Boston, every Monday, Tueadav, Wednesday, Thursday and Fiidav, at 6 o clock P. M. Fare in Cabin.81.60 ** on Deck. 126 Freight taken as usual. The Company.*™ not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding $60 in value, and that person al. unless notice is given atui paid lor at the rate ot one | a?*engtr for every $600 additional value. Feb. 18, 1833 dtf L. BILLINGS. Agent. Portland hiu! New lork Steamer* S EM I W EEKLY L INK. The splondid aud fast Steamship* “LOCUST POINT,*' Capt. Wiliht, and "POTOMAC," Captain Suku wood, will,until further notice, mn as follows Leave Browns Wharf, Portland, every WEDNES DAY, and SATURDAY, at 4 P. M aud lea\o Pier • North River, New York, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 3 o'clock. P. M Those vessel? are fitted up with flue accommodations for passengers, making this the most speedy, safe and comfortable route for travellers between New York and Maine. Passage $7,00, including Fare and State Rooms. Goods forwarded by this line to and Horn Montreal Queboo, Bangor, Hath, Augusta, Lamport and St John Shippers ire req nested to send their freight to the steamer* asearly as 3 P. M., ou the day that thep leave Portland. For freight or passage apply to EM FRY A FOX. Brown's Wharf, Portland. H. B. CROMWELL A CO , No. 86 West Street. New Y ork Deo. 6.1532. dtf For ('oiifchn, ('old* stud < on-um |> lion. fllllE Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam is the most X highly approved medicine ever discovered. It hat itoo<i the best qf all tests. Time, having had an unprecedented sale of nearly forty y ars It is recommended by our best physicians, our most emi nent a11 - ns !( .• Press, the FV I la tact ’ all whokn.»wit. For certificate*, which can be given to almost any extent. s« c wrappers to each bottle. The proprietors will chcerfallv refund the money if not ent rely satisfactory. Price 60 cents and 1$ : the large bottles much tbo cheapest. He careful to yet the ijenuine, which is prepared only by REED, CUT* TER A CO., Wholesale Druggists, Boston. Sold in Portland by dealers generally. H. U HAY, Druggist, corner Middle and Free streets, Wholesale Agent. deo8 lad Cm INSURANCE. Dirigo Insurance Company of rug (in of roit ri.Atfij. Ollier An. tlB i:V4'li;in^4> street. Capital $200,000 FI1UIH Company is bow prepared to b«ue policies I on all kind?* of prjperty irisuiable against lire, at cuirent rates. A K SUCkTLKK, President. JEREMIAH DOW, Secretary. IJIKKC70US •*. !*• Brown, E. S Fprinir, D. W. Clark, J. 1». Carroll, John L>nch, II. I Kobiuion. St. John Smith. II. M. l'ayson, r. If. Haskell, Andrew Spring, X. o. Cram, 1‘hilip 11. Brown, II. N. Jure, Jerc. Dow, (i. W Woodman, 11 J Libby, Robinson, J. N. Winslow, h. C. ( base, Alvah Conaiit. Win. Moulton. Portland, May 4,1834. maySdtf STATEMENT OF THE -f'ltna EiiMuraiU'c Company, OF HARTFORD. CONN., On the 1st day ot November. A. D. 1863, as required by the Laws of the State of Maine. The Capita] Stock Is.91.600.000 and with the surplus is invested as follows : Beal estate, unincumbered, 937,963 18 Cash in hand, ou deposit, and in agents' hands, 210,950 66 United States Stocks, 612,817 60 State and City Stocks, and Town Bonds, 669.460 00 Bank and Trust Company Stocks, 1,047,270 (JO Mortgage Bonds, 331,9*0 00 Atlantic Mutual Ins. Co's scrip, 1962-3, 15,886 60 Total Assets, »3,02^879 74 Amount of Liabilities for Losses not due or adjusted, 9175.411 84 Amount at risk, estimated-, 115,616.479 Of THUS. A. ALEXANDER, President. Lucius J. Haupkk, Secretary. Hartford, A or. 7, 1863. J. C. CHURCHILL, Agent, Nfo. 4 Iron Block, Portland Pier. dec5 dtf American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY! OF NEW YORK. Otipiial iFLJOO.OOO, Building*. Ilona#- i hold F’u. nilurr. Kmc. Ix-.iara, Vea ucl* on the Stork*, and other Per «onnl Property ut tne l,ow> cat rrtea. SAMIEL BROWN, President. WILLIAM RAY'NOR, Seorotar. EDWARD SUAW Agent, 103 Middle Btceet. I oofiT lycod PARTICIPATION. Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company. This Company will issue Police* to be free after tha payment ol six, eight or ten Premium* at the option of the iusurod and at rate* a* low a* any other Company. Thu issue of Free Policies render* it at the least equal if not superior to the participation companies. No. 103 Middle St. CI1ARLKS HOLDEN. Prea. FI) WARD SllAVV. Sec. Feb 1ft d% w tf MAINE INSURANCE COT Aagiistn, >1 nine. flltiK Maine Insurance Company insure against JL loss or damage by Fire, lluiidiug*. M.rchau d ze and Furniture, on terms an favorable a* it can be done br any solvent Company. Policies issued for One, Three, or Five years. J. L. CUTLEB, President. J. H. WILLIAMS.Secretary. EDWARD SHAW'-Agent. No. 102 Middle Street. ool3eodlv VERN ATELLA. A MH I.V DI-MOVERKD ARTICLE FOR TBK ! SOLES OF BOOTS AND SHOES’ VERNATELLA. WARRANTED TO MAKE Til* M W A T tit-TROOP, AND WKAB ONE-THIRD VERNATELLA. LOKfiKK; OIVlKti TIIR LEATHER A PECULIAR TolfOHX IBA. VERNATELLA. FBl’ECIALl. V INTENDED FOR Til R SOLES OF LADIES’ BOOTS ANDSUOES, VERNATELLA. BUT OF COl'RSK tfj r a li y a m i c m i to men'*. VERNATELLA. The * round Is always more or I***# damp, and this dampness strikes through the th.cktot soles VERNATELLA. in a very short time, esusing many persona to take cold without knowing^he rnnoa; VERNATELLA. BUT Til K VERNATELLA PREVENTS ALL LIAItlLltV OK THAT KIND. AND VERNATELLA. MAK1B i 11E TU1NXK8T SOLES I’EaKKCTLY WATER AND DAMPS MSB pRoof. VERNATELLA. Iti application i- exceedingly ma% and but a mo Hieut’a pieasaut occupation. VERNATELLA. IT IB APPLIED WITH A BUI *11 ATTACHED TO the * opper of each bottle. VERNATELLA. aud in a h w moment# afterwards the m»lk* cau ba woru over the nicest carpet VERNATELLA. WITHOUT HIE LEAST DANDER OP FOILING IT. TIIK SMELL OP NEW LEATHER, VEKNATELLA. which is so DiHAt'Ui'KARi.i ou fir*t wearing new Boots ami Shoe.-. VERNATELLA. IS ER Tilt» LY > ECTK % L1ZED IlY 1HK t’Sl: OP%||E VtBSATKLI. A, VERNATELLA. A a 1» A If Al. l;i IAI1LK PKKr M K li I V K X TRIM INSTEAD. VERNATELLA. I. I g T I D AT ALL TIMl’KBATt KIR, am) no heat required in its use. VERNATELLA. This Veriiatclla i- an entirely diffident artic’e fronr anything ever before inircdtcfd it is made from Copper aid ha* no grease, tallow, liusetd oil, or anything of U at kind about it. It has boeu tubj.ctcd to the most thorough tests, and whan the Soles are onco saturated with tt water cai^no more pet through them than through Copper PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE. But its cost to the purchaser is in reality nothmy, a- it iinsk’-s the soles wear enough longer to more than pay tor it, leaviug ss a net gaiu the making of them tt ater aid Dampue- proof, and the preserva tion thereby ot that priceless gem, the health. LADIES, DEAD THIS ! SAVE YOUR HEALTH ! I -e \ er natelia on the Soli- of your Shoes. It ! make, them \\ a ter-proof ami thereby protects your teet from daiupni ss, lor the ground i« always more °r le*s moist e;ther frcm rain or the morning and evening dew. ( ouyhs, rol Is, Fevers, llkr uniat t.*m Xmralyia, aud many other aro brought ou by getting your feet damp. Cse the \ ernatella and pr«verve jour health, and remove the most fruitful calm: OF CONSt MFTIOX. Save the Dootor h 1 > i 1 1 m ! The \ crnatellu is for sa’e iu Portland by the fol low ing well knowu house#: Crosram & Co., 75 Middle Street. KDWAUD b I TTRlt, 72 •• •* li i. CURMIM.S. 4 .2 ft 4 ’4 Congress Street < iia a lea. K. 1 uuASHLii, FJ Middle St)cat. Edward T. Mlukiil, lid •• •» Sa viral. Bell, 35# Congress Street. C. C. Pai KAMI), f»2 l.’niou Street lb Brooks, •'&# Commercial Street. B. H «J»»xKa, lit Kid era I Street. Si i 1 f.K & Hayes, FO Middle Street, at wholenni* and retail. N. Ellsworth k Sun. XlS Hindi© St-eet, at whufc •a e and ret a I J. W . 1’EUKtNs k 0" ,''N Commercial Street, by the gross or dozen. No*alt' at the l atoix less than 5 gro*< at ©no time. Manufactured in the C 11 K M IC A L 1) K 1* A li T M E X T -1>» TUI Caliouu JlnnuIacturiiiK ('onipaio. H YMAN 4 TYLEK, m,5 iltw IS tVuter Street, hoitou, Agouti. MEDICAL. I MPOR T j\. NT To ALL im V AlilDH! t I IRON IN THE BLOOD ' Is well known to the Med| cal Profession that THE VITAL PRINCIPLE O K LIFE ELEMENT OF THE BLOOD 18 I ROM. This is derived chiefly from the food veeat; bat if the food is not properly digested, or If, from any cause whatever, the necessary <(uatity of iron is not taken into the circulation, or become reduced, the whole system sudors. The bad blood wdl irritate the heart, will clog up the luugs, stupefy the brain, will obstruct the liver, and will send its disease producing element* to all parts of th • system, and every one will suffer iu whatever organ may be pre disposed to disease. To take medicine to cure diseases occasioned by a deflcincy of IRON IN THE BLOOD. without restoring if to tho system, is like trying to repair a building when the foundation is gone. It is only sioce the discovery ot that valuable combination known as PKIlUVIAS 8 YHUP, that the great power of this VITALIZING AGENT over disease has been brought to light. The Peruvian Syrup, The Peruvian Syrup l» a Protected Solution’of the PROTOXIDE OF I RON u New Diacorery iu Medicine thet Strike, ut the Root of Diaciac. by supplying the Kloodlwith it, Vital Principle or Life Element I ON. Thin in the secret of the wonderful aucoeaa of thai remedy in curing DYSPEPSIA, LIVER COM* PLAINT, DROPSY, CHRONIC DIAR RHEA. BOILS. NERVOUS AFFEC TIONS, CHILLS AND FEVERS, HUMORS, LOS8 OF CONSTI TUTIONAL VIOOR. DIS EASES of the KIDN EYS A BLADDER FE MALE Complaint* and all diaeanea originating in a BADSTATEO F TEE BLOOD or accompanied by DEBILITY or a LOW STATE OF THE SYSTEM. Being free f rom Aloohel in any form, its energizing effects are n*t followed by aw re*ponding reaction, but are p rmanent, tnl'u-ing htkk.voth, vigor and new i.ikk into all part* of the ay*tein, ahd building up an I RON CONSTITUTION ! It isan excel lan t *nb*titute for lue or Brandy where a stimulant i* needed. The following name* are taken from our pamphlet of teKtimoniai*, which will be sent free to any addrea*. Rev. John I'ierpont, Lewis Johnson, M. D., Rev. Warren Burton, ltoawell Kinney, M. D., Rev. Arthur B. Fuller, S H. Kendall, M. D , Rev. Ourdon Robin*, W. K. Chisholm. M. D., Rev. Sylvauu* Cobb, Jo*e Antonio Sanchea, M. D. Sit. T. Starr King, Marceho Aranda, M D., Rev. Ephraim Nut*, Jr., A. A llayc*. M D., Hr* There, can be but one stronger proof th«m the testimony of snrh nu u as these, and that is A rxu BREAL trial. It has cured thousands where other remedies Lire failed to gire relief, and invalids canmtt reasonably hesitate to give it a trial. For dyspepsia and all chronic diaba»r*, char acterized by debility, it is a Specijic. Prepared a* heretofore by N. L. CLARK A CO. —For 8a!o by— SETH W FOWLE A CO., in Tremontat., Boaton . J. P. D1NSMORE. VM Broadway. New York; and by all Drugg iata. teblH deod A weow 3m Klmr! Klitir UR. WRIGHT’S REJUVENATING ELIXIR! OB. BSSEKCBor LIKK. Prepared from Pure Vegetable Extract*, CONTAINING BOTH I EG INJURIOUS TO THE MOST DELICATE. mUE Rejuvenating Elixir i* the result of modern diacovcriea In the tcgetable kingdom, being an entirely new and abetract method of cure, irreapee live of all the old and worn-out ayatema. T hi* medicine ha* been te*ted by the in oat emi nent medical men of the day. and by them pronounc ed to be one of the greatcat medical diacoveriea of the age. One bottle will core (General Itoiiilitv A few dose# euro Hysterics in females. One bottle cures Palpitation of the Heart. A few dose# restore the organs of generation. From one to three bottles restores the manlinns and full vigor of youth. A few doses restore the appetiU. Three bottles cure the worst cate of Impottncy. A few dose# cure the low-spirited. One bottle restores mental power. A few doses bring the rose to the cheek. This medicine restores to manly vigor and robus Uoalth the poor, debilitated, worn-down, and de ; spair:tig devotee of sensual pleasure. The listless, enervated youth, the overtasked men of business, the victim of nervous depression, the ndividual sufferingfrom 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. «fjnf9 &£ I*r bottle, or three bottles for 96, and hr warded by Express, on reoeipt of money, to any address. bold by all Druggists everywhere. DR. W K. MEHWIN * Co., BOLE PROPRIETORS, No. &9 Uberty-st., New York. CHEROKEE PILLS! SUGAR COATED. FEMALE REGULATOR. HEALTH PRESERVER, CERTAIN AND SAFR, For the removal of Obstructions, and the lusurano of Regularity in tne Recurrence of the Monthly Periods. They cure or obviate those numerous diseases the, spring from irregularity, by removing the irregular ity itself. They cure Suppressed,Excessive and Painful Men* •truation. They cure Green Sickness (Chlorosis). • They cure Nervous and Spioal Affections, paius In the back and lower part# of the body, Heaviness. Fatigue on slight exertiou, Palpitation of the Heart Lowness of Spirits, Hysteria, Sick Headache, Gid diness, etc., etc. In a word, by removing the Irreg ularity , they remove the cause, and with it all the edVcts that spring from it. Composed of simple vegetable extracts, they con tain nothing deleterious to any constitution, how ever delicate—their fuuction being to substitute strength for woakueas, which, when properly used, they never fail to do. All letters seeking information or advice will be promptly, freely and discreetly answered. Full directions aoeoanpany each box. Price fl per box, or #ix boxes for 96. bent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of price. Bold by all respectable Druggists. Dr. W. B. M ERWIN A Co., BOLE PROPRIETORS, No. W Liberty-st., New York. teb6<oJ*eowljr MEDICAL. MRS. MANCHESTER Is constantly receiving uunolicited tfitlaoDisli #1 be astonishing cures performed by her. Among lany reoently received are the following, which art ommended to the notice of the afflicted. Mrs. Maa hector may be consulted at No. 11 Clapp’* Block,Room No, 6* A CASK OF SPINAL DISEASE CURED This la to oertiiy that i went to mi Mrs. Manche*. ar last March with a daughter of mine troubled with pinal disease, for which ahe had been doctored for tve years, and by a number of physicians of all Linda; and she has had twenty -one applications of ileotricity applied, but all to no effect ; but she oon Inually grew worse. 1 came to the conclusion, a* he last resort, to go and see Mrs. Manchester, and Lid so; and to my great surprise she told me the first iuse of the disease, and how she had boen from time o time, which enoouraged no to try her medicine*, did so, and now my daughter is able to be around he house all of the time. Shealao rides ten or Ilf. een miles without any trouble or inconvenience,and think in a short time she will to restored to peHhot iealth. Since my daughter lias been doctoring, I lave heard of a great many oases that Mrs. Menchc s er has oared. I think if any per«ou deserves pat* onage. it is the one who tried to preset the health »f thesiok and suffering. and I know that she met it try effort which lies in her power to benefit her (attests. Sabah L. k buouts, ttaouoa Kmimmis, Auer E Extort*, Emma Exiaave. Brunswick, Maine, August Uh. ONE OF THE OREATKST CURES on RECORD. Mbs. Maxchbbthk—Dear AfadoMs;—Thinking a itatement of my oaae may be of senrioe to other* limilarly afflicted, 1 hasten to give it to you. This is briefly my case—Z was taken sick about 18 aonths ago with the Liver Complaint in a very tad 'orm 1 applied to four different physicians, but re wived no benefit until I called on you. At that time [ had given up business, and was iu a very bad state, >at after taking your medicine for a short time I be (an to reoover, and iu two month* I was entirely well, and had gained several pounds of flesh, and laa Irmly say that by yoar skill 1 am a perfectly heal* hy man. Joauri Da via. Boston t Maine Depot, P ortland, Me. A REMARKABLE CURE OE A CASE OF DRU BY CURED BY MRS. MANCHESTER. This Is to oertify that I have been cured of tha Dropsy of fifteen years standing by Mrt. Manches ter. I have been to physicians in Boston, Mew York tnd Philadelphia. They all told me that they ooald do nothing for me, unless they tapped me, and as ivred me that by tapping 1 could live but a short time. 1 had made up my mind to go home and live aa long as I could with the disease, and then die. Or my way home I stayed over night in Portland with a friend of mine, and told them what my mind was u regard to my disease. They finally pertaaded me to go hnd see Mrt. Manchester. She examined me and told me my case exactly. I was to much astonished to think that she told ma oorrectly, that I told her that 1 would taka her mcdl olnes, not having the least (kith that they would me any good, or thut I should get the slightest relief from any coarse whatever; finally 1 took the medi cine and went home. In one week from the time I commenced taking the medicine, I had over three gallons of water pass me in seven hours; and my fel low sufferers may be assured that it was a great reiiel to me. I had not been able to lie down in bed nt night before this for two years. Mow I can lie down with perfect ease. I have taken her modicine tor eight months, and am as well as any men could wish to be, and no signs of dropsy. I would advise all thaf are sick to go and consult Mrt. Manchester, even 1/they have been given up by other phy eioians. I have seat her a number of oases of other diabases, and she has cored them also. Go and ft>r yonrselves. I had no faith, but now my faith oamnot be thaked ia her skill in telling and curing disease. UitLifg.liiuioi, •▲ear fc. Harbor, Mart A. Harbor Bangor, Marne, April Id. Orrior Hour*—Prom 5 A >V. till 8 P. M. *■#17 In Anuta: edly OH. J. B. UIGUES OAR BR mCBD at ma PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, Wo. $ Temple Street, WHERE he can be consulted privately, and with the utmost confidence by the afflicted, at all hours duily, from B a. m. to V r. u. Hr. It. address*** those who are suffering under tha affliction of private diseai-e. whether arising from impure connection or tbo terrible vice of sell-abuse. Devoting bis entire time to that particular brauch of the medical profession, he feels warrant* j in Guar artukivo a Cork is all Cask#, whether of lon^ standing or recently contracted, entirely removing the dregs of disease from the system, aad making a perfect and PERMANENT CURE. He would calinhe attention of the afflicted to the feet of his long standing aud well earned reputation, furnishing sufficient aesuranoe of his skill and suo oeee. CAUTIOM TO THE PUBLIC. Every Intelligent and thinking person must know that remedies handed out from general use should have their efficaotaptablished bv well tested expe rience in the bauosof a regularly educated pbyai oiau, who<*e preparatory study fits him tor all the duties he must fulfill; jet the country m flooded with poor 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 r aktio clae in selecting his physician, as it is a lamentable vet incontrovertable fact that many syphilitic pa tients are made miserable with ruined constitutions by maltreatment from inexperienced physicians ia feueral practice; for it is a point generally conceded y the beat syphilographers. that the stady and man agement of these ooinplaiut# should engross tha whole time of those who would be competent and suoceeefol In their treatment and cure. The inex perienced general practitioner, haviug neither op portunity nor time to make himself acquainted witb thuirpathology, commonly pusrues one sjstem of treatment, In most cases maxing an indiscriminate use of that antiquated and dangerous weapon. Her onry. HAVE CONFIDENCE. All who have committed an excess of any kind.* whether it he the solitary vice of youth, or the sting* lag rebuke of misplaced confidence iu uiaturer > ears, SEEK FOR AS ASTI DOTE IS SEASON. The Pains and Aches, and Lassitude and Nervous Prostration that may follow Impure Coition, are the Barometer to the whole system. Do not wait for the consummation that is sure to tol* low, do not wait for L’n*ightly floors, for Disabled Limbs, for Loea of Beauty and Complexion'. HOW MAST THOUSANDS CAN TESTIFY TO THIS B Y US HAP P Y EXPERIENCE. Young Men troubled with cmirsiors in sleep, a complaint generally the result of a bad habit in youth, treated scientifically, and a perfect cure war* ranted or no charge made. Hardly a day passes but we are consulted by one or more young men with the above disease, some of whom are as weak and emaciated as though they had the consumption, and by their friends supposed to have it. All such c ises yield to the proper sud only correct course of treatment, and iu a short timt are made to rejoice in perfect health. MIDDLE AGED MEM. There are many men at the age or 40 or 50 whoar# troubled with too frequent evacuations from the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smartiug o. burning sensation, and weakening the system in a manner the patient canuot account for. On exam* iniug urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often be found, and sometimes small particles ot -em- n or albumen will appear, or the color will bo of a th.n milkish hue, again chaugin? to a dark and turbid appearauce There are msuy uigu who die of this difficulty. ignorant of the cause, w hich is the SECOND STAGE OF SEMINAL W SAKS ESS. I can warrant a perfect cure in such eases, and a Bill and healthy restoration of the urinary organa. Persons who canuot personally consult the Dr., can do so by writing in a plain manner a description of their disease, and the appropriate remedies will be forwarded immediately. All correspondsuce strictly confidential and will be returned it desired. Address. DR. JR (I UGH Kg. Mo. 6 Temple St.. I corner of Middle} Portland. KM~8en<l Stamp for circular. Eclectic .Wcdicml Infirmary, TO THE LADIES. DR. HUGHES particularly invites all Ladles who need a medical adviser, to call at his rooms, Mo. § Temple Street, which they will find arranged for their esuecial accommodation. Dr. lx.'s Eclectic Renovating Medn lncsarcunrival* led in efficacy and superior virtue in regulating all Female Irregularities Their action is rpeciflo aad certain of producing relief in a >hort time. LAD! ES will find it invaluable In all cases of ob • tractions after all other remedies hat *• been »r ied in vain. It is purely vegetable, containing nothing in the least injurious to the health, and may be taxon with perfect safety at all times. Beat to aay part of the eoantry with full directions by addressing DR. HUGHES, Mo. I Temple Street, eorner of Middie, Portiaad. M LADIES desiring may eonsait one of their own sen. A lady of experience In constant attend* MM. ianldAwly

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