Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, January 11, 1867, Page 2

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated January 11, 1867 Page 2
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I I* »** ... uiliiao ^ tii ( rand HatUt we at la 1 wa* heavy, but , \ clu ran easily bot'otf; tli»* wind. On the j ii .. * il« -l.» »- i O^itilnl to but i "fiiv no. n the next day the j 4 .1 • lulli l. ujU the var •-1 Platted j « li I). '.iy. Lli j had t o iv:\Wt difttcuUy. The I * 1,: ! j; the lust *U.\ of the rave i le thuc de- i • -I, 1: T!.. lb in nr in rc^fji J t«< ihe tact- uow • h d «•(’ heat. .Ml j -k- nn.i Sfanj«be * ;u :i .rtaic. and nothing waft talked of but I yacht.* and time and wind, hiu1 the prohabili i;r- and i».»-sibi!iticoi the contest. In every distant vessel we sun a FI-twing; every star ] near the horizon was traiislorir.ed mto the \ es- J tu!., signal light. At 8r.£. w« were on *ouud- i intis; of 12. midnight, off Cape Clear. Thus ! ih" next morning, December 2!, found us in j th< chops id tin? Ckaiuiel, honing to eat our Chrinima? dinner at _ Cowes. It >\as a murky, foggy, dark, damp, disagreeable morning, and even »t noon u was impossible to take a solar observation; but by dead reckoning We had made one hundred and seventy-two miles. The carpenter, who had given ns om sensation by discovering a spurious leak, now treated us to another by announcing that the Flontwing was ia light. Kveryboby clambered on deck. Binnacular glasses, eyeglasses, spectacles and telescopes wa re brought to hear upon the im aginary yacht, which was soon made out to he an English topsail schooner bound the other way. Indignation followed excitement, and I liott» «oon merged into a hearty laugh. Near io . (he land of Christinas carols and Dickens, Christmas eve, it was impossible to go to rest. Alter a very law? dinner, we h ul our Christ ina* . ongs and stories; among the former was j a ditty composed in honor of the Henrietta, . and .mug to the iamiliur air of‘ Sweet Eve lina.” While these festivities we re in progress, we had made the ScilJy island lights at 7 o'clock 45 minute a, r. at. The current drifting ua to levvard, v\ o started south .-oulhcast for an ofilug and passed the island handsomely, having ; in uie no tack since we ieit New York, and ko\ mg only varied eleven miles from the straight line between the two points. So ad mirable a landfall reflected great credit upon * Capt. Samuels. At 4 o’clock, a. m., we passed the Lizard light, going thirteen knots an hour steadily, the Henrietta, like n well jockeyed racehorse, reserving lier best pace lbr the lin isli. id muling close to the bold coast wc sight ed the Lddvstone, Start Foiut and Foriiand Iliil and 12:40 r. m .,ou Christinas day took on board a c .w *3 pie it. A boar tier cheer never lent the air than that which greeted the pilot when ho announced that no otnci American yacht hud passed up the Channel. Tile race won, and a sudden blaze of sunshine lit up the chalk cliffs of old England in silvery glory; it was like an illumination of welcome. Under every stick of canvass, with even her tv sail set, and with her lacing flag and Yacht Club cusigu proudly floating on the stiff breeze, th ‘Henrietta dashed by' the Needles, and Messrs. Jerome ami Knapp, tlio judges for the Fleet wing and thoVcsta, deciding that all the conditions of the race had been strictly compli ed with, down went the racing flag and the private signal of Mr. Bennett took its place.— Ai the yacht turned up the channel to Cowes the land shut out the wind, and like one who has linished a long and toilsome task, the brave little yacht slackened her speed and floated leisurely along. Her blue lights and rockets announced her arrival here, after hav ing crossed the Atlantic to the Isle of Wight in the unprecedented time of thirteen days, twen ty-two hours and forty-six minutes, mean time, and that without having carried away any oi her light tails or spars, or even so much as a shred of canvas or strand of rope. The Times commenting editorially on the race, says: There is, indeed, no other such match on record. Some ot our own merchantmen have o*x.i.,iouaUy raced against each other from China to England; but these were large clip l>ei ships striving for a few hours’ start in the way ot business. It was reserved for the Amer icans to send three yachts to do in the Atlan tic what is usually done in the smooth waters of an inland sea, niul to carry on a race of this kind, not for a lew hours, but tor a whole fort night through night and day. The success, however, of the Henrietta, is" as complete as that of lire American a few years ago, and far more surprising. The America was simply an example of new principles, dexterously applied to ship building. This ocean yacht" race has brought high national qualities into play; but in both eases tbe Americans were true to their ow n paetensious, and shot clear ahead ot the 0- d wciold. it is remarkable that yachting, in which the Americans have thus" excelled us, has always been regarded as the peculiar pas tiuie of England, and it is true enough, no doubt, tint 111 no country is the pursuit invest ed a i ih so much favor and popularity. But ou; y-tchtnicTi take things comfortably. We build our pleasure boats ready for pleasure, uuo sail in them f ir pleasure. An English man’, ..aoht is his home and the home often of Ids family Loo for weeks together, and consid er’ ■ in, ot eoutenic-uce arc allowed to prtpon ds-rute in the do ijn and equipment of the craft. -n-uie ■••ijo- are I to' )l loss domestic and *-. id -LiimiiC' , they Want, yunhid which • l" T’;.1-11 " ’ emOd-liua ever done, and tni ■ f-et them. Perhaps iho emntoiri t.r fnese vc might not tie exactly suited to our uv - but they loach its ouietbing neverthe 1- ,. It is w. li for nro-rrrss that there is i, na tion -Inch knows not the trammels of routine : id luinl: from no experiment, however haa anlont or audacious The Americans have al ’ , 1 -U- 1 naturally been distinguished for she,budding and scuiuuitship. They have set uo i■ example in half a dozen new models and they are pursuing the same course now, but wc shall perhaps not be wrong in consid ering this ocean yaehtiaee as expressive of an other and more general spirit, which has bees remarked for some time feist n« on the iuercase in the Stales. The Americans aro fast becom ing a sporting people. They are establishing race- and conducting them as h?- arc con ducted in the Old World. Thai ir resistible spirit which tmn.-mgu:es mir w.’.o,e ti-.-coi.ea tan population on tho Derby israoi-ov de v- top rig itself on tho other "uiicof the Atlan tic uud we may expect; byare long to see "an sneb i,port.-, os popup t in America a : they arc -• Wc rrj JceattKa'sigh, aa is bvrbe 1***1 that national character is suAtunti&lly im proved by such pastimes. We are sin.,"erely glad to find the Americans move in that di reei. io They have got all the rualities of Fp-ui.-mou. They are adventurous, tearless, food oi excitement,, persevering and acute.— That they’cau accomplish as well as design this very yacht raoe show . It is no slig!u”tbing tor I !*e ov. Uer of a pleasure boat to bring her in the depth of winter, with such skill and rapid tt. V that thy passage could tardly he exceed ed by and well handled steamers, l’rob people expected to see the visitors so norni; but I he public will certainly be pleased to hear that a suitable reception had Isen al- : ready d. iguod, and that a gl and entertainment v.-ill be given to the gentlemen on board the racing vessels on Monday tu-xt. We can have no feeling of jealousy in "such e matter as this. M c will not say that Englishmen could not have accomplished such a race, but the idea would perhaps hardly have occurred to them, its novelty and boldness are eminently char acti'i i.-tie of-Americans, and they may dept ml upon it that they v ill low nothing iu this cm utry of the credit to which success entitle* them.” The Christinas in Turkey—Appnbrn «i«e» ol Trouble. The Vienna correspondent ot the I.ondon Times give.*, rumors of great discontent and threatening insurrection* among the Chris tians in Turkey. The wiiter says; I. is cert ’lu that the Turks are displaying considerable activity in r.-epuiing for an emerg ency- They have fortified the Dug Pass, and have conoenuated troops in the South of the Herzegovina towards tin* frontier of ifoutsne gro., B "ides regular troops they have some Christum militia, on which thev cannot place much reliance iu case ct need, "and they have lately got together about six hundred men of Mti-isuliiii'm militia from amoug the popula tu. il about .fiksich. Tbe commander of the battalion is at the same time a magistrate, somewhat on the principle which obtains on |be Austrian military frontier. Besides regu lar soldiers and militia, tbe peace is kept in t o. Herzegovina by gendarmes and pandours. the gendarmes or Zaptie wear uniform, and or.- a■ mod and equipped at tile expense of the - Iroviuce. They do duty at Mosiaraud in the iol *..*r (owns, and their ollicers are, at tbe same tun.-, police magistrates. 1 he Pandours dress and arm themselves at tb. ir own expense as they please; they live in huts (hat have been built for them in' districts that have a bad reputation, and along the Dal matian fruiitkr, which they patrol. Their pay y about twenty shillings a month, but they are -suspi led ot making a good deal more by their connivance with smugglers, and even robbers The gendarmes arc all Moliamedans, hut of the I’andours many are Christians, especially ill flic lately insurgent districts along the iron- ' tier of Montenegro. In order to gain the sup port of the poor hut warlike population here, the Turks give the heads of the villages per mission to keep a large number oi l’audours, \ for whom they pay. Tile chiefs choose young men irom their own village to perform the du ff ot the Pandours, which they do admirably, and manage to keep a surplub of the money al- ! lowed them by the Turks for their own use. ujMGiN «.ptiie Xerm “Upper Tejt Thous and. — t his term has been supposed by many to mean the fortunate possessors of income ex- j C'S'ding tgn thousand dollars per annum This supposition is a popular fallacy The 1 term ‘Among the Jen Thousand," is Jt' more aristocratic antiquity than dollars and cent7 1 "5 even pounds sterling,as it was applied in ' the reign of William the Conqueror to desi!7 ' oate the ten thousand laud proprietors whose I names were registered iu the Doomsday Book i We aie indebted to the poet,N.P,W illis, for its ! introduction into America. In uie pages of th. Taller, a popular journal of 1840. he applied i this '< mi to the happy lew who resided above (tic *.leer street. Iutboacgood old days New Turk was taking into consideration thepropri- ! iety of emerging from a provincial town into a metropolis,and ‘'Above ITeecker' was then j synonymous (with the Filth Avenue when applied to indicate fashionable quarters. The space between that legion of boarding-houses and tlir now declining grandeur of Madison i iSqusre was whtie the aristocrats of other day* '.ore wont to dwell. Brine fewer thati in 'on-.Ja,’< of“Petroleum” and “Shoddy”. Willis aptly dubbed tliem “The Upi er Ten Thousauu. W.Y.EQerdnr/ Gazette. PcnsONAL. Tlie Boston Advertiser of yes- ! tcrd.iy say a: “We arc very glad to be able t0 ! ttato that a private dispatch received iu this I city last evening brought word that Governor I Crapo was not dead, as had been reported iu I the evening papers. We hope that Governor t Crnpo may be spared to continue his important and valuable labors." —The St. Paul Press shows from tabular | statements that the wheat exports from Min- j nesota last year amounted to 9.207,153, and re- I marks that “the history of no part of this con tinent exlubits so marvelous a growth in the production and exportation of wheat as Min nesota.” i’J . -u.-JU'i'C % *ii-« '*'■ 1 lo3.*c:«* 5 ' \, :'0>, ’.‘>» lv- 7. ! “ iiw-Uv . • ..V - *- .. i *«, ju.tttn j«].ui*« iutlu- rnuiu« r oi iiu* uave luuino iu iioutb t jroiinsi iu Of*ti»)n*j> 1883.— The documents cmln^cr* theniwt(: yro«idingb . U-for: • rv <:.v • by which *-he altef«*<l imin‘»*rt r- vert* tried* a bmjm number «11'»#«■ i«f i4»»■ * 11 ud i< iiu*ri d*; mi It tu rs .uiJrt js viVtc tbe J*n-u.!tiur in ,'halfof flu, . .ml. mm d ' priwini'M; the record of the proceedim;* ronse- ! (jiiciit the refusal uf (Jeneral fickle* to oltev tho Writ of hot u* irKm.d l v :i South Carolina judge; i,Uo various orders of the Pres idihi in llii-011,0; (lo; o,uros)n.]ui(iio.' relative to tho hiial release of the prisoners from Port, mi n writ issued by ilumiro Hull, ; and other details. The pajs ’is show' that all I four of tile prisoners were fount guilty, that James C. Keyes and P. G. Stowers were sen tenced to death, and Hubert Keyes aud Elisha Byrum to imprisonment for life, at Concord, New Hampshire. The death sentenced was i to hate been executed at castle Pickney, [ Charleston Harbor, April .'17, 1866, hill on the : 27tli oi April General dickies, by order ot the j President, directed ihe suspension of the sen- i teuce till lurlher orders. Tim other parties remained in confinement , at that point all through the spring aud sum- | mer, and at once petitions lagan to pour in praying the President to set aside tho Sen tence entirely and allow the prisoners to he discharged, or at least to order their trial be fore a civil tribunal. Some of those petitions 1 boar tho names of hundreds of women. The I President was appealed to as the Saviour ot the country and ihe true friend of the South; meetings wore held in various parts of South Carolina aud Georgia, at which resolutions of indignation, sympathy and entreaty were pass ed,* the influence of the Masonic order was ; brought to bear upon the Executive in behalf of Stowers and Keyes; Governor Orr said they were gentlemen of highest respectability, and that their cxecutiou would he a horrid crime, nothing less than judicial murder; Ex-Gov emor Joseph Brown ot Ueorgia, said he could not believe for a moment that Stow ers was a murderer, aud lie implored the President to step between him and tho vengeance of the commission; Mr. Bouhaiu, ix-K.-presentative j in Congress from South Carolina, was confi dent neither oi these gentlemen was guilty as charged, and the President could not do less tuan give them a trial iu the civil courts; an other South Carolinian declared in most im passioned manner that no Charleston jury would have found them guilty on the evidence. before ihe commission; another denouueeu j Ihe court f ir allowing I'reedmcn to testily, ami j declared that the result of this trial proved tho incapacity of the negro to tell the truth; the rebel General G. P. Smith writes to the Presideut as his “dear friend," and endorses Keyes and Stowers as true men aud Southern j genth-meu, who could not be guilty ol tlm crime with which they were charged; Mrs. ! Stowers wrote a long letter in her husband’s I behalf; Hersehel V. J olmson earnestly implor ed the executive clemency, and urged that the men bo turned over to the courts; Alex. H. Stephens is satisfied that Stowers could not have done this deed, und commends the case to tho special attention of the President; finally, Wm. H. Trescott comes up here with a forty page document indorsed by Gov. Orr, General Connor and others, and labors with the Ex ecutive lor two or three days. The result of all this efiort, joined with the representations of the counsel, whose name does not appear in those papers, was that on the 23d of J uly, 1866, the President issued an order commuting the sentenco oi Keyes aud Stowers to imprisonment for liiis, aud designat ing the Tortngas as the place of confinement ] for all four of the prisoners. A week later, July 3X, the President, and not the Secretary of War, as has been stated in some of the pa- > pers, issued a second order, changing the place i of confinement from Tortugas to Fort Dcla ware. There is nothing in the correspondence to I show why this change was made. The prison ; ers were removed iiom Charleston Harbor to I Port Delaware in the latter part of August. Nothing more is heard of them till the 9th ot last November, when Captain Howard, commanding at Port Fort Delaware, notifies Adjutant-Gem ral Thomas of the War De partmeut that he has been served with a writ of habeut corjm» in favor of the four men, which is returnable oil November 24. He adds, these are the four men in whose case General Sickles refused to obey a similar writ iu Charleston. Geueral Townsend writes on the following day by order of the Secretary ol' War and directs Captain Howard to confer with the District-Attorney of Delaware, who has received instructions from the Attoruey-Gun eral iu relation to the writ, and will make pro per return thereon. On the same day General Townsend sent to the District-Attorney copies of all papers in tho War Department winch hear upon the case, and asked him to call on the SeCretan of War loriurther aid if neces sary. On the 12th of November the District Attorney asked General Townsend for author ! ity showing that these men were rightfully tried before a military commission. On the 14th, the Judge-Advoeate-General, Mr. Holt, replied at same length, citing law for the course ■ pursued by the military, and concluded by say wg—“It - held that the status of wav contin- ! ued to exist in the rebel States, and, therefore, the prisoners were pmpcrly under military j-j- I , risdictiun until peace was proclaimed by com- | pew ill political authority through tile Pies: ! den* ” “ «ufc a iiritf letter from tapt. Ho Card, ur-Jot dace oTNoveuiber a, ; 18PU, .11 which bo erys the prisoners were the.t ' day discharged l'rom custody on the writ, cf habeas <vrj,ns issued by Justice Hall. Singu larly enough, os it appears, the return of the District-Attorney to the writ is not given, neither axe the Jistruotior.9 to him troir. the Attorney-General furnished, it is probable that another etfprt will l.c made to get these and two or three other important do'bumeut* bearing upon the matter.—BU&atch to Boston Adevrtiser. Tire Seward £?i*,?a:cli. It is stated that the cable dispatch of Mr. i t Seward, dated the 23d of November, has not been presented to the French Minister for For eign Affairs. In fact, the Moniteur says so.— But the Indipendtirce Beige has the following more exciting version: “It is said that this dispatch will not he inserted in tins “‘Yellow Book' ” unless Mr. be ward consent* to modify some of its expressions. This disnatch caused a vivid discussion between M. Rouher, acting . ad interim as Minister for Foreign Affairs, and j Mr. Bigelow, I told you at tliat time that M. : Rouher refused not only to discuss the note, j hut even to receive it. The note of the 6th of I December has cot been correctly reported by the press. The Frcnch Government has care fhlly refrained from officially admitting the j probable failure of Maximillian. It has mere ly admitted the possibility of an independent local government to be established in Mexico ! under the auspices of France and the United [ States. It lias declared that it would not re- ! fuse to recognize the chief thus elected, even were he Juarez, provided Shat this establish- i ment of a new authority wero made under the : auspices of France and the United States.”— ■ A11 of which has an odor of Mexican bonds The Tribune's Paris correspondence say s: j On Sunday, at the Tuiieries, Mr. Bigelow | presented his letter of recall, and Gen. JJix, ! who presented bij credentials, “spoke apiece” to the Emperor. The General referred as a ! matter of course, to the services France ren- I dered n- in ourfrst revolutionary war; did not refer to > he other sort of se vices" rendered by his EIifJssty'H Government in our last revolu- 1 tionary war—also as a matter cf oourse. TLo Emperor iu Ins brief reply was eaualiy, r.nd equally of Course, cordial on the firit anil si lent on the hut theme. A bystander, just ar rived from the moon, would have inferred that the most friendly relations always bad and al ways must exist between the two'Governmbnts partially represented on the occason by the two speakers. Not the remotest allusion to Mexico; which as that husines, so far as diplo matically carried on by France and the United 1 States, is now virtually closed, was well. But i on the same page of yesterday's Moniteur, . where you may read Foe speech and response, j you will remark the following little paragraph, ; which is inueliremarked on here: “The Amer ican press brings us very incomplete extiacts I of tlio diplomatic correspondence recently : laid b-tbre Congress. Among them figures a • dispatch, dated 2.3d November, firom Mr. Sew- I aril to Mr. Bigelow. The French Government j lias never had knowledge of this document.” I The “never hail knowledge” (conaaissanae) is i Pickwickese for “has had no formal commu- I nieatiou." Somewhat as the French Emperor had no knowledge of the death of the Czar Nicholas till alter the Crimean war was over, when he went into mourning a week deep for that lamented Imperial cousin. Turkey. The following dispatch from Constantinople has been received by the Tribune Bureau in London: Dee 15, —The American Consul at ' Crete reports the loss at Arkadi, by the blow ing up of the Monastery, as follows: Turkish 1 killed, over 1,500; Greek loss, killed and wounded, l'J3 raen; women and children, 373. The affair has produced a profound impression in Conspee. The Turks arc sending down more men and 1 more ships. The appointment of Fuad Pasha is not confirmed. Aali Pasha has called the American and Russian ministers here to ac count for publicly denying the official reports of the Turks. The English Embassy is showing more in- ! clinatiqn to get at the troth about Crete. New orders have l eon sent to the Consul there. A new ultimatum was seat into tho Porto by . the American Minister last week on the Cy prus affair. It is likely'to be refilled to the 1 arbitration of Lord Lyons. "The American colony at Jaffa is discouraged. | They have beeu deceived by their leaders; j many have died, others are sick, and they beg ms"-uf-war to take them borne. Mcah wtitle the Porte has entered a piotest ayaiiist PPestiue °* H,‘ American colony in . ,/'"ai|T.i‘l1 ^"’rit,r'11 bad jnst been retnov H., , , ‘b.- su.nes at.ou. a ,raion bi-twee* tho Roman and Greek Churches are lies There is not oven a louudation tor them. j -T he New York Evening Post^ublisbes a letter Irora a prominent New Jersey abolition ist, addressed to tbu legislature of the South ern States, in which he suggests what is cer tainly a novel method of reconstruction. Ho advises the Southern meu to give the vote not only to the blacks, but to tbe women also. He suggests that if they should" do this they would take the leadership of tho party of progress; and ho adds that in his own State of New Jer sey women and negroes voted for thirty-one years, "precisely on the same footing with white men, and no catastrophe, social or polit cal, resulted.” —Tlie following are tho railroads in Russia, viz: From St. Petersburg to Moscow, Tsartko, Peterhoff, and Warsaw; from Moscow to Nijni Novgorod, Riazan. ane Jaroslaw; from Wilna to the Prussian frontier; from Riga to Duua berg; and Horn Odessa to Balta. -. 0 i .cl- ^ • bn iiJAiiii biiuW'-T. I Mouolfly A Co. F'TTERT \ i N MI NT COLUMN. A nruiitl Ball— PcitlAlid A»S£Kl»lca. w advft.ti , mfnt molumk. Kooiiif to Lr!—K8 I fiiU fHtr* ?t. H«'D»oval—i. IouiBpad *V Stcvoc.. City of Pur.-laml— Meetingof Commltiee enStitet*. j Wood l ot for Sale. . 17th Miiiiit* Cegimeut As*oi mtioii. New Grocery— S. Winslow a t.;o, NotJct—PvitlAurt SccJfttyof Natural IIj»u.iy. Religion* Noiirei. Elder S. S. Brewer and Dr. Decker,of Newark, S. J., will preach at the Second Advent flail, this ov Riing, the M3rvh*CB to commence at 7j o'clock. The public are nitiled. Subject — *• The Shaking of the Power® of iieavcn.” thk courts. MUNICIPAL COURT. TFDGE KINGSBURY PRESIDING. Thursday.—Ciinton .James wan charged with as sault and buttery on Charles A. Tibbetts. The evi lence not sustaining the complaint., he was dis charged. Edmund M. Rogers and William Jennings, on search and seizure processes, were adjudged guilty, and each paid $22.26. George Sanford was also convicted on a search and seizure process, and was lined ilie usual amount. He refused to pay, and was sent to the County Jail for thirty days. Arrest ef Robbers and Recovery of Stoleu Goods. It will be recollected that on Saturday night January oth, the store of Mr. Hasty in West Gorham was broken into and a quantity of goods stolen therefrom, and on the succeeding Sunday night the store of E. T. Briggs, at Mor rill's Corner, Westbrook, was aPo broken open and a lot of articles stolen. Information of these robberies was given to City Mawhal lie aid, and on Monday he arrested Orriu E. Walker, on suspicion of being one of the par ties concerned in the affair. On Walker teas found four coats, one over the other, besides his under coat worn beneath them. They were identified by Mr. Hasty, as his property. The key ol Hasty’s store was also found in his possession. A'so goods that belonged to Mr. Briggs were found in his pos session. Ho owned up as to breaking into Briggs’s store and described an accomplice who was engaged in the transaction. Wednesday, officer Williams arrested a fel low giving his name as Henry Scott; who answered to the description of the persou given by Walker. Scott was just about taking the cars for Boston when arrested. Upon him was found two coats belonging to Mr. Hasty, which were identified by peculiar marks upon them. It was also discovered where he had sold another coat, w hich w'as, subsequently, recov ered. Both of the scamps were locked up for examination. Scott is said to he an old offender, and has spent some portion of his time in jail and prison. The efficiency of Marshal Heald in arresting Walker, and of officer Williams in arresting Scott, when he had nothing hut the description given by Walker to guide him> must be acknowledged by every one. P. Y. M. C. A.—Those having in charge the course of lectures arranged under the auspices of this Society, are happy in being able to an nounce that they have secured the services of Bev. Dr. Storrs lor a second lecture, which will he delivered this evening, at the Chestnut Street Church. The subject chosen is “Bobin Hood and John Wicklytfe, or the early popular elements in England,” a theme well calculated to elicit the brilliant and varied powers of the speaker. It is quite unnecessary to say go and hear it, for all will go who can. It will bo seen liy the advertisement that there are still a number of season tickets for this course which will be disposed of at 75 cents. The remainder of the course embraces some of the best names on the list. Evening tickets being sold at 50 cents this arrangement is high ly favorable to the purchasers of season tick ets. We are requested to state that tho lecture will commence at 8 o’clock instead of 7 1-2 as stated in advertisement. KriLitr Association of Portland Fire Department,—At the annual meeting of the Relief Association of the Portland Fire De Hart an nt, held Wednesday evening, the follow ing were elec' id Trustees for the ensuing year: E-rw nuer Bogus, F. C. Moody, Henry Fox, H. 0 Burner, John D. Shaw, Nahum Littlefield, (diaries H. Rich, G. W. Beal, Jos. Ilsley, T. W. Burnham, S. A. Chesley, "William Hennessey, George B. Riley, J. N. Libby and J. C. Tukes t‘-,ry. Subsequently the Trustocs unanimously elec ted the following officers: Spencer Rogers, President; Henry Fox, Vice President; F. C. Moody, Treasurer; J. C. Tukeshury, Secretary. In the early settlement of our country the greatest anxiety was, how our people could get enough of good wholesome food. Now the manner of living has changed, so that many people really suffer, and enough of every kind around them. Why is this? It is because thoir food distresses fkem. Buy one bottle of Main’s Elderberry Wine and you will get relief. Then buy a case. dec4tt Grand Ball.—It will be seen by advertise ment that the annual ball of the Portland As sociates—Ex Fives, will come off next Thurs day evening. As these affairs of tho Ex Fives are always got up with exceeding good taste, fhey have become universally popular. Those who intend going should secure tickets imme diately. We believe that there i9 nothing in tho culin • ary line more important than to obtain the best of meats, freshest of vegetables, and purest of groceries. We take pleasure in calling atten tion to the advertisement of our friends S. Winslow & Co., which will be found in anoth er column. Arrest.—Last evening officer Beals arrest ed a man named Annis, said to be a brother of the notorious Hod Annis, of New York, for stealing a cloth cap at the City Hotel. He was taken to the lockup. Arrival of the Belgian.—The steamship Belgian, from Liverpool Doc. 27th, and Lon' deny 28th, arrived at this port about 1 o’clock this morning. Wellcome prepares the most valuable pain curcr we ever had in our store.” So says W. P. Phillips. Those who use it refuse all others. jan7dlawtf Liquor Seizure.—The Deputy Marshals yesterday seized a small quantity of liquor in in the shop of Henry R. White, on Congress street. The Oih of the course of Mechanics’ Assem blies will come off this evening. Portland. Somebody—apparently a “flying correspond ent’’—writes from this city to the New York Evening Post as follows: PORTLAND IN WINTER. Those who visit New England towns only in the summer know but halt their attractions — A New England winter has a seuse of domes ticity and homely charm peculiar to itself.— Portland, to my eye, beautiful as she is in the verdure and comeliness of summer, is even more beautiful beneath her mantle of snow._ The white smooth streets are gay with dashing turnouts and merry with sleigh-bells, and the views from the hills which crown the city are beyond description charming. THE CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. The city at this season of tho year is active in intellectual culture. Societies and libraries show large attendances. The “Young Men's Christian Association,” under the guardian ship of Air. A. J . Chase, its President, and oth er able officers, is unusually prosperous in point of numbers, having between four and five hundred members, and supports very cred itably a course of public lectures. Unfortunate ly the July tire destroyed the reading-room and library of this institution,and it now stands greatly in need of funds. PROSPECTS. Portland is constantly buoyed up with a promise of ultimate greatness. At several epochs in her existence she has been upon the eve ol a sudden rise in prosperity which threat ened even the commercial laurels of Boston — Something has retarded these realizations; but no one can take into consideration the geo graphical position of Portland, her abundant and deep harbor, her lines of communication with Canada, the East and tlic West, and, above all, the sterling character of her people, a ithout perceiving that she possesses elements at progress, which, in the natural course of fronts, must shape for her a large and glorious future. 4a ‘‘American Place” in Paria. A Paris correspondent writes: I overheard rather an amusing conversation retweeu two Americans the other evening in ;he court of tho Gao nd Hotel. One had just ar- j •ived; the other hao been some time in Paris, i L'he latt tr said: “I can recommend an American restaurant, where you will find American dishes, Ameri can drinks, American newspapers, and Ameri -*an acquaintances.” “And where is it?" asked the stranger. Passages des Princes," was the reply. .1 i !iVlk you, said the other; “I will take the address. It in juat the place I wish to ivoid And a very good place it is to avoid, with its patois of American cooking, its parody of American dishes, and its aggravation of Amer ican prices. —Horace Greeley in a lecture delivered on idvertising, said :“Some men who know enough co advertise are yet bo narrow minded as to confine their advertisements to journals of iheir own creed and party. If they do not choose to trade with any but men of the same kith, this is wise; but it they desire tho whole . nbhc tor customers, it is otherwise.’’ ^ *. ». i. i i*:. —Ifsv. 8. li. MsC-dP. >:, Vr uc;.--»l of We:'- I - 7 -,-.r J.-.g - il-lVCf? -S writing letters to ilie Transcript. —It will be perceived by a ili-patch in an obLer coluiuu tUut thu members oi' the Maine colony iii Jaffa are L«?artily tick of their bar gain, ami anxious to get har k to their own Coantiy. In wlditiou to their other aunoyan* fee, thu government of the Porte bus entered A ^»VOt«'St nst their settlement in liis do- I minions. He wants no restless, progressive Yankees in the sleepy laud of tie Moslems. —Tim Belfast people are agitated by the ijues tion ol’ free bridge or toll bridge. —The Progressive Age states that a young man named John B. Chase of Swauville, was drowned iu Goose pond, in that town, on Wed nesday, the 2dtU nit. He started at evening to go to the house of a neighbor, across the pond, taking with him his skates. Being missed search tvu3 made and on the Sunday morning following, his remains were found under the ice near the opposite shore, in about six feet of water. He bad apparently broken through a thin piece of ice in the dart, and was unable to extricate himself, Mr. Chase was a member of Co. D. of the 4th Maine regiment during its whole term of service. He was an estimable young man, and his untimely death is to be re gretted. —The St. Croix Courier regrets to learn that Melancthon B. Smith, son of Dr. Smith of Bar ing, was scalded to death in a paper mill in St. Anthoney, Minn., recently. —The Bangor correspondent of the Boston Herald says “there is a rumor on the streets here to the effect that our new postmaster is in danger of being ousted.” Some of the wise acres affect to believe that it is a fixed lact, and that his successor is to be a gallant soldier.” —A gentleman who lives in a quiet town near Milwaukee, was invited to bring h's wife to the city and spend the holidays. He »aid he would be glad to do so, but his wife was expecting a new bonnet from Now York, and if It did not come she would not shw herself iu fashionable society. On Mon day the Milwaukee gentleman received the following noteMy wife has got the bonnet* It came by express. This is an ‘episode’. You ought to see it. It looks like a nigger minstre l breastpin; or an enormous jet finger ring, cut so as to have the setting fit round the ears. You may expect us.” — Magnificent blocks of crystallized sulphur, dug at Hidvena, have arrived at Paris from Bagdad for the exhibition, with specimens of essence of petroleum, of pearls, of pit coal, and of broidered stuffs. From Monsul five species of marble, twelve specimens of minerals, sev eral antiquities from Nineveh, marbles from the spot called “Yournong the Prophet," with inscriptions in undeciphered hieroglyphics, have arrived. On one of these marbles there is an eagle’s head, with a wing on its bank. Wines, gold and silver, stuffs, and carpets are expected trom Diarbelrir. SPECIAL, NOTICES. New Styles Of Gaiters and Slippers for Ladies, Misses and Chil dren, as well a9 Gentlemen’s Boots of fashionable styles, are for sale at T. E. MOSELEY & CO’S, Sum mer Street, Boston. janUdlt A Sure Pile Cure. DR. GILBERT’S PILE INSTRUMENT positively cures the worst cases of piles. Sent by mail on re ceipt »»f $4. Circulars fee. Sold by druggists. Agents wanted everywhere. Address J. B. KOMAJNE, Manager, No. 575 Broadway, New-York. oc2(a13wsn Snow Boots ! A LARGE LOT of LADIES’ HEAVY WOOLEN SNOW BOOTS, for the house or street, For Sale Very Cheap / Also Lailies and Gents Arctics of the best quality, at OOWEI..C’8, Jan 3—sxdtf Corner of Cong. & Cncstnut sts. W hy Suffer from Sores ? When by the nso oi the ARNICA OINTMENT, you cau easily be cured, it has relieved thousands from Burns. Scalds, Chapped Hands, Sprain*, Chilblains, Sore Lips, Warts, Cuts, Boils, Eruptions, und every complaint of the Skin. Try it for it costa but ‘/He. Be sure to ask for HALE’S * ARNICA OINTMENT.—For sale by all Druggists, or send 35c to O. P. Nrjmom «V Co., Boston, Hm., and receive a box by return mail, dec 29 bn dim tfil-UhV'B OHIKINAL WOIIM LOZENGES. WE can with confidence point to FELLOW’S WORM LOZENGES as the most perfect rem edy for those troublesome pests, INTESTINAL WORMS. After years of careful experiment, nun-ess has crowned our efforts, and we now otter to the w'orld a confection without a single limit, being sale, con venient. effectual and pleasant. No injurious result cau occur, lot them be used in whatever quantity. Not a particle of calomel enters their composition, They may lie uped without further preparation, anti at any time. Children will eagerly devour all you give them, and ask for more. They never fail in ex pelling Worms from their dwelling place, and thev will always strengthen the weak und emaciated, even when he is not afflicted with worms, Various remedies have from Lime to time, been re commended, such as calomel, oil of W'orinseed, turp entine, &c., producing dangerous, and some times iutal consequences. After much research, study and ex periments, embracing several years, the proprietors of Fellow’s Worm Lozenges, have succeeded in pro ducing ibis remedy, free from all objections, and posi tively sate, pleasant and effectual. They do uot kill the worms, but act by making their dwelling place disagreeable to them. In order to assure consumers of the genuineness of these lozenges, the analysis of Dr. A. A. HAYES, State Assayer, is annexed: *‘l have analyzed the Worm Lozenges, prepared by Messrs. FELLOWS & CO., and find that they are free from mercury, and other metallic or mineral mat ter. These Lozenges are skiltully compounded, pleas ant to the taste, sale, yet sure and effective in their action. Respectfully, A. A. HAYES, M. D. Assayer to the State of Mass. Price 25 cents per Box ; Five for 91. GEO. W. SWETT, Proprietor of the New England Botanic Deiut, 106 llanover Street, Boston Mass., Sole Agent for the United States, to whom all or ders should be addressed. ScS^'Sold by dealers in Medicines everywhere. octa-deowCmsN u You need not Suffer with Piles Since Carr’s Pile Remedy brings immediate re lief, mid speedily cures both recent and inveterate eases. The only uniformly successful medicine tor Piles. Dealers want no other where it bus been intro duced. Send tor circulars and certilicntcs. Ask the nearest Druggist to get the modiclnc for you. Druggist who desire a must eiiicacious, popular and rapidly soiling medicine tor Plies may apply to the Proprietors. Sold by the Proprietors, and bv S. An derson & Son, Bath: Ii. II. Hay, Portland; B. F. Bradbury, Bangor; Horace Barbour, l-ewiston, and other Druggists Wm. Carr & Co. aepl»ss2tawtt u Proprietor*. Make Your Own Soap l VO 1.1.IIK .Vtfl'gSAUY ! By Saving and Using Tour Waste Urease, BUY ONE BOX OF THE Pennsylvania Salt M’fg. Co’s SAPONIFIER. (Patents of 1st and 8th Feb., 1859.) -or C O .VC EXTRA TED LYE. It will make 12 pounds excellent hard wrap, or 25 {aliens of the very best Boll soap tor only about SO cts. Hrections on each box. For sale at all Drug and Grocery stores. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. EP“Bu particular in asking for Pennsy lvania Salt Manufacturing Co’s SaponlAor. uoljsxeodAwly COLGATE A CO.'S, WINTER SOAP. Recommended for Chapped Haudi and for general Toilet use during Cold Weather. It may be obtained of all druggists and fancy goods dealers. ssdec24tolebl0 Tor Coughs, Colds aad Consumption, Try tbe old and well known IPlJIdUlONARY ISA E* ft AM y approved ami used by our oldest and most celebrated Physician* for forty years past. Get the geuuiue. REED, CUTLER & CO., Druggists. dec21svd&wt>m Boston, Proprietors* Some Folks Can’t sleep Nights.—We are now prepared to supply Hospitals, Phvsicians, the trade and the great public generally, with the stand ard and invaluable remedy, Dodd’s Nervine which article surpasses aU known preparations lor the cure ot all forms ot Nervousness. It is rapidly superceding every preparation of opium-the well-known result oi which is to produce costiveness and other serious difficulties; it allays irritation, restlessness and spasms and induces regular action of the bowel and secre tive organs. * * No preparation for Nervous Diseases ever sold so

readily, or met with such universal approv'd For Shieplessitcss, Loss of Energy, Peculiar Female Weaknesses and Irregularities, and all the .e-.rttil menial aad bodily symptoms that follow hi the (rain of nervous diseases, Dodd's Nervine Is tbe best reme dy known to science. Sold by all druggists. Price SI Geo. C. Goodwin & Co.. augUsnlyd&w u Wholesale Agents, Boston. Long Sought For ! Come at Last! Mains' Elder Berry Wine. Wo utke pleasure in announcing that tbe above named article may be found for sale by all city Druggists and first class Country Grocers. As a Medicine Mains’ Wine Is Invaluable, being among tbe best, if not ilia best, remedy for colds and I pulmonary complaints, as w ell as one of the most I agreeable hecerayes. Manufactured from tbe pure luiceof tbe berry, and unadulterated by any impure ngrcdicut, we can heartily recommend it to the sick as a medicine, and to the well, as u teceraye. To the days of the aged It (uldcth length. To the mighty it addeth strength,’’ ’Tis a balm for the sick, a joy for the Well Druggists and Grocers buy uud sell MAINS’ ELDBBBEBBI WINE. nor 27 s N d&wtf Dutchelor’s Hair Dye. This splendid Ilair Dye is the best in the world. The only true and perfect Dye—Harmless, Reliable. Instantaneous. No disappointment. No ridiculous tints. Natural Black or Brown. Remedies the ill effects of had Dyes. Invigorates the hair, Raving It soft and beautiful. The genuine is signsd Wit hum A. hatchclor. All others are mere imitations, and should be avoided. Sold by all Druggists and Perfume*. Fuctory 81 Barclay street, New York. Hrwari* of a 4‘onmerA’it. November lo, 1860. dlysn 1 J J A Sore Throat, KQrrBES IMMEDIATE ATTPMTIOS, 1 AMD SHOULD ME I.Uhl MED. | If allowed to continue, Irritation of the Lunt«i a per- , mauent Throat Disease, or Consumption, is oileu the result. BROWN'S BKONC1IIAL TROCHES HAVING A HIBECT INFLUENCE TO THE PARTS, GIVE IMMEDIATE RELIEF. For Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, Con* rtumptivc uud Throat Disc uses, TROCHES ABE USED WITH ALWAYS GOOD SUCCESS. Miiagem and Public Speakers will find Troches useful in clearing the voice when taken before Singing or Speaking, and relieving the throat alter an unusual exertion of the vocal organs. The Troches are recommended and prescribed by Physicians, and have had testimonials from eminent men throughout the country. Being an article ot | true merit, and having proved their efficacy by a test ot many yoars, each year finds them in new locali ties in varions parts of the world, and the Troches are universally pronounced better than other articles. Obtain only‘‘Brown’s Bronchial Troches” and do not take any of the worthless imitations that may be offered, sold everwiierk Dec 4—d&wGni sn Warren’s Cougli Balsam. flie best Remedy ever compounded for Colds, CongliM, Catarrh and Consumption, and all diseases of the Throat and Lungs. £Jr~For sale by all Druggists. Manufactured by B. F. UK A Illicit V, oetlSJ&wssftoi Druggist, Bangor. C^Mtramalic Salts and Hlrnuiatic min eral Waters, j Out received and for sitle by J. W. PERKINS & CO., no24sNcowd&wly No 86 Commercial St. j WI$TAB’8 BALSAM —OF— WILD CHERRY! ll.U> BEEN UHED NEARLY HALF A CEXTUBY, With the most astonishing merest in curing Coughs, Cold*. IKoant'OCRM, Sore Tbiont, j Influenza, Whoo£»in« Cough, Croup. ! Liver Couapluiul*, Hroui hito, BilUrully of Breathing, A Million uud every alleciiou of THE TIIBOAT, LUNGS AND CHEST, 1 INCLUDING EVEN CONSUMPTION. | The unequalled success that has attended the appli cation of tills wed ciue in all r*a.-c» ot Pulmonary Complaints, has induced many Physicians of high standing to employ it in their practice, some o' whom advise us of the fact under their own signatures. We have space only for the names ot a lew of these :— E. Boyden, M. I)., Exeter, Ale. Alexander Hatch, M. D., China, Me. R. Fellows, M. D., Hill, X. H. W. H. Webb, M. D., Cape Vincent, N. Y. W. B. Lynch, M. D., Auburn, N. Y. Abraham Skillman, M. D., Boundbrook, N. J. H. D. Martin, M. D., Mansfield, Pa. The proprietors have letters from all classes of our fellow citizens, from the halls ol Congress to the humblest cottage, and even beyond the seas; lor the fame and virtues ol WiKtnr’e Balaam have ex tended to the “ uttermost bounds of the earth,” without any attempt on our part to introduce it be yond the limits of our own country. Prepared by SETH W. FOWLE .V SOX, 18 Tre mont Street, Boston, and sold by all Druggists and Dealers generally, GBAC E’B CELEBRATED SALVE! Cures in a very short time OLD SORES, BURNS, SCALDS, CUTS,WOUNDS, BRUISES, SPRAINS,CHAPPED HANDS CHILBLAINS, &c., &c Grace’s Celebrated Salve! Is prompt in action, soothes the pain, takes out the soreness, and reduces the most angry looking swell ings and infiaminations, as if by magic; thus afford ing reliet and a complete cure. Only 25 cents a box: sent by mail lor 35 cents. SETH W.FOWLE & SOX, 18 TrewontSt. Boston, Proprietors. Sold by Druggists ana dealers gener ally. Fcbio, '66—SNCodl.T.SAWCOW MIS Ell A L BATIIS AT HOME. DYSPEPSIA CURED RHEUMATISM Cl'RED ERUPTIONS on fhe PACE CURED SCROFULA CURED BT TREAT MEM T WITH MINERAL WATERS. Do away with all vour various and often perni cious drugs a ud quack medicine a, and use a tew baths prepared with “STM UMATIC SALTS !” These SALTS are made from the concentrated Liquors of the Mineral Well ol the Penn’a Salt Man factoring Co., in Pittsburg, and are packed in air tight boxen. One always sufficient for a bath. Di rections are attached. INTERNALLY USE “Strumatic Mineral Waters!” In bottles of one and a half pints. One sufficient for a day’s use. ui/^Sold by Druggists generally. Merrill Bros, No. 215 State st.. Boston; Ravnolds, Pratt A Co, No. 108 Fulton st., New York, Wholesale | Agents. uo2USNeod&wly _ MARRIED. In Ibis oily, Jan. 8. by Iter. E. Marlin, Ervin T. Johnson ami Miss Georgia A. Bucknain, both ol Portland. In tlorimm, Jan. 9, by llev. Stephen Strong, J. II. Lord ami -Mbs S.iruli E. Hobson, bolh of Siandii.h. In Houston, Tevas. Dec. 25, by tics’. l>r. Hutchi son, Edward R. Meal and Alins Mattio J. Tolbert. At Gray Corner, Jan. 5. David Simpson, of Lewis ton, and Miss Susan Alice Colley, ol Gray. In East Livermore, Jan. T, Bcnj. L. Stimanz and Betsey Pottengil'. In Mercer, Dec. 16, George Kelley, of Rome, and Climena line , ,*r M, In Mercer, Jan. t, Beni. F. Frysell and Miss l.ydla Rogers, both of M. ; same day, Weslev Gray, of Parlimnn, end Mettle Lombard, ot M. In Mercer, Jan. 2, Calvin Whitcomb and Elira Furbush. DIED, In this city, Jan. 10, Mrs. Jessie, wife of the late Daniel Gould. [Funeral services on Saturday afternoon, at 2 o’cl'k, from her late residence. Cape Elizabeth. In Cumberland, Jan. 9, Mrs. Abby M.f wife ot Win. S. Blanchard, and daughter of Daniel Merrill, aged 3.» years. In Hinglunu, Moss., Jan. 6, Col. Laban Hersey, aged 77 years. In Detroit, Mich., Jan. 9, Charles H. Ingraham, el dest hOu of Holt and Sarah A. Ingiaham. aged 33 years 11 months. In BeituAt, Dec. 17, Mrs. Martha W., wife ol Cant. Win. B. Oils, aged 86 \ears. In Belfast, Dec. 5, Mia. Abby S. Perkins, aged 16 years. In Searamont, Dec. 14, Mr. Jonathan Gilman, aged 79 years. In Isleefcoro, Dec. 3, Mrs. I.ucretia N. Warren, aged 16 years 11 months. In Turner, Dec. 23, Mr. Ebenczer Perkins, aged 70 years. UICPARTI7 H ft OP OCftAN STEAMERS NAME FROM FOR DATE. Australasian.New York.. Liverpool.Jan 9 Eagle.New York. .Havana.Jan 10 San Francisco.New York. California.Ian 10 Henry Chanucey. .New York.. AspiupiUl.Jan 11 Hibcm'an.Portland LI verpool.J an 12 City Washington. ..New York. .Liverdool_Jan 12 Atalanta.New York. .Loudon.Jan 12 Hibernia.New York. .Glasgow.Jan 12 j Pennsylvania.New York. .Liverpool.Jau 12 Hanza.New York..ilremon...Jan 12 j Manila!tan.New York.. Hav tv VCrnz.Jau 15 j City ol Dublin.New York. .Liverpool.Jan lti : Saionla.New York.. Hamburg.Jan 19 j Miniature Almanac.January 11. j ■1UU 11- Sun nett*.4.13 i -uuou rai 1 I water. 3.00 l*il MAEINE NEWS j PORT OF PORTLAND. Thuradny, January 10. ARRIVED. — Steamship Belgian, (Bri Brown, Liverpool 27th ult via Londonderry 26th. Steamer Gen McCailum, Laughton, St John, NB, ' via Eastpurt. Brig J B Brown, Bain. Boston. Seh Hope, (Br) Cauning, Amherst, NS, for New York. Sell llannle Westbrook, Littlejohn, Boston. Sell Caressa, Lancaster, York. Set. Amelia, Poland, Portsmouth ior Richmond. Sch Water Sprite, Foss, Eastport. CLEARED. Brig J C York, York, Sagua—Geo S Hunt. Brig Angier H Curtis, Slevrlman, Havana—Isaac Etncry. Sch Lottie, (of Portland, late of Salem, 265 tons, E S Henley, Matauzas—E Churchill & Co Sell Margaret Ann, (Br) Whelplcy, St Andrews— Portland Co. AUbrig J Bickmorc, ol Boston, WO tons, o. in doubt.: deck, built at St George in 1862, and well found, has been purchased bv Capt P Graflam, and others, ol Portland, lor §15.000. Capt G is to com mand her. FROM MERCHANTS* EXCHANOE. Ai at Cardenas 26th, brigs “Leonatla,” Eliaworth; 30th, David Owen. Chadbourne, do; 31st, seh Silver Belle, Bailey, Beth. Ar at Matanzua 20th, barque Philena, Davis Port land ; brig Mary A Chase, McDonald, do. Ar at. Havana 27th, brigs Lena Thurlow, trom St John, NB; R S Hassell, Irons Belfast; “Havana" from Ellsworth. la* DISASTERS. Brig Liberty, from Prince E (ward’s Islatvi ,0r Fall River, was spoken Dec 27, lot 30. Ion 61, sb ort ol urn- i visions, and with loss ot sails and other *ii„ j was making tor Bermuda. ■uuagt ’ sue Sch Convoy of Calais, was towed in,n rwnvinee • town by US steamer &iwturcnt, <J< ], mat with lo-s 1 m ail her anils, having hod n he’,. * J Sell Union Flag, Malonev, »,t Baltimore from St I John, Mi, got ashore 27Ui till on Sand. Sim. l?. 2. Cl,a,l, s,but came off by outdiuuage. ’ DOMESTIC. PORTS. mwi'B^Mom°N~Ar **‘8tbrig Bred Bllss>SUer N1^W:’,ULEVSS,i0ll'b’.oPre85eV’BnS,0n istsW—Ar -id inst, brie Marv HI Wil liams. Kennedy, Rio Janeiro. K y WU I PENSACOLA—Ar 26th, sch .Tortile S Clark, Clark, Galveston. * Cld 22d, brig Fauatlna, G.inin.Cicnfltegos; 27th, Bcb <*cn Knox, Rabid an, Key West. MOBILE—Ar 7th Inst, brig Hancock, HaUett, trom Boston. DARIEN, GA—Ar 22d, brig Abby Ellon, Foss Boston. * Cld 31st, sch Everglade, lor —. SAV.VKNAII-Ar 4tb inst, barque Xevorsink Weeks, Damarlscotta. *■» dSl;‘u1g'|EST0N—SK10,1 Iut’ brlgC B Allen> Pettis, PmtcciHco*01051-C1<i 5th inst’ brig AUavela, Bee.1 ! ^NORFOLK-^r 6th inst, sch Vendovi, Gregory, j 75. L rjXllflVs Ik . —J- < Cm-J, Oi'*a »i.' - *■ - •' Ce. a ti » to C!i&t.^ua<<b t» 1 3o*ton. 1 ' I 1 CmIi ‘in * , w..g ! Ji.flv. - • *»•■•*' j Boston. CVl 9th, brigs Suwannee. Mt C .hb, BaibadOP* via ; Nor.'hni; Cascatelh-*, (aili-slc San a Cruz; Puuvert, , Alim. Nue\lias; Ciarabei, Tracy, Cieniuegos; inks | Vicksburg, McCornilrl;, Kingston, Ja ; Ida May. j Drl.ko. Jacksonville; Moses li.irding, fi*r Charleston: Matti1 Holmes, Tanh-v, Wilmington. NEW l/0JST>ON—Ai 8tb, s«b Ovoea, MilclioH, lb Itiuoie lor Norwich. PROVIDENCE—Arotb, brig John Avi!e-». Phil- i brook. Hlizafcothnait NEWPORT—Ar *tb, seh Surttb, Morton, N York ’ lor lto<*kl:md. EDGAKToWN—Ar 4th, seb Cheviot, Br»y, New York u»r boston. Ar 7th, s: b S C Loud, HhII; Geo \Y Kimball Mur- ! phy, rmcl St i.ucar, French, New York lor boston, sl.l 8th, sch idary Brower, Pease, Boston. In port 8th, s» hs Thus Hix, American Chlcd, Ger trude Honon, Ruth .8 ilodgdon, Eastern Bello, Su perior, Maria Whitney, Tnion, Cheviot, S C Loud, Geo W Kimball, and st. Lucar. HOLMES* HOLE—Ar 7lb, brigs E 11 Kenuedv, I Gevcr.Sa .aunali tor Boston; Potomac, Snow, Buck*- | ville, SC, tor Bucksport; Laura Bridgman, Hart, t Fernamlina lor do; Nicola, Kellar, New York for do; j Clinton, SbaoKlonl, Baltimore lor Po tlaud. Ar 8th, brig L T K mght, lHsley fm Baltimore for ! Boston; soli--Marv E GAgo, Hopkins, do tor Ports mouth; llurpcr, Kelley, do lor Boston; Mary Lou isa, Collins, Choptank River. Va, tor do; Giraffe, Joy, and Charlie A: Willie. Mix, New Yolk tor do; , Anna My rick, Collins, Tangier for Portland; Vrulcan, Pat son. N York lor Pembroke; Lvmlon, Shacktord, do tor F-intport; Geo Gilman. Gardiner, do tor Calais Rosin a, Richardson, Ell/.abethport tor Lynn. Ar nth, seb^ Hattie Anna, Lord. Elizabet hport for Boston; Shooting Star, Coe, itu Newcastle, Del, tor Salom. 1 u port, brigs Edw n H Kennedy, L T Knight, Potomac; schs J E Damage, Pavilion, Sarah Gardi- I ner, Adml Farrugut, Northern Light. Hattie Ross, [ Transit, C W Locke, Win Slater, FA Bal/.ley, Hat- | tie Anna, Elwood Doran, Shooting Star, EGWil- I lard. Camilla, Nicola. Clinton, Giraffe, Vulcan, Geo Gilman, Lyndon, Charlie & Willie, Mary E Gage, Mary Louisa, Busina, Anna Myrick. Harper. BOSTON—Cld 9th, sch Margaret Dill, (Br) Gilles- j pic, St John, NB, via Portland. Ar lhth, ship Coringa. bogart, Calcutta; barque Suliote, Brackett, Miragoane. Cld 10th, ship N Boynton. Hvler, New Orleans. | SALEM—In port 9>h, brig Edwin, Clark, iw Bos- • ton tor Portland; sebs Brnmhall, Hamilton, N York for do; Jus*, McCarthy; Muzurke, Kimball, and ! Solon, Coir., Boston tor Belfast MACH I AS—Sid Sd inst, brig Troteous, Mahonev. I tor Matauzas. WIXTERPOBT—*jld nth sebs Abaco, IIinks, for | Boston; 7Ci, Florenc e, Crockett, do. S1J 2d, sch Lucy, Magee, Boston. Sid ttii, sobs Ruth Thomas, Dodge, and E Dudley, Coombs, Boston. BELFAST—Ar 5tli, sch Abby Gale, Ryder, from Boston. SKI 7 ;li, sob a Caalellane, Cunninghain, and D K Arev. Ryan. Boston. Sid 6th. sobs Harriet May, Walker, lor Key West; sch Red Rover, Hurt, Boston. ROCKLAND—Ar 3J, seb Maiia Louiafc, RoVnson, New York. Ar 4th,: chs Lizzie Gup till, Kennedy, Boston; 7th, j Arctic, Healy, Bath. Ar 8ih, sch Nau Mius, Jameson, Boston. Sid 3d, sebs Lucy Jane, Nash, tor Boston; Copy, I Thomas, do. Sid 4th, schs Henry Clay. Candage, Bluehiil; Ma- ! ria Louisa, Robinson, Ku-ksport. Sl.l 5th, 9 *h S S Lewis, Brackley, New York. Sid 7th. soh A M Bird, (new) Merrill, Boston, to load for Richmond.! FOREIGN PORTS. At Malaga 22d ult, brig A G Jewett, Reed, for New York, ldg. Cld 19th, barque Q W Rosevolt, flerriman, for New York. Ar at Palermo 9th ult, barque Ukraine, Melcher, Licata. Ar at Trieste 15th nit, barque May Stetson, Pen dleton, Paiermo; brig Daphne, Young, Catania. Sid tin Falmouth 23d. Ceres, Wilson, (from i hila delphia) lor Havre. Gibraltar —Towed through the Straits 16th ^ilt, barque Ormus, Pettengill, from Messina for Boston. Cld at Havana 29th ult, barque George S Hunt, Woodbury, New York; s.ii Elizabeth White, Buck, for do. At Turks Islands 19th ult, brig MLB, Leblanc, from Bangor. Ar at St John, NB, 9th Inst, barque Ida Long, fin Stockton, Me. SPOKEN. Nov 22, UP 1 S, Ion 29, barque Crusoe, from New York for Callao. Doc 21, ofl' Great Ormshead, ship Eureka, from Liverpool for New York. OYSTERS! JUST RECEIVED a cargo of those splendid^ HUUfULlk UI»LLU% By the Quart, Gallon, Bushel ur Cargo ! All hi want of Oysters lor the trade, Parties, Le vees, &c.f will lind it tor interest to call at Head quarters, No. ^ Union Wharf. jan7d4wJAMES F BE Em AY OIL. and CANDLES. LARD, SPERM AND WHALE OIL, OLIVE, ELAINE AND RED OIL, KEROSENE AND MACHINERY OIL, SPERM * ADAMANTINE CANDLFS, & SOAP, For sale by BRADSHAW A PATCH, aug 9—Cm No. 7 Central Wharl, Boston. a^heat bush P. M. FROST’S, -FOE BARGAINS! A O BIG PROFITS, SO BULL TRADE But Crowds ot Customer Who are receiving Blessings by buying Goods Cheap Blankets at Old Prices! Only *4,75 per pair. Fancy Shirting Flannels I ONLY SOc PER YARD. Good American Friuts. 1 Shilling pr, yd. Bleached and Brown Cottons, AT LOW PRICES! Thibcts, Shawls, Cloakings, Beav ers, Poplins. Brest* Good* of all Description*. WOOLEN GOODS FOB MEN & BOY’S WEAR! All of the above Goods will be offered at a GREAT REDUCTION from regular rates. Remember! No. 4 DeeriDg Block. Dec 8—d&wtf 1 tressed Hogg. CHOICE lot, just received and for tale by liLAIvE, JONES & C0„ ja5dhv 1(7 Commercial St. O Y H T JE R N willmmIl BARTON, AT his stores, No*. 231 & 233 Congress Street, near New City Building, is constantly receiving fresh arrivals of New York und \ irginia Oyster*, which he is prepared to sell by the gallon, quart or bu.,hel, or served up in any style. J an nary 5,18G7. dtr Tor Sale. IT1HE brig ELMIltA, 174 tone old measurement A well calculated fur the Coasting trade. Apply to YEATON <fc HALE. dec24d&w3w CHRISTMAS -AND YEW YEAR’S. AS THE HOLIDAYS ARE APPROACHING P. M. FROST Has a fresh Stock ot Kid Grloyes To Offer at Low Prices i 300 Pr*. «f W.rld.rrn.wued TkImhc, ot only 81,30 300 Pra, of Clotbilde, at ooly 1.00 No. -4 Decrine Block, CONGRESS STREET. Dec 22—d&wtt «reat Bargains In Worsteds -AND WORSTED GOODS! - AT - MBS. C. IV. JORDAN’S, Corner of Dow and Brackett Streets. Through the month of January, to close a stock. Also a new seven octave PIANO, ot Gilbert's, to let. Portland, Jan. 2,18G7. eodfJw “THE P£!« IS IIIGHTIEB THAN THE SWORD.” The Gold Pen-Best and Cheapest of Pens Morton’s Gold Pens l The Best Pens in the World i For Pale at his Headquarters, No 25 Maiden Lane, New York, and by every duiy-appomtod Agent at the same prices. C#* A Catalogue, with full description of Sizes and Pin es, sent on receipt oi letter postage. no20tLc-w6m A. UKORTOK. Sew year's gifts A good assortment of GENTS’COUNTRY KNIT HOSE ! DOMESTIC YARNS I GENTS’, LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S GLOVES AND MITTENS. -ALSO — Bnakfiui Shawl*, Haoda, .Hen and Day*’ Scarf*, German Wanted*, Drew Trimming*, Tidies, Knitting Cotton, Angola aad other Factory Tara*. New lot of Ladies" and Cliildren’a BALMORAL SKIRTS ! very pretty, and late styloe. Also BALMORAL BOBDEBING, for sole at M. E. B I?D LOW'S, da 31dl'w 4:10 Conic it m* SUrret* '"Send your orders for Job Work to Daily Pros i- .ii>. iisleiwvi*. t O fv. ?£ v N JPo*rii!v.®'*oT 1J Cil Pe-Ka»> *<*• S£« l , vv Vi" 1 SHOVEI. Mi.HUlUUM, CoS laws ol tt.e Shfiru1^4115' "““islied under the £, and having Its place ol : D in dth 0.^,1 " *■>« l ouutv of Cumberland, I 1A.uMtd . hll' V,*"*! 1,1 tlic' l «r of the Lord one iliMiaand *lKlit hundred and siitv-ti t»v Its Deed of date.'I'ofW.ltothe CuL. . Batili ot Portland, the follow! ny do- , ib,d ..,*Kal* and chatties, viz . , ISI.000 polled* Of «t4»l ‘b-Vt.uiu.l M th s. , Factory >jn Canal Strtvfc in 14,rt^o«l 3C*,ugg pound* of Norway iron; lf,6WMM»t»iiitoofiCiigUrvhaiid Vtuer* loan .Slicet ami Plat*; Iron: *hoo<» of strau lion an 1 Straps; 750 (Juzenuof Sbovel*; loon pound!, oi iron rod* and ilvet*; l‘J,300 Nho\el hunt lit*; 3^ ton* ot Coal; ‘JO ton* of Coal; 6U cord* of aood, j a,000 feet of pine and to-h lumber; h ton* MVap Iron 1 and steel. anJ all the fini»:)ing tool* and materials | at the Shovel Kaot/>rv,the§:ud enumerate 1 quantities 1 be lug as estimated, and including all the g-»oda and I chatties of the atoieauld Kind* and description, at the date of «ai«l mortgage, owned by said shovel Manilla; luring Company, and k«pt or deposited in Portland, at the said Factory, ami on the Wharf ol the P. S. & P. kailioad Company, and in Wn'ker** Building on ( anal Street, to secure the payment of si < proiuGoi v notes ot said Company. Which said mortgage is recorded in the office of the Clerk of the City of Portlaud, Book 15, page ill; and the condition of said mortgage having been * t> oken, the said mortgagee intends to forcelose the same. Notice Is also given that the Portland Shovel Man ufacturing Company aforesaid, on the eighth day of Se| tomher, A. I), Xooo, bv their mortgage of that date, mortgaged to the said Casco National Bank ol Poi tl.tnd, two roan work bosses, one white driving horse, one jigger, one »leigh, one buffalo robe, one woolen robe, three blanket*, one iron sate, three office desks, three otlicc chair.-, two platform scales and one wagon, which mortgage la ^curded m the office 01 the city Clerk of the Citv oi Portland, Book 11, pagi* Hi; aud that the condition of said rnort gage having been broken, said mortgagee intend* to foreclose he same. TUF CASCO NATIONAL BANK of Portland. _ , By E. P. Gebbisii. Cashier. Portland, Jaa. 9. 1*07. »3* 3 S. WINSLOW & CO.’S ~ NEW GROCERY! HAVING moved iut- our new store, next Uoor be low our old stand, cud fitted it for a FIRST CLASS GROCERY, we begler e t> return our thanks to our numerous pat rous for past favors, and Inform them and tin: pub lic generally, that while endeavoring to maintain our repmiUnu for -elling the best of BEEF, and all kinds of MEATS and VEGETABLES, we have added to our stock a ehok-o variety of pure groceries, and hope by selling the best of goods At thr Lowest Cash Prices! to merit a fair efcareof jatronage. The earn* atten tion as here’ofore [gild to orders for Meats and Vege tables for dinners. Cart will call for orders every morning if desired. S. WINSL’JW A CO. No. £tt Spring Street Market. 8. WINSLOW. c. E. PAGE. January 11. d6in Notice. rPH£ members of the Portland 9ooiety of Natural I History are hereby notified to meet at the outre of th> Treasurer, No. 21) Free street, on FU1DAY next, Jan. ibtli, at 3 o’clock P. M., to decide, 1st, If the Society will cell their real estate on Con gress street. 2d In case it Is voted to sell, to authorize Bonn person to sign and dshver a good deed of mil uance. WILLIAM WOOD, janlldtd Presiilent. City of Portland. January loth, 1M7. THERE will be a meeting of the Committee on Street*. Sidewalk* and Bridge* on Saturday, January 12th, at 3 o’clock P. M, at the corner of Dan fortli and Emery Streets, In relation to the petition of T. C. Mersey and other* to have Emery Street graded. All interested are requested to be present. Per Order Committee. A. P. MORGAN, Chairman. Jan 11—d2t Wood Lot for Sale, SITUATED In the town of Freeport, four miles from the Kail Way Station, containing seventeen acres, all covered with a thrifty growth of young hard wood. 300 cords might now be cut. Apply to C. S. Goduaril, Morrill’s Corner, West brook; or F. A. Cox, Brunswick. Addresa C. S. GODDARD, Portland, Me. JalldSt* REM O V A L . CI.OIDHA1V Sc RTEVENR have remov to No 3 Long Wharf, toot of Exchange street. Jan 11—dim 17th Maine Regiment Association. rrvlIEUE will be a meeting of the members of the X 17th Maine Regiment Association on SATUR DAY EVENING, Jan. 12th, at 71 o’clock, at old City Hall. A punctual attendance u requested. Janlldlc Per order. Booms to Let. TWO Front Rooms, well furnished, to let with board, No. 38 Center Street, opposite Preble House. Jalldlw* GOOD HEWS ! FOR ALL! Dry Goods I *1UE nOJVJT! JUST LOOK AT Leach, Parker & Go’s Revised PHce List l Very Good, yard wide, Brown Sheeting, 14f bine, yard wide, Brown Sheeting, 17c Heavy “ « •• “ Mr Fine “ •« Bleached " Me All the beet makes, yard wide, Bleached Sheet ings, 35c Heavy Cotton Flannel, 33c Best quality “ “ 35c Red all Wool “ 33c Gray all Wool “ 33c Shirting « 43c White “ 35c Balmoral Skirts, 33,03 Prints, 13 M 18c | All wool Blankets, pr pair, 84,03 All wool Cassimcre, 75 c former price 31,35 All wool Tweeds, 75 c former price 3J.OO All wool Plaids, 75 c former price 81,33 Cotton and Wool Plaids, SO c former price 73c “ “ “ 37 c former pilceS3c “ “ “ 35 c former price 3©c Union Bearer, 81,30 former price 33,30 Moscow “ 85,00 funner price 87,30 —ALSO— BLACK AND COLORED SILKS, both plain and figured, Milk and Waol and all Waal PapUas, Cabargi, Thibet*, Mohairs, Alpac caa, (black and colored), Caahawraa, All Waal DeLsian, and In bet all onr DRESS GOODS will be rimed out at prices conforming to tbe present state oj the market. All our large stock of Cloaks at Cost! LEACH, PARKER & CO, 5 Deering Block, CONGRESS STREET. JanlO dlw For Sale, A SUPERIOR lot of DRIED PEACHES In Bar rels, Bags awl tierces, by C. B. ROGERS, No 133 Market St., Decl8d5w Philadelphia. Black Alpaccas. A FULL LINE JUST RECEIVED EASTMAN J5R0THERS ALSO, Dress Goods ! Thibets and Poplins I VERY CHEAP. Prints, Delaines, and Cottons, At the very Lowest Market Prices. 10-4 All Wool Blankets $4.(Kfpair. Balmoral Skirts, $9.00. Country Yarn, white anti colored, 20 cts ifr -Ladies Heavy Bibbed Hose 26 eta pair. No Trouble ta Show Reads. Eastmau Brothers, jalOJgwMI CONORESS Si. DIVIDEND. A DIVIDEND of 10 per cent, win be paid the stockholders of tbe Tug Warrior at the office of J. 3. Winslow, January 16th. JanlOdtfJ. 3. WINSLOW. Agent. COKE FOR SALE ! Price 15 Cents a Bushel, delivered. Apply at the Treasurer’s Office, !»»» COKGBEM STREET. JanTdlw_ . For Sale. A SUIT of Sails, Rigging and Blocks, nearly new, from a lishiug Schooner of 100 tons; also Top sails, Fore and Mainsails, second hand. SAMPSON A CONANT, | decldtf No. lb * 20 Commercial Wharf. I* tk 'l hi. **.'* A*i a uutLJ3r 01 iiikllxS o0 . v i^ work made oui of the shop. Apr!} to J. T. LEWIS <fc CO.. Jafkllw No 5 Galt block. Wanted. \ SITUATION Ly m >.»uug maa .o» assistant it . ! ki ■ lm ■ Ena % t !• .-k •• - ah mat Address, •«h. W.” Portland. J:»Adlw# Wanted Immediately l A 1'lrnt tlass l.ndy Teacher! To take clinrge of Hie English Department in a Seminar). Afftyto D. t\, Box 276, ti(gvu.>w Saint .John, New Hruuswlck. Flour Barrels Wanted. January 2d. 1867, we .hull resume Vthewu.Ua*., *',uUt la,... ion CASH, ut th. Portliind Sugar Co., '■** lej Oaut.rtt, Hi. _dcC7.11m J. B. HUOWN A aONS. Flour Barrels Wanted. WE will pay 30 cents each foi lir»t class Flour Lwriclsouiiable Cot sugar. LYNCH, BARKER & CO., no»'13dtf 139 Commercial street. $5! Agents Wauled! $lo FIVE to Ten Dollars per ilay, by the Hartford Publishing Co. Box 1000 Portland, Maine. Portland Dec. 17 dim* Wanted immediately. A Good American, Nova SSj Ha and Irish A. vJv/ Girls to do hou-sework, eook, * c., In pri vate lamilies and hotels in tnis city and country. Situations sure. The beat wages paid. Also CO Girls to work in Factories. Farmers and others wanting men lor any work will do well to call on us, a? we will supply them Uee of charge. Address or apply at the General Agency Employment OUieo, 3514 Congress Street, up stairs. COX & PoWAKS. sept2fidU late WlUXNliY & Ctt._ AGMTS WAATED, Fur 'iuort'a \e.v IVark I “WOMEN OF THE WAR.” AGENTS will tlmi this a book of real merit and in trinsic value—nlbjkct new—intensely inttr eating ami eruitmg. No Work ever attiacte 1 and engaged the public mind like this Everybody wants it, and thousan ls w ill purchase It as soon as an op portunity is attorned them. Read w liat Agents say of it. One expci ienced Agent writes: It is the easiest and pleasantest Book lie ever canva&*<.-u f >r; and says people are delighted with it, die Ladies especially. Another says: "Women of the War” is the book of the season. Another, 137 Orders in Four Days. One reports 17 older* the lirst day of canvassing. Intelligent, active .Males or Female will hnd the sale ot this work a pleasant and lucrative employment. This book lia* no competitor—it comes fresh and new to tlie people. The territory is clean and clear.— Monts uuiicrstaud the advantages in tills particular, for full particulars send lor Circular. Address C. A. CHAPIN, • Pham ix Building, Room 13, Boston, Mass. decUdJtwlm LOST AND FOUND. Lost! BETWEEN Center and Oak streets, a long black WHIP. The lintler will be suitably rewarded by leaving it at the Bioont Manufactory of K. N. BROWN S: CO., corner ol Congress and Washington streets.JantfiUt Lost! ARAT-TEHEXEE DOG, dark brown, with short tail and ears, and answers to the name of ‘Tip.* Any one giving information where be can be found to S. \V. JOY, 466 Congress street, will be suitably rewarded- JauJeodlw* BOARD AND ROOMS. Board. A FEW gentlemen boarders can be accommodated at No 28 Pails Street. Apply to T. P. S. DEEK INU. Ja‘*12w • To be Let. PLEASANT unfurnished rooms without board, suitable tor gentlemou and thoir wives. En quire at No. 5 South street, between 9 aud 11 A. M. each day. janSdtf To Let with Scal’d. ALabke Fa< 'NT Pablob at 31 Free Street. Also Lodging lloou with or without Board. JanSdkw* MEDICAL ELECTRICITY DR. W. hT DLftliHG, Medical Electrician-* 174 MIDDLE STREET, Nearly Oppomte the t uii. tl Mates Hotel W HERE he would respectfully announce to citizens of Portland and vkmuiy, that lie s pci mane utiy located in this city. Luring the three year;. w«. have been in thin city, we l>ave cured some Of the wo*st farms of disease in persons who have tried other form* ol treatment in vain, and curing patients in so short a time that the question is »iten asked, do they stay cured? To answer this question, we will say that all that do not stay cured, we doctor the second time wiihout charge. Dr. D. has l*een a practical Electrn ion tor twenty* one years, and in also a regular graduated phynciai«. Electricity is perfectly adapted to chronic dUCascsiu the form of nervous or sick headache; neuralgia m the head, neck, or extremities; consumption wire a in the acute stages or where the lungs are not fully Involved; acute or chronic rheumatism, scrofula, hip diseases, white swellings, spinal diseases, c irvatnra of the spine, contracted muscles, distorted limbs, paljy or paralysis, St. Vitas* Dance, deafness, slant* meriug or hesitancy ol speech, dyspepsia, indiges tion, constipation and liver complain) , piles—we cure every ca>e that can be presented, asthma, bronchi tis, strictures »ii the chc^-t, and all farms ol- female complaints. A By Electricity The Rheumatic, the gouty, the l&me and the laa? leap with joy, and move with the agility and elastic ity of youth; the heated brain is cooled; the trost bitten limbs restored, the uncourh deformities re moved ; faintness converted to vigor, weakness to strength; the blind made to see, the deal to hear and the palsied form to move upright; the blemishes ol youth are obliterated; tire AccroLNin of mature life prevented; the calamities ot old age obviated and an active circulation maintained. LADIES Who have cold bam.* and tael; weak stomachs, lam aud weak backs; uervuuaaud n.k headache, dull ness and swimming in the head, with indigestion and constipation of the bowels; pain In the hide and back; leucorrlroea, (or whites); lading c/the womb with in* terual cancers; tumors, polypus, and all that long train of diseases will tind in hiec tricky a •urc means of cure. For paluiui menstruation, too paoiuse menstruation, and all of those long lure of trouble* with young ladies, Electricity is a certain specific, and will, in a short time, restore the sullerer to the vigor 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 lor reset ting he would give a polite invitation to call. Superior Klkctro Magnetic Ma-iunes tor sale for family u«c, with thorough hrstm*lions. Dr. D. can accommodate a few patients with board end treatment at bis house. Office hours from 8 o’clock A. M. to 12 M., from 1 to 6 P. M., and 7 to 9 iu the evening. Consultation flee. novltt To Rent, YTTAREHOUSE on Custom House Wharf. En ▼ ▼ quire of LYNCH. BARKER A CO., novldtf 139 Commercial street. PAINTH AND OIL CHEAP Just received •» bond, and toi sale duty free for u*»on tha burnt district, Strictly Pure English Leal aud Oil ! Rebuilders will efleet a great saving by purchasing In this way. Every description of PAINT STOCK at the lowest rates by JT. U . PERKIN* A TO., jan9d3t 86 Commercial street. Clolhiny demised and Repaired BY WILLIAM BROWN, formerly si 91 Federal street, is now located at his new store No61 Fed eral st, a tew door* below Lime street, will attend to his usual business of Cleansing and Repairing Clothing of all kinds with hi* usual promptness. £r.JF*Secon«l-hand Clothing far sale at fair prices. Jan 8—dtf_ noticeT THOSE suffering from that terrible malady Chilli aud Fever, wuo have hitherto been to tind a remedy, will do well hi writ, to me, a. 1 have a sale aud i.rtalucure, which 1 will lurnUc to tli. afflicted lot live dollar.. Aildri CkKCTS LOWELL, Stevens' Plains, Westbrook, Me , care ot Deering Colley. January 5,18>.7. iWtr* QUARTERLY STATEMENT OF THE Merchants National Bank, Portland, Hie., Jtku 7,1SQ7. Rensillaeb Cbam, President. C'iiables Pavsov, Ceshier. Da. Loan, 541,273,99 Beal Estate, 17,013,72 Cash Items, 100,464 Due from other Banks, 71,463,63 U. S. Bonds and Notes, 409,050 National Bank Bills, 11,356 State Bank Bills, Specie, >!>40<> Lawful Money, *1,733,83 Stocks, 10^77,03 -$1,228,2*1,24 Cn. Capital Slock, 300,000 Profit atul Lots, 36,208.23 Circulation, 202,077 Circulation Merchants Bank, 7,671 Deposits, 615,885,20 Due other Bank., 5,539,72 -$1,223,281.24 Jan 9—d3t Marbleized Slate Mantleal Superior in Appearance, More Durable and at Half the Price of Marble. T. B. STEW ART. «0* Mixlh Arc. New York. Send for Descriptive Catalogue with prices. lmdriS PMtYO-FOB TE. ~ T HSTBl’CTIOX CSIVSN on the PIANO. 1 ROUTE, by Mitt AOS ES McC. LORD, 4-J7 C'ongrcM Street* Janaary 4, 1jJ67- _ JaMtr To Lot. •tYTHAKFAGF. and Storage to let on wharf with > \ Wide and narrow gauze rail track, and deep water. Apple to J. H. HAMLEN, heart Hol«onre W Lari’. i»W3w