Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, May 16, 1873, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated May 16, 1873 Page 4
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POETRY. Discords. It bad some grains of truth, at least, That fable of the Sybarite, For whom, because one leaf was creased, Tho rose-strewn couch had no delight. I think cot even sanguine youth Expects its gold without alloy; But this is still the sober truth: A little pain can mar much Joy. *Ti§ pity that one thwarting thought, One adverse clianee, one sudden tear Or sharp regret, can turn to nought The full content that Boemed Bo nonr. But this Btl-ange life of our. abounua With notes ro subtle, they a' 0™ , A thousand discords and ^“rsV°lCnds For ono harmonious perfect chord. STATE OF MAINE. CUUBEBI.AXD, SB: To the Honorable the County Commit niencr» for the County of Cumberland i 1 SESPEOTFULLY represeBts theRoston & Maine IV Railroad, a corporation duly existing by law, that, Whereas, said Corporation was empowered by laws of the wild State, and by act approved by the Gov ernor thereof February 17th, 1871, to extend, locate and construct its railroad from some convenient point on its then road in the towns of Beiwickor South Berwick, thence thiough intervening towns and cities to some convenient point in tho city oi Portland; and, whereas, said corporation has made the survey required by said act, and the said railroad extension has been located according to the descrip tion thereof in said act, and within the time required by said act; and, whereas, the locations thereof with in the city of Port land have been filed with the Coun ty Commissioners for said County of Cumberland, and have been by said Commissioners approved; and ordered to be recorded, and have been only recorded as followsThe first location February 6th. A. 1872; the second location February 7th, A. V-i » the third location February 14th, A. , fourth location February 10th, A. D, lb*:2, aR wh ch ui-i can- more fully by the certified conks of the sumo her o annexed and made a part of this petition. All tho persons who at tlie times of said several halations wore owners of, or had any interest in any of the real estate taken bv any of said locations are fMimring:—Joseph Lindsay and others unknown, heir* of William Lindsay, John Neal, Thomas Bar ker, Mrs. Mary Merrill, Nehemiah C. Rice, Portland Gas Light Co., Charles N. Bean, Abby A. Steele, Martha T. Abb tt and Edwin Hale Abbott devisees of Eben Steele, Portland Glass Works, Portland, Saco & Portsmouth Railroad Co., John W. Lane, Al bert D. Walker, Joseph Walker, James McGUnchy aud diaries B. SValker, Dawson McGlincby, William II. Dyer, Mrs. A. A. Mayo, George H. Saville. Thom as McCarthy, Stephen K. Dyer. City of Portland. Daniel F. Emery, Thomas H. Weston, Cumberland & Oxford Canal Corporation. Mrs. Harriet J. Pope, Mrs. Thomas H. Weston, and other persons to the Boston & Maine Railroad unkuowm. Now, therefore, said Corporation hereby applies to your Honors to estimate tbc damages to be paid by the said Railroad for all the roal estate taken by said locations or any of them. BOSTON & MAINE RAILROAD. By W. L. PUTNAM, their Attorney, And now comes the Boston and Maine Railroad, a Corporation duly established by law of the State of Maine, by virtue of the authority of the law of the State ana that conferral upon it by a charter,granted by Act of Legislature of this State, and approved by the Governor February 17th, 1871, and having made the survey requiied by said charter by its President and Engineer, now files the following location in ac cordance with the description in said charter and which is the route of the Extension, which the said Engineer particularly surveyed and submittal for ap proval, at the meeting of the Directors of said Cor poration. held the twenty-third day of September, 1871, ana which is a continuation of the line describ ed in the location filed and approved by the Honor able the Commissioners for the County of Cumber land, December 26,1871, to wit: Beginning at a point in the line of said Extension in the town of Cape Elizabeth, designated in said ap proved location as Station 2216. thence continuing the curve to the right with a radius of two thousand and twenty-two (2022) feet, eleven hundred sixty (1160) feet to Station 2227plus 60, thence N. 82 deg. 46 min. E. (all the courses herein mentioned being magnetic) twenty-eight hundred (2800) feet to Station 2265 pins 60, thence curving to the right with a raai us of thirteen hundred seventy-five (1375) feet), six huudred eighty (680) feet, to Station 2262 plus 40; thence S. 67 deg. E. two hundred and forty-eight (248) feet to Station 2264 plus 88; thence curving to the left with a radius of thirty-eight hundred seventy-five (3875) feet, six hundred fifty-one (651) feet to Station 2271 plus 39, thence N. 86* deg. E., seven hundred seventy-nine (779) feet to Station 2280 plus 8; thence on a curve to the left w ith a radius of fifty-seven hundred thirty (5730) feet, four hundred Bix (406) feet to Station 2284 plus 15; thence N. 82$ deg. E. nine hundred seventy (970) feet to Station 2293 plus 85; thence curving to the left with a radius of twenty «it hundrou sixty-five (2865) feet, three hundred seventy (370) feet to Statiou 2297 plus 55: thence N. 75 deg. K eight hundred forty-seven (847) feet to Sta tion 230G plus 2; thence curving to tlio left with a ra dius of nine hundral fifty-five (955) feet five hundred forty-three feet (543) to Station 2311 plus 45; thence N. 42 deg. E. eighteen hundred sixty (1860) feet to Station 2330 plus 5, at Maple Street in the city of Portland. Taking a Btrlp of land with all the materials in and upon the same four (4) rods in width of which the foregoing line as now staked out is the centre line throughout with the exceptions hereinafter specifi cally mentioned and such other exceptions as may be pointed out to the Honorable Commissioners, and more spedfically described in a schedule hereafter to be filed herewith. Said line passes through and said location takes the land with all the materials in and upon the same ot Portland Rolling Mills; Heirs of N. Dyer, Mrs. Raymond, R. Cram, Portland, Saco and Portsmouth Railroad Company, Mrs. Ingraham, J. W. Lane, Hiram Brooks, N. C.Kice, J. G. True «Xr Co., H. N. Jose, P. C. Horsey, J. B. Brown, Portland Gas Company, and the land of some other persons whose names said Corporation has been unable as yet to ascertain. At a meeting of the Directors of the Boston and Maine Railroad, September 23,1871, the following vote was passed: “ voted, That the route of the extension of this Road in Maine, which the Engineer has particularly surveyed * # * * be, and is adopted.” Boston and Maine Railroad Extension, Schedule of Variations in width from the four (4) rods, being the exceptions above referred to. Increase ot Diminished Remarks, width in ft. width in ft. Stations. Rt. Lt. Rt. Lt. Side Tracks 2216 16 114 and Materials. 2219190 16 114 - — Do. 2220 — 114 25 — Do. 2221 — 114 25 — Do. Z2Z1T3 —' m IT - Bo. 2222 — 114 15 — Do. 2222190 — 114 *15 — Do. 2223 — 114 — — Do. 2233 — 114 — — Do. 2236 — — — — 2260 — — — — 2261 10 10 — — Excavation. 2266 10 10 — — 2267 — 20 — — Excavation. 2272 — 35 — — Do. 2275 — 50 — — Do. 2277 — 50 — — Do. 2281 — 50 — — Side tracks & Ma 2290 — ioo — — teiials. 2296 — 27 — — Excavations, side 2299(70 33 20 — — tracks & materials. 2300 20 20 - — Do. 2306(00 20 20 2307(13 6 10 2307(30 6 10 2307(32 — — — 10 2306(65 — — 5 17 2309(46 11 11 3 3 3310(30 — 11 3 — 2310(40 — 11 — — 2311(50 — 11 — — 2311(60 — 17 — — 2312(40 — 30 — — 2314 — 40 — — 2315(12 — 35 — — 2316 — 35 — — 2316(1* — 13 — — 2317 — — — — 2319 — — — — 2320(40 90 50 — — Depot Grounds. 2322 90 30 - — Do. 2324(50 90 40 — — Do. 2326 80 67 — — Do. 2330(8 — no — — Do. Boston and Maine Railroad by N. G. WHITE, President. Henry Bacon, Engineer. The foregoing was received, filed and entered on the sixth day or February, 1872, and by the County Commissioners, approved and ordered to be recorded the same day. Attest: D. W. FESSENDEN, Clerk. Note. In the schedule the side line from station to station, as given, w5ll be straight excepting when the main line is curved, in which case the direction will vary with the curve. If, for example, two sta tions are given, with au increase of width right and left of five feet and twenty-five feet at a half way in termediate point, the increase of width will be fifteen feet, whether the main line is curved or straight. And now comes the Boston and Maine Railroad, a Corporation duly established by law of tho State of Maine by virtue of the authority of the law of the State of Maine, and that conferred upon it by a char ter granted by Act of Legislature of this State and approved by the Governor, February 17th, 1871, and having made the survey required by said charter by its President and Engineer.uow files the following location in accordance witli the description in said charter, and which is the route of tho Extension which the said Engineer particularly surveyed, and submitted for approval at the meeting ot the Directors of said Cor poration, held the seventh day of February, 1872, and which is a continuation of the lino described in the location filed and approved by the Honorable tbe Commissioners for the County or Cumberland, De cember 26, 1871, to wit: beginning at a point in the line ot said Extension in the town of Cape Elizabeth, designated in said approved location as Station 2216; thence continuing the curve to the right with a radi us ot two thousand and twenty-two (2022) feet, eleven hundred and sixtv feet (1160) feet to Station 2227 plus 60; thence N.82 deg.'46min.E.(allthe cours es herein mentioned being magnetic). Twenty eight hundred feet (2800) to Station 2255 plus 60; thence curving to the right with a radius of thirteen hun dred and seven tv-five (1375) feet, six hundred eighty (680) feet to Station 2262 plus 40; thence south 67 deg. E. two hundred forty-eight (248) feet to Station 2264 plus 88; thence curving to the left with a radius of thirteen hundred and seventy-five (1375) feet,six hun dred fifty-one (651) feet,to Station 2271 plus 49; thenco N. 8G$ deg. E. seven hundred seventy-nine (779) feet to Station 2280 plus 8; thence on a curve to the left with a radius of fifty-seven hundred thirty (5730) feet, four hundred and six (406) feet, to Station 2284 plus 15; thence N. 82J deg. E. nine hundred seventy (970) feet, to Station 2293 plus 85: thence curving to the left with a radius of twenty-eight hundred sixty five (2865) feet, three hundred seventy (370) feet to Station 2297 plus 55; thence N. 65 deg. E. eight hundred forty-seven (847) feet, to Station 2306 plus 2; thence curving to the left wfth a radius ot nine hundred fifty-five foet (955), five hundred forty three (54t) feet to Station 2311 plus 45; thence N. 42 E. eighteen hundred sixty (1860) feet, to Station 2330 plus 5, at Maple Street, in tbe City of Portland, tak ing a strip of laud with all the materials in and upon the same, four (4) rods in width, ot which the fore going line as now staked out, is the centre line throughout, with the exceptions hereinafter specili- ' cally mentioned, and such other exceptions as may be pointed out to tho Honorable Commissioners, ana *peclfleally described in a schedule hereafter to wI™, * bh• Said line passes through and said .iln5P?eBthe lan<1 a11 the materials in and Vil0" of Portland Rolling Mills, heirs of N. Portsmouth Cram, Portland, Saco and Co H. N. Jose P rC. Rice, J. G. Iruo & Gas Comparand t£,erS J*fB* BrwJP» PortlaD(1 whose names said CorL~?‘ 1°fvR0Dle othe“' Pf ™onB yet to ascertain. P°*Mion bas been unable as At a meeting of the Director. „ Maine Railroad, Februaiy 7th mo °, Boston and w as passed, to wit: the following vote “ Voted. That tho foregoing Iocah™, Engineer between Station 22162t£ the Ellzabetn, Cumberland County, Stats of Cal>c, Station 2330 plus 5 in the city „f Portland ™ “'i'J county and State, be, and is hereby adorn.? tal,i made the location of the Boston and MamJ iu(lra,“ between said Stations, and that the President biJJS be hereby is authorized lo authenticate the same bv his signature and cause the same to be tiled and un proved according to law. ’ Boston and Maine Railroad Extension Schedule of Variations in width from the four (4) rods being the exceptions above referred to. Increase of Diminished Remarks. width in ft. width in It. Stations. Rt. Lt. Rt. Lt. Side tracks and 2216 16 114 -- — materials. 2219166 16 114 — — Do. g*} - 114 25 — Do. 2221 - 114 25 — DO. *2211# - 114 17 _ DO. 2222 — 114 15 _ Do SWO - 114 15 _ go 2223 — 114 _ _ iC' 223* - 114 _ _ Jg MISCELLANEOUS. 2236 — — “ Z §!!i W 10 - - Excavation. |?5S — 20 — — Excavation. T.rX, _ 35 — — Do. mi - SJ - - Do <v>71 — *>0 Do. 2281 — 50 — — Slio tracks and ma 2290 — 100 — — materials. 2296 — 27 — — Excavations, side tracks & materials. 2299170 3! 20 - - Excavation. 2300 20 20 — — Do 2306t60 20 20 — — 2307 tl3 — — 6 10 2307t30 — — 6 10 2307132 — — _ io 2308165 — 5 17 2300146 — II 3 _ 2310130 — 11 2 _ 2310t40 — 11 — — 2311R0 — 11 _ _ 2311160 — 17 _ _ 2312140 _ 30 2314 _ 40 2315112 - 35 2316 _ 35 2316115 - 15 2317 _ _ _ - 2310 _ 2320144 W S - - Depot Grounds. 2322 90 30 - - Do. 2324150 00 40 — — do 2320 80 57 - - 233015 — ',u Maine Railroad, by 1,0 N. G. WHITE, President. HENltY BACON, Engineer. The foregoing was leceived, filed and entered Feb ruary 7th, 1872, and by the County Commissioners improved and ordered to be recorded. Attest: D. W. FESSENDEN, Clerk. Note.—In the schedule the side lines from station to station, as given will be straight excepting when the main line is curved, in which case the direction will vary with the curve. If, for example, two sta tions are given with an increase of width right and left, hy five feet and twenty-five feet at a half way intermediate point, the increase of width will be fif teen feet, whether the main lino is curved or Btraight. And now comes the Boston and Maine Railroad, a corporation duly established by law of the State of Maine by virtue of the authority of the law of the State of Maine and that conferred upon it by a char er granted hy Act of Legislature of this State and approved by the Governor, February 17th. 1871, and hayingmadothe survey required by said charter, by its President and Engineer, now tiles the follow ing location in accordance with the description in said charter, being a location of land for side tracks, beginning at a point in the centre line of the location tiled February 7th, 1872, at a point where the said center line crosses the easterly line of State street in the City of Portland, thence north G5£ deg. east, (magnetic) 570 feet to the southeasterly side of Com mercial street taking land for said side tracks thirty three (33) feet wide each side of the line, excepting that no land 6hal )be taken on the southeasterly side of Commercial street. Boston and Maine Railroad, by N. G. WHITE, President. HENRY BACON, Engineer. At a meeting of the Director* of the Boston and Maine Railroad, February, 14th, 1872, the following vote was passed—to wit: “Voted that the foregoing location for side tracks, as reported by the Engineer, between the easterly side of State street, and the southeasterly side of Commercial street, in the city of Portland, In the State of Maine, bo, and is herebv adopted, and made the location of the Boston and Maine Railroad for side tracks between the points described, and that tin President be, and he hereby is authorized to authenticate the same by his signa ture and cause the same to be filed and approved ac cording to law.” A true copy of record, C. P. JUDD, Clerk. The foregoing was received, filed and entered Feb ruary 14th, 1872, and by the County Commissioners approved, and ordered to be recorded. Attest: D. W. FESSENDEN, Clerk. And now comes the Boston aud Maine Railroad, a corporation duly established by law (of the State of Maine by virtue of the authority of the law of the State of Maine, and that conferred upon it by a charter, granted by Act of Legislature of the State of Maine and approved by the Governor, on Febru ary 17th, 1871, and having made the survey required by said charter, by its President and Engineer, now files the following location in accordance with the description in said charter, and which is the route of the Extension, which the said Engineer particularly surveyed and submitted for approval at the meeting of the Directors of said corporation, held on the fif teenth day of February 1872, and which is, a continu ation of the line described in the location filed and approved by the Honorable the Commissioners for the County of Cumberland, February 7th, 1872. Also necessary tracks and also the locations designa ted on the plan annexed and marked A (which plan is made a part of this location) for necessary tracks and side tracks, depots, wood sheds, repair shops and car, engine and freight houses and materials— to wit: beginning at a point on the line of said exten sion in the city of Portland, where tho said line inter sects the westerly side of Maple street designated in said approved location as Station 2330 plus 05; thence south 68J deg. east (magnetic) fifty-four feet: thence north 68 deg. cast (magnetic) one hundred and fifty-four feet to the southeasterly side of Com mercial street, taking a strip of land thirty feet wide on each side of said line excepting, that no land shall be taken on the southeasterly side of Commercial street. Aud a location for necessary tracks beginning at a point on the centre lino of the location filed February 7th, 1872, at the point where the said centre line crosses the westerly line of High street, in the city of Portland. Thence north 57 deg. east (magnetic), live) hundred and sixty feet to the southeasterly side of Commercial street, tricing land for said tracks thirty-five feet wide, each side of said line excepting that no land shall be taken on the southeasterly slue of Commercial street. Boston and Maine Railroad by N. G. WHITE, President. HENRY BACON, Engineer. At a meeting of the Directors of the Boston and Maine Railroad February 15th, 1872, the following vote was passed to wit: Voted, that the foregoing Locations reported Jay the Engineer, from Maple Street to tho southeasterly side of Commercial Street, and for necessary tracks from the westerly side of High Street to the south easterly side of Commercial Street, and for necessary tracks, side tracks, depots, wood sheds, repair shops, car and engine and freight houses and luuXciiais, an ueiug lu cue cny or rvrtiaxtu aua aiaisj ot Maine be, and is hereby adopted, and that the President be, and hereby is authorized to authenti cate the same by his signature, and cause tho same to be filed and approved according to ;law. A true copv of record. C. P. JUDD, Clerk. The foregoing and plan annexed, were filed and j received February ICth, 1872, and by the County Commissioners approved and orderod to be recorded, j Attest: D. W. FESSENDEN, Clerk. I.— .i Portland, Feby. 19,1673. 1 Clerk’s Office Co. Com. Cumberland Co.] In testimony that the foregoing are true copies of the locations of tho Boston and Maine Railroad, I hereunto set my hand and affix the seal of said Court. D. W. FESSENDEN, Clerk, [l. s.] STATE OF MAINE. Cumberland, ss: At the Court of County Commissioners begun and held at Portland, within and for the County of Cumberland, on tho first Tuesday of January. A. D. 1873, to wit: at an adjournment thereof held at said Portland on the sixth day of May, A. D. 1873. On the foregoing Petition of the Boston & Maine Railroad by their Attorney, W. L. Putnam, praying said County Commissioners to estimate the damages sustained by John Lindsey and others as represented in the toreeoing petition, in consequence of the loca tion of said Railroad over their land, It was Ordered, That the said Commissioners will meet at their office in Portland on the eleventh day of June, A. D. 1873, at ten o’clock A. 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Price One Dollar per Bottle. Send forCircular my74wt ATLANTIC MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK, INSURES AGAINST Marine Risks Only —03*— Cargoes, Freights & Vessels by the Year. ASSETS : $15,571,200 ! Dividend to Policy Holders on Premiums Terminating in 1872, 50 PER CENT, Policy Holders in this Company obtain perfect se cuiity, costing far less than to insure Id any other company in this country. OFFICE, 166 FORE STREET, PORTLAND, John W. Dlunger, CORRESPONDENT. feb!7 dim oodltm&w6w CITY OF PORTLAND. NOTICE is hereby given that the J >int Standi ig Committe on laying out new Streets who, by an

order of the City Council approved May 13, A. D. 1873, were directed to consider and report upon the expediency of discontinuing so much of the Marginal Way as passes over the lauus and flats of Paul and Augustus H. Prince, also the lands and flats now or lormerly of William Willard, situated in Back Cove, will meet at Gould’s wharf (so called) on THURS DAY, the twenty-second day of May instant, at 3 o’clock, P. M., to hear all parties interested and then determine and adjudge whether public convenience and necessities require that said Marginal Way should be discontinued as aforesaid,and if they should so adjudge will then and there discontinue that part of the Marginal Way and fix the damages as required by law. GEO. T. WISCOTT, MICAH SAMPSON, FREDERICK W. CLARK, J. F. RANDALL, EDWARD THURSTON, WM. McALENEY, Committee on Laying Out New Streets. my24 dtd CITY OF PORTLAND. NOTICE is hereby given that the Joint Standing Committee who, by an order of the City Coun cil approved May 13, A. D. 1873, were directed to consider and report upon the expediency of discon tinuing so much of the Marginal Way not heretofore discontinued as passes over the flats of William and Ambrose Curtis, near Curtis’ ship yard (so called), will meet at Curtis* ship yard (so called) on THURS DAY, the twenty-second day of May instant, at 4 o’clock P. M., to hear all parties interested and then determine and adjudge whether public convenience and necessities require that said Marginal Way should be discontinued as aforesaid, and if they should so adjudge will then and there discontinue that part ot the Marginal Way, and fix the damages as required by law. GEO. P. WESCOTT, MICAH SAMPSON, FREDERICK W. CLARK, J. F. RANDALL, EDWARD THURSTON, WM. McALENEY, Committee on Laying out New Streets. m,v 14dtd City oi Portland. In Board of Mayor and Aldermen, I May 12, 1873. J ORDERED, That the City Clerk give notice to all parties interested by publishing a copy of this order in the ‘‘Portland Daily Press” of this city for three weeks successively, that this Board on Monday, the 2d day of June next, at 7J o’clock, P. M., at the Alderman’s Reom in the City Building, will hear all parties interested in the petition for Sewers in the following named streets: Middle street, from Free to Market Square. Spring street, from High to State street. Brown street, from Congress to Cumberland street, peering street, from State to Avon street. Washington street, from Cumberland to Congress street. Mayo street, from Oxford to Cumberland street, street Btreet* from An<1erson to Washington St. John street. r,ii’latJhe/eaft c r ward 6 thia Board will dctcr con«trm?ii!i!*2?®e lrPu.blic conveniences requires the "SSKSEsr™,D 8ald 8110618 AttAt;rue copy, H‘ L *OBINSON, Olcrk. At.nyl4-3w “' r ROBINSON, City Clerk. Destructive Fires ! b#f!§§l b This machine stand. ... I merits, having made foiPi°>n «? 8 BYSOLm %okk! » 2 ^ that commands attention “ 8 Send tor descriptivecirc'ular to C. M. & H. T. PLUMMER, V UNION STREET. noy3M0mTu&F2taw PORTLAND, JBe, STEAMERS. POTtTL A.1STD — AND — PHILADELPHIA. Clyde’s Iron Line of Steamers! Running between Providence and Philadelphia every WED NESDAY and SATURDAY gives i_direct communication to and rom Portland and all other points in Maine, with Philadelphia and bevond. Through rates are given to Philadelphia and all points reached oy the Penn. Central and the Phil. & Reading R. R’s., and to all tho principal cities in the South and Southwest. No Wharfage. No Commission lor forwarding. Full imformatlon given by WALDOA. PEARCE, Agent, 124 Washington St., Boston, or J. B. COYLE ,Jr., Portland. WM. P. CLYDE, & CO., Gen’l Managers. Janll ly 12 So. Delaware Avenue Philadelphia. International steamship co. Eastport, Cnlais and St. John, Digby, Windsor and Halifax. srpRusro arkangemen t. TWO TRIPS PER WEEK! On and after Monday March 24th the Steamer New York, Capt. E. B. Winchester, and the Steam ier New Brunswick. Cant. S. H. ^"^^rike, will leave Railroad Wharf, foot ot State St., every MONDAY and THURSDAY at 6 P. M., for Eastport and St. John. Returning will leave St. John and Eastport on the same days. Connections made at Eastport for St. Andrews Robhiuston, Calais, Woodstock and Houlton ’ Connections made at St. John for Digbv Annann lis, Windson, Kentville, Halifax, N. 3., Shediac Am herst. CP“Freight received on days of sailiug until 4 ft'clork P. M marlSlslwtcA. R, STUBBS, Agent. FOR BOSTON. .rr—yTHE SUPERIOR SEA-GOING STEAMERS JOHN BROOKS auil MONTREAL, Having commodious Cabin and Si ate Room ac commodations, will run alternately, leaving ATLANTIC WHARF, Portland, DAILY, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED)* ■A.T 7 O’CLOCK P. M. Returning leave INDIA WHARF, Boston, same days at T P. M. Fare $1.50. Freight taken at low rates. W li. BILLINGS. Agent J. B. COYLE JB„ General Agent.mchliOtf Norfolk and Baltimore and Washington, I). C. Steamship Line. Steamships of this Line sail from end of Central Wharf, Boston, Semi-Weekly, for NOB FOLK and ►BALTIMORE. i _._ r Steamships “ William Lawrence” Capt. W. A. Hallett “ William Crane” Capt. Solomon Howes. “George Appold.” Capt. Winslow Loveland. “Blackstone.” Capt. Geo. H. Hallett. “ William Kennedy,” Capt, Henry D. Foster. “MeClellan,”Capt. F. M. Howes. Freight forwarded trom Norfolk to Washington Steamer Lady ot the Lake. Freight forwarded from Norfolk to Petersburg and Richmond, by river or rail; and by tbe Va. & Tcnn. Air Line to all points in Virginia, Tennessee, Ala bama and Georgia; and over tbe Seaboard ana Roa noke R. R, to all points in North and South Carolina by the Balt. & Ohio R. R. to Washington and all places West. Through rates given to South and West. Fine Passenger accommocations. Fare including Berth and Meals to Norfolk $15.00 Ime 48 hours; to Baltimore $15, time G5 hours. For further information apply to E. SAMPSON, Agent. junc2tf_Central Wharf. Boston. 13 OSTON —A2CD— PHILADELPHIA Steamship Line. Leave each port every WedVy & Sat’d’y. Wo Wharfage. From Long Wharf, Boston, 3 p.m. From Pine Street Wharf, Phila delphia, at 10 a. m. ► Insurance one half the rate of _ sailing vessels. Freight for the West by the Penn. R. R., and South by connecting lines forwarded free of Commission. PASSAGE, TEN DOLLARS. For Freight or Passage, apply to WHITNEY & SAMPSON, Agents, jn23-ly 70 Long Wharf, Horton. For Waldoboro and Damariscotta. The Steamer CHARLES HOUGHTON Alex. Fambam, Jr., Master, will •on and after 30th inst.. leave At _ rlantic Wharf every Wednesday at 6 o’clock, A. M., for Boothbay, Round Pond and Waldoboro, and every Saturday at 7 o’clock A. M., for Boothbay, Hogdon’s Mills and Damariscotta. Returning, will leave Damariscotta every Monday at 7 o’clock A. M., and Waldoboro, every Thursday at 6 o’clock A. M., connecting with the Railroads and Boats for Boston. Freight and passage cheaper than Freight received after One O clotk P. ALTday* pjovious to snjlinp. HARRIS, ATWOOD & CO., _ 145 Commercial St. Portland, April 23,1873. apr24tf Argus copy. Maine Steamship Co NEW ARRANGEMENT. SEMI-WEEKLY LINE Steamers Dlrigo and Franconia will, until further notice, run as follows: ► Leave Galt's Wharf, Portland, ' _ 'every MONDAY’ and THURS DAY, at 5 P. M., and leave Pier 38 E. R., New York, every MONDAY and THURSDAY, at 3 P. M. TheDirigo and Franconia aro tilted up with line accommodations for passengers, making this the most convenient and comfortable ronto for truvolers be tween New York and Maine. Passage in State Room $5. Meals extra. Goods forwarded to and from Montreal, Quebec Halifax, St. John, and all parts of Maine. Shippe are requested to send their freight to the Steamers ur early as 4 P. M.,on the days they leave Portland. For Freight or Passage apply lo HENRY FOX, (Salt's Wharf, Portland, J. F. AMES, Pier 38, E. R., New York. May 9-dtf Portland, Bangor and Machias Steamboat Co. Inside line 'between Portland and Rantror, Mt, Desert aad Machias. The Steamer CITY OF RICHMOND, CAPTAIN C. KILBY, Will leovo Railroad Wharf, every MONDAY. WED ------ NESDAY and FRIDAY A^rinf’ ^ o'clock, commencing Wednesday, &°r Bangor, touching at Rockland, Camden, Lin eolnviUe, Belfast, Searsport, Sandy Point, Bucksport, Wintorport and Hampdeu. Returning will leave Bangor every Monday, Wod nesday anj Friday morning at 6 o’clock, touching at the above named landing, arriving in Portland at 5 o clock P. M. The Steamer Lewiston, CAPT. CHARLES DEERING, Will leave Railroad Wharf evory THURSDAY Evening, at 10 o’clock, for Rockland, Castine, Deer Isle, Sedgwick, S. W. Harbor, (Mount Desert,! Mill bridge, JoneBport, and Machiasport. Returning will leave Machiasport every Monday morning at 5 o’clock, touching at the above named landing. For further particulars inquire of Ross & Sturdivant, 179 Commercial Street, or CYRUS STURDIVANT, Gen A«*l. Portland, April 5,1873. apr5-tf MAID LINE TO Halifax Nora Scotia, DIRECT! With connection* to Prince Edward In land and Cnpe Breton. TWO TRIPS PER WEEK. The new side wheel Steamslik) FALMOUTH, Capt. W. A. Colb£ wilHesvo Railroad wharf, Port . land .every TUESDAY, at B.30 P. ^ .. --- M., and the CARLOTT A, Capt. E. D. MollIgan, will leave Galt wharf, every SATUR DAY, at 5.30 P. M., (or on arrival of train leaving Boston at noon.) s FOB HALIFAX DIRECT Making close connections with the Nova Scotia Railway, for Windsor, Tmro, New Glasgow and Pictou, and steamers for Prince Edward Island; al so at New Glasgow, N. S., with Lindsey’s Stages for Cape Breton. tho Carlotta will leave Halifax THURSDAYS, it 9 P? M. M and the Falm0uth « BaMSf"app,y to j _mar25dtf_JOHN PORTEOUS. Agent. Union Ticket Office^ RATES LOWER THAN EVER. W e have made arrangements and can now ticket passengers to ^1 Point* Went, North-Went, Month and Mouth-West, San Francisco, Kansas City, Mt. Paul, Nevr Orleans, and all points in Florida, via all the first-class Rail-Roads—Penn. Central, Lake Shore and Michigan Southern, Baltimore and Ohio, Erie, Great Western and Michigan Central. 36 HOURS BOSTON TO CHICAGO. Pullman Car* on all Through Trains* jy Passengers who wish to travel without deten tion, and with ease and comfort, will find the above routes very desh-able. Continuous Trains, No Changes, Courteous Em ployees, Unusual Facilities for Meals at Seasonable Hours. _ Tickets to New York via Sound Lines. (State Rooms secured at thiB office), Fall River, Stonington and Norwich. All Rail Routes-Shore Line (via Provi dence), and Boeton and Albany. Tickets to Boston via Eastern, Boston and Mains, Portland and Kocn estcr, and Boston Boats. , „ _ . ... Merchants going to Boston and New York, will save the time usually experienced at the depots by purchasing their tickets at this office. Call and ex amine our time tables, maps, etc., and be convmeea that we represent all the best roads running West. ROLLINS Sc ADARI9, Agent*, mrl3-tf No. l Exchange Street, Portland, Me. MEDICAL. -•—--w—UJ the NEW YORK University Medicines. The Greatest success of the Age ! Branch Office 250 Congress Street PORTLAND. Under Congress Hall. PELEG STAPEES, Agent for tlic State ol' Maine and New Brunswick. The University Medicine has been tested by so many, and its merits so well known, that the hue and cry ot humbug has lost ail its scare. It has cured ever 5000 cases in Maine within three years, including all diseases subject to this climate. It has cured over 3000 cases that could not be reach ed with any other medicines. It has cured many patients after their physicians told them there was no cure for them. It has proved itself to bo superior to any other known medicine in tho world for the cure of all forms of chronic diseases. CATARRH (the mother of consumption,) Scrofula, salt Rheum, and many other diseases hitherto con sidered incurable, readily yield under treatment of the University Medicines. SPERMATORRHOEA, the greatest destroyer of humanity on tho fece of the G»obe. How many be wail the loss of precious vitality without having tho slightest idea of the cause, their manhood is daily vanishing and they are gliding into a state of hope less decay. Too strong language cannot be used by parents to council their children while young to guard against this horrid malady. By so doing they may save their sons and daughters from a ruined health, insanity and a premature grave. Abate this evil and there will bo no more appropriations required to enlarge our Insane Asylums. I have cured over 2000 cases of this life and soul destroying malady within three years, in the New England States and Canada. I have invariably found that the foundation of destruction was laid before the victim was old enough to know of its evils. Do not let false modesty stand in the way of treatment be fore the constitution is ruined. Persons afflicted with diseases will please call or send and get a book (free,) wherein tney will find their diseases explained, and necessary remedies. Address PELEG STAPLES, 250 Congress St., Portland. Me. Thousands of certificates can bo presented if nec essary, but if Ihs following are not sufficient to sat isfy the most sceptical, 10,000 additional ones would be useless. A few words on Rheumatism ! OR HOW I BECAME ENGAGED IN THE UNIVERSITY MEDICINES. Some eight years ago, (after iotuming ,from tho sickly climate of Southern China) I was attacked with Rheumatism, and for four years I was unable to dress myself and most of the time, my suffering was so great that I would have given all I possesed or the wealth of tho world if I had it, to be relieved from my sufferings. I tried all remedies 1 knew or could hear of but received no benefit. I had about given up in despair when I received one of the Uuiversity books. 1 thought it a humbug at first, but after a areful perusal it looked so reasonable, like a drown ing man catching to a straw, I sent for the medicine, and in one week after I commenced taking it I felt some relief. In one month I could move about with ease, and at the end of two months I was perfectly cured. I tried the medicine on several others af flicted with Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Dropsy. &c., with the same beneficial effect. After testing the medi cine to my satisfaction and finding it far superior to any oth*r medicine for all chronic diseases, I obtain ed the general agency for the State of Maine and New Brunswick, and moved to Portland some three years ago. And of the thousands of patients 1 have treated I have met with almost universal success. I do not expect to cure all. and when I see a patient that I think I cannot cure I tell them so, for above all other abominations there is none greater than to deceive and rob the sick. As there are thousands suffering with rheumatism I wish to impress the minds of such to not despair; their caso is cur able. When I can see the patient and apply the direct Medicator, 1 cau relieve the pain in a few min utes, and by taking the University Medicines. If not curea in a month there will be. great relief, and it must be a very stubborn case that I cannot cure in two months. Why I dwell so much on Rheumatism I know too well how to sympathize with those that arc its victims, and I know they can be cured. If the above statement with the following certificates is not enough to sufficiently satisfy those that are suf fering with it, God help them. Certificates of Cures. This is to certify that I had been for a long time afflicted with Rheumatism. For nine months I was under medical treatment without receiving benefit. At length I became nearly helpless, and my suffer ings intense. In this dreadful condition I sent for Dr. Staples. General Agent tor the New York Univer sity Medicines. In ten minutes after applying the Acopuncturatur I was able to dress. Ana in six days I walked from my house on South Street, to Dr. Sta ples’ office, 250 Congress Street, and 1 have been able to attend to my business ever since. L. V. WHALEN, Barber. Portland, April 16,1873. 138 Fore Streot. After suffering a year with Sciatic Rheumatism and most of the time unable to move without great pain, all tne turn* ...dorttre nest metilcai treatment 1 could find, I called on Dr. S.aples’ Agent for the University Medicines, and in four weeks I was free from the above disease, and have been well up to the present time. JAMES A. MAYBERRY, Portland. April 15 1873. Casco, Me. This is to certify that I have been afflicted with the inflammatory rheumatism for over twenty years. 1 have employed most of the best physicians in Port land, ana paid hundreds of dollars for medicine with out any permanent cure. Two years ago last March I was taken with Rheumatic fever; for five weeks I was unable to turn in bed or feed myself, my left arm and hand was reduced to nearly hair the size of my right one, and was unable to lift two pound’s weight until last July, when I saw the effect of the University Medicines on the daughter of Capt. Wm. Thorndike. I called on Dr. Staples and stated my case. He said he could cure it. I commenced taking the medicine with the acupnncturation. Before! had taken four bottles I considered myself more free from pain than I have been for twenty years up to this time. I have not had a relapse. 1 consider it to be the only sure medicine for the above complaint. WILLIAM. J. SMITH, late firm of Pearson & Smith. I have been troubled, more or less, for five years, with inflammatory rheumatism. For the last six months I have suffered beyond description. My limbs were badly swollen and inflamed; it was with great pain and difficulty that I could move. My case was well known by thousands of citizens iu Portland. I am to-day a well man, and I was cured by the University Medicine, and Acapuncturation. CAPT. W. S. PENNELL, 18 Grey St. This may certify that I had been suffering with tho “Rheumatism” for five months, and at that time it seized ray right hip and leg, down to the foot. This tho physicians called “Sciatic.” I tried many kinds of highly recommended medicines which! took for the blood. Still I got no relief for seven months more, all the time doing my best, with as good advisers as we have in our city. Finally, I called at the New York University Branch, and tho proprietor said he could help help me. So I com menced on his medicine, and iii four weeks I thought I felt relief, and in eight weeks I was able to leavt my cane at home and have been well up to this ti me three months have passed. DAVIT) KEAZER.e, Portland, Aug. 2,1870. I have been affleted for twenty years with Chronic Rheumatism. I have spent hundreds of dollars for medical treatment without benefit. Ten days ago. I commenced taking the University Medicines and I con truly say it has been more benefit to me than all other treatment I ever received. My place of business is 137 Pearl street. 1 shall be pleased to an swer all enquiries. JOHN TURNER. I had the Catarrh so bad for several years that my hand became confused and painful. I was obliged to fet up soveral times a night to keep from choking. employed some of the best Physicians without benifit. I was perfectfy cured with the University Medicines in three weeks. A. M. MORGAN, 119 Congress St.. Contractor on Che Portland & Ogdcnsburg It. R February. 18, 1870. Since giving the above certificate I have been per fectly free from Catarrh though I have been contin ually exposed to wet and cold. Oct. 15, 1871. A. M. MORGAN. For twenty-live years I have suffered with Scrofu la and Salt Rheum, (or Tetter.) Have paid out hun dreds of dollars, and been treated by several first class physicians without benefit. Some fonr weeks ago, I commenced using tho University Medicines. At the time my forehead and head were covered with sores and scaliness of the skin; also mv tongue was covered with small ulcers. I am to-^ay free from all the above troubles, and can heartily recommend these medicines to tho affiictdd. S. C. MUNSEY, 27 Chestnut Streot. Portland, January 24, 1870. I have been troubled with Scrofula all my lifetime, and Neuralgia in the head seven years and have con sulted good physicians from Maine to New York without any benefit whatever. I have taken six bottles of tne Cancer Plant and one and one-half of the Neuralgia Elixir, and a little of some other kinds and I now reel better than I ever was before in my life. I cannot say with Mr. Munsey, that I feel twenty years younger, being only twenty-eight, but can say I never felt so young to my knowledge in my lifo. I think the worth of the Medicine cannot be esti mated in words or money. MRS. A. O. W. FOSTER, Wilton, Me. Some three months ago I was persuaded hy my wife to take the University Medicines. My health and mind were so badly affected that " .“tos,lA,ajSMa-s ss :i“ HotWFwi fhfl skill of our best physicians; some of whom* proiwuncedthe case incurable. Under treat ment of the University Medicines her health has greatly Improved. Any one doubting will please Portland, Aug. 5,1871. Some two years ago my daughter, seven years old, had a severe attack of rheumatic and pleurisy fever, which left her In a very dangerous condition. Her liver Inactive, no appetite to eat, general debility and sinking daily. Wo employed good physicians with out benefit. After having nearly despaired of her recovery wo decided to try the New York University Medicine. In two months she was able to go to school, and has not been compelled to lose a day since on account of ill health. CAPT. J. H. THORNDIKE, _ . 18 St. Lawrence Street. Portland, June 25th, 1872. The best and cheapest Fertilizer In the Market. MAXrFACTURED BY THEAT, STAPLES Oc CO., 1S FOR SALE BY KENDALL & WHITNEr, Old City Hall, AND DEALERS IN FERTILIZERS GENERALLY. Send to 250 Congress St., Portland and get a Pam phlet. apr21-TAFAw»ow3m. Has been before the American public OVER THIRTY years. It has never vet failed to give perfect satisfaction, and has justly been styled the panacea-for all ex ternal Wounds, Cuts, Burns, Swellings, Sprains, Bruises, &c., &c., for Man and Beast. No family should bo a single day without this Liniment. Ti e money re funded unless the Liniment is S3 icju-e mTe end get the genuine MEXICAN ML-STANQ LINIMENT. Sold by all Druggists and Country Stores, at 25c , 60c. and $1.00 per Bottle. Notto style, size of bottle, H.AGAN’S Magnolia Balm A FEW APPLICATIONS MASK A Pure Blooming Complexion. It i3 Purely Vegetable, and its operation is seen and felt at once. It does away with tlie Flushed Appearance caused by Heat, Fatigue, and Excite ment. Heals audremoveoallBlotchtean Pimpleo, dispelling dark and unsightly spots. Drives away Tan, Freckles, and Sunburn, and by its gentle but powerful influence, mantles the faded cheek with YOUTHFUL BLOOM AKD BEAUTY. Sold by all Druggists and Fancy Store3. Depot, 63 Park Place. New .York. ap28_ eo<l2wtcly LADIES, Madam Healy s Uterine Tonic Pill are now ready for the general public. The many who have tried them will need no other notice. They are an invaluabie remedy for. All Uterine Diseases. They cure PROLAPSUS UTERI, give tone to the muscles, and lift the organ into its proper position, and keep it there. They speedily cure Leucorhcea, Dvsraeunrrhcea and Menorrhagia. They are a spe cific tor Stansury, a diuretic in Gravel. They pro mote sleep, allay nervous excitabilitv. Remove ster ility, and all female weaknesses. They are purely vegetable, pleasant to the taste, free from opiates and all injurious properties. Madam Healv’s Pamphlet for Women is interesting and valuable. Sent free upon receipt of stamp for return postage, or can be found at Weebs& Potter’s, 176 Tremont St., BOSTON". MADAM HEALY’S LOTION, for ulceration and inflammation accompanies each box ot Pills. Price of Pills and Lotion, $1.25 per box, or $6.00 a half dozen. Address all business let tors to Madam Healy, Box 337, Station A, Boston. For sale by WEEKS & POTTER, Boston, and all Druggists. ap4dly CAN BE CUBED. DR. GRATES’ Heart Regulator WILL OUBa ANY CASE OF HEART DISEASE, Although given up by the best Physicians. We do not hesitate to sav it will cure the following symptoms, though most of them have been declared incurable: Palpitation, Enlargement, Spasms, Ossification or Bony Formation of the Heart, Rheumatism, General Debility, IFafer about the Heart, Sinking ot the Spirits, Pains in the Side or Chest, Dizziness, Sluggish Circulation qf the blood, and Momentary Stoppage qfthe Action of the Heart. Our agent, on application, will furnish you wit our circnlar, giving full description of the disease, and also a number ot testimonials of cures; and It Sou would like further proof from the parties who avo given the testimonials, write them and see what they say. We have sold many thousand bottles of the Heart Regulator, and the demand is still increasing. We are confident we are doing the public a benefit, and not trying to impose on them a worthless prepara tion. The price of i Heart Regulator is One Dol lar per Bottle, ,.d can be obtained of any druggis in Portland. J. W. PERKINS A CO. WHOLESALE AGENTS, SO Commercial Street Portland* Janl3 deod&wly-w3 ^ SEELEY'S j Hard EuliDer ^THUSSES ABDOMINAL SI PPOBTFRS AND PILE PIPES. Relief, Comfort and cure for Rupture, Fe iiale Weaknesses and Piles, unlike all other ap pliances known, will never rust, limber, break, chare, soil, nor move from place,—indestructible The tin9 steel spring being coated with hard rubber, light cool, cleanly, used in bathing, fitted to form, universally recommended by all surgeons os the best mechanical snpports known.—Send for pamphlet.—Establish ments 1347 Chestnut St., Philadelphia and 737 Broad way, New York. Complete assortment for sale, with careful adjustment, by F. Sweetser, L. C. Gilson, W. W. Whipple & Co., and Tlios. G. Loring, Portland. Beware of imitations. myld3m Extract of Buts and H?rbs which almost invari ably cure the following complaints:— Dyspepsia* Heart Burn. Liver Complaints, and Loss of Appetite cured by taking a lew bottles. Eaaeituile, Low Spirits, and Sinking Sennation cured at once. Eruption*, Pimples, Blotches and ail impnrties oi tho blood, bursting through the skin or otherwise, cured readily by following the directions on the bottle For Kidney, Bladder and Urinary derange ments it has no equal; one bottle will convince the most sceptical* Worms, expelled from the system without the least difficulty; a few bottles aro sufficient for the most obstinate case. Files: one bottle has cured tho most difficult case when all other remedies failed. Nervous Difllenlties, Neuralgia, Headache, Ac., eased immediately. Rheumatism. Swelled Joints, and all Scrofular Afflictions removed or greatly relieved by this inval uable medicine. Bronchitis,Catarrh, Convulsions, and Hysterics cured or much relieved. Difficult Breathing, Pain in the Lungs, Side and Chest almost invariably cured by taking a few bottles of the Quaker Bitters. Female Difficulties, go prevalent among American ladies, yield readily to this invaluable med icine, tho Quaker Bitters. Billions, Remittant and Intermittant Fevers, go prevalent in many pa:ts of our country, completely eradicated by the use of the Quaker Bitters The Aged find in tho Quaker Bitters just tl: article they letand in need of in tlirir declining years. It quickens the blood and cheers the mind, and paves tho passage down the plane inclined. No One can remain long unwell (unless afflietc with an Incurable disease,) after taking a few bottle of the Quaker Bitters. Mold by nil Druggists and Dealers la Medicines. PREPARED BY DR. II. S. FLINT As CO. At tAeir Great Medical Depot 193 and 197 Broad tint, Providence, R. I. SOLD AT WHOLESALE BY V. F. Phillips A Co. A J. W. Perkins A Co mlU7 POBTLAND. eod&Wl4wl2 DB. R. J. JOIKUAIA, PROPRIETOR OF TI1E Parisian Gallery or Anatomy, Boston HA3 just published a new edition of bln lecluit containing most valuable information on the causes, consequences and treatment or disease c 1 the reproductive system, with remarks on marriage, nml the vaiious causes of the loss of manhood, with full instructions for its complete restoration; also a chip ter on venereal infection, and the means of cure, be ing the most comprehensive tcork on the subject evt: yet pnolishcd. comprising 150 pages. Mailed tree to any address for 25 cents. A idr.»»*•, Dr. JcunlaiH's Consulting Office. 01 Hatacarb Kurd, Bo.ton, JI»». jnnlSdlvr THE GREAT REMEDY FOR CONSUMPTION which can be cured by a timely resort to this stand ard preparation, as has been proved by the hundreds of testimonials received by the proprietors. It is acknowl edged by many prominent physicians to be the most reliable preparation ever in troduced for the relief and cure of all Lung complaints, and is offered to the public, sanctioned by the experience of over forty years. "When resorted to in season it sel dom fails to effect a speedy cure in the most severe cases of Coughs, Bronchitis, Croup, "Whooping Cough, Influenza, Asthma, Colds, Sore Throat, Pains or Sore ness in the Chest and Side, Liver Complaint, Bleeding at the Lungs, &c. "Wistar’s Balsam docs not dry up a Cough, and leave the cause behind, as is the case with most preparations, hut it loosens and cleanses the lungs, and allays irritation, thus removing the cause of the complaint. PREPARED BY CETH W. TOWLE & SONS, Boston, Mp-sa., And sold by Druggists and Dealers generally. I nov23 deod&weowly L D ;.o ^UJoodhu^ (i %<}4he*S BITTERS, TRADE MARK. Which has «tood the test lor more than 50 yearn is acknowledged the most reliable Medicine for tho re lief of JAUNDICE, NERVOUS COMPLAINTS, WEAK NESS OF THE STOMACH AND BOWELS, LOSS OF APPETITE, COUGHS, COLDS, HEART BURN, BILIOUS ATTACKS, COLIC, CRAMP IN THE STOMACH. DIZZINESS AND DULLNESS OF THE HEAD. LIV ER COMPLAINTS. PILES, PIMPLES, BOILS. SOUR STOMACH. CONSTI TUTIONAL WEAKNESS. HEAD ACHE, LOWNESS OF SPIRITS, COSTIVENESS.INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA, and all complaint* arising trom an impure state o the Blood, or the deranged condition of the Stomach Liver, Bowels or Kidneys. This Preparation is purely Vegetable, containing Extracts in a highly concentrated form of Roots, Herbs and Barks—among which are Sarsaparilla, Yellow Dock. Dandelion, Gentian, Wild Cherry, Or ange, Maudrake, Anise, Juniper Denies, Ac.-mak ing a fine Tonic, alterative and Laxative Medicine, which never fails to give tone and strength to the sys tem debilitated by disease. AS A BL(K)D PURIFI ER, GOODHUE’S BITTERS HAVE NO EQUAL. FLINT & GOLDTHWAIT, Proprietors, No. 21 St. Peter Street, Salem, Mass. Sold by all Dealers in Medicines generally. mari7 deod&wl4w-12 GOUT and RHEUMATISM. THE excruciating pain of Gout and Rheumatism, relieved in two hours, and cured in a ftw days, by the celebrated Englisn Medicine, Blair’s Gont and Rheumatic Pills. They require neither attention or confinement ot any kind and are certain to prevent the disease at tacking any vital parts. PREPARED BY PROUT & HARSANT I.ONDON. ENGLAND, and sold by all Drnggists, r nov20 ____ eodlyr WHITE, CLEAN, SOUND TEETH 1 ALL MAY HAVE BY USING DAILY THURSTON’S Ivory Pearl Tooth Powder no20 Price, 25 and 50 Cents per bottle, eodlyr Beantifnl, Soft, Glossy Hair ALL DESIRE IT, ALL MA V HAVE IT by constant use ,f THOMPSON’SPOMA E OPTIME no20 Price, 25 and 50 Cents p i Bottle, eodlyi LIGHT COLORED KID GLOVES are very stylish when not soiled. JOUVEN’S INODOROUS Kid Glove Cleaner will renovate them thoroughly. Price 25 cents pet bottle. All sold by Druggists and Fancy Dealers. F. C. WELLS & CO., New York, Wholesale A trouts. nnCO eodlyr Janl 731» JOB FBI office. ELIAS HO ft L * Sewing Machines andbuttkkicks Patterns of (larmcnts PL M?-I 2~i WTLPEE 173 Mlddi® St.. Up Stalra. iNTIN® neatly executed at th

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