Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, December 7, 1866, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated December 7, 1866 Page 4
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I--■" -— Irish Drollery. An amusing story of Daines Barrington, Bo b' irder of Dublin, appears in the English pa pers : Having to appear for a pi liutifl, in a ease at Clonmel, Barrington let into the defendant in Unmeasured terms. The individual inveighed against, not being present, only heard ot the invectives. After Barrington, however, had got back to Dublin, the defendant, a Tipperary man named Foley, lost no time in paying his compliments to the counsel. He rode all day sod night, and, covered witli sleet, arrived be fore Barrington’s residence in Hat court street, Dublin. Throwing the reins of the smoking liorsc over the railing of the area, he announc ed his arrival by a thundering knock at the floor. Barrington’s valet unswered the sum mons, and, opening the street door, beheld tuo 1 ougli-coated Tipperary fire-eater, with a 1am r-tiok under his arm, and tire sleet sticking to liis bushy whiskers. , , . .. “Is your master up’/ demanded the visitor in a voice that gave some Intimation ot the object of his journey. “No,” answered the man. ■'Then give him my compliments, and say Mr. Foley—he’ll know the name—will be glad to see him.” Tiie valet went up stairs, and told liis mas ter. who was in bed, the purpose of his visit. ■•Then don’t let Mr. Foley in for your life,” said Barrington, “for it is not a hare nor a brace of ducks that ho has come to present ine with.” Iho man was leaving llie bod-room, when a rough, wet coat pushed by him, while a thick voice said "By your leave,” and at the Bame time Mr. Foley entered the bod-room. ‘ Vou know my business, sir,” said lie to Bar rington, “I have made a .journey to Dublin to teach you manners, and it’s not my purpose to return until I have broken every bone in your body,’ and at the same time lie cut a figure of eight with his sliillalah before the cheval glass. "Vou do not mean to say you would murder lilt- in bed?” exclaimed Dailies, who had as much humor as cool courage. “No,” replied the other, ‘hut get up as soon as you can.” ‘ Ves,” replied Daines, “that you might fell me the moment I put myself out of the blan kets.” “No,” replied the other, “I pledge you my word not to touch you until you are out of bed?” “Vou won’t?” “No” “Upon your honor.” "No.” ‘ That is enough,” said Daines, turning over •and making himself comfortable, and seem ing as though he meant to iall asleep, “I have the honor of an ‘Irish gentleman,’ and may rest as safe as though I were under the castle guard.” The Tipperary salamander looked marvel ously astonished at the pretended sleeper, but soon Daines begau to snore. "Halloa,” said Mr. Foley, “ain’t you going to get up?” ’ No,” said Daines, “1 have the word of an Irish gentleman that he will not strike me in bod, and I am sure I am not going to get up to have my bones broken. I will never get up again. In the meantime, Mr. Foley, if you should want your breakfast, ring the Ix-ll; the lost iu the house is at your service. The morn ing paper will be here presently, but be sure and air it before reading, for there is nothing from which a mail so quickly catches a cold as reading a damp journal,” and Daines atfected to go to sleep. The Tip had fun in him as well as ferocity; he could not resist the cunning of the counsel. "Get up, Mr. Barrington, for in bed or out of bed, I have not the pluck to hurt so droll a heart.” The result was, that in less than an hour af terwards, Daines and his intended murderer were sitting down to a warm breakfast, the lat ter only intent upon assaulting a dish of smok ing chops. Curious Souvenir of Paul Jones.-An English paper says: “A gentleman in Liverpool has had photographed, to the exact size of the originals, two official documents relative to the once notorious Paul Jones. These documents were issued by the custom officials at Kirkcud bright, in 1770, and set forth that Paul Jones ‘is the master of the ship John, of Dumfries,' aud that she‘lias on board a cargo of sugar, ginger, &c., all British sugar plantation pro ducts,brought direct from Grenadoes, a British plautatiou in America.’ In tho-e days ‘pro tection to native industry’ was the rule of our national policy, and Capt. John Paul, as he is styled in the documents, had to declare that ‘all his crew were British seamen,’ and that ‘since loading in Grenadoes, I have no foreign sails or sail-cloth on board.’ Paul Jones could evidently handle a pen as well as a pistol, for his signature is remarkably bold and clear, with plenty of flourishes round the capital let ters.” Punctuation.—Any editor of a literary pa per or magazine, with a single year’s experi ence, is h competent witness to prove that not more than four out of every forty who scribble f .r bread or notoriety have any more correct ideas of punctuation than a Patagonian has of Paradise. One profound thinker, leaving out the h, drives on over three pages of foolscap without a single dot of punctuation. Another perpetrates one line periods, bringing us to ‘ down brakes” at the end of every line, as abruptly as if we had checked up against a ch-ad wall at thirty miles au hour speed. Number three keeps up a continuous string of exclama tion points—eternally screaming at something that requires no screaming at whatever A good many effect the doling style of punctua tion, slipping in one m, two, three, and half lino dashes indiscriminately, dashing para graphs into spasmodic nonsense. ft ill1. JI lilKETS. TELEGRAPHIC REPORTS. I'iuaucial. New York, Dec. 6. The Post say.* the dr aw of greenbacks to the South continues. The National Banks have been notified by the Commissioner of Internal Revenue that they are no longer required to pay a license tax on a great er sum than their chartered capital. Dullnci-s of gen eral buainesp is increasing anil awakens the most pro found concern, the results from over excitement, heavy taxes and the apprehension of speedy 3|»eeie payments. The stock market iB dull and languid.— Governments are lower. Railroad shares feverish with no disposition to buy. Loan market is inactive and easy at 6 @ 7. There is rather more produce of fering, but there is a disposition to discriminate against anything but the very best. New Ycrli llark.l. New York, Dec. 6 Cotton—scarcely so firm; sales 900 bales. Middling uplands at 33Jc. Flour—more active; sales 10,200 bbla. State at 7 50 @ 11 15*; hound Hoop Ohio at 10 00 @ 13 00; Western ut 7 50 % 11 80; Southern at 11 20 & 16 00. Wheat—more active. Corn—heavy and 2 (f£ 4c lower; sales S3,000 bush. Mixed Western at 1 12 a 1 15. Oats—cosier: sales 31,000 bush. Western at Cl @ 62c. Beet—heavy, Pork—firmer. Lard—lower; sales at 11 @ 12$c. Butter—unchanged. Whiskey—quiet. Sugars—dull. Naval Stores—dull and lower. Petroleum —lull. Tallow—dull. Wool—quiet. Freights* to Liverpool—quiet and firm. Chicago Markets. Chicago, Dee. C. Flour dull with light sales; choice Snriug extra at 10 00. Wheat quiet and less linn; sates at 2 0G for No. 1, and 1 81 for No. 2. Corn dull aud weak; No. 1 opened at 82c and closed at 801c; No. 2 opened at 76c aud closed at 75c. (.tats at 40*c for No. 2. Barley at 110 fog 115. Mess pork at 17 6b cash, and 17 25 @ 17 50 delivered in January. Lard at12c. Dressed hog* 15 C<£ 20c lower; sales at 6 25 @ 6 50. .Receipts—2,587 bbls. flour, 26.581 bush, wheat, 12. 700 bu9h. corn, 8,700 bush, oais, 9,630 hog*. .Shipments—13,968 bbls. flour. 11,491 bush, wheat, 4,562 bush, corn, |.,300 bush, oats, 1,292 hogs. Cierimiali Market*. Cincinnati, Dec. 6. Flour .lull and unchanged. Wheat* No. 2 Spring at 2 00 @ 2 05, and 2 15 lor new. Mess Pork at 18 50. Lard at life in bbls. Meats— shoulders at 7$@>8c; packed sides atOJc; green shoulders at 5fc; green sides at 7]; bacon unchanged. Hogs very dull at 5 25 v{£ 5 6d in gro <s, and 7 00 & 8 75 net. Corn at 56 @ 6Gc iu the ear,find 60c shelled; old dull at 75cfor ear, and 85c shelled. Oats at 47 « 18c for No. 2, and 52c for No. 1. Rye at 1 13 lor No. 1. Barley at 1 00 for No. 2 r pring; No. 1 at 1 15 ;<£ 1 20; extra at 1 50 & 1 55.— Whiskey at 2 30 a 2 32$. Cotton at 30fc. Linseed Oil at 1 36 ;& i 37. Clover Seed at 7 00 a 8 00. Milwaakce Market*. „ Milwaukee, Dec. 6. Flour lower and active: sales superline Winter at 11 00 @ 12 00. Wheat aetlye; sstles at 2 03 for No. 1, and 1 81 for No. 2. Provisions lower; sales of mess Pork at 16 00; dressed Hogs lower; sales at 6 00 & 6 15. Receipts—2,000 bbls Flour, 8,500 bush Wheat, 266 dressed hogs. Shipments—2,800 bbls. Flour, 340bush. Wheat. Nt. liOUiN Market. '•st. Loi'lrt, Mo., Dec. 6. Elour dull, and lower qualities? 50^ 8 00; higher do. at 11 50 @ 13 50. Wheat steady; spring at 2 00 a 2 10; fall at 2 40 ® 2 50. Coni, new While and Yel low at 75c; old do. at 85c. Oats dull and declining; sales at 62 @ Gic. Barley—Spring at 1 10; FaU at i 60. Whiskey—no sales. Mess Pork—sales at 20 50. Lard dull. Hogs lower; sales at G 25 @ 6 00. Wilmiagtoa Market*. . Wilmington, N. C., Dec. 6. Cotton—very dull; sales at 29 @ 30c for Middling uplands. Spirits turpentine declining; sales at 574 ; Crude do. quiet; Virgin and Yellow Dip at 45c. Ros in inactive at 3 00 @ 6 00. Tar at 1 50, a decline of 20c. Angaatn Cettoa Market. Augusta, Ga.. Dec. 5. Cotton firmer and in fair demand; sales ot 380 bales; nlxict Middling at 32c. Charleston Market. Charleston, S. C., Dec. 5. Cotton steady and in fluir demand; soles 840 bales; Middling Uplands at 32 (g 32fc. Commercial—Per Cable. ' Liverpool, Dec. 6, Noon. The Cotton sales are estimated at 10,000 bales. , London, Dec. 5, Noon. Consol* arc quoted at 88$ for money. Americas Securities.—The following are the quota ions for Americm Securities: Erie Railroad Shares 46J. Illinois (ientral Railroad Shares 77$. Unit ed Stales 5-20 s 70$. London, Dec. 6. Evening. American Securities.—The following were the closing prices of American securities: Erie Railway share.-* 47$. Illinois Central shares 77$. United States 5-20^70}. The money market is quiet and Consols are still quoted at 88}. The market for Breadstuff's is flat. Havana Market. Havana, Dec. 1. Nrw York Klerk Market. New Yobk, Dae. C. second Boaiid—Stocks steady. Money 7 per cent. American Gold. ir. s. Sixes, 18x1, registered,. U. s. Fivo-’N enties, coujioris, 1862. 1061 U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1861, looi II. s. Five-Twenties, coupons, isco,. . 107} H*S- JftYC-l'WMltKM, coupons, 1665,new issue.. motj II. ». len-tortics, regcsiered... loo New York Central,. 110} Brie.■ 71} Huils. m,. 120 ltoading,.'.'........ •'.. ill Michigan Southern.7» Illinois Central.117 Cleveland * Pitishuig. 8:i Cleveland & Toledo.112 Chicago A Itoek Island.10.". Chicago A North Western,. 5t| Pittsburg A Fort Wayne.105 Boston Water Power Company. 6» . 44 BomIou Stack Sales at the Brokers’ Board, Dec 6. American Gold. 1394 United Stales Coupon Sixes, 1881. 1134 United Statoa 7 3-loths, 1st series. 105§ small. 1056 *• 2d series. 1 *31 “ .’A series. l‘*5j “ riiua.ll. 105 United Stare-. S-L'li-. 18*72. 108 *• lstw . i<“;£ “ lHt*3. lO tl lilted States Teu-ioi ties.. M3 Ra tern Railroad. HI Western Railroad. HO I Sales at Auction.] Androscoggin MU .. 214 PeppereU Manufacturing Company. 1185 New Hampshire State Sixes,. 1*01 MAKKIED. lu Gray. Dec. 2, Frank T*. Cram and Miss Carrie M. 1 leering, both of Gorham. In Turner. Nov. 29, David S. Thomas, of T., and l->ora C. Perry, ol Hebron. in Noi way, Nov. 29. John E. Saunders, of N., and Mary U. Hutchinson, of Albany. In Limerick, Ncv. 17, David E. Johnson, ot Lim ington, and Ruth A. Milos, ol Limerick. In Parsonslicld, Nov. 22, Albion Towle, of Limer ick, and Ada C. Moulton, of P. Iu Liddi lord, Nov. 25, Wm. M. Burbank and Mrs. Hannah Chadboarne, both of Lyman. __ DIED. Drowned, by sinking ot ship Kaie Dver, oil File Is'and, night of Dec 1st.. Frank Melville Jones, ag d 10 years « mouths—son of Ii. W. Jone>, of this city. In Mercer, Nov 26, Ames Ingalls, aged 78 years— formerly of Bridgton. In lliddeforJ. Dec. 1, Mrs. Ab&g&J F. bhepley, wiie of the late Hon. John Simple) , aged 7»i years. In York, Nov. 17, ol diptliena, Mary Abbie, aged 11 years; 2 :d, Willie, aged 4 years, and Clara, ag d 3 year's; 28th, Char es, aged 13 > ears—children ot W illiam Donnell. In Lewiston, Dec. 3, M ss Fanny Ames, aged .6 years 1 months. OKPARII Hfci OK OiKW S&BAMGRS NAME FROM FOR DATE. Africa.Boston.Liverpool.Dec 5 City o Dublin.New York. .Liverpool.Dec 5 Columbia.New York.. Havana.Dec b Belgian.Port land — Li verpool.Dec 8 City of 1 abimore.. New York.. Liverpool.Dec 8 Uennania. New York.. Hamburg.Dec 8 Manhattan.New Y'ork.. Hav A- VCruz.Dec 10 Henry Chauncey. .New York.. Aspinpall.Dec 11 Kangaroo.New York.. Liverpool.Dec 12 Scotia.New Yoik.. Liverpool.Dec 12 Moro Castle.New Yrork. .Havana.Dec 13 America.New York.. Bremen.Dec 13 Miuiulur* Almanac.December 1. Sail 11: €8. 7.16 SUU set.-.4.28 I Mo,>n sets... 5..<o PM | High water.11.30 AM MARINE NEWS PORT OP PORTLAND. ThuiNday, December G> ARRIVED. Shio OakiuuJ, (new) Merriman, B.unswiek, in tow tug L'n -le Sam. Barque Jenny Prince, (new) Piinee, Freepoii, in low of tug Warri r. Sch Dray, llamlin, Boscon. Sch Python, C'andage, 1 Juehill. Sch Almira Ann, Lewis, Bristol. Sc!i S D Hart, Burgess, Calais for New Bedford. Sch Maine. Brown. Maehias for Boston. Sch Emma Lnnt, Rav, Surry for Boston. Sch Frances Ellen, Brown. Biingor for Brighton. Sch Pierce, Howes, Bangor for We}mouth. CLEARED. Barque Henry P Lord, Pinkham, Matanzas—Chur chill, Browns & Manson. Brig Abby P Fenno. (Br) McLean, St John, NB JohnPorteous. Launched—At Belfast 3d last, from the yurd of C P Carter & Co, a brig cf about 300 tous, named dames Miller. Her rigging was put up on tbe stocks and sire sailed for Bangor within three hours after tho launch. She is owned b.v the builders and Ca d E E Pendleton, who commands her. NOTICE TO MARINERS. Notice is hereby given that the Buoy on Jordan's Reef, ar Bell Rock, Portland i I arbor, Me., has gone adrift trom its moorings, and will be replaced as soon as possible. Bv order of the Lighthouse Board, JOHN POPE, J . H. inspector. First District. Portland. Dee 6 IS66. DISASTERS, Sell Concord, (of Rockland) Pinkham, parted her chains and went ashore at Sprue.* Head 30th ult, i where she bilged and filled. She Was Mibsequently got oif and taken to Rockland tor re pairs. Her car go is a total loss. The wreck of a barque of about 400 tons, apparent ly hastern built, was passed 28th ult, in lat 38 32 N, Ion 71 28, waterlogged. Sch Quickstep, Richardson, from Philadelphia fer Gloucester, \\ ith coal, was in collision with steamer Concordia, oif Handkerchief Lightship, and sunk. Crew saved by tbe steamer and carried to New York, [lire Q registered 135 tons was buiit at Tremont in i8-'ni; and hailed from Boston, j DOMESTIC PORTS. SAN FRANCISCO—Cld 5th inst, ship Gol ien Fleece, Nelson, Hong Kong. N KW ORLEANS Ar ?8th. ship i urban, Kuowls, Boston. Below 29th; ships Sorrento, Wilson, from Havre; Gettysburg, Edge, from New York: Cambria, Har rington, if om Ardro.-san; John Sidney, Hall, from Liverpool; barque Alamo. Strieker, fro.a Bremer - haven. • Cid 28th, ship Ceres, Humphrey, Bordeaux. Adv 28th. slaps Mayflower, Cull, tor Havre; Foca hontas, Delano, and Thos lira waid, St lick kind, tor Liverpool; barque Joshua Loiing, Loring. lor Bos ton, Idg. Ar below 4th inst, shin Constitution, M.icheU. from Livcrjiool; White Jaclct, from do. SAVANNAH—Ar 30tli ult. brigs Anna .Vi Knight, Knight, irom Sagua, ro load for Boston; Myron us, Higgins, Matanzas. Cld 30th. sebs Marcus Hunter, Orr, and Maria Pierson, Chamberlain. New York. SM doth, sch John Crooker. Lowe, Falatkn. i NORFOLK—Cld 1st inst, brig Dirigo. Kumball. tor 1 Guadaloupe. BALTIMORE—Ar 4th, ship B S nJmbaU, Dear born. Callao. PHILADELPHIA—Cld 3d, brig €harler.&, Water house. Mansanilla. i Id 1th, bri;» M A Reed, Reed, Havana. NEW lOBK—Ar 4tU, brigs B Young, Gibson. Da rien, Ga; M Louise VI i ler, i new) Leighto , Cherry field, Nellie Gay, (new) Gay. do; schs Julia E Carn age.. Montgomery, Charleston; Daybreak, Cous ns, Bancor: Express, Conant, Bangor tor Rondout. Cld 4tb, ship Harvest Queen, Hutchinson, tor San Francisco; bng John Sherwood, Berry, Mobile. Ar 5th, brig Charlotte Buck, Gott, Havana; s ha R C Lane, Lane, Mavague/. .Also ar 0th, shin Cultivator, horn Liverpool: brig E P Swett, from Cardenas; sc j Rebecca C Lane, fin Mayaguez. Cld 5th, barque Nctt e Meriiman, Rollins, Callao; Wallace, Adams, New Orleans; brigs Jc sie Rhynas, Pendleton. New Orleans; W H Birkmore, Fountain, Sa. annah; Ficd. nia, Howes, for do; Emma, Keen, Rockland. PROVIDENCE—Cld 6tL, .*ch C Fantauzi Woos ter, New York. Sid 5th, brig Belle of the Bay, Noyes, Wilming tOii, NC. BRISTOL - Ar 3d, sch Corinthian, Ca le, from Bangor. Sie.w ruKi-Ar 4th, brig John Aviles, Pi.ilbrook, Baugoi lor New York; bchb Sarah N S.eith, Sher man, im do for do, Adriana, Eastman, Bath for do; Hattie, Carter, Bangor for d.»; Fanny k Shaw, (new, of Thuinaston) irom St John, NB for Philadelphia; Hannibal, Cox, Boston for do / lu port5th, ache Leesburg, Typhoon, Amelia Wm McCobb, and the ..bove af 1vala.' FALL lilA EU—Ar 4tli. M»h Irene E Meservey, tin Georgetown, DC. IP UjAIES* HuLE—Ar 4th, brigs Orozimbo, Foss, Elizabetlipori for Boston; H H MeGilvery, Smart, do i t Belfast; sob Bonny Ives. Holt, ElKw. rth tor Providence. Sid 6ih, brigs Susan Duncan, IIH MeGilvery, and Orozimbo. BOSTON—Ar oth, sch .1 S Hewett, Foster, from Pb 1 add phi a. CM 5th, 8'Ls Addie Wal:on, Rich, lor Washington; Katun, CurtL, Ellsworth; Laid, Went worth, Bangor; Fanny Keating, Daniels. P .rtlami. Ar Gth, barque Sterling, Haiaing, Cronstadt; brig Hampden, Bryant, Bangor. Cld Glli, ship Artisan,. Pollard, NewOrl ans; sth Marion, (Hr) Cathiin. Portland. SALEM—Ar 4th, brig. Caniina, Marshall. Calais for Uiidgcport; Charlotte,(new) stupe 11. Bangor lor New York; Monica, Mitchell; C Matthews,Cox, and Se Foam, Coombs, do tor do; Jane Fish, Harris, caljis; F A B iilev, Sherman, Calais for Baltimore; Cygnus. Small, do lor Providence; Belle, Whitmore, Eliswortli; Franconia, Treworgy, Ellsworth for New rork; A C Austin, Willard, Vinalhaven for Phila delphia; Mary Alice, Perry, Bangor lor Newark; W J Parker, (new) Bogart, do tor New York; Anna Gardiner, Knowles, do for do; May Day, Adams, do tor Norwalk; July Fourth, Shaw, ilo tor Pawtucket; Savannah, Smith, b ranklort; Active, Healey, and and Rea mg ton, Gregory, Rockland lor New York; Tarry Noi, v.ottrcll, BelLiHi; Pennsylvania, Howe, Bath: 5th. Sun, Parker, Trcmont. PORTSMOl TH—Ar 2ttb, sch Mary Langdcn Hi* New York. FOREIGN PORTS. Ar at Antwerp 20th ult. ship ironsides, from Phila dcip iu. Ar at Messina, (no date) brig Caroline Eddy, trom Bangor. Y^k&t ^UCcnbtown> Escort.. Fiitner, from New Asp inwall 2. id ult, liatuue SLawmut, Lord. I'm Philadelphia, ar 13. h, Put back to Gonaives 9th uit, biig Daniel Boone, Barker, tor Boston. • Ar at Havana -4th, brig Minna Traub, Fredericks, gangor; tojqjje ** A Cochrane, tm Charleston; 28th, ling Geo Burnham, McLellan, Portland. Cld 27th, ship Mo t Blanc, for New Orleans At at Matanzas 28th, barque Rachel, Mitchell, fta Portland. Cld24th, barques Sarah B Ilaic, Hutchinson, for a Northern port; 26th, St Jago,White, Portland briir Stockton, Grifhn, New Orleans SPOKEN. Nov 25, tat 27 27, Ion 70 05, brig Edwin Rowe, from Pcmerara tor New York. HIM I'.Ll.AftKOI* wonderful progress ot medial Sei during the past sij? years, only makes slide tin the conscientious Physician dare, now that, C»>nsi;.\iptimn is as aislv cum. Das iH'criniUciit Fever. If' CERTAIN LY l lll.VI'NTI'D US SulW Ktiig. M. l>.. /.. L. J).. etc. KING’S PRI IWltKP PRESCRIPTION, I lUl.r I IK.M ihePresokiftios Ut Ki v.Chak. 1.. KJNti, M. D. L. L.J»., &C.J is confidently presented to the pul,li, for thePrevcu ti.ji, and , are ol CONSU MPTlON. vin the » advanced sla es,| lor the radical cure ol ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS. CATARRH.and all affections ot t e THROAT and AIR PASSAGES: tor g»neinl and Special derange ments o!'the NERVOUS SYSTEM : and for all func tional Disorders oi the Stomach and Bowels. It immediately increases the trengl h and deepens the color of the pale blood. It subdues the Chills and Fever, and diminishes the lxped ora lion. It cheeks the Night Sweat* always in from seven to fourteen days. The appetite i at ouce invigorated, and the parent rapidly gains ticsli; the cough and the dnhcult breathing are to eedUv relieved, the sleep becomes calm and refieshing: ihe evacuations regular and uniiorm. ALL THE GENERAL SYMP TOMS DISAPPEAR WITH A REALLY ASTON ISHING It ARIDITY. 'The PRESCRIPTION should be used in every case where the Physician commonly prescribes “Toxics, Ikon, Acids, Bark, Quinine, Cod Liver Oil, Whiskey, &c. And in every case, by whatever name ku jwn, in which t-.ere is exli bii6d any one or more ot the iolloving 8 Y MFTOMS Diuicul ov Irregular Breathing, Loss of breath Cough, Wasting ot Flesh, Bleeding from the Lungs, Lo&sol btrength. Loss of Appetite, Gob ral Debility, Night Sweats, Flying Pains through the Shoulders. Ohe>t, Face or limbs, Nervous Headache, Nervous Prostration, Giddinohs or Dizziness, Excessive pale ness, Sore Throat, Drowsiness, Sleeplessness, Sour Stomach, Heart-Bum, Oppression or staking ot the Stomach befoie or alter eating. Remiitant Fever Ac. and especially In all Female Disorder or Uterine Ir regularities, such as Difficult, Paui:ul, Suppressed. Scanty, Excessive, Delayed, Fumatme or coo Fre quent Menstruation. StalemeulM fiou PatiruU. “Aour Prescription saved my daughter’s life, and ha* saved me hundreds of dollars.”—Rev. E Hum phreys. Remtien N. Y. “We bless God tor the benefit v.c have received from your Prepared Preaciip ion. '—11e\ . P. Piere lBin Blosseburg, Penn. “Every one to whom 1 have recommended i has been benciittedmuchbyitsuse.”—Rev. C.D. Jones, Racine, Wia. Bible House, Aeron Place, N. Y.,—In the early paTt of February, 1865,1 was suitering iroin a Violent cough, tor which I had been treated, during the six mouths previous without any benefit. I had Night Sweats which completely prostrated me. In the evening, hoarseness would come on, winch would prevent me L orn speaking above a whisper I had then had two attacks ol hemorrhage from the Luuge. My family physician assured me he could do more tor me, yeti was growing rapidly worse, and had been compelled to leave business for nearly two monti.s. All my symptoms indicated. unmistakably, themvsen e of CONSUMPTION. In the beginning ot February Mr. Henry Fisher IVeaturcr qf ihc American Bible Society, presented me with a bottle ot the Prepared Prescription. In a few days my appetite which I had eutirely lost, rctur ied; within a weak my cough almost left iu ; and in less than two weeks the Nxghi Sue a is were broken up. Thenceforward 1 regained si length rapidly, and am now regularly at nuling to my duties as clerk to the AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY, in whose employ ment 1 have been nine years. 1 am now enjoying good health Your PRESCRIPTION effected a cure when mv friend", despaired of mv recovery. THOS. J. CONGER. ••1 have had Nervous or Spasmodic Asthma, for eleven years. During the last six years I have never had an uninterrupted nights rest. It often seemed to me that I would die before I could get air into my lungs. 1 was ha gard and spiritless, and sutured so greatly from shortness of breath’ that 1 was compelled to take frequent rests in walking from my residence to my place o* business. ••The night before I obtained the ;PREPARED PRESC’RlETON,’ was the worst lever passed. On obtaining the remedy, 1 took a teaspoon thl at noon and again at night, and slept ail night without wak •ing'. 1 have hot had a broken nioht’s rest since. * * * * 1 Inn longer look ‘haggard,* have gained in strength amf spirits and am not at alt &lllicted with (sh .rtness of hie *ih.’ 1 shall be glad to have any one aitlicled with Asthma call and see me. “EZRA C. DANGDON, No. 334 Fourth, St., N. Y. TLe “PREPARED PRESCRIPTION’* is put up in a tl bottle, and is sold by W. F. Phillips, Port j land, Wholesale Agent. Sold at Retail by every j Druggist In Maine—Druggists Generally. Orders ; may be ad ‘reused to the sole Proprietors, OSCAR G. MOSES A CO., 27 CORTLANDT STREET, N. Y., Consultation Free. Circulars emtai mg particu lars of many cases successfully treated, will be sent flee by mail. June 18 eod & eow VINELAND. i LUR tl AND FRUIT UNb«,lnamildiuil | Jj healthful climate. Thirty miles south ot Phil | adelph a, by Railroad, in New Jersey, on the same line oi latitude as Baltimore, Md. The soil is rich and productive, varying from a clay to a sandy loa a, suitable tor Wheat, Grass, Corn, Tobacco, Fruit and vegetables This is a great fruit Count!"y. Five hundred \ ineyards and Orchards have been planted ort by experienced fruit growers. Grapes Peaches, Pears Ac., produce immense prof it Uneland is already one of the mos beautiful places in the Uritcd States The entire territory, consisting *f fitly square miles of land, is laid out upon a general system o* improvements. The land is only sold to actual settler- with provision tor public adommc .t. 'l’he place on account of its great beauty, us well as other advantages, has become the resort of people of taste. It has increased five thousand people within th i past three years. Churches. Stores, Schools, Academies, Societies ol Art aucl Learning, and oilier eiem .nts of refinement an t culture have been mtrodu ;ed. Hunrlreds of people are constantly settling. Hundreds of new houses are beta" con structed. Price of Farm Land, tw nty acre lots and upwards, $25 per acre, Five and ten acre and Vil lage lots for sale. Fruits and Vegetables ripen earlier in this district than in any other 1 caiity, north of Norfolk. Ya.Im proved places tor sale openings tor all kinds ol business, Lumber Yards, Manufactories, Foundries, Stores ana the lik ; and Steam Power with room can be rented. For per sous who desire mild winters, a healthful climat e, and a good soil, in a countr y beautifully im prov d, abounding in iruiis, and po sessing all other social privileges, tn the heart of civilization, it is worthy ol a visit. letters answered, and the Vineland Rural a papti Svingfull information, and containing reports ot So li Rob lisou, sentto applicants. Address CHAS K. LANDIS, \ ineland P. O., Landis Township, New Jersey. From Report of Solon Robinson, Agricultural Edi tor of the Tribune; “It is one of the most extensive fertile tracts, man almost level position and suitable condition for pleasant fanning that re know cf this si.le of ti e Western Prairies.5’ 3o-pfl.r u&t; tm 37 MEN’S Under-Shirts ! AND DBA WEBS, In English, Scotch and American. diaries Custi§ & Co. AEorton Block, CONGRESS STREET. dec5d3t “THE PEN IS ffllCIDTIEB THAN THE NnOBB.» Tac Gold Feu—Best and Gbeape.t oi Pens. Morton’s Gold Pens 1 The Best Pens in the World ! For sale at his Headquarters, No 25 Maiden Lame, New York, and by every duly-appointed Agent at the same prices. fiST' A Catalogue, with lull description of Sizes and Prices, sent on receipt oi letter postage. no20d&w6in A. MORTON. Oysters, Oysters. THIS day received a splendid lot Virginia Oysters, and tor sale at $1.40 per gallon, solid; QTAl) orders by mail or ex pres promptly attend ed to. Oysters delivered in any pair of the city. H. FKEEMaN & co., decSJlui lOI Federal Siren. The Portland Glass Company Axe prepared to fnrnibh liich Cut Dinner and Tea Sets! Anil all Kinds of Cut "Ware suitable lor the HOLI DAYS; alsuGAS SHADES of various patterns.— Samples may be seen at their Manufactory. nol7dlm Southern Pine. ABOUT 140 M very superior Flooring and Step Boards qow landing at Custom House Wharf, and for sale in lots to suit purchasers. Apply to C. M. DAVIS & CO., 117 Commercial street. Portland, Nov. 21,1866. _nov22dtt Store and Offices to L<et. IN the Building now being erected by the subscriber on Fore Street, near the foot of Exchange street, will r>c ready for occupancy Jan. 1st, 1867. docCdgw CHARLES MCCARTHY, JR. Go to Adams A Purinton’s FOR your House-fumishing Goods of all kinds; Carpetings, and all kinds of Crockery, Glass, Tin, stone. Earthcm and Wooden Ware, Paper Hang ings, Window Shades, &c, &e. no23d3m Notice. FARSONS clearing the ruins or digging cellars can # Place to deposit tneir rubbish on Franklin Wharf. s. 15CUNDS. _ _ _ W bai n Agoi . Spruce Flooring Boards. A quantity of well-seasoned. clear Spruce FLOOR iV ING BOARDS. 16 feet long, six inches wide, 1 for sale by HENRY BULLARD, nov 27 ulm Smith's Whart. I un”iii■ ai. .1. ■ j. 11.1 rtunrMmrnimmsmmmm WANTED, $*4000 Wanted! f pHREE OH FOL K THOUSAND DOLLARS for 1 two or tince years for which the itc*i of Se curity w ill l>e given, and interest paid at the late of nine per cent per annum. Address Box 2058 Portland, P. O., or W. 11. -IEUR IS, Real Estate Agent. Dec 6—dlw* Wanttd. 11KN or Fifteen TEAMS wanted to cart IOO, OOtk Bricks and I INI Perch of Stone from the Park to N*o. Ill Brackett Street, By CALEB S. SMALL. dee (i dlw Elm Tree Wanted / SEALED proposals to furnish an ELitl TREE, will be received at the office of the Secretary of ihe School Committee, Market Hall, until December 15tli, 1860, noon. Said Tree to be not less than U u, nor moie than fif teen inches in diameter at the but, aijd of good pro portions; to be delivered on the High School lot. Cumberland Street, early next Spring. For the “Committee on Memorial Tret” LEWIS B. SMITH. Portland, Nov. 26. 1866. deodtd Wanted. By a young Lady a situation as Copyist. Address “W.,” Portland P. O. dec3dlw* Parmer Wanted. \ PARTNER is wanted by a iuan in the retail Provision and Grocery business with a capital ot Twelve or Fifteen Hundred Dollars,in a first-rate lo cation, and good business. If is a rare chance for a man who wishes to go into the business. Apply at the Press Office. decldtf 50 GIRLS WANTED At the Ninr Iff air la Factory, Kennebec Street, - - - - toot of Cedar Street. nPHE work is light, being principally making small 1 boxes and packing matches; much of which can be done by girls as young as fourteen years of age. None but neat, orderly girls are wanted. Apply &i the office. decl—lw Owner Wanted rXiR « Copying Press left at my store night of July A 4lh. E. COKEY. nov27dtf Flour Barrels Wanted. vrrfc will pAv .Weente each for first class Fionr V y Barrels suitable for susar. LYNCH, BARKER & CO., novl3dtf 13!) Commerdal street. Wanted. tt/t BUSHELS good Pumpkin Seeds by J UU KENDALL * WHITNEY. Nov 13—dim Wanted Immediately. | Go*)# American, Nova Scotia and Irish X I7v" Gifts to do housework, cook, ^-c.. in pri vate families ami hotels iu this City aud country. Situations euro. The best usages paid. A so 50 Girls t > work in Factories. Farmers and others wanting men lor any work will do well to call on us, as wc will supply them free of charge. Address or apply ar the General Agenc> Employment office, 8514 Gongress Street, up stairs. COX & POWARS. s?pt26dtl late WHITNEY & CO. Af/ents Wanted l FOR TB AITK MOORE'S " Women of the War,” WONDERFULLY FOPtiUUi ! SO popular has it already become, (not one mouth yet since its first issue) that humue'is of people are writing for it from all sections of the country. From one City alone, IT# persons have •written for this Work,—could not wait lor Agents. Four ot Adams’ large size Presses arc running on thi* Book, and the demand exceeds our h apply. Ex perienced Agents and others, who po»«iuu intelli gence, energy, and perseverance, and nttu; Duu« ble Employment, will find by eugagii g in the eaio ot tliis Book, all they desire. Many now to tho field a*o meeting with astonishing success. For fall particulars send for circulai • C. A. t HAPiN, Room 9, 21$ Free Street, Portland, nov 13 d&wtf Agenb Wanted ■ To canvass for the cheapest and i * i itita book in tlie country. * 3 HEADLEim nWI OF THE GREAT REBE1 Llij* f Two volumes complete to one. 1200 tloy.ii kmuj. is Pages, sold for Five Dollars. EST'Many agents are making froD >~fj it r*. week canvassing for this work. Sol i bj rUl.Svl’pi k only. Sole and exclusive rights given ot BRtUiiAkkSed t. rifcory with liberal commissions. For circulars and terms applv to or a 1.7 *£b J. PATTEN FITCH: Lock Box 1722. No 233$ Congress St., near City Hun Portland, Maine. « no2idSw BOARD AND ROOMS Board. AI 7ITII pleasant rooms for genIKr. ;o. and v l.e ,.i » ▼ single gentlemen, at No. Hi Pk dec 4 dlw« Board. A PLEASANT Room, withbi irrd sui> .*'c . .p i aV gentleman and wife, or two stogie h«-Mi* »i>u. : t No 56 Clark street. uo24dli TO LEL 1— VA7ITH0UT Board, a pleasant ▼ ▼ islicd, in the Western part of ine city, to one or two single gentlemen. Address Box 42 Post Of fice, Portland.. - nov 16 ti* ESCAPED FROM JAIL I $300 REWARD I Escaped from the Portland Jail, on the night of the 19tli, the followingdesciibed persons:— SAUIIJEIj NEVIJLEE. 27 veare of age, 5 feet 8 inches high, dark complexion, black curly hair, chin whiskers. Had a brown broadcloth coat, grey pants and vest and round top hat. FREDERICK RICHARD*, about 5feet 9 inches high, of medium build, slightly scooping ^shoulders, had on gray sack coat, black vest and pan lb and blown neck-tie. He wore a silk beaver hat. CHARLES DRAINARD, about 22 years old. six feet high, dark complexion, one eye sightless, and has a heavy swinging gait, of powerful and wiry build. He wore a coat originally dai k blue, but now faded to a dull brown; pants and vest dark mixed, new shoes with brass buckles, and an imitation Scotch cap, itiLEEVIN K ENNIS TON, about 5 tec t 81 inches high, pretty stout build, dark complexion', with heavy and rather sunl.en black eyes, and thin moustache. Wore short dark coat, panto and vest dark, white bosom shirt, with soailet neck-tie, and black cloth cap. The above prisoners escaped last night about 1 o’clock. 1 offer the following rewauls for their apprehension, or ouch information us shall ensure their arrest:— For FREDERICK RICHARDS.8100 “ SAMUEL NEVILLE. 100 “ CHARLES BKAINARD. 50 “ MELVIN KENNISTON. 50 GEORGE W. PARKER, Sheriff and Jailor.

Portland, Nov. 20, 1860. nov21d4w Marrett, Poor & Co., Having take i fhe Chambers 311 CONGRESS STREET, ADJOINING MECHANICS’ HAIX, Arc now preiarcd lo offer (heir friends and llic pub lic a large and well asoried stock of CARPETUVGtS! Paper Hangings CURTAIN GOODS, &c., Purchasers of fhe above goods arc respectfully invi ted to examine our slock which is New, Clean find Desirable. jySftltf liloves At 293 Congress St., jVforton Block, diaries Custis & Co. dec5—dSt B L A N K E T 8 OLD PRICES! Only $4.7n Per Pair, -AT P. M. FROST’S, DEE KING BLOCK, CONGRESS STREET. Nov 27—(ltf Notice. rpHK unde, signed oiler tlieir services lo tins pub X lie as Real Estate Agents. Ail persons desir ing to buy, sell or tease property, ate requested to call at out GJ t 'ongreas street np itairs. All bu Incus entrusted to our con nl 1 All Have prompt at tontion. HANSON A-DOW, V.C. HAJtsos, aug.’r dti M. G. Dow. MUS.COLBY’8 BONNET BOOMS, will be fonn • at No. 4 Cotton, neor Free Btreet, where she offers the balmce ol her stock. at very low prices. Those owing bills, will eonf. r a favor by caUing and settling the same. sepl4eodtt •imrBAwrii LH. TwombU-T) General Insurance Broker, 4 would inform bis many ttiends and the pubi c generally that he is prepay « t > continue the Insur ance Busin se as a Broker, and can place Fire, Life and Marine Insurance to*»uy extent in the best Com p nics in the United Stated All business entrusted to ui> c l e -dial be laithiit ly attended to. OtLiee at C. At. diet’s Paper Store, No. Ias3 Fore St, where orders can be left. jullOti jyupruut' Ihnu inure 4'ouipauy,oi New I i York City. t ask Capital.:......$3uo,oeo “ Surplus,. 275,000 i otal Cash Aseets,. 575,000 * The loss by this Company in the Portland lire is about $28,000, or about unk tenth of its hikplus. All claim ants lor loss by the recent fire, who have not already receive t the r money, are invited to lia^d in their piooP without delay. Those wishing insurance in n Company, First Claes, in every re spect, at lair rates, are invited to caH at tuy office, No. 60 Commeiciul Hired, Thomas Block. t jv23 W Al.RLN SPA it HOW, Agent. Mutual benefit like insurance h>. The numerous Policy holders in this popular Company, and the public generally, are inloriued that its oltice ih now established ut No. ho ( onmicr cial street, iu ThomsBlock. WARREN SPARROW, jull9__ _ Stale Agent. Abstract of ibe Annual Statement OF The Phoenix Insurance Company, OF HARTFORD, CONN., Oa tbe 1st Day of November, lbtiti, TO THE STATE OF MAINE. Assets: Cash on hand and iu Bank.$42,906.57 Cash in hands of, and due from A gem*,.i203k>9.75 Loans on Real Estate,.135,000.00 Loans on Real and Personal Security,. 24,6li0.u0 United States Securities,...141 047.50 New York Bank Stocks,. 86,025.00 Hartford Bank Stocks,... . r...160,1175.00 Other Bank Stocks,. 50,250.00 Bonds—State, City and Water,.292!220.00 Accumulated Interest,. 4,627.33 Tot»l Assets,.*1,081,273.15 Amount of Premium Notes,.None. Total Amouut of Liabilities,.$59,595.97 WM. B. CLARK, Sec*y. HENRY KELLOGG, President. A. W. JILLSON, Vice-President. W. D. LITTLE"* CO., Ageuts, 19 COMHBBCIU STREET. November 19, 1866, .13a ATLANTIC Mutual Insurance Company. 81 Wail St, Hor. William, NEW YORK, JANUARY, 1866, Insures agfcinst Marine and Inland Navi ' ‘ration Risks. The whole profits ot the Company revert to the Assured, and are divided annually/upon the Premi ums terminated during ihe year; and lor which Cer tificates arc issued, bearing interest until redeemed. The Dividend was 40 per cent, in each oi the years i863-4, aud 5, and 35 per cent, in 1806. The Company has Assets, Over Twelve Million Dollar*, viz:— Unite.I States and State of New-York Slocfcs, Cii y Bank and other Stocks, f 4 888.585 Loans secured by Stoeks and otharw iae, 3,330/bo Premium Notes aud Bills Receivable Real Estate. Bond ami Mortgages aud other se cur'ties, 3,650,025 United Stales Gold Coin, SO 460 Cash in Bank 310,550 _ * 412,199,970 TRUSTEES John D. Jones, Wm. Sturgis Charles Dennis, Henry K. Bogai t, W. H. H. Moore, Joshua J. Henry. Henry Coit, Dennis Perkins, Wm. C. Pickei sgill, Jos. Gallard, Ji., Lewis Curtis, J. Henry Burgy, Bussell. * Cornelius Grbineil, Lowell Holbrook, C. A. Hand, B. Warren Weston, B. J. Howland Koval Phelns Benj. Babcock, Caleb Bar stow, Fletcher Westray. A, P. PiliOt, R jbt. B. Mint urn, Jr, Wm. E. Dodge, Gordon W. Burnham, Geo. G. Hobson, Fred’k Channcey, David Lane, James Low, Jattres Bryce, Geo. S. Stephenson, Leroy M. Wiley, Wm. H. Webb Daniel S. .Miller, John D. Jonhs. President Charles Dennis, Vice-President. W. H. H. Moore, 2d Vice-Prest. J. I>. Hfw.lett, 3d Vice-Frest. J. H. Graf ran , Secretary. Applications tor Insurance with the above named Company received and forwarded by John W. Dliuigpr, Correspondent* apUdlmeodOin ,v w6w STATEMENT of the Condition of the illrrrbnais fusin'truce Company of Hartford, Conn., made to the Secretary of the Stale of Maine, on the 1st day of November, 1-66. CAPITAL. The amount of the Capital Stork of the Company i3».$200,000 00 ASSETS. Oash on hand, .... $403 53 “ in Bank, ----- 7,307 26 “ hi hands of Agents and in course of transmission, - 18,533 37 Government Securities, - - 109,300 00 State and City Bonds, - 27,100 00 New York Bank Sto k. - - - 17.650 00 Hartford “ “ - - 18,300 00 Boston “ . “ - - - - 23,000 00 Other “ “ - - 6,125 00 Loans, secured by mortgages, - - 70,700 ou “ “ by Bank Stock, - - 1,210 00 Interest accrued, - 1,85106 Total Assets of the t on,pony, - - $333,515 22 LIABILITIES. Amount of losses adjust ed and due, - none “ “ and not due - $1,360 18 “ unadjusted (estimated in Part,). 16,6 7 00 Total Liabilities for Lossses (no other Liabilities,) - $201.7 18 (Signed) MARK HOWARD, President. “ E. THOS. LOBDELL, Sec y. Sworn to before me, N. Shipman, Notary Public. W. D. LITTLE At CO., Agents, Office No. 79 Commercial Street. Dec a d&wlw CONDENSED STATEMENT of the Condition of the Connecticut Fire In.ui<1.111: Compu I "f Of Hanford, Conn., as made to Die Secretary of State, Nov. 1, 1866. Amount of Capital Slock, - 4200,000 00 Amount of Surplus, - 79,798 69 $279,798 59 AMOUNT OF ASSETS. U. S. Bonds par value; - I $ 8,700 00 State and City Bonds, do. - 10,500 90 Bank Stocks in Hartford and New York, - 139,090 00 Railroad Stocks and Bonds, - 48,075 00 Cash,.19,471 09 L laneil with collateral - - 6,500 00 Other Cash items, - - 7,162 50 $279,796 59 JOHN B. ELDBIDGE, President. M. BENNETT, Jr., Secretary. JEREMIAH Dow, Agent. Portland, Dec. 4, 1866. dec 6 d3t Marine Insurance —ON'— Ships, Barques, Briqs an f Schooners ! —BY— » Ocean Mutual Insurance Comp’y, NEW BEDFORD. Pacific Mutual Insurance Comity, NEW BEDFORD. Aggregate Capital, $580,161,17 No extra charge for Cargoes Grain in Bulk, Coal. Salt, Iron, Copper Ore. Marble or Slate coastwise. We shall be pleased to secure a share of public patronage. OSce 160 Fore Street. Portland. J. W. MUXGJEB <£ SO,V. octG.eodSm n SPECIAL SOT rely T —OF— Inf'e Insurance! TTAVING been appointed General Aeents lor _ X Maine of the old New England Mutual Life Ins. Co., ; >f Boston, Mass., being the oldest purely Mntual Life , ns. Co. in America, wc wish fitly good, active agents to work in the different cities and villages throughout 'he State. None need apply unless good reference An be give. d'he Co. is 23 years old and lias paid in 1 ividends #1,247,000 00 and over #2,000,000 00 in loss es by death. It has now a well-invested accumulated Capital of over St,000,000 00. The Co. formerlv made md paid its dividends once in live years. A Divi dend will lie made up in Nov. 1000, and annually thereafter, and available one year from date of Poli ty. Applications tor local Agencies will be made to RUFUS SMALL & SON, Gen’! Agents, no2dd3m___ Biddetord, Me. BEEOTAI,. bparrow s insurance Office is this day removed from No. 80 Commercial Street, to the new and commodious rooms NO. 66 EXCHANGE STREET, rw THE OTMDEBLASD BAKE BdEDIIO, where he is now prepared to place insurance, in all its forms, and for any amount, in companies second to no others on the globe, and on the most favorable terms. Parties preferring first class insurance, arc res pecttully invited to call. November 5, I860, dtf —1■■. « --- AMERICAN LLODYS! THE undersigned hereby give notice that he has been appointed Agent of American tor the State oi. Maine, and is prepared to inspect vessels of all sizes in course of construction and report the same for classification. Ship builders and owners would therefore confer a fkvor by sending me early notice of the vessels they are building for which a class is desired. „ ,, william Rogers, inspector. Bath, Me., Nov. 16,1666. novltfdlm* 1# Every stylo of Job work neatly executed at this office. | HEAL ESTATE. First Class Houses for Sale. October 10, lfititt. ^ VrOTH'K. I will sen on tarorabie as to payment, or lei ior a term ot‘ years, iue lots on the corner ot Middle and Franklin t ti ecti*. and ou Franklin street,including ibr corner oi Franklinand Fore si reels. Apply to WA1. illLLlAKIi, Bangor or SMITH tt HEfcf) Attorneys, Portland. ,jyi2u H«*rsi; and Lt• r imaiti ui i mm r.ii/ai., iii Fen* r> .—house neari. new. Fiijtiireoi A.P. OULF at the Ferry,or W. li. MAN.SFFL1*. Portland Steam Packet Co.' jul U dti ITOUttalm ihreeatery brUtb^iue mi Dearth . Street, 'i'he house is nearly new and in line or der. I nunediate pos cession given. jullBtt W. O. CUAitllOUKNK. House Lots ou India St., for Salt*. CON ANT & KANO, *_ _ _ 153 Commercial Street, or on It. M. l’AYSON, Portland, Nov.‘. I. do Exchange Street. I or $3000. THE 1) story House ou Winter Street, third from Pine, containing seven tinifekod rooms, a splendid well ot water on the premises. Lot container 3500 square feet. Apply to PATTERSON & CHAD BOURN, Dealers in Real Estate, dcodlw Morton Block, just al>ove the Preble House. For Sale. AVERY dL.ur.iblo RU.I convenient story house, with barn, wood shed and carriage house, all in good order, with seven acres ol land, only one mile outside ol' city, upm which there are 300 choice Hull trees, consisting of apple, pear, plumb and cherry; also an abundance ot currants, gooseberry, strawber ry, &c., with very besl ot water, large brick cistern and furnace in thecelbtr; a splendid garden and in a tlrst rate neighborhood, and in every way a desira ble projierty. Immediate possession given I'ri only $60(10. HANSON A- MOW, Real Estate Agents, No. 34o Congress Street. dec3—dim PATTJittsOlV & CUAJDIiOUKNE, Dli.U.ERB IN REAL estate. Holloa Black, Next Above tire 1'reblc ■Ionic ! OFFER for sale two and a half story house ou At lantic Street, containing twelve' finished rooms, in perfect repair. Arranged for two families. Hard and soft water, gas and all modem conveniences.— Lot 51 by 70. Price $3,600. Terms only $1,300 down, balance in two years. This is a most desirable bar gain, and situated on one of the beet streets in tlio city. Also, two two and a half story houses on Wilmot and Franklin Streets, eighteen aud nineteen rooms each. Both arranged for two families. Price $5,000 each. Terms only $l,50o down: balalancc in four years. Houses on State, Dantortb, Lewis, Brown, Cumber land, oxford, Middle and other streets, at prices ranging from $l,9d0 to $15,000. November 24. <l2w. Seven $1000 ITouse Lots FOB sale on c ongress street, near the new Park. A line location for a block of bouses. Now is the time to purchase, preparator y for building in the spring. Apply to WM. H. JERKiS, Real Estate Agent. nov24d3w TV O rJT I CE . Dll. T. A. FOSTER, VI7ISHING to to close up liis business in Port ▼ f land, would say to all indebted to him lor pro fessional services that they will find it to their interest to settle with him immediately, as his unsettled bills will soon pass into other lux mis for collection. lie has far Hale One of the best building lots to be found in the upper part of the city; 104 u square, situated on C'uslnuan i street, ai the head of Lewis street. ALSO, A beautiful place in Westbrook, near Morrill’s Cor ner, with new buildings, fruit and shade fcrees,hedges, grape viu. s, &c., thereon. For further particulars inquire at otliceNo 30 Free Btrceet, or W. H. JEKR1S, Ke il Estate Agent. declil2w* Ouly $1,000! FOR a good one and a half story MOUSE in Bid defurd, only live years old—contains 7 rooms, good cellar, ami excellent water. Fine garden with young fruit trees. Lot 42 by f* feet Apply imme diately to W. H. JERK IS, uov 22dJw_ Keal Lb tare Agent. For Sale iu Cape Ellzabctli, a tew rods across Portland Bridge, JL.ot of ljuid GO Uy l()u. Enquire at si. It. C’umnnng’s Slerr. November o, 160G. d5w* Houses lor Sale Low. SEVERAL desirable, medium sized dwelling Houses will be sold at low prices and on very favorable terms if applied for immediately. This property is situated on Congress street and Congress plaee—110 better location in liiis city—and adjoin* .M, Luke’s Church lot, and will be sold in lots to suit purchasers. Inquire of WPS WELL & HEED, No. 35d Congress, entrance on Oak street, up stairs, novitkitf House lor Sale, No 32 Myule Street. Lu uillii quire at No. 8 Central Whan. .EL July 12—dti Valuable Hotel Property for Sale. (| 'HE Oxford House, plearautiy situated in ihc vil -V I age oi Firyebnrg, Oxford county, Maine. is ol ierod lor sale at a bargain, il applied ior . oon. The House is l uge, in good repair, with lurniture and hxiures throughout, togetlreT with all nfeee&ary outbuildings. For full partkulais inquire oi HOHATln TOOi'ULV, ^ _ lToprieior. Or Hao»on& Dow, S45 Congress si. Frye burg, Sen:, -jo, Ibui. dtf - Farm for sale. 1 WILL sell my farm near Alien’s Coiner Weal brook, about three miles from Foil luud, one mile from lioibe cars, aud Westbrook said ianu contains about 100 acres, pail ot it very valuable lor tillage, and part ot il for building lots. There is a good house, two large barus. and out hous es on the premises. It will be sold together, or iu lots to suit purchasers CYfliUs THCTRLO W, Bepll-do_ lu5 Commercial .tit. Brick Houses lor Sale 021 Spring St. fl^HREE story brick dwelling Houses, with over 8u<>n lfeet of land, ph-ftf*aiitly located. Price rea sonable. Terms libet al. Inquire ol JOiLN C. PROCTER, novl.9d3w Middle street. Desirable Store Lots FOil SALE, ON CONillEBCIAl, STREET. riMXE subscribers oiler fur sale the lot of laud on X the southerly side ot Commercial Street, lit-ui ol Buna’s Whan, measuring 72 by 130 icet, hot fur ther particulars inquire JONAS H. FEHLEY, Bet 1« tf .__ ^ o, W. S. DANA. Lot toe .Sale. ONE ot the best building lols in the city, situated on the north side of Doering Street adjoining the residence of Gen. J. D. Fosseuden. This lot is sixtv two loot front on Deeriug street, extends back one hundred feet, and is bounded on the cast side by a street litly feet in width, maxing it a comer lot and very desirable. S. B. liEKSEY, No. 4 Galt Block. Com. Street. Oct 17 dti Valuable lCcal Estate ou Elm St. EOM SALE. A PORTION of the "DA Y” Estate on Elm Street. comprising over lAGOo icet of land, together with Brick Houses, blable &c. This propel ty is lo cated ou Llm and Cumberland streets nil susceptible oi improvement, and has a front on Elm street oi 282 lecl. The above property is offered ior saleeither in por tions or colic’ciivciy, ou iiborai terms. Apply to aog20—tf__ JUHN C. FRoCTOft. Ew Lease. THE vulitablc lot ci land corner oi Uiddlc and l'lumb Street s. for a term of rears. 1:110n,re of C. 0. jVIXTCMELL .V.SUN, , Agg-ZS, ItCC-diX_ 1,» Fore Street. DUKM tl.Ei, In Gorham, ttiiien mmnte* walk X irom t:.e Delict, a nearly now, neat Cottage House, Barn ami onti addings,having ail t. c counn lenc.s and in prime conditio,,. Ii is ituaied nee, a grove and a *>-orl cti: ta.-ce from li e Comiiv read Apply to ,1. j;. STEVENS. Gorhatu. July 17. Jackson’s Catarrh Snuft‘l EIXG.41VT TROCHi iud NIVfJFF Combined tor Coughs, Catarrh,It ronchitis, Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma, Bad Breath, Headache,etc. Distantly relieves annoying Coughs in Church. Cures Catarrhs nismvtbv without 1 aliiabie lo Singer., Clergy, Ac., chars and strengthens the voice ; acts ..uiekly; names nleas antly; never nanseules. Prevents taking cold in.m Skating, I.ectnres Ax. ii-p J Soiil by Druggists or sent by matt ,£? 0 En lose .13 cts to 1 Hooper, Wilson & Co,, (septseodijunelk’en PHILADELPHIA. W. W. VI Hi PPCfc, Foil land, Wholesale Ag;. Eat and G\'ow Fat! Just Arrived. O Y N T E R N ! A,T $1.40 PER rai LON. At Wholesale and Retail, at TIMMONS & HAWES, decs—lw a 5 & 16 .Market Square. Notice to Land Holder's, MB- O’DCP.OCHEB. l:unitor,J» prepared to lake ion I reels tor building, citlior bv ,fOB or l>v DAP WOKE. I an turnisli Id si Class workmen and muen.d oi nil description. Residence, A.M t: I: ICAN HOtTSE. India Street, Portland. August Rtli, UhG anjjiMi_tf Store to be Let. OTOltE No. 206 Pore street, toot of Plumb, now oc k. cupied l*y Hen Id Brothers, will be lor rent and wenpancy on or about the llth Honmber proximo. Apply to J. It. BRAZIER, 47 Brackett street, or at b. M. PATTEN & CO., Plumb street. nov27tf - —""" " " 111-.m i , - STFAPIEB*. EREIUHT EOK THE SOCIM .i\l)VrstT Boatoi' »nd Philadelphia it'inM* Steamship Lx,. Tl»‘ KOAJAN, KAXoN, m„j AKXE* ii.ih tonn tueliur, and a .tinnier leaves e*.li i„,r EVKttl* K1VK LAYS. 1 From Long Whar , tkvtuU,. »il l- M From Fine St. \\ hail, Philadelphia,_at UkAM Freight for the West forward* «l by the Pcunaylva uia Hadroad, and to Baltimore and Washington hi ['anal or Railroad, liecoi com mis-ions. For freight, apply to » WHITNEY & S A MI*SON, l>ec 10-dlyr Agents, 70 l^ong Whan, Boston. FARE REDUCED TO BOSTON. s 11 in in a- .t iran gt in vut ! Until lui lher notice the Steamers °f the Portland Steam Packet Co. will run as follow* Ueave Atlantic Wharf for Boston 7 nVin.a- 1 ... » c‘rVn*l»fi (except Sundav) af 7 CahfntareT * tUe **■«<><*»>* *15 P. Si. l>ook ... du^dS**9 "CkitS ***** •'»* at^re Freight taken as usual. May 22od, I&J8—dti * tiU-ili.Uo, Agent International Steamship Oo. East port, Ualai.j and St. John, FALL ARIrANGJiMKiU’. TWO Titles l‘£K WKHK. \ Ou and after Monday, October 1st, .T1‘ . tb«- steamer NEW BRUNSWICK, Ac T' -H Vx*-'apt. E. b. WIN CUESTE K, ami hteamer NEW ENGLAND. E. FIELD will leave Rail Road Wbarf find instate Street every MONDAY arid Till RSI) il, at 5 o’clock P. M tor Eastport and Si. John. RKTUltNINO, will leave St. John and Eastport, game days lor 1'ortiand and Boston. At Eagtpert the Steamer QUEEN will connect tor St. Andrews, Rohblnsfnn, Calais nmf NewBrttrtswiek, Railway to Woodstock and lloultou Stations, anti Stage Coaches will connect for Maehias. At St. John possengers take E. AN. A. Railway, for Shedioe, and lVout tlteuee lor Suwmerside and Cli.agiottctown, P. E. Island, sndPietou, N.Sa also at St. John Hie steamer Emprees tor Wimlstw and Halitax, every Tmaday and Friday evenings, and lor Digby every Monday and Thursday mornings. ihfr’Freight received on dat e of sailing until 1 o’clk. pM. , ; ' O.C. EATON, sepgj-dtf_ Agent. PORTLAND AND NLW YORK STEAMSHIP COMPANY. SCMi.WEKULl LIKE. The splendid and fast Steam v ships DlttltiO, Capt. H. Snm \\ wood, and FRANCONIA, Capr. 1 ‘>W. W. Sherwood, will, until ■further notice, run a» follows: Leave Brow *.s Wbait, Portland,every WEDNES DAY and SATURDAY, at 4 P. M„ aad leave Pier Ea t Elver. New York, everv WEIfSESDAY and SATURDAY, at 1 o’clock P. M. These vessels are titled up with fine accotnmoda tious for passengers, making this the mftst speedy, sate and coinLutiWe route lor traveller* between New York and Maine. Passage, in State Room, $ti.oo cabin passage $5.00. Meals exti a. " Gcid-v forwarded by this Him to and trom .Mon ti al, (Quebec, Bafigoi, Bath, Augusta, East port and St. Jo n. Shippers arc requested to send their fi eight to the steamer* a* early as 3 P. M. on the day that they leave Portland. For freight or passage apply to EMERY & FOX, Brown’oWharf, Portland. J. F. AMES, Pier 38 East River. May L », im.__dtl Montreal Ocean Steamship (Jo. ,i CARRYING THE CANADIAN ft. AND UNITED STATES MAILS. Pa.wnger. Soaked to Londonderry and Liverpool. Hemn Ticket. granlnl al Reduced Halve. The Steamship BELGIAN, Capt. Brown, will sail from tins port for Liverpool, SATURDAY, 8th Herein her, 1866, immediately after the arrival of tlie train of the previous day from Montreal, to bo follow ed by the-on the 15th. Passage to Londonderry and Liverpool, cabin, (ac cording to accommodation) $70 to $80. Steerage, $23. Payable in Gold or its equivalent. 83r* For Freight or passage apply to _ _ H. & A. ALLAN, No. 3 India St. Portland, Nov. 26, I860. no27dtf STEAMBOAT NOTICE. WINTER ARRANGEMENT! To Penobscot River twice a Week. The Steamer LADY LANG, Capt. A. L. Wuitmcre, will commence the Wiuter trips on MONDAY. Vov. 10th, Will leave Portland loi 'Da« go (or 4& i:u as the ico frill permitt every Tuotklay ml Frida , evenings at f) o’clock. Returning, will leave 1 augor every Monday anil Thnr day mornings at C o'clock, and Wintcrport at 7 o'clock, touching at liamixien, Luckapac, iiel Camden awl Roi klond, each r-ay. For freight or passage plea c apply to office on Railroad Wliari, loot or State sir ei. _ , A. SOWERBY. Agent. Portland, Nov. 17,1S6f. dtf IMPORTANT to LUMRPRMPN Owners of Hemlock Lands ! rpiIE AMERICAN PATENTED IMPROVEMENT 1 TANNING COMPAN Y, of New York, own tlie exclusive right in The United Suites lor the manulac lure ol an imperishubls “EXTRACT ” from Hemlock Bark tor tanning This Bark Extract is now extensively used among Tanners, and the de mand for it rapidly increasing. Itcommaads a ready sale in die Boston, New York and Philadelphia mar kets, at 6ixty cents per gallon. The appliances for manuiacture are simple ami not expensive, costing but liule more than the ordinary leaches used bvTan ners. By tiiis process, two cords nt Bark may lie re duced so as to concentrate the entire strength into forty gallons of extract, without in the slightest de gree inturing its tanning qualities, and at a cost not ! exceeding one dollar per coni. The saving in freight alone, between the lrans,iortation of the Extract and the bark, will range from six to eight dollars per cord, so tiial any one who inav get out lint throe hundred cords of hark per year, may snvo from two thousand to twenty-live hundred ilollais in tile difference in freight. 1110Company docs not propose to sell Territorial rights, but will grant exclusive privilege to tminuiac tui-e in certain localities, charging a small loyally per gallon on tbo amount manufactured. The Company will send competent men to superin tend the construction ol the works, where parties de sire to enter into the badness, and to instruct in the lnanutai lme of Che Extract. As a guarantee of success to parties entering into tiiis business, the Company will contraot to take all tiie Extract manufactured under their process at fifty cents per gallon, delivered in Boston or New York. Parties in New EnglaJH desiring further intiirma tinu as to terms, .Vc,, may call upon or address Mr. Thomas W. Johnson, General Agent oTthe Com pany, at the American HouSiln Boston, where mod els ol the apparatus inav be scon. , nov 13 d3m S. II. KENNEDY. Pres’t. GAS AND COAL OIL FIXTURES ! E. TARBBLL & SON, ■ X.yi H 110.11 FI El.It KTBEuT, BOSTON, MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN Chandeliers, Brackets, Laiajis, &c. GAaj FITTING in all its branches. GAB NfttVEti, for Cooking and Heating. CHANDEI.IKBN, LAiTIPB, At., Re-Gilt an^Bronzed^__ noJleoddm The President's Message Has arrrived this morning and so has a CARGO ef | Fresh Oysters! line ui'si ut me seat on,) Ai A i, rood’s Oyster House, Oeutre Sir- et, it*ir Lancaster liaH, and will be Bold ar $1.40 PER GALLON, SOLID, 35 jTenn. per Qnarl. All orders by mail, telegraph or express promptly attended. ATWOOD’S OVNTl li filOl^i:, , , 45> 47 * 49 Con‘re St., Portland, Me. decSdlw AN* if A L n EET1*G. 3’H»SS?S«assas ^^ytRWfBWSSpJS: m’ •iv’I I,’!C ateoaon of ofllcers for the ensuing year. A ti,“ “y businc‘“ t,,a' ™>» - - „ . , geo. W. HAMMOND, Clerk. Portland, Dee. 4, HH1C-._ ,iec 5 dlw* j FBANK AIILEEB'S PALE PRESERVATIVE !\ In Bottles, prepared without Black, expresdr fur Ladies’ and Oentlsmbr’s Morocco, Kid, Calf and Pate:,-, Leatheb Shoes. IV t,n trial it j comment!* ittelf. Sold by WM. D. TRUE & CO., I Bool mnl Shoe Dealers, 3JJ Congress street, nppoaile Mechanics’ Hall. decudlm ror Sale. A SUIT of Sails, Rigging and Blocks, nearly new, fr«*m a fishing Schooner ot iOOtotis; afao 'Top sails. Fore an l Mainsails, **t‘W'1 band. SAMPSON * CON A NT, decJdtf 19 * 20 Commercial WIihiI. j RAILBO/li^s PORTLAND a KfcNNEBtC R. H. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. JornutrueUt: Maud..,, .\®». I 11 B. is«,d. . *■:. ■ i ■ PuMs iigi r Trains leave Puritan.I dally *17 Wt l.lKi p. VI., tor Balli, Angus.n, \\ at Vi^fi Ai ill ,Skew-begun, und iuternn-dii.B a., h” i, "i1"-1!*11* at ISrutikw iek w ilk Audi < .•Tnl-iii’u'Aiin* ‘-ea.oiuii and Paliuiiigton, anil at 4“» "•'Olilaiu. Central li K.llur Bangor dflilil" ... tur ae!ou ■urn mu d.''rUai“'1 1'* leu Uon, Augusta nod Vli^d'iTrnl,. i! 7"‘h 2* s'lT,li,,a.' only- at 7.16 1’ d urn d, .I1 “ k ‘I Portland «>r Brunswick and i. - eim. diate station. daily,«.v,,i saturaav. ai.. ai 1 JSSrtZJJtt’.W1 «•"-“»* ear attached, will ... ; ■ rda” t ariiiiiigiuii and ad Inu-rmodiaie »udoii M. to con navi with Indue U.r Hoetor, stages lor llis klandeunuei. m h-u’l. .ml i ti.-.i Noiii.LiMd-k, Athi-^ Mini Hciul JUku a: Ui*ko, uudfor Ihjua, £a*ii an«l North Vu il >on» at \ a salboro*: iiu* l'ntty hi Ku.iLkli - i md for Canaan at Pi&tum's Ferry. '6’ W. HATCH, Supe»«Mi«uii*.»!. Auguwa, U<'t 27, 18W’. R ivVJdtt MMKt CENTRAL it it. WINTE E A KB A JN C t MI NT. . a.'-vh .I'-,; ‘-^o aud alter Moiniuy,NoTisiiiInt I^i Ji r,-**— ■■j'^urrtm, IihIiih Will 1: ave 1‘oiilainl ti r iouriiuilia.. lati,on.hli ll^ a lito A. ill y- °r ,-ewW Auhnrnnoli,at lir-FtijieU trains gar Water, dieand all Interme diate slat ions, leave Portland ai R,i*6 -\ Vi Train ir..m Bangor Is due at la i,laud al 1.46 1> \i in season toiiuinoet with irain fu-Boston. Kioiu Lewiston and Auburn only,at s.iu _ VI KJiWlls NOIL: ,Mii... Mov- '• ^ no'sit. P. S. *£• P. Hail road. IV O T X C E . tliiiE Express Trains l'on land au.l A ton. leaving Portland at o.oo and Jl.-stmi at r.uo P Ji. will lie diseoiuinnetl alter Saturday, the l:;,h Inst. KfT'Oo and after Monday, 15th, the Evening Train bn Saco and liiddelord will leuve For. laud ut 5.46, in stead of 6.05 as now run. _ , , , h\ CHASE, Portia ui, Oct 5. 1866. oclodtf PORTUHDlRflCHtSIti,K R. StJMMFli AUliANCI ME VI, I f mIi ai.-i itftfci Aichlftt April "0,1-8 i 99ESm«roic5 wil) leave ouml low* 3-lu p'li^ hlTur t,r |,,!Ttlarl i»i di.i ok. a k c,a. a. I he 3U> P. m trail* uU' chc, a. <t ira.n into I orrlami will he itei^ht trains w»4h pkt.Hnwr -ar> aUa>-hu.i a tabo»a ai ttuihain fur West liurluac.. Bt.tniloh, Steep lull*. Baldwin, Ifemoark, . c-Lv'u, Brt.igicn, Lovell. Hiram, Brownfield, l rvi-hui’ , l ouwav, Bartlett .iacksrm T.»miL,,t..n < ..jt.i-li I’rr* tor i ruedoiii, Ivi.t.iisou aud L,ii-*n. i*«. ji At OoitiiDOentorfi.r Wwl Burton, Boiuiv-£«ali South Luum^toii Bimini* urn, Liuurick Ntwilela rorsuublield aud o. ii»eo TAppator South VWmihaui, Wir.dhum u i\ kbit North \»iu.tliani dtiih steam Car and Aocomodaii id Irabu w.iirun &s tot. tows:—Leave fa or hum lor Povtui.d at btt) a m and ^00p m. Leave Portland for Curhumat \2 l,*. y v ami 4 r ti. n . s . ,, g.g. By ordtrol the rrcsUWoi. Fortiaiui April 38, lbC6—du POK TL id r> SACO & PORTSMOUTH R. R. WINTEii ARRANCEMENT.. CaiMHHiactaK Monday, Way. I Jib, isC», w_ Passenger Trains leave Portland for y wBostun at 8.40 A. M., and 2.20 P. M. t, hKire Boston lor Portland at 7.311 A. M., nn.lJ2.30 _,A ,JlEI'HA>IC’s a <1 L veouer’b Train will leave Bn.deK.rd dally, Sundays excepted, at 6 A. M.. ami Saco at 6 08, arriving in Port Intel at 0.40. Returning, will leave PoiHand lor Saco and Bld detord and iuiermcdlate stations al 5.30 P. SI. A special itreight train, with passenger ear attach ed, will leave Portland at 7.i0 A. M. for Saco and ami"Saco*aiS°40 A MU I* *UK ’ " B,Jd‘'""d « «-3‘> _ , , , FI,AXCIS CUASE Sunt. Por.lan.l, Oct go, 1-,:,,._uoidu GRAND TRUNK ASiWAf, <>, Cunutlu. .Alteration of Trains. WINTFli AI.'RaNT.EMEVI. MSESTap an‘l, »*ter Mnulai/, Nov. 12,1-iio, •Sirr'Xtfyirdinii will run a. C.JIuwh: • Part* and lBn;.,i.jn, at 7.10 A. M. Mall Train for Water villc, Bangor, Gorham, Inland Fond, Montreal *iid Quebec at 1. lo P M. This train connects with Express train tor Toron n ***»» and Chicago. Sleeping cars attached 1'rom Island Pond lo Quebec and Montreal. Trainjor South Paris at o.u.i j\ M. No baggage i an be received or checked alter the time above stated. TraRPwm arrive as follows:— from So. Paris, Lewiston and Auburn, at 8.10 k. m from Montreal, Quebec, &t\, - - i.45 r. m. ■The C ompany are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding .*00 in value (and ti*at person al) unless notiee is given, and paid tor at the rate of one pao^engpr tor every $5W> additional value. ii „ IHrector. 11. b 111.! ), Local Super,ti Undent. Portlaml, Nov. 2, 1SGT,. ,|tf HOTELS. UNITED Si AXES n OT EL, VO U f 11 XD, MAINE, rpnc mil^ri^r. recent);’ Projiiicforof tlie CO'. ■ *11 iu 1A I. HdUSl. (wlii. i, i\ ue destroyed iu Ilic lire.) litHt t.> iinnonii*o lo hi> nl.l latrous and 111!) i*nl>li. l.c has lean. .1 (lie above hold au*l «ill 0| cn lor llie accouiiwalaiinu m til*. imbib ccncr ally. on ttutnntay Angnst n. Ihaiikdil to hinoldniutouiciH fcr past patromiHe. uo would -oluit a cviitlniiaiKv ni u,e saiuo. TEK MS EA VOIi A BLE. --.‘‘T*’™30 N. .J. DAVIS. Daily Press Job Office, til) Commercial Street. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF BOOK, I ARB. & JOB PBI.\Tli\li, Executed with Neatness and Despatch, Ha-ling completely refurnished our office sin e the Groat Fire, with all kinds of New Material, Presses, &c., wo ara prepared on the short est possible notice to accommodate our friends and the public with Posters, Programmes, ■BILL-HEADS, « ICCULARS, Cards, Pays, Blanks, Labels, And every description ot Mercantile Printing-. We have superior (aeiiito-s for the execution ot BOOKS, PAM PILL EPS, Catalogues, Ac-., \Y Uch tor neatness and dispatch cannot be surpassed Orders trom the country 9 .licited, to which i prompt attention will be paid. Daily Press Job Oilier 17!) Commercial St,, Portland, N. A. FOSTEB, Prop BIST or Stockholders' Mectia?. of the Lei: da and Farming Hau^oao Company, are hereby notiiicd |a 91 Henry M. Piyson, in Portland. *®*»ES1>AY, the ninrloonfli day of December, .^e of the clock in the afternoon, to act on the following Article*. lst”-To A11 a vacancy in the B *ard of Director*. 2d—To see it the stockholders will rality the bur- , gain marie by tlio Directors with the Androscoggin Railroad Co., for running of said Road*. "d—To see if they will reconsider, modify, change, or annul their former instructions to the Directors reapocting assessing the Stockhoblers/or the paymeni of the first and second rao.tgngc*. 4th—To transact any other business that may le gally come liefore lhe meeting, (the last three articles being on request by Stockholders.) By order of the Directors. . , «»0 . ILSLEY, Clerk. Portland, Dec r .>*1, 1sG6. dvcbitd Portland Luundr//. Orders received at the Office of the Forest City Dye Mouse, No. ol5Cougre*s Street Notice is hereby given that. the Portland l.nne.dr, hatlbwii reopened by the »uW>iber, who he., been m»"y.years e,,,.nee,c«l win, th. well known <;hel*c* thus o.’oor :ll“l '*il1' *1"' exiierit'bee was nuqnmwl he is now prepared to do nil dt rir. 110,18 ot ioinmli y work in a aatisfactorr manner. V. T. C KAWLKY. Agent Portland, Saco A Portsmouth Uuil ro.,,1 Company. D1VIDFND No. tfi will he | aid December lint] to Stockholders of record Nov. 30. J • fit:. rcr Older. K. NOTT Barl.BlBntl i, For Hale. A M FAT MA11KKT doing , good cash bu-inoss tor sac lo.v. Inquire at f...-., -. Dec. 8,1 -00. dlw* * ***