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'Saturday Morniug, Oct. 7, 1865.
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SAJf MAEIWO.
The following interesting sketch of the
filmed Republic of San Marino, is fnJm a let
ter of Washington Irving’s written in 1829.—
This wpuderftil stronghold of republican prin
ciples in the old world, baa stood through the
stones and changes of fourteen -centuries,
while great empires have tsprungup and grown
mighty and crumbled away, standing, “as the
bramble stands in the hurricane which unroots
the oakj” as strong and rtgordut to-day as in
the far, early ages when it had its beginning.—
“The Republic i3 about tan miles: (twislv* IV
tbe-rodd) southeast by Bimini, in" that district’
ofltaly comprised between-the Appenine3, the
Po, and the Adriatic; a portion of the ancient
Umbria, which was afterwards called by tl*
Romans Gallia Canpedena—now Romagna:
or moan properly Komagnoia. The original
name of its mountain was 'Titano;’ it ha3 its
name trom the 11 ret settlerbri It, one Marinfo, a
stonecutter, from Dalmatia, who, in theibnrth
century, chose it as a religious retreat, and in
due season became a saint. It was iris piety
which first settled the place, his disciples form
ed a religious'community; and' out of this
grew a political society founded on moral prin
ciples, industry and equality, the most solid
basis for Just and rational civil" institutions;—
andhere we have the principal cense of the dura
bility of the republic. Its small tertdtory was
slowly and gradually extended till the twelfth
century, by purchases from bordering States
and owners of land; in fine,by peaceful acquisi
tion ; and lias since remained, qs it is mow
wit bin a circumference of forty mile3; advanc
ing thus bv slow steps, it acquired degrees of
strength, always in proportion to its extent,
and formed in the same progress, ta Institu
tions, so as to ensure their permanence. When
the Republic had such an extension ofterrito
ly and increase of population as gave to it- po
litical importance, this, and its fortified posi
tion, made it an object for the ambition of its
neighbors; and it was thus compelled tbr a
long course of years to support a struggle for:
its independence; but its isolated position es&v
empted it from a participation in the violent
commotions which forcenturies agitated Italy,
nor did it ever voluntarily intariere in those
contests, almost continual, amongst the little
dukes and'priuces who bordered oh Its terri
tory. » * * * »
‘•X have caul that the actual territory of San
Marino, is a circumference of forty miles; X
learned from Don Antonio fa resident; that
its population wan then 7000; there are no ex
traordinarily rich, nor any abjectly poor among
themstrangers are permitted to settle, and ,
after six years residence maybe naturalised
and hold inferior cilices, ( but not executive.)
The executive—now called ‘CaptainRegent’—
chosen every six months by the representatives
of the people, sixty in number chosen also ev
ry sis months by the people, who in these peri
odical assembles make all such reforms in their
affairs as they deem necessary. Every man ca
pable of bearing arms, is enrolled amongst
“the defender* of the country audita loans;”
ali the officers of the government scree without
pay; the Republic pays a doctor and a’school
master only; the taxes mo eouqcqvieuUy very
light, exactly proportioned to the public ne
ceisiUes on the nuwt economical scale; Don
Antonio told me that a man ot 4ff,00t) dollars '
capital pays aboui two dollars a year ( i pre
sume direct tax.)
“besides San Marino proper, the city aid
seat of Government, there is at the foot of the
mountain a large ‘bourg,’ and at a small dis
tance from that a village; the remainder of the
terri tory presents the prospect of a rich jfoiv
produeing abundance of corn, nine and oil, all
of the best quality;—neat iarni houses, tiefds
well cultivated and well stocked, vineyards and
olive gardens, compose a landscape the most
enchanting, and the most gratifying to the
heart of him who reflects that all these indicar
tions of happiness result from a wide and just
social order. On all sides are seen the happy
effects of‘equality,’ comfort and competence,
peace and harmony./v QISUM.
“Such is the Republic of San Marino, which
through a long course ol' ages has preserved
its independence and its wise institutions,
in the midst of the wars and civil corhmoUous
with which it has been surrounded, and not
withstanding all the efforts of violence, cor
ruption and intrigue to destroy it, there it
proudly stands uninjured, the prototype of a
civil association the most perfect and admir
able) such as, before it was formed, existed on
ly in the Utopias of philosophers.’’
-!—r—!—I---A V ■ I or
THE IRON MAN.
A convict pressing his face against the iron
bars of a cell—did yon ever • see that sight ?
Did you ever hear the dismal clank, clank of
rusty iron against mouldering wood, or the reg
ular tramp of six hundred men, ail, of them
wearing the badges of sin and disgrace? Did'
you ever feel the cold,damp touch of the great
flag-stones; look up-to the dim roof through
the instertices of iron stairs; feel that all that
great space throbbed with human hearts,
trembled with human woe, and were not rea
dy to weep at the thought of ail the bitter
tears that'had been shed beside the hard, pal
lets? - t!
Some Sity that the most of such' a congre
gation are' given over to hardness of heart.
Yes, if one reads the stolid fries and dull eye
carelessly. . . -S-A
But this prisoner, with his lantern jaws, his
fierce, hollow, death-bright eye, his wide,
white-6eamed forehead, the gray hair Stand
ing back as if the hand had often pressed it
witli some burning feverish impulse—what do
you think his age was ? “Seventy.” A poor
guess; not forty-three. Ol what k hard;'
stony face.
“The man has no feeling,” said the gaoler—
“neither shame nor grief. He dares any
glance; be sneers at sympathy: his heart is
flint itself. Monsters are sometimes bom—I
thine be is one.” t
“But bis crime”—
“Wife murder—at least he caused her death.
She was a terrible woman, and neglected a
little child, I think, so th.it it died, 1 believe
and hated and finally Mired her.*”
A history to make one shudder.
“He has never expressed remorse, and our
chaplain sees him only, for form’s sake; U it
impossible to keep up an inffrey,” , n.
And’ ye£ there were some remnants of no
bility. liven this man had been j'oQtlg iind
comparatively innocent at his mother’s knee;
lie had loved; he had known sorrow; he did
feel remorse, perhaps, who could tell?
“Let her have it,” said the gaoler, as my lit
tle Mipnie picked a beautiful Slower ih>m for
bidden growth ' “ 1C -
“Little Minnie is haughty to-day,” said the
child in a subdued tone. “Mama put Minnie
in prison.”
buch a horrible revulsion passed over me at
these words. Hail not children -a, beautiful
fl “in-WbTl a V8D soul shuddered.
It was with an effort that I entered the gloomy
halls with soma friends, the child still nrat
tling. And yet I thank Godforlhat daPy tf
my existence. 3
The stony face wa3 them; the great Holing
eyes looked out eagerly. Seldom a children
in that deathly gloom. ■ a
“Man, do you want a pretty flower?” cried
Mmnie, holding it up. She was lilted to Iris
level. To my astonishment, he took it • his
lip quivered.
“Mail, you want*a kiss?” chirruped the
little bird voice. A sob that was almost ter
rific w<u the answer. He withdrew from the
sight as if lie had baen shot. We all stood
transfixed. A child’s voice had stirred the
locked-up waters ol his soul, and wc ended our
visit sEently.
The next day the warden came to my house.
“Jenner hasn’t been off his bed since yester
duv,” he said; “he begs you wUi see him.” In
less than fifteen minutes I stood in the cell.—
The man’s face no longer defiant, had grown
doath-iike.
“Oh! thank God—thank God!” he cried,
fervently; “till yesterday I thought my heart
was dead—but that child—that child—” he
'“^ouhfyou like to See her*”
He passed Ufa hand over ills face. iP'
“No; let me die with those sweet words
ringing in my ears, OUlmy little one—my
.own little darUng—your wicked father will
never see you—never—never.”
Wien the anguish had passed he told me
the history of his life—and. such a history!
Deep pity was in my heart long before he fin
The iron man was flesh again. He only liv
ed three months alter the defiant trill was
broken. Deeply did he repent, humbly pray
for mercy, and when his wasted face shone
with the Divine light of forgiveness he said to
me, “You may bring her—only once."
So my darling brightened the dreary hohr,
and on his dying lips her fluttering kiss fell
softly—the last life-throb that touched hto as
the, soul -rent out, leaving a smile behind.—
(Watchman and Reflector.
< -I" •- : rit , : -
StrPSitSTlTlOS AHTj 'dtliilGlOH.
The following striking extract, “reminding
ofi*,v says The Nation, “in its copiousness and
yet compression., of the old masters of English
sacred eloquence,” is quoted by Dr. Coienso
from an address by Mr. Ru3kin, in the “Ses
sional Papers of the Royal Institution of
British Architects,” for 1864-5, and forms the
motto to his last hook:
“Superstition, in ail times and among all
nations, is the fear of a spirit whose passions
are those of a man; whose acts are the acts of
a man; who is present in some places, not in
others; who makes some places holy, and not
others; who is kind to one person, unkind to
another; who is pleased or angry according to
the degree of attention you pay to him or
praise you refuse to him; who is hostUe gener
ally to human pleasure, but may be bribed by
a sacrifice of a part of that pleasure into per
mitting the rest. This, whatever form of
faith it colors, is the cause of superstition.
“And religion is the belief in a spirit whose
mercies are over all his works—who is kind
even to the unthankful ami the evil; who is
everywhere present, and therefore is in no
place to be sought, and in no place to be evad
ed ; to whom all creatures, times, and things
are everlastingly holy; and who claims, not
tithes of wealth or sevenths of days, but aU
the wealth that we have, and alt the days that
wp live, and aE the beings that we are; and
who claims that totality because he defights
ortly in the deEght of his crealures, and, be
cause, therefore, the one duty that they ewe
to him, and the only Sendee they can render
him, is to be hhppy. A spirit, therefore,
whose eternal benevolence cannot be angered,
cannot be appeased; whose laws are everlast
ing and inexorable, so that heaven and earth
must indeed pass away if one jot of them
failed; laws which attach to every wrong and
error a measured inevitable penalty, to every
rightness and prudence an assured reward,—
penalty of which the remittance cannot be
purchased, and. reward of which tho promise
cannot be broken.” •
Increasing Soil.—By deepening the cul
tivation of your soil you add to its quantity.
Thus, by having your soil 8 inches deep,
where before you bad it only 4 inches, you .
double its capacity—somewhat as though you
had two acres now where’you had only one
before. Did you never think of this ? Eight
inches of cultivated soil has double thestienzth
of four. Thisls a new 'way of increasing your
land—not new to our best farmers, who un
derstand all this—and hence they cultivate
deep—not deep at once, hut gradually, each
year a little deeper, or at every ploughing. -
Ploughing alone makes the soil mellow, and
lias a wonderful effect, even without manure;
hut manure, it nihst be remembered, is the
main reliance always. In deepening your
soil judgment is required. Not too much of
the.raw subsoil must be brought up at a time,
unless it is rich—then plough deep. In clay
soils, little at a thne is the true theory. Cut
off half an inch of clay, more or less, at each
ploughing. This, thrown up to the action of
the elements, will be reduced to powder, and
it at once goe3 to work drawing strength from
the atmosphere—clear profit, you see; it has
the effect of plaster. Then it is a manure in
itself. These heavy clay beds are valuable
"beds of manure. As they are generally spread
put with your soil you need only to adjust
your clevispin to manure your ground. But
this must onl^be donc when tUe.super-SfliLia.,
thorough y triable, Tn good cultivated order,
Too touch clay brouuht up Wffl stiffen your
soil, and air and heat and raiii are kept out;
and thus it remainSj stiff. QOld, stubboxu.soll,..
on WMeniltle or nothing can be grown.
Grass is the only thing that .stands the least
chance.—VaffCy Farmer
ISTtETW FIRM!
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NEW FALL GOODS.
5 spacious
No. 6 Free St. Block,
l Recently occupied by
Mosers. J. G. Tolford * Co.,
Have recei ved a large and desirable stock of
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods!
Consistihg In part fot Silks, Shawls, Thfbets, Plaid,
Striped and Plain Poplins, Super Black Alpafccas,
Black and Colored Tamiae Cloths, Delaines,, OKI /r
hams, Prints, Mourning and Fonoy Dress Goods,
Black Crapes, Crape Veils, Ac.
Housekeeping Goods !
Sueh as Linen Damask, Table Cloths, Napkins, Dia
per, Russia and American Crash, Huok Towels,
Blankets, Flannels, Quilts, Brown and Bleached
Cottons.,. »
WiJITE GKXXD3!
lnldalthStrlped and Checked Camhrlcs, and Nan
socks, Swiss Muslins, Brilliants, Piquet, Fronting
Linens, tUteq Hdkft, Embroideries, 6c.
Also, Beaver Cloths. Broadcloths, Casslmeres, r .
Cloakings, Shirting Flannels, and a variety*?
Fancy Goods, Hosiery and Ctloves!
■fo which we ipvile the attention of the former pa- ■
trons of tlie store and the public generally. With
pur laellitie* for purchasing we can confidently offer
extra indunemsnts to customers.
*■DTB* ■* ™
NEW AGENCY
j -FOR
Wheeler & Wilson’s SewingMachine,
At Ko. 11 Olapp’s Block, OonsresB 8t.,
PORTLAND, MAINE,
Where you will find a good assortment of an the ca
rious patterns of Case and quality manufactured by
'a« Com pan v. Machines sold at this office will be
\n *ood repair eno year tree ol charge. Thor
S^Wrnetion given at the office. Machine fittings,
constantly oh hand. ^ ‘
er'&TOl^&g***0* S*Ten 40 rcpa,r'n2 WhCe,‘ '
clmsh.g.'ld 41)0 be,t Panifly Machine, before pur
July 2f»—eod&w-n, WM' ^clTt°S,ne.
^ °TlCE.
THE COPARTNERSHIP Wt-L.. , v
tween the subscribers undnr thl “, .bf*
of J. O TOLFORD 6 CO., Is . n 8^Ie '
solved. Either of the partners is
to use the firm name in liquidation. ‘ authorized ,
The notes md accounts ol the late firm v
found at the Store of J. M. DYER 6 CO- "®
street Block. ' *ree
J. O. TOLFORD.
T. B. TOLFORd;
Portland, Sept. 8,1868. seplleodtw
H IS V It Y HeTms,
MANfFACTCUEE OF
Billiard Tables !
With Patent Combination Cushion., Patent Packets,
and all the latest improvements.
Any questions by mail immediately answered by
HENRY HEIMS, 865 Washington St.,
Betwoen Dover and Chapman Sts., Boston,
July 18—w6m
Miscellaneous.
= INTERHATIONlr
INSURANCE COMFY
No. 113 Broadway, N. York.
CASH CAPITAL,
$1,000,000
all paid i*.
Surplus,201,188,10
$1,201,188,10
Aaclt lan’r It 1883.
TM* Co. is the FIRST and ONLY Co. star orgsn
isod on this Continent, with an
it
Original Capital
(hie .. MilMoaA DoUats l
.«»/:p i*\ao‘i mo J
FIRE DEPARTMENT.
We are prepared to issue policies on Dwelling
Houses for a term of years, and also upon EVERY
SPECIES of INSURABLE PROPERTY at FAIR
RATES. - -3 :: ' '
MARINE INSURANCE,
Mafli* Issuance x>n HULLS, CAfteoH8, »and
FREIGHTS, TAKEN SPECIALLY or upon OPEN
POLICIES. The public will find it for their mterwt
to give ns a call. u wi x^.U od ol A
—- . < ,tmi
New York Estimate of (lie tateraalisaal.
As an indication of how this Company stands AT
HOME, we tabs the City business of 103 Companies
and Agencies, named in the Treasurer's Report of the
New York Board of Fire Insurance Companies, for
1884, and find that THE INTERNATIONAL RE
CEIVED MORE PREMIUMS IN THE CITY OF
NEW YORK THAN ANY OTHER COMPANY,
EXCEPT ORE? This list includes the English Com
panies and the Hartford Agencies, all of which fall
far behind the International in point of patrdna e in
this-City.—N&io York Commercial Advertiser.
Tlite is a most gratifying and remarkable fact, best
understood by those who beat fcnow the real merits
and s iHAil management cl this iter ling Corporation,
wldch thus with Ip two years takes tbe )et*d
of other Companies that have been established from
a quarter tb a half century! *5 *
OFFICE, 166 Fore Street, Portland, Me*
John W. Manger & Co.,
o'ittMly Agents.
NEW FALL GOODS I
Each Department!
j ; A Ij\ |f '-f 51
NEW STOCK
: of,
DESIRABLE GOODS!
For the Fall Trade!
B. F. HAMILTON & CD., ’Ml q
Career Congress uud Preble Su.
Sept 28-—d2w
AGENCY *.
-FOE TIIE
!<Gem” Linen Paper Collar !
Woodman, True Jt Co.,
r^r:
LOLLAES, euual lu every rc3pect to any Collar
which has (fverbeeti offered to the public.
It has the form and space _flf the “Moulded” Col
lar, and is “superior,” Irom tho improved method ol
“ “ **« “otabsorb WSWRES2
jimnUtoleCanbeSUP1’lie!lataUUmos’anc! 111 any
Also, have on hand as good an assortment oi
Ready-Mam Clammy,
Shirts hna Drawers,
*.nd GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS,
the •*
WOODMAN, TRUE & C0.,n <l
54 bad DB Middle Si. ** r
Sept 15—*dCw ijT i t ’ ?i , -s > * *,]
NEW PEEFtfME
FOR THE H ANJBKERCHJEfj 1 /I
IHO HO
— - i a «•
A West Exquisite, Dclicnfe nnd Vrn.
Brunt ’Perfume, Distilled from the'
Kurd- nnd Beautiful Viewer from
which It Hikes its name.
MariWititured only by PIIALON A «OX,
^_ t ■ itf; . .
it# Beware of Gounterfeits.
Mk fnr PttHlon'e—Take nn other.
SoM by dmgglsta generally. 'M *«•
Julyl—eodHticSC yeq etmO 36 x>Kv &>■'
W A. N T E B !
1000 Families
At 148 & ISO Exchange 8t;,
To examine out stock of
FTTRIMTURE
And UPHOLSTER? GOODS,
’ Consisting of the following articles • I
RICH PARLOR SETS,
Of the latest and moat fashionable patterns. A
Chamber Sets, Sofas,
[«nnges, Center TaWee, Bureaus, Sineks, Looking
Jlasaes, Teapoys, What-nots, Bat-Trees, Stuffed
Muldng ajid Pirlor Gliairs, Gents’ Easy and Ladies’
,ewmg Chairs, Ottomans, (.'Ticket*. Hassocks, &».—
Bedsteads, Mafgresses of all kind; Spring Beds,
Feather Beds. Bair and Feather Pillows.
Dane and Wood Sent Chairs of all de
script loan.
hudles and Settee Cradles; Kitchen and Deal Tables
>f all sizes; BLA K WALNUT and CHESTNUT
SXTENSION TABLES, Ofltceand toting Tables.
Also, a large variety of Children’s Chairs, Cribs,
[bundle Bods. &c.
We would also inform oar triends and the public
-saict ally that w« am prepared to ftimish and fitup
Steamboat and Ships’ Cabins!
Haug Draperies,Curtains, Shades, Stc.
Repairing Cabinet and Upholstery work done In
rtl its branches. Varnishing and Polishing, Boxing
sad Packing Furniture for trailsportatiou, <sc.
^.,**;<;0n>l-,Iand Furniture au<| Carpets
JOUkat, scHrr or exchanged on reasonable term a,
SARGENT, FREEMAN & CLEAVES. 1
*»}■*■-Freeman. Boti. A. Cleave,:.
“ yo“ "* want of any kind ol PRINTING
call at the Pjdly Pres s Office,
M iscellaneous.
NEW GOODS rr
,(.vyA ‘ ' ‘ id iiJttf'Wl.
The Best Stpck ever brought In
to this Market!
DESIRABLE
Cloths of the Best Quality!
SHADE 4e PINt«H, rf
. y. Mtfto t:'t •
FALL AND' "WINTER “WEAR I
OVERCOATS,
FROCKS,
DRESS COATS,
SACKS,
BUSINESS SUITS, -<< ■■■■■ •
VESTS Ajfl> PANTS.
MANUFACTURED TO MEASURE
At shoVt *o«lee, la the BEST manner. |
! ' ’ ksFD Df MB ;
MU-'i.- DATES*T 8TVvDE. t,si9; *
. jt : *'■ j •< n • > -»i?: '• •
{^•fifery Garment Warraated U Fit.^1
P. B. FROST,
Merchant Tailor,
94 Exchange Street.
Portland, Sept. 11,18?^ , , 1>mi ty.,
Furniture I ;! Furaiturel
j suoltr -tii( ■ l>oifi«TA_aUX am*
vidplty-thotBtsy 9*0 ;i} hLr- A- ,t<: <■
Constantly Receiving
! alnmomiJssl tn*at «* 4i Wiro5 $35ub9 **l
L A R G E HE N VOIC ES
w!_ ! 1lUiifoH .iCI H: •WKilBil'T 93
| i;i . •aao9JnlRn®P?rriiiw j*tfi •* ' •>
All Descriptions and Varieties
; iil« pie toI j.oih'Hijyi linil 8)-W|PffiMt 3n
F’ ’ * iht*
-PurnitilTel ’
l.' .vi Which {hey oftta1 at the ^ 1
Lowest Possible Cash Prices!
your patron***,;[ i^U.dii ovaUvT&ir IttSVbJSJ
,-gM 'Mun/yqmoO eniT siitTff «1
[BURROUGHS & HUDSON,
No. 4 Free Street Block.
Sept 8—d3m "■' }K ' . .. . , ..
_;_- ~ • - • .
| alio It estlE. Tfu #1 ii-i
CAUTION, CAUTI6N, CAUTION 1
-W!,...- i-:tw oi any;>i>6liAiti'aorf >oyi
1 , or ■ UflLUi‘;r wrfjo bid a»h -il*
KINGSFORD'S
Oswego Corn Starch!
Ia sueh popular use for food, has been counterfeited
by some unprincipled parties, and a spurlpus article
put up in Imitation Of their style of packages ani
trade-mark to deceive *te public. *■ - iJ"). r.
Dealers and customers, toavold deception, will see
that evory package Is marked plainly,
Kingsforifs Oswego Com SUroh,
Aug-7~43m_ -
Short Ac Loriag-,
66 and 68 Exchange Street,
PORTLAND,
HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
SCHOOL BOOKS,
SCHOOL BOOKS,
SCHOOL BOOKS,
SCHOOL BOOKS/
-AT- ' ■'
WHOLESALE AND RKTAlIs.
iAi SHORT LORINO, nT I u
86 & 58 EXCHANGE STREET.
Aug 28—(!2m
-—
A. *m NOYES <e SON,
No, 3fb Exchange Street,' *
PORTLAND - - . MAINE,
Manufacturers of and Dealers in
FURNACES, RANGES,
Cooking, Office and Parlor Stovee,
4“d WORKERS OF UBAVrrfi^U^
PUMp3. dead pipe, SHEET LEAD, and !
all kinds of Tin, Copper and Sheet Di
Don, In quantities to suit.
Sole Agents In Portland for the Celebrated
Rlagee Furnaces and. Stoves.
respecifeUy^sollcit
Portland AooidiTHTy'l*
V. O. FILES, 22 BAXPYQ&ST.,
PRIJfnT-RAT.
Pfoaae send for Circular. ^ sop25dtf
3-rand I'ruii Railway,
,<r/A4THOM .lactii t7i arTyr
Por Ticket* to all point* West* Scat* Wait,
APPLY TO THE ,‘ ^unff iDooT
General Western Ticket Office,
90 Exohange Street.
IAS. e._prinlle, 4v<mtr
in .**<,. l H»nhnag»8tr«et,’ •*-« vt«a.i,
August 10—Aim ■ ' - A flofiTLASD.
--—---' .m... ua.- ■ ■ j.i /rH). ■:■
-• Oopaatnerthip Notice. ,v-: £ - r
piP»wii
t>LUMM£B & dOiJEl
St°*k “d “* £
MKS6BS. CLOUDMAN & STEVENS, .
„ -p3 #.a-: *■■•
Vhere they intend to continue the .1 y...r.
Wholesale Grocery * Commission Ba^ijtesa.
Wears now prepared to offer th«
If Messnf. C.«SVandthe trade generally, a care
ully selected assortm-nt at Plant-, Teas,'Provisions
lacwheref** °D ** &Tqr*^e as oaj» be found
r “*M. Plummeb, ,
Porfland, Sept, 27, !865.
City of JPortlaiwl
SIX PER CL XT LOAX.
City of Portland,
TBEASCBBJt’S'OrrlcE, Lilli*. t
March 11, 1865.1
OITY OF PORTLAND SIX PEE CENT. BONDS
, aLc./or ,ale at offlce, iu sums to suit, not loss
r.0'^’w"0’ tlurtt>Amr, M tni year«’
line, with Interest Coupons attached, payable semi
TarT^f™* P‘ L(mD’
LOOK.AT THIS!
niii noti uirl t^ddilH /IIuH
GREAT PRICES firyEE .i-.
• , fob^_
hecond-Hand Clothing,
Of all descriptions, by
WM. FedecaJfStMtfK i-_
ugbought and sold. eeirtMtitf “
■*"*---i 'f'llit: rtt V.' *
.A fVwv Sale Cheap.
A OOOD Fruit and Confectionery Stand. This is
CX a rare chance for any one with a small capital.
Address, A. B. HILLMAN,
Sept 28—dlw* Portland p. 0.
_Miscellaneous.
reMoyalT
From is Exchange Street to 74
Middle Street.
E. WEBSTER, Insurance Agent,
SjsSSpfiSaSis®
SSSSbw^Swsssss
las, and would u rA,?a “ other reliable compan
‘ pVw, S UiU “ »b«»of the public patronage.
■*■*-■» * *»»•
J- E- FERN ALD& SON,
Merchant Tailors,
Middle Street,
Can now exhibit an
8TOOK
fAtfc JVIIO WINTER GOODS,
’ ,®**1 Gentlemen's Garments,
And wbpld te pleased to receive ordors for tie name.
ALSO FOB SALK
sms’ ruMisaiKG goods,
In Great Variety.
Sept. 18—d6w
f.G.SMITH i C)„
Marble Works!
Jfo, 3 Preble St. <
REMOVAL, REMOVAL I
i oici tv/£io oi 9R
,5RJtobjs
“AUDrt
lffl«:*OODS !
N. S. GARDINER
j k« tvnfimi '<ii3■ HO .j
! . . Tr*C HAS RECENTLY
Removed from 62 to SI Middle^St.,
,'AIha mbps bbcbntlt occoprKD bt ■<
PEtrcj[frvi A.vG)eR &, zc.vnuit,
Wi1,1 be, p'**8e<1 to »ee Ma friend*, old
and new. Has in store a
■MWiSTOCK xa.i
Overand Uudercoatings,
, Bluett Cloths and Doeskins,
Goods for Matched Business Suits,
Doeskins, /j .....
Vestings, -h.
Ail Imported goods from the best Manufacturers, and
purchasedin thu Now York Msrket.
. No psrnj will be spared in Manu&cturipg Gar
ments with due regard to style and under the cate of
experienced workmen.
He Win keep a full sleek of
Gentlemens’ Furnishing: Goods t
Selected with care. Have also the well known
^ ' flifrYai & Baker Sewing Machine*,
And will cheerfully give any toformatlon desired.—
CaU and getaetreuiar. ssptlSdtf
b.- h. jones”
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Boots, Shoes & Rubbers,
HI u . . *
d- Jo. Ill Federal St.,
MI 1 * 1 rVl_ “ ’./■
-■jjfrh POETIaAtfD, ME.
CUSTOM WORK,
kor Ladies and Gentlemen, from the very best
stock to hO found'In tho metropolitan and foreign
markets, made to order, and warranted to glvo en
tire satisfaction. a| j,
ifU First Glass Soots Made
1 With Pair Stitch,
1 None hut the best workmen employed, and the
shop constantly supplied with the best of stock, re
gardless of expense.
Mr. J. L. WILLEY, who has had long experience
ip manu&oturing custom weft to this city, has
charge of the minafkoturtag department.
PUNCTUALITY Is Ike motto of this establish
ment, and all wor)t ready for delivery when prom
• . lodoiaO
REPAIRING neatly done at Bhnrt notice.
Sept 12—dtf .
ALL RIGHT A GAIN!
_
MERRILL & SMALL
JSew and Complete Stock
[GY GOODS,
Hosiery, Gloves, Yarns,
Clonki Dress, and Tailors' Trimmings,
HEAD NETS,
BcitciasPs>£c-&c
For Variety aad- comprehensiveness w® think our
stock eoumto^iy in par largest cities, and will be
offert ato the trade upon such terms as will secure
their patronage ■■
1146. Iftddle Portland.
. ■ ,u,
'<»««“ Huu<lr.,«l
Coat, Pant and Vert Makers!
Wanted Immediately.
,!K?lBUtG«»». yfu.l
- M3ERIS0, MILLIKEK & 00,
. 8ST**™?**
PAE ties
wishing
merchandise
Bonglit or Sold to the Beet Advantage,
^ j SfchuM apply to the 1
gf&axttission. House
jr# ! of irnhtt Tjr. m dl ,?* »£,! :<•««
TJ- i1 s. RICE & CO.,
j i>iq |
./ | 03,Commercial St.
. Sept 8—dtf
« I) o *" " ^
Po»«*»V I
MESSER’S I
p°a^in>
****■»;
On and after June lf the (arc be
tween Portland and Bangror will J*e
$3.00; Rockland $.4.00: ether land
ings on the Raver reduced In pro
portion, per 8‘eamer Roarulaior.
^ . . A. SOMERBY, Agent,
Portland, May 31, 1333—dtt * W
_Miscellaneous.
September 25th.
AUTUMN GOODS !
Second. Stock !
Received and Now Opening
-AT TUB
3STEW STORE!
One Price, and No Variation!
ELDEN & WHITMAN,
WOULD announce to the public that they have
taken the Store
i
No. 5 Free Street Block,
Where they will offer to the trade
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
A full and seasonable assortment of
DRY GOODS!
‘ AND
WO O L EN8 !
-AT Tins
l.jjTjo OJ/TT IilOfTf! *„;l
Lowest Cash Prices.
1 Oi <• -<*•••!'.•‘xf MVi.x r-X..-'>!•( 1 • • » G*.V.
OUE MOTTO
j -lift |gd| Si-»*V\T ^CT j
ONE PRICE!
woi-m ft doisa—souil entatfoibii ii ri iLi
And No Variation.
We have adopted this principle incur business, be
cause we believe it the most pleasant and honorable
alike to the Merchant and the Customer, and feeling
sure that it is the only rule of business that is equally
j ust In its operation on all, and the only one that
con build up a permanent trade and secure the con
fidence of the
Whole Community!
With our facilities far purchasing in the market,
we confidently invite the,attention of the puhlle to
ouf STOCK: and PEICES.
We shall keen constantly in Btore a choice selection
of
SHAWLS, DRESS GOODS!
Comprising PLAIN COLORED SILKS, In medium
and heavy qualities; BLACK, DRESS and MAN
TILLA SILKS, of the best makes; THIBETS, to
all colors ; black and colored ALPAOCAS, la differ
ent grades; a complete line of
Plain Mourning Goods!
Embracing THIBETS, ALPINES, CANTON
CLOTHS, COBOURGS, Ac., Ac..
Fancy Dress Goods!
In all the newest and most desirable stylet. Plain
and Figured WOOL DELAINES; Figured Cotton
and Wool do. PRINTS; a full line o) WHITE
GOODS, of the best make and finish; a choice se
lection EMBROIDERIES, for Ladles’ a'd Children’s
wear;a complete assortment of Honsekccplug
Goods, Linens, Quilts, Blankets, Ac., Ac., In all
thoix varieties. Woolen Goods, for Mea’s and
Boys’ wear, in seasonable styles.
BEST PARIS KID GLOVES.
Hosiery, Gloves, Small Wares, Ac.
E.T. ELDE.V. JOHN WHITMAN,
late orWatervllle. late with
, -;l!1 10 : Hogg, Brown t Taylor,
Sept 12—rltt ■ , , Boston.
NEW FALL GOODS!
Comprising a flill Stock of
Black and Colored Corded Edge
RIBBONS !
Plaid & Fancy Bonnet Ribbons,
Black & Colored Velvet Ribbons,
Black English Crapes,
SILKS, SATINS, VELVET, FEATH
ERS, FLOWERS, GLOVES,*
DRESS TRIMMINGS.
-ALSO.
A toll Stock oI Straw mad Felt Goods, adapt
ed to City and Country trade, now opening and Tor
ealo at the lowest market pricei to dealers only, by
WILLIAM H. HORTON & CO.,
12 and 11 Fraaklla Street,
Sept 1—d3m . BOSTON.
NOTICE!
BEING about to moke a chan go in my business, I
shall offer my entiro stock of
Dfl Y OOO.I IS !
At GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, until all sold
out, commencing
TUESDAY, AUGUST 1st*
My stock * fuU And complete In every department.
Every &mfiy who wants any goo* for the nett six
months to como will do well to supply themselves
immediately, as the prices are dally advancing;
Possession giveAdnwsediaiely If desired.
Please call and examine.
S. B, GO WELL,
199 Middle Street.
Ang. 1—eod&wtf
New Meeting /House!
Notice to Contractors.
SEALED PROPOSALS, endorsed ‘ Proposals for
the eractlbn aiul completion of a wooden Church
Sdit.KC^^^?ed ‘,<>^.Ui® °rthe Comwss Street
Methodist Episcopal Society, to be located on the cor
**<l St. Lawrence St*., City of Port
tond, wtllbe received by tie anderaigneduatlUtM,
Tuesday. Oct. 10, 1865. ,
Place, Specifications, Ac., fnav bo examined at the
office of the Architect, Geo . M. liardhie
Bids for Carpentry and Masonry may be tendered
separately >•
The Cmnsolttoe hereliy reserve the right to HJect
any or all “Bids” received under this notice, ii in
their Judgment the interest of the Society require it.
GEO. M. HARDING.
Per Order Building Committee. sepgrdlOd
PORTLAND
BUSINESS COLLEGE
No. 8 Olapp’g Slock, Oongres* Street.
THIS Institution offers to young men and ladles
the best facilities for obtaining a thorough Busi
nas Education.
Scholarships for lull course, comprising both theo
ry and practice, good in thirty-six Colleges, constitut
ing the "International Chain," time unlimited.
For further information please callat the College, or
send for College Monthly and Specimens of Penman
ship, enclosing letter stamp. Address
BRYANT, STRATTON A GRAY
Aug 25—d&w3m Portland, Me,
Notice
11 HIE Firm of DEBLOIS A JACKtoV . ■
ksttsss&sS&S&r
• DBBLOIS b WEBB,
glwfll continue the business of their profession as
unaellors at Law, at
S#. 59 Exchange Street.
Thomas Amoby Dibloii,
_ Nathan Wibb.
Portland, Oct. 3,1865, d»w
Business Cards.
‘f.1 , I,, . __
Ji M. Dyer Sc Co.,
Having purchased our stock of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
And taken the store formally occupied bv ns we
would cordially ro-oipme'id them to the r.,|r. ,| .’ri.
our customer* and the public. .^“rom^eor
J. G. TOX.FOHU & Co.,
No. # Free Street Block.
Portland, Sept. 11,1,06. daodtw
I>eerink, vi illiken. & Co„
Succemors to G. L. Storer^ .Cb„
JOBBERS OF
Dry Goods, Woolens,
And Gent*’ Famishing Goods I
Manufacturers oi and Dealers, in
CLOTHING AND CLOAKS,
Agents for EMPIRE1 ’sntVlNG MACHINES for
State of Maine. >•
S8 ndd 00 Middle St , FOBtLAMD.
' Sept T—dtf
WILLIAM, H. CLIFFORD,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
_|.j SoUoltor of Patents,
JV#o i03 Middle Street,
Aug 28—dtf P0KTL-m)- MAIN£
H. H. BURBANK, ~
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
LIMERICK, MAINE.
WILL PROSECUTE CLAIMS AGAINST STATE
y ANT) UNITED STATES.
September 5.1*86. ,4 . 'T. • ii > •• dtf
JOHN F. ANDEKSON.
SURVEYOR & CIVIL ENGINEERS
OFFICE, CODMAN BLOCK,
inch IT d&wtf a,;, Tern, ie Street,
WILLIAM A. PEAfiCE,
PLUMBER!
O/Bil . MAKER OF - • * i!’ •
Force Pomps and Water Closets,
NO. 124 EXCHANGE STREET,
POltTLAND, ME.
Waim, Cold and Shower Baths, Wash
IBowle, Braes So Silver Plated Crake.
i • +rl*e- :
"Ft VERY description at Water FUtfwrw. forDwPl
...
J. T. Lewis & Co.,
Maira&etorers anti Wholesale Dealers in
READY-MADE CLOTHING
AND FURNISHING GOODS.
Chamber,. Mo*. 1 and 8 Pm Street Block,
(Over H. J. Libby & Co.'s) —
fefefSHS;} POfiTt ANb, ME,
_lylldh M
& CO.,
Fish and S a, 11,
PORTLAND, MAINE.
Lcthk* Dana, Wooddubx S, Dana,
Jane ldtf John a.[ 3. Dana.
CHAS. J. SCHUMACHER,
Fresco and Banner Painter,
NO. 144 MIDDLE STREET.
I' Portland, Maiuo. -{(
Work executed in every pul ot the State.
_Jcncldtt
c. P. KIMBALL,
»AXCT,cmn of
CARRIAGES AND SLEIGHS,
BLBSTR MET, (Bear Preble Bouae.) ■
PORTLAND, ME.
Sale Roams, 11# and 111 Sudbury St., Boston, Mats
janaltf
TRUNKS, VALIAS
* — AND
Traveling Bags !
IManniaotnred and for sale Wholesale and Re tan by
DURAN & BRACKETT,
No. 166 Middle Street.
All orders in the cffy or from the country promptly
filled. scptSSTOdti
ALEXANDER fi. KEEVes,
Tailor and Draper,
OS EXCHANGE STREET.
Manutactures to order and in the best wanner Mili
tary and b'avy Uniforms, and Boys Garments.
eeptddtTM
S I NGEH'S
SEWING MACHINES!
WOODMAN, TRUE & CO.,
Agents,
No*. 54 and 55 .... Middle Stmt.
Net dies and Trimmings always an hand.
marl8tf - T. . ■"""
Shirt Pattern*,
CUT FROM .MEASURE,
By CHARLES CCKTIK & CO.
May3—dtf_ f ~ 'MOatox Block.
WARREN’S IMPHOVEP
FIRE AND W ATER -PROOF F&LT
.. IjaVi., *.*»*,>♦
OOM POSITION*
Gravel Roofin|f
FOR FLAT ROOFS.,'
Hi HBRSEt, Ageiitf
Jan26dtf - * ‘ Vo WUbien Street.
Picture, Mirror and Portrait
FRAMES !
rta 1 . ALiUISMXTrruoe Kl HAW aH"
recently been opened at the corneoef Free and Crow
Streets by the
Messrs. Clear eland & Co.,
For their special accommodation. We hnv* there al
ready in a lew months established a business not «
eeile3 In tl.fc. State. We keep enmrt^t^ on hatd
everything in the FRAME kuo,and we have amona
thetory connected, where all out Frames are made
tor us by the best workmen tn the country to our
Mirror and Portrait, as .some of ear best artists ran
3S33S)£
We hare also a fhil lfno or OfwFnW* of every dc
Bcrlpti. pu on hand or mwle to artier^ *■ ... _
tK^iUiaud all joed* usodby Pho
tographic Artists, of tho best quality at reduced , li
re! Our facilities tor,buying, coupled with a s.x
▼ear* experience In the luslness renders us thus con
fldent ofgiving perfect satis&etdon.
Wnnueodl and ex unine for your.,elves.
noose ChKAVELAlB A CO.,
Cor. Free and Cross Sts., Second Floor.
Sept 30—d3w
;Pear Trees, Pear Trees!
jseswwa-, tmyTns rereircd
SERIES AT CAMBRIDGE, MASS,
°‘ lny ^
GEO. R. DAVIS,
Sapt 38—d3w M Exchange St., Portland.
Business Cards.
J. FDWA*0 GOVE & COT
^BODUGE
Commission Merchants,
AJD TFHOLEHLE DEALMI 121
Butter, Cheese, Eggs, Lard, Beaus.
! , dried APPLES, dtc.
Xo. 3 Lime Street, - . Portland, Ms.
Sjwclil attention paid to consignment of ill kinds
or Produce. *ep20dlyr
ELLIOT <e McC ALLAH,
I Dealers is
Boots, Shoes and Rubbers,
NO. 11 MARKET SQUARE,
M. r. ELLIOT, I
D. c. kcuallak, > Portland, Me.
gy Repairing done it short optics. «rpe9dim
DR. P. WADSWORTH, Jr.,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
; 1 ^®cs 3631-2 Oongma Street,
toMaS-aitatem Mpt Ifidlm
DR. U. Ni SMALL,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OFFICE NO. 193 1-2 00NGEE8S ST.
sdii _
t3T Residence >•. 4 Locust Street.
Ang 29—U2m r
MOSS FEEH Y,
PLAHT e r ers,
i '*'* PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
8TTT000 AND MASTIC W0AKEL8,
Oak: Street, between, Congress a ml Free Sts.,
.nub /J roinXASn, me.
Coloring, Whitening end White-Washing prompt
0rdcr*1 lroTO aut 01 toWB sri'rilsd.
| " ito*. Fred A. Prince,
Dentist,
No. U Clapp’s Block, Congress b’t,
PORTLAND, ME.
3ept 29—oodtl
HENRY P. WOltCKMTiilt,
ii. . GENERAL
Commission and Forwarding
MERCHANT.
|£SP“ Merchandise of all kinds bought and sold on
Northern account.
Office.—No. 12 Campbell's Wharl.
_ NORFOLK V'l.
Cy_ Consignments solicited.
Refers, by psrmterfon, to Messrs Messrs. LowoB A
* Pooraon; John Dennis Jt Co.:
Clark, Rood iSCo., Portland, Me. luaySldGm
Leave Your Demands tor Collection
7:- At B. D. Yerrill’8
Law and Collection Office,
Ko. 164 Middle Street, Portland.
Jan. 13—dtl~
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION I

STEPHEN A. EMERY,
H^SteJ^nfthe t0”’ “ prep"tdtore
PIANO-PORTE,
' it ; Either at the residence of pupils or at
No. 11 Olapp'a Block. Congress St, Portland.
Room Ns. a. npMwlCir
WM. JESSOP & 9(N, “
Steel Manufacturers !
• 1 j And Importers ol
IB./EB.CfF.OF
And other Norway op 13w«det Iron.
147 Milk Street, Boston: and 91 John 6treel. New
1 tor*. apSwiOm
R E M O V A Ij J
From 41 Union to 200 Fore St,
Opposite Manofactckess’ and TaAO^its Dank,
Joseph. Bradford,
Maaulactuxex ol and Dealer la
Carpenters’, Ship-Joiners’, Coopers
and Calters’ Tools, Ac.,
Hits Removed Qnmi his did stand fn Union Str<w»i
£*?• ^ Eobk St., where h# is prepared to tilt all
orders Carpenters* and odierTbolt? o» (ho
TC^iwatdualky.MMmrt nofloe »& « masSnnble
yp~'No. 200 Fore Street.
Jane 16—dtf
—___ _
PIAAI) fltrajJlAJI) FORTES.
Hm.I;tur4' heyYheU‘* **"* “* U**‘tan" ■*
NK» VOltK PIANO FoBTE CO.
394 Hudson N. V.,
01 K> the su
per or nuallty 6f these Inst rumente. Tbov are eaual
to 'SteW™-, ‘Chk-kmin.,-*-, or thoeTol «,K
no^,J manuacturor in this Country or Europe.
TheCcinapy beingcomposedof twontv oTOioboot
y>!tg*».t%lt be found in Uie 2rst dace manu
factories hi how York.principally ln8te.nwny’snian
nhvctory, every part oi their bio'.nmen' h lit .fone in
. *7e,*>85t nuulIieri ®ud this enables the company to fur
nish Pianos which, i( equalled, can hot he rurpaased
ter quality and power ol lone, easiness ot action and
beauty.
Judges of Pianos and purchasers are requested to
mil at 112 Middle SL, Portland, Maine, anytime dur
ing the day or evenlugfwhero two Piano* are for n c
and jEdge for themselves. o ’
o' A Good BAnoint is Waubabtid.
WHCWACHER * IIOWE,
Agente^hr^New Tort Plano Forte Co., 391^11 ndron v
PIANO JFOPTEN
dSCwSiStTi T^10 undersigned begs leave to an
rr*«" ff ■MDW wat are manufacturing and
U~- Y Upkeep constantly cm hand
Portos,
with all the modem lniproveir.oots, which they can
tell a* LOW-an can be pore laved elsewhere, el the
same quality, Wahayentada arrangements, e*Sh lo
keep an assortment of Hew York and Boston Plano
Rentes, among whiek are
iSteinway <0 Son*, of New York,
AD instruments eeM by "» •« warranted to give
satisfaction. . . . , .
Pianos to.be let, ss»l wining done by experienced
liunenT CALVIN EDWARDS* CO.
March A—<I*wtt
i. hTT>upee,
PHOTOGRAPHER I
May he found at No. 122 Middle Street.
where he is ready to wait upon any one wish
ing for pictures of themselves or Manila, at reasona
ble prices, for as good work as Is to he had at any
room in the city,. Copying dene of ail kinds of pie
tnres, and worked up by a competent artist at the
rooms. Eepaetal attention imid to Children s pic
tures ; also to pictures of skit or deoessed nenums
out of town or In the city. —penons
I iravo the okl iteqnttves of Mr. JlooriWs at my
rooms, taken whenhe wan in business; 11 lends who
had them there will 2nd them beTe, from which •
P*E Uk*“ wUhout ««oPJta£ M the lowest
The pnbKoarc requested to call and tM me a fry,
as I am bound to peaks as good work aa can be found.
An assortment (SfFRA SIRS, *c., wfll bo found
here. Palronageeolicltod.
Card Piet arcs *3,00 a Heirs, as good as
any one make*. _
CORNER of MIDDLE and PHI ON STS.
Bopt. 1—d*w3m ___
Housekeeping Goods!
ATELJ>EN<0 WHITMAN'S,
MnwiA which mar he found r—Mill Bhi'kett, all
- titter: Lancaster, Mancb«*.er and
— at l. w prie s;
Tjt el >,Crash
's ___ ko Now Store,
No. 0 Free XU. lephCutf
Kindling Wood.
Fa^ittTKaYr0ITy8te**' A ‘Ub,tItUt* »*
Sept l»-d3w»

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