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

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated August 6, 1864 Page 4
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ORIGINAL. [Written for th# Pre**.] TBIJE NOBILITY. BY IDA PERLKY. It was & bright morning In July, and tie little town of W— was early astir to witm ss the departure of the —th Maine Regiment for the war fields of Virginia. Gay banners—mute, but eloquent emblems of loyalty, proudly floated in the breeze; and beneath them march ed and counter-marched many a noble, manly form to the music of the bugle and drum. Priceless offerings were they upon the altar of liberty, t hese fine, brave men who, leaving ail they had hitherto held dearest, wenth forth to battle,—not for kiugs and idols,—not for emolument and power,—not for the purpose of wresting a nation from its rightful owners, —but that our flag should wave over a free aud undivided country that they aud their forefathers bad long called their own. But a crisis had come and with it the time for action. The enemy were at the very gates of the Capi tol; and not only was the republic endanger ed. but the very life of the President had been menaced by those whom ho had never wrong ed by word or act of oppression. But the war trumpet had sounded from the South; the North put ou its armor ot resistance, and strong men grew stronger with the impulse of a determination to couquor or die! And thus it was ou that bright sunny morning with the gallant regiment who had resolved to do their part in the cause of freedom. A little back fr jm the road stood the dwell ing of Judge Weston, guardiau-uncle of Mary Fates; aud when the suu began to peep over the forest trees, she stood in the purple shad ow of the morning-glories by tbe side of her soldier-lover. She was very pale and the soft dark eyes uplifted to the face of her compan ion, were humid with unshed tears. “You will write often? so otleu that 1 shall have no chance to tbiuk or fear that I am quite forgotten.’’ "Oh, Harry! as if I could If All thn /mltf IVLinil Y in it.!, n.! I.. „ J J J -— - — — • ~ — " —V worldwas tbs passiouate reply. “Not the only, Mary. Surely, you must be mis taken." “Oh, you do not understand me, nor my po sition here. Perhaps 1 have met many whom 1 like I aud respected, but there is no one here that I can love, Bavc yourself, dear Harry.’' ■he added, naively. “ And I would not have it otherwise Mary. You see that love makes men selfish aud exactiug sometimes; but I need uot ask you to be faithful to me. 1 kuow that you will be, darliug; and if your uncle is again urgent for you to give your hand to bis old friend, tell him frankly that it is already promised to me, and if my life is spared, I shall yet win promotion, aud then he can but remember his promise. Do you know why he should make that a condition to our uniou Mary?" “ Yes, I know," was the low reply; “but with myself, who can see in my hero all that is good and noble, a more tiiie^could make no difference. Bo his rank whatever it may, he is my hero still; aud 1 am very proud ol him." “Dear little flatterer.” And the young man drew her closely to his heart aud kissed her tenderly. “ I will earnestly stride to be wor thy of such pure, unselfish affection. But I must leave you now, Mary, praying that Heav en will bless and keep you, darling, till we meet again. Once more, farewell He was gone; and whan a little later the regiment went by with waving banners, and bayonet flashing in the sunlight; she parted the morning-glories, and returned his salute with a smile full of love and trust. Lingering there till the sound of the bugle and drmn di ed away in the distance, she entered the house, and went up to her room to pray for her sol dier-lover, and his safe return. Night had fallen cold and gloomy on the blood-stained field of Anlietain. The winds sigh'd aud mourned like a requiem for the brave men slain in that terrible strife. Here and there the darkneas was relieved by the gleamiug of lanterns borne by men who had come to look after and care for the poor suffer ers who might need their services. A little to the right where the dead and dying covered the ground, stood an ambulance into which two had been carefully laid by the good sama rllaus who found them among a heap of the alaln. "Mortally wounded!" was their sad verdict. But there was no lime to be lost, and the ambulance moved slowly on its way to the hospital. “Do you think he will live, Dr. ?” enquired the nurae, as they stood by the bed of their patient. “Yea; Col. Graham will do very well, but for his friend, there is no hope," was the low reply, as he turned to the next bed on wbich lay tossing in the delirium of lever our btave soldier-lover, Harry Sanford. Oh, it was piti ful to hear him call for one too far away to hear or help him when he ueeded her so much. Bjt his Colonel who had learned to respect and love him, was soon able to leave his bed that ho might minister to his friend us no oth er could there. Aud he it was who wrote to Mary, and with the tenderness of a brother told the sad story,—one of many that has car ried desolation to unnumbered hearts and homes. He it was who received her more dead than alive at the door ol the hospital, and who gently led her to the side of him who was her all—her world! and to find him thus! “Oh, Mary, Mary! will you let me die here all alone ? Could you not stay with me one short hour?" It was the touching plaint of Gelhsemene’s Lord, and it thrilled the hearts of all who heard it. “I am here, dear Harry. I will never leave nor forsake you again.” un, me magic power or love! Who can withstand it? What is life worth, without it* aweet influence! The sick man opened his eye*, aud when they fell upon her whom he loved so well, he smiled, and v*th a quick im pulsive movement drew her closely to hi* breast, murmuring fond words that she alone could hear. From that time till night he seem ed to rally, but ere the day closed those around him saw that strange, mysterious shadow that Is agony to see upon the face of one w e love. Pale as marble, but outwardly calm aud self possessed, Mary stood by the bedside with one hand clasped in his, while with the other she softly brushed hack the clustering hair from his brow, now moist and cold with the dew of death. Col. Graham came to her side and kind ly offered to relievo her; but she only shook her head, and said gently, “I am not weary." Harry heard it all, and said slowly, bnt dis tinctly—“No; the angels never weary ia their kiud ministrations to mortals, I know you will never forget me, Mary; hut if you can learn to love one who is worthy, be to him what you would have been to me, dearest. Let your love incite him to deeds of valor, aud when he asks for this little hand, give it to him, give It freely for my sake, and in memory of this hour. You will promise to be a brother to her?” and he turned appealingly to Col.Graliam,‘'I canuot leave her alone.” "I promise, dear lriend. She shall never need a brother’s care while I live”; was the earnest reply. “May our Father in Heaven bless yon. Gra ham. But it grows dark. I can scarcely sep 1 yon, Mary. Kiss me once more, darling; and say good night. It w ill soon be morning.” Aye, for him! the iaitliful soldier,—the true hearted friend! whose life had ever been pure and good. Surely, it must have been a bright—a glorious morning that dawned for him in Heaven! It was Christmas eve, and yuie fires burned’ brightlv on many a hearth-stone in the pleas ant homes of New England. Stauding in the embrasure of a window were two whom we have met before; Col. Graham aud Mary Fales. More than a year bad passed since the battle ol Antietam, and many a heart then made desolate, has listened to words of sym-1 ■ ■ m. ■ - r.rvm*****,,.,., pathy, and listening, have been comfortad, for the friends not lost—hut gone before'. And thus it was with lbe gentle girl who Imd been bereft of all that was dearest aud best to her. But she was a woman, and with a wo man’s instinctive desire for some one on whom she could lavish the wealth of her loving heart, she could not fail to appreciate the kind ami delicate attentions of Col. Gra ham. And it was w ith ill-concealed pleasure that she arose to greet him wheu lie entered the room. With the quick eye of allection, he noted the sudden glow on her fair face, and it gave him ’heart of grace’ to tell the “sweet old story, that is lorever new.” “When we stood together by the bedside of one |dear to us both, I promised to be your friend, aye, brother; and I have tried hard to redeem that promise. But it is not a broth er,* love that has been growing in my heart ever since that day, when Harry confided you to my care: aud I have come tonight to tell you this, aud to ask you to be my wife—can you learn to love me, Mary?” She raised her eyes to his one moment, and then hi ding her face on his shoulder, said softly:— “There is uo need that 1 should learn such a lesson, Louis. 1 loved you once, for dear Harry’s sake; I love yon now, for your own.” Twilight had faded iuto night; hut loosing out upon the white-robed earth, and from thence upward to the starry skies, they saw the .Star of Bethelem shining down upon them like a benediction. CHANDLER HOUSEj Botliol. Tills Hotel, located in the most beautiful and ro mail tie vil aye on the lie** ot the urand Trunk Railroad, 2u miles trom (jor _jiain, K . H.. hss beeu recently built, with special ieterenc« to the want* of toe pleasure-trav eling public. It contains fifty spacious, well venti lated ami neatly furnished rooms, from all of which views of grand mountain scenery may be had. No pair s will b* st ared to make this a lavorite resort for the touriBi and p»easure-»*ek*rs. I’art.cular atten tion will te paid to bportbmen, and conveyance to the lakes, and all places of interest will w ill be fur nished ou reasonable terms. Horse* and carricges aud saddle homes to let. A good bowling .saloon is connected with the house. A Carriage will be in constant attendance to con vey guests of the house from and to the depot, on ! the arrival and departure of passenger tra ls. Transient and permanent hoarder# so iled 1 8 CHANDLER k CO., Proprietors. bethel. 31e. July 9 —dim Noa-Side House, IIAKPSWELL NECK, CASCO BAY. ^ This elegant and commodious Ho tel, situated on the extremity of ML*ttHm Ilarpswed Neck, about halt a mite Bbe<>w t,RJ weli-known Mansion ■44■* fiHCygiP House, ha- just been completed after the desigus oi u M., E»q., Architect, and under his superintendence, and will be open for company On and after (lie Fourth of July* The House is the largest establishment, construct ed expressly for the purpose of a Hotel, *t any Wat I wing Place on the coast of Maine. It is situated in the centre 01 a dense grove of old trees, with ave . uues and vistas cpenuig to the waters of th Bay, hut a few yards distant ou either side. Nearly surrounded by the sea, and abundantly shaded by trees, the House has a spacious and beau tiful verandah, extending oi er throe hundred and thirty ^eet ou three sid« s of the building, with wWe and thoroughly vemimted hal.s and corridors iu the interior, so t hat visitors cau enjoy the most cornple e ' protection from the summer heat. The steamboat wharf and boat land’ngsare on the west side, tut a tew s.ep- from the House. Ample facilities are at hand for hoatiugaud fishing. On the , east side is a fine gravel basoh. where the luxury of l sea-ba hiujr can be enjoyed at ail time* of the tide. At a short distance on tho uoribta'-t, across an arm 1 of the sea is Orr’s Island, celebrated by Mrs Beech er Stowe’s well known uovcl. The 8 a Side House is acces-iblo by land from 1 Brunswick, fifteen miles distant, by one of the finest t drives iu the State, aud by daily stcaiub .it from 1 Portland through the inside passages among the islands of the Buy. Visitors coming from the Kennebec and other parts of the interior, cau leave the railroad at Bruns wick, aud proceed bv stage to Harpswell. or contin ue to Portland and take the steamer, w hich runs down and back twke a day. f JOHN T. SMITH, Proprietor. ~ BRADLEY'S HOTEL, -OS THU Ann-lit an and Euro|>cuu Plan*. Cor.of Commercial & India Sts. ^ This House is si nated directly opposite fwl^the Grand Trunk Kai.roa ; Depot, and head rJALWol Boston and Portland Meam< rs’ Wharf. iitaffM*! Uon nested with this House is a first class luESEkHOyster and Dining liall. JiMEs Bli ALLEY, Jr., A CO., Proprietors. J. Bradley, Jr. p. H. Bradley. Junel5d6m Atlantic ITouso, SCARBORO' BEACH. rTIIIS House having been enlarged and refitted throughout will open lor the sea son on .Monday, June 13, 18G4, „ ri E GUN BISON. N. B.—Positively closed on the halbath to all transient visitors. junell Ocean House Re-Opened! 2a The undersigned having leased for the C2XUQM*>('aK)u this well ostabiLhed Watering place, I Jffwlc?wmuiclv fi!u*ud n :he outer verge 01 Elizabeth. With unrivalled lacili 1 / ** M: ian for limhiitfr, Itoiiiiiip, mid l’i«|iin|r, iftcr0^"'11 J°r an(^ pornuxeent on and Tuesday, the 7th day of June. Ilverv do«ir»l>I(j oouve k-uce will be supplied for the pleasure mid com on, ol ils piirons wilb rozxiti to the i equiicint nt - and character ol a FIRST CLASS HOTEL. We reel as-un-d th,t < ur exertions, added to the unusual atiractioti, ol the house iieelf, willsecure u the approbation aud patronage of the public. Z£TPositively cloned vn the Sabbath. HILL & JOULAN, Proprietors. Cape Elizabeth, June 7. 1864. dtf BAY VIEW” HOUSE, CAMDEN. ~ 1 he Skibscribc-rs take pleasure in an uuuneiuf lotki ir Irieuu.-aiid an mu rested m It tiding • Im elu>. seaside I let.I aciom 1 inodaiioii8,tl,at ibeir new aud spacious lio lei wiiiooop ncarl, inJuue. ltcoutxins ailibetuod eru improvement* aud every convenience tor the comfort aud accommodation ol the travelling tub lie. Iti« finely located, oominaoding an unrivalled view of the 1 enobscot Bay. The advantages of' sea bathing and the facilities for liplmjg aLd boating are unsurpassed. For it* beauiiful scenery and de lightful drives and walks, Camden is already favor abl. kuown as one of the most eligible and delight fu! watering places in New England. Connected with the Hotel is ft fine Livery stable, horses aud carriages having been selected with great care. The carnages are lrorn the best establishments iu the counti y. and ou the most approv ed styles, hioam boat landing* easy ot aocesn; steamers touching ev ery day in the week. telegraph communication with all parte of the country. Those wishing >o re cure good rooms will do well toapply soon, as uiauv are already engag' d. ., . ULblliNG & J0UN8T0N, Proprietors. 1 ( amden, June 2, 1868.—dtf fleatam Suburban Resort. C^LiPISIC house, WEST BROOK. ■ ™f**,**,nt "“burban Watering Place, 1< calea upon a pl*»a.-aiit enunouce near Ca* PW*c 1 oud. butZj milo* from Portland, bav in* boon placed in the moat ample order by tpe t ubtcribcr. he moat respectfully soli* its rurrib°r«!dTJnud^“‘d ; , *b® bouse is pleasant, retired ant quiet The I c"? Md’Ji^hm r"^ln** a11• »"i ' ht rooms .1. , ** 1 > be tables arc supplied with ail on ." ‘iCnU’“ *!" “thc •“batamiSE« the .*»! Ne i Wei*. **;rvlc® u< one ol the very best cooks in England liare been Monied. aream?nJ*hilS?‘“dtt bue -ublo with roomy .tail, •r*1”''11); <ht conveniences ot the establishment I dsTim.1“® B»'bing Hume sullitient for the accommo datjou of severer bathers ha. been erected with steps projecting into ten leel of water, and the whole se cured front observation by atloaiing screen i„vd o A/Vor,! 8race the banks ot the Pond and inute the ludulgeuce of the lounger. Uopiug for a share ol the public patrouagetlie un dersigned promises to spate no eflort lor th. on er. Westbrook“51 a)*21 **1864. UE° Wm“s {*,};“• HALLOWELL HOUSE REO P E N E E> i NEW FURNITURE & FIXTURES! $•<}. DENIES, Proprietor. The public are specially informed that the iV^.ro B,1con.ven*< nt au‘* well known Hallowell 1 aS. .,;,"1"'"’1 Hallowell, tan miles from I been tvftirnhd S?*r nli.'e from Spring, has comnauv s*nn » d' *nd * "P‘,n for tY* reception ot k d t'®rmanont boarders. attention will be given to the oomfort ol RTA BL Iwg. !re^m'p?ytpUrovidCe3m'‘',‘iC"0<'“ °f * betel, | Hallowel ,Kcb 1 1864. mchlE.odtf THE AMERICA* IIOI NI;, [Nanover Street .... Boston, The Largest and Beat Arranged Hotel IH SEW KN GLAND , LEWI* RICE, Proprietor. 00I6 ly « _ PROPOSALS. ' p r. o o s A- j_ si — FOR — Materials for the Navy. Nm Dkpaktmest, J Hurtctur/ Steam hngtnt*ring, July 10, IStH. > S. bAl.l.U t'JtOl'OSALS to furnisb maurialsi for ) tlie Navy lor the li-cal year ending June wtn, lbG5, will be received ut the Bureau of Sieain Engi neering, until 10 o’clock of the l2tb day ol August next, at winch time theepaaiugwill be commenced. 1 reposals must be endorsed * Proposals lor Mute rials lortue Navy,” that they may be distinguished i from other business letters,aud d.iected to the Chief ! of the Bureau ol Steam Eugiuoeriug. The materials aud articles embraced in the classes named are particularly described iu the printed schedules, any 01 which will oe furnished to such as j desire to oiler, ou application to the i/ouimandant* ' ol the respective yarns, or to the Navy Agents near est thereto, aud those of all the yaids upou applica I tion to ilio Bureau. i nis division iuto classes be ing lor thecouvcnience of dealer* iu each, such cla .-es only will be turuiah ed as are actaaiiv required lor bids. The Command ant and Navy Ageut lor each station will, in addi I tion to the schedule 01 classes of their own yards, have a c.-py of the schedules ol the other yaids lor examination only, frdfe which may be judged wbetb j or it will be desirable to make ap, lication for any ol the classes oT those yards. All other things being I equal, i tcference will be given to articles of Auui* icuti miuulaoture. Offers must le made for the whole of tbo class at j any yard, upon one of the printed schedules, or iu strict conformity therewith, or they will not bo con sidered. Upon application to the Bureau, to the Comraanti i aut ofauy yard, or to any Navy Agent, the loriu of offer, oi guaranty, aud other nectary luiormatiou respecting the p opo als, will be furnished. The contract will lie awarded to the lowest bidder who gives proper guaranties, as required by the law* I at August 10, 184U, t -eNavy Department reserving ! the i jg>it to reject tue lowest bid, or any w hich may i be dewmed exorbitant. i ho conti acts will bear date the day the notifica tion is given aud deliveries cau be d mantled from that date. I bureties in the full amount will be required to sign j the contract, and their responsibility certified to by i a United spates District Judge, United b ates Dis trict Attorney, Collector or Navy Agent. As addi ! tional security, twenty per centum will be withheld j from the amount ol the bills uutu the contracts shall * have been completed, aud eighty per centum of each htji, approved iu tnpiicate b> me Commandants ol | the respective yard.-*, wifi be paid by the Navy Agents at the points of delivery, iu funds or certihcuue, at the option o» the Uovsrnment. within ten days at :-r tue warrant for the same shall have been passed by the Secretary of tho Treasury. The following are the classes required at the re spective navy •yards. hlJTJCBY, MAINE. Class No. 1, boiler iron. Ac ; No. 2, pig iron; No. 3, boiler felting No. 4. guru packing, &c : No. 5, *p«-rm oi'; No G liuaecj on Ac; No 7 lard oil; No 8 meta'iicoi!: uo9 tal.ow and soap; No 10 engineers’ stoie*; No 11 engineers* tools; ao 12 eugimei»* in struments . No 14 wrought iron p j*e • r; No 15 tubes . No ldateii; No J7 irou nails, bobs and mts; No 18 ' copper; No 19 tiu Ac; No 3 ) while lead ; No 21 zinc paint; No 22 c Gored paiuts; No 23 stationery; N'o 24 fir. wood ; No 34 cotton waste, packing Ac; No 35 engineers' ate res. CHARLESTOWN. MASS. Class No 1 boiler iron ami rivets; no 2 pig iron ;no 3 boiler feitiug; uo 4 gum packing, lubber hose Ac; ' no 6 sperm oil; no® linseed oil uud turpentine: no 71ardoil; no 8 metal ic on; nop tallow aud soap; I no Id engineers’stores; no 11 engineers’ tools; no \ 12 engineers’ instruments; uo 13 steam pumps; no j 14 wrought iron pipe, valves, Ac; uo 15 tubes; no 1G ! steel; uo 17 irou nails, bolts, nuts, Ac; uo 18 oopper; no 19tin. ziue, fee; uo 20 white lead; no 21 zinc ' paint; no 22 co ored paints, dryers, Ac; no 23 sta tionery ;no 26?hickory and ash plguk and butts; uo 2G wliite pine; no34 hemp and cotton packing. Ac; no 3.) engineers' stores, Ac. BROOKLYN. N Y. (lass no 1 boiler iron ; no 2 pig iron; no 3 boiler leltiag, no 4 gum packiug, rubber hose. Ac; uo 5 | sperm oil; no 6 linseed oil,* turpcn.ine. alcohol, Ac; , no 7 lard oil; no 8 lubricating or metalic oils; no y tallow and soap; no 10engineers stores; uo 11 engi Ktsn' too.s; no 12 engine-rs’ instruments; no 13 1 steam pumps; uo 14 wrought iron pipes, va.ves, Ac; no l£ lubes; no 16 steel; uo 17 irou nails, boits. nut a, Ac: uo 16 copper: n > l’J tin, zinc, leal, Ac; no 20 white lead; no 21 z;nc paint, uo 22 co ored paints, dryers. Ac; uo 28 stationery; no 24 lire wood ; uo 25 , mokory and ash p ank and tufts, uo 26 white pine; ! no 27 black wainut and oherry; no 2s iftabogany. whit holley: uo 29 lanterns; no 80 lignumvttgi; v;> 81 drudgpous. pumps, Ac: uo 32 sour tlour, cruel* ties, Ac; u > 3* patented articles; no 34 cotton aud hemp packings, Au, up 85 engineers' stores. PHILAUELTHJA, Class uo 1 bailer iron. Ac; no 8 betlur foiling: no 4 gum packing, rubber hose, Ac; no 5 sperm of!, no 6 linsted oil and turpentine; no 7 l&rdoii; no l* til low soap, Ac; no 10 engineers’ stoies; no 11 engi neers* tools; no 12 vugiaetrs' instruments; no 14 wrought! on pipe, valves, A*; u-> 15 tubes; uo 10 *toe«: uo 17 iron mils, boits and nuts, no J# copper; uo 12 tin, Ac; no 20 white lead; no 21 ziqu paipf; no ‘U co. ored p-iuts and dryers; no 23 stationery; no 24 tire wood; no 34 cottou and heiup packing, Ac; no 85 engineers' stores, Ac. WASHINGTON. Class no 1 boiler iron, Ac; no 2 pig You; no 8 boil er fe. e: uu 4 gum puckiug.rubb« r hose,Ac; no 5 sperm ctl; no 6 linseed od aud turpentiue; uo 7 lari oil; no h lumber; no U tallow and soap; no 10 1 engioee'*’stores; no 11 engineers tools; no 12 eugi* . neeis’ instruments; no 13 steam pumps; no 14 wrought iron pipe, valves, Ac; no 15 tub***: no ltt si eel: no 17 irou uail , bol s, nuts, At, no lk toopj>er; no ltf tiu, had aud zinc; uo 20 white had; no ?l : ziuepaiot; no 22 colored paiuts, dryers. A . no 23 stationery; no 24 tire wood; no 34 cotton and hemp packing, Ac; no35 eugiuevrs* stores, j jyl5 1aw4w (•ood News lor ibe Unfortunate. TUB LOVQ BOUGHT fUJL DISCOVERED AT LAST. Cherokee Remedy -AMD CHEROKEE INJECTION. COMPOUNDED FROM BOOTS, BARKS AMD LB A V KB CHEROKEE REMEDY, the greet ndian Din etio, cures all di os « of the Urinary t. gans.such as Incontinence of the Urine, InHamation of the jKidneys. Stone in the Bladder. Stride re, Gravel, Gleet, Gonorrhea, and is especially recommended in those cases of Flnur Alb us, [ oT In Females} where ail the old nauseous medicines have failed. It is prepared in a highly concentrated form, the dose only being from one to two teaspoonfuls three times per day. It is uiareUc and alterative in its action; purifying aud cleansing the blood, causing it to flow in all its original purity aud vigor; thus removing from the system all pernicious causes which have induced dis i ease. CHEROKEE 1 EJECTION is intended as an ally or assistant to the CHEROKEE REM ED Y, an should be used in conjunction with that medicine in all cases of Gonorrhea, Glee:, Fluor Albusor h' kites. its effects are lulling, soothing and demulcent; re moving all scalding, heat, chuadee and pain, instead of the burning and almost unendurable pain that is experienced with nearly all the cheap quack it^ec tious. By the um* of the CHEROKEE REMEDY and CHEROKEE INJECTION—the two medicines at the same time—ail improper discharges arc removed aud the weakened organs are Bpecdily restored to full vigor aud strength. For lull particulars get our pamphlet from any drug store in the country, or u i ae us aud we will mail free to any address, a lull treatise. Trice, CHEROKEE RE ME I) Y, #*2 per bottle, or three bottles for f6. Trice, CHEROKEE INJECTION, *2 per bo e or three bottles for #5. Sent by Express to any address on receipt of the price. bold by all druggists, every where. OR. W. R. MERWIN A. Cw.f BOLB PROPRIETOR*, No. 59 Liberty St., New York. C; 1 l O V n lr n n n ^ ? THE GREAT INDIAN MEDICI N E, COMPOL'KDED THOM ROOTS, BARKS AND LEAVEN. An unfailing cure for Spermatorrhea, Semina Wearness, Nocturnal Emissions, and all diseases caused by self polution; such as Loss of Memory, Universal Lassitude, Tains in the Back, Dimness ol Vision, Tremalureold Age, Weak Nerves, Difficulty of Breathing, Trembling, Wakefulness, Eruptions on the Face, Tale Countenance, Insanity, Consump tion, and all the direful complaints etuised by de parting trom the path of nature. This medicine isa simple vegetable extract, and one on which all can rely, as it has be n used in our practice for mmv years, and, v.ith thousands treated, it Iras not failed in a siuglo instance. Its curative powers have been sufficient to gain victory over the most stubborn case. To those who have trilled with their constitution until they think themselves beyond the reach ol medical aid, wc would say, Dfspairnol ’ the CHER OKEE CURE will restore you to health and vigor, and after all quack doctors have failed. For full particulars get a circular from any Drug store in the country, or write the Vroprietors, who 1 will mail free to any one desiring the same a full treatise iu pamphlet form. Trice. s2 per bottle, or three bottles for #o, and forwarded by express fo all parts of the world. Sold by all respectable druggisls rvciy where. 1»H. W. R. MER WIN A Co.. BOLB PROPRIETORS, febx eodhwlv No. h» Liberty St.. New York. | PENSIONS! BOUNTIES! -AND 33AOK. PAY : Ar* obtained ,ur .Wonn<l-«d Soldiers (discharged, and the friends ol deoeased soldiers who are entitled to the Dame by , BVKON D. VEKHILL, Attorney and Cotnwller, at \o. It; Kiddle Street, -and Licensed A*ent for all the Departments at Washington. Portland, April 23,18«4. af 26 cod6m Ilnre ilmuce. rO purchase a stock cf Millinery, with rent of one of the best stands In the city. Address through r ° » JytStf MLLLlMiU, Portland? „| IP ■! ..' RAILROADS. FOR CHICAGO. MILWAUK1E, And *11 parts oftbo ffeit. UCCBSIOH TICKkIS 10 CHICAGO, ftlLVUUI, And ail other points at the WEST, SOUTH At NOKTII WEST, For sale at the reduced rates of fare at the Union Ticket Office, 31 Exchange St., W. D. Little, Agent. Junedtdtf FOR THE WHITE MOUNTAINS^ Montreal, Quebec, Niagara Falls, AND RETURN. Excursion Tickets for sale at the REDUCED RATES, 15y W. D LI T T L, E , Agent, UNION TICKET OFFICE, ju uuli-iif 31 Exchauge street. &*S£ REDUCED RATES ! Ill 1-011 1 V VI TO TKAVECEBS -TO TH* West, North West & South West! w. D. LITTLE. IS Agent fur all the great leading routes to Chica go, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Uiiwaukie, | (.alena, Oskosta, St. Paul, Lacrosse. Green Pay, ! (juincy. j,i. Louis, Louisville, 1 mil.i,at oiis, Caiio, : etc., etc., and is piepareu to lurniab JiiRoton 1 ic'KETH Iroiu Portland to all the principal cities and towns in the loyai States and Canadas, at ibe J lowest rates of tare, and all needful information cheerful y granted. I Travelers will bud it greatly to their advantage to j procure thtirtfjket* at the Union Ticket Oltice, 3i Exchange Street, (UJ‘ STJIJIS.) W. 1.1. LI 1’ l’LK, Agent, 59* Passengers for California, bv the Old Line Mail Steamer and Panama Kailtoad, may be secured j by early application at this office. Tickets to .Vontrialatiei Quebec and return (via the Grand 1 runk Kaiiw.y) may be obtain, d at this agency on larorable terms. may26d&wtl Summer Tourist’s & Traveler's Great Combination o( EXOURSIOKTS! for the Season of 1864. Tickets Good to Ketuni to November 1st. GKAND THUNK KtILHAl. F rotn Portland —TO— While Mountains, Montreal, Quebec, De» lioit, Chicago, IVilwaukie, Niagaiu Calls, uml return AT VERY LOW RATES OF FARR. Only <1(1 lo Chicago or Milwavkie, $'S> out ami return, via. burnia Liny. To Chicago and Ketnm, all rail, <35, ! Albo, to Boston, New Vork, ulithe Hudson River Saratoga, Lake George. ’ Returning from Niagara Falls either by Grand Trunk Ralitrjy, nr b> |3ie Royal JJa.l Line through tee The usaud Islauds and Rajjjds of ihn hi. Low j ranee. Ameriean Money taken at Tar for Tickets, Sleep ing tars aud at Rotreshmont baloons. Arrangement, ha-e been madv with the I’ronrie tors oi the principal Hotels in Monareal, tguuhuc and L> - treit \a tnk»* American Money at par, cuaraiuir ’ New fork Jictpl prjje*. * * For Ticket* or inf mixtion apply to AuKifT of Grand Trunk Railway. * 3 * 1 E. 1*. BEACH, (ieueral Agtnt,279 Broadway.N.Y. Hm f Lowkus, Eastern Agent, Banzor. •lunoll—d4w 6 I .r.'...„.. <4tXAX)> VKI-hi HAILWAY Of Ounatla. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. -TAflMBB . On and ofiur JJonaav June27, 1%4, 'GEEZZ^MR. trains well run daily, (ouudivs oaoent. aaTuntn turther notice, as follow,: , p lTp Trains. Leave 1’ortland fo: island Rond, Montreal and (jueheo at 1M y. m and 1.25 r. a. Down Train,. Leave Island Pond for Portland, at 6 30 *.n and Slop. at. The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding m value, and "hi per aona', unless neiioe u given, aud paid lor at the rata Of one passenger for every MOO additional valna U. BAILEY.J8.“nn1>tenf;B?“^ing Portland, June 25, 18*4. n0Tj POBTLAND AND KENNEBEC K. K. SPRING A SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 25, 1864 ~:'--i At3HT Passenger trains leu f Skowhegan for ama^WBRl’ori ano and Boston, at 8.45 a M Au gusia, li Uu a. M. and bath U lo p. M. Augusta tor 1 ortlaud and Boston at5.8n A, u ; Bath 6.30 A. PorUandforBa'h,Augusta, Watorrille Kendall’s lsllls aud Skowhegan, at 1.10 P. M. Pot Hand for Bath and Augusta S 15 P. M. l’a-sengtrs for - tatiunsou the Audruscoggiu Rail road will change oats at Brunswick. The 1 10 > . M. traiu f urn Portland connects at Kendalls Mills with Maine Uniral Railroad lor Bangor. Ac . arriving same evening. ><*''• >*» >» I»r Hocklandat 8 A.M. and 3 Stages leave Augusta for Belfast at 4 I’. M. Stages leave Skowhegan at ti 10 P. M for Anson, So.ou.4c. i rickc't* for ail tlie citation* on thin and tut* Androscoggin Railroad, can be procuned in Boston at the La* tern or Bo*:ou ami &xi>.e (station*. . B. H. CUSiiMAN, Superintendent. April 1*. ISdi. ap23tf VorH Ac Ciiiuix rlitiid ItiulroHd. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. On and after MONDAY, April 1th., 1864, Irani* will leave a* J follow*, until lurtlier nonce : 5 Saco Kivor lor Fort land at 5 45 "i Freight I raiu with i'asn nger Cars) ami 9 lo a . m , ai d 3 30 p m Leave Portland tor Saco River, 7.45 a. m. and : 2.00 aud 6,30 p. m. The 2 00p.m. train out, and 5 45 a m. traiu iuto 1 orUaud, will be freight train* with passenger car* attacked Maxes connect at Saccarappa daily for South Wiuuhaui, Windham Center and Great Fail* At Gorham lor Went Gorhutn, Standi**!. Steep Falla, itaidwiu. Sebajto, Liidfttou. Hiram, Liming ; ton, Cornish, Denmark, Browulield. Lovel, Frye* burg, Ccuway .HarUvtt, All»auy, Jucknuu and La tou, N. li. At Buxton Center for West Buxton, Bonney Ea gle, South LitniuxtoD, Liiuiu^tou and Limerick At Sac> River tri-weekly, lor Uoiii*, Limerick, Os*ipoc, New field. Parsonafield, Krt.nxt.uiB, f ree dom. MadPou. t aton, Cornish, 1'orter, *c Fare* 6 oeut* le*r when ticket* are purchased in the Office, than when paid In tlie Cam. DAN. CARPENTER, Supt. Fortland April 7,18«4. d!f HAIHE CEKTHAL UAILKOATI. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. rwMMHQ Train* leave Portland, Grand Trunk ws5?”BBlStation. f. r Lewiston and Auburn, at For Bangor and intermediate station? af 1.25 p.v. RETURNING—leave Lewiston at 6.20 A. u., and arrive In Portland at 8.90 a. it. Leave Bangor at 7.90 a. w .and arrive in Portlandat2 Both thebe trains oonnoot at Portland with trains for Boston. Freight train loaves Portland at 8 A. u , and re turning i* due in Portland at 1 p. m . Stag*** connect with trains at principal stations, daily for most of the tow us North and Ea t ol this line. t M. MORSE, Sup’t. Waterville, November. 1863. decl4 PORTLAND* 8 AUO A PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS, Commencing April 11th, 1864. CWBHBBHn P&secngtr Train* w til leava the 8ta tlon, Canal street, daily, (Sundays ex oented i as lollows : Leave Portland for Boston, at 8 46 a. m. and 8.(6 p. m. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.80 a. if. and 8.00 P M. Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.00 a. x. and 6.80 p. m. These trains will take and leave passengers at way stations. Freight train? leave Portland and Boston daily. FRAN< IS CHASE, Superintendent. Portland, Oct. 30.1863. oc31 edtf MAINE INSURANCE CO. Augtifttu, Mniuc. f|T!IE Maine Insurance Company insure against A loss or damage by Fire, Buildings, Merchan dize and 1 arniture, ou terms as favorable as it can be done bv any solvent Company. Policies issued for One, Three, or Five years. J. L. CUTLER, President J. II. WILLIAM8,Secretary. EDWAUD SH4W-Ageul, No. 10*2 Middle Street. oclkeodly I, Fire Insurance Company !1 Of Xeu York, OjHcr 113 Broad may. CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000. WM. E. WARREN, President. HAMILTON BRUCE, Vice President. GEORG K W. savage, Secretary. 1 Portland Board qf Pcferences; JOHI H, UttOWN 4 Son, Hxbsey Fi.ktchkr k Co. H. J. Libby k Co. John Lynch & Co. The undersigned having been appointed Aoknt I aud Attormicy lor this Coinpa* y, is now prepared to issue Policies on Insurable Property at current i rates. EST* Portland Office, 166 Fore Street. JOHN W. MI.WGUK, A*enU June 8,1864.—«IX * steamboats! j Portland -an(i Penobscot River, Su inmer Arrangement, I8G4. THE NEW, STAUNCH AND COMMODIOUS S'l E1HKR LADY LA AD, Built expressly for this route, | ‘AIT. WILLIAM R. ROIX, Wil1 commence her Summer Ar t£2«g2jR^-rangcnieut on MONDAY MORN- , 1NG, Juue G h, Lear lug Buucur ev. ery Monday. Wednesday sun Tridav Mormon, at ■ i It o’clock “ Koluruiog will leave Paiiroad Wharf, foot of ! .State street, Portlaud, every Monday, Wednesday aud Triday Keening", at to o'clock, connecting with the Kastcrn. Boston and Maine, and Portlaud, Saco j and Portsmouth Kailroads. from Boston and Way Statious, Icayiug Bostou at 3 o'clock, 1*. M. J The Boat will touch at KnckLud, Camden, Bel j last. Ilucksport, Winterport aud Hampden, hoth ways. Passenger. Iticketcd through to aud from Bostou, Lowell, Lawrence, Salem and Lynn. Tor more extended iuiormaiion, apply to J. O. Kendrick, llaugor; the local Agent, at the various t landings; the Depot Masters of the l>. s A p kasteru, and B A M Kailroads; Abiel Somerby’ 1 ortlaud; Lang & De ano, Boston, or CUAS. SPKAK, General Agent. ! June!.—isdtf Montreal OceanSteamship Co. js S. One of I ho following tirst-ctass steamer, of this Line via:—Peruvian, T- .aTJ^ Hibernia, Nortii American. Jura,Bel aSKSSBEBR.fgiau. Nova Scotian, Moravian. Da mascus, ui.i sail from Quebec, kvkrv Saturday : Mormso. for l.lverpool via i.unci' m;erry ■ Also ihe "learners St. David St Georok St Amdkkw. St. Patrick, tri monthly from Quebec j for Glasgow'. Prepaid and return tickets issued at i reduced rates. T or passage apply to Tl. * A. ALL IAS, Montreal, or to J L-TAKMKU, ! maylddtf So. 10 Kxohange street Portland. International Steamship Company. , Eastport, Calais & St. .John, j two timpTpek week. On and after Monday. March 28 I txh£wUEeD,?I.n,^r*ul,,K -v‘earner ; JJEW BULS8W H iv, Capt K. B. ; m. . ■■ . Winchester, will leave Kailroad Wharl, too. ot btatu street, every Monday at 6 , o clock P. M., and the Steamer KT.iT KN'gLAND I i Capt. K. Tield, every Thursday at 5 o'clock P M ’ I for castport and St. John, N. a , connecting at 1 Kualport with steamer Queen, for Robinson, 8t. An- ! drew, and t alais, and with stage couches tar Ma- ^ chiu", and at at. John with steamer, tor Vreder- 1 toton and with steamer UiRi crer tor Dighv, Wind- ! sor and Halibut, aud with the K. A N . A. Railroad ' for Shedtac and all way sratit>ns. J Returning, wi l leave" Sc John every Monday and i 0 0 for i T hrough iickets procured of the Agentsand Clerk on board bteaiutTH. rhurrC,oahysrOCdt<'d 4 0'Cl9ck P' M - Mo“d»T' majbUU_ C. C. KAros, Agent. Portland .and ilodon Line. THE STEAMERS Forest City, Lewiston and Montreal foK 'ntil fc,thernouoe'ran “ Leave Atlantlo Whart, Portland, every Monday .Tuesday, Wednesday, Inursday and Friday , at, o clock P. M., and India Wharf, boston ' Farcin Cabin.-... t2n0 Freigut taken at tiea»l. The Company ate not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding Shorn value, and thatyers on al, unless notice Is given and paid for at the rate ol one passenger for every Shoo additional value. ton. 18, fl€8. dtf L BILLIKUS, Agent. I'ortland asid Mew York Steamers SEMI-WEEKLY LINE. 1 I I j^I^«2S3«£5SJt3a i Shippers are reqttesU-d to send thoir freight to the ^PortiltV'7 ••8 r *- « *»• -rknii; ^“M^arf Portland *f~?oP°UW*Lh k C0 ' ••»“?Stmt, Ow 6 s 1# 41 f FOR SALE & TO LET. Home and Home Lots For Sale, Located in Westbrook, about live minutes walk from tbe ilorse Cars at W oodioiU’p coriu r -t Also, the pleasantly located two -.-.torv Dwelltug Uou-e and Lot, re MHympnH,; Mr. J. C. Kcmick. Thelotcon khoot two aorea, and is one of the finest loca tlous Tor tt genteel residence to be found in tbe sub 1horttund, being I. s than two miles from tnc i tlu'cby1* rOSt Office, and oommands a line view of , ar'k'uUr' cal1 “■> the undersigned at S f h;>re Mreet, corner Union Street. bUFUS DURHAM Dwelling House for Sale. <*5.^ A two story dwelling house on Congress St iJttl “®"'r opposite the castellated Villa ol 8. L Aasd.t arlton, r. q , and on the line of the Horse ttuilroad. 1ms house cthflins fuurtrtti liuished I *■!“•* well adapted to accommodate two families with se|,erale rut buildings, stable. Ac . and a weli or aur in the yard. A largo part of the purchase money can lay on mortgage if desirt d of AugTc iI'LT« idl‘^uf„red at Aui,loa 00 ,he tt"‘ I ortland, July2l, 18i>4. ALLE* HA,NES For Sale. The Dwelling House, Subic and drapery at ..lit ;'uri*r1> °* •* • **’• Auaros. near Morrill. Cor ■*“*“,!.Yjr- ®mldiuga uew and convenient, pure » * ei, . wtlls. 3 ci.teru«, lcrce puu.p. 4c.; cvcellcnt | I'1" '0 schools and scad. toy, near Morse cars and atestn car. One h. If or thre** quarters acre ot lard , IU itood gardenlug condition, already planted with Mo iK », Ornamental and Fruit Trees, (.rapes and Koseam abundance. Also several building lots J-*27 eod2sr House and Lucid for Sale at a Bar gain. rP®J 1J story brick House No. <J Portland street. X Ihe lot i« 63 feet on Portland street, running back to Uxfuid street. Said Louse ie s tutted in the I center ot the city, on the direct line of the lioree Railroad. Price 81700,00, t&OU.OO ot which can re main on a mortgage. For further particulars in I quire of WM Al.UX Jr , .;> lSoodtf__Nos 13 and 15 Exchange Street. Valuable iteal Estate for Sale. 1\TN have for sale a very desirable Ilou-e. wd. ' t traliy aud pleasantly located, finished and . lurnisbed Irom garret to cellar; every thiuit in aud about lb,. Uouseln perfect ord. r; will be si Id with I tue r urniture, which s .u good tastr and in ticeor-| | der. Immediate pOMtogaion given. 1 he house and i furniture can be examined at anytime, and infer- I matiou give by calling ou UENR1 BAILEY & Co., Auctioneers, ■mylddtf t aud on Free street foisSale. riUlK\aiuabh-real estate ou Free afreet, known X at the urbish property ” 1 he lot is about 106 j Uet on * rce street and extends hack about 174 leet. Haid estate u ill be sold as a whole, or the easterly j hall ot tin* dwelling house, with lot about 40 bv 176 I feet, will be sold by itself. Application may be made to James Furbish. Faq on tne premises, or to U Eo. K B.JAfk«>oN, ! July Id 11 Exchange street. | For .Sale. A SQUARE block ofland, of about 73000 acres ' of wood land, on the south side of the river St Law ranee, iu Canada East It is i nterceedc d by two considerable rivers with eligible Mill tits. Well wooded with every description of timber, such as! j pine and spruce in large quantities, aud maple, berch. tainurac anu bass uo ‘dit auv amount Enquire of H. I. MACH1N, •’ortland. Portland, Teb.1864. febjfieodtf For CLlFr COTTAGE, containing over 30 1 ro<nna,!arg? stable and sheds—situated two r?. PUi’-JiAlf miles from Portland, and the HMN*I «Rs*ktu>p in Cap© Elisabeth for a wa tering place. aud suaimer boarders. For paruouiart enquire of (j fuj. 0 WEN, ar? dtf 101 Congress Street. Portland. For Sale. V TWO story House and Lot. situated on Port- * 4 land atre«*t. with stable and other out buildings. Also two adjoining lots containing about eight thousand square feet. Enquire of S. 8TEVKN8, No. 47 Portiaud street. junrikitf H»»«i' For Salt*. I A TWO story wooden house. No. 18 Adams street, iV 11 finished rooms, convenient tor two families; plenty of good water. For particulars inquire ol . B. J. WILLARD. Portland, May 14,1864. mayUeodif To L«*t. IlOl'R Offices, single or in suites, over Stores Hoa. 152 end 154 Exchange Street, opposite the Inter national Uoum*. Apply o.i the premises to jy 4 dtf A. |.. i;i;uwx. < r To Ltkt. STORE row oooupled by us. Po«4esrion given 1 immediately. Also, u Front Office in lian-^on Block, jaagdtf U. J. L1BBKY * CO. To Let. J SI X or seven pleasant Chambers, conveniently ar- " jauged, with the Furni cm* lor sale. Address Capt. EUKX CUMoRD, aug2d8t* Portland. - 1 To Let. * ONE STOKK iu Halt's Block. i *. Apply to H. T.MACHIN. !] ap22 dtf i j To Let. ~ A CtMAMl’.KKS over (tore, 110 ard 112 Federal St I Apply to J. COOL1DHR 4 Co , j . . . „ 81 Commercial street. | . I’ortland, July 20 —d3w r To Let. i* HOUSK No. 28 Dauforth 8tre*t. Enquire of augldlw A. K. SBITK1 I.EFF. _MEDICAL. ,ihIlr, DR. WRIGHT’S £l‘“' REJUVENATING ELIXIR! OR, ESSENCE OF LIFE. Prkpaked moM Purk Vioxtabi.b Extract* CONTAINING NOTHING INJUBIOU* TO THB MOST DKLICATB. rilHE Rejuvenating Elixir is the result of modern discoveries in the vegetable kingdom, being an entirely new and abstract method of cure, irrespec tive of all the old and worn-out systems. This medicine has been tested by the most emi nent medical men of the day, and by them pronounc ed to be one ot the greatest medical discoveries ot the age. One bottle will cure General Debility. A few doses cure Hysterics in females. One bottle cures Palpitation of the Heart. A few doses restore the organs of generation, from one to three bottles restores the manlines and full vigor of youth. A few doses rostoro the appetite. Three bottles cure the worst case of Impotency. A few doses cure the low-spirited. One bottle restores mental power. A few doses bring the rose to the cheek. This medicine restores to manly vigor and robu health the poor, debilitated, worn-down, and de pairing devotee of sensual pleasure. The listless, enervated youth, the overtasked men ot business, the victim of nervous depression, the ndividual suffering from general debility, or from weakness of a singe organ, will all find immediate and permanent relief by the use of this Elixir or Es sence of Life. Price *1 per bottle, or three bottles for *5, and forwarded by Express, on receipt of money, to any kddress. Sold by all Druggists everywhere. DB. W. B. MERWIN & Co., SOLE PROPRIETORS. No. 69 Liberty-st., New York. CHEROKEE PILLS! SUGAR COATED. FEMALE REGULATOR, IIEALTH PRESERVER, CERTAIN AND SAFE. For the removal of Obstructions, and the Insurmno of Regularity in the Recurrence of the Monthly Periods. They cure or obviatethose numerous diseases tba spring from irregularity, by removing the rreguiar ity itself They cure Suppressed,Excessive and Painful Men struation. They euro Green Sickne* s (Chlorosis). They cure Nervous and Spina) Affections, pains in the ba^k 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 Btrength for weakness, which, when properly used, they never fail to do. All letters seeking information or advice will be promptly, freely and discreetly answered. Full directions accompany each box. Price £1 per box, or six boxes tor 85. Sent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of price. 8old by all respectable Druggists. Dr. W. B. MEKW1N & Co., 80LE PROPRIETORS, No. 59 Liberty-st., New York. febfcod Aeowly Female STRENGTHENING CORDIAL. This Medicine is of long tried efficacy for correct ing ail disorders incidental to the feminiue sex. That the afflicted may teel assured that this Cordial is truly valuable and worthy their coutidence,- not one 01 those seer, t compounds purposed to destroy healthy action, I add a few testimonials from phys icians whom all. favoring the EJectricand Relormed Practice o: Medicine, respect. DR. WILLARD C. GEORGE, formerly Professor in the Worcester Medical College, and President of the Electric Medical Society, Mass.,«peaks oi it in the following terms: “ I have used the Female Strengthening Cordial similar to that preparation by DR. GEO. W SWETT, 106 tlanover Street, and 1 regard it as one of the best Medicines for Female Complaints that can be found.” DR. J. KING, Author of” Woman: Her Dis eases and their Treatment,” says: "This Medioiu« appears to exert a specific influ ence on the Uterus. It it a valuable ageut in all de rangements of the Female Reproouctive Organs.” DR. SMITH, President of the New Yorlt Asso ciation of Botanic Pb)s:cians. says: ” No Female, if iu delicate health,shoud omitthe timely use of this valuable Cordial. 1 owe much ot my success in midwifery to the use of this Medi cine.” MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES ; The following from Dr. FAY is worthy your no tice : ” Asa general remedy for Female Complaints this * Cordial* is a very valuable one, but by the Profes sion it is esteemed more highly for its good result during Confinement iu relieving the great suffering attendant upon childbirth. 1 acknowledge with Dr. Smith that much of my succes* in midwifery is due to the use ot this medicine It strengthens both mother and child. In each case* I follow the di rections of Prof. Kiug. by allowing my patieuts to use it a few weeks previous to confinement, as by the energy it imparts to the uterine nervous system the labor will be very much facilitated, and removes the scraps which many females are liable to. No woman.if she kuew the great valueof this Strength ening Cordial w ould tail to use it.” I have received numerous testimonials from diff erent parts of the country where used Knowing the good it is capable of doing, I w 11 warrant every bottle ot my “ c ordial” to be satisfactory in its re sults. The following symptoms indicate those affections in which the Female Strtnytheniny Lorain* has proved invaluable: Indisposition to Exertion, Wakefulness, Uneasi ness, Depression of Spirits, Trembling. Loss of Power, Pain in the Back. Alternate Chills, and Flushing of Heart, Draggiug Sensation at the Lower Part of the Body. Headache, Languor Ach ing Along the thighs, Intolerance of Light and Sound, Pale Countenance, Derangement ot die stomach and Bowels, Difficult Breathing, Hysteria, Ac., Ac. it is a specific remedy in all Uterine Diseases, Chlorosis ot Green Sickness, Irregularity, Painful uess. Profuse or Suppression of Customary Dis harge«. Loucorrhva or Whites) Scirrhua or Ulcer ite State ol the Uterns, Sterility, Ac. No better Tonic cau \ oasibiy Ye put up than this, ind none lees likely to do harm, and it is composed wholly ot vegetable agents, and such as we have known to be valuable, and Lave used for many rears. PRICE, Due Dollar Per Bottle, or six bottles for *6. Should your druggist not have it. send directly to is, and wheu six bottles or more are ordered we will [>ay all expenses, and have it securely packed from >b*ervati«>n. Be sura and get that prepared at the New England botanic Depot. 106 Hanover St. Boston. CEO. W. SWETT, M D., Proprietor. II. II. IIAY, Agent, Portland. mchS eod6m STATEMENT OF TIB 1-Una Insurance Company OK HARTKORD, CONN., )u the 1st day of November. A. D. 1S63. as required by the Laws of the State of Maine. * rhe Capital Stock is.. .fl.600.000 and with the surplus is invested as follows: ieal estate, unincumbered, 887,963 18 ,'a«h ia hand, on deposit, and in agents’ bands, 316,960 66 Jnited States Stocks, ei2,8*]7 50 itate and City Stocks, and Town Bonds, 669.456 00 lank and Trust Company Stocks, 1,'*47,270 00 iortgage Bonds, 331,9rtD 00 Ltlantio Mutual ins. Co’s scrip, 1862-3, 15,886 60 Total Assets, *3,0S6,S79 74 Lraount of Liabilities lor Losses not due or adjusted. *176 411 6l Lmount at risk, estimated, 115,616,479 t'f TH08. A. ALEXANDER, President. Luciwe J. Harder. Secretary. Hartford, Aroe. 7, 1863. J. C. CHURCHILL, Agent, lo. 4 I rou Block, Portland Pier. deefi dtf Dirigo Insurance Company or run irrr or poiitlasd. "(lire No. 118 Exchange street. Capital $300,000 rXIUS Cumi»ny i, uow prepared to iMUo policie, i.n ail kiuds of properly insurable auajnst Hre, t cm rent rates A. K. SUIRTLKF, President. JEREMIAH DOW, Secretary. Dibxotori. . B. Brown. 3. E. Spring, I>. W. Clark, . B. Carroll, John Lynch, 11.1. Robinson Trustass St. John Smith. [. M. Pay son, C. 11. Haskell, j udrew Spring, N. O. Cram, hilip U Brown, U. N. Jose, are. Dow, G. W Woodman, . J. Libby, H. I. Robinson, . N. Winslow, 8. C. Chase, lvah Couant. Win. Moulton. Portland, May 4, 1864. mavftdtt dolin'. ! piHIS day I give to mv two sons. K. J. and Chas. J i Kuipnil. tneir time, to act and trad* Ibrtbem Ives; 1 shall uot claim their wages or pay thek x bu. T. C. RANDALL, Kez*r Falls, Me. Witness, Mary Piilsbury, Mary 8. Ptllsbury. June 27,1964. jun'eSI MEDICAL. Lyon’s Periodical Drops TIE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon's Periodical Drops! »« BETTEB TUAK ALL Pill*, Ponder* & Quack Preparations. Lyons Periodical Drops! -ARM Sure to do Goodand cannot do Marm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! The Great Fetnule Remedy LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARK BJKTTKK THAI ALL PILLStP0WDER3 f QUACK PREPARATIONS LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARE SURE TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HARM. Lyon’s Periodical Drops the great female remedy. Lyon’s Periodical Drops ARK BUTTER THAN ALL PILL.A, POWLKRL AND QUACK UK DICIN' KM. Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are Sure to do Qood and nan not do Harm. LION’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Great Female Remedy. LYON’S PERIODICAL DR0P8 ARM BBTTKR THAR ALL Pills, Powders and Quack Preparations, LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS -ARM 8URK TO DO GOOD ADD CANNOT DO HARM Lyon’s Periodical Drops THE QBSAT FEMALE BEMEDY Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are better than all Pills, Powders, And Quack Preparations. Lyon’s Periodical Drops, Sure to do Good and cannot do Harm. Price, $1 per Bottle. For ul« by ail DrofrgGtj. At wbolenl* by W. F Phillips, H. H. H»y a Co., Pcrtlud. ia(22«odly CATARRH ! NOISES IN THE HEAT) 1 ! CUBED BY INHALING -A. Harmless Fluid, OF AGREEABLE ODOR. NO VIOLENT SYRINGING Of the Head. the SKNSK op TASTK AND SMKLL 8KSTOKKD DR. B. (IOODAliE'9 CATARRH REMEDY. Dr. Goodale has combatted Catarrh until be ha* fought it down. It ha* been a long war, bat his tri umph is complete. Through all coming time hie Ca tarrh Remedy will be known a* the only one anti dote for a disease which superticialist* have declar ed incurable. Cata ■ rh doctor*, so called, spring up like mushroom on all side*. I he object of these pocket practitioners ii money. They use dangerous instruments. Their violent manipulation* irritate the already inflamed membrane. They never cure. Dr. Goodtle's treatment is nudioinal, not mechani cal. He doe* not believe in the force-pump system, which i* working so much mischief, iii* remedy pa*se« through the absorbent*, to the seat of the dit ease, and obliterate* it. It doe* not relieve merely for a day. bat for all time. Lastly, it costs a dollar a bottle—no mo re. Dr. Dodge r/ Jmbum AT. T. After having witnessed the effect* of this Reraedv in Catarrh, thus speaks ol it;—It is truly and un conditionally a Herculean bpecitic lor the » hole dis ease. bach au Article ought not to be "bid under a bushel," and any man who can inveut so truly an efficient and pusi'ive a remedy for such a loathsome disease, ought to be con»ioered one of the benefac tors of his race, and his name and the edects o! his skill perpetuated. Yours respectful^ , D. L DODGE. A. M. Ptinf Milet, the welldmoim Traveller, And whose family physician Dr Gooda's was for many years, savt—"If Dr. Goodale says he can cure Catarrh, he can curs it.” Ac. Price SI bend a stamp lor a pamphlet. Dr R UOODALL’b office and Depot , 75. Sleeker street, one door west ol Broadway, New Yojk. H. H. Hay Agent for Portland. June 2d, 1$€3. june2dly IF VOL' HAVEN’T A REFRIGERATOR ! OK. if you hare an old one that don't exactly suit vou, don't fail to examine the very best pat tern now in us*.*, the POLAR REFRIGERATOR. For sale at the Furuiture Rooms of WALTER COKEY, 2 and 54 Exchange street. JnneG.lR64.-d2m To Carpenters and the Public! A NEW AKTIOLE. Whitmore** Patral Blind Faalearr and Handle Cauibiued. BEING a thoroughly effective fastening, and a handsome, convenient handle, an! as they can not be opened from the outside, are so far, protec tion agaiust thieve*; its use preventing the dirtying of hand* or breaking of Huger nails in opening or closing blinds. They are Japaut ed green, and can t>e put on old or new tlinds by anv person in five minutes. For sale by all Hardware mou. Whole tale Depot 15 Winter street, liosto.i. o* « G. D. WHITMORE. Store ot Whituoy Brothers junelvrJ-n P. $100. B. rUE undersigned being licensed b7 tbe United State**, are prepared to proa tire Tensions, [bounties. Arrears of 1 av and Prt/e Money tor 80I iiers, Seameu or their heirs. Hills for Hoard and rransportatton of Recruits or Drafted Men collected. All demauds against the State or United State* at- , ended to. Having an agent both at Washington ; md Augusta. and having had lane experience, we reel safe in asserting that any business entrusted to mr care will be faithfully and prcmptly executed. We have also an agent iu New York to attend to the >ayment or Crua money. Advice tree. Approved . laims cashed. MANLEY k SAWYER. >fflce82J Ex hange, St., Fox Block Portland. Me. J. H. MAN LBY. W 0. FiWYU. Hon. Sam’ Cony,Governor of Maine, lion. J L. Hodsdon. Adjutant r.en of Maine, lion. Wra Titt Fessendeu, U. S Senator. Hon. Lot M. Morrill, U.S- Senator. Juno lGwtf itiiiraiiin'R Mule of Real Estate. Ilf ILL be sold at public sale, in pursuance ofa li TV cen*a from the Hon .Itnlgrot' 1‘robaie with, n and for'he county of Cumberland. on Monday he HfUcuth day ofAu*u*t. at t-rre o’clock !• M.’ n I ho premi«ci. a certain lot of land owned by Flit ,1| K Hoad, aid Elizabeth A. Bond, minor heir, of lltjah Bond, la’oof We.tbrook, dooe«sed-«ltu»to.l J rani M e.tbrook. near Stroudw.ter Villige. on tic orthcrly aide of the road leading to Buxton ; bound d northexrtorly by Dr linafaTand. north weeterlr y Uoary fhxpm.n’. land: .uuthwe.terly br a lane ummon to t' i.and other lot.-containingaeveatoen ere, more cr le««. with tba building, thereon All eing lubject to tb, dower of Elinbeth D. Bood, rbich dower will lyield at the urn, time and place. JAMES JOHNSON, Haardian HEXKY BAILEY A CO-, Auctioneer,. ! 1 JulyllaSv 1 ~~ MEDICAL. MORE TESTIMONIAL# ! m MRS. MANCHESTER If constantly receiving unsolicited testimonials of the astonuhtny cuvet performed by her. Among many reoently reoelved are the following, which arc commended to the notion of the afflicted. Mrs. Man ohtttor may be oontnltcd at No. 11 Clapp’s Block,Room No.*. A CASE OP SPIRAL DISK ASM CURED This la to oertily that 1 went to see Mr,. stanches ter last March with a daughter of mine troubled with spinal disease, for which she had been doctored foi live years, and by a number of physicians of i Hods; and ahe has had twenty-one applications electricity applied, but all to no effect; bnt she coo lineally grew worse. 1 came to the conclusion, the last resort, to go and see Mrs. Manchester, and did so; and to my great surprise she told mo the Hrst ease of the disease, and how she bad been from time \ 10 u“<’> »hi«h encouraged me to try her medicines. 1 did so. and now my danghter is able to be around the house all of the time. She also rides ton or SI tuen miles without any trouble or inconvenience.and 1 think la a short time she will be restored to perfect health. Since my daughter has been doubling, I have heard of a great many cases that Mrs. Maachv s ter has cured. I think If any per-on Serves pat rouge, It la the one who trie, to preserve the health of thesiok and suffering: and I know that she a*, •■imry”1 U ^ powsr to bencht he. patients. Sanaa L. K.mon-re. Uaoueu Kan.uts, Aanr It kmonua, Mrwuwiak, Maine, August W** ■‘•asm, ORt OP THU ORtATK3TCURES ou RECUR Iss.lfiacnrm-Onr Madam:—Ttuukirg statement of my care may be of sorvioo to othrra similarly afflicted, I bar tea to give it to yoa. This la briefly my caae I was taken tick about 1* months ago with the Liver Complaint in a very bad form. I applied to roar different physicians, bat re aefved no beaeflt until f called ou yoa. At tbnt time I had given up bust wees, and was in a very bad state, bat after taking your medicine for n short time 1 be gan to reoever, and In two months I was entirely well, and had gained several pounds of Aceh, and can truly say that by your skill I uni u perfectly heal Joesru Dans. Boston t Mains Depot, Portland, Ms. m nix AKHAULK CUKE OF A CASX OF DRO ar cured ar mbs. maxchestee. TUt to to certify that I hare bee a cared of the Dropsy of fifteen yean standing by if is Mamtktt tor. I hare been to physicians in Boston, New York and Philadelphia. They all told me ttatlhey ooall do nothing far me, anises thoy topped me, and ae snred me that by topping I eonld lire but u short time. I had made up my mind to go home and lira u longue I oould with the disease, and then die. On my way home I stayed orer night In Portland with a friend of mine, and told them what my mind was n regard to my disease. They finally persuaded me to go and see Mr*. Manchester. She examined mo and told me ray eaee exactly. I was so much astonished to think that she told ms correctly, that I told her that I would take her medi, not haring thr loaet fiaith that they would mo any good, or that I should get ths slightest rellel from any oouree whatever; dually I took the medi also and went home. In one week from the time 1 commenced taking the medicine, 1 had orer three ga'lens of water para me in seven hours; and my fel low sufferers may be assured that it was u great relief to me. I had not been able to lie down in lied at night before this for two yean. Now loan Us dor with perfect eaee. 1 have taken hor medi cl ar eight months, and am as well as any man could \ to bo, anl no signs of dropsy. 1 would adrh. ; that are tick to go and consult .Vn. Afaackea even If they have hern given up by other stolen*. I have sent her a number of eases of or. dioceses, aa'd she has oared them also, (jo and for yourselvee. I had no faith, but now my feiu. eannot be thakedln her skill in telling and caring disease. CuuuB Hiuoi, ' Babas E Ha anna, Maet A.Uaisci. Bangor, Mourn*, Aprslid. Oratoa Hoorn*—Prom 1 A. M.UU t P. It. sael7 lannatal edly DK. J. B . II UiUEb cab bb reran at Bit PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, No. i Temple Street* WHERE he can be consulted privately, tad with the utmost confidence by the afflicted, at all hoars daily, from S Ir. n. Hr. H. addresses those who ars suffering under the affliction of private disease, whether arising from Impure connection or the terrible of sell-abuse. Devoting his entire time to that particular branch of the medical profession, he feels warrantee in 0uax AKTiuiao a Ctrnx tu all Casxs, wivther ofloai standing or recently contracted, entirely removin the dregs of disease from the system, and making perfect and FERMAXEXT CURE. Be would call the attention of the afflicted to t fact ot his long standing and well earui d reputation furnishing.efficient assurance of hi. skill and sac' •can. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Every intelligent and thinking person must know that remedies handed out from general use -hou,d hats their efficacy established by well.tested tape rtence in the hands of a regularly educated physi eian, whore preparatory study BU him tor all the duties he must fulfill; yet the country is Hooded with poor nostrums and care-ails, purporting to be the best in the world, which are not only useless, hut al ways iitJu rious The unfortunate sLoold be r A btio. vlab in selecting his physician, as It is a lamentable yet meontrevertable tact that many syphilitic an tients are made miserable with ruined constitutions by maltreatment from inexperienced physicians la general practice; for it to a point gem rally ci needed by the beet «y philograpbers. that the-tedy and man agement of these complaints should engross the whole time of thoee who would be competent and snccessfel in thuir treatment and cure. The per fenced general praetitiomr. having neither or portunitv nor time to make timsell an uainted with their pathology, commonly pusruc. one system ol treatment, to most oases making an ludlsciimlnuto use of that antiquated and dangerous weapon. Mur owy* HAVE CONFIDENCE. All who have committed aa excess of any kind,, whether it be the solitary rice of youth, or ths sting ing rebuke of mtopltood confide nee in matorer yean, REEK FOE AX AXTIDOTE IX SEA30X. Thu Pains and Aches, and Lasaifpd# end Nervous Prostration that may follow Impure Coition, are the Barometer to ths whole system. Do not wait for the consummation that is .ore to fol low. do not wait for Unsightly Claere, fer Disabled Limbs, fer Lose of Beauty and Complexion. UOW MAX i THOCSAXDa CAX TESTIFT TO THIS B T VXUAPP T BXPBBIBXCM. Young Men troubled with omlssJeta in sleep, a complaint generally the result of a tad habit la yonth, fronted soientiacaMy, and a perfect core war ranted or no charge made. Hardly a day peases tut we are consulted by one or more young men with the abore dieearo, some of whom are as weak and o mac fared a* though they had the consumption. and by their friends supposed to bane it. All such c rses yield to the proper and only correct coarse or treatment, and in 1 abort time are made to rejoice in perfect health. MIDDLE AGED There are many men at tne t... — v-eu-raro troubled with too fr«,ueut eracuairena from tba bladder, often accompanied by a alight smarting or burning sensation, aud weakening the system in a manner the patient cannot accouut for. On rata ining urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often be found, and sometimes small particles of semen or albumen will appear, or the color n il) be of a thin milkiah hue, again changing to a dark and turbid appearance. There arc mauy men who die of thie difficulty,Ignorant of theeauae. which is the SBLOXD STAGS OP SBMIXAL WBAKXBSS. 1 can warrant a perfect cure in such cast s, and a full and hmilthy restoration of the urinary organs. Parsons whocnnnol personally consult the Dr., oan do so by writing in a plain man Dor a description of their disease, and the appropriate remedies will be forwarded immediately. All correspondence etriotly eenhdcnUa! and will be returned it desired. Address, DR. J B I11UHE8, No. 5 Temple 3t.. (corner of Middle; Portland. nr-Bond Stamp for oircular. Eclectic Medical Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. ■Ml iBWIf JAMES EDMOND & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 13 LIBERTY SQUARE, . . BOSTON COI-T PIG IRON, klso, BAR, SHBBT.t BOILBH PLATB IROX, of English aud Soot eh Mannihctnro.

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