Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, January 3, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated January 3, 1867 Page 3
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IATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH TO THE PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. --—■—>-**»-. Thursday Morning, January 3, 1867. LEGISLATURE OF MAINE. [special dispatch to the daily pbess.] State House, Augusta, Jan. 2,1867. The Senate met at 11 o’clock, all the Senators elected being present except Hon. A\>ner Bil lings, of Waldo county, and were called to order by Thomas P. Cleaves, Secrotary of 18G6. Prayer was offered by Rev. Mr. Randall, of Augusta. On motion a committee, consisting of Mr. Woodman, of Cumberland, was charged with a message to tho Governor and Council, in forming him that a quorum of Senators was present, and requesting him to administer the oaths. in accordance thereto, the Governor and heads of Departments proceeded to the Senate Chamber, before whom the Senators elect sub scribed the necessary oaths to qualify them t0 j enter upon the discharge of their official duties. The Senate then elected Hon. N. A. Burpee of Knox county, President, ho receiving 29 votes. Mr. Burpeo addressed the Senate with appropriate and eloquent remarks. Thomas S. Cleaves was elected Secretary of the Senate ; Prentiss M. Fogler, Assistant Sec retary ; Jabez Marriner, Messenger, and James H. Banks, 1st Assistant Messenger. After the usual preliminary motions were passed necessary for a complete organization ot the body, the Senate adjourned. The House of Representatives was called to order at 11 A. M. by F. M. Drew, Clerk of the last House. Prayer was offered by Rev. Mr. -, of Augusta. Ou motion of Mr. -, of Bangor, a com mute • of one from each county was raised to recivel tlio credentials of members and as certain whether a quorum is present. The committee reported a quorum present. On motion of Mr. Cushing, of Frankfort, a committee was appointed to notify the Governor that a quorum of members was present, and requesting him to administer the oath ; and that gentleman was charged with the message. The Governor, attended by the Secretary of State and Council, came in and administered the oath of office to the members elect. On motion of W. P, Frye, of Lewiston, a committee of seven, of which he was chairman, was appointed to receive, sort and count votes for Speaker. The committee subsequently re ported Lewis Barker, of Stetson, had 132, and Ebenezer Otis, of St. George, 7. Mr. Bar ker was conducted to the chair by Mr. Otis, and in an eloquent manner accepted the charge committed to him. A committee, of which Mr. Dane, of Elliott, was chairman, was raised to receive, sort and count the votes for Clerk of the House, which subsequently reported whole number 129, and that Franklin M. Drew had 129. Voted, that the same committee proceed to receive, sort and count votes for Assistant Clerk, who subsequently stated that Sumner J. Chadboume, of Dixmont, was elected, hav ing received 123 votes, the whole number thrown. Mr. Chase, of Sydney, presented an order, which was passed, that B. F. Cary be Messen ger and Luther Bradford and Charles E Avery, Assistant Messengers of the House. An order was presented by Mr. Perkins, of Kennebunkport, inviting the clergymen of Augusta, Hallowell, Gardiner, and also clergy men holding seats on the floor, to officiate as chaplains. Mr. Chase, of Sydney, was entrusted with a message to tlic Senate, informing them of the organization of this House by the election of j Hon. Lewis Barker, Speaker, and F. M. Diew, : Clerk. Ordered, that one copy of the Daily Legisla tive Journal be furnished to each member and officer of the Honse. A message was sent to the Governor and j Council, informing them of the organization | of the House. Ordered, that the hour of 10 A. M., be the hour at which the House shall meet. Ordered, that the Secretary of State be In structed to commit to the Cletk of this House, ' for the use thereof, one copy of Webster’s and one of Worcester’s Unabridged Dictionary, one copy of the Pronouncing Gazetteer, and a J copy of the Holy Bib’e. The caucus for nominating State officers will be held to-morrow (Thursday) evening. Governor Chamberlain will be inaugurated j and will deliver his message on Thursday. FROM EUROPE NEWH B V THE CABLE. Probable Rupture Between the Sublime Porte anil Greece. _ Navigation Dues on American , Vessels in French Ports. GRAND CONGRESS OF EEEOPEAN lRONABCnS. _ London, Jan. 1.—The London Times, in its leading editorial this morning, predicts that the | new year will ho one of peace. The revenue and trade returns of Great Brit ain are verv satisfactory, and indicate that Mr. D’lsraeli, Chancellor of the Exchequer, will be able to exhibit a surplus revenue of nearly £2.000,000. The Paris Pays declares that a rupture be tween the Sublime Porte and the Kingdom of Greece is too likely to take place at any mo ment, and the Morning Herald, commenting on the probability of such an event, says England will remain rigidly neutral in the matter, and adds that the British government has already warned Greece of the consequences. i Paris, Jan. 1.—The Moniteur publishes a tel egraphic dispatch from the United States, which declares that French ships are placed on the same footing as American vessels, in which case, the Moniteur s.tys, that vessels bearing the American flag will be free of all navigation dues in French ports. New York, Jan. 1. Specials eontain the following: Paris, Jan. 1.—A rumor is current that Na goleon has decided to issne a call lor a grand ongress of European monarelis, to be held in this city during the forthcoming World’s Ex position. New York, Jan. 2. The Commercial has the following; Vienna, Jon. 2.—It is said tlist Austria is about to convoke a new Reiehratte, for the pur- i pose of effecting a compromise with Hungary. Algiers, Dec. 28.—The Cotton Supply Admin istration Compuny of Algiers, have received from New Orleans and South Carolina twenty hogsheads of Sea Island and middling cotton seed, to be distributed gratuitously among the Inhabitants of Algiers. Farewell Address of Clovernor Curtiu* Philadelphia, Jan. 2. Gov. Curtin lias sent in his farewell address to the State Legislature, which met at Harris burg to-day. He gives a flattering exhibit of the finances. The public debt is $35,620,520.16, being a decrease of nearly two millions of dollars for the year, and over $5,000,000 since 1861 He discusses the Constitutional amend ment, and recommends its adoption. He savs the proclamation that the rebel States have a right to a voice on the question of its adoption, is a monstrous one. The power to make war in the suppression of rebellion includes, ho says, the power to dictate the terms of peace and restoration. He declares the lately rebel States to be without lawful Governments, and that it is the duty of the general Government to reconstruct them. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is now supporting and educating 3000 orphans, children of deceased soldiers.— The Governor highly commends this noble work, and recommends that provision be made for the support also of tho destitute maimed soldiers. The State military agent at Wash ington has prepared during the year past, for i! nsyh ania soldiers, 4.0:*0 claims, and has ' oovfvna trao-mitted them free of charge, $311,703. The Governor closes by a brief re trospect of the past s,x year8, during which ho has been the Chief Magistrate of the Commen wealth, and says that to have earned and main tained the confidence and affection of the peo ple and their representatives are suffleie nt to satisfy his highest ambition. In the Senate to-day an act was introduced allowing passenger railroad cars to run on Sun day. The Republican caucus re-nominated Wm. H. Kemble lor State Treasurer. A caucus is to meet on the 10th to nominate a candidate for IT. S. Senator. The election takes place on the 15th. Recovery of Stolen Ronds—Fire. Newark, N. J., Jan. 2. The Government securities stolen from the Mechanics’ Insurance Company in this city, amounting to $60,000, were recovered in Mon treal by negotiating with the burglars. Owing to the want of t* stimony the Company could not hold them, and consequently it was oblig ed to come to the burglar’s terms. The Governor offers a reward of $5000 for the burglar who shot Mrs. Ward in her room, in this city, Monday night. The paper mills of Cole, Hall & Dennison, in Brookfield, N. J., were destroyed by fire last night. Loss $25,000; insured $18,000. Tho origin of the fire is unknown. The Panic at Havana. New York, Jan. 2. Havana correspondence, dated Dec. 20, says the financial panic is almost entirely abated. The Banco Espagnot paid out on the ‘first day of the run $600 000 in gold and reduced pay ments to $25,000 per day in accordance with authorization from the Captain General. All the banks except that of Bossier & Co., resum ed payment, and it is supposed that the latter hopelessly insolvent, WASHINGTON, The Conscience Fund Increased« To Holders of 7-30 Notes. Washington, Jan. 2. The reception of the diplomatic corps and others ended at noon, when, according to the propamine, the door was opened to the public without distinction. One colored man only visited the Executive Mansion, and he, like all tlie other guests, shook hands with and was courteously received by the President. Dur ing the reception, which continued until after 2 o’clock, the Marine Band was in attendance in the vestibule. All the visitors seemed to be gratified. Chief Justice Cb :se, General Grant and several chiefs of Bureaus, Senators ami Representatives, and a large number of private citizens hospitably received their friends. The day was generally observed as a holiday, and was agreeably passed by all parties. Comparatively few members of Congress have as yet returned to Washington. It is not probable tliat a quorum of the two Houses will be present to-morrow. The Supreme Court will to-morrow pro nounce several important decisions in blockade cases arising during the war. The conscience fund of the Treasury was in creased to-day by the reception of $270, $200 of which was from a party in Philadelphia, sign ing lumselt ‘ J. Carelers,” stating that the mon ey was due lor excise tax. The remaiding $70 ' was enclosed in a letter from Now Jersey sign- I ed “Repentence.” In view ot the repeated thefts of United States securities the Treasury Department de sires attention to be called to the fact that al though all coupon bonds of tho Government are issued “Pay to Bearer,” so that they will pass by delivery, and good, although lost or Stolen, when in the hands of bona fide holders The case is different with 7-30’s, which are issu ed in blank, but with the words, “Or order," instepd of “To bearer,” imprinted on the face. So long as a 7-30 note remains thus in blank it passes by delivery like a coupon bond, aud a bona fide purchaser for value can collect the sum, notwithstanding it hus been lost or stolon. But in case the bolder of the 7-30 fills tho note with his name, the note then becomes his prop erty, payable to him or order, and he cannot thereafter be deprived ot his title by any loss or larceny of the note any more than the hold er of a check or note payable to his order, aud this is the law, notwithstanding his name may have been so skillfully extracted by acid or otherwise as to le?ve no trace of his name. If the original holder of tho note can prove clear ly that his name was vritten on the face of a 7-30, his title is good notwithstanding erasure, and even against a bona fide holder for value, and will be recognized by the Treasury Depart ment, and upon proof of facts will be paid him. All perst ns dealing in Government secu rities ought carefully to bear in mind the fore going peculiarity of 7-30 notes, which may, as stated, become converted into negotiable secu rities, payable only to order, which cannot be the case with any of the coupon bonds. MEXICO. Troops Leaving for France. MAXIMILIAN AT PUEBLA. THE SKIRMISH AT CYANTILI.AKE. Havana, Dec. 29. The steamer Florida, which left Vera Cruz on the 18th, arrived here on the 24th with about 953 French troops on board, on their way to France. She brought a minor that French war vessels had arrived at Vera Cruz from New Orleans,^with cable dispatches frcrn Napoieon to the effect that all the transports would arrive in January, and that the troops should all be embarked within three weeks. Maxmilian remains at Puebla, and will most likely stay there until the French have left. The Liberals are ready to take possession of the city the moment Ba'zaine leaves. A quantity of muskets were secretly sold to the agents of the Liberals, having been cor - detuned as useless by the French. Marguez and Miramon are using their endeavors to raise necessary funds for their expenses. Further details concerning the skirmish at Cuantillare have been received. The French, <o the number of 250, were commanded by Lieut. Heckeieri, were surrounded by a greatly ! superior force of nearly 500. They fortified themselves in a house, and fought for ten hours, until the Liberals, dreading reinforcements for the French which they heard were coming up, were obliged to retire. La Patria says Caravajal, with some three hundred men, endeavored to seize Texcoco on the 12th, but retreated on the arrival of a French force, after committing the usual amount of robbery, rapine, &c. New York Items. New York, Jan. 2. In an affray this morning on the 9t(j Avenue John McAndrews was shot by Lewis Miller, and fatally wounded. Miller was arrested. In an affray in Forsyth street, Wm. Dietz was shot in the face by a man named Jones. The wound is dangerous. Officers Beyersdorf and Orwin, while at - tempting to quell a disturbance in Division street, were badly beaten by ruffians, several a f whom were arrested. James McCluskey, a shoemaker, was fouuil dead in Greenwich street last night. Thomas Dowling, while in a fight on Ham mond street last night, was dangerously stab bed in the shoulder. The body of an unknown man was found in East river, pier No. 12, last Dight. ltobert Flannigan, a coachman fell dead art a stable on 7 th Avenue yesterday. James Cochran was shotin the mouth during: an affray on 2d Avenue yesterday. The woun?i is not fatal. John Bracken received a very dangerous cut. in the throat at a public house on the 2d Ave nue, known as the Bull's Head Pleasure Club, yesterday. Lary Conners, the perpetrator, hat not been arrested. The number of deaths in Brooklyn last week was 179. The number of deaths in this city lor the week was 384. A slight increase. At 3 o’clock this afternoon an unknown man, ; on board a Harlem river boat, committed sui. cide by blowing out his brains. RAILROAD ACCIDENT. Destruction of Twenty Cars by Fire. All the Persons on Board Injured hut none Killed. Peokia, 111., Jan. 1. Yesterday an accident occurred on the Tole do, Peoria & Wabash Railroad, near Secor.— As a freight train with twenty-eight care, go ing east, with an extra locomotive pushing be hind, a wheel broke, throwing the trucks off the track. The train went on a bridge, and the leading locomotive and eight cars passed safely over; but the disabled car fell on to the bridge, crushing through and pitching the balance of the train, with the rear locomotive, some fifty feet to the ground. The disabled portion of the train then caught fire and was entirely consumed. All the persons on board the train were injured, but noDc were killed. Miscellaneous Dispatches. Chicago, 111., Jan. 2. A serious revolt was threatened in the State Penitentiary at Joliet yesterday. Warden Buckonaster wa9 duly posted, and took meas ures to defeat the movement. About 200 citi zens of Joliet and fifty from Lockport gath ered to meet it. A general jail delivery was also attempted at Des Moines, on Sunday night and was only frustrated alter two noto rious roughs had made good their escape. Cincinnati, Jan. 2. Navigation is suspended, except lor ferries, the whole length of the Ohio river. A dispatch from Cairo announces the sink ing ol the steamer Naugatuck, near Mange Island, in the Mississippi river. No lives were lost. The Infirmary building, near Lebanon, Ohio has been destroyed. The inmates escaped. Baltimore, Jan. 2. Dr. John C. S. Monkur, au eminent physi cian of this city, died last nsglit of pueumonia. New Orleans, Jan. 1. The work of surveying the harbor of Galves ton, is to be undertaken without delay. Canadian Affairs. Ottawa, Canada, Jan. 2. An hotel, bowling alley, storehouse and out buildings iu Hall, opposite this city, was des troyed by fire last night. Loss heavy. A man named Milts, who was present at the fire has not been heard of since, and fears are entei - tained that in returning he fell through the ice and was drowned. London, C. W., Jan. 2. In the accident on the Great Western Rail road at Komoka, Misses Daly and Ketchum were not so badly injured a's was at first re ported, and are doing well. The injured ladies are Miss Mary Campbell, of New York State, Miss Barber and Miss Morrison, of North Dor chester. They are all doing well. Investigation of the New Orleans Riot. New York, Jan. 2. A ilispatch from New Orleane to the Tribune, dated to-day, says: “The committee have about closed their investigation of the riot, with the testimony of General Sheridan, Gen eral Mower, Governor Wells and Judge Dar rell. The investigation into the alleged frauds of the New Orleans Custom House will com mence to-morrow. Collector Kellogg Jlias „rVt!iIi v ■ committee the names and statistics ot Jill his employees. Washlugio,, Correspondence. The Post’s Washington**,^™*' faj"' the Ways and Means Committee will probably re port in lavor of selling several millions of gold at a stated price. 8 The Commercial’s dispatch says the Sherman Lumpbell mission to Mexico has been aban doned, and Mr. Campbell has received leave to return to his home in Ohio. ___ Los* of the Steamer Cories. A letter from Lewes, datedDiunai’ "says the st amor Cortes, from New Vn.lrfc. ’n S™ struck on the breakwater during the Low* torn an<^ wen* t° pieces; crew saved The steamer Galafia, from New York for i Havana, which was in company with the Cortes I is now sately in the harbor at Lewes. Frcrdm«n’e Celebration. Charleston, S. C., Jan. l The frecdmen in this city celebrated the emancipation anniversary by a large proces sion, with music and banners. The severity of the weather prevented the observance from Ming more general among the colored folks, From Texas. Galveston, Jan. 2. Snow fell here to-day for the first time in j seven years. The dispatch boat Blackbird has been wait- j ing here two days lor dispatches to the Rio | Grande. Very heavy weather has prevailed, but no marine disasters are reported us yet. Massachusetts Legislature. „ Boston, Jan. 2. The Massachusetts Legislature assembled to day and organized by electing the presiding officers of last year. The annual election ser moD will be preached this afternoon in the Old South by Lev. Mr. Warren, of Charlestown. Gov. Bullock will deliver his message on Fri day. From Fortress Monroe. Fortress Monroe, Jan. 2. A snow storm commenced last night and lasted until to-day. The ship Rangoon lays off Sewall’s Point, | jumping out. She will be repaired at Nor- j Missouri Legislature. Jefferson Citv, Mo., Jan. 2. Both Houses of the Missouri Legislature convened here to-day, but d id nothing towards effecting an organization. Drake’s and Fletcher’s chances forjthe Senatorship are now about even. New York Legislature. Albany, N. Y., Jan. 2. In the Legislature to-day, notice was given of bills to repeal the railroad anti free pass bill, and for the establishment of a permanent bridge between New York and Brooklyn. Maryland Legislature. Baltimore, Jan. 2. The Maryland Legislature convened at A nn apolis to-day. The House ol Delegates organ ized by the election of Dr. Phelps, of DorcJies ter, as temporary chairman. THE MARKETS. Financial. New York, Jan. 2. The Post says the Money market Is unchanged and the supply uniplo at 7 per cent. The Stock market opened buoyant, bnt fell off, and at the close there was a decided disposition to sell. Railroad shares are feverish. Government, firm. Exchange dull. New York Market. „ New York, Jan. 2. Cojton—very firm; sales 2,000 bales; Middling up lands at 344 @ 35c, chiefly at the latterprice. Orleans 354® 36c. Flour—closed 5 @ 10c higher; sates 7,800 ools. State at 880® 12 25; Round Hoop Ohio at U 12 @11; 70; Western at 8 60 ® 13 72; Southern, sales at 11 :H> & 17 00. Canada at 10 75 in bond. Wheat—1 @ 2c higher; sales 19,600 bush. No. 2 Milwaukee at 2 39 @ 2 40. Amber State 3 15. White Western 3 12 ® 3 23. Corn—1c higher and more active; sales 78,000 b ush. MHed Wostern at 112j. Yellow Southern, now, 1 u”; 0:th»—lirm; sales 48,000 bush. Beef—steady. Pork—active and unsettled; Bales 5,800 bids. Mew 2137}; old do 19 124; prime 17 00 @ 17 00. Lard—firmer; sales at 11} ® 13c. Butter—steady. Whiskey—dull and nominal. Groceries—dull. Naval Stores—quiet; Spirits Turpentine at GO (£167. F.osin at 4 37 @ 9 00. Petroleum—dull. Tallow—quiet and steady. Wool—quiet and steady; sales 61,000 Bis. at 40 £ 624c for domestic fleece; 40 ® 41 for pulled. Freights to Liverpool—drooping. Chicago Markets. _ , Chicago, Jan. 2. Flour Bteady, quiet and firm; Spring extras 10 25 ® 10 00, Wheat 1 @ 2c higher; sales 2 17 @ 2 18 lor No. 1, and 1 93 for No. 2. Corn firmer; sales No. Iat74} @75}. Gate quiet; sales of No. 2 at 41}. R\e more active; sales at 1 92 @ 1 94. Mess pork 25c higher; sales at 18 75 @ 19 00 cash. ftKemphi»;iVIarketfi. „ , Memphis, Tenn., Jan. 1. Cotton—the market Is active; Ordinary at 26c; good ordinary 28c; low middling 29 @ 30c; middling 32c; strict middling 33c; good middling nominal. Money tight. New Orleans markets. New Orleans, Jan. 2. Cotton—unchanged; sales of low Middling at 3U @ 32Ac; Middling at 33}c. Sugar—in good demand and prices firm; sales of fair at 10; prime to choice at 11} @ 12jfc. Molasses in good demand at full prices; sales of fair at 62c; pr:me to choice at 61 @ 70c. Freights and tonnage scarce and offering jrce. Cotton by steamer to New York lid- _ Commercial—Per Cable. London, Jan. 1. Consols are quoted at 90} for money. American Securities.—U»ited*sfates 5-20’s are Quoted at 72}. Erie Railroad shares at 40}. Illinois Centra] Railroad shares at 80}. , , London. Jan. 2, Noon. United States 6-20 bonds of 1862 opened this morn ing at 73. New York Stock market. „ New York, Jan. 2. Second Board—At the last Board Stocks were dull and lower. American Gold.1324 @12} U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons,. 1862. 106 @ 106} U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1861.105} q 1054 U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1865,.105| @ 106 U. S. Ten-Forties, coupons,.99? @100 Treasury Seven Three-Tenths, 1st series,. 101' :<£ 105 Treasury Seven Three-Tenths, 2d series,...l04j @ 105 Treasury Seven Three-Tenths, 3d series,.. 104J (gj 105 Missouri Sixes.95 Ohio and Mississippi Certificates,. 28} New York Central,.112* Erie,. 67 Hudson,.130 Reading.105} Michigan Southern. 83; Illinois Central,,.121} @ 122 Cleveland & Pittsburg,. 90} Cleveland & Toledo. 125] Chicago & Rock Island,.101 @ 104} Gold closed this afternoon at 13.'}. Boston Stock Sales at the Brokers’ Board, Jan 2. American Gold. 132} United States Coupons, Jan. 1: 2} “ 1881, (Coupons off,).... 1061 United States 7 3-lOths, 1st series. 105 “ small. 101$ u endorsed. 104j “ 2d series. 1 oil “ 3d series. 1044 United Slates 5-20s, 1865 . l»f.§ “ July, 1865. 101 U nited States Xen-lorties. 9! | Vermont Central 2d mortgage bonds. 4i] Western Railroad. 140 fSales at Auction.] Portland. Saco & Portsmouth Railroad. 99j Eastern Railroad. 107 Portland City Sixe.-, 1871. 96 OLD MACHINES ! Exchanged for the \l\v atna sew. ■ATI3 »I A <11 INKS, which have been prov ed to do the best ior Shoe Stitching, Tailoring, &c„ of any other in the world. Credit given to anv one who wants a Sewing Machine. Needles and Trim mings for all Machines. 1GG middle Street, Up Staii-s. TV. S. DYES. HOI-E AGENT. Dee 15 dcod lm CHARLES STAPLES & SON, Iron Founders, Boiler Mahers & Machinists. rpHE subscribers having rebuilt their Work Shops, A are now prepared to take orders lor Machinery and Iron 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 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 rales. Having a large and well equip ped Forge, can furnish forgings aud shapes or all kinds for Steamboats and Locomotive work such as Mhaffo, Crank*, PiNton KoiIm, Car nml Engine Axles and Shapes to pattern or draw ings, from 10 tons to 100 pounds weight. They are also Selling Agents for"MERRIMAN*S PATENT BOLT CUTTER, the best Machiue ever invented for the purpose, performing double the amount of work of any other now in use. FOR SALE, a 35 horse power Loromo* live* Boiler with new tube sheets and new set of tubes, in first rate order, and warranted safe with a pressure of 100 rounds 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. aud Brown’s Wharf, novlOe d3m Portland, Maine. It. A. of the I*. F. D. Annual Meeting1. THE Annual Meeting of the Belief Associa tion of the Portland Fire Department, will be held at the Chief Engineer's Office, (Old City Hall building,) on Wednesday Evening, January Ptn. at v| o’clock, tor the choice of Trustees and the transac tion of other business. Per order of the President. JOHN C. TUKESBURY, Sec’y. Jan 1 1867. dtd Miss L UCY A HENgEN, Successor to Mrs. A. Hawley, FASHIONABLE MAI« DRESSEB, respectfully informs the Ladies of Portland and vi cinity that she is now ready to attend to Shampoo ing, Dyeing and Dressing Ladies’ hair at the shortest notice, and will wait on all who may kindly tended her their patronage. All orders left at Hr. J. Part ington’s Confectionery Store, or at Miss L. A. Hen sen ’s residence, coiner of Mountfort and Sumner streets, will be punctually attended. dec21d2w* Holiday Presents! At Mrs. L. Walleer’8f36 Center St., OPPOSITE LANCASTER HALL, Hki. and Perfumery Boxes, Al bums, Work Boxes, Writing Desks, Portfolios, Eparian Statute*, WORSTED HOODS, BREAKFAST SHAWLS AND WORSTEDS, Together with alarge varioty of Dolls, Toys, &C-, 4c. Dec S—«od4w&wlt ^ Dissolution of Copartnership. VTOTICE is hereby given that the partnership late XN ly existing between Chas. F. Davis and Albert Stephenson, both ot Deer Isle, Maine,under the name and style of DAVIS & CO, Green’s Landing, Maine, was dissolved December twelfth, A. D. one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six, by mutual consent. All demands due said partners dp, and all demands on *aid partnership, a* shown by (heir books, will be tativos ^ Richards, Adams <s Co, or their repressn our hands and Seals this fourteenth day or-,Vocemb®r> A. D. 18C6. Si**ed, CHARLES F. DAVTS, [8EAL.1 QUmni v ALBERT STEPHENSON, [seal. Signed, Ellphalet F. Davis, Wm. M. Folsom. cSrlM1F1iv,i?.C0Sti?“e under the name and st?le of Lharte* F. Davis & Oo., to whom <01 demands should D&'s^-dUwSw CHABl£8 r- DAVIS 4 CO. WANTED. WANTED! - i A man to take the Agency ot Kinulow’* Pa- ■ teat C'lothcH Frame lor the State of Maine. Whole capital required notovev $500. Bu*inc« will pay $iOOO per Year. I Apply to or adarcsR M ENT, GOOD NOW & CO., Patent Agents, 10 Court Street, Boston, Mass, j dec 29 ulw Wanted Immediately t A First Class Lady Teacher! j To take charge of the English Department in a Seminary. Apply to D. C., Box 276, dc29aSw Saint John, New Brunswick. Wanted. A Furnished Room with or without Board, for a single Gentleman. Address “ G. B. L.,” Box 1717. dec 28 dlw* AGENTS~WANTED, For Frauk Uloerc’s New Work “WOMEN OF THE WAR,”; AGENTS will find this a hook of real merit and in- | triustc value— subject NEW—intensely inter esting and exciting. No Work ever attracted and engaged the public mind like this. Everybody wants I it. and thousands will purchase it as soon as an op- 1 port unity is all'ordod them. Read what Ageuts say of it. One experienced Agent writes: It is the easiest and pleasantest Book lie ever canvassed for; and says people are delighted with it, the Ladies especially. Another says: “Women of the War” is the book 1 of the season. Another, 137 Orders in Four Days. One reports 17 orders the first day of canvassing. Intelligent, active Males or Femalea will find the j sale ot this work a pleasant and lucrative employment. I This book has no competitor—it comes fresh and new I to the people. The territory is clean and clear.— | Agents understand the advantages in this particular. J For full particulars send lor Circular. Address C. A. CllAPIN, Phoenix Building, Room 13, Boston, Mass. decl7d&wlm Flour Barrels Wanted. ON and after January 2d. 1867, we shall resume the purchase of Flour Brls. FOR CASH, at the OUice of the Portland Sugar Co., 97 1-9 Danforth St. <lc27dlm J. B, BROVI N & SONS. Book Agents Wanted. FOR every town iu the State. For terms apply to i or address, J. PATTEN FITCH, dc20il2w* No 2J3£ Congress Street, Portland, Me. ( Flour Barrels Wanted! j WE will pay 30 cents each for first class Flour Barrels suitable fin sugar. LYNCH, BARKER & CO., novlSdtf 139 Commercial street. $5! Agents Wanted! $10 FIVE to Ten Dollars per day, by the Hartford Publishing Co. Box 1600 Portland, Maine. Portland Dec. 17 dim* Wanted Immediately. /YfN Good American, Nova Scotia aud Irish Girl9 to do housework, cook, $-c., in pri vate lawilies and hotels iu this city and country. Situations sure. The best wages paid. Atso 50 Girls to work in Factories. Farmers and others warning men for any work will do well to call on us, as- we will supply them free of charge. Address or apply at the General Agency Employment Office, Soli Congress Street, up stairs. COX & POWARS. sept2Gdtl lato VVH1TNE Y & CO. ————————————————* LOST AM) FOUND. Lost! A NOTE of $100, given to Wm. Cornish by O. F. Anunlton, with one endorsement!)!' $100 on the back. We warn nil persons buying said note, as pay ment has been stopped this dav. Jan. 1,1867—dlw * WM. CORNISH. LOST! A LARGE sized Morocco Wallet, containing two Railroad passes and a number of pai>ers of no use to any person but the owner. Any person return ing the same to this office, or C. R. Chisholm & Bro., 307 Congress Street, will be suitebiv rewarded. December 11. dtf BOARD AND ROOMS, To Let with Board. ALar'ie Front Parlor at 31 Free Street. Also Lodging Room with or without Board. Dec. 28 dlw* Canal National Bank. THE Annual Meeting ot the Stockholders of the Canal National Bank of Portland, for the elec tion of seven Directors, and for the transaction of any other business that may legally come betore them, will be held at 188 Fore Street, on Tuesday, the 8th day of January, 1867, at 3 o’clock P. M. B. C. SOMERBY, Cashier. November8. dtd Second National Bank. THE Annual Meeting of Stockholderspf the “Sec ond National Bank, Portland” for the election of Directors, ami any other business which may legally come before them, will be held at Nos. 188* anti 190 Fore street, (up stairs,) on TU KSDAY, 8th January next, at 3 P. M. W. H. STEPHENSON, Cashier. Portland, Dec 7, 1866. deSdtd Casco National Bank. THE annual meeting of the Stockholders of “The Casco National Bank of Portland” for the elec don of seven Directors, and for the transaction of any other business that may legally come before them, will be held at lflO Fore street, on TUESDAY, the eighth day of January next, at 3 o’clock P. M. E. P. GERKISH, Cashier. Portland, Dec. 7, 1866. dim “The National Traders Bank ot Portland.” THE Stockholders of this Bank are hereby notified that their annual meeting will l»e bel.l at their Banking Room No 21$ Freest., on TUESDAY, the 8tli day of January nex(, at 3 o'clock P M, to choose five Directors tor the ensuing year, ami to act on any other business that mav legally come before them. EbWAEb GOULD, Cashier. Portland, Dec 7, 1866. dc&ltd Merchants National Rank. THE Shareholders in this Bank are hereby notified tliat the Annual Meeting for the choice of Dircc- ; tors and the transaction of such business as mav le gally bo brought beiorc them, will be holden on Tues day, January 8tli, 1867, at 3 o’clock P. M., at the of fice now occupied by the Bank, No. 32 Exchange St. CHAS. PAYS ON, Cashier. Portland, Dec 7.1866. dc8-2awtjan8 Cumberland National Bank. THE Stockholders of the Cumberland National Bank ot Portland, are hereby notified that there will be a meeting of the Stockholders held at their Banking Room, on Monday, the 21st day of Jann -.ry, 1867, at 3 o’clock P, 31., for the choice of Directors, and the transaction ot any other business tliat mav thon come before them. SA3IUEL S3IALL, Cashier. Portland, Dec. 18, l»-66. dcciyfttd Cape Elizabeth Wharf and Marine ( Railway Company. Notice of the Anuanl Mee ting. T1IE Stockholders of the al» >ve Corporation are ‘ hereby notified (hat their Annual M< eting will j be held at the Counting Room of J. W. Dyer, Esq., on Commercial Street, on Monday Jan. 7th, 1>67.. at j 7 o'clock In the evening, for the purpose of choosing t rto Directoi s, Clerk and Treasunr tor the e suing year, and to act on any other business that may le- i gaily come before the meeting. LEMUEL COBB, Clerk. Portland, Dec. 27, 1866. dta* NEW storeT’ Entire Hew Stock ! 0. F. THRASHER & CO, ! take pleasure iu announcing to the citixens of Port land and vicinity that their now store NO. 4 FREE STREET BLOCK, will be opened THIS DAY with an entire new stock of foreign and domestic DRY GOODS purchased in New York anil Boston since tlie recent heavy decline in prices. The stock comprises every description of DMtUSS GOODS, such as BLACK SILKS, SILK AND WOOL POPLINS, ALL WOOL POPLINS, THIBETS in all shades, BARATHEA CLOTHS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, ALPACCAS nil shades j Also one of the largest assortments of HOUSEKEEPING GOODS ever offered in the market. We would call particular attention to our stock ot WOOLENS or Men and Boy’s wear, confident that the price, as well as the goods, cannot fail to please. j BK9KElUB£R THE PLACE ! C. F. THRASHER & CO., AT THE OLD STAND, No. 4 Free Street Block. decll 3w EXTRA INDUCEMENTS —TO— book CANVASSERS I ONE of the best selling Books ever offered to the public is now ready. Twenty .fire Thousand Copies ordered in , Poor Months! Agents are selling from Twenty to Fifty copies irjr week! Olio good, active Agent wanted in every townin Maine and New Hampshire. For circulars, terms, &c., address HAKTFOBD PUBLISHING CO.,' . Bor 1600. PORTLAND, ME. dec24eod2w* NOTICE. ALT, persons indebted to the late Dr. f Jharies W. Thomas, are requested to make irair,ediato pay ment to the undersigned, who is duly Authorized to collect the same. Office No. 188 Fore Street, over Oanal National Bank. House No. 55 Danlorth Street, corner ot'State GEORGE A. THOMAS. January l, 1867. eodlw lftEAJL ESTATE.

House for Sale, SITUATED on the coiner of Lincoln and Ander* eon Streets. It is a new house, one and ft halt' stories, with an ell—good well of water, &e. House nearly finished. Lot 30 by 00. Price & 1,000. Terms easy. Apply to • PATTERSON & CHADBOURNE, Dealers in Real Estate, “Morton Block,” de 29dlw Next above the “Preble House.” NOTICE. I will sell on ia?orable terms as to paunent, or let for a term of years, the lots on the corner ol Middle and franklin street?, and on franklin street, including tiiecorner ot franklin and fore streets. Apply to WM. HILLIARD, Bangor, or SMITH A REeD Attorneys, Portland. jyl2tt HOUSE AND Lot tor sale at Cape Elizabeth Ter ry,—house nearh new. Enquire ol A .P. COLE at the Kerry, or W. H. MAN Sl' LLD, Portland Steam Packet co. jul U dtf T70K MALE, in Gorimu, fifteen minutes walk X1 from the Depot, a nearly new, neat Cottage House, Bam and outbuildings,having all t*..e conven iences and in prime condition. 1. Is situated near a grove ami a si.ort ubtawce from the County read. Apply to J. E. STEVENS. Oorhara, July 17. First Cluss Houses for Sale. VA J E oiler tor sale the eight first class brick houses, YY recently built by us, situated ou Pine Street, between ulark and Carletm Streets. These houses are thoroughly built, with slate roofs, brick drains, and marble mantelpieces throughout.— They will be sold at a low price, and on very favora ble terms. Apply at our ollieo, No. 271 Dantortli St. J. B. BROWN & SONS, or WM. II. JERRLS, Real Estate Agent, opposite the Preble House. octol»er 1C, 1806. dtf House Lots on India St., for Sale. T7INQU1RE or CONANT & RAND, 153 Commercial Street, or on H. M. PAYSON, P< rtlaml, Nov. 21. 'dtf Exchange Street. Desirable Store Lots FOR BAlLE, W €091 ill £ U C I A li STREET. rpHE subscribers oiler for sale tlie lot of land on A the southerly side ol Commercial Street, hcadot Dana’s Wharf, measuring 72 by 150 feet. For fur ther particulars inquire JONAS 11. PER LEY, Oct lb tf_ or W. S. DANA. Valuable Beal Estate on Elm St. FOR SALE. A PORTION oil lie "D.U” Estate mi Elm Street, comprising over -hUdi) icci of land, together with Bin k Houses, stable &c. This property is lo cated on Elm and Cumberland streets ail susceptible of imi rovenient, amt has a front on Elm street oi*282 iccl. The above property is offered for sale either in por tions or collectively, on liberal terms. Apply to auff-’O— H_J OiiN C. FiioCTOK. ¥7*AS6.»I for 4nle. The subscriber offers his A taim for sale or will exchange ror city property. It is a hi st rate larm oi 111) acres, with a two story House, in good lepairund a new Barn with cellar, 40xi». There is a n. ver tailing supply ol good water and wood lot. Said larm is situakd on the road from S tccarappa to Gorham Corner, about one mile from the latter place. For further particulars apply to DOW & JOHNSON, Moulton street, or J. H. Cook, on the premises. jy*7-codtf FOR S A EE. Grove Idoll Farm • THE above Farm is situated on an eminence over looking the beautiful and thriving village ol Bridgton Center and within one half a mile oi the business portion, it is pronounced by all who have seeu it to be the best and most desirable 1 cation iu the County. It comprises llo acres, conveniently di vided into tillage, pasturage, wood land and timber land; cuts from 45 to 50 tons first quality of hay. The buildings consist of a two siory house, built in 185b, at au expense ol $3,»'00, witu barn and out buildings in good repair. For particulaiB apply to C. P. KIMBALL, or H. W. GAGE, (firm of si rout & Gage,) Portland, BEN JAMIN WALKER. Bridgton, or to the subscriber. RICHARD GAGE. Bridgton, Dec., 18CC. dec 2~t eod&wtf For Lease. THE valuable lot of land corner of Middle and Plumb Streets, for a term of years, l.uquire Of C. C. MITCHELL «.* SON, Aug. 28, lta-dll l«b Fore Street. House for Salo, No 32 Myitle Street. En Jjsiiil quire at No. 8 Central Wbarf. MelL July 12—dti Valuable Hotel Property for Sale. flNHE Oxford House, pleasantly situated in the vil 1 lageoi Frye burg, Oxford county, Maine, is ot- , fered tor sale at a bargain, ii applied lor soon. Tbe House is Urge, in good repair, witb lurniture and fix ures throughout, together with all necessary outbuildings. For full particulars iuquire of HORATIO BOOTHBY, Pioprietor. Or Hanson & Dow, 315 Congress st. Frye burg, Sep;. 2i), lBt$. dtf Farm for Sale. 1 WILL sell my farm near Allen’s Comer West brook, about three miles fr om Fort land, one mile from horse cars, and Westbrook Seminary. Said farm contains about 100 acres, part of it very valuable for tillage, and part oi ii for building lots. There is a good house, two largo barus. and out hous es on the premises. It will bo sold together, or iu lots , to suit pur id lasers CYRUS THU BLOW, sepll-dtf 1U5 Commer cial St. J CUT NOTICES. — ~~—- ~ -j Snow to be Removed from Foot way or Sidewalk. Sect. 60.—The tenant or occupant, ainl in case there should be no tenant, the owner, or any person having tlic care of any building or lot of land border ing on any street, lane, court, square or public place within tlie city where there is any footing or side walk, shall, a tier the ceasing to fall or any snow, it in the dav time, within three hours, and if in the night time, before ten of the clock of the forenoon, succeeding, cause such snow to be removed from such footway or sidewalk; an1, in uetuult thereof, shall forfeit and pay a sum not less than two dollars, nor more than ten dollars; and for each and every hour hereafter that the same shall remain on such foot way or silo walk, such tenant, occupant, owner, or other pei soli shall forfeit au l pay a sum not less than one dollar nor more than teu dollars. All persons are .hereby notified to govern them selves accordingly, as the above ordinance will be en forced. JOHN S. 1IEALD, dccledtf City Marshal. OR WORLDS SALVE Has been an oM family nurse for the twenty years, and known all around the world as the n.ost sooth ing aud healing Ointment iu existence. HdLISTlI’S ALL-HEALING OINTMENT Never Fails to (Hire. Salt II 1i t*n 111. Srrpfnln, Ulcer.* Small Pits. Sore Nipple** Merciiiial >oren, Kryaiurln**. j Carbuncle*. Porn*, Bunion*, ntid nil Huenm- i niicPniiH, drc iSrc. llenl* permanently Old j Korea and Freab Wound*. For Frnated l.iinb*, Burn*, or Pcaldi*. it baa no equul iu lb* World. UiVe it a trial. Price 25 rents. Sold by nil Druggists, j FIRST ANNUAL SALE ! Fancy Groods! ' - AT - Greatly Reduced Prices l DAVIS Ac CO., ,'lT . • lvJL Ia ' 1 -O. -A I Having determined 10 reduce (heir extensive stock of I LADIES’ Furnishing and Fancy Goods! will sell, until further notice, goods at from to 50 pci* cent* less than former Prices ! Please examine our prices ami be convinced. WE SIIALL SELL Good American Corsets for 9 .75 Ladies’ Cotton and Wool Ribbed Hose, .25 Children's all Wool Hose, .15 Best Shetland Clouds, 1.00 Ladies’ Hoods. .*5 Beautiful Breakfast Shawls from 1.75 to 5.50 Cue thousand Linen Collars for .10 Ladies Paper Goods of all descriptions. Rich Embroidered-C dlars at .25 250 Dozen Linen Handkerchiefs for 12* cents each. 500 “ “ “ extra. 17 “ “ 100 “ “ “ very tine, 25 “ *‘ Ladies’ Gloves, fleece lined, .25 I Children’s Gloves, fleece Lined, .15 BLACK KID GLOVES, 1.U0 Best French Kid Gloves, 1.25 A full assortment of GERMAN ZEPHYR WORS TEDS, Imported by us, and a superior article. Faus, Veils, Uniter Gni'inculs, Corset., every kind and size, and FAN0Y GOODS of a’l Descriptions. Anrxaminatiou nfthls branch will convince all that wc arc making prices very low. Dross Trimmings at,’prices to suit. VELVET RIBBONS, black and CQ*iored,in any width; by the piece wc make a discount. # f^tfAU our prices will provo to you beyond a doubt tjbat goods are sold here cheaper than elsewhere. $2^* Remember tho place, old stand of HERMANN OR UN TAL, now DAVIS & CO., No. lO Clapp’s Block, Coagrcii Street. January 1,1867. dtf Portland & Machias Steam Boat Company. THE Stockholders of the above named Company are horebv notified that tlielr Annual Meeting will bo held at tlie office of K.m X Slu r.liTnul* ».’» Commercial Streot, ou Tuesday tire 8th day of : January, 18 7, at 2 o’clock P. M., for the purpose of , choosing five Directors, and to transact any other bu , sineas that may come before them. To. oo WILLIAM ROSS, Clerk. | Pec. 28,1886, dtd INSURANCE. ~ A TLAXl'l C Mutual Insurance Company, 51 Wall St, cor. William, NEW YOKE, January, 18CG. Insures against Marine and Inland Navi gation Risks. The whole profits ol the Company revert to the Assured, and are divided annually, upon the 1’ivuil - ums terminated during i he year; and lor which Cer tificates are issued, beating interest until redeemed. The Dividend was 40 per cent, in each oi the years 1863-4, and 5, and 35 per cent, in 1866. _ The Company has Assets. Over Twelve Million Dollant viz:_ United States and state oi New-Yor k Stocks, City, Bank and other Stocks, $4 828.685 Loans secured by Stocks and otherwise, 3,330,360 Premium Noles aud Bills Receivable, Beal Estate. Bund and Mortgages and other se curities, 3 050.025 United states Gold Coin, ’ 30 460 Cash in Bank 310J650 •Pd,199,970 IRGSTEES' John D. Jones, Wni. Sturgis, Charles Dennis, Henry K. Bogett, W. H. H. Moore, Joshua J. Henry, Henry Coit, Dennis Per*ins, Wm. C. Pickeisgiil, Jos. Gallard, Jr., Lewis Curtis, J. Henry Buigy, Chas. H. Russell, Cornelius Grinuell, Lowell Holbrook, C. A. Hand. R. Wavren Weston, B. J. Howland, Royal Phelp9, Benj. Babcock, Caleb Barstow, Lie teller Westray, A. P.Pilior. R.,bt. B Mint urn, Jr, Wm. E. Dodge, Gordon W. 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 Denniq, Vice-President. W. H. H. Moore, 2d Vice-Prest. J. D. Hewlett, 3d Vice-Prest. J. H. Chapman,Secretary. Applications ior Insurance with the above named Company received and forwarded bv John W. Hanger, € a rrcapou Jen t. apl 4dlmeod9m& w6w SECURITY. CONDENSED STATEMENT of the Con dition I tlie SElUiilTY INSll UA \I K COMPANY of New York, on the brst day of November, 18CC, made to the State of Maine, pursuant to the Statute of that State. NAME AND LOCATION. The name of this Company is the Security In surance Company, incorporated in 1650, and lo cated iu the city of New York. CAPITAL. The capital of said Company actually paid up in cash is $1,000,000 oo The surplus on the first day of November, 1600, - - - ’ - - $451,3*4 58 Total amount ol capital and surplus, $1,451,384 58 ASSETS. Cash Items, t $315,308 42 United States Bonds, • 2*5,707 50 Slate, County and City Bonds. - to Bonds and Mortgages, .... 498,1*1 oO Inter, st accrued, bu'not due, - - 1 *,254 70 Unpaid Premiums, ... - 64,<>47 78 Special Loans, and all other Property, - 146,*72 93 $1,430,933 33 LIABILITIES. Ain't cf Losses adjusted, and due and unpaid, none. “ ** incurred, and in process of adjustment, .... $106,831 43 All other existing claims against the Com pany,. 36.729 04 Total amount of Losses, Claims and Liabil ties,.$203,560 47 Sta *e of New Yobk, I City and County ol New York,) "** A. F. Hastings, President, and Frank W. Ballard Secretary, of ihe Security Insurance Company, being severally and duly sworn, depose and say, and each ior himself, that t e foregoing is a true, lull and co.rect statement oi the affairs of the said Cor poration, and that they are the above described of fibers thereof. Sworn to before me, Nov 13,1866. THOS.L. THOUNELL, Notary PubUc. A. F. HASTINGS, President. FRANK W. BALL VKD, Secretary. Loring, Stackpole & Co, Agts, Office No. 117 Commercial St., dc20-eod3w PVBTLjIND. Hlarluc Insurance —ON— Ships, Barques, Briys anti Schooners! —BY— Ocean Mutual Insurance Comp’y, NEW BEDFORD. Pacific Mutual Insurance Comp’y, NEW BEDFORD. Aggregate Capital, $580,101,17 No extra charge fin* Cargoes Grain in Bulk, Coal, Salt, Iron, Copper Ore, Marble or Slate coastwise. We shall be pleased to secure a share of public patronage. Office 166 Fore Street, Portland. J. W. MUNGEB <& SON. oei6.eod8m n TEH GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. PROTECTED BY ROYAL LETTERS PATES*' SIR J AMES CLARKE'S Celeb fat cil Female Fills. Prepared from a prescription of StrJ. CluHe, M,l\, Physician Extraordinary to the Queen. This in valuable medicine is unfailing in the core <>l all those painful and dangerous diseases to which tne female constitution is subject, it moderates ah exce ls and removes ail obstructions, irom whatever cau-»», and a speedy cure may be relied on. TO MAltlUfciD LAD1G9 it is particularly suited. It will,m a lime short,briug on the monthly period with regularity. CAUTION. These Pills should not be take ,i by Females dvifna •he FIRST Til REE MONTHS of Pregnancy, as they arc sure to bring on Miscarriage, but at any other ltttie tin. y arc saje. lu all cases ol Nervous and Spinal Affections, Faint in the Back aud Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion, Palpitation of the Heart. Hysterics, and \Vl1ite3, these l'ills will effect a cure when all other mean > have tailed; aud although a poweiiul.remedy, do no t contain iron, calomel, antimony, or anything hurt 1 u 1 to the constitution. Foil directions in the pamphlet around each pack - age which should be car chilly preserved. SOLD BY ALL DRVQ(. IS IS. price $1 per bottle SPECIAL NOTICE. It is the fate q/‘every valuable Medicine to be Coun terfeited. Be cautious, therefore, and see that the tet ters “2’. A A/.,” are blown in the bottle, and that each wrapper bears the fae similes qf the signatures of I. C. Baldwin if Co., and Job Moses, Without which none are genuine. N. B.—$100 with eighteeu cents lor postage, en clo ed to any authorised Agent, or to ihe sole General Agent for the United States and British Dominions, JOB MOSES, 27 Cortlandt St., New York, will ensure a bottle, containing 5f> Fills, by return mail, securely sealed hum all observation. LIFE—HEALTH-STRENGTH. LIFE-HEALTH-S i'RENGTH. LI PE-HEALTH-STRENGTH. Hundreds and tLonsamls annually die premature ly* when, ii they would give the Great French Hem rfy, DR. JUAN DELAMARE’S CELEBBATED SPECIFIC PELLS. Prepared by Gauanciere A DtrpoNT, No. 2H me Lombard, Paris, from L e prescr.pliou 01 Dr. Jwui Delaiuarre, Ciliei PIrysician to tbe Hospital du Nurd ou Lar iiioisiere, a trial, they would Uuu imsMdk ate relict, and, in a short time, be fully restored to Health and Strength. It is used in the praeico o* many eminent French phydelans, w ith unilurm suc cess, and highly rec.nucuded as the only positive and Specific llcmeelu lor all persons suffering trow General or Sexual Debility, all derangement of the Nervous Forces, Melancholy, Spermatonieaa or Seminal Emissions, all Weaknesses arising Horn Sexual Ex cesses or Youtntnl Indiscretions, Loss ol Muscuiar Energy, Physical Prostrations, Nervousness, Weak Spine, Lowness ol Spirits, Dimness of Vlsl n, Hy sterics, Pains in the Back and Limbs, lmputency.Ae No language can convey an aducquatc idea of the immediate and almost miraculous change It produces, in the debilitated uud shattered system. In tact, it stands Unrivalled as an unfailing cure of the mala dies above mentioned. Sutter no more, but use The Great French ReneeIf, it will effect a cure where ail others foil, and, although a powerful remedy, comaius nothing hurtful to the most delicate coustii ution. Pamphlets, containing full particular! and direc tions for using, in Englisu, French, Spanish and Ger man. accompany each box, and also arc sent lice to anv address when requested. Price One Dollar i-er box, or six boxes for Fiv Dol lars. Sold by all Druggists throughout the world; or will be sent by mail, Securely sealed fr om all observation, by Inclosing specittsd price, to auy authorized agent Proprietors'General Agents for America, ©SCAlt G. MOSES & CO., 2T Cortlandt St., New York. W. F. PHILLIPS Sc CO., Portland, Wholesale Agent. Sold at Retail by every Druggist in Maine. June lSeodeowiwly NOTICE is hereby given, that the subscriber has been duly apisriutcd and taken upon U msr If the trust of Administrator with the Will annexed of the estate of EUPHALllT WEBSTER, late of Portland, in the County ol Cumberland, mer chant, deceased, and given bonds os the Ian directs. All persons having demands upon the estate ol said deceased, are required to exhibit the same: anil a 1 persons indebted to said estate are called upon to make payment to JOSEPH H. WEBSTER, ' Administrator with Will annexed. Portland, Dec. 18, I860. dec 21 uiawjw Bank Notice. THE following are the 1st and 2d Sections of an act of tlie Legislature, passed Fe b 20, lSUfi; “Section 1. In all cases where the liability of any “bank in this State to redeem its bills would expire “ill the year 1866, but lor tbe provisions of this’ act “such liability shall be extended until tbe 1st day of “March, 1867, except such banks as are now in the “hands of the Receivers.” “Sect. 2. The Bank Commissioners shall publish “m one or more newspapers nearest the place where “a bank is situated, ami in such other uewspaoers as “they may see ht, a notice of the time when die 11a bank will cease for Um redemption of its bills, said notice to be continued for three mouths “next bcioro the time named therefor.” >. The'fb,,1,ty °(}'!° ^Mowing banks to redeem their b Us, which would have expired in the veur lttti, and alter the passage ot this act is, by the first section of the act, extended until tho 1st day of March, 186l" ’n,oUSU9ta f°"? Reach Bank at Bath Bath Bank, at Bath. Lewiston Falls Bank, Bank ol Somerset, at Lewiston. x> , atSkowhegan. Marine Bank, Bank of Wintlirop, at Damariscotte _ at Wintlirop. Northern Bank. Freemans B k, at Augusta at HalloweU. Granite Bank, at Augusts.Oakland Bank, Duel-national Bank, nt Gardiner. at Portland. Orono Bank, at Grono. KendusLeag Bank. Skuwhcgau Bank, at Bangor. at skowhegan. A. C. ROBBINS, 1 Bank F. E. WEBB, / Commissioner*. Nov 23,18G6,_no28dlaw3ia To the Senate and House of Representatives in the Legislature qf Maine assembled: THE underslencd>the Directors of the Capo Eliza beth STEAM Ferry Company, respectfully pray that said Company may ic authorized to in crease its capital stock ; also to increase the rates of toll upon said Ferry to such auiouut as tee Legisla ture shall deem suitable. JOSEPH W. DYER, BENJAMIN W. fickett, „ CHARLES FOBES. Ftttlud, Dec., 1886. dec U d2»w3w entertainments. P. Y. M.C. A. COURSE LECTURES FIFTH l.EUTUBE In the Centrul Church, Friday Evening, Juu. Irb, —BY— C. K. Tuekerman, Esq., Of NEW YORK. Subject—Tile “Young c Risen," Evening Tickets 25 cents, to be ’had at the usual places and at the door. o'clock8 0pe“ at °* ’ °rg“ Con*«t 7 i Lecture at 7* iV’itev. Dr. STORKS will deliver the sixth lac ChuJhe8<toy J£vmin«'Jan- «“>. m the State street Limrcn.___ Jan203t Portland Theatre. Bidwell & Browne, l iiwn & Manager*. CONTINUED NOVELTY ! MONDAY EVENING, Dec. 31st, and every E vening during the wook. Engagement of the brilliant and accomplished Artiste Miss Rachel Johnson, supported by the talented young American actor Mr. B. MACAUBEY. During the week will be produced “Nell Cwynne,” “The Hunchback,” ‘Borneo and Juliet,’ ‘World nf Fashion,’ “BELLE OF THE SEASON,” “Lucrelia Borgia,» *«., g,., Ac. Grand Matiuea on (Tnesday) Hew Year's Day 15’“See Daily Programmes. decSldSt I. A. It. A. The Irish American Relief Assoeia’n will give a course of six: assemblies, AT MECHANICS’ HALL, Commencing Monday’g, Jan. 7 th, and closing with a GRAND BALL. Tickets for the Course, including the Ball, will be $5.00; Evening Tickers, $1.00; Ball Tickets, $1.50. Music by Chandler’s ftill Quadrille Bami, D. H. Chandler, Prompter. Dancing to commence at 8 o’clock precisely. Floor Managers—Thomas Parker, James Rooney James E. Marshall, Robert Dow, Patrick Me Cater ty William 11. Kelor. Messrs. O'Riley and Bodkin will take charge of the clothing. decZldtf Ocean Association, Ex-No. 4, WILL COMMENCE T11EIR Fifth Annual Course of Dances, - AT MECHANICS9 HALL, - WITH A - Ball on Thanksgiving Night! To be followed by Three Assemblies on Tuesday Nights, t Ball on Christmas Night* a ©rand I ire men’s Military and Civic Ball ou New Year’s Night* managers: President, EDWARD HODGKINS, Vh e-President, S, S. HANNAFOUD, Secretary, A. 11. JACOBS. Treasurers, F. J. BALLEY, R. D. Page,C. H. Phil lips, H. D. Tripp. S3F*Ticket8 for the Course $6; tickets tor each ol Che Balls $ 1,50; tickets for each of the Assemblies $1; for the Gallery 00 cents. To be obtained of the Man agers and at the door. Music by Chandler's Quadrille Band. D. H. Chandler Prompter. Dancing to commence at 8 o’clock. Clothing checked free. November 27, 1867. eoU5w Ho for a Sleigh ltide THE pionrietor Is now prepared with his B0AT SLEIGH “ENTERPRISE,” to carry parties in or out of the city at the shortest notice. On Wednes day and Saturday afternoons, (when pleasant) will leave head of State Street ar 2 o’cl<>ck, to carry chil dren aud others, at 25 cts. per hour. Children under twelve (12) years fifteen cents. N. S. FJSKNALD. Portland, Dec 19th. 1866. dc22dtf Jackson’s Catarrh SnufTI ELEGANT TROCHE aud 9NCFF Combined tor Coughs, Catarrh,Bronchitis, Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma, liad Hr eat h. Headache,&c. Instantly veileves annoying Coughs in Church. Cures Catarrhs positively wunout sneezing. Valuable ;o gingers, Clergy, Ac., clears ana strengthens the voice j acts quickly; pleas antly; j.ever nauseates* Prevent* facing coin from Skating, V< eel a res 1 Ac. Sold by Druggists or sent oy mail j*-.i En lose 35 cts to Hooper, Wilson 8t Co. («ept!V[.dt)uucl8,67) PHILADELPHIA. ! W. W. wmrPI,E, Ponlaml,Wholesale Agl. Boarding School THE La.lies nf the Congregation tie Notre Dame, beg leave to inform the public that they will re- j oj»en their Boarding School and Academy on the 2d Janurny, Stiff* J Whilst acknowledging their giatilnde to the in habitants of Portland for past lbvors and pahonage, they hope In tUtui e to merit a liberal shaic in the ta- ■ Vv*r ot the public. N. B.—For further Information apply to the Supe rioress, No. 64 Free Street. December 19. dJw Marbleized Slate Mantles! i i Superior in Apjiearance, More Du ruble and at Half the Price of Marble, j T. B. STEWART. t>©5 Sixth Arc. New York. I Send for Descriptive Cats ugue with prices. lmtlclS MAGIC HAIR i Restorative ! ! NO. '1, ; Will Restore Gray or I'aHed Bair to lie ! ORIGINAL COLOR, EITHER BLACK OR BROWN. 1 Strengthens the hair ami gives nour^oment to the roots. Makes the hair soft and moist. Prevents and cures Dandruft A S plendid Hair Dressing, PKOVED TO BE THE Best and Cheapest in the Market. MAGIC HAIR D Y E Has only to be applied to the Hair or Wlaskenaud the work is done; no w ishing. Cdf “ For sale by all Druggists. CHARLES NEW HALL, Proprietor, | octlSeod 47 Hanover st, Boston. 3m "VTOTlCEls her- by given, t’»at the subscriber hate , As be n duly appointed ami taken uiton hiniseli the 1 rust of Aduiiulstiator with tbe will annexed oi the estate of JOS1AH MILLIKEN, la e of Port ami, in the County of Cumberland, de ceased, and given bonds as th^ law directs. All persons havin'demands upon the estae ot said de ceased, are require J to exhibit the i-ame; :md all per sons indebted to said estate are calicd upon to make payment to SETH M. MILLIKEN, Administrator with the will annexed. PortlanJ, Dec. 4, 1866. dec2ld3\v* The Grothic Furnace I FIR Wood or Coal is the most powerful furnace In use, and has the most radiating surface. Judge Bullock of tho U. S. District Court for Rhode lslaud says “1 have used your furnace No. 10 two winters; iitis simple iu construction. 1 am entirely satisfied with it and deem it preferable to any hot air luinace I have seen ”. , ALEX. 11V, LESLEY, Mfr. 60.1 6th Aveuui, New York. A circular sent by request. dc25dlm FAINTS ASlT OILS. Drugs, Medicines, Dye stuffs, Wiudow Glass. AOESTS i-OR ’ Forest lliver A Warren Lead Co.'s | CRAFT. «r WILLIAMS, Nos. 6 and 0 Commercial Wharf, Boston. Peel—TnThStly A FULL SUPPLY Boy’s Clothing ! AT TUB New England Clothing Com, 28 Market Vqaare. de8dSm_ K. LEVEEN & CO. INDIA RUBBER GOODS. HAVING been burned out ol my Rubber Store, 147 Middle St., 1 would solicit tho trade of the citizens oi Portland and vicinity, tuntil 1 re-open)\o my he ulquarters, 85 Milk Street, Boston, I j where are kept every variety of goods made irom | | India Rubber compiisiug in part Rubber and Lenth- i er Machine Belting, Steam Packing, Gaskets, Kings, Nose tor conducting ami hydrant purposes, Rubber Clothing of every description, Combs! Ball.**, Toys. Under9heeiiug for beds in eases of sickness. Rubber Boots anil shoes, Tubing, Spittoons, Syringes, Gloves and Mittens, Elastic Kings and Bands, Piano Covers, Horse Covers with and without hood, Wagon Covers, Air Beds. Pillows, Cushions, and Lite Pre servers, Mechanics’ Anions, Rubber Jewelry, oi lieautiful patters, and all kinds ot iiubb r Goods that inav be desired, all of which 1 will sell at manufac \ urers Invert prices. Please forward your orders tor the present to __jul t3eodtf___85 Milk Street, Boston. OH and CAXDLES. Lard, spkbm and whale oil, OLIVE, ELAINE AND RED OIL, KEUOSENE AND MACHINERY OIL, 9PEKM & adamantine candles, a- soap, But sal. by HRADMIIAW & PATCH, aug 9 —6m No. 7 Central Wharf, Boston. Dental Notice l This is to Inform my friends and pat rons that I have associated with me in the practice ol Dentistry, DR. ALBERT EVAN., Formerly ot Bangor, a skillful dentist ot long expect •nee, and take pleasure In introducing and rscom mending him to them. Ether and chloroform admin istersd when desired. C. H. OSGOOD, No. I Clapp’s Block, Congress St, octt 03m then wtf ' AUCTION SALES. Sheriffs Sale. Cumberland, sa. ri^AKKN on a wilt, and will be sold at Public Auc« X tion by ronseut of parties, at store 01 Cl aw Brothers, Cumberland Mills, \\ etdbroos, on Friday, the 4th uay of January, a. D., lbi»7, at lu o’cux k A. M., the stock in *atd store, consisting in rait of Mo Ws Sugars, Teas, Spices, Flour, N'vgetabi », Pork, Beet, l*iah, Lard, Butter, Boots, Shoes, Glass. Clock W£18' aicaciucs, fancy iiooiin, Show co*o, barrels, Boxes, *c. Also one dark bay Horse, one Wagou and one Harness. LYMAN HALL, Deputy Sheriff henry bailey a son, jan2-(Jtd_ Auctioneer?*. Sleighs, Ptmgs, Robes, Harnesses, &c„ at Auction. ON SATURDAY, Jan. S, at U o’clock. A. M., on the New Market Lot. Lime Street, we shall sell an assortment of new and 2nd Hand Sleighs, Fungs, Harnesses, Robes, Ac., Ac. Parties wisniug to con tribute to this sale, will do so early on morning of sale. JauSdtd^ H. BAILEY A SON, Auc’f. Valuable Iteal instate at Auction* ON MONDAY, Jan. 7tb, at 3 o’clock P. M., on the premises, I shall offer for sale the valuable lot of land on Gongiess street, between the Amos Grover a, ,, 1 • f^'ilon mis, nearly oppoMte the - Lees Jones boarding house, knovs n us f he Randall pn p erty. It is about 65 itet ou* by 170 iect*'ccp. Ihere are two tenements on the lot, now remiUi; at about *030 per aimuin. It .s one of the most dcira bxe pieces ot prope ty In the market. Title clear. For parUculais and ) Ians call on I'm w » I LEY, Auctioneer, Office 17# Fore street, at Carter At Dresser s Book Slure’___dec31dnl C. IV. holmes' AUCTIONEER, 300 C ongress Sticet, ty Sales or any kind ot property In the City or vi cinity, promptly attended to ou the most tavorable terms. nevlduti DR. LAROQKAHS Pulmonic Syrup. Foil THE CURE OF Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Croup, Asthma, Catarrh, Iuilucn/a, J.rouchilis, Spitting oi iihsid, TlcUfisy, iuHj^mion oi the Langs or CBcsl, Tam iu tlic swuc, NigliTswocts, Ihuiscnj:**, Consumption in its early stages, ami uil Diseases vt tiu; Tinea*. uud Lungs. Tlus remedy is too well known ami too li/gblv es teemed t»» require comuicmluuou here. »trare* aided a iiccosaity in every JrouseLoln, ami is hcaihiy od h> the inediial (acuity, cJcrg. mcuoi every tlcmuui nalitn, mothers, edit*us, members or congress, uud many of our most thsungiushea men in public uud private ii/c. Oonghs, Odd*, Sore Throats, &c. Utter from Uon. It. W. Gooch, Member qf Conorett Massachusetts. Melrose, July lb lit A Dr. E. It. f.*lchits—Dear so • I liavc used Dr. farookuh’.s Syrup J it my family for six wars, uu«l hnve found it an c.v.cliciit*rcincdv mr Coughs, Colds, Sore iluoat* v ml ull consumptive oompluints, Ac. I have rocnminumicd it to several (Mends, wlio have received great beueiitsirom its use. Letter from a Well known Boston Vruyyist / twenty year8 txpe it:nee, and £ toward qj i/anover &tr**t M. E. Cnurch: UutrroR, March I), tMJR. Dr. E. It. Kxkhits: Having used LAiiOoEAU’.S PULMONIC Slitl'i* m3 sell and in ui) uinllv lor the i<ist six years, 1 am prepared lo my that il is su perior to any medicine 1 have ever known, ior llie positive cure oi coughs, coids, Sore Throat and all similar com plaints, a., i take cold very easily, 1 have had great opportunity’ to lest tlie virtcl’s or this valuable irnncny, and il lias never E.tlLt.n me vet, however vio»c»t the diartltfC. Hiving been 111 the Drug him ness ior over *0 years, 1 have hud good oi» fortuniueso. knowing tlie virtuesoi tkc .ariousmed gnessolu, and pronounce LAKDDlvAH’S SikUl*, Tin: LLsi' oi any article kykk presented to the ptthlic. lours, W. It. DO WEN, fO Hanover St. CKOUP. Mrs. J. R. Binoifl, 114 East 2&1 St., N. V., writes Oct.U, Uf4: ••Inuring winter three of my eiiil* (km wore attacked with croup, ami from the violeuco of the symptoms, they were pronounced to i>e in much danger. At the instance 01 our pastor, Kev. Mr. stiles, I tried Truookah's Tu'tiuonic syrun, winch promptly relieved them, and in a very short tape they entirely recovered. I11 gratitude ior the belie;.t con ferred, 1 cannot ledaui trour making this testimony public.” WHOOPING COUGH. E. W. M.1VKU01* Carldon, N. 1J., writes 7 Dec., HOW: “My son, nve years old, was .1 icvv months >:iico sintering greatly rrom WllUoHXU COUOU. 1 nev er saw a mor e «us;rcssihgcasc. i gave him Lirookab’s Tuliuonic syr up according to directions and soon bo gan to sco improvement. The <tough became easier— the expectoration freer. and iu two weeks me malady w as entirely overcome.” BRONCHITIS AND CATARRH. A. W. Harris, writes from whale-ship “Eldora1 do,” March ll. ictiils ••Having suiietea for tour }o.irs with Erouehiiisaiul Catarrh >11 then* most aggiuvai nig forms, 1 iod it. my duly lo state that 1 lis .o l*cou permanently cured by Hie use of larookaU'* TuU monteS\iup. Iliad i*id large sums lu ph)*:ciuiu» and for so caled Catarrah Remedies, but uuid L usod the Syrup 1 experienced no relief.” STITT ISO OF ELOOD. TmE CRIST. INFLA TION uF THE LUNDS, TAiN IN THE SIDE N1DJIT SWEATS, HOARSE NESS. Ac. From Rev. 1J. F. Dowlko, Manchoslor, 71. H.: ‘‘The bottle of J >r. InroolcilTs Tulmouic Svrup. you so kindly scut me, ha* been tried tor hoarWuo**, w it a Ve,^tK°** fur this i would coiiiidoidlyfucorn From liov. U A. Lamimikr, North Vt. ••! Iiave usod La rook ah’* Syrup, and >eel under obligu (ion frankly in acknowledge its excellence. While using your syrup. 1 liavcciyovol better health than I I had cn.»o>cd for ..ears. I ha.d had slight attacks «x I honr*cnes.> but the Syrup would socn remove it. ( 1 hud it is a mild and safe romody also in Spasmodic liilious attacks to which I am eonstitutionolly sals E. W. Field, Esq., writes from Virginia City, C'oloiado, Mart \ it, Pi’S; “l reel very grateful »«r having .arriokrth’s Tulmouic Syrup near me. im lungs l*c:ug weak mid demanding the most vigilant eilfe. I hoheve the Svrun thasuifsi 1'Oiuc.Iy iUffi'ul uinuiry LunipJoini* that ius evei been made avails* UiC to the aULcled.” CONSUMPTION WoxFv.urur, cum: of a child Two aku a Half A i: u;s uli*. Hunts:— My gtanddiihl, a Ail lie gin i*i 2 1-2 \eut* old, was taken sick in Pnrt'Tiid, Me., hi (famury, Xo one cOuM (ell what was (lie mutter'with her. lint she was much pnsscd i,r Ureal)*; hail a l*ar»l, tight cough; could not raise; her throat troubled hoi giantly; she seemed to I*c tilling u**, anil though attended by the best physician* m Portland, they could not help her, and she uccliucd; auditor some tlneo mouths was not expected to Jive. Her doctors, and at Jeng'h her fricuiis, gave up uli l***pes oi' her recovery. .She wan brought home to my house in lMdpsbtug, V..o. We tiled toil fiver oil. but thecKect seemed rather omyisile r'r*m go*\l. She now could not move her hamf, s'* i educed was she. i was inking iaroohah’s Svrup unite time, aud comment cd gtving it toher. and hi a week, she showod quite a change tor the better, and we continued giving it to her. she gradually improved, and is now a jiciuxUy health) child. People were astoiLshed to sco what eiVect the mcuicine had on this child, and to see her get well by ti e use of TarooUali** syrup, widch we believe to >*a the ln-st medicine for Pulmonary com plaints in the world. Louis, l£. I*AUAL»r.K, Phipshurg, Me. Space will i*cnuit the publication oi but a irtlie o the eortiikatcs which are constantly coining in irora all quarters of the globe. Patients will linu the most conclusive evidence of the value of this remedy, in a trii] of if, which will cost but a Hide, and widen may yield priceless results. fmge bottles $‘l,OA-mc<lium si.u> R3 confs. Pio uaicd by K. K. KaMIGHTS, M. Ll, chemist, .'delio>e, Mass., end sold by all druggists. Mr'Sol * by VV. F. Phillip* «x Co., W. W, V bipp'e SCo., J. W. Perkins ec Co, Port an Heoige O. oodwm <& Co, Bojloq, an l by all Druggist* and Aleichants. uo2 cudlLv. U Daily Press Job Office, 179 Commercial Street, EVERY DESCRIPTION 0» BOOK, HUB, & JOB PRINTING, Executed with Neatness and Despatch, Having complete'y refurnished our office since the tliest Kite, with all kinds of New Material, Presses, etc., we are prepared on (be short est possib.e notice to accommodate our friends and the public with Posters, Programmes, BILL-HEADS, CIRCULARS, Cards, Toys, Blanks, Labels, And every description ol Mercantile Printing, We have superior thcllities for the execution of BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, Catalogues, Jkc., Wbicb tor neatness and diBpatch cannot be surpassed ISP* Orders from the country solicited, to wbicb prompt attention will be paid. Dally Press Job Oliice 179 Commercial St., Portland, N. A. FOSTER PSOPR1BTOB M. %* T. V T. %* I. M I T I G~A TOR . \\TE wonIJcall llic -mention of all loa now com f V poiunl, never bciuro u:.croil to t'.o America* people. Iu r K'ur.l to this to-du me wo Khali *av but little. IW cotcs are too immoroua, and its quill riot are by well known. Siuce its discovery iu» cures in chronic ms well as acute cases, U proof titiHcieuC to tJi,'u»«u<.s who uavc used it 01 its power and suieri ority over allmediciuci now known iu America, wr the class oi discuses that ii is calculated to cure. Mansjleld’a Vegetable Mitigator Is entirely diilercntand unlike any rviher preparation in existence, uudoifly requires a trial to prove it wor* thy of llic lugU racoiajjjeudation we claiiu for it. Fro pared only by OR. \V. P. MAsSIhFIELD, P.rllaud, Me. PRICE AND CO CENTS, General Agency amPJAauiiue.ory No. il Groea St. Portland, Me. MANSFIELD'S VEGETABLE MITIGATOB MANSFIELD'S VEGETABLE M1TIUATOU MANSFIELD’S VEGETABLE .MITIGATOB MANSFIELD'S VEGETABLE MITIGATOB Cures Diphtherin, or Throat Disease; Biv.ncUitia: Fain.**many formi Fain, Swelling and Mtiiiucss oi ilie Fuiu or LuincuCdS iu the Buck, Breast or Side, eve., Ac. Iu Fewrs, i anker. Hash, Measles, Fever and Ague, its virtue ts ©Apcricjtccd to admiration, especially uiuOng children. It cares Cliclera, Crumps, old Ijl mious Sure* Sore-* exposed to Kilt water. Sprain*, Fioli wo.m t>,Dy.-eoicrryA>iarrlma. liulammatiou of the Bowels, Neuralgia, Gold* Sotli Ache, Burn* P.uus in the Stoiuuch, and dli uiSpbid conditions of the system. EP*" For internal and extern*) like, it is, in fact, the nioal eucciual family Medkibe now know n iu Aiucr k». atfjgYg cod.vwtm Oat Meal and kwheat! t?r\ DDLS. SUPERIOR NEWi HEAD-. .1V 7 -AO IL.rrel, Southern Buck J ust recoivea and for rule by CHASE BROTHERS, _ __ Ue.4 Lon, Wharf. Dec 18,1866.—T,T*S2ur