Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, February 16, 1867, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated February 16, 1867 Page 4
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Poetry. A Tragic Story. 11V WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKEBY* There lived a sage in days of yore, And ho u handsome pigtail wore; But wondered much surd sorrowed more, Because it hung behind him. Uo mused upon his curious case, And swore ho*d change the pigtail’s place, And have it hanging at his lace; Not dangling there behind him. Says lie, ‘’The mystery I’ve foundI j n(1 1‘11 tom me round. Ilo turned Inn Uttt still it lmng behind him Then round and round, ami ,u’ All day the puzzled sage <«« «£•” ’ In vain—it mattered |»i * . ( The pigtail hung behind him. . . , , . ..»»» and round about, 'Vn’j V.8» ,d down ’and in ami on., Hetum“ f hut still the pigtail stunt Hang steadily behmd him. And though his efioits never slacl, • And though lie twist and twirl uuu t ick, Alas; still iniVhlid to his back. The pigtail hangs behind him. A Mpnuiab Tile Factory. A correspondent of the New York Evening Post, writing Irom Valencia in Spain, over tlie familiar initials, “YV. C. B.", gives tbe fol lowing pleasant description of a Spanish man ufactory : I went out, while at Valencia, to the little village of Miliuna, to see a manufactory of tiles. Ail English inventor of the name of Minton,in Lancashire, has discovered a meth od of making tiles without wetting the clay, which is merely reduced to a tine powder, tlicu pressed iulu a mould and afterward* bak ed in a strong beat. The invention lias lately been introduced into Sjxiiu by Senor Nolla. In company with a Spanish Incnd 1 took a tmrtaua, as the public vehicles here are called, and going out at one ol the easteru gates ol tlie city, crossed the ri er Guadalaviar, or, as it is most commonly called, tlie Turia. it was a day of brilliant siinsliiue, such as had been almost every day since we reached the south of France. As we entered the unpaved high way we iierceived that a row of locust trees by wbicb it was landered—lor this tree of our forests lias been naturalized under the uame of acacia over all Southern Europe—were so loaded with the tine white dust from the road, that they looked very much like the leafless trees in our couuLry when eveiy branch is cov ered and every tw ig is drooping with snow which has just fallen through a perfectly still atmosphere- This etl'ccl was owing to tbe ex treme dryness of the season. Scarcely inure rain falls in a season at Valencia than in Egypt. For more than two months there had not fallen even a shower. But dry as the season bad been, the extern sive region surrounding the city, a perlectgar den, with the soil colored like the brightest red brick dust, named the Huerta tic Illicit ciu, was as fresh as in spring, with tlie excep tion of the leafless mulberry and tig-trees, and a lew other truit trees. The long str ipes ot cultivated laud were green with lupines, YYindsor lieaus, the Spanish clover, liarley, wheat and other crops in various stages ol growth. Here aud there were little orchards of oranges, with the bright truit glowing among the green leaves, dusters of palm trees, from which we had fresh dates every morning, olive groves aud great leutisks, with light green shoots among tlie dark foliage, preparing for tlie season of blossoms in early spring. Here l lie liberal Earth is taxed to her utmost productiveness, ami never suliercd to resl. As lust as one crop, hastened in Alien ing by tlie almost perpetual sunshine, is taken ott, another is put ill, and thus the region be comes one of the most lerlile of tbe globe.— The secret of this productiveness lies in the caretul irrigation which is given to the soil, and which the Mauritanian colonists,when they took possession ot tlie country, reduced to a system now as carefully observed as in their time. Thousands of canals, diverted from tbe Guadalaviar, moisten tbe ground over tbe whole of this extensive plain; the larger currents branch into an infinity of smaller ones; every field lift its rill of water running beside it, which is stopped and sent in another direction the moment the soil is sufficiently saturated. The larger currents, where the descent is considerable, arc made to turn mills and griud to dour the grain which is raised on their banks, in this way tlie volume ol water wt.icb passes to the sea through the Guadalaviar at this season is so diminished, lliat only a model ate-sized brook is left, along tbe winding course of which, as it passes under its massive bridges, the wash erwomen of the city arc seen at all hours rub burg their iineu arid slapping it on the broad fctoues that line tlie slender current. We reached Mihaua alter a journey otsonie wlrat more than one hour- through this rich regiou. The manufactory was a long build ing, surrounding a parallelogram planted with orauge trees, under whieli lizards were slip ping about iu the sunshine. In this building agreat number of persons are employed, most ly women, who come from the cottages and hamlets in the neigbltorhood. The clay ol which the tiles are made is lirst reduced to an impalpable powder iu the mill tinned by the little streams diverted from the river. It is then, iu a jierieetiy dry slate, put into small moulds, and by a screw, such as is used to stamp seals on official documents, is subjected to a moderate pressure. When taken from the mould ifs surface lias all the polish and and smoothness of glass. A hoy or girl re ceives it from the mould and brushes oil the powdered clay adheiing to it, and it is theu placed iu a warm room to dry. Alter remain ing awhile it is transferred to a furnace or oveu, where it is baked tin two or three days, and the process is complete. Jt is then so hard that it will scratch glass. Iu one part of the enclosure stood thed well ing of the proprietor, glittering wit h tiles, both within and witiiout. The younger Mr. Nolla, who had been educated ill .Switzerland, show ed us over it. Its rooms were Doored with tiles, the walls were laced with tiles, the staii eases were laid in tiles, the tool was covered with tiles. "We have the best material in the world lor making them,” said Mr. Nolla, and we can make them ehea|ier than they can he made in England.” They are of as line a quality and of as great strength as I could well conceive them to be. Era ill the roof of the dwelling wc had a fine view of the gardeu of Valencia, the city itself and the Mediterranean to the east. Looking a little to the southeast, we saw where the water diverted trom the river, after serving the purpose of irrigation, stagnates inio the lake Abulfera, the resort of inuimierahle wild fowl of a vast variety ol species, aud no less noted tor the clouds of mosquitos which rise trom it in summer. In some parts of the huertu, particularly near the lake, intermit tent levers prevail, and the sickly aspect ol many of the women w’toiii I saw at work iu the manufactory seemed to attest the un hcaltliiuess of tin- ncighhorho d. The Valen cian Cabinet of Natural History is enriched wjfti hundreds of specimens trom the shores ot the broad sheet of water which we saw glimmering in the distance. Inii 11 lii iu HiaOwu Trap. Once two ministers of the gospel were con versing on extemporaneous preaching: “Well,” said the old divine, waxing warm “you are ruining joursel! by writing your ser mons and reading them off. Voureongregntioi cannot, become interested in your preaching and it you were called upon to preach unex pectedly, unless you could gel hold of an ohl sermon, you would he completely confused ” The young man used all his eloquence, hul in vain, toconvince the old gentlemen tliuttht written sermons expressed Ids own thoughts and leelingsguid if called upon he could prca. li extemporaneously. “As we are ol the same faith,'’ said the young minister, suppose y ou try me next Sab bath morning. On ascending the pulpit you can hand me a text trom any part ol the Bible, and 1 will convince you that l ean preach without having looked at the text before 1 stood up. Likewise, 1 must be allowed the ?auie privilege with you, and see wlio will make the best of it. ’ The idea seemed to delight the old gentle mau, aud it was immediately agreed upon. lhe loilovi mg Sabbath, on mountin'’ the pulpit, ins senior brother handed him a Jin ol paper, on which was written ; ‘And the ass opened his mouth and spake;’ horn which he preached a glorious sermon, chaining the at tention ol his delighted hearers, and charming his old friends with his eloquence. iu the afternoon, the young brother, who was sitting below the pulpit, handed his slip After rising and opening the Bible, the obi nun looked sadly round—“Am 1 not thine ass?” Pausing a few miuutes, he ran ids lin ger through his hair, straightened his collar, blew his nose like the last trumpet, and read aloud “Aiu I not tliiue ass?” Another pause, iu which a deadly silence reigned. After reading the third time—“Am 1 not thine ass?” be looked over the pulpit at his friend, and in a doleful voice, said—'1 think l urn, brother.'' Niobe.—At the Connecticut Democratic Convention, Mr. Uammcrsiey addressed the meeting “in pathetic tones," painting the “wrongs that were being indicted on the Southern people,” and closing by indicatin'’ that through the action of the “nobleold Dene ocratic party" the nation was to he saved The report says : “His remarks caused many of the delegales to weep freely, and lor a lew moments the con vention presented a scene of great grief.” Tbe noble cld Democratic party acts, in its second childhood, like Tennyson’s objectiona ble baby— “All iiilimt crying iu the night, An intant ( .'Vine fur the light, That has no lauguage hut aery.” a vt-y soft-hearted jiersou might feel a gry crowd of lptr^ty contemplating this bun Ol ottkv HUl'!“.l^l'uUtj)aU. .. and console them with xi • , line: w 1 w°ores immortal “Pour| hocks, Bata ... . Well may you wee,, i,,r bourn laicals for buucouie you Stitti“ i > hat Urn trail or the serpent u 0SJJ‘ •■hern -M. W in JV. Y. Eoenuuj pZ Orist Mill—Deering’g Brldpe, P<Si?^E~^0,,\?,ninK 3 Run o^Dnw-oae for * I 5“ J’ I1,! ‘ Al,""’ Elevators for Corn Oil Sail. All In good running order anil nowin ,0015 dtt E1»W. H. BUKG1N, MEI>lt’AL._ The Eye, Ear, Catarrh -- AND - throat. «<•> —1 ^ <y- //./UiV.ww Mrs. Manchester THE INUKHENUliNT CLAIR VOYANTt AND Eclectic Ph ysician l Prom 618 Broadway, New York, lias returned to Portland, and can be consulted at her rooms at the Preble House. Certificate* *f Cures. This is to certify that I have been cured of Catarrh in the worst form, by Mrs. Manchester. 1 have been to New York and Boston, have paid out large sums of money, and w as never beuehtfcgl, but iu most all cas es made worse. 1 saw Mrs. M. in June. She told me my case was a bail one, the lubes in the throat and upper parts of tlie lungs had become very much at lected, all of which 1 knew was the ease. 1 com menced taking her medicine in June, and cau truly say that 1 am now a well man. 1 am a trader, and in the habit of talking a great, deal, and her curiug me will l»e the means of hundreds of dollars in. my pock ets, as now 1 can talk without hurling me. tio and consult her, and you will be perfectly satisfied. S. H. STEPHENS, Belfast, Me. Bangor, Mav 15,1866. Mbs. Manchester—Dear Madam:— When you were in Bangor last summer, 1 called to see you with a child of mine that hail lieon sick lor lour years. 1 h.ul taken her to a number of physicians, and none could tell what ailed her or oven her symptoms. You examined her case, and told me exactly her symp toms from the commencement of her sirkucss, which were very |>eculiar; also told me that there was something alive in her, and also said there was a num ber of them, and told me that she drank them from a rain-water cistern. You said that you would not warrant a cure, hut would try anjl do the best you could lor her. She commenced taking your medicine in August last, and from that time until December, the child has passed off large quantities of what we call Tadooles, from rain-water, and 1 think, and am certain that the child must have died hail it not been tor you. And 1 ail vise everybody to see Mrs. Man chester, for 1 know that she has the power of know ing the condition of a person diseased better than any peysit i&u thut 1 have ever heard of. My child is now perfectly l»ealthy. Please have this published, and let the world know that there is one who practises what they profess to. Very truly and gratcftillv yours, Ukokuk E. Martin. fobodtt Mary L. Martin. DR. LAROOKAH’S ■ Pulmonic Syrup. FOB THE CUKE OF troughs, Cold , Whooping Cough, Croup, Asthma, Catarrh, influenza, Bronchitis, Spitting of Blood, iltiirisy, Inflammation of the Lungs or chest, Tain in the Hide, Night Sweats, Hoarseness, Consumption in its early stages, and ail Diseases ol the Throat and Lungs. Tins remedy is too well known and too highly es teemed to require commendation here. It is regard ed u necessitv in every household, and is heartily endorsed by the medical laeulty, clergymen of every denomination, mothers, editors, members of Con gress, ami many of our most distinguished men m public aud private life. Goughs, Golds, Sore Throats, &c. Letter from Hon. 1), W. Gooch, Member of Congress Massachusetts. Melrose, July 19,18C5. Dr. K. K. Knights—Doar Sir: 1 have used Dr. Larookali’s Syrup in my family lor six years, aud have found it an excellent remedy lor Coughs, Colds, Sore Throats, and all Consumptive Complaints, &c. 1 have recommended it to several friends, who have received great beiiolit from its use. Letter from a well known lloston hruugisi of twenty years experience, and Steward qf Hanover Street M. E. Church: Dos ton , March a, ihuo. Dr. K. K. Knights: Having used LA HOOKAH’S PULMONIC SYRUP myself aud in my family lor t he past six years, I am nrepared to say dial it is su perior to any medicine I have ever known, ibi the positive cure of Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, and all similar complaints. As 1 hike cold very easily, 1 have had great opportunity to test the virtues o* this valuable remedy, and it has never failed me yet, however violent the disease. Having been in the Drug business for over 20 years, 1 have had good opportunities of knowing the virtues ot the various medicines sold, and pronounce LA ROOK AH'S SY RUP, the best of any ar ticle ever presented to the public. Yours, W. K. BOWEN, 8G Hanover St. CROUP. Mus. J. R. Bujisih, 114 Hast 23<ISt., N. V, writes Oil. », IS64: -muring last n inter tlnee >it myuliil dren Were attacked with Croup, arid lioin the violence ol the symptoms, they were pronounced to be in much danger. At the instance of our pastor, Rev. Mi. Stiles, i tried Laroofcub’s Pulmonic Syrup, which promptly relieved them, and in a very short time they eulirely recovered, in gratitude lor the benefit conferred, i cannot retrain from making this testimony public.” WHOOPING COUGII. K. W. Mayer, of Carleton, N. 11., write* Dec. 7, 1850: “My son, live years old, wnsntew months since suffering greatly from WHOOPING C< »UGH. 1 nev er saw a mote distressing case. 1 gave him Laroo kah’s Pulmonic Svi up according lo directions and soon began to sec improvement. 'Jim Cough became easier -the expectoi alien IVeer, and in two weeks the malady was entirely overcome.” BRONCHITIS ANO CATARRn. A. W. HARRIS, writes from whale ship “Eldorado,” March 11, 1880: “Having sulfered lor tour years with Bronchitis and Catarrh iu their most aggravat ing forms, I feel it my duty to state that 1 have been permanently cured bg the use of ijarookuh’s Pul monic Syrup. 1 had paid large sums to physicians and for so calleiI Catarrh Remedies, hut until 1 used the Syrup I experienced no relief.” SPITTING OF BLOOD, PLEURISY, INFLATION OF THE LUNGS, PAIN IN THE SIDE, NIGHT SWEATS. HOARSENESS, Ac. From Rev. B. F. Bowles, Manchester, N. H.: “The bottle ol Dr. Larookah's Pulmonic Syrup, you so kindly sent me, has beeu tried for Hoarseness, with very good results; lor this 1 would csulideutly re commend it.” From Rev. L. A. Lampugr, North Hero, VL: “I have used Larookah’s Syrup, and feel under obliga tion frankly to acknowledge iis excellency. While using your Syrup I have enjoyed letter health than 1 had enjoyed for years. I have had slight attacks of hoarseness, but the Syrup would soon remove it. 1 hud it is a mild and sate remedy also iu Spasmodic Bdious attacks to which I aiu constitutionally sub ject.” E. W. Field. Esq., writes from Virginia City, Colorado, March II, lKiiJ: “I feel very grateful for having Larookah’s Pulmonic Syrup near me, my lungs being weak and demanding jhe most vigilant care. 1 believe the Syrup the surest remedy lor Pul monary Complaints that has ever been made avail able to the afflicted.” CONSUMPTION Wonderful cure of a Child Two and a Half YearsOLD. Gouts:—Aly grandchild, a little gill ol 2 12 years old, was taken sick in Portland, Me., in Janiuiry, 185a. No one could tell what was the mat ter with her. But she was much pressed for breath; ha<I a hard, tight cough; could not raise; her ihroat troubled her greatly; she seemed to be tliliug up, aud though attended by the best physicians in Port land, they could not help her and she declined; ami lor some three mouths was not expected to live. Her doctors and at length her iViends gave up ail hopes of her recovery. She was brought home to my house in Phipsburg, Me. We tried Cod Liver Oil, but the elici t seemed rather opposite Iroin good. She now could not move her hand, so reduced was alic. 1 was taking Larookah’s Syrup at the time, and commenc ed giving it to her and in a week she showed quite a change tor the better, aud we continued giving it to her. She gradually improved, and is now a pertect ly healthy child. People were astonished to see what effect the medicine had on this child, and to sec her got well by the use of Larookah’s Syrup, which we believe to be the best medicine lor Pulmouarv Coin plaints in the world. Yours, H. LAB A BEE, Pldpsburg, Me. Space will permit the publication of but a titho of the certificates w hich are constantly coining in from all quarters of the globe. Patients will find the most conclusive evidence of the value of this remedy, in a trial of it, which will cost but a trifle, and which may yield priceless results. Large bottles $1.00—medium size 60 cents. Pre pared by E. It. KNIGHTS, M. I>.,Chemist, Melrose, Mass., and sold by all druggists. Sold by W. K Phillips Si Co., W. W. Whipple & Co., J. W. Perkins & Co., Portland; George C. Goodwin & Co., Boston, aud by all Druggists nmj Merchants.do28ood&wif A GREAT RUSH -AT F. M. FROST’S, -FOB BARGAINS! NO BIG PROFITS, NO DULL TRADE But Crowdn ot Cusloincr Wlio are receiving Blessings by buying Goods Cheap Blankets at Old Prices l Only $4,00 per pair. Fancy Shirting Flannels! ONI.V 30c PER YARD. Good American Prints. 1 Shilling pr. yd. Bleached and Brown Cottons, AT LOW PRICES! Thibets, Shawls, Cloaking's, Beav ers, Poplins. Drc«M Ooodn «f nil Descriptions. WOOLEN GOODS FOR men & BOV'S WEAR! AI1 01 the above Goods w ill bo ottered at a GREAT REDUCTION from regular rates. Remember t !No. 4 Deeriii» Bloelc. Der*-d*wtf RENTI.ERE1V UTNHIKR Clothing Cleansed ! AND REPAIRED, Cannot ttntl a place where it can t,e done more to their satisfaction than at 0 No. 20 Temple Street, Second Boor from Congress st. mf5tenIton.Gan,“nt t‘U1 receivu Pro“P‘ "*<1 foith Ludies’ Sneqnes I CLEANSED IN FIRST CLASS STVLEf Hr Oive me a trial and I will endeavor to,,lease. CHARLES H. HAnONEV. Nov 21 P"*0 P^'1 tor Clothing. MH. REDD*, • MERCHANT TAILOR. AN1* i*k*uck in GENTS’ KH RN ISli INC GOODS No. 107 EEDERAI, STREET. Woliaveiu store one of the finest ENGI.ISH, GERMAN FRENCH oo.iTn.'mkSti < EOTH.s, CAssiMEUEN, -*•■., that can l„, louSl in i 01 Hand. These goods have been selected with meat ‘•are and especially adapted; to the fashionable trade and at prices that cannot tail to please, and all goods thoroughly shrunk and satisfaction guaranteed. A call is respectfully solicited. Thankful toftionds for j»ast patronage, hoping to merit a continuance of the same. janikltf M. H. REDDY, Proprietor. EOR SALE. ONE high pressure, horizontal Sfrnm Kngine, with Cylinder 1C inches diameter, 44 inch stroke ■“iron l*e«l and heavy fly wheel. Two flue Boilers 40 in. diameter,30 feet lung with two flues in each 13 ***• ‘diameter. The whole is complete in all its parts, ana in good order, and will lie sold at a bargain. Apply to T. H. WESTON, p,,rf. , & , Ur tlie Porilasd Company. Portland, F$b, 2, 1867, feb5 d3Qd ed MERCHANDISE. New Trinidad Molasses! 254 1111us. )Nbw tehudajj mo 13 TIKBl'Esj LASSES, cargo ot Brig 10 UBI.S. ) ‘‘Frank E. Allen. For Bale by ^EO. S. HUNT, feb2d3w 111 Commercial Street. \ i; \\ TAMARINDS. IvEtrS new TAMARINDS! - AT— OWEN & DAUBER’S, Feb 7—:12w No 13 lirebauge St. Lumber. i Dry pine for Immediately use 1UU| Vr UUalso .Sjiruce, hemlock and I>i“_ dimension on baud or Hawed lo order at Ol Com mcrciul HI. Feb7dtl L. TAkl.OU. LUMBER, Wholesale ami Retail. BOAEDS. Plank, Shingles andScanUingol all sires constantly on hand. Building material sawed °nlcr. IbAAC I'll'ait. augllti No. uj Union TV hart. lumber X All kinds of SPRUCE LUJBRER, AND RETAIL. Frames and Dimension Lumber sawed to order at short notice. Clapboards, Shingles and Laths. PERKINS, JACKSON A CO., High Street Whart, 302 Commercial, janhltf foot of High street. COAL ! COAL ! Coal for Ranges Furnaces, —AND— PARLOR STOVES, At Low Rate* for Cash. A small lot of NICE BLACKSMITH’S COAL. HiO TON* LUMP IjEIUCH. Also a lot of DRY SLAB WOOD, sawed in stove length, delivered in any part of the city, at $8 per cord. PERKIN*, JAIKMON A 1 O., High Street Wharf, 302 Commercial, jan4dtf Foot of High street. $8. CHEA P COAL l $8. WE can now offer nice C'UEHTNVT COAI. at Ifei.UO pei tun, delivered at any part of the city. Alsu tor sale at the lowest market price,, Old Co. Lehigh, SUGAR LOAF LEHIGH, For Furnace*. For Ranges and Cook Stoves, John’* White Atth, Diamond, Red A*h, which are free of all impurities and very nice. Also Cumberland ! A cargo just lauded, fresh mined, fur Blacksmith use. Lehigh Lump, for Foundry Use! ft We keep constantly on hand a lull assortment ol Choice Family Coal. Those wishing to pur chase large lots will do well to give us a call before purchasing. 11A11D AND SOFT WOOD Delivered at any part of the city at short notice. Kamlall, McAllister & Co., No. GO COMMERCIAL ST., 0c25dtt H Hod «»1 Maine Wharf. Southern Pine. ABOUT 140 M very superior Flooring and Step Boards now lauding at Custom House Wharf, and for sale in lots to suit purchasers. Apply to C. M. DAVIS & CO., lit Commercial street. Portland, Nov 21, 1806. nov22dtf Coni, Coal, Coal. JUST RECEIVED and tor sale by the undersigned at their Wharf, Cor. Franklin Wharf & Commercial St., 275 Tons llazclloit Lehigh, BROKEN AND EGO SIZE. 300 TONS LOCUST MOUNTAIN EGG AND STOVE SIZE. 300 TONS LOBERY, Free burning and VERY PURE, and all kinds White and Ked Asli Coal. Them* Coals are ot the very best quality, and war anted to give satisfaction. Alsu, UK) cords ol best quality of HARD rind SOFT WOOD, which we will sell at the very lowest price urn! deliver it to any part ol the city at short, notice. M/ Hive us a call and try us. S. BOUNDS & SON. Jan 15tli—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 &. DAVIS April 17—dtf 161 Commercial St. Saint Louis Flour II C1IIOICR New Wheat Family Floor oi the most i celebrated brands. T. Ilarrisvii A Co., Plants. Cattle, Brilliant XXX, Dictator, Tropical, Amaranto, Whitmore, FOE SALE BY Churchill, Browns & Munson aug7dtf Trinidad Molasses. A 1IHDS. PRIME QUALITY TRINIDAD -LtJU MOLASSES for sale by LYN€U, BARKRB A CO., nov23dtf 139 Commercial Street. Crossman's Polish, Crossman's Polish. Crossman’s Union Furniture Polish! flNHE best in tbc world lor Polishing Mahogany, 1 Walnut. Stair-Posts, Kails, Counters, or anj kind of Furniture. This Polish has been used by Mi Crossman for tlie last twenty years, giving pevlirt sat isfaction to all. II is warranted to stand a tempera ture of two bundled dogs, of heat, and is not other wise easily defaced. Furniture polished with it will beperfeetly dry and ready for use in live minutes al ter the Polish is put on. Price Seventy-Five and Fit ly Cts. per bottle; anyone can use it by following the Directions on tlic bottle. Reference—Messrs C. &X. Frost,Cap! Inman.USA. Mi ssrs. Bleed a Tukey, Benj Stevens, Jr., Win. Alien, N. M. Woodman. For sale l»v Burgess, Fobes & Co, W. F. Phillips & Co., H. II. Hay & Co, Samuel Roll, H. W. & A. Decring. Mauuiactory 376 Congress st, up stairs, opposite head of Green st. S.C. RIGGS, Agent, dec28dttPortland, Maine. AT THE OLD STANDI OWEN A BARBER, W holesale Dealers in Foreign & Domestic Fruit, X’axicy Groceries, Green, Dried and Canned Fruits, Pickles, Confectionery, Tobacco, Ciffai-s, Nuts, DATES, &c., Jam s and Jellies, Pure Spices, Lemon Syrups, Extracts. No. 13 Exchange Ht., PORTLAND, ME. F„b7—d2w _ GAS AND COAL OIL FIXTURES ! E. TARBELL & SON, No. II HKOlUFIiaa.n NTRRB'r, BOSTON , MANUFACTURERS AND DEALER ;S EN Chandeliers, Brackets, Lamj ts, &c. «A8 FITTI1W4 in all its bran. I« B. I»AH NTOVR9), liir t.'-yoking ami I! eating. <11 ANOKI.IKRS, I.AMFN., At., Ko-GUl i‘d ui lir.m/eij. iio21cod3ni MI8S HE W A. EE, WILL Ut VE LBS £0X8 IIC. Lead Pencil and Crayon Drawing And also instruct olassoj id J>esigii, alter Dr. 1 Congress Street, six do* Entrance through the • A_ Apply every do ,y hot Saturday, ja30dtf WWOELUJfEOlS, BAY STATE LUMBER I> E I» O T , Office, No. 441 Tremont St., Boston. v™l*nea,hw?In oonaeoluMi with theirwell-Wnown "Bav state Mmnns Manit ED UA1U> \vui)lis"" ^' yar',„lur Jhe I'uroluwe anil Lumber, giving especial atlcutiuu to SEASON e.d hauu >\ UODb abu now oiler tor sale a large awl well-selected .block ot‘ Black Hal nut, Cedar, Cherry, Oak, Ash, Maple, Sycamore, Chestnut, Butternut, IFhileivood, die. Tn Boards, Plank. Joist, &c., to which they respectfully invite the attention of purchasers. Also common and Bard Pine, all qualities, rough or dressed for Floors, Sheathing, Ac. Spruce Floor Boards worked and kiln-dried, ready tbr immediate use. ’ 1 t6e wants Builders are unsurpassed, aud parties at a distance ordering by mail, b> giving reliable reference, can depend upon having their orders ill led in a satisfactory manner— thus saviug the time and excuse of a visit to the city. Bosewood Veneers, Slabs and Logs of any desired quality, at less than New York price*. Pnce List oi Mouldings, Lumber, Doors, Brackets, Ac., furnished on application. Address orders and communication* to _ , JOSEPH F. PAUL A CO. Nov -9—end3m s T BAM REFINED SOAPS! eeathe~& gore, STEAM REFINED SOAPS, -Viz: EXTRA, FAMILY, NO. 1, OLEINE, CHEMICAL OLIVE, CRANE’S PATENT, SODA, AN1) AMERICAN CASTILE, All oi SUPERIOR QUALITIES, in packages suita ble lor the trade and family use. Importing direct our chemicals, and using only the best materials, and as our goods are manufactured under ihe personal supervision of our senior partner, who has had thirty years practical cxi>erience in the business, we therefore assure the public with con dence that we oak and will furnish the Best Goods at the Lowest Frioes! Having recently enlarged and erected NEW WORKS, eontaing all the'modem improvements, we are enabled to furnish a supply oi Stuapn of the Heal Qualities*, adapted to the demand, for Ex port and Doaueatic Cou* unapt ioai. LEATHE A GORE’S STEAM REFINED SOAPS I SOLD BY ALL THE Wholesale Grocers Throughout the Slate. Leatlie & Gore, 39? Commercial St, 47 & 49 Bcarh Street, PORTLAND, MAINS. March 20—dtt New Store, New Goods. EVAXS &~BAYLEY, Nos. 1 & 2 Free Street Block, WILL Ol'EN MONDAY, Jan. l Atli, a new and complete assortment oi FURNITURE, Crockery, Glass and Silver Elated Ware, Bedding:, Upholstery Goods, and a first class stock of DOUSE FURNISHING ARTICLES of every description. By a strict attention to business and the wants ol their customers, they arc in hopes to merit a lair share of the patronage of the public. An inspection of our slock aud prices is respect fully invited. Wardrooms Nog. 1 &, 2 Free Street Block. E NS & BAVI.EV. Portland, Ja 12,1807. janlldtl K1IN li’W Vegetable Ambrosia —FOK— GRAY HAIR. This is the Ambrosia that King made. This is the Cure that lav lu the Ambrosia that Ring made. t Tills is the Man who was bald and gray, Who in w has raven locks, they say. lie used the Cure that lay In the Ambrosia that Ring made. i This is tlio Maiden, handsome and gay, Who married tlio man once bald and ' gray, Who now lias raven locks, they say. I lie used the Ambrosia that King made. This is the Parson, who, by tlie wav, Married the maiden, handsome and fay, ie man once bald and gray, s But who now has raven locks, they say, | Because he used the Cure that lay In the Ambrosia that King made. • This is the Bell that rings away >To arouse the |»eoi»ie sad and gay PUnto this tact, which here does lay— //' if ou would not be bald or gray, Use the Ambrosia that lliny made. E, M. TUBB8 4s CO, Proprietors, Pelcrboro’, N. Iff* .7. W. PERKINS Ac CO., Ifcbl 8C COMMERCIAL ST, PORTLAND. eod3iu Daily Press Job Office, 179 Commercial Street. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF ROOK, CURD, k JOR PRINTING, Executed with Neatness and Despatch. Having completely refurnished our office since the Great Fite, with all kinds of New Material, Presses, <&c.. we are prepared on the short est possible notice to accommodate our friends and the public with Posters, Programmes, BILL-HEADS, CIRCULARS, Cards, Tays, Blanks, Labels, Ami every description ot Mercantile JPrinting-. We have superior facilities for the execution ot BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, Catalogues, &c., Winch tor neatness and dispatch cannot l>e surpassed BQT* Orders from the country solicited, to which prompt attention will be paid. Daily Press Job Oflice 179 Commercial St., Portland, N. A. FOSTER, PROPRIETOR Flour, Meal, Ac. BBLS. Baltimore Family Flour, loo Baltimore extra Hour. 15 “ Kye Flour. 10 “ Buckwheat. -0 half bbls. Buckwheat. 40 bids, superior new Oat Meal. 425 “ kilu dried Meal. 10 “ superior White Meal (lor table use). 1000 lbs. butter, &c., &eM in store and just re ceived, for sale by CHASE BROTHERS, jauGST&Ttf HEAD LONG WHAKF. LOWELL & SENTER, They have rcoccupied their nl.l .im.l IV.. <14 K* lax; j, tow.—turn A GOOD STOCK OF Clothing and Furnishing Goods BX>K. SALK, WITH STORK TO LET. Inquire at 317 CONGRESS STREET. febll d2w A New Place Just Open l WHERE you can buy real French CALF SKINS and Philippe and Canaud’i SAKiHNES. just received tram Pans, now in bond, and lor sale in lots to suit customers by II. PEYBET, once tnr Hie Fi.h market haigdBm*_VKUEHAI, mtberi . New Store—Junt Open. BLUNT At FOSS, DEALERS IN Buildora Hardware,Nails,Glass,Woodm Ware DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS, and CARPEN TERS’ TOOLS in Great Variety. On Middle* Itetween Hampshire & Franklin Sts. Jas. pt Blunt. ja24d3m* Jas. A, Foss, A CAR r> . THE niidcrsigned having REMOVED lrom Ware’s Hall, will OPEN THIS DAY THEIR NEW STORE Wo. 3 Free St. Itlock, And would invito the attention of Ihc Clothing, Tailoring & Dry Goods

Trade to their Large and well Assorted New Stock — of — Foreign & Domestic Woolens, Tailors’ Trimmings, —AND— Gentlemen’s Furnishing Goods! Puroliased the past week for Cash, which will he ottered to the trade at the lawest marker prices. Soliciting your patronage, we remaiu Yours Very Truly, CHADBOURN & KENDALL. January 15, 1867. Clot him/ Cleansed and Repaired BY WILLIAM BROWN, formerly at 01 Federal street, is now located at his new store No 64 Fed eral st, a tew doors below Lime street, will attend vo his usual business ot Cleansing ami Repairing Clothing of all kinds with his usual promptness. f#_’Second-hand Clothing tor sale at fair prices. Jan 8—dtt SHORT & TORINO, Booksellers & Stationers, 31 Free, Corner Center Street*, Have on hand a lull supply ot Law, School, Miscellaneous and Blank Books. Stationery of all kind*. Cash, Post Office and Envelope Oases, Let’ ter Presses, Pen Backs, &c. Wc have just received lrom New York a lull supply ol PAPER HANGINGS, tar n ew Patterns and Choice Styles. DRAW1NO PAPER OF AI,L SIXES. 83P"Glve us a call. Short A' I.oring, jy30dtt 31 Fice, Corner of Center Street. J. & C. J. BAR BO UR, Manufacturers and Retailers of Boots, Shoes and Rubbers, NO. 8 EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND, 191E. LadicH’ and Iflisseu’ Serge and Calf Bools. Ifleu’M Flue Calf and Thick Book Boy*’, YouiIin’ and Children’ll Boot* and Shorn. Rubber Boot* and Shoe** of all kiudu. OAK AND HEMLOCK BELTING. LACE LEATHER. MOI.ANSRN HUHii, KNGIJVK HONK UUBBEU BELTING, UUBBKU PAULING. Rubber doibing, Rubber Harm. JOHN BARBOUR. C. J. BARBOUR. E. R. BARBOUR. nov‘,’6 <111 $ioo. $ioo. H A R CLAIM OFFICE. Patterson &. ClmtU.oiifiM*. Nlorton Block, 2 doors above Preble House. fl'iHE new Bounties, under the law approved duly 1 28th, 186*;, Increase, of Pensions, Arrears of Pay Prize Money, and all other claims against the <iov* eminent, collected at short notice. The necessary blanks hare been received, and claim ants should tile their claims promptly. Frank G. Patterson, late Lieut. 5th. Me. Vols. Pa01. Chadbourne, late Maj. 1st Me. Cav. OctlG-dtf n CLOO KN ! Calendar Clocks, Howards Clocks, Office and Bank Clocks, Gallery Clocks, Parlor, and All Kinds of Clocks. 64 EXCHANGE STREET, LOWELL At SENTER. Portland Jan. 17tli, 1867. d6m FRANK ABORN, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER! NO. 1 FREE STREET BLOCK. A large assortment of CLOCKS of all kinds Watches, Spectacle** and Thermometers constantly on hand. Repairing in all its branches punctually attended to, and work guaranteed to be faithfully performed. ] All articles sold warranted lobe as represented. A lair share of the patronage of tJUe public is re spectfully solicited. Portland. Jan. 14, 18C7. dtt H. W. SIHONTON & CO., 349 Congress St., Up Stairs. Fancy Linen Callnrx 15c. Tucked do. *Oc, Cloud**, §7c. Pebbled C louds $1.35. Shetland Veils 50 and 75 els. ffiF* Worsted Goods at Reduced Prices ja‘J4dtf A. G. SC H LOTT l.U liECK ,i CO, Apothecaries & Chemists, 303 Congress St* one door above Brown, POBTIiAND, INK. Compounding Physioiana Prescriptions Is one of our Specialities. Using Preparations of our own manuutaeturc, we are able to vouch lor their purity. We also keep on hand a Hill supply of LUBIN’S EXTRACTS, ROW DI R and S<»AP, FANCY GOi)DS, Toilet Articles, Reed’s Liquid Dye Colors, Wil on’s Herbs, Mar.-h’s Celebrated Trusses and Supporters, Patent Medicines, Hair Restorers, Ci gars Tobacco, Arti**!**’ Material**, Ac., Ac. Jan 12—(12m A NO. 1 SPOOL COTTON ! 7 CENTS A STOOL l - AT - BAVIN & CO.’N. Janl _ dtl CHRISTMAS -AND NEW YEAR’S. AS THE HOLIDAYS ARE APPROACHING I*. NX. FRONT Has a fresh Stock ot | Kiel Grloyes To Offer ot Low Trices l 500 Pra. «f TmImrw, ■* «»lT- 91,50 500 Pra. of Clolhilde, at only 1 !oo No. 4 Decrini; Block, COUGREDS NTKEET. _l)ec 22—d&wtt RO IU S 1 A- Oil. MET ' At the old stand ol E. Dana. Jr ^ APOTHECARIES, Deering Block, Corner ol Congress and Prelde Sta., # PORTLAND, ME. Foreign and Domestic Drugs, Chemicals, Fluid Ex tracts, J oflei 4 nicies, Perlumery, and Fancy Goods Physician's prescriptions carelully prepared, either by day or night. Mr. Charles B. Green lea I, who has been at this stand lor a number ol years, will remain as proscrip tlon clerk. 9cp2l-codAMI ^jarsehd your.orders for Job Work to Daily Pres MISCELLANEOUS VINELAND. IjUlt.H Ai\l> FRUIT LAND*, In a mildand r healthful climate. Thirty miles south ol l>hil ailelphia, by Rallroud, in New Jorsev, on the »ame line oi latitude as Baltimore, Aid. The soil is rich anti nroductlve, varying from a clay to a sandy loam, suitable tor Wheat, Grass, Corn, Tobacco, Fruit and vegetables. This is a great fruit Country. Five hundred Vineyards and Orchards have been planted oi't. by exis rienced truit growers. Grapes. Peaches, Pears Ac., produce immense prof its. Vineland is already one of the most beautilul places in the United States. The entire territory, consisting ut titty sqnare miles of land, is laid out upon a general system ol improvements. The land is only sold to actual settlers with provision tor public adornment. The place on account of ils great beauty, as well as other advantages, has become the resort ot people qr' taste. It has increased live thousand people within tbs past three years. Churches. Stores, Schools, Academies, Societies ol Art and Learning ami oi her elements of retiuement and culture have boeii introduced. Hundreds ol people are constantly settling. Hundreds of new houses are being con structed. Price of Farm Lund, twenty acre lot9 and upwards .*# per acre, Five aud ten acre and Vil lage lots for sale. Fruits and \ ege tables ripen earlier in this district than in any other 1 callty, north of Noriblk, Ya.Im proved places lor sale openings tor all.kinds ol business, Lund>er Yards, Al anu lac tones, Foundries, Stores and the like: and Steau? tower with room can be rented. tor persons who desire mild winters, a healthful climate, and a good soil, in a country U-autiiulIv iiu piov. U, abounding in traits, and possessing all other social piivlieges, iu the heart ol civilization, it is worthy ol a visit. ’ letters answered, and the Vineland Rural a paper giving lull inlorination, and containing reports ol fc»o lon Bob usou, sent to applicants Address OUAS K. LANDIS, Vineland P. O., Landis lown>hip. New Jersey. From Report ot Solon Robinson, Agricultural Edi tor oi the 1 nbune; “It is one ol the most extensive lertile tracts, in an almost level position aud suitable conddion tor pleasant farming that we know ol this side of tie Western Prairies.’1 Sept1>lAw6m SI fPirOiCRiAiPHI ITS EFFECT IS MIRACULOUS. The old, the young, the middle aged unite to prate* HALL’S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER. It la an entirely new scientific discovery, combining many of the most powerful and restorative agents in the vegetable kingdom. We have such confidence in its merits, and are so sure it will do all we claim for it, that we offer $1,000 Reward If the Sicilian Hair Rknewer does not give sat isfaction in all cases when used in strict accord ance with oar instructiuus. HALL'S Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer has proved itself to be the moat perfect preparation for tne Hair ever offered to the public. It is a vegetable compound, and contains no injurious properties whatever. It is not a Dye, it strikes at the Roots and fills the glands with new life aud coloring matter. IT WILL RESTORE GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL COLOR. It will keep the Bair from falling out. It cleanse* the Scalp, and makes the BaW SORT, LUSTROUS, AND SILKEN IT IS A SPLENDID HAIR-DRESSING I No person, old or young should fail to use tt. It is recommended ana used by the FIRST MED ICAL authority. jy Ask for Hall’s Vegetable SioiliAE Haiu Renewer, aud take no other. The Proprietors offer the Sicilian Haw Re newer to tlto public, entirely confident that it will bring hack the hair to its original color, promote Its growth, and in nearly all cases where it has fallen off will restore it unless the person is very sgtd. K. p. HALL A CO. Proprietor 1, Nashua, N. B. |y Sold by all Druggists. Marrett, Poor & Co., Having taken the Chambers ill CONGRESS STREET, ADJOINING MECHANICS’ HALL, Are now prepared to otter tlieir irlends and the pub lic a large and well selected stock ol CAllPETINGS! Paper Hangings CURTAIN GOOES, Ac., JTr£r* Purchasers of the above goods arc respect fully invited to examine oar stock which is New, Clean and Desirable. inly ao;dtf Lea Perrins’ CELEBBATED Worcestershire Sauce / PRONOUNCED BY Connoiaaenrs To be The ‘‘Only Good Sauce!” And applicable to | EVERY VARIETY OF DISII. EXTRACT of a letter from a Medical Gentleman at Madras, to his Brother at Worcester, May, 1851. “Tell Ijca & 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 ot this most delicious and unrivaled condiment having caused many unprincipled dealers to apply the name to Spurious Compounds, the pub lic is respectfully and earnestly requested to see that the names ot Lea & Perkins are upon the Wrap per, Label, Stopper and Bottle. Manufactured by LEA & PJEKRIJVN, Worcester. John Duncan’s Sons, NEW YORK, Agents for the United States. oclTdly 0 lioiee Southern and Western FL.OITR AND CORN! for sale by O’BBION, PIEHCIJ & CO., Whnli.uli' Dralm, I.Vt 4'oiuuii-i rial Hi., _»lec|Sl.Uy POUTIANI), Mb. (xi'egg’s Improved EXCELSIOR BRICK PRESS. ITVHIS powerful and beautiful Lubor-savmg Ma JL chine will mould 35.000 bricks per day. It re ceives the clay in its natural state, tcuii>eis it iu work ing, and makes the finest PRESSED BRICK, as well as the lower grades : all of equal size, and of a Quali ty unsurpassed in beauty and durability. It will al so make superior FIltK BRICK. The value of the machine may tie ascertained from the large profits made by those now running. For Rights and Machines, address, Extehisr Brick Pkm Co., jaLMMlm Office 221 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa Great Fall ill Furs ! FROM AN ASSIGNEE'S KALE of new and elegant Fare In Boaton, BOUGHT FOB CASH, Anti can he sold CHEAPER than at any other store. Hudson Bay and American Sable! Nice Grey Squirrel Setts, $111.00, farmer price $16.00, Silk Velvet Hoods.Beaver trimmed, FOB $1.00, and other Goods in proportion. SIIAVV BBOTIIEBS, OPPOSITE PREBLE HOtEB. de.i« _dlf BRIDGTON ACADEMY. THE SPRING TERM of this Institution will commence on TUESDAY, February 26th, and continue eleven weeks. C. K. HILTON, A. NI., Principal. Competent and accomplished teachers will be cju ployed m nil deiiartments of the n-hnol. week10 M,“r‘ tafntohed *“ vicinity at *3.00 per lbmais for Hell-boarding easily obtained. Text hooks furnished at Portland prices hy tlio Principal. T. H. MEAD, .Secretary. No. Jiridgton, Jan. SO, 1H<;7. Iebtsl2awiw;iw North Yarmouth Academy, - AT - YARMOUTH, MAINE. rpHE Spring Term of ten weeks, wilt commence JL Feb. ‘.fttli, under the same l*»ard of instruction us heretofore. For particulars address E. S. Hoyt, A. M., Princi pal, or JAMES BATES, Secy. Yarmouth’ F<?b 8, 1867. Iel4d*w£w HOTELS. UNITED STATES hotel, PORTLAND, MAINE, THMKr&?fa!» Proprietor of the COM the gr“ t li« I bees m K< |whi'h »“ destroy*! in aiulV |Mil,II, that he has “V will 01*11 lor theu,>onnn.shuUMi or tin 'olel ally,on Saturday Augusta. t ,: |mbbc »••'«* Thabktul to hie old customcis for ,cist patronage he would solicit a couliuuauco 01 the sanm Uge’ TERMS I'AVORAULB. ailgi*9-Clu _ N. ,T. DAVIS. Card. METROPOLITAN HOTEL, Washington, D. C. on account of the i educed price of provisions, the rato of hoard at tills Hotel will be Fui n Dollars per day Iron. date. POTTS & SHELLS V. January 1, 1867. JnfcHin Gorham Hoiinc* S CIOKHAM, MAINE. THE Subscriber having leased the above House fora term of years, is prepared to ac commodate parties and I lie public generally, and Iroiu his long experience in Hotel keep J_tlig hopes to receive a 1,U ral share , I the public patronage, iiaviug kept a Hold for more than twenty years. Chargee reasonable. Janl5d3iu S, B. BlloWN. MILLS HOUSE, CHARLESTON,.. .So. CAROLINA. 1CHE proprietor has tlie pleasure to Inform the traveling public that the above house is now ojsii lor the reception of guests, having made- extensive al terations, improvements, ami refurnished it through out, it is now iu capital order, and every exertion will be made to render it acceptable to his patrons. nolOoodCin JONKPH PI UiDMt. MEDICAL* DR. J. B. HVUHEN CAN UK Kill Nil AT H18 PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS. No. 14 Preble Street, Near tb«* Preble lleaur, WHERE he can be consulted privately, uud with tlie utmost couUdwiu'c by the afflicted, at hours daily, aud from 8 A. M. to UP. M. Dr. H. :uldrnsseKthose who are Buttering under the affliction of | rivate diseases, whether arising from impure connection or tlie terrible vice of sell-abuse. Devoting his entire time to tliat particular branch ol the medical profession, lie tools warranted in til Ait ANTEEINU A CUKE IN ALL OASES, whether of long standing or recently conlrocted,entirely removing the dregs of disease from the system, and making a per fect aud PERMANENT CURE. He would call tlie attention of the afflicted to the fact of his long-standing and well-earnad reputation furnishing suilicient assurance of his skill aud suc cess. Caution to ibe Public. Every intelligent and thinking person must know that remedies handed out lor general use should have their etticacy established by well tested expgrk n. < in the hands of a regularly educated physician, whose preparatory studies tit him for all the iluties he must fullil; yet the country is Hooded w ith poor nostrums and cure-alls, puriKirling to he the liest in tlie world, which are not only useless, but alwavs injurious. The unfortunate should lie particular in selecting liis idiysician, as it is a lamentable yet incontroverti ble fact, that many syphilitic patients are made mis erable with ruined constitutions by maltreatment from inexperienced physicians in general practice; tor itisa point generally conceded by the liest syphiloc ra phe rs, tliat the study and management of these come plaints should engross tlie whole time of those who would be conijieteiit and successful in their treat ment and cure. The inexperienced general practi tioner. having neither opjiortunity nor time to male* hiinseli acquainted with tiieir pathology, commonly pursues one system of treatment, in most cases mak ing an indiscriminate use ot that antiquated and dan gerous weapon, tlie Mercury. Mare CoiiAdcnrc. All who have committed an excess of any kind, i whether it be the solitary vice of youth, or the sting lug rebuke of misplaced contidence in nuturer years, SEEK FOK AN ANTIDOTE IN SEASON. The Pains and Aches, and Latitude and Nervous Prostration that may follow Impure Coition, are the Barometer to the whole system. Do not wait lor the eonsnmmation that is sure to fol low: do not wait tor Unsightly Ulcers, lor Disabled Limits, tor Loss of Beauty and Complexion. Haw Many Thsummli t su Testify to This by Unhappy Kxpcrirntc *. Young men troubled with emissions in sleep,—a complaint generally the result of a bad habit in youth.—treated scioiitiiu ally and a pcrle* tcurc war ranted or no charge made. Hardly a day pomes but we are consulted by one or more young men with the above disease, some ol whom are as weak and emaciated as though they had the consumption, and by their friends arc supposed to have it. All such caats yield to the proper and only ebrrect course of treatment, and in a short time are made to rejoice in perfect health. Ifliddle-Agrd Men. There are many men of the age of thirty who are troubled with too frequent evacuations from the blad der, often accompanied by a di- lit smauiug <>r burn ing sensation, ami weakening the sysb in in a man ner the patient cannot account for. Oil examining the urinary de|M>sits a ropy sedimeut v\ ill often be found, and sometimes small particles of senicu or al bumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin milk ish hue, again changing to a dark and turbid apfiear ance. There are many men who die of tins difficulty ignorant of the cause, which is the HEOONP ST AUK 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 l)r., can do so by writing, in a plain manner, a descrip tion of tbeir diseases, and the appropriate remedies will be forwarded immediately. All correspondence strictly contblenlial, and will be returned, if desired. Address: DR.,!. B. HUGHES, No. 14 Preble Street, Next door to the Preble House, Portland, Ale. CP' Semi a Stamp for Circular. Electic Medical Infirmary, TO THE LAIMKS. DU. HUGHES particularly invites all Ladies, who need a medical adviser, to call at his rooms, No. 14 Preble Street, which they will find arrauged for their especial accommodation. Dr. H.’s Electic Renovating Medicines are unrival led in efficacy and superior virtue iu regulating all Female Irregularities. Their action is spocibc and certain of producing relief in a short time. LADIES will find it invaluable in ail cases of ob structions alter all other remedies have been tried in vain. It is purely vegetable, containing nothing in the least injurious to the health, and may 1*» taken with fterlcct safety at all times. Sent to any part of the country, w ith full directions, by addressing DR. HUGHES, No. 14 Prehle Street, Portland. N. B.—Ladies desiring may consult one of their own sex. A lady of experience in constant attend ance. janl.lstfkl&w. CHEROKEE CURE, TUB GKRAT ( , . INDIAN MEDICINE, 1 Cures all #*seascs caused by f self-abuse, iLoes of Memory, Universal Lassi tude, Fa ins in the Back, him r^,nesn of Vision, Premature 89 Old Age, We<tk Xe.rves, hiffi EJcult Breathing, Pale Founts |v nance, Insanity, Consump tion, and all discuses that ful low m a sequence of youthful Indiscretions. The Cherokee Cnre v, ill restore health and vigor, atop the emissions, and effect a permanent cure alter all other medicines have failed. Thirty-two page 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 tho world, on receipt of price, by the sole proprietor, Dr. W. E. MEBWIN, 37 Walker 3t., H. Y. c -.-— Cherokee Remedy, Cure* all Urinary Com plaints, viar Grarel, In flam * matiom of the Bladder and mKidney*, R>tevtion. of V VHne, Stricturee of the mUrethra^ Dropmcal Sice/l Brick Duet Deposit*, ' anti all diseases that require a diuretic, and when used ia conjunction with the CHEROKEE INJECTION, does not fail to cure Gleet and all Mw cous J^ischaryes in Male or Female, curing recent canes in from one to three daya, ami is especially recommended in those cases off Fluor Alim* or Whites in Females. The two medicines used in conjunction will not fall to remove thin disagreeable complaint, and in tin».so«easca where other medicines have been used without success. Price, Remedy, Ono Bottle, $2, Three Bottles, $5. * Injection, “ " $2, “ •* $& The Cherokee “ Cure? “ Remedyand M Infec tion" are to be found in all well regulated drug stores, and are recommended by physicians and druggists all over iho world, for their intrinsic worth and merit. Some unprincipled dealers, however, try to deceive their customers, by selling cheap and 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 full and explicit statements from those who have failed to receive relief heretofore. Ladies or gentlemen can address us itt perfect con fidence. We desire to send our Wirty-two page pamphlet free to every lady and gentleman in the land. Address all letters for pamphlets, medicine^ or advice, to the solo proprietor. Dr. W. B. MERWUi, 37 Walkor St., H. X. IMPORTANT to LUMBERMEN -Aim Owners of IlemhK-k I .amis ! THE AMERICAN PATENTED IMPROVEMENT TANNING COMPANY, or Now York, own the exclusive right m tlio United States lor the inanulue ture of an iiuperishnlile “EXTRACT” from Hemlock Bark lor laimiog purposes. Tlio Bark Extract is now extensively used among Tanners, and llic de mand lor it rapidly increasing. It commands a ready sale in the Boston. New York and Philadelphia mar kets, at sixty cents per gallon. The appliances lor loanntactnring are simple and not expensive, costing but little more tluui the ordinary leaches usen by Tan ners. By this process, It cords of Bark may be re duced 8«» as to concentrate tlie entire strength into forty gallons of extra* t, without iu the slightest de gree injuring its laiming qualities, and at a cost not exceeding one dollar per coni. The saving in freight alone, l»etwc*'ii the transportation of tin* Extract and the bark, will range from six tonight dollars per cord, so that any one who may get out hut tliri*e huudn d cords of hark per year, may save from two thousand tokwcuiy-tlve hundred do flam in the difference in freight. The Company iloes 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 superln tend the construction of the w orks. where parties de sire to enter iuto the huHiness, 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 Jfxtract manufactured under their process at fifty cents per gallou. delivered in Boston or New York. Parties iu Blaine desiring further information as to terms, &c., mav call upon or address CHARLES HALE, General Agent for Maine, 1*4 Maine street, Bangor, where models of the apparatus mav l»e seen novl3d3iu 8. H. KENNEDY, Pres't. O \ N TJE Ii N ! WILLIAM IL DARTON, ATJxi. stores, No*. 231 & 233 Congress Street .near New Oily BuiMlng. is constantly receiving fresh arrival* of N«*w York anil Virginia (jiyet^ra, which he is prepared to sell by the gallon, (mart or bushtl, or served up in any style, rlunitary #, isej, dtt KATMiOADft, PORTLAND SACO & PORTSMOUTH R. R. WINTER ARRANGEMENT, I’nmiAienc’iuK Moiului, Not. liih, lHRtf. ryfrryi. if{n Pasueuger Train* leave Portland for «4fer*vrf*Bo.ston at s.40 A. M., ami 2.2U p. M. Leave Boston lor Portland at 7.30 A. M.,uuU 2.30 P. hi. A MEriiANic’s and LabokkkV* Train will leave Biddeiord daily, Sundays excepted, at 6 A. AJ., nud Saco at 6 OH, arriving in Portland at ti.lo. Returning, will leave Portland tor Saco and Bid* detoid and intermediate stations at 6.10 P. M. A M*ecial Height train, with passenger car attach ed, will leave Portland at 7.10 A. AI. lor Sac«» and Biddeiord. and returning, leave Biddeiord at 8.30 and Saco at 8 40 A. M. FRANCIS CHASE, Supt. ^Portland, Oct 20, 1866. lehlldtf GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY Ot Canada. Alteration of Trains. WINTER AlUiANUEMENT. *2-«« &£&££ A-“ Pond, Montreal and yuclwc at t. hi j\ m ' 1 XU« Uaiu coiuwcta with Exjitoi train idr Toron to, Detroit and Chicago. Sleeping earn attached irom Island Pond lo Quebec and Montieal. Train lor South Paris ut 5.ou P. M. No baggage can be received or checked alter t time above stated. Trains will arrive as tbllows— Froiu So. Paris, Lewiston and Auburn, ut 8.10 a. m From .Montreal, Quebec, Ac., - - 1.45 |*. m The Company arc not responsible li>r baggage any amount exceeding *50 in value (and that jterson al) unless notice is given, ami paid lor at the rale o one passenger lor every $5oo additional value. ('. ./. tftl MM US, Managing Director. //. ll.itLI. T, Local Superintendent, Portland, Nov. 2, lHtitf. dti PORTLAND* ROCHESTER R.R. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. "gPTtWSLfc'J On ami alter Monday, Dec. 17, 1*66, *f&-* trains will ruu as follows: Passenger train* leave Saco Kiver for Portland at 5-30 and U.UO A. M.f and 3.40 P. Al. l.oavc Portland lor Saco Kiver 7.15 A. M., 2.0<> and 5.45 P. Al. Freight trains with passenger car at fuelled will leave Saco Kiviir lor Portland. 0.50 A. M. Leave Portland tor Saco Elver 12.15 P. Al. Mr"Stagesconnect at Durham lor West Gorhaiu, Staudiah, Steep Falls, Baldwin, Denmark, Sehago, Bridgtou, Lovell. Hiram, Browulield, lryehup', Conway, Bartlett, Jackson Limington, Cornish,Por ter, Freedom, Madison, ami Katun. N. H. At Buxton Ceuter for West Buxton, Bonny-Kagle, South Limington. Limington, Limerick, Newlield. rarsonstiuld and Ossipee. * At tk.orauHypi.iorSuuik Windham, Windham UU1 and North W indham, daily. n ,| , ■. ,, My order ol the Prenkh nl. Portland, Dec. 14, ibu)—dll PORTLAND A KENNEBEC R. R. WINTER ARRANGEMENT, CoiuuiCMciui; Mouduy, No*. liila, ryfiftflfttn 'Trains leave Portland «latt> ar 1.00 P. M.,ibr Bath, Augusta, Wat orvtllc, hcudaii’.H Mills,Skew begun, ami intermediate Stations, (connecting at Bruusw ick with Aiulroscog gin k. K., for Lewiston ami Farmington, and at Kendall’s Mills with Maine Central K h.) u.r Bangor and intermediate stations. Fan s as tow by this route as any other. Leave Portland lor Bath, Lewiston, Augusta and intermediate stations on Saturday only at 7.45 P. M. Mixed Train leaves Portland l«>r Brunswick and in termediate stations daily, except Saturday, at 5.30 P. Freight Train, with passenger ear attached, wilt leave Portland lor Skowhegan and lute median *ta tious every morning at 7 o'clock. Trains irorn Brunswick and Lewiston are due at Portland at 9.20 A. M., and from Skowhegan and Farmington and all intermediate stations at 2.00 P, M. to connect with trains for Boston. Stages for Uoekland connect ut Baih; and lor Bel last at Augusta, leaving daily on arrival ot train from Boston, leaving at 7.30 A. M.; and for Solon, Anson, Notridgewock, Athens and Moose Head Lake at skowhegan, and lor China, East and North Vassal boro’ at V a-sall»oro’; tin Unity at Kendall's Mill’s, and for Canaan at Pishon’s Ferry. \\• UATL'U, SupcrlaiK iideiii. Augusta, Oct. 27, l&0t>. novl2dtt MAINE CENTRAL R. R. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. .^53%iSifejO Un ®>*d alter Monday,November 12tb, ippi^SK§curit'n(, trains will leave 1‘oitland tor Bangui and all intermediate station on this line, at 1.10 P. M. daily. For Lewiston and AuburnodIn , at 7.40 A.M. HT*Freight trains for Watcrvilloand all interme diate stations, leave Portland at 8.^5 A At, Train irom Bangor is due at Pordaud at 1.45 P. M, in m ason toronneot with train tin Boston. Flour Lewiston and Auburn only,at 8.10 A. Al. EDWIN NuY ES, hu(»t. Nov. 1,1*06 uoOdtt jaaESfi'W "Travelers ! Through Tickuta from Portland To all Points West & South, VIA THU New York ('euiral, Krie & I .ake shore. Anti Finnuyivania Centra Kiiilroiul; Far Male at ih<- Lawaai ram al the II c*i era Riiiliva, Ticket OAIm.-IANCASIK HALL BUlLlllNU, Uakket S(fli.iut:. W. U. LITTLE di CO., ticacrnl Ticket A.rnt., UrSr r;»8eat*.' Tieketn lor Cilifornia, via Bl. 'iin. Irom New York on like l&l, lltli, ou-t J1 st of e. mouth lor wile at this heretofore. de'Jo*U' STEAMEKN. Montreal OceanSteamskip 3. CARRYING THE CANAAN AND UNITED STATE MAILS. K*n»»«u;;cr* Hooke*! lo l.ondouderr? i»* Liverpool. Kciuru Tickets uniui* w» Kcdaiccd Kales. Tlie Steamship Nova Sootian, Capt. VY> li.vill sail from this port lor Livcri>oo), SATUlAY, Itth February, 18G7. iminedialely alter the arrl of the train of the previous day from Montreal, to fol lowed by the-oil the 234) of February. Passage to iAUulonderry ami Liverpool, enhinac cording to ni^com mutation) f 7U (80. Steerage* p Payable in Golil or its equivalent. MT'For Freight or passage apply to H. & A. ALLAN, No. 3 Indlt Portland, Nov. ‘Jt», 1806. feblld FARE REDUCED TO BOSTN. Summer Arrangement! Until turthcr notko the Stca*r» of the Port hind Steam l’aokrt'o. will run as lolfows:— Li i\u Atlanlio W Hd fay Bostic •every evening, (except Sunday it 7 o'clock. Leave liostou the same da> > at 5 P. M Cabin fare,. . .$1.5» Deck,. 1.04 Oir' Package ticketsto be had ol the Agents at r duced rates. Freight taken as usual. M M . h. blLUNUS, Agent. May L'2ud, I860—dtf International Steamship Uc. KiuUpurt, Calais ami SI. John. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. OKIE TRIP PER WEEK. On anil after Monday. December 17tli, the steamer NEW BRUNS WICK. Capt. E. B. WINCHES TER, Will leave Rail Ruad Whart loolot'Stale St., every MONDAY, at 5 o’clock F. M Idr Eusi|>orl and St. John. RETURNING, will leave St. John every THURS DAY, at 8 o’clock A. M. At Kantport Stage Coaches will connect tor Ma dias. At St John the E. Jt N. A. Railway will connect ti*r Shediac. tK Freight received ou days of nailing uni il 4 o’clk. F. M. C. C. EATON, dec26-dtl _ Agent. Special Steamboat Notice ! IN consequence of the ”erv bad weather the Steam* er NEW BRUNSWICK, will not leave again Idr Ea>tport, and St. John until February the 4th. elamiOdtd C. C. EAToN. PORTLAND AND NEW YORK STEAMSHIP COMPANY. NEni-WElihLY LINE. The splendid and last Steam ships DlUUJl», ('apt. II. Shru i Wi»oo, aud LKANCONlA, (.’apt W. W. Shkkwooi*. will, uiih 1 further notice, run a* follows Leave Brown’s \Vhail, Portland,every WEDNES DAY and SATUEDAY, ut 11*. M.,au>l leave l*iei ;w East Kiver, New York, every WEDNESDAY am SATUEDAY, at t oMock 1>. hi. These vessels are titled up with tine acooinmoda lions lor passengers, making this the moat >|*ec«ly, sale ami coioiorLable rou«* lor travellers between New York and Maine. Passage, in State Boom Cabin passage $.r>.tH>. Meals extra. Goods forwarded by Ibis lino to and Iron* Moll tri al, Quebec, Bangui ’ Balli, Augusta, Kastpoi t am St, John. Ship|M*rH are requested to aeud their C»•-i«*lit to th steamers as early as 3 P.M.on the day that the* leave Portland. Lor freight or passage apply to KMKUY *V L(»\, Liow n s Wliart, Portland. J. P. AMES, Pier 38 East Kiver. May lf«. iwfl.dtt “THE PCS l« innsHVICH tha: THE NWORD.o The Gold Pen-Best and Cheapest of Pen Morton's Gold Pens The ItcM Pens in the World ! For Hale at his Headquarter*, No 2fl Maiden I .an New York, and bf every dnly-aiqioiiited Agent at I same prices. tir ’ A Catalogue, with tbll description of Sizes a» Prices, sent on receipt ot letter postage. nu£kl&w6m j%. MUKTOIV. BLANOHAK1VS improvement on Steam Boilers / V* some boilers 700 dcgs. of heat to thrown av V/ waking a loss oi 1-3 the tael. The uuestio olten asked how can tills be saved. Mr Bland has invented a boiler that takes perfect eontroi o the heat and wakes It do duty In the engine. Tl very simple in Its construction; after the cn«Ttn« motion the %HM»kapipe it closed tight, and the v heat carried through heaters, heating the stea any temperature desired; the remainder cat through the water heater, ueftlig up all the w hettt but 20© dcgs.; tho heat being red need b»* there can be no danger of setting Ores b-, *T thrown llroni engines, which will add m^ch vah this invention, besides the saving 1-3 t'ne lue). For iiarticulars Inquire ot wM.wna.AKii. Corner ot Commercial Wharf and Commercial l Jfebtfl—dly '