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COPA»TNK»»HIF. _____
Copartnership Notice !
New Provssioii Store.
HP HE subscribers have this day £^£art"
I nershin under the name of vl? &
keiCjHTOH, for the transaction of Provision &
Country Produce Business, and have taken tho Store
No. 394* ('«M4|r«‘MN Sired, recently occupied by
Mr. Wiu. M. WISWELL, and hope by strict atten
tion to business and fair dealing, to merit aid! secure
a fair share of patronage.
EDMUND WINSHIP.
ANDREW LEIGHTON.
Portland, Nov. 12, 18CC. nuv 22 03tv
Copartnership Notice !
UTIL have tliis day admitted Mr. C. H. ALLEN to
our firm and the business hereafter will be
conducted under the firm name of
CORNISH; ALLEN <t CO.,
At ihe Old Stand
Mo. 300 Conjrrees Street.,
wn. COBNISfe & co.
Portland, Nov 19, 1866.
CORNISH, ALLEN A CO., j
Will continue tbe manufacture of
Custom Tin Ware!
We shall keep on hand
A SELECT STOCK OF
Hardware Sc Cutlery, j
Kitchen Furnishing Ooods, Japaued
Britannia, Wooden and Plated
Ware, Arc., &c.
Jobbing and Repairing done to order. Cash paid 1
or Goods exchanged for all kinds of barter. no22dlw
Copartnership Notice.
riigg k undersigned have this day formed a Coparf
X nership under the firm of
WEBB & FOGG,
and have purchased of AT,BERT WEBB Sc j
CO., their Stock and lease of Store
IIEAD OF MERRILL’S WHARF. |
for the purpose of transacting a wholesale C.rn,
Floor nail Brain business. '
STEPHEN H. WEBB, I
JAMES L. FOGG.
Portland, Nov. 5^1866. _ _ noSdlm
The suhscribM's having disposed of their stock in
trade to Messrs. Webb A- Fogg, would recom
mend them to their former patrons.
All persons having business with onr firm will
please call at Ihe Counting Room of Messrs. WEBB
* FOGG, Head of Merrill’s Wharf.
ALBERT WEBB & CO.
Nov 8—cllm _
Copartnership Notice.
THE undersigned have this day formed a copart
nership in business under the name of
UP IIA HI & ADAMS,
For the transaction of a general Cima ission Bum- j
r.ess, and have take the Store and Counting Room's
lately occupied by Messrs. E. E. UPHAM & SON,
head of RichavdutTs Wharf. Liberal advances
made, and con ignments solicited.
E. E. UPHAM.
octddtr _CHAS. H. ADAMS.
Copartnership Notice.

rpHE undersigned have tliis day formed a co
X partnershp under the style and firm of
Morgan, Dyer & Co.,
And have purchased of Messrs. LORD & CRAW
FORD their Stock and lease of store
No. 143 Commercial Street,
For the purpose of transacting a general wholesale
business in
JF. I. Goods, Groceries, Flour and
Provisions,
fly Consignments of Cooperage. Lumber, Country
Produce, A ., solicited, and shall receive personal
and prompt attention. A. P. MORGAN.
J. W. DYER,
J. E. HANNAFORD.
Poland, Sept 10,1*66. sep25dtf
Copartnership Notice.
THE undersigned liave this day formed a copart
nership under the name of (tBrion, Pierce &
Qq., for.the purpose of doing a wholesale Flour and
Grain Business, as successors of L. & E. A. O’Brion,
No. 152 Commercial street, and hope by strict atten
tion to business and fair dealings to merit and re
ceive a fair share of patronage.
Lewis O’Brion,
Edwin A. O’Brion,
sep 4d3m n Marshall Pierce.
Copartnership Notice.
THE subscribers have this day formed a copartner
ship under the style and name o
CARTER & DRESSER,
For the purpose of carrying on the Publishing, Book
selling and Stationery Business, at
170 Fore At, near the foot of Exchange At.
EZllA CARTER, JR
A. L. DRESSER.
Oct 15, 1866 oc26eod£Wlm
Leach, Parker & Co.
Would resi»ectfiilly invite purchasers of
nil V GOODS!
to call and examine their
GOODS AND PRICES
before making their selections. We have one of the
best stocks of
Fall and Winter Dry Goods
Ever opened in this eity, and we feel confident that
our prices will be found to compare favorably with
those of any other establishment.
We have in stock a beautiful line of
Dress Goods
of every variety, such as
BEAUTIFUL COLORED ULKg,
PLAIT AND FIOC’D BLACK SILKS,
KICK SILK AND IVOOI. POPLINS,
PINK ALL WOOL POPLINS,
PI.AID A- STRIPED IVOOI. POPLINS,
BL ACK ALPACCA,
COLORED ALPACCA,
TKIBETS in nil shndcs, Ac., Ac.
We have also a fall line of
Housekeeping Goods !
Table Linens, in bleached, half bleached anil brown,
Bleached and Brown Covers, Napkins and Doylies.
English Toilet Quilts, Manchester, Lancaster and
Bates Quilts. •
BLANKETS I
all qualities, very cbc&p.
Domestics, Hosiery and Gloves !
FLANNELS !
A complete assortment. And a full stock of
Beavers, Pilot Cloths, Broad
cloths, Tricots, Tweeds,
Doeskins and Cassimeres
both Plain and Fancy, and all at the
LOWEST CASH PRICES !
We would also call special attention to our fine se
lection of
CLOAKS
—AXD—
CLOAKING MATERIALS
every description, which we are able to ftirnish at
WHOLESALE OB RETAIL,
Having engaged some of the best Cloak makers in
the city, we are prepared to manufacture
I NDIES’ CniLDRfiH’
«
Outside Garments
at short notice and in all the newest styles.
NO. 5 DEERTNG BLOCK,
CONGRESS STREET.
__ oet2S __dtf
Free to All!
A BEAUTIFUL CARD PHOTOGRAPH sent free
to am- one. Address '‘PHOTOGRAPH” Lock
Box 5087, Boston Mass. aug 24-dCm
Sold Out.
"VETE would recommend our former patrons to oui
T ▼ successor, E. M. THOMPSON.
* oclSdfan* Hanson St Swell.
■* *-»•,-,jr4HwwpyJV«*»»ir *'
intDira.
'^uitBEMr
Wholesale and Retail.
BOARDS, Planli, Shingle. and Scamling of all sire*
conatautly on hand.
Building material sawed to order.
ISAAC DYER.
auglUf No. iij Union Wharf.
threat Inducements
FOB PARTIES WISHING TO BUILD.
fflHE subscribers offer for sale a large quantity of
L desirable building lots In the West End of the
city, lying on Vaughan, Pine, Neal, Carlton, Thomas,
West, Emery, Cushman, Lewis, Biamhall, Monu
; men!, Dan for l h. Orange a ad Salem Streets,
i They will sell on a credit of from one to ten years,
| ll deslreu oy the purchasers. From parties who
i build immediately, no ca bh pa vmeNts required.
Apply at the ottice o the subscribers, where full
l>artfcu1ara may lx- obtained.^ BRQ^ &
Portlaud, 31 ay 3, 1863. ma 3tt
BCHITtiPTUBE A ENGINEJKKlNtw.
Messrs. ANDERSON. BONNELL if CO., have
made ai rangements with Mr. STEAD, au Architect
of established reputation, and will in future carry on
Architecture with their business as Engineers. Par
ties intending to build are invited lo call at their
otiice, No, 306 Congress street, and examine eleva
tions and plans ot churches, banks, stores, blocks ot
buildings, $rc. j 12
WM. H. WALKER,
241 COMMERCIAL STREET,
Foot of Map?e Street.
General Agent lor the State for
H. W.JOHNS’
Improved Roofing,
For buildings ol all kiDds. CAK and STEAM
BOAT DECKING. ROOFING CEMENT, for coat
ing and repairing all kinds ot roofs. PRESEKVA-.
TIVE PAINT for iron and wood work, Metal Koolb,
&c. COMPOUND CEMENT, foi repairing leaky
shingled roots. BLACK VARNISH, for Ornamen
tal Iron work &c. Full descriptions, c rcular, prices,
See. tUrnished by mail or on application at the office,
where samples and testimonials can I e seen.
scp12dtf _
IVotice Extra !
ANDERSON & €0.,
Have Removed !
TO THEIR NEW STORE
333 Congress Street,
AND HAVE OPENED THE
BEST ASSORTMENT
- OF -
DOOP SKIRTS
-and
CORSETS
EVER OFFEHED TO THE
Ladies of* Portland I
The Prices will be such as to
Defy all Competition.
Ladies, wine and see our New Store,
Our Ikcilitiea for purchasing in quantity and manu
facturing are such that we can guarantiee a
Saving of Twenty per Cent.
TO THE BUYER,
ON ALL GOODS WE SELL!
Come and See and be Convinced!
•y Uind mt our New Store and yo« will
be Honey in Pocket.
ANDERSON & CO.,
333 CONGRESS STREET, 333,
ABOVE CASCO.
Nov 17—dim
Brick Machines!
The uudersiened manufacture
Blake’s Patent Brick Machines,
and bolieve them to be the best Brick Machine in use
tbr several r. asons; 1st, thel,- simplicity of construc
tion, rendering them sure in Iheir operation, and not
liable to get out of repair; 2nd, the amount ot work
rlone by each machine daily, and finally, the low
price tor which they are sold.
These Machines are the only ones used by (he Bay
State Brick Company of Boston, in their extensive
Brick Yards where 330 M are manufactured in a day
by each machine, turning out 12 M in about eight
hours.
We also manufacture
Blake’s Patent Steam Pumps,
one 01 which was used to teed the boiler in the late
Mechanic's -Exhibition, and received a Medal. The .
Committee of Examination sav ot it, (hat he ar
rangement ol the valves is such, that the steam is
always in communication with the piston in one end
or the othei of the cylinder, which renders it certain
and positive in itsoperation.
GEO. F. BLAKE & C0.,
seplidSm_ 14 Province St. Boston.
“THE PEN 18 MIGHTIER THAN
THE StrOBD.u
The Gold Pen-Best and Cheapest of Pen?.
Morton’s Gold Pens 1
The Best Pens in the World!
For sale at his Headquarters, No 25 Maiden Lane,
New York, and by every duly-appointed Agent at the
same prices.
SS" A Catalogue, with full description ot Sixes and
Prices, sent on receipt ot letter postage.
no20d&w6m A. HORTON.
JOHN KINSMAN
DEALER IN
G A M
FIXTURES
—AT—
25 Union St.,
PORTLAND.
Aug 20 dtf
CALIFORNIA CHEAP JOHN
335 Congress Street,
RESPECTFULLY invitee all to cal! and exam
»ine the large and assorted stock of
CLOTHING !
HATS AND CAP SI
Boots, Furnishing Goods !
CUTLERY, HOSIERY,
YANKEE NOTIONS, Ac., Ac. ,
Which will he sold Cheaper Ilian the Cheapen!.
A. NEfVBIAN.
Portland, Nov. 22, d3w
North Yarmouth Academy,
-AT
Yarmouth, Maine.
THE Winter Term will commence Dec 3.
For particulars enquire of E. S. HOYT, A. M.,
Principal, or
no22eo»Uw2w48 JAMES BATES, Sec’y.
Bridgeton Academy.
THE Winter Term of this Institution will com
mence Tuesday, December 4th, and continue ten
weeks.
C. E. HILTON, A. ML, Principal.'
J’o- Bridgeton, Oct. 27,18CB. no 15d2aw£ w3 w!7
“Little Blue.”
THE Winter session of the Abbott Family Sclioo
will open on WEDNESDAY, Nov. 28tli. Twoorl
three vacancies remain to be occupied.
Apply to the Principal.
EDW. P. WESTON.
Farmington. Nov 10.—osw2w 1C
I HAVE FOUND
The place to buy Whips and Cigars, cheap at whole
sale and retail.
LEE & STEBBINS,
360 Congress Street,
Is the place.
THEY W ABB ANT
all goods as represented. Don’t forget the place. Sign
ot the Indian Queen. n septl8d3m
DAVIS, Baxter A Ca.. Galt's" Block, Nojl
Commercial St. jul 13eod3m
MERCHANDISE*
$8. CHEAP COAL l $8,
ITTE can now offer nice CHE8TNITT COAL
> * at #*.00 per tot), delivered at any part of the
city. Also lor salo at tire lowest market price,
Old Co. Lchigli,
SUGAR LOAF LEHIGH,
For Furnace*.
For Ranges and Cook Stoves, John’s White
Ash, Diamond, Rrd Ash, which are Itee of all
impurities and very nice. Also Cumberland ! A
cargojust landed, fresh mined, for Blacksmith use.
Lehigh Lump, for Foundry Use!
*Wc keep constantly on hand a full assortment of
Choice Family Coal. Those wishing to pur
chase large lots will do well to give us a call before
purchasing.
HARD AND SOFT WOOD
Delivered at any part of the city at short notice.
Randall, McAllister & Co.,
No. 60 COMMERCIAL ST.,
oc25drt n Head of Maine Wharf.
deduction in Coal!
The undersigned will sell tlieir McNe&l Lehigh
Coal from this date until further notice at
$ lO per ton of 2000 lb* delivered.
I Also now unloading a cargo of Locust Mountain
Coal which they offer for
!*9 per ton of 2000 lb* delivered,
PERKINS, JACKSON di CO.
oelj-dff n High .Wharf, foot of High Street.
Forge Coal.
NOW landing from s. lir. John Ci'ooker, 363 tans
prime CUMBERLAND COAL, l'l in I lie Midland
mines. It is fresh mined, ofexlra siicoglh, and .HPI
the article lor heavy work.
Also the usual variety of Anthracites, viz:—
j.Kiiiun—Harloigh, L.'hlgh Nav. Co’s. Hazelton and
Sugar Loaf.
Wiuti: Abu—Locust Mountain, John if and Broad
Mountniu.
Red Asii—New England &c.
JAM MS 11. BAITER,
scj>14dtfRichardson’s Wluul.
Coal, Coal, Coal.
JUST RECEIVED and torsale by the undersigned
at their Wharf,
Cor. Franklin Win.if & Commercial St,
275 Tods Hazelton Lelilgh,
BROKEN AND EGO SIZE.
300 TONS LOCUST MOUNTAIN
EGG AND STOVE SIZE.
300 TONS LOBERY,
Free burning and VERY PURE, and all kinds
White and Red Ash Coal.
These Coals are of the very best quality, and war
anted to give satisfaction.
Also, 500 cords ol best quality of HARD and
SOFT WOOD, which wc will sell at the very
lowest prioe and deliver it to any part ol the city at
short notice.
ty Give us a call and try us.
s- R0U"^ * sow.
COAL, COAL, COAL,
-ABB-1
W O O I> \
GEO. GILMAN & CO.,
Head Union Wharf \
HAVE taken the stand ionuerly occupied hv the
CONSUMERS’ MUTUAL COAL CO., and are
now prepared to furnish the different varieties ol
COAL AND WOOD!
OF THE BEST QUALITY,
Delivered In any part ot the dr which vre will ael!
at the LOWEST CASH PRICES. We are new dis
charging from vessels Red Ash, Egg and Stow, free
burning and pure: While Ash, Egg and Stove Also
Lehigh, of the difierent sizes, for tiimai c and stove.
Our Coals are kept under cover, screened and de
liverod in the best possible manner. We intend to
spare no effor on our part to please those who may
patronize ns with their orders.
June II—dtl
WOOD! WOOD I WOOD!
The subscribers has just receiveda lot of good
NOVA SCOTIA WOOD t
and intend to keep constantly on hand the various
kinds and quality to offer their customers at the low
est cash price.
HEAD TTNION WHARF,
SIMEON SHURTLEPP & CO.
,f 2-dtt
Southern IMue Lumber
■\N7~E are prepared to execute orders for SOUTIi
▼ ? KRN PIKE LUMBER, by the cargo, deliver
ed with dispatch at any convenient port.
McullLVKIir, RYAN & DAVIS
April 17—dtf 361 Commercial St.
Saint Louis Flour ! !
CHOICE New Wheat Family Fiour oi the most
celebrated brands.
T. Harrison & Co-.
Plants. Caglf,
Brilliant XXX,
Dictator,
Tropical,
Auiaranto,
Whitmore,
FOB SALE BY
Churchill, Browns & Hanson
augrdtf
FURNITURE
—AT—
REDUCED PRICES
FOR THE NEXT
SIXTY DAYS
The undersigned w ill sell from their
EXTENSIVE STOCK
-*OF -
Furniture
GREATLY REDUCED RATES
-FOR
CASH.
George T. Burroughs & Co.
octmtf
aai
Congress
St, '
Portland,
Maine.
- 4
L. B. FOLLETTE,
HOSIERY AND GLOVES,
HOOP SKIRTS AND OORSETS,
Ladies’ & Children’s Underflannels.
WHOLESALE AND TtETATL.
Mar 1(5—fit/ _
Wholesale Millinery!
JOHN eTIpalmer,
Has removed to Store No. 31 Free Street, np
stairs, wlierc lie is prepared to oflfer
A CHOIOJi STOCK
S * r n w fi t» o tl s ,
AND MILLINERY! .
AT SATISFACTORY PRICES !
JOHN E. PALMER.
Portland, Sept 10. dtf
miasuAnotn,
Ten Day s««>N ovember 33d, I860.
-- — -—-—
Casco Street Church*
CFOSIA'G of ddy GOODS
FOR TEN DAYS!
Ouc Price and No Variation!
DRY . (X O O D B
MARKED DOWN!
E. X. fClden &c Co.,
In order to reduce their Stock previousto removal to their NEW STORE NO. • VRi'RMT
now offer to the trade their entire assortment 1 ■ '*
FOR TEN DAYS !
At a great re.lueti.ru from their forme, LOW PRICE*. Bargains may l>e expected in Rich and T.ow
Priced
DRESS GOO D S.
Flannels, Under-Clothing, Cloaking*, Shawls and White Hoods!
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
MOURNING GOODS).
IN OUR HOUSEKEEPING DEPARTMENT
May ire found at astonishingly LOW PRICES, Blankets—all si<es and qualities: Foreign and Amer
ican (guilts; Table Linens of every description; Bleached and Brown Sheetings, Crashes, Tickings, <Sc.
®“A BIG BREAK in the Prices of Moscow Beavers, Chinchillas, THcots all colors Cassfmarea
Black and Fancy Doeskins, Tweeds, Cashmcrerts, Satinetts, &c. ’
SEWING M^-CtllNTES.
fly* A Full Assortment at alltimes ot the Celebrated GROVER & BAKER, Manuiactnring ani Fami
ly Sewing MacbiBes, and Machine Findings, at Manufacturers’ Prices. Everv Machine Warranted to give
satiaiaction, *
E. T. £LDEN & CO.,
ONE PRICE, VESTRY CASCO STREET CHURCH.
100 Dozen Brunei's Balmoral Skirls, Vein Much Under Price.
Oct 20—dtf
KI1KBAU & CO.,
Upholsterers, Decorators !
Manufacturers of Furniture,
AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
4
Upholstery Goods,Looking-Glasses, Mattresses
Feathers, &e., 1
Liberty Tree Block,
460 and 464 Washington Street,
BOSTON.
Oct 20—<12m
HEAVY CROSS FIRE I
BUT
NOT OUTFLANKED !
THE ENEMY
Twice Repulsed.
jr. F. LANfi,
105 Federal Street,
HAVING resumed business again, has in store a
good assortroeirt of
Crockery,
Glass Ware.
Table Cutlery,
Silver dated Ware,
Lamps,
Lamp Trimmings.
A portion of these Goods were saved from the fire
of Oct 9tli, and will be sold at
Reduced Prices!
Tabic Cutlery Slightly Damaged !
At Less than Cost!
I am constantly receiving
JVE W GOODS!
Which will be sold Wholesale or Retail as low as can
be bought elsewhere.
UNION BURNING FLUID!
No Smell or Smoke—cheap a* Kerosene and will
bum as long.
Patent Metalic Top Chimnies!
A NEW ARTICLE.
Nov 22—dlw&eodlw
JOHN T. HMAJLL & CO
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Salt Provisions, Groceries,
COUNTRY PRODUCE,
NO. la LIME STREET.
Highest Cash Prices Paid far Country
Produce.
Consignmentb will receive Prompt Attention.
We take pleasure in informing the trade that we
have resumed business at Store No. 12 Lime street,
where we should be pleased to receive customers to
any good9 in our line. We offer goods at the
LOWEST MARKET PRICES,
and shall constantly endeavor to make it the interest
of customers to purchase of us.
JOHN To SMALL & CO.
Portland, Oct. 25,18G6. octdOdlm
ORGAN
A>'T>
Mtilodsm
MANUFAC
TORY
No. 15
Chestnut
. PORTXAJJD,
Me.
WILLIAM P. HASTINGS
IS now prepared to attend to tho wants of his former
patrons and customers, and the public generally
The suiKjrior character of his instruments, especially
his
UPRIGHT ORGANS,
which in st yle of finish resemble the upright Piano, is
too well known to require an extended notice. lie
will keep on hand a full assortment of instruments ot
lire
Most Approved Styles and Patiems,
- AND AT -
Price* Within the Rrnrh of All !!
and trusts that the superior excellence of tone, as well
as tho excellence ol his workmanship, may, as here
tofore, cowuicud him to the public lacor and pat
ronage.
September 17. ItCG. eod&wtt
SPECIAL NOTICE.
WM. C. DUNHAM, whoso ability and energy
are well known, respectfully Informs the people
of this city that he is prepared to clear ont rains,
clean out and dig cellars in a manner and at a price
that will certainly he ratisftictory, hv the day 01
special contract. Refers hv permission to A. W. H,
Clapp, Esq, John Mussey, Esq, Jas. Todd. Esq, M. G.
Rainier, Esq, W. H. Fessenden. Esq.
Address or call, WM. C. DUNHAM, Mussey*!
Row, or 77 Free street. oc2Sdtt
Patent Bronze Metal Sheathing!
MANUFACTURED BY THE
New Bedford, Copper Co.
IN the manufacture of Yellow Metal Sheathing, it
has been the universal practice hitherto, as if still
Is with other manufacturers, to immerse the sheets,
after all rolling is done, in an acid bath. The effect
sought, and obtained, by this process, is to give the
metal the line yellow color to which It owes its dis
tinctive name.
But this effect is, of necessity, attended by results
injurious to the metal. The hard and highly polish
ed surface, formed on the sheets by successive heat
ing and cooling and the action ol the rolls, is re
moved, and a surface left in its stead—bright, indeed,
but rough, pimpled and unequally corroded, and con
slderakly softer ban the surface removed.
No one can doubt that any given sheet of sheath
ing metal must be better with a hard, smooth sur
face than with a softer and rougher surface.
This improvement in the art of sheathing ships has
been ecuredby Letters Patent ol the United States
to the New Bedford Copper Company.
The composition of this metal is exactly the same
as that ol the yellow or Muntz metal, the sole differ
ence being in the turfoce finish. It is believed that
this is very important and will add months to the
wear ot the metai.
The Bronze Metal is sold at the s ime price as Yel
low Metal.
Samples and a mote particular description at the
office of
McGilvery, Ryan & Davis,
Agents ot the New Bedford Copper Co.,
161 Commercial Street*
BSP Suits of Yellow or Bronze Sheathing Metal de
ivered at any convenient port. june4dtr
Lea Ac Perrins’
CELEBRATED
Worcestershire Sauce !
PRONOUNCED BY
Connoisaeura
To be
The “Only
Good Sauce!”
And applicable to
EVERY VARIETY
OF
PISH.
EXTRACT
of a letter from a
Medical Gentleman
at Madras, to his
Brother at
Worcester, May, 1861.
“Tell Lea & Per
rins that their Sauce
is highly esteemed in
g“ iia, and is in my
nion the most pal
ble as well as the
st wholesome
Sauce that is made.”
The success of this most delicious and unrivaled
condiment having caused many unprincipled dealers
to apply the name to Spurious Compounds, the pub
lic is respectfully and earnestly requested to see that
the names of Lea & Perrins are upon the Wrap
per, Label, Stopper and Bottle.
Manufactured by
EKA &- PEKRINS, Worcester.
John Duncan’s Sons,
,,.REW YORK, Agents for the United States.
ocl7dly
Notice.
THE undersigned having purchased the Bakery.
&c., of Mrl' R. Kent, util continue the
BAKING BUSINESS
AT THE OLD STAND,
NO. lot FORE, COB. VINK STREET,
Where we shall be haapy to see our old customers,
and as many new ones as may favor us with their mt
r°Octobcr 1, I860, dtf & SMlrf*
mend them to his former patrons, being assured that,
from their well known reputation, they will continue
the business acceptably.
And he will take this opportunity to gratefully ac
knowledge the many favors bestowed upon him by
ms patrons for many years. J
October 1,1866. dtf BEUBBN KENT.
SHORT & BORING,
' Booksellers & Stationers,
31 Free, Corner Center Streets,
Have on hand a full supply of
Law, School, Miscellaneous and
Blank Books.
STATIONERY OF ALL KINDS,
Gash, Post Office and Envelope Gases, Let*
t‘r Presses, Pen Backs, 4c.
we have jiim redeved from New York a full supply 0|
PAPER HANGINGS,
New tastlerns and Choice Styles.
DRAWING PAPER OF AM, SIZES.
Give us a call.
„ JM»or» A- I.oring,
JyOGI-f -.1 Free. Comer Center Slice
Another Change of Base !
Back to the old Middle St. Stand !
Boots, Shoes and Rubbers
—AT—
OLD TIME PRICES!!
O. M. ELDER
Begs leave to infirm his friends, customers an*l the
public generally that having rebuilt his store at
IVO. 99 HUDDLE STREET,
j®PreP*T®d to wll at prices lower than the low
Rubbere'ac^ 69 descriptions of Boots, Shoes,
Repairing done its heretofore, and all description of
work manufacture# to order. nov22dtf
Confectionery Saloon for Sale.
OriT ATED on Factory Island In tho town of Saco
k}—has a jtood run of traslc—is well fitted up for Ice
Cream, <Sc., and also for a Dining or Lunch Saloon.
Apply to
M1TCHELSON & RICHARDS,
... on the premises,
nov 14 dtf 58 Factory Island, Saco, Me.
ITS EFFECT IS
MIRACULOUS.
The old, the young, the middle aged unite to p raise
HALL’S
VEGETABLE SICILIAN
HAIR RENFWER.
It is an entirely new scientific discovery, combining
many of the most powerful and restorative agents
in the vegetable kingdom.
We have such confidence in its merits, and are
so sure it will do all we claim for it, that we offer
$1,000 Reward
If the Sicilian Hair Resewbb does not give sat
isfaction in all coses when used in strict accord
ance with our instructions.
HALL’S
Vegetable Sicilian Hair jjenewer
has proved itself to be the most perfect preparation
for the Hair ever offered to the public.
It is a vegetable compound, and contains no
injurious properties whatever.
It is not a Dye, it strikes at the Roots and fills
the glands with new life and coloriug matter.
IT Will RESTORE ORAT HAIR TO
ITS ORIGINAL COLOR.
It will keep the Hair from falling out.
It cleanses the Scalp, and makes the Hair
SORT, LUSTROUS, AND SILKEN
IT IS A SPLENDID HAIR-DRESSING I
No person, old or young should fail to use it.
It is rectnamended ana used bu the FIRST MED
ICAL AUTHORITY.
Kg’— Ask for Hall’s Vegetable Sicilian
Hair Renewer, and take no other.
The Proprietors offer the Sicilian Hair Re
newer to the public, entirely confident that it will
bring back the hair to its original color, promote its
growth, and in nearly all cases where it lias falljn
off will restore it unless the person is very aged.
R. P. HALL St CO. Proprietor',
Nashua, If. H.
|gp* Sold by all Druggists.
M. *## T. */ T. *#* I.
MITIGATOB .
Uic attention of nil (on ncwcom
▼ f pound, never before miere.l to the American
people. In r .urarsi tu this medicine we shall sav but
little. Its cures arc too unmerous, au i its nunliiics
aie too well known. Since its discovery its cures in
chronic as well as acute cases, is proof smiicicut to
tnous.mas who luye used it oi its power and superi
only over all medicines now known in Amcricu. for
the class of diseases that it is calculated to cure.
Mans]!eld’s Vegetable Mitigator
Ih entirely iliticiciii and unlike any oilier iirciwralicn
in existence, and only re^uirei) ;i trial to prove il xvoi
tuyof the liigli recommendation vve claim fcrit. Pro
pared only by
OK. W. F. HIAXHFIEI.D, l'oillna.l, Me. >
PRICE 25 AND 50 CENTS,
General Agency aud Manmiictory No. 27 Green St.
Portlanil, Me.
MANSFIELD’S VEGETABLE M1TIGATOR
MANSFIELD’S VEGETABLE MITIGATOli
MANSFIELD'S VEGETABLE MIT1GATOR
MANSFIELD’S VEGETABLE MITIGATOR
Cures Diphtheria, or Throat Disease; Bronchitis;
Khcnnutesm; Pains in any form; Pain. Swelling ami
Stillness ot the Joints; Pain or Lameness in the
Back, Breast or Side. Ore.. Ac.
Ill Fevers, 1 anker, Rash, Measles,Tcver and Ague,
its virtue is experienced to admiral ion, especially
among children. It cures Cholera, Crumps, old Ul
cerous Sores, Sores exposed to suit water, Sprains,
rlosii wounds,Dysenlerry,Diarrhea. I ml animation oi
the Bowels. Neuralgia. Colds, Tooth Ache. Burns,
rams In tlie Stomach, and ah morbid conditions oi
the system.
For internal and external use. it is, in fact, the
most eticctual family Mediciue now known in Amcr
l5a*__ ___ aug22 eodxwCm
f > O L Ii I I¥ N A f. I It K K V,
-It) At the old stand oi E. Dana, Jr
. APOTHEO ARIES,
Deering Block, Corner oi Congress and PieMe Sts.,
PORTLAND, ME.
Foreign and Domestic Drugs, Chemicals, FTnW Ex
tracts, Toilet * vtides, Perfumery, and Fancy Goods.
Physician’s prescriptions carefully prepared, cither
by day or night.
Air. Charles B. Greemeai, who ras rer, ai this
stand lor a number ot years, will remain as prescrip
tion clerk sepil-eod&wtt
GREGOR MDNZEL’S
RATENT REVOLVING
FIRE AND BURCiltAR PROOF
DOUBLE CYLINDER
S AFE !
THE advantage of this Fire and Burglar Proof
Safe consists in its peculiar construction. The
most serious objection to Sates heretofore in use, has
been their liability to destruction by tailing from
heights, and tlie impossibility of rendering the doors
impervious to heat; particularly in large safes, where
the door is double; and, in fact, the whole front of a 1
square safe is door. These ami other objections ap
plicable to the present mode of making safes, are ob
viated by this patent, by constructing it in a cylin
drical shape, with convey tops and bottoms, thus se
curing the greatest possible strength; and, by mak
ing the interior to revolve upon pivots, bringing a
smooth, impenetrable surface of iron entirely across
the outer gening, with no inlet or seam.
Between this inner compartment and the outer
cylinder, is an air chamber, extending completely
arouml, leaving no connection between the two
structures but the pivots upon which the interior
cylinder revolves. These advantages are manifold;
but we call attention to a singular feature of the in
vention; it is, that the inner safe is moveable, and
when the outer door is opened, the sunace of the lat
ter presents an appearance that indicates that.the
whole safe is a solid mass.. The signal importance of
this thet is evident; for when the inner sale is unlock
ed and made to turn, its door is immediately exposed
to view, when the com]>artcnents for books, drawers
and pigeon holes are exposed. Tlie frame which con
tains them is also moveable, and revolves upon piv
ot®; so that, when pushed around, brings another sc
ries of divisions for T>ooks, drawers and pigeon holes
to the band; thus it is double the capacity of square
safes. Not only does this system present greater re
sistance to fire, but, for the reason that the sheets of
iron cannot part from tlie filling, ami of there being
no contact of the inner with tlie outer surlaco, (ex
cept at the pivots, where the filling is male purpose
ly thicker,! but the bulging front of the interior sur
face, without orifice when turned, is equally proof
agoiest burglars.
The contour of thij sate is more symmetrical and
durable than the oblfetyio, is.susceptible oi higher or
namentation, and is, from the very nature of the case,
easier of transportation, as it can be rolled about like
a barrel or a hoop.
LIST OF PRICES.
No. 1.—Outside diameter 24 inches, heighth 30
inches, $200.
No. 2.—Outside diameter 30 inches, heighth 36
inches, $300.
No. 3.—Outside diameter 36 inches, heighth 48
inches, $400.
gy Prices subject to change in the market.
A. E. Stevens «£• Co., Agents,
146 COMMERCIAL STREET,
_scpMeoJG _PORTLAND.
N E W GOO irs T
P. B. 1'Jl OST,
Merchant Tailor,
3321-2 Congress Street,
Has just received a line lot cf
FALL fiOO)t)N
Suitable for the season, which will be made up in
the most thorough manner. sept in—cod
C.i.GA TLOUJD~'
„ Jt(iENT FOR
Lillie’s Patent Combined Wrought ami
Chilled Iron
SAFES, VAULTS,
COMBINATION LOCKS,
Anil Wrought Iron Firr-Proof Nnfr.,
NO. <1 CONGRESS SQUARE,
oct3eod3m BOSTON.
OR O CE R 8, ATTENTION!
JOHN K. ABBOTT Hr fO.’S
CORN CAKES, COCOA-NUT CAKES, GINGER
AND LEMON SN.VI'jj,
Ami ■ Other Fnnry Cuke, iu Fain!
Constantly on hand and tor sale by
.TOMIAII BOSTON,
solcodlm* ' Ume street, opposite the Mark'd.
Portable Steam Engines,
COMBINING the Maximum cf efficiency, dnva
bility and ccon my with the minimum i ( wei-iu
and price. They are widely and lavorabiv kimnu
more than WOO brine In use. All watrnnied saiis
factory, or no sale. Descriptive circulars sent or
application. Address
J. C. HOADI.EY A CO.
„ Lawefsi'K, Mass.
Nov. 6, 1866 3tnd.
M. ft A. P. DAMUXft
OFFEK for Bale the balance of their goods save*!
from the late fire, at reduced price*. Silk Vel«
▼et* in all colors. Also a variety of f'fcmk nml
Dress Trimminyn. No. 13 Casco St. oc27ood4w
•n U1H7 O '*
| HimCAJU
! The Eye, Ear, Catarrh
— A3*D —
rT*i R OAT.
THE
CLAIR VO I ANT!
AND
Eclectic Physician !
From bl8 Broadway, Kew Vork, lias returned to
Poitland, and can be consulted at her oltico, No.* 11
Clapp's block.
CVriilimit's of ( urt *.
This is.to certify that I have been cured of Catarrh
in the worst, form, by Mrs. Manchester. I have been
to Kow York and Boston, have paid out. largo sums of
money, and was never bcuotitted, but in most all cas
es made worse. 1 saw Mrs. M. in June. Shu told me
my ca*o was u bad one, tho tula's in five throat and
upper parts of the lungs had become very much af
locicd, alt ot which 1 knew was the case. I com
menced taking her medicine it: June, and can truly
say that I am now a w ell man. I am a trader, and in
the habit cl talking a great deal, and Iter Curing me
v.ii) be the means of hundreds ot dollars in my pock
ets, as now 1 etui talk without hurting me. (lo and
ton suit her, and you will b p, nectly satisfied.
S. II. Su t iiENs, Behind, Me.
BanUOK, May 15, lrt&.
Mrs. Ma.noilLbTKB-*l)ciH’ Madam:——\VUeii you
were iu Bangor lust summer. 1 called to see you with
a fluid of mine that bad been aide tor four year?;, t
bad taken her to a number of physicians, and mmo
could tell w bat ailed her or even her symptoms. You
examined her case, and tohl me exai’Uy her symp
toms from tho commencement of her sickness, which
wore very peculiar; ai**> told me tuat there was
something alive in lie*, and also said lucre was a num
ber of them, and told me that slio drank them from a
rain-water cistern. Von said that you would not
warrant a cmc, but would try and do the N«t you
could for her. She comimiu i i taking your medicine
in August last, and from that time until December,
the child ban passed ott* Inigo quantities of what we
call Tadpoles, from ruin-water, and 1 think, and am
certain that the child muf-t have died had it not been
for you. And I advise everybody to sec Mrs. Man
chester, for 1 know that she has the power of know
ing the condition of a person disease l better than any
peysidan thut 1 have ever heard of. My child is now
perfectly healthy. Please have this published, and
mt the world know that there is one who practises
what they profess to.
Very truly and grateftillv yours,
George 15 Martin,
Mary L. Martin.
JDK. J. B. HUGHES
CAN BE FOUND AT HIS
PRIVATE MEDII’Ah ROOMS.
Jo. 14 Preble Street.
ill’ Itic 1*1-4 blc IIount,
f\THEUE he can be consulted privately, and with
f i the utmost rontidoiuu by tb« afflicted, at
hours daily, and from 8 A. M. to n I\ M.
Dr. II. addresses those who are culturing under the
affliction of private diseases. whether arising from
impure connection or tiie r. rribic vyco of self-abuse.
Devoting his entire time to that particular branch of
the inoLLrai profession, he fuels warranted in Guar
anteeing a Cure in ali. Cases, whether of long
standing or recently eontrocted,entirely removing tho
dregs of disease from tbe system,.and making a por
ted and PERMANENT CUKE.
He would call the attention of the afflicted to the
fact of his long-standing aud Well-camad reputation
furnishing sufficient assurance of !us skill and suc
cess. ^
Caution to the Public.
Every intelligent aud flunking person must know
that remedies handed our for general use should have
their efficacy established by well tested experience in
tlio hands of a regularly o lucfi.cd phisician, whose
preparatory studies lit him for nil tho duties ho must
fullil; yet Hie country is hooded with poor nostrums
and cure-alls, purporting to bo the best in the world,
which are not only useless, but always injurious.
The unfortunate should be lurricti ak In selecting
his physician, as it is a lamentable yet incontroverti
ble fact, that many syphilitic patients are made mis
erable with ruined constitutions by maltreatment
from inexperienced physicians in general practice; for
itisa point generally coucedcd by the best svphilogra
phers, that the btifdy and management of these come
plaints should engross the whole time of those who
would be competent and successful in their treat
ment and cure. 'I ho inexperienced general practi
tioner. having neither opportunity nor time to inak
hiinself acquainted with their pathology, commonly
pursues one system of treatment, in most cases mak
ing an indiscriminate use of that antiquated and dan
gerous weapon, the Mercury.
II:ivc Confidence. •
All who have committed an excess Qf any kind,
whether it be the solitary vice of youth, or the bring
ing rebuke of misplaced confidence in mariner years,
SEEK FOB AN ANTIDOTE IN SEASON.
The Pains and Aches, and Lassitude and Nervous
Prostration that may follow impure Coition,
are the Barometer to the whole system.
Do not wait tor the consummation that is sure to fol
low; db not vrr.lt tor Unsightly Ulcers, tor
Disabled Limbs, fbr Loss of Beauty
and Complexion.
Hon VIany Thousand* t'mi Testify lo This*
by l’nlia,>|iy Kxprrirncc!
Young men troubled with emissions in sleep,—a
complaint generally the lesult 01 a had Lain’ in
youth,—treated scientifically and a perfect euro war
ranted or no cliaigc made.
Hardly a day pa.-ves but wo arc consulted by one or
more young men with the above disable, some of
whom are as weak and emaciated as thorn'll they had
tlio consumption, and by their friends are supposed to
have it. All such cases yield to the proper and only
correct course of treatment, and in a shoi t lime are
made to rejoice in perfect health.
yi ijldlr-A ged .Iffcn.
There arc many men of the age of thirty who are
troubled with too frequent evi.cnations from the Mad
der, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burn
ing sensation, and weakening the system in a man
ner the patient cannot account iov. (M \aniining
the urinary deposits a ropy .sediment will often bo
found,and sometimes small panic!* s of ocruen nr al
bumen will appear, or the color will be of a thin milk
ish hue. again changing to a dark and turbid appear
ance. There are many men who die of this dilllculty,
ignorant of the can9e, which is the
SECOND STAGE OF SEMINAL WEAKNESS.
I can warrant a perfect cure in such cases, and a
full and healthy restoration of the urinary organs.
Persons who cannot personally consult the Dr.,
can do so by writing, in a plain manner, a descrip
tion of their diseases, and the appropriate remedies
will be forwarded immediately.
All correspondence strictly confidential, and will
be returned, if desired.
Address: Dll. J. B. HUGHES,
No. 14 Preble Street,
Next door to the Preble House, Portland, Me.
Ifr* Scud a S*aiup for Circular.
J'lectio Medical [njirmary,
to the; ladies.
DR. HUGHES particularly invite? all Ladies, who
need a medical adviser, to call at his rooms, No. 14
Treble Street, which they will find arranged for their
especial accommodation.
Dr. H.’s Electic Renovating Medicines are unri val
id! in efficacy and superior virtue in regulating all
Female Irregularities. Their action is specific and
certain of producing relief in a short time.
LADIES will find it invaluable in all case? of ol»
sfructions after all other remedies have been tried in
vain. It is purely vegetable, containing nothing in
tlie least injurious to the health, and may be taken
with perfect safety at all times.
Sent to any part of the cnnntrv. with full directions,
by addressing ' DR. HUGHES,
No. 14 Preble Street, Portland.
N. B.—Ladies desiring may consult ono of their
own sex. A lady of experience in constant attend
ance. jnnl.U&Ml&w.
CHEROKEE ~P ILLS,
Or l< male Itrpuhiior,
Cure Suppressed, FtcAbire and
Fainful Menstruation, Green
Sickness, Ntt'vons and Spinal Af
fertiems, Fains in fie Ji,u k, ±i<k
Ueadache. Gidd\ne*% ami all dis
eases that spring from Irregularity,
by removing the cause and all the
effects that arise from it. They
are perfectly safe in all cases, ex
cept when forbidden hi/ direc
. tions, and aic easy to administer,
1 as they are nicely sugar coated.
They should be in the hands of
i every Maiden. Wife, and Mother
F in tho land.
' Ladies can address us in perfect
confidence, ami state their corn
piaints in iun, ns we treat an rcmaie v ompmmts.
and prepare Medicines snitable for nil diseases to
which they aro subjeet.—'Thirty-two page pamphlet,
in a scaled! envolope, free.
'the Cherokee rills are sold by all drngfrlsts at ft
per box, or six boxes for $5; or they are sent by
mall, free of postage, in an ordinary letter, free
from observation, by addressing the w>le proprietor
Dr. W. E. MERWIN, 87 Walker St., N. Y.
N. B.—Cherokee Fills No. 2 aro prepared for
special caw, when milder medicines fail; these
ore sent by mail, free of postage, ou receipt of |£s
the price of each box.
Dr. WRIGTIT’S
REJUVENATING ELIXIR,
Or, Essence of Eife,
" An the Phints rinen
from the a»he$ of in
fire, animated toith
veto life"—<ro doer
thin Elixir rejuven
ate the eyetom and
overcome means*.
t ures fi everal De'> titty, neat
ne**, Hyntoric* in female*.
Palpitation of the Heart and
all Henson* 'Di*ea*e*. It re
stores new life uttd vigor to the
aged, causing the hi*t blood of
youth to course the veins, res
toring the Organ* of Irtnero*
tion, removing fmpoUnoy and
Debility, restoring Manline**
and full rigor, thus proving n
oerleet “ AVrrir of re
moving o(C“V**V•u«l uurnnup.v m uuih h'*m. io
tlio young, middle-aged, and aged, there is no greater
boon tlmn this ** KlTxtr of Life.*’ It gives n new
)ca*e of life, causing the weak and debilitated to
have renewed strength and vigor.
Price, one bottle #2; three bottle* $.*<; sent by
express to any address.
Our medicines are sold and recommended bv nil
respectable druggist* in every part of the civilized
globe i some unprincipled dealers, however, try to
deceive their customer* by Selling cheap and \v«*rui
leas compounds in order to make money. l»e net
deceived—ask for them medicines and take no
others. If tho druggist does not keep “u ‘u* * ’ [**
to us. and we will send them bvexpreip. t'1™11"/
lacked, free from observation. " " will be pleased
to receive letters with fnli statements In rcfi.r.1 to
any disease with which ladles cry,mil,are
afflicted Address all letters for medico., ., p.mpli
ie»..,r advice, to the sole proprietor
A'. W. K. MEBWIH, 37 Walker at., H. 7.
Notice.
Tnr nntlorsitTTtcd offer their services to the pub
lic as Keal Estate Agents. A'l persons desir
ing to bny, sell or lea«e property, ate refftiested to
; call at onr office Mi f otittress street up stairs. All
bit-It,ess entrusted to our oart-slta'.i have piompt at
; teat ion. » II ANSON ,V:POW.
V.U. Hajwwt, ang27-dtl
M. (i. DOW.
ITT II. n vsFVDrv. A . - md Conn
H • yell or, Deertng Hall, opposlt Treble Honsf
julll dtl
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Al’CTIOS SALES,
«. M. PATTEN <k CO.. AuetUwoere,
PLUMB STREET.
Household Furniture at Auction,
ON TUESDAY, No». 57th, at 10 A. M„ at Homo
5,1 “troot» all the Furniture, *£c., cun#i*t :ir
i in part of Alah.^any chestnutend painted Chambor
1 ®,,7e<'us ail*l Sinks, Wardrobes, t miiaes. i'uj -
i i.'.,r, ,J‘ur“1fuV'’ Sa.ri1' l'ler> Extension suit Toilet;
i Titles, Cl util's, ,M rruio, Curtains, Hair, Exee sior
ami Palm Maltres. es, Feather Reds, China, Olaast
and Crockery Ware, fable Cutlery, silver I>later
Ware, Carpets. Uuxs, Table Linen, iilanUts, Uui ts,
I Shel l-, Kitchen Furniture, with a great variety ot
other goods. All of the above must ho sold witbou
the least reserve, as the promises must ho vai «t*l at
on<^* novlfrltd
C. IF. HOLMES,
A II C TI O .N EE R ,
«Oi> ( oiigress Street,
ol,any kind ol property in the City or vi
UtriuV ' "“I'tiy attended to on the most tuvorablo
-’___ nuvlWtt
ME Old A L ELECTRICITY
dr. w. N. DLKUNG,
.Medical Electrician
174 MIDDLE STREET,
V*arlv Opponifr the |ThIi«,| s’tnte* Hotel
,WHEIU:Ue would respw tmUy announce to
M citizen# ol Iorilaud and vicinity, that h« «
permanently located hi this. city. Du tj t. l^ir(t
years wo have boon in this city, we have cured #onie
of the worst tonus ot diacaae m person# who have
t cit.'d Other forms ui treatment in vain, ana curiJl,
patient# in so short a time that the question Is often
iwked, do they stay cured? To ansv tr this questk i
we will say that all that do not stay cured, we
do< tor the second time without charge.
Dr. D. has been a practical Electrician tor twenty
one yea re, and is also a regular graduated phvsicl; i
Electricity m perfectly udunud to chronic disc as* s: r.
the C»rm of nervous or wick headache; neuralgia m
the head, neck, or exlr.mii ics; consumption v.l./r
in the acute stages or where the luDg# are not fully
involved; acute or chronic rheumatism, *ci<»f "la.1 »i
diseases, white swellings, spinal diseases, curvature
of the spine, contracted muscles, uisioiied*imu
P«»y "r paralysis, St. Vilas’ Done. . deafness; .tain,
nacling 01 hesitancy ol speech, dysper-sia, indigc#
tion, constipation audliver complaint, piles—we cult
every case that can be presented; asthma, bronchi
tis. strictures nt the .-host, amt all tonus i,f lemaln
complaints.
B v El ec t ricity
The Rheumatic, the gouty, the lame and the l»sv
cap with joy, and move wiih the agilllv and elaati •
Uy Of youth; the heated brain la cooled; the frost
bitten limb# restored, the uncouth dcP.rmltic# re
moved; faintness converted to vigor, weakne##'^
strength: the blind made to see, the deal to hear i.n
the palsied form to move upright; the blemishes of
youth are obliterated; the accji>eats of mature liie
prevented; the calaudtie# ol old age obviated and an
active circulation maintained. •
Lj A D I K S
Who have c.dd banns ana feet; weak stoniaclu*, lam
and w eak hacks; nervous ana «ick headache; dfezi
uess ami swimming hi the head, with iudigcstion and
constipation of the bowel*; pain in the side and back,
leucorihaa, (or white#); falling of the womb with in -
tmnai cancers; tumors, polypus, and alt that Jong
t.r.1111 of disease t will timl in FjecfTlctty tt i ire mcan
of euro. For palulul uiertslruatimi, too .jluse
menstruation, amt all ot those lou-jUi e ot troubles
with vountf ladies, Electricity is a coi talu sneoitic
and w ill, iu a short time, restore the sufcier to the'
vexu- ot health.
TEETH ! TEETH ! TEETII 1
Dr. D. still continues to Extract feet], ii Fu r.
Txtfirv WITHOUT tain. IYrsoiu lmvm«’i ecaved
t . ill or Blitinpa they wish to liave removed i.u icsei
ting he would give a polite invitation to call.
Superior Ktecteo Maonktic M.i»mines tergal*
tor liunily use, with thorough Instr-i. lions.
Jj Dr. D. etui aecommodate a tew patients with board
and treatment at his house.
Odlee hours from 8 o’clock A. It. to 12 M.; trout I
to t! I’. M . ami 7 to 9 iu the evcjinia.
C 'lisnltation free. novlti
l*uten«c«l Itlny *iO, lStlti.
This is an at tide tor washing without rubbing, ex
cept in very dirty places, which will requite a very
slight rqb, and unlike other prepirations offered tor :i
like purX*o»e, will Nor Rot IKE CLOTH**, but will
leave them luucli whiter than#rdinaiy method*, with
out the usual wear and tear.
It removes grease spots as it by magic, and soften*
the dirt by soaking, so that rinsing in ordinary cases,
entirely remove It.
Tnis powder Is prepared in accordance w ith chemi
cal science, and upon a process r eeuliar to itself,
which is secured by Letters Latent. It ha* lnt*n in
use for more than a year, and has pfoved free! fan uni
versal favorite wherever i lias been used. Among
the advantage* claimed arc the following;
If saves all I he exi«ense of soap used on eoiton and
linen goods.
It saves most of the labor of nibbing, and wear ami
tear.
Also for cleaning window's it is unsurpassed. With
one quarter the time and labor usually required it Im
part?? a beautiful gloss and lustre, much *u|>e.rior to
any other mode. No water required except to moist
en i he powder.
Directions with each package.
And can be readily appreciated by a dnglc trial.
The con* or washing for a family cl’live or six persons,
will nor exceed TIU:EE cents.
i heinanuilicturer* of thl* powder are aware that
many useless compounds have been introduced to the
public which have rotted the cloth, or failed in remov
ing the dirt, but knowing the infiinsir excellence ot
this ar ticle they confidently proclaim if as being adapt
ed to meet a demand which has long existed, aud
which bus hcretotbro remained misapplied.
MANUFACTURED BY
no WE & STEVENS,
*tiO Krondivnv, Ba«ioii.
For sale by Grocers and Dealers everywhere.
sep28-d3m
FOB
Instantaneously Silver Plating
ABlJULES Of
Brn»», Copper, Ucrnnii Silver, Ac.,
Restoring the plating where worn otl; anil tor clean
ing and Polishing
Silver & Silver Plated Ware.
This most useful Invention of ilie age ts a prnpara
thm of pure silver, and eontaina no mercury, add.
nr other auhetanro iujurkma to metals or the hand*.
It is a complete electro-plating hafteiv In a Lottie.
For sale hy Druggista and Variety .Stores.
IIOW12 A MTEVKNN,
MAN VFACTUUEBS.BOSTON, Maas.
sepL!8-d3m
VINELAND.
I^ARH AND FRUIT LA \ DM.in a mild and
healthful climate. Thirty mile* saurft ot Pbil
addpli a, by Railroad, in New Jersey, on the sai«o
line ot latitude ns Baltimore, Md.
Tlio soil is rich and productive, varying from a clay
to a saud> loa*!-. suitable mr wheat, <.rass, Coit*
Tobacco, Fruit and vegetables. This is a gnat /•••it
Ojunu-y. Five hundred Vineyards and orchards
have been planted or f by experienced trait grow ers
Oiapc- 1'caches, Tears &c.t produce immense proi
i s, Vine land is already one ot the raos beantitul
pines* iu the l/rltt-d States. The entire territory,
con-isimg -i litty square. mile* of land, is laid out
upon a general system cm improvement^. The land
is only ?old to actual scttl«.i> w ith provision tor public
adotnm.: 1. The place on account of iff? great beauty,
as well as other advantages, has become the resort
ot pc*/i/e‘ of untie. It ha* lucruassd five thousand
people within thi past three years Chureho*, Stores,
S bools, Academics, Societies ol Art and
an l other eiem-nts of retinemont ami culture have
l»cen introdu ed. Hundreds ot people are constantly
settling. llundre*** of new houses are being con
structed. I’rice of Farm Land, twenty acre lots and
upward*, b‘£> ih.t acre. Five and ten aero and Vil
lage lots for sale.
Fruits and Vegetables ripon earlier in this district
than in anv oilier 1 calily, north of Norfolk, Va.lm
provod places tor sale'
Openings lor all kind* ol business, Lumlttr Yards,
Manufactories, Foundries, Stores and the lik.; and
Steam Tower with room can bo rented.
For persons who desire mild winters, a healthful
climate, and ago<>d soil, in a country beautifully im
prov d. abounding in trull*, and possessing all other
social privilege*, in the heart of civilisation, It 1*
w orthy ot a visit.
# Letter* answered, and ti c Vineland Rural a papci
giving full information, and containing report* ol fik>
1 *n Rob nsoii, sent to applicant*.
Address ClIAS K. LANDIS, Vineland P. O.,
Landis Township, New Jersey.
From Report ol Solon Robinson, At£^ icultural Rdf
t »r of the Tribune; “It is one of the most extensive
lcrnie tracts, man almost iovtl uueition and suitable
condition /or ph.i ant fanning that we 1 now ol this
side of il e Wes ein Fialries.”
sjptttd&wt: &?_
Taunton Copper Co.,
KSTABLfSHKl) 1*31.
Cojgwr, Yellow Metal and Zinc
Sheathing and Sails,
Oop|.ei' and Yellow Metal Bolts and Spikes.
Mininition anti IIrattier** Capper rolls 1 to
ordai.
For sale at New York ami Boston prices by
LVMAN, SON A T* >BKY. Agents,
115Commcrcia Street.
IVrfcland. Sept. 21. 1M6. dtl
Trinidad Molasses.
i -n Hitns. quality tkinidad
I f )U WULAKSJSafcf by
I,VS€U, lUUHKU A CO.,
norSWtf_ _ 1"S Commercial Rtroct.
HLANO HARD’S
ImpruvwrtrHt on St ♦‘am Boilers!
(NN rm* holers 7»0 digs. ofhaftt is thrown away.
> making a ios* oi 1-3 the rtiel. The ouestion !«•
often Asked how can this be saved. Mr Blanchard
li ts invented a boiler that fakes perfect conirol of nil
1 he heat and ni:ike«* it do duty in the ongfno. Thin is
verv simple in its < <*nsfruction; alter the ouirfue Is in
morion tl-o «tnioki ’ »pe isekwed tle.ht, i.nd (lie waste
heal carrhfUthrough heaters, hc-ting the steamito
auv t. tomratine desired; the remainder earrkd
through the water heater, using up all the waste
lien! T>iii the heat being reduced m> low
there enn he no dancer of scttln" tires by spark*
tbrtAvn IVnn engine*, which will add tnnch value to
thn. invention, neddc* the saving 1-3 ibe tuel.
l or i *a 11 icUiarslrij n ire of
\VM. WI1.URP.
Comer of Commercial Wharf and Commercial St.
Fob 21—<llv__
Uj s*. VIX I'! It. cun be found with a new stock
• of Sewing Machines, ot various kinds; Silk
Twist, Cotton—all kinds and colors, Needles, Oil, Ac.
! MV. Middle street, up one flight stairs. jullTood
Notice.
1>r.USONS clearing the ruins or digging cellars c m
find a good place to deposit their rubbish on
Franklin Wharf. S, ROUNPS,
sept lo—tit f Wbatnngoi,

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