Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, December 15, 1866, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated December 15, 1866 Page 4
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Ilr. II <• l.il 1 on I in |»n Mini Hulli'iigi'i Tii.* Congressional Glol* brings us Senator .Morrill's excellent remarks, on e.illiug up the liiil.to regulate the elective franchise iu the District of Oolumbia. The bill as passed con tains no educational requirement, but it will lie observed that Mr. Morrill expressly declares iu favor of intel'igent suffrage. In the course ol the debate lie endeavored to introduce au educational test by amendment, but without success. The question now goes to the U ouse, where we hope for a better res lit. Mr. Mor rill said: The American people favor the right of sul l'vagc for tile male citizen of full age, supposed 11 be based upon the law and usage that at this age lie becomes tree of the tutelage ot family and is free to manage his own allairs, ilieex eeptious to the rule are of persons non compos mentis, persons deemed infamous from treason, lelnny.’or other high crimes, ]iersons supported at the public charge, and ignorant persons, and those of African descent. Lbe rule is iu harmony with the idea of le publican government and Christian civiliza tion. Some of the exceptions are ill-timed, il logical, and unjust. Poverty is in no just sense a disqualifying fact. On the contrary, society may doubtless protect itself by depriv ing those of political power who have proved faithless to it or made war upon it. In a coun try inhere the means of education arc accessible to all or should be, and a knowledge of the Gov ernment important, it cannot be a grievance that the State should impose the rule of intelligent suffrage. The exceptional foot which stands out in flagrant violation of the common rule ol' suffrage is that wliicli denies the right to the citizen of African descent on account ot his race. me iurDuiuuu V* **““v*-—* tiou iu ouiy one of the States was the negro excluded from the exercise of the right ou ac count ol' his race or color. South Carolina excluded the negro; in other States the ex clusion was confined to condition, and the col ored troeuiau was an elector. In most of the Slates the negro is now excluded; in Borne of them he is admitted upon exceptional terms; in others upon terms of impartiality with the w hites. The proposition of the hill is to restore tho American rule of suffrage at the national capital, to place it upon the republican princi ple, to make our legislation conform to the Constitutions, laws, usages, sentiments aud Opinions of the people of the States at the rev olutionary era of the Republic, when univer sal liberty was an aspiration alike of states men and jieople. in the early constitutions of the States this principle was everywhere recognized and en forced. In the State of Pennsylvania the lan guage was this: "All treedmeu have a right to elect officers, aud he elected to office.” ’That of Delaware was; “Every freedmau hath a right of suffrage.” That ol Mary laud: "All l'reed mea shall have a right of suffrage.” New Vork: "Every person who is a freedmau shall be en titled to suffrage;” and so ou to the end of the chapter, with the single exception of South Carolina. The disability which attached to the African slave was because of coudition, and not of race or color, and everywhere the adult lreedman was deemed entitled to the exercise ol elective franchise. The disability of condi tion now has been abolished, in the progress of events, the development of free institutions, the expansion of the principles of popular rights, the abolition of slavery,thy the provi iilenee of God we have become a nation of fre men in fact as in name. The emancipated slave lias become a freeman aud a citizen, belongs to the body of the American people, aud is no longer the subject of exclusion by either state or nation. Sir, the constitutional amendment which emancipated the slave gives Congress the power to make that freedom ofthu slave com plete. In the spirit of that provision, Congress at its last session enacted thot every person born in the United States is a citizen thereof, and entitled to protection through his civil rights. It remains now to recognize that polit ical equality which is the common right of the American citizen. Sir, we exalt the emancipation proclamation iu the scale of state papers to a place second only to that of the great American Declaration of independence. To its omnipotent spirit we require obedience and submission. We areas sured that the grandeur of its conceptions, its heroism, and elevated patriotism corner immor tal renown on him whose name is most inti mately associated with it;and still, sir, we hes itate to accept the logic of its results. We do not some of us see iiow it is possible to break down the partition walls of prejudice which spring from the relations of master and slave without disrupting society and introducing vi olence and anarchy. We do not understand how a nation can be just to all its people on principle and expect the support of"the virtu ous ruling classes,” aud we do not see how we can survive without them. We have made the i negro slave an American citizen, and we seem to start back from contact wRli him as if his touch were moral add political pollution. We have freed him and we are perplexed to know how to define him, whether a lreedman, tree man, citizen, alien, or denizen. By some of us the rights incident to American citizen ship are utterly denied as the result of emanci pation. So long held aud treated as a slave, a chattel, it is difficult to realize that he is a man. entitled to the recognition due from man to man. We are slow to confess this country his as well as ours, although native-born, and speak of deportation as if the commerce and navies of the world uniting in our folly and crime could accomplish it. We are still iu our sins as to the gospel of one blood tor all human ity and a common brotherhood, and cherish still the fatal delusion of antagonism of races. A statement of a plain proposition or two should dissipate our alarm and settle al) these questions. The negro is a man now and here after in American laws, politics, society, and to be treated as such, tie is a citizen, and enti tled to the common rights'of citizenship and to protection. We may as well comprehend the question of tha negro He will remain here an inhabitant of this country, onr country, his country, aud that not at our option, but by force of laws over which we have no control.— Political history discloses no folly comparable with the attempt to rid r nation by force and violence o( a numerous race of people indige nous to it, as it records no usurpation or royal crime at all equal to it. The negro can not depart if he would. He is to he a constant element of American life, civil, political, in dustrial. He constitutes one-eighth of our population now, and in the future his propor tion will not probably be much less. The race numbers tour millions at tho present and will soon be thirty millions—too many to be immolated, if it were possible, upon the al tar ot our pride and ouv prejudice. The bond of our national unity is not expressed by epi thets “rights ot States,” “State sovereignty,” "community rights:” the fruits of such are in surrection, rebellion, civil war; but in unity of faith in human rights, unity of spirit and pur pose for the development and protection of individual rights. In sueh unity there is com pleteness and power; it links with the moral and social forces of the universe and possesses tho attributes of a boundless energy All at tempts in this country to keep alive the old idea of orders of men, distinctions of class, no ble and ignoble, superior and inferior, are so many efforts at insurrection and anarchy. in a nation of professed freemen whose po litical axioms are those of universal liberty and human rights, no public tranquility is pos sible while these rights are denied to portions of the America!! people. We have taken into the liosom of the Republic the diverse ele ments of tho nationalities of Europe, and are attempting to mould them into national har mony and unity, and are still iuvitiug other millions to come to us. Let us not despairthat the same mighty energies and regenerating forces will he able to assign a docue and not untractable race its appropriate place in our system. THE MARKETS. TEREGRAPHlC REPORTS. Horton Hoot and Shoe Market. Boston, Dec. 13. Tlie wholesale boot and shoe trade are pushing through the dull season, aml| the demand is limited to Bmali parcels for actual sales, and but few orders are coining to hand. Prices, considering the quiet state of trade, are very well sustained, but quotations on goods which it is desirable to close off before the new year, would be quite nominal and would not in dicate those of the next season. For goods now on hand the prices favor the buyer. There is some move ment preparing among the manufacturers for the spring trade, but they do not teel anxious to contract tor goods at much lower rates than what has ruled for the last season, and as yet but few advance orders have been given. Styles for the spring trade do not Indicate any decided change from the present leading kmds. For ladies and children’s boots the Balmoral polish and Saratoga cut lace and button arc the lead ing modes, for men’s wear, glove ton Gnmn-fM French Oxford lie Balmoral and louaviTtie are*mted us ameng t he favorite outs at present tor i£ta£t£d£ [bhoe and Leather Reporter.] v 8 Financial. New York, Dec n The Money market is a little more active in' some qusrteis to day, and the bears made great efforts to create a stringency, but were not successful. There were some extravagant rumors afloat about the Gov ernment calling on the Nation;! Banks which were without any foundation in truth. The Treasury Dc wj” commeuce to disburse to-morrow $8, 500,000 as interest on the 7->10 notes, and lias no ob i®®* “ making money tight/ Call loans were done at 6 ,1,rime disoouuls at G* (w 7 per cent. The GoM market closed steady at l.^. Xhere was a firmer foehng in the Foreign Exchange market, witli increased business. Prime banker’s sterfinJ »*< 1095 «>r sixty Jay» bills, r,,?I H0! ("r sl nn slKht. f rancs are quoted at 617} 613} for lone and 51d| <g! 612} f.r short. UovernmVnt slcuriSSf’c™ tinue depressed, and the closing prices ware lower to day. The Stock market is generally lower at the last open board, hut after the session there wo8 a firmer tone and rally from the lowest point of the board — The bears have hammered the market- throughout tlie das, but the tendency is evidently towards a higher range of prices. Business in North Western shares lias been very heavy, csiieciaUy in preferred, and fluc tuations wide and frequent. There wns more activity and animation in the mining shares this afternoon 13?" f°J b01Ue time I,a8t* Go'(I at 4 o’clock P. M. was New York Market. Ba?c8,tl"6u7l»L8"'iMe?Tlv 0>eYSner’pooTuets; at a5Jc. Middling uplands al 34c, Orleaiu 10 25 '«J 12 ail; WeMern at’7 no -. n-a.',1/0 ',0 at sales at 10 70 £ 16 00. al 7 00 <& 1* 00; Somltern Wheat—more active and 3 ® 6c hichcr- i»i.. ca -hash. Milwaukee No. 2 at 220®Tai ’\Vd!ft3, ? Western 2 HO. Mixed State 3 Ote “ White SlILSte 335. White Canada 2 80* '“te 1 al.lorma Corn—opened heavy and closed firmer; sales67 ana bush. Mixed Western at 111 @ li2. WMte souT ern. old, at 1 07 @ 1 68. ““ SoutL' t lain—arc in lair request without duiUid chauge in price. Beet—lowon. Pork—firmer. Lard—-steady. Butter—steady. Whiskey—-dull and unsettled. Hire—dull. Sugar—steady. Coffee—-dull. Molasses—dull. Oil*—dull. Naval Store*—firmer; Spirits Turpentine at 69 a} 70c. Hbsin dull rt. 3 87 J @ 10 00. Provisions—quiet. Tallow— iuiet. Freights to LiAerpool—dull and drooping. Chicago Markets. CHICAGO, Ht 2 05 @ 2 ofNo. 2 Spring opened at 182, and closed at 1 84*. Corn in moderate .lenrnrid, 1So 1 opemng at 80, and closing at Me; sato 1ST,OOP bush. Oats s'tloM in into i,null .it 40jc f<*r No. 1. Barle> firm at 5 Kvefirmer; sales 6,400 lmsh. at 85 <§ 86c. Pro lisimiK Active but less excited; Mess pork sales at iu r.ii CUaii; <iejir 21 00. |Lml. choice Bteamll&jc; ket tie lie. Dressed hogs firm at 7 50 7 75; live hogs at 6 65, Cattle—receipts since the 1st of denuary 468, 212 head, against 355,020 the corresj»onding i»eriop last year: sales to-day 694 head, ranging from 3 50 to 5 75. C'ineiunatl Markets. Cincinnati, Dec. 14. Flour quiet; sales superfine at 10 25 (g 10 50.: and spring extra at 12 50 (a# 13500, Whiskey dull and heavy at 2 27. Colton feeble; sales M i (idling at 31 jc, Mess porkjjuie; sales at 20 0t». Hogs receipts 5,732 sales at 7 25 ^ 7 50 for dressed. LardMull at 121c.— Gold 1363. Nashville Cotton Market. Nashville, Dec. 14. Colton—opened firm and closed dull at 29c, tax paid. Receipts for the week 3,167 bales. Shipments 3,187 bales. Sales 2,699 bales. About 2,700 bales have ar rived to date. Nl. Louis Market. St. Louis, Mo., Dec. 14. Eluiir better and more active with prices unchang ed. Wheat , steady; sales of No. 2 fall at 2 55; and 2 00 @ 2 05 for spring. Corn dull and heavy; sales of new yeliow at 92; glxed white atl 94; new white at 94c. Oats steady; sales at 74 @ 75c. Rpe nothing doing. Hay at 18 50. Cotton-sales at 30c. Whiskey sales at 2 23. Mess Pork sales at 20 50. Lard at 12c. Hogs receipts 5,000 head; sales at C 25 @ 6 75. Menphi* fetteu Market. Memphis, Tenn., Dee. 14. Cotton—the market is tirm; Ordinary 27c: good or «linary29c; low middling 30c; middling 32c; strict middling 33c; good middling 35c. Augusla fettea Market. Augusta, Ga., Dec. 14. Cotton—dull and declined Jc. sales of Middling at 190S Charleston Market. Charleston, S. O., Dec. 14. Colton—the market is dull and }c lower! sales 55o bales JMiddlin Uplands at 32c. Narauunh Market*. Savannah, Ga., Dec. 14. Cotton quiet and declined }c; sales of Middling Up lands at 31}c. Mobile Markets. Mobile 14. Cotton—Sales of the week ll,000_bales. Receipts of the week 12,719 bales. Exports of the week 6,292 bales. Stock in port 67,380 bales. Siock unsold 43, 000 hales. Sales to-day 11,000 bales; Middling Up lands at 30 @31c, the market closing eusier. New Orleans Markets. New Orleans, Dec. 14. ^Cotton—The sales of the week were 40,000 bales, against 22,560 bales last week; receipts of the week 34,979 bales, against 26,299 bales last week; exports of tlie week 25,408 bales, of which 8,528 went coastwise, and 16,880 to foreign ports, stock in port 200,482 bales. Commercial—Per Cable. Liverpool, Dec. 13, Evening. The Colton market to-day was quiet and steady and closod tirm at 14$d lor Middling uplands. Sales 10, 000 bales. London, Dec. 13* Evening. Cons >ls for money closed this evening at 88}. American Securities.—The following are the quotations for American Securities: Erie Railroad shares 47$. Illinois Central Railroad Shares 77}. Unit ed States G-20’s, 1862, coupons, 71. London, Dec. 14. A telegram from Frankfort this morning, states that there is rather move steadiness in American bonds, with sales at 75$. Liverpool, Dec. 14. The market for Petroleum is steady at Is 6d for Pennsylvania reiined. On the Continent the quota tions have varied but littlo during the week. New York Block Market. New York, Dec. 14. Second Board—Stocks; the market is heavy and lower, Aiuencau Gold.137} U. S. Coupon Sixos, 1881, coupons.Ill* U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1862.107} U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1864,.10fi3 U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1866,.106} U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1865, new issue-108$ U. S. Ten-Forties, coupons,. 99| Treasury Seven Three-Tenths, 1st series,. 105 Treasury Seven Three-Tenths, 2d series,.104* Treasury Seven Three-Tenths, 3d series,.104* Boston Water Power Company,. 28* Cumberland Coal Company.65$ Western Union Telegraph,.49$ New-York Central,.110$ Erie,...,.. 71i Reading.1094 Michigan Central,.. —111} Michigan Southern,.81} Cleveland & Pittsburg,. 904 Cleveland & Toledo.113} I Chicago & Rock Islnnd,.103} Chicago & North Western,. 54 Boston Stock Lid. Sales at the Brokers’ Board, Deo 14. American Gold. 1374 United States Coupons, Nov. 1361 United States Coupon Sixes, 1881. U,2§ United States 7 3-lfttba, lsl series. 105$ “ 2d series. 1*5 “ 3d Series. 105} “ small. 104* United States 5-20*, 1864. 106* “ 1865. 1051 “ July, lbCo. 108} U nited States Ten-lorties. 99. Eastern Railroad. 110} Rutland 1st Mortgage Bonds. 122 MARRIED. At Ferry Village, Cape Elizabeth, Dec. 13, Charles S. C. Orr and M ss Lizzie M. Henley. Also, Dec. 8^ T Hamilton and Miss S. Hamilton, all of Cape Eliza* belh. In Brunswick, Nov. 27, by Rev. Dr. Adams. H. A. Randall, Associate Principal of Franklin School, at Topsham, and Mix. Mary F. Silsbee daughter oi Adam Lemont, Esq., of B. In Norway, Nov. 26, Jox. H. Clark, ©t Westbrook, and E Ellen Mixer, oi N. In Kumford.Nov. 28, Wi liam R. Harper and Ellen M. Abbott. In Gilead. Sept. 1, William Walker, of <*., and Miss Eunice L. Wheeler, oi Harrison. In Bucktield, Dec. 6, Daniel Spinney, ot Edding ton, and Mrs. Jane D. Chick, ol Buckfield. In Rumford, Sept. 15. M.F. Knight and Miss Iiutli 1'. Graham. _DIEIX In this city, Dec. 13, Mr. Moses M. Haskell, aged 59 years 11 mouths. [Funeral on Sunday alternoon, at 1 o'clock, from Chestnut Street Church. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.l In this city, Dec. 14, Mrs. Jannett, wife ol Edmond C. Merrill, and daughter of WUli&ni and Catharine Thurston, aged 42 years. [Funeral on Sunday afternoon, at 1 o'clock, from her late residence, No. 36 Salem street. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. In this «ity, Dec. 14, Mrs. Mary E., wile ol Albert C. Tiundy, ag d 34 years—daughter of John Hobbs, ol* H allowed. In this city, Dec. 13, Richard Kelley, aged 25 years In Topahaoi, Nov. 29, Mr. William brown, aged 69 years 7 months. In Boston, Dec. 9, Mrs. Ann E. C. Cummings, oi Portland, wile of Perley D. Cummings, and daughter of the late Edward Bugbee, of Boston, aged 45 years. In Freeport, Nov. 30, Mr. William Lunt, aged 88 years 8 months. In Norway, Doc. 5, Miss Mary Foster, aged 25 yw. In Norway, Nov. 27, Mr. David Brown, aged 65 years. IMPORTS. CHEVEUIE, NS. Sch Columbine—ICO tons p'aa- 1 ter, ordar. Sob British Queen—too ions d > do. DKPARHIRk OP OCKAJf sTKAMKKs NAME PROM FOR DATE. Moro Castle.New York. .Havana.Dec 18 America...New York.. Bremen.Dec 15 CUy ol Paris.Hew York. Liverpool..!. .Dec ID Asia.Boston.Liv. rpool.Dec IS Eagle.New York. .Havana.Dec 20 Rising Star.•...New York. California... .Dec 21 City oi New York-New York. .Liverpool.Dee 22 Virginia.New York. .Liverpool.Dec 22 Arago..New York. .Havre.Dec 22 Bavaria.New York. .Hamburg.Dec 22 Quilling Star.New Pork. .Rio Janeiro- .Dec 22 Cuba. Boston.Liverpool.Dec 26 Miniature Almanac.December 15. sun uses. 7.22 Sun set.-.4.29 Moan sets. AM High water.5.20 FM MARINE NEWS PORT OF PORTLAND. Friday. Dm-m |»er 14. ARRIVED. 822“'SS* Sherwood. New York. rfaK™t£nfo?B£toTriCk- Winc,M!8ter- S‘ •,0,‘n fas, rMJZ!Isaac W-ddXroTree.feSST'0,5 t<,a31 8 M ***»' HiigCatimine, (Brj Leblane, Boston, to load lor li tlitax, Ais, Sell British Quern, (Br) Smith, Clieveile isS Sch Ellen Merriman, Hamilton. Calais tor Boston put in lor repairs, having been ashore at Deer Island Passage on Monday and come off leaking badly. Sch A Hooper, Hutchins, Steuben. Sell Emily, Grant, Ellsworth. £rka*s*s, Thorndike, Rockland. 22! £*poleon, Roberts, Wiscasset. sui wm g Eadie, Pierce, Southport. CLEARED. chiu* Co*"ieMilter' Andorson, Malanzas—£ Chur Joto‘p^rtl™“»'; H°me’,nr) UatBp1"- S‘ •»«*”, NB Soli Ann Parker, Berry, New York—C W Pierce. The new barque Wm Brown, now Irinn __ wharf, was built by Mr Joseph Clark at and is intended lor the Cuba business’. 510 tons, is built of white oak, rates At th^cven years, and is owned by parties io Waldoboro and aoniou. j DOMESTIC PORTS. FBANCISCO—At 12th tost, ship Beynard, Callahan, New York. ’ t GALVESTON—Ar 30th, barque Alice Starrett, Hooper. Bangor. NEW ORLEANS—Ar 12th in-t, brigs Sarah re fers, Lord, New York; Obimborazoo, Hatch, from Rockport Me. , , Sid 12th, ships Wetterborn, and Aberdeen, lor NORFOLK— Ar 0th. ck BS Young, Hatch, from Boston BALTIMORE—Ar 12th, brig Mountain Eagle, Uoui NevasM. E1Ja Willey, New York. Below, ship Atlantic, Smalley, from Callao. Cld 13th. brig J B Drown, Bain, Boston. off the Capes ol Virginia 12th, ship Crescent City, iroin Baltimore lor Accapulco; barque David Nichols from do tor Savannah. PHILADELPHIA—Ar I2tli, sch E C Ku'ght,Tay lor, Providence. Cld 12th, sells Addie Rverson,Houghton, Portland; E C Knight, Taylor, Boston. NEW YORK—Ar 13th, ship Witch ol the Wave, McDonald, Callao; brigs Nellie Ware, Ware Man sanilla; Dclmout Locke, Cochrane, Poughkeepsie for Boston. Ar 13th, brig Monica, Mitchell, Bangor; sch Ada Ames, Marston, Jamaica. Cld 13th, barque Eagle, Patten.Cette; Aunie Kim ball, Lincoln, New Orleaus; sch J G Craig, Craig, St Kitts. NEWPORT—In port 13th, brigs Angelin, Leigh ton, Millbriage tor New York; Trindelen, Howes, Providence for Wilmington; sch Hannibal, Cox, fin Boston lor Philadelphia; P Seavey, Gullifer, Bangor for New York; Gen Banks, Ryder, do tor do, Moses Patten, Harding; Vicksburg, McCormick; Walton, Ingraham; Mattie Holmes, Tapley, and W «f Parks, Bogart, do tor do; Andrew Peters, Moore, Ellsworth lor do; Franconia, 1'rewojgv, do lor do; Hattie An nali. Lord, fin Bangor tor Bridgeport ; Susan Taylor, Lord, do lor do; Samuel Fish, Davis. t alais tor do; Win McCobb, Chipman, Rockland ibr do. A part of the above were getting under way. HOLMES HOLE—In port 13th, brig MET liornp son, Warren, Philadelphia tor Boston; schs Madonna, Homer, Bangor tor Philadelphia; Azclda & Lama, Mclndoe, Bangor for Baltimore; Camilla, Oliphant, Eaatport tor New York: Mary Fletcher, Pendleton, Boston for do; Bramhall, Hamilton,Portland tor do; Jas Bropliy, Packard, fin Rockland for Providence; Challenge, Bickmore, Calais tor New Haven; E G Willard, Parsons. Irom Portland tor Philadelphia; Chiloe, Hutchinson, do for do; Rosina, Richardson, and St Croix, McGregor, Calais fordo; Tahmiro, Cole, Frankfoi t fjr do; John, Falkinliani.Jonesport for do. liOblON—Ar 1.3th, barque Andes. Dalliug. Savan nah; sells Helen, Carroll, Baltimore; E Arcidarius, Jackson, and Horteusia, Spiller, do: C P Stickney, Matthews; 1 C Hertz, Gray, Roudout; Alligator, Collins, Calais ; Ma;ne, Brown, Machias ; Billow, Wass, Addison; Joseph P Ames, Turner, and Ocean Wave, Lansil, Bangor: Ceylou, Beverage, and Grey Hound, Dyor, North Haven. Ax 14th, bng Edwin, Allen, Calais; schs Elizabeth, Walls, Calais; Carroll, Grant, Machias; Hcpzibah, Lunt, and Julia Ann, Philbrook, Bangor; Princess, Hopkins, Bucksport . Boston Light, Boardnmn, from Camden; Mazurka, Kimball, Bellas! ; Franklin Treat, Clark, Frankfort. Cld 14tb, brig P M Tinker, Bernard, Wilmington, NC; Proleous, Mahoney, Machias, to load lor Cuba; sch Czar, llammoud, New Orleans. NEWBURYPORT—Ar 12th, sch John U Dennis Thui low, Portland. fOafilGN PORTS. At Melbourne Oct 8, ship Keargarge, Stevens, tor Calcutta 201 h. At Mansanilla 23d nit, brig T J Maguire, tor New York, Idg. Ar at Barbadoes 21st ult, barque Tejuca, Herri ii.an, Boston. Sid 18th ult, brigs Milwaukee, Brown, lor Port Spain; 22d, Valencia, Smith, St Jago; 2.3d, Eastern Star, Foster, New York. At Gonaives 29tli ult, brig Mary E Ladd, for Bos ton 4 days. Ar at Mansanilla 22d ult, brig J W Drirko, Eaton, Cienfuegos. Cld ai Havana 7th inst brig Mary Cobb, Duncan, New York. Sid 3d, brigs Lorana, Hopkins, for Pensacola; Gen Marshall. Elds. Mantau (Cuba) to load copper ore tot a port North or Hatteras. Sid frn Matauzas 3d inst, barque C S Rogers, Bal lard. for Sagua; 5th, L T Stocker, Bibber, (or New York. (Per steamer Cuba, at New York.] Sid frn Liverpool 29th ult, Montana, Harrison, for Cienfuegos. Cld 29th, Northampton, Morse, Savannah. Arat London 1st in t, Magnet, Keating, from Maximal-). Sid ftn Newport 29th, Progress, Woodward, for New York. At Sourabaya Oct 9, Addison, Sloan, lor Amster dam. Ar at Trieste 26th ult, May Stetson, Pendleton, New York. Ar at Port Mahon 17th ult, Guardian, Pearson, Callao. • * Sid fm Cadiz 24th ult, Annie E Sherwood, Lecraw, for Vigo. Sid tin Brouwerabaven 20th ult, Continent, Maxey, Newcastle, E; A dee Thorndike, Carver, England. Sid ftn Helvoet 29th uli, Enoch Talbot, Merriman, Cardiff. Cld at Rotterdam 27th ult, Amij, Morse, Cardiff*. Ar at Bueuos Ayres Oct 22, While Wing, Ross, fin NewYoik; 23d, “John Butler,” Knowles, Mobile; 25th, Colorado, Thomas, Glasgow. Sid Sept 28, Si rra Nevada, Dickey, West Coast; Oct. I, Enoch Benner, Benner, do. In port Oct 261 h, Evely n, Jenkins, and Hosea Rich, for New York; Falcon, Taylor, and Talavcra, Carv er, for Boston; and others. Ar at Montevideo Oct 23, Silvery Wave, Jarvis, Machias. Ar at Rio Janeiro Oct 31, Star ol the Union, Reed, Honolulu; Nov 4, Freeman Clark, Small, Liverpool. Also ar Oct 3ist, Ocean Eagle, WUoronb, Baltimore tor San Francisco, (badly damaged and with three teet of water in her hold, having had heavy weather from the 17th to 20th of Oct. FOREIGN1 PORTS* Nov 7, lat 2 N, Ion 26 W, ship Lizzie Southard, fin Cardiff to “Aden. Dec 11, East or Sandy Hook, 238 mi es, brig David Owens, from Ells worth for Cardenas. Afaude Magnolia.—The prettiest thing, tho “sweetest thing,” and the most of it for the least money. It overcomes the odor of perspiration; soft ens and adds delicacy to the skin; is a delightful iter fume; allays headache and inti amotion, and is a nec essary companion in the sick room, in the nursery and npon the toilet sideboard. It can be obtained everywhere at one dollar per bottle. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. S. T.—1860.—X.—The amount of Plantation Bit ters sold in one year is something startling. They would fill Broadway six feet high from the Park te 4th street. Drake's manufactory is one of the instir tutions in New York. It is said that Drake painted all the rocks in the Eastern States with his cabalistic “S. T.—i860—X.,*’ and then got the old granny legis lators to pass a law “preventing disfiguring the lace of nature,” which gave him a monopoly. Wo 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 are very invigorating whan languid and week, and a great appetizer.” Sarato a pring Water, sold by all Druggists. “In lifting the kettle from the fire I scalded myseU very severely—one hand 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 scar. Ohas. Foster, 420 Broad street, Philadelphia.” This is merely a sample of what the Mustang Lini ment will do. it is invaluabe in all cases of wounds, swellings, sprains, cuts, bruiscB, spavins, etc., either upon man or beast. Beware of counterfeits. None is genuine unless wrapped in the steel-plate engravings, bearing the signature of O. W. Westbrook, Chemist, and the pri vate stamp of Demis Barnes & Co, New York. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. All who value a valuable bead of hair, and its pres ervation from premature baldness and turning grey, will not fail to use Lyon’s celebrated Katharion. It makes the hair rich, soft and glossy, eradicates dand ruff, and causes the hair to grow Svith luxuriant beauty. I t is sold every where. E. Thomas Lyon, Chemist, N. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by allDruggists. • W hat Did It? A young lady returning to her country homo alter a sojourn of a lew months in New York, \vas hardly recognized by her friends. In place of a rustic Hushed lace, she had a soil ruby complet ion of almost marble smoothness, and instead of 23, 9he really appeared but 17. She told them plainly she used Aagan*» Magnolia B^m, and would But be without it. Aliy lady can improve her appearance very much by using this article. It can be ordered of any druggist for 59 cents Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. Heim street’a inimitable Hair Coloring lias been Bleat lily growing in favor ibr over twenty years. It acts upon the absorbents at the roots of the hair, and changes to its original color by degrees. Ail instan taneous dyes deaden and injure the hair. Heim Btrocta in not a dye but is certiin in its results, pro motes its growth, and is a beautiful Hair Dressing, Price 50 cents and $1.00. Sold by aH dealers. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. Lyon's Extract of Pure Jamaica Girder— flu* Indigestion, Nausea, Heartburn, sick Headache, Cholera Morbus, &t\, where a wanning, genial' stim ulant is required. Its careful preparation and entire purity makes it a clieap and reliable article tor culi nary purposes. Sold everywhere at 50 cents per bot tle. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. n June 14, ’GO—eod&wly Marrett, Poor & Co., Having taken the Chambers 311 CONGRESS STREET, ADJOINING MECHANICS’ HA LL, Are now prepared to otter I heir friends and the pub lic a large and well asorled stock of CARPETeOS S Paper Hangings CURTAIN GOODS, Ac., Purchasers of the above goods arc respectfully invi ted to examine our stock which is New, Clean and Desirable. JyCOdtf The Portland Glass Company Are prepared to famish Rich Cut Dinner and Tea Sets! An*l ail kinds of Gut Ware suitable for the HOI.I also GAS SHADES of various patterns.— Samples may be seen at their Manufactory, nolfdlm Employment for Both Sexes. Disabled Soldiers, Widows of slain soldiers, and the unemployed ol both sexes generally, of good address, are wanted to canvass for an illustrated and elegantly bound book, founded On the late Rebellion. Induce ments: Quick Sales, Large Profits, and no risk. Address JOHN 31. UACNAI.I,, No. 9 Clinton Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Dec 10—d&wlw WANTED. AVanted. A Situation in a Wholesale Store, cither as Clerk or Porter. Good references given. Address “Clerk,” Post Office. dec 13 dlw* T^UIPiiOWiJIENT wanted t>y a married man^n HJ a store or private family, is a good writer and cipherer and has done family work lor several years past in this city. Please address through Post office, naming placaoi residence to Martin Kaveny, No, 25 Chestnut Street. Good reference given H required. Portland. Dec. 12, 1*G6. dlw* Wanted. AN experienced Salesman in a Clothing Store. Address Box No 15. declldtw* Flour Barrels Wanted. 1F1S will pay 30 cents each for lirst class Flour T ▼ Barrels suitable for sugar. LYNCH, BARKER & CO., JiGLvl.iiff 130 Commercial st reet. Wanted Immediately. -4 / A/A Good American, Nova Scotia and Irish. A UU Girls to do hpu.sework, cook, $-c., in pxi vate families and hotels in this citv and country. Situations sure. The best wages paid. Also 50 Girls to work in Factories. Farmers and others wanting men for any work will do well to call on us, as we wilt supply them free of charge. Address or apply at the (ieneral Agency Employment Office, 3511 Congress Street, up stairs. COX & POWARS. sept26dll late WHITNEY A CO. LOST AND FOUND, Lost! ON Thurstlay Evening, Dec. 6, between Free St. Vestry and Stevens’ Place, Park Street, a Gold Bracelet, marked €'• Nicven*. The finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving it at the resi dence of DaAid Stevens, Park Street, dec 11 dlAv* AVatcli Lost! ^TOliEN from the subscriber on the 1st inst., an O English Patent Levy Silver Watch, No 1966,with the name of D. RICHER on the inside, marked with a pin. Persons are cautioned against purchasing said watch. dclldlw* LOST! A LARGE sized Morocco Wallet, containing two Railroad passes and a number of papers of no use to any person but the owner. Any person return ing the same to this office, or C. R. Chisholm & Bro., 307 Congress Street, will be suitably rewarded. December 11. dtf LOST! BETWEEN Boyd and Braekett stre ets, Thursday, the Gth inst., a BUNDLE, containing a gentle man’s wroolen shirt, a lot of linen towels, and other articles of clothing. The finder will be suitably re warded by leaving it at No. 6 Boyd street. declOdlw BOARD AND ROOMS. Lodging Rooms. fPWO good tarnished Lodging Rooms may be j A had by applying to W. II. JERR13, Real Es tate Agent. Reference g.veu and required, dec 12 dlw Board. A PLEASANT Room, wfthtx aid, b’litubi i i gentleman and wile, or two fiugii* gonumnoix, No 56 Clark street. nottidtf i- r Tr-“ --- —- — ■-1 heal For Sale aud Lease. THE three storied brick block, 23 and 25 Atlantic street. Also the good two storied House No. 35 St. Law rence street. Also the two upper stories of store corner Fore streets and Portland Pier. Terms favorable. A pply to W. H. JERRIS, decl3dlw Real Estate Agent. House and Lot for Mule. A TWO STORY and a one story House on Brackett street, near Pine. Lot 57 by 127 leet. JBULaIso a Lot on Cross street, 60 by 106 feet.— Terms favorable. Apply to W. H. JERRIS, Real Estate Agent. dec8d2w First Class Houses tor Sale. WE offer tor sale the eight hist class brick houses, recently built by us, situated on Pine Street, between Clark and Carleton Streets. These houses are thoroughly built, with elate roofs, brick drams, ami marble manic! ieoes t! r 'nc^ont.— They will bo sold at a low price, ... , -.ru ble terms. Apply at our office, No. ouni,< .h St. J. B. Bliuw 6u SUNS, or tS’M. H. JERRIS, Real Estate Agent, opposite the Preble House. October 16, 1866. dtf House Lots on India St., for Sale* TT^NQUIRE of CONANT & RAND, id 153 Commercial Street, or on 11. M. PAYBON, Portland, Nov. 21. dtf Fycb'iWe Street. For Sale. AVERY desirable and convenient 1$ story house, with barn, wood shed and carriage house, all in good ordef, with seven acres ot land, only one mile outside of city, upon which there are 300 choice fruit trees, consisting of apple, pear, plumb and cherry; also an abundance of currants, gooseberry, strawber ry, &c., with very best ot water, large brick cistern and furnace in the cellar; a splendid garden and in a first rate neighborhood, and in every way a desira ble property. Immediate possession given. Prioe only $6000. HANNON A DOW, Real Estate Agents, No. 315 Congress Street. dec3—dim < House for Sale, No 32 Myrtle Street. En ;| quire at No. 8 Central Wharf. IL July 12—dti Valuable Hotel Property for sale. I r»HE Oxford House, pleasantly situated in the vil I lage oi Frye burg, Oxford county, Maine, is ot tered tor sale ar a bargain, it applied tor soon. The House is large, in good repair, with iumiturc and fixtures throughout, together with all necessary outbuildings. For full particulars inquire ol HORATIO BOOTH BY, * j*i - Proprietor. OjttIaiitt&*& Dow, 345 Congress st. Fryeburg, Sepi. 2b, 1866. dtf Form for Sale. X WILL sell my farm near Alien’s Corner West brook, about three miles from Portlund,.onc mile from hoi sc cars, aud Westbrook Seminary. Said farm contains about 100 acres, part of it very valuable for tillage, and part oi it for building lots. There is a good house,-two large bams, and out hous es ou the premises, it will be sold together, or iu lots to suit purchasers CYRUS THURLOW, sepll-dtf 106 Commercial St. Desirable Store Lots FOR SALE, ON COiTHTlli! RCIAL STREJET. rpHE subscribers offer for sale the lot of land on X the southerly side ot Commercial Street, head ot Dana’s Wharf, measuring 72 by 150 feet. Tor fur ther particulars inquire JONAS H. PERLEY, OctXS tf__ or W. S. DANA. Lot for Sale. ONE oi the best building lots in the city, situated on the north side ot Deering Street adjoining the residence of Gen. J. D. Fesseuden. This lot is sixty two feet front on Deering Street, extends back one hundred feet, and is bounded on the east side by a street titty feet in width, making it a corner lot and very desirable. S. B. HEKSEY, No. 4 Galt Block, Com. Street. Oct 17 dtt Valuable Real Estate ou Elm St. FOB SALF. A POKHON or the “PAY” Estate ou Eli# Street, comprising ower itsOOu tect oi land, togeilicr with Brick Housoh, Stahlo &c. This property is lo catixnm Elm and Cumberland streets all susceptible ol‘ improvement, and lias a ironl ou Elm street otYss? tcet. The above property is offered ibr sale either in por tions or collectively, on liberal terms. Apply to augiio—tl _ JOHN C. EKOCTOn. For Lease. THE valuable lot of land corner ot Middle and Plumb Streets, for a term of years. Enquire of C. C. MlTCHliLL A' SON, Aug. 28, ljTC-dtt 1.8 Foro Street. FARM f«r Male. The subscriber offers his tarm for sale or will exchange jor city property. It is a first rate farm oi 110 acres, with a two story

House, in good lepairand a new Barn with cellar, 40i0j0. There is a never Jailing supply ol good water ami wood lot. Said larin is situated on the road from Sacearappa to Dor ham Corner, about one mile from the latter place. For further particulars aui.lv tQ DOW & JOHNSON, Moulton street, or J. H. Cook, on the premwes. jy/7-eodtf NT O'i'ICE is hereby given, that the subscriber has i-X been duly appointed Executor of the Will of Daniel Hood, late of forthuuL in the County of Cumberland, deceased, anil lias tak en upon himself tliat trust by giving bonds as the law ilifects. All persons having demands upon the estate of said deceased, are required to exhibit the same; and all persons indebted to said estate are call ed upon to make payment to SEW ALL B. HASKELL, Execute. Portland Doc. 4, 18*;. u,* llduwaw 51 Notice. AT a meeting of the Belipt llommitt. e hoiden on Monday last, it was voted that all applications for aid, in lebuiidiug dwelling houses the coming year, (Bust be made on or bctbre tlie first Monday of January next. Blank applications can he had at the Office oftho Treasurer oi the Committee at Market Hall Dec 6—iltoJanl Goods for Nale J And Store to Let! A SMALL Stock of Groceries, and fixtures of the store on the Corner of Wilmot and Cumberland Mia. tine of the best locations in this city. For terms, &i apply at the premises. _- decLMlw* OYSTER^ HAVING made arrangements for a large suprly Oysters during the winter I am now ready to sup ply Oysters at the low price off 1.40 per gallon, solid. {Sr*All orders by mail or Express promptly attend ed to a* No. 2 Union Wharf. JAMES FREEMAN. | Dec 6—<12w Portable Steam Engines, C10MB1NING the Maximum of efficiency, dura I bibty and economy with Hie minimum of weight and price. They ate widely and favorably known, | more than titHl being in use. All warranted salis factory, or no sale. Descriptive circulars sent on application. Address J. C. UOADLEV & CO. Lawrence, Mass. 1 Nov. 6. 1866 3md. IFSITKANCE. FA RMER N OWNERS OF J.IVE STOCK. T1m» Hartford Live Stock Ins. Co., Cash Capital, - - - $100,000 All Paid In ana Securely Invented, is uow prepared to issue Polices ou HORSES, CATTLE, and LINE STOCK ot all kinds, against DEATH 01 THEFT at moderate rates of Premium. Farmers anti Owners of Valuable ■Ioi-mcn, Ntuble-kecpcra and .then, Now Lave an opportunity to in ure with a sound and reliable com,>any, against loss by FIRE, DISEASE, or ACCIDENTAL CAUSES, and trom THIEVES. POLICIES ISSUED BY W. />. LITTLE & CO., General Agents, At OlHce No. 79 Commercial Street, Or in Lancaster Hall Building, Market Square. PORTLAND. CYr'Canvassers and Sub-Agents Wanted. Dec 14—il&wGw MAINE. NTATEIHEHT of the condition —OF THE— International Insurance Co., On the Sl.t Day of October, ISttS, in accordance with the Laws of Maine. The name oi the Company is “INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY.” It is located in the city of New York, and was incorporated Jan. 4, 1804. The amount of the Capital Stock is One Million Dollars, and is all paid up. the assets of the company are as follows: Cash on hand and in hands of Agents and others. $86,675.73 United States Five-Twenties.market value 657,706.00 United States Seven-Thirties “ “ 265.000.00 United States Ten-Forties “ “ 100,250.00 Wisconsin Sc Virginia War Bonds “ 20,400.00 Loans on Bond and Mortgage, being Unit lien on unincumbered Real Estate, w irth double the amount loaned thereon 60,000.00 Debts otherwise secured, being loans on Call, secured by Stocks and Bonds held as Collaterals. 210,036.68 Debts for Premiums and all other Securi- ’ ties............. 169,943.93 Total Assets.$1,460,006.24 LIABILITIES: Amount due or not due to Banks or other Creditors.nothing Losses adjusted and due.none Losses adjusted and not due. $60,236.47 Losses una»yu8ted and.j t „ . Losses in suspense await’g further proof/ *«*,«>/ •*'* All other claims against the Company, none. The greatest amount insured in any one risk, in any City, Town, Village or Block. No arbitrary rule cn these points. The Company is governed by a prudent regard ior the construction, occupancy and exposure of risks. The Act of Incorporation is herewith: STATE OF NEW YORK, l County op New York, November 1, 1866.} Charles Taylor, President, and C. C. Hine, Secre tary, of the INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COM PANY, to me personally known, depose and say, that they are said officers, and that the foregoing is a true, full aud correct statement of the affairs of said Com pany on the Thirty-first day of October, 1866; that said Company is the bona fide owner of One Million Dollars, Cash Capital, and Four Hundred and Sixty Thousand and Six Dollars and Twenty-Four Cents, Cash Surplus, invested as above, all of which is the absolute property of said Company, free and clear from all liens and claims thereon, except as above stated, (and as may be necessary for a re-insurance ftind,’*) according to the best of their knowledge, in formation and belief respectively. CHARLES TAYLOR, President. C. C. HINE, Secretary. Sworn to and subscribed, the date last above writ ten, before me. CHARLES NETTLETON, Commissioner for the State of Maine. Portland Office. 166 Fore Street, 3. W. nimOGB A BOB, Agent.. declOeodlw ATLANTIC Mutual Iusurance Company. 5) Wall St, cor. William, NEW YORK, January, 1866. Insures against Marine and Inland Navi gation 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 are issued, hearing interest until redeemed. 't he Dividend was 40 per cent, in each ol the years 1863-4, and 5, and 35 per cent, in 18B6. The Company has Aaeel., Over Twelve Million Dollar., viz:— United StateB and State of New-York Slocks, City, Bank and other Stock*, #4,828,586 Loanssecured by Stocks and otherwise, 3,330,356 Premium Notes aud Bills Receivable, Real Estate. Bond and Mortgages and other se curities, 3,650,025 United States Gold Coin, go 460 Cash In Bank SIO^BCO #12,199,970 TRUSTEES John D. Jones, Win. Sturgis Charles Dennis, Henry K. Bogeit, W. H. H. Moore, Joshua J. Henry, Henry Coit, Dennis Perkins, Wm. O. Picket sgili, Jos. Gallard, Jr., Lewis Curtis, ,T. Henry Burgy, Chas. H. Russel], CorneliusGrinnell, Lowell Holbrook, C. A. Hand R. Warren Weston, B. J. Howland, Royal Phelps. Benj. Babcock, Caleb Barstow, Fletcher Westray. A. P. Pillot, Robt.B. Minturn, Jr, Wm. E. Dodge, GordonW. Burnham, Geo. G. Hobson, Fred’k Chauncey, David Lane, James Low, James Bryce, Geo. S. Stephenson, Leroy M. Wiley, Wm. H. Webb. Daniel S. Miller, John D. Jones, President. Charles Dennis, Vice-President. W. H. H. Moose, 2d Vicc-Prest. J. D. Hewlett, 3d Vlce-Prest. J. H.Chapman,Secretary. Applications tor Insurance with the above named Company received and forwarded bv Jolm H . 91 linger, __ . Correspondent. apUdlmeod9m&w6w OFFICE OF THE Springfield Fire and JHarine Insurance Company. Springfield, Mass. September 15, 1866. To the Agents of the Springfield Fire and Marine Insurance Company. Gentlemen :—The officers ol this Company take great pleasure in announcing to their Agents, patrons and friends, that by an unanimous vote of the stock holders, the capital stock of this company has been in cteascdbo HALF A MILLION Dollars, all paid in CASH, and that the assets of the company are #690,171,74; Capital, #500,000; Surplus, #190,171,74. Notwithstanding the ttequent fires and the heavy losses sustained by insurance companies, THIS Com pany is able to show to its agents and patrons, inch a list of assets and securities as to entitW It to a position in the lront rank among insurance companies In this country— one worthy of the fullest confifience, atul giving the most perfect securities to policy-holders. The policies in this company, furnish the most am ide indemnity to our customers, we ask in return good risks, and adequate rates, and we trust oar many and fiuthtW agents may in the future as In the past, look well to our interests—enlarge snd increase our busi ness, U]ion what shall prove a safe class of risks. Edmund Freeman, President, Chartered 1849, J. N. DUNHAM, Sec. Capital & Surplus $690,171,74, Chas. E. Lane, Assistant Sec. Wo are Yours Very Truly, E. Freeman, President. J. N. Dunham, Secretary. John E. Dow fir So.. Agena, sep29-eadtf PORTLAND, MAINE. B E m O V A B- . Sparrow’s Insurance Office is this day removed from No. 80 Commercial Street, to the new and commodious rooms NO. 66 EXCHANGE STREET, IN THE CUMBERLAND BANK BUILDING, 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. StV’ Parties preferring first class insurance, are res pectfully invited to call. November 6, 1866. dtf Ocean Insurance Company. Alluvial Meeting. a IHE Stockholders of the Ocean In.nrnuic Company, are hereby notified to meet at the Office ot said Company, on Monday the 7th day of January, A. D. 1867, at 3 o’clock P. M„ lor the pur pose of choosing Seven Directors for the ensuing year and lor the transaction of any other business which may then be legal! v acted upon. GEO. A. WRIGHT, Sec*y. Portland, Dee. II, 1806, dec 12 dtd L8i Trombley, Geneial Insurance Broker, . would Inform his many triends and the pubi c generally that lie is prepared t.. continue the Insur ance Busim Bs as a Broker, and can place Fire, Life and Marine insurance to any extent in the best Oom p mies in the United States. All business entrusted to my c re sbal be iailbl'udy attended to. Office at. C. M. Rice’s Pajier Store, No. 183 Fore St, where orders can be lelt. jull6tf J. & c J. BARBOUR, Manufacturers and Retailers of Boots, Shoes and Rubbers, NO. 8 EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND, NIB. Ladies’ and Misses’ Scree and Calf Bools. Men’s Fine Cm If mad Thick Bools. Boys’, l’onths’ and Children’s Boots and Shoe*. I lubber Boot* and Nliocw of all kind*. OAK AND HEMLOCK BELTING. LACE LEATHER. MOLASSES BOSE, ENOI1NE BOSE RUBBER BELTING, RUBBER PACKING. Bnbbcr Clothing, Kabbcr Bose. JOHN BARBOUR. C. J. BARBOUR. E. R. BARBOUR. nov26 dtt INSURANCE A GREAT RUSH -AT I». M. FROST’S, -FOR HA HGAIXs j A O BIG PROFITS, NO DULL TRADE Out Crowds of Customer Who are receiving Blessings by buying Goods Cheap Blanket* at Old Prices l Only $4,75 per pair. Fancy Shirting Flannels! ONLY 50* PKB YARD. Good American Prints. 1 Shilling pr. yd. Bleached and Brown Cottons, AT LOW PRICES! Thibet*, Shawls, Cloakings, Beav ers, Poplins. Drew Om4« of aU Bmcripiianit. WOOLEN GOODS FOR MEN & BOY’S WEAR! j- tf All of the above Goods will bo ottered at a GREAT REDUCTION from regular rates. Remember! No. 4 Deering Block. Dec 8—dttwtf >. VINELAND. AW® F®ITIX LAN DM, in a mild and A healthful climate. Thirty miles south ol Phil adelphia, by Railroad, in New Jersev, on the same line of latitude as Baltimore, Md. The soil is rich and productive, varying from a clay to a sandy loam, suitable tor Wheat, Grass, Com, Tobacco, Fruit and vegetables This is a great fruit Couniry. Five hundred Vineyards and Orchards have been planted ort by experienced iruit growers. Grapes, Peaches, Pears &c., produce immense prof it. Vineland is already one of the mos. beautitu) places in the United States. The entire territory, consisting ef titty sqnare miles of land, is laid ouL« upon a general system 01 improvements. The lana is only sold to actual settlers with provision tor public adornment. The place on account of its great beauty, as well as other advantages, has become the resort of people q)' taste. It has increased live thousand people within ths past three years. Churches. Stores, Schools, Academies, Societies ol Art and Learning, and other elements of retinement and culture have been introduced. Humlreds ol people are constautly settling. Hundreds of new houses are being con structed. Price of Farm Land, tw* nty acre lots and upwards, $25 per acre. Five and ten acre and Vil lage lots lor sale. Fruits and Vegetables rfpeu earlier in this district than in any other locality, north of Norfolk, Va.Im proved places lor sale Openings lor all kinds ol business, Lumber Yards, Manufactories, Foundries, Stores and the like; and Steam Power with room can be rented. For persons who desire mild winters, a healthful climate, and a good soil, in a country beautilully im prov d, abounding in iruits, and possessing all other j social privileges, in the heart of civilization, it is I worthy ol a visit. Letters answered^ and the Vineland Rural a papei giving full inlormadon. and containing reports of So lon Rob nson, sent to applicants. Address CHAS K. LANDIS, Vineland P. O., Landis Township, New Jersey. From Report ot Solon Robinson, Agricultural Edi tor of the Tribune; “It is one of the most extensive fertile tracts, in an almost level position and suitable condition for pleasant farming tnat we know ol this side of the Western Prairies.3 *ept13d&w6m 57 CHARLES STAPLES & SON, / Iron Founders, Boiler Makers & Machinists. rPHE subscribers having rebuilt their Work Shops, X are now prepared to take orders lor Machinery and lion Work of all kinds. Iron Store Fronts and Columns for buildings promptly furnished. STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, SAW AND GRIST MILL WORK AND GEARING made to order. Having able and experienced pattern makers and new tools of modern 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 ped Forge, can famish forgings and shapes or all kinds for Steamboats and Locomotive work such as Shaft*, Crank*, Pinion Hod*, Car and imagine Axlm ami Shapes to pattern or draw ings, from 10 tons to 100 itounds weight. They are also Selling Agents for MERRIMAN’S PATENT BOLT CUTTER, the best Machine ever invented for the purpose, performing double the amount of work of any other now in use. FOR SALE, a 33 horse power Locomo tive Boiler with new tube sheets and new set of tubes, in first rate order, and warranted safe with a pressure of 100 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, novlOe d3m Portland, Maine. ESCAPED^ FROM JAIL I $300 REWARD I Escaped firom the Portland Jail, on the night of the 19th, the following described persons:— SAMVEL NEVILLE, 27 years 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 5 feet 9 inches high, of medium build, slightly stooping shoulders, ha 1 on gray sack coat, black vest ana pants and brown neck-tie. He wore a silk beaver hat. CHARLES BRAINARD, about 22 years old. six feet high, dark complexion, one eye sightless, ana has a heavy swinging gait, of powerfal and wiry build. He wore a coat originally dark blue, but now faded to a dull brown; pants and vest dark mixed, new shoes with brass buckles, and an imitation Scotch cap. MELVIN KENNISTON, about 5 teet 8i inches high, pretty stout build, dark complexion, with heavy and rather sunken black eyes, and thin moustache. Wore short dark coat, pants and vest dark, white bosom shirt, with scarlet neck-tie, and black cloth cap. The above prisoners escaped last night about 1 o’clock. I offer the following rewards for their apprehension, or such information as shall ensure their arrest :— For FREDERICK RICHARDS.|100 “ SAMUEL NEVILLE. 100 “ CHARLES BRAINARD. 50 “ MELVIN KENNISTON. 50 GEORGE W. PARKER, „ , Sheriff and Jailor. Portland, Nov. 20, 1866. nov21d4w The Old Stand Re-Opened l FULTON FISH MARKET I THEOPHIJLITS HOPKINS, DEALER IN Fresh, Salt and Smoked Fish —AND— LOBS TER S of every description, at the old Stand, WO. 110 FEDERAL STREET, PORTLAND, ME., FEW DOORS BELOW MIDDLE STREET. (jy Goods will be delivered, when desired, during the morning. declldlw Stockholders’ Meeting. THE Stockholders of the Leeds and Fabming ton Railroad Company, are hereby notified to meet at the office of Henry M. Payson, in Portland, on WEDNESDAY, the nineteenth day of December, 1866, at three of the clock In the afternoon, to act on the following articles. ist—To fill a vacancy in the Board of Directors. 2d—To see if the stockholders will ratify the bar gain made by the Directors with the Androscoggin Railroad Co., tbr running of said Roads. 3d—To see if they wUl reconsider, modify, change, or annul their former instructions to the Directors respecting assessing the Stockholders for the payment of the first and second mortgages. 4th—To transect any other business that may le gally come before the meeting, (the last three articles being on request by Stockholders.) By order of the Directors. r> , tv.. „ ILSLEY, Clerk. Portland, Dec’r 3d, 18G6. dec4dtd SLEIGHS, SLEIGHS SLEIGHS. THE heat and cheapest assortment of Sleighs In ^ New England, can be found at the Manuiactory J. M. KIMBALL A CO., 302 Congress Street. SSC* Sleighs at prices to suit all customers. Skl!'hs at the low price of *50,0* to *76.00 Good Sleighs, trimmed all through, from *75,00 to *100,00. ’ Also Light Trotting Sleighs of splemHd make and finish. Jbour, six and nine passenger sleighs. , 'lny onu desirous ot getting a go.td Sleigh at LOW figure, will do well to give us a call. Dec 11—d2w Retraction. WHEREAS I heretofore stated in conversation that I heard that Mrs. Mary Hamel had stolen a dress or dresses in New York; but I now suite that iu my opinion the statement is utterly false—that I know nothing whatever against the good character ol Mrs. H, but believe it, on the contrary, to be as good as that of any other lady. her ANNIE X M. MOORE, murk. Witness, Margaret bell. Nov 261 h. declOdlw COOPER & MORSE, TAKE pleasure in informing their old patrons and friends that they have resumed business at their OLD STAND, lorner of Market and Milk streets where they will keep constantly on hand the best as sortment of Meats, Poultry, Game, &c., Lhrt.t^TnSIjLtla^r,?s’an,lltwlllbe their earnest SSd fidelity. customers with promjdue^ For Millbridgre and Qlierryfield. (JCIIOONER “ Essex,*’ (.’apt. Hoi» O kins, will receive height as above on Saturday, the 15th inst. For further information inquire of * ^ ROSS & STURDIVANT, dec 14 d2t 73 Commercial Street. IU1I.KOADN. PORTLAND & ROCHESTER R.R. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. On and alter Monday, Dec. IT, I8M, trains will run as follows: Passenger trains leave Saco River for Portland at 5.30 and 9.00 A. M., and 3.40 P. M Leave Portland lor Saco River 7.15 A. M., 2.0» and 5.45 p. M. Freight trains with passenger car attached will leave Saco River for Portland. 6.50 A. M. Leave Portland tor Saco River 12.15 P. M. (ClT'Stages connect at Uorhaiu for West (Jorham, Blandish, Steep Falls. Baldwin, Denmark. Sebago, Bridgton, Lovell, Uiram, Brownfield, Fryeburg. *iUUL.ay* Bartlett. Jackson Liiniugton, Cornish,For 18a’♦ ie0t^om, Madison,and Luton. N. il aAr,"1“^tonCenterft>rWest Buxton, Bonny-Eagle, Limerick' .nAd&XP^feiVW,nrt‘,"U' Windh,U“ H'U i T.. ,. By order of the Pre.iilont. Portland, Bw.M, ||n PORTLAND & KENNEBEC R. R. WINTER ARRANGEMENT, (•aiuncini Monday, N.y. ,j,hj ttfrimism Paiaenger Trains leave Portland dally SHffPS L00 P. M., tor Bath, Augusta, Wa/ erviUe, Kendall’s Mills, Skowhegan, and intermediate Stations, (connecting at Brunswick with Androscog gin ?*„?•* for Lewiston and Farmington, and at Kendall’s Mills with Maine Central R.B.) lor Bangor and intermediate stations. Fares as low bp this route as any other. Leave Portland tor Bath, Lewiston, Augusta and intermediate stations on Saturday only at 7.45 P. M. Mixed Train leaves Portland for Brunswick and in termediate stations daily, except Saturday, at 5.30 P. Freight Train, with passenger car attached, will leave Portland for Skowhegan and inte mediate sta tions everv morning at 7 o’clock. Trains from Brunswick and Lewiston are due at Portland at 9.20 A. M., and from Skowhegan and Farmington and all Intermediate stations at 2.00 P. M. to connect with trains for Boston. Stages for Rockland connect at Bath; and for Bel fast at Augusta, leaving daily on arrival of train from Bosion, leaving at7.30 A. M.; lor Solon, Anson, Norridgcwock, Athens and Moose Bead Lake at Skowhegan, and for China, East and North Vassal boro* at Va.'salboro': lor Unity at Kendall’s Mill’s, and for Canaan at Pisnon's Ferry. W. HATCH, Superintend**in. Augusta, Oct. 27, 1866. nov12dtt MAINE CENTRAL R. R. W1 NTER ARRAN GEMENT. ^ ant* aJter Monday,November 12th, M|#??SKCurrent, trains will have Portland for Bangor and all intermediate station on this line, at 1.10 P. M. daily. For Irewiston and Auburn only, at 7.40 A.M. Or*Freigtat trams for Watervilleand all Interme diate stations, leave Portland at 8.25 A. M, Train trom Bangor is due at Portland at 1.45 P. M, in season to connect with train for Boston. From Lewiston and Auburn only, at 8.10 A. M. ~ EDWIN NOYES, bupf. Nov. 1,1866 no9ati P O R T i7a IST D SACO A PORTSMOUTH R. R. WINTER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, Nor. 14th, 1866. CBM Passenger Trains leave Portland for sBtf—lW?Biistun at 8.40 A. M.. and 2.2* P. M. Leave Boston lor Portland at 7.3* A. M.,and|2.30 P. M. ^ A Mechanic’s a d Labobeb’s Train will leave Biddeiord daily, Sundays excepted, at 6 A. M., and Saco at 6.08, arriving In Portland at 6.40. Uetuming, will leave Portland lor Saco and Bid detord and intermediate stations at 6.30 P. M. A special freight train, w1t.li pas*onger car attach ed, will leave Portland at 7.1u A. M. lor Saco and Biddeiord, and returning, leave Biddeiord at S.3U and Saco at 8 40 A.M. FRANCIS CHASE, Supt. Portland, Oct 29, 1866. noldtf grand Trunk railway. Of Canada. aYlteration of Trains. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. On and alter Monday, Nov. 12,1866, WES trains will run as follows :— Train for South Paris and Lewiston, at 7.40 A. M. Mail Train for Waterville, Bangor, Gorham, Island Fond, Montreal and Quebec at 1.10 P. M. This train connects with Express train for Toron to. Detroit and Chicago. Sleeping cars attached from Island Pond to Quebec and Montreal. Train tor South Paris at 5.0o P. M. No baggage can be received or checked after the time above stated. Trains will arrive as follows:— From So. Paris, Lewiston and Auburn, at 8.10 a. m. From Montreal, Quebec, &cM - - 1.45 p. m. The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding <50 in value (and that person al) unless notice is given, and paid for at the rate of one passenger for every <500 additional value. C. J. BRIDGES, Managing Director. H. BAILE F, Local Superintendent. Portland, Nov. 2, 1866. dtf CHRISTMAS HITTH! TOYS, TOYS, TOYS ! Fancy t HUDS0N~& BLAKE, Would respectfully Inform the public that they have the largest and best assortment of TOYS AND FANCY HOODS To be found in the city. They have a Creat Vari ety of Dalla. AIM Tea and Coffee ffels, Parlor and Chamber Seta, Bed.lead., Bu reau., Chaim, Cradlr,,Ae. Al as Basks aad Garni; TIa . W..in, Iran, Glam, China, Parian, and Pager Taya, aad jtcy moons / Of Every Description ! SKATES, SKATES ! They have a fine lot of the Very BEST STYLES of SKATES in the market, and from the best manufac tories. Sleds, Sleds! A good assortment of Sleds can be found there, in cluding the Celebrated Clippers ! Of the very best make. CONFECTIONERY! OF EVERY DESCRIPTION! They manufacture and sell at wholesale and re tail a good variety of CANSIKS, which are war ranted pure and good. fcP'Call and see for yourselves at 357 Congress Street. decl3 (12w Furs, Furs. GRAND ~OPENING Tuesday, Dec’i* 11th, AT OUB NEW 8T0BE No. 12 Exchange St. Bay Sable, Bearer Babes, American Sable, Bear Babes, Ermine, Aslraeaa Babes, **■*» Bax Skin Babes, Peniaanas, Lap Babes, Bitch, Bulalees, lined, Aslraeaa,Orey and Black,Bafal.es, unlined, Sqairrel, Blankets, BIrer Sable, Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac. Also a Wear Style af Bara for Ladies and Miss C8. Our Goods are all new and will be sold cheap. Satisiaction guaranteed. HARRIS <t WATERHOUSE. fJTMr. J. W. WATERHOUSE occupies an office in oturjMure. declldlw i OH SALE. Rill* 1VEBB, has on hand for sale thirty % five SLEIOHS AND RUNGS, The best to be found in the county. Also four heavy Baggage Wagons, and three light open buggies, which he oners tor sale on more ftvorable terms than any other Carriage Manufacture!*, as he closes his busi ness with this sale. Persons desirous of purchasing will find it for their advantage to call upon him. R. M. WEBB. Webb’s Mills, Dec 3, 1866. dec4eod&w4w49 RAINTS AMD OILS. Medicines, Dyc nfnil’s), Window Glasis.. AGENTS FOB Forest River <£ Warren Lead Co. ’s CBAPT9 A WILLIAMS, Nr.*' ,5 MldO Commercial Wharf, Boston. Dec4—TuTbStl y AMERICAN LLOYDS! THE undersigned hereby give notice that he has been appointed Agent of American Lloyd, for the State of Maine, an<l is prepared to inspect vessels of all sizes in course of construction tnd rejiort the same for classification. Ship builders ami owners 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, 1666. _ novlfldlw* Notice. PERSONS clearing the ruins or digging cellars can find a good place (o deposit their rubbish cn Franklin Wharf. S. ROUNDS. septlO—dlf Wharfinger, NTEAMEKN. International Steamship Oo. Eastport, Calais and St. John. fall arrangement. TWO TRIPS PER WEEK. .On and after Monday, October 1, the steamer N EW BRUNSWICK, X Capt E. b. WINCHESTER, and ijthe steamer NEW ENGLAND, , w. .. .. ‘.apt. E. FIELD, will leave Itall ^THmfimAV* ,Str«'t. every MONDAY Sid St John ’ 5 °clock r M • for Ea“*Tort RETURNING -will leave St. John and FaatPort, same days for Portland and Boston * HtjSXSlV SICKEN will connect for Kobhimjton, ( alais and New Bruns wick. RaUwBy n, Woodst-ck and Houlton Station*, and Stage Coaches will connect lor Maclilas. a. ,John take E. & N. A Railwav for Shediac, and from thence for SummeraUc and Oharlo tetown, P E. Island, and Picton. (Ts,; sl eo Halifax every 1 uesda.v and Friday evening*, and Halllhx every Tuesday and Friday evenings, and for Dlgby every Monday and Thursday mornings. TV" Freight received on days ol sailing until 4 o’olock P. M. C. C. EATON, sept26—dtt A|(6ni. PORTLAND AND NEW YORK STEAMSHIP COMPANY. «*E1W I. WEEKLY LINE. The splendid and fast Steam ships DIKIGO, (’apt. H. Shfu Woon, and FRANCONIA, Capt. W. W. Sherwood, will, until i oQ„n n , farther notice, run as follows: mv.nUvT.! M ■ Tort laud, every W EDN ES K at 1 T M„ und leave Pier mitoTuv1 N.er y?rk> vverv WEDNESDAY and SAlUKI’Al, at 4 o’clock p. M. Ihese vesseLs ara titled up with tine accomiuoda i.aT.nd,^™!;??V;’.u,akin*: **“» <*« no,St speedy, t?1,™av!etomlarl»J’f roui° ‘or travellers between ««°Ji y?5|k| a"' -',al2'' Tatsage, in Stale Room, *6.00 Cabin passage *.1.00. Meals ex tra. Goods torwarded by this line to and Hum ilm. treal, yuebec, Bangui, Bath, Augusta, Eastnoit and St. JOnn. ’ Shippers are requested to send their ivei' ht to the steamers as early as 3 P.Al.ou the day’hat they leave Portland. For freight or passage apply to EMERY & FOX, Brown’s Wharf Portland. J. F. AMES, Pier 38 East River. * May 29, I8t*. «jtl International Steamship Co. Enstport, Calais anil St. Jolm. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. ONE TRII* PEH WEEK. Od and after Monday. December 17th, the steamer NEW BKUNS l WICK, Capt. E. B. WINCHES TER. wm leave Rail Road Wharf, 1 1 '“loot of State St., every MONDAY, at 5 o’clock P. M tor Eastjiort and St. John. RETURNING. will leave St. John every THURS DAY, at 8 o’clock A. M. At Eastport the Steamer QUEEN will connect lor St. Andrews, Robbinston, Calais and Nsw Brunswick, Railway to Woodstock and Houlton Stations, and Stage Coaches will connect for Macliias. At St. John possengers lake E. «Xr N. A. Railway, for Shedtac, and from thence for Summerside and Charlottetown, P. E. Island, and Plctou, N.S; also at St. John the steamer Empress tor Windsor and Halifax, everv Tueaday and Friday evenings, and for Digby every Monday and Thursday mornings. #Jr*Freight received on days of sailing until I o’clh. p M. C. C. EATON, dec8-(ltf Agent. Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. CARRYING THE CANADIAN AND UNITED STATES MAILS. P.Mc.grr. B«.krd to aiad Liverpool. Kcluru Ticket. uroHIcii nt Reduced Bute.. The Steamship ST. DAVID Capt. Airil will •all tbom this port for Liverpool, SATURDAY, 16th December, 1866, Immediately alter the arrival of the train ol'the previous day from Montreal, to be lolloa ed by the Moravian on the 23d. Passage to Londonderry and Liverpool, robin, (ac rording to accommodation) *70 to *80. Steerage, *25. Payable in Gold or its equivalent. For Freight or peeeaire apply to II. A A. ALLAN, No. 3 India St. Portland, Nov 26, 1866. Dec. II du' FIRE REDUCED^TO BOSTON. Summer Arrangement! Until further notice the Steamer? of toe Portland Steam Packet Co. 1 will run as folio'w»: “ Leave Atlantic Wharf for Boston, - ’eve»-y evening, (except Sunday) at 7 o dock. Leave Boston the same days at r> P. m. Cabin fare,. $1.50 Deck,. i.eo . ty Package tickets to be hud of the Agents at re duced rates. Freight taken aB usua). L. BILLINGS Agent May 22nd, 1866—dtf HOTELS. MILLS HOUSE, CHARLESTON.SO. CAROLINA. THE proprietor has the pleasure to Intorro the traveling public that the above house is now open for the reception of guests, having made extensive al terations. improvements, and refurnished it through out, it is now in capital order, and every exertion will be made te render it acceptable to his patrons. nolOeodGm JOSEPH PURCELL. UNITED STATES HOTEL, PORTLAND, MAINE, THc subscriber, recently Proprietor of the COM MERCIAL HOUSE, (which was destroyed lu the great lire.) begs lo announce to his old patrons and tho public that he has leased the above hotel anil will open for (he accommodation ol the public gener ally, ou Saturday August 11. Thaukful to his old customers lor past patronage, he would solicit a continuance of the same. TERMS FAVORABLE. aug89-6m_ N. J. DAVIS. BRABSTREET’S IMPROVED WOOD AND RUBBER MOULDINGS ! WEATHER STRIPS. Warranted, when properly applied to Doors and Windows, to prevent their rattling, and to EFFECTUALLY EXCLUDE Dust, Cold, Wind, Rain, Noise, &c. To Have in fuel one half; to keep a Moder ate temperature ia tbe nevereet weath er, and regulate frenh air to anit the taele ; to preserve health by preventing aente drafts, no productive of Colds \ to be the 4 MKAPEMT NIXPliCST, *Most Effective and Durable, - AND Only Ornamental &; Complete Weather Strip Ever Invented, to effect the several purposes intend ed without interfering in the least with the fbke u»e ot- Doors and Windows. The Advantage these Strips Have Over all others, the Rubber is inserted on a bevel, giving doable the elasticity. No Metal or Other Corroding Substance Is used, and it does not disfigure a house if removed, which can be easily done, even if the house is only rented. Being considered FAR SUPERIOR to all others. t4T We send Experienced Mechanics to apply the Mouldings in a workmanlike manner, and warrant satlsthction. i Sjnipllcitv of this Moulding makes the price the lowest it is possible tor any Rubber Weather Strip to ™ theJ are the M08T DURABLE and EF EECTUAL andno one need be annoved with dust or noise, or take cold with drafts while sitting near a window or d.»or. * They are far preferable to outside sashes and at one quarter of the cost, and the saving in fuel Is over one nail in the winter in any room that requires to he constantly warmed. For sale by • C. K. B ARN KM, At W. II. JEURIS’ Office, opposite Preble House, Congress st, Portland. declM3t* Notice. APPLICATION will be made to the Legislature of Maine at its next session,for further aid to secure the construction of the European and North Ameri can Railway, and for authority to the Portland, Saco & Portsmouth Railroad Comiany to subscribe to the stock and bonds otsai i E. A N. A. Rv. Corap’y. and to further increase the capital sba-k of the Portland. Saco and Portsmouth Railway Company to the amount thus gubncrit»ed and paid. By order of tbe IWrecfors. C. K. JEWETT, Pres’t , U. & N. A. Ry. Cumify. Bangor, I>ec7, 1866. «leclld3w To Box Manufacturers ! AIpMSUU ,or ,ho raakiDR of CIV 'Ji tnch,!a lo"l!. ">2 Inchrs wi.f« liy iu inches deep, ii.8i.Io incsurc. To bo made of 4 Inch well seasoned Poplar, planed both sides, the ends to be £ stock, made with a slide cover,—not put together, but securely packed in bundles, and deliv ered in Boston. Also, Ron - 16$ inches by 7| inches by 6| inches deep,—made of well seasoned Poplar, Fir, or White Pine, } thick with f ends, planed on both I sides, covers to nail on, to be delivered as above in Boston, securely packed in bundles or shnoks. AMOS OTIS. Yanuoutliport, Mass. dec 13 d3t Store and Office* to Let. IN tlie Building now being erected by thcsubsorUx* on Fore Street, near the loot of Exchange Street, will be ready for occupancy Jan. 1st, 1867. dec6d2w CHARLES McCARTliY, Jb.