PORTLAND DAILY PRESS.
nuMUhed j« PORTLAND, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 16, 1868. ~~ Term, $8.00 per annu^^~~ '
THE PORTLAND DAILT
every day, (Sunday except^
Exchange, Exchange Street, Portland.
N. A. FOSTER, PROPRIETOR.
Terms Eight Dollars a year iu advance.
Single copies 4 cents.
THE MAINE STATE PRESS, is published at the
same place every Thursday morning at $2.50 a vear;
f paid in advance $2.00 a year.
Rates of Advertising.—One inch oi space, iu
length oi column, constitutes a “square.” 4
$1.50 per square daily first week. 75 cents per
week after; three insertions, or less, $1.00; continu
um every other day atter first week, 50 cents.
Halt square, three insertions or less, 75 cents: one
week, $1.00; 50 cents per week alter.
Under head of “Am them ents,” $2.00 per square
per week; three inserti us or less, $1.50.
Special Notices, $1.25 per square for the first
insertion, and 25 cents per square lor each subse
Advertisements inserted iu the “Maine State
Press” (which has a large circulation in every part
of the State) for $1.00 per square lor first insertion
and 50 cents per square tor each subsiquent inser
OJMsTOJ EMERSON & 0d.,
Fine Writing Papers, &c., &c.f
AnJ Agents lor UNION INK CO.
!*•. 39 Water Street, Ko.ton.
Factory 114 Sudbury Street.
)uly2eodlin U. B. ALDKN, Special Agent.
CHARLES E. T. SHAW,
'The oldest and only well known)
earner t'o.gma and Market Nla.,
PORTLAND, ME ,
Controls all the best Boards in Portland and virili
ty, and is always ready to Bill toe Town.
Programmes, Circulars, etc., faithfully distributed.
Orders left at this office, or at t lie office of the Daily
Press, 109 Exchange si, or Eastern Argus 113 Ex
change st, will rereive prompt attention. Baggage
rucked to and from the Depots. Ushers an ! door
tenders provided when desired. juinb-dtl
Bonnet l & Pelham.
K.VCINBER’S AND ARCHITECTS.
To Parties about to Ituild.
Plans, Specifications aud Estimates made, and
Buildings Superintended by
GEO. B. PELUAM. Architect.
Office Canal National Bank Building, Middle st.
Portland, April 20, 1868. dtf
"WOODMAN, TB0E& C0,~
Importers and Dealers in
Dry Goods, Woolens,
Ami Suitill Wares,
Corner #1* middle and Pearl Streets,
|yAgent* for Maine tor the Washington Manu
facturing Co’s Cloth Hutton Hole Paper Collars and
Also Agents for Singers' Sewing Machines, and
Sanborn’s Patent Steam Fire Proof Safes.
PAOE, RICHARDSON 4 0^
Bankers and Merchants,
114 Ntate Street, Boston.
EXCHANGE on CONDON and FARM.
TRAVELERS* CREDIT!) issued on Lou
don and Paris, available in all parts ot Europe.
LOAD* OF STKRLINf* made I. mer
chants apon favorable terms.
DEPOSITS of BOLD aud CURRENCY
receive-', subject to draft at sight, and interest
DVANCE, made on Consignments to Liver
pool and London. Ieb27d6m
FULLER, DAM & FITZ,
I HI PORTE ICS OF
11© North St., Boston,
OFFER FOR SALK
Be>! Refined Bar Iron, Tin Plates,
Hoops, Bands ami Scrolls, Terne Plates for Rooting,
Plate, Angle and T Iron, Eng. and American Sheet
Kivet Iron, Swarf Iron, Iron,
Balt Iron, Spike Iron, Russia and R G Sheet Iron
Ship and Railroad Spikes, Imitation and French Pol
Oval and hall round Inn, isbed Sheet Iron,
Shoe Shapes, Hors- Rails, Galvanizcd Sheet Iron,
Norway avd Swedes Iron Sheet Copper and Zinc,
ami Shapes, Banca, Straits & Eng Tin.
itorway Rail Rods, Copper Bottoms and Brass
Steel ol every description, Kettles,
Tinmen'slurnish’ggoods, Iron Wire, <£c., <&c.
Also agents for the sale of
Naylor <C Co. s Cast Steel,
Muntz's Yellow Metal Sheathing,
February 18. dCm
W. T. BROWN & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
BO 1-i Commercial Mtrcct,
Willard T. Brown, ) _
Walter H. Brown, j Portland.
Sole Wholesale Agents lor the Boston Match Co.
lor Maine. By permission refer to Dana & Co., J.
W. Perkins & (Jo., Josiah H% Drummond, Burgess,
t obew & Co.__ june26dtt
DEERINO, MILLIKEN & CO.,
- JO'DUKRB OE -
Have thi* day removed to the new and spacious store
erected for them
S8 and 60 Middle St.9
On the Old Kite occupied by them previous to the
Port!ami, March 16. tf
JOHN K. DOW, Jr.,
Counsellor and Attorney at Law,
And Solicitor in Bankruptcy,
■3 Wall ftlrerl, ... New Verb City.
Commissioner for Maine and Massachusetts.
.Ian. 20 dtt
W. H. PHILLIPS,
And Ship Joiner.
^'“Circular and Jig Sawing done with despatch.
Moilhlings of all kinds, Doors, Sash and Blinds made
>r furnished to order.
33$ C ommercial St , (foot of Park Ml.,)
Portland, Maine, au29dtl
C. J. SCHUMACHER,
V K ESCJO PA I UTTER.
»flce at the Drug Store of Messrs. A. G. Schlotter
beck fr Co.,
303 I'wnfireM Nt, Porllaud, 3Ie,
)al2ati One door above Brown.
A. N. NOYES & SON,
Manufacturers and dealers In
Stoves, Kanyes <£ furnaces,
Can be tound in their
NKW UUIIiDING Oh I, 31 It NT.,
(Opposite the Market.!
Where they will be pleased to see all their former
•ustomers and receive orders as usual. aug!7dtf n
Coffins, Caskets, Desks,
Show Cases and Office furniture,
Of Every Description,
Made trorn the liext material and by EXPERIENCED
C. H. BLAKE’S,
■eptlMtl_No. to Cross St., Portland, Mo.
No. 31 .(Tree Street.
Upholstering, Furniture, Repairing,
PACKING AND SHIPPING FURNITURE,
Varnishing aud I'oli.hiug dour m .hort
W. P. freeman.
J. G. L OVEJ OY,
Wholesale Comm Ission Dealer In
Lime, Cement and Plaster,
30 Commcrcinl St.,
PORTLAND, .... MAINE
W. H. PENNELL & CO.,
Gas and Steam Fitters !
No. at Union Hired, Poriland.
Houses fitted.with Pipes for Gas, steam or
Wafer, in a workmanlike manner, and satisfaction
warranted._ may l dt(
SHERIDAN & GRIFFITHS^
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL '
STUCCO & MASTIC WORKERS,
NO. 6 SOUTH ST., - . PORTLAND, MR.
t3P“ Prompt attention paid to all kinds of .lobbing
our line.__ apr22dtf
Dr. W. R. Johnson,
Office 13 1-2 free Street,
ttexipd House from H. H. Hay’s Apothecary Store.
WT*Ethtjr administered when desired and thought
D. M. THOMPSON & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Alarm Locks & Money Draws,
Also Rhinos’ Patent Mop Wringers and Pail. Agents
CROSS ST., PORTLAND; HIE.
J S Freeman, Thompson & Edgerton. ET Harmon.
July 14. d3w
MRS. M. A. BOS WORTH,
No. 163 middle Mtreet, Portland, Me.
March 9, 18(58. dll
No. 313 CongrosN st„
Manufacturer and Projirietor of
Currier’s Patent Bell l’or Hotels,
Wln-re one Bell is made to answer for any number
of rooms. Also Speaking Tubes, Door Bells, Gong
liells, Dining K om Bells to ring with the loot, and
Bells tubed back of p> stering. Agent lor
Taylor’M Patent 4 rank Door Rull,
Where no wires are used. Houses, Hotels aud
Steamboats fitted at short notice. Specimens ot my
work can be seen in some nr prim ipal Hotels in
Maine, New Hammhire, ami Vermont.
June 3 er>«Vj* ~
_ TO LET.
Brick Home to Let!
AT Morrill’s Corner, containing nine roinfl, plen
ty water. Good slable and garden spot. Apply
to C. E. Morrill, on the premises, or to
W. H. JERRIS,
Jyl5d3w Real Estate Agent, Portland.
Stores to Let.
STORES on Central Wharf, suitable for storage of
Corn, Flour anti oilier Merchandise.
Apylv at No 10 Central Wharf. je17-dlm
CHAMBERS In Building on Market st, opposite
the Post Office, suitable for paint shop or other
pm poses. Apply to ISAAC OTIS No 12 Portland
st. ___ __ jyl4dtf
T"£.9 8,ory house, situated on the BrownEstate,
A Middle St, ami suitable tor a boarding house:
good cellar, hard and soft wafer.
Possession given immediately.
^ , , «• It. DAVIS & €!«.,
Dealers in Real Estate, No. 1 Morion Block, j
Jnly-lldlw [Argus copy.
TO LET !
STORE on Exchange street recently occupied by
J J. Boyd, together with shop in the rear.
Apply to J. W. SYMONDS,
Canal Bank Building.
To Lot—a Business Boom.
FINELY situated, near Congress Square, and eon*
venient for a Dress Maker, Milliner or Dentist.—
Kent $ 150 per year.
jufy 8^dtf *1>a'“ 8t# J* S* CUSHM AN•
STORE No. 1 Long Wharf, at present occupied by
Messrs. Chase. Hall A Co.; a most eligible loca
tion for the Corn and Flour business.
Jy3T,T&Stt_ D. T. CHASE.
The Country and the Sea Side
TO BE" LET 1
FOUR ROOMS, suitable for a small family wlio de
sire to reside in the country the present, season,
and enjoy the pleasures ot the best watering place
in New England, in a line new two story bouse, com
manding a magnificent view of the ocean, one mile
lrv>m Old Orchard Beach. Saco, on the road from
Portland direct to the Beach. If desired a fifth room
will he rented. Stoves, cooking utensils, and other
useful ard necessary articles of furniture will be tar
nished it wanted. For further particulars enquire
oi the proprietor, CYRUS MEANS, • n the premises,
or O. O. Newliall, at Brown Thurston’s, Printers’ Ex
change, Exchange Sueet, Portland.
June 23, 1668. dtt
A STORE to let No. 236 Jongress Street, near the
City Hall. Also Picture Rooms to Let.
fune5dti J. T. HAMMETT.
ONE 3 story brick Store. No. 50 Union St. Also2
and 3 stories Hopkins’ Block 149 1-2 Middle St.
Apply to ST. JOHN S.M ITU.
A FRONT ©FFICK in McCarthy’s Block, over
Stora No. 181 Fore Slreet, recently occupied l»y
W. J. McDonald. Enquire of
apr25dtt No. 99 Middle Street.
For Sale or to Let.
rpHE first-class, three-story brick house,with free
I stone trimmings, number 35 High street.
For particulars inquire at Nu 30 Exchange Street,
Spanish Consulate’s, between 10 A. M. and 3P. M.
I Can, Will and Do Sell Goods
From 50c to $3.00 Less
ON an article than any other concern in the city.
A large and well assorted slock of
Fancy and Useful Articles
Constantly on hand.
CROQUET SETS from $5 to $19.
Cliromo Lithographs, Fans, &c.
J. M. THOMPSON,
No. 09 Exchange Hired.
53r*Ncxt door to Harris’ Hat Store, known as One
Dollar Store. je!8-dtf
JN o. 137 IVXitldle Street
Having just returned irorn Market with a
First Class Stock of Cloths!
Men’s and Hoys’ Wear I
is ready to make them into Garments of all kinds,
- AND -
At tlie Lowest Prices.
All Garments Warranted.
IF*CUTTING for others to make done at short
ALL OLD CUSTOMERS
ami everybody else are invited lo call and see for
April 1, 1868. dtt
F O IT IN I>
AT OUR OLD STAND,
Cor. Exchange and Federal Streets,
And selling at prices that defy competition all
Anil Fixtures, as well as
And alt Kinds of
Crockery, Glass, Tin and Wooden
Parlor and Chamber Sets,
In short, House Furnishing Goods of every descrip
tion. Satisfaction guaranteed. “Live and Help
Live” is otir motto.
A DA MS «€* TAH BOX.
GESf'Casli and the highest prices paid lor 2nd-hand
ONE OF THE
Choicest Mill Sites in Georgia,
On the Sea-board, free from fever.
Apply to KEN NETT MoEEA & CO..
jtme25dlm 5 Bowling Green, New York.
FOK THE USE OF
Travelers in Knropc,
Issued upon London and Paris,
Available in all the cities ot Europe ami the East, by
Rage, Richardson & Co.,
Ieb27<16m 114 Wiale Nt., Bontou.
The Maine Pharmaceutical Asso
rnHE First Annual Meeting of tlic Maine Pharma
X ceutical Association will be held in the Library
Hoorn of Mechanics’ Hall, corner of Congress and
Casco St re ts, Portlaud, on
TupNtlny, July ‘11x1,01 11 o’clock P. HI.
All Apothecaries interested in the progress and pro
motion of the science and art ot Pharmacy, and the
l*r..tretion ot trade iuteres»s, are cordially invited to
be present. H. T. CUMMINGS, M. 1>.,
0 , President.
Portland, July 8, 1868. dtd.
MY wife, Martha Kamos, without just cause oi
provocation, having refused to live with me, J
hereby toruia all persons trusting tier on my accOhnt
jy!5d3t* FRANCISCO fcAMOS.
L. S. TWOMBLY’S
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY!
All Kinds of fire Insurace at Fair Rates.
C^i*ai Excliaaage Ins. Coaaap’y N. Y«9
Capital and Surplus, $555,025.00.
Monumental Fire Ius(ir<iiiee Co. Baltimore,
Capital and Surplus, $230,950.77•
Policies Issued and Losses Paid at this Office.
Thanking the Public for their very, liberal patronage
thy past year, would respectfully solicit a continuance of
OFFICE 30 EXCHAXUE ST.,
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
No. 92 Broadway, New York.
Annual Income, ($4,000,000,
Rapidly Increasing, and exceeding that of any other Com
pany organized H'ithin the last twen ty years.
Assured During the Fiscal Year Terminating Jan, 31,1868.
Its Policies Average the Largest of any American Co.
PURELY MUTUAL—All Profits annually divided among Policy-Holders, and paid in one year
irom date of Policy, Fve modes of applying Dividends:
1. Permanent Incr*n*v of Policy. 3. Permanent 12 eduction of Premium,
i. Term Increase of Policy. 4. Tens Kediictiou of Premium.
&. Limitation of uuniber of I’rruiiuniN lo be received.
THESE: P RIVITjEGES ARE GRANTED BY NO OTHER COMP’Y.
The Bank of “THE EQUITAALE” among all Amo. lean Companies, as to New Busiuess done siuce its
organization, stands as follows:
Jit I860 it was the Ninth. In 1862 and 1863 the Seventh. In I8f»c the Fourth.
In 1861 the Eighth. In 1864 amt 1866 the Sixth. In 1667,(fiscal year) the Second.
The ratio of the EQUITABLE’S total outgo for Deaths and Expenses, to Cash Premium received for the
last five years, is less than that of any other Company tor the same period.
WILL AM CL ALEXANDER. President. HENRY B. HYDE, Vice-President.
GEORGE W. PHILLIPS, Actuary. JAMES W. ALEXANDER, Secretary
S. T\ JOHNSON, .Agent.
Portland Office in First National Bank Building, Entrance on Plum St.
BP“Active Agents wishing to work lor the EQUITABLE may apply to J. II. BRADBURY.
General Agent. Waterville. junel9dtf
Dividend king Paid in 1888-100 per cent.
Life Insurance Company!
Newark, IV. .1.
Organized, 1845. - - Charter Perpetual.
Assets Over $15,000,000.
Annual Income over $0,000*000.
Annual Dividends 50 per ct. in Three Years.
Dividends Declared to Members, over $7,000,000.
This Company is >TT>TCTL V MUTTTA L,—It lias no “beech-like
Sloclilioldei s’'—pays no bonuses to officers, nor immoderate commissions
Care in the selection ot risks, and economy in expenditure, are the
distinguishing features ot its management.
£3P”Every desirable or advantageous feature, new or old. has cither
been introduced or adopted by this Company.
Dividends can remain with the Company to accumulate and be paid
with the policy. After a lew years it will thus become selt sustaining.
It has always made Annual Dividends.
It never hazards principal tor interests, and has never lost a dollar
It expenses ot management have been for a scries ot years lower, while
its ratio of surplus has been and still is, proportionably larger, than any
oilier Company; from which it necessarily and mathematically follows:
1st—That this Company having the largest ratio of surplus affords
The Greatest Safety and Security to its Members.
2d—That as It consumes the least, of its income in running expenses,
IT HAS THE MOST LEFT EOU ITS M EMUEllS. and is therefore
The Cheapest Company to Ensure in !
To every man who invests liis money in Life Insurance—be it much
or little—tliese consul* rations are of paramount and vital importance,
and nowhere else but in Life Insurance would they ever be disregarded.
All persons desiring reliable and accurate information concerning
the standing and condition of the various Life Insurance i onipanies of
this Country, are invited to call at my Office, where access to ail the lie
ports of the Insurance * ommissioners, and every possible facility for ob
taining such information as will stand the lest of coming years will be
cheerttilly and freely furnished.
Office 72 Exchange Street, Bovd's Block".
WARREN SPARROW, STATE AGENT
For Maine, New Hampshire and New Brunswick.
April 30-dlf •
NE W STOCK
- OF -
JuAt Received Direct from the Manufac
turers, and for sale by
L. 8 . BROWN,
Jose ’5 New Block, Federal, corner
Two Bowed Seed Barley5
FOR BALE BY
KENDALL & WHITNEY.
Portland, May 30-d2mta
The Cooking Miracle of the Age
Steam Cooking Apparatus.
Cheap, Simple, Economical!
A DINNER COOKED for twenty persons over
* ONE hole of the Stove. Can be put on any
Slove or Range ready for instant use.
Water changed to a delicious Soup by distillation.
Leaves the entire house free from offensive odors in
cooking. Its results astonish all who try it.
end tor a Circular.
I^or .nlr, u» al*o Towu and County
Kighi* in Ibe Stale, by
ian 3-dtf Kennebunk. Me.
Hot Tea Iloilo
ON and alter June 8,1868, I shall continue to
manu'acture the above which will l>e ready for
delivery from BROOKS* BAKERY, 79Brackett st,
every day at 5 o’clock P M. Come one, come all.
I HAVE now' on hand a good assortmentot the best
bianda of Illinois, St. Louis and California Flour,
by the barrrel or Hick, which I am selling LOW for
<:uh, delivered free of charge in any part of the
•tty. O. W. II. BKOOKN.
Cleansed and Repaired
By william BROWN, formerly at 91 Federal
street, is now located at his new store No 64 Fed
eral st, a tew doors below Lime street, will attend
to his usual business ot Cleansing and Repairing
Clothing ot all kinds with his usual promptness.
|3F“S econif-bam 1 Clothing for sale at fair prices.
•‘Sterility is Laid.”
PROF. VILLE’S New System ot Agriculture.—
Pamph et, 2d Edition, Puce 25 cents.
Address JOHN A. RIDDLE, 1\1 anche>ter, N. H.
It gives a recii»e fora Complete Manure. Also
a plain and simple method of analysing soils.
For sale at rensenaeu Brother*.
July ll-dlw&wlm *
S>. W. €L4ItK,
ICE HOUSE, MARKET STREET.
Office :I2 Exchange Ml reel.
SEASON PRICES FOR 1868:
10 lbs. a day, from .Tune 1st to October 1st, $6 00
15 “ *4 44 . 44 44 4t “ s oo
20 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 10 o0
FORTY CENTS PER ONE HUNDRED POUNDS.
Ice will be delivered earlier Ilian 1st June, and lat
er i ban 1st October, at the same rate per month as
during the season.
li not taken lor the hill season, the price will he
10 lbs. a day per month, $2 00
Notice of change of residence, it given at the Office
instead of the driver, will always prevent disap
Any customer leaving towu tor two weeks, or more
at on• time, by giving notice at the office, will be en
titled t a proper deduction.
Complaints against the drie rs lor neglect, care
lessness, or any other can e, must he made at the of
fice, and will be atlOLded to prompth.
May 26. d6w
Improved Self- Ventilating
Upright ami Clicst
The befttaixl cheapest in use; arc lined with
zinc in such manner that it is impossible for the
the wood to absorb moiMfine; are mo con
structed as to give a tree circulation ol air through
the provision chamber, keeping it sweet and pme
and preventing offensive odors ‘rom the articles
it may contain.
The Result ot 20 years Experience.
Ice Mallet, Ice Hacks, and Mov
Will Rive Perfect Satisfaction.
( KII ANN A BARTEAIJX,
Mo 305 Commercial st. Portland.
Gy Salesroom 174 fore st, and G Exchange st.
Raisins Ac R ice.
Packages Raisins, consisting ot
Valencia, Sultana, Levant, Muscatel ar.d
25 Hbls. choice C'nroliun Rice.
50 Rags choice Patna Rice.
FOR SALE BY
SMITH, DONNELL <0 CO>,
June 17 dim 93 & 95 Commercial St.
Advances made on Goods to the
Island ot Cuba.
Messra.OHUROHLL, BBOWNS & MANSON
I Are prepared to make liberal advances or* all kinds
I of Lumber, Cooperage ami Provisions, to any oi the
| Ports ot the Island, and Iheir connections with the
i first class Houses ot the Island, make this a desira
ble mode toi parties wishing to ship Goods to that
Portland, 1G Dec. 1867, dc!6tf
board and rooms.
\\t ITH, a suit of nice rooms on first floor, to be
“ v baa at No. 50 Spring Street,between High and
Park Streets. jy7Uti
A GENTLEMAN an l wile, or two gentlemen can
be accommodated with board at 27 Wilmot St.
References exchanged. jnne30dlw*then ti
QEVEHAL PLEASANT ROOMS TO LET, with
KJ board, at No. 38 8tuie ain ot.
»Tutie 29, 180*. dtf
A LARGE and plea ant Front Room to let, with
Aboard, at 50 Free st. jelitf
A PLEAS A NT suit of rooms and single room suit*
able lor families or Gent and wife at No. 37
U|gb St. _ may 21-dtt
T.* Boarders Wanted.
O LET, with board, suits amt single rooms, fur
nished ami unfurnished, at 5G F ee Street.
May is. dtt_[Argus and Mirror copy.
AND good rooms can be obtained lor gentlemen
a™1 taeir wives or single gentlemen, at No 57
Dan forth street. inar2Gdtt
J. & c. j. babboWb\
No. 8 Exchange st.
Have for retail a LARGE STOCK of
Soots, Shoes and Rubbers.
For Men’s, Women’s, Misses, Boy’s and Children’s
ilcltiug, Packing, IIoMeA'Iothiii^^pringii,
Unix, Spittoon*, Tnbintr* ('iixhiou*,
Glove*, with a variety of other
lefi^Wliito Rubber Cloth for family purpo«es._4ggj
HEAVY RUBBER APRONS FOR CURRIERS
AMI) BBI. K-MAKERS.
jyOrders received for all descriptions of Rubber
Goods, and promptly executed
OAK LEATHER BELTS.
Hoyt’s Premium Oak Leather Belts- the most per
fect article ill the market.
Page’s Patent Lace Leather.
Black’s Belt Studs.
Sdf Lubricating steam Engine Packing, &c, &c.
May 2 eod3m
Agents for Johns Coal.
THE undersigned having been appointed Agents
for the sale of the above Coal, would say to the
citizens of Portland
Before you lay in ?onr Winter’* Coal.be
dure and Try the JoIium Coal.
This celebrated Coal has for years stood the high
est lor domestic use of any White Ash Coal mined.
In preparation and quality it has always been kept j
up to the standard. It the Johns Coal suits once, it
will alwa>s suit; because there is no mixture. This
we claim as a particular advantage over other coals.
Consumers by buying the Johns Coal will avoid the
continued trouble and annoyance of getting every
other year bad slaty coal. Every one has had this
trouble. Johns Coal we will warrant to suit in every
case. We give a few reasons why the John* Coal
i* the BUST.
First—It is the Purest White Ash Coal mined.
Second—It is the most Economical and gives the
Third—It will not clinker, and lor durability and
strength it is unsurpassed.
Fourth—It alwa> s conies the same.
We sell the Johns Coal at the same price as any
other good While Ash Coal. We have lor free-burn
DIAMOND AND LORBERY.
5£ir*For Furnaces and Parlor Stoves we shall kee
Hazelton and Sugar-Loaf Lehigh.
Also on hand Hard and Soft Wood.
Randall, McAllister & Vo.,
00 Commercial St.
FROM LTKENS VALLEY.
BEING so much “PoorCoal” in the market, the
undersigned would beg leavdKb call tlie atten
tion of the citizens ol Portland t> t He above named
It is free from impurities, and when used with rea
souable care burns entirely to ashes, which are of
the deepest red of any Coal Known.
An equal quantity ignited will yield at. least one
third more heat than any other coal. It is more
quickly ignited than any other anthracite (thus sav
ing expense in kindlings); while after ignition, with
a proper reduction ot draft, it will outlast all other
coal, ami remain longer on lire.
A much less quantity of this coal can be kindled
and will retain its fire, tliau can be possibly used ot
white ash, this tact will result in large savings in
spring and tail, and at. such times as require only a
moderate degree ol beat.
In slimt, it is the most eootioaiical coal known,
and needs hut a trial to give it the preference over
We would also call vour attention to our other su
perior Coals, such as kclaigh, John*, Gri*coni,
and other White and Red Ash Coals, suitable for
Furnaces, Parlor Stoves, Ranges, tfc. Also on hand
HARD and SOFT WOOD, all ot which will he sold
at the lowest prices for cash.
EVANS & GREENE,
283 Commercial Street, head Smith’s Wliatl.
Portland. June 29, 18C*. dtf.
The Great Quieting Remedy for Children.
Contains NO MORPHINE OR POISON
OUS DRUG; sure to Regulate the Bowels;
allays all Pain ; corrects Acidity of the
Stomach; makes sick and weak children
strong and healthy; cures .Wind Colic,
Griping, Inflammation of the Bowels, and
all complaints arising from the effects of
Teething. Call for Mother Bailey’s Quieting
Syrup, and take no other, and you are safe.
Sold by Druggists and all dealers in Med
A. RICHARDS, New London, Conn.,
A pent for the United States.
W. F. PHILLIPS & CO, Nos and 48 Middle
St, Portland, Me, Wholesale Agents tor the State.
IS ill the field again, and would announce to his old
triends and ihe public generally, that he has bought
our the old
Saloon Under Lancaster Hall,
which he has renovated throughout, and furnished
lor a first class
Restaurant and Ice Cream Saloon !
where he hopes that his old friends will drop “ in *
atm help him “ out.” He is also prepared to serve
Wedding Parties and Families with every variety in
the way of
Cake, Confectionery, Fruit,
Ice Cream, &c., &t*.
The above place will be open on MONDAY next,
March 23d, 1808.
The subscriber is happy to announce lliat he
has secured the services of Mk. BENJAMIN HAR
NETT, the well known French Co»k, who has for
so many years officiated at most of the Public Par
ties, Dinners, &c.. in this city and vieinitv.
I si A A U KARNUM.
March 21. dtt
E. L. STANWOOD & CO.,
Have taken the spacious store,
Nos. 47 & 49 Middle Street,
Ami liaviug purchased an entire new stock ot
Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medi
cine, Fancy t.oods, Paints,
Oils, Varnishes, dec.,
And all the stock usually kept in a
First Class Drug House,
Can now otter to the trade ot this City and State,
goods on as reasonable terms as can be bought in
lio-ton or elsewhere, and parties betore purchasing
will do well to
Call and Kr.nniiiie Our Slock and Prieca
‘June 1 eod&wtf
Hack tor Sale.
Jli SC. RUNDLETT & CO.,
naay30dt! No 95 Federal Street.
Wanted of Farmers!
PURE. THICK AND SWEET CREAM, at No. 131
Pearl Street . jyUrilw
rr'* w «®»» COOKM WAN fID at once.
A Two giK.ll womeu to .lo Meal ami Pasliy Coek
Uaumlresses, ami two Kit. hen Girls, for the
Old Orchard House, Saco Beach. w«o good. Ad
P iV 5ir, „ A.. J. COX & CO.,
JyHdlw_351i Congress Street, Portland.
AX Johnson’s New Boarding House on Hamp
shire Street, se«* :nd door from Middle, and wiih
in five minutes walk fr m the Post office, Grand
Trunk Depot, Boston and Halifax Steamers. Isa
hf.w housf,built, and fitted up expressly for a first
class Boarding House, with an office tor Gentlemen,
Ladies' Parlor, nnd large Dining Hall. A few more
gentlemen boarders can be accommodated. Terms
reasonable. Apply to
. . 14 J. M. JOHNSON,
julyl4-dlw Hampshire Street.
FOlt a gentleman and wife. Anyone having a
small tenement of 4 or 5 rooffls pleasantly lo
cated, 5 or 8 minutes walk to new Post Office' can
find a deniable occupant by applying at this office
July 14-dlw •
TWO smart young men to act as News Agents on
the trains. Apply to
C. k. CHISHOLM & BROS.,
jyl3d2t Grand Trunk Depot.
A FEW GOOD TRAVELLING SALESMEN.—
Address HOW «& CO.,
Jyl3dlw* S co, Me.
FOR National Campaign Gjods.—8x10 Steel En
gravings ot Grant ami Colfax, with or with
out frames One *»gent took Cl' orders in oDe day.
Also National Campaign Biographies of both, 25
eents. Pins, Badges, Medals and Photos tor Demo
crats and Republicans. Agents make 100 per cent.
Sample packages sent post paid tor $1. Scud at
once and get toe start. Address
GOODSPEED & CO.,
37 Park Row, a. Y., or Chicago. 111.
July 6. (l&wlm
Wanted to Charter.
VESSELS to load “Guano” at
“Sombrero.” “Swan Island,” ‘Itoloii
do,” and “Orchilbi,” lor 1'oris North ol
”Hatter.is.” Also vessels lor coal from
— New York to Aspinwall and Deals
Iruin St .Johns Nil, to Ports in the United Kingdom.
INGRAHAM & WHITCOMB,
ap28dtt 85 Commercial Street. Portland, Me.
Wil NTED!—Agents In everv town and pity in
Maine, for Bigelow'a Radiating Clothe* Frame
Its advantages over the old fashioned clolhes frame
are many. It holds n ore and yet ooeupies much less
room. It may be used in whole or in part. It Is an
ornamental piece ot furniture, though stroim and
durable. Ir is part culurly useful and convenient in
all fami ies where the meals are taken in Hie same
apartment in which the ironing is done. It retails
20 per cent, less than any other Clothes Dryer that
liol is as much. Knrai’i.s that are using them give
undoubted testimonials n| their practicability and
handiness. Retail price *2. Address
BKNT, GOODNOW & CO.,
84 Washington Street, Boston, Mass.
LOST AND FOUND.
ON Friday last, between Follett’s store and Brown
Street, a WASH LEATHER PURSE, with the
owner’s initials on the outside, containing a small
sum of money The Under will bo suitable reward
ed by leaving it at this office. jyl4dtf
SfMILIA SIMIL1BUS OUftANTUR.
Humphrey’s Homoeopathic Specifics,
HAVE PROVED, trom the most ample experi
ence, a-» entire success; Simple—Prompt- Effi
cient, and Reliable. They are the only Medicines
periectiy adipted to popular use—so simple that
mistakes cannot be made in Using them; so harmless
as to be free trom danger, and bo efficient jib to be al
ways reliable. They have raised the highest com
mendation trom all, and will always render satislac
No. 1 Cures Fever*, Congestion, Inflamations, 25
“ 2 . “ IVornix, Worm-Fever, Worm-Colic, 25
“ 3 “ C rying Colic or Teething ot intan Is, 25
“ 4 “ Diarrhoea ol children or adult*, 25
“ 5 “ Dysentery, Griping, Billious Colic, 25
“ 6 “ Choleru-.Morbp*Nausca,Vomiting,25
“ 7 “ Uough*, Coids, Bronchitis, 25
“ 8 “ Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceaehe 25
“ 9 “ Headacliew,Sick-Headache,Vertigo,25
“JO “ IJypepHia. Billious Stomach, 25
“11 “ Suppressed or painful Periods, 25
“12 “ W hi ten. too profuse pennds. 25
“ 13 “ ( roup, Cough, difficult Breath ng, 25
“ 14 “ Halt KheuiiijErvsipeKiB,Eruptions, 25
‘ 15 “ Rheumatism Rheumatic Pains, 25
“ 16 “ Ferer A Ague, Chill Fever, Ague, 50
“ 17 “ PilfN, blind or bleeding. 50
“18 “ Opthalmy, au l sore or weak eyes, 50
“ 19 “ Catarrh acute nr cronic, Influenza,50
“20 ** \Vhooping Cough,violent Coughs. 50
“ 21 “ Axthiua, Oppressed Breathing, 50
“ 22 ** fc«r Dine Hargett, Impaired IIearing,50
“23 “ Her^fula^'iilargedGlands,Swellings, 50
“ 24 “ General Debility,Physi alWcakm-ss.’O
“25 “ Dropsy, :»nd scanty Secre»ions 50
“26 “ WcaNickueHt, sickness from riding, 50
“27 “ Kidney-Disease, Gravel, 50
“ 28 “ Nervous Debility, seminal
Finis-ions. Involuntary Dis
charges 1 00
*•29 ** Ho re Mouth, Canker, 50
“30 “ Urinary %Yenknes«, wetting bed, 50
* 31 “ I'ninful Period*, with Spasms, 50
“ 32 “ Nutfferiugs at, Change of L\fe, 1 00
“33 “ Epilepsy.Spasms,St. Vitus' Dance,l00
“ 34 ** Diphtheria,ulcerated Sore Throat. 50
wi large vials, moroeco cane,
containing a specific for every
ordinary disease a family is sub
ject to, and a book of directions, $10,00
Smaller family and Traveling cases,
wirh 20 to 28 vials.i'rom $5 to $8
Specifics tor all Private Disease*, both
for l/'uriug and for Preventive treat
ment, in vials and pocket cases,.SI to $5
w These Remedies by the case or single Box arc
sent to any part of the Country, b) mail or express,
free ot charge on receipt, of the price. Address
HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINE COMP V
Office and Depot No 562 Broadway, New York.
DR. HUMPHREY is consulted daily at his office,
personally or by letter as above, lor all forms ot dis
F. Sweetzor and Uronmau & Co, Agents.
IN THE WORLD.
IT will draw and bake perfectly when every other
large oven stove would eutirly fail.
The oven will heat iu less time and remain hot
longer than any other. It is the most convenient
stove ever made.
The oven is very large, well ventilated, and bakes
It is provided with an additional Hot Air Fine
at the bottom, which retains all the heat that in »>tlier
stoves is thrown to the floor and wasted, passing it
into the oven to intensify and equalize the heat in
It is a perfect (IAS BURNER, usiug all the com
bustion contained in the fuel tor heating purposes,
allowing none to escape through the pipe and be
Every stove is provided with a Warming Clou
et at the front which is a very usefnl and convenient
In Appearance it is Decidedly
It is made of the best material, and fitted with all
in fact there is no cbimuey with so poor a draft but
that this stove will work to pe*fection, as it contains
within itself all the elements to create a dvalt.
We cordially invite the citizens of Portland to call
and examine this Stove, and know that we speak
We have one of these stoves in cons taut operation
at our store.
Wc are the sole agents in Portland tor the Magee
Goods, consisting of his celebrated
Furnace & Cooking Range,
Parlor, Office, Hall and Dining Room
A large assortment of Stoves and everything for
the Kitchen on hand.
flPM ob Work done at short notice.
A. N. NOYES & SON,
junc18<ltt 1*1 Exchange Street.
• MEKCH ANT TA1 LOR,
AND DEALER IN
GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 107 FEDERAL STREET.
We have in store one oi the finest assortment of
ENGLISH, GERMAN. FRENCH and DOMESTIC
CLOTHS, CASS1M EKES, &c., that can be found >n
Portland. These goods have been selected with great
. are ami especially adapted to the fashionable trade.
and at prices that cannot tail to please, and all goods
thoroughly shrunk ami satisfaction guaranteed.
A call is respectfully solicited. Thankful to friend*
or past patronage, hoping to merit a continuance o
Jau9dt' M. H. REDDY. Proprietor.
■TO MANUFACTURERS. MACHINISTS, and all
I those usin'* or dealing in Oils, 1 otter the annexed
list at the LowM Prices.
L UBRICATI NG,
PA Jit AFFINE,
WHA IE, and
ALSO, 011; SO A P. a superior and cheap arti
cle tor woolen manufacturers’ use.
AUG. P. FULLER,
208 FORE ST.
Safe for Sale.
A L ARGE fire and buralar pi oot safe, (Tilton &
McFarland make) steel lined, patent eombina
Ition lock, lor sale cheap, il applied lor immediately.
CHASE, HALL & CO.,
julylMlw No 1 Long Whart.
Thursday Morning, July 18, 18G8
Presidential Election, Tuesday, Nov. 3d.
ULYSSES S. G KANT,
For Elrclon i
At Large—GEORGE L. BEAL.
S. P. STRICKLAND.
1st District—WILLIAM HOBSON,
2.1 Dibtrict—AMOS NOUItSE.
3J District—DENXIS L. MILIIKEN.
For Koprrarulativr* in long re..:
1st DISTRICT—JOHN LYNCH.
2d D1STKCT—«*A UCEI, P. 1HOKRILL.
3.1 DISTRICT-JANE. U. BLAINE.
State Election, Monday, September 1 1/A.
JOSHUA L. CHAMBERLAIN,
Letlera of m Vagabond.— No. III.
Sunday, July 12, 186$.
To the Editor of the Press:
What a widely different thing is Sunday in
the country from Sunday in the town! I have
never wondered at the conclusion of the little
country-bred child, who being taken to the
city on a visit, declared on her return that
they didn't have Sundays in the city; there
was so much going on that she rather thought
God forgot to make them auy! If He does not
forget the day it is quite certain that a good
many of His children do.
But here in this remote and peaceful region,
is the true Sabbath feeliug and aspect. You
wake early from sleep that is souud and re
freshing; and the deep stillness everywhere,
the freshness and purity of the “incense-breath
ing morn,” speak to you like an invocation to
prayer. The soul takes naturally and sponta
ueously the attitude of devotion; the heart
rises in involuntary aspiration to the bounte
ous Creator of all this beauty. The stillness is
prcfouud. Not only is there no echo of the
noisy world that foams and chafes outside this
quiet haven,\>ut even the ordinary sounds of
rural life are hushed. There is no driving of
teams afield, no noise of labor about the barn,
no ring of whetting scythes, no shouting of
children at play. The men go saunteriug
about the yard and garden in clean white
shirt-sleeves; and within doors the women,
folks move softly, making quiet preparations
for the day’s sacred duties. Then the bells—
in town their sound, even on Sunday, is not
without some faint echo of the week’s disso
nance and clangor; but here their sweet, far
sounding peal is iu harmony with the morn
ing’s serenity and repose. Soon, obedient to
their summons, come forth from the scattered
homes the country folk in their best attire,
moving decorously to the house of worship.
Ou foot mainly, or in wagons. There are uu
smart turn-outs, such as one sees in the larger
towus, or in the villages where fashion makes
her summer resorts The wagons are fitted
with double seats in which tht whole family
stow themselves, and drawn by strong-limbed
horses whose level necks and rather un
gainly motion tell of much week-day la
bor with the hoeing machine and the mower.
Here are the fathers hard-handed and shread
eyeu; tue motners rattier bent anil failed,
with the look of care not quite banished from
their kindly faces, and the children, freckled
and healthy, who having run about barefooted
all the week are a little uneasy in respecta
ble shoes and stockings. Here are big-should
ered youug fellows whose faces have been
tanning all the season in the fields, not notice
able for grace of deportment but the kind of
stuff for all that which beat down the hosts
of rebellion and treason; and here are bloom
ing young wunen with the starch of their
Sunday fim ry a little the worse for close
packing in the wagons, but looking as if they
could make butter, or a bonnet, keep a school
or do the honors of a husband’s home with
dignity and propriety whether he should hap
pen to he a farmer, the governor of a Wes
tern state or ambassador to a foreign court
And I have no donbt they can. They read
the Press, and the Atlantic Monthly, and
there is no position which in ten yoars time
you may not see them filling with as much
grace as if they had been born to it.
In the country everybody goes to church, so
no matter what your city habit is you join, of
course, “the well-appareled throng.” The
prim, white-painted church, standing back of
a little strip of green sward, has a long wooden
doorstep in front, and on one side a row of
sheds for the horses. The numerous windows
have no blinds, so that the light within, re
flected from staring white washed walls, is
painfully strong, and the heat intense. The
good man in the pulpit evidently feels it, for
by the time ho is well in the middle of “third
ly” he pulls off his coat and proceeds with the
sermon in his shirt-sleeves. Nobody seems to
be surprised at this free-and-easy proceeding;
indeed, as most of the men present have made
the same comfortable arrangement for them
selves, I infer that it is considered the proper
thing to do. The minister puts great energy
into his discourse. He is strong on points of
doctrine, and he drives his lesson home with
much force of voice and gesture. Involunta
rily you recall Burns’s description:
Hear how hr clears the points o’ faith
Wi’ rattlin’ and wi' thumpin,' ” &c.
But the heated air and the hard labors of
the week have an effect npon the congrega
tion which is in some instances more than a
match for their interest in the preacher. Their
heads droop one after another, their eyes close,
and presently the hot room fades out of sight
and mind, and the benediction of slumber, so
much richer in blessing than the formal one
of the preacher rests upon them.
After the service there is a baptism, and the
whole congregation troops forth to witness it.
We follow also to a spot by the riverside, where
the bank shelves down to a little strip of sandy
beach. Here the different actors in the sa
cred rite are assembled. The minister and the
neophyte, both arrayed in loose robes of blaek
serge, occupy the centre of The group, while
around them stand the elders and assistants.
A prayer is said and a hymn is sung, many
voices joining in the strain. It is a most im
pressive scene. A thunder-cloud is rising in
the west, and the air lias that b-eathless, ex
pectant hush which precedes the shower. Not
a bird or a leaf stirs in the branches above us,
but, now and then, the thunder mingles its sol
emn bass with the sweet hymn that floats up
from the water-side. The candidate is a young
girl. Her face is pale, bnt calm, and full of a
rapt and tender joy. It is beautiful to see how
calmly she goes down there to be buried under
the musical, rippling waves.
The ceremony ends with a brief benediction;
the crowd begins to separate, and we turn
away. A strange and beautiful thing is faith.
I doubt if I have ever envied any human being
more than for one moment just now, I envied
that young girl. I say so to the Doctor as we
walk home, aud he answers with a quiet
“‘I like a church; I like a cowl;
I love a prophet of the sou.;
* * •
But not t<»r all his faith can see
Would / that cowled churchman be.”'
And, in good truth, neither would I.
—The male dress at Honiburg is described
as either tight and short coat, tight trowsers,
all shirt front, scarcely a line of necktie, or
the planter of Senegal all over—a capacious
white coat, no vest, capacious trowsers, that
turn round in corkscrew folds, and, to crown
I all, a vast, roomy Panama hat.
W««“ »• Bates Callega.
Lkwistox, July 14 1888
To the Editor of the Pr>is»:
On Thursday, Priday and Saturday, ol last
week, occurred the examination of the classes
• n Bates College. On Priday evening came
°ff the Prize Declamation by students of the
Nichols Latin School. The exercises were
held in Central Hall, which was filled full by
was music by Johnson's
Cornet Band. prof. Lamb, Principal of the
Seminary, presided. The young gentlemen,
giving the declamations, acquitted themselves
with much credit, the large audience listening
to their performances with great pleasure.
The committee to award the prizes, Judge
Walton, Rev. G. W. Holman and C C Stet
son, awarded the first prize to John B. Rack
liff, of Corinna, the second to Willie L.
Hawkes, of Windham, the third to Francis
L. Noble of Lewiston.
Sunday afternoon Rev. D^, Cheney, Presi
dent of Bates College, preached the Baccalau
reate Sermon at the Free Baptist Church.—
He discoursed of “College as Holy Ground.”
He spoke of the Christian founding of our
New England colleges, of their Christian in
fluences and of the Christian work which they
do. H Is heart was glad because all the present
graduating class were Christians. The exer
cises closed with the singing, by the class, of
an original Class Ode.
In the evening Rev. Mr. Penney, ot Augus
ta, delivered the annual sermon before the
Young Men's Christian Union and Phillips
Missionary Society. His theme was “The
Ideal” as a standard for the aspiration and
labor of lile.
In the Free Baptist church on Monday eve
ning, occurred the Prize Declamations by the
Bates Junior aud Sophomore classes. Presi
dent Cheney presided. Music by Johnson’s
Cornet Band. The church was crowded.—
Prayer by Rev. Mr. Marriner, of Haverhill.
The declamations were, in part, original. Borne
el them were very finely delivered.
The committee to award the prizes, Hon. W.
P. Frye, Rev. G. P. Mathews aud J. B. Cotton,
Esq., awarded the first prize to W. H. Bolster,
of South Paris, the second to Charles O Free
man, of Lewiston, and the third to Geo. W.
Yeoman, of Candia, N. H.
Annual meeting of President and Trustees
of College occurred Tuesday, 8 A. M It was
voted to change the time of holding Commence
ment to the last Wednesday in June. Then
there is to be a vacation of eight weeks, follow
ed by three terms: Fall term of fourteen
weeks, Winter terra of eleven weeks, and
Boring term of twelve weeks. There not be
ing a quorum present no action was taken up
on the anaendmed charter, which is to sepa
rate the Maine State Seminary from Bates
College. This matter will he acted upon at
an adjourned meeting to be held on Thursday,
at 8 A. M.
After the meeting of the College Board, a
meeting was held for the organization of a
board of officers for the Maine State Seminary
and Nichols Latin School under the new char
ter. The charter was unanimously adopted;
also a code of by-laws. There are to be four
terms of ten weeks each, the year closing with
the last of June. A nine weeks vacation at
this time. At a little before eleven o’clock ad
journed till eight A. M., Wednesday, for the
election of officers.
At eleven o’clock in the Free Baptist church
occurred the exercises of the graduating class
of tbe Maine State Seminary, numbering thir
teen members. Diplomas were conferred up
on tbe Misses Burbank aud Libby, the other
members of the class having concluded to re
main another year. The church was full; the
exercises passed off very satisfactorily indeed.
—Mr. Mackey, a recent lecturer on the Car
olina sand hillers, says they are so fond of eat
ing snuff, that, to scrape together an ounce or
so, one has even been known to wash himself.
—It is seriously announced that Brigham
Young thinks of marrying.
—At a late sitting of the Swedish Parlia
ment there was quite a quarrel about the val
ue and stability of the American Constitu
tion. Some conservative members having
sneered at it on account of exposing the ruler
of the Republic to impeachment and deposi
tion, Mr. Hellgren, one of tbe extreme liber
als, jumped up, aud cried, “Yes, so it does.
But your constitutions foist bad rulers forever
upon suffering nations, and even their sons
and their grandsons!” The president called
him to older, and quite a tumultuous scene en
—At a collection lately made at a charity
fair, a young lady offered the plate to a rich
man, who was noted tor his stinginess. “I
have nothing,” was his curt answer. “Then
take something, sir," she replied; “you know I
am begging for the poor."
—John Devereaux, of Waterbary, aged 34
years, died in the Connecticut State Prison
on Wednesday. He was pardoned by the
Legislature June 25, but the Governor forgot
to sign the papers He is reported to have
died of a broken heart.
—A city journalist is New York has become
a benefactor to his race by inventing a speech
extinguisher. which is described as follows: It
is a large sheet-iron cone which fits into a
grooved plate. The plate is fixed on the floor
and the cone fastened above by a chain of suf
ficient length to admit of its descending to
the groove. It is so arranged that at the end
of five minutes it falls and becomes almost air
tight. Every speaker is required to stand up
on the plate, and informed of tbe time he can
employ. If he exceeds five minutns the cone
falls and shuts the fellow under, so that he
can’t extricate himself or be heard.
—Miss Lydia Howard, a child between four
or five years old, has been acting burlesque at
private residences in London, and is said to
possess extraordinary dramatic talents. She
is styled “The Baby Actress.”
—The number of cattle driven out of Texas
this season is estimated at half a million. A
Texan states that' this large amonnt ot cattle
will hardly be missed from tbe prairies.
—Tbe Foundling Hospital for illegitimate
babes, at Rome, has at present 4,000 children,
and 2,000 nurses. It is said that every fourth
child born in Rome is a child of shame.
—There is a woman now living in Norwich,
Conn., 105 years old, who has good health and
is a large, strong woman; tends most of her
time; has two daughters living with her 60 or
70 years old each, and both maiden ladies.
—In this month’s Revue Populaire, of Par
is, Dr. Bader gives the following curious ex
periment, made by Dr. Claude Bernard:—If
oxygenized blood be injected into the arteries
of tbe neck immediately after decapitation,
warmth and sensibility return; the eye gets
animated and displays such strong perception
that a hammer shaken heiore it will cause it
to wink and look sideways.
—The New York Herald has an aocount,
given by a correspondent, of a visit to the is
land of Juan Fernandez, which takes away all
the poetry from tbe narrative of Robinson
Crusoe. The attempts to colonize tbe island
have all proved abortive, and nineteen souls
now constitute the entire population, and
these eke out a miserable existence by fishing
and hunting, having no bread of any kind and
but few vegetables. The island is mountain
ous, is covered with timber and produces few
varieties of fruit; but the waters abound in
fish of almost every kind.
—A short time ago a white man in tbe vi
cinity of Warrensburg, Mo., married a black
woman. The citizens heard of the fact, and
brought the man into town to suffer indigni
ties. While lie was being persecuted, a large
crowd around him hooting, yelling, &c., a gen
tleman present stepped out and asked him:
“What are your politics, my friend?” “Iam
a Democrat, have always been a Democrat,
and always expect to be a Democrat.” The
hooting soon subsided.
—A Connecticut Democratic paper stated
that General F. P. Blair is a graduate of Yale
College, and tbe New Haven Journal ex
plains: General Blair graduated at Yale quite
prematurely. It took him less than a year to
“go through” college.
—The Medical Society ot rennsyivania pro
proposes to investigate intemperance profes
sionally. They declare that pledge taking
does not control people’s appetite, neither does
sumptuary legislation; and moral and legal
suasion having failed, they are going to try
what can be done medically. The Society ac
cordingly appointed a committee to report on
the medical, civil and social aspects ot intoxi
cation and the duty of physicians in the prem
ises. It has long been contended by those
who have given the subject the closest consid
eration, that intemperance is a disease, and
should be treated as such; and instead ot pun
ishing drunkards, by sending them to jail,
they should be sent to a hospital.
—It is rumored that Senator Oonness is o
be married to Miss Hildreth, a nrece and ward
of Hen. Butler, as well a. a beautiful and ac
complished young lady.
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