Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, 6 Nisan 1867, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated 6 Nisan 1867 Page 4
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POKTKY. April. I hear through all the solemn pines The south wind’s pleasant flow, And see the clouds, like happy things. O’er fields ot azure go, While all the sorrow front the eartn Seems melting with the snow. The robin and the bluebird sing' O’er meadows brown and ^ m They can not know what womtiou Is softly budding there, r But all the Joy the,r earUsout, Seems pulsing in the air ... • . through all our days, wfkSthafoned^Fatiier’slove "(lives both our crown and cross. <>]i while beneath the snow-drift buds T,ie flower we love the best, And on the wind-toss’d bough the bird Still builds its happy nest, Prai e God for all the good wc know, , And trust Him for the rest! —Haroer't Weekly. Selected Story. THE DUTCH DYKES. Tlie Story of a Little Hero. The kingdom ot the Netherlands, or, as it is more commonly known, HoHand, owes iU existence as much to the skill and energy ol its people, as to anything else. I he surtsce of a large part of the country is several leet below the l;vel of the sea; and, hut lor the ingenuity and unceasing vigilance of the gov ernment and people, tlie ocean would soon be sweeping over that thriving country, and it would he blotted from the lace of the earth, lint by tlie aid of science and constant labor, dykes, or huge embankments, have been erected along the low, flat coast, by means oi which the yaves are kept at bay, aud the country saved from ruin. These dykes are often sixty teet in bight, especially along thc sliores ot the German Ocean on the west, and those of the Zuyder Zee on the east. The Dutch, taught by experience, are ever on the watch to take advantage of every circum stance to resist the encroachments of tue sea. Holland was originally a series ot banks of sand or mud exposed to inundation from the liliine, aud oilier rivers, as well as iroiu the sea; and thus exhibited a succession of slimy and barren sands, Hut patient industry, by raising dykes against tlie sea and rivers, has convened the waste into a smiling gaiden. These dams or dykes tonii the characteris tic and most remarkable feature of the Dutch landscape. They are sometimes planted with rows ot trees, between which run the cauals and roads ot the country. At frequent inter vals the dykes are surmounted with wind mills, the object of which is, to pump the wa ter from the enclosed land, or polder, into the canal. The most constant care is necessary to keep the dykes in repair; and a sleepless watch is maintained over them at all points. The slightest crevice or crack is at once reported, and workmen are set to repairing it. Not a moment is lost, tor every second gained by the water increases the leak until it sometimes sweeps away the dam, causing a frightful de struction to life and property. At the present day the dyke system has been brought to such a’ state of perfection that overllows are of rare occurrence save during seasons ol unusually violent and protractcu storms. Hut a hundred years ago, the low country was at the mercy ot the sea; tor the dams were vastly inferior to those ot to-day, and tlie system of drainage was but imper ieetly understood. Then overflows were both trequent and terrible. Sometimes miles ol country were laid under water,and thousands ot human beings drowned. The greatest ol all these disasters occurred nearly six hun dred years ago, when the ocean swept away nearly as mu h land as is contained in Wales, and destroyed many towns and several thou sand human beings and cattle. At the time of which we write, more than a eeuturj ago, the low country was in constant danger, auil the season ol storms was always a period ol dread and anxiety to the people. Many were the tales which were told at win ter liresides by the old toik,of dangers incurred and lucky escapes made in moments of peril from the waters, until even the little children came to tliiuk ot the sea with a leeliug ol hoi1 ror and dread, aud to regard it as their mortal enemy. Indeed, we may say that the people were in a stale of constant suspense, which may have done much to give them the patient courage which (hey have transmitted to their descendants. Mothers would clasp tlieir little ones to their breast, and wonder it they would ever grow to manhood aud womanhood, or liow long it would be before the cruel sea would rise in its wrath, and sweep them all into one common grave. Every one, there lore, watched the dykes; and the government always felt assured, that whether the agents were faith I ul or not, the vigilance of the peo ple never slept, and that auy danger would lie detected at once. in the year 1759, there lived on the shore ot the German Ocean, in tlie province of North Holland, a poor fisherman by the name ol Dirk Daiuieker. He had a lainily ol young children, the usual accompaniment ol a poor man s lot; hut he was lucky in having a wiie who made tne best ol tlieir humble condition, and spared no eflbrl to brighten and cheer her good man in his labors. The Daunekers were honest, God-learingpeople, and were respected by all the community. Vet they were very poor, and it was with difficulty that they could procure their daily store of bread aud cheese. The sea supplied them witli list; hut ot meat they had none. Dirk Dauneker's ancestors had been fisher men betore him, and some had found a last resting place in the blue waters whieli had supplied their daily wants in life. His lather hau perished in an inundation twenty years betore and he himself had narrowly escaped being drowned. It had left a vivid impres sion upon his mind, and he shuddered to think of it, though a score ol years had elapsed since then. He had six children, tour hoys aud two girls, all as pale-faced and moon-eyed as the most ardent Hollander could have de sired. They were remarkably good, sensible children—the oldest being just sixteen, and the youngest about seven—and their parents were as proud as they were tond ol them. '1 lie lourlli child, Iiaus by name, was the mother's pet. He was just Urn years old,and had a sweet,-wistlul face, such as any painter would have been eager to transter to canvas. He was a quiet, llioughtiul child, and, though warm-hearted, was undemonstrative. At the first glance you would have thought him ef feminate, but, upon a closer examination ol the features, you could not but think that the grave, tirm bps, which were strongly marked in one so young, were tiue indices of deter mination and courage of the highest order. Eittle Hans loved to listen to Hie stories which Ins lather would tell of the dangers ol a fisherman's lile; but the best ol all to those which related U> the terrible inroads of the sea upon his native land. He pondered over them gravely, aud often spoke to his pareuts of them. Sometimes his father, smiling at his wise re marks, would say: "My little Hans, when yon arc a big man like me, you will be a fisherman, and sail mv boat.” But Hans would reply, gravely: ‘•No; when I am a man i shall ask the king to let me watch the dykes, and I will keen back the sea, and save my country from suf fering any sorrow.” ?ouug as he was, Hans watched bis dykes. Every day, aud every night betore he said his prayers and went to bed, he would go out to the uyke in front of his father's hut, aud ex amine it carefully; and as soon as he was up in the morning he would repeat the search. His mother watched him, wistfully, but said nothing; yet she never ceased to fear that the sea would take him from her. The winter that brought little Hans' tenth birthday was a wild and stormy season. Such a constant aud unbroken succession of gaies had not been known in the Gei man Ocean lor a century. The king sent orders to the low countries to watch the dams with ceaseless care; and an increased force was stationed along the coast with orders to be In readiness to repair any sluice at a moment's warning. Night and day a watch was kept all along the coast. But the best watchman there was little Hans Dauneker. He went his rounds regu larly, and his eyes never passed over a square inch ot the fmbankment without ascertaining thoroughly its condition. One night, about mid-winter, a wild storm was passing along the coast. It was a fearful storm, and had been raging with unabated Violence lor three days. “It's a bad time,” said Dirk Dauneker, gloomily. ‘ If the dykes can stand this, we need iear nothing else,” „,M1nmi0-'1,er l0°kr1 ou Uttle Hans, hut he said nothing; and sat with his eyi fixed dreamily on the fire. Presently he aiose and went into the outer room. There he wrapped lnmsclt in his warm coat, and lit his lather s lantern, lie was leaving the house, when his mother, who had followed him silently laid lier hand on Ins shoulder. “Where are you going, child?” she said ’‘To look at my dyke, mother,” lie reolied “On such a night as this?” ** “I could not sleep, mother, unless I did so. I must do my little work, for home and father land.” The mother could not refuse him; so she laid her hand on liis head, and said, tenderly, “May heaven bless thee and keep thee, child"" The little Hans went out into the storm. He soon reached what he called his post; and v!Very Hi tog safe and secure. Some thing, he knew not what, urged him to go lie »i,'l ,, r," ami he kept on toward ni the dvir»B8h,!ig bls lanlt>rn along the side ol the dyke, and examining the earth will with anxious eyes. Ilf.,..,. , . ", could not turn back. Somethiiia*^ l but. ie him onward—onward. ® kept urging He had been walking on for more than an hour when he suddenly paused, and W down toward the gronnd with a cry of alarm The water was flowing in through a small opening scarce ball ail inch in diameter but as the child watched be could see that it was gradually growing larger. His first, impulse was to return home, and give the alarm; but he reflected that the Owning in the dyke would grow larger every , ti,at it would be too late to ebedTthe water' when his father arrived. Something must he done at once, and he must Jo^e put ilown his iauteru, and with his lit tle hands tned to scrape together earth enough 11 stop the leak. The cold was so in.ense, and the ground so hard, that he made littjc or no progress; aiul the terrible opening iu'the dyke grow larger every moment. Little Hans shuddered, and then paused in perplexity and distress. Then, without hesitating longer, he tote oil' his warm coat, aud rolling it up like a watl, pressed it against the crevice. The wa ter torced it away, however, and the boy found that in order to stop the current he must hold it there with all his strength. He had a brave heart, hut it sank when lie saw this; lor he knew that it would compel him to remain all night, unless assistance came to him, and he was atraid that he would freeze to death in the storm. He hoped, how ever, that liis mother would miss him and search lor him. Yet he knew that if aid did not conic soon his strength would not he equal to the taskot sustaining hislife through the night. Still he was determined to make the elici t, for he knew that if the sea broke through. Us parents and brothers and sisters would he drowned, and all the country round about destroyed. so the child seated himself on the ground, and pressed with all liis might against the opening with his thick coat. Soon he tell that the waterceased to How through. Yet it took ali his strength of will aud body, all his cour age to sustain him, tor lie was growing numb with the cold, and sutt'ering greatly. His pain increased every moment, and then it ceased, and lie felt a dreamy, pleasant languor steal over him. He seemed to hear strains of sweet music, and voices crying, “Blessed child! Rod has blessed the little HansP It was very sweet and he wondered tvhat had become of the cold and storm, hut he never lelaxed his grasp on tlie ojiening. * _ * * When the morning dawned it found Dirk Daimeker and his wile searching wearily lor their child along the dyke, for the storm was dying away, and the sun was coming out again. ••Alas!’’ sobbed the mother, ‘lie has jterish ed in the storm; aud when he lett me, I asked heaven to bless him!” The father paused, aud a great cry escaped his lips. “Look, wife r he cried. “Has not heaven blessed our hoy'! See! He lias made him the savior of our country.” Yes, there lay little Hans, liisfoim stiff and rigid, and his face pinched and pale, but with his hands pressed tightly against his coat, which was now frozen to the dyke. Even in death the child had not relaxed his grasp up on the coat; and, as he had fallen upon it in dying, liis weight had kept pressed against the opening until it froze there. Heaven hud indeed blessed him, for he had made the child the means of saving the prov ince from destruction. Ml SCEL LANEOl'S. “THE PEN IS MIGHTIER THAN THE «WOBD.» The Gold Fen-Best and Cheapest of Pena* Morton’s Gold Pens l The Best Pens in the World! For sale at liis Headquarters, No 25 Maiden Lane, New York, and by every duly-appointed Agent at the same prices. C3T* A Catalogue, with full description of Sizes and Prices, sent on receipt et letter postage. no20d&wGm A» JHORTON. “ J. T. LEWiS & CO., Manufacturers and Jobbers of CLOTHING! HAVE REMOVED TO TI1E 2d, 3d and 4th Stories of 58 * 60 MIDDLE STREET, Over PEEKING, MILLIKEN A CO.’S. Pant and Vest Makers Wa®te March 18. dim Portable Steam Engines, CCOMBINING the Maximum ot elliciency, dura* J lulity and ccou'tmy with the minimum oi weight and price. They are widely and iavorably known, more than OCMl'heing in use. All warranted satis factory, or no sale. Descriptive circulars sent on application. Address J. €1. nOADliBV Ar CO. LAWRENCE, MASS. Feb 8. 18fi7—d3m GAS FIXTURES! JOHN KINSMAN has a good assortment of GAS FIXTURES of all kinds, and will sell I turn as low as they ran be bought in Boston, New York or elsewhere. JOHN KINSMAN, Union Street, meh4dlf PORTLAND, ME. ImJiruMtf FAIRBANKS*1 PREMIUM STANDARD SCALES, Made of the best materials, and in the most thorough manner,and receiv ing constant im mrovments under the s i»crvision of the Original In ventor. Every variety, as Hay Cd&l, Railroad. Platform anil Counter, Drug gists’, Confectioners, Butchers*, Grocers’, aud Gold Scales, Beams, Spring Balances, «SLo., for sale at our WAREHOUSE 118 Milk Street, Boston, Mass. Fairbanks, Frown & Co. Agents for sale of Tilton A ftlcl'nrlnnil’s Safe*, White’* Pa tent IVftouer Drawer*, ami Cressan’s Claw Regulators. Agents in Portland, EMERY, WATERHOUSE «C CO. mar26-d3m NATHAN GOOFF, Merchant Tniloi*, Uas got bock to bis Obi Stand, No. 137 Middle Street, Where he has a splendid assortment of all kinds ot CLOTHS, For Gentlemen and Boy’s Wear, Which he is ready to mako into Garments, AT THE VERY 1,0 WERT RATER. KP“ALL GOODS WARRANTED. P. S.—All old cmtomers and lofts of new ones will find him ready with his tape to “Give them Fits." mar7-dtf manufacture The Most Popular Collars now in Use, AND FOR Ease, Elegance of Fit A Strength of Material Are UiiKiii'jMiKised. LEADING STYLES : “CrmweMt” and “«Jipwy,” enamelled, f (<Linen Finish^’ which, being water-proqf, are taking the lead nt* all ot hers. <*€lipp«r,,’-uL I nip ••red,’’—“died*!,”— null “Mhatkspcart.” Dr. Charles T. Jackson, State Aseayer, having cer tified our collars “ free from all harmless ingredi ents BUY NO OTHEBfl. For sale by dealers generally. F. A HAWLEY & CO. Manufacturers Setting Agents and Importers of _ Men s Furnishing Goods, IS Oil. 4c !I4 Arch Streets, Beaten. Apl leodSw M U N H O ’ s TONIC BITTERS. THIS highly approve.! medicine has now been In general use tor the period of ten years, and has acquired the reputation of being the very best tonic and alterative In;tore the public. Da prominont In gredient, to which it largely owca Ita remedial effica cy, is an extract from a Common American Weld Plant, which as here combined and prepared, is known to the proprietor alone. It is a specific lor the numer ous and serious ailments arising irom a disordered state of the stomach, bowels and blood, such as Debility, Dyspepsia, Foul Stomach, Humors of the Blood and .Skin, Indigestion, Languor, Jirow’binesH, and all kindred diseases. Though pre pared of the best mater nls and with the utmost care, ail'orded at a materially lower p rice ...7,“*ny °ther medicineof (professedly) similar char < the market -for SALE by JAMES K. IAMT & 8*> LIGHTEXPKBSH wagon Fgt Sale Cheap, mar30dtf^* **ATK v. »» Free Sireei. Notice. PERSONS clearing the ruin, or digging cellar, will £nldin»wE3. P,i°*t0 depOSlt 'tox'ntiSTZ sej.tlo dtt_18.ROUNDS. Wharfinger. To Bent, WAREHOUSE on Custom House Wharf. En quire of LYNCH, BARKER ft CO., _noTldif 1H9 Commercial street. A T 1.. W EEKS’ RTOBE, No. 79 and 74 Esre St,., yon can buy as nod articles as nart of clty. an(i deHyered at any ~~h ai /tf 9* 01 char*cluul I,rfc®» satisfactory. s MISCELLANEOUS _ THE CENTRAL Pacific R. R. Co. Having Completed, Equipped and put in operation nearly One Hundred Miles of their Road,from Sacramento, Cal ifornia, to within 11 Miles of the summit of the Sierra Ne vada. Mountains, continue to offer for sale, though us, their FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS issued in conformity with the Acts oi Congress anil the laws ot tho State oi California, upon the division of their lload located in the Stale ol California, ami extending one hundred and titty six miles from Sac ramento City to the California State lino. The Bonds have thirty years to run from July 1, I860, and are secured by a First Mortgage, consitutting an absolute prior lien on the portion of Hoad above nam ed, with all the Sights, Franchises, Equipments, die., pertaining there to. The amount of these First Mortgage Bonds to be. issued i>er mile is limited by law to the amount of Uuited States Bonds allowed and issued to aid the construction of tho Road, and the mortgage by which they are secured is Declared by Act of !••■» grew to constitute n lien prior and superi or to that of the United States Goreruneat. Interest at the rate of Six percent, per Annum, payable Semi-Annually, on the First days of Janu ary and July. Principal and Interest payable in United States Gold Coin, In the city of New York. » The price of the Bonds is fixed for the present at 05 per cent, and accrued interest trom January 1st in Currency, the Company reserving the right to ad vance the price whenever it is their interest to do so. The Road forms the Western part of the MAIN TRUNK OF THE Great National Pacific Railroad, Authorized, adopted, and aided by The United States Government. It runs through the heart of the richest aDd most populous section of the State of California, connect ing the Extensive Mining Regions of Ne vada, Utah and Idaho With Sacramento and the Pacific Coast,from whence their supplies must be drawn; and the Earnings of the portion already running are very heavy, ami 1JLBGELY IN EXCESS OF THE INTEBE8T UPON THE Company’s Bonds. Having been for some time familiar with the ope rations of the Central Pacific Railroad Company, we are satisfied that they are conducted with rare abili ty and prudence, and that the energetic and econom ical management of the Company’s affairs entitles them to the confidence of Capitalists and the public. We have carefully investigated the the progress, re sources, and projects of the road, and have the full est confidence in its success, and in the value and stability of the Company’s securities. The attention of Trustees of Estates, Institutions, and individuals desiring a long, safe and remunerative investment, is especially invited to these First Mortgage Bonds. Orders may l>e forwarded to us direct, or through the principal Banks and Bankers in all parts of the country. Remittances may be mv’e in drafts on New York, or in Legal Tender Notes, National Bank Notes, or other funds current in this city, and the Bonds will be forwarded to any address by Express, free of charge. Inquiries for farther particulars, by mail or otherwise, will receive punctual attention. E’isk Ac Hatch, Baakcrs and Dealers in Government Se curities, No. 5 Nassau Street, N. Y. N. B.—All kinds of Government Securities receiv ed at the full market price in exchange for the above Bonds. Also iST All descriptions of Government Securities kept constantly on hand, and Bought, Sold, or Exchanged. HP**—Old Coin and U. S. Coupons bought, sold, and collected. Deposits received on liberal terms, subject to check at sight• JTJP* Collections made throughout the country. |3P“ Miscellaneous Stocks and Bonds bought and sold at the Stock Exchange on commission lor cash. Special Attention given to the Exchange of SEVEN-THIRTY MOTES of all the Series for the New FI VE-TWENTY BONDS of 1865, on the most favorable terms. marDdtm _ “spring style goods - AND - SPRING FASHIONS! Both for Garments for OUT DOOR WEAR - AND FOR - DRESS SUITS! Have been received by WILLIAM 0. BECKETT, MERCHANT TAILOB, At big sew store and old loca'ion, No. 137 Middle Street. Among bis last accOBsiona are tbe Fancy Stripes for Pantaloons of divers colors, which have recently come into vogue in the forger cities. Many varieties ot FANCY GOODS THICK and SUBSTANTIAL, intended tor busi ness suits during the chilly weather that is yet to come. • * -also Fine Tricots, Twilled Broadcloths, and other Mice Fabric* for in-door occa sions, and Mew Style* Milk* and Cashmeres for Vestings* In short, the best ot the styles of Goods that are to be lbund in NEW YORK AND BOSTON, May here l«e obtained, and his old friends and the public are respectfully invited to examine lor them selves. MFW BTOBE 137 MIDDLE IT, March 21,1»67. dtf New Store—Just Open. BLUNT * FOSS, DEALERS IN Builders Hardware,NailSjGlass,Wooden Ware DOORS. SASH AND BLINDS, and CARPEN TERS’ TOOLS in Great Variety. On Middle, between Hampshire & Franklin Sts Jas. P. Blunt. Ja24d3ra* Jas.A. Foss. OYSTE RS 1 wiluam il darton, AT his stores, Nos. 231 & 233 Congress Street, near New City Building, is constantly receiving fresh arrivals ofNew York and Virginia Oystiws, which he is prepared to sellbv tbo gallon, quart of bushel, or served up in any style. _ January 5,1807. dtf Glass Shades & Stands* JOSEPH STORY Mauutacturtr ami Dealer in Enameled .Slate Cihunky Pieces, Brackets,Pier Slabs, Gi,'.ates and ihmni.t i ops. Importer and dealer In Eng lish Floor J lies, German and French Flower I'ots. Hanging Vases, Parian Bisque and Brolizo Statuette and Busts. Glass Shades and Walnut Stands Bohe mian and Lava VnseB and other wares. 112 TIIEMONT STREET Studio Building mar 15d6in BOSTON, Mass. WRIGHT & BUCK, Proprietors of Greenwood Mill, BVOKNVILLE, 8. C. rvEALERS in Yellow Pine Timber and Ship II Stock. Orders solicited. References—R. P. Buck & Co., New York; Wm. McGilvery. Esq., Seargport: Ryan & Davis, Portland. mar26dtf PAINTS AND OILS, JJpukh, Medicines, Dye* (Stulls, 'Window Glass. AGENTS FOB Forest Diver it- Warren Lead Co.’s CRAFTS & WILLIAMS, Noa. 6 i£(l 0 Commeroial Wharf, Boaton. Dect—TuThStly ItUSCELLASEO US. Lea Ac Perrins’ CELEBRATED Worcestershire Sauce l PRONOUNCED BY Connoiaaeura To be The “Ouly Good Sauce !”| And applicable to j EVERY VARIETY or DISH. EXTBACT of a letter from a Medical Gentleman at Madras, to Ids' Brother at Worcester, May, 1851. “Tell Lea & .***» rins that their Sauce (is highly esteemed m India, and is in my opinion the most pal atable as wen as the most wholes o mo Sauce that is made. Tlie success ol 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 & Peru ins are upon the Wrap per, Label, Stopper and Buttle. Manufactured by IrKA cV PERKINS, Worcester. John Duncan’# Sons, NEW YOKE, Agents for the Dnited States. «c!7dly ITlItMTIJKi: ! The undersigned would respectfully call the attention of the citizens of forllaud to the tact that he iB prepared to offer them PARLOR SUITS —AND ALL— UPHOLSTERY GOODS r BIMOWN illANlIFACTlIRE ! Which he will always WARRANT TO BE AS REC OMMENDED, with Prices Beyond Competition ! N. B.—Repairing af nil kiada neatly and preaiplly done. CHAS. B. WHITTEMOBE, (Successor to Geo. T. Burrceighs Sf Co.,) fc)»20dtf_liASCASTBR MAI,Eo_ $100. $100, WAR CLAIM OFFICE. Patterson &, Climll>oiA-iie, Morton Block, 2 doors above Preble House. M THE new Bounties, under the law approved Jul; 28th, 180*i, Increase of Pensions, Arrears of Pay * Prize Money, and all other claims against the Gov ern inept, collected at short notice. The necessary blanks hare been received, and claim ants should lile their claims promptly. Frank G. Patterson, late Lieut. r»th. Me. Vola. Paul Ciiadbourne, late Maj. 1st Me. C'av. Oct lG-dtf n THOMES, SMARD0N & CO, Have this day opened their IV e w Store ! • NO. 56 UNION STREET, And are prepared to show the TRADE a full New Stock of Fine Woolens, And Tailors’ Trimmings! Just Received trom IVew York and Bouton. And which they offer at the very Lowest Jobbing Prices : The TRADE are respectfully invited to exainine our Stock before purchasing. Francis O. Thomks. George 11. Smardon. marl&dtf HANSON eO WINSLOW'S Steam Mills, Iron Foundry, Plough Manufactory, WE would inform the public that we are prepar ed to furnish Castings of every description to order at short notice. We now have on hand an as sort men t ol Window Weights. Sled Shoes and other castings. We are prepared to furnish Castings for Kail Road Companies and Ship Builders. Also, Planing, Jointing, Matching and Sawing promptly done J. W. HANSON, C. C. WINSLOW. ‘JO York £t.. Head of Smith’* Wharf. Jan 1—<1 The Sunday Morning Advertiser is the largest quarto sheet of the kind in New Eng land, and contains 8torie*» Sketch**, New« of the Day, Market Report* and Telegraphic Dispatches up to a late hour Saturday evening. City subscrib ers supplied Sunday morning, at $2.50 a year, in ad vance. Mail subscribers, $2.0ft. feblDdtf Ilf REDDY, • MERCHANT TAILOR, AND DKALUlt IN GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS, NO. 107 FEDERAL STREET. We have in store one of the finest assortment of ENGLISH, GERMAN, FRENCH aud DOMESTIC CLOTHS, CASSIMERKS, &c., that can be found in Portland. These goods have been selected with great care and especially adapted to the fashionable triule, and at prices that cannot fail to jdease, and all goods thoroughly shrunk aud satisfaction guaranteed. A call Is respectfully solicited. Thankful to friends for past patronage, hoping to merit a continuance of the same. janOdtf M. H. REDDY, Proprietor. Schooner lor Sale. The fine white oak and copper-last onod last sailing Schooner IDA MORTON, 4fl 12-100 tons new measurement, well found and adapted for the Coasting or •Fishing business, is now offered for sale by the Eastern Packet Co. For particulars enquire o M. N. RICH, jan28dtf No. 3 Long Wharf CLOC KS ! Calendar Clocks, Howards Clocks, Office and Bank Clocks, Gallery Clocks, Parlor, and All Kinds of Clocks. 64 EXCHANGE STREET, LOWELL & SEN TElt. Portland Jan. 17tJ», 1867. d6m ' WM. C. D UNHAM, Announces to his friends and llie public generally, that he is prepared to take contracts by the day or job for Excavating: Cellars, Removing: Eartli, Taking Down Walls, Laying Foundations ,&o. Mr. Dunham will execute all contracts entrusted to him with the same promptness, faithfulness and des patch which characterized his last season's work. In regard to which he begs leave to refer to the follow ing gentlemen:—Hon. A. VV. H. Clapp, lion. John Mussev, Hon, VV. W. Thomas, James Todd, Esq., M. G. Palmer, Esq., John P. Pike, Esq. P. S.—All parties wishing earth, ean have their orders filled by leaving them at my office in the CHADWICK MANSION, NO. 240 CONGRESS STREET, mct>M3m PORTLAND, Mt._ Tar and Pitch for Sale. i)d \ / \ BBLS. Wilmiuglon Tar. OUV7 50 “ “ Pitch. For Sale by LVHAN, MON & TO BE V, Mar9tt 11* €«m»«rcinl Ml. | 331 Congress Et, Portland, Maine. L. B. FOLLETTE, HOSIERY AND GLOVES, HOOP SKIRTS AND CORSETS, Ladies’ & Children’s llnderflannels, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 0r Corner of Congress St. and Tolman Flace. JTeb 7, 1867.—<11 y S. WINSLOW & CO.’S NEJW GROCERY 1 HAVING moved Into our now store, next door be low our old Bland, and fitted it for a FIRST CLASS GROCER!, we beg leave to return onr thanks to our numerous patrons for past favors, and inform them and the pido lic generally, that while endeavoring to maintain our reputation lor celling thebest of BEEF, and all kinds of MEATS and VEGETABLES, we have added to onr stock a choice variety of pure groceries, and lio|»e by selling the best of goods At Ihr L«wwt Hash Prior* ! to merit a tair shareot patronage. The same atten tion as heretofore paid to orders tor Meats and Vege tables for dinners. Cart will eall for orders every morning if desired. S. WINSLOW & CO. " No. 2S Spring Street Market. ». WINSLOW. C. E. l’AOE. January 11. , 1*m __ A Good Opportunity IS now offered to those w* f<y make l>»rcha®0 in Watches, Clocks at, *1 Jewelry. Purchasers would do well to ta)l on w. F. TODiT*’ 9S Pr.f, Opposite the Head of Cotton . ,treSt' As he will sell out his Stock of Goods Without Regard to Cost! Preparatory to moving into his new store on Ex change street. CP“ Go and price his Goods and see for yourself. Mar 2- oodCw DEHIiOIN & WDBBf Attcrneys and C'ounsellnrs, at the Boody House, corner ol congress and Chestnut streets. Jy2« MISCELLANEOUS A CARD. fpHEunderrigiMa 1ia,lng AMOVED Irom Ware’s OPEN THIS DAY THEIR NEW STORE Ho. 3 Free St. Blotlu, And would invite the attention of the Clothing, Tailoring & Dry Goods Trade to their Large and well Assorted New Stock - OF Foreign & Domestic Woolens, TailorsTrimmings, —AND— Gentlemen’s Furnishing Goods! Purchased the pant, work tor Cash, which will be offered to the trade at the lowest market prices. Soliciting your patronage, we remain Yours Very Truly, CHADB0U1N & KENDALL. Jannary IS, 1«G7. Clothing Cleansed and llepairsd BY WILLIAM BROWN, formerly at 91 Fedora! street, m novr located at his now store No 04 Fed eral nt, a tew doors below Lime street, will attend

to his usual business ot Cleansing and Repairing Clothing of all kinds with his usual promptness. i-^Sr'Seoond-hand Clothing for sale at fair prices. Dan 8—dti J. & C. J. BARBOUR, Manufacturers and Retailers of Boots, Shoes and Rubbers, NO. 8 EXC HANGE STREET, PORTLAND, MB. I.ndies’ and Minsm’ Merge and CalfBMla. Mcn’a Fine C'alf and Thick Root*. Boy**’, Youths’ and C'hildrea’N Boots and g|HMt Rubber Roots and Mhoew of nil kinds* OAK AND HEMLOCK BELTING. LACE LEATIIEIt. HOI VHNI N HOSE, ENGINE HOME RUBBER BELTING, RUBBER PACKING. Kuhhrr Clothing, Knbbrr 11 owe. JOHN BARBOUR. C. J. BARBOUR. E. R. BARBOUR. nov'^6 <ltt Crossman’s Polish, Crossman’s Polish. Crossman’s Union Furniture Polish! THE best in tlie world for Polishing Mahogany, Walnut. Stair-Posts, Kails, Counters, or any kind ot Furniture. This Polish has l*een use*! by Mr Ciossmau lor the last twenty years, giving perfect sat isfaction to all. It is warranted lo stand a temj»ora- * ture of two liundred degs. of heat, and is not other wise easily defaced. Furniture polished with it will be perfectly dry and readv for use in five minutes al ter the Polish is put on. Price Seventy-Five and Kit ty Cts. per bottle; anyone can use it by following the Directions on the bottle. Reference—-Messrs C. S: L. Frost,Capt Inman,US A, Messrs. Breed & Tukey, Benj Stevehs, »JrM Win. Allen, N. M. Woodman. For sale by Burgess, Fobes & Co, W. F. Phillips & Co., H. R. Hay Co, Samuel Rolf, U. W. & A. Deering. Manufactory 376 Congress st, up stairs, opposite head of Green st. S. C. RIGGS, Agent. dec28dlt Portland, Maine. Barbour & Dennison Hare opened in Cliarabora lerer the retail Store of J. Ar C. J. Bar bour,) A FKES11 ASSORTMENT OF French & German Calfskins, A large variety of Tampico Kid and Goat Morocco. Superior finished Oak Tauneil,Polhhcil nod Oiled Grain Breather* Barbour Brothers famous Irish SHOE THREADS, by dozen or halo. PHILA DELPHIA CITY TANNED Sohi Leather, light and heavy. Slaughter and Spanish Sole Leather, extra quality. Women’s Rubber Over-shoes, made in France, quality supdMor to American, ami sold at much lower rates. General assortment of BOOTS and SHOES, sold by dozen or case, at luict st cash rates. Shoe Stock exchanged for manufactured work Liberal advances made on first quality of Boots and Shoes. NO. IO EXCHANGE KTIIKRT. CHARLES J. BARBOUR, tebl9d&w2iu WILLIAM E. DENNISON. EUREKA ! EUREKA !! /"IALL at 351 1-2 Congiess Street., and see the Kj KUBHKA CliOTIIiS WRING HU !! Warranted the best Wringing Machine ever invent ed. It is entirely s-elf adjusting, the most simple in construction and is less liable to get out of order than any other in use. Knowing we have an article which will give perfect satisfaction, we respectfully solicit a share of public patronage. For sale by COX. A ROW AILS, Agents for the State of Maine. Portland, March 5, 1hi>7. niartidtt To Mill Owners and Corporations. THE PORTLAND COMPANY, PORTLAND, ME., Are prepared to till all orders at «liort*notice, and on as favorable terms as any other establishment tor Portable and Stationary Engines, OF ALL SIZES, Flue and Tubular, Rollers, TANKS AND HEATER*, Bleach Boilers for Paper Mills, Mill Gearing and Shafting OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. And all kind* of CASTINGS lined in Water Power and Strain Mill*. GEORGE F. MOUSE, Supt. JACOB McLELLAN, Treas. March 15. d3iu JORDAN & RANDALL HAVING REMOVED TO TUE Store No. 145 Middle St., (Evans Block,) Would respectfully Invite the trade to examine their stock of Tailors* Trimmings, Selected Expressly l'or this Market. By personal attention to business wo hope to merit a snare of public pat rouge. WILLIAM P. JORDAN, GEO. A. RANDALL. Portland, March IS, 1867. dtf SPERM, WHALE, LARI), BINNACLE, And L URRICA TING OILS, Sperm Candles ! At WHOLESALE and RETAIL ! A. P. FULLER, ‘AOS Eore Street. arWANTED—Three or lour, hundred or hun dred and lilly gallon Oil Cans. inarlGdSm Corn. Corn. A K AAA BUSHELS old high mixed and 1 l/,V/v/V/ Southern Yellow Corn. High' mixed now landing. For .lie liy E. H. BURCIN A CO., mchlldtr 120 Ceramercial Street. Organs and Melodeons I SMALL «TkNIGHT, (Nuceessors lo Jr. D. Cheney,) WOULD inform their friends and the public gen erally that tliey are permanently located at 16 iflAKKET SQITAUE, and ready to supply all in want of Organs or Melo deous, and will spare no expense to sustain the repu tation of instruments from this manufactory in years past. < ‘rgansand Meludoons to let. Repairing promptly attended to. mcli9d&wliu Marrett, Poor & Co Having taken the Chambers 311 CONGRESS STREET, ADJOINING MECHANICS* HALL, Are now prepared to offer their Irieuda and the pub lic a largo and well selected stock ol CARPRTIM8! Paper Hangings CURTAIN GOODS, Ac., S3T* Purchasers of tho above goods are respect fully invited to examine our stock which is New, Clean and Desirable. July SO <Jtf Photographs! Photographs! A. S. DAVIS, WOULD cespectftilly inform lib former customers and the. public generally, that he is now locat ed at. No. 27 MARKET SQUARE, where lie wuuld be happy to receive all those wishing for Photograplis, Ambrot ypes, etc. N. B. All work warranted. 27 MARKET SQUARE. 27 MARKET SQUARE. janl4—3m* Notice to Builders. THE Plasterers’ Association of Portland, and vi cinity arc prepared to furnish first class plaster - stucco workers and mastic workers in any num ers, squired, at regular prices. They are also pre ber tl > do whitening, coloring, cementing, and ev pared t. Pertaining t<> the trade, in tiie best manner, ery thing 4 honest notioe. Apply at Plasterers' Hall, and at tlie •. -. 345 Congrete Street (Third Story). Green b Block, ♦ March 27. at* * m MEDICAL. i~ ITS EFFECT IS miraculous. The old, the young, the middle aged unito topraiM HALL’S VEGETABLE SICILIAN RENEWER. Ik an entirely new scientific discovery, combining many of the moat powerful aud restorative agents in the vegetable kingdom. We have such confidence in its merits, and are 80 sure it will do all we claim fur it, that we otfer $1,000 Reward If the Sicilian IIaib Renewer docs not give sat itfaction in all cases when used in strict accord ance with our instructions. ... 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 Roots and fills the glands with new life aud coloring matter. it wiith ccstock an at iiaik to its omaixAz coion. It will keep the Hair from falling out. It cleaners the Scalp, and makes the Hair SOFT, LVSTItOVS, AN I* SILKEN IT IS A SPLENDID HAIR-DRESSING! No person, ot<l nr vonng should foil to use H. It is recommended ami used by the FIRST MED ICAL AUTHORITY. Jf Ask for Hall’s Veoetable Sicilian Haik Rknkwki!, and toko no other. The Proprietors offer the Sicilian Hair U* kkwkr to tho public-*, entirely confident tlmt it will bring hack tho hair to its original color, promote its growth, and in nearly all cases where it has fallen oir will restore it unless the person is very agrsl. R. p. HALL & CO. Proprietony Nashua, N. II. Sold by til Druggist*. DOMESTIC BITTERS, INDIAN HIiDDD PI'BIFIKR !! fl 'HESE Blttciff are made from the original recipe. 1- obtained of a celebrated ludi:m Physician, by old Dr. GonhLof Mohawk. N. Y.,and are vvair:*ntei.yui perior in ©very resjfect to Kennedy’s Medical Discov «fry; Townsend’s, Bull’s, or Sands’ Saisupar.lla; .Janes'Alteralive; Weaver’sSyrnp; Atwood’s, Lang ley’!*, or Abbot’s Bitters, and all other preparations o! a similar nature ever compounded. We challenge the world to produce their equal! for purifying the blood, ami curing Scrofula, Salt ftheum, Krysipelas, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Dyspeiisia, Rheumatism, daumiice, Liver Complaint, OMtiveness, Bilions Af fections, Indigestion, Headache or flerieral Debility. W. W. WII1PPLK A CO. Wholesale and Retail Agent*, 21 Market Square. March 6. «'3m c /t o u p! v n o v p > DR. HOOKER’S Cough and Croup Syrup CROUP, COUGHS FROM COLDS, Hoarseness, Ciitarrbal Coughs, COUGHS FROM HUMOUS AND BRONCHIAL COUGHS, and jdves speedy relief i 11 Whooping Coughs, rmd Asilunn, and often cured the latter, and inraviatdv slinvtfnn ♦»!«> run ot Hie fo:m>*v. Sri,*'Child reu are liable to Me attacked with Croup without a moment’s warning. It is, therefore, im portant that every tamilv should have constantly at hand some simple and plciwmt, yet fittrefwMmis rem edy tor the cure of this painful and too often fatal disease. Such a remedy is Dr. Hooker's Cough nn«l Croup Syrup. For salo by all Druggists. t. l>. LEET, Proprietor, Springfield, Mass. Demos Barnes & Co.. 21 Park Row, Now York, will also snpply the Trade at List Prices. Mar 2Tcowly PIONEER LADIES. trSE THIS AND NO OTHER, And witli your PASTRY yon will have no bother; At every grocers you can get it, Try a box and you will ne’er regret if. This Yea.-l Powuler is used by all first-class Ho tels and lies an rants throughout tpo country, and is linding its way into every household where good Yeast Powder is appreciated. Samples Free. Every box warranted to give satisfaction or money refund ed. Manufactured by TAYLOR & YOUNG, 186 Front. Street, N. Y. OH U Roll ELL, HUNT & MELCll F.R, 87 Commercial St. D. B. RICKER & CO., 18 » Fore Street, t mar23eodlm* Agents lor Maine. HOTELS. Gorham House ! GORHAM, MAINF. THE Subiscribcr having leased the above House tor a term of year?*, is prepared 10 ac commodate parties and the public generally, and from lifelong experience in Hotel keep itig hopes to receive a lib**»1 fbare of the public patronage, having kept a Hofei for more than twenty yearn. Charges reasonable. JnnlS ilBni S. B. BROWN. ASSESSOR NOTICE. rnHK Assessors ol tlio City of Pot Mam I hereby give I notice to all pemuB liable to taxal »on in said city, that they will be in session every secular day. troiu the secondto Llie thirteenth day of April next inclusive, at their room in Market Hall Building, Irom ten to twelve o’clock in the forenoon, and Irom three to live o'clock in the afternoon, lor the purpose ol re ceiving lists of the polls aud estates taxable in said eitv. And all such persons are hereby notified to make ami bring fo said assessors, true and perfect lists of all their jiolls and e-tales, *>ud all estates real and personal, held by them as guardian, executor, admin istrator, trustee or otherwise, as on the first day ot April next, ami be prepared to make oath to the truth ot the sanies And when estates of persons deceased, have been divided during the past year, or have changed hands from any cause, the executor, administrator, or other persofi interested, is Iu rflby v.arn.d to gi\e notice -t such change; ana in default ot such notice will be held under the law to pay the tax assessed although such estate has been wholly distributed and paid over. Particular n tice is hereby exteu Jed to all ltci-sons in said city, who have lost their pnqwrty by tire, to give .in a statement within the time aforesaid, ot the losses anti the amount of insurance thereon, if any; otherwise they may be liable to be taxed thereon us though they hail been fully insured. And any [lerson who neglects to comply with this notice, will be doomed in a tax according to the laws of the State, and he barred ot the right to make ap plication to theCounty f’oinmission- is Ibr iiny abate ment. of his taxes, unless be shows that he was una ble to ofier such lists within the time hereby ai> nointed. S. B. BECKETT,) W.M. BO Y D, ( Assessors. WM. H. FOYE, ) Q^BIank schedules will l»e furnished at the room ..I \ wui.quoi'a Portland, March 2S, 181,7. mar "C--tapll4 N 1* It ING - AND - SUMMER GOOUS ! —AT— P. R. FROST’S. HAVING Just rctfcuhned from the market with a tine stock or goods adapted to the Spring and Summer trade of this place, which I will manufac ture from my own personal cutting and superintend ence Ten per cent. Cheaper Than any other tailor can do, from the same quality of Goods. As my expenses are that, much mailer than theirs which advantage 1 will give my customers. My place of business is 332 1-2 Congress Street, Jilt above Mechanic*’ Hall, oa the oppo site aide of llsc Street, Where I shall lx* happy to nee larse qnantl ies ot customers, to prove my assertbin true. P. B. FltOST, l-Ji Congress St. March 20—* 13m Winslow’s Machine Works ARK now located on Cross Street rear of our toriu er Shop on Union Street,and we are prepared to do Machine Work, Foryiny, Steam, Water and Gas PipiuK', On the most favorablo term.'*, anti at the shortest no tice. Steam healing by high or low pressure, we make one of our »»►©dallies. Our long experience n this line ( having first clans workmen, )enables us to give good satisfaction to our cuatomeia. jPuuipn with plain or liahnniwd lr*a pipe faruinhrd and pul «P'“ lfce "<‘*1 We have the Agency ot some ot the be:! manufac tures ot machinery in the country. 1 in > I risers will do well to cull tpid examine price and lid and cata logues. D. WINALOW A MOM, Proprietor*. Feb 19 d3taw&w2m_ CI«»AKM. 200 M. imported aau domed ic Cigars lor sale by C. C. MITCHELL A SON, juliStt 173 Fore Street WEDitAlU DU.j.B.MHOHEN CAN BE FOUND AT BIS PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, | Mo. 14 Preble Street. Wnarthr I'ri blr IIomm-, W HKBK lie can l»> consulted privately, and with I Hie utmost enntidci. by ,,le , tcd. at uniirH daily, :ui«| h a. M. In a l"; jg oiHinilm 'vhu ®r<! siiibring under the .irn.ile diseases In-llier arisiii- trim impure cojrneeHnn nr rlu- teunde vice or mlhnbusv Uevotiutc lus enure lime to Unit |iarlk nlar branch oi the medical profession, lie u.U vi ,11ranted In III' Vit— ANTEEINCI A Cube in all Casks, whether oi i„„u standing or recently i-untrocted, entirely remuvina the drees oi disease tom tin; system, and maklne leet and l-EKMANKNT cube. Hr would call tlioattention of the afHieted to tl„ fact of his long-standini; and •ull-enriKsI reputation UiriiishiiiB sulheieiit assurance ol Ins skill and suc cess. __ Caution to the Public. Every intelligent and thinking person must know ( hat remedies handed out lor general use should Inyo j htlj ethcaev established !►> well touted eipericiiee in i the hands of a regularly educated physician, whose preparatory studies lit him for all the duties lie must fulfil; yet Mu country is Hooded with |»oor nostrums ami cure-alls, purporting to the lies! in the world, which are not only useless, but always injurious. The unlbrtunah should he |-AUii«ILAK in selecting liis physician, its it is a lane utablc yet im ontroverti Me fai-t, tliat wnny s> philitie patients are maite mis erable with ruined eoinUjiulious b> maltreatment from inexperienced physicians in general practice; lor itlsa point generally conceded try t holiest svphilogra phers, that the study and Inuiageuicnt of iltcse come plaints should engross the whole time of those who would Ik* competent ami successful in fhelr treat ment and cure. The inexpcricis'-wd general practi tioner, having neither opportunity nor time toiuuk liiinxclf uc.pmintcd w ith their |«rthology, commonly pursues one system ol treatment, in most cases mak ing an indiscriminate ascot that antiquated and dun gerouM weapon, the Mercury. Iff live <!ondrfrnrr. All who have committed an excrsi of any kind, whether it U: the. military vice of youth, or the still ing rebuke ol misplaced confidence in matnrei years, _ *BKK WR AS ANTIIh.TRIS SEASON. The lams umi Aches, and Lassitude and Nervou.' 1 rostral ion tlmt may follow Impure Coil ion, are.the Barometer to the whole system. IK) not wait for the consummation that is sure to fol low ; do not wait lor Unsightly Ulcers lor Disabled Limbs, tor Loss of Beauty ami Complexion. llww Hinny Tfe«u»antl» t:iiM Testify i» Tho by Unbappy Kupi runtr! Young men troubled with » missieim in sleep,— a Complaint generally the n sult of a l*ad hnlut in youth,—treated sciciitilh ally uml a perfect cure war ranted or no charge made. Hardly a day pawen but. we are consulted by one or 1 wore young men with the alcove disease, nun. ol , whom an; as weak and emaciated as though they had the consumption, and by their tre nds arc supposed to have it. All such efefeft yield to thejpoper and only j corfeft t ours.' of treat ment, and in a short time at * made to rejoice in perfect health. There are many intu 01 the age olthirty who are ' troubled with too fnqm.ut evacuation* from the I der, often ntcoiiipaniott hy a slight amaifing or bum ! ing sensation, and weakening the system in a man- j ner the jwitient eaimot account for. On examining the urinary de|tosits a ropy sediment will often be loiind, ami sons times small |<iri inks of semen or al jwwm will appear,orihocolor will boot a iIdo null. - isli hue. again changing to a dark and lurldd upj*:w auce. There are matt) men who die of this diuiculi> ignorant of the cause, Which is the HKt SND STAQROrURMnAli WKAKNPSS. I can warrant a perfect cure in such rases, and a full and lieatthy restoration «f the urinary organs. Pyiwj who fay* pomawlly cooawl t&a Dr., can do so by writing, iu a pkiin manner, a descrip tion of their diseases, and the appropriate remedies will be forwards! iinbu-diateiy. All correspondent strictly confidential, and will be returned, If desired. Address: . Dl*. *>. JLB UGlfftSS, * ' No. M>r.tie street, Next door to the Preble House, Portland, Ale. Send a Stamp lor Circular Elect ic Medical lu/lrinary, TO Till: 1.AJ.MIS. DU. HUGHES particularly invites all Ladies, win. need a medical adviser, to call at Iuh rooms, No. 11 Preble Street, which they will liml ui r inged lor tliqii especial m ronnuisiation. Dr. H.’s KU* lie itcitovaliiig Medicine* arc unrival led in ettirary and superior virtue in regulating ail Female Irreguhirilies. Their action is specific mid certain of producing relief iu a short time. LADIES will tiud it iuvultiahlc in ail eases of ob structions alter all other remedies have been Iried in vain. It p purely vegetable, containing nothing in the least injurious to the health, and may Ik; takei with perfect safety at all times. Seal to any port of the country, with full directions by addressing DU. HUGHES, No. 14 Preble Street, Portland. N. B.—ladle* desiring may consult one ofiheii own sex. A lady of experience hr constant attend ance. jan 1. t h$. *v. rpiIE ICxIiiiusic.l Powem «f Nnlurr 1 which are mcompanied by so many alarm >ng symptoms—Indisposition to Exertion. Loss «d Mem ory, Wakefulness, horror el disease, irembling.pros Iration. It is a speedy ami ciicciual reined v lbr all diseases of the Bladder and Kidneys, obstructions of the Urine, Gravel, .Stricture pain in the back or joints, Stone iu the Bladder, Diseases of the Pros trate Gland, Involuntary Emission*, Dropsical Swellings, and disc:ises ot the Urinary Organs in men, wtaucu and children. ( IT WILL CUBE All weaknesses arising from Excesses, Habits of Dis sipation, Early Indiscretion or Abuse. OK. FUl.hEK^ EXTRACT OF BUCHU Is given with great success iu all compl-iini* of the Urinary Organs, wbetbeii now oa long sltui ling. <>Aiaorrliaa, (<iirrt, tV<nkurN«t Chronic Catardy Irriiafiou of tk* Bladder, and re tention or ineoniTu',uce ofurme, from a loss oi tone in t tie parks eoneCined in its evacuation. It Is also recommended for Dy*|iepsia, Chronic Kheumatisiii, Eriipiions on the Skin, and Dropsy. It is The VViuiile'N Friend. Ill nil aJfcction* peculiar to Females, the BUCHU is invaluable in Chlorosis or retention, irregularity. Painful or Supj rested Menstruation, Leueomea, or W hi Us, and all complaints Incidental to the sex, wliether arising from iudiscretieii.or iu tiiodecline or chauge of life. For Pimples on the Knee, use the Buchu. Put up in Larger Bottles, Stronger ami Better in Quality, and Less iu Price, than auv other so-called Extract of Buchu. Fricc^Oue Dollar Per Dot He, or llulf-dor. for P'ive lh>)lsrrt. Prepared and for sale by HEN BY A. CHOATE, Chemist and Druggist, under Kevere llonse, Boston. Briail by all Druggists everywhere*. Wholesale Agent W. F. Phillips A Co., Portlaml, G. C. Goodwin & Co., and Messrs Cartev A: Wflev, Boston, Mass. marJJ.b'm The Eye, Ear, Catarrh - A*l> - T II R O A T . ITluiichcdrr .ITHK INl»Kt*KN»ENT CLAIR VOYANT1 JSelectie Pkyslritm ! l''rora 018 Broadway* New York, hfw returned to 1 Portland, and cnn l« consulted at her rooms at the Preble House. Crriiflralc* •< turm, Thia is to certify that 1 have liceii ewfed of Catarrh in the worst Ibrm, by Mrs. Manchester. I have be*-n to New York and Boston, have paid out large sums ot money, uml was never InmeHtted, but in most ail eas es insole worse. 1 saw Mrs. M. in dime. Sl»e told me my ease wes a had one, Urn tubes in Hie throat ami upper parts of the lungs laid Uaoim* very much af fected, all of w hich I knew was the i-ase. 1 com meucod taking her medicine In dime, ami ran truly say that I am now a well man. I mini trader, and in the habit of talking a great deal, and her curing me will lie the means of hundjredsoi dollars lu in> pock ets, aa now I can talk wii Hoot hurting iue.. iio and consult her, and you will is* perfectly satisfied. S. 11. Jyfl l UtNS, Belfast, Me. Banoor, May 15, iwtfi. MltM. MANrmcHI i;r—JHair Mu lam:—When you were m l’augor last summer, I railed to see y*n» w Kb a child of mine that had been si*k for lour years. 1 had taken her to u number of pliysw-ians, mid none could t*‘ll what ailed her or oven her by mplmmt. You examined her ease, ami told mo ©xi*Uy her sy:np toius from the commencement of her s-i.kncss, win* h were very peculiar; also (old mo that there \y;u» something alive in her, ami also said there w as a num ber of them, and (old in© that she drank (hem from a rain-water cistern. Yon said that vou would not warrant a cur©, but would try ami do the best you could for her. She commenced taking your medicine in August lust, and from that time until Dwenibor, tli© clifld has passed oft' largo quantities of w hat w© cal! Trulpolrs, lYom rain-water, ami I think, and am certain that the child must have died had It not he* n tor you. And I advise everybody to sec Mrs. Man chester, ft>r I know (hat she luis the power of kitoiv ing the con*litioii of a (ternon diseased • setter than any l*eysii tan Unit 1 have ever lieaid ot. Mv ebild is non pertcctlv healthy. Please liav© this published, and let the world know that there is one who practise© what they profess to. Very truly ami gratefully your*, <!koi:ok K. Martin'. feh5*ltt Maky L. Marti* I>K. klOl’KINS* Catnrrh Troelies’ Will (hire Catarrh, Coughs, Cohls, floor sc U4*s, Bronchilis, (toil oil ajJ'ctioHS tj the Throat. PHblir Spmkcrs nntl Hanger* a«r them. Ministers, lawyers. Doctor©, Sea < aplaiiis, ail um them with the I teat results. Among the bundled* ot thousands who have used Lin ui, there is but one voice, and that ol approval. They invariably pro mote digestion, ami relieve Kidney Afteclions. *lu»t try one l»ox and you will be convinced. 1‘RKCARKD BY E. II. IIUPKINN, M. O., I4‘J U n.liiiagtan Sir, , ,, RoM.n, Hut. Wholesale Ageiil* li,r Maine,— W. K. Phili.ii-s * Co., I poHiM,,!. bATH.VB \VtWJ>, t Sold at. Retail by all Druggists. tebi’MiSw11 GREAT DISCOVERY I ItOOKUS’ Excelsior Pain Curer. Tlie Best Preparation Ever Unde For Hie following Coiniilaints: ALLNFRVncs ami N I’t'RAI.GTO PAINS, rJ.El'UISY FAINS. RHK1 MATISM, TOOTHACHE. HEADACHE. EARACHE, STIFF NECK, ’ DIPHTHERIA, Si IRE Tl I i:0.\T ami Ad UE. Also Invaluable In all cases ofSpralns »ml Bruises. Trv II and yon will be satisfied. Mann far Hired and sold wholesale and retail by \V. W. Rogers, Ilainiiden Corner, Maine. Sold in Portland by H. 11. IIA V & CO., wholesale and retail. Jal2dGm* II. w. SIIWONTON & CO., 341) Congress St., ITp Stairs. Vanr l.iaea fallan Tuckeil do ”ve. Cloud**) 8Tc. P^tfclcd C loud* Shetland Veil* 50 and 75 CU. 5Jjr~Worsted Goods at Koduced Prices. jal’4dtf lUlLliOAm. PORTLANDS ROCHESTER R.R. SPRING ARRANGEMENT. On ami after Monday, April l 1667. trams will run m foiW« ’ # Passenger train* leave Saco River l«»r Portland at R.Mt and M OO A. M., mid 3.40 P. M. Ia*av«> Portland lor Saco River> A. M., *2.U» and 6.15 P. M. Kn ight train* with |nww'U|?rtr car attached will leave Saco River tor Portland. IJ..r»o A. M. Leave Portland tor Saco River 12.15 P. M. Stages connect at Uorhaiu for West Gorham, Sfcaudish, Steep Falls, Baldwin, Denmark. Sebago, Brid"ton, Lovell, lliram, firowidield. Fryeburg, Oonwav, Bartlett, Jackson. Limington, Cornish,Por ter Freedom, Mmlison. and Eau.n/N. H. At Buxton Center for West Buxton, Bonny-Eagle, Booth Bonington. Limington, Limerick, Newfield, Parftonsfiold and 0*sipee At Swit»rai>p# fur South Windham, Windham HU) and North Windham, daily. By order oi tlie i rt-.i.l. n t. Portland, A|,r. 1, IBtT-dti POKTLAND SACO £ PORTSMOUTH R. R. WIN TEU AUltA N(JEM KN l-, ('■rnnH-arlas N«t. Id lb, ISO*. r -• : i t ;n^..|ig, r Truiit* leave P,.rlluti«l liif HtK.411 A. M„ uml 2.;:u P. M. Leave Boston lor Portland at 7.30 A. M.,aud 2.3# P. M. A ,\lK( HAVW',sa'..l LAnopKH’K Train will h ave lliddtdonJ dailv, Smitlays excepted, at ♦* A. M., ami Saco at ti.UK, arriving iu foil land at 6.4o. Returning, will leave Portlaiul i«*r Saco au«l Bid di tord andiniermediate slai i»*im at P. M. A .'1h*a*1uI freight I lain, with passenger rar attach ed, will leave Portland at 7.M A. M. for Saco and Itlddcibrd. and retiming, leave Idddrtord at s.:iO ami Saeo at 8 4» A. M. FRANCIS CHASE, Snpt. Pot (laud, Del 18641. leblldtf ] GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY Ot Canada. _A.ltora.tion of Trains. WWTKK AHKANOEMEXT. l~BTiBKMn 0,1 !in'* ft,lcr Mcutlau, Nnv. 12,181 ' llfcelrains will run as tallow*.— , Train lor South Pans ami Lewiston, at7.40 A. M Mail Train tor Walerville, Bangor, Gorham, I dun Pond, Mont real aud Otivbeu at 1. lo P. hi. 'Iliis tin connect* with Express train lor Toron to. IK-trail and Chicago. Sleeping earsattucln d from Island l'ond to UurU-c and Mont teal. 'IY»m Gir ooiilli Paris at ft.ue P. M. No baggage can be tenelveil or clicckeil alter time above elated. Trains will arrive as follows — Prom So. Paris, Lewiston ami Auburn, at 4.10 m From Montreal, lonelier, Ate., - - 1 15 l- m The Company are not responsible lor baggage any amount extending $5o in value (ami Hint person ul) unless notice in given, and paid for all lie rate o one passenger for every $5onadditional value. t • ’L MU ) i)t',/,'V, Mmni'/iny Director. II. li.ULKJ , IahuI Su/ieriuitnulevt. Portland, Nov. J, IMG. PO .n aHD 1 KENNEBEC fl. R. WINTER ARRANGEMENT, CoMi*M<‘tt<-ia»a& Muudn>, Nov. I jfh, IHGil, ngSrtgJhairi I'assenger Trains leave Portland daily at I.0H P. M., li»r Bath, Augusta, Wat evvTTIe. K* ndull’s Mill-, Ski.w began, ami intermedia!a Stations* (connecting at Braiiswlek with Androscog gin If ft., for l.ewi.ston ami Parunngton, and at Kendall’* Mills with Maine Central It. It.) tor Bangor ami interniediateatatkms. Farm an low lu th»4 •••nit a v* unft "tin. |. <0 Leave Portiand( lor Bath, Lewiston, Augusta and intermediate stations on Saturday only at 7,ir» p. M. Mixed Train leaves Portland for Lrunsu i< k and in tyun diute stations daily, except Sal uiuay, at o.'JO 1*. Freight Train, with jmsfieng^r car attached, will leave Portland tbrSkowbegan ami into mediate sta tions every morning at 7 o’clock. Train* tVom Bran*wick and Lewiston are due at Portland :it 11.25 A M., and Iroin Skowhegau and Farmington ami all interimdiatc stations at 2.00 P. M. to ij|iu-ei with train* for Boston. Stages lor Hock land connect at Bath; and fry Bel last at Augusta, leav in, daily on artivaloi train from fta*to«l, leaving at 7.30 A. M.; and lor Solon, Ai>*n, Norrid«o work, Athens and Moose Head Lake at Ski*w bcgtni, and for China. Fast ami North Vassal Ihw**’ at VnssallM./o’; tbr Unity at. K< ndall’s Mill’s, and lor Canaan at Pislmu’s Ferry. H’. If ATC'tl, SnperiulrnilcHt. Augusta, OeL 27, fflliH. novl2dtt ■SINE CENTRir R. R. '.VlViTKK AKSANjKMKNT, ii*VnfidrBH ,,n aml ***er Monday,November 12th, tPijf^fMKcnrrcvii, trains will leave Portland lor Bangor ami i^ll intermediate • tat ion on tins line, at Liu p. M. daily. For Lewiston mid nonly,at 7.10 A.M. kF Freight Iranis for Wateyvdie and all talcrme oiate st if iuiis. k-uve port luuii a* fki’5 A M, Tram Irani Bangor Is due at Portland at 1.45 P. M, In (dason torOnneet with train tor Boston. From Is \vi dondmd Auburn only,at MA A.M. KDWIN Noy Ks.Supt. Nov. 1, lsGU not* ill rI_'’ln*oiE«»-lt Tickets Si* qjjilTo the West $!i kess than any other P.outa ? a the Grand Trunk Hallway l To Deti*oiM liicaKO.all |H>iut» West, Or *:t L«<nm Via llos!on, Vermont Central, Xcw York Vcdural, lin)} alo <»• Ihlroit, To nil I'oinlM West uu«l 4onih-U o.i! t if "For reliable information or Ticket* call at the Union Ticket; OIII<**y, UNlfElt LANCASTER HALL, Opp. Preble House. L>. II. JUj4X<JHAJUIJ>, A*t. Feli 23 —d3m To Travelers ! Through Tickets from Portland To all Points West & South, , T1A TU New York Ounal. liirie & Cake Shore, And "‘enn.sylvania Central Uailroiuls Vmw N»le nf the I,owc«t rate* nt the U nl «*»•■ Unilwar Ticket O III ce,—L A N C A ST Bit MALI* HlULlJlNU, MAKKKT SgCAKF. H . IK LITTLb: d* CO., l^tinnl Ticket \geiau. IHMMge Tickets l«.r California, via Rteainera I troui&i-vr VorkonUie lat, 11th, anti jut ot each mouth tor side at thin otIU e.AH heretofore. Uel*5dA wt. sTtuAiurns. Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. CARRYING THE CANADIAN AND UNITED STATES MAILS. PaHM-ngen B««kfd to Ijwudwatdcrry and fiivei pool. BCeturu Ticket* granted at It educed Kate*. The Steamship Nestor inn, Captain Dutton, will sail from this jMirt tor Livei|MH>l, SATURDAY, April 6th, 1W57, immediately niter the arrival ot the trcdil of tlio previous day from Montreal, to be fol lowed by Use-on the 13thof April. Passage to Londonderry arid Liverpool, enhin, (ac cording to »ccoiim:<jdalio'n) $70 to $S0. | Steerage, gj1. Payable in Cold or its equivalent. iUr For Freight nr passage apply to _ , H. A A. ALLAN, No. 3 India St. I ortlund, Nov. 2d, Isiiti. aprldtd Port hind, Bangor ami Marinas STKAM ItOAT CO. S VR IS II ARRA XOICN ES TS. Oar Trip per wrek until Turllarr Nulire. Steamei CITY OF RICHMOND, Ciia*. Dekki.mj, master, will leave Railroad Wharf, fool of Slates- reel, •every Friday F.vcniny, at lu -'o'clock, commencing Hie V2d Inst., for Rockland. t astine, Deer lain, Sedgwick, Ml De sert, Mi 111 .ridge, Jon*s| and Miichunsport. Returning, will leave Maohiasj ort evei v Monday Morning, nt f. o'cloc k, tombing at als»ve mined landings, and arriving in Portland the same night. Tlio “City of Richmond” connect* at Kocklmnd with Steamer Kafahdin lor Hangor and iutei mediate landings on (lie Penobscot Itay ami River. 3V Baggage cheeked through. KifcvS&STUKDKVANT, General Agent*, Mirdi i . MmA.—it 73 Conerrriil |tmi| FARE isEDUUED_TO BOSTON. Hummer Arrangement! 11 util lurllior notice tl»c Steamers ol the Portland Steam Packet Co. trill rnn as follows: — L*ave AI hi.I »c W harf fur Boston, every e vening, (except Sunday i at 7 o'clock. Leave Bostou the same days at 5 1*. Si. Cabin lure,.... $1 ;.0 Deck,... l.ou *4T » ackege tickets to be had ot the Agents at i e« duccd rales. Freight taken as usual. L BILLiNiia, Agent. May g?ml,1866-Utf Eastport, ualaij and St. John. WTNTER A RRANUEMENT. ON r. TRIP PER WEEK. ♦rifc,. On and alWr Monday, December tttli, the steamer NEW HRUNS r\, ilTI’I.X WK'K. I'apt. K. li. WINCHKS >v-a-&M*^>TEK. will leave Rail Roa.1 Whan, -loorofStAto St., every MONDAY, atr» oVlo. k P. M for Fusiport and St. John. UPTURN INC!, will leave St. John every THURS DAY , at 8 o'clock A. II. Conn.rfing at Ktuiti^ri with the Steaimr Bello Brown for St. Andrews, RobUnston And Calais, with tho New Brunswick and Canada Railway, tor Wood stock and Hotllton statflms, and with Stage Coaches i..r MaehiiU*. Connecting at St. dolm with tho Steamer limpress for Windsor, Digbv ami Halifax, ami with IS. <& N. A. Railway lor Slimline. 'Freight received on days of sailing until 4 o'clk. C. C. EATON, mar^O-dtl Agent. PORTLAND AND NEW YORK STEAMSHIP COMP A XV. SEMI-WEEK LV LINE. The Rplerxlld ami fhat Steam »“»l« l>lklUO, ( apt. M. Sum swUOilt FUANCONU, IW. siiruwiiop, v. ,11. until . lurtner notice, run u (olhrw*: l eave Lrown * W hart, Portland, every WKJ »N KS P ' ' ?i>! ul ■* M-* and lc:ivu i-ier 3# i.j-i River, New York, every Wthsksi) VY and SATUTthA Y. at 4 oMock P. Rf. Ihese vessel, are fitted up with fine accoiniaoda tmnaPurjtassengers, making thu the moat siweijv sale and comfortable route lor travellers between New York ami Maiue. Passage, in Sluto Boom. $G.oO Cabin passage $5.00. Meals extra. <b>od* torwanUd by this line to and iroui Muu tr ai. lim bec, Bangor,' Bath, Augusta, P.H>ti*ort and Sl.doba. Shippers are requested to semi their fr eight to thu steanniH as early as 8 P. M.on the day that they leave Portland. For freight or passage apply t4» KMFl&Y & FOX, Brown'll Wharf, Portland. •I. F. AMES, Pier 38 Fast River. May*'.*, iSSO. _ dtt For Lease. T1IK Valuable lot ol land i-orner of Middle ,mj f'lumb St reels, for a term of yciux. of O. C. MITCHELL dr SON, Aug. m, tbW—dtf 178 For* Strove,