Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, December 11, 1866, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated December 11, 1866 Page 4
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■ 1 »—•• v ~ ~ Tr* *5 • " •» Mr< N*wM I# Wr* I tielow we give the letter of Instruction* »«* rtlfehed by the Secretary of State to Mtnieter Campbell on the departure of the latter for Mexico. It in stated on trustworthy authority that the President had in the first instance re quested Gen. Grant to accompany Mr. Camp bell or to go to the frontier, but the general, “having found it inconveuieut to assume the duties," they were assigned to General Sher — man. The following is the letter: [No. 3.] Department of State, I Washington, Oct.20,180t>. ( Sir,—You are aware that a friendly and ex plicit arrangement exists between this govern ment and the Euijieror of France, to the effect that he will withdraw his expeditionary milita ry foroes trom Mexico in three parts the first dt which shall leave Mexico in November next, the second in Maroh next, and the third in No vember, 1IW7, and that upon the evacuation be iug thus completed, the French government will come immediately upon the ground of non-intervention in regard to Mexico, which is held by the United States. Doubts have been entertained and expressed upon the question whether the French government will faithfully execute this agreement. No such doubts have been entertained by the President, who has re peated and oven recent assurances that the complete evacuation of Mexico by the French will be consummated at the periods mentioned, or earlier if compatible with the climatical, military and other conditions. [The great di vision of parties in Mexico, and the unoertain ties attending it are next statod.] For these reasons it is impossible to give you specific di rections ior the conduct of your proceedings in the discharge of the high trust which the gov ernment or the United States has confided to you. Much must be left to your own discre tion, which is to be exercised according to the view you may take of political movements as they shall disclose themkelves in the future. There are, however, some principles which, as we think, may be safely laid down in regard to the policy which the government of the United St lies will,expect you to pursue m'o* ui mew ib mat, as a rt-prcspiiiaiive of the United States you are accredited to the republican government of Mexico, of which Mr. Juarez is President. Your communica tion as such representative will be made to him, wherever he may he, and in no event will you officially recognize either the Priuce Maximil ian, who c aims to be Emperor, or any other person, chief or combination, as exercising the executive authority in Mexico, without having first reported to this department aud received iustructions from the President of the United States. Secondly, assuming that the French military and naval commanders shall be en gaged in good faith in executing the agree ment before mentioned for the evacuation of Mexico, the spirit of the engagement oa our part in relation to that event will forbid the United States and their representative from obstructing or embarrassing the departure of the Freneh. Thirdly, what the United States desire in regard to the future of Mexico is not the conquest of Mexico or any part of it, or the aggrandisement of the United States by pur chases of land or dominion, but, on the other hand, they desire to see the people of Mexico relieved from all foreign military intervention, to the end that they may resume the conduct of their own affairs under the existing republi can form of government, or such other form of government as, being left in the enjoyment of perfect liberty, they shall determiue to adopt m the exercise of their own free will, by their own act, without dictation from any foreign country, and of course without dictation from the United States. It results, as a consequence from these prin ciples, that you will enter into no stipulation with the French commanders, or with the Prince Maximilian, or with any other party, which shall have a tendency to counteract or opj.ose the administration of President Juarez, or to hinder or delay the restoration of the au thority of the republic. On the other hand, it may possibly happen that the President of the republic of Mexico may desire the good offices of the United States, or even some effective proceedings on our part, to favor and advance die pacification of a country so long distract ed by foreign combined with civil war, and thus gain time for the re-establishment of na tional authority upon principles consistent with a republican and domestic system of gov ernment. It is possible, moreover, that some disposition might be made of the land aud naval forces of the United States without in terfering within the jurisdiction of Mexico, or violating the laws of neutrality, which would be useful in favoring the restoration of law, order and republican government in that country. Y’ou aro authorized to confer upon this subject, with the republican government of Mexico aud its agents, and also to confer informally;, if you find it necessary, with any other parties or agents, should such an excep tional conference become absolutely necessa ry, but not otherwise. You will by these means obtain information which will he important to this government, aud such information you will convey to this department, with your sug gestions and advice as to any proceedings on ourpart which can he adopted in conformity with the principles 1 have before laid down.— You will be content with thus referring any important pi opositions on the subject of reor ganization and restoration of the republican foverument in Mexico as may arise, to this epartment, for the information of the Presi dent. *uc uicubciiaui-vjcm'icu in iu*; uniicu States possesses already discretionary authori ty as to the location of the forces of the United Stater; in the vicinity of Mexico. His military experience will enable him to advise you con cerning such questions as may arise during the transition stage of Mexico from a state of mili tary siege by a foreign enemy to a condition of practical self-government. At the same time it will be in his power, being near the scene of action, to issue any orders which may be ex pedient or uecessary for maintaining the obli gations resting upon the United States iu re gard to proceedings upon the borders of Mexi co. For these.»reasons he has been requested and instructed by the President to proceed with you to your destination, and act with you as an adviser, recognized by this department, in regard to the matters which have beeu here in discussed. After conferring with him you are at liberty to proceed to the city of Chi huahua, or to sucli other place in Mexico as may be the residence of President Juarez; or, in your discretion, you will proceed to any oth er place iu Mexico not held or occupied at the time of your arrival by enemies of the repub tier or coast of Mexico, and await dune a time to enter any portion of Mexico which shall hereafter be in the occupation of the republi can government of Mexico, I am, sir, your obedient servant, William H. Sewabd. Lewis D. Campbell, d^c. TUE MARKETS. PHLUaBAPHlC ftiiPOHTH. Vlueclsl. New Kobe, Dec. 10. The Post says loans ale easy and inactive »t S @ 6 percent. Discounts dull rates unchanged. Govern ments drooping except 7 -3u’s and lOWs, lor both of which there Is a moderate demand. The clearing house statement is not so ftivorablc as could have been wisheJ. New Isrk Market. New Yobk, Dee. It, Gotten—unchanged;-sales 2.000 bales. Middling up landsatiB.. Orleans at 311® 35c. Vlour—(tail and 10 ® 16c lower; sales 8,900 bbls.— State at 710 ® 1100; hound Hoop Ohio, at 1000 ® 1288; Western at 7 10 % 1160; Southern dull and drooping; sales at 10 76 fit 16 00. Wheat—opened dull but doeed quiet and rather more steady; sales 14,903 bush. Milwaukee No. 2 at 2 20. Com—1® 2c higlier but not active; laics 61,000 bush. State al 66 ® 67c. New Ohio at 63® 04c.— Chicago and Milwaukee at 61 ® 62c. Beef—heavy; new plain mess at 13 60 ® 18 00; new extra at 17 00 ® 22 00. Pork—dull and drooping; new mess 2088 ® 21 00; old at 20 12f; prime at 17 75 ® 10 00., Lard—quiet but steady. B utter—unchanged. Whiskey—quiet. Mice—quiet and heavy. South Carolina at 0c. Sugars— dull and heavy; Muscovado 94 u) ldr. Coffee—dull and heavy. Naval stores—quiet. Petroleum—dull and heavy; crude at 19 ® 194c.— Beflne 1 banded 30 AS 31c. Tallow—lower; sales95,000 lbs. at 11 ® life. Wool—quiet. Freights to Liverpool—flmn; cotton id Chicago Market*. . - __ Chicago, Dec. 10. Flour declined 15 Sj 25c; White Winter Michigan 12 75 @ 13 00. Red Winter at 11 75. Spring extras. 8 00 @ 10 50. Wheat steady; sales No. 1 at 2 00t» 2 02; No. 2 at 1 75 (g 1 77. closing at 1 70*. Corn No. 1 pcnc.l at 83c with light sales of 20,000 bush — No. 2 at 75 @ 754. Oats steady |ar 30 a. 39jc. Barley nine No, 2 lit 59 a. doe. Rye 82c. Mess pork sales at 17 50 (gj 18 00. Lard dull and ottered at llic without buyers. Dressed hogs scarce and small sales at 6 So Receipt*—1,147 bble. Hour, 15,000 bash, wheat, 97, 700 bush, coni, S.noo bOBh. oats, 766 live hogs. Shipments—3,246 bble. flonr. 5,556 bnsh. wheat, 6,4’JO bush. oats. Cincinnati Markets. CINCINNATI, Dec. 10. Flour quiet; superfine 9 00 @ tooo. Mess imrk firm at 19 Oh. Lard unchanged and transactions nu merous. Hogs advanced 26c. t» owl; receipts 5,730 head. Cotton firmer; salcB Middling at :ui a 3«Se.— Whiskey quiet at 2 30 fill-bunded. Gold 1387 . Miltvaakec Markets. Milwaukee, Doc. lo. Flonr unchanged. Wheat scarce and quiet; sales aL i 70 yi 1 80 lor No. 2. and 1 64 for No. 3. Com at 80c for No. 2. Provisions doll and unchanged_ Dressed Hogs firm; sales at 6 25 ® 6 16. Caanmercial—Per Cable. Liverpool, Dec. 8. Kvening. The market for breodetuflb generally closed heavy and with only a moderate attendance of buyers.— Wheat was offered at Id decline per cental, and Corn 39s 6d Cot handsome American White. Frankfort, Dec. 8. U. $. 6-20 s rule very steady in this maiket at 761 @ 764 cash, short time. . , , Lonbon, Doc. 8, Kvening. Consols have been very firmly held to-day, with pales for money at 884 (g) 88j. P.inamu Railroad bonds are firm. American 5-20 bonds of tho Issue of 1865 are again rather higher, with transactions at Of @ 89}. Liverpool, Dec. lu, Noon. Cotton market quite active at Saturday’s prices. The sales to-day promise to reach 16,000 bales. Mid dlin; uplands lid. London, Dec. 10, Noon. The money market is quiet. Cons >ls for money op ened at 884, ex dividend. AWHUhM fh< WWjftM Me tl*< ! ed SttteiS 201 Ttf 3r« Ink Stark Market. Nre Yobk, Dec. io. SKCOND BOABB—Stock*, American Gold....... U. S. Coupon Sixes, 18*1. U;d U. S.Flve-Tweutioa, coupons, 1862. . . 108 U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1861, U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1st*,, .iik! u ■ u ™ ve'p*?,“tic8> eoupons, 1865, now Issue.''. 7' 108 u. a. len-rortic*, coupons. ' ina Treasury Seven-Tldi two,..... .10s Canton Company,.... . 4* Boston Water Power Company.7;.'! 2* Cumberland Coal Company ’.7.'. 70 Quicksilver Mining Company. . Western Union Telegraph.7.. Krie,.7*.7771. 72J Hudeon,.*7.77.122 Heading..*.'.7.777" .*.'.'.1001 Ulinois Central,,.*1*| Cleveland & PittBburg,.,’S’f Cleveland & Toledo.ld| Chicago dfc North Western.-... 531 Pittsburg & Fort Wayne. 105} Boston Slock l.isl. Sales at the Brokers’ Board, Iter* 10. American Gold. 137$ United State* Coupons, Nov. 137$ United States Coupon Sixes, 1*81. 113 United States 7 3-101 lis, 1st aeries. 106$ small. 1061 “ art series. lo5* “ 3d series. MM *‘ small. 105 United Stales 5-Ws, 180*. n<7 “ 1*61. list$ “ )K4^. |(M{ Vermont Stale Sixew. Rutland let Mortgage Bond*. 120 Boston and Maine Railroad. Vermont. Central 1st mortgage bond*. 120 MARRIED. In this city, Dec. 8, by Rev. E. Martin, William Brown. Jr., of Portland, and Mbs Lena A. Rolfe, of Stratford, N. H. In Cumberland, Dec. P, by Rev. K. S. Jordan, Freeman Jordan, ol Now Gloucester, and Miss Sarah M. Johnson, of Westbrook. In Windham Nov. 29, by S. M. Baker, Esq., Benj. Mains, Jr., and Miss Soptivonia Manchester, both of Windham. In West Poland, Nov. 10. by Rev. J. A. Lil»by, Lewis F. Cole aud Mbs Lizzie H. Varney, both of Windham. In Biddeford, William II. Penliehl and Rflss Mary A. Cummings. In Norway, Nov. 22, Frank T. Pilce and "fcr.-ih M. W lii rehouse. _ DIEJ>. In this city, Dec. 9, Mrs. Ann E. C., wile or Perley I>. Cummings, aged 45 years. [Funeral on Wednesday afternoon, at*8* o’clock, from No. 21 Pine street. Relativesand friends are invited to attend. In Westbrook, Dec. 8, Mis. Elizabeth A., w.fe ol Charles H Clark, aged 48 years. In Vassal boro, Nov. 25, Mrs. Sally Hobby, aged 86 years 4 months. In Mercer, Nov. 22, Mrs. Louisa Kimball, aged 69 years. In Vn salboro, Nov. 28, Mr. Samuel Foster, ag6<l 71 years. In Bremen, Nov. 18, Capt. Waite W. Keene, aged 76 years. In Wilton, Dec. I, Mrs. Lucy Hathaway, aged 66 years. _ _ IMPORTS. C ARDENAS. Barque Sarah B Halo—336 hbds 54 tics 3 bbls molasses, to Phinney & Jackson; 3 bbls mol issos. 6 bbls oranges, master. WINDSOR, NS. Sch Acorn—160 ions plaster, to order. Miaiaiare Aluiaaac.December 11* sun rives. 7.1tf Sun set -.4.2# Moon set*.8.47 PM ilitfh water-- 2.16 PM MARINE N MWB PORT OP PORTLAND. Woudav, Decembpr 10* ARRIVED. Steamer Franconia. Sherwood, New York. / Steamer New Brunswick, Winchester, Boston tor Eastport and St John NB. Barque Sarah B Hale, (of Portland) Hutchinson. Cardenas, 20th ult. Sch Acorn, (Br) Rolf, Windsor, NS. Sch Sea Flower, Parker, Baltimore. S Rising Sun. Chandler, Boston. Sch Dexter, Flood, Surry. S h Grey Hound, Dyer, North Haven. Sch Monior, Sawyer, Millbridgc for Boston. Sch Ad.line Hamliu, Wyait, Bangor tor Boston. Sch Bound Brook, Perry, Rockland lor Boston. Sch Peucinian, Turner, Orland tor Boston. CLEARED. Sch Annie Freeman, Reed, New York—Reused Sc Neal. SAILED Barque Henry P Lord ; brig Edwin; sch Wm Aithur; and others. [FBOU OUB COBBBSPONDLNr.l BOOTH BAY, Dec 4—Ar, brigs Rio Grande, Hen nett, Eastport tor Philadelphia ; Torrent, Gould, <10 for do. Dec 8—Ar, schs Silver Lake, Reed, Boston; Gram pus, Gordon, Hancock ior Boston. Sch Mora, oi Providence, 121 tons, om, built at Belfast in 1819, has been purchased by Capt Hawley, and other s, ol Tremeut. DOMESTIC PORTS* NEW ORLEANS—Ar 1st, ships Westmoreland, Hammond, Antwerp ; Cambria, Harrington, :vor,i | Ardios*an. A. 2d, barque H Greg ry, Gregory, Rocklan-C Cld 7th, barque Alcyone, Parteidge. Rockland. Ar below 7th, barque Frank Marion, Barker, from Bordeaux. Barque Alauro, Strieker, irom Breinerliavcn, Is or dered to Galveston. Towed to sea, brig American Union, lor Portland. MOBILE—Ar 7lh, brig Aquidneck, Bigley, irom Boston. JACKSONVILLE—Ar 28th, soli Nettie Currier, Currier, Boston. Cld 23d, brig P Hinckley, Foster , tor Philadelphia; 24th. sell Zumpu, Johnson, St Thomas. PENSAOLOA—Ar 2Gtn ult, sch Vernal, Perry, to load lumber at Ml 11 ton tor Indianola at $1?. SAVANNAH—Ar 3d, ba que John S Harris, Ken ney, Matanza*. Below, ship Ne Plus Clrra, from Matanzas. SJd 29t , sch John Crocker, Lowe' for Pilatka. t.* load lumber for Mdtanzas at $14 geld. Sid 3d, brig Mariposa, for Boston. At Saltilla River 22d ult, brig Kennebec, Atherton, lor Bath, ready. FORTRESS MONROE—Ar 4lh in*t, ship A tlantic, SmaUev. Chinehas. BALTIMORE—Ar 8th, brig F&nuv Lincoln. (Jol lins. llavaua. Ar 10th. sch B F Lovell, (new,) Leavitt, Sa<o. NEW YORK—-Ar 7th, ship Sr Mark, Wood. from Liverpool. Ax 8th, barque Diiigo, Blair. Savannah. Cld 8th, barque J U Brrookman, McCrfllis, Valpa raiso; brigs F H Todd, McGuire, lor Aspimvall; H Means Hopkins, EUzabotiipcrt; schs R E Pecker, Sherman, Bucksvillc, SC ; Union, Ames Baltimore: Josephine, Knight, St Martin . Ar 28th, brjes A F Larrabee, Carlisle, fm Bangor; Tangier, Smith, do; sch Triton, Do.»ey, Bangor. Ar 10th, barque Martin W Bre t, Irom Havana; brig H F CoJthirst, irom Vlansanilla. PROVIDENCE—Ar 8th, brig Chaa Heath | Wvmftn, Calais; schs Zicova, Heath, Elizabethport; Cygnus, Small. Macliias; S T Chartre, Burr, Calais NEWPORT—Ar 7th, BCha O Fantauzi, Wooster, Providence tor New York; Agnes, Carter, Jackson ville via Block Island lor Bath. Ar 8th, barque Andes, Dalllug, Savant ah ior Bua tou; sch S J Collins, Lane, Bangor far New Yoik. Sailed, brig J Aviles, Pblibrook, Bangor tor New York; schs Sarah N Smith, Sherman, im do for do; Adriana, Eastman, Bath for do; F K Sliaw, St John, NB for Philadelphia ; Hannibal. Cox, irom Bos ton tor do: Sarah N Smith, Sherman, fin Bangor tor New York; Percy, Mahlman, Eastport lor do; Mala bar, Burger. Bel last tor do; Campbell, Soule, Calais for Philadelphia; Sea Bird, Belial.v, Fall River far New York; Typhoon Williams, and Leo burg, Da vis. Portland lor do; Hattie, Carter, Bangor lor dry; Isis, Bullock, do for do. FALL 1UVER—Sid 6tli, seb J 8 Watson, Lane, New York. Nth w *r .-an, Dm uiauzoni, lirilnn, Bangor; schs Valhalla. Lora, Calais; Dr Kane. R> der, Bangor; G W Baldwin. Long, Providence, to winter. HOLMES* HOLE—Ar 7th, brig Manfoni, Griffin, Bangor lor New Bedford; schs Hardscrabble, Jones, Norfolk for Portland; Gen Banks, Ryder; Volant, Dodge; Mary ratten, Camming*, and W J Parks, Bogart, Bangui for do: Sin an Taylor, Lord; L M Siiuatv Deaim, amt Hattie Anujfo, Lord, from do for lirid^port; Calrtta?PifworsfCaraden for New York; G D King, Blatchlord, and Sami Fish, Davis, Cala.s for do; Gertrude Horton, Jameson, Rockland for do; J Patten, Dunham, Gardiner ior Providence. Ar sth, schs Gertrude, Colwell, Huntington tor do; T R llainmond, Crain, from New York tor Eastport; *rrr Sailed, brigs Sea Foam. C-omb.«, Bungoi ior New York; C Matthews, Cox, do tor Newport: Caimna, Marshall, from Calais for bridgp.»rt: schs E McLain. Sleeper Boston for Baltimore; WT Emerson. Em erson, Bucksj.ort fordo; Union, Bishop. Bocki.ort for Wilmington. NC; Vicksburg, Cobett, and Paul Scavey, Gulliter, Bangor for New York: Andrew Pe ters. Moore, Kllsw&rth lor do; Maw Susan, Snow*, Rockland lor Providence; Jas Young. Wilson. Calais for New York; Fannie A Bailey, Irom do lor Balti more; AC Austin. WiUard, FoxJLsiand for do; cos mos, HrU£ Rockland for do; Alice G Grace. Gilchrist (Calais lorNew Haven; Sawn.Cassidy, Lepreaux ior New Haven; Su>an & Mary, Keene, :.nd Kodmgion, Gi eg my, Rockland for do; Moses Patten. Harding, Bang >r ior do; May Day, Adams, do tor Not walk: Mary A loe, Perry, do for Newark Cyguus. Small, Marinas ior Providence, together with the above ar rivals. Boston—Ar fth<brfg Star, 8pm row, Mansanilla; schAbaco, Hinks, Bangor. Cld 8th, sclia Rio, Young, Gouldslioro; Watchman. Wooster, Franklin; sloop Lucy Adams, Ames for Searsport. Ar 91 li, barque Charles Miller. Brewer, Baltimore; sch W G Dearborn, Scull. Ph ladcl bin. Ar UKMcfei bum Otts, Ky* r Beltast; Pembroke, Her>ey, Fem'roke. Cld lOtli, barque Toscano, Delano, for Charleston; brig Mary CRosevcflt. Farnsworth. Portland; schs JJl Cuius, Stalling, Port au Prince; W H Mitchell, Cole. MaThiasport. SALEM—Ar 7 b. Mb E L Thompson, Brown, from Ellsworth; Jasper. Wentworth, Oriington. ELLS WO RT H—Sid 3J, brig David Owen. Chad bourne, Cardenas. forlig.m forts, Ar at Leghorn ffth UU^bar.jue Ocean Steed, Flinn from Philadelphia Ar at Antwerp 20th ut. barques Esther, Prince, and Ironsides, Tapley, Pliilad* Ijhia. At Liverpool 24th ult, ships C C Horton, Kelley, a‘‘a, 1*2?' Ay'ward, lor UotU.ii. Mg. hid tm Newport, E. 22d, ship Magua Charter, Ken ney, King Georges Sound. Sid ftn Cardin 20th, ship Chas Baker, Cook, for Montevideo. Ar at Callao 13th ult, haroue City of Bangor, from from lioston; Ar at Aspinwsll 29th, brig Arocsmok, liryant, im Bos: on. At Barbadoes 21st ult, brig Eastern Star, Foster, for New York 2 days. Ar 18th, brigs Valencia, Small, and Milwaukee, Brown, worn New York ; Susie J Strout, Strout, Jacksonville. Ar at Halibut, NS, 3dth ult, sch City Point, Fisher, Portland. Ar at St John, NB, 2d hast, brig Mary J Goddard, Goddard, Portland; schs Tilt, Prescott, fin do: 4th, Debonair** and Quickstep, do. (Per City ot Paris, at New York.] «M t>« It MvWMd* t» tt *V? *’'4 M I*w4ub iStfe. Pawn, Ne1«>M, ><■* VtJ’Vs On Oiieenstowu 27tb, Jm-tuiah Xh UHwott.Krn body, from Liverpool for New York, (end failed > Shi ftn Kbangbae Ocb 1 lfmlBon. Ny«, Nagasaki; 2d,, Wo se, Manila Ar at Hong Kong Ot a, Young Greek, Xlmmiwin. Bangkok; Poraee, Soule, San IVancu-oo; loth,Wind ward, Barrett. Kungkok. Ar at Manila Sept 21, Congress, Wyman,- Hung Kang. Iu port Oct G, Golden Hind, DaviuiiC. Sid IV11 Batavia Gtli, Humboldt, Proctor, Patton** and Boston. Shl fai Singapore ( ct 14tli, ltlandina Dudley, Bar rett, Liverpool. Sid fm Port Mahon 11th ult, McGIlvery. Nichols, \ aieneia. . Ar at Gibraltar 20th ult, Adelaide, Plummer. Horn Alicante, laud sailed 21st tor New York): Speedwell, Patten, New York. Ar at Bremen 21th ult,Pair •, (’oibett,New York. (id at Helvcet25d ult, Gardiner Colby, McLellun, New York. At at Antwerp 24th ult, Bazaar, Stinson, Phila delphia. . SPOKEN Sept 27, lat 37 46 S, Ion 36 Gi> \Y, ship Will H Pies cott. trom C-dllao for Gibraltar. Oct 19, lat 5 S, Ion 35 W, ship Tccuimeh, fm Boston for v'aliarai&o. Oct 21, oil’ St Helena, .-hip Mogul, 43 days bom Mauritius tor Liverpool. Oct 24, lai 2 12 N,Ion 28 50, barque Leading Star, trom Charleston for Bueuos Ayres. Oct 28, lat 6 ION, Ion28 07, ship Southern Chief, from New York lor Accapulco. Nov 15, Ut 32 40 N, Ion 36 20, bliip Benuhigion •Stover, from Boston for Madras. Afau dk Magnolia.—The prettiest thing, the ‘•sweetest thing,” and the most of it for the least money. It. overcomes the odor of perspiration; soft ens ami adds delicacy to the skin; is a delightful ]*er ftnue; allays headache and inhumation, and is a nec essary companion in the sick room, in the nursery and upon the toilet sideboard. It can be obtained everywhere at one dollar per bot tle. Saratoga .Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. S. T.—lSliO.—X.—Tlie amount of Plantation Bit ters Hold in one year is something startling. They would till Broadway six feet high from the Park to 4th street. Drake's manufactory is one of the insti tutions in New York. It is said that Drake painted all the rocks in the Eastern States with his cabalistic “S. T.—1880—X.,” and then got the old granny legis lators to pass a law “preventing disfiguring the lace of nature,” which gave him a monopoly. We do not know how this is, but we do know that. Plantation Bitters sell as no other article ever did. They are used by all classes of the community, and are death on Dyspepsia—certain. They arc very invigorating when languid and week, and a great appetizer.” S&rato a pring Water, sold by all Drugging “in lit ting the kettle from the fire 1 scalded my sell very severely—one baud almost to a crisp. The tor ture was unbearable. • * * The Mexican Mus tang Liniment relieved the pain almost immediately. It healed rapidly and left very little sear. Ohab. Poster, 420 Broad street, Philadelphia.” Tiiis is merely a sample of what the Mustang Lini ment will do. It is invaiuabe in all cases of wounds, swellings, sprains, cuts, bruises, spavins, etc., either upon man or beast. Beware of counterfeits. None is genuine unless ! wrapped in the steel-plate engravings, bearing the signature of G. W. Wostbrook, Chemist, and the pri vate stamp of Demis Barnes & Co, New York. Saratoga Spring W afcer, sold by all Druggists. All who value a valuable head of hair, and its pres- I ervation from premature baldness and turning grey, will not tail to use Lyon’s celebrated Katharion. It makes the hair rich, suit and glossy, eradicates darnl ruti, and causes the liair to grow with luxuriant beauty. It is sold everywhere. E. Thomas Lyon, Chemist, N. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. VIhai Did lx? A young lady returning to her couuuy homo after a sojourn of a few months ill New 1 ork, was hardly recognized by her friends. In place ot u rustic tiushod tacc, she had a sole ruby complex ion of almost marble smoothness, and instead of 23, she really appeared but 17. She told them plainly she used Aagan’s Magnolia Baliu, and would not be without it. Any lady can improve her appearance vtry much by using rtiis article, it can bo oniore.I ol any ilruggist lor Ot) cents Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Uruggjcts. Heim street’* inimitable Hair Goluring has been steadily growing in thvor tor over twenty years. It acts upon the absorbents at the roots of the hair, and changes to its original color by degrees. All instan taneous dyes deaden and injuie the hair, licini stroi ls is not a dye but is certlin In its results, pro motes its growth, aud is a beautiful llair Dressing Price 60 cents and $1.00. Sold by all dealers. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by an Druggists. Lvov's Extbaot of Pure Jamaica Ginger— tor Indigestion, Nausea, Heartburn, Sick Headache, Cholera JVloihus, <Src., where a warming, genial stim ulant is required. Its careful preparation and entire purity makes it a cheap and reliable article for culi naijr purposes. Sold everywhere at 50 cents per bot tle. Saratoga Spring Water, soid by all I»i uggists. _ 11 June 14, *66—eod&wly A GREAT RUSH -AT I*. M. FROST’ 8, B ARGAiN^! Xt> IIIG PROFITS, XO DULL TRADE Out Crowds of Cuwtoiner Who are receiving Blessings by buying Goods cheap. Blankets at OJ<l Prices! Only $4,75 per pair. Fancy Shirting Flannels! ONI.T JOe PEB .VABD, Upo-i American Prints. 1 Shilling pr. yd, Blenched and Brown Cottons, AT LOW PRICES! 'i liitiefc. Shawls, < loakinns, Heav ers, Poplins. tore.*,* RooiIh of all Dmripiioui). WOOLEN GOODS FOIt MEN & BOY’S WEAR! All of the above Goods will bo offered at h GREAT REDUCTION from regular rates. Remember! No. 4 Deeriiiy Block. Dec 8—dawfcf ESCAPED FROM JAIL I $300 REWARD ! Escaped from the Portland Jail, on the night of the tilth, the fallowing desc.ibed persons:— NAMIJilL I¥J5VlfslsiE. 27 years of age, 6 feet i inches high, dark complexion, black curly hair, Inn whiskers. Had a brown broadcloth coat, grey pains and vest, and round top hat. FREDERICK RICHARDm, about 5 feet i inches high, of medium build, slightly stooping shoulders, ha l on gray sack coat, biack vest ana i>anis and brown neck-tie. He wore a silk beaver hat. f HABIA<4 BBAIBARO, about 22 years Jill, six feet ldgh, dark ruiuploxioii, one eye atgimess, uni lias a heavy swinging gait, of powerfiil and wiry liuild. He wore a coat originally dark blue, but now laded to a dull brown; pants and vesl dark mixed sew shoes with braES buckles, and an imitation Scotch nip. ABEW.VWiV REIViVISTON, about 5 teot 8A inches high, pretty stout build, dark complexion, Silk heavy and rather sunken black eyes, anil thin noustache. Wore short dark coat, pants and vest lark, white bosom shirt, with scarlet ncck-tie, and dark cloth cap. The above prisoners e-caied last night about 1 fclock. i nftV>r the following rewords for their apprehension, or wnh information nr shall u ore tlieir arrant:— 'Far Frederick Richards.8100 “ SAMUEL NEVILLE. 100 CHARLES BRAINARD. 00 “ MELVIN KKKKISTON. r,0 GEORGE W. PARKER, „ . , . Sheriff and Jailor. Portland, Nov. 20, lSWi. nov2M4w Manett, Poor A Co., Having takcu Ike Chambers 311 CONGRESS STREET, ADJOINING MECHANICS’ HALL. Are now prepared In oiler 4heir friends and Il.e pub lic n large and well asoried stock of CASPIiTlHOS! Paper Hangings CURTAIN GOODS, &c., Purchasers of flic above goods arc rcspectiiiUy invi ted to examine our stock which is New, Clean find Desirable. .ivttWtt FOR SAI^JkT R ll. TVEBB, has on hand tor sale thirty- I live SLEIGHS AM) EUNGS, Tko best to be found in the county. AJso lour heavy Baggage Wagons, and three light open buggies, which bo offers lor sale mi more fitvorablo terms than any other Carriage Manufacturer, as ho closes his busf ness with this sale. Persons desirous ofjiurchasing will fuel it for their advantage to call upon him. R. M. WEBB. Wcbli’a MiHg, Per 13(10. d8i'4eod&w4w« Portland JLaundrj/. OrIe.« rmiM at the office nf tlie Purest City House >jij. 3ir> Congress Street. i S55S S'j\crebX ?iven Hiac the Portland Laundry has lieeu reopened by the siiDSctiber, who has been many yeai sconnect«l with the well known Clieleea Dye House and Lauudry, and with the experience thus acquired he is now prepared to do all descrip tions of Laundry work in a satisfactory manner. JyMfini__ A. T. CRAVV^EV. Agent Southern Pine. ABOUT ho M very superior Flooring and Step Boards now landing at Custom House Wharf' I and for sale in lots to suit purchasers. Apply to C. M. DAVIS & CO., _ 117 Commercial street. Portland. Nov. 21, I860. r.ov22dtl* WAfTW), #4000 Wanted! rilllEEfi OR FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS tor J. two or three years for which the Bent of Se curity will be given, and interest paid at tho rate of nine per cent per annum. Address Box 2058 PortUteuLrP. O., or W. H. JERK1S, Real Estate Agent. Dec C— dlw* Wanted. rilEN or Fifteen TEAMS wanted to cart lOft, I. OOO Bricks and IOO Perch oi Stone from the Park to No. H4 Brackett Street, By C ALEB S. SMALL. doe 6 dlw Farmer Wanted. A PARTNER is wanted by a man in the retail Provision and Grocery business with a capital ot Twelve or Fifteen Hundred Dollars,in a first rate lo cation, and g<>od business. It is a rare chance for a man who wishes to go into the business. Apply at the Press Office. decldtf Flour Barrels Wanted. ■\lfE will pay 30 cents each for first class Flour f T Barrels suitable for sugar. LYNCH, BARKER & CO., novl.'klt f 139 Commercial street. Wanted. -1 k/k BUSHELS good Pumpkin Seeds bv KENDALL & WHITNEY. Nov 13—<11 m Agents Wanted l FOB FRANK MOORE’S “ Women of the Wav WONDERFULLY POPULAR ! SO popular has it already become, (not one month yet since its first Issue) that hundreds of people are writing for it from all sections of the country Front one City alone, 1T!| persons have written for this Work,—could not wait lor Agents. Four 01 Adams’ large size Presses are running on this Book, anti the demand exceeds our supply. Ex perienced Agents and others, who possess i.m.lli Sonce, energy, and perseverance, and «:urt piotna le Employment, will find by engngii g lu tim sale of this Book, aU they deaire. Many now In the t . !d mu meeting with astonishing success. For full particulars send tor circulai. itov i3 diwtf 9;21* &***& *:•. a Wanted Immediately. 1 ( W \ Cood American, Nova Scotia and Irish *-V/V/ Girls to do housework, cook, Ahv. in y/i vate lamilie- and hotels iii this eitv and count rv. Situations siue. The beat wages paid. Also 50 Girls t» work in Factories. Farmers and others wanting men lor any work will do well to call on us, as we will supply them free oi charge. Address or apply at the General Agencv Employ m. nt Daice, 3514 Congress Street, up stairs, COX & POWARS. 9ei't2tkl‘J_ _ late WillTNE V *V CO. Ageiih Wunli ^ ■ To canvass for the cheapest and b>; fay \ jAi'iia book in tiie country. nGADIiGV’fi AH87 it OF THE are Air itl:in:iLiov i Two volumes complete in one. 1200 Roya’ 4 .s.lvivo Pages, sold lor Five Dollars. G^^Many agents are making fron ‘Sir-., ** * tyfr t**»! week canvassing for this work. Sol » bv & i vndii-. only. Sole and exclusive rights given of nnuou d ta. riujry with liberal commissions. For circulars tod terms apply to Of P hE • a J. PATTEN MTCTi Lock Box 1722. No 233* Congress St., near City Hau. Portland, Maine. noSldhw - - - - —'. - *"■ UOAIID AND IMUtrlv Board. A PLEASANT Room, withbt i ...uaiic it** i gentlemau and wife, or two Lin, . ; i.iieuitn. at No 5G Clark street. noirtdtt TO LET, lATITIIOUT Board, a pleasant l.oi.t room fnru T V islicd, in the Western part of the inly, to one or two single gentlemen. Address Box 42 Post Of fice, Portland. nov 16 tl* LOST AND roiTTNr LOST* BETWEEN Boyd and Brackett streets, Thursday, the 6th inst., a BUNDLE, containin'.: a gentle man’s woolen shirt, a lot oilmen. towels, and other articles ol clothing. The finder will be suitably re warded by leaving it at No. 6 Boyd street. declOdlw Picked up AdiiX A SMALL BOAT which the owner can have by S calling at Fort Gorges. dcTdlw* VINELAND. I TABS! AND VttVIT LANDS, iu a mild aril healthful climate. Thirty miles south ol l'hil adelplna, by Railroad, in New .Terser, on the same line ol lalitude us Baltimore, lid. The soil tsrich and productive, varying from a clay to a sandy loan , suitable tor Wheat, Grass, Gpni, Tobacco, Fruit and*vegetables This is a great jtuit Country. Five hundred Vineyards and Orchards have been plamod ort by experienced iruit growers. Grapes, Teaches, Tears bee., produce immenseprof i s. Vineland is already one of the inos bcautiiui places in the United States. The entire territory, consisting ol fitly agnate miles of laud, is laid out upon a general system ot improvements. The land is only sold to actual settlers with provision ha- public adornmc .t. The place on account of ifsgreat beauty, as well as other advantages, has become the resort of ,icojJe ai taste, it has increased 810 thousand people within the past three years, attaches. Stoics,; Schools, Academics, Societies 01 Art and Learning, and other eiein-.nts of refinement an.I culture have beenuilrodu «d.. Hundreds olpeoplc aro constantly sell line. Hundreds of new houses are being con structed. Price of Farm Land, tw nty acre lots and upwards, if25 per acre, Five and 1 cn acre and Vil lage lota for sale. Fruits and Vegetables ripen earlier in this district than in any other 1 cality, north of Norfolk, Va.Im proved places tor sale Openings tor all kinds ol business, Lumber Yards, -VlaiuiiactoricK, Foundries, Stores and the Ilk : and Steam Power with room can ho rented. For person ho desire mild a inters, a healthiUl (Innate, anil a good soil, in a country heauliJnlly irn prov d. abounding in iruits, and po scssiue all other social privileges, in the heart or civilization, it is worthv ol a visit, l-oUcts answered, aud the Vineland Rural a papci giving full information, and containing reports ot So lon Rob noon, sent to applicants. Address OH AS K. LANDIS, Vineland P. O., Landis Township, New Jersey. From Report ot Solon Robinson, AgiieulturalLdi tor ot the Tribune j "ft is one of ttte most extensive icittle tracls, man almost level position and suitable condition tor pleasant farming that we know of this side of the Western Piairies.’’ sepfUiddtv.iim 57 MEN’S Uiider-J5Jhii*t» ! AND DBA WEES, 111 Fnglisb, Scotch and Aiuei ican. Charles Cuslis & Co. A1 orton Block, CONC5RE8S STREET. dec8dJt M A < + 1 c j H A l li Hestorative ! ! NO. 1, Will BrMore Hra y or Faded Hair to iu ORIGINAL COLOH. E1THEB. BLACK OK BROWS. Strengthens the hair -111 1 gives nourv.nmcnt to the roots. Stakes the hair soft amt moist. Prevents ami eurcs Dandrufl A Splendid Hair Dressing, PROVED TO BE THE Best and Cheapest In the Market. MAGIC PI .V I It DYE ITjis only to lie applied to the llaiFor Whiskers and

the work is done; no washing. For sale by all Druggists. CHARLES 1VEWHALL, Proprietor, octlSeod 47 Hanover at, Boston. 3m OYSfEHS. HAVING made arrangement* for a large supply Oysters during the winter I am now ready to sup ply Oysters at the low price of $1.10 per gallon, solid. tflr“All orders by mail or Express promptly attend ed to at hio. 2 Union Wharf. JAMIvS FREEMAN. Pee u—il-w Notice. THI under.-igned otter ilielr services lo the pub lic as Seal ICstale Agents. All persons desir ing lo buy, sell or lease property, are requested to call at our office SIS Congress street up stairs. AU bn loess entrusted to our care shall have prompt at tention. HANSON i!t DOW. V.C. Hahsos, augJT-dtl M. «. Dow. Notice. PEI1SO.KS clearing the ruins or digging cellars can tied a good place lo deposit tlicir rubbish on Franklin Wharf. S. ltOUJ{DS, seplld—dtf__ _ Whatlinger. Go to Adams & Furlnton’s IdOK your Housc-fumisliing Ooods of nil kinds; A Carpetings, and all kinds ol'Crockerv, Glass, tin, Stone, Earthern and Wooden Ware, Fairer Hang ings, Window Shades, 4tc, &e. no2Md3m IflfSFiHWfc 7' -77-£ -Atfcfc al. ! I StATEMENT OF THE COtffclTtCrt —OF THE— Merchants Insurance Cornp’y, Ok Habtfobd, Cohn., Made Uyhejjeere^ry^ the Sgto^of^lajne. on the CAPITAL. The amount of the Capital Stork of the Company is, - - y , - - $200,060 00 ASSETS. Cash on hand, .... $108 53'' “ ‘"Batik, - - - - - 7,307 26 , v in hands el Agents andiucuiir* of . iranaffltasion, r - f- _ is r»83 37 Government Securities, - - 109*300 0o State and City Bonds, - - - 27,’l00 00 New York Bank Sto k. 17.650 00 Hartford - ' 1 48,300 00 Boston “ ‘I - - - . 23,000 00 Other « “ - . - 8,125 00 Loons, secured by mortgages, - - 70 700 00 , ‘ “ by Bank Stock, - - 1,240 00 interest acrrueil, - 1861 06 Total Assets of the Company, - . $333,515 ‘ji. LIABILITIES. Amount of losses adjusted and due, - none “ “ and not due - $4,360 18 unadjusted (estimated in ..10,677 00 Total LtABiumrs tor Loesses (no other Liabilities,) - $20,477 18 (Signed) MAKE HOWAliD, President. „ ‘ . , L. T1IOS. LOBDELL, Sec’y. Sworn to before me, • *f. Shipman, Notary Public. H. 1). LIXXCE <fc CO., Agents, ... Office No. 79 Commercial Street. Dec 5 d&wlw OFFICE OF THE Springfield Five and Marine Insurance Company* NpringlrM, Unaa, ? . .... SEPTEMBEB 15, 1866. lo the Agents ot the Springfield JFlre and Marine insurance Company. Gentlemen :—The officers oft this Company take great pleasure in announcing to iBeir-Agents, patrons and friends, that by an unanimous vote of the stock holders, the capital stock of this company has been in creased to HaU\A *1 IVJON Dolfcru, aO paid in CASH, and tiiat the assets of the company are *690,171,74; Capital, *506,060; Surplus, *190,171,74. Notwithstanding the trequent fires and the heavy ' losses sustained by insurance companies, THIS Com pany ia able to show to Us agent* and tattoos, such a list of assets and securities afc&jhtitifit to a position 111 the iron trank anion* insurance companies in this country— one worthy of I ha hiltost confidence, and giving the most perfect securities to policy-holders. T'he policies in this company, tarnish the meat am ple indemnity to our customers, we ask in return good risks, and adequate rates, and we trust our many and OuthMagenta may in the flume a» in |ho nter, look well to our interests—enlarge and increase our busi ness, upon what shall prove a sate class of risks. Edmund Freeman, President, Chartered 1849, J. >1. Dunham, Sec. Capital & Surplus $690,171,74, Chas. E. Lane, Assistant Sec. We are Yours Very Truly, E. Freeman, President. J. N. Dunham, Secretary. Johu £• Dow &■ Non, Ageuta, sep29-cadtf PORTLAND, Mjfolfc, CONDENSED STAT£HI£NT i Of the condition of the j ^ Bay State Fire Insurance Co., Of Worcester, Mass., As made tp Secretary of Sate, Sov. 1,1806. Capital Stock.9130,000. Amount of Capital Stock actually paid in, £-104,800. AMOUNT OF ASSETS. ¥. S. Bonds, par value,. 43,730,00 State of Vermonfc Stocks,. 5,000,00 Bank Stocks iu Worcester and Boston,. 45,486,00 Rail Road Stocks,.;. 12,831,00 Loaned City of Worcester on demand, . 20,000,00 Loaned with Collateral,. 5,000,00 Cash on hand,. 9,382,15 Cash iu hands of agents,.... 3,782,03 Other Cash Items,. 1,200,00 $145,410,18 v- LIABILITIES. Ain’t of fosses due 5ml unpaid,. 295,00 Amonnt of losses claimed and unpaid,... r... 4,475,00 Am’t of losses reported upon which the liabil ity of the Com pany is not detefthined,.. 6,200,00 10,970,00 W. S. DAVI9, President. t. G. Parks, Secretary. J. II- WEBSTER, Agent, dec7i!3w _ No 10 South Street. SPECIAL yuriCE —or Life In^iu'aueef TTAyiNG been appointed General Agents for 1 Maine of the old New England Mulual Life Ills. Co., Of Boston, Mass., being the oldest pnrely Mutual Life ins. Co. in America, we wish fifty good, active agonts t3 work in the diifurcn^cities aud villages throughout ! he State. None need apply unless good reference •an be give. The Co. is 23 years old and has paid in l dividends $1,217,000 00 and over $2,000,000 00 m loss ■b by death. It l»as now a well-invested accumulated .'a pi tel oi over $ t,000,900 00. ^The Co. formerly made I md paid its dividends once in live years. A Divi ieud will be made up iu Nov. 18GC, and annually tUpreatter, and available one year from date of Poli cy. Applications for local Agencies will be made to RUFUS SMALL & SON, Gen'l Agent*!, no21d !in Biudelbrd, Me. Holyoke Mutual Fire Ins. Co., S^LEM, MASS. Statggicut of the cq^dltioii of s£l Company on the 1st day of November, A D, 1806, being tiro dale of its exhibit next proceeding Dec 1, 1866. Amount of Capital sfcck,.*712,761,38 Consisting of Notes and Statute Liabilities,.606,198,.18 ! And of cash assets ns follows: Mortgages,...... 15,630,01 Bank Stock,. 42,296 Real Estate,. . 29,460 Railroad Bonds and Stocks,. 6,137,50 State and City Bonds,. 6,705 Loans on collateral and notes re ceivable,.!...:. 2,686,16 Sundry Assets. 610,94 Cash OIL hand,. 3.872,40 Balance in agents’ hands,....... 167,89 -*71^761,38 Amount at Risk,.14,648,738,11. liabilities: Losses claimed,..2,360 Drafts given in paymenflpr losses,not yet pre sented toy payment,.’..3,803,80 Unclaimed Dividends. 572,64 Aug. Stokv, rrcst. Teiu#as H.^Jousso.n, Sjwy. J: n. WEBSTER, Agent, dee7d3w No 10 South street. REMOVAL. Sparrow's Insurance Office Is'fliis day mtB'weri from No. (80 Comitoirial Street, to the new and coatfnodiouH roMra -»K3.«« EXCHANGE STREET, Ilfl'nE CUMBERLAND BANK BUILDING, where he is now prepared to place insurance, in att'ite forms, ami for any amount, hi companies geeond to no others on the globe, aud op the moat favorable terms. Parties preferring first class insurance, are res pectfully invited to cull. November S, 186G. dtf Lw. ■ woiDblcy, Oeneiai Insurance Broker, • would inform his many friends and the pubi c generally that he is pi epar d i> continue the insur ance Busin ss as a Broker.! and can place Fire, Life ;md Marine Insurance to mic < xtent in the best Com P niet tue Un4t<*Ifcdait*3 AUhnsiness entrant*! to mv c re shar he faithftrly attended to. Oliice at C. M. Pice’s Paper Stole, No. 18$ Fore St. .where orders can be Jolt. . jullOfcf PAINTS AND OIL CHEAP Just received in bond, and for sale duty free, ibr use on Uic burnt district, Strictly Pure English I.pad and Oil ! Rebuilders will effect a gfest saving by purchasing in this way. 6 Every description of RALNT STOCK at the lowest ra*“ by PKKKB8 & CO., declOdJt 86 Commercial street. founts AND OILS, Drugss, Medicines, , Dye Ktnils, Window Glnsts. AGENTS KOli Forest lliver A Warren Lead Co.’s CBAFTfS * W1 l.f.lATI'S, Nos. 5 and 0 Commercial Wharf, Boston. Deci-XuTbSUy_ AN ft UAL “ THE Annual Meeting of Cumberland Bone Com pany will be held at Office of Treasurer John W. Jones, No. 101 Commercial Street, Tuesday 11th insl., at 2 o’clock P. M., to act on the following busi ness, vie: ■ ** ’ '*T 1st, For the election of officers for the emmiug year 2d, To act ou any busiuess that may legally come before them. GEO. W. HAMMOND. Clerk Poiflned, DM. I, ltsfifc. : iecSdlw* Portable Steam Engines, CIOMBINING the Maximum of efficiency, dura ) bility and econ-my with the minimum oi weight and price. Theyiar® widely and lavorably knoSn, more than BOO being In use. All warranted satis factory, or 1.0 sale. Descriptive'circulars sent on applieati n. Address J. C. HOAOI.EV Sc CO. __ « „ La WHENCE, Mass. Nnv. 6. lt*4«r> Said. Fop Sale. AfciDIT olSail*, Rigging ami Blocks. nearly new, from a fishing Schooner of ldotons: also Top sails, Fore and Maiusails, second hand. SAMPSON & OONANT, deeidtf . , #to. 19 & 20 Commercial Wharf. Kprucu Plootiug Hoards. V quantity of well-seasoned, clear Spruce FLOOR ING BOARDS, 16 feet long, six inches wide, for sale by HENRY BULLARD, nov 27 ulm Smith’s Whart. I ..P»L . .1... Ill III HI I !■ VI i HI nail * - m*h WATEt ' V - aLJuU ■ * Uousc UIU! Lot fbr San*. (.£!?!',°JI?UV a on* itory Bmise on SBSk^ ^ .4 Forty Acre Lot for Sale, ONLY four miles from Portland, one mile from Morrill’s Corner. This lot must be sold to cIom; an estate, and can be bought ibr the low price of $9oo About one hundred cords of wood now standing — Apply to W. U. JKKRIS, Dec. 8. lw Real Estate A^eut. First Class Houses tor Sale. WE otter tor Halo Lite eight ttm class brick houses, recently built by us, situated oh Fine Street, between Clark and Carletou Streets. These houses are thoroughly built, with slate roofs, brick draini, and marWe mantel].keen throughout.— They will be Hold at alow price, and on very tavora ble terms. Apply at our office, No. 271 Danforth St. 3. B* BROWN & SONS, or WM. II. JERK1B, Real Estate Agent, opposite the Preble House. October 16,1866. dtt =>VTOTfC’lC* 1 will sell on'AatoiV^e* rejigs as to T1 payrnenf, or let for a term Of i We lots on the corner ol Midtile and Franklin streets, and on Franklin street, including tlie corner ot Franklin and Foie streets. Apply to WM. HILLIARD* Bangor, or SMITH & REED, Attorneys, Portland. jylUtl HOUSE AND LOT lor safe at Cape Elizabeth Fer fy>—house nearly n*w. Enquire ol A .P. COLE at the Ferry, or W. II. M ANSEELD, Portland Sh aw Jacket C*^_t jul 11 dtf tpOR Sale. Three story brick house on Danforth Ml Street. The house is nearly new and iu ’fine or der. Immediate poscession given. jnftStl W. G. CHADBOURNB. House Lots ou India St., for Sale. ENQUIRE of CONANT & RAND, Li 153 Commercial Street, or on II. M. PAYSON, Portland, Nov. 21. dtf Exc-bange Street. l or $3000. fJIHE 1$ story House on Winter Street, third from L Pine, containing seven finished rooms, a Splendid well ot water on the premises. Lot con times 3600 square teet. Apply to PATTERSON & CHADBOtfcN, Dealers in Real Estate. <h‘5dlw Morton Block, just above the Preble House. ij^AKdl for Male. The subscriber otRrs his tai m for sale or will exchange ior city property. It is a first rate larm ot 110 acres, with a two story House, in good jepairaml a new Bain with cellar, 40x60. There is a m\er lulling supply ol good water and wood lot. Said larm is situated on the road Irom Soccarappa to Gorham Corner, about ond mile from the latter place. Fox further particulars applv to DOW & JOHNSON, Monlloh stiOet, or X. jjc Cook, on the premises. jy*'7-eodti Farm for Sale. ' 2 i IN SCARBOROUGH, about 7 miles from Portland, on “ Beech Ridge/* (so called,) contains about 75 acres mowing, tillage, a good Orchard and pastnre, and 30 acres wood and timber. Buildings tmoly situated and in good repair, with a good cellar and cistern. Good Dairy and convenient wells of water. Apply to JOHN LIBBY 4th, near the premises, or Woodbury libby, sc^boro*. Tl HENRY li. A EDWIN LIBBY, nov 22 eod&w3w* ~ T IfQr'saiejpriT^ AVEl: Y desirable and convenient 1J etnfy house, with bam, \vo;xl shed and carriage house, all in good order, with eoven acres ot land, only one mile outside of city, uiion which there are .300 choice fruit trees, constating of apule. pcarartimb and cherry;: also an abundance of cnrraiiU», goflseberry, strawber ry, &c., with vory best ol water, huge brick cistern and turuace in the cellar; a splendid garden and in ^first rate neighborhood, aud in every way a desira otiyifc^ Immediate irt>*se.ssioti * given. prioe HXTVMON A' DOIV, d^^^^slatc Agents, No. 315 Congress Strcek Seven $1000 House Lots TNOR sale on Congress street, near the sew Park. J? A fine location lbr a block of houses. Now is the time to purchase, preparatory for building in the spring. Apply to \VM. H. JERRIS, Real Eggfee Agent. r_ noy24d3w IN, <> rJT i,,C2 E . nit. t. aTfosteu, WISHING to to close up his bin mess in Port land, would say to all indebted to him for pro fessional services that they will find it to their interest to settle with him immediately, as his unsettled lulls will soon pass into other hands lbr collection. He baa far Male One of the l»cst building lots to be found in the upper pert oft lie yity; 104 ft square, situated on Cusiuuan street, at t 1ms head of Lewis street. A I,NO, A beautiful place in Westbrook, near Morrill’s Cor ner, with new buildings, trait and sipnle trees,hedges, grape vines, &c., thereon. For further particulars inquire at oiiice No 30 Free strceet, or W. H. JEKKIS, Ueal Estate Agent, decldgw* Only $1,000! FUt a good one aiul a half story HOUSE in Bid deforu, only .live years old—contains 7 rooms, good cellar, ana excellent water. - Fine garden with ***** t*uit trees. Lor *2 by <* fcat. ^ Apply imme diately to \V. JH? JEKKIS, uov 22 U3w^ Herd Estate Agent. Houses for Sale Low. ^SEVERAL desirable, medium sized dwelling Houses wiR be sold at low prices and on very favorable terms if applied for immediately. This liroperty Is situated on Congress street and Congress place—no better location in ibis city—and adjoins bt, Luke’s UnirndMl and w ill be sold iu lots to suit purchasers. Inquire of WISWELL & REED, Mo. 35t» Congress, on nance on Oak street, up stairs. novlKdff House for Sale, No 32 Myi lie street. En ilil; quite at No. 8 Central Wharf. July 12—111 Valuable Hotel Property iw Sale. flHJE Oxford House, pleasantly situated iu the vil X la;.; o< tTychuTg, Oxford county, Maine, is ot tered lorsaloat a bm gain, it applied lor soon. The House is targfe, fngoml repair, wiili turniture and nxiures throughout, together with all necessary cuibufldlrig?. Tor lull particulars inquire ol . . rUiRAXJu BOQXHBY, 15 A X oiii M .1 S ni wMetor. Or Haiisou&-Dow, 345 Congress st. Fryeb^rg, Sepi. 2‘J, lMRi. dti -—a-—;***** . - , Farm for Sale. 1 WILL sell my firm nte AltoiVConfer West brook, about*tliree miles troni Portland, one mile liami horse ayrs, aud Wysttmuok Seminary. baitl thrm con hill is TOO acres, part of it very valuable for tillage, .urd part oi it for building lots. There is a good notise. fwo largo barns, and out hous es on the premises, i t will bo sold together, or iu lots to suit purchasers' CYRUS TUUKLOW. sepii-dte a_ 9 teg Comnmrcfal fit, Dcdrablc Store Lots FOR HAljbX o :s coin me u c i a l ntrei t. snbwribers otTef Lt sale tile lot of land on X the southerly side of Commercial Street, head ot Dana’s Wharf, measuring 72 by 150 leer. For fur ther particulars inquire* JONAS H. TfeliLEY, Oct 18 tf or W. S. DANA. rr * *11-* 7*tr-rr~~"rr~r~?-p..— Lot for Kale. mE ol the best building lots in the city, Bitnated u ths-nori ii side ol Leering Street adjoining tlie residence of Gen. J. D. Fessenden. This lot is >ixty Iwo feet front on Deenng Street, extends back one hundred feet, ami is bounded on the east side by a street titty leet in width, making it a corner lot and pery desirable. a. B. llcl.SEY. f JIo. 4 Galt Block, Com. Street. Oct. 17 iltl* Valuable It cal Estate nu Elin St. lOIiSAZl!. A POllTION of the "DAY” Estate on Elm Street, rated on Elm and Cumlterland s'.reefs nil sukcepHblq m‘improvement, and lias a liont mi Elm strccMn 282 cel. The above premiay is oiierctkibr sale cither in por tions or collects ejy, on libciai terms. Apply to adgStt-a: * JOHN C. TEUCTOR. Jb or Lease. epHr. v.iluablo lot cl'land corner ol Middle and 1 Chimb Streets. lor a term cXycars. Kuquire of C. C. If fTCI ITT, b .1 SON, Aug. 28, lfw-dtt B8Fore Street. I7HHtatAI,B, ui Giuliani, fj/tcon minutes walk Mr Irom Hie Depot, a nearly new, neat Cottage House, Bam and ■ iu ten ililings,having all t! o eonven fences and In prime condiliou. Ii is situated near a grore and a sliortdbla, cc (lorn the Countv read. Apply to J. 1$. STtVESS. Gorham, July 17. Men’s Gloves At 2t)3 Congress St., aIi -i « , 4 r Morton Block, Charles Ciulii tk C«. decs—d3t B I, /V NKETS OLD PRICES! Only $4.7A Per Pair, I*. M. PkOST’S, DEEMXG BLOCK. i CONCHWSS STltEKT. Nov frl—It! 'r“l Notice to Land Holders, MI!• ii’J; 11 iW V1' Prcpadeti to lake {MM. o™tjAins I.vr bmlduiA eAiier by -roll or liy 1>A\ W »Uk. Can furnish First Class workmen and matonal ot .lUUescfmtiou. lUsidem t, AMERICAS UOOSK. . India Stlcci, Foi l land. August. 17th —i f / / rofSsilr. * > A^teATiuKlCFt doing a good fc^li business, tor sale low. Inquire at 344 CongrriM St. Dec. 6,18G»5. dlw* | »«nr.ip.. i». i ... ■ n , ... STIUWKIU!. FARE REDUCED TO BOSTON. Summer .t'rraiif/rlue)it f Until Inrther notice ilie Steamers “'the Portland steam Pseket Co. will run as follows:— ' Leave Atlantic Wliarf for Boston - , , „ , 'every evening, (except Sundavfat 7 n clock*. Leave Boston the saiu« days at a P M Cabin tare.*UQ •>eck,. i oo 'ItSd rat^s**60 ticke*t" bo bul1 ,lle Agents at ro Preight takenas usual. Mays^ml.igcc_dff L A«»»‘ P0RTLAND AND new Tork STEAMSU,,. t OMPAXr. SKM I-w KJKK LY LINK. wootA and FKANooNlA.^pt, W. JxHihRWOOU, will until T u-: lurtller notice, run a« IoIIowh Unf * wmSsSfrJSSsirB "“"*««** *,.,1 Ihesc vessel* are Htfed up with Une aoeoininotta tions for passengers, funking this the most speedy rw^«r,amb'Lrou*i lur ‘^“iflXeVn* ..' tr aM.hfeW 5Vbla ‘oand.tvm Mon St. Jo,‘n b Bg' B,th’ Augusta, Eastpoit and af?™?101* ara re,'iuested to send their height to the “roX„acarly 883 p’Mon ,be tor freight or pashafeapplv to j Btowa’a Wharf, Portland. J^^Pmr^MUvhr. International Steamship (Jo. Eastport, Calais and Bt. John, FALL ARRANGEMENT. TWO TRIPS PER WEEK, ♦V. . and after Monday. October 1, . Cie steamer NEW BRUNSWICK, f| 1 gapt. E. B. WINCHESTER, and AdeSaJggsgisy the steamer NEW ENGLAND, " " " Capt. E. FIELD, will leave Rall sutc Street, every MONDAY and THURSDAY, at B o’clock P., M., for Eastport and Sr. John. ^WteJ*a $Ma aa*Ea8tpor,' At Eastport the stemncr QUEEN will connect for St. Andrews, Robbinston, Calais and New Bruns wick, Railway to Woodstock and Houlton Stations, and Stage Coaches wiil connect for Machias. 1 »Aa£‘ar»aajai ujju'vs Cliarlottetown, P. E. Island, and PfTtoiT^ N. S,; al so Hnlifav every Tuesday ami Friday evenings, and Halifax^ overy Tuesday and Friday evenings, and tut MtnA; and Thursday mornings. ,’u“vdzht received on dafs ot Balling until 4 o’olock P M. C. C. EATON, sept25—dtt___ Agent. STEAMBOAT NOTICE. WINTER ARRANOKMENT! To Penobscot River twice a Week. The steamer LADY LANG, Capt. A. L. Whitmore, will commence the Winter trips on MONDAY, 'Nov. 19th, Will leave Portland for -Hangar (» as tor as the ice will permit) every Tuesday and Friday evenings at » o'clock. Returning, willleave Bangor every Monday and Thnr day mornings at 6 o’clock, and Winterport at 7 o’clock, touching at Hamislcn, Bueksport, Bel U-L Camden anti Rockland, each way. on Portland, Nov. 17,1S9T. S°M£KBy’ Agent. Internationai Steamship Co. feslp*rt,*t!ahll aldWL Jttliu. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. ONE TRIP PER WEEK. ■> Gn and after Monday, Dccemitcr mw the steamer NEW BRUNS ass® .tSSSraiis s» i:".crDAV RETURNING, will leave St. John every THURS DAY, at 8 o'clock A. M. _ ; At Eastport the Steamer QUEEN will connect tor St. Andrews, Robbinston, Calais and New Brunswick, Railway to Woodstqck and Houlton Stations, ana Stage Coaches wiU connect lbr Machine. .. A* possengore take E. A- N. A. Railway, lor Shedlac, ana from thence for SummcrsiUe ana Charlottetown, P. E. Island, and Pictou, N. S; also at St. John the steamer Empress for Windsor and Halifax, every Tuesday and Friday evenings, and for Digby every Monday and Thursday mornings. - KnSr’Frelght received on days of sailing until 4 o’clk. f C.C. EATON, . dec8-dtf Agent. CHARLES STAPLES & SON, Iron Founders, IS oiler Makers <£* Math inints. rnHE subscribers baring rebuilt their Work Shops, A arc now prepared to take orders (Sr Machinery and iron Work of ail kinds. Iron Store Fronts and Columns for buildings promptly furnished. STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, SAW £ND GRIST MILL WORK AND GEARING made to order. Haying able and experienced pattern makers and new tools of modem design, can supply patterns with promptness and at a moderate cost. Repairs of all kinds of Iron Work attended to with despatch and at reasonable rates. Having a large and well equip Forge, can famish forgings and shapes of all kinds for Steamboats and Locomotive work such as fttmflN, Cra*kw, Pinto* Rods, Car aud r<nginc Axles and Shapes to pattern or draw ings, from lu tons to 100 pounds weight. tv fS^^re«llS0„,S!Slin« Agents for MERRIMAN’S PATENT BOLT CUTTER, the best Machine ever Invimted for the purpose, performing double the amouut of work of any other now in use. FOR SALE, a .'M horse power Locomo tive Roller with new tube sheets and new set ot tubes, in first rate order, and warranted safe with a pressure of 160 pounds to the square inch. A NEW TEN HORSE POWER PORTABLE EN GINE, an excellent Machine, can be seen running at our Foundry. CHARLES STAPLES & SON, Cor. Com. St. and Brown’s Wharf, uovlOe d3m Portland, Maine. Furs, Furs. GRAND OPENING Tuesday, Dec V * lltl*, AX OI K NEW STORE No. !‘i Exchattde St. * V — llud-on Bn, Mu Me, Beaver Bebea, American Sable, Bear Babe*, Brmiar, AuraMa Babe., 8eal» F«x Mkin Babe*, Peraiaanaa, I.ap Babe*, Vllck, Baffaloea, lined, A.tracaa,Grey and Black,Buffaloes, unlined, Squirrel, Blanket*, Biver Sable, Ac., At., Ac, Ac. 4^° %4'ow »«)rleaT Far* for Ladies and Mies es. OurUo#ds*re all now ami w* be sold cheap. Satis'actlon guaranteed. Harris <e- Waterhouse. . «J* W • WATERHOUSE occupies an office decludlw Stockholders* Meeting. rjiTlE Rfockhdlders of the Leeds awd Farmino * ton- Kailkoad Company, are hereby notified to meet at the office of Henry M. Pay son, in Portland, on WEDNESDAY, the nineteenth day of December, 186C, at three of the clock in tho afternoon, to act on ' tho following articles. 1st—To fill a vacancy in the Board of Directors. 2d—To see if the stockholders will rattfV the bar gain made by the Directors with the Androscoggin Railroad Co., tbr running ot said Roadu. 3*1—To.ree if they will reconsider, modify, change, ov oiul i^ 'c fonncr instructions to the Directors t t.4. - . rflng the Stockholders for tho pavment oi tilt lust ami second mortgages. 4th—To transact any other business that may le ^come before the meeting, (the lust three articles 1 on request by Stockholders.) “ By order of the Directors. JOS. ILSLEY, Clerk. Portland, Dec’r 3d, 1866. dec4dtd Employment for Both Sexes. Disabled Soldier., Widows ol'slain soldiers, and tlie unemployed ot both sexes generally, of gomi address, are wanted to canvas* lor an illustrated and elegantly bound book, founded on the late Rebellion. Induce ment.: Quick SRlos, Large Profits, and no risk. Address XOUN M. »AGNAI.I,, No. 9 Clinton Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Dec in—dfcvrlw Notice. AT .Meeting ©I the Relief Committee hidden on XXMonday was voted that all applications fot aid, id ‘rebuilding dwelling houses the coming year, must be made on or before the first Monday of January next. Blank abdications can be had at the Office of the Treasurer orthe Committee at Market Hall. Doc 6—dtoJanl « * >FBABIk naDRB^ PALE PRESERVATIVE l In Bottles, prepareti without Black, expressly tor Ladies' and Gentlemen's Morocco, Kid, Calx and Patent Leatiifr shoes. Br#!, commtmte itself, Sold by WM. D/TRUL & CO., Boot and ShoeDealers, 31s Congress street opposite Mechanics’ Hall, _. _decgdlin qiaxc oml oilier, to Let. IN the B.Uding now helm! erected by the subscriber on Pore Street, near the loot ol Kxcbaagc street, will be ready for ocru|>ancy-Tin. 1st, MCT. dectldHw CHARLES MCCARTHY, Jr. ■■«l • |l 11 ■■ U._,_ l„ KUUtOWiV PORTUNOt ROCHESTER B.R HUMMER arrangement. UJteiiafiJ ^ncpdaft«jr Monday. ApiiJ .11. !*»«. SSK^^VEEtraim will leave as follows: 0 *n «lti\cr lor Portland at •*" ami4*<»:• a p 340 p. M. Leave Purtland «ir sjwo |{, 7 1 a m wuimoJ 019 PM lhe 2 On p. m train oui m.ti the a.m train ta 10 P’orclaml will he freii'hi trains with im/sen^er car' attached 1 o.^^TT^BtgOoconnect at lioihaiu for Weal (, Baldwin, Denmark, Behiigo, Bndgtou Lovell, lllraui, Brownfield, Kryebu.^, Conway, Bartlett, Jackson Liinington, C'oroHh Por* ter Frvedum, Ma4li*>n and Katon N, A „ AJ. UrXW,lt>ntf!rfl,.r WnJt Buxton, Bonny b^.uth Lim.ngton Liminfeton, Limerick, Newi .» 1 aruomyfield and Onsince Atriaecara^pafor ^outh Windham. Windham Hill and north Windham,daily oteam C'ar and Accomodation lrai..>« will run h■ fol* low^Leave (vortium for Portland at*iu»jA n. m..i 200 p. m. Leave Portland lor tiorhawat 1> j5 f and 4 k* M By order of the President. Portland, April 28, fMot—dti PORT t. A Xv, TJ SACO t PORTSMOUTH R H. VVINTEK AKBAXGEM£XT, e«MMCurlu< Meuduy, lYor. I Jih, lM)k. . ktan—. Passenger Trains leave Portland >01 *W#Boston at 8.40 A. M. and 2.20 P. M. pl'MvPBr.9t«n lor Portland at 7.;«| A. M., anc!j2.30 A Mechanic's a d Utoill'a Train will leave Biddelord daily, Sundays excepted, at 6 A. M., ami Saco al 0 I», arriving in Portland at 0.40. Itcturning, will leave PoiUandliir Saco an<l Bid dewrd and inieimediate stalii.ns al 0,;;0 p. JU. A special freight train, wiiU pay eager car attach ed, will leave Portland at 7.10 A. Al. for Saco and Biddelord, and returning, leave Biddelord at 8.30 and Saco at 8 40 A.M. „ . FBANCTS CHASE. Snpl. Poriland, Oct 29, 18fi«. noldtf GRAND TRUNK -AUWM, Ol Cftiuutn. Alteration of Trainw. WINTER ABltANCEMENT. : On and alter Monday, Nov. 12,1»66, trains will ran as follow*:— Train for South Paris and Lewiston, at 7.10 A. M. Mail Train for Watcrville, Bangor, Uorham, 1 land Pond, Montreal and Quebec at 1. 10 P. M. This train connects with Express train for Toron to* ,LV.)il V1'1 Chicago. Sleeping caw attached irom Island Pond to Quebec and Montreal. Train lor South l'aiis at 5.00 P. M. No baggage can be received or chocked alter tha time above stated. Trains will arrive as follows:— From So. Paris, Lewiston and Auburn, at 8.10 a. u From Montreal, Quebec, &c.% - - 1.15 p.m. The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding *50 in value (anil that person al) unless notice is given, and paid for at the rate ol one passenger for every *500 additional value. C. J. Jilt YDUES, Managbtu hinctor. H. HAILE Y, Local Superintendent. Portland, Nov. 2,18GG. dtf PU TiANUThENWEBLC h. H. WINTER ARRANGEMENT, CJuiauieuriMB Moii.luy, Nov. I‘dd>, Igfr,. va -.Mi-.-t Passenger Trains leave Portland tlalh at l.oo 1> M., lor Baih, Augusta, Wat ervilfo, heiuiall’sMilL,Skowh« gau, and intermeil.aio Stations,(connecting at Brunswick with Audrosco* gin It. B., for Lewiston ami Farmington, and Kendall s Mills with Maine Central it U.) for Bangui and intermediate stations. Eares an low by thit cot-i. as any other. Leave Portland lor Bath, Lewiston, Augut-tuand intermediate stations on Saturday only at 7.45 P. M. Mixed Train leaves Portland for Brunswick and In termediate stations daily, except Saturday, at J.Gfi p. M. Freight Trafli, with pass, ngr-v tar attached, will leave Portland for .Skownegan uinl intc medial* sta tions every morning at 7 o’clock. Tiainsfroin Brunswick and Lewiston are due at Poriiaiul at 9.20 A M., and irom Skowhej;an and Fariniiigtoii and ad intermediate station- ut 2.00 P. M. to connect with trains for boston. Stages for Rockland connect at bath; ami i, r Bet t»tat Augusta, IcavliA, daily on arrival ol train from Bos.on, leaving at7.30 A. M.; and ror Solon, Anson Norridi-twock, Athens and Moose Head Lake at Hkowhegau, and for China, East and North Vassal boro’ at Vn salboro’: for Unity at Kendall's Mi!lv, and for Canaan at Pishon’s Ferry. \V* HATCH, Snpariaicuiiculi Augusta, Oct. 27,18ft'. novl2dii MAINE CrNTRAl R. R. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. (-TOiAAla*? 0n anJ Monday,No?*mbei 1Mb. ?iiC?Tf«rScurrcnl, tialns will 1. nve Potlland fur Bangor and all intermediate statu n on Ibis linn, at 1.1b I*. Al. dally. For l.cwlst. n mid Aulmmonlv. t 7.10 A.M. fVFri'ight trams fur Wautvilloimd all IntciTOo dlato stations, leave Ptitland al S.:A M, Triun irom Bangui Is due at t‘ cl md at 1.45 P. HI, ill Hi’anoi. toi otineet with ita.ii l. i lie.inn. From Lewiston and Auburn only,at ts.10 A.M. „ . EGWIN NOlliS, sup. Nov. 1,1866 nofdtl HOTELS. MILLS HOUSE, CHARLESTON,...SO. CAROLINA. THE proprietnv has tin' pleasure to inform the traveling public that the above house la now open for the reception of gueets, having made extensive al terations, improvements, and refurnished If through out., ft is now in capital order, and every exertion will be made to ronder it acceptable to his patrons. nolOcodGm JONFPII PI Rf ELL. UNITED STATES DOTEL, PORTLAND, MAINE. T»Hc subscriber, recently Proprietor of the COM MEi:< TAf. HOUSE, (which was destroyed in the great tire.) begs lo announce to his r>l«l liatrors and the public that he has leased the above hotel and will ot en for Die accommodation of tlic puUh gener ally, on Saturday August 11. Thankful to his old customers lor past patronage, lie would solicit a continuance of the same. TERMS FA VORABLE. augSa-Cm N. .1. DAVIS. na“~L.. I ———■■—-——— IMPORTANT to LUMBERMEN Owners or Hemlock Lands ! ri'HE AMERICAN PATENTED IMPROVEMENT 1 TANNING COMPANY, of New York, o^Th* exelu.ivu right in the United States liir the manufac ture ol an imperishable “EXTRACT” from Hemlock Bark for tanning purpose.. This Bark Extract ia now extensively used among Tanners, nn.l the de mand lor it raphlly increasing. It commands a remit sale in the Boston, New York and Philadelphia mar kets, at sixty cents per gallon. The appliances for manutaetm. are simple ami not expensive, cos tin" but Rule more than the or linary I. aches used byTan ners. By this process, two eorils of Bark may be re duced so as to concentrate the entire strength into lorty gallons of extract, without iu the slightest 4c grec injuring its tanning qualities, and nt a cost not exceeding one dollar per coni. The saving in freight alone, between the tranei.n taUon of the Extract and thotark, will range from six to geld dollars tier cord, so that any one whe may get outbut three hundred cords of bark per year, may save from two thousand to twenty-live hundred dollars in the difference in Height. The Company docs not propose to sell Territorial rights, but will grant exclusive privilege to manufac ture in certain localities, charging a small rovalty per gallon on the amount niannihctured. The Company will send competent men to superin tend the construction of the works, where parties «lc Bire to enter into the business, ami to instruct in the man utiu-t urc of the Extract. Asi a guarantee of success to parties entering iiHa this business, the Company will contract to take all the Extract manufactured under their process at flttv cents per gallon, delivered in Boston or New York. Parties in New England desiring further informa tion as to terms, .Vo., may call ujHin or address Mr. Thom ah W. Johnson, Genera) Agent of tin: Com panyf at the American House in Boston, where mod els of the apparatus mav be seen, nov 13 d3m ‘ 8. II. KENNEDY, Pres’t J. & C J. HARBOUR, Manulacturers and Retailers of Boots, Shoes and Rubbers, NO. 8 EXCHANGE STREET, I’OItTI AMl, HE. Ladies' and Hiun’ Nrrgruoil f'alf Hoot). Men's Fine Calf and Thick Root-. ®°T*% Vnulha* natd Children's Root. anil 9 bars. Rubber Host, miai Mhoes of all kinds. OAK AND HEMLOCK BELTING. LACE LEATHER. iHOLAdNEN IIObi'. ElHfillHK HONK RUBBER BELTINO, RUBBER PACKING. Bnbbrr Clothing, Rubber Hose. JOHN BARBOI'H. 0. J. BARDOUB. E. B. t< VltPOt'R. novSffl dtt Retraction. TT^IIEREAS I heretofore stated in conversation V V that I heard that Mrs. Mary Hamel had stolen a dress or dresses in New I «rk; but I now state that in mv opinion the statement Is utterly tills.—I hat I huow nothing wlwiever against the good character ot Mrs II, hut lielicve it, on the contrary, to lie as good an that of any other lady. her ANNIE X M. MOORE, mark. Witness, Margaret Bell. Nov 20th._declOdlw AMERICAN LliODYS! THE undersigned hereby give notice that ho has been appointed Agent of American Lloyds tor the State of Maine, ami in prepared to inspect vessels of all sixes in course of construction and r» jiort the same for classitication. Ship builder* and owner* would therefore confer a favor by sending me early notice of the vessels they are building for which a class Is desired. WILLIAM ROGERS, Inspector. Bath, Me., Nov. 16, If66. novittllm* S tori' to he Let. STORE No. 206 Fore street, font of Plumb, now oc cupied hy Heald Brut hers, «ill he 8>r rent and oocupaney on or about the lllh Ucccmbcr proximo Apply to.I. R. BRAZIER, 47 Rmckett street or at E. M. PATTEN & CO., Plumh street. nov27tt