Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, November 28, 1866, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated November 28, 1866 Page 4
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tltB WAttKBW. ttevien of tke IWwrkci FOB Tilt wkkK. endiwi Nov* 27, 1866. I’he business t ransactfoas of the past week have been fair, it being the week before Thanksgiving day, and as usual, brought to market many purchas ers. In the unsettled state of the merchandise mar kot, the purchasers have not been disposed to enter deep, but have contented themselves with buying just «9 much as their present wants require; prefer ring, under present to exercise the utmost caution, rather than to extend their stocks. “Drummers” by the regiment, principally troin Boston, liave been spreading themselves through the State. But, so tar as we can learn, their success has not been equal to their seal. Our country merchants are rather skittish about giving orders for goods, and ih.* drummers havo found them rather better posted upon the condition of the merchandise market than they thought for. The consequence is that the Bos ton merchants will not be able to run off their old | fctocks in this State, but will have to shove them in- 1 to me auction rooms. (4old, which in our last report we left at 141^, re coded during the week. On Wednesday it was 141}; Thursday, 137J—it sold at 137 during the day; Friday, 13SJ; Saturday, 138}. Monday, 26th, it opened at l'Wf» hut efforts of speculators, with bugbear sto ries ol ditilculties wii^i France and Engl and shovcj it up to 110'. TuesiLiy it opened at 140} and run up 10 142}. APPLES—There lias been a large supply of fruit d.iriug the week, but prices havo not shaded off, es pecially for choice, which commands from $3 fit) to S1 50 per bbl. Dried are plenty and dull at quota tions. ASIIES—The price for potash is firm, but the de mand is limited. BEANS—There is a better supply in the market and they are coming forward more freely; but no change is made, as yet, in prices. BREAD—There is no change in quotations. The demand for pilot and ship continues to be good. BOX SHOOKS—Dullness and inactivity prevail and prices are nominal. Tliev aro coming in freely am! stocks arc accumulating; but the views of liold oi s do not meet those of the shippers, and the latter hold off for lower prices. The shipments as yet havo been unimportant. BUTTER—There is a downward tendency, as the market is well supplied. Tubs of clioieo, in lots, have been sold at 38c aud selected tubs, singly at 41c. Tnere is ct.u&iderable Canada butter in the market, offering at 36^38c. CANDLES—There is a good demand for Trow bridge’s moulds at our quotations, which are the fac tory prices. CHEESE—The market is well supplied with good Vermont and New York, and prices have shaded down. CEMENT—Trices unchanged. Tho demand con tinues to be large, but the supply is good. COAL—There has been more of a demand the past week. Dealers are ilrm and prices unchanged. COOPERAGE—A brisk demand for all kinds, and orders are ahead of. the manufacture. The stocks of all kinds of cooperage are very light. CORDAGE—With light demand prices remain firm, and there is no change from last week’s quota front). DRUGS AND DYES-A fair business has been transacted, and prices remain unchanged, except Bi carb soda, which has gone down to 11c. Alcohol has receded to *4 55 per gallon. DUCK—The demand for Portland duck is large and it is taken up as fast as manufactured. Prices are unchanged. DK Y GOODS—Trade has somewhat slackened oft', country dealers having supplied their immediate wa its. Cotton goods of every- description are lower. Tho fail in staudard goods nos been from two to throe cents per yard. It is supposed the lowest point has been reached, and that n any further change takes place it will be of an upward tendency. Ths market is not overstocked with brown cottons, though bleached goods are in excess of the demand. The woolen goods market is null and depressed. Manu facturers ure running their mills now on one half and two thirds time. The goods have been sold at a great loss to tho manufacturers. FISH—The market is well supplied and prices are nominal. Tho demand grows less aud prices rather favor purchasers. Fishermen are unwilling to sell at tho present low rates, and are taking their fares home to wait tor advanced prices. FLOUR—The receipts during the past week have • been very scanty, and complaint is made by the deal ers lhat they cannot obtain their Hour on the Grand Trunk road. The receipts in Boston last week were the largest ever known lor ike same period of time, be ing ab nit SO,031 bbl.'. On tl.e shipping and low grades of Hour there is a decline from last week’s quotations of about one dollar per barrel. On the liigh grades there is no concession, the quantity in the market not being equal to the demand, in general, dulncss rules—there being no chance tor speculation, and con sumers buying as sparely as possible. FRUIT—Raisins are lower, layers selling at $4 30@ 4 -10 per box. Lemons are lower, and selling at $9o> $<10. Peanuts have receded to $3 75. Figs are in abundance, and sellingai 18c@20c. There are a lew Havana oranges in the market but none of any ac count. GRAIN—The market remains steady at our last week’s quotations. The stock of corn is ample. HAY—Dealers are paying $22 and $23 per ton for the best pressed liay, but the farmers do not seem disposed to bring their stocks freely into the market. HIDES AND .SKINS—The transactions have been rather light. There is no variation in price. IRON— There has been a disposition in the own ers of furnaces to advance the price of domestic iron, but the decline of gold and the increase of stocks ia the foreign article lias checked the tendency toa rise, and the probability is iliat if gold cuntinucs at its present rate there will soon bo a reduction in prices. LAIiD—With the decline in pork, lard goes down. There is a still further reduction in the price ami the article is dull. LEAD—With a steady demand for sheet and pipe, prices arc unchanged. LEATHER—The market is dull and prices ara lower. The demand fur boots and shoes lias also thll cuotf except lor the stout winter article. LIME—The demand continues to be very large, but tho supply is ample. The price does not vary from last week. LUMBER—The market is active for all kinds of lumber, and prices are fully sustained at our quota tions. MOLASSES—-The stock of molasses is very small, and holders arc stiff at our advanced quotations. The market rules dull at present, but prices have an up ward tendency, NAVAL STORES —Spii its of Turpentine is selling at *32c. No change in other articles. OAKUM.—The market is steady at last week’s prices. OILS—Tho demand for Portland Kerosene con tinues large at C5c by the quantity and 70c by the sin gle barrel. Linseei^liasshaded down since last week. Lard oil is lower. ONIONS—The arrival.! have been free and sales from vessels made ut $1 5ft@2per bbl. Prime silver skins ore selling from shops jjt $2 25@2 50 per bbl. PAINTS—Wc note a slight* reduction in leads.— There is a good demand. PL ASTER—The market j.i w oil supplied and price.! are lower. We quote soil at $2 5a and linrd at $2 00 per ton. Ground is selling at $9 00 at wholesale and #10 at retail. PRODUCE—The market is well supplied with all kinds of produce. Beef is plenty and poultry is now brought in in more abundance. Our quotations give the prices for good lots. Eggs are lower, and selling at 33c®35. Potatoes are plenty and prices are well maintained. For choice potatoes #2 2D@2 50 per bbl. is obtained. Shipping potatoes bring 50c®00 per bushel. Sweet potatoes are selling at $4 00®4 50 for g »od Jersies. Cranberries are selling at $4 per bushel. PROVISIONS— The stock of beet In the market is very light, and there is no change in our quota tions. The downward stampede on pork continues, and our quotations this week arc Horn $2 to #5 per bbl. lower than they were last week. Round hogs have been sold in the market at 11c per lb. RICE—The trade is moderate for Rangoon. There are no Carolina rices in the market. SALT—Steady under the recent slight advance. The demaud is good. SOAPS—The demand for Leatlic & Gore’s steam re line l soaps is well maintained and orders are com ing in from all ove r thecountry. Our quotations give the factory prices. SUGAR— There is no change to not# except for the refined, which are lower, and we quote granu lated, crushed and powdered at 16}o@l6. STARCH—Firm at the reemt a .vance, with a moderate demand. SHOT—There is a slight deeding in both drop mid buck shot. TEAS Firm and steady, for the stocks on hand, with but few transactions. TINS— There is a fair demand for all kinds of tine. Stocks luive been replenished by rcc.nt arrivals from Europe. TOBACCO—We have no changes to note; the mar ket is dull and prices steady. VARNISH—No change, ihe demand continues to be goad for all kinds. WOOL—A dull market. Prices are lower, and in fact nominal; and, until there is a movement in man ufactured woolens, the raw material must continue to fall. , _ . , ZINC—The demand lias been good, hut no change in prices. , . FREIGHTS—The engagements reported since our last are Bark Mary E. Libby, for Cardenas at 23c for box shooks, 45c for sugar hhd shooks, and $10 M for hoops; Brig God. W. Chase, for Matanzas, with box shooks at 23c; new Brig Agcnora, for Havana, with box shooks at 20c, sugar hhd shooks at 40c, and , hoops at $10 I* M; Bark H. P. Lord, for Matanzas, with box shooks at 23c ; Brig Mary C. Comery, to ond at WlFcaseet for a port north side Cuba with box shocks at 20e; Bark Acacia, hence to Havana with box shooks at 21c, and sugar hhd shooks at 40c; Nor wegian Bark Firklovert, hence to Buenos Ayres with dumber at $13 |> M gold. _ Portland Dry Goods Market* COTTON GOODS. Inches. Trice. Heavy Sheeting,...%.m ^ II* fine Sheeting,.fn'. '1 % £ fine Sheeting!. f.f.M ft Shirting.27 to 30.Lij®. 1-5 BLEACHED SHEETING. Good Bleached Sheeting..35.Jlajw 3J| Good Bleached Sheeting,.9-8.35 ® 37 i Medium SUeefciDg,.88.17 & Shirting,.27 to 32.1 *1® 15 DRILLING. Heavy Drilling,.*.30. 22$@ 26 Medium,.*-30.20 ® 224 Corset Jeans,...15® COTTON FLANNELS. Heavy Cotton Flannels,.. .25 @ 30 7J odium Cotton Flannels,.20 ® 25 I Bleached Cotton Flannels,.25® 37£ i STRIPED SHIRTING. Heavy Striped Shirting,.30. 25 @ .?0 Heavy Striped Shirting,.27.22J ® 25 Medium Striped Shirtiug,.27.17 ® 20 TICKING. Heavy Ticking,.37$@ 55 COTTON ADES. Heavy double and twist,.45® 55 DENIMS. Heavy Dctims,. .40 ® 45 Medium Dsntms,.25 ® 32$ CAMBRICS AND PRINTS. Colored Oambrij*...124® 15 Best Prints,.. ..16 ® 18 Medium Prints,...14 ® 16 delatn** DeLaincs. ..25 @ 20 cbash. Crash,. .1.11**1 17 BATTING, WADDING, &C Cotton Batting, lb,..’... .18 ® 26 Cotton Wadding, lb,. f 35 Wlcking.55 ® 65 WOOLEN GOODS. Kentucky Jeans,.25 @ 52* Satinets,.50® 85 Union Meltons,.75 @1 00 Black Union Casslmeres,...80 @100 Black all waoi uaa»»was,. 11 , • I go $16# Black Doeskins.? «>* i6 Fanoy Doeskins.mi. ..122,SIX Bepeflant, 6-4,...137J®146 WOOL CLASSELS, Bit.e Mixed Twilled Flannels,,.32i'nj 05 Blue and .Scarlet,.40 @ 65 While, plain, .*.{-l.15 a) 50 White, plain..56.60 Cyj 70 Porilaud IVhole»ale Price# Current. Corrected for the Press, to Nov. 27. Apples. Union t' brL 2 50 ^ 4 50 I '.’coking $i bu. 50 r.w 75 Dried & lb.... 10 (g; 13 Western do. 12 AsheB. Pearl p lb.none Pot. 10 @ 11 Beaus. Marrow p bu. 2 50 ij/> 3 oo Pea.8 00 (oj 3 25 Blue Pod.2 50 it 2 70 Box Bhooks. Piuo.. so {a; B5 Bread. Pilot v loo ihl2 oo «13 oo Hot ex 100 lblO 12 00 Ship.o 50® 10 00 t'raekcrsipbrl 6 75 « 50 @ 55 Butter. Family p tt>.. 38 @J 40 Store. 25 @ 28 Candles. Mould pin. . 10 @ 17 Sperm/.. 40 i® 12 Cement. p brl.2 40 @ 2 50 Cheese. Vermont p lb IT @ 1:> Xew York.... 17 @ 10 Coal—(Retail i. Cumberland. 10 50 @11 00 Lorb’jr&Diamond.iU n lOj Lehigh.10 50 @11 00 Red Ash.0 30 @10 00 White Ash. o 50 @10 00 Coffee. Java p lb. 39 @ 42 Rio. 26 @ 30 Cooperage. Hhd.Sli'kb& lidti, Mol.City. ..3 ii5 @ Sug.City.. .2 75 @ 3 00 Sug. C’lry.. 1 Bo @ 1 75 C’tryRiftMol. HUd. Sli’kH. 2 00 @ 2 25 I llid. ll’d’gb, Soft Fine... 25 @ Hard Fine.. 30 @ Hoops,(14ft).35 00 @40 00 it.Oak Staves50 00 @55 00 Copper. Cop. Sheathing 43 @ V.M.Sheathing3:i @ V. M. Bolts... 35 @ Cordage. Americanplb 2i)f@ 21 Manila. 25 @ 2-> Manila lioltropc 25 @ 25j Drugs and Dyes. Alcohol p gal 4 55 @ Arrow Root... 30 @ 70 Bi-Carb Soda 11@ Borax. 30 @ Camphor . ... 125 @ Cream Tartar 35 @ 55 indigo,.1 50 @ 1 85 Logwood ex... 10 @ 17 Madder. 18 @ 20 Naptha p gal. 35 @ 53 Opium p ib. 11 25 @11 50 Rhubarb.5 00 @ Sal Soda. 5 @ 5: Saltpetre. 1G @ 28” Sulphur. 7£@ Vitriol. 18 @ P- ok. Xo.l,. @ 90 No. 10,. @ 54 Ravens. @ 40 Dyewoods. Bar wood. 3 @ Brazil Wood.. 13 @ < aimvood .... 9 @ 10 Fustic,. 4 @ 5 Logwood, campeachy. 3 @ St.Domiugo 2j}@ 3 Nic.Wood- @ Feacli Wood.. 8@ Rod Wood.... 7J@ 8; SapanWood.. @ Fish. Cod, p qtl. Large Shore G75 @ 8 00 LnrgeBank 5 75 @ G 50 Small.3 75 @ 4 25 Pollock.4 00 @ 4 75 Haddock,new 2 0o @ 2 75 Hake.3 Oil @ 3 25 Hpn-inrr Lead. •beet* Pipe. 12f@ 13 Leather. New York, Light. 3ft @ 34 Mid. weight 31 @ 3« Heavy.. 37 @ 4o ! Slaughter .. DO @ *>•> km.Calt.... 100 @ 180 Lime. tocklM,cask 1 45 @ 1 55 Lumber. ;lear Piue, Nos. 1 & 2....55 00 @0<» 00 <o. 3.40 00 @42 00 No. 4.20 00 @25 00 tipping-21 00 @24 oo spruce.11 00 @10 oo hmension Spruce 20@25 demlock_15 00 @18 oo I Jlapboards, SpruceEx..26 00 @27 00 Pine Ex.... uoue. shingles, Cedar Ext. .4 50 @ 4 7ft CedarNo.1. 3 00 @ 3 25 shaved Cedar 6 75 “ Pine 0 75 Laths, Spruce.3 00 @ 3 60 Piue.none Molasses. Porto Kico.75 @ tO Jieufuogos.... 00 ',a> 65 Trinidad. 63 @> 55 Juba Clayed.. DO @ 52 Clayed tart. 45 @ 4s Muscovado. 55 @ 60 Nails. Jask. @ 7 25 Naval Stores. Tar 4> brl.. .5 00 @ 5 50 Pitch (C. Tar 13 25 @ Wil. Pitch .. .5 00 @ 5 50 Rosin.7 00 @ 12 00 Turpontine |> gal. 92 @ Oakum. American „.. 101 @ 13] Oil. Kerosene,.... 65 @ 70 Sperm..3 50 @ Whale.I 60 @ 1 70 bank.33 00 @34 00 .Shore.29 00 @?2 00 i’orgie.19 00 @-24 00 Linseed. 144 @ Boiled do.1 .'*0 @ Lard.160 @ 1 75 Olive.2 25 @ Castor.3o0 @ Neatsfoot .... 1 85 @2 00 Ouiuiis. Siv’skinsjj) hi. 2 @2 50 Paints. Portl’d Lead-17 50 @ Pure Grddo.16 50 @ Pure Dry do. 16 50 @ Am. Zinc,... 13 00 @ Rochelle Yel.. 4 @ Eng. Veil. Red. 4$@ Red Lead. 16 @ 18 Litharge. 15 @ 17 Piaster. Soft, 4> tun. ..250 @ Hard.2 00 @ 14round.9 00'@ 10 00 Produce. Beef; side 4* lb 10 @ 13 Veal. 8 @ 10 Lamb. 10 @ 12 Chickens. 17 ,n) 9o Turkeys. IN @ 20 Geese. 18 @ 23 Eggs, doz.. 33 @ 35 Potatoes, V bhl 1 7o@2 00 Cranb’s bush 3 5o@ t is) Provisions. Mess Beef, Chicago,.. .21 00 5.23 00 Ex Mess. .24 00 @2C 00 Pork, Extra!dear @32 00 Clear.28 00 @30 Oft Mess.25 00 @26 00 Prime_21 00 @22 Oft Hams. 16 @ 17 Bioe. Rice, & lb.... 10 @ 12 Bum. New England 2 55. Hal arat.n a Shore, bl.B 50 @ C 5') Scaled,$hx. 4<» @ 50 No. 1. 25 @ 35 Mackerel <|>bl. BavNo.l.. 18 00@P>00 Bay No. 2. 16 50@16 00 Bay No. 3. 13?3@14 25 Shore No.1.18 50 @19 50 Shore No.3. 9 00 @10 00 Flour. White Winter chotce xx 16 0G@1;50 xx 14 50 @16 00 x 13 00@14 00 Red Winter xx. 14 50@ 13 CO x. 13 0O@ Spring xx* • 14 01® 11 50 x.. 13 2B@ 14 00 Superfine .11 50 @12 50 St. Louis & Southern Superior xx 16 ^*@18 00 Canada Superior xx 16 00@16 50 Michigan & Western Sup’r xx .. 15 69@1G 50 Fruit. Almonds—Jordan lb. Soft Shell... @ 40 Shelled. (a) 55 Pea'Nuts_ 3 75 @ Citron, new... 40 @ Currants. @ 18 Dates, new_22 @ Figs,.new 18 @ 21 Prunes,.. 18 @ Raisins. Bunch,$>bx 4 00 @ 4 25 Layer.4 30 @ 4 in Lemon*, box 9 00 @10 00 none Grain. Torn, Mixed..] 33 @ 1 10 West’n Yellow @ 1 40 Rye.1 4o @ 1 45 Barley.1 20 @ 1 v5 Oats. 75 @ fco Shorts %) tou.35 00 @3* 00 Fine Feed. .40 0) @ 45 00 Gunpowder. Blasting.5 50 @ 6 00 Sporting.6 00 @ 7 60 Hay. Pressed lonr2 o0 @23 00 Loose.20 00 @25 00 Straw. 12 00 @15 00 Hides and Skins, j Buenos Ayres 2:1 @ 31 Western. 18 @ 15 I Slaughter_ 10 @ Calf Skins.... 30 @ Lamb Skins. .1 00 @ 1 60 ; Iron. Common. 5 @ 5J Relined. 5*@ 6 | Swedish. G lw Norway. 94@ Cast Steel_ 26 @ 3.1 - German Steel. 18 @ 20 Eng.Blis.Steel 24 @ Spring Steel.. 12 @ 15 1 Sheet Iron, English. 7 @ 7J R. G. s$@ 11 Russia. 24 ® 27 R uss.Imit’n 2? t@ 25 hard. Barrel, lb. to @ 16 ICe^s, lb.... 16 @ 17 Saleratus £> lb li@ 13 Balt. Turk’s Is. hlid (6 bus.)4 25 @ 4 75 Liverpool.4 25 @ 4 50 Gr’nd Butter. 30 @ Seeds. Herdegras buati 400@450 Glover tb.14 @15 Red Top tag 5 50 @ 0 00 |__ Shot. Bpices. Cassia, pure.. 80 @> [Cloves. 43 @ 45 Ginger. 2S @ 30 Mace.1 40 @ ^Nutmegs.1 35 @ 1 40 Pepper. 28 @ 30 Pimento. 30 @ 33 Starch. Pearl. 1 Ij'a) 124 Sugar. {Muscovado... II @ 12} Hav. Brown . 1 4@ 14 Illav. White... 14^@ 10 Ci ashed. 151 a 10 Granulated... 15§@ 10 Powdered_I05 10 Eagle Bctinery A @ 10? do do ' B w 10} Teas. Souchong .... 75 @ 00 Oolong. 90 (« to Oolong, choice 1 00 <a) 1 05 Japan,.110 m 1 25 Tin. Bauca, cash.. 35 @ 38 [Straits, cash.. 34 @ 30 English. 34 a .37 Char. 1. C.. 13 00 :a lC 00 Char. I. X.. .18 (»0 @19 00 Tobacco. Fives & Tens, Best Brands 70 @> 80 Medium- CO @ 05 Common ... 55 @ 60 Half lbs. best brands. 75 (w 60 Nat’lLeaf, lbs.1 00 fa; 1 25 Navy lbs. 75 (S) 85 Twine. Cotton Sail... @ 65 Flax. @ 76 Varnish. Dainar.2 76 @ 3 75 Furniture ...2 25 (a 4 25 O’oacli.3 00 % 6 50 Wood. Ham, retail. 10 50 @11 0o Soft. @ 7 00 Kindling pbox 30 (a> 40 Wool. Un wash’d Fleece£7 @ 40 Washed do.35 @ 40 Lamb Skin6.. 75 @ 1 10 Zinc. Mosr-elman, sheet, 14’@15 Lehigh.1415 Portland Daily Prc*m Modi Liit> COBUECTED BY WM. H. WOOD & SOX, Slock and Exchange Broker, 178 Fore St., Portland For the week eliding Nov. 27. Descriptions. Par Value. Offered. Asked Government 6's, 1881,.112. 113 Government 5-20, 1862,.i*».109 Government 5-20.1804..19G£.107 Government 0-20. IfcOO..l'»oj.107 Government 5-20, July,.108.109 Government 7-?0, l.-t eerie.■*.i05.106 Government 7-30, 2d and 3d series.101.108 Government 10-40,. 99.100 State of Maine Bonds,.99J 1.0) Portland City Bonds,.97.9s Bath City Bonds,.98.07 Bangor City Bonds, 20 years,.65.97 Calais City Bonds.. 94.96 Cumberland National Bank,_10.47.49 ( 'anal National Bank,.100. 106.W7 First National Bank,.100.lOfi.107 Casco National Bank.100.106.107 Merchants’ National Bank,.75.77.78 National Trailers Bank,.100.105.106 Second National Bank,.100. 85.90$ Portland Company,.100.90.95 Portland Gas Company,.50.51.52 Ocean Insurance Company,— loo.106.103 At. & St. Lawrence R. R.,.55.6o At. & Bonds,100.90.93 A. & K. R. Tt. Bonds,.80.87 Maine Control It. R. Stock,. .. .100.11.]2 Maine Central R. R. Bonds,.82.86 Androscoggin R. R. Stock.60.worthless. Androscoggin 1st Mortg’ge Bon is,.85.90 Ken. & Portland R. R. Bonds,. 100.88. 90 Portland & Forest Av'n’e R. R., 100.60.70 Portland Gla*s Company.. 100.100.101 Port. Shovel Manu&c’gCo.,.... 109.nominal. Richardson's Wharf Co.100.98.100 TELEGRAPHIC REPORTS. Fiauuial. New York, Nov. 27. The money market is easier. Balances arc si easi ly accumulating with hanks, anil loans at e now ireely offered, Gold borrowers supply tlicir wants at 0 per cent, on stock collaterals, though somo business is done at 7 per cent., and occasionally at 5 per cent, on Government discount. Ppime names are 61 ® 7 per cent. Gold has taken a sharp turn upward. A re port of complications between the United Stales and France, in regard to Moxico, has been freely used.— Foreign Exchange is loss active. Governments are more in demand, especially old 5-20’e. The t egular board of brokers, by a two-thirds vote, have this day removed the restrictions compelling members of their board to charge on-eighth per cent, brokerage. Members of the Stock Exchange can now arrange their broke, age charges with customers. New York market. New York, Nov. 27 Cotton—iiimer but not very active; sales 1.000 bales. Middling uplands at 34} (ft; 35c. Flour—closed firmer: sales 1,600 bbls. State at 8 no @ 11 50; Bound Hoop Ohio 10 60 ® 13 40: Western 8 00 ® 12 25; Southern at It 50 @ 16 25. Wheat—1 @ 2chithcr; sales 55,noo bush. Milwau kee No. 2, at 2 30 @ 2 32}. Corn—closed dull, unsettled and advancing; sales Ofi 600 busli- Mixed Western 126. (hats—without change; sales 27,000 bush. Beet—heavy, Pork—closed firntor: now mess — 50. Lard—firmert Butter—heavy Whiskey—dull. Groceries—dull. Naval Storos—quiet and steady. Oils—dull. Petroleum—quiet. Tallow—firmer. Freights to Liverpool—more active and firmer. New York Coal Hale. New York, Nov 27. The regular monthly Bale of coal took place to-day. Forty thousand tons were sold. Lump #3 CIS % 4 (10; grate 4 76 @6 20; egg 4 90® 5 00; stove 6 00 ® 5 86; ches *^Ut 4 12i @ 4 30 > steamer 4 70 @ 6 00. . -nnti market!. Cinn-- --oinnati, Nov. 27. Gl—- >0 5« WhiK Flour dull; sales superfine at 9 59 ® - -. • >5 key steady at 2 3t in bond. Hogs dull; salesat*.. t6 00 gross; receipts 1,600 head. Mess Pork dull at 00. Lord dull at 12}c. Gold 142}. MXLWACK£fi« NOV; 27. Flour steady at 9 25 for Ooublo extra, wheat 1 @8 higher; eulee at 2 07 tor No. 1, aud 1 84 for N(fc 8; and 1 72 for No. 3. Corn higher; sales at 88 for No, 1.— Oats sales at 43c. . Kecelpts 1,100 hbls Flour, '21,'Wibush W bea'. Shlpinonto, 1,600 bble Flour. 53,000 bush. \V hea. Cbicage Markels. Chicago, Nov. 27. Flour rather firmer with trifling sales; spring ex tra !> 45 " 10 5'). Wheat advanced 2c; sales at 2 14. Corn firmer, closing at88AG. Oats firm; sales at 3»c tbr No. 2. live higher; sales at 88c. Barley nomin nl at u« & 08 tor No 2. Provisions more active and prices a shade weaker; mess pork sales 1,100 hols, at l*0 00 on spot and 20 50 at buyer’s option, January de livery, and 19 50 (a) 20 00, seller’s option, December and January, d dive y eh sing a the finable figures.— Lard 13c. I Logs 20 25c lower; sales at 5 75 @ 0 50 for common to choice. Receipts 8,273 bids Flour, 24,500 bnslt Wheat, 19, 775 bnsli Corn, 15.9 3 bush Oats, 4,1*23 hogs, 1,000 head cat tle, half Texan. HI. LouIm Market. St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 27. El our firmer but not qaotably changed. Wheat. i» dull; spring 1 90 @ 2 10; prime fall 2 50; choice 2 60. Corn closed dull; Sales at 95 <o} 1 00 for old, and 85 @ 95c for new. Oats active and higher; sales at 50 (6) 55c for new. Provisions—mess pork 22 00; clear sides 15c; hogs G 00 in gross. Commercial—Per Cable. JjVKBPOOL, NOV. 26. Good styles of Middling uplands have been sold in this market at 11M, but the average lists are obtain able to-day at 14}d, with estimated .sales of 11,000 bales. Manchester accounts show little change for the bet ter, and “ short time” is now almost universal. London, Nov. 26. A telegram from Antwerp reports the market for Petroleum inactive at 58f @ 5SJf 100 kilos, showing a decline since the last report of 1 @ 2f. London, Nov. 26 There is a firmer tone observable in the market for (J. S. 5-20 bonds this morning, and business has been done for cash at about 70;] <g» 71, the latter quotation being the one now current. American Railways are lower, in Illinois Central quotations being marked otT 1 per cent. Erie sliarcs are steady at Saturday’s rates, though some authori ties say they are freely offered. Liverpool, Nov. 26, Evening. The eottou market is without change. Drcadstufis unchanged. Lard dull. London, Nov. 26, Evening. The money market is slightly easier. Consols closed at 89J for money. American Securities.—The following are the quota!ion? for American Securities: Erie Railroad Shares 47 J. Illinois|CeutTal Railroad Shares 77L Unit ed States 5-20’s 703. New York, Nov. 27. The evening papers publish the following dispatch London, Nov. 27. United States G-29’s 704; Illinois Contral Railroad shares 75^; Erie sharer. 45. United States 5-20’s at Frankfort 75J. Liverpool, Nov. 27. Cotton unchanged; sales 8,000 bales; Middling up land* 14 jd. Coni ha3 advanced GJ, closing at 40s, Turpentine 6d lower. New York Mteck Market. New Yobk, Nov. 29. Second Board—Stocks heavy. IT. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 18C2.1094 U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1804,.looj U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1805. new.107* U. S. Five-Twenties, con pons, 1505, new issue_108$ U. S. Ten-Forties, regestered. 100 Treasury Seven Three-Tenths, 2d series,.105] Treasury Seven Three-Tenths, 2d series,.1051 Missouri Sixes. 87$ Cumberland Coal Company preferred. 70 New York Central,.113$ Brie...72| Erie, preferred,. F4 Hudson,.122 Reading,.113 Michigan Central,.112 Michigan Southern,.82$ V fl.iois Central,,.119 Cleveland & Pittsburg,.85| Cleveland & Toledo. 1143 Chicago & Rock Island.104# Chicago & North Western,.444 Chicago & North Western, preferred,. 72j Chicago & Fort Wayne.106 Ba*tou Stock Lid. Sales at the Brokers’ Board, Nov. 27. American Gold. 141 United States Coupon Sixes, 1881. 113 United Staie3 7 3 lotlis, 1st series. f05f “ small. 105# “ 2d scries. 161# (i 3d series. 104# United States 5-20s, 1805. 109$ “ - small....t 108 “ 1864 . 106$ “ 1S65. 101 United States Ten-iortio«. 102 Western Railroad. in KA tern Railroad. 111$ Ogdcnsburg 1st Mortgage Bonds. 100 VTAUlii El ». In this city, Nov. 26, by Rev. E. C. Bolles, Charles F. Johnson and Mi s Arvilla W. Front, Iwth of Ilarpswell. In Boiton, Nov. 14. by Rev. R. A. Ballou, Albert M. I.yon, (firm ol R. E. Lyon & Co. ) ol Skowbcgan, and Miss Bella A. Cottrell, ol Boston. In Portsmouth, Nov. 22. by Rev. Geo. W. Adams, Charles S. Cu bing and Miss Harriet I). Morgan, both ol North Yarmouth. mi r». In Capo Elizabeth, Nov. 26. of congestion of the iiugs, Mr. Samuel Puticr, aged 70 years 3 mouths. [Funeral this Wednesday afternoon, at 1 o’clock, from his late residence. Iu Perry, Nov. 16, Samuel Cook. aged 00 years. Iu Wisca-set, Nov. 4, Mr. John Stinson, aged 03 years. in Unity. Nov. 8, Mrs. Lvdia Taber, aged 32 years. In Warren, Nov. 17, Mias Chine B. Lunt, aged 25 years 11 months. IMPORTS. LIVERPOOL. Steamship Belgian—20 bales bags, H & A Allan; 2 eases mdse, F Skinner & Co; 10 bdls steel, Emery & Waterhouse; 460 bdls iron rods, A E Stevens & Co. HALIFAX, NS. Steamer Baltimore—6 crates 3 bdls sheep skins. Freeman & Kimball; 750boxes heiTpig, 14 plcgs fif'h oil, 1 pkge skates, J Pori cons. Miuialore Aiuiaunc.November 28. Snnrvea. 7.06 'iiu Bets.4.30 Moon rises..11.57 PM High water. 4.30 PM ! MARINE N- EWH PORT OP PORTLAND. Tuesday. Noveiukirr 2T. ARRIVED. •Steamship Belgian, (Brl Brown, Liverpool 15th inst Steamer Baltimore. Drink witter, Halitjx, NS. Steamer New England, Field, 3t Jqhn, NB, via Eastporl toi Boston. Barque Mallville, (new) Waite, Fie-port, in tow of tug Uncle Sam. Brig Johu Avilles, Pliilbrook, B mger for N York. Sch Geo Brooks, Henley, Bo-ton. Sch J V Well’ngton, Chipinan, Boston. Sell Rachel Beal-. Anderson. Boston for Calais. Sch Mary Eliza, Griffin, Rockland. Sch Arkansas, Thorndike, Rockland. Sch Czarina, Collins, Fri ndship. Sch Banner, Curtis. Bangor lor Baltimore. Sch Dime, White, Banqor lor New Vrrk. Sells Rising Sun, Chandler, and Elmira Rogers, Fletcher, B ir.g ,r for Bo-ion. Sch Globe, hendall, Bangor for Boston. Sch- John & Frank, Fowler, and Valparaiso, Pray, Bangor lor Gloucester. S li Malabar, Burge s, Belfast lor New York. Ar 24th—Brig Virgin!:, Lindsey, Norwich; sell Anna My rick, Stevens, Bo-ton. CLEARED. Steamer Franconia, Sherwoor', New York—Finery & Fox. Barque Devonshire, (new, of Boa on, 643 tons) W Hill, Datan'.as—C M Davis & Co. Brig Geo W Chase, Dunning, Cardenas—Churchill, Browns & Manson. Sch Moses Waring, Plummer, St Andrews, NB. Sc!» Lady Ellen, Conley, Damai iscotta — Eastern Packet Company Sch Aloatross, Crockett, Waldo boro — Eestern racket Co. 83P The Custom House will not be open lor busi ness cn Thursday, (Thanksgiving day.) The new barque “Jennie Prince,'* built by Messrs Briggs & Cushing, at Freeport, was launched on (lie 8th inst. She registers about 800 tons, is built o- tbe best material, rates.A 1 for seven years, and is calculated for large earning capacity, having two decks, with a depth of 1'2 feet, breadth 33 f ot, and length 107 feet. Sbe is owned by tbe builders and will be commanded by Capt 3 L Prince, formerly of ship Resolute. Up lor freight. ('apt Webber, of Eclir Atlantic, from rt homaeton, state- that his veu-cl is tight end doc* not leak, as reported by one ot tbe e ew. NOTICE TO MARINERS. It having been discovered that the 1st class iron Nnn Buoy on Bulwark Ledge, or Cod ltock, went adiMt irom itsmoorings in the laic sioim, iis place will lv at once temporarily supplied by a 2d class Iron Nun Buoy, wi^i corresponding marks, viz: ltcd and Black horizontal stripes. By order of tbe Lighthouse Board, JOHN I'OPE, L. H. Inspector. First District. Portland, Nov. 27,1866. DISASTERS. ■ Barque Dair.on, at New York from Buenos, encountered a i caw gale from ESE, Sept 24, which lasted until Ibc morning of tne 2iith. A severe hur ricane had be .n experienced at Bueno* Ayres, and an unknown barque and two brigs came ashore dur ing the gale. Ship Belle Creole, Knowles, from Ma Irnai1', with lumber, while enteiing Queenstown harbor htli ipst, grounded <n the western side of Spike Bank, but got olf again by tbe help ot a tug. Damage not as or taintd. DOMESTIC PORTS. SAN FRANCISCO—Cld 30th uit, ship Dashing Wave, Carlton, New York. NEW ORLEANS—Cld 23d, barque Flora South ard, McIntyre, Live porl. Adv 2oth, barque* P C Mcrrim&n, lor Liverpool, part (S cargo engage !: Caroline Lem&nt, Bowkcr, for Dost n, do. MOBILE—Ar 21st, ship Gen Sherman, Pendleton, New York. PENSACOLA—Ar 10th, sch Kate, Peters, from Galveston. Ar 14th, sch Cyclone, Babbidge, Galveston; 15th, brig C C Colson, Perry. Apalachicola. Ar 17th, barque Dencv.Grev, Galveston; 10th. brig Alex Milliken, Hill, New York; sch J A French. Burgess. Bohlon. SAVANNAH—Below 26th, ship New England, from Bath. BRUNSWICK,GA—In port, barque Flor del Mar, Wiswell, tor Bango;; brig Sparkling Sea, Bowden, lor do. DARIEN, GA—In port 20th, « bs Emma F Hart, Ilart, lor-, ldg; Grace Clifton. Gilchrist, from Boston, ar 13th. rid 17th. br gOmalm, Tootbaker, Providence. GEORGETOWN, SC—Ar 10thrbng Pargon, Shute, Cliar'eston „„„ ^ . CHARLESTON—Ar 22d, brig C W Ring, Ayres, New York. _ _ Cld 2tst, sch Kate Wentworth. Adams, Boston. NORFOLK—A* 24tb, brig Diiigo. Rumbad. irom New York. , " '1 TIMORE—CM 26th, sch Helen, Carroll, tor Boston. FHiTAPELPHI *-CM Wg Arty JSUtttt, more, Bdston. Ar 2«th. brig Meow a, Norton, Mobile. NEW YORK—Ar 25th, bar.juo Damon, Crowell, Buenos Avres Sept 28; brig Nellie Antrim, Wallace. Nuerltas; Bchs Statesman, Cole, Shulee, NS; Tit llamm »i»d, Cram, Eastnort Ar 2fttbf vtarane R W Griffiths, Dnihinii-md, Ma tanzes; brig Waller Howes. Pierce, fm Rmidouttor Bo.-ton. NEWPORT—Ar 2'fh. acho Lamuninc, (iiaec*. 8&eo for New YarL, Scu Bird, Wallace, Providentfor Millbrldge. FALL RIVER—Ar 261a, soli Porto Rico. Went worth. Elizabethport. HOLLIES HOLE—Ar Tid, seb Vulcan, Mason, ftu Wa: eh am for Pembroke. Ar 24th. schs S T King, Cleudennln, New York tor Calais: Undine. Martin, Southport lor Hartford. EDO AUTO WN— Ar 22d, sells St Licar, New York tor Portsmouth; Delaware, Crockett, do tor Fort Popliam. BOSTON— Ar 26th, schs Sar .h, Pitts, Rockltud; Boston, Gridin, Freeport ; L 11 Smitli, Foss, Han cock. Old 26th, schs GcuMcado, Ferguson, Belfast; Ris ing Sun, Jones, Rockpi*rt. Ar 271h, sell B< maid. IIodgkliiH. Trenton. Cld 27th, barque Jbirkloveret. (Norwegian) Holst, Buenos Ayres via Portland ; brig Scotland, Bo e, Savannah: C B Allen, Pettee, Charleston; Hattie S Emery, Fitts, Portland. SALEM—Ar 29th, sch Orion, Harr, tin Bangor ior Boston; Ann Parker, Berry, Augusta; Oregon. Mil ler, liowdoinbaui. Foreign ports. At Swan.ea 8th inst, barque E C Beale, Dawes, ior Messina. 1< g. AtCardifl 9th ins'. ship** C II Soule, Sinnett, lor Panama. Mg: S Curling, Morse, for Rio Janeiro. At Gibraltar Stli inst, barque Lizzie II Jack on, M-irwick, for Boston. Idg. Ar at Loando Sept 17, barque Ionic, Woodbury, Boston. Sid tin Leghorn 0th inst, ylnp Sardis, Scott, for New York. Sid tin Havana 16th inst, barques Eliza White, Gooding, Bos'on; 18th, L T Stocker, Bibber, for Ma tanzas. Ar at Matanzas 16th inst, b jrque C 8 Rogers, Bal l.'i’d, Boston. < Id at St Jago 9th inst. brig T J Maguire, Little field. Mansaniila. Ar at Nassau, NP, 19th inst, barque Sunshine, Parker. New York. Cld at St Joint, NB. 20th inst, sch E Clos on. lor Baltimore. [Additional per steamer Germania.] Ar at Liverpool loth inst, Martha, King, from St John, NB. Cld 10th. Monica, Hunter, New Orleans; Endy mion, Williams. New York. Sid 10th, Thornton, Wells, New York; T J South ard, Bishop, Philadelphia. Ar at Deal 12th, Mary Ben tier, Clark, (tm London) for Bt Croix. Shi fm Cardiff 10th inst,- La Ciguena, Delano, lor Barcelona. Ar ;it Queenstown 0th inst. Belle Creole, Knowles. Maulmaiu, (and sailed 13th for Liverpool.) Ar at Melbourne Sept 27th, Gem of the Ocean, Pritchard, New York , llfch, Anna. Watson, fin San Francisco.

Ar at Hong Kong Sept 24, Charger, Hatch, from Saigon. Sid Sent 30, Danl Marc?, Bass, Singapore. Ar ai Singapore Sept 2 *, Tennyson, Graves, from Bombay. v * Sid m Penaug Sept 21, Am Warwick, Beane, for Singapore. At Sourabaya Sept 23, Aildison, Sloan, for Ams terdam. Sid 7th ult, Tartar, Follansbeo, New York; 9th. Redgauntlot. Nichols, Liverpool. Sid m dalle Oct 12, Emly Farniim, Simes, for Singapore. Ai* at Madias Oct 3. Calliope, Simmons. Massuli pal am. Sldfhi Mauritius Sept 19, Industry, Bennett, for ! Falmouth. Ar :t Cagliari lGjtli nit. Maclna.s, Upton, from Mar seilles. Ar at Girgenti 2GLh ult. Shaipshuig, Randall, trom Cagliari. [Per steamer Belg au, at this port.] Ar at Liverpool llih inst, J H Stetson, Woodward, New Orleans. Ar at Antwerp 14th inal, Clytie, Dow, Philadel phia. Sid fm l’enarth Beads 12th, C II Soule, Sinnett, for Panama. Ar at Havre 14lb rust, Alaicia C Day, Chase, from New orient. SPOKEN. Nov —, lat 45 0<), Ion 13 W, barque E F, Iroui Europe tor United States. No dale, oh Charleston, barque E A Cochrane, Pierce,, from Cbuiieaum ior Havana. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. PROTECTED BY BOYAL LETTERS PATENT SIR JAMES CLARKE’S Celebrated Female Pills. Prepared from a prescription Qf Sir J. Clarke, M.D,, Physician Extraordinary to the Queen. This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the cure ol all those painful and dangerous diseases to which the female constitution is subject. It moderates all cxcoss and removes all obstructions, trom whatever cause, and a speedy cure may be relied on. TO MARRIED LAD1E9 it is particularly suited. It will,in a time short,bring outlie monthly period with regularity, CAUTION. Thf&e Pills should not be taken by Pen-ales during the FIRST THREE MONTHSof Pregnancy, as they acre sure to brina on Miscarriaye. but at any other ime they are sqfe. In all cases oi Nervous and Spinal Affections, rains in the Back aud Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion, Palpitation of the Heart. Hysterics, and Whites, these Pills will effect a cure when all other meins Lave failed; and although a powerlul remedy, do not contain iron, calomel, antimony, or anything hurtful to the constitution. Full directions in the pamphlet around c-ach pack age which should be carefully preserved. SOLD EY ALL DRUG*: fSTS. Price $1 per bottle, SPECIAL NOTICE. It is the fate of every valuable Medicine to be Coun terfeited. Be cautious, therefore, and see that the let ters “T. <S* J/.,” are blown in the bottle, and that each wrapper bears the fac similes of the signatures of I. C. Baldwin tf Co., and Job Moses, YJT‘ Withovt which none are genuine. N. B.—!$l 00 with eighteen cents lor postage, en c!o ed to any authorised Agent, or to the sole General Agent for the United States and Brifci h Dominions, JOB MOSES. 27Covtlandt Sr., New York, will ensure a bottle, containing 50 Pills, by return mail, securely sealed trom all observation. ‘ LIFE- - HEALTH-STRENGTH. LIFE-HEALTH-31 ItENGTH. LI FE —HEALTH-STRENGTH. Hundreds and thousands annually die premature ly, when, it they would give the Great French Rem dy, DB. JtfAN DELAMARE’S CELEBRATED SPECIFIC PILLS. Prepared by Garaxciere & Pupoxt, No. 211 rue Lombard, Paris, from t ;c prcocrjpfjuii 01 Dr. Juan Doiamane, Chie f Physician to the Hospital du Nord on Lanboisiere, a fair trial, they would hud immedi ate relief, and, in a short time, be fully restored to Health and Strength. Ii. Du ed in the prac ice 01 many eminent French physicians, with uniform suc cess, and highly rocoiuemiv-d as tin only positive and/ Specific Itemedg tor all persons suffering from General or Sexual Debility, all derangement of the NcrvouA Forces, Melancholy, Spermatorrhoea or SetninM Emissions, all Weaknesses arising from Sexual **£ cessos or Youthful Indiscretions, Loss of Muscular Energy. Physical Prostrations, Nervousness, Weak Spine, Lowness of Spirits, Dimness of Vi4. u, Hy sterics, Fains in the Pack and Limbs, Impotency.&c. No language can convey an adequate idea or the immediate and almost miraculous change it produces in the debilitated and {.battered system. In fact, it stands unrivalled aa an unfailing cure of the mala dies above mentioned. Suffer no more, but use The Great French Remedy, it will effect a cure wliere all others fail, and, although a power till remedy, com ains nothing liurriul to the most delicate constitution. Pamphlets, containing full particulars and direc tions for using, in English, French, Spanish and Ger man, accompany each box, and also are Kent itee to any address when requested. Price One Dollar per box, or sdx boj es for Fiv Dol lars. Sold by ail Druggists throughout the world; or will bo sent by mail, securely sealed from all observation, l»y inclosing specified price, to any authorized agent. Proprietors* General Agenls for America, OSCAR G. MOSES & CO., !'T Corllandt St., New York. W. F. PHILLIP-i & CO., Portland, Wholesale Agent. Sold at Retail by every Druggist in Maine. ! Juno lSeodeow&wly SOMERS SEWALL, NO. 331 CONGRESS STREET, Six Doors above Casco Street, would rcspccifully invite the attention of tbe people of Portland and viciniiy to the VAH1ED COLLECTION HOLIDAY GOODS! to be found at his store. Hie Best Assortment in the City, - AND - THE CIIKAPKST PRICES! TOYS OF ALL KINDS! Work Boxes and Desks!! Prnngs Beautiful Publications ! Stationery ami Toilet Articles t! CUTLEItY, Anil IVumcron. Other Thing.! Now is u gooil time for purchaser, of CHRISTMAS GOODSI to call, for more tpnc and attention can be shown them in selecting, than at a more busy season. Ni>vcTftber26. dtf W. I\ KtLHOIiN & CO. Having opened tlic new store No. 33 Free Street, Are now prepared lo niter their friends and the public a ■ «»•*<“. New and well Aborted Stock of CARPETINGS, curtain GOODS, MATS, And alt Goods usually tumid in a CABHET STORE. To which we respect I’ully invite your attention. nhg23dt1 Particular Notice. VALUABLE house lota for sale on the comer ol 1 leering and Henry streets. The most desirable lots now in the market. Inquire of HANSON * DOW, Ueai Estate Agents No. Sari Congress St. Eff'tlouscsamtlotsin diftoreut parts or iho etty, sale cheap. seplMtt WAST*5i>. owner Wanted 1*01! n Copying Press left at my store niahtof Jnlv : lih. K. COREY. ' ! nov27iltf Wauted-JBusiiiess Men IN every Codnty in New England, to receive and All orders and collect on subKcrli tions, for the most popular and rapid selling Books and Engrav ings now offered for sale, including “Lincoln and His Family," and “ Washington and His Family," matched Engravings, executed by Sartain, from the (treat National Paintings by Waugh and Schnsscle. £3.75 each, or $7.50 per pair. The new and beautiful Sacred Engravings by Sartaiu, entitled “Prayer" and “Samuel," ami “Flee!wood's Lift qf Christ" il lustrated, revised aiul enlarged, containing G40 octavo' P 'f’be sale of our works of art is iimneusc, without precedent in tho history of engravings, Experienced canvassers will find itibigbly advanta geous to examine our publications, which possess su perior merit, and for saleabilit y have no equals. Apply in person, or address R* H CURRAN, 18 Waiter Street, Boston, Mass. November 2C. lw Sale Wanted. A GOOD second-hand one. Size at least 12 by 17 on the bottom, inside. Price low. Address WORTHLY BROS, Brunswick. November 26. dlw Elm Tree Wanted ! QEALED proposals to furnish an EfJI TfliOK, will be received at the office of the Secretary of the School Committee, Market Hall, uutil December 15th, 1860, noon. Said Tree to be uotless than ten, nor more than fif teen inches in diameter at the but, and of good pro portions; to be delivered on the High School lot, Cumberland Street, eaily next Spring. For the “Committee on Memorial Tree." LEWIS B. SMITH. Portland, Nov. 26.1866. deodtd Wanted. A N active, intelligent boy in a st<»re. ^ CALEB S. SMALL, nov2Gd3t 114 Brackett street. Wanted. A GOOD single second-hand Sleigh mid Robes.— Address Box 21G3. November 2G, 1866. dlw Wanted. BY avoung Lady a situation as Copyist. Address “W.,” Portland P. O. nov2«dlwi Flour Barrels Wanted. WE will pay 30 cents each for first class Flour Barrels suitable tor sugar. LYNCH, BARKER & CO., nov 13dtf 130 Commercial street. Wanted. ■\ BUSHELS Mod Pumpkin Seeds by X\JvJ KENDALL & WHITNEY. Nov 13—dim Agents Wanted. I7K)R the (wold Mcilnl Sotvioj; lliichiiuN, . In every City and County in the Union. The least complicated two-, live a I machine in the world. Address A. F. JOHNSON & CO. Nov. 6 Imd 334 Washington St. Boston, Mass. Wanted Immediately. -i Good American, Nova Scotia and Irish XUU Hills to do housework, cook, 4-c., in pri vate lamilies and hotels in this city am! conmlry. Situations sure. The best wages paid. Also 00 Girts t > work in Factories. Farmers and others wauling men for any work will do well to call on us, as wc will supply them free of charge. Address or apply At the General Agency Employment Office, 3611 Congn'ss Street., up stairs. COX & POWARS. sept2Gdtt late W111TN Eir & CO. Agent# Wanted ! To canvass for the cheapest and the best selling book in the country. IIISADLEY’S E1I*T01CY OF THE GREAT REBELLION! Two volumes complete in one. 1200 Royal Octavo Pages, sold for Five Dollars. I3T*Many ageuts are making from $50 to $100 per week canvassing tor this work. Sold by subscription only. Sole and exclusive rights given of uncanvassed ter ritory with liberal commissions. For circulars aud terms apply to or address J. PATTEN FITCH, Lock Box 1722. No 233J Congress St., near City Hall, Portland, Maine. no21d3w Agents Wanted t FOR FRANK MOORE’S “ Woman of the War,” WONDERFULLY POPULAR I SO popular lias it already become, (not one month yet 8’nce its first issue) that hundreds of people are writing for it from all sections of the country. From one City alone, 174 persons have written for this Work.—could not wait for Agents. Four or Adams’ large size Presses are running on this Book, and the demand exceeds our supply. Ex perienced Agents and others, who possess intelli gence, energy, aud perseverance, and want Profita ble Employment, will find by engaging in the sale of this Book, all they desire. Many now in the field are meeting with astonishing success. For full particulars send for circntov. C. A. CHAPIN, Room 9, 21$ Free Street, Portland. nov 13 d&wtf LOST AND FOUND, Los t! A CHECK on the First National Bank, dated No vember 24th, I860, signed S. J. Smith per R. If. Hinkley, fur twenty-five hundred dollars, payable to C. S. Clark, Esq. The finder will oblige t lie owner by leaving the same at the office of S. J. Smith, Esq.', 270 Commercial Street, November 2G. dlw* OWNERS W A N T K I> ! WANTED, OWNERS for the following articles at POLICE OFFICE: Bureau, Bedstead, Tables, Sextant, Charts, Beils anil Bedding; Ladies wearing Apparel, Dishes, &c., lost in the late (ire. nol6d2w BOARD AND ROOMS. Board. \ PLEASANT Boom, withboard, suitable for a J.A. gentleman and wile, or two single gentlemen, at No 56 Clark street. no2Jdtf Boarders. A Good Clas of Boarders can he accommodated at 17, Brick House, Fore Street. nov 22 dlw* TO LET. A \ r fill OUT Board, a plt'1-Hil i front room ilirn V I iaheil, in the Weslerii part of tho Oitv, to one or two single gentlemen. Address Box 12'Post Ol lice, Portland. nov 16 tl* Fancy Goods! Fancy Goods! Bowen & Meveill, JOBBERS OF Hoop Skirts & Corsets, GL.O \*us -And Hosiery ! Hand and Machine M ade WORSTED GOODS! Sucli as Nubias, Hoods, Sontags, Breakfast Shawls, Scarfs, &e Together with a largo assortment of MMILI, MAKES, All of which we oBer at the Very Lowest Market Prices! Nov 2—film GAS AND COAL OIL FIXTURES ! E. T ARB ELL & SON, Vo. II BKOlilTGLD STBEhT, BOSTON , MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN Chandeliers, Brackets, Lamps, ike. GAS FITTING in all its branches. GAS STOVES, for Cooking and Heating. CHANDELIERS, LAMPS, Ac., Re-Gilt ami Bronzed._ no2lcod3m A. cobb & cd., Successors to F* P. and M. T. Bel ford, at Mrs. M. J. Nichols, U. S. Hotel HAVE received a lot of Tretousse, best quality, Kill Gloves. Also Zepliyr Worsteds, Slippers, Hoods, Hosiery, Ladies’ Under Vests, Corsets, Lin en Setts, plain and emb. Hdkfe., Muslin and Cam. Edgings, Dress Buttons, together with all articles usually found in a first class Fancy Goods Store. Their fr iends and the public are invited to call and examine them._ nov 7 dll Jan. 1, 1867. Notice to Land Holders, MR. O’DUROCHRU, Builder,Js prepared to take contracts for building, cither by JOB or by DAY WORK. Can furnish First Class workmen and material of nil description. Residence, AMERICAN HOUSE. India Street. Portland. August 17tb, It66 augfli—If M it S . COLBY’S BONNET ROOMS, will be fouil' at No. 4 Cottou, near Free street, where she otters the bait nee oi her stock, at very low prices. Those owing lulls, willconf r a favor by calling and settling the same. sepHeodtt HE At. ESTATE? House for Sale NLU twoNteiy HOUSE <m Cushman Sireel, ton faming 1 welvc finished Rooms. ThisHouseWM budt hist year by tl.o day, and is v eil built. Has a mom brink cistern. Lot 38 by ft.’j tout. A pleasant lotutloii. Apply to vf. li. JEKttlS, not -1 ilia __ Itcul Estate Agent. PATTERNlOW & €11ABBOURMS, IUiAI.l. Us )s UKAL ESTATE. itlorlon I*look, i\eil Above ike t'lvble House ! OFFER for sale two and a half story house on At lantic Street, coumining twelve linished looms, iu perfect repair. Arrange'1 far two families. Hard and soil water, gas and all modern conveniences. Lot 51 by 70. Price $3,600. Terms only £ 1,300 down, balance in two yeats. This is a most desirable bar gain, ami situated on one of Urn best streets in 1 He city. Also, two two an 1 a half story houses on Wilmot aud'ETunhliii .Streets, eighteen and nineteen rooms each. Both arranged for I wo families. Price $5,000 eacli. Terms only £1,000 down; balalance in faur years. Houses on State, Danlbrth, Lewis, lfrown, Climber land, Oxford, Middle aud other sheets, at prices ranging from $1,1*00 to £15,000. November 24. d2w. Keven $1000 Mouse Lots tXIR sale on Congress.street, near the new Park. A line location far a block of houses. Now is the time to purchase, preparatory lor building in the spring. Apply to WM. 11. JEItiOS, Real Estate •Agent._ nov24d3w for Sale. IPHE 8ul>sevilxjr offers fbr sale his dwelling House A situated ncuv the corner of oxford nml WUmuf streets. It is a (wound a half story House, thor oughly built, nearly new, finished iu modern style. It lias a larjio cistern, ami a good well of water. Ap ply to J. PENNELL, on the premises, or \V. 11. JEltUIS, itcal Estate Agent. nov.-.Mru * For Salo, rpiIE tino Lot corner Fore and Deer streets, 58 by 71 A teet. Suitable for stores aud dwellings. Will be sold ou favorable terms. Apply to WM. I*. dEKKIS, Heal Estate Agent. ' novL'tdlw „ Only $1,000! a good one and a half story HOUSE in Bid deford, only live years old—contains 7 rooms, good cellar, and excellent water, bine garden with young fruit trees. Lot 12 by <)h feet. Apply imme diately to W. II. JERK1S, iu*v 22 d3w ie«-.;i Ifetate Agent. Two Houses tor »ale for $1700 Each, / - On Oxtord stroot. Lots 53 by 7<j fact. Also ;.•>•! tine lot corner Oak and Prospect streets, with ,j*tk»Lthc dwelling house thereon; ihe lot Ls 30 by 1*0 fact; a line location. Also good building lots on An derson aud Cleaves si reels on favorable terms. Ap ply to W. H. JERRIS, Real Estate Agent. novl0d3w For Stile in Cape Elizabeth, a few rods across Portland Bridge, Lot of Laud ."O l»j' lOO. Enquire at 8. Kf. Cumming’s 8torc. November 0, lbCC. d5w* Valuable Building Lot NEAR THE N<?\v l'uili, tor SuRl . The Swedenhopgiati Church Lot, CONTAINING abont 12,000 square feet, on Con ) gross Street, just above Hampshire Street, is ot tered lor sale. A rare opportunity is here o£cred (o any one wish ing to build in the vicinity of ihe Park. Apply to cither of the Committee. d. E. FERNALD, DAV 11) TUCKER, „ w J. 1*. BAXTER. Or WM. II. JERRIS, Real Eslalo Broker, at Rail road Oliiee. under Lancaster Hall. August 25, ibf.*j. dlf Houses for Sale Low. SEVERAL desirable, medium size*! dwelling fa? Houses will l»e sohl at low prices find on very favorable terms If applied tor immediately. This property is situated ou Cougiess street and Congress place—no better location iu this city—and adjoins fc>t, Luke’s Church lot, aud will lie sold in lols to suit purchasers. Inquire of WLSWELL & REED, No. 35<j Congress, entrance on Oak street, up stairs. novlGdtf For Sale. AC\ ACRES pasturage and woodland in West T:U brook. Lot ol land on Poplar street. Homo and land on Washing on street. House and lot on Brown street. Houee and lot on St Lawrence street. Darius 11 Ingraiiam, r 113 Federal St., or W. H. J ERRIS, Real Estate Agent, under Lancas ter Halt. oc22—del Foi* Sale i i-lE lot oi Land on the westerly corner of Con gress and Pearl Sis., fronting on Congress street ab-ut 111 leetando.i I\arl nbonl tcet. di-ply to CHARLES L. BARRETT, At ollicc Grand Trunk Railway Station. Portland. Aug. s, lb80. ‘ aught i House l.ots on India St., lor Sale. pNQUIRE of CON ANT & HAND, X-i 163 Commercial Street, or on H. M. PAYSON, PortliUld, Nov. ‘A. dtf Exchange Street. Valuable Hotel Property for Sale. > i - HE (Ixtbrd House, pi a nntly situated in the vil I lage ol Eryeburg, Oxford county, Maiifc. is ot itred lor sale at a bargain, il applied tor soon. t he House is large, in good repair, with lurrdture and fixtures throughout, together with all necessary outbuilding-. 1 or full particulars inquire oi HORATIO BOOTH BY, , iVoprictor. Or Hu i son x Dow, io Owgms st. Pryeburg, Sep . ei, imk. cirf Farm fitr Sale. IM'U.L : ell my firm near AJleu's Comei West O'xik, abuul time. miles from Port hind, one mile Loin horse cars, and Westbrook Seminary. buhl ihim contain®about 100 acr^s. part of it \9t\ raluablc lor tillage, and pari oi it for building lots, ihoro is a good two large barns, and out hous es on the premises. 11 will be sold together. or4u lots io suit purchasers CV RU;i THCRLOW. sepl 1-U tt 105 Comm ercia 1 S t. Brick Houses ior Sale oa Spring St. rj^HREE story brick dwelling Houses, with over A 8000 feet of laud, pleasantly located. Price rea sonable. Terms liberal. Inquire of JOHN C. PROCTER, novlodSw_ Allddlo street. A Bare chance tor Investment. r| 'HE ALBION HOUSE, on Federal street, adjoin - X ing U. 8. Hotel, for *ale. For particulars enquire of v „ _ JOHN €. PIIOCXI K. Nov 8—cUw llcsiraldc Sffwo Aots FOR SALE, ON CO M M a H e I A li MTKLET. r | 'HE subscribers offer for sale the lot of land on A the southerly side ot Commercial Street, head ot Uuia’s Wharf, measuring 711 l*y 150 leer. Lor fur ther particulars inquire JONAS H. FEKLEi', Oct IU tf or W. S. J»ANA. l-ot tba- .Sale. ONE ot the best building lots in the city, situated on the north Ride ot i iceriug Street, adjoining the residence of Gen. J. 1>. Fessenden. Ibis lot is sixty tw«> tcet trout on Fleering street, extends back one hundred feet, and is bounde I on the east side bv a street fitly foot iu width, making it a coiner lot and very deslrable. S. B. Hl .lbSC V. No. 4 Galt Block, Com. Street. Oct 17 dii L'Gfc Salo. Three story brick boose on 1'an forth A Street. The house is nearly new and in tine or der. Immediate possession given. _juUCD _ \Y. O. CHADBOUR3JE. For Salt-. fb'rfgV Thu new JFItl.NCH COTTAGE, ami ahum seven acres of land, situated on the Cape Cot tago I toad, iu Cape Lii/abetli, The house con tains fourteen rooms. The sea view is unsuritassed. Enquire of >\ . li. STEFHEiisON. angi!5-dlt Second Nitinul Baub. Valuable Ileal Estate on Elm St. J? O li S ALL . A 1'OIUTQN of the *',1>AY” Estate on Elm Street, 7, comprising over I’bUOo met oi land, together with Brick Houses, stable Av. This property is lo cated on Elm and Cumberland s ecjIs ait susceptible ot improvement, and lias a front on Elm street oi 'w tee I. The above property is offered f.r s.dcoilhcf in por tions or coUectivel.y, on liberal tonus. Apply to aut-L’.:— i i I < 1. 1 i;ocTOi:. For Lease. fliHE valuable lutolliuit urn i ot and J jiuiub Streets, tor a icria . wars. Enquire 1,1 G. G. MlTGiil'LL .* SON, Aug. 28, 1K5—.lit 1,: l'ljt, stro t. LM»U Ml.fc, m Gorliaui, minute- walk J trom tec Depot, a nearly n. v, u si Oetl. Uouse, Barn amt outouiliimjrs.liai inu nil t i conv . ivncesaml in prime conditio i. li is situated uca. a grove ami a soot* distance from tlie County read Apply to J. E. STEVENS. Gorham, July 17. First Class Houses lor Sale. UJ E offer tar salo the eight lira*. class Illicit houses, recently built by os, siinutod on Pine Street between Clark anil Carlotnn Streets. These houses are thoroughly built, with slate roofe, brick ilrains, amt nuulile mantelpieces Uwniighnnf.— 'Ahoy will be Sold at a low price, ami on veiy tirvora ble terms. Apply at our oltico, No. 27* Danfortli 81. „ J. IS. IllHfWW A- SONS. October 10,1800. iltl NOTIt'l1,. 1 wilt sell on tavoraote terms as to payment, or let tor a trio of years, the lots on llie corner ot Middle and F'rankliii streets, and on Franklin street, including I tic corner ot Franklin and Fore streets. Apply to \VM. HIU.IABD, Bangor, or SMITH ii IIKKD Attorneys, Fort land, jylxtt House Lot«. I,'. LI GABLE House Lota tor sale on Thomas, J'.m J cry and Congress afreets; one near ilie bead oi 8lato street ..... \V. II STEFHENSI IN, Portland. Aug 8.—dtf-’d National Hank. HOUSE AND lot tor sale at Capo E lizabeth Fer rv,—house nearly new. Enquire ot A.F. COLE at the Ferry, or \V. EL MANSE ELI), Portland Steam ! Packet Co. _ jul li dtf i Tj6uSES~F6il SALE—House corner of Congress II and-Merrill streets; also, lloose adjoining the same, with Ih.oOii lect of land. This lot will be di vided to suit purchasers. Terms easy and made known by applying lo W. W. Carr, at W. A. Duran's Ulolhin Stoic, loot of Exchange suee'. iuliy-dti House suid Lot lor Sit Ip. THE two story brick house and store No. -119 con- i gres^st, 25 led from occupied only or a garden. For particular* enquire on flic premises. uug7il I VjjVA. House for Sale, No 52 Myrtle Street. En-: nilLl quire at No. 8 Central Wliarf. SJJL July A2—dtl ixttriUNcti L», Tvvouitildjrj Ocneral IbxttTHUOe Broker, ! • would inform ni* many friend* and th« pub) c generally that ho l» prepar u i continue the Insure ance Busin bb as a Broker, and ecu place Fire. Lip* and Marine Insurance to «uy , xtent in the lies: Com p ine* •« the Unit 'd States. All business entrusted to iny o re shat: te fcdlbfu !> attended to. OtBce al t’. M. Rico's Paper Store, No. 183 Fore St, where order# can bo left. julitii MITTl tl. BENEFIT LIRE INS(JKAN<'E CO. Tiie numerous Policy holders in tins popular Company, and Ihe public generally, are inlornied that its otlice is now established at No. 80 Commer cial street, in Thomas* Block. WAHKEN SPAKROW, jul 19 State Agent. liPPPBMC Insornnce Compniiy,or New f k Yoi 1. City. Cash Capital.A .‘too ooo “ Surplus,.375,000 Total Cash ArsoI^,. 575,000 1 .m-loss by this Company L. the Portland lire is ;V-».^M»,or about uni; tenth of it* scrplus. All claimant* lor hiss by the recent lire, who have Kif SiSiyi money, are invited to hand in then pinofe without d. lay. 'iimse wishing insurance m H < ompu.y, First £ht*i, i» every re spect, at ihir ran s. are invited to c .H at r» office No. mi t oiuiucrcMl street Thomas ’ J**_WAKBEN gPARftuW, Agent. Ah«.|raet of the Animal KtAtnn> ni . OF Tlie Phcpiiix Insurance Company, OF HARTFORD, CONN., Ou tbe 1st Day of November, ISM, TO THE STATE OF MAINE. A • « c t * j Cash on hand and in Bank.$42,908.57 Cash in bands of, and due fr.ra Agents,.120.609.75 Loans on Realms tote,.153,000.00 Lonus on Real and Personal Security,.24,890.00 United States .Securities,. 111 i»47 50 New York Brink Stock*. 8k’o2b!X> Hartford Bank Stocks.looVs.uo Other Bank Stocks,. 60,250.00 Banda—State, Oity and Water.!2922?20.00 Aflfcufti ul&t ed Interest,. 4,027.33 Total Assets.1,001,273.15 Amount of Premium Notes,.None. Total Amount of Inabilities,. .*59,595.97 WAT. B. CLAUK, Sec y. HENRY KFIjJttlG, Prcddont. • A. W. JILLsON, Vice-President. W. O. UlTlEa CO., Agents, J» COaaBBCIAl. NTniiET. November 19, ISOe, 03w SPECIAL NOTICE —OF— i iii'e Iii^uranee! HAVING been appointed General Agents lor Maine of the ol«l New England Mutual Life Ins. Co., Of Button, Meat., being theol.!(>it purely Mutual Lite Ins. Co. in America, wo wish liitry good, active agent* to work in the different cities and villages throughout the State. None need apply unless good reference can be give, 'idle Co. is ti’.i yearn old and has paid in Dividends $1,217,000 00 and over $2,090,000 00 in losa es by death. It has now a well-invested accumulated Capital oi over $4,o0u,000 00. 'J he Co. lormerlv made and paid its dividends >>nco in five years. A Divi dend win bo made up in Nov. ICl&rt, and annually thereafter, and available one year from date of Poli cy. ^plications tor local Agencies will be made to lOJFUS SMALL & SON, Gen’l Agents, no2M3m_ Biddeford, Me. OFFICE OF THE Springfield Fire and Murine Insurance Company. NpringficLI, TIiimm. September 16, INI. To the Agents of the Springfield Fire and Marine Insurance Company. Gentlemen The officers ot this Company take greal pleasure in announcing to their Agents, patrons i and friends, that by an unanimous vote qf the stock holders, the capital stock of this com pony has been in creased to HALF A MILLION Dollar*, all paid in CASH, and that the assets of the company arc $690,171,71; Capital, $500,000; Surplus, $190,171,74. Notwithstanding the frequent fires and the heavy losses sustained by insurance companies, THIS Com pany is able to show to its agents and patrons, such a list of MBCfts and securities as to entitle it to a position in the front rank among insurance companies in this country— one worthy of the fullest confidence, and giving the most perfect securities to poHcv-holdcrs. The policies in this company, furnish the most am ple indemnity to our customers, we ask in return good risks, and adequate rates, and we trust our many and ffiithml agents may in the future as in the past, look well to our interests—enlarge and increase our busi ness, upon w liat shall prove a safe class of risks. Edmund Freeman, President, Chartered 1849, J. N. Dunham, Sec. Capital & Surplus$690,171194, Chas. E. Lane, Assistant. Sec. We are Yours Very Truly, E. Freeman, President. J. N. Dunham, Secretary, .luhn G. Doiv A Mon, Agents, sep29-codtf PORTLAND, MAINE. Marine Insnrauee • * -ON— Ships, Barques, Brigs an i Sehdoners! —BY— Ocean Mutual Insurance Comp’y, NEW BEDFORD. * I Pacific Mutual Insurance Campy, NEW BEDFORD. Aggregate Capital, $580,101,17 No extra charge for Cargoes Grain in Bull;, Coal, 1 Salt, Iron. Copper Ore, Marble or Slate coastwise. We I shall he pleased to secure a share of public patronage. I Olilce 166 Fore Ntrret, Portland. J. W. MUNGEB db SON. j oct€.ood3m n FAlUIiANKS’ PREMIUM STANDARD SCALES ! ]\.f APE of the best material-, in the? most thorough J*JL manner, and receiving > n:.fiTAlCf l:jr*;<»VJ> i Mms, under the supervision-'d THE ORIGITIh IWCWTOR. Every variety, as Tiny, C< al, Railroad, Plaitorm ! an l Counter. Druggists’, Confectioners’, Butchers’, i Grocers’, and Gold Seales, Booms, Spring Balances, &c, for sale at our WAREIlfOIJNE, 118 MILK 8TE EE T, no3TOir, Fairbanks, Brown & (Jo. Agents for sale si* Tilton & McFarland's Celebrated Sifea, White** Patent IRFoucy Dnuvm, and Crcn* non’* Gri KCraulatot**. For Bale in Portland by noldSrn Emery, Wnle i-Ijaumc A (o, Livertj and HadStable FOR SALE! \LL the stock in mv stoblo, Centre Street, will l*e 8'hi at private iaio. during lids week, if posei Me, m order to vacate tho stable bt the 1st of De cember. The stock com i rises fifteen Horses, s ane of them of the tirat quality, ami all good cuea. A Isa, 7 Toj» JKngeiM; ‘i Jenny 1 finds; '£ Carryalb; 'J Opeu ISueyirKi ‘J iVliefl IIik-Us; ■«S .Sleigli IlnrkM*, IO Hloiile anil Donlilr sleigh-; IO Sets Sinclo and l>nnble IlnrntM i ilobm atari UlaukclM. Also, one Tilton McFarland Saic, and good Office Desk, i'orsona wishing any of the above stuck, would do well to give me a call. , J. F. LIBBY. November 20, 1S<W. dlw The Portland Glass Company Axe prepared to furnish Rich Cut Dinner and. Tea Sets! And all hinds of Cut Ware suitable for the HOLI DAYS; also QAS SHADES of various patterns. Samples maybe seen at thulr Manufactory. liolidlm H*A»Y FOR DlfllKKlii. WILLIAM BROWN, formerly at 91 Fedeicl street, is now pern, in i.llv located at his new store No (U Federal st, . ' clow Lime street. He is now prepared to *■ /ante of bin numecoiiH eusi .uuers :»nd i tl*y i 'i • . -ijrally in tho way of cleaning and re pairing clothing of all kinds, and will be attended ' to with his usual profnpttfc*;. Also second-hand Clothing tot B ile at fair pi ices. uo'Cdtl For Sale. \NICE STOCK ot GROCERIES end PROVIS IONS, with STORE, In one of the 1m:st locations in this city. Has a good mu of the best ot trade. e,,qU,rC at PRESS OFFICE._ (io to Adams A Cnrinton’s I-sOR your H<i.i8C-fariii8liiii:: of nil kind.; 1 (rfjrwetin-s, and all kind. ni'( aockerv, OlasH, Tin, Stone, Earlhcm and Wnotlnn Ware, Paper Hang ing.., Window shades .fe, «e. noXklllm i Bi icbs fop Sale. no J>AA Ol.D RHICKS and 50.perch of r\/\y Slone li*r sale by CALEB SMALL, W111 Brackett st i Notice. PERSONS < ioariug the ruins or digging cellars can find a good place to deposit their rubbish on ! Franklin Wharf. S. ROUNDS. sopIlO—dtf Wliat anger. Store to Let. SUITABLE for » Fancy Goods or liglit Stationery business. Inquire ot’ .1. J. W. REEVES, a,.in i,, no. 9Green st. ( For Sale Cheap. ITIVE Black Walnut SHOW CASES, 9 feet Inn each, and one counting room Kelt, a Tew nice one. F. INGRAHAM. Yarmouth, Nov, 1*'. 18fl6.__ tf For Sale. 'T/'WY BBT*S. ArPLES. in quantities to snit / v/\ / purehasors, bv JEREMIAH HOWE & CO., no24dlw 27 Commercial st. ITGA1IBHI. Montreal OceanSteamship Oo. tl. I ark VINO tiik CANADIAN n. -! , *, -\ AND UNITED STATUS MA1LS Pa^enyfi-H llo»kcd to l.(rhlon.i«-uj a<ul ■iirrrpo*!. Krtnru I'irla ti hi The Steamship <’ apt. I bit ton, will EHil from this port for Uvcriwol, SA 1 l i. D Y Y, Di December, isbo, immediately after the arrival of the tram ol the previous day from Montreal, tube follow ed by the Belgian on the Rth. Passage to Londonderry and l.iven>onl, cabin, (ac cording to accommodation) 4 &7oi-•>£«). Steerage, Payable in Gold or lt» eouivali mi. i ir*For Freighter paiis.,40 :if #,iv*to Portlan.l, Not.'w^Wm: Al 1A i- N”g„Li;}Jil PORTLAND AND NEW V< '■< STEAMSHIP COMPANY. S K 11 I-W 1: »■: 11 I. V 1.1IV E. ** Th« -pli ii lid and ta-.t Steam *+xx.^ „T Bhipn Dibit!*). Capt. It s.ii K A 5 WOOI*. null FKAaNi UNI ‘ . ( apt W. S«KKWOOD, w.i . un it "•I* ntiA'vA further notice, run as tub* Leave Brow ’• Whai f, iV»rthiinl,evei.v Y« t DM '. DAY and SATi KDAY, a 1 I*. M.,und l.w.. ri: r X“* *’ad Hirer, hYw Yorn. < v« v WJihMslLi 1 and SATUiti ■ A Y, at 11/< lc.«;k 1 . *. These vessels aro lit td up with line n v.-niiuoda lioiis lor pUKseugtih, umkit... ihi** H e in ..-t ». edy, sab; and roiulo.l.ibJo route i *r tiavrlh; . l«- v.f’11 New York and Main.-. 1'n age, in Mai • . in. $6.00 Cabin jmsuttge $.>.()»». Mi :• .> extra. Good- tor warded by t*ii lii.e to and iu.ut Mon lr al, Quebec, Langn, ['•; !h, Augusta, Fa lt oi i and Sfc. Jo 11. Shipper# me rcpic-u-n • .-end then lie;-. > • U • hteiviiu*i''H as 1 any an;; p. ,'u, 111 the da\ toil tin y leave Portland. For Ireighi or pa-iugi apply p» LMKll\ A 1(*X. Lvov, n • VY hel l, 1 •' *1. F. AMl.S. Pmi bn ! •'F. > ,|{f STKAMBOAT INOT’U J WINTKlt AICU AMiK.m :> ! To Penobscot River twice <1 W eek. \ The S,» ik. i LADY LANG, ( apt. J A. L. Wbitnwrc, will c lu'ctue A , - $ ! \the Winter tvi| * on MONDAY, ^we^^i-dK-'AVNor. 10th, Will leave Finland for m aHa, pn-a* iir as ih. . win primit) every Xu* s iav Friday evening at 1) o'clock. Returning, will leave Lunger CTery M.rnd: . end ’Ihur day moniin.- at ri o'clock, umi Wua.ip .ir at 7 o'clock, toileting v.< Hampden, Dm-kfcp4 i t, Bel fast, ( annh ii amt Uorklai; '. each way. For freight or ...i :c pl»::» ». apply to office on Railroad Wluul, toot of State i*t» u'. A. SOMERBY, Aron*. Portland, Nov. 17, IP(T. dtf FREIGHT FOR TDK SOUTH AND WtfST. t, Buatm >.i:.l PbimiTolpi .tt £:.-}--£ziZA. Ffi unship L i < Tho Steamers ROMAN, SAXON, and Attll? now form the tine, and ■« : h-omcr leaver each i . r KVEliY 1TYL 1»AVi*. Fiom Long V. hnr , U- -ton,.gt 1: jj. From PineRfc. Wbai t, rbiladelplih*,... n lOA.Al Freight tor the. W.,-i FinvoilM h\ it.o 1% ia,t\h i nia Rail.o id, cod to Baltimore r.mi Wn: iiin-i. i; ■ . C'anat or Cniii. id, in ■< it . n. - . For freight, apply to W11ITNR Y & S A A) PS ON, Nov 2'M-dlvr Agents ?0 Long Wbari, B. v. u. fAriE BEQihtUiG bOSTOSi. Summer Ai'ranyement! • - 1'iilil .nrthi i notice the .‘•t' numi* ol the Portland Steam Packet Co. will run as joiIows:— Lea Vo Atlantic Wharf f. r Bouton every evening, (except Sunday) ci 7 o’clock. Leave boston the Name day* at 5 P. \l. Cabin lare,.$t.r,u Beck,. l on . CJif Package ticketsto be had of the Agents at re 1 duced rates. Freight taken as usual L. HILLINGS. Agent May 22nd, 1E66—dtl International Steamship 0 o. Eastport, Calalj and 8t. John. FALL ARRANGEMENT. TWO TKIFS FEIS WEEK. On and after Monday, October l.,t the steamer MAN BRUNSWICK. \Capt. F. I . WINCHESTER, and -d'the steamer NEW ENGLAND »> , xi*u , • Fapt. i . FIELD will leave Rail Road W hart toot ot Stale Street every MONDAY and lilt lJSD.N \ , at 5 o’clock I*, lit for Kar'lport and St John. RETURNING, will leave St.John and East port same dayh for Portland and Boston. At Eastport the Steamer tyi Li N will connect t.»r St. Andrews, Robbiustou, Calais and New Brunswick Railway to Wootlstock runt llonhon Station*, and Stage Coaches will connect for Mathias. At St. Joint possengen take >.. .v N. A. Railway for Sbcdiac, and from thence for Snmi.mrside and Charlottetown, P. E. Island, and PicRw, N. S; al«.> at St. John the steamer Empress for Windsor and Hah6tx, every Tuesday aiul Friday evenings, and tbr Digby every Monday and Thursday morn mgs. Freight received on days of sail in ' unul I o’clk. P*M. C. t. EATON, sep25-dtf Agent. JJ. S. Marsha/'fi Notice. 7 United States op America, 1 District of Maisk, r. r. i PURSUANT to sunury >ionitioiirf tome directed from tbe Hon. Ldward Fox, dud^e «.i the Unl t°d S'liioR Dislnct Court w dliia and lor the District of Maine, I hi ivb qi\c public notice that the lol. l'.wuig Label and Iniorzmuioiio have Ken tiled In saidt ourt. viz: An Fnformuf hn a: must one Horse called the “NcL he W. Lochc. * r. bed by the Collector of tlio Dis trict of Portland and f.d.i.outli .11 the ruinpc »ih •lay ot Oc ober la t ) u&t,at Portland in -ad D*. trict. A Libel agaiuat Tiren*j/-tirn Quinta1* 0/ Pollock Fish: O.12 Half Barrel of /hrring : Twenty-srven Barrels No. 1 Mackerel: (hie Barrel So. *2 Mack r el: 3V) Lbs. jRustu Mackerel: 73 Empty Barrels: 23 Barrels Sail, seized by the CVdlecto*-ol the District ol Cortland and Falmouth on the iiftoeuth day ot (tetober last past, at Portland I. said !>i trier. An Information agiin t Oiut Wafer Wheel : One he: Lathe Bench and Turning Toots : (hie Board Plane: On2 Orind Stone and Bench: Twelve Circular Saws: Siw Saw Shafts • One Cl-apfuxtrd Machine: One , Machine: One Match S/dfpt Machine: One f ace Planer: One Machine, for preparing Match Blocks: One Power Cross Out Saw: One hind crossiui saw ; Cbic and onh'if gross St a. . cd Mali hot: ninety •three One cent Stomas, and all the Shifting, Belting, un stamped Matches, Stores, and other Furniivre in die Mill and Dry Hou\e connected therewith: < hest (if loots, Monkey Wrench, ffc., ftc., s*• 1 - t by the Collector 11 Infernal 1; m • qo lor (lie first Collec iv n District f Maine, on the twenty-seventh day ofO. tobe. 'm-tpa l.atllol is, in s.d I rintiiot. Which seiztu. fi were for breaches of rl.i- law? of the United States mris more i< rt set forth in said Libel and Iniomutlons; that a hearing and trial will be had then on at Portland in an d District, on the First Tuesday of December next, where any pe sons hue ested tin r in. may appear and show cause, if any can be tbown, wherefore the ?ame should not be. decreed forioit, and disposed ol accnvu ing to law. Dated at Portland this sevontecnih day of No vember, A. D., ie«G. F. A (JT IMBY, iieputy U. S. .Marshal IHsf. ot Maine. Nov. 17—dl4d M AGIO II A I R Reisitoraliye ! ! NO. 1, Will Kcklarr «roy or luiU.I la m. ORIGINAL UOLOK, EITHER BLACK OR BROWN. •Strengthens the hair and gives nourishment to the roots. Makes the bail* soft and moist. Prevents and cures Dandrutl A Splendid Hah- Ores sing, PBOVKD TO UK 1 UK Hunt anil Cheapest in ihe Market. MAGIC . i 11 L> V Id be applied to the Hair or Whiskers and mo; no washing. - F- r sale by all Druggists. , 4 ' I'lIABhIA NI’-^ SI \I^I., Proprietor, octlCeod 47 Hanover at, i‘ «,um. ;nu I IIA VK IWNl) The place t- buy \\ hips and Cu; u ♦, cheap at whole side :uid retail. LEE & STEHBINS, ,"(«> Congress str< et, ^ Is the place. THEY W.4IIKANT oil gon Igas lepruente.l, Don’t f.naei the place, si.u ot tile Imlian Queen. n neptl8<l"m AMERICAN LLODYB t tTUIE unrinrnb'ncd hereby pi vc notice that holms A been appointed Ag»nt of American Lloyds tor the Hfa»c of Maine, and is prepaid I to inspect vessels of all sizes In course ct c iiBtrueiii i) and report the same f.»r clnssiticaii ai. Ship builders and owners v. onhl therefore confer a favor l»y sending mo early notice of the TmwuiTn they are hull ling for v. luck a cIubk is desired. u xi k Ina|iector. __ Hath, Me., Nov. In, n .vlftdliu* Portland Laundry. ‘’rjen. r,-w:h,l ll„. Oflw Koruit City Dye House. No. 315< 'onpres*, *,1revt J Njaice if he u hy given I ha*., il,.- l'orllaml Laondn ha.beonre.fieiiciluy the sut,*lihor. who ha. beeh rnaiiv .’,ears connected w ith the well know n Chelsea LKc House uud Laundry, and with the experience thus nurtured he in now prepared to do all dcncrip thins <»l Laundry work In a aithdactorv manner. jynMa A. T. • R \ v\ LEI. Igi nt Southern Pine. ABOUT HO M very superior Floorin'* and SI. p Boards now landing at Custom House Wharf, and for tale in lots to suit pnrobas. rs. Apply to c. m. r» vvis & co., 117 Commercial Hired. Portland, Nov. 21. 1mH». uov22<Hf Horses Icr Sale. A T the Horse Railroad Stable 1ft or Vj low priced l\. Horse?, oe8eod2m