Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, June 7, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated June 7, 1864 Page 4
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I SELECTIONS. Wanted—An American Soyer sta.ll any experienced cook in a first-class lien, surround him with all the appliances is art, place at his disposal a larder stock vith the choicest dainties of the season, : him plenty of understrappers, aud tell 10 Up his best, aud lie will be sure to pro e Tor your delectation a sumptuous repast, the cook who is uot only au artist, but a i of geuius, can do more than this; lie can >lve the debrix of the market into delicious . It was iu this necromancy of thocuisice ; Soyer excelled, lie could tickle the pal i of the poor at a cheap rate, as well as ex the blaze appetites of princely voluptua with costly banquets. Before bis time it thought that epicurean enjoyment aud uomy were incompatible, lie showed the 'Id how to combine them. When a terrl mortality — the result of bad cookery— vailed iu the allied army belore jjebastopol, ,ook possession of the military kitchens, converted the coarse rations of the troops i wholesome, palatable food. The doctors pronounced the camp epidemic beyond ir skill, but the great cook arrested it, and •ored the strength and stamina of the etna «d hosts. Vatel, Beauvillier, Carerne, and e were wonderlul artists, but they exer d their talents solely for the benefit of the alleged orders. They had no recipes for middle and laboring classes. Soyer, on other hand, was a mau of democratic in cts, who believed iu the right of labor to i well. famed, therefore, an American Soyer, to :h the American million how to turn cheap jlea into good dinners. The time has gone when families in moderate circumstances id afford to buy the choicest cuts in the rket. That golden age of the Republic uot be renewed in our day and generation, vcr. The present war will saddle us and posterity with a national debt nearly lal to that of England,Jand a pension list of nidable dimensions, and rigid economy I be a matter of necessity here, as it is there, b that portion of tho community upon ich the dead weight of taxation, alter suu shirkiugs and shiftiugs, aiway ultimately But altuougu small tradesmen ana journey : man mechanics can no longer breakfast on porter-house steaks, and dine on sirloins and i at ted capons, they might, with the aid of sci entific cookery, convert the coarser provis ion* to which their altered circumstances re strict them into better dishes than they ever ate in the palmiest days of their prosperity. The man who should leach them — or rather their wives aud daughters — how to accom plish this object would be a great public ben efactor. Moyer’s Crimean recipes for soups, atews and hashes would be worth ten times the price of auy book extant to hundreds of thousands of American families. They have never been published, we believe, but there are many scientific men in the United States who, if they chose to turn their attention to the economics of cookery, could give us re ceipts equally valuable. Who will essay the task ? It would be a labor of love, and, while profitable to the people, would bring a rich pecuniary return to the laborer. It would amaze the uninitiated to sec what can be done by a thorough artist of the Moyer school with the uuconsidered fragments that most of us look upon as the refuse of the butchers' stalls. The piece of neck of beef which the butcher tosses contemptuously into the poor man's basket, and which, cooked in the ordinary way, might defy the filed teeth ' of a Thug to penetrate it, could be transform ed by the magic of art into a dish upon which even an epicure would not disdain to dine. Take the other terminus of the animal — its caudal appendage. Most people suppose that Its use ceases with the life of the ox — that it was intended solely to wlii-dc away the flies. But those who have tasted ox-tail soup, prop erly made, know that it is richer and more nourishing than mock turtle, and quite, as de licious. It is a curious fact that, although everything that was once considered “waste matter” by the manufacturer is now turned to good account in one branch or other of the mechanic arts most of us regard with disgust the. coarser disjecta membra of the shamble*, under a false .impression that they arc only fit for dogs. Tbe same nourishing juices that pervade the loins of an ox circulate through its neck and its legs. The fibre is tougher, and there Is less fatty matter, t.tiat is ail; and these are defects which scientific cookery eau in a great degree remedy. me annual universal memoa ot treating tough meat i» the worst that could possibly I be devised. It is pounded and thbn overfried or overbroiled. By these means the nutri mental principle is first brayed out of the ves sels that contained it, so as to be easily evolv ed by heat, and then driven by the action of a fierce fire up the chimney. What remains is a dyspeptic mass, little better than india rubber. It is strange that we should have brought the principles of animal chemistry to bear upon the manuring of laud and the fattening of stock, and yet have neglected to apply them in our kitchens. American cookery, as a general thing, contravenes all the conditions laid doWti by Liebig as determining the com parative nourishing qualities of meals and vegetables. It is a positive iusult to philoso phy, as well as an outrage upon taste and di gestion. Wa want to see all this remedied, and dietetics elevated to the level of a science. Our shirts and our coats are cut by mathemat ical rules, and therefore they fit us; but we have no rule* (save'false oucs) in culinary matters, and therefore- our inner man is uni formly and most shamefully misfitted. Wanted therefore, as we said before, an Americau Soyer — or rather, as good a cnis inier as he was, with more scientific knowl edge. W'ill not some one of our leading chemists step out of the laltoratory into the kitchen, and taking a dexterous practical cook as his aid, endeavor to found a culinary system which shall combine sound philosophy with tasteful art ? Such a one would deserve well of his country, and we should lie proud to start a subscription to erect a statue in bis honor beside the bust of Schiller iu Central Park. The printed restilu of his investiga I tiocs, illustrated by recipes, would form the most popular book of the age. It would be well, however, that such a work should con S- tain directions for rationally disposing of the good things of lift). We require not only to be taught how to cook, but hou> to tat, and it might he well to preface this branch of the subject with the remarks which Judge Halt burton puts into the mouth of Aberuethy in “The Clock-maker.” They are rather coarse, but so pertinent that-we shall make no apolo gy for quoting them. Mr. Abernetliy is sup posed to be addressing adyspeptie America* who had applied to him for medical advice. “I’ll be banned." said he, "if I ever saw a Yaatee that don't bolt down his food whole, like a boa eon itrictor. How the devil can you expand to dunwt food that you neither take the trouble to dissect norths time to masticate ? It ’a a« wonder vou lose your teeth, for you ucvw «... thorn; nor your digr-tlon. for you overload it; nor your silira for you expend It on lie carpets, si stead of on food. It's disgusting; its, beastly. You Yankee. loa-1 yonr stomachs as a Devon.-ire man ta w, part, a- foil as il can hold and as faat V hTcSn pitch it in with a dun* fork, and nrive o« and th?n you complain that such . icud heavy for you. Dvsp .p,^ you moan. I’ll telI yen what, uk. hall ihe t.me to W**'/" d0 *“ dI awl out your words, chow your M M'“c“ do your tilth y tobmocu mud you’ll be well u\ » mouth.*1 “u If any savan on this sido of the Atlantic wishes to benefit bis couutry, and make a for tune at the same time, let him take our hint. A celebrated homeopathist has asserted that the stomach is the seat of the affections, and • If so what a popular idol would that man Le who should effect a wholesome revolution in American cookery and American masthutton. The Art of Carving. To be known as a dextrous table anatomist —one competent to dissect the lowis of the air, carve the joints ol (he beasts of the field, and slice the fishes of Ibu sea with neatness and dispatch—is to be liable to perform a heavy amount of hard labor without any ade quate compensation. Beware .therefore, if you are a good carver, of bruiting the fact. Let not your pride of htmd get the batter of your discretion. All men eat—few carve. The carvers, therefore, ate in some sort the ter vants of those who carve not. The latter are a superior race, who feed and wax fat on warm meats and sauces, while tbe former are coudcmned to forage ou cold scraps and con gealed gravies. The head of the table is doubipss the place ol honor, but we hold with the philosophical Falstatr, that honor may con more than it comes to, and with shrewd Franklin, that it is possible to pay too dear for the whistle. When the King of Siam has a bone to pick with one of his courtiers, he sends him a sacred elephant, aud tile ex pense of keeping, grooming, ami decorating the noble annual, ruins the obligating party. So when the “lady of the house’, pays you the compliment of placing before you for dissec tion all her turkies, roast pigs, and sirloins, her professed admiration of vo*ir anatomical skill is simply a cloak for a deliberate act of oppression. To any good carver, whose lot has been cast among the voracious tenants of a board ing house, we would say, conceal your gift Whisper not to your neighbor cn the right hand, nor on the left, that you are a brilliant operator with the festive steel. Do not even criticise tbe blunders of those ferocious per sons who tear the delicacies of the season to pieces by Kiaiu force, and distribute them in shapeless goblets to the guests. If you do tbe madam will be sure to take the hint, aud’ insist with many flue words, which, as Saucho Panza truly remarks, “butter no parsnips/’ ou I your taking the chair. Feed in discreet si* lence upon viands unskilfully parceled out, rather lhau get into peual servitude, as au ex pert. The complaisant gentleman who con sents to sit at the head of a boarding-house table is worse olT with regard to culinary com forts, than the peripatetic pauper who collects cold victuals in the forenoon and warms them up over his cinder lire in the evening. The beggar lias a warm meal for nothing; the slave ol the knife and fork pays a round price for a daily ration of leavings, and throws in his labor gratuitously. NOTICE -TO TH* BOOKSELiLERS! — AID — Country Merchants of Me. Wholesale Book Store! V —AID— PIBLISIIIM* HOUSE. BAILEY AND NOYES, Booksellers and Publishers, Nos. 56 and 58 Exchange Street, Portland, Maine, Arc now fully prepared to Supply the Trade! -AT TH* Lowest Wholesale Prices. By special contract, recently made with the Bos ton and New York Publishers, we are enabled to •apply any aud All of the School Books, Lied in this Stute, on The Most Liberal Terms. Having purchased the Stereotype Plats* from j O. L. Havboen fc Co., of thi* city, we shall in fu- | ture publish the valuable Berios of School Book* j heretofore published by them. This series, togeth er with our former publications, will make the fol- \ lowing List:— Norton's. Weld and Qnackenbot' Gram mar, The Progressive Grammar. By Weld k vjufckenbos. The Progreuive Parsing Book. By Weld k t^uackenbo*. Weld’s New Grammar. Weld's Grammar, (Old Edition.) Weld's Parsing Book, Weld’s Latin Lessons and Reader, Holbrook's First Book in Arithmetic. Jackson’s Arithmetic. B. ft N.. »l»o pabluh UkkbiiiAn n Arn-Avoi.'- ] utScBTU or Rapid Mercantile Writing, In Bight Parts, with printed copies at the head of each page, in exact imitation of Ihe Author's beau tiful style of penmanship. Wc call special attention to theta Mew Writing Books, As they are admitted to be the most practical Copy Books ever offered to the public; and they are now being rapidly introduced, having the lull endorse ment of the SapcriDteadeat of I’oblic Schools of the State of laioe. Besides the above list whjjch we publish, eur Spec ial contracts are for the following books:— Progressive Series of Readers and Spellers. Hillard’s Series of Readers A Spellers. ' i Sargent's Series of Readers A Spellers. Colton's. A Fitch’s Geographies. Brown's Grammars. Qreenleafs Series of Arithmetics. BLANK BOOKS, statioke hy 1 —AMD— ROOM PAPERS! A FULL STOCK Always On Hand ! _ N. B.-Booksellers or Country Dealers who are not coming to the city, may write to us stating aboat what amount they purchase at a time, and we will send them a M8T OF PRICKS, It wanted. Bailey- && Noyes, Publishers and Booksellers, ®® and 3S Exchange Street, Portland, IvTe. mav2Sd2m Maine Tied leal A««oclaUon. T»einh Annual Meeting of thl, Aooclatlon .1 '* the Common Ooanoll Caunber, « 1 oniana, on Wednesday morning, Juue 16.1864. pnHi__. «, _ O. JL.. GOOD ALL, .Secretary. I ortland, Mnjr 30 maySldU HOTELS. BAY VIEW HOUSE, CAMDEN. The Subscribers take pleasure in an nouncing to their friends ami all interested I in fludiug a first class sea-side Hotel accoru _1 modations,that their new and spacious Ho tel will oeop' nearly in June. It contains ail the mod ern improvement* and every convenience for the comfort and accommodation ol the travelling jub lie. It is finely iecated, commanding an unrivalled view of the Penobscot B»J The advantages of aes bathing and the facilities for iiahiug and boating, are unsurpassed. For its beautiful scenery and de lightful drivoa and walks, Camden is already favor ably known as oue of the most eligible and delight ful watering places in New England. Connected with the Hotel is a fine Livery Stable, horses and carriages having been selected with great rare. The carriages are from the best establishments iu the couutt y, and on the most approved styles, (steam boat landings easy of aocess; steamers touching ev ery day in the week. telegraph communication with all parts of the country '1 hose wishing \o se cure good rooms will do well to apply soon, as many arc already engaged CCSlirNt. k JOHNSTON, Proprietors Camden, June *2, 1868.—dtf Pleasant Suburban Ke»ort. C-AEISIcTilOTJSE, WEST BROOK. This elegant suburban Watering Place, j (located upon a pleasaut eminence near C'a pisio Pond, butij miles from Portland, hav 1 ting been placed in the most ample order by J_[tbe subscriber, he most resjiectfullv solicits the attention of the public, and cordially Invites a call from his old friends. The house is pleasant, retired and quiet. The furniture and furnishings are all new, and the rooms cosy and sightly. The tables are supplied with ali the delacacies 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 fine stable with roomy stalls are among the conveniences ol the establishment. A nice Bathing House sufTi.ient for the accommo dation ot several bat hers has been erected with steps projecting into teu tcet of water, and the whole se cured from observation by a floating screen. Smoking Arbors grace the banks of the Pond and invito the indulgence of the lounger. Hoping for a share of the public patronage the un dersigned promists to spare no effort for the en er tainmeutof his guests. UEO. W. MURCH. Westbrook, May 21, 1864. ma>21dtf Splendid Pleasure Resort! THE WHITE HOUSE, (YOBMBBLY WlLftOH HOUSB.) J. P. MILLER,.PROPRIETOR. This popular Hhtelhas recently been pur chased by Mr. Miller(ot theAlbionjand has been thoroughly refitted, renovated and re paired, and numerous excellent alterations J_[made. It is located on the Saccarappa road, about lour miles from Portland, affording a beautiful drive over a good road, and just about far enough for pleasure. It has a due 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 Sited, 106 feet long, for hitching horses. The ohoieeet 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. No effort will be spared for the entertainment of gueete. _ deol»-dtf HALLOWELL HOUSE REOPEN E I) I NEW FURNITURE ft FIXTURES! S. G. DENNIS, Proprietor. tWT The public are specially Informed that the spacious, convenient and well known Hallowbll House, in the center of Hallowed, two miles from Augusts, and four mi'es from Togus Spring, has been refurnished, and is open for the reception of company and permanent boarders. Every attention will be given to the comfort of gueets. Si T ABXjI NO, and all the usual conveniences of a popular hotel, are amply provided. Hallowel', Feb. 1 1964. mchtteodtf THE AMERICAN HOUSE, jjnDSHanover Street .... Bo«ton, The Largest aad Best Arranged Hotel 15 NEW ENGLAND. LEWIS RICE, Proprietor. •oltly CATARRH! -AID NOISES IN THE HEAD 1 ! CU RED BY INHALING .A- Harmless Fluid, OF AGREEABLE ODOR. NO VIOLENT SYRINGING Of the Head. TUK SENSE OF TARTK AND SMELL RESTORED DK. K. CSOODALE’S CA TAJtR H R E MED T. Dr. Goodale ha* combatted Catarrh until he has fought it down. It has been a long war. but bit tri umph is complete. Through all coning time his Ca tarrh Remedy will be known as the only one anti dote for a disease which superhoialist* have declar ed incurable. Catairh doctors, so called, spring up like mushroous, on ail tides. Ihe object of these pocket practitioners is money. They use dangerous instruments. Their violent manipulations irritate the already inflamed membrane. They never cure. Dr. Goodsle’s treatment is medicinal, not mechani cal. He does not believe in the force-pump system, which is working so much mischief. His remedy parses through the absorbents, to the seat of the dis ease, and obliterates it. it does not relieve merely for a day, bat for all time. Lastly, it costs a dollar a bottle—ao more. Dr. Bodge qf Jubum JY T. After having witnessed the effects of this Remedy in Catarrh, thus upeaks of it;—It is truly and un conditionally a Herculean Specific lor the » hole dis ease. Such an article ought not to be “hid under a bushel." and anv migwlio can invent so truly an efficient aud positive a remedy for such a loathsome disease, ought to be considered one of the bene ao tors-of his race, aud his name aud the effects ol his skill perpetuated. Yours respectful if, D. L DODGE. A. M. Pliny Mdet, the eeell-knotrn Traveller, And whose family physician Dr Gooda’e was for many years, savs—"if Dr Gcodale says he cau cure Catarrh, he can cure it," Ac. Price SI Send a stamp for a pamphlet. Dr R GOODALK’S office aud Depot , 76, Blocker street, one door west ol Broadway, New Yosk. H. H. Hay Agent for Portland June 2d, 1HG3. June2dly STATEMENT Of TME ittna Insurance Company, OK HARTFORD, COSH., On the lit day of November, A. D. 1S6S. ie required by tbe Law. of the Slate of Maine. The Capital Stock la.*1.600.000 <ihA with tht lurptus it tnrcittU or follow!: Real e.tale, unincumbered, *87,*68 18 Ca.li in band, on depoait, and in agent.' baud., 216,*60 66 United State. Stock., 612.847 60 State and Uity Stock., and Town Bond., 669.460 00 Bank and Trust Company Stocks, 1,047,270 00 Mortgage Bond., 331,960 00 Atlantia Mateal In. Co’.acrip, 1862-8, 16,886 60 Total Aa.aU, *3,026.87* 74 Amount of Liabilities for Lo.aaa *0* due or adjusted, *176.411*1 Amoant at risk, estimated, 116,616,47* Cl THUS. A. ALEXANDER, Kreeldent. Lucitrs J. Haanaa. Secretary. Hartford, Now. 7, 1868. J. C. CHURCHILL, Agent, No. 4 Iron Block, Portland Pier. decidtf PA KTICIPATION. Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company. This Company will issue Polices to be free after the payment ot six. eight or ten Premiums at the option of the insured and at rates as low as any other Company. I he issue of Free Policies renders it at the least equal if not superior to the participation companies. Office No. 1U2 Middle 8t CHARLES HOLDEN. Pres. EDWARD SHAW, Sec. Feb Id dAwtf. Oroam of XjIIIob, FOR THE 1IA1R. flllHS elegant preparation for the Hair it entirely | A fee’from a cohot, spirits srany injurious sub stance whatever. It possesses all the desirable ?ua,ities oj the b'st, and none of the rejections of 1 be Inferior compound The high reputation which this preparation ha* gained in private circles, iu this * city, ha* induced the proprietor to place it before the Public. Ihe / REAM Af LIMES Impxrta ■ luxurioua j brilliancy to the Hair, removes all unnatural dry* ntss ami harshness from the Hair—i* impervious to dampness and perspiration. It is the cleanest and best dressing for the hair ever discovered. Every Lady should try a Bottle. Prepared and sold by THO’8. li. LORINU. Druggist, cor. Exchange and Federal »ts. PortUnJ.-Juu* *■1S64 _ Juneldtf Book Card <* Panov Printing ■■AXLYinOVTSlr AT THE OFFICE OF THE FREE ag.w.m»meiu..l tv FOR SALE & TO LET. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOB BALE. Good Location for a Hotel. That valuable and centrally located House and Lot, No. 31 India street, lor so many Mill yearn owned and occupied by General 8amu* e! Fessenden, Is offered for sale. The Lot in 70 feet ou India street, extending back 171 feet—containing nearty 12,000 feet of land. 1 he House is throe 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 PUKE AQUEDUCT WATER, which is very desirable; also a large Wood House and Barn. This a good piece of property upon which to ma^e improvements. It may t>e fitted for a El RSI CLASS HOARDING HOUSE, or a SECOND CLASS HOTEL. Its near proximity to the terminus of the Grand > Trunk Railway and to the wharves of the Boston and other steamers, makes the location a desirable one for a Hotel. This lot might be improved with profit to any me* ohaflio or other person having means, by the eroc tion of Toneroems, its large depth affording ample apace tor a block of eight or ten buildings. For further particulars enquire of WM.U, JERRI8, Argus Office Portland. Deo. 8. 1863. decll MWFtf HOUSES AHD LOTS FOR SALE, SITUATED Oil Franklin, A Men, Washington. Montreal, Fox Mil Sumner Streets. PRICES FROM $1,000 TO $2,600. Also, TWO SMALL FARMS, in Cspe Kiizabetb. Term, liberal to .ait the purchaser. Enquire of KLBR1DQE OERHT, ap2.3 dlw oodtl Ho. 69 High Street. Farm for Sale. 1H Cspe Kiizabetb, 3f mile, from Portland Bridge, about 100 acres of well proportioned mowing tillage rasturc, wood and timber. About 800 cord, hard and solt wood. Cut. 40 ton. bar, Barn moat new, 8bby 60, Lumber tor It Story bouse—on the direct road to portlaud, extending 60 rods back, well located to cut into ten acre lot., and will be if requested Fence, (tone wall rnoetly new. Prioe $76 per acre, 26 per cent cash; balance can remain a number of year, secured by mortgage. For par ticular, enquire of BCuTT ill l.K, mcn30 d4m Valuable Real Estate for bale. 'VV/’E have for sale a very desirable House, cen f ? trally and pleasantly located, finished aud furnished from garret to cellar; everything in and about the house iu perfect ord»r; will be sold with the Furniture, which 0 iu good taste and in ftuo or der. Immediate possession given. I he honso aud furniture can be examined at anytime, and infor mation give by calling on HENRY BAILEY k Co., Auctioneers, maylddtt Farm for bale. In town of Scarboro', eight mil*, from Portland, containing about 40 acre* of good land, clay loam, aud tree irom ttonna—well w. oded and _i watered—cut* about in ton* hay. inquiie ol JOHN HILL, at Spice Mi,l«, No. 21 York street, neat to Sugar House. June 3.—dlw* Land on Free street for bule. - fit HE valuable real estate on Free street, known A a* the "Furbish property " The lot i* about 108 feet oo Free street and extends hack about 174 feet. Said eetate will be sold aa a whole, or the easterly half of the dwelling boose, with lot about 40 by 176 feet, will he aold by itself. Application may be mtdc to James Forbisb. Eaq on the premises, or to UEO. E B. JAl'KoON, julyldtf 69 Exchange street. A Desirable Brick House for bule T^O. 148 Cumberland street. The very desirable xl three story Brick House, recently the residence of Rev. Dr. Dwight. The house is w*U built and | finished throughout, and conveniently arranged, 1 and in all respect* one of the best locations on Cum 1 berlaud street. The lot is large—42 feet front 147 ft. deep. For terms inquire of JOHN C. PHOCTOR, Lime st. I mayi4d3w Building Loin For Sale. THE subscriber offers for sale two acres of land at Steven's Plains. Westbrook, in lot* to suit pur ■ chaser*, and at prices that cannot fail to be satislac 1 tory. These lot* arc situated in a very pleasant : locality, aud the facilities ofered by the Horse Itsil road for passage to and from the city, will render them yery desirable lots tor a re,idt nee. Enqaire of K. DUNHAM, No. 218 Pore street. Portland. May 17th, 1804. mayKdlm For Sale.' THE Dana property, so called, on Windham Hill, in Windham, oontainiog about ten acres There are on the premises a guod Two Story Dwelling House aud Bam, with other ont-buildins*. The property is pleasantly situated and the neighborhood uuexoeptiouablc. Performs. Ac., apply to DEBLOls A JACKSON, , Portland May 18,1864 . 69 Exchange St. maylSdtf For Sale. A SQUARE block of land, of about 78000 acres of wood land, on the south side of the river St. Lawrence, In Canada East It Is interceded by two considerable rivers with eligible Mill sits. Well wooded with every description of timber, such aa | pine and spruce in large quantities, aud maple, I berch, beech, tamarac ana bass wo dtf auv amount. Enquire of il. T. MACH IN, Portland. Portland, Feb. 1364. fleb&eodtf For Sole or to Let. CLIFF COTTAGE, containing over SO rooms,large stable and sheds—situated two and one-half miles from Portland, and the finest situation in Cape Elizabeth for a wa tering place, and summer boarders. For rrenquire of GEO. OWEN, ap7 dtf 31 Winter Street. Portland. IIoiim* For Sale. A TWO story wooden house, No. 18 Adams street, iV 11 finished rooms, convenient for two families; plenty of good water. For particulars inquire ol B. J. WILLARD. Portland. May 14,1864. mayl4eodif To Let. THE rooms over the store of the subscriber,corner oi Fore and Exchange streets, now occupied by Stephen Berry as a printing office. Possession given 1st of January. Apply to docttdtf BEN J. FOGG. For Sale. ONE Express Wagon, nearly new, can be nsed for one or two Horses, it has Pole and Shafts complete. For price Ac., call at No.4 Free Street Portland. apr 1 eodtf To Let. STORE now ocoupUd by u«. Pouewlon given immediately. Also, a Front Offioe in Hanson Block. JanS dtfH J. LIBBF.Y A CO. To Let. ONE STORK in Galt', Block. Applv to H. T. UACU1N, ap22 dtf JD. W. CL^RK." niAl.KK IX Silver Street lee House, and Office No. 3*1 Exchange afreet. A LL Orders promptly attended to aud customers xV supplied with the best quality of ICE. Price <\f let for the 8ea*on, 1S»>4. 10 lbs a day, from June 1st, to Oct. 1st, *6.n0 16.* •• “ 8.00 ; 20 “ “ *• •• “ 10 00 Forty eents per 100 lb*. To those who take Ice for the season, it will be de- j livered . arlier tbau 1st June and lateT than 1st Oc- : tol»er, at the same rate per month as during the sea | sou When not wanted for the full season, it will be delivered at the rate of *2 00ptr mouth for 10 lbs. per day. Notice of changeof residence, if given at then!- j fiee instead of the driver, will always prevent di*> j appointment. Any customer leaving town for two weeks or more ! af one time, by giving notice at the office, will be en titled to a proper deduction. Cumplaiut* against the drivers, for neglect or cart' I. ssness or any other rause. must be made at the of fice, and will lie attended to promptly. Portland, May 13.1864. raayl3d7w Dirigo Insurance Company Of THE CITY Of PORTLAXll. — Office No. Exchange alreet. Capital $200,000 fVlHIS.Company Is now prepared to Issue policies F on all kinds of property insurable against fire, at current rates A. K. SHURTLBK, President. JEREMIAH DOW, Secretary. Dibiotobi. J. B. Brown, E. S. Spring, I>. W. Clark, J. li. Carroll, John Ljnch, 11.1. Robinson. Trustees. St. John Smith. II. M. Payson, C. H. Haskell, Andrew Spring, N. O. Cram, Philip II. Brown, U. N. Jose, Jure. Dow, G. W Woodman, II. J. Libby, H. J. Robinson, J. N. Winslow. ft. C. Chase. AlvahConaut, Wm. Moulton. Portland, May 4, 1864. may5dtt CRA FT8 & WILLIAMS. Scenes»or* to J. W. IICNNKWELL k Co., I No. 6 6 7 ft 8 Commercial Wharf, Boston. Importers and Wholesale Dealers In Ihrugs, Medi- j cities, Paints, this, Dye Stuffs, Manufacturers, ar- j ticles and Chemicals. Manufacturer* of Cof al Pur- [ nlshes, Japan fcc. Agents for Forest River Lead Mystic Lend Co. French and Jmeriean Jfinc, Druggist's. Perfbmer*»nd Liquor Labels. General Agents for J. L. Huuuewell’s Universal Cough Rem edy. Tolu A noriyne and Rleetric Pills. mchStteodSm Evergreen Cemetery. THE 8ui>6rintendent of Evergreen Cemetery will be at his office, in New City Building, entrance on Myrtle Street, from 12 o’clock M. to 8 o’clock P. M., every day, except Sundays, to attend to any calls in connection with said Cemetery. Orders may bo left at the office at any time. *p%dtoaufl H. C. BABB, Superintendent. 1 ...... ■'-U.U.. .-90* j HAIL* aj APS, PORTLAND AND KENNEBEC H.K. SPRING * SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 25, 1864 rS£BgB2rv l’as«<-nKfrtr«i"8|t,ave.sko»hf,ra« for aua and Bouton, at S.45A to An l, «uA M. and Bath 12 lu 1- £ for Portland aud Botton at 6 So A, it.; Bath 6.30 A. vF?.r,I;;,L(0rB.*"‘'A“-u,,»’ w*'®r»ille,Kendall’, Mills and bkowhegar, at 1.101*. At. Portland for Bath and Augusta 8 16 P M 1 for Bcationson the Androscoggin Rail road will change car* at Brunswick. BB 1 i The i 10 P. M. traiu Loin Portland connects at Kendall « Mills with Maiuo Central Railroad for Bangor, Ac , arriving same evening, blages leave Bath For Rockland at 9 A.M . and 3 1 1 M. Stages leave Augusta for Belfast at 4 p M „Skowhegan at 0 10 P. to. for An,on. 00,011,&c. th„‘rU.Kl‘ Tiokft» tor all the station, on thi, and Bho.G,S .r.T|C0l“1U. H»,lr“fd’ «»» '-« procured in Boston at tho Kasteru or lioalou and Maine,tatlons. April 18. 1864.' “ CUaHMAN.Supe,intend.., Vork Ac Cumberland Railroad. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. - On aud after MONDAY, April , 1th., 1864, train* will leave as ^follows, until further notice _ River lor Portland at 6 46 "(Freight Train with Passenger Cars) and 9 16 a. m , and 3.SO p u. B Leave Portland tor Saco River, 7.46 a. m and 2.00 and 0,20 p. m. The 2.00 r. m. train out, and 6 46 a m. train into Portland, will be freight trains with passenger cars attached Mages connect at Saccarappa doily for South Windham, Windham Center and Great Falls. At Gorham for West Gorham, Stsndish. Steep Falls, Baldwin. Sebago, Bridgton, lliram, Liming ton, Cornish, Denmark, Brownfield. Lovel, Frye burg, Conway,Bartlett, Albany, Jackson and Ea ton , N. li. At Buxton Center for West Buxton, Bonney Ea gle, South Limington, Limington and Limerick. At Saco River tri-weekly, for lioliis, Limerick, Ossipoe, Newfield, Parsouslield, EthngLam, Free dom, Madi*on, r aton, Cornish, Porter, Ac Fares 5 cents leas when tickets are purchased in the Office, than when paid in the Cars, DAN. CARPENTER, Supt. Portland April 7,1864. dtf MAINE CENTRAL RAILROAD. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. 1 ruins louvu Portland. Grand Trask fcWiWnsution, f^r Lewiston and Auburn, nt 7.40 a. a. For Bangor usd Intermediate stations ut 1.10 r.M. RETURNING—leave Lewiston At 6.10 A n.. And nrrive lu Portland at 8.30 a. a. Leave Bangor nt .7.36 A. ■..and arrive In Portland nt 3 00 r. n. Both those trains oonnect nt Portland with trains for Boston Freight train leaves Portland at 8 A. and re turning is duefni’ortland nt 1 p. m. Stages connect with trains at principal stations, daily for most of the towns North end East of this Uao. C. M. MORSE, Sopt. Watervlllo, November, 18(3. deol4 GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY Of Canada. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. On and alter Monday, Not. I, 18(3, H^EVPI trains will run daily, (Sundays enoept ed) until further notion, as Ibilowt: V, Trains. Leave Portland for Booth Paris at 7.40 A. n. Far Island Pond at 1.10 r. >. Down Trains. Leave Island Pond for Portland, nt ( a. n. Leave Booth Parts for Portland at 6.46 A. a. The Company are not responsible for baggage to Any amount exceeding S60 in valne, and that per sonal, unlees notice b given, and paid for at the rate of one paasenger for every S600 additional value. C. J. BUYDUE8, Managing Director. II. BAILEY, Superintendent. Nov. 4,1863. bot6 PORTLAND, SACO A PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS. Commencing April 11th, 1864. Passenger Trains will leave the Bta tion, Canal sireot, daily, (Sundays ex oepted; as follows: Leave Portland for Boston, at 8 46 A. m. and l.tO I r.a. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.80 ▲. M. and 8.00 r. m. Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.00 ▲. a. and 6.80 r. M. These trains will take and leave passengers at way stations. freight trains leave Portland and Boston daily. FRANCIS CUA8E, Superintendent. Portland. Oct. 30.1863. oc31 edtf i - STEAMBOATS. Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. One of the following first-clan steamers of this Line viz:—Peruvian, Hibernia, North American. Jura, Bel gian, Nova Scotian. Moraviau, Da ; ma.-cu-, will sail from guebec. zviav Satcuday I Moknimo. for Liverpool via Londonderry. The Pkruvian, to sail from guobeo Saturday, i morning. June 4. Also the steamers St. David, St. Gkoruk, St. ! Anniiaw. St Patrick, tri monthly frura guebec I for Glasgow. Prepaid aud return tickets issued at f reduced rates. For passage apply to U. A A. ALL , AN, Montreal, or to J. L. FARMER, | mayl6dtf No. 10 Exchange street Portland. International Steamihip Company. Last port, Calais & St John. TWO TRIPS PER WEEK. On and after Monday, March 28, the superior sea-going Meaner /NEW BRUNSWICK. Capt h. B. _a Winchester, will leave Railroad Wliari, looi of State Street, every Monday at 6 o'clock P. M. and the Steamer NEW ENGLAND, i Capt. E. Field, every Thursday at 6 o’clock P. M., for r.astport and St. John, N. B , connecting at Kastpurt with steamer gueen, for Robinson, 8t. An | drews aud 1 alais, and with Stare coaches for Ma chias. and at 8t. John with steamers for Freder ; ioton and with steamer Kmteror lor Digby, Wind sor and Halifax, and with the E.IN A. hail road ■ for Sbediac aud all way stations. Returning, will leave St John every Monday and Thursday ai 8 o’clock A. M , for Eaatport, Portland and Boston. Through tickets procured of the Agents and Clerk on board Steamers. Freight received till 4 o’clock P. M , Mondays and I Thursdays. mayCdtf C. C. EATON, Agent. Portland and Boston Line. THE STEAMERS forest City, Lewi»ton and Montreal » Will, until further notice, raa a. follow.: Leave Atlantic Wharf, Portland, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Tbunday aad Friday, at 7o'clock P. M., and India Wharf, Boatoa, orery Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday, Ihursday aad Friday, at 7 o'clock P. M. Far.in Cabin..:.01.SO ” on Dock . l.ll Freight taken aa uaual. Th. Company ara not ro.poa.ibl. for baggage to any .mount exceeding *60 in value, and that person al, anleH notice ia given aud paid for at the rat. ol on. pauenger for every »50u additional valno. Fob. 18, ISM. dt/ L B1LLISUS. Agent. Portland and New York Steamer* SEMI-WEEKLY LINE. m » The iplendid and fast Steamship. T*TCT_‘" ' POINT,” Capt . WiLLkrTT, <■ V-tl KPand "POTOMAC,” Captain Sma mSIBwwd, will,until farther notice, raa aa follow.: Loav. Brown. Wharf, Portland, .vary WEDNES DAY. and SATURDAY, at « P. M . and tear. Pi.r • North Kiver. New York, ov.ry WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 8 o'clock, P M. Tbou veuel. are lilted up with Bne accommodation, for pauenger.. making tbu the mnet speedr. «afe and oomfortable route for traveller, between New York and Mala*. Pamag. *7,00, laolading Fare and Stain Room. Ooedi forwarded by this line to and from Montreal, Quebec, Bangor, Bath, Aagiuta, ICartport end St. John. Shipper, er. requested to send their freight to the I teamer. ..early aa 8 P. M, oa tba day that the* leave Portland. For freight or paanga apply te EMF.RY k FOX. brown> Wharf, Portland. H . B. CROMWELL A CO , No. 89 Wat Street, Hew York. Deo*. 1881. dtf 63 Removal. 63 J. M. KNIGHT & 80N, i'oiiitnis«i o n merchant*, And dealers in Country Produce, have moved to No. 63 Commercial street. Portland, May 10th, 1864. maylOdtf Weed's Patent Lock Stitch Sewing Machine No machine has ever made its appearance in the Sewiug Machine market which so hilly merits the appreciation and patronage which meet it every- 1 where. The workmanship displayed in its finish, the simple, yet scientific principles of its working its great strength and absence of friction in it* part*, the wide range of its capacity, sewing as it will the fines*- mus'in or the heaviest leather, nuikimj the ) glitch alike on Itth side*, its ease of management and its durability, render it just the thing so long needed, ytt so long sought for in vain. C. W ROBINSON k CO. Agents, Cor. of Congress and t reble street*. June 1—dlw The Cheapest Agency |,V)K collecting all clssses of claims arising from A/ the war is that of the “MAINE WAR CLAIM ASSOCIATION,” in which the expenses are controlled by a disinter ested Executive Committee. Applv in person, or by letter, to GEORGE F. EMERY. over the Portland 1'ost Office, 3d story. dawly Notice. THE Stockholders of the Portland Steam Packet Company *re hcrebv notified, that their annual meeting tor the choice of officer, and transaction of other business that may legally oomo before them, will be hold ob Wednesday, the 8th day of June, 1K64, at 8 o’clock P. M.at office of Company, on At lantic Wharf. WM, KIMBALL.Clerk. Portland ,jMty It. 1864, may ljdiojuned —Lrn.. juk i .1,1 jb.i vus~rmmer~mmm _MEDICAL. Good New* lor the Unfortunate. THB 1.0*0 BOUGHT TOR DISCOVERED AT LAST. Cherokee Ptemediy -All D CHEROKEE INJECTION. OOMPOUMDKD VUOM ROOT*, BARKS A VO LB AVIS CHEROKEE REMEDY, the great ndlan I>iu etio. cure, all di 'eases of tho Urinary t. gans,*ucb Rt Incontinence of the Urine, Inhumation of the uKidneyg,Stone in tte Bladder,Stricture, Gravel, Gleet, Gonorrhea, and is especially recommended in those cases of Fluor Albue, (or Whites in Females) whore all the oldnauseous medicines have failed. It is prepared in a highly concentrated form, the dose only being from one to two leaspoonfuls 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 which have induced dis ease. < HEROKEE I EJECTION isintended as an ally or assistant to the CHEROKEE REMEDY,in should be used in conjunction with that medicine in al 1 cases of llonorrhea, (llut, Fluor Atbueor H'kitcl. Its effects are healing, soothing and demulcent; re moving all scalding, heat, choadee and pain, instead of the burning aud almost unendurable pain I hat is experienced with nearly all tho cheap yuac* injec tiont. By the use of the CHEROKEE REM ED Y and CHEROKEE INJECTION-the two med.cinc. at the same time—al) improper discharges are removed and the weakened organs are speedily restored to full vigor and strength. For full particulars get our pamphlet from any drug store in the country, or write us aud we will mall free to any address, a full treatise. Trice, CHEROKEE REM ED Y. #2 per bottle, or three bottles for to. Trioe. CHEROKEE INJECTION, «2 per bo e or three bottles for 8i. Bent by Express to any address on recelot of the prioe. Sold by all druggists, everywhere. »R. w. R. MERWIN A C.., SOLI PROPRIETORS, No. 59 Liberty St., New York. Cherokee Cure ! THE GREAT 1 S D I AS U $ DICISM, oowrocwDBD mow aoora, bahks abd lbavb*. An unfailing cure Tor Spermatorrhea, Seminal Weakness, Nocturnal Emissions, and all disease, , oanwd by self polution ; such as Los. of Memory, Universal Lassitude, Pains in the Back, Dimness ol Vision, Premature old Age, Weak Nerve*, DitBcalty | of Breathing, Trembling, Wakefulness. Eruption. | 0B the *“*• ,'»le Countenance, Insanity,Con.ump tion, and all the direful complaints caused by de | parting from the path of nature. This medicine isasimple vegetable extract, and one on which all ran rely, as it has be. u used In our practice for many years, and. with thousands treated, it has not failed in a single instance. Its curative powers hare been sufficient to gain victory over the most stubborn cue. To those who have trifled with their con,Ututlon until they think themselves beyond the reach of medical aid. we would say. Impair not ■ the IUKII OKF.S erne wiU restore you to health and vigor, and after ail quack doctors have Ailed. For full particulars get a circular from any Drog •tore In the country, or write the Proprietors, who will mail free to any one desiring the same a full (rettiw in pamphlet form. 1‘riee, « per bottle, or three bottles for t6, and j forwarded by express to all parts of the world Sold by all respectable druggist, everywhere. DB. W. R. MIR WIN A C«., KOLB PROPRIETORS, j fcM eodfcwiy No. 69 Liberty St . New York. 1 KU,t,rI filnir DK. WHIGHT’8 REJUVENATING ELIXIR! OR, ESSEKCEOF LIKE. : nox Pun* Ybobtablb Extracts, CONTAIMII() NOTHING INJURIOUS TO TUB MOST DBLICATB. mHE Rejuvenating Elixir is the result of modern disooveries in the vegetable kingdom, being an I ontire,y and abstract method of cure, irrespec tive of all the old and worn-out systems. This medicine has been tested by the most eml nentmedical men of the day, and by them pronounc ed to be ene of the greatest medical discoveries of I the age. j 0ne bottle will cure General Debility, j A few doses cure Hysterics in females. ' One bottle cures Palpitation of the Heart. A few doses restore the organs of generation. From one to three bottles restores the manlines and full vigor of youth. A few doses res ton the appetite. Three bottles cure the worst case of Impotency. A few doses cure the low-spirited. One bottle restores mental power. A few doses bring the rose to the cheek. This medicine restores to manly vigor and robu health the poor, debilitated, worn-dow n, and de j spelling devotee of sensual pleasure. 1 he listless, enervated youth, the overtasked men of business, the victim of nervous depression, the i ndividual suffering from gouerat debility, or from weakness of a singe organ, will all dud immediate and permanent relief by tbs use of tbis Elixir or Es sence of Life. I Price t? per bottle, or three bottles for 95, and forwarded by Express, on receipt of money, to any address. Bold by all Druggists everywhere. DB. W. R. MERWUT ft Co., BOLE PROPRIETORS, No. 59 Liberty-at., New York. I i ——. ' CHEROKEE PILLS! SUGAR COATED. FEMALE REGULATOR. HEALTH PRESERVER, CERTAIN AND SAKE, For the removal of Obstructions, and the Insnranc of Regularity iu the Recurrence of the Monthly 1‘eriods. They cure or obviatethose numerous diseases tha, spring from irregularity, by removing the irregular- i ity itself. They cure Suppressed,Exeessiv© and Painful Men struation . They cure Green Sickness (Chlorosis). They cure Nervous and Spinal Affections, pains in the back and lower parts of the body, Heaviness, Fatigue on slight exertiou, Palpitation of the Heart Lowness of Spirits, Hysteria, 8ick Headache. Gid diness, etc., etc. In a word, by removing the Irreg ularity, they remove the cause, and with it all the effects that spring from it. Composed of simple vegetable extracts, they con tain nothing deleterious to any constitution, how ever delicate—their function being to substitute strength for weakness, which, when properly used, they never fall to do. All letters seeking information or advice will be promptly, freely and discreetly answered. Full directions accompany each box. Price tl per box, or six boxes for 95. Bent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of price. ; Sold by all respectable Druggists. i Dr. W. H. M ERWIN & Co., 1 SOLE PROPRIETORS, I No. 59 Liberty-st.. New York. ( fcbtWod Aeowl v » —— ■ I. ■■■!■■.. American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY! OF NEW YORK. Oapiml $1500.000, ■ ■•lire llulldlujc*. MerchuUdine, fleiiae liold Furniture. K« *u, Leuven, Vea* neln on the Stock*, and other Per* ••■■I Property at Law •a* man. SAMUEL BROWN, President. WILLIAM RAYNOR.Secretar. EDWARD SUAW Agent, 103 Middle Street, •ota? lyeod FANCY GOODS HOUSE, Wholesale! i> H. MERRILL, . d No 131 Middle Street, ( np stair*,) Portland, Maine. Bilk, Twi.t, Button., Binding., Thread., Tin., * Needle., Cutlery. Edging. Stationery, I.acing., J, rape, Ela.tios, Belta, Comba, 8u.pcnder.,Toyii, fee. a DKKSS AND TA l LONS' TNIMM IN US. ; b mableodSm 1 n BMMF'rsMB—raBrig'ii; «ug.. -»^gn— MEDICAL._ Lyons Periodical Drops THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! AUK BKTTKRTHAM ALL Pills, Powders A Quack Preparations* Lyons Periodical Drops! -AKI Sure to do Good&nd cannot do Ham. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! The Great Female llcinedy LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS' ill RBTTBB THAW ALL PILLS,POWDERS t QUACK PREPARATIONl LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARE SURE TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HARM. Lyon’** Periodical Drop* THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’* Periodical Drop* ARE SETTER THAN ALL PILLS, POWDERS AND QUACK MEDICINES. Lyon’* Periodical Drop* Are Sure to do (looil and oannot do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Cl rent Ft mule Kenedy. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS AKA A ATTAR THAA ALL Fills, Powders and Quack Preparations. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS SURE TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO BARM Lyon’s Periodical Drops THE QBEAT FEMALE HEMEDT Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are better than all Pills, Powders, And Qn&ck Preparations. Lyon's Periodical Drops, -ARB Sure to do Good and cannot do Harm. Price, 91 per Bottle. for nl« by All DrunguU. At wholoMl* by W. W Phillip*, it. II. Bs, fc Co., Portlaad. urfBeodljr Female STRENGTHENING CORDIAL. This Medicine is of long tried efficacy tor correct tug all disorder* incidental to the feminine lei. That the afflicted may feel assured that this Cordial *• truly valuable and worthy their con tidenoe,- not one of tboae seer, t com pounds purposed to destroy healthy action, 1 add a lew testimonial* from phys ician* whom all. tavoriugthe Electric and Uciormed Practice ot Medicine, respect. I>K. V\ ILI.AKD Kj. OFoKtiK, formerly Professor in the Worcester Medical College, and President of the Electric Medical Society, Mass..speaks ol it ia the following terms: “ * have used the Female Strengthening Cordial similar to that preparation by DR. CiEO W SWKTT. MW uanover Street, and I regard it as one of the best Medicines for Female Complaints that can be found.” Dlt. J. KINO. Author of** Woman: Iler Die- 1 ease* and that* Treatment,” sayt: •• This Mediciur appears to exert a specifle infiu- 1 ence ou the tterua It is a valuable agent in all de rangement* of the Female Reproductive Organs.” Dlt SMI I'll, President of tlie New York Asso ciation of Botanic Physicians, says: ** No Female, if in delicate health, shoud omitthe timely use of this valuable Cordial. 1 owe much ot mv success in midwifery to the use of this Medi cine/* MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES: The following from Dr. FAY is worthy your no tice: *• Asa general remedy for Female Complaints this * Cordial' is a very valuable one. but by the Profee sion it is esteemed more highly for its good result during Confinement in relieving the great suffering attendant upon childbirth. I acknowledge with Dr Smith that much of my saccee. in midwifery is due to the use ot 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 pret ious to confin-ment, as by the energy it imparts to the uterine nervous system the labor wi l be vegf much facilitated, aud removes the scraps w hich many females are liable to. tin woman, if she kuew the great value of this Strength- * ening < ordial would fail to use it.*' 1 have received numerous testimonials from diff-. erent parts of the country where used Knowing the good It is capable of doing. I w II warrant every bottle oi 07 " Cordial*' to be satisfactory in its re sults. The following symptoms indicate those affections in which the female Strengthens* g Ccram has proved invaluable : Indisposition to Exertion*. Wakefulness, Uneasi ness, Depression of Spirits, Trembling, Loss of Fewer. Fain in the Hack. Alternate Uhilk, and Flushiug of lleart. Dragging Sensation at the Lower Fart of the Body, Headache. Languor. Ach ing Along the thighs. Intolerance of Light and Sound. Fale Countenance, Derangement of >he stomach and Bowels, Difficult Breathing, Hysteria Ac.. Ac. It is a specific remedy in all Uterine Diseases, Chlorosis ot (ireen Sickness, Irregularity. Pain fa 1 ness. Profuse or Suppression of Customary Dis charge*, l.eucorrha a or Whites. Scirrbns or Uloer ate State oi the Uterus, Sterility, Ac No better Tonic can possibly he put up than this and none 1cm likely to do harm, and it is ooapocM wholly of vegetable agents, and su< h as we have known to be valuable, and have used for many year*. PRICK. One Dollar Per Bottle, or six bottles for 96 Should your druggist not have it. send directly to us, and when six bottles or more are ordered we will pay all expenses, and have It securely packed fh»m observation, Be sure aud get that prepared at the New England Botanic Depot. H*> Hanover St. Boston. tiEo. WSWETT.M.D..Proprietor. II. II. KIAY, Agent, Portland. mchSeodttm Fsr ConghM, Cslrfs aadJL'easeaptlen. TilF Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam is the most highly approved rntdlciue ever discovered. It hat stood the best of all tests. Time, having had aa unprecedented sale of nearly forty years. It to recommended by our best physicians, our most emi nent Oihssai, the Press, the If ad*, in tact by all who know it. For certificates, which can be given to almost any extent, see w rappers to each bottle. The proprietors will cheerfully t»*und the money to not ent rely satisfactory. Price 60 cents and 19: the large tattles much the cheapest He carefnl to get the genuine, which is prepared only by REED. CUT TF.R A CO., Wholesale Druggists, Boston. Sold in Port In ud bv dealers generally. H U HA Y. Druggist, corner Middle and Free itreeto. Wholesale Agent. v decAUddm HA YE bow baaabcfb** the public for nearly a year f hev are universally pronounced the icatvoi uml best tltiing collar* extant. The upper edge presents a perfect curve, free from he angle* noticed tu all other collar*. 1 be orav at causes no puckers on the Inside of the urn-downcollar.—thev are AS BMootli INSIDE tS OUTSIDE,—and therefore perfectly fres and a*v to the neck. 1'he Garotte foliar has a smooth and ovonljr tin- j abed edge on BOTH #U>K*. Tbaac Collars are not '•imply flat pieces of paper . ut in the form of a collar, but are xolpio ahd ' ! HAPKD TO HIT THE XKCK. They are made in ••Novelty ” (or turu>down *tyle)tn ( very hallsuetrom 12 to 17 inches,and in ■•Eureka,” >r Garotte, from 13 to 17 inches; and packed in 1 solid size" In neat blue cartons, containing loo : ach: also in smaller one# of 10 each.—the latter a ’ ery handy package for Travellers. Army and Navy HUcer* , SVRIIY COLLAR is stamped “Gray’# 1 ’atkrt Moii»*i' Collar.” Sold by all dealers In \|. n'# Furnishing Good*, he Trade supplied by IIA full. JOHNSON * Cu uh>oj ters and Wholesale Dealer* iu Mt-n’s Furnish. ' ig Good* and Umbrella* Si Dbvonsh irk 8t . Bo*. 1 oh. Mam. mch22eod8m « Ordinance Again*! Dog*. City or Pohtla*i\ Marshal’s OrncR, I May 2d, 1H6*. J 8RCTIOH 1—No dog shall be permitted to go at rge or loose in any street lane, alley, ccart or trav ed way.nr iu any uninelosed or public pDcein this ty. until the owner or keeper of »nch dog. or the i •ad o' the family, or the keeper of the house store, lop. office, or other place where such dog is kept p harbored, shall have paid the City Marshal two idlurs for a licise for such dog to go at large. Sac 7 — In case any dog shall be found loose or ! 1 oingat large, contrary to any of the foregoing "o vision*, the owner or keeper thereof, or the beta j f the family or keeper of the house, store, offiee, or [her place w here such dog I* kept or harbored.shall 1 ►rleit and pay a sum not exceeding ten dollar* 1 »>M*m JUUH «. UtAl.D.Utj 1 _ MEDICAL. MORE TESTIMONIALS: © MR8. MANCHESTER laconstantly receiving unsolicited testimonial* cl the astonishing cures performed by her. Among many recently received are the following, which are commended to the notice of the afflicted. Mr.. Man cheater may be consulted at No. 11 Clapp’s I)lo< k, Room No. A. A ('ASM OP SP/XAl MSP ASP. CUR F fi This is to certify that 1 went to see Mrs. Miochee ter last March with a daughter of mine troubled vi'b spinal disease, lor which she had been doctored for »ve years, and by a number ol physicians of 1 kinds; and she has had twenty-one applications ol electricity applied, bnt all to no effect; but she con dnually grew worse. I came to the eonelusion, as the last resort, to go and sea Mrs. Manchester, and did so; aad to my great surprise she told me the drst ease ol the disease, and how she had been from tima to Hue, which enoonraged me to try her medicines. I did so. and now my daughter ie able to be around the house all ol the time. She also ride* ten or If. teen miles without any trouble or inconvenience,and 1 think in a short time she will be restored to perfect health. Since my daughter has been doctoring, I have heard of a great many case, that Mrs. Matches ter has cured. I think If any person dt serves pat ronage, It is the one who trie* to preserve tbe health of the sick and suffering; aad 1 know that she asei “•* “ *“r «*> benefit her yitlnM. gansi l, Isiem UBonus KnillBTfi. fBBT k KlISlTI, ar—*». IMm, Ah^w.1 ££“*■— OHM or TUM QKMATX8TCCSMS on RMCOBD. Mas. ManonisTBB—Dcssr Madam -Thinking a statement of my case may be of service to other* similarly afflicted, I hasten to give it to you. This is briefly my case—1 was taken sick about U months ago with the Liver Complaint in a very bad form. I applied to foar different physioians, bat re ceived BO benefit until I called on yon. At that time I had given up business,'and was In a very bad state, bnt after taking your medicine for a short time I bu !»• *o recover, and in two months I was entirely well, and had gained several pounds of flesh, and can truly say that by yoar skill I am a perfectly heal maa. Jo* era Davis. Bottom t Maims Depot, Portland, Ms. A REMARKABLE CURE OKA CASE OF PRO ar CURED BY MBS. MANCHESTER. TM» !• to certify that I hare been cured of the Dropsy of Hfteen year* standing by Mrs. Mmekoi. f*r. 1 hare been to pbyeioiaae in Boston, Mew York aad Philadelphia. They all told toe that they ooall do nothin* for ia*. aniens they tapped me, and at eared me that by Upping I ooald lire tat n ehort time. I bad made ap my mind to go borne and lire a* long ae I ooald with the disease, and then die. On my way home I stayed over night in Portland with n friend of mine, and told them what my mind was a regard to my disease. They dually persuaded me to go and see Mrs Manchester. She examined aw aad told mo my case exactly. 1 waa eo much astonished to think that the told mo oorreotiy. that I told her that 1 would take bar modi oteee, not haring the teagt frith that they would me any good, or that I should get the slightest relief from any coarse whatever; Anally I took tha medi cine and went home. Ia one week from tha time I commonoed taking (ha mediciae, I had over three gallon* of water porn me in seven hours; and my fal low sufferers may be assured that it waa a great rellei to me. I had not bepn able to lie down la bad at night befora this for two yean. Mow I earn lie do' with perfect ease. I have taken her mediator eight months, and am as wall as aay man ooald t. to bo, and no signs or dropsy. I would ndtrit. that art sick to go aad consult Mrs. Monels, even if they have boon given up by otbar j h Meiaaa. I hove sent her a number of cases af oa. diseases, aad she has eared them also. Go and for youreeiree. I bad no frith, bnt now my frill, snnnot bo abated la ter skill la telling and curing dtssusu Cu.Bl.ns8. Hannon, Sanaa K. Hannon, Manx A. Hannon. • S mm for, Mates. AfrtlU. Omon Hocus—Prom IA M.till IP. M. an*IT lafcoutal edly DR. M. B. Hl'liKCS oaa an lotnrp at ail PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, !»•. 3 Temple Street, WHERE he can be eonsnlted privately, and with the utmost confidence by the afflicted at all hoars daily, from 8 a.n. to # r. n. **r H. addresses ibose who are salftria* under tbs affliction of private disease, whether arising irom impure connection or the terrible vice of selt-abnso. Devoting hit entire time to that particular branch ol the medical prelection, Ua feels warrantee ia oral anTnnino a Ctrnu in ALL Catas, whsiher ofloa standing or recently contracted, entirely removin the dregs of disease from the system, and making perfect and PERMANENT CURE. Ha would call the attention of the afflicted to h fact of his long standing and well earned reputation furnishing sufficient assnranae of his skill and too . CAUTION TO THE PCBUC. Every intelligent and thinking person most knew that remedies handed oat from general nee should hare their efficacy established by well tested expe rience in the hands of a regularly educated physi cian, whose preparatory study his him tor all the duties he most fulfill; yettheooantry is Hooded with poor nostrums and cure-alls, purporting to be the best ia the world, which are aot only aseleee, bat al ways injurious Tho unfortunate should he 1'aktio ulab in selecting hie physician, as it ia a lameulnbln 2et incontrovertible fact that many syphilltio ap ents are made miserable with ruined constitution* by mall real mint from inexperienced physicians la feoeml predict; for It is n point gen. rally conceded y the beet syphilographcrs. that the study end Man agement of these complaint* should engross the whole time of those who would be cnmietent and successful in their treutmiat and cere. Ihe inex perienced general practitioner, having neither ep portnuitr nor time to make himself acquainted with their pathology, commonly pusrucs one system of treatment, la most cases making an indiscriminate act of that antiquated and dangersa* wagon, Mar ClfJ. HATE CONFIDENCE. All who have committed ea ex ores of any kiad • whether It be the solitary vice of youth, or the sling lag rebuke of misplaced confidence in matureryean, SKMK TOK AS ASTIDOTK IS SKASOS. The Fain* and Aches, and Lassitude end Nervous Frustration that may follow Impure I'oilicn.are 4 the Barometer to the whole system. Do aot emit fbr tho consummation that is sure to (tal low, do not wait fbr Unsightly Ulcers, for Disabled Limbs, fbr Lorn of Beauty and Complexion. HOW MAST THOVSASDS CAS TKSTIPT TO THIS BT USHAPPTKXPKHIKSCK. Toung Hoe troubled with emimiene In sleep, e eomplaint generally the result of a bad habit ia youth, treated scientifically, end n perfect ears war ranted or no charge made. Hardly a day passes but we are coasalted by one or more youog men with the above disease, some'of whom are ae weak anil emaciated as though they had the consumption. and by (heir friends -apposed to hare It. All each e uee yield to the proper sad aaly correct oourse of treatment, and ia a short * an made to r^oioe la perfect health. MIDDLE AGED There are many men at tnens. _uoxre troubled with too fVequeul evacuation* from the bladder, often accompanied by n slight smarting or ' burning sensation, and weakening the system In a manner the patieat caaaot account for. On exam ining urinary dep- tits n ropy sediment will often be found, and sometimes smell particles of semen or albnmen will appear, or the color will be of a thia milkish has. again ehanginr to a dark and turbid appearance. There are many men who d*e of this difficulty,ignorant of the cause, which i* the SKCOSD STACK OP SKMISAL WKAKSKSS. I can warrant a perfect care in such exsee, and n fall and healthy restoration of the urinary organa. Person* whocannot personally eon-ulf tho Dr., can do so by writing in a plain tnanuer a description of their disease, and the appropriate remedies wiB te forwarded immediately. All correspondence strictly confidential and will be returned if desired. Address. DR. J. B HUG UFA. No t Temple 8t., [corner of Middle! Portland ■mead Stamp for circular. Eclectic medical Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. Dm. HUG HU particularly Invite, all Ladle, who ■ami a medical adviser, to call at hie room*. Ho. iTempleStreet. which the, will find arranged for heir cepacia! accommodation. 1 Dt. If * Eclectic Renovating Medtclaesare nnrtrat ed la effloacy and ■nperlor rfrtae la regelating all r"“**1 rregolarlUe. Their action ie .peciflo and ortaln of producing relief in a short timm^ aehOlhS will hadII iaealaabie la all oaeecof oh traction, after all other remediee hare been tried la Aia. It la purely reretable. containing nothing In X3srarsKS?- »•••*.: I Temple Street, oorner of Middle, Portland. doefrtngmay —wit one oftbel? •wfi eex. A Indy of •xperienoe in eonutant attend *••• innldAwiy JAMES EDMOND & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 13 LIBERTY KQl'AKK, . . BOSTON Are prepared to order al favorable rate., COLT, ms and ULkNl.AK.NOCK PIG IRON, Lt»o, BAR, SIlSST.t BOIL SR PLATS IRON, of English and Scotch Manufacture. WeshalleoBtinne to receive, In addition to oir American Brick, a regular supply of iNGLlSH. SCOTCH, k WELCH FIRE BKICJk mcbli eodttm

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