Newspaper Page Text
PORTLAND DAILY PRESS.
KMKMM ***".*"• r»,.4.__PORTLAND, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 9, 1865,_Tmma $H ^ „draHce._ — - - __ PORTLAND DAILY PRESS: JOII2Y T# OII^JAN* Kilitor, PUBLISHED AT 82[ EXCHANGE STREET, BY N. A. FOSTER & CO. The Portland Daily Press is published at ftD.i'j per year m advance. 'i’liic Maine State Press is published every Thursday morning, at $2.00per annum, in advance; $2.25, paid within »ix months; and $2.50, if pay ment be uuiayed beyond six months. Rule* of Advertising. One inch of space, in length of column, constitute a “square.” $1.50 per square daily first week: 75 cents i>er week alter; three insertions, or less, $1.00; continu ing every other day after first week, 50 cents. Halt square, three insertions or less, 75 cents; one week, $l.ou; 50 cents per week alter. Under head of “Amusements/’ $2.00 uer square per week: three insertions or less, $1.50. “Special Notices,” $2.00 per square first week, $1.00 per square after; three insertions or less, $1.50; hall a square, three insertions, $1.00; one week, $1.50. Advertisements inserted in the “Maine State Press” (which has a largo circulation in every par of tho Slate) for $1.00 per square for first insertion4 ami 50 cents per square for each subsequent inser tion. Special Notices at tho usual rates. OP* All Communications intended for the paper should ce directed to the “Editor of the Press,” and those of a business character to the “Pub lishers.” KSr' JOB -PRINTING, of every description, exe cuted with dispatch; and all business pertaining to the Ollice or Paper promptly transacted on applica tion as above. Sunday Reading. From the Sherbrooke Gazette. The Household—The Child. In the person of a good and dutiful child are combined the highest possible objects of parental comfort, satisfaction with life, and laudable pride; while from a wayward, a dis obedient one, t here are ever returning to pa rents only grief, vexation and sad apprehen sions. The highest perfection in the world is filial goodness. So equally the deepest aud crudest sins possible to be committed, are found in the relation of child to parent. For the relation of parent to child, wrongs are, by the conditions of youth, lightly borne; their pain is short, comparatively light, and witli more of the chastening effect. But not so with wrongs coming from a child; the wounds they inflict are made deep, to heal slowly, if ever, and with then- keen, severe coldness they con geal the very heart for life. Wrong from pa rents catt Iasi only during youth when so eas ily borne, while wrongs lroui a child turn the summer aud autumn of parental life into a dreary winter. Hallam, the distinguished au thor, speaking of his son Arthur, who died soon after completing his college course, and in memory of whom Tennyson wrote his “In Memoriam,” said “He was the only one in whom 1 could find perfect companionship.”— The dutifulness of this youug man created, such atmosphere about him, that the father found the highest social comfort in his child though so much inferior in age and learning. Wliat, now’ was it that this lather found to love ? It was all that one can ever love on earth; the impersonation of his own tenden cies creating harmony of gentleness aud vir tue, truth, learning, aud a bright future of glory. The necessary, unspeakable loss, that enables parents to say “we have a child hi heaven,” but deepens after life into that pur pose aud action which opens untold springs of comfort. It is here that we find “Things are not what they seem,” but sad things turn to issues of blessedness. It is not real pain to think of one we have loved, that he “All In the marriafre garden, Grew, smiling, up to God.” And that dow he grows all in God’s own “marriage garden.” Some time since, a mother not tar away, read with apparent and just pride and eomiort,a portion of a letter just received from her sou, then about 20 years of age. The letter contained utterance of filial regard, high Christian sentiment; indeed all that could seemingly be desired in a son. I have the letter and will quote a few passages, —praying that our Townships may contain many whose heart breathings arc like exalted. Speaking of how quickly his boyhood has passed, lie says: “Yet l believe as Holland does, that ‘manhood is better than boyhood.’ I think I have been somewhat successful so far, and I owe it all (humanly speaking) to you. What has my training and early educa tion been worth to me? All it cost you, which was no little self denials butgreat ones. Your labor of precept and example I always lookback to with great respect, as well as pleasure. I kuow it will please you when I tell you I read the Bible; but did you not train me up to reau it? When I tell you I love to be in pmver meeting, (I repiy to my self) was uot 1 trained to go there? And tor this same reason do I not love to be in a Sab bath School, and love that name which is above every name,—the name of Jesus?”— With such sentiments was the letter iided, and 1 am prepared to say his life is as replete with Christian activity as liis letter with thought. It requires virtue to see virtue, grace to tee grace. It is when a child is elevated in such character, that the value of godly parents is seen, and for which deep gratitude is felt and spoken. No person ever ceases to be a child and to retain the obligations of a child. The material duties may end, but the duties which character aud principle bind upon a child can never cease. The parent may die, never theless I am a child still, and being such, am thereby foiced under obligations to a deport ment honorable to one to whom I owe (hu manly speaking) everything. It is just where this principle is rigidly held, that one finds it easy to fait into obedience to a ilivine and heavenly Father. The character which pure ly fulfills tne one resolution will also the other. A child who opposes a good parent is certainly misguided, however confident of being right he or she may be. No self conviction of a contrary right can ever justify opposition to a wise and faithful parent. U1 course tins subjection coutil not be ex pected to take from ayoutUt’.ie right of choice concerning a life profession and kindred in terests in which parent and child may differ. But a wise parent cheerfully defers to the choice of a child while honored by a lilial vir tue, uprightness and earnest industrious pur suit of good ends; such life can only end well. But a baiet'ul light hangs over the future of one who in vice and wrong fixes his face against parental wishes. Sad, sad, indeed, is the end of such a life. “The eye that mocketh at his father, and depiseth to obey his mother, the ravens of the valley shall pick it out and the young eagles shall devour it.” Said the venerable Dr. Shepard, “To such a child, in his wrong going, 1 woidd cry come back, come back, and 1 never would cease to plead.” But while some parents die with then- hearts over flowing with grateful joy for honorable cliild ren, others, who deserve better things, arc brought, by misguided sons and daughters down to autumn3 of tears- with which to close life. Nor is the cup of sorrow exhausted here, for the child takes it up and drinks the one or the other through life. A dutiful sou wears the smile of God, but a dark frown lin gers iu the way of the disobedient and per verse. Cliildhood and youth open the spriugs of life. Pulpit Ingenuity. A preacher in the neighborhood of Black friars, London, not undeservedly popular, had just finished an exhortation, strongly recom mending the liberal support of a certain very meritorious institution. The congregation was numerous, and the chapel crowded to ex cess. The discourse being liuislied, the plate was about to he handed round to the respec tive pews, when the preacher made this short address to the congregation: “From the sympathy I have witnessed in your countenances, and the strict attention ! you have honored me with, there is only one thing I am afraid ot: that some of you may feel inclined to give too much ; now it is my duty to inform you, that justice, though not so pleasant, should always be a prior virtue to generosity; therefore, as you will all be imme diately waited upon in your respective pews, 1 wish to have it thoroughly understood, that no poreon wiil think of putting anything into the plate, uho cannot pay his debts." 1 need not add that this advice produced a most over flowing collection. Pbayee.—Prayer is a haven to the ship wrecked man, an anchor to them that arc sinking in the waves, a staff to limbs that tot ter, a mine at jewels to the poor, a healer of diseases, and a guardian of health Prayer at once recures the coiitinuauee of our blessings, and dissipates the clouds of our calamities.— O blessed prayer 1 thou art the unwearied con queror of human woes the firm foundation oi human happiness, the source of ever enduring joy, the mother of philosophy. The man who cam pray truly, though languishing in extrem est ignorance, is richer than all beside; whilst the wretch who never bowed the knee, though proudly seated as monarch of all nations,'is pf all men tho most destitute.—[Chrysostom. - --if Miscellaneous. Holiday Presents. Great Prize Distribution -DY T1IE New York Gift Association! 713 Broadway, New York. BACH. 12 Rosewood Pianos, worth from $250.00 to 500.00 15 MeLdcons, Rosewood Cases, 125.00 to 225.00 150 Music Boxes, 15.00 to 45.00 100 Silver Revolving Patent Castors, 15.00 to 40.00 100 Silver Fruit and Cake Baskets, 15.00 to 35.00 500 Sets Silver Tea and Table Spoons, 15.00 to 30.00 100 Gold Hunting Case Watches, 75.00 to 150.00 150 Diamond Rings, Cluster, &c., 50.00 to 200.00 200 Gold Watchos, 00.00 to 103.00 300 Ladies’ Gold Watches, 60.00 to 85.00 500 Silver Watches, 25.00 to 50.00 Diamond Pins, Brooches and Ear Drops, Ladier Sets of Gold and Coral; Jet and Gold, Florentine, Mosaic, Jet. Lava, and Cameo; Sots oi Studs, Vest and Neck Chains, Plain and Chased Gold Rings,Gold Thimbles, Lockets, new style Belt Buckles, Gold Pens and Pencils, Farcy Work Boxes, Gold Pens with Gold and Silver Extension Holders, and a large as sortment of Fine Jewelry of every description, of the best make and latest styles, valued at 8500,000, To be Sold for One Dollar Each! Without regard to value, and not to be paid for until you know what you are to receive. Among those who have acknowledged the receipt of Valuable Gifts drawn from this Association re cently, the following kindly permit their names to be Robert H. Hotchkiss, New Haven, Conn., Melode on, value $150. W. F. T. Willis, W. 22d St., New York, Diamond Cluster Fin, valued $200. Mrs. R. G. Tappan, 16 York St, Gold Watch, value $125.— Mins Ellen F. Dickerson. Binghampton, N. Y., Melo deon, value $100. Mr. E. H. Stone. 52 Tenth St„ N. Y., Piano, value $350. Airs. Teresa A. Milier.Scran ton, Pa, Diamond King, value $175. Miss Ellen J. Peck, Springfield, 111., Melodcon. value $125. Dr. I. Van Rii>er, Washington, D. C. Gold Hunting Cased Watch, value $150. Edward H. Lindsay, Worcester, Mass, Piano, value $250. Mis* D. H. Far well, Du buque, Iowa, Diamond Ear Drps, value $250.— Francis 1. Moran, 13J Pearl St, Albany, N. Y., Music Box, value $40. Mrs. R. C Ingersoll, tJrbana, Oliie, Silver Set, value $60. Lieut. B. F. Hendricks, Will ard’s Hotel, Washington, I). C . Silver Patent Lever Watch, value $55. Many persons who have drawn valuable prizes, do not wish their names published or we might extend this list. MANNER OE DISTRIBUTION. CERTIFICATES naming each article and Its value, are placed in Sealed Envelopes, which are well mixed. One of these Envelopes, containing the Cer tificate or Order for some article, (worth at least one dollar at retail,) will bo delivered at our office, or sent by mail <o any address, without regard to choice, on receipt of 25 cents. The purchaser will see what ar ticle it draws, and its value, which may be from ONE TO FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS, and can then send One Dollar and receive the article named. S'lT'No Blanks—Every purchaser gets an article of value. Parties dealing with us may depend on having prompt returns, and the article drawn will be imme diately sent to any address by return mail or express. Eatire Satisfaction Guaranteed in all Cases. Six Certificates foj $1, Thirteen for .$2; Thirty three for Five Dollars. •AGENTS WANTED. Send lor a Circular All letters should be addressed T. BENTON & CO., Box 5567 Post Office, New York. Dec 2—dim* New Goods, New Goods ! JUST RECEIVED PROM B03T0R. HAVING taken one-hrlfol the Store occupied by MBS. K. T. CUSHMAN, No.8 Beering- Block, I am row ready to offer the public a now and choice selection oi FANCY GOODS! Consisting of HOODS, SHAWLS, GLOVES, HOSIERY, UN DER-VESTS, DRAWERS, CORSETS, <&c., And a fine selection of Thanksgiving and Christmas Presents. Also a new article never beforo introduced in this city. [ shall sell my goods as LOW as the lowest. I would most respectfully invite the public to call and examine my stock beforo purchasing elsewhere. COME ONE! COME ALL! TO NO. 2 UNDER. PEERING HALL. J. H. FOGG. Nov 28—d3w Apples, Butter, Cheese, And Lard. 200 DDLS. BALDWIN APPLES, 100 “ GREENING “ 50 “ NEW D1UED “ 50 TUBS CHOICE BUTTER,* 5000 lbs. NEW MILCH CHEESE, 50 TUBS PURE LARD, -FOR SALE BY C. W. SMITH, O and S Silver Street* Dec 4th, 18G5—-dtf BETTER HUBBY UP And get a supply of those TT nder-Plannels, Selling so LOW by P. MORRELL & CO., At 113 Exchange St. Dec 6—dtf Bargains, Bargains! Boots, Shoes & Rubbers, — AJ — Elliott & McOallar’s, No. 11 Market Square. WISHING to reduce our stock by the first of Jauuary, we shall offer for the next THIRTY DAYS, GREAT INDUCEMENTS to tho public In Boots,Shoes & Rubbers, Se that aU in want will certainly find It to their ad vantage to call and examine our stock and REDUCED PHICES, Being determined that our Goods and Price* shall he second to none. Our facilities for doing business are certainly as fa vorable for our customers as any in the city, and we feel confident that all who m*y give us a call will be satisfied in every respect as to our prices. Dec 5—(12 w Holiday Gifts. SPANISH, TURK, and other EASY CHAIRS, for Gentlemen, and elegant Italian and other Sewing Chairs for Ladies, Just received and for sale by BURROUGHS & HUDSON, 4 Free St. Block. Dec 4—dtf MUSKETS! A LOT of PRUSSIAN MUSKETS, and WIND SOTi RIFLES. just the things jor Ducking and Turkey Sh wtmg. For sale CHEAP, at 43 EXCHANGE STREET. O. L. BAILEY. Nov 27—isd2w ORANGES, ORANGES. .“.AA/ \ HAVANA ORANGES th£i day recoiv OVJVH, and for sale very low hy B. W. JONES, „ 115 Fore St. Doc G—dtf Christmas Presents. THERE is no article more useful to a pevson with aPl,r°priato for a Christmas present, than one of thofte neat pocket or family cases Homoeopathic Medicines, To be obtained at No. 82 Exchange Street. Dec 1—dCw M> SKAVKV. ' H. A. HALL HAS just received on consignment a BankruDt Stock ot RUBBER OVERCOATS which hels permitted to sell at So.Ot) each. Any person iu want should call immediately at his NEW RUBBER EMPORIUM, 147 Middle St. Nov. 8—dtf Ward, Artist. PHOTOGRAPHS painted in Oil, Water Color* and India Ink. Ambrotypes and Photographs en larged and painted, in all styles of the art. 113 Feaeral Street. I Dec 2—d2w# Miscellaneous. NOW IS THE TIME TO PURCHASE FRAMED ENGRAVINGS ! CHE^lP ! The following, together with One Thousand More CHOICE ENGRAVINGS Are offered, for a ehort time, FREE OF COST, The purchaser being required To Fay for Framing Only ! The Following are the regular retail prices of some of the Pictures we are now GIVING AWAY! Full length Engraving of Washington,.$3.00 Full length Engraving oi Lincoln,. 3.00 General Grant, on Horseback,. 2.00 General Sherman,.• • 1*00 General Sheridan,.... 1.00 Mrs. Lincoln,. 1.00 President Johnson,. 1.00 Hon. Wm. H. Seward,. 1.00 General McClellan,. 1.(0 Hon. Edward Everett,. 1.00 Beautiful English Farm Yard,. 1.00 Beautiful English Homestead,. 1.00 George and Martha Washington (ea). 1.0C Archbishop Hughes,. 1.00 Feoding the Horses, (very fine). 1.00 Village Blacksmith, (very fli:e). 3.00 FJno View of Portland,. 5.00 Departure of tho Pilgrims,. 3.00 Landing of the Pilgrims,. 3.00 Court of Death,. 1.00 First Prayer in Congress. 2.00 Washington's last interview with his Mother, 3.00 Washington's firstinverview with his Wife,.... 3.00 Washington's Inaugural,..". 3.00 Washington's Adieu to his Generals. 3.00 A. Hi SO, A CHOICE SELECTION OF Pictures in Oval Frames, Walnut and Gilt 1 Eight by Ton,.$1.50 Ditto in Rosewood and Gilt. 1.25 The Public can now procure Pictures of REAL MERIT1 At LOWER PRICES than erer before offered in Portland. As tbe subscribers wish to reduce tbeir Stock, and as they Manuibcture their Frames, they are enabled to give GOOD BARGAINS! R. J. D. Larrabee & Co., No. 69 Exchange Street, Nov 25—d4w PORT! AND. Half Million Dollars Worth TO BE DISPOSED OF AT ONE DOLLAR EACH, Without Regard to Value. Not to be Paid for until you know what you are to receive. SPLENDID LIST OF ARTICLES! All lo be Sold for ONE DOLLAR Each 2 300 Musical Boxes, $20 to $150 each 150 44 44 with Bells and Castinots, 200 to 500 44 BOO Siiver Teapots and Coffee Urns, 20 to 50 44 BOO 44 Chafing Dishes, 30 to 100 44 1000 44 Ice Pi chore, 20 to 50 44 2500 44 Syrup Cups, with Salvers,20 to B0 44 BOOt 44 Goblets A Drinking Cups, 5 to 60 41 3000 '4 Castors,' 15 to 20 44 2000 44 Fruit,Card &CakeBaskets20 to 5J 44 BOOO Doz .n Silver Tea Spoons, 10 to 20 doz. 100 0 0 4 4 44 TableSpoons&Forks2f to 40 44 260 Gents’ Goldliunt’g-Coso Watclie*60 to 100 each 250 Ladies' Gold & Enameled Hunt ing-Case Watches, 35 to 70 44 600 Gents’ Hunting - Caso Silver Watches, 35 to 70 44 200 Diamond Kings, 50 to 100 44 5000 Gold Vest ana Neck Chains, 4 to 30 “ 3000 Gold Oval Band Bracelets, 4 to 8 44 5000 Jet and Gold Bracelets, 6 to 10 44 200a Chatelaine Chains* GuardCliains,5 to 20 44 7000 Solitaire and Gold Brooches’ 4 to 10 44 5000 Opal and Emerald Brooches, 4 to 8 44 5000 Mosaic, Jet, Lava and Florentine Eardrops, 4 to 8 44 7500 Coral,Opal & Emerald Eardrops, 4 to 6 44 4000 California DiainondBreast-pins2.50 to 10 44 3000 Gold Fob and Vest Watch-key &2.50 to 8 44 4000 Fob and Vest Ribbon-slides, 3 to 10 44 5000 Sets Solitaire Sloeve-buttons, Studs, Ac., 3 to 8 44 3000 Gold Thimbles, Pencils, Ac., 4 to C 44 10000 Mlnature Lockets, 2.50 to 10 44 4000 44 44 magfc spring, 10 to 20 44 3000 Gold Toothpicks, Crosses, Ac, 2 to 8 44 5000 Plain Gold Kings, 4 to 10 44 10000 Stone Set and Signet Rings, 2.50 to 10 44 5000 Chased Gold Rings, 4 to 11 44 10000 California Diamond Rings, 2 to 1C 44 7500 Sets Ladies, Jewelry—Jet and Gold, 5 to 15 44 0000 Sets Ladies' Jewelry—Cameo, Pearl, Opal and other stones, 4 to 15 4r 10000 Gold Pens, Silver Extension Haiders and Pencils, 4 to 10 44 10000 Gold Pens, and Gold Monnted Holders, 6 to 10 44 5000 Gold Pens and Gold Extension Holders, 15 to 25 44 5000 Ladies’Gilt and Jet Buckles, 5 to 15 44 50 0 0 44 44 44 Hair Bars and Balls, 5 to 10 44 Certificates of the various articles ai e first put in to envelopes, sealed up and mixed; and when order ed are taken out without regard to choice, and sent by mail, thus giving all a fair chance. On .receipt of the certificate, you will seo what you are to have, and then it is at your option to send the Dollar and take the article or not. Purchasers may thus obtain a Gold Watch. Diamond Ring, or any set of Jewelry on our list for One Dollar. Send 25 Cents for Certificate* In all transactions by mail, we shall charge for for warding the Certificates, paying the postago and do ing the business, 25 cents each, which must be enclos ed when the Certificate is sent. Five Certificates will be sent for $1; 12 for $2; 30 for $5; 100 for $15. AGENTS—We want Agents in evory Regiment, and in every Town and County in the Country, and those acting as such will be allowed 10 cents on every certificate ordered by them, provided their remit tance amounts to One Dollar. Agents will collect 25 cents lor ovevy certificate, and remit 16 cents to us, either in Cash or Postage S;amps. BRYAN BROS. 4- CO., 58 Liberty St., Net. fork City. Nov 4—d3mo« Copartnership Notice! We, the undersigned, having formed a copartnership, are prepared to repair ©very description of FAIRBANKS SCALES, in the neatest manner, and with dispatch. We also put in com Lpleta order Skates, Scissors, Knives, &c. “Give us a Call.” TlIKKY &. WATSON, 6S Union St., ccr. Middle. Nov JS-dtr Machine Stitching! A LADY who has had seven years’ experience In the business, is prepared to do MACHINE STITCHING, Of every description, In the best manner, and on the most favorablo terms, at No, 32 Wiluiot Street, Nov 28d—dtt _ The National Traders Bank. fftHE Stockholders of this Bank are hereby notified A that their Annual Meeting will be held at their Banking Boom, on TUESDAY, the 9th day of Janu ary next, at 3 o'clock I\ M, to choose five Directors far tho ensuing year, and to act on any other busi ness that may legally come before them, „ „ . _ . EDWABD GOULD, Cashier. Portland, Deo 8, 1868,—dtd , Holiday Presents. Holiday Presents. GREAT SALE OF Watches,Chains, Diamond Rings,&c. ONE MILLION DOLLARS’ WORTH! To be disposed of at ONE DOLLAR EACH! Without regard to Value ! Not to be paid for until you know what you are to receive! Splendid. List of Articles S All to be sold at One Dollar Each ! 300 Musical Boxes, $20 to $150 each. 150 44 44 with Belli & Castinets, 200 to 500 44 500 Silver Teapots and Coffee Urns, 20 to 50 44 500 Silver Chafing Dishes, 30 to 100 44 1000 44 Ice Pitchers, 20 to 50 44 2500 44 Syrup Cups with Salvers, 20 to 50 44 5000 44 Goblets and Drinking Cups, 5 to 50 44 3000 Silver Castors, 15 to 50 44 2000 44 Fruit, card and Cake Baskets, 20 to 50 44 6000 Dozen Silver Tea Spoons. 10 to 20 doz. 100 0 4 4 44 Table Spoons & Forks, 20 to 40 44 250 Gent’s Gold Hunting-Case W atchee, 50 to 150 each. 250 Ladies’ cold and Enameled Hunting-case Watches, 35 to 70 44 500 Gent’s liunting-case Silver Watches, 35 to 70 44 200 Diamond Rings. 50 to 100 44 5000 Gold Vest anu Neck Chains, 4 to 30 44 3000 44 Oval Band Bracelets, 4 to 8 44 5000 Jet and Gold Bracelets, 6 to 10 44 2000 Chatelaine Chains and Guard Chains, 5 to 20 44 7000 Solitaire and Gold Brooches, 4 to 10 44 5000 Coral, Opal and Emerald Brooches, 4 to 8 44 5000 Mosiac, Jet, Lava & Floren tine Ear Drops, 41# 8 *4 7500 Coral, Opal, and Emerald Ear Drops 4 to 6 44 4000 California Diamond Breast pins. 8,50 to 10 44 3000 Gold Fob and Vest Watch keys, 2,50 to 8 44 4000 Fob and V^st Ribbon-slides, 3 to 10 4* 5000 Sets So'.itairo Sleeve-buttons, Studs. &cf 3 to 8 44 3000 Gold Thimbles, Pencils, &c, 4 to 6 44 16000 Minature Lockets, 2,50 to 10 44 4000 44 44 Magic Spring, 10 to 20 44 3000 Gold Toothpicks, Crosses, See, 2 to 8 44 5000 Plain Gold Rings, 4 to 10 44 5000 chast d 44 4 to 11 *4 10000 Stone Set and Signet Rings, 2,50 to 10 44 10:00 California Diamond Rings, 2 to 10 44 7500 Sets Ladies’ Jowelry — Jet and Gold, 5 to 15 44 6000 Sets Ladies Jewelry—Cameo, Pearl, Opal and other stones, 4 to 15 44 10600 Gold Pens, Silver Extension Holders and Pencils. 4 to 10 44 10000 Gold Pens and Gold Mounted Holders, 6 to 10 44 5000 Gold Pens and Gold Exten sion Holders, 15 to 25 44 5000 Ladies’ Gilt and Jet Buckles, 5 to 15 44 50 0 0 44 4 4 4 4 44 Hair Bars & Balls, 5 to 10 44 ARRANDALE & Co., Manufacturers Agents, No. 1G7, Broadway, New York, Announce that all of the above list of goods will be sold for One Dollar each. In consequence of the great stagnation ot trade in the manufacturing districts of England, through the war having cut off tlie supply of cotton, a large ?iuantitv of Valuable Jewelry, originally intended or the English market, has been s.ut off for sale in this country, and MUST HE SOLD AT ANY SAC RIFICE! Under these circumstances, ARRAN DALE & Co., acting as agents for the principal Eu ropean manufacturers have resolved upon a GREAT GIFT APPORTIONMENT, to be divided according to the following regulations: Certificates of the various articles are put into en velopes Indiscriminately, sealed up, and when order ed, are taken out without regard to choice, and sent by mail, thus showing no favoritism. On receipt of the certificate, you will see what you are to have, and them it is at your option to send tlie dollar and take the article or not. Purchasers may thus ob tain a Gold Watch. Diamond Ring, or any set of Jewelry on our list tor One Dollar. Send 25 cents for Certificate. In all transactions by mail, wo shall charge for formardiug the certificates, paying postage and do ing the business, 25 cents each, which must be en closed when the Certificate is sent for. Five certifi cates will be sent for $1, eleven for $2, thirty for $5, sixty-live for $10, one hundred tor $15. WHAT THE “PRESS” SAY OF US. The Lafayette (Ind.) Daily Courier, Mar. 18, 1865, says: “A better selected, more varied or fashionable as sortment of jewelry cannot be found on the conti nent than Arrandale & Co. arc now offering. Messrs. Arrandale & Co. occupy a high position in commer cial circles as men entirely above the common tricke ry of trade. Thoir statements may be implicitly re lied upon, both as to the character of their goods and the manner of disposal. Ladies especially, in all parts of the country, are realizing handsome profits as agents, and if any of our fair leaders desire to In terest themselves in the enterprise, they may do so with perfect confidence. Great Gift Distribution.—A rare opportuni ty is offered for obtaining watches, chains, diamond rings, diver ware, etc., by Moss s Arrandale & Co., at No. 167 Broadway. They have an immense stock of articles, varying in value, and all are offered at one dollar each. The distribution is very tairly done— you agree to take a certificate of a certain article, en closed in an envelope, and are not required to pay your dollar unless you arc satisfied with the article, which will certainly be worth more than the amount, and may be $50 or $100. An excellent mode this ot investing a dollar. —Sunday Times, N. Y. City, Feb., 1865. Messrs. Airandale & Co. have long been personally known to us, and we believe them to be every way worthy of public confidence.—New York Scottish American Journal, June 11, 1864. We have inspected, at the office of Arrandale & Co.’s Agency, lor European Manufacturing Jewel lers, a large assortment of fashionable and valuable Jewelry of the newest patterns. We also noticed a large quantity of silver plate, and understand that the whole of these newly imported articles are to be disposod ol on a novel principle, giving great advan tages to buyers, and affording extensive employment to agents. We know the firm in question to be very respectab le and thoroughly worthy of public confi dence, and recommend our friends to read their ad vertisement.— N. Y. Albion Sept. 3,1864. Employment fob Ladies.—The most eligible and profitable employment we have heard of for la dies Is the sale of certificates for tlio Great Gilt Dis tribution of Arrandale & Co. A lady of our ac quaintance has been very successful in this way, not only in filling her own purse, but also in doing a good turn to those to whom she sold the Certificates, as will be seen by our advertising columns. Gentlemen can also thus be engaged. N. Y. Sunday Mercury, Aug. 14, 1865. The British Whig of Kingston, C. W., Kay., Nov. 26th, 1864, “One of our lady subscribers became an agent for Arrandale & Co., and by request brought some twenty articles sent as prizes for her agency, to this office for inspection, and without hesitation we can state that each and all ol the articles were worth treble the amount of cost to the recipients, and some of them six times.” We have seen some very pretty specimens of Table and Teaspoons, Gold Watches, Ladies’ Chains, Pins, Bracelets, etc., which have been sent by Arrandale & Co. to this place for $1 each,—Angelica Reporter, N. Y. State, Feb. 15, 1865. AGENTS.—We want agents in every regiment, and in every town and county in the country, and thoso acting as such will be allowed 10 cents on every certificate ordered by them, provided their remit tance^mouuts to one dollar, also other inducements which can be learned on application. Agents will collect 25 cents for every certificate, and remit 15 cents to us either in cash or postage stamps. AKUANDALE & Co.. 167, Broadway, New York. dcc7d&wlm. SPLENDID JEWELRY, Watches, Diamonds &c. For the Holidays! THE HOUSE of BOSANQUET, GIRAUD & Co., have the pleasure of announcing that they have opened an Agency in the city ol New York, for the sale of their widely known JEWELRY, WATCHES, &c., and lor the pu-pose of making i heir goods as ex tensively known and appreciated in the United States ns they now are, and have been for over 70 years, in Europo; they have determined on a plan by which poor and rich alike may have the advantage of their splendid styles. As a preliminary, they would re mark that they manufacture and sell no imitation Jewelry or Watches, but All are Warranted Gold of the Finest Worlemanship. Our customers will also have the great advantage of a constant succession ol new and recherche styles and patterns with which we shall keep our New York Agency supplied. Wc nave adopted the plan of sale now so popular, of charging a uniform price, and this price will inva riably be $2 for each article, no matter how costly it maybe. The expenses of conducting our New York Agency are paid by the sale ofCertilicates or Coupons representing the various articles. These Certificates are sold at 50 cents each, or five tor $2, and each Cer tificate will show the holder the particular article he or she Is entitled to, on payment of an additional $2. If the article named on tho Certificate is not desired the holder will oblige us. when he returns the Certif icate, by stating what othor article of the same value he or she may prefer, and It will be sent with pleas ure, OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE, and every means to that end will be exerted. We solicit a trial from every one who reads this notice as we are confident of giving the utmost satisfaction. THE STOCK COMPRISES Amongst other articles, Splendid Clocks, Gold and Silver Watches, Rings bot with Diamonds, Rubies, Pearls, Garnet and other Stones, (solitaire and in clusters). Ladles’ sets of Jewelry comprising Pins and Ear Rings of the most fashionable styles, set In Prec ious Stones of every variety, together with a large as sortment of Gold and Eiiaincllod and Pearl Seta, Gold Studs and Sleeve Buttons of the most beauttful patterns, Gents’ Bosom and Scarf Pins, and an end less varioty of Bracelets, Chains, Musical Boxes, Head Dresses, Combs, Uharms, &c. In ease any of our patrons are not iiPwant of Articles of Jewelry, and would prefer Silverware, we will send, for any Certlttcate returned to us, a richly engraved SET OF CASTORS or BUTTER DISH, beautlfitlly chased and plated, Agents are Wanted In every part of the United States and Provinces, and to a 1 such very liberal Inducements will be offer* ed, and. on application, a circular of terms will be forwarded. We prefer money sent in Post Office Or ders whore they can bo obtained, or by Bank Draft to our order. Address all orders to our Agency, which will bo conducted by Messrs. JAQ.UET, STERLING & CO.. dec7d and wlm 189 Broadway, New York, Clothing. LOOK A.T THIS! great prices given -FOE Second-Hand Clothing, Of all descriptions, by WM.BBOWN, No. 91 federal Street. Clothing of all kinds Cleansed and Repaired in good style, and at short notice. Second-hand Cloth i ng bought and sold. sept20dti NEW STORE, NEW STORE! W. F. CHISAM, Merchant Tailor, . FIRST CLASS CLOTHING No. 96 Exchange Street, recently occupied by Mem MCCARTHY & BER RY, where may be found all the LATEST STYLES of Woolens, Foreign iz Domestic, which will be manufactured into Garments which cannot be surpassed for style and make in the city. Aho a Fine asssortment'of Gents’ Furnishing Goods. Particular at ention paid to BOYS’ CLOTHING— Cutting done to go out of the Store. By strict attention to wants of customers and prices reasonable, a share of patronage is solicited. Remember the place No* 00 Exchange Street, Nearly opposite Pest Office. Portland, Nor. 9th, 18G5. nolfttl Boots and Shoes. b7 H. JONES~~ Manu&cturer and Dealer In Boots, Shoes & Rubbers, Wo. Ill Federal St., PORTLAND, ME. CUSTOM WORK, i For Ladies and Gentlemen, from tlie very best stock to be found in the metropolitan and foreign markets, made to order, and warranted to give en tire satisfaction. A.11 First Class Soots Made Witli Fair Htitoli. None but 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 in manufacturing custom work in this city, baa charge of the manufacturing department. PUNCTUALITY is the motto of this establish ment, and all work ready for delivery when prom ised. REPAIRING neatly done at short notioe. 'nov20eodtf Chas. A. Rackleff & Co., Corner .Brown and Congress Sts., PORTLAND, MAINE, WOULD most respectfully give notice to their friends and the public that they have bought the stock and taken the store recently occupied by the late WM. GERRISH. and secured the services of Mr. CALEB S SMALL to select and buy our stock of Boots, Shoes and Rubbers! We can, we think, (without fear of being contra dicted,) give our friends and the public greater in ducements to give us a call before purchasing else where, and for many other reasons: First, our ex penses are light. Second, our store Is centrally lo cated, convenient for all. Third, wo shall adhere strictly to the PAY DOWN SYSTEM, and being determined to be as good as our word we defy all competition, and will not be undersold at any rate. N. B.—Tlie old stock of the late Mr. Gerrish we have marked down to Less than Half the Cos?, and would invite the attention of the ladles who are in want oi'House Shoes or Slippers to look at them im mediately, and by so doing they will secure the best bargains. I^-Remember, corner of Brown and Congress Sts. CHAS. A. RACKLEFF & CO. Nov 30—eod&wtf up’Tawir Boot, Shoe & Rubber Store, 3To. 353 Congress Street. AT SAMUEL BELL’S CAN be found one of the best selected stocks of BOOTS, SHOES and RUBBERS that can be found in this city, which will be sold at the lowest cash price, at 3C3 Congress Street, near Green St. SAMUEL BELL. Oct 24—dtf RUBBERS, RUBBERS! j. & c. jTbarbour, No. 8 Exchange Street. IVTENjS,^WOMEN’S, BOYS', MISSES’ andCHIL RUBBER BOOTS & SHOES. Men’s and Women’s Wool Linod ARCTIC GAIT ERS, and VENTILATED BUCKLE OVERS. A large assortment of Men's, Boys’ and Youths' Calf uad Thick Boots, with a good stock ol Women’s, Misses' and Children’s Boots and Shoes. iy Men’s RUBBER COATS, LEGGINS, and CAPS. —Also,— HOYT’S PREMIUM LEATHER BELTS, Rubber Belts, Hose and Packing, Lace Leather, Hemp Packing, ffc. To all of which they invite the attention of their old customers and the public generally. Oct 13—d2mos NEW PERFUME FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF. piiiii1! u I tJ * A Moot F.iqnnile, Delimit it ml Frn grant Perfume, Distilled from (he Rare dud Bcaulifal Flower frdui which It take* its name. Manufactured only by Pll A I.OX Me BOX. t-P’" Beware of Counterfeits. Ask for 1'hnlon \v—J'alce no other• Sold by druggists generally. J ulyl—eod6m T. B. MARSHALL & BRO., Commission & Lumber Merchants, DEALERS IN West India, Rio, and Ship Lumber. With our facilities lor getting Lumber and from our long experience in the business, we bolieve we can dety all competition in filling Ship orders. Consignments, Orders and Agencies solicited. At tention given to receiving and forwarding goods to and from the interior. Savannah, Ua., Dec. 2,1866. References—Brigham & Baldwin, N. A. Har dee, Ervin Sc Hardee, E, C, Wade Sc Oo„ Savannah; Fling Sc Drew, Portland, dc4dtf The Only Perfect Piano Forte! PARM KLEE’S Patent Isolated Piano. Call and be convinced, „ A. M. McKENNET, Agent. oc3eo J&eowftm 284 Congress St., cor, of Centre MECHANICS’ HALL. TA7ELL arranged for Concerts, Loctures, Exhlbl v V tlons Levees, &c., may be obtained on applica tion to RICHARD COLE, Superintendent, junelSdtf No. 8 Tolman Place. Dry anu Fancy Goods. ]NT ew, 1ST ew! EASTMAN BROTHERS, HAVING purchased the Stock of DBY GOODS aud taken the store formerly occupied bv S. B. GO WELL, 129 Middle Street, Are now receiving a CHOICE LOT of ENTIRELY NEW GOODS Direct from Boston and New York Markets, Consisting in part of S II A. ~W L S! LONG AND SQUARE ; Cloaks, Capes & Cassocks, Cliinchllla Cloths of all Shades, BROADCLOTHS, Engliihy French, and German Doc^liiua and Cassinirrei* LADIES CLOTH, in all desirable Shades. Thibets, Poplins, Alpacas—plaid and plain; Mohair Goods of every variety; Prints, Delaines—a new style of silk luster finish. UNDERVESTS and DRAWERS, Glove., Hosiery, and Woolen Yarn; 10-1 all Wool BLANKETS, very CHEAP ; Cotton and Lin en Goods in all varietiesjUassia and Scotch Crash. FLANNELS! A complete line of3-l,7-S, t-t, 5-4, and 6-1 ALL. WOOL and COTTON and WOOL. A choice selection of BALMORALS and NUBIAS. Our goods being purchased at greatly reduced prices we are prepared to sell at as LOW RATES As can be found at any other Store 1 EASTMAN BROTHERS. B. M. EASTMAN, E. D. EASTMAN. Portland, Nov 10,18C3. novlldtf W. R. HOWARD, 100 Middle Street, WOULD respectfully announce to the Ladies ol Portland that he will sell for the NEXT TEN DATS, HOOP SKIRTS, Hand-Knit Breakfast Shawls, AND Fancy Goods ! AT COSTl TO MAKE ROOM FOR HOLIDAY GOODS. Hooj) Skirts made from Washburn and Moen’s best wire, at cost for a few days only. F*ncy Goods, of every description, at prices to suit everybody. Hr" Don’t forgot the number, ICO Middle Street, next above Hay’s Drug Store. W. R. HOWARD. Nov 10—dtl THOMAS F. WALKER, GENERAL Commission Merchant, Shipping Afrent, No. C8 Graricr St., NEW ORLEANS. Refers to—Messrs. T. & J. B. Cummings; R. O. Conant & Co.; Watson Newliall, Esq.; Portland, Maine. Loomis Taylor, Esq.; Bangor, Maine. N. B.—Any vessel coming consigned to this House will bo guaranteed a return cargo of Cotton. Present rates of Freight aro one and a half cents per pound (on Cotton) to Boston. An experience of fifteen years here in the business justifies me in ottering b> secure cargoes as above. Correspondence solicited ana promptly answered. novl5dlm THOMAS F. WALKER. Ambrotypes on Glass ! A. M. McKENNEY’S Oct 3—eod&oow3xu 284 Congress St. Great Inducements FOR PARTIES WISHING TO BUILD. THE subscribers offer for sale a large quantity oJ desirable building lots in the West End ortho city, lying on Vaughan, Pine, Neal, Carlton. Thomas, West, Emery, Cushman, Lewis, Bramliall, Monu ment, Dantorth, Orange and Salem Streets. They will sell on a credit of from one to ten years, if desired by the purchasers, and to parties who will build houses of satisfactory character, they will ad vance, desired, one fourth Qj the cost qf build inn. on completion qf the house. From parties who build im mediately, NO CASH PAYMENTS REQUIRED. Apply every day oxcept Sunday, from nine to ten A. M., at the office of the subscribers, where plans may be seen, and full particulars obtained. J. B. BROWN & SONS. Portland, May 3, 1865. may4tf BRIDG-TON ACADEMY, -AT NORTH BRIDGTON, MAINE. THE WINTER TERM of this Institution will commence Tuesday, Dec. 5th, and continue eleven weeks. C. E. HILTON, A. M., Principal. Thomas H. Mead, Secretary. November 22,1865. eod&w3w Colored Photographs ! FtOM Locket to LUo Size, by the best of Artists. AH coloring clone in my estabishment where 1 keep constantly employed a number of colorists. Call ami examine specimens at my Photograph Exhibi tion Rooms. A. M. McKEN\EV, 984 Congress St., opposite Preble House, Portland. Oct 3—eod&eow3m STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, FARMINGTON, ME. THE Winter Session will begin Dec. 13, under the direction ol Mr. GEORGE M. GAGE, Strincipal. EDWARD BALLARD, Superintendent of Common Schools. Brunswick, Nov 16,1S63. nol8eodtdecl3 C. H. OSGOOD, DENTIST, Wo. 8 Clapp’s Block, Market Square, PORTLAND, MAINE. Artificial Teeth inserted on Gold, Silver and Vul canite base. All operations icai'ranted to give satis o^tion. augll*65oodis&wly DR. P. WADSWORTH, JR., Physician and Surgeon. Office, 353 1-2 Congress Btreet. Residence* Cor* of Oxford and Cedar Sts. Nov 7—eodtf Dr. Fred A. Prince, Dentist, No. 11 Clapp’s Block, Congress St, PORTLAND, ME. Sept 29—cod ti Superior Meal for Table Use ! J^JADE from prime Southern Yellow Corn, for tale CHASE BROTHERS, Head Long Wharf. Nov. 4—a.T&Ttf J. W. SYKES, PURCHASER FOR EASTERN ACCOUNT, or FLOUR, GRAIN, HERDS, PROVISIONS, LARD BUT TEll, and WESTERN PRODUCE generally. Particular attention given to ehipping hv quicken and ohcapest rontee. Wo. IBS South Water St., Chicago, Illinois* P. O. Box 471, 1 Referencet—Messrs. 8. G. Bewdlear ft Co; Mayn ard ft 8onn; H, ft W. Chickorirg; C. U. Cimun'nai ft Co; Chaa. H. Stone; Hallctt Davie ft Co; B06ton. J. N. Bacon, E«o, President Howt-n National Bank, Newton,Man; C. B Cotlln He i. N.Y.City felriSdlv HP II you are In want of any kind oi PRINTING call at the Dally Prese Office. Miscellaneous. “ ~ PICTURE FRAMES! Cheaper than the Cheapest! A Choice Selection or OVAL FRAMES ! INSIDE OILT, 8x1-0. Pictures and all, Complete ! -FOE ONLY ONE DOLLAR EACH I Wo do not MANUFACTURE our Franks, but can sell at the above price for CASH. No Pictures Given Away ut this Estab lishment S Consequently it is NO GIFT ENTERPRISE! BLACK W ALNUT FRAMES made to order, cheap er than the cheapest, at WM. GRACE & CO.’S, r iv ri cl Novelty Bale, 109 Middle Street, 282 Congress Street, PORTLAND, ME. S" See Small Circulars. Nov 27—d4w BUCKLEY &_ BANCROFT. SINCE the recent fire at our old stand, over the Worcester Passenger Station, we have taken the large and beautiful Iialls over the Boston and Maine Passenger 8tation Huyuiarkel Square, where we have opened with a new ami fresh stock of goods. Our stock, mostly manufactured by ourselves, In the most faithful manner, of the Latest Deshma.com ,ibrak™^° I/nmitnre ! Iu every variet', cannot foil to command thclavor ol all in want of Furniture whether in regard to Uual ity, Style or Price. Every article warranted as recommended. Urate lul for the liberal patronage of the last Twenty years, wo hope for the continuance ol the fovors ol our old friends and the public. Boston, September 30, 1805. oc!8d3mos FOR SALE l Christmas Presents ! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, CHEAP FOB CASH, BY W, F>. ROBINSON, Nov 23—dim *° E*«h““«e S'™‘ A. IT. NOYES & SON, No. 33 Exohauge Street, PORTLAND ... MAINE, Manufacturers of and Dealers in FURNACES, RANGES, Cooking, Office and Parlor Stovei, And WORKERS OP HEAVY IRON. PUMPS, LEAD PIPE, SHEET LEAD, and all kinds of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron, in quantities to suit. Solo Agents in Portland for the Celebrated Matfoe Furnaces and stoves. <53^* Orders from the Country respectfully solicit ed. Job Work done to order. augddti PIANO FORTES. • The undersigned begs leavo to an I nounce that they are manufacturing and fekeep constantly on hand Piano Fortes, with all the modem improvements, which they can sell as LOW as can be purchased elsewhere, of the same quality. We have mado arrangements, also, to keep an assortment of New York and Boston Piano Fortes, among which are Steinway <8 Song, of New York. All Instruments sold by us are warranted to give satisiaction. Pianos to be let, and tuning done by experienced Tuners. CALVIN EDWARDS & CO. March 8—d& wtf NORFOLK_OYSTERS! This day received the first cargo or Fresh Oysters, Of EXTRA QUALITY, AT Two Dollars per Gallon Solid. No. 85 Federal Street, uov20d3wis JAMES FREEMAN. Shirt Patterns^ CUT FROM MEASURE, Br CHARLES CU8T1S Si CO. May 3—dtf Morton Block. mHE BEST OF FRENCH, ENGLISH AND X AMERICAN PANT OOODS, At A. D. REEVES’. Tailor, Not 1—dtf No. 98 Exchange St. A FINE ASSORTMENT of VELVET, SILK, CASS1MERE, and FANCY VESTINGS, At A. D. REEVES’, Tailor, Not 4—dtf 98 Exchange St. QENTLEMEN, get your OVERCOATS At A. D. REEVES’, Tailor, Not 4—dtf 98 Exchange St. French Fluting ! French Fluting! CALL and see Samples at Mrs. S. SHEPPARD’S, I 40 Preble Street. Notice one door below Oxiord Street. Sept 2( —d3m# A FINE ASSORTMENT of Dress Cloths, At A. D. RB^VESMailor, Nov 4—dtf 98 Exchange St. 8 6 UTHER1T PIiTe l BRADFORD A RENICK, COMMISSION MEHOUANTS.il Broadway, New York, execute orders lor Southern Timber of any required dimension with despatch, and on tho most tavorable terms. Shipments made directly to all do mestic and foreign ports* They are also prepared to lurid h Oak and Northern Pine Timber, hewn or sawn to ordor. ocl2d3m NOTICE. I HAVE this day admitted as partner, D* B. RICKER, and for the ftiture will contiue in the Grocery and Produce Business, Under the firm name of DANFOBTH & RICKER, at 185 Fore Street. F. A. DANFORTII. Portland, Nov. 7th, I860. nol5d& wtJ Bradstreet’s Rubber moulding AND Weather Strips! ARE warranted when properly applied to Poors and Window* to effectually exclude the Wind, Dust, llain, Snow and damp. It is (hr more desira ble than double window*, and afforded at one-fourth the cost. Il has never in a single instance Ailed to give satislaction—and pei feet satisfhetion is guaran teed or the money will be refunded. Pertons who consult their interest will not tail to have it applied to their Dwellings not only os regards health and comfort , but us a matter of economy. Cot in a room requiring to he constantly warmed it will in a single season save one-hnlf the fuel that Won otherwise be required to make the appartment com - for table. ..... „ . VT Every one interested are ,"*|l*<* a Ha S' SO FEDERAL ST., INGENIOUS EXCHANGE, and satisfy themselves of impractical ntllitv. Orders for the Weather Strips and Mouldings so lirited—will be titled to hou*ces if desired. Parties in the State desiring large or small qnantl ties of Weather Strip* and Moulding*! Will please address the undersigned, through whom ftll orders will be fl(jcd for the State of Maine; when sent by Express Companies C. O. I). In all other cases the money must accompany the order. Ageut* Wanted throughout the State. Infor mation will be given in regard to terms upon applica tion by letter or in person. WHITTEN & SHEPARD, 80 Federal Street, Portland, Me., Gen. Agents for Maine. Nov 28—d3m BUSINESS SUITS, of the best Canada Grey, made to order, at .... A. D. REEVES, novidtf 99 Exchange St. Business Cards. MMjrST P. WORCESTER, GENEEAL Commission k Forwarding Merchant jy Merchandise of all kinds bought and sold on Northern account. Office—No. 12 Campbell’s Wharf, ~ . Norfolk, Va. ' Consignments solicited. Refers, by permission, to Moots Messrs. X.owell & (ierrish & Pearson: John Dennis ** Co.; Clark, Read A Co., Portland, Me. uo.8JGm ~I 10WAHU COVE & CO., PRODUCE Commission Merchants, A.N1> wholesale dealeks in Butter, Cheese, EgKS, Lurcl, Beaus. DEI ED APPLES, &c. Ao. 3 Lisie Street, - - Poutland, Me. Special-attention paid to consignment* of all kinds of Produce. »ep2(HUyr ROSS cl- FEE IS Y, PLASTE It E RS, PLAIN AND OltNAMKNTAL STU000 AND MASTIO WOMEBS, Oak Street, between, Congress and Free Sts., PORTLAND, MK. Coloring, Whitening and White-Washing prompt ly attended to. Orders Irom out ol town sorcitcd. May 22—cltl J« K. Flt'KET'f, Dealer In I’hotograpliiv CooiIk, Mirrors and Minuf.Jtuier of Wl-ror A Fisiure fe’-ainoi. ifo. J8 MARKET SQUARE, JmnelUtf I’outl .an, Hi. KINO & 1)EXTEu7 Successors to Ciiaee, Little lie Id & Co., Importer. of aid Dealer, la uil Lind, oi Hardware & Window Glass, 170 Middle anil 119 l^ederal Sts. October 2—<13m Leering, MilJiken & Co., Uucceuor* to G. L. Storer If Co., JOBBERS OF Hry Goods, Woolens, And Gent*’ Furnishing Goods ! Manufacturers of and Dealers in CLOTHING AND CLOAKS, Agents for EMFIRE SEWING MACHINES for State of Maine. SS ndd GO Middle St., I'OUTLAS D Sept 7—dtf WILLIAM H. CLIFFORD, COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Solicitor or Patents, A'o. 105 Middle Street. PORTLAND, MAINE. Aug is—dtf WILLIAM A. PEARCE, PLUMBER! MAKER OF Force Pumps and Water Closets, NO. 124 EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND, ME. Waim, Cold and Shower Eatbs, Wash Bowl*, Bra«» U Silver Plated Cock*. EVERY description of Water Fix' nm tor Dwel ling Houses. Hotels, Public Buildings, Shops. &c., arranged and set up in the best manner, and all orders in town or country faithfully executed. All kinds of JOBBING promptly attended to. Constant ly on hand LEAD PIPES, SHEETLEADand BLEB PUMPS oi all descriptions. aprlidti CHASE, ORAM & STURTEVAMT, GENEliAE Commission Merchants, Wldgory'a Whart, oo.XOUt, _PORTLAND, Me. CO., Fisli fi II (1 8nlt, PORTLAND MAINE. Luther Dana, Woodbury 3. Dana, June ldtf .John a. S. Dana. CHAS. «T. SCHUMACHER^ Fresco and Banner Painter, NO. 144 MIDDLE STREET. Portland* Maine* Work executed in every part 01 the State. __ juneldtf C. P. KIMBAL L~ MANIFAt TIBI;R OF CARRIAGES AND SLEIGHS, • PREBLE STHEET, (Near Preble House.) PORTLAND, ME. Sale Rooms, 110 and 112 Sudbury St., Boston, Maes. junaltf BRADBURY <t SWEAT, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, Office 117 Middle Strcft( l.IdKhR8AwlDa*V’ } PORTL AND, ME. nov9*65dtt DAVIS, MESERVE, HASKELL A CO.. Importers and Jobbers qf Dry Goods and Woolens, Arcade 18 Free Street* P. DAVIS, l. ?: “mu PORTLAND, ME. E. CHAPMAN. nOT»’66iltf SINGER’S SEWING MACHINES! wooDMANTrauE & co., Agents, Nm, 54 and 50 - - - - Middle Street. Neodles and Trimmings always on band, marl Rtf__ WARREN'S improved FIRE AND WATER-PROOF FELT COMPOSITION. — AND — Gravel R oofing FOR FLAT ROOFS. E. IIERSEY, Agent, jaa2G<U! No 1G Union Street. JOHN F. ANDERSON, ~~ SURVEYOR & CIVIL ENGINEER OFFICE, CODMAN BLOCK, inch 17 d&wtf Tcmt .0 Street. PORTLAND C'Tf LAUNDRY. JSo. 30 Hanover St. Linen of »n kin.i* washed ami cleansed without injury to the finest labnce. GEiSTTS’ El XT EX Got up in the Best Possible Manner, At Short IVotloo* Aa<> Satisfaction Guaranteed in all Caari. C. BARKER. N. B.—Special attention paid to clearing Bed and Mattress Ticks. Nov 4—dtf