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PORTLAND AND VICINITY.
Kew Advertisements To-DaV* E moval—J. H. Temple. Opera—Deeriuir ixa.it. ▲uctioo sale—E. M. Patten. Kul Olov i —Coai. Cast s k Co. State o< Mai nee—Circular. Uuderfhir 8, fo—Clias. custi* k Co. Board—77 Free gr. Pair xile—cLa^.Cu tia k Co. Surgcou Gen. ral’s ivotic© Meu's Gloves—Clias. Cuatis Jk Co. M. L. A. Lecture.—Rev. Dr. Bellows of New York, gave tlie fourth Lecture of the course last evening, and drew a full and bril- ! liaut audienco. The Lecturer took his au- 1 dieses wilh him ou his Journey to California, i Describing the vessel and passengers, in which | he left New York for the Golden State; the ■ railroad across tho Isthmus; the steamers on ■ the Pacific aud the Golden Gate through | which he passed to San Francisco. He drew j a contrast between the steamers ou the At- i Untie aud those ou the Paciiic, which was al- I together in favor of the latter. His description of the Golden Gate and the | Bay was interesting. The sea lions and other creatures in the Pacific were noticed, and es- j peciaily one big sea lion that was always | mounting the highest place on the island in I the Bay, and they called him Gen. Butler.— I The audience here applauded the speaker.— San Francisco was described,its history, won derful progress, the labor that had been per formed in building the city, and the character of its inhabitants. He said no people on the globe had worked harder and could show greater results of their labor than the Cali fornians. None but Anglo Saxons could have built such a city, and dug over the whole country in so short a time. He spoke of the Chinese who now resided in the Golden State to the number of 60,000.— They were au ingenious, quiet people, who followed alter the Yankees, aud picked up the crumbs. The various operations of mining were ful ly explained, aud ihe immense amount of work that had been done in the mining re gions. His descriptions ol the scenery in the country were apt, aud gave his hearers a good view of that section of our country. The forests were brought to view, and those gigantic trees, the wonder of the world, were described in line style so that his audience could almost see these monarchs aud meas ure them. But wo have not room to give even au outline ot this able and interesting lecture. Dr. Bellows is a fluent and natural 1 speaker, and his powers of description were exactly anited to such a lecture. His des cription of the grapes, fruits and vegetables of that country was highly gratifying, aud made his hearers feel as if they would like to j be among them. The Fifth Lecture under the auspices of 1 this Association, will bo given by Rt. Rev. Bishop Clark of Providence, next Wednesday evening. Thk Opkba.—Deering Hall was well filled last evening, and Balfe's Boss of Castile was admirably rendered by the troupe. We have never had tbe pleasure of hearing this opera before, but the musical soul of the com poser was in it from beginning to end. Balfe has composed some melodies which will live as long as the human heart continues to beat. The Rose of Castile is full of these touching melodies, and all the music is very fine. The instrumental parts are admirably adopted to the sentiments and feelings expressed by the perfumers. The opera exceeded our expec ts i -1.8, high as our opinion is of Balfe’s musi cal genius. The audience were much grati- , fled aud the performers often greeted with en thusiastic applause. It will be performed again this evening, and from the applause its per formance received last evening we think the hall will be filled to overflowing. We can as sure our readers that the music of this opera | is of a highly pleasing character, and cannot fail, as rendered by this company, of giving j entire .satisfaction. The agent of this troupe, ; Mr. Frank Rivers, exerts himself to give all j these who patronize these performances the worth of their money. It must bu remetnbrr- I ed taat his expenses are heavy, aud the admis sion fee is low for such musical exhibitions.— Operas are always expensive, vastly more so lliau concerts. We are glad our citizens pat ronize this troupe so well. Such liberal pat rouage will tend to keep our city well supplied with music of tbe first order. Let there be a rousing house this evening. Seeious Accident.—Mr. John Blew, a rigger, while at work yesterday afternoon on board schooner Storm King, adjusting the foremast stays, was struck ou the bead by the iron cap which slipped from its place, and cut a deep gash on the side of his head. This caused him to lose his hold, and he fell from the top of the mast, after vainly striving to sustain himself by his feet to the rigging. In tailing he struck the foresail, aud thence a dory ou tbe deck of the vessel, a distance of fifty-five feet from the top of the mast. So heavy was his fall, that the dory was smashed. He was able with a little assistance to walk to a store, and was then conveyed to hU resi dence on Commercial street. Dr. Robinson was called and found that the skull had been fractured just over the left eye, and ugly gashes cut in his head, besides seri ous bruises on his body. Notwithstanding these severe injuries, Blew was able to set up and liavo his wounds dressed. Hopes are en tertained of his recovery, though the wonder is that he was not instantly killed in falling such a distance. Complimentary. — The gentleman who sent us the following writes us that he is a cit izen of Boston, temporarily stopping here, that he iji not acquainted with the lady whose name he uses, and could not possibly recognize her upon the street, so that he can be influenced by no feeling of partiality: Portland, Nov. 80,1804. T* the XdUor tf the rrtet: Dear Sir,—As Portland has now lost her fa vorite songstress, Miss Cammett, I know of no one who can till the place better than Mrs. Merrill, the Soprano of St. Luke’s Church, whose voice is lull of sweetness and yet pow erful. Any one to hear her Sunday mornings j In the church service, cau testily that Portland I has some of the finest singing “birds” to be \ found in New England. Yours respectful'v. Music. The Quota Full—Notwithstanding the non allowance of the flfty-flve men enlisted in the Revenue cutters, by tbe Provost Marshsl General, tbe quota of Portland is now full, the list tnau having been enlisted yesterday. To the credit of the committee appointed by the citizens is it due that our quota has been fill ed. The amount subscribed by our citizens enabled the committee to continue the wot k of enlisting alter it was supposed our quota was filled. They kept at work taking the best men that ofiered, and wjlen the flfty-flve men ! on board the cutters were stricken from the returns, we wanted lets than a dozen to make the compliment good. To this committee as well as to those citizens who have so liberally j subscribed is due all praise. Labckny ok Wood.—For some ttme patt wood has b»en missed from the piles along th0 line of the Grand Trunk Railway Company, and Mr. Morgan, the wood agent, set himselt at work to discover the thief. After watching for some weeks he discovered the person he i was in quest of, who proved to be Thomas McLaughlin, a brakemau on one of the night trains. He was arrested and committed to jaii, and will have an examination before the Municipal Court McLaughlin has been in the habit of selling small quantities of wood to people in the city, and it is supposed that it was taken from the piles of the Company. Hobse Railboad.—The number of pas sengers conveyed over this road during the mouth of November was 74,161—not quite so many as during the two previous months, Poland Mineral Water. We are informed that the mineral spring* in Poland have been leased by some Boston gen tleman. Arrangements will soon bo made to furnish this celebrated water to the public at such prices that it can come within the reach of all. We are glad of it, for we consider this water very pul's. One of Us peculiar charac teristics is its lightness. A gallon of it does j not weigh so much by several ounce* ts com- - mon well water,consequently copious draughts ! of it do not overload the stomach. It is im pregnated with a few mineral substances which have a very beneficial effect upon cer tain diseases which afflict humanity. These springs are located on elevated ground that commands one of the most beautifnl land and water prospects to be found in our State. A good public house erected in the vicinity j of these springs would soon become a place of much resort both for seekers after health I or pleasure. Mr. Augusus, one-of the leasees, j is the son of the late Boston philanthropist : who was ever seeking to minister to the wants ; of the poor. Large amounts of money were deposited in his hands by the wealthy and charitable to bo distributed as his judgment might dictate. He was long the almoner of Boston philanthropists and did much good in his day. We hope the son will tread in the footprints of so good a father, and give to the sick who are poor and destitute drinks from these bubbling springs. It is no doubt better to make the human stomach the receptsele of such pure water than to make it an apothe cary’s shop. U. 8. Commissioners' Court. WM. H. CLIFFORD, ESQ., COMMISSIONER. Hubert Peel (not the late Chancellor of Ex chequor of England), was brought before the Commissioner yesterday charged with enticing soldiers to desert from the U. S. service, also with harboring deserters. He gave bail for his appearance before the Commissioner to day. Did’nt Pay.—A large number of shoulder hitters, thieves and pick-pockets from New York and Boston, passed through this city Wednesday to Augusta, at which place they expected to reap a large harvest in robbing the soldiers—those who are being paid off. On their arrival at Augusta, as they stepped from the cars, they found themselves surround ed by a file of soldiers, and were immediately marched off to the guard house, where they were detained until yesterday, when they took the “back track” and returned to Boston and New York, bitterly cursing all the officers at Augusta, and mournfully bewailing their own bad luck. Recruiting.—At the Provost Marshal’s of fice yesterday, five substitutes and recruits were accepted and credited—one to Portland, one to Naples, two to Limiogton, and one to Scarboro. Four were enlisted for the U. 8. regular service and credited—three to Bidde ford and one to Naples. Four were enlisted for the Naval service and credited—one to Biddeiord, one to Newfleld, and two to North Berwick. We would cheerfully call the attention of our readers to the Clothing advertisement of Messrs. P. Morrell & Co., in another column. Mr. Morrell is an old hand at the business hav ing had charge of the cutting department in the late Mr. Ballou’s employ for a series of years. He will give all fits who favors him with their patronage. Breaking into a Shop.—The Trunk and Saddlery shop of Messrs. Henry Dunn & Son, was entered Wednesday night by means ol a false key, the money drawer broken open, and about three dollars in currency stolen. No articles were missed from the shop. A per son in the painters room over the shop, heard the noise, but thought it was either Mr. Dunn or some one who belonged there. Narrow Escape.—As Mr. and Mis. Pop penburg were returning to Cape Elizabeth about three o'clock this morning from a sere nade to some friends in this city, on entering the boat it was capsized and Mrs. Poppenburg aud two gentlemen were thrown into the wa ter. By the exertion of a gentleman of the party they got out, though the lady was con siderably exhausted. Correction.—Allow me to correct a mis take in your Items yesterday. The late Con sul to Egypt was not the lather to A. W. Thayer, just appointed Consul to Trent, but an older brother, and both were sons to the gentleman of that name, so well known here as publisher of the “Independent Statesman,’’ a number of years since. E. Union Assemblies.—Let the lovers of fun remember the grand Union Assembly at Lan caster Hall to-night. The opening assembly on Thanksgiving evening gave promise of a brilliant and select party who will patronize these dances. Those who have heretofore at tended these parlies will not fail to do so this winter, and to those who have enjoyed one of thete social dances we say—go, by all means. The accident sustained by Mr. E. E. Little, by coming in contact with the gas fixtures in his cellar, we are glad to say was not so seri ous as has been represented in some papers.— Instead of being so badly injured as to entire, ly lose one eye, and a probable loss of the oth er, cne eye was not at all injured, and the other is fast recovering its usual sight. Accident.—As two ladies were pasting down Union street, when opposite the store of Breed & Tukey, one of them slipped and one of her legs went down between the building and grating, seriously Injuring her. She was conveyed to her residence and her injuries at tended to. Patents.—Patents have been granted to James M. Maxwell of Cape Elizabeth, for im provement in seed planter. Antedated Dec. 13,18G3. Also Qreenleaf Slackpole, of Ells worth, for improvement in Sewing Machines. Antedated Sept. 17,1863. Hall L. Davis has just issued his calen dar for 1800. It is beautifully got up and should be in every shop, counting room and office to which it will be an ornament. Burnett's original Cocoaine is the best hair dressing in the world. Look Out! The Publishers ot the Phila delphia Saturday Evening Post, and Lady's Friend—Messrs. Deacon & Peterson— caution the public against persons soliciting subscriptions for their periodicals, claiming to be travelling agents, and taking less than the regular rates. They employ no such agents, and will recognize none of their contracts. The Post is one of the bast literary papers n the country, worthy a place at every fire side, and the Lady's Friend is said to be equally deserving, though we cannot speak with the same confidence, not being in the regular receipt of it. Sisteblt—The Cincinnati Gazette re marks that the Republican majority in New England shows an increase ot nearly 14,000 over that of 1860. But th« increase in the nine northwestern States is 280,000. It adds: “Let New England, therefore, understand I thatthe West mast emphatically declare that she cannot spare from the great Continental i Republic her genius, her science, her literature and her education, though her comparatively barren soil t, 0f little worth, Drowned.—The Bath Times, of the 1st inst. states that Capt. Samuel G. Stinson, of that city, left his house about 8 o’clock, Tuesday eveuiDg, and was found Wednesday morning about 8 o’clock, In the river near Hospital Point. Capt. Stinson had not been lor some time in his right mind. Whether he fell into the river or voluntarily drowned himself can not be known. There were BQ bruises or marks i of Injury on the body. IT TELESRIPE I TWTfcW Portland Daily Probb. j FROM TENNESSEE. Official Confirmation of the Glori ous Victory. Rebel Loss OOOO, and lOOO Prison ers Captured. DESPERATE CHARGES OP THE ENEMY. evacuation of franklin. A Great Battle Momentarily Expected. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 1. The following dispatch was received late last night : Franklin, Tenn.,30th—Maj. Gen. Thomas: —The enemy made a heavy and persistent at tack with about two corps, commencing at about 4 o’clock, and lasting until alter dark, and was repulsed at all quarters with very heavy loss. Probably five or sis thousand men. Our loss was probably not more than one tenth of that number. We captured about 1000 men, including on Brigadier Gen eral. (Signed) J. M. Scofield. Major General. Parties arrived from the front, and who wit nessed the battle of yesterday, describe the attack of the rebel torces as desperate. Four charges were made upon tbe federal lines ot batteries in a body four lines deep; each time the rebels were repulsed with fearful loss. The fort is on the north bank of the river opposite the town, extending up the river, and eucircling the towu was the line of masked batteries. Eye witnesses say that this engagement in desperation and furious fighting was hardly equalled by the battle of atone River. Forrest in person, was on the field rallying his men. There is a rumor in circulation that he was killed, but it lacks confirmation. About 7 o’clock last night heavy reinforce ments reached Gen. Schofield, which caused a complete route of the rebel forces. Tbe city to-day is full of fleeing citizens from Williamson and other counties south. They state that Hood is gathering up all the horses, hogs, and males he pan find, and sending them south. There is a great panic among the negroes in the counties south of Nashville; numbers of them fleeing to this city for protection. The federal torces under Gen. Thomas re tired from Frauklin last night, and have taken a position, and formed in line of battle about three miles south of Nashville. Skirmishing has been going on all day about five miles south of here. Heavy cannonad ing can be distinctly heard in -this city. There is no want of confidence felt by the citizens in the ultimate success of our troops. The employees of the Quartermaster’s De partment are under arms, and in the trenches. Que hundred and seven rebel officers, in cluding one Brigadier General, with one thou sand prisoners arrived in this city tbis morn ing. They were captured in the fight last night near Franklin. A great battle may be momentarily expect ed. FBOM WASHINGTON. Hon. Joseph Holt Declares the appointment of Attorney General—Annual Reports of the Departments— Statement of a South er nee in relation to the Attempt to burn Hew York—Trial of a Guerrilla and Cap ture of others—Illness of Gen. Fessenden— Roger A. Pryor’s Statements. Washington, Dec. 1. Yesterday when the resignation of Attorney General Bates took effect the position was tendered to the Hon. Joseph Holt of Ken tucky, but that gentleman while thanking the President for this expression of his kindness and confidence, declined tbe appointment. The. report of the Postmaster General is the only one yet completely in type. It is expect ed the report of the other heads of depart ments will be printed by Sunday. From rresent appearances no advance copies of tbe President’s message will be seutto the newspaper press, aud therefore that document will be communicated to the country as last year by telegraph, probably on Monday. The Secretary of State directs that the fol lowing dispatch be known by telegraph: Office of the Associated Press, Baltimore, Del, Dec. 1.—A letter just received from An napolis at the office ot the Bali [more Ameri can from a paroled prisoner from Georgia, contains a statement which appears to be im portant in connection with the recent attempt to burn the city of New York. I send you the substance of tbe letter. It is signed by John H. Hippie, 29th Illinois Veteran Regi ment. He says when he passed through Sa vannah on tbe 19'h he was informed by a pro fessed Union citizen that he would hear of the greatest city burning on record if the rebels succeeded in the North, and it was to come in a very few days. The party went on to state that one Capt. Montgomery, formerly of Baltimore, who be fore the war was in the livery business, was the agent charged with tbe duty of firing the northern cities. Montgomery, he said, in tended to burn New York, Washington, Balti more and Philadelphia. He further said that the rebels in Savannah were in high expecta tion of soon hearing of Montgomery’s success, anti that he was to receive a large sum of mon ey if successful. The writer says he thought little of the statement until after bis arrival he saw the accounts In the papers, whereupon he deemed it his duty to make this statement for publication, deeming it proper that this infor mation should bo communicated to the Gov ernment. I take the liberty of sending you this dispatch respectfully. (Signed) Alex. Fulton. A military commission recently tried a citi zen who was enrolled at Washington nearly two years ago, thereby becoming liahle to draft, and who afterwards went to Richmond, enlisted in Mosby’s band of guerrillas and was subsequently captured. He was toun-l guilty and sentenced to be shot to death, but his sen tence has been commuted to confinement at hard i *bor for ten yeaisin the Clinton Piison, New York. Two of Mosby’s spies were arrested last night at Georgetown. Gen. Eagau is still in this city. Since the fever of his wound left him, he has been in a condition of great nervous prostration. Gen. Fesseuden is quite ill inconsequence of heinorage of the wound caused by the am putation of his leg. The statement which appeared in Wednes day morniug’s papers, concerning the admis sions of Roger A. Pryor, in relation to Gen. Sherman’s movements, shortly after he was taken prisoner, was based on the narration of several gentlemen who conversed with him.— Tbe denial of Pryor raises a question of ve racity between the parties to the conversation, without a reasonable prospect of an early ad justment. FROM RIO JANEIRO. Violent Tornado and Great Hamate done to the City — Houses Blown Down and others Middled by Hall-Vessels Wrecked and Loss of Life. New York. Dec. 1. Rio Janeiro dates of Oct. 13tb have been re ceived. A violent tornado occurred there Oct. 13th, damaging the city seriously for about a quar ter of a mile in width. Many houses were blown down, and others were completely rid dled by hail. The tornado lasted for fifteen minutes. The bark Leighton was capsized and lost, aid a little son of Capt. Blathford drowned.— The bark Lapwing was considerably damaged. Several foreign vessels were capsized and a number o! lives lost. A boat beloLgiug to4he English ship of.the line Bombay was upset, and the crew, with several officers, were lost. Washington Correspondence. New York, Dec. 1. The Commercial’s Washington special says there is no troth in the report that the collec tion of the additional income tax is delayed until the Supreme court decides on iis con s itutionality. The Po»t’» special Washington dispatch says the President has determined to reserve his decision of l he question of the Chief Jus ticeship of the Supreme Court, until after the arrival of the Members of (Congress. Collison in Vineyard Sound. Provincktowx, Mass., Dec. 1. Steamer C. C. Leary from New York,-put into this harbor to-day, having been some what damaged by collision with an unknown side-wheel steamer In Vineyard Sound last night. ATTEMPT TO BURN HEW YORK. Vigilance of the Authorities — Examination of Parties Arrested-The City under th. Strictest Surveillance —Alarm among th> \ Southerners - The Discovery of a Turned on a Sound Steamer. n. , ... Nkw York, Dac. 1. , * . Investigation of the plot to burn lht city is proceeding with the greatest vigor ana secrecy. Gen. Dtx is closeted daily with de tectivcs and others who are engaged in this business. i he examination of the prisoners has been going on before a military commission lor the past two days, and those most conversant with the cases, express great confidence that some ot the malefactors will be detected and pun ished under Gen. Dix’s order. The city at this moment is under the strict est surveillance. Lists of arrivals frem the South are Bent daily from the hotels to head quarters, aud all suspected persons who fail to report will be summarily punished. The lead ing hotel keepers are doiug ail in their powei to aid the authorities, aud arc in cons tan t com munication with them. It is an indication ol the thoroughness and skill with which these measures have been taken, that while the clos eet watch is kept throughout the city, the agents of the government and their operations are wholly unknown to the public at large. Tho condition of things naturally excites much alarm among the Southerners in this city. Large numbers of them register them selves daily, and many have cornu lorward to give what aid they can in detecting the plot. The number of these refugees has been much exaggerated. Those whose opportunities give them the beat means ol judging, estimate their number at from 10,000 to 15,000 only. Of these a large proportion are women and loyal Southerners who have abandoned their prop erty to escape the tyranny of Jeff. Davis. All who register themselves are obliged to take the oath of allegiance. The only exceptions to this rule are those who for reasons of pub lic policy aro excused, of course a very small fraction of the whole number. The precautions taken are such that it is probable that the city was never so safe as at this moment. The vigilance exercised is well illustrated by the discovery of the torpedo on board of one of the Sound steamers. It was a little pasteboard box, only about four inches long, and was placed in a boat which carries but tew passengers, and which afforded the best oppurtunity for such an enterprise. Not withstanding these facilities, it was instantly discovered and removed for obvious reasons. The authorities still refrain from famishing the names of the persons arrested. Such in formation is precisely that most desired by their confederates still at large. Arrival of Paroled Prisoners from Savannah —Consternation Among the Rebel Authori ties. Baltimore, Dec. 1. The special correspondent of the American Telegraph writes as follows from Annapolis: “The steamer Constitution has arrived with 700 paroled men. She left Savannah Sunday night. She brings no papers later than Nov. 22d. Nothing definite had been heard from Sher man ; but it was the general belief in Savan nah that he was advancing on that city in two columns. Ail is consternation among the rebel authori ties. The Imputed Cowardice of Foreign Massa chusetts Troops. New York, Dec. 1. There is the best authority for dennying the statements by a Washington special dispatch to a morning New York paper, that the for eign troops put into the field by Massachu setts, have proved cowards, traitors and de serters, but there is ample evidence of a di rectly contrary nature, they having proved themselves as fearless in battle, as excellent in morals both in the regiments serving in Sherman’s and in Grant’s armies. Of course the added statement that President, Lincoln intended demanding of Massachusetts other men to fill their places is simply a gratuious falsehood. Trial of a lake Erie Raider. Toronto, C. W„ Dec. 1. The case of Burleigh, one of the Lake Erie raiders, came before the court to-day. Mr. Bussell, the District Attorney of Detroit, con,* ducted the case. Witnesses identified the prisoner, and testified to the part taken by him in the raid. The case was then adjourn ed to next week. York Market, _ w New York, Dec 1. ^ Cotton—heavy; sales 200 bales; middling uplands Flour—sales 10 600 bbls; State and Western 10@15c •°wrr; State 9 ftOvgjlO 16: Rouud Hoop Ohio il 00 @i2 ifi; Western 9 o6@l 60; Southern—heavy; sales <0U bb:s at 1*1 65(6^16 15; Canada 10c lower; sates £50 bbl« at 9 V6@l i 0O. Wheat—Jt&2c lower; sale? 7500 bushels Chicago spring at is 23: Racine Spring 2 £5: Winter Red Wegt.rn 2 9g2 *6; JLivaaukto Club 2 24; Amber uichUan 2 47. Com—dull; sales 7600 bushels; mixed Western | 1 91 Oats—2o lower; State 99. Beef-sea< y. l*ork—bi^he ; sales f800 bbls one year old mess at 32 60@34 60. Laru—lower; sales 1500 bbls at 21f@2 ?e. Butter—Ol io at c5^.48c. Whiskey- fi mer: sale- 2200 bbls at 1 87@1 891. R’ce—firm; sties 200 bags Rangoon ar D}(&l4c. Sugar—firm; sales 60ohhds; Muscovado 201&234. Coflee—firm; sales 2000 bags Rio on priva*e terms. Molasses—-teady; sales 450 bbls Muscovado at 76; New Or.eans atl aj@l 30. Naval Stores—dull Tallow—active at lower prices; sales 257,009 fts at 17]@18}. Olh— ull; Petroleum—Aim; sales 1000 bbls crude at 47@48c. Wool—steady. Freights to Liverpool—-dull. Stock Market• Naw York, Deo. 1. Second t'oard — Stocke better. Chicago & Rook Island.103} Hudson. .118 Cleveland & Pittsburg.108] Reading .187} Michigan Central.128} Michigan Southern.69] Illinois Central 6crip,.128 Wile. 98} New York Central.118] United States 6's 1881 coupons,.112} United States 6-20 coupons.1C6 "reasury 7 8-lOths.H6 United States 6-21 registered.VI United States 10-40 coupons. 98] Unite t States one year certificates new. 97} Missouri 6’s. 60] Cumberland Coal Company preferred. 44} Cleveland & Toledo. 108] Cold closed to-night at Galligrr’s Evening Ex change at 2 29. JUST RECEIVED!! A NICE lot of New Buckwheat, Griham Flour, Oatmeal, Hof Yeast Cakes, and for sale by DANFORTH A CLIFFORD, novSOtf 8 Lime street. Skates I Skates I LAD*E8' Skates, Gents. Skates, Boys’ Skates, Norwich ( lipoer Skates, Blondin Skates, Douglas'* Pat. Ankle Support Skate*, WILLIAM’S & MORSE SKATES, And other celebrated Makers. SEato Straps. THE LABOEST ASBOBTMENT of 8KATES, and at as LOW PRICKS, to be found in the city. Please call and examine before purchasing. Not. 1—evdtf CUAS. DAY, Jr., 114 Middle 8t. Carriage Manufactory. F, XX. RandLall, Suscessor to J.'F. Libby, Manufacturer of CARRIAG|ES, AND SLEIGHS, No. 20 Preble Street, Portland, Me. The latest styles of carriage* and sleighs constant ly on hand, and made to order The new and elegant *'M n tor” sleighs are now on exhibition, and those wishing to pu chase are in vited to cell and examine. Repairing done with neatness and dispatch. nov4dtf Change of Proprietors, THE subscribers having taken the well known stand oi tbe late J . BALLOU, and added new and fresh goods to tbe former stock, are prepared to offer inducements to buyers of CLOTHING, to call at the old stand, No. 113 Exohange street, deoldfiw P. MORRELL fCO. HATCH & FROST. Produce Dealers, No. 16 Lime Street, u! A. FK08L ’ } PORTLAND, ME. [ The hiehest market price, pad for produce oi *11 kinds. Consignments solicited. 1 Deo. 1—3 m. U MISCELLANEOUS. GET THE BEST ! ARE YOU IN WANT OF A Sewing Machine? CALL AND EXAMINE THE EMPIRE! Whioh hae proved itself to be the best suited to all kinds of work of any now in use. It is proieonood by the most profound experts to b» Simplicity & Perfection Combined AN EXAMINATION OF This Ma chine, WILL SATISFY any person ITS SUPERIORITY. We are Using them Daily IN OUB CLOTHING And know they are the thing so long sought for. L. STOKER & CO., 5S and 60 Middle St> Portland, Me. General State Agents. Nor 17—dim STOVES, STOVES! On Sale or to luel \ — AT — C. H. STUART & CO.’S, 171 and 173 Middle Street. GOME AND SEE The celebrated large oven P. P. Stewart Cook and Parlor Stoves. The New Carpenter McGregor. The Meridian Cook. The Parlor Gas Burner, And various'other patterns of Cook and Parlor Stoves, lor City and Country use. Deo 1—dSm REMOVAL! REMOVAL! MESSRS. J. & B. JORDAN, TIAVB BEHOVED THEIR HARNESS MANUFACTORY To the new and elegant MORTON BLOCK, No. 389 Congvess Street, Directly opposite their old Stand, where may be iound a large assortment of HARNESSES, Made of the best materials, and in the most faithful manner. A large addition has been made to their former stock of SADDLES, BRIDLES, WHIPS, VALI SES, TRUNKS, HORSE BLAN KETS, SC., SC., SfC. Harnesses, Saddles, Bridles, &o.» made to order in the best style and at fair prices. Persons intending to purchase articles usually found in such an establishment, are invited to call and examine our stock. nov23 dim J. & B. JORDAN. GET THE uc,!»T ! WEBSTER’S UNABRIDGED DICTIONARY! NEW ILLUSTRATED EDITION! Thoroughly Rcvitcd and much Enlarged. OVER 3000 FINE ENGRAVINGS. lO.GCO WORDS at d MEANINGS not found in oth er Dictionar.es. Over thirty able American and European scholars employed upon this revision, and thirty years oi labor expended upon it Among the collaborators are Dr Mahn, of Berlin, Prcfe‘sore Porter, Dana, Whitiey, Hi d)e> Ly man, Gi man, and Thatcher, Cspr. Gralghill, cl West Point Military Academy, Indie .1. C Per kins, Prof. Stiles, A. L Halley, Esq , Ac , Aa. Several tables of great value, one of them of aft y quarto page-', Evplanatoiy and Pronouncing, ot names in fiction of pers.ins and pise s, pseudo* nyms, Ac., Ac., as Absddon, Acadia, Albany Regeuoy, Mother Cary, Mason and Dixon’s line, Mr. Micewber, Ac. Containing one-fi ith or one-fonrth more matter than any forms r editions. From rew electrotype plates and the Bivenlde Press. In One Vol. ot 1840 Royal Quarto Pages. "GETtheLATEST." "GETthe BEST." "GET WEBSTER." Pnbl’shed by G. A C. MEBIAM,Springfield.Mass For sals in this city by Bailey A Noyes, Ex ,banco street. novSi-tf FURS I^ F U RS I I I WOULD call the attention oi buyers to my LAR&B isTOCK of * FURS. 1^”All kinds ol Furs exchanged, altered and re paired. SHAW, ISTo. 136 Middle St. Nov 2i—twig ~ MRS. M. G. BROWN’S Branch Office is at 32 Congrttt Street, above City Building, Where yon will please send for a Circular. Consul tation free. nov24dtf * JOSIAH HEALD. DENTIST, It. 2S6 Congiws Street, corner of Temple Street, PORTLAND, MAINE. Oot 7—dtf M A # C II E S Of the best quality manufactured and forsale by Portland Match Comp'y, FORE STREET, Portland) - • • - Maine. All orders in the city, or from any part of the world where our flag is respected, promptly filled. sep28dtf TO FURNITURE DEALERS! Tucker’s Patent 8pring-Bed Bottoms! AND FOLDING OOTS, -AND - ALL KI^DS OF IROjYBEDSTEADS. NONE cheaper or bet'er in the market. The beet materials and the mo*t skillful workmen char acterize Tucker's Establishment A idress Hiram Tucker, li7 and 119 Court st., Boston novlfidtf Hudson Bay Sable. THI8 Fur. which is next In value::: t 9 Russian Sable, we shall ofler at Last, Year’s Frioes, j Until our present stock, which is very small, Is sold BYRON GREENOUGH & CO., Oot 0—dfw2m 40 Middle 8t. Portland, Saco & Portsmouth R. R. Co. DIVIDEND No. 42 will berayable December 7tb, to 8iockbotders of record November 30'h. 1804. Per Order, KUPHALET NOTT, decldtd Treasurer. ENTERTAINMENTS Peering H a li Dipkotobb.M ssrs. Camprell $■ Cabtle. Lsss.e and Manages.Mr. Frink Bivelb Stage Manager.J. M. Weston. Lnt Hight But One ! — OF — CAMPBELL & CASTLE’S ENCLISH-OPERA Troupe. -Another 1STew Opera! THE ROSE OF CASTILE I For the lest time here. Mesa's. Campbell & Castle take pleasure in announcing that after muoh cure and rerearoli among ihe musical pro less ion. they have suooeeded in re-organizing z full and effloient troupe for the production of fi.stclaEs ENGLISH OPERAS, In a style worthy the approbation an 1 support of all lovers of good mule. In addition to thfae pieces whioli tiny have already appeared in with tbemo?t | signal successes in New York and FM'ad Iphia, ihey ' have ad'ied to their repertoire the last new works, I whion have created so mar zed a sensation in Lon- j don The following names romprig* the principal artists. The 3 oun^ and and be&uiitul vocalist ITIiss Fanny Stockton, Prima Donna Sopraoo. ! Miss GEORGIE FOWLER, Contralto. Miss EMMA LEE, Soprano, j Mr. WILLIAM CASTLE, Primo Teucre. Mr. S. C. CAMPBELL, Primo Baritone. Mr. WALTER BIRCH, Second Tenor. Mr. WARREJV WHITE, First Basso. , Mr. JOHJV CLARK, Second Basso Mr. WM. SKA A TS, Basso Buffo. I Together with an Efficient Orchestra, and Chorus. Musical Conductor, Prof W. G. Diitrich. j Ftitlay Evening, Dec. itnd, Will be peformed Balpb’b New Opera called the Rose of Castile. Manuel. Mr. Wm. Cattle I Don Pedbt. Mr. 3.0 Campbell Dou Florlo, Mr. W. White j Don Sal nat. Mr. Waiter B rob Elvira, the Bote of Castile, Mias Fanny Stockton Do .na Carmou, Miss Georgie Fowler Lords, Ladies, fa., ty members of the Choi ns. S5P“For Music and particular, see dei'y small bills. Sattbday, Benefit of Miss Fannie Sect ion. Parqu^tte, 60c»nt-; Reserved Seals75cts; Gallery 85 cts. Tickets and reserved seats can he had at Da ns ’s Drug Store. Doors open at 7. Overture will commence at 4 to 8 Qje-ttooks of the Ope- a lor rale at the d or, no/.3dl0d W. H. Hough, Business Agt. P UNION ASSEMBLIES, LANCASTER HALL Every Friday Evening, Musis by Chandler’s Full Quadrille Band, Managers—J. H. Barb riok, J. B. Rsckieft, M. McC arthy^ W B. Stins-n, G. A. Hanson. C. Griffin, lick, t«, 75 cts. Dancing to commence at 8o’ciock. Clothing checkea free. nov 26 deodtf | GRAND Assemble. A Grand Assembly will beheld at Lancaster Hall, -ON Tuesday Evening, Dec. 6, MUSIC BY Chandler’s Quadrille Band. Tickets, 75 Cents. Managert. 3. G. Anthoioe, W. H. Colley. H. P. Fairfield, L. Pray. E. S. Wrrmwell. Dancing to comm-rce at 8 o’clock. HF* Clothing checked tree. deoldtd Independent Course of Lectures ON TUI STATE OF THE OOUNTBY, The course of lectures delivered last winter in the City Hall on the affairs of the Nation, by distinguished gentlemen from different sections of the Union, having been so universally appre ciated and sustained by the people;and in accor dance with the request of a large number of our citizens, and also in view of the continued dis turbances with which the oountry is afflicted, it is deemed advisable and useful to institute another series of like character for the coming winter. It is believed that by this method of obtaining the carefully considered and best thoughts of able minds from different sections of the Repub lic, not only will the patriotic life of the people be quickened, instructed and strengthened, but that something may thereby be doue to comfort and mitigate the sufferings of the sick and wounded soldiers of Maine, who have perilled their lives that the life of the nation might be preserved. Theproceedsof the course will be devoted to the benefit of the “Portland. Soldiert' Home.” The management of the course will be under the auspices of the following named citizens: Jacob McLellan Israel Washburn jr John Lynch Benj Kingsbury jr N A Foster Geo F Talbot Oliver Gerrish Woodbury Davis Edward Fox J B Drummond Geo W Woodman M A Blanchard Charles Holden Geo R Davis John T Gilman St John Smith WmW Woodbury D W Fessenden Wm Willis S E Spring W W Thomas J T McCobb Nath’l F Leering Joseph B Hall Rensellaer Cram Lewis B Smith Fred G Messer Henry P Lord Eben Steele Nathan Webb SW Larrabee Byron Greenough JohnB Brown T C Hersey Albert Marwick Henry Fox The following named persons have been en gaged to deliver addresses: Gov. John A. Andrew, of Mass. Frederic Douglass, Esq., of N. Y. Miss Ann E. Dickinson, of Penn. Wm. Lloyd Garrison, Esq., of Mass. Geo. Wm. Curiis, of N. Y. Hon. Geo. Thompson, of England. Hon. Alex. H. Bullock, of Mass. Rev. Dr. R. S. Storrs, Jr., of N. Y. Rev. Robert Collyer, of III. Rev. J. S. C. Abbott, the Historian. In addition to the above, correspondence is going on with distinguished gentlemen from whom replies have not thus far been received. The course will consist ot not less than ten lec tures, to commence early in December, 1864, and oontinue thereafter weekly. Tickets for the Course, $1,25. Evening tickets, 25 cents. For sale at the Bookstores, Messrs. Lowell & Senter’s, Crossman & Co.’s and Paine’s Musio store. 8ale of tickets limited to the capacity of the Hall. JACOB MCLELLAN ISRAEL WASHBURN,jr., Lecture JOHN LYNCH, BENJ. KINGSAURY, jr., Committee. M. A. BLANCHARD, Ocean Engine Co., No; 4, Will commence their Third Annual Course of Assemblies with a GRAND BALL, —AT— IV ew City Hall, Thanksgiving Night, Nov. 24. To bo followed (at Lancaster Hall) by Four As semblies, on Thursday Eights. A Grand Christmas Ball, On Monday Night, Dec. 26th, To elose with A Grand Firemen’*, Military and Civic NETT YEAR'S BALL, Monday Night, Jan. 2, 1865. Musio on Thanksgiving Night by Pappraburg's Band. Prompting by Pnor. A. J L juris. Mu ic for tho remainder of the curs.) by C hand ler’s Quadrille Band,—prompting by D. H. Chandler. T:oketa for the course.88 CO Single Tickotslor Thanksgiving Ball,. 11,0 " “ •• each Assembly. 7= “ " “ Christmas Bail. Inn “ “ “ New Year’s B .li,.. i« Gallery Tickets.:...... Jj For sale by the Managers and at the door. MAtfAGBHS : Foreman E. IIodoriss, Ass’t 8. 8 IIanxavokd, Seo C. O. Hinder, K. I> Pads C. H PuiLurs, B. A. Hall, W. A. Tatlou Dancing to commence at 8 o’clock Clothing checked free. novloeodtd Tripe. Tripe. Tripe! THIS delicious art cie of food may be obtained at any time by the Bbl haif bbl , q arter bbl or kit. on application to the mannfao urer, by mail, or otherwise All orders promptly attended to novWdw* C. W. BELKSAr. AUCTION SALES. “• M' ATTEN, AUCTIONEER, 12 Exchange ,t. HI- lasses m Auction. 1 T“? «d„'J’on'lLd*.y’ D?c 3nd- •* « A n.,«t office, i ! Four Hkds Mf>laC*C0Unt 01 wtoom m*y concern, ! -•■oiams. deo2td ] | *" M FATTEN, AUCTIONEER. 12 Excban^BF i rkN80.t«d.°/nC,",h* '* «* Auction. ! O floe, a«toyii Of c??ih1n10O iCiIoOk A' *" lt of' I thorough maurer aad0iu?,®L'i* ““d" ia lll» IUO,it in* In part ot Beaver, B"»s coa'a and Sxoka. Doeakin ’ Broadc oth, Over Facts, Silk, Batin, and Va'en.i. SSL®. "^a B,tlnet Ala". Uudor-ahira, iirawors decltd * *•»«, CaJara, fee. E. M. FATTEN, APCTION^^T^^- j Dry Goods at Auction, ON Saturday, Deo "d, at 10 a. m.. at office win re sold a general r83ortment of Dry iioods con- I sorting in part "fAlpaccas. Lyoneses, P aids, Merjl ; nos, tiinghains, Mohairs, bleuclicd and brown Cot- 1 toua, Jeans, Denims, Mtripes, lickings, Doylies, | Crash, Hdkf*. Damask, Linen Collars, Diaper Tow- 1 eU, Beavers, Broadolo'hs. Cassimens, natiuots, Bal morals, Hoop .'•kirt*. Under-Shirts and Drawers, to geih»r with an invoice of Pina, fable Cu fiery. Note and Letter Paper, fcc. nov30itd EDWARD Id. PATTEN, Commission Merchant & Auctioned H6/vL?.mov<ML 40 4418 »P»cioui store 13 Axonauge Street, four doors below MeroJiant’a Exchange. Will receive oonaignmenta of M<r ih»ndl*e o I promptaafea and retnrna^ ^sgff ! educational. Portland Academy ! ’<rha Winter Term will Begin Nov. 28. r|THI8 School la for both Minos and Masters, with* JL oat r gard t. are or attainments. Pupils may be admitted at any time in the term. For further particulars apply to J. H. aANbON, novl6d6m 871 Congress street. Casco Street Seminary. THE Winter Termor this8ohool for Kounp La dies and Bisses, will commence on Monday, Aov 28, acdooniinue ten weeks. There will bo a department tor Children under the charge of Miss Mary K. Hall. Miss U. HAWKK8. Portland, Nov. 19,1864.—nov21d2w Fryeburg Academy. THE Winter Term of this lostiiut on will oom mence We Ines lay. Deo Tth, under the charge ot U..E. F Ambr se, A 11. Principal. Mr. Chelae D. Ba'rows, a. B Assistant. Miss Ellin A. Ba - rows. Teacher in Music. D B. sKWALL, Beo'y. Fryeourg, bov 28, j86+—dl»4’»2w Maine Wf sleyan Seminary and Female College. THE Winter Term of this Institution will com mence Monday. Nov. 28th. and continue thir teen weeks. In addition to the usual branches of instruction, there win be a data in Vocal Music under the care of Pror. L>. (i. Harriman. For particulars send for Circu ar. _ S. ALLEN, Secretary. Kent’s Hill, Not 10.18C4. novl2d»w3vv BR IDG TO N ACAD E M Y At North Bridgton, Ml. THE Winter Team of this Institution will com* mmee on l'ue day. Deo 6, 18«4, uuder the eon tinned care of Mr. Charter E. Hilton A. M, long known as a thorough nnd p ,pnl.r Tc acber. THOMAd H. MEAD, Sec’y. Nor 21.1831.—<dgn* fwtd NEW HAMPSHIRE Commercial College, 0antral Hall,-Concord, N. H. THE most thorough and exteueivo Commercla j College in New England, presents unequalled facilities for imparting to young men and ladies a ooraplete business education. The Course of Instruction embraces both theory and praotioe. Scholarships for full course time unlimited, $35,00 Blanks tor full ooars, (who esale price) 9,50 | For Circular. Samples of Penmanship, Ac., ad dress WOKI HINOTON A WAKNER, Aug 9—d A warn Principals. North Yarmouth Academy, — AT — YARMOUTH, MAIJVE. THE Winter Term wi l c< mmeoo> Nov 2i Board can be liai with the Teach-rs at ‘Rus.ell Hail.” I ApDiytoE 8 u«»tT, A. M. Principe1, or Nov 14,1834—ood3'.v Ja§. kateb, Sec’y. NEW GOODS! F. B. FROST, Merotiant Tailor, 91 Exchange Street. HAS just ro'urned 'romNew York with a Grard afeortmeat of the BEST Gooda in the market, viz:— / FRENCH, ENGLISH, GERMAN, and SCOTCH C L O T H & Of the Beat Styles, Shade a and finish. Also, a prime lot of F'lLoy Clothe of the right sty.ei lor OVERCOATS, COATS, PANTS, VESTS, Ac. Purchas doia declining market and will be manu iactured to order i.t the De9t possible manner at so low a fl/uro that those about to purchase shoo’d give j him a call novI4dlm ! Portland and Kennebec R. R. Speoial IMotice! i maregn The Morning and Evening Train* baying AUGUSTA at 6.t0 A. M.,and [uulajli S.15 r. M., will be discontinued on and alter Tuesday, Nov. 1st, Except on Monday Morning* and Saturday Nights, until further Notice. B. H. CCS OMAN, Supt. October afi. 1864. ootffitf BOSTON INDORSEMENT —OF— Jaques’Famous Raven’s-Wing GENTLEMEN’S Ur ess Hoot HVackmg. HE Undersigned, after a lair t ial ot “Jaquea' jt'amoua Raven's- Winy Blacking,*' modt co-diai'y recomvuou i it to th -public as being the beat pio uctiou of the kind oversold by us. and, in our estimation, ful y equal to tiic imported black ing madd by Day & Martin. WHOLESALE GROCERS, Silas Pioroe & Co. Emmons, Danforth and Wa«on, Pierce St Co. Scudder, E T. Farrington, I. W. Munroe k Co. <ol Levi Bartlett k Co.)t'onant k Sanborn, Wm. Stearns & Co. Car er, %»anu * Co, G. F. fc B. Hurd & Jo. G. B. Talbot & Co. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS. Weeks & Potter, C C. Henshaw. J. A, k W. Biid, Banker A Carpenter, John Wilson -Jr. k Co. Geo 0. Goodwin k Co. M S. Burr k Co. Carter Rus. k Co. SHOE AND LEATHER DEALERS. A W Clsp!> & Co. John K. Pray k Son, unntA Fdmands, J. P.Phinney, 1. M. Rice k Co. Brroks k M*cu?n, John 8chayer, Foster, Peabody k Co. Used * xclutively by the Tremont Bouse, Revert Mou-e, Parker House, American House and Geo. Young’s Hotel. I have made use ot Mr Geo. Jsque’s Ravens’ Wiug Blacking, and And itto be of excellent quality, and remarkably free from crocking,and very « erm anent. I consider it to be an improvement on the , Celebrated Day 5'"M D . Stato Assayerto Massachusetts, Geolugi.t aad Consulting Cherniat. Iti superior qualities over any oth'r blacking in the wor d are a durable, brilliant polish, uuequahd for apl-rdor .and preduord with great earn, and its j guaranteed properties foreoltening and preserving the leather, Varioos sizes "Liquid” and ‘ Farts,” sold by the dozen, gross, bbl, or hhd, and handsomely nut ue ! for the retail trade. v 1 GEORGE JAQUES A CO, Proprietors I3S and 134 Stmt* Sirens, Bo.leu. __ Pnv23i.dlm __ SM VIEW AU1» I WILL pay any person the above rum who will ob ain me a permauent situation in a Btore.— Oyster or Eating Uou o i rafe-ed Addrers for three days w. W. WATSON, Portland, P. 0. dwldSl* AUCTION SALES. HKHKY BAILEY A CO. AooTionnxxs. Groc'ilci ui Auction. ON' Saturday, Dec 8, at 10 o'clock, at offioe, wa (ball cell an invoice o Croi erie., cone sling ot 26 boxes Soup, 26 boxes C'oBee, lu amal.' boxea lea. 6 bcxea stay Apple sobscco, boxia Biaich, Cigars, box.s Pepper, boats (singer, Cre.m tartar, Ac. Nov. 29—did***** REMOVAL! DR. 1F.W. DMlACi, Medical Electrician, Has removed bis offioe from Clapp’s Bioolt to 174 MIDDLE STREET, Stilly I'ppoiiti lid UiileJ listen Hotel, Vkut ks WOULD respectfully announce to theoltixens *>i Portland and vioinity, that be bus permanent* *Y located In ibis city. During tbe two years ae in»e “eau. in ibis city, we nave cured some ol olh V.,9t lorms 01 disease in persons wbo Lave tried tie»»r.'il;nn9 treatment in vain, and curing pa aslfid 1h^?c9'*®rt * li®“ th,t *be question Is ottoo wo will ..5*%8t*y eared r To answer tbir question doo'or thVwrS“tj*ViW“t d0 “ot 9,*y •«**<!. we Will Dr D u.*,^fnd tan*'10r nothing, one yean anS'uV PrMtlcx: electrician fer twenty SLeetrk5ty“»JSi!S ® "K®1" graduated physician in tbe form olV^tiy *dal'ted to chronic discs* j* In the bead, n«k7r°e“t“r ‘oi ic” nJotoSSL LeS*“iS“i consumption,wLen Involved; acute orohrom5erbeusoMt&ma^romitla,Ubi» diseases, white swellings, .pinai of tbe spine, oentraoted inusoles, distorted iirab* palsy or paralysis, St. Vitas- Dance, dS-nw, meringor besitanoy ot speech, dyspepsia inl«l tlon, oonetipation and liver oompiiint. riles wc a •# every case that can be presented; asthma, broni“iu* tie, strictures of tbe sheet, and ail forms ot rental i complaints. By BUeotrioity , The Kbeumatio, the gouty, the lame ud the is., leap with Joy, and move with the agility uad clastic 'ty of youth; the heated brain is oooivd; the frost bitten limbs restored, the oooouth deiormitlsui re moved j Ihintncss converted to vigor, we&kuo* to strength; the blind made to see, the deal to hear and the palsied lorm to move upright; the blemish,-* ■>, youth uro obliterated; the accidents ol mature ill* prevented; the calamities ol old age obviated, any as active circulation maintained. LADIES and ‘“‘i »et* stomsciii, lmnunmndwmkImoka: nervous and sick headache; dullness and swimming in the head, wltu Indigo*. L»h ®°“,tlP>‘t‘ou ol the bowels; painin the fide and baak; leacorrhcsa, (or whites); lulling ol th ',°®b mtara,J saucers, tumors, polypus an t *)* that long train ol diseases will And lu Eieeuio ty a sure mean, ol onre. For painiul menstruation too profuse menstrutUon, andsil of those long of troubles with young ladies, Electriolty is a oertaio speoiflo, and will, in a short time, restore tbo suffers? to the vigor of health. TEETH! TEETH! TEETH! Dr. D. still oontinnee to Extract Teeih by Electric ity teithout Pain. Ferrous ha inr? doosyed teeth or stump, they wish to have remo ed tor resetting he would give a polite Invitation -o cad. Buoor.or electro magnetic Machines lor sale for family ase wi h tt or- u. h iu-tri o ions. Dr. D. - an a commodit' a lew patienls with board and treatment at his hence. ofiloehoars from 8 - --■ *1 > w ♦?* ]* . gj from 1 to 8 r X., and 7to tin the Evening llOnsU.tsUOM s tem novltf Greatest Wonder of the Age. Gray Hair Restored to its Origi nal Color, PE E U PI A N HAIR REGENERATOR! Will mrelv restore grey heir to its original eolur where a thorough trial is given it. PERIT1AS HAIR RECEMRATOH Will surely remove Icubv, DiSDCsrr, and cure all humors of the soalp. PEREMI HAIR RtGEAEMTOii Acts upcnthe secretions rf tbe scarf skin of the scalp,giving life to the roots ot the hair and prevent ing it from falling cff. PEWiflM HAIR REREAERATOR Is the most perfect Hair Renew er in nse. E/erybody should use Peruvian Hair Kiok.-i brator. Beware qf Imitations! Call lor Peruvi an ha r Regenerator aud receive no other. Joces & Uav wholesale agents. 170 Washington at, Boston; Also Wicks & Potter, Carter, Hu t a Co , and oth rs. At whole a’e by Sherparu A Co. Port land. At ro ail L. C. Gilson UMariet Sqciri, Short A Waterhouse, cor Copgrtss tMlr uu st., aud detiers generally. nov 24—dam* U. S. marshal’s Notice. United States on America, I District ojt Main h, sb. j PI RECANT to Monition* roin the Don. Ashur Ware, J ud«re ot the United at*tea District 1 ourt ithiu aud for tbe District of Maine, 1 hen-ny *ivo pub ic notice that the follow ug L brh end Infurms lions baft been Died in said Court, vis A Libel against Two thousand cigars, seized by tbe collector « fihe District of Portiund and Pal mjuth, on tbe eighth day of October lastpaetat Port land in said Dfotnet. An Injormition against ten chests or tea and TWENTY -SEVEN HA c * CHESTS • ¥ TEA, seized by the Collector of the District of Port and and Fal mouth, on the seventh, day of O^tob r last Last, at Portlauo i« said District. An Information sga net one cask or whi*k»y, seized by ibe Co loo or of Abe District of Poitiand and Falmouth, on tbe nineteenth day of November instant, at Portlan. in sa d Di trict. A Libel against twenty-rouR bags or rags; ONE It'lDU D AND EIGHT WOOL S< CKS, OB HOSE; A LOT OB OLD LEAD, BRASS «>D COPPER, Seized by ibe Colitotor ef the District ot Portland aid F'al mouth, on the tw«nt>-f.ur'h day of Octobtr last pa<t at Portland in said l istrict. A Libel agaiost tuuxb thousand cioavs, seized by the Collector ot the Dis lie of 1 ortland and Fal mouth on th tenth dav of November instant, at Port'and iu said District. Wliioh seizures were for breaches of the law* ot the UniteJ 6tales, as is more par'icu a<ly set f >rth iu add Lioe s aid luformstiocii; that* bearing and trial will b : hid thereon,at Portland mtaid District, on the Second Tuesday of December next, w here any person* iu (crested thereiu, may appear and show cause, il any can be shown, wbeiefore the ssm» should not te decreed forfeit and dis: used of accord ing te law. Dated at Portland this twenty ninth day rf No vember A. D , I8fc4. F. A. QUIN BY, U. a. Deputy Marshal, Di«t. of Maine. d!4dnov29 Office of Collector of Internal Rev enue. First Collection District of State of Maine. No, 22 Exchange Street. Portland, Nov. 10,1884. I NATHL J. MILLhU, Collector oi Iiremil j Revenue for tlie first Collection District of U'Tine, her* by give notice to all persons cone rned, that 1 have received lor collection, the arettrmeLt l et committed to me by the Assessor the eof, in ac cordance with the previsions oi a Juint Resolution imposing a spt cial income dutv. passed by tbe Con gress of the Uni ed States and approved July 4th, 1864, and tfcat I will in parson or b/ deputy, attend to collecting aud receiving said income duties, as sess'MTand payable within the county ofCcraterlai d, in raid district, at my office, from the 10th da> < t November. 1864, to the 'id day of Dectmber. 1864, bo h da>a inclusive; that 1 will, in like manner at attend to collecting and receiving *aid duties ar*** ed aud payab’e within the county of York, in t>ai I District, at the following designated times and places, to wit: at the Saco Ucu.se, Saco, Monday, Nov. 28, 1S64, from 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. Bidtliford House, Biddkjtord, Tnaday, Nov. 29, 1864, from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Hotel kept by IF. 4. Hall, Kbhbbbubk. Wednes day, Nov. 80, 1864, from 11 A+M. to 2J P. M. Office of Francis Bacon, Esq.. Kittbry, Thursday, Dec. 1 1864, /tvns9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Newich'txoanick House, South Bbbwick, Friday, Dec. 2,1864, from 9 A. At. to 4 P JJ And I further give notice that all persons who sbail fail to pay said duties, assessed upon them as aforesa d, to me or roy deputy, withiu the timo« specifled, will bo liable to pay leaver centum *■ ui tloca\ which will In exacted in ail ©a ea. Persons in York ooauty, desirous of so doing, can pay said special ino- mo duties at wv < ffice in Pert laud, at auv time prior to Nov 28,1864. H._Payment must be made in treasury Notes or Bills of baiional B«nk§. or Bins oi na1h’L J. MILLER, Collector. Nov 10—dtdec2 (MPllSITOKS HMD ! WANTED immeolatUy. COMTCHITOH8. who w.Il bo paid rou-rtr-rivg cent. . tr ilioasand Apply at Herald Office, No. « Will »■» Court Bo - to“' _ E. C. BAIU&T. Propiletor. Dec 1—dlf 1ST O TJT o E. Stock holders9 Meeting. TFIKRK will be a special meeting of tbe Stock holders of *he baruawoith Manufacturing Com many.at the Conning Rocra of H J. Llbhv k Co., in rortlanj, on Thur»day, I>ecSfb, at 3 o'clock e. M. Per urdo»* or Director# S. B HASKELL, Clerk of Corporation. deeltd Dissolution of Copartnership. THE copartnership heretofore existing under the nemo and Arm oi Dra.e S Davii is this day ais solved by-util»l consent alt persons indebted to ,ald firm aro requested to settle ln.i> eeiiate y wtili a Davis attbeoid stard. who is authorn d to ad j i.t all milters ol the Arm. uov23dlm DRAKE k DAVIS. A Card. A. Davis k Cloyes Brothers having purobas"d the stook and taken the stand formerly occupied b7 Drake k Davis, would respectfully eoliait tba p t rouige of both firms at the old stand, wbe-e w-e ■hall ho known by the firm same oi Dtvla t Cloye, Brothers. A. Dans, F.H.Cu>tm, notrMla UH.Cx.org*,