Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, January 8, 1867, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated January 8, 1867 Page 4
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>msotfllany. **t%rijgwoui Juateliota.” TUto clever parody on Dickens’ last Christ mas story lias already been noticed. We pre sent our readers with a specimen or two of its quality: Branch Line No. 1—The Man who runs the Machine. Yes, 1 am lie man who runs the machine. The machine is what u variously called the govern neut ol the United Slates of American Liberie. the Oon-sti-t u-utm. My l'U " » c Coirespondence, covering a of New Vert, the State ol New York, the Albany Evening Journal, and gcnerallv, the Institutions Founded oy Our Fathers to sav nothing ot our Foreign Rela tions, With Whom our lathers quarrelled ter ribly but towards whom I have always main tained a perfectly peaceful attitude. 1 rather niide myself on my peace, particularly the piece I speak now and then iu my library at home. 1 t o My F'liends, Neighbors, and Fal low Citizens in the Town oi Auburn.’’ 1 have spoken that piece several times to my son Frederick and his family, and they like it very much. I was born in the colony of New Fork, in the year of Our Lord 17<*1 (and ol the Inde pendence etceteia, no year at all, see appen dix,) and am now at the mature age ot one hundred and sixty-live years. We are a long lived family, anil My Uncle .Samuel, strange as it may seem, still survives me. I use the Diplomatic formula when 1 sav that my pa rents were poor, but honest. At an early age I went to school, where I Swung Round the Circle of reading, biting, and {tUimctiC'es pecially "riling, iu which 1 have been wonder luily proficient from my childhood. Abboi rent is anything approaching e^otism is, and always has been to my leelmgs, in tb a des patch embracing something ol My Own as well as Mv Country’s lnstoiy, the use ot the personal pronoun in the present and possea Sve case Is quite imperative. Most boys at school are taught to mind their p’s and q’s. I early learned the use ot my 1 s (and ears— excuse the joke) and my’s; and lienee they occur occasionally in my Diplomatic Despatch es, when they mean sometimes My Govern ment,or the Government oi the United States. From school F swung into Union College un der the proprietorship of the venerable presi dent who was then, and now is Nott. Then six months oi teaching in Georgia, where some of the earlier Governors ol that State were my pupils, and where 1 learned the art of pitching into the peculiar institution with out hurting the feelings ot any of my South ern blends—* matter which was of great use to me in after life, in tact irom the time when I entered upon Senatorial life all my pitclun" into the South has been in a purely Pickwickian sense, and no matter what 1 said in my speeches, i always managed my swing ing, socially, so as to swing lounu all the Southern Senators I ever knew (and I knew, and indeed, made pretty much all ol them) so that we were ever on tile best oi dining, win ning, and general whiskey drinking terms. Oi course 1 studied law—that is, I devoted my attention specially to international law to see how lar that interesting subject was likely to be atfected by My Diplomatic Correspon dence in luture years. 1 then settled in the town of Auburn, whose citizens I occasionally address In the person of my son Frederick, in the back parlor, or it the weather permits in the summer house, in my back yard. In the latter case the copy oi the speech which I leave in advance with the New lork papers, appears with the heading, ‘"My Speech, delivered on My Grounds to My leilow-Citi zens of My Auburn.” , . * * And 1 am the hist ana omy living man that ever succeeded in hoisting himseii by the waistcoat of his breeches. In 1844, to my great surprise, Mr. Clay, ami not myself, was nominated by My Party for the 1'residency. At that time 1 was only one hundred ar.d forty-three years o.d, and the history of youth is the history ot hope. 1 could wait. 1 have waited. Four years after, to my great surprise, My Party (the old Whig Pauy—"‘a poor thing, but mine own”) nomi nated. not Me, but ueneral Taylor, and by thunder, the most surprising thing of all, they elected him! Ithen waited till 1852, when My Parly nominated net Me, hut Geu-Scott I waited till 1856, and My Party nominated Gen. Fremont, and in I860, and again in 1805, not only My Party but My Own conventions nominated Mr. Lincoln. But 1 shall wait. And duriug Mr. Lincolns tiist term, as my little tea-bed and My Diplomatic Com spon dence show. I was virtually at the Head or My Government. * * * 1 may add that having long been the Telem actiu; of My Country, I have rather fallen Into ttiis style of writing for young people oi late, and have even used it in some ot My Despatches. It amuses l)a-a-a-rby and Mou slier very much, aud even the French Fuiper or, who seldom unbends, has been seen to smile over some things l have written about Mexico. Htianoh Like No. 2—The Boy of the Wigwam. 1 iUn tllO Hoy 01 tue W Igwam. i amine little Boy ol tue Wigwam. My paienls call me iiainiy ii&yinoud, but X always goes witb the 1’ubtio by tue name of tbe Hoy. i blacks aud licks tue boots, and blows tbe noses and wipes away tue tears of the wisitors. I am a contortionist I am ; I amuses tbe tellers what comes here by turning of my sett inside out and outside i a; I kin stand on my bead and my heels atone and the same time. Xhe Da venport Brothers isn’t a patch to me. Vy, only the other day X performed a trick which has paralyzed everybody witb wonder. I took a tureen oi Treasury soup and heid out at arm’s length, and at the same time repeatedly turned my self inside and outside of my rouuu about without spill in a diopot ibe soup or damagiu of uiyseii a tf.t, or makiu the slight est wrinkle in my coat. (Between us, I uad that ere garment made very loose, and split under the sleeves so as to tuiu easy. X am a very tunny feller, sometimes I am. The other day l inaue a tableau ot myself. You’d ought. er a seen me. It was a very ainusin thing. 1 was a slandin in Iront of the Wigwam a couniiu of the pennies which 1 had made by sellin newspaper—tor there is one paper which 1 gits lor nothin aud of which i sells several copies daily to tellers who write lor it, and Veteran greenies—as X was a say in, X wa» a couatin ot tue pennies wliith X had made, and was a standin with my lace to the Wig wam door so that no other Boy should catch a sight ol me aud play grab, when Wlto should 1 see a couiiu out of die Wigwam but the gieat Weeper. “Boy, says he in a voice ot thun ucr mixed with bit lei's and sugar, “look at them boots! X thought you cleaned them boots o'.f this momin'i" “Yes sir,' says X, a rodia my toogue, 1 knowed ivhat war a coimn. “ Yessir, so X did. ’ •* Veil,” says he, “Now you just git down and clean them yer hoots agin.'’ So 1 just drops down and war a bendin over, when I heard a step 1 knowd very well—a step behind nit—ana then X leit a kick that 1 lamwd still better. Old Thad, yer see, always wears square-toed boots, and he plants'cm tirm. aud tor an old man he do kick powerful strong. Now the Umbie Individual he pre tends not to see old Thad. He smiles blandly at nothing all ike while, only lookm down oc casionally audpinfiu out with Ids toe the po coouai spots mat needed extra touches. I didn’t turn round: and so old Tiiad he sent in a couple ot busters that lairly loosened evera hiiir in my body. "Boy, ’ he yowled, "look at my boots!’’ Now, exercisin one of the numer ous double facilties that I possess, I cast a look backwards at tue brogans that was at this time u playln like tbe walking beam of a ferry boat, in an iustan’ I perceived that somthin must be did. You will please to remember that oid Thad. he stood squaie behind me, a plunging away like mad. Without stoppin the hnal poiishin on the kips of the ’Umlile Individ, I simooltaneocsiy began operations on the gunboats ot Thai!—cleanin both pairs of boots at one and tbe sirne time! What m ide this teat more remarkable is the fact that old t had never stopped his kiekin for a minnil! Gentlemen. I thank you for the nickels, an' in return 1 will perform sevral of my most amoosin tricks. You see me hold myself out at arm’s length by the slack of the trousers. That’s nothin. It’s much easier to do that than to sell tbe Timm. You see me looking fore ways at onst. That's one of mv most eX traordinary tricks. Will any gen’leman Lie good enough to kick me ? I like to be kicked. So help me Boh, I like to be kicked. It hurts, but 1 like it. You perceive, gen iemen, that kiekin doesn’t altect me. I makes no com plaints. Even when I am kicked the worstest, 1 can smile and smile, and be a Little Villain. Kimball & Prince, DentiwtM. No. 11 Olapp's Block, Ooagreaa Street, O|,poi,itr Old City Hull, PORTLAND. MAINE. C. Kimball. D. D. 8. ocioeodtt Fred A. Prince. JOHN KINSMAN dealer r. N FIXTURES —AT— 25 Union St., PORTLAND Aiig 20 dtt Hoist tlie Flag I W Store Re-built ! jsrew Goods ! At 09 Exchange St., Jose’s Block. S. II. COLESWORTHY, INVITES Ms customers to tJic old stand now re nne 'itoct'of0t* 1,6 oa ^®°n<**lr’ *^°w tbsxn a i Books, Stationery, Paper flangings, ENGRAVINGS, Oval, and other kinds of Picture Frames, tve., with a good variety of Fancy Articles suited to the times and the Holfday* 0c22d3w 1 MEDICAL- _ . -V‘The wonrterlnl progress o( medical Sci during tin•peut nx .veals, only makes if I ossil'Ie lor the conscientious Physician i declare, now that, Consumption is as ruTAisi v cvitED as Intermittent Feter, ,nd asOEBTAJNLV FBLVKNTUI as Sma( p„»_cy,/». E. King. it. £>., L. h. II., etc. KINO’S PREPARED prescription, iMade fkom the Preschittion of Rev.Cha*. E. Kino, M. I). L. L. D., &c.l is confidently presented to the public for the Preven tion and cure of CONSUMPTION. tor the radical ‘curcot' A jTlIM^^blwNCHI'm. CATARRH.and all attectiousot ; e THROAT and AIR PASSAGES: for Oi neral and Siieclal derange ments o! the NEUV oCS SVSXEM: and for all t anc tional Disorder* of the Stomach and _ 11 immediately increases the strength anil deep®”* the color of the pale blood. It inbUncsthcthiUs and Never, and diminishes the Expectmaoun checks the -Night Sweats always in fourteen days. Thy appetite i-afoncejnvigoral^i and I lie parent rapidly gains toJ.i llie ,5 the the difficult breathing are s; eedOrrellereq.^c sleep becomes calm and M“ 553b oLsri'p™ARAWiTHAiE.U-lA ASTON 1SlTeSp1^WPTIOM should r^e Acf^t!f2K“‘-«rc^ l«vk» oS: wmMKEV *ScB Anti in every case, by whatever name kuiwmin which tuereiaexhibited any one or more ol the lolloping 8 X M M 9 : Difficult or Irregular Breathing, I-oss of breath, Pallffh wasting o« Flesh, Bleeding from the Lungs, Lobso|'Strength, Lossof Appetite, Gem ral Debility, Night Sweats, Flying Pains through the Shoulder*, ohe>t, Face or limbs, Nervous Headache, Nervous Pr.wtratiou, Giddiness or Dizziness, Excessive pale ness, Soro Throat, Drowsiness, Sleeplessness. Sour Stomach, Heart-Burn, Oppression or sinking ot the Stomach befoie or alter eating. Hemiitant Fever, &c. and especially in all Female Disorder or Uterine Ir regularities, such as Difficult, Patntul, Suppressed, Scanty, Excessive, Delayed, Premature or too Fre quent Menstruation. MtalemeutM frou Patients* “Your Prescription saved my daughter’s life, and has saved me hundreds ot dollars.*’—Rev. E. Hum phreys, lteinden N. Y. . , . ‘•We bless God lor the benefit we. have received from your Prejared Prescrip.ion.’*—Rev . P. Pikke gbin, Blosseburg, Penn. ‘•Everyone to whom 1 havo recommended i lias been bene fitted much by its use.”—Rev. C.D. Jones, Racine, Wis. „ _ , . , Bible House, Astoe Place, N. Y.,—lnthe early part of February, 1806,1 was sufiering trom a violent cough, for which 1 had’been treated, during the six months previous without any benefit. 1 bad Aignt Sweats which completely prostrated me. In the evening, hoarseness would come on, which would prevent me from sneaking above a whisper 1 had tiien had two attacks ol hemorrhage from the Lungs, My family physician assured me ho could do more loi-me, yet 1 was growing rapidly worse, and had been compelled to leave business for nearly two montiiB. All ray symptoms Indicated, unmistakably, the presen e of CONSUMPTION. lnthe beginning ot February Mr. Henry Fisher IVeaturcr qf the American Bibte Society, presented me with a bottle ot the Prepared 1’rescript!on. In a few days my appetite which I had entirely lost, returned; within a weak my cough almost left m ; and In less than two weens the Ntghi Sweat* were broken up. Thenceforward 1 regained strength rapidly, and am now regularly at enuiug to my duties aa clerk to the AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY. In whose employ ment l have been nine years, i am now enjoying good health Your PRESCRIPTION effected a cure when my friends despaired of my recovery. THOS.J CONGER. “1 have had Nervous or Spasmodic Asthma lor eleven years. During the last six years I have never had an uninterrupted nights rest. It often seemed to me that 1 would die before 1 could get air into my lungs. I was ha gard and spiritless, and suit red eo -reatly from shortness of breath’ that 1 was compelled to take frequent rests in walking from my residence to my place o» business. “The night before I obtained the ‘PREPARED PRESCR1PTON,’ was the worst 1 ever passed. On obtaining the remedy, I took a teaspoon nil at moon, and again at night, and slept all night without wak ing. I have not had a broken night's rest since. * * * * * I no longer look 'haggard,'have gained in strength and spirits, and am not at all alilicted with ‘shortness of breath.' I shall he gtad to have any one alilicted with Asthma call and see me. •EZRA C. DANGDON, No. 334 Fourth, St., N. Y. The ‘PREPARED PRESCRIPTION” is put up in a $1 bottle, and is sold by W. F. Phillips, Port land, Wholesale Agent. Sold at Retail by every Druggist in Maine—Druggists Generally. Orders may be addressed to the sole Proprietors, OSCAR G. MOSES & CO., 27 Cobtlandt Street, N. Y., Consultation Free. Circulars containing particu lars of many cases successfully treated, will be sent free by mail. June 18 eod & eow DR. LAROOKAHS Pulmonic Syrup. FOR TIIE CURE OF Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Croup, Asthma, Caturrli, Influenza, Bronchitis, Spitting of Blood, Pleurisy, Inilumution of tho Lungs or Chest, Pain in the side, Night Sweets, Hoarseness, Consumption in its early stages, and all Diseases of the Throat and Lungs. Tlua remedy is too well known and too highly es teemed to require commendation hole, it if regarded a necessity in every household, and is heartily endors ed by the medical faculty, clergymen of every denomi nation, mother*, editors, members of Congress, and many of our most distinguished men in public and private life. Ooughs, Golds, Sore Throat*, 4o. Letter from Um. JD. W. Gooch, Member qf Congress Massachusetts. Melrose, July 191860. Dr. E. R. KxififVTS—Dear Sii • X have used Dr. Laruokab’s Syrup in my family for | six years, and have found it an excellent remedy iur Coughs. Colds, Sore Throats, i nd all consumptive complaints, «Vc. I have recommended it to several •ttoinls, who have nx civod great bcueiitsifom its use. Letter from a well known Boston Druggist (f twenty years expet tenet, and steward qf aamcner Street M. E. Church • Boston, March 9,18C5. Dr. E. R. KxitifiTfl: Having used LAKOoKAH’S PULMONIC SYRUP my sell and in my family for f ho jisist six years, 1 am prepared to say that it is su perior to any nusiidtic I have ever known, tor tho positive cure of Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat and all similar complaints. As X take cold very easily, 1 have had great opportunity to test the virtues or this valuable remedy, and it lias ncAr failed me yd, however violent the disease. Having been in the Drug business for over 20 years, I have liad good op portunities of knowing the virt ties of the various med icines sold, and pronounce LAliOOlvAH’S S YUUP, mi: best of any article ever presented to the public. Yours, W. R. BOWEN, 8C Hanover St. CROUP. Mrs. J. R. BriffitS, 114 East 23d St., N. Y., writes Oct. 9, IfcGi: "During last winter three of my chil dren were attacked with Croup, and from tho violence of the symptoms, they were pronounced to lie in much danger. At the instance of our past or. Rev. Mr. Stiles, I fried Luookali’s Pulmonic Syrup, which promptly relieved them, and in a very short tape they entirely recovered. In gratitude tor the bcneiit con ferred. I cannot refrain from making this testimony public.” WHOOPING COUGH. E. W. Mayer of Carle to*, N. B,, writes 7 Dee., 18GU: "My son. live years old, was u tow months since suffering gready from WHOOPING COUGH. I nev I cr saw a more msticssingcase. 1 gave him Lorookali’s Pulmonic syrup according to directions and soon be Sn to *oc improvement. The <;ough becamo easier— o expectoration fr eer, and in two weeks the malady was entirely overcome.” BRONCHITIS AND CATARRH. A. \V. Harris, writes fromwliale-ship “Eldora do,” March 11. lcfO: “Having suffered lor four years with BrtmcHUis and Catarrh in their most aggravat ing forms, 1 reel it my duty to state that 1 have been permanently cured by the use of latookah’s Pul monic Syr ui>. I hail paid large sums to physicians and for so cal oil Cat arrah Remedies, but until I usod the Syrup 1 experienced no relief.” SPITTING OF BBOOD, PBEURISY, INFI/A TION OF THE BUNGS, PAIN IN THE SIDE NIGHT SWEATS, HOARSE NESS. Arc. From Rev. B. F. Bowles, Manchester, N. II.: ‘•The bottle of Dr. Barookali’s Pulmonic Syrup, you so kindly sent me, has boon tried for hoarseness, with very good results; for this i would eouiidently recom mend it.” From Rev. B. A. Bamphkr, North Hero, Vt. “I have usoil Ba rook ah’s Syrup, and fool under obliga tion frankly tn acknowledge its excellence. While using your syrup. 1 have enjoyed better health than I had uijo.scd foi ycuts. I have had slight attacks oi hoarseness, but the Syrup would soon remove it. I liiul it is a mild and safe remedy also in Spasmodic Bilious attacks to which I am constitutionally sub ject.” K. W. Field. Esq., writes from Virginia City, Colorado, ATarc'i 11, ltt!3: “I ieel very grateful for having iaurookah's Pulmonic Syrup near me, my lungs being weak and demanding the most vigilant care. I believe the Syrup t lie surest remedy for pul monary Complaintsthalhasever been made availa ble to the AUliclod.” CONSUMPTION Wonderful Cure of a Child Two and a Hale Vlads Oli>. Gents;—My grandchild, a lit tle girl of 'l 1-2 years old. was taken sick in Port’aud, Me., in January, lfcUa. No one could tell what was the matter with her. But she was much pressed for breath; had a hard, tight cough; could not raise; her throat troubled hoi greatly; she seemed to be idling up. and though at tended by Uio best physicians in Portland, they could not help her, and she declined; and foi somc tinco months was not expected to live, llcrdoctois, anil at length her friends, gave up all hopes of her recovery. She was brought home to my house in Pliipsburg, Me. We trial Cod fiver Oil, but tlio effect seemed rather opposite from good. She now could not move her liana, so reduced was she. 1 was faking iarookuh’s Syrup-fcl the lime, aal commenced giving it to her, and in a week, she showed quite a change lor the belter, and we continued giving it to her. She gradually improved, and 4s now a perfectly healthy child. People were astonished to see what onset tlie medicine had on this child, and to see her get well by the use of Barookah’s syrup, width we believe to b? the best medicine for Pulmonary com plaints in the world. Vouis, JL£. BARAIiEE, Pliipsburg, Me. Space will permit the publication of but a tithe o the cert ideates which are constantly coming in from all quarters of the globe. Patients will lind the most conclusive evidence of the value of tliis remodv, in a trial oi it, which will cost but a triile, and which may yield priceless results. Barge bottles $1,Oil—medium size 50 cents. Pre nared by F. R KNIGHTS, M. D., Chemist, Melrose, Mass., end sold by all druggists. BfeTSoiiby W F. Phillips &, Co., W. W, Whipple & Oo^J.W.Perkins & Co, Portland; George C Goodwin & Co, Boston, and by all Druggists and Merchants. no28eod&wtl PMJ\*0-F0H TE. INSTRUCTION RIVEN on the PIANO 1 FORTE, by Miss AGUES McC’LOED, 4*17 Cengrcn Street. January 4,1S67. _Jaddtf OYSTERS ! WILLIAM h. dabton, \ Vi,18 8,*2res’ No5- 231 & 233 Congress Street, near fnmvalsorNj-V l<V'1**'» constantly receiving fresh t'Ihm m «n°ik an<1 v irKi'iia Oysters, which he serreTupta an y rf^16 gaUu“-* «l««rt or bushel, or January 5,1887. dtr Marrett^Poor & Co., Having taken (lie Chambers 311 CONGRESS STREET, ADJOINING MECHANICS’ HAM,, Are now laremred to otter their friends and the tmb lie a Jurpc an<l well aborted stock of * CARPETINGS! Paper Hangings CVRTAIN GOODS, &c., Purchasers off he above goods arc rospccttully invi ted to examine our stock which is New, Clean and Desirable. jySOdti 0^“s°nd your order* for Job ’Work to Daily t*re» merchandise. $8. CHEAP COAL l $&• j vifrE can now offer uic*CBK»TJWTC®^ j W at *8.00 per ton, delivered at anyJJJJJ city. Also for sale at the lowest market price, Old CO. SUGAR LOAF LEHIGH, Per FnrwacM and cook Stoves, Jsks’l While Adh Sinmond, *eS A.h, Which are free of all impurities and very ^ (irgojust landed, fresh mined, for Blacksmith use. Lehigh Lump, for Foundry Use! purchasing. HARD AND SOFT WOOD Delivered at any part of the city at short notice. Randall, McAllister & Co., No. 60 COMMERCIAL ST., oc25dtt n Head of Maine Wharf. White Pine Lumber! 350,000 5SSBS55SWS 1 Inch. 7 126 M Dry. 600 M Dry Pine Onto. SO M 2x4 Spruce Joist. 40 M Dry Pine Deck Plank. 1000 M No 1 Extra Cedar shingles. For sale by O. W. COBB & CO., , decUdlm 272 Commercial Street, Portland,Me. Forge Coal. NOW landing from sehr. John Crooker, 368 tons prime CUMBERLAND COAL, ft. m the Midland mines. It is fresh mined, of extra strength, and just tho nr tide for heavy work. Also Uie usual variety of Anthracites, via 1— Ltliiun—Huioigb, Lehigh Nav. Co’s. Hazelton and Sugar Loaf. W u it i: As n—Locust Mountain, Julius’ and Broad Mountain. BudAsu—New England &c. JAMES H. BARER, acpHdtfItlciiardson’s Wharl. Southern Pine. ABOUT UO M very superior Flooring and Step Boards now landing at Custom House Wharf, and for sale in lota to suit purchasers. Apply to C. M. DAVIS & CO., 117 Commercial street. Portland, Nov. 21,1886. nov23dtf Coal, Coal, CoaL JUST RECEIVED and for sale by the undersigned at their Wharl, Cor. Franklin Whirf A Commercial 8t, 275 Tons Hazel ton Lehigh, BROUN AND BOO SUE. 300 TONS LOCUST MOUNTAIN EGO AND 8TOTE BUB. 300 TONS LOBERY, Free burning and VERT PURE, and all kinds White and Bed Ash Coal. These Coals are oi the very rest quality, and war anted to give satisfaction. ALSO, GOO cords ol best quality of HARD and SOFT WOOD, which we will 'sell at the very lowest prtoe and deliver it to any part oi the city at short notice. tyilive ns a call and try ns. S. ROUNDS & SON. Jan 15th—dtf Southern Pine Lumber WTE are prepared to execute orders for SOUTH. VV ERN PINE LUMBER, by the cargo, deliver ed with dispatch at any convenient port. RYAN Si DAY1S April 17—dtf161 Oommaroial 8t. Saint Louis Flour! I CHOICE New Wheat Family Flour of the meat celebrated brands. T. Harrison A Co., Plants. Eaglr, Brilliant XXX, Dictator, Tragical, Amaranto, Whitmore, FOB SALS BY Churchill,Browns & Manson augTdtf Trinidad Molasses. ■i PA BHDS. PRIME QUALITY TRINIDAD lOU MOLASSES for sale by LYNCH, BABKEB A CO., nov23dtf 139 Commercial Street. s—-a—, Lea Sc Perrins’ CELEBRATED Worcestershire Sauce! PRONOUNCED BY C«na«iiaean To be “Oalr Good Sauee!” And applicable to EVERY VARIETY or DISK. BXTSACT of a letter from a Medical Gentleman at Aladras, to liis Brother at Worcester, May, 18S1. “Tell Lea <s Ter rtns that their Sauce M highly esteemed in India, and is in my opinion the moot pal atable as well as the most wholesome Sance that is made.” The success of this most delicious sod unrivaled condiment baring caused many unprincipled dealers to apply the name to Spurious Compound*, the pub lic is respectfully and earnestly requested to see that the names of Lea & Frantss are upon the Wrap per, Label, Stopper and Bottle. Manufactured by Ml ft PEBBfKS, Worcester. John Duncan’s Sons, MEW YOKE, Agents for the United States. oc!7dly CHRISTMAS -AND MEW YEAR’S. AS THE HOLIDAYS ABE APPROACHING P. M. FROST Has a fresh Stock ol Kid Gloyes To Offer at Low Trices I 300 Pm. of World-renowned Trefoume, »t only 91,30 300 Pm. of Clothilde, at only 1.00 IVo. 4 Deering Block, CONGBE88 8TBEET. Dec 22—d&wti nAXSOl? <ft WINSLOW’S Steam Mills, Iron Foundry, —AND Plough Manufhotory, WE would Inform the public that we are prepar ed to tarnish Castings of every description to order at short notice. We now have on hand an as sortment oi Window Weights. Sled Shoes and other castings. Of* We are prepared to furnish Castings for Rail Rood Companies and Ship Builders. Also,' Planing, Jointing, Matching and Sawing promptly done J. W. HANSON, C. C. WINSLOW. 96 York 81., Bead of Smith’* Wharf. Jse 1—dtf ANNUAL SALE -OF CORSETS. We atoll, m Mwator, December 17 th, commence our yearly sale of CORSETS, To Continue Thirty Days l —AT A— V cry Large Discount . FROM FORMER PRICES. Onr present stock of Corsets, comprises a great va riety In both style and finish. L. R FOLLETTE, 331 CONGRESS STREET331 _C«r» Tolasan Place- dclSdlm Oil. and CAIDLES. lard, sperm and whale oil, OLIVE, ELAINE AND RED OIL, KEROSENE AND MACHINERY OIL, SPERM & ADAMANTINE CANDLES, Jt SOAP, For sale by BRADIHAW * PATCH, aag»—8m__No. 7 Central Wbarl, Bostop. Marbleized Slate Mantles 1 Superior iu Appearance, « More Durable and at Half the Price of Mprble. \ T. B. STEWART. «®3 Until Are. R«w Ynt. Send for Descriptive Catalogue with prices. UndcW ■ jWo tice to Land Solders, Mr. O’DTJROCHER. Builder, b prepared to take , contracts tor building, cither by JOR or by • -MAY WORK. Can famish First Cuss taoriunen , and material of all description. Residence, AMERICAN HOUSE. ... India Street, Portland. Augast lith. 1E6G r.ugTO—tf Portland Laundry. “• r"“ biSS WSS fe3C5b~*B*4fK ssiBssassts »*r£j£ thus awnured be is now prepared to d?'^SSS3|! MISCELLANEOUS. R K M O V A I. • -; E. T. Elden & Co., Will Remove to their Wew Store Wo. 5 Free Street, And will Open on Monday, December 10th, A Large Aasortmr At of Kicli and Low Priced DRESS GOODS. AMONG WfclCH MAY BE FOUND Black and Fancy Silks, Thibets—all shades, Plain and Figuared Silk Poplins, Ottoman Cloths, Plain, Striped and Figured Wool Poplins at Very Low Prices, Alpaccas, DeLaines, Prints, <&c. A FULL ASSORTMENT OF HOUSEKEEPING GOODS. Shawls, Silk Velvets, Cloths, and Cloaking Goods I One Price and Wo Variation S Lace*, Embroideries, Hoiiery and Gloves at Astonishing ly Low Prices ! . MOURNING GOODS, Of every Description. We shall make a BIO BREAK IN PRICES, and Bargains may be expected! SEWING MACHINES. t&**A Full Assortment at all times ol the Celebrated GROVER & BAKER, Manniacturing an i Fami ly Sewing Machines, and Machine Findings, at Manufacturers’ Prices. Every Machine Warranted to give tratia E. T. ELDEST & CO., Dec 10—del —* 3 FREE STREET. RETURN -OF THE ROYAL lASLRAALK COMPY, Of Liverpool, England, For the Tear 1866, IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE STATUTES OF MAINE. 1. State the name of tho Company? Koyal Insurance Company. 2. Where located? Liverpool, England. 3. When Incorporated? 13th June, 1845. 4. Amount of capital? £2,000,000. Subscribed for, (1,922,300. £ ad. 5. Amount of capital actually paid in?,.. 288,845 00 00 S. Number of eharee, and par value of each? 90,116 Issued to public, £8 each paid. 7. Amount of fir* risks outstanding? About. 102,802,000 00 00 8. Amount of marine risks outstanding? No marine business. 9. Total amount of outstanding risks? 10. Amount of United States stock or treasury notes owned by the Company? State amount of each kind, and par value and market value cl each. Far Value, Market Value, ahftn*l por ahnTP (71,000 United States 6 per cent, stock, 1867. loo 1254 11,960 09 00 75,960 do 6 per cent, stock, 1868. 100 124 12,081 16 07 60,0.0 do 6 por cent, stock, 1871. 100 97 8,110 05 07 282,000 do 5 per cent, stock, 1874.100 94 41,220 17 02 26,000 do 6 por cent, stock, 1881. 100 104 0,900 00 00 II Amount of State stock? State amount of each kind, and £77,878 00 01 par value and market value of each. None. 12. Amount of bank stock? State amount ot each kind, and par value and market value of each. None. 13. Amount of railroad stocks? State amount of each kind, and par value and market value of each • As per memorandum A attached hereto. 166 232 09 02 14. Amount of railroad bonds? State amount of each kind, and par value and market value 01 each. £40,000 Oreat Railway Bonds................ 100 100 40,425 00 80 15. Cash value 01 real estate owned bv the Company?. 185-859 14 uo 16. Amount of cash on hand, and in Bank of Liverpool?. . 3u’476 09 10 17. Amount of cash in hands of agents and branches?. 5l’924 05 lu 18. Amount loaned on mortgage 01 real estate?.27JS00 00 00 10. Amount loaned on eollaieral ? On Lite Policies, with personal and other securities 49 020 09 00 20. Amount loaned without collateral? None. 21. Amount of all other investments? *As per memorandum U attached hereto (61,740 01 (77 22. Amount of all premium notes on risks terminated? None. 23. Amount of borrowed money, specifying collaterals given for same ? None. Total........ £1,281,09!! 18 00 24. Amount of losses due and unpaid. None. 26. Amount of lomoa aad unpaid V* Houe 26. Amount of loseos reported, upon which the liability of the Company is not determined?. - £204011202 Included in amount mentioned in reply to question 34 ’ 27. Amount of all other claims against tns Company? Unc laimed divl tllSnclH....... £i,7n 07 ciii I Duty collected for Government not yet due. .£17 936 01 09 i 18,661 66 03 26. Amount of cash received tor premiums on lire risks,. ’ ’ 414 733 13 00 2». Amount of cash received for premiums on marine risks V No marine business. 30. Amount of notes received tor premium on lire risks? None. SI. Amount of notes received for premiums on marine riskB? None 82. Amount of cash received lor Interest?. .... 01100 19 nr, 33. Amount of income received irom all other sources? Including £55,000 Life Profit fia'145 11 ni 34. Amount of fire losses paid last year? Including amount stated in reply to question 2C 3ib’ol0 00 00 85. Amount of marine losses paid last year? No marine business 36. Amount of dividends paid last year?. 47 877 10 no Amount of income tax paid on same?. 797 19 ru 87. Amount paid for expenses 01 offlcO?-... 11 713 oo 01 38. AmoMV ofother axpeuditurca?.... j.i"" " . 10A657 09 07 88. Amouatrecelved In cash tor lire risks not terminated? About... 374 530 00 00 40. Amount required to reinsure all outstanding risks? About... lgl’m 00 00 41. Amount of premium notes on risks not terminated? None. 42. Amount of delinquent notes not aharged to profit and loss? None 43. Highest ruts of Interest received? 8 per ceut. 44. Hipest rats of Interest paid on money borrowed? None. so. How wy shams of capital stock are pledged to the t 'ompany? Nona 46. Balance to credit of profit mid lost account? This Is In aitifltion to £116 913 02 10 Beoerved Fund, making, together,.213,190 10 03. J q. 077 n 47. Balance to debit of profit and loss? None. • . u‘ 00 “> tUe C*vm itock m owlwd by Company, or not subscrib 48. What amount of the capital consists of the Stockholders' notes? None. •Bbuenadsu A Referred te ill Reply to Question 13. £9,069 North Union Hallway A Stock.loo 218 1 Part 7.000 South Eastern Ballwsy u per cent, preference stock,.. 100 U5| J 31,226 02 03 RjSS»^^ry^rr,:.-tock::::::^ $ J ;3120S” iaiaKaKferifesr.!^::::::::.IE 2«? , 2.000 Usnoasier a Carlisle Q preference stock,. 100 %s } 27,069 18 06 880 £90 shares Merthyr, Tredegar and Abergavenny Itailwav,.. 20 21 i 8*0 10 do do do do do 10 lM { 26,220 00 02 X>S£SS"ih^‘??BaUw*yHl>ercent-Pre,teence»t<>ck 95? I 26.000 Birkenhead BaUway stock.loo 88J J 67,011 09 08 •Memorandum R Referred te in Reply to Question 31. *n<ki’232 02 Details of Sundry Investments, Bonds, &c. 28,444 03 01 10,000 00 00 19,511 15 08 7,474 18 10 5,000 00 00 95,750 00 00 11,1*8 11 10

2,115 11 04 5,080 12 05 13,302 02 08 kJLtiUitu'm «t ^ .......... mgl'02 03 * £651,740 01 07 STEPHEN HIGGINSON, Agent and Attorney, 1 AND 3 KILBY STREET, BOSTON. ty The subscriber baa been appointed Agent of the above Company for this City, and is prepared and lolly authorized to take risks on Buildings and Merchandise against loss or damage by FIRE. The Company, as will be seen by the published Statement, has large means, and is entirely reliable, and losses under Policies issued here, will be adjusted liberally and paid promptly. Apply to NATHANIEL F. PEERING, Agent, OFFICE NO. 19 FREE STREET. Portland, January 1,1867._ _ Jan2d3w BAA STATE LUMBER DEPOT, Office, No. 441 Tremont St., Boston. rr\HE undersigned have established in connection with theirwell-known “Hair State Moulding Manu X FAOTOBY” an extensive yard for the purchase and sale of Lumber, giving especial attention to SEASON ED HARD WOODS and now otfer tor sole a large and well-selected Stock of Black Walnut, Cedar, Cherry, Oak, Ash, Maple, Sycamore, Chestnut, BuUernui, Whitewood, Ac. In Boards, Plank. Joist, dec., to which they respectfully invite the attention of purchasers. Also common and Hard Pine, all qualities, rough or dressed for Floors, Sheathing, &c. Spruce Floor Boards worked and kiln-dsled, ready for Immediate use. Our fiwilittes for supplying the wants of Builders are unsurpassed, and parties at a distance ordering by mall, by giving reliable reference, can depend upon having their orders iglled in a satisfactory manner—thus saving the time and expense of a visit to the city, gar Rosewood Veneers, Slabs and Logs of any desired quality, at less than New York prices, nice List or Mouldings, Lumber, Doors, Brackets, &c., furnished on application. Address orders and comgnunlcations to JOSEPH F. PAUL & CO. Nov 29—eod3m Another Change of Ba»e ! Back to the old Middle St. Stand ! Boots, Shoes and Rubbers —AT— OLD TIME PRICES!! G. 91. ELDER Begs leave to inform his friends, customers and the public generally that having rebuilt bis store at NO. 93 huddle street, is now prepared to sell at prices lower than the low est all qualities and descriptions of Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, &c. Repairing done as heretofore, and all descriptor, 0, work manulhctured to order. nov2Tjtl Philadelphia Oak Tanned Leather FIRE HOySE ! Military, Masonic ^nd Firemen’s ECfcUH^jCE^TS I Messrs. John T. Shaw & Co., after having been out of Federal street, July 4th, naye resume^, business In the room over the store or J. 'BEWK8BURY & CO., oornxe or UB AND TORE STREET*, OPPOSITE THE MEW CITY MARKET. Having prepared a stock of Oak tanned Leather in Philadelphia, they at* now ready to execute all or dm for Philadelphia Oak Tanned Leather Wire Engine Hose, Double fl*.d single riveted, and of all sizes, as used on Steam Ffce Engines, Hand Engines, Steamboats and Fores Fvjxnps. 'Cities, Towns and Corporations % <tn to 3 supplied with a strong and durable Hose, war ranto d equal to any mads elsewhere, and on as rea sonal ilf terms. N. B,—Eire Backets. Spanner Belts, Flexible Pipe*, Knapsacks, CaArldge Boxes, Pistol Holsters, Ao., mads to order. Couplings, Pipes and Mozzels ty alsbed and How repaired, novlTdgm A WO. 1 SPOOK. C OTTON ! 7 CENTS A SPOOL t - AT — DAVIS & CO.’S. jail dti Oat Meal and Buckwheat! BBLS. SUPERIOR NEW OAT MEAL. tiU JO Barrels Southern Buckwheat, dust received and for sale by CHASE BROTHERS) Head Loug Wharf. Dec 18,1866.—T,T&S2w Store to Let. THE GOTHIC STORE on Congress Street, op posite Lafayette Street. This is one of the best stands lor the Orscery Buwiuenn in the City, having Lad a large trade for the past ten years. Apply to S. L. CARLETON, jan 1 dg dtf 27 Market Square. A FULL SUPPLY -OF Bo y’s Clothing ! AT THE New England Clothing Com., SIS market Square. dcSuSm. _E. LEVJEX & CO. TKe Oothic Furnace! Fir "Wood or Cool is the most powerful furnace in u» |. and has tlis meat radiating surface. Judge Bulloc. t of the U. S'. Dtetriet Court for Rhode Island says “ 1r have used y<mr ihniace No. 10 two winters: it is su siple in construction. I am entirely satisfied with it and deem it preferable to any hot air furnace I have ween”. • ALEX. m. LESLEY, mfr. HI an Arena., New Yark. A c ircular sent by request, dc26din} MISCELLANEOUS ~VINELA2Uj7 Farm AND FRUIT UANp»,ln.,niM.nd Uealthftd climate. Thirty mllea south ol Phil, adelphia, by Railroad, in New Jerscv, un the same line oi latitude an Baltimore, Md. . . The soil is rich aud productive, varying from a clay to a sandv loam, nuitahle tor Wheal, Crass, corn Tobacco, ifruit and vegetables. TIiIh is a greatJtnu Country. Five hundred Vineyards and Orchards have been planted ot't by experienced fruit growers. Gra]>es, Peaches, Pears Stc., produce immense prof i 3, Vineland is already one of the most beautiful places iu the United States. The entire territory, consisting of titty square miles of land, is laid out upon a general system oi improvements. The land isonly sold to actual settlers with provision for public adornment. The place on account of its great beauty, as well as other advantages, has become the resort of people of Louie. It has increased five thousand Seople within tha past three years. Churches. Stores. chools, Academies, Societies oi Art and Learning, and other elements of refinement and culture have been introduce!!. Hundreds of people are constantly settling. Hundreds of new houses are being con structed. Price of Farm Land, twenty acre lots and upwards, $25 per acre. Five and ton acre and Vil lage lots for saic. Fruits and Vegetables ripen earlier in this district than in any other 1 reality, north of Norfolk, Va.Im proved places for sale Openings lor all kinds oi business, Lumber Yards, Mauuiactories, Foundries, Stores and the like; aud Steam Power with loom cau be rented. For persons who desire mild winters, a healthful climate, and a good soil, in a country beautimlly hn prov d. abounding in iruits, and no:? sensing all other social privileges, in the heart of civilization, it is worthy oi a visit. Letters answered, aud the Vineland Rural a papei giving full information, and containing reports oi So lon JKob nson, sent to applicants. Address CHAS K. LANDIS, Vineland P. O., Landis Township, New Jersey, From Report of Solon Robinson, Agricultural Edi tor of the Tribune; *‘lt is one of the most extensive iertile tracts, in an almost lovel position and suitable condition for pl&isant farming that we know ot this side of the Western Prairies.* sept!3dAwCm 37 Please Bead this Attentively! Brize Egg Beater* PATENT JUST ISSUED. THIS EGG BEATEttismade ot Steel wire rolled flat, to give it a sharp edge. The wire is spring temper, 1 oing tempered with oil. This gives tough ness and elasticity to tho Beater, and ease to the op erator. The shank is tinned together solid, and the wholo is thoroughly made, and will not wear out or break, with any lair usage, The elastic loops readily accommodate themselves to any dish. The subscriber liavine purchased the patent right of Maine to this great invention, offers tho State tor sale by Counties, and asks immediate attention to it. W. A. HAND. To be seen at Inyentob’s Exchange. decttdlm__ “furniture —AT— REDUCED PRICES — FOR THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS The undersigned will sell from their EXTENSIVE STOCK - OF — Furniture GREATLY REDUCED RATES ^ -FOR CASH. George I. Burroughs & Co. octl2dtf NEW FIRM I ROBINSONKNIGHT I CLOTHING! We have taken the store 288 CONGRESS STREET (Opposite the Preble House) Where we have a new stock of CLOTHING —AND— FURNISHING GOODS ! The stock embraces FINE, MEDIUM and LOW PRICED CLOTHING, made up in the most iashion able style. A large assortment of the newest styles of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS is now on hand, deed dtf J. & C. J. BARBOUR, Manufacturers and Bctailers of Boots, Shoes and Rubbers, NO. 8 EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND, ME. Ladies’ and Misses’ Serge and Calf Basis. Men’s Fine Cnif and Thick Boots. Boys’, Youths’ and Children’s Boots and Shoes. Robber Boots and Shoes of all kinds. OAK AND HEMLOCK BELTING. LACE LEATHER. MOLASSES HOSE, ENOHE HOSE RUBBER BELTING, BUBBER PACKING. Rubber Clothing, Rubber Hose. JOHN HARBOUR. C. J. BARBOUR. E. R. BARBOUR. nov2ti dti Great Fall in Furs ! FROM AN ASSIGNEE’S SALE of new and elegant Furs in Boston, BOUGHT FOR CASH, And can be told . CHEAPER than at any other store. Hudson Bay and American Sable! Nice Grey Squirrel Setts, $13.00, former price $16.00# Silk Velvet Hoods,Beaver trimmed, FOR $4.00, and other Goods in proportion. SHAW BROTHERS, OPPOSITE PREBLE HOUSE. dec22 dtf Paints, Oils1 Varnishes, &c. FICKETT & GRAY OFFPB FOB BALE AT IHEIB STORE, No. 187 Fore Street, WHITE LEAD, Foreign anil American Zinc, Lin seed Oil, Coach, Furniture and Florence Var nishes. Japan, Spirits Turpentine, French Yellow, Venetian Ked. and a full assotment of Paint Stock of eVery description, Window Glass, Sheet Lead, and i Lead Pipe. Agents for Gardner’s celebrated Copper Paint for vessels* bottoms. All orders for Painting executed at short notice and satisfactorily. January 1.18C7. dtf GENTLEMEN WISHING Clothing Cleansed / AND REPAIRED, Cannot find a place whore it can be done more to their satisfaction than at No. 20 Temple Street, Second Door from Congress st. sar^Every Garment will receive prompt and fiutli fulattention. Ladies’ Sacqucs ! CLEANSED IN FIRST CLASS STYLE! I3T- Give me a trial and I will endeavor to please. ('IIABI.ES n. MAHONEY. {^-Highest Cash price paid for cast-off Clothing. Nov 21—d3m___ ECONOMY AND COMFORT. KEEP OCT THE Cold, Rain, Wind and Dust! And prevent tbe rattle of Sashes with BRADSTREET'S Improved Rubber Moulding UPON YOUR DOORS AND WINDOWS. Will save 50 per cent, in Fuel, and last a life time. Simple, Cheap and Durable. The beat a gather Strip Railroad *•*.. opposite Preble g3^*Agentv Wanted. decMalta* “Short l>resses.” LADIES will find the most convenient and ex peditious wav of making Walking Dresses is to sbr.* "skibt maiaar*' Jan 1 dtt __** Brown Street. Notice. THE undersigneil having purchased tho Bakery, &c., of Mr. R. Kent, will continue the BAKING BUSINESS AT THE OLD STAND, NO. IOT FORE, COK. VINK »TBKKT, Where we shall be haapy to see our old etxstomers, anci^as many new ones aa fsffi October 1,1806. du' The subscriber having disposed of his Bakery to Messrs. Pearson & Smith, wnul.I^rerlMlyjecom mend them to his former patrons, being assured that, from their well known reputation, they will continue the business acceiitably. . .. . . , „ 1 And he will take this opportunity to gratcluUy ac | knowledge the many fhvors bestowed upon him by I “* Ptttr°“ fOT mttD7 year>- REUBEN KENT, i October l, 1866. dtf MEDICAL. DR. J. B. HUGHES CAS DIE KOUSD AT HI* PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, No. 14 Preble Street. Near Ike Preble Haase, W he c*n *» eonanllkl primely, anil with v.,’ ■?*, utmost I'onttitenre l>y the alllU toil, at toT?HUA,“dta“,AM.t»»P.M. .(Hi. inn ,ll0R8 who are suffering under the ai*a**. whether arising Iron, nlS^ihhsenl S1 the terrible viceot sell-abuse. Demoting hia entire tune to tbai particular branch ot the mSfca1 proleashm, he feel. warranu.-l in Ul An ANIEEING A vOBJt is all Casks. whether of long standing or recently controcted, entirely removing the dregs ol disease from the system, and' making a*per fect and PERMANENT CUBE. musing a per He would call the attention of the afflicted to the tact of his long-standing and well-earnad reputation furnishing suiiicient assurance of his skill and suc cess. _ ('nation to the Public. Every intelligent and thinking person must know that remedies handed out tor general use should have their efficacy established by well tested experience in tho hands of a regularly educated physician, whose preparatory studies lit him for all the duties he must fulfil; yet the country is flooded with poor nostrums and cure-alls, purporting to be the best in the world, which are not only useless, but always iRjurious. The unfortunate should be particular in selecting his physician, as it is a lamentable yet incontroverti ble met, that many syphilitic patients are made mis erable with ruined constitutions by maltreatment from inexperienced physicians in general practice; for it is a point generally conceded by the best syphilogi a phers, tluit the study and management of these come plaints should engross the whole time of those who would be competent and successful in their treat ment and cure. Tho inexperienced general practi tioner. having neither opportunity nor time to mak hiraself acquainted with their pathology, commonly pursues ono system of treatment, in most cases mak ing an indiscriminate use of that antiquated and dan gerous weapon, the Mercury. Have Confidence. All who have committed an excess of any kind, whether it be the solitary vice of youth, or the sting ing rebuke of misplaced conli deuce in maturer years, SEEK FOB A£ ANTIDOTE IN SEASON. The Pains and Aches, and Lassitude and Nervous Prostration that may follow Impure Coition, are the Barometer to the w'hole system. Do not wait for the consummation that is sure to fol low: do not wait for Unsightly Ulcers, for Disabled Limbs, for Loss of Beauty and Complexion. Hsw naay Thounandn fan Testify to T^kis by Unhappy Experience! Yonng men troubled with emissions in sleep,—a complaint generally the result of a bad habit in youth,—treated scientiflcally and a perfect cure war ranted or no charge made. Hardly a day passes but we are consulted by one or more young men with the above disease, some of whom are as weak and emaciated as though they had the consumption, and by their friends are supposed to have it. All such cases yield to the proper and only correct course of treatment, and in a short time ore made to rgoice in perfect health. Middle*Aged Men. There are many men of the age of thirty who tgre troubled with too frequent evacuations from the blad der, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burn ing sensation, and weakening the system in a man ner the patient cannot account for. On examining the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often be found, and sometimes small particles of semen or al bumen will appear, or the color will be of a tliin imlk ish hue. again changing to a dark and turbid appear ance. There are many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which is the SECOND STAGE OP SEMINAL WEAKNESS. I can w air ant a perfect cure in such cases, and a frill and healthy restoration of the urinary organs. Persons who cannot personally consult the Dr., can do so by writing, in a plain manner, a descrip tion of their diseases, and the appropriate remedies will be forwarded immediately. All correspondence strictly confidential, and will be returned, if desired. Address: Next door to the Preble , _„ _ e. BT Send a Stamp lor Circular. Electtc Medical Infirmary, TO THE LADIES. DR. HUGHES particularly invites all Ladies, who need a medical adviser, to call at his rooms, No. 14 Preble Street, which they will find arranged for their especial accommodation. Dr. H.’s Electic Renovating Medicines are unrival led in efficacy and superior virtue in regulating all Female Irregularities. Their action is specific and certain of producing relief in a short time. LADIES will find it invaluable in all cases of ob structions after all other remedies have been tried in vain. It is purely vegetable, containing nothing in tlio least injurious to the health, and may be taken with perfect safety at all times. Sent to any part <M is, N. B.—Ladies desiring may consult one of their own sex. A lady of experience in constant attend ance. jaul.l8G5d&w. CHEROKEE PILLS7 j Or Female Regulator, Cure Suppress*-1, Excessive and Painful Menet- nation, Green Sickness, Nervous andvpinal Af fections Pains in the Rick, JHck Headache, Giddiue**, ami all dis eases that spring from irregularity, by removing the cause and all the effects that arise from It. They are perfectly safe In all case*, ex cept when forbidden by dit ec I tiona, and are easy to administer, as they are nicely euqar coated. They should be in tne hands of 1 every Maiden, Wile, and Mother I in the land. f Ladies can address us in perfect confidence, and state their com* plaints in full, at we treat all Ji-znale Complaint*, and prepare Medicines suitable for ail diseases to which they are subject—Thirty-two page pamphlet, | In a sealed envelope, free. The Cherokee rills are sold by all druggists at $1 | per box, or six boxes for $5; or they are sent by . mall, free of postage, in an ordinary letter, free from observation, by addressing the sole proprietor, Dr. W. B. MERWIN, 37 Wilkw 8t.( N. T. t N. B.—Cherokee Pills No. 2 sro prepared for tpecial cases, when milder medicines (all; these j are sent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of $& the price of bom. Db. WBIQHT’8 REJUVENATING ELIXIR, Or, Essence of Life, Cures General Delility, Weak nee*, //yeternes in femalee. Palpitation of the Heart and , all Nervous 'Diseases. It re- i stores new life and vigor to the j “ " ageu, causing me noi Diooa or A# fhe Phenix lists youth to course the veins, res SSISZ ttli torl-a th. Orgn«,<rfV'n.r* xx &&-z>uiz ttsszsasisas: ate the system and and full vtaor, thus proving a overcome disease. perfect uEiistir of Love” re moving Sterility and Barrenness in both K«ea. To the young, middle-aged, and aged, there Is no greater boon than this ** Elixir of Life.** It gives a new lease of life, causing the weak and debilitated to have renewed strength and vigor. Price, one bottle |2; three bottle* $5; sent by express to any addreaa. Our medicines are sold and recommended by all respectable druggists in every part of the civilized . globe; some unprincipled dealers, however, try to deceive their customers by selling cheap and worth less compounds in order to make money. Be not deceived—ask for these medicines and take no others If the druggist does not keep them, write to us, and we will send them bv express, carefully packed, free from observation, wf will be pleased to receive letters with fhll statements In regard to any disease with which ladles or eentlemrn are afflicted 'Address all letters for medicines, Dfmph* it**or advice, to the sole proprietor ^ L S-. W. S. HER WIN, 37 Walter at.,N, Y. MEDICAL ELECTB1CITT DR. W. N. DEWING, Medical Electrician 174 MIDDLE STREET, Nearly Oppealte the Called State* Hetel WHERE he would rcspectlully announce to citizens ot Portland and vicinity, that he a permanently located In this city. During the three years we bare been in this city, we hare cured some ot the worst torus of disease in persons who hare tried other forma ol treatment in rain, and curln? patients in so short a time that the question is often asked, do they stay cured? To answer this questioi we will lay that all that do not stay cared, we doctor the second time without charge. Dr. D. has been a practical Electrician for twenty one years, and is also a regular graduated phvsici.i, Electricity is perfectly adanted to chronic diseases is the formal nervous or sick headache; neuralgia u the h8ad, neck, or extremities; consumption wlict in the acute stages or where the lungs are not lull, involved; acute or chronic rheumatism, scroftila. hi; diseases, white swellings, spinal diseases, curvature ol the spine, contracted muscles, distorted limbs, palsy or paralysis, St. Vitan’ Dance, deafness, stam mering or hesitancy oi speech, dyspepsia, indiges tion, constipation and liver complaint, piles—we cur* every case that can be presented: asthma, bronchi tis, strictures ol the chest, and all forms of female complaints. By Electricity The Rheumatic, the gouty, the lame and the lazv leap with Joy, and move with the agility and elastic ity of youth; the heated brain is cooled; the frost bitten limbs restored, the uncouth deformities re moved; faintness converted to vigor, weakness to strength: the blind made to sec, the deal to hear and the palsied form to move upright; the blemishes ol youth are obliterated; the accidents of mature liie prevented; the calamities ot old age obviated and an active circulation maintained* LADIES Who have cold lianas and feet: weak stomachs, lam and weak backs; nervous and sick headache: dizzi ness and swimming in the head, with indigestion and constipation of the Dowels; pain in the side and back; leucorrhcea, (or whites); falling of the womb with in ternal cancers; tumors, polypus, and all that Ion? train of diseases will find in Electricity a sure means of cure. For painful menstruation, too refuse menstruation, and all ol those long line of troubles with young ladles, Electricity ts a certain specific, and will, in a short time, restore the sufferer to the rigor of health. TEETH! TEETH! TEETH! Dr. D. still continues to Extract Teeth by Elec tricity without pain. Persons having decayed teeth or stumps they wish to have removed for reset ting he would give a polite invitation to call. Superior Electro Magnetic Machines lor sale for family use, with thorough instructions. Dr. D. can accommodate a tew patients with board «nd treatment at his bouse. Office hours from 8 o'clock A. M. to 12 M.; from 1 to 6 P. M., and 7 to D in the evening. Consultation free. novltt IMPORTANT to LUMBERMEN -AND Owners of Hemlock Lands! THE AMERICAN PATENTED IMPROVEMENT TANNING COMPANY, of Now York, own the exclusive right in the I'nlted States for the manufac ture of an imperishable "EXTRACT” from Hemlock Bark for tanning purpose*. The Bark Extract is now extensively used aiuoug Tanners, and the de mand lor it rapidly increasing. 11®**“*“*®“! * tead.) sale in the Boston! New York and Philadelphia mar kets, at sixtv cents per gallon. The appliances tor manufacturing are simple and not expensive, costing “"SuteSorathan iheordmary VacGsu.eJbvTan nera Bv this process, 1J cords ol Bark maybe re i to concenuate the ontire strengtlt into I e,rtv gallons of extract, without in the slightest Ue groo injuring its tanning qualities, and at a cost not i exceeding one dollar per coni. The saving in freight alone, between the transportation of the Extract and the bark, will range from six to eight dollars per cord, so that any one who may get ont but three hundred cords of bark per year, may save from two thousand to twenty-five hundred dollars in the difference in freight. Tlie Company does not propose to sell Territorial rights, but will grant exclusive privilege to mnnutke ture in certain localities, charging a small royalty per gallon on the amount mantuketured. The Company will send competent men to superin tend the construction of the works, where parties de sire to enter into the business, and to instruct in the manufacture of the Extract. As a guarantee of success to parties entering into this business, tho Company will contract to take all the Extract manufactured under their process at fitly cents per gallon, delivered in Boston or New York.' Parties in Maine desiring further information at to terms. Cgc., may call upon or address CHARLES HALE, General Agent for Maine, 24 Maine street, Bangor, where models of the apparatus mav be seem novisdsm s. h. Kennedy; Prest, UAiUtOAUS. Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. CARBYtSO TUB CANADIAN AND UNITED STATIN mails. Pn.M'U.rrs ll.okrd lo Luuilondrri, nnA Liverpool. Kclum Ticket* grained at Kcduml Kale**. The Steamship Hibernian, Captain Dutton, will sail from this port tor Liverpool, SATURDAY, 12th January, 1887, immediately alter the arrival of the train ol'the previous day from Montreal, to be follow ed by the Belgian on the 19th of January. Passage to Londonderry and Liverpool, cabin, (ac cording to accommodation) $70 to $80. Steerage, $25. Payable in Gold or its equivalent. 0rFor Freight or passage apply to H. & A. ALLAN, No. 3 India St. Portland, Nov. 28, 1888. Jan7dld GRAND TRUNK RAILWAyT Ut Canuda. Alteration of Trains. WINTEK ARRANGEMENT. SfflEF'1" and .tier Monday, Not. 12,1W0, IW»|traina will run as follows:— \ir.‘hD-IV,r|n0fctV’am and Lewl**n>n, at 7.40 A. M. Mall l rain tor \Naierville, Bangor, Gorham, Island Pond, Montreal aud Quebec ut 1 lu l* M This train connects with Express train for Toron to* Detroit and Chicago. Sleeping cars attached trout Island Pond to Quelle and Montreal Train lor South Paris at ?.Oo p. m. No baggage can be received or checked after the time above stated. Trains will arrive as follows:— From So. Paris, Lewiston and Auburu, at 8.10 a m From Montreal, Quebec, A:c., - - 1.46 t. 5 The Company are hot responsible tor baggage to any amount exceeding $D0 in value (and that person al) unless notice is given, and paid tor at tbo rate ut one passenger for every $5bo additional value. C. J. Bit I'DtJES, Manajinu Director. II. BAILE Y, Local Superintendent. Portland, Nov. 2, 1888. dtf PORTLAND* ROCHESTER R.R. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. i Tfflffaiifc.Ti On and after Monday, Dec. 17, 1866, trains will run*as follows: Frirfeugor trains leave Saco River for Portland at 5.30 and 9.00 A. M., and 3.40 T. M. Leave Portland tor Saco River 7.15 A. M.t 2.0 < and 5.45 P. M. Freight trains with j assenger cjt attached will leave Saco River for Portland. 6.50 A. M. Leave Portland tor Saco River 12.15 P. M. Hr~ai»gos connect at uorinun tor West Gorham, Blandish, Steep Falls. Baldwin, Denmark. Sebago, Bridgton, Lovell, Hiram, Brownlield, Fryeburg, Oouway, Bartlett, Jackson Limington, Cornish,Por ter, Freedom, Madison, and Eaton, N. H. At Buxton Center for West Buxtoq, Bonnv-Eaglo, South Limington. Limington, Limerick, Newfleid, Parsonslield and Ossipee At Baoo&rappa for south'Windham, Windham Hill and North Windham, daily. By order ol the President. Portland, Dec. 14, 1866—dtl SPECIAL NOTICE7 OWING to the breaking of a Driver on the Engine “ Westbrook,” the regular freight train on the Portland and Rochester R. R. will bo discontinued lor a lew days. dc20utf PORTLAND SJKENNEBEC R. R. WINTER ARRANGEMENT, Cemieenciag Monday, Nev. lJlh, I860. Passenger Trains leave Portland dally at 1.00 P. M., lor Bath, Augusta, Wat erville, iven.lull’s Mill*, Sko whegan, and iiLtermediate Stations,(connecting at Brunswick with Androscog gin R. K., for Lewiston aud Farmington, and at Kendall’s Mills with Maine Central R.K.) lor Bangor and intermediate stations. Fares as low by this routs 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 0.30 P. Freight Train, with passenger car attached, will leave Portland lor Skow began aud 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 lor Rockland connect at Bath; and foy Bel last at Augusta, leaving daily on arrival of train from Boston, leaving at 7.30 A. M.; and tor Solon, Anson, Norridgewock, Athens and Moose Head Lake at Skowhegan, and for China, East and North Vassal boro* at Vassalboro*: for Unity at Kendall’s Mill’s, and for Canaan at Piahon’s Ferry. W. HATCH) Superintendent. Augusta, Oct. 27,1866. novl2dtl MAINE CENTRAL R. R. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. On and alter Monday,November 12th, S^tT^^fa^ourrcnr, trains will leave Pot Hand for Bangor ami all intermediate station on this line, at 1.10 P. M. daily. For Lewiston and Auburn only, at 7.40 A.M. EP^Frclght trams for Water villa and all interme diate stations, leave Portland at 8.25 A M, Train trom Bangor is due at Portland at 1.13 P. M, In season to connect with train for boston. From Lewiston and Auburn only, at 8.10 A. M. EDWIN NOYES, Sopt. Nov. 1,1806 noOdti PORTLAND SACO & PORTSMOUTH R. R. winter arrangement, Ccwneaiiiig Mouday, Slav. l'Jih, IaW. CBEiaEI Passenger Trains leave Portland for "WydBoston at 8.40 A. M., and 2.7# P. M Leave Boston lor Portland at 7.30 A. M., and, 2.2# P. M. ' A Mechanic's u:id Labogeg'h Train a 111 leave Biildeford daily, Sundays excepted, at 6 A. M., and Saco at 6.08, arriving in Portland at 6.40. Returning, will leave Portland for Saco and Bid detord and imeimediate stalions at 6A0 P. M. A special freight train, with pastenger ear attach ed, will leave Portland at 7.10 A. M. lor Saco and Blddeford, and returning, leave Biddeiord at 6.SO and Saco at 8 40 A.M. FBANCIS CHASE. Strut Portland, Oct 29, 1866. nojdti To Travelers ! Through Tickets from Portland To all Points West Jt South, VIA THE New York Central, Erie & Lake .Shore, And Pennsylvania Central Kniiroads, Far Sale nt ibr Lowrat rater at tho Waal*' aria Railway Ticket Oflce,-LANCASTER HALL BUILDING, Market Square. W. D. LITTLE d* CO., Ocnerul Ticket Ageuto. *JH~ Passage Tickets for California, via steamer* from New York on the 1st, 11th, and 21st of each month tor sale at this officers heretofore. dc25d&wtf STEAMERS. FARE REDUCED ™ BOSTON. Summer Arrangement! Until further notice the Steamer* ol the Portland Steam Packet Co, will run as follows:— Leave Atlantic Wharf for Boston, -every evening, (except Sunday) at 7 o clock. Leave Boston the same days at 5 P. if. Cabin 1 are,. $1.60 Deck,. I.QO BT Package tickets to be hud ot the Agents at re** duced rates. Freight taken as usual. , B* BILLINGS, Agent. May 22nd, I860—dtf International Steamship 0o. Eastport, Calais and Si. John WINTER ARRANGEMENT. . ONH TRIP PER WEEK. On and alter Monday. December A. 17th, the steamer NEw’ BhUNS WICK, Cant. K. B. WINCHES jFar,-- r A^tTEK. will leave Kail Bead Wkartj -ri*t" ""^toot of State Sr., every MONDAY, at 5 o’clock P. M for East port and St. John. RETURNING, will leave St. John every THURS DAY, at 8 o’clock A. M. At Eastport Stage Coaches will connect tor Ma chias. At St John the E. & N. A. Railway will connect tor Sbedioc. l3E~Freigtat received on days of sailing until 4 o’clk. p* C. C. EATON, dec20-dtt Agent PORTLAND AND NEW YORK STEAMSHIP COMPANY. SEMI-WEEKLY LINE. The splendid and fast Steam ships D1KIGO, Capt. H. Sher wood and FRANCONIA, Capt. W. \v. Sherwood, will, until -'further notice, run as follows: Leave Brow„'s W hart, Portland, every WEDNES DAY and SATURDAY, at 4 P. hi., and leave Pier 30 East River, New York, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 4 o’clock r. hi. These vessels are Ut.ed up with tine accommoda tions lor passengers, making tbiiorfhe most speedy sale and romlortable route lor travellers between N°w Passage, in Stato Room, t«.0« Cabin iiassatte $.von. Meals extra. Goods forwarded by this lino to and from Mon treat, Gnebec, Bangui, Bath, Augusta. Eastportand St. Jol n. ' Shippers are requested to send their Height to tbo steamers as early a?* 3 P. M. on tha day ihat they leave Pqjtland. For ti-civlit or pass»ago apply to EMERY & FOX, Brown’s Wharf, Portland. J. F. AMES, Pior 38 East River. May 1880. dU HOTELS. UNITED STATES nOTEL, ROBTLAX1), HAlA£, Tile subscriber, recently Fronietor of the COM - MIIX'UI. HOLSli, (which was dcsuovgd m the groat tire 1 begs lo announce to his old nitron, and the public that he has leased the above hotel and will open lor the accommodation or the public gener ally, on Saturday August 11. * Thankful to Ilia old customers for past patronage be would solicit a coutmuuucc of the siuno. * ' TERMS FAVORABLE. angi.'3-Cm_K.J. DAVIS, MH.LS HOUSE, CHARLESTON,.SO. CAROLINA. THE proprictoi has the pleasure to taform the traveling public that the above house is now open tor tho reception of guests, having made extensive al terations, improvements, and rettirnuduHi It through out, it is now In capital order, mid everv exertion will be made to render it acceptable to his patrons. nolOaodGm JOSEPH PURCELL. Notice. TJEUSONS clearing the ruins or digging cellars can X tiird a good place to deposit their rubbish on Fn^W'eWbart ». HOI!Nits, septlO—dtf W bar uugir,