Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, May 28, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated May 28, 1864 Page 4
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MISCELLANY. Simon Warner’s Will. A grave old farmhouse, nestling among great old hickory trees, and beaten by the winds and rains of half a century—you never would have guessed that it belonged to the richest man in Seaburne—nor would you have recognized that individual in the wrinkled sexagenarian who sat on the porch, smoking his pipe, under the shad ow of a perfectly blooming honeysuckle that was nearly as old as himself. “I didn’t s’pose you’d ha’ gone off and left your old uncle in this sort o’ way. Mar tin, ” lie said querously. “ It’s a blow to me.” “Uncle, I am sure you would give my plans a hearty approval, if you would only consider them.” These words came from a tall, handsome young fellow, with sunburnt cheeks and eyes full of blue. Hashing fire, who leaned against one of the rude wooden pillars that supported the porch. “Then you’ve made up your mind to go head long oft to get yourself killed or takeu prisoner —it don’t matter much which—in those pestilent North Carolina swamps.” “No, uncle, I haven’t any such intention,” laughed young Martin Warner. “Hut I have mode up my mind to go mid do my duty on the field, where thousands of better men than my self have left the stain of their heart’s blood.” . “Pshaw!” ejaculated Uncle Si in on. "Just as you please, sir,” said the young man, good humoredly. “Is it just as I please?’’ snarled Simon War ner. “Look here, Martin—you say this country of yours is more to >ou than life or wealth— wall I prove it ! If you are determined to make a fool of yourself, do it. Only I warn you to abaudon all thoughts of ever succeeding to the wealth 1 have amassed. If you act in opposi tion to my wishes, consider yourself no longer my heir.” “I am poor, uncle.” said the young man, “but not poor enough, I hope, to allow my een.se of right and duty to be betrayed for gold." “Stay though,” pursued Uncle Simon, keenly watching the youDg faoe from beneath his fros ty eyelashes, "there is yet another considera tion.— Do you suppose Mr. Maylie will give his pretty daughter to a penniless adventurer ? I)o you think bora Maylie would have been engaged to you, had you not been the heir to my mouey.” The words, though spoken with the bitterest imm uk armor us irans truthfulness that encased Martin Warner’s heart, lie only smiled. “I have the firmest faith in Dora’s love, uncle.” A silence of some moments ensued; at |length Martin broke it. “Uncle Simon, 1 am going—will you not say good bye?” The old man shook his head gruffly. “At least shake hands!” and Martin extended his hand entreatingly. Simon Warner merely touched it with his cold, shriveled hand, and the next moment Martin disapj>eared among the tall shrubs of the little door-yard. Gone—he was indeed gone. Up to the last moment, Simon Warner had scarcely believed he would actually depart—now he must believe “What do you say, Dora, darling; will you love your soldier as truly as you love Uncle Simon’8 heir ?” “Martin!” “Then you will love me still ?” “I will love you until death, Martin, and tbrounh all the ages of eternity !” “I know it, dearest ! and as tar as man may, I will prove worthy of your love ! And when I come back—” “When you come back, Martin ! Ah, do not speak too confidingly. If 1 should lose you—” “If you should lose me, could you not re member that 1 died for my country—under the folds of the glorious old flag — and be re signed ?” • “Ves,” exclaimed Dora, with a sort of sob bing sigh. “I could give my best and dearest for that cause! But, oh, Martin, God will keep you unscathed for my sake.” “Amen !” said the young man reverently. The November snow was falling thick and white among the leafless hickory trees; the wind shook and rattled the casements of the lonely room in the old farm house where Simou War ner lay dead and shrouded ! Vain had been his golden stores to bribe the grim messenger. Death ! In the keeping room below sat a fortieth cousin, one Bela Warner, talking by fits and starts to a bony female in a calico gown, who sustained toward him the relation of wife. “The will is to be read this afternoon. Of course I’m the heir, seein’ he’s disinterested his nephy. You and I’ll be grand folks, Elviry; see if 1 don’t keep a kerridge equal to 8puire Dun can's, and I’l! buy that corner inedder o* Fat Price’s the fust thing.” “Ain’t you going to ’low nothing to young Martin?” “Not I; what’s Martin Warner to me ! Hal lo !” us the door opeued; “it’s you, is it, Mr. Martin? I hardly knew ye, you was so fine in your new uniform. I was just a say in’ to Elviry of course you wouldn’t expect me to do nothin' for you, when the property comes to me. Let every man look after himself— that’s my motto.” Martin’s cheek flushed slightly. •*I entertain no expectations of any kind, sir,” he returned haughtily. “Iain only too glad that I was here in time to receive a dying frasp of my uncle’s hand, and to hear from hjs ying lips that 1 was still dear to him in spite of what had come and gone. 1 attend his funeral from a motive of deep respect and affection— pray do not misinterpret me.” Bela chuckled, visibly relieved, and as the fu neral guests di upped iu oue by one, he went about with a long face and sanct imonious whine doing the honors of host, chief mourner, and heir apparent, to the indignation of the whole neighborhood. But when at length the snuffy little old lawyer unfolded the will with a pompous “Ahem !” Bela’s eyes sparkled greedily, and his features twitched with eager interest. Would the old man never have done with formality and legal prose?# Ah—here it came! un|ucinn inj w huic prupmv, real anti personal—” Lawyer Junes stupjM-1 licre and wipetl his spoclocles. Bela uttered a little convulsive gasp. “To my beloved nephew, Martin Warner, as a token of my appreciation of his straightfor ward, manly anu disinterested couduct, and a proof that I am not ashamed to confess myself wrong in any trifling difference we may have had.” Not another word did Bela hear. He hardly waited for the reoding of the will to be conclu ded, ere he burst into a storm of angry remon strance. “There is some false play here ! 1 witnessed a will bequeathing it all to me afore—” “What might have been the date of that doc ument, sir?” “The third.o’ July. I mind it because—” “Ah — yes — very probable. But this will bears date only six weeks ago. Mr. Martin Warner allow me to congratulate you upon the inheritance of this splendid property.” Alas! there was no cure for the discomfiture of Bela and Klviry his wife. Fortunate it was for them that Martin did not ail here too strictly to the motto, “Let every man look after him self.” So, after all, Bora Maylie married the richest man in Seaburne. ID. W. OLA IR K. DJtALEK I N Silver Street Ice House, and Office; Wo. 32 Exchange street. ALL Orders promptly attended to and customers supplied with th. best ijuality of ICK. Price of Ice for the Sen non, 1804. 10 lbsa day, lrom June 1st,to Oct. 1st, 86.00 ll:: ;; ;; ;* •* ’ «.uo 10 10 00 rJforty cunts per 100 lbs. To those who take Ice for the season, it will be de livered earlier than 1st June and later than l*t Oc tober, at the same rate per mouth a? during the sea son x When not wanted for the full scan in, it will be delivered at the rate of 82 OOptr month for 10 lbs. per day. * Notice of change of residence, if given at the of fice instead of the driver, will always prevent dis appointment. Any customer leaving town for two weeks or more at one time by giving notice at the office, will be en*. titled to a proper deduction. Complaints against the drivers, for ueglect or care 1 issues* or any other oauxe, must be made at the of flee, and will be attended to promptly Portland, May 13,1864. may 13d7w ©3 Removal. 63 J. M. KNIGHT & SON, Commission Merchants, And dealers in C untry Produce, have moved to No. 68 Commercial street. Portland, May 10th, 1864. may lOdtf HOTELS. Pleasant Suburban Resort. CAEJSIcHpOTJSE, WEST BROOK. This elegant -suburban Watering Place, located upon a pleasant eminence near Ca pisic 1'outl, but 3} milt*® from J’ortland, hav ing been placed in the most ample order by ,_the subscriber, he most respect fully solicit# the attention of tin* public, and oordially invites a call from bis old friends. 1 he house is pleasant, retired and quiet. The furniture and furnishings are all new, and tlie rooms cosy and sightly. The tables are supplied with all the deiacacTcs as well as the substantial® of the sea son, and the service of one of the very best cooks in New England have been secured. Extensive sheds and a line stable with roomy stalls are amoug tin* conveniences of the establishment. ▲ nice Bathinir House sufficient for the accommo dation of several bathers has been erected with steps projecting into ten feet of water, and the whole se cured from obaervat.on by a floating screen. Smoking Arbors grace the banks of the Pond and invite the indulgence of the lounger. Hoping fur a share of the public patronage the un dersigned promises to spare no effort for tne en er tainmentof his guests. GEO. W. MURCH. Westbrook. May 21, 1*64.mav21dtf Splendid Pleasure Resort! THE WHITE HOUSE, (FOBMBBLY WILSON BOU6B.) J. P. MILLER.PROPRIETOR. This popular Hotel has recently been pur < chased by Mr Miller (ol the Albion) and has been thoroughly refitted, renovated and re | paired, and numerous excellent alterations J_[made. It is located on the Saccarappa road, about lour miles ftom Portland, affording a beautiful drive over a good road, and Just about far enough for pleasure. It has a line large Dancing Hall and good Bowling Alleys. In close proximity to the house is a warm and roomy Stable, containing twenty nice stalls. There is also a well sheltered Sued, 106 feet long, for hitching horses. The choicest Suppers will be got up for sleighing and dancing parties, who will find it greatly to their pleasure and advantage to resort to the White House. guest*. decl9-dtf HALLOWELL HOUSE REOPENE DI HEW FURHITUEE & FIXTURES 1 8.0. DEVNI8, Proprietor. gJT The public are specially informed that the spacious, convenient ana wellknown Hallowill House, in the center of Hallowell, two mil#** from Auguste, and tour mi’es from Togus Spring, haa been refurnished, and is open for the reception of company and permanent boarders. Every attention will be given to the oomfort of guests. st abijI na-, and all the usual conveniences of a popular hotel, are amply provided. Hallowell, Feb. 1 1864. mch25 eodtf .A THE AMERICAS BOISE, Hanover Street .... Boiton, The Larg£*t and Beet Arranged Hotel IN NEW ENGLAND. LEWIS RICE, Proprietor. ool« ly STATEMEHT OF THE jEtna Insurance Company, Or HARTFOUD, CONN., On the 1st day of November, A. D. 1968, as required by the Laws of the State of Maine. fhe Capital Stock Is.91.600.000 and with l he surplus is inrssted as follows: Heal estate, unincumbered, 987,968 18 Cash in hand, on deposit, and in agente’ hands, 316.960 66 United States Stocks, 612,817 60 State and City Stocks, and Town Bonds, 669.450 00 Bank and Trust Company Stocks, 1,017,270 00 Mortgage Bonds, 831,960 00 Atlantlo Mutual Ins. Co's sorip, 1862-8, 16,996 60 Total A Meta, 93,026.879 74 Amount of Liabilities for Losses not due or adjusted, 9176.41191 Amount at risk, estimated, 116,616,479 ff TllOS. A. ALF.X ANDKB, President. Lucius J. Harder, Secretary. Hartford, A*oe. 7, 1963. J. C. CHURCHILL, Agont, *o. 4 Iron Block, Portland Pier. deo6 dtf Great News! Important News! Ivl. Bradt && Co., Bio. 26 Market Square, HAVE lately arrived in Portland, and an- now ready to exhibit to the citizens of this city and surrounding towns, their entirely new and elegant stock of O cl s Fixtures, Of the very latest styles, consisting of Parlor and Sitting Room Chandelier*, Dining Room and Ilall Light*, Store Pendent*, llrackct*, Portable*, Ac. Also* very fine assortment of Kerosene Lamps, Gas and Lamp Shades, of the latest improvemnts, Globes, Chimneys, and all sorts of Gas Fittim**, Lamp and and Lantern Trimming. Also on hand, Shaw’s Patent Oats Cooking Apparatus, Of all kinds. The? will sell all of the above goods at the very lowest Boston and New York price won CASH. Particular attention will be paid to Gas Fittim®, Rkpaikimo. bitoMZiKoand Gildim. of Chandeliers, Lamps, and Bronze Ornaments cf all descriptions, in the very highest style of the art, and wil. warrant all their work to be perfect. Pi.uabe call amd sek Leave your orders for Gas Fitting or Kepairiug at the store. M Buadt. H. Whitbluy. Portland, May 10, 1864. inaylOdtf THE BOSTON FIRE BRICK And Clay Uetort Manufacturing Co., Works, 894 Federal street, office and Warehouse 13 Liberty 8quare and 7 Batterymarch 8t, manufacture Fire Brick, all shapes aud sizes,for furnaces required to stand the most intense heat also Furnace Blocks and Slabs, Locomotive Fire Blocks, Bakers’Oven and Greenhouse Tiles, Clay Retort* and nece ssary Tiles to set them, Fire Cement, FireClay and Kaolin. that all order* t#r the above manufacture aro execu ted with promptness. JAMES E MONO ACO. 8 ll. 1.1 no Aom«, IS Liberty Square, Boston, mchll eod6m Dissolution. THK copartnership heretofore existing under the linn name of Davis. Twitebell k Chapman is this day dissolved by mutual consent. 1 be business ot the firm will be settled at the old stand by either partner. FREDERICK DAVIS, THOS. E TWITCHELL, ELBKIDGF. CHAPMAN. Portland, May 12, 1861. my 16 dAw8w Dissolution. THE copartnershln heretofore existing between the snbscribers is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The affairs of tho firm will bo settled by either partner at the store of Messrs. Twitchell Bros k Champlin, 82Commercial street, Thomas Block. JOHN C) TWITCH EEL, JAMES P CHAMPLIN. Portland, May 12,1864. myl6dkw3w Copartnership. THE snbacribers have this day formed a copart nership under the firm name of Twitchell Bros, k Champlin, and having purchased the stock and leased the store recently owned and occupied by Davis, Twitchell k Chapman, will continue the wholesale Grocery, Flour and Provision business in all its branches. THUS E. TWITCHELL, JOHN Q. TWITCHELL. JAMES P. CHAM. l-IN, 82 Commercial Street, Thomas Block. | Portland, May 12,1861. mylff dfcvrlw TO SHIP BL'ILDERS. F. 8. & J. li. HUOKIN8, /"NCM MISSION MKRCHANT8, and wholesale and V> retail dealers in Ship Timbkh a*i> Flank. Hare for sale at their Wharf, Ce.st.’.al H^dari, Raw Bo«ton. 260.000 Locust and Oa1- Treenails, Hackmatack Knees, planed. Also White Oak a«,dT,MHKH#CHKBT*iCT Hoard* ami Plank White Pike. Deck-Plaice, Ac. Particular at tention paid to Furnishing Oak Plank by the Cargo. inc)i24 d3m * PORTLAND DRY DOCK COMPANY. THE first ass,.,,of Two Dollars per Share upon the Capital -stock of this Company, is now one. and payable at tin, (ithce of fie Treasurer, Ne. Hi, Commercial bt. Per older of Director* Portland April 80. 186C “ DkVU$S£ESi # NEW O R LEA NS. * S. D. MOODY &. CO.J Merchant, OT Tchoupl tonlss 8t.. New OrleanH, La. keferenc's: Baker A Morrill, Boston; Franklin Snow k Co., Boston: J!/**^ *u*seU, Boston; C. Nickersonk Co., N. Y.; Rich A Co.,8t. Louis. Particular attentiongirento Consignments FOR SALE & TO LET. VALUABLE BEAL ESTATE FOR SALE, Good Location for a Hotel. C*. That valuable and centrally located House ;; and Lot, No. 31 India street, tor so many |j} years owned and occupied by General bainu* “ ol Fessenden, is offered for sale. The Lot i* 70 feel on India street, extending back 171 feet—containing uearty 12,000feet of land. The House is three storied, is in good repair, and con tains fifteen rooms, besides many closets and other conveniences; has gas fixtures throughout; it also has a large flow of TUBE AyLEDLXT WATER, which is very desirable; also a large Wood House and Barn This a goc ' piece of property upon which to make improvements. It may be fitted for a URS'l CLASS BOARDING HOUSE, or a SECOND CLASS HOTEL. Its near nroximity to the terminus of the Grand Trunk Railway and to the wharves of the Boston and other steamers, makes the location a desirable one for a Hotel. This lot might be improved with profit to any me chanic or other person having means, by the erec tion of Tenements, its large depth affording ample ■paoe tor a block of eight or ten buildings. For farther particulars enquire of WM. II. JERBlfl, Argus Office Portland, Dec.8. 1863. deoil MWFtf HOUSES AND LOTS TOR SALE, SITUATED ON Frnnklin, Alden, Washington, Montreal, Fo* and Sumner Sireets. PRICES FROM *1,000 TO *2,500. Also, TWO SMALL FARMS, in Cape Elizabeth. Terms liberal to suit the pure baser. Enquire of EI.BB1DDE DERBY. ap23 dlw codtf No. 69 High Street. Farm for Salo. IN Cape Elizabeth, 2} miles from Portland Bridge, about 100 acres of well proportioned mowing tillage Pasture, wood and timber. About 600 cords hard and soft wood. Cuts 40 tons hay, 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 mostly new. Price #76 per acre, 26 per cent cash; balance can remain a number of years secured by mortgage. For par ticulars enquire of SCOTT 1)1 EK, mcn30 d4m A Desirable Brick ''louse Tor Sale. lEJ'O. 148 Cumberland street. The very desirable three story Brick House, recently the residence of Rev. Dr. Dwight. The house is well built and finished throughout, and conveniently arrauged, and in all respects one of the best locations on Cum berland street. The lot is large—42 foot front 147 ft. deep. For terms inquire of JOHN C. PEOCTOK, Lime st. may24d3w Valuable Real Estate Tor bale. YIrK have for sale a very desirable House, cen M trellv and pleasantly located, finished and furnished from garret to cellar; overy thing in and about the house in perf^t order; will be sold with the Furniture, which is in good taste and in fine or der. Immediate possession given. 1 he bouse and furniture can be examined at auy time, and infor mation give by calling on HENRY BAILEY E Co., Auctioneers, raaylddtd Building Lots For Sale. THE subscriber offers for sale two acres of land at Bteven’s Plains, Westbrook, in lots to suit pur chasers, and at prioes that cannot fail to be satisfac tory. These lots are situated in a very pleasant locality, and the facilities offered by the Horse Rail, road for passage to and from the city, will render them very desirable lots for a residence. Km.aire of K DUNHAM, No 218 Fore street. Portland, May 17th, 1864. mayl7dlm For Sale. THE Du- property, so called, on Windham Hill, in Windham, containing about ten acre,. I here are on the premise, a good Two Store Dwelling Home and Barn, with other out-buitdin,s. The property is pleasantly situated and the neighborhood unexceptionable, korterms, Ac.,apply to DKBLOIS A JACKSON, Portland May 18,1864. &8 Exchange St. maylSdtf For Sale. ASUL AKE block of land, of about 78000 acre* of wood land, on the south side of the river 8t. Lawrence, in Canada East. It is intt-rceeded by two considerable rivers with eligible Mill sits. Well wooded with ©very description of timber, such as pine and spruce in large quantities, and maple, berch, beech, tamarac and bass wwd tc any amount. Enquire of H. T. MAUH1N. Portland. Portland, Feb. 1864. feb26eodtf Houses and Lot for Sale. g}S A two story Woodbh Hour*. No. 17 Fore |B street, near ‘ Portland compauy Works," containing 13 finished rooms. Convenient for two families Piped for Gas with flxtuns, has an abundanco of bard and soft water; the Lot is about 90 by 79 feet. Terms satisfactory. Apply to JOHN C. PROCTER, may9d3w_Lime street. For Sale or to Let. A CLirr COTTAGE, containing over 10 rrgrrm room,,large,table and abed,—situatedtwo and one-half milee from Portland, and the fluent situation in Cape Elisabeth for a vi J_ tering plaoe, and summer boarders. For particular, enquire of GEO. OWEN, ap7 dtf 81 Winter Street, Portland. Honor For Sale. A TWO story wooden borne. No. 18 Adams street, iA 11 finished rooms, convenient for two families; plenty of g iod water. For particulars inquire ot B. J. WILLABI). Portland, May 14,1864. may Meodtf To Lot. THE rooms over the store of thosnbeeriber.oorner ot Fore and Exchange streets, now occupied by Stephen Berry as a printing oaoe. Possession riven 1st of January. Apply to declih dtf_ BENJ. FOGG. For Snip. ONE Express Wagon, nearly new. can be used for one or two Horses, it has Pole and Shafts complete. For prico Ac., call at No.4 Free Street Portland. apr 1 eodtf To Let. STORE now oooupied by ae. Poe session given immediately. Also, a Front OSioeln Hanson Block. Jan9 dtfH. J. L1BBF.T A CO. To Let. ONE STORK, in Galt's Blook. Apply to H. T. MAC111N, ap22 dtf Dirigo Insurance Company OF T11K CITY OF PORTLAND. Office No. 98 Exchange^ Mreet. Capital $200,000 Tills Company is now prepared to issue policies on all kind* of property insurable against tire, at current rate*. A. K. SHUJtTLEF, President. JEREMIAH DOW, Secretary. Director!. J. B. Brown, E. S. Spring, D. W. Clark, J. B. Carroll, John Lynch, U. 1 Robinson. Trustxxs . St. John 8mith. H. M. Payton, C. H. Haskell, Andrew Spring, N. O. Cram, Philip H. Brown, 11 N. Jose, Jere. Dow, O. W Woodman, 11. J, Libby, 11. J. Robinson, J. N. Winslow, S.C. Chase, Alvah Conaut, Wm. Moulton. Portland, May 4,1*S4. maybdtf American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY! OF NEW TORE. Oapllal 8300.000, Raiding.. MorrhsadLs. Ilouao hold Furniture. Reuta, Uasrs, Vea aela ua the Slack,, uud usher Per MBBl Property ut I Be Low est rrtoa. SAMUEL BROWN, President. WILLIAM RATNOK, Secretar. EDWARD SHAW Agent, lot Middle Btraet. oot37 lyeod PARTICIPATION. Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company. Thi« Company will issue Police* to be free after the payment of mix, eight or ten Premiums at the option of the insured and at rate* aa low a* any othor Company. The issue of Free Policies renders it at the least equal if not superior to the participation companies. Office No. 103 Middle St. CHAULE8 HOLDEN, Prea. EDWARD 5IIAW, hoc. Feb 16 dfcwtf. Administratrix's Male. Pl'KSUAN F to a license from the Hon. John A. Waterman, Judge ol Probate for the county of Cumberland, the administratrix of the estate of the the late Edward B. Jack, of Westbrook, iu said eounty, dr ceased, will sell at publie sale on the prem ises, on Thursday, the 9th day of June A. I). 1864. at 8 o’clock P. M . all the interest cf which tbe said E. B Jack died seized in the following described real estate. The homestead of the decease !, situated in said Westbrook, upon the northerly side of the road leading from Deering’s Bridge to 8accarapa, con sisting of a house, barn and about 3 acres land. Term* cwb. SARAH F. JACK, Administratrix. Weatbrook, May 7,1864. may9eodlm RAILROADS. PORTLAND AND KENNEBEC R.R. SPRING ft SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 25, 1864 jj]SnBB|R Passenger trains leave Skowhegan for ort ana and Boston, at 8 46 A. M., Au* J*. and Hath 12 10 P. M Aurnsta for 1 ortlaud and Boston at 6.80 A, M.; Bath 6.3o A. Waterville,Kendall** Mills and Skowhegan, at 1.10 P. M. Portland for Bath and Augusta 8 16 P. M. 1 asseiiger* for stations on the Androscoggin Rail* road will change cars at Brunswick. irfnH M- IVin * trai.n *'*ora **ortl»nd connects at Kendalls Mills with Maine Central Railroad for Bangor, Ac , arriving same evening. pStages leave Ba h for Rockland at 9 A.M. and 8 Stagon leave Augusta for Belfast at 4 P. M. Stages loavo Skowhegan at 6 10 P. M. for Anson, Solon,sc. fhT*,A«'i*il Tickets for a11 ,he on this and U1® Andrjxcof&n Railroad, can be procurred in Boston at the Kastern or Boston and Maine stations April 18, lee?/ H- CARMAN, Sap^intcndant. ' York Ac CumberlHual Railroad. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. - On and after MONDAT, April 1th., 1804, trains will leave as Q follows, until further notice 2 Saco River for Portland at 5 46 fkreiglit Train with Passenger Cars) and 8.16 a. x., and3.80 p. x. Leave Portland for Saco River, 7.46 A. x. and 2.00 and G.20 p. x. The 2.00 p. x. train ont, and 6 46 A. x. train into Portland, will be freight trains with passenger cars attached Stages connect at Saccarappa daily for Sonth Windham, Windham Center and Great Falls. At Gorham for West Gorham, Standish. Steep Falls, Baldwin. Sebaao, Biidgton, Hiram. Limine. ton, cornish, Denmark, lsrownneJu. Level, rrye burg, Con way. Bartlett, Albany, Jackson and Ka tun, N. H. At Buxton Center for West Buxton, Bonnoy Ea gle, South Liminjrton, Limington and Limerick. At Saco Kiver tii-weekly, for Hollis, Limerick, Ossipee, Newtield, Parsonslield, Effinguam, Free dom, Madison, katon, Cornish, Porter, Ac. Fares 6 cents lest when tickets are purchased in the Office, than when paid in the Cars. DAN. CAKPKNTEB. Snpt. Portland April 7,1964. dtf MAINE CENTRAL. Rill.HOAp, WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Train* l*ar* Portland, Grand Trunk JHRS^RStation, for LewUtoa and Auburn, nt 7.40 A. K. For Bangor and intermediate itation* at 1.10 r.a. RETURNING—leave Lowiaton at 6.30 a. a., and arrive In Portland at 8.30 a. n. Leave Bangor at 7.X a. ■..and arrive In Portland at 3 00 r. ■. Both theee train* oonnoat nt Portland with train* for Boaton. Freight train lenvM Portland at 8 a. «., and re turningD due InPoriland ut 1 r. w. stages connect with train* at prinaipal atation*, dally for moet of tho town* North and Eaat of thl* Une. C. M. MORSE, Snp’t. Watervill*, November, 1863. deol4 GRAND THUNK RAILWAY Of Canada. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. On and after Monday, Nov. 3, 130, ■B9H train* will rnn daily, (Sunday* axoept ed, until further notion, na follow*: Up Train*. Lour* Portland for South Part* nt 7.40 a. M. For lilnnd Pond nt 1.10 r. a. Down Train*. Leave Ialand Pond for Portland, nt 6 a. ■• Leave South Pari* for Portland at 6.46 a. a. The Company are not reapomibl* for baggage to any amount exceeding U60 la value, and that per* •onal, unleee notice I* given, and paid for at the rata of one paseengcr for every *600 additional vain*. C. J. BRYDtifcS, Managing Diraotor. B. BAILET, Superintendent. Nov. 4,1463. nov6 PORTLAND, 8ACO A PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS, Commencing April 11th, 1864. Pueenger Train* will lenr* the Sta tion, Canal *treot, daily, (Sunday* ex oepted) a* ioUowi: Leave Portland for Boeton, at 8.46 A. a. and 1.00 *. a. Leare Boeton for Portland at 7.30 a. a. and 8.00 r. a. Leare PorUmoath for Portland, nt 10.00 A. a. and 6.30 r. a. Thee* train* will tak* and laavt paatoager* at way •tatlon*. Freight train* leave Portland and Boeton daily. FRANCI8 CHASE, Superintendent. Portland, Oct 80.1863. oc31 adtf STEAMBOATS. Montreal Ocean Steamship Go. One of the following first-class steamers of this Line vizPeruvian, Hibernia, North American. Jura, Bel Sian, Nova Scotian, Moravian, Da 1 from Quebec, imr Saturday Mokmno, for Liverpool via Londonderry. Toe IIibbrniar, to sail from guebeo Saturday morning, May 28. Also the steamers St. David. St. Georor, St. Ardrew. St. Patrick, tri monthly from gaebvc for Glasgow. Prepaid and return tickets Issued at reduced rat«# For passage apply to U.4 A. ALL AN, Montreal, or to J. L. FARMER, maylOdtf No. 10 Exchange street Portlsnd. International Steamihip Company. Eastnort. Calais A St. John. TWO TRIPS PER WEEK. f ^—■ i On and aftsr Monday, March 28, the superior sea-going Steamer NifW BULKS WICK. Capt E. B. _ __Wiuehester, will leave Railroad Wharl. 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 Eastport and M John, N. B , connecting at Eaatport with steamer Ouoen, for Kobiuson.St. An drews and Calais, and with Stage coaches for Ma chias. and at St. John with steamers for Freder icton and with steamer Emperor far Digty, Wind sor and Halifax, and with the I.fcK.A. nail road for Shediae and all way stations. Returning, will leave 8t John every Monday and Thursday ai 8 o’clock A. M., for Eastport, Portland and Boston. Through tickets procured of the Agents and Clerk on board Steamers. Freight received till 4 o'clock P. M., Mondays and Thursdays. ma>6 dtf_C. C. EATON, Agent. Portland and Boston Line. THE 8TEAMKRB Foreit City, Lewi*ton and Montreal Will, until further notice, ran ae follow.: Lear. Atlaatie Wharf, Tort land, every Mondar.Tui-.deT, Wedueeday, Tbnndav and Friday, nt 7 o'clock F. M . and India Wharf, Bo.ton, every Monday, Tundaf, Wedneadny, Tharednv and Friday, at 7 o’clock F. M. Fare in Cabin.*1.60 ’’ oa Lieok. l.j. Freight taken a. naual. The Company are not retpen.lble for baggage to any emoant exoeediag *60 la value, end that person al. anions notice i< given and paid for at the rate of one puwngcr for every *600 additional valne. Fob.18.1888. dtf L. B1LL1KUB. Agent. Portland and New York Steamers SEMI-WEEKLY LINE. a The splendid and fast Steamships . POINT," Caai..Willbtt, <k TLfr*frand • POTOMAC," dpiain Sh*k raSflBwooD, will,until farther aotioe, ran as follows: Leave Browns Wharf, Portland, every WEDNES DAY. and SATURDAY, at 4 P. M, and leave Pier »North River. Now York, every WEDNESDAY ! and SATURDAY, at 8 o’clock, P. M These vessels are fitted up with fine accommodations , for passengers, making this the most speedy, safe and oomfortable route for travellers between New York and Maine. Passage $7,00, Inolading Fare and Stato Rooms. Goeds forwarded by this line to and from Montreal, Saobeo, Bangor, Bath, Augusta, Eastport and St. I ohn. Shippers are requested to send their freight to the Steamers asearly as 8 P. M., oa the day that then leave Portland. For freight or passage apply to EMERT A FOX. Brown's Wharf, Portland. H. B. CROMWELL A CO , No. 86 Weat Street, How York. Poo. 6.1861. _ dtf Notice* TOE first meeting of the "Oess Patent Lantern Guard Manufacturing Companu” will be held at^the counting room of W. R. P. Cress, on Tues day, at 10 A. M. May 31st, 1864, for the purpose ot organizing said corporation. W. R. P. CROSS. C. U. BREED Portland, May 13th, 1864. mayl8d!6t The Cheapest Agency FOR collecting all classes of elaims arising from the war is that of the “MAINE WAR CLAIM ASSOCIATION,” in which the expenses are eontroiled by a disinter ested Executive Committee. Apply in person, or by letter, to GRORUE F. EMERY, over the Portland Pest Oflics, 31 story. dawly Evergreen C#iRflpry. TUB Superintendent of Evergreen Cemetery will he at his office, iu New City Bui.ding, entrance on Myrtle Street, from 12 o’clock M. to 3 o'clock P. ■ ..every day, except Sundays, to attoudto any oalls In connection with said Cemetery. Orders may bo loft at tbe office at any time. »p$t dtt H. C. BABB, SaportntoAdont. MEDICAL. _ Good News tor the Unfortunate THE LONG BOUGHT NOB DISCOVERED AT LAST. Oherolcee IFtemedy -AMD CHEROKEE INJECTION. BUNfOUNDID NkOH BOOTH, BARER AND LBATB8 CHEROKEE REMEDY, the great ndisn Diu etio, cures all di'eases of tbe Urinary t gaus.sucb as Iucoutlueuce of the Urine, luflamation of the jKidneys, Stone in the bladder, Stricture, Gravel, Gleet, Gonorrhea, and is especially recommended in those cases of FYuor Albut, (or Whiles in Females) where all the old nauseous medicines have failed. It is prepared in a highly concentrated form, the dose only being from one to two teaspooafuls three times per day. It is diuretic and alterative in its action; purifying and cleansing the blood, causing it to flow in all its original purity and vigor; thus removing from the system all pernicious causes whioh have induced dis ease. CHEROKEE 1 EJECTION is intended as an ally or assistant to the CHEROKEE REM ED Y, an should be used in conjunction with that medicine in all cases of Oonorrhea, Gleet, Fluor Albueor Whitee. Its effects arc healing, soothing and demulcent; re moving all scalding, heat, choadee and pain, instead of the burning aud almost unendurable pain that Is experienced with nearly all the cheap quack iEjec tions. By the use of the CHEROKEE REMEDY and CHEROKEE INJECTION—the two medicine* at the came time—all improper discharges are removed and the weakened orgaua are speedily restored to full vigor and strength. For full particulars gst our pamphlet from any drug store in tha country, or write ns and we will mail free to any address, a full treatise. Trice, CHEROKEE REMEDY, fl per bottle, or three bottles for 96. Trio*, CHEROKEE INJECTION, 92 per bo e or three bottles for 96. Bent by Express to any address on receipt of the price. Bold by all druggists, everywhere. DR. W. R. M ERWIN k Cm., •OLB PROPRIETORS, No. 6# Liberty St., New Tork. Cherokee Cure ! Tan oanxT INDIAN MEDICINE, oovrouuDnD moss root*, sian axd liavus. An unfailing cure for Spermatorrhea, Seminal Weakness, Nocturnal Emissions, and all disease* caused by self polution; such us Loss of Memory, Universal Lassitude. Fains in the Back, Dimness oI Vision, Premature old Age, Weak Nerves, Difficulty of Breathing, Trembling, Wakefulness, Eruptions on tha Face, Pale Countenance, lneanity,Consump tion, and all the direful complaints caused by de parting from the path of nature. This medicine is u simple vegetable extract, and one on which all can rely, as it has be n used in onr practice for many year*, and, with thousands treated. It has not railed in u single instance. Its curative powers have been sufficient to gain victory over the most stubborn case. To those who hive trilled with their constitution until they think themselves beyond the reach of medical aid. we would say, Dtipairnot' the CHER OKEE CURE will restore you to health and vigor, and after all quack doctors have tkiled. For full particulars get a circular from any Drug ■tore iu the country, or write the Proprietors, who will mail free to aty one desiring the same a full treatise in pamphlet form. Price, 92 per bottle, or three bottle* for 95, and forwarded by exprees to all parts of the world. Bold by all respectable druggists everywhere. DB. W. R. MKRWIN k C*.. sol* rxoraixToxa, fobs eodfcwly No. 6» Liberty St.. New York. Elixir! Elixir DR. WRIGHT S REJUVENATING ELIXIR! OK, ESSENCE OF LIFE. Prbpared from Purr Vioitablk Extracts, oomtaibihq mothieo injurious to tbi MOST DRLIOA.TB. THE Rejuvenating Elixir is the result of modern A discoveries in the vegetable kingdom, being an entirely new and abstract method of care, irreepee tivo of nil the old and worn-out syatema. Thia medicine has been teated bj the most emi nent medical men of the day, and by them prononne ed to be one ol the greatest medical diacoveriee ol the age. One bottle will care General Debility. A few dosee cure llyaterice in females. One bottle eurea Palpitation of tbe Heart. A few doeee reetore the organa of generation. Froin one to three bot^lee reetoree tbe manlinea and full vigor of youth. A few doaea restore the appetite. Three bottles cure the wont caae of Impotency. A few doaea cure the low-spirited. One bottle restore* mental power. A few doeee bring the roee to tbe cheek. Thia medicine restores to manly vigor and robn health the poor, debilitated, worn-down, and de ■pairing aevoteu or seusuxi pleasure. The Ustloee, enervated youth, the overtasked mea of busineee, the victim of nervous depression, the ndividunl suffering from genernl debility, or from weakness or a iinjt organ, will nil ttud immedinte nnd permanent relief by the use of this Klixir or Ks sence of Life. fries *2 per bottle, or three hottiee for H, and ft*warded by Express, on receipt of money, to any address. Sold by nil Druggists everywhere. DH. W R. MJCHWlPf * Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS. No. IH Llburty-st,, New Tork. CHEROKEE PILLS! SUGAR COATED. FEMALE REGULATOR. HEALTH PRESERVER, CERTAIN AND SAFE, , For the removal of Obstruction#, and the Insurano of Regularity in the Recurrence of the Monthly Periods. They cure or obriatethose numerous disease# tha, spring from irregularity, by removiug the irregular ity itself. They cure Suppressed,Excessive and Painfrl Men struation. They eare Green 8icknets (Chlorosis). They eure Nervous and Spinal Affections, pains in the back and lower parts of the body. Heaviness, Fatigue on slight exertion, Palpitation ol the Heart Lowness of Spirits, Hysteria, Sick Headache, Gid diness, etc., etc. In a word, by removing the Irreg alarity, they remove the cause, and with It all the effects that spring from it. Composed of simple vegetable extracts, they con tain nothing deleterious to any constitution, how over delioate—their fraction being to substitute strength for weakness, whish, when properly used, they never foil to do. All letters seeking information or advice will be promptly, freely and discreotly answered. Full directions accompany each box. Price f 1 per box, or six boxss for $6 Sent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of price. Sold by all respectable Druggists. Dr. W. B. M ERWIN ft Co„ 80LR PROPRIETORS, No. 59 Liberty-st., New York. febfkodfceowly Hichurdson** Wharf Co. rilHE annual meeting of Stockholders of the Rich 1. ardson Wharf Company will be held at tlie of fice of Henry M. Payton, Exchange street, on Mon day, June 6th. at 4 p. m.. forth*- choice of Direct ors, and any other biwiness which may come beiure them.* Per Order. W II. STEPHENSON. Clerk. Portland, May 21, 1864. may28 ltd MEDICAL. Lyon's Periodical Drops TIE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! AES B ITT IB THAI ALL Pills, Powders A Quack Preparations. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! -ARB Sure to do Goodand cannot do Earn. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! Tbe Great Female Remedy LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARB BBTTBR THAR ALL PILLS,POWDERS f QUACK PREPARATIONS LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARE BURE TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HARM. LyonPeriodical Drops TUB r.DriT CBBBBVV nrmaaw Lyon’s Periodical Drops ABM BETTER THAN ALL PILLS, POWDEES AND QUACK MEDICINES. Lyon’s Periodical Drops Ax® ^ure to do Good and oannot do Haxm. LION’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Ureal Female Remedy. A LION’S PERIODICAL DROPS ARB BBTTBB THAW ALL Pill*, Powder* and Quack Preparation*. LION’S PERIODICAL DROPS 8URJC TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HAEM Lyon’s Periodical Drops THE QBE AT- FEMALE B1M1DT Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are better than all Fills. Fowders, And Guack Preparations. Lyon’s Periodical Drops, Sure te do Good and cannot do Harm. Price, $1 per Bottle. For ul« by ail Dra(,t*u. At whelenle by W. F Phillips, H. H. Uay ft Co., Portland. aug22 eodly Female STRENGTHENING CORDIAL. This Modieine is of long tried efficacy for correct ing all disorders incidental to tbs feminise sex. That tho afflicted may feel assured that this Cordial ft truly valuable and worthy their confidence,—not ono of those secret compounds purposed to destroy healthy action. 1 add a few testimonials from phys icians whom all, favoring the Electric and Reformed Practice of M- licine, respect. DR. WILL \RD C. GEORGE,formerly Profeseor in tn« Woroeausr Medical College, aad President ef the Electric Medical Society, Maas., speaks ef it La the following terms: *4I have used the Female Strengthening Cordial similar to that preparation by DR. GKO. W SWEPT. 106 Hanover Street, and 1 regard it as one of the beet Medioinee for Female Complaints that can be found.” DR. J. KING, Author of” Woman: Her Dis eases and their Treatment,” says ‘‘This Medial n« appears to eaert a specific influ ence on the Uterus. It is a valuable agent in all de rangements of the Female Reproductive Organs.” DR SMITH. President of the New York Asso ciation of Botanic Physicians, says: ” No Female, if in delicate health, shoud omit the timely use of this valuable Cordial. 1 owe much ot my success in midwifery to the use of this Medi cine.” MOIUERS AND MARRIED LADIES The following from Dr. FAY is worthy yonr no tice : ” Asa general remedy for Female Complaints this 4 Cordial’ is a very valuable one. but by the Profes sion it is esteemed more highly for its good result 1 during Confinement in relieving the great suffering attendant upon childbirth. 1 acknowledge with Dr. Smith that much of my success in midwifery is dne to the use of this medicine. It strengthens both mother and child. In each cases 1 follow the di rections of Prof. King, by allowing my patients to use it a few weeks previous to confinement, as by the energy it imparts to the uterine nervous system the labor will bo very much facilitated, aad removes the scrape which many females are liable to. Ne women, if she knew the greet velueof this Strength ening Cordiel would fell to use it. ” I heve received numerous testimonials from diff erent parts of the country where used. Knowing the good it is capable of doing, I w II warrant every bottle of my *• Cordial" to be satisfactory in its re sults. a uc luuuwmiijrm^ium* mmcaie in ok* snecuons in which the Female Strengthening Cordial has proved invaluable: Indisposition to Exertion. Wakefulness, Uneasi ness, Depression of Spirits, Trembling, Lots of Power, Pain in the Back, Alternate Chills, and Flushing of Heart, Dragging Sensation at tho Lower Part of the Body, Headache, Languor, Aoh ing Along the thighs, latolerence of Light and Bound, rale Countenance. Derangement ot the Stomach and Bowels, Difficult Breathing, Hysteria, Ac.. Ac. It is a specific remedy in all Uterine Diseases, Chlorosis ot Green Sickness, Irregularity, Fainfhl ness, Proftise or Suppression or Customary Dis charges. Loucorrhsca or Whites, Scirrhus or Uloar ate State ot the Uterus, 8terility, Ac No better Tonic can possibly be put up than this, and none less likely to do barm, and it is eompoeed wholly of vegetable agents, and such as we have known to be valuable, and have need for many years. FK1CE, One Dollar Per Bottle, or sin bottles for *6. Should your druggist not have U, send directly to us, and when six bottles or more are ordered we will pay all expenses, and have it securely packed from observation. Be sure and get that prepared at the New England Botanic Depot. 106 Hanover St. Boston. GEO. W. 8WETT, M. D., Proprietor. H. H. 1IAY, Agent, Portland. mch8eod6m OKA FT8 A WILLIAMS. Successor* to J. W. IIUNNEWELL A Co., No. 6 < 7 A 8 Commercial Wharf, Bostop. Importers snd Wholesale Dealers in I>mg», Medi cines, Paints, Oils, Dye Sturt, Manufacturers, ar ticles and Chemicals. Manufacturers of Copal Far nishes, Japan Ac. Agents for Forest River Lead Mystio Lead Co. French and America* X%ne, Druggist's. Perfumers and Liquor Labels. General Agents for J. L. Uunnewell's Universal Cough Rem edy , Tolu Anodyne and Electric Fills. mch&eodftm For C'ossghe, Cold* and Ceissaptlcn. THE Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam is the meet highly approved medicine ever discovered. It has stood the best of all tests, Tissse, having had an unprecedented sale of nearly forty years. It Is recommended by our best physicians, our most emi nent citiscns, the Press, the TYade.im tact by all who know it. For oertlfloates, which can be given to almost any extent, see wrappers to each bottle. The proprietors will cheerfally refund the money 11 not ent rely satilfhotory. Price 60 oentsand If: the large bottles much the cheapest. Re eare/Sd to get the genuine, which is prepared only by REED, CUT TER A CO., Wholesale Druggists, Boston. Sold in Portland by dealers generally. H. H. HAY, Druggist, corner Middle and Free streets, Wholesale Agent. dee8 isd6w Ordinance Agaimt Dobs. City or Pobtlavd. Marshal's Orrio, I May 2d. 1864. f Sbctiok 1.—No dog shall be permitted to go at large or loose in any street lane, allev. court or trav eled way, or In any’uuinelosed or public pises in this city, until tbeewuer or keeper ef such dog, or the head ot the family, er the keeper of the bouse, store, shop, office, or other place where such dog Is kept or harbored, shall have paid the City Marshal twe dollars for a licese for such dog to go at large. Snc. 7 —In case any dog shall ba found loose or going at large, contrary to any of the frregoing provisions, the owneror keeper thereof, or the heal of the family or keeper of the house, store, efflee, or other place where such dog Is keptor harbored.shall forfeit and pay a sum not exceeding ten dollars. may6d2m JOHN B. UEALD, City Marthid. MEDICAL. MORE TESTIMONIALS ! MRS. MANCHESTER It constantly receiving unsolicited testimonial* at the astonishing cure* performed by her. Among many recently reoelved are the following, which are oommeaded to the notioe of the afflicted. Mr*. Haa oheeter may be eoaealted at No. II Clapp’a Block,Room A CASK OW SPINAL DISEASE CURED Tbls Is to oertlfy that I went to see Mrs. Manchor tar last March with a daughter of mine troubled with spinal disease, for which she had been doctored for five years, and by a number ol physicians of II kinds; and she has had twenty-one application* ol eleetrioity applied, but all to no effect; but she ooa tlnually grew worse. 1 came to the conclusion, as the last resort, to go and see Mrs. Manchester, and did so; and to my great surprise she told me the drst a use ol the disease, and how she had been from time to time, whioh encouraged me to try her medicine*. I did so. and now my daughter is able to be around the house all ol the time. She also rides tea or If teen milee without any trouble or Inoonvenienoe.aad I think la a short time the will be sectored to perfect health, linoe my daughter has been doctoring, I have heard of a great many eases that Mrs. Manehse ter has cured. I think If any person deserves pat ronage, It is the one who trice to preserve the health of the siok and suffering; and I know that she uses every effort which lice la hsr power to benefit her patients. Sanaa L. ksieiva Gnouan Kniena, biiiiiua. *•—»»<D>, Mm, ilfWt Itt. OMB OB TBB ORB A TB8T CURBS on RBCOBD. Hmi. Miionrm—Door Madam:— Thinking a Hatemen t of my cue may be of eerHoe to otben •imilarly afflicted, I haeteo to ft re tt to yoa. Tbia la briefly my aaae—I waa taken ilok about II month* ago with the Liver Complaint in a very bad form. I applied to four different phyaieiana, bat re ceived no benaflt until I called on yoa. At that time I had gtron ap baataau, and waa in a very bad atate, bat after taking yoar medicine for a abort time I be gan to raoorer, aad la two monthe I waa entirely wall, aad had gained aereral pounda of leah, aad mb truly any that by yoar akill I am a perfectly heat hy man. Joe are Dana. Bottom t Malar Doped, Portland, Mt. A RB MARK AS LB CURB OP A CASK OP BRO ST CURBD BT MBS. MAlfCBBSTBR. Thia la to certify that I hare been eared of the Dropey of fifteen yean ■ tending by Jfra. Mooched tor. I hare been to phyaieiana in Boetoa. Hew Tort aad Philadelphia. They all told me that they ooal 1 do nothing for me, nnleaa they Upped me, aad ae rated me that by Upping 1 could lire bat a abort time. I had nude ap my mind to go home aad lira aa long aa 1 eoaid with the dleeaae, and then die. Oa my way hoeae I etoyed over night in Portland with a friend of miae, and told tham what py mind waa a regard to my dleeaae. They finally pereeaded me to go aad aee Mra. Maaeheeter. She aramtnad me aad told me my aaae exactly. I waa ao maeh aetoniahed to think that ahe told me correctly, that I told her that I woald taka her modi cinee, not haring the leaat Ihith that they woald am any good, or that I ahoald get the alighteet relief from aay oourae whatever; finally 1 took the medi cine aad went home. In one week from the time I commenced taking the medicine, I had over three galloae of water pace me in aeven boara; aad my fel low aaflbrera may be aaaored that tt waa a grant relict to me. I had not been able to lie dowa la bed at eight before thia for two yean. How I can lie do' with perfect com. I hare taken her medicine , eight month*, aad am aa well aa any man eoaid a, to be. and ao eigne of dropay. 1 would edriu that are eiok to go aad cone alt Jfra. Matched:. even if they hare been given ap by other j k detune. I hare aeat her a number ef aaaea ef otU dMaaaoa, aad ahe haa eared them alee, (to aad for youreelree. I had ao faith, bat bow my faith eaaaet be eheked U her akill la telling and earing fiieeaea. Cbablbb B. Habibow, Babab I. Haxxoi, Hast A. H abb on. —- aw _ ■-o-re ax MMMpvr g dspmav | dyv m sibbo Otfiob Houna-From 8 A. M.OU IT. M. aaglT iaAoatal edly DB. J. B. HUGHES cab aa rocxD at aia PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, Nffl. » Temple Street, WHERE he can be aonralted privately, and with the atmoat confidence by the afflicted, at all houra daily, from 8 a. m. to • r. a. Hr. U addreaee* tboee who are aafibrtng under the affliction of privaU dleeaae, whether ariaing from Impure connection or the terrible vice of eelfabuae. Devoting hla entire time to that particular branch of the medical profeaaion, be feel* warrantee in tlCAB ABTBB1BO a Ccnmn all Ca*bs, whether oflcu etanding or recently contracted, entirely removia the drega of di«ea«e from the tyetem, aad making perfect aad PKRMASBNT CURB. He would call the attention ef the afflicted to h feet of hi* long Handing and well earned repuUtloa fhrnHhiagraffloaeataararaaoeof hi* akill and ran earn. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Every Intelligent and thinking person must know that remedies handed out from general use should have their eficacy established by well tested exps riaaoa in ths hands of a regularly educated physi cian. whose preparatory study fits him tor all tha duties be mast lalfill; yet the country is flooded with poor nostrums and onro-alls. purporting to be the beat in tha world, which are not only useless, but al ways injurious Tha uafortanats should be rxaTio SLAB la selecting hie physician, as it is a lamentable Cl incontrovortablo fact that many syphilitic ce nts arc made miserable with ruined constitutions by maltreatment from inexperienced physicians in fractal practice. (hr it is a point generally coneedsd y the beat synhilographert. that the study aad man agement of these complaints should eagrose the whole lime of thoee who would be competent and saoeeasful in their treatment and cure. The inex perienced general practitioner, having neither op portunity nor time to make himself acquainted with their pathology, commonly pusrue, one system af treatment. In moat oases making an indiscriminate use of that antiquated aad daageroaa weapon. Her o*vy. HATE CONFIDENCE. All who have committed ca exoees af nay kind,, whether it be the solitary vice of youth, or the sting ing rebuke of misplaced oonddence in maturer years, SEME EOE AN ANTIDOTE IN SEASON. Tha Pnins aad Aches, and Lassitude aad Nervous Prostration that may follow Impure Coition, are the Barometer to the whole system Do not wail for the ooneammation that u -are to fol low, do not wait for Unsightly Uloers. for Disabled Limbs, for Loss of Beauty aad Complexion. HOW MANX THOUSANDS CAN TESTIET TO THIS ST UNHAPPY EXPERIENCE. Toang Men troubled with enUssioaa in sleep, a complaint generally the resalt of a bad habit la youth, treated scientifically, and a per loot oaro war ranted or no charge nude. Hardly a day passes bat wa are consulted by one or more young men with the above disease, tome ol whom are ae weak nail emaciated as though they had the oonauupUoa, and by their friends supposed to have IL All such c ucc yield to the proper aad emly correct eoaree of treatment, and in a short time arc made to rejoioe ia perfect health. MIDDLE AGED MEN. There art many men at the age of 40 or IS whoare troubled with too frequent evacaatiaaa from the bladder, often accompanied by a alight smarting of baniingaenaation, aad weakening the system la a manner the patient cannot account for. On exam ining urinary dep. -its a ropy sediment will often he foand, and sometimes small particle- of semen or albumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin milktah hue, again changing to n dark aad torbid appearance There are many men who die of this dlBoalty, Ignorant of the oaase, which is the SECOND STAGE OP SEMINAL WEAENESS. 1 eaa warrant a perfect care in such oaaee, and a foil and healthy restoration of the urinary organs. Persons whooanuot personally eoasalt ths Dr., can do ao by writing In a plain manner a description of their disease, and the appropriate remedies will he forwarded immediately. All correspondence strictly confidential and will be returned if desired. Addraaa, DR. J. B. HUGHES, _No. I Tomple 8t.. looms of Middle] Portland. WBsnd Stamp for droalar. Eclectic Medical Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. DB. HUGHES particularly invitee all Ladle* who ■aad a medical adrlaer. to call at hi* rooms, No. ft Tample Street, which they will And arranged for their especial accommodation Dr. li.'s Eolectio Renovating Medicinesarenarival* lad in efftoaoy and superior virtue in regulating all Female I regularities. Their action is speciOo aad certain of producing relief In n short time. LA DIES will Audit invaluable in all eases of ob«* •tractions after all other remedies have been tried ia vain. It l* purely vegetable, containing nothing ia the least Injurious to the health, aad may be taaea with perfect safety at all times. Bent to any part of the country with fnll directions by addressing DR. I1UUI1ES, He. ft Temple Street, corner of Middle,Portland. N. B—LADIEB desiring may eonaalt one of their Own sen. A lady of experience ia oonstant attend aaee. fenldhwly

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