Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, February 25, 1867, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated February 25, 1867 Page 4
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poetry • \Vo Mhnli be Forgotten. Unwii cheil tho garden bough shall sway, Tbn tender blossom flutter down, Un'ov^l the beech will gather brown, The maple burn itself away. Unloved, the sunflower, shining fair, Ray ronud with flames her disk of seed, Ami many a rose carnation feed, With summer spice the humming air. Unloved bv many a sandy bar. Tile brook shall bubble down U'« P,au>' At noon, or when ilie lesser wain Is twistiug round tbe polar shu, Unct.ei for, gird the wi“^®J^'iyrake, And flood the haunts oi ler" a Or mto silver arrows break The sailing moon in creek u> wild ^n venr lTyea' ‘be landscape grow FamdJr to tile stranger child; AS ve-tr by year the laborer tills His wonted glebe, or lops the glades; Aii*i w*ar by year our memory fades From :ili tlie circle of tho hills. In Memorium. Ji In* in («euou» A very great number of the streets in Gen oa are footways merely, and these are as nar row, as nark, as full of jutting chimney-places, baiconie.-. arid opened window-shutters, and as picturesbue, as the little alleys in Venice. They wander at will around the bases ol the gloomy old stone palace.-, and seem to have a vagabond fondness lor creeping down to the port, anti losing themselves there in a certain cavernous arcade which curves round the water with the flection of the shore, and makes itself a twilight at noon-day. Under it are clangorous shops of iron-smiths, and sizzling shops of marine cooks, and, looking down its dim perspective, one beholds chiefly sea-legs coming and going, more or less affected by strong waters; and as the laces to which these sea-iegs belong draw near, one discerns sailors from all parts oi the world,—tawny men from Sicily and Norway, as diverse in.their tawniness as olive and train oil - sharp faces from Nantucket and Ifom the Piraeus, likewise mightily 'different in their sharpness; blond Germans and blond En glishmen ; and now and then a colored broth er, also in the sealaiiug line, with sea-legs, al so more or less affected by strong waters like the rest. What curious people are these sea-farers! They coast the whole world, and know noth ing of it, being more ignorant and helpless than children on shore. 1 spoke with the Yankee mate of a ship one day at Venice, and asked him lio,v he liked the city. Well he had not been ashore yet. He was told he had better go ashore; That the Piazza San Alaico was worth seeing. Well, he knew it; he had seen pictures of it: but he guessed he wouldn’t go. Why not, now he was here ? Well he laid out to go ashore the next time he came to Venice. And so, bless his honest soul, he lay three weeks at Venice with his ship, after a voyage of two months, and he sailed away without ever setting his loot on that enchanted ground. I should have liked to stop some of those seatarers and ask them what they thought of Genoa. It must have been in the little streets, im passable tor horses, that the people sat and talked as Heine tabled, in their doorways, and touched knees with the people sitting and talking on the thresholds of the opposite side. But we saw no gossippers there on Sunday iu Genoa; and I think the domestic race ot Heine’s day no longer lives in Genoa, lor ev ery body we saw on the streets was gayly dressed in the idea of the last fashions, and was u> be met chiefly in the promenades.— The fashions were French; but here still lin gers the lovely phantom of the old national costume ol Genoa, and snow-white veils flut tered Irom many a dark head, and caressed many an olive cheek. It is the kindest and most ohaiitable ol attirements, this white veil, and, while decking beauty to the most perilous effect, befriends and modities age and ugliness. 1 tie pleasure with which I look at the splendor of an Italian crowd in winter is al ways touched with melancholy. 1 know that at the time ot its noonday promenade, it lias nothing but a cup of cotlee in its stomach; that it has emerged from a house as cold and dim as a cellar; and that it will presently go home to dine on rice and boiled beef. X know that chilblains secretly gnaw the hands inside ot its kid gloves, and 1 see in the rawness ot its faces the anguish of winter-long sulfeiing from cold. But I also look at many m this crowd with the eye of the economist, and wonder how people practicing eve* so great sell-denial a* they can contrive to make such display on their little means, how those clerks ol public offices, who nave rarely an income ol five hundred dollars a year, can dtess with such peerless gorgeousness. I suppose the national instinct teaches them ways and means unknown to us. The passion tor dress Is universal; the men are as loud of it as the women; and happily, clothes are compara tively cheap. It is no great harm in itselt, this display; it is only a pity that there is oft en nothing, or worse than nothing, under the shining surface.—Atlantic Monthly for March. Singui.au Story of a Spiritualist.—A London letter relates the following singu lar story, which ■ we suppose relates to D. I). Home, formerly of Norwich, Conn.: Several weeks since, Mr. Hume, the noted spiritualist, was in company withMr.Feehter, the eminent tragedian, who is a spiritualist, when suddenly his hand stretched itself out, end his fore linger pressed forcibly against Mr. Feeble,’s bieast. The latter gentleman hade him remove it, as the pressure hurt him, hut Mr. Hume could not for a time.and when he did, the spot on the bosom ot the tragedi an's shin was fumd covered with blood. This appeared the more singular as there was no blood either on Mr Hume's linger or Mr. Fechter's chest, and while Ihev looked at it the stain disappeared. The table then com menced rearing and galloping in imitation ol' a horse, and presently Mr. Hume declared that he was impressed with some impending danger to .Mr. Feebler on horseback. The tragedian afterwards went to (Germany, and was near the seat ot war. One morning— weeks alter the occurrence above mentioned —when his horse was brought up as usual, a shuddering sei/t d him, and, under an unac countable presentiment, he ordered the horse a say, saying he would not ride. A friend borrowed tlio horse the same morning, and a few hours after was shot thiough the breast. Tills story seems absurd enough, but persons of undoubted veracity attest tbe (act that the first part of it was told in several circles be fore the sequel came out. Portland Academy, Union Hall, (Entrance on Free Street.) BOYS of all agree and att inincnte received at anv time in the Term. Particular attent on paid to Private classes-and Private pupils, Terms StO.dl per Term ol ten weeks, U. O. VILEII, Prinripal, „ , 2* Hanover St, P.O.Box 927. Fcl9d3w State formal School, Fanuington. THE SPRING TERM will commence on Fel»27ih, under tue direction of GEO. M. GAGE, PrincijHd. EDWARD BA LLARD, Superintendent of Common Schools. Brunswick, Feb lti, 18G7. fedltidtd Franklin Family School, FOR BOYS, XOPSHAM, - - - MAINE. SCHOOL for Boys, easily acces .Ss K- R. B., twenty-live miles iroro Portland, nine miles from Bath. For Circular, <Scc., address the Principal, feb!6 d4w_H. A. BAND ALL. Marrett, Poor & Co., Having taken the Chambers 811 CONGRESS STREET, ADJOINING MECHANICS’ HALL, Are now rrepared to offer their Irlends and the pub lic a large ami well selected stock ol cabpi:togs! Paper Hangings CERTAIN GOODS, Ac., r Pt Purchasers of the above goods are respect fully invited to examiue our stock which is New, Clean and Desirable. July 30 dtf SORFOIK OYSTERS ! A large lot of Norfolk Oyntcr. just received and for sale at $1.60 Per Gallon, Solid. All orders by wail or telegraph promptly attended to H. FREEMAN & CO., 101 Federal Street. l3F*0ysters delivered in anv part of tho city. _ tebZJOJw w. cTmONTGOMERY, boots and shoes, TVo. X Casco Street. Wo beglctvo to e.i~att(mtion of cjtl„n, of Portland to our LARGE and ^ LL SE Z£C Tin I) STOC/C Bo and Shoes. -411 our Goods Warranted arid pcrfoct sat isfaction ruarauteed. te21dtf / ^IOA KS. 200 M. Imported aua domestic Cigars liii%r*4ale by C* MITCHELL & SON, Ju,x8tl 178 Fore Street. THE PRESS For 1807. With the opening of the new year wo presented to the reader* ot tlio DAILY PRESS, A Paper Enlarged to the Mize of the large*! New England Bailie*. The enlargement, of our daily edition i* equivalent to the addition of between three and four columns to its size. This additional space will be devoted to de tails ot important events, which we have heretofore been obliged to give in brief, and to selections from current literature, grave or gay, such as we have I lately been obliged to omit altogether. What the character of the paper thus enlarged will be, its past history will show. The Press was es tablished primar ily to represent the Republican par ty of Maine. It was impossible for the controlling party of the State to remain voiceless in this city. The Press will continue to defend the principles ot the Liberal party of America. The war has closed one great cycle in our national history—the cycle during which aristocracy at the South and democra cy at the North grew up side by side, a period ot jealousy and conflict, resulting in an appeal to arms and Llie 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 fruit9 of our victory. Nothing is settled till it is settled right. We must have de mocracy at the South as well as at the North—equal rights for all secured by equal laws, freedom ot speech, freedom of the prc.vs, impartial suffrage. Ot the profound convictions of the Republican party ol Maine, the Press will remain a faithful exponent. We have engaged Regular Correspondent* in Washington, New York, Boston and Augusta, and occasional correspondents at various points throughout the Stale. During the session of the legislature, we shall publish Special Dispatches from Augusta every morning, furnishing a synoi» sis of the previous day’s proceedings. To the people of Maine, and especially to people who have business relations with Portland, we hope to make the Press more valuable than any paper published outside of the Stato can possibly be. Wo shall publish the same telegraphic summary as other Now England newspapers. We shall not publish special dispatches from Washington, but we thall have regular correspondence from that point, and a Daily Summary of Maiue News which readers here would be sorry to miss. We glial have Full and Accurate Market Report*, forwarded by telegraph from nl' parts of the United States, from Canada, and worn England. A weekly Review ot the Portland Markets, and an accurate Report of Maiue Shipping, in foreign and domestic ports, will be published as heretotore. There will be XO INCREASE IX TJ1E PRICE Of the Daily Press. For O EIGHT DOLLARS A YEAR ! We expect to ftirnish a paper, The Largest in the State, and aa large aa in othor States Is offered for ten or twelve dollars a yoar. THE 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 were a perfectly inde pendent publication. It contains from week to week, the most important articles which appear in the daily, toget her with a considerable amount of Matter Expressly Prepared for its Columns. We shall add to its attractions during the coming year, Am Agricultural Department, To be conducted by the Rev. WILLIAM A. DREW, of Augusta, a veteran journalist, widely and favorably known in Maine, and a contributor tor some timo past to the Press over the signature of “Traxi.” Mr. Drew’s special qualifications for this work need no heralding. The Shipping News of the Week Will be published without abridgment in the State Press, as will also the Review of the Portland Markets, Aid the Brighton Market Reporis. To country trailers tlic weekly report of Portland prices currront alone will be well worth the subscrip tion price. In addition to a careful Digest of General and State News, We shall also furnish weekly a page oi Miscellaneous Reading for the Family. The weekly edition is made up in eight large pages, ol six columns each, and is tho L urgent Weekly Paper in New England. It is offered to the public at the low price of ‘J DOLLARS A YEAR, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. To a club of NEW subscribers, eleven copies will be sent for twenty dollars, and the same discount is offered to larger clubs. --- NOTICES OF THE PRESS. [From the Christian Mirror.] The Press has been enlarged since New Year’s. We are g’.ad to see such evidence of prosperity. With such papers as Portland now lurnishes we aco no need of importing Dailies from Boston and New York. [From the Portland Price Current.] The Press.—The crowded state of our columns ' last week prevented us from noticing tlio eidagcment and re-arrangeincnt of the ooluinns of the Dailv Press, wliich in its present enlarged form, and with its excellent editorial management, is certainly the leading journal oi Maine, and equal to any in New England; especially when taken into consideration the amount of interesting reading matter that is daily furnished lor the money. [From the Gardiner Homo Journal.] Enlarged.—The Portland Preiis was enlarged on the 1st inst., to about the si/.c of tDe Boston Dailies. This is an evidence of not only the prosperity of the Press, but of Portland as well, for of course the en largement is caused by the im reave of advertising favors. The Press is worthy of the patronage it re ceives, is a credit to Portland and to the State, and we hope increasing years may increase its prosper ity. [From the Eastern Argus, Jan. 2] —The Press appeared yesterday morning enlarged by the addition of 2* inches to tine length of its col umns. Its make-up has also boon changed again, and on the whole it presented a decidedly improved appearance. Our cotemporary's “new clothes” arc somewhat larger Gian ours, but the “ biggest are not alw ays the best.’* [From tlio Portland Evening Star, Jan. 1.] The Daily Press appears tbi# morning in an en- ! large torm, making it now fully equal in size to any ! daily newspaper in New England. The editor, in , his New Year’s Salutatory, shurws that the success of t he paper lor the past year lia- been most gratifying, • and we are glad of its prosperity. The return to the I original stvle of arranging the contents ol the paper, i is one of the most agreeable features of the change. [From the Bangor Whig.) — The Portland Press was enlarged on the 1st of January to about the sizu of the Boston Daily Post and Advertiser—which are our largest New England dailies- and it now makes a very handsome appear ance. This evidence of prosperity on the part of so food and reliable a paper ;is the Press is gratifying. l shows, too, that Portland has lost nothing oJ vigor, enterprise or resource, by the great lire, but tliat iis course is still onward—that its business is in fact in creasing, notwithstanding the apparent calamity ol last year—and tliat its promise of commercial great ness is certain to be fulfilled. The Prew is among the best of the New England palters, and its present appearance is a credit to the State. [From the Bath Times.] Tl»c Portland Press comes out greatly cnlarg we sumiect it now gives another settler to tlio question which is * the principal paper in Portland.” It is bound to distance its competitors. TFrom the Lewiston Journal, Jan. 1.] The Portland Press has incmsu-i na ' lent to an addition of iw or fow enlargement, following so closely urxm i??1?8' “”8 titm from the ashes of the great ^fl.TjI.ow» principles it advocate* and its efforts to catert, the literary tastes of its readers arc appreciated l,v tta public. Ihe additional sp ve now obtained will I devoted to details ot important events, and select!,..It from current literature. u 18 [From the Worcester (Mass.,) Spy.] THE PRESS.-Among the paiiers that commence the now year with enlarged sheets and manifest signs of prosperity, are the Portland Press and the Hartford Evening Press The turner is the hugest and I lost daily hi the State id Maine, and the hitter we have long regarded as one of Ihe ablgpt of our Connecticut exchanges. (From the Portland Advertiser, .Tan. 2.] Tho I>ally Press appeared yesterday morning in an enlarged form. It is now fully equal in size to any daily paiior in New England. In tho arrangement “8 matter it hasreiurncil to tile original style, ani'e ' WC tllink 'i'utc an improvement in its nppear aeement ot « B*u h?s lM;on under tho editorial man hodi Urned* mid ShL'm*181""/ liB c,|itorials hare been S“w ib l, “',lr’ wielding a (iowerhil influ has taken a (air suin'," matters. lie dignified manner, yet loanme m m ,n8 t<,plcB 111 0 bis party. While we c ,7 V1|a’ issues with his political notions, we luarHlo I? 8 w)tli all o( ability, cliaraeier and culture lie h^n''1?118"8. *.° ,h® management, and w ish nim and tl.,,p8\x 111 **» more prosperity in the u.-xtTi e.v*n the past. ■* t,1"n >t has had in Its news is judiciously and carefully , a general culture and iiu ravy UibIc "har-„ leV^1, n?'1 contcnls. As a good iimiily newspaper it to f ,ls perior; and while Mr Llniln Seethed iw Z ftor’s chair there will be uo lack of local news « it Is generally acknowledged in that department& has no equal in 'he State. The enlargement argues a prosperous business at least for nr cotemporary, anil we hope It will never be found necessary to curtail the dimensions of this enterprising and respectable sheet. [From tho Bangor Times.] VST" The Portland Daily Press comes to ns consid er dilv enlarged and with a return to its old style of ' make-up," This enlargement—so soon after tho great Arc—to a size equal with tho leading Boston dailies, speaks favorably for the prosperity of tho city ana indicates a good degree of enterprise on the part of I he pTniiririon. The Pw»» I" With ability, has able contributor", anil as the lending paper of the dominant party, is a power In tire land. [From the Portland Transcript-! The Daily Press begins the now yearmuch en larged in size; we are glad to sec such an e p the prosperity of this excellent 1illf.mp„,t has swung around tire circle .n 0i,j of its editorial and news matter; altar •», the oId second and third page arrangement^ presenting edi torials and news togetheiMvasthcJ)^^^^^^^^^^ IdtUCUAN D1SE. New Trinidad Molasses! 254 HHD§. ) NEW TRINIDAD MO PJ TIERCES J LASSES, cargo ot Brig lO KBPS. ) “Frank E. Allen. For sale by GEO. S. HUNT, fcb2il3w 111 fouimemitl Strict. Lumber. ■i n/A /k/Af'k Dry pine for immediately use JL \_r\_/,CrCr Ualso spruce, hemlock anil pine dimension on hand or sawed to older at C«m mcrrial Sr. FebTdtl L. TAYLOR. LUMBER, Wholesale and Retail. Boards, Plank, Shingles and Scantling of all sires constantly on hand. Huil.liug material sawed to order. ISAAC i>\ r.K. auglltf No. 3| Union Whart. XumberT All kinds of SPRUCE CUMBER, WHOLESALE 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, janldtf foot of High street. COAL ! COAL ! Coal for Ranges Furnaces, —AND— PARLOR STOVES, At Law Bnim far Cash* A small lot of NICE BLACKSMITH’S COAL. ItiO TONS LUJtftP LKHIUH. Also a lot of DRY SLAB WOOD, sawed in stove length, delivered in any part of the city, at $8 per cord. PERKINS, JAt KSON A CO., High Street Wharf, 302 Commercial, ,j:\n4dti Foot of High street. $8. CHEAP COAL I $8. WE can now offer nice CHESTNUT COAL at **8.00 per ton, delivered at any part of the city. Also ti>r sale at the lowest market price, Old Co. Lehigh, SUGAR LOAF LEHIGH, For Furnaces. For Rang** and Cook Stoves, John’s While Ash, Diamond, Red Ash, which are free of all impurities and very nice. Also Cumberland 1 A cargo just landed, fresh mined, for Blacksmith one. Lehigh Lump, for Fouudry Use! c We keep constantly on hand a lull assortment ol Ckaicc Family Coal. Those wishing to pur chase largo lots will do well to give us a call before purchasing. HARD A XI) SOFT WOOD Delivered at any part of the city at short notice. Kandall, McAllister & Co., No. 60 COMMERCIAL ST., oc25dtt n Head of Maine Wharf. Southern Pine. ABOUT HO M very superior Flooring and Step Boards now landing at Custom House Wbart, and for sale in lots to suit purchasers. Apply to C. M. DAVIS & GO., ' IT? Commercial street. Portland, Nov. 21,18CG.__ nov22dtf Coal, Coal, Coal. JUST RECEIVED and tor sale by the undersigned at their Whart, Cor. Franklin Wharf ft Commercial St., 275 Tons Hazelton Lelilgli, BROKEN AND EGG SIZE. 300 TONS LOCUST MOUNTAIN EGG AND STOVE SIZE. aoo TONS LOBERY, Free burning and VF.RY PURE, and all kinds White and Red Ash Coal. These Coals are ot the vory best quality, and war anted to give satisiaction. Also, 500 cords ot best quality of HARD and SOFT WOOD, which we will sell at the vary lowest price and deliver it to any part ot the city at short notice. I3r*Give us a call and try us. S. ROUNDS & SON. Jan t5th—dtf Southern Pine Lumber WE are prepared to execute orders for SOUTH. ERN FINE LUMBER, by the cargo, deliver ed with dispatch at any convenient port. RTAN & DAVIS April 17—dtf 161 Commercial St. Saint Louis Flour 1 / CHOICE New Wheat Family Flour of the most celebrated brands. T. Harrison & Co., Plants. Eagle, Brilliant XXX, Dictator, Tropical, A in amnio, Whitmore, FOB SALE BY Churchill, Browns & Manson aug7dtf Trinidad Molasses. 4 P/\ HHDS. PRIME QUALITY TRINIDAD _LOGf MOLASSES for sale by LYNCH, BABKEB A- CO., nov23dtf 139 Commercial Street. The Sunday Morning Advertiser is the largest qnarto slicet of the kind in New Eng land, and contains Storim, SketehcN, Nevro of the Hay, Market Reports and Telegraphic Hinpatebcai up to a late hour Saturday evening. City subscrib ers supplied Sunday morning, at $2.50 a year, In au vance. Mail subscribers, $2.00. feblddtf Westbrook Seminary. THE SPRING TERM commences February 27th. febl3d&w2vv Rollins a g i l k e v At the old stand ot E. Dana. Jr APOTHECARIES, Beering Block, Comer ol Congress and Preble Sts., PORTLAND, ME. Foreign and Domestic Drugs, Chemicals, Fluid Ex tracts, Toilet 4 '■tides. Perfumery, and Fancy Goods. Physician’s prescriptions carefully prepared, either by day or night. Mr. Charles B. Grcenloai, wno nas been at this stand for a number ot years, will remain as presdrlp tion clerk. scp2i-eodAswtt FI RMTI RK ! The undersigned would respectfully call the attention of the citizens of Portland to the fact that he is prepared to offer them PARLOR SPITS —AND ALL— UPHOLSTERY GOODS OF HINOffN MANUFACTURE ! Which he will always WARRANT TO BE AS REC OMMENDED, with Prices Beyond Competition ! N. B.—Repairing of nil kinds neatly and promptly done CHAS. B. WHITTEKIORE, (Successor to (ieo. T. Burroughs § Co.,) feb20dtf LANCASTER HALL. Photographs! Photographs! A. S. DAVIS, WOULD respectfully inform his former customers and the public gcnorally, that he is now locat ed at No. 27 MARKET SQUARE, where he would bo happy to receive all those wishing for Photographs, Aj nbrotypes, etc. N. B. All work warranted. W 'tlARKET SQUARE. 27 MARKET SQUARE ■ ianli—3m • Crossman’s Polish, Crossman’s Polish. Crossman’s Union Furniture Polish! THE best in the world for Polishing Mahogany, Walnut, Stair-Posts, Rails, Counters, or any kind of Furniture. This Polish 1ms been used by Mr Grossman for the last twenty years, giving perfect sat isfaelion to all. 11 Is warranted to stand a tempera ture oi'two hundred degs. of heat, mid is not other wise easily defaced. Furniture polished with it wiii be perfectly dry and ready f ,r use in live minutes af ter the Polish ispnt on. Price Seventy-Five and Fit tv Cta. per bottle; anyone can use it hy following the Directions on the bottle. Reference—Me»rs C. & L. Frost,Capt Inman.USA. Messrs. Breed * Tukey, Benj Stevens, Jr., Win. Allen, N. M. Wosdman. For sale l>y Bur joss, F’obcs & Co, W.F. Phillips & Co., H. H. Hay & Co, Samuel Roll, H. W. Si A. Derring. Manutaetory 376 Congress st, np stairs, opposite head of Green st. S.C. RIGGS, Agent, jloc28dtt Portland, Maine. PASTERN EXPRESS CO. NOTICE! f]lHE Government have decided that they will pay sent h°tt> ways upon 7 3-10 Bonds sent to Washington tor exchange. The Eastern Ex and tho DepRrtmen? MISCELLANEOUS. LITTLEFIELD & WILSON’S WOOD MOULDING & PLANING MILLS, For Planing, Matching and Jointing Boards and Plank, MOULDINGS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, Sweep & Circular Sawing, Wood Turning, &c. * • 'i ’ 1 ’ Hi* STA1B BUILDING PROMPTLY EXECUTED, Corner of York and Maple Streets, aEm. <wilsonEPIELD’ } PORTLAND, ME. _ __january22eodlm RK-OPEMNG ! The subscriber having purchased the Stock and Store lately occupied by JOHN CROCKETT & CO., NO. 11 PREBLE STREET, Will rc-open for business Tuesday, Jan. SO, 18(57, and will sell oft tlio entire stock at greatly reduced prices, consisting of NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, Crockery and Glass Ware, Carpeting, Paper Hangings, Window Shades, together wjth a general assortment of HODSE-FUBNISHING GOODS. MR. LEVI F. HOYT is connected with this establishment, and will be happy to wait on any of bis customers and friends who may favor us with a call. Jangudlm_WII.I.IAM LOWELL. Portable Steam, Engines, /''IOMBINING the Maximum nl efticieucy, dura \j bdity and economy witli tlie minimum of weight and price. They are widely and tavorably known, more than 4HM being in use. AH warranted satis factory, or no sale. Descriptive circulars sent on application. Address J. C. HOEDLGV & HO. Lawrence, Mass. Feb 8, 1867—d.3m Oysters, Oysters! By the Barrel, Bushel, GSallou or Quart. /vs Put up in kegs and cans of all 8ize9 for Mthe trade or family use. P*/ Being near tbe Telegraph and Express v—y offices, I am prepared to put up all or ders to tlio latest moment. All in want of Oysters will lind the best assortment in the city. tJ^Choice York Bay, Shrewsbury, Cherry Stone, and York River constantly on hand. K. D. ATWOOD, Atwood’s Oyaler Bonne, 43, 47 and 49 Centre St., Portland, Me. February 1. c!2m GREAT DISCOVERY I ROGERS’ Excelsior Pain Curer. The Best Preparation Ever I?Ia<le For the following Complaints: ALL NERVOUS and NEURALGIC PAINS, PLEURISY PAINS, RHEUMATISM, TOOTHACHE, HEADACHE, EARACHE, STIFF NECK, DIPHTHERIA, SORE THROAT and AGUE. Also invaluable in all cases of Sprains and Bruises. Try it and you will bo satisfied. Manufactured and sold wholesale and retail by W. W. Rogers, Hampden Comer, Maine. Sold in Portland by H. H. HAY & CO., wholesale and retail. jalftldm* NITROUS OXIDE GAS ! A safe and pleasant Anesthetic in the extraction of Teeth. Administered every TUESDAY AND FRIDAY —by— u Drs. Kimball dc Prince. Dentists, BT». 11 Clnpp’s BlMk, C«np«n Street, Ifebladtf_ PORTLAND, Me. CLO C KN ! Calendar Clocks, . Howards Clocks, Office and Bank Clocks, Gallery Clocks, Parlor, and All Kinds of Clocks. 64 EXCHANGE STREET, LOWELL & SENTER. Portland Jan. 17tb, 1S07. dOm FRANK ABORN, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER! NO. 1 FREE STREET BLOCK. A large assortment of CLOCKS of all kinds, Watches, Spectacles and Thermometers constantly on hand. Repairing in all its branches punctually attended .to, and work guaranteed to bo faithfully performed. All articles sold warranted to be as represented. A fair share of the patronage ot the public is re spectfully solicited. Portland. Jan. 14, 1867. dtf Dr. Ohaussier's Empress. A CELEURATED French PREPARATION FOB THE HAIR r E3P*Free from Poison - ous Minerals or Injuri ous Drugs. IT IK NOT A DTK WmmmiM'W-'^ \ ai-jr 11 win nor son “ finest linen! It will not gum the hair! Is free from the disagreeable smell of sulphur! It relieves the scalp of dandruff and un pleasant irritation! Prevents the hair from falling off, even after fevers! Causes the new hair to grow on bald heads when fajlcn off from diseases. It will Restore Gray hair to its natural color, or the money will be retundedin every instance. Sold by <. ROSMAN & CO, Druggists and Deal ers In Fancy Goods, &o.,305 Congress, 4 doors from Brown St, Portland, Me. felld3w MISS SEWALL, WILL divE LESSON8 IN Lead Pencil and Crayon Drawing And also instruct classes so desiring, in tho Elements of Design, after Dr. Rimmer’s method, at 331 Congress Street, six dorrs above Casco, upstairs.— Entrance through the store. Apply every day but Saturday._Ja30dtf Crist Mill—Deering’s Bridge, J70R SALE—containing 3 Run of Stones—one tor' Salt, with Dry Room. Also, Elevators for Corn and Salt. All in good rimning order and now in use. EDW. H. BURGIN, feblS dtf STEAM RfiFOFD SOAPS ? LEATHE~& GO BE, WOULD solicit the attention ol the trade and consumers to their Standard Stands of STEAM REFINED SOAPS, -viz: EXTRA, FAMILY, NO. I, OLEINE, CHEMICAL OLIVE, _ ..CRASH’S PATENT, SODA, AND AMERICAN CASTILE. Allot SUPERIOR QUALITIES, In packages suita ble for the trade and tamily use. Importing direct our chemical's, and using only the best materials, and as our goods are" manufactured under the personal supervision ol our senior partner, who has bad thirty years practical experieno? in the business, we therefore assure the public with con dencc that we can and will furnish the Boat Goods at the Lowest Frioos! JSSSSgt recently enlarged and erecied NEW WORKS, containg all the modern improvements, we are enabled to furnish a supplv of Soap» of the Beat (tuulatics, adapted to the demand, lor Ex port and Domestic Consumption. LEATHE <t GORE’S STEAM REFINED SOAPS I SOLD BY ALL THE Wholesale Grocer* Throughout the Stole. Lieathe <fc Gfore, 3»T Couiuierciul Si, 47 A 4» Beneh Street, K arch 2 AUGUSTNI7.30% ^ EXCHANGED FOR JULY FIVE-TWENTIES. at favorable rates. H. M. PAYSON, febl5d2w* 32 Exchange Street* A Safe,, Investment I TOW* WESTBROOK Semi-Annual Coupon I Bonds. One, two, three and four years to run: interest and principal payable at Canal National Bank. A few thousand dollars of the abo~ Stock may be had by applying immediately to WM. M. CLARK, No 78 Commercial Street. Portland, Feb 11th, 1867.—d2w* A CARD. THE unflcrsigncd haying REMOVED from Ware’s Hall, will OPEN THIS DAY THEIR NEW STORE IV o. 3 Free St. Block, And would invite the attention of the

Clothing, Tailoring & Dry Goods Trade to their Large and well Assorted New Stock - OF - Foreign & Domestic Woolens, Tailors' Trimmings, —AND— Gentlemen’8 Furnishing Goods! Purohased the past week for Cash, which will be ottered to the trade at the lawest market prices. Soliciting vour patronage, wc remain Yours Very Truly, CHADBOURN & KENDALL. January 15, 1867. Clothing Cleansed and llepaired BY WILLIAM BROWN, formerly at 1)1 Federal street, in now located at his new store No 64 Fed eral st, a tew doors below Lime street, will attend to his usual business ot Cleansing and Repairing Clothing of all kinds with his usual promptness. Second-hand Clothing tor sale at fair prices. Jan 8—dtf SHORT & TORINO, Booksellers & Stationers, 31 Free, Corner Center Streets, Have on hand a full supply of Law, School, Miscellaneous and Blank Books. Stationery of nil Kinds. Oash, Post Offioe and Envelope Oases, Let* ter Presses, Pen Backs, 4c. We have just received Irom New York a lull supph of PAPER HANGINGS, WKw Patterns and Choice Styles. DRAWING PAPER OP ALI. SIZES. |y Give us a call. Short & Goring, jy30dtt 31 Fiee, Corner of Center Street. J. &C.J. BARBOXJli, Manufacturers and Retailers of Boots, Shoes and Rubbers, NO. 8 EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND, ME. Ladies’ and Misses’ Serge and Cnlf Boots. Men’s Fine Cnlf and Thick Boats. Boys’, Youths’ and Children’s Bools and Shoes. Rubber Boots nnd Shoes of all kinds. OAK AND HEMLOCK BELTING. LACE LEATHER. MOLASSES HOSE, ENGINE HOSE RUBBEr. BELTING, RUBBER PACKING. Rubber Clothing, Rubber Hose. JOHK BABBOCIt. C. J. BARBOUR. E. B. BAKBOUR. nov26 dtt Great Fall in Furs ! FROM AN ASSIGNEE’S SALE of new and olegant Furs In Boston, BOUGHT FOR CASH, And can l>e sold CHEAPER than at any other store. Hudson Bay and American Sable! Nice Grey Squirrel Setts, 913.00, former price 910*00. Silk Velvet Hoods, Beaver trimmed, FOR $4.00, and other Goods in proportion. SHAW B BOTHERS , OPPOSITE PREBLE HOUSE. dec22_ dtf A FULL SUPPLY -OF— Boy’s Clothing ! ■ . j -J, AT THE New England Clothing Com., 4S Market Mqunre. dcSdSm E. LEVEEN & CO. $1.00. $100, WAR CLAIM OFFICE. Patterson »V Chadbourne, Morton Block, 2 doors above Treble House. THE new Bounties, under the law approved Julj 26th, 1866, Increase ot' Pensions, Arrears ot' Pay, Prize Money, and all other claims against the Gov» eminent, collected at short notice. The necessary blanks have been received, and claim ants should tile their claims promptly. Frank G. Patterson, late Lieut. 5th. Me. Volf. Paul Chadbourne, late Maj. 1st Me. Cav. Oct 16-dtt n GAS FUTURES! OOVELL k 00, 554 Broadway, New York, Importers and Manufacturers of Chandeliers, Gas Fixtures, &c., Of the latest styles. Store Pendents and Brackets of every variety of pattern made to suit any sued room or hall. The attention of Architects ami Builders is respectfully solicited. Prices to suit the times. lieters by permission to Messrs. Marrctt, Poor & Co., Portland.tebUiilm For Sale. A SUIT of Sails, Ringing and Blocks, nearly new, irom a fishing Schooner of 100 tons; also Top sails, Fore ami Mainsails, second hand. . , „ SAMPSON & CONANT, deerdtf No. 19 & 20 Commercial Wharf. To Kent, WAREHOUSE on Custom House Wharf. En quire of LYNCH, BARKER cfc CO., novldtf 139 Commercial stTeet. A GOOD STOCK OF Clothing and Furnishing Goods FOK SALE, WITH STORE TO LET. Inquire nt 317 CONGRESS STREET. fcbll d2w 384 CONGRESS STREET. A. E. HASKELL & CO., Dealers In Provisions and Groceries, AT LOWEST CASH PRICES. feblSdlm PORTLAND, Me. A New Place Just Open l WHERE yon call hny real French CALF SKINS ami Philippe and Canaud’s SARDINES. Just received trom Paris, now in bond, and lor sale in lots to suit customers by II - r E Y It K T , Offlce ever the Fish market Jan2d2m» FEDERAL STREET. Por Sale Cheap. 40 M feet extra Sontheru Pine, inch thick and Rom 5 to 8 inches wide. 10 M 1J inch do, 12 to 14 in width. R. PEERING, jan30tt HohgonV Wharf. Commercial street. O Four Stores for Rent N Union Wharf, size 25 x 50, suitable for Grain or other goods. Apply to f, r JOSEPH II. WHITE, . . febBdtt_No. 6$ Union Wharf. H. W. SIBfONTON & CO., ' 349 Congress St., Up Stairs. *^•■*7 Cine,, Collars 15c. Tucked do. lOc, Clouds, H7c. Pebbled Clouds 81.‘25. Shetland Veil. 50 aad 75 CM. gy^Worsted Goods at Reduced Prices. Ja24dtf Title Tables, GIVING the time and height of High Water tor every ilay In the year at all ports in tho United States, have been published by the United States Coast Survey Offlce, and aro on sale at the principal Nautical Stores. Thevcan also be obtained by ap ellcation to the Coast Survoy Office in Washington Ity. Price Twenty-Flye Cents. l“bie dim 1 HKOtCAt. The Eye, Ear, Catarrh — and THROAT. Mrs. Manchester THE INDEPENDENT CLAIRVOYANT! AND Eclectic Physician l From 618 Broadway, New York, has returned to Portland, and can be consulted at her rooms at the Preble House. Cenitcalea of Cure*. 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 was never beneiitted, but in most all cas es made worse. 1 saw Mrs. M. in June. She told mo my case was a bad one, tiie lubes in tbe throat and upper parts of the lungs had become very much af fected, all of which I knew was the case. 1 com menced taking her medicine in June, and can truly say that 1 am now a well man. I am a trailer, and in the habit ol talking a great deal, aud her curing me will be tbe moans ot hundreds of dollars in my pock ets, as now I can talk without hurting me. Uo and consult her, aud you will be perfectly satisfied. S. H. Stephens, Belfast, Me. Bangor, Mav 15, 1866. Mrs. Manchester—Dear Madam:—When you were in Bangor last summer, I called to see you w ith a child of mine that had been sick lor lour years. 1 luul taken her to a number of physicians, and none could tell what ailed her or even her symptoms. You examined her case, and told me exactly her symp toms from the commencement of her sickness, which were very peculiar; also told me that there was something alivo 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 wrarrant a cure, but would try au^l do the best you could for her. She commenced taking your medicine in August last, and from that time until December, the child lias passed off large quantities of what we call Tadpoles, from rain-w ater, and I think, and am certain that the child must have died had it not been lor you. And I 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 peysidan thut I liave ever heard of. M v child is now perfectly healthy. Please have this published, and let the world know that there is one who practises what they profess to. Very truly and gratefully yours, George K. Martin. lebsdtl Mary L. Martin. LOOK IN —AT— ROLLINS & GILKEY’S, Cor. Congress and Preble Streets, FOR Pl'RE Drugs aud Medicines, and the best preparations for the Hair. Also all TOILET ARTICLES ! N. B.—We also have the EMPRESS ! table dtf GLAD TIDINGS ! W. CEjG. R. Wellcome'* Great German Remedy. PROVES the best Medicine I ever saw for Coughs, Colds, and Bronchitis. It has cured me of a bad case. S. H. PARTRIDGE. find Wellcome’s G. G. Remedy superior to any Medicine I ever trsed in Influenz and Asth ma. I eh-erfully recommend It to the raftering. Richmond, Me. Mrs. J. H. CON ANT. I was sick one year, Anally had a Conned of six doctors, took their prescript 011s. 1 then took one bottle of Wellcome’B G. G. Remedy and got more help from it than all else I have take'n. Watertown, Ct E. J. WALTON. 4 4 4 4 4 4 L. R. I was afflicted eight months with Canker in mouth, throat and stomach. It assumed an alarm ing form. I had to quit • usiness. I took three bot tles ot Wellcome’s Liver Regulator and am quito an other man. 1 have resumed business again. Bangor, Me. S. S. NASON. Wellcome’s Liver Regulator has been worth more than $50 to my wife, for Liver Complaint. Richmond, Me. C. WHITE. Wellcome’s Liver Regulator has been more than one hundred dollars’ benefit to me, for Liver com plaint long standing. S. LOSING. Wo. Yarmouth, Me. Your Liver Regulator is all sold. Send us more. The people speak highly of it. Camden, Me. YOUNG & CUTLER. V. P. C. I regard Wellcome’s Vegetable Pain Cur er, the best thing I ever saw for internal pain and sore throat and lung . I. WIGHT. Augusta, Me. Send two dozen more of Wellcome’s Pain Curer. It is doing wouders here, and throws Perry Davis’s into tho shade. One case ot Sciatic Rheumatism has yielded to it. D. N. KIDDER. Bristol, W. H. Sold by the Trade. Prepared by I. C. WELLCOME St CO., jan4eod&wtt_Yarmouth, Me. a ITS EFFECT IS MIRACULOUS. The old, the young, the middle aged unite to praiae HALL’S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER. It is 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 snre it will do ail we claim for it, that we offer $1,000 Reward If the Sicilian Hair Renewer does not give sat isfaction in all cases when used in striot accord ance with onr instructions. HALL’S Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer has proved itself to be the most perfect preparation for the 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 Bocts and fills the glands with new life and coloring matter. IT WILL RESTORE GRAT UAL It TO ITS ORIGINAL COLOR. It will keep the Bair from falling out. It cleanses the Scalp, and makes the Bair SOFT, LUSTROUS, AND SILKEN IT IS A SPLENDID HAIR-DRESSING I No person, old or young should fail to use It. It is recommended atid used by the FIRST MED ICAL AUTHORITY. Ask for Hall’s Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer, and take no oilier. The Proprietors offer the Sicilian Hair Re newbii te the public, entirely confident that it will bring hack the hair to its original color, promote its growth, and in nearly all casea where it lias I'alldn off will restore it unless the person is very aged. R. P. HALL & CO. Proprietoi) \ Nashua, N. H. |p* Sold by all Druggists. VINELAND. ^ FARM ANB FRUIT LANDM,inamildami healthful climate. Thirty miles south ot Phil adelphia, by Railroad, in New Jersey, on the same line oi latitude as Baltimore, Md. The soil is rich and productive. varying from a clay to a sandy loan.. suitable tor Wheat, Grass, Corn, Tobacco,Fruit and vegetables This is a greatjYuit Country. Five hundred Vineyards and Orchards liavebeen planted out by experienced fruit growers. Grapes, Peaches, Pears &c.t produce immense prof i s, Vineland is already one of the most beautiful places in the United States. The entire territory, consisting of fitly sqnare miles of laud, is laid out upon a general system oi improvements. The land is only sold to actual settlers with provision for public adornment. The place on account of its great beautv, as well as other advantages, has become the resort of people of Jute. It has increased five thousand people within tha past three years. Churches. Stores. Schools, Academies, Societies oi Art ami Learning and other elements of refinement and culture have been introduced. Hundreds ot people are constantly settling. Hundreds of new houses are being con structed. Pi*ice of Farm Land, twenty acre lots and upwards, $25 per acre, Five and ten acre and Vil lage lots for sale. Fruits and Vegetables ripen earlier in this district than in any other locality, north ol Norfolk, Va.Im proved places for sale Openings lor all kinds of business, Lumlier Yards, Manufactories, Foundries, Stores and the like; and Steam Power with room can be rented. For persons who desire mild winters, a healthful climate, and a good soil, in a country beautifully im prov d. a hounding iu iruits, and possessing all other social privileges, in the heart or civilization, it is worthy of a visit. Letters answered, and the Vineland Rural a paper giving full information, and containing reports of So lon Rob nson, sent to applicants Address CH AS K. LANDIS, Vineland P. O. Landis Township, New Jersey. From Report of Solon Robinson, Agricultural Edi tor of the Tribune; “It is one of the mast extensive fertile tracts, man almost level position anil suitable condition for pleasant farming that we know of M»i« side of tLe Western Prairies.* low 01 septVuh&wGin 37 “TMK PB1Y IS miOHTlEK THAN THE ftWORD.” The Gold Pen-Beat and Oheape’t of Pena* Morton’s Gold Pens! The Rest Pens In tlie World! For ,aleat hi, Headquarters, No 25 Malden Lane, New York, and by every duly-api>ointod Agent at the lame prices. gy a Catalogue, with Hill description of Sizes and Prices, sent on receipt of letter postage. no20d*w6m A. MORTON. BYRON B. TERRILL, Counsellor at Law, No. WFreoitreot. JulR MBMCAL DU. J. B. HUGHES CAN BE FOUND AT HDt PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, Aro. 14 I’reble Street. WNe*r""' i>kU<! !*•■•*> .i, be conTOltcd privatelv, and with are suru-rins under the impure eonnueti,m ,.r the terrible vi'I '|n8l1,,'t: ,froal Devoir.,*, hi* entire ti.u,^^ ,^*,0'^ U.e medical profeselen, he 1,-el* larrautol n Scab? anteeino a Cl be in all Cases, wh«h« oM^ne suiiiding or recently coutrocted, entirely removing lie dregs of disease iron, the system, and makimf,i leu and permanent cure. 11 He would call the attention of the afflicted to the fiiet of his long-stamliug and weH-earu.*d reputation furnishing sufficient assurance ot his skill ami sue cess. _ Cautioa 10 thePiWic. Every intelligent and thinking person must know that remedies handed out lor general use should have their efficacy established by well tested experience in the hands of a regularly educated phyaictan, whose preparatory studies lit him lor ail the duties ho must iulul; yet the country is flooded with poor nostrums and cure-alls, purporting to be the best in the world, which are not only useless, but always injurious. The unfortunate should be particular in selecting his physician, 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, for it isa point generally conceded by the host syphilogra phois, that the study and management of these come plaints should engross the whole time of those w ho would lie competent and successful in their treat ment-and cure. The inexperienced general practi tioner, having neither op|*ortunity nor time to mak himself acquainted with their pathology, commonly pursues one system of treatment, in most cases mak ing an indiscriminate use of that antiquated and dan gerous weapon, the Mercury. Hnvei ( uaiHili Mi e. AH who have committed an excess of any kind, whether it be the solitary vice of youth, or tlie sting ing rebuke of misplaced confidence in maturer years, SEEk FOR AS ANTIDOTE IN SEASON. The Paiu3 and Aches, and Lassitude and Nervous Prostration that may follow Impure Coition, arc the Barometer to the whole system. Do not wait tor the consummation that is suro to fol low: do not wait tor Unsightly Ulcers, for Disabled Limbs, for Loss of Beauty and Complexion. Kl«w Tinny Thousand* Can Testify to This by Unhappy Experience I Young men troubled with emissions in sleep,—a complaint generally the icsult of a bail habit in youth,—treated scientifically and a perfect cure war ranted or no charge made. Hardly a day passes but we are consulted by one or more young men with the above disease, some ot whom are as weak and emaciated as though they hail the consumption, and by their friends are supposed to have it. *A11 such eases yield to the proper ami only correct course of treatment, and In a short time are made to rejoice in perfect health. Middle-Aged Men. There are many men of the age of thirty who arc troubled with too frequent evacuations trout the blad der, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burn ing sensation, and weakening the system In a man ner the patient cannot account for.' On examining the urluary deposits a ropy sediment will often be fonnd,nnd somotimes small particles of semen or al bumen will appear, or the color will he of a thin milk isli hue. Again changing to a dark and turbid appear ance. Tliero are many wen who die of this dittleahy ignorant of the cause, which is the SECOND STAGE OF SEMINAL WEAKNESS. I can warrant a periect cure in such cases, and a full and healthy restoration of the urinary organs. Persons who cannot personally consult the Dr., can do so by writing, in a plain manner, a descrip tion of their diseases, and the appropriate remedies will lie forwarded immediately. All correspondence strictly confidential, and will be returned, If desired. Address: DR. J. B. HUGHES, No. 14 Preble Street. Next door to the Preble House, Portland, Me. HT* Send a Stamp lor Circular. Electic Medical Infirmary, TO TUB LADIES. DR. HUGHES particularly invites all Ladies, who need a medical adviser, to call at his rooms, No. 14 Preble Street, which they will find arranged for their especial accommodation. l)r. H.’s Electic Renovating Medicines are uuriyal led in efficacy and superior virtue in regulating all Female Irregularities. Their action is specific ami certain of producing relief in a short time. LADIES will tin! it invaluable in all eases of ob structions after all other remedies have been tried in vain. It is purely vegetable, containing nothing in the least injurious to the health, and may Ik* take* with perfect safety at all times. Sent to any part of the country, with lull directions by addressing DR. HUGHES, No. 14 Preble Street, Portlaud. N. B.—Ladies desiring may consult one of their owu sex. A lady of experience in constant attend ance. janl.lfetVkl&w. CHEROKEE PILLS, Or Female ilegulalor, Cure Suppressed, Ercmaton and Painful Menstruation, Green Sici'Ji• as, Xervous a> d Spinal Af fections. Pain* in t/.e MacA\ M<% IGndarhe, Giddiness, anil all <lh eascs that spring: from irrejrulnrity, by removing the e»ti*»e nnd .nil tbo elfects that arise f.mn it. They are perfectly sate in ail cases, ac cept ukeu fat bidden by direc tion*. and me easy to i.duuni-ter, as they are rkely sugar coated. They should bo In the hand* of every Maiden, Wife, and Mother in the land. Ladies can nddress us in perfect coiii'uL'itte, nnd state their com plaints in .full, as wo treat ail tcmale Complaint*, and prepare Medicines suitable for all diseases to Whii^i they arc subject—Tbl: ty-tn o page pamphlet, in * seab'di nv -!opc, free. The Cherokee Pills nr. sold by all druggists atfl per box, or six boxes for #.'»; or tin y aro sent by mail, free of postage, in an ordinary letter, free from observation, by addressing the solo proprietor Dr. W. E. M£EWIN, 37 Walker St., N. T. * N. IV—Cherokee Pill* No. 2 are prepared for tjitfud rosea, when milder medicines fail; these are w-nt by mail, free of postage, on receipt of $5, the prLa oj moIi box. Dr. WRIGHT’S REJUVENATING ELIXIR, Or, Easrnce of t.ife. Cures General PebUity, Weak ve*, I/i/steiies in Female*, J'a/pita!ion of the Heart and all Nervous Disease*. It re stores new life aud vigor to the need, causing the hot blood of ji* .i nm i r/in yOI,y, course the veins, res %‘*n ‘{JilCoring the Organ* of Ceneot >.fr \_u7 *£fc(ry tion, removing 1m potency utui Ihr Kfixlr rrjuvcn DrbUity, coloring At online** a'r tin: *y*tnn and and fail rigor, thus i»ro\ ii*|r a %verroute Jueaae* perfect -KHmc of Lore" re moving Sterility imi Bai ronness in both sexes, 'i'o th.’ voting, middle-aged, and «ured. there isnoguaier boon limn this **Kllrir of Life’* It gives a new lease of life, causing the weak and debilitated to ha'O renewed strength and vigor. Vr»ce, one bottle $i; three bottles $5; sent by express to any address. Our medicines are sold and recommended by nil re-;>eetable druggists in every part'd the civilised gb.be, S"ino unprincipled dealers, however, try to deceive their customers by selling cheap and worth less compounds in order to make money. Bo not deceived—ask for these medicines and take no others. If the druggist does not keep them, write 1 to ns, and we will send them by express, carefully packed, free from obf*ervation. Wo will bo pleased t«. receive letters with full statements in regard to anv disease with which ladles or gentlemen aro - aiTtick .l Address all letters f**r medicines, l*»mph ^‘•r advice, to the hole proprietor »r. W. R. MERWIN, 37 Walker .it., N. Y. HOTELS. UNITED STATES HOTEL, PORTLAND, MAINE, THc subscriber, recently Proprietor of the COM MERCIAL HOUSE, (which was destroy oil m the great linr.) begs to announce to hie old patrons and tlic public th:it lie has leased the .ibovo hotel and will open tbr I he accommodation of the public gener ally. on Saturday August 11. ‘thankful to liis old customers for past patronage, lie would solicit a continuance 01 the same. TEli MS FAVORABLE. aug*J9-Cm__N. J. DAVIS. Gforham House ! GORHAM, MAINE. THE Subscriber having leased the above House fora term of years, is prepared to ac commodate parties and the public generally, and from his long experience in Hotel knap mg hopes to receive a liberal share i.T the public patronage, having kept a Hotel tor more than twenty years. Charges re;—onabio. dan 15 dSm 8. B. BROWN. MH. REDDY, . MERCHANT TAILOR, AND liKALLK IS GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS. No. 107 FEDERAL STREET. We have in store one ot' the llncst assortment of ENGLISH, GERMAN. FRENCH and DOMESTIC CLOTHS, CASSIMEKEh, Ac., that can las found In Portland. These goods have been selected with great care and especially adapted to the tiuldonable hade, and at prices that camiol fail to please, and all geo.Is thoroughly shrunk and satisfaction guaranteed. A call is respectfully solicited. Thankful to friends for past patronage, hoping to merit a continuance of the same. jaulldtt M. H. REDDY, Proprietor. BRIDGTON_ACADEMY.' THE SPRING TERM of this Institution will commence on TUESDAY, February 2Glh, and continne eleven weeks. C. E. IIIl.TON, A. 1*1., Principal. Competent and accomplished teacher* will be em ployed in all departments of the school Good board furnished in the vicinity at $3.00 nei week. 1 Rooms for self-hoarding easily obtained Text books furnished at Portland prices by the *«!«—,-Tan. ZITKOYS’ German Eating House, 99 Federal Street, PORTLAND, \*7HERE constantly can be found various kiuds W ol German and American Sausages! Lunib'ii Tougncs, bpriuflu* Wwi»» nti«l l.imbur^ i'hrrM. H O LEA ND1S H HE K KINGS, IN SAUCE OR PLAIN. Best Braiulu of Hart linen 1 Also host quality GERMAN MUSTARD which can be got in suitable quantities. ALL It I SUES Usually found In a FIRST CLASS German Eating: Hounc I Feb 20—rl4w Cloaks and Dresses Cut and Made IN the latest stylos, at No- 501} Corner of Brown amt Congress streets. Itb2d4w MBS, E, D FOLSOM, IUII.UOAD8. PORTLAKd SACO A PORTSMOUTH R. R. WBSTEB AUKA.NUEMENT, loiumruriuji .Moniltir, N«r, *'9lh, ls««. Passenger Trains leave Portland for aABPT3BefBoston ms.to A. II., and 2.20 p. at IOr Leave Boston lor Portland at 7.30 A. and sin P. M. ■"* A MechAKIC’s and I.aboke it'e Train will leave Bui delord daily, Sundays excepted, at ti A. »i., and Saco at 6.0*, arriving in Portland at o.lu. Returning, will leave Portland ii,r Saco and Bid* delord and Intel mediate stations at 6.10 p. HI. A special freight tiahi, wiili laswngei car attach ed, w ill leave Portland at 7.10 A. >1. ior Saco and Rid deford, ami returning, leave L hide lord at 6.3a and Saco at 8 46 A.M. FRANCIS CHASE, Snpt. Portland, Oct 29, 1866. leOlldtt | grand trunk railway Of Canada. •Alteration of Trains. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. ^dM^das^ss-% a. m Fond, Montreal and Quebec nt i’ Jy p°5{am» ls*ma This train connects wiih Express tr&ln *r to, Detroit and Chicago. Sleeping cari attSehedXSs Island Pond to QueU-c and Montreal. **UtU tro,u Train i«>r South Paris at &.yo 1*. AI. No baggage can be received or checked alter t time above stated. Trains will arrive as follows — Kroru So. Paris, Lewiston and Auburn, at 8.10 a k From Montreal, Vouchee, «SEc., - - 1*15 j.' M The Comiony arc not responsible for baggage snv amount exceeding #60 in value (and that person al)unless uotiee is given, and paid for at the rats o one passenger for everj #000' additional value. C. J. Bit \ DUES, Manauin'i Director. If. B.ULS T, D)cal Superintendent. Portland, Not. 2, i-''-'-. |g PORTLAND & ROCHESTER R.R. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Un anil oiler Monde, . Dec. IT, legg, WBHB train, will run iu tollowa: Pause nger train, leave Saco Klver lor Portland at 6.10) and st.ou A. M., and X40 P. M. Reave Portland ter Saco Klver 7.16 A. M., 2.0u and 6.45 P. M. Freight train, with laaacnger car altachod will leave Saco Klver lor Portland. 6.50 A. M. Reave Portland lor Saco River 12.15 P. M. fcF"»tagea connect ai Lor ham lor West Gorham, BUwUeb, Steep Kali,, llaldwln, Denmark, Sebago j liridgtou, Loysll, Hiram, Brcwulleid, Fryeburg, Lon way, Bartlett. Jackson, Ltuiington, Coruish.l’of* tor, F readout, Madison,and Eaton/N. a. At Buxton ('outer ler Woot Buxton, Binny-Eaglc, Bouth Liiniugtou, Limingtou, Liiueriok, Nnwfiald, Parsonslield and Oatdbue. A^*^»frfFpa for Bouth WimUiani, Windham HiU and North Windham, daily. _ _ By order ol tin* President. Portland, Dor. 14, iRo«.—dri PORTLAND SJMNEBEC R. R. WINTER ARRANGEMENT, Ltnuuu-Miiiiit Maudnr, Nov. I'itb, IStlti. Cga»*-.L. OT PMWJVTrains leave Portlan I dally SariCSBtS *t L.*Rl P. M., lor bulb, Augusta, Wat ervillo, Kendall s MilB.Skowhegan, auil intermediate Stations, (c.innocticg at Brunsw ick with Audroscog* «*n K. it., lor Lewiston and Farmington, and at Kendall s Mills with Maine Central K it.) lor Bangor and m ter mediate stations. Fari* aslope by thii «v» nte as any other. Leave Portland for Bath, Lewiston, Augusta ami intermediate stations on Saturday only at 7.43 P. M. Mixed Train leaves Portland lor Brunswick and in termediate stations daily, except Saturuay, at G.30 1*. M. Freight Train, with passenger car attached, will leave Portland for Skowhcgun and into mediate sta tion* every morning at 7 o’clock. Trains from Brunswick and Lewiston are duo at Portland at 9.20 A M., and from Skowhegan amt Farmington and ail Intermediate stations at 2.00 P. M. to connect w ith trains lor Boston. Stages for ltookland connect at Bath; and for Bel* ta*tat Augusta, leuvia- daily or. arrivaloi train from Boston, leaving at 7.30 A. M.; and lor Solon, Anson Norridgewock, Athens and Moose Head Lake at Skow begun, and lor China, East and North Vassal ‘*ri‘lat, Va>3a,bor°*i lor L uity ttt Kendall’s Mill’s, and for Canaan at Pishou’s Ferry. W. H ATCH* Superantentloui. Augusta, Oct. 27,18Gd. uovl2dtt MAINE CENTRAL R. R.' WINTER ARRANGEMENT. iatfcfc'-*'1On and alter Monday,November 12th, SSttL!"[JHBsciuicnl, tia.ua will leave Pottlaml tor bansroi and all Inlet tuediule station en ibis line at 7 M A*' M ’ da'ly' *'0r 1'ewist0'’ an<* Auburn only, at , HP-Freight trains for WatervilleanU all interme diate stations, leave Portland at 8.25 A. M, Train train Bangor is due at Portland at 1.45 P. M, tn season to i onnect with train lor boston. From Lewiston and Auburn onlv, at 8.10 A. M. „ , _ EDWIN NOVES.Supt. Nov, I, ls66_ nothitt Through Tickets [To the West, $li Less than any other Bout* v.a tiia Grand Trank Railway l To Detroit,Chicago, all points West, Or «;t Less Via Boston, Vermont Central, New York Central, Buffalo <f Detroit, T« all Poinu Went and Month-Wc.l! tyi’or reliable information or Tickets call at tlie Union rricfcot Office, UNDER LANCASTER HALL, Opp. Preble House _ , „ ifz u" BLANCHABD, Agt. Feb 23—<13m ** To Travelers f Through Tickets from Portland To all Points West <Y South, YU THJB New York Central. trie & l^ike shore. And Pennsylvania Central Itailroads * “'■ "“**“• ,,M"i rales si the Uni h ai . ' ••■'O'1 OUlcc,—LANCASTER HAIjIa UUlU>iNG, Market Square. IV. D. LITTLE A CO., l-eneral Tulwi Agent.. KP* Passage Tickets tor California, via steamers • lrom., w kork oti the 1st, 11th, mid Jlst of each month tor sale at this office,a* heretofore. dc25<Ltwt. - • " ..! STEAM ERS. FARE REDUCED TO BOSTON. Summer Arrangement! Until turther notice the Steamers o< the Portland Steam Packet Co. „ , . willi uu as miloas:— SMai Leave Atlantic Wharf for Boston, , ^^"erevy ereniuc. (gxcci.t Sundavial J Vte?,- Deave Boston the same days at 5 P. >1 tabiulare,.. n «A 2^,..••£JS diS!Tra?cJ'U8t ticket!to be had oi the Ag.nis it re Freight taken as usual. May 22ml, 18«6-dtf L- BILUNa8' A*"*‘ International Steamship (Jo. Eastport, Calais and St. John. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. ONE TRIP PER WEEK. On and after Monday, December wolL-! 'e,.’tl.anil'r \EW BUCNS W1LK, capf K. ir. WINCH Es Uvll, wdl leave Kail Hoad Wharf tool ul Stall) Si., ever-. MONDAY at .1 o clock P. M for Eastpoi t and SI. John ’ RETURNING, will leave St. John every THURS DAY, at 8 o'clock A. M. * 5 At Eaatport stage Coaches will connect lor Ma chtas. At St John the E. & N. A, Railway will connect for Shediae. tif 'l' ieiglit received on days of nailing nntil 4 o’clk P- M. C. C. EATON, ‘ __Ageit. PORTLAND AND NEW YORK STEAMSHIP COMPANY. SEOTI-WEERLY LINE. 1 Tl“" jplfuui.l and fast Steam . alilps D1K1GO, Capt. H. shi k \ Troon, and 1 KANCONIA Cam U>W. TV. SnrinvooD, «ui Cu*,U ^luvther notice, run as follow. Leave Brow ’« W hat I, Portland, everv WFDN’FS DAY and SATURDAY, at 4 P. M.. and leave pier 38 East Pdver, New York, every WEDNESDAY ami SATU K1'A Y, ut 4 o'clock P. tl. ‘ These vessels arc titled up with fine accommoda tion, lor passengers, making this the most snceilv sale and comlorlable roa'e !or traveller, between New York and Maine. Passage, ta state Room r«-00 Cabin passage iS.oo. Meal, extra K 0 ’ Goods forwarded by this tnie to and trom Mon St Jobn.ebeC’llanB°1' llalhi Augusta, Ea-tport and Shippers are requested to send their (Yei bt to the Stf1 “,3 P-M-nn ,h' ''as-'haubey 1-or ti-clgh,,,,-passage apply to J F AMPS «*1’(*Browu's " harl, Portland. BLANOHAKD’S Improvement on Steam Boilers! ON Home boiler* 700 deg*, of heat Is thrown away. making a loss oi 1-3 the ttael, The uination 1* olteu asked how can this be saved. Mr Blanchard has invented a boiler that takes perfect control ot all the heat and make* It do duty in the engine. This in very simple In its construction; alter the engine is in motion the smoke pipe is closed tight, and the wa»te heat carried through heaters, heating the steaiu to any temperature desLed; the reinaluder carried through the water heater. u*mg up all the wasio heat but 200degs.; the heat being reduced so low tnere can be no danger of setting tires by spar k9 thrown from engines, w hich will add much Value to this invention, besides tnc saving 1-3 the luel. For particulars inquire ot WM, WII.MRI), Corner of Commercial Wharf aud Comm< re la] St. Feb 21—dlv LO WELL <XT SENTEJ{, They have roocrupied their old .Lind IV.. Ad v.. Pee 1.1866—aim For Sale. r ur bbic fthwau' " M J£*“het