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Monday Morning, December 11, 1865.
PORTLAND AND VICINITY. nr -I IJtrtUeri will benefit themselvei, “* accommodate, us, by sending in their advertisement at an early hour in the day. New Advertisements T®-Uay SPECIAL NOTICE COLUMN. No Remedy like Smolander’tj Bucku. Boy Wanted—at P. B. Froat s. NEW ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN. Letters Remaining Unclaimed—A. T. Dole. Sheriff’s Sale—E. N. deputy Sheriff. Portland & Kennebec Railroad. U. S. Marshal’s Notice. U. S. Cotton Sslo-J; n. I'rapcr, Auctioneer. Stable Stock at Auction—R. M. Patten, Auclion’r. Blankets, Dry Goods, at Auction—E. M. Patten. Hoop Skirt-, Gloves, &c.,—L. B. Folletto. Boarders VJ anted—54 Cumberland Street. Proposals for Fuel—H. Inman, Capt. and A. Q. M. To Let-Rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Canal National Bank-Annual Meeting. Merchants National Bank-Annual Meeting. Storage—Edward Fox. M. L. A. Lecture—Wednesday evening-City Hall. Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. Heroes oi the War-new Books. Stolen—from Kendall & Whitney. U. S. DISTRICT COURT. DECEMBER TEEM.—WABE, J., PRESIDING. Saturday.—The examination and hearing in the case of Saunders, libellant, vs. Marwick, master of brig J. Polledo, for assault on the high seas, was concluded. Judge Ware holds the case for decision. The Machias Steamer. “I see there is a movement made to get a steamer on this route next season. I think if your Portland merchants should put this through you would make good thing of it. I think Millbridge alone would buy $100,000 worth of goods In a season, in Portland, if there was a steamer between the two places. Clierryfield and adjoining towns probably $400,000 more, besides all of the intervening towns between here and your place would make a large trade which you have never had before. It would then be convenient for east ern merchants to go to market once or twice every week and Portland would get their cus tom sure, if there was a boat.” To the Editor qf the Press: The above is an extract from a letter writ ten by a merchant at Millbridge, to one of our enterprising firms on Commercial Street, and it speaks the general feeling of our eastern merchants in regard to the great benefit which wdl be realized by Portland as well as them selves, when the boat is placed on the route heuce to Machias, touching at intermediate towns aloug the coast; and it is to be hoped our merchants and others interested, will im mediately and cheerfully subscribe for the bal ance of stock, (about $15,000), which will en* able the Committee having the matter in charge, to go ahead. Steamboat. Extract from the Laws of Maine, passed in 1860. ‘‘Every insurance company existing and doing business in this State, shall, on or before the first day of December, in each year, trans mit to the Secretary of this State, to be laid before the Legislature, a statement of the con dition of said company as It existed at the time of its exhibit next preceding, showing the amount of capital stock and how invested, and Bhall cause the same to be published in some paper printed in the county where the company is located.” Query i Ate there not some companies in this State and vicinity which have not yet complied with the foregoing law ? Bold Theft.—Wednesday afternoon Mr. Kendall, of the firm of Kendall & and Whit ney, Agricultural Warehouse, Old City Hall, was examining his pocket book m the count ing room of his establishment, when his atten tion being called by some one, he laid it on the desk, and stepped out. He returned in about a minute and found that the pocket book had been stolen. It contained a fifty dollar 7 8-10 Treasury note and a State bond for $100, be sides private notes to the amount of upwards of $6,000. Two boys, who were lounging around the shop, are supposed to have been the thieves. A liberal reward is offered for the return of the papers, or for information that shall lead to their recovery and the arrest of the thief. un weoLoui.— 1 ms eveningai fords the last opportunity, save one, which our citizens will enjoy of listening to the very interesting and instructive lectures of Profes sor Cunning upon the science of Geology.— The special topic of the lecturer this evening, is the Glacial Period, that period geologically recent, though historically ancient, when a great part of our land was under an icy sea, and when the Arctic current flowed through it, washing the flanks of our mountains, and when whales and seals gamboled where now are forests and grain fields. The period is a deeply interesting one, and none should lose the opportunity of hearing what Professor Gunning has to say upon it. • Pebsohax.—We received Saturday a very pleasant call from Wm. W. Thomas, Jb., Esq., son of Hon. W. W. Thomas, of this city, and U. S. Consul to Gothenburg, Sweden. Mr. Thomas has been absent foux years, and ar rived home on Thanksgiving day, just in sea son to partake of the family Thanksgiving dinner. His services abroad have been of sig nal benefit in influencing the right kind of em igrants to this country, and Secretary Seward has complimented him by forwarding several of his letters to the New York Chamber of Commerce, in whose annual report they are incorporated and published. Tiie Young Ladies of the “ It. F.” Society, desire to express their thanks to the Mayor for allowing them the use of the City Hall — to Mr. J. B. Hudson, Jr., for so tastefully paint ing the Tableaux scenery, &c.,—to the officers of the Mahoning and Ashuelot for flags and the services of their crews—to Davis Brothers for papers—to Mr. Corey for the use of tables, to Mr. Lynch for coffee—to the donors of money and refreshments—to the floor manag ers—to those who loaned flags and bunting— and to all who aided them in any way, at their Entertainments of Dec. 4tli and 6th. Per order. Books, Stationery, &c.—We would re fer those in want of any articles in the book and stationery line, or of any fancy articles, to the advertisement of Mr. H. Packard, No. 61 Exchange Street. At this establishment may he found all of the new works of the day, to gether with all the standard works published. His assortment of Theological and Sabbath School books is the largest in the State. Here, also, may be found valuable as well as useful fancy articles, suitable for gifts for Christmas and New Years’ seasons. Throat Diseases.—“We would call atten tion to‘Brown’s Bronchial Troches.’ We have found them efficacious in allaying Irritation in the Throat and Bronchia, and would commend them to the attention of Public Speakers and others troubled with affections of the Throa* They are also an excellent remedy for Hoarse ness resulting from cold.”—[Congregationalist, Boston. Foreign Exports.—The total value of Foreign Exports from this port last week amounted to $15,344.64. Included in the shipments were 12,458 sugar box shocks, 48,511 feet Lumber, 200 bbls. flour, 6 bbls. of pork, 50 bbls. potatoes, 100 kits mackerel, 23,000 cigars, 640 bdls. paper and 1 box sweet meats. Promenade Concert.—This evening, at the City Hall, the Youn g Ladies “ N. N.” So ciety will give their promenade Concert. A first-class time is expected. Good music, good dancing, superb refreshments, and all the et ccteru/t needful to make the hours pass pleas antly, and to give seat to the occasion. See advertisement. Boots and Shoes.—Look at the advertise ment of Messrs. Elliott & McCallar, and then give them a call at No. 11 Market Square, and see what bargains they will offer you in Lt. shoes and rubbers. The American Illustrated Newspapers tor this week have been received at the book and periodical store of A. Robinson, No. 51 Ex change Street. ■“BY telegraph, TO THE DAILY PRESS. The Fenian Congrese. New Yobk, Dec. 9. At a session of the Fenian Senate, held in this city on the 7th inat., articles of impeach ment were filed against Jno. O. Mahoney, President of the Brotherhood, for perfidy and malfeasance in office. The charges and speci fications were very minute and volumnious, were served upon O. Mahoney the following day with notice to put in a plea in response within 24 hours under penalty of having judg ment hy default recorded against him. O’Ma honey, having taken no steps to meet the in dictment against him, the Senate on the 9th, resolved itself into a court of judicature, ac cording to the provisions of the Constitution, and having investigated the charges, declared them proved, ane deposed O’ Mahoney. Mr. W. R. Roberts, the Vice President, was unanimously elected, and sworn into office.— B. D. Killiar, the Secretary of the Treasury, was also deposed. John O’ Sullivan, signing himself late Cen tre from Marlow, county of Cork, Ireland, sends a card to the papers to the effect that W. B. Roberts declared to him that he would destroy the present Fenian organization, and establish a new one in its place, and that oth ers of the Senators whose names are published, asserted in substance that they would tear down the present brotherhood and erect one suited to themselves. Propositions were made he says to various members of the Irish broth erhood, now in this country, to join those con spirators and preach a new gospel, which they indignantly refused to do. The Irish, he says, recognize Col. O’ Mahoney as chief head of the organization. New Yobk, Dec. 10. A convention of delegates from the various Fenian Circles of this city was held yesterday, An address was adopted endorsing Col. Maho ney as foremost among the boldest, truest! and most talented defenders of the cause, and re pudiating the authority and condemning the acts of the so-called Feniau Sehate. , ( Cotton Frauds—Address of Judge Fasehal. New Orleans, Dec. 7. The Monroe, La. Register complains of mil itary interference by force of arms, to take from that parish a Treasury sub agent who was arrested by a judge’s decree, on an affida vit charging him with stealing cotton, and get ting cotton under false pretenses. It makes strong complaint against the Treasury agents’ management in that section, and southern Ar kansas. It states that the Treasury agent at New Orleans has instructed his agent at Mon roe, to disregard the writs of sequestration and injunction issued by State courts. Claims to cotton taken by the agent, must be tried, investigated, and the cotton forwarded to New Orleans. Judge Paschal on his return to Austin, is sued an address to the people of Texas, inform ing them what would be required to get the State back into the Union. That the State convention must declare slavery abolished.— That it can never exist except as punishment for crime,—and recognizing the rights of the negro as freemen, not implying thereby, how ever, his social equality at the polls. The Leg islature must ratify the Constitutional Amend ment, and declare the secession ordinance, the ratification of the confederate constitution, and the dependant acts for resistance null and void, and also the State war debt. The judge cautions the people who they elect, to carry these measures into effect — Great importance will be attached to their choice, as an evidence of their sincerity. The general constitutional reforms outside of the above measures, will not be allowed unless submitted to the people for ratification. —' i From Washington. Washington, Dec. 9. The only pardons granted to-day were to a few Texans. The State Department is still besieged, however, by those who have received executive clemency and who are. now anxious to receive their respective papers. Washington, Dec. 10. Maj. Gen. Logan was for a long time in con sultation with Secretary Seward, yesterday, on the subject of affairs connected with the Mex ican mission. Whatever truth there may be in recently published rumors respecting the President’s contemplatedaction with regard to the south ern states, it is well known here that he acts on all cases affecting restorations, as they rise, and thus while engaged in that work is the best exponent of his own policy, none being authorized to declare what course ho will pur sue in ftiture. Speaker ®>lfax keeps his own counsels and consults with fewmembeis as to the constitu tion of the standing Committee. No official information has reached the De partment of State, of the adoption or rejection of the Constitutional Amendment abolishing slavery, by Indiana, Iowa, California, Oregon, 1 Florida and Mississippi. Only twenty-six state3 are officially known to have ratified the Amendment. JFrom Savannah. New Yobk, Dec. 10. The steamers Varuna and Constitution from Savannah, 6th inst., have arrived. The Savannah Herald states that G. B. La mar and son have been arrested for attempt ing to bribe the Treasury agents who have charge of the captured cotton. The same paper of the 4th, has an impor tant editorial, adjuring the Georgia Legisla ture to so act as to have the effect of reassuring the North and strengthening the President in bis patriotic efforts to secure to the South ern States the restoration of their political rights. If this is not done, positive evil will follow. It advises each southern state to come squarely up to the requirements of Pres ident Johnson. The 12th Maine regiment was being mus tered out of service at Savannah. Maj. Gen. Howard arrived here on the 9tli, and left to-day (10th), for Brunswick. Brig adier Gen. Prince has been relieved from the command of Fort Pulaski, and departed yes terday for Baltimore. From Georgia and Alabama. New Oreeahb, Dec. 8. The Macon (Ga.) Journal has a letter, dated the 8d inst., from MiUedgeville, saying that Provisional Governor Johnson has re ceived orders from Washington to retain his position until fui tber instructions. Also, that he has orders not to issue certificates of elec tion to the Georgia Congressmen elec. Provisional Governor Parsons received a dis patch, dated on the 5th inst., from Secretary Seward, congratulating him and the country, in the President’s name; on the acceptance by Alabama of the Constitutional Amendment, which completes the number of States re quired to make the amendment the law of the land. The Mississippi Legislature has declined to pass the Constitutions! Amendment, because of the 2d clause. The Louisiana Legislature has approved of Gov. Welles’ contract to rebuild the levees. Decision of Judge Johnson — Advice of Gen. Palmer to the Freidmen.1 ; Louisville, Kt., Dec. 9. In Jefferson Circuit Court, in the case of the Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. General Palmer, for aiding slaves to escape, Judge Johnson dismissed the indictment on the ground that the requisite number of States had adopted the Constitutional Amendment abolishing slavery, before the indictment was made, therefore all criminal and penal acts of the Kentucky Legislature relating to slavery were of no effect. General Palmer has issued a proclamation declaring slavery has ceased in Kentucky.— He also advises colored people to promptly ap ply to the Courts for redress, if public convey ances shall disregard their right to travel at pleasure, provided they conform to reasonable regulations. Sentence of Colonel Crane—More ltobberlee. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 10. The findings and sentence in the case of Col. J. Crane has been received here. The sen tence is as followsto be cashiered, to forfeit all pay and allowances now due, to be fined in the sum of $3,000, and in default of the pay ment of the sum or any part thereof, to be con fined in the penitentiary of Nashville, at the rate of a day’s confinement for each ten dol lars of the fine. The sentence is to be carried into effect by Brevet Maj. General H. W. Johnson, Provost Marshal General of the Mid dle Division of Tennessee. Col. Crane was Inspector General of the Q. M. Department of A band of robbers four in number, have been operating on the Murfreesboro Pike — They have robbed all the residents within V, miles of Nashville. A strong military force is in hot pursuit of the outlaws. From Chill—Seven Porte Blockaded — Bavoi Intelligence. San Fhancibco, Dec. 9. The steamer Montana, via. Straits of Magel lan, Sept. 0th, arrived here last night. She re ports she found Valparaiso blockaded by the Spanish, and was not allowed to land her pas sengers. Left U. S. war vessels Wateree, St Marys and Mohican. The Spanish were blockading seven Chilian ports. The U. S. gunboat Mvaeh, left Rio de Jane iro, Oct. 7th, lor San Francisco. The Hart ford was left at Rio de Janeiro, bound for the East Indies. Impeachment of the Mayor of Louisville. Louisville, Ky_ Dec. 9. There was a large and enthusiastic meeting in the Court House, to-day, in reference to the late impeachment of Mayor Vampcot, for his refusal to sign a contract with the Louisville and Portland Railroad. The meeting adopted resolutions sustaining the mayor, and appoint ed a Committee to proceed to Frankfort, to ask the Legislature to amend the city charter, so that In tne case of a vacancy In the mayor alty, an election should devolve upon the peo ple, and that any officers removed by impeach ment may be eligible of re-election. The Board of Aldermen was requested to postpone the trial of the Mayor, until a week from Mon day. __ Washington Correspondence. New Yobk, Dec. 9. The Herald s Washington dispatch says Congress will probably order the issue of at least $100,000,000 additional currency. The resignation of Generals Butler and Dix date on the 13th ult; and of Generals Butler and Croxton date 22d inst. Col. Scott, for merly A. D. C., of Gen. Scott, has resigned; his resignation dates Oct. 31st, 1862. The actor, James E. Murdock, fell In an ap poplectic fit, last night, while playing at Gro ver’s Theatre. It is believed that he will sur vive it From Louisiana and Mississippi. New Obleahs, Dec. & The Louisiana Legislature to-day, elected Judge Henry Boyer of Alexandria, United Slates Senator. Before the war he was a United States Judge, for the western district of this State. The United States Senators elect from this State are Randall Hunt and Judge Boyer. A committee of the Mississippi Legislature have reported against the passage of the Con stitutional Amendment; not from any objec tion to the first clause, but to the second clause. Seizure of Cigars and Whiskey. Philadelphia, Dec. 10. Col. Taggart, Collector of Internal Revenue for the first district of Pennsylvania, has seis ed 100,000 cigars and fifty-six barrels of whis key, as liable to forfeiture for being offered for stUe without the Internal Revenue tax having been paid thereon, and proceedings against the same have been commenced. During the last two weeks in November, $418,(160 were collected in the 1st District, on account of the Internal Revenue. From the Southweet. Cairo, III, Dec. 9. About $4,000 was stolen from the safe of the commissary at Columbus, Ky., yesterday, the greatest portion of which belonged to private parties. The Mobile and Ohio Railroad from Corinth south has been taken possession of by the government for the transportation of govern ment cotton. Large quantities of which were being stolen. Heavy Bobbery. Troy, N. Y., Dec. 9. Last night, the office of Ray & Co., was en tered by burglars, who blew open two safes, from which they extracted $20,000 in 7-30s, $1,300 in bank bills, and $200 in specie, and made their escape with the money. There is no clue to their identity. There was a private watchman in the mill, some distance from the office. Bvaeuatione/ Chihuahua by the French. The Herald's special^MW^ton^ispatch es say, the evacuation of Chihuahua by the French, is fully confirmed in an official letter just received from the United States Com mandant at that city, dated Oct. 8th, 1805, and addressed to the commanding officer of the U. S. fences at Franklin. Brutal Murder§, Albany, N. Y., Dec. 9. On Thanksgiving, Mr. Crandall and wife, an aged couple, were brutally murdered at their residence in Coontown, Oswego County. Mr. Crandall was shot through the head, and the brains of his wife were beaten out with a bludgeon. There were $3,000 in the house which were not found by the murderers. * Accident to Steamer Worcester, Baltimore, Dec. 10. The steamer Worcester, of the Baltimore and Liverpool line, which sailed hence on the 29th ult., returned this afternoon, having been compelled to do so on account of defective ma chinery. Kentucky Legislature. Fbamkfobt, Ky, Dec. 9. Resolutions, yesterday, were introduced into the House, endorsing Piesident Johnson’s re construction policy, favoring a general amnes ty, and recommending the pardon of Jefferson Davis. From Mobile. Cairo, HI, Dec. 9. It is reported that the rebel General With ers, mayor elect of Mobile, has been Informed that he will not be allowed to exercise the functions of his office, until he has received pardon from President Johnson. Capture of a Noted Guerrilla. Bloomfield, Ky, Dec. 9. A squad of Major Wi.son’s cavairy captured the guerrilla, King White, an accomplice ot Berry, near Mount Washington, recently. From California. Sam Fbancisco, Dec. 9. The steamship Colorado sailed for Aspin wall to-day, taking $1/110,600 in treasure, of which $859,249 is for New York. New York Marketf. New Yobk, Dec. 9. Cotton—dull aud declining; sales 1100 bales of Mid dling Uplands at 49c. Flour—receipts 22,117 bbls.: sales 5,600 bbls. State and Western dull, unsettled, and 10 @ 25c lower. Superfine State 7 90 @ 7 30. Extra do. 7 80 @ 8 00. Choice do. 8 05 @ 8 30. Bound Hoop Ohio 8 40 @ 8 60. Choice do. 8 70 @ 10 00. Superfine Western 7 00 @ 7 40. Common to good extra Western 7 65 @ 810. Southern heavy and lower; sales 300 bbls. mixed to good at 8 75 @ 9 65. Fancy and extra 9 75 @ 15 00. Canada dull and 10 @ 20c lower; sales 300 bbls. common extra at 7 90 @ 8 16. Extra good to choice 8 20 @1125. Wheat—dull, heavy and 2 @ 3c lower; sales 44,000 bushels Chicago Spring at 1 60 @1 68. Milwaukee Club 1 60 @ 1 09. Amber Milwaukee 1 70 @ 1 75. the latter an extreme. Corn—dull and lc lower; sales 45,000 bushels. Also 30,000 bushels strictly prime Mixed Western tor all January buyees' option at 1 00. Mixed Western 93 @ 94c, and *6c for high mixed nearly yellow. Do. do. unsound 84 ffi 92c. Oats—dull and heavy; sales of unsound at 46@50c. Sound 58 @ 61c. Beef—heavy; sales 450 bbls. Plain mess at 1100 @ 14 00. Extra mess 14 00 @ 17 00. Pork—heavy and lower; sales 9100 bbls. Also, 2250 bbls. mess for December, sellers’ option, at 28 75 (ffi 29 50, and 2500 bbls. do. for January and Febru ary, sellers option, at 27 75 @ 30 00. Mess at 29 00 @ 29 62}, closing at 29 00. Lard—lower; sales 700 bbls at 15} ffi 19c. Butter—heavy; sales Ohio at 25 ffi 28c. State 26 @ 43c. Whiskey—quiet; sales 50 bbls. ol Western at 2 34 @2 35. Bice—quiet. Sugars—quiet; tales 64 hhds. Muscovado atl3@ 13jc. Havana, 55 boxes, at 16c. Coffee—quiet; sales 20 bags of Laguayra at 22c; 20 bags Mexican on private terms. Molasses—quiet; solos 50 hhds. Porto Rico at 85 @ 90c. Naval Stores—firm. Spirits Turpentine 1074 (ffi 112. Rosin 7 00 @ 22 00. Oils—dull; sales of Linseed at 1 46@148. Lard, Sperm and Whale nominal.. Petroleum quiet; sales 1000 bbls. of crude at 414 @ 42c. Refined bonded at 67 @ 68c. Tallow—lower; sales 31,000 lbs. at 13} @ 131c. Wool—quiet. Freights to Liverpool—dull and drooping. Cotton 9-32d@5-6d. Flour l*9d. Grain an<fwheat 6|d. Chicago Market*. „ .... Chicago, Dee. 9. Flour—nominally lover. Wheat—quiet at 121* @ 121* for No. 1, and 84® 86c for No. 2. Corn—dull at 42*c for No. 1, and 40c for No. 2. Oats—quiet at 26® 2B*c. High Wines—dull. Provisions—dull, and no disposition to operate. Hogs—receipts light; sales 8*@ loc for medium. Becelpto—3.SOO this, of flour, 54,000 bushels of wheat, 15,000 bushels of corn, 25.000 bushels of oats. T500ftSfoetafl°UI’ ,30°bu»b*l»ofwheat, Western and Southern Market*. Cincinnati, Dec. 9. Flour dull and nominal. Hogs dull at 6 75 9 50 per 100 lbs. gross, regular packers not buying; re ceipts 2,000 head. Provisions very dull and unset tled. Pork lower and offered at 27 00 without buy ers. Greeu Hams in moderate demand at 14»c. Bulk Shoulders held at 13c; sides at 14* ® U* in packages, with small sales of clear. Lard declined to 18c for prime city and 17c tor head, closing without buyers atuhose^rates. whiskey steady at 2 20. _ ^ . . Mobile, Dec. 8. Cotton—sales to-day 5000 bales middling at 46 @ 47c. Sales of the week 35,150 bales; receipts 1,510 bales; exports of the week 17,900 bales; stock in port 61,309. G;ld 157. . .... . . Nashville, Dec. 10. Cotton—is still declining, prices ranging from 38 to 39*c for good middling; highest price paid 39*c. Re ceipts 396 bales. Shipments 269 bales. Sailing of the Steamer. — Steamship North American, Capt Kerr, sailed from this port for Liverpool, Saturday afternoon, with 22 cabin and 28 steerage passengers, and a full cargo. The Damascus is the steamer due this week. Mr. Gardiner will commence his second term for advanced scholars in vocal music at Congress Hall, Clapp’s Block, to-morrow eve ning, Dec. 12, at 7 1-2 o’clock. This class will continue every Tuesday evening. The E. & N. A. Raieway.—Many who claim to be well disposed towards this enter prise, feel very incredulous if mention is made of the fact that work has commenced on the eastern terminus at St. John. They afreet to believe the recent ceremonies attending the commencement of work there to be an ex ceedingly clever dodge of the Directors, but as really amounting to nothing. So far the Ban gor Times, and then our lively eastern con temporary copies from the St. John Globe to show that the “work at the end of the road is progressing at a fair rate of speed, but not so rapidly as it might do” if the excellent weather wa3 taken advantage of. It does look a little queer, though in perfect keeping with the whole enterprise, to see this work begun by an American company at the British end, when every dollar pledged or promised to the company is contingent on the “finishing and completing” of this end of the line. New Music.—Horace Waters, 481 Broad way, New York, has our thanks for several pieces of new sheet music of his own publica tion. Among them are “ The Nation’s Jubi lee” ; “ Come to the windows, Love ”— a ser enade ; “ Wait my little one, wait”—Ballard; “ Do they love me still as ever.” H. PACKARD, No. 61 Exchange Street, INVITES the attention of the publla to hie LARGE and ELEGANT STOCK of GOODS FOR THE HOLIDAYS, Consisting in part of Photograph Albums, Beautiful Picture Cards, both English and American. Splendid TOY BOOKS, such as have never been seen in this market. Grift Books ! Adapted to every age and in every Style of Binding. Portfolios, Writine; Desks, &c., &c. Paper, Envelopes, Blank Books, And STATIONERY of every variety,together with SCHOOL BOOKS Such as are used In the City and Country, all ol which will be sold at LO WEST TRICES. CJT" Orders solicited. H. P. pays special attention, as heretofore, to ftir nishlng and replenishing SABBATH SCHOOL LIBRARIES. Dec 9—d3w Day and Evening School fTlHE undersigned will commence his Winter Term 1 of School for Boys, On Monday, Dec. 11th, At his Room 332 1-2 Congress Street, BLAKE’S BLOCK, Where those under his charge will receive special attention in Penmanship and Authography, daily, in connection with other branches of the English de partment. The Evening Session will be open to pupils of both sexes, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evenings, from 7 until 9 o'clock, for Instruction in Penmanship &c., &c., offering a grand opportunity to those who may >„osire to improve, and thus devote a portion of their winter evenings in a profitable and use fill man ner. Pupils received at any time. Tuition per month, #3.50. G. W. NOTES, Instructor. Dec 7—dlw* DAVIS & BUTLER, Counsellors at Law, PORTLAND, MAINE, Woodbury Davit, I Motet M. Butler. J Office S9 Exchange St. Dec 7—dtf Casco National Bank. THE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders ol “The Casco National Bank of Portland,” lor the elec tion ol seven Directors, and for the transaction of any other business that may legally come before them, will be held at thcl Banking House on TUESDAY, the 9th day of January next, at3 o’clock?. M. E. P. GERRISH, Cashier. Doc 8,1865. dc9dlm Second National Bank. THE Annual Meeetiner of the Stockholders of the Second National Bank will be held at their Bank ing Room, on TUESDAY, the 9th day of January next, at 3 P. M.. for the choice of five Directors, and for any other business that may legally come befbro them. W. H. STEPHENSON. Cashier. Dec 7,1860. dc9dtd Ocean Insurance Company! Annual Meeting. THE Stockholder, of the Ocean Insurance Com pany are hereby notified to meet at the office of said Company on MONDAY,the first day of January A. D. 1866, at 3 o'clock P. M., for the purpose of choosi g seven Directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of any other business that may then be legally acted upon. GEO. A. WRIGHT, Secretary. Dec 9,1866.—dtd Ghas. A. Rackleff & Go., 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 reeently 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* dieted,) give our friends and the public greater in ducements to give ns a call before purchasing else where, and for many other reasons: First, our ex penses are light. Second, oux store is centrally lo cated. convenient for all. Third, we shall aahere strictly to the PAY DOWN SYSTEM, and being determined to be as good as our word we defy au competition, and will not be undersold at any rate. N. B.—The old stock of the late Mr. Gerriah we have marked down to Less than Half the Cot', and would invite the attention of the ladies who are in want of House Shoes or Slippers to look at them im mediately, and by so doing they will secure the best bargains. ty Remember, corner of Brown and Congress Sts. CHAS. A. RACKLEFF & CO. Nov 30—eodjtwtf B. H. JONES, Manufacturer and Dealer in Boots, Shoes & Bubbers, Jo. Ill Federal St., PORTLAND, MX. CUSTOM WORK, For Ladies and Gemtlemex, from the very best stock to be found in the metropolitan and foreign markets, made to order, and warranted to give en tire satisfiwtfon. AU Plwt Clam Boots Made With Fair Stitch. 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 manulhrturing custom work in this city, has 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 notice. nov20eodtf Holiday Gifts ! -A*— CLEAVELAND & CO’S, COB. FREE AND MIDDLE STS. Nov JO—eod3w Gk Pt_ PAINE, Teacher of Piano Forte And Musical Theory. IP" SLATE AT PAINE'S MUSIC STORE, IG3 Middle Street. Oct 23—eocUm* LIBBY, LIDBACK l CO., Afachinists, Me. 4 Mono feet nrers Block, UiIm St., * POBTLAND, MAINE. Manufacture and repair all kinds of machinery. Alao, manufacture and tell Watters’ powerful, double-acting, anti-ireexing Force-Pump. Warrant ed to give satisfaction. ° Oct faHIZivt/' A' Ln>BACE> ®E0- L' abksbkt. Wanted. I> Y a family without children, a small genteel ten J ement, near the central part ol the city. Address X. Y, Z.t Press Office, augSeodti Entertainments. LECTURES GEO LO G Y! Amply Illustrated by carefully prepared paintings AND DIAGRAMS! Prof. Gunning, TUEMnA^y^Ver “ °UUrSe °‘SIX LEC CONGRESS HALL. Clapp’s Block, COMMENCING ON Monday Evening, Nov 13, at T| o'clock. v^n?nCaQt*Puipg tlir<>u8l1 consecutive Monday special prominence to tho LATEST TEACHINGS of SCIENCE; what she hai to say ot the origin of things; ot life; of man; ol the antiquity ot man; ot the prophecies ot his creation, uttered through nature. i?ckiet^,for Course, - 75c. Single Evening, -.25c. Scholars from the High School admitted for half price. • had at the principal stores and at the door. Jfcw "iril Lecture Gratuitous. Nov. 4-Nit --:-— i vT XV A. IN U Promenade Concert! -BY THE YOUNG LADIES9 IN’. IV. Society, Monday Evening, Dec. 11th, -AT CITY HALL. General Managers. I. Washburn, Jr., Jos. W. Dyer, Jos Hale, Edward Hamblin, J. B. Carroll, j. T. Oilman, Capt. Henry Inman, W. W. Harris. Fleor Managers. J. Frank Dyer, Henry P. Wood, Edw. C. Sweet, L. 0. Short. MUSIC BY CHANDLER’S BAND. Dancing to commence at 8 o'clock. REFRESHMENTS served in the Reception Room. Single Tickets 50 cte., two ior 75 cts., three for $1. For sale at Bailey Sc Noyes’, Short Sc Loring's and at door. dc7td GRAND Promenade Concert! GIFT ENTERTAINMENT -BY THE Ladies of Portland Spiritual Association, -ON Tuesday Evening:, Dec. 12th, 1865, CITY HALL. One Hundred and Twelve FANCY AND USEFUL ARTICLES to be distrib uted among tlie audience. Refreshments will be for Sale. LT Dancing to commence at 8 o'clock. MUSIC BY CHANDLER’S BAND. Tickets Thibty-Five Cents—for sale at the door. Dec 7—dtd GOOD TEMPERS’ COURSE. rilHE next Lecture in the Good Templars' Course X will take place at CITY HAL!*, On Thursday Evening, Dec* 14, *65, - BY — Gen. S. F. Carey, OF OHIO. SUBJECT.Temperance. MUSIC BY SHAW’S QUARTETTE CLUB. Course Tickets $1.00; Evening 26cts. Lecture to commence at Tjo’clock. <lc7td Fair at West Falmouth! THERE will be a Fair at WestF- lmouth in behali ot the Second Cong. Church, to be held at the House of Mr. SAMUEL BELL, Teeriay Afternoon and Evening, Dec. 12. Refreshments and Fancy Articles ior sale. ADMISSION 15 CENTS. II stormy it will be postponed till the next day. Dec 7—(ltd INDEPENDENT LECTURES! Tickets lor Balance of the Coarse $1. LECTURERS ENGAGED. MAJ. GEN. KILPATRICK, of New Jersey. FRED DOUGLASS, of New York. MAJ. GEN. CHAMBERLAIN, of Maine. REV. J. M. MANNING, of Mass. REV. A. L. STONE, of Mass. HON. JAMES HARLAN, Sec. of the Interior. GEO. W. CURTIS, ESQ., of New York. MRS. FRANCES ELLEN HARPER, of Maryland. MAJ. GEN. O. O. HOWARD, U. S. Army. Per Order of Committee. Portland, Nov. 28,1865.—dtf MEDICAL ELE CTBICITT DR. W. N. DEMING, Medical Electrician, 174 MIDDLE STREET, Nearly Opposite the United States Hetel, WHERE he would respectfully announce to the citizens of Portland and vicinity, that he has permanently located in this city. During the two years we have been in this city, we have cured sane of the worst forms of disease in persons who have tried other forms ot treatment in vain, andcuring patients in so short a time that the question is often asked, do they stay cured? To answer this question we will say that all that do not stay cured, we will doctor the second time without charge. Dr. D. has been a practical Electrician for twenty one years, and Is also a regular graduated physician. Electricity is perfectly adapted to chronic (liseauea in the form of nervous or sick headache; neuralgia hi the head, neck, or extremities; consumption when in the acute stages or where the lungs are not fully involved; acute or chronic rheumatism, scrofula, hip diseases, white swellings, spinal diseases, cnrvatnre of the spine, contracted muscles, distorted limbs palsy or paralysis, St. Vitas’Dance, dealhess, stam mering or hesitancy ol speech, dyspepsia, indiges tion, constipation and liver complaint, piles—weeure every case that can be presented; asthma, bronchi tis, strictures of the chest, and all forms of female oomplaints. By Electricity The Rheumatic, the gouty, the lame and the lasv leap with joy, and more with the agilitv and elastic ity of youth; the heated graid is cooled; the frost bitten limbs restored, the nnconth deformities re moved; faintness converted to vigor, weakness to strength; the blind made to see, the deaf to hear and the palsied form to move upright; the blemishes ot youth are obliterated; the accidents of mature life presented; the calamities ot old age obviated and an active circulation maintained. LADIES Who have cold hones and feet: weak stomachs, lame -and weak backs: nervous and sick headache; dizzi ness and swimming in tho head, with indigestion and constipation of tho bowels; pain in the side and back; leucorrhasa, (or whites); falling of the womb with In ternal cancers; tumors, polypus, and all that long train of diseases will find In Electricity a sure means of cure. For painful menstruation, too prolhse menstruation, and all of those long line of trouble* with young ladies, Electricity Is a certain specific, and will, in a short time, restore the sufiferer to the vigor of health. TEETH t" TEETH I TEETH 1 Dr. D. still continues to Extract Teeth by Elec tricity without pain. Persons having decayed teeth or stumps they wish to hove removed for reset ting he would give a polite invitation to call. Superior Electro Magnetic Machines lor sale ior family use, with thorough instructions. Dr. D. can aooomngufate a lew patients with board and treatment at hi*nZuise. Office boors from 8 b’clock A. M. to 12 M.; from - to 8 P. M., and 7 to 9 in the evening. Consultation free. novltf DR. P. D. BUNNELL, Sealing Physician, IS happy to inform the sick ot Portland that he h*« taken rooms at Kingsbury's Hotel, 203 Oongress Street, Where he will exercise his unrivaled powers of heal ing (not (only acute but chronic disease) fl?r those who willjflve him a call. Dr- BUNNELL is no professional humbug from New York, or some other remote place, where noth ing is known ol him, (although he has been a pupil of the celebrated magnetic Physician, Dr. Schulliof, of New York) but a man from* your own State, and who is well known. Dr. B. cures Bheumatism In ail its forms. Do not suffer Irom this disease when reliel is so easy and sure. Lameness, Deaftiess, Neuralgy, Catarrh with all Its attendant evils, Female Weaknesses and Com. plaints, Lung Disease, all Liver and Kidney Affec tions, Weak Eyes, Loss of Voice, Asthma, SerofUla, Inflammation ofthe Brain,Lungs and Stomach, Ery sipelas, Heart Disease, Ac. pETChe Dr. gives no medicine. Don't lose this opportunity of getting rid bf your troubles > aches and paingjhy lading to Call on Dr BunnelL Hf Consultation free to all, Dec 7—dSm To House-Keepers. TT AtT? y°n “een the new WASHING MACHINE? Lf,™ ® perfect gem 1 and works to a charm. Also, Hawes’ Unrivalled CLOTHES DRYER, and the best Clothes Wringers in Ihe market; II not call and examine them. They give entire satislae Clothe* Wringers and Lamps repaired. •All kinds of Lamps altered for Fairbanks* Patent Fluid Lamp Burner. It saves one-half the expense Incurred by the use of Kerosene Lamps. ™ a . „ S. C. RUNDLETT, 8° Federal St,, near Exchange St, Portland* l Dec7-dlw* I Miscellaneous. For Ten Days! HOOP SKIRTS, CORSETS! AT COST. Having determined to reduce the large stock at Hoop Skirts and Corsets now In store, WILL COMMENCE THIS DAY A Great Closing-Out Sale I —OF— HOOP SKIRTS, and CORSETS 1 AT COST, CONTINUING FOR TEN DAYS! PRICES ALL MARKED DOWN ANDERSON’S, NEW YORK Skirt and Corset Store! 26 MARKET SQUARE. 26. Skirts at 1J15 marked down to 1.00 “ lJfO “ “ 1.25 " 1.75 ** “ 1.45 “ 2.00 “ “ 1.62 AND OTHERS IN PROPORTION. iy A splendid 35 Spring, extra clasp tape skirt, only 1.50 former price 2.25. CORSETS! CORSETS! CORSETS ! Corset* at 1.00 marked dowm to .88 “ 1.50 “ « 1.25 “ 1.75 « “ 1.50 “ 2.00 “ « 1.76 Ladies, avail yourselves of the opportunity. COME AND GET A BARGAIN! THE GOODS MUST BE SOLD! tFIKTD OTJT THE PLACE AND YOU CAN SAVE MONEY AND ERSON’8 New York Skirt and Corset Store, 20 MARKET SQUARE. 20. NEAR 1 HE OLD CITY HALL! GEO. ANDERSON, Agent. Oct 20—dis2m 5 BARGAINS! 5 One Price f!U‘ • V..-' sj* ftr \jj J, (/jl CLOTHS, CLOAKS, ELDEN& WHITMAN One Brice SHAWLS, SILKS. One Brice BLACK WOOL BEAVERS. flf.31 Gi .ilO i Lf*:. .i(1,0A^vI BLANKETS. ■ ■ ■ One Brice Thibets, Poplins, Dress Goods, FLANNELS, U WvOf’i \o \sW } DOMESTICS. One Brice White Goods, HOSIERY, GLOVES. No. 5. TSo. 5 Free Street Bloch ONE PRICE ONLY. ELDEN & WHITMAN November 21, 1866. dti Miscellaneous. LEACH, BARTLETT & PARKER, Are now receiving, direct from New York, a large assortment ol CLOAKS I Cloakings and Trimmings I Comprising all the NEW STYLES, And making one ol the beat Stocks in the clty select from. - ■ 11 ""T" We would al»o invite particular attention to our Stock of WOOLEN GOODS! — FOR — MEN AND BOYS WEABl PLAIN AND FANCY SHIRTING FLANNELS. Bleached and Brown O OTTONS. Prints and De Lains. All of which we shall sell at the Lowest Possible Cash Prices. We have now in More 75 pieoea BLACK ALPACCA! Bought very cheap, In which we offer extra Induce ments to purchasers. Among them are some Very Gooff Quality for 60 lo 69c. Very Fine Nice Quality for 76c. Anff One nt 61 that has hoen Soiling nt 61,96 anff froas thnl to 69,60. We have a very choice Stock oi DRESS GOODS, And the Act ef their having been recently purchased enables us to offer them at Extremely Low Prices! We intend keeping oar Stock Full in all Its Departments! And hope, by honest dealing and strict attention to businees to receive a liberal patronage. No. 5 Deering Block. Dec 4—dtf rKErARE for THANKSGIVING! BE IN SEASON! Goods are Scarce, Prices Advancing / Remember I "The War to over-and” the B>ys and OIrto are all to meet around the table at the old homestead, and have a glorious Thanksgiving this year.] Give them a warm reception, and do not fall.to call and secure some Valnable Presents I -AT THE 8TODE OF flnniu & Hum, Nos. 148 k 150 Middle St. Remember I We manufacture our own Hoop Skirts, and a* a matter of course we can and do sell them LESS than any house In the trade. Remember! li you want HOOP SKIRTS buy thorn from th« Manufacturer and save 20 per eent. A Nice Ladies Skirt for .75 A Better “ “ “ 1.25 A Superior “ “ '* 1.50 Remember! We carry the largest Stock of HOSIERY, GLOVES and KNIT GOODS of any House in the Stats; do not resort to Dummies and can not be undersold. A BIG DRIVE! 100 doz. Ladles Cashmere all Wool Hose, former price $1.50, pnesent price $1.00. Call and see them, they have no equal. A Bargain. | 100 doz Childrens Bal. Hose, all Wool, It and llejpr. WE DEFY COMPETITION! 100 doz Ladles ALL WOOL BIBBED HOSE.BOc pr. CASHMERE GLOVES 1 50 dos. Ladles, lor 40 eemla per pair. Remember! We buy our Knit Woolen Goods by the Case, and can afford to sell them at very LOW PRICKS. lOOtez, Heatsal 65c each, worth 1.00 lOO dox. Hoods ml Toe each, worth l.SS lOO dox. Hoods ml 1.00 eoch, worth 1.50 lOO dox.Clowdsot 1.00 worth everywhere!.»* Remember, We have a tew more Ladies Yeats, high neck, lent sleeves, for 98.00 eaoh. Remember! Ladles, It will pay-if yo» bu7 1 n,w Cloak, we have got them hesattas-Manulactured by Paine, Berry & Co., ol New York. New one. to every day. __ Remember, We Manufocwre Hoop Skirts to oriter. Keep the best qualities or French Corsets which we sell lor gl.TS per pair. _ Remember, We keep the best line ot Ladies DRESS BUT TONS In Portland, and oar place of business Is No. 148 B 150 Middle 81.. Portland, Me. FITZGERALD St HODS DON. Nov 13-d tf Portland & Rochester Railroad Co. ALL persons entitled to Stock In the Portland and Rochester R. R. Co., are requested to call at the office of the Company, No. U Diddle St., end ex change their Bonds, Coupons, Trustee * Re ceipts for certificate* ot Stock. LEWIS PIEBCE, Treasurer P. St R. R. R. Co. Dec 4, 1865. deft** Auction Sales. Horses, Carriages, Harnesses, &c., AT AUCTION! Every Saturday, at 11 o’clock a. m.. 0b Lime St., we shall sell Horace, Carriages, li»r nesaes, Blankets, Rubes Sleighs, Ac., Ac. „ HERBY BAILEY A Co., Auctioneers, uct ol—ati House and Lot at Auction. 0N' ™*5?DAY, Dec 13th, at 3 o’clock P. M., we shall sell a house on Lincoln, near Mayo St. It Is a two-story wooden House, containing eight finished rooms, good cellar, good water. ThThouse la new— never beon occuplo 1. Poeseseion given Immediately. The lot contains about 2000 square feet. For particu lars call on ^ HENRY BAILEY A Co., Auctioneers. Dec 7—dtd Two Houses at Auction. ON WEDNESDAY, Dec. 13th, at 3 o’clock P. M., we shall sell a one and a half story House on Wil rnot St, below Lincoln St.; It has 7 finished rooms, good water, a wood-shed, and with a lot 30 by 47 feet. At tame time, a one and a hair story Houselln the roar of the above with 6 finished rooms: good water a wood-shed, and a lot 30 by 32j feet. These houses are new—never occupied. Possession given Immediately. Title clear, sale positive HENRY BAILEY A CO., Auctioneers. , Dec 7—dtd Government Auction Hedlcai and Hospital Property 1 —at *-•■3 ®. S. A. General Hospital, AVGUSTA, MAINE, On Wednesday, December 13th, Commence* at lo a. M. WILL be sold ftt the time and place above men tioned, the Medical and IWrttal Property” f “Cony" U. S. A. Hospital, consisting “pwwJtout 600 Iron Bedsteads, 1000 White andQrevBlsn 3000 Linen Sheets, kets, y 400 Ktlr and Shuck Mat- 400 Bed Sacks, tresses, 600 Counterpanes, 1300 Linen and CottonPU- 600 Hair Pillows, low Cases. 500 Pairs Drawers, 500 Cotton Shirts, 260 Dressing Gowns, 300 Pairs Socks, Together with a quantity ot standard Drugs and Medicines, Surgical Instrument, Medical Books, and a large variety of miscellaneous house famish ing articles. Terms—Cash, in Government fands. Sale to be continued from day to day until all is sold. „ J. THEODORE CALHOUN, Rvt. Major and Asst. Surgeon U. S. Army. Dec 6—dtd Messrs. W. M. Shute A Son Announce tho opening of their NEW FUR-ROOM, At their Old Location, 173 and 17& Washington St., BOSTON. The new sales-room is on the ground floor, occupies an area of nearly one thousand square bet, and la PERFECTLY WELL LIGHTED. They propose to keop a fall stock of tho best goods In their line of business, and respectiully request a continuance of the patronage so long bostowed upon Lem. --*»». ______ Siberian Sables. We offer this season a large stock of the above oholceFur In the newest stylet, and of very superior quality. We also hare a few carefally selected Skins,the best imported, which we propose to make up to order. W. H. SHUTE A SON, . ITS It ITS Washings*■ St., Bweten. ■■ -—— Ermine. Messrs. SHUTE & SON Call attention to their display of RICH ERMINE GOODS, made in various styles, for the street or in door wear. We have alto a few sett of same Far, hi very small sixes, for Young Children. ITS It ITS WssMsgtsa Sb, Bettea, •-- '.»» Choice Sleigh Robes. Arctic Pox, - - (Pore White.) Canadian Bear, - - (Jet Black.) Superior to any thing of the kind ever offered in thia market. Alio, ENGLISH BUGS or CABBIAGE BLAN KETS, in many pr«pgr designs. W. M. SHUTE <£■ SON, ITS a 1T6 Washington St., Baatan. -- Squirrel Cloaks OF ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES, Constantly on hand. Our long experience In the iran ufacture of these garments enables us to offer them of the best possible make, and upon advantageous terms. W. M. SHUTE A SON, ITS a ITS WnshingtnaSt., Boston. American Sable • Cloaks, Capos, Victor lacs, Collars. Caffs, Gloves, Mittens. Maffs. LARGE ASSTOBMENT, PRICES MODERATE. ¥. JC. SHUTE A SON, ITS a ITS Washington St., Boston. Astrachan Or Persian Lamb, In Black or Gray. FULL SETS OR SINGLE ARTICLES. Then Furs are much used ae trimming for outside garments. We cut the trimming and pnt It on, or nil the skins, as may be desirod. w. u. SHUTE A SON, ITS a ITS Washington Ss„ Boston. *-- . Beaver and Otter Collars, Caps, Gauntlets, Mittens, Ac., FOR GENTLEMEN’S WEAR. Choice qualities always in stock. Special styles or sixes made to measure. W. M. SHUTE A 80N, ITS a ITS Washington 8t., Boston. English Silk Umbrellas, “BLOCKADE RUNNERS,’’ MADE O.V FOX’S PATENT FRAME, NEAT, USEFUL, DURABLE, $5.00 EACH. Also, English Alpacca Umbrellas, SCOTCH GINGHAM UMBRELLAS, And a great variety of the cheaper grades. ¥. M. SHUTE A SON, ITS a ITS Washington St., Boston. Boston, Nov, 27,1805. dc73taw6w To Returned Prisoners of War. Office of the U. 8. Sanitary Commission. Army & Navy Claim Agency. TN FORM ATION is wanted oi JOSEPH FITZ 1 GERALD, Co. E, 8th, Maine Volt.. who fell out of the ranks (through exhaustion) with a comrade tn the retreat after the battle of Cold Harbor, and le tup posed to have been taken prisoner. A suitable REWARD will be paid for information of this Soldier, by yyjjxIAM H. FESSENDEN, No. 85 Exchange St., Portland, Maine. Dec 7—dlw_ For Matauzas. . Tbe fa t wiling Brig “MARY A. ± *1. CHASE," Capt. McDonald, having good Mf r accomm tdatlons, will bare immediate /M\liX dispatch for the above port. JBKi For pa wage only, apply to Capt. on board, or CHASE, CRAM A STURTEVANT, Dec »—dlw Wtdgery'i Wharf. Shingles for Sale. 80,000 “"“MSKhawi.* Call 7on O. C. FRENCH. Portland, Dec 7,1*60. d3w Plano Forte. - FOB SALE, (me nice second-hand Pl~ ano Forte, and Plano Fortes and Melo 5TlLa#0“ ROBINSON. No. 51 Exchange 8t. Dec 5—dlw* Nova Scotia Pot*toe* and Turnip*. 1800 BUSHELS FOTATOES,ip> Landing from ^•'XStlv&Z' ^ * No. li Union Wharf. Portland, nth Dec, U*.dcQdfiw* Onions, Onions! JUST received 500bushel* of Dtnvcrs Onions, and for wle at One Dollar per bushel, at S. P. BARBOUR’S Produce Store, Dee •—d*w* Ne. M Lime St. $700 Wanted. mo hire 8100. on first mortgage of Real Estate In 1. Portland, worth 83600. Extra interest would be paid. Address S. Press Office. Dee »—dlw