Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, January 15, 1867, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated January 15, 1867 Page 4
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T*«*cti*y • The Popular Creed. Dimes and dollars! dollars and dimes 1 An empty pocket’s the worst ot crimes; It a man’s down give him a thrust— Tiample the beggar into tlio duBt. Presumptuous poverty's quite appalling— Knock him over! kick him for tailing! If a man’s up, oh! lift him higher; Your soul’s lor sale, and he’s a buyer. Dimes ami dollara! dollars ami dimes! An empty pocket's the worst of crimes. I know a poor but worthy youth, Whose hopes are built on a maiden’s truth; But the maiden will break her vow with ease For a wooer cometh whose charms are these: A hollow heart aud an empty head, A lace well tinged with the brandy’s red, A soul well trained in villany’s school, And c:ish, sweet cash—he kuoweth the rule; Dimes and dollars! dollars and dimes! Au empty pocket’s the worst of crimes. I know a bold and honest man, Who strove to live on the Christian plan; But poor he is, and poor will he, A scorned and hated thing Is he; At home he meeteth a starving wife, Abroad he leadeth a leper’s liter They struggle against fearful odds, Who will not bow to the people’s gods. Dimes and dollars! dollars and dimes! Anompty pocke.’s the worst of crimes. So get your wealth, no matter how! No questions asked of the rich, I trow; Steal by night and steal by day, (Doing all in a legal way;) Join the Church, and ne’er forsake her, Beam to cant and insult your Maker; Be hypocrite, liar, knave and fool, But don’t be poor—remembered the rule: Dimes and dollars! dollars and dimes, An empty pocket’s the worst of crimes. t'uriau* Chiucuc Morin. There is a well knowu Greek story of a pen niless man who, going out with a rope in his hand to hang himself, found a purse ot mon ey, which induced him to throw away the rope, whereas the owner of the purse coming back to look for his property, and finding only the rope instead straightway hanged himself. A still more curious tale, of a similar kind, is told by the China papers. In the native city of shaughni the parents of a young lady lately married, haviug fallen Into distressed circum stances, applied to her for assistance, and her husband allowed her to give them a coat lor the purpose of being pawned. The daughter, however, being anxious to render further aid without her husband’s knowledge secreted $10 in the pocket of the coat. The old man did not discover this, and took it to a pawnbroker who noticing the money on unfolding the gar ment, kept his counsel and quietly advanced Soon atter the husband discovered that the wife had given the $1(1 to her lather, and made so much noise about it that the young lady disposed of herself by hanging. In this way tire news of the robbery committed by the pawnbioker became known to the patents, and tin' old mother took Uie matter so much to heart that she poisoned herself with opium. Lastly, tho pawnbroker, getting alarmed on hearing that his dishonesty had alieady caus ed two deaths, drowned himself iri a well. This story is very characteristic of the Chinese feeling in regard to life, and similar incidents not untrequcntly occur. ■Some years ago, for instance, am accomplish ed young lady at Canton, who had been un fortunately married to a coarse and stupid husband, was bewailing her fate to a party of sisters and female cousins, and declared her intention of committing suicide. On this, the young ladies declared that, since such was married life, they would die too; and so the whole bevy of them joined hands together, and walking into a fish pond deliberately drowned themselves. Again three men im prisoned in Hong Kong gaol on a charge of piracy determined to make "way with them selves rather than have the bother of a trial. At some height in the cell where they were imprisoned was a small window guarded by two iron bars, and the problem which these worthies had to solve was how the three of them were to he hanged upon these two bars. From the position in which they were found in the rooming, it would seem that the third man bad assisted the two others in hanging themselves from the bars by their tails; that then he had cut down one of them by gnaw ing through ihe tall with his teeth; and, using the dead body as a stool, to be afterwards kicked over, he had contrived to suspend him self. All this, too, was done so quietly as not to attiajt the attention of a sentry who was pacing outside beneath the window.—Pall Mall Gazette. Popular Pollic*. Hall's Journal of Health enumerates the following. The list is capable of being indef initely extended. Indeed, if one should spec ify aii the silly and ridiculous habits and prac tices by widen the majority of reasoning mor tals are injuring themselves, he would make a chapter as long as the Atlantic cable: Walking along the street with the point of an umbrella sticking out behind, under the arm or over the shoulder. By suddenly stop ping to speak to a friend, or other cause, a per son walking in the rear hid his brain pene trated through his eye, in one of our streets, and died in a few days. Stepping into a church aisle, after dismis sion, and standing to converse with others, or to al/ow occupants of the same pew to pass out before, for the courtesy of precedence, at the expense of a greater boorishness to those behind. To cairy a long pencil in vest or outside coat pocket. Not long since a clerk in New York fell, and the long cedar pencil so pierced an important artery that it had to be cut down upon from the top of his shoulder, to prevent his bleeding to death, with three months ill ness. lo take exercise or a walk for the health when every step is a drag, and instinct urges us to repose. To guzzle down glass after glass of cold wa ter on getting up in tne morning, without any feeling ot thirst, under the impression of the health giving nature ot its washing out quali ties. To sit down to the table and force yourself to eat, when there is not only no appetite to eat but a positive aversion of food. To take a glass of soda or toddy, or a san garee or mint drops on a summer day under the belief that is safer and better than cold water. To economize time by robbing yourself of necessary sleep, on the ground that an hour saved trom sleep is an hour gained for life, when in reality it is two hours actually lost and halt a dozen others actually spoiled. To persuade yourself that you are destroy ing one unpleasant odor by introducing a stronger one; that is, attempting to sweeten your own unwashed garments and person by involving yourself in the fumes of mask, eau de cologne, or rose water; the best perfume being a clean skin and well-washed clothing. A Literary Neighborhood—An Inter esting Corner of London.—The London correspondent of a Western paper writes: In the Northwestern corner of London, near the beautiful open fields of Kensal Greon and Kiiburn, there is formed by the junction of two canals a very pretty lakelet on one side ot which is a noble row of bouses Conning Warwick Crescent, while the other side is built in villas and called Bloomfield lioad.— One of the finest houses iu Warwick Crescent was the London residence of the gifted Mrs. Browning, and is still occupied by her hus band, Hubert Browning. Friends in passing, point to an upper window of the elegant man sion and say ‘’That was the room in which Mrs. Browning studied and wrote.” Almost any fine day the past three years, you would have seen a crow! of people on the bridge and watching the magnificent rowing of a young fellow on the little lake. That young tellow is the son of Florentine birth, so often and exquisitely referred to in the poems of Mrs. Browning. Whether or not he will ever dc velopc any of the literar y genius of his parents, he is unquestionably a splendid boatman. He Is now about seventeen; goes toOxlord this year; and will be a good -mascular Clnistian,” even if be does not excel as poet and schol ar. Just across the lakelet in one of the elegant villas of Bloomfield Koad, lives another man of mark and fame in the world—a poet, a pat riot and an exile. It is Gottfried Kinkel, the story ol whose release from the Prussian pris on by the daring ingenuity of Carl Schurz was recently told in a Paris paper, L’Eveuement. I remember as a boy seeing Dr. Kinkel no his visit to the United States. What a mag nificent specimen of manly beauty, and even of msyesty he wasl When after the lapse of so many years, I met him again in London, I found traces of time, of toil, anxiety, disap pointment and grief. His liair, which was once as black as the raven’s plume, is now white; he is getting bald, and that athletic frame, which Prussian cruelly could not bow, is beginning to yield to the weight of years and sorrow. He has had deep domestic sor rows of which I need not speak; and the great griet ol his heart must be the blighting ot the pa.riot’s hope for Germany. He has tolled most industriously, first in Edinburgh, then m London.. He fias achieved the high tndPm w°fhf a lectureron art and literature, and now the crown of honor and success in his recent appointment to a professorship IP the renowned University ol Zurfcb H e liLP accepted the position, and will euter unon iU duties In September. uP°n lta Ro It I !* fi Or G I I, K K v At the old stand 01 E. Dana Jr * > _ . , APOTHECARIES, Peering Block, Corner or Congress and Preble Sts POETLAND, HE. ’ Foreign and Domestic Drugs, Chemicals, Fluid F.i Iracto, i'oUf.r *- tides, Perfumery, and Fancy Goods Physician's prescriptions carelully prepared, either by day or night. Mr. Charles B. Greenloal, wbo has been at this stand lor a number ot years, will remain as prescrip. Hon clerk. tcpgl-eod&wtt r>ivii>E]vi>. COMP AN? will pay a Diri ment Tr* it\?BliE Pee Cent iree from Govern Sber lio a’im ,tbc. Merchants National Bank, on and books of thuVvSi,1'10 al1 stockholders borne on the books oi the Companj- pn the lSih inst. Portland. Jangd,iiCT.0LN CASE V^Tr^surcr. 1 lie Grothic^ Furnace! says*! have® U'iS' 1,i’trict Courubr Rwi ufaSi JNJ * h?vc used your furnace No. 10 two wintJIS,. U is sirnplo m construction. I am entirely saUshen Ttoye “ preferabl° ‘"My bo‘ »lr ft£na!£ AXEX. fflt. LEbLEV, ran-. «9s «ns ATSMe. nfw i’srb. A circular test by r^uwt, * • doiWJ» MEDICAL. MBB-Tlie wonderful progress ot medical Sct Vam.nti' during the past si sc years, only wakes A Ai oi.sible lor the conscientious Physician Bm«■,0 declare■, now that, Consumption is as m m UA e.ri-.iM-v CURED as Intermittent Ferer, ESMmd ascERTAINLY PREVENTED as Ultial JglSHK.. X. Xing. if. fJ., L. L. U., etc. KING’S PREPARED PRESCRIPTION, [Made prom the Presciiiption op Kev.Chas. E. Kino, M. D. L. L. r., ac.j is confidently presented to tUe public lor the Proven tion and cure ot _ CONSUMPTION. ,„r the radical *£« i’ATARKH and all aflectious ot ti*© 1HROA1 and AiitPAKS V.GKS: for Ut neral mid S|*eetal derange menu ofthe N ERVT OUS SYSTEM: and lor all Fuue Uonal Disorders of the Stomach and Bowels. D immediately increases the strength and deepens tbc color of the pale blood. It subdues the Chills and Fever, and diminishes the Expectoration. It (hecks the Night Sweats always in from seven U> iiturtecu da vs. The appetite h at once mvigoraled, andthepa'ieut rapidly gains flesh; the cough and the difficult breathing are speedily relieved, the TOMS DISAPPEAR WITH A REALLY ASTON 1^rhePltKSOKlPTujN should be used in every case whole the Physician commonly prescribes ‘-Tonics, Iron, Acids, Bark, Quinine, Cod Liter Oil, Whiskey, see. And in every case, by whatever name ku jwd, in winch there is exhibited any one or more ol the following SYMPTOMS : Difficult or Irregular Breathing, Loss of breath, Cough, Wasting ot Flesh, Bleeding from the Lungs, Lossol Strength, Loss of Appetite, Gen ral Debility, Night Sweat*, Flying Pains through the Shoulders, client, Face o»‘ limbs, Nervous Headache, Nervous Prostration, Giddiness or Dizziness, Excessive pale ness, Sore Throat, Drowsiness, Sleeplessness. Sour Stomach, Heart-Burn, oppression or sinking ot the Stomach beloie or alter eating. Re mi; tan t Fever, &c. and especially in all Female Disorder or Uterine Ir regularities, such as Difficult, Painiul, Suppressed, Scanty, Excessive, Delayed, Premature or too Fre quent Menstruation. Statements iron Patients. “Your Prescription saved my daughter’s life, and has saved me hundreds of dollars/’—Rev. E. Hum phreys, Kemden N. Y. “We bless God tor the benefit we have received from your Prepared Prescription.”—Rev. P. Piere GRi-N, Blosseburg, Penn. “Every one to whom I have recommended P has been benclittedmuchby its use/’—Rev. C.D. Jones, ltacine, Wis. Bihle House. Astor Place, N. Y.,—In the early part ot February, i860,1 was suilering irom a violent cough, tor which 1 had been treated, during the six months previous without auy benefit. I liad Night Sweats which completely prostrated me. In the eveniug, hoarseness would come on, which would prevent me from speaking above a whisper 1 had then had two attacks ol hemorrhage from thp Lungs. My family physician assured me he could do more lor me, yet I was growing rapidly worse, and had been compelled to leave business for nearly two months. All my symptoms indicated, unmistakably, the presen c of CONSUMPTION. In the beginning ol February Mr. Henry Fisher 'IVcasur&r qf ihc American Jiibic Society, pre.-ented me with a bottle ol the Prepared Prescription, lnajw days my appetite which 1 had cutirely lost, rtj . ied; within a weak my cough almost left nit; anu in less than two weeks the Ntyhi Sit cals were broken up. Thence(brward I regained strength rapidly, and am now regularly at endiug to my duties as clerk to the AMERaC.IN BIBLE SOCIETY, in whose employ ment 1 have been nine years. 1 am now enjoying 1 good health. Your PRESCRIPTION effected a cure when my friends despaired of my recovery. THOS. J CONGER. '•Ihavehad Nervous or Spasmodic Asthma lor eleven years. During the last six years I have never had‘an uninterrupted nights rest. It otten seemed to mo that l would die before i could get air into my lungs. 1 was ha gard and spiritless, aud suit, red to greatly from shortness of breath’ that 1 was compelled to take frequent rgsts in walking from my residence to my place ot business. ‘‘The night before I obtained the ‘PREPARED PRESCR1PTON,’ was the worst I ever passed. On obtaining the remedy, I took a teaspoonful at ndon. and again at night, and slept all night without wak ing. 1 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 alllicted with ‘shortness of breath/ I shall be glad to have any one alllicted with Asthma call and see me. “EZRA C. DANGDON, No. XU 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 Coktlandt 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 LAROOKAH'S Pulmonic Syrup. for the cure of Coughs, Colds. Whooping Cough, Cronp, Asthma, Catarrh. Influenza, Bronchitis, Spitting of Blood, Pleurisy, Juilamutiou of the Lungs or Chest, Pain in tho side, Night Sweets, Hoarseness, Consumption in its early stages, and all Diseases of the Throat aud Lungs. Tins remedy is too well known and too highly es teemed to require commendation here. It is regarded a necessity in every household, and is heartily endors ed by the medical (acuity, clergymen of every dciiouu liaticn, mothers, odious, members of Congress, aud many of our most distinguished men iii public and private life. Ooaghs, Golds, Sore Throats, &o. Letter from Hon. D. W. Gooch, Member qf Congress Massachusetts. Melrose, July 1916Go. Dr. E. B. Knig JITS —Dear sir • I have used Dr. Isarookah’s Syrup in ray Jamily for six years, aud have jound it an excellent remedy tor Coughs. Colds, bore Throats, r_nd all consumptive oonipluiuts, Ac. I have recommended it to several /fiends, who have received great bcuciitsiroiu its use. Letter from a well known Boston Druggist <f twenty years experience, and steward qf Hanover Street M. E. Church: Boston, March 9,1PCG. Dr. E. B. Knights: Having used LAROOKAH’S PULMONIC SIRUP myself‘aud in my frailly for the i>nst six years, 1 am prepared to say that it is su perior to any medicine 1 have ever known, lor the positive cure of Coughs, Colds, boro Throat and all similar complaints. As I take cold very easily, i have had great opportunity to lest the virtues of this valuable remedy, and it lias never failed me yet, however violent the disease. Having been iu the Drug business for over 20 years, I have laid good oj> port unities of knowing the virtues of the various med icines sold, and pronounce LA HOOKAH’S STRUT', THE best of any article ever presented to the public. Tours, W. R. BOWEN, SG Hanover St. CROUP. Mrs. J. R. BuRStS, 114 East 23d St., N. Y., wntc9 Oct. 9, ltG4: “During last winter three of my chil dren were attacked with Croup, aud Bom the violenc e of the symptoms, they were pronounced to l>o in much danger. At the instance of our pastor, Rev. Mr. Stiles, 1 tried Luookali’s Pulmonic Syrup, which promptly relieved them, and in a very short time they entirely recovered. In gratitude (Or the bcnelit cou lerrcd, 1 cannot refrain irom making this testimony public.” WHOOPING COUGH. E. W. Mayer oi Carle!on, N. B., writes 7 Dee., 18fiU: “My son. live years old. was a tew mouths since suffering greatly Irom WHOOPING COUGH. 1 nev er saw a more dlstrcssiiigcase. 1 gave him Larookah’s Pulmonic kvrup aceonliug to directions and soon be gan to see improvement. The Cough became easier— the expectoration freer, and in two weeks the malady was entirely overcome.” BRONCHITIS AND CATARRH. A. W. Harris, writes irom whale-ship “Eldora do,” March II, leGO: “Hiving suffered for lour years with Bronchitis ami Catarrh in their most aggravat ing forms, I feel it iny duly to state that 1 have been permanently cured by the use of Laiook&li’s Pul monic Syrup. I had paid large sums to physicians aud for so calod Cat an ah Remedies, but until X used the Syrup J experienc ed no relief.” SPITTING OF BLOOD. PLEURISY. INFLA TION OF THE MJNGS, PA IN tN THE SIDE NIG JIT SWEATS, HOARSE NESS. Ac. From Rev. B. F. Bowles, Manchester, N. H.: “The bottle of Dr. Ltrookali’s Pulmonic Syrup, you so kindly sent me, lias boon tried lor hoarseness, with very good results; for this I would confidently recom mend it.” From Rev. L. A. L.VMPflER, North Ilero. Vf. “I have used larookali’s Syrup, and feel under obliga tion frankly to acknowledge its excellence. While using your syrup, I have enjoyed better health than I had enjoyed for years. I have bad slight attacks oi hoarseness, but the Syrup would soon remove it. J lind it is a mild and sale remedy also in Spasmodic Bilious attacks to which I am constitutionally sub ject.” E. W. Field, Esq., writes from Virginia City, Colorado, MarcT II, ItGSs “I ieel very grateful lor having fj&rookah’s Pulmonic Syrup near me, my lungs being weak and demanding the most vigilant care. I believe the Svrup (besurest remedy for Pul monary Complaints that lias ever been made avuila olc to the atmetod.” CONSUMPTION Wonderful Cure ok a child Two and a Hale Years Old. Gents:—My grandchild, a lit tle girl of 2 1-2 years old, was taken sick in Port'and, Me., in January, Ib58. No one could tell what was the matter witli her. But she was much picssed lor breath; had a hard, tight cough; could not raise; her throat troubled her grontly: she seemed to lie idling up, and though attended by the best physicians iu Portland, they could not help her, and she declined; aud for some three mouths was not expected to live, llcr doctors, and at length her friends, give up all hopes of her recovery. She was brought Jiomo to ray house in Pliipshurg, Me. We tried Cod liver Oil, but the effect seemed rat her opposite fr<un gor'd. She now could not mol e her hand, so reduced was she. I was taking l*urookali’s Syrup ut the time, aed commenced giving it to lier, and hi a week, site showed quite a change for the belter, and we continued giving it to her. She gradually improved, and is now a perfectly healthy child. People were astonished to see what effect the medicine had on this child, and to see her f|ct well by tho use of Jarook&h’s Syrup, which we >elicve to be the best medicine lor Pulmonary com plaints in the world. Tours, H. LARABEE, Pliipshurg, Me. Space will permit t he publication of but a tithe o the certificates which are constantly coming in from all quarters of the globe. Patients will lind tlie most conclusive evidence of the value of this remedy, in a trial of it, which will cost but a triilc, and winch may yield priceless results. X/nrge bottles $1,00—medium size GO cents. Pro nared by E. R. KNIGHT’S, M. D., Chemist, Melrose, Ma ss., end sold by all druggist s. BrSoUbyW.F. Phillips A Co., W. W. Whipple & Co.,d. W.Perkins a Co, Portland; George C Goodwm & Co, Boston, and by all Druggists and Merchants. no2£eod&wtt GLAD TIDINGS ! W. GMJ. R. Wellcome’s Great German Remedy. PROVES the best Medicine I ever saw for Couchs, Colds, and Bronchitis. It has cured me of a bad case. S. U. PARTRIDGE. I find Wellcome’s G. G. Remedy superior to any Medicine I ever use i in Influenz* ond Asth ma. I ch.eriul y recommend it to the suffering. Hichmondf Ale. Mrs. J. H. CONAKT. I was sick one year, finally had a Co ncil ot six doctors, took their prescript ons. I then took one bottle ot Wei corne’s G. G. Remedy and got more help from it than all else I have taken. Watertown, Ct E. J. WALTON. q q q ^ ^ mouth e‘Kht months with Canker in ing form I 8t0“;u;1). It assumed an alarm* Ues oTwellcome^ LlveViSLn'i", 1 t2ok lbr? bot' Welcome’s Liver Regulator Las beei8' N^0N‘ th«JZ£mfr'Wife’{or Lin- o-JSai— “°™ Welkome's Liver Regulator has bee' mhIT.?’ ono hundred dollars’ be-ietlt to me lor Svlr tkan plaint long standing. ’ S Mb. Yarmouth, Me. LORINa. Your Uvtr Regulator is all told. Send 11s morn The people speak highly of it. * mor ' '• * „ YOUNG a CUTLER V. P. C. I regard Welkome’s Vegetable Paiu Cur er, the best thing I evor saw for internal pain and sore throat and lung . 1. WIGHT Augusta, Me. Send two dozen more of Wellcome’s Pain Cuter It is doing wonders here, and throws Perry Davis’s Into the shade. One case ot Sciatic Rheumatism has "SS&Stfi.M. KIDDER. - Sold by the Trade, rwpwjd by I. c. RELlCO.HK * CO., Janisod**# larmoutb, «U. * MERCHANDISE. ldmbekT All kinds of SPRUCE LUMBER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Frames and Dimension Lumber sawed to order at short notice. Clapboards, Shingles and Laths. PERKINS, JACKSON A- CO., High Street Wharf, 302 Commercial, jan4dtf__ foot of Hlgh 8treet. $8. CHEAP COAL! $8. WE can now offer nice CHESTNUT COAL at $8.00 per ton, delivered at any part of the city. Also for sale at the lowest market price, Old Co. Lehigh, SUGAR LOAF LEHIGH, For Furnace*. For Ranges and Cook Stoves, John*. While A.h, Diamond, Red Aah, which are free of all impurities and very nice. Also Cumberland ! A cargo Just landed, fresh mined, for Blacksmith use. Lehigh Lump, for Foundry Use! •We keep constantly on hand a fall assortment of Choice Family Coal. Thosa wishing to pur chase largo lots will do well to give us a call before purchasing. HARD AND SOFT WOOD Delivered at any part of the city at short notice. Randall, McAllister & Co., No. CO COMMERCIAL ST., oc25dtt n Head of Maine Wharf. Choice Muscovado Molasses arx ) choice muscovado OU TIERCES I 40 RUES. ) MOLASSES for sale by GEO. S. HUNT, Jan8d3w 111 Commercial Street, Southern Pine Floor Boards. A QUANTITY of superior Southern Pine Floor- ; lug Boards, planed jointed and thoroughly sea soned, and ready for use. Also Lathes and long i lumber, for sale by E. T. PATTEN, ja8dtf 293 Commercial St. Trinidad, Muscovado and Clayed MOLASSES, in Hogsheads and Tierces; also a full stock of GROCERIES, FLOUR A PROVISIONS tor sale by CRESSEY, PLUMMER & COLE, Janl4d2w 163 Commercial street. Southern Pine. ABOUT 140 M very superior Flooring and Step Boards now lauding at Cnstom House Wharf, and for sale in lots to suit purchasers. Apply to C. M. DAVIS & CO., 117 Commercial street. Portland, Nov. 21, I860. nov22dtf Coal, Coal, Coal. JCTST RECEIVED and lor sale by the undersigned at their Wharf, Cor. Franklin Wharf & Commercial St, 275 Tons Hazelton Lelilgh, BBOKEN AND EGO SIZE. 300 TONS LOCUST MOUNTAIN EOO AND STOVE SIZE. 300 TONS LOBERY, Free burning and VERY PURE, and all kinds White and Red Ash Coal. These Coals are ol the very best quality, and war anted to give satistaction. Also, BOO cords ol best quality of HARD and SOFT WOOD, which wo will sell at the very lowest prioo and deliver it to any part ol the city at short notice. |y Give us a call and try ns. S. ROUNDS & SON. Jan tBth—dtf Southern Pine Lumber WE are prepared to execute orders for SOUTH ERN PINE LUMBER, by the cargo, deliver ed with dispatch at any convenient port. RYAN Sl DAVIS April 17—dtf 181 Commercial St. Saint Louis Flour / / CHOICE New Wheat Family Flour of the most celebrated brands. T. Harrison & Co., Plants. Eagle, Brilliant XXX, Dictator, Trapical, Amaranto, Whitmore, FOB SALE BY Churchill, Hr (lions & Manmn aug7dtf Trinidad Molasses. tRA HHDS. PRIME QUALITY TRINIDAD ll)U MOLASSES for sale by LYNCH, BARBER & CO., novI3dtf 139 Commercial Street. Oat Meal and Buckwheat! PA BBLS. SUPERIOR NEW OAT MEAL. %J 510 Barrels Southern Buckwheat. Just received and for sale by CHASE BROTHERS, Head Lug wharf. Dec 18,1866.—T,T*S9w Madame ZADOC PORTER’S Curative Cough Balsam, PRICE, 25 AND 50 CENTS PER BOTTLE. The Best, Cheapest, and Most effectual Remedy for Conghs, Colds, &c. the World has ever produced. Purely Vegetable, contains no MINERALS, or other DELETERIOUS DRUGS. me CUBATIV* It A I. SAW is Warranted. if used ac cording 10 Directions, 10 Cure in all caBes, Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and all affections of the Throat and Longs. Madame Xadoc Porter's Balsam is a Purely vege table Expectorant, pre pared with great care and scientific skill, fr«.m a com bination of the best reme dies the vegetable kingdom affords. Its remedial qualities arc based on its power 10 assist the healthy and vigorous circulation of the lilood thioiigh the Lungs. It enlivens the muse’es and assists the skin to per form the duties of regula ting the heat of the system, and in gently throwing off the waste substance from k the surface of the body 5r It loosen* the phlegm, In f dupes free spitting,and will Jhc found very agreeable'to -J the taste. It is not a vio lent hut nmnllinni wanning, searching and effective; can be taken by the oldest person or vnungest child. If you have a Cold, if ever so slight, do not fail m give the Balsam a trial, as the very low price at which it is sold brings it in the reach of every one, that they may always keep it convenient for use The timely use of a 25 cent bottle wiU often prove to be worth one hundred times its cost. Sold by all Druggists. HAIL ft BTJCKEL, Proprietor*, Kew York* * decl8 Tn&F&weow Lea & Perrins' CELBBB1TBD Worcestershire Sauce ! PEOXOtmCEO BY Connaimenn To be The “Only Good Sauce!” And applicable to EVERY VARIETY OF DISH. EXTRACT of a letter from a Medical Gentleman at Madras, to his Brother at Worcester, May, 1851. “Tell Lea <fc Per rins that their Sauce is highly esteemed in India, and is in my opinion the most pal atable as well as the most wholesome Sauce that is made.” The success ol this most delicious and unrivaled condiment haviug caused many unprincipled dealers to apply the name to Spurious Compounds, the pub lic Is respectfully and earnestly requested to see that the names ol Lea & Pebbins are upon the Wrap per, Label, Stopper and Bottle. Manufactured by LEA Ar PERRINS, Worcester. John Duncan’8 Sons, „ NEW YORK, Agents for the United States. oclTdly UTew Store, 349 Congress Street, (Up Stairs.) JT. W. SIMONTOJST& CO., HAVE opened a Ladies’ Furnishing Store, con taining a good assortment ot Hoop Skirts, Corsets, taler Clothing, Merino Vests, Collars, Cab, Worsted and Fancy Roods. French Stamping Done to Order. 349 Congress Street, (Up Stairs.) octttf dtf. Choice Southern and Western flour and corn s for sale by O’BRION, PIERCE & CO., »•"»«*» 109 Commercial St., PORTLAND, Mi, niSCELLANGOiS. R E M cTv A L . .. E. T. Elclen & Co., Will Remove to their New Store No. 5 Free Street, And will Open on Monday, December 10th, A Large Assortment of Rich and Low Priced DRESS GOODS. AMONG WHICH 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, die. A FULL ASSORTMENT OF HOUSEKEEPING GOODS. Shawls, Silk Velvets, Cloths, and Cloaking Goods I One Price and No Variation! « Laces, Embroideries, Hoiiery and Gloves at Astonishing ly Low Prices l MOURNING GOODS, Of every Description. We rhall make.i BIG BREAK IN PRICES, and Bargain! may be expected I SEWING MACHINES. lElT"A Full Assortment at all times ol the Celebrated GROVER & BAKER, Manufacturing ani Fami ly Sewing Machines, and Machine Findings, at Manufacturers’ Prices. Every Machine Warranted to give satislaction. E. T. ELDEN & CO., Dec 10—dtf__ __a FREE gTBBET. RETURN -OF THE ROYAL INSURANCE CONLP’Y, Of Liverpool, England, For the Tear I860, IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE STATUTES OP MAINE. 1. State the name of the Company? Royal Insurance Company. 2. Where located? Liverpool, England. 3. When Incorporated? 13th June, 1845. 4. Amount of capital? £2,000,00u. Subscribed for, $1,922,300. £ a. d. 6. Amount of capital actually paid in?. 288,845 00 00 G. Number of shares, aud pai value of each? 96,115 issued to public, £3 each paid. 7. Amount of lire 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 aud market value of each. Par Value, Market Value, per share. per share. $71,000 United States 0 per cent, stock, 1867. 100 125* 11,965 09 00 75/J50 do 6 per cent, etock, 1868. 100 124 12,681 16 07 .egg 55,0.0 do 5 per cent, stock, 1871. 106 97 8,110 05 07 ^ 282,000 do 5 per cent, stock, 1874. 100 9* 41,220 17 02 26,000 do 6 per cent, stock, 1881. 100 104 3,900 00 00 , - £77,878 00 01 11 Amount of State stock? State amount of each kind, and par value and market value of each. None. 12. Amount of bank stock? State amount ol each kind, and I»ar value and market value of each. None. 13. Amount of railroad stocks? State amount of each kind, aud 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 aud market value of each. £40,000 Great Western Railway Bonds. 100 100 40,425 00 00 15. Cash value ol real estate owned by the Company?. 186,859 14 UO 16. Amount of cash on hand, and in Bank of Liverpool?. 30,476 09 10 17. Amount of cash in bands of agents aud branches?. 61,924 05 10 18. Amount loaned on mortgage ot real estate?. 27,500 00 00 19. 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 B attached hereto.... C51.740 01 07 22. Amount of all premium notes on risks terminated? None. 23. Amount of borrowed money, specifying collaterals given for same? None. Total...£1,281,056 18 00 24. Amount of losses due and unpaid. None. 25. Amount of losses claimed anu unpaid? None, 26. Amount of losses reported, upon which the liability of the Company Is not determined?.£20,401 12 02 Included in amount mentioned in reply to question 34. 27. Amount of all other claims against the Company? Unclaimed divi dends. . .£675 05 00 > mi no Duty collected tor Government not yet due.£17.986 01 09» I0>W)l w w 28. Amount of cash received tor premiums on tire risks,. 414.733 13 00 29. Amount of cash received for premiums on marine risks? No marine business. 30. Amount of notes received lor premium on tire risks? None. 31. Amount of notes received for iiremiuins on marine risks? None. 32. Amount of cash received for interest?.*..#. 21 109 19 06 33. Amount of income received trom all other sources? Including £55.000 Life Prefit, * 5s’l45 11 01 34. Amount of tire losses paid last year? Including amount stated m reply to question 26 318,946 00 06 35. Amount of marine losses paid last year ? No mariue business. 36. Amount of dividends paid last year?. 47 377 10 qo Amount of income tax paid on same ?.797 19 04 87. Amount paid for expenses oi otlice?*... * * * 11,713 06 01 38. Amount of other expenditures?. 104,857 09 07 39. Amouut received iu cash for lire risks not terminated ? About..*.......... * **. 374,580 00 00 40. Amouut required to reinsure all outstanding risks? About.187,290 00 00 41. Amount of premium notes on risks not terminated? None. 42. Amount of delinquent notes not charged to proht and loss? None. 43. Highest rate of interest received? 9 per ceut. 44. Highest rate of interest paid on money borrowed? None. 45. How many shares of capital stock are pledged to tho Company? None.

46. Balance to credit of protit and loss account? This is in addition to £116,913 02 10 Reserved Fund, making, logoilier,t213,190 10 03,. 96,277 07 05 47. Balance to debit of profit and loss? None. 48. How many shares of the capital stock are owned by the Company, or not subscrib ed for? 3,885, 49. What amount of the capital consists of the Stockholders’ notes? None. ‘Memorandum A Referred to in Reply to Question 13. £9,055 North Union Railway A Stock.100 218 ) £ s d 7,0'»0 South Eastern Railway 4} per cent, preference stock,. .100 954 } 31,226 02 09 780 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway C per cent, stock,.100 1284 1 49.000 Chester & Holyhead Railway stock,.100 6* 24,312 08 06 10.000 Soutli Eastern Railway 4} preference stock,.100 95] 10,362 10 00 12.000 Lancaster & Carlisle stock,.100 217 I n. 2,000 Lancaster & Carbsle 4} preference stock,.100 98 ) is uo 820 £20 shares Merthyr, Tredegar and Abergavenny Railway,. .20 21 I ^ ^ ^ 820 10 do do do do do .. 10 10} } 26>220 00 02 25.000 South Eastern Railway 4} per cent, preference stock_100 954 * ... „ .. 25.000 Birkenhead Railway stock.100 88} ) 47,041 09 08 _ ___ £166,232 09 02 # ‘Memorandum B Referred to in Reply to Question 91* Details of Sundry Investments, Bonds, &c. Bonds of Burial Board oi Toxteth Park,. 28 444 03 04 British and Irish Magnetic Telegraph Company,.. lo’oOO 00 00 Mersey Dock and Harbor Board,.19 511 15 08 Toxteth Park Board of Health.. . 7/474 18 10 City Oliiees Company,.!! ’. 11.. 5,000 00 00 £100,000 India 4 per cent. Bonds,. 95,750 00 00 11.000 Canadian 5 per cent, stock.—. 11,1/78 11 10 2,160 Liverpool Corporation Water Board,... 2,115 11 OI 4,100 Mersey Dock- and Harbor Board Bonds,. 5,080 12 05 Bonds of Burton-on-Trent Improvement Commissioners,. 13,302 02 06 Balance ot sundry Loans accounts, secured by various British Railway stocks and shares margin of from 15} to 52 per cent, above amount lent,.• • 455,882 02 03 £6-31,740 01 07 STEPHEN HIGGINS ON, Agent and Attorney, 1 AND 3 KILBY STREET, BOSTON. tV The subscriber has been appointed Agent of tbe above Company for thi» City, and is prepared and ‘ally 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 promplly. Apply to NATHANIEL F. DEEMING, Agent, „ , , OFFICE NO. 19 FREE STREET. Portland, January 1, 1867. ______ Jan2d3w ’ BAY STATE LUMBER DEPOT, Office, No. 441 Tremont St., Boston. THE undersigned have established in connection with theirwell-known “Bay State Moulding Manu factory” an extensive yard for the purchase and sale of Lumber, giving especial attention to SEASON ED HARD WOODS and now offer tor sale a large and well-selected Stock of Black Walnut, Cedar, Cherry, Oak, Ash, Maple, Sycamore, Chestnut, Butternut, Whiteivood, Ac. In Boards, Plank. Joist, &e., 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-dried, ready for immediate use. Our facilities for supplying the wants of Builders are unsurpassed, and parties at a distance ordering by mail, by giving reliable reference, can depend upon having their orders tilled in a satisfactory manner—thus saving the time and expense of a visit to the city. J^r^Rosewood Veneers, Slabs and Logs of any desired quality, at less than New York prices. Price List of Mouldings, Lumber, Doors, Brackets, &c., furnished on application. Address orders and communications to JOSEPH F. PAUL & CO. Nov 29—eod3m Another Change of Base / Back to the old Middle St. Stand ! Boots, Shoes and Rubbers -AT— OLD TIME PRICKS!! Gr. M. ELDER Begs leave to inform his friends, customers and the public generally that having rebuilt his store at - NO. 33 MIDDLE STREET, is now prepared to sell at prices lower tb*an the low est all qualities and descriptions of idoots, Shoes, Rubbers, &c. Repairing done as heretofore, and all description ot work manufactured to order. nov22dtt —w-— — - __ - Philadelphia Oak Tanned Leather fire Hose i Military, Masonic and Firemen’s E<^UIPMEPfTS ! Messrs. John ~L. Shaw & Co., after having been burned out of Federal street, July •th, haye resumed business in tl»e room over the store of J. HEWKSBiJBr * CO., CORKER OF F.IBIE AN® FORE STREETS. OPPOSITE THE NEW C (TY MABKE’i’. Having propped a slock oC Oak tanned Leather In Philadelphia, they are now ready t Q execute all or tiers tor Philadelphia Oak Tan neef Leather Fire Engine I lose, Double and single riveted, and of :ill tines, as used on F^rraTpiimpii ne8‘ Hand En*ir,es> su »mboata and Cities, Towns and Corpora atione £“JS *“PP“®d with a strong and dvrab le Hose, war ranted equal to any made elsewhere, am d on as rea sonable terms. N. B.—Fire Buckets, Spanner J» ;lts, Flexible Pipe*, Knapsacks, Cartridge Boxes, pj ,tol Holsters, Ac, made to order. Couplings, Pipe* and Nor sell furmshed and Hose repaired. I oovlTd2m tuffosEe6’7 style of Job work neatf /TxecutedTt A NO. 1 SPOOL COTTON ! 7 CENTS A SPOOL ! DAVIS & CO.’S. Janl dtl $100. $100 WAR CLAIM OFFICE. Patterson A Chadbourne, Morton Block, 2 dooiMbov. Preble House. THE new Bounties, under tfielaw approved Julj 2#h, 1866, Increase of Peuaions, Arearaol'Pay, prize Money, and all other claims against the Gov, ernment, collected at short notice. The necessary blanks have been received, and claim ants should tile their claims promptly. Pbank G. Pattebsoh, late Lieut. 5th. Me. Vole. Paul, late MaJ. 1st Me. Csv. _Oct 16-dtf „ Go to Adams & Furlnton’s "CK® your House-furnishing Goeds of all kinds; 1 Canctinga, and all, Glass. Tin, Stone. Karthcm and Wooden Ware, Paper Hang ings, Window Shades, &c, &c. no23d3m HANSON tt WINSHOW’S Steam Mills, Iron Foundry, -AND Plough Manufactory, WE would Inform the public that we are prepar ed to l'arnish Castings of every description to order at abort notice. We now have on liuad an as sortment otWindow Weight*. Sled Shoes and other "jSrWe ar0 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 *t., Head of Smith’. W>arf. Jmj 1—dtf MISCELLANEOUS* vinelanu. FARM AND FRUIT LANp^lnamildand healthful climate. Thirty miles south ot Phil idelphia, by Railroad, In New Jersey, on the same ine of latitude as Baltimore, Md. _ The soil is rich and productive, varying from a clay o a sandy loa n. suitable tor Wheat, Grass, Corn, robacco, Fruit and vegetables. This is a great fruit Country. Five hundred Vineyards and Orchards lavebeen planted oi't by experienced truit growers, drapes, Peaches, Pears &c., produce immense proi s, Vineland is already one of the most beautiful places in the United States. The entire territory, consisting of tilty square miles of land, is laid out upon a general system ol improvements. The land is only sold to actual settlers with provision lor public idornnicnt. The place on account of its great beauty, as well as other advantages, has become the resort of people oj taste. It has increased Qve thousand people within tlr; past three years. Churches. Stores. Schools, Academies, Societies ol Art and Learning and other elements of retiuement and culture have been introduced. Hundreds ol 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 ten acre and Vil lage lots for sale. Fruits and Vegetables ripen earlier in this district than in any other 1 cality, north of Norfolk. Va.Im proved places lor sale Op«*uings lor all kinds ol business, Lumber Yards, Manulaclories, Foundries, Stores and the like; ami Steam Power with room can be rented. For persons who desire mild winters, \ healthful climate, and a good soil, in a country beautiiully im prov.d, abounding in fruits, and po-sessing all other social privileges, In the heart of civilization, it is worthy ol a visit. Letters answered, and the Vineland Rural a paper giving frill intormation. and containing reports oi So lon Rob nson, sent to applicants. Address CliAS K. XAND1S, Vineland P. O., Landis Township, New Jersey. From Report ol Solon Robinson, Agricultural Edi tor of the Tribune; “It is one of the most extensive tortile traots, man almost level position and suitable condition tor pleasant farming that we know of this side of the Western Prairies. sept13d&w6m 37 NEW firm; ! ROBINSON KNIGHT I CLOTHING! We have taken the store 288 CONGRESS STREET, (Oppwaite the Prehle Haim) Where we have a new stock of CLOTHING —AND— FURNISHING GOODS I The stock embraces FINE, MEDIUM and LOW PRICED CLOTHING, made up in the most fashion able style. A large assortment of the newest styles of GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS is now on hand. dec8 dtf J. & C. J. BARBO UR, Manufacturers and Retailers of Boots, Shoes and Rubbers, NO. 8 EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND, ME. Ladies’ and Misses’ Serge and Calf Bools. Men’s Fine Cnlf and Thick Boots. Boys’, Tombs’ and Children’s Boots and Shoes. Bnbber Boots and Shoes of nil kinds. OAK AND HEMLOCK BELTING. LACE LEATHEIJ. MOLASSES HOSE, ENGINE HOSE RUBBER BELTING, RUBBER PACKING. Rubber Clothing, Bnbber Hose. JOHN BABBOUR. C. J. BABBOUR. E. B. BARBOUR, nov'.'t^ ___ <lt* Great Fall in Furs ! FROM AN ASSIGNEE’S SALE of new and elegant Furs in Boston, BOUGHT FOR CASH, And can be sold CHEAPER than at any other store. Hudson Bay and American Sable! Nice Grey Squirrel Setts, $13.00, former price $16.00. Silk Velvet Hoods, Be aver trimmed, FOR $4.00, and other Goods in proportion. SHAW BROTHERS, OPPOSITE PREBLE HOUSE. dec22 dtf Paints, Oils Varnishes, &c. FICKETT & GRAY OFFPR FOR 8ALE AT THEIR STORE, No. 187 Fore Street, VXTHITE LEAD, Foreign and American Zinc, Lin VV 9eed Oil, Coach, Furniture and Florence Var nishes, Japan, Spirits Turpentine, French Yellow, Venetian Red, and a full attsotment of Paint Stock of every description, Window Glass, Sheet Lead, and Lead Pipe. Agents for Gardner’s celebrated Copper Paint tor vessels’ bottoms. All orders for Painting oxccutcd at short notice and satisfactorily. January 1.1867. dtf __ »THB PIN 19 1NIGHTIBB THAN THE 9WORD.” The Gold Pen—Be3t and Cheapest of Pens Morton’s Gold Pens i The Best Pens in the World t For sale at his Headquarters, No 25 Maiden Lane, New York, and by every duly-appointed Agent at the same prices. A Catalogue, with full description of Sizes and Prices, sent on receipt of letter postage. no20d&w6m A. JflORTON. A GREAT BUSH -AT P. M. FROST’S, ———FOR BARGAINS! NO BIG PROFITS, NO DULL TRADE But Crowds of Customer Who are receiving Blessings by buying Goods Cheap Blankets at Old Prices l Only $4,75 per pair. Fancy Shirting Flannels I ONLY SOe PER YARD. Good Amerioan Prints. 1 Shilling pr. yd. Bleached, and Brown Cottons, AT LOW PRICES! Thibets, Shawls, Cloakings, Beav ers, Poplins. Drcrn Goods of all Deaeriptions. WOOLEN GOODS FOR MEN & BOY’S WEAR! gif' AU of tho above Goods will be offered at a GREAT REDUCTION from regular rates. Remember! TVo. 4 Deci’ing Bloolc. Dec 8—dftwtf “Short Dresses.” LADLES will find the most convenient and ex peditious wav of making Walking Dresses is to have a “SKIRT LIFTER” adjusted to the Hoop Skirt. MRS L. C. PENNELL, Jan 1 dtf 44 Brown Street. Marrett, Poor & Co., Having taken the Chambers 311 CONGRESS STREET, ADJOINING MECHANICS’ HAM,, Are now prepared to offer their friends and the pub lic a large and well asorted stock of CARPETINGS! Paper Hangings CURTAIN GOODS, &c., Purchasers of the above goods arc rcspcctiully invi ted to examine our stock which is New, Clean and Desirable. .lySOdtl_. CHRISTMAS -AND NEW YEAR’S. AS THE HOLIDAYS ARE APPROACHING P. M. FBOST Has a fresh Stock ot Kid Gloves To Offer at Low Prices l 500 Pr». of World-renowned Trefonm, at nil *1.50 500 Pr*. of ClotfciMe, at only • •«« No. 4 Deoring Block. congress street. Dec 22—dfcwtt . LOWELL «£ SENTER, W1^e‘o”Br^n sm'e, Die, igSttTSgJSg -{Watches, JrwrU ry, Silver nod Plntrd Ware, and nancy Goode tor the holidays. They have reoccupled their old stand No. 61 Et chnnsc street, with a complete stock oiNantieal and Optical Goode, chronometers. Watches, Clocks, fine Tools for Machinists and Engineers, &c. friends and customers Invited to okl Lead quarters. , Pec i, l96«,-d3m MEDICAL. DR. J.B.H17UHEM t'ANSKFOUNDAT IIM PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, iV». 14 Preble Street. Nraribe Preble Hsisr, hEBE lie can be consulted privately, and with ‘te. ut,“°st confidence by the afflicted, at hours ,, and iron. 8 A. M. to » I*. M. ntili. 'ti,..'. o.- “Ba,:8 * ho arc Buttering under the it,mure .■onlLl?"** diseases, whether arising from ItevS' his em?r ?r tUc **rrtble vice of (ell-abuse, e « to Ul1*' particular branch ot . vJ.-rle;, hl’ feels warranted inUi'/ut A.NT UwI»Nnr?H -ntu cN ,ALL Ca8*». whether of long standing or re.eutl> controeisd,entirely removing the dregs01 disease rom the system,and makings'w feet ;iud PEBMANfcNT CURE. ** 1 He would call the attention Of the afflicted to the fact of his long-standing and well-ear u«*d reputation furnishing sutfieielit assurance ot his akill and huc ceM. _____ C aulioM !• Ibe Public. Every intelligent and thinking person must know that remedies handed out tor general use should have their efiicacy established by well tested exi»enence in tho bauds of a regularly educated physician, whose prci»aratory studies lit him for all the duties he must fulfil; yet the couutry ia Hooded with poor nostrums aud cure-alls, purporting to be the best in the world, which are not only useless, but always injurious. The uutortunate should be particular in selecting his physician, as it is a lamentable yet Incontroverti ble tact, that, many syphilitic patient* are made mis erable with ruined constitutions by maltreatment from inexperienced physicians in general practice; for it is a i>oint generally conceded by the best syphilogra phers, that the Btudy aud management of these come plaints should engross the whole time of those who would be competent and successful in their treat ment and cure. The inexperienced general practi tioner, having neither opiKirtunity nor time to muk himsclf acquainted with their pathology, commonly pursues one system of treatment, in most cose* mak ing an indiscriminate use of that antiquated and dan gerous weapon, the Mercury. All who have committed au excess of any kind, whether it be the solitary vice of youth, or the sting ing rebuke of misplaced contideuce in inaturer years, SEEK FOB AX ANTIDOTE IN SEASON. The Pains and Aches, and Lassitude and Nervous Prostration that may follow Impure Coition, arc the Barometer |o the whole system. Do not wait tor the consummation that is sure to fol low; do not wait for Unsightly Ulcers, lor Disabled Limbs, tor Loss of Beauty and Complexion. How IVIany Thou*nu<U Cun Testify to This by Unhappy Experience! Young men troubled with emissions in sleep,—a complaint generally the lesult of a bad habit In youth.—treated scicntibcally and a perfect cure war ranted or no charge marie. 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 ns though they had the consumption, and by their friends are supposed to liave it. All such cases yield to the proper and only correct course of treatment, and in a short time are mode to rejoice in perfect health. Middle-Aged men. There arc many men of the age of thirty who are troubled with too frequent evacuations from the blad der, olten accompanied by a slight smarting or burn ing sensation, and weakening the system in a man ner tlie 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 thin milk ish hue. again changing to a dark and turbid appear ance. There are many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, w Inch is the SECOND STAGE OF SEMINAL WEAKNESS. I can warrant a perfect cure in such cases, and a full and healthy restoration of the urinary organs. Persons who cannot personally consult the Dr., can do ro 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 v^ill be returned, if desired. Address: DR. J. B. HUGHES, No. 14 Preble Street, Next door to the Preble House, Portland, Me. Gr* Send a Stamp for Circular. Electic Medical Infirmary, TO THE LAU1ES. 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 tor their especial accommodation. Dr. H.’s Electic Renovating Medicines arc unrival led in efficacy and superior virtue in regulating all Female Irregularities. Their action is Hpccitic and certain of producing relict' 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 the least injurious to the health, and may bo taken with periect safety at all times. Sent to any part of the country, with full directions, by addressing DR. HUGHES, No. 14 Preble Street, Portland. N. B.—Ladies desiring may coiiRult one of their own sex. A lady of experience in constant attend ance. janl.l865d&w. CHEROKEE CURE, TUI (WEiT ^ INDIAN MEDICINE, i Cures all diseases caused by ' aelf-abuae, i Lo*9 Of I Memory, Unite rut l Lasei w tude. Pain* in the Back, Dim — ne*H of Vision, Premature UOtd Age, Weak Xerre*, Diffl m.cult Breathing, Pale Count* ™nance. Insanity, Coneump tinil find nil that fnl* low as a sequence of yuutlifnl indiscretions. The Cherokee Cure will restore health and vljror, stop the emissions, and effect a permanent cure after all other medicines have failed. Thirty-two pane pamphlet sent in a sealed envelope, free to any address. Price $2 per bottle, or three bottles for |5. Sold by all druggists; or will bo sent by express to any portion of the world, oa receipt of price, by the sole proprietor. Dr. W. B. MEBWIH, 37 Walker St., N. T. G ---- Cherokee Remedy, unres an urinary » <»in plaints, viz: Gravel. Jnfluvn h.malion of the Bladder and JmKidnsi/s, Retention qf *Urine, Strictures of the .KUrethra, Dropsical Stcell iWinffs, Brick Dust Deposits, f and all diseases that require a diuretic, and when used 1q conjunction with the 17 CHEROKEE IHJECTION. does not fail to cure Gleet and all J7w* couii Discharges in Male or Female, curing recent eases in from one to three day*, and is especially recommended In those eases of Fluor Albus or Whites in Female*. The two medicines used Id conjunction will not fail to remove tills disagreeable complaint, and in tho^e cases where other medicines have been used without success. Price, Remedy, One Bottle, |2, Three Bottles, |5. “ Injection, 44 44 l'2, 44 44 $& The Cherokee 44Cure” 44Remedy,*• and 44 Injec tion” are to be found in all well regulated drug stores, and are recommended by physicians and druggists all over the world, for their intrinsic worth and merit. Some unprincipled dealers, however, try to deceive their customers, by selling cheap aud worthless compounds,—in order to make money— In place of these. Be not deceived. If the drug gists will not buy them for you, write to us, and we will send them to you by express, securely packed and free from observation. We treat all diseases to which the human system Is subject, and will be pleased to receive fall and explicit statements from those who have filled to receive relief heretofore. Ladies or gentlemen can address us in perfect con fidence. We desire to send our thirty-two page pamphlet free to every lady and gentleman In the land. Address all letters for pamphlets, medicines, or ail vice, to the sole proprietor, jgl Dr. W. S. MEEWnr. 37 Walker St, H. T. ——————————————————— IMPORTANT to LUMBERMEN -AXE Owners of Hemlock Lands! THE AMERICAN PATENTED IMPROVEMENT TANNING COMPANY, of New York, own the exclusive right in the United States for the manufac ture of an imperishable “EXTRACT” from Hemlock Bark for tanning purposes. The Bark Extiact is now extensively used among Tanners, and the de mand for it rapidly increasing. It commands a ready sale in the Boston, New York and Philadelphia mar kets, at sixtv cents per gallon. 'Hie appliances for manufacturing are simple and not expensive, costing but little more than the ordinary leaches used bvTan ners. By this process, U cords of Bark may be re duced so as to concentrate tlic entire strength into forty gallons of extract, without in the slightest de gree injuring its tanning qualities, and at a cost not exceeding one dollar per coni. The saving in freight alone, between the tiamq*ortaii<»ii of the Extract and the bark, will range from six to eight dollars per cord, so that any one who may get out but three hundred cords of bark per year, may save from two thousand to twenty-live hundred dollars in the difference in freight. The Company docs not propose to sell Territorial rights, but will grant exclusive privilege to manufac ture in certain localities, charging a small royalty per gallon on the amount manufactured. 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, the Company will contract to take all the Extract manufactured under their process at titty cents per gallon, delivered In Boston or New York. Parties in Maine desirii/: farther information as to terms, A*c., may call upon or address CHARLES HALE, General Agent for Maine, 24 Maine street, Bangor, where models of the apparatus may lie seen. novl3d3m S. H. KENNEDY. Pres’t. BLANCHARD’S Improvement on Steam Boilers! ON some boilers 700 dees, of beat is thrown away. making a loss oi 1-8 the fuel. The qmesUoo is otten asked how can this be saved. Mr Blanchard has invented a boiler that takes perfect control ol ail the heat and makes it do duty in the engine. This is very simple in its construction; alter the engine i* in motion the smoke pipe is closed tight, and the waste heat carried through heaters, heating the steam to any temperature desired; the remainder carried through the water heater, using up all the waste heat but 200degs.; the heat being reduced so low there can be no dauger of setting tires by sparks thrown from engines, which will add much value to this invention, beside- the saving 1-3 the iuel. For particulars inquire ol WM. WILLARD, Corner of Commercial Wharf and Commercial St. Feb 21—dlv GENTLEMEN WISHING Clothing Cleansed ! AND R HP AT RED, Cannot find a place where it can l*e done more to their satisfaction than at No. 20 '■'emple street. Second Door from Congress st. SyKvery Garment will receive prompt and thith ful attention. Ladies’ Snequos ! CLEANSED I-V FIRST CLASS STYLE! 1^- afve me a trial and I will endeavor to please. CHARLEM II. MAHONEY. Highest Cash price paid for cast-off Clothing. Nov 21—d3iu A FULL SUPPLY -OF Boy’s Clothing ! AT THE New England Clothing: Com., •AS Market Square. dc8U3m E. LEVEEN & CO. OYSTERS ! WILLIAM H. DAHTON, A This stores. Nos. 23! & 233 Congress Si reet, nefti New City Building, is constantly receiving fresh arrivals oi Now York aud Virginia Oysters, which be is prepared to sell by the gallon, quart or bushel, oi served up in any style. January S,W«7. dtf kailkoaim. GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY, Ol C'aiiudu. Alteration of Trains. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. -woflifijg-ffn On ami after Monday, Nov. 12.1866. trams will run as follows:— Train lor South Paris ami Lewiston, at 7.40 A. M. Mail Train for Water ville, Bangor, Gorham, Island Pond, Montreal and Quebec at 1. 10 P. M. This train connects with Express train lor Toron to, Detroit and Chicago. Sleeping cars attached trom Isiaud Pond to Quebec ami Montreal. Train lor South Paris at 5.0o p. M. No baggage can be received or chucked alter the Lime above stated. Traiii* will arrive as follows:— «»i* « s i From So. Paris, Lewiston and Auburn, at 8.10 A. M From Montreal, Quebec, &c.t - - 1.16 p. u The Company are not usponsihle for baggage to any amount exceeding $50 in valuo (and that person al) unless notice is given, and raid lor at the rate ot one passenger for every $500 additional value. u / V- BRIDGES, Manny iny Director. {*• BAILF Y, Local SuperinUnUt lit. Portland, Nov. 2, isOO. dtf PORTLAND A ROCHESTER R.B. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Monday, Dec. 17, 1906, ■ wirr trains will run as follow* leavl' “T ® Klv*. for i-nri and at . 5.30 andfoOO A. M., ir. M. ,.01lve p„riland lor Saco Kiver ..15 A. M., 2.0 u and ft.4ft p m Freight trains with i asseuger cur attached will leave Saco Kiver tor Portland. G.fto A. M Leave Portland tor Saco Kiver 12.15 P. M. fcjr 'hiatus connect at Gorham lor West Gorham, Btandish, Stoop Fulls, Baldwin, Denmark, Sohago, Bridgtou, Lovell, liiram, Browutield, tryeburg, Conway, Bartlett, Jackson Liuiingtou, Cornish,Por ter, Freedom, Madison, and Falun, N. U. At Buxton Center for West Buxton, Bonny-Eagle, South Limington, Limington, Limerick, Nowileld, Parsonsfield aud Ossipee At Sacearappa for South Windham, Windham Bill and North Windham,daily. By order ot the President. Portland, Dec. 14, 18«.«>—dtf SPECIAL NOTICE. OWING to the breaking of a Driver on the Engine “Westbrook,” the regular freight traiu on the Portland aud Rochester K. It. will be discontinued lor a lew days. dc20otf PORTLANDKJKENNEBEC R. R. WINTER ARRANGEMENT, Comiuenring Monday, Nov. 1‘Jila. 18(»(L I rgffngi'gm PassengerTraina leave Portland dally at Luo P. M., lor Bath, Augusta, Wat erviiie, Kendall's Mill .Skowhegau, and intermediate Stations,(connecting at Brunswick with Androscog gin K. K., for Lewiston and Farmington, aud at Kendall’s Mills with Maine Ccutral K It.) tor Bangor and intermediate stations. Fares as low by this route as any other. Leave Portland lor Bath, Lewiston, Augusta and intermediate slat ions ou Saturday only at 7.45 P. M. Mixed Train leaves Portland for Brunswick and in- * termcdiate stations daily, except Saturday, at 5.30 P. M. Freight Traiu, with passenger car attached, will leavo Portland tor Skowhegau aud inte mediae sta j tious every morning at 7 o’clock. Trains from Brunswick and Lewiston are due at I Portluud at 9.2o A. M., ami from skowhegau uml Farmington aud all intermediate stations at 2.00 P. M. to connect with trains for Boston. Stages for Rockland connect at Bath; and for Bel fast at Augusta, leaving daily oi: arrival ol train from Boston, leaving at 7.30 A. M.; aud lor Solon, Anson. Norridgewuck, Athens and Moose Head Lake at Skowhegau, and for China, Fast aud North Vassal boro’ at Va'salboro’; for Unity at Kendall’s Mitt’s, aud tor Canaan at Pishon’s Ferry. W. HATCH, Superintendent. Augusta, Oct. 27, 18CG. novljdtl ' MAINE CENTRAL R. R. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. -E-TiiVr,rJn On and alter Moml.) .November 12tk, urrcnl, tiaius will leave Portland for BuiuAi and all intermediate station on this tine, at ' P. M. daily. For Lewiston and Auburn only, at 7.40 A.M. Ur'Fnight trains for W aterville and all interme- i diate stations, leave Portluud at 8.25 A. M, Train from Bangor is due at Portluud at 1.43 P. M, " in season to* onnect with train lor boston. From Lewiston and Auburn onJy,at s.lo A. M. EDWIN NOYES, sopt. Nov. 1, 18C6_ noOdtl PORTLAND SACO l PORTSMOUTH R. R. WINTER ARRANGEMENT, | CouiHieucing Monday, Nov. lith, lSCG. ngfmiTTnfln Passenger Trains leave Portland for flyy#Boston at 8.40 A. M.. and 2.20 P. M. Leave Boston lor Portland at 7.3u, A. M., ami|2.30 P. M. A Mechanic’s a d Laborer’s Train will leave Biddclord daily, Suudays excepted, at 6 A. M., and Saco at G 08, arriving in Portland at G.4U. Returning, will leave Portland for Saco and Bid detord and intermediate stations at 5.r.0 P. M. A special freight train, with passenger car attach ed, will leave Portland ut 7.10 A. M. tor Saco and Biddcford, and returning, leave Bidtietord at 8.30 and Saco at 8 40 A. M. FRANCIS CHASE, Supt. Pori land, Oct 29, 1866. noldtt 5 To Travelers l Through Tickets from Portland To all Points West <£* South, VIA THK New York Central, Erie & Lake shore. And Pennsylvania Ventral Hail roads. For Male at the Lowed rates at tho West ern Railway Ticket OlHcc,—LANC’AS 1 ER HALL BUILDING, Market Square. W. D. LITTLE & CO., Oeaeral Ticket Agent*. Passage Tickets for California, via steamer* ' from New York on the 1st, 11th, and 21st of each month lor sale at this office,as heretofore. dc25d& wtt STEA AEKM. FARE REDOCEIfT0 B0ST0N. Summer Arrangementt -,- f* Until further notice the Steamers of the Portland Steam Packet Co. S, will run a* follows■ Leave Atlantic Wlnrffoi Boston. overy evening, (except $umlav)at 7 o’clock. Leave Boston the same days at 5 P. M. Cabin fare,. $1.60 l Deck,. 1.00 Package tickets to be had of the Agents at re duced rates. Freight taken as usual. .. _ . L. BILLINGS, Agent. May 22nd, I860—dtf * Interaational Steamship Oo. East port, Calais and St. John. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. ONE TRIP PER WEEK. j On and after Monday, December 17th, the steamer NEW BKCNb n, TL*rNy\wiuK, capt. e. b. winches will leave Bail Road \\ hart, i *an1”foot of State St., every MONDAY, I at 5 o’clock P. M tor East port ami St. John. RETURNING, will leave St. John every THURS DA Y, 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 for ghediac. BF“Freight received on da vs of sailing until 4 o’clk, F'dert0-(ltf . <-'-CK-V^n, PORTLAND AND NEW YORK STEAMSHIP COMPANY. SEMI-WEEKLY LINE. _ « ,_ The splendid and fast Steani DllilGO, Capt. H. Shik ! \ wool*, and FRANCONIA, Capt. I W. Sherwood, will, until n«" further notice, run as follows Leave Brow .’s Wharf,Portlaud,every WEDNES DAY and SATURDAY, at 4 JP. SI., and leave Pier 38 East River, New York, every WEDNESDAY aud SATURDAY, at 4 o’clock P. M. These vessels are titled up with tine accommoda tions lor passengers, making this the most speedy, sale and comfortable route lor travellers between New York ami Maine. Passage, in State Room. fC.oo Cabiu passage $5.00. Meals extra. Goods forwarded by this line to and frmu Mon trcal, Quebec, Bangor, Bath, Augusta, Eastport and St. John. Shippers are requested to send their freight to the steamers as early as 3 P. M.011 the day that they leave Portland. For freight or passage apply to EMERY & FOX, Brown’s Wharf, Portland. J. F. AMES, Pier 38 East River. May 29, 1865. Jtt • HOTELS. UNITED STATES HOTEL, PORTLAND, MAINE, THc tntocritar. recently Proprietor of the COM* MCilcIAf. HOUSK, (which was vlcstroMnl in the great lire.) l»eg» lo ;mn*iuue to his old patrons ami the puMir that he has leaseil the above hold and will open tor Ihe arconiuudation 01 the public gener ally, on sal unlay August 11. l'haokful to hjsold cuHtoiucrs lor past patronage, he would solicit a continuance ol the same. TERMS FAVORAULE. aug2»-t'.m N..?. DAVIS. Card. METROPOLITAN HOTEL, Washington, D. C. on aceonnt ot'tbe induced price of provisions, the rate of hoard at this Hotel will be Four Dollars per day from date. POTTS & SHELLEY. January 1,186T.__ JaMlm MILLS HOUSE, CHARLESTON.SO. CAROLINA. T\HE proprietor has the pleasure to inform the traveling public that the above house la now open ror the reception of guest*, having made extensive al teratiotis. improvement*, and refurnished it through out, it i* now iu capital order, and every exerdoL will be made to render it acceptable to his nitron*. nolOeodCiuJOSEPH PIKCKLL. MH. IIEDDY, • MERCH ANT TAILOR, AND DEALLlt IN GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, No. 107 FEDERAL STREET. We have in store oncot the linest assort ment ot ENGLISH, GERMAN. FRENCH and DOMESTIC CLOTHS. CASSIMERKS, Ac., that can be tound In Portland. These goods have been selected with great care and especially adapted to the lhshionable trade | and at price* that cannot tail to please, and all good* I thorough!}' shrunk and satisfaction guaranteed. A cm! respectfully solicited. Thankful to iriends for paat patronage, u?jdn; to merit a continuance of the same. jauOdtf M. H. REDDY, Proprietor. | )ruur <*'***» wt Job Work to Daliy^