Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, August 30, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated August 30, 1864 Page 4
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_ poetry. _ Flowers and Children. tt ClARLM MACS AT Oh the duw'ret*. the bourn* wne tlo* r*ta, Glinting aud umili ug aud pee pi ug through the gras?' Aud oh the children, the hounie little children, I see them and lore them and bless them as I pass! 1 bleaa them—hut I'm aad for them_ I wish 1 could be glad for them, Eor who, alas' can tell me the fate that shall befell * The ttow’rst* of the morning. • The greenwood path aunrning, May be scattered ere the noontide b\ the wild wind' sudden call; Or plucked because they're beautiful, By rudest hands, undutiful; Or trampled under foot by the cattle of the stall, Aud the smiling little children, the honule little chil dren, That sport like happy moths iu the sunny summer sheen. May peris a ere the daytime Of their sweet expected May-time, Aud sleep beneath the dairies and the long grass grow ing green; Or a worn-, worse fate may light on them, And cast more fatal blight on them, The bourne little maiden may l*e woo’d and casi •way, And the bourne boy prore ruthless. Or cowardly, or truthless, Or a gold-adoring hypocrite before his bead tie grey. But on, je fairy blomow! whatever be the future, 1 would not. if I might peer through Its awful glass. Bloom flow rets of the wild wood! Rejoice, oh happy childhood! 1 look at you aud love you and blevs you as I pass. A Romantic Story.—A newspaper cor respondent at Saratoga tells a romantic story ol a young bridal couple who recently ligurut there: “In the summer of I860, Seuor B-, the sou ot > wealtuy Cuban pi&uler, was staying at Saratoga. While there be became acquaint ed witu Mias Eugenie F., daughter ol a well known bauker of Mobile. The parlies be came euamored of each other, aud all thing, being salisiactory, became betrothed wilb the couaeut of the old lolks, and the marriage was appointed lor the 16Ui of August, 1804. The lady returned to her home, while the gen tleman went back to Cuba to arrange and settle his private affairs, with a view of per manently residing in the United States. About oue muutb belore the lime appointed for Lbe nuptials to take place, the Mobile bauk er received aud accepted a commission as bri gadier general in tue Confederate service, and in his first battle, a lew weeks after, receiv ed a mortal wound. His sudden death involved the family in cruel embarrassment, aud Iroui a state ot wealth they were plunged into comparative obscurity; and upon ibis state o1 affairs beiug made kuowu to the father of the young inau, he broke off the match, and inter dicted eveu the slightest correspondence at forded through the medium of blockade ruu ners. Tbus matters remained until January last, when the old man dying, fell the son lre> to wed the maiden of his choice. He immedi ately took passage for, aud alter several de lays reached Mobile. He there found that his intended mother-in-law, overcome with grief, had succumbed to the fell destroyer, and followed her husband to the grave, while Miss F. was conducting a seminary for yonnp i»diea. 1 Deed not dilate upon the meeting between the young couple, suffice to say, thin the school was given up, the parties married, and In a few day’s embarking from Washing ton, they arrived iu safety at Nassau. From thence they came to New York, and ailei staying a few weeks, set out for this place, where free from care the young Cuban and hit bride, it is to be hoped, if appearances de not deceive, are eujoyiug as much UapptDest as it is fated that mortals shall enjoy on this mundane sphere.” Good New* tor the (Jihrluiate. tn LOBS BOUUBT FOB DISCOVERED AT LAST. Cherokee Remedy . CHEROKEE INJECTION. OOMPOCFDXD FBOB BOOT*. BABE* AKD LIAVF CHEROKEE REMEDY, the great ndtan Din etio, cures all di' of tha Urinary i (xna.aneL as Ineontinenoo of the Urine. Indentation of thi iKidneys,Stone in the Bladder,Stricture, Gravel. Gleet, Gonorrhea, and is especially recommended In those eases of Fluor Albas, tor Whites in Females' where all t he old nauseous medicines have failed. It Is prepared in a highly concentrated form, th* dose only being (Tom one to two toaspoonfals thres times per day. It is diuretic and alterative in its action; purify inf and cleansing the blood, causing It to flow in all ib original purity and rigor; thus removing from thi system all psruiciouj causes which hare induced die ease. CHEROKEE INJECTION is intended as an ally or assistant to the CHEROKEE REMEDY, nr. should be used in conjunction with that medicine in all cases of Gonorrhea, Ulcet, Fluor Altnuor Whit* Its effects are healing, soothing and demuloent; re moving all scalding, heat, cboadee and pain, insteai i of the burning and almost unendurable pain that b i experienced with nearly all the cheap quack tgjcc Mob*. By the dee of the CHEROKEE REMEDY anc CHEROKEE INJECTION—the two medioines a the same time—all improper dischargee are remorei and the weakened organs are speedily rostered b full vigor and strength. For full particulars get our pamphlet from an; drug store in the oountry, or write us and wewil mail free to any address, a full treatise. Price, CHEROKEE RE MED Y, *1 per bottle, 01 three bottles for Si. Prioe, CHEROKEE INJECTION, SI per bo < | or three bottles for Si. Sent by Express to any address o* receipt of th< j price. Sold by all druggists, everywhere. DR. W. K. >1 ERWIN A Oe.. SOLI rBOPBIXTOU, No. 09 Liberty 8t.. New York. Cherokee Cure ! TBB OBXAT INDIAN MEDICINE, OOBFOCBDBO FBOB BOOT*, BABES ABD LBAVXS. As unfailing cure for Spermatorrhea, Semina Weakness, Nocturnal Emission*, and all disease* caused by self polution; such as Loss of Memory Universal Lassitude. Pains in the Back, Dimness oi Vision, Premature old Age, Weak Nerves. Difficult) of Breathing. Trembling, Wakefulness. Bruptiom on the Face. Pale Countenance, Insanity, Consump tion, and ail the direful complaints caused by de parting from the path of nature. This medicine isa simple vegetable extract, and one on which all ran rely, as It has be n used in our practice for many years, and. with thousands treated, it has not failed in a single instance. Its curativi powers have been suffloient to gain victory over the most stubborn case. To those who have trifled with their constitution until they think themselves beyond the reach of medical aitf, we would say, Dtjpairnol! the CHBh• OKF.R CURB will restore yon to health and vigor, and after all quack doctors have failed. For foil particulars get a circular from any Drug store in the country, or write the Proprietors, whe will mail free to any one deelrlng the same a foil treatise in pamphlet form. Price, all per bottle, or three bottles for M>, and forwarded by express to all parte of the world. Sold by all respectable druggists everywhere. I»B. W. R. MIRWDI At Ow.. SOLS PKOPKirrOK*, fob* eodkwly No 6» Liberty St., New Tork. ALDRICH’S PATENT "Water Elevator! A PATEN T combining more good and less bad qualities than any ether nature in use for boose wells. Don't foil to see it before )ou buy any pump or drawer now in use It works so easily that a child tight yesrs'old can draw with it. It is lew prie d; it leaves noth! g In the water to Injure it it does notfreese; it is simple; It is not likely to get out of order The buclte brs no valve and empties itself. You have your well all open or cov ered at pleasure, and is just such a simple fixture as every man needs who values pore water for family use. Drawers and Town and County Bights for ' l y BOTNTON k HIGGINS, . lfl and U Warren Market, Portland. JjWdflm PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS. Navy Department, Bureau of Yards and Docks, Aug. 22, 1804. C8LALKD Proposals for each class separated) on ••Proposals for Class No i name the clau-s*) fur the Navy l ard at loaine the yaruj" will fcercceiv ed at tbit otfie-uniil the 19th September next, at 1 o’clock P. M . at which hour the opeuiug oi tlie bids will be commenced, lor tarnishing and delivering at the several navy yard* named, the materials and ar ticles < mbrmced in printed schedules,\» hith with'uli instiactions, will b.* turnished ou application, aud sent by ui ul, it r-o requested to pci sous desiring to offer t«> contract for any or all of the classes named therein, by the commandants of the several navy yards tor the clause* for the yards under their com mand, or by the uavy agent nearest thereto, or by tlie bureau for any or allot the yard*. To prevent collision and m lstnl es in scaling the offers, no bid win be received which contains class es for more than one yard in one envelope; nor any bid which is not per tect aud complete m itself ac cording to the form* of off-T and guar&u eo, ami each iodividua! oi a linn mu>: rigti the bid and con tract. Bidders are hereby cautioned and particularly no tified ttiat their ofi« rs mu* in Hie form herein* * tor described, aud bo mulled in time to reach their dominion helhre the time expire* for re< h “H them; no bid wiU be c tnsideretl which shall re ceivrd after the period stat*>J. ami no allowance will be wuuU for failures of tht tnait.% All olloi* must be ac.oiupamed by a cert fled oopv of the bid ders iioense. . . . To guard against offers being opened before tfce time appointed, bidders are ronwsled 10 endorse on the enve.ope, above the a idjt-*?. atid draw a line vu der the t-nuorsemeui thus: •‘Prof orals for Class No. (tame the clars) lor tfce N’avv Yard at(uanu> the yard./’ lo the Ch»ei oi the Bortau of lards and Docks Washington, D. C. lust ructions and forms ol offer, with copies of the law* bearing on the subject, will be furnished by comma daots ofyards,n»vy agents,and the Bunas, on application to alt or cilh* r of Portsmouth, N. il. Class No 1 bricks :olass No2 «toue;c!ass No6 oak and bard wood: class Nod white pine, situ »e, juniper, aud cypres*: class No 7 lime, hair and p adur; »Tasa No 8 oem ut; etas* No a grave; aud sand. cla-s No 9j rnoui .iu ■' and tire ssnd and tire cla) : class No 10 state: cla-s No II iron, iron nails and spikes; cla*s No 12 steel; cla** No 13 pig iron , cla«s No 14 hle»; clas* No 15 paints, oils aud glas<*; class No 16 ship chandlery; class No *7 hardware; class No 18 st» tinery; cla-s No It* fire wood; t ass No 20 hay and straw ; class No 21 provender; class No 22 charcoal. c a**No23 belting, packing and hose; cia** No 24 sperm and liibnc «tiuA oi s; clas.- No 2b in n casting*, cla-* No 26 augets; class No *47 Anthracite coal; class No 29 Bituminous Cumberland coal: class No 31 cop per aud composition nails; class No 32 machinery aud tools: class A cemr ut paint. * Bonbon. Class No 1 bricks; class No 2 eioue; class No 5 oak and ha<d wood; class No 6 white pine, spruce, juniper and cypress; class No. 7, Lime, hair ami piaster; class No. 8. Ceroeat: class No 9. Dravel and s*lid, ctass No. 9*. Mou ding and lire sand &i d lire clay; cans No. 11* lion, won spikes and nails; class No. 12 bteei; clast No. 13 1‘ig iron: c ass No 14 Flits class No. 15. Paints, oil* aud glass ;cla-s No. 16 .Ship chandlery; class No. 17. Ha dware; cltaa No. 18. stationery: class No. 19 firewood; cla s No. 2u. Hay and straw; cits* No. 21. Proveuder; class No. Si. Charcoal: cla-s No. 23 Belting, packing aud hose; class No 24. Sperm and lubricatiug oils; class No. It. Iron castings, class No. 2b. Augers; clas* No. 27. Anthracite coal;cl*!-s No. 29. Bituminous t um berlaud coal; class No. 3d. Serai-Hitumiuoffn, Broad top coal aud Picton; class No. 32. Jaachinerv ard tools; class A. New jo<uer shop; class B, ii. li. Smith's pateut boring aud mortising machine. Aew York. Clast No. 1. Bricks : elau No. 2. Stone; Class No. 2 j, stone; class No. 4. Wl.ow pine lumber; class No 5. Oak and hard wood; cla s No 0. White i>iue. spruce, juniper and cypress; cast No. 7. Liuue, hair, aud plas er; class No. 8. C'emc-nt; cla** No 9. Oravel and saud; cla.-* No. 9*. Moulding aud tire *auU aud are clay; c a*a No Id Slate; class No. It. Iron, iron spikes aud uails; clas* No 12. cvUel: class No 13. Pig iron; cla-s No 14 Files; class No 15. Paints, oils aud glaso; class No. 16. Ship chandlery; cats No 17 Hardware; class No. 1*. Stationery; class No 20. Hay and straw; class No. 21 Proveuder; c.assi>o. 21 Charcoal; clas* No. 23 Belting, packing and hose; class No. 24. Sjieiui and lubricating oilr-; class No. 26. Iron work piping. Ac. class No. 26. Aurers : c ass No. 27. Ahthracile ccal : cla** No 3D Semi bituniinou*. Broad top coal; clas* No 31. Copper aod composition nails; class A. Fire truck. Ac. PhilatleJphia. ( las.-No. 1. Bnoks; class No. 2. Stono; class No 4. Yellow pinot inber ; class No. 6 Oak aud bard wood; class No. «. Whit© pint-, spra.-e, juniper and cyp^egs; class No. 7. Liiue. h ir and pis* or: c as No1.* gravel and sand ;cla«aNo 11 iron iron-j ikes and nail-; class 12 steel :c!n-s No 14 tiles ;cl isaNo 15 paints, oils and glass; class No 16 ship chandlery ; class N-» 17 hardware; clans No 13 *ta»ione y ; class No 19 fl-ewood; c'ass No 22 charcoal, class No 23 belting, packing and hose; r.a-a No 24 sperm aud lubricat ing oils. class No 26 aug« rs; clm-s No27 Anthracite coal, da«s No 30 »emi-tfituminou-. broad top cot!; class No 32 machinery and tools; cla-- A bilge water indicators; class B spark arresters; cla*!- C pitch house. Natal Am plum. Class No 1 clothing; class No 2 hats, boots, shoes, Ac: class No 3provisions; c’ass No 4 groceries; clan No 6 dry goods; clan No 6 bread. Ac; class No 7 to bacco: clas* No 8 coal; c'ass No 9 tihiutsoils, glass, Ac: class No 11 lumber; clas-No 12 tirrwro d; class No 13 provender; c'a s No 14 Miscellaneous; class No 15 hardware; class No 1G stationer}. Washington. Clan No 1 bricks; class No 2 stone. class No 4 yel low pine lumber; clan No 6 oak and hard wood; class No6 white pine, spruce, juniper and cyprses;, class No 7 lime hai* and plaster ; class No 8 cemeu*. class No 9 gravel and saud; c!aa- No 9j rao*l uug and tire sand aud fireclay; clast No 11 iron, iron nails aud spikes; clan* No 12 *tec!: class No 13 pig iron ; cla-s No 14 ti es ; class No 13 paii-ts oils, and glass; cla-s No 16 ship chandlery ; class No 17 hard ware ; class No 18 stationery ; class No 19 tire wood . c’as* No 20 hay aud straw; das* No 21 provender; class X’o22 charcoal: class No 23 belting,packing aud hose: class No 21 sperm and lubriettiug oils; c'as* No 27 Anthracite coal; cla** No 29 Bi uminous ( urn berland coal; class No 32 machinery and tools. Norfolk. Class No 1 bricks; class No S yellow pine timber; clan- No 4 yellow pine lumber; class No 3 oaa and hard woc*d; das < N 6 while pin©, spruce, juniper and cypress . class No 7 lime, hair and plaster; elms No 8 cement; class *o 9j moulding and tiietand and fireclay; cla** No 10 slafe; class No 11 >rou, iron spikes and nails; class No 13 pig iron; class No 74 n e-; cla**- No 13 paiut«. oi s and glass ; c ass No *6 ship chandlery , c>as* No 17 har-i ware, claai No 18 stationery. c ass No 19 firewood; cla-* No 2) bay aud stra«; c ass No 21 provender; class No 22 charcoal; class No2-1 belting, packiug and hose; < lass No 24 •ponn and iubricatiu v oil; class X ■ 26 augers; clan No 27 Anthracite coal; class No29 Uiiummoust-um ber and coal; class No 30 .-ern-ttitumiuou- b’oad top coal lump; class No 31 copper aud comp sition nails; class No 32 machiner aud tools; class A sash es, glared. Pttwac lay Fla. Cla#s No 1G -hip chandlery; class No 17 hardware; class No 18 stationery; clan No 19 firtweod; class No 2d hay and straw; cla s No 21 provender; class 24 spe-m and lubncU i g oil-; c os* No 26 augeis: class No 27 Anthracite coal; cl s* No 29 1 ituminou Cumberland coal; class 12 machinery and tools. Aug 27—law4w U N~ ION Mutual Life Insurance Co. INCORPORATED by tlie STATE OK MAINE Charter Perpetual. Organized, IMS. DIRECTOR’S OFFICE, 68 Stale Street. .... Do.ton. Man. President— HP SR V CROCKER. Vice-President—JjASIEL SHARP. Secretary— IV U HOLLISTER. H. G. WILSON, General Manager of Agencies in the Sett England states. Assets, 31,1 June, 1861, SOSO,000.00 Losses Paid to date. S7SO.OSo.on utnaend raid in Ca*h to date, 9340,030.0* TVlHIfi Company offers peculiar advantages toper -JL sous intending to invur* tut ir lives, iu its safety and stability, acquired in iu tourtteu years’experi ence: iu i s asst- s, which, .without its capital of •10",000.)amounts to over three-quarters ol a million ot dollars, being more than two hundred thou-and dollars iu excels of its liabilities for the reinsurance of all out-standing risks; in the facilities presented in its accommodating s>stein ol payments of prcuii urns; in the large number,diverslti- d conditions and occupations, various ages and localities of lives in sured, giving the largest requisite scope for the ope ration of the laws of average mortality, and the am plest guarauty to the insured tor the beuellts there of; in <he division of profit-, the annua/ apportion ment of which having lor the past fourteen years averaged Fort* per (Venf.oftho premiums paid. Policies are i»nued upon all the pla* s usual with ; Life lusuraucc t'ornp-uies, and at as jow rates as is consist* ut with a view to equity and solvency. Parties desiring Agencies in owns where toe com oany have noue, aud those wishing Traveliug Agen cies within the 'et England Mates, \mJj apply tc H. G. W ILSUN. 6i Mate Street, Boston, such re’ereuce, or iafonnition as to age, present ! and past business, as wi.l enable him to term Judg j ment in regard thereto. juncl4d3m JAMES EDMOND & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 13 FlBFRTy SQUARE, .. BOSTON Are prepar-d to order at favorable rate,. COLT Nltbb and GLENGAHNOCK PIG IRON, Also, BAR, SHEET, f BOILER PLATE I HOE, of English and Scotch Manufacture. We shalleontinue to receive, in addition to out t American Brick, a regular supply of ENGLISH, SCOTCH, k WELCH F1KK mnhll eodftm PENSIONS! BOUNTIES! -AND BAOHL PAY : Are obtained for Wounded Soldiers (discharged, and the friends of deceased soldiers a ho are entitieo to the same by BVKON D. VEKH1LI.. ttUne; ud Cstaiellor, tl St. 117 Kiddie Sired, i -AND WaahmKtmfent f°r 1111 n»e Department* at Portland. April23,1884. ap26ood8m Dissolution. THE Arm of Howard % Strout.a. Attorneyaand Cososellor, a-Law, i, thi. day dissolved by mu- j tual content. Either partner will attend to the set - tleraent ot of the business of the late ttrin Mr. Howard well c intiuue to occupy ufflacsi Mid die street, over Casco Bank. Mr Strout will occupy offlee 106 Middle street opposite head of Plumb street. Joseph Howard, 8 * WALL C. STEOUT. Portland, Jane 27, 1SG4 —d3m Bure € hit 11 ri*. TO purohase a stock nf Millinery. w-j;b rent of one of the host stands la tbe oity. Address through Jy*6 tf MILLiNBH, Portland. RAILROADS, FOR CHICAGO, MILWAUKIE. A D<^ ****** tAje W641 • HCCBSIOJI TICKETS Til CHICAGO. IIIWAIUI, And all other points at the WEST, SOUTH dr NORTH W EST, Korsale at the reduced rate# of fare at the Union Ticket Office, 31 Exchange St., W. D. liillle, Agent. Juo«Mdtf FOR THE WHITE MOUNTAINS, '..~Tb • ..._ 5 Montreal, Quebec, Niagara Falls, AXD RETURN. Kxcamoc Tickets (hr sale at the II E 1> U V E I> HATES, W.v NN . 1-) • Id I 1'T LE, Agent, UNI ON TICKET O FFICE, . janc21tf 31 Kxchango street. Summer Tourist’s & Traveler’s (itfat Combination ol £2XOU]ElSIOirSS For the Reason of 1864. Tickets flood to Return to November 1m. GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY. from Portland —TO— , White Mountain*. Montreal, Quebec, De troit, Chicago, W iltvuukie, Niaguru Fulls, and returu AT VKRY LOW RATRS OF FAKX. , Only $1(1 hi Chicago or Milioaukie, $25 out anil returu, via. .Strnia Lmc. To Chicago and Return, uM rail, $35, A i.ho, to Botftoo, New York, up the Iludsou River, l Samtoga, Lake George. Returning from Niagara Falls either by Grand lniiik Kan way, or by ttie Koval Mail Liue through ■ the Ttu unaud Island* and liapius of the bt. Law rence. Anuria) Monet, taken at Par for Tickets, Sleep ing Car-and at Refreshment haloons Arraiigcmentii ha e been made with the Proprie 1 tors ol Uic principal ilotela In Monareal, Quebec and D. troit to lake Anuncau Money at par, charging New York Hotel prices. For tickets or information apply to Aukkt of i Grand truck Kailway. K. 1*. ItKACtl, Geueral Agent,279 Broadway.N.Y. tV m !• lowxus, La-tern Agent, Bangor. June 11.—44w AHbi REDUCED RATES ! . IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS -TO THU West, North Weat& South West! W. r>. LITTLE. IS Agent lor all the great leading route, to Chica go, fmciuntti, Cleveland, Detroil. Mil*aukie, Calma, Oskosh. St. Paul. LaCroase, Crtcn Hay, guiucy. St. Louis, Louisville, lndi.napolis, Cairo etc., etc., and is prepared 10 lurnisb Tusopoa 1 It it.Ts from fort land to all the principal dllo. and towns in the loyal State, and Canada., at the lowest rate* of, and ail needful information cheerfully granted. Travelers will lind it greatly to their advantage to procure theirtljkeU at the Union Ticket Oflice, 31 Exchange Street, (t/F STAIRS,) W. 1>. LITTLE, Agent. Passengers for California, bjr the Old Line Mail Steamer and Panama Railroad, may be secured by earlv application at ibis office. Tickets lo MimtreaJ aitd Qu, t>rc and return (rim the Grand Trunk Hallway) may be obtained at this agency on ta\ orable terms. may aeok wtl '■IUMI THUNK BAUWil Of Unnad*. SUMMER A it LAN GEkl ENT. JMKX1 On and after Monday. June 27, 1864, trains will run daily, (bunas', t excen: •aTuutiilhrt her notice, as follows: i P Up Trains. Leave Portland lor Inland Pond. Montreal and Quebec at J.oua. > and 1.2S r. m. Down Trains. k 1L*?V^,,1“d F<md for Portland, at e 30 a. x. and The Company are not responsible for baa race to any amount exceeding A60 in value, and tuat per sonal, unless notice is given, and paid lor at the rat* of one passenger for every diOu additional value. u u A 11 Jv Je UK YDgES. Managing Direotor. H ■ BA1LKJ , Superintendent. Portland, June 25. lo« n0v6 PORTLAND AND KKNNEBEU K.K. SPRING A SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 25, 1864 Passenger trains leave Hkewhegma for ortam. and Boston, at 8.46 a. M., Au gu# a, 11.0 A. M and Bath U Id P. M. Aurnsta 'or 1 ortlsnd ana Bostou A, sc. ; Bath d.fiu A. Portland for Ba’b, Au*n*ta, Waterville Kendall’* Milir and bkou hegar , at 1.1U I*. kJ Portland 1 or Bath and Augusta $ 15 I\ U. rM««ujC*-r# fcr tmuongoo the Androscoggin Hall road will change cate at Brunswick:. ^ Kit*' *r**u f oui Portland connect# at Kondaus klUis wuh Marne Central Hail road lor Bangor, Ac , arriving #anu- evening. ^Stages leave Ba h lor Hocklandat 9 A M. and 3 Stage# leave Augusta tor Belfast at 4 P M Wage# leave Skowbegan at 6 10 P. M for An#on, Boon, Ac. ’ Thn ugh Tickets for all the tUtfoM on this and the Androscoggin Hallrosd. can l* procurred in Boston at the Eastern or Boston and liaise stations. Aviril IX is ? H CLSU1IA1' ti,,P«rtnt*ndent April 18, 18h4 ap23 tf Uork a Citmbvriuiiil ttailroad. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. r °n »nd *ftcI' MONDAY, April ^^ ^ J 1th., 1S64, trains will leave ns Lf-,a 1 i i i ftili.iyAw until lurther notice : ™ baco Kiver tor Portland at 6 46 < f reight Train with Passenger Cars) and 9 15 ▲. M-, ana 3.30 r m. Leave Portland tor Saco Kiver, 7.46 a. u. and 2.00 and 6,*) t.u. The 2.00 p. m. train out, and 6 46 a. m. traiu iuto Portland, will be freight trains with passenger car# attached. btagea connect at S&ccarappa daily for South WmuLam, Windham Center and (jrtat Fails. At (Jorhaui for West tiorham, Stindish. Steep Falls, Baldwin. Sebago, Bridgton, Hiram, Limiug ton, Corniah, Denmark, Brownfield. Lovel, Frye burg, Conway,Bartlett, Albany, Jackson and La : ton, N. U. At Buxton Center for West Buxton, Bonney Ea gle, South Limiugton, Limington and Limerick At saco River tri-weekly, tor Hollis, Limerick, Ossipee. Kcwtield, Parson *heid, Eihnguam, Free dom. Madii>on, raten, Corntsh, Porter, Ac Fares 6 cents leas when tickets are purchased in the Office, than when paid in the Cars. DAM. CAHPEMTER.Supt. Portland April 7,18*4. dtf .11 AINU CENTRAL KAIL HOAD. SUMMER ARRAN GEM ENT. Trains leave fortiand, Grand Trank ■■ES^WStntion, lbr Lewiston and Auburn, at *or Bangor and intermediatestations it 1.26 r.M. RE1 URMNG—leave Lewiston at 6.30 a at., and arrive ia Portland at 6.80 a n. Leave Bangor at 7-30 a. a, and arrive in Portland at 2 15 r a. Both these trains connect at Portland with trains for Boston. Freight train leaves Portland at 8 a. a., and re turning is dneinPortland at 1 r.a. Stage- connect with trains at principal stations, daily for most of the towns North and Last ol this line. C. M. MORSE,Sup't. Waterville. November, 1863 declf PORTLAND, SACO * PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. SUUMJUl AJlilAKGBMBSTB. Commencing April 11th, 1864. WMMEI Passenger Trains will leave the 8ta tiou, Cana] street, daily, (Sundays ex cepted; as follows: Leave Portland for Boston, at 8 46 a. a. and 3.(6 r. a. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.30 a. a. and 3.00 r. a. Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.00 A. a. and 6 80 r. a. These trains will take and leave passengers at way stations. Freight trains leave Portland and Boston dally. FRANCIS CHASE, Superintendent. Portland, Dot. 30,1SC3. oc31 edtf NOTICE. ter k.Co . do cheerlttHy recommend them to our ! tormer customers. A'l persons having demands against u« are request'd to present tUm lor settle, and all per-ous indebted to us are re^uv-ted to make immediate payment at the old stand where one ol the undersigned may be found for the present. SAWYER A WHITNEY. Portland, June 6,1864. june*13d3w Coal and W ot>rl J f|HIR Rubucribur having purchased the Slock of ■* ' (1* au-1 Wood, and t;tk* n the «tami nceutly I occupied by Kaieyrr Whitneu, head of ! .y«unr JJ /tar/, are now prepared to mi ply their f former p&tien* and the public generally, with a 1 hue a^oortiuout of WELL PICKED AXD SCIiEEXED Old Company Lehigh, Sugar Ixoai Lehigh, llaxelton Ixehigh, . . . liocusl Mouulain. John's, While and Red A»h, Diamond and Lorberry, Together with the beat quality 0f Cumberland Coal ! A Superior Uoal/or Mlacktmithi. Also. Hard and Soft Wood, Delivered to order in any part of the city. The former customers of Messrs Sawyer A Whit ney are respe-ctfully Invited to givens a call. _ _ RANDALL, MeALL1STKH ft CO. ^Portland, June II, 1864 -dly i _ STEAMBOATS, Portland and Penobscot River,, Summer Arrangement, 1804. 1 THE NEW, STAUNCH AND COMMODIOUS STEAldEU LADY LAUD,, Built expressly for this route, t CAPT. WILLIAM R. ROIX, Mga*BP» Will commence her Summer Ar- * on HONDA\ MORN Jnne6th, Leaving 1’.augur ev- I ery MouUay, Wednesday and Friday Morning*,at 1 6 o’clock. Returning will leave Railroad Wharf, foot of! State street, Portland, c\ery Monday. Wedne sday and Friday Evening**, at 10 o'clock, connecting with the baHteiu, Boston and Maine, and Portland, Saco , and Portsmouth Kailroaus. from Boston unit Way I Stations, leaving Boston at 3 o'clock, P. M The Boat will touch at Rockl*nd. Camden, Bel I fart, l.ucksport, Wiuterpori aud Hampden, both j ways, i’a-renger-. ticketed through to aud from [ Boston. Lowell, Law rence, Salem and Lynn, i For more extended in (urination, apply to J. O. Kendrick, Bangor; the local Agents at the various ! lai,dings: the l>epot Misters ol the P. 8 & p., Eastern, and B. * il Railroads: Ahiel Somerby, i j Portland; Lang L Delano, Boston, or CUAS. SPEAR, General Agent. | June!.—isdtf Montreal OcejmSteamship Co. One of tho following first-class steamers of this Line vizPeruvian, Hibernia, North American, Jura,Bel gian, Nova Beotian, Moravian. Da . m*»av.uN, *i.i sail from Quebec, kvkuv Satcuday MuuMS'i, lor Liverpool via Eond>uocrr). Also the rtearnere ST. David St George, St Audrkw. (?t. Patrick, tri monthly from Quebec for Glasgow. Prepaid and return tickets issued at reduced rates. For passage apply toU.a A. ALL AN, Montreal, or to J L. FARMER, mayltkitf No. 10 Exchange street Portland. International Steamship Company. Eastport, Calais & St John. TWO TItIPs FEK WEEK. On and after Monday, March 38, tho superior uea-going Meamer NEW BRUNSWICK, Capt. E B. -1 Winchester, will leave Railroad »» nan, ioou ol State Street, every Monday at 6 o'clock P. M.,and the Steamer NEW ENGLAND Capt E. Field, every Thursday at 5 o’clock P. M ' for r.astport and St. John, N. B , connecting at Eastpori with steamer t^ucen, for Robinson, St. An- i drew* and Calais, aud with btatre coaches for Ma chias, and at at. John with steamer- for Freder icton and with steamer Euneror lor Dig by, Wind sor and Halifax, aud with the E. A N. A. mail road for bhedi&c aud all way stations. Returning, will leave St John every Monday and 1 hursd&y at 8 o'clock A. M.,ldr East port, Portland and Boston. Through tickets procured of tho Agentsand Clerk on boara Steamer, * rhS.h7.,T0®i¥*d U" ‘ °'dock P‘ and C.C. EATON. Agent. Portland aud Boston Line. the steamers Voreit City, Lewiston and Montreal ro&Bt,lftrth*r not,oe- r»‘ “ Leave Atlantic Wharf, Portland, Naroin Culm...,2 00 Kreigot taken as usual. The Company are not responsible for baegare to Mf amountencerMlurg Shorn value, aud that peraon. al, vulvas notice Is given and paid lor at the rat* of one Mswngcr for every *300 additional value. hob.18, Xo03. dti L. BILLINGS, Agent Portluud and Mew York Steamers SEMI-WEEKLY LINK. , The splendid and fast Steamships C -T »t^. Lu0rV.* l.P',,NT " Capt-WlSTm* *u9 POTOMAC." Captain Sbkk XKSmrtsa WOOD, wlll.nutll further notioe rna as follows ’ Leave Browns Wharf, Portland,every WEDNK8 • a, « P. M . and "are P& inNdCsiTCKDrA?^3Yo'orf„creprJMWEDi,'t:8DA,r These vessel. are Sited an with (neaeeemmodatloae for passengers, making this the moat speedy, safe and comfortable route for travellers between New York Booms*10*' P"“c# •7>00’ hare and Ststd (foods forwarded by thlsilneto and from Montreal. Sohn*0’ BtEr0,, BlUl' Augusta, Eastport and St. Shippers are requested to send their freight to the steamer- asearly as 3 P. M„ on the day that then leave Portland. r Por freight or passage apply to POX. Brown s Wharf, Portland. Hew YorkK0MWrXL * CO ■ N° 89 W'est Street, Doo.6slSC2. FOR SALE & TO LET House and Lot No. 31 Danforth St., For Sale. mTbe two ar.d a half storied wooden dweliug House and lot. No. 31 Lanforth St , contain, log ten good sued rooms, with a bathing room—piped for g»s throughout—a turnaee that will heal every part ol the house. < islei n lor rain water and a never foiling well of dr nking water. Copper pump*, Ac On the prern ses are a good barn and sheds. The lot is about 12o bv 44 feet. I be I bone can be examined anv day from 10 A M. till 5 1*. M by calling on the Hubecrk or who will lurnieh particulars and terms->f sale. J K liKA/IKK, Ocean Insurance Company Building, Aug. 3—dtf -No. 37 Exchange St. Home and Houm? L >t> For S>*le, Located in IVeatbrook, about five 1 minute* walk from the llur*e Car? at Woodford's corner. Also, i»>e pleaasu ly located two —, atorv Dwelling Hou-e and Lot, re- , ceutly occupied by Mr J. C. Remick. The lot con tain* about two acres, and is one oi the finest loca- I tions for a geuiocl residence to be found in the sub- j nr be of Port/aud, being le^s than two miles from tuc < Portland Post Office, and commands a flee view of I the city. F‘‘r further particulars call on the undersigned at ! 21« tore Street, corner Union .Strict. jy14d !_ BUFUS DUNHAM. 1 Dwelling (louse for Sale. A two story dwelling houso on Cougress St. ' fcciii P*"1)'* ihe ca-'elluted Villa of a. L. Jlarih ( arlton, r.,q . and on the due of the Horse ttaiirvao 1i is home cintains fourteen finished j aud is well adapted to accommodate two families with Morale « ut buildings, stable. Ac . aud a well of aier in the yard. A large part of the purohase ! money can lay on mortgage if dtslr* d This property will le ott red at Auction on the first j of August, if not sold before. i . ... ALLEN HAINES. 1 ortland, July 21, 18-d. I'rovisiou Store lor Sale. rifHE Stock aud llxlures of a Provision Store, A lavoraWy located in a thrivlug manufacturing towu, on the Hue ef It K , a few miles lien Port- 1 laud This is a good chance for apanv with asmall i capital. Expeucas small; rent only live dollars a month. Will be sold low lor cash—clung* ot busi ness cause of sale. Present quota ot tbe town to be i tilled by enlistment*. Call ou o» address imiuodi ' »tely O. IV. BUKKHAM. International Hou e, Portland, Me Ang, 23.18114 -dtf For Sale. The Dwelling House, Stable and Grapery at Ipti dfsary of -l. \V. Aaams. near Morrill’s Cor- i Jkeikner. Buildings new and couvenicut, pur* wa er. 2 wrlls, fi eistvms, tcrce pumps Ac.; excellent i public schools aud »cad«my. n*ar Horse curs and I Strain car-. One-half o’tine*-quarters acre ol lard I in good gardening conditicn, already planted with ' lie tgUruameutal and Fruit Trees. Grapes and Roses in abuudauce. Also several building lots. Augir. eod2w* i «ifid on Free street lor Sale. 1U1K valuable real estate on Free street, known I . a- the "Furbish property ” The Jot is about 106 feet on Free street and extends b&ck about 174 teet. i Faid estate w ill be sold as a whole, or the easterly halt of the dwelling house, with lot about 40 bv 171 feet, will be sold by itself 1 Application n.ay be made to James Furbish, Esq. on the premises, or to GEO. E B. ,IA( KaOX, * Julyldtf L0 Excbaugo stroet. For Sale. A SQUARE block of land, of about 7300O acres l of wood land, on the south aide of the river St. Lawmnce. in Canada East It is interceded bv two considerable rivers with eligible Mill sits. Weil ! wooded wit ft every description of timber, such as pine and spruce in largo quantities, and maple ! berch. beech, tamarac ana bass wo d tr.any amount ' Enquire of 11. T. MACU1N. Portland Portland, Feb. 1864. feb25 eodtf For Knit1. CUH COTTAGE, containing over 10 ! rooms,large stablo and sheds—situated two j and one-half miles from Portland, and the finest situation in Cape Elizabeth for a wa- I _tering place, and summer boarders. For particulars enquire of GEO. OWEN, ap7dtf 101 Congress 8tract.Portland, i Dwelling House For Sale. A two story Dwe'ling House on North street j Pjjji with a good stable ami a good well of water. AAeJfelt is a decirable location, and will be sold cheap. Part if the purchase money can lay on mort gage if desired. GEO F. FOSTER, jy27 dlj^ No. 2 Galt Block, j For bale. ONE half the three story brick Blcck, situated on Congress 6t., near the he a i » t Park fit., one oi j the most desirable l« catioi s ill the citv. For par- | ticu'arsen uireof Mr S. C. ( hate or C. C. Telman 1 at F. A II award’s uuder Lancaster Hall Aug 8—dim* For feult*. 4 TWO story House and Let. situated on Port* 1\. land strei t. with Stable ami other out buildings. Also two adjoining lots containing abou» eight thousand square teet. Enquire of ft STEVENS, ! N*o 47 Portland stroet. juue9dtr House For Sale. A TWO story wooden house. No It) Adams street, 11 finished rooms, convenient for two families: 1 plenty of good water. For particulars inquire oi B. J. WILL* HO. 1 Portland, May 14,1864. may 14eodtf To I,el. FOt lt Offices single or in suites, over Stores Nos 161 and 164 Exchange Street, opposite the Inter- j rational House. Apply o j the premises to J)'4 dtf 4 L.BBOWS, To Lei STORE now oooupled by as. Possession gives1 immediately. i Also, a Front OSoeln Hanson Blook Jumtf H. J. UBBBT ft CO. I I . , , MEDICAL. fok THtMuSoirr fOE’S DYSPEPSIA CIRE! The World'a Great Remedy -FOR Dyspepsia and Indigestion ! AND ALL I) i n « a n e * or THIC ^ STOMACH AID BOWELS Prepared by the Proprietors of “Coe’s Cowjh Dalsam.” Dyspepsia is not only the ante forerunner ofdenth but tbo companion of am serible ill*. It has well been called tie Nation’s scourge; fur more persons both old aud young, m»Je aud iemale, suffer from its ravages, than from all o-her aiim* uts combined It robs tue whole s> stem of its vigor aud energy gives weariness aud total indi'i>oi*ition to those’ once strong atdactive; renders the stomach powerless to digest tbe food, aud has tor its atteudauts Headache, Heartburn, Constipation, Xausea at Stomach, and General Debility of the whole System, it. subjects a particle of nouriihment or hearty food wi bout paying the penalty in the moat agonixie* dl«trees aud ofteutiine. complete proetra tioo. To m et he terrible ravage. 0f thi. wont of all diteases, we have prepared "COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE" and we pledge our reputation upon oar •Utemcat, when we say it will * Po»itively Cure the Worit of You, not in a rear—not in a month—nor In a week—but you .bail aee it. beneficial icUuence at once imme dutely, and tho day you take It. to you who hare lived it,r tear, upon Orahatn it read and plain diet, who dare not eat anr thing the lea.t-wwe hearty ttr»t, becaime the Doctor ha. ordered the plaiaeat food, aud secondly ior fear the diatrea. it cause.— rising aud .outing on your .femach, down to your dinutr. eat a. heart, a meat a. you wiah and a. «oon a. the food begin, to diatreea you fol low it by a .logic teaepoonful of • COE’S DYSPEPSIA CURE I AND IT WILL Relieve You Inst&nt&neously. thu. enabling you by beerty eating, and the uaeof the cure alter each meal. (a. often u the food dis treue. you, or , our. on your atomach.) you will g«t In a very tew da)..oth.t you oan do without the medic*ue. tacept onanatonaily, and by tbe time tbe h..t bottle i.u«ed up, we will guarantee you free from paia. and able to eat, dige.t and enl .y a. hearty a break.a*i a. y ou ever .it down toia vour healthie.t hour., aud we will rorfelt to you tbe price 01 tue bottle, u.ou your .hewing that our statement is not cornet. The medicine i. powerful but harmlee., and ahil.t a mngle teiu.,ooulul wilt at once relieve the dmen lic.uderrr. tbe whole ootile would not mateiill. Injure him. a.i it i. entirely vegeUble and contain, no opiate. All clam. 01 disease that havetbelr ori gin in a diaordered .tomach and bowel., ar. dnnel led in the aame instantaneous way, by tbe aac of nnDQ 'nVO'D'PTJCITA nymr,. m A Ml JJi Uifl Ulb£j i Fair and Ague, Side-Headache, Sickness at the Stomach, Constipation, Heartburn, Colic Pains in Stomach or llowels, Lh,tenterg, l omrt ing, a feeling of Faintness and ljasti tude, Want of Appetite, will not and cannot exist where thecara is nsed — It removes the disease ny removing the sense wot lias Alcoholic Hitlers which cover ap yoar bad feel inge lor a few moments by their exhilarating effeHs teware ofsach remedie. or bevaragee. knt in thsir place use a remedy that will restore the discard Junctions to their uormai condition, and set iumo Uod the entiic human mecbuuUm in perfect her iBSiVMVS COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE, immediately and Instantaneously, we pledge oar woid as men ofhonor—our reputation as I'harmaco utists —our favorable acquaintance witlAhe people as prop, ietors ot the World renowned ‘ice's tough titUaam," it it Is u.ed according to oar directions whicn may be loand with cacn bottle. VVeadd below some lestiinouiala from oar neigh bors auu townsmen, to which we xak your oarelul attention * TESTIMONIALS. From the Pastor </ the Methodist M. Chare*. Mad •sou, Conn. I have used Coe's Dyspepsia Cure ia asy fkmilv andcau tellingly tesuiy to iu value as a medicine llssst tiliusAXo, Pastor M. K. Church Madison, Conn , June autb, 1864. A 1 oicefrom home through our Citg Papers. „ JiliW Haven, Conn , June 18, iH4 Messrs. Kditors :—Ahow me, through your col umns. to acknowledge my gratitude lor in 7 beuelt 1 have received lrom the us. of Coe's Dysptpsi, Cure Ailhougn l was u great sufferer lrom li. speoua the hrst dose gave m.tant re.uf and or a ouuV. Lti eitableu me to eat anything 1 please, without pula 1 have now stopped using the medicine as 1 no longer need it. Palmiba Ltmab Madison, Conn , Jane 80 1164 Krom the benefit derived by the use of Cow's lies popsia Cure in my family. I am prepared to any that I never Inteud lo »e without it and advise all who are afflicted with Dyspepsia to try it. _PuiLAXDnm Lawta. Mr <’oe —Ihebjttle oi Coe s Dyspepsia Careyou gave me has b,eked up your statement eoneerninx It I have ouly used hall a Dottle, and cau eat pin. apple short cake or auithiogel e. without trouble It ecu like a cuarm. Toe relief it affords it luttan taneons. Jax« A. Lowaar New Haven, June 18,1864. Tnose who know my constitution, what my coadi tlou has been tor the la-t thirty yean, will’believe with me that a medic,ne that will reach my case will resell almuet any one. Coe's Dyspepsia Cure has enabled me lo eat anything 1 please, aud It is very trldom I now have to u.e the medicine li relieved m- iu an instant wheu 1 was ia great paia Mr whole system is beiag strengthened by its use 7 New Hates, June20,1864. Im ortant to Traveieia. Whliejonrneying on the care, my stomach be came badly deranged, causing serere paiu ia my I hiad. JUdiiooen on tne watar it weald have beer* called sea-aicknest A lady titling bv ua knowing my condition, teacbed out aboil s saying ■‘take a swallow.'' I did to audio less than Bve minutes my trouble was ended. 1 he medicine was ••Coe's Dyspepsia Cure,' and lrom the eftet it had upon the Stomach, and what I have laarned of it since. 1 think It must be sn excellent rtmedy lor miul Ujipep-sia. 7 MK8 SAMIELFIKLI). niuuuu, iiaur wiu, 1901. Se» Haven, Jane J8th lbu Menre. C O. CI.rk 4 i o -l delir. to makti known the aJmo-t iniUntaneoui rteclt .f • Toe'. Dyapepsia ('are, "in cue. of cbolara oiorbut 1 had been lor iweuljr lour hour, purging at th. •loumcli and boweli, every flfteen minute* I went 1 into your drug More to procnre tome brandy u 1 bail alway. beeu to.d that It wu a good remedy tor i Dysentery My p.llid face and my wutuui it once attractfd tue attention oi the clerk In abn'n • nd he anked me it uuce 'woat n the matter’" 1 replied: "1 beeu tortweutry-four hour, vomit ing nod purging, and I am unabi. to it.nd or walk from weak new, and tbl. deadly aickuMaalmy atom aclic niplete jr pro.t-atea me/' Me produced a bot tle of toe. Uy.pepeia Cure, laying, "taka a large • wallow of that; It ianow 11 o'clock; taken another afle^diuDcr.,, From the moment I took that first dose of tho ‘ medicine ray sickupsa at stomach was gone-its effect i was instantaneous. lu an hour 1 eat my dinner with as good a relish as ever buugry man partook (a* I was well c eartd out of food.} and followed' by a teaspoon tut of cure. I have not suffered a pwrticle 01 inconvenience since I took the remedy. Its action was so wonderful and so immediate that I could hardly believe the evidence* of my ows ! seuscs. aud 1 desire to publicly make known these 1 tacts, that the whole world may avail themselves of its use Like bread, it thould find a place fa every ont’s house, and 1 believe that ne one should so away from home without a bottle of it ia hie pocket or where it e^uld b- quickly made availab'e ' 1 Truly yours, UBo. L. UlUkK. Out <\f the 1 front y-tirt. New Haven. July Hth, 1864.▼ Mr Coe-.Sir — (laving been troubled with the Dyepep-ia for some eight or twelve month*. 1 have > taken the usual kinds of medicines, which have done ' mo no good, I saw your a fvertisemeut of a medi cine to cure the in spensia. I have tried It, and found it to b« tux medicine The first 16 drepe (the 7th of June.) that 1 took, reliev.d me in one minute. I have taken it three or four times, but have had no distressing feeling iu my stomach since taking the first 15 drops; although before, i could not eat a meal, and sometimes no more than three er four mouthfulls w thout distressing me. Ke«pect ully, J. F. WOODRUFF. New Haven, June 11th, 1S64 , i Mu. Co*— Dear Sir — The bottle of Dyspepsia * i Medicine 1 received from you, gave Instantaneous relief. I only uwed it when my food distressed sne. i It was about like taking two doses to-day, one to rn wrow. than every other day, increasing the quan tity of food and decreasing tne medicine.until! was enabled to eat without taking anything at ail. My I cate was an extreme one, having suffered for seven y ears. I now consider myself cured, and by using I aniy one bottle of medicine in the spate of two months. The dose was a teaspoonfbl. ’ Ellis 8. All**. < Sold by Druggists in city and country, every- i where. < Price $1.00 per Bottle. Orders by mail, from either dealers or consumers, promptly attended to. €. 0. CLARK * OO. tTholttale Drug gift I, Kara Moon, Oonn., . Proprietor! ‘ Sold In Portland by W. P. Phillip., n g Hay, >sd all oU»r nalwt, war.klwdlfflt a. MEDICAL. DB. J. B. HVOHE8 OAB BB 90UVD AT HIS PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS. No. 3 Tempi* Street, WHERE he caa be consulted privately, and will. tha utmost confidence by the afflicted, at all honrt daily, from 8 a. at. to » r. u. Mr. 11. addresses those who are vufrering undtr the affliction of private disease, whether arising from Impure connection or the terrible vice of soil-abuse Devoting his entire time to that particalar branch ol the medical profession, he feels warranted in Gran A Cv** >» all Casas, whether ofloni Standing or recently contracted, entirely removin the drags of disease from the system, and making perfect and PERMANENT CURE. " r. .??“'? <=»U the attention Gf the alflioted to ( 2" ?* “* lo°g standing and well earned repntation, furnishing sufficient assur auce of his skill and sac CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. thatrr*m!£k!!l£fIH^?d ,hlnkinE rerson must know that remedies lianded out from general use should ^T.*Ju,jK.*KCaCr's'v*'jl,“h<:a br wcll te^dexi. rwaoe in the hands of a regularly .duelled physi olan, whose preparatory study an him lor all the daties he must fulfill; yet the country Is Hooded with jjoornMtrums and cure-aHi, purporting to be the best In the world, which are not only useless but al ways injurious The unfortunate should be ran-ric °fvA“ »» selecting his physician', as it is a lamontabls yet inoontrevertable fact that many syphilitic an. tlents are made miserable with ruined constitutions by maltreatment from inexperienced physicians ia Eeneral practice; for it ia a point generally conceded y the beet syphilograpbers, that the study ind man agement of these complainte should engross the whole time of thoee who would be competent and ■aocetslhl in their treatment and cure. The inex perienced general practitioner, having neither op portunity nor time to make himself acquainted with their pathology, commonly pusrufs one system ol treatment, in most casos making an indiscriminate use of that aatiquatsd aad dangerous weapon, Mer oury. HAVE CONFIDENCE, All who have committed an exoese of aay kind,, whether it be the solitary vice of yonth, or the sting lag rehake of misplaced confidence in maturer yean, . BERK FOR AN ANTIDOT IN REASON. The Pains and Aches, and Lassitude and Nerroas Prostration that may follow Impure Coition, are the Barometer to the whole system. Do not wail for the consummation that ia sare to fol low, do not wait for Unsightly Ulcers, for Disabled Limbs, lor Loss of Beauty and Complexion. HOWMAN1 THOUSANDS CAN TKSTIFT TO THIS B T UNHAPP T EXPERIENCE. Toung Men troubled with emissions In sleep a complaint generally the result of a bad habit in yonth, treated scientifically, and a perfect care war ranted or no charge made. Hardly a day pasees but we an consulted by one or non young men with the above disease, some ol whom are as weak anil emaciated aa though they had the consumption, and by their friends supposed to have It. All inch c tees yield to the proper aad only correct eourse of treatment, and ia a short time ara nude to rejoice ia perfect health. MIDDLE AGED There are many men at tne s». _ . .. „ „ usare troubled with too frequent evacuations from the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burning sensation, and weakening the system in a manner the patient cannot account for. On exam ining urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often be found, and sometimes small particles of semen or albumen will appear, or the color will he of a thin milkiih hue, again ehangiug to a dark and turbid appearance There are many men who die of this dlmoulty,ignorant of the cause, which is the SECOND STAGE OF SEMINAL WEAKNESS. I can warrant a perfect cure in such eases, and a full and healthy restoration of the nrinary owrans Persona who cannot personally consult the Dr„ oan do so by writing in a plain manner a description of their disease, and the appropriate remedies will be forwarded Immediately. All correspondence strictly confidential and will he returned if desired. Address, DR. J. B. HUGHES, No. 6 Tsmple St., roomer of Middle] Portland WBend Stamp fur circular. Eclectic Medical luflrmary. TO THE LADIES. DM. HUGHES particularly lavlte, all Ladles whs aaad a medical adviser, to cal! at Us rooms. Ho. I Temple Streot, wUch they will find armused for their especial accommodation. Dr. H.’s EolectleUenovatlusMcdlciaesarcnBrival led 1b effloacy and saperior virtue la resalatins all Female Irregularities Their actiou Is speciflc aad earmia of produoin* relief ia a short time. eJhDIES will flad it iavalaable la all oases of oh straetioas alter all other remedies have beea triad la Tala. It Is purely rentable, coatalalna nothin* la the least Injmrlous to the health, aad may bs tahsa with perihet safety at all times. Seat to any part of the ooaatry with rail direetloas hyaddresslo* DB. HUGHES, Me. IT ample Street,ooraer of Middle, Portland. ■ LADIES desiring may ooasmlt one ef their own aex. A lady of experiaaoe la ooastaat attead aaee. leal dAwly Female STRENGTHENING CORDIAL. This Medicine is of loug tried efficacy for correct ing ail disorders incidental to the feminine ssx. That the afflicted may feel assured that this Cordial Is trnlv valuable and worthy their couiidenoe,- not one or those seer, t compounds purposed to destroy healthy action. I add a few testimonial* from phys icians wrom all, favoring the Electric and Reformed Practice 01 Medicine, respect. DR. WILLARD C. GEORGE, formerly Professor in the Worcester Medical College, snd President of the Electric Medical Society, Mass , speaks ot it in the following terms: “I have used the Female Strengthening Cordial similar to that preparation by DK. GEO W SWETT. 106 uanover Street, and I regard it as one of the best Medicines for Female complaints that can be found.” DK. J. KING, Author of” Woman: Her Dis ease* and their Treatment,” says: “ This Medicine appears to exert a specific influ ence on the Uterus It is a valnable agent in ml* de rangements of the Female Reproductive Organs.'* Dlt. SMITH, Fr*sident of the New Yorx Asso ciation of Botanic Physicians, says: " Wo Female, if in delicate health, shoud omit the timely use of this valuable Cordial I owe much ol my success ia midwifery to the use of this Medi cine.” MOTHERS AND MARRIED LADIES* The following from Dr. FAY is worthy your no tice : ” Asa general remedvTor Female Complaints this * Cordiaris a verv valuable one, but by the Profes sion it ia esteemed more highly for l*s good result, during Confinement in relieving the great suffering attendant upon childbirth. 1 acknowledge with Dr. Smith that much of my success in midwifery is due to the us# ot this medicine It strengthens both mother and child. In each cases I follow the di rections of Prof. King, by allowing my patient* to use it a few weeks previous to coufin-ment, as by the energy it imparts to the uterine uervous system the labor will be very much facilitated, and removes the scraps which many female* are liable to. Ne woman, if the knew the great value of this Strcng’h ening Cordial would fail to ase it.” I have received numerous testimonials from diff erent parts of the country where used. Knowing the good it is oapable of doing, I w 11 warrant avrrv bottle of my 44 Cordial’ ’ to be satisfactory in its re sults. The following symi toms indicate those affections ia which the Female Strengthening Corauu has proved Invaluable: Indisposition to Exertion, W'akeftilnesa, Uneasi ness, Depression of Spirits. Trembling, Loss of Power, Pain in the Back. Alternate Chills, and Flushing of Heart, Dragging hensatiou at the Lower Part of the Body, Headache, Languor. Ach ing Along tbs thighs. Intolerance of Light and 8ound, Pale Countenance. Derangement ot >he Stomach and Bowels, Difficult Breathing. Hysteria. Ac.. Ac. It is a speciflc remedy in all Uterine Diseases, Chlorosis ot Green bicknets, Irregularity, Painful ness, Proftise or Suppression of Customary Dis charges. Leucorrhwa or White*. Scinhus or Ulcer ate Bute ot the Uterus, Sterility. Ac No better Tonic cau possibly Ve put un than this, and nons less likely to do harm, and it is composed wholly ot vegetable siren'*, and mrh mm w* known to be valuable. and have used for many year*. PRICE. One Dollar Per Bottle, or «i» bottles for S6 Should rour drnggist not have it. *end directly to at. and when six bottles or more are ordered we will pay all expenses, and have ii securely packed from observation. Be *nre and get that prepared at the New England Botanic Depot. 106 Hanover St. Boaton. GEO W.8WKT1, M D . Proprietor. II. H. HAY, Agent, Portland. meh3 eod6ra STATEMENT OF THE (Etna Insurance Company, or HARTFORD, COSH.. O* tb« lit day of NoTtmb*r, A. D. lxc3, as required by the Lows ot the State of Maine. The Capital S took la.f 1.600.000 md mth the turpi nt u insetted atjUIotet : Real estata. unincumbered, *87,943 IS Cash in baud, on deposit, and in agents’ band*. 116,950 u United States Stocks, 512,647 50 State and City Stocks, and Town Bonds, 669.450 00 Bank and Trust Company Stocks, 1,”47,370 00 Mortgage Bonds. 331,960 00 Atlantio Mutual Ins. Co’s sorip, 1662 S, 16,886 SO Total Assets, *3,026,879 74 Amount of Liabilities for losses not dne or adjusted, .176.411 (4 Amount at risk, estimated, 116,616,479 ff THOS. A., President. Locum J. Hannan, Secretary. Hartford, Hot. 7. 1663. J. G. CHURCHILL, Agent, Vo. 4 Iron Block, Portland Pier. deo6dtf Removal. HAJiNli removed from my old stand to the •torn No 91. Commercial street, and ass* elated Bisslf in business with Mr. Henry fling. I would ske this opportunity to thank my customers for past would re.pect.ullr solicit their luturq, •atronage ol tho firm of fling A Wnittemore ,, .... STEPHEN WHTTTKMOKK Portland, July 8th, 184t, JuJyl3d4vr Copartnership Noilrc. rUE undersigned have this day formed a Cupnrt narshlp under the uame and stylo of riing A Vhittemore. and have taken the store formerly oc epi-d bv Henry Fling, No. VI. Commercial street, there they intend doing a Cummisrlen and Whole ale baalnoes, in Teas. Tobacoo, W 1 Goods, Uro aries and Provisions _ i HENRY FLING. STEPHEN WH1TTEMORK. , Portland Jolv 8. 1464 dtf NOW IS THE* fll MB to van Tan IROCK8IEFBR’8QA8 REGULATOR. KDWAHD SHAW, Agent. AagS—dim ! MEDICAL. Elixir! Elixir DK. WKIOHTS REJUVENATING ELIXIR! OR, E83ENCEOF LIFE. i'BRPARKD VK<»H Pvrb VBOBTAILS KlTIACTl OOKTAIWlBo NOTH l MO INJURIOUS To TH ■ MOTT OBLIOATB. mUK Rejuvenating Elixir is the result of modern -*• discoveries In the vegetable kingdom, being an entirely new and abstract method of care, irrespec tive of all the old and worn-out system*. This medicine baa been tested by the mo*t emi nent medical men of the day, and by thempronouno ed to be one oi the greatest medical discoveries ol the ago. One bottle will cure General Debility. A few doses cnre Hysterics in females. One bottle cores Palpitation of the Heart. A few doses restore the organs of generation. From one to three bottles restores the manlines i and fnll vigor of yontb. , A few doses restore the appetite. Throe bottles cure the worst case of Impotency. A few dose* cure the low-spirited. On# bottle restores mental power. A few doses bring the rose to the eheok. This medicine restores to manly vigor and robu health the poor, debilitated, worn-down, and de pairing devotee of sensual pleasure. The lutles*, enervated yontb, the overtasked men of business, the victim of nervous depression, the ndividnal suffering from general debility, or from weakness of a tinge organ, will all and immediate and permanent relief by tbs use of this Elixir or Ee , senoe of Life. 1 Price *2 per bottle, or three bottles tor *6, and forwardedby Express, on receipt of money, to any address. 8old by all Druggists everywhere. DH. w. B. MEHWIN ft Co.. SOLE PROPRIETORS, No. u» Liberty-et., New York. — I CHEROKEE PILLS! SUGAR COATED. FEMALE REGULATOR, HEALTH PRESERVER. CERTAIN AND SAFE. For the remora] of Obstructions, and the Insurano of Regularity in toe Recurrence of the Monthly Periods. They cure or obviatvthoae numerous diseases tha* I spring from irregularity, by removing the rregular Ity itself They eure Suppressed,Excessive and Painful Men struation. They cure Green Sickness (Chlorosis). They cure Nervous mud Spinal Affections, pains in the back and lower parts of the body. Heaviness, Fatigue on slight exertion. Palpitation oi 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 eflbctathat apring from it. Composed of almple vegetable extract#, they con tain nothing deleterious to nny constitution, bow ; ever delicate—tbeir function being to substitute strength for weakness, which, when properly used, j they never foil to do. All letters seeking information or advice will be promptly, freely and discreetly answered. Full directions accompany each box. Price 41 per box, or six boxes for 96. Bent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of price. Bold by all respectable Druggists. Dr. W. B. MERWIN ft Oo.. BOLE PROPRIETORS, No. 69 Liberty-at.. New York. febCcodfteowlr CATARRH! -AXD NOISES IN THE HEAD! ! CURED BY INHALING ' A Harmless Fluid, Or AGREEADLF. ODOR. NO VIOLENT SYRINGING Or (he Head. THE SENMC OV TASTE AND SMELL RESTORED DK. B. GOO DALE’S CATARRH REMEDY. Dr. Goodaic ha. combatted Catarrh uatil lie has fought It down. It has two a long war. bat hi, tri umph i. complete. Thrqp-li all cowing time hie Ca tarrh Remedy will be known ae tha only one anti dote Tor a diseaee which superdcialiaU have declar ed incurable. Catatrh doctor,.eocalled, epring ip like louehrpose on all ildac. lhe object of tbeec pocket practitioner, is money. They aae dangerous loatruineute. Their violent manipulation, irritate the already inflamed membrane. They never earn. Dr. Good,le • treatment la medicinal, aot mechani cal. He done aot believe in the force-pump cyatem. which ia working ao much miachMf. Uia remedy paaaee through tha abaorbeata. to the aeat of the die eaee, and obliteratea It. It does aot relieve merely for a day, hat for all time. 1-aetly, It coeta a dollar a hoi tic—bo more. Dr. Drilge <y Auburn -V Y. Alter haring witnessed the efleets of tbia Remedy ia Catarrh. Ihua apeak, of it;—It ia truly and un conditionally a iieiculean speddc lor the • bole dle eaae. Such an article ought not to be "hid under a tmabel," and any man who can invent ao truly an efficient and positive a remedy fur «uch a loathsome disease, ought to be considered one ef the beneiac tore of hi. race, and hia name aud the efleeu ol hie •kill perpetuated. touts rcspectfull*. D L DODGE. A. M. Pliny JfiVea. Ike wrlllnorn Travtlltr, And whoae family nhyaician Dr iioodala waa for many yeara, aara—"If Dr. Geodale ray a be ean eurt Catari h. he ran cure it," Ac. Price *1 Send a stamp for a pamphlet Dr. K GOOD ALE'S Office and Depot , 76. Bleeker airee-t, one door wcat ot Broadway, New Yoik. H. H. liar Agent h>r Portland. June Id, 1888. june2dly Ri'IGK (iKNKRit R IllfVti ■ 1 Wsshiugt. u < itv. Juu«24,1364. S WANTED—Surgeons and Assistant burgeons for the. Colored TroopCnndidnte* must be Graduates ot some Regular Medical Cod***, and must be examined by a Hoard of Medical Officers to be conveued by the Surgeou General. Tbe Hoard will determine wbcti-er the candidate will be ap pointed Surgeon or Assiataut burgeon, according to merit Applications accompanied by oue or more test menials from respectable persons, as to moral character. Ac., should be addressed to the Surgeon General. U. b. A , Washington. D. C , ur to the As sistant Surgeon General. I*. S. A . Louisville, Ky Hoards are now in session at Hoston, New York Washington, Cincinnati, St. Louis, and New Or leans. Also wanted. Hospital Stewards for Colored Keg iments Candidates must possess a fair English Ed ucation, aud bo familiar with the couiLouuding and dispensing of Mcdtcinr*. Applications mu.t be made a* in the case of Surgeons aud Assistant burgeons. ( ompeusation from 623 00 to *33 00 per mouth, with ciothing, rations, tu. l and quarters ...» Jos. K baunes, julyl-2aw3ra Acting Surgeon General. STATU COLLKDC Agriculture ana Mechanic Arts ! THE undersigned. Com nissioners. appointed un- , der a resolve of the last Legislature, an • author ised and directed by said reeotve to invite and ro ' ceive douauous ana benefactions in aid of tbe pro posed College for tbe bonedl 01 Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts.” and to receive proposals for tbe location thereof, hereby give notiee that they are prepared to receive such donations, benefactions and proposal .and request that all communications touching ihe same may be made before the first day >f September next, addressed to the undersign ed. |WM G CROSBY. Belfast. wm g t rushy, JOSEPH EATON. sami el y hekley. July SJk wto septl THE BOSTON TIKE Bit UK Lnd Clay Retort Manufacturing Co., Worka, kM federal street, office au<l Warehouse id Liberty Iquareaud 7 Battery march St, manufacture Fire iriek, ail shapes and siiee,for fUrnacee required to tana the most inteose beet also Furnace Blocks md Slabs. Looomotlre Fire Blocks. Bakers’ Orea ®d oreea-house llles. Clay K torts and neee ssarr "Bee to set them, Fire Cement, Fire Clay and Kaolla Tba undersigned will give their speolal attention th®tbo?® masulhotareare exeon ed with promptness. JAMES E MONU SCO. W Liberty Square, Boetoa. | _ MEDICAL. ■ORE TEST1MWUAL8? MRS. MANCHESTER It constantly receiving unsolicited testimonials ol the acloaSaASop cures performed by her. Among many rcoently received are the following, which arc commended to the notice of the notated. Mrs. Man cheater may bo eoBruited at No. 11 Clapp’a Bloch,Hoorn No.6. a cask or ansAL disease cured This Is to certify that 1 went to too Mrs. Manches ter last Maroh with a daughter of mine troubled with spinal disease, for which the had bean doctored [SI irs years, and by a uember ot physicians of kinds; and lbs has had twsaty-oaC applications electricity applied, but all to bo elect; bat aha os a tlnsslly grew worse, loams to the ecnelaMoa, the last resort, to go and soo Mrs. Manchester, aad did so; sad to my great sarprtss she told mo the krai suae ot the disease, aad how she had boon Mem time to time, which eaoouragod mo to try her madieinoc. 1 did to, aad aow my daaghter is able to bo aroaad tbs boast allot the time. 8be also rides ten or It teen milea without any trouble or lncunvenleuoe.auC I think la a short time she will bo restored to perfoet health. Since my daaghter has bees doctoring, 1 hart board of a great many oases that Mrs. »«—->-T tar has cored. I think if any person deserves pat ronage. it is the one who tries to preserve the health of the sink aad aaghriag; aad 1 know that she aaas every short which Use IA her power to beneflt bar patiosta. Sanaa L. haiuaTS, Gaoaau Ksii urs, Anar k. Kuioava, Kan a huoara. EnmmioR, Means, August UR. ONE or THE OEEATKaT CUEE3 tm RE COR Mas. Miscsam—Dear Madam.—Thinking statement of my oass may bo of ssrvloe to others similarly emitted. 1 hasten to give it to yoa. This Is briefly my case—I was taken siok about M months ago with the Liver Complaint in s very bad for*- I applied to four different physicians, bat re ceived ao Deceit until I called on yoa. At that time I had given up basinets, aad was la a eery had stato, bat altar taking yoarmedioine foe a short Urns I be gan to rsoever, sad la two months I was entirely wall, aad had gained several pomade of flesh, and can truly say that by your skill 1 am a perfectly heal *02 » Matos flspoS, Pursi^ A REMARKABLE CURE OP A CASE UP DMO ar cured ar mes. Manchester. This is te oertify that I hare been ear.d of the Dropey of lfteon yoan •Uniting by Mr. Mamekt: Ur. I ham been to phyiicians in Boeton, Mew York aad Philadelphia. They all told me that they oooll do nothing for at, anloee they Upped me, and aa •mrad me that by Upping I could lire bat a short time. I had aude up my mind to go Ik me and live aa long ae 1 oould with the disease, sad then die. On my way home I stayed over night In Portland with a friend of mlse, and told them what my mind was a regard to my disease. They dually penaaded me to go and too Mr*. Manchester. Bhe examined me and told me my ease exactly. I wae to much astonished to think that she told au oorrootly, that 1 told her that 1 would take her medi cine*. not haring the least forth that they would me any good, or that I should got the sllghteet relief from any course whatever; (aaliy 1 took the medi cine and went home. In one week from the time I commenced taking the medicine, I had over three gallons of water pass me la seven hours, aad my fal low sufferers may be amared that It wae a great relief tome. I had not been able to lie down la bed at night before this for two years. Mow 1 eaa lie do' withperfootease, (have taken her medicine ( eight months, aad am ae well at aay maa eoald * to he, aad ae signs #f dropsy. I would advfro ; | that are etak to go aad ooaault Mrs. Mmchess, evea if they have been given ap by other ph, Metaas. I have seat bar a number of oases of o«L.i dlessee, aad she has eared them also. 6e aad for yourselves. I had no frith, hat now my faith * oanaot be shakad la her akill la UUiag aad earing illieaei. teamans Hanson, •aana JC Hanson, Many a. Hansom. k—fir. Matmt, RfrittE. Ovnoa Hooaa—Prom I A. s un t p. s. erptlT laboaui edly Lyon's Periodical Drops TO GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! ass bsttbb rias au Fills, Powders A Quack Preparations. Lyons Periodical Drops! Sura to do Goodind cannot do Kira. LYON’S PERIODICAL DR0PS1 The Great Female Remedy LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS I ▲ aa BMTTKB THAW ALL PILLS,POWDERS f QUACK PREPARATIONS LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! ARE SURE TO DO GOOD AND CARROT DO HARM Lyon’s Periodical Drops THE GREAT FEMALE REBEDT. Lyon’s Periodical Drops ARM BMTTME TUAN ALL PILLS, POWDMES AND QUACK MEDICINES. Lyon’s Periodical Drops Hur* to <io Good and oannol do Hurra. LION’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Great Female Remedy. LION’S PERIODICAL DROPS ana aarra* Tuan au Pillki Powder* and Quack Preparation*. LION’S PERIODICAL DROPS -ABB 8 IKK TU DO <JOOD AND CAaNNOT DO HA KM Lyon’s Periodical Drops THE OHEAT FEMALE BEMEVT Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are better then ell Pills, Powders, And Qneck Preparations. Lyon's Periodical Drops, Sure to do Good and cannot do Harm. Price, SI per llottlc. Tor Ml* by all DraggiM.. At W F Phillip., U U. Uay fc Co., Portland, tarn eodlw American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY! OF HEW TORE. Capital SaOO.OOO, Bwlldiaga. MtnkaadlM. II...,. hwld Fwraliwrw. Beat.. Leaara. Va_ oa lb. Stack., a ad wtkar Per. •Mil PrapwrtT at tae Law. •at rriea SAMUEL BROWN, Prwid.nt. WILLIAM RAYNOR, Stwratar. _ EDWARD SHAW Agaat, 101 Middle Strut #«J7 lyeod MAINE INSURANCE CO. Aagasta, Maine. rBE Main, liuaraaao Companr lmar. again.I low or daaig. by Fir*. Building., Mar.ban um and Fnrnltur.. on torm, u fsrorab). u it caa / H. WILLIAMS.8«*rU^yT1'KB’ EDWARD SHAW ... Agent >•.109 Middle Street. eeHsedlf

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