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e-1 to l>e I lio work of an incendiary.—Portland .UnrtiMr. SPECIAL, NOTICES. Catarrh! Catarrh! Catarrh! Catarrh; What u it ? I low cured* Thousands of persona suffer all sorts of an noyance front Catarrh. Most pea>ple know what ita inconvenience and results are, yet but few know how it can be cured. Ft is simply a chnmic irritation, and often enlargement of folliclea and consequent thickening of the mucous membrane, lining the nasal cavities, frontal sinuses, and sometimes extending into the throat and lungs. From this result tight ness and often vertigo of the head, obstructed nose, or » profu* flow of mucus, lost of smell, nasal voice, and often impaired hearing and taste. The old-school remedies have never been able to do anything for it. Nasal injections an I inhalations are as 'painful and expensive as they are generally worthless. Yet Humphrey's TiiUrrh Specific, a simple Sugar Pill, taken two or three times jier day, promptly cures the milder cases; cures at once all colds in the head, and radically cures, by persevering use, the most obstinate cases, as is proved by the experience of hundreds. Price, with full directions. Fifty Crsl* per (lax. N. n — A Hill set of llmpHasrs' Homeopathic Hrtririrs, with Hook of Oireetloos, and twenty dif ferent Ilcruedle*, in large vials, morweeo o»w, $»\ ditto. In plain esse, ft, raw of Hiteen Unes, and Hook. |J. Single boxes, i'> cents and jOcents. These Rrnvdles. ttjr the single box or caie, are i sra« h« una11 or expreaa, ftn of ehargo, to any ad dress, on receipt of the price. Address, !)•. K. lll'MPllREYS A Co No. :>CJ Uroidway, New York. Hold by A. Hawyer. Hiddefbrd. <wii ao tears: Dr. S. 0. RirhariUon's Sherry Winr Hitlrn On* «uecede«l for the period of half a century in maintaining Its »uyremaey over all other Medi cines- It give* Immediate tone and action to the Stomach awl Howe is, and imj>arts to the patient cheerful and happy anticipation*, which are never attendant upon an inactive state of the Important function* of the body. The alterative and purifying action of our Med. leine upon the Stomach and llow.-K i« tin- nn an* of curing mane IkMMMidl*«a*es, which other nit-dl clues have foiled to reach j—in proof of which we hav frequent testimonial* from all pait* rf the •ouiitry, of our Hitters havlngcured dta-aw* whU h have la-en abandoned by attending physicians i— among whieh arc enumerated t>r«r*k Kktvma ti»ni, hur iimU Jgnr. Holt Hhmm, \t. I'oiiMtmp tion in Its early stages lias often been averted by their use. Il« unprecedented suecens, however. Is haseu upon it* certain ami Immediate rure of Hi/, law) CoJhhhJic*. Cm titm'li, t.ittr (nmplainl, and all dlsevaee of the Stoma, h and Bowels, for which It Iseoncedcd that l>r. RICH A It IRWIN'S BlTTKfUt have no rjval. for *ale by Oruggi»t« everywhere, and at theltuetor's Office, 51 Hanover Street, Hoeton. -tin 11 coxsrinm briwmitis, axtihh, Catarrh, and nil Chronic IHsease* of the Throat and Lurms, suc«se«»ftilly treated by Mkdicatkd Imiialatiox, and other Remedies by O. MORSE, IVT. X> . , Phyaielan for Disease* of th« Lung*, , lftfl <'otisre<»«i Street, Portland, .Mr. I>r. Mora* will l»e at the lllililrltirtl ll<>u.«e, DIdde* Friday. March Itiaud 30; Friday, April 13 aud J7. W £_ SI'iei.YO BETTERS. The beat remedy ft>r Iom of ■petite, dv»pcu*'.a. liver Cool plaint. headache. Irregularities of the bow. t«N, liHlii;c»tionand t^-neraldebility, Is tho Vefcta. Me Strengthening Hitter*. Price .Tleent*.4iw.ttlen0»r #!.<*). K«r sale l»y J, Sawyer, Druggist, lliddeford Uou.«c block. X. II. At the name place l.nn^lp) 's Wild Cherry, l»r. Atwood's, Kennedy's, German, Utwell'*, and lloiU'ttcr** bitter*. 11 if A CARD To TBI LA1M1*. DR. J. I»l PO\rO S G0LDE.1 PILLS FOR FEMALKS. lnf)illli>le In correcting Irregularities and roinor -t ruction* from whatever cause and always »ii<'.-*»«rul u» a preventive. The alxtt* named Qoun PlLUi have been u*ed In the Priiato Practice of l>r. DSKXCO l"i IM Tmntr Ykaim with unparalleled Scivrs* In al «>o»t cverv ea*e, and It l< onlv at the rmw»t sollo> i tat Ion of THOUSANDS of LADIES who have weimftilly need them, that he l< induced to make them Public, kl A|>|*ointingAxent* and advert sin* theui In order that ALL who mav l>c suffcrln* from the alM.te complaint* may Hod In the alxjve Pill* a I'mmlir» KWirf and a MWHMtl Cure. ( «l«i ntly, he has anaalnted an a;til In every city and town lu the I uioo, where these Pills tuay bo obtained Price $1 per Box Sgld t.y l»r. i: «.8TFVRN8,(l>nixtUt)Liberty St. UtHtrnl Jj'nl /•» IlilUrfurJ ami 4«/». Ladle*! ti> fi-mlln * him through the Rid Jr/o'J I'—t can have the Pills seut them (coiilbb iitiallO by mall. These Pills ar* eiNntir. /.//. /, don't t ■ li limn unles«\ou »<>e tlie Jii^na turc ol N 1). Ilowe ou every box—all others are uusafe. »»ailo >1 e». WIbsI*w« aa eiKrtrnef<l nam inil fe male physician, has a SH>thiiu Syrup Ibr children ! tevthillK which greatly facilitates the process ol teetbMK b> »< ftcnlni the jtuuis and reduclagaM in- j ttaaiatinu—will alla» all palnand Is Mire to reflate the t owels, lftspeud u|k>h it, mothers. It will Rive1 rest to vours*'Ives, and relief and health to \ our In fauts. Perfectly sure in all easea. See advertise uieut in another coluiuu. lyrJI Ilrltshton Mnrlcot—March M. At uuirkcl, I.1U Deevea, 90 Store*, £«u Sheep VWSwItHJ. I'llu kv-IW*f Cattle— Extra. t*ni); dr»t quality, |7 00 a |0 UO i aveo*!, |i. Ut * |.> i*i j thlnl. $ j .»»* |b ui. Working Oxen—$v.,9(\ inra lift. SIHrli Cow*—jay « !•»; oominoD, |I7 a li. Vtal Calre.—$ji«. #400, $iwu Yearling*— IW. two jriri uUI 117 a 00, three year* old ||i a J7. Utile* Co at t |H.-r lb. Calf Sklua—10 a 110 per lb. Sheep ami UnjK*—a) a 3 00 extra |J r.*< I i»i, a r IVItii—(I IS a si 7*. each. Swine—stores, wholesale, e Spring ll^a, *4 a Ce. retail 0 a 7e. lloMtoii Mnrkel—Man'h lit. Plook.—Sale* of common hranda Weatern, at ^ >i J7 } I*ne> brawl* at f'«37| a !■'. , ex tra* | • 7.1 a ii>. and »uperli<r at pi Ji a #«im |n r Ithl. St cithern I* quiet at f>?Jft>r Ifcaey; $6 V!j a 6 .'ill for extra*; atul f 7 00 |1IM for superior. Coax.—Yellow, Ottf a 0 37« per l>u*h i white|«i<la Ik. Om—Northern an.l Canada II a I'o per bu»b ltr»: —f*» a W.' per l>u»h. Il.tr,—uutern fuu ailtancol to |tx)a^> per toa. MARRIAGES. In Itildefonl March the l.'th, by l>snie! Huff Kimj.. Mr. Ilufna C. W«I*i\ ol Yarmouth, ami Miaa Caroline It. Rlchanl.«on of UiiMeford. jn M.tw, Min'li I'i, by llc«, Cbu, ii. Kii-f, 0fo. P. Carter of IJcrlin Illinois, ami Einily Tarsutia of Farmington Me. In Svo, March 8th, by Rev. J. Kcelev, Mr. Char fa* H, dodgon, of Roxbury, Mi«i, nu I M . - M ir> \ M.«i>.\ of thin town. Uy the *i»iim\ March ISth, Mr. William A. Moaea, ami Miaa £huah 11 PilUbury, both if Portland, Me. March lit, by Rev. Mr. Watcrhous® Mr. IlirttiiW. Kiuerv, ol Lockwood, Ind. to Mia^^rahK. lUrtlett, .UughWr of Mr. Na toau Bartlett, of E. deaths. In thi. city II in* J«U» A. Wwton. aced 14 lean* and 9 month*. Mary Ana. a...,*.— of John Ncary, *jft>l JO )»*r« 3 luontKa. In Saco March 13 Inst. Abbie, wif« 0f Rufu. May berry, a«ed ill year*. In Krmifboiik. Feb. 11, Mr. William S. Watcrbouse, aged 37 year*. March 1st, Rath, widow of the Ute Silicon Goodwin, nicnl M years. March 5th, Patty, widow of the Ute | Samuel Shack ley, i£*d Nl yean. In Kennebanaport, 4th inst., Lucretia W. Hill, wife of Mr. William J. Patten, aged 22 year*. In Portland, M»r. 8, Col, George Wm. Boyd, azed '-0. lie waa a native of Portsmouth, and graduated alBosdoin College in the class of 1810. In Limerick, Feb 34, Mrs. Betsey S. Barker, widow of Fir* Barker, ared 33 year*. In Waterboro 3d Inst, John, only son of Mr. and Mr*. Nathaniel Oile, aged 'i years, 11 months. la Sanlord, March 8, John Littlcficld, with Small Pox, aged 61 yea-ts. E. F. PILSBUBY, DMUIl 13 CROCKERY, GLASS, chivy, v\i> STONE WARE. —ALSO,— WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER AXD PLATE!) WAKE CLOCKS, Watches & Jewelry, REPAIRED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. TRY ME. Corner of Liberty and H'athington Strerh. Store formerly occupied by M. Smith, UIDDEFOKD, ME. March 10, I8C0. tHJ JVgal Jfotircs. At a Court of Prolate held at Kennebunk, with In KU'llbr tlu*-c«'unty of York, on the Brst Tucs il»y In March, lit the yi.ir of our Lord eighteen hundred ami sixty, by the liou. L. I.. IJoumo, Judge of Mid Court i |)KISCILLA 8. KLDRl•HJR, widow of /> f.Y 1 / KLDRIQE, late of Weill, In Mid eonuty. ill ocased, having presented hrr iivtltlon lor I cr dow. cr i i .i d i 'lit.- in •••■ Mi I.. • : lit ■ I Ml i.. her, and that e«Hiiin'."stoner* may be appoiutcd for that purpose |NnUHl to law. Also hrr petition for an allowance out of the per s-.ua 1 estate of the -aid dixaieil, Ortitrtd, That the said petitioner aivu notice to all persons Interested, by causim; a copy of this order to bo published iu the Union * Journal. printed InBlddelbrd, 'n »ti<l county, three week* successively. that thev may appear at a Probate Court to l>«< held at Alfred, in said county, on the flrst Tuesday In April, nest, at ten of the clock in the fbreuoon. and shew cause if any thoy huvo, why the sauie should uotW allowed. IJ Attest,* Francis ltacon, Hejrlnter. A true copy. Attest, Fraud* Uucon, lle^ister. At a Court of Probate held at KeuncbnnV, within and for the county of York, on the llrst Tuesday lu March, In the v ear of our Lord el^bte«n hun dred and sixty, by tho liouorablo K. K. llouruc. J ml ge ot Mid Court i OAMl'KL K. CIIA8B,administrator ofthe e«tato O of 8.1 !UL Ki. rf/JJt'. lateol 8neo, in said eounty. deceased, harhif presented his Hot account of adm'nistratioa of the estate of said deceased, for allowance i OrrfrrrW,That the Mid accountant give notice to all person." Interested, b> causing a copy of this order to >>e published ihice weeks successively in tho Vninn ir Journal, printed at lliddofbrd in Mldcounty.th.it the\ may appear at a Probate Court to l><- held at l)i«ldetord In vtid county, on tho flrst Tuesday in May next, at ted of the clock In tho forenoon, aud shew fauso If any they have, why the Mine should not he allowed. 14 Attest, .. Kranels Haeon,Ilagimr. A true copy. Attest, I rauclj l-'acou, Register. At a Court of Probate held at Kcnnchuuk, within and fbr the county of York, on the (Irsl Tue«day in March. In the year of our Lord eighteen hun tlrwl and sixty. by the llou. E. K. llounic, Jud^a of raid Court: If I lltAM DAVIS administratrix of the estate of '1 /.or l> II l\ l.ito of Ituxtoii, in suid county, ■Itccased, having prevented heraocuunt of admin istration of the estate of -aid deceased, for allow* UNl Ortfererf, That the »r*ld accountant sl»e notice to all |H-nH>u* Interested, hv causing a cony of this onler to t«e published in the I'nioH ir Journal, printed in IHdiUTord In Mid county, fbr three week* successively that they may appear at a Probate Court to !•« held at Alfred, in raid county, on the first Tuesday in Ai.iil next, at t«-:« of the clock In the forenoon, and shew mum, if uny they haw, why the same should m l lie allowed. 11 Attest, hrancl< I'acon, Register. A true copy. Attest, trancls Uacou, Register. At a Court of Probate held at Kennebnnk. within and tor the county of Vork, on the first Tuesday In March, In the) ear « f our Lord eighteen hun dred and sixty, by the lion. L. & llourne. Judge of Mid Court: rplMtlTIIV !>AMK.iiam*d executor In a certain I Instrument,puri the last will and t -stain-nt ol IflLUAM «. IllCh VO.V, lat.i.r Kliot, in Mid countv, deceased, having presented the «aiuc for probate: Ordered, That the said Hxccuter sire nolle* to all person* Interested, l>y ctiu«Sng a copy of this order to be published three week* successive ly In UN ifion 4 Journal, printed at Mdde(bnl In niily. that they may a|i|ie:»r at a I' it Court t'< be held at Alfred, in said county, on the first Tuesday lu April rcxt^nt ten or the clock In the forenoon, and shew can so If any they have, whv the said instrument shi uld not be proved approved,and allowed as the last will aud testa ment cT the said deceased. I'J Attest, Franc's Hacon, Tighter A tmc oopy, Attest, Francis lUcou. Register. At a Court of Prutato held at Kenuobunk. within and for the C' uuty of York, ou Hie flr«t Tuesday In March, lu the > ear of our Lord eighteen hun dred and sixty, by the lloaontble li. 12. Uourue, Judge ol said Court: I VTllKR MAX BoRX. administrator of the estate II oT /.I l>l I 11. /'. I«t•• of «:i' !'l. in -aid county, dwt-uM'd, havluz |>resent< d Ills account of adiainistrilivu of tho otalu of said deceusvd, for allowance: That the Mid aeoountaut glee notlee to all iM-rsuna InlrnilMt, by causing a copy of this oriler to published In thel/NiftM ir Journul, print ed hi lllddeibnt, In »aiil county, three »fk> suc eeMlrely, that they MIJIMWltl I'nbjte Court to U< held at Allied, in said county, on the tlret Tuc«day in April m il, at ten of the clock ill the forenoon, ami shew e;s*i«e If any they have, why the *i*in*• wime should not he tllownl. VI Attest, Francis liacou, Register. A true copy. Attest, Kiancis liacou, lU^itur. At Court of Probate held at Kcnr.cbunk. within and i' • \ • -i k. on ili«- lii -t Tucvliii in March, lu the \<aryf our Lord eighteen hundred an<l slxte l>v the Honorable I'.. 1*. Uournc,Judge of Mid i'»urt i IAMK.S M. TlINUKTtt administrator of the estate • I or//.i.vvi// II SVtTU%lit* or Kllot, in Mid county dccea«i-d,harlng presented hl.< Hr»t account j uf administration ol (ho estate of Mid deceased, alto h - i>rnate account ap»iu»t Mid estate, for allow ance Ortlrrtil, That the Mid accountant give notice to all persons Interested, by cau«iu.: ue. p\ .rtlils or iJer t»l»e published three weeks successively In the I Mm ir Joummt, printed at BUMild In Mid count), that they may appear at a Ptol ate Court Is b* mm ft I ffklatlbra ti Mid eoanljr, on Um iii -t Tuesday In May next,at ten of the clock in the Ibre noon, and shew cati«e. If any they have, why the Mini' should not be allowed. Kl Att.-t, Francl* I'acon RegMer. A true copy, Attest, Frauds Uacoa Register. At a ('• nrt of Probate,holden at licnnchur.k within ami for the county o| Vork. on t!io Brst Tio lay of March, in they ear of our Unl eighteen hun dred ami sixtv. by the llonotable K K. ISourue, J mitt of raid Court: ON the petition ofOLIVK W&NTWUKTIL ad inlni«trntrix of the estate of MARK W'£,YT H'OHTII, late of Berwick, in said M«nt\. ■ ■ < i mm ntinir that ibtytn wMMmtii I4mms> id Is not sutlicleut to pair the juat debt* which he owed at the time of hN ifcath by the sum of twenty Are hundred dollars,and pray hit; for a license to sell and convey the whole of the rval estate of Mid deeMMd. at public auction or private mIo because by a partial sale the residue would be greatly in* Jiired i AI«oou her petition, a-s widow of the said deceased, (or au allowance out of his personal es tate. (Mrrr< That the petitioner Rite notice thereof to life train of mUI deceased ami to all persona Id. terested In Mid estate, by causing aetpy of this or der to be published In the (/rim 4r JuMrnal, printed In /tiddelbrd. in said county, three weeks success Ively, that thev may ap|>ear at a Probato Court to bs holden at Aifrwd, In Mid county.on the BrstTuee* day in Aptil next, at ten of the clock lu the fore noon, ami shew cause If anr they have why the uraveruf Mid petHioaa should not be itranled. 19 .Sliest, Franets liacou Register. A ti ue Copy, Attest, brands llacon Register. Vt a l\>urt of Prohato •» Kennebunk.wllhln i£rfl£"h?U*ntyof York. on the Ir.t tueeday of Marvh.ln the year ofourLortl ilrwl an<I »l»ty,by the Hon- t- No*4™®. of Mi<l I'vurti (\S the petition of CLARA * BENSON. ad»l£ VI Utrftlrii Ue bonl* noo of the J' -Y.f? *. hi: vso.V late of Pam>o*fleW, In Kid «lee*a»e«l. rej.re^otlnrthat the personal Mteto or "•WtitwtKxl l« unt Miflk'lvnt to |<ay the juJl deM* which h« nwn| at the time of hi* «loath by the »um *"Wn ba»«lre«t dollar*. and pnjflB( ft»r a ! tu Mil unl rouvry to much of Ui<- real e*t»te of *al«l "•fyV?' M "•y *"• iM*c»**ry Ibr the lament of j ml*l debt* awl Incidental charge* i Or4trt4. That the petitioner ilri notice thereof to the heir* of wld ilttmo) aud tu all |>vr*oni In tereetci In *ald eetate, by ciuilni a eopv of thl* hl.ff J . . » lh® ttMe« mnd J*unuU. ptlnUJ In Blddefonl, la iaM county. three week* •nceeetlrely, that they war appear at a l*r®bate CV»rt to holden at Alfred, I* wk) county, on the tret Tue*«Uy In April next, at ten of the oloek In the forenoon. and *hew eaa*e. If any Uiey hare, why the prayer of «aW pelltloa *houM not i<« pMt«l. U Jttori, Kraael* lUo .n, H*«4*ter. A true oopy, Attest, Kxmact* ilaeon, Reglitor. I At a Court of Prot>*te held at Ktnnebunk. with In Biwl for the county uf York, on the flnt Tuos. day In March, In tbo j ur of our Lord eighteen hundred and sixty, by th* Hon. K. E. Uourne, Judj,oof aald Court: MAtiNKSS J. KM IT 11, namrd Executor In a cer tain instrument. purporting to be the la.-t nil) ami testament c,r AOJ// HILL, late of Davton, In ralil county, deceased, having prosentcd the same for proliate i OrJtrr l, That the Mid executor give notice to all persons Interested, hy causing a copy of this onler to be published In the Union 4r Journal, printed at UlddofOrd, In aald county, three weeks ..uri-v -iw lv.tli.it thev may appear at a Probate Court to lie held at Alfred, In aald county, on the first Tuesday In April next, at ten of the clock In the forvuoon. and shew cause If any they have, why Ihe raid Instrument should not be proved, ap proved and allowed as the last will and testamcut if the said deceased. 12 Attest, Francis Huron, Resistor. A true oopy.Attest. Francis lJaooii, Register. At a Court ofProhate held at Kennebunk, within and for the county of York, ou tlio llrst Tuesday in March, in the year of our Lord eighteen hun dred and sixty, by tho lion. E. E. bourne. Judge or said Court ■ nX the |ietltlon of PRUDENCE I1URD, adminis tratrix or the catate or JITDREir HUM), late of Kanfbrd, In said county, deceased, representing that the personal estate or said deceased Is not suf ficient to itay the just debt! which he owed at the time or Ills death, by the sum or twelve hundred > dollars, and praying Tor a license to sell and convey 10 much «r the real estata or said deceased m m.iy | ! <• nccessary ft)r the paymeat or said debts uud iu eidcntal charges OrJtrrd, That the petitioner give notice there < f to the heirs or said dacaased and to all per sons Interested by causing a copy or this order to be published in the (/dim *r Journal, printed In Hiddeftird in said county, three weeks success ively, that they may ap|x<ar at a Probate Court to tu held al Alfred, lu said county, on the first I Tuesday In /Iprll next, at ten or the clock in I tbe fort-noon, uud shew cause if any they have, | why the prayer uf said petition should not be I grautcd. IJ Attest, Francis Uacon, Register A true copy. Attest, Francis ltaoou. Register. At a (Jfcurt or Probate held at Kennebunk. within und Iuf the county or York, on the Qrst Tuesday In Match, In the year or our Lord eighteen bun tired and sixty, by the llonorable 12. E. Uournu, Judge orsaid Court i ON the petition or CHARGES PERRY, guardian t.r h KLUKHICK £. II l WO.V and CLARA */.. IIJ.\sOM, minors and children or Ansel W. llan sou. lata or lluxton. in said county, deceased, pray iut; for license to sell and oonvey. at public auction all the rl^bt. title and Interest of his saitl wards in ainl to certain real estate, situated in lllddeford, in said county,and tbe proceeds thereof to put to in terest. the raid real estate being more fully descrlb ed In said petition. Or.trrtd, That the petitioner give notice thereof toali persons Interested In said estate, by causing a copy of this order to bo publishc tlirco weeks successively In the Union if Journal.\ printed- nt linlili Turd, In said county, that they may appear ut it Probate Court to tie held at Airred, In said county, on the flrst Tuesday In April next, at ten of the clock In the forenoon, and shew cnuso ir any they bure. why the prayer of said petition should not be granted. . 12 Attest, Francis nacon, Register. A true copy, Attest, Francis llacon. Resistor. At a Court of Probata hold at Kennehunk, within and for the county of York, on the first Tue*l»jr In Yareh, in tho year of our Lord eigh teen hundred and sixty, hv the Honorable E. E. Bourna, Judge of said Court: ON the petition of ORRKN ROSS, a creditor of the estate of AHlAI'IIAR CLARK, late of Ken Ml ink, iu said county, deceased, praying that ad ministration of the citato of said deceased inay bo grauted to him or to some other suitable person i Ordrrrd, That tho petitioner clto the widow and next of kin to take adinluiitration, and give notice UWMf to Im heir# of said deceased and to all per»on« Intere t' d, by causing a copy of thla or der to l>« published in tho Union if JournnI, printed In Biddeford, In aald county, three weeks ivcly, that they may ap|>ear at a Probate Court to be held at Alfred, in said county,on the first Tuesday In April next, at ten of the clock in the forenoon, and shew cause If any thov have.wliv tho prayer of said petition should not bo granted. I'J Attest, Francis llacon, Register. A true copy, Attest, Francis Bacon, Register. At a Court of Probate, held at Kcnnehunk, within and for the county of York, on tho llrst Tuesday In .March. In the year of our Loriiidghteen huu dred and sixty, by the lion. E. E. bourne Judge of said Court i TOIIN HALL. Jr., administrator of the estato of •J J OHM ll.il.I., lato ol North Berwick, In said C'Hii.ty, deceased, having presented Iti • first account of administration of the estate of said deceased, for allowanco: Ordtrrd, That the said accountant give notice to all persons Interested, by causing a copy of this i i<» published three weeks successively In the L'nion 4 Journal, printed at Blddelbrd, III said count v, ttint they inay appear at a Probate Court to be field at Alfred, In saiuoounty. on the first Turn day in April next, at ten of the clock In tliu forenoon, and shew cause if any they hare, why tho tamo shonld not be allowed. I .' Attest, Francis Bacon, Register. A true copy, Attest, Francis Bacou, Register. At a Court of Probate tielrt at Kennehunk, within and for the comity of York, on tho first Tuesday in .March, in tho year of our Lord, eighteen hun dred and sixty, by tho Honorable E. E. Bourne, Judge uf said Court. I YWA CHICK, widow of DAM EL CIIICK, lato ! t of Alfred, In said county, deceasi-d, having pre sented her petition lor allowauce out t f tho person al estate of said deceased: Orjrrtd, That the said petitioner jflre notice to nil pcrs ms Interested, by causing a copy of this order to be published threo Hecks succcs sively In the (man * journal, printed at Uiddo ford. In said county, that they may appear ut a PlvlMto Court tube hold at Alfied, Iii iald coun ty. on the lir»t Tuesday in A|»ril next, at ten of the clock in the forenoon, and shew cause If any they have, why the same should not bo al lowed. iAttest, Francis Bacon, Register. A true copy, Attest, Frauds Bacon, Register. At « Court of Probate held at Kenuehunk, within ninl ti>r the county of York, on the flrvt Tuesday I in .March, In thu yearof our Lord eighteen hu» dred and sixty, by the lluu. E. E. bourne, Jud^e of said Court • 10*111* A L. 1JUTC11INS0N,administrator of the • » estate of nr.yjj.\ii.v jut* in.late ..r ltuxt< n. In »aiit couuty, deceased, having presented hMlut itccouiit of administration of the estate of Mid Uumtrt. AIm hit private account against said estate, fur allowance. OrJtrrJ, Th«t the raid accountant giro notice to all p< reous Interested, hy causing a copy of this or der to be published three weeks successively in the L'mon 4r Journal, printed at lllddefbrd, III said county, that they way annear at a Probate Court to be held at Alfred In salt! county, on the first Tile*, d.iy In April nest, at ten of the clnok in t!>o fi>re. noon,and shew cause, if any they have, why the same should not bo allowed. U Attest. Francis Ilacon, Register. A^rue copy. Attest, Francis Bacon. Register. At n Court of Probata held at Kennebunk, within and lor the county of York, on the first Tuesday in March, In the year of our Lord eighteen hun dred ami sixty, by the lion. E. E. iiourno. Judge of s«id Court s 10IIN A. BURLKIQH, guardian of JOIiy HUH «I It 4 HI) and M.4HURKT HUUIl.tRn.inUwrtunl children of John llubhard, lato of South Berwick, In Mid count> ,decca#«d, having prdscntcd his sec* ond account of guardianship or bis said warda for allowance i Orj,rrj. That the uld guardian give notice to all person* Interested, by causing a oopy of this order to bo published three weeks successively In the ^'nioii tr Journal,printed at Biddeford, in said county, that they may appear at a Probate Court to be held at Alfred, In said couuty. on the lii«t Tuesday In April next, at ten ol the clock la the forenoon, and shew cause. If any they have, why the same should not be allowed, I." Attest, Frauds llacon, Register. A true copy. Attest. Francis Bacou. Register. At a Court of Probate held at Kennebunk. within and for thecounty of York, on the first Tuesilay in .March, In the year of our Lord eighteen hun dred and sixty, by the lion. E. E. Bourne, Judge of said Court i lKRKMIAll 8. Pl'TNAM, named executor In a •I certain instrument, purporting to bo the last will and testament of EIJZJHET[i CROSBY, lale of York, In said county, deceased, having presented the same for probate ■ Or J f red. That (he wld Executor (tire notice to alt inriuiit Interested, t'jr causing a copy of thl« order to be published thro® week* tuocesslrely, Id the Union ami Journal, printed at lllddefbrd. in raid count r, that they may appear at a Probate Court to l»e field at Alfred, In mid county, on the first Tucs dav In April neit.st ten of tho clook In the fore m«'u. and shew cause, If any they hare, why the Mid instrument fhould not be proved, approred aii'l allowed aa the last will and testament of the •aid deceased. U Attest, Franc I« Bacon. RcjrMcr. A true eopy, Atteit, Franc I • Bacon, Register. At »C»ort of rrahtl* held at Kennehunk, within and IV»r the county of Yirk, on the Bret Tnewiay In Mareh, in the year of our Lord eighteen hun ,'rwl »'*»y. by the Hon. E. K. Bourne, Jud^e of eald Court i pliARLKN HOLLAND. administrator, with the I' »"n«ied. of Die estate of HKPSIHCTH k I Mil ALL. late of Kennehunk. In Mid eounty, dt> ceased. harlnjc Panted hi* Urn Brat account of administration of the eeUto of eald deceased, for al> lowance i Ordtrtd, That the eald aeeountant (Ire notice to all persons interested, by cauita* a eopy «f thla or der to be published three week* succ*«»irr 1 v In the ('■tea Mil printed at Hlddefcrd.'ln eald county, that they may appear at a Probate Court to be held at Alfred. In laid eoonty, oa the Brit Tuea day in April neat, at teaoftbeeloek la the forenoon, ami the* mum. If any they hare, why the tame kbould not be allowed. I* At tent. Praneli Bacon, Reciter. A true eopy, AtUet, FrancU Bacen, RegUUr. At a Court of Probate, holden at Kenncbunk, within ami for the County of York, on the first Tut*.lay of March, In the year of our eighteen hundred ami sixty, by the Honorable E. E. Bourne, Judge of nid Court: Ox the petition of JOSI.WI W. 01'RKISIF, ex ecutor of the will of JOXJ1T1L1X S.1X BftRX, late of Acton, In stid county, deceas ed. representing tint the personal est.ito of •an! dcceucd is sullicicdt to pay the just debts which lie owed at the time of his death by the suin of eight hundred and eighty dollars, nud praying for a license to sell and convey so much of the real estate of said deceased as may lie necessary for the payment of said debts aud incidental charges: Orderel, That the petitioner clvo notice thereof to the heirs of said deceased and to all persons interested in said estate, by causing a copy of this order to be published in the Union 4* Journal, printed in Biddeford, in said coun ty, three weeks successively, that they may ap pear at a Probate Court to be liolden at Alfred, in said county ou the first Tuesday in April next, at ten of the clock in the forenoon, and shew cause if any they have, why the prayer of ■aid |>ctition should not be crantid. I *2 Attest, Francis Bacon Register. A true copy, Attest, Francis Bacon llegistcr. At a Court of Probate held at Kenncbunk, within and for the County of York, on the first Tuesday in March, in the year of our Lord ciglitceu humlnd and sixty, by the Honorable L tE. Bourne, Judge ol said Court: 0* the petition of JAMES II FOOO.punrdinn of <; K OHC K 11. IL SL E Y ft .1 US Tlx T. ILNLEY, minors, and children of Isanc Ilslcy, late of Limerick, in »ild county, decay ed, praying for license to sell and convey, nt public auction, or private silo all the right, t'tlo and interest of his said wards in and to cer tain real estate, situated in Limerick, ill said county, and the proceeds thereof to nut to in terest, said real estate being more fully describ ed in said petition. Or.lerrl, That the petitioner givo notice thereof to all persons interested in said estate, by causing a copy of this order to be publikhcd in the Union If Journal printed in Biddcford, in said county, for three weeks successively, that they may appear at a Probate Court to be held at Alfred iu said couuty, 011 the first Tues day in April next, at ten Of the clock iu the forenoon, and shew cause if any they have, why tho prayer of said petition should not be grant ed. 12 Attest, Francis Bacon Register. A true copy, Attest, Francis Bacon Register. To the lion, the County Coinmittiontrt/or the County of York. Nicholas Kimball, John J>ennett and Charles, Clarhe, ull or Mollis, In tho said county of Vodc, re s|H-etfully represent that they are severally pos sesed of certain real estate, situate In Dayton In (alii county. In NNflitXt which several estates arc severally assessed ami taxed l»y the assessorsofsald Dayton for tho year ll">9, excessively: to wit., the *al<l estate of said Klinliall, the sum of eight dollars and twelve cents i the said estate of the raid Den nett the mm of clubt dollars ; and the said estato ofthe raid Chirk the kuiii of live dollars t which several taxes your petitioner* have severally paid. Your petitioners also gnvo reasonable notice to said assessors or Dayton that the said several ax.Mo ments and taxes for IHV.» slid tlio valuation or said several cstateh, hy which said assessments were made, were unreasonable aud excessive, and re ((Heated said assessors to make your petitioners, a rcasonaldo abatement thereof, according t'> the statate In yticli case inndo and provided, which the said BUIII11T1 refused to do. Your said petitioners now represent to you, that the said assessment, valuation and taxes aro in each Instance excessive and unreasonable, und pray that you will take such action In the premises, us to law and justice shall appertain, and that you will make to them severally, a reasonable u' ate ment of their said taxes, according to the statute in such cute made aud provided. NICHOLAS KIMl>ALL.. JOHN DRNNKTT. C'llAKMX CLARK. Mollis, Feb. 21, 18C0. State ol Maine. YORK, 88.—At a Court of County Cemmimionm btjun and kr/>i at A/frrd. for and 'ritkin the County of York, on the irrond Tunuiny I f Ortobtr, A. l)\ IHOT, and by vfjournmtnt on lirlh day March, A. I). I SCO. On tho foregoing petition, It Is considered hy the Commissioner* that the |K'tltluneri are responsible and that tliev ought to he heard touching tho mat* ter set forth In their petition, and therefore order. That the petitioners give notice to all persons and corporation* interested, that the Ciunty Commis sioners will meet at the dwelling house of Sauiuel C. III.lit in Dayton, In said county, m. Wednivlay, the clghtliccnth day of April A. 1>. leco, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, when they will proceed to view tho premises and estate reared In In Oim tltlon, and Immediately artcr suck view, at some convenient place In the vicinity, will give a hear ing to the parties, and their witnesses. Bald notice to no by causing copies of said jsctltlon and this order of notlott thereon, to he served upon the town Clerk, and each ofthe assessors of laid town of Day ton. and also by postiug up copies of tho same in three public places In said tow.i of Dayton, and publishing the same thee weeks successively In the Union and Journal, a newspaper printed In Hlddo ford, In said county, the llrst of said publications and each ofthe other notices to ho ut least thirty days before the time of said melting, that all per sons may then and there be Mr—Bt, and shew cause, irany they have, why the prayer of said pe tition should not be granted, and said assessors are required by said County Commissioners to liro duoeut said time and piaceof meeting, the valua tion or a copy thereof, by which the assessment of the taxes referred to lu »nld petition, was made by theasse--'>is o| -aid t..wn of lM>tou. Attest, C. ». LOUT), Clerk. Copy ofthe petition aud order of Court thereon. 3wll Attest, C. D. LOUD, Clerk. To the Hon. County Commiuiontrt qf the Co. of York. •pllt: undersigned, Inhabitants of Lyman. In said I county, rcipcctfully represent that on the loth (lay of October l:ut, tlicy with other Inhabitants of said town presented u petition to the Selectmen ..r L> uinn. re<|ue«tlu i them t.» layout u town road, for the uso <>r the Inlni' Hants thereof, from Um dwelling house oj Jesse .Muddlx, In said Lyman, to the town road leading by Jeremiah Wcntworth's, «nd t > intersect or form n Junction with said Went worth's road, at or near tin- ll.iptist meeting house, near ('apt. Francis Warren's In MM Lyinan i MM tho said Selectmen, having given due unto or their Intention, met on the -'1st day of October. I"1. and proceeded to lay out the way prnyed Tor as follows: DflgtnnllUrM til® termini Or tlie new road. In front of JMM Maddlx'* hotiso, thence south olghty-two ami one.ha'l° degrees, west fifteen rods to a stake j th-no" 8. G»l| W. 111 rods to a stake | thence -It de grees W.'J7i rods to'a stake) thence S. ° W. 18 rode. thonee S. .TtJ W. 19 rods to an oak tree spot ted. thenee S. .Tty degrees W. 19 rods through land of Jesse Mmldix, thence same course 91 rods to a stuku i tl.ence S 49 degrees VV- 7 rtnls ton white oak tree spotted \ theuco 8. *»3 degrees \V. II rods, thcocc 8. 55?| degrees IN' rods to n white oak.— thence s. decrees \V. ICJ rods to a white oak,— theuee S. 40decrees I.V \V. 13 rods through land of lvor> «ir.int i tlieuea same course 3J r»«ls through land of Kruno's iVanen'to tho town way. near the lla|itist meetiiij; house, making IrtlJ rods, II0| of which runsthp uji land of Jesse Maddlx,t>7} rods through land • I Ivory Urant. and 31 rods through land of Francis Warren, the lino described to tie thetuiddle of the road, and the road to he two rods wide, and tho suM Select .ncu inade a written return of their pj< cooling* containing tho bounds and admeasurements of the way, ami the damages al lowed to each person lor the land taken, ami died the same with the Town Clerk, and afterwards, to wit: on the iiiith day of October last, tho said Se lectmen by their warrant under their hands, called a meeting of the inhabitants of said town ol Ly man, to assemble at tl»c Town House In said town on the seventh day of November. |rt\9, which war rant contained an article—"Jd To see If the town will vote to accent of the road leading from Je<«e Maddix's house in said town, to the town road lead ing from Charles Frost's to the county road near Capt. Francis Warrcu's," ami said meeting wn* du ly notified and warned, and assembled at tho town house, at the time set for the same, and duly orga nized i and the said town, at said meeting, unrea sonably refused to accept the road so laid out and re turned by the Selectmen, and did vote to pass over the third article In the said warrant j whereby your petitioners arc greatly aggrieved j And we pray that you, the said County lommlsslnners will pro cecd and act thereon,and lav out the said roa«l, or accept the road as laid out oy the Selectmen, and cause the same to b« recorded and cstablcd as a town road. JESSE SI A DPI X and 23 others. Stale ol Maine. YORK •». it * Court of Cnnnt* Comrnxftoim, bt7*n «*</ krld at Jlfirtjormmd within Ih* Canty *f I or*. on tkr MM■/ Turgor ef Or»e»rr. /• />• >*•». •"<< »y •* jenramr «f «>• Mr tislk d*9 of March. A. I). 1*0. On the foregoing pctltloo. lt Is considered by the Commissioners thai the petitioners aro responsible and that thev ought to »• TU ter set forth In their petition, and therefore order, That the petitioners^™ «JWJ to *11 persons and corporation. interested, O.*' *'1® County I omrnls •Inner* will meet at the dwfling house or frmtjcl. Warren In Lvnian, In »»ld County, on llonday the irtlitlav of \nrll A. !>• I*0' ft ten o'cloek In Oie forenoon, when they will H*"?**" *»•» n'ut? mi forth In the petltloe. and Immediately after «uoh ^e^t iome convenient PU«. In the rlclnlty. will £vp a hearing tn the part tea, and their witnesses.— ,ld notice to^>e by causing ooples of said petition and this order of notice thereon, to be served upon the Town Clerk of said town of Iorman. and also by potting up ooplea of the same In three public places In Mid town, and publishing the same three weeka successively In the I'nlon awt Journal,a new»paper i"lnted In Biddefbrd, In ^ ™»tr £ VorCttf lirfli n! aa.1i! nuhllcal)on*« AiHi ©•ch of the other nlll* »r« iCu";.° «iu.,»r mootinr that all iierioni uiaj then and there be "nin'and* hew cau»e, If anv they hare, why the prayer of s*ld petition should not be granted. Attest,— «• n- LORI»,Clerk. Copy of the petition and order of Court thereon. Swll Attest,— C. D. Lord, Clerk. DB. BOY3TTOW. NOW IN THE TIME! Orixioxs or toe Paras.—Dr. Dovnton's suc cess as a practitioner is J erfcctljr astonish ing."—-AfaHeke»ter Union. "Diseases of the deaf, blind, young and old all yield to Dr. Dovnton's remedies."-Lawrence Courier.— "Many of Dr. Hoy n ton's cures aro truly won. derful."—A. Baird, Mayor qf AVisAua.— With all the Anatomical Lectures I ever have i heard, I never have been half as much enlighU ened and entertained, as I was with Dr. Doyn* ton's description of Diseases in one evening in his oflice.—Otn. Z. Mil lay, Bowdoinham.— Dr. Doynton is the most indefatigable physi cian in the nation. His real cures are not out rivaled.—Christian Advocate. We say that there has never been any such a Doctor here in these parts as Dr. Doynton. He dott cure, and we know it, and wc are bound to go to hiui and be cured. He does not charge poor people so high but what they can get from 'ii cts. to 83 worth of medicine, or more, and then a^ain he don't deceive any one, and he if not going to stop here only till the 31st day of March, and wo arc going to sec him at once.— The Cititem qf Bidd^ford, Sueo, and Vi cinity. "Ilia cures are here in Diddeford and Saco andurarat hand, and wo know it."— Enquirer, Don't wait till you are so deaf you can't hear it thunder, or till you are so blind that you c.in't read the Bible, or used nil up with disease, but go and see Dr. Doynton, and he will give you your moneys worth of health. Philadelphia Letqer. Dooms at the Diddeford House. March 13th, 1»0. P. S.—It may be 7 or 8 months before I can visit this city again. I cordially invite all my friends to call early. Yours, tie., W. E. DOYNTON. M. D. ComiiiiMNion of Insolvency. Wo hereby give public notice that we havo been appointed by the Judge ot Probate, for the Couuty of York, Commissioners to receive and exainiuo all claims of creditors acainst the estate of George M. Eaton, late oflfollis in said County of York doceased, that are legally provable before us as commissioners. That on the petition or Henry IMchardson, an additional time has been allowed by said Judge of Probate for the reception and cxain« imition of claims generally against said Estate, and that we shall be in session at the oIDce of Goodwin and Falcs in Diddeford on Saturdays the 14th and Ulst days of April, A. D. 18(30, for the purpose of attending to the duties of said commission. J. M. GOODWIN. DAVID KALES. March, 13, 19G0. FOR SUE, LOT AM BUILDIMS. A lot ofsix acres, under improvement, near the intersection of Hill street with tho Uuinea road, with tho buiMiuj^s thereon—consisting of a story and a half house, built two years ago, ami nearly finished, aud a small barn. Terms of salo eas\, for further particulars enquire of Mrs. MARY LANK, No 9 Peppcrell Block. YOIIK COUNTY FIVE CENTS SAVINGS INSTITUTION. Agreeably to the provisions of an Act entitled 44 An Act to incorporate tho York County Five Cents Savings Institution," approved March 0, 18J0, wo the undersigned, being the three first named corporators in raid act, do hereby not illy and appoint the first meeting of said corporators for the organiztt ion of said company to be held at the Municipal Court Room in Biddeford, on Tuesday, the twentj-seventh day of March inst., at 7 o'clock in the afternoon. LEONARD ANDREWS, WILLIAM KERRY, E. H. BANKS. Biddeford, March 15, I860. ^ Notice of Foreclosure. The undersigned hereby jrive notice that on the Kith day of March, 1857, Benjamin Earl of South Berwick conveyed to them in fee and in mortgage a parcel of wood land situated in said South Berwick and dcscrilied ill said deed recorded in the York County Registry of Deeds Rook 250, paj»e 307. Tho conditions of said Deed having been broken, we hereby claim to foreclose tho same. South Berwick, March 12, 1810. ABNER OAKES. SHIPLEY W. BICKER. Real Estate ior sale. The subscriber offers for salo lumse-lots on Pool St., also three acres of tillage land a short distanco from the village; also the field lying on the eastern side of Pool St., with the build incs thereon, containing some Bcven acres of land, Tho above property will be sold in lots to suit purchasers, and upon easy terms. tfia WM. P. FREEMAN. Notice of Foreclosure. The undersigned hereby gives notice that on the 2I day of April 1858, Hannah A. Avcrill in her own right, and Samuel Averill of South Berwick conveyed to him in fee and in mort gage a parcel of land situated ill said South Berwick and described in stid Deed, recorded in the York County llegistry of Deeds, Book 257, page 321. The condition of said Deed having been bro ken, I hereby claim to foreclose the same South Berwick, March 12, IW,0. 3wl2 ABNER OAKES. The Niagara Engine Co, No 3, of Saco. propose giving a TEA PARTY AND DANCE, —AT TOWN HALiL, SACO, TUESDAY EVENINQ, March JO, 1800. On which occasion It would i(1ve them much plea sure to see all of their friends and brother Fircuien ,,rc,cllt* PER ORDER. Saco, March 9th, I SCO. 11 Ayer's Cathartic Pills. Spring Goods, a t E. H. BANKS'. Having recently made an addition of One Tliou*an<l Dollars WORTH OF PL.'iijy BLACK SILKS To my former Htock. I am now prepared to oflfor them at prlees tliat defy competition. I hare alao, a good assortment of FANCY SIX. ICS. That I will sell at NEW YORK AUCTION PRICES. I hare also Juit received a lot of Spring DELAINES, PRINTS &o. of the elioiceit style* and patient*. Mourning Goods,1 OF ALL KIMW. A new lot o Of all it> lea ana qualities, rery cheap. Furnishing Goods 1 hare the beet eeleeted (took of Furnlthlng good* In tbla City t conjl»tlng or line Black, German Twill Broadcloths, DOESKINS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS, Ac., Ac. CALL AND EXAMINE MY STOCK BEFORE PUUCUa8IN0 elsewhere. E. H. BAIVK8, Hooper*! Bnck Bloek, Liberty 8L, tT» Blddefbrd, Maine. 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Those and no other circumstance* Induced me to reaort to your worthy Ilalr Res#r»tlre, which I hare erery reason to lieliera, produced a very happy result; two months niter the first applies tioD, 1 had aa beautiful a head of young hair aa I ever saw, for which I owe you ray most sincere thanks. Rest aaaurcd, dear air, I shall rcoorcraend your aeraedy to all Inquirer*) moreover, I shall use my iuOuencc, which 1 flatter myself to say Is not a little. You can publish thli If you think proper. Yours, reryreapeetiully. 11. J. WRIGHT. M. D. Office of the JeRbrmnlan, Phllippl, Va , I IKceuibcr 12th. IV*. J Hear Sir:—I feel It tny duty as well as my pleas ure, to state the following circumstance, which rou can use aa you think proper. A gentleman of this place, (a lawyer) haa belaid ever since bis early yontht *n much ao, that he wa»«oinpolled in wear a wig. He was Induced to use a bottlo of your "Ilalr Restorative," which he liked very inueh j and afler using some two or three bottles Isla hair grew out quite luxuriantly, and he now liaaa handsome head of hair. The nntleinan'a wma Is nradfbrd, and as bo ii rery well known in our adjulnlug coun ties. many persons can testify to thu truth of thlf statement | Iglrelttovou at the reoucst of Mr. Hrudford. You can sell a treat deal or your Hair Ilestoratlro In this and tho adjolulng counties If you have the proper agenta. Yours, Ac., THOMPSON 8CRUIIN0R. Dr. Wood: Dear Kir:—Permit me to expresa tba oblintlom I am under for the entire restoration of my hair to its original color; about the time of my arrival in the United Ntatca It waa rapidly broom Ing gray, but upon the application or your Hllalr Restoretlre," It soon recovered ita original hue— I consider your Reatorative as a very wonderful In vcatiou, quite efficacious aa well aa agreeable. T1IALBERQ. The Restorative I* nut up In bottle* of three •lie*, vli i large, medium and small | tlie email holds | a pint, and retails fur one dollar uer bottlei the medium hold* at least twenty per oent more In proportion than the imall. retail* for two dollar* I>er bottle | the large hold* a quart, 40 per cent more in pro|torUon and retail* Air threo dollar* por bottle. O.J. WOOD A CO., Proprietor*. 414 Broadway. New York, and 114 Market tttreet, nt. Lonli Mo. And sold by all good Druggist* and Fancy Uood* Dealer*. 3mori 3NTe"\7v Store OF Croekcry, Glass, China & Stone WARE, or ALL QUALITIES AND STYLES. Also, a good assortment of Table Cutlrry, Silvrr PIntrd Ware and KKROSENE LAMPS, Of all the various patterns, and will be *old a* low a* In any town or city In New England, It bar ing: been bought with CASH, at I mportation Price*. Location, a lew door* east or the Cataract llridge In Kaco, where the «ut>sorlbcr will bo fonnd at all builnvM hour* to attend to cuitomer*. JOHNSON' LUNT. Saoo, February 17, l««0. eoj»3w»} In presenvniK >uw ..im i»t». mMva TILE COHDIAL, we desire to stale its superiority over every nostrum thai nurie or quack ha* here tofore offered you. First—It I* the preparation or a regular phyiU oian, who I* well qualified from much ei|»erlence In Infantile complaint* U>prcscrlt>o for them. Kec. ondly—It I* entirely froc from paregoric or opiate or any kind, and consequently relieve* by reinov iiiic tho suffering of your child, instead or deaden ing It* *ensibintle*. Thirdly—It Is put up with great care, as a comparison of It with any other article for iufantlle comnlatnt* will show; the rrry root* from which It Is distilled be Ins dug from the forests under tho direction of Dr. Eaton, many of themliiv hi* own hands. Fourthly—it I* perfectly harmless and cannot injure tho most dcllcnto In fant, and is a certain cure uml relief In all the fol lowlngeascs, which i« it* ohler merit over every other preparation, vim FOR ALL COMPLAINTS ATTENDING TEKTII INO: *uch a* DY8INTERY COLIC, io., also, for softening the gum* and relieving pain. For reru latlnglhe bowels It I* unequalled. For cold In flic llcadlt is a sure roller. For CIlOl'P. the moat fit* tal and trying or disease*, it can be relied on with pcrrcct confidence i and being a |>owcrful antl spasmodlo in all ca»c* of convuliiona or fit*, w earnestly recommend you to loso no time In pro curing It. Lastly—It cools so much more than • til er preparation* or tliu kind, that we cannot afford such long advertisement* a* can thoic who*? whole expenseT* their advertising! for tho naino reaton.U cecoinmcnd* lt*cira* tho most tellable t ■ all moth er*. In all case*, the directions wrapped around each bottle, must be strictly followed. 1'ilcc '£> rent* |»er bottle. Bold by CHURCH k DUPONT DruggUt*. No. 36 Maiden Lane, New York. T_r t T ci ci tp "S7"5 c; IMPROVED PREMIUM PLOWS, Manufactory nt North Hertrlck, Me. 'PIIK.SK PLOWS ARK NOTED FOR TIIF.IR 81. I i»rrlr turning rapacity, e**y draught, utrenifth ■ ml durability. The caiting* are all potiihrd, and the whole Unfilled up In a superior utyle, at price* that dery competition. LliU of the rartoai »lie», price*, 4c. acut gratl* on application. Adiirew, T. B. HUSSEY, North Berwick. Me* Thli certlflea that we hare thoroughly teeted Mr. Humvv'» ltnprored Plow*, and eon»ldered them »a Grlor to any that hare come under our no ie. We ch«Mblly recommend thrm to all In waut of good Plow». W M. P. KSTKS, I'rttidrnl if. It. Stali Ag. Sotltlg. THOMAS MARRY, Ckairmin Com. en Plowing, Mt. Slat* t'mir, ISVI. no* Wm. H. BWETT, York, Me. 8AM JKL MILLIKKN,Saoo, Me. J0SKP11 FROST, Kllot, Mo. Theue Plowi are for uale at Manufacturer*' Frier* hy CLBAVBS * KIMBALL, IHddeford. Me. lOtl BOOTS A\I> SHOES. GREAT BARGAINS —IN-— AND RUBBERS, AT TI1E NFW DOOT AND BIIOK STORE,' City Ballding,...M».Seit door lo Poil Ofllee, BIDDEFORD. THE Inhabitant* of lMddatbrd, 8*eo ind rlelnllr would d« wall to call al the >tnp „t tba rabaerK bar. and axamlna lii« Hluek of Ifcxmi amt Mhoat be. fora puroliMlnK alMwhrr*. u ka haa tha larcaat and baat that w« r»rr < frrr<l A>r*alc lo OlddeAird and at prleca which >\r(y c»uij»«lltion. Ladies* Thick sole English Lu|Jb| Congress Boots, 01.00 " do. with keel*, j 12 " do. Kid Congress IJoot*, 1.10 ** do. do., with heel*, j,jo " second quality Cong, Boots. 87 « Kid Bnsltins, »®°"» JJ ** Hlippera—M to 30 o. Gen t's French CnlfBoots-»3 40 to ««. " do do Bhoee—91 as. c. W. YARNEY, March 9th, I960. || ®I®DK'0,U)' Portland, Sua, £ Portsmouth KAILBOAD.— Fall and Wintor Arrangomenta. ON and after MondarT wTr. 7th. !«•, PMMBftr Train* will run dally (ttaudaya eioey ted) aa rol lown Lear* Portland (br Ulddafbrd at 7JO, 8.43 A. H., and «JO P. M. M Ulddafbrd for Doaton at 9.28 A. >l.,and 3.13 P. U. H DldiUford (br Portland at »JO, 11.43 A.M. and 0.43 P. M. Freight Trains each way dally JOHN lll'SKELL, Jr., HcfKniXTK.ioKjrr. Portland. Nor. I. IS59. * Olitf New York and Porllnnd SEMI WEEKLY LINE!! The Brat qUm BUtmthlp* Clirw iKnkr, Cut. Hydvrt Crowkll. 'PataMC*. L. II. Latfiili>. will Ihorraffcr fbrtn a MmUwMkly Lln«b«i twoen the Port* or .New Vork ana roruanu, tearing Moh Port ercry Wednesday and Bat unlay at 4 P U. Paamgo, Including meal* and SlaU Room*. $j.oo. The great J11 patch glren to mini by thl* Una, make* It themo*t deilraMe freight communication between New York and the But. No charge* at aither end for forwarding- Draylng In New York between connecting line* by contract at IowmI rate*. Apply to and addreaa, . KJIKRY k POX. Drown'* Wharf. Portland. II. H. OROMWKLL A Co.. New York. Oct. XI. 18.VJ. 49tr Portland to Boston. I On ud after Monday, the airtljrtl the Hteamera mwwm. wpfc mw. and M*Mtre«l,U«|>t. t. A. PlUHCK, wtll run M follows i Leave AtUntlo Wbart Portland. every Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday and rrlday, at 7 o'clock P. M., and Central Whart Doeton, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday aud Fri day, at i o'clock P. M. Pare—In Cabin, il.'ZV On Deck, f 1.00. N. II. Hach boat la ftirnlshed with a large number of State Rooms, (br the accommodation of ledlea and Tamil lea: and travellers are reminded that by taking thla line, much saving of time and expense will be made, and that the Inconvenience or arri ving lu Dos to ii at late houra of the night will b« avoided. The boata arrive In season for paaacag«n to Uk« the earlloa trains out of the city. The Company are not responsible for baggage to an amount exceeding $M In value, and that person al, unlesa notice Is given and paid forattho rat* of one paaecngar (br every $500 additional value. Sr freight taken aa uaual. L. DILLING3. Agent. Portland. April 1, ISM. 4ltr |PECIFICJ lOPMHlc J°r PeopW*I HEAR WHAT THE PEOPLE IAT. - mi lertlmed h»rln* uaed Pmtrmnr lll'MPIIRRYJP <P.TCIFIC IIDM'KOP ITIIIC RKMKMIS In «ir fauilliee • Ifi fit ri'ut (Vlifactory retullt, and hartn< full can# in l'i<4» reniilneneai, |Mir1ljr, and efficacy, i-t.eerfull/ *- Miiiend tlie«n to *11 perannt who with to bar* ul«, ra IltSV, »n I e!'U*a<.ltut remedies at bud for print* or do y,(> j _f ,f F«rer, C ininll in, awl Inflammation. "to! 1 V'T W inn freer, Worm C.itlc, Wrtll.;* Ut« IW. 8. Kor ftillc, Cfjfln<, Teetldnj, and W*keful»c«t of 5T \-z?~ X i. 9.—Kor Headache, Vertlfo, llr.it and Fulliiea* of tha llotd. Xo. 10.—Drtrtnu Pun—For We*k and Deranjr*! £l»-nac>i, t!nutl|f\tlon, and IJrrr Complaint. Xo. II.—F!m Kit*»li laKKUi'Ltamt*, Boanlj, Painful, or Xo. II —fiLT ItNii'M Pitxa—For hr/ripela*, Kru|>ll..n», Plinplea on the Face. X». I.V—Ruactmic Piixa.—P.»r Palii, Imiiim, or ftor* nru In t>*« Chett, Hack, I, >lni, or Uinht. A.—For Feerr an I Ajue, Chili Ferer, Dumb Afut, 014 )fi« nanated Arm. T P.—for Pllra, Wind or lUeedlnr, Intrmal or Ktternal. O — Forflore, Weak, »r Inflamed Kye» and EjtUJj; FliV Inc. Weak, or lllurre I SlffiL ft—For Catarrh, of long ttaridlng or rectal, either *>«a oletrurtl'in or pr»lute ilUc)iar»r> W. ft—F'»r Whooping Cuugh, abating It* violence an4 aliortening lt« court*. " In all acuta illeeaaee, >urh aa Feerr*, Inflammation*, UUrrl.va, I'jarnlrrj, Croup, KheumaUam, and aurh rru| llee illaciwe* aa l*.*ri<I IVwr, Meaalra, and JCrytlpel**, Iha a!r»i.taf ol irtrliu tl.e pn>|*r irtiirdle* promptly I* ob> el >u«, and In all turli raaea Ilia (peclAca act Hit a charm. The mllre di«ea»e le oflen arretted at once, ami In all rax* it.r rlolrur* of the attack la moderated, Hie dlaeaat *bort> eio-t, and rrnderrd I> m ilangi-roiii. C 'iitfli* and CoUia, w l.lch are of »uch frvpient occurrence, and • Melt to often Uj tl.t foundation of ill>ea*ed lunp, hronehitla and conaanipUon, majr all be at oik-c cured bjr tl.e F|W ami C*u*h Pill*. In all clirnnl - dlaeaace, *uch aa Pitpetola, Weak Momarh. C'jiutipilion, IJrer Complaint*, Plite, Female Debility, and Irre^ularlllrt, old llcvla.-l.ea, jc.re or Weak ICye*, Catarrh, lUlt Klieum, and ■•Uier old eriiptinn*, tl.e rate haa iperlflrt ahuae |«ruper application • 111 afford a care In aln.>«l e»err Inttance. Often tlie t ure of a tingle rtiroi.lc dlfllculty, *u<°n a< lMa;>r!<*li, Pile* or •' »Hirr1i, llradache or Female Weak* ne>«, haa molt tlian |«M for li t rait ten timet oter. 'II, Ml., flcMUIIIH, MPT OF UPKCIFIC nK\IKl)IIC. rnicr. - C»*» of in »Ula mni|>lrti>, In moroe**, ktxl Boob $3 I'm* of VI rUb, »>hi lka>k, plain 4 C'aar 'if 1.1 nan lirrr-l hrUrt, anl llonk, 1 I' ww I.r I IxitN, numlirmt, ami H'»*.k I /Untie mii«l»i»l Imiii, allli illrvvlluM l?i irnla. hINWl a nli illrKllwlia. tU triiia. I»ir.*r iM* of lot. rlala, for |4tnlm irnl |4ijilcUu*....flS „ aim ai'Kcrrica. Kim tmm «» I'htiumc.—0|i|>raaa*l, Difficult, l«lw>rr<t llr»4i'iltif, nllrn l»,l altli Cuuxti ami Ki|*u»rali»n. 1'rli-*, M mill 1*1 Ixi*. Kimi K«a l>iat'Ntaar»A*D Damon — IH*cl.ar«» from ll.a Kar, tlx rrai.lt «l fcarlrt l'r*rr, MimIh, or MrrcurlaU, r'nr XiJwi In lln lira.I, llaMnraa of llrarlnf, ami limiting lit Utr ami Kar-aclir. I'rlca. CO ctnla f«rr l»««. Kna Ikaiwi i.».—Knlarfr.1 fi lamia, Ki.laranl and In.liirnt r.1 T»i*X ami OH t°l<rra,lVr«>lu|.'iia Cat !•«•»> of tlillilrm. I'l I.«, M cciila |*r Inn. I'im tlraia n. IHaiurr.—Hlii tUal »r M'ralnraa. Kllirr Iti* mull nf Hkkiiraa, l.v niivt Mnlt- ail.<n, or !'»• li» villi • l»I«. lm'rr«. Prk», f 0 rrMa |-rr Ixn. Yihi |Iikii »t.— Kiul.1 AecuiimlatlMia, TmuM I1 a riling*, a till Vanljf l<r. rrllona. Tfk*, .'lO rrila |» r bo*. h™ l<nfirnwi -llnlhljf Nilum, Vrrllcii, Nauara, ViMnlU ii. f.rknraa from rVlln* or Iii.iiI m. 1'rlrr, 60 caul* |K-r l">\. l'ai««kT Diartii* — Fur (Jravrl, llnxl Calculi, DilB» cull, I'-ic iitl I'rlnaiiwu, IHaraara vf Dm KUIm /a. Price, !4 «nHa |*r box. fira (iiiiiii KattMnga.—Involuntary DiaW.arrra an4 OiiarquafH I'rnaUalkiii an.I DrMIHir, Had Rrauii* nf Mil llihita. Tli* in-at Mumlul a»l rffi' lul muNlrlwMn, anil niajr h" rrllnl u|wn at • cura. Mrr, »llli lull illrrc lli.ua, || |«r kit IV t iii" ah'i «liS to plac* Ui*ma».Tr» nrwter tbr ptafaa al inal c»rr, or In arrk a l»lr« nt Pmf. llraruaaTB, ran <U ki, al l.ia nitlcr Mil BroiJwajr, ilaJI/ fram a A.ll. U> b I' M. or hjr Inter. OCR KKMKPIH! Br MAIU |/wili orrr Iba llal; maka u|» a *aar af «bal klM y~% rhnoar. atxl |nrl«r H«a ••MM* l» • f**r»"l ** a«aii.|» by mail U our aiklrraa, al Ma. Mt Broadway, N«a V ifk, an I II • nir IKIna all! b« tlafjr rrtirnrO b/ mail ar «X|Haaa, bra of rbarrr. AUKXTC WAMTW.—Wrilralra an artlta,rflMrtit Arml for Ihr ulr af our Roue lira In rr«fjr lo»n ar roaittiunll* In CiUlrJ Malaa. A4draaa Dr. t. IIL HIMIKKVH k Ca. Xu. Ml HaniiviT, Ki» Vnac For MUbr A. Sawyer. Blddeftird Main*. B. 5. Jlltcbrll, Agent, Huo. DYER'S Vegetable Compound FOR RESTORING AMD BBAL'TIFTWO THE HAIR. W. C. DYER, baring at lad up hUBtoia for hi. ApothNtrr ud I>rnn bu»ln*w. la Ibe CltrBatU. lax. where be U again pr»jaryl |* W* "P «• wall know* COMPOUND FUR TUB tfca Tirtaat ofwhleh hare been wlt«eeeed br tbooauda. )• doe* notalala (bat It will4a.wha^i»m»t other I*. Tlnntan or noetnuae afa^wttaad toda, b«t ha cU!m» hl« M good ae iba be#. Ilia Mwparatloni !• only compounded by hlBMtlf, tt till I tore, M ha haJnerer rerealed iha eeerat of 1U preparation to an/ peraon wl^tarer. Nona canine exeeptlnc that prepared at bieStwa. Prlie li^nUa botUe. D14ileA>ni. Fab. It, IBM. Btf Ayer's. Sarsaparilla.