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POBTLAlfD, MAINE Friday Morning, January 10, 1803. -----— The Portland Dailv Press has the largest regular circulation of any daily paper in the city. The Baseness of Political Charlatans. Next to downright treason there is nothing more execrable in political leaders and wire pullers, than attempts to array one class of citizens against another in the same communi ty ; the poor against the rich, for example, or the ignorant against those who have been fa vored with better educational advantages. Those who appeal to the blind prejudices of a class, and particularly the prejudices of those whose means of becoming acquainted with our institutions have been limited,—who have hut recently found an asylum from poverty and oppression on our soil,—with a view to array • them against our native citizens, cannot be too severely denounced. Such men would ex cite negroes to insurrection and murder on a Southern plantation, if by so doing they could promote their nefarious schemes. They are worse than the burglar, the midnight assassin or the incendiary, and sink as far below these in manliness as does the vile back-biter and slanderer below the man who mests you face to face in open day-light.and draws a revolver upon you. We have been led into this train of remark by reading in that pattern paper,the Argus, the following: Charitt.—That “Charity,” which the Sa vior set down as the cardinal virtue, seems to he counted out from the list by at least one prominent clergyman. On the last Sabbath in New York, the Rev. Mr. Frothingham, (Unitarian,) preached against such practical charity as giving to the poor—which the New Testament says is lending to the Lord. The Express says that the reverend aristocrat de clared that the Irish laborers in New York ought to bow down to the abolitionists whet> kiss their feet! When a clergyman can begin a sermon by preaching against relieving the necessities of his fellow men. according to the precepts and teachings of Christ, this man worship, which is against a direct command of God, is bat the natural sequence of those who begin with abolitionism and end in infidelity. When, too. we see tile Irish kissing the leet of the abolitionists, as recommended by Mr. Frothingham. we shall expect to seethe world considerably more mad than it is. Rev. Mr. Frothingham is a geutleman of es tablished reputation, which can no more be in jured by such vile sheets ns the Argus and Express, than could the reputation of an Ole erlin or a Howard by the ravings of a London Ash-woman. A paper that has acquired so un enviable a reputation that even its own party leaders have held it up in legislative debate, and denounced it as a lying oracle, cannot be very mischievous where it is best known. But it is the base attempt to cheat and mis lead our adopted Irish citizens, that is worthy of special notice in the above. The Argus no more believes the slander it publishes against Mr. Frothingham, than it believes its own un manly insinuations against President Lincoln; but it will stoop to the miserable business of exciting a blind Irish prejudice, hoping there by to gain a few votes. And what is the char acter of the New York ally of the Argus, in this despicable business? The New York Ex press is the organ of the anti-Irisii or know nothing sentiment of New York. Its editors staked the last dollar of their political capital upon the issue made up by the know nothings against the Irish, and heralded and rejoiced over the church-burnings and other barbarities which, not over six years ago, they labored to excite. Tne two Brookses are covered all over with what they now call the “slime of ab olition," as well as the infamy of know noth ing persecution, which we all know was kin dled mainly against the Irish; and now they turn a short corner, and think to cajole the same Irish, and to harness them to their polit ical car by inflaming their minds against those who rebuked the mad spirit which they so re cently kindled into a flame. The Brookses will never forgive the Republicans because with them hostility to negro slavery is more intense than hostility to Catholicism—because in their political action they have favored the enlargement of the African rather than tlieen-' slavement of the Irishman. And the Argus of this city descends to the l^v, dirty busi ness of playing second-fiddle to this brace of New York worthies, in circulating their vile venom among the Irish, to excite their preju dices against the native citizens, even as a few years since they labored to inflame the hitter to deeds of wickedness if not blood against the former. The Argus and the Secretary of the Treasury. Tuesday’s Argus contained several extracts from New York minors iiitomlnil In (liosirami Secretary Chase and his management of the finances of the government. Every one famil iar with finances knows that there are always and in all countries alike, two classes of mon ied men and hankers; Bears, who would depre ciate every class of security, that they might speculate in the same at low rates; and the Bulls, who would tip up the stocks they hold, to sell out at a profit. Mr. Secretary Chase came in contact at once with these two classes in our country; the wants of the government were to be enor mous to sustain an army as large as ours, and to build and equip a new navy. lie had two methods before him, to rely upon loans, selling six or seven per cent, stocks at a great discount, with the specie and the paper money of state banks for a circulating medium; or by disposing of U. S. slocks at fair prices, making up the deficiency by issu ing government paper in small sums as u cur rency, and trust to the patriotism of the peo ple to receive it upon the faith of the U. S. | government. This latter course displeased nil those Shy locks who wanted to gel rich, as Girard and monied men did in the war of 1812, by buying U. S. stocks at 7l> to 80 per cent, on the dollar, and hence this class of men and their brokers in Xew York are continually harping against Mr. Chase, because he put his trust in the peo pie rather than 111 rich men. Tins is a true explanation of the articles in the New .York papers, which the Argus likes to copy. ' The address of the people of Manches ter, England, to President Lincoln, is publish ed. It commences by expressions of “frater nal sentiments” toward the President and the country over which he presides. It also ex presses admiration for the free states “as a singularly happy abode for the working mil lions where industry is honored.” Jt closes by asking the President to accept the high admiration of the signers “for his tlrmness in upholding the proclamation of freedom,” To- j morrow perhaps we will give it in lull. The Advertiser claims to be an “inde pendent republican” paper, and the Argus is a hunker democratic paper. If any one wishes to know the exact difference, let him look at the “special dispatches” from Augusta, to these two journals, and he w ill find them cast in the same mould, showing that an “inde pendent republican” and a “hunker democrat” are as much alike as two puppies from the , same litter. Torrespondenro of the Tress. Letter irom tlie Federal t'npllal. Washingtox, Jan. 12, 1863. Of all the years we have numbered as a na tion. the darkest has ju“t. terminated. The midnight darkness of Its final hour was hardly deeper than tlie universal and heart-sickening gloom that lay upon the American Republic. The carnage of Fredericksburg, unavailing as awful, had spread sackcloth upon all the land. There were some however, there were many, who did not mourn. While the loyal were wrung with the double anguish of seeing their country in deadly peril, and their bravest and dearest slain, the iebel States echoed with ju bilations, and tlie godless wretches who re main in the loyal North only to betray it, who had so far as in them lay prudently seen to it that there should bo no friend of theirs in per il for his country's sake, improved the event to give to their speeches and editorials a fresh er and more cheerful vivacity. Tlie New Year came, calm and bright as a Sabbath, and with it that for which enlight ened statesmen and patriots have labored long and most earnestly; that for which many a devout soul among tlie eastern hills, and on tlie western prairies, lias prayed without ceas ing; that for which many a blasted ami stunt ed nature, many a poor victim of fiendish cru elty or brutal lust, has supplicated all through our years of compromise, and crime, ami shame even until tlie present, witli “groanings that cannot lie uttered." As the great Proclama tion of Freedom swept on wings of lightning over tlie land, to what true heart did it not seem like an angel of mercy ami deliverance? Who could fail to share the confidence of the President that a measure so humane, sobenef icent, so just and right, would receive the ap proval of men and the blessing of God? If in excepting from its operations some pui UUII3 Ul UlCICUCi I1UW » • liil/.VMl over with tile thinnest possible surface of loy ally, ami oilier portions which make no pre tense to loyalty, the President failed to meet our expectations; yet in boldly proposing to make soldiers of the freedinen, thus permitting them to aid in the deliverance of their enslaved brethren, and the maintenance of their own freedom, as well as the preservation of the Constitution and the Union, he exceeded our hopes. And now, though the clouds lower heavily, we would lain believe they' are broken, What the Union cause gained in the great victory at Murfreesboro, even after deducting what it iias lost at Vicksburg, seems sufficient cause for gratulation and thankfulness. Nearly half tlie time allowed for the session of Congress lias passed. Tiiat body has thus far completed but little business, less than we had hoped to see accomplished, considering the pressing exigencies in view of which it acts. The wheels of legislation are now mov ing busily however, and some of the meas ures pending have been so far matured tiiat they will now occupy comparatively little time. Questions of finance now occupy largely the attention of Congres. The hill introduced into tile House by the Committee of Ways and Means, and that introduced by Mr. Hoop er, have heon informally considered by the Fi nancial Committee of the Senate, which has 1 reported a bill of its own, differing considera bly from both. It is not eusy to predict pre cisely what will be finally agreed upon, and conjectures upon that subject are not of much consequence; yet it seems certain tiiat the bank circulation’of the country- must, to a considerable extent, be superseded by treasury notes. However this may bear on individual interests, no other way seems possi ble to avoid flooding the country with such a deluge of paper as would involve our finan ces in universal ruin. Emancipation in the border slave states is also receiving much attention. While as ap pears daily, there are many besides the Bour bons, who “never learn anything and never forget anything,” while many cling to the “abomination of desolation,” as the Hindoo woman to her pyre, some give evidence tiiat they discern the signs of the times. The House hill, giving aid to Missouri for the pur pose of emancipation was objected to by Mr. Clement on the ground that the same liberali ty ought to be extended to the other border slave states. This, though an objection to the S|iecifio measure pending, was a virtual en dorsement of the President’s policy. Senator \V illey of W est Virginia, also gave notice a few days since, tiiat lie would introduce a bill with similar provisions, with reference to the extinction of slavery in his state. 1 believe j biivuviuci ow»VG mcu gcuciiuij', lilt* in stitution is pretty sure to go under, are not ! averse to saving something lrom the general wreck. Thtvjubilee that lias been held throughout the land in view ol' the edict of freedom, ac- ; counts of which still continue to reach us, can but cheer arid strengthen the President in his present policy. Let all good men labor and pray, that it may be as successful as just, and j tiiat the first of January may be one of those j auspicious and thrice glorious eras, -'‘When the energy sublime Ot* a century bursts full-blossomed Ou the thorny stem of time.” _T. S. P. Resolves relating to ATitionnl Affairs. The following are the resolves offered in the House on Wednesday last by Mr. Kingsbury ol this city, and referred to the committee on Federal Relations: W iiereas. Slavery is the conceded cause and \ support of the existing gigantic rebellion, and j from a local, limited, industrial institution, it : lias been elevated by treason into a vast war power: It feeds and clothes the armies of the rebels in the field, and their families at home; it i builds their military roads, digs their military iutreuchments, erects their forts, navigates their | piratical craft, clears the highways for their forces, drags their artillery and ammunition as human beasts of burden, and throws into the active service of the rebellion three millions of unwilling victims;—therefore, Resolved, That we hail with profound satis faction the Proclamation of K’mancipation issued by the President of the United States on the first day ot January, A. It. 18ts(, as a measure right in itself, justified by military necessity and the laws of war, and clearly within the constitution al power ut the President as Uommander-in t hief; ami that it will inaugurate a new and glorious ejKieli in the history of the nation and ot Popular Freedom, and strike a final and fatal blow at the life of the rebellion. Resolved, That we regard the plan of com pensated emancipation, proposed to the loyal slave States by the President, as eminently wise and just, and that if accepted, it will remove the chief source of strife in the nation and elevate and dignify labor. Resolecd, That as the rebellion originated in the interests of slavery, it is hut equitable that slavery should aid in its suppression; and that, therefore, the introduction of southern negroes into the military service of the nation, so far ns they can he made effective, we regard as expe dient and just. Resolved, That the Government should listen to no suggestion of compromise with rebels in arms against the unity and life of the republic; • hat all adjustments to traitors in rebellion Would be » premium to treason; and that the w ar shall Is* closed only when the last rebel shall have unconditionally surrendered, and the flag ol the Union, with its thirty-five stars undimned upon its folds, floats unmolested and reverenced over every city and town and village in the land. Mr. Sumner Re-F.lected. Ill the Massachusetts Legislature yesterday Hon. Charles Sumner was re-elected United States Senator for six years lrom the 4th of March next. The vote in the Senate was Sumner 33, J. G. Abbott 3, Charles F. Adams L In the House, Sumner 194, Abbott 3S, Cushing 2, Adams 1. The election was made by viva voce vote. BY TELEGRAPH. -— LEGISLATURE Or MAINE. [SPECIAL DISPATCH TO THE DAILY PRESS.J Augusta, a an. 15. SENATE. Thursday.—Prayer by Rev. Mr. Fuller. Papers from the House were disposed of in concurrence. The President announced as the Committee on the part of the Senate, on that portion of the Governor’s message relating to aid to families of volunteers: Messrs. Stevens, Smith, Colby, Cram, Milliken of Hancock, Seabury and Rob erts. On motion of Mr. Woods, the reports of the several departments were referred to the appro priate committees. The Senate then went into convention with the House for the purpose of qualifying Hon. John J. Perry, Councillor elect, and to elect a Coun cillor from the Sixth District. (See House pro ceedings.) Mr. White, from the committee on the Treas urer’s report, reported that they had examined the books and accounts, and found them correct ly cast and properly vouched. The amount on hand Dec. 31st was $94,355 54. Of this amount, $92,207 44 is deposited in various sums, in forty banks. The balance is in the treasury vault. Messrs. Barrows, Roberts and Merrow were appointed the committee on the part of the Sen ate, on the order about allowing the soldiers to vote. Messrs. Spring, White and Reel were joined to the committee on bounties advanced by the bunks. Messrs. Hacker, Milliken of Kennebec, and Wiggin were joined to the committee on u Scien tific survey. Mr. Plnlbnck presented the petition of C. II. Sawyer & als, of Baldwin; to be incorporated as the Baldwin Fire Insurance Co. Referred to committee on Mercantile Affairs and Insurance. "Adjourned. HOUSE. Prayer by Rev. Mr. Bray. Papers from the Senate were disposed of in concurrence. A communication was received from Hon. John J. Perry, accepting the office of Councillor, and a message was sent to the Senate proposing a convention -at half past 10 o’clock, for the purpose of qualifying him, and also to elect a Councillor from the Sixth District. IN CONVENTION. At the appointed time the Senate came in and the President took the chair. Gen. Perry then came in and took and subscribed the oaths. A ballot was then taken for Councillor for the Sixth District, and Hiram Ruggles, Esq., was elected, receiving 129 votes out of 133 cast. The convention then dissolved. On motion of Mr. Foster, of Xewry, the com mittee on Agriculture was directed to enquire into the expediency of repealing chap. 74 of the laws of ’62, relating to bounties on wolves and bears. The Speaker announced ns the committee on the order relating to the rei>eal of the Trial Jus tice law, Messrs. Lyman of Machias, Crosby of Dexter, Davis of Buxton, Robinson of Sumner, Clay of Gardine% Perkins of Penobscot, Lotli rop of Leeds, Haley of Frankfurt, Hobson of Wiseasset, Blake of Farmington, Cleavcland of Madison, Ellis of Guiltbrd. Duley of i’hipaburg, and Dudley of Presque Isle. On motion of Mr. Butler, of Hallowell, the Committee on Judiciary was instructed to en quire into the expediency of enacting a law, authorizing the continuance of an action, when either party has reason to believe he cannot have a fair and impartial trial. Petitions presented and referred.—Of Marga ret M. Darley for a lot of land; of-& als. in aid of the same; of Selectmen of Winslow that their doings may be made valid; of Ebenezer Maynard, to be set off from Frankfort to MOroc. Adjourned. Augusta, Jan. 15. The committee on Elections arc investigating the Yarmouth election case. Nathaniel Gooch, democrat, was elected by one majority. The contestant, Reuben Morrill, claims that there was fraudulent voting; and if he proves his alle gations will obtain the sent, Joseph Baker, Esq., through Mr. Vinton, appears as counsel for Merrill. original and selected. ~lf ‘ On the first page—American Engineer ing; New Y'ear's in South Carolina. On the fourth page—Dirge for a Sol dier; Mis cellany. Z'ff“ Hon. T. A. I). Fessenden has our thanks for Congressional documents. We understand that coltou goods have suddenly advanced about five cents a yard. ~W~ ‘‘J- A. W.” We have sent the paper. Will arrange it with you. Rev. Rufus Emerson, a recent graduate of Andover Seminary, was ordained at Wilton on the 1st iust. 1 ff ” We noticed yesterday morning several instances of fall in w inter dress goods, but the rccovc^’ was nearly as rapid as the decline. Zff" Large quantities of ship timber are be ing transported over the Androscoggin Rail road, from Franklin County to Bath. ZJF" Major Slemmer, who was dangerously wounded at Murfreesboro, is the same officer that saved Fort I'ickens to the Union. Iff" The bark Achilles, Capt. Gallagher, which is being loaded at Philadelphia with breadstuffs for the starving operatives of Eng land will sail in a few days. E. C. Brett, Esq., the new Secretary of the Senate, will please accept our thanks for copies of annual reports, from the different heads of the departments. Zff' T. S. Perry, Esq., a clerk in one of the departments at Washington, will please con sider himself doubly thanked for his frequent favors. ~ff J The Commissioner of Pensions has ap pointed Dr. David B. Brooks of Belfast, Dr. L. P. Babb of Eastport, and Dr. A. G. Peabody of Mat-bias,Us Medical Examiners. Tlie following Maine soldiers are among the recent deaths at the Washington hospitals: Elijah P. Ramsdell, Co. 1,23d Regi •uwitiiaiiiuivoc a VW. at, UkU I k' _, 1111 v l 11 . The Augusta Journal mentions as a 1 noticeable lad that very lew old and very few young men arc seen in the legislature; that nearly all the members are of w hat is known as middle age. We have no faith in the genuineness of that man’s religion who w ill take no pains to remove the ice from the sidewalks in front of his premises. With all the dirt there is mixed a great deal of philanthropy,in a shovel full of ashes sprinkled upon an icy w alk. 7 ' Sergeant Lew is li. Dole, of Co, E, 10th Maine regiment, was accidentally killed on Sunday morning, 4th inst., by the falling of a tree, which struck him in the head, crushing the skull in a most shocking manner, lie died instantly, lie belonged in Vassalboro’, was about thirty-five years of age, and leaves a wife and family.—[Lewiston Journal. A dirty secession sheet iu Hallow ed, whose editor has virtually boasted that an honest debt against him cannot be collected threatens to publish our history. Poor en couragement for public notoriety, to be pub lished in a paper that nobody reads,and which uo decent man would touch except with tongs. Z'F” Europe demands 1,200,000 000 lbs., of cotton to keep its machinery in operation, each year. ZF“ One of the Lewiston Mills has turned out half a million dollars' worth of goods with in four months. £F” The Gardiner Journal says that ('apt. Oliver Colburn of that city, has been appoint ed Lieutenant of Marines in the U. S. Navy. Capt. C. is a very popular shipmaster, and a nobler sailor or a truer man never stood cith er before or after the mainmast. ZF” One of our city cotemporaries rejoices in a “Miscellaneous Editor,” and a correspond ent inquires what he is to understand by it. We can’t enlighten him, unless it means an editor made up of miscellaneous materials, or in a miscellaneous manner. £F“ The entire edition of the Boston Jour nal yesterday was printed on paper made of wood, by a new process. The paper is white, smooth, even, tough, and as soft as common rag paper. It also takes water as well as that made from rags. Of the relative cost of such paper we are not informed. SF““ The Gardiner Journal says that one young laily got so interested in skating last week, that she took a pair of skates from the store of J. S. Lambartl, without consulting him. City Marshal Colson waited on her, and she owned up, gave up the skates, and the matter was allowed to drop. ZF" We are sorry that a fellow naturally so clever as Pike of the Augusta Age, should make an attempt to dig under his meanest down river neighbor, iu his devotions to an unworthy cause. Uiil we reside at Ilallowell we should labor to have Pike indicted for ac cumulating so much tilth on the river above us. » a me Argus Having stated tnnt uol. J. Kust, of the 8th Maine regiment, does not be lieve in the emancipation proclamation, the editor of the Belfast Age. a brother of the Colonel—says “the imputation of the Argus is false. Col. Kust heartily sustaius the Admin istration and all its war measures, including the emancipation proclamation.” ' The Bath Times learns that a saw mill at Damariscotta Mills, which had just been put in complete running order, was entirely consumed on Saturday night last. Owners not known, or amount of loss The Times also learns that the dwelling house of Mr. Bearce, at Bristol Mills, was recently destroyed by tire. The furniture above stairs was entirely i consumed. No insurance. The Bangor Whig learns that on Sun day morning last, Jan. 14th, an old man was seen to stagger and fall in the road by Joshua Palmer's, in Dixuiont. Mr. Palmer went to his assistance, and with the aid of some boys got him into his house, where he died immedi ately without a struggle. The selectmen were notified, who gave liis body a decent burial.— On inquiry it is learned that he has been beg ging his living through the country for a num- j her of years past, calling his name Robert Martin, and hailing from Haverhill, Mass. We are indebted to Mr. E. O. Robin son, postmaster at Beaufort, S. C., for a copy of the Xew South and for a brief note, dated Jan. d. 'I lie health of tile 8th Maine regiment is very good; the recruits are doing well, only two needing treatment in hospital. None of the officers are sick. This regiment has fur nished 10 or 12 oUlcers to the 1st South Caro lina (negro) regiment under Col. Higginsou, and will furnish as many more to the 2d, if another should he raised. The feeling against the enrollment of blacks is dying out; and those who opposed it at first are learning, that it will be a means of great relief to white sol- j diers. The New Americas- Cvclopshia: Edited by j George Ripley and Charles A. Dana. Pub lished by i). 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See a woman in another column picking Sambuc Grapes, for Speer's Wine. It is an admirable article used in hospitals, and by the first families in Paris Loudon and New York, in preference to old Port Wine. It is worth atrial, as it gives great satisfac tion. dec22 dly SPECIAL NOTICES. Havana Oranges!—Persons wishing for sweet Oranges, will find a fresh lot of splendid ones at It. W. Jones* this day received per Steamer. JanlO—Iw D£afnerr Cured.—Mrs. M. G. Brown will beat the Preble House for one week. A remarkable case of deafness cured iutwenty four hours by Mrs. M. G. Brown, Professor on the Pi e and Ear, and proprietor of Poor Richard’s Eye Water. “I, Bartlett J. Dccoster, No. 2 Hall’s Court, Port land, give this certificate, to certify that I have been deaf from a child, and for twelve years past have boon quite deaf. I have spent hundreds of dollars, without receiving any benefit whatever. Last Sat urday I went to I he Preble House and made arrange ments for Mrs. B. to treat me for deafness. In 24 hours after her first application I could hear every voice in the house. I can now stand in the cellar and ln*ar the clock tick in the parlor. (>rateful to God for his great deliverance, I heartily commend her mode of treatment to all who suffer as I have done.*' Every kind of diseased and weak eyes, also Cafarrh, healed, and a cure warranted. Chart/r* moderate. MRS. 31. G. BROWN. Nov. 18—tf 410 Arch St., Philadelphia. DR. I’. P. QUIMBY. would giveuoticethat he ha returuedto Portland, and can be found at his Room, No. 13 International Hours, Tuesday, August 12th, where he will attend to all wishing to consul him. First Examination at office,.$200 Each subsequent sittingat office.50 City Patients, first Examination at residence,... 2 50 Each subsequent visit at residence,. 100 August 16, 18*32.—tf Physician and Surgeon.—II. A. LAMB, 31. D., Office, corner of Congress and Chestnut Streets Portland, 31 e. Particular attention paid to Surgery, including iseases of the ©ye and ear. aug7—d6m Dkntirtry.—Dr.JOSlAH 11EALD, No.241 Con gress Street, first door east of 1st Parish Church Portland, Me. aug7dly Dur. locke & KI3IBALL, dentirtr, No. in Middle Street. Portland. 3Ie. augl5—ly BROKERS* BOARD. Salk op Stocks.—Boston, .Jan. 15,1862. 9.000 American Gold.149} 4.600.do.149 12.000 .do.b3b 149 5.602.do ...!. 148} 9.000 .do.148| 243 .do.148* 5.0t)0.do.blO 1481 1.000 United States Coupon Sixes (18811. 92( 11.000 .do. 91 j 510.do.92 j 89.000 .do. 92 6.000 United States 7 3*10 Treasury Notes.1004 50.do.101 9,900 ..do.100} 500 United States Five-Twenties. 90 160.do. 96 400 .do. 97 8.000 U. S. Certificates of Indebtedness. 95} 33,500 United States Demand Notes.143 PORTLAND POST OFFICE. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. WESTERN—Arrive* at 12.40 and 71 1*. M. Closes at 7 46 A. M. and 1.30 P M EASTERN—Arrives at 1.50 1*. M. (’loses at 12 M. EUROPE—Closes everv Saturday at 1.80 p. M. CAN ADA—Arrives at 1.50 P. M.' (‘loses at 12 M. COUNTRY MAILS—Arrives about 5 P. M. Close at 9 P. M. ZjP“Ot!ice opeu daily (Sundays excepted) from 8 A. M. to 9 P. M. On Sundays, from 8$ to 9} A M. MARRIED. In this city, Jan. 14th. by Rev. Ilenry D. Moore* Henry G. Townsend, M l)., and Miss Amelia L. Hamilton, both of Portland. In Paris, Jan. 3*1. George William, of Polaud, and Miss Myrtiila Corson, of Minot. In Tops ham, Jan. 1st, It. Frank Shea, of Rath, and Miss Abide I.. Kendall, of T In Woolwich, Jan. 1st, Wesley Thompson and Miss Abby E. Ward, both of W. _ DIED. In this city. Jan. llth, Ida F., daughter of John 11. and Thebe A. Verrv, aged 9 years 6 mouths. In Rath. Jan. 14th, Mrs. Abby N., wile of Cant. Alfred S. Merrill, aged 24 vears. In Rum ford. Dec. 18th, Dea. Daniel Hall, aged 70 years: 2.1th, Mrs. Sarah, wife of the Jate Dea. Benj. Farnniii. aged 73 years. In Brunswick, Dec, —, Mr. Chas Rvan, aged 66 years; David Arthur ( lough, aged 10 years. SAILING OF OCEAN STEAMSHIPS. PTE A MKR PROM POR PAILS North American. Liverpool.Portland.Jan 8 Arabia.Liverpool.Boston.Jan 111 llotussia..Southampton..New York Jan 14 Edinburg.Liverpool.New York_Jan 14 Australasian.Liverpool.New York . Jan 17 iiausa.Southampton New York.. Jan 21 Europa.Liverpool.Boston.Jan 24 TO DEPART. City of Washing’n.New York Liverpool _Jan 17 New York.New York.. Bremen .Jan 17 Nova Scotiau .Portlaud. .Liverpool.Jan 17 Africa..Boston.Liverpool.Jan 21 Teutonia. .New York. Hamburg.Jan 24 City of Baltimore. New York.. Liverpool.Jail 24 Jura .Portland . Liverpool..... .Jau 24 China .New York Liverpool.Jan 31 Arabia.Boston.Liverpool.Feb 4 Mails are forw arded by every steamer in the regu lar lines. The steamers for or from Liverpool call a Quceustown, except the Canadian line, w hich call a Londonderry. PANAMA AND CALIFORNIA—Steamers, carry ing Mails for Aspiuwall. Panama, and California, leave New York on the 1st, llth, and 21st of each month. MINIATURE ALMANAC. Friday..January 1G. HIGH WATER. I SUN. I DAYS. Moru’g. 7 3) Rises.7.27 Length. .. .9h 20m Uven'g. 8.05 | Sets.4 54 | Increase.. oh 22m MARINE NEWS. PORT OP PORTLAND. Thursday,.January id. ARRIVED. Sell Charleston. Burgess. Belfast for B»»ston. Sch Castelaine, Cunningham. Belfast for Boston. CLEARED. Steamship United Kingdom. (Br) Verier, N York, by G k I) Shaw. Sch Morning Star, Thomas, North Haven. Bark "Elizabeth Leavitt," from Cadiz for 3Ie*sina, reported in the .luia's news as foundered at sea. is probably the "Eliza Leavitt." The E L was an A2 bark of 297 tons, built at Portland in 1851, and hailed from Bostou. DISASTERS. Ship Avon, at San Francisco, fin Manila, encoun tered severe hurricanes Nov *J and Dec 23. necessitat ing the throwing overboard oi a considerable por tion of her cargo. Sell 31 S Til)belts, from New York, which was ashore below New Orleans, only damaged it small portion of her cargo. DOMESTIC PORTS. BALTI3IORK—Ar 13th, bark Lapwiug, Kelley, fm Rio Janeiro. PHI LADELl’HIA—Ar 12th, sch Isaac 3Iorse, Par sons Turks Island. ( Id 12th. brig Gen Boyd, Hull, Beaufort NC; sch W I! Mitchell. Small, Ritstoii. Sid 12th, ship Lizzie Moses. Sid from Delaware Break water 11th. ships William Cummings, for Montevideo: bark White Wing, for Laguavra; brigs Juniata, for Liverpool: Josie Oil key, lor Cienfuegos. NEW YORK—Ar 13th. ship Victoria. Stinson, fin I*o ii don : brigs Fannie, Lorens ten. Bathurst; TW Rowland, Met arty. New Orleans; Rival, Applegate, sclis Mobile, Howes, New Orleans; George Darby, Rogers, Washington ; Pocahontas, Berry, tin do lor Alexandria. Cld 13fh, ship Ladoga, Holm. London; brig Augus ta. strout. Neil vitas; sell E Arcularius, Boston. Sid 13th. ship Ceo Griswold; barks Man C l’orter, Geo S lluut, John Bensou, J J l’hilbrick; brig Wm B Nash. Ar 14th, ships Esmeralda, from Liverpool; Atmos- . phere, tin Vera Cruz. NEWPORT—In port 14th, brig Ma/atlan, Portland for Philadelphia; schs Henrietta, Julies, from do toi Baltimore; Wm H Atwood, Foster. Boston for Tan gier; 11 1, Oicutt, Hopkins, from Bucksport for Key West; Governor, of Deer Isle; Goldeu Light, of Buckspuyt; T B llodgniau, ol Camden. Cld 14th. ship Anu E Thompson, bimnsou. Bristol E: barks Talntti, Leeiuau. Havana; D C Murray, Johnstou. New Orleaus; brigs Sarah Peters,Higgins, Trinidad; I. M Merrill. Benv. Sagua. BOSTON—Ar 14th, bark Mas*a«oit, Marshall, from Matau/as; sells Witch t^ueen, Kellev. Port Royal; "•tUtesmau. Mitchell, Elizabethport; Texas, Orr, liu New York. Cld 14th. ship Martha Cobb. (new. of Rockland, 1192 tons) Pillsbury, San Francisco; schs Henrietta, Toole. Portsmouth; Bolivar, French, Washington. Cld loth, schs Maria Hall, Bartlett, Peace; Laco nia. Proctor. Saco. (.■ LOl'CESTER—Ar I&th. schs Jos \V Fish, Shaw, ■»t George for New York; R Bulwinkle. Fieuch, ftu Rockland for do. Ar 12th, brigs Paragon, Hatch. Boston for Rock and: F.ineline, Snow, do for Penobscot: schs Odd Fellow. Hallowed, do lor East port; Jasper. >inith, lo for Wiscasset; Village Belle, McCarty. Picfou tor salem. J N M Brewer, Sprague, Boston lor East port; I’oitvoy, Cook, do for Calais; Pearl. Robiinsoii, do or Rockland; Geuuine. tales, do for Thomastou; Northern Light, Lane, do for Vinalhaveu; sloop D Webster, Gerry, do for Portland. ROCKLAND Ar9th, »cb*#Billow, Emery, from Portland. Ar 10th, sell Cornelia. BlaisdcH, Portland. BELFAST—Sid 11th.achs .1 McAdaiu. Willard, for Fortress Mouroi; N Clitlafd, bhute, New \ork. 1 SM 12th, schs Charleston, Burgess, aud Democrat Pendleton, Boston. ' FOREIGN PORTS. At Hong Kong Nov 24th, (before reported without date,) ship* Australia, Hopkins, fm .Snanghae, ar 6th: Geo Lee, Harstow. fm Whampoa, ar Octal, for San Francisco; bark Ceres, Spence, fin Swatow, ar 11th. At Vera Cruz Dec 25, ship Escort, Whit mam, for New iIrleans. Ar at Smyrna 3d ult, bark Florence, Smith, from Boston. At do Dec 15, brig Admiral, Hatch, Boston, (had lost deck load in a gale.) Sid 22d ult, bark Andrew Carney. Mayo, Boston, with cotton, hc. At Ponce 31st ult, brig Eliza Thompson, for New Haven. Ar at Kingston Ja. Dec 15th, brigs Kurus, Parsons, Machias (and aid 23d for < arlisle Bav); I9th, HA Cook, Perkins, do (and sailed 1st for Montego Bav); 30th, Crawford. Small, do. Cld at St John NB6th inst, bark Atlas, Knowles, Dcnia; sell Julia, Anderson, Portland. (Per steamship Jura, at this port.] Ar at Liverpool 28rh ult, Edith Pepper, running ham. New York: 30th. North American, (s) Burge**, Portland; Sea. fm East port; Stephen Crowell, Bow man. New York. 81 d 27th, Chevalier, Perkins. Aden; John Clark. Letourman. Baltimore: Mary E Campbell, Morse, tor Callao; J Thompson, Blake. New York. Cld 29th. Charter Oak. Carver, New Cretans; John J Boyd. Thomas, and Lizzie Homans. McKinney, for New York: 31st, Premier, Thomas, Havana: Con signment, Tukey, New York; Home. Clifford, for Matauzas. Ent for loading 28th, Resolute, Freeman. N York; Revenue. Pousland. Montevideo; 31st, Ella A Clark, Sears, Maulmain. d\r at London 29th, Gen Putnam. Rabson. N York ; K II Taylor. Lord, and 11 Darling. Reed, do; Black Hawk. Duane, do. r ^r,at ^**a* 28,b. Wandering Jew. Smart, London tor ( nrdili. (and ancohred): 31st, I van hoe. Lade, fm ! a la‘!> ,a"d sailed for I^mdoii); Gulf Stream, Bart lett. New \ ork. (and sailed for do.) Ar at Ryde 1W. 1st inst, Egypt. Holmes. Callao, short of provisions. Off the Kddy,tone 26th, ship J»hn M Mayo, from London for C ardiff 3 Ar at Falmouth 28th, Lorenzo, Hamblin, ftn Maul main; Manlius, Brav, Mauritius. Sailed from Bristol 28th, Tigress, Stevens, from Cardiff. Ar at Newport 26th. Asa Eldridge, Coleman. fri*n London. Sailed from Swat sea 27th, Nellie Hunt, Leavitt,for Leghorn. Ar at Cardiff* 26th, Caroline E Kelley, Pote, from Newport. Ar at Greenock 27th nit, Col Ledyard, Sutton, ftn Huelva. Sailed from Lamlasli 30th, St Louis, Coffin, for New York. Sailed fm Troon 3ist, John W Andrews, Harding, for Cuba. Ar at Dublin 31st, Lucy Ellen. Soule. New York. . ... .. .... mvuuwuuiiij *IIU| OBIUIIUH1I, iruuxauu, New York. Sailed from Algoa Bay CGII, Unrania, Cooper, lor Table Bay. ^ ( Id at Gibraltar 26th ult. Spark of the Ocean, Kin ney, (fnmi Cardiff) for Leghorn. Ar at Cadiz 20«h ult. Ido Kimball, l'Inter, N York: 21st, Frances Secor, Thompson, do. Arat Havre 20th ult, Onward. Doty, from Phila delphia. Ar at Dunkirk 28th ult, Bernard, fm New Y'ork. Ar at Hremcrhaven 25th ult, Vandalia, Patten, (Yn New Orleans. At Rotterdam 29th ult, Cassilda, Stafford, for New castle NSW. Ar at Flushing 31st ult, Zeuas Coffin, Packard, fm i New York. Almeria. Dec 3»». The Am bark Elizat>eth Leavitt, i Brown, from Cadiz for Messina, in ballast, has foun dered at sea. Crew saved and arrived here. [Per steamship China, at New Y’ork.1 Ar at Liverpool 1st, Pleiades, Y'ates. New Orleans; Kegulus, Thompson, Montevideo; Pier nix, Brogger, Buenos Ayres. Cld 80th. Charmer, Lucas, Boston; 1st inst, W S Lindsay. Patten. New York. Ent for loading 80th, M R Ludwig. Harding, for New York; 2d, Chas Hill, Pcrcival, Montevideo and Buenos Ayres. < Id at London 1st inst R M Mills, Perry, for Mauritius. Arat < i ravescnd 2d. P PendtetonI Buxton, from Man/anilla for London ; Meridian, from New York I for do. .Sid from Falmouth 30th, Lorenzo, llamlim, (from Maul main) for*Devenport. Sailed from Shields 2d, Lochinvar. Boston. Ar at Antwerp 1st inst, Zen as Coffin, Packard, fm New Y ork. Ar at Bremerhavcn 26th ult, Evangeline, Gregory, Rangoon. Ar at Bordeaux 28th ult. Faith, Paddock, N Y'ork; •Toth, Milan, Weeks, New Orleans; 31st, Transit, Mi not, do. Ar at Lisbon 25th ult. Our I'nioti, Kent, from New I Y'ork. Ar at St Vincent 18th ult, M P Rich, Dix. from ! Cardiff. Ar at Messina 25th ult, Fannie Hamilton, Was#, fm ; Marseilles. Ar at Rio Grande Nov 26th, Camiola, Hopkins, fm Cadiz. Arat Montevideo Nov 25th, Sparkling Sea, Wis well, C aid iff. Sailed from Passarogang ftet 8th, Mary Glover, Hughes. Amsterdam. Ar at Melbourne Sept 28th. city of Bath, Cooper, New Y'ork (and sld Oct 28 for C allao.) Cld Oct 11. Sami Appleton, Osgood. Otago. Ar at Otago NZ, Sept 25th, Alfred Lemont, Mur phv. Melbourne. Lythnin. Dec 30. The cargo i# being discharged from the Brazil, from Bangor for Liverpool, which stranded on the Saltliotise Bank Dee 28. Cardiff, Dec 8. The Caroline E Kellev. Pote, from Newport for Havana, was ruu into whilst at anchor in peuarth Roads Dec 25, and sustained considerable damage; has come in here and will discharge. SPOKEN. Oct 15. lat 5 N, Ion 25 W, ship Mary Bradford, Wil son. from Cardiff for Hong Kong < >ct 28. lat 22 S. lou 22 E. ship R H Tucker, Clark, from < alcuttator Falmouth K. «»ct 2«. lat 27 -*>» W. Ion 2?* 40 W. ship Guiding Star, Small, from Boston for Ca'cutta. Oct 30, lat 35 S. Ion 24 E. ship Edward Hale, from Calcutta \ia Mauritius for Boston. Nov 23, lat 2 46 N. Ion 2258 W, ship King Philip, Bickford, from New Y'ork for San Francisco. Nov 20, lat 8N. Ion 22 31 W. ship John Patten, Emmons, from Liverpool for Singapore. lH*c 19. lat 30 06 X, lou 37 2» W. ship J G Richard son. Kendall. Callao for Antwerp. Dec 22. lat 45 50 N. Ion 24 20 w, ship Sunrise, Luce, from Livorpoo tor New Y’ork. Ih-c 22, lat 48 26, Ion 25 12. ship Kentuckian, Merry inau, from Liverpool for Portland. D«*c 23. no lat. Ac., (by a vessel which was iu lat 46 28 N, Ion 25 12. Dec 22d) ship Lorenzo, Hamlin, fm Maultnain via St Helena for England. Dec 31, 15 miles South of Old Heed of Kinsale, ship Ellen Austin, from Liverpool for New York. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING in the Portlaiiu Pont Office Janu ary Mth. uncalled for. I W~ti any of these letters are called for, please sav that they are advertised. I V'A11 letters advertised are subject to an extra charge of one cent. Sec. 5. AST® ME IT FURTHER EXACTED, That lifts of letters remaining uncalled tor in auy postotfice in any city, town or village where a newspaper shall be printed, shall hereafter be published once only in the new simper which bring issued weekly, or oftener. shall have the largest circulation within the range of delivery of said office.—Lair* <if the United State*. LADIES' LIST. tx-i.i/zie Aileu Jane Anderson James mm Anderson Mary L mm Allen M J mrs Allen Nancy Bucknain Abbie A mm Buckley Adaiine B inm Barker Chas W mrs Bennett Elizabeth S mrs Brad ish Fanny mrs Baker liattie mrs Brown Jane mrs Brazier John E mm ' Brown 31 ary A Baeou Mary E Blake Mary Bauuon Ktwe Brown Sarah S mrs Brooks Sarah E Blethen >u*an II mrs Bishop Sarah E mrs < obb Anu 31 mrs Couarv Agnes L Cummings Catherine I Chase • anunai < lark st> ('oncibil Jennie Corberd May (Hne st) Curtis M E Chute Martha Choate Sara H Drown Abbv Dver Almeda S DinstnoreA 31 mrs,Frank lin House Davis Almira W mm Dwinnll C mrs Daj Elizabeth Daniels Eli/a A mrs Dunscumh Kli/abeth mm Dow tieo \V mrs Dyer Jonah mm. Cape E Denton Lydia mrs Dyer 3Iarthn A mrs I >a\ is VI ii rv nir« Dolley Kosile mrs Elli* Augusta Kastman Nancy (1—3 Emery Octav ia C mrs Edwards Susan mrs Flanegan Ann Farrow Abby II Fairbrotbor Addie I Fo<s Clesfia mrs Freeman E d n»ra • Field Ellen Fogg Etta Z Fowler deorge mrs Fogg Harriet mrs Flint Julia Fuller Mary F. mrs Fickett Mary li mrs Furbish Sarah il mrs Flagg Sarah Friel) William mrs Finks Maria, (('ape Cot tage Hotel) (iouTdiiig Alice (York 8t) (iaramou Ab' ie 1, draves Kvprlina () tnrs dray Fannv E dreen Jessie drant Medina W damage Martha A (iould Nancy K Hartford Alexander mrs Hamilton < arrie M Harmon Elizabeth N Harvey Emma Higgeiis Ellen F Hatch Bather H mrs,Cape E Ferry Hyde Ellen M Henry Elizabeth Y lure LIDOy AOIjJr I Larribe Charles nirs Leach Debora mrs Lockead Lizzie A Libbv Lizzie 8 Littlefield Lizzie C Lambert George mrs Libby L mrs Lew ’Mary Leonard Mary E Lang Miriam mrs Lufkin 8 It A mrs Morton Angelia Met an by Dennis mrs Mortimer Lizzie A Morang Etta L Mann Einina. ( ape E Martin Emily C Marshall Ellen Morse Emma S mrs Mathews Henrietta mrs, Cape E Kerry Muuroe Martha A inrs Millikin Hannah 8 mrs Merrill Joel mrs McGillcuddy Denis or mrs Inez MeCay Maria L Met.rath Mary Morse Melissa Miller Ovide mrs Morgan Sarah mrs Moody Sophia mrs McGuire Susan mrs Mariner Susau 11 mrs Neal Ann North Frances M Nash Julia M Porter Lottie K Perhain Carrie G Parker Dorcas D Pratt Eber C nirs—2 l oiter mi/* a Pierce Geo 1* mrs Perking Julia P Perking Julia (Federal »t) i Phinney John II rars Palmer John mrs Prescott Lydia A rars Partington Lura mrs Purintou Maliuda mrs Passano miss (26 South High st) PemU-rson Mary Jane Penny Plmpsen* mrs Pulsiter Sarah H Plummer Sarah 31 mrs Mummer Susie tobinson Charles P mrs. care Parker’s grocery store, Congress st tobinson Jag A mrs Kev Head Julia Heed Junietta—2 tichardson J S mrs Huberts Lemuel Jj mrs ticker 31 ary K tiggs 31 ary K mrs—2 tundlett S* A inrs tbodes 33'm G mrs •awyer Anns K mrs ItVtaOB Amanda ihedd I» 31 •mall Lizzie A. Cape F. •essioeg Ella 31 Hater F.liza B mrs •mall Fannie 31 • mith Hannah K mrs Purges Louisa lawyer Mary F •anford 3Iati!da J mrs, Bracket's Island •utton 3!argret mrs iimoutou Phebe L Hanson Nellie Hayes G J mrs Harris John 31 mrs Hall L E mrs Henry Marietta mrs Higgcns Mary E Harris Mina Horton Relief mrs—2 Hobart Sylvester mrs Hunt ft&nford mrs Harlow Susan A mrs Uaggott Mary E Irvin Janet Jordan Ellen H. t ape E Jackson Hannah mrs Juukons Oliver mrs JordanSiiaan W mrs Jordan Virginia mrs Knight Eunice J Kendall Helen V Kane Mary Kennedy Margaret J Karney Richard mrs Smith Sn«an C Sawyer Sarah J mrs Shattuck William A mrs Stinson William B mrs Trimm Joseph I mrs Trobe Minnie Thomps. n Sarah mrs—2 Vanhorn C' V Waterhouse Ann mrs Warren Ann mrs W'allace Kliza J mn W'a.llwgli EUa M Woods John mrs Wallace Lovinia mrs W'elhi Lucy M Waite Martha mrs—2 Webb Margret mrs Wallace Mary J Welch Khotfa—2 Wallace Sophia A mrs—4 York I’ehorah A mrs—2 York George mrs GENTLEMEN'S LIST. A net oine John K Adams James Allen Jacob P Arinstroug James H Andrews John D Allen I homas 8 Brickett Alonzo Blake Albert K lien nett Burton j Heeling A Lamott ino**r*2 ! Brown L>avid, for Lewis T Brown I Bemis Or ! Barbour E R ! Boy den Edwin | Bacon Henry E ' Bliss II H, clothing naan Brown Isaac Babb J Edwin Brewster J f or I T eapt Bunker .lames Boothbv Joh L Butler Joseph (» Heat ! Brainard Le Kov ! Brackett Melville Bungy Nathn Bryant Orison G Blackie Richard, for miss .Sarah Blackie i Bourn Svlvanus j Brooks Tho mas B i Bragdon Win II I Brvch Wm, for Catherine O’Brien I Bent Win G,Co A 7th reg Maine Vols Bohan Win Baillie Wm.passenger per steamer John Bell I Ohas„* Anthony I Crockett Albina II | Curtis Clement 8 Cloudman I>avid P Corel! Edw T Cooper Frank Clark Geo Carlton Geo CobbU II Curtis Geo M Chase Geo Cool broth Geo—citizen Covey H A Cushman Henry . : t oad Joseph Carter John ( lark J W Connallv James ( lark J B Cook James C I'nrtM John Carter Josiah—2 Cavana John, for Bridget Duggan Card John capt Crosby M, fancy goods store—2 Cobnrn Moses R—2 Crosaoy J Harris Carr Peter—( ape E Carr Patrick, for Peter Codiru Crjraln P capt Calhoun 8am'1, for mrs Sam l Calhoun Campbell 8 A capt Conuely Thos C lumery Win Creary W in Drexcl Avis G Dean C A Decker ( has Dyer David—Cue E—2 Daniels E A Dyer Emery D—Cape E Duiin.ng (» W, for Thos U Dunning Dowliug Henry Dudley John Rev—3 Darlington John Davis Joseph Dilltnou J M 1 silly John Daggett Llewellyn I>avi» R L Denman Thos ; Doughty Thos Eveleth Deo L P i Evens Richard Edwards 8 ! Fuller Bishop j Fisher Beni I Fern aid Chas, for miss Louisa M Femaid Ficketi El ward 8 Fickett E. for Helen M Fickett i Flynn James | Fletcher Joel Frost Jacob capt ; Folle Mich Fairman llob’t | Fish 8 M i Farnsworth Theo’e Hcapt Foster Thomas Fisher Win Wheelock, Cape Elizabeth j Darduer ( hristopher capt Dreen Daniel, for John Culbert i Dreen Daniel—2 | Daspar Dardincr Dreen Doorge—2 Day Deorge Caspar Dardincr G liinti James | Green Joseph M Gratiam Ji-dediih Given* L s G realy Patrick Gusfin Samuel , Goodwin Edmund X i Gay Albert 8 Gordon William Haskell Alfred E ! IlodMloti Alonzo J : HaynesAsbury F IIa!'fed A M ' , Hastings A G : Holmes (’lias R « Hooper ( asper Holmes » has M Harris < lias I Hill David X : Harris Edward T Hanson Ephraim Hannaford F ran k A .CapeI i Hall Freeman Fv Hill Geo A Hooper Gillman I Hanscom Gilbert R Hatch 11 H Hunt Israel, for Jew W Itabbidge i Henry John C Hanson J W Harris Joseph Hall Jordan M Holland Johu Hynes Michael llodgedon Owen Holt K. dealer in wood Hutehinsou Stephen I fart ridge Sam’l A capt Higgins Fhos heirs of.late ol co 32d Mass Vols Holloway W E lieut Hart Wm, tor mrs Sarah Hart Jordan Albion F Jordan Harsil)ea,*Cape E Joues (.‘has 11 Johnson David R Johnson Freeman Johnson Geo Johnson Geo C Johnson Isaac June* James I* capt Jordan i diver Junkin* tdiver Johnson P J Joy I riah C Knight Geo T KeHy John Knight Lewis P Keveny Martin Kelley Michael Kelley Thomas Knight Thomas M Leighton Adam Lord ( ha* Leighton Erring A Leighton Jeremiah Leary John Libby Johnaon Littlefield J W Leighton L W, for G B Brood Lord Nelson Libby S E Lord A J Lincoln 8am T, for mrs Jane K Uncoln Leighton W T or W I Lang \Tm capt Libbv VVin kl.for miss La el la A Libby Morrill Alden K Merrill A J, for mrs A J Hodsdon Merrill Albert, Cane E Milns Alex'r, of N York Morrill A K Merrill Benj Magart Barney ■ Morse Benj McLregor Chas J M*( arty < has,care of mrs Lfowvah Morrill D H Mil liken I> C Me Elian Dennis. for Mi chael Murray Mitchell Ephraim Morrill Leo H Merrill II T—2 Mclntire I T Morse Isaac McDonald John Murrev James McLellan John Melody Jobn Marshall J B cant MrMeuamin John McDonagb Jobn Mc< orttney John Murphy John 11 MurphvJohn H.rner.tailor Moses J A. for mrs Clara A Moses Murry John McQueenv Michael Murray Michael McDonough Michael, for miss Margaret Kaine McDermitt Michael Mamchall Peter Morgan Patrick, Westb'kfl Meagher Patrick Merritt Phineas Mason Richard Morse Sarn’i J Morse Satn’l Murrv Thomas—2 March Wilber C Nelson Ale* O'Neil Edward Owen James, engineer Osgood A Wight O’Brien Patrick—J Miller O’Brien T.for John Miller Prince Allen, for mr§ Bet-] sie Prince Pridees Antonia Prentiss Addison, Cape £ Parsons Geo rapt Pettigrew John Palmer John G Pettengill Joseph Pope J li— 6 Parker Mr Pratt Stephen Pierce Sam’!, for Joseph Corliss Phillip# Wm II, for mra Mattie A Monroe * Quirk John Reid Alva G Roberts Albert H Ramsdell C V Rand C F Robbins E D Richards Geo Randall H, for miss Erne line Gonlding Kicker Hiram Racklef John Rose J B Rand Michael Richardson M R, for miss Catherine Cotter Rogers Rufus D Robinson Robert Robinson R W Robbins Sam’l Smith Andrew Chaa, care of mm McArthur Sanderson C C Short Chas E Stevens Chas. ag’t Shaw Dauiel G Saw op IWimI mM fan* E.for mm Sarah A Emery Small Darius, for Everett Small Small Edw, care of Thom as, Brown st Sv Boston Eliphalet Shea Freeman Smith Fred Sampson Geo I Sawyer Geo Stearns Geo F Stetson Isaiah, care of mesars Stetson k Co Shannon James Smith Jr John Shanian James Sanborn L Sfurtevant Lewis Dea Seam M B Severance N C Switser Richmond Skillen Wm II Smith Wm W Shepherd Wm W Stewart W A Rer Slemmon* Geo 8, Westb*k Toby Ezra Tar box Geo—2 Tripp Israel Thompson J X, for miss Hattie N Thompson Taylor a Co John ribbetts John W, Cape E Thurston U Tiles G W Weeks Alonso Walker Alonso Wijrjfius Chase Whittemore C Warren D L Winch Ezra Winslow Ebon X Waterhouse Eli W'oiles Eusel H Whitney G Hon White llenry C, co C 7tb Maim* Volt Weddell 11 P W illiams II W White John W’hitney J P West Janies L Watters J W Whitney M Wheeler Oriel A Wyman Reuben W heeler Thos H Walker Wiu Wick wire Wm C Veaton E Rev Veaton John fount J fork Joseph James S Dowling, bark Aberdeen Capt Franklin U Bean, sch Boxer Edgar J Preble, on board sch Bell Capt Albert ( lark, sch £ea Bird Capt Morgau. ship Henry Cook Capt E/ekiel Knights, sch Christing Capt of bark John Duffy Capt Pinkhain, sch (Georgia Deering Russell (* (till, sch Eugene, capt i>ill ( apt James Webber, sch Sarah Elizabeth Caj>t P konow INsifT Hauptmauu l.uhe Sildemo Vereington Staaten Capt ET Marshall, bark llellen Maria Capt Elijah Stratton, sch La Plata Edward < Bart, sch Wm S Loud John Hastings, on board sch Wm S Loud t.eo W Brown, care of capt Smith.sch Electric Light Frank Lewis.on board brig Marshall Dutch,capt Dtx Francis J Morse, baroue Josia Nichols Harmon Curtis, brig Milwaukie—2 Capt Kacey. bark (Mire Agent and owners of brig Pelican Chas B t.etcbell. on board brig Russian Eli(> Winslow, brig Speeds way. capt Atherton Wm 11 Clarke, ship (inidiug Star Charles Wells, ship Toma Frank L Landers, bark Waltham. A. T DOLE. Poetmaater. A Special Timing OF the Board of Trustees of H ATEHVtLLE t'OLLEUK is hereby called by the President to meet at the College chapel. January 3Hth. at six O' clock P. M., to consider the following subjects: 1. To see what measures the Trustees will take in relation to the land scrip granted by the Called Stall’s to the State of Maine for the benefit of Agri culture and the Mechanic Arts. 2. To see if the Trustees will aOTept an assignment of said scrip, or any part thereof, upon such condi tions as the Legislature may impose. mhI agree to perform such couditious, and give security for their performance. 3. go fill any vacancies which may then exist in the committee appointed at the auuuai meeting to have this matter in charge, aud to give them such farther instructions and powers as the Trustees may deem advisable. (» D B. PEPPER. Secretary Waterville. Jan. H. 1868- jaul6A23 LOST! ON Wednesday, of this week, a Check on Canal ltauk for the sum of One Hundred thirty-eight dollars and some cents, (exact uumber not remem bered i dated January 14th. 1863. signed by N. M. Woodinau. and payable to the order of C. U Allan k Co. All persons are hereby notified not to recetee said check, a-» payment of it has been stopped, janlti 2t