Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, June 10, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated June 10, 1864 Page 4
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SELECT 10 NS. j Uncle Toby on the Miseries of Printing a Newspaper. ‘I pity the priuter,’ said my Uncle Toby, ‘lie’s a poor creature,’ rejoined Trim. ‘How so?’ said my Uncle. ‘Because, in the first placa,’ continued the corporal, ‘he must en- : deavor to please everybody. In the ncgli gence of a moment perhaps a small paragraph pops upon him; he hastily throws it to the compositor, it is iuserted and he is ruined to all inteuts and purposes.’ ‘Too much the case, Trim,’ aaid my uucle, with a deep aigh; ’too — much — the—case.’ ‘And please your houor,' continued Trim, elevating his voice, and striking into an iuiplorable altitude, ‘and please your honor this is not the whole.’ ’Go on, Trim,’ said my uucle, feelingly. ‘The printer, sometimes,’ pursued Trim, ‘liit* upon a piece that pleases him, and he thinks it can not but go down with his subscribers; but,: alas! sir, who can calculate upon the human mind? Be inserts it, and it is all over with him. Tbay forgive others, but they cannot forgive a printer. Be has a host to print for, and every one sets up for a crime. The pretty miss exclaims — 'why don’t he give us more poetry, marriages and bonmott? — away with these stale pieces.’ The politician claps his specs on his nose, and runs it over in search of some violent invective; he finds none; he takes off his specs, folds them, sticks them in his pocket, declaring the paper good for noth ing but to burn. — Every one thinks it ought to be printed expressly for himself, as he is a subscriber; and yet after all this complaining, would you believe It, sir, there are some sub scribers who do not hesitate to cheat the printer out of his pay ? Our army swore ter ribly in Flanders, hut they never did anything so bad as that.’ ‘Sever!’ said my uncle Toby, emphatically.—[Tristram Shandy. The Chickahominy The Chickahominy Hirer, as a line of de fence, is peculiarly well adapted for that pur pose. It is a sluggish river, divided iu^o a half dozen streamlets, running into and out of each other at random. Tbese water courses occupy a space about seventy yards in width. Immense trees grow up out of the water, and the entire stream it covered by a thick wood. It Is a remarkable instance oi a river running through and watering a long strip of woods. From each side of the woodland a flat surface extends for about half a mile. This it nearly always overflowed, and becomes an impassi ble morass. It is only when the water in the river is very low that men can safely walk up on the ground bordering it. On these flat surfaces there is not a solitary tree. They are bare, and anything moving upon them can be easily discerned. Prom the borders of these plains, hills, in some cases two hundred feet high, abruptly rise. They are covered with thick woods, and are so sleep that wag ons cannot be hauled directly up their face.— The few roads go down them diagonally to the bridges, across the swamp and river. This Chickahominy Talley, one of the strongest in America, Is the outer defence of Richmond. From the tops of the hills on the one side, across the swamp to the hill-tops on the other tide, the distance varies from a mile to a mile and a half. The ordinary twelve-pound rifled Napoleon gun can just about throw a shell from one hill-top to another. From the Fred ericksburg railroad crossing down to New Bridge, a distance of eight miles, the Confed crate works are all along the hills on its aouthern border.—(Boston Transcript. Garibaldi's Oift to the Philadelphia Fair. According to the Philadelphia Bulletin, the Sauitary Fair possesses a real treasure in a souvenir sent by the Italian hero. The Bulle tin says: “ ‘Garibaldi’s dagger’ has become proverbial in Italy; it figures in his portraits with his far famed red shirt; it was borne by him in most <f his battles, and it has been tuug by more than one poet. It may gratify our readers to know that this weapon, which, though plain enough in Itself, has attained historical celebrity, is now in this city, having been, with the celeprated letter addressed to the ladies of America, presented to the Sani tary Fair dy Garibaldi himself, through the medium of Mr. Marsh, the American minister at Turin, and Mrs. John Sherwood oi New York. These objects, including the photo graph and autograph of Garibaldi, are now in the hands of M-. Charles Godfrey Leland. chairman of the Newspaper Committee, at i whose table they will be exhibeled during the Fair. A Contrast.—If anybody (aays the N. T. Independent) seeking for au instance of inde scribable basaueta of soul aud meanuess of speech—such as would auswer to point a mor al or adorn a tale—he may look long lie fore he fluds a specimen equal to the following urop pings from the lips of Frank Blair: "I ain for the emancipation of the slaves within the jurisdiction of the United States; and I am in favor of their removal to a coun try in which they can establish their own gov ernment and their own constitution. But 1 am for ntaiutaiuing this country for the benefit of the white people. I am opposed, while these negroes sojourn among us, to giving them lights over the white citizens of the country. 1 am opposed to clothing them with the privi lege of suffrage. [A voica—‘let them tight.’| I am in iavor of their fighting—if they will „ (Laughter and cheers.| I have no ob jection to their fighting if they will fight on our side.” In contrast with the above quoted remarks from a Republican who reflects no credit up on his party, we append the beautiful and no ble seutlmeuts of Bishop Mcllvane of Ohio, spoken at the late anniversary of the Tract Society in New York, sentiments which every gentlemanly, humane, and Christian man ou‘t to approve to the full: "Aud now, brethren, since we have been led thus far, let us have courage to be consistent with what we rejoice in. Let us face the whole proper result ol the providence we have been contemplating. Let the enfranchisement of our colored brethren to he a complete enfran chisement. Lot it not slop in the removal of the shackles till all are taken away. If the colored man is fit to be a soldier in the lull pay and uniform of our citizen armies, stand ing at least upon an equality of danger and trial with the while man iu defense of our Government and its blessings, he is fit to be a citizen under our Government, in futl liberty ant privilege. We must boldly face and hon estly accept that result. With me it requires no effort. God la leading us to it. All con sistency require* It. Our past history it full or inconsistency in that direction. We never acted up to the logical requirement! of our Declaration of Independence. God lie praised that he la making our path straight." A Good Jokk. A friend of ours, residing near the “hub of the universe," owns up to a capital joke. Several houses in his neighbor hood had been broken into by burglars, and he had provided himself with one of Colt’s latest, and made up hia mind to defend his castle to the last. One Sunday night he was roused from his slumbers, after wbat seemed to him a fifteen minutes’ nap, by bis careful spouse, who insisted that she heard a noise in th1! house, lie insisted that she was miatak eu, and merely turued overf or another snooze. Soon ho was roused again by the cry, ‘Ned! mrn- »«M*cwvujr iu we IIOUHC—1 CAD lieai them rattling the spoons.*’ This lime there was no denying the fact that some one was bustling about in the back part of the house, and ntir friend leaped from his bed, and “ac coutred as he was” eeiicd his revolver and started for the seat of war. A Taint light fllramered through a halt open door m the itchen, which was approached by a long sad narrow passage-way. Being a small man, and not knowing bow numerous or powerful the invaders of his dwelling might be. Ned decided that strategic considerations demand ed that he shouldn't be taken at a disadvant age and overpowered in that narrow pass. He wauletafalr open field, and a stand up fight. Accordingly he stole carclully for ward, threw open the door, and at the. same Instant Jumped Into the center of the kitchen, confronting his amaxed Bridget, who was building her fire for Monday’s washing. Ned changed his base,” with commendable speed. —| Concord Monitor.] Oream of Iain©* FOR THE HAIR. THIS elegant preparation for the Uair I, — • . fra*from acohol, tpirita srons inlwrfovu .Jr •Ijtpce whaltver. II potari,,, all Ik. itr.irjii, qjmttUa of I ho baat, and none of the objections of the luferlar nompouuts. The high reputation which this preparation has gained in private oirclee, iu this 5* .has induced the proprietor to place it before I iU6 JrUU'10. . C'KEAM OF LILIES inopart* a luxurious brilliancy to theilair, remove* ail unnatural dry* I Bess and harshness from the Hair—ia impervious to dampness and perspiration. It is th© ciemest aud i west dressing for the Uair ever dHcovsred. Every Lady thou/d try a Bottle. Prepared and .old by THO'S. 0 LORING. Drugyut, eor. ■xchangc and Federal >ta. Tortland. June 1,1864. Juneldtf ' Office PoRTi.AKn.8veo t Fortbmoptr ) RaILEOAU (’oMI-art, J Portland, May 81,18f,4 j TAIVIOEND No. 41 of this Company win h* Mr j.:.b&e16to *totkhoTvo&?:o££*;p Book Card & Fanov Printing VCATLT K1BCDTKD hr THE OFFIOE OF THE PRES 1 MISCELLANEOUS. | THE DAILY PRESS, CALORIC POWER JOB PRINTING OFFICE, N. A. FOSTER & 00., | Proprietors/ Fox Block, 82 1-2 Exchange St., PORTLAND, ME. Attention is respet fully invited to oar unrivalled facilities for executing in THE REST STYLE OF THE ART, Every description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. Our Establishment is lurnithed with all the ap>* proved MODERN MACHINERY, And our collection of Book and Fancy Types Will bear favorable comparison with any establish ment in the city. Business and Professional Cards, (Of arary rariaty, atyle and coat, PRINTED AT SHORTEST NOTICE. Bill-Heads Ruled and Cat ta the Neat est Manner. BLANKS AND BANK CHECKS, Of arcry dps jriytion sxscntrd in the beat atyla. Railroad, and other Corporation Work, does with promptneai and fidelity. INSURANCE POLICIES, RILLS OP LADING, TIME TABLES, and all aorta of LEGAL DOCUMENTS, at tkorl notice. Straw, lepsrti, ml all kitdi *f Paaplleli, Put np in auparlor atyla. Bronzed and Colored Labels, For Apotheaariea, Merchant*, and Fancy Oealara. got up la ibe beat atyla of the art. Wedding Cards, Note* qf Invitation, I’ititing Cards, List* qf Dan •e*, etc., etc., etf every variety and m»t, furnished at short notice. LARGE POSTERS, ’ ! Hand-bill*, Shop-bills, Progum mes, Circulars, And plain printlny of arary description. Alao, Kult and Ft,ur. wort, executed neatly, and on terms that caunot tail to satisfy. — THE DAILY PRESS Printing Office bason# of 3oper' Improved Calorie Enginem for motive power, and ii furnished with improved and costly Presses—Cylinder and Platen— from tb#j most celebrated makers. We have in eon* •Unt uis one of HOB'S LARGE CYLINDER | PRRHSES, capable of throwing off 2*00 Skttti an hour, one of Adam's Power Presets—the best book press in the world; Adam » and Potter's Fast Machine Job Free tee; Ruggles'superior Card Fret. Adams’ and Union large Hand Pr*t*cs, btand<ak Proas on. snd all tbs machinery necessary for a well appointed office. The Daily Press Jsb office is b<fkeved to be as well tarnished as any similar establishment iwthe btato. These sending order from the country may rely on receiving prompt attention. We execute »1 orders in the shortest possible time and in the neatest and best manner. We will do all kinds of printing as well and as j promptly, and as cheap aj any other establishment ; in the City, County or State. 0 | All orders for Job Printing must be diroeted to the Daily Frees Job Office, Ho. 82* (Exchange street. Portland. Ms. The Job Offies Is under the personal supervision of tbs senior proprietor, wfio is the CITY PRINT ER, and is himself an exps-rienced practical work man, and employs only well-skilled mechanics in this department of his work. The Portland Daily Press, The largest daily paper east of boston, and haring a larger circulation than all the other dailies in the city combined, is published at the Office in Fox l Block, 821-2 Exchange Street, every morning— Sunday $8,00 Per Annum, From which 12 1-2per cent, it diseounted tor advance rAYMLXTi. Semi-annual and quarterly subscriptions pro rota. Less then three months, sixty cents per mouth, or 10 cents n week. Mxqlx Corns 3 Cents. B3T“ Newsdealers supplied at the rate of two and one-third dollars per hundred. THE MAItfE STATE PRESS, The largast pnpor in New England, eight pages, la published every Wednesday, containing all the news by mall a-d telegraph, important reading /mucr Marine Uat. Ma ke! lU-porta. de . of the Daily Press, at the following prices, vi*: Single copy, #nr ye»rv la rarUbl l.aAvaac.. gB.OO F.r elajm—.b.. ,XIO Tw rl aba ml tsar er aaara all to the same poet office, each. ,#Ta Tw claba ef lea as- mere, ail to the •ame post office, each. tl.AO And a free copy to the getter up of the club Sobscrl,,lions solicited. Agents wanted in every toan. Postmaster* requet ited to act as agents. 1 >8TEK A Co., Proprietors. Portland June 1, 18M. dtf VS. MOTHS! The dense vapors emanating from Are rifling to insect life This compound Cam phor will aurcly kill mot ha; it**ingredient a of Frank- | incense Vetlver, ko., product quick death to all in areta breathing through theii skins. Cheap, effi cient, and of aaeet odors. Do not risk your valaa ble Furs.and nice Woolens without it Sold by.all Druggists, town and country. Each pnckag.sbeara the address of the makers, mayttdSw "**««•* OHSMiAX. Boston. | J. W. SVWES, ” ! Purchaser tor Euten Accout WD,k0u^^S;SdE^fflVK»LAB,,• geaerally. and BOu9u,|y^T<^K r.o. Bon 471. Chicago, Illinois. SmRiircu-MNiri.Maynard k Sons’ n s v Chiokering; C. U. Cumming* k Co.; 0. UBowdlear kCo.; Charles A. Stone; Hallett, Davis A Co of Boston, Mum. Cashier KUist Bank.Boston J.’n Bacoi^Esq^, President New ton Bank, Jewton C Jy»°?fil *rren * f,on*' Park Ctty.C ‘^^h'otIels Ocean House Re-Opened 1 The undersigned having leaded for the season this well establi-hod Watering place, charmingly situated cn the outer verge ot [Cape Elisabeth. With unrivalled lacili [ties for BbUiIak, Boating, and Fishing, Will open lor trnnilent nnd permanent gue»U on and after Tuesday, the 7th day of Jane. Kverv deni-dble convenience will be supplied for the pleasure and com'ort* ol ite patrons with regard to the requirements and character of a FIRST CLASS HOTEL. We feel assurod that < ur exertions, added to the unusual attraction* ot the house itself, will secure us the approbation and patronage of the public. t£TI'onitu'cly cloned on thn Sabbath. HILL k JORDAN, Proprietors. Cape Elizabeth, June 7,1864. dtf | BAY VIEW HOUSE, CAMDEN. Liflm The Subscribers take pleasure in an 1KI uouuciug 10 their friend* aud all interested {.VI in fludiug a first cisss s«a-ride Hotel accom IaHJI moda\ions,tbnt their new aud spacious Ho tel fUiMIfflearlyiaJtai. Itcontains ail the mod ern improvements and every convenience for the comfort and accommodation ol the travelling \ ub ie. it is tlnolv lecated. commanding an unrivalled ▼lew of the Penobscot Bay. The advantage* of sea bathing and the facilities for tiehiug ai d boating, are unsurpassed. For its beautitui scenery and oe lightlui drives and walks, Camden is already favor abi> kiiuwn as one of the most eligible and delight ful watering places in New England. Connected wiih the Hotel is a fine Livery Stable, horses aud carriages having been selected with great care. The carriages are from the best establishments in the oouutiy, aud on the most approved styles. Steam boat lancing* easy of access; steamers touching ev. ery dav in the week. Telegraph communication with ail parts of the country I hose wisbiug 10 se cure good rooms will do well to apply soon, as mauy are already engaged. CLSHINii k JoUNgTON, Proprietors. Camden, June ‘I, 1868 —dtf Pleasant Suburban Resort. CAPI8ICHOU8E, WEST BROOK. This elegant suburban Watering Place, located upon a ploaaant eminence near On* tiaio Pond, but miles from Portland, bar* il'iug been placed in the moat ample order by ,_Jitbe subbcriber, he moat respectfully solicits \im situation of the public, and cordially invitee a call from bis old friends. the house is pleasant, retired and quiet. The turuiture and furnishings are all new, and iherooms cosy and sightly. ’Jhe tables are supplied with all the deiaoacies as well as the substantiala or the sea* eon, and the service of one of the very best cooks In Mew England haveJxen secured. Extensive sheds and a flue stable with roomy stalls are among the conveniences ol the establishment A nice Bathing House sufficient for the accotntno dation ol several bathers has been erected with steps projecting into ten feet of water, and the whole se cured from observation by a floating screen. Smoking Arbors grace the banks of the Pond and invite the indulgence of the lounger. Hoping for a share of the public patronage the «n* dersigned prompts to spate no effort lor the en er* tainnaentof bis guests. GEO. W. MURCH. Westbrook, May 21,>»idtf Splendid Pleasure Resort! THE WHITE HOUSE,; (FOmMBBLT VIUOI BOBU.) J.P.MILLKB.rilOPKIETOK. A Thii popnlar Hotel haa recently bMB par ccflbckcliuod by Mr. Miller (ot th«Albion),nit hu , HSLWbeen thoroughly refitted, renovated and re ■jJ’fJwWpatred, and uumeruua excellent alteration, LBI'ufr >t ia located on the Saecarappa road, about tonr mile, from Portland, affording a beautim! drive over a goad road, and Joat about far enough for pleaanre. It baa a fine large Dancing Dali and good Bowling Aileya. In eloee proximity to the liouae la n worm and roomy Stable, containing twenty nioe atalla. There ia uleo n well abeltered Bhtd, 106 feet long, for hitohing boreee. The oboieeet Snppere will be got up for ilelgtting and dnnoiag partlea, who will find it greatly to their pleaanre cad advantage to reeort to the White iiooee Ho effort will be eparod for the entertainment ol fueta. ^ decl»-dtf HALLO WELL HOUSE REOPENED! *EW FURHITURE ft FIXTURES! S.O. DENNIS, Proprietor. The public are a penally Informed that the •raciona. convenient and well known IIallowbll IIooub, In the center of Hnllowell. two milee from Augiuta. and fonr rai'ee from Togua Spring, haa been refbrnlabed, and ia open for Ibn reception of eompany and permanent hoarder, Every attention will be gtren to Ihe comfort of gaeete. • TABLING, tad all the uanal convenience* of a popular hotel, are amply provided. Hallow*!', ir«b. 1 1864. mehUaodtf V. THE AMERICAN HOUSE, {jjKIlanover Street .... Boa ton, The Largest sad Best Arraaged Hotel IH HBW ENULAHD. LEWIS RICE, Proprietor, soldly CATARRH! —11D— NOISES IN THE HEAT) I ! CUBED BV IHHALIHQ A. Harmless Fluid, OF AGREEABLE ODOR. NO VIOLENT SYRINGING Of the Head. THE SEM9K OF TASTE AMD SMELL RESTORED DB. B. GOOD ALE’S CATARRH REMEDY. Dr. Goodale has combatted Catarrh anti! he has fought it down. It has been a long war, bat bis tri umph is complete. Through all oowing time his Ca tarrh Remedy will be known as the only one anti dote for a disease which superficial ista have declar ed incurable. Cats'rh doctors,sooalled, spring np like mushroom on all sides. The object or these pocket practitioners is money. They use dangerous instruments. Their violent manipulations irritate the already inflamed membrane. They never cure. Dr. Goodsie's treatment is medicinal, not mechani cal. lie does not believe in the force-pump system, which is working so much mischief, liis remedy passes through the absorbents, to the neat of the dis ease, and obliterates it. it does not relieve merely for a day, but for all time. Lastly, it costs a dollar a bottle—no more. Dr. Dodge (/ Auburn K. T. After having witnessed the effect* of this Remedy in Catarrh, thus speaks of it;—It is truly aod un conditionally a ilercaleau Specific lor the « hole dis ease. Much an article ought not to be “hid under a bushel,” and auy man who can invent so truly an efficieut and positive a remedy for such a loathsome disease, ought to be foundered one of the beuetac* tors of his race, and his name and the effects ol his skill psrpetuated. Yours respectfull*, I>. L DODGE. A. M. Pliny Alilee, the well-known Traveller, And whose family physician Dr Gooda'e was for many years, savs—“if Dr. Goodale says he can cure Cat aril), he eon cure ft,” Ac. Trice SI bend a stamp for a pamphlet. Dr. R GOOD A LT/8 Office and Depot , 76. Blceker street, one door west ol Broadway, New Voak. II. H. llay Agent for Portland. June 2d, 1803. junc2dly STATEMENT OF TME ®tna Insurance Company, . or HABTkOBD, CONN., Ob th« lit day of Korembor, A. D. 1988. u required by tbs Laws of th* Stats of Maine. Ths Csoltsl Stock Is.*1.800.000 and with the surplus Is invested as follows: Beal estate, unincumbered, *87,988 18 Cash in band, on deposit, and la afsnts' bands, 118,960 86 United States Stocks, 612,847 60 State and City Stocks, and Town Beads, 669.460 00 Bankaud Trust Company Stocks, 1,047,270 uo Mot tyuRc Bonds, 881,960 00 Atla.itio Mutual Ins. Co's sorlp, 1863-8, 16,868 80 Total Assets, *8,066,879 74 Amount of Liabilities for Loess* not due or adjusted, *176.411 It Amount at risk, estimated, 116,616,479 (V TUOS. A. ALKX ANDKB, President, '•uoioa J, IIaubkx. Secretary. Ua.~V°rd, Aon. 7, 1863. J. c. CHURCHILL, Agent, No. 4 Iron B,ock* Portland Pier. doe6 dtf __ PAifft,:,ww«» Portland Mntuaf >> Insurance Company. This Company will issue Police* to .Nt fro# payment ol six, eight or ten Premiums at the ot of the insured and at rates as low ** any otu. Company. The issue of Tree Policies re nder* it at the least equal if not superior to the pi rticipation oompanies. OMoe No. 102 Middle St. CHARLES HOLDER. Tree. rob 16 dfcw tf. “AW,**. ■WKWWi.MUii'% SJl^ FOR SALE & TO LET. houses and lots fob sale, BITUATMD OH i Franklin. Alden, Waabingtoo, Montreal, Fox and Sumner Street!. PRICES FROM *1,000 TO *2,500. AUo, TWO SMALL FARMS, in Capo Elizabeth. Tormi liberal to aait t be purchaser. Enquire of KLBRIDOE DERBY, »p23 dlw eodtf No. 69 High Street. Farm for Sale. IN Capo Elizabeth, 3J miles from Portland Bridge, about 100 acres of well proportioned mowiug j tillage rasture, wood and timber. About 600 cords ' ! hard and sott wood. Cuts 40 tons Lav, Barn most i new, 88 by 60, Lumber lor 1} Story house-on the | 1 direct road to Portland, extending bo 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 BCuTT DYEK, mendO d4m Valuable Real Estate for Sale. WE have for sale a very desirable House, cen trally and pleasantly located, finished and furnished from garret to cellar; every thing in and about the house in perfect order; will be sold with the Furniture, which s in good taste and in flee or der Immediate possession given. Die house and furniture can be examined at anytime, and infor mation give by calling on HKNKY BAILEY k Co., Auctioneers, maylddtf Land on Free street for Sale. THE valuable real estate on Free street, known as the "Furbish property " The lot is about 106 I feet on Free street and extends back about 174 feet, j 8 aid estate will be sold as a whole, or the easterly ; half of the dwelling house, with lot about 40 by 176 ! feet, wilt be told by itself j Application may be luide to Jatnc« Furbish, Esq., I on trie premises, or to CEO. K. B. J ACKnON, : July 1 dtf 60 Exobauge street. m. ueainiDie is tick House lor Snle NO. 148 Cumberland street. The very desirable ! three story Brick Mouse, recently t&e residence of Rev. Dr. Dwight. The bou^e is well built and finished throughout, and conveniently arranged, and in all respect* one of tbe best locations on ( um berland street The lot is large-42 l«et frout 147 fl. deep. For terms inquire of a0UN C. PROCTOR, Lime .t, may24d3w Building Lois For Sale. THE subscriber offer, for ,uie two acre, of laud at Steven's Plain,, Westbrook, in lots to suit pur chasers, and at prior, tlist cannot tail to be satisfac tory. Thee lot, are situated in a very pleasant locality, and the facilities offered by the Horse Usil road for passage to and fro* the city, will render them very desirable lots tor a residence- Enquire of R DUNHAM, No.218 Fore street. I Portland, May 17lh, 1804. maylTdlm For Sale. THE Dana property, so called, on Windham Hill, in Windham, oontaiuiug about ten acres. There are on the premises a good Two Story Dwelling House und Darn, with oilier out-buiiiiiu,s. The property is pleasantly situated and the neighborhood unexceptionable. >ur terms, 4c., apply to DEbuois 4 jaCkson, Portlai.<* May 1*. 1984. SU Exchange Bt. maylSdtf For Sale. A SQUARE block of lund, of about 78000 acres of wood land, on the south side of tbe river St Lawrence, in Canada East It is inturcraded by two considerable rivers with eligible Mill ills. Well wooded with every deaoriptiou of timber, ,uch a, nine and spruoe in large quantities, and maple, torch, beech, tamarac and ba«< wo d teany amount Enquire of U. T,MAC H1N Portland. Portland, Feb. 1884. feb&oodtf For Salr or to Let. CLIFF COTTAGE, containing over SO room,,large stable and sheds— situated two and one-half mlioe from Portland, and the floret situation In Cape Kiiaaboth for a wa tering place, and summer boarders. For I rs enquire of GEO. OWEN, ap7 dtf SI Winter Street. Portland House, Store and Stable Tor Sale,—No. 81 York Street. £ Tbe Store, with House orer the Store, con tuiniuc 8 finished rooms, together with e good Stable Lot about 80 by 100 leet. For sale low. Terms liberal. Inquire of JOHN C. PROCTER, Junct—dlw Lime street. For Sale. A TWO story House end Lot. situated on Port Ta land street, with Stable end other out buildings. Also two ndjoining lots containing about eight thousand square feet Euquiro of N STEVENS, No. 47 Portland street. juneMtf Home For Sale. A TWO story wooden bouse, No. 18 Adams street, 11 finished room*, convenient for two families; plenty of good water. For particulars inquire of B. J. WILL4HI). Portland. May 14,1864. may 14sodtf To Let. THE rooms over the sure of the subscriber .corner ot Fore end Exchange street*, now occupied by Stephen Berry ee u printing office. Possession gives let of Januury. Apply to dec3>dtf BF.NJ. FOGG. For Sale. OWE Express Wtgon, nearly new. can be used for one or two Horses, it has Pole and Shifts complete. For price fee., call at No.4 Free Street Portland. apr I aodtf To Let. STOKE now occupied by us. Poesesslon given immediately. Also, a Front Offloeln Hanson Block )an8 dtf_ HJLIBBFTACO. To Let. ONE STOKE Id Galt’s Block. Apply to H. T. MACH1N, upR dtf id. w. olark’ DEALKK IK ri* J 1 Silver Street Ice House, and Office Ho. 3d Exchange street. ALL Orders promptly attended to and onstomers ■applied with the best quality of ICE. Prieto/ let/or the Sttxson, 13<>4. 10 lb* a day, trom June Ot. 1st, 15. “ 8.00 20 *4 44 44 ,4 44 10.QU Forty e*nts per 100 lb*. To those who take loe for the imoo, it will be de livered earlier than let Juoe ancflatt-r than 1st Oc tober, at the name rate per month a» during the sea con When not wanted fur th*» full acason, it will be deliver'd at the rate of f2 OOpt-r month for 10 Ibe. per day. Notice of change of residence, if given at the ol< flee instead of the driver, will always prevent dis> appointment. Any customer leaving town fortwo weeks or more at one time, by giviug notice at the office, will bo en titled to a proper deduction. Complaints against the drivers, for neglect or care 1 .San' s. or any ether cause, must be made at the ol flee, and will be attend'd to promptly. Portland, May 13.1864. mayl3d7w OF TUB t'irr OF POUT LAND. "" iimn* no* tiunnnge sireei, Capital 9200,000 THIS Company is now prepared to issue policies 1 on all kinds of properly iusurable against Are, at cuneut rates A. K. SUL'JtTLKK. President. JKREMIAII DOW, Secretary. Directors. J. It. Brown. K. S. Spring, D. W. Clark, J. B. Carroll, Jonn Lynch, 11.1. Robinson. Trustees St. John Smith. H. M Pay son. C. H. Haskell, Andrew Spring. N. O. Crain, Philip II Brown, U.N.Jose, Jere. Dow, G. W Woodman, II J. Libby, II. J. Kobinson, J N. Winslow, 8. C. Chase. A1 vali Con ant, Wm. Moulton. Portland, May 4, 1864. maySdti THE BOSTON FIRE BRICK And Clay Retort Manufacturing Co., Works, 394 Federal street. Office aud Warehouse i3 Liberty Square and 7 Hatterymarch St. manufacture Flro Brick, all shapes and sizes, for furnaces required to stand the most intense heat also Furnace Blocks and Slabs, Looomotive Fire blocks. Bakers'Oven snd Green-house Tiles, Clay Kurorts and necessary Tiles to set them, Fire Cement, FireClay and Kaolin The undersigned will give their special attention that all orders tor the above manufacture are execu ted with promptness. JANES E MONO &CO. Sbllino Agents, 13 Liberty Square, Boston, mchll eodtttn TO SHIP BUILDERS. P. S. A J. B. HUOKIN8, COMMISSION MERCHANTS and wholesale and retail dealers in Ship Timber aed Plank. Have for sale at their Wharf, Central Squaui, East Boston.250,000 ljocust and Oak Treenails, 2,000 Hackmatack Knees, planed. Also Wimtk Oak Plank audTiMBBK.CHBSTNrT Boards and Plank White Pink, Dkck-Plank. kc. Particular at tention paid to Furnishing Oak Plank by the Cargo. meh34 d8in * O HA l TS A: WILLIAMS. Successor* to J. W. H0NNEWKLL k Co., No. 6 6 7 A 8 Commercial Wharf, Bostop. Importers and Wholesale Dealers In Drugs, Medi cines, Paints, Oilst Dye Stag's, Manufacturers, ar ticles and Chemicals. Manufacturers of Cot al Var nishes, Japan Ac. Agents for Forest Hirer Lead Mystic Lead Co. French and American Zinc, Druggists, Perfumer* and Liotutr Ixshets. General Agents for J. L. Hanneweil's Universal Cough Rem edy Tolu Anodyne and Electric Pills. mch&eodSm Evergreen Cemetery. mifE Superintendent of Evergreen Cemetery Trill * be at hi- office, in New City Bui ding entrance on 3arrt,e from 12 o’clock M. to 3 o’clock P. u <*ay, except Sundays, to attend to any calls £iouVltioC wtlhnMOmM•rj. Order, m.r b. >•!» »* the office «t any time *|aMto"a“l J».C. BABB, Superintendent. Ill I ■—UURU1MJL _uailroads. PORTLAND AND KENNEBEC R.R. j STRING fc SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 25, 1864 > LfflMUWn P»*“ngrr trains leave Bkowhegun for 1 fMi .WC1 orfana anil Bostou. at 6.40 A. M , Au- ! (us.a, ll.uo A. M and Baili 12 111 T. M. Augusta I l»' 1 ortland and Bostou atk.Sv A, x.; Buth 8 3o A. *'or Ao«ast», Watersille, Kendall’s Milts and Skowbegar, at 1.10T. M. Tortlaud for Bath and Augusta 8 16 T M Tasseugtrs for scatiouson the Audroscoggin Rail road wilt change cars as Brunswick I The 1 1U K M. train f oin Tortlaud oounects at ! Kendall s Mills with Maiife Ueniral Railroad tor i Bangor, k c , arriving same evening. ^Sjjlies lease Ba h lor Rockland at 8 A M and 3 Stages leave Augusta for Uelfaat at 4 P. M btaget leave Skowhegan at 8 10 T. 11 for Anson Soon, Ac. Through Tickets for all the stations on this and the Androscoggin Railroad, can be procurred In Boeton at the Eastern nr Bostou and Maine stations April IS, 1S8?: H CU8**^. 8 WUu^uv ' Vorl£ A Cumberland Kallroad. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. On and after MONDAY, April 1th., 1864, trains will leave as follows, until further notice: ttaco River lor Portland at 6 46 (Freight Train with Passenger Cars) and 9 16 ▲. m., and 8.80 p m. Leave Portland lor baco River, 7.46 a. m. and 2.00 and 6,20 r. u. The 2 00 r. m. train oat, and 5 46 a. m. train into Portland, will be freight trains with passenger cars attached. btages connect at Haccarappa daily for South Winahani, Windham Center aud Grtat Nalls. At Gorham for West Gorham, btandish. Steep Falls, Baldwin, bebago, Bridgton, lliram, Liming ton, Cornish, Denmark, Brownfield- Lovsl, Frye burg. Con way, Bartlett, Albany, Jacksou and Ea ton, N, U. At Buxton Center for West Buxton, Bonney Ea South Limiugtou, Liming ton and Limerick. At baco River tri-weekly, for Holds, Limerick, Ossipee. Newfield, Parson* field, Ethugnam, Free dom. Madison, raton, Cornish, Porter, Ac Fares 5 cent* less when ticket# are purchased in the Office, thgn when paid in the Cars. DAN. CARPENTER, Supt. Portland April 7, 1S04. dtf MAINE^CENTRAL RAILROAD. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. 3MMB Train* laave Portland, Grand Trank -W ^^■Statioa, fir Lewiston and Anbarn, at 7.10 a. a. For Bangor and intermediate stations at 1.10 r.a. RETURNING—laare Lewiston at 0.10 a. a., and arrive in Portland at 8.00 a. a. Leave Bangor at 7.M a. a., and arrive la Portland at 100 r. a. Both these train* eonneot at Portland with train* for Boston. Freight train leaves Portland at! a. a., and re taming is doe inPortland at 1 r. a. Stages connect with trains at principal stations, daily for most of the towns North and East oi this line. C. M. MORSE, Sup't. Waterville, November, 188S. deoil GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY Of Canada. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. rn^Mi On and alter Monday, Nov. P, 1863, trains will run daily, (Sundays exoept ed) until further notion, as follow*: Up Trains. Leave Portland for Soath Paris at 7.10 a. a. Far Island Pond at 1.10 r. a. Down Trains. Leave Island Pond for Portland, at 8 a. a. Lear* 8oath Paris for Portland at 6.16 a. a. The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding *60 in value, and lliat per sonal, unless notice is given, and paid lor at the rate of one passenger for every 6600 addition*! value. C J BRI DGES. Managing Director. 11. BAILEY, Superintendent. Nov. 1, lots. nov6 PORTLAND, SACO A PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS, Commencing April 11th, 1861. Passenger Train* will leave the Sta ■■■ tion, Canal street, daily, (Sundays ex oeptedias follows: Lear# Portland for Boston, at 8.16 A. a. and S.C0 r. a. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.80 a. a. and I.CO r. a. Leave Portamoath for Portland, at 10.00 a. a. and 6.80 r. a. These trains will take and leave passengers at way stations. Freight trains leave Portland end Boston daily. FRANCIS CHASE, Superintendent. Portland. Oet. 80.1868. ocSl edtf STEAMBOATS. Montreal Ocean Steamship Go. One of the following flrst-clias steamers of this Line vizPeruvian. Hibernia. North American, Jura, Bel gian, Nova Scotian, Moravian. Da ma»cui*. will nail from Quebec, avert Saturday MoRrimo. for Liverpool via Londoueerr*. The Nova Scotian, to Mil from Quebec Satur day morning, Julo il. Also the steamer! ST. David. St. Gkorok, St. Andkbw. St Patrick, tri monthly from Quebec for Glasgow. Prepaid and return tickets issued at reduced rates. For passage apply to U 4k A. ALL AN, Montreal, or to J L. FAK'IKK, maylOdtf No. 10 Exchange street Portland. International Steamship Company. Eastport, Calais & St John. TWO TRIPS PER WEEK. On and after Monday, March 38, the superior sea-going 51 earner NEW BRUNSWICK. Capt. E. B. ___ Winchester, will leave Railroad Whan, toot of State Street, every Monday at 6 o’clock 1*. M..and the Steamer NEW ENGLAND, Capt. E. Field, every Thursday at 6 o’clock P. M., for eastport and St. John, N. B . connecting at Eastport with steamer Queen, for Robiuton, St An drews and Calais, and with State coaches Tor Ma chias. and at at. John with steamers for Freder icton and with steamer Emi eror for Digby, Wind sor and Halifax, and with the E. ANA Railroad for bhediac and all way stations. Returning, will leave St. John erery Monday and Thursday ai 8 o’clock AM, for Eastport, Portland and Boston. Through tickets procured of the Agents and Clark on board Steamers. Freight received till 4 o'clock P. M , Mondays and* Thursdays. may6dtf_C. C. EATON, Agent. Portland and Boston Line. THE STEAMERS Foreat City, Lawiaton and Montreal Will, until farth.r notion, ru u. follow.: WHS* laar. Atluntlc Wburl, Portland, every Monday, Tuesday, WoduMday. Thuraday und Friday, ut To dock P. >., and India Wharf, Bo.ton, •very Monduy, Tnndnr. Wednesday, Thunday and Friday, at 7 o'clock P. M. Farcin Cabin...*160 •• oa Dock. l.u Freight taken a. uuaJ. Th. Company ar* not ro.noa.ibl* for baggage to any amount ozcaodlng C60 in value, and that peraoa. al, unlew notice I* given and paid for at the rat* of one pawenger for every (60S additional vain*. Feb. 18, 1863. dtf L BILLINGS, Agent. Portland and New York Steamer* SEMI-WEEKLY LINE. m. The aplendld and faat Staaaablpa sA "LOCUST POINT, " Capt .Willitt, ^Pand ‘‘POTOMAC,’' Captain Shbu mLJBwood, will.nntll farther notice, raa aa follow.: Leave Brown, Wharf, Portland,every WIDN16 OAT. and SATURDAY, at 4 P. M.. and leave Pier • North River, New Tork, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at So'cloek, P M. Theee vee.el. are 8tt«d up with flue aoeommodatlana for pueengen. making thie tb* meet .peedy, anfe and oomfortable roote for traveller, between New Tork and Main*. Paaaago *7,00, taoladlng Far* and State Room*. Good* forwarded by thi. line to and from Montreal, Qneboe, Bangor, Bath, Aagaata, Eaatport and St. John. Shipper! ar* requested to Mod their freight to th* •teamen aaearly aa 8 P. M., oa th* day that than leave Portland For freight or paaaago apply to EMERY A FOY. Brown'•Wharf, Portland. H. B. CROMWELL A CO., Mo. 84 WwtStreet, How York. Doa.8. 1*51. dtf 63 Ptemova.1. 63 J. M. KNIGHT k SON, Commission merchants. And dealers in Coantry Produce, have moved to No. 68 Commercial street. Portland, May 10th, 1864. maylOdtf THE subscriber hereby Hives public notice to all concerned.that he bar been aulv appointed aud taken upon hiinstdf the trust ol Administrator ot the estate of SAMUEL II. KING. lateof Portland, in the County ; erased, by giving bond as the law directs; he there fore requests all persons who are indebted to the said deceased's estate, to make immediate payment; and those who have any demands thereon, to exhibit the same for settlement to MARQUIS F. KING. 1 Portland May 17.1*64. roayl6eod3w* TO CLEAR T E HOt SEOF FLIEN V$e Hitcher'$ Celebrated LIGHTNING FLY-KILLER, j A reat, cheap artiole, easy to use. Every sheet will j kill a quart. Sold everywhere. june4dfcw8w j To Manufacturers, Ship Builders, | AN D persons desirous of Real Estate Investments, : th** folio win, property i« offered at food bargains. ! 30 lIou.ea at priori from #1600 to #6000. 100 *ou*e Lot* at prioeafrom ,300 to #3000 3000 Keet of water front laltable for wbarree Ship yarde, Mauuficturing Site*, fronting deep water with fine epring of water adjaeent thereto and n Pirtion of It adjoining the Grand Trank Rail Road om which freight may be deposited on the premium, mohi; 8m MOSES GOULD, 74 Mladic 8t. —in——m — _MEDICAL. Cood New* for Hit; Unfortunate. TUB LONG BOUGHT FOR DISCOVERED AT LAST. Cherokee Remedy -AND CHEROKEE INJECTION. •OMrOVXDKD WHOM MOOTS, SAUK* A»D LBAVJCO CHEROKEE REMEDY, the great ndlaa Dili* •tio, cures all di eases of the Urinary t gans.sucb as Incontinence of tho Urine, luflamation of the jKidneys, Htouc in the Biadder, Stridere, Gravel, | Gleet, Gonorrhea, and is especially recommended in thoee cases or Fluor Albas, ior White* in Females) whore all ihe old nauseous medicines have failed. It is prepared in a highly concentrated form, the dose only being from one to two teaspoontuis three times per day. It is diuretic and alterative in it* action ; purifying and cleansing the blood, causing it to flow in all its original purity and vigor; thus removing from the system ail pernicious causes which hare induced dis rate. CHEROKKK IFJRCTIOtf is intended as an ally or assistant to the CHEROKEE REM ED r, an •honid he ased in conjunction with that medicine in ail casesof Gonorrhea, Cleat, Fluor Albas tr White, Its effects are healing, soothing and demulcent; re^ moving all scalding, heat, choadec and pain, instead i of the burning and almost unendurable pain that Is •aperienoed with nearly all the cheap ,,aack inisc- ; tions. By the use of the CHEROKEE REM ED Y and CHEROKEE ISJECTIOS—the two medicines at tho same time—all improper discharge* 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 and we will mail free to any address, a full treatise. Price, CHEROKEE REMEDY, «2 per bottle, or three bottles tor MS. Price, CHEROKEE INJECTION, tl per bo e »• uvuto# lor 90. 8«nt by Express to any address on receipt of tbe , prioe. Hold by all druggists, everywhere. DR. W. R. MKRWIN ft. Cw.. SOLI PROPS tiroas. No. 68 Liberty 8t„ New York. Cherokee Cure! THE OR RAT INDIAN MEDICINE, COHPOt-NDRD PROW ROOTS, BARRA.ARD LRATIO, An unfailing core for Spermatorrhea, Seminal Weakness, Nocturnal Emissions, and all diseases oansed by self polution; such as Loss of Memory, Universal Lassitude. Pains in the Back. Dimness ol Vision, Premature old Age, Weak Nerves, Dillcnlty of Breathing, Trembling, Wakefulness, Eruptions on the Face, Palo Countenance, Insanity, Consump tion, and all tbe direful complaints caused by de parting from the path of nature. This medicine Is a simple vegetable extract, and one on which all ran rely, as it has be. n used in our practice for many years, and, with thousands treated, . it bus not -failed in a single instance. Its curative ' powers have been sufficient to gain victory over the moetftabborn cbm. To those who have triled with their constitution until they think themselves beyond the reach of medical aid. we would say, IJripairtuti: the CHER OKEE CVRK will restore you to health and vigor, and after all quack doctors have failed. For full particulars get a circular ft-om any Drug store iu tbe country, or write the Proprietors, who will mail free to any one desiring the same a full treatise in pamphlet form. Prioe, 82 per bottle, or three bottles for 86, and forwarded by express to all parts of the world. Bold by all respectable druggists everywhere. DR. W. R. MERWIN It Cw., §OLB PROP RIBTT'ttB, fbM eodfcwly No. 59 Liberty 8t., New York. ' RUiirl filiiir DR. WRIGHT’S REJUVENATING ELIXIR! OR, ESSE* CK OF LIFE. Pbetabxd »oi Pure Vioktablb Extracts, OOBTAIBIBO BOTHIM IKJURIOCS TO TBl Most dslicatb. rpHE Rejuvenating Elixir It the result of modern -*■ discoveries in the vegetable kingdom, being en entirely sew and abetract method of cure, irreepoe tise of all the old and worn-out cysteine. Thie medicine has been tested by the most emi nent medics! men of the dey. nnd by them pronounc ed to be one ol the greatest medical discoveries ol , the age One bottle will cure Genernl Debility. | A few doaes eure Hysterics in females. One bottle cures Palpitation of the Heart. A ftw doses restore the organs of generation. rV From one to three bottlee reatoree the manlinee and full vigor of youth. A few doses restore the appetite. Three bottles cure the worst case of Impotency. A few doses cure tb* low-spirited. One bottle restores mental power. A few doses bring the rose to the cheek. Thie medicine restore* to manly vigor and robn health the poor, debilitated, worn-down, nnd dn spelling devotee of sensual pleasure. Thelietlees, enervated youth, the overtasked men of business, the rietim of nerrous depression, the □ dividual suffering from general debility, or from weakness of a singe organ, will all 9mi Immediate and permanent relief by t ha use of this Elixir or Es sence or Lire. Priee $3 per bottle, or three bottles lor it, end 1 forwarded by Express, on receipt of money, to any address. Sold by all Druggists everywhere. DR. W. H. MEBWIN & Co., iOLK PROPRIETORS, Ho. » Liberty-st., Hew York. I CHEROKEE PILLS! SUGAR COATED. FEMALE REGULATOR. HEALTH PKESEKVER, CERTAIN AND 8AFE. For the removal of Obstructions, and the Insuranc ©1 Regularity in the Recurrence of the Monthly Periods. i ney cure or oDviatetmse numerous diseases tna spring from irregularity, by removing the regular ity itself. They cure Suppressed,Excessive and Paiaful 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 exertion. Palpitation ot the Heart Lowness of Spirits, Hysteria, Sick Headache, Gid diness, etc., etc. In a word, by removing the Irreg ularity, they remove the cause, and with it all the 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, whish, when properly used, they never fail to do. All letters seeking information or advtoe will be promptly, freely and discreetly answered. Full directions accompany each box. Price 91 per box, or six boxes for 95. Sent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of price, ■old by all respectable Druggists. Dr. W. B. MBBWIN ft Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS. No. 69 Liberty-st.. New York. feb&edAeowly American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY! OF NEW YORK. Onplial $1200.000, laaare Ruildtaga, Merrhandl.r, ll.aa hald furniture. Real.. Le-nae-. Vea a«U aa Ike Slack*. Had other Her aoaal Properly at la. Law. eat rrte*. SAMUEL BROWN, WILLIAM RAYNOR, Seo re tar EDWARD SHAW Agent, 101 Middle Street. ••OT lyeod FANCY GOOD8 HOUSE, Wboleiile. H. MERRILL, No 181 Middle 8treet, ( ap §ta<rs.)Portland, Maine. 1 Silk. Twist, Buttons Bindings. Threads, Pins Needle* Cutlery. Edgings Stationery, Lacings Tape, kaastics, Belts, Combs, 8usptnders,Toya, Ac. DRSSS AyD TAILORS' TRliTMlROS. mcbleodSm MEDICAL. | Lyon’s Periodical Drops TMEAREAT FEMALE REMEDY. I Lyon’s Periodical Drops! ▲ BM BITTER THAI ALL Pill*, Powder* A Quack Preparations* Lyon’s Periodical Drops! -ABB Sure to do Goodand cannot do Mara. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! The Great Female Remedy LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! j ABB BBTTBB THAU ALL PILLS,POWDERS f QUACK PREPARATIONb LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARE SORE TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HARM. Lyon’* Periodical Drop* THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY.! Lyon’* Periodical Drop* ARK BRTTRR THAN ALL PILLS, POWDKRi AA'D QUACK MKDIC1NKS. Lyon’s Periodical Drops to clo Good and cannot 1 do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Great Female Remedy. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS ABM BITTER THAI ALL Pills, Powders and Quack Preparations. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS -ABB •UJUC TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HASH Lyon’s Periodical Drops THE QBEA.T FEMALE REMEDY 1 Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are better than all Pills, Powders, And Qnack Preparations. Lyon’s Periodical Drops, Suro to do Good end cannot do Harm. Price, ft per Bottle. For Ml* by >11 Draggbt*. At wbolaaalt by W. F j Phillip*. H.J1. llay A Co., ForttaaO. msMaodly Female STRENGTHENING CORDIAL. Thu Medicine ia of long tried efficacy for correct ing all disorders incidental to the feminine sen. That the afflicted may (eel assured that this Cordial is truly valuable aad worthy their couitdence,- sot one of those seer, t compounds purposed to destroy healthy action, 1 add a law testimonials from phys icians stem all, lavoringthe Electric and Kelormed Practice ot Medicine, respect OK. WILLAKD C GkSoKGK,formerlyProfeeeor in the Worcester Medical* oliege. and i'raaident ef the Electric Medical Society, mass . speak, ol it in the following terms: •■I have used the Ft malt Strtnaf kroioo Cordial similar to that preparation by DK GEO W I SWi.1T. ion Hanover street, aid I regard It aa one of the best Medicines for Female complaints that can be round." DK. J. KING, Author of "Woman: Her Dis eases and their Trentment, ’' say a: "Thia Medicine appears to exert a specific lain- . once on the Uteius It is a valuable agent ia nit de rangements of the Female Keproauctive Organ* " DK SMITii, president of the Mew York Arne elation of Botan Ic Physicians, my,: •• No Female, if in delicate health,,hood emltthe timely use of this valuable Cordial 1 owe maeh ot my success in midwifery to the use of thia Medi etas." MOinEKS AMT) XAKKIED LADIES. 1>e following from Dr. FAT la worthy you no " Aaa general remedy for Female Complaints thia ‘ Cordial ia a very valuable one, hut by tha Profes sion it 1, esteemed more highly for ita good result .during Confinement In relieving the grant sabring attendant upon childbirth. 1 acknowledge with Dr i Smith that moch of my sacoaasin midwifery ia due to the use of this medicine. It strengthens both mother and ehild. la each ease* 1 follow the di rections of Prof King, by allowing my patients to use It a few Weeks previous to eonfla-ment, as by the energy it impart, to the uterine nervous system the labor will be very much facilitated, and removes the scrape which many females are liable la. Mg woman, if she knew tbagreat value of this Strength enlng cordial would laiTto use it." I have received numerous testimonials from dig. erent parti of the country where used, knowing the good It is capable of doing. I w II warrant every bottle of my “ Cordial’ ’ to he satisfactory ta its re salts. The lollowiagsymptoma InJicate those affections in which tha Ftmait Strsaylkcessp Cergtei has proved iaveluable: Indisposition to Exertion. Wakeful ness. Uneasi ness, Depression of Spirits, Trembling. Lam o< Power, Pain in the Back. Alternate ChiUa, aad Flashing of Heart, Dragging Sensation at the Lower Put of the Body, Headache. Languor. Ach ing Along the thighs. Intolerance of Light aad Sound, Pale Coontaannoh. Derangement el the Stomach and Bowels, Difficult Breathing. Hysteria, he., ho. Ilia a specific remedy la ntl Uterine Dktms, Chlorosis ot Green siekaem. Irregularity, Pain ful ness Profuse or Suppression or Customary Dtl c her res, Leuoorrhxa or Whites. Seirrhaa eg Ulcer- ! ate State ol the Uteres. Sterility, he. No better Tonic can possibly be pat up than this, and none lass likely to do harm, and it is nnmptwaa wholly of vegetable agents, and each aa wa have known to be valuable, and have used fbr many years. PK1CK, One Dollu Per Bottle, or six bottles for S6. Should your drugrist not hare It, sand directly to ua, and when six Itollim or more are ordered we will pay all expenses, mad have il securely packed from observation. Be sun and get that prepared at tba New England Botanic Depot, lufi Hanover St Boston. GEO W SWETT, M. D.,Proprietor. I H. H. HAY, Ageal, Portland. mchfieodfim HAVE now been before tho public for nearly n year They are udiurwlly pronounced the neatest and beat titling collar* extant. The upper edge present* a perfeet curve, free from the angle* noticed in all other collars. The cravat cause* no packers ou the inside of the turn-down collar.—they are AS SMoOIil INSIDE I A8 OUTSIDE,—and therefore perfectly free and I easy to the neck. T he Garotte Collar ha* a smooth and evenly in 1 ished edge on both side*. 1 These Collar* are not <*tmplv flat pieces of paper cut in the form of a ooilar, but are xoldid aid 8HAFKO TO rit TUB VMCK. They are made in “Novelty" (or tori down «tyle>in , every half size from 12 to 17 inches, and in “Eureka," ; (or Garotte. 1 from IS to 17 inches; and packed in “solid size" in neat bine oartou*. containing 100 each: also in smaller one* of 10 each.—tho latter n very handy package lor Travellers. Army and Navy I Officers 9 EW~ EVERY COLLAR ic stamped **Gbat’s Patent Moldbd Collab." Sold by ail dealers in Men's Furnishing floods. 1 I'he Trade supplied by U ATCH. JOHNSON B CO ! Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Men’s Furnish 1 log Good* and Umbrellas 81 Davonsnian St.. Boo ton. Maw. mch22 eodSm Ordinance AgaiMl Dog*. City of Pobtla*i>. Marshal’s Offiob. » May 2d. 1864. J , Suction 1—No dog shall be permitted* to go at 1 • large or loose in any street lane, allev. court or trav- 1 I eled way. or in any uuinelosed or public place in thia ; , city, until the owner or keeper of such dog, or the , head o» the family, or the keeper of the house store, shop, office, or other place where such dog la kept ! I or harbored, shall have paid the City Marshal two . dollars tor a licese for such dog to go at large. Sac 7.—lu case any dog shall be found looee or going at large, contrary fo any of the ftregoiag l pro v Dions, the owner or keeper thereof, or the head ' of the family or keeper of the house, store, office, or other p'aee where such dog is kept or harbored .shall j torteit and pay a sum not exceeding ten dollars. mavftd'Jm JOHN 0. 11 EALD. City Marshal. NOTICE. OUR patriotic women are reminded, that while sueh urgent calls for the relief of our soldiers j continue, garmeu's to be made for tbem. will be ! given out every afternoon from 2to 6 o'clock, at the j Rooms of tho Ladies Sanitary Committee. New City Buitdtrr Per Order. I June 1, 1MH.—d2w Ice (ltc«i for Sale. AN Ice Chest of superior atyle, havi.r ,]1 the latest improvement. ,nd fibbed with ..How. appartinenu-weli calculated for .lam familj — having beta ib uae for a abort time, will be uld at | a bargain. A uote addmsed to lea, Preaa ofllca.wlll roa*vo 1 atttatloo. JoueWtX * MEDICAL. ■ORE TESTIHICMAli 1 m MRS. MANCHESTER I* constantly receiving unsolicited testimonial! o. the tutonutong cures performed by her. Among ***1 rsoently reoeived are the following, which are commended to the notiee of the afflicted. Mrs. Man Chester may be consulted at No. 11 Clapp’s Block, Room No.«. A CASK OK SPINAL DISK ASK CUR KD This Is to oertlfy that I west to see Mrs. ter last March with a daughter or mine troubled wit b spinal disease, for whieli ahe had been doctored for •ve years, and by a number ol physicians of I kinds; and she has had twenty-one applications ol electricity applied, bat all to ao effect; but she oon Uaaally grew worse. I came to the oenclusloa, as the last resort, to go aad see Mrs. Manchester, and did so; aad to my great surprise she told me the drtt ease oi the disease, aad how she had been from time to time, whioh eaooaraged me to try her medicinee. I did so. aad BOW my daughter Is able to be around the boose all of tbs time She also rides tea or If. toea miles without hay trouble or laconvenienoe.and 1 think la a short time she will be restored to perfect health, fiinoe my daughter has been doctoring, I have heard of a great many cases that Mrs. Xanehss ♦•rhas eared I think If any person deserves pat. rowago, it is the one who tries to preserve the hesltb of thesiok aad suffering; aad 1 know i', .• use blah Use in her power to benefit her Sanaa L. KnionTr, Geo it os Ksinrs, Aaev E Xsissts. ___, . .. . . fiuuiliesis. Swsuisl, Musas, August Mb. ONK OK TBK OKKATKSTCUKKSonRKCORD. MABoansTBB— Dear Madam ■— Thinking a statement of my ease may be of service to others similarly afflicted. I hasten to give it to you. This Is brtefiy my ease—1 was taken sick about IS months ago with the Liver Complaint in a very bad form. I applied to four different physicians, hat re ■lived ao benefit until I called on you. At that time 1 k»d given ap business, aad was In a very bad .late, but after taking your medicine for a short time I be gan to recover, and la two months I was entirely wall, aad had gained several pounds of fieeb, snd eaa truly say that by your skill I am a perfectly heal kv maa. Joenra Da via. Aosiou f Modus Depot, Port load, Jfs. A KKMARKABLK CURK OF A CASK OF DKO ST CURKD BT MRS. MANCHKSTKR This is to oertlfy that I hav, been cared of th. Dropsy of fifteen years standing by Mrs. .1/auckes Ur. I have been to physicians in Boston. Kew Tork aad Philadelphia. They all told me that they eoul I do nothing for me, unless they Upped me, and as sand ms that by tapping I eoald live but a short Mmo. I had made up my mind to gp home aad live is long as I could with the disease, sad then die. Us ■y way home I stayed over night in Portland with a Mend of mine, and told them what my mind w ss a regard to my disease They finally pereaaded m t to go and see Mrs. Manchester. She examined me aad Md mo my ease exactly. * •» muou wuiiiuku vo vninx mat she told me correctly, that I told bur that I woald take her racdl Uteee. not having the least faith that they woald am any good, or that 1 ehoald get the slightest relief from any eoane whatever; dually 1 took the medi ates aad treat home. U one week from the time 1 eommeneed taking (he medicine, I had over three (aliens of water pace me in seven hoars; and my fel low ■ offerers may be assured that it was a great relie 1 to me. I had not been able to lie dowo in bed at sight baton this for two yean. Row I can lie do' with perfect ease. I have taken her medicine eight months, and am as well ae aay man ooald i (o be, aad mo signs of dropsy. I would edvh. that are eick to go and consult Mrt. Mandut. *vum Iff they have beeu givea up by other jl driest. 1 have seat her u number of cases of ot'_ . diseases, aad she has oared them also. Qo and tor yaarealvea. 1 had no (kith, bat now my fniie eaaaot be shaked la her skill la telling aad curing disease. CaamLae 8. Uabuob, Sanaa E. Uaauoa, Manx A. Hannon Ranger. Modes. April id. Omam Hovms—Prom 8 A W. till » P. M. eaelT laAoatal edly DR. J. B. HVIOHEN can aa xotrao ax aia PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, IV*. $ Temple Street, WHERE ho can be consulted privately, and with the atmoet confidence by the afflicted, at ail hoars daily, from I i.e lo Dr a. Rr. U. addresses thoee who are suffering under the affliction of private disease, whether arising from Impare connection or the terrible vice or sell-abuse. Devoting hie entire time to that particular branch of the medical profession, he feels warrantee in tioaa a arm no a Cttaa la au Casas, whether of loa standing or recently contracted, entirely removia the dregs of disease from the system, and making pertoet aad PBRMAJiKN T CUBA. He would call the attention of the afflicted to h teet of hie loan standing aad well earned reputation finishingealaeient aasaraaee of hie skill and sue CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Every Intelligent and thinking person must know that remedies banded out from general use should have their effleaey established by well-tested expe nones la the bands of n eegalerly educated physi cian, whose preparatory study tits him tor all the datiss he must fulfill; yet the country I. Hooded with Boor nostrum, and cure-all., purporting to be the best la the world, which are not only tuelest, but al ways Injurious. The unfortunate should be r.KTio Cl-nu in selecting his physician, at it is a lameutable yet tncoatrovertable Set that mtnv syphilitic ep tients are made miserable with ruined constitutions by maltreatment from inexperienced physicians in feneral practice: for It 1. a point gea.raiiy conceded y the beet syphilographers, that the stadv and man agement of these complaint, should engross the whole time of thoee who would be competent and successful in their treatment end cure. The inex perienced general practitioner. hating neither op portuaity aor time to make himself acquaint* d with their pathology, commonly paaruca one system of treatment, la most oases making an lndieenmicete a«a of that antiquated aad dangerous wea; on. Her •wry. — HAVE CONFIDENCE. Alt who have committed aa rices* of any kind,, whether It be the solitary vice of youth, or the .ting la* rebuke of misplaced confidence in matver years, SEME FOE AS ASTIDO TE IS SEASOS. The Fains sad Ache*, and LasMtudo and Nrrvou Ftoetmtioa that may follow Impar* Coition,are the Barometer te the whole system Do aot wait for the consummation that is sure to fol low. do not wail for Unsightly Ulcers, for Disabled Limbs, for Loss of Beauty and Complexion BOW MAST TBOUSASDS CAS TESTIFT TO this a r us hap p r expkriesce. Touug Men troubled with emisetors in sleep, a oomplaint generally the result of a bail habit in you to, treated scientifically, and a perfect snre war ranted er no charge made Hardly a day passes but we are consulted by one er more young men with the above disease, some oi whom are as weak anil emaciated as though they had the eoaanuption. and by their friend* supposed I te have It. All each c tee* yield to the proper and only correct course of treatment, and in a short time are made te rufolee in perfect health. MIDDLE AGED There are many men at roe lv<- c »• o. *«ur «, ..n are troubled with too frequent true tumors from the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burning sensation, and weakening the system in a manner the patient eanaot account* for. Oo exam ining ariaary dap ait* a ropy sediment will oils a h* found, and sometimes small particles of semen or albumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin milkiah hue. again changing to a dark and turbid appearance There are many men who die or this diAealty. ignorant ef the on use. which I* t'.e SECOND STAGE OF SEMINAL WEAKNESS. • 1 eaa warrant a perfect care In such cases, and n foil and healthy restoration of the uriuary organ*. Famous who cannot personally consult the I)r„ eaa do so by writing lu a plain manner a descripto r) of their disease and the appropriate ramedies win he forwarded Immediately. All correspondence strictly ocaddential and will ha returned If desired. Address. DK. J B HUGH KB. No. I Temple St., roomer of Middle] 1'ortland. UW head Stamp for oiroular. Eclectic medical Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. DR. HUGHES particularly lavtte#ail Ladleswhe need a medical adviser, to eall at his rot ms, No. tTumpleStruct, which they will and arranged for their especial accommodation Dr. H.*e EalectlcIteiovatingMediolueeareanrivai led ia eMcacy and superior virtue in regulating a’l Female Irregularities Their actiou is ipeoHlo and eurtain of producing relief in a short time ■oADIICSwll] Audit invaluable lu all caaesofoh atraetioas alter ail other remedies have been tried lu Itu pardy vogttable, containing nothing lu thgieast injurious to the health, and may betakes with perfect safety at all times. . •*■♦1° “7 Pdrtofthaoomntry with full directions hy addieming HUGHES, • Tempi*Btraet,aorusr of Middle. Portland. M.B.—LADIESdeairiugmaysontull on# ofthair owuaux. A lady of axperieuce lu ooastant attend naee. tauldhwlv JAMES EDMOND & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 13 LIBERTY SQUARE, . . BOSTON Are prepared to order at favorable ratea, COLT I NESS and ULENUAKSOCK PIG IRON, Al.o, MAR, SUMST, f BOILER PLATE IRON, of English and Sooteb Manufacture. - We .balleontiune to receive, in addition to our A mar loan Brick, a regular supply of MULISH. SCOTCH, k WELCH TIRE BHICH nchll eod6m

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