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A Mirny lit,# UMfH’htVAttt" li'towi». now volume entitled "MUerid»u’i Vir ginia Campaign," ws taka the following ac count of a character encountered by the Gener al during a chase after a fragment of Lee’s ar my: The General dismounted here, at the fence of a stiff old gentleman, who was sitting on his high piazza and scowling severely as « up. lie was the typical southerner of titty years: his long gray hair fell over the conn of his coat behind his ears; he was aKfJf|iBen the swallow-tail of a bygone mode, a h , vest, cut low, and nanteeu pantaloo. e ,ng far over the foot, Ithat " gLirt.frill adorn m morocco slippers, abns l. * MUre of bis ed bis bosom, and from in g at u3 aa waU-like <mu»rnbttf ”‘,k m hisliouse. Prince p1wlard CourtPHowe was a stranger to w ar, ,md rmr indhftmnt friend was looking now for time on the like of us, and certainly he did not seem to like our look. He bowed in a dignified way to ilie General, who bobbed at himcarelessly, and sat down on a step, drew out his inevitable map, lighted a lresh cigar, and asked our host if any oi Lee s troops had been seen about here to-day. “Sir,” he answer ed “as 1 can truly say that none have been seen by me I will say so; hut if I had seen any 1 should feel it my duty to refuse to reply to your question. 1 cannot give you any informa tion to the disadvantage of General fee. 'Phis little speech clothed in unexceptionaoie diction, which no doubt had been awaiting us from the time we tied our horses at the gate, missed fire hadlv. It was very patriotic, and all that; but the General was not in a humor to chop patriotism just then, so he only' 8»yo< a soft whistle of surprise, and return- d to the at tack quite unscathed. “How far is it to Buffalo River. “Sir, I don’t know.” "The devil you don’t! How long have you lived here?” “All my life.” . “Very well, sir, it,s time you did know. Cap tain! put this gentleman ill charge of a guard, and when we move, walk him down to Buffalo River, and show it to him.” And so he was marched off, leaving us a sav age glance at parting ; and that evening tramp ed five miles away from home to look at a riv er which was as familiar to him as his own family. Doubtless to this day he regales the neighbors with the story of tliis insult that was put upon him, and still prings up his children to the faith for whose dogmas he suffered.— Doubtless, too, he considers General Sheridan a perfect gentleman. TIIE MARKETS. TELEGRAPHIC REPORTS. Finmacinl. New York, Nov. IK The Commercial says money is somewhat unsettled; some banks are lending at 6 and others at 5 per cent. Prime paper enrrant at 6. Foreign Exchange <luii; 6) day bills9 ®9j. The weakness in stocks continues. Governments are quiet but iirm. The miscellaneous list is weak under a heavy decline in railroad shares. New York market. New Yore, Nov. 16. Cotton—}@ lc lower; sides 121)0 bales. Middling uplands at 34 @ 36c. Flour—quiet: sales 9,400 l-l-ls. State at 9 10 fa 12 80; Round Hoop Ohio 11 60® 14 00: Western 910 ■SO 13 10; Southern quiet. Wheat—dull; Bales 41,000 bush. Milwaukee No. 2, at 2 45 ® 2 47. timber Stale at 3 12. Corn—heavy, unsettled and declining; s;de3 25,400 hush. Oats—heavy; sales 51,000 bush. Clucago and Mil wankoe at 67 (B 71c. Beet—steady. Pork—heavy and lower; new mess at 24 37; prime at 21 00 @ 22 00. Lard—steady. Butter—quiet. Whiskey—qulef. Rice— quiet. Sugars—dull. Coffee—quiet. _. _ . __ Naval Stores—dull, spirits Turpentine .5 ® 77,— Rosin 611. Oils— luiet- tsnsecd at 1 45 @ 1 47. Pntr ,nf-n—more active; sales of crude at 22} fa) o',,,. ■ penned bonded at 35 @ 36c. tallow—quiet at 12} @ 124. Freights to Liverpool—dull. Chicago Markets. Chicago, Nor. 15. Flour quiet. Wheat 1 @ 3c higher, closing firm at 2 (0 for No. 1, and 1 87 @ 2 05 for No. 2. Corn oj-on *1 firm but closed quiet at a decline of 4c; sales at 91c tor No. 1, and 67 @ 89 for No. 2. Oats active and 1c higher, closing at 404 @ 42forNo. 2. Provisions dull. Hogs dull at f> 75 @ ? 25 for good choice. Freights lull at 10 @ 10} for cat s to Buffalo. Receipts 13,000 bbls Flour, 71,000 bush Wheat, 80, 000 busli Com, 45,00o bush Oats, 1,900 hogs. Shipments 7,000 bbls. Flour, 13,8*k) bush. Wheat, 29,000 busli. Com, 125,000 bush. Oats. Milwaukee Market*. Milwaukee. Nov. 15. Flour steady. Wheatquictat 2 12 for No. 1, and 1 92} (a) 1 91 for No. 2. Corn firm at 94c. Oats firm at 4fc. Receipts 23,000 hbls Flour, 55,000 bush Wheat. Shipments, 4,000 bble Flour, 99,000 busli Wheat 81. Leah Market. St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 15. Flour—little doing; extra at 10C5@ 12 87; choice at 13 75 @ 1G 01*. Wheal better. Spring at 2 00 (dg 2 20; prime choice Fall at 2 GO @ 2 80. Corn improved; sales at 1 01 @ 1 12 for old, and 70 % 75 for new. Oats better at 49 ^ 54c. Wiliniugtoii Markets. Wilmington, N. C., Nov. 15. Crude turpentine firmer at 4 90 for soft, and 2 45 for hard. Spirits turpentine steady at 70. Rosin at 3 25 @ 3 50 for common, and q 25 'c£ 6 00 for No. 1. Cotton at 29 (q) 30c for middling." San jFrnuciftCO Market. San Francisco, Nov. 14. Sugar 13c. The present stock of sugar in the mark e is estimated at 1,000,000 pounds. I>ry liydcs 14c. Mining stocks improved. Legal tenders 70}. Commercial—-Per Cable. Liverpool, Nov. 13. ! Cotton market dull and drooping; sales to-day G,0ou I bales. Middling Uplands at 14]d. Manchester, Nov. 13. Wools and yams heavy and lower. ' London, Nov. 13. ConsolB for money closed at 89J. • Liverpool, Nov. 13, Evening. The market for Breadstuff# is firmer. Corn has ad vanced to 38s per 460 pounds for Mixed Western.— Provisions dull. American Securities.—The following are the quota.ions for American Securities: Eric Railroad Shares 51}. Illinois Central Railroad Shares77]. Unit ed States 5-20’s 09]. Liverpool, Nov. 13, Evening. Petroleum is Is 7.1 ® ls8d per gallon for refined. London, Nov. 13, Evening. The money market is steady. Consols for money closed at 693. American Securities—The prices of American secu rities are as follows: Erie Railroad shares 52; Illinois Central Railroad shares 78; United States 6-20’s 69]. l.l VERPOOL, Nov. 14. Cotton —The Cation market is heavy and h regulai; the sales to-day were G,00u bales. Mid fling uplands are quoted at 14}.!. London, Nov. 14. T he money market is firm. Consols closed at 90 tor money. American Securities.—Eric Railroad Shares 51). Illinois Central Railroad Shares 73. United States 6-20’s G9k JVew Voi k Hloclt iHaikct. New -York, Nov. 13. JjEcoud Board—Stocks duU and lower. American Gold,..143jj Treasury Seven-Thirties,.107] U. S. Five-Twenties, 18d>,.107 * U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons,. lbGl.109? Tennessee Sixes, new,.&. 7l| Missouri Sixes. 87 Cni< ago-& Rock Island.106 Illinois Centra),.122 Cleveland & Pittsburg,. 88) Chicago & North Western.. 52* Chicago & North Western, preferred,. 747 Cleveland & Toledo. .. 112J Pittsburg & Fort Wayne. iic§ Milwaukee & St, Paul. 08* Milwaukee & St. Paul, preferred. 71* Michigan Southern,. 8*3 Michigan Central,.1134 New York Central,.HO Erie.. 7fcj Pacific Mail.342 Quicksilver Alining Company ,. 51§ ; Boston Water Power Company,. . 314 Western Union Telegraph,... 50] Boston Stock liiatl. Sales at the Brokers’ Board, Nov. 11. American Gold. 14 !| United States Coupon Sixes, 1881. 11'? United States 7 3-lOths, 1st series. 107\ small. 107^ 2d series. l(*5i “ 3d aeries. 105? United States 5-20s, 1862 . 107 “ 1*U. 1075 “ 1865. 107$ United States Ten-lortie.«. loog Augusta City Sixes, lb78. 100 Maine State Sixes, 1878. 100 Western Railroad.. 14<4 Rutland 1st Mortgage B «nds. 123 Vermont Central 1st mortgage hands. ll‘» Vermont Central 2d mortgage bonds. 38 Hill Manufacturing Compauv. 236^ New Hampshire State Sixes,. 100 married. In tl'b city, Nov. 14, by Uev. I>r. Stocltbridge, Samuel II. scUuk. ami Mias Ellen A. Delauo, botliol Portland. In tbi* city, Nov. 14, by Rev. Dr. Stoekbiiujrc John W. James and Miss Hi*/.abeth G Andrews both of Portland. anarews, In this city, Nov. 15, by Rev. E. C. Bolles, L. ciit tbrd Wade and Almira Isabella Safiord, both r»f Portland. In Auburn, Nov. 14, by Rev. A. C. Adam:, j. Hcn_ ry Crockett, oi Portland, ninl Miss Annette A . Mil lett, of Auburn. [No caids.j In Augusta, Nov. 10, Sullivan Bnssford and Mary A Jackman. died. In this city, Nov. 4, Julia A., only daughter of Abizer and Eliza A. Andrews, agod 15 vears 11ms. fhuncrul t:.is Friday afternoon, at 3 o’clock.] In i reedom, Oct. 2<», of rheumatic fever, Mrs. Mar tha, wife of John G. Glidden. Eso., aged 70 years; 31st, oi appoplexy, John c. Glidden, aged Hi years. In I4over, Oct. A>t Mrs. Betsey, widow of the laic Nimrod Hinds, aged about sr2 years. In Chestervilio, Nov. 7, Nellie, daugliler oi George Jj. aud Eliza C. Riggs, aged 14 years 7 months In Wilton, Oct. 29, Miss Mary Gage, aged 74 years 7 months. v. J M _ In Skowhegan, Nov. 4, Mrs. Lucinda B., wife of Hon. Wm, Rowell, aged 57 years. Miniature Almanac-November 1G. Sun rises.<1.52 J Moon :eta. AM Sun sets..... .4.37 | High v liter.5.54 PM *" ?. ...*. JLjj, OKPASTPrHK OP Si-IO^’ISAMISM MT"*- :;:i:«a&;:;fi| S&&Tiii&Z : &SS&:: :h i! MoVo ( a/tlo -New York. .Havana Nov 24 rltvof Dublin.New iork. .Liverpool Nov 24 java .New York.. Liverpool Nov 27 Rising Star.New York. .California Nov 21 South America-New York. .Rio Janeiro.. .Nov 22 ririn.New York.. Liverpool..... Nor 21 Persia.Now York.. Liverpool Nov 28 M A RIM® Tv] ®W8 I'ORI Of POBTti«B. Thar.,.lay. Noyouiber 13. ARRIVED. Sen Union. Kiwliop. Baltimore. Sell John U Dennli, Tliurlow, New I mryport. Sell Kuril v Holder, Emmons, Weoi'getown. Sell Sterling. |Br) l’roctor, Windsor, NS, tor Bob toil. Sell Pytbou, Clossou, Rlueliill. Sell Australia, Cameron, Southport. Sell Arrival, l'amham. Booth bay. Sch Ganges, Tate, Calais or Boston. Sch H B Small, Cole. Macliias for Boston. Sch Emily, Giant, Ellsworth for Boston. Sell G V\ Partridge, Dorr, Bangor for Baltimore. Sch Proit ction, Lowell. Bangor for Dorchester. Sell Earl, Webber, Bangor for Boston. CLEARED. Sell J G Craig. Craig, New York. Sch Osear, Mallock, Eastnort— J B Kniglit. Sell Frank Pierce, Grant, Ellsworth — Eastern Packet Co. Sch Nile, Oliver, Augusta—W & 0 R MilliKen. Al} barque Sam Shepard, 299 tons, built at Mill bridge in 1856, has been sold at New York for $8000. Launched—At Millbridge 23d ult, from the yard ot S Strout, a l.rlg of about 380 tons, named M Louise Miller, owned by G R Campb ll iV Co, Capt John Leighton, (who will command licr) and parties in 1 ioHton. Barque Gen%lierman. Oapt Russ, from Piiiladel phia tor Galveston, saied trom Delaware Breakwater Sept 24th, since which nothing ha> been heard fr om her, and it is feared that she loundered in the gale ot Oct 1st and 2d. ('apt Russ and most of the crew be longed in Belfast. UISASTEKS. Brig Ueo K Prescott. Mills, from Bairzor tor New York, with lumber, before reported ashore in Macke rel Cove, was g-t oil* 13th and proceeded, lir barque Flash Light, Wilson, fr om Newport. E, lor Portland, jmt into Queenstown (no date) in dis tress, having lest mainmast, spars and sails, in a heavy gale. Barque Jaa E Brett, from Shields tor New Haven, put into Queenstown 14th inst. in distress. [Per cable.] DOMESTIC PORTS. NEW ‘ Hi LEA NS—Cld 8th inst, barque C V Minot, Blethen, tor Portia d; HD Bro,«kraan. Dickey, for Boston. MOBILE—Ar 9th, ship Success, Chase, New York; sch Francisco, Warner, Baltimore. GEORGETOWN, SC—Ar 4th inst, biig Lincoln Webb, Wylie, Charleston; 5th, sch Cb.ttauooga, Black, Seavsport. Cld 31st. sch A Haley, Haley, Waldoboro. WILMINGTON, Nc—Ar 9th, brig Alta vela. Reed, New London. NORFOLK—Ar 10jh, brig Jas Crosby, Bad win, New York; sch Hardscrabble, Jones, Rockltud. BALTIMORE—Al* 13th, sell James Henry, Oliver, Belfast. Cld 14th, ship Jas F Patten, Percv, Bath. PHILADELPHIA—Ar 12ih, brig J C York, York. Portland; sch E &■ L Marts, Marts, Gardiner. Ar 13tb, ship Hope, Hancock, Liverpool. Below, brig Stephen Duncan, Tvler, from Wil mington, Del. NEW YORK—Ar 13th, schs P L Smith, Brown, Elizabethport for Portlai.d; Pavan, Clark, and Nep tune, Clark, Macbias; C P Stick, icy, Mathias, and 5 H Gibsou, Bartlett, irmn Bangor; Abby Brackett, Achorn, Rockland; E N Perry, Ham Ron, Portland. Cld 13th, baroue Chief, Harding. Bueuos Ayres. Ar 14th, aclia Wm H Mitchell, Cole, Sliulec, NS; Sarah Wooster, Lei.am I, Ellsworth; Czar,Hammond , Poughkeepsie for Boston. Cld aiiius Colftatial Empire.. Tajrlor. Panama; PortJaw, Curbs, for Liverpool; Adelaide, Cuttii g, Liverpool; barque Contest. Scott, Rio Janeiro; brig Potomac. Snow. Charleston. NEW HAVEN— Cld 13th, sch Jas Brophy, Pack ard, Rockland. PROVIDENCE—Ar 13th, soli Ontario, Verrill, fm Calais. Si1*! 14ill lirinr pp Ivinrlan f.-r Tinnor, it- • ar>V,a j Wm Butman, Smart, and Alabama. Gardiner, New York; Porto Rico Wentworth, and Jas Blirs, Hat h, I Bangor: Frank Nelson, Wyley, Calais. NEWPORT—Ar 13th, ecus Paul Seavev, Gullifer, I Dignton for Bangor; Lookout, Wall, Fall River lor Calais; Maria, Sprague, Pawtucket lor do. FALL RIVER—Ar Uth, schs Cornelia, Webber, and Mary Eizabeili, Hatch, Elizabetliport Sid 14th, brig Rlonica, Mitchell, Wilmington, NC; sobs Lookout. Walls, Calais: Hyena, Gardiner,for Bangor. HOLMES’HOLE—Ar 33th. schs Brainhall, Ham ilton, New York for Portland; Geo Gilman, Parritt, do for Eastport; Car. oil, A.kley, from Newport lor Macliias. Ar 14th schs Leader, Allen, New York tor Salem; Ruth Thomas. Dodge, Providence for Bangor. EDGAKTOWN—Ar 12th, schs N Jones. Huntley. New York for Msehias; Hattie Coombs,Driukwatcr, Nonolk for Boston. Ar I3th, trig Trento1Sawyer. Br dgeport for Port land; sclis S R Jameson, Jameson, New York tor Boston; Maria Louisa, Robinson, do for Weymouth; Walier nail, Pressey, do for do. NEW BEDFORD—Ar Uth, sell Mary Alice, Per ry, Liiicolnvillc. S <1 14ih, sch Peucinian, Turner, Bangor. BOSTON—Ar Uth, schs Susan Ross, f ei vick. and H W Welling ion, Weils, B ngor; Clurter Oak, Al len, Belfast. CJiJ Koi^ncn IT.-nx-y- T»Uv.K, CDlUEtyi Brunswick,Davis. Portland; brig H Eaten, Brown. Dcma ara; soil Ab^y Gale, Ryder, BeUa>t. Ar 15th, schs Hannie Westbrook, Littlejohn, from Elizabetliport; Fairfield,/Jbee, Calais; Donwortli, Bradbury, Muchius; Penninah & Josephine, Hig gin\ Kden; A Hooper, Fullerton, Ellsworth; Marie!, Winchonbach, Wa doboro: J Warren,Sargent, Ban go.; J P M amain, Clark, Belfast; Gen Marion, Wyman, Bath. SALEM—Ar 13th, schs Grampus, Gordon, and Loella, Lord, Sullivan; Aurora, Miller; Pioneer. Haskell, and Scioto, Thuilow, Bangor; Spar a, Hop kins, Frank fb t; Juno, Harding, Rockland; Rio, Creamer, Waldoboro; President Warrington, Sea man, Augusta. Ai lltii, schs Judge Tenney, Deane, and Jane Woodbury, Sliute, Bangor. PORTSMOUTH—Ar 13th sch Mary Susan, Snow, Rockland. MACHIAS—Sid llth, barque Sarah Elizabeth, Sinclair. Buenos Avrcs. BANGORr—Cld 14lh, brig Don Quixote, (new, oi Belfast, 42C tons) J Ha sell, Havana; sob Gen Con ner, (new, oi Stockton, 274 tons) Willaid Cousins, Turks Island -. FOREIGN PORTS* At Palermo 10th ult, barque Caro, Beals, fut Ban gor; brig Richmond. Powers, from do. Ar at Dunkirk 3 <tli ult, barque Schavml, Crosby, Phila lelphia. Ar at Brcmet haven 29th uit, ship Highland Chief, Irom Akyab; Fred Warren, from Bassein. Sid fin Cardenas 29tli ult, barque Mary C Fox,Ros°, Boston. Cld at St John, NB, 10th inst. brig Emily Fuller, Shac'.fcrd, Baltimore. fPer steamer Persia, at New York.) S*d blur, Si Mark. Wool, for New York; Mary O’Brien, tf^pei. Mobile; 1st lust, Lydia Skoliiold, Skoltiect, New York. Ent out 1st inst, Hibernian. (:■») Dutton, tor Tort land 8tli. Ar at Deal 1st inst, A oung Eagle, Walker, Callao for Dunkirk. In the Clyde 2d iuat, Lizzie II Jackson, Maiw'tk. for Boston, Idg. Off Point Lyiias 1st inst. Alary O’Brien, Vespei. Liverpool tor New York. i Aral Leghorn 29th uli, ;via»v Slewait. Dcnais.n. Philadelphia Ar at Port .Mahon l.th ult, Moaeyuick, Ev^ns, fin New York. Ar at Cadiz 25ih ult, Ellen Dyer, Clapp, from New Y ork. Ar at Helvoet I t inst, Ainie, Morse, Baltimore. Ar at Cuxhaveh iiilh ult, Gol Adams Morse Callao 3lth. WinfieM Scott, Rand. do. SPOKENA Oct 14, lat 29 19, Ion : 8 27, s ip SorreiiVo, Wilsoc, from Havre for New Orleans. VINELAND. i.iAlCitl AND 1-itriT liAAUa.in&luildAud 1 hcilthfW climate. Thirty miles south of Phil adelph a, by Railroad, in New Jersey, on the saae line oi latitude na Rairiioore, Md. The soil is ric-b and productive, varying from a clay to a sandy ioa i , suitable tor wheat, tirass, Con Tobacco, Fruit and vegetables. Thu is a treat ft* ii Country. Five bundled Vineyards and Orchard*, have been planted out by experienced fruit growers Crapes, Peaches, Pear; tfre., produce immense prof 1 a, Vineland is already one of the mos. beautitul places iu the Ui it'd State1.. The cut ire territory consisting *i Utty square miles of land, is laid out upon a general system oi improvement*. The Irma is only .-old to actual settler.; with provision for public •ldoinmc l. The place on account of its great, beauty, as well as other advantage'', ba^ become the resort oi peojJc qf' tatie, It has lucre ;sed five thousand people Within thj pasi three years Churches. Stores. Schools, Academics. Societies ol Art and Learning aud other oiem mts of lelincmcnt and culture have bjen nurodu ed. Hundreds of people are constantly settling. 11 unih c » of new houses are being con structe h I rice of iarm Land, twenty act clots and upward ,^2.>pcv acre. Five and ten acre and Vil lage lols tor sale. i ruits and \ egetables ripen earlier in this district than in any other 1 caiity, north of Norfolk. Va.im provea places lor sale Openings tor all liimts oi business, Lumber Yards, -danu aelorles, Foundries, Stores and the lik ; anti Steam Power with room cau be rented. For persons w ho desire mild winters, a healthful climate, and a good soil, in a country beautifully im prov d, abounding in iruits, and po.-Bearing all other social privileges, in the heart of civilisation, it is worthy oi a visit. Let ters answered, and t:.e Vineland Rural a papei giving full information, and containing reports of So ion Rob nson, sent to applicants. Address CHAS K. LANDIS, Vineland P. O., Landis Township, New Jersey. From Report ol Solon Robinson, AgiiculturalEdi tor oi the 1 nbunc; “It is one of the most extensive Jo rule tracts, in an almost level position and suitable | Conaiuon (or pleasant fanning that we know of this side of tie Western Prairies. sepclfid&wtf 57 MRS.COLBY’S BONNET ROOMS, Will bo ioun ' af No. 4 Cotton, near Free street, where she offers the bal .nee oi her stock at very low prices. Xbo.3 owing bills, willc jtt r a favor by calling and settling thesame. seplleodtl IV. "^tMae^WStffitted'np’f.flce Apply to- :ml alBO for a Dining or Lnncli Saloon. MITOIIELSON & RICHARDS, nnv 14 iltf n- ..t>u Die premises, n° 1 ....-JB Famory Island, Saco, Me. Store to Let. S CITABLE for ."Fancy Goods or imi. a business. or he,,t Stationery Inquire of J. J. W. REEVES _ nol0<ltl___No, 9 Green St. For Sale. A NICE STOCK of GROCERIES and PROVIS IONS, with 6TORE, in one of the best locations in tills city. Has a good run of the best ot trade. For particulars enquire at no8dtf _ PRESS OFFICE. tld^fflceery 8*y*e °4 **ol> Wor^ noatly e*ecdtod at WlftEllANtOI*. I Afau de Magnolia.—The prettiest thing, tho “sweetest thing,” and the most of it for the least money. It overcomes the ouorof perspiration; soft ens and adds delicacy to the skin; is a delightful per lUine; allays headache and infiamation, and is a nec essary companion in the sick room, in the nursery ami upon the toilet sideboard. It can be obtained everywhere at one dollar per bottle. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. S. T.—1860.—X.—The amount of Plantation Bit ters sold in one year is sometliiug startling. They would fill Broadway six feet high from the Park to 4tli street. Drake’s manutketory is one ot' the insti tutions in New York. It is said that Drake painted all the rocks in tho Eastern States with his cabalistic “S. T.—1860—X.,” and then got the old granny legis lators to pass a law “preventing disfiguring the face of nature,” which gave him a monopoly. We do not knowhow this is, but we do know tliat Plantation Bitters sell as no other article ever did. They are used by all classes of the community, and are death on Dyspepsia—certain. They are very invigorating when languid and week, and a great appetizer.” S&rato a pring Water, sold by all Druggists. “In lining the kettle from the fire I scalded myself very severely—one hand almost to a crisp. The tor ture was unbearable. * * * The Mexican Mus tang Liniment relieved the pain almost immediately. It healed rapidly and left very tittle scar. Crab. FosIer, 420 Broad sfilet, Philadelphia.” This is mer ely a sample of what the Mustang Lini ment will do. it is invaluabe in all cases of wounds, swellings, sprains, cuts, bruises, spavins, etc., either upon man or beast. Beware of counterfeits. None is genuine unless wrapped in the steel-plate engravings, hearing the signature of Q. W. Westbrook, Chemist, and the pri- '■ rate stamp of Demis Barnes & Co, New York. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. All who value a valuable head of hair, and its pres ervation from premature baldness and turning grey, will not tall to use Lyon’s celebrated Katliarion. It makes the hair rich, soft and glossy, eradicates dand ruff, and causes the hair to grow with luxuriant beauty. It is sold everywhere. E. Thomas Lyon, Chemist, N. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by allDruggists. What Did It? A young lady returning to her country homo alter a sojourn ofa few months in New York, was hardly recognized by her friends. In place of a rustic flushed face, she had a soft ruby complex ion of almost marble smoothness, and instead of 23, she really appeared but 17. She told them plainly she used Aagan’s Magnolia Balm, and would not be without it. Any lady can improve her appearance very much by using this article. It can be offered of any druggist for 58 cents Saratoga Spring Water, sold by allDruggists. fieimstreet’s inimitable Hair Coloring has been steadily growing inlavor lor over twenty yearn. It acts upoirthe absorbents at tho roots of tlie hair, and changes to its original color by degrees. All instnn tancous dyes deaden and injure the hair, lleim stror-ts is not a dye but is ccrtlin in its results, pro motes its growth, and is a beautiful Hair Dressing, Price 50 cents and $1.00. Sold by all dealers. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. Lyon’s Extract op Pure Jamaica Ginger for Indigestion, Nausea, Heartburn, Sick Headache, Cholera Morbus, &c., where a wanning, genial stim uianc is required. Its caroiul preparation aijd entire purity makes it a cheap and reliable article lor culi nary pul-poses. Sold everywhere at 50 cents per bot tle. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. n Juno 14, ’6C—eod&wly MAGIO H AIR Mestorative ! ! NO. 1, 1 win i&CNtdrc Gray or-Faded Hair to jits ORIGINAL COLOR, EITHER black or brown. Strengthens the hair and gives nourishment to the roots. Slakes the hair soft and moist. Prevents and cures Dandrufl A S plendid Hair Ht'essing, PROVED TO BE THE Best and Cheapest in Ihe Market. MAGIC HAIR DYE Has only to be applied to th6 Hair or Whiskers and the work is done; no washing. For sale by all Druggists. CHARLES NEWHALL, Proprietor, octl3cod 47 Hanover st, Boston. 3m MEN’S Under-Shirts ! a xn dha waits, In Fngiish, Scotch and American. Charles Custis & Co. Morton Block, CONOBESS STREET. no vi Wot “The Union War Chart” SHOULD hang in every school room. Every family should have one. It should be in the hands of every soldier who would point out to his children the field on which he fought m the war for the preserva tion of the Nation’s life. It has received the warmest, endorsement of Lieutenant General Grant and other heroes, both civil and military. Extract. Headquarters Armies of the U. s.f i Washington, D. C., May 3,1866. ) Dear Sir:—I have examined your Union War Chart with great pleasure. It supplies readily an amount of information which can be obtained only by read ing volumes. Asa matter of reference it will lie found valuable in every library, giving at a glance the date, place, &c*, of ever}' important event ol tho war. Very Respectfully, U. S. GRANT, Lieutenant General. tTfp“AgentB wanted in every town, to whom liberal tenns will be given. Address B. It. JENNE & CO., Brattleboro, Vermont, General Agents tor the New England States. nov!5d2t Northern Pacific Railroad. f I1HE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the A Northern Pacific Railroad Company, will be held at No. 5 State Street, Boston, on Monday, tlic third day of December, INOb, At twelve o’clock noon, for the transaction of such business as may legally come before them. By order of the President. HAMILTON A. HILL, Secretary. Boston, Nov. 8,1866. nol3flaw4w MILITARY ORDER. LOYAL LEGION, TJ. S. A STATED MEETING of Commandery No. 1. of Maine, will be held at the PREBLE HOUSE, Portland, on SATURDAY, Nov. 17th, at 3 P. M. Per Order, J. L. CHAMBERLAIN, Commander. Charles B. Merrill, Recorder. noBeodtd Family School at Gorham, Me. rillllS seliool lor boys lias boon recently established A by Rev. Geo. A. Perkins, formerly a missiona ry cf Ihe A. B. C. F.M. The situation is veryploas ant and accessible, and the number of pdpiis is lim ited. Ill) winter .session will commence on the C>th of December, and will continue 19 weeks. Applica tions should be made early. For particular.! address the Principal. References may be found in the Christian Mirror oc22—eod5w NOTICE. THE Ladies of the Frcodmen’s Aid Association and all others interested in the object, are requested to meet at the house of Mrs. II. N. Jose, on High St, Friday Afternoon, at 2 o’clock, to resume work. Per order of Committee. Portland, Nov 11—d3t Particular Notice. TTALUABI.E house lots Mr sale on lbc comer ot > Dccriugiiiid Hoary streets, Jlie moat desirable lots now hi' tlic market. Inquire of „ , „ . HANSON * DOW, Real Estate Agents No. 348 Congress St. Cy Houses and lots in difforenl partB of (lie city, sale cheap.__ scpl4d< t’ For Sale. OCnooNER Matanzas. H3 tons. CJ Scb. Lccsbnrg, 174 tons. Sch. Wm. H. Mailer, 193 tons. 1 Sch. Splendid, 5« tons, old measurement, all well found. Enquire of SAMPSON & CON ANT. I aug23 No. 81 Commercial Wharf. iNumflAttCb ATLANTIC Mutual Insurance Company! 51 Wait Si, cor. William, NEW YORK, January, lew;. Insures a^fainst Marine and Inland Navi ' gation Risks. The whole p)>lilts ot the Company revert lo the A&suvod, uiul are divided annually, upon the Premi ums terminated during tlie year; and tor which Cer tificates ate issued, bearing interest until redeemed The Dividend was 10 per cent, in eaeli ol tlie years 1863-4, and 5, and 35 per cent, in 14,66. The Company has Assets, fiver Twelve Mil lion Dollars, viz i United States and State of New-Volk Stocks,City Bauk andother Stocks, $4,828 585 Loans secured by Shocks and otherwise, 3,330 350 Premium Note- atm Bills Receivable, Real ’ Estate, Bond and Mortgages and other se curities, 3.650 025 United States Gold Coin, 8o’l60 Cash in Bank 310,560 *12,199,970 1 RUSTEES: Jol.n D. Jones, Win. Sturgis Charles Dennis, Henry K. Bogei t W. H. H. Moore, Joshua J, Henry Heury Colt, Dennis Perkins, Wm. C. Piekei sgill. Jos. Uallard, Jr Lewis Curtis, J. Henry Burgy’ Chas. H. Russell. Cornelius Grinned Israeli Holbrook, C. A Hand. R. Warren Weston, B. J. Howland Royal Phelps. Benj. Babcock,’ Caleb Barstow, Fletcher Westrav A. P.Pillot. Kdit. B. Minturu, Jr, Wm. E. Dodge, . Gordon W. Burnham Geo. G. Hobson, Fred’k Chauncev David Lane, Janies Low, James Bryce Geo. S. Stephenson, Leroy M. Wiley, Win. H. Webb Daniel S. Miller, Jtthn D. Jones,President. Charles Dennis, Vice-President. W. H. H. Moore, 2d Vice-Prest. J. D. Hewlett, 3d Vlce-Prest. J. H.Chapman,Secretary. Applications lor Insurance with the above named Company received and forwarded by John IV. HI uuger. Correspondent. aplldlmeod9m&-w6iv OFFICE OF TUI". Springfield Fire and Marine Insurance Company. Springfield, Itln**. September 15, 1866. To tlie Agents of the Springfield lire and Marine Insurance Company. Gentlemen The officers ot this Company take great pleasure in announcing to their Ageuts, patrons and friends, that by an unanimous vote of the stock holders, the capital stock of this company has been In creased to HALF A MILLION Dollars, all paid in CASH, and that the assets of the company arc $690,171,74; Capital, $500,000; Surplus, $190,171,74. Notwithstanding the frequent tires and the heavy losses sustained by insurance companies, THIS Com pany is able to show to its agents and patrons, such a list of assets and securities as to entitle it to a position in tlie front rank among insurance companies in this country— one worthy of the fullest confidence, and giving the most perfect securities to policy-holders. The policies in this company, furnish the most am ple indemnity to our customers, we ask in return good risks, au l adequate rates, tfnd we trust om many and faithful agents may in tlie future as in the past,' look well to our interests—enlarge and increase our busi ness, upon what shall prove a safe class of risks. Edmund Fr.EEMA?t, President, Chartered 1849, J. N. Dunham, Sec. Capital & Surplus $690,171,74, Ghas. E. Lane. Assistant Sec. We are Yours Very Truly, E. Freeman, President. J. N. Dunham, Secretary. Joliu li. Dow A Mon, Agentu, sep29-eodtf PORTLAND, MAINE, LN. Tvrouablcy, Geneva Insurance Broker, • would inform his many friends and flic public generally that he is prepar u < continue the Insur ance Busin gs as a Broker, and can place Five, Life and Marine Insurance to <*ny ..xient in tlie best Com* p nies in the United States.' All business entrusted to my c r3 shal be faithfu ly attended lo. Office at C. M. Kice’s Paper Store, No. 183 Fore St, where orders can be left. julllitf IITTAIa benefit lire INSURANCE CO. The numerous Policy holders in this popular Company, and the public generally^ are informed that its office is now established at No. 80 Commer cial street, in Thomas Block. WA RREN SPARROW, jut 19 State Agent. It York City. ‘ ’ Cash Capital.$300,000 “ Surplus.. 275^000 Total Cash Assets,. •. .. 575,000. The loss by this Company In the Portland iiro is about $28,000,or about one tenth of its surplus. All claimants lor loss' by the recent fire, who have riot ajrcadv received their money, are invited to band in their piooC without delay. Those wishing insurance in a Company, First CIa*s, in every re* Spect, atfair rates, arc invited to call at tiy oflice. No. 80 Commercial street, Thomas Block. jyi-'-J WARREN SPARROW, Agent. u l u l A L . Sparrow’s Insurance Office is this day removed from No. 80 Commercial Street, t o the new and commodious rooms NO. 06 EXCHANGE STREET, IN THE CUMBERLAND BANK BUILDING, where he is now prepared to place insurance, in all its forms, and for any amount, in companies second to no others on the globe, and on the Tnost favorable terms. I3r* Parties preferring first class insurance, are res pcctftilly invited to call. November 5,1SGG. dtf r^~*r ..... . m ——j. OHESTNUT STREET DRUG, MEDICINE, — AND — PAINT STOREZ Opposite the Methodist Church ! ' « HE Subscriber aince the lire of July 4Ui. has made a extensive liberations to his jlace oi business, and wiili an entire new stock of Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils & Dye Stuffs, oilers to the Country Trade, and the public generally, at the lowest market prices, at wholesale or retail, a good assortment oi the above named goods, among which are tht following: Paints, Oils &c. DrngH A' illcdiciues, White Lead, Cream Tartar, Linseed Oil, Magnesia, Varnishes, Epsom Salts, Venetian Red, Gum Camphor, Fiench Yellow, Gum Opium, Litbare, Morphine, Neat’s Foot Gil, Borax, Lard Oil, Castor Oil, Red Lead, Castile Soap, New York Green, Quinine, Lamp Black, liheubarb, Paris White, Saltpetre, Putty. farb. Soda, Vermillion, Sulphur, Spirits Turpentine, Gum Arabi.-, Albert Spirits, Arc. Cayenne, tire. Stuff*. i'amii lYi^ilic iaii vi. Ground Logwood, Ayer’s Sarsaparilla, Ground Redwood, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Ground 1? turtle, Ayer's Pills, Grouty! Camwood, Atwood's Bitters, Blue Vitriol, Jayne’s Medicines, Aliim, Pame Killer, Brimstone, Brown's Troches, Copperas, Fftrir Beuewers. Cochineal, Johnson's Linamenfc, Cudbear, Pierce’s Bitters, Madder, Soothing Syrup, Ext. Logwood, Peruvian Syrup fndJgo, Wright’s Pills, Ou \ itriol, Ac. Opedildoc, *c. Ill 1SCELL AXEOU§ ARTIC9JE*. Potash, Kerosene Oil, Arrow Root, Mustard. Cloves Nutmegs, Bee,wax, Corks, Bay Water, Canary Seed! l?ly Paper, Glue, London Porter, Rosin, Sponges Snuff, Starch, Trusses, Ac., together with a good as sortment ot * h am:y Cio»d» aud Pcrfuiurry, and every other article usually kept by a Druggist and Apothecary. Persons wishing to purchase arti cles at a fair profit will do well to call. _ SAMUEL itOIiFL.. 0cp22d2aw2in&weow n CHARLES STAPLES & SON, Iron Founders, Boiler Makers & Mach inists. rPHR 8ub8criber8 having rebuilt their Work Shops, X are now prepared to take orders for Machinery and lion Work of all kinds. Iron Store Fronts and Columns for buildings promptly furnished. STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, SAW AND GRTST MILL WORK AND GEARING made to order. Having able and experienced patt ern makers and new tools of modem design, can supply patterns with promptness an 1 at a moderate cost . Repairs of all kinds of Iron Work attended to with despatch and at reasonable rates/ Having a large and well equip ped Forge, can furnish forgings and sliapes of all kinds for Steamboats and Locomotive work such as Nhaft*, Frank*. Pi*iou Rod*. Car nili| Knginr Axle* and Shape* to pattern or draw ings, from 10 tons to 100 pounds weight. They are also Selling Agents for MERRIMAN’S PATENT BOLT CUTTER, the best MaSinT^er invented for the purpose, performing double the amount of work of any other now in use. FOR SALE, n :ti horse ji.wrr i.ocomo '<>'■ MOilrr with new tube sheets and new set of tubes, m hist, rate order, and warranted safe with a pressure of ton rounds to tho square inch. A NEW TEN HORSE POWER PORTABLE EN GINE, an excellent Machine, can lie seen running at our Foundry. ° CHARLES STAPLES & SON, Cor. Com. St. and Brown's Wharf, novlOe dSm Portland, Maine. ‘•Little Blue.” THE Winter session .if the Abbott Family Schoo will open on WEDNESDAY. Nov. 28th. "Twoorl three vacancies remain to be occupied. Apply to the Principal. „ ■ - „ , FDW. P. WESTON. Farmington, Nov 10.—<l£w2w ,0 Horses for Sale. AT the Horse Railroad Stable 10 or 12 low priced Horses. oc8eoil2m Dress Makings BY' the day, by an experienced Dress Maker. Ap ply at No 20 Sprucestrcet. nol3dlw* 9841. ESTATE. Huu..' and Lot lb* $1,000 IvjH SALE. Location central. Immediate pee* nolfldlw Opposite Preble House. KTORSale. Three story brick house on Danfort h I. Street. The house Is nearly new and In Abe or der. i mmediate posoesslon given. ju lift I . W. 0. CHADBOURNE. 17*011. sAJLE, in Uorharn, liiteen minutes walk F from the Depot, a neirly new, neat Cottage Rouse, Barn and outbuildings,having all thoconvcn iences and in prime condition. It is situated near a grove and a short distar.ee from the County read. Apply to J. E. STEVENS. Gorham, JulyA7. Two Houses lor Sale for $1700 Each, Ou Oxford street. Lots 33 by 7d foot. Also EjSISj tine lot corner Oak and Prospect streets, with i.taiiL >h*> dwelling bouse thereon; the lot is 80 by 90 leet; a tine location. Also good building lots on An derson and Cleaves streets on favorable terms. Ap ply to W. H. JERRIS, Real Estate Agent. novl0d3w House for Sale, mHE subscriber oilers for sale his Dwelling House X situated near the coi ner of Oxford and Will not Streets. It is a two and a half story House, thor oughly. built, nearly new, finished in modem style. It has a large cistern, and a good well of water. Ap ply io J. PENNELL, on the premises, or W. H. JERlilS, Real Estate Agent. uov3d2w* FARM FOR SALE, IN FALMOUTH. ABOUT six miles from Portland, and oue and a half miles from Falmouth station, containing about SIXTY ACRES with good Farm House, Bars, Ac., for $1300. Apply to T.E. HANSON, on the premises, or to JOHN C. PROCTER, no2deod&w3w* Middle street Portland. A Rare Chance lor Investment. THE ALBION HOUSE, on Federal street, adjoin ing U. S. Hotel, for sale. For particulars enquire of JOHN C. PROCTER. Nov 8—d3w Lois for Sale* Only 14 qeuts per Foot S FINEL Y located Lots on the Eastern Promenade, in Lots to suit purchasers. Also line Lots ou Congress between High and State streets, and on Deering street, iu Lots to suit purchas ers. Apply to W. II. JERRI8, Real Esuilc Agent, At Railroad Office, opposite Preble House. auglS—dtf House Lou. ELI GABLE House Lots tor sale on Thomas, Em ery and Congress sheets; one near the head of State street. W. H STEPHENSON, Portland. Aug 8.—dtf 2d National Bank. House Lota lor Sale. ON Stevens* Plains, near the Horse Railroad. Enquire of A. L. RICHARDSON, April 11—dtf On the premises. House and Lot for Sale. rpHE two story brick house and store No. 419 con X gress st, 25 feet front occupied only as a garden. For particulars enquireon the premises. aug7tl £ House for Sale, No 32 Myrtle Street. En quire at No. 8 Central Wharf. July 12—dtt ■VIOTICE. 1 will sell on favorable terms as to -i-X payment, or let for a term of years, the lots on the corner ol Middle and Franklin streets, and on Franklin street, including the corner of Franklin and Fore streets. Apply to \VM. HILLIARD, Bangor, or SMITH & REED, Attorneys, Portland. jyl2ti For Sale. The new FRENCH COTTAGE, and about • •! seven acres of land, situated on the Cape Cot LL Cage Itoad, in Cape Elizabeth. The house con tains fourteen rooms. Tlie sea view is unsurpassed. Enquire of \V. II. STEPHENSON. aug25-dlf Second National Bauk. MECHANICS’ HALL F O It SALE. PROPOSALS will be received for two weeks, for the purchase of Mechanics’ Hall, and the land under the same. Enquire of either of the undersigned. G. L. BAILEY, ) EDWIN CLEMENT, J Committee. H. M. HAliT, ). November 5,186G. d2w Tor Sale in Cape Elizabeth, a few rods across Portland Bridge, | Lot of Land 550 by lOO. Enquire at 8. B. Comming’s Store. | November 5,18CG. (15w* Valuable Hotel Property for Sale. j 11 'HE Oxford House, pleasantly situated in the vil X lage ol Fryeburg, Oxford county, Maine, is of fend lor sale at a bargain, it applied lor soon. Ihe House is. large, in good repair, wiili iurniture J ami lix'ures throughout, together with ail necessary | outbuildings. Tor full particulars inquire ol liO RATIO BOOTH 11V, _ „ Proprietor. ! Or Ha i son & Dow, 345 Congress st. j gryeburg, bep . i»j, I860. dtf For Sale. zl.l i XCitES yasiurage and woodland in West j brook. 1 Lot ol laud on Poplar street. Hou-e and land on Washing on sweet, j House and lot on Brown street. I House and lot on St Lawrence street. House on leased laud on Hammond sueet. Darius 1L Ingraham, __ ,,_ 113 Federal St., or \v. H. JERRIS, Real Estate Agent, under Luncas j ter_Ha^: _ __ oc22—d.i Valuable Building Lot NEAR THE New Park, for Sale. The Swedenhorgiau Church Lot, CONTAINING about 12,COO square feet, on Con t gress Street, just above Hampshire Stlcet, is of fered lor sale. A rare opportunity is hero oS'ere l lo any one wish ing to build in the vicinity of the Park. , Apply to either of the Committee. J. L. FERNALD, DAVID TUCKER, , T J. P. BAXTER. Or WM. H. JERRIS, Real Estate Broker, at Rail road Office, under Lancaster Hall. August 25, IfeCO. dtf For Sale i lot oi Land on the westerly corner cf Cou | X gress and Pearl Sts., irouting on Congress street I ab ur ill feet and o.i Pearl about hO feet. | ipplyto CHARLES E. BARRETT, ! At office Grand Trim < Railway Station, j Portland, Aug. lbCO. aughti Desirable Store Lots FOE SALE, OK C0 9IIIE itCIAl; STREET. j rpHE subscribers ofler for sale (lie lot of loud on j X the southerly side ol Commercial Street, head ol Likua’s Wharf, measuring Tl by 150 feet. Jfor fur iher particulars inqture Jt»NAS H. 1-EliUrY, j **et M tf_ or W. S. Jo ANA. loi ior sate. ONE of the best building lots in the citv. situated on the north side of 1 leering Street adjoining the ! residence of Gen. J. 1). Fessenden. This lot isslxty two feet trout on Deering street, extends back one ] hundred teet, and is bounded on the east side by a ! street fitly feet in width, making it a corner lot and ; very desirable. S. B. HEltSEY. i No. 4 Galt Block. Com. Street. | Oct 17 dtt First Class Houses tor Sale. vyr E offer lor sale the eight first class brick houses, >' recently built by us, situated ou Fine Street, beiwocu Claris and Carletou Streets. These houses are thoroughly built, with slate roofe, brick drains, and marble mantelpieces throughout.— They will be sold at a low price, and on very favora ble terms. Apply at our oflice, No. 271 Danfurth St. J. is. BilOWN & SONS. October 1C, 18GC. dtt HOUSE AND LOT' lor sale at Cape Elizabeth Ker ry,—house nearly new. Enquire ol A.P. COLE at the Ferry, or W. H. M ANSFELD. Portland Steam Packet Co.___ jui 11 dtt Valuable Bial Estate ou Elm St. FOE SALE. A POllTION of Ihe “DAY” Estate on Elm Street. . comprising over 2b00u loci of land, together with Brick House*, stable «&<*. This property is lo cated on Elm and Cumlierlaml streets all susceptible ol improvement, and has a front on Elm street of 2h2 teet. The above properly is otljfrcd. for sale cither in por tions or collectively, ou liberal terms. Apjfy to I autfJO— If JOHN C. iitoCTOK. A Good Uon»€ Tj>0B SALE. The well built and pleasantly located X square house No. 14 Monument Street, built and uow occupied by Mr. G. Mark. House contains suit parlors, setting-room, iliiiing-room. kitehen and five good sleeping rooms. Fine cellar, in which is a well ot good water. The lot is 50 by 90 leot. Good spuee lor another bouse. Apply to W. H. FEllRlS, lJeal E&tuie Agent. Sept, lrt—-dtt HOUSES FOR SALE—House corner ol Congress and Merrill streets; also, House adjoining (be 3ao.e, with 10,000 leot4f land. This lot will ij; di vided to suit purchasers. Terms easy and made known by applyih: to W. W. Can, at W. A. Durans Clothin Sto. e, foot of Exchange stree . jul!9-dtt Farm tor Sale. 1W1LL sell my liinu near Allen’s Cornet' West brook, about throe Biles ttom Portland, one tulle from horse cars, uud Westbrook Seminary. Said ihrm contains about 100 acres, part of it very valuable lor ullage, and part ol it for building lots. There is a good house, two large barus. and out hous es on the premises. It will be sold together, or iu lots to suit purchasers CTltUS TIIUKLOW, sepll-dtt___ 1C5 Commercial St. For Sale. About ••WO feet Water and (ias Pipe. 2 u. 5 inch cs duimeicr. Also about. 15 tons damaged Nails, Hinges and Bolts, and 2 to S bins Window Weights, seventl sizes. All wishing stock of above description will please call liefurc purclia-ing elsewhere. ... ,o . WOODMAN x LITTLEJOHN, scp2l-d2m _ 28 Oak Slreel. Portland, Ait For Lease. JHE valuable lot of land corner ol Middle and Plumb Streets, for a term of years, inquire , . _ C. C. MITCHliLL & SON, Aug. 28, lb€6—dtt 178 Fore Street. For Sale. THE Schooner C. F. Young, 214 tons burthen— woll found iu Sails, Anchors, Chains, &c. For terms enquire of SAMPSON & CONANT, nov 7 diiw Nos. 19 and 20 Commercial Wharf. m* NrtTK KB. cii't To the Electors 0/ Ward Six In said Ottv PURSUANT to ft wan ant from tlio Mayor and Al dermen df the Chy ofPortLlml, tile inhabitants ot Ward Six m aal.l City, qii»lili.-<l to tote In the elec tioii of City officer*, WlU meet In the Ward Room oil Siiring Street in »aid Ward, on Tuewlay the twentieth day of November Instant, at ten o’clock tn the fore noon, to give in their votes for an Aldermau tor the remainder of the present Municipal year, in place of Aid. Southard, resigned. The polls to remain open till four o’clock In the af ternoon when they shall be closed. The Aldermen of said City will lie In session in Me chanics' Hall ft ora nine o’clock in the forenoon to one o’clock in the atternoon, on each of the three secular days next preceding such day of election, for the pur pose of receivlngevidence of the qualification of votors whose names have not been entered on the list of qual ified voters in and for said Ward, and for correcting s&id list. By order of the Mayor and Aldermen. J. M. HEATH, City Clerk. Portland, Nov. 9, 1866. novlOdtd City of Portland. Tbeasubeb's Office, August 28. lew. BO\l»*i issued by the Citv for Municipal purpos es, in Minis of iB.kOO mid 1,000, on ten ami twenty years tame, arc for sale at this office. IIENRV P. LORD Sep 1 edtf City Treasurer. '■ 1....j... 1 ■■■ " ■— Daily Press Job Office, 179 Commercial Street. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF BOOK, BARD, & JOB PRINTIM, Executed with Neatueaa and Despatch. Having completely refurnished our otlice since the Great Fire, with all kinds of New Material, Presses, &c., we are prepared on the short est possible notice to accommodate our friends and the public with Posters, Programmes, |BI LL-HE ADS, CIRCULARS, Cards, Tags, Blanks, Labels, And every description of Mercantile Printing. We have superior facilities for the execution ot BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, Catalogues, &c., Which tor neatness and dispatch cannot be surpassed. Orders from the country solicited, to which prompt attention will be paid. Daily Press Job OlUce 179 Commercial St., Portland, N. A. FOSTKR, Pkopbietor. ’ Fancy Goods! Fancy Goods! Bowen & Merrill, JOBBERS OF Hoop Skirts & Corsets, GLOVES .A_nd Hosiery ! Hand and Machine Made WORSTED GOODS! Such as Nubias, Hoods, Sontags, Breakfast Shawls, Scarfs, &c Together wltli a largo assortment of lOIAIil. WARES, All of which we ofler at the Very Lowest Market. Prices l Nov 2—Klim - FAIRBANKS’ PREMIUM STANDARD SCALES ! ADF of the best materials, in the most thorough . manner, and receiving Constant Improve ments, under the supervision ol THE ORIGINAL INVENTOR. Every variety, as Hay, Coal, Railroad, Plattorm and Counter. Druggists', Confectioners’, Butchers’, Grocers’, aua Gold Scales, Beams, Spring Balances, &c, for sale at our WAREHOUSE, 118 MILK STREET, BOSTON, MASS. Fairbanks, Brown & Co. Agents for sale of Tilton & McFarland's Celebrated Safes. White’s Patent Nloney Drawers, and Crci son’s Has Regulator*. For sale in Portland by no 1 (13m Emery, Waterhou^c & Co. Jackson’s Catarrh Snuff! ELEGANT TROCHE anil SNUFF Combined tor Coughs, Catarrh,Bronchitis, Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma, Had Breath, Headache,Ac. Instantly relieves annoying Coughs in Church. Cures Catarrhs positively without sneezing. Valuable to Singers, Clergy, &c., clears and strengthens the voice § act- quickly; tastes pleas antly ; never nauseate*. Prevents taking cold from Skating, lectures &c. Sold by Druggists or sent by mail Fn Jose 35 cts to Hooper, Wilson & Co., (sep Liieodti unel 8’67) PHI L ADE L PHM. W. W. WHIPPLE, Portland,Wholesale Agt. Help! Help!! Help!!! riHIE most reliable place in New England to get X good nfale and female help, is at the General Agen cy and Employment Office, No. 351 I-’A C'ougvrss Street, Portland, Me. The subscribers respectftilly inform all parties wishing to secure good girls for any respectable employment, that through their extensive advertising throughout the Provinces and in New England, there are arriving daily at their office num bers ot good American and Provincial girls, wanting situations in private tamilies, hotels, boarding houses and saloons. Also in stores, offices, &c., and as house keepers, nurses, seamstresses, &c., &c. All those wanting any such, will do well to apply soon, with their fee, fifty cents. If you want men. also, for any employment, we will supply you, free of charge, Only let know you want them. Gy’ The firm is only changed In name. Mr. Whit ney could not come, and Mr. Cox lias conducted the business alone until the 1st ot October^ when he took Mr. Powars into the business with hint. The firm now is COX & POWARS, Late Whitney & Co. Portland. Me.. Nov. 1, 18G6. dtf Men’s Grloyes At 293 Congress St., Morton Block, Charles Custis & Co. novll—-d3t Portland Post Office. ON and after MONDAY, Nov. 12th, 18C6, Western Mails close at 8.00 A. M. and 1.40 P. M. Due at 12.40 and 7.40 P. M. Eastern Mails close at 12 M. Bangor and Grand Trunk Mails due at 2.00 P. M. Kennebec Mails due at 2.15 P. M. Portland & Rochester close at 6 A. M. and 1 P. M Due at 11 A.J1- and 5.30 P. M. Country Mails close at 6 A. M. Due at 5.30 P. M. nov9d2wW. DAVIS, P. M. Portable Steam Engines, CCOMBINING the Maximum t.f efficiency, dura / bdity and economy with the minimum of weight and price. They are widely and lavorably known, more than 41041 being in use. All warranted satis factory, or no sale. Descriptive circulars sent on appllcati n. Address I. C. HOADLEY & CO. La whence, Mass. Nov. 6, 1806 3md. Boots, Shoes and Rubbers manufactured of the best material and workman ship, at prices as Low un tlie Lowest, - AT — CHAS. A. HACKLE FF & CO.’S, NO. 116 HilDOI'B STREET. novlZcodsrwtf opposite the U. S. Hotel. Notice to Land Solders, MR. O’DUROCHER, Jtuihlcr, js prcjwtred to take _ contracts for building, cither by JOB or by WORK, ('an furnish First Class workmen I and material of all description. Residence, AMERICAN HOUSE. India Street, Portland. August 17tli, 1806 aug20—tf •TKAXVISRS. •**■-*- • International Steamship Do. (k,/M A Eastport, Oalato and Bt. John. FALL AJtRANGFMFNT TWO TRIPS PER WEEK. On anil artct Monday, October let, the steamer NEW BRUNSWICK, Capt. E. B. WINCHESTER, and the eteamer NEW ENGLAND, 'Capt. E. FIELD will leave Kail Road Wharf foot of state Street every MONDAY and THURSDAY, at 5 o’clock P. M for East port and St. John. RETURNING, will leave St. John and Eastport, same (lays for Portland and Boston. AJ Eastport the Steamer QUEEN will connect tor St. Andrews, Robblnston, Calais and New Brunswick, Railway to Woodstock and Houlton Stations, and stage Coaches wiU connect for Maclilas. Charlottetown, P. E. Inland, and Pictou, N.S: also m th®.,steI“n«r Empress for Windsor and IRUitaa, every Tuesday and Friday evenings, and for UWXVIeiy,.**°nil1y and Thursday nmSp. Freight received ondavsof sailmg until 4 o’clk P’ C- C. EATON, _Agent. PORTLAND AND NEW YORK STEAMSHIP COMPANY. SEMI-WEEKLY LINE. The splendid and fast Steam ships D1KIUO, Capt. H. Sher wood, ami FRANCONIA, Capt. W. \V. Sherwood, will, until further notice, run as follows: Leave Brown’s Whart, Portland,every WEDNES DAY and SATURDAY, at 4 P. M., and leave Pier 38 East River, New York, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 4 o'clock P. tf, These vessels are titled up with fine accommoda tions lor passengers, making this the moat speedy, sale and comlortablc route tor travellers between New York and Maine. Passage, in State Room, $6.00 Cabin passage $5.00. Meals extra. Goods i or warded by this line to and from Mon treal, Quebec, Bangor, Bath, Augusta, Easlpoitand St. John. Shippers are requested to send their lieight to the steamers as early a* 3 P. M. on the day that they leave Portland. For freight or passage apply to EMERY & FOX, Brown’s Wharf, Portland. J. F. AMES, Pier 38 East River. May 20,1805._ dtl FREIGHT FOR THE SOUTH AND WEST. Boston and Philadelphia Steamship Line. The Steamers ROMAN, SAXON, and ARIES now form the line, and a steamer leaves each por EVERY FIVE DAYS. From Long Wbar, Be ston,. .at 12 Af. From Pine St. Wharf, Philadelphia,.at 10 A.M Freight for the West forwarded by tbe Pennsylva nia Railroad, and to Baltimore ana Washington bj Canal or Railroad, freed commissions. For freight, apply to WHITNEY & SAMPSON, Nov 22—dlyr Agents, 70 Long Wliart, Boston. FARE ftEDUCED_TO BOSTON. Summer Arrangement! Until lurtlier notice tbe Steamer* of the Portland Steam Packet Co. will run as follows * Leavo Atlantic Wharf for Boston *eve»y evening, (except Sunday) at 7 o’clock. Leave Boston the same day* at & P. M. Cabin tare,.$1.50 Deck,.. 1.00 Package tickets to be bad of the Agents at re duced rates. Freight taken as usual L BILLINGS, Agent May 22nd, 1866—dtt AUTUMN ARRANGEMENT! daily” link BETWEEN PORTLANDS PENOBSCOT RIVER ■ The splendid .'-ea-going Steamer LADY LANG, Capt. A. Whitmore will leave Railroad Wharf, foot of State street, Portland, every i Monday Wednesday and Friday evenings at 9 o'clock. Returning, will leave Bangor every Monday, Wed nesday and Friday mornings at 6 touching at Hampden, Winterport, Bucksport, Belfast, Camden and Rockland, both ways. For freight or passage please apply to A. SOMERBY, Portland, Oct. 1C, l$6f. at Office on Wharf. HOTELS. WINTHROP HOUSE. Bovrdoiit Street, BOSTON. The undersigned has recently thoroughly renovat ed and refitted this establishment and will hereafter conduct it for the accommodation of the Travelling Public. Country merchant, visiting Boston will find the Winthrop House singularly Quiet, Convenient and Central, it being within five minutes walk of the principal buisiness portions of the city. iV Tcnu. 9.1.00 per day. | octl7—dim* n W. F. DAVIS. ^JPARKS HOUSE, 1:®| 187 Washington Street, i Near the Head of Milk Street, B O S T*Q N , THE undersigned would respectfully state to the citizens ot Portland and the East generally tnat they have leased the above well known Hotel, and having made improvements in the same, are prepar ed to entertain them in tlic best manner and at rea sonable prices. Merchants from the country ard Travellers gener ! ally, will find a pleasant home at the PARKS HOUSE (luring their sojourn in the citv. Terms : $3.00 a day, including meals and lxom.. T. B.ArJ. HrBAND, S. G. Fish. Clerk. Proprietors aug29d3m UNITED STATES HOTEL, PORTLAND, MAINE, fTtHc subscriber, recently Proprietor of the COM L MEECLAL HOUSE, (which was destroyed in the great fire.) begs lo announce to his old nations and the public that he has leased the above hold and will open for llio accommodation of the public gener al lv. on Saturday August 11. Thankful to his old customers for past patronage, lie would solicit a continuance of the same. TERMS FAVORABLE. rtiigiKMim N. .7. DAVIS. IMPORTANT to LUMBERMEN Owners of Hemlock Lands l THE AMERICAN PATENTED IMPROVEMENT TANNING COMPANY, of Now York, own the exclusive right in tie United State* for the manufac ture of an imperishable “EXTRACT” from Hwnlocl; Bark for tanning purposes. This Bark Extract is now extensively used among Tanners, nnd the de mand for it rapidly increasing. It commands a ready sale In the Boston, New York aiul Philadelphia mar kets, at sixty cents per gallon. The appliances for manufacture are simple and not expensive, costing but little more than the ordinary leaches used byTan ners. By this process, two coras of Bark may be re duced so as to concentrate the entire strength into forty gallons of extract, without in the slightest de gree injuring its tanning qualities, and at a cost not exceeding one dollar per cor«h The saving in freight alone, between the transportation of the Extract and the bark, frill ranee from six to eight dollars per cord, so that any one who may get out but three hundred conls of l ark per year, may save from two thousand to twenty-live hundred dollars in the difference in freight. The Company does not propose to sell Territorial rights, but will grant exclusive privilege to manufac ture in certain localities, charging* small royalty per gallon on the amount manuihctnrod. The Company will send competent men to superin tend the construction of the works, where parties de sire to enter into the business, and to instruct in the manufacture of the Extract. As a guarantee of success to parties cute ling into this business, the Company will contract to lake all the Extract manufactured under their process at fifty cepts per pallon,»!; livoiod in Boston or New York. * Partita ,n , P'.ig'ana desiring further informa tive i.r; i.) tei 4i.. may call upon or address Mr. Thomas \V. d -..jn, General Agent of the Com pany. at the American House in Boston, where mod els ol the apparatus mav be seen, nov 13 d3m S. H. KENNEDY, Pres’t. HALL’S ELASTIC Horse Shoe Cushion! (Patented May 1st, 1866.) Pievcuts snow and ice from adhering to the shoe or hoof of the horse; prevents lameness, in tender or sore-tooted horses: keeps gravel and sand from get ting beneath the shoe; prevents the horse from inter fering, and in fact is invaluable in all respects. Every horse should have them. Send for circulars, or call and see samples and judge for yourselves, at princi pal office ot Elastic Horse Shoe Cushion. gT-p N. B. No State, County, or Town right* for _c:__septS—d3m Muskets,_M uskets I ROOn Pcrcuwiisi Smooth bore in good order. . For sale singly or bv the Case. Price $1.25 m American Currency. WILLIAM KEAT> * SOW, IS Fan.nil Hall Uqnnrr, BOSTON. Nov 3—d&w3w _ Portland Horticultural Society. Tlltl annual meeliiiso* the A’orrlautl Iiwrricintnr nl Society stands ivijoumed •o SATC ROAY AFTERNOON. November 17th, at odufk, at the office of T. C. Horsey, Esq., corner ot Commercial and Union streets, when officers tor the ensuing rear will l>e chosen, and such other lawmi business transacted as may be deemed neoweary. novl2d»d3. B. BEOKETT, Secretary. To Rent, WAREHOUSE oil Custom House Wharf. In quire of LYNCH. BARKER & CO., novldtf 139 Commercial street. (UIMtOAP*. h ^ *T|n' i ' " 1,“ * '1 ^ -i©.. #*. S. <£ j*. tiaUrwd. NOTIC11. FphK Express Trains between PoMland and Bu» »T l<’V.t ™*™i Portlap.l at 6.00 and BuHat) at 7.00 P M- ”tu tw discontinued alter SiitiirtlHy, the 13tH Inst. ty 'Oh flrldafte rM olid ay, 15th, the Evening Trail* j£adtf So5 as'nowntn.111 ^ Porll*,"<J at °M’ U*' PortiaoJ, Oct B, I860._ F' PORTLAND 4 ROCHESTER RjT. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. ■jtSMfrttaiii, ®.n a“0 efter Momlay. April SO 1 sod ffl|B5®itr»Jns will leave aafollun,: nCKTcB^To River lor Portland at !i 30 and 9Of) a. u. Leave Portland for Saoo River at 7 lo a a a ol) .a 1 515 P K. • lho aoo p. u train out and the a n tram ifu Portland will be freight trains with i.aasenaer cars attache! IS^Stages connect at Gorham fur West Gorham Blandish, Steep Falls, Baldwin, Denmark, beha -o’ Brldgtou, Lovell, Hiram, Brownfield, Fryibnri;’ Conway, Bartlett, Jackson Limlngton, i.*oiniih,V. r. ter. Freedom, Madison, and Eaton. N. C At Button Center for West Buxton, Bi nny-Fsi,ls. South Limingtou. Limingtou, Limerick, Now tu i 1, Parsonsflold and Ossipee At Baccarappa for South Windham, Windham Hit and North W indham, daily. Bteain Car and Aocomndatiou traius Wil’ruu ss iol “l*3:'Leave Gorham for Portland at S00 A fc.ainl coop. a. Leave Portland for Goriiam.tl.2 lo p. a. and * p. a. , ,, . By order of the Presidem Portland Amil 2*. isrs^dtf Portland SACO 4 PORTSMOUTH R. K. WINTER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Muuday, Nov. 14th, I8Gi, CBaggm- Passenger Trains leave Portland tor i«ltf“”MPPB«*»on at 8.10 A. M„ and 2.20 P. M. Leave Boston lor Portland at 7.3(i A. ,M.,aud 2. SO P . M . ,dJLABOKtlt’8 Train will leavu Buideford daily, Sundays excepted, at 0 A &1. and Saco at 6.U8, arriving in Portland at C 4o Returning, will leave Portland for Saco and HM detord and Intermediate stations at 5.88 p M A special freight train, with passenger car attach ed, will leave Portland at 7.10 A. M. for Saco and Bidtleford, and returning, leave Bidrlelord at 8 80 and Saco al 8 40 A. M. FRANCIS CHASE. Sunt. Portland, Oct 29, 1866. lioldtl' GRAKU TRUNK liAILWAl, Ol C'anudu. Alteration of Trains. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. rragggtgr-i On and after Monday, Nov. 12,1800 MBM^afctrainR will run a* follow*:- ’ * Train for South Paris and Lewiston, at 7.40 A. AL Mali Train for Watervllle, Bangor, Gorham, 1 eland Pond, Montreal and Quebec at 1.10 P. M. This train connects wiih Express train for Toron to. Detroit and Chicago. Sleeping cars attached from Island Pond to Quebec and Montreal. Train ior South Paris at &00 P. M. No baggage can be received or checked after (he time above stated. Trains will arrive as follows:— From So. Paris, Lewiston and Auburn, at 8.10 a. si. From Montreal, Quebec, &c., - - 1.4ft p. j*. The Company are not responsible for baggage to any amount exceeding goo in value (and that person al) unless notice is given, and paid for at the rate of one passenger for every $500 additional value. C. J. Bit tDUES, Mcmoijiny Director, n. BAILE T, Local Superintendent. Portland, Nov. 2, 1800. dtf POhTl AND 4 KENNEBEC R. fh WINTER ARRANGEMENT, Coiumeuclng Monday, Nor. IHtb, 1866* r*aMSfkfl81 Passenger Trains leave Portland daily tMPPfd at 1.00 P. M., ior Bath, Augusta, Wat ervillu, Kendall’s Mills, Skowhegau, and intermediate Stations, (connecting at Brunswick with Androscog gin K. K., for Lewiston and Farmingtou, and at Kendall’s Mills with Maine Central U.lf.l for Banger and intermediate stations. Fares as low by this route as any other. Leave Portland tor Bath, Lewiston, Augusta and intermediate stations on Saturday only at mG P. M. Mixed Train leaves Portland for Brunswick and in termediate stations daily, except Saturauy, at 5.30 P. M • Freight Train, with passenger car attached, will leave Port’and for Skowhegan and inte mediate sta tions every morning at 7 o’clock. Trains from Brtinsw ick and Lewiston are due at Portiaud at 9.20 A M., and from Skowhegau and Farmington and all Intermediate stations at 2.00 P. M. to connect with trains for Boston. Stages for Rockland connect at Bulb; and for Bel fast at Augusta, leaving daily on arrival oi train from Bos on, ieaviug at 7.30 A. M.; and for Solon, A noon, Xorrid^.wock, Athens and Mooee Head Lake at Skov begun, an<! for China, East and North vassal boro’ at Va salborn*; for Unity at Kendall’s MLTf, and for Canaan at Pishon’s Ferry. \V« HATCH, Superintendent. Augusta, Oct. 27, 1866. novl2dlf MAINE CENTRAL K. R. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. smon On ami alter Monday,November 12th, '■ 'i#—‘itir-f nmnt. tialn. will have Portland ftr Unngor and all intermediate .latn n on this line, at 1.10 V. M. daily. I’or l.ewlsti.n and Anlmrnonly, at 7.40 A. M. £3/ 'Freight train, for Watervilioand all interme diate station., leave Portland at6.2r> A. M, Train irom Bangor is duo at Portland at 1.46 P. M, In season to i ouneet with train tor Boston. From Lewiston and Auburn onlv, at s.10 A. M. EDWIN NOYES,Supt. Nov. 1,1866 noodtl Great Reduction in Fare TO THE W E & T ! No Combination! OPPOSITION TO MONOFLY / Fare $8,00 Less Than by any other Route, from Maine to all Poiuts West, via th: Grand Trunk Railway I Or $3 Less via Br.gtou, Buiialu & Detroit. THIS Company would respect fully inform their patrons ami the public, that they ate determin ed not to be coerced Into any combination of Rail Roads, lor advancing Rates either to or from the VSest. tirmly believing that all such compacts are in direct opposition to the interests » f the public, from whom they expect patronage and support. FARE TO DETROIT $14, DETROIT AND RETURN ONLY Y26 And corresponding low rate, to all Western Point*. Ey Time less than by any other route. Baggage checked through, and no Hacking in crowded cities. Further particulars ma- be obtained at all Grand Trunk Ticket Offices in New England, D. H. BLANCHARD, Agent. cl9d4w Union Ticket Office, 282 Congress st. Important to Travelers LITTLE A CO's ! Western Railway Ticket Office! Market Square, UHIIER L VN'l'A4TKR It VIA, (P.VBrlNQrOS’s 9KLOOS ' p HE subscribers)laving resumed the Agency Itchieh A thice the great hre hit* been suigeiuied) lbr the sale of TIIHOlJ4.II TICKETS -TO Tilt West, South and North- West sire prepared to furnish passage tickets at THE I.OTTKMT BOSTOW R ATES DY ALL THE Popular and Host Expeditious Route*! via Rail or Sfonmer to B4»9to>', (bouoc via the New York Central, Pt nnsylvaniii Central, Erir and Baltimore Sc Ohio Railroad*, TO ALL POINTS SOUTH OR WEST/ 537“ All Traveller's will Hnd it greatly for their ad vantage lo procure tickets at this offi. e, or at T» Commercial Street, (C> Stairs.) FOR CALIFORNIAl Passage Tickets by the gflDunierss-iiling item Now York on the 1st. 11th anti 2i»t of each month, may w secured. by early application to w. D. UTILE & CO., Ageuto. September 3, lfcCO. dAwtl j Hill CcngTes.1’ St, FaMlaiitl. Maine. L. B FOIXETTE. hosier r Aim gloves, i HOOP SKIRTS AND OORSETS, Ladies’& (Children’s Underflnnnels, . WHOI ESAFE AND liF.TATL Mar 16—dtf A. COBB «£• CO,, Sucauort to F. P. and M. T. Retford, at Mrt. M J. Nit-holt, U. S. Hotel HAVE received a lot of Tretouaae, best quality Kid Gloves. Also Zephyr Wors"T», Sltppetx Ho.vl», Hoalery, ladles’ Under Vesta, Coraeta, Lin en Set'». Pj*l>* “d emb. Hdkfe., Mnaliu and Cam. Edgings, brew Buttons blether with all articles »"““V found in a Bret class Fancy Goods Store. Ti eir triends and the public are invited to call and examine them. nov 7 gp I; ig^j.