LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH TO THE PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. --- Friday Morning, February 8. 1867. -—-— LEGISLATURE OF MAINE. [special dispatch to the daily pkkss.] State House, Augusta, Jan. 7. senate. Tlie petition of T. H. Cole and others for an act of incorporation as the Saco & Boston Steamboat Company, was referred, in concur rence. The report of the Committee on the Judici ary on tlie petition oi tlie Maine Express Com pany, asking for an amendment cl' their char ter, that they have leave to withdraw, was ac cepted. «, The report of the Committee on Fisheries on petitions asking lor amendments aud repeal of the law relating to catching pogies, granting leave to withdraw, was accepted. Mr. lcmisdcll reported leave to withdraw on the petition of Francis Williams and others, for authority to build a bridge across the St. Croix river at Calais. Accepted. The petition for the payment of George M. Weston, agent of Maine at Washington, was referred to the next Legislature. Mr. Caldwell reported bill an act to establish a Municipal Court of Saco. Mr. Hobbs repor ted a bill an act to annex the town of Dan ville to Auburn. Reports were accepted, laid on the table, and ordered to be printed. The Committee on Railroads reported a bill an act to authorize the Kennebec & Wiscasset Company to unite with the Knox & Lincoln Railroad Company. Read aud assigned. On motion of Mr. Crosby the joint order was suspended,and the same Senator presented the petition of certain citizens of Newport for an act authorizing said town to take stock in the Newport Manufacturing Company, with bill accompanying. On suspension of the rules thefe was a dis cussion, and it was virtually decided that there will be no more courtesy in that direction dur ing tiiis session. house. The House had under discussion to-day the usury law. Mr. Stetson, of Bangor, and Mr. Frye, of Lewiston, made speeches in favor oi an amend ment leaving the' matter of usury open with out any legal restrictions or contract. Mr. Hutchens, of Eiuliden opposed the prop osition. The whole question had been indefinitely [lostponed, and the question was taken by yeas and nays on reconsideration, and decided yeas fiO, nays 73. By the action of the House the law remains as at present. Mr. Lord, of Standish, addressed the House at length on the management of the Insane Hospital, aud, on his motion, the House non concurred witli the Senate iu referring certain questions to the Committee on In sane Hospital, and the communication for en quiring, were referred directly to tlie Superin tendent of the Hospital. Mr. Mason reported a bill an act to annex Sarsfield plantation to FortEairficld. Also an act to incorporate the town of Glenwood. The Committee on Mercantile Adairs report ed that the following acts of incorporation should lie granted Maine ship owners aud ship builders association; Portland Stone Ware Company; an act additional to an act to incorporate the Monmouth Mutual Fire Insur ance Company, and the Hollis Manufacturing Company. Tlie following act passed to be engrossed—to incorporate the Dexter Savings Buuk. MEXICO. Tlie Imperialists Coiiseriptiug Men mid Horses. Dentil of U. S. Consul Kennedy. 7,000 Troops Marching on San Luis. Liberal "Victory at Colina. Galveston, Texas, Feb. 7. Mexican dates to the 2d iust. state that Can ales was reported to have been shot. The re port is not credited. Cortina* was robbing, pillaging and con scripting. Maximilian is reported to be under the thumb of Father Confessor Pere Fisher, who is the real Emperor. The Imperialists were conscripting men and horses for the delence of Mexico. Maximilian and Castleman, the French Min ister, had a stornly interview. The Liberals had entered Tieliomoga, and were assassinating the men and ravishing the women. A battle was fought at Jalapa in which the French were victorious. Dr. S. Kennedy, United States Consul at Jalapa, is dead. The French have held all the goods in the custom house at Vera Cruz since the 15th nit. Ortega is to be tried by a court martial. Mirainon and Mejia were marching on San Luis with 7,000 men. The Emperor ordered them to attack the Liberals. Maximilian was at the capital on the 15th ult. Matamoras, Jan. 31, j Via Now Orleans, Feb. 7. j Official news from the interior is that Geuls. Jesus, Gonzales, Ortega and Patton were or dered to San Luis Potosi, there to be tried by court martial. Matamoras, Feb. 1. Great preparations are being made at Zaca tecas by the civil and military authorities for the reception of President Juarez, who is ex pected to arrive there on the 15th inst. Private but reliable letters from Saltillo and Monterey state that on the 20tli ult. au Impe rial force of 6,000 or 7,000 men left Querctaro under Miranion and Mejia, with orders from Maximillian to advance and attack the Liber als at San Luis Potori, and that alter a battle, if victorious, to propose a general suspension of hostilities in order to effect a general elec tion. Should the election result in opposition to the Empire, the troops are to retire to the caoiial, and tin* Emperor is to leave the coun ty, with all who desire to accompany him. All is quii t in the interior. A courier has arrived with news of a Liber al victory at Colina. The Imperial chief Cliai ran was routed and Ooliua occupied by the Liberals. WASHINGTON. Gen. Grant and the Indian Bureau. INDIAN TREATIES. .Washington, Feb. 7. The Tobacconist Convention reassembled this forenoon, ami permanently organized.— Resolutions were adopted suggesting altera tion and modification iu the internal revenue laws in reference to tobacco. Delegates from fourteen tribes or hands of Indians now here have agreed with Commis sioner Bogs on the preliminaries of treaties, which will be signed this week, when the Indi ans agree to remove to what is now a lease land in the Indian country, formerly occupied by the Creeks and Scmiuoles. The difficulties between the Indian Bureau and Gen. Grant, relative to the appointment of military, have been harmoniously adjusted, and Gen. Alfred Sully and Col. Parker, the latter of Gen. Grant’s staff, have been assigned that duty. A commission will proceed to Omaha to in vestigate the causes and circumstances of the late massacre at Fort Phil Kearney. EUROPE. NEWS BY TOE CABLE. London, Feb. 0, Evening. 1 he latest dispatches trom the Fast, received to-night, indicate that fresh complications are arising in that quarter. The people of Servia are flying to arms against Ottoman rule, while at Constantinople the party in favor of peace increasing in numbers and ^influence. More over, it is reported that the Viceroy of Egypt has sent agents to ascertain whether the lead ing powers of Europe would favor his com plete independence of the sovereignty of the Bublime Porte. Horne Stealer Hung by a Mob. Topeka, Kansas, Feb. 7. Jhe citizens took a prisoner named Jack McDowell, who was in the custody of the Sheriff for stealing a span of horses, and who had made threats to burn the town and kill sixteen citizens, whom he said he had marked and hung him. McDowell boasted that he had been one of QuantreU’s hand. Destructive I'iro la Ogdeasburg—Loss aej.io.ooo. ()ODRNsnUEZl, N. Y., Feh. 7. . A lire occurred here at 5 o’clock this morn ing. which entirely consumed the Tolman House and ad joining premises, the marble row. The.fire broke out a second time, and destroy ed three additional sections in the marble row. Loss $250,000. Working Men's Convention* a,, , ■ ,, , Albany, N. Y., Feb. 7. The W orking Men s t.iinventionto-day made a report in favor of adopting the platform ot the Baltimore Labor Convention. Adopted una limously. The time ot holding the annual was changed to the fourth Tuesday in January. _ Virginia Legislature. Richmond. Feb. 7. A bill to call a convention to amend the Con st tution was introduced into the Senate to* dap. After considerable debate it was referred to a committee, XXXIX OONGBESS--SEOOND SESSION Washington, Feb. 7. SENATE. Mr. Fowler sent to the chair, to be read, a dispatch announcing the passage of the negro suffrage bill by the House of Representatives ot Tennessee. Mr. Trumbull, from the Judiciary Commit tee, reported the House hill suspending the operation of the act of 1804, authorizing a commission to pay $300 compensation to loyal slave owners lor slaves taken in the volunteer service, and to discharge the Commissioners already appointed. Mr Trumbull also reported, with an amend ment, the House joint resolution to prevent corporeal punishment in the lan- rebel Stab s. Mr. Brown introduced a bill to facilitate di rect importations, providing that on the dis charge of cargoes at Boston and in other ports named, when portions of the cargo may be shipped toother ports named, and so invoiced, it shall be the duty of the revenue officers, un der certain regulations, to forward such goods, etc. Belerred to Committee on Commerce. Mr. Trumbull spoke of the last statement ol the public debt, showing an accumulation of $143,00(1,00U in the public treasury. He lie licked this was uiyust to the people and dan gerous to the liberties ot the country. Messrs. Fessenden and Sherman replied, showing why the money had accumulated in the Treasury; that it was required to meet the maturing indebtedness. Mr. Williams called up the resolution in creasing the compensation of civil employees of the Government at Washington twenty per centum for one year. Discussed until one o'clock P. M., when Mr. Fessenden called up the legislative judicial appropriation bill. Mr. Sumner interrupted the reading at the paragraph appropriating $500,000 lor tempora ry clerks in the Treasury Department, and a discussion ensued between him and Mr, Fes senden in regard to the fairness and impartial ity of Mr. McCullock in classifying clerks and distributing extragump. ns ition heretofore ap propriated; Mr. Sumnei contending that the Secretary had unduly favored Democrats and Johnson men in the administration of his De partment. Mr. Fessenden defended tho Secretary. Mr. Sumner said he was satisfied that either the Department or the Secretary ought to be abolished, and read a letter charging the Sec retary with partiality and unfairness, but re fused to give the name of the writer at Mr. Fessenden’s request. The latter objected to the practice of reading anonymous letters of this character, or letters whom the writers were unwilling to have their names made public. The amendment appropriating $50,000 for temporary clerks was adopted. The Seuatc then took a recess till 7 P. M. EVENING SESSION. The legislative appropriation bill was taken up. An amendment was adopted making appro priation for eighty additional clerks in tlie Pension Office. Various amendments proposed were adopt ed and rejected. Among the former was one directing the Secretary of War to have the territory between the Rocky Mountains and Sierra Nevada surveyed for u new route to tlie Pacific. Tlie bill was then taken out of com mittee of the whole and reported to the Senate; The Senate at 1U P. M. adjourned. HOUSE. On motion of Mr. Hasson, the Committee on Coinage were instructed to attend tlie annual assay at the United States Mint next Monday, and report what measures, if any, would tend to greater economy and efficiency in tho sys tem of mintage, or improvement of the coin age. Mr. Stevens, from the Committee on Appro priations, reported the deficiency contingent fund bill. It appropriates $74,500. Passed. Mr. Paine, from the Committee on Militia, reported the bill for reorganizing the militia. Mr. Ashley, of Ohio, had read at the Clerk’s desk, correspondence of the Cincinnati Com mercial, professing to give the circumstances connected with offering of the impeachment resolution, and denouncing it as a silly false hood, and gave at some length the history of the impeachment resolution. The bill Horn the iteconstruction Committee, reported by Mr. Stevens yesterday, was taken up. Mr. Bingham opposed the bill and offered as an amendment, to strike out the preamble and insert in lieu thereof the following; Whereas, it is necessary that peace and good order shall be enforced in the several States lately in re bellion, until the States respectively shall he fully restored to their constitutional relations with the Government of the United States, therefore, etc.; also, to strike out the words “so-called” before States. Pending the amendment, the House took a recess. In reply to a question, Mr. SteveDS said he had not come to any definite conclusion in re fard to taking a vote on the bill, but desired to ave the vote as early as possible. Mr. Finch suggested postponement of the hill until Monday, and that it be debated then for a day or two before the vote is taken. Mr. Stevens objected and wished the discus sion to go on now, and hoped the gentlemen on his side ot the House would not interfere with debate on the other side. Various suggestions were made in reference to the time ot debate. A motion of Mr. Maynard, that the evening session he devoted to this debate, was agreed to. Mr. Schenck from the joint select committee on coin retrenchment and reform, made a re port exculpating Mr. Van Dyke, Assistant Treasurer at New York, from the charges in connection with tho sales of gold. Ordered to be printed. Mr. Stevens spoke at some length in support of the hill establishing military Governments, and gave notice that ho should move the pre vious question on it at 1 P. M., to-morrow. Mr. Brandagee also spoke in support of the bill. Messrs. LeBlonde and Finck opposed and denounced the bill as the death knell of the civil liberties of the country, and the inaugur ation ot military despotism. The discussion was contiuped until 4.30 P. M., when the House took a recess until 7:30. EVENING SESSION. Mr Cleaves, of New Mexico, presented a me morial from the Legislature of that territory , relative to the invasion of New Mexico. Ite ferred. The Speaker prevented Executive communi cations, among which was one from tlie Sec retary of the Treasury, relative to trade and commerce between the United States and the British Provinces since the abrogation of the reciprocity treaty. Debate on Mr. Steven’s bill was resumed. Mr. Bingham spoke against the hill as re ported, and in favor of his amendments. Mr. Bingham said in the course of his argu ment there never had been a moment from the commencemement of tlie war, when a single rood of the insurgent States was foreign ter ritory. They therefore never became a con quered country. Mr. Hise protejted against this bill as find ing no warrant or authority in the Constitu tion, and said it proposed to establish a purely military despotism • in which no right of a citizen would be recognized or respected. Mr. Ingcrsoll argued that there were two sorts of States—geographical and political. The late insurrectionary States were geographical, but not under the Constitution were they as political States in the Union. Mr. Trimble gave notice of an amendment that he intended to offer, that no person should be held for capital or otherwise infa mous crime, except by impeachment of the Grand Jury. Tlie House at 10.30 adjourned. WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENCE. The Nomination of General JHx. The Secret Mission. New Yoek, Feb 7. A Washington special says the Senate will confirm the nomination of Gen. Dix as Minis ter to France. F. W. Seward, Assistant Secretary oi State, who has returned from his secret mission, is engaged in making up his report. If it does not transpire that we possess the Island of St. Thomas before the first of January next, it will lie a matter of surprise. The Post’s special says the vote on the Re construction Committee's bill, reported yester day, was postponed this morning, and the tax bill will be reported immediately. The tax on manufactures will remain at 3 per cent. Miscellaneous Dispatches. Parkersburg, Va., Feb. 7. The Ohio river is entirely clear of ice, with twenty-five feet of water in the channel. Nav igation is actively resumed. Boston, Feb. 7. An elderly gentleman, who is troubled with lameness, was assisted into his sleigh at a horse railroad station a day or two since in this city by a couple of young men, who under cover of this act of seeming kindness, relieved his pock et of #1,500. St. Louis, Feb. 6. Johnny Grady, Chas. Stewart and Tom Con nor, all professional thieves, have hoen arrested here on the charge of being concerned in the recent bank robbery in New Orleans. They were taken South to-day in irons in charge of officer Gray, of this city, and detective Connor of New Orleans. The glass works were burned this morning. Loss #0,000; no insurance. Sato-age in Tennessee and Kansas. Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 6. In the House to-day the negro suffrage bill, adopted yesterday, was passed to its third read lnK- It gives the uegroes the right to vote, aud cuts off voters uuder the existing law. It is certain to pass the Senate. _ Topeka, Kan., Feb. 6. ..ln tlle House to-day the concurrent resolu tion to amend the Constitution by striking out the wind white, which had passed the Sen ate, was amended so as to strike out the word umle, ami also make intelligence a basis of suffrage after 1870. Four Men Lul Overboard * New Yonn. Feb, 7. Arrived ship Thomas Dunham, Young, from Cardiff, sevemy-cight days. She had u succes STlon w<'st<'r|y gales the last forty days. On dau.yid. lat. 30 15, long. 59, spoke hark Starr Kiug. of and from New York, bound to Mar ' w . reported liaving lost overboard the ^The^onadVoutU "w dtUVnB ah6aVy WnciM Jy °ut- Wanted some men, but could not supply them. From Californio. The ship Western EmphvNw!tli°’ Fe*>' 7' wheat for Liverpool, cleared to-dav a car8° °f The Savage Mining Companv hn. .i..,.i„ , a dividend of *100 per foot. P y bave d,,:larod iHon)l»old Dio orrrbi. Kihuston, Feh 7 Tho Daily News announces several new dis coveries of gold in the township of Douuhhn rougb, not far from Kingston NEW ORLEANS. Constitutional Amendment Reject ed by Louisiana. CONFISCATED LANDS IN FLORIDA. Terrible Hurricane in Louisiana. New Orleans, Feb. 6. The Louisiana House of Representatives have unanimously rejected the Constitutional Amendment. The House has unanimously concurred in the bill calling a State Constitutional Conven tion. The bill now awaits the signature of the Governor to become a law. It is reported that the bill will be vetoed. Two unsuccessful ballots was had for United States Senator. Official information from Fernandina, Fla., states that the questions at issue regarding con fiscated lauds will remain in statu quo until the opening ol the United States District Court. A terrible hurricane on February 1st swept over Ouachita river and adjoining Ravishes in the neighborhood of Riue Bluffs, causing great destruction of property and loss of life. The inhabitants had to flee to the open fields for safety. New Orleans, Feb. 7. • case of the State of Louisiana vs. Louis iana State Bank was commenced to-day. The suit is for the recovery of nearly $1,000,000 claimed as remaining to the credit of the State on bonds in the bank, which was the official agent during the Confederacy of the State It is alleged that by permission of Gens. Butler and Sjiepley 11,000 bales of cotton were pur chased and brought to the city, and sold for the benefit of the bank and State. NEW YORK. Death of Commodore Swartwont—Aerial Bridge over Broadway — Bobbery and Desertion by United State* Soldier* — Capture of Two of the Adam* fix preu Robber*. . New Yobk. Fe b. 7. Commander Swartwout, of the United .'States Navy, died yesterday at the Naval Ho spital, Brooklyn, aged 62 years. Work was commenced on the Broaidway aerial bridge yesterday, at the corner oif Ful ton street. It will be completed in about four weeks. «.Jhe Kingston Gleaner of the 17th ult. says: We have been informed that several of the crew of the United States steamer-of-waL* Get tysburg, now coaling at Port Koyal, deaerted their ship, and that they have stolen a large quantity of money from the vessel. The police are using every exertion to assist in capturing them.” Two of the Adams Express robbe rs who re cently escaped from the jail at l>anbury, Ct., while awaiting sentence, were captured in this city last night. The Speedy Restoration of the Southern Stales: ~ _ _ Charleston, Feb. 7. Gov. Orr has just arrived here from Wash ington. He expresses the opinion that a speedy restoration of the rebel States will take place, on the basis of impartial suffrage. It is under stood that he will defer convening the Legisla ture of South Carolina until the North Caro lina Legislature takes action on the new prop ositions. Nevada I.egixlature. San Francisco, Feb. 7. . The Nevada Legislature yesterday passed a joint memorial asking Congress to grant the State jurisdiction over Utah Territory. A copy was ordered to be telegraphed to Congress. The Governor has signed the half million laud bill. Pardan of 1.etcher. _ . New York, Feb. 7. The Lexington (Va.) Gazette says Ex-Gov' Letcher has received his pardon. THE MARKETS. . Financial. „ , . , , , New Tore. Feb. 7. Gold closed weak and prices declined to 137* ® 1371 Governments closed strong. Stocks firm and gener ally better at the last open Board. Alter call Erie rose to 60 and the market was a shade firmer, but at terwards fell off slightly. Petroleum and Minin i stocks generally firm and more active. New York market. „ New YORK, Feb. 7. «SP)S>n-a,8llade flrraer but not very active: sales Middling uplands at 33c, closing with no sellers under 33 Jc. flour—active; sa'es 8,200 bids. State at 9 26® 12 00: round hoop Ohio 11 20 ® 1340; Western 926®125o! Southern—sales at 11 25 @ 10 60 Wheat—steady; sales 27,400 bush. No. 2 Milwau kee, choice, at 2 35. Amber State at 3 00. White Michigan at 3 20 @ 3 30. Corn—less active; sales 30,000 bush. Mixed West ern at 112j fa) 113. Oats—dull; pales 17,000bush. Beef—steady. Pork.Ti!“!! and Stooping; sales 3,900bbls,; new mess at 22 00. 1 Lard—quiet and steady. W liiskey—quiet. Groceries—generally dull. Sugars—steady ; sales of Mugcovado at9}@ 10}c. Havana at 9} @ 10c. ^Molasses-steady; sales of Now Orleans at 83} @ llianS3S*r@?!S.irit8 ,Uri’entine at 67® **> jssssttt&r*-at 18ic for crude- •efln Tallow—firmer; sales 115,000 lbs at 11} @ Ilia. Freights to Liverpool—very firm. Cotton? fro -id by sad; Corn 6}d by sail. * - Chicago markets. — , „ , , Chicago, Febt 7. Flour dull anil nominally lower. Wheat—2e lower; sales at 1 90 @ 1 91, and closed dull at 1 88 @ 1 88} for No. 1. Corn dnll at 79}c. Oats dull at 40}c. There Is more doing in Provisions. Mess pork inaetivc; «alosatl8 50® 19 00. Lard neglected and nominal at 11} @ 12o. Live hogs in active demand bv packers and shippers; market closed firm at <; 10 ® 0 70 tor ordinan to choice, lieceipts—10,000 bush, wheat, 12, 000 bush, com, 5,000 bush, oats, 2,100 liogs. Ship ments—11,000 bbls. flour, 00,000 bush, wheat. Ciaciaaati market*. _ _ Cincinnati, Feb. 7. Flour in good domanil and prices unchanged; sales of superfine Winter at 975 @ 1025; trade brands 1100 @ 12 55; fancy 14 00 a) 15 00. Wheat in good domand at lull rates; No. 1 at 2 40 @ 2 90 for Spring and Fall. Corn active for shipment, and prices higher; No. 1, new, at 77 ® 78c; car 50 ® 67. Oats firmer at 51 @ 02c for No. 1. Rye firm at 1 20. Whiskey in fair demand 2 25. Provisions less firm with less demand. Mess pork at 20 70; sales 60,000 bbls. Bulk meat*—not f ully cured held at 7} @ 9}c; shoulders, sides and ba con dull at9}@10}c; clear sides at 12}c. Lard at 12}c. Butter firm at 33 @ 35c. Gold 135}. mensphU market*. Memphis, Tenn., Fij>,. o. Cotton—the market is lower and dull; salesvd Mid dling uplands at 29 @ 30c; receipts 1492 bales' ex ports 1034 bales. ’ New Orleaa* market*.. ... New Orleans, Feb. C. Cotton unchanged; sales 500 bales; low Middling at 30e; Middlings at 31c; receipts 4559 bales; exports 1880 bales. ’ • New Orleans, Feb. 7. Cotton—firm; sales6000bales; Middl ngatale; re ceipts 4056 bales; exports 933 bales. Sugar active; But at 13e. Molasses active at 75 @ 76c. Flour—su perfine at 11 624; extra 12 00 (ui 15 00. Com quiet and unchanged; sales at 1 10 @ 110}. Oats lower at 87c. Pork lower; mess 2150. Bacon nominal. Lard quiet at 13 (o) 14}c. Gold 137}. Sterling Exchange 148.— New York Exchange } discount. San Francisco market. San Francisco, Feb. 6. Receipts of Wheat in this city since January were ltal a million sacks. Sales to-day at $165® $175 100 lbs, San Francisco, Feb. 7. Legal Tenders 73}. Eastern Butter sell at 28 @ 33c. New V eik stack Market. New Yoke, Feb. 7. Stocks—active. American Hold.137} @ 137 U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1862.108 U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons,1864.106 U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1865,... .105 U. S. Seven-Thirties, 1st series.,.1051 @ 105, U. S. Seven-Thirties. 2d series.1061 @ 105 U. S. Seven-Thirties, 3d series.105} (si 105 Missouri Sixes. 95 Western Union Telegraph. 44} New York Oeutral.102} Erie,. 59} Erie preferred. 75 Hudson.129} Michigan Central.lost Michigan Southern,. 75 Illinois Central,,.111! Cleveland & Pittsburg. 84} Cleveland & Toledo.120 Chicago* Hock Island. 99 Pacitlc Mail.160 American Express.65 Bo«im Stock tiiai, Sales at tlie Brokers’ Board, Dec 7. American Gold.... 137J U uited States 7 3-lOths, 1st series. 106* “ small. 10M 2d series. l,'.5j small. 106} „ . , „ “ 3d series. 106| United States 6-20s, 1862. . 10h “ small. 107 “ 186*. 106 ’* July, 1806. 106 United States Ton-torties. 102 Rutland 1st Mortgage Bonds. 123 Vermont Central '2d mortgage bonds. 65 Portland, Saco & Portsmouth Railroad. 100 Western Railroad. 13*} [Sales at Auction.] Pepperell Manufacturing Company. 1175 Eastern Railroad. 1071 Bates Manufacturing Co. 1*3* New Hampshire State Sixes. 99* Vermont Central lstmortgage bonds. 110} BOWDOIN COLLEGE. THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. The 47th An nual Course of Lectures in (he Medical School of Maine, will commence Feb. 21st, and ccntinue 1C weeks. FACULTY OF INSTRUCTION. ^A«U£,L Harris, D. D., Resident of the College. J. S. Tenney, L. L. D., Lecturer ou Medical Jurisprudence. I. T. Dana, M. D., Professor of tLe Theory and Practice of Medicine. W. C. Robinson, M. D., Prolessor of Materia Mcdica and Therapeutics. C. L. Ford, M. D., Professor of Anatomy and Physiology. C. F. Brackett, M. D., Professor of Chemistry and Pharmacy. W. W. Greene, M. D., Professor of Surgery. T. H. Jewett, M. D., Prolessor of Ubsiefriesand Diseases of Women and Children. H. H. Seavey, M. D,, D’-monstratur in Anato my. SSfCirciilars containing full information will be torwarded on application to the Secretary. 0. F. BRACKETT, M. D., Sec’y. Brunswick, Jan 1,18G7, ,ial<JT.T,& Still Marl E. €. BURT’S New York Goods! Constantly ou hand and for sale by T. CURTIS & CO., 62 Milk St., Boston, Tha only authorized Agents for the sale ol these Goods in New England. T. C. & CO., Also manulacture the llncst quali ties ot Ocala’ Hewed and Pegged Calf Boots and Shoes l _ t OP EVERY VARIETY, Feb7-T,T*S4W REAL ESTATE. Farm for Sale, T OCATED Yarmouth fore Bide; two story house -Li ami out buildings, 45 acres of land with orchard and wood lot, and handy to sea dressing, and a good wharf. Terms easy. For further particulars enquire of 11. Sinclair, of Cumberland, or on tlio premises. Feb7dlWiieodlw C.C. PAYSON. FOR SALE. A LOT OF LAND, situated within a hundred yards of the llraud Trunk Miuliuu, Yar mouth. Said Lot is U7 ft. by 19H, and Is part of the Estate of tlio late Capl. JOHN DAVIS*. For further particulais inquire at his late resi dence. Yarmouth, Jan. 20, 1867, jan.-s; U2weod* House for Sale. ON Nenl Nlr.ri, upper half of the Brick front House—containing in all 12 llnoras: cemented Cellar, hard and soft water. A good stablo, and yard room. Very convenient and dedrable. Possession given sometime in March. Terms easy. Apply on the premises, or to WM. H. JERRIS, „ , . Real Estate Agent. Feb. 6—d,*)w FOR SALE. Grove Hill Farm - THE above Farm is situated on an eminence over looking the oeautiful and thriving village ol Bridgton Center ami within one hall a mile ol the business portion. it is pronounced by all who have seen it to lie the best and most desirable location, in the County. It comprises lit) acres, conveniently di vided into tillage, pasturage, wood land and timber laud; cuts from 45 to 51) tons lirst quality of hay. The buildings consist of a two story bouse, built in 1S5S, at an expense ol $3,000, wilu born and out buildings in good repair. For particulars apply to C. P. KIMBALL, nr H. W. GAGE, (llrtn oi Struct & Gage,) Portland. BEN JAMIN WALKER, Bridgton. or to Hie subscriber. , RICHARD GAGE. Bridgton, Dec., I860._dec 27 eo-d&wt TIMBER LAUD! For Sale in Virginia• THE subscriber Las for sale 450 acres of Land licavily wooded with White Oak, Red Oak, Chestnut auil Pino timber, situated on the Rappa hannock River, l’or further particulars address ADOLPHUS WEINBERG, _Ja29dtt Box 347, Alexandria, Va. Valuable Hotel Property tbr Sale. rpHE Oxford House, pleasantly situated in the vil X lage ol Fryeburg, Oxford county, Maine, is of fered tbr sale ac a bargain, il applied lor soon. The'ilousefe large, in good repair, with lurniture and fixtures throughout, together with all necessary outbuildings. For lull particulars inquire ol HOKATI0 BOOTHBY, _ _ _ Proprietor. Or Hansnu& Dow, 544 Union gt. Fryeburg, Sept. 2#, 18C6. dtf m House for Sale, No 32 Myrtle Street. En quire at No. 8 Central Wharf. _July 12—dtl_ Farm for Sale. I WILL sell my liirm near Allen’s Corner West brook, about three miles from Portland, one mile from horse cars, anil Westbrook Seminary. Saul larm eontains about 100 acres, part of it very valuable lor tillage, and part or it for building lots. There is a good house, two large barus. and out hous es on (he premises. It will be sold together, or iu lots to suit purchasers OYliUS THDELOW, Bepll-dti 165 Commercial St. For Sale—House on Park St. BEING about to remove trom this city I ofler lor sale my House. No. 55 Park St. It is good size and con veil e nt, with all the modern improvements, Bathing room, iu which is Hot and Cold water, Gas, Furnace, &c. Con ected with house is a gocxlstable. Po.'session given first day of May next. Enquire at IVo. ‘iJKI Commercial bead of Hobson’s wharf, of J. H. Hamlen, or the subscriber, Jan30codtfSTEPHEN PATTEN. First Class Houses for Sale. WE offer for sale the eight first class brick houses, recently built by us, situated on Pino Street, between Clark and Carletcn Streets. These houses are thoroughly built, with slate roofe, brick drams, and marble mantelpieces throughout.— They will be sold at a low nrice, and on very favora ble terms. Apply at our office. No. 27* Dantorth St. ww. J- «ROWN & SONS, or WM. H. JERRIS, Real Estate Agent, opposite the Preble House. October 16, 1866. dtf House for Sale. A good House two stories, Stable attached, hard . and soil water, good lot centrally located—con venient for two lainilies, if desirable. Inquire at 13 H.Viovcr or 184 P.re Hi., J. A. FENDEKSON. Jan. U, 1867. dtf For Lease. THE vufuftiiig lot or land corner of Middle and l'luiui, StrcO1*, lor n term or years. Kunuire of V. C. MITCHELL .V SON, Aug. 28, IHiC—(lli _118 Fore Street. Desirable Store Lots FOR SALE, IV COM9KE BCIAL STREET. THE subscribers offer for sale the lot of land on tho southerly side of Commercial Street, head of Dana’s Wharf, measuring 72 by 150 feet. For fur ther particulars inquire JONAS H. PER LEY. Oct 18 tf _or W. S. DANA. House for Sale A FIRST CLASS two story Brick House No. 13 Mechanic Street. Lot 42 x 100. Enquire at .‘14.1 Oousrt-NM Mt., of L. D. STROUT, or of WM. H. JERR1S, Real Estate Agent. jan22dtf NOTICE. I will sell on lavorable terms as to payment, or let for a term of years, the lots on the corner od Middle and Frankliu streets, and on Franklin street, including the corner of Frankliu and Fore streets. Apply to WM. HILLIARD, Bangor, or SMITH & REED. Attorneys, Portland. jy!2ti AFau de Magnolia.—The pettiest thing, the sweetest tiling,” and the most of it tor the least money. If overcomes the odor of ptVSpiration; soft ens and adds delicacy to the skin; is tc delightful |*er luine; allays headache anil intlamationv and is a nec essary companion in the sick room, i.u the nursery and upon the toilet sideboard. It can be obtained everywhere at one dollar per bottle. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all DruggiaM, S>. X.—180o.—X.—The amount of Plantation Bit ters sold in one year is something startling. They would till Broadway six leet high from the Park to 4th street. Brake’s uionuiactoi y is one of the insti tutions in New York. It is said Chat Brake painted all the rocks in tho Eastern Slates with his cabalistic “S. T.—1800—X.,” and then got the old granny legis lators to pass a law ‘‘preventing disliguring tho lace of nature,” which gave him a monopoly. We do not know how this is, out we do know that Plantation Bitters bell as no other article ever' did. They are used by all classes of the community, and are death on Dyspepsia—certain. They are very invigorating when languid auri week, and a great appetizer." Sarato a pring Wator, sold by all Br u ggists, “In lifting (lie kettle from the fire I scalded myse very severely—one hand almost to a crisp. The tor ture was unbearable. * * * The Mexican Mus tang Liniment relieved the pain almost immediately. It healed rapidly and left very little scar. Chas. Fosteic, 420 Broad street, Philadelphia.*' This is merely a sample of what the Mustang Lini ment will do. it is invaluabe in all cases ol wounds, swellings, sprains, cuts, bruises, spavins, etc., either upon man or beast. beware of counterfeits. None is genuine unless wrapped in the steel-plate engravings, bearing the signature of C. W. Westbrook, Chemist, ami the pri vate stamp of Demis Daunes & Co, Mow York. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. All who value a valuable head of hair, and its pres ervation from premature baldness and turning grey will not fail to use Lyon’s celebrated Katharkm. It makes tue hair rich, soft and glossy, eradicates dand ruh, and causes the hair to grow with luxuriant beauty, it is sold everywhere. K. Thomas Lyon, Chemist, N. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. What Did It? A young lady returning to her country homo attcr a sojourn ofa few months in New York, was hardly recognized by her friends. In place ot a rustic llushod lace, she had a soft ruby complex ion of almost marble smoothness, and instead of 23, she really appeared but 17. Slie told them plainly she used Aagan’s Magnolia Balm, and would not be without it. Any lady cau improve her appearance very much by using this article. It can be ordered ol any druggist lor 6# cents Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. Hclmstreet’s Inimitable Hsir Coloring has boon steadily growing in lavor Ibr over twonty yearn. It acts upon the absorbents at the roots of the hair, and changes to its original color by dogrccs. All instan taneous dyes deaden and injure the hair. Heim strocts w nut a dye but is certlin in its results, pro motes its growth, and is a beautiful Hair Dressing, Price 50 cents and *1.00. Sold by all dealers. Saratoga Spring Water, soldby all Druggtots. Lyon’s Extract of Pure Jamaica (Iinoer— tor Indigestion, Nausea, Heartburn, Sick llcadaebe, Cholera Morbus. &c., where a warming, genial stim ul:mt is required. Its careful preparation and entire punty makes it a cheap and reliable article for culi nary purposes. Sold everywhere at 50 cents per bot Baratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggtets. _n_June 14, ’66—eodtfcwly Notice to Land Holderg. "\TR O’DUROCHER, Builder, is prepared to take rVHr !?r building, either by JOB <|r by o 1, <<aa. furnish First Class workmen and material of all description. Residence, AMERICAN HOUSE. a .077 India Street, Portland. August 11 tli, 18CG augakitf NOTICE. ' A Heeling of the Stockholders of the “ S’!’A It MA I VII COni'UKATION” will be hold at tlieir Factory on Kenucbcc Street. Portland Fw'VWWl *'.eb' *4’ ,SUT’ Rt 21 oVJock P. M., for tlie following purposes. To authorize the Directors to petition the Leclda tui e for au Act of incorporation increasing ihc capi tal stock. To see if the Stockholders will lay an assess went on the stock. To alter or amend the By-Laws in any wav- that may seem expedient, and to transact any ether t>usi ness that may come before the me ting. EDWARD P. UERRISh) President.
Portland, Fab. 4, 18CT. lebSd.w PROSPECTUS, THE PRESS For 1867. With the opening of the new year we presented to the readers of the DAILY PRESS, A Paper Enlarged to (lie size of the lurgeet New England Dailies. The enlargement of our daily edition is equivalent to the addition of between three and four columns to 1 its size. This additional space will be devoted to de tails ot important events, which we have heretofore ( been obligod to give in brief, and to selections from 4 current literature, grave or gay, such as we have ] lately been obliged to omit altogether. ] What the character of the paper thu9 enlarged wili be, its past history will show. The Press was es tablished primarily to represent the Republican par- j ty of Maine. It was impossible for the controlling i party of the State to remain voiceless in this city. 1 The Press will continue to defend the principles of j the Liberal party of America. The war has closed t one great cycle in our national history—the cyclo i daring which aristocracy at the South aud democra cy at the North grew up side by side, a period of jealousy and conflict, resulting in an appeal to arms aud the victorious supremacy of the democratic prin ciple. We have entered on a state of transition, which seems likely to prove longer than most of us antici pated. The Press will insist upon a settlement which will secure the fruits of our victory. Nothing is settled till it is settled light. We must have de- * uocracy at the South as w ell as at the North—equal \ rights for all secured by equal laws, freedom of I speech, freedom of the press, impartial suffrage. 01 the profound convictions of the Republican party ot £ Maine, the Press will remain a faithful exponent. The present year will probably witness the exten sion of the telegraph round the world. The comple tion ot tliat great enterprise will compel a change, which has already begun, in the management ot £ newspapers. The leading features of the world’s i history will be registered from day to day by the tel egraph. The expense of special dispatches from all c parts of the world will prove too great for single c newspapers, and correspondence will regain some thing nt its old importance. Ncwspai»er associations or news agents will assume the task of furnishing the daily dispatches, while correspondents will fur- ^ nish details, explanations and illustrations, by mail. The Atlantic telegraph has already destroyed the system by which our foreign news has for years been furnished by steamer, and already tbe Tribune has its special correspondents established in almost every capital in Europe. We cannot rival the teats o j New York jonroadsm but we must be governed by the same considerations. 5 We have engaged Regular Correspondents in Washington, New York, Boston and Augusta, and occasional correspondents at various points 1 throughout the State. During the session of the Legislature, we shall publish Special Dispatches from Augusta every morning, furnishing a synop- 1 sis of the previous day’s proceedings. c To the people of Maine, and especially to people who have business relations with Portland, wo hope to make the Press more valuable than any paper published outside of the State ean possibly be. We shall publish the same telegraphic summary as other ( New England newspapers. Wc shall not publish special dispatches from Washington, but we fchall have regular correspondence from that point, and a Dally Summary of Maine News I which readers here would be sorry to miss. We shall have Bull and Accurate Market Report*, forwarded by telegraph from al’ parts of the United c States, from Canada, and irom England. A weekly Review oi the Portland Markets, and an accurate Rcpart of Maine Shipping, 2 in foreign and domestic ports, will be published as 1 hereto tore. There will be NO INCREASE IN THE PRICE Of the Daily Press. For c EIGHT DOLLARS A YEAR! a e We expect to furnish a paper, £ The Largest in tlie State, and as large as in other States is offfeml fbr ten or twelve dollars a year. • TIE MAINE STATE PRESS Is not like many weeklies, a mere waste basket for the leavings of the daily edition. It is designed to be as carefully made up as if it wero a perfectly inde pendent publication. It contains from week to week, the most important articles which appear in tlie daily, together with a considerable amount of Matter Expressly Prepared for its Columns We shall add to its attractions during the coming year, An Agricultural Department, To be conducted by the i Rev. WILLIAM A. DREW, of Augusta, % veteran journalist, widely and favorably known in Maine, and a contributor for some time past to tlie Press over the signature of “Traxi.” Mr. Drew’s special qualifications for this work need no heralding. The Shipping Neil’s of the Week Will be published without abridgment in the State Press, as will also tlie Review of the Portland Markets, And the Brighton Market Reports. To country traders the weekly report of Portland prices <\irrrent alone will be well worth the subscrip tion prico, • In addition to a careful lHgest Of General and State News9 We shA1! also furnish weekly a page of Miscellaneous Beading for the Family. The weekly cdltton is made up in eight large pages, of six coluiyins each, and is the Largest Weekly Paper ia New England. It is offered U/ tl* public at the low price of a DOLLARS AYE. VP. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. To a club of NEW su.nsobibebs, eleven copies will be sent for twenty dollars,* and the same discount is offered to larger clubs. J NOTICES OF TlW PRESS. [From the Christian Mirror.] The Pbess has been enlarged ■im'c New Year’s. We are glad to see such evidence o»*prosperity. With such papers as Portland now ini wishes we see no need of importing Dailies from B»W£on and New York. [From the Portland Price ContaiJ The Pbess.—The crowded state of otir columns last week prevented us from noticing the ©nlajjement and re-arrangement of the columns of the .Daily Press, which in ite present enlarged form, and with its excellent editorial management, is certainly Jho leading Journal of Maine, and equal to any in New England; especially when taken into consider ration the amonnt of interesting reading matter tfuat is daily furnished for the money. [From the Gardiner Home Journal.] Enlabged.—The Portland Press was enlarged on the 1st inst., to about the size of the Boston i lailies. This is an evidenne of not only the prosperity of the Press, but of Portland as well, for of course t he en largement is caused by the increase of advt irtising favors. The Press is worthy of the patronag o it re ceives, is a credit to Portland and to the Stat e, and we hope increasing years may increase its pi^eper Hy. (From tftie Eastern Argus, Jan. 2] —The Press appeared yesterday morning enlarged by the addition ok 2] inches to the length of rjts col umns. its make-up has also been changed .again, and on the whole it presented a decidedly improved appearance. Our cotemporary’s “ new clothes” are somewhat larger than ours, but the “ biggest 4 re not always the beat.” [From the Portland Evening Star, Jan. 1+] The Daily Press appears this morning in 411 en large ) torm, making it now fully equal in size io any daily newspaper in New England. The odi»*or, in his New Year’s Salutatory, shows that the success of the paper Ibr the past year ha* been most gratifying, and we are glad of its prosperity. The retorn to the origiual style of arranging the conteuts 01 the jpaper, is one ol the most agreeable featured ol' the ebsmge. [From the Bangor Whig.) — The Portland .Press was enlarged on thd 1st of January to about the size of the Boston Daity Post and Advertiser—which are our largest New England dailies—and it now makes a very handsome a pnear ance. This evidence of prosperity on tlic par t of so rood and reliable a paper as the Press is grai frying. It shows, too, that Portland has lost nothing ol vigor, enterprise or resource, by the great tire, but ttoat its course is still onward—that its business ift in f; let in creasing, notwithstanding the apparent, calai iiity ot last year—and that its promise of coinir.ercial great ness is certain to bo fnltilled. The Press is among the best of the New England papers, r*nd its 1 iresent appearance is a credit to the State. [Prom the Bath Time-*.) P?rdan.‘* Press conics OMt greatly ctilarg oJ> si™8 another settler to the question which is • the priuciiial | «pcr in Portland.” It is bound to distance its coupe titurs. [From the Lewiston Jo'ornal, Jan. 1.] l.Ji1 tnP»^ti?i1HHPross. increased its size equlva ^ ^ or four columns. This JJJJJ5E533J; Sorely Upon its resarree ti w.„t,^tn 0u'iheS °* tLu treat Are, shows that the liurarv’tiste^off?^8 “3* 61,0118 10 “tor to 1110 ;’SInJy Th« r<,a**er8 are appreciated l*y the 8,1 ice now obtained trill he from^unrent UteraUue'.P°rtant OTent8’ a“d 8®locUoliS [From the Worcester (Maw.,) Spy.) new’vear wttiruaimong,al0 f‘alH'r® ‘hat commencethe nZirii v ^ .Ela^ed sheetB and manifest signs of E’vcmnz Prew Press and the Hanford dailv*?* tire St'.iJhr «rmer " thc >"*■“ and h®81 kmereeaided^L'^ *?aiue, “d the latter wo have cicfutufea. ^ ®* on® of ablest of our Connecticut [From the Portland Advertiser, Jan. 2.) which we think quite »„ Improvement In its appc-ar aeement^of vt’r'i^b?cn undcr tUo editorial man hShnlULd . nt'hardson. Its editorials have been ”**' *“^1*“* reliable, wielding a powerful iullu Its patrons on all poUtlo.l matters* He "** tft*cn ft IWr stand, always uisefuslug jopicp in ft dignified manner, yet leaning in all viiai issue* with his i»arty. While we cannot always agree with all ot his political notions, wc heartily hear witness to the ability, character and culture he has displayed in im management, and wish him and tho proprietors even more prosperity in the next year than it has had in the past. Its news is judiciously and carefally selected, and a general culture and literary taste characterizes its contents. As a good ihmily newspaper it has no su nerior; and while Mr. Lincoln occupies the city ed itor’s chair there will be no lack of local news, as it is generally acknowledged iu that department he has no equal in the State. The enlargement argues a prosperous business, at least for ur cotemporary, and we hope it will never be fouud necessary to curtail tho dimensions ot this enterprising and respectable sheet. [From tho Bangor Times.] tST The Portland Daily Press comes to tls consiil er ibly enlarged and with a return to its old style of “ make-up.” This enlargement—so soon after the great tire—to n size equal with the leading Boston dailies, speaks favorably ibr the prosperity of the city and Indicates a good degree of enterprise on the part ot the proprietors. The Press is edited with ability, has able contributors, and as the leading paper of tho dominant party, i. a power in the land. I From the Portland Transcript.) THE Daily Press begins the new year much en larged in size; we are glad to see such an evidence of the prosperity ot this excellent journal. The Press lias sw ung around the circle to another arrangement of its editorial and news matter; after all, Hie old second and third page arrangement, presenting edi torials and news together was tlic best. United States Mails. MAINE. Port Office Department, Washington, January 2,1807. PROPOSALS for convoying the malls of the Unit ed States from duly 1,1867, to June 30,1809, on the following routs iu the State ol Maine, will be re ceived at the Contract Office of this Department un til 3 P. M. ot March 28 next, to be decided by April 11 following : No. 167. From Porter, by North Parsonfield, Par sontield, and North Newlield, to West Newlield, 13 miles ami back, once a week. Leave Porter Saturday .it 8 A. M. Arrive at West Newlield by 11 A. M. > Leave West Newlield Saturday at 12 M. Arrive at Porter by 3 P. M. Proposals for tinOM-thnes-a-week service invited : also to extend to Union, via North Acton and Wake field. 168. Fr^m Porter, by North Porter. ( no office,) Crain’s Mills, (no office, and Goshen Seminary,(no offi ce,) to Conway Center, (N. 11.) 17 miles and back, once a week. Leave Porter Saturday at 7 A. M. Arrive at Conway Center by 12 M. Leave Conway Center Saturday at 2 P. M. Arrive at Porter at 7 P. M. 169. From North Acton, (no office,) by Wakefield, to Union. (N. H.) 12 miles and back, once a week. Leave North Acton Saturday at 10 A. M. Arrive at Union by 12 M. Leave Union Saturday at 1 P. M. Arrive at North Acton by 3 P. M. Proposals for three-times-a-week service invited. 170. From Woodman's Station,(no o/tfee,) by New Gloucester and West Gloucester, to North Raymond 10 miles ami back, three t mes a week. Izcave Woodman's Station Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 9 A. M. Arrive at North Raymond by 11,30 A. HI. Leave North Raymond Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 1 P. Af. Arrive at Woodman’.- Station by 3.30 P. M. Proposals for six-times a week service invited. 171. From Poland to West Poland, 3j miles and back, once a week. Leave Poland Saturday at 8 A. M. Arrive at West Poland by i> A. M. Leave West Poland Saturday at 10 A. M, Arrive at Poland by 11 A. M. Proposals tor three times a week service invited ; also proposals to extend to Mechanics’ balls, 3 1-2 miles, 172. From Sherman to Houlton, 38 miles and back, once a week. Leave Sherman Saturday at 7 A. M. Arrive at Houlton by 5P. M. Leave Houlton Friday at 7 A. M. Arrive at Sherman by 5 P. M. 173 From Wilton, by Beau’s Corner, to North Chestcrville, 7} miles ami back, once a week. Leave Wilton Saturday at 5.30 p m; Arrive at North (Chesterville by 7 p m; Leave North CLes er ville Saturday at 7 a m; Arrive at Wilton by 8.30 am; Proposals for three-times-a-week service invited, 174 From Flagstaff to Eustis Mills, (no office) 8 miles and back, once a week, Leave Flagstaff Saturday at 5 pm; Arrive at Eustis Mills by 8 p m; Leave Eustis Mills Saturday at 1 p m; Arrive at Flagstaff by 4 p m. 175 From Hollis to Dayton, 2 miles and back, once a week. Leave Hollis Saturday at 9.30 a m; Arrive at Dayton by 10.30 a m; Leave Dayton Saturday at 7.30 a m; Arrive at Hollis by 8.30 a m; Proposals for twice-a-week service invited. 176 From Brunswick to West Harpswell, 13 miles and back, once a week. Leave Brunswick Saturday at 2.30 p m, or on ar rival of cars; Arrive at West Harpswell by 6 p m; Leave West Harpswell Saturday a 9 a m; Arrive at Brunswick by 11.30 a m; Proposals for three-times-a-week service invited. NOTES. Proposals must be to carry the mail with “eeleiity, certainly, aud security,*’ using the terms ot the law, and they must be guarantied by tw j responsible per sons, certified to as such by a postmaster or judge of a court ot record. No pay will be made for trips not performed, aud for each of such omissions not satisiactorily explain ed, three times tho pay of the trip may be de acted. For arrivals so far behind time us to break connec tion with depending mails, and not sufficiently ex cused, oiic-lourth . I"the compensation tor the trip is subject to toifciturc. Fines will be imposed, unless the delinquency be satisiactorily exp ained, for neg lecting to take tbe mail from or into a post office; lor suffering it to bo injured, destroyed, robbed, or Lost; aud for retusing, after demand, to convey the mail as frequently as the c ntractor runs, or is con cerned in running, vehicles on the route. Tho Post master General may annul the contract for disobey ing the post office laws, or the instructions of the Department. Ho may alter the schedule of depar tures aud arrivals, ami also order an increase of ser vice by allowing the>cfor a pro rata increase on the coutract pay. Ho may also curtail or discontinue thfi service in whole or in part, at a prorata U< crease of pay allowing oue month’s extra compon. alion on the amouut of service dispensed with. Bids should be addressed to tho “Second Assistant Postmaster Go ’era superscribed “ Proposals, State of Maine,” and sent by mail. For forms of proposals, <£c., and other informa tion, see advertised ent of this date, iu pamphlet form, at the principal post offices. ALEX. W. RANDALL, feb 1 dlaw 4w Postmaster General. PHOTOGRAPHS f E. 8. WORMELL formerly No. 90 Middle street, takes pleasure in an nouncing that he will on TUESDAY, JAN. 1, 18C7, N upon his NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY At No. 316 Congress Street, [Opposite IVecbssieM’ Hall,] where he will be pleased to wait on his friends and the public Grateful for past patronage, he hopes by strict at tention to business to merit a renewal ot the same. Persons wishing lor FIRST CLASS PICTURES of all styles and sizes are invited to call. Pictures colored lu Oil, Water Color* aad ladia Ink by one of the beet Artiste in the Slate* Special attention paid to Copying of all descriptions. C&^AH work warranted to give satisfaction. N. B—Work done for Photographers in Ink or Colors at reasonable rat as. janleod3m Bank Notice. THE following are the 1st and 2d Sections of an act of the Legislature, passed Feb 20,1866: “Sectioit 1. In all cases where the liability of any “bank in this State to redeem its bills would expire “in the year 1866, but for the provisions of this act, <>£UCh liability shall be extendod until the 1st day of “Mai '^i 1867, except such banks as are now in the “hands o'U*® Receivers.” “Sect. 2. ^b® Bank Commissioners shall publish “in one or more newspapers nearest the place whore “a bank is situated, n*0! *n °*5cr newspapcrs as “they may see lit, a not. *J® ^ne w**on “J® “bili tv of such bank will cen ter the redemption ot “its bills, said notice to be conu uu®? fkree months “next before the time named there. The liability of the following banks to codeeih their bills, which would have expired in the year i860, and alter the passage of this act is, by the first section of the act, extended until the 1st (Lay of March, 19B7: Augusta Bank,at Angusta Long Leach Bank -A Bath Bath Bank, at Bath. Lew iston Falls Bank, Bank of Somerset, at L ewiston. at Skowhegan. Marine Bank, Bank ofWinthron, at Damaxiacotta. at Winthrop. Northern Bank, - Freemans B’k, at Augusta at Halh*»%®l L Granite Bank, at Augusta.OaklandBank, International Bank, at Gardner. at Portland. Orono Bank, at Orano. Kenduskeag Bank, Skowhegan Bank, at Bangor. at Skowhegan. A. C. ROBBINS, \ Bank F. E. WEBB, } Commissi (mors. Nov 23, 1866, no28dlttw3m _mT v T.%* T. %* I MITIOATOR . TTITE would call tlio attention of all to a new com Tf pound, never before offered to tbo American people. In r. gard to this medicine we shall $av but little. Its cures arc too uumerouw, and its quail tics are too well known. Since its discovery its cures in chronic as well as acute eases, is proof suilh icnt to thousands who have used it or its power and superi ority o\cr all mediciucB now known in America, lor the class of discuses that it is calculated to cure. Mansfield’s Vegetable Miligator Is entirely diltercnt and unlike any other preparation in existence, and only requires a trial to prove it wor thy ol' i lie high recommendation we claim tor it. Pre pared only by BR. W. P. DUmFIBLD, Portland, Me. PRICE 25 AND DO CENTS, General Agency and ManuliictoryNo. 27 Green St. Portland, Me. MANSFIELD’S VEGETABLE MITIOATOR MANSFIELD'S VEGETABLE MITIOATOR MANSFIELD’S VEGETABLE MITIOATOR MANSFIELD’S VEGETABLE MITIOATOR Cures Diphtheria, or Throat Disease; Bronchitis; Rheumatism: Paiusinauv form; Palo. Swelling and Stillness of (lie Joints; Pain or Lumeuoss in the Back, Breast or Side. Ac.. Ac. In Fevers, < anker, Rash, Measles. Fever and Ague, its virtuo is experienced to admiration, especially among children. It cures Cholera. Clamps, old Ul cerous Soros, Sores exposed to salt water. Sprains. Flesh wounds,Dvsenlcrry,Diarrhea, lmlammatioii 01 (lie Bowols. Neuralgia, Colds, Tooth Ache. Burns, Pains in the Stomach, and ali morbid conditions ot the svstem. ur for internal and external use. it is, In fact, tho roost effectual family Mediciuc now known in Amer ica* aug 22 eod<& wdu Schooner lor Sale. , J The fine white oak and copper-fij»,™J*i Oil fast sailing Schooner IPA MP"1 AtFit Cl 12-100 tons new 11““"^"™!'" “ y/ajAV found and adapted fi'r tn lo/sale 1MW Fishing business, .a by the bias tern Packet Co. For purdculars enquire o Jan28dtt _No. 3 long Wtorf. PAINTS AND OILS. Druffs, Medicines, Dye stairs, Window Glass. AGENTS FOR Forest Diver <6 Warren Lead Co. ’« CRAFTS At WH.JLIAniS, Nos. 0 and 0 Commercial Wharf, Boston. Oeet—TuTbStly EN TEBTAIA MEATS. Portland Theatre. Hidwell Mi Brewin', Lemn Me Manager*. East Week but Two of the Season. Monday and Tae^dly*> Feb. 4lh and Sib, " ill be presented the great historical drama of Horse-Shoe Robinson, OH the Battle of Kin»*s Mountain. Horse-blioe Hobinsou... ,, „ ... Alary Musgravc.... ., », „ , nrt. . ' .. liklwei k or particulars see Programmes. During the week several STERLINfi i>i *vo LAUGHABLE FARCES, Ac , mtr£l,mu.g strength ot the Star Dramatic Company * tUc tu" tmbti6t“tU“* "0VUU> “iU “CUVe frei-aration. I. A. U. A. The Irish American Relief Associa’n will give a court*? of SIX ASSEMBLIES, AT MECHANICS’ HALL, Commencing Monday Eve’g, Jan. 7lh, And continuing each Monday Evening, closing with a GRAND CALICO DRESS BALL. Tickets lor the Course, including the Bail, will be 15.00; Evening Tickets, *1.00; Ball Ticket*, $1.30. MT'Music by Cbuudlcr’a lull Quadrille Band, D. H. Chandler, Promoter. Dancing to commence at 8 o’clock precisely. /looi-A/anm/tm—Thomas Parker, James Rooney L. Marshall, Rob«rt Dow, Patrick McCalcrty William H. Kalor. i */,c88r8' G’Rlley and Bodkin will take charge of tho <:lotlll'‘«- ilco31dtf Tilton «£• McFarland, Desire to caU the attention to the thet that more than 4 O Of their Safes gave AMPLE PROTECTION In the late tire. Parties desiring a FIRST RATE SAFE, At a MODERATE PRICE, will please call on EMERY & WATERHOUSE, Middle Street, Portland, Or at HO Sudbury direct, Banian. riT Second-hand Safes taken in exchange for sale. Jan 15—fvNlstw in each mo&a<lv remainder of time. Clove Anodyne. THAT remarkable specific for Toothache and its associated neuralgic*, prepared by us only, can now be furnished to consumers or to the trade In quantities to suit, at our establishment, 348 COXGHEHS dTRKET, ieb6d3t_R. LUNT A CO. CHARLES STAPLES & SON, Iron Founders, Boiler Makers & Machinists. THE subscribers having rebuilt their Work Shops, are now prepared to take orders lor Machinery and Iron Work of all kinds. Iron Store Fronts and Columns for buildings promptly furnished. STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, SAW AND GRIST BULL WORK AND GEARING made to order. Having able and experienced pattern makers and new tools of modern design, can supply patterns with promptness and at a moderate cost. Repairs of all kinds of Iron Work attended to with despatch and at reasonable rates. Having a large ami well equip ped Forge, con furnish torgings and shapes of all kinds for Steamboats and f jocomotive work such as Mhaftj*, Cranks, Pi-tou KoUh, Car and Engine Axles and Shapes to pattern or draw ings, from 10 tons to 100 pounds weight. They are also Selling Agents for MKRRIMAN'8 PATENT BOLT CUTTER, tbo best Machine ever invented for the purpose, performing double the amount of work of any other now in use. FOR SALE, a 715 horse power l.oconao lire Koiler with new tube sheets and new set ol tubes, in first rate order, and warranted sate with a pressure of 100 rounds to the square inch. A NEW TEN HORSE POWER PORTABLE EN GINE, an excellent Machine, can be seen running at our Foundry. CHARLES STAPLES & SON, Cor. Com. St. and Brown’s Wharf, novlOe d3m Portland, Maine. Fryeburg Academy l THE Spring Term of this Institution will com mence on WEDNESDAY, February 20th, 1SG7. CHARLES D. BARROWS, A. B., Principal. For further information apply to the Principal, or to D. B. SJeWALL, Secretary. Jan 28—eod2w Portland, January 31, 18G7. To the lion, the Harbor commissioners qf the City q/‘ Portland. GnNTLFMKN—* r I'HE undersigned, for and in behalf of the City of X Portland, deeming it expedient to make a certain portion of Vaughan’s Bridge in said City, a perma nent structure, by filling the same with earth and other materials, pray your Honorable Body to estab lish such line or limit to said permanent structure as you in your Judgment may determine. Per order Committee »»n Sheets, Sidewalks, &c. A. P. MORGAN, Chairman. Okderi.d,—That notice of the above application be given by publication of the same with this order theroou In two of the daily papers printed m Port laud, at least seven uays previous to the time of hear ing; and that a hearing ihereon be had at 3 o’clock In the afternoon of Friday the 8th day of February, 18C7 on the premises. S. T. CORSER, ALBEKj MARWICK, JACOB Mr LEU. AN, Harbor commissionbrb. Feb. 1, 1867._fcbg did FOB SALE. ONE high pressure, horizontal Strum Engine, ( with cylinder 1G inches diameter, 44 inch stroke —iron bed and heavy fly wheel. Two flue Boilers 40 in. diameter,;;o feet long with two flue* in each 13 in. diameter. The whole 1* complete in all its parts, and in good order, and will be s »ld at a lutrguiu. Apply to T. flfl. WKMTOft, Or the Pwrllnnd isnuany. Portland, Feb. 2,1*67. tel»5 d30d od Store to Let. SPACIOUS, and well adapted for almost any busi ness, i eing next door to Middle, and the upper store in the three-storied iron iront block on Union Street. Conveniences and finish modern. Enquire at No. 4 Cotton Street. janl5diwtcodtf To Let. THIRST, second and third lofts over E. T. Elden & J7 Co.’s store, Free Street Block; also, offices over Schlotterbeck’s, and over Crosman & Co.’s, in new block corner Brown and Congress streets. Janl4-dtf_ J. B. BROWN. ofLsT oftsT Lubricating and Illuminating WHOLESALE ANI) RETAIL. L. P. Drown, Jan2Sdlw* IT*. 300 Fare Street. New Store—Just Open. BLUNT & FOSS, DEALERS IN Builders Hardware,Nails,G'aaa, Wooden Ware DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS, anil CARPEN TERS' TOOLS in Great Variety. On Middle, between Hampshire & Franklin Sts. Jas. T. Blunt. Ja2fd3m* Jas. A. Foss. DR. HOPKINS’ Catarrh Troches! Will Cure. Catarrh, Coughs, Colds, Iloarseuess, Bronchitis, and all affections iff the Throat. Public Speakers aad Hingers ase tkeas. Miuistcru, Lawyers, Doctors, Sea Captains, all use them with the best results. Among the hundreds ol thousands who have used them, there Is butene voice an t that of a proval. J hey Invariably pro mote digestion, and relievo kidney Atlections. Just try one box and you wiU he convinced. prepared by E. B. HOPKINS, M. 1 Id W ash lag tea Hirer t, Bastan, Maaa. Te’liolesale Ageuta for Maine,— W. K. PHILLtPrt ft C°., I porUanJ. Nathan Wood, I Sold at JlettU by all DruggiBte. _Jan30 dAw2w* First National Bank of Portland. Hot nvpQ n# *he First Series of Seven “Thirty MteSan hiu the same exchanged for gold bearing^abCper centV'*1 a‘Bauk at commission. , . , . ,n.i *«._ The First Serie3 maturd ** conversion of the Secoud .TJhs ^»«ries can tu*. be e dec ted on favorable terms. _ _ W. E. POVU), Cashier jan2Clm __ Portland St Kennebec Rai.'rpad Co. THE annnal meeting ot the stockholders ot the Portland & Kennebec Railroad Company will be held at the Railroad Depot, in Brunswick, on MONDAY, the llth day of February next, at ten o’clock A. M., tor the following iMiri*kM2S, viz.: 1st. To choose a Chairman ana Secretary. 2d. To hear the reports of the Directors and Treas urer of said Company, and act thereon. 3d* To choose a Board of Directors lor the ensuing year. 4th. To transact such other business as may prop erly be acted on. j. s. CUSHING, Scc’y. Augusia, Jan. 26,1867. Jan28dtd Hope Petroleum company. THE annual meeting ot the stockholders of this Company will be held at No. 332* Congress street, on TUESDAY EVENING, Feb. 12th, at 7 o’clock, for the following purposes, viz.: 1st. To choose officers tor tbc coming year. 2d. To transact any other busim that may legally brought before the moeting. Janz&lul A. M. BUBTOS. Seavt*rj. Portland and Marhi®8 Steamboat Compauy. 4 Special Meeting of the Stock J\- holders of the above named Coni jaiiy w111 be at t,K>ir 1 ***ce ^11 Cwaawcrciasl »t., Port ami, Feb ruary a- » lbd7> at 3 °’cloek **• M > 10r the following if they will accept the “ Act” of the Le g.slaturc changing the name of the Company and fucreasc its capital slock, &c. 2d, to see if they will increase the capital stock ot the company, and to what extent. 3d. to see what changes, If any, they will make In the By-Law* ot the Company. 4th, to transact any other‘business that may le gall) come betore them. WILLIAM ROSS, Clerk. Jan. 30, 1867. jan31 d2w Maine Central Railroad Company. THE stockholders are hereby notified that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Maine Central Railroad Comi»anv. will be held at the Town Hall, In Watervllle, on WEDNESDAY, February 27th, 1867, at 11$ o'clock in the forenoon, to act upoil the following articles, viz 1st. To hear the ref»ortB of the Directors and Treas urer of said Company and net thereon. 2d. To make choice ot a Board of Directors tor the ensuing year. 3d. io »oe if the Company will ratiiy the pledge of the Directors to the Dexter and Newport Railroad Company for the lease of their road when completed. EDWARD T. LITTLE, Clerk. Waterrille, Jan. Iff, 1867, Jtt$N3w AUCTION NALK8. XT. s. Marshal’s Sale. 8tatf9 °r America, I Oistbict of Maine, g*. f P«K?£*to a *end : Expo : to in* directed Unlt«i s£E.,In!,?rab,e E,,w“'1 FOX. Judge OI the nuu-lct ni \ofi,!» ’*i ,ct„Court’ "‘thin and tor tbe *$£ ALSZV&ftSE* tfA5UT"«P following properly and merclumaiM « the uute and place widdii .aid inalrlet, a. lolm™,?!*: UU“ *“d , Am til, formerly occupied by Million A Kmith at ilOLLitf IhMtu, in naul iJuirictVm f»g*t* don V Bebrnary next, ut tee o'ctock A yf h* One Lathe ; one Lathe Bench and ’Lunina 7via. one Board Blatter; one (.rind Move ondiJm-h one dozen Circular Batts; six Bait Shifts■ one Clapboard Machine; one Lath Machine; one Ma chine for making Match Splints; one Pace Blatter ’or planing end if Match Jtlocks; one Machine tor preparing Match Blocks; one Bower eross-tut Saw one Maud Cross Cut Saw; one and one half gross Stamped Matches; ninety-three one cent Lnt. Iiev. Slumps ; all the Shafting and Belting, unstamped Matches. Stotts and other furniture in the Atilt and Mry Mouse, connected therewith, excepting the Alain Sn.yt and Water Wheel and the necessary Belting ter1 Wh‘rjn<> ix,H,lKCUHU the main Shaft with the Wa f,i\U,1.‘“u1c hnvil'U 'ecu decreod forfeit to the t'nit ot il,i“\m,U‘'> *,u,lr‘> t Court, for the said District posed or doming £ *'k* tl,e dla 5>.Pj3j*“'*’tU* twenty-**eond day of Jan rt o „ tHAHLES CLAItK, Jan 22 dlbt S. Marshal, Dtotrlct of Maine. important Hale „f Governmea Vessel. Depot Qpautebmasteh’. omm i Baltimore, Md, .January 30, la&l. I WILL be sold at public auction, at the nort iJ Bhl union), (Ucnderaon’s wharf Baat Balum^iuu on Thunday U M., February a), wi the si* “mjot SIDE-WHEEL STEAMEK, COSMOPOLITAN Of 779 tuns; length, 325 feet; breadth ot beam 31 feet depth ot of hold 13 feet; cylinder, 50 inches, aud 11 teet strode. A rare opportunity is afforded, in the sale of this 'learner, to poisons desiring to purchase a really first-class vessel. She is of light draft, the engine and boiler are In most excellent condition, and tiro hull perllotly sound aud strong. It is believed that for size and built, t he COSMO POLITAN surpasses any vessel hitherto offered by Government tor sale at this port. Terms cash, in Government funds, on day of sale. Further particulars may be learned upon applica tion to the undesigned or to the Auctioneers, Messrs. ADRFoN, THOMAS A CO.. No. 18 South Charles street. By order of the Quartermaster General. A. S. KIMBALL, . Captain and A. Q. M., U, S. A., fe4till Fob27 Depot Quartermaster. j. *s. BAILEY, Auctioneer & Commission Merchant AND APPRAISER, Offico 176 Fore St, &t Mobs. Garter 4 Drosors’ January 7—dtl C. W. HOLMES, AUCTIONEEH, 360 Coogrm Street, ST Sales of any kind of property in tbe City or vi cinity, promptly attended to on the moer lavorable terms. novlSdtt CITY NOTICES. --r-i .. .— ——,-- - Snow to be Removed lVom Foot way or sidewalk. Sect. GO.—The tenant or occnp&nt, and In case there should be no tenant, the owner, or any person having the care of any building or lot of land border ing on any street, lane, court, square or public place within the city where there is any footing or side-' walk, shall, after the ceasing to tall oi any snow, it in tto day tiino, within three hoars, and if in tim night time, before ten of the clock of the forenoon, succeeding, cause such snow to be removed troiu such footway or sidewalk; anu. in default thereoi, shall forfeit and pay a sum not less than two dollars, nor more tiian ten dollars; and lor each and every hour .hereafter that the same shall remain on such foot way or sidewalk, such tenant, occupant, owner, or other person shall forfeit and pay a sum not less tfmn one dollar nor more than ten dollars. Ail persons are hereby notified to govern them solves accordingly, as tbe above ordinance will be en forced. JOHN S. HEALD, dec!8dtfUiy son-seal. MEDICAL ELECTRICITY DR. W. NT DEWING, Medical Electrician^ 174 MIDDLE STREET, Nearly Oppaiile the Calico states Hetel WHKkKho would respectfully announce to citizens ol Tort land and vicinity, that he • permanently located in lifts city. During the three years we have been in this c.ty. we have uured some oi the worst lorius of disease in persons who have tried other forms ol treatment m vain, and curing patients in so short a time that the question is oiuS asked, do they stay cured? To answer this quest for we will say that all that do not stay cured, we doctor the secoud time without charge. 1 Dr. D. ha.-? been a practical Electrician lor twenty# one years, and is also a regular graduated physiciut i Electricity is perfectly adapted to chronic diseases a a the form of nervous or sick huaduche; neuralgia in the head, neck, or extremities; consumption when iu the acute stages or where the lungs are not lull/ involved; acute or chronic rheumatism, scrofula, hip diseases, white swellings, spinal diseases, curvature ol the spine, contracted muscles, distorted limbs, palsy or paralysis, $t. Vitas’Danco. deafness, slam* merrng or hesitancy oi speech, dyspepsia, indiges tion, constipation and liver complaint, piles—wo cure every case that can be presented; asthma, bronchi tis, strictures oi the chest, and all forms of female complaints. By .Electricity The Rheumatic, the gouty, the lame and the laz? leap with joy, and move with the agility and elastic ity of youth; the heated brain Is cooled; the frost bitten limbs restored, the uncouth deformities re moved; faintness converted to vigor, weakness to strength; the blind made to see, the deui to hear and the palsied form to move upright; the blemishes of youth are obliterated; the ▲ociDKKTti of mature hie prevented; the calamities ol old age obviated and an active circulation maintained. LADIES Who have cold haunt and icet; weak stomachs, lam aud weak backs; nervous and siek headache; dtili nes aud swimming lu the heat), with indigestion and couslipatiou of the bowels; pain in the side and back; leucoirhcca, (er whites); tailing ot tbo womb with in ternal cancers; turners, polypus, and all that long train of diseases will hud In hJectricily a sure mean* of cure. For painful menstruation, toe -.aius* menstruation, aud all 01 those long line 01 trouble* with young ladies, Electricity is a certain specific, and will, in a short time, restore the sullsrer to the vigor ot health TEETH 1 TEETHl TEETH I Dr. D. still conttnnes to Extract Teeth by Elkc tbicity WITHOUT faim. Persons havingdecuyid teeth or stomps they wish to have removed fbr reset ting he would give a polite Invitation to oall. Superior Klectko Maouetiu Ma.hikes lor sale lor lain by use, with thorough lnstmn Uous. Dr. D. can accommo<iato s tew patient* with board end treatment at bis bouse. Omc* hours Crow 8 o'clock A. M. to 18 If.; from 1 to * P. M., and 7 to 8 In the eveumg. Consultation Ike*. novltl Paints, Oils Varnishes, &o. FICKETT & CRAY OITPB FOB 8ALB AT TBBJB STOBB, No. 187 For© Street, WHITE LEAD, Foreign and American Zinc, Lin seed Oil, Coach, Furniture and Florence Var nishes, Japan, spirits Turpentine, French Yellow, Venetian l&ed, and a full assounsnt of Paint Stock of every description, Window Glass, sheet Lsad, and Lead Pipe. Agents lor Uardnsr’s celebrated Copper Paint for vessel*/ bottoms. All orders for Painting executed at short notice and satisfactorily. February 1.1867. eodlm Jackson’s Catarrh Snuff! ELEGANT TROCHE aad MVFV Combined lor Coughs, Catarrh,Bronchitis, Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma, Bad Breath, Headache,£c. Instantly relieves annoying Cough* hi Chureli. Cures Catarrhs positively without sneezing. Valuable to Miagers, Clergy, &c., clears and streagtheas the vaice \ acts quickly; tastes pleas antly ; never nauseate**. Prevents taking cold from Skatlag, Lecture* &c. KJT* Sold by Druggiuts or sent by mail Em. lose 35 cts to Hooper, Wilson St Co„ (HplSoo<IUanel8'«T) PHILADELPHIA. ». W. WHIFPLI, Portland, whuleaal* Agt. GAS AND COAL OIL FIXTURES! &. TARBELL & SON, „ ^HOJIFIKLV STHFBT, BOSY?^' MANUFACTURERS AND E*tA.^EKS IN Chandeliers, Brackets, Lamps, &c. GAS FITTING In all Its brancbeo. GAS FTOVM, for Cooking and Heating. CHANDELIERS, LAMPS, Ac., R*-UU ed or Bronzed._noaioodSm INDIA RUBBER GOODS. HAVING been burned ont nt m« r..kk<»> nose ior commuting and hydrant purpose*. Rubber Clothing of every description, Combs, Balls. Toys. (Judersheeiiug for beds in cases of sickness. Rubber Boots and Nhoes, Tubing. Spittoons, Syringes, Gloves and Mittens, Elastic Kings and Bands, Plano Covers, Horse Covers \yith and without hood, Wagon Covers, Air Beds, Pillows, Cushions, and Life Pro servers. Mechanics’ Aprons, Rubber Jewelry, ot beauulul patters, and all kinds of Kubbt r Goods that may be desired, all of which 1 will sell at manufac turers lowest prices. Please forward your orders for the present to H. A. HALL, jul ISeodtf Hh Milk street, Boston. NEW GOODS! P. B. FROST, Merchant Tailor, 3351-2 Congress Street, Hoi Just received * line lot ot PALL GOODS Stilt aide tor tlic sonwm, which trill l<o Bind, np IB tbo most tborongh manner wptlO—oo»T jaTJBrsry stylo of Job work nsatiy »*ocut»d M