Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, June 11, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated June 11, 1864 Page 4
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POETRY. Writtsn/or ths Frets . In Memoriam. cerr. W. W. HOBBILL. With strivings long snd pstisnt, And deep and lsboscd thought, Ths student psld ths worthy price per laursis dearly bought. In mock usd full compliance, Renouncing things ofsartb, The earnest Christian humbly wore The pearl of j rtoolcss worth. Hia onuntry called her noble sona, And foremost in the strife, Upon her altars wet with blood. The patriot laid bis life 1 And now upon Virginian plains, Ths land he diod to eere, The scholar, patriot, Christian, aaks 11 earth only a grave! O, noble life and glorious death I For all he sought wee won! The heavenly mansion open stands, And life's great worh's well done 1 • o. Southern flowers bloom o'er him In the Spring nir thick and sweet; The threoholds into many haarte Dear Impress of his feet! June 1, led. N. B. How a “Local’’ Editor is to become Rich. A f«w day* ago wo were astonished and thrilled by the receipt of the following through the Post office: “OrFlCF. OF liOEBTON BlIOS. OeNEBAI. ) Lottery Agexts, Covikotojt, Ky,| May 20th, 1804. ) uk&u out:—snowing mat a good prize lent to some influential person in your part of the State who would a/iow the money, and make it generally known among hia friends and neighbors, our business and reputation as prize sellers would be greatly benefited, we have taken the liberty of tendering the prize to you, upon condition that you will use your Influence among your acquaintances in onr favor; you will please understand that we design this arrangement to act as an adver tisement of our Firm, and you will,therefore, be expected to exhibit the prize money, and circulate the report that you drew it at Eger ton Brothers’ Lucky Office. “Here is our offer. We will send you for $10 a printed and fall official certificate oi package of sixteenths of tickets in the incloe ed novel and truly Grand 8clieme ef the Roy al Havana or Cuba Plan Lottery, to be drawn at Covington, Kentucky, May *gth, 1804, aud by authority of the State of Kentucky. And, ao sure are we that we understand our busi ness, we would advise you to make this in vestment at all hazards, and will agree that If the certificate wa send you does not draw you at the very least $5,000,we will send you another one in any of the extra lotteries at our own expense. “All prizes drawn at our office are prompt ly paid at our banking house inN. Y. City, I by draft or otherwise, as the purchaser may direct. Send us $10 by return mail and give us tbe name of your nearest bank so that there may be no delay in forwarding you a draft as soon at the drawing Is over. To facilitate the prompt execution of our proposal, use the enclosed envelope, and make your remittance to our banking house in New York. Be care ful to write in a plain hand your postoffice, county aud State. “[Confidential.J Your* truly, Egerto.n Bbos.” It lias always seemed that fortuoe had some thing extraordinary in store for us, and here It ist We are to have, at the very least $5,000 for the Insignificant outlay of $10 and one postage stamp. “Show the money!” Eger ton * Broe. can bet their boots we will, when we get 1L We Will make the most extrava gant displays of fifty and hundred dollar greenbacks on all occasions. Couldn't you •end us a portion of it in gold; Gold makes more of a “show” than paper money, you ' know. laicen me liberty or tendering tbe prise to you.” Why, bleu you, it is bo liberty at all, or it ii a liberty you may repeat as often as you like. We give you our content to send us *5,000 at eacb of your drawing*, subtracting, of course, tbe $10, which will avoid the troub le and uncertainty of tending you that amount by mail. Don’t call it a liberty, pleats. You deal re us to send you the name of our nearest bank. S. S. Davis & Co.’a bank is about u near ae any, being only across the streat. Perhaps if you forward the $5,000 draft to them it would be the moet convenient for u», as we would only have to cross the •treet for the money, when, in advancing your Interests and fulfilling the terms of the con tract it was desirable to “ehow it.” Then there Is the First National Hank, only five or six door* from us, and easy of acaess. In de positing money wo use no partiality; we de posit just as much with ona of our city banks as we do with another. Don’t, however,tend the draft to tbe Ohio Valley Bank, at there Is •ome prospect of our note being 'protested there, and they might mis-appronriate the funds. It is a novel and axUUaratlng sensation lor one who has led an impecunious life,-to find himself the suddeu possessor of wealth with out any special axertion on his own part.— Henceforth our brother reporters must see that tl.e terms of equality that have hitherto existed, are dissolved. We are a monied man. We have no objection, that we know of, to their saluting us on the street, but familiarities cannot be allowed. We have several schemes already for Invest ing the money as soon as it arrives, yet will hold ourself open to propoeal* from any one who wants to borrow or proper security. Office hours from Stef P. M. and 11 to 12 P. M. P. 8.—Tha Baktern mail is Id, but the draft didn’t co“-c- We are confident that It will ar ri«. wits avening or to-morrow morning, sure. —(Cin. Times. Babb on a Ministkb.—a minister was travelling 1* the back woods, and espying a cabin, catered on an errand of mercy. The lady of the housa, (being present alone, and rightly divining his errand,) when she saw him approaching, seized tbe Bible and, as hs entered, was to all Intent* busily engaged In perusing it. After tbe usual courtesies the minister Inquired what sha was reading. “Oh, ’bout tbe old prophets,” was the evi dently satisfactory response. "j,1 ^ very edifying to read the sufTeriugs of Christ,” said the minister. “And so that good man is dead, Is he?” asked the matron, evidently getting interest “Certainly he Is.” “Well, that’s just the way. I've been at John a long time to get him to take the news paper., but he wou’t. Everybody in tbe dl* 7e not he»r * word ’bout \ **id lh® woman, In a rapid tone. Ah, woman, you are in tha dark,” said the preacher, with an elongated face “Yea, I know we are. I’v# been at John a long time to put a winder in tbe fur end o* the house, but he won’t do that either.” perceive that you are weak in knowl “i,kno7 I »m weak, and I guess if you d had tbe bilious fevar, and been takiu’ aaxafrax and cataract pills as long as 1 have’ youd be weak, too,” replied the woman in rather an angry tone of voice, and half an octave higher than usual. disappeared.^' ‘ h°peleM . Id°r», McFllinsey, the young belie who has “nothing to wear,” .Ull live. In New York. Bbe has not yet covenanted with her loyal sisters to deprive herself of foreign silks ■atint aud lacea. The importations iaat week ?ork were tremendous; *1,340,634 worth, being dry goods alone. Oh, dear Flora —pretty Flora—do leave off wearing your, trumpesy for a while. Itemember that “beau ty unadorned adorns the most.” Do show your loyalty, if you have any, by sacrificing your taste for fine feathers, etc., on the alir °.fhjr°l,r countjy- At any rale, in every pos l!«n ^f*,pect’ dres* discretely.. We wish you well, sister ours ; and when we see your cherry lips, dimpled cheeks and lu.troue ojeswr •omet)met (eel in the vocative mood Tit we are desirous all the while that you wouki neT er make a fool of yourself by adopt rue the motto, “fine feathers make fine birds/’ * the .. lUn,.u a‘ra,veller> rcP°rt of a convert. uon with a backwoodsman: “‘Whose house?’ ‘Meg's/ ‘Of what built?’ *tw%8* ‘Progs.’ ‘What It the soil? Bogs.’ ‘The climate?’ ‘Fogs’ 'H‘"> J” r w “Do you consider lager beer Intoxicating?” rY ’,,;edeW-’ ““h tor d»t, I gant zay. I dimkish feefty oraeexty glasses a day, and It never hurtlsh me; but I don’t know how it would pe If a man vash to make a hog of his —Josh Billings, the Philanthropist, begs levetu state: ’ * That onions are good for a bad breath. That hockawa clams are a good oi oninc for eny young man. * That ships are called “she'1 because th*» always Iwep a man om the leekoet. ^ "CLOTHf\(Jr" _J| REMOVAL. JOSIAH BURLEIGH liB BIBOVIB TO NEW STORE, EVANS’ BLOCK, Nos. 141A143 Middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIOHj Wholetale and Retail Dealer In C othing,C otlis, Tailors’ Trimmings, -AMD GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, No*. 141 * 148 Middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEI&H, Agent for Grover A Baker’s celebrated Hewing Machines, Hos. 141 ft 143 Middle Street. NATHAN GOOLD Will say to his friends that he may be found at Bur leigh’s, No. 141 k 143 Middle street, where he will be pleaded to wait upon his former customers. Portland. March 34.18G4._dtf Spring & Hummer Htock — o» FASHIONABLE GOODS, -fok COATS, PAMTALOOM8 AMD VS8I8. Purchased from the best assortments, for cash, In New York, and Boston, may be foaad at the store of WILLIAM C.BECKETT Merchant Tailor, NO, 137 Middle Street. Some of these Goods, whioh have boon recently Imported, difler much in color, texture and flniali from the styles that have continued In vogue for a year or two past, and are considered very elegant. Besides these and other Goods,—comprising all the varieties for fashionable wear, at the same place may be found a good supply of Btssmdwrd Otraua, French, and Eeillsh Breadoletks and Dee aktwa, for genteel suite; together with styles of Vesting* selected with a view to suit all tastes. All the new styles for Gentlemen's wear, whether for Dress hulls or s Business Outilts received in their seasons, together with plates of the latest styles of Catting and Finishing gyrhe host trimmings always on hand. GT No. 137 Middle Street.43 maylldfw JUST RECEIVED I ROYA.WS 1 \U»», HAViNU rtfittrd their store usd retcind a lArf. aaaortmeul of ELEGAHT STYLES CLOTHS! ARE PREPARED TO Show Them to Their Ca*toners. Also, Clothing & Furnishing Goods, la Ureal Variety, -AT 95 ATiddlo Street. _ mijfttf SVRINGOPEMNG\ A. D. REEVES, TAILOR* DRAPER 98 Exchange St., WOULD respectfully inform his friends and the public that he has recently opontd a Splendid Arsortment of Spring and Summer Goods, Which he is ready to make up in the roost Fashion* abieXpie, and at the Lowest Cask Prices. The Ladies are reepectiully reminded that Rid ing Habits, Zouave Jackets, and Fancy Waists are cut and made at this establishment in a style which cannot fail to please them. Military and Naval Omenta are here fit ted out in trua Regulation Style. To Fittiio out Boys in the mest becoming and durable garments, special attention is given. Dresi Coats, Pants, Vests, and Business Suits, Made to order a»J warranted Good Fits. Mr Kxsvkb a»~r<* his customers that bis work is made not o-*y in the highest t’yle of fashion, but in the mo** thorough and wobkiabliki MAtata. Tp■ Public are invited to visit this Emporium or Fashion, and see il the facts do not folly oome up to this Manifbsto. maylMlm New Cloaks and Mantillas! LEACH & ROBINSON, 84 Middle St., JJAVE now on bond in Eltoikt Stock of Cloaks, Cossacks, and Mantillas, Of their own manufacture. Also, Cloaks, Silks, Tassels, BUTTONS and ORNAMENTS. LADIES’ GARREHTS Bade to Order. Silks, Shawls and Dress Goods, Cheiper thin the rholpe-t. LEAtn a KOBINSOS. H Middle street. June 1—dim INTERNATIONAL BANK! Special meeting. TILE stockholders of this Bank are hereby noti fied that a Special Meeting will be held at the Bank on Monday, the S3th day of June, at three o dock P. M., to consider whether they will take any action In relation to changing the Bank from its present charter to a charter under the N ational Bank log Law;—and t<f determine whether they will ae o< pt of the eharter of the First National Bank of Portland, now held by the Directors of the Interna tional Bank. By Order of the Directors. W. B. GOULD, Cashier. Portland, June 4, 1864. JuneSeodtd American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY! OF NEW TORE. Oapiial 8300.000, Imeuru BalMiai*. W erchuudl... Haiw bald Furniture. Reula, l.ruara. Vew aaf aaa the Stock., aad ether Per aaaal Preperiy at taa Law aal rrtea. _ SAMUEL BROWN, Freeident. WILLIAM RATNOR, Baeratar. EDWARD 8UAW Ag eat, 10J Middle Street. ootS7 lyeod FANCY GOODS HOUSeT” Wholettlt, H. MERRILL, No. 131 Middle Street, (op •tatrt.lPortJand, Maine. Silk, Twf*t, Button* Binding*, Thread*. Flo* Needle*, Cutlery, Edging* Stationery, lacing* Tape. Eleetio*. Belt*, Combe. iurptnderi.Toye, he. DRKSS AND TAILORS' TRIMMINGS. mohlaodtm Cream of Lilies, FOR THE HAIR. THIS elegant preparation for the //sir is entirely fres from a ‘oohol, spirits crany injurious sub’ stance whatever. It possesses all the desirable j *■«*•*« of the test, sod none of tbo objections of tne inferior compounds. The high reputation which { thii preparation hat gained in priyate circle*, in this wtiSic UW<*lte proPr*®t<>r pl»©« *t b2fore k-Tm® CHBAll or ULlES Imparts t luxurious brillmnsy to tbs Hair, removes all unnatural dry ness and harshness from the Hair—ii impervious to J dampness and[perspiration it is the cleanest and best dressing for the hair evor dHcovsred. Every Lady should try a Bottle. Prepared and sold by THO'S. G CORING a Druggist, cor exchange and Federal its. Portland. June 1.1864. Juueldtf Officr roBTLAMD, Saco k Portsmouth \ e Railroad Compahy, j j Portland, May 81, 1844 ) J r\l VI DEN D No. 41 of this Company will be pay* ] V able June 14 to Stockholders of record this day. I Jons I —did Ek V#V, Treasurer MISCELLANEOUS. THE DAILY PRESS, CALORIC POWER JOB PRINTING OFFICE, N. A. FOSTER & CO., Proprietors,’ Fox Block, 82 1-2 Exchange St., PORTLAND, ME. Attention is respeu'ftilly invited to onr unrivalled facilities for executing in THE BEST STYLE OF THE ART, Every description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. Our EfttblUbment It ftirnl-hed with til tbe tp prortd MODERN MACHINERY, ▲ad oar collection of Book and Fancy Types V7I11 bear fkrorable comparison with any ment in the eity. Business and Professional Cards, [Of nwy rarlety, style aid eoet, PRINTED AT SHORTEST NOTICE. BlIbHudi Rated aad Cat la tha Neat est Manner. BLANKS AND BA’NK CHICKS, Of erary description ezeented In the beet etyle. Railroad, aad other Corporation Work, done with promptaeee and Il4ality. INSURANCE POLICIES, BILLS OP LADING, TIME TABLES, and nil aorta ol LEGAL DOCUMENTS, at short nolle*. Scram, Kcperti, ud all kiidi *f FiapkltU, Pat np la superior etyle. Bronzed mad Colored Label*, For Apothecaries, Merchant,, aad Fancy Dealers, f ot np in the beat tty la of the art. Wedding Cards, Notes qf Invitation, Visiting Cards, Lists y Dan oes, tie., etc., of every variety and dost, furnished at abort nodes. LARGE POSTERS, HuMUli, Shop-bills, Progam. met, Circulars, And plain printing of ovary description Also BuU and figure work, executed neatly, end 01 tern** that cannot All to eatlafy. THE DAILY PRESS Printing Office bacon* of Soper' Improved Calorit Engine* for motive power, and la lurnlahed witl Improved and ooetly Presses—CylUder and PlaUn Brom the meet celebrated maker*. We bare In con aUnt uae on* of HOES LARUE CYLINDMl PRESSES, capable of throwing off >600 Sheeti an hour ,- on* or Adam's Power Preens—the bed book preea la the world: Adam a and rotter’* Pcul Machine Job Preeete; Kugglee' auperior Card Pre*, kdama’and Union large Hand Prtue*, SUndlnl Proaaee, and all ah* machinery neceaaary for a well appointed office. The Dally Preea Job Offioe la believed to be aa wall furnished aa any almllar ealabliahmcnt in the Sute. Thcae aending order from tbe country may rely on receiving prompt attention. We exccuU all order* in the aborteetpocaible time and in the neatcat and beat manner. We will do all kind* of printing aa well and aa promptly, and a* cheap a* any other eaubliabment In the City, County or Sute. All order* for Job Printing nul be directed to the Daily Pren Job OJtce, Bo. Mi [Exchange .treat, Portland, He. Tbe Job Office la under the pervonal aupervlalon I of the aenlor proprietor, who la tbe CITY PRINT ER. end i* hlmactf an experienced practical work man, and employe only well-eMUed mechanic* in this department of his work. The Portland Daily Press, Tbclargect daily paper east of lioeton, and baring a larger elrcwlaiion than all the other dailicc in the city combined, la published at the Office in Fox R^°dk, A91-9 Exchange Street, every morning— Sunday excepted, at •8,00 Per Annum, From whleh 19 1-9 per cent, i* discounted tor ADvaxcx ravaaxiris. Semi-annual and quarterly subscriptions pro ret*. L*ee than three months, sixty Mull per month, or 16 cents a week. Sixulc Corine 8 Cbwtc. fOr Newsdealer* supplied at the rate of two and onc-thlrd dollars per hundred, THE MAINE STATE PRESS, j The largest paper in New England, eight page*, la published every Wednesday, containing all the new* by mail a-d telegraph, imporUnt reading j matter. Marine List, Market Reports, As , of the Dally I'reae, at the following prices, vi*:_ Slagle copy, wme year, lavarlably laadvaaee.>>.oo Feraiaaeaih.. 1-00 Te dab* of fearer aaere all te the aame poat office, each. 1.7 6 To dabs of tea or aaere, all to the same poat offioe, each. 81.60 And a free eopy to the getter up of the club. Subscriptions solicited. AgenU wanted in every | town. Postmasters requested toast a* agents. I N. A. FOSTER k Co., Paorxirroaa. Portland June 1, 18<H. dtf VS. MjOTHS! The dense vapors emanating from A re stifling to Insect life. This compound Cam phor will ae rely kill mot ha ills ingredients ofFrank- i Incense Vetlver, Ac. produce quick death to all in aecte breathing through thtir akins. Cheap, eth ciant, and of sweet odors. Do not risk your valua ble Furs, and niee Woolent without It. Bold by all Uruggista, town and oountry. Each packagebeara I the address of the makers, If ARRIS ft CHAPMAN, ■>,7M<a8"' __ Boston. | . J. W. SYKES, ' Purchaser tor Eastern Account on 1*,W,ElSE£I5' 8KED8’ PROVISIONS. LAID, BUTTER and WE8TERN PRODC’CB generally. 1 '.fthmlar attention given to shipping by quiokaet in I cheapest routes. Wo. 161 SOUTH WATER ST. | r.o. la 171. Chicago, Illinois. limn Messrs Maynard ft Boas; H. ft W. 'h fckertnc; C. H. Cummings ft Co.; B. G. Bowdloar > So.; Chartea A. Stone; Hallett, Davit ft Co., of looon, Mass. Cashier Elliot Benk, Boston. J. ft. , leoon, Eeq Presi dent Newton Bank, .tewton. C. , »• CoOnrVarreo HUa A Sens, Mm York CKv. Jyt’Mdip. ^ HOTELS. ; Ocean House Re-Opened! The unders’gned having leared for the ifleaton this wen eda bib bed Watering place, [charmingly situated rn the outer verge oi Cape Klizabeth. With uurivalied lacili ._Lties for Bathing, Boating, and Fishing, Will open for tr*n»i«ul»u«J paruiaceutiactt* omcii ! after Tuesday, the 7th*day of June. Krsrfdeilrable convenience will be (.applied for ' the pleasure and comrorta ol its patrons with regard ! to the requirements and oharactter of a . FIRST CLASS HOTEL. We feel assured tbttrur exertions, added to the I uo usual attractions ol the house itself, will secure us i the approbation and patronage of the public. Positively ciotcii on the Sabbath. ilILL k JORDAN, Proprietors. 1 Cape Elizabeth, Juno 7, 1864. dtf BAY VIEW HOUSE, CAMDEN. • The Subscribers take pleasure in an nouncing to their friends and all interested in finding a first class sea-side Hotel aocouL i_i modat ions, that their new and spacious Ho tel win oeoppnearly in June. Itcontaiua ail the mod ern improvements and every convenience lor the comfort and accommodation ol the travelling pub lic. It is finely Jecated, commanding an unrivalled view of the Penobscot Bay. The advantage! of sea bathing and the facilities for fishing ard boating, arennsurpassod. For its beautiful scenery and de lightful drives and walks, Camden is already favor ably known as on$ of the roost eligible and delight ful watering places in New England Connected with the Hotel is a fino livery Stable, horses and oarriages having been selected with great care. The carriages are from the beat establishments in the count! y. and on the most approved styles. Steam boat landings easy of aooess; steamers touohingev- i ery dav in the week. Telegraph communication with all parts of the country 1 hose wishing io se cure good rooms will do well to apply soon, as many 1 are already engaged CUBIinVU k JOHNSTON, Proprietors. Camdon, June a, 18t>8 —dtf Pleasant Suburban Hesort. CAPISICHOUSE, WEST BROOK. This elegant suburban Watering Place, 1 located upon a pleasant eminence near Ca* pisio Pond, but 3^ miles from Portland, bar ing beeu placed in tbe most ample order by cbe subscriber, he most resiiectlully solicits tne attention of tbe public, and cordially invites a call from bis old friends. Tike bouse is pleasaut, retired and quiet. Tbe iarniture and furnishings s re all new, and the rooms cosy and sightly. J he tables are supplied with all the delacacies as well as the substantiate of tbe sea son, and the service of one of tbe very best cooks in Mew England have been secured. Extensive sheds and a fiue stable with roomy stalls are among the convenienoce ol the establishment. ▲ nice Bathing Mouse sufficient for the accommo datlon of severs] bathers has been erected with steps projecting into ten feet of water, and the whole se cured from observation by a Hosting screen. Smoking Arbors grace tbe banks of the Pond and invite the indulgence of the lounger. Moping for a share of the publio patronage the un dersigned prom ses to spare no effort for the eu er tainnu nt of his guests. UEO. W. UL'KCti. Westbrook. May 21, 1864. _mav31dtf Splendid Pleasure Resort! THE WHITE HOUSE, (HOAHnLT WILKS BOL’U.) j J.T. MILLKB.FSOPRIETOH. A Thi, popular llotol hu recently bm pur nrBjlfrchuod by Mr. Miller (ol theAlhiou)uid hu UgUMbui) thoroughly reHtted. renovated and re and numeruun excellent alteration* 1 it* located ou the baccarappa road, about lour mile* from Portland,affordlngabeautifui forTpleuure ro*d, and Ju.t about fitr auougb a tV.b" *,“■*, '"«• Hall and good Bowling Allay., In clou proximity to the home 1. a wariS and -roomy Stable, containing twenty nice .tail. *• •}“ » W«U .helteredSbed, 106 (bet long, for hitching horeee. " The ohoieeet Supper, will be got up for .lelghlae aad danoiug partiw, who will Hnd it greatly to their “3 advantage to reurt to thu White How Ho effort will be spared for the entertainment ol : ***rU- _ decl#-dtf HALLOWELL HOUSE REOPENED! »*W FPRJ1TPRR ft FIXTURES! S.O. DENNIS, Proprietor. .*rn. public are epecially Informed that the E'leloui, conrenifDt asd well known Hallowell doc* in the center of HalloweM, two mile* 'from | “d <«“r ml'M from Togu« Spring, baa I been refbratahcd, and 1« open for tto rocepfion ol co®P*ny *o<J permanent boarders. Every attention will be given to the comfort of Riiests. ■tabling, I »»d All the oeual conveniences of a popular hotel, are amply provided. Hallow#!', Fob. 1 1S64. mchK eodtf THE AMERICAN HOI NE, (^MBan0Ter Btreet ■ • - • Boston, The Largest and Best Arranged Hotel IN Ilf ENGLAND. LEWI* RICE, Proprietor. oclSly CATARRH! -ASD NOISES IN THE HE^DI ! CUBED Itr INHALING A. Harmless Fluid, OP AGREEABLE ODOK. NO VIOLENT SYRINGING Of the Head. THB SENSE OF TASTE AND SMEI.I. BKSTOBKI) DR. H. eOODALE’9 | CATARRH REMEDY. Dr. Goodale has combatted Catarrh until he has fought it down. It has been a long war, bat his tri umph Is complete. Through ail coming time his Ca tarrh Homedy will bo known as the only one anti dote for a disease which superticJaiirts have declar ed incurable. Catarrh doctors, so called, spring up like mushroom,on all sides. Ihe object of these pocket practitioners is money. They use dangerous instruments. Their violent manipulations irritate the already inflamed membrane. They never cure. Dr. Good lie’s treatment is medicinal, not mechani cal. lie does not believe in the force-pump system, which Is working so much mischief. Ills remedy passes through the absorbents, to the seat cf 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 o/Auburn AT. Y. After having witnessed the effects of this Bemedy in Catarrh, thus speaks of it;—It is truly aud un conditionally a Herculean Specific lor the » hole dis ease. 8uch ati article ought not to be “hid under a bushel,” and any man who can invent so truly an efficient and poettivc a remedy for such a loathsome disease, ought to be considered one of the beueiac tors of his race, aud his name tnd the effects ol bis skill perpetuited. Yours respectful*. D L DODGE, A- M. Pliny Miles, Ihe urcll-knotm Traveller, And whose family physician Dr. Gooda's was for many years, ears—“H Dr cieodale says he esn cure Catarrh, he tan cure it,” Ac. Price SI Bend a stamp for a pamphlet Dr H GOOD ALE'S office and Depot , 76, Rlveker street, o»e door west of Broad way, New Yoak. H H. liar Ageutfbr Portland. June 3d, 1868. june3dly STATEMENT OF TEE JBtna Insurance Company, OK HARTFORD, CONW., On the tit day of Norcmber, 1 D. 1363. u required by the Laws of the State of Maine. The Capital Stock U.*1.600.000 anti milk Ike turplut it invttltd at follow!: Real estate, unincumbered, *87,863 18 Cub lu bund, on depoelt, und In agents* bands, 210,960 66 United States Stocks, 512,847 60 State and City Stocks, and Town Bonds, 808.460 00 Bank and Trust Company Stocks, 1,047,279 00 Mortgage Bonds, 331,880 00 Atlantia Mutual Ins. Co’s scrip, 1862-3, 16,886 60 Total Assets, >3,026.878 7! Amount of Liabilities for Losses not due or adjusted. *176.411*1 Amount at risk, estimated, 116.616 478 (V THUS. A. ALEX ANDK.R, President. Lucius J. Hashes, Secretary. Hartford, Kov. 7, 1863. J. C. CHURCHILL, Agent, Wo. 4 Iron Block, Portland Pt«r. deofidtf PA BTICIPATIOW. Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company. Thla Company will issue Polioes to bo fro© after the payment ol nix, eight or ten Premiums at the option ot the insured and at rates as low as any othor Company. The issue of Free Policies renders it at , the least equal if not superior to the participation : companies Office No. 102 Middle 8t. CHARLES HOLDEN. Prea. EDWARD SHAW, Sec. Feb 14 dfcw tf. I An.” L-L.-»j>JW.'W.l ll FOR SALE & TO LET. HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE, SITUATED OB Franklin, Alden, Washington, Montreal, Fox and Sumner Streets. PRICKS FROM *1,000 TO *2,500. Xlto, TWO SMALL FARMS, in Cape Elizabeth. Term* liberal to init the purchaser. Esquire of BLBBIDQB OEBBT, apI3 dlw eodtf No. 69 High Street. Farm for Sale. IN Capo Elizabeth, 2, mile* from Portland Bridge, about 100 acre* of well proportioned mowing tillage raetnre. wood and fmber. About 900 cord* hard and *olt wood. Cut*.40 ton* bay. Barn moat now, 36 by 60, Lumber lor 1} Story nouse— on the direct road to Portland, extending 60 rod* back well located to out into ten acre lot*, and will be 11 requested. Fence* stone wall mostly new. Price *76 per aero, 26 per cent cash; balance can remain n number of year* secured by mortgage. For par ticular* enquire of SCOTT DYER mcn30 dim Valuable Real Estate for Sale. WK have for tale a very desirable Hon*e, cen trally and pleasantly located, finished and furnished Iron* garret to oellar; everything in aud about the house in perfect order; will be sold with the Furniture, which * m good ta*to and in flnooi der Immediate possession given, lhe house and furniture can be examined it anytime, and infor mation give by calling on HENRY BAILEY fc Co , Auctioneers, maylkdtf Land ou Free street for Sale. fpilK valuable real estate on Free street, known A as the “Furbish property." The lot is about 106 feet on Free street and extends hick about 174 feet. Said estate will be sold as a whole, or the easterly half of the dwelling house, with lot about 40 by 176 feet, will bo sold by Itself Application may be made to James Furbish, Esq ou the premises, or to UEO. E. If. JACKsUN, julyldtf 69 Exchange street. A Desirable Brick Douse for stale NO. 143 Cumberland street. The very desirable three story Brick House, recently the residence of Her. Dr. Dwight. The home Is well built and finished throughout, and conveniently arranged and in all respects one ot the best locations on Cum berland street The lot is large-42 feet front 147 ft deep. For terms inquire of JOHN C. PROCTOR, Lime st. may£4d3w Building Lots For Sale. TUE subscriber offers for sale two acres of land at Stoven's Plains, Westbrook, In lots to suit pur. chasers, and at priori that caunot fail to be satisfac tory Those lots are situated lu a very pleasant locality, aud the facilities odeied by the Horse Reti road for passage to and from the city, will render them very desirable lots lor a residence Euqaire of K. DUNHAM, No 218 Forestreet. Portlsnd. May 17tb, 1864. mayl7dlm For Sale. THE Dana property, so called, on Windham Hill, in Windham, uontaining about ten acres. Thero are on the premises a good Two Story Dwelling Houto and Barn, with other oui-buildin.s. The property is pleasaotly situated and the neighborhood unexceptionable. For terras, Ae., apply to _ DKhLOIS A JACKSON, Portland May 18,1884 . 6» Exchange St. ___maylgdtf For Sale. A SQUARE block ofland, of abont 78000 acree of wood land, on the eonth side of the river St. Lawrence, in Canada East It is interceoded by two considerable river# with eligible Mill sits. Well wooded with every description of timber, such as .pine and sprnce In large qaantitlee. and maple, borch, beech, tamarac aud bass wo-d tcany amount Enquire of II. T MACH1N, •'ortland. Portland, Feb. 1864 feb2fiendtf For Sale or to Let. CLIFF COTTAGE, containing over SO rooms,llrgestahle and sheds—aitnatodtwo and one-half miles from Portland, and the finest situation in Capo Elisabeth for a wa __ tering place, and summer boarders. For particulars enquire of GEO. OWEN, »p7fitf^81 Winter Street, Portland House, Store and Stable for Sale,—No. SI York Street. AMA The Store, with House over the 8tore, con Bjlh lairing 9 finished rooms, together with a good Ml Stable Lot abont 36 by 100 feet. For sale low. Terms liberal. Inquire of , „ JOHN C. PROCT ER, Jane*—dlw Lime street For Kale. A .,0r* Lot, situated on Port ***** •treat, hvable and other out buildings. Alao two adjoining lots aontaiuing about eight tUoutand squire feet. Xnquir. of jj, STEVENS, , No.47 Portland atreet. juneWtf House For Sale. A TWO etorjr wooden house, No. IS Adams street, 11 finished rooms, convenient for two families! plenty of good water. For particulars Inquire oi B. J. WII.LAHD. Portland, May 14,1961. mayUeodtf j--- - To Let. „ THE rooms over the store or thesnbscriber.oonier or Fore and Exchange streets, now occupied ty Stephen Berry as e printing office. Poeseeeion gives 1st of January. Apply to • deoMdtf_ BENJ. FOGG. For Sale. ONE Express Wagon, nearly new, can be need foroneortwo Dorset,It his Pole and Shafts : complete. For price Ac., call at No. 4 Free Street Portland. »pr 1 eodtf To Let. STORE now occupied by ns. Possession given immediately. Also, a Front Office In Han.on Block. dtfH. J. L1BBF.T A CO. To Let. /"INK STORK In Galt's Block. VpZldtf APP'J,° H. T.MACHIN, D.f W\ CL ARK DIALKK in Silver Street Ice House, and Office No. Ji Exchange street. ALL Order* promptly attended to and customers supplied with the beat quality of ICE. Price of Ice for the Season, 1864. 10 lb§ a day, from J one 1st, to Oct. 1st, $6 00 16. “ 8.00 ..* '* 10 00 Forty eeuta per 100 lb*. To those who take loe for the season, it will be de livered earlier than 1st Juueand later than 1st Oc tober, at the same rate per month as during the sea son. When not wanted for the full season, it will be delivered at the rate of S2 00 p«r mouth for 10 lbs. per day. Notice of change of residence, if given at the of fice instead of the driver, will always prevent dis appointment. Any customer leaving town for two weeks or more at one time, by giving notice at the office, will be en titled to a proper deduct ion Complaints against the driver*, for neglect or care I ^4snrss or any ether cause, must bo made at the ol flee, and will be attended to promptly. Portland, May 13,1864. may 13d7w Dingo Insurance Company OF TUB CITY OF PORTLAND Office No. IS Exchange street. Capital $200,000 THIS Company is now prepar'd to tram policies i on all kinds of prop***/ insurable against Are, j at current rites „ A. K. 8HURTLE**. President. JEUKMJAl! DOW, Secretary. Directors. * Brown, E..8. Spring, • D. W. Clark, J. B. Carroll, Jobn Lynch, H.I. Robinson. Trustees St. John Smith. II. M Payson, C. H. Haskell, Andrew Spring, N. O. Cram, Philip 11 Ilrown, 11 N.Jote, Jere. Dow. G. W Woodman, II J. Ltbbr, H. J. Uobluson. j J. N. Winslow, 8. C. Chase, ! AlvahConant, Wm. Moulton. Portland, May 4, 1S64. may&dtl THE BOSTON FIRE BRICK And Clay Retort Manufacturing Co., Works,*314 Federal street, office and Warehouse 23 Liberty Square and 7 Battery'march St, manufacture Fire I Brick, all shapes and sizes, for furnace* required to j stand the most intense heat also Furnacs Blocks and Slabs, Locomotive Fire Blocks, Bakers'Oven and Green-house Tiles, Clay K«tort* and necessary I Tiles to set them. Fire Cement, FireClay and Kaolin •The undersigned will give their special attention ! that all orders for the above manufacture are execu ted with promptness. JAMES E MONO ACO. Selling Agents, 13 Liberty Square, Boston, mchll oodftm TO SHIP 111 ILDERS. F. S. A J. U. HUOKIN8, /COMMISSION MERCHANTS, and wholesale and V/ retail dealers in Ship Timber sm> Plank. Ilaveforsale at their Wharf, Central Square, | B%st Boston, 250,000 Locust and Oak Treenails, j 2.00® Hackmattick Knees, planed. Also White Oae PtAMKand Timber,Chk8tni t Boards and Plank Whitr Pine. Deck-Plank, Ac. Particular at tention paid to Furnishing Oak Plank by thoCargo. mch2l dim ___ _ I ORA FT8 & WILLIAMS, j Succemors to j. W. HUNNKWKLL A Co., No. 6 0 7 AS Commercial Wharf, Bostop. Importersand Wholesale Dealers in Drugs, Medi cines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, Manufacturers, ar- ; tides aud Chemicals. Manufacturer* id Cot al Var nishes, Japan Ac. Agents for Forest Fiver Lead ! Mystic Lead Co. French and dmeruan Zinc, Druggi«’’s, Perfumer* and Liquor Labels. General Agents for J. L. Huunewell's Universal Cough Rem edy .Telu A nodyne and Electric Pills. mch23eod3m Erergmn Crmeirry. TI1E Superintendent of F.vergreen Cemetery will be at nis office, in New City Bui ding, entrance on Mvrtle Street, from 12 o’elock M. to 3 o’clock P. M., every day, except Sundays, to attendto any calls in connection with said (Vtroteiy. Orders may be left at the office at any time, ajxttdtoaugl B. 0. BABB, Superintendent. RAILROADS. 1 PORTLAND AND KENNEBEC K.K. j SPRING A SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 25, 1864 »‘mengerir,l.i»l<.»v<.t)kowtltiran for 1 ort ana aoU Boston, at 8 4:> a M Au- I gu»ia, li.Uo A M. and Hath 12 10 P. M. Ausnsta lor Portland ana Boston at 6 8o A, m. ; Bath 6.8u A Portland Tor Ba4h, Aa« nsta, Watervillc Kendali’c * Mills and Skowhegar, at 1.10 P. M. Portland for Bath and Augusta 8 16 P. M. Passengers for uationson the Androscoggin Rail road will change cars at Brunswick. irr<l»\3U V,*,?f* traia f om Portland connects at Kenualt s 3Iiils with Marne Central Railroad lor i Bangor, Ac * arriving same evening. Stages leave Ba 4i lor Roc aland at #A.M.andS ! M M. Stages leave Augusta for Belfast at 4 F. M 8 oion^k i“*'° 8kuwht*a“ »« « 10 F. M. Jof Aaeon, ) 'rfckf,» for all the atatlon* on this and R„..A dr.<^C0?R"1 R*ilrL‘d' bo 1 rocurrtd iu 1 Boeton at the kutteto „r Bouton and Maine station! April 18, 180?/ **• CUSUMAR• SuperUtendwt. ' ¥«rk * CmnlM-rlitiiu ititilroiid. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 1 1ST / “ *nd lf,<T MONDAY, April tralne will leave u 1 VlMf I ■ -. ,11 ffl-ln - - until further notice: Saeo River lor l-.inl.erf tr. (freight Train with Faesonger Cars) and 9.15 a. m., and 3.3»>p. m. Leave Portland tor Saco River, 7.46 a. m and 2.00 and 6,20 p. u. The 2 00 P. M. train out, and 6 46 ! a. m. train into Fortland.wiU be freight trains with passenger cars attached Stages connect at Maccarappa daily for South I inuhsm, Windham Outer and Great Falls. AtGorhain for West Gorham, Staudish. Steep Falls, Baldwin. Sebago, Bridgtou, liir&m, Liming ton, Cornish, Denmark, Brownfield. Lotel, 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-we.kly. for Hollis, Limerick, Ossipee, Newtield, Parsonsdcid, Kthugrain, Free* dom. Madison, laton. Cornish, Porter, Jtc. Fares 6 cents less 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. □■■BBC Trains leave Portland, Grand Trunk K9E7B93t*tion, f r Lewiston and Auburn, at 7.40 a. K. For Bangor and intermediate stations at 1.10 RETURNING—leave Lewiston at 6.20 A. is., and ! arrive in Portland at 8.30 A. n. Leave Bangor at 7.16 A. and arrive in Portland at 2 00 p. m. both then trains oonnect at Portland with trains for Boiton. Freight train leaves Portland at 8 a. and re I turning is doe inPortland at 1 p. m. Stages connect with trains at principal stations, . daily for most of the town. North er.d East of this line. C. M. MORSE,Sun t. Waterville, November, 18e*. d«i4 GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY Of Canada. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. jJBBB On and alter Monday, Nov. 9, 1863, trains will run daily, (Sundays except i to) until further notice, us follows: Up Train*. Leave Portland for South Paris at 7.40 A. n. For Island Pond nt 1.10 r. m. Down Trains. Leave Island Pond for Portland, at 8 A. a. Leave South Paris for Portland at 6.46 a. a. The Company are not responsible tor baggage to any amount exceeding «6« in value, uud that per soaal, unless notice Is given, and paid for at the rate of one passenger tor every *600 additional value. C. J. BRI DGES. Managing Director. U. BAILEY, Superintendent. Nov. 4,1368. aovS PORTLAND, 8A< O A PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. SUMUBR ARRANOBM KNT3, Commencing April 11th, 1864. MBaD Passenger Trains will lsave the Sta tlon. Canal strant, daily, (Snndays ex cepted) as toilows: Leave Portland for Boston, at 8.46 A. M. and 1.(0 r. m. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.10 a. m. and 1.00 p.«. Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.00 A. ■. and 6 (0 p. is. These trains will take and loave passengersat way stations. Freight trains leave Portland and Boston daily. FRANCIS CHASE, Saperiutendint. Portland. Oet 30.1363. oo31 edtf STEAMBOATS. Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. One of the following first-claw steamer* of this Line viaPeruvian, iliberma. North American. Jura, Bel gian, Nova Beotian, Moravian, Da mascus, will sail from Quebec, tvisr Sitirday Mobbing, for Liverpool via Londonderrv. The Nova Scotian, to sail from t^uobeo Satur day morning, June 11. Also the steamers St. David. St. Geouqi, St. Andrew. 9t. Patrick, tri monthly from Quebec for Glasgow. Prepaid and return tickets issued at reduced rates. For passage ai.ply'to 11. A A. ALL AN, Montreal, or to J.L. FARMER, inaylGdtf No. 10 Exchange street PortWnd. International Steamship Company. Eastport, Calais A St John. TWO Tltirs PEB WEEK. On and after Monday, March 38, the superior »ea-going Moamer NEW BRUNSWICK, Capt E. B _Winchester, will leave Railroad Wharf, loot of State Street, every Monday at 6 o’clock I*. 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 Robinson, St An drews and Calais, and with Stace coaches tor Ms chias, and at at. John with steamers for Freder icton and with steamer Kmteror tor Dir by, Wind sor and Halifax, and with the E A X. A. Railroad for Shediac and all wav stations. Returning, will leave St. John every Monday and Thursday at 8 o’clock A. M., for Eastport, Portland and Boston. Through tickets procured of the Agentsand Clerk on board Steamer*. Freight received till 4 o’clock P. M , Mondays and Thursdays. mhyCdtf_c c EATON. Agent. Portland and Boston Line. THE STEAMERS Forest City, Lewiston end Montreal Will, actil farther notice, ran si follows: Leave Atlantic Wh&rf, Portland, every Monday. Tneeday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, at 7 o'clock F. \l , and India Wharf, Boston, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday and Friday, at 7 o'clock P. M. Fare in " on Deck. 1.38 Freight taken as usual. The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding 960 In value, and that person al, unless notice is given and paid for at the rate of one passenger for every 9809 additional valne. Feb. 18.1869. dtf L. BILLINGS, Agent. i Portland nnd Sew York htrauiert SEMI-WEEKLY I.INK. The eplondid and fast Stoemshlpe "Locust point," Ca»t..w illwtt. and "FOTOMAC,” Captain Suut* wood, will,until further notice, ran aa follows: Leave Browns Wharf,, every WEDNES DAY, and SATURDAY, at i F. ifand leave Tier 9 North River, New York, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 8 o clock, P.M Tbeae recede are fitted op withfineaocomraodatioae for passengers. making this the moat epeedv, safe and comfortable route for travellers between New York and Maine. Passage 87,00, inolcding Fare and State Rooms. Ucoda forwarded br this line to and from Montreal. Snebea, Bangor, Bath, Augusta, Kaetpcrt and St chn. . Shippers are requested to send their freight to the steamers steady aa 3 F. M , on the day that thee I leave Portland. For freight or passage apply to EMERY A FOl. Brown'e Wharf, Portland. H. B. CROMWELL A CO., No. 81 West Street, New Tork. Deo 8.1868. dtf 63 Ptemoval. 63 J. M. KNIGHT & SON, Commissi o 11 Merchants, A nd dealers in Country Produce, have moved to No. 63 Commercial street. Portland. May 10th, 1864. maylOdtf fpHK subscriber hereby gives public notice to all X concerned,that he bar beeu duly appointed and taken upon himself the trust ol Administrator ol the estate of SAMUEL H. KfNU. late of Portland, in the County of Cumberland, de ceased, by giving bond gs the law direct*; he there fore request* all persons whs are indebted to the said deceased’s estate, to make immediate payment; and those who have any demands tbereou, to exhibit the same for settlement to MARQUIS F KING. Por’land May 17.1834. roay8Beod8w* TO CLEAR T E IIOUSEOF FLIES ( Ute Butcker’i Celebrated LIGHTNING FLY-KILLEE, A neat, cheap article, easy to use. Every sheet will . kill a quart. Sold everywhere. juoc4dEw8w 1 To .Wunufiirtiirers, Sliil* Builders, AN D person* d.viron* of Ural Kstato Iarcatmanta, . th» follow inii|>ror<Ttjri* offoroii at *ood bargain,, it House*' at priori from #1500 to #6(*00. 100 House Lots at prices from #300 to #8000 8000 Feet of water front suitable for wharves Ship ; yards. Manufacturing Sites, fronting deep water , i with due spring of water adjacent thereto and a , portion of it adjoining the Grand Trank Hail Road, I i from which freight niav be deposited on the premises, moii 17 8m MOSES GOULD, 74 Middle St. i • MEDICAL. | Lyon's Periodical Drops TIE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! ▲ MM BKTTf.B THAW ALL Pills, Powders dr Qaa<flc Preparations. Lyons Periodical Drops! -ABB- Z* Sure to do Good&ud cannot do Bam. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! The tireat Fcniule Kemedy LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ASK BATTER THAR ALL PILLS.POWDERS t QUACK PREPARATIONS LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARE SORE TO DO OSOD AND CANNOT DO HARM. Lyots’* Periodical Drops THE GREAT FEMALE REMEM. Lyon’M Periodical Drops ARE BRTTRR TUAN ALL PILLS, POWDERS j AND (JUACK MEDICINES. Lyon’s Periodical Drops ^re to do Good and oannot do Harm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Great Female Remedy. ' LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS ARK BETTHR THAI ALL Pills, Powders and Quack Preparations. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS -AM yUKK ro DO GOOD AND C1NKOT DO HASS Lyon’s Periodical Drops THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are better than all Pilla, Powders, And Quack Preparations. Lyon’s Periodical Drops, Sure to do Good and cannot do Harm. Price, SI per Bottle. For rale by oil Draggiata. At wholaaaia by W. F Phillipa. U. H. Ray A Co., Porttaad. aagSSaodly Female STRENGTHENING CORDIAL. ! . *■ ®f ,on* »«*•< •ncocy tor oorrect |n* all disorders incidental to the feminine mi That the aillicted may feel assured that this Cordial U truly valuable and worthy their conUdence,- not oua of thoee sscr. t compounds purposed to destroy healthy action. I add a few testimonials from bhya ician* whom all, lavoringthe Klectncand Kelormed Practice ot Medicine, respect, i w1LLA11 p11 KG E, formerly Professor in the \\ urostsr Medical College, and President of the kiectric Medical Society, Mass . epeaks ol it la the following terms: " I bare u.ed tbe Female Strengthening Cordial similar to that preparation by DR GKO W SWKTT.1U6 Hanover Street, and I regard it as one of the best Medicines for Female comnlainta that can be (band.” v DR. J. KING. Author of " Woman : Her Dis eases and thsir Treatment/' says. •• Tbi. Medicine appear, to exert . .pec lfle lalu ' "<•*• on tbe Uteraa. It i. * rateable agent in nil de ranremeut. of tbo Female Reproauetire Urns. ” Dlt SMITH, rn.ldent of tbo New YwVam— eintton nf Bo ten c Physician*. .ay.. “ No Faina].' if in delicate health,.bond omltth. timely use of thl. valuable Cordial. 1 owe much ol my aucceM in midwifery to tbo uh of thD Modi cine.’’ MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES The following from Dr. FAT la worthy your no* tice: •• A* n general remedy for Female Complaint, tbia ' Cordial ie a very valuable one. but by tbo l'rofu •ion it I. eateemed more highly for (t. good reeult during t'onSnement In relieving tbe great .ntlbrlnc attendant upon childbirth. I acknowledge with D * booth that much of my .uecea* in midwifery la dua to tbe n.e of tbi. medicine. It atrengtbena both mother and child. In each c..e. I follow the di rection, of Prof King, by allowing my patient, to u,o it a few week, previou. to coufln»XMBt a. by the energy it Impart, to the uterine norroua ’.y.tern the labor whl be very much fnciln.ted. and remove, tbe scrap. whieti many female, are liable to. No woman, if .bu knew thewruat ruiueof tbiaStroagtb. oning i ordial would lalTto um it." 1 hare reorired numcrou. teatimoniali from diff erent part, of tbe country where uied. Knowing the good it i. capable of doing, I w II warrant arm bottle ol my “ Cordial" to be tatiafactory in iu to- • • ulti. Tbe following symptom. Indicate thoee affection, in which the ffrtna.c Strengthening Cordial ha. i proved invaluable: ImliepoailioB to Exertion. W.tefnlneu, L'nea.1 ne», Oepre..ion ot Spirit., Trembling. Lou of Fewer, Fain in Uie Back. Aiiernaw Chill., and . Flu.hlng of Heart, Dragging Hen.ation at tbe Lower Fart of tbo Body, Headache, Laaguor. Ach ing Along the tbigba. Intolerance of Light and j Sound, Fain Countenance. Derangement ot .he Stomach and Bowele, Difficult Breathing Uyatorta be., he. 'I It 1. a .pooitic remedy in all Uterine DDeane. Chloroai. ol Green sicknau. Irregularity, Pain fun nee», Profuse or Suppra-ion or Co. tom ary Die charge. Leucorrhwa or White., Scirrbu or Uleer ate State ol tbe U tern.. Sterility, be No better Tonie can poulbly be put np than tbia. > and none lea. likely to do barm .and it D com pried wholly ot vegetable ageB'a, and inch n. we bare I known to be valuable, and bare uied tor many ' year.. ' I PRICE, One Dollar Feb Bottle, or Ux bottle, for M. Should vour druggist not hure it, und dlrutly to us. and when six bottle, or more are ordered we will pay all expense., aud bare it accurely pecked from obeerv.tlon. Bo sure and get that prepared at tbe New England Botanic Depot. IdS Hanover St Booton. CIEU W.8WETT, M. D.. Proprietor. II. II. HAY, Agent, Portland. mchaeoMm _ HAVE new been before the pubHe for nearly a year They are universally pronounced the neatest ami beet titling collars extent. The upper edge presents a per feet curvo, free from th« angles noticed in all other collars. The cravat causes no puckers on the inside of the turn-down collar.-they are AS HMOOIU INSIDE AS OUTalDE,—and therefore perfectly free and easy to the neck. Inc Garotte Collar has a smooth and evenlj fin ished edge on nom sides. These Collars are not «tmp)v flat pieeee of paper cut in the form of a collar, but arc molded ahd SHAPED TO PIT TUI Hit K. They are made in “Novelty “(or turn-down style )ln every half size from 12 to 17 inches, and In “Eureka,” (or Garotte.) from 13 to 17 inches; and packed in “solid size” in ueatblne cartons, containing 100 each; also in smaller ones of 10 each.—the latter a very handy package for Travellers. Army and Navy Officers 5JT EVERY COLLAR is stamped ''Gbat’s Patent Molded Collab.” Hold by all dealers in Men's Furnishing Goods. The Trade supplied by HATCH. JOHNSON * CO Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Men’s Furnish ing Good* and Umbrellas 81 Davonsmaa 8t . Bog roN. Mass. mch22eod3m Ordinance Against Doga. City of Poet laud. Marshals Office, l May 2d. 1*J4. 1 SECTIOH 1 —No deg shall be permitted to go at large or loose in any s»reet ’ane, alley, eeurt or trav eled way. or In any uuinelosed or public pi*ce in this ! Jity. uutil tbe ewner or keeper of such dog, or the ! head o< the family, or the keeper oftbe bouse store, j ibop. office, or other place where such dog la kept >r harbored, shall have paid the City Marshal two i iollars for a licese for such dog to go at large. Sac 7.—In case any dog shall be found loose or | going at large, contrary to any of the foregoing I provisions. *he ow ner or keeper thereof, or the head y( the family or keeper of the hoase. store, cffice, or l >tle place w here such dog is kept or harbored.shall eifel’ ami pay a *um not exceeding ten dollars, m j 6 12m JOHNS II F.ALO. City Marshal. NOTICE. OUR patriotic women are reminded, that while such urgent call* for the relief of our soldiers continue, garment* to he made for them, will be riven out every afternoon from 2to 6 o'clock, at the looms of the Ladies' Sanitary Committee, New City iuiidirg _ Per Order. Juue 1, 1861 —dfw Ice Cheat fop Sale. \N /ce (Viett of superior style, havieg all the latest improvements, and fli ished with various kppsrtments-wel) calculated for a large family— laviug been in use for a short time, will be aM<h at k bargain. A nets addressed to Icn, Press Offioe.wlll receive Atention juneMtf _MEDICAL. MORE TEhTIMOMALK : m MRS. MANCHESTER !■ constantly receiving unsolicited testimonials O' ths attonitMng cures performed ty her. Ancii| recently reeeired are tba following, which art oommended to the notjoe of the afflicted. Mrs Man ohastar may he sonaalted at ITo.ll Clapp’s Block, Room Ko. A. A CASE OW SPINAL DISK A.E CURED This la to certify that 1 went n> ,ee lira, Manohos Urlaat March with a daughter of minetrouLled with spinal disease, for which she had been doetr.rcd for Ere years, and by a number oi pbyaioiaus of 1 kinds; and she has bad twenty-one applications oi electricity applied, bat all to a o effect; bat she oca tlnnally grew worse. 1 oame to the conclusion, as the last resort, to go and see Mrs. Manchester, ana did to; and to my great surprise sbe told me the llrst anae oi the disease, and how she bad been from Urns to time, which eaooaragod me to try her medicine#. Ididso. and now my danghter is able to be around the honse all of the time, fibs also rides ten or fit. teen miles without any trouole or lnconrenienoe.Md I think in e slytrt time she will be restored to perfect health. Since my dnnghter bus been doctoring, I hnre heard of a great many cafes that Mrs. HUnchc s terhaeemred. Ithlnk-ifuny person beserrrs pat* ronage, It la the one who tries to preserve the health of the tiok and .uflhring; and 1 iwon tluki alto iili every efcrt which Uas la her power to benefit hot panmia 8a*ah L* Kxioht*, GUOttUh Ua'LHU, ABVT tt. KllOHIt, -rustic*, «*., Augutt’uV' *" “"*• OEM or THE GREATEST CUKES on EE CORD Mno. Manonntrnn-fbeor Madam.—Thinking a statement of my eaae may be oi service to others similarly afflicted, 1 hasten to give it to yon. This la briefly my ease—1 was taken tick nbont 16 months ago with the Liver Complaint in a very bad form. I applied to tear different physicians, tnt re eetved no benefit an til I called on yon. At that «t—+ 1 given np business, and was in a very bed state, . bat after taking your medicine frr a short time J be gan to recover, aad In two months I was entirely well, and had gained several ponnda of dash, and ••a trwly say that by your skill I am a perfectly heel ky man. Jos are Davis, Ration I Modoc Depot, Portland, Ms. A MM MARKABLE CURE ORA CASE OR DRO BT CURED BY MRS. M AS CHEST MR, Thl» 1» to certify that I have been eared of :b Dropey of fifteen remit ftendinit by Mrt. MantAtt t*r. I have been to phyiieiaaf ia button. Mew Tort aad Philadelphia. They all told me that they coal 1 do nothing for am, uuleu they tapped me, and ai cared me that by tapping I coaid bvc bat a ihort flmc. I had Bade ap my mind to go home aad live aa long ae I could with the dheaeo. and then die. Oa my way home 1 flayed over night in Portland with a friend of mine, and told them wh&t my mind wu a regard to my dlceaao. They finally penoaded a i to go and fee Mrt Manchester. She eaamiatd Be aad told ae ay cue exactly. 1 ™ co much cetonlfhed to think that the told aa correctly, that I told her that I would take her medi. ciacc, not having the lout fait k that they would me aay good, or that I thoald get the flighted relict from any oounto whatever; finally I took the medi cine aad weal home, la one week from the time I commenced taking the medicine, J had ovtr three gallon! of water put me la tevea hour!; and ay fel low fmScrere any be aaared that it true a great rebel to me. I had not been able to lie down ia bed at night befbrethie for two yeart. Mow I can lie do' with perfect eue I have taken her medieinr eight a on the, aad am u well aa aay ana conic t to be. aad no tlgat of dropey. I would ndvhv that are flok to go aad coaaalt Mrt. MancAti even If they have been given ap by other j ftoiaaa. I have coat her a number of ccece of o dfrocoee, aad chc haa eared them aleo. Go aad Ihi yoartclvcc. I had no faith, bat bow ay Ihltu caaaot bcthakedU her»kill In telling aad caring filcaaee. Citut! s. U taaox, Sanaa E. Baaacm, MaaT A. Hanoi. fieager, Motet, April Id. Ovfiob Hotrma— From S A M. till IP. M. eaglT ia hoe tel edly Dl. I. B. HUGHES OA* BB TOWD AT Hit PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS. Wo. 3 Temple Street, WHERE he can be conceited privately, aad with the Btmoet confidence by the afilicted, at all hoara daily, from la.l.telr. a. Hr. H. addreceee thoee who are -aflbrlng under the • aflUetiou or private difecre, whether aritting irom Impure oonn-ctioa or the terrible vice ol tclAboie Devoting hia entire time to that pciticnlar branch of the mod ice I proteeskin. be ice l* warrautc-i ia Oca a urratif a Coatu an Cain, whether ofloa •taadlag or recently contracted, entirely rcmovln tbo drege of diteame from the evuirm, and making perfect aad PERM ASM ST CURE. * He weald call tbe attention of the afflicted to h net of his long standing bd«1 well earned rrLutBtitiB furnishing sufficient assurance of his ok ill And b«o MM. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Every Intelligent mud thinking person must know that remedie s banded out from general use should Ebto their efficaoy established bv well tested expe rience in the bonds of x regular, r educated physi cian, whose preparatory study tits him ter air the defies he must loiiUi; yet the country is flooded with poor nostrums and oure-alls. purporting to be the boot in the world, which are not only useless, but al ways injurious. The unfortunate should be fabtic Ulab in selecting his physician, as It ia a lamentable rat moontrovertablc fact that many syphilitic ap Uentsaro made miserable with ruined constitu’ioM by maltreatment from inexperienced i hysiciaae In y the beet ay philographera. that tbo study and man S""t *f «••• complaints abcuid engross tbo whole time of those who would bo competent and •aepeaefal in their treatment and cure. Tbe inex perienced general practitioner, having neither op port unit t nor time to make himself acquainted with tbefrpathology, commonly pasruet one ivden of treatment, In moot cases making an indisci uninale eeo of that antiquated aad dangerous wees on, Mer mrj. HAVE CONPIIUCXCE. All who bar* committed mo rxceee of any k nd . whether ft he the solitary vice of youth, or the stm*. lag rebuke of misplaoed conaoeL-u in maturer yean, SEEK FOB AN ANTIDOTE IB SEASON. The Paine and Aches, end Lk’sltode and Nerreas Prostration that may follow ttupu-eCoition, are the Barometer to the whole system. Do not wait for the consummation that Is sore to fol low, do not wait for Unsightly Ulcers, ior Disabled Limbs, for L-«s of Beanly and Complexion. BOWMABT THOUSANDS CAB TESTIFY TO TBIS B T UBHAPP T EXPERIENCE. Tonne Man troubled with emissions in sleep, a oomplafnt generally the result of a bad habit In youth, treated eoiontlBcallj, and a perfect core war reeled or no charge made. Hardly a day passes but we are consulted by one or more young men with the shore disease, some ol whom are as weak and emaciated as though they had the consumption. and by their Wends -appfed to hare it. All such c tees yield to tho proper and only eorroet oonrso or treatment. s«d in a short t me are mad* to rujoioe in perfect health. MIDDLE AGED I # There are many men at tne a.. . .. .. \.„iara i Doubled with too frequent evacuation* from the bladder, often accompanied by u slight smarting ot burning seoaatlon. and weakening the -yetcm iu a manner the patient cannot nccount tor. On exam, laiug urinary dap; aits a ropy ago.meat will often be found, and sometimes small partlelra of tenon or albumen urill appear, or the color will bo of a tbta I mllkish'hue, again changing to a da'k and tort id appearance There are many m n who d e of this dlflealty,ignorant of tbeeauae. which ia tba SECOND STAGE OF SEMINAL WEAKNESS. I can warrant a perfect cure in such and a foil and healthy restoration of tho urinary organs. Pomona who cannot personally consult the Dr., aan do eo by writing in u plain manner a description Of thair disease. and the appropriate remedies wilt be forwarded immediately. All oorreapendanoe strictly oonddential and wUi be returned if desired Address. DR. J R HI GHER, Mo. 6 Tampla St. (corner of liiddle) Portland. I^ogand Stamp for oiroular. Eclectic Medical lniirmary. TO THE LADIES. De. HCQHES particularly inrltea all l adles wne Bead a medical adviser, to ea)l at his rooms. No. I Temple Street, wbloh they will hud airanged (or their especial accommodation Dr. H.’a Eclectic Keuovatmg Medicinaaareunrival lad in sthoacy and superior nrtue in regelating all Female irregularities Their action Is 'iwcido and aartaiu of producing ruliaf ia u -tort time. xADlES will dnd if invaluable In uli cases of ob •truotions after all other rsmedie. have horn trted lu gala. Ilia purely regetable. oontalniag nothin* ia the least Injurious to the health, and may be taPca with per foot safety at all Una 7 . Baattoaay part of the aoaatry with full directions hyaddreaaing DR HUCiithN, MO. ( Temple ■ treat, eoraer of Mid die. l ort.aa d. *• E.—LAniEhdeetringmayeoneait one oltastr owaeaa. A lady of experience iu constant ati> nd aaaa. lanldawig JAMES EDMOND & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 13 LIBERTY SQUARE, . . BOSTON Are prepared tn order at favorable ratea, COLT NESS and OLKNGAKNOCK I* I G IRON, Alio, BAR. SHEET. » BOILER PLATE tROS, of Engllih and Scotch Mauuiacturo. WeihaUeontlnui to receive, tn addition to oar American Brick, a regular supply of ENGLISH. SCOTCH, A WELCH EIRE BRICK mchil eodAa.

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