Whittier lo Colfa*.
CoUhx!—well chosen to preside
O’er Fieedom’s Congress, and to guide,
As one who holds the rein* ot late,
Tlie current ol its great debate;
Prompted l»v one too wise and good,
And fair, withal, to be withstood,
Here, from our northern river banks,
I send to thee my hearty thanks
For all the patience which has home
The w^ary to »t ol Bunkum’s horn.
The hissing of the Copperhead,
And Folly dropping words of lead!
Still foremost, though Secession’s In ad
Be crushed, with scornful heel to tread
The lite out trom its writhing tail!
As wise, firm, taithlul to the end
God keep thee, prays thy sincere tncuo,
JOHN G. WHITTIER.
A “fjittlc Niory” about Grant.
A correspondent furnishes us with the fol
lowing incident, illustrating one ol the lead
ing traits iu the character of our luture Pres
During the Petersburg cauipaicn of lbd4
several privates were engaged in unloading
barrels ol “salt horse” from a transport at
City Point and were iu charge of a lieuten
ant of a New York regiment, who took ev
ery occasion to show his authority. To one
ol his abusive remarks one ol the privates
made reply, whereupon the lieutenant admin
istered severe kicks to the offender, who
offered no resistance, but continued on wi tli
his work. A short, thick-set man, wearing
a slouched hat anil a rather seedy officer's
cloak, hereupon threw off his cloak and,coat
and proceeded to help to unload the trans
port. After tlie task was accomplished, the
officer donned his coat and cloak and asked
the lieutenant, in very civil terms, his name
“Lieut.-of the New York volunteeis.
By what authority do you dare ask such a
“lieport yourelf immediately to your colon
el under arrest, by order of Gen. Giant, lor
cruelty to your men, and remember that
abuse of privates by officers is not tolerated
by tbe present commander of this army,” re
lied the “thick-set officer,” lighting a cigar
and walking slowly away.
AliEIVt V I'Olt
Gutters and Conductors I
rpHE undersigned having purchased ot E. L
JL GttUEBY his stock of Gutters, Conductors, Ac.,
have removed the same to their whan, where wo
shall continue the agency, and be glad to supply all
who will lavor us with a call.
STkVlilMN A itll Ultlfl.h,
Niuifb’M Pier, toot ot Maple si.
Seines, Weirs, and Netting
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Varnished and Fitted Complete in the best
Mackerel, Puhagen. Herring and
Cotton Net, Seine nud Putent Twine,
SEA ISLAND COTTON, FLAX, AND LINEN
Seine Rope,Cork Buoys, leads, £e,
Constantly on band aud manut'icturcd to order by
H. J; G. W. LOUD,
89 Commercial Street, BOSTON,
Agent* lor Brcman’s Patent Seine Rings.
May 28 dCmos
J. M. ROLSTON,
No. SI UNION STREET,
Whitening. Coloring aud Tinting
•f Wall*. Wood aud JMarhlc Imitated,
and Woods filled in Wax or Oil.
May 28. dlw
Found at Fast!
A WASHING MACHINE
THAT will wash clothes perfecly clean without
the use of the wash board. It is the
Monitor Washing Machine !
Patented by J. R. Madieon, ot Illinois, Aug 21, 18Gii,
and one ol the Machines is on cxbibiti n at S. C.
KUNDLETT & CO’S, Inventors’ Exchange, No 95
Federal street. Portland, Me.
It needs only to be tested ito convince the most
skeptical of its practical utility.
The public are most iespctfullv invited to call and
County and Town Rights lor sale by
D. J. TRUE. General Agent,
may29-d2w* For Maine and Massachusetts.
Portland Hiding Academv
f|lHE subscriber would take this opportunity lo say
JL he is ready to torm classes and give
on the road, and with his well trained horses, thinks
he can make it equally tale and much pleasant* r
than in the ring. Also GOOD SADDLE HORSES
First Class Livery Teams 1
to let at reasonable rat*, s.
J. W. ROBINSON,
may 30*11111 South Street.
- OF THE-.
J. M. KIMBALL & GO’S,
302 ami 301 Congress Street,
ipHE subscribers have now on hand and tor sale
L the largest and best stock ot Carriages ever ot
tered in New England, comprising in part Harry
hIIn of all descriptions; Houpcn and Cabriola*,
both Platlonn and Perch. The finest lot of Top
Baggie* in the world.
Side Spring H ugoim, Open Bnggic«, Mun
Shade.*, Koikaway*, tJat-uuder
Buggies^ A c , Ae.
Light and heavy carriages ot all descrip!ions made
to order. Being the oldest carriage establishment irf
the state, itbe senior partner having had over thirty
years experience) and ‘’knowing our business” and
giving it our personal attention, we can safely say
that we defy competition as to quality of work, style
ami elegance ol finish, and our low prices bring
these very desirable Carriages within the reach oi all.
JI3r“Call and examine and be satisfied.
J. M. Kimball. Z. Thompsov, Jr.
--■-s ■ — ■ ..
Merrick Thread Co.
(Warranted iOO Vards.)
IT is claimed that the above is the Best Ameri
can Spool Cotton. It is smooth and strong,
and will be found perfectly reliable for Machine or
ff*The colors are superior to any other make.
FOR SALE BY
Retailers Ocnerally in flic Stale of Maine,
And by the following Jobbers iu Portland:
Lane A Little,
Woodman, Trne At Co.,
Deerlng, iflilliken A €'o.
Merrill, Prince A Co.
New Crop Teas.
Some very Choice New Drop Teas,
Selling Cheap at tlio
«X apaneso Tea Store ,
85 Federal St.
Feb 29-dtf WM. L. WILSON.
Corn, Feed, Aco.
N. G. DRAW,
Offer. for «ale nl No. ISO Commercial Ml,
Fellow and Mixed Cor n,
Meal, Cracked Corn,
May 18-dtt Feed, Salt, Hags, dbc.
Clapboards & Shingles.
100.000 CEDAR 811IN4S1.es.
Will be sold low If called for soon. Spruce Dimen
sions turnished at short notice, by
JL. T, BROWN & CO.,
muy25dtl Head of Brown’s Wharf.
A Young Eady
tXTHO is a very capable Seamstress, desires to ob
▼ v tain a lew more customers to sew lor, by the
day or week. Address A. W. D. Portland P. O.
A GOOD GIRL WANTED to tie general house
work in a small family.
Cir'Gooil reference required.
Apply at the COUNTING ROOM OF THE DAILY
PRESS. May 22-dtt
A MAN with from $150 to $200 iaah, can hear of
a splendid chance for a good business paj lug 500
per cent, protit, by applying lo A. J. COX & CO.,
General Buslnes. Agents, 351 j Congicsa st. uiay27tt
Sit uation Wanted.
A PERSON in every respect w ell qua Hied as gen
er.il manager, clerk or caterer in a Hold, de
sires a situation. Apply to JOSEPH GRAFFAN at
the Preble House. niay24 d2w*
\ YOUNG MAN is desirous of obtaining a situa
tion in jin insurance office or wholesale house —
Has had iMiisMerable business experience. Refer
ence furnished if required. Address W. K. L., Press
IWlmi. m iy23dlw*
IN any kind of office busiiieS' or a wholesale house,
1 where good character and ability will ii sure con
stant employment. Address M Pr ess Office.
Cook Wanted 2
IN a private family. Good wages will be paid to
one well recommended.
STEWAKD OF UNION CLUB.
May 19 dll
FIliST CLASS COAT MAKEKS, at 3 Free Stieet.
A. E. WEBB.
WANTED—AGKNT*—$75 to $2i)0 per
montli, everywhere, male and female, to
introduce the GENUINE IMPR >VE*J
COMMON SENSE FAMILY SEWING
MACH 1NE. This Machine will stitch, hem
loll, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid, and em
broider in a most superior manner. Price
only $18. Fully warranted for five years.
We will pay $1000 for any machine that
will sew a stronger, more' beautiful, or
more elastic seam than ours, it makes the
“Elastic Lock Stitch.” Every second stitch
can he cut, aud still the cloth cannot be pulled
apart without tearing it. We pay Agents from $75
.to $200 per month and expenses, or a commission
»rom which twice that amount can be made. Ad
dress SKCOMB & CO., PITTSBURG, PA., or BOS
CAUTION.—Do not be imposed upon by oilier
parties palming oft worthless cast-iron machine-, uu
I her ihe same name or otherwise. Ours is the only
genuine and really practical cheap machine manu
tactnrcd. may 16- l&wlm
Book Agents Wanted
For “PEOPLE'S BOOK OF BI03RAPHY."
IjY JAMES PARTON, the “Prince o’ Biograph
ic ergj** containing l.veso' distinguished perflOUiof
all ages and countries. Women ns well as Men. A
handsome octavo book ot over 6''0 pages, illust-ra'ed
with 12 bcaulilul Steel Engravings. No competition.
Agents say it sells taster than auy book they ever
sold. Terms liberal. Send lor descriptive circular.
A. S. HALE & CO., Hartford, Conn.
April 23. d&wfcw 18
At the old stand and tried oftice
351 1-2 CONGRESS STREET,
Between Oak aud GreemSfrcet*,
Employers! Girls ! Men ! Boys!
Agents! Everybody !
“W E NTILL I. I V E , »
AND having spared no pains in advertising, &c.,
we have daily arriving by the St John boats,
and from all quarters, large numbers of first rate
Provincial and American Girls, and arc confident
that we can upply a’l persons wanting Girls lor any
We have the custom now of more than 1500 Fami
lies, 100 Hotels, &c., in this city and throughout
New England.and guarantee satisfaction.
Particular attention paid to supplying
Summer Houses arid Hotels
Everywhere with good, RELIABLE HELP.
Men for all si Illations supplied toEmploycrs gratis!
50 Gii In Wauled erery day ! 200 Agent*
W mi led to canvass lor new articles.
The best place in New Englaud to apply for held
or situations is at the
Old General Agency and Employ
BOf-Be sure you find the right place. Enquire for
a. j. cox & co.,
351 1-3 Congress Street,
May 16-Utf POKTL.AN1), ME.
Wanted to Charter.
r«ri VESSELS to load “Guano” at
v “Sombrero,” “Swan Island,” “ltodon
vN do,” and “Orchilla,” lor Ports North ol
>^“Hatteras.” Also vessels tor coal from
_r> New York to Aspinwall and Deals
from St Johns NB, to Ports in Ibe United Kingdom.
INGRAHAM & WHITCOMB,
ap28dtl 85 Commercial Street, Portland, Me.
Furnished House to Let.
a The four story Brick House No 34 in the
Park strpet Block, w ill be let tor one year to a
tenant with a small family. Possession given
June 1st. Apply to L, D. SHEPLEY, 88 Middle st.
Furnished House to be I et.
MThe three story brick house No 54 State st,
furnished, will he let for 6 months, to a ten
ant with a small family. For terms apply to
JOHN C. PROCTER.
May 27 dlw 93 Exchange St.
House to Let.
CHAMBERS corner of Cumberland and Ander
son streets, conaining eight rooms, will be rent
ed to a family without small children.
Apply to RICH’S Printing Office, cor. Exchange
and Fore streets. niay27d3t
ONE 3 story brick Store, No. 59 Union St. Also 2
and 3 stories Hopkins’ Block 149 1-2 Middle St.
Apply to ST. JOHN SMITH.
Hotel fur l ease.
The Intel in Portland, on the corner of
Middle and India, streets, known as the St.
Lawrence House, having been entirely re
constructed and enlarged, and furnLdied
with all the modern improvements, win be
ready to lease by Jun tnrsf. Sai l hotel con
t ins thirty-two s’eeping rooms, large and pleasant
Office, Parlors, Arc. Is within less than two minutes
walk ol the Grand Trunk Depot, Liverpool Steamers,
Boston Steamers and Mali tax Steamers, and the
Horse Cars piss its entrance. The location is very
desirable in every way for Hie accommodation ot
travelers and city boarders. The lessee will have to
furnish the house. Proposals for lease will be re
ceived any time within two weeks from date. Ad
dress or applv to
on the premises, or at 44 Atlantic St.
Portland, May 18,1*C8. maylh-dtt
A FRONT OFFICE in McCarthy’s Block, over
Storo No. 181 Fore Street, recently occupied by
W. J. McDonald Enquire of
_ charlks McCarthy,
apt25dlit N<\ 99 Middle Street.
For Sale or to Let.
1WE first-class, three-story brick house, with free
stone trimmings, number 35 High street.
For particulars inquire at No 30 Exchange street,
Spanish Consulate's, between 10 A. M. and 3P. M.
• TO jletT
A HALL 42 B V 72 FJBUT,
mid IS fc«‘t lliuh,
OVER ill EK( HANTS’ KX|!HA\GF.
For particulars, &c, apply to
W. VV. THOMAS, JR.,
marl 2d If On the premises
tosi AND FOUND.
BETWEEN Exchange and Temple streets, a small
sum of money which the owner can have by
calling on W. F. HILL, No 97 Federal st, and prov
ing property and paying charges.
May 30 d3t*
IN o. 137 Middle Street
Having just returned Iroin Market with a
First Class Stock of Cloths!
- FOR -
Men’s and Boys’ Wear l
is ready to make them into Garments of all kinds,
At tlie Lowest l*rices.
„ All Garments Warranted,
CUTTING for others to make done at short
ALU OLD CUSTOMERS
and everylKxly el.-e are invited to call and see for
April 1, 1868. dtt
Spiral Egg Beater /
1ATEST and best, easiest cleaned, costs less, works
J easier, and is the best EGG BE ATE K ever otter
ed to the public.
a large assortment just received.
Schooley JSc \Vinship,s patent, upright and chest
lorm, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers and Moulds.
Ware. larg° as8nrtluent of Tin, Japan and Wo den
REAL GERMAN CANARIES,
gplewlid »‘"ge.8, can be found at No. 30 Market
May|U. dim C C'
BEING no longer in the employment of the Horse
Railroad Company, 1 shall be pleaded to see mv
friends at my SHOE Stork, 132 Middle Street, where
I shall continue the purchase of Mutilated t'urreney
or It not too badly torn w ill take it in exchange for
Boots and Shoes. M. G. PALMER. !
February 4. eodtt
SHOULD see that her^Faiher and Brothem
go at once and secure a Policy in the •
Mutual Life Insurance Company,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
One of the Oldest, Largest and most Reliable Com
panies in the country.
Over $13,000,000 00.
Dividends for Twenty Years have averaged
more than 50 per cent.
B. PLUMMER & SONS,
For ftfaiue uud the Brilinh Proviuces,
Ofllce No. 30 Exchange Street,
April 23. janlBtl
Family & Day School,
(Established 1850 )
PUPILS are received into the family of tlie Prin
cipals where they enjoy the privileges ot a pleas
They have the special attention of the teachers who
at all times gives them the aid and direct ion necessary
to a rapid advancement in their studies, and exer
cise such care and guardianship as they need.
For particulars address
No. 54 & 50 middle Street.
I^HE Summer term of this Institution will com
mence May 25, and continue 10 weeks. Par
ticular attentiofi given to each Student.
Thi evening school, connected with the above, will
he open May 18, when instruction will be given in
Book-keeping, Writing &c., Terms ot evening
school 42.00 per month. For turther particulars,
address P. J. LARRABKE, 'A. B. Prin.
May 13 dlw then eodtf Box 933.
On the Opening of Spring,
WILLIAM r. BECKETT,
No. 137 Middle Street,
HAS supplied himself with the choicest and most
Gentlemen’s Spring Over-Coats.
BUSTNESS and DRESS SUITS,
Pantaloons and Vests I
That can be iound in the market.
Amoug these are several styles of Fabrics recently
imported, which are considered very hue
BEULAH which will Ye made up at the very loweRt.
GEIfParticular attention paid to cutting garmeuts
to be made up elsewhere. may 12-d4w
- AND --
Gents. Furnishing Goods I
All new and just manufactured, and to be
Sold very Cheap for Cash I
CALL AND EXAMINE'
our goods and learn our prices.
LEWIS & NASH,
179 Fore Street.
May 2. dlf
Star Match Corporation.
w. & o. E. MILLION,
GENERAL SELLING AGENTS.
IN offering to the putlic the Star Match, we claim
tor them the following advantages to the censum
er, over any other Match, viz:
Each bunch is full count, one hundred.
Each gross contains 576 more than the common
The full count is equals to about six bunches more
in a gross than other matches.
They keep in any climate.
They have less odor than any other Sulphur Match.
They are longer than any other Sulphur Card
They answer both for Splint ami Card Matches
They do not black the wall when rubbed on it.
They are pocked in fine shipping order, in cases
containing 10, 20 and 30 gross each, in 1-4 gross pack
The above named firm are the solo Selling Agents
for ttte corporation.
E. P, GERR1SH, )
J. S. MARRETT, } Directors.
MANASSEIi SMITH, )
October 1. dtf
Fire Proof Safes !
Mteel Cheats. Vault Doors, Shutters and
STEAM EIRE-PROOF SAFES!
THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
THIS Safe has been tested with safes of every oth
er manufacture, and the result has been total
destruction to contents of all save the Steam Fire
Proof Safes, whose contents were Not Injured.
Manufactured to order of any size, with or with
out Steel Burglar Proof Boxes, and fitted up to suit
CHAS. STAPLES & SON,
Under the superintendence of MR. GEO. L. DA
MON, junior member of tbe firm, formerly Superin
tendent of the Tremont Safe and Machine Com
IVorka 215 Commercial Ntreet, Port
JST'We would refer to the Sa'es n the First Na
tional Bank, Portland Savings Bank, Hon. Geo. W.
Woodman’s Block, and Norway Savings Bank, as
specimens ot our work.
March 2, 1867. d3m
IS in the field again, and would announce to his old
friends and the public generally, that he has bought
out the old
Saloon Under Lancaster Hall,
which he has renovated throughout, and furnished
for a first class
Restaurant and Ice Cream Saloon!
where he hopes that his old friends will drop “ in ’
and help him “ out.” He is also prepared to serve
Wedding Parties and Families with every variety in
the way of
Cake, Confectionery, Fruit,
Ice Cream, &c„ &c.
The alwive place will he open on MONDAY .next,
March 23d, 1868.
The subscriber is happy to announce that he
has secured the services of Mr. BENJAMIN BAR
NETT, the well known French Cook, who has for
so many years officiated at most of the Public Par
ties, Dinners, &c., in this city and vicinity.
March 21. dtt
A Cure for Drunkenness!
Morton’s Great English Remedy
IS the greatest cure tor the love of strong drink
ever discovered; do not neglect this awful dis
ease, you can give it to your friends secretly if you
wish. Price $1.00 per bottle. Sent to any address
with full directions.
J, II. BOS WORTH, €ren’l Agent,
93 Hanover st, Boston, Mass , and 180 Race st, Cin
For sale by Geo C Goodwin & Co, M. S. Burr &
Co, Carter & Wilev, and John A. Burleigh, Boston,
Mass., and W. F. PHILLIPS & CO., Portland, Me
may22 lb, S, Tu lino
FOR SAL£. ,
ONE EIGHT HOUSE POWE*
0 Commercial St., toot ol Park St.
Portland, Aug 29,-dt
Great Inducements Offered,
TO parlies having from $200 to $2000 capital. Sale
investment, which parties can bo convinced of
qy applying to the N. E. Novelty Co., 99 Middle St.,
up one flight. may 21-dtl’
Houses for Sale.
T1HE new house near the corner of May ami Spring
Streets, and ihe one occupied by me, comer of
Oxford and Myrtle Streets. Each house contains
thirteen or fourteen rooms, finished for one or two
lamilies. Prices moderate. Term* easy.
_May29eodtl' _ M. G. PALMER.
Two Desirable Residences for Sale.
SWe offer Jor sale the two houses in the block
on the north-west corner or Swing and Brack
ett sts. This block has been thoroughly rernod
eled; gas introduced. Each house contains eight
rooms; hard and soft water; cemented cellar. Th's
location is one of the most desirable in the citv; the
horse ears run by Ihe door lo all parts ot Lite city.
Apply to GEO. R. DAVIS & CO .
Dealers in Real Estate, No. 1 Morton Block.
Lot tor Sale.
ffMIE valuable lot ot Land on llie north east corne
A 01 Congress and Pearl Streets, opposite the Park.
Lot 4oleeton Congress. 91 feet on Pearl street, for
terms, »Xv, iuquire of
lo JOHN C. PROCTER,
may30-(13w_ 93 Exchange street.
Desirable House for Sale.
MThe subscriber otf'ers for sale on favorable
terms, the pleasant and desirable residence No.
12 Monument on the corner of St. Lawrence
street. Size ot lot 50x90 feet. Tlie house is flDed
tor two families, lias 16 rooms, abundance of closet
room, brick cistern; healed bv a furnace in first anil
second stories; gas fixtures in each room; hot and
cold water in ihe kitchen and bathing room; water
closet, wood houses connected with house; flower
garden, bearing grape vines, &c.
may 27-eod 3w JOHN T. HULL.
rptlE lot of land on th • westerly corner ol Middle
X anil Exchange streets, measuring about 82 (feet
on Middle and 128 feet on Exchange streets, known
as the Fox lot.
Also (ho lot on the southerly comer of Exchange
and Federal streets, measuring about 100 feet on Ex
change and 165 teet on Federal streets.
Also the brick store No 192 Fore street, head of
Central Wharf, and now occupied by Rufus Stanley
& Son Enquire of
limy 25d2w __ A. I.. FOX.
House au«l Lot No. 10 Dow Street.
4 NEW 2^ story wooden house containing 13
il rooms with plenty closets and store room; nice
cellar with cement floor. Well ol pure wa er. Ce
ment cistern, capacity 40 hhds, Gas in every room.
Heated with Farnace. A good coal and wood house
connected. Every part is well built and finished
throughout. The lot contains nearly lour thousand
square teet, graded ;.nd prepared for a garden. This
is one of the best and prettiest medium class houses
now offered in this city, ami is sold tor no fault. For
t tu t her particulars enquire at the house, or at No,
154 Middle Street.
May 20, 1868. dtf
First Class House for Sale.
A new French ltoof House, near the
Park, containing seventeen nicely finished
'rooms, hot ami cold water, and ail (lie mod
fern improvements, together with a good
[sfablo and line garden spot. No pains or
expense has been spared in the getting up
ol this house, t itlier in workmanship or materials.—
The lot contains about 6000 square feet. It will be
sold on very easy terms of payment Apply to
W. H. JKKRIS,
mayl3 dtf Real Estate Agent, Portland.
Land lor Sale.
THE valuable lot of laud on Middle Street, bound
ed by Franklin and Fore Streets, being tbe
southerly corner. It will he sold on favorable terms.
Apply to WM. H. JKKRIS.
aprl8dtf Real Estate Agent.
For Sale at Gray Corner.
^ The property known as the “Ford
A Stand,” consisting of a large 2 story
Mi; , ; 4^ house, recently put in complete re
gal t.« n pair and made convenient tor twe
fr-i tenements; good porch and ban
and a large shop suitable tor any kii.d of a mechanic.
Ci.-tenr on.llie premises of 75 hogsheads; tine yard
in front and yery tine garden.
Gray. March 28, 1868. A. W. ANDERSON.
Seaside country Residence tor
A good 1$ story dwell- . ^
ing House and torty- tful/
three acres laud, in Fal- Atnir\
mouth, (tore side), seven Ila.
___ miles from Portianl—is
ethodist Meeting House. Buildings
all in complete repair, having been recently painted
and papered. Cuts about eight tons hoy. Plenty
of wood and water. This is one of the most pleas
ant places in this vicinity. It commands a fine view
of Portland on one side, and of Casco Bay upon the
other, and is on the main stage road to Yarmouth.—
Will be sold low to a cash customer. Apply to
WM. H. JERR1S,
mar3ldtt Real Estate Agsnt.
Heal Estate for Sale.
TpHE subscriber otters for sale two new houses,
X built in the most substantial manner and in
modern style. These houses art; near the corner ot
Congress and North streets, two stories high, with
seventeen rooms in each, good cellars, and an unlad
ing supply ot hard and soft water. They are in a
desirable location anil will rent readily at large per
centage. Terms liberal. Enquire of Messrs.
HEARN & CO, Comer ot Congress and North sts.
Portland, March 25,1868.-dtf
mWO on Congress near State Street, and eight
X lots on Emery, Lewis and Thomas streets, for
sale by W. H. STEPHENSON,
Feb 10, 1868.-tf At 2d National Bank.
For Sale—One Mile from Port
THE beautiful residence occupied by Rev. W. P.
Merrill, situated in Westbrook, on the Back
Cove road, known by the name of the Machigonne
Villa, The grounds are tastefully laid out with
walks, flower beds, splendid evergreens and shade
trees; about 200 pear, apple, plum and cherry trees
in bearing; plenty of currents and goosebeiries;
about -n acre ot strawberries—raised 1,600 quarts
this year. The lot embraces nearly tour acres, with
streets 60 teet wide all rpund it. The buildings—a
flue house with 15 rooms, French root and cupola,
and a piazza round three sides; warmed with tur
nace, good well and cistern in cellar; gardener’s
house and summer house, and good stable well
finished with cellar, at the low price ol $7,500.
Terms easy. For particulars cuquire on the pre
mises, or ot WHITTEMORE & STARS IRD, on
Commerc’al street; or FEKN ALD & SON, corner
ot Pro ole and Congress streets.
Sept. 3. dtt
Suburban Residence for Sale
On Back Cove Bond.
A fine Cottage house, containing
large parlor, sitting room, dining
room, kitchen, store roo »,nve good
chambers, with plenty of closet
_room, cemented cellar' and large
brick cistern; being the property known as the
“ Dodge Place ” About two acres ot good land, also
barn, carriage house and wood house.
lTl>on the place are 80 Apple and Pear Trees, to
gether with Grape Vines. Currant and Gooseberry
Bushes, and and an abundance Of hard and sort wa
This is a very pleasant location and one that should
□ot lie overlooked l»y any gentleman who would like
a country residence within ten minutes ride trom the
business'part of the city. For terms, etc., apply to
WM. H. JEKRIS, under Lancaster Ball, or to the
subscriber on the premises,
mayl- dtf THOS L HASKELL.
Lund lor Sale.
A PART of the late MaryS. Lunt’s Estate, near
Portland, via Tukey’s Bridge; in parcels to
suit Purchasers. Enquire in person or by letter of
Stroud water, Westbrook Adm’r of said Estate with
will anuexed. oct22-d&wtf
ill R N . COLBY
lias at her Rooms, No. 4 Cotton Street, a good assort
Millinery, Straw Goods, &c*
May 12. dtf
J. & C. J. BAR noun,
No. 8 Exchange st,
Have, for retail a LARGE STOCK of
Boots, Shoes and Rubbers
For Men’s, Women’s, Misses, Boy’s and Children’s
Belting) Packing) l!o*e,Clothing,Springs,
Mats. Spittoons, Tubing, Cushion*,
Gloves, with a variety of other
83T*Wliito Rubber Cloth for family imrno-es. 1ya
HEAVY RUBBER APRONS FOR CURRIERS
AND BRI( K-MAKERS.
jgp’Orders received for all descriptions of Rubber
Goods, and promptly executed
OAK LEATHER BELTS.
Hoyt’s Premium Oak Leather Belts—the most per
fect article in the market.
Page’s Patent Lace Leather.
Black’s Belt Studs.
S. It Lubricating Steam Engine Packing, &c, &c.
May 2 eod3m
A NEW_ IDEA!
Milliners, Dress Makers and
New York Branch !
F. LATNER & CO.,
Are ready to offer great bargains for file TRADE in
the line ot
Millinery Goods i
consisting of Ribbon*, from IVo. 3 to 120, in
Plain, Roiled and Watered.
Hat and Bonnet Erasnes,
Straw Goods !
in great variety.
AU Leading Styles and Shapes!
BONNET SILKS AND VELVETS.
A lull line ot black and colored Velvet Ribbons of
the best brands. Black and colored Dotted Laces,
Edgings Ditto. Plain and Frosted Silk Illusions,&c.
as we are connected with a large Jobbing House,
at Canal st in New York, and as we purchase all our
goods either at the large auction sales or direct ot
importers and manutacluiers, thus we will be ena
bled to sell them at the LowesfNew York Whole
sale Price*. Milliners and Merchants will find it
to their own advantage, by purchasing their goods of
us. As we will sell to them bv the yard or any
LENGTH of a piece, and by the single Hat at t he same
price as j jbbers would have charged l»y the DOZEN
or FULL PIECES.
TgfT'Keiuciuher the place:
New York Rrauch, 335 Congress * I reel,
Between Casco and Oak sts, Portland, Me.
F. Latner. M. M. Kmdel.
May 11 dim
Sperm, lard and Whale Oils,
Oi best quality.
HJBRICATINO OILS of various kinds,
such as are warranted to tfivo satisfaction for Heavy
and Light Machinery, at less cost than common Oils.
Sperm, Adamantine, and Paraffine Wax Candles,
best in the Market.
WIT!. A. HI DE,
April 18-eod3m 217 Fore St., Portland.
ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING-neatly and
promptly executed this Office.
R E M Q v A. R.
Has removed to
114 MIDDLE STREET,
Under the Falmouth Hotel.
R K M O V A. l7~.
Blacksmith, Horse-Shoer, Jobber,
A nd Sh ip- Sw •
Carriage and Sleigh Ironing and liepairing.
HAS REMOVED TO
No. I Cotton St., near Commercial.
BteiCBy carelul attention to business he hopes to
merit a share of public patronage. All work war
ranted satisfactory or no charge. may 15-d3w
W. W. THOMASf Jr.,
Has removed to No. 24 Exchange st., Thomas Build
apr 23 ing, over Merchants Exchange. d6w
WALTER COREY & CO,
Furniture Dealers !
HAVE REMOVED TO
No. IS Free Street,
Vn the Building well known an the
Where they are prepared to offer their tVieuds and
- OF -
First Class Furniture I
I)IM.\ G-ROOM QUITS,
Common Grades oi VV ork,
At prices to suit the most economical.
HAVING leased for a term of years the buildings
Mead of Hobson’s Wharf,
And Removed lo the
South Side of Commercial Street,
On said wharf, I am now able to offer to the trade a
good assortment of Long and Short
ICSp- Spruce dimension, all kinds, sawed to order.
Doors, Sashes and Blinds !
constantly on hand and tor sale by
No. 262 Commercial Street, Hobson’s Wharf, foot ol
High Street, febl3dtf
(Successor to J. Smith & Co.)
Manufacturer of Leather Belting,
Has removed to
WO. »a MIDDLE STREET,
Marrett & Poor’s New Block, where may befcund a
full assortment of Leather Belting, as cheap, and
equal to any in New England. Belting and Loom
Straps made to order. Also for sale, Belt Leather
Baeks and Sides, Leather Tiiminings, Lace Leather,
Belt Hooks, Copper Rivets and Burs. jyl9dtf
" a~. bTerhilL,
Counsellor and Attorney at Law,
has removed to 144} Exchange Street, opposite pres
ent Post Office. july9dtt'
YU E M O V A I j I
W. II. CMVFORV,
Counsellor at Ijaw,
And Solicitor of Patents,
Has Removed to
Corner of Brown ejh1 Congress Street*,
laieBROWN’S NEW BLOCK. dtt
< J. ,v ss
All Kinds !
«Snn Piping done
al ishoi t notiee.
EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND.
Gas Fixtures! Gas Fixtures !
We have connected GAS FIXTURES with our busi
Steam and Gas Fittings,
IEON RAILINGS, WINDOW SHUTTERS,
Grating**, Pumps, Ac., Ac.,
and are now prepared to furnish them as low as they
can be purchased in Boston.
Our stock is entirely new, and is selected from the
latest an<l most fashionable styles.
We invite persons who intend to purchase fixtures
to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
C. M. & H. T. PLUMMER,
Nos. 9,11 and 13 Unioii Street, Portland, Me.
September 12. dtt
Sea Foam Dentifrice l
THIS Preparation is recommended by eminent
Dentists, Physicians and Chemists, as being se
cond to none in use, for cleansing, polishing and
preserving the teeth, hardening the gums, and im
parting a pleasant odor to the breath; in tact it can
not be excelled. It acts not only as a powder, but as
a soap and wash, three in one. Contains no injuri
ons grit oi acid. Try it. For sale by all druggists.
M. D JOHNSON, Deutist.
October 30. d
rpiIE undersigned, formerly Superintendent of the
l Horse Railroad, respectfully informs his friends
and the public generally that he has leased the new
Stable on Plum Mtreet lor a term of years,
where he will keep a first-class Boarding and Bait
ng Stable. •
Also, constantly on hand good work horses and
entlemen’s driving horses lor sale.
®^Good Teams to Let.
mar21dttJ. A. MATHEWW.
2200 BUSHELS TIMOTHY,
8,000 Pounds Northern and Western Clover.
IOO Sacks Red Top.
150 Bushels Golden Drep Spring Wheat.
50 Bushels Millett.
lOO Bushels Hungarian Seed.
Also a large and select assortment o( Vegetable
and Flower seeds at Wholesale and Retail, at
Portland Agricultural Warehouse and
KENDALL & WHITNEY.
Portland, Feb 26th, 1868. fe27d3mis
Advances made or Goods to the
Island ot Cuba.
Messrs.CJHUROHLL, BROWNS & MANSON
Are prepared to make liberal advances on all kinds
of Lumber, Cooperage and Provisions, to any oi tlie
Ports of the Island, and their connections with the
first class Houses ol tlie Island, make this a desira
ble mode toi parties wishing to ship Goods to that
Portland, 16 Dec. 1867,dcIGtf
liouugeti, Spring - Beds aud Bedding
Manufactured to order at short notice.
Mo. 31 Free Street.
D. W. CLARK,
ICE HOUSE,MARKET STREET.
once U Exchange Street.
SEASON PRICES FOR 1868:
10 lbs. a day, from June 1st to October 1st, $6 00
55 <• .< “ a <* «i •* 8 00
2o << “ a ** a a “ 10 00
FORTY CENTS PER ONE HUNDRED POUNDS.
Jce will be delivered earlier than 1st June, and lat
er than 1st October, at the same rate per month as
during the season.
li not taken lor the tull season, the price will be
10 lbs. a day per month, $2 00
15 “ “ “ “ 2 50
20 “ u “ " 3 00
Notice of change of residence, if given at the Office
instead of the driver, will always prevent disap
Any customer leaving town tor two weeks, or more
at oh? time, by giving notice at the office, will be en
titled to a proper deduction.
Co'itp/aiuts against the drivers lor neglect, care
lessness. or any other cause, must be madk at the qf
Jtce, and will be attended to promptly.
May 26. d6w
Hard and White Pine Timber.
on hand and sawed to dimensions.
HARD PINK PLANK.
HARD PINE FLOORINU AND STEP.
BOARD*. For Sale by
STETSON & POPE,
Wharf and Dock, First, corner of E Street. Office
No. 10 State Street, Boston. may27d9ui
Dissolution ot Copartnership,
THE firm ot Clark & Str.iut is this Uav dissolved
by mutual consent. E. H. CLABK™
E. H. STKout.
E. H. Clark continues the business at 112 Congress
Street, aud settles all accounts of the late Him.
1 shall keep a lull assortment ot the choicest
Family Groceries and Provisions,
and by giving my strict attention to the business,
hope to receive a liberal share ol patronage.
, E. H. CLARK.
Cortland, June 1, 1868. dtf
K E. COOPER and s. STANTON Have this dav
,or the purpose of caf
rymg on the Plumbing business under theflrm name
It. E. COOPER & CO.,
At IOC* Fedora! Street,
C3P*Mark well the number.
Having been engaged in the Plumbing business in
Western Massachusetts during the past twenty years,
we are prepared to to Plumbing work in all its
Buildings fitted up for hot or cold water in the city
or country with neatness aud dispatch.
Lead Pipe, Pumps, Marble Wash Stand Tops, and
alMilumbing materials constantly on hand.
We refer to a few of the many* persons whom we
have Plumbed buildings tor:
Gov. Eliphlet Trask, Springfield, Mass.
M. & E.S. Chapin, Massasoit House.
Drs. Munday and Denurston, (Water Curers)
Dr. S. D. Brooks. State Farm “Sclieol Mansion.”
J. C. Parsons, Agt Parson’s Paper Co., Holyoke.
I. F. Conkey, Amherst.
W. H. Almy, Norwich, Conn.
JEIr'Orders solicite 1 and promptly atteuded to.
It. E. Cooper, S. Stanton.
^Portland, May 27, 1868. may20dtt
THE subscribers have this day formed a Copart
nership for the purpose of carrying on the
Corn and Flour busiuess, under the firm nam of
Albert Webb & Co , at No. 175 Commercial Sr.
W. G. CHADBOURNE,
Portland May 18, 1868. d&wlm
THE subscribers having entered into copartner
ship under the firm name of
G. W. COBB & CO.,
And having purchased the Stark Mills, are prepared
to furnish orders of every description ot Lumber, at
Sturdivant’s Wharf, foot of Park St. Portland. Me.
G. W. COBB. I. F. STURDIVANT.
• MERCHANT TAILOR,
AND DEALER IN
GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS,
NO. 107 FEDERAL STREET.
We have in store one of the finest assortment of
ENGLISH, GERMAN. FRENCH and DOMESTIC
CLOTHS, CASS1MERES, &c., that can be found in
Portland. These goods have beeu selected with great
care and especially adapted to the fashionable trade.
and at prices that cannot fail to please, and all goods
thoroughly shrunk and satisfaction guaranteed.
A call is respectlully solicited. Thankful to triends
or past patronage, hoping to merit a continuance o
janOdtf M. H. REDDY, Proprietor.
Ordinance Against Dogs.
SKC. 1.—No dog shall be permitted to go at large
or loose, in any street, lane, alley, court or trav
eled way, or in any inclosed or p-.blic place in this
city, • uutil the owner or keeper of such dog, or the
head of the family, or the keeper ot the house, store,
shop, office, or other place where such dog is kept or
harbored, shall have paid to the City Marshal two
dollars tor a license for such dog to go at large.
Sec. 7.—In cate any dog shall be found loose or go
ing at large, contrary to any of the foregoing provis
ions, the owner or keeper thereof, or the head ot the
family, or keeper ot the house, store, shop, office, or
other place where such dog is kept or harbored, shall
forfeit and pay a sum not exceeding ten dollars.
AM persons are hereby notified that 1 shall cause
all dogs to be destroyed which shall be found at large
within tljg city, in violation of the above ordinance,
unless the owner or keeper shall have procured a li
cense on or before the 20ih day of May.
J. S. HEALD, City Marshal.
Marshal's Office, Apr. 30,1868.-11
Sewing1 Machine !
THE FIRST AND ONLY
Button-Hole Making and Sewing
That has made its advent in this or any other coun
" This Machine is warranted to execute to the high
cat degree ot perfection all kinds oi Stitching, Hem
ming, Felling, Tucking, Braiding, Quilting, Gath
ering and Seictng, etc., and all kinds of work done
on any other Machine. It also works a beautiful
Button-hole, embroiders over the edge ol fabrics,
works Eye-let holes and makes the over-seaming
stitch, by which sheets and pillow-cases are made as
by hand, feats which no other machine can do, hence
as we can do every kind of sewing all others can do
and several kinds none others can. ours is unquestion
ably tar in advance of any other Machine in the mar
ket, and is the best to buv.
We have establish'd a permanent agency at 135 1-2
Mi 'die street (up stairs) aud we are desirous to have
everybody in the city and vicinity call and see these
wonderful Machines. Examine into their merits—
see what beaufiiul work they will do—and get a sam
ple ot the work.
The lady in charge ol the Machines will take pleas
ure in showing and explaining them to all who may
favor her with a call, and we earnestly invite all to
call and see them in operation before purchasing. A
Sewing Machine is to last a lile time, and hence fhe
one that will do the greatest range of work, and do
it the best, is the one to buy.
We have sold nearly a hundred ol these Machines
in Concord, N. H., and vicinity, and every one speaks
in the highest praise of them. Call and get a circu
lar of recommendations.
All kinds ot silk and cotton thread, and the best
Machine oil tor sale.
Instructions given on the Machine gratuitously to
all who purchase Machines.
All kinds ot plain and fancy stitching done to or
Call and see us. GEO. W. DREW, Agent,
May 2 135 1-2, Middle street, Portland Me.
TO MANUFACTURERS. MACHINISTS, and all
those using or dealing in Oils, I ofter the annexed
list at the Loweitt Price*.
PA dR AFFINE,
WHA LE, and
ALSO, OIL SOAP, a superior and cheap arti
cle for woolen manufacturers’ use.
AUG. P. FULLER,
208 FORE ST.
The Greateat Disc©very of the Age,
FOR fHE RELIEF OF PAIN.
IT is used both externally and internally, for all
the purposes tor which a Liniment is used, and
is superior to any preparation that, the skill o t man
has yet, discovered.
As an external remedy it lias never been excelled.
IT WILL CUBE
Sprains, Bums, Bruises, Pains in the Head, Chest,
Side or Back; Pains and Sores in the bones
and Muscles; Pains and Stiffness in the
Joint8; Neuralgia. Colic Cramps
and Pain in the Bowels; Cholera
Morbus; Dysentary; Bites and
Stings; Scald Head; Tooth
Ache; Sore Throat;
roughs, Colds, Inflammation, Ac,, Ac.
Dirctious for the use ot this Valuable Pain De
stroyer in all the various diseases, will be found
around each bottle.
It is an indispensable medicine in every family
who desire to be provided with a safe aud reliable
remedy for all the above ailments.
Manutactured aud tor sale at wholesale, by
ATWOOD & HALL, Bangor, Me.
W. W WHIPPLE & CO., Agents for Portland,
21 Market Square. feb27codtf
JUST RECEIVED, A FRESH ASSORTMENT OF
French Axmlusters, or OToquettes,
Extra Eng. Velvets,
Queen Victoria Velvets,
WITH BORDERS TO MATCH.
Also—Another invoice of French Patterns.
Extra Heavy Brussels.
J. LOVE JOY & CO.,
Summer, cor. Washington St.
may 19 BOSTON. eod6t
No. 31 Free (Street.
Upholstering, Furniture, Repairing
PACKING AND SHIPPING FURNITURE,
Varniihi% and Polishing done at abort
W. F. FREEMAN.
Hack for Sale.
S. C. RUNDLETT * CO.,
may30dtt No 95 Federal Street.
TO ALL PARTS OF THE
W B 8 T .
rwuimminThan by any other Route, from Maine
all Points West, via the
ORaxu TRUNK RAIL RAY
Tickets ut Lowest Hates
. New York Central, Buttalo and Detroit.
Trtrnk Ticket om" a,’ply at 282 Congress at. On ml
jp.TtlHJ&wly p. u. B|. twcBAHO,
1° Xr;t \ eleiig
M®m aI'l Mo'ittiTw simm
West, South aud North West,
By all tlie principal Routes, via. Koston aud
Worcester to Albany and ihc New York
Ten ini I Kail way to ftftuJTulo or ftiaijgarH
Vails; thence by the Great Wester a or Lake
Whore Itailronds, or via New York City and
the Lrie, Atlantic aud fSrcat Western and
Pennsylvania leulrnl Railways.
ror sale at the Lowest Kates at the Only In*
iou I icknoaiw, No. 49 M Eichnngr SI.,
D^u. juL1XTIiE & Co*’ Agents.
, On and after Wednesday. March 25.
1*8 trains will run as follows .
Passenger trains leave Saco River for Pori Sand at
5.30 aud 9.00 A. M., aud 5.40 P. M. Leave Portland
lor Saco River 7.15 A. M., 2.0‘» and C.15 P. M.
Freight trains leav^ Saco River 6-50. A M.: Poi (land
12.15 P. M.
k£*-Stag©H0onasot sfc ttc.baiu for West Gorham,
ftc^udish, Steep Palis. Dale win, Denmark. Sehago,
Bridglon, Lovell, iliram, Biovruliold, Irvebnrg,
Conway, Bartlett. Jackson. Liiuiogcon Cornish.Por*
tar. Freedom, Madison, ami Eaton, N. U.
At Buxton Center for Wait Buxton, Lounv-Vagle
Bmth LUnington, Limio^tcn, Limerick, Newtield,
P«raousfleld and Ossipee.
AtaioaarappaforSouth Windham, Windham Bill
and North Wind hum .daily.
14 v order ol the President.
Portland, March 19, 1868. mar 25-dtt
SACO & PORTSMOUTH R. R.
Commencing Momla), May 4th, 18t h,
ns&sZSSiHEl Passenger Trains leave Portland daily
Sundays excepted) for South Berwick
JunotionTPortsmoutli and Boston, at 6.45, 8.40 A. M,
and 2.55 and 6.00 P M.
Leave Boston tor Portland at 7.30 A. M., and 3.00
and 6.00 P M.
Biddeford lor Portland at 7.30 A. M., returning at
5.20 P. M.
Portsmouth for Portland at 9.20 and 10.00 A. M.,
and 5 CO and 8.00 P. M.
The train leaving Portsmouth tor Portland at 10.00
A. M , does not stop at intermediate stations.
On Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays the 6 o'clk
P. M. train to and from Boston will run via Boston
& Maine R. R., stopping only at Saco, Biddetord,
Kennel*unk, South Berwick Junction, Dover, Exe
ter, Haverhill and Lawrence.
On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays it will run
via Eastern Railroad, stopping only at Saco, Bidde
tord, Kennebunk, South Berwick Junction, Ports
mouth, Newburyport, Salem aud Lynu.
Freight Trains daily each way, (Sunday excepted.)
F KANO IS OH ASK. sunt.
Portland, April 25, 18€8. aprg<t
GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY !I
ami alter Monday, Nov. 11, 1867.
^^BBiHMtraius will ruu as follows:—
Express Train lor Lewiston and South Paris at 7.40
Mail Train tor Watcrville, Bangor, Montreal, Que
bec and the West at 1.10 P. M.
Local Train for South Paris, aud intermediate sta
tions, at 5, P. M.
No baggage can be received or checked after time
Traius will arrive as follows:—
From Lewiston, Auburn and South Paris, 8.10 A. M.
From Montreal, Quebec, Bangor, Wa
terville, &c., at 2.15 p.m.
Local Train from South Paris aud in
termediate Statons, at 8.00 P. M.
The Company are not responsible tor baggagedo
any amount exceeding $50 in value (and that person
al) unless notice is given, and. paid tor at the rate et
one passenger for every $500 additkma value.
C. J. Bit YDGES, Managing Director.
H. BAILS Y, Local Superintendent.
Portland, Nov 9, 1867.dtf
Portland & Kennebec R, R,
| Summer Arrangement, Juue I, 1868.
rfftTrafflign Passenger Trains leave Portland at 1
WPIPBP. M. daily for all stations on this line,
anafor .Lewiston, Farmington and Stations on the
Androscoggin Road; also tor Bangor and Interme
diate stations on Maine Central road. This train
connects with trains from Boston leaving 7.30 A. M.
Leave Portland daily at 8*15 P M, lor Bath,Augus
ta, and intermediate stations, connecting with train
leaviug Boston 3,00 P M,
Passenger trains are due at Portland daily, at 8.30
A M, ami 2.05 P M; Freight trains at 2.50 and 6.50
Fare as low by this route to Lewiston, Waterville.
Kendall’s Mills and Bangor as by the Maine Central
road, and tickets purchased in Boston for Maine
Central Stations are good for a passage on this line.
Passengers from Bangor, Newport, &c., will pur
chase tickets to Kendall’s Mills only, and alter tak
lug the cars on this road the Conductor will fur
nish tickets aud make the tare the same through to
Portland or Boston us via the Maine Central load.
Stages for Rockland connect at Bath; and tor Bel
fast at Augusta, leaviug daily on arrivaloi train from
Boston, leaving at 7.30 A. M.; and tor Solon, Ansor,
Norridgewock, Athens and Moose Head Lake at
Skowhegan, ami for China. East and North Vassal
boro’ at Va*salboro’; for Unity at K end all’s Mill’s,
and for Canaan at Pisbon’s Ferry.
VV. HATCH, Superintendent.
Augusta, May 30,1868. junel-dtt
mm CENTRAL R. R.
V3R-3S3HP 1)11 aT1(1 Monday, April 15tli,
urrent, trains will leave Portland tor
Bangor and all intermediate station on this line, at
1.10 E. M. daily. For Lewiston and Auburn only, at
7.40 A. M.
S^Freight trains for Watervllleand all1ntenm>
diate stations, leave Portland at 8.25 A. M,
Train from Bangor is due at Portland at 2.15 P. M,
In season to corniert with train for Boston.
From Lewiston and Auburn only,at 8.10 A. M.
Nov. 1,1868 no9dt I
DU. J. B. HUGHS.
CAN BE FOUND AT HIS
PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS,
No. 14 Preble Street,
Next tbe Preble Bou.r,
WHERE he can be consulted privately, and wt'b
the utmost confidence by the afflicted, at
hours daily, and from 8 A. M. to 9 P. M.
Dr. H. addresses those who are suffering under tie
affliction of | rivate diseases, whether arising from
impure connection or the terrible vice of self-abuse.
Devoting liis entire time to that particular branch of
the medical profession, he feels warranted in Guar
anteeing a Cure in all Cases, whether of long
standing or recently controcted, entirely removing tbe
dregs or disease from the system, and making a per
fect and permanent curb.
He would call tbe attention of the afflicted to the
loot of his long-standing and well-earnad reputation
furnishing sufficient assurance of his skill and suc
CMMtlOM to lMeh*M|»lfe.
Every Intelligent and thinking person must know
hat remedies handed out for general use should have
their etiicacy established by well tested experience in
the liauds of a regularly educated physician, who>o
preparatory studies lit him for all tbe duties he must
fulfil ; yet the country is flooded with poor nostrums
and cure-alls, purporting to be the best in tbe world,
which are not ouly useless, but always iujuriou*.
The unfortunate should be particular in selecting
bis physician, as it is a lamentable yet incontroverti
ble fact, that many syphilitic patients are made mis
erable with ruined constitutions by maltreatment
from inexperienced physicians in general practice; for
it is a point generally rone died by the best syphilogre
dhers, that the study and management of these come
d hunts should engross the whole time of those who
would be competent and successful in their treat
ment and cure. Tbe Inexperienced general practi
tioner. having neither op|>ortunity nor time to mak
himself acquainted with their pathology, commonly
pursues one system of treatment, in most case* mak
ing an indiscriminate use of that antiquated and dar
gerous weapon, the Mercury.
All who have committed an excess or any kind
whether it be tbe solitary vice of youth, or the stink
ing rebuke of misplaced confidence in maturer years
SEEK FOR AH ANTIDOTE IN SEASON.
The Pains and Aches, and Lassitude and Nervous
Prostration that may follow Impure Coition,
are the Barometer to the whole system.
Do not wait for the consummation that is sure to fo -
low; do not wait for Unsightly Ulcere, for
Disabled Limbs, for Ix>ss of Beauty
■•w Mumj Theuaada Can Testify to This
hy Unhappy Experience!
Young men troubled with emissions in sleep,-a
comprint generally the result of a bad habit in
youth.—treated scientifically and a perfect cure war
ranted or no charge made.
Hardly a day passes but we are consulted by one i r
more young men with the above disease, some t1
whom are as weak and emaciated aw though they hsd
the consumption, and by their friends are supposed le
have it. All such cases yield to the proper and only
correct course of treatment, and in a short time are
made to rejoice in perfect health.
There are many men or the age of thirty who aie
troubled with too frequent evacuations from thb blad
der, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burn
ing sensation, and weakening the system in a man
ner the patient cannot account for. On examining
the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often be
found, and sometimes small particles of semen or al
bumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin milk -
ish hue. again changing to a dark and turbid appeal -
ance. There are many men who die of this difficult\
ignorant of the cause, which is the *y
SECOND STAGE OF SEMINAL WEAKNESS.
I can warrant a perfect cure in such cases and a
fill and healthy restoration of the urinary organs
Persons who cannot personally consult the Dr
can do so by writing, In a plain manner, a descrlp
wil’f £ ferwardefnmAiSotdy 8
b.mStfl""’ confidential, andwll.
Addretw: DR. J. B. HUGHES,
*T . . No. 14 Preble Street,
Meat door to the Preble House, Portland. Ve
Send a Stamp for Circular.
JClectic Medical Infirmary,
TO THE LADIES.
(mr,icHl»r|y Invites all I .a. lies, wl o
nie.Iicai adviser, to call at his rooms, Ho. !4
Preble Street, which they wil find arranged tor the r
i Pr' M^’u Mlectic Renovating Meiliclnes are unriva:
led ui etncaey and superior virtue in regulating ad
Female Irregularities. Their action is siwclfic and
“ftn'i! ot prtducing relief in a short time.
LADUtS will find it invaluable in all cases of ot
•tructions alter all other remedies liave been tried 111
vain. It iB purely vegetable, containing nothing in
the least Injurious to the health, and may be taken
with perfect safety at all times.
. Sent to any part of thecountry, with mil dlrecUot s,
by ad dressing DR. UUUU£S,
lanl.l865d&w. No. 14 Preble Street, Portland.
Lounge*, spring • «nd Bedding,
Manufactured to order at short notice.
Ate. .11 Free Hirer!.
Mar 21-dtt • ,
Mall Steamship Line
- TO -—
Halifax, IN. H.
, £ 'fho Steamship CABLOTTA, J. W.
V T. IT T* Magune, Master, will sail lor llalitax
dBffli Uireet, iron. Galt’s Wharf,
KVKKlf NATliRDAV, ,i 4 o’clock P. Al
Cabin passage, with State room, $7. * Meal* extra
Atlantic"whar'h Jj^rma’io 11 "1’P.J fo lSSiS,'
May 16, ltKiS. J°HX POKTKOU3, Ageul.
To Mt. Desert and Machias.
TWO TIUVSPEK WEEK.
p*, The favorite steamer LKWls
TON, Chas. Deering, Master, wll
lj?ave Kai'road Wliarl, foot of Stat e
ev.iry Tumday aud Fri
on arriva. of KxprtVtfaT.fT'l-'CU! S!iS'
lllM;k'-l1"'l,<:nslim', imcr Isle,
Sulgwick, Mt Desert, Millhridge uml JuiiPHitort
Rj,«Tril,,IK’j|VI 1 *4iJvc Maehiasport every Aloudiiy
Thuradny Iloruiug, at 5o’clock. *
Ihe Lewiston usually connects with Sand lord’s
Boston and Bang..r steamer at Rockland
BUSS & STUBDVIANT. General Agents.
179 Commercial street.
Portland, May 13, 1868. ,jtl
Maine Steamship Company.
<>n and aller the 18th inst. the tine
s' jBtfcSteaiaer Dirigo and Frauconia, will
4^, -■ 11111 *1 birth. r notice, run as follows;
MONDA Y and TH UKSDAY^t"'P^M^aHd
TH0SsDAY.£e4P.M°.rk’ eyery MOSii>AY
The Dirigo and Franconia are fitted up with fiue
accommodations lor passengers, making this the
most convenient and comtoi table route lor travelers
between New York and Maine.
Passage iu State Room $3. Cabiu Passage $4,
Goo s forwarded to and from Mont teal, Quebec,
Halifax, St. John, and all parts of Maine. Shippers
are requested to send their freight to the Steamers
as early as 4 p. m, on the days they letve Portland,
ror freight or passujc apply to
HENRY KOX, Uait’s Wliarl, Pori laud.
AMES> Pier 38 K. R. New York.
The new and su]>erior sea*going
steamers .JOHN BROOKS, ami
MONTREAL, having been lifted
'up at great expense with a large
'number of beautiful State Rooms,
will run the season as follows:
-Leaving Atlantic Wharf, Portluno tTo’cbsd
•ud India Whart, Boston, every day ,.t7 •’« lock, P.
M, (Sundays excepted.)
Cabin tare,. . ..4|.5b
Freight taken as usual*
L. BILLING ). Agent.
May 8,1868-dtt *
Inside Line to Bangor.
THREE TRIPS PER WEEK.
':anicr CITY OF RICHMOND,
'Uiaw K. Dennison, Master, will
jS^gJjUTIcave Railroad Wliarl loot ol Stale St.,
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and
rRlDAY Evening at 10 o'clock or on the arrival
ot Express Train liom Boston, touching at Rockland,
Camden, Belfast, Scarsport, Wmterpolt and Ilamp
leavo Bangor, every MONDAY.
WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY, morning at ti o’clock
touching at the above named Landing*.
For particulars enquire of
, ROSS <& STURDIVANT,
_ , . General Ageuts, 179 Commercial St.
Portland May 12,1-.6S. dtl
GREATLY REDUCE 1^ KATE*
Passage Tickets lor sale at the re
duced rate, on early application at
UNION TICKET OFFICE '
49 1-9 Exchange Hired, Portland.
W. D. LITTLE A CO.,
Mar 13-dtl Agents.
GREAT REDUCTION IN VAHWK
o & B ew Yoik/j
SHORTEST AND MOST DIRECT ROUTE! i
Inside I,ine, via Stoninglon!
Connecting with the New and Elegant Side-Wheel
ST0NINGT0N, and NABBAGAJTSETr,
Capt. Wrn. M. Jones, Capt. Geo. B. Hull.
Passengers will take Steamboat Express Train at
Boston and Providence Railroad Depot, Pleasant
Stree*, at« P. Hi., connecting at Stoninglon with
the above splendid steamers in lime for an early sup
per, and arriving in New York the following morn
ing iu lime for all the early trains.
N. B.—The steamers of this line touch at loot ol
19th Street. East River, to land passengers for the up
town Hotels, and the Harlem and the Hudson River
Regular Lauding in New York,
PIER NO. 33 NORTH RIVER,
One Pier above the Erie Railroad.
TICKETS, BBRTHS and STATEROOMS secured
at 134 Washington Street ; also at Boston and
Providence Rajlroad Station.
J. W. RICHARDSON, Agent.
May 4.18G8 dim
For Waldoboro’. Damariscotta
And Intermediate Landings.
- k Scamer “I’ka*. Hough
r ton*” ALDEN WINCHEN
+7httBACH, Master, will leave
ATLANTIC WHARF, Port
_SBBBUlaiKl, every WEDNESDAY
morning, at 7 o'clock for Boothbay. Round Pond ami
Waldoboro, ami every SATURDAY, morning at 7
o’clock tor Boothbay, iiodgdon’s Mills andDainaris
RETURNING will leave Damariscottaevery Mon
day, and Waldoboro every Friday at 7 o’clock A.
M, tor Portland and intermediate landings.
Freighi received at Atlautic. "Whart for Wal
doboro every Tuesday, and lor Damariscotta every
Enquire of HARRIS, ATWOOD & Co.,
or chas. McLaughlin & co.
- TO -
BRISTOL, B. I.
Only One Hour Thirty Minutes
BY KAIL FROM BOSTON TO BRISTOL.
CARS leave BonIoii ami Prsiidmcv Kail
road Station daily (Sundays executed), at 0.30
P. M., connecting with the New and Elegant
day8, Wednesdays and Fridays. Bristol, CAPT.
BRAYTON, on Tuesdays, Thursttnys ami Satur
Passengers by this lino to PHILADELPHIA,
BALTIMORE and WASHINGTON can connect with
the New Jersey, Camden and Amboy Railroad. Bag
gage checked through.
Tickets, Berths au<l State-Rooms secured at the of
fice ot the Company,
NO. 3 OLD STATE HOUSE,
and at the Station of Boston and Providence Rail
GEO. SH1VERICH, H. O. BRIGGS,
Agent. General Manager
Jan 17, 1868. dly
PURITY FOR THE HAIR!
No article was ever placed lelore nblic com
posed ot such perfect ingredients for promoti g the
growth of the Hair, or tor rendering it beautifully
dark and gl<*sy, causing it to curl or remain in any
doited position. It prevents the hail having a harsh,
wiry look. It prevents all irritated, itching scalp
skin. It affords a beautifully rich lustre. Its effects
will outlast any other preparation.
State Abbayer’b Office,!
20 State st., Boston, j
Messrs. Hursell, Wood A Co„
Gentlemen— l have analyzed IlurseU’s Purity for
the Hair and am lamiliur with the formula with
which it is made.
This preparation contains ingredient? which give
to it the desirable characters of a superior hair dress
ing. Is tree from Sulphur, Lead, Silver, Acids, Al
kalies, and may be used with entire safety.
(Sigued) S. DANA HAYES.
State As?ayer for Massachusetts.
Kir Prepared only by J. C. HURSELL A CO.,
No 5 Chatham Row, Boston. may 8 luSTuly
Orpins a ml flfelmleons
Of the latest improved Style and Toue, Manufactur
WM. P. HASTINGS,
ffo. IS chestnut Street, Cortland.
The Organ is the best Heed Instrument now in use.
voiced with a rich, mellow and imwerful lone. The
great aim has been to manufacture an instrument to
please the eye and satiety the ear.
Also improved Melodeons. the latest of which is a
newly arranged Swell, which does not put the in
strument out of tune.
Also keeps on band Piano Kories ot the best slvles
and tone. do»eodly WM. P. HASTINGS.
gjr“Price list sent bv mail.
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