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_Poetry.
“The Undiscovered Country.”
mi . . . Could we but know
X in, Mid ends our dark, uncertain (ravel,
a i !.e, ° **t! ^oso happier hills and meadows low—
»i beyond the spirit's inmost cavil
Aught of that country could we surely know,
Who would not go Y
_ Might we hut hear
1 he hovering angeis’ high imagined chorus,
Or catch, betimes, with waseiul eyes and clear,
radiant vista of the realm be lore us—
»V ii h one rapt womeut given to see aud hear,
Ah, who would tear ?
Were we quite sure
* *> nnd the peerless friend who let' us lonely,
Or there, by some celestial stream as puie,
i o gaze in eyes that here were lovclit only—
1 Uis mortal coil, were we quite sure,
Who would endure ?
— The round Table.
Sunday Reading.
The Little Cup of Tears.
We find the following’ North German le
gend in “Thcrpc’s l'ule-tide Stories,” one of
Holm’s Antiquated Stories. . It is too beauti
ful to remain in the sole keeping of Anti
quaries :
There was a mother who loved her first
child with her whole heart, and thought she
could uot live without it; but the Almighty
sent a great sickness among the children,
which seized this little one who lay on its sick
bed even to death. Three days and three nights
the mother watched aud wept, aud prayed by
the side of her darling child, but it died. The
nioilier, now alone in the wide world, gave
way to the most violent and unspeakable grief.
She; ate nothing and drank nothing, and
tv>‘Pt, wept, wept, three long days and three
long nights. This the mother did without
ceasing, constantly calling on her child. The
third night as she sat thus, overcome with
sulieriug, in the place where her child had
food, her eyes bathed in tears, and faint from
grief, the door softly opened, aud the mother
started, for before her stood her departed
child. It had become a heavenly angel, aud
smiled as sweetly as innocence, and was beau
tiiul like the blessed. It had in its hand a
tup that was almost runniug over, so full was
il. And the child spoke: “Oh! dealest moth
er, weep no more forme; the angel of mourn
ing has collected in this lltlle cup the tears
which you have shed for me. If forme you
shed but oue tear more, it will ovcrliow, and 1
shall have no more rest in the grave, and no
joy in heaven. Therefore, O, dearest mother!
w'eep no more for your child; for it is well and
happy, and angels are its companions.” It
then vanished. The mother shed no more
tears, that she might not disturb her child’s
joy in heaven.”
Dead Capital.
Who can estimate the vast amount of dead
capital in all our churches? From every
point ot observation, and in reference to every
enterprise of the church, we see slumbering
energies, buried talents, ibreing the convic
tion upon the mind that the great mass of
proleasing Christians are “at ease in /ion.”—
Many have never put forth one single effort
to pcisuade men to come to God. They are
waiting for the church to do the work that
they are required individually to do, and, un
der the delusion that the church has duties,
separate Irom those of individual membcis,
mauy excuse themselves from all personal el
lort. This is a fundamental crroi of the age,
a practical heresy of most pernicious and
deadly iulluence. The church was never de
signed so to absorb as to neutralize the person
id element, but to render it more effective—
that every energy, and influence, and power
might toil in the great work of saving souls.—
And yet, in every church, the dead capital is
great, while the comparative amount of active
•apital, the number of real working Christians
vho are deeply and earnestly interested in ad
ducing the spiritual interest of the church,
Lnv small!
Header, lias God given to you talents, en'er
g> and means which be a dead capital ? lie
lunnber the slothful servant.—True Witness.
A Good Mother.
Sonetiines one bears it said of a good wife
and Bother that “she’s a regular home body.”
The hrase is simple, but what a world of en
liobliig qualities it indicates, and what a uni
verses irivolities it excludes. The matronly
homebody is indeed “Heaven’s best gilt to
mail.” Hashing ladies, whole mission it is to
set tie fashions, won’t you look in upon your
gentlesister sitting in her well ordered nurs
ery miking hev children happy with her pres
ence? Note how she adjusts their little diffi
culties and admonishes, encourages, instructs,
amuse, them, as the case may requb'e. Ho
you tlink any nurse maid could produce such
iianncny in that little circle? Is she not an
euchaitress? Verily, yes, and her charm js
“love stronger than death” for those sweet
youuc faces, where you may see her smiles
and towns (though she seldom lias occasion
to fro vn ) reflected in glee and sorrow like sun
light tud cloud-shadow in a quiet pool. What
she is,she will teach her daughters to be; and
blessed are the sons that have such a mother.
A Magnet.—If one should give me a dish
of sand, and tell me there were particles of iron
in it, i might look for them with my eyes, and
seareli tor them with my clumsy fingers, and
lie unable to detect them; but let me take a
magnet and sweep through it, and how would
it draw to itself tue mo3t invisible particles
by the mere power of attraction I The un
thankful heart, like my linger in the sand,
discovers no mercies; hut let the thankful
heart sweep through the day, and, as the
magnet finds the iron, so it will find, in every
hour, some heavenly blessings; only the iron
in God’s sand is gold.—0. W. Holmes
The Divine Model.—A cogent argument
not to be weary in well doing is—that Christ
was not weary. What if he hod been weary,
what if in liin rugged, thorny path, and,bearing
the ponderous load of a world’s atonement he
hud omitted even one duty, or shrunk from
even one I rial? Heaven, earth and hell would
have been convulsed, aud our hopes buried
beyond resurrection. But no! He endured to
to the end, and finished the work which was
given him to do; and while thereby he marie
possible our salvation, “he left us an example
that we should follow his steps.”
Unbigiiteoits gain has destroyed millions,
hut has never made one man permanently
prosperous and happy.
SOMETHING NEW !
ton a
Gents’ Dress Hat
FOR SUMMER,
To he Issued Saturday Next,
MAY a«th,
AT HARRIS’,
majSMlw OPPOSITE P. O.
For Sale.
A two story frame House ami about 3000
1 !;'• feet of Land, on the corner of Pearl anil Cmn
i;,lilLboJland Streets. Plenty of hard and soil wa
ter on the premises. Enquire ol
C. RICHARDSON.
Feb 12—digit
Portland Savings Bank.
NTOTICE is hereby given thata semi-annual ilivi
| dend, at the rati; of Seven Per- Cent, per
itunm, free ol Government tax, is payable this third
Yednesday ol Mav, the Kith inst. •
JOSEPH C. NOYES, Treasurer.
May 16—cod2w&w2t
Notice.
POISONS holding U. S. Bonds, (the interest on
which is payable in gold) lor $1000 or upwards,
v.'liowihh to deposit tin m where they will be secure,
may ipply at tlie Merchants National Bank for infor
iiiatiou.
CHAS. PAYSON, Cashier.
Marti 16.18C6—dtf
Muscovado Su^ar & Molasses
1 On gHDS. PTUMK G150CEKY MUSCO
IUU VADO SUGAR,
!f&0 Hlids. I Superior Miucovadn Molaws.
Oh 3 ierces. I just lauded per Brig L. Staples
from .Matanza*, for sale by
LYNCH. BARKER. «D CO.,
139 Commercial Street
April 7—dtf
NECK TIES,
Scarfs and Botes !
WE OFFER A LARGE AND
ELEC ANT ASSORTMENT
Tiicliest Goods*.
rp ■ We have ONLY ONE PRICE.
CHARLES C V ST IS {(CO.
MORTON BLOCK.
May 23—dlw Congress Street.
New Inventions.
Town ami county Rights tor sale at Inventors’
Exchange, No. 80 Federal Street, i’ortland,
Me lor one week only.
niayZSdlw* R. PARK, Proprietor,
Medical.
WOMAN.
Females, owing to the peculiar and important re -
lations which they sustain, tlieir peculiar organiza
tion, and the offices they perforin, are sulgcct to
many sufferings and ailments peculiar to the sex.
Freedom from these contributes in no small degree
to 1 heir liapptocss and welfare, for none can he hap
py who arc ill. Not only so, but no one ot these va
rious female complaints can long be suffered to run
on without involving the general health of the indi
vidual, and ere long producing permanent sic ;• ness
and premature decline. Nor is it pleasant to consul,
a physician for the relief of these various delicate ai
fectlons, and only upon the most urgent necessity will
a true woman so far sacrifice her greatest charm as
t > do this. The sex will then thank us for placing in
tlieir hands simple spccilics which will bo found effi
cacious In relieving and curing almost every one of
these troublesome complaints pecul ar to the sex.
HELM BOLD’S EXTRACT OF BUCHIT.
Hundreds suffer on in silence, and hundreds of
others apply vainly to druggists and doctors, who
either merely tant&Iizo lueut with tlie hope of a cure
or apply remedies which make them worse. I would
not wish to assert anything that w ould do Injustice to
the alliicted, but 1 am obliged to say that although it
may be produced from excessive exhaustion of the
powers of life, bv laborious employment, .unwhole
some air and food, profuse menstruation, the use ot
tea and coff'eo, and frequent childbirth, it is iar ol ton
er caused by direct irritation applied to the mucous
membrane of the vagina itseli.
When reviewing the causes ol these distressing
complaints, it is most painful to contemplate the a
tendani evils consequent upon them. It is but sim
pic justice to the subject to enumerate a lew ot the
many additional causes which so largely affect the
lib, health and happiness ot woman in all elusses ol
society, and which, consequently, affect, more or less
directly, the welfare of the entire human lamily.
The mania that exists lor precocious education and
marriage, causes tne years that nature designed for
corporeal development tube wasted and perverted in
tlie restraints of dress, the early con iiuement of school,
and especially in the unhealthy exciiemeut of the ball
room. Thus, with tlie body ball ciothed and the
mind unduly excited by pleasure, perverting In mid
night revel the hours designed by nature tor sleep and
rest, tlie work of destruction is half accomplished.
In couscqucncc ot iliis early strain 14*011 her sys
tem, unnecessary effort is requii ou by the delicate vo
tary to retain liei situation in school at a later day,
thus aggravating the evil. When one excitement is
over, another in prospective kcej s the mind morbidly
sensitive to impression, while the now constant re
st raifiIs of fashionable dress, absolutely (orbjdding
the exercise indispensable to tlie ailainmcin and re
tention of organic health and strength; the exposure
to night air; the sudden change of temperature; the
c mpiote prostration produced by excessive dancing,
must, of necessity, produce their legitimate eff'oet.
At last, an early marriage caps the climax of misery,
and the unfortunate one, hitherto so utterly regard
less of the plain dictates and remonstrances of her
delicate nature, becomes an unwilling sublet of medi
cal treatment. This is hut a truthful picture ol the
experience 01 laousun.is our young women.
Long before the ability to exercise the functions ol
the generative organs they require an education of
their peculiar nervous system; composed of what is
called the tissue, which is, in common with the female
breast and lips, evidently under the control of men
tal emotions and associations at an early period
of life; aiul, as we shall subsequently see, these emo
tions, when excessive, lend, long before puberty, to
habits which sap the very life ..f their victims ere na
ture has self-completed their development.
For Female Weakness and Debility, \\ bites or Leu
coirliopa, Too Profuse, Exhausting, Too Long Con
tinued Periods, for Prolapsus and Bearing Down, o7
Prolapsus Uteri, we offer the most perfect specific
known: HelmboltPs Compound Extract o/Buchu.
Directions for use, diet and advice accompanying.
Females in every perlou of life, from infancy to ex
treme old age, will find it a remedy to aid nature in
the discharge of its functions.
Strength is the glory of manhood and womanhood,
IIELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHU
is more strengthening than any of the preparations ci
Bark or Iron, inlimtely safer and more pleasant.
IIELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHU.
having received the endorsement ol the most
PROMINENT PHYSICIANS IN THE UNITED
STATES, is now offered to afflicted humanity'as a
certain cure for the following diseases and symptoms,
from whatever cause originating:
General Debility,
Mental and Physical Depression,
Imbecility,
Determination of Blood to the Head,
Confused Ideas,
Hysteria,
' Gcncial Irritability.
Restlessness and Sleeplessness at Night,
Absence of Muscular Efficiency,
Loss of Appetite,
Dyspepsia,'
Emaciation,
Low Spirits, *
Disorganization or Paralysis of
the Organs ol Generation,
. , . , Palpitation of the Heart,
And, in fact, all the concomitants of a Nervous and
Debilitated state of the sys.em.
To mture the yenuine, cut this out.
ASK FOR HELM BOLD’S. TAKE NO OTHER.
Apr 6—eodtf.
Coe’s Dyspepsia Cure
The World’s Great Remedy
-FOR
DYSPEPSIA !
and a1! diseases of the
STOMACH AND BOWELS I
One Bottle is guaranteed to cure the worst case of
Dyspepsia in existence, and one dose will instantly
relieve the moat aggiavated attacks of
Cholera Morbus. Sick Headache,
Dysentery, hickness at Stomach
Fever and Ague. Heartburn,
Colic Pains.
and in fact all diseases proceeding from the Stomach
and Bowels. It is a sovereign auclpermanent cure lor
INDIGESTION AND GENERAL DEI3IL
ITY
and in every instance regulates and restores to a
healthy condition a disordered stomach, enabling the
patient to take heal thy food without danger of dis
tress from it. It is the most wonderful remedy and
the most speedy in its action, ever known to the
world. No one will do without it in tho bouse that
lws ever used it once.
YOU THAT ARE SUFFERING,
We beg of you. if von are sick, to make just one trial
of it. Price One Dollar per bottle.
Sold by Druggists everywhere.
C. G. CLARK & CO., Proprietors,
New Haven, Conn.
H. U HAY, TV F PHILLIPS if CO, and J. W.
PERKINS ^ CO., Agents,Portland, Me.
Lyon’s Periodical Drops!
THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY.
A SCIENTIFICALLY PREPABED
FLUID PBEPABATION
Of DIRECT and POWERFUL ACTION.
Better than any Pills or Powders!
and is safe to use at all times
For all Femalo Complaints,
EXCEPT IN CERTAIN CASES
especially forbidden in the directions which accom
puny each bottle.
Prepared by JOHN L. LYON, M. D. Sold by
Druggists everywhere,
C.G. CLARK & CO., Gen'l Agents,
For U. S. and Canada.
J. W. PERKINS k CO.. W F. PHILLIPS (f CO.,
tndU. H. HAY, Portland, Me., Wholesale Agents.
Coe’s xjoufjn Balsam!
No Medicine ever known will cure
Coughs, Colds, Croup, Asthma,
Influenza, Whooping Cough,
OR RELIEVE
A CONSUMPTIVE COUGH!
as quick as
COE’S COUGH BALSAM!
It does not drv up a cough, but loosens It so that the
patient can expectorate freely. It is within
the reach of all, the
Price liolng Only 35 Cents!!
and is for sale by all Druggists.
C.O.CLARK & CO.,Proprietors, New Haven, Ct.
W.F.PHlr.r.IPSIeCO.,J. w. PERKINS te’CO.,
nd H.U HAY, Portland. Me., Wholesale Agent*.
August 31. lues eodfcwlyr
TICK, SCAB, VERMIN.
Should be used by all Farmers or>
SHEET’, ANIMALS, and PLANTS.
If farmers ami others cannot obtain this article of
traders in their vicinity, it will be forwarded free of
express charge by
JAS. F. LEVIN Act. South Down Oo.
23 Central Wharf, BOSTON, MASS.
March 2—(lAwto
_Miscellaneous.
STEAM
REFINED SOARS !
i _
LEATHE & GORE,
WOULD solicit the attention of the trade and
consumers to their Standard Brands of
STEAM REFINED SOAPS,
-viz:
j EXTRA,
FAMILY,
NO. 1,
OLE! NS.
CHEMICAL OLIVE,
CRAN E*S PATENT,
SODA, AND AMERICAN CASTILE,
All of SUPERIOR QUALITIES, in packages suita
ble f r the trade and family use.
Imparling direct our chemicals, and using only the
best materials, and as our goods are manufactured
under «l»o personal supervision of our senior partner,
who has had thirty years practical experience in the
business, wc therefore assure the public \ulh con
dence that we can and will turuisu the
Bast Goods at the Lowest Prices!
Having recently enlarged and erected NEW
WORKS, containg all the modern improvements, we
are enabled to furnish a supply of Soups of the
Rent equalities, adapted to the demand, for Ex
port ami RotucMtic CuiiMiiiupftuu.
LEA THE <0 GORE’S
STEAM REFINED SOAPS l
SOLD BY ALL TllE
Wholesale Gt'occi'M Throughout the Slate.
Leatlie & Gore,
397 Commercial St, 47 & 49 Beach Street,
PORTLAND, MAINE.
.March 26—<ltt
LADIES’
UP TOWN
STATIONERY STORE!
where can bo found the finest assortment of
Fashionable Stationery
in this city.
We would cal! especial attention to the new styles of
Checked Papers and Envelopes.
—ALSOj—
SQUARE PAPERS,
which ane at the height of Fa-hlon lust now.
We are the Sole Agents of the beautilul
RUSTIC LETTER,
which we stamp in any color at
25 CENTS PEH QUIKE.
AGENTS FOIt
LOWELL AND DUETT,
wlio arc leaders ol Fashion in
.
Wedding and Fancy Stationery,
Visiting Cards, &c., &c.
O peril OlaNNC!*, Lubin’M Genuine Pcrfutu*
cry, Hair, Nail nu<l Tooth Brushes,
Eiitflisli, Frcuch uu<) Ameri
can Soa*»H, Sic., &Cm &c*
And tho usual assortment of Fancy Goods found in a
first class store/
We would call the attention of Ball Cinb^to the
ATLANTIC BALLS!
Also the
NEW YOKE & PHILADELPHIA BATS.
We also have on band oilier Balls of various sizes
ami prices.
SCORE ROOKS
made according to the liulos of the national Associ
ation for sale. Clubs inav receive any information
tboy desire hi regard to Base Ball matters by ad
dressing us.
t&“Postagi! Stamps tor sale at our store.
GEYEB & GAFFE,
may2l 13 FRUK STREEl.
To the Public.
IT AVTNG been engaged for more than twenty years
JJLin the Hair Dressing business, and knowing as I
do all the preparations that are offered for the restoru- j
tion of the Ilair, aud how they are made and what
coiui>o8cd ol, and knowing most of them to bo useless,
and some iiyuiious, and feeling the great need ibr
some prei>arationfree from injurious substances, such
as Oils, Alcohol, and Sugar of Lead, Lac Sulphur, (a
most poisonous preparation) injurious to the health of
the hair and body; I have endeavored to supply the
want by preparing an article that is free from oils of
all kinds, anu all substances known to be iqjurious.
It will keep the hair moist and glossy longer than any
oil, cures all humors of the scalp, stops the itching of
the head, prevents the liair from tailing oft in the
worst cases of fever or other disease, anu will not soil
the nicest silk. My Balm is not a Dye, but purely a
Dressing for the ilair and a Medicine for tne Head. It
should be in every house; it is just what is needed to
clean the heads ol children, from the babe to t he eld
est child, lor it is free from everything that will irri
tate the scalp, cures the humors and slops the itching
of the head. I here offer the names of a few persons
who have used my Balm. Let them speak lor them
selves.
Mr. Todd :—I feel it due to you, as a public bene
factor. to state that niv liair was tailing off very bad
ly, and i was troubled for a long time with a disease ot
the head known in the medical world as Porrigo,
which causes severe itching ot .he head. 1 tried your
Hungarian Balm, and to my surprise and pleasure my
hair stopped falling off, ana the humor lias entirely
left the head.
C. It. PACKARD, M. D. Boston, Mass.
I nave tried Todd’s Hungarian Balm, and I consider
it the best article in use for the hair.
J.B. WEBB, Gorham, Maine.
I have been using Todd’s Hungarian Balm, and can
say that it is the best dressing lor the hair in use. My
hair was falling off very fast, and by the use of hall a
bottle of the balm it has stopped tailing off entirely,
and is last thickening up, and is in fine condition.
F. U. STRUCT, Portland, Maine.
T»Ir. Todd:— I had lost my hair by a disease of the
scalp, and on the lop of my head there was a place as
large as a silver dollar, entirely bald, smooth aud glos
sy. I was told by judges that it would never
grow, but I can give you fifty uarnes, if needed, to
prove to any one who may doubt the fact, that the
hair lias grown out as perfect as on any part of my
head; and 1 know it was brought out by the use of the
Hungarian Balm. You are at. liberty to publish this.
Respectfully yours,
CHARLES B. SAVAGE, Bath, Me.
From the Daily Press.
To tite Fair:—We were slow to believe all we
lieai'd in praise of this article, but with such testimo
ny as the following, given by well known citizens, our
doubts have giveii way.
Portland, Feb. 26, 1SGG.
Mr. Todd : Dear Sir—My wife had been troubled
for a long time with a humor in the head, causing se
vere itching, and £ho hair was falling oft very fast. I
had tried many remedies offered to the public with- ,
out receiving any benefit. 1 had but little failli that
it could be cured. 1 bought a bottle of your Hunga- I
rian Balm, and the first application stopped the itch \
ing, and in two or three days the hair stooped falling
oft. 1 consider it the best medicine in use for the head. !
Yours, CHARLES WALKER.
My Rttlmdocs not change Gray Hair to ;
its liaturul color*
JJr^Those wishing to have the color restored,
ghouldmse TODD’S RANNANA CREAM,
found wherever the Balm is sold.
Sold Wholesale and Retail by
JOHN M. TODD,
NO. 74 MIDDLE STREET, corner of Exchange St.,
PORTLAND, ME.
Wholesale Agents—J. W. Perkins & Co., W. W.
Whipple, W. F. Phillips & Co., and Crosman & Co.,
Sold by Druggists and Trailers everywhere.
Apr 13—eod&w3m
Is open Day and Evening, tor a full and thorough
BUSINESS EDUCATION, located on Middle St.,
No. ltfl, opposite H. H. Hay &> Co., Apothecaries.
The Principal has had 21 years* experience.
1 do not pretend an extension of Gold Linked Se
ries of Colleges into the oilier Continent; and that my
Diplomas and lull Scholarships, are good all
over this great world; but 1 do claim they will
prove intrinsic to the Students (either LADIES
or GENTLEMEN) n any part of the United States
of America) anti also that our Counting Rooms
for inductive training (without any copying,) both in
Accounts and Native Writing, Mercantile Jxiw, fyc,
&’c., OFFER as full, thorough, complete, practical and
expeditious FACILITIES lor BUSINESS EDUCA
TION, as any College in the U. S.
This is the only Commercial College in the State
where a full and complete Scholarship ia Book-keep
ing, Writing, &c., is taught without copying, so that
no one can pass through the course without ob
taining a thorough counting-room education.
Mr# Brown would present to the Citizens
of Portland and vicinity, his warm gratitude lor
their kindness and liberal patronage ihe past fliteen
years; and with the promise ot faithfulness, so
licits otherfavors 1
R. N. BROWN#
Portland, September 18,18C3. sep20deod&wly
LANCASTER HALL!
JUST received and for sale at LOW RATES, by
the undersigned, a handsome assortment of
PAINTED AND GRAINED
Chanib<‘r Sots !
Consisting of
SATIN WOOD, MAPLE, PANNEL AND
PLAIN GREEN,
Together with Common, Round Comer, French and
Cottage Set*. Also,
PLAIN CHESTNUT SET3.
GEO. T. BUMBOVGHS & CO.
apnadtf
THE GOOD TIME HAS COME!
1 bavo just receive! a very large and extensive assoi tment ot
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES OF
Heady » Made Clothing !
AND GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS.
[
Having returned from metropolitan centers cf trade, and having selected She very best and the VERY
LATEST styles of goods; and also having made extensive arrangements with large Houses boUi in New
York and Boslon to supply me with the latest styles of goods, 1 am now enabled to olier to purchasers firlt
class goods at very low figures; in fact, at lower prices than before the war.
Parties about purchasing goods for SPRING AND SUMMER wear, will find thUt fur style, finish, dure.-,
bility, and above all, in price, that I cannot be beat.
Cif^Call and see for yourself.
Id. TOPPAN,
124 Middle Street.
May 24—eodlw
KITCI-ILE’S LIQUID COMPASS
if.Af.r/DD DEL.
The many and great advantages of these Compasses appear almost incredible to those who have never us
ed t hem, hut a little experience at sea soon dispels all doubts in regard to their superiority.
When the vessel is rolling about in a rough sea, these Compasses remain pertbctly steady, ami in light and
smooth weather they are extremely sensitive—more so even than the lightest wood Com jiass. The noodle is
enclosed in an air-tight metallic case and is entirely excluded from the air and, therefore fret from rust.
It is also made so that it retains its power like a magnet. Such a needle could not be used In any other
Compass on account of its great weight; but hero it is almost wholly supported by the buovancy of the liquid
to which the weight of the eardjs nicely adjusted. The bouyancy of this bauid prevents them from ever be
coming dull, as it reduces the weight on the pivot to a few grains. Hence the trouble and expense of sharp
ening and “touching” is a'together avoided. But more than this, tho exemption from disorder renders them
alw ays perfectly reliable at sea.
During four years of constant use in the Naval and Merchant service, both on steam and sailing vessels,
not one of them has lieen returned, although it is always agreed to take them hack if they do not give satis
faction in every particular. The more intelligent of shipmasters appreciate these Compasses most, of com se,
but no case has yet occurred where they have failed to win fkvor with the most ignorant or prejudiced.
C. H. PARLEY, Dealer in Nautical Instruments,
March 14— codlf 38 Exchange Street, Portland, Agent for the State of Maine.
At No. 1S1 Exchange Street9
Where be res ectfully invites ah who may he suffer
ing to call. M
lie treats Specially Diseases of the
NOSE,
THROAT, and
LUNGS,
RHEUMATISM,
I^EUllALGIA,
PARALYSIS,
And SCROFULA,
-BY
IN HALATi ON
--OF
Oxygenized Air !
The Oxygen, by Inhalation is carried directly into '
the circulation reaching all parts of the system as
soon as the Blood will carry it, burning up and de
composing the carbonized matter in the system, and
expels it tlirough the pores.
Coughs, Colds, and Lung Affections, as well as
Humors of the Blood, (unless hereditary) are gen
ally caused by breathing impure air; impure air Is
caused from a lack of Oxygen.
The immediate effects produced by this treatment
are wonderful almost miraculous, as will bo demon
strated to all those who witness its application to pa
tients.
Would take this occasion to state that he cures with
this remedy seventy-five per cent, ot diseases enum
erated above, where medicines would POSITIVELY
FAIL. Ho makes these assertions without tear ot
contradiction.
He li is had a long experience with this Remedy,
and has had no patient that he has not benefited it
not cured
The following is an article that appeared in the Bos
ton Traveller of the 21st of February, in reierence to
the success of this mode of treatment:—
‘‘The system of treating diseases by inhalation ot
Oxygenized Air, (as practiced by Dr. Hartwell at 119
Harrison Avenue) is attracting much attention. He
is treating on an average about 75 patients daily. No
medicine is administeredv the patient being cured en
tirely by Inhalation. Some of the most remarkable
cures have been performed. A gentleman who had
been attlicted for several years with paralysis, called
at the l)r.’s Office on crutches, and alter ti. ree appli
cations of Oxygen could apparently walk as well as
ever. A case of Lock Jaw was cured with on i: ap
p ICATION. He has scores of cases as marvelous as
the above, all ci which can be substantiated. This
s truly an ago of progress. The banner under which
we march is one of light.*’
mi. c. ii. mood,
The Inventor of this Remedy has given it in upwards
25,000 Extreme Cases!
'And has cured fifty per cent, of those patients who
had been
Hopelessly Abandoned!
BY PHYSICIANS.
DR. ROCKINGHAM
Would especially invite those patients who have been
given up by Physicians as incurable.
From the results obtained from a long and varied
experience with this
Wonderful Remedy !
He can confidently assure his patients that he can
speedily
RESTORE THEM TO HEALTH!
Unless the seal oi death is already upon them.
TO LADIES
Who are suffering with diseases peculiar to them, the
Dr. would say his treatment reaches their troublet at
once.
The Dr. lias special treatment for patients who re
side far back In the country. Write out a full de
scription of your case, and treatment with fall direct
tions will lie sent by oppress.
5^*Charges are such that treatment comes within
the reach of all.
CONSULTATION, FOR THE
PRESENT, FREE!
£3?” Office Lours from 9 A. M„ till S V. M.
J. C. Rockingham, M. I).,
151 Exchange Street,
PORTLAND, ME.
May 0— eodlmTT&S
DEPEW & POTTER,
BANKERS,
No. ii Broad Street,
NEW YORK.
Solicit acconnts from Banks, Bankers, and others.
Interest allowed on deposits subject to sight draft.
All kinds of Securities bought and sold for the usual
commission. Special attention given to Govern
ment Securities.
Collections made on all points. t
CHAUNCBY M DBPEW, HENRY W. POTTER.
(Late Secretary of State.)
Wagons, Wagons!
HEAVY ARMY WAGONS. Can be seen on
/ tJ the corner of Union and Fore Sts, lor sale by
JOSEPH WESCOTT & SON,
May 22.—d2w* Head Union Wharf.
E®=TO THE LADIES.^
GEO. H. REED & CO.’S,
PATENTED OCTOBER 17, 1805.
WILL NOT FREEZE.
The constant, demand we have have hod for
LIQUID DYES lias induced us to put up a complete
lino of
40 Shades, all Liquids,
Which will recommend themselves to every one who
lias over used Liquid Dyes for
Brilliancy of Color,
Simplicity of Use,
Certainty of Satisfaction,
Economy of Time,
Freedom from all Dust or Dirt.
Mordant and Dyes Combined in
one preparation.
The only Dyes of the kind ever iuvonted for Silk,
Woolen and Feathers that will give a perfect color re
quiring only 5 to 30 minutes, according to shade.
Full directions for use, and Ccrtilicales from emi
nent Chemists with each package.
Samples actually dyed with each of the colors on
talk and woolen, may be Seen and the Dyes obtained
at all stores, for 25 cents.
ttr“Ifyou desire to insure SATISFACTORY COL
ORS, in the shortest time, with the ieast trouble, in
quire lot for Reed’s Liquid 11 yes. and talce no
other, as they are the only Heliahlc Colors.
Sold at wholesale by
J. W. PERKINS & 00 , ami W. F. Phillips & Co.,
Portland, Me.
April 7—eodAw3m*
ELMWOOD NURSERY!
qjpj . This side of ( Sjjjy
Woodford’s Corner, - - - Westbrook, Me.
Westbrook cars leave Preble Street and pass
the Nursery every twenty minutes.
HAVING purchased the Stock of the above NITR
-I£UY, and made arrangements with one ot the
most reliable Nurserymen of Massachusetts, for Pear,
Apple, Plum and oilier Fruit Trees, Grape V ines, etc.,
with a large stock oCGreen House and Hardy Plants,
Shrubs, etc., suitable for the Flower Garden or house
culture, I would solcit a share of the public patron
ag-.
Everything; Bold warranted true to name, and as
low as can be bad at any other establishment.
Parties wishing Shrubs, Plants or Flowers suitable
for the Cemetery,will bo supplied at short notice, and
any information I possess freely given.
Wreaths, Crosses, Boquets, or any design o Flow
ers furnished at short notice.
Funeral Flowers preserved and arranged in the
neatest manner.
S3f“AU orders left at L. .1. PERKINS’ Fruit and
Confectionery Store, Morton Block, Congress Street,
Park Street Garden, 58 Park Street, or at the Nurse
ry will meet with prompt attention.
Address Box 1702 Portland P. O.
Portland, April 17. ls£‘JfiwBRYANT. •
Union is Strength !
UNION SOLDIERS
for a hard fight and victory.
THE UNION NAVY
is the terror ot the Crown-heads, Flat-heads and
Thick-heads o* all Europe.
THE FLAG OF OUR UNION
is now established as the winding sheet of slavery.
And a
UNITED PUBLIC
proclaims the fact that
UNION STREET
is the only reliable place to purchase
C ARPE T S !
and all sorts of
NEW AND SECOND HAND !1
HOYT & CO.,
Nos. 43, 45 & 47
UNION STREET !
mays 4weod*
Coal, Coal, Coal.
JUST RECEIVED and lor sale by the undersigned
at their Wharf,
Cor. Franklin Wharf & Commercial St.,
275 Tons Hazclton Lchlgli,
BROKEN AND EGO SIZE.
300 TONS LOCUST MOUNTAIN
EGO AND STOVE SIZE.
200 TONS LOBERY,
Free burning and VERY PURE, and all kinds
White and Red Ash Coal.
These Coals are ol the very best quality, and war
ranted togive satislaelion.
01 ''^duality of HARD and
SOFT WOOD, which we wdl sell at the very
lowest price and deliver it to any part ol the citv at
short notice.
fcS^Give us a call and try us.
-..M,-,, S- R0U«PS & SOM.
Door Plates and Numbers.
A CHOICE assortment ol SILVER PLATED
. 21925.ELATES * NUMBERS may be had at
TEIRNEY 8 19$ Market Square, up stairs.
May 6—dim*
Miscellaneous.
GREAT BARGAINS
-IK
ROOM PAPERS!
Bailey Ac Noyes,
SA EXC1IAXGE STREET,
' PORTLAND,
HAVE just received per ship Sunderland, direct
from Liverpool, a large invoice of
S P Jj E N 1> I I>
ENGLISH ROOM PAPERS!
Thev are CHEAPER than the Amcric'm Papers,
the roils being THREE INCHES WIDER. A room
which requires 12 rolls of the American paper will
need only ten eolls of the English, being a sav
ing to the buyer ol nearly 20 per cent. We snail
sell
AS LOW as the American Papers
are Sold.
Having imported them direct from England our
selves there will NOT be com missions, and two or
three profits added to the cost before the consumer
gets them, as when they are purchased from New
York Importing Houses.
£.# The trade who have not supplied themselves
with tl*eir Spring Slock, will do well to give us a call.
The retail trade ofthe city and vicinity will SAVE
MONEY and find one of the EEsT ASSORTMENTS
of
ROOM PAPERS,
CURTAINS & BORDERS
Ever before ottered in this city.
Bailey &: Noyes,
f>5 EXCHANGE STREET,
PORTLAND.
May 22-eo(liw21
Ordinance on Heaiili.
SECTION 9.—Ail dirt, sawdust, soot, ashes, cin
ders, shavings, hair, shreds, manure, oyster, clam
or lobster she its, or any animal or vegetable substance,
or tilth of any kind, in any house, warehouse, cellar,
>ard, or other place which the Mayor, any Alderman,
City Mars! al or Deputy, or Health Committee or Offi
cer shall deem necessary for the Health of the city
to be removed, shall be carried away therefrom by anil
at the expense 01 the owner or occupant of such house
or other place where the same shall be l’ouud, and re
moved to such place as shall be directed, within four
hours after notice in writing t,o that effect, given by the
Mayor, any Alderman, City Marshal, Depute, or
Health Officer.
SECTION It).—Any person offending against, the
provisions of the preceding Sections, shall forfeit and*
pay not less than one dollar nor more than twenty
dollars lor every offence, also the sum of one dollar
lor every house that the nuisances or substances
mentioned in the previous sections of this ordinance
are suffered to remain after due notice thereof.
Ail persons violating the above Ordinance are hertv
by notified to govern themselves accordingly, ns 1
shall proceed at once to a rigid enforcement of the
same. JOHN S. HJSALD,
;iprl8— tt City Marshal and {iealth Officer.
IMPROVED
SCHOOL
DESK.
PATENTED
, Deo. 20,1805.
“So easy and convert mm," say pupils.
“Just what we have wanted, “say teacher.
A represents moveable lid. C toothed ratchet
supporting lid A at any angle by pin in frame B,
which, hinged at the upper edge, may be opened as
any ordinary cover the whole prevented from int»
faring with pupil in front by stop within tl:c desk.—
Durable, Simple, therefore not expensive: convenient
for Drawing Schools, Reading Rooms and Libraries.
Prevents stooping and consequent contraction ol the
chest, particularly in near sighted persons; save the
wear and tPar of books; relieves the monotony o» the
desk and the necessarily attendant steady attitude.
For further particulars please address the manu
iacfcnrer, JOS. L. ROSS, Boston, Mass., JOS. F.
DUNNINO, Agent, Portland, or WARREN JOHN
SON, Patentee, “Boy’s Boarding School," Topeham,
Me. iuli27dM,w&s0m
IMMENSE IMPROVEMENT !
Hick’s Patent Direct-Acting, Reciprocating Piston
(Double Out-off)
Steam Engines,
Saving75pcrcent
m space, weight,
transportation,
friction ana
number of parts,
over tlie best en
gines, with great
3 econo my in
: steam and re
pairs. Thecheap
most compact aim durable made. Adapted to Mar
ine, Stationary, Portable, Locomotive, and Oil Min
ing uses. Ot any size.
Address, THE HICK S ENGINE CO.,
fe272 law Cm $8 Liberty St.. New Yoilc.
WHIPPLE’S
Neiv Photograph Rooms,
No. 297 Washington Street,
Corner of Temple Place, over Ilogg, Brown &
Taylor’s.
Mr. W. executes every desirable style of Photo
graphs—copies old Daguerreotypes, Card Pictures
and Tintypes, life size, coloring them in oil, like oil
painting.-.
Portraits Taken from Life, Various Sizes
also,
ON PORCELAIN, AND COLORED LIKE IVORY
MINIATURES.
Particular attention is given to taking tho like
nesses of children, making views of country resi
dences, copying engravings, crayon drawings and
paintings. may 23—3w
—4i
CITY or PORTLAND.
Marshal’s Office, May 11th, 1SC6.
ORDINANCE ON DOGS.
SECTION 1. No dog shall be permitted to go at
large or loose, in any street, lane, sillev, court, or
traveled way, crin any uninclosod or public place in
this city, until the owner or keeper of such dog, or
tho head of the family, or the keeper of the house,
store, shop, office or other place where such dog is
kept oa harbored, shall have paid to the City Mar
shal Two Dollars for a license lor such dog to go at
large.
Stic. 7—In case any dog shall be iound loose or go
ing at large contrary to any of the foregoing provis
ions, the owner or keeper thereof, or the head of the
family or keeper of the house store, shop, office, or
other place where such dog is kept or harbored,shall
forfeit and pay a sum not exceeding teu dollars.
J. S. 1IEALD, City Marshal.
May 12— d2w
COAL. COAL.
JUST arrived per sell, lledington, from Baltimore
a cargo of fresh-rained Georges Creek Cumber
land Coal for Blacksmith's use.
Also, on hand the best qualities of Red and White
Ash Coal, at the lowest prices for cash.
EANDALL, McALLISTEE & 00.,
60 Commercial Street.
May 1—dll'
JNot a Hotel.
Furnished and unfurnished rooms to let with good
board at No. 2T Willow Street.
People visiting Portland can have all the conven
iences of a Hotel at much less prices, at a retired and
genl cel place. Also permanent board lor families and
gentlemen.
ESTHlcmcmber tho place, opposite Wood’s Hotel
corner ol Middle and Wiilow Sts. fc!2dtf
Flower Seeds.
A FULL and complete assortment ol Flower Seeds
from the most colebra ed Seedmen in the coun
try. Also
WASHBURN A IIOVEY’S
Illustrated Amateur Cultivators.
Guide to the Flower ami Kitchen Garden, giving a
descriptive list ol two thousand varieties or
Flower and Vegetable Seeds,
For sale at the
Portland Agricultural Warehouse
AND
SEED STORE,
-BY
KENDALL & WHITNEY.
April 2—is2m
SPRUCE SEAR WOOJdT
For sale to clear the wharf, by
Bethel Steam Mill Co.,
Delivered in any part of the city for
$4.50 per Cord.
OFFICE, COMMERCIAL STREET,
mavTdtf Head Hobson’s Wharf.
Mrs. Fraser Still in Business!
Pearl Street Garden!
PLANTS, FLOWERS AND SEED.
MRS. M. FRASER, Flovist,
No. 52 Pearl Street,
OFFERS *or gale a large aggortment ol Garden
ltootg, Herbaceous riantg, Shrubbery and Flow
er Seeds, of her own raising. Also Iiabllas and
Roses; some hundred Varieties which ran lw pur
chased ower than at any other Garden in the State.
Bn Flowers. Boquets, and Wreaths from April to
November. ' Mayl7d$w f
Medical.
1)1£. J. B. HUGHES
CAN BK FOUND AT ms
PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS.
No. 5 Temple Street,
WIIEIiE he can consulted privately, and with
the utmost confidence by me am.co.-u, at uii
hours uaily, ami Irom 8 ^ 31. to U P. 31.
Dr. H. audresses those who are suiicruig under the
afliiction o* pnvate diseases, whether arising from
impure connection or the terrible vice of self-abuse.
Devoting his entire time to that particular branch o*
the medical profession, he tecls warranted in Gcab
. UAXTKBING A CUBE I> ALL CASES, Whether of long
standing or recently contracted, entirely removing
the dregs of disease from the system, and making a
perfect and PE IMMANENT 4'bUK.
Do would call the attention ot the afflicted to the
find of his long standing and well-earned lt-jmtotn i.
luniishing suiiieietii assurance of his sJJU ami sitc
coss.
CAUTION TO THE PUELIC.
Every intelligent anti thinking person must know
that remedies handed out for general use should have
their euicacy established by well tested experience In
tile hands of a regularly educated physician, whose
preparatory studies his lnm for all the duties lie must
1 dull; yet cue country is hooded with po-n nustiunit
and cure-ads. purporting to be the best in the woil f.
are not only useless, but always h\jorieus. The un
fortunate should be I'AuruuLAi; in selecting lu»
ls 14 huuentable yet Ineoutrover;
ade fact, that many syphilitic patients are made
miserable with ruined constitutions by maltreatment
ftnn inexperienced physicians in general practice *
ioi* it is a point generally conceded by the best syphi -
og apliers, that the stuuy and management of these
co uplaints should engross the whole time oi those
who would be competent and successful in their treat
ment ana cure. The Luexpcrieiiceu general praedl
iouer, having ncltlier opportunity nor time to make
hansel! acquainted with their pathology, commonly
pursues olio system of treatment, in inos. cases ntak
1 ig an indiscriminate use of that antiquated and dan
gerous weapon, the Mercury.
HAVE CONFIDENCE.
All wlio liave committed an excess of any kind,
wlict.iur ik he mu hoi.iuiy vice oi youili, or toe sting
ing rebuke oi misplaced confidence in mature** yuu<-,
SEEK FOU AN ANTIDOTE IN SEASON.
The Pains and Acllcs, and i*assituiio luid Ncrvou*
Prostration that may follow impure Coition, ore
the BCiunietor to the whole system.
Do not wait for toe consummation that is sure to fol
low: do not wait for Unsightly Ulcers, for
Disabled lambs, for Ja»s of Beauty
and Complexion.
HOW MANY THOUSANDS CAN TESTIFY TO
THIS BY UNHAPPY KXPKUiKNCE!
Young men troubled with emissions in sleep,—a
complaint generally the result of a bad habit in
youth,—treated scientifically, and a IKUioct cure war
ranted or no charge made.
HardLy a daj~passes but we arc consulted by one
or more young man with the above disease, nnue o*
whom are as weak and emaciated as i hough they ban
the consumption, and by their fiiends supped t»
nave it. All such cases yield to the proper and unl\
correct course ol treatment, and in a short tone art
made to rejoice in perfect health.
MIDDLE-AGED MEN.
Tliere are many men at the ago oi thirty who art
troubled with loo frequent evacuations lVom the blad
der, often accompanied by a slight smart nig or burn
ing sensation, and weakening the system in a manuei
the patient cannot account for. On examining ti t
urinary ueposits a ropy sediment will often be found,
anu sometimes small particles of semen or albumen
will apiiear, or the color will be of a thin milkisli hue,
again changing to a dark and turbid appearance.
Tii at* are many men who dio of this diiliculty, ignor
ant of the cause, which is the
SECOND STAGE OF SEMINAL WEAKNESS.
1 can warrant a perfect cure in such cases, and a
full and healthy restoration oi the urinary organs.
Persons, who cannot personally consult Uio Dr.,
can do so oy writing, in a plain manner, a description
of their diseases, ami the appropriate remedies will
be forwarded immediately.
All correspondence strictly confidential, and will be
returned, if desired.
Address: 7)r. J. B. HUGHES,
No. 5 Temple Street (corner of Middle
__ Street J, Portland. Me
tF* Send a Stump for Circular.
Electic Medical Infirmary,
TO THE LADIES.
DU. HUGHES particularly nvltesall Ladies, wh<
need a medical adviser, to call at his rooms, No. C
Temple Street, which they will find arranged for tlieii
especial accommodation.
Dr. H.’s Electic Benovating'Medieines are unrival
led in ellicacyaml superior virtue in regulating all
Female Irregularities. Their action is specilic am'
certain of producing relief in a short time.
LADIES will tind it invaluable in all cases of ob
struciions after all other remedies have been tried ii
vain. It is purely vegetable, containing nothingir
the least injurious to the health, and maybe taktu
with perfect safety at all times.
Sent to any part of the country, with full directions
by addressing DE. HUGHES,
No. 5 Temple Street (corner of Middle), Portland.
N- B.— Ladies desiring may consult one of then
own sex. A lady of experience in constant attend*
ante. _ lant.l8G5d<£w
MEDICAL ELECTRICITY
DR. w. n7 dewing,
jMedical Electrician
171 MIDDLE STREET,
Nearly Opposite the (lulled Slates Hotel
WHERE be would respeetlully announce to the
citizens of Portland and vicinity, that helms
permanently located in this eity. During the three
years we have been in this city, we have cured some
ot the worst forms of disease in persons who have
tried other forms ot treatment in vain, and curin'
patients it. so short a time that the question is oiTeti
asked, do they stay cured? To answer this question
we will say that all that do not stay cured we will
doctor the second time without charge.
Dr. D. has been a practical Electrician for twenty,
ono years, and is also a regular graduated physician.
Electricity is jierfectly iskiptcd to chronic diseases in
the form of nervous or sick headache; iieuraimulin
the head, neck, or extremities; consumption“when
in the acute stages or where the lungs are not luilv
involved; acute or chronic rheumatism, scrofula hi!
diseases, white swellings, spinal diseases, curvature
of the spine, contracted muscles, distorted limbs
palsy or paralysis, St. Vitas' Dance, deafness, statm
dieting or hesitancy ol si>eeeh, dyspepsia, indiges
tion, constipation and liver complaint, piles_we cure
every case that can be presented; asthma, bronchi
tis, strictures of the chest, and all forms of leniale
complaints.
By Electricity
The Rheumatic, the gouty, the lame and the Inzv
leap witlt joy, and nfbve with the agility and elastic
ity of youth; the healed brain is cooled; the frost
bitten limbs restored, thu uncoutli deformities re.
moved; faintness converted to vigor, weakness :o
strength; the blind made to see, the deal to hear and
the palsied form to move upright; the blemishes 01
youth are obliterated; the accidents of mature lilt
prevented; the calamities ot old age obviated ami an
active circulation maintained.
LADIES
Who have cold banes and leet; weak stomachs, lam
and weak backs; nervous ami sick headache; dizzi
ness and swimming in tho head, with indigestion and
constipation of the bowels; pain in the side and hack;
leucorrhtea, (or Whites); ClUIng of Die womb with in
ternal cancers; tumors, polypus, and all that long
train of diseases will hud in Electricity a sure meant
of cure. For painful menstruation, too profimi
menstruation, and all ol those long line ot trouble
with young ladies, Electricity is a certain specif,.
and will, in a short time, restore the sufferer tu the
vigor of health.
TEETH J TEETH! TEETH I
Dr. D. still continues to Extract Teeth bv Elec
tricity without pair. Persons having decayed
teeth or stumps they wish to have removed for reset
ting he would give a polite invitation to call.
Superior Electro-Magnetic Ma.hires lor salt
tor family use, with thorough Instr-t. tions.
Dr. D. can accommodate a lew patients with boari!
end treatment at his house.
Office hours from 8 o’clock A. M. to 12 M.; front 1
to G P. M., and 7 to 9 in the evening.
Consultation tree. nnvltl
CHEROKEE CURE,
TUX GBr.VT (
INDIAN MEDICINE,
Cures all diseases caused by
self-abuse, vix.1T
| Memory, Unite real Lati
tude, Pa in* in the Bark, L>im
zne** of Vision, Premature
3 Old Age, Weak Nerve*, l>ijfl
dcult Breathing, Pale Counte
* nance. Insanity, C<tn*nmp
tion, and ail diseases that ful
iow as a sequence or yoiithnil indiscretions.
The Cherokee Cure will restore health and visor,
stop the emissions, and effect a permanent cure
alter all other medicines have failed. Thirty-two
page pamphlet sent iu a sealed envelope, free to any
address.
Price $2 per bottle, or three bottles'for $5. Sold
by all druggists; or will be sent by express to any
portion or the world, on receipt of price, by the
solo proprietor,
Dr. W. R. MERWIff, 37 Walker St., N. T.
Cherokee Remedy,
Cures all Urinary Com
plaints, viz: GmotL Injlam
.motion of the Bladder and
WKidney#, Retention of
I Urine, Stricture* of the
\Vrethra, Dropeieal Swell
Tinge, Bride Duet Dejnmte,
and all diseases that require
a diuretic, and when useU ia
conjunction with the
CHEROKEE INJECTION,
does not fail to cure Gleet and all 3/u*
cons Discharge* in Male or Female, curing recent
cases in from one to three dags and ia especially
recommended in those cases of Fluor Albus or
White? in Females. The two medicines used in
conjunction will not fail to remove this disagreeable
complaint, and in those casee where other medicines
have been used without success.
Price, Remedy, One Bottle, $2, Three Bottles, IS.
“ Injection, “ * $2, * a ^
The Cherokee‘‘Cure,” "Remedy:' and " Iniec
lion are to be found in all well regulated drug
shores, and are recommended by physicians and
druggists all over the world, for their Intrinsic worth
and merit. Some unprincipled dealers, however,
try to deceive their customers, by selling cheap and
worthless compounds,—in order to m.k» money—
in place of these. B« not diceirtd. If the d.ru*’
gists will not buy them for you. writ. *®
will Si nd tliem to you by express, securely packed
and free from observation. We treat all dtaawa to
which the human system Is subject, and will be
pleased to receive fulfand exjdWi «*rtem«ito ft«m
til.*' who have failed to jeeelve relief heretofore.
Ladies or gentlemen cin address ua in ptrfect con
Menrn w. dS“ to send onr thirty-two page
oainnhlet ft-ee to every Isdy and gentleman in the
landPh Addw, »H letters f.ir pamphlets, medicine*
or alvhe teTae sole proprietor.
Dr. w. B. MEBWIB. 37 Walker 8t.. B. 1>
look AT THIS!
Second-Hand Clothing,
FOR SALE
By WM. BROWN, No. 9f Federal Street.
Clothing of all hinds Cleansed and Repaired In
good style, and at short notice. marM&n
Auction Sales.
-—" ■ . -
E. M. PATTEN & CO., Auctioneers, 18 Exchange St
Groceriesd at Auction*
ON SATURDAY, May &tl), at 10 o'clock A. M., at
office, will be sold i-rmels Beef, Molatsen, bread,
Cases and Ki gs of Picklf b. Spites of all h Inus, Her
ring, Mustard, Cream iaricr, Blacking, i t lfete,
Soap, fVas, Tobacco, Crockery and Glass Ware and
Harnesses
Also, an invoice of Dry Goods.
Sale positive, sun or weather lair or foul.
May 24dtd
Horses, Carriages, Sleighs, &c.,
AT AUCTION!
W^iPuu*. ** ** L'arrtiigfcii, Sleighs, Kelt..
kiv.r, Siti„r,,„y n| , , a.t,trk A> M>f
«f S11**1*0’Culn‘r Federal tml Lime sia.,
wliere CurrU ,» can „i„rM1 4III, Uoraes ho uilid >1
desired, previous to Ui- utter ihe tah
These'sales null I* uude-cover,aud held without
regard to weather.
* BAILEY & Co., Auctioneers.
March 1—dtf
SliFltlFF’S hai.il
STATE OF MAINE.
Cumbeblamd, ls.
BY virtue oi a warrant from the Supreme Judicial
Court, 1. cnthc2-d day "f Mar, A. 1). 1mo
seized and took a stcuia engine called the Betsey, and
it will bc.sold at public auetiou to tlie liiglusi bidder
on MONDAY, the 28th day of May, .\. I>. 1866, at 11
o'clock in the torenoou,at Winslow’s Machine Works,
No. 1 Manufacturers*Block. Union street, in the city
of Portland in saiu county of Cumberland. Teims ol
sale cash.
Dated at Portland Mav 24, A. D. 18C6.
GKO. \V. PA 1 :iv i :R, SherifT.
may24til HENRY BAILEY & CO., AucPro.
Valuable House at Auction.
ON TUESDAY, May 2t>, at3o’clock l*. M. on the
premises, wc shall well House No. ID dray St.—
it is a one and a half story wooden house, finis! ed
throughout; good cllar; hard and soft water; i nd
gas throughout the h'ia>o. Thore is a very des ra
blc llower garden in e niucNition. This p. oiK.*rty is in
a very excellent neighborhood anil desirable Ur a
residence. Sale positive. Title clear.
t*» nr DAILEY & (Jib, Auctioneers.
May 25—dtd
E. M. PATTJEN & CO,, Auctioneers, 18 Exchange St.
Valuable and Desirable
CITY irilOP'EUTY
O N F It E F S T It E E T,
AT AUCTION.
ON FRIDAY, June 1st, at 3 P, M., on the prem
ises, corner ot Free and Oak street.', Will he
sold the very at tractive t proi»evty formerly owned
and occupied by ilon. •). T. alcC'obh. This lot hm
a iront o*i Free of about eightv-one loot l*v abuutone
hundred and fifty-tl.rce f et on Oak street, in all
about twelve thousand three hundred and ninety
thre ' leet; on the piembes is a three storied mansion
house, with a large wing, built in the. most thorough
manner, the w hole containing some thirty ro» ms, ar
ranged for convenience, all in good rejo.r with the
modern improvements, such as gas, water, lmaling
and cooking arrangement*, etc. 'ibis pioperty is
.situaleJ on one of our most delightful street*, almost
in the very heart ot the city, h-tndy 10V I he man of
business, and yet tar enough from nu:sc and bustle
for a quiet home, and is in tact the most «.c sir able
residence that has been off red at auction Dus sea
son. This property v 1:1 be sold without the least re
serve, and on term* favorable to the purchaser. For
particulars call on J. 0. PROC TER, Lime Street, or
on the Auctioneers. innyl7dtd
EDW« M. PATTEN* Si CO.* Auctioneers*
No* 18 Exchauge St.
Livery Stable Stock
.A.T AUCTION!
ON TUESDAY, June 5tli,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. M.,
.
at the well known stable stand opposite the Elm
House, recently occupied by Mr. U. H. Babcock,
will be Mild,
Without the Least Reserve,
the entire stock of
Horses, Carriages, Harnesses, etc.,
consist ing in par t 'as follows, viz:—One Brett In ex
cellent order, with Horses mid Hanu^ses all ready
tor work, ten Jenny Liml* and Top Buggies, live two
and tour wheeled Chaises, tliice excellent Carryalls,
with other carriage*; a!a > eleven Horses and Mares,
all well known in this community for speed, endur
ance and honesty, suitable lor livery or l&rnily use,
having l>eeu selected, owned and driven before pur
chasing by one of our l>est Horse fanciers.
LIKEWISE,
some twenty Harnesses, double and single, made to
order ol the best oak Mock and mounted with heavy
plate, together with all the stable furniture, such as
Kobos, Whips, Halters, Saddles, Shawls, Ac., etc.;
also oilice furniture, Walnut Desk, Racks, Engrav
ings, Stove, Wilder Sale, etc.
Jn calling attention to this sale 11 is with Die assur
ance that every lot and number will be sold without
the least reservation to the highest hnl ,er.
inay26dtd
NEW PERFUME
FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF.
spiiioi’i
V
A ITIost Exqniiiu*. Dclirnte mid Frn
urnnt Pprlumr, Distillrd from the
Ilnrp and Rcniitiful Flower froua
which it tuhr* it* nnnar.
Mauufjictured only by PIIAI.OY Sc HOIV.
^ Beware of Counterfeits.
Ash for J*halon*n—7V»kv no other•
Sold by druggists generally.
For sale at W holesale by \V. F. Phillips & <’o.
Jan. 1, ISOC—coa&eo\\6in
OLEASANT to the palate, cause no pain, act
A promptly, never require increase ot dose, do not
exhaust, and tor elderly persons, females and child
ren, are just the thing. Two taken at nigh* mov
tlie bowels mice tlie next morning. Warranted
in all cases ot Piles and Falling of the Meet urn. We
promise a cure lor all symptoms of the Dyspepsia,
such as Oppression after eating, Sour Stomach, Spit
ting of lood, Palpitations; also. Headache, Dizziness,
Pain in the Hack and Loins, Yellowness of tfie Skin
and Eyes. Sick Headache, Coated Tongue, Pdllous
ness. Liver Complnint. Loss of Appetite, Debility,
Monthly Pains, and all Irregularities. Neuralgia.
Faintness, Ac. Travelers _nnd thP Lozmyes ,a*t
what they neat, as thejpare so compact and iofuinroH*
that they may be earned in the vt st pocket. Price CO
cents per ln>x; small boxes 30 cents. For sale by J.
S. HARRISON & CO., proprietors, No 1 Tremont
Temple, Boston. Will be mailed to any address on
''enclosing 8ft cents. mlytdlv
Clayed Molasses.
350 [IHDS. I SUPERIOR CLAYED MO*
JESSES* now lnmling j*»r
Brig J. W. Driako, from Cardona*, for >nl. by
LYNCH, JiARKER <C (Vi„
April 7-dll »3» C.»».rrcl-I S..
Portland Academy!
Summer Term begin* Mag 28, ’60,
'Anil C'outinar* Eight W«L»
Masters and Misses of nil ages and attain
ments received at any time in the term.
THK ClasilcaJ Court? is sirtlieiently extended to
enable young men to enter on) college in tke
department for yanng ladles, instruction is
turnlsbed by competent teachers in till the Higher
ip..Hull branches, In Latin, French, tlenuan, Draw
ing Music. Ac
A Ibuitcil number of privale pupils. In classes
or ringly will still be attended to. *
Terms $1.00 per week.
f* O, FILKS, Principal'
f- ** Hanover St.
May 18—d3w*
PORTLAND CIT? LAUNDRY
No. ltd Hanover St.
LINEN of alt kinds WASHED and CLEANSED
without injury to iliu Unest lahrus.
GENTS’ LINEN
Got up in the Best Possible Manner,
At Hhort Xotloe.
And Sali.farlinn linraMerd in all t'nues.
C. BARKER.
N. B.—Special attention paid to cleaning Bed and
Mattress Ticks.
Nor 4—dtf
Notice. ‘
OLD CIDER is wanted and will be received In
.mail quantities, as well a. larger quan«iie,%M
caad paid at No. 25 Commercial Street.
April 18, 1808.—dtf

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