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GRAPHIC MICROFILM OF NEW ENGLAND 













LOWELL DAILY 

COURIER 


LOWELL MASS 


JAN DEC 1866 




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VOL. XXX. 


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THE DAILY COURIER. 


TBBM8-8IX DOLiIiA-BS A. YEA.B. 
Or fO.M tti Um end or A* r«*r.1 

fV SIokI* ooplM TbrM oeoU. .^B 

STONE ifc HUSK, 

p OPRIBT »IH 4ND POBLHanER? 

Office, 21 CBNTR\L STREET. 

FATKS or AOVKHTISTNO: 
Oo« Inch of ipuM Id Un^tb ol oqIuiqo, ooottliatM 

nnnrt«* $''"' T»>r'« "•••ki .. 

1»'Oil»T« ' "^ One month 

Thrn«(1»yt 1 8^ "I"*" monUi .. 

Four <l»v». 1 *^ Three mo .thi . 

One'-wX « (^"O »tx montht 

Two week*. » <« . w»l»« month* 

(P«per iiottnelixted.) 
K«»-(«| NoUoei Un oenU »«««>; l»r»« •mou n i « 
lUhl oenU. No ch»r(re leai than fl ly cenu 'or e»ch 

Dtertio". ^, , . 

1.^ rmnMitnl *1vert.t«einenU p»y«ble In »d 
-anen; »U olh«ri quirU'lv. 

Th« r/tWII,', W^K'.V JOU'iVM.. thi oM'»l 
sperin Vlt I Me-ei ''oiimy. I. piMioh"* on FIIIDAV 
JuitNISO. al f2(K» per y»>«r In .<1t^i>c«". 


. 4 rto 
. « VI 
. « VI 
.HO' 
.IS Oil 


I.OVVh.I.T> POST OFFICb.- 

•caaim hail abkabobmewt. 
0|«n from 7 A. M to 8 P. M . Rdbdats bicbttbu. 

MA'LX CLOSB roB 

BoBton Btel tn-l llj ». li. and 9 p. m. 

Soilhern »l 7 1-4 a, in. 

Naa'iiia at 7 1-4 and Ilia. m„ •nd « r. m. 

( . nerd, N. H., »l 7 HDd \\\ a m.. Bn<1 ♦ p m. 

V»nc'ie«ter nt 1 1-4« m.. noil .^ p m. 

New York »i • l-» HJ. ». "< ■ » I' "»• 

Wurcetter a; «>i ». m . *n<1 4 p. m. 

K.*st«m »t 7 a m. and 8 ri m. 

1 a-kreoee al 7 a m.. and 4 p. m. 

ralem al 7 and llj a. an. 

All townt Lfltwet-n (.roion Junction 1^. ^ ^ 

■ iifl Win'1« T, VI.. j 

falt'orola malli orerland, f rcrr <1ay. al ft p. m. 
l)e. b tVeamer. 8d. 18Ui. and SM of each month, 

at 5 p m 

■ AILI DOB r»oii 

Btrtnc »l« a. "1 . 11 p m .and t\ p. m. 

No.-tbein al <JJ p. ni 

Nrehua al » « m , M and «J p. m. 

Cf Dooid. N. n.. at » a. m . If and %\ p. m. 

MancheBUt at » a. m.. and «1 p. m. 

.awre'ce ai 9J a. m., aid 71 p. m. 

t.ew York at » a. m.. and U p. m. 

Worcviiler at »1 a m.. and 7J p. m. 

Raiito<^ at • a ra., and «< ti. m. 

Halom at 9 a. ra., and 7J p. m. 

All tnwni h..iwoen Ototon Junction 1^^ ^ ^ 

l^.odaor.VL. ,„g^, ^ ooOdIvIN. P. M 
l-owelLOct. 10 l»6a 


niareaai l»«T« er »•«» B»»«r«l Itkaws. 

s I ri.FTON BANK— MondBTt and •niuradayB. 
i OWKU. BA^ K— MoodBTii and TliiiradayB, 
MFUCHAWn* HANK— Monday* and Thui»day* 
rilKH ;01T BANK— Monday* and Thuraday* 
RAILROAD BANK— Toe*lay* and Kriday*. 
w 4 «B»11T WANK- Tnea<lBT«*nd Frlda** 
riBBf NATIONAL BANK-Tue«tav* and Kridaj*. 


CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. 


CfTY ri.AlBlK. 

In CommlUee on Aocouut*, ^ 
January 11th. 1»6V S 

OKDKaBU, That Mraafter the QuMtrtlj 
Salarv Bill*, duly ajii.ioved, be nrtsanted 
l(. the Auditor or; or belort tUe '»th <1bj of 
March. June, Sentiwibar, and UecemUfr and 
httthpy be payable on 'ha ftrat day of the 
iiontii iiezi «uccae'lin|{. 

M. That all Paoper bills be preaentad to thf 
Vuditor onor before iha'^i'^ib day of each month. 

3a. Tltat all othat 'uU« be laaJe u^ to ifi 
jhide the laatday of the month, ^nj that, duly 
ipprered, they be preaei.ted to "he ^••Hitornn 
ir before the '.hird d i» "f the following montn. 
inH ii» nayable on the tenti 

.Ml bil)^ preaentea for payment mu*t apreify 
ThitlleiirtJcle or i. liclei*, wrrc for— and, hen 
•'or labor, where it »aa pnrformed — with proper 

lt»roi« charged to differeuf Afpropriation 
hoold bemafle out on aapara** Kill*. 

All, Hill* not preaenla.i aiiu .pproTaiMabofe 
»ill li» ove' 'intil llip next m'nth 
CYlM'f* H. LATHAM, 
HKNiCY H 'vii.DiiK, 
BKNJ WALK Kit ^ Committee 

JOHN PI^AKSON, 
JAME> KKNT 
!^ I'h' Auditor* Office Ik in City Onyern- 
ment BmldinR. U^ce hour* fr.jin X> to 12 a. m. 
tiid from ,i to 6 'I'clocti, p. m. 

OKO. (lAUDNKU, Auditor. 

City of Lowell. Jan II, 1805. janlltf 


).ay ivars an *>■* verparatlaaa. 

»>«* atver laet Raturday In each month- A,yiaU)D 
B *cheiy, Machlaa Bbop, Suffolk. Lowell and Tre 

ainnt. _ 

Wfek attar tlmtHaturday— Boott. 
WeeB alter laal Saturday but one— Hamilton. 
Week afXer Ue third Saturday —Ma»*aohuBetl» 

B.I Preacoiv. .„_.•. 

b iwroay t>a*re the 16th— Merriraaok. 
"ccond Saturday In earh month— Lawrence. 
PInit Friday afler fourth Saturday ofeaeh month- 

Finrt week In each month— llollln WhlU Arm* 
Company, Wlllev btreet. 

Emporium of Fashion 

ron 

LADIES AND CHILDBEN, 

Mm. L. J. VroXFORD'S, 


Ho. '7 CeBtri»l Mreet, 


lx>w«ll, 


WHKRK may be found aT*ry rarlety and laU 
Impartutlon of 
Dre** and Cloak Trlmmln»*, Embrolderle*, I>aoe,, 
Kdvlnic*. <>>rd«.. Klb^>on., NeU H.a<l*, and 
llulr Ornawent., (J love* »nd lloalery, 
lldkf*, I'orte Monir*, f^omb*, 
•nd In fart every dr*crlpt1on of Fancy article* that 
e«me*unitur thI* heading, too nuraeroua lo men 

"r^We «l*o pay particular attention to oor 
WOUSTKF> drp.rtmrnt. which I. >»•» •"<> "»"J!;. 
•ndeverT color and .hade alw.v. on hand. W. 
manuf»rtare all kind, of Wor.K-d Oarmcnl*. .nch 
M {lr«kfa.t Hh«wU, Honta?., TwlllfhU. RIfolel., 
Bood*, ete , In the lalo*t •tvlc*. 

WOOLKN AND COTTOX YARW8 

In a'l color*. 

Caaaock*, Cloak* and l>rr**c* cut and made In 

the l«U*l»tyl.- at .hort notice by an .■ij>erli-i.c«d 

Mid f*.hloM«lil.- l»rr«»maker. I'attern* ''>'•«'*• 

Lowell. Oct. 8, IW.'i. '"-"^'^^ 


NEW 



A. B. RICHArtDSON & CO. 

WOULr) respectfully call the attention of the 
public to their cxten*Wo and carefully *e 
laeted itock of 

QentB', Youthi' and Boye' 

CLOTHING 

ABD 

rURSriBHXlVG GOODS 

Our ■tock cmhrnce* »11 the varloii* rrade* to be 
found In the market, and In Myle of OUT and DU 
BARIHI'V la eqiml lo the very hi«t. 

Iff rarllnilnr attention U cnllcd lo our •tock of 

OVBRCOATS, 

which I* K.VTIRF.LV NKW and manufactured fpr 
Mil* Fall und Winter trade. 
Onratockof UNDKIl OOi)I>8 aUo I* full, and 
♦mbrace* n Ufnc vnrlely of de»lr bic good*. 
We *hall ulau keep a l«rgo «U)ck of 

IIUlK tiLOVrf* A NO MITTS, 

Including all grade* from a cheap article to the 
lient manufactured. 
• •We «hall continue to act upon the principle 
of'QUlttK HALK*! ANI)8MAI,I. PROFITS," 
and by careful attention lo the want* of our cn« 
tomer* hope to .ocure a fair ahare of pnbllc piitrou 

**r. B. ntniARnaoN, /amf.« mklviw., 

- - aeptlldtf 


T, COSTGLLO & CO., 

m.Ai.r.RH iM 
KlirVAfK^*, KTl)VK.<. KITCIIKV KIUNI 

rntK, i.K \ii, (iirfKU. .xno (jai.v.v.n 

l/.KIi IKON I'll'K.s, COl'I'KK riMI'S, 

IU«I.\ .-INKS, KN AMKI.KI) AND 

BTAMI'KI* WAUK, elf., etc. 

Furnace Work, Fump Work, 

lis liOOt'l \(:. nnd .ill kind* of Jobbing and 
Uip.Tirinir diini' to order. 

,\<.k>th rou 
J. A. LAWsON'S 

Celebratid 

Rcvfrfiblr \iut iUt HrFarnacr, 

For An'hrncit^ and Bltuminoua Coal, 

Klve •Ire*, miit.ilili- for bciiIirK Dwrlline House*, 
hchooU, Chur< bei> and Tubllc liuilding*. 

One i>iiii{!e examination of till* Furnace will at 
onci- e<iii»ini-e any pernon tb;it iffeat economy of 
KncI I" neciired by il" picnllar loimlrurlion and the 
«u|Mrior Miaimir 111 wliti ti It I* made and mounted. 

U'l- claim IM •<»/)<'; i./ri7// over all other Furnace* 
now in ii»e, anil tor proof of our amiertion*, offer 
till followlMK renwiim : 

1»L In tlie eoiiatructloii of thI* Furnace, no p.iiii* 
or eiiM'tip-e hii« lieeii spared lo make II a« mar per 
fe-I a- llu- nkill aud juilifini lit of llie ImkI ineiliaii 
li-K would diitate, and liriiu ipl"« of it" eoaxrnc 
tlnii are duih.tliat In ll:e handu of Ihe iiioiit un 
akilliil iji «ik1i inalter« it uillnhow llu sii/irrior/fy 
over all oiher Kiirnacen, on Hrcmni of It* great ra- 
di illnir power and leoiKiiny of fuel. 

2iiil 'I'liiil on acrouni of the superior manner In 
wlilrli Ibix Kurnari' in made and niounttd, It i* en- 
tirely free friml tile leakllKe of (,'</<. 

3rd. Tlie ^reat amount of radial I ngftirfnce which 
thix Kiirnaee ha*, whereby the air to lie heated Is 
no. Iiroiightln contact with any overheated surfn 
ne* to vUiale or deniroy the vllallty of tht< ntmuS' 
plirre.w liich we are compelled too often to breathe 
friiin dvi rlieat.d Furnace*. 

4tli. Ihe roiiiplete coiilrol whiih we have of the 
Furnace »» reir.ird* it* combunlloii, allnwlin; u« to 
diKpenae with all check draft*, vinlilalor*. pipe 
dampi r*. Ill any nucb contrivance fur the purpose 
of coiilrolllMg or lioidlni the lire In check. In this 
F'nrn.iie by iioe of ibe ilralt d im(H r only, we have 
at all time* perfwt eoiilrol of the tire (wblchcm- 
not he milit of any oilier Furnace now made, wllli 
out the aid of some <ine of the mIiuvc mentioned 
coiilrlvnno,*,) so ihi.1 any perNon cau take charife 
of tliti. Kuriiiue without liie lubillty of Ailing the 
liouKu with ga*. 

iiiii The grate in It* arrangemi'iit I* *o nicely 
lialanc. .1, that a child can operate it with ea*e ; it 
U till nio«l perfect mid coiiveiileiil kt de CM-r put 
In a Fnrn.ice. and *o conntrui led tbal II can lie half 
tiiiiicd, and irte cindem nnd *lag that aeciiinulal« 
can l>L removed and the grate brought back to It* 
orrtpo' pucltlon. v, 

tiih. The j*P»li< of the Furnace are In *uch pA*l 
tlcm that the packing 1« not hrouaht in cimta-t with 
any nil hot eurf.ireii, ruiiiuqui ntly It i» Hot iwri» 
•ary lo havi- It t.ikeii down every year or two and 
re packvd. on account of the ceinent Inilni^ destroy 
ed Vy the Hilion oflhell'e, Thi* Fiirnaee, oa ac 
count of iJie peculiar conainjcllon of the iointannd 
flantfcn, will never need to be repaired, being In 
f.icl •elf packing. 

We have •el up eeveral of these Furnace* for 
•onie of our moet prominent cUi/eii*, and they 
nave given entire satlxfactloil. 

Al.i:.'<ITB FOR TJIB 

CRTJHvVDKU 

AIH-TIOHI €0(>KJNU STOVE, 

The best stove In tlie market— ivcry one giving 
prrferl salisfactlon. 
Kconomlcal In Ibe connumplion of fuel, and rap 
Id in iip< ralioii ; ruin i nicnily arraiiKid fur linrning 
either WuihI or ( oal : large ami well ven'll:Ued 
Oven; door, liiieil v»ilh reile<t(ir«, and all p.irts 
thoroiiclily lined. I'he pl.iles of thill Move are so 
coiiHlrurled and equalised that i xpanniiin and i-M\ 
traction of the Iron will not crack lliein : and all 
the part* are mreiigthened thai come in immi diate 
coTHarl Willi llie (Ire. In fact, no I tlmr or eipemte 
ha* bmn spared ill making Ihe l^riisader the fcrjr 
txnlCf •1.1111/ .^^ll.■ III Ihr iifirl.rt. and one thai h.is 
no rriiiid i hi« Slove h <« taken the firii^ premium 
at the New York Htate Fair for the last three con 
*4'culhc yearn I 

Tropic Parlor Stove, 

A splendid Parlor Ptove, combining Bcauty.I'se 
fulness and Kconomy. .\ large and convenient 
oven Is placed on the top, w bich operates adinlra 
hly ; the arranifemeiil for burning coal is very sun 
pie and e»implele. Klre may lie kept the entire 
season witlioiH lipplngllie grate. The urn Is lined 
with poreilain, and all Us appointments are of the 
most p'Tfi'l oriler<e This C-Uive Is very iiuich ad 
mired for the beautiful and chaste manner In which 
it is urnamenteil. 

Air-Tight Stoves 

Of beautiful pattf-rnfi niul oloR-int drslgiiB for Rale 
nl r<'ii»»(»tift>t!r prices. 

OUR. WORK I 

J^ It would be supi rduous to say anything 
jfe^atln retf.iril lo Ibe qiialiiy of our work, as il Is 
*%vB) a well eslab'inbed fait Ihiit we do ihe best 

^ir work of any ••blip In Ihi-cily. T. (ostei, 
l.o and 1.. .1. WAI.I.lNiifOHIi have for years main 
tallied leading ponitlons In the trade, and their 
work ha* always given entire salisfailiiin. 

T. OdSTKM.O It CO., 
lla Central, opposite Jackson street, 

oct.MSm Lowell. 


Bapt. llth^lMS. 


V 


RrntaiirnnC PAriRlcn, 

NO. ^WINTKR PLACK, 

noHToy. 

_ . The first class FKKNCn RKSTAT 
jKBWk IIANT, under the management of MO.NH. 
pTiBB K. A. ULA NC, has become one of the mosi 
JliUB popular resorts of Ihe day. 

Persons who desire to enjoy the advantage* of a. 
»A»ialANCArE, aud theluirlesof Kmf.noii Cook 
tOH, wtU find no place this side of I'orl* that can lo 
raadlljr furnish these advanUge*. 

BrMkfaat fh>m ft to 11 M . 

Br«alifeatat<ii6^<<'ho'cat 11 A. M., 75 cant*. 

Planar froml to 4 V M., 7li cents. 

^rtakfaat, TMnner and Supper n la carte from 8 
A. la.Mli 11 I'. U., at moderate prices. 
, PmrtUl %^» wtah to have dinner* or •uppers 
■anrad In the > lancK^^ltlon and best style, may 
them atihe ehortea* MMWa. 

M, MLANC haa the h«Mf to notllV hi* numer 
•0* patrona, that ho haa Jw ya>^|Te<l ttrim France 
^liferent klnda of the beat Wlnaa, ^Morted nere by 
him*elf. IVrsnna daalrlna to try Wom may come 
to hi* Re*taurant, and, a* he tmpoita hU wine* In 
aaak* ami bottle* it himself, he I* bU« to off^r II 
•Aenper and of a lietUr qualUy tluMt My other 
bauae In the city. 

OiUanltttfi df rolnillet and nwe«, wl^ag ^th. 
•at (t^«a, aent to any dIaUaee In tit 
•ountry. 

Dinner at fn6l« KThott at «, fl.U. 

mayl3 



t>k aii^oi 

■iifiaM 


M 


For Pale, in Tyng»boron|;h, 


M 


A farm eonlalning twenty aereatt drteen 
of which I* rorered with mootl. TMbal14 
Ing* are new and of modern atyML Tha 
aboTe I* *ltuated alx mile* from nMHll, on 
«ba main road to Naahua, !f . H., three fotiM^- of a 
MllaAroTn Tyitgaboro' Vlllaffa and one thli^ of a 
Mkna f^om the Depot. 1 ^^ 

Tnr rtirther InFnrmaHofi Inqatra of 'OMPp 
■AMULET. Ko. in Marrimaek CorparaliO!t.lMI 
Minatraat LowaU. Maaa. Maraijttf 


THE <;aKAr ger.wan 

HEILMITTELL 

WIIX CtiRR 

OHRONZO CATARRH 

In the Head, Throat nnd No*e, Coughs, Cold* 
Uroucbltl*, Ulphthf ria, and the flrat (tage* of 

CONSUMPTION. 

F For sale by nil Druggists. Price #2 a botlle.— 
or •ale at wholes-le by Weeks fc Potter, 170 
Washington street, O. C. Ooodwin k Co., »« Han 
over street, and J. WlUon, 13S Washington St., 
Itoston. 

Iteail wh.at Mrs. A. B. Watson, of No. 11 Mid 
diesex street, I.owell, says :—" Having been nf 
IlinK-d with a severe cough and catarrh, and beliir 
cured of It by the use of the (Irtiit (Irrmnn Hril 
mi//>/, I deem II my duty to make thU pnbllc ac 
knnwiedgment for the benefit of those similarly 
uffllcud. Mr*. A. B. WATBiiit." 

•omethlQg Kyery Perron Nee48. 

SHIRTDRA WKR AND RTOCKINO BOARDS 
for dt^lng purpn*e*, which will entirely pra- 
Tant ahrlngage, made to order by 


li0TM3m 


D. fl. KTHBALL, 
Wamealt Hteam Mill*. 


.iru^Tixr* • 




SAa* Ot*tC*te of aaperlor qnallty thI* day 
reeMved by J. k .T. M. PF.AttRON, wholaaala 
•41 ratal! daaier* In Fruit and W. I. Oooda, 
atU Bank Blo«k . klattiiik kirtat. 


LOWELLt MASS.* MONDAY EVENI NG. JANUARY 1. 1866. 


NOi 8741^ 


LIFE AJND FIUE busin ess cakus 


INSURANCE AGENCY. 

XaaaacbuaeUa MutunI Life Ina. Co. 

.SfHINUFIBLI), Ma»o. 

Home Inaurnare ( oiupany, 

Nbw Yobk City. 

CAPITAL »2,000,000. 

Hampdeo Fire InaurHiK c Co., 

SpKlNnpiKi.K Maas 

City Fire Fmorimoe CompRBv, 

Niiw Hatf.n, Ct 
Home Inaiirnnre Company, 

Nkw Havkn, f"T 

Albany City Fire Ina. Co., 

AuiiANV, N. Y. 

I'reacott Kire .Varioe Inaiiriinre Co., 

BOBTON. Ma«« 

Dorcheatcr Fire lusanincc • . 

Uorchealer Mntnal Fire InMUiance Co. 

Qoincpy Mutual Fire Inwnrance Co. 

Office, til CeDtral Street. 

JF.REMIAH S. FOLBOM Agent. 

Lowell. Feb 12. 1864. frhl2— It 

CITY OF LOWELL. 

AiniTOR'* OrricR, Dec D 1W5. 

4 LLp"r*on* having bills agali^l the t ity arc 

reqnesti'd to pre*eiit ibcui al thin ufl'iie, duly 

approved, on or before Haturday, Hie 'ild umlaut, 

otherwise they will lie over unlil llic luib of Feb 

ruary, 18W. 

Per order of Ihe Committee on .Accounts. 

OF.olKiK UAKDNKK, Auditor. 
Lowell, Dec. 1», ISlii. dccl3dl.aj 

The Old Lowoll ational Bank. 

'«• IIK annual meeting of Ihe Mockholdirs of the 
" Old Lowell .NatiouHl Hanl>. for lb' eiei lion of 
Directors, will be hild al Its U.inkinif rooms <iii 
TIKMiAy, January 16, ISW, at lo I '.! o'clock, 
A.M. ( II \'S. M. WILLIAM-, C.inliier. 

l.K<weli, Mass., Dec. U, IHO:.. dccUdlw 

The Wamesit National Bank of 
toweil. 

THE Plockholders of tills In»liliitlon will meet 
fur the Iraiisadion of tin Ir annii.il utnl .iiiy 
other buKlnes" that may luine before llnin .it tin ii 
Hanking Itnoins, on 'I'UK.SDA V, the Itilli day ot 
January null, al ^.u'cluck in the afternoon. 

J, 11. llUiTUlCK, Ca-hler. 
December 16, 186i, decl6ljaiil8 

MISS A. L BRIGHAM, 

•1 EACIIKU of Penciling. Illack f.'rayon rlleadn 
a Riid .\ni'naU), Pastel Painting, VViii Fiowcr* 
and Wax .\iitiUiiQ Leave*. 
UecUd3iii1I No. 21 Kirk Street. 



■ t 


FOR 8ALF, 

A very desirable residence on MlddleicX 
Btriet. Lowell, near the l,:ilayitle lluiis.-, 
'IHD consisting of a two 'ory frame house 27 
• by .t.' feel, with L t by il fiel, cmitiin 
ln«r 12 we'll flnished ro.iiiiM ; an exeillcnt iillar,a 
well of pure soft water; n wood shed altailicd to 
the L, a good barn 26 by .Tofiet. .\tlai h. d to Ibe 
front o( the barn Is a good shed 15 by y feet. The 
lot conta'ns abiiut 3 4 of an acre of e»ci IiliiI land 
well •locked with large bearing fruii tries, if rape 
vine, ciirrants^tc. Tbo house is conveiMently ar 
ranged, rooms large, and is very pica- mily sitna- 
tjil. Price $:i,iiOi. For fnrlh r larlieular* in 
quire of lhe»ub*criber, on the premises. 
^ C D. kK\D. • 
T^owell, Nov. 2.Uh, IH6.5. no\ .'.Si'.2ni1l 

FOrt BALE, 

HOR.SE.'^, CAHKlAtiKS AND UAIlXE.S.SL.s. 

Ca Uooi^ Driving Horses ; 
^ 4 good Kooby Ifltcks ; 

6 good Kuggys. 
Also, a large loi of second hand Slil hs, liar 
MOlt.-'E d O AOK. 
ocUidtf 


nessrs. »ic 

Lowell, Oct. •, 186i. 


MA'RKED DOWN 


PLIIDS, TUIBKTS 
PaiMS, ALPA( AS, 
ALL nOOL ForLi\s, 

DtLU\f:s, BALn(MUI>, 

. AND MANY 

oriii!:!t cioons 

HAVE ijEEN MAflKED DO N U 
-AT— 

,J. S. BROW^>^'B, 
aS4 IVIrrriniack street. •! I 

novU *3ra 

Cloaks ! Cloaks ! ! 


novlt 


A PRIME ASSORTMK.NT 

— AT— 

54 Merrimack Street. 

•3m 


Cloak Goods. 


A I^AUOF. srOCK 
NOW OPKN 

And for sale at LOW PRICES* 


J. C. JBP80N, 

DEALBK IN 

C OICC FAniLY GROCERIES 


— Aai>— 
WEST IMDIA GOODS. 

The best kind* of 
FLOLlt, BLTTKH, TEA, HLOAU, SPICE.S, 

COr.>THY PUODICK, 

and all other goods u»ually kept In a first class 

tirocery Hlore always on hand. 

No. 195 CKWTUAL SlMEKT, 

•ept^'dtf cor. Charles. 

J. «. KIMIiALI., 

AT'jOKNKY AND COLN8ELLOU ATLA«V, 

Odltc— > nua « Barrl»tera< llalL 

Comer of Central and Merrimack s'ts..— opposlta 
the Po*l Office, LOWELL, WAHH. 

I'KlV.smSS, Ac. KKCI'Kri>, 

mara Hy niyClcrk, J. W. Uef.i>. dly 


BAM'L D. BILLINUS, 

WHOLK.HAII! AND ftETAIL UEALEIl !!« 

KOUKl^iN AM) OMK-TIC KKUIT. PRE- 

SKRVE-!, PICKLES, CONDI MKNT6, 

CUNfKCll'>.\»<KY, CIOAR.S, TO 

BAOOU, Ao., 6iC. 

No. 1U9 t'entral Street, 

dael2 LOWKLL. MAS8. tlly 


B. HOWARD, 

DBaLEB IB 

I-^Lftllfc. C'lAI., LIMK. ANP CEMFNT— Calcined 
^ and Oroiiad i'L\.STKIi— brloSa. Uih*. Hair and 
Sand AU 1 Mahi.^Buv. <'b«ir\, Black WslnnUWhiie 
Wmid Millie and Anh LDMBKIl. Wood, Charcoal, 
{nlliracitc and BIlumlBoul < OAL. 

Wharf Wa»t«r» A*eD«e. 

Order* through the ro*t Ufflce prumplly attend 
ed to 

Ix)Well,Ociot,er 27. 18fl3. oe ty7 dly 

" Lowell Steam and Gas Pipe 
Works," 

n. K. ilARKF.R, Proprietor, 

PBALBB IB 

WUOUUKT IKON riPK. «TKAM AND 0A8 FIT- 
TINGS 
uid nXTUT'KS of every description. 

2^- Bulldiogs heated by Steam or lighted by Oa* 
III ro**oi>a)>lu terme. 

Wiirt* Middlerox Blreel, 

fiti.n. No. gOentrml " 

Baf.2ldt Ifl weU. M aaa. 

C. B. COBUHN & CO.. 
COMMISSION MERCIIANIS, 

D84t.B< n 

'1PERM. WllAI.R. LAUD AND lASKT.Y.Vi OIbB 

POTATO, WOEAT ASP CORN 8T1UCH 
factorv I/oather, Briislie*. Boiler Cloth, Cards. Pick 
era. and all kindu C Manufacturer*' Buppllea. 
PAINTB. OLAHH. VARNIBHF.B, Ac Ac.. 
i k i Mechanic*' Bnlldlni, Dallaa 41. 
LOWiSLU 
a. oownia. •• ■ ooaoma. 

lanie '■" 


C OS HI I (J <f MACK, 

JiriLBItS 

8TOVKB, HOLLOW WALE, Ac, Ac.. 
Baaament Biorr of 2d OniveraalUt Church Market »l 


C. P: TALBOT Ir CO., 

■ AHurACrCBBBl Or 

DYB WOODS AND OnKMIOALB, 
rity Market Hcase, Lawell. 

C. P. Talbot. ianJlr Tno*. Talbot 

MORRILL <f SON, 

aABtTfACTCBBB* 07 

Priniiuj; lnk«i 

ror. CAIID. BOOK AND NKWBPAPKIt WOlt. 

Aiao, BTEBT VABTBTT OW 

FANCY INKS, GO LI) SIZE. BUONZK, VARNlBB^c. 

Ma. I l.a Water Street Beaten. 

riABiTBL NoBBiLL, (iBO. U. Moaan.!. 

feh4Jt 


WILLIAM E. LIVINGETON, 

DBALBB in 

COAL, WOOD, LIME, CFMESt 

PLASTMR. BRICKS. HA T, ORAiy. 
HOUR. *e. 
No. 9 THnR^DIKK Strket 
nOT6 UtWKL!, MikRH. rtn ■ 


S. KiCHARDSOfPS 
■»V»TER AWD REFRESHMEI^T SALOON, 

16 and 19 'Vterrlmark Stre^, 

I'wo doors below fjcntral street LOV?KLL., 

MKALH AT ALL HOURS OF THK, DAT. | 

'/»^" Corned Tecf, Ham, Chickens, Pie*. Cake 1 

Fnilt and CoLfecticnery, Cider Mineral and Soda W a i 

ler. I 

CLi^M CnoWDKR every 8Btuid»y. | 

?P<y" Partlen accoipmoi1at«d on reaaonshh term*. ; 

Famlic supr.lb-d with Oyster* by the quart or gallon 

Load; Jnly6.lft57 


s K "n %i *>: I, ro. *-. oo l>, 
C () M M I S ! () N M E K C n A N r, 

AN" WHObE«Ar,» DSALRH IK 

K1,0"U GRAIN, KKKD AND OUANO, 
IS VIVRKET ST., •apedte Market Haaac.I 



'f^HK .<ub«rrilier» ir>anufacture and put up 
I IRON KKNCB.S of the inoai deairable pat- 1 
tern* and »rPKKioa workmanship. I 

ClislllNl^ A .MACK, I 

No*. 12.3 and 12.^ Market Street 
maT2d" Lowell. Mb»«. I 


AT 


<;i ION & CO.'8 LINE. 

Btoam from and to Quoenstown 
and Liverpool. 


J. S. BROWN'S, 



octl2 


64 .He rrlinck Street. 

•3ra 


81.\(i;i:il'S SK>U!UI SlAi uiives 

Wll. OYAR, No. 41 Central Street. 
e Lowell has the eiclu'We rii»h» »o sell ^ 
and uae these celebrated Machines in this ei'y, , 
aa the record at the Patent Office ►how*. Par i 
aon* ifiahing to Ci'ain the nanT anti mo* sco I 
NOMlCai. -^ewinii Machine iit use will find all 
kii d* at hi* store, and at the lowest prices, 
either for cash or on time to auit all parties. 
January lA. I8'i3. janI6dtr 


2krr.'; 

LI'' J Furt 
o«t27 


FOR BALUJ LOW. 

A valuable Florse, Top Buggy, Ruggy 
'on, nice Bleigh and Ilarne*s. Blank 
M Kobe*. Inquire at IIASC'OU'H 
titure, 162 Merrimack alrcet. 

' dtf 

White's Army Stlmalant, 

WAimANTKD TO CtTRK 

catarrw, 

nbrvoua iieauacub, 

■ORB THRifAT. 

ud DIPHTHkRIA. 

Prepared by 
aepM B. WHITK Lowell, Maaa. 


The first cla** powerful Iroin Steamship* 
MORAVIAN, bT. OKORUK, 

PEUl'VIAN. PT. PATIIICK, 

NOVA 8COTIAN, PT. ANDREW, 

NORTH AMERICAN, I^T. DAVID* 
Will sail From l.irerpDOl and .Vcir I'ori- every 

week, calling at Quren»lovn to land and receive 

passengers. 
Itaie* of Pa**agc from New York, payable In 

Currency, 

Cabin tA^> Slesraca tJO. 
To New Vork, very Low Kate*. 
Passengers forwarded to Pari* and all German 

ports nl very low rates. 

For p.assaje npniy lo WnLLIAM8 A GUION, 29 

Broadway, New Vork, or 

O. McNAMARA. 
No. 7 Museum Building, Lowell, Maa*. 
N. B.— AgenU far the " Old BUck HUr Line ' of 

Liverpool Packet*. maySdljr 

White's Army Stimulant, 

WARRANTED TO CURB 

CATARRH, 

NEKVCV8 HEADACHE, 
HOH < ROAT« 

Mi DIPHTHERIA. 

Praparad by 

n»tVt i;. WBTTX, Lowell, Maaa. 

. — — ■ . » ^ 

KNOV^.EH BROB, 114 Marrimaek str»<t, keep 
cni'Stanlly on hand a fOoJ aaaortment of the 
OOI».raan>a BOOTH and 8HOK8. New patra 


gtren when mo' radical defect appaa r a In a Boat 
or Shoe (bM haa b«en but UUia wara. ee« 


BOSTON, LOWKI.i. AND NAHHUA, 

STONY IIROOK, I.AWHENCK Jk 

HAI.KM K All R<>AI>N. 


Mo\nty, Dr.o. 4, IWS— Tbaib* lbatb Lowbll 

i/(li: Ib.su.ii 7XX>,«7.30, 9.*i A.M, aUlS, «.I5,*6.90 
» as* ^n V. M. 
PorKasi.ua snd Cptsr Rallrcod*. 8 00, S 4S A/M., 

1.00 a.ajs'nd 6.0*1'. M. 
For Willi. n.K.OO .\. M.. l.UO aiidflO) P. M. 
F"r Ornton Jmii^ton 7.iXJ. ll.«» A M.. 4.45 P. M. 
For Lawrence •7.»X 10 a> A. M.. 3.43 auu .V15 P. M. 
For .Siloiu 7 ■i!i A. M.. '^ W I'. .M 
•dr on arrival ol iraiii from Nashua. 
Tlie in iiii" 'or fliocy nmok, road* for Nashna and 
an upper Una s leave MIddleaci Street Lepot only. 

Tbaibs lratb fob I owki l 
Fro.n Boston 7 00, t8 (*). lO.tO A. M.. IS M„ 8.80. 4 60 

aiilS.O')!'. M 4 
Fri.iu ViMiiia 7 no. 9 UU, II 4.1 A. M.. VOO. t9 00P. M 
Fro',1 Wilton 8 00. ll ii A M , ■•< S'tP, M. 
From Grotoii Junction HAM A. M ,12 45 and K.*» P.M 
Kroni Liwronto h ."50 A. M, ■'12.4.'> i.') ■ •• ■ C 3T P. M. 
Frim Hnlem f».4n A. M..5'JiJ I". M. 
f Norlhtr.i lepot 

JoHK n. WINHLOW. SupU '■ *IOu. , 
F. 11. NOL'llHK.Local Siip't L « • ii«A. 
Sai^m and Rtony brook Iloailn, I..owelL 
Nov. i8, 18ii5. ro«28 :if 

KIORTHEKN KAIf.KOAn. 

WINTER ARRANGKMBNT. 

ON and after MONDAY. Feb 27th, 18^5, 
Passenorer Train* will run as follows. 

UPWAR!) TRAINS. 

Mail Traitr ".eaves rjonmrd at • ) 45 a. m.* 
for White Hiver .Innction, ronjectiif^ with 
trains for Weil* River. .St. Jol i.fbury, Har- 
ton. Newport, WilbiiiBhhy a^ d .Magof( Lakra. 
PtHiis'eail, Bath, Little'on, L.. caster. ANo, 
wi'h tri'.ins for Montpelier, Biir.inKton, Ht. Al- 
bvinn K'luse « Point, Montreal, Ogdersborffh 
and ihf We«t, 

Kriitol Train learea Concord at .3,30 p.m., 
forFr-mklinnnd rjristol. 

Eveiiiiii; Fxprrs!, Train leaves Concord 
at HI.') p. m.* for Whi'e Uiv r Jnticlion, eon- 
nectin^r with train f'r Montpelier, Bu'Ung. 
t n, .'^t. Albina. Rouse's Point, Montreal, Og- 
den»bur(t, and the West. 

•Or on arriva of trains from Eoeton, Wor- 
cester, Por'Ktnfiith, PorMand, *c. 

. DOWNWARD TRAINS. 

f nristol Train leaves Brist.il for Concord 
at H K m , and Kranklin a» 9. '2 a m. 

t tail Tniin leaves Whi'e River Jtinctior 
for Concord a' 12 16 p.m. or on arrival of 
trains over tbe Vermont Central, Passt-mpsic, 
ai.il White Miiun'aiiiH Il»ilro:id.i 

Day ICxpre«« Train leaves White Rirer 
Junction at 4.''iS p m., or on arrival of trains 
ftivii M intreal and Oifiiensb r({h. Hrat'lcbor- 
ouiih. Reene. Btllow*' Fall^, Windsor, *o., 
com ectii g at Concord with train for Manches- 
ter, Nash js, Lowell an' Bunt m. 

t Tho»o fr ll a cinnect at Concord with trains 
for Waiiches'er, Lawrence, Portsmouth, Port 
laiiil, Nashua, Worcester, New Vork, Lowell, 
and iViktoti. 

ONS.iOVY SlKAllNS. Ajtent. 

Concord. N. H.. Feb 27. 1866 ffb27it/ 

CO.NCOKU Ai^lit L./VUEMONT K. K. 
/;0!«T0nC00K river HAILr.OAD. 


ivirH. n. T. Tiioinr^oi\'M 

FrfBch NilliBery KBporium, 


Ko 01 MEBBIMACK STHEBT. 

^HhK Having Ju*t received a splendid ^2Bl| 
■nlH aasortnient of rich BBr 

^A iTiilliiiery taooflt ^'**' 

of the Iate»t Full and Winter ImporlHtlons, bought 
at greatly reduced price*, cotuprlalng soiau new 
and beautiful designs In 

Velvets, bilkR, Sstios, andS traur 
lionnets 

f)f Ihe l.itist French njjvelly and style. Also, La 
dlca' and Mlaav* 

Velvet and Felt Hata, 

that have ouly to be seen to be admirid by the lov 
1 '^rn of Ihe beautiful. 

MOURKINO BONNKT8 
Always on hand of Ihe newest patterns and style. 

♦,• Straw and Fell llat* and Lonnet* done over 
In the beet possible- maniKT. 

Having engaged one of the Kest Houses In Bos 
ton to do my Straw and Kelt nonnels and Hnts, I 
feel eontldcnl lb;U lhi;y are done superior to any 
other store In Lowell. t>«t:,:8d m 

„. . AGENCY 

FOR TtlE 


International 


Fxch!!n«^e fo. 


SIX) K Kit & CO.. 
."iO and T,t I'l^F "TREET, 

NLW YOKIi. 


Sell Drafts In amount* to' purchaser* on 

England, Ireland, Hcollaiid, nee, and all part* 

ofOermany. .T. N. PHRCE, Jk., Agent. 

Office at Lowell, Mass. decOdtf 


LATEST SEi\SATll>\. 


PENNEY'S n K.\\ EXTRACT 

EGYPlfAN LOTUS, 

FOB THjri HANDKK'^CHIEF. 

MANUFACTUKKD from the " Nymphw Lo 
tus,' or wlrit is ca'led by the Egyptian* 
" .Schiiin," "Hestiin." It grow* in the .Nile and ad 
Jaeenl rivulets, and has a laree white flower, alml 
lar in appearan-e to our .Nymphs Odonito, or 
Pond lTif\'. The root is eaten by people who live 
near the Lake Menjtileh. The rlviibts near D;m,l 
Ctta abound with this flower, which rises two feet 
above the water. It was the rose of .\nclciit K',;ypl, 
the favoritg flower of the country, iihI i^ ofliii si en 
made into wreaths nnd garlands placed on the fore 
heads of female*, or held in tbeir hand* and Inha- 
led for lis fragrance. It pl.iya a dUlingiil"hed p.irt 
In the mythology of the Hfuiloos and C^lilnese. — 
Among the Chinese it symbolized feinalu beauty, 
the -Mnall feet of their woineu bt4Hg culled " Kin- 
leen," or " (jolden Liliis.'' 

Price #1. MnnufHcinn'.l bv the Proprietor, 

F. A. PKNXKV, Brooklyn, X. Y. 

fJEO. V. CiOOIlWIN * CO., 38 H.inover street, 
Boston, Wholesale Aguul* for Mew Lugluud. 

novJ2 (IHra 


'r iri ,• 1 ' I , • I ^ ' ' ' '. "»■ -I 

liKuoKs ii havis' ^^ 
QUADiaLL?; BAND 

¥ 1 .\4* l>a«a rv s>r«untzad:flaii|ah«U«aaaa utlMiett 
I I .'iiiil Is on iiiin ll III liirnifn llit' Inlesl and moat 
failiiurnbl.' Mntie for B«lls. A Aw^ohMoa, PhftlMJ 
Ac. 'Ibe p. mil roiu)i*ut. vf the- tollowlitg wall 
known M iii.li l.ii.s :— i »• t 

w. .M iiNZo fiwrv. Fif-f'\*i<^hr' ^ 

OI.IVKi: r. I> \\ IS, Bd Vl^llnt and Prompter; 

K. H. C MM.TOV. Bass; , , . 

K, SMITH. Clarl-*i<f1 ■ "^ ' ."t, 

Ji.-D BK)tf>Kt;, <)i(rM|l — 

V -\l'l' '^ '" ^- f'arlcfon, al 77 MerTlmi»ek'Pj»e*MH 
Siiii'.ii i« III-'. ok-' Ifofrtr, M eiil worth's Tf<>^, (■Ni " ~ ~ 
tlii.rr in tlie rear.i «ir 'o 'i,Bjr nmnbar uf the Bisnd. 
Lowell S.pt. ii, ioiij J •eptaUtf 

DR. UROOKllfrt . 

Lidian Vegetable . 

OLMONIC 

syrup' 

Curea 0>UGHa,, Colds, Whqopino CoooMtf ' 

Croup, A8Tiima„ Catarrh, BKONriuTiB, PAtA « 

n« ViK SiriK, NioijT Sweats, IIoar8E5E88, to 
which publk; speakers and aiagera are liabU^ 
Coxsi'MPTiON, In Ita early stages, tMA all Ak 
cases of the Throat and Ldbgi. 

Indorsed . by the highest ' aaedioal aatlMiMg^ 
clergymen of everjr denomination, aotbora, tM^ 
tors, professors la our rarioua coUegea, and by 
many of our most eminent pabllo men. ^ 

Containing; no opium. It is adapted to emyafs, 
4Utd may be used withoat fear of the <langer9«^ ,.,„^ 

result* which follow the use pfosaajr aftbeCong^ 
preporatlona of which opitua and ipecac are tlM 3i 

bue. 

GlTe it » trial. . , 

Prioo SO cents and f 1 par bottle. 
^R. E. E. lL>'IGnTS, Proprietor, Mclrotc,Ha 


SARSAPARIll A 
COMPOUNO 


n 


ClARS over these Rcfad« run in connection 
) with Car* over the f'onord, Nai-hua aiiH 
Worcester. Naahna and Lowell, Bo*ton and 
Lowell, Manchester and Lawrence. Concorf" 
nnd Poituraouth. boston and Maine, and V 
aez Railioads. a* follows: 

Leave Bradford and Hillsboro' Brid^^e, for 
Concord, .cjll OOT v. 

Leave f^lncard for Bradford and Hiilaboro' 
Bridge, 3.10 v. u. 

Stilt C'onntction* — Dradfird for N-wbnrv, 
■^unipee, Nc'port, Claremi nt, Sutton, Ne« 
lx)nioti, Ac., daily. 

Hillsboro' KHdge for Antrim, Benntnjfton, 
and Kast WsabitiKion, ■♦nilv ; for Keenc, 'la 
Antrim, North P.rar.cb. Stoddard, Mun«r>iiville 
aud Siilliviii Tuesdat* Thur»da>a an 1 .''atur- 
day-i; '.ir Clirem in!, via WsifiiniMnn Lemp- 
uter andi Uniiy, M'indays, Wednesdays and Fri- 
days, returning <ipposit<. days. 

ON.-sLOW SIRAUNS. Agent. 

Concord. N. U.. Dee 11.1W5 decllatf 


XISAXE OR rXSZVIAIiF, 

1 F you have been IMPUI liFNT nnd are now reap- 

I I Ing the hitler fruits of that Imprudence, and 

1 wish to cure ynurself In trom one lo two days with 

I out being duped by Quacks or fear of exposure, 

i eend #1 and a postage utamp, with yj/jir address, 

I to L. Pakkf.k, Lock lloY tiH, Kjilileford, Maine.nnd 

I yoa will receive by return mail. elo.iely sealed in 

•n envelope, the new KlltNcii Rkmkhy. This I* 

no huinbti;;, but the recipe of an eniiiw-nt French 

Physbian, It is purely vegetable, nnd leaves the 

avstein In an improved and healthy condition. — 

Try It. ^ decldtoi 

lanvi^K o. XiEsitXr, 

n E R ( U y T T A 1 It R , 

A UCALER IM 

Cloths and Furnishing Goods, 

.\e. 4 klerrim ek lloa'c, 
(OPPOSITi: LAt>t> AM) WIIITNTV MOM MTMT), 

Merrimack Street, LOWLLL, MASS, 

0.120 d3n> 

MiiY EsT/lBiihUnE\T. 


UOIK f:STEKAc .NASHUA «. KOAD. 

triNTtiK AHltANOKMRNI. 






p. I 


, 12 m.,and HVt) r. u. 
hi'O A. M. . 12.46 and 


"14 =^ 

( \'> >»ad after December iM, 1SC4, Paasenger 
' ' Train" will run as follow*: 
Leave Worcester at 6,3 i and 11.11 a. M., 4.20 
p. *i 

" Naahua at T.l'l a 

" Groton Juiicrio:i 
5 t'l p. M. 

All trains einnect at Groton Junction with 
Stoiiv HfooV R. R. trains. Close coiineclions 
are !«liomide at Woroe*ler »iih tri.in* for 
Pr itide'icc. Norwich New York, 8priiig6eld, 
Al'ianv, and the West 

Throiiah tickets fir New Yotk bv Sonnd or 
La'-d Routes. c»n be hid at the Ticket Office 
in Liiwe'l. ahere, aKo,s>aie Ro„ms nnd lieirtha 
can be secured by the Steimers '• City of Bos- 
Ion'" and '• City of New York." 

!''or further particulars as n ci^nnec'ims with 
other'Il')a4s, see Snow's Pathfinder Ouide. 
«. W. RKNTLKY. Supt. 

Worcester. Nov. 29. 18fi4. nov3 )dtf 


IN BUSI NKSS AGAIN. 

» JlHtlMAS E. ROS.^J, well known to Ihe eltlzens 
B of Ivowcll and vicinity- um a Huir- firemer.mho 
formerly occupied store No. 70 Central Wreet, but 
I lor the past year unable to attend to businc**, hc- 
log now restored to hi* foniicr good heallh, baa 
commenced buslnes* again at 

No, 12 CKXTR-\L STREET, 
(Dr. Hayet.'old stand,) where he will be happy to 
racelve all his old and as many new customer* a* 
may favor him with a call. i 

Having filled up my shop In the best possible i 
manner, everything new and clean, al*o fitted up a ' 
private room for Ladies and Children, Ladle* or j 
(ientlemen winhing their hair colored, and not ' 
w.intini: to be expoaod to public veiw, can have It ' 
do'ie nt Koss'. j 

N. II. — lou can always find for sale at ROBS' n 
good supply of Razors, Razor Strops, bhaving 
Brushes, Hair Hrusbes, Tooih lirunlies. Nail [ 
Brushes, Combs, Perfumery, Oils, Soaps, eie. ( 

Ross' celebrated HAIR DVK, never (ailing to: 
give u perfect black, w arranled not to fade. 
TUOU.VS K. ROSS, 

Mo. 12 CeiiUal street, 

\yM Lowell Ma**. 


FREIGHT LINE 

BKrWEKN 

worc;k»ter h\n poiivrs korth and 

XEW %ORK. 


The nenr, lar.re, nnd powerful A 1 Pteame^ of the 

Neptune Steamship Company. 

, rrr:* ^ EI.Fri U A, dint j. W. Nvr.; OA- 
U^^^l.ATEA, Capt. W. M. Jones; and 
t)CKAN'rS, Capt. S. Ciiowf.i.l, of 2000 ton* regl* 
ler e»i h, having uiibr.iki,n and reliable water tight 
compartments, and with' unsurpassed Freight (and 
Passenger! accommo,.atlons, making daily trip* 
belween Providence .Hid New York, landing in 
New York al Ibiir sp iciou* Pier '.'7, North River, 
(fool of Robinson Strict) connecting at Provldcnoe 
with the 

PililVIDEMlR & WOliCESTER RAILROAD, 

and at New York with tho Rteam'CannI Linea for 
/'hil ul.liiliii, /laltinuirr, and all points South. Al 
*o wllh the ^>te I'nUiniy lor all Western point*, 
witboul charge for " whiirfage,' " cartage," or oth- 
. r expense In New York. 

Jlnle!inlir>ifi' an I.o)r nf bp any nihfr Sffnm IJnr, 

All freight for point* eoiith of 'New York ahoulA 
be co'isigned to care of LS.\.\C ODKLL, Agent, 
Pier 27, North Rlver^iNew York. 

For further Information apply to A. C. MtTN 
ROE, Ooneral Agent, No. 2 Lincoln Block, Wor- 
cester; orlo A. K. yUACKK.NBOSS, I*rovldcnce 
Depot, Green Street, Worcester. 

J, B. GARDINER, Agent, 

mar2dtf Providence. 

SAiiaBNT & COS'. EXf BESS 

From I..OWRLL to BOSTON, BAIjSM, 
LAWBENOK, OROTOir, WOK- 

CEBTI'B. WILTON and N'ABHUA. 

Leaves Lowell for Boston at 7.30, 9i ▲. M. 
and 24 P. M 

For Salem at ?.2.'5 A. M., 2 00 P M 

For Lawrence at 7^. lU A. M., 2 4A, 6 P. M. 

ForQrotonand Woroeatar at 7, 11.46 A. M., 
4.46 P. M. 

Leave Boeton for Lowell at 9i. A. M., 2.00 
and 4A P. M. 

Leave Salem MO 40 A M..6.00 P. M. 

Lrave Lawrence at 84 A. M.. 12), 6^ P. M. 

Leave Groton at 8 A. M., 6.46 P.- M. ~ 

Nqv. M. IMS. 


Ttm ••FLOBENOB" 

Ain> m 

••HOWE". 

SKWIiyfi MACHINES 

For aAto by B. O. DKAIT, Agant, 

aaglldlf a OmtHt a lw t . L«wll. 


ITCH! IT H I ! ITOH I I J* 

1-)08nT VEI.Y cured In 24 honr* by using DirXf 
FRIKS* ITCH Ol.VTMEN r. No dungerffian 
taking cold. Doe* not contain the lea*t particle of 
mercury or other dangerous Ingredient. Price 2i 
cents. 

eold by EDW.VRD BAILEY, •ucce*sor to Sam> 
nel Kidder. .Ir. A Co., cornel of Merrimack and 
John sts., Lowell, Maaa. novI7 


TWINE, 

A GOOD assortment Jn«t reeelved for sale by 
C. P. TALBOl .1 CO., 
ocUdtf CItv Market Bui lding . 

REMOVAL. 

FBIHK subscriber would re*peetflil1y Inform his 
■ friend* and Ihe public that he haa remove<l to 
Mechanics' .Mills, Dulton Street, where he Is now 
prepared to fill ordcra for 

WOODFIN SCREWS. 

Bo I* al«o prepared to do any Job* In 

WOODTlJUNlNa 

which may be antruate'd to him, at abort noUea, 
and on rcaaouable term*. 

MILT6N ALDRIcn. 
Lowell, May S, 1805. maySdtf 


OMPOUND i 


niLD 

EFI^ICIKNT* 


The BEST Cathartic. 

Avoid FBVBRS by utin these Pills ~hen 
feverish symptoms first appear. 

Th«fy cure cbLDS. 

Especially useful in Disorders ot the Liver, 

and Constipation of the Bowels. 

Bold by Carle'.on A Ilovey, C. R. Kimball, T. B. 
Bntlei A Co., and all other city druggist*. 
nov»_ dfcftf 

herrihack dousk 7 

IiOVFKIiT.. ^ 

The undersigned retnrn* hi* *lneer 

thanka to hi* former patrons and the citi 

aen* of Lowell for thalr aympathy and 

kind feeling ezpre**ed toward him, In hi* 

'■late loa* by Are. 

Having rcAtted a portion of hi* honse, 
he la now ready to receive company a* heretofore. 

mCNRY EMERY. 
Lowell, Haroh ». ISea. . mar«Mtf 



NO I ICE 

ROOMS to let, with Power, on Mlddle*eK*tiN>«t^ 
by OT18 AI.f.KW. 
Lowell, April »6, IIM. apratdtf 

OYSTER 

▲un 

BATXira ROOMS, 

No. 6 Middle vtreat. 

MKAI.S SEATED AT ALL HOUJSS. 

OLAM CHOWDER 
Svery Satitrday evening. 

H. wTlovkjot. 


1 variatf.and at raa 


OPERA OLAaABS in good variatf.and a 
aenabla prioaa, at KNOWLRS BROS', 

lliMantiaaiakMraat. 



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I Dr. LarooiaVv 




8M8APAMLUL' 

JOMPOUNPi 

For the speedy and permanent cure of 

XjTcr Coiuplaiut, S«rof«la, or JUmg'm 
Evil, Dyapepala, Dropajr, TltmrmlgUt, 
KpUepay, £r)raipelaa, St. AntkoHT^ 
Fire, Plmplea, Puatolaa, Bl«telaea3«ll«, 
Tumora, Halt Rhenna, Ulcere and 8or«a, 
Bheiunatism, Pain In the MtoniacIi,Md« 
aind Bowels, Cenerml I>cbllitr, rterino 
Ulceration, Syphllla and Marciu-lal : 
••ar, and all complaints ariaing fWnnori 
Ing' In Impure Blood. 

It la double the ttrength of any other 
rilla Compound in the market, and is Ind 
by the medical fkculty aa tbo be*t and 
BlA)oo Pt'RIFIKBCxtanL ,.^ r 

PriM tl.OO p«r Bottlo. --•;'• 
Prepared by 
Db. E. R. KNIGHTS, . . . Cbealil, s i 
MKLBoas, Mass. i 

DR. KNIGHTS^ 

ORIENTAL' ' 





BESTOBEB. 


sa Itaelt tk« Milr r«ll«W* 1 


oaivfaul 


•f Grar and FatdMl Hair to I 
•olcnr. 

It contains neither oil, alcohol, nor anyothar 
Injurious subatanoe. 

It cleanses the scalp, glvea the hair a rich an4 
glossy appearance, and promotca Ita Inxutiant 
growth. 

It la sclentiflcally prcpartni, and is IndoraM hf 
tbe most eminent medical authority. 

It is exqnlsH4y perfumed, win not ataln or 
•all tbe'flnest fabrto, and la Indlspcnaahle to tba 
toilet of every lady and gasitlaiBaB. -• - 1.« 

.jW-BrrJYO OTETER! ' 

Price 75 eenta par Bottlo. , 


Prepared by Dr. E. B, KKIOHTS, 
lIcuioeK, Mam. 

BMbM , ,.,r 

C. R. KJMUALL, F. H. BUTLER ts. CO., F. ^ 
K. IIAILEY, Lowell, and all Druggist* and Mer- 
<fhant* ihrooghout the country. •' 

niavU 4eo<l*ftnr 

Br.A\Ii WmK »AMFACTOlir 

ANI> ISO OK B INDINO. 

T^ C. P \i:r;r \:CT, ( l;y tJovernmcnl Buildlag, 
>. havinif in lii« employ one of theboirt Klatn 
Book Hinders In New Kogland, la prepared ta rule 
to order and bind in Ibe moat *ub*tanUal oiatuieT, 
TU.A.NK HOOKS of all kinds. The very beat 
quality of I'a|>«>r used, and bonght directly fVorfi 
the iM.inufiii'lurer*, which enable* Mm to Aurnlak 
Blank llouks at the lowest market price. 

Old Itooks, Magnrines, Pamphlet*, Mnsiti, a e., 
bound promptly and In the best style. 

*.* .V I'uinpli te asaurtmunt of Blank fioafca,raaiW 
In my own Bindery, will bo con*tantiy on ^i f»^^ 
and for sate at reaaonable price*. 

H. C. HARGKABTT, 

aept28dtf City Uovernmeut Bi^ldlng. . 


Medical Adviceb 


nU. J. M. ILVRMON.PbTsicta^andSargaon. 
consults with the sick generally, and givas 
advice to «//, when desired ; hnt attends more par- 
ticularly lo those lm|>ort«ot dlaoM«*, In etihor aaa, 
which rei|uiru the special care of an axparientW 
and discreet practitioner. .Vcquainted with all 
modern Improvements In the practice o,' M* rtlffl- 
cult apucially, with a aoroewhat remarkable erp«- 
rienceof more than eigh een year* lo treatkag, the 
worst forth* of disease. Dr. II. may be enabled to 
offer such iofortnation and advire as I* *eU)om ob- 
tained outside tbe best Ilu*piUkU of the country,— 
Friendly and paternal counsel given to the unfor- 
tunate yoong of both seiea who may aaffl»r fVom 
the indisuretlons commoti to tbeir age and aoadl- 
tlon in life. Persons at a distance can cooaull tba 
Dr. by letter, and by encloalng one dollar, may ra- 
aeiye all desired hiformation hf retain mall. 

N. B. — Tho most careful attention given ta.a|l 
Female Compbilnis, and lo those dangerous d(*or- 
dera (both of body and mind) eommon to yming 
men who have suitered from the Inok of Uinely ana 
Judlclou* counsel. Every convenience is afforded 
to (uch n* may wish a private consnltatlon, and aQ 
ordinary advicu given free. Kefrrenoe Is kM« 
m»de to a statement frequently made by soi^e af 
the moat respectable general practitioner* In Low- 
ell : — 

" These complaint* ahoold eonititnte a dtatlnat 
branch of the profession, and should be atl«i\ded 
to by a competent phyalelan ; and we ttelleve that 
Dr. Harmon i* better qnalified for that branch af 
practice than any one tn* know of wbo davotaa 
hlmaelf particularly to it." 

The Red PiU: ' 

An emiaeutly *clentillo and tnerltorleuaprapam- 
tlon — a $iij\: and »ure remedy for woman'* peoaUar 
difficultie*, whether occurring in the 

HARRIED Oft glNiiLB STXTK. ' 

Prepared and prescribed by Dr. Batmoo, af 
Lowell. 

OtHee in Wellea' Block, (op aUIrs] comer of 
If errimack and Kirk streela, Lowell, kaaa. en- 
trance from Merrimack street. 

Such aa prefer may obtain the PIHs of a IsMy a 
No. 31 Union street, Lowell. aovSMNknl ' 

ENGLISH XrOTE FAFEB. 

TBE rough surfaee made from pure LlaaoLlarap 
and *mall *Ue, ruled and plain, witb CBvS- 
•peato mali'h. 

FRKNCU NUTS PAPERS, water May .aaaM a l 
new pattern*, with Knvelopaa to maUb. yogaala 
by B. O. SARQKA.TT. -t v-r 

octas caty e 

— • ' * " I 

IMF* of Ihe first fin;.;:iv |nst reeelved at tha 
< Fruit Store of 6. D. BlLU.NtiS, 
•etar 10« Caalaal 


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I 


JCHT received fW>m Albany a Itjtof SmMm . 
tchtni nimf, for aale by t. K. WOOfr/ • 
aetaM*at i 


^WBKT HATANA ORAXSBS JasiMWiMt 

5^ by J. A J. If. PKAR80K, 
Atlbil Bank BMek, BbattiMft al^Ml 


ADIKA* GLUVK 

Merrlmaok atraet, ^ 


In aala at.!!* 


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(HE DAILY aiURlBK. 


Monday, January 1. 1800. 


tbe 


OROANIZATIOH OF THE NEW CITY 
OOVKRNMKNT FOR 1866. 
Tk« TfcJrty JTtrtt City Oo»ern«ent of 
Lovail BM »l tbtir roomi, in lb« City 
GoVcrumaBt BuildiDg, thif foiwooo «t 
■iM o'elock, far tb- pvrpof of ortinit- 
logtBd •lecUBfCUy Ofiwrt. The fol- 
lowHig named feotlenee eompriw 
ai7 Covoeil for ibe curreet Jreer j— 

MATOB I 

JOSIAB O. PBABODT. 

'" ALDBBMIII : 

BaaiKil A. Brown, 
John R. Hoathwick, 
Oharle* W. Dodfa, 
Mmty K. Hook*. 

OOmiOII OOUNOILMBJf 

Wabd 1. 

Willtiuii A. H(x)|r«, 
WilUwa A. Wrlfht, 

WaBu 3. 
iaXUM V. Key««. Ohe*t«r W. Ruw, 

▲udrav r. Jeiratt, U«or(« U. Wbiunor*. 

Wabd I. 

Sdward C. RIee, Janet K. Plnkham, 

ivdMiek T. North, Oliver W. Bmlth. 
WAkD 4. 
■eiO-L- Oooffna, Thomas F. B«rje«i, 

Altrmi Scott, Bet«). Walker. 

Ward 6. 


Albert B. Plimpton, 
JcMeph L. flargonl, 
Joalsh UatM, 
Albion J. Dudley. 


Jarnb Baron, 
Bollin C Downs. 


tbe loM of eur breve eoBe, who have felleo end to erect en eddltion oa eecb tide for 
lo tbe eonteel. Aa U wet the fortune ^f cnUaBcei end lUir-we)!! eUo. by I be 
citiBeatio be tbe Irvl in ibe OeM, •«- Vunttfaellibof • h^mmmU roof" oa A* 


£ 


BobeitH. Batcher, 
John T. Lee, 


OaetaTtla A . Oerry, 
Lake U. Dodfe, 


Ororfc L. llantoon, 
Jooa. Johnion. 

Wabd 6. 

CharlPt A. Kimball, 
Alfred U. Chaee. 


COlfTKBTION or BUTH BRAKCHU. 
Sooa after tbe aiaeuibling of tbe two 
bresebee in tbeir retpective roomi, tbe 
Mayor aBd'Aldernen elect proceeded to 
tbe CoBoaon Coaocil room, end a eonven- 
lion was formed. Re?. J U. Adami, 
paitor of the SeeonJ UniTcraalitt Church, 
ioiroked tbe divine blotting upon tbe City 
Coaiicil, after which Hon. Kathan Crot 
by, Justice of the Police Court, adminia- 
tered tbe oath ol office to Mayor PeaDody. 
Tke Mayor in turn admioUtered tbe oath 
to tbe Aldermen and Common Conneil- 


Uajor Peabody at 10 minutet past 9 
o'clock, commenced tbe d<>li«ery of the 
iollowing addreii, «btch occupied 6U 
■iinntea. 

WACOOBAL ADDBESS Of MATOR PEABODT. 

Gtiotlemtfn ol the Ciiy Council :—TLe 
revolving vrar tiriOKe u< again lo 'be lime 
pr«ecnb«d by oar charier U>r inau||uratin|[ 
W>«w our municipal Kuvrrniiient U«viuK 
taken upon mjtt-lt e tolemn oUiittaiiou 
faithiullv lo diiKSharge ibe Juii-i of my 
ettce lor anoiber term, ii wnl be luy rn- 
Aeavor to earrt wtiateter anilTiy 1 may 
poiaeta to dihofaergr with the aid uf paet 
expcrier.ce ail Tht* •totice dt- voIvidk upon 
me, in aucb • mann«r a* ehall leduund lo 
tbe tilsbrit leooii ot our coii*tiiueiiti. 

You, g' ntleroen, b«v« alto xtumfd like 
reepo'iaitiiliMt-a. and given the tawe bind- 
ing 'pl>-dK« fur fidrlil> in I'ffice, and 1 am 
eobodeni ibat the public bunneoi loiruit- 
ed t(i your cire, will b« p«rformrd to tbe 
geaeral lali'tactio'i of our conktitueni*. 
In accrdanee wiib a time-honored oui- 
tem. it become* my duty 'o give )ou a ey- 
Dwpitiiof iba irantaciion*o( tbeKOvrrriment 
ibe paet year, and to tuggett lor \oor con- 
Bideration tuch legi>Utiun tor the (uiurr 
as*in my opiniou the neceitiiiet of oar 
eity may aeem to require. 

t congratulate you upon tbe favorable 
Boapioet under abicb we a«tfa>ble to day 
at eon pared with like occasions the four 
prcvioot yearc. Then, tbe abaorbing duty 
of doing the uimuet to furnish men apd 
■eana lor prosecuting thee war and pre- 
B«-rving Ibe unity and ioieitrity ot gove/n- 
ment was paramount. Mow, peace has 
been restored, tbe integrity, freedon B'ld 
unity of tbe. country secured, and our cit- 
iseni relieved from tbe anxieties alleod- 
aal apod a a'ate of war. 

In my addresa to ihe council la«t year 
I aeed Ibit language : " With afiim reliant e 
«a Ibe bod of our latbera, let ua work oo, 
trading and hopiot; that ere tbe uthtring 
in of another year, peace may be restored, 
Bad joy and gladness prevail over a di»- 
eatbrall'd and united country.' That 
hope and trust baa ended in full fruition 
of <hn antieipaled blessings of ireedom 
Bad paaea. 

At tbe commencement of the rebellibi^, 
the most etnguine could scaruely have 
anticipated results ao glorious. The stain' 
of African slavery wbiib has been a re- 
proach to our government from its foun- 
' dation, has been totally and constitution- 
ally removed, and this too ht part by tbe 
actiott of those who inaugurated a civil 
war, for the purposed founding a govern- 
meol whose comer atone should be slavery . 
How true it is ** Ihere is a Divinity that 
•bapea our ends, rough hew them as we 
will." 

Although this struggle with treason has 
aeeured to uf and our posterity the bless- 
ing of a united government, and made our 
country wnat we have so often, though 
falsely, claimed for il, " The land of ibe 
free,' yet bow learful has been tee price. 
Lft tbe lone vidow, the orphaned child- 
ran, and tbe brokt-n f.imil) circles ahi<*<-'. 
Tbeee losse* we cannot restore. But we 
ean iu soma roeatura alleviate the suffer- 
inK and want, which the lo*s of those who 
have nobly gives tbeir lives for their 
eouniry,bas eutailed upon their suiviving 
families. 

If our national tt«te and municipal 
governments sball ever fail lo do this act 
of jttttice, they will prove themselves un- 
wormy ihe bl'tsingt ihoae noble m>-n have 
pareba«ed with tbeir blood. In ib« dis- 
charge of our official duties, let not this 
ain ot ingratitude be ours. 

Of tbe many noble sacriBces on the al 
tar uf our country, one stand* pre-einl- 
aent. When, on the fourteenth of April 
last, tbe sad tidings flatbed along the 
wires that Abraham Lincoln had been as- 
aaasinaied, loyal lueo were lor tbe moment 
paralyied ; but, wb«n the shock bad 
paaeeil, each resolved more firmly lh«t tbe 
naboly rebellion which bad instigated so 
foul a deed sbuuld, whatever the sacrifice, 
be euppreseed. With aingui .r unanimity 
tbe loyal States had re-elevted President 
Lincoln for a second term, and probably 
no man aitice Washington bas shared so 
largely iu tbe afleeiiuns of his lo)at lellow- 
eoanirymen as he. but be bas gons ! 
The sighs of a bereaved people have at- 
tended hia pure spirit to its paternal abode. 
Tbe prayers of four millions ot enfran- 
ebised people are daily aicending in re- 
membrance of their illustrious bmefactor, 
and bis tomb shall be the Mecca ol tbeir 
poeterity, who will Water it with grateful 
•ears. 

Tbe death uf the Chief Executive of 
tbe nation, under like circumstances, in 
alaioet say aailoo of Europe, would likely 
kave baea attended by anarchy or revolu- 
llea, but our poliiieal system eontinoea 
t* move oa ia iu consiitutional orbit witb- 
•at a jar. Vice President Johnson, who, 
Uka the lamented Lincoln, waa a self* 
■ade maa of bambla origin, aasumed the 
beta of butc, and direcurd to final com- 
pletian tbe work bis predeoeaeor did 
••I lie* to aoaauBmaia. ^ 

Tbe part takea by oaf ~ ova dtjriD idb 
Btniggia for natioati ezjatanoe baa been 
BMh M to Imvb b« 00 ragrata— ^xeopt for 


nar < 

they are to be the laat to leave it, ibaSUth 
regiment, which was drganiaed in this 
city and oompoaed larfeiy of oar dtixens, 
and tbe titb regiment, beia; now tbe only 
Uassacbuaetts organiBBliooa in tbe service 
of the government. 

Tbe following is an abstrsct of tbe num- 
ber ol men furnished by lour city BOiler 
tbe several calls of tbe President, and the 
eapense of rrcraiiiog the same, including 
city bounties ;— 

1861— April 15. Call for 75.000 men 
for three months. Lowell lurnisbed 223 
«t a cost ol (596.08 i average cost, •2.t>7 
3-10. 

1861 —^oy S. call.for 50,000 men, and 
July 1, call lor OUO.OOO men Our quota 
under these calls wss 2098 men, for ttiree 
years. The number recruited was 2990, 
at a cost of 965,681 78 i average cost fl27 - 
48 

1862— yfttgit<(4. Call for 300.000 men 
for nine months. Our quota was 235 ; en> 
lifted and furoisbc^ 557 men. at a coat uf 
t2S.I(:2 25 ; average, »35 78 8-10 

1863 - Uctober 17, call for 300,000 men, 
our quota was set at 288 men, and Febru- 
ary I, 1864, a call was issued tor 500 OOU 
men { this was understood to include tbe 
previous call. We furnished 211 men 
at a coat of 9902 30 ; aversge cost, t4 27 
6 10. Tbe report of the Adjutant Genera!. 
January 1, 1864, stated that we bad at 
that date a suiplus ol 179 men. 

IBM— July 18. Call for 500,000 men ; 
our quota 627. We furnithed. including 
196 navy recrni's sllowed, 998 men, at a 
coat ot $147,549 11 i average cost, $147.- 
94i 

1864 — Z)«cem5er 19. Call for 300,000 
men No quoia was ever assigned to Low- 
ell under Ibis call. I was informed by the 
Provost Marshal that our qaita, January 
1. 1865, was vi;:ht men abort of allrequir 
merits We contivued our enlistments 
until the surrender of Richmond. Tbe 
number enlisted cubrequent to the call in 
Dec«>mbrr waa 132 men. at a ci»t of S17,- 
t»39 55 : average coal, f 129.U8 

Of ihe volunteers for li)U dav*, Lowell 
lurnisbed 252 men. at a cost of $143 80 — 
makit g the whole number standing taour 
credit, 4763 men. a'<d the total co*t of re- 
crnning and biuoties ha* been S'2d4 074.- 
87. Id addition to thin we have ex end^d 
far uniforms, rquipm nin, interest on state 
■id ftaid, and other ioriilenidl expen-e» of 
trie war. exclusive of ih>- Liud und Whii 
nev monument, the sum of $39 1 11 02 
makink^ a grand total of »293 215 89 I< 
sh uld be sialeil, that there wrr^ 450 met 
from uur city who enlisied in the rtavHl 
Srrvice, but in the appor'iunment whub 
was mad- only 196 were alloweil to our 
credit. Had we received lull credit toi 
Ihetie m-'n, our whole nuuiber furniabeii 
would have hi en 5U22. 

LADU AMD WUITXKT MOKUMENT. 
The monument lo tbe memory of Luth- 
er C Lvdd and AddiiK>n () Whitney was 
completed early in April Utt, and waa 
duly connecrated on the 17tb ol June b> 
tbe Masonic Grand Lodge, a patriotic 
••ration by tlit Excellency Governor An 
drew, and other aptiroiiriit" crremwn-a 
Tbe entire cuil, $4508 23 Ot ihii sum 
the Commonwealth •pprupriateiJ and ptid 
$2000- There has al>o been expended in 
itrading, lurGne "nd lencing the ground*. 
the auui of $5a8 72 The xtructure ri llecia 
credit on our State and ciiv, and is a juai 
tribute of grant ude to the memory ol tboae 
youihtui martyrs, who led tbe van of tbo>e 
immortal hrro»a who have died that tbrir 
country mgbt live. , f^-^f^^^^ . 
eTATC AID 

The deparlm>nl of S ate aid has been 
continued through the year. T^e com 
mittee nn miHury affairs selected John F. 
Frye, Krq , as agent for dishorsing the 
payments, and it gi^es me pleasure to say 
he has discharged his dunes with great 
fi ieliiy. Tbe importance of extreme vig- 
ilance in ibis office Ihe pait year is obvj 
oui, trom (he fact that tbe army has been 
moKtiy discharged, and ss the Common 
wcaltn do'S not refund pa> menis made 
alter tbe discharge of the soldier, except 
in certain case*, it h%s been luund neue«- 
sary, in order teprotectour own treasury 
to use extreme caution in e>ich case of 
payment. Our own State, differinK in 
this respect from most others, ha« paid aid 
totbe families ol ber vulun'eer*. wherever 
located. This bas involved a lar^e 
amount of curresp'>ndence monthly, to 
learn whether the person on whose sc- 
count tbe aid was psid, was then in the 
service. The whole number 61 familiea 
that have received aid during tbo year 
waa 921; amourtt <li»bur»eil $51723; 
numY>er of families now receiving aid 121 
These are tbe families ol members of tbe 
30ih retinient, those serving in tbe navy, 
and a lew returned soldiers who have b«eu 
d.tahlcd in tbe strvice. 
BCHUOLI. 

Of all ovr tppropriations for specific 
objects, tblU for our pohlio schools atands 
(oremost, whether conaidered in regard to 
tbe amount expended, or its bearing on 
the virtue, intelligence, and well b-ing ot 
our populaiioi-. Of all our various ex- 
penditures, none, I am sure, gives us *<> 
valuable re'urns as the amount exper>ded 
fur educHtional purpose*. !'< there lusii 
lutioi*. c0'V.il with tbu s.-ltlemen( of our 
Comn o • We. lib We owe whatever of mur 
a'ity an l intelligence attaches lo oui 
New Etigland character. While I would 
ncommend the strictest economy in the 
expeixliiures of this department, as in 
otb<-rs. I would witbtiold nothing that 
would tend to eleva'e and im^irove the 
character and uaefulneas ol our schooU 
One adilitioiial primary (chnol baa ber-n 
opened tbe pa»t ve^r on Croas Street 
This was found to be necessary to relieve 
tbe other bo'<ooIs in that vicinity which 
bad a larger number of pupila than could 
be well accommodated The average 
number of puuil* attending tbe scboels the 
past year, has been about two per cent 
greater than the year previoua. The en 
hanced price of m:)st df Yhe neceasaries 
of living, has borne besvily upon peraonn 
having fixed salaries. Having this fac 
in view, the school committee have con- 
sidered it but an act of Justice lo increase 
in some degree the salaries of the ieaeheri< 
in our public schools. This will r'^quire 
tbe appropriation for scbools.the preaent 
year to be aomewhst increased As a 
general rule I believe tbe schuols to be 
Well conducted, and the teachers compe- 
tent and Isithful. Tbe past year tbe ollice 
of special truant comminsiooer bas been 
revived, with good results, and 1 earnest- 
ly recommend that ihe office be continued. 
For the details of the oprratioos and coo- 
ditioB of ihe school* 1 would refer you to 
tbe reports uf the Superintendent and 
Bchool Committee, which will soon be 
laid before you. The amount standing to 
the credit of this appropristion waar64,- 
384 05; expenditures. $54,251.69 1 bal 
ance undrawn, $139.46. 

•CHooL Hotrsei. 
There have been no extensive outlays 
for sebool^oasas tbe past year, except (or 
the introftciion of steam for beating the 
Bartlelt and Varnum schools. 1 am not 
aware of any that will be required tha 
preaent year, except it be for remodeling 
tbe High school-boose. Tha council of 
laet year ordered plana to be procured for 
Ibis purpose, which has been done. These 
plans contemplate devoting (he entire 
area of tba two ttorias to school purposos, 


building, to obtain an exblbition-hall for 
school purposes. These improvements are 
oontiderad requisite by the debool Com- 
mittee for the better accommodation of 
tbe sehool. Owing to the late day oo 
which the plans were matured,, the Coon- 
cil of last year took no steps tor having 
them carried into execution, but have re 
ferred the subject to this Couiicil. Dur- 
ing tba past year tha Primary aQbool-bou»o 
on Mill Bireet has hern aol)!^ and the 
brick one on Middle bireet haf been taken 
down to make room for tbe new engine- 
bouse. The amount appropristed lor 
achool-bouses. tbe unexpended balance of 
1864, was >6,898 87 ; expenditures, $6, 
30Ae02 i balaocs undrawn, $593 85. 
THE POOR. 
Few of oar dutiee wilLrequire more csre 
and the exercise of soundtr ju'lgmeot on 
our part than tbf care ot tbe poor. Ow- 
ing to the greet demand for labor in the 
milU and in other employments the past 
year, (his class of persons in our city bai< 
not been large compared with the whole 
number of our population, altliough slight- 
ly increased from the year previous. This 
increase jpay perhsps hr accounted for 
from the fact that the Commonwealth has 
given a legal settlement to ibe family of 
any soldier a listed to our credit who had 
resided iu tbe city six moAths prior to hia 
enlistment, and has served io tbe army 
one year, or in tbe lack of such residence, 
A claim for relief from the city if they shall 
fall into want while n tiling here. The 
.«mouni of relief granted to persona out <! 
the alm-bouae having a resL< a it sett ement 
waa $343 53 ; lo peis'>ns having no set- 
tiemeni, $159 64 ; to fumilies of discharg- 
ed soldiers, $282 24. Of ibta Utter cissa 
I would say, that upon invca<igation, every 
claiip made baa been aacerlainud to have 
been well founded, and prompt reliel 
granted. As ibere is no proviaion in law 
for siding .persona not bavif.g a setliemvnt 
in the CoiiHnonweatth, all tiishuraemeni>' 
for this purpose arecletrly without author 
ity, yet It has always been practiced to ^ 
grea'cr or less extent aince our ineorfHtra- 
lion as a city. As the duty of ilecidmg 
on this clata of claims fails cbieflv on ih' 
Mayor, of cour«e the amount expendeii 
will depend on tbe tborouchneas ol the in 
vestigatiun and to whsl extent tiie heart i« 
allowed 10 a wat Ihe j jdtf ineot. i oouhl 
therefore advl*- (h •! an annual appropria- 
iii>n b« made for tbia epeciiic purpos-, 
which will ^ive the diatiuraenient the aa'ic 
tion of law. and il exhaiiated and aTuriher 
su<u req<iire<i draw the altm ion ot Ihe 
city council to the subjrct A* a general 
rule, It ujuM ad pr pei lo aaoiitt Umiliea 
w.ben Ibere arecbi'dren wbo in a few yeara 
WtH be of an tut lo be •rll--upporiing, bu' 
if, aa is often the caae, tbr- peraon Iiak tm 
Itniilv: or iflbe circ'imatance* uf tbe fam- 
ily are'such ih l they muat rely mainl> 
upon charity lor support, it is better to re 
move them at once tu t'le care ol the State 
The almhou-e and larm are in good con 
dilion. Uniier lh» management o' our rx- 
Lelieot auperiniendeni, Mr. Phelps, moch 
iif tbe lan>i bas been made highly produc 
live, yieldi' g an ample supply of vegeta 
hies, Hod otb-r products tor the u*e ol ih'> 
family and irimaiea. and a surplus which 
ha* h.-en »old in the market, tor which 
$2021 01 bas been received. 

hlFOBM KLHOOL. 

• 

Thia inatiiution, iniimaleiy connected 
with ibe ainishouae, and untler tb>- aam>- 
Keneral <'ipervi>ion. I cannot too strongly 
commend lo your favorable conaideralion 
(•a restr4f..lsrg- influenc- nn the b <ys of 
nur city, who havK been for the time led 
from the paths of reclitude^ean scarcely 
t>e estimated. At a recent examinatioi ol 
the acbool, the ex-rciaea wuulil have com- 
pared favorahly witb the pupils in any 
uf ib» -chotls in our eity of the s^m.- 
BiCe. Or-at credit is due lo Mr Wil 
liam A Lang, the superintendent, far 
bfa fidelity, and care fuf the moral 
intejl-ciual and physical *ducatioo of 
tba boys committed to Ids charge. Tiie 
number in ihe school, January 1, 1865 
wa* 41 ; admitted during the year 09; 
disch'tr){ed, 
nu<hb<-ri 51. 
ty are Irom 


creased the compensation neatly one bun- ' be advai oed by tha aaendm-nt of our oily 
dred per oont , hoping (hereby to prevent charter so as to allow a division igto aight 
tba avil. Thia locraaaa ol /Maapeataiion ivarda, witb oae aldcmao, and tbroa 


will add-largely to the expense ol the de 

rartment. 1 speak from experience wlien 
aajr tb^t tbe aasount allowed is aoi 
greater than tba service rendered. The 


qoaatioa arises, can any meibod be devised .entire change that ia olien made, in Ibe 


members ol the council Irooi each, elect- 
ed to serve fur two yesrs and so arrang- 
ed (bat one half of elob board should ro- 
tlrc annually. The frrq<ient and almoat 


to prater ve an cBcient depsri^ieot. and 
reduce tbe expenses 1 I think a solu'.ioo 
of Ibe queation may be found in this: 
Discontinue tba used haod-tngines snd 
subsiiiule steamers. We have now two 
steam aod ibrea band-engia«s. At tbe 
present rata of eoapenaation, if we com- 
pare ibaarcJativcooat ol maiotaioing ench, 
we have the following reault : A band- 
engine wi h 38 men, and the use of a 
b»sa al fires four nonlbs in the year, 
will coal $257u per yeari a steamer, wilit 
IS men, and ibe board of iwoiiorset, 
and the consisnt employmeut of a driver, 
will cast $2,200.20 per ye«r,showing a l)al- 
anca in lavur of the aieamer of $350 per 
year, liy a resolution of the council ot 
last year, tbe committee on fire depart- 
ment were aulborixed to contract fur a 
steam fiie engine, and batid a bouse and 
itabe on Mid ile Street of sufficient ca 
pacity to convene two steamers and the 
horses, as per plan submitten by the som- 
millee, tbe estimated oost of which was 
reported to be $3500. Tbe steamer hst 
been contracted far, and will be ready in 
March. Tbe building has been erected, 
and will soon be completed, 'there b«a 
now been expended on the buil<Jing $5, 
967 89, and ii will require piubably about 
SIOUU more to complete iu If my augges- 
lion to substitute steamers should b<- 
adopted, 1 would recommmd the purchase 
of the vacant lot adj<iining the engine 
house on Middlesex Sireet, and thai ibe 
bouse be enlarged lo coneene two steam- 
ers and their bor<es, aiao thai aioihcr en- 
gine be purchased (or this locality. Tbu 
arrangement would give us the force of 
four sieamets, two at each h mae. One 
pair of horses should be kept always lu 
readiness in each house. The second engine 
might b** drawn by the street teams in the' 
day lime and the borsea looged and kept si 
the engine bouse. when nut al work, read., 
fur immediate use. Tnis _Aifrangemeni 
would reqiirv an expenditure ot abwiit 
ten iliousaod dollars, «i>d if we otimate 
one sieauier as ellective as two batid- 
en^iiirS, would add une-righib t'our.el- 
trctive force, and make au annual aaving 
of three ihouiaiid dullars. I'ne depiit- 
m-ni baa tieen called o^ 54 tim>s during 
tb*- year, 20 -d wbtcb wt-re by faUr al am- 
or firrs out uf tiie city. The loa>es b.i 
(ire during Ibe year have been eatitua^'d 
at S'6 1,392 i intaraoce. $44 562 in cuu- 
>eq>ience uf tbe erection u' me huM»e on 
•.I' oie Sir. el, which wa* not coniraip:a<ed 
in maKing the apprupiiatioo, it has been 
found uece-sary to make a large trtiislrr 
to the apptupriaf.on ibi> Mppiupfaion 
«ras oveidrawn, Jan. 1, 1865, klOl 50. 
Appropriated, in 1864, «l5 0uO; trana- 
terred Irom corporntion tax $8U0U ; ex- 
p^ndit'ires, §20 743.82; balance uouiawn, 
$2.42 87. . 

rOLICB 


election of members to tbe oily couneil is 
injurious to tbe inieresl of tha citv. It is 
Impostible (or a couneil oompoaetJ of new 
members, (whatever their qualilicatioos in 
other r/L'specta) lo discbarge tbeir varioua 
duties with equal value lo the city as 
Iboae wbo bava become lamiliar with Ihe 
duties, and sia fully acquainted with all 
the transitctions ol tbe previous yesr. V 
would commend this subject to your de- 
liberate judgment and action. 

INTBtiDL'CTIOM OF WATBR'. 

Ibe q'jeslinn o( the introduction of water 
into the city has at various limes been the 
aubject of municipal action. First in 
1838, liy a report of a aelrat oommiltee 
appuiiiied fn'r that purpose ; again in 1848, 
(he tiuunril lor that year investigated the 
subject, and ihe committee presented an 
elaborate report, embracing ealimates 
made by W. E. Worthen, Eaq , a practi- 
cal engineer. In 1860, tha matter was 
again revived and a repoit made, oommo- 
nicating some surveys made, and referring 
tbe subject lo tbe next council. The last 
year a special committee waa appointed, 
who near ihe cliae of tbe year preaented 
tbeir report, whieh aaa been printed for 
dialrihuiion. It is evident that a large 
porii<<n ul our citixens are desirous tbai 
some action should be had witb reference 
10 practical results. A work of suci) 
msgniiuife should not be entered upon 
without a thorough inccsiigation and the 
presentation ol careful eaiimalca. In or- 
der (o arrive at these rcsulia, 1 woald ad- 
vise that a commission of three competent 
persons 'be appointed, empowered to make 
the necessary surveys and climates, and 
report ai early in tbe year as praeiie*ble. 
FIN/INCK 

Tha whole ainonnt received into the 
Treaaury the paat yvwr Includhig 
balance on hand January I, .tia5, waa 9810,494.40 

Amotui^paid uut during the saoie time 
^aa ..,....■......•......•.•-...•.•••• 


Mr. Walker, of Ward 4, was appoiotod "RloTilc-ftf « I 
to notify (be Board of AldermoB tbht i^^i""*******"^^2J I 
Couneil bad orgaaised. 

C4oie< of Ci/y Cltrk and Tn—urtr, 
la a Convcniioo of tbo two Boarda held 
for tbe electioo of City Clark aod City 
Treasurer, the (oUowiog waa the result of 
(ba balloting 

OITT OtBBKt, 

It 


4 


While numtMrof vntas, 
Kreeaa*r)r fur a e* oloa. 

Joba U. McAlvIn ha4 

L. W. Iluntlnalou. ! .'' 

O. A.Usrry ^ ^^ 

Mr. MeAlfin waf declared elseted, and 
tbe oBlb of ofOoa adaioiatarod to bim by 
the Mayor. 

CITT TBBAaVBBKI 
Wbola naasbrr of vo(e% .^z^z^ i- 
Meccsaarjr lor a ch lex, 
Tbwnia* O. Osiritb bad as 

Mr Gerrish was declared eleetcd. 

ConcumbkNT bi;bimim. The raloa and 
orders of Iht laat Board were adopted an- 
til otherwise ordered, also the joiot rules 
and orders in concurrence. 

A joint resolution was adopted appoint- 
ing Tbomas G^errisb Collector of Taxes. 

A joint resolution was adopted lo print 
2000 copies ot the Jijtsyor's address. 

hattottng for City Ufiitm. Tbe fol- 
lowing is the result of tbe balloting in each 
Bjard, in concur^noe, for different offi 
•ers, tbe first name under each office ba- 
ing that of the successful candidate : — 

Ald. C. C. 
CITT mabsbal: 
Whole nnmlier of votes, 
Ms eaaary f.>r a cb>.ioc^ 

Die r.ii>l l.an.f had 

B. V. O'd'iard 

J. e. (iru«h 

ii. O. Weymouth 

Levi Urvwa 


Blankets I ! 

• \ . * 

1000 BLAi\KBT8 

This day received direct f,„m Qov.romeot'flale, 

At $9.00 eaoha 


.—AMO— . 


1200 ALL UM\ 8EKKT8, 
At $1.00 eaoh.' 


too iwm cuvKfts, 


/. 


At $2.00 eaoQ. 


4. I.eavlnf a cash balance 

'^liere la due the citv for tatea for IMi 

Amount due from the t^ommoii wealth 

fur muiii'y paid aa dlate Aid iu IMS 

fur 1 9o4 .*.•• ....••....•■..•■« 

rur Itlod. ••••••••• ••••••••••••• 

Whole amount due from the State... 

Whole amount due the city, including 

caah on band and taxva of 194i 

There ia alao due from the city as 

pirinuiieiit loun. . . 
Bllla un driifl unpaid 


I 


•4 

U 


14 

a 

8 

a 
1 


AvoiTOK or 

Wh<>le nnmlter <.f votas, 

N c«aaai> Nil aeitni.e^ 

Oeuige Oardi sr b.t4 


ACCOVNTS: 


t 
• 

ai'PBKiNTKMDBBT Ot aTBBBra: 


t« 


u 


94 
18 


eaasaaaaa aaaeiai 
■ aaaaaeaaaaaeaBaa 


the 

58; remaining, 52; average 
Of thoaanww u).«»«ies, i^^m- 

tbe city of tJHeUea. Tlieae 
are admitted ui.der an arrangement ma<1e 
in 1864 ' Tba city receives $1 75 p^r 
week lor escb pupil. The amount ti- the 
credit of the appropriation for the poor, 
with Ihe I'ndrawn balinieof IH64. waa 
$16 475 90; expendinwea, ftl4 652.29;— 
balance undrawn, $1 823 31 

BOAD8 AMD BHIUUF.S. 

Thia dr-partxeni, on tbe care of which 
depends ao much of the salety and con- 
venience of nur citisers, i^ generally in 
good condition. Ine spring rains ihe 
past yesr did nnt maJerially lijdre the 
roafis by wsabing;; ibis relieved tbe de- 
partment in the carl> part of Ihe year 
from much of Ihe n^ual repairing, and 
enabled the superintendent to i.evoie more 
lihor on roacadamizing snd ober perma- 
nent improvements. The following streets 
have been macadamized the «hole lengthy 
or io part : 


T&3,149.»4 

$68,3<«.73 

1»,011.78 

A.-VM W 

M,7-i3.00 

|T1,«3I).18 

t)34.240.30 

•453,00(1.00 
U,5li7.1» 

Total iiidcbtcdneai of the city t4M.&87.1& 
Deduct nniouut due the city I3t, 4U.3U 

Balance of debt i332,'i4«.U 

Il aliuulil be stated that, during the early 
part ol 1865, it waa fd^iid impraiiicable to 
meet the ileuiands upon the treasury by 
lemporHry loans. _A peimaneni loan for 
$l2'J.tlllO waa negotialtd in anticipation of 
laxea and money to l)e received from tbe 
slate. Wi h tbe ordinary taxation of tbe 
present year, at leaat One hundred thousand 
A well organised police force Is essential ' dollars of the permanent debl^ay be paid 
lo prrServe the eafeiy and good order of in Oitob»-r n-xl 
our ciiixens, a., d for the prom,it detection Oeutltmen : 1 bav«> given you an out- 
of the viulaiora of law. ine expeuae in line of our mi^nictpal affairs, Bi.d suggested 
a ciiy like ours must of necessity be large, auci, measures as in m> judgment the wanta 
a tax which virtue mu*t pay to viie. In nr- ' of our <li> require. Imploring the direc- 
Jer to secure the desired results, the men tion ot tbe great Uul|^ of Ibe univiese, lot 
appointed to this duty should be such as ua pmce-d to our seVepal duties,' with a 
have tne entire coi.ttdena of ihe commu- fixed diatermination faithlully and fearleas- 
nily, and whose livea in (jhvale shall nut ly to p/rlorm them, so that when Ihe lime 
be a reproach to their olliciai acts. As it comes for ua to reaign our irnsis into other 
has been my endfavor in ihe past, s<> it hands, our conaiituenis shall bavw no joat 
• III le in the future, lo secure for these cause lo r.giel the coufidence they bavc 
positions m«o of integrity and efficiency, placed in us. 
who will faithfully periorm their duty wiib- 
oui lavor to any class of oflanders. If I 
fail in tbia il will be becauae I am mistak 
en in the characier of the mra selected 
>ure 1 am that no man will bo employed 
in this Service, at my soggealiuu, wtio viu- 
latea law bimaelf or countenances ila vio- 
la ion in othera. 

Having given you my opinion what 
abould constitute an rfliciertt police force., tbe election of City Clerk and City Tree 
1 may perbapa be excused if I freely ex- lurer. 

picas my opinion aa to the best m^a s IO Common Cou-vclL. After tha retire- 
obtain it. Judging feom my limited ex- , .u m . i au ' # ■■ 

pmence I ahtmid e^, «^ beeMaltnuty, rr- «"" «' t". Mayor and Aldenp.n. follow 
move the app> intiiig power from tbe in- ing the Mayor's atldress, the Common 
fluence ol our local elections, or in other Council was called to order by Jonathan 
word., make tbo police force ol every city j^^„,^„^ „f >V„d p,,.^ |he senior mem- 

a State or. anix^iion. Ih-ir services are . . a . , . . .u n j 

I I :.. .r . i .. kt .,. 1.— ber who first occupied a seat at the Dusrd 

mainly required in enf rcing.n ate laws '^ 

Of ibe 1579 arrests made in this city due* in 1855. The Council proceed to ballot 
ing the paat year, only 4 per cent, were for a Clerk witb ihe following result :— 

for the violation ol municipal laws. Let wh le i>umlH-r of rolea, — -~ 34 

Ibe men feel that tbeir tenure ol service M.(.e»a»ry f.-ravh ic.'. U 

.... ,. r 'I UvuieoUardiicr hjd 34 

dependa out on the result of a municipal .. * , . . , .... . 

election. r.. cfleet this, ia no portion of Mr. Gardner was declared elected and 
tbeie official duly. li is tbeir right and the oaih of office sdminister|d to him by 
duty lo vote ^t all ele<:iion», but for whom a. F Jewett, Kaq., a member of the 

Council. Mr. Gardner presided onlil a 
President was chosen. 

The Couneil nest proceeded to ballot 


is 
1 


Whole numt>er • f voica, 9 

^et)• (try for a cho c^h 8 

Wilder Beani'll likd > • 

a. M. llaKUne "' X, 

Fraocia Ooaard 

OITT bmombbb; ^- 

Wlm'e nainl>er of roua, ( « I t ** 

Kaoeaaary tor a eboioe, t J f IS 

Blcbaid W. Balier bad T •84 

CITT aOLICITOB: 

Whole namber of votas 
Neo-aaary tor a choice, 

t.'b-Ml aCowler had 

J. N. Maraaall 

Tappan Wentworth 

Ov' . l<ievi ua 

O. r. KIcliard'OO 

D. H. itich.rtiaoa 

The Board of Alderneo refused to bal- 
lot. 

CITT LIBBABIAN: 

Whole aamhnr af v lea, • 

Nacta-arji tor a choice. -._,,_ ..§.. 

(]i«'r.ie C. Kdwarda had • 

J. J. Furbuah . 

A. B. WrlKht 


THKSK AWC BAKQAINS AND WOUTHT OF 

ATTKNTiON I 

THE HOLIDAYS 

« f 

AHB NEAH. 

Aod our atoek of 

Uholce Dress Goods 

baa attractlonslBt 

Purohasers of Olfta. ^ 

«- We will sell at LOWEST CASH PRICKS. 

ttlKTSHORN, uTlL & WU0D8» 

OABLETON BLOCK;, 
138 Menimack Street. 

- dkt|f 


decl» 


DRY GOOD!$ 


AT 



8 

8 

•1 

(4 

24 

IS 

l:< 

11 

10 

U 

18 


11 

It 


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1 






4 
24 
13 
10 
14 


IS 


kUYKS ft TIJtKErS, 

Carletoa Block, 134 JHerrimack 


BU 


80 

a 
1 


After the reading of the Mayor's ad- 
dress, the Msyor and Aldermen retired to 
their room. 

Board op AldcbmC5. After tbo pre- 
liminary proceeoirga in Convention, and 
Ihe delivery of the Mayor's address, two 
separate conveiUions were proposed for 


Loreiiso G. Howe was finally chosen 
Superintendent of I'ublio Buildings, the 
Aldermen first electing W. T. Fuller, and 
the Council, J. L. Draper. 

For City Pbysieisn there was no eboice, 
tbe Board of Aldermen electing Dr. Na- 
than Allen, and Council, Dr. G. K. Pink- 
ham. [Wo shall give the balloiiogs to- 
morrow ] 

Aldermen C. W. Dodge and Josiah 
Gates, and Mesare. Jae 'b Baron, J. V. 
Keyes, £. C. Uice, B. L. Googios, Jona. 
Johnson, and L. C. Dodge, were chosen 
Overseers of tbe Poor. 

The Council elected L. L Perrin, W. G. 
Morse. J. 8. Pollard, J. A. BoiTrick, Chaa. 
llubbsrd and George Wilkios, Directors 
of Ike Library. Tbe Aldermen non-coo- 
corred in electing Messrs. Mere, Buttrick 
and Wilkius, and elected C. F. Hard, 8 
A. McPhetres and O. F. Morey in place of 
the otheri Tbe Couneil adjourned be 
file a ballet waa taksn to fill the vaoan- 
ies. 

Tbi regular meeiingi of tba Citj Gat. „ 
ernment will be held on the second and 
fourth luesday evenings of each month. 


BABQAJN8 IN DRY GOODS. 

M ps. niaek ALI'ACCAS, tO eU. to 92.00. 
200 pa. Cord " 60 cu. worth T*. ' 

100 pa • •• flne, 7» cia. 

100 pa. PLAID POPLINS, 75c. worth ML .^j,^ 

» ps. TIIIBKTS, all ahndna. 

85 pa.ALL W(M)L POPLINS. i~ 

100 pa. MOUKNINO OOOD8, flne qaallty. 
BALMORAL SKIRTe, a full aaaortmant. 
DOMESTICS and FLANNELS in every vaHety. 
CLOAK9I CLUAKN I OLoAKSI . 
READY MADE AND MADE TO ORDKS. 
Wo employ an i-xpvrioncvd cutter, and make te 
order any atyle desired. 

MANtirACTOBT, 

Rcom Ao. II • i-rlttoB ''lork, 
octST MERRIMACK STREET. — 


DEAFNESS. 

With every Disease wbloh in- 
fssts the Human Body. 

DEAFNESH.A'oUaa in tht lUad, DiMcJnirffes/V>om 
the /-.iir, CdliinA, Aftirnlj/in, Ithrumntium ,Attk 
ma, Sero/uUi, (otuulltytiini, Uromkuil A^rciUnU, 
Tkmni iHfltmlUrt, l>Uni»r4 Kprn, lA>»»nf Hmir, 
D%imttrpmiti. l-'nl-trgrmrnt II/ tht Lirtr, IHtnite* qf 
Ihr Kidiiryt, ('onili/jiilloti, (Irnvrl, I'ilet, I'liraly- 
fit, with all and every diaeaae which Inrcats the 
human body, cured elTvctually by 

Mre. M. «. UUOH'N*h 

HETAPBYSICAL DISCOVCBY! 

PRICE $4.00. 

S410 Arch atreet, Philadelphia, 
IS IVraberton Hqiire, DoaVonf '\" 
16 Rnjid ajreel. New Vor*. (Af- 


OmcBA 


Feet 

Pquare 

LciiKtb. 

Yiirda. 

IkW 

\-iil> 

a4ii 

<iA 

1125 

Sft-ij 

171 

»UW 

616 

ISt'S 

6.1 

21)4 

l«l 

480 

<e8 

010 

XS>& 

7Wi) 

1«H 

4M 

,. 'M 

18«i 

'JU 

175U 

MM 

42UU 


Andover. ...••.«*..*•... 

KridKe 

Broadway 

C»i')ol ...... .....•••.•*. 

<Jli»rlea • ' 

Dutton 

J At- k. oil. ...*• 

Ma*ki't 

Miitdleaex 

i Hhiitluck 

^*choc>l ......a 

Thoriidlke 

Wvateni Avenue 

H tug itoijd leet In lengih ol sitc'tt, and 
27 408 •({ lare yards. The alone have 
b-eii laid Irom six to ten inches in ihick- 
nrsa, accor-iing lo locality and amount ul 
irav I. Tbi; exiienae, inclu<liug stone 
purchased, keeping the ''cruaher,'* In re- 
pair, ai.d other incidental expenses, has 
been 17 cents per >quare >ar<l. I ihink 
these strecs will require no fur'ber re- 
pairs for several ) ears I'be cheapnean and 
durability of streets tbu* made io'iures me 
to recommend that tbe syst*'m be exten- 
olvely continued. The facility with which 
vei diets are obtained against the city fur 
alleged defects in ibe streets or sidewalka, 
induces many peraona In bring actions for 
damages sustained which are Ihe result of 
tbeir own uarelMaaneas rattier than the 
fault of the city. During the paat year 
but ooe>*Bution bas been brought fur al- 
leged defect In the street. I'hiscase was 
so obvioualy the result of carele«s driving 
on a private way, rather than from any 
defect in the street, that I .have made no 
attempt at aetllement. E'here have been 
several suits for alleged defects in the side- 
walks, generally from ice, but in no single 
inrtance do I think the city is or ought to 
b« heM lisble, and i advise, that they be 
allowed to be settled by Ihe courts, if the 
parlies interested so desire. Tbe amount 
Credited to ibis appropriation, with the 
undrawn balance ol IH04. waa %2iM'i-- 
29; expenditures, 921,779 69; balance 
undrawn, «3,644 00. 

riHK OXPABTMENT. 

Tbe elTeciive foree of the fire depart, 
ment has not .been changed during the 
past year. Tbe frequent ebaoget of mem- 
bers in the several companies, amounting 
io eight months lo tbree-tourihs of the 
entire force, has been injurious lo tbe in- 
forests of the department. Tba low rate 
of compensation hss been the alleged 
cause ol the frequent changes. To reme- 
dj tbl8| Ihe oity .oouomI lo JNot eiBber io* 


should never be questioned. 1 ask, in all 

candor, can the rcaults be attained under 

our preoBnt system ? 1 think not. The 

only way in which I can account for the | 

sei^ming reluctance and ^>^giect of Ihe de- fjr a I'reaident, witb tbe fallowing result; 

pa iment tu execute puaiiive orders for 

tbe prosecution of known violations of 

law, is, that il migbi endanger t: Oir olGcial 

stanilii g in i-he luture, should the policy of 

uiuniciptl admitiiatratlon l>e changed. It 

has bevn ry endeavor tu have all laws lor 

tbe auppre-siou ot crime impariiall) en 

1 .iced That greater success has not at 

teiiiied there ellui is, 1 aiiributeio tbe causes 

before named 

The entire lorce now employed consists 
ol 24 me>>, live sc ing as day poiioe, the 
O'neis on the niKbt |>airnl. The appre- 
priniton for police, with the undrswn bal- 
Horr of 1864 wsa i'24,G23 'ib Of this 
am lunt (4UiiO wa« ifanafrrred from tbe 
corpiirnti in <as of 1864 Kxpendnures, 
$23,7!«1>.4U; balanoe uadrawn. fttULTU. 

CtlMMoNB 

The amount to tbe credit of this appro- 
priation was 


Kipcndlturea. 
Ovi-rdrawu... 


.•*.•.....••...... 


.......a 


Ul thi< am. mot $550 72 waa expended on 
.Monument S<|'iare. Ihe balance, in fnnc- 
inn Mount Vrrn n Square in Centralville, 
and grading tne embankment on tbe 8out!i 
CuinuiVn. 


PRINTING AMD ADVIRTISIN'G 

Credlta. . .' 

Kzpvndlturoa 
Uulaiice uudrawn 


Whole I'liinlter of volea, 34 

Nuo aa'<r> IT a eiiulco. U 

GuatMvua A. Oe ry, ~'- !• 

Aiidrfw K. Jewell, 7 

Kredirlck T. North, 1 

.Mr. Gerry was declsred elected and 
eondueied to the chair by Messrs. Jew- 
ett and WriKht, and addressed tbe Com- 
mon I ouni-il as follows : 

AUUBKbS or rtUSlDKNT OKRRT. 
Ocnili ra>in of the Common Council : I 
thank ) ou lor the honor you have conferred 
on me by elenlin^ me to preside over your 
deliberations during the coming vear ; and 
in accepting tbe poiiiiuD, alliw me to say 
that ill the discharge o( the duties of tbe 
office I 'hall need your kind indulg-nce, 
and I know I eball leceive it cordially and 
iiiib*-»itatingly. 

Gentlemen, it is our good fortune to en- 
t>-r upon our duties under more favorable 
$1,404.99 auspices than have our predecessors (or 
l,i«:i 82 |j,M pa,.t Hve yesrs. The stupendous re- 
bullion which almost overwhelmed us dur- 
ing that period has passed away and peace 
oncM mine saniles upon our land, our na- 
tii'ii's H<ig waves proudly over every foot 
of roll ever claimed in our dominions. 
By the prowest ol our arms we have con. 
querrd a peace and with il has eoota ao 


It has been aicertained that J. Dickin- 
son Ktpley, of Norwich, Ct., was burned 
to death on board the ateamrr Common- 
wealth, at tbe time of the accident In 
Orotdn. Ue was a nephTW of Gov. Buck- 
ingham. 



1».8U 


a a a a a a a 


$r,Mjl.36 undivided country and lilxny lo all 

''suamI '" ^ accoinplislim-nt of this grand 

r»"iili L "Well haa not been behind. No, 

AU .... .. (be bas ever been in advaroe of other cii« 

■ •*....... .. .,..«ao,64B,iO 

••••.•. .......... 


LIOllTlfiO STREETS AND PUBLIC BUM.DINOH 

CrrdlU ..": 

Kxpeiidlturea ... 
Uai.iiice uudrawn 

One g«a and eleven oil lights have been 
added during tbe year. 

CITY LIBBARY. 

Amount of credlta |i3,055.M, 

Kxpoiiditurea 1,6:17 08 

Balance undrawn 40(1.110 

Kor the details of the operations ol this 
department I refer you to tbe report of 
the Directors. 

Ward BnUMDRiF.t 
By an set of tne legislature cities are 
empowered lo change their ward bounda- 
ries each decenidal tear, commencing wiih 
1865. Tbe inequality in ibo number of 
the population m the differsnt wards in- 
duced tbe Council of laat year to refer Ihe 
sulij'-ct to a special committee. As our 
oily II trsvrrsed by the Merrimsck and 
Concord rivers, il was found impractica- 
ble to make a nsw division, rttainlng the 
prsseni number, ostablishing well-defined 
lines and an equal population in kaeh 
ward. Tha eommliiee ueoide l to re com 
m'Hd no action. Tbeir deoision wss ac- 
quiesced in by the Council. 1 am of ih>- 


7,1131.76 i*^* "I ''>** periormance ol her dt; ies. 

lioai.ui , Hers IS n proud record. It waa the blood 
of ber ciiict^ns that firat flowed ia the con- 
teat, and from that time she has promptly 
answered every demand m^de upon her to 
aaalat ii« preserving a nation's life sgainst 
armed rebellion. She has acquired a his- 
toric lame and haa the proud satisfaction 
of being forever numbered anuog tbe 
modumertial cities of our country. 

But, gentlemen, this is no lime or place 
to indulge in lau.lations of praise to.our 
city I We come here to work. Tbe war 
and *<h« duties aod responsibilities it 
brought upon us have passed away, and 
we can now devote our energies to tna in- 
leresis and well being of our eitisens. 
Many important meaaures will no doubt 
be brought hefire you, requiring year can- 
did eonaideration and ao.lon, and 1 am 
well assured that you will dispose of them 
in a manner that wilt^aat sut)ssrva tba 
interests of the wbole'i^munity. Gen- 
tlomen, yoo koQW yoarllaties MMer thaa 
any poor words ol mine can desoribs. 
rherefore) thanking you again for tha hon- 
or oonfcrrad on ma, wa will prooasd at 


NOT EXHAUSTED ^ETI 

Notwlthatnnding so mnny were made happy by 
receiving Chrlatinas (llfla from tha choice aaaori- 
msut of FANCY UOOD8 at 

KNOWLVa BBU8% 
114 MEKRIflACK STREBT. 

they atlll have en band and intend to keep the best 

aaaurliuent uf 

FANCY ARTICLES 

that ean bo found In I..nweU or vicinity, conalat- 
liig of 

Elegant Writing Deaks, Work Boxes, Albums, 
Portfuiloa, Portemonatea, Fans, Opera (Itasaaa, 
■Vttnvy Oomha, Ladiaa' Compaiiifina, Ladira' uiid 
Heiita' Drvaaliig Caaua, ilaiidkcrchlef and tilove 
Uuxea. Crllibiigr and Checker lioarda, <'heaam>'ii 
and Domlnoea. Watch and Cigar Hlaiida, I'ockcl 
Cutlery, Card Caaes, wiih a flua aast rimeut of 

Sootch Pi aid Goods, 

Umbrellaa, Genta' Canea. Trunka, Valltei and 
t'Hrpcl Hiiga of their own mnnufaduru, and the 
very beat aaaor ment uf Ladiea' Turkey Morocco 
Travelling Bags, ate.) etc. 

We alao wlah the public to rememtker that If 
they would have Ihe LA I'KelT r4TVKK8 and 
BK4T I^UALlliKS ot Ladlaa*, Ueota' and Child- 

reu'a " v 

Boots, Sho^s and Rubbers, 

they ean always And Ibem at 

Mo. 114 Me^iaaaek Itreet. 

with their stock can be found the C O D man's 
warruiiu-d >,Buols and Hlloea. AH of which they 
aell al Ihu 

LOWEST MARKET PRICES. 

LADlfc^S! . ' 

We wlah to call your attention io our stock of 

UaalB WOHK, 


which Includes Back Bands, Wigs, Front Pieeea, 

Coll lUU, Waur fnll Cuahloua, lUU and Mice 

I'uifa, ale., «to. 

P. 8.— Trunka. Vallaea, Umbrellas and Paraaola 
repairvd at abort nollee. 

K^OWLBS BRU4, 

ffio. 114 Merrioaack Straeiu\ 
Lowell, Jan. 1, ISSS. \tM\«\f 


ter May 1, No. 61 Bond at., two duora trolo Bow 
ery.) 

From a life of atndyt oboerra- 
tlon, and npi-rhmre, and yeara 
of nrncllcHJ appllrallnn of mjf 
■■ y«ia|>liyaii-al Oiactivrry '' on 
thoiiaunila of illaeaaed men, wo- 
men and children, I have Juatly 
come to the ronclualon that ev- 
ery f;imlly In Ihe land, who wlah 
lo gi-l rid of illavnai; and keen U _ 
at buy, muat hare my Metaphy- 
airal DIacovery alwnyaon hand. Ilia a cerUin 
preventive against diaeaae. It also treata and de- 
stroys the cauae of dla<-a»e, eoiiast)it<-iitly the ef • 
(crta die, beeinnlng wllli Deafiieaa, Cntnrrh.lthea- 
mHllam, NrurntKin, with every diacaae man, wo- 
man or child la heir to. 

It la the only safevuard agalnat Cholera. It 
cleanaea every aewer of the human body, hardens 
the fleah, and purlfiea the blmid. In conaequence 
of the above -facia, I have llila day reduced tha 
prlre. an aa to leave no barrier in the way of tbi 
disttaaed. 

Tlia package ronalsts of three boltlea, one uae4 
for lbs Kyea, one for the Kara, and one for Ilia 
Healp. Tneae three work In ronjunetliin, naaaliig 
Into llie ayaO-m by nl»orpiloii,tliua killing tne very 
root of the diaeaae, wlilcii la In a apc<'lflc locality la 
the head. 

My MeUphyalcal Dlaroverv ia packed in a neat 
wooden caae, and will be deapiitched lo any nirt 
of the world on receipt of lhi> price, whtrh wllIlM, 
from thia 2.Mh dny of Novrmlier, aold at $4.UU per 
parknire. or three parknKca, SIO.UO. 

Celebrated Poor Itiehard'a Kyn Water. Larga 
aize, $1 per bottle, or alx Imllica for S5. Hmnll alts • • 
50 ccnia. He Ip Itenov.iior fl, .or alz bottlea for 
$5. The medletaes oan be obliUaed through yo ug 
druggists. 

Cara of Catarrh, Aathmn, Ar. '^T' 

.Inly It, 1SS4. 
Maa. CnXEVKB, residing nt No. 02 Allen atreet, 
Boston, aaya : " I hiive been rouhled for four 
yeura with aore throat. For two years I auffered 
with rniHrrh and Kri'»l diailniaa in my hend, al- 
moat rnualne in» to full. I aiilTcn'd grt-ally with 
aathmA.n~l>vtng hereditary in the family. I wae 
dlaraacd all over. I rntild not ko where Iheru waa 
any dual. I had great pwlna in my head nnd noek. 
I have aulTcrcd iniicli with cidd feet. '^'h« lionea in 
my neck wrro drawn out of place with the aath 
mi*, and my thr«iat looked llku raw bt^'f. After 
applying to varioua phyaiciana and ohlnlng no re- 
liif, I llnally applied to Mra. M.O Brown, by 
whoae medlclnea I Imvo been ao murh b'eiiellltea 
that I am now like another woiniin. Fni-ini-rly tha 
leaat eipoaiirc u«vk me rold ; I could not go to the 
door with my hend uncovered without an Mltoek 
of the aalhma. My aalhma la now untludy gone. 
My catarrh bna wholly diaiippenred. I Tell wcalt 
niid languid for many yeara, ao thnt I waa a har- 
den to myaelf. The coldneaa of my feet haa dla- 
a|)peare(l, nnd I feel a genernl circulation through 
my enlire ayatem, cnuaing me to be, iia formerly, 
full of af renifth and viviirlly, and can attend to 
houaehold dulMa aa Well aa en-r I did In my Ufa." 

For aale by F. a K. BAILEY, anreeaaora to 8. 
Kidder, Jr. Ik Co., rnr. Mi-rrininrk and Johnala; 
<;. K. KIMBALL, Wymuna Kxnhnn«e; F. H. 
ItllTLKIt & CO., cor. Central and Jaekaon atrofU, 
and all DroggUla, tpp ^ ,„;f,r d«c2udAtly 

BATUHBI.0R'S BAIR DTB t 

The Original and Beat In Ihe World I Tbe only 
true and perfect Hair Dye. Ilarmleas, Reliabr 
and Inatanlnncoua. Producea Immediately aaplen 
did Black or natural Brown, without liijurl 
hair or akin. Itemedlea the ill cffecta of bad 
Bold by all DrugglaU. The genuine la aigned V <1 
Ham A. Batchelor. Alao, ^ 

ItKGKNEItATINO KXTHAOT OK MILLK 

FLKUK". 
for Realoring aiirf rteaiitifying the ITalr. 
OUAULEd JATOUKLrOIt, New Yobb. 
, O d'Afly 


1 aplen- ^ 
ng Ihe ^' 
Idyes ^ 


opioioB that tbe iotatost ef our utjr would I osoa to tba wotk baf^ra as. 


FOUUTH VISIT. 

Dr. H. A. OAKS/ 

OF ALBANY, N. T., 
Will make his fourth visit at Lowell, at tbe 

AM RBIOAir HOlXaB, 

MONDAY, Jaeaary atd, 

TUaaOAT, Janaarr tM. 

It. D.— All letUrs of inquiry muM be addressed 


Bev»4tf 


U. A. OAKB, M. D.. 
Bpa en Aliiany, N. 


T. 


K 


WAVTJtD. 

HOtTSKMAID and a Naraa Maid attl Dnttoa 
Btreat, corner of Monumaol B<iuars. 
well, Nov. aSth. isa«. nevtSdif 


CARD RBCRlVBRa. 

NEW STTLEfl Jnat reealved al A. 
MOMN'S, wlU be saMabaap. 


SAU' 


anglT 


4^ THE ONLY UELIABLK REMEDY fbr 
Dark Bpot» upon the Face la PrRBV'a Moth and 
Freckle bollon. Hold by drunKlaia evrrywhera.— 
\{fu*k» f Potter, 170 Wnahlogtdii atreet, IioalOM| 
Wlloiaa<le Agenta for Masaarhuaetla. Also for 
sala In/iloalon by Ueo. O. Uood win A Co., SS Maa- 
ovsr at-««ii •»<> *'• ^< Uurr k Oo., iiS Trsmout a*. 

aaptiu sp dt«« 

""diTmATTISON, of Providence, treata eigfa 
sively.all speeial diaoaaaa and aooidenta. reealling 
from imprudence ih both aetea, giving them his 
wiho^ atlenHon. Dr. M . la a thoroughly eduoata4 

Itbyrolon of over twenty years' eiperlenoe, l>ear- 
ng lie bighsst taatlmonlara, and undoubtedly pea 
aaew.a anpaHor akill In that niaaa of diaeases lo 
wM>'b hs nas devoted so murh lime and altentlaa. 
Pet lOna at a diatanoe, aud ladiea eapeulally, hav- 
ing' >ny trouble of the kind, should be aure and 
eonuult him. 8ee advertlaemeiil of his Snrt Aaa 
tiietfor HptekU ZMssosss, In this papar. , , 

laai . sp Aafl/g 


To the l^ndlea. 

use PERRY'* MOTH AND FRECKLE I/O- 
TtON. wblsh Is at onee prompt, infallible, barm- 
lesk. Preparsd only by Dr. B. C. Paaav, 40 BoM 
street. New York. Fur sale by all draggtsU/» 

«, as B«r boMla. Band for efrsular. 

f«*r sp --Wkrtm 




^ — «-li''ara and HotMBora. . 

^a Kbave Jii.t renived an •••'"^V" ' » «'' ^tJ|[ 
A> inoar's ceUbrulrd hhesra and ttcl .or^wHW" 

wo are .«l.ln« -t^ow ,ol..^.^ ^ BARTLK'nV 

ISSCfiilraleitfat. 


dcc2t 

'wonk'a Mouldera* TooIb- 

aOOl. viirletv of .I/Of 7./;£/(V TOOLS for 

JiiL 
ee2l 


-■*,"' 1311 Central atreet. 


J. H. UILMAN, M. D., 

PHYSICIAN AND SIRGEON, 

aroa. Itoua.. «»- M.^rr.mack^.nd Kirk ...e... 

. r-^~~^ 

MARBIAOK8. 


^iw fiKTKNIIOLM'H.Ward'a and Uurkenahnw'a 
\% I'OrhtyrCtrr/.hHY-m il..e u.aorlmem 

,„ atoek and fu. .«'» |;{,j^.^. jt EAH TI.KTT. 
- 4ce«l 1 30 Ceiitriil atr«et._ 

ICTMA INSURANCE CO. 

Uartlrru. Conn. 

mcoitroRATBO i«i»r 

Capital and Surplus. M,128,8M.''5 

Barttord Fire Ins. Oo. 

Hartford, Cobb. 
IBCOaPOBATBD lil*. 

Capital and Surplus,.. |L!00,OOC 

\orU ABfricaa Hreln*. Co. 

Harlford, Conn. .. 

CapiUl and Surplus |I84,01U.4» 

Western Mass. Ins. Oo 

piitstleia. mssB. I 

Capital and Surplus $115.0011. 

The above Companies writeon property at a' 

|o« rated as other '"'g?"'^* "S^fffiRRs h,, 
"lES wr tt«n on DWKLLINO H0U8BH*n( 
jTelr contents, and CliUHCUBS. for ONB o 
FiVB years. 

NO A881SH»MKNT IN ANY CASK. 

5uccesM)rto tbe late K. J. BI^^HIMONI 
Firat National B.«nk Unildiag. 

Q.t. 1. IK ? octldatttf 

A t'oiign, « oWl, or sore 
Tliiont, 

■r.Qf.iiiea immediate attestiow awo should 

BE CIIECaiD. IP ALLOWED TO COMTINUE, 

Irr.t tian a. tha L—aa- a Pe.»a..eai Threat 
Adect aa. er aa aearaWe Lang Dlaease 

IS OfTEN TIIE BF.SfLT. 

BHOWN'8 BBONOHIAL TBOOHE8 

■ATINO A DIRECT InrLIJEWCB TO THB rABTS 
GIVE 4MMEDIATE BELIEF. 

For nrowrnttla, Aathaaa.Calarrh.Cow- 


lu Ibia city, .January l.t by lUv. "• *'•,' ^*'«"''"' 
lail-B. Pef.d.rga.t a'l.d ill.a «"»»' M. llnrtie. 

luUlla'lly. Jan. Ut , by lUv. .1. .1. '»''"•• »f/' 
Jam.-" 11. MliU r, of Lowell, aud ill.. (;-rolln« M. 

Chandler, of Wtalford. - 

u a . . „ . - - - —■ 

- DEATHS. 


[Dc.itha aro Inserted gralulloualy; buLaU fuOM 
al nollcea will be cBnriied 'ii cc-iiU. Oldtuary poe- 
rj and uotlc... are .Imrgt-uble at 10 cwU a Uii«j_ 

KKIOUT OF dTai ll« FOU WEEK ENDINO 

DKO. 3y. 
W, ,I.ia.phlii<> A. Peviy. 26 y'ra, conaumption. 

Mlllipll DoW, 1 yuiir, <-onvui»loria. 
34, Fanny K. (olby. i moa, hydrooplialus. 
•il, .Nuiicy Uodifc, M vra, coiiamiipllon. 
•M, Until Ii. .It pnon, 4H yra, diop^y. 

Uioliard HtMiih, &» yra, piieuiuonla. 
80, Lucy A.M. Chaae, 4i yra, rhcumatle fever. 

uuRir.n If! catholic onoind. 
'24, Margaret Dumphey, 8* yrs, eonaumpthm. 

21, ,Mlrll:i.l (1. lirli f, J. yi", " 

Miiry .\. ftod(fera, 'i yra, 

•M, tatliiriiiet'rowley, lOyra, old age. . 

I'ttcr Uubl>Ht,*iyr», coiiauinpliou. 
VJ, Kiiziilo-tli Itully, liyra, old ;iK''. 

.loai'idiliiL- lit-h.in, 2 iiiua, liiluiilile. 
SO, Timothy ILiyia, I year, bronrhitla. 

NAIUAX ALLKN.Hupl. ofBnrlala. 

Ill TvngKljoroutfb, Doc. 3lat,I«.t.y K. Bult. rlield, 
widow of the lull- Col. Juaipb Uullc-rlluld, aged 70 

*'Km'uTal at the rnltarliin (;hiirch in Tyngat^oVo', 
AV.-iliieaduy iit-xl, lU 1' o'clotk, 1'. M. fri.-nda 
tuvitud tu altoiid without furtlicr 


CITY AND COUN'TY. 


Monday, January 1. iMe. 


Tbe |.rcTt;BE imt tvtmno. There 
wBsafff)oU audience In Huntington Hall 
last evening to bear Mr A. M. Collins' 
lecture on temperance. Dt. Daniel Holt 
presided and introduced tbe lecturer, who 
kept the attention of tbe audience for 
nearly two hours. Many of tia illoslra- 
lions were new, and we suppose ori^nal, 
which is tometbiog rara in tempAnca 
lecturers. We have not room l^ay to 


AtMT ABO NaTT UaioH. 'I'be regular 
weekly meeting of tbia organisatioo was 
held on Friday evening. After tbe trans- 
action of the preliminary business, the ra-^ 
pertof the fteodiog eooinittee was re- 
ceived, by which it appears that oontri. 
buiions bad been rceeived by the chair- 
man to the amount of twanty-Ove dollars, 
In aid of tbe objects of the Cnlon ; that 
circulars bad been issued, calling upon the 
public to aid In the relief ol the disabled 
and suflering soldiers and ssitors and their 
families ; that the attenti'jn of tbe public 
was being directed to tha Interests of this 


Bive even an outline sketch of Mr. Collins', claas of fellow citixens with very good 
" . . • i . . 'I'L- . — . «r tk. 


lecture, and propose only to give a single 
bint which he threw out at the commence 
ment. He requested those standing 
aroond the door to come in and ts^e seats 


prospects ot success. The leport of the 
committee was accaptcd, and tbe chair- 
man of the committee waa directed to ex- 
preaa lo Hon. B. C. Sergeant, Mr. B. H. 


farther back, -saying that in some places , I'enhallow and ot|»eri, the thanks of the 


Union for their muaificent donation to 
t^ie Union. Alter the adroisfrion ,of new 


on 

aii<l ri-'iutlves are 

tiolii-f. 


htiW ADVlStlTlSBMKMTS. 


-•anaptlTe aUd Tlireat DLeaara 

TBOClira ABF. IWEO WITH ALWAVS GOOD alCCESS. 

BINOEB8 AMD PU LtO aPKAKBBS 

will And rror/iea useful In cloarlng the voice when 
Ukcn b.-f<»e KlniflMK or Hpeaklnir. and relicvln« tha 
throat Hfier an unuauiil exertion of the VOC..I or- _ ^^ ^ 

eai.a The 7'r«.-;..» are rorominended and pre- liniliy^otiiWy '•"« wi"l''''lf ''''»''« '"l"'"^':"' ''/ "i'„ 
gana. i dc # no « . »■«: • . , . ,,„„„i„i. . i„.„i,.i'fc Y.u&Uy-, for uiirt cu ara iii/inlri' of the 
aeril.odby Pliyalclana. and have had teallraoniala u- an au i.uiyu^., ror ^^ ^V.,-,-, ^„ 


Morrimack Manufacturing dbm- 
pany. 

ra*niS cerliflea that the whole antjotint of Aa- 
I ai-danHiila croiitcil by Ila- MerrliiiiKk Manu- 
facturiii({CoinpHiiy,nnd ai-ltiiilly paid In. la 7^eo 
viiltionfiri hiiuiliid iHninuiiUiliillnrt, of which no 
part haa »k-<ii divided or withdrawn; that iho 
whole amount of tlif di-lta ol' aalil Company, aa 
aliowii by lilt Ir l.ooka,la Ju-o huwlrut luiiUu iiM« 
tliouiiitulttnlrr d'ltlnrnnml nixtji «ei-*n cent*. 
Uuatuii. .N'oM-nilxf lllli, l*-'!". 

•XJHN AMOKY LOWKIJ., Prualdent. 

OKO. H. <;1IAHK, 1 A majority 
BKTII ItKMlH, > of Hoard 
<i. W. IIAI.LKT, of iHreciors. 
K. B. C'UoWM.VtilllELD.J 
JanI .__ 


where he bad lectured, and crowds stood 

about tba door, it was generally said that 

their object in doling so was to be ready I oieoibers tbe meeting adjourned, 
to go out in caae tbey were dry and want- 1 During tlie past weelf etfurts have been 
ed something to drink, though he supposed I ajjje to obtain funds for the relisf of dls- 
Lowell wss an exception. Tbe fesull waa; ^(,1,^ loldiers and their families, with a 
that many o{ those alx>ut the doors took j ^^fj g^od prospect of soecea^. Hon. B. 
seats, and the balance remained still. Wej^^ Sargesnt and B. H. Penbailow con- 
could not if we had room follow the lee- 1 tributed liberally and on Saturday evening 
turer in bis powerful address, which was,;^ir Horace Howard contributed twenty- 
at times especially fine and lull of dramat fiy„ dollars in wood and coal for this-pur- 
ic power i il was only by request of the p,j,e_ ji^ trustees of tbe ^rmy and Navy 
lecturer that tbe people were restrained i Union unsnimoaily agreed to purchase the 
from an unusual amount of applause. A properly of tbe United States Sanitary 


HOLIDAY PRESENTS 1 


We lm r uB-aMsvaUf 4ar«e 


«a*iLitL::lz. 


COLD, SILVEB, PLiTED nARE,FAKCY UQODS, CUTLBIY, Ac, 

. . 8UITABLBJ0R 

CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS! 


FINE GOLD 


PINS ANIVEAR R^'^OS, 
LAIHK»' AND OENItt' CHAINS, 
8TUDS, UlNaS, 


8LKRVK HUrrONS. 
KBY8 AND CUARMS. 
«c.,*e. 


$je4ijQ) %w(im w$mi 


BPOONS AND 'FORKS, 

PHK-^KRVK HPOONS 
PIUKLE KNIVKS AND FORKS 
PIK AND ICK CREAM KNlVliS, 
KUOAR 8POONH, , 

NAPKIN RINGS, - ^—r- , 


LADIES, 

KRUrr KNIVES. 

BKRUY AND OLIVE RPO0N8, 

BUCKWHEAT KNIVES, 

CUPS AND OObLETS, 

^ALT CUPS, fto.. &e. 


PLATED WARE: 


d3t 


FOR SMY. FOR $1200, 

i.STOW 

itfofv 
inori' I 
lUHled \ 

, , I'-'-. "<•' - „ 

It liita 1«<-<I1 hu 11 al/oiil l«ilv(- yeaf*.J 


IN KI{.\N<l':.SfO\VN, N. II. 
A Rood two itfofy llouai', willi a Plahio 

roda of a 
po»»i onii-r, aniooi-nouat-, aandfinyj 


, , A Rood two itfofy llouai', willi 
l^^ atliiclK-d, iiiid inori' than iiilf iiu 
!*'Tl' Ifood Lund, HlluaUd within lil'ly I 
' '^^ more, poKt oHli-r. adiool-hoiiais 
and rhunh. It liiia l><-<ii l>u ll i»l>oiil i«i-Ivi- jri.ja,^ 
eontiiina thirlien liiiialied r<K)ma, and la in K'K»d 
r<-pair There la alaoon the lot a aliop .SitaUlefor 
tailor or i»l""'i"i''<«-f Ilf'iriiiaheaa r»ir« oppor- 


f^ra eminent m.-ii throughout ih.- country. HjlnK 
anartiiii- of true merit, iind huvlnit ;irorcW their 
effloaoy by a teat of miiiiy yeara, each year flnda 
them in new locaiilles In viirloua parta of tha 
world, and the Tr.irh-* are uiilveraally pronoun 
eed heller than other artlilca. 

OarAiM only " Uuowa'a DaoacniAi. Tro 
cnra," and do not take any of tho l>'or/W«J« /»U- 
tation* thai may Ix- olfered. 

Hold evirywh.r.ln Ih.- t'nlted Htalea, and In 
Forciitn Counlrlia, at 3.') ci-nU per bol 

•cl2J ap 


• UV/x-rilii-r 
Kranrt-alo 


d*tt9m 


ITCH I ITCH! ZTCBI 

8CR4TCII! SCIIATCBI SCRATCll! 

Wheaton's Ointment 

\yil,L tu K IP, ITi'U i\ 4n II w<. 

Alaoeute. H.M.T IMIEtlM. I'' CKR"- ''"][: 
BL.tlKri.Kiidaii Kill I'llO.SH Off TIIE bKlX. 
I'rU-e .V) c-nta. Kor aale by all ■>'■''««'•'••...„„.„„ 

Hyaendlnit .V) cnla to WKKKH fc l't)TTKU, 
Bol' .\B<-iil«, ITO W«-liliiirtoii atr^L.tto'ton. it will 
be forwanled l>y ninll, free of paalngu, to any part 

Of the ITnilrd Htalea. .w..<»rf»fc»l» 

Oct. 25. IMJ. ap oct35d*fctly 


Urtrlii 
i;, T CIIAKl.B Cl ll.KK. 
,'ii. IL, Jun. 1, l>m. JauldawH 

IVOTZCJB. 

I.owri.i.. .Iiin. lat. 19M. 

Mn. KDWAIED II. TAI.ItOT mid Mr. JU 
1,1 W TALIlitT an- nlniilV'l n» piirlnura in 
our «rm from <K-lol.i-r lat, l'«l.^ '111.- alyhj of the 
flrni will coutliiua aa larotoforc. t). 1 . I ALBOl 

a, CO ^- '•• TAi.ner, 

^ TliOri. TAl.Uor, 

E. II. lUl.llnT. 
Imjiui2 JULIAN TALUOT. 

f'llFund.-rolK'ied havliiR formed a roparlner 
aliiii uiid' r till- -lyle oi Davla .St t^toror, will 
eomm.n.e ihe lunil..r l.ualneaa and mtttiufacWre 
of lioK-a iia aiicncaaora to (Ilia Alii n, No. W Mia- 
dliaex MrL-et. HiKl'lll-:N C. D.WI.o, 

jiJ^ildlw NKWilAN W. BTOUKR. 


collection was'taken up and *25 raised. 
papers were circulated to obtain petition- 
ers to silt (or a lodge of Oood Templars 
and 120 persons signed. We understand 
that at the request of many citizens who 
heard Ihe lecture last sveninp, Mr. Collins 
will some time ^his winter, of which due 


Claim Agency at No. 3 Canal I3.ock and 
open the office as the headqusrtera of tbe 
Army and Na»y Union. It is intended to 
establish this agency to take the place of 
the Sanitary Claim Agency, in the pros- 
ecution ol claims for pensions and bounty, 
if suiBcient encouragement should be ex- 


notice will be given, a|,'ain lecture in Low- tended by the soldiers and sailors, and it 

is to be preiomed tbey will feel the im- 
portance of this step in view ol -the pos- 
sible, aud to a very large extent, probable 
action ot Congress and tbe State Legiala- 
ture during tbe present session, and I 
would call tba attention of all soldiers aod 
sailors to this mo»emont,and invite them 
to call al No. 3 CansI Block, and learn tbe 


ell. We doubt not that be would have a 
crowded house. 

K 8. Since the above was put in type, 
we learn that Mr. Collins hss consented 
to lecture io ibis city, next Sunday eve- 
ning. 

• Boston OBCiiESTRiL Union. The con- 
certs, to be given before the Middlesex Me- 
c^isnics' Association, on WedneadHy after- 
noon and evening next, by the Boston 
O cbeatrsi Union, promiae to be among 
the best ever given in this city. The 
company, whi :h consists of some of the 
firat instrumentalists In the country, and 
under ihe direction of Carl Z-rrahn, a 
thorough and skilful musician, can bnnlly 
be surpassed, and is seldom equaled. Tbe 
programme, both for afternoon and eveti- 


FPOONS AND FORKS, 
IKA HKIS, 
CAK8 BA-jKETS, 
CASIORS, . . 

ICK PITCHERS. * 
BKHRY DISHES. 
PlCit-LK CASTUll?, 
TEA UELL8, . 

Vases. 


COFFEE URNS, .;" . 

TEA KKTTLKS. 
BU KU DI8HB8, 
8V..UP PITCHERS. ,. 
CUPS ANI> OOBLKT8, 
CAHD KKCEIVEftS, 
8ALVKBS, 

SALTS AND MUSTARDS, 
TOILET SETS, *o. 


AUCTION 

" I- '• I l-l ■ Ml. f I 


SALES. 


m, B. FATOH it CO.. 
ACCTI0IMIS AHB irPtAIIIIIpw. , 


Ws tlave a Urifti miork uf furniture, C4rpeiS> 
Ar., <M chiimher$ oprr $<iU4room, which wa shall 
sell at private ial% day or evening, la part as fol- 
lowa :— 

Block Walnut Sofas, Raay Chairs, Parlor do.. 


Rorkera, Lounaea. Bureaua, MlrMra, '^^atnota, 
" a. Cane and Wood Kfit Chairs aaC 
a, Marlilf 
Ta)>li-a,T.iteiialon Tablea. Rpr1n( Iteda, Kreaeh,, 


(ihamher Hcis, Tane and Wood Beat Chairs 
Itockiry Marlila Top and Illack Walnut Ontse 


Ksiind corner and rommon Bedatiada, Hair, llaa^ 

Ci^lii- and Kxd-laior M attreaaea. Live UeaSe and 

^Ilena' Peathtfr lUda apd miowa. Toilet and Woi% 

^ul>li'a, Waab 8tanda, H^nka, eU., «to. Alao. 


rr Our cuatomerswillflnd the finest assortment Of the above mentioned Good s we hav 
eve/offered to ihe people of Lowell. Also, a fine lot of 

GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, 
Fine Table and Pocket Cutlery. 


Woolen, Oil, btraw aud Uump Carpellugs, la vaf 
riety. 

•,♦ ire buy Inrgr or tmalt Utti (^ nimltMrf,Car- , 
prtt, Sliirfu, Hi-<Ullng,ftc., at n-alduncea, and pay 
the raM ra/iie and remove thematooce. Peraona. 
yivliift up housekeeping will do well to rail on as, 
aa they will receive thu value of their oooda In «aai^ 
^ — — ^-^^ 

WANTED, 
A srentofi Tloaae with a llarn an.1 a lar(e lot of 
T.and, and several smaller Uooaea In Lowell. In- 
quire of E. B. PA fCU S t CO. 

ATThIV ATE 8ALB, I' . 

1 Coantinc Itoom Desk, • 

1 Hafe. Inquire of, K. B. P.\TCg > Oa. 

WANTED, 

Three Cottaire Ilonaea worth from $700 to $1300. 
Alao, 'i two atory Uouaea worth from fltOO la _ 
tS.OO. Inquire of % 

IvlO K. B. PATOII ft C<X ^ < 


Tyler's Block, 

deelS 


JOS. BAYNES & CO,, 

43 Central Street. 
ESTABLISHED IN 1831. dtjonl 


Perry'8 Moth and frecKie Lotion 

Chloaamo, or Moihpntch, (alao railed Llverapot.) 
aud Lenlluo.or Kr.<k lea, are often v.-ry annoying' 
n,irtlruh-rly toLadUauf lit(l>t (omplexloi.. forthe 
Surolon-d apota allow more plnlnlv on ttie face of 
a blonde thm of i> hniiiitle; t.ut they «r.-i.tly mar 
the heaiity of .llher; and any prep.iralion that will 
effoiUially remove tli.in tcilliont iiOurini) thr nitor 
ortrxl'irr ul tht tkiu ia .erlHlnly a d.ald.ralum. 
Dr U C rKltUV.who luia made diaenaea of llic 
skill a aiieciiilty, liaa diacov.-red a n<-w r.im-dy lor 
theae dlapoioriitioiia, which is at onee prompt, In 
fklllhie and linriiiii-aa. . , , . 

Prepared only l.y H. C. I'KRRY, Dennatolo,la 
No. Vi Hond aire.!. .New York, and [<>;«•'«• ^^ •" 
.irtiiririaia Trice. S- IXT iiotlle. t all Tor 
"•rKMCriV-H M..T11 .'JnD HtKCKLK L.^TION' 

Kor further Inforinallou tt.ldruaa lit. U. I/, l «.«■ 
RY 40 llond alri'i't, New York. 

WK>tK.< V l-iiriKlt,'Bi> Waa*>lngton atreet, 

BoMon. wholeaHl- -\K'nl" f"^^'»::";7'V-,«ri',wrw 

Al«> for aale In Itoaim. hy 'gl»- « ; •V.V*''Tio 
ft «;«>., 3H llaiioxcr atreet, and MTH. Ht; lit iw cu. 
as Treiuonl aireeU ae aepUUdfctSm 


Wanted, (mmidiately, 

ONK IIL-NDRKD TIUtrs.VND PIUTTI.E 
ULOCKei -jil.'.axi for <-iirpet alinltira, U bi- 
rnt r. Inrh.a lone l.y -J 1 *»i ^ 4 »T.rl..-«.a» la e.o»a ; 
a.lOO'i for broad alniUl.a. It Inch,-, hy 'Ixl 1 «lni-h 
.-a lit It ce-ila ; ft i, OOU for ootlon aliuttlia, lft inibi-a 
l)y -ix-i liithea. 1,1 5c<nta. Th<- aiimc muat t.e of 
Hppl.tre.-, atnitifht (friilnid and free from knota 
ii'id ahakea. I.tirire or anmll lota rLrii<^d at our 
ahopln A. I.. Hrooka' biiiidlnu, Dnltoii hircet. 
LoKa, or I'laiik 1! or i 1 * iiicho*, Ulitn at fair 

'"An'odvanre from the ftlinve ritoa will h<< pnid for 

aeii.oiK-d timber. Kor f'""""M> I!!":" '"■" 'mv "^ 
,^,|r,.»a ' CiiULil.S & ll.\KI)V. 
Lowell, Maaa., I»oc. 27, ls65. d cc-ttd^f 

FOR l»Ai:.*5, 

A LOT of new 1S4 Inrh BIIAFTINO, with 
^•""•""""•"'"'''"r'u'icicnMo.M.H. 

dertSdtf W Lawrence atreet. 


objects of tbe Army .and ^'avy Union. 

c. R. B. 

• In «ew qu.^rters. Mr. E. M. Sai- 
(teut, for years past in th- express busi- 
ness in this city, haa filled up an cffice ad- 
j iniiiK the Lowell G»s Light Company's 
Huildiiig, where be ma> bs found by his 
personal friend* snd the public, with whom 
be has so largely dealt. ' Aa yet he has 
not, wo believe, determined upon what he 


HUNTZNOTON BALL. 

ONE NIGHT ONLY, 

Iffonday, January Ist, 1868. 

THE CELERRATKD AND OKIOINAL 

BlllKMilS' SURBV4DKRS 

[From BucVleya' New Minatrelllall-Boalon.] 

n'HK nimnlmoua verdict '"•"'f""'"! J'^, f ''[.''af 

1 hoitai-a B.Ml tiiiiiultiioua applaua.-, fully « «t. '.^ 

li.h tliLir claim to HupcrioTity over every other 

coiiy»:inv now travi lliii)<. »ttu ACTION 

nifll.l.I.^NT AND VAIIIED ATTUACllUft. 

TIIK BI-8T llKA.Hfl B.^ND, 
■nd the moat talented COKl'H DKTUlOl'Ji ever 
(irKnnired. 
NOVKI.TY t>.N- TIIK IlKAIN. 
Evrrylhin^ Vo«— New Mu^i.-. New Ponira, New 
Acta, N-.-w Dance, mul NcW Uurleaauea. Ihc 
Kreat Trio of foincdtnna : 
O. bWAlNJi IU t Kl EV, 

PETK I-K^'. J,'^,,^^. BUCKLEY 
In lUetr mtrth prorokini? cofntenlltlea. 


Admlaalon nOccnfa 


iniz comtiriiies selfciions well calculated .hall engage in, but it is nacessary for him 


Franklin Coal, 

KuoM i,yki';nh valley. 

A carijo of thia ctUhrntid r()AL Ji_i,«t^recelvod 


LOST. 

rat 

(ii'kea book roiitiilidi'K 

Dliur Mil mil 

ri turniiiK th 


to suit the popular as twoll ss ihe more 
cultivated taste, and we doubt if better 
seleciions are olico presented, even io the 
Athens of America. 

Tlie programme for toe aitcrnoon em- 
brace* the overtures to " Don Giovanni^' 
ami " Fra Diavsolo," a movement from 
Mendelashnn's " Italian Symphony," and 
also Irom Haydn's celebrated " Burpriaa 
Symphony," in addition to which is a 
great variety of lii^hter, yet not less pleas- 
ing muaio. 

In the evenine programme are'the over 
tuie to " Der Frelschuix." and Kgmont 
selections from favorite symphonies of 
Beethoven and Mozart, togethec with a 
variety of marches, walires, &o. ATo- 
gether an opportonily like the present is 
•eldom offered to the citizens of Lowell 


to have •■ headquarters," and he has ac- 
cordingly locatttd as designated above. 

NoTicK, Boarding mistrefs wanted, to 
tab« and furnish eight rooms, and sccoin- 
m-idiie from 12 to IH boarders from a fac- 
tory at Whipple's Mills, in this city. Ap- 
plicstion to be made at Faulkner's Mill. 

Iwjjilll 


TIckeU for rcHc-rvi d aeata <-an 1m; a.ciiri'U 
Muaic hlorc of Uuu'ir in tjrinitb T. M.;rrlm 
»;1IAI-*. K. tiUlrSlL, ^ 


dec23dli 


Iti-aerred Seats M eenta.— 
ai-eiiri'd at Ihe 
at-k at. 

Kent*. 


BAI LROAD NATIONAL BANK. 

ri'IIK Annual Mtetlngof the Stockholdera of the 
I Uiiilrpad National Bank of Lowell, for the 
eleetloii of Ulrec-tora and the tranaactimi of any 
othi-r buatneaathat may oroptrly come before the 
in<-i-tinK, will beheld at their Banking llooma, ort 
TUESDAY, thcniuth day of January ISttfl. at W 
o'clock, A. M. J. r. KOUEKd, Cashier. 

Lowell, Dec. 9, 18U. ' " d«ci»dtJan» 


The New Collectitii tf Chirch 
^nnsie. 

MB. BHADBUHY'8 LAaP WO 
Tliw, KF.y NO'iE. A New Collection of Sacred, 
and Secular Muaic for Clioira and iSlnirtpK Kchoola,' 
by William K. Bradbury. Kr. lira.lhury't laat 
prcvioiia work In thia departnacnt, ' The .Iiibllee," 
nas already had a aale of over 2UU,000 c«pi*a, abow- 
liiK a puuularily aliaoal unprccedeoled, for a work 
of thia kind. The Key Note la complete In all ita 
departments, and la printed on clear, large Ijrpa, 
one part on a atuff. Price, $1.$0. 

DB. MASON'S liAUT WOBJIL 
A^APHi ORTHErHOIR.BOOK. A Ke«. 

Collection of Uacrvd aod Secular Muaic for Cholra 
binirlnc Hcitoola and Conventions. By Lowell 
Maaon, Dr. of Muaic, ajld William Maaon. Tlia 
Kk-inenta of Muaicul Notation are illuatratrd by a 
larifu vuriety of uluaaiiiK aocial piece*; part aonira, 
Kit-ea, jtc. The Tune Department eontaliia aioaliy 
lii-w muaic and provides fur ever)- meter; and tke 
Antliem DepartmuDt la full and attractive. Prica, 
$1.00 


MB. BOOT'S LABT WOBK. 


.^^.'.a.. 


(».UNDKU\V(M)D, 


Mechanics' Association. 

Twa Cunccrt' ia One Day! 

— BV Tiir— 

Bo«lon Orcli«'«alrnl Union, 


C.iltL ZEIIUAHN. Conductor, 


N the llamlHon forporarlon. nn Wedneaday 
•-•Till, a porke* l>ook coiitiilnti'- 
.1 oliur valnablia. 'I'l 


ON the llaml 
I'VinliiK, l'< 
thri-.- l-'lve Dollar MM . .^ „, 

lltidrwlllbe lewiirdedby ri lurnli.K thr aiinu- 
the aii»K<r ber, at No. 21 llnmlllon t'j^rporniloiu 
d...:-->i)d:ii1T N. l'L'i>N 


lu 
annu- lu 


-And for aulc by 
nov20dtf 


W. E. LlVINtJsTON. 
No. I» Tliorndilio atreet. 


THODiAS F. BDROE83 Ac CO., 

KIVGIiMillKS A!>U NA< llli^bTS, 

No* 3 lft Miitdln^ps sttcet. 

LOVVKI.I., MAtiS. 

,_— WAWtTACTtltEHa Or— 

SUUonnry atid I'ortable Hli'iim Knalnea, Oaneand 

Circular Hiiw Milla, Mill Hcarliiil nnd SbHftluK, 

-- liliviitoia, frinca, llydroat.ilic t'rjKaoa, 

Willi atop valvfM and pumpa; \\ cll- 

iniin'a To|iC«rd fttrliipiiiK Appnra 

tna; i;\prrimt-i*Jiil M.iililniry; 

-faUntOnice MuJola and TaUuriia, of all deacrtp 


• • .TOBBINd, In nil Ila hranrliea, done prompt 
, -11 cl In the ino«t tho 
HOMAH K. Ill UtlK 
Lowell, AuB. ». INti.i. 


OTIS ALLKN. 
augHdtf 


siMsiiVM s(;nooL 

TIIK Winter Term of Mr. WILI.KV'R P-hool 
will comm.-iir- III tilt Kirk l?trfi t Leriiir* 
Room. New Yiiir'aeviiiliig. 
Tlck.tafl.W. 


FiiEKWiLL BAmsT Church. A social 
party will be given at the Freewill HipiiM 
Church, on Paig* Street, on Monday eve- 
ning next, commencini^ at half past six. 
Tea and other refreshments will be seived 
on the uccaaion. Admission, 20 cents for 
adjlts, snd 15 cents for cbikrcn under 16 
years of age. ■ " dec30d2t 

« — , . ■ I II- — . 

Hon. Henry Winter Davis died «t 
naliimore, at half past tw) o'clock, on 


. ir/;/>A Ai/M )', J A -Vf A u Y a*/, ms. 

■lll'NTINOTON HALL proving too ronti 
I I to hold nil d.--iro.ia of L-aring tlili- tani.;d Or 


'■^IIF Pecood .\nnual Meeting of the Stockhold 

■ i-ra ofthe Mcrchaiita Niitlon.il Hank of Ix)w 
ell, Tor tho choice of Directora and for the tranaae 
tion of liny buaitieas that may lef{ally come before 
thi-m, will be held at their BankiiiK Koomi on 
TUEtiDAY, thoUth day of Jauuary next, al U) 
o'clock, .\. M. 

Per order ofthe Directora. 

.;. N. I'KIItCE, -Tb., Caahler. 
Lowell, Dec. 9th, XMi. dec^dtJaiitf 

Rfifreshment Saloon. 

^^IIK anbacriber having talten the Saloon Wo. 

■ 130 M K kHI M ACK C>Tit£a,'i'. ia now 

prepared and inleuds to kt- ep a . 

F^rst-ClaNS DiNINU SALOON. 

I have two good CODICr!, nnd mean to hare the 
BKS T of everything tho market atforda constantly- 

" Cilid "cORNEtf BKKK and HAM : FIHH CBOW 
DKlt on KridayaaiidCL.VM CHOWDER osNSat- 
urdnys, in ai-axoii for dlnm-r- 

Ai;,_(;oxKi-;orioNEKy, fbuit, cakes, 

OV15TEUS, ect. 

N. B.— No LIQUORS aold In thU eatnbllihment. 
O. W. INtJAI.LS. 

Lowell, Dec. 22d, 1*55. dec2Jd t»m 


c'h'atrii on tliiir tlrat appearance in l;"»'";'*"' 
l..ct In- ••on.initt-.- of ill- M. M. .\aaor1,llon hn ve 
urranired with I'rof. /-rrahii lo give a Coucurl In 
the .Vfteriioori and Kvi-iiiinf. 


and vicinity— certainiy-noi where so many j g^,ur,iay alternoon. He was bun in An- 
people can gratify their Casta for mi^sio at „^p,,|j^ ^,j^ }„ 1R17, and served four 
ao cheap a rate, ihe regular lecture tickets ,,.rn,» in Congress as • repreaentative (rom 



Af lert.osii Caiirerl cam mesces nt 9 !•) e'elU. 
Kvenlrg .. •• »'•« ". 

T cki-l. 30 rent. each. For anlc st C'''"?'"" * 
novey'a, C K. Kimballa, and at tha door, foPHBc 

VfU.rno ••••■•■'-";;,„,,„ „j E,,„,„g Tlrkct. for 


4^- K liiiilti 1 
sule only ul Ibu dour, 


dci-yodll 


bis natire Mt^ts. 


decSUdSt 


NOllCh. ia hereby plven that the i>ubac|jber 
haa been duly appoinicd AdininiKtriitoi 
„i iherHtate of JOSlAlI l'.)l L\UI) KIM- 
r.ALL, latci.f We«tford, Inihe gouniy of Mid- 
dlrkei. dece* ed and hia taken i.tum himaelf 
that iTuat hy nivinn i.oi.da, aa the la^ directs. 
All pcraons navinR dimanda upon the estate 
of said ( eceaacJ are minlred to exhibit the 
same; snd all p»rsnn» indebted M said estate . 
lire called uuou lo make pa^ m*- 1 to 

V ^,^,^ siEVENS. AiJm'r. 

Weal ford, Dec 2 J. 1tiC5, dTOleiS^ 

AT YOUR OWN HOMKM. 

'1 nttr.^^NDS fan renlif a linadrcd doUnra 
• weekly. No uten»ll« rcMnlred < in-pt Hioae 
■fnnndln exery lionanhidd; nroflta IO1) per c.mt.; 
demnnd aa atiiple «a tloiir. Ilia tbe grenleat dia 
coverv of Ihe iiife. Kiill parllcniara avnt on re- 
ceipt "ol two atnmpa for nlurii P""'a(f'. . 
ddr.aa ll(l|'l<IN.>J !t BUOWN, 
6tl Hroadwoy.NeW \ ork. 


beir.iz receive J Ijr either the 8<iorn)onor 
evening wtemrtnmtnitT, a ils w e U u n der 
stood. It ii hoped that the attrtetive pro 
gramme of Die afternoon will induce al) 
wbo can to attend, that ollicrs, who can. 
not, mny be accommodated in the evening. 
These concerts will form an era in the 
moMcal history of Lowell, and will, we 
trust, prove so succrsaful that fust cla«a 
artists will not hencefonh he<iiale to give j . ^ 
use call, lor fear they will neither be pa'-r^J^j'* y,,„d and family go first to Hs- 
ronized or appreciated. I'srepa d'^n't I ^^^^^ ^„^j ^^^^ there Uey will probably 
come afjer being advertised to do .0, but ; ^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^ Kittn^^. Tbe ol.jecl of tho 

j'jurney is merely for relaxaliop and a 


Wasiiinoton -News. It is rumored 
thnt tbe French Winiater has gone to New 
York to avoid calling on the President. 

The Alcxandiia Christmas iloters will 
be tried by a Military Cotntniaaion. Near- 
ly all the white rioters, wbo have been ar- 
rested, have escaped and left Alexandria, 
but the blacks have been retained for 


FRESH VIUKIMA OYSTERS! 

KECEIV'EDdnlly nnd opened from the ahull, 
at 


A BAI.M run EIEKY nOHwD. 
DR. BIRmNGHAm, 

NATIVE INDIAN PHYSICIAN, 

Ofllce. 63 rnrnbitiiie fltreet, BeaUa. 

(ooBsaa o» OHABassa aTBsarr,) 

1I0NDAT8, TUKHDAYH AND WKDNIBDAY8.. .om 

B A. M. to ) r. M. 

Btots open 1 rom 8 A. M. to ft P M. 

««amiiiatlona onaTia. 'rom » to 9 P. M.. TfllTR" 
PAY, rillliAY nnd KAl L'KfiAY. whon he may Of 
kiuiid at hi» realilonoe on Tann.T Btroet, luncUon 01 
^Ajefa Now eiiy au-' Lowell lUlljoad. !'«*'•"•,..." 
,_.. 17 laaa. tvliea' 



Jo.T "• >«««- 


tl 


D. W. WaiGHT, 
•ealir in rirat 'la* » oak «l« ves I if Coal 

^ aiid tvs«d. 

rarlor Blovea for ConI s»id Wood ; Cnat Iron 
BInka, Copp.r IMmpa. Lead hpa kc, roj.alnntly 
on h»>"l- J^ Maniit.utur.r and Dealer in Cop- 
per. Tlu and Shi-.t Iron I rna. ,. j„„„ 

I'uinpa rcpftU.-d. mid Job work of all klnda done 
In a ncal and HiitUfiiclory maiinrr. 

Alao . Kent for the rob briitid Ilnac nurnlnitCoal promptly by 
Btovp.thetHMKN I'AI.. which will keep Are longer a,.e.j8 

than any other <o«l atove wilhoul rcpieiiiahlng 

Call and eiuniitu' Ixfi ro parrliiialnu olaewncre, 

SO. a MWDI,li:ilCJr >TUtET, LUWAU. 
r Janll ap 


dec2ildiUMl 

ISILVKR Pf.ATKD C^HiDRH 

a ND ICK rrmiKIl?»..|uat the ifooda for Tro- 

' aciiU, at A. SASUOHS'S, dual lake 11 looK 

at them. !?^!L_i 

OYSTERS. 

LYNN IIAVKN OVHTKR9 recelv 

ed w.ckly from Norfolk, Va., nnd aold 
In any quantity by 

8. D. BILLINdS, 
<lt.,.13 1()9 Contrnl alrcct. 

n,a EPir'AI..— Wanted, by nn KiiKllahmnn Juat 
vi arrived In .Vnn-rlca, a aitnatlon na aaalawnt. 

Ho ia prnctii-nlly adiniiinlcd witli hia prufcailon in 

all Ua bnincliea. A Kood iircoiiplnr. 

Addreai H, thia nflloe. 
I..owcll,De<;.»*t1i. |jq'>._ dec2»d3t^T_ 

iUiiaKl\RS EOft 18««. 

THE AUOOSY: (lodoy; IVteraon; AUanllo; 
Harper; Hunday MnKnxine ; 
Bi'adl<-> Montlilv ; Hotira 111 Home; 
(JoodWord*; Mich nl"a' Mh(ji>iIiio; 
rrii>-tli-nl M>rhniilca' Miitfarlm- ; 
London llliiatriited Niwa; I'linch; '"\ •" 

<;iiemiral Nuwa; Kiimliy MHifarlne. ' 
Suhaeriptii na received and nnmbera delivered 
B. t;. 8AlUiEANT, 
City tlovcriiuiuul Uulldlnc. 


whether because she waf/oo relebrated 
for this latitude, or that Lowell wasn't 
" |}ig " enough lo contain her, we are nut 
adviaed. 


more complete restoration of health, re- 
ports to the contrary notwithatanding. 

The trial of ti>e for maltreatment of 
Union priaoners. which wss begun at Ka- 
leigb, has boen removed to Salisbury. 

Attempt to murder im Boston. About 


New EXPsRM ARRANOICMRHTg. Mr. 
Frederick Lovjoy, of this city, began this 
morning, ezprehsing between this city and 

Boston, In accordance wiih terms made' foun o'clock yesterday afternoon, the wife 
with the Boston and Lowell Railroad Com 
psny, ss we stated a few days ago. His 


or riFI^-FlVK rent|aolid 

by J. n. KN'inilT.-^, 

No 201 Ce itrni Street. 
Alao. denier In all kind, of Kre.h Klah l.ob: 
stera .'tc tird.ra promptly atu-mlcd to, and de 
riviridl.. anypnrt'of the city ^.Tttorr r.xTHA 

CH.A.HI1K; " 

POK SAIsU, 

Tht; ronndry, Machine Shop and Plow Worka, 
witti a Rood, aiif.- nnd reliiible Wnlcr Irlvi 
lee* altiinlcd In llie town and cnnnty of lllllalioro , 
Nil Thia 1« n ran- chance for any one or .1 com 
panv'to omi.ark in a pood and aafo »»';>"»•'"' 
n-mly iMiib.i»h.-d. ca.h payioiK cualonu-r^ and all 
to be done la to iirocMMl lo bualpeaa. A tarije two- 
Morv hou.r. I., and l-:>rn, with never t.Hlnil water 
rnniilnit U) both placea: a blackamllb ahop. trip 
hammer, Krind-tone, all in good r.inniinf order. 
No olb.-; work of Ihe kind within twenty mlle..-- 
All aituated near tbe terminn. of Contoocook Val- 
ley Kidlrond. '•'«■•;"", •"'';»"V°!';r^ If Mron- 

Vor further p.irlicuhir. In.inlre of D.P. MrOlI. 

Vlt\Y Anolloiioer, Trcmont atreet, Hoaton, 

J<)rtltllA MKKitll;ln..«.Uf<rH«ack_aUect^^^^^^ 


INDUOEMKNT 
To Visit our Popular Dining 
Booms. 

They are eentrnlly loc.-ited. 
Tbi-y lire finlrt, niry. iilwnya neat. . 
Thc-"bc-»l of food well aerved. 
AUaiitivu waili-ra and niudcrato prices. 
.\ aipuraie jipurtimnt for Ladles with nice 
DreSalnij Koom attaclied, 

I. V. & I. Ila PKESUO, 

ruoi'RiEToriu 

CITY OAL^i DIM.Mii ROOSIS, 

10, IS k. 14 Cliy Hall Aveaaa, 

dec29 * BOSTPy. dtf 

QuT-'ian's Sale of Heal Fstate. 

IHE nndtrHigned, Guardhin of Charica E. Pl- 
ner, now of l.nwrencc, in our Comity of Ea 
•ex, n minor, by virtue of a iicenae and aiilhorily 
irniiitcd by the .ludtf.- of the I'robnte t'oiirt within 
nnd for the Conntv of MtHdle«cx, will aell at Pub 
lie .\iii-lion. nil a.«id oiinor'a intercal (the aame bo- 
Imk 01. «• nndivldiid thirtlith part) In the lol ol land 
and biilliliiiK" thereon alii'idltir. ailiiiited at ihc 
corni-rof huffoik and Merrimack aireela, on.lhr 
aotitliirly aldu of Merrimack ainet nnd westerly 
aide of Suffolk atreet, bounded, commenelnu at a 
point 7* feet weaterlv from tho centre of WctorS 
>;aiial i thanra oa tuiOai^ otlcatM JJL&elJ. ItUiAfit 
Hi rlKbt anifl.a HO feet; thence at rl«lit »n\t\r» 
.141 .: ficlto Mcrrlmii'-k alri-it; thenccon MerrI 
nmck atri-ct tH feat to point hesnn at. Bold aale to 
he upon anil pnmiaei. ou tho »nh day of January, 
lOO'l, at 'i o'clock, I'. U. .L„^ 

' ' JAMES B. SINER. 
Lowell, Doc. 28, 1865. <lec27.iaw 


linM^ 


Hoot, Sl.iO; THE «*HA\VM. by I 
land HaalioK*. $1.50 :WKU>'8 0IIUUCH 


White Lead. 


d3in 


vMnoUhrffrN Eitrnct Rnckn 

(^tirca Kidnay Diaeaae. • 

SMOLANDKKH K.XTHAOT BUCKU 

Ciliea Itlii'iimiillam. 

*BMOLANDEIl'.H K.X I"IIA<!T BUCKU 
Curea Urinary Diaeaaes. 
BMOLANDKIfri K.NTHAtJT BUCKU 

(Uu-ca (Iriivi 1. 
SMOLANDrnTH E.XTKACT BUCKU 
' tJurea f trictiirea. 

Tlie BHPT Fluid Krtrncl HIICKU now before 
the public, ia (fMt)LANI)Ell-H For all •<l«!i"7i' 
above, and for WKAKNKHMand VAINH IN I Ith. 
BACK KKMAI.K <M>M1'I-A1NTH. and diaordora 
■rtalnB'froirfK.Xl^KHHKM (.K -^NY KIND. It la 
Kor aale by all .Vpolh- 
NiC DOLL A K.— 


HAnD TIMES COFFEE, 


THE Vr.llY HEBT 

SUBSTITUTE FOB PUKE OOP- 

Ft! i 

And not diatlnsulahed from Pirt Javnhy people 
(jcfterntly • 

MANurAOTunKn oklt ar 

H. B. XirBWHAIi&, 

Xo. M .South Market Street, Boilon, 
For aalohy all Orocet 


dcclS 


[I] 


deodteowSm 


arlalnB 


perficily INVAI.U.VBLK Kor a 
eearlea everywhere. I'KICK O 
TRY IT I TAKE NO OTHKlt. 


TRY _ 

BuRtEinn A Hooeaa, Wholeaale DragflaU, SS 
Banovei- atreet . Buaton, General Amenta. 

January 1, lH«n. J»"'''Tty 



.< WlAA. OAILV CULHlfcli. 

The tenna ot The lX)WELt Daiut Oopaiaa 
from January lat, ISM, till furlhnr notice, wIM be 
•«.00 p«'r annum in oilvaiice, or •«./» at the end of 
the year. HiiiKle iiuinlwra 8 eenta ; alncle nannera 
ifed at the oaio«.<poaUtjyi-* "•"'•• 

, . K . f.r>4Ast ii'IP!'iuJi''a »^i»- aA»p. 


1^ i^TrUs Jn(t rr:clved by BILUNOS, 


a. 
aerli 


lue Csatral street 


CRAFTS k niLLUnS 

(Raeeessors to J. W. Ilonnewell k Co.,) 



Afenut 
Oo.,— Kreiich and American Zinc. 

Drusglau', I'erfumara' and Liquor Dealers' I^a 
bela. In the ureBleal variety. 

,1. L. Huiiiiewill a Celebrated Reraedlaa. 

It will be our di'Mirmlnatlon to maintain las rep- 
utallon of ihia old Drug and I'nint t:$UMUh^nt, 
and former patrons arS respeoHWly ••■•** *^ 
lliiuanoe of their patronafe, and a lltfft «aSf" *9 
oalt at the Old Store, 6 aud S OoiM*»«al WTtarf. 
Boston. aBrWTulBaBaUy 


ofTice in Lofrell will be the rooms recently 
occupied by Sargeant & C<).'s Kzpress, in 
the depot building, and «t No. 11 Court 
Street, Roslon. Mr. Lovejoy i:^ a capable, 
enicrpriaing man, and we have no doubt 
will receive a fair share of tbe business of 
our eitisens. 

The parents of the rhildren attending the 
Primary School of Miss Aurelia L. Howe, 
in B''l»idere, presented to her, this morn- 
ing, a large and very beautilul steel en- 
gfsving entitled " From Shore to Shore," 
the motto •'with fate for oarsman, our 
dissimilar lives do cross some waves of 
time in company." Tbe picture will adorn 
the walls of her already attractive school 
room, and isa wall deserved tribute to one 
' of nur most accomplished aod luocessful 

teauliers^ 

PoLlcB Court. In the Police Court 
this morning, Andrew Morrisoo, for drunk- 
enness, second offence, was sent three 
months to the House of Correction. 

George T. A. PreicotI, a stubborn child, 
was sent lo the House of Employment for 
six months. 

Andrew McEvoy, a trnsnt, was sent two 
years to the sams institution. 

A NBW tear's festival. Our rtaders 
will please not forget tbe festival at the 
Freewill Baptitt vestry on Paij(e Street, 
this evening. Tbe best possible arrange* 
msnts have been made for making tha oo> 
easlon pleHiilg to the visitors, and it «flll 
be a " tea-party " en a large scale. Tht 

admittance ^'^^ftB ">*'* ^'^*^ *°<'' '' *''* 
rooms are notii||»ded, we shall eonsenttO 
ks aecusaf af' |^omms4b| ao gift of pro* 
pbcoj. ^ - . 


of Lewis H. Simmons, residing in tbe 
" Blackatone House" on Hanover Street 
in Boiton, wss found lying on the loilnge, 
with her throat cut in a horrible msnner. 
Simmons himself was standing on the 
iloor and exposed a horrid gash in his 
throat. Immediately upon the entrance 
of an officer Simmons said : " i might as 
well rtiiish it" — and leaning over, seized 
an open razor which was l)ing on tbe 
floor, but the officer cuught him in time to 
prevent his committing farther violenee 
upon himself or any one else. Both par- 
lies were taken to the Police Station, and 
it was thought the woman could not long 
sitrvive ; the man wi|^ probably recover. 
Jeslouay is oaaigi ed as the probable cause 
of the murderer's act. "^ ^~~ 

The case ol Green, the Maiden mur- 
derer, was brought before the Executive 
Council, on Friday laat, when Gov. An- 
drew spoke more than two hours io favor 
ot a commutation of the aentence. It is 
stated that the Governor's opinion will be 
ofTicially published. 

The physicians of Worcester, who ex- 
amined lor tho cauae of the death of Mr. 
and Mrs. Artemas Ward, ot that city, af- 
ter a thorough invsstig uion unanimously 
reportea that the deaths were caused by 
the inbslation of coal ^as, from a slOve in 
their sleeping room. 

Elward B. KetcHUM, the forger, was 
sentenced, on Saturday, to four and a half 
years io the State Prison. 

Dka. Joikph Stewaht, a young man, 
in North Newport, Me., reeantly bad bis 
foot eaoght in a chain attaebsd to a run 
away horse and was thns dragged a mile 
and a half over the frozen ground andsev- 
Mol fenosB. tta Uvod six boors after (ho 
t. 


OEO K I.KONAItl', nootlCorporilion, lo»<"". 
Maaa , «'". SAM'L AXDKKWrf Nashua, N, 11 , 
V V JOHNSON, Manclioatcr, N. H.,0. A. CL..>1- 
MIN<l.-<, Marido Worka. Concord, N. U., or tho 
.ubacrlbcra. on the preiiiiaea. 

The abovo will be aold lit Auction the lOlh day 
of May mat, 18<W. at 10 o'clock. AM., If n^.t l-ro- 

'"iTlllrb^rrN." Ho Dec. 2., ll^^^^^^^^^g^ 


rOHMISSIO NEBS' mVilCE. 

T-»ST\TK of OT.IVE cnAMBKnUN, late of 
r, Lowell. Ill the County of Middleacx, deceaaed, 
reorcaoiited iniOlvo'ni. 

Vhc aubacribera havina boon nppnIntPd by the 
I'roh lie Court for anid County ComttiUaionera to 
receive nnd .xnmlnc all cl;.ima of cr.MHora i|«ain.t 
aald ealate, hereby give notice that they will meet 
for the niirpoHo of rerclvinB nnd exnminlnij c.nima 

IK Shopard, Central Street, in aald Lowell, on 
8aliird..v. the tw.-ntl.lh -lay of January next, and 
on the iVrat Hnlurdiiva of May and Jiine next, at 
nine oVIock In the fortnoon. Ijllx moiilha from Ihe 
«rth Inat., are allowed <or prcaenllug aud provlog 

clalma. j_,-j,ii7n k. PHEP.\UD, (Commla- 
KI.M.MI M. UKAD, | alonera 

Lowell, Doc. IBth, 18rt5^ decI-dlawJwHat 


— — , IFF "1 expect pome fflendahcro to apen 

WW the Ilolidnya with ua- .»... 

" Then you muatT-o to tho Mehrim.\ck tea 
Ptork and i{ol aoinc nice Tea and Old Jav a Oof- 
fee, and pure Sploca." 
" I know whcru It la ; It la 

Mo. 3 Merrimack House, 

Oppoalte tho Monument." 

deciaif S- A. KICUARDSONT, Prop. 


Atlantic White Lead 
and Linseed Oil Co., 

of New York, 
Manufacturers of PURE WHITE 
LE.AD. Dry and in^il, RED LEAD, 
LITHARGE, Glass-makers' Red 
Lead, etc. 

Also, LINSEED OIL, Raw, BoUed 
and Refined. 

For sale by Druggisu & Dealers 
generally, and by 

. ROBERT COLGATE & Ca, 
General Agenfi, 
287 Pearl St., NEW YORK. 


THK'DIAPASOai. A Collection af Chared 
Muaic, to which are prefixed a new and eoapfW» 

hcnnivc view of Muaic and ita N'utalioo; Kxcrclaaa. 
for Ueadint; Muaic, uid Vocal Training; ^ong», 
I'art ^)uni;a, Uounda7 Sec Kor Cholra, BiiiKtog 
Hchoola, ConTentiuna, fee. Uy Ueorge f. UmM* 
Trice $IM. o. 

THU NEW BOOK 70B IS BSA-' 
SON. 

. TWmPHAI^K OF ZfOIV. A CoITeftlort ot 
Music fur BinRlnir Brhoola.Choh-aand XViaical Con- 
ventlona; conaiating of, I. A t^yavcm of Mualcal 
Nol.iliun. II. A variety of Exi-rciaca and Ulcea 
for Sinflnu Hchoola. Ilf. An citenaive collection' 
of Hymn Tunes. IV. A larite aaaortment of Hea- 
toncea, Anthema, and Chanta. Uy kjolon Wliasr 
and KrcJerie S. Davenport, 

The publJMlii'ra inviU' Httenlion to this new l>ook, 
with Rrcat confi.tcnro thatil will prove very attrae- 
tive ami uaeful to r^inflnK hchoola, Cholra and Uan- 
ventipoa. The authora bavo had al their conunaii4 
many now cuiupoailiona by the raoat poDular and 
dlMiiiKolahod rompoaera, foreign and American. 
A feature of thia work ia the prcaentallon of a 
number of hitherto unpubliahed tompoaiUona of 
Charlca Zeuiitr, as well aa aorae by Kovelll an4 
Neukouiin, • ow first publiahod from their maiia- 
scrlpta, In addition to the rich contrlbutlona of tfr- 
inic Aathora. The contents ot the PKAISK Or 
/ION' tiro rliaract<Tlxed by freahneoa, variety aaA 
pr:i<-ticabllily, and the publiahera conlldcotiy pre- 
dict fur it a very wide popularity and uae. Prtca, 
11.50. 

V.^ROV BtlOTHeitS are alao poMtslMfa a* 
THK NEW CAKMI.VA SACRA, by Dr. Lowstt 
Maaon. Sl.50; THE JIBILKE, By William B, 
Hradbury, $1.&0: THE SABBATff BKM.. B 
Oeorjre I*. 

bury, Koo . _ 

MUeiKJ (for tho Epiac0p.1l rtcrvice), By Charlaa 
Wela, f:i.^; and alao of many other raualc booka_ 
in all dt-partmcula. Coplea by mall post paid t£ 
the prlcoa. 1»I asoai MxOTt* *.-*»» 

oci-dbiai 638 BROADWAY OTtW TOBjK. 

— ■• -a,: 

NOTICE TO THB FUBLIO. 

In the year 1^4<5, tho writer emharKed la tha 
I)nii( liiiBlnona in thu city of I'biladtlphio, and 
while ihua engaged, mode aereral oxperlmenia la 
regard to the luoat deairabla mode of preparing 
Kinlil ExlracU. My eiTorU being succcaafnl— the 
nrticlea being approved and uaed by the Meilieal 
Kaculty — I waa di-alrtiiia of placing; them betoretha 
imblic, but healtaled foraonm time Ijefore conclod* 
Ing to reaort to nowapaper advcrtislnc, koowlnfoi 
Iho prejudioea that exlated in the mlnda of BUU17 
againal uaUig advurliaod MediciMt or .SuUrum*t 
but through llic adylce of frmnda and thoao who 
h.Ad uacil them, thia objection waa overrome. 

Alt«r IS yenra' oxoniona, commencing in a aiaatl 
way, the popularity of my articlea haa extended to 
all parw ofthe l*nltad blatoa. and wlflely throoch- 
oul Koreign countries — and this in the face of smmIi 
opnoailloii. Every meana haa been reaorted to hy 
unprincipled doalwra aincc their merit and aucceaa 
have been known— anch aa artvertlaing larger bot- 
tlea at U-aa price, cenauring all other prvparatluna, 
nnd cTen copying my advertiaementa— but I am 
happy lo atato thnt out of the many wIh) have !•- 

aurtiiii to ihia, noue have bceu succeasfuU ;£_ 

MY OUJKcf 
in this notlee is to make facta known to the pabila 
aud reapectoblo doalet-a, bolioving, after so OMay 
yeara' exerliona, that the DriigKLla will discouB- 
tcnanceauch procuedlnga, aud iJiat the reputation 
of my articlea may not bu damagud by the use of 
inferior or apurlwia ones. ^^ 

Knowing that many may read thia artlela wae 
are nnarquaintod wiih me, I append a faw remoHM 
from thoae of ray native city, and whose DSiBaaara 
known in all parts ot the world t 

"Being peraonally acquainted with Mr.H.T. 
Tlclmbold, it aiforda me pieaaure in atating I ha»» 
been moat favorahly iinpreaaed with hia sawny 
and InUgrlty, and gratlSod at hia sueeeaa." 
WM. WEIOHTMAN, 
Firm of I'owaaa fe WaiaHTiSAa, 
Ninth and Brown HtreeU, I'hUadalpua. 

[Scening Bulletin, PkiUuk^hta.) 
" When on a viait to the city of New York afsw 
daya alnco, I waa induced to call on onr old frian* 
and towinraaii, Mr. H. T Helmbold, Drugglat,eM 
Broadway, N. Y. Hia staea Ua Afo«^/- a parfeel 
<;nn— the handaomeat ol any kind we iuMra mwm 
had the plen*iiro of viewing, and so extenai**, b»- 
ing :>4 feet front, Bve alorlea In height, and over 
aw feet deep. It Indeed afforda ns ranch pieaaure 
to know that he haa been so auceeaafal, and Ula 
ample evidence of the merita of hia artlclaa em I* 
our wholw bifalncaa exporianca we have not knawjs 
of the aucceaa of any articlea without Aferii— ad- 
vertlalng merely brlnglog the name before tka 
pubUo." 

[BoMlon Herald.] 
- We do not like to ndvertlee worthless warea.or 
nrticlea ralciil.iled to deeetee oar readers; aaA 
when we aoe an adrertlaer like Mr. Ualmhald. 

ite«a 


...„ largoi. . 

saliatled thnt the atatemenU la regard to hU artl- 
elas wm»t 6e oorreet." 


marl 7 


•Isly 


An Elegant Christmas or ITew 
Year's fresent. 


ArilOTOHJlArilof the Marble statue of ZK- 
NOBIA, In n boanttfnl rustic f^auie. For aala 
at tJAUUKANT'd Uooka^oro. '>'"='^ 

FOR SALE!, 

On Weal ford atreet, laoo feet of land aad 

eolUgo houae (No. 1) thereon, containing 

five rooma and bnaement flitcd and now onened aa 

amarkol. I'rico Sl.OOO. Inquire of th^ auljacrUier 

on the preralaoa. 

Lowell, Nov 26th, 1866. 


0. HKAD. 
oovit6d3m1l 


Diaries for 1866. 

AfUKHIl iupply luat received and for sale at 
less than publlaheri' pricea at 
Jl BAKUKANT'8 Bookatore. 


deoIA 



ONC B >4 0RE! 

1 bare to oAr to the |>ublle a 

LABOB SKlBCTIOy 
_or- 

RIOH OIPT BOOKS 

rnncHASBD won mew tbar*i oipts, 

Call and examine them. 

F. Pa ClMaUR^HALT^ 

Bookseller anA ^(atlonsT, 
4,«ll »1 Merrlmaek i: treat. 


Qreat Chance to Make Money. 

PERSONS wanted, of either aex. In every city, 
town and village uf Maaaachusetta, fur the 
sale of tho magnificent work of art, "Our Oront 
Anthora," containing full length portralu of the 
moat eminent writora. Kxcluaivo right to corape- 
tHiit partlea. 8inart Agonta can clear $20 per da v. 
Hend aUmp for circular, or call on A. 8- l""^ 
BODY, 67 Cornhlll, Boaton. no*3Td3m 


Mm^ MANHOOD 

fiSQr now i^^T \ how rpstorcr ! 

Jtut jniblWted, in a Henliid Envelope. /Vice, 6 et 

A LKCTIIRR ON THE NAITRK, TRKAT- 
ment, and Radical Cure of Hperraatorrh<»a, er 
Hcmlnal Wonknoaa.lrvolnntary Kmlealons, »eio- 
al Debility, and Impedimenta to Marrtage ganar- 
ally ; Nervouaneas, Conaumption, Rptlepay, an 
Kite; Mental and I'hyaioal Incapacity, reeaUin 
from Self .\buae, Ac. By Hobt. J. Cti-vaawaix 
M. v., author of the Orsea Boot, eio. 

a A Maea ta Thea.aads et Sanarars.** 
Bent Under seal. In a plain eiivelope, lo any a 
dreas,poa( pf»W, on receipt of alx cenU, or tW 
postage aUmpa, by Dr. J. C. KMNK, 

lat Bowery, Now York, I'oat Ufflco box ♦,686. 
ao»7 ^"^ 


~^. DAVID HTDM, 
STOPS BROBBUi 

AND MSMBKR OF TUB B08T0IC STOCK 
AND BXCHANOK BOARD. 
Oflee In Boston, No. IS Exchange Btrset. 

He may be found la Lowell at Wm. H. Frwwh' 
Apothocary Hlore, eor. of Central and Merrlmaak 
HtreSU, afternoon and svsnlng. Also at the Dapo 

"House. No.'«« AadoTer Street. seplUdlslf 

ADntS* ANT> (WKT'S DBKSSWO CABtM 

^jrorsal.byK»0WLK8^BB2Sitaak.U.H. 1 


whom we have known foi years, gradually esl««< 
hia adveitlaing from year to year until ho becoaaea 
the largoat adverilaer in iho UniU-d rilatea, we are 

■ "s artt- 

•l 

The writer raluctnntly inserts tha abova, aM 

would not do ao were he not a alranger lo many; 
and concludua hy atating the names of hia articlea, 
and tho diaeaaoa for which they have beea aaa4 by 
many ihousauds with complete saooeaa, 

[ADTBBTiaBMUn.] " 

H«lmbold'# Bxtr«ot of Bnahtp£^^ 

win cure all diaenaea of tha Kidneys and Bladder. 
Cures Pain or Weaknoaa In the Uaok, BlrleSarss. 
etc.; Cures Weak Nerves, Loss of Meaaary.TN^ 
bllng, Dhnneaa of Vlslpa. 

HEIaMBOLD'S FLUID EZT&^OT QT 
BUCiiU 

is a pare fluid exttaft, aot'a weak tea or lafiMlf^, 
la the one thitig needful for all oomplnInU InolMSS 
to Females. For partloulara aaad for CIrealsv/ ' ^ 

UELMBOLD'S f LUID tXTBAET BtZ- 
CUU 

oares Orarel and Dropalcal »rslllnga exMlMrl* 
Men, Women, or Children; In fact, ALL V19- 
KAHKS requiring the aid of a Diuretic. It la tbe 
greatest Tonic and Diuretic known— perfketly aafe, 
yleoaABt la taate aod odor, aad tmaadlala la ISa 
aoUw^ -, '_ ]' ♦• . 

HKLXBOLD'B 

riTild Extract of BarMip«riIlaj[^ 

HlOHLT CoacaaTBATXB. 

Ons trottle eddtmlsntiii strangthio oaaiallaai af 
the Syrup of Decoction. 

It raachea the aeal of the diaaaae ImaMMsSaly, 
ezpelliog all HL'MOHM OF THK BLOOD, and 

■ BfAirriFTyf <l. THK OOHPLKXTorfl 
Thoae articlea, )>elng of saeh atreagth, tba 4aae 

Is exceedingly small. From thia AmV, H M aaai^a 

tha United tMatea Army Haspltala and fwM l elsa- 

Itary InatliaUens thranghoot tbe laad. 
0f Sold by all Droggiats eTerywbera. 
a,* Aak for Uetaabold's. Take ao ol|Mf. ^ 
•a* Cut out the ad I sil l ssmsat aad aaad ftirll, 

••4 by thia maaas aeotd OMater'rit. 


piMT <i«AUTT^).-.^g5^^^^ 


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TttS CoparUifnhIp harotofor* riUlIng brtwt«a 
til* uiHl«r«lcn«Ml U Ihl* dav diMolvad. ha*<tif 
«taae«*4 oTUm knatniwa io Mr. Ki>«akp Hailkt. 
TlM b— tii»M «r the IkUi nrta will b« •eitlod kr iti« 
who will rwaialn for th* prMMtl al 

. tlralrrul to th« eltlteni of I^^wall 

' ika llbml patruni««« be«l«w*4 upon ih* auira 
■•t twinly two years, Ih.-y aollcU a caa- 
I of lh» aamr for thrlr auccxta»or, Mr. Bal 
Ur, knowioit him U> b« a ihorouKh aii<4 fkllful 
AfMlMMry. and b<llv«lnH he wl I en.loaror lo 
■alutoia lu tb» fulurw thr rr|(Utallon Ihe aiofe haa 
•^)oy«d In the pMt, «a r<'K«r<la the <|uiilitv of Iha 
na^lHiiaa, the care uard In dUpinalnf, and partle- ^ 
•UHv tiM lTfcrip4nm Drp irtment. ) 

Mr.l.CHAKLBi HOOD will reiialn at Iha •«• 
■IM4. SAMl'KL KIODKK,jR., . 

DAVID COaUlN. 
L*w«U, Oct. loth, IM». MlM4tr 

Tmt anderalr*^ harina a«rTC<l a full appran- 
tlr«ahlp with H. M. Whiliie) , of l.awrencv, 
aad bavliif had a roccnl fiprrltiice In the wril 
kiiown eatabllahmeiit of Caawt-il, Mack k Co , of 
Kew York, would reaprctfuHy announce to tho 
•1lla«in« ot Ixiwvll that he haa piirchaaed lh« well- 
kMWD DruR Ktore of HAM'i. Kidder, Ja. ft Co., 
«f*re, by •(rlrl peraonal atluiitinn lo lyi*lnv«, ha 
kupea to mrrll a eonlJnuaiicaof the patrnnagaba- 
Mwwa4 OD the lata flnn. 

KDHARD BAIT.KV. 
' to Samuel Kidder, Jr. k Co. 



laBderalrnad havlnir formed « eopartner- 

ITf nndcnKaelrlc oT F. K K. Uilley, "wm 

IniM t1«a Apothecary bualnca* aa •urcruon to 

(>am'l Kidder, Or. * Co.. oerner of Mrrr1inK<<k and 

JohaalrcaU. FKKDKKICK B.MI.KY, 

BDWAKD BAILBV. 

LawaU. Paa. lat, im . M^ 

iSktLl\i\ ^ ll'l' UK f OKFEITr.U Ht 
qK^UU DR L. piX if failiDK to euro in 
laea <iint than *nj other phyiiciaii, more cffec 
ta«ll7 and prrmaneutl7,wittt Iraa retlraiLtfroni 
eecapaiion ur fear of eapoauro to all weather, 
with aafe and pleaf-aot meilictiiea, 
SKLP-ABC8K AND SOLITARY HABITS 

Toeir effecl* and ronaeouencer ; 
8PKCIAL AILMKKTH ANU bITUATlUNS. 

IneMent to Married and Single Laiiliea ; 
BBCRKT AND DSUCATH DI>OBDBRS, 
Mareorlal Aflvetione ; Eruiuiona and all Die- 
tMe* of thr Skin ; Uloera of the Noae, Tbroai 
aM Bnd> ; Pimpleaonthe Faoe; Pwellinga < f 
the JoioU i Nervouencte ; Conatitutional and 
ether Weakneaaea in Yoaihi and the more ad- 
Vaneed, at all agea, nf 
BOTH SEXES. SINGLE OR MARRIED. 

DR. L. DIX'S 

PRITATS MEDICAL OFHCE. 
tl Ba4llc*«» Street, B«et*M, fiaas., 

ia eo arranged that paUenn ean never a*e or 
hear other*. Ilecolleet the omlt entrance to 
hi* Office is NOt 31, ha\ing no connectioij 
with hie eaidence, eonaequen ly no family in- 
lermyiion, ao that on no account can any per 
■on hesitate applying at bia office. 

I>R. UIX 
teWly attrrU (and ii cannot be contradletet^ 
•leept b« Quacka, who will tay or do anything, 
cyea periarc themaelvea, to iiapofe upon pa- 
Ueata) that he 

Ii TBBOULT BBOVLaa OKADVaTB fmtbiciak 
ADTIBTiaiNO IM BOaTOII. 

8IXTKBN TEAR!< 
•£|ta|ed in treatmen of Special Diteaaea a 
faet ao well known to ma-iy Ci'iirni. Publiah 
•re. Merchants. Hotel Ptourietors, dkc. tha' 
he is aauch r'-comoiende , and particularly to 
tiTKANGEkS A^D TRAVELLERS. 
To avoid and eaeape Irapn^itinn of foreign 
and )fa'i*e Quack", mor$ ntmteromi in Boitoi 
than other large cities, 

I'R. L DIX 

froadW refer* to Tror aaora and re*peetabl< 
'h>aici*i>s— many ot whom consult him ir> 
eritieai caa**, bectuse of his acknowledged skill 
and reputation, attained thr-iuith ao long expe- 
lieuee ptactic* and obaervati n. « 

AFFLICTED AND UNFOkTUNATE! 
be not rohbeJ and add to your aufferioK* in k>e- 
taitr oeeri«ed by the lyiua buasta, misrepieaen 
tatkina, fal-e promises and pre enaicns of 

FORI* ION AND NATIYB QUACKS, 
sihn know little of <he nsture and char..eter of 
Bpeeial I'iseaaes and Lsas aa to tbei' cure.— 
9oae esbihii for^d Dii'lomas of Institution* 
or Col'eges, «hlrh ncet existed m any part of 
the world; u'hero fihibit Di|ilomas of the 
Dead, how obtained, unknown; not only aa* 
sumin^ and adverti>li.>in the nauiea i,f tbo»e 
ta»ert»d in the Diplomas, but to further theit 
tmpuaitioB assomc oaaaes uf other moat cele 
hrated Fhy«ieia..s loDy ainoe dead. Neither be 
4oc«ived by 

qCACIi H08IRUM DEALERS, 
throofh fal-e eerttfleates and references, snd 
reeovHendationa of 'their mt^ieme* by th« 

- 4»m4, who cannot cap se or coDWadiei thrm; 
er who. besides, 'o further their ituposition 
OApy treat Medical booa* much that is written 
of the qualities and e<r«-ct> of different hrrl^s 
aod plan's, and aanrib; all ihe aaoic to 'heir 
Pills, hziracis, ^>pcciFea. Ac. moat of which, 
tf aot all, o->i uin jiervury, beoauae of the ai - 
•teat belief of iu*- curing ererytbing, ' but 
■ow known fo * kiil more tpan i* cured," and 
tka^o Lot killed, ooustitutiuaally injured for 
Hie. 

lUMO&ANCB O** QUACK DOCTORS ANl 
NOnTKLM MAKbR^ 
Thrnoch the ignoran-e of the Quack Doe- 
tor.'hnewing no o'her remedv, he reiiea upon 
MaactikT. and gives ii to all his pstlents in 
Fills, Dropa. ^ r . so the .Soitrum Maker, 
equally i^orant, adds to hia ao-c tiled Ex 
traeta, Si>ecilc, Antidote. Ac both relying up 
on iu elfeeia in caring a nw in a hundred, it la 
tmrnpeted in various vrays tbr"U|(bout the 

• land ; hut, ALas I nothing ia aaid of the bal- 
■aoe i aome of whom die. others grow worse. 
aW are lef' to lincer and suflTer for month* or 
foara, ontil relieved or cured, if pos«ible, by 
competent phyticians. 

BUT ALL QUACKS A lot NOT IGNORAWl* 

Notwithaiauding the 'oregoing facu are 
knewii to aome Quack Doctura aod Noatrum 
Makera, yet. tegardl«^ss of the li'e and health 
of others there are <hoae smong them who will 
even perjare tbem^lves. contradicting giving 
Mercury 'o their patient* or that it is c-uitain 
c4 in their Nostrum*, ao that the " uauai fee " 
■aj oe obtain ci for profes*rdly curiug, or ''the 
dollar " or " ftaetion of it " may be obtained 
for tho Nostrum. It is thus that many arede 
oolvod alao, and uaelessh spend la>ge amoants 
Ihr eai>erimeou ia quackery. 
DK. L. DIX'S 
" ohar](eo are very Moderate Commtmications 
aaercdly eor>fldential, and all mar rely on him 
with the atrictes' aecrec> and confldenoe, what- 
ever Bay be the disease, condition or sitnation 
ol anv one, married or single. 

Medicines sent by (tail or Express to all 
partaof the Vniie^ Statea. . 

all letters requiring advice moat eontaia ()ne 
ioUa< to insure an ansaer. 

Addree* Da. L. l>ix. No. >I Endicott etreot. 
Boaf>n. Maaa. 

Boiioa. Jan. 1. 1806. jsaOdStawly 

'PO THE LAniES.— The celebrated D*&. 
X L DIX particularU invites all Ladie»who 
•ecd a Mtd*f<tU or Surateai aaviaer, to call at 
hia Rooms, Mo. 21 Bi dicott Street, boston, 
Maaa.. wbicn tbey wili And arranged for their 
special a jc mmodation. 

Da. DIX having devoted over twenty years 
to this particular brancb of the treatment of 
all '.isease* pecoliar lo females, it is now con- 
ee4ad by all (both in this country and io Eu- 
rope) that he excels til other known praeti'ion- 
ore in the aaCe, •{ sedy and effeet".:;: treatment 
of atl female complaint* 

His medieinea ate prepared with the expreaa 
•orpoae of removing ail diaeaaes, such as de 
WHty, w akne-e, annataral anpt>reoalooo, eo- 
terneasents of the woaab, also all dischareea 
which (ow from amnmid state of the bkHxT — 
The Doctor is nov full* prepared to treat in 
hia peeoliar style, both medically and anrgical- 
ly, all disea«es of tbc lemale sex, and they are 
•eapeotAiUy laviud to call at 

■•• S> BMAloott •traet, BoatOB, - 

All letters requiring advice matt eoatainoao 
dollar to ensure an snswer. 
BooloB. Jan. 1. 1866. ianftdluwlr 

Oity Blil Poster and Dutrlbutor 


BOSTON ADVERTISFMNETS, 

VllUIITABXIl 

Polmonary Ualsam, 

roB 

r««p[|8 fulds and roaKa»|ilI«i. 

Kstabllthed 1S20, and atlll the brat known reme- 
dy for all alTectlona of thv Lunea,) Throat and 
Cheat. Be careful lo get the genuine., 
Rk.fe:D.riJIMMt * «:o ■•>• m fr'<prlet ra. 
lAKGK UOTTLKS, $1. SMALL, 60CT8. 

PQRE CODTiVER oil 

Bottled ejT>rMf/y tor ^fe^H^■^H^ll nar, hy REKT>, 
Cl'TI.KK A Ci»., who hav« fMclllllet for obtaining 
Oil of the moat reliable quality. LabuB But 
rLBs, fl.ou. . 

THE P ¥ E ! Til eXiK ! 

ipBl^ PR. E. KXTOHThasdUcoveroAanew 
WMk^ trt'.itmom for the Eyo. by which he Is 
^^i^^ciirinif »oiiu- of iho worst cnRc* of Ulim: 
nesK and Iipariieat ever known, without Instru- 
menta or pain. 

O AM . JuH * Dr. Knight's new trratmrnt for 
Csncar* auruafrea all other* now in u»e. It euro* 
wltliout kiiirc. pliiateror paTn, aninioaTa'wirhouTir 
scar. £verv kind of Diarase treated with grvnX 
success. Uuniora of every kind t-rndicated from 
•he system. No charge for couaulutlona. Office, 
IM Tremont street, Boston. 


UliAaSIO HALIi. 


Liixiiriniit Hair lor A I*. 

Bogle's Hyperion Fluid rcetorcs and dre*«et Hair. 
Bogle's Kitctrlc Hair Dye, Bt*l In Ihe World 

llogle'a Wig* and Hair Work, N. w ItnprovenieiiiH 
burpa** all others. Cheapest, best, and most re 
liable. Try I Be convinced. 

4V Mystiko*. or Bogle's M v*tlc llair Tint, beaU 
everything for givinir a splendid and natural color 
l« the Uair, MeustHche* or Kyebrows. One prep 
aralion, do trouble, complete and perfect. 

W. HOuLE, 
Wigs aod Ualr Work, 308 Washington st. Boston. 

DISEASESIdF the BLOQDs 

I»R. N. nRRr^Fha* for more than twentv 
years given special attention to the treatnvent of 
Cancer, Scrofula, Humor, and all l>isea*ea of tin 
Blood. Hia oitice la at >e* lemiila fl • e, 3rd 
door from Waabliigton (treet, Bonton. Pamphlet 
de*crlptlve of ireuunent, aenifree. Office houi^ 
from » to S. Ills ludian Uemedlea for aale only at 
the office. 



FAIRBAKK'8 

Prrminni Staadard 

SCALES 


conncRciAL acadebit 

WIM roKifiea Beptembar 4. for the reeauUon of Pupils, 
DAY AND flVK NINti. 

I NTgLUGINT tloitats of either tax. may bare 
■ qualify thamseives *n a l^w weeks, to take okariie 

01 any soloi Book*, with oonll<lvno» and ability. 

A tul\ commercial oounis oom|ir^^ BIngI* ami 
OoMble Kntry Douk-kaeilDg, renmaosblp, Buslnsa. 
forms, aa Notes, Dralla, Aooeptanoe*. Ac; Inlereat 
A^eraga. CKNnmiesluiK lasnranoa, Kxohaugo, Dis 
c<-nol, Proflt and Loss. 

Toltlen lar Foil (^anrss, •14, — Tiae Vm. 
Umltti. 

Btodoats oft nth seie* al*' received at any time t>.\ 
ibe quarter, by the monvh, or by ilie le*v>D, In Arlth 
ualla Algebra, Oraaituar, History. Latin, Krenob.At 

TOiTioa i« aoTAMoa aa fotMws : i 
Penmaoshliv 18 Lassona fS 00 

Bmgia Kntiv. s S.'W 

Dnulde r.nirf, B.'H) ' 

On* Month. I>av Hohool. S..VJ 

One MoBlh Rvaalne Hcbnol. SOO 

.l\« M MoTlnT. rr(ncln>' 
Kor the last twenty yraTt teacher In the public 
and private school* uf lx>well. 

LOWD'I *Utf<l«l 1 l»l6 BUCtll*' 


%V."Mr 


n T A M has this d.-iy admitted 
B. If. WEKI) loan Interest In th< 
general bnvlnr** cnrrivd on bv him at hi* old stand 
.\'o. 41 Cenlrar tit reel. Mr. VVted has for several 
yeara given hia whole »ttentl6n to the severii! 
brMiiclie* nf.buslnes* cnriii-d on by nie, iind we ar> 
coiifldenl that sll who favor u* withthvir pn)roi> 
age will find our good* (he bert the market afTonlx 
while our priri-i will be h* low n« the sume qualltv 
of goods In Boston or elsewhere. 

Our stock of HIano*, 8i'rn|thlnps, Cnhinet Or 
gans, etc., etc., will he kept complele, both f r *al< 
itnd renting, fhei-t Muaicsnd MudcHl Work* oi 
all l>lnd«, I'Icture* and IMcture Frame*, Ovul nnr. 
square, for Thotographa and l*Hliitlng», In grcai 
variety, and at greatly reduced price*. 

Particular attention paid to thi* branch of oui 
bualneN*. .Ml the variou* rtyie* of the day ui 
hand or manufHctnrtrd nt vhort notice. 

Our (lock of Clocks and Timepiece* iRthelarire* 
In the city, and of the best uunllty. Looking Ola«* 
e* and I'lHtes, both Frt-ncn and Uennan, of all 
sizes: UlSKses and Frame* re eildod and repaired 

AI»o .Agents for Singer k Co '• celi-bratej few 
tng MaehLei, and the " Union " Button hole Mn- 
chine*. W. U. I)Y.\K. 

I>owell Get. S. 18AS. ocV2dtf 


'plgaobaoriber attends (iroaiptlT to ths Vostiag or 
I Wtlf^aKag o< Bills or Ciroalaia, or every «aa 
■Iptlea. Oaargaa reaaoaabla. 
t>r«ert reeetvad a* No. nl Oeatral dtrtel. 

|7>TkaoHly regalar BIU roaUr la tho Cltr. 

K. L. DATIg. 
} UwelLMb.tl.INI. eMld«*ttl 


9XLTBR FRUIT K^IYBS, 

MADK OP COttf* 

NEW RTYI.K8 Jttst received at AMOS S.tk 
BOIlN'd r'llvur Ware and Jewelry ManuCse 
lory, eornvr vf Cantraf aod Middia atrwala. Lowell 
" mufmti^ 

BW S%«TRr. irMRA«T«reeelvo« al J. 
Ili. M. PBAIU»ON>fl. 
II Baak Bloak, Bhattoek atraol. 

1g\£\ Baab. verygneBUAOBABKBCtraala 
IfV ati. k/m. HBABtlUMH, 

Baak Bleak, MkaMoek etreot. 


N 


¥>. 


NBArrUK rnv'aKPTK Jaet reeoleed hy 
BiXUifOf, IM OMtral al. 


J 

Made of the Best MsterUls, In Ihe most thor 
ongh manner, and receiving CONSTANT IM 
I^UOVEMENTb under the suver%'lsion of 

THI£ U<{1GIN4I. I^VrNTOR. 

KVXaT TAaiETT, Aa 
Bay, Coal, Railroad, PUltbrm and Counter. Drug- 
gist*', Confertloner*', Butcher*', Grocers', and 
Gold Scalea, Beams, Spring Balances, Ac, kc, iftr 
sale at our 

WARKHOIJSE, 

X18 IkAllls. JStxreet, 

B'iSrON. 

FillKB^^KS BHDWV&J^CO 

Bold in Lowell by CHASE, SARGENT k CO. 

A i.AHV who has been cored of great nervou> 
debllhy, after manv years of misery, desires to 
make fcnowu to all fellow auflTerers the sure mean* 
of relief. 

Address, enclosing a stamp, MRS. M. MERRI6T 
BoiMSS, Boaton, and the prescription will be sent 
free by return mall. sepiSdly 

DX..LAMO) KAil*.S 

8<RSAPARIM.A CONP^IiilVII, 

For the cure of Liver Complaint, Pyspepsia, Sorol 

nia. Dropsy, Neuralgia, Rpllepsy, Krysip^as, 

Bolls, I'umors, halt Rheum, I'Icers and 

Sores, KheumatUm, I'aln In the t^tom- 

ach, hide atiil liowel*. Debility, and 

all complaints arising from 

IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD. 

For ssle by F. Tl. BUTLER k CO., corner Cen 
trsi snd .lackaon strreU : J. K. HAYES, IB Central 
street, Lowell. , 


Chtfd's rriend! 

Perry's Worm Tea. 

AflAFE and effectual remedy for all kinds of 
Worms found In Ihe human body; elB<i a cer 
tain cure for Worm Fits, Worm Fever, Tenesmus, 
tie. I'osaeaaing In Its coniblnatlon eminent clean 
sing and strengthening propertie*, its use will al 
waya Imnrove the health of the putient, whether 
Impaired by worms or other eauaes. 

Priea Tvreaty-Bwa rents. 

PERRV, Chenilst. 
BUTLER »c CO 
, Iy27d«m11 


Prepared only by JOHN A. 
Boston, Mass. Sold by F. II. 
cor. Central aod Jackson sts. 


MiNiilitt 

DR. STRICKLAND'S MELLIFLUtH'S COUGH 
BALSAM Is warranted to cure Coughs, Culil*. 
Ilnarseneas, Asthma, Whooping (.'ough. Sore 
Throat, Consumption, and all affections of the 
Throat and l.unv*. 

For ssle by l>roffel*ta. M cents per bottle. 

GEO. C. tiOODWI.V k CO.. 37 Hanover Street, 
Boston, Bole Agent* for New England. 


I'ili' If I'll Wily. 


DR. fiTRICKI.A!TD'8 PTLK REMEI>Y has 
cured thousand* of Ihe worat ca*e* of Blind and 
Bleeding l*ile*. It give* immediate relief and ef 
feet* a permanent cure. Try it directly. It Is war 
ranted to cure. 

for sale by all Druggists. 60 cents per bottle. 

GEO. C. OOOPWIN At CO., 88 Hanover Street, 
Boston, Bole Agents for New Englnod. 

septl d3m 

PARAFFINE OILS. 

HAVING been appointed Sole Aqekts roa 
Lowell AND viciaiTY for the aale of BAI 
LEY* KATO.N'S P.-VKAKHNE OILS, for Ma 
chlnery, ke , have them conatantly on hand and 
tor aale at Mani r>CTiRr.Rn' phkg*. 

Attention Is callul to tha*e Oil* a* being mads 
azeliialvely from AMERICAN CANNEL COAL, 
and having no connection with thr nnmerou* I'e 
Iroleum Oils, now aoM under tht name of I'arnf 
fine by irre*pon*lble partl«*, who endeavor lo gain 
credit by COPYl.VO our cireulara and our dlrec- 
llous for use of our Oils. 

C. B. COBURN * CO., 
Mechanic*' Building. 
Lovrell, Sept. S, 1805. septSdtJanl 

CHAMPAGmK ALK. 

iC^fll 1 he attention of ^be public is aoliri 
(Ma^Ced to the Kuperior quality of HAM- 
■IHiMliEit'S freih brewed CUAMPAUNi 
ALE. This Ale is brewed fre*ti at all seasoni- 
of the year, and the heepine otiality of it, enpe- 
eially of such brewed during the most excentivi 
hot weather, i* guaranteed for any length of 
lime. For aale in hhda. bbla and half bbu. 

Only agent in Lowell. D O. KMEK80N, 
No. 128 Hulfo.k Street 

Jan. 1.1862. ianldtt 

OOirriDIIlfTIA£a 

., ,^j, VOywo MEN WHO HATC 

•4l|^0a» Iniored themselves by oertaln secrei 
W^^f bsWts, ablcb unflil tbsm.for business 
pieaaure. or tha duties of married lite 
also mlddle-agHd and old man. who. from the ollles 
ol youth, or other caufea. leel a debllit* In advance 
el their y«M I a, Iwiore piseing thamsalves under the 
ttsatment ol any one, should flr*t read *■ Thb Hae 
•or Fataao." Married Leslies, sistilng lo avoid 
ao iasrtaae aC family, will learn *omei.b<ngorinnor- 
loaoa by perusing •• Taa BacaaT Fai awn." 
loot to aar address, in a sealed envelope, oa re- 
ef Twooty Ire OentA. Address 

DB OBAA. A. STUAHT* CO.. 
U, IM^ fdlel Boston, Maas 


Reputation Established I 

oTlr.v. A». at. of /If n is truly \ 
» public bene fttc tress, auti 
her %Pnnd(riul success is 
itnpr*r(d!niefi. Mit'ir ftitnt 
:nd, her iUscovericH huvt 
zone abroad, and iO'd:tt{ 
site is iti her Uue ihe tarfS' 
-St mannfactnrcHH in the 
world. 

Everybody Interested! 

Youth ttud old. affe art 
alikcbcniiU'd by the u\e «/ 
Jfgrn.S *'i.Alleti's WsrliVs 
ii/iir RHHiiTrer and tMair 
Dressing, Thftf act di rert- 
ty upon thti roots of the 
hair, ctms-n^ luxuriant 
grntcth and b cauiy. Your 
^air^ilrhausfd to fsrty *.r 
white bff sirtiness or other 
rauses, will soon be nsfor' 
ed to its natiirtil color and 
beauty, DttndrafT cradi- 
raftd forever. The Ii:.ii 
ffilt^ingistopptd. T,'i<' m »a i 
dciitat h f ad'tirtas c r tiOK' 
Hit can be warn with'jut 
fear of soiling. Thentost 
delightful frasrance to thr 
hair is imparled, Ef you 
wish to restore ff.'.ur itair. 
aa idi youth, ami retain it 
through life, without dc 
lay purchase <i boltle of 
Jftrs. S.^. ^llUtrs lf*;r/rf « 
Hair Restorer ttnd Orcss- 
ing- 

Bold by Dmggista tbrooghout tha \7orld. 

FUlNCirAL SALLS OKlIt;!-., 

t9S * 900 Oreenwich St.. NewVorh. 

8cpt.2«,18A6. eepl3S*lr 

FOREST RIVER LE.-..D COMPANY. 

BaLRM, MA8>ACHU8Ki'IS. 

\LL«WITR LEAD (IB UtI) ma^eat the Foaasi 
RrVBB Miu Is warranted to U; gro^md lo tin 
'■est Old London I nteedOII: and lis *u)ier1or <iual 
ity for Boot, Davisa and PiaaatM, It I* hellavn 
■ not excelled b> any estal>li«hmenl In the tiorld. 
UI White Lead oiade ai above, au'l marked ■■ War 
-antnd Pura," 1» I aaracTir Pr 

Th« great body and capacity for covering r| ibii 
uead, renders 1.1 cheaper to tba oonstimer than otbei 
<j*ads. It IS confldoDily believed thai lOd lbs of 41 
rill do a* much work at 12.*^ lb* of most other :)rarid*. 
Phis fact ha* lie<>n (laled l>y Miroo of the best paint- 
irs in this Tlclaity, la BosUin and elsewhere. A Tali 
rial ol tbc article will convince any ursciicsl (unpie 
adicad) painter that he can work aaaler ana U 
(raater advantage with It, than witb any other Leat* 
low olTorlng to the public. 

TbeOenural Ajceul, who peraonally superintend 
be maoatbotani of ibis Lead, has been engaged ir 
ho Lesd Busineaa for nearly a quarter of a ecninr^ 
ind hU experience, oonnsolod witb im|iortaat Im 
,>rovemenls 'n tiie mode of manult - ure. enables his 
o rvmish an articlr that cannot tut passed. 

Lead laannfacturtxl by the "F slRlvcr Lead Con 
jany." can b« obtained at the anufacturer't prtct 
•t CnAIlLkR B. COBURN, 4 and 5 MecbaoK 

Inlldng, Ihition street. l.owell a|irS9d 


OOVBBICOB VAI.VB8. ' 

FIR etationary Engines of '• Judton't Pa 
tent," Rochesur, N. Y., also, " FitU' Pa 
Mnt Olohe and Ooveraor Valvf a," for tale b 

****** No neutral St 

GRAND CONCEKT I'lANO. 

^fM»-^ W II. UTAH haa lir*-laasura or Ir. 
■■jj^aHHsaming \hr moaioal pobllo Uut he has 
3 ff g n fEl'"'^ HoaUaaton Hall a aaw full 

2?2?r.. . J^''*** 'n'otTnaUoB in regard to II 
• " ""•'« otreei. aovIWM 


CIOAR CAMiC* reeelred thI* day at No. II4 
Memmaek str«,t, by KNOW^.E« BEoi; 


USIC STOR£;! 

ANI>— — 

Frame Manufactory. 

w .TiriyY A R 

so CENT HAL STREET, 
Continues to kce,i a Isrge STOCK of 

LOOKING GLAkSSK^ 

FOR 8ALK, and mrnufactores to order an 

•ize or *tyle. Employs good woikmen o 
Praincs ( <r 

POIITrtAii.s 
/.,rUOT HE8, 


7 /;/ 


' I l» I » 

TO limm TtiR COMPLKIION. 

UBR Bholte' Whits Liquid Knamsl." The "En- 
amel ^wlll remove the worst cases nf Yan, 
Freckles, VImpIr*, Moth I'atehe*, or Bonburn, In 
from four lo *li day*. It whiten* Ihe skin perma 
nenlly, and Imparla a frcahne** and tranaparency 
lo the compli'iion, which Is nerlecllj|,iiaturHl, and 
without Injury to th« skin. No toilet Is eompleU 
without It. rVloo by mall, sealed and post paid, 
60 Cent*. Addreas C. F. HlllH/rS. 
■ oetl8*Sm S«6 River t<l., Troy, IT. T. 


«>. 


NEW ADVEKTISE.MENTS. 


M0\1»KKF(]LI.Y SIKAKGK. 

MADAME M. H. PERRKOAULT. ' 

WHO ha* aatonlahed the sclentlAc classes of 
I'nri* and London, ha* now iiermsnenlly 
loeated hervelf at Alliany, N. Y. Madame I'erre 
gnult, by lha.^1 of her wonderful tii*triiment, 
known aa the HoiioH<^npE guarnntees lu produce 
a life Hie picture of the lutiira hiisbarrd or wifu of 
Ihe patron, together with Ihe date of marriage, 
leading traila of character, orcnpntion, ete. - 

Till* I* no humbug, aa ihoimiiiidK <if teallmonlaU 
can n**ert. 8he wili *end, when dedn^d, a writ- 
ten guarantee that the picture is what It purport* 
lobe. 

By (tating see, height, complexion, color of eyes 
and Imlr, and incloaiiiK &*• cent*, and atainped en 
velope. addre«*ed to yourself, you will ruovlve the 
picture by return msll. 

Address Madame M. H. VERRKGACLT, 

QCU8»3io r. O. Drawer -A>3, Albany, N. Y. 


— & PHOTOGRAPHS. 

Oeal ahd oth«r stylea, Ornamented and Plain. 
Rcgildlog aod HepolrlHg Plates (erQia 
Attended to. 

Imitation Gold MouldiflgK tor SaleCbCH} 

A large Stoch of 


Sept. M. IMO. 


ACa« A6e| Ao. 


aep34dtf 


OOLTON'8 BBLBCT FLAVOB8 

OF Ihe choice Fruits, Bplees, etc., for making 
Ice Cream, I'aplry, 8ancea, .lellles. Cusurd*, 
BInnc Mange, Cake, etc. Every houaekeeper and 
lover of choice Aavora should try lli«*e Flavoring 
Kxtraels and compare them with others— being the 
beat and moat economical. 

J.fc J. M. PEARHUN are the A genu for I.OW 
ell, Savings Bank Block, HbaUuck st, scptlO 

OLD FARMFRS' AMIANAC, 

BT ROBERT B. THOMAS, 
and 

London Almnnao. IlluatrftUd. 

^;' OR ths year lM6e— .fast received and for salt 
at COGUBSIIALL'H Book and Butloner) 


atort, 81 Merrimack airecf. 


novl 


hand, bv KN0WLE8 BROS, al 
^rrlmaek street, a my large etoek 


A 8 usual 
# » ?'.*i"*^JW"'^'""~-' ""•". ■ very iBrgs srora 
of RAIN tUftkEi^LAH. In %im» ef Voir vrarJher 


''■^f^'jJ'" ••»""• by going lo KNOWlJCi) BKUH 
oa« bayti^ oao al a very low price. oeU 


J- 



A UBl'RV, Gold 
f^ en, Flaxen, and 
Rllken'(-CKL8 pro 
duced by the u*« of 
l'n»f. I»E Bar.l X'« 
FRItiER LE CHE 
VEU.V. 

One application 
Wiirrarit'd to curl Ihe moat alrHlHbt and sluhborn 
hiilr of elthef sex into witvy rliivlel* or heavy mna 
»ive curl*. Ha* been u*ed hy the fashionables of 
I'arl* and London with Ihe moat gratlf^-lng re- 
aulla. I>aea no iitjury to Ihe *kln. 

Price by mall, sealed and poat paid, $1. ITes 
criptlve clrculsrs sent free. Address 

BERGEH KHULTZ k CO., ChemUU, 
.P.O. Drawer I i, Troy, N. Y., sole Agent* for 
tha United Sutes. octl8*3m 



F|MrDBN riMAf.R SBMINART. HiaAM 
O'P""' A. M, Principal. Aooommod«li;>n, 
exoelleni ; Course of Htu.lv eiUnsIvs and Ihor- 
ouah ; toard of Instruction large, cxperieiieed and 
efflclenl.and txpeitttt Ift Ikan al nng ot/ter t,lf>oi 
oftht mmfyra,le Eighty pupils In attendance, 
Hummer and Fall Term*, tinier Term bealns 

ir?h.' prin";^';: ''•'•"• *"' '• "*■ ^""'^ •"'' 

We«t I.ebaaoo, N. H., Deo. 18A8. 

OOpSY'S LADS*tt BOOK. " 

ARTHURS HOM^ MAGAZINE. 

Both Mngaiinc* one year, for tt.liO. For sale bv 
News Agents everywhere. Address 

L. A. UOUEY OB T, a. AR rill'R It CO. 
m ihlUuMjihtti, ra. 

'l'*5L7.A"r ■**'"-MOORK'/ RURAL 
■- KEW VORKKR, the groat .VgrleuUural III 
erary, and Family Weekly, Ably conducted and 
nnelv printed and illuai rated. Adapted to the 
whole rountry. Largest circulating lournal nf Ita 
c«** In the world. Onlyf:layeiir; le** to club* 
Great Induevnenls (Cash Premium*, etc.) to Club 
.Ageiil*, mid one wanted In every town. .Vow U 
Ihe '/Yntefo Suh»ribe •imtt Form Cliib$' Bpecl- 

mi n Nninb. r*, fhow Bills. Inducements, etc.,*ent 
froe. Addreee a.. ». s . ...Ounat. Koifeo le 

t%» Ke 


iiW ADVERTISEMENTS. 




AND MCPTA- 
CIIKt< forced 
to grow upon -the' 
smoothest face In 
from three to live 
week* by tiaing I>r. 
HEVItINK'- RES- 
TAUR A T U E R 
CAPlI.I.AIRE.tho 
ino*t wanderful dl»covery In nuidern science, act 
ing upon the Beard and Hair in an almost mirscu 
Ions manner. It has ln-en u*ed by the elite of Pn 
risand London whh the nio*t fliittrring aucce**. 
Names of all purchasers will be regixtered, and li 
entire sntisfaetloD I* not given In evvry Instance 
the money will b«- chierfully refunded. 

Price bymail, Heaird Hiid po»t paid, $1. Die 
crii'tive circutara and tt'limnnlal* mailed free 

HERGKR KllfLTZ * Co., ChemUu, 
P. O. Drawer 21, Troy, N. Y., sole Agent* for 
the United !?!«•<•• ocil8*Sni 

£*. U. ItlUUAKDaoN A CO., 



Office lio. 108 Central St., corne 
* — - — - of Hurd, 

l/)WKLL, MA88 

\SyUoneti to Loan on Gold and Silver Watt 
s. Jewelry. Drv Goodn, Hinnn Fortes. Boo* 
boet, Carriages, Harneste»,Ae , Ac. 

1/*Watchb8 and Jbwblkv neatly repaire 
tnd warran'ea. 

.rr Bufciem, Western aid Canada Mone 
')nught. 

N. B.— An eudlr-i vav4at«.,pf Un^edeem e 
Propertj for aale CHEAPa^ ^n " 

L. b KICH4BDS0H,, T. t. ^ttCWtrtSloll 


.2^ 


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PI A WO r<IICTE8. 


a 



RVim 61 (;kifpith, 

NO. IT MKRUIMACK BTRBRT, BOLK AOKNTH PU 

ALLKT DAVIB A C->.'s celebrated Grand an< 
quare i^IANOB, for wnicb they received tbi 
, Br*t I remluni over all other conipRtUor* st the lat' 
' Mi-chanlcs' fair In this city, have constantly no ban 
a g ' <l a*so/-''D«nt ol the above-named makers' PI 
ano one*, at nanufactiireir' price*, wabbamtbd, li 
every iianicular. Ui be the )>e«l P>aoo Kortes made 
N. B.— Pt«nn Pnrtesand Maludaonstu let. 
Lowell .'one «. tM8. lsMI\ 

VIITEKAND 

f^ARM AND FRUIT '-ANDP, In a mild and 
* liealtliful climate. I^hlrly mile* »ottfA nf Phi 
ladelphln by rAilrond,' In New Jersey, on ths same 
line ol liitllude a* linltlmore, .Md. 

The **dl I* rich and produrtirr, v*rylng from a 
clay to a sandy loam, aiillnbic for Wheat, Grnsa, 
Corn. Tobacco, Fruits and Vegetables, Thi* I* a 
grmtfrttit rnuntry. Five hundred VIneyarda and 
Orrhaid* have been planted out by experienced 
fruitgrower*. Grapes, Peaches, Pear*, Ike, pro 
duee Immenpe proHt*. VInelnnd I* alri-ady one of 
Ihe moat beautiful pliicca In the Unit4-d Htates. — 
The entire territory, consl'ting of flHy square 
mile* of bind, la laid out tipon a general ayslem of 
Improvement*. The .and I* only »nld to aitiial 
•elller* with provl*lon for public adornment. The 
place, on account of It* great beauty, as well n* 
other adv.inlairc*, ha* become the retort nf prnph 
nf tii'te. It has Increased five Ihouaann people 
within the pant three yeiir*. Cbiircbe*, Htore*, 
School*, Atademle*, Soelitle* of Art and Lenrn 
ing. a d other eioinenta nf refinement and culture 
have been introduced. Hiindiod* of people are 
coiiKtantly .etillng. Ilundr "I. of new hon*ea are 
lieInK ronnlriicted. Price of Farm bind, twenty 
acre Iota and ii|kward, $25 per acre. Five and ten 
acre and Village lot* tor a.ile. 

Fruit* snd Vegetnlile* ripen earlier In thi* dl* 
trictthan In ang other locality north of Norfolk, 
Va. Improved place* for «ale. 

Openings for all kinds of builneaa, LumWr 
Yard*, lliinufurtnrips, Fnnndrir*, 8tore«, and the 
like; and titenm Power, wi'Ji room, can be rented. 

For peraon* who d<-*lre mild winter*, a health 
ftal climate, and a good aoll, in a country beautl 
hilly improved, ahuuiKtlnir In fruit*, and poawc** 
Ing all olhef aorliil privlleio*, In the heart of civil 
uatlon. It i* worthy of a viaii. ' 

Letter* an.wered iind the Vineyard Rural, a pa 
per giving fuM Infbrmatlun, and contalhliig Re 
port* nf Uoloii Roblnaon, aent to apniiciints. 

Addnaa Cll.\8. K. LANDI8, VInelnnd P.O., 
Landl* Townabip, New Jer»ey, 

From Iteiiori of Solon l!oMn»on, AgHcuHurol 
Editor o/the. rrilntne < " 11 is on« of the m««( ex- 
Unfiveierlile trocttjn an utmotf leret pit$ilt<in 
awl $uiliible mnriilion for nieiitnnt furmlng that 
toe know o/thU tide Sfthe Wttttrn i'rairien'' 
_ novl 1^ dktera 

STMONOS' 

Pafeat Buraer and Petr«!eniii 


R ESTEKBROOK & CO, 
8f6«l Pen UannfaoMirers. 

cTv'm tN't'i'"tTVi'w"!l-"' OKNUIXK AMERI- 

..i! I •^^'i''-^' I LHE, ore for sale to the trade 

at their warehouses, ••■» iraor 

4a J. h I tiee , Netv York, nod 4U3 
»rc.h ire^t » bil .aeiphia, 

"h'unlt'i^SU^.;." •*"""?•" ""> '•°»^«"'"« '» 

PATB2VT orrioiis. 

Inventors who wish to tnke out Letters Patent 
are advl.ed to coun.el with .He**rs. MUNN itO 
editor, of the Scientific American, who hav*proa* 

Twemi'v"" *"":;.;*!'•• »•»««-•••« Office for nSarly 
I wentj. \ rars. Their American and Kuropean 
IWni .Agency I. the moat eiton.lv" In the world 
.\ pamph .1. contHlniii, full. Instructions lo Inv. 

37iVr-krwVN?w Ti.r "•' ^'"^^ * ^•°-^- 

licnrral Snolhrrn Uni ht^tury. 

• I , ^'1- •' ""OAO'VAT, New York. 
I.«e' J'talV^T^W" 'H. P'-^P*-** for 'sale and 
U Ills' Mm KhL^'W^'"" •'•«''"'•'"' f-w and Grist 
Will*. Mill Mlea, Water powers. Country t<tores 

ics. Great Induceineni. offered to persons eolnir 
>outh either alngly or In coinmi.nrHer Cui or 
«end for Information and Catalogue* 

WRIGHT, CAKIER k CO. 

^OUTHERN LAND, KMIORATIOX, AND 
-^ PR DUCT COMPANY, 

Xo. 71 Bro ithmy, near IfaU Street, X. r 

I'Ifoubf*! "''; *-^i!^ «"" "f 'he fln«-st and most 
.iluiible Land lu the Sou hern ^t«le., al exceed 
..g y low prices. 1 racl. from l-noto 4i.,000„cr^ 
...lion Plantation* Farm.. Mineral and Timber 

Land*, e c. Iron Work* and Furn.,ces,Coal Land* 

silver Mines, etc. 'lilies gunranfed. 

)V^"^tiUl.NCY, Secretary. 

FOR SALE IN VIRGINIA. 
t>A ALL VaRHS 

ON JAMES RIVER. 

OXB niXDItED AC/tXS AXD VPirAnD, 

Rich " b. ttom lands " adapted to the cultivation of 
■Jruin B'ld Produce, well watered and eaay com- 
•nniiicalloi.H with market*. The cliipate here enn 
.leaWiniers to work sli the winter, and Week 
doe* not require *lablitig vera month. Price, 
115 to #34 per acre, iicco; tling to improreiaentt.— 
.\!ao for Hile, Mill*. Mining Land* and Planla 
lion*. Appjy earlv to A. II. WAKKEN, 

11 Mercbanla' Excha-ige, BoarOK. 

X% ILSON'B EARLY BLACKBERRY, Ijirgc, 

f weel and Productive, nliead of all oth. r 
Bl ckberrle* in market, and bring* more money 
trie- per mall, 1 Plant, gi; 12 Plant*. $81. / *i7 
ilelphUi H.,^pl»■n^,, 2 PUiiU, |I ; 12 Plants, $4.— 
<>end fur Catalogue* gratis. 

WILLIAM PARKY, Clnnamlnson, N. J. 

GEOKOK W. iriKHkY & CO. 

MANlTACTl'BERs AND DF.ALERt IX 

WALNUT, CHEdtNUT, AND PAI.NTED 
I.H'^MBiuB FUttNlTUBE, 

Rerriscrafon, Knrettui, U'ardroben. te. 

1 < Bd -i lloliaa •• Ble h. Hayoiarhet »fBare. 

Boston. 

I he American Submerged Pump 

Was nwai^led 7Vo M<d4,lm\ the late fharliable 
MechRnie*' Fair, Boaton. It ia the *lmple*t, mo*t 
durable, <7iei /f('«( fi.rce ^unip made. Kntirely of 
eaat Iron, ha* uiivncLiny or pitckrtl rnhrg, cannot 
I annol gel out of ordar Deiivera frm au gala, lo 
40,110 1 gal*, per minute. Every person ran be *uit 
ed according to his want*. (Suitable for farm*. 
Iioup-e, factory, *hip, and general u*e. It i* an ad 
mirable KIre Knirliie. 
AlDKVKRktX k CO. General Agent*, 
16 Merchants' Row, Boston. 

■iHR •^AL'-M LEO." 

I7IRNIBHED BY GOVERNMENT TO POL- 

r DIKKti.— All who desire an Artitlelal I..-g, 

unrivaili'd for c..in/. rt, o.nfrni. »> r, enittttup ai.d 

eleumiie, please send for a circular lo the HALEM 

L EO CO., bale m, Maas. 

'hrr>lhr\ lifvfur th«^ H ir 

Will restore O ray Hair to lu orioinai. color, 
"IreiiijIheiiiMtA pr<miiile» the growth of the weak 
I** hair ; »to|{* III falling out in Ihrie d.iy* ; keep* 
ibcheiid clei,n, cool, and healthy; can be ilaed 
freely; contains nothing injuriou* The bent Hair 
Ure»»ing erer i.ferril to Ihe ptiblie. It U r.-com 
mended and u-ed 1 y the flr»t medb al authority — 
Sold at tl e drug alore*, ntid al my ofllee, .No. 1.123 
Hroii.lway, N. Y. 1 a*i.ur<' all per*on* toe above 
preparnllon will do all th^t I* cl ilmed for It 

«AUAU A. CHEVALIER, M. D, 


ggr A PilTBiouMiOAt ViBw or MabbiaOb 
eonialning nearly aoo pages, and 1»> Una PLATE 
BNGRAV1NU8 of the Anatomy of the Human 
Organs In a sUU of Heallh and IMaease, wtth a 
Treatise on Early Errors, lu Deplorsble Conse 
Menco. upon the Mind. and Body, wllh the Au 
thor'. Plan of Treatment— the only rational and 
succ«**ful mode of cure, as shown by the report of 
esses treated . A truthful adviaer to the married, 
and those contemnlatlitg marrlaee, who entertain 
doubu of their physical condition. Heal free of 
poaUgv to any addreaa, on receipt of »» cenU, In 
stamp* or pu*tal currency, by addreacing I)r LA 
IMIOIX, No. SI Maiden Lane, Albany, N. y. The 
aiilhormay be conaultcd upon anv o( the dl*ea*es 
upon which his book trvau. Medicines sent lo 
any part of ihe world. 

._._-, Agents Wa'ted. 

• •no a month » ni be paid for jrnung men to en 
gage In a new and honorable bifaine**. Roth local 
and travelling agent* wanted. For circniiirs sud 
Urns address L. L, TODl) fc C >., 
' 89 Nassau street. New York. 

W* •'■■'»*— AgenU In sell our Goods or Ihe 
7/ . «"•" Patent Right thai ha* ever be.n offer 
ed lo tho public. Til.- inachlne i* more universal- 
ly used, nn^ pay* a larger piofit to Agents, iban 
any patent article In the miirket., I'au nt Rights 
bought and sold al 73 Cornhill, BoBton. up stairs 
once hours from 10 A. M. to i P. M. 

D OWBURN k CO. 


— SILK BATTING, 

a new article for 

, COMKOin'F.RS. , 

KEYE8 k TUCKER, 

noAbitt ' m Merrimack street. 

Prints and Sheeting 


25 and 2S Cents. 


novlSdtf 


KEYEH k TUCKER, 
134 Merrimack sU 


SII^VER NAPKIN RINQS I 

NAPKIW RINGS 

MADK ofpure Coin, of every variety and psiee, 
ateANBORN-8 Silver Ware nod .Icwelry 
Manufactory, corner of Central aod Middle street* 
Lowell, Mass. iiov.lMtf ' 

1866 DiARiEsTisee 

4 LARGE assortment of D/AHIKS In » great 
variety of bli ding, for aale al very low prices 
for the times, at BAROEA.VT'c) Bookstore, 
dccO Cily Uovernuieut Building. 

[Copyright secured,] 

Or. Mallisuu's ^ure Rrinedies 

—FOB— 


Fluid, 


CI AN be obu ned In Lowell at the following 
' stores : 

F. II. Chandler jlc Co., 2»1 Middlesex Street. 
R. P. Clark, 2M Uerrlmnck Htreut. 
8tlckiiey A bpollurd, corner Bridge and Third 
8trceU. 

I. W Whillemore, 46 East Merrimack Street. 
Gibaon Bros., corner Bridge and Page Hlrsete. 
J. W. Nush Ik Co., lUo (y'ciitritl Mreet. 

M. Ilemenway, 221 Central l^treei. 

II. 8. Orange, HU Merrimack Mreet, , 
Bohonnn J« Harney, Hale'* Ulll*. 

J. Mehan k Co., Frrscotl blreet. 

J. F. Puffer, Market t^treel 

Jacob Nichols, corner Lowell and Dutton Ptreels. 

Also at wboieaaieand retail I l'KHUi>N NOYEH' 
I'uriilture Room*, 80 and 4i) Market Htreet, whsrs 
^l>o can Ite obulned a new and Improved LAN. 
I'ERN for burning fluid. 

Wholesale llvadciuartersof the gymond's Patent 
iurner It Petroleum Fluid Co., 4t India Htreet, 
•toaton. I'KROUN NOYEd, Agent. 

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IIJIBIIBL.LA8 AND PAH 
INOLS Riadoand repaired, Oaaoe .. 
Ivory and Uold totting. Plskiag , Cm 

•roidaring, Ac, »t., at 

Tr;a;.*»DYAR 8 MTJBIC BTOtLM, 

\l OoLtral fetroot, aigrcaUy rodnaoA pnm. 


PZtBSI FZIiZIS! PZ£BSI 

* I.L outward applications are limn thrown 
» nw^y. HARR|m>N>iS p. RlHTALTIt.'LiiZ 
RNOKtJ n-niovethe cau*e,vit.— Contivrness. They 
are the only permanent cure of the Pile*, eilher 
liieedliig or blind. For *alo at No. 1 Ttemont 
lemple, and by all DriiggUu, or will be ■viil by 
mall on encloaii'g Ad cent*. 
Jj H- llARRIbON Jt CO., Proprietors. 

CATARRH ! 

DR. WADHWORTIPrf 1 HV I I' I. r prRE 
CLUE (or the above complaint, afler nil other mni- 
^edie* have fulled., tu aay thon*nnd*of lho*e pa 
lleiit* who linve given it a trial. l>o not hc*Uate» 
but procure the nicdiclne nt once. It « ill not dl* 
appoint you. Heiid Hawip Tor a pamphlet all about 
Catarrh. Por aale by the Proprietor, H. B BUR 
lll.NtnoV, Providence, U. ll Also for salo by 
Druggist* generally. ' 


MAiifiAtiK AND rri.iBArv. 

An E**ay of Warning and In*lructlon for Young 
M«-n, iual pnblialied by the Howard A»*ociatloii 
and ■eiit in (eiiled letter envelope* free of chance' 
Addre**, DR. J. HKILLEN HoUtUITON ' 
Howard A**uciution, Phlladel, blu, Pa. 


J. H. WlNSlOVtr & CO. 

[CsTAnMRIlEO 1800.] 

100,000 WBlehn, t'li ii'is/Hvrr Arlielfiie. 

H<» 'III il.10O.O00I 

TO BE SOLD AT ONE DOLLAR EACH 
WITHOUT REGARD TO VALUEl ' 
And not to be paid for until you know what you are 
to get. 
J A SV1.KIIDID LIST OP ARTICLEB. 

lOrfGnld IIu.nt1ng Cased Wstches, gl 15 00 

lai Uold Wat, be*. ' ' :ooo 

2i)0'LBdle*' Uold Watche*. 40 00 

800 I.i.die*' and Gent's tlllver Watches, Ig uu 

l.WH) Revolving Castors, 15 UOfo ISUO 

8,000 Drinking Cup., 7 00 )„ j,, OO 

6,00(1 Oval nn<l Chua'd Gold nrncelets,6 i»0 to 10 00 

8,000 Ve»t, Neck and Uuard Chains, 6 00 to 10 HO 

3,000 Ladles' Cnlifor. Diamond Rings, 3 HO to 8 00 

8. 00 Mngic H|>riiig and Knap Locket*, 4 00 to 1000 

10,0. Gold Pens with Silver Mounted 

Holders, 4 00 Ia Ann 

10,000 Gold Pons with fillvsr Exlen- •"""'»"" 

8,000 Bets Ladles' Jewelry, 6 00 lo 10 00 

6,000 Tea, Deascrl and Table Spcons 

per dozen, 12 00 lo 24 00 

5,000 De**erl and Table Forks, per 

•losen, 14 00 to 24 00 

4,000 lliitt. r Knives, per pair, 00 to 10 00 

»,000 Napkin Kings, per pair, 00 to lo 00 

81.00U other articles, 4 OO to 10 

CortiflcHles of all the various arilcle*, stating 

what xaeb one can have, ars HrsI put Into enWl- 

opes, sealed up and mixed ; and when ordered are 

taken out without regard lo choice and sent hy 

inall, thus giving all a fair chance. On receipt of 

the Certllleale, you will see what you ran have 

and then ll i* al your option lo send ons dollar and 

take the article or not. 

One of these envelopee will be sent by mall on 
receipt ol 26 cents; Ave for $1; eirvun for t3- 
Ihiny for $5; sixty Bve for |I0; one hundred tor 

AGENTS wanted everywhere. Great Induce 
mentOlo Ladles and Gents lo act as such. Fall not 
If ••"V*"' ' '»■=«''"'■• •»''«b give, special terms,full 
list, and parUculars. Address, 

J. H wmsLow It CO., 

No. atl Broadway, New York. 


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' Article M luo for Whi 


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■ery . 

Ceugh, Coughs Colds, *4^r<he Aduluor Ot....r«> 
Do not sl«i-p wlihoat It. Vor gale by the proprto 
•••>". H. BURIUMOTOW,>iov{ueBo. It 1 
Atto for wile hyDniggtotigowallf.V^ 



CARES. toAtcA 


V|M'(iaMHseases. 

INDIAN EMMENAGOGUE, 

KT Prepared expressly foi 
Lauibs. 4tid it supefinr to any- 
• ii;ji thing el«e for rrgolating the ays 

i*i^^*\ tem in ca>et >f obatructmr 
from whatever caute, at d there 
fore of the gres'ei-t value to 
those who may wUh to avoid tr 
evil to which they are liable. Ii 
taken ts tlirected. i* will ewi 
ati^ eate eu-ab'e by medietne.mi d 
it I* alto ptrfeetly safe. Kull 
directions aecompanj etch bot- 
tle. Price SIO. rrKBMBM- 
B£R ; — rhii medicine it "e«Mrr<- 
eo xpreitiy for OBBTlRATf 
4// CH RAP remediet of t/u kittd 
have faiiedto cure: alt thntitittrarroHtedot 
reprtent»d IN KVKhY RK»PFCT, or th> 
price tnill be refunde/l aa IIFWARR 01' 
IMITATIONS * and especially those 1 aving t 
counierfei: of my Indian Fuiwre for a decep- 
tion.— None IT null e 'inlesf ohtalned at l)r 
Mafitm.'t,Ofiei. ^^ Ladiri who iet;A, cati 
Aire hoard %n the cily during trejtnut,t. 

DIUREnc COMPOUNDi 

For Dtie^tet o' the Urinary Organt mutt- 
tng /torn imprtulenee csu* ng tntproprr att 
chari/it, heat, ir'tlatton ^r. It con/otn* nc 
Copaira, Cubebi, Turpentine, ot ay othei 
ofTen^ire or injii'iout oru^ but it a ssfe. sure, 
and pleatant remedy that will ' urr in one bah 
the ti. lie of anv other, or the prtc< will b^ re- 
funriid. You that h'.<ve been taking Baltam 
Copavta for mrntht without benefit, until tie» 
and pale vnur brea'h and clo het arc tainted 
with itt offensive odor, throw it tway and senn 
for s bo He of this >^'«r« Remedy. It will not 
only rwrryoK of once, but also cleanse tbc 
sys em from Ihe hnnful drugs you have beet 
• skiog to long. \[J' For Chrome ca>ea, o 
nmt'iht and even | ror«' duration, it la a eor'' 
eure. Try ll onee. and you »ili Wever ioe«r 
the dl.gu'iirg ipixtnres of Baltam Caiaijn^ 
again 07 *Jn» large h-i|-]c geriertlly tbiB- 
eient to cure, — Prii-c $5. 

ALTERATIVE SYRUP. 

For ImpHrittmf Ihe blood retul'xnn front 
imitn.dence, eaming Erupttont or the SAin ; 
Sfire Throat. Mow A at,d Sotr ; l.ott of flair 
Old Soret.Sieelii-pi.Pant. the lione»,ana 
all othet tiynt of an aciite pouon in the tytttm 
07 No reme'iy ever discovered baa done whit 
ha* oeen sciiieve<l by this, /( evred a qentU' 
man from the South, ttopptnt; f.t Newport . otid 
for wnteh he pretetJed Dr M. with ^hO>\ aftei 
/iiivtng been untier the treatment of thr moti 
emtneyit phvti innt in Baltimore. Phtttidelfhto 
and New York, for rive TEABa ''ever de- 
S|isir of a permanei t cure, no matter htiw oi>- 
ttinnte y\r eate hut been unill you ha^r 
horoughl» »r-trt 'he virtue* of »hi"< |t»fent A'- 
teiulive. It i* ^eyt^fii expreiily for the pur 
ftote, and ii^ -iip eiior to any other remei y for 
tuc ca*es. inrUne Urge buttle IttU a mouth, 
-rrice 910. 

NERVE INVI60RAT0R. 

For yervout Debility ; Semint,l Wfckntit 
Lot I of Power i Impotncy Contution oj 
IhmtgKt i Lott of Memory; Irritable To f.er , 
Gliomy Apprehtntiont ; Fear; Petpondency 
itelatwho'y, mi.d «llnih<r evtU caused hy «e 
ctet hiibi'sor excertivc indulgence. EIT T^i- 
ture remedy is romposed nf the most *onthing, 
ttrrngthrning -nd invigorating mrdicinrt iii 
thr whoir vegetable kingdom forming In com 
hinAti"- , ;hr mottieifrct atUiilote for thir 
"'.'^tnate rist* of mtlsriesrver yet dlKeover 
fd It hts been *enl to every Btsfe In th» 
Union, p '*itiv«|y cu-irg thoustrda who hite 
n^ver srrn the inventor, lestoring them tr 
tounil ht.alth. Nervous sufferer I wherever you 
may be. dnn'l fall to te** t e virue* of thi>' 
lV<nderful Pemetly \][j One It'ge bottle la«t» 
amonih.— I'riceflO. The-e FOUR Ultl' 
RKMK.DlKb, are prepared a( my Office, and 
tent by*' t xpr^K* et>erywA«r«, with full direc- 
tions inatetlrd package tecu'-s from tA>t«r- 
etwiion, on receipt uf the price by mail. 

IfflPORTANT CAUTION. 

(O* 'houtandt of Dollart are paid to 'wind 
ling quack* d..ily, leAtcA it worte than thrown 
aieoy. This comes from trusting 10 the drrep 
live tdveriisement" of men eallTng themselves 
'•Doctort,' Hhns« on/y rec"mmerda'ion is«eAa< 
fAevsayo/'(Ae«i««;ee«. 07 AdvertisinH|)hy>i 
clans, in nine eatet r at of teO, are impottort; 
and medicines of this kind found in drug ttvri't 
aie RenrrsUy worthies*. — got up to ««</. tnd 
not to cure. 'Ihe .Sure Remediet ctu be ob- 
tained tt my Office only, and are warranted is 
rep'esented, iii every respect, or the prtce wilt 
be re undtd, Pe-*oris at a di»iance may he 
cared at hont* in lA« thortett potttble time, by 
sent ing for thrm. Q7 I r Matti*on it tn 
educ*ted phyticiau of over taenty gears' ex 
prrlence, trn in qoneral oractice until cnm> 
pelled by ill bealth to adopt an offUre prartice, 
treating all aecidentt re*ultinK from impiu- 
di pce in botb srxe*. giving •hem bit « A«^ 
affeti'ton. tftf Clr(<\iltts giving full Informa- 
tion, with untfowifsiif (e«fimon<a/j,' sl«o a btiok 
on Spr ctal IJiteatet, in a leaUd etiwuip*, sent 
tree. 07 B* ture and tetid tor them, lor with 
out fe«ftmoNiu/s no tlranger esn be trusted. 
Kneloi t stamp for pottsge, ai d direct tn 
l)K. nATTlMtN, i\«». 38 liMUN 
8TR i.T, PHtiVIUrNce, M. 1. 
anl [ehfebU] dtfly 


VATABIITABY BUBOBON. 

ThOiOndert gned having dis- 
posed o< hit Livary l-lahl^ will. 
In the Inture, devote bis lime 
exeiaalvnli u> He trei<ia>eat o< L 
the diseases o< sl| bomestloiied Animals Orders 
ttflaih t llMMerea, High Street aoaara. •oraer 
si Monleit fttreei, Lowell, will h« pmmiAiyai. 
leaded m BOCHHT W<»iD 

gopiaoiborta.IM4 eeplM*ly 

J DOT nferrivrn a tplendid assortment »T 
OenU' OAMXM at UtOWLM BROS', 
_»oril 114 Merrimack street. 




B^'C;"-" 'T^,^^- 


>M 


OR. mommom 

IN BOBTON 
EVERY HIKIINHNOAY. 

MBA-WBBD TOmO 

MAHDIIAKll PZ1.K8. 


The abo<eit a correct liVeret-aof Dr. Peheaek 
taken luany yean •go. immediately after ho 
hat recnverrd Yrom Conoumpnou When Iko 
first wast' I en he weighed IU7 p'unda ; at tho 
i<reient tiinr bi. weitbi ia 22U puuuda. 



I>lt. fr'eilKNCK'S 

Prinripsi (Riee ard LkhooiMv 11. at ilie V. B< 
corner of MXTII tidCOMhiEhCE ^tleett, 
Philadelphia, ahere all lettert or |d>iee or ho- 
sines* should be dirrried. 

He will be font d h»re every SATUHDAY^ 
profes)-!' nt ly to ex n ine lungs w ih the Ilea- 
liroipe er. for which hi* fee it three dolltraj 
all advice free • 

In New Y<'ik. at No 32 PflND Stiect.cvory 
TU*- Bl AY. frrm » /> . M. 10 » P M 

InBotion, 88 SUMMIK SIRhET, cverr 
Wrdn>t.i»y lr< m 9 A. M. 'o 3 P M. 

At Ba'timne. Md., 108 Baltimore ttrcet, 
every oihei Friday. 

THE HISTORY OP DB SCHiNCK'B QWK 
'CASE. aM» H0\^ IlE WA^ CUBED oy 

CO.N-UMPT'0\ 

Mtoy year- «gn, whiltt residing in Phlladel- 
phia, I bad prok.'ie**ed gradually into the laat 
.tage nf Pulmonarv Consumption. All hoi aa 
f my recovery beirg di**ipaied, I vat sdv ted 
b) m> phv»ie'an. Dr. Ptrnt-h. 10 irmove into 
tbecou iry. Monrr*town. New Jersey, h« ing 
my nstive place, I wat removrd thither. My 
lather aiid all his family had lited and died - 
there— and die** if Pulmn|>ar> Consumption.'^ 
On mv airiv<.l I was put to bed. where I lay for 
many weeks in wl.al was de«m<d a hopeleio 
condition. Dr. Thornton, who had been my 
fatbei'a family pby»ician. and bsd aitendad 
him in ti* lB»t illness, wat ctlleo in ^ee me — 
He thought my care rnii riy btyond Ih/ reack 
of medicine, and decided that I must die. ard 
gave me one wet|i to arrHnge my lempurel sf> 
lairs III tbi* *! pareutly hoprles* conditloa.I 
heard of Ihe leniedir* «hit b I now make and 
«el. It sienied to me that I could feel Iheat 
wor- ing their way and penetrating every 
nerve fibre, and ti**ue of mv tvstim. 

Uj lung* an livf r put on a new action, and 
*he morbid matter which forjrart had acca- 
mulstedaid iriitatrd Ihe diffirent oigan* of 
the body, waa elimaici, 'he lubetclet on my 
ungt ripened, 'and I etpectottted from my . 
luiiKt st much ft a pint of vellow oSrn ivo 
matter every morning' Aaihi* expeetvratius 
uf matrer sul'»idrd, the fever .hated, the ptia 
'eft m*. th'.eough cea*ed to hHiati me. aiid 
the exhtuslti ■ iiighi-swests were no !■ ngei 
vnown sno I 1 ad lefrefbing alerp, lo which I 
had long br en a stranger. My apprtile nov 
began lo return, and st ilm- 4 1 luuijd it diB* 
roll 10 restrsin m>*elf i .^g too moch ; 

with this miirn of beaiih,! {i,nr<> in *t>cngih. 
and now am fl shy. I am ni>w a healthy maa 
with a la ge heaird cf^airix in ibe miridle h>ho 
of the right lui.g and ihe lower lol e hepatixed 
• ith complete ti!hei>iun of ihe iJeura 'ibe lefk 
lung it M.und, tl d be upper lobe of iLc light 
tne it in a tolerabU he*l bv condiii< n. 

Contumption at •bat time waa thought to ho 
an ineurai ledisesre by eveiy one, phy^tciaaa 
as well a* ihn»e who were unlearned in iLedi- 
rliii— erpecial v sucb caaes a* were red led i4 
the cont-I'lon I wak in. 'I hit indued* mtoy 
pe"('le to beiirve m\ recovery otily teo orary 
I LOW prepai »d and give the medicine lo coo 
sumplives f >r sume lime, and mai.t m ay aoo 
de fill euir* ; and the demand iticreasf I ao tap- 
idlv.lhat I deleiniined lu offer ihe-n to tko — 
purlic, tnd (iev'>*r in U'divid*d at enilon to 
lung dircaket. In truth, 1 aas in xt to foieed 
to it lor pei'ple would >eiid for me far and 
near. 10 afeoitxin whether tbiir caaea wero 
lire miite. 

For msnv years, in coninnrtinn with my 
principal olhie in Philadelphia, I ba<e been 
nisk'ng regular prolessionsl visits lo Mo» 
York. Boson. Baltimore and Pitiaburg 

For several years past 1 ha e mane at manv^ 
at five bundled examinaiiun*. weekly, with 
the * l<is| iromeirt." For such easminatioa 
my charge is thiee dulltit. and it enables me 
'Ogive ocb psiiriit the Hue eondition of hia 
d sc-se, and tell hiin traiikly wbethet be wiU 
get well 

Ihr great r»a«on ahv phy*i(iant do not euro 
('onkumptivn tt, that they try to do too much; ~ 
the gi<e niedi in»s to |top the cough, lo stop 
ihe night s- eats, heiiic fi ver, ai.d by to doing 
h.y nei«i ge the wtii.le digestive s)tt(m, loek- 
•ng op 'he teeieiions, aiid eventually the pa> 
tieni die*. 

1 he Pulmonic Hymp Is one uT- tne biosI valoaMo 
incdicliii* known, ll Is BolilenI, p<>aer ully tonlo 
and healing 111 lieelf. It cnnisins an 0|.|g*», yM - 
loosen* UiH phlegm In the biunchisl tubes, tad aa* 
lute '.hiow* II oB with Imle excitloD; one ImiiIo 
're'piemly eunsan oidinaiy cold; but It will bo 
well flisl lu lake a dose ol ^chenck'* M*Bdiske Pllla 
(o clesnse the ' tumstb. The I'nImnDle eyiup la 
tesdily db*«ied *iid ali-orlieil Into blooc. loahlehlt 
im|ori* ll* healing pioperilea It Is oi<e ui tte iioat 
|ir.'|.araliontol lr«>n lu use; I Is a |< aerful ionic ef ' 
liseli ; sod wticD the reawfed Tonic dlraolvastba 
nmrut in the siomach, ard Is csrtled off by ihs aid 
ol the Mandrake t'lilr.s liisiih) Do* n< tisstilcjulcei 
giH>d >ip|eiit4. and a gooO oignntinn toiloir. 

Ihe ees«e<d Tonic I* s *limj|*nt, and none other 
ia itqelred aben It Is u»ed. It Is piira sod plew> 
ant; no bsd eKcis like a hen osing Bourbon wb>a> 
ky ablch dlinToeiB the slomsi h, r..>i|ors the livert 
lotks up sll ihe secro ii.ns. turn* the blood Into wa- 
tcr.drnify t< Is In. snd ibe pailent die. •uddealf, 

noniDon abltky I* recunimendod Dowa-days bg 
slmosl every |ib\*lcisn. Many patients that visit 
n y p'oms, bolli ni*le srd femsle. ste stu|iifled with 
this |iolt"n. 'I he relief I* tcn'porar). Iftbeyeoogh, 
tbey l*ke a llliie ehUkv ; If lh^y leel weak sad lew. 
ble, tbey Uk<-a Utile wblsky ; H they cai.not aleOk 
th«r lake a little whl*ky: and ibey go eo la tlila 
wat lequlnnir mo's snd more unill they are blaaiod 
up, snd Imsgine lh*y are geiilng fleshy. The stoa»« 
ach, liver, and iiiuesilVH powirrarn cninpi<l»lv dee- 
iro}! d, anil In** Ibeir •) |etite lor rood. No one wta 
ever cured tt conrunipiiou tiy ihlt protest, wbeio 
oavlUaa have bi en Imnied in the longs. A lltuo 
slioiai«otls irrqiieiitlt Narguial lo consnnipilvM^ 
snob ss pure lirsndy orgoiil alnea In mi<ay eoata 
I.oiidon |iorl>ror b oonrtoui In mudcsle quaatW* 
t\n»; bill I outbon ahlsky hstlcBS oa. lasload ef 
curing POB*nmi Hon. 

The bs*w>ed loole i>rodner* lasting retails. lbor> 
ougbly iovl|t<irat ng the >tonisoh sun dlneatlve syt> 
lem. and enkblihH I' In el mlDsle .aao make Into 
healUiy blood the iimmI ahlch msy Ue atod lor that 
perpoaa It Is so woDderful la Its eHbels that a wlaO 
gloss lull alii dlgeat a hear y Die*l. and alltlleerit 
taken before breskta*l will hivs a tone to the tloai. 
acl. wl leh few meoiuine* pcsoess >he powei ol itetaon 

TbeMANURAkK PILIl«ma> be Ukea altb eoUt* 
ta ety i-y all agea tnd ooB«illt< ns, pioi ndng all uio 
good rstolis Ibat CKB be obialned Irooi aalioiol,aO 
aay of the mereoris madlolne*, and wlibowl aay af 
titoir bertlBl or Ininrious rerults. Tbey carry aotaf 
tbatystooi the feculent and woni-oot aiatlors laeo* 
eaad tod dtstolvcd 1 * mv Feiwaad Toale aad Pal* 
ttoalfl Byru; . It will be trea thai aU tkrae e( IM 
medMaet are aeedsd la oratt aaaaa lo enioOn ' 
aoarpiioa. 

AOBNTt. 

pfWmif— Oeorge <\ Uoodwio A Oa. 

VRWTOIIK— e«tt,BametAi>e. 

BALTIMURR— R. H. lltBot. 

PITiMJIUItO— rr OeorgoR. gcyaer. v 

OlMINMATI-r. n. Beery A Oe. aa^ leka •W' 

OHIOAOO-Urd A goitlh. ood H. ■eovB. ^^ 

m. U>CU-Oolltat Broa. 

Mk taM hy all DraggMa Md 1 



MOWMOSI 




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VOL. XXX. 


LOWELL. MASS.. TUESDAY EVENI NG. JANUARY, 2, 1866. 


NO. 874jr 


'Wf 


THE DAILY COURIER. 4CITY AUVERTISEMIOTS. 


TBBMB-SIX DOI*I<ABS A TBAB. 

Or C«.M a» tha aad ef tka yoar.1 

a^ magle tsplM Three eaola. .^g 

STON eXhI JHK, 
P OP»f«Toa<l A1»D POBLISBtH 
- omtm, « CBimi%L BTBBBT. 

r ATM or AOV BRTiai NO : 
Oao loth afapaoa la laoxtb of eolumB. eooMUnlet 


I 


e'rooaaa.' 
roe •♦•v . 
Two days ........ 

^h ree riaya ........ 

Poor dava. ....*•• 

Oae veek ........ 

Two weefca 


^%iree weeks ... 

One mnath 

Two riM>al>a ... 
Three mo .iht .. 
nix months.:.... 
'I wi*iv* months. 


1 00 

I w 

I «o 
..... tno 

soo 

(Paper not Indadod.) 
I«il eaata a line ; 

■e okvg* lata Ahaa 11^ eaoto 


,. « no 
,. a fw 
,. « no 
,. B 00 
..11 00 

laia 


alt payable la ad- 


ppa^sai ai 
gehteaala. 
Bsertlon. 

f^ rraiaieit Aivertl 
lanae; all others qusrterlv 

Tba LowniA w<<mKt.r JWHHau f; »Ms«t 

apnria M|.MIe*ex ''ouoif, I* pn'dl*h'doo ruiUAI 
itiUNIVO. atglOO per yau- I" »dV<no«. 


lijiU-l. ■ 


LOWhiLli POHT OFFIOUi. 

gj MMB aaii. AaaAaoaaave. 
Opoa fMt T A. M. 10 • P. M, Bcwnxxt ai^reaa 

■AVLs auMB roa 
BoatoB at Bi aa<1 11^ a. it. aadS p. ■• 
KotUiam at T M a. a*. 
Nasboa at 7 I.* snd 14 a. m.. *n4 » p. m. 
C aeoid. N. H.. at T sad Hi a m- aad • p ■> 
Haae'veetar at 1 1-4 a m.. aad S p. ok ' 
New Terk at B 14. IU. a. *».. * 0- *• 
Voroastor at B| a. at., aod 4 p. m. 
gaatora at T a ss, aod torn. 
Lowreoee at T a. an., aad 4 p it. 
hilam at T aod U| ^ ai. 
All towns betweeo Oroioa Janettea > ^ ^ ^ 

aitd Wlads^. VU. "i ' 

ralfomla malU overland, every dav. at » p. ts. 
Da. b» suaioer, M. Uta. aod Md of each meotb. 

at 5 p B. 

aaibt ova reoa 

■trtw^ at • a. s* . 1 1 p. au aad BJ p. «. 

tio.lhera at Bi p. «. 

Nrahua al 9 a. m.. IJ and •§ p. ra. 

Coneoid. N. H.. al • a. in.. 1* and BJ p. ■. 

KancheaUtr at B a. m.. and Bi p. m. 

;«wre:>oe 4V»i a. m, arid Tf p. la. 

Sew Tork AB a. m.. and U »■ »• 

Woreeslor at Bf a as., snd f i p. in. 

BasVenr al 9 a m.. snil 6i p. ai. 

gaVtioat9a.ra., andTJ p ")• , . 

gn towns between Oroton JoBCtlon 1 ^^ ^ ^^ 

Mrl.dsor,Vt. jo^j, ^. oOOoiriN. P.M. 

Uvea Dot. 10 IBBA 

Disceoai uaye el tae eeeeral Faako. 

*1 TEUTON BANK— Moodavt and Thnrsdayt. 
lOWKLL BA^K— MnodsvuandThiirwJa^ 
MracnA^tTB BAWl-Mondays aod Thuaadaya. 
pntP J01T BANl— Mondays and Thnr*aya. 
BAILEOAD BANK— Tueedays aod Fridays, 
a . MrmT hawk— Tt»aadar* and P-rldavs 
riBSr NATIONAL BA|K-Tueedavs sod Frtdaya 

fmw Maya oa tao vorooratioao. 

trees alter UtI Balurday In each month— A,>jieteB 
• mA»Tj- ■%Bhtne gbop. Buflblk. LoweU aad Tro 

Week after Brat Saturday— Boott. 

Week alter laat Saturday but one-HainllUm. 

Veek aOor tko third Batnrday — MaaaaAoaott* 

*YuaMa* b^Mo the IBth— Verrtmack. 

» -■ latordav la eaeb month— l.awreooe. 

t\nA Prldav after feorth Saturday of eo«h meatb- 

" flmVeek in each month-Uollln VThlU Arms 
Company, Wllley Htreet. ^^^^^^^^^ 

Emporium of Fashion 

:•' roa 

X.ADIBB AHD OHILDBBH, 

In. L J* cioXPOBft'S, 

If, tt 0««tral Wreet, i^w •"» 

WHBRK may be fooad every variety and UU 
ImportMlon of 
Dhws and Cloak Trimmings. Kmhroiderle*. I^es, 
»3V"««. «>"<»•• •Ubbona, Neu. ll-ads, and 
iCalr OrnamenU. tiloves and Hosier), 
Hdkfk, Porto Monies, Combs, <> 
and In fart every deacrlplion of Fancy *'*«f'««J^"» 
tee under this heading, loo numeroos to men 


'< CITY CI.AiaiB. 

la CoBunltUe on Aoeoaata, 

January lllh,lb6S. 

OKUKaKU, That hereafter the (Juartorly 
Salary Blllt, duly tpproved,beproeoatod 
to tho Auditor on or before tne Soth day of 
If arch. June. September, anti Deoomber aad 
that they be payable on the firtl day of the 
aonta next tneeoe'iliui. 

M. Thai all Paaper bUlt bo prta ant a d to the 
ludltur on or before the^'^'h day of eaoh month. 

8d. That al) other »>ill. bo made u\. to in 
.)ludethe last day of the month, !•»< that, duly 
ipprevcd.ihey be proaented to»he ^•'^liornn 
ir before thr 'bird d ir nf the following atonta. 
tn<l ''• r>ayable on the tofltl 

All bill* preeeoU I for paym«!ntmutt tpreif) 
ehattLr article or trticlo" were for— and. hen 
for labor, where it eaa performed— wi^h pngtei 

Items charged to dlflercnl Appropriation 
hould be made out on teperate Dills. 

Al' Billenot tjretente 1 »utt approved at abov« 
vill He "vve' rintil the next m«ntb. 
CYI'DS M. LATHAM, 
HKNitYH. 'vn.DBll. 
BF.NJ WALKKR. 
JOHN PPAK.'^ON, 
JAMKt» KENT 
fyThe Auditor's Difieelaia C| 
meat Building. Office hours from 
tad from 2 to 6 o'cloeV, p. m. 

GEO. OAUDNBR. Auditor. 

Ckv of Lowell. Jan 11. I9t$. iaalltf 


Committee. 


CU&0oea 


*^We also pav partlenlar aUenllon lo our 
WOnHTKD department, which I* new and Urge, 
andererV eolo;and ahade alwav* on han4. We 
Sr.m.^u,^all kind* of Wor*.ed JIannenU .«ch 
M Break fa*t Hhawla. Honlaga, TwIllghU, UIgoleU, 
Hoods, etc.. In the latest atvle*. 

WOOLKX..VND COTTOX YARNS 
lu a'l colors. 

CoMOCkoi Cloaks and U'essea cut and made In 
lliuWMBtyle al short noUce by an cxnerlciiced 
aH faekloimble Pre**aiaker. Pattern* f'-r*"'"- 

Lowell, Oct. 8. 1M5. "'•'^'^ 



-ClllllliS 

A. B. RICHAHDSON & CO. 



-w 


'OULT> respeetfully esll the attention of the 
public to their exUnslve and carefklly ee- 
leetod Bioek of 

a«nts'. Toaths' And Boys' 


CLOTHING 


SOD 


OVBROOATS, 


rvmtxiHiwo. GOODS 

Oar sloak embrsces all the various gradeelobs 
Iband In the market, and in style of CV C aod DU- 
RABILITY Is equsi lo the very beat. 

4^ Particular attention Is called lo oar stock or 

wMcb to KNTIRKI.Y NKW and manufactured for 
this Kail and WlnU-r trade. 
Oor sleek of IXDKll t*OOI>rt al*oU fbll, and 
gjiaiiMa a largo varliKy of d«*lr -ble goods. 
We ehall bI*o kaop a large stock uf 

BUcH 441*UVeA AMU MITTt, 
laehldlnr an grades fVoma cheap article to the 
beet manufactured. _. , , 

w eva akaUoonllnue to a<'t upon the principle 
of SOUICK sCT" NU «mAi.I. PROKITH." 
aad bv careful attention to the wsnU of our cus 
lametm hope to secure a fiMrshare of public patron 


T. COSTSLLO b CO., 

« ncALCas nr 

FtniNACKH. STOVKK. KITOHKV PmNI- 

Tl'KK. I.KAH, COPPER. AM> UAI.VAS- 

IZKO IIIOS I'lPKH, COI'I'KR prMf»SI, 

IIMiN HINKH, K.VAMKI.ED AXD 

8TAUPKD WARE, etc., etc. 

Furnace Work. Fuipp Work, 

I7.V ROOFISf!, and all kind* of Jobbing and 

Uepaiting done to order. 

AGENT* roa 

J. A. LAWSON'S 

Cilebratcd • 

Rrvfrtiblc Fine Hut Ur Fornacr, 

7op Anihreoit* and Bltuminooa Goal. 

Five *Ues. suitable for heallrg Dwelling Houses, 
bclicK)!*, Churclie* and Public Building*. 

One single examination of lliia Kornare will at 
once convince any person that great economy of 
Kuel Is aecured by it* tHt<-ullarcon«lruetlun and the 
*uperior manner in wfilrh it I* made and inounU-d. 

We claim It* i>uprri"rily over all oilier Kurna<-ei 
now in uiie, and for proof of our a**erliob*, offer 
the following re»*on*: 
. Isl. Ill the construction of thi* Furnaee, no pnin* 
ir eioen»e h** been *pan-l to make ll a* near p«r 
fe"! iii4 tlM> akUl aud Juilirment.of the beat mecliuii 
lc« would dictate; and prin. Ip!.-* of It* con*irur I 
tlon »re *uch,thia In the hand* of the moat un | 
akliled In *nch nialter* it will ►how U* 'litriarily 
over all olh.-v Paroaee*. on aer<Kiat of lis great ra 
dbil Ing power and ecoiioirry of fuel. 

Jnd. That on account of the aiipi-rlor msnoer In 
wbleh thi* Kurnnce I* made and mounted. It U en- 
tirely free from the leakaife of Cii'. 

:iid. The great amounlof radliiling surface which 
ihi- Kurnare has. whereby the air to Iw heated I* 
no, broiigbt in tontact with any ovcrheal4-d *urra- 
cc* to vitiate or dealniy ll"" vitality of the aunos 
phere, which we aru coinp«ll«d»>o often Ui broiUbe 
from overlieaU-d Kurnace*. 

4th. The cutnpiete control which we have of the 
Kurnace.* reg.ird* it* emnbnalion. allowing o* to 
di«lHn*e with all cbeok drafU, vonlllilor*. pfpe 
•liiyip'r*. 01 any such eontrlvnnee for Ibe porpoi.e 
of conlrolllngor holdlii:r the fire in check. In thi* 
Kiiriiaw by u*e«f the drull d imp'^r only, we Inive 
al all lime* iwrfeet control of the «r<- (wbleh enn 
not tie «al'I of any «>tber Furnace now iii:idi-, wllh 
init llienblof eome one of the above fnentloned 
r<>n«r1vaneea.) a<i Ihitt any per*<>n can lake charge 
of ttii«Knrn;ire wllhoul the liability of lilting the 
house witb gii*. 

»th. The grate In Im arrangement 1* so nieelv 
bahinceil, that a child can operate It with eaae ; It 
is Ibr ino«t perfiTt mid convriiliiit gr ite ever put 
In a Pumace. and eo conatnicKM that It can be b.ilf 
tui ned. and Ibe cinder* and *lai{ lb:it ni-ciimulale 
can bt nmovcd and the grate brought back to Its 
prope» poellloB. 

fltli |*hi-J<iiol* of the Knrnsce are In *uch po*l 
tlon that the packing Is not bmoghl In conta-t with 
any red bol siirfjce*, coiiaequenlly ll I* not iioee*- 
sjiry lo have It Uk.n down every year or two and 
rx- parkei^. on account of the cement h<-ing deatroy 
ed hy the aetlAii of tho Are. This Karnw i'. on uc 
noniit of tile peculiar rimatriirtlon of the loliit*aiid 
flannea. will never ueed lo be repaired, being ia 
fact *elf packing. ' 

W* hav» acl op seversl of Iheeo Furaae^ for 
•nme of our roost prominent cllituiis, aud tbey 
nave given eutire aall*fa<-llim. 

AOCMTs roa THB 

CRUSADER 

AIR-TlOlir COOKIXU STOVE, 

The best Stove In the market— every one giving 
perfect sittlsfactlon, 
Kconomlcal In the coiiainnption of fuel, and rap 
Id in operalltMi ; c«ii4 eiilonlly arrsngetl for burning 
eltlier Woo.l or f.iiil: larin- .uol well veii'li.-»te<l 
Oven; door* lined with rederlor*. and all parU 
thornugbly iiUe4|. Tl»e pUte* of tbI* Hlove are *o 
eoii*irurted aiid eqtialtxed thai exnanalun and con 
traction of th.> Iron will not crnik Ibem ; and nil 
the par1^arl■ «jreiiglhened that come in Immediate 
contJM-l Willi the lire. In fi«ct, no libor or expunao 
bu* l>een lip.ired In making tbc Crnawler the rery 
bett Co'iking Store in the iH'iriel, and one that ha* 
no eaunl. Thi* Stove haa taken the flr*l premium 
al Ilie New York tttale Fair fur the laat three coo- 
s<-culi\e year* I 

Tropic Parlor Stove, 

A splendid Parlor Stove, combining Beauty.l'se 
fuinee* and Krsoiiomy. .\ largo and convenii-nt 
oven 1* pliiced on the lop, which operate* adrnirn 
biy ; the arrangement for burning coal l» vtsry *iin 
pie and complete. Fire m.ny be kept the entire 
eeaaon withool tlppinglhe grate. The urn ia lined 
with porcei.iln, and all It* appointment* are of the 
mn*t p..rb>c4 order. Thi* Htove i* very muoli n.l 
mired for the Beautiful andchaateBaanor lu which 
It is ornamented. 


«omera hope 

A. a. «iCTiAat»eoa 
«ep». nth. 1BB». 


jAaes MCLTta. 
septl Idrf 


f/.. 


Air-Tight Stoves 

Of beautiful pattern* and elegant dettgnf fbr aale 
at reasonable prices. 

OVWL 

^ It would he snperftuon* to aay anything 
^^L In n-gnrd to the qnalily of our w<»i*, aa it la 
*.,•« welt e*tih!l*hed flict that wo do tin- best 
\r work of any "lion In the city. T. <o«tf.i, 
1.0 and I.. -I. Wal.MOutxiBO have for year* main 
Uined leading posiUoua in the trado. and Uioir 
work has always given entire satisfaction. 

T. 0<MTKI,l,0 a CO., 
IU Central, opposite Jaekaon street, 
oeUdaat . Lowell. 


■ s Th 
JfiKMHwopi 


llcvtaarnnt PariRien, 

.' B08T01T. • 

The llrst class FUEXCH HrtSTAt 
iNT, under ihe msnagement of M«>N«. 
. . A. BI.AKr.hs* become one of Ihe moat 
wopnlsr resorts of Ihe day. 

Persons who desire to enjoy the advaaUffoa of a 
PABmi *a Oafb, and the luirlaa of Fbknch Cook 
Ug, will Hud no plaee this side of ParU that cau so 
ftadlly furnish these advanUgee. 

Breakfast fVnm B to l> If . 

Breakfaat at l.iMe d'hote at 11 A. W., 76 cents. 

Dinner from 1 to 4 P.M.. Tli cent* __^ ^. . 

Brcakfbat, DInoor an4 Napprrn la eofte from s 
A it till 11 r. M., «t moderaU' price*. 

Partlei who wl*h lo have, (tinners or toppers' 
aerrod U the Kreooh flMhlOa and best style, may 
Ikom at the shortest n<itlce. 

-M BLANC haa the honor to notify his numer- 
oos eatiana, that he hta ^i"! reeeiv.-d from France 
SifflBfeiHktwdeortbebeetWInea. lm|M>rle,I nere by 
kimaelf. Persons desiring to try ihein may come 
to hU Kcotaurant, aad, as he Imports b|s winus l«i 
•aaka snd bottles ll himself, hels able lo om-r ll 
SM«r and of a better qualUy than any other 
^^^M^n In Om CnlT 

^OmkuMnm de robMUu and Patet, with or wlth- 
aal fra/ka tent to any distance In the citv or 
ootatry. ' maylMtf 

XMnner at faMt d%)(e at B, •!.«. 



LIFE AND FIBE 

IVSUKANCE AGENCY. 

Maaaackaaetta Mutual Lite laa. Co. 

8rHIN0PIBI.D, llASk. 

UoBie inaoraare ( ompaafy 
Nbw Tohk Cirr. 

CAPITAL $2,000,000. 

Ilaiapdea PIre Inauraure Co., 

iSraiKopiBLK Mabs 

•dtr V'irtt Inaurance rompaay, 

Nbw Havk.s-, ('t 

UoiDe Inauraacc Compavfy 

Nbw Hatem. Ct. ., 

■ \ ■ A lbany City Fire laa. Co., 
ALBAar, V. T. 
Preacott Fire .Unrine Insurtknce Co,t- 

Boston. MA5t 
, btftcheater Fire InHnrance ' «■. 
Dorcheater MatoKl Fire Inaurance Co. 
Qniacef Mataal Fire iBanniaec Co. 
orilco, SI Coatral drooU 
jrPREMlAH 8. F0L80M Aobwt. 
Lowell. Fei» 12. 1864. _ feb lZ— Iv 

CITY OP LCWEI.Ii. 

AtniTOa's Orrici:. Dec. IS. 1««5. 
4 LLp'raona having bill* agal'i«l the City are 
' requested to preaent them at liil* offlre, duly 
approved, on or before Saturday, the ild iii*Unl, 
otherwise tbey will lie over until the Itnbof Feb 
ruarv. 18BB. 
. Per order of Ihe Committee on .Accotints. 

CT.mtGE O.vnDXKn, Aii.litor. 
Lowell, Dec. 13, 1864^ ^detl3dU3d _ 

The Old Lowell atlonal Bank. 

'■'HE annual meeting of llio Stockholders of the 
* Old I.«W»II Nsllo-ial Bank, ftir ihtf elretlon of 
Directors, will be held at It* B.'iiiking room* on 
TCF.SHAY, January 1«, ISOO, at 10 I « oVIock, 
A.M. CIIA'S. M. WILLIAMS, Ca.hier. 

Lowell, Uass., Dec. 14, IIMJ. decltdlw 


The 


Wameait National Bank of 
Lowell. 

THE Ptockholder* of tbi* Inatltntlon will meet 
for the traii*:ietlon of tU-lr animal an<l any 
other bu-.ine*« th^t otiiv come bifore them, nl their 
Haaking Itooma, on 'I'L'KHIlA Y, the 10th day uf 
Jaooary next, atZ o'clock in the Hfternooii. 

Jf ll. BLTTUICK, Ca-hier. 
December 1«, 18«4. deeiatJanW 

MIRS A. L BRIOHAW, 

'■•EACTIKR of Penciling, Black Cravon 'f^^ad* 
■ aad Ani'uaU), l'n«tei I'ulnling, Wax F.ower* 
and Wav .'\uUrnn Leaves. 
decl4<Wiu1l No. 21 Ki rk etrcet. 

POR SALE, 

A very do»lrablc realJcnce on Middlesex 

•tree!, L<iwrll, near the l..ifiiyet'e llouc--, 
ron*>*ilna of a two 'oey frame houae »T 
by :,i feet, with L I by i* feet, conliiin- 
InclS weil ilniabed rotMB*: aa excellenl cellar, a 
Well of pure "ofl wali-r; a wood •b<-.| Httacbed to 
the I,, a irood b:irn 20 by ai feet, .\ttaebed to the 
front ol the Imm i* agood*h«d liby o leel. The 
lot contii'n* about 3 4 of an acre of e»c<liunt land 
well atocked with larifi- be^ihiig fruit true*, vrape 
vine, currant*, etc. The houae 1* coiivinieatly ar- 
ranged, rouois Urge, aud is very plenaantiy *itii»- 
Ud. Price $:!,iK) ■? For fiirtU r i iirllcuUr* in- 
quire of the subscribsr. uu lire premises, 

C. D. itE.VD. 
Lowe ll. yov.r.th,1W5. nov2.V!2m^ 

FOK 8ALB, 

linR.«E.'*, CAUUIAOKS AND IIABN'ESSEd. 

OUuod Driving liorkes; 
4 ifxtd l{<M>by lliw^ks; 



!■* 


B good Baggy*. . . . . 

Urge lot uf second b^nd 


Also, 
ne*«e*, etc. 
. L<uweU, Oct. B, 18B&. 


SIrl b», ITar 
MOUbB k (>.\<iK. 
oclAdlf 


MARKED DOWN 

PLilDSy THIBETSy 
PRIMS, ALPAf.\S, 
Ail WOOL P9PLIi\Sy 
DELinEHy B.ILnORALS 

AXD If AST 

OTHtiR aoor>s 

HAVE aaKH MABKBD DOWN 
V 

— AT- 

J. S. BROTVN'S, 


b USlxNK8S CARDS 


J. O. JSPSON» 

l>BAr.bM IM 

C •KB fkHMX 4;ilOCBSlES 

— AWD— 

WEST inDIA GOODS. 

The beat kinds of 
PLOUn. BUTTKB. TEA, Hl'llAU, BPICEfl, 

and all other good* u*ually kept In a flrd class 

«;rocery Htore always on hanrir^ 

no. 19& C'EAlUAi^ bliiUKT, 

ae#t394tf ' _ ^°^' Charles. 


RAILROADS 


BOSTON. LOWELL AWD NASHUA, 
rrUNV BHOOK, LAWRENCE A . 
SALKM RAILROADS. 


J. C. KIMIiAI.Ii, 

ATTOBNKY AND COUJiBELLOtt AT LAW, 

Ollieo— B ood « barristers' Hall, 

Oomorof Central and Merrimack Hia..— opposite 
Ihe Post UMoe, LOWKLL, VA:-8. 

PliN8lO«S^, Ac. MKCURED, 

maiB BymyClerk,J.W. Reeo. dly 

^T~8 All' l3.~B I LLliT UhSi 

WHOtMAI B AHD KSTAIL DKALBK IW 

POTlKnN AHJl ' OMB-iTiC FlUHT. PRE- 

KERVES, PIOKLWB, COND1MKNT8, 

CONrBCllONi'RY, CIOAES, TO- 

BACOO, Ac. Ac. 

No. 100 Ceatral Mueet, 

doel2 LOWbLL. MASS. dly 


B. HOWARD, 

ntXLBB IB 

Ftnirr., coat.. UMB ANP CBMRWr-Oalelned 
and Orouod FLA8TKI1— Brit"**. Lath*. Hair snd 
"4and Alv'Maho^ai.y. Obein, Black W.lnnUWIiile 
Wooi M*|4eand A*u LUMBEIl. Wood. Charcoal. 
VottaraclUt and Bilomtnous t'OAU 

Wbart We.ter* Aveooe. 

Ofders through the PottUffioe prompUy attend 

U wall, Oetebor gl. I8B». — t«7dlr 

>«IjOwell steam and Qas Flp® 

works," 

n.JR^ BARKER, Proprietor, 

DXaLBB IB 

nAOVUHT IKON PIPK. STEAM AKD OAB FIT- 

TINOB 
md flXTUltBB of every doscriptloo. 

gf Bulldinigs heated by Bltam or lighted by Oas 
>n roa9«>r'al)iu terms. 

W.trkt MIddleOBX Btreet. 

Store .'....No. 8 neutral " 

Mp'.31dt Lowell. Matt. 


MONDAT, Dec. 4, 1M.1— TaaiBt taav^^Cowau. 
I^On r.>sloo 7 00, 07.90, ».» A.M, exj 18. n9,-6.S0 
" 09.»}^ P. M. 
For NaO'iia sod TTpper Railroads, BOO, B.45 A. M.. 

LOU. ».*) «ad «.0> P. H. 
For Wilioo. 8.(10 A. M.. 1.00 and «0) P.M. 
for Orotno Jumllon 1.00, ll.tli A M„ 4.4g P, M. 
Por Ijiwreuce •7.:;0. 10.0i> A. M.. «.«3 aao 8.15 P. M. 
gor?»»l()m7 as A. M. 2 00P. M . 

e Or ea arrival of train from yi shp a 

Theinlns'or Btony Bmok. Hoadsfn* Kaslma and 
all upper Uoa' t leave kllddleeex Street Depot only. 

TaaiBa lbavb voa Lovbll 
From Boateo 7.00. fS OQi IOJ« A. M.. IS M. S.W. 4.00 

and 5.00 P.M. „ 

FriMn Naahua 7.00.9.00, U.4.5 A. M., 'S.OO, If OOP. M 
From WMum 8 00. 1 UO A. M.. .130 P, M. 
From Orstoo Junction 8.00 A. M.lf 45 aao «.4« P.M 
f fora Laa rence b 30 A. M. 12. t."* 4.0.- -K" « 30 P. M, 
From Dalom 9.V) A. M., iOO 1'. M. 

t Nertberu l^epot __ . „ . 

JOHN B. WII»Sr/)W. Rdp'I. H'-tloo. 
p. H. NO0RBK.Laeal8lipHL.wi<ne% 
Balem and Blony Urook Boadi. LoweU. 

Moe. «8,lBes. nor»Uf 


frORTnERN RAILROAD. 

WINTKR ARRANOBMBNT. 


O' 


OILS 


C. B. COBURN & CO.. 
COMMISSI ON MER CHAN I S, 

OtAI.BB IB 

spenM. wnALK. lard awo lthsrto 

POTATr), WHEAT ANU OOBN STARCH 
Factorv Lralher, Brvishe*. Ro'lor CToth. Cards. Pick- 
ers, and all kind* -' Manufselnrers" Suppllet. 
PAINTS. OLABB, VAUKIBIIES, Ac. Ac. 
4 k » .Heckanics' Bolldlag, qaitoa 91. 
LOWiELU 
■.eoBvaa. *> "■ 
Ian 16 ^___ 

C aSHlt:U' tf MACE , 

nXSLBBI 

BTOVBB, HOLLOW IT hf.%, kc. kc, 
BaaementBtorvofBdUniversa'.lstCborcb Market st 


ooBoav. 

dtf 


N an4 after MONDAY. Feb. 27th, 18fi6, 
Paeaonger Traiat will run at fdllowt: 
UPWARD TRAINS. 

Jlotl Train leavet Concord at 1 J.4S ». m.* 
for White Kiver Junction. eon.iectii.g with 
train* for Wells River. St. Jol.rsbnry. Bar- 
Ion. Newport. Willoughby aT>d Ma«iog Lakea. 
8tanttead. Bath. Little'on. Larcatter. AWo. 
with traips far Montpeller, Buriingtnn. 8t. Al- 
bans. Rou*e a Point, Montreal, Ogdentborgh 
tnd the West. 

Bristol TraiB leavet Concord at ».30 p.m., 
for Franklin tnd ririttol. 

RTening Rxpreaw Train leaves Concord 
at 8.15 p. m.* for White Riv r Junction, oon. 
necting with train f"r Monipcl'er, Barllivg. 
t n, St. Alhtps. Kou«e't Point, Montreal, Og- 
denahurg, aid Ihe Weal. 

•Or on arriva of train* frogs Botton, Wor- 
oetter, Port*ni'uth, Portland. *c. 

DOWNWARD TRAINS. 

fBriatoi Tmin leasee Rristot f»r Cenoord 
at 8 a. m . and Krauklin at 9.12 a m. 

t tlail Trtiin leaves White River Junctioc 
for Coiicnvd at i2IAp.m,or on arrival of I 
trains over the Vermont Centra^ PasttBipiic, 
and White Monn'ain« Rxilroadi. 

nay Expreaa Train leavet White River 
Junction at 4..''» p ro.. or on arrival of traint 
from Montreal and Og'lensh ,rgh, Brattlebor- 
ough, Kcene, Bellow*' Falls. Windior. Ac, 
onni.eetirg at Concord with train for Manrhea- 
ter, Nashua, Lowell art" Button. 

♦• The-ie tr .1 t cTt'DPct at Concord with traint 
for .Manches'er. Lawrence, Po't«niout.h, Port 
4^land, Vatbua, Wurcettor, New Vurk, Lowell, 
and Boaton. 

OWSi.OW nTKARNS. Agent. 

Concord. N. H.. Feb. 27. 1866 £eb27atf 


ITlp». B* T. TBO]niPSO:\'» 

Fmch nillinery Eaip«rioM, 

Ro. 01 MKBRIMAOK STBXDT, 

Having Just received a splendid 
isorlint.-iil of rich 

inilliiiery Ooodn 

of the latest Fall and Winter Importation*, bought 
at greatly reduced prieea, eoagpriakig aeme aew 

antTbt-Hutiful dc'dgns lu 

Velvets, Bilks, Satins, AnCLB traw 
Bonnets 

Of the lale*t French novelty and style. Alao, La- 
dles' aod MUses 

Velvet and Felt Hat«, 

that have only lo he si-rn In be admired hy the lov- 
er* uf till! biautiful. 
MOUB^INO BONNETS 
Alway* ni. hand of the newest pattern* and style. 

*.* ftrsw and Fell Hate and Uonnett done over 

In the boat pOBslble manner. 

navinff engaced one of the b^tt IToaees In Boe 

ton to do my Ktraw and Felt Iloiinrta and Hat*, I 
feel roiitldcnt tlLtt tht-y arc dooc superior In any 
othrr sturf in Ivtiwvll. oeU'kd ip 


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A.OSNC Y 

roa tmb 

Iitercatioul txckuge C*. 

8TOKKII A CO., 
50 aad 63 PINE STREET, 

NEW YOKK. 

Bell Drafts In arxonnls to ' pitreha»er* on 

Xnirlsnd, Ireland, Bcotland, nee, and all parte 

of Oermany. J. N. PMUCE, Jr., A (tent. 

Ufllce at LoweU, Matt. daeBdtf 


LATEST 8BN8.4TI«N. 


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or THE 


EXTRACT 


COlNCOKU Anui LAREMONT R. li. 


CO. 


C. p. TALBOT t 

■ iLBtreaonraxxs or 
DTI WOODS AND OHSMIOALB, 

dty BSorhet Heoee, 1.0 well. 
. P. TxLOOX. laadlF Taot. TAtaov 


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aABVTAonTBBat or 

Printinitr lnk« 

FO:i OAKD. BOOK AMD mWRFAPCR WOHK. 

Aioo, avaar vAtrarr or 

FANOT INKS. GOLD SIZF, BUONZB. VAJINWD. Ao; 

no. 11-9 Water Street. Destea. 

HaauBi. Moaaiix, 
rnb4d« 


«»ao. 0. Moaaxi.t. 


54 IVIrrriinack l^treet. 

novl4 


*3m 


Cloaks I Cloaks 1 1 


A PRIME A8S0ETMKXT 


J. S. BROIV.II'S, 


64 Merrimsck Street. 


novl4 


Cloak Goods. 


A I*AR<iE STOCK 


KOW OPEN 


And for sale at LOW FBICE8. 


WILLIAM. S. LIVIKGETOW, 

DBALaB IB 

COAL, WOOD, lIME, CFMENI 

FLABTMB. BB.ICKS. HA T. OBAIN. 
rtOCR. *e. 

No. 9'TuoRMOiKS Strkkt 

botS L OWKLL. MAWB. dtl_ 

ff. KtCHARDSON'S 

«»VaTaR AND acrRKSHMKNT SALOON, 


t« aad IS MorrfaMOk Street, 

rwodoort below Central street lOWKLL. 

MRAL3 AT ALL BOURB OF THR DAY. 
H^ Corned reef. Ham, Chickens, Plea, Cake 
f rait aad Oot.feotiooery, pider Mineral and Soda W a 
tor. 
CLAM cn0WT>ra every Satnrdxy. 
S^ Partle* acootDm<xls'.od oB rcsson*bU termf. 
•Panlle* supplied with Oyturs by tha quail er callOit. 
Loo ell inXt*. \tK 

tmrnvKi. n. woon, 
COMMISION MERCHANT. 

AirP WBOLtSALS OSALSS Ht 

FlrbUB GRAIN. FKBD AND OUANO. 
ts MARKRT ST.. Ooooeito Market HoatoJ 



L' 


CONTOOCOOK RIVBR RAILr.OAD. 

' A' 'Ji ' ggj a 


CARS over these Roads run In oonnectlon 
with t's'" o"*' 'he Concard. Na*hua anr< 
Worcpslef. Nashua aud Lowell, Boeton ami 
Lowell, Manchester and Lawrence, Concort* 
and Pi^ittmoulh. Boston and Maine, and F 
tea Raihoada. a* follnwt: 

Leave Bradford and HiUtboro' Bridge, for 
Concord. >c.,|ll 00 a m. 

Leavr Concord for Bradford and HiUtboro' 
Bridtje, 3.10 r. u. 

Staqe Conueetit/n$.—BT*d{nTi for Newbovv, 
Suntpee. Ncport, Clarecnont, Suttco, New 
London, Arc, daily. 

Hlllnboro' Brldirefor Antrftn. Bennington, 
tnd Kast Wtshirigion, datlv ; for Kerne, *ia 
Antrinr, North Branch, Stoddard, Munsonvlll* 
ted Sullivan Tnrsdt't Thnredayt tnd Sttnr- 
day*; for CHrcr.i 1:11, ria Wa-hington. Lemp- 
ster anrl Uni'y, ^^ln^uT■',Wc'lnel•(^ayt and Fri- 
days, returning op;ir.site days. 

ONFLOW 8 IRARNS. Aient. 

Concord. N..H.. D.-c 11. ISfS. declldtf 

IVORCENTEKA KA8HUA R. ROAD. 

WINTRR AP.RANOBMBNT. 


OS and after December Ut, 1864, Pastenger 
Train* will run at followo : 
Uave Woreootor at 8.3J and ILIA A. M., 4.30 
r. V 

•• Niithua at 710 a, m., 12 »i.,and .5 00 r. i». 

•■ Orotua Janetion at 8 00 a.m., lS.46aad 
5.45 p. M. 

All train* c'>nnect at Orolon Junction with 
Stony Brook R. R. trains. Close connectionr 
are sl*o m-tde at Woro**t*r wilh tmin* fi>l 
Pritidenre. Sorwlrh New York, Springfield, 
AlHanv, and the West. 

Throotth ilpkets fir New Tork hy Sonnd or 
Land Rontes. cin he had at »ht T'.cVet Offire 
in Lowe'l. where, aUo,Ktate Ro. ma sod Bertha 
can be secured by the 8te<mert " City of Bos- 
ton" tnd •• City of New York." 

For further ptrticultrs as to eonnreii<>nt witb 
other Ruadt, see Snow's Pathfinder Ouide. 
O. W, BENTLBY. Hoot. 

Woroetter. Nov. 29. 1864. novSOdtf 


EGYPTIAN LOTUS, 

FOB THifi HANDKuaCHlBF. 

\| ANTFACTURKD from the " Tf yinph» T.9 
Ivl tus,*' or wh.tt is called by the Kyyptiaiti 
" Pchiiln," "Hoshln." It irrow* in tlie Xileaii.l ad 
Jnrenl rivulet*, and has a larcv- white Itnwer. simi- 
lar in appearan<-e to our Nympba (Mornlo. or 
Pond Uly. The root Is esten by people who live 
n<-;ir the- Lake Meiizitleh. The rivulet* ne.irl)»nii 
etts abound with tbI* flower, whiili ri»i"* two fet-t 
abovu tbc water. It wa* tho ru*«af .\ncieiit Kirypt, 
the fjivorilf floWL-r of the country, i»nd I* often *eeo 
made Into wreaths and ipirlaods placed on tbe forp 
head* "f fi-male*. or held in thiir band* and Inha- 
led for It* frairrance. It play* a dUiinirnl'hH part 
in the mylb(ili>iiy of the llimloo* aud Chiui*!'. — 
Amonir tbe Cblneae It *yinb(>lix<'il feinnle br»uty, 
the *iiiall ffi'l nf their women b«iiiK eallvd "Kia- 
Icrn," or " Uublen l.ilb-*.*' 

Price #1. MiiDufai-turi'cl bv the Proprietor, 

K. A. I'K.VNKV, Brooklyn, .N. Y. 

OKO. C. OOODWIV ft (•(»., m Hanover •Ireet, 
B'laton, Wholesale Amenta for .ttew^glaod. 

iiov«2 ! dSm 


BROOKS t* DAVW • ■ ^T" 

QUADKILLB BAm^' 

nA'J bocri n- nriraiilir'.i for the trOson of IMMf', 
and is prepared to furnish Uie latest' ani^asfai 

fa*hl><ii»bli- MikIc fi>r li^ill*, A>*errfbii<-a, Partlee, 


Kit. The lisiut eonslsu of Ihe lollawlns 
known Mu«i<'iuii* ; — ^ j 

W. AX.O'^7.0 OWjr>f, First V'WIn: 
ULIVKlt T. 1>.\ VIM. M Violia, aad P iia nU pt 
Ji. ii. C.\KI.TOV, Bass: 

K. HMPTH, fTlBTirtot: 

n. I>. BROOKS, Cornet. 
Apply to K. Carleton, at 77 Mirrlmark Rtreet, at 
Hmilh & Hrouka' Itoow, Wtnlwortb'a lUook, (Srtd^ 
floor in the r'Sr.) or t<> any member of the Rand. 
l>owell Hept. as. IMS eaptaM tf " t 

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s^p.«^P'RlllA 

COMPOUND 


Dr.LarMktk'i. 


1 

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COMPOUNlTi 

Far the tpeody a»d penaaoeat core of 

Uwor Complolat, BcrofwUt, or Uimg^ • 
£▼11, Djrtpcpala. I>roptr, ntmrmiglm^ 
EpUopeyr, KfT*<poUta, M. Aatftomy^ 
X*lro, Plmploo. F«at«loh, Blo«akoeJB*Mi» 
Tstmoro, li*lt Kliwm, Clooca utd awrpaw 
Bheninatiana, Palm las the StonaiMis, B14* 
and Bovrela, CenenU Delillttr. ft i i f h 
ITloersUoa, erphtUa oBd Mtati — lo l W Si 
otMo, and all eomplaiaU arltiag from or rr as H ; 
Ingr in Impure Blood, 

It ia dowbte the itrengtk ot any OChor 
rma Compooad la jthe aoartot, and la : 
hy the KcrUeal faculty at the bett <mtt cMm ^M f . ^ 
Blood Purifier extant. ^ 


Piieo Sl.OO por BoMIo. 

Prepared by 
BS, E. X. KKIOHTS, . . , 

lliu.Boax.KAaa. •^ a'li' 

UUIOOX/UCii 


4[ • 1 

'in,* 


vW^OO/f^, 


',LG1 T/.B^r 
CO' )GH ft- rOLD.S 


LidianYegstsbW ' 

ULMONlG 
SYRUP 4 


BIA&B OR rBMJL&II, 

IF you b.'ivi* been iwi'ni^rwT and are now rcap- 
liiK till' bitti-r fruit* iif^^at liniiriidi-iice, and 
wl*h t»> cnrf yourself In from one to two day* wifh 
out bcliiK ilupi-d by ijiiack* or tear of exposure, 
send 91 and a poataee stamp, with VHar aildreea, 
to L. I'AnKKR, Lu'^l' I'ox W, BidiU'furd, Mainti.and 
you will rrct'lvi" by r' Inrn in:i|l. rlii».'!y aciil.d in 
an envelope, the new Kkeiich ItCMrnr. Thi* la 
nn humliiiK, bill tbereilpe of an i-ininint Frenrli 
Phy»lrlan. ll Is pnrrly veaetiihlc. and leaves the 
avateni lu an iiuprovud aud btuUthy condition. — 
'I'ry ll. di'ClJSm 

HKECH KT TAlliOHy 

A DEAtrER I<T 

Cloths and Funiishlng Good 

Ne. 4 Merrln-irk H*a«e, 

(orPOaiTO LADD ABO ,WltlT«ET MOKtmBITT), 

Mirrhnack ijtruet LOWKLL, UA8d. 


Cnrea CouoHfl, Coloo, Whoophki Cocak* 

Croup, Asthma, Catarrh, Bbosciiitis. Paix 
CI THE Binr., XiuilT Sweats, IIOARsKXxa8,t» 
whieh pnbllc apeakert aad tkigrra are Hthli^ 
CoNst'Mi'TioK, in Itt early ttag<% aail-aU di*> 
eatrs of the Throat an4 LunG;t. 1^ 

Inflorscd by the M;;-heet modleal tufborlty, 
elerj^yinen of crerf denomlaatlun, anttiort, aA« ' 
tors, proicasort la our varlooa coUej^etk and llf . 
many of our most eminent public mciy 

Containing: no opium. It Is adapted to emyact^ 
aad may he uead witboat fbar of tho dtifenaa * 
roaulttwbiebfoUowthenteof many oftheCongk , 
preparations of which opliua aod ipecao an 

baae. '' 

Glwe It a trtel. . ^„ .. 

Price 80 centa and $1 per bottle. . . ^ ;, 

Db. E. B. lUilUUTS, Proprietor, ]Icllooa,]Ca#ib| 


h- 


octau 


d3m 


MLi) EST.4BLlsniIE>T* 


'PHR «uh«cribers manufacture and put up 
L IRON KBNCBP. of the most dooinhla pat* 
torntaivdtc^BRioBworkinanthip. 

CUHIIINtJ d, MACK, 

Noa. 12»aBd 12A Market Street. 
Bar2A ' ' Lowell. Mast. 




AT 


t'.mtfff. r.f 


J. S. BROWn^S, 


•«MVlt 


dtf 


JTor fi; tn Tyngi borough. 


Isl 


V 


A farm eonlalnlnf twooty aeree,lMi 
_^^ of trh'*'' •» covered wlU wood. Tha bolld 
||IIBl Initt are new and of modern ttyle. The 

JUII^ above la attained •*s'1*Im'*^*''0*'*"'?" 
am mala rood to Wta awo i If .H., three-fourths of a 
■MkifMia Trme^onf VIHnfi aod ono^Mrd of a 
HH Aom the Depoi. 

Tpnr lOrther Infer 


/ THB GMBAT GERMAN 

HEILMITTELL 

WILI. ooaa 

CHROirZO OATARRS 

lu the Head, Throat and Nose, Oonahs, Golds 
Uruncbltis, Diphtheria, and the flral slacea of 

OONSUMPTION. 

j'Fnrsaleby all r>mn1sU. PHee #5 a holtle.— 
or sale st wholes-lc hy Weeks fc Potter, ITO 
trsshlngton street, O. C. Ooodwin fc Co., J18 Han 
liver street, and .T. Wilson, ISS Washington St., 

Head wliat Mrs. A. B. Watson, of No. 11 Mid 
diesei street, l^well, says :— " Havlnn been af 
>ltleted wllh a severe oeuirh an# caUrrh, and,lieln« 
i-nred of It by the use of the aretil (Irrmttn lleil 
mUtel. I di'em l< my duty lo make thi* publlr ac 
knowledemeot for tke benefit of those simllsriy 
aflletM. Mra. A. B. Watw^i," 

•otST dat«m 

Somatkiog Kwavj Vmtum Noeds. 

QHlRT.nRAWKB AXD RTOGKtNO BOARDS 
rt for drying porpoaee, whiub will entirely pre 


oetI2 


/.n 


S4 JBerriack Street. 

•3m 


SIKGUrS HRirlKe ■iirilNKii 
W."u 


GIJION A CXK*S MNE. 

Steam from and to Queenstown 
and Liverpool. 

/■ .';.r 


'/.*' 



DYAR, No. 41 Central Street, 
Lowell, haa the exclurive rinhi to sell 


every 
^Mseruf oirn to land and receive 

aage from Now York, payoble In 


The flr*t>lnss powerful4rom Rtoamshlpt 
MORAVIAN, bT. GKpHUK. 

PEUinAK, PT. P.\Yl{l('K. 

NOV.1 PCOTTAN. HT. ANOKKW, 

MOUTH AMKIU<;aN, 8T. DAVID, 
Will sell From lAperpool and Xew York 
Week, cojlliig at 
pa**eni{eri«. 
Kates of 
Cursoncy, 
aiid uae these oolebrated Msehinet in ihitoity,; rohi* tBO, •tesrogo 990. 

aa the record at the Patent OlE'-e ►hows. Per j fo New York, very Low Kates, 
tont withing to on-am the BpaT and mot' OCO pa**enKer* forwarded lo ParU and all German 
womOAL -"ewing Machine In ute will find til port* «t very low r»t<«i. _ nmnv « 

ki.dtathi. store, and at the lowett pelooa. Br*oi' P^-Ji' ''T-'j^t' ^^''"^^ * ^^^^ ** 

' O.MctfAMARA, 
No. 7 Matenm T>D:idlnK, Lowell, Mass. 
M. B.— AgeaU for the "Old Black hiUr Line '' of 
Liverpool Packets, mayS^ly 


eiihar for ca*h or on time to tuit all partiet. 

Symui W. AM. JaniMtf 


Ll'^^FttrBk 
oetST 


FOB SAL«( LOW. 

A valuable llnrae. Top Bugay. Boggy 
Hire Hlel|{h and UBrn«a*,UUna- 
... and Robes. Inquire al B.VaCOM'S 
Vur Bturs, lAll Murrliuack striict. 

dtf 




nil'/. 



tt tbrlugage. 
ao*«d>m 


to order b 


or by 

D. a, 

Wftilt steam M 


KIMBALL. 

Illla. 


Inquire of JDSICPH 
rhMiek Corporation. Col 


SAAK OWnritB of aaaerlor ooailtf tMa dap 
. reeeteedhf J.ftJ.M. PBAR«Oir. wF ' 


etn 


aaadiLJMt Md W. I. UooM, 


White's Army Stimolanv 


WAMuomo TO ocnui 

Jl .>... , '{ .'|i w V 


i)«l t 


OATlMniH^ 

RBR TOtTM HE ADACttEt 
«IMUi Ta»*»AT. 

IA hat Awf * "^ 'il ( •' 

*^^m . . ■ wmA UPHTHaJUA, 
^ " Prapored hy 

Ai HWV ^««4UteM. 


White's Army Stimulant, 

^ wAnRAirxxo to ours 

CATAilkll,^ ]' 

RBRTCVS HEAOACnE, 
BOR * BOAf, 

■n< DIPHTHERIA. 

■ prepared by 


aep« 


X. WHITB, towelU ICaat. 


1 ir 6iii» I 


TTNO^n.n BAO*, 114 «errimaekalpae(,heep 
IV eorttantly on hand a gooil assortment of the 
OniX«aa% BOOTH and ttMOBfl, Ke<w poira 
glrea whepany radical defeot apnoart la a TM\ 


FREIGHT LINE 

■ ^ BRTWBKW '.■"'" 

WORCESTER AIVD POIMTS NORTH AND 
NEW YORK. 

The now, Inrtp', rnd powerful A 1 Steameri of tht 

Keptune Steamship Company. 

. nw* Ih KT.F.nRA.Cspl. J. W. Nte; oa- 
ljPm»t^S,l..\yKi<, C'apt. W. M. Jonaa; aad 
OCBANUH, Capt. 8. OBOwaLl, of 9000 tons reirls 
trr esrh, having unbr.ikeii and relliilile water tiKbt 
rompartments, and with unsurpassed Krul«bt (and 
I'.ioHenifer) aeeomnunintinn*, making dally trips 
between Provlileiice ,iiid Now York, Inndlne m 
N'-w York at tlieir *pi«Jo«s ller 27, North Klvir, 
(foot of Itoblusoii Ijtrict) connecting atProvUence 
wllh tho 

PKiUIDBVCR & WOI.-CESTBR RMLKOAD, 

and al New York ♦Ith th.< Pteam'Canal Lines for 
T'hilnilrlphi', Hnlllmnre, and all poiOU Kooth. Al 
BO witb till' Erte Hnilicufi lor all Western point*. 
Without rharffe fb^" whnrfage,* " cartage," or otb- 
it «tpen*e in Net* York. 

IlnliKitirity nt f.o'r o> by any other .'Jfeom Linf. 

All fiTlcht for poiiila sooth of New York ehonid 
be ooiiHigiied lo care of K-!.\.\C ODKLL, Agent, 
Pier 27, North Itlver, New York. 

Kor further InfornisUon apply lo A. C. MUN 
ROK, Oeneral Airent, No. 2 Lincoln Block, Wor- 
eRst<-r: or to A. K. QUACKENBOtt8, Providence 
Depot, Green Street, Worcester. 

' J. B. OAKDINKR, Agent, 

maridlf Providence. 

BAicOBNT * OOH*. BXPBBS8 

rrom LOWBIjIitoBOBTOnr, BAIiITM, 
XiAWBSVOK. OBOTOir. WOB. 

OBSTTB. WlIiTON and NASHUA. 

Leave* Lowell for Botton at 7.30.9^ A. M. 
and 21 P. M 

For Salem al 7.24 A. M., 2 00 P M 

For Lawrenee at 7^. 10 A. M.. 24«. 6 P. M. 

For Oroton and Woroetter at 7, 11.46 A. M.. 
4.4« P. M. 

Leave Booton for Lowell at 91, A. M., AM 
ai>d 4^ P. M. 

Leave Salem at 9.40 A M^fi.OO P. M. 

Leave Lawrence at 84 A. M.. 13|, 6| P. M. 

Leave Oroton at 8 A. M., 6.45 P. M. 

Nov. .%. IMA 


IN BUSINT^S AGAIN. 

f JinOMAS K. BOSS, well known lo the ritlient 
■ of l»well and vifioii}- at a //e/r- //fywsrr.who 

lormr rIy oiTupled store No. 70 Cent nil Htreet, hut 
for Ihe p.iat year unal>lo lo ailead tu boalne**, be- 
IpK now reHtored to hi* former good beallh, hat 
commenced bu*ine** avnln al 

No. 12 CKNTU.VL HTnEKT, 
(Dr. Ilayet-' old *lnnd,} wlicre lie will bo happy to 
rare|ve all hi* old and a* many new customers at 
mav favor hlin with n rail. 

Ilavlng fllled lip my shop in the best no**lble 
msnner, everythlns new anil clean, also lltt< d op a 
tirlvjile room for I.adle* and <.'lill<l*^i, Liiille* or 
tientlemen wUhlne Iheir hair eoloreil, anil rftt 
wanting to be I'Xposcd lo public velw. cau have It 
done at Ro«»'. . 

N. n.— Vou can always And fur sale at BOSfl' a 
good supply of IlM/.<ir*, Itazor Mrop., Shuvintc 
Brashes, Hsir Bruahea, Tooth Bruahe*. Noil 
Brushes, Combs, Perfumery, Oil*. 8onp*, etc. 

Ito**' relebrattd IIAIlt DYK, ne^e'r failint to 
give a perfect black, warranted not to bde. 
TIIOMAH E. Rfi.-JK, 

Ne. li Cuniral street. 

lyM LoweU Mass. 


ITCH I ITT a J I ITQ^.! I I 

POHTTIVKI.V rurr.l In 24 hour* by u«ln? DUM 
PUIK8' ITCH <HNTMKNT. No dangerfVom 
taking cold. Does i>ol contain the least partlrle of 
merrury ur other dangerous Ingredient. Price 25 
cents. 

8<ild bv EDWARD D.MLKY, *ucce**or to Ssm- 
ael KIdilsr, Jr. .% Co., comei of Msrrimack and 
John su., Lowell, Mass. novlT 


TWIN*. 

AOOOD aaaorUnenlJust reeslved for sale by 
C. P. TAl.noT * CO., 
CItv Market Building. 


octSdtf 


REMOVAL. 

THE subscriber would respectfully Inform hit 
friend* and Ihe public that he ha* removed to 
Mechanics' Mills, Dutton Btroet, Where he Is now 
prepared to fill orders for 

wooDkn sorrtvs. 

He la also prepared to do any Jobs In 

WOOD TlJUNlNd 

which may be entrusted to him, at short notice, 
and on ruosonahle terms. 

lOLTON ALDRIOR. 
Lowell. May S. ISAV ataySd^f 


AERaillACK flODSKp 

I.OWBX*T<. 

The undrralened relnmt his sineer 
Ihankt to bit former patrone aod the altl 
xen* of Lowell for their sytupatby and 
kind feeling eipresaed toward him, In his 
late loss by Are. 

' Uavlug retUtcd a pertlon ef his honee, 
he Is now ready tu receive coinpiuiy a* hrretolbre, 

UfcniY KMHSIY. 
LoweU. March SO. ises. marWdtf 



NO 'ICE ' 

ROOMS to let, with Powor, on Vlddletex itreelP 
by OTIS ALLEN. 
Lowell, April n, IMt. apildtf 

OYSTER 

AJII> 

BATZWG ROOMS, 

Vo. fi lalddU ntreat. 
MRALS SBRfBU AT ALL HOURS. 


oetM 


CLAM CHOWDT5R 

Every Batilrday evening. 

U. W. L0\TE.IOr. 


TA14 •• FLOBBNOB " 

AFD rn 

*«HOWB'» 

For tale h]^ H. 0. DEAN, Agent, 

• I a.ttUli:'r' 


M|CW AND OESUKABLB BTVLBS 

Of French, Eugllsh and Amorioan 

STATIOf<t:RY, 

A lareh aaaortment lust received and for sale at 
COOOESBALLV Book aad Stationery SMre, 
oetlu ei Msir/(n«ipk street 

BRBADt »llKADtr> ftBBAITf'l f 

FOR SALE HaRA-Proftf RoraAid't Patoot 
Cream of Tartar substltnte, KDMroaD Y^Aar 

POWDKO ABD Ba*AI> PKBPA-HAVtOS. 

N. B.— By using the ahove artieles von will have 


a gain of flheen lo twenty peiind^O^ bread fWna 
iporo tiftk b|f any oUksf »ro- 


eaoh harroi ef flour | 


J. k J. M. PEABAON, A«sal* fbr LoweU, BtaA 

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Building. Shattoek atreet. 


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ORIENTlLvU 

llX-^IItr 

RISTORER 


ProTM ttaeU the omlr rollAbU 1 

of Grsr and Faded Hair to tta oriffimmi 

color. 

It contains neither oil, alaobol, nor oar otta* 
iqjurious substance. 

It cleanses the scalp, gives the b^r a rich aod 
glossy appearance, and promotet tta IMxarlaal 
Crowtk. 
,■ It U tcicatlfieally prepared, and U Indoraed by 
the most eminent modiral aathority. 

It ia exrinlsltely perfumed, will not ttain or 
aoll the flaeat fhhrle, and It ladltpentaMo t0 tkH 
toilet of every lady and gentl em a n . 

«j-7JrrJVO orffHJf.' /» J 

rrleo rs eomta yo» »mMU, ■'■ I* 

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rrrpared by Dit. E. K. KNIOHT8, GkMMb'| ' 

KkukmB) Mam. ...>. -il 

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C. II. KIMH ALL, F. II. BfTLER k CO.. F. k 
K. BAir.KY, Lowell, and all Druggists aad Wu^ * 

chant* tbruUKboul the country. .,• 

niayll daotf»»nT 

-, -^.t 

Medical Advice. ' - 

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OB. J. M. HARMON, I-hrMrlan lod flargeoo. ; 
C011.11I11 with Ibe «iek (Ti'ML-rally, and givaa 
advice to nil, when deairf^l ; bat allSndt mAre par' 
ticularly to tbuoe iiniKirlaiil dl«oa*e*. In ellhcr sea,, 
which require the aperlal care of an erpertcnMO 
and discruvt praolitiooer. AequaJata4 wlllf all 
modern Improvement* lo Ihe practice of hit dlfll- 
rult *perially, Wnih a somewhat reiaatttalfle expo- ^ 
riviH'vof iuur..ilii4ii ..i^i. am ynaf* In laiialliis tho--— 
worst form* of diaeaee. Dr. H. may be enaMe4tO 
offer such inrormatlon and advice aa la eeldow o^ ' 

lained ouUlde the best Itospltal* of the country, ■ , 

Kricudly ini<l p*lernal counsel given to Ifhe nnwr- 
liinHte viiiinu' uf txiib «eie* who may auffer from, 
iheindiscreUona eooimoa lo their aire an4 eoodi-' 
tlon lo life. l*er*un* al a diaUnce ran consult the. 
l>r. by Mter, iwhI by enrlosing one tk^lar, max **" 
celve all desired iDfucmatlon Ug return mall. 

N. B. — The mosleareful altentlon given to al^ 
Fsroslv Comulninu, an<l to' tboee dangemaa'diaoo. 1 
d>-rs (both nf bo'lv and mind) common lo younw 
men who hure aulferad from Mw latsh of thhefy airt * 
Juillrloo* eouutel. Every cgavsnlcnce Is afforded , 
to such as mat wlah a prlvate'eonsnltatton, and iu 
ordinary odvlcu giran fVee. Kaferaaee la, hato- 
m«fle to a *falrrneiil frequently made by some of 
the most resiHctable general praetlUonara is Low 
ell:— • 

x Thooe eomplalatt should erineiltato O'dltMM 
branch of the profesaion, and should be alteodtd 
l« Wy a competent physician ; and wo helteve that 
Dr. Ilarmoii 1* bcttvr qualitttd for that bionah i)f ... 
prartleo Ib.'in any one wo know of who devotOO 
hhutelf particularly to It." " T 

The BedPrnf"' 

An eminently t<;leatiflo and meritqrttaaptepara. , 
tlon-^iaerrA (nin irtirr remedy for woiuAn't pecouar 
dllBculUes, whelber occurring In tho . 

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prescribed by Dr. IIamM>a> -«<|l ^ 


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Prepar-^d and 
Lowell. 

t«aee tn Welico' Bloek. (tip elalro><earMrt^ 
Merrlmark and Kirk alreoi*, LoweU, Maaa. Xs- 
traoee Aoea Merrlraaek ■treei. --^ ' « .... 

^uch a* prefer may obtain the Pills 01 
No. SI Unwn street, Lowell. ao' 

BLA^K ROOK RAKlIVACTIErn 

* AND D06K BINPINO.iK i/ 

Be. SAROE ANT, city Oeeerameal Bol 
, bHvini( in Ilia eni 
B^h Vtinder* In New 
to order and birul lo the mostaabaiao'llal 
BLANK BOOE.-»f.r all kWds. T'hi 


iploy one of t^e beet 
Rni 


(luality of Paper 

the manufacturer*, which enablaa t Im to fu^lUah 


glarwl JHo ^lop a re d \ 

very hee( 
aodbnngfctdlreetlo -i 
;h enablaa t Im to fur 
Blank Book* at the lowoat market price. 

Oi'l Hook*, Magazine*, I'amphloU, Mualo, ao.^, 
bennd prom plly and in the best style. 

*«* A complete aaaurtmeatof Blaa|hBo4ka^a«4f . 
In my own Bindery, will be eooalaotly on haa* 
au4 f^r aalo at reatoaahio pi ' 

septSSdtf 


ENGLISH SOTi l^AVl 

TnE roagh surface madalkYMn pa>e Ltna^|||Ma.. 
and small slie, ruled aod plala, with Tfaial 
1 opeeto mairh. ' T if^ > 

PKENCU NOTE PAPERS, w^erBaoa. kftoal '. 
Jiew pallerns, wllh Envelopes lo laateh. kavaola 
hy B. O. BAItOKANT, ^^ 

CItp Oovaramsat BoUdtagi. 


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< Frolt Store of S. D, 


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TMb Mftyor't addnM, wli«k «• iftid b«- 
fcr« e«r r f 4ft, ywrttrdsy, w« traM bM 
bMa eu^fully p«ruMd by til who r««l tn 
isUrMl it f>ii vcllAtra of Lowell It ii 
•oacwbat Icofftby, bat p«rb«pt not loo 
■•eb M to ihoroaghly diafcma iko vkrioua 
qwottioot takoo «p, cihI anch of it, bting 
wnmrbii nnM|iiiii'r"~T. oould not ««U 
bav* bocB pretaotad in ioaa ipaca. Wa 
flod is tbia papar Buch to approva and 
little or Dotbing wbieh provokea diacwaiioa. 
Wmi tba Mayor baa aaid io relijioD to 
tb« aloaa of tba reb«<llion, and tha part 
taken ID tba great airugile by all our ciii- 
■aoa — four tbouaand acTen bundrad aod 
aiity-tbraa of whoa, in one capacity and 
•notbwr, in all ranks, from privaU lo 
Major General, were in tba aarvioa — all 
will frwl apedal prida la aaaiog thoa plain- 
ly aod autboritatif ely pot upon tha reaord. 
Tb« Hitlory of oar city, .all tbrowgb tba 
rebellion, is aomething that avary loyal 
LiOiraU BUM will forevar ba proad to re- 
edi. 

Wa do not design to follow the address, 
•paaktoK on the various suhjaeta by it dls> 
eofsad, bai we desire lo csli atteritioQ to 
what is said io favor of a 8tata po- 
Uea — tlM paasaga of a law otaking tke po> 
liao of every city in our Commonwealth a 
Stala organisation. The lacU sUUd by 
the llayo^aa to the violations of law can* 
BOt b« oontrevarted, and it is aot great ar- 
gnnsent io favor of iba proposition. Wa 
ark not ready to tckoowledge that a law of 
this kind should ba made far one city— 
for Boeton a|oo« ; if it is required in Bos- 
ton it i« In Lowell, and in every oily in 
the State, for litston is morally no worse 
than LowelL Its population la larger, 
•od conaeqneaily we sa« more recorda 
and avidenoce of crime, in every form, 
ihirWi than !• cities of one quarter ita sise. 
The qocatioo of a Suta Polioe, therefore, 
wa tbiak (s wot|hy of tha serious deliber- 
ation of every well wisher of community, 
end we do not rrgret that tba Mayor ol 
Lowell is the first head of the municipal 
dcparineni e< any Massachuaetts city ^o 
•osaa OBi squarely in faver^f the measure 
which, eome what may, ia to be — must be 
thoroughly discussed aod squarely met. 

The Ma^r has gtvea a word favorjble 
to the vnter qoeetion, which we are glad 
lo aee, ai>d which we hope will be beed> 
•d ; bat he forgot to rpeak of our ball 'o- 
eommodktioos, which we regret. It is. 
however, apparent to all that something 
BBOst be done in this direction ; and soroe- 
thing alio, we have reasons for believiog 
can be done, without iavolving tba city in 
• larna es)/cndiiure of money. 

The finances of our city, la«t year, seem 
to have been msnaged with a good degree 
of success. Although there were Isrite 
aspen***, to «hi«h x« •b%t\ not ankin b« 

aebjected, thty were about >300,0u0 less 
than tba previous year, and, if no impor- 
test local eaterpriaes are undrrtaken tnis 
year, a still greater reduci ion viil b« made. 
This poriion of the Mayor's address is 
worthy of the careful examination of our 
dtfseas I and special' y will taxpayers b* 
iotereaud io it. The whole document is 
•Mitled lo deliberate aonsidcraiioa. 


EllA«ciraTioil. Tba aaaiveraary of tha 
act of emaacipaiioo waa celebrated yea* 
tarday by a meetinK io Tremonl Temple, 
Boston, at which Lewis Hayden presided. 
Rev. Dr. 'Kiik read the Script urea. Rev. 
Geo. if. Warrington clTrred pra\er, aod 
Mr. 8. B. Smith read the Proclamatioo of 
Emancipation, irsued by the late President 
Liaeola, Jan. 1. 1863 Resolutions were 
offered, recc^icin ^ the band of i«od in the 
great atrofgle, and thanking Gov. An- 
drew and our Senators bumoer and WiU 
•OB for their services in the work of abol* 
iahing slavery. Remirks were msde by 
lUv. Dr Kiik, Wm. Wells Brown, C. L. 
Bemood, Rev. J. D. Fulton, C. C. Cbffio, 
Wendell Philips and others. 

Wm. Weils Brown said that President 
Jobnaon rprung (rem (be poor whites ; he 
(the spesker) tpruog from Iberjob whites, 
and there was always enmity between them. 
lie did not anppose Mr. Johnson desired 
alavcry to cJtiat aa it did eight or nine 


t 




jeara ago, but feared be would not be 
willing to accord to the blaejt mao all the 
privileges of eitigansbip. "' 

Mr. Bemond referred to the petition 
occupied by the negro io Connecticut, 
where he waa diafrancbised to-day. Ia 
Boaton, too, the bUok man's character for 
boneaty atood higher among proalevary 
•en than with abolilionista. Why it waa 
ae he aoeld not any, hot it was a aiagiUar 
fact. 

In the ewening, Mr. CofBa aaid that an 
eflcer«f the army, oecnpying a hiitb poai* 
tiea, on ratoming from a tour of iospec- 
tioe at the Souib, was aaked how much 
loyalty to the goveraBsent he had found. 
"Aa much Christianity aa there is ia ball." 
' ..• waatherepl^ ^ 

Mr. Pbillipa, aa ■sual. waa bitter and 

UBapskring io bis inveolives. He aaid that 
tba poisoB of the preseat day ia not that 
Carolina baltevea in- a ayatem of 
laory labor, bat thai the Boston 
,se far aa it appaara, advocate 
Evea the giant of Plymouth 
, Brooklyn^ hat bowed to the inHn- 
at work, aod urgea the speedy re- 
adasiaaioa of the Bout hem Btatea. 

Jt is the principle of the law of natioaa 
that tha eonqoerers tbould bold the gov- 
ernaaawt of the conquered until the quee. 
liens raiaed by the war thould ba teiiled. 
Beutk Carolina owea to the Union a debt 
of three ihou*and mitiioBS and a half of 
■owe) aad a halt a million if lives, and 
tMa debt means, the doors of t|>e Union 
closed and double lockrd until the ques-. 
•iwae at iaa«a aball ba aetiled by the eon- 
qAerors. How were we to deal with tbe 
pwopie of the South f Follow them aa 
Great foilowed L«^. He would not aaoi- 
hilaie them, but lank tbeot — ba propoaed 
le" flight it oat on that line," if it look a 
fMeraiioa. 

■ — *. ■ 

. Ov the Mtb alt., a beat wee upael aear 

Oipphef j lalea. Me , aad Capt B. a Oil 

,lef , of tbe place named, aod Mia% AaguMa 

■laeeoa, of Bockaport, were drowaed. 

Two prneas on board the heat eaeapad. 



LBTTER irROM CHARLESTON. 

OBABumvoif, B, O., DeeemlMr 31*1. list. • 
Tour Northara papers (soma of them 
at leaat) prelead to know more than we, 
deoiseaa ef this city of destruation, about 
our aflsirs. And from their Intimate ac- 
quaiataaoa with our affairs, they first 
lay tba egg of doubt, and then batch the 
finest stories, all for the purpose of show 
ing tbe Paradise-loat our poor, sfflicied, 
benevoleat and pains taking aristoorscy 
have sustaintd. On tbe one band, they 
eoaaols themselves with the refleelioa tbst 
owing to the present ststu of Ihiogi, the 
'- niggers " must all die out, aod then they 
show that they are the laboring element, 
and without them ibt lands which the 
Quvernment baa returned to the former 
rebel owners canno^i be cultivated; Ooe 
editor solves the difficulty by showing ibst 
white iabor-Ts, Irish and German, csn be 
got to, the Sooth at from tl2 to tl6 a 
month. Ton know that no white laborer 
can be induced to eome here for sueb 
wages, when he can get nearly double the 
remuneration at tbe North, with all the 
accompanimenta of civiliiatioo, not pro- 
curable here, aor likely to be for aome 
time to come. 

Ia fact, our frienda who lay, ** they 
are reconciled to the tituation," at-e doing 
all they can, fiatocially and politically, to 
consummate their own ruin. Their only 
wealth can originate from tbeUnd. They 
mast either work it themselves; or atll it 
to Northern farmers. In either Cise tbe 
eullivation of tbe land must depend on 
thefreedmen, and yet they are so insane 
as to cootrivo stories, illuttratinj; the in- 
capacity of tbe negro, bis dishooctly, bis 
latiness aod iosubordinstion tod unruly 
cooduot every way ; not noticing that no 
aane man, believing the accounts in tba 
Cbarleaton papers, would risk a dollar 
here in the purchase of real eat ale. At 
tbe aame time they went Northern brains 
and capital, and without them tbey will 
cut a very eorry fissure. 

It is a trite aaying that truth Is stranger 
than fiction. Exemplificationa of this 
are rife here. I could furnish msny as*d 
tale of alave iifi, more thrilling than any- 
thing 1 have read in tlie works of the 
standard noveli»ts. On tbe whole, things 
are quiet here { no cause for excitement 
to speak of. Geo. Si' kles hat superseded 
Geo. Gilmore and ** nothing caught hre." 
Gen. Saxiwn pursues the even tenor of bit 
way, doing justly, loving mercy, and wslk- 
ing as humbly aa a man can, that wears a 
eoepis uf stars on each shoulder. 

Tbe legislature |s bestowing all tbe care 
they can on tbe " Nigger," special leyis 
lation being the order of the day Civil 
authority being re sstabli»hed in tbe city, 
we now have ita evidence in tbe presence 
of a few old Iriibmen on <be Kreeit di- 
verting themselvet with thovelt, under 
tbe hallucination thai Ibey are mending 
ihe highway*. Now and then. % weli- 
dretted man, about at uld at they are, 
comet and lookt at them with ureal satit- 
faction. 1 tuppote him to be tireel in 
ipector. Well, the whole torfi are gond 
for nothing elte. Our ideas here are Ihai 
an old white man of Irom sixty to eighty 
eso do mote than a stout young bisck i f 
thirty. 

Among our visitors here bsve beeo 
Gen. Grant, but he comes and goes and 
leaves no sign. Perhaps the world never 
saw a more modest hero. All the other 
great men bav« been scmething osienit- 
tiout ; not so Ulyttei. The Union League 
did bim all tbe honurt, and with good 
reaeon ; be wat lh«^ Rod of God to free 
them Irons boifdage ; for almost all^ the 
Hrotherhood were sit vea till the advance 
of the Union troops on Cbsriesion. 

Wa have had another quiet, unassum- 
ing gentleman to visit us, a townsmao of 
yours, (God bless bis handsome face,) I 
mean Chsriee Cowley, Esq , formerly 
Judge- Advocate aboa rd Ibe F lag ship 
here. A sorted gross or two of snob men 
would set up such a place as this. But 
as he disposed of his plsntation while 
here, I suppose be has abandoned the idea 
of oomiog here to reside. i. M. M. 

R. H. EuDT, £s« , of Boston, has well 
famed tbe title of the " honest and up- 
right Pateot .Solicitor," now universsliy 
given him. Possessing more years of ex- 
perienee ia bis profession, end having 

f procured more patenia than any other so- 
icitor now living, he ia preeminently 
qualified to aid tboa^ who may de»ire to 
obtain patenta, or to ba advised in respect 
to the laws in relatioo to them. His pow- 
trs of analysis of mechsnism, and bit quick 
pereeptioo oi its novel cbarscteri<iiics are 
such, that on the claims of specifications 
prepared • by biai there is little or no 
abaoee for an infringer lo evade the pa- 
tenta. For thirty yeara or mori* be has 
devoted his eaiire time arid energiea to 
perfeot himself in this department, and 
ibera la no man equally comprtent to give 
advice to inveatort touching tbe validity 
of claims and the patentability of iavwo- 
tions. In prosecuting claims denied upon 
imperfectly preparad spccificalioos, ha hss 
been particularly succeaelut a large part 
of bis practice being appeala in eases 
where patents have been refused two and 
three limes in consequence of iuexperience 
and incompeieucy in preparing papers. 
We eonfldently recommend Mr. Eddy lo 
all wbo are ia want of any information 
on the sul jeet, and can assure them that 
implicit reliance may be placed on any 
atatemrata be may make. 


STkPMAN OM COMrUUOBT LaBuB. A 
good story ie told of Gen. Slodman, now" 
In ooamaiMl of tbe Dapartmeot of Gaor- 

A railroad contractor came to him one 
dav and atked for a oiilitary force to oom* 
pel the negroes to work in repsiriag tke 
lin^ from Savannah to Augusta. "They 
won't veork," he aaid. '* How much do 
you pay ih^ P " aaked the General, who 
has been a railroad aod canal contractor 
Irom bis bovhoud np, "Ten dollars." 
** The deuce ! " said Stadman ; *• you go 
and give '«m thirty, aod see whether 
they'll work tXtn. I never gave a man' 
less than 87 1-2 cents a day in my life. I 
think 1 could Ktt a brigade at that price 
here. You go and try it." He went. 

It baa always been our opinion that the 
unwillingness of the Southern blacks to 
work, (conoerning which their late owners 
consplain so much) ariset Irom the pur- 
pose of their employert lo pay them little 
or nothing. Tb-'y have bad no induce- 
ment to work. Tbe colored people in tbe 
Northern States are as industrious as any 
other class, and we have not seen It shown 
that where, at the South, Ibay are well 
treated and dealt by fairly, tbey have 
not exhibited the cbsracteristics of an in- 
dustrious and honest people. 01 course 
there arh some bad ones amoifg them, but 
there are not more, we venture to say, 
than among tbe white people here at the 
North, where wa claim to ba in morals a 
little in advance of tbe rest of ths world. 


Conflict or AtrrnuRirr. A letter from 
Knoxvllle, Tenn., December 29ih, to the 
Cintinnali Commercial, says that several 
moDlha ago a party of soldiers, under or- 
ders killed the guerrilla, Tbornhlll. These 
men were tried, scquiiled and discharged 
by a court martisl, under an act of Con- 
greu. Tbey have aince been tadicted be- 
fore Judge Swan, in th» Circuit Court, in 
/efTerson Couoty, for tha same offence, 
and by bin remanded to priaon. Gen. 
Thomaa ordered ibeir release. Tbe order 
was disregarded, and the force sent to rs- 
Hasethe prisoners captured by tbe Sheriff 
with pone eomitatui, and imprjtoned. — 
Gen. Sioneman hat sent two hundred men 
under officers to releate the priaoners and 
arrcat all wbo restated Gen. Thomas'a or- 
der. This will include the Judge, Sheriff, 
and many cilisens. Tbe military have 
taken possession of Dsndrige, and will 
remain until all trouble enda.'* 


A BTROKO AHGD11E.VT IN FAVOR OF TA<- 
ino A FAPia. We do not remember when 
we have seen the rqatl of the following. 
It is quite a " knock down argument " in 
favor of sopporliniv the press. Resd Ibe 
experience of two oeighbort :— 

I knnw two frt^ndt m ni»r tHke 

At eVr >oii «iw twu rt<ini|it. 
Aud ■!'• |>h'eoulo(;lKt cuu d tell 

a dilT'-reiiCe in llieir l>uni|«. 
Ooe U>' k til" |iapiT,, kdiI lilt Dlk 

Wan hapiilrr ilimn ■ kl g I ; 
Ultcliil r. II til coll I (i f'-iid aid wilts 

Aud tallror luvB mod ihingt. 

Tkei'lher tmik nn fMpen. i>iid . 

W liilM tt:ul Idk li>ruu|{*i > wood 
A Xrv- frii duWH uiwii kit* er' wm 

At>d tiiirt lilm, H* It iliKiild. 
litd he b-a-ii r-B>linx up lie utwa, 

Jiiti Ilk*- III* iiFigii'«>r Ji 11, 
I'll l«-t • ' ln*« this •ccidciit 

Would Dwi liiive b. vieiiol hln. 


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B R E V 1 i 1 IS a . 
■ae tkird reie lar Lacataa,_4il_ 


A PoBTOOCBBB Soldier enlihed at Portt-> 

mouth, N. U., over two years ago, got 

f 50U bounty, and was sent to C jicord. 

He hardly understood a word of English, 

but he made a good soldier. He hid bis 

money la the bsrracka there and was sent 

to ib« field. He was lately discharged, 

but did not know where he enrtted or 

where be wsa encamped. Among other 

aiisfnrionea be lust bis discharge ptpnrs. 

A friead feand oat tbe faots in the eaae 

and look tbe fellow op to Ootioord, and ba 

found his fftOO just where be bid it ia 

1863. He bad never receive'l any pay 

for bis services, and that alao hat been sa- 

cered to tola. Be saya tha Botton Jour- 

waf . , 


Jamu Vsasii, of Baogor, went to a 
wake, a few oigbla sinea, got drunk, and 
whan on his way home, walked off a 
wbarf. and falling apoa tbe ioe, was kill- 
ad. Don't drink rum, gin or brandy. 

Thb Cbleagoans do everything io their 
Una of husiness on an extsnsivo scsle — 
Tha Union Cattle Yards contain an a>ea 
of eighty-five acres, planked and paved 
with Nicholson psvemen(. Over twenty 
million feet of lumbtr have been used in 
oonslruoling tbe ytrds. Each railrotd has 
its own yard, corn crib, bsrn, ete. The 
hotel connected with the vast eitatlisbment 
oontaint 320 roomi. 

Thb Btiard of Bank Coiemittloners In 
Ibis State, expires with ths preient year 
by the operation of tha law adopted by 
tbe last Legislature. Every bank in tbe 
Siste, with tbe exception of tha North 
Rridgewater, it. now ■ national instifu- 
lion. 

A ilfow' STORM fell in a ball room In 
Russia The room was intensely hot and 
oppressive, when the upper part of a win- 
dow wat opened. A cold gust of wind 
blew suddenly in through tbe open win- 
dow, and the' bested air which was con 
gregatcd in the upper part of the room 
became instantly condensed, and descend* 
ded upon the Asieiuhied party ia the form 
ol soow flakes. Probably there never wat 
seen so curious a sight in a ball room. — 
Ladiea and gentlemen in ball tuiletiea, in 
the midst of a dance, aod snow lUkes 
descending, snd w»rs it not for the incon- 
gruity of tbfl attire, mure like a skating 

Ih the Iowa of Riodge, N. H., reside 
Mr. and Mra. Joseph Weiberbee — tba 
former 82 years old and the latter 71, still 
live in the same bouse where tbey com- 
menced their married life sixty yssrs ago. 

It is announced that Rev. A. L Stone, 
D. D., uf Boston, has aocepied an invita- 
tion to take charge of a wealthy chut-ch in 
Ctliforoia. The people of Park Stredt 
Church are somewhat sgitstad in come- 
quence of this step on the part of their 
popuUr shepherd. 

Thomas NoRTU.<ri Esa , a very promi- 
nent and respeeiable ciili«B of Ports- 
mouth. N. H.. wfauae o^dipation was that 
of an architect, constructor, and builder, 
wsi killed on Thuraday of last week, by a 


Blankets I 

Blankets II 

IMf ELANKm 

This day Tsaslved direct fross aovemasnt Salt, 

At 93.00 each. . 

—ALSO— . 

1200 AM Lli\K.\ SEBKTS, 

At ll.SO each. 


200 iwm covKas, 

At I'd .00 eftOA. 

THESE ARE D.\UOAINS AND WOBTUT OF 
^^ ATrKKTION I 

THE HOLIDAYS 

ARE NBAK, 

.« 
And onr stock of ' . 

X . ■ ■ 

Uhoice Dress Goods 

hat attraetloDs for 

. Puix}h»BerB of Oifta. 

99' We wm seR tt LOWEST CASH PRICES. 


HABTSHORK, UALL & WOODS, 

OABI.JBTON BI.OUK, 

138 Menimack Street. 

_^s eIS dfc(|f 

NOT EXHAUSTED YET! 

NolwithtUndlng to nianjr ware mmde hsppy b/ 
receiving Ubrialinnt Uifu iroa) tbt cboios assort* 
meat of FANCY (iOOUa u 

KdOWIiSS BBUB*. 
114 MEKRInACK BTREeT* 

they still bsvs en hand and Intend to keep the best 
■asorimeot of 

FANCY ARTICLES 

thst can bo found in I.nwell or Tielnltjr, cooslst- 
in( of 

Blefsnt Writinf Desks, Work Boxes, Albums, 
rorlfultoi, I'urlemoiinlca, Kani, l>|>rra Olassss, 
Kaiicy Ooinbi, L.adi(is' Compaiilnnc, Indies' and 
.iriits' Dresalng Cuava. Haiidkcrehkf and Olovo 
Boies, CrIbbaKe and Checker Boards, Cheas men 
and Ihimlnoes. Watch and Cigar HUnds, Pockst 
Cutlery, Card Cases, wlih a doe ass< rtossut of 

Sootoh Plaid Goods, 

, ,, - » . . I. . Umbrellas, Oents' Canes. Trunks, Valises and 

lall Irom a root Wl^icn be was cementing. ' Carptt Bn«s of their own manufaeturs, and ths 

very best a*tor mrnt of Ladies' Turkey Morocco 
Travslllug Bsfs, etc., stc. 


He lived about two boura in great agony. 
A HOTEL is lo ba erected on Diamond 


We also wish th*rpublle to rsmember that if 
they would hare the LATKHT 


Th a .^Jf an /a ^Cra ) InleUigeucer sajs : 
', There is Lie, Jackson, Johnston, and 
Uoaurrgard, and Longstreet, Forrest, 
Stewart, and Morgan, and other ' imiiior 
isl names that were not bnm to die,' and 
in bis heart of hearts the Southerner will 
tiberiab them, and his cheek glow with 
pride at their mention." 

This, we suppose, is a apeeimen ol 
Southern loyally and attachment to the 
reconstructed Union. We are perfectly 
willing 10 givo to the South all its righis, 
and among those tbe right to grutnble, 
but lo men who cQoiplain in tbe strain 
quoted above, we would never open tbe 
doors of Congress. 

To BK BEPKATKD. Tho admirable con 
cert and fcKhibilion by the pupils of the 
Mann School, given one evening Isst 
w eeh, l a to h e r ep e a t e d , at- -Mt 
Hall, on Thursday evening neat. Tbe 
prograinrte embraces an admirable varie> 
ty. and if executed with Ibe same skill and 
good' taste as on a former occasion, (snd 
we have no doubt it will be), those who 
attend will surely ba most aalisfsotorily 
enteitaioeih^ "|'~ ' ~"' *" 

A HEW wooD*TAiiD. Mr. Paul Perkins, 
who established a wood-yard, some wesks 
ago, on Merrimack, between Suffolk and 
Race Streets, has selected a new position 
and started again. He has leased the va- 
cant lot on the aoutb aide of Middlestuc 
Street, near CeLtrsI, and baa made all 
tbe necessary preparations for dealing ad- 
vantageously in hard and soft wood. His 
personal friends and the public are invit- 
ed lo remember these facts, and govern 
shemselvas according to tbe light here 
imparted. 

FaEEwiLL .BaPTin risTiTsL. There 
was a good aitendaooe last evening at the 
Freewill Baptist vestry on tbe occasion of 
the New Year's party. The eveiiiug was 
occupied with si niflng, spesking, pr <me,- 
neding, tte. Among the singers were s«v- 
•rsl ladies and gentlemen, real represen- 
tativea of tbe " Old Fulka," and tbey 
favored the company' with aome of the 
aongs in vogue when Ihe present oenlury 
wss in its teens. One lady of four score 
yeara or thereabouts was quite happy and 
jooose, and was the belle of the evening 
Kefresbments were served io abundance 
and tha wbolS occasion was an enjoyable 
one. 

BccKLBT'a MiNHTKELs.^ This eobspany 
had agood house at Huntington Hall laat 
evening, and acquitted tl'emai>lveB to the 
aatisfaeiion of all. Buckley always give 
good concerts and is cerlsin lo draw in 
Lowell. 


Island in Like WinnenissMwa (n aeaann ""' «">"'<» haes tha LATKHT 6TYLK8 and 
isisnu, in usae vtinnepisseog>'e. in season Blf.-jl'«iUALlilKH of Ladies', aeuis' aud Chtld- 

for accommoiiaiing gueats next summer. • '*'>'■ 

A New York j'jstiee ol Ihe pesce hss Boots, Shods and Bubbers, 
been sentenced to thirty ds)s in the pen- they can always find them at 
itent.sry, for selling liquor Jn the aame ^^. „^ Merr.mack Street. 

building in which ba held court. 

with their stock can be found tbe CO n man's 

JUCGE BUSTEED. of Alahtma. hss pro- warranied ..Doou and bbdes. All of which they 

J . , _. , , sell al ths 

nounced the act of Congress of January, 

1865. presenting a testoaih tor atlornays, 

unconstitutional. But — •/udfte Busteed 

he bloved. Whst does he know about 

constilutionsi law more than otbsr people 

who are looked op to in auob mstturs 1 

A BKIDOK b'tween New York and 
Brooklyn is seriously contemplated. It 
t« proponed to build It of iron, to span ihe "?•!'*<> •» •»>"" no"c« 


LOWEST MARKET PRICES. 
LADIES! 

Wa «Uk te call your alUntlon to our stock of 

U.IH WOBK, 

which Include*. Bark Bands, Wigs, Front rieeaa. 

Coil Uau, Wau-r fall Cushions, lUU aad Uiof 

Pulb, etc., ste. 

P. 8.— Trunks, Valises, Umbrellas and Parasola 


river from Chsthsm Square In tbe point 
where Fulton Street, Brooklyn, is inter* 
sected by Clinton, a distance of three* 
qiarters of a mile, aod to carry it 100 feet 
above high water. • 

BaiOHAM YuUKO hss haried 28 wives, 
hut he IS not much of a widower for be 
has 185 surviving "better halves " 

Klv Db. HfcLLOWs says the rate ofns* 
live born soldiesi, enlisted in the war, was 
eifihly per cent of Ihe whole. On tbe 
other band, the per ceptsge of dissbled 
men, demanding or requiring asylum, Is 
ninety per cent of it of foreign birth. 

Tub. wster«drinkera of Chicago meet 
with very litt'.e encouragement to practice 
temperance. }^) unit of little flshei in- 
w^ater-pij>es, sod tbe other dsy lbs 
fingers of a mtn's hsnd came out of a by* 
drant. 

John Minor Botts is opposed to ibe 
admission of any man into Congress wbo 
bad any part in the rebellion. 

SoMK of the London papera bint that 
Stephens, the recognised bead of Ihe Fen- 
Ian Brotherhood in Ireland, most bsve be* 
Irayed Ills followeiito Ihe British, must 
have been paid for doing so, and allowed 
to ascs|>e. Uis escape was mysterioits, 
and this is the manner in which it is ao- 
C'uotcd for. .There is no certairfty about 
tbe matter, although tba history of Irish 
gentlemen does not preclude the poaaibili- 
ty of a betrayal of Ibe cause by one of 
ibeir number. 

MinibtebClat writes from 8t. Peters, 
burg, thst the Russian cattle plague is 
fesrful,— cattle dying hy hondridf, and 
sheep by thousands. Nolhiog is done lo 
avert it, aa the superstitious vlllsgers think 
Ihkt would be a sin. 


m 


JDEAPNESa 

With •very Disease wbloh Ihp 
ffssts tbt Human Bodj. 

T>KAFNE8R,J\'(>((i« <a Ihn ilfaH, IHtcKarmmfttm 
the Knr, lalanh, StHTulgi4i, KhmmutUm ,A$th 


l^ilY GOOD:^ 


AT 


KKYBS |r TlCKKr^, 


ma, Scrorula, ( omum/ftUm, BroitrhUil AffrctUmi, 

Dwvfpiia,iintrirurmtia,,/tht Liver, tHimtt-ivrr'"*^'** BlocU, 134 Merriasok IW 

'*' *"<."<*«, romUfMlion. Grard, filf,, I'tirnl^- ' 


$it, Willi Mil and rvi-rv dUcaae which iufests the 
human body, cured clTvrtuully by', 

Mra. n. U. UitOWBr^S 

NKTAPIYSICAL DISCOVKBY ! 

PBIOB $4.00. 

iSlO Arch street, I'hilsdelphia, 
18 IViiiberioii tj.inrf, llimion, 
.. . ^- " ""'"^ street. New York. (Af 
ter If ay I, No. »1 Bund St., two doors irom Bow- 


ery.) 



From n Mfs of study, obaerva 
tlon.and eiperlence, and years 


thousands of diseased men, w« 
men and children, I hsva Justly 
come to Ihe runclualon thai ey- 
rry family In the land, who with 


BABQAJNS IN OBY O0OD8. 

M ps. Black ALPAOCAS„ 60 cU. to |3.00. • 
lOOps.CoI'd • " 60 CU. worth 7». 

HP pa * "Sne, T^ei«. 

100 ps. PLAID POPLINS, Tic, worth »3.. 
^ 60 pa. TUIBKTS, all shados. ^ 

n ps.ALL WOOL POPLiNS. •. ' '• 


too ps. KtlUUNINU 0001>8, Bt>« qnalltf. 

DALMOUAL bKIKTH, a full aaMirtmsiit. 

"/irJilnL^J.^lVPil'"''"'' H"'' '^'^^^^'^'^S •""» 'J-ANNKLS lo svery earietr. 

" Mvlsphyslcal Dmcovery' on _^^ 

CLOAK.! CLuAKSl CLOAMSI 

READYMADS AND MADE TO ORDEH. 
Ws employ an esperteneed cutter, and asaks te 
order any styls desired. 

MANHrACTeav, 

Rcom tio, 11 C'urletoa. *'loek, 

octST MERRIMACK 8TKKBT. 


to tfi-l rid ufdUeasu and krrp It 
al hny, must have my Metaphy- 
•leal Discovery always on hand. It Is a certain 


preventive agalhst dUcase. It also treats and de- 
•troys the cauae of dUraae, conaequeutly theel- 
fects diu, beidnnliig with Dcafncsa, Cntarrh.Rheu- 
mntlsm, NournlKia, with every dlsS^ao man, wo- 
man or child la lieir lo. 

It is lliu only safetruard afalnat Cholera. It 
cleansvs evi^y aewer of thu human body, hardens 
the flcnh, anil purlflea the bluud. In conarqueiica 
of the above farts, I have thia day reduced the 
price, vn as to lesve no barrier In Uis*^~way of tha 
diseased. 

'I'lie (lackafe ronalala ot thres bottles, one used 
for the Kyea, one for tho Kara, and one for tlie 
Hrnlp. 'I'lK-ie th 
Int 
rout 
the hv'iid. 

My Mi'laphyilral DUcoverv is packed In a neat 
wooden caae, and will be drapnu-hed to any p«rt 
of the world Till receipt of the price, which will be, 
from this 2:'ilh day uf Novi-mbcr, auld at $4.UU p«r 
packatcv. or thrre packaKcn, $IU.OO. 

Celebrated Poor Richard's Kye Water. Large 
sUe, $1 per bottle, or six bottles for f 6. HmMI stca 


TRADFKK' «N|i ;fef;H'«iri(' '* 

INSURANCE COmPANT. 


DinacTOBS : 


C. B. COBITRN, 
L. O. HOWE, 


D. 8. RIcnARDSOK, 
■DWAUn TL'CK, 


nip. I hi-se three work In conjunction, pasuliis I THOMAS NKSMITH, I.KVI HI'RAOITK . 

othe^st.-m by ab.orpilon,lhu» klllOnlhevery U. lIOMirORI), ISAAC fLACK 

at of the disease, which Is In a speriflc locality la B. W. UXXVKNE Y, B. F. HIIBUMAk . " 


Cash Assets, 
IMMtaal Uepartiaeatf 
Stocli Deparimentf 


gL-SS 080.18 

• eo.oea ta 

• 98,086 43 


In the MirruAL, Dwelllnics, Fnrniture aad Faras 
-..^, ». ,.»..,„...„, v.. ... ™..... ,ur y». o.nm .m Property are insured. Policy holders share iothe 
60 cents. 8o Ip Renovator fl, or alz boltlea for prollia 

?!!:. _!'!'.* "'•'"*'""'• *■" ••• »*"»'''«<l through your i„ the Stock, the same kinds of Properly, alaa 

Rtorea, Merchandise and other property notsatra 


drugflals. 

Care ofCatarrli, Aathnn, dec. 


baznrdoun are tHken. 

The Compuny has suadlly gained In caah asssta 
and In the Amount of dividend returned mutual . 
Mas. Cheevbb, resldlne at Ko. M Allen street, policy holders dnrlnv the laat ten yesrs. Ownera 
Boston, saya: "I have bean 'roubled for four 1 "' P''"P<*rty In Lowell and vicinity are Invited !• 


Jnly IS, 1804 
M Allen stre 

- — .-ubied for fo_. .... 

years with sore throai. For two years I auflered apply al ihia Home OllJce, where Insurance can bw 


1 yei . 

rith calurrh and Krent dizilncas In my head, al- effected with the least trouble, and ths f reaUst se- 

most cnuiiiiK me to fall. I suirm-d greatly with curity and economy. So pulicjfora»tignm€Ht/$m 

■ ■■ tvtr chnrytd at ofict. 


aalhmn, ll being hereditary In tbe fninliy. I wi 
diseased all over. I could not go where there was 
siiy dust. I had great nalns In my head mid neck. 
I have KulTcrcd much with cold fg^-t. The bones In 
my neck were drawn out of place wllh Ihe asth 
npa, and my thmal looked lllie raw beef. After 


applyixR lo various physicians and obtalng no re- 
Ifef, I Unallv applied to Mra. M. G Brown, by 
whnio medlcliieS I have been so much benefltleil 


KNOWL.B8 DRU8, 

No. 114 Merrimack Street. 

Lowell, Jan. I, IS6«. )anld1y 

FOUKTH VISIT. 

Dr. H. A. OAKS, 

OF ALBANY, N. Y., 
Will moke his fourth visit at Lowell, at tha 

AMERICAN HOUSS, 

MO.^DAV, Jaaaary 3M, 

TUeSDAY, Jaweary 8M. 

If. B.— All letters of Inquiry ihast be addressed 
M U. A. 0AK8, M. D., 
novCTdtf Boi S7T .\lbany, W. Y. 

WANTi!;D, 

A HOUSEMAID and a Nurse Maid atSS Duttoa 
Hlreet, corner of llnnument Hiiuari. 
Lowell, Nov. 28lb. 1«U. novSldtf 

READ! 


that I a» now like another woman. Formerly the 
leaat eiposure vavr me cold : I could not go lo the 
door with my hesd uncovered without an alUtck 
of the aelhma. My anthma Is now entirely gone. 
My catarrh haa wholly disappeared. I felt Weak 
and languid for many years, so that I waa a bur- 
den lo myself. 1'he coldneai of my feci haa dis- 
appeared, and I feel a general circulation through 
mv enlire syatem, causing mo to be, lu formerly, 
full of strength and vivacity, and can attend to 
household duties as well aa ever I did in my life." 
For aale by F. ft E. BAILEY, suceeasors to 8. 
Kidder, Jr. ft Co., cor. Merrimack snd Johnsts; 
C. H. KIMBALL, Wyraan's Exchangs; F. H. 
BUTLER Sc CO., cor. Central and Jacksoji sireeU, 
and all DruggUts. sp dectodlcfiy 

HUNNEWELL'3 

TOLV I "^^ stUrapt to ennme- 

^ '|^^^a^_r lUKi rate the manifold reaults 
A iw f f IP 1 ie r<. |of IbG Anodyne In caaca of 

\'nirnlgiii, Otnit, nhrttmntitm, ServOHi IlfndorJU, 
Titolh and Knr-achf, Spinal Comiilft%ftM, SI. I'Utu 
Danbe, Hytteriu, S'ervmiM I'Xbitily, J.ott of Sleep, 
Scintirn, I'ainn in Menttnuition, and the moat re- 
liable testimonials In my possesaion, to which all 
are Invited to Innpect, would eihauat time and pa- 
tience, and which a confldence to test will perfect- 
ly JusUfy. 

amtii.ha, 

Now declared pnrely a nerrtns complaint. Is psr- 
fectly relieved in moat violent atlavKs With doses 
of S3 to 40 drops each hsif hour. Kellaf and aleap 
will follow the second, or third dose. 

••* Bold by all Wholesale aod Retail Dealers Id 
Medicine. 

Joba Is. Hunnewell, Proprietor, 

Practical Chemist, 

Veataiere'al Wkarf, Bestea. 


dccl 


[3] 


dltlnv 


READ!! 
RBADMI 

Hasheesh Candy 1 


ThU greai- 


UIA. Ams ASBOTT, of Dexter, Iff., 
who died oa tbe 24ih, vsMone of ibe Arsi 
eetilera of the town, and one of the earliest 
woolea ■aaufaelurers of the Sute. 


BsPTliM. Twelve persona were bap- 
tised in tha First Baptist Church laat 
Sunday, nine of wbcns were women or 
giria, and three men or youths. t 

— — - — 7f 

VoncB. Boarding uistreas wanted, to 
lake and furnish eight rooms, and aecoos- 
m^^ate bpm 12 to 16 boardera froes a (ae- 
lory at Wbipple'a Milla, in Ibis eity. Ap- 
plication te be made aC Faulkeer'a Mill. 

Iwjanl 


The CAtE OF Skmmes Tbe iTos^oa 
TrfBtUir thus statetLka OBseof ths pirate 
Semmestl. 4^'/L.?/,,/ ... ^ 

"(Jovernment says he was our prisoner 
when tbe^Krarsarge imsshed bis ship, and 
he snrrendered ; but that he eaosped im- 
properly, and, without having been ai- 
tbsngetJ, engsged in hostilities aKsinst the 
United Sistes. To which Ilaphsel 8. rs- 
plies that he was included in the surrend- 
er of Gen Johnson's army lo Gen Sher- 
man, aod is entitled to tha benefit of tbe 
terms of capitulation then and there agreed 
to. This IS a Pre-Rsph«tite answer, and 
hardly will satisfy a court martial. Why 
doesn't he apply to En^tlsnd for protec- 
tion P She protected him il egally in 1864, 
and kbe miKht be induced lu do him an- 
other good (urn in 1866. in return for tha 
valoahle aid he rendered to her shipping 
interns! by making vigorous war on ours. 
Bui b«'s down. Slid therefore he'll ^od nc 
Irieiidain Urest Uriisin " '- ' - 


ORIENTAL. MEDICINE 

Is now oifcrsd to the people of the Uulted Ststea 
In full confldsncs that It Is soon to be the ONLY, 
aa we now know il to be ths BEST medicine sss4 

TO CUBB 

ITerTousness, 
l?euralgla, 
Asthmsi 
Bhaumatism, 
General Debilitj, 
Dyspepsia. 
„, Heatlaohes 


\ 


and all kindred eom^lalnls. 

TRY IT, AND BE COVVlVCjaf. 
Intported and prej>are4.^lcly by the '' 

SYLVAN uni«NT COMPANY, 

lAl WASHINOTOIf STREET, (eppostU the Old 
Beuth Church,} BOSTON. 

For sate by all Druggists. 


in. L. & IV. v. 1¥ARO, 

DENTISTS, 

• and e Bavlaas Baak Balldlwc 

Intrndrtewl Vnleaalsed Robber In IBAt. Bets al 
Feeth msde by thsm at that lime have beaa worn 
■onslsDtly sIbos with grsat saUsioeii-n, and the Tul- 
»Dlu Is nnlnnalrsd, lu durability h vlng been oo«- 
Irmad. Ws havs used It ths pressat yesi lu mors 
hao oDo hundred osasa, and cau now reoommsDd It 
elth loll cnnMeooe. 

Wu sre saUsBrd that there are hot few persons 
«earlnR full fets of Teeth on Metalle Plates, howsvsr 
ailsfacViry thsy may be, whoss comfort would aoi 
irumoled wlih a set on ihs Vuloanlta. 

MT As our rscllltles are not ezoelled, we Innlsb 
Teeth at vsry modsrste prioss, and persons of limited 
neaim may obuin then on terms that will be sails- 
sftory. 

Tselh Rzlraetsd withoal pala with Laughing Oas 
>r Nitrous Osyde. 

Lowell. October t.isaa. eoltdtf 


0;flcc— %• BT l>M«raI Bl'eet, Lewil. 

C. B. COBUKM. Prea't. 
X. r. RHXRMAN, See. 

Bpringflald Piie and Marina Ina, 

Co, 
BlasSascit Ins. Oo., 
Morris lus. Co., 
State Life Ins Oo. 

K. F. SHERMAl^. Agent. 
Insurance will b« efferled to any desired amoaaS 


on ordinary or special hasards. 
Lowsll. July 10, lasi. 


Ifisnf 


LOWBL.!. 

MUTUAL FIRE INS. COMPANY 

Incorporated 1833. 
iLL aiBKB OOMriNBD TO TUB OITT OV U>W 

. BLU 

Ofllaa (MaaaarU Blach) SB Gaalral Slrees. 


J. 0. Abhosi, 
Jona. Tyler, 
Dansom Heed. 
A. K. Brown. 
John Nesmlth, 
Oes. KlsveDS. 


Wm. I. LivlDgston, 
Wm. F Braasr, 


aiaaeeaas: 

Wm. H. Wtggta. 
Abrans rrsaek, 
i. E. Psllows. 
AMaa B. Bsttrlsk. 
Josloh B. Ilrwa, 
Cbas. A. Htotu 


Jaoob RobhiDs, 
B. B. Patch. 
J. K. riLLOWB, Praaldeal. 
JAMES COOK, Secretary. 

This CoBspany ooaUnaes to taenra the saftr alaaa 
af I roperty in the city of Lowell oely By so detaft 
ihsy have no Aaeeta lo pay, ao travailing eipeaeaSk 
to posto^re, therefore no rloks taken t>y Ageelo, bat 

i: under the porsonal InspeeUoii and opprorsl ol tlM 
Otmetors. Should losses onenr, ihsj are withia tba 
(Duwledge of every msnlTter of tbe OoBpanr. 
iBsniaaseeSheted la Ulhead Staefcaadaad lt». 

ooi Plre iDsuraDSa Csd|woIss. 

sbMdit so j*MaaoooK.i 


BBI.IISF in TUM M.XM UTX8. 
BRYAN'S 

PULMONIC WAFKI8. 


BaTUHBLOR'S HAIB DYB ! 

The Original and Best In the World I Ths only 
true and perfect Hair Dye. Harmless, RellabI 
and Inslantnnsous. I'roduces immediately asplei^ 
did Black or natural Brown, without Injuring ths 
hair or skin. Remedies the III effects of bad dyes. 
Sold by sll DrugglsU. Ths genuine is signed Wll 
llsm A. Batehelor. Also, 

RKOEXKRATINO EXTRACT OF MILLK 
FLEUR8. 
for Restoring and Beautifying the Hair. 
OUARLES BATCUULOR, Nbw Yobr. 
aoflT P d'Sfly 


J. ^. BBOOK8, 

COFFIN WAREHOUSE, 

10 PreacoM Street* 

Cl^PPINII, CABKrTB snd ROBBBof svery deserlp 
Mi6 eonitaoUy on baod, made of ths bssl aiaiansl 
xni lalesl (.aitsri'a. 

Snr KveryihiDg eanneet«d with ths manogeasnt 
•r Huueralt promptly allendsd lo. 

Rssidnore. tio. IS rooilh Btreet, Oeatralrl lie. 

Lowsll. Deo. SS. 18S8. sn dacSSdU 

rHB fiKKIT KNVLISIl RKHBDY. 


kt SM«t esrtoi* and spis dy r ssssSy ses 

ftr »ll DiHOtu of tAs CheH and £«Mf «. Omifka, 
C»ldi. A$tlma. Omtmmftlom, h r m u kUtit ,, 
lUfiutnaa. HrmruiuM. DiflmUt SrsaSfc- tf 
img. Mtr* Dkfwat, m*.. ^. 

Tbssa WAfBRBgive sae most insUDtaoeeas aad 
iwrfoRi rellsf, and wh«a parsevsred with aaaordtBBia 
I IreeiioDs, never flsil to eShet a rapM aad lastiSi 
mra. Thonaaads bass baea raaiorsd te pMfcal', 
sealtb wbo bavs lr:«d oihe' weans la vala. Te aU , 
ilssses and all onnstltulloDs i j are eqoally a blea* 
•lag and a ear*— Dooa nsod despair, no matter bov 
loDR Ihs dlseaos may bavs «alsied, or however e^ . 
fsie II may Im. provldod the orgaalo slmclnrs of tba , 
rital organs Is ooi bopjiessly deoayed. Every aaa 
otlNetea should give ibsm an inparttal iriaL 

To VooALisTs and l^atja BvaaaaM Usee WaMva 
we peculiarly valnabls ; they will la oae day r*. ' 
aovs the most severe ooeasloaai hoarseness ; and 
ihair regaloi use for a few days will, al all Umae. ib» 
veasa toe power and SeslNllty of tbe volea, gniuUf 
mproving Its toDSi oemposs and elaamesa. for wbisa ' 
uurpose ihey ors reenlorly used by many peeHsestoe 
I vntjallsts. 

JOB MOBKS.Bole Proprietor, n OorUaadt Btrett 
Hew York. 

(•old ir Lnwel'by P.* M.MAILBT, sneesesevs 
to R. Bidder, Jr. A Co., ouruei Mernoiaus and Joba 
strast* 

DMwnher S.-1Sf5. daaSdStlT i^ 


^ i L t A 11 1 z K r 



DR. OSAD'WIlf 

} for tbe last sii yesrs been In 
ecth on VuLoaiinaa RtraSaa. 
vateriai in Deiitrstry, much lighter than 

r Ol 


HAS for tbe last sii yesrs been Inserting 
Teeth on VuLoaiinaa Rt 
vateiiai in Iieiitrstry, much Ugl 
superior In msny respeets to Gold or Silver 


Sevck uu.NDacD votes ware cast on the 
38lh inst., in Oeorgeiown, D C, on ihe 
question of neitro suffrsge. Only onS was 
in favor of eilending ibe frsncbise. It is 
well Hitderslood tbst this singular voti is 
in eonse(|uenee ef iba friends Of negro 
suffrage having detsrikined net to go inie 
a eonirst at tbe polls to decide tlis qavMion 
They think Congress haa tba rifbi to settle 
ibe mailer in ibe District of Columbia, 
and to that bod j tbey propose te stibmit it. 


Price— Large bos gl .00 ; smsit, BO eente. 
49* Bent by moil, with full dirsetlons for uslnf , 
on receipt of the priee, with It oeots for postogs. 
Bov24 sp deodim 

BROWW <C A&OBR, 

ATTuRNtYH AND OOUNSBIXORS AT LAW, 

Maasar's Balldlag. Osatral Street, 
Atrnatfs S. Beowa, 1 
IDWIB A. Atesa. / LOWBLI* MAfS. 

JV Al leaal bnstaess svseaied with proatptasss 
aad dlspateh^rileuiarh the eolleotlen ofall eiaisis. 
I A. R. BROW N, Ovmmlsslonsr ror jitaut of tTertaoDt. 

k. A ALUKIt, Notary I'ubllo. and CrmmisslUBsr 
lor tba ataies of Mew Tork (^dbsoUouI aad Msliai 

B. a. ALOBR. as lleeDsed Claim Agent and Atter- 
nsf, will protaptiy astaaa la tba eoa*«tiea of 

Prise Moaert Back Pat, Maaal^as, 

Ibe obtaining ef 
Widova* Peaalona. Matkera* Peaaloas 
i and Isvalld Peeaiaae 

to ibeee eailtlad l« them nf tbe Uaiiad Stotaa i 
oituisar aalats s^ast ttasame Ibal mar he 


BISl JAMiaa OliAKKB'a. 

3BLBBBATBD rBMALB PILLS, 

A^jNirsd/VeaiavrsseHyMsn^ Mr J. OUrkt.tLO 
npiieimm BeSrasnUwarir to Ms Qussn. 

This lovolaabls raeillcloe s uoislling in .t<^ ears 
li all those painftal and daagsrous diseases 'o which 
the female ooottllulloD Is sableek It moderatss all 
aioMs and removes all olMirueJont, aad a speedy 
euro may js •-allsd ob. 

TO MABRIED LAORS 
Il IS peeuliarty sailed. I> wm. t« a sbert um« brtag 
>n the moinbly perled enb rafolartf. 

Roeb hot Ie i>riee Oae Dsllar, bear- tbe Oeeera- 
meot Stamp of Great Srttata, lo pravent eoaater- 

'"*^ cawwdlii !rj9t^ 'S 

ftless IWfs sketrfd weds leSsa by 

(As FIRBT 

lAsy vr* iwr* 

elAsr (tsM lAsy ars M/t 

Id all oases of Nervous aitd Spinal Albotlens. Pain 
la the Book and Umbs, fatigue on slight sxertion. 
PaipllaUoB of the Bsatl, HysUrtes, and Whites, 
these Pills will sRhet a enra when ail elbw meant 
ba\s Iblled ; and ailheogh a powerful remedy, do not 
ei.otain Iron, eslomsl, aaiimony, ot anythlag hart* 
fal io the ooBsiltutloa. 

Pull 4li'ec«loDs Id the pamphlet aronod each peek* 
age, which siieald be oareitellv psesarvsa. 

Bale Agsat Ibr the Uafted Biatee aad Canada, 
JOB MOHRB.al UuorUaod straet. New Tork. 

N. B.— g'.no and 6 postage stamps enclosed te 
any aeihoiiaad Ageai, will Insure a botUs^ eonlala- 
lag 00 Pllla tiy retarn mall. 

Bold by jr. tf S BAIL* T, soeoessors to 8. E Iddsr 
Jr. A Co., tiuroer oi ««rriataaa aaa Juha streets. 

Deeauiber A isrs so deoadartr 


TBRBM MOJfTMB ^ prsenansy, as 
8 <« bring »n tfttomrrimt* .- Mtl> al awy 


Piste, There is no ohanee for sny partlela ef 
fnod to lodife under or around teeth In'aerted tm 
this msterral Thas the mouth Is kept pefu 
feotly eleatk and sweet. I eoitsider it muob 
better in rooet cases than Uold and Silver Plata. 

I have inserted a larire number of sata OCn 
this new material fhr pers ne who formerly 
ware gold or siWat plates and I haveyct to 
laatfiof a elaele insf anea where tbey are aoS* 
mn:h better pleased in every wav. 

Dr Olsdwia take* this oppertunlty M say M 
persons llvina at a dletanae ttvm LaWall. wba, i 
may require the sarvleesof a Dentist, that they 
will save money by ealllni onhlm. aaaa baa 
made each a aaDCtrrioir nom his former rated ' 

that the expense of tbajoornay wlllba more' 

than repsid. At the same time ae gearkBtail *~ 
their work coaeiathe best possible style SI* 
Ihe art. His long BXPaaiBMOB aa a Dantial 
warrants bim In doina this. > f 

The Nbw MAOHiitaaT and other aztanalva 
imt>ra*assants which I hsve introdeeed hto 
my Laboratory, hav* enabled ase todo workaly / 
greatly kbducsd rmoaa. Thus persons el 
smtJ msans esa avail themselvssortbis moot 
banafla'al snd useful of arts 

Ujr Teeth inserted on Oeld aad •Oliver Pintak 
and all oihei operations in tba way 7l my pre> 
faaalon done as heraioftie. 

ItlTl'eeih extraoiad without | %ia wHh 
Lavohino tJAS or Nl'rons Oiyds. 

Grateful to the Lowell public for th>. laat M 
years' pstronsRe, the DoeU.r would soHatt a 
oontinnanoe of the same. 

OPFICIi IN GLADWIN'S BL.O0K. 
138 MtjrruaavK street, E,ewell, Masss 
SILAS f . OLADWIM. - 
■ laaf de*tlf 


//< 


rosiad le hia. 


ea- 
leiaatr 


' 44*mm\A. »AitT cxiukikk; - 

Tbe terms el Tna Lowrli. Dailv Cosbibb 
from January 1st, lata, Ull fUrthar notice, will bd 
SdM per annum in advanoe, or |a JO at tbe end of 
the year. Singis aumbers S esnts ; slnglsTiumheSa 
BMl^l at Iba ofllss (post-paid), t eeala. 


IIIPUKTANT T« rKHALISe ,: 

,( 

The retehratad DR. DOW eentinuee te develO' 
av^THE (INLT RELIABLE REMEDY fbr his entire lime to the treatment of sll dlsessse IS^ 
DsrkSpou upoBil* Face is ranaT's Moth aad .(flont to the female system. An saperlenea of - 
Freckle Lotion. Hold by druggials everywhere.— . .,, i.i-.._ „.__..^ ...«_. 

Weeks* I'ottir, 170 WishlnJConatreei, B<viton, twenty three years enables hlnflo guarantee spee- 
Wholesale AgenU for M asaachasetis. Also for dy and permansnt rellsf in ths teorsi onsesef SmtH>' 
sale jr Boston by (»eo. O. Oxodwln ACo., JS lUn- ^^etiion and oH ofber MtrntrmU Dtranffemtntt, 
ovei^ttseS and M. H, Burr k Co., J» I '•"«»}'^st. ^ „^,^,r enu,e. All letUre for advice maot 

contain |1 . Ofllee, ITo. B Bndloott street, Boston. * 

N. B.— Board furnished to thoee wbo wish lira- 



Ebcftrs and-Boissora. 

Ehavs Just received an •••2''''". '' * **' f r/h 
mour's colehrsteJ Bhsarssod Sd , ors which 


we . re selling .t^owp;;lr.s^ ^ BAUTLETT 


decSl 


FIELDIKO a 

136 CenUal street. 


WOSTEKHOLM'B.Wsrd's and Burkeiishsw's 
I'OrHKT (I'TI.KK r-a Sue assorlinent 
I. stock and for »-^{;{„^^ ^ .aBTLETT, 

136 Central street. 


£TI«A IMSURANCE CO. 

Hartlrrd, Uoaa. 
IMOUHPOIIATBD ISIS. 

Capital and Surpluase....|t,l!8,8t9.9i 

Hartford Fire Ins. Oo. 

Hartford, Goaa. 
IBOOAPORATVD ISIS. 

CapiUl snd 8urpla8,...s...|LI08,00l 

Ntrtk AMcrieai Fire !■•. €#. 

Hartford, Coan. 
Oapdalasd Surplus |I84|010.4I 

Western Mass. Ins. Oo 

PittaSald, aaass. 
Capital snd Surplus |llt,OOB' 

The above Compaalas wrltson oropsrty sta. 
low ratMl as other responsibls oBlces. fVi>i- 
rtVs ^.^inTDwlLLlNO H0U8BS an.' 
Jselr oonienu, and CHUECHB8. for ONB c 
PITB yeara. 

MO ASSKSSMBlfT IV AMY CA8B. 

Suceeaaorto the late A. J. BlCHliONI) 

First IVatioaal Baak Unildiag. 

Oat. I. iSCI .KstUit^t* 


„ « old, or sore 
Throat, 

Ha^Diaas immbdiatb ATranTioa awd anooLO 

aa caacaED. If ai.loweb to cowriaua, 

Irritstteaef tbe Lwage. a Parmaweat Threat 

Affect ea. er aa aearable Lang Olaaase 

IS orrni tnb wMaaut. 

BBOWN'B BBOBOBIAL TBO0HE8 

PAava 


BAVIMO A 


DiaacT lan-oaiica to tbb 
oiva iMHaDiATB aauar. 


rer Slremaaltta, Aathaaa.Catavrfc.Com- 
ammipUTa omA rkr*at DUaaaaa, 

xtmomm* abb oaao with always oood aixxaaa. 

auraB|w a.bd ruauic bfbakbbb 

-aHII Sad Troehet nsefUl In clearing the voice when 
taken before Singing or Bpeaking, and relieving the 
throat after an unusual esertlon of the vocal or- 
gans. The TVocAes are recommended and pre- 
acribed by PhyslcUns, and havs had testimonials 
f^om eminent men throughout the ceuntry. B-'Ing 
•qSVtIcIs of trus msril, and having proved their 
aSaaey by a test of many years, each year Ands 
them In new locslltles In various parU of the 
world, and the TVocfcss are universally pronoun- 
•ad belUr thoa other articles. 

OarAiH only " Buowa'a BaoacRiAL Tao- 
eaas," and do not take any of tbe WortHlu* fmt- 
fnffimT that may be offered. 

Sold everywhere in the United Rtotee, aad la 
Foreign Countries, al Si eeaU per box. 

aetSS ep <'*>t«n» _ 


HBW ADVBftnSSKSHTB 


FESTIVAL. 

T'i?.rr:;?ut^'t;;rcr:VeS'v"rat'5i.??oS: 

of worship, near lbs Mavy Yard, sa 

Tharsdajr JSTaniDg. Jan. 4th. 

Music by the OLEB CLUB of Lowell, and Ad 
drcaart by different persons doHiia the evrnlng. 
Aia<> tiuartetle Hinging and I'lano Fi.rU playing 

Carriage, to convey ihoae wl.hing to attend will 
leavp i/<>»eil evrry half h<>ur from « 1 2 to » O'lJ^ 
■lariliiK from the I'osi OSIee Building. Fare 1 
e«ni* ••ach way. i 

AdasU'lun fee it ccnte. Janldn 


10 


THB I4NN 8CII0«L 

EXHIBITIOK 
H^ILLbe repeated al MKCUAKICS' HALL 

Thursday ^veiilag. January 4th. 

'Ilrket. »! ronli.— For sale al Merrill's, Wllkius' 
and Kargxanl'a book stores. 
l>uura open at 7. Ksercises commence at 7 3 4, 
Jana ^ ■^'t 

HOTZOB. 

THE Ouarteriy Meeting of the MIDDT.KSEX 
MW-llANICH' AWl^OCIATIO.N will br liuldcn 
In ll>« UuveraaMat Itooma THiri KVKNINUalS 
o'el(K!k. TUOB. F. BURUEriti, Hn'y- 
Jannary Id, 1866^ )»"» 

QUARTERLY REPORT of the condition of 
the- Railroad .National Bank of Lowell, on the 
morning of the flrst Monday in Jsnaary, 1860. 

Ita. 
N'.tes and Bills dtseonated, |}»1,04S 64 

Cm rem Expenses, l/tO 64 

■I'aiua Paid, *»* •* 

Iteinittnures and other cash Items, >.1<* OT 

l>ue from National Bank*, 1)3,2:21 4i 

V. H. iiond. d«|«wlu-d with U. B. Trees 


urer lu .rcure Circuiatiug Notss, 
U. H. Bonds on hanrt. 
Other U. H. Hccurllles. , 

Bill* and Chuck* On other Banks, 
tlpeclo aud oiher Lawful Money, 


MO.tXX) 00 
lUOU) OU 

195,3»0 ue 

4.A47 04 

4d.MI t» 

S I,t>4,Mt »1 

Ca, ~ 

Capital Btoefc paid In, ■ SSOO.OOO 03 

Hurplu* Fund, >».tMIO <» 
Circulating Notes received fToia 

^Complrolier, '4BO,000 

Lees amount on hand, 1U,,*>0U 


Individual DeiNtslts, 

Dividends unpaid, 

Ihie Nutluiial Banks, 

Htate Bauk Circulation outstanding, 

biseount, 


470,000 00 

173 .0'S 04 

1,049 7J 

877 23 

77,007 00 

17,740 89 

|I,M4,682 »t 


Lowell, Jan. I, IMS. 


J. r. ROOEOS, pa^hlcr. 
Jan2dll 


C CONDITION of the Merrhants liallonal Bank 
/ o( Lowell, tJUte «f Masaschusvtter on the 
morning of tha flrst Monday of Jsuuary, 1864. 

Ueannrces : 

ynU>« mid Bills dIscoaaUd, gtTS.SOa 68 

Real K.tale, It.SOO 00 

Current Expenses, 1,*<0 *i 

Premiums paid, d.yw 00 

Rvmliunces and other cash Iteau, 12,114 43 

Due from National Banks, T3,0S4 M 

Hank Htock. l»,t/00 00 

U. H. Bond* deposited to seeare elrco- 

lation, 300,000 00 

U. 8. Bonds deposited to eeevrs U. B. 

I>«;po.lU. 1V>.000 00 

V. 8. fionds on hand. 14.90U UO 
Cash on hand Natlunat aad Stats Banks, 0,2^1 00 

Hpucle and otbsr Lawful Mousy, 63,888 00 


CITY AND COUNTY. 


1 

10 
10 
9 
1 
1 


tnd 
>l 
M 
li 

13 


Srd 
M 
IS 
l:i 
It 


Tuesday, Jaaiiary S, 1866. 

Thb BALLimsos TsaTSaDaT. Oalof to 
tbe lata hour at wbieh tbo City Council 
adjoBroatl yestorday.* »• omitted Ibe votes 
for several oiBeera, vhich we supply to- 
day. 

ciTT rarstciiir: »« 

Ha first balloting was io ^bs Board of 

Aldermen : 

Whole number of vole^ * • 

NrcvMsrjr f r a cbolae, * 

Nathan Alloji had, * 

Loteusa U. Kox. ' 

Oeergs H. Piakbaat. * 

Tbe Common Cooneil soo-eoneurred by 
tbe following vote :— 

let 

Whols number rf votes. '* 

M< c ssarjr lur a choles^ 

(1. E.ri<khaaiUad 

Naibau Alios 

Ue>. II. Mhltmore 

Lureiito U FuX 

Joel bpaldtng 

Tbe nsme oi Dr. 
up, tbe Board ot Alderioeo re-olectad Dr. 
Allen by tba same vote aa bsiore. 

The Council balloted loor times, the 
first three times^Drs. Allen and Pinkbsm 
each receiviog 12 votes. On the fourth 
balloting Dr. Pinkbam bad 13 and Dr. 
Alleo -U) votes. 

The Board of Aldermen again balloted 

sod gave Dr. Allen 7 votee to 2 for Dr. 

Pir.kbain, while tba Council continued to 

adhere to Dr. Pinkbam, aad tbero was no 

eoocurrence. 

SOPBaiNTBjrOBlTT Ot Bintiwiios : 

The Board of Aldermen first balloted 

with ths followiog result:— 


Pinkbam being sent 



ITOBI XTOHI XTOHI 

8CB.4TCI! SCSATCI! SCRATCH! 

Wheaton'8 Ointment 

WILL CU<K TB8 ITCH IH 48 H^BRX. 

Alsocurss SALT RHEUM. UI CER8. CjIIL 
BLAINd, and all ERUITKlXBOK THE SKIN. 
Price 60 cenla. For sale by ail druggists. 

By sending eo rmU to VkEK8 k POTTER. 
Sole AgenU, 170 Washington atrcel, Boston, It will 
be forwarded by mall, free of pvsugs, te any part 
•f tbe ITnltrd HUles. . ... 

Oct. 84. iwvi. sp octa»d»kfly 

« — ' — » — 

Perry's Moth and irracKio I*otion 

Chloasmo, or Mothpatch, (aUo called Llver*pot.) 
•od LenliKo, or Frrckie*. are often very annoying- 

Sartlcularly lo Ladie* of lighl complcilor., for the 
lar«lored apoU •how more plainly on the face of 
ablondetbanof abrunelle; but ihey greatly mar 
the beauty of either ; and any preparation that will 
eSbctuoily remove them toitkout injuring tke ailor 
or texlnre of the $tin it ceruinly a dr.ideratum. 
Dr B. C. PF.URY, who h.ia made di*ea*es of the 
skin a specially, haa discovered a new n-medv for 
these dlacolorailune, which is at one e prompt, in 

fallible and harmless. .,_,.. 

l»f»parsd only by B. C. PKRRY, Dermatologist. 
V». SBBond airen. New York, and for sale by all 
dsaaalats. Price. Bi per boUis. Call for 
FlniRY'B MOTlT a'nD KRRCELE MmOJ. 

?or further information address Dr. B. C. PEB- 
, 4« Bond street. New York. 

V^BEKrt II P«»T I'KR, 170 Wsshlngton street, 
Beaton, wholesale AgcnU f«r »*"»a«^*»uaetia. 

Atao for aale In Bciton by «5^iSkr uiVaT?) 
a OO., as Hanover etroet, aod M. S. B*.**" * iJ*'- 
S6 Tremonl street. eo esplJUdktSm 


$88^,071 78 

saoo.ooo 00 

lO.MO 00 
MO.Oqo 00 
it3.77l 83 

bl.iVl M 
3S7 W 

1.4SII 00 

ia,34» n 

I8S0.O71 7» 


Llsbllltlss : 
Capital 8tock. 
Hurplu* Puiid, 

National Hank Notes In cirealation. 
Individual Deposits, 
United Plate* Deposite, 
Dividends unpala, 
Hlate liank lllll* in elrealatloa, 
DIscuuui aud Iniaresl, 


f, J. V. Palree, Jr., Caahlor of the Merehsnts 
National Bank of Lowell, Maas., do solemnly 
swear that llie a)>ove alateraent Is true to the best 
of my knowledge snd belief. 

J. N. PBIRCE, Ja., trashier. 
State nf Massachusetts, County of Middle*<'i.— 
Sworn In and labsorlbed brfor* me thi. flrst day 
of January, ISeS. UUCCM H08i^)RI). 

\i cent aump] Justice of tlis Peace. 

UARTERLY REPORT of the eondiUon of 
The Old Uiwell Notional Bank " in Lowell. 
in ihe Huie of Mas.achuactu, on Ibe mwrulDgof 
tlie tlr*t Monday of January, 1166, 
Da. 

Resonreess ' 
!?ote« and Bills dtsconated, |2t 7,911 «• 

Current Eipense*. 3,371 "BS 

Keiulitance. and olhrr cash Heme, 9,6Vi 44 

I)u« (rom National Banks, 38,600 40 

U. H. Bunds deposllad wllh t7. 8. Trees 

nrer to seours Cireulaling Notss, 300,000 (W 

Other U. H. Hccorltles, &,3M 00 

Caah on hand In Circulating Notes of 

other National Bank*, 1,836 00 

Caah on hand in Clrealallng Notes of 

176 00 

tt.oiti 30 

8,U0U 00 


Wholenamb>*r ef ' 
Neossory foe a ebolesb 

V'm. I'. Knilvr liad, 

Geo. W. Bsze Une. 

Jsni-s ti. II.'W.', 

J<'S«|>b I h»n>b. ilola, 

Al*r>iism M.>tbss, 

0. P. harclar, > 

Tbe Council non-eoncBrred in Mr. Ful- 
lor'a election by tba foUoiring vote : 

^ . tst 2nd Srd i 

Whole nuljiher of votes, ' H* ** >* 

Ncc' t*;iry f.-r a <bu or, 1' !•• •• i 

.lualiuaL ii;a(nr had . lU 1* '<> : 

Oouige W. llasoltiue, - ' S * S 

l.renZiO. Hows. . . » X 

r aakllnT. Wllaoa, > 

Oms P. burcisy, * 

Jams M. Ilowa, 1 

Tbe folio wio^^war lbs final voU in each 
branch :— 


e 

Isi 

St 

13 

It 

• 
4 


2nd 
24 
13 
U 

7 

4 


Who'e number of vvta^ < 

Necess^rr f r a cnotas^ ' 

Loiei'io U. Howe, I 

Wm. r. Kulter, — - 

Oeorge w. Usseltlas^ 

i. L iJraper, 

uikbCTuas ur ciTT libbart: 
A committee wss appointed to aeleet 
caodidatca tor Directors of tbe City Li- 
brary and reported tbe oamea of .Lewis L. 
Perrin, Willism G. Morse, Joaepb 8. Pol- 
lard, CharldS T. Crane, Charles Hubbard 
and George W ilkins. Tbe Common Coun 
oil balloted taith the following result :-> 

Isl t'd 3rd 


Q* 


4th 


Whnls Bomlier of votes, 
Keeesssrjr fir a cliotoe, 
. Lewis L. I'errln. 
Wm. U Morse 
JiMpb H. r illard, 
Charl<:s MubbirU, 
Oe-iign Wllklos, 
ObarssT.'raue. 
J. A. Uultrt<k. 
r. H. Nuurta, 

A. r Wriifhl, 

B. M. Morey, 
ecalJtrii.g. 

Mtsirs. Perrin, 


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Franklin Coal, 

FROM LYKBWS VALLEY. 
Aeargeof this eeiehrated <50AL JosJ reeelva* 
.d for «le by W. E. I.l.vmOMTON, 


bmio Banks, 
epecle and olh-T Lawfifl Money, 
Stale of Massachusells Bonds, 


$600,005 03 


and 

BOVSlidtf 


No. S Thorndtke strset. 


A IKALl rOK BYBKY WOUND. 
DR. BIRfflmOHAM, 

-NATIVE INDIAN PHYSICIAN, 


OHIea, Bt rambilegs Strset,.... 

(ooaaaa ov oaaaaaas eraaai;) 

MOhDATB. TUB8DATH AMD WBDNB8DATa> teat 

S A. M. to 1 P. M. 

■toreopea from 8 A. M. Ie6 P M. 

Biaailaatieas aasTis. fross S to • f . M.. THURB 
DAY, miDAY oBd BATUkDAT. wbea be may bs 
fesad St his resldeaee ub Taaner Sieaet. luaoUoa oi 
Avar's Msw Oily oa^ Uwell BaUroad, UwcIL 

.Jttiin.iaas. 


iTltdM 


Ca. 

MahllHIae. 

Capital flock paid In, |2Q0,n<v) no 

Hurplu* Kund, M,bXI OS 
Cireulaling Notes reeelved f-om Comp- 

tndler ir 1^. Amount on bsSd, 93,22.^00 

••-Ideal I>epo*lu, 71,.%33 38 

Divi... ■•*s unpaid, 1,0n» 00 

Da* National Ranks, 10,4«S IS 

Due to other Banks and Bankers, l&.OOO <« 

Htale Bankclrculallua ouUlaadlaff, BO.iM 00 

Di-<-ount, ^ 8,<.l&t I& 

lnler»*t. ~^ »,M4 33 

Preflt and Lose, ^ 600 00 

' e m ^^^ ^^^ 

I Stoe,oo5 as 


I, Charles M. Williams, Cashier of "The Old? 
Tx>well National Hank," do solemnly awear that 
the above •talement U trus, to ths best of roy 
knowledge and belief. 

Idignad)- CUAS. M.WILLIAMH, 

Cashier. 

State of Masss'^hesetls, County of Middlesex. — 
Sworn to and subseribsd before me this Srsl day 
of January, IBM. B. O. BAItOBANT, 

[ 5 cent stamp j Justice of the Teaes. 

Jaii2 dU 


M 8 6 
Moras, Pollard, Hub- 
bard and Wilitins, were declared elected 
on tbe firat and Mr. Butlriek oh tbo fourth 
ballot, and ll^eir namta were aont up for 
concurrrDce. 

Tbe Board of Aldermoa bsllotted with 
the following result :— 

Whale Dombtr of vote^ B 

Kress II jf lor s ch'>teo, . S 

Ch.irlesf. ilaM hsd. • 

• 

8 
» 
1 
1 
1 
3 

Messrs. Morse, Bottrlek and Wilkins 
were declared elected is eoneurrenee and 
Messrs. llsrd, MrrbeUOB and Morsy in 
non-concurrrnooe Owing to the lateness 
of tbe hour, tbe Consmon Counoil adjourn- 
ed without balloting fartber. 


New School CoMMjrTrc Tbe first 
Bseeting ol Ibis Board was bold ysstBrday 
afternoon, tba Mayor presiding. Tbe 
Uoaid, for 1800, is oons^iluud as follows: 
tbe iirst oamit<iia aaeb ward having bsan 
ebossn for two yasrB at tbe last election : 

Josiab U. feabody, Mayor, and 00610- 
vns A. Gerry, President of tbe Comaoo 
Coui)dl, tz officii. 

Ward l-Jamea W. B. Sbaw, J. Oramel 
Peek.' 

Ward 2~DaoiBl 2*. Oags, Sanusl W. 
Sliekney. 

Ward 3-Josbns Merrill, Jobn P. Frye. 

Ward 4-Jaho Davis, Charloa Kimball. 

WaM 0-Gsorge N. Webber, George 
F. Warren. 

Ward 6— Lutbsr E. Sbspard, John A. 
Goodwin. 

I'rayar wm offered by Ilev. Mr. Web- 
'ber,s member of the Board. 

Samuel VV.S tickoey waa unaninontly re- 
elected vice chairman, receiving 10 votea. 

Abaer J. Pbippa was unanimously re- 
elected secretary, receiving 11 votea. The 
salary of the secretary was fixed at t300. 

Tbo rules and regulationa of tbe last 
Board were adopted until otherwise or- 
dered. 

Cummillses were appointed to oomioale 
tbe atanging committees, and to assign 
tbe schools. Tbe folhwing -are the' 

BTANDIMO COMMITTEES. 

Oa Accounts— Messrs. Peabody, Gerry, 
Sliekney, Frye and 8baw. 

Go Hchool Houses— Messrs. Peabody, 
Gerry, Davis, Merrill aod Gage. 

On Tesebers— Messrs. Warren, Shep- 
Brd,'GoodwiD, Frye and Webber. 

Go Reports— Mcssri. Goodwin, Shsw 
i^ck, Webber snd Sbepard. 

Oo Booka — Mosara. Kimball, Davts, 
>"ttckner, Shaw, Warren and Frye. 

The rcboola were assigned as follows : 

BIOS SCHOOL. 

Messrs. Gerry, Peck, Shaw, Frye, and 
Goodwin. 

OR4MMAB SCHOOLS. 

Bsrtlotl— .Mr. Webber. 
Culburn — Mr. Merrill. 
Kdson— Mr. Kimbill. 
Franklin— Mr. Davis, 
tireen — Mr. Stickney. 
Mann— Mr. Warren 
Moody — .Vlr. Snepiird. 
Varoom — Mr. Gaita. • 

PBIMABT S^BUOLS. 

2. 13, 211, Mr. Oerry. 

12, :<3, 26, Mr. Peck. 

4U, 43, 45. Mr. Sbaw. 

1. 3, 8.29, Mr. Btickney. 

46, 47. 48, Mr. Gage. 

4, 18, 19, 39. Mr. Frye. 

7, 9, 21, 30, 33, 42, Mr. Merrill. 

fi. 15. 31. Mr. Kimball. 

17,24, 28, 34, Mr. Davia. 

Ill, 11, 2'2. 44, Mr Warren. 

36, 38, Mr. Webber. 

27, 37, 41, Mr. Goodwin. 

14, 25, 35, Mr. Sbepatd. 
Tbe rule relaling to tbo time of electing 
teachers was susponled in order tbst tie 
vacancy in the High School caused by the 
resignation of Miss Braley last September 
might be fliled. Mr. Goodwtn nominated 
Elizabeth B. Kussell, nbw tcmporaxily 
fllting the TBcaocy. Mr. Peck gave tbe 
nanes of five applieanis. Eliiabelb B. 
Russell bad thirteen votea snd Marietta 
Melvin one. MisB Rassell was declared 
slecied. 

It was voted that any sub-committee be 
autborisrd, if be deems it desirsble, to 
classify and Krada bis schools in adeord- 
ance with Ihe superiniendent'a soggeations 
on the subject in bis snnual report. 


UeclianicA' Association. 

Twf CtMcrtt il •■« Day \ 
Boaton OrchCHtrnI Union, 

CAUL ZBIUtAUN. Cuuductor, 
WKUKMHUA Y,JASOAHY U, 1864. 

HUNTI.N'OTOW HALL proving too eootroetrd 
to hold all dealrous of hearing ihls famed Or 


cheatra on their Ural appearance 
of \\w 


in lAiWtll. the 
.Lt<lu.-e Cominiilee of lli« M. M. Aasociatluo have 
arranged with I'rof. Xvrrabu lo give a Coocert io 
ttic Afternoon and Kvunlng. 

i5ttt«on ticket bolder* j^droltted to either. Those 
eliooaing to go In the afternoon will give op their 
Uckets on snterlne tho hall, reeHvIng a check for 
til., ticket; with the cheek tho ticket ran be re- 
deemed alCarleton k llovey'* ort;. 11. Kimball a. 

An entire change ol prograosme in the evening. 
Afieraeea Cearert oeasaseaeee at S l.te*clk. 

EvenUg •• " "" ''• ** 

Tickets 30 Genu each. For eale at Carleton k 
Hovey's, C K. Kimball's, and al ihe door, for tbe 
Afternoon foncert. rr., t .. /-,, 

Kf A llmlled number of Kvenlng TU^«Jf,^''>» 
sale ouly at lb« dour. , " 


decWdtl 


Kerrimaok ManufHcttiring Com- 
pany. 

TniH certlfle* thai the whole amount of As- 
ae**menU created by the Merrimack Menu- 
factarinK<'ompany,and aclnally paid In, Is 'hto 
million Hrf hunilreil tmrnuuiH HolUirt, ot which no 
part lias been divided or wlthdrswn; that lbs 
whole smooDlof the debt* of itaid Company, oa 
•liowii by their booka.is 7Y«> huwtrM twtnly lUite 
tk'iut'tnd tiTflre dolliirinnH rixty tevtn <xnt$. 
Boston, November llth, 18«m. 

JOHN AMOKY LOWELL, President. 
GEO. W. LYMAN, \ 

r.KO, B. CIIAHK, , I A majority 

BETH BEMIH. V of Board 

O. W. HALLKT, of liireciers. 

F. B. CttOWNlNSHIELD.J 


Jsnl 


d3t 


irOTXOB. 


IxiwRLi/. Jan. Isl, 1866. 

MR. EDWARD U. TALBOT and Mr. Jll- 
LIAK TALBOT are admitted as psriaers in 
onr firm from October l»l, 1»«6. The stylo of tbe 
arm will cohUnue a. ^ere^of^rc.^^^^ ^ ^ 

C.P.TALBOT, 
TII08. TALKOT, 
K. K. TALBOT. 
JULIAN TALBOT. 


SAILBOAD ITATIOHALBAVK. 

ra^HK Annual Msetlngef tbe Btoekboldsrs of the 
I tUilrood NaUooal Baak of Lowdll, for lbs 
election of Dlr«olors aod ibe tnmsaetloa of any 
othsr buainesa that may peeparly eo«e before the 
meellng, will be held at their Banking K<M.ia#, oa 
TUMMbAir. thealatb 4*/ »< .i"f««!fy '•••i •* * 
©"cJofk, A. M, J. r. UOOSas, CaahU. 

Lowell, lice. 1. 1866. 


decSdiJaiiS 


I^HB Second Annual Meeting ef ths Btoekbold 
•re of tba MersbanU Notional Bank of Low- 
ell, for the choice of Directors and U>r the tranaao 
lion of any buvlaeaa that may legally come before 
Iham, will be held at their Banking Rooms on 
TlKHOAy, theWh day of January nest, al 10 
o'clMk. A. M. * 

Per order of Ihe IMreetore. 

J. N. PiUitCE, Ja..Caahler, 
LoweU, Dec. »lh, 184a. dccSdtJauS 


Refreshment Saloon. 

THE subscriber having taken the Saloon Vo. 
130 MEBKIMACK bTii>a.a'. Is now 
prepared and lut«U(l* to keep a 

Firat-Claaa DIFfINU lALOOIf. "^ 

I have two good COOKd, and mean to bars thb 
BKBT of everything the market affords cvDstaptly 
on hand. 

Cold CORNED BERK and H"AM : FIfill CBOW- 
DKU on Friday* and CLAM CUOWDEB »o Sat- 
ardaya, In *ea*on for dinner. 

Alio— <!O.VFECl'IONBRY, FBCIT, CAKES, 
OYSTKttd, ect. 

V. B.— No LIQUORS sold in this esUihlishment. 

O. W. INUALIJJ. 
Lowell, Dee. 22d, 1865. decZid tdm 


INDUOEMB T 
To Visit onr Popular Dining 
Booms. 

They are centrally located. 
They are quiet, airy, always neat. 
Th« be»t of food well »erved. 
Atleotive waiter* and moderate prices 
A sepsrste apartment for Ladies with nice 
Dressing Boom attached. 

€. U. # I. II. PfiBSH^, 

PROPRIETORS 

CITY HALCi IIINlNti ftOOHS, 

10, IS a Id City Uau Avanaa, 


dee» 


BOSTON. 


dtf 


ImJanS 


Onariian's Sale of Keal Fatate. 

ra>nE underalgncd, Ouardlan of Cliaric* E. 81- 
I ner, now of Lawrence, In our County of Es- 
ses, a minor, by virtue of a llcenae and authority 
granted by the Judge of the Probate Court within 
and for the County of Mlddleeei, will *ell at Pub- 
lic Auction, allsald minor'* Intereet (the same be- 
IX FRANCEBTOWN, N. H., Ing one undivided thirtieth part) In the lot of land 

. . „„,, u™— .ith a Htakla aiid buildings thrrenn alandlng, situated at tbe 

Agood two _story House, with a BtabU ^ / " *„ ^ «nd Merrimack sireeU, on the 

attat lii'd, and more tlinn halt an acre oii««>i"ri "• • •• M„-.i™..»ir .ik.«i •n>l w<>>t*rlv 
Kood ImA. situated within ftfty rod* of a eeHth'/'? •l'*?. »'. "^"["""V'yi'L'J!!!. •«»^"»' 


FOR tiiILK rOR $1290, 


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sohncrlber 
Krancestown, N. U., Jon 


1, 1866. jaoldawir 


*PBESH VIRVnii OYSTBRS! 

n ECEIVKD daily aod opsoed from the shell, 

PiPTY CENTS aer quart, 

or FlFT^-PlVK cenU solid. 

by J. H. KNIOIIT.S, 
1^ No. aoi Ce itrsl Hlreet. 
Also, dBfer In all kind* of Kreah FUh. Ix>b- 
sters. ete. ttrders prf.mplly attended to, and de 
llvcred In any pari of the city 
cuAace. 


wiTiioiT r.sraA 
dee»dlw 


^Yaated, Immrdiately, 

^^NE IirNDRED TnOUflAND SntTTLE 
S' BLOCKS. 20,»O» for carpet shtiUlea, U be 
out 23 Inches long by J I 4^2 :i 4 lnche«,at 18 ecols ; 
ai OOi for brijod .huUles. 18 Inches by !»i2 1 4 Inch- 
es' al 8 conU ; 6J,0'I<1 for cotton shuttles, 16 Inches 
by'2x2lnehe«, at & eenU. Tho snme must be of 
apple tree, straight grained and free from knot* 
Slid ehakcs. Large or email lot* received at our 
shop In A. L. Brooks' building, Dutton Hlreet. 
Logs, or Plank « or 2 1-4 Inches, taken al fair 

\n advance front the shove rato* will be paid for 
seaaoned Umber. For further P'fl'i"!'?" ^il «" 

Dec. r, 1604. dec-iSdtlf 


LoweU, Dee. 26, 1805. 


JAMES B. BINEB. 
dec2Td3w 


White Lead. 


»: 


A UCTION S ALES. 

S. B. PATOH > OO.T 

AccT Hiiim AWP iFPim m, 

N mmmMm§ Wood *i Uf, 

Situated an tbe Trotting Park Road, la Draa«t,V '. 
.attout half a mile from tha River Road, 

,r known as the Hyde I.«t. ' , 

We shall sell the abevs oo KKIOAT, Jan. MO 
ISQA, at I o'clock P. M. The growth. Oak. Uifii ' 
and Itlrrh, and of good quality, and the lot aceesst- 
blo at all time*. Dletance from Pawtueket BrldSB 
about 3 1-2 Blles^ ■ 

Fflten Acrt* of StanMrng Wood mtd TlmUr 

Oa tbe Old Turnpike, about half a mile OMb a( 

North Chelmaford Village, knowo be 

the " BartMiur Lot." • is 

We shall sell the sbovs on UATURDAT, Jan.! 
6th, 1866, at 10 o'clock A. M., ureeleetv, ta ' 
The growth Uold Pitch and Whtu Hae, 
SOBS Ook.-Mapls and Birch, a latga porttoa ef 18 
very heavy aud of Una quality. The lot is i 
ble at all •eosona, will come over a lavel road, I 
is not mora than three miles from Lowsll. TfSaw 
Land will be aold In one lA>t, before ths saleaf ' 
Wood, which purchaaars are reqaested toeiaariaO • 
before lbs time advertised. Purchaser* from Low- 
ell will take Westford atrest, and follow the Wees' 
ferd road lo lu lnter*e<-|lon with the Turnpike, 
which forms tbe Ar*l turn to the right after tbaao 
IsadlngdlrecUy Into MlJdleSbx Village. Sbaill4 
the day J>e stormy, ths sole will ItUe place Iba SssB 
fUrdayT 

PARTICUI..AR NOTICE. 

We have a large atock of ruriilture, Oari^alai 
ke., in eluimhert vctr taUtrnnm, which We shall 
sell at prieofs taU^ day or. ev snlog, la part as fsl>- 
lews :— l-J 

Black Walnut Bofss, Easy Chairs, PsrhyrSeir' 
Itoekers, Lonngee. Bureaus, Mirror*, WheSa ' 
Chamber SeU, Cane aod Wood Seal Chairs 
Itoekers, Msrbls Top sad Black Walnut Cents*. 
Table*, Exi«n*lon Tables, Hpring Beds, Freo^ .. 
Hound corner snd common Bedstead*, Hair, Hastu 
Cane and Ricelafor Mattreaae*, Live Oseee esM 
Hens' Feather Bed* and lliiow*, Toilet and Work 
T.thle*, Waah Htand*, H'nks, etc., etc. Also, aew 
Woolen, Oil, btrsw sod Uemp Carpetiogs, la «•• 


•»• We buy large or imall Mt of FumUmre,Cm^ . 
pett, StoMt, Bfdiling, etc., at res'ldvoeoe, ar.4 FS^ 
tbe cash raluf and remove them at once. Persona 
giving up hoaavkeeping will do well to call on wa, 
aa thar will receive ths eafwe uf tbeir goods la eaai^ 


quire of 


WANTED, . I 

intsel Honse with a Barn an J s large lot af 
Houses in Lowell. Ia*,- 


A gei 

Land, and eevsrol smaller 


K. B. PATCH a 00. 


AT PRIVATE SALE, , 

1 Counting Room Desk, 
1 Bsfs. Inquire o f g. B. PATCH a 00. 

WANTED,. _ 

Three OMtoge Honees worth ^'Oin fnWte-fBSS 

Also, 2 two story Houses worth from $1100 to 

SB.OX). loqulre of 
tvlu ■. B. PATCH ft OO. 


<d 


«.ii 


FORTUNE'S 

MUSICAL HOST. 


Tfi 


\r,i 


The only soeeesaftilly eeUMlsbad fB^tfoaMoa » * 
tke kind in the Dnlted Statea. ■ .i , '■* 


^ 


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addrea* f 

Lowell, Mass., 


Milium O. Mti... 
H. A. Mcl'lietrAi - 
John A. liu itlok, 
O- crga f. Moruf, 
Oeoigs Wilkins. 
Lea Is L. P-iria 
JoaphH. Pol art. 
1 harles Ituiibsrd, 
Bolleiiag, 


D. W. WIOHT, 

Bealir la Fleet Class rwek ata^ee fee Coal 

awd Weed. 

Parlor Stove* for Coal and '^ood : Cast Iron 
Sinks, Copper I'umpa, Uad Pipe. Ac, consUnUy 
•a hand. Also, Manufacturer and Oeaiar in Cup- 
per, Tin. and 8heet Iron Urns. „ . , . . ' 

Pumps rspalrcd, and Job work of all kinds dons 
In a nest snd s'alUfactory manner. . .- , 

Also agent for the celcl>vated Base Burning Coal 
Stove, the OKI KN I AL, which will keep Are longer 
than any other coal atove without replenUhlug. 
Call andeiamlne befire purchasing elsowhsrs, 

Jiro. W MIODLtStX i-TMMMT, LOWBLL. 
^jaaB sp u8m_ 

SM«Usier*« Fitrict Baclia 

I Curee Kidney Disease. 
SMOLANDBR'S EXTRACT BUCKU 

Cures Rheumsllsm. 
SMOLANDER'H EXTRACT BUCKO 

Cures Urinary Diseases. 
flUOLANDKR'S EXTRACT BUCKU 

Cures Gravel. 
SMOLANDEH'8 EXTRACT BUCKU 
Cures Sirleturoe. ° \g 

Ths BEST Fluid Eftrael BUCKU now before 
tbe public. Is HMOLANUKR'B. For all di.oa«es 
. abovs,aiid for WEAKNESS and PAINH IN T 


St. Anne's School. 

THE WInlsr Tsrm of ibis School will begin on 
MONDAY, Janaary 8ih, and oonUnae twelve 
weeks. 

—TOITIOa— 
English Branches........................... aa.eo 

Latin. French ,'Oerfflan{It^lsa, (each) 6'OD 

jirnwlng .....,.............................. a.Ov 

Water Colors..... ...... .............. ....... 4.00 

Oil I'aiiillnc .•.•....•.•......•... 8.00' 

OrnamentalNssdlework • , 3.00 

Muale ..t '........ 18.00 

Languagse without lbs English (each) %M 

Pupil* not connected wllh the School, ean take 
the extra studiss attbs laat noaied price. 

Appllcatliin for farther paMoalars and for the 
odmlaitioo of pupils, maybe i Sa d ii al Mr. B. O.' 
SARUK VN T't) Bookatere, Usrrlmaek Street. 

Lowell, Jan. 8, >*«». |an2dlw 


LO«(ri«Z.Is DISFBirSaBT. 

I'^HB Annual Meeting of tbe Lowell DIaaensary 
for the choice of offleers, and for the tranaac 
lion nf any other businsss which rosy come before 
It, will bs held si tbe Banking Booms of the l.ow- 
ell Institution for SavinM, TUUBSOAY. Jaaaary 
4, 1866, at S o'elock, P.M. 

OEO. J. GARNET. See-y. 
Lowell, January Sd, I8M. JanSdSt 


Il ' 


LIFE UNSURANCBI 

^^q^^^^^^j^ ! rsLV"ac',rs!te^vj:x"{:i:: 

■?*!^."J!.!'?5 "V,"^,«*8M <;^.AN^ Jt'Ni';^\:*:rcadtlylr^«n. howio conduct It 


<Mrfeelly 1 K VA LU A BLE For sale b v all A ppj 
eebrles svsrywhere. PIIICK ONE DOLLAIL— 
TRY IT I TAKE NO OTHER. 
' Bi)ai.aiow k Rooaas, Wholesale DrugglsU, 16 
Banowsr strset, Boston, Oensral Agsols. 
Jsnu sry 1, 1866. Janldtly_ 

J. H. %»IX.MAN, M. D., 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON, 

■towi Hotni, eor. Msrrimask and Kirk ' ^treeU, 
ootSJ LOWELL. MASS. dtf 


tie, reepenslble man, al- 

nass, or who can 

an Aorocr will 


HA^BIAOBS. 


14 


btSaet,! 
aepia) 


DR. MATTISOV, of Provldaaee, treau eia|a 

elvsly sll special diseases and aecldenu rssullTng . .,«.»««,.». 

from Imprudence In both sstes, giving th«n hU "sa"" "■«•*' treatment. 

tt'Soie n^fenftott. Dr. M. Is a thoroughly edueated . Boeton. June 21. 1IS8. 

physlclon of over iwsnty lresrs> espsrienee, bear- 1 •— 

Ing the highest testimonials, and undoubtsdiy pos . 

•asses superior skfll In that class of diseases to 

which hs nss derotnd so maeh lime aad attsntlon. 

ParvoBs St a disunoe, and ladlas aspeelally, har 

las 


^ |e«SflJUarn» * 

To the Uk^ltM. 4, 

OsePmRT'S MOTH AND VRBdKI/E IA*' 
TION, whieh Is at ones prompt, Infklllble, karasn 


eonsn 
■it 


^pl»"i»p»» siisMfiisfr^j. ivsarp^- 

aw inukiMof the klad.shoald'be sura and Issa. iPrepered only by Dr. B. O. Psaav, 40 lkNi4. 
soil Mm. See advertlsemeut of his «wrs ilsas street, Jvsw York -- 


for BftmM tHiimMt, la IbU papsr. 
l sp 


AHflf 


; Priee, il par botUe. 
eaplM 


For eale bv sll draff|lsts,-Al 
Send itit eireaiar. • * 


In this city. Jan. 1*1, by R^. Mr. Blanehard, 

Xt*. Thoddeu* V. Ituhbell and Mrs. I.«iicis Bmlth. 

In this city, ist ln*t..hy Rev. Andrew McKeown. 

/Obh M. Waehburn to Kllsabolh M. .lenniiwn, aiid 

fVank Parker to Klors M. Hacheller, all of Lowell. 

In Lowell, 1st Inst., by Rev. W. K. HUnton, Mr, 

Wlllimn D. Braekett.or BwampsooU, to Miss Sa- 

ti^ A. Lee, of Lowell 

ISM 


OBATBS. 


rt'lMlii^ ivsas II siv^ •*» wii^aiev* ■»* aais js^ew's^^e »t»i» 

be given to work the territory of MIddlesei Cout|- 
ly tor the NEW ENGLAND MtH^UAL LIFE IW- 
bUUAMCK COMPANY, of BesTOi(,Ue oMcsS-fis- 
ttUution of the kind in this oouHtry. 

A Clergyman, or Tescher, who Is obliged to 
leave his profcsaion for a more active mode of life : 
orarnmpetent business msn, who*ti services do 
not bring him s large pecunlarv return, pressnt,or 
prospective, would And It decidedly for nls sdvan- 
lage to rscoivs the appointment. 

No one will be considered saltabis for ths posi- 
tion but a man of ability and force, who ean far- 
nish the beat references. Apply, by letter, to 
JOHNJ. PUTNAM, Oon'l Agent. 

287 Main strssi, Worcssiar, Msss. 

Jan. S, IMS. sp JanldSUwlf 


THK C0«C«»T to MORROir AFTESNOOS 
Wo tlesire to urge upon those thinking or 
altendinK tbe Orcboairal Uoioo Concerts, 
tbe ioiporlaoe* of attaadini to-aorrow 
afternoon. The fact msj be relieti on 
that the programiaa for the afternoon it in 
all respects quite equsi, IT not superior to 
that for the evening : this is tbai>alierer 
oar best eduoated aiasieal people; there-, 
fore thoae who atteod tha first concert, 
will have, in this respset, an eqaal ebance 
with those wbo cannot go uatil Ihe second. 
It should bo remembered that the after 
toon eoneert was dmgned lo dra# off 
tickot-holders Iron that io tha evening, 
bfcaosa of iheorowd that woald otherwise 
V unavoidable. If few season licltet- 
beidsrs attend the first eoaaert, there will 
certainly be a crowd in the evening ; snd 
it is equally certain that thoae who do not 
hold seaaoo tiekala eaa reoeive no assur- 
ance of hearing the ** Unioo " unless they 
attend in the afteri>oon, because the num- 
ber admttled Ihen must be governed en 
tirely by the numbcf who go in thS afier- 
noon. We therelore advise season ticl|/t. 
holders to go io the arteroooo, to be sura 
of esesping a crowd in tbe evening ; and 
dl others, to do tho asms thing if tbey 
would make sunvof being preeeot at ooe 
or the other of tho concerts. 

The Mayor's levsb. Ths msmbsrs of 
the Cily Govaronent for 1166, bj invito 


sent. 


HE oop'irtnerslilp of IIARTRHORN, HALLfc 

^y ■ — 

ill 


I W001>S Is this 'dny dissolved, by mutusi SOB- 


.. KDWAKP HAllTSHOllK, 
• ALBERT B. HALL, 
CHAKLK8 U. WOODS. 


[Daalha are Inserted gratallously ; bat all fuaer 
4 oMces will bo obsrg^ 38 esnu. Obituary poe- 
r|r4a>4 uoUoos are obarguable as 10 oeiMs a Une.J 

Deeember SOth, 1868, Or 
id 46 years, • nsonths. 


In Msnehssur, V. H. 
Undo S. M. Ordway, sg 


HB 


sp 


dattas 


rn 


andsrslgnsd havlne fbroied a eopartaer 
ship undtrtne style of Davis a Storsr, wjll 
iSMites - - - ■ ■ 


CARD RBCBIVKKN. 

STYLES Just rs<'slve< 
M0XW9, will be aoldebeap. 


^EW STYLES Just rs<'slved at A 


BAH- 
deeM 


LADIES' AND GENT'S DRESSINO OABU 
for sale by KHOWUtS BROS, 
•etll ^ 114 Merrlaiaek street. 


signed 
'the SI 
ths lumbsr businsss 
of boiss aS soeoessors to Oils Allea, No. M MM 
dleeei Hlreet. HTKPHEN 0, DAVIS. 

Jaal41w NEWMAir W. STOMnt. 


and mannfaetase 


The huslnes* will he ronllnned under Ihe Hrra 
nameofHALL fc WOODS, we having formed a 
conartnerahlp for that purpose. All peraons In- 
del>l<H| 10 ths old Arm are rsqneeted to make Iss- 
medliile p%)Hn«nt to us. Grstefilt for the liberal 
patronage givsn tbe fbrmer Srar, we respeetfuily 
solicit a eontluuoaee of It. 

ALBERT B. HALL, 

janStf CHARLES B. WOODS. 

Pnra Oraam Tartar 

r: TALBOT a 0(). . 

|lai:katSftae«.. 


Sao occURRENCc. Last evening, Mr. 
H«nry D. Stsnton, ol this city, received 
tbe painful inteiligenee by telegraph, that 
bis daughter, Miss Elmira B. Staoton, 
with another lady and a f enllrmsn, were 
drowned at EJisto Island, South Carolioa, 
on I lie 25th^ult. No partletilara have been^ 
received, but the tact has most painfully 
oereaved not only the immediate relatives, 
hot a wide circle of friends of the amisble 
and estimable young lady wbo waa so sud> 
denly suiamoned from a life' of osefulneso 
to the grave. Miss Staaloo went trom 
this city to South Carolioa ia April laSt, 
in the interest ot tbe New England Freed- 
oien A Aid bociaty, to leaab tbe ehildren 
of tbe freedmen, at Edisto Island. She 
wss an intelligent and accomplished 
young woman. Her age was about twen- 
ly'Seren years, and we believe sb« hsd 
always bsen a reaiJeot of Lowell. She 
was an only daughisr ; ons of bar broth- 
ers is ^v. Qeorge K. Stanton, wbo has 
lately entered the ministry. Mise Stan 
ton wss a inost exemplary member of tbe 
Appleton Street Church, in this cily. Tbe 
partieulsrs concerning this sad event will 
be waited for with painfnl aaaiatj. 


Ji'DOB CaosRT yesterdsy administersd 
Ihs oath of oSoa to tba -Mayor elect for 
the tweikljeth time. He has qoalified 
.Hayort Jrflerson Banerori, Josiah B 
Krenoh, James H. B. Ayer, Elisha Hun- 
tingtoo, Sewsll G. Mack, Ambrose Law- 
rence, Stephen Mantur, James Cook, B 
C. Sergeant, Hoeum llosford and Josiah 
0. Peabody, eleven in all. The others 
who have been Mayors of Lowsll were 
Eiisba Usrtleti, Luther Lawrsnes sad^a- 
lliaoiel Wright. 


FOB BALK. 

A LOT of aew 1 S 4 inch BUAFTINO, wllh 
^"''"'"'"'•"^"TB'RICnMON-D'S, 
decSSdtf 80 Lawrence street. 

NOTiCB Is hereby given that the subscriber 
hss l>«en duly sppoinied Administrstoi 
of the estate of JOSIAH PoLLAHD KIM 
HALL. I*te of Westford, in the County of Mid- 
dlcses, deceased and has Ukea upon bimeell 
that tiutt by giving bonds, as the law directs 
All persons bsviug demands upon the eetate 
of said deeesscd are rrq-iired lo eihibit the 
same ; snd all pereon« indebted to said estate 
are called upon to msks pavmei t to 

GEO STEVENS. Adm'r. 
Westfofd, Dee. 2 i. If6 6. d20dep3s 

AT YOUR OWW HUBLEH. 

fW II()rH.\ND8 can reollun a hundred dollars 
I weekly. No utennil* required eieopl tho*c 
found in every hou*<hold ; prodU 100 p«r cent.; 
demand a* *U«ple a* Hour. Ill* the greateat die- 
covery of the age. Full pnrlloulara aenl on re- 
ceipt of two atampa for return postage. 
^ Address IIOI'KIAh k BHOWN, 




Address 
dcctGdAt*4t 


641 Broadway, New York. 


aiLVRR PLATBD C%«I<>R» 

A ND ICE PITCHKUS. Ju«t_the_good*_for Pre 


rents, at A 
St them. 


HAMIO/IS'S. 


Just lake a looK 
decl 


OYSTERS. 


W 


decU 


LYNN HAVEN OT8TERS receiv 
ed weekly from Norfolk, Va., and sold 

"••■'^'^'""'"'k%. BILLINGS, 

1U6 Central strset. 


ITiCAZlNES FOR 18««. 

I HK AROOPY; Oodey: Peterson; AlUatle; 

Harp«r; Hunday Ma|far.lno; 
Beaiiie'a Monthly ; ilonrn at Home; 


hiv 
Oood Words: Mech nl<-a' Magailoe; 
Prarlleal Mechanic*' Mngaxine; 
I.ondon lllualraled Newa; Punch; 
Chemical Newa; Family Magailne. 
Buhserlpticns received and numbers delivered 
prom ptly by II . C. H A HO KANT, 

daellS City Oovernmenl Building. 


Atlantic White Lead 
and Linseed Oil Co., 

of New York. 
Manufacturers of PURE WHITE 
LEAD, Dry and in Oil, RED LEAD. 
LITHARGE, Glass-makers' Reti 

Lead, etc. 

Also, LINSEEHOIL, Raw, Boiled 
and Rclined. 

For sale by Druggists k Dealeri 
gpnerally, and by 
ROBERT COLGATE 8c Co.. 
General Agents, 
J87 Pearl St.. NEW YORK. 


i«rl7 


•Uly 


Qpeat Ohanoe to ICake Monay,. 

PEUPOys wanted, of either sex. In every city, 
town and vllUca of MaaaoehnaeUa, for the 


ssle of the maicnlflcent work of art, "Our (ireal 
Author*." containing full lenyth portraits of ihe 
mo»t eminent writers, ^iclualve right lo compe- 
tent parties. Hmarl Airenla can clear gW per day. 
Bend alSmp for elrtnl.ir, or call on A. 8. I'KA 


BODY, 67 OuruhiU, Boston. 


nov27d3ia 


^MlgM. MANHOOD 
ASBlr now iost ! how iestoird ! 

JuMt Publithed, iu tt Senlfd gnrelnpe. Price, 6 cl 

A LKCTCRK ON THE NATURE. TREAT- 
menl, and lUdlcal Cure of SpermalorrhojH, or 
PomlnnI Weakne»«,Irvoluntary Emiaaion*, Kexu- 
al Debility, and Impedimenta to Marrlago gener- 
ally; Nervouane**, Consumption, Epilspsy, an 
Flu; Merftal and Physical Ineaiisclly, resullln 
from ScifAbuee, ko. By RoBT. J. ClLVUWSLL 
M. D., author of the Green Book, ete. 

4 A M«Mi te Theaaaada ei Baflerara.** 
Kaat under seal, In a plain envelope, lo any a 
dreae, post paid, on receipt of ais canU, er Iw 
poetaae stamps, by Dr. .1. O. KLINE, 
^3r Bowery, New York, Poet OStoa ba«4,ISS. 

BOVT 


•Sn 


DAVID HTDX, 

•TOOK 


AND 


t 
STOCK 


MEMBER OF THE BOSTON 
AND KXCHANOE BOARD. 
Office In Boston, No. 18 ExehaoffS Street. 

He may be fbnnd In Lowell at Wm. H. French' 
Apolhecsry Stors, cor. of Central and Merrimack 
Sueeu, afternoon and eveninf. Also atihe Depo 

House. No. 4» Andovsr Street. sevIlSdlslp 


A FiMi PICTO'IB. B. B.. Russell, No. 
AS Cornbill, Boston, has pablishad a 
photograph, for sarte de vieite albums, 
representing the 8|ate Oovernmsnt lor 
1866. in the centre of the piotore Istbs 


FOR sale by 0. 
Jaa3 


milfftBD BAT. 

FliaST ObJCUTT, Joet reeel/ell and for 
by . ^: B. UVIN08T0N, 

ao- >MM ^ -' ' - Ve. • Theradlke etHSf 


lioa of Msyor Peabodf, mot at hta resi- 1 State ht^e. anif around it ars artiatieall/ 
dencf last evauiog, aeeordicg to custom, 
00 "iaauguration day," in jsars psst. The 
several dsparlmeota of ths UbverDment 
were well repreaanled. Tbe early part 
of the evening was spent, after the wel- 
come groeling from his Hoaov ,in a soeial ia- 
tershaoge of thought, the diseuasion takiog 
a wids range, but no theme feeeived very 
eahausltve Ireatmaot. At a oaitable hour 
ths guosts wars (rsaiad to refreahmanta, 
not store azoslleot than hooatlfal, which 
all ssemed preparad te esjey. Then Ibl- 
lowed mitoellaotoaa disansslon, whi^h ws 
aball not undsrtahe la deSeribs or repsri 
At Eleven o'eloak prohahly very luk re- 
mnioed to keep tha Mayae f^ss aaeded re. 
poas, sfHsr an alrdaoas ^^ Isbor. The 
ISTSS was» ve doubt aolTipiUUj sgrssa- 
bis to all prsssal. 


srraysd portrsits of the OoTemor, Lieu- 
tenant Governor, Treasorsr, Secretary of 
Suto, Auditor aod Attorney General. It 
is a very attractive picture, and aella for 
only 15 cents. 

Intentions of MAstiAas. There were 
406 iaieotions of marriago rooofdod in 
Lowell laat year against aSl ia 18f»4— a 
gain of 77 or 23 par eent 

Ws regret to learn that Mary Emily Fea> 
ter, daughter of Rsv. £. B. Foster D. D. 
forsterly of this oitjr, died al Wast Spriog. 
Aaid sa Saturday lasu Faaeial ta-asanaw 
M S o'oloek, P. M. 

Bee slaawhsra the aoooaaoeflient of a 
■•atlag of the If iddiSNz Msahsaio Ano> 
pistion this oyeaing. 


American and Foreign 

Re H. EDDY, 

90UI0IT0R OF PATKNT^. 

LaU Agent of U. S. Patent OMm. Wa^ington 

(undtr the Act afWXI.) 
76 State Sireat, oppoelte Kilby ttreet, 

jtottt'OM. 

AFTP.R an extaoeire praedoe of upward of 
twenty yeara, eontlnucs to seeura Pataats 
In the United States; also In Qreat Britain, 
Frsnce. and other foreign countries. Caveats, 
gpeeWcsiions Bonds Assiftoments, and all 
Papers or Drawing* for Patents, eteeuted on 
reasons>^Ie term .and with dispatch. Raseareh- 
e* msde into American and Foreign worke, te 
determmeths validity aud utilitv of Patents or 
Invention , and legal snd other odviee render- 
ed In all mattere touching the same. Copiee 
ef theeioims of aay Patent furaished, hy re- 
■Htilne One Dollar. AssfanncnU recorded in 
Washington. 

No Aginry in the United Statu potteeiee eu- 
perior f>ieititie$for obtaining Patents, or aeeer- 
tatntng Ihe patentobiiily of intentions. 

During eight moathe. the subscriber. In 
eoorse of his large practice, made on twice re- 
iacted sppticstions, sixtbkn AvraaLa ; sva- 
BV one of which wss derided ist Ate /over hy 
the CommiaaioBer of Patenta. 

TBeriMOiiiALa. 
I legard Mr. Ed y as one of theatosCeofM- 
ble and swxsssfut pracUtlonera with whoas 1 
have hsd oflcUl intercourse " 

CHARLES MASON, 

CoBmissioner of Patents. 

*' I hsva BO neeitation in Insuring Inventon 
that they cannot employ a person aiore coaifM- 
tent and trusltrorlhy, and more capable of pBt> 
ling their applications in a form to aeenre for 
thm on early and favorable aonalderaSiaa at 
the Pstsat OiBee." 

BDMUND BUBKB, 
Lata CoosmissioBeff of Pateals. 

• " >*r. R. H, Bddy haa auida for me TfalR- 
TBBN aiipUeatlons, on all but oira of which 
patents have bean granted, and that is Now 
pomMne, laeh wsimletakaMa proof of great 
t^tand ability en Ua part iaadamaat ra- 
aommand mlt InvoBlora t« aoph to him te pro- 
euro their patanU. as «hay may he sttre of hav- 
ing the aaoet lUthflil attention bsalowsd on 
thSir easaa, smd as vsry reeaonahle e h a s yaa" 

Baelea. Jaa. *. IMS. jnnM»uwlf 


WIPK— "n szpeet some ft'lends here to spen 
theHolldayewllh us.-' 
"Then you must got* the Mebbimack Tba 
Btobe and get aome nice Tea aad Old Java Cof- 
fee, and pure Spices." 
•'l know where It Is; itie 

Bo. 3 Mocrimaok Honse, 

Oppoelte ths Monument." 
deelStf 8. A. UICUAHOSON, Prop. 


An 


or Vaw 


aiatsnt Christmas 
IT ear's Preaent. 

A PHOTOGRAPH of Ifca Marhle 8l*ne of ffc- 
A NOBIA, In a beautiful rustic frame. For sale 
at SAJtOBANT'S Bookstore. dee« 


rOB SALS. 

A^ On Westford street, IMO fcet of land aad 
■■eotlaga house (No. 1) thereon, eeatalalas 
Sve rooms and basement Sited and now opened aa 
a market. Price Sl.MS. lo^ulro of tbe subscriber 
on the premises. CoREAD. 

Lowell, Nov S6(h,IWI. novSMSiaf 

Diaries for 1866. 


AFRESH 
less tlian pub' 


Naw m Aiaifra a?ii» n«s e»»iLLrjroH. 
MtOaatralatraet. ^^ Seeia 


decM 


aad ibr aale at 

iBIVIW BFB iVWWa "l 

SAROBAMT'S Bookalore. 


sapply Inel reeelved 
ji pabllsnsrs* prices. 


ONC E MO RE! 

1 luve to oSisr lo the public a 

LA BOB SSLMCTIOy 

—OF— 

RICH GIFT BOOKS 

ptiacHAaB* roR nbw tbab*s eirrs. 

Call and examine them. 

F. P. €^UUmBHAM.lH 

Bookseller and Stationer, 
81 Merrimack ftreet. 


ti' I gteet you as a host^ - , . ^ 
tenfold the pages of my heart, ' 
Aod rsad ther.tln your weloooM.** 

Baa JoHVsev. 

A VdsIcsI Periodical, designed to eirculsai ' 
among the Home* of the People, is no new idea, 
for tbe want uf it has been so long felt, that tkesw 
arc but verv few persoue, mueically inelioed, t* 
whom tbe tnought has not aai orally suggested li- 
oelf. In Europe, a dorcn work* nf thle "lass ealeL 
which circulate hundreds of thoossnds of eeeSsd. 
Tbey are lookrd for wllh the aame ezpeetaa^ ao 
the Weekly I'apore, or the Monthly Magastnee. 
Their popularity arises, not so much from the CsetT 
ttiat tbey arc cheup, as from the fsct that thsy are 
a collection aifording a eariety In styls, eoeal aad 
iiietrumeot.tl, calcul»ted to suit every laots. Tketr 
chi-ostncaa la, ot courae. a reromi..endatlon, for la 
all of llii-m, ss in FOKTUNK'8 Ml'HICAL HOST, 
tlie MukIc given for flfly cents, would, In separata 
piece* ut the Mueie Stores, eosl oeer thraodollaMJ 
A saving, taking into conaideration ths adoUimhle 
manner of their production, that no one, in tnsaa , 
timra, e«n afford to <1eepl*e. 

This Monthly Publirallon, now In the eem«' 
menccmenl of Its third year, haa met- with a sua* ' 
seas altogether unprecedeoted la lite history of 
Mualcsl ezperimenis, silher in America oria Eu- 
rope. 

Cbetp Musical Publications haee bliberto foUed 
because they weie Just as cheap in Ibeir style aC 
production as tbey were In their ecoie uf chargaa.. 

The Publisher of the MUrilCAL HOST is da-, 
trrmlncd to make this work a model of beauty in ' 
Style, and arllalic In every rs*pe«S, Aral In the su- 
perter ezcellence of it* Music, comprislag I 
Compoaliions by popular writers of Europe i 
America, together with cholct selections of I 
Arins, Uvrmsn, JCnglt^b and American Songs, 
I)u<'ts snd (juarluitca, I'lecea de Hsion for Plana 
I'ulkaa, Mazurkaa, bchultlachea. Quadrilles, and" 
otin-r riano Music, sttitaMs bfUt for amusement 
aod instruvtlon. 

FORTTXE'S 

MUSICAL HOST 

Is printed In the best manaer, upon fine and eoetip 
paper. Its TlUe Page and Illustratioos are l>eaa'. 
tiful in design, ' nd engraved In the higbest stjria. 
of Ari. Escb Mo ithly part contains from four to 
Jlz nlsrea of Mua>c. 

The work Is edited with a view to sultevefy 
Uate, snd Its contents are both popular andolaasSS, 
combining lbs duie* et utile. Condarlad en 
nrlnciplu, Ihe wor<t has met wHh Ibe i 
iMg succeas, numbering ita subscribers froiq erarji 
fctate In Ihe I'lilnn. 

The ML>>ICAL HOBT ,has been established lU 
a flsld of labor wherein ail otht-r oeplmaU had- 
failed to secure a footing. We are, therefore, lad 
to infer that we have adopted the right coavea 
whereby to meet Ihs requirements of tlie dIseetiH 
Ing and progressive Musical world of the Unltect 
States. 

Our long experience In the publishing buflneea 
wsrranta us In. promising thst the ezpcctstloae ef 
our satMKriburs, in regard to the enaraetar, tkac 
growth, and tbe siiccvss of the MIMICAL HOST, 
will >>e iburuughly soUalted. Fur upwards of a 
quarter of ui'cntury we have beon aaaurlated with 
eminent publlalicrs, and everyt literary enterprise' 
with which tho name of Fortune has been eoa-' 
neeled, hss f>een euoeeasful In the fulleet seaee>ef 
the word. Never having known fallares w<a av 
nut propose to moke iU acquaiolaoos now. ,. - s 

FORTimE'S " • !l 

MUSICAL HOST 

Wlll^rresner contain, each month, besldee thff 
usual sliteen pages of new snd eartfUI^y aateSSM 
Muste, eight or more aagee of Literary omliar et> 
a varied character, aoo fall ef intaresi to mtaeeaa- 
noous sa well aa to mualcal rsadors. Ia tkU d*n 
partaenl we shall oomprlse Htorles, Poeaw% 
Sketches, Blograuhles of eminent persons. Mast* 
eal Item* and X'rillrlsra, Book Notices, and UW- 
rary Mlarellany ; and It will be oor aim to maka 
the Llterorv Department of tbe MUSICAL BOffP 
oompleta, lively and gopular. . ..» 

We have already commenced the 
THE LADY'S MILE, 
a naw novel of much interesl, by Miss M. K.JIrfa\ 
don. This work will be continued from lOOBth Id 
month, until completed. ' ' 

Many raloable subeeribers have, In time 
interested themsalvss In cirenletlng and pi 
the sucreaa of the MUSICAL HOST. Wa 
IbMt such friend* oaybt not go narewardedkyak 
leoal some token of oar grateful sppreelatloa sC 
their services. For this reason we Dave made ar? 
rangeinenta, at great cost, lo present to every par- 
son sending us eighteen dollars, annual sntaiscr^' 
lion, for a Club ef Fonr Sabset liters, tat MS. 
a copy of ths kreal National Work of Art, - T 
"OUR GREAT AUTHORS."— A LimAar 

PabttatthbHomb or Wachinoton Inmmm* 

This supseb Pistare, whlsh hae sailed : 
quallfled and unanimoas aparobation, both \ 
ground of its great artistic ceauty as war* 
wonderful eorreetness aud strength Of 
tralta, is endorsed by the entire Press of I 

The scene represented Is ths home of ' _ 

lou Irving, who le surrounded by the MJmMi^ 
dlsilogplshed Amerlsan Authors: ,,| 

W. B. Prsscott|Oeorge Bancroft, W. C Br 
ODver Wendell Holmes, R, W. Erasraon. 
Willis, Bsysrd Tavlor, O. P. MorrU, J. 1 
more Cooper, H. W. Longfsllow, Nathaniel Basr^ 
tboesM,^. O. Whittier, Fits Greene Balleek, J. fti 
Moilev, J. R. Lowsll, John P. Keaaedy, MaherSOi 
WIntnrop. , 

This elegant work has been eieentsd la tint, tia* 
U by 31 inches, on hesvy paper tO by 30 In ch es. sA 
a cost of eight thousand dollars, and forms one sI 
the most besnllful. coatly and Interesting iJltlSreS 
ever pressnted to the subeeribera of any perlodlaMi 

Terma for 1806. 


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4 Copies of Uie MUSICAL HOST tor 

and a eopf of '* Ureal Authore." Or < 

1 Hoirr and 1 ; 

\ HOST and 1 Atlobtte Monthly, I 
, __ a "iy Magaabs, 1 SOVi 

TliOST ana 1 Qomo Journal, I year, 
1 HOST and 1 Lady's Book, 1 ; 

1 HOST and 1 Laiiy's Friend, 1 ; 
1 HOST and 1 Natloaal Magastne, 1 l 

Or for flfteen dollars ws will eead , 

1864, snd 'J, 18«», of ths MUSICAL JHOSf, 
lu splendid llluetraled Olatk, SHB Masai i 
numbere for 1806, ss pablishad meathly, aaa %.- 
eopv of ear •< Great Aaihoir%e fcrataa a talaa#A ' 
Musical Library or eleguSTpreaaatsMsn taTiaa ' 
seAsoa. • 'A 

TSe bodirfl voITimSe. 1 and t, eaa M P-^ " 
gaatly Bound. Frtes Bia DaSisrs eaeh, 
firee to aay sddraae on raaetat of i 
Single n««beta aad eoedmeu < 

' ira.lOIOsMerj 

S^ Oaavaaslaa A«eata 
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~^*ni Cop«'Hrn-r»»Ttp hfn ttiforr i-ilallnf brtw**n 


itopoMd ufthi' t>ui>iii4*« !•• Mr. Kdw AMi> liAii.r.t. 
11m buatnvM uf (h<- lal< Arm will h* arUled hv ikc 

Si»k>r pdTtnrr, who »HI n-innln fi>r lh» pre«»nt at 
• UlraUuit. Uralrrul to Ihf rlllti'mor l^owrll 
r tiM Itbrnil pMmniiff* be»«uw«i upota lh« •u>r» 
ferlkcpiMl iwrtily iwu yr»r., Ih.y .ollclt* «»n 
Un«aii«« of Ihr aaim' for ihi-lr •uci-.-»»wr, •"■■•?■' 
I*«, kiiowliiR hlin to bv • llx.rouifh •(><« •klUul 
Apglhrcary, aiid b«ll«»iii|f he »> • «n<l««vor lo 
M^HUwt In lb« fii«ur.- lh« tvpuUlton the alore haa 
•nl«r«4 111 Oir pax, aa ri(|iir.U ihr qualllv of Iha 
■tedMiiM. llir c»i* M»e.1 I" dl.piii*!"*. aiid partJc 
•U»trih« /'rM<r<P/<""ft/"' '•»""'• . .. 

llr.I.OMAKi.|K^ooD *!''/«i; "'"•»"'• •* 
-«-^^ ^ «A^^lKL•KlUl>b:u, J«., • 

I«««ll, Oct. axh. l»6i.' ocUMtf 

T^HK ui»aeralfr»»d havlnr trrrcd • full appran- 
Hrrahip «li>> H. 11. Whiln.y, of l.awrenM, 
MadkavliiK had* rareiit «-i|>frtciK:« In thci wrll- 
fc»<WH yaiablUhmont uf C:Hiwt;ll. Mack tt Co , of 
Jf^H York, would n-nptTlfully announf* to tha 
•iHMna ol IxiWfll ihal hf ha« piin-haat-d thv^vll 
kiMwa l>ruK stort- of Sam'i. KinDrw, Jr. k Cn., 
w^ara, bjr alrirt iieraonal alU-mmn lo bunlnvi-a, h« 
bo^ I* in«-iii It roiillnuaiice uf Ihr pairuiiage ba- 
at««ra4 on the late Arm. 

KDW Aim BAII-KT. 
gaorraaor lo Bainuel Ikldder, Jr. Ii Co. 

TUB «n4rralrnr<l havinf formed • eopartnar- 
ahip unitt-r the airle uf K. lb K. Bailey, will 
auWIaua the Apoihi^ary buBlnt-ai aa auc«H-m|pr* m 
tfani'l Kldarr, Jr. M Co.. eorix-r of Urrrimark and 
JobnalraaU. ricKUKKICK B.\II.1CY, 

KDWAU1> HAILUV. 
UtwM, Dae. lat, IWt . <»tf 

ttTtnn MII'L UK vOKPKlTeD Hi 
%hi)^)\) Utt L. UtX if faiiing lo cur* in 
l*a« ikm* thaa auy other phyaiciau, more effec 
tab|l7 *i>4 permanently, with Iraa re»trait<t frOB 
•MVpaiioi ur ftar of eipoaum to all weather, 
with aafe and pleaaant niedicinea, 
SSLP-A BUSK AMD SOLITAKY BABITS 

. Tijfir effect* and ronaeojjencef ; 
8PRCIAL AILMF.MTb ANU SITUATIONS, 

Incident to Married and Single Lailiea ; 
BBCKKT AND UKLlCATK DI-URDBRS, 
l^WWarUl Affeetloni ; Eruptlona aad all Dia- 
•M««of theSkin; Uloeraof the Noae, Ihroat 
aad B«d ; Pimple* on the Face; f>welling«if 
the Joint* ; Kervouane**; Conatitutional and 
otkn Weaknraae* in Youth, and the more ad- 
▼aDMd. at all age*, of 
BOTH 6EXBS. SINGLE OR MABBIBD. 

DR. L. DIX'8 

PBIYaTB MEDICAL OFFICE, 

•I «««le*t.. Strwct. B*aC«a. ■»•••• 

ia ao arranged that patlenta e%a never a*e or 
kcacotlMr*. Kacollect tlie onlt entrance to 
hia OAiMk No. 21. haviag no eonnaetion 
with hia eaidence, conaetiuenly no family in- 
lerrupiion, *o that on no aecouut can any per 
•on heaiuu applying at hia office. 

• DR. DIX 

Mdlfi 'mirrf I (and it aaanot be contradicted 
•■•apt bi Qaacli*. who will aay or do anything, 
•Ten perjure tbemselvca, to unpoa* upon pa> 
tienU) tbathe* 

u naoiiLT BBorLam omjLnr«Ti ranratctan 
amravTisiNO im bostom. 
SIXTKEN YEARS 
•Qgaffed in treaunen of Special Diicaaea. a 
ftMOt ao well krown to ma^y Ci'iseB*. Publlab 
•M, Merehanu. Hotel Pioorietora, ie.. tha* 
baU much r-romraende , and particularly to 
^TKANOBh.S A^D TRAVELLERS. 
To avoid and eaeape Impo-iti'in'of Koreih,ii 
•■4 Mauve Quar.ki, mor* t»*unenm* in iioatoii 

Umb otkvr large ciiie*, ; 

liR. L DiX 
. prwdlv refer* to Trof aaora and retpeeUblr 
nylician*— many of whom eonauli him ir 
•tttieai cases, bectuaeof hia acknowledged Mil 
aM reputation, a(te.ined thriutfh ao long czpe 
riMce practice and obaervati 'n. 

APFLICTBD AND UNFOhTUNATE! 
W-not robbeJ and add to your sufferinga in be- 
iBf aeceived by the lyiiia boast*. iui*rep<e*«n- 
tationa. (al*e promiaea and pre enaiona of 

FORMON AND NATIVE QUACKS, 
who Know little of the nature and character of 
Spaeial I>l*<-a*e* and LBa* aa to their cure.— 
Some ethibit fbrgea Diplomaa of Inatitution* 
•r Uollages, ^hicfa never exiated in any part of 
tha woild; o'Jiera rsbibit Di^jlomas of the 
Daad. bow obtiiaed, unknown; not only aa> 
iBMlBt 111 adverti»iMilB the naii.e* >.f tboac 
Inserted ID the Diplomat, but to funher theit 
iMpuaition aaaume namea uf other most rele 
brated Phy*ioia..* long aince dead. Neither be 
deceived \)y 

QUACK NO»IRUM DEALERS, 
tliTongh fat e certificate* and refeienofs, and 
reeommendatioD* of their meHicmea fry tke 
4m^, who cannot esp se or oonuadict them; 
A who besides, <o. further their impoaition 
••py from Medical booitk much that is written 
of the qualiiie* and efl'••ct^ uf different heidt 
and pUnir, and aaerib; all (he aanie to their 
PUU, b-slraata, ^pecifca, ac, moat ul which, 
if Bat all. eoi taiu duercury . becauae of the ai - 
) atom beUef of it* ' curing eTerytblng, ' but 
D*w kBOwn to * kM more thkL is cured," and 
tkaa^ Lot Killed, eonstltutiunally injured for 
life. 

IGNORANCE O^^ QUACK DOCTORS ANI- 
NO.vt'HUM MAKUIH 
Thrnush ttie ignoran<-e of the Quack Doe- 
tor, knowing no u<her remedv, he reiie* upon 
MlBCVkT. arid give* i' to all hi* patient* in 
I'lUa. Drop*. Ac, ao ib«- .No*uum Maker. 
•%ttally iit.orant, add* to hn *o-c tiled Es 
taaeta, Bneeific, Antidote. Ac. both relying up 
•• lu effect* in curing a few in a hundred, it ia 
tTBBpcled in Tarion* way* thr'^uiihout the 
}f H^ ; but, ALas ! nothing ia aaid of the bal- 
aome uf whom die, other* grow worse. 
i urn lef' to lin«er and auffcr for month* or 
BBtil relieved ot cured, if poaaible, by 
ipcteat phyticiana. 

BUT ALL QUACKS ARE NOT IGNORANT 

MotwithttaBding the 'oregotng fbeta are 
%p*wn to some Quack Doetur* and Nostrum 
Hl^Ura, yet, legardUss of tLc life aod health 
•f oibate. there are thoae among them who will 
•««■ pariura tbam«el*ea, contradicting giving 
MtTOTiry i« their patient* or that it is contain 
•4 te their Noatrum*. so that the " usual fee " 
Mat •• obtained for pvpfesaedly ciiring, or "the 
Mlar" or "fraction of it" may'be obiaioed 
Ibf tiM ^oatmm. It Is thus that many arede 
••ivad also, and useleaaU apeod large aaaounu 

•it aBfOTiBMBU la ^uaekary. 

DR. L. DIX'8 
4hKrge« ara very Btoderatc. Communication* 
■Barbtfly confidential, and all mav rely on him 
itiM strictest secrecy andconfidenoe, what- 
' aay be ihe diaease, condition or altaaiira 
•I tOT ana, married or alagle. 

Madieinea aent br liail or Expreaa to all 
fiutaof the Unite 1 Bratea. 

AH letters requiring advlee maat contain oae 
dftUai to inaure an answer. 

Addreaa Db. L. Dix, No. 31 Eadicott atreot. 
Boaton, Maaa. 

Jan. 1. 1M4. i»Bldatawly 


BOSTON ADVERTlSfMNETS, 
VBOOTABXII 

Polmoniiry Italsam, 

FOB 

C«agli« Ulds and Ubsum^iUb. 

Esutllahed 1*S6, and sltM tb« beat known reme 
dy for all airvctlona of il>« Luihis, Throat and 
Chest. Be careful lu gri lit* friiuiiie. 
RB.IiO,CVtl.KK ft to lla.l ■ pr>prlet ra. 
LARGE DOTTLES, tl- SMALL, »OCTfl. 

PURE CGITlIVER oil 

Botilad exprmtlp for Mftitinnl »«e, by REKT), 
CITI.KK A CO., who havf fHclllUus for obuli.ltiu 
Ull of the uioft rellabls qaality. LabuC Uot- 
TLBa, $1.00. 


THG f ¥6! 


THE 1^.11:! 


DR. E. KNIGIIT haadlaeoVered a new 
trtnlaieiit for the Eyt', by which h« Is 

ciirliiK somi! of the worat'caaca of Blind 

neaa and l>««fa«ss avar kuowu, without tuatru 
menu or pain. 

O 4 M ^U I Dr. Kiilghl'a new treatment for 
Cancers suritasaes all olhera now In use. It cures 
without knife, plualer or palti, and heals without a 
scar. Every kind of Diaease treated with ureal 
sucreaa. Humors of every kind eradicated from 
tS*"^™' ^'» fharge for cousulutloiis, OfScv, 
tt* Tremout strtiet, Bustuo. 


Luxuriant ttair 

Bogle's H)-perion Floid res 
Ikigle'a EUcirlc H.ijr Dye, 
Bufle's Wiga ami lialr Wor 


lor AV, 

Bogle's H^-perion Floid restores and dreases flair. 

Beat III the World. 
''ork, New Improvemeiita 
iSurpaaa all olhera. Cheapest, best, audwuai re- 
liable. Try t B« conviucea. 

THIC i^EVt feikT l*rOVKRY. 

«»- Mystlkoa, or Bogle's Mistlc Ualr Tint, beau 
ererythlng for yKing a splendid and natural color 
lo the Hair, &luust>ichea or Eyebrovps. One prep 
aratiun, no trouble, complete and perfect. 

W. nutJLE. 
Wigs aod Hair Work, 903 Washington st. Boston. 


OlsAtlBIO HAIsI*. 


OOniffERCIAL ACADEfflT 

will rb>opao«epUaber A for tba raaapl l oa ot r«|dla. 
UaY and MJm NINU. 

IirriCLLIORNT Biodenta of either a^t. may ber 
giialliy UinuitaUee 'n a few waak^ t<> taka oharic* 
>l any eat >>( Books, with oonAlaneo aad ability. 

A Dill commarolal ooura* aomprlsas HlQj;ln am 
rv>«bl« Rnlry Book-kaei'Ing. Paamaaahlp. Btislnsa 
Porma, as Nolsa, DraOa, AooBplaaaaa, A«.; Inlareat 
V>«raga Commission, lasttraao^ Kxotoange, Uis 
)rnnt, rroflt aod Losa 

rmtlea far Fall Cearaa, 91f,>..naBa Vm. 
llMlteJ. 

fltudants of to«b saia* alec laoaivad at any tim* b) 
bs (juartar. by lb* gnoiivh, or by thalaaaoa. In Arllb 
aeilo, AlHebi*. Oramiuar, Uialury, Lalln. PrbDoh, Br 

Tvmoa la anvaaoa aa fourowa: 
PenDiaaahtu II I MIBIH. . » fOO 


■uiKia Knlry, 
Double Knt 
One Month 


Double Kntry, ' 

, l)av Hchaol. 


AOO 
•.no 

•.60 
• 00 



DISEASES OF THE BLOOD* 

BR. H. ORRKI^Fhaa for more than twenty 
years (flven apeclal attention to Ihe treatment ol 
Oaiicer, bcrolula. Humor, and all I)l*eas<.-s of tli< 
Blood. Ills nllice is at IB ienipla fl • e, 3rd 
door fh>m Washington street, Boston. Parepbtet 
descriptive of treHlnieot, sent free. Ofllce hourp 
from U to 3. Ills ludiau IU:m«dles for sale only at 
the office. 


FAIRBANK'S 

Premiam SUidtrd 

SCALES, 

Made of tbe Best MaterlAls, fn the most thor- 
ovEh manner, and receiving CONSTANT IM 
PUOVEUE.NTB under the supervision of 

THIS OKIGINAI. INVl-NTOR. , 

EVEHT TARIETT, A* 
Hay, Coal, Railroad, I'lalform and Counter. Drug 
gists'. Confectioners', Butcher*', Grocers', and 
Gold Scales, Beama, Bpring Balances, Ac, Ac, lor 
aal* at our 

, WARKHOUSE, 

X18 nulls. Street, 

Bus TON. 

FAIKBINKS BKOW^ & CO 

Bold flf[ Lowell by CRASS, SARGENT ft CO. 

A I.AIiV who has been cured of great nervonr 
debility, after mnnv years of niiM-ry, desires to 
make knowu to all fellow aufferurs the sure mcanr 
of relief. 

Ad.lres»,enclosinKa»tnmp,MRS. M. MEUKIST 
Box UA8, Boston, and the prescriptioD will lie sent 
fres by return mail. septtdly 


11- 


LaKOIjKAIP.4 

StR^APARILlA COnPdiliMI, 

For the cure of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Scrol 

Uln, Droimy, NeurnlfttH, K|illepi>y, Vlryalpelas, 

Boil*. Tumors, Milt Uheuin, L'lcers and 

borea, KheumallKin, I'ain Jn the Mom- 

ach, I'ide and Bowel*, Debility , and 

all complaints arising from 

1MVI;UIT1E8 or TUK BLOOD. 

For •ale by F. H. BUTl.EU A CM..^cornpr Cen 
tral and Jiicksou alreeU: J. U.UAVEti, It Central 
atrevl, Lowell. , 


Chird^M Friend! 

Perry's Worm Tea 

AP.\FE and effectual remedy for all kinds nl 
Worms found in Ihe human body; also a rvr 
tain cure for Worm Fits, Worm Fev« r, Tene*mii». 
Ac. rosseaiilnK in it* conililnntion eminent ctenn 
aliiK and streriKtliening propertie*. Its u«e will nl 
wnys Improve the health of the patient, wbnther 
Impaired by worms or other causes. 

Priea Tvreaty-flwa CeMte. 

Prepared only by JOHV A. PEUKV, Chemist. 
Boston, Msss. Sold by F. U. Bt'TIJCR K CO., 
cor. Central aad Jackson sle. )y37dtai1I 

DR. 8TIUCKL.\XD'S MELLIFMOfg COUnn 
B.M.HAM la wnrrantcd to cure Coughs, Cold*. 
lIoar*etie*s, Asthma, Whoopln» Cough, Hore 
Throat, Consumption, and all affcctlous of tbi 
Throat and l.unir*. 

For ssle by DriiKiri'ta. 60 cents per bottle. 

OEO.C. OOODWI.V ACC, .17 Tlnnover Btrect, 
Boston, Sole Agents for New England. 


One Month Kvealoe 8*hi>oL 

.I4>» M MrO'lT, rrlm-t|>«' 
For the last twenty years leaebar In tha public 
and private acbool* of lA>wel^, . 

Lrt>w*'l Autfuell !*«■* agrtdf 

BliSlV^SS fUlXGI?. 

WM . D V A H has this d.vy adm'tted 
• Mr. B. M. WEED to an tnterost In tli< 
Keneral hualness carried on bv him at hia old ptaiid. 
.Vo. 41 Central «lre«-l. Mr. Weed haa fur several 
year* given hi* whole Mttenlioii to the severji 
IirHfie.lie* of busiiieaa carried on by me, and we an 
i-oiitliient that all who fnvor ua withlhfir patron 
;iye will llnd our good* the best the iparket iiflbrd* 
while our prices will be as low as the same qualil) 
iiif good* III Boston or elsewhere. 

Our flock of rtniio*, Svrapblnes, Cabinet Or 
»Bns. etc., etc., will be kept comulete, both fr aal< 
and renlinK. ^hvvl Music and Musical Works oi 
iill kind*, rirtureaand Ilcture Frames, Oval am' 
Square, for ('holograph* and ruintingit, In gruui 
viirlily, and at greatly reduced prlcta. 

Particular attention paid to this branch of oiii 
bunhie**. .Vli Ihe vnrioii* style* of the day ui 
hand or manilfactured nl *hort notice. 

Onr stock of Clocks and Timepieces Is the large* 
in tho citv, and of Ihe best ouallly. Looking (j lass 
I'S and Plates, both, yrench nnd Oermuii. of. all 
sin*; Ola*«v* nnd f'ramc* re glldtid and repaired 

.Vlao Agent* %r Singer A Co '* celebrated (few 
ing Machl.iea, and th«"UuioD" Buttonhole Mi>- 
ihines. W. U. DYAK. 

lAJWell Oct. 2. IMS. • octidU 


Reputalion Eslablish.edl 

Jflrn, S» at. •Mfiru i» truly 
It public benrfncirrss^ atn: 
htr ujoudtriul huccchs H 
nnprt€€dfttted. Mter fanv 
and her diMCorcricft- huvt 
gone abroad ^ and lo-duy 
she in in her line the larff' 
t'Ht mawafiietureHH in thi 
world. 

Everybody Interested. 

VoHlh and old age art 
alilcebcnf Uii'd by the n^e oi 
tlMra, S .#. •iMlleu"^ tVtrM\* 
Uiiir ReHlorer and Miair 
Orentfiiig, They act direct- 
ly uston the roots of llu 
hair, causing luxuriaiti 
growth and bvauty, Voui 
*^air,i/'clu»uged to gr:y t^r 
white by kirkncss or other 
rauhen, will soon be rcH'or- 
cd to its natural color and 
beauty. Dnndrutt' craiti- 
raffd forever. Thf KM;. it 
falling stopped. Tiiew.oyt 
dclicat hf ad'drtss t:r botf 
\n(t can be torn tcith'^wt 
fear of soiling. Tite most 
delightful fragrance to Ihi 
hair is itnparted. Ef you 
wish to restore yi-ur tmir. 
its in youth, and retain it 
through lift', without tic 
lay purchase ft bottle of 
jnrs, S.^t.^itllen'^H U^irlds 
Ualr Restorer €ind Or(SS- 
ing. 

Sold by SroggisU throngbont the Vorld. 

ruiNCii'.\L raij:s opiici:, 

tM tk 900 CSraeawich St., Ne«r.Vor!i. 

Bopt.S«,18AS. aeptas'ly 


TO fiJAuTll^f Tni COMPLEIION. 


TrBB WinHa' WMtt Liquid Knamet." 
I ' amel " will ramove Ui« worst eaa« 


NEW, A DVB UTI SEME NTS. 


ir^ 


The "En- 
eaavs of Tan, 
Freckles, Pimples, Moth Pnlibe*, or Hunliurn, In 
from fbur to sli dsys. It whitens the skin prrma- 1 
nenlly, and Imparla a frvaliiie** and tranaparenry 
to Ihe eomnleilon, which Is nerfeetly natural, and 
without liijurv to Ui« skill. Kotollells Cvmpleto 
without It. Price by mall, sealed and postpaid, 
SO Cmils. Address C. F. l^lltlLTH, 
o<'tlS*Sm 284 Klver tit., Troy, N. Y. 


fg ILDKN FKWAr.K SEMINARY 
■ OBCUTT, A " 

excellent; Cou 


lllBAM 


■curr, A, M., mncipal. Accommo<UII<ins 
of Study c ■ 


^VO.>lllKRriILI.Y HrKAKCK. 

MADAME V. H. PEimKOAULT, 
VVTIIO ha* asldnlsbed Ihe sclantlfle classes of 
VV 'Paris and I.<iiKton, has now permanently 
located hrr«i If at Albany, N. Y. Madmne IVrre 

fault, by Ihe aid of her wonderful Instrument, 
nnwii aa Ihv lloMoMcnPR guarantrra to produce 
a *ira like jriciure of the Intur* husband ur wife of 
lhe|ialron, lugeiher with ib« dfcle of inurrlage. 
leading iniUa of eharacler, orrMpatlun, etc. 

This la all humbug, a* tlioii*ands L>f testimonials 
can asKcrt. Phe will send, when Jlcalred. a writ 
li-n guarantee that the picture 1* what it pur.iorta 
lo be. 

By stalinn a«e, helghl, oompleiion, enlor of eyes 
and hnir, ami Inclosing M) cent*, nnd *lainped en 
Tflnpe. addre«sed lo yourself, you will receive the 
pictoro by rclurn msll. 

Address Madame M. If PRRUKO MIT, 
octl«*3m P. O. Drawec'JDS. Albany, N. T. 



BCAUTir. 
4 


I'BniV, Gold 

an. Flaxen, and 

Cl'Kl.rt pro 



8ltken 

duced bv Ihe iiae of 

Prof. De Bkei X'a 

KHISKR I.K CllK- 

VEl\. 

One applicntlon 
warrsnW'd to curl Ihe moat alralghl and stubborn 
hair of either sex Into wavy ringlet* or he.ivy ma* 
*lve curlH. IIii* been u*ed by Ihe fanhionab'le* of 
I'aria and Loudon with the mo*i griiUfyIng re- 
sults. Do<>s no Injury to Hie *kln. 

Price by mall, sealed and poal paid, ^1. Dea 
crIpUve circular* aent free. Addreas 

BERGRU HHl'LT^ » CO., Chemists. 
P.O. Drawer *:, Troy, K. Y., sole Agent* for 
(he VolUtd States. octl8*3ra 

WHX«K«RS 

A HD Ml'HTA- 
'^ CHKH forced 
to grow upon the 
smootheal fiice In 
from three lo Uve 
week* by UKing Dr. 
bKVlUNE'?' HKH- 
T At RAT IK It 
CAPILLAIKE,the 
most wanderful dUeovry In modem sctance, act 
Ing upon Ihe Benrd and lluir In an nlmoxt niiracu 
Ions manner. It baa Inh-ii used by the elite of Pa 
ris and London with the nio«t Hmtirlug ■ucees*. 
Names of all |Njrrhasers will be registered, and 11 
eiillre satisfaction i» not given In every Inatance, 
nie money will be chceifullv refunded. 

Price by mail, aealed and pa*t pnld, (iL Des 
criiilive circular* and tt-Ktlinoninl* mulled free. 
BKlUiKK i^llLLTiC k CO., ChemisU. 
P.O. Drawer 21, Troy, N. Y., sole Agents for 
Ihe United ftaf" oell8*3m 

L. H. ItXUUJkJilJttUN A CO., 





:)fflce No 


108 r-entral St. 
of Ilura. 


cornt- 


,.. „ . ,, --■* cxUnsUa and Ihor- 

oujrfj , Hoard of iDslructlunlarge, experienced and 
efllcleii(,and rj/zetNtrn leii IhuH ot any olHcr tfh-Hft 
of the Mmfor.ule. Rtghly pnplU In attendance. 
Huroiiiernntl Fall Ti-rnia. Wliilsr Term bvglns 
Jan H : 8ummer Term, May T. IBM. Apply early 
lo the Principal. •• . 

West Lebanon, .>f. II., Dee. 18M. 


aODI^'S LAOya BOOK. ^ 

ARTIIUUs HOAIIi: MA(JAZINE. 

BoUi Magnxinoa one year, for f 4..'W, For sale by 
New* Agents ev<-^wliere. Addresa 

L. A. UODKV vim i\ H. AU IIH'R A OO. 
' [ t-kiUuteliihin, I'a. 

I'AK'- TIIK ll>KT!_MOOREM RIIRAl. 
NEW YORKER, the great Agrlaultural, Lit 
ernry,and Fanflly Weekly. Ably eonducled and 
(Inely printed And IIIukI ruled. Adapted lo Iha 
whole C4>uiiiry. Lurgesl circulating journal oflla 
cl«»* In The world. Only $.1 a y. nr ; less to eluh*. 
Great Iinlui'einenls (('a«ii Premium*, etc.) to Club 
.\gi'iils, ami one wanted In every town. ,Vom) m 
the Timrtit SuhtrUte nmd form Ctubn! Sped 
nun Numb' r*, Show Bills. Inducements, etc.,sei»t 
rri«. Address 4.. u. *. ...uunA, Koibe le . 


K F.STERBROOK & CO , 
8»•^'l p«n lidau'if lOMirers. 

These eidrbeated Pens, of GRNI'IVE AMERI 
i.\H M ANLFAliTUUK, are for sals lo the trade 
nl I heir warehous) *, 

4a J h.i t.ee:. New York, nnd 403 
%rrh 'lr«!Pt t hil.taelphiH, 

nnd nt retail by all stallooers and bookseller* In 
the United State*. 

PATB2VT orrzccs. 

Inventors who wUh lo lake out Letter* Patent 
are iidvUeil lo c<iun«el with M«»*r*. Ul'.V.N' & CO 
edilor* of Ihe Siieiitiflc .\merlcan, who have proa' 
eiuud claim* before the Patent Offlce for nearly 

rweiily V.nr*. Ilielf Ainerluaii and European 
I aleiii Agency 1* the mo*i extensive In the world. 

V painph i t. containing full Inalructloiia to Inven 
lor*. Is sent grails. Address Mt'NK k CU.. No. 
Si Park K«iw, New York. * 

lirnrral Soilhrm ^nad A^eiry, 

No. 02 BaoAnwAT, Nrw Yoan, 
Have Land* adapted to all purposes for sale nnd 

'.v.'.'.*"' 'il M* r""*; •^'"<* •■'»<-l'»'-l«*. f"w and Grist 
Mills, Mill Site*, W Mier p.iwers. Country Store*, 
I'aiinerles, and openliiga tnr all krimhi of Meihan 
ics. Great liidiicenienia uffi-riM lo persons going 
■^oulh, eillier singly or ii\ cuMimiinltles. Call or 
send foriuforuiatiun nnd CMlalogues. 
WRIGHT, CAKTERA CO. 

SOUTHERN LAND. EMJORATION, AND 
■5 PU DUCT COM PA.NY, 

So. 71 BroiHtmt!i, "«'"• TuV/ Strert, X. I', 
' Iffers for sale 4.(W»,000 ncrc* of the finest and most 
wiluable Land ill Uiu Sou hern Males, at exceed 
ingiy low pri.iit. ITacla from lOKlto i0.i,i Kill acre* 
I'otton piaiilHtioi.s, Farm*, Mineral and 'limber 
Land*, etc. Iron Work* and Kumnces.Cual Lands 
>llver Mines, ale. Tllles guaranteed. 
W. H. QUINCY, Secretary. 


NAW ADVERTI3EMBN'TS. 


«r; A Piiraiofto«i«Af, Vk»w «r If AaaiAoa, 
eohlalning nearly MO pages, and 190 Kra PLATE 
KNGRAVINGH of tb« Anatcimv of llic Human 
Organs In a sUU of Health aiiJ Disease, with a 
Tmailaii on Karly Krrors, lu Deplorable Cons*- 
ouence* upon lbs Mind and Body, with the Au 
Ihor's Plan of Treatment— the only rational and 
auccaaafUl mod* af cure, a* ahown by the report of 
cases trealed. A truthful adviser to Ihe lunrried, 
and those cootemplalliig ninrriiiye, who enlerlalii 
doubu of Uielr physlcifl cundllioii. bum free of 
posUgs lo any address, on receipt of 'U cents, in 
stanius ur po«lal currency, by addnsslng Dr. LA 
<;U01X, No. 31 Maiden Lane, AHuuiy. N. Y. The 
author may be consulted upon any of the diseasu* 
iipoa which hi* honk IreaU. Mcdlolue* s«ut to 
any part of tha world. 
' ' • 


Agsnta War ted. 

• lOA a month « III be paid for young men to en 
gage In a new and bOMomWe business. Moth local 
and iravelllnK agents wanted. Kor . Ircnlars and 
terms addruf* L. L. TODD * (M.. 
W Naaaau siroot, New York, 

1^' A wrrr— Agents to sell our Goods or Ihe 
b«sl Palani KIghl thai hits ever been olTor- 
edlo the public. The machine is more universal 
ly used, and pays a. larger piofit^o Ageuls,.lhan 
any pnlent article U Uia market. Patent Hlghts 
b'Hight and sold olTa Cornhlll, Boston, up sinlrs 
Office hours from 10 A. M. lo i P.M. 

D tj.SBOUN A CO. 


Dm. scPHssroK - 

IN BOHTON 

8chfick'i Fuimoiic ^jrvp^ 

ttKA-WSKP TUNIO 

AND 


A 


S. 


LOWKLL, MASS 

\l^ Monet) to Loan nu Gold and Silver Wan 
a. Jewelry, l»rv Oood«. Piano' Fortea, Beo" 
hoes, Carriages. Harnesses, Ac , .♦c' 

:Li~ Watchbs and JawaLUT oeatlr repair) 
ind warrantea. 

XT Kitkiem. Waatero aid Canada Mont 
inught. ' 

N. B. — An eiidV.'s va ietv of Uaredeeme 
ProperiN for "ale CHEAP. 

v.* ftlCBAMMOU, r. L. RICHAmOaoll 

a26 dif 
PIAIVO FOKTEK. 



DR. 8TRICKL.VND'8 PILK REMEDY ha* 
cured thousand* of Ihe wnral oaaea of liliiid and 
Bleeding Piles. It gives Immediate relief and ef 
feet* a permanent cure. Try It directly. It la war 
ranted to cure. 

for sale by all Druggists. 60 cents per bottle. 

GEO. C. OOODWIS' ft CO., S8 Hanover Street, 
Boston, Sol* Ageuu for New Xnglaad. 

aepll d3m 


W^] 



FOR SAI.K IN VIIKJINIA 
nh ALL FABMa 

ON JAMES RIVER. 

OYX ni SDltED ACHES AUD LPIT.tnD, 

lllcb " »(• tlom l.inds " adapted to the culllvalion rif 
Urain a-id Produce, tvell watered nnd ea*y com- 
<niinlcnlioiiK with niarl-et". 'I he climate lure eiiii 
•ilea Fu' iiier* lo work all the winter, and Stock 
doea not require klalilliig vera month. ^ I'rice, 
♦ l.l to i«3i per acre, ticC'iDlivy to hupriirnhfiit*. — 
A'ro fur Hiile, Mills, Mining Land* and Plaiita 
lloua. Apply earlv lo A. II. WAIIREN, 

. ~ 11 Merehiuits* Kichatige. Boston. 

ILS(»N'8 EARLY BLACKBERRY. Lnrgc, 

Sweel and Proourtlve, ahead ot all otii. r 

Rl ckberrli* iii ninrket, nnd bring* more money. 

I rice per mall, 1 I'lani, fl; 12 plunl*. f2L / hil 

i/W;>llit<i/;'i*7>//r>tv, 2 Plants, $1; 12 Plants, $a.— 

ceuil for I'lUnlogue* gratis. 

WILLIAM PAlt^tY, CInnamlnsun, N. J. 

OKOIKiK W. tiKRH"^A CO. 

MAKirArn'REK* and nrtLEHa in 

WALNUT, CUEalWUT, AND PAINTED 


SILK BATTIN6| 

J a new article fo^ 

COMKOHTKRS. * 

KEYES ft TUCKER. . - 

Hovl Mtf^^ 1S4 Merrimaek^reet. 

FOR Prt4 WD Y4. 

Prints and Sh^etiog 

25 and 28 Penis. 

' KBYE8 ft TUCKER, 
novlMtf 134 Merrimack si. 

8IL.VKB WAPKlW BINSSI 
KAiKr« XiiroA " 

MADE of nnre Cola, of every variety and price. 
atSANBOUN-S Silver VVarc and .lewelry 
Manufactory ,T:orner uf Central and Middle streets 
lAiwell, Mass. ^ nov.Bdtf ' 

1866 DIARIES. 1866 

4 LARGE assortment of I>rA/tIKS\n % great 
variety of bn ding, for sale at very low prices 
for the times, at HARUEANT'S Bookstore. 
<1*<^ Clly Govurnnieiil Building. 


[Copyright aecurad.j 

Ur. ll!ailiK(iii'8 ^ore firniedle.' 


—FOB— 


pedal IMseases. 

INDIAN EMMENAGQEUE. 

BTT Prepared eipressly fo 
Lsuiga. and i* superior to any- 
thing el*e for regulating the sya 
lem in ra«e* i f obstrurtmi 
frrm whatever caute, aid iheie 
fore of the gre»'e»t value tP 
tlinne who may wiith <o avoid at- 
evil lo which they xrr liable. 1' 
taken a* direeied. !• will c«f< 
any cn$f cu-ab'* hy mr<ltetne,v ^ 
ii la »l»o ptrfvcti^ tnfe. Kull 
direcflona aeenupany e«ch bot- 
tle Price 810. frr KEMKM- 
B£Il ;— /'Ai* meWictitc i* ''«*««*.- 
eii ■ jf>r»i*ijf for obbtinaii 
caaea, ir^irA i// CHEAP rtmediet of the kitit 
have fai'edto r^trr ; nl* thnt it t$vnrranted nt 
repr^ient'd IN K.VFhY RK-PVCr. or <A. 
price ifl.7/ h* refuntiett (uf I'.FWARF. OK 
IMITAT10^S• at d especially those i ivinga 
AfiunterfeiTof my Indian Funire for a lecep- 
H - Bi B l;; B K U R N I T U BiS,4-tlAh —None ir nuit e nnle*' oMsinH at Ur 

ydt'i'ioi.'i, OJfif'. O* 4<*''«'* •*■**• tf<'A,crt». 



The abore i* a coriect ikei c»« nf Pr. Pehtiek 
taken msiiy year* »go inimriiiately after ha 
ha I reciivrr<d f'um Coni-uaiiuion W|)en the 
first wai^tuken be weighed '07 pound* | at tiM 
iresent time Jtis weight i* 2S0 pounda. 




rpoTHC LADlB«.— n>e celebrated Db 
X L DtX particularly invitee all Ladte* who | 
Citi%M»4i^or Surgical advieer, to call at 
kia Eooma, No. 21 Ki'dicott HUeet. bo*ton, 
Maaa.. which they will find arranged for their 
■p»idil aMwamodatlen. 

Db. DIX having davoted^rer tweatyyvar* 
to thi* particular branch nf the treatment of 
■11 dlaemaea peculiar to female*, it i* now pon- 
Mdad ky all (both in tbl* country and in Eu- 
rope) that be escel* all other known practi'isn- 
«gB la Ike oafe, af acdy and «ffa«t».:;l ireatoMnt 
•fallteaelc eomplainu 

Hie medicines are prepared with the espreia 
yryoae o< removing all dl*cs*e*, *uch a* de 
llUty, W'aknr**, nnoatnrki inppreasloni, en- 
l^gMMOla of the wumb, also all discharges 
wklak tow from a mor old state of the blood.— 
Tae Doctor ia now fully prepared ta treat In 
kis peeuliar a^lc, both madieidly and surgical. 
ly, all diaaaaes of the lemale saa, and they are 
^y— tfally invited to call at 

■•. SI B»«l0«tt Street, B*Bt«B. 

AM Itttara repairing advice must contain one 
laKarte ananrt an answer. 
BMtoB. /an. 1. 1860. ianldSuwly 

r 


Oltj BUI Poster and Distributor 

Ttt sabeerlber attends promptly to the Postlac or 
MilrtbatlBf »( Bllta or Ulrcnlaj*.or avary de* 
•iMlM. Oharge* roasoitable. 
~' O IB I W laoatved a*. So. *t Cenlral Btrsat. 

tCrtk* aad? regalBr BlU'ootsr !■ »he 01«y, 

' -T— rr B. L. num. 

.fft.lMk *bll«a|^f 


PARAFFINE OILS. 

kVINGbeen appointed Hoir. .\OBlfre roa 
LowEtL AMD vicmiTV for tlic sale of B.M 
LEY ft KATON'8 PARAKIINE OIL8. far Ma 
chlnery, Ac , have them constantly ou hand and 
for sale al MsMi'rsCTt'RFJut' PHioaa. 

Attention is called to these Oils as being made 
exclualvelyfrom AMKIUCAN CANNEL COAL, 
and having no connection with thr numeroua Pe 
troleum Oils, now aoM under lb* name of Paraf 
flne hy irresponsible parties, who endeavor to gain 
credit by COPYINU our circulars and our dircc 
tlotia for oae of our Ult*. 

C. B. COBUBN A CO., 
Mechanics' Ilulidln|. 
Lo«ell,8*pt. 8, lau. aeptSdUanl 

"• €iANPA«Nlt AtKs 

The attention of the pahtie la eolicl 
ad tD the tuperior ijuality of BAuM* 
UER'8 fresh brewed CHAMPAGNE 
ALB. This Ale is brrwed fresh at all season' 
OfthS year, and the Iteepintt ouality uf it, adpe- 
Matty of such brewed during the most eicvssivi 
^ot weather. Is fuaraateed for any lenartk of 
"lime. Fat sale in hhds. bbls and half bhls. 
Valy aflat in JUlwell.U. O. KMBRSON^ 

Mo. 128 Aoflbik Street 
Jan. 1.1862. . m. .... iaaUtf 

OONriDBWTIA£.~ 

VeSNa MEN WHO HhVt 

iBlured themselves by certain secie 
bsUta, abich unlit ibem for buslners 
^ plaaaure. or U>« duties of married lile 
also middlkaged and old BOD, irhu. froB* the >alll<)* 
ol youth, or oilier aautea. leal a dabilitv In atlvancA 
ol ihelr yetiB, lierors placing themselves under lbs 
tiaaimeuiol any one, snould drsi read '■ 'i'aa Hat 
CBav Panaa." ■srnet La<iie*, irishinf to avoid 
aa laareaaij of family, will Isam sMtetl.'ne of inpor- 
Boa by peruaiDi -Tw Haaaar Paiiv*." 
8*01 to anr addreas. In a sealao eavelope. on re- 
ilpt of TwsDly live OnnU. Addrss* - 

DBOBAH ft.tlUART« CO.. 
Maroh U. IIM. (dlvl Bo*loa. Maa* 


l-XIREMT RIVER LUi.^O COMP.iNV. 

8ALRM. MA8.->ACHUKKrih. 

VLLIHriTK LEAD (In Oil) madeal the Poaasi 
Kiva* Miu 'is warranlodto b> gruuDd Id ibt 
>e«t Old London 1 DsoodOil; and its su|«rior 'jual 
ly for Bom. Dbtiso and Paravssa, It Is i>ellev<« 
I Dot axoalled by any eatablishment Id the world. 
Ill Wblle Ixad made asabov% and marked "War 
anted Pure,"*ls PaaraorLi Pv 

The great body aod eapaeity fbr covering c( thit 
yCad reDdar*>< cheaper U> the consumer than otbei 
>eadR. It is conrtdcnlly believed that KM) lbs of li 
vlll do a« macb wnrk as 13.^ lbs oi most other braodi. 
This fact bas been alaled by soma of the beat paint- 
irs In Ibis vicinity, la Boston and elsewhere. A fall 
rial of ibc article Will convince any praotioil (Unpie 
udicad) uainlor that he can work easier and l< 
.Toaler anvaDtaxe with It, than wItA any olber Leae 
low olTeriDg to the puldle. 

TheOeneral Acent, who peraouaiiy-BaperlMtwd 
be maDufbotorti of ihia Lead, haa been engaged In 
be Lead BuslDess for nearly a qoartsr of a century 
iDd hU evpevienoe, eoonected witii imponaal Im 
irovemflnt* 'n the inode of manoK- ore.anableehip 
ofvniish an article Itiat eaDuot aorpaaaed. 

Lead manufactorad by the "t • st River Lead Oon 
MUiy," osm bs obtalnnd at the anofacturer'* prfct 
I CHARLAB B. COBURN, 4 and. 6 Meehanir 

tnlMag. iHittoB straal. Lowell aprMd 


Mj&IC STORE! 

— ABD— — . 

Frame Manufactory. 

w 


H. DYAR 

S9 CENTRAL STREET, 

Continues lo keep a Urge STOCK of 

LOOKING '"GLASSEJ^ 

FOR SALK, and mrnufactures to order aii 
•ice or stfia. Btnpluys good woikmen o 
i^ramcs Ut L 

l^OltTHAiKvs 
*'^^' PICTUH^8, 

& PHOTOGRAPHS. 

Ova) and othir styles. Ornamented ai<d Plain, 
ReglidlBf and Repnlrlag Plata* far Uia 
Attended lo. 

Imitilifti Gold MouldiiM t8r liliChci) 

A large Stock of 


RUVG 4( GRIFFITH, 

NO.TT MKRUIMACA STRUCT, fM)LK AOENTH Pti 

ALLKT DAVIH A Cs.'* celebrated Orand an' 
-quare PIANOR, for wnleh iheV received th' 
Hrst I rami uDi over all other coii'p>iUtor* ai the lat< 
MechiDlcs' Pair in this city, have uonslanlly on ban 
a g • 4t asaor*ment ot t^e ahove-oamtxl makers' Pi 
a'lu ones, al siaoufaclurei*' prices, wabssiitbd, I 
every particular, to he the tiest P-aao Porte* made 
M. a— Piano Portas and Mekidenas to Wtt. 
Lowell J oaa* I MM Ie9dl> 


•ILVBB FSniT KRIVJES. 

MADM 0§ COIK. 

^aVW STTLBIi jaat received at AlfCOiH 8A^ 
A SOU'S Kll ver War* aod JewiAf^ ManoOse 

^^ eXCanUat and Middle street*. Lo«r*1l 

novaMtf 



_ CANTTK rrn RANTS received at J. 
Iti.M. nCABfiON'S. 

Bsak Bloek, BhaUaek etreat. 


vani 

ft/.ll. PEAKHONH, 
Baali Block, tshaUuek streak 


V2^ 

*i^/MSS^tV% PSKMiniTK Jn«t reeelvkt ky 
jr MtUMtQit WCminl u. *V^ 


90VXBlf OB VALVES. 

PR Mstionary Knglnte of • ^tidsoh'a Pa 
lent," Hochester, N. Y., also, "Pitts' Pa 
tant Oloba aaA. <d«»f ar*ar Valves," for aatai) i 
1..* , H.R hAaȣJl. 
'•*<•♦' No. 8C.ntraUt.# 


■faa. 


6BAND CONCWr tlAHO. 

^SBS^tJl:,^ ?J^ *** *** '-l^wora ef is* 
■HBHBformlDK thrmuaisal publio that ha bas 

11 9 Q PElli > 'l^»^«««' "•" 'Bass foil 
°^T^ !^.T**m'***.: iB'ormaiioB Id ranrd to It 


Sept 24. IRAQ. 


Ac, Ae.f Ao. 


pp24dtf 


U 


Mraet. 


tfl' -*!L *''^f *• received this dsy al Wo. lU 
1^ aerrimMk atreet, by KNOWI.Kh BUOH 

«k''ai-a;r""*^*---*-'«:s)r 


OOIiTON'S 8KLECT FLAVO^BS. 

OF the cholea Krnila, Spices, ete., for maklr.ir 
lee Cream, Pastry, t<auo4-s, .lellles. (.'ustards, 
Blane Maniie, Oaii«, ele. Kvery heusakeeDvr and 
lover of < holce flavors should try these Klavnrinv 
Kitracts and compare them' With others — being the 
t>est and most economical. 

J.Hc J. M. I'KAIIHON are Ihe A (enU for I.ow 
all, llBVtBKB Bank Block, Mhattuek St. septi* 

BY ROBXllT B. THOMAS, 

and ' , 

London Atmsnao. Illnstrstsd, 

rOR the year Il«».^ast received and for aale 
al COUUKAHALL'tt " 
atoie, ftl Marrlmaek eirsaA 

A 8 aaoal 
/\ Sim's 11* wemmaaa street, a vary raras 

of RAIM UMBUXLLAH. le Uma eT tojrtrc 

prepare for storms by going to ItNOWUCM BUUH 
aM kuyiag BM al a vary 4r]r frtw. 


Slalionery 
>•.., :: ttvrl 
',. \tl4»"l- 4..«ai ' 
head, br KNOfrLRS BROS, al 
slvrs^lU^lf einimaaa street, a vary farys slock 


Relfigrralon, Iturciiux, VVarJrobcv kt. 

I ad -i MoliHc *• II* k, lUymarkal Sqaare. 

B- >.vr tj.v. 

' he /*inerlaan submerged Fump 

Was nwaided 7Vo .lf>«l<i/ji at the late Cbarltalde 
Meeh»iili'>° Kiiir, KoKion. It Is the simplest, moat 
diira'ile, i/ic. ;ie«l fi.rce -unip made. Kiilirely of 
ia«l lion. h;i» ifjHir. iiiy or /LieLiil rottm, cann 
•-iinMot K<'t out of ordwr Ilellvers tr<>fQ 'JU itala. lo 
lu.wii Kals. per iiilnute. kvery person can he *ult 
rd iiccurdliiK lo Ms waM*. Kultiilile for farms. 
Iiouxe, factory, ship, and gvuerui use. It Is an ad 
fnlriilili' Hre Knifli.e. 
AtURVKltklX A CXI. General Aarnts, 

IS Merchants' Iluw, Boston. 

••HB 'SAL^M I l;0." 

^■lltXiailED.BY OOVEUNMKNT TO &n^. 

* I>IKIC8.— All who d<*lrean ArtlHclHl Liu, 
unrhalltd foi Ci niyV r/, (i/iiiruRHrc, r. «N«.fry iii.d 
rir-j.iiirr, pieii*e •in<l for a circular to the b.VLKM 
LLU CO., hiikni, Muss. 


h.v liir'K I if for ihf Ii ir 

will restore Orny Hair to Its niiir.l5Al.vrni.nR, 
'/rrii,i,/Aei<*anil /i/'..,»i./r<i the itrowlh o- the weiik 
■ •** h»lr; Hop* li»,riillln|{ out In ihriediiy*'; kiep* 
'liehi'iid elvi.n, cool, nnd hinltliy; cnn l,c need 
Ireely ; contain* noihiiiK Inlurion* Thr Im-,1 ll^iir 
lfret,;iii/ rrirt.jfiritt /.- //(.• publir. It 1. r.-com 
mended nnd il-ed t'y Ihe flr»t medics' aiilhortly — 
<old III II e <lriiif «tori'M, anil at my nllice. No. I.1C3 
Urou.lway, N, 1'. 1 asfuri- all peraon* tne above 
prepar.-illuii will do all that i* cl:iline>l for It. 

ti.VUAU A. CtikVALlKU, M. D. 


VtlVCKAlVD 

f-ABM AND KRITIT » ANDS. In a mild and 
hi altl|ful cllmiite. Thirl) miles xivlli of I'hl 
ladelplila by rallroiid. In New .lersey, on the sami 
line ol liitliude a* BalUmure, Md. 

The Holl I* rich nml fniMhirlirf, varvlnu from n 
day to H SMiidy loam, aui la Me for Wheat, Urass. 
Corn, Toliarco. Fruits nnd Vejii tables. 'I his i* a 

frrent/mtf eimutrf/. Five hundred Vineyards and 
>rrhaids liavo been planted out by ezpcrleneid 
fruit ifTower«. drapes, I'eacbes, Pear*. Be, pro 
•luce Immense proliu. Vinelknd la already one of 
the nio.l beautiful places In the Cniled States.— 
The entire territory, cotisi*llng of flAy aqnart 
mliek of land. Is laiil out upon a rcnerat *y*teni of 
improvi-ment*. The iand ia only sold to aelnni 
KCllier* with provision for public iidoriiment. The 
pincp, on acrount nf Its Kr<-al beauty, as well n* 
other advanlagas, has become ihr rrtort of pntfih 
nf to'tf. It bas Increiuied Ave thousand 'pnipli 
wilhln the pa*! thnie year*. Churehe*, Htore*. 
HchooU, AiademU-*, Societle* of Art and Leiirii 
ln«. a d other elem^'nt* of refinement and eunurc 
hnvr been InlriMliiced. lliindied* of people ar* 
con*tantly settlliiK. Hundred* of new hoii*e* are 
belna eonslrueled. Priee of Farm bind, twenty 
acre lot* nnd upward. $25 per acre. Five and ten 
acre and Villain lot* tor sale. 

U^ills and V'eiri'tiilile* ripen earlier In Ibis dl* 
Irlct than in any oilier locality iiurth of Norfolk, 
Va. Improved place* for *aU«. 

OpeniMR* for all kind* of business, Lumber 
yards, Manufactnrle*. Foundries, Hlores, and Ibe 
like ; and t^loam Power, with room, can be reMed. 

Fo» persons who d'-sire mild wlnlers, a health 
ful climate. Bud a food soil, In a country beauti 
fiitly Improved, alioundlnir In fruits, and pos*eN« 
Inir all other aorlnl privlleire*, In the heart of civil 
ixnilon. It I* worth V of a vl«li. 

Letter* an.wereil nnd the Vineyard Bnral, a pa 
per KtvinK full Informallon, and eontnlnliig lie 
port" of (<olon Kohinstm, sent to applicant* 

Addre*s CIIAH. K. LA NIMH, Viiielaiid P.O., 
Landls Township, New Jersey. 

AVom Itrport of Solott Hobln'on, AffrirvltvrnI 
Etiilor oflkr JYihutir • " It m our of thr mott rx 
lrn>irr irrtlle trm-tt, in an nlmoH 'Urrl jtutilum 
umrt nlttiUr rondUUiH for ptroiinnt fnrmiHg thtil 
*cr Iwm) of thit title of the BVslrrn l'r»irir>'> 

""v' - dfct«ai 

snuoiffos' 

Pateit Burarr and Pttr«IcaM 

riaid, 

CiAIf be obta ned In Lowell at Ihe following 
/ stores : 

F. II. Chandler k Co., Vt\ MIddleaez Street. 

K. F, Clark, i^ Merrbnuck Hlreet. 

Ktleknsy A fpofford, corner Bridge and Third 
StrveU. 

1. W Whittemore, 45 Kast Merrimack Rtrcet. 

(ilhson Bfoa., corner Hridife and Paga (iuecu. 

J. W. Nash 111 (;o.. Wo t>iitriil Mreet. 

M. Ilemenway, Stl Cenlral r-lreel. 

Ii. B. Orange, *W Merrimack hlrcKl, 

Bohonan K liHriie) , liale'* Mills.-'" > 

J. Melian A Co., I'rearott Htreet. " 

J. F. I'uflli>r, .>larkeSblr««l 

Jacob Nichols, corner Lowell and Duttnn fireels 
I AisoatwbolssuleaMdrMaiUt I'KKMiiN NOYKH' 
Furniture Kooni., 3W and 4ii Market Street, where 
also can be obtained a aew and Improved LAN. 
TKKN for burning flpid. 

Wholesale llenJqUSrtersof the Pymond's Patent 
Burlier A Petroleum Fluid t.'o., 44 India Htrect 
Uo*k>B. Viaumti NUYIM. Agent. 

""f ,1 clf'at 

I/9IRFELLA8 AND I*ARa 

t"Ol4l B«4r and refMlrad, Caaes la 
ivory and Uold aattlng, PlBkii^g, \im 

broidaring, Ac, .te.,-at { 

UYAR« MUHK 6T0RB, 


PZtBS! PYlBSI FZI.BS! 

\LL outward applications are time thrown 
nw.y. llAnitl>OX'K P ItHT.\ L I'll ' l.i >z 
KN'OKS it move Ihe cauM-.vla.— Coallveiiess. They 
•ir<- the only perninnent cure of Ihe I'lle*. elilier 
lileeding or blind. For *nle at No. I 'I'rcmnnt 
I'eniple, and bv ull UriiKgisU, or will be sent by 
mull on ciicIohIik no cinls. 
J. «. ILAUIIltiON A CO., Proprietors. 

CATARRH 1 

rrn. WADswoRTiPa • hv i Pis a sriiK 

Cl'KK lor Ihe above complaint, nfler nil other rem- 
edie* have fnile^l. f»o aay lhou*nndaof iho*e pa- 
llenls who have given it a trial. Uo nut heallate, 
but procitf-e the medicine al once. It »ll| not dl*- 
iippoi^ft you. bend riamp for a pamphlet nil about 
I.Aiurrh. I'ur »Hle liy the Pioprlilor, II. B. BTK 
KINO TON. Providence, H.l. Also for sale by 
Druggists generally. 


WAMi lAOR Ajro CKI.lBArV, 

An Rsaay of Warning and Instruction for Young 
Men, Ju*lpubll*licd by Ibv Howard Assuciatlun, 
and sent In si-aled letter envelope* free of diarue 
Addrvss, DK. J. MKikLKN IIOLiUlTON, 
lluward Association, Pblladel, Ida, Pa. 


J. H. WINSI OTT gt CO. 

[RsT.vBLlaiiRn 1M0.] 

100,000 Wiiebff. Ih iPK, ilvrr Articlri le. 
**.» •» M taoo.oooi 

TO BK SOLD AT ONK DOLLAR EACTI. 

WITHOUT UKOAKD To VALUK I 

And not to br jMiiifur nUtll you Inoto what yoti are 

lo ytl. 

\ A SPLENDID LIST Or ARTICLES. | 

lor|Oo|dHunllng Cased Watches, tUfrOO'l 

lUMioldWat.be*. 7(H)0i 

3iiu;Ladl<«'UuU| Wauhea, ^ «) UO ' 

JKiO Ladle*' Snd Uenl's bilver Watchek, IH 00 ! 
riMSi Iti'volvlng Castor*, l.'S no lo 111 UO 

3,l«Kl lliinkliiK Cups, 7 OiHo loUU 

S.WXiOval anil Chns'd Oold BraceleU,ft iKi to 10 00 
«,0U0 Vest, Neck and «iuard llhams, 6 OU lo 10 UO 
S.IMO Ladles' Callfor. I)liiinoii<l Kliiirs, 3 IS> lo 8 00 
I, (W Mai(ln Spring and pinap l.0ekwts,4 UU to lUOU 
1U,0 Uold Pens wllb tjllvvr Muuiitud 

Holders, • 4 00 to 6 00 

10,U00 Onld Pens wlHi Silver Silen 

slon Cnai-a, 1 4 00 lo A 00 

S.OOn Kit* Ladles' Jewelry, 6 oo to 10 00 

6,U(M Tea, Deasirt and Table Spcona 

perdoxen, 12 00 to 24 00 

6,000 DesM-n and Table Fork*, per 

doren. 14 00 to 24 00 

4,000 Biitlir Knives, per pair, too to 10 00 

:i,i»iO Napkin Ulugs, per pair, •UUtolDUO 

31 .00)1 ol her articles, 4 OK iB 10 

CtrtiflcMiea of ail thcvartooa articles, suting 

what each one can have /are first put Into eiiveL 

opes, aealod up and mlied ; and when ordered, are 

lukcii oui wlihout regard to choice and sent by 

mall, Ihns gMnir all a Inir chance. On reci Ipi of 

Ibe t'erlilieme, you will see what you ran have, 

and then It I* at your option to send one dollar and 

take the article ur not. 

Oneol lliene envelopes willbeaenthy mall on 
n-celpt of Meent*; Ave for gl; eleven fbr It' 
thirty for S6i Bitty flv* tor flUi cue hundred lor 
fi.*). 

A QKNTH wanted everywhere. Orrat induce, 
niuni* to Ladle* and Oeni* to acl a* such. Fall not 
lo aend for ircular, #M«B gKva apeelal lerais.Aill 
list, and particulars. Address, 

.1. B Wir*M.OW A CO., 
Ifa. M PtapdwiVt Mow Vork. 


have board in the city during ire.itmittt. 

DIUREnc COMPOUND, 

h'or lUitHitre o' the Vrinary Organt mult- 
twf ffitm .mpmtteuef c»ua tig imy>r»>»er ni$ 
rharrr,! hrot, tr-it-tion A? It lOHtatnt nti 
f'npniva, t'uhibt. iurprnl'n*. 01 ny oihci 
nflen^-ire or tiij'i lo'ia rituir but is a fate. sure. 
andp/c<i*an( remedy that will ■ ure ir. one hal' 
the ti ne of >inv other, o» lb» /»««' tvillbrre- 
fundrd. Ynu that h vp been taking Hmltam 
6'npaBio 'or ininiha withont benefit, until ale>' 
ar'd pale vour brca'h and clo he* are fainted 
with its offensive odor, throw it **By and seno 
for a bo He of this Sure Remedy. It will not 
oiily cure you at ouLf, but also cleanse the 
sys em from Ihe, bnr'ful ''ruira yru have ben. 
■skinir to Intig (jy For Chrome cs'ea, o 
moi ih* anil even i*i»r*' durution, i« is a »i«r' 
ct«rc. Try it once, and you mh rever tsne 
• he dl* nu*' ipg iristore* of finltam Cit)ai."> 
agiin fS^ line lar^e n -t le geiiCtLllj suffi- 
cient to cure, — Prrrr 9A« 

ALTERATIVE ^YRUP, 

For Imi ur,lift if the Hlooa' retul'tno from 
tmjirudrncr, cniiii*>g Kruvttom or the Shiu ; 
S*ir* I'htoat. Utiu hond Svte ; /.MS of Hair. 
Old Sorrt. .'<*eelii- gi Pn nt ■ thr B(mei,and 
all othei tii/ni of an ortirepofon inth* tyttem. 
lET* Nm remetv i-ver disc<>«rr»d ha* done wh it 
ha* <»een aciiieved bv thi*. It enred a gentle- 
man from the South. i(ot>pi% f. t KeiTKOrt, nnd 
for wnich hf prriefiied Ur M. with ft60'', after 
har'ny b'fn un/*er /A# frrafment of thr mart 
emi»e.it phvii iant in Baltimoie. PhiUdetphM 
and New fork, for pivn vkauh ^ rver de- 
siiair of a prrmaner t cure, no nialter h(W oi- 
tttnnte y-ur eatr hot b*m until you hair 
hornuiinh te"ted hr vU'ue* of thi*. jotrnt Ai- 
teroltttr It is pepated e.rprc«s/y /i>r lA«;iur V 
I ote, irfid i* uperior to any other reme' y for 
sijc eases. inTOne Urge butt.'elssts a niuuth, 
-rrlie fio. 

^ERVE INVI60RAT0R. 

For yervoui Debility ; Seminul Wtoknest 
Lot* q/" Pttorrj Impnt fuy CptiftMioii of 
7 hnught i Lott of Uem'ory: Jrrttable T» i er , 
GkMmy Apprehentiont i Fear; Ueipondeticy 
Sfelofcho'f. Bi d all other evil* csused by »o 
ciet habile or eacersive induliteiire. ^OT Tiii* 
ture remedy is compored nf the most soothing, 
strrnatheniiig .-nd invigorsttng medicines in 
the trhole vcgeta'dr kingdom Inrming in com 
hinati'>- . ,ae most i^ifcct atUitu'.e for this 
''.'..male (las* of mslariesever yet diseov^r- 
ed It has bsen sent to every .Stste in the 
Union, P'alti*. ly eu-Ing Ibouaand* who have 
never *ren the invpniur, re*toring them In 
tound hiatlk. Nrrvou* sufferer I wherever you 
may he. don't fall to te«i ti.e vir'va* of ihU 
Wfnderful Hemety. Xj One la>ge bolllr last* 
aBKinih.--l'rireJIO. Th**p t-OFK UUk 
KKMKUlKb. tte€ prepared ol my Office, and 
aent hy ■ xpr^as eeeryvAere, with full direc- 
liona in a aealed parkBue letwt from cbter- 
eoiKm, an receipt uf the price by mail. 

IMPORTANT CAUTION. 

17 'AoMtaiMft 0/ Dnllart are paid to swlnd 
Ihift quack* d..ily, whtcA is leurte than thrown 
away Thu comes from truatina to the <<erep 
live adverti«ement> of men ealliBii tbemaalve* 
'•Doetort,'' wboat oii'y rec'<mm,fndaMon is icAaf 
CAev ««f of t h t mt i vm. |7A<lv«nliilnei>hy>i 
clans, in nUe taasSr<rt «i *rr\. kre tmnottm 



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rMtiMTAULM 


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GROUP ttYRUPI 


A S«rsMr*S/iW SmmM /M- tk» Oro^p. Also, 

iv" J'X '!r',;Jl4«'*L '"^ V for WhiKiplng 

OB tua«5r^fraa»ly rt4uM4 y rm a. * • Do not sleep «riilnMti Ij. jr, 


t«r, 
▲laafsr 


fsr sale by Draggtsu gBSMBlIf .^ .1 1 


im;>o«<or«; 

and medicines of this kind foiipd in rtrug tturit 
Bie g*n<rtlly wonblets. — uot up to teil. snd 
not to> cvfe. The .S'lsre Itemtoiet can be oh. 
tained at my Office only, and are warianted as 
rep'oeenied, in every respect, or the price wilt 
be re undrd. Pcsons at a distavioe may be 
cared ai home «•• (A« ihorteel potiible ttme, by 
seni ing for •h<'in. QU' I r Mattiaon is an 
educated phyeician of over twenty >pata'cx 
perlence, ten in tjeneral oractice until c(>m- 
pelled by ill health to adopt an offi-e practice, 
ireatinti all accidanis resultiDH from inip'U- 
dinoe la both seae*, giving 'hem his *• hole 
eat0t»Htm. tsf Ciretilsis giving full informs- 
tioii, w|ih *mdo%tf:teil tetlimonialt i sUo s book 
on S^rttal Diteatet, in a leaUd e).veU)pe, sent 
Ircp. IpT Be ture and tend lor them, lor with 
out (esliiNoiiiuf* no Mronyrr can be trusted 
Knoliis a staiap fur pottsge, ai d direct in 
UM. iaTTIMIN, IS*t. %» liMUM 
HTR ET, PRoVlDKNCK, M. 1. 
anl [chfabU] dtfly\ 


VKTBBINARY MUBOBOIT. 

The aaders gnad having dla- 
hl* Livery Klai'la, will, 
tolbra. deveta hi* time 
exeioalvalv to tl a tre«la>eBi o* 
the dls<«aeao all Issiiss M ciied animals Order* 
leiiaib's Hesldsre^ High Street a^aare. leraer 
sf Hanhtt Btrcal, Lowell, win l« pr>m|.lly al- 
leadediA . MMBin' WixiD 

INptambar M. 1M4 aapiJH*ly 


^ The an 

I . !.£_> exeioalvi 



JrBT Hrrrivrn a 
OaBlBi^^JiJI#' 
B«vl 


lendld assortment 
•RfW. 
114 Uarrlmack atreet, 


of 


iJIf. SCllENCK'S 

Prinrlpsl rlhee atid Lsbnr«ti'iy i> at the V. B. 
rorner of KiXTH sidCOMMELCE MireU, 
Philsdelphia. where all Irttera or advice 01 btt- * 
itinrss t-iioiild be diren^d. 

He will be found h«re every SATrRDAT, - 
prnfea»irnB'ly to ez' n>ine luiips w ib the Rea* « 
i<iroB>e rr. for* which hi* fee is ihiee doUsrat-. 
all advice free 

In New Y. ik.si No 32 PflND 8ii eet.evart 
TU'-PIAY, f>omi»A.M.to.'lP M 

InBorion, SS 81IMM1 R SIKlcBT, every 
W.dn.»i"y fr. m9 A M. 'p 8 P M 

At Ba'tiinn e. Md., lOli Baltimore atreal, 
"\eryj)iher Frinsy. 

IHE niSTOKYOPrn SCHINrK'POWll 
CASK. AM) HOW HE WA^ CURED OK 
CONSUMPTION 
^•so) )e<.r- sgo, wliiltt re*!dthg In Philtdel* 

I'hia, 1 li*d rrotci eased grsiiuslh iBlo 'ke last 

-tafte of Pu<moiiart ('nnsumpilnn. All hofet 
f my rrro.ery being di'Mipsiad, I was sdv bmI 

b> my phvric'sn. Dr. Parrish, lo irmove hilo 

• he cou try. Moorestown. New Jrrspj, bring 
my nstivr place, 1 wss removed thiihrr. My 
laiber and all bis f^'inily bad ii<ed and dlei 
ibere — snd riici ' f Pulmonary Cunniinptlon.^ 
On mv ai rival I waa put to bed, where I lay for 
many weeks in what was dcmed a hcpeleas 
coiidliMin. Dr. Thornton, whu had heea asy 
fithei's fsniily phy>icisn, snd hsd siiendad 
hiiii in l.i* la»t i|iiie»s, ws* callrn to 'ee flie -^ 
He thought my csi-e enti ely b<yond th." rrsek 
01 medieinc, and decided iksi I aaiMt dia, aid 
gave me (•>>« wttk t.i ariMnge my temporal al- 
Ixira In tbi. spparenily hoprlea* condition. I 
heard of th* ie'i>rdii«_»hu h i iiow irske and 
«e 1. It SI cnied to me that I could feel Ikeoi 
wor'-ing their way and penetraiiog every 
nerve flhre. and ti*sae nf mv avslem. 

My lung* (n iivtr nut on a new action, and 

• he morbiu maiirr which for )rars l)ad accB- , 
mulatrd ai d iiiiiatrd the difftrtnt organs of 
Ihe body, was elimaied, <ka tubeicles UB ny 

uniis ii|i(Trd, and 1 eipfoiuraied fr«tft myi 
lunkS I* much M* a pint of vellow ottra ifva 
matter ever) morning Aathis expecti.rstiiiB 
of niat<er *uh>id<d. ihe frver>bstid. the yiM 
left me, tb- cough ceased ta h.iiBs* me abi 
the esbauslii a MKht-sarsls aeie liO longei 
I nown SMI I l.sd refrerhing sleep, to whivk I 
hsd long b( en a stranger. Hy app«tile nitw 
began to return, snd at (la*. * I foniid it di^ 
cul' to rrstrsin m*i^lf i ^ig'ooBiuch; 

wiih this r- iiirn if heslib,! {i,ne<> in sliengik. 
ana now am fl shy I aiu D<'W a beatlhy maa 
with a la «e holed ci-»irls in Ihr Bi^iidlelube 
of the ri)(ht lui.g and the lower lole hF|iktfBed 
with complete adhesion ol ihe |.lfura 'I be left 
lubg is sound. Bid he upper lobe of ti.s ligkt 
ine i* in a toletablt heal. hi ci'mlilign. 

Conaumption at hat time waa thought ta ha 
an incur*' le disrate byrvfiy one, |<hy>iciBBS 
**-well as thop-e wbv were anlesrned lu medi^ 
rini .-^special y *uch easea as were ted led IB 
the colli. I'ioii I wa* in. 'i his indueec* msay 
people to betlcTe mv reonvery only tan orsry 
1 LOW prepared end gave 'hf medicine to cob 
sumptitrs fir aoou) tinic, and mai.e m ay bob 
de ful oiiiro; and the drmsnd ii.crrB*f Isursp- 
idlwlba? I iliteiii.itied lu otfrr ihe'B ta ikB 
put lie, snd (Jew<'r ni u-dividid at c ution to 
lung diHcai-rs. In (ruth, I wa* ii« xt to foiced 
i« it lot pceple would rend for me far aihd 
netr. to a»eciialn whether thtir case* were 
like mine. 

For Bisav years, in eonjunotion with my 
principal nfliie in Philadelpbia, I haia baeB 
making regular professional visits lo 'Maw 
York, Horbrj Rslrtmore and PlnihtiTjj ''"*' 

For several years p«*t 1 hB> e maoe as man* 
as five hundied esaminstiuns, weekly, with 
the ■• Kis| iromeicr." For such essminaiioa 
ny charge is ibcv* dollars, and i) aiiahlsa :ni« 
to ftive r.<rh pHiirnt ike ilaa cnndition of his 
d sexie, and tall' biiu Irankly wbethar ka will 
gat well. 

1 br great rtaaon whv physirians do not eur* 
rn^ikumption is, thsi they try in do toe much; '' 
thei gi^B niedi'lnes to stop the cough, to stop 
the night soests, hectic ft ver, snd by so doing 
they nersi ge the whuledigrsiivc S)st«m, look- 
ing up ihe Breietious, aiid eventually tha pa> 
ti'nl dies. 

1 he PalmoBle nymp I* one of loeBiosI VBlnsMf 
medlelnes knuwii. It is nuUlenl, pnweriully toBle 
anil lieallnii lu lisalC It oonlains U'l Oflu*", ysl 
luusens the pliii'gni In ihe bieiichisl tubsa. snd pa- 
lure throws It o4 with liiile exMtleat ane iBrtile 
■rei4iieni|y onrissn uidliiaij culd ; hut It will be 
well n>ilto iske'adnseoi 'choiuk's Msndiaks Pllla 
to cleanse lbs toniaob. The I'nlmoaie l^rop >§ 
resdily dU cried sihI abi-orbeil IbUi liliMa!, to which it 
Iniparia Us liaallDK pio|ierilos. It Is ohe <*• lkel>est 
l're|.srstlniisiil Iriji la use; I is a |i werful tonic of 
liseli; sod wnen lbs Msweed Tonlo dissolves the 
niiicu* la the siomaeh, and Is carried off by ibe aid 
ul tho Mandrake l'lll^a htallhy flrt* oi KastilcJuloB, 
good apieiiM, and a good oivesuon lotlosr. 

1 he hi swei <i Tonic Is a •tim.iisnl, and nooe other 
Is loquited hIiaii l( is used, ll Is ijuro sud plea^ 
ant; no b*d elfccis like ahen using Boiirbnu whis- 
ky which till omeis the stomaib, i.^ii.ors th* liver, 
Imks lip all ihe seere.li.ns. mm* tha blocd into wa- 
ter. dr-,|i.y s<'ts In. snd <he pailent dle> suddcBlr. 

Rom bun whisky 1* troommeiided Bow-BHlays ^ 
tlniosi every pbjsloisn. Many patlAi^ that visl* 
n'y rooms, bolli nisin and female, sis sioiiilUd with 
this (Nilson. 'Ihe relief Is tern porsry. Iriheyeoogh, 
ttiey Uke a tittle wblakvi H tfeey Mel weak aM S^ 
bio, they laka a lltiie, whiaky 1 ll iliey oaunot alaaa, 
thay lake a lliilfl whl.kv: and tbey go oa ia IMs 
ws« letiulnniiVfti'e ami nmre nniil they sre hiaatad 
up, and imagine they are genLig Osshy. Tie swm- 
acb. liver, and •ilacsllve |hiwi rs are onmp'ttxlr das- 
troyed, BBil loss Uietr a|.|«tKa ivr food. Wo iM Aas 
ever cured rt e»n«ninpi.iuu i.y tins' itrtieess, wlh>rs 
eavluas hav* bi en ImViod lo ihs lonxs. AHlUa 
stlmelnnt Is ireqnentli benefltilal to eonsiiMi|klvsB, 
such as pari' tirsndy orgo<d wine*. In mi'Sy eases 
beadea parier or b ewn »loei In antft'eta ifMmii 
t>mi Kt I ouilma Bhlsky baaiaaa oa, iDslead of 
euring eoD*ninrtlon. 

The bSHWi ed loolc rrodoei'S laallag reewll*. Uier- 
oughly invlaerai n»ih* itoniach sad dl^iaaUve ■■*- 
lam. and ecalilibii I' to slimlrisle aod BMkalaifr 
heaithi biood the lood which may lie osad fbr tfcal 
purposa lilsso wooderful In itsallbelsihatBiriBa 
hIbss lull will dlgast a hesr y mSal..aB4 a little aTM 
Uk«B before hreakbst will give a tone to ike aiefli. 
eali •) Ich Ibw meoleines pos«ess ibt puwei oldeiaar 

The MAffimAKIt PILI « mat ba isksa alik eaita^ 
tasty I*y all age* and oonolU' n*, pionoolng all ika 
good resolts Ihai can be obtained fTon eBliBiel,ar 
say of the meiouriB aisMlflne*, snd wiibooiBayef 
ihelr hniUul or Inlnrloas rstults. Tbey oarry oatef 
the system the B-caleni and wnm-oui matters lesa- 
eaed aad diseolved 1 v m Keaweed Tanle aa« Vat- 
BSOBloggni;. It willfftseea that all itraaeT taf 
medlalasa aia aeeiad la bmbI bbbib la saiaOBA 

SUVpW'lB. 

AOIN'Tt. 
ROATOIt-aBorga r. OoadwiB A Oa, •( 

' |M.TIM0Rlt-B.l.ilaiie*. 
rn igBUKO— Lr. WBorgB H. Il*ya*r. '/ I 


t' H artist M.-^ hBshelB Nrgt Maltt* )b hi 


tUfftM 


IMOBBiral 


piMOIHflATt-r. R. tarry A Co. and /oka UBg 

gHI0AO^U>rriA»ii|lk,aadM.kaoni. ^^ 

tr. LOVrt^tllas Bros. 

AlMB MM l» ap OrBtiMa aad DsaMti 



VOL. XXX, 


LOWELL, MAB8.. WEDNESDAY EVENI NG, JANUARY 3, 1866. 


NO, 8743 


THE DAILY COURIER. 

TUBUS -BIK DOCjIjABB A. TBA.B. 

, Or ge.ftO at the end of the year.^ 

§^ Hingis copies Thrss oenta. .^It 

KTONE'ii'HUSti, 

P OPRmrntH ASD POBLIBHBRS 

Vllflce, 21 CBNTRAl. STREET. 

.■• TATM Of ADVERTISING: 

Vina lath of spsoa in length ol ooluma, ooDStttntss 


CITY ADVERTISEMKNTS. 


ft " rqDABB. 

One ''sv 

Two days ... 

"Three dsys .. 

fooBdava.... 
. Omi * eek , . . 

Tnro weeks.. 


.. 1 no 
.. 1 M 

. I H\ 

.. sno 
..-. s no 


Thr** we*ks . . 
One monthA . . 
Two monll s . 
Three mo .tha 
Hll months. 


,. 4 00 
,. S AO 
.. • W 
,. S W) 


' wiv< months.. .IS 00 


(Paper not IneUidM.) 

■ Ppeitsl Notices tea cant* a line; larea amonnts 

ll bVconlB. No charge leaa than a ly cents fer eaah 

nserilo'i. ,.■,.., 

r#" rraiMail MvarM«emeola payable 1b ad- 
'anoB ! all other* quar terly. 

Tha LdWB'.L W-^KK'.V JOUIHM. the oldest 
apnrin Vlllll"'** 'oumv. I" p"i''"»h'd on rillWAi 
j|iHNI10 at flOO |ier y«»r 1" «d»H>io«. 


I.OWKLiI. POST OPFl'Olsi. 

aoMMsa HAit aaasBSBBBBT. 
Open tiam T A M to I P. M , Sobbats BXCBfTsn. 

HA'i.* ci.osB roa 
.Boston Btei tni Hi a. m. aod p. m. 
^uflllern ai 7 M a. m. 
Naa*iuaai7 1-4 md IIJ a. m., snd " p.m. 
(•• nc-rd. »J. M.. *' 1 "Od Hi a m.. and • p n. 
Mans ie*t«r at T 1-4 a m., and A p. m. 
hrm York al • l-« Hi ". •»•. » !'• ">• 
Worcester ai tt| a. m.. and 4 p. m. 
<»etem at 7 a m.. and 9 n m. 
I a-vreooa al T a. n.. and 4 p. m. 
iJalematland tlia.m. 
All towns between Uroton JuncUon I j. ^ ^ 

and Win'ls -r, VL. ^ * .\ «. " 

rillfomlannllsovprland, everydav, ainp. m. 

Da. h luiamer, «1 UMi, and 89d of each aioBtb, 
al 6 p m. 

MAUs Btra FsoB __ 

Be rtAt at • a. •« . 1 1 p. m.,aBd «1 p. m. 

No. then at 64 p. m. 

Nrebu* at 9 a m.. U and 8J p. m. 

Ci ncoid, N. II.. at 9 s. m.. It *t'd 61 p. m. 

Manchester at 9 a. m.. and «J p. «. 

. awre ce at 91 a m., B-id 74 p. *. 

Lew Vo'k at 9 a. ro.. snd W i>- tn. 

Woroesler at 91 a m , snd 7| p. m. 

Ka?le'n al 9 a m,. snd At i>. m. ^ ' 

Ka'om al 9 a. m., and 71 p. m. 

AU t'la-ns beiwemi Orolon Junction I ^^ ^ 

>Vlnd«.r,Vt., ,o„^ ^ ooOoinN, P 
liOWalL Ool^ 10 186S 


CilTV CfiAini*. 

In Cotmnltter on Aeoouaw, / 
ianuAry Ihh, Ihb'i. S 

ORimilKI), That tieresfler •be Quarterly 
Salary Bills, duly approved, be oresented 
to the Auditor on or before the wlb day of 
vf arch. June, Scpt»m>>M. •"<> l>ooemUer and 
that they be payable on »he flrsl day of thr 
oontn ne«t tucoecilng. 

2d. That all Pauper bills be presoBted to lh»» 
Vuditui on or before lh*'-"'th day of each month. 
Sd.*%hat all other 'lilU be made uj. to in 
ilude the Isstdiivof tae month. tiJ that, duly 
'ppreved. they be presented to 'he '^^itor on 
ir before the rhlrd d tr of the following montb, 
tn"* '" r>!iykble on the teati 

All hilK presfntf.t for paytnnnf mu*t •pecif^ 
vhattlenrtieleor Vticle* were (or— and. Ii^n 
or labot, where it va* performed— with propei 
lates , 

Items charged to diifBrent Appropnatli'n 
hould be made out on teparate HilU. 

All mil* aot presenK'i auu approved as abovt 
«ill l(k nvp' iintil the neit inoctit. 
CYPU« H. K\TIIAM, 
HKN'tYH. '"iLDliK, 
BKNJ WaLKKK ^Committee. 

JOHN PI^'.AIISO.N, 
JAME> KI-NT 
XyToe \uditor'i. Office is in City Govern 
men! Building. Uffiee hour* from ij to 13 a. m 
and from 3 to 6 o'clock, p. m 

GEO. OAUONBR, Auditor. 

OitvofLowell. Jan 11. 18f6. iaalltf 


m. 


inaceaai uara el the aeveral It^ifB* ^.. 

I ri KTON H\KR— Mond*v*andTbnr*day*. 
I oWILL B,\ '^K— Mmi'lav* and Thnr«d»ys, 
MF.nPIIA'tTB nANK— Mondays and Thnr.days 
• I'Kl'I'Jtn-T BANK— Mondays and Thiirsdaya. 
RAILKOAD HANK— Tuesdays an-l l-'rulays 
,< . twulT HANK— Tne«<la»* and fndavs 
FIBBf NATIONAL BANK-Tueadsxs and Fridays. 

^■y isara oa ina i;*ri»eratieBa. 

* ee* sitcr last Raiurday In sacb month— Apjioton 

B scheiy. Machine Bbop, BullbUt. LoyrsU and Tre 

vnt. 
Weak alter flrsl BaVunlay—Bootl. 

Week Biwr last flatiirday but one— Hamilton. 
Wnek aOor the third Balurday - Massachuaetn 

^tvurusY before the 16lb— Merrimack. 
"aooDd Haliirdav In each inoulli— Uwrence. 
•'I'Si Krldav after fourth Halurdav orBgch monta- 


T, COSTSLLO & CO., 

Dr.AI.ERS IN 

FUnSACKR. STOVKS. KITfHKV KtTRVI- 

TVUK. LKAl), CiMM'KK. AND HAI.VAN- 

IZKI) lltON I'll'KS, COl'l'KIl rUMTel, 

IKON HIXKH, KNAMKI.KI) ANU 

BTAMl'EU WAKK, etc., etc. 

Tnrrthcid Work. Tump WorH, 

I/.V UOOFI'^'f!. nnd nil kinds of .Tobbing and 
llepalrinir il'ine lo order. * 

Ar.ENTS roR 

J. A. LAWmON'S 

ChI •lirnted 

Rrvrrtiblr Fiue ll*it UrFirniicr, 

For An'hri'Oit^ and Bltutnlaoua Coal, 

Five slies. mltiitile for henilrg Dwilllnij Mouses, 
i^chooi*. Churches nnd I'uhliivHuilillng*. 

One sinifle exjiinlniillon of ly* Kurimce will at 
once convince laiy perfon thiil ifreat economy of 
Piiel I* secured hy it* pcciilliir ronatriictlon and the 
superlorTnaMner in which It In inaile nnd nioiinti;d. 

\Ve cliilin lis Kinierinilil over all other Kurn:i<i'H 
now In use, and for jiroof of our asnurllons, ofTer 
the folliiwl.iir rcngi/av 

1*1, In the eonryncllon of this Furnace, no pains 
or einense hn* been *pared to make It a* near per- 
fi-t a» the skill and juilirmint i.f Ihe heal meehan- 
Im would dlctiite; nnd nrln.l|i'"» of it* conhiriic- 
tli)i| nre sucli.thiit In tin- bwiid* of Ihe ino»t uii 
skilled 111 Kucli in.ittirs It will *bow it* i>H/>eiii>Hti/ 
over nil ollnr Knniiicp*. on ai-ci.iitil of lis great rii 
diiillna power and economy of fuel. 

and. Tliiit on iiecount of Ihe aiiperlor msnner In 
whl>'h till* Kiirnn'-e I* innde ninl niounled. It iscn- 
tlrely fri:e from ihe leakaKu of (in". 

.".rJ. The Kriiit ainoniitof riiJialiiiilsurtace which 
till" Kiirn ice haa, whereby the iilr In In- healed I* 
l)roiii{lit III eonUict with any overheated surfa 


LIFE AND FIBE 

INSUKANCE AGENCY. 

MaasachUMCttH .Mutual Mte |na. Co. 

(irBiNai'iRi.u, Ma*:.,. 

Ilome InaurHnru ( ompanT* 

New Yoiilt City. 

CAPITAL $2,000,000. 

flauipden F'iro InuMmhctt Co.f 

SPHiNnpiai.li Mass ■ ■* 

Cltr Fire Iniunince rompiaV* 
jtaw Uavb.'h, ('t 

Home InnurancR Conipaair» 

Nkw Havi'.n, Cr. 

Albanr *^»ty ^^'' '"•• •^"•» 

T — ^ Albant, N. Y. 

Prescott Fire .Marine loHiirance Co., 

Boston, Mais 

Dorchenter Fire luaarance ' *. 

borchester IMatoal l;ire InBurance Co. 

Qnlnccy IHatnal Fire InHnraiice Co. 

(Ifflre, 41 Central Ktreat. 

7P.KEM1AH 8. F«kLSOM. Aobnt.* 


Lowell. Feb 12. 18A«- 


febl2— Iv 


CITY OP I>CWEIjIj. 

ArmToH'a Orrtcr. l>ec. 15. 18M. 

A wLLp'raonn having bills ag»li»l the Citynro 

' reqnesleil t<i present them at till* ofllce, iliily 

approved, on or hefiire iiaturilay. Hie SJd iin-mnt, 

otlii'rwi«p they will lie over until the lOlh of Feb 

ruarv. \H<V\. 

Per ordur of the Commlltr-o on .\ccoiinl*. 

(iKiillOK (JA11DXEI{< Auditor. 
Lowell, Dec. la.lStJJ. deel3dtC3d 


The Uld Lowe'l ational Bank. 

'■< UK annual meting ol llio 
' Old l/owWI NntlwHl IJawl 


any < 
Vila 


lliA><i<.*«. 

Flrat week In each month— Ilollln 
Company, Wllley btrect. 


White Arroa 


Emporium of Fashion 

,, ro» 

Z.4DIES AND OHILDBBN, 

- Mrs. I. J. tRttXFORD'S, 


So. 'T Cewtral i»tr«»et. 


Low ell, 


WHUaE may be found every variety and late 
loiparlntion of 
Droa* and I'loak TrimmlsiBS, Embroideries, Laces, 
JCIglngs, Cor.1*. lUblion., N«U. »J"'\«: ''"^ 
Hair Ornainenl*. tJ loves nnd Hosiery, 
IMkfs, I'orle Monies, Combs, 
and in f-»ct every rte.crlptloii of Kancy »«!''<••";»» 
Lmm under thia heading, too numerous to men 

*^m*-\rm siso pay •particular alUmtlon to our 
WORrtrKll.lepariinent, which is new and large, 
and everv color and shade always on hand. \\e 
■.nufiicture all kinds of Wor.Kd (Jarniont*. such 
"'i"S«.t Hhawl*, Hontag*, TwllighU, Uigulcts, 
Hoods, ot«., In the latest styles. 

WOOLK.V ASI> (JOTToy YARNS 
In a'l colors. • 

Caasocka, Cloaka and Dresses cot and 'mnde In 
the lau-sl style at .bort notice by an csncrlenced 
end fashionit.le I>re.*.nak.r.. I'allcrns /or ...Ic. 

Lowell, Oct. «. !»«•■) "'••M'f 

T 



Ll I U II h 

A. B. RICHAii)SON & CO. 

WOVLO respectfully call the attention of tho 
public to their extunslvo and carefully sc- 
leeted stock of 

Oouta', YouthB* and Boys' 

CLOIHING 

Aim 

il«0RIffZSBZNO GOODS 

Our stock embraces all the various grndcs to bo 
found III the market, and In style of CL 1 and DU- 
BAHILITV laeciunl to Ibe f.ry best. 

I'artlcular nllciitlon is called lo our slock of 

OVOROOATS, 

which I* KN'TIIIKLY NKW and manufactured tor 
this Kiill and Winter inide. 
Onr stock of VINDKll OOdO.S al-o I* full, and 
embraces u l»r«e variety of de«ir ble goods. 

We shall also keep a largo stock of 
^. ItUi K til.OV'H AMI MITTS, 
iBBlndlng all grades from a cheap artlol* to Ihe 
heat maiuifacturod. 

of "(iUICK rtALK8 AND HMALL IMlOFIT.-<, 
and bv careful iitientioii to Ihe warns of our ciia 
k>mera hope to secure a fair share of public patron- 

"I: a. HIOIIABOSOB, ''*^"V.i'ntdll''' 

Sept. IXth. 1M4. **pllldlf 


tlOtl»l»>i»|(iiiin»^'«'*«"'" .-■....-... ,.--. — . — 

ces lo vitiate or destroy tin' vllallty of ihe atinus 
phrre.whii'h we nre coinpelleJ loo ofWii lobruiillie 
from overheated Kunmce*. 

tlh. The coinplile control which we have of tlm 
Furnace ks reg.^rd* its cnnihuatiun, aliowlntf us to 
ilUpeiise Willi nil cliecV dr:ift*, venllhilor*. pipe 
diimpir*. Ill nnv *iic1i lonlrlvmice fo' the purpose 
of r.inlrolllnit or hnldin-.' the fire In cli.i-k. In this 
Knrnnre liy usiof the dr.rll .1 mi|ier only, we have 
at all time* perfeel control of the rtro (which cm 
not lie *nld of liny other Kiirnnce now nimie, with 
out the aid of some one of Ihe aimve iiienlloneil 
eoiiirlvnnce*.) *o ilial any pi r»oii emi tiike charire 
of this Furnace witlioul liie lUblllly of lilling thu 
liuiiKK with ga*. 

ftth. The grate In its arrangement I* so nicviv 
balanced, lh:it n child can operate It with ease; It 
Jx till' loo.t perfect and coiiVMi'ileiit gr.ilo ever put 
III a l'"iirn:irr, ami so coiistru-ted IhiU It can be half 
turned, aud the cliiJer* and *lau' that lUTuniiilale 
can b. removed l\nd the grate brought buck to its 
pmpi" piisilloii. 

«lh. I'he joints of the Furnace nre In such posi 
tloii thai I lie paclvlng l«nol hrnunht In conla"t with 
any red hot »iirf.oe*, consequently ll 1* in. I nee«'S 
sary lo have it taken down every ye.^ir or two nnd 
re |ia'-keil. on acconnl of the ceinunt being destroy 
ed hy the nctloii otlh" Are. ThU Fiirn:i<-e, on ac 
count of Ihii peeuliar coii*truclioii of the lolntsand 
tlangea. will iicynr need to b« repaired, being In 
fact self packing. •" 

We have aef np aeveral of tbeae Furnace* for 
•ome of our most prnnilinnl clllzuns, aiiU liny 
nave given cnllre salhifm lion. 

AiiENTs roB Tna 

CRUSADER 

AIR-TIGHT COOKI>'U STOVE, 

Tho best Stove In tho ninrkot— every one giving 
perfect sntlslactlon. 
Economical In the consuniplion of fuel, nnd rnp 
Id In oprratioii : Conveniently arranged for liuriiing 
clllier WoDil or Coal; l.irifv anil well veii'llalel 
Oven; door* lined with rerieclor*, and all parts 
thoroughly lllteil. The plalc* of tliU .-lovu are si^ 
constructed ai|il e'lualirid that exiian»lon ami con 
iractliin of the iron will not crack ihcin ; and all 
the pari" nre *jrenntlictied that come in Immediate 
conl;u;t wllh the lUe. In fact, no labor or eipoiise 
he* been "pared In making the Cru*adic the rcrv 
bcHl foi'kiiiif Slorf in the murLel, nnd one llial has 
no Miiol. Till* (Itove ha« taken the flrsl premium 
at the .New York blalu Fair for the lust three con- 
secutive years I 

Tropic Parlor Stove, 

A splendid I'nrlor 8tove, comblplnc Be4iuty,Tlse- 

fulnena aiid Kconomy. A l.irge and convenient 
nven I* plin-eil on the lop, wlilrh operates ndniirn 
biy ; the arranBinient for burning coal I* very wim- 
ple nnd complete. Fire may bu kept tho entire 
*ea«on wilhoiit tipping Ihe grate. Tho urn Is lined 
with porcel.iln, and all Its appolntnients are of the 
most p'-rfect order. Tlil* Klii^e 1* very much itd 
nilled for the beautiful andchiwle manner lu which 
it Is ornamented. 

* Air-Tight Stoves 

Of beautlfto^imttemsand elcganl designs for sal* 
alruiuio?ialiiii prices. 


.StockhoUler* of the 

«wk. for ihi« election «>f 

I)Ir«>nlors. will be h<-ld at it* Haiiklna room* on 

ll'KSUAY, .January Ifi, l«nfl. at 10 1 t o'clock, 

A. M. Cll.X'ri. M. WILLIAMS, Caaliler. 

lA>weli, Maaa., r>ec. ll.J8Gi._^^ ^declldj w 

The Wamesit National Bank of 
Lowell. 

TriK stockholder* <f this Institution will meet 
for the trsiisaction of their Hni>tial nml imy 
other liuHlni'X that miiv come iM-furc llM'in.iil their 
Hanking llo<mis, on TUKrtDAY.Ihe lOlh day of 
January next, ul i o'clock in th- afiernoon. 

.1. 11. bLniaClv, Ca.liier. 
December 10, 1885. decl«ljaiil6 

MISS A. Ij BRIQHAM. 

•f EACITEUof IVncillntt, niack Crivon fllenl* 
V and AnlmnlH), I'uslel I'aliiling, Wux Kiower* 
and Wax .\ulamii Leave*. 
d«cl4UJin1l 



No. 21 Kirk St reet. 

FOR 8AT.,B, 

A very deslrnblo residence on Mlddleae» 

SireCl, Lowell, near llie Liifiyelle linn*.-. 

coiiHi»tiiig of « two ory frame hou"e 27 
iLTJWJi i,y 32 f,.pt. with L 1 by 20 feet, c. ii.iin 
Ina 1'2 will llniiiied ro.nn* : nn exi-ellefll cellar, h 
well of pure mirt wali-r; n wood shed nitaclied to 
the L, a good barn *) by »» fi "'t- Attached to the 
front ol the barn is a good shed V> by feet. The 
lot contrt'li* about 3 4 of nn acre of ejrrelleilt land 
well Hlocked with larife liearinir; frill' tree*, Brapc 
vine, cnrranf*. etc. The liiiu»e I* conveniently nr 
ranged, room* large, and I* very pleaHanlly *iHi>i- 
t.xi. I'ri>-e $-l,"0 '. Kor fiirili r j ariiculars In- 
"~miire of the subscriber, on tin; preini»i*. 

t. D. hKAD. 
Lowell , Kuv. y»th, 1885.' ii.>vg^.'2ni1l 

POd SAfjK, 

HOUSES, CAKIUAOKS and UAUNKSSii.S. 

^a <ii>.id Dilelnif Horses: 


BUSIN ESS CARDS 


J. C. JBPSOXr, 

DC.ll'EK IN 


- . — AND— 

W£BT INDIA GOODS. 

The best kinds of 
FLOUB. BUTTER, TEA. I^LOAU, SI'ICES, 

COU.>TKY l'HOI>i;«'K, 

and all other goods uaiinlly kept In a first class 

Urix-i ry blore always uii hand. 

WO. 1115 CliWTUAl. hTlilil^T, 

aeplMdtf c or. Charlca. 

J. C. KIM BALL, 

ATTOUNKY^ and COUN8ELLOK.AT LAW,. 

Ofllce— S BDd U Barristers* Hall, 

Corocr of Central and Merrimack f-ls.,— opposite 
tliH I'ost on'ice, LOWELL, VASri. 

rt,NSIO?t«, Ate. HKCIIRED, . 

marl • Py my Clerk, J. W. Reeo. dTy 

BAM'iTd. BILLINUS, 

WHOLE.SAIB AND HETAII- DEALER IK 

FOUKrTN -AND '»OMRSTlC FllUrr. PttB- 

SKllVES. PICKLW.,s. CONDlMKNia, 

CONl-ECTlONKRY, CIOARS, TO- 

I5ACOO, Ac, Ac. 

No. 109 Central Nueet, 

decl2 LOWKLL. MASS. dly 


B* HOWARD, 

DESLKB IB 

FLOUR, OOAt. LIMR ANP CKMKNT-Cslclnod 
and rtronnd PLArtTBK-Brl.-ts, La'hs. Ilalr snd 
■^and Alv Mahocany, Oheirv, BiMk WaliinUWhiie 
W.Hid. Maple and Asn LUMIlEU, Woud. Charcoal. 
Aulhraclte and BitomlDOu* <;OAL. 

Wharf... ;.".'.. ....... "WesUrB AvehBt. 

Orders through Ibe Puet Office promptly attend 

* Lowell. OctSber 27. l««3. ^octSIdly 


•* Lowell Bteam and Gas Pip® 

Works," 

II. R. BARKER, Proprietor, 

PBAI.BB 19 * 

WROrOMT IllON PIPK. «rEAM ASD 0A8 FIT- 
TINGS 

md riXTUTlKS of every doacrlpUon. ^ .. „ 

<gp- BulldiDgR hasted by Sleam or Sighted by Oas 
)!i rennoiiablo term*. 

W.irks ....... ...MId.lle.pxfllre'jt, 

fltirfl Ko. SOcDtral •• 

•epUldt Uwell Mass. 


4 good Hoiiby llucks 
6 good llni;i;yH. 
Alan, a large lot of 
ne**e*, etc. 
Lowell, Oct. «, 1984. 


second linnrt f Id hs, liar 
MOUaK A O AUK. 
uct6dtf 


MARKED DOWN 

PLAIDS, TUIBETS, 
PllliMS, ALPACAS, 
ALL WOOL POPLIi\S, 
DKLAIVLS, BiaORALS 

AND MANY 

. OTIIKR GOODS 
HA.VE BEEN MABKBD.DOWN 
-AT- 

J. S. 33RO^V:Nr'S, 
54 Werrlmack Street. Sit 

novU •»"»• 


Cloaks ! Cloaks ! ! 


A PRIME ASSORTMENT 


O. B. COBURN <c CO.. 
C014MISSWS MERCHANTS, 

OBAtSm IB 

4PKBM. WHALR. LAUD ANr> LINS»:P:D 01L3 

POTATO. WHEAT AKI> COP.N BT.IRCH 
Faotorv Lnalhor. Brnshaa. P.oUer Cl-th. Canls. Pick- 
ers, nnd all kinds •' Manufaclurors' 8iipplles. 
PAINT8, GLASS, VARNISllEfl, Ac. Ac 
4 It 2 .llech«Hlcs< Bnildlng, UBiten 41. 
LOWELL. 
B. coBinut. » ■• *"*"™'- 
IbbU "^^ 

C USHlfU tf MA CK , 

BBSLBBS 

8TOVEB. HOLLOW WARE. As.. Ac, 
BasemoDt BVorr nf 8d Unlvcrsallit Chuicb Msrkei si 


C. p. TALBOT 4r CO., 

■aBoracTraaas or 

DYE W00D8 AND OHKMICALB. 

City MBrket Koase, LewCII. 

0. T. Taibot. landlT Tbos. Talbot 


M ORRl LL q SON, 

BABCrAOTDBBKS OF 

p r i II t i n ;; I n Ic s 

FOr. CARD. BOOK AND NEWBPAPKU WORE. 

ALSO, BTSar TSBTITT OB 

PANOT INKH. OOLIi HIZK. BllUNZB, VARNIf!H. Ao: 
Ne. I Wi Water tllr*cl Beston. 

^aMCBt. MOBBILL, Obo. H. Mobsiu. 

(nb4dt 


WILLIAM B. LIVI|?OBTON, 

DBAtBB IB 

COAL^ WOOD, LIME, CTIMENT 

riUSTER. BUICK8, BAT. OKAlIt, 
FLO ITS. lie. 

No. 9 THOR^DIKE Street 

BOre LOWELL. IIAHH. dtl 


S. HtCHARDSON'S 
<ivbter and refreshmknt saloon, 

IA BBd 18 .tIerriniBck Btreet, 

Two door* below Ceotral street LOWELL., 

MEALB AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAT 

Oornsd reef. Hani, Chlckena. Pies, Oak* 


J. S. BROW.'V'S, 


&: 


'/ 


//; 


fCe»taifr»nt PArisicn, 


i6st 


OVn WORK I 

ll would he Buperdnou* lo *ny anything 
In n-«.ird to the miBlliy of our work, ii« It I* 
H well CKtiblished fiict thnt we do the best 
work of any «lio|i In the city. 'I'. ('o«tei,- 
LO and L. .1. WAl.l.iNiiroRO havo for yewrs main 
tiilned lending piii«llloii* lu the trade, imd Ibcir 
werk ha* always given eiillni sntisfnctlon. 

I". (;i)srKI.L«> .V CO., 
\lt ConlriU, opposllu Jiwkson street, 
ocl.1d.1in Lowell. 

■ ■ 



114 Merrimack Street. 


novl4 


•3m 


Cloak Goods. 


A I.AUGK STOCK 

NOW OrKN' 

And for ialo at LOW PKICES, 


A* 


IVIK4 WINTKH PLACK, 

nOHTON. 

The first cliiss Fiirvcu nRST.\r 

It \NT. uiidf r the mnnsgenient of MliNM. 
T. A. HL.\Nl!,h«s become one of the most 
*^ — • popiilsr resorts of the day. 

rorson* who desire to enjoy the ndvantages of a 
Pabixian Cafe, and the luxrlesof Kmenom I ook 
ing, will tliid no uliine Ibis side of I'arls that can so 
Madilv furnish the*c iKlvsntagu*. 
^r«*kf«*tfrom »to Ii M. . „ ,. 

• Brcskfi«*l at < i/<»p d'Ao'c at 11 A.M., 75 cent*. 

Dinner rroin I lo 4 IV M., 75 cents. 

Urcakfast, Dinner and Hlippcrii Inearte from t 
A if till H ''• "•• "•■ n'o'h'r"'*' prb'''"-* 

rnrflrt Wt" *'"*' *" '^"*'' dinners or snppers 
eerved In the Kremli fashion and best style, may 
them at ths shi.rtcut notice. 

M HL.V.N'C hiisihe honor to nollfv bis nnmer 
ens pntroiis, ibul he has Jii*l recelv.il from Kranee 
dlirJrenl kin.la of ike best Wines, li»port.-d acre by 
himself Persons deslrlnif to try them may comv 
to his llestnurant. ftnd. »s he Imports his winoa In 
M*ks nnd bottles It himself, "he Is nhle to oIHt It 
^Raper and «r a better nu.>IUy Uian any other 

'*o!13a'j!/<IlJ.'A?'.'o/.-</<cs and .''"<"•, "IJ^^^.TJ'J, 
out trulfft, sent to any dIaUnc* In <•»'.'■''/,«»' 
••iintry. nia>iadtf 
, niBoer at loWe dThote at 6, |1.SS. 
MBoyU "L 

for f ftie, in Tyng borougb. 

m m A farm eonlalnlng twenty aero*,thlrtee» 
An of whiel: i* covered with wmid. Tho build- 
TjISin Ing* are ii.w and of rtiodern *ty1e. The 

i'MH* above I* *ltoat<id «li njHe* from Low*ll, on _^,.._ 

«lie main road to )tS4laB. Ki H.* thi^e- fourth* of b BO^MSm 

iBlle from Tyngabore' VUlafe and on* third of a _ ^ 

iBlIc fyom the Depot. ,„„*«« OAOK CWHrBlt of niporlor quality Ihl* day 

for farther Information Inauiro of JOBRPH n reealved by J. A .1. U. I'KAUSON. wholeaale 

BAM DI.BT, No. 135 iferrlmack Corporation^ Col j,^ ^j^j doBlors '"L^M^ sod W. I. Uoods,' 


TOE OUEAT GERMAN 

HEILMITTELL 

WILti CURE 

O^RONZO OATARRH 

In the Head, Throat *n* Nose, Coughs', Cold* 
Bronchitis, Diphtheria, snd the flrsl stage* of 

OONHUNl^TION. 

I'P'or ssleby all DrugglsU. Price *a a bottle.— 
or siilo Hi wholes- lo by Weeks A roller, 170 
Wrtshlngion street, O. C. Ooodwin * Co., 9» Han 
over street, and. I. Wilson, las Waahiiigton H., 

Rend what Mrs. A. B. Watson, of No. 11 Mid 
diesex strust, l.«iwell, says :—" Having been nf 
lUcUid wllh a severe cough nnd caliirrh, and Iteing 
cured of ll by Ihe use of the (itt'il Orrmitn lleil 
ini/^/, I deem It my duty to make this piibllo »e- 
knowlodgineat fur the benedt of those similarly 
nffllcled. Mr*. A. B. Watshb." 

os>t37 dtttAm 

Bomethtng Fvery Fvrfon Naedi- 

SIlIRT.nRAWER AND STOCKTNO BOARDS 
for drying purposes, which will entirely pre- 
vent shrtngBge, mads to order by 

D. i. KIMBALL, 
Wamesli Bteam Mills. 


J. 8. BROWN'S, 


aetia 


ft-l Jig r fl inclt , S treet. 


Sl^fiKR'S h^Ylim n^fHINKS 

WIf. l>YAn, No. 41 Central Street, 
• Lowell ha* theexclutive rirhttoscll 
and use theae celebrated Machines inthisoity, 
SB the record st the Patent Offi'-e Khowi. Per 
sons wishing to oi-aln the BRsT Bnd Bins' Bed 
NOMiCAL ■'ewlng Machine in use will find all 
k|i da Bi his store, and at the lowest rrices, 
siiher for os*h or on time to suit all parties. 
January 1$. I8d3. janl6dtf 


Frntl and Cobfeoiionery, Older Mineral and Soda T^a 
ler. 

CLAM CHOWDER every Batnrdiy. 

■Wap"Part1n* accoirmoiiatoil on rcasonsbU terms. 
Famllwi sunplied with OysUrs by the quait or gsllon. 

Lowell. Jiilj ft. I»A7 


8 Am II tc I. n. tvooD, 

COMMISIOI? MERCHANT, 

hVn WK0I.*8AT,B nBALFR IB. 

ri.OITR GRAIN, PKBD ANI> OUANO, 
IS NI/iRKKT AT., OBM«»te Market Hease.) 



I>HH <«ubscrlher* c^anufBctore and pnl up 
IRON KENCKS of the oaosi desirable pat- 
terns sud sur kku^ workiiianship. 

CtJnif IK<i * .HACK, 
Nos. 128 and 125 Market Street. 
inBT2d'.' Lbwell.MBSs. 


GiriON 4 €0.»8 LINE. 

Steam from and to Queenstown 
aud Liverpool. 

'—- iT 



RAILROADS 


BOSTO.-^, LOWELL AND NASHUA, 

8TONY IIKOOK, LAWRENCE A 

8ALEM RAII.ROAU8. 


MON'nAY, Dec. 4, IRI.I— Tbaibs i,batb I»WBti; 
1,^011 nostoB 7 (». 'LM, ».» A.M, 'ItlS, 8,15,*6.» 
1' 09 sot P.M. ... . „ 

Per M»*"iia and Upner Railroad*. 8 00. 1.43 A. M.. 
l.0i> 3.3'J sni 8.0)1'. M. 

for WIKon.S.OO A. M.. 1.00 and OOP. M. 

for Groton Junnllon 7.'X), 1 1.4S A M.. «.«» F. M. 

for l.iw fence <>7.U0. lOOi) A. M.. a.tiaca 3.14 P. M. 

for Hslom 7 1^3 A. M.. 2 U) P. M 
• Or on arrival of train from Naabua. • 
The tn Ins 'or Blony Brook, Uoails fbr Nsshoa BBd 

all uM>cr Roa s luave Middlesex Biroet Uepulooly 

TbAIBS t-SAVB FOB (XIWBU. ^ 

rroiB Boston 7 00. t8 QU 10.00 A. M.. 18 M.. «.80, «.00 
andvoor. M. - ^^^ ^ 

Prom N'Bslui* 7.00,9.00, U.4.1 A. M.. «.qO, t«0OP. M 
From Wilu.n 8 00, ll.LO A. M, .1.30 I', M. 
Prom Or'ton lunctlon 8.1)0 A. M ,lt IJanil B.tS F.M 
From Lnwronco b 30 A. M. 13.43 4.U j •u.t 33 f. M. 
From Halem fl.40 A. M.. 5.&J 1'. M. 

1 Norttaeru tiepot , _ 

JOHN B. WINSLOW. flar X li-stpB. 
V. II. N<)(TUSR.L<ical8np'tL>i*i«iiCft. 
Baiosn and ntony litook Boad^, Lowell. 
Nov. i'S, 18..8. noT2SUf 

NORTHERN RAILROAD. 

WINTER ARUASGEMBNT. 


ON and after MONDAY. Feb 27th, 18fi5, 
f UBcnger Tram* will run as follows: 
UPWARD TRAINS. 

Mail Trftin '.eaves Concord st i J 45 a. !«.• 
for White Kiver .Inndion, ronjectii.g with 
trnin* for WclU Hiver. St. Jol.rsbnry. Bar- 
ion. Newport, Willduffhby aid ,Ma»o({ Lakes, 
Ptanstead, Bath. LUtU-on. Lni c»»ter. Al«o, 
with trrtlns ftorMnnrpeHer, B'lnmgton, Rt. Al- 
bans. B<'n'»e s Poiai, Montreal, Ogdensborgh 
•nd tht West. 

Kristnl 'i'ruin leaves Concord at 3.30 p.m., 
for Fr.)nklin snd -iristol. 

EvcninR Exprev» Train leaves Concord 
at 8.1.5 p. m.» for White Illv r Junction, con- 
nrctiAg wii^v. train f"r Montpdier. Bulling. 
t n, .^ Albans, House's Point, Montreal, Og- 
dcnshurg, *id the Wr.-it. 

•Or on arriva' of train"-- from Boston, Wor- 
cester, Por'frtitUh, Portland. Ac. 

DOWNWARD TRAINS. 

fllristol Train IfBves Bristol for Coneord 
at 8 s. m , aril Kraiiklin at 9. '2 a ni. 

t "**iul Triiin leavea White River Junctlor. 
for Concord sr 12i/>p.tn,or on srrirsl of 
train* over the Vermont Central, Passucpste 
and White Moun'ains Riilroads. 

nny Kgprrxs rrniD leaves White River 
JtMic'Inr. at 4.'''S p ni., or on »rriva'. of trains 
frotn Mmtreal an'l Ogden^b rgh, Hr^ttlebor- 
ouuh. Kcsne. Hollows' Fa'U, Windsor, Ao., 
onni'setiig at Concord with truin for Manrhts- 
ter, Naibja, Loweli an 3''st '"• 

• t•Thf«'^1r.l scinnsct at Concord with trains 
fur .MauclicTer. I.awrpnce, I'ornmoiith, Port 
land, N'asbua, Worcester, -Kew Votk, Lowell, 
and Boston. 

ONSLOW S'TEARNS. Agent. 

Concord. N. H.. Feb. 27. 1866 ' feb27itf 

LO.VCOnii Ani*i I.AUE.UONT R. R. 
COBSTOOCOOK RIVER BAILr.OAD. 

CARS over these Roids run in coinectioo 
with <■»'» over the Concord, Na«hiia an<« 

• Worcester. Nashnu and Lowell, Boston and 
lx)well, Manch^Mer and Lawrenee, Concori* 
and Pol tpnt'iuth. Boston tbd Maine, and P' 
sex Raihoads. b» follows: 

Leave Bradf.inl and UiUsboro' Bridge, for 
ConcorJ, .c.,|U CO a mI 

Leivi? Concord for Bradford and Hlllsboro' 
Bridge, 3.10 r. m. 

Stage 6'onfucfiViu.— Bradford for Newbury, 
•tunspee. Ne»P'irt, Ularemont, Suttcn, New 
London, *o., daily. 

Hi!l«boro* Brldfi* for Anvim, Bennington, 
and Kast WashitiSfion, dsilv ; for Keene, »ls 
Ar.trini, North Branch, Stoddard. Munimnville 
and Sullivan Tue*ila«s Tli'irsdavs and Satur- 
days; for Clweoi'int. via Washini<fon. Lcmp- 
stcr snd Unity, MondoTs.Wednesdaysand Fri- 
days, returning opi.osite ditys. 

ONSLOW 81 KARNS. Agent. 

Concord, N. U., Dec 11. 18C5. decUdtf 

— - ■ , 

WOUCESTERcIt KASllilA R. ROAD. 

WiNTKR AUKANOK.MKNT. 

ON and after Decehiber 1st, 1864, Passenger 
■Tmin* will run a< follows: 

at 6.3J and 11.16 A. M., 4.20 


^n^_ Having Ju*t received 
nl^S assorunnnl of rich 

'3t iTiilliiit'ry Ooodv 

'if the latest Kull ami Winter Importalioos, bought 
st greatly redur-d prices, comprising some nev 
nnd beautiful designs in 

Velvets, Silks, Satins, andS tvsw 
Bonnets 

Of the lste*t French novelly and atylc. Also, La- 
dlaa' and Misses 

Velvet and Felt Hats, 

that hsve only to be seen to be iidmired by the lov- 
er* of the besutiful. 

^, MOOBWINa BONNSTB 

Alwsy* 01. hand of the newest patterns and style. 
*.* l-'truw nnd F< It Hals nnd Uonncts done over 
In the best possible oiann^-r. 

TIsvIng engseed one of tlje best ITAOses In Boa 
ton lo do my r'traw nml Fell Dunnet* nnd llala, I 
f. elTontldeiil lh«l they are done superior to any 
other store In Ixjweil, OBt28d W 


nru, B. T. TllOiHI^O.^'S ' 

Frfnch niiliaerj Enptriaay 


ISO. 91 MERRIMACK 8TBEXT. 

splendid g^a 


A&BHCY 

FOB TllE 

IntereatioBal FxchaRge ۥ. 

STOKKlt & CO.. 
50 and 52 PINt: ^T|I£J^T, 

NEW YORK. ' 

Bell Orafls.ln amoania to ' porchssers on 

EnKl.inil, Ireland, Si.'ot1;ind, nee, .ind ull |iarts 

ofOermany. J. N. PKlRCIf, Jh., vtgeiit. 

Office at Lowell, Maaa. dec9dlf 


LATEM 

PENNEY'S 


8E!NS.4T10N. 

EXTRACT 


N K W 

or THE 


EGYPTIAN. LOTUS, 

FOR THjb: HANDKl!:aCHI£F. 


\| ANCF.ACTrUED from 

IvI tu*,"' or wh-it I* e.nMed 


the "XympheiLo- 

by the KKViitl.ins 

'• Hehnin," - Heshln." It Krows In the Hlle"and ad 
J.irent rivulet*, nniih.isa larire white flomer, sinii 
Inr In sp|>earan"e to our Nympbie Odorsto, nr 
I'ond Lilv. The root Is eaten by people who live 
nenr Ihe Lake Menzjileb. The rlviiUl* near I):in.l 
etta abound wllh Ihi* flower, which rine* two feel 
nliove the water. Ivb^am thu rose of .\nelenl Kgy|>t, 
the favorite flower of Ihe country. and is often s»-eii 
m.ide into wri'iith* and garland* placed on the fore 
bend* ' f fl males, or held in their hands tiiid Inha- 
led for i(» fruifrance. Il pl.iy* a dUtinguifhed part 
In the myth(il(i/>' of the Hindoos nn.f «'li1ne*e. — 
1 .Vmoiig tlie Cliine'e it symbolized funisle beamy, 
I the Hinull feel of thtir women bi lug called " Kiu- 
Icen," or " Oolden Lilies."' 
I'ricf ^\, Maunfai-'iired bv the Proprietor, 

F. A. I'I;.VNKY, Brooklyn, K. T. 
OKO. C. OOODWIN Ik C<».,»»H.inover street, 
B.<i>ton, Wbotcsiilu Ageuta lor .^«.'W iluglaud 
iiOv£2 ~ < 


BRUOKS it DAVia* 

QUADHlLJiB BAND. 

Tl -^ f b*"'" "• onrsiilzed for the **■*•» of lM5-#, 
11 aad Is prep'trid to furnish the Isluet and most 
f.isblonHi.le MuhIc for Hulls, A.seBihtles, Psgtied; 
He. The linnd roiisUu uf tha tulWwIns WB^lj^ 
IWlown MusIiImis ;— 

W. AT.f»:70 OWKX, First V1'>1Ib: >• 

OLIVKlt T. I).\Vlrt,«a Violin, and ProoiylBt: 
£,a..C-\UI,T')X. Ba**: ^ 

* , K. SMITH. Clarloet: ^^ 

IL 1>. BKOOKfl, ConieC 
At>p'T fo "■ f nrletofi, at 77 MMrr1mai4t au«««t. at 
.Rmilh & IJrook*' Koom, Wentworili'n H!o. Ic. (firs', 
floor 111 the rear.) or to any roumber of the Band, 
liowell Hen. as. 1«66. oepiaBdtf. 


s;>>^ - • - 'a^ 

S^PSAPARIM A 

COMPOUND 


Dr. LarookafcV 

8AB8APAB1LU ' 

COMPOUNDi 


For the speedy and permanent cure of 

Urer Cooa^lalist, aerofnU, ov Klssc** 
£irll, Dyspepsia, I>rops7, !Vc1atatal«^ 
EpUepsy. Erysipelas, Ht. Antkbrny** 
Fire, Pimples, Pustules, Bletelies.BoiU, 
Tamors, Halt Rhenm, Fleers Msd Sosfiws,' 
Rbenmatiam, Pain hs tls« IHMBaMili,aMai 
stnd BAwels, Cenersa BeMUty^, liUwtmm 
ncensUoa, HyphllU omA MercsarUl IM*- 
Miae, and aU compUlats aiiBUi£ ttom or rgsolK 
tn)/: Ib iNipnre Blood. . ; 

It is 4ota,U the ttrength ot Boy other Bargiy^ 
rOlB Compound la the market, sod is Indoraea 
by the medical facultjta* tbe,bes< an<f duo^ttt 
Blooi> Purifier extant. 

rrlee |1.0O per BotUe. ^ / 

Prepared by ' ;, .j 

D8.IL K. KNIGUTS,...Ch««nlft, ,,,^ 
Melbooe, Mass. 

lOR. LAROOKJM'S 


Indian Vsgetabla 

•DLHONIC 
SYRUP A 


d3m 


12 M.,Bnd5.on r. «. 
SOO A.M., 12.40 and 


r.eBve Worceater 

p. M 

" Nashua at 7.10 a. U 
•• Oroton Jnnction at 

All trains onnect at Orolon Junction with 
8f liny .Brook R. ll. triins. Clo^o connections 
are slso m*de at Worcester wjih triiins for 
Pr.-ividencp. Norwich New York, SpringBcld, 
Ali^anv, and the West. ^ 

Through tickets fir NewTork by So«ind or 
Land Routes, cm be had st the TiaUft Office 
in Lowell, where. sNo, State Ro:.m« and Berths 
can he secured bv the Steimers " City of Bos- 
ton" snd '• City of New York." 

For further particulars as to eonneriinns with 
other Ruais, sec Snow's Fathflndrr Ouile. 
^. W. BBNfLKY. Supt. 

Woreester. Nov. 29. 1864. noT3'Jdtf 


FREIGHT LINE 


xiiik£Z2 OR rxsnxiiiB, 

IF yon have heen iMi-ni i)I:nt nn.l are now reap- 
ing the hitler friiil* I'f timt Iniprudeiiee, and 
wi*li tn cur>' yonr»elf in itoiii one to iwo day* with 
out being duped hy Qiim-k* or fear of exposure, 
send $1 and a poatage stainp^ with yuur sddress, 
to L. rAllKEH, Loik r.ox yiS, fti.Mi'foril, Maine. and 
you will receive by ntiim nml!.' closely seiileil in 
nn envelope, the in-w l''Hl:Ntll IJf.MKliV. Thi* '* 
nn humbug, but the rerlpe of nn eminent Free .0 
I'liysi'lii'i. ll N purely vegeliiMi-. and leaves the 
svKti'in 111 an Improved and healthy condition. — 
Tr>' It- declaim 

'^i>w£iir V. ZESZrXSy 

nERlH NT TAILOR, 

▲ DEALER IN 

Cloths and Furnishiag Good 

Aa. 4 Mrrrim irk ilou'e, 

(OPPOSITE lAOIl AND ^WlllTJlrV MOXIJIE5IT), 

* Merrimack Street, LOWELL, MAtj;j. 

oel'Jil dSni 

KEiV ESTi;BLhnilE.\Ts 

IN DL'SI NKsa AGAIN. 

f J^IIoVf .\P E. n<)f=S. well known to the citizens 
■ of Lowell andvii-liiitj-as a JInir- 1 frrtfrr, who 
(ormrrly ocriijiled store No. TD Ci litral Street, hut 
ior Ibe past year unslile In attend to'busl.iess, l>e- 
Ing now reKtorxl tu hi* lorniur guod beallli, has 
commeuced business again st 

tin. U CE.NTUAL HTttEKT, 
(Or. Hayek* old sUind,) where be will be happy to 
raei'lve all bis oM and us many ucw customers aa 
mny favor hlin wllb a call. 

IInvii^{ lilted up my shop In the best nos*llile 
manner, everything new and clean, also fltted up a 
private room for l.adieit nud Children, Liuliea or 
iientlemen Wishing their hsir colon-d, nnd not 
wanting 10 be exposed tu public veiw, can have it 
done at Koss'. 

X. U.— Vou cnn always find Ipr sale at ROBS' B 
good snppiv of Unxori", Haror Htnips. Hhaving 
lirushes, llnir Kruobes, Tooih liriishes. Nail 
lirushes, f'oinbs, I'erfuniery, Oils, Hoiips, etc. 

Ross' etdehriited II.AIK OYK, never falling to 
give a perfect bbick, warranted not to fade. 
TUOM.V.'^ E. nos.'^, 

Ko. 12 Cotitral street, 

1y8d LoweU Hasa. 


ixV^«"'>%, 


Vr GETABLr 


COUGH iri; COLDS 


Curea Coughs, Colds, WHOOPnro CocoR* 
Cuoup, Asthma, Cat.vkrh, Broschiti.s, Pais 
nt THKSinn, XiGirr S^v«.lT9, Hoar-iesesb, to 
which publio epcskers and singers arc liablSp 
CQysi'^n'TioN', in its early stages, and all <Ua> 
eases of the Throat snd Lungs. ^ 

Indorsed by the hl;;rheBt medical snthorlty, 
clergymen of every denomination, authors, edi- 
tors, prufessora ia our varioas eolle<;cs, sad b^^ 
many of our most eminent public men. 

Containing no opium, it is adapted to every age. 
and may be used without fbar of the dan;;croag 
resolts which follow the useof msny oftheCoMC^ 
preporatioud of which opium and Ipocac aw Ul*^ 


Gl're It • trlsU. mi- 

Prioe 00 cents and tl per bottle. 
Db. E. C KMUUXS, Proprietor, tfclrose,Uu»| 


DB. KNIGHTS^ 

ORIENTAL: ^ 

RESTOBEii 


BETWEEN 


LJI/-«A VurtJ 


FOR RALiii LOW, 

A valuable Worse, Top ltuggy» Unggy 
'sgon, niee HMgh and Hsmee^. Hlank- 
kiid Uohes. laqulrn al UAKGUM'S 
Hlore, 1«K Mcnrtmnek MreoU 

dtf 


HAMUI.B 1 , no. ion pern 

tanAtreot Lowell. lUM, 


I' 


,t>.f>S 


■<"1 


a 


Buuik fiioek . bLsuucA straat. 


^_J!!1 


White's Army Stimulant) 

WAJULANTKD TU CURB 

RKRYOUM nSADACUB, 
■OK^B THR'^AT. 

"*'i\Bd DtPHTHKRIA. 

Preparrd hy" 


The first class powerful Irom 8tes(Bishlps 
MOUAVI.W, ^T. OEOUOE, 

I'KlirrviAN, BT. VATItlCK. 

NOVA eO»TlAK, HT. ANOKKW, 

NORTH AMEUIC.VN, HT. DAVID, 
yx\n »nli Front r.iirrpool nm\ Xeir Ynrl- every 

week, calling st ^acensfowi* to laud and rccidvs 

pa*sengerM. 1 

Kntws of I'asssge from New York, payabls In 

Cnrrcircy, 

rahlB fttO, Mtearage §30. 

To New York, very Low Rates. 
I'sssetigers forwarded to I'nrls and sll German 
ports at very low rates. 

For pa*««iie apiily to WILLIAMH A OUION, 29 
Broadway, New York, or 

' O.McXAMARA, 
No. 7 Museum Tir.lldlng, T/Owell. Msss. 
N. B.— Agents for the "Old Black BUir Line " of 
Liverpool FackeMi. rnnyMly 

White's Army Stimulant, 

• WAAaANTBD TO CUKB 

CATARRH,' , 

N^KVClts IIRADACUE, 
" • '»• i6B i - ROAf, 

"^•"'" ADd DIPHTHERIA. 


^,. itoii-*.'!'^ 
.'in'io:: 


WORCESTEn .\yO POINTS IfORI'li AMD 
yew YORK. 

Tho new, large, end powerful A 1 Steamers of the 

ITeptune Steamship Company. 

. rrP' Ih ELKCIR V.Capi. J. W. Nvb; OA- 
LpM'T^tJLATE.V, Capt. W. M. Jones; and 
OCKAXl'.'^, Capt. 8. •"'HOwr.Ll,, of 2000 tons regia 
Icreaih, having unhr.iken and rcliahle water tight 
compartments, and with unsurpassed Frelgbt (and 
Pa»i<ei»ger> accommo.iatlons, making daily trips 
between Providence iiid New York, landing In 
New York at their sp iclous Iter 27, North River, 
(font of Robinson Strict) connecting at I'rovldcnce 
with the 

Piiil\IUB\(;i< & WOKCESTER R^ILRnAD, 

and at New York with thj Pteam'Canal Lines fhr 
I'hilKlilphh, lUtltimiirt, end all points South. Al 
so with thi' A.Vm" /ffiiViriiw lor nil Western points, 
without rhsrge for " wharfage,' "cartuge," or oth- 
ir expen*e In New York. 

Utilrnix/irHtyn a» lair at hfi any other .Sfeom Line. 

All freight for points *outh of New York *hould 
l>e co'i«lgiied lo carcof l.~IAAC ODKLL, Agent, 
IMer 'il. North River, New York. 

For further Information apply to A. C. MUX 
ROK, General Agent. No. 2 I.lncoln Block, Woi^ 
cesler: or to A. K. QCACKF-XBOSS, I'rovldcnce 
Depot, Oreeu tslreet, Worcester. 

' J. B. UAlUilNER. Agent, 

insr2dtf ProVldenoe. 


11 ,t.kv#*li 
septs 


Prepsrcd by 
k. WHITE, 


Lowell, If ass. 


T7N0WI,E8 BROS, 114 Merrimack slre.'t, keep 
*l\ eorstBnOy'on hand a good assortmsnt of th* 
C O D-lh|Sli.'s JaOOTti and tlMOKS. New Bab* 
given when any radical defect appears la k Bool 

•TfkMllMikMNBatatUMtoiAra, mi» 


BAiiaBIVT ft COS*. EXPRESS 

From LOWBIiL to BOSTON, BAI^M, 
LAWBBN')K. OBOTON, WQH- 

CESTrB, WILTON and NASHUA. 

Lcsves lyiwell for Boston at 7.3U, 9^ A. M. 
and 21 P. M 

For Salem at 7.28 A. M., 2 00 P M 

For Lawrence af 7^. 10 A. M., 2 4«, « P. M. 

For Oroton and Woroester at 7. 11.46 A. M.. 
i.46 P. M. 

Lesve Boston for LoweU at 9^, A. M .« 3.00 
and 4| P. M. _ . 

Lesve Saletn at 9.40 A M., 8.OO P. M. 

Lf ave Lawrence at 8^ A. M.. 12). 6^ P. X. 

LeavB Uretott at 8 A. M., £.45 P. M. 

Nov. .10. 1868. 


T*1K "FLORBNOB" 

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SRW|i«6 M^AfHlNES 

For aals by R. 0. OKAN, AfMit, 

Mflldtf ROsMihdMM^IiAlMll. 


ITCH I IT H ! I ITCH I I ! 

PORITI\TLY cure.1 In 24 hours by using PtnC 
FKIES'ITCHOINTMKST. Nc. danger from 
Inking cold. Does not contain the le.-isl particle of 
mercury or other dangerous ingredleut. Frtce V> 
cent*. 

8old by EDWAIin BAILEY, successor to*am. 
nel Kidder. Jr. .% (>)., cornel of MvrrlBiBck and 
John sis., Lowell, Mass. novlT 


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IPmweB lUelf the onlr rcUable : 

»< iiray %nA FaiUa Ualr t» Um ori^HMMX 

ciolor. 

It contains neither oil, alcohol, nor aay oth« 
Iq^urious substance. 
It cleanses the, scalp, elreo the hair a r|ch an4 

, gloss/ apjiesnincn. •»* promoSos Us Inv^rlailft 
JTOWth. 

It Is sclcBtlflcally prepsrod, and Is ludorsadhy 

the most eminent me<lical authority. 

It Is exquisitely perfumed, will not stain d> 
•oil tho finest fabric, and is IndlspenaaUo to^UM 
toUct of every lady and gentleman. 


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rg- ItlY KO OTBER! 
Price -73 ecaita per B«tCl4; 

XVepsrcd by Db. E. K. KNTGHTS, ChooJalC^: 

Melbobk, Mam. * - - ■ ', 

SoUby " -.• niif ii>f 

C. U. KIMB.VLL, F. II. BCTLER A CO,. F. % 
K. HAII.EY. LoweU. a;nd all Druggists sod Mer- 
ehaiits thruugboul the oouotry. 

niayU deod'AHf 


loi 


TWlNR. 

AOOOD assortment just received for sale by_ 
C. v. TALKOT Xi CO., 
-— ■•' City Market Building. 


octSdtf 


REMOVAIi. 

TITK aabscrlber would respeemilly Infem hta 
friends and the public that be has removed to 
Mechanics* .Mills, Dutton tilreel, where he la now 
prupsrud to 1111 orders for 

WOODEN SCREWS. 

Be Is also prepared to do any Jobs In 

W^OOD TUliNlNO 

which may be entrusted to hln>, st short ootloa, 
and on reasonable terms. 

lOLTOX ALDRICH. 
Lowell, May 8, 1865. uaySdtf 


llERRinACK HOIISK, 

I(OW1SIit<. 

The undersigned relorns hir sincer 
tbnnks fo bis former patrons snd the dtl 
sens of Lowell for thuir syrapathy and 
kind feeling expressed toward him. In his 
late loaMiy Are. 

Uavliig rellttod a portion of his hoase, 
he Is now ready to receive company as heretofore. 

HENRY EMERY. 
Lowell. March 90, IMS. marWdtf 



NO ICE 

ROOMS to let, with Power, on MMdleaeg streetf 
by OTIS ALLKN. 

Ixiwell, April M, ISftft 


OYSTEk 


apr«6dtf 


AMD 


BATZNO ROOMS, 

No. 6 Middle Htreet. 

MRALS SERVEL* AT ^LL HOURS. 

CLAM CHOWDER 

■rery BstarAay evening. 
eetJB H. W. LOVEJOT. 

AEW AND DESIRABLE STYLES _ 

Of French, Kngllsh and Americas 

STATIONERY, 

A large aaaortment Jnstreoelved and flor sal* at 
COOOBSBALL'S Book and Sutionery Store, 
oetlu tl Merrimack stMOl 


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BREAD t BREAD 1 1 BBKADIU 

FOR SAL! HKRS-Pr«L VorttofV* PbUbI 
Cream of Tartar •ubsUtnle, RuMtOBO Ykabt 

POWng* A1«I> BBKAD PBtPAKATIOII. 

M. B.— By nslBg the ahove arttelsa jam wMt kat* 
a gain of flheen to twenty pounds of brea^ ttoet 
each barrel of flour lAAre than by any other pro- 
cess. 

J. A J. MjJXARBON, A«aalB for Lowell, Bank 
Building. SkatUiok atreet. ffy* 


OrBRA akAaMIS In 
jgjsaMo srioee, at MX 


XKOWLBB B 
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Medical Adyice. 


'TftR. J. M. HARMON, Physlclsn and (Nirteon. 

I r consults with llie sick gencriUly, and glvsg 
advlee to ult. when desired ; hnl attends more psr- 
ttcnlitrly tO thu«« tmitortiMit dUeaasa, ii>«ilh«r eel. 
which ro*liiire the •pedal care of sn eiperlenced 
and disorei't prHctltJoner. AequalBti-d wtth SB 
nioderii IniprovenK lit* in the prsctli-e of bis dlA- 
eult sperinlty, with a somewhat remarkable exp^ 
nviiceof more than eigheeDj|eariia..'.rcatin« the 
worst forms of disease. Dr. II. may be enabled to 
oiler surb InfurmfUlon nnd ml vice as ia aeldyokek* 
tillncd oulHide the lust Iloipitals of th? country,— 
Friendly and paternal ootinsel given l« ttie aMJMs 
tunate yoniig of both sexes who mny auffbr from 
the iiidlaeretionn common to their age and ****•• 
tlun In life. I'ersops at a distance cau cniuult th^ 
l)r. by letter, and by enclosing one dollar, may re- 
ceive all dcsfhul infurination by rvtura mall., nr 

N. 11. — The inont careful attention given to sll 
Female tkimplaints, and to thoae ilangvreas iMaof^ 
ders (bolb iif bodv and mindl comJhon to yoqnj 
men who have sulfered f^om the biek n/tlmefy' sM 
judicious Counsel, livery conveqiiuicu is afforded 
lo such as may wish a private connntlalion, and Stl 
ordinary advicit given free. Usfervnce la hSM 
m*de to a *tatemeiil frequently made by aome of 
the maat respeetabla ycnurBi praelill osiers In LsNT^ 
ell : — , 

" Theae romplainU ahoald oonstititU a'dlsllMl. 
branch of the profession, and should be aU«gi^K| 
fo by a competent physician : and we bcIlev^tHat 
Dr. Harmon Is belter qunlifled for that heawBhlsf 
practice than nny one wo know of who devotes 
oimsclf particularly lo it." 

The Red PiU: ' 

An eminently sclcntiftc and meritorlons prepar%- 
Hon— a s»/eand stire remedy Cor woman's peaallw 
difficulties, whetbcr occurring In ibe 

HABRIEO OR SINGLE STATS. ' ' 


Prepared and preacribed by Dr. 

-I well. 


Harmon, of 

Lowell. 

offleo In Welles' Bloek, (np stairs) eomarof 
Merrtmaek and Kirk streets, Lowell, Maaa. Xa- 
trance from Merrimack street. , (/ 

8uch as prefer msy obtain the Pills of s lady a 
Ko. U VniuB street, I <BwyM. —taMBAWf^ ' 

BLA!SK BOOK HAXVrACTflt 

AND DQOK Bj^NDINQ. , 

T> C. BARGKANT, Clly Oovcmment B^Udte 
IJ, having In his employ one of tho best tmol 
Book Uinders in New KB(laml, is prepared 4«rnrf» 
to order and bind In the roust substantial mauBer, 
BLANK BOOK^4 of all kinds. The very M# 
quality of Taper useil, and bought directly fWtm 
Uie manufHCtiirorn which enables I Ibi to UMlsk 
Blank Books al the loi^est market price. ' 


Old Uuok*^ Magaztoes, i'ampblsta, Maatf^a^V^ 
ound promptly and In the best «tyle. 
*«* A complete as*ortmeiil of BUnk BooltB,ii»l> 


In my own Itiii<li'ry, will he constantly un 
aad fur sale at reasoikabls prioea. 1 ' • 

ft. O, SAROKASrr, , 
septMdtr City Ooyel4im«bt BfalMnc. 


THE roagh surface made trotn fnt* LlngBjlarfB 
MMl siaall alse, r«M aod plain, Wllh WMt- 
opes to mstch. , 

KKKNCil .VOTE PA PEIte, WBter lines, sawsral 
aew patterBs, wIthJnvBlapaB t» sssas h . larfBla 
byW C. BAROEA^T. 
oet23 City Ooremmeia B«l|Al4t. t 

l ISIKAef the first nallM hssi rMBlvMA'tkf* 
J J Pmll Store of Jd. D. BlLLIKqa, 

•0127 ■ ' lOiOeisirBl 

JUST received fKmi AtbaBy • lot ef .*!• Rm | 
wh«ai Flour, ior sals by •. N . ^VOf lb , 
eetaodnt «81la^^ 

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>:«Bek- BmI Bleak,! 

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LAVtv*^ mhvru BOXES M sbm ■* U^ 


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IHE DAILY COURIER. 


W*aMMl»j. liAuary 8» 18W. 


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Ma. A. WM • •l»»ehoUI#r ; «Dd M lueh A lcttcb fhoman ArrEonoNATc oiD 
b« r«ttltr«lly ditcbkrKfd all ihv duilw tfeftt MobMon. A (horl lime ago, a Monuon wbo 
ntBitott iaoUed. - Tb« ^K' »>f 'SJ? I .rriir** i» X^Mmm for «b« •«o«««i mi>- 


boV. buowNtttw, • ftwdayt^ito. !»•«»«> 
^ addrMi 10 ih« KMt TtnntMM lof aluU. 

u wMti to* •»•»•• »•»•* '■ *'• ■!••••«• *" 

|b«1«|{»l*iara h« uff*d tb« Imporitoc* of 
^ettfcrriag upoa tfaa fnt peop'* <'f ©o'®' 
IIm prWile|« of w»ur>lnf in courU of jut- 
Uaa. Tfcta b« did b*c««»« tba nektar* 
«M rifhi ■• Jwalf. bet^nn U would do 
•way ID TaoneMW wUb ibe nae»«rily for a 
•«Fr««d»»B^ *»•"«•"." •«»«* boMUM b« 
tbottfht lb« p»iMB« of iucb • Uw would 
•Uitfy ibt colori-d peopU ^nd ibe counlry. 
A law to «bU effecl bad paaaed lb« benate, 
in Tanoeaaea, but iha cbaooaa war* ibat it 
voald be d»faaiod la the Houao. If loet, 
•aya «be Oo»ernor, it will be klllea by tbe 
loyal Totaa of Eaat T^nneaaee— iba mem- 
ben correctly repreaenliog their conatito- 
UK8. *• Thii I knew,'' adda the Governor, 
•» when I preaaed the meaauro in my mea- , 
Mge. aad believe tha boneat, patriotic 
people ware miaUken. aa to ibeir o^i beat 
iateraaia. 1 ibink ao atiil, but Uaa will 

•IM.W." 

The Oovemor takea bla poiition at foil- 
la wa : — 

Tbe rebeU clamor for iba right of teati- 
f^iag aad voting, and Union men are ready 
to oonoade tbe rigbi on account of the 
coJor oftktir tkim. Ooa fact alon<t ahould 
Mttla tbe queation aato the rrbela— tbat 
u, for lour year* tbey did all t bey could 
to deatroy tbe government. For ibia they 
«tiOuld nut b« allowtd a voice in ita affaira. 
Ooe fact alone abould aettle ibe juration 
M 10 tbe bUcka-for fcur yeara tbey Hid 
all Ihay eould, by givirg information, and 
fighting, to aave tbe Government. And, 
but for ibeir color, ibe pari ibey took, in 
tbe rebellion would give tbam the rtghi to 
tcaiify and vote. Tbe voice of prtjudict 
. Mmy^ bold tbcm back. The voica ot rea- 
aeo and jualice »aya, take mffiugt ftom 
tkt tnemtM of the g'-9tTHmtnt a-a give tl 
to ita fritnda. ll tha Statea wouin not 
do tbia, Congreaa hae ibe power, ondt-r 
tbe au«nded Conautution, to do it, and 
will and ought to curry ii out. 

W« do not reckon oararlvea among tbe 
admirera ol Gov Broanluw, but frankly 
admit thai we finO no diffict^lty in acaeni- 
iog to all iht! prupetitiona contained in Ibe 
above paiagrapb, except in, perbapa, tha 
laat aeoteiice. 


both maater and alave to wr«tcbedDeaa.< — 
MfneUater {N. B.,) Democrat. 

Tbe Manckeeter Dtmocrat and tbe radi- 
cal abolitionikta may be aati«6ed wiib tba 
abova atatcmaot of tha eaae, but we be- 
liava tba latier part of it to be wholly and 
abaolutety falae. " Tbe North " never 
deatroyed the relation bf tween maater and 
alave, and never directly reduced either to 
povcity and •retcbediiaaa. 

Slavery, ao (be Democrata have alwaya 
maintained, and aa we believe correctly, 
waa a S(a/r initiiution, with which tbe fed- 
eral gavernment bad no right to intt-rtere. 
Whan tba Southern Statea attempted to 
aecede from tbe federal union they dea- 
(royrd alavery, without an> aid. from Prea- 
ident Lincoln'aamancipailon proclama<ion. 


When tbe Statea were cut looae from Iba 
federal government, tbe State covero- 
menta, in contemplation of. law, ceased lo 
exist, and when they ceaaed to exist, bUt- 
ery erased to exist alao. Slavery t^us be* 
ing destroyed, it waa not, conatitoiionally, 
ii\ the power of the federal government to 
revive it. "The North," by force o( arms 
rcatored the Union ; slavery waa dead aa 
aoon aa tbe atatea aeparated their gov- 
ernmenti from the federal union. It waa 
the act ol the South, not of ibe North, that 
reduced *' both master and alave to pover- 
ty and wretchedoeaa.'' .o. 


poae or marrying hia fifth wile, wriiaa tba 
fo'.lowiag corioua Dole to the 7Vt6Mn« of 
that city : 

Oa my vlait to Chicago I aolioed aa 
article in Iba 7rt6un« in regard to Utah. 
That Kprakor Cotfax expreaacd a with that 
Preiideot Young might have a *revelailun 
prohibliioK poUgtmy,' is lorn* a matier of 
aome doubt. On tbe contrary I have res- 
son to know that Speaker Culifax eloquent- 
ly espreaaed hia gratitude at the domestic 
happineaa of our community. lama Mor- 
mon born and bred, and Ihe husband ot 
four wiv«*; and what may a«em strange, 
my miaaion here is ooe of love, to Iranii- 
plant a flower from this sterile (in(>ri>li)) 
Uiiiud" lo bloom aad flourish in our bap 
py home. We have no with to be admit- 
ted into your 'Union' — nor do we wish at 
one fell awoop to be divorced from our 
wives and families. It seems to me it 
would be wise to let 04 Murmuns alone, and 
devote your moral lectures to a cummuoi- 
tyirhere a ilian or a woman ran marry and 
be divorced three times wiihia as many 
yeara. Kespectfully, 

Abrauau WEtLa. 


Chango of Firm 

— a-j — vl y p t ' •jm-' 
REDUCTION OF STOM. 

Tha flriii ofHARTSHOHX, U4LL k WOODS 


. B R E V 1 1- 1 IS S . 

■aa Ililr4 rag* far Lacala. 

'"^ Am Alabama orator recaatiy aaid : *'Tbe 
caaae of Ibe South'^ia not Icat ; we aball 
yet be victorious and free of Nortberi| 

daspotitm." We rather opine that tbe havlnc b««n diMolvad, and w* havtuf rormeda 
Alabamlana have mdN to fear from South- e«pa«o«rthlp tor tba eonUiuiaaca of lu buatnwM, 
orn than from Northern despotism. Beth 
are to be dreaded, but fears of tbe laltar 
in Alabama ia a little nonsensical. 

lloulES in Japan can be bought (or thir- 
ty dollars, and in them one msy live com- 
fortably lor two eeoja a day. 

AasK. 

It l« Bot moeh Ibe world ean gtv* 

WiUi a I luauMlu art. 
> At d ijold .loiic i» M..1 iIm tlilajt ' : 

T>' i.iH f) Wii- h"»jl; >— . 

But< 


' iMroaiAMT otciblON. Yesterday, Jus- 
tire LIkffvrd delivered sn opinion in the 
Supreme Couit of tbe United Statea in an 
appealed caae from the District Court io 
Wisconain, in which the Milwaukee and 
CbtcKgo K^ilrosd Company were r.eapon- 
denta. It appe«ra that certain mortgaged 
premises bad several times been^ffered lor 
sale, bot were not aold, and that tbe ap- 
pellant claimed po*aeasion on the ground 
that be was the highest bidder, but tbe 
Bjpreme Court boUia that bidding at auc- 
tion wfreoffrrf, and there ia no binding 
obligation until the consent of boib par- 
lira ia given. In other words tbrre must 
ba a mutual ani'erstaoding to a definite 
agrccmrni. Aa the auctioneer may refuae 
to alrike ofT the properly lo ibe bigbeat ^ 
bid('ar, so a bid may bo withdrawn before 
tbe hammer falls. The Court aaid that 
j jatice bad been done and all partiet were 
aatitfied but the appellant, and that tbr 
dearea of the Dialrict Court ia affiroied 
with costs. 


Wb have received two bills of fare at 
the Christnvaa dinners, 25th ultimo, at ho- 
tels at a cooaiderable distance from this 
place, and also quite remote from each 
other — ooe from Not folk, Va., and tbe 
other from Indianapolis, Ind. 

At the former. Com John Billinga, (or- 
iw4rly of Lowell, ia caterer : and knowing 
aomething of the lively Commodore's an- 
lecedftPlsi and further, k»owirg some 
thing of bi» tastes ard vie«s concert ing a 
i(ood dinner ; ai<d mmeo^er, bein|( aware 
ihat he alwa}S knoaa abaH ther. is good 
in tbe market ; and agsir, having the ev- 
idence of at least l-Hlf our aenses to le»ti 
fy In bis behalf, bicktd up by the hill if 
laie already slludrd to, we are moralU 
certain that those who dined at the Na- 
tional Hotel, Norfolk, Va . on Christmas 
day, fared sumptuously ; and it is quite a* 
certain that the guests nn all da>s at the 
aame place, while Com. John fupplie* the 
larder, will have no occaMun to complain of 
the management of tha table. 

At the Uatea House, Indianapolia, Ind., 
Capt. £ Hartwell, is clerk — a position be 
'.IBS occupi'-d lor some years pskt. the 
Bates Houae is the leading butrl of ihics. 
Slate of Indiana— large, well 6nished and' 
furniahed, and ia kept, in«li respects, up 
10 the limes. The bi I of tare, at this 
hnuae, on Christmas day is enouab to 
make a hungry man l/anlie. Io the wine 
lilt is brandy (viotag<> of 1798) at S>10 per 
bo\ll«, and a eaviatn Wtn«l ol aburry and 

^a^ujaf'*"^*'* ~«- hottle Ihe peopli- 
ot ilie west five high, we doubt not; but 
appetitea are also well provided for. 


Justice of tub rkcomstbucted rebels. 
The Washington correspondent ol tbe 
Phittdelpkia Inquirer givea the folldVriog 
instances of the sort of justice done lo the 
blacks by the pardoned and Bspardoned 
chivalry of Virginia : ':■:'' ■ """^ 

It appears that sll the white ringleaders 
ot ibe Confederate raid upon the colored 
pt-ople in Alexandra on Christmas ha a 
beu nreleasea, aiid left for poima further 
South, while many colored mm who were 
upon tbe defensive, are alill contined in 
(he slave peo. An additional regiment 
haa been srnt there lo prevent any nut- 
break on New Yeara day When a Unit- 
ed Siaiea offleer can De asssssinatedMn 
da>ligbt, aa was Major Uiion not l< ng 
kince, and rebel ofiirura aet free by Mr. 
Pierponi's courts, what can be eipeeied 
of aucb a coismunily wtien the miiitaiy 
are •iibdrawn, and our ei-colored nol- 
diers are turned over to them, fir»t beinit 
diaarmed. 

Among the' court esses in Richmond, 
noticed in Sa'orday'a paper*, is one of h 
colured man sent lo I Hril- Tliund'T loi 
tbiily dsts. for having ii.»ul'eij a while 
niati, ai d, on being arrested. bdtin|{ h-en 
l.,UD.t wiib pistols conceal>-il A ili»iiii 
Kusbvd miliiMry nfficr. who b.<M j^i-i re- 
'uriied liom Kichin^'nd, |i|i<iino->)vi| that 
cny >a dirlu) . 1 as it wa> one )e*T egn, an-l 
kBts lliai ib<- I lest'nt Le^ioU'Cre ui V^it- 
ainia, an a body sie no l)etter thin "Extra 
bill) Smith's c»bal{" that there is not a 
<iian ill it whc dares, even if so disposed, 
to admit that th>re has ever been an} 
treason none by Virginia. 


.... .j.__^ 


A WBlTEB in the Providence Joii^rnal 
talla tbe lollowing alory : A Georgia mer- 
cbaat rceeotly came to N«« York with 
aaonry enough to pay hia debta in full, bpt 
it would exhaust all bis means, and cppn- 
pcl bim to seek other means of obtaining 
a livelihood. Ha lold hia creditors Ibe 
whole alory, and aupposing that Southern 
eredit waa wholly eibausted be had no 
hopes of being able to do mora than pay 
bis debts. His creditors readily took 50 
per cent, of their caima, gava bim a dis- 
charge in foil, and allowed htm lo pur- 
ebaao for eaah with the balance of his 
money. Such ia tbe manner in which tbe 
Maw York mercbania are aeltling with 
Ibair former Southern cualomera. 'J he 
Georgian appreciated it very sensibly, and 
aaid — '* We shall go back to tbe South and 
preach this ootold generosity lo our cua 
tomera over onr couniera It will do 
■ore good to return things to their natnral 
p laiiion, and to correct the many and mis- 
taken prtjudices, than all Ibe miasiooariea, 
or any Giber steps yet taken. Ilia mag- 
■aninity in Ihe true meaning of the word, 
aad ao many will go tack with feelinga 
nmilar lo my own, that it most ahow itseil 
with a potency ibat will aurpaaa all other 
Mtempla " 

FcaiAM CbNORKet. The l<eoUn Con- 
greaa met io Ne« York, yesterday. Rei. 
olutioiik aere rdi | led, sustaining Col. U'- 
Mabooey. Two plenipotentiaries were 
prcaesit from Ireland, vLo ataied that they 
brought letters from Stephens, wbo is now 
in Paris. 

Previous lo tbe opening of Congress 
Maura. Meany, SioDolt and Mullen, ol 
tha Feriiao Senate, met at ihe Senate 
headquarters io pursusnce to the regular 
adjournment of November 7th, but there 
■ot being a quorum present adjourned. 
Baport saya two £ogli«h detectives were 
apottad aad refased admission to tha Coo- 
graaa. 


DtvoRcr. They hsre been trying in 
New York city, for 6ve or six weeks, a 
case, very appropriately called the Strong 
divorce caae, the deiaila of which ha«a 
been very minutely given in aome of the 
daily papera there. The perusal of these 
details is not calculated very much to ids 
prove the moral taste of the reader. 

Tiia jury, after dtlibcraiing forty-right 
hours were unable to agree, and have 
been discharged. On bring discharged, 
one of tb^ jurora informed tbe court that 
one ol their number, some days ago, wml 
out with the detecuv, engsged by de- 
fendant's cuunsti U) procure leatimony, 
and when be returned aaid he believed 
Mr. Strong guilty of adultery with Mrs 
Poller, and wished lo hear no moretesii- 
mocy on that point. Tbe juror referred to 
denied having made any such slaiempbi, 
but said he believed ir' m tha le^timryn) 
that Mr. Stiong was guilty. On thai 
question the jury stood ten in favor of Mr. 
Strong and two again«t him. On all the 
Giber quealions the jury were agreed. 


How Tu DO IT. A writer in the Button 
Tianscrtjit dating* (rem Ooldsborough,, 
\. C , tells tbe following : 

"Elect me aa your repreaentaiive," asid 
a aiunip apeaker at a recent p-litiral 
i;aiherin|{ (rcierrinf lo srnie matter ol 
legislstion to which he had prt v:ou»ly allu- 
deo), and I will otfer a resolution. &o 

Tu which the opponent on the other 
side replied, when it came to be Ms turn 
lo speak, as follow* : "My sntMgoiti<i.har 
in this mistier nropua-d lo ynu ibai he 
would (V^"' "''""''''''<"* -4f eirced 10 li.e 
asa.mhly, but what will bis resolution 
amouoi 10 ? What i« a ^ere revolution 
liuing to uo'in this matter ? Nn, gentlemen, 
i' can d<! nmhin|{ and he knoas ii ! but il 
vou cast your votes fur me I will bmiy in 
a Bit. I,, and this busii e-a v/ill be seliled s» 
>ou want to have it." 
' The idea of tmntt'ing in a "bill " seemed 
'O strike ihe audience very lorcihly a* the 
"best way to do il, and hia remark* wrie 
I 'uJly c'leered, and, it is needirs* lo say 
that tbe "reaoluffon" man was defeated. 


utob ifthuM; who O'ltatrrtouud.. 
'ib« altiir aa<l lit* liearili, ^ 

llaVD itentl)* auidaaa I loTlog waj% , 

Uu» bcsuUlui la aarU. 1 'tj- 

■ » — ^ • 

The small pox ia raging in Mobile. In- 
fected subjects are perambulsting thj) 
streets begging at the doors (or water, or 
for a place lo lie down and die. Tbia 
atory ia a little loo tough for belief, bot »e 
give it ai we receive it through our ei- 
changei. 

The number of immigrants wbo have ar- 
rived at New York during the year ia l9o,> 
075. Germany aent 82,4o4 and Ireland 
100,338. Turkey furnished 5, Graecs 5,' 
and .\frica 37. r-r ' 

" Moke than a roUlion children are em- 
ployed in Engliah manufactures from 
twelve to eighteen houra per day, ignorant 
and detiase^ without opportunity of be- 
coming educated." How doealhia atory 
cirreapond with those concerning the 
eigh'-hours for a day's work, which are so 
ofieo referred to P 

A MAN at Cherryville, Huoterdon 
county, N. J., wbo waa pronounced in tbe 
last aiages ol consumptioo, insisted on 
having his body opened. Ibe surgeon 
did it reluctantly, look out a sack ot mat 
ter weighing five pi unda ai.d three q>i«r 
ters which was atta< bed to cnu lung, aod 
the mi>n i« now recovering. 

Gov And^hbun <f libio, in hia nirt 
iittif to the le^iMlaiure r»pudi<t<e* tbe i>!ea 
ot inierrerinit In Mexican affair*, lo su— 
tain a republic there. He say^ that .Mtxi- 
cn never has been and never c^n bo a re- 
public, unless h'-r people can be born ov>r 
again and of entirely dilUreni parentage. 

GtM. Lee h«a taken tbe amnetty oatb, 
but has never applied for a pardon. 

Mr. Gat, of HilUborough Centre, K. 
H , raised on one tree, last year, ten bush- 
el* of apples, tan ot which he sold fur $56. 


wUl aail al 

VSaT LOW FBIOBS 

FOR THK NEXT SIXIY DAYS, 

to maka a raduetlon of atook. 
Ws have a few siora 

DEAYr AKMY BU'^KETS 

At 93.00 each. 


liiiY GOOD^ 


AT 


DEAFNESS. ^ 

With every Dlaeaae wbloh la- 
feats th* Buman Body. 

DEAKNKdS,.V(><«^ ia Ihe l/rail. IHichnrmei f^vm 

th* Aar, (M<inA, AtHrali/iti, Kkeumutint iAttk 

tan, Scrutula, roHSHmfHUiu, BnmckuU AJWlUiu; 

lhr,Mit l>i^cullif$, liufHicd K^r; lM»to/ Uair, r«»l-»-,_ »• . .... 

Pyprji-U,, t:itl.trynnfntoftht Uvtr, Z»u«««« ./. ""*'•■ "lOCk, 134 

the hlaufu; fiiHflittulloH. Ol 


zlJC- 


>•/" 


tit, with all 

human budy, cured 


rarri, I'ilri, I'limly- 


nd every dlm-KM) wblvh lufcata tha 
uuurtuitlly by 


—ALSO— I. 

'~ IINKI^ 8EEKT8 

At $1-60 each. 

— ALSO — 

BREAKFAST COVERS 

At 9;i.00 eaah. 

Toother with a larga (tock of 

Uhoice Dress Goods 

/ con*l*Ung of 

^8ILK9, THIBETB, POIM.1N8, ALHAC.\S, DK- 

LA1NK8, TAUISK CI.OTHH, QUKKM'H 

CL0TII8, HKPH, liOUATUKA 

'CU)TUt). »!lc., vU:. 

AI*o, a larfc atock of 

CuOAKd tfhd ClfOAKINGS. 

— ALSO— 

Housekeeping and White OoodSt 
and irlannela. 

HALL k. WU0II8, 

OABI^TON BLOUK. 
i^M Meriimack Htreel. 


Albbbt B. Hall, 
Cham. It. Woods. 


ianSdttf 


NOT EXBAUSTED YET! 

Not wllh*tandiiii{ (o mnny ware made 'happy by 
rvcelvniy Chrintniii* Uifla fruui lh« chuice aaaorl- 
meutufyA>'CY UUUl>d at 

KNOWL1&8 BUUSV 

iI4 !IIEItKin\CK i«TKEI£-r, 

they atill have OD band and liiteiMl to keep the b«at 
usavrtuiviil uf * 

FANCY AUTICLI^S 

that can be found In I.owrl| or vlclolty, eonaiat- 
^ '"I Vf ^ 

Eir*ant Wriilnr Df*k*, Work Boxra, Albuma, 
rurifuilua, i'orU'inuiinii'*, Kuii«, Opera UlaMa*, 
Kuiicy Comb*. Ljtdiea' Companion*, L^tdie*' aitd 
."ieiiu' .l>rf(«iii|{ C'aco*. lUndkrrrhler and Ulova 
liuiea. Cribbaife and Checker lioarda, Cheo* men 
and l>omlii04-a Watch and Cigar Htanda, I'oeket 
Cutlery, Card Ca*«a, wiih a Hue aaai rtuieut of 

Scotch Plaid OoocIb, 


Mra. Ai. G. UaoWN*!! 

JIETAPUYmCAL DISOVEUY! 

PRICE $4.00. 

I «0 Arrh atreel, Philadelphia, 
OrrtTBa i |g I'vnitienon (fuure, Itnaion, 
. „ . ». ' 1» Hoiid alrtei, N«w York. (Af 
ler May 1, &<». 61 Ikiiid at., two doora Iruiu Uow- 
•ry.> 



Kroni It Mff of alndjr, obaerva- 
tlon, uml eiperivnrc, and year* 
of prnctlfitl appllralinn of my 
" Mi'tupliyalral Diacovcry *' «n 
tliouiiaiida of illai-a*i-d mm, wo 
men und children, I have Jtially 
loine to Ihe ronrludon llial ev- 
ery family In ihe land, who wl»h 
to K<*1 rid of diaeaati and^ep It 
at bay, mu*thnv« my Mffiphy- 
•Iral J)l»o<jvery alwaya an hand. It la a certain 
preventive avninat dim-aaa. It'alao Ireal* and-du 
*troya the ruuau of dlx'aiie, coiiaequentiy liiee|. 
feet* die, healnnliiK with Oc:ifiie*«, Cutarrh.llheu- 
matiam, .N'l-iirnlKin, with every dUvaac man, wo 
man or child i« heir lu. 

It la the only aafcKuard aftalnat Cholera. II 
eleanae* every aewer of tho, human body, harden* 
the flekh, and purine* thv blood. In ronai-quvnee 
of the alK>ve farU, ( have tliU day rediinud Iba 
price, Kn n* to l»av« no barrier in the way of Ihu 
iliaeaacd. 

Tile ii«eV'agc fon*iat* of three bottle*, one u*ed 
for Ihe Kve*, one for the Kara, and one for the 
Hcalp. Tlie«e three work In eoijnnrtiun, paanlng 
Inlu Ihe «y*tem by ab«orpilon,thua kllllnii tne very 
root of thediaeaae, whicli la In a aperlflc locality lu 
Ihe head. 

My Mel«phv«lral Diacovery ia packed In a neat 
wooden caae, und will be •leRpntched to any itrt 
of the world on receipt of the price, wiilch will be, 
front thi* 2n(h dny of November, (old at $4.UU per 
packavc. or three packaKe*, flU.UU. 
' Celebr-jK'd Poor lUihard'* Eye Water. Large 
*lze, gl per bottle, or *ii bottle* for f 6. Hmall *iz« 
M cenu. 8r Ip Kenovator$l, or all J>oltlea for 
$i. The niediciuea can be^obtaiued Utrouyh your 
druggiata. ^ 

Care of CatMrr|»« Aatlmin, Ar. 

.filly 1», 1844. 
Mr*. CitrEVEa, re*lding at No. Wl Allen airuvt, 


MKYES k T[llKEr9, 

Merrieiack ■!• 
BABOA7NS IN DBY GOODS. 


M pa. Black ALI»ACCA8, M c U. Io $1.00. 
aoOpa.Cura •• » oU. wortb TI. 

'"" »»• ' " flna. 7» cu. 

100 pa. Pr,ATD rOPMNB, T6c, worth »«. 

M pa. TUIBETH, all ahadaa. 

«6 pa.AIJ. WOOL roi'DNB. 
loop*. MULKNINU OOOUB, flue Quality. 

UAI.MOltAI. HKIUTH, a full aaaortmcnt. i 
IM)MK8TIC8 and PLANNKL8 in •^tty varlaty. 

CLOAK I sJlJwAKMt CUtAKii'T 

KKADY MADE AND IIAUK TO OUDKRr 

Wc employ an ezperieneed cutter, and maka la 
order any atyle'drdred. 

MAMUrACTOBT, 

ncom K*. 11 «trleto 'lork, 

octST MKURIJIACK BTUUT; 

INSUR ANCE^CO UFAJ^T* 

DiaacToaa : 
C. B. COBtTRN, i>. H. <|ITmTARDflOZr. 

I,, o. iiowK, KnwAiii) Tl :<;k. 

TH«)lf.\« .NKfiMirn, I.KVI 8l'KAOIJK, 
II. UUHKOKU, • IHAAC HI.ACB, 

tl. W. BTlCICifBr, K. V. tlllKIUf AN. 


CRkh Aaaeia, 
MntURl Uepartment, 
Mtock DepariBient, 


(l.-SS 080.18 
• 60.003 7a 
i 98,086 43 


In tha MirrvAL, Dwclllnfa, Furniture and Fa 
Property are iOaured. Puilcy boldera abar* In tlilr^ 
prollu. , 

In the Rtotk, theaamo kinda of Property, •!•• 
Htore*, Merchandize aod other property ootcitfa 
hainrdou* are taken. 

Th» Company haa ateadlly gained In eaah aaaela 
and In the amount of dividend returned rautoal 
poli'-y holdera during the laat ten yeara. Ownera 


Boalon, aay* : " I have been roubled for four i of property lu Lowell and virlnity are Invited to ~ 
yeara with aore throat. For two yeara I auffered apply at thi* Home t)fflcc, where Inauraiice can ba 
with rat<«rrh and (beat dixzln««* in my hcid, al- effected with the loaat trouble, and the greateataa- 
nioKt c«u»lnif me to fall. I auirirtd greiuly with , curitv and economy, tiu Bolicyor a^9iaHWka^tftta' 
A*^.\\ma.,\\. belriir hereditary In the family. I waa «»er rJkar^ oT <^c« 


rmhrclln*. Genu' Cane*, Trunk*, Valiaer and 
Carpet hA^» ai their own manufacture, and tha 
The Havei hill Gazette aonouncea that yry bc*t a«*or mentof Ladiv*' Turkey Morocco 

. iravclliug Baga, etc., etc. 
Geo. Feabooy, ibe L indon Mnk*!r, is to i 

u t, M r. ^ . r' „„.....,<.... ' ^^^ "'"" *■'•*" "" public to remember lhat If 
eieCt a new crurcb edilice in Ueorg;etOWi(, ,h.y would have the I.ATKST ^TVL^;8 and 

10 accoti.nio.laia the church aod a^ciety W^fT i^UAUilEd of L«lie*'. Oenu'audChlld- 

laielv furibed io that place to austain the i 

l.t.h of their f.thera. in oppoaition to the | . *°*»^"' ^»^«'«" ««<* Hubbers. 

new divinity introduced there by Rev. they can alwaya And them at 

Charles Beecber. Ao. 114 Merrimack Street. 

'IHH question, Shsll Ihe science of K. > With their atnck can lif found the CO D man'e 
, ^,_ _ _, ,,_,^ .,1 ___ w_ .nn. w«rr«i>l«a Uuola BiM bh<M.s. All of which thcy 


\\ . Green, the Maiden murutrer, be com- aeliat the 


ARUROTON HEIOIiTM. Arlingtoo Hei|>ht* 
still remain io the pn»se>'Sion ot ih« Oov- 
eromenl, bot it is saiii ibe wile of General 
Kobert £ Lea ha* recently written to a 
fiienO that she inietida to return there 
even it she is obliged to live in the black 
quarters " I'hisiatiidicaiive r<l iheslrenjiib 
of ber delerminatioii lo re-asxert what »h« 
coniiiJera the righia ol hersell'and bust)snd 
to this hi'toric property : hut atnoii({ the 
other obstacles she will probably encotint 
er is the fact thai twelve ihousaotl Ut>ion 
aoldtera have l>een buried upon iia *oil. 
Silt) brave Uoinn officers alerp their last 
»leep in the ||;roun<is wbtib auiround tli>' 
faoiil) mantiun ; Hod the bead sii.ne* arhii h 
otarli ibe laat rektin|( place ut hix ibouaan<l 
ol our a'lldier* are Itul a ahort nisiance be- 
yond, the ramaining six thousand being 
buried io a soldier'a cemei«-r) about uiie 
hail a mile distant. It la of course impos- 
sible that the nation can surrender the 
gravea of ao many ot ita defenders to th> 
leader of the arinie* ihey volunteered to 
oppoae — thiladetpkia Piett. 

We ahould be eiceeding sorry to see 
ArlioKloo Heights destroyed by an earth- 
quake;— -wa hope never lo see it io 
possession of Oeo. Lea aoil wile — never ! 
— DfTer ! ' 


A siioaT WAY OUT or a difkiculty. 
--Afi* ".tseksage Uenrral Gregory — alio 
ia agent of the Freedmen'a Bureau in lex- 
aa— at iha close of an addreas to nlao'er* 
and nt*groes telling ibem of the " new or- 
der of things," announcetl that he would 
answer an> quesiioi<s put to him. Whe(>. 
open a bl tck man came forward snd aokeii 
il, und r Ihe " new order of things." it was 
permitted to white men to chaie him with 
(ioga? tien. (Gregory replied that this 
wa* contrary not only to the new order of 
thii es, but to tbe lawt of Texas. •• Wi II, 
»ir," said the negro, "there 'is the m«n 
who did it." Tbe insn whs called up; he 
c-iine forward reailily { he proved to be 
one of the m st prooiinent men of the 
count>.a large piaster; and he did noi 
deny thai he had chased tbe lilack man 
with dogs It , waa the cus'oin of the 
couritr) — what would yoii haveP 

When Oregnrj it quired further, he di.- 
covered ibat the olleiise had been much 
sp'kr-n of io \h* coumy — the liUcka not 
t>eing di>po*ed to si.ffifr in silence any 
longer; thai a grand jury had net since 
It waa comiiiiiied, but had declined to take 
notice-olit: and lhat no agent of i-ivil 
jualice herealiOuls would set ihe law In 
motion, either to puninh the crime or In 
protect the bUck* Irom oiber attack*. — 
I hereupon Gen Gregory d-clared ih- of. 
leiidiiig I lamer a priNuiier to the milit'trv 
force; and In r. ply to a wiii of hubtan 
co/pu« stated tbe cireumaianoes, anoj'i* 
iified the arrest and deteiition on the 
ground that Ibe civil law and il« amenta 
would not act in the premisea. and ihat in 
line Wat or the other justice must be done. 
— N, Y t'.veiiiog Pott. 


muted to imprisoniDent for life P was de- 
cided in tbe negative, yesterday forenoon, 
by Ihe Governor'a Council, six to three. 
The matter therefore goes over to the aew 
Council. 

Tkivate lettera inlimate that Northern 
mejn, wbo have lakt^n charge of newtpa- 
(>era it) Soethern ciliea, are beginning lo 
find tbtm*elves in an uncomfurtable posi- 
tion. Tbe editor of the Savannah Re- 
publican ;!mho lately -visiteii a fair in that 
city, received the queaiionable compliment 
ot a lotten apple in tbe back, while a frieni^ 
bad his hat tilled with mod from ibe street. 

Mhb Thomas I'IcxsbiNO, of Greenland, 
N. Ii , only five Diiles from Portsmouth, 
bad no< visited the lailer plaee since 1825, 
until a i-w weeka since, when she accom- 
panied her sun in a carriage. She haa 
enjoyed guod health for forty yeara paal, 
and might have vi»ited Puriamoutb every 
week, a place with which, half a century 
ago, she was iottmstrly acquainted. 

An exchange ssya the new fitly cent 


LOWEST MAHKET PRICES. 

I^ADIKS! 

I Wa wlah to call your attention to our atock of 

U.IR WOUK, 

which Include* Back Band*, Wig*, Front Piece*, 

Coll UaU, Water fall Cunhiona, ItaU and Mica 

I'utr*, etc., etc. 

P. 8.— Trunk*, Valiaaa, Umbrellas and Paraaola 
repaired at ahurt notice. 

KNUWLES BRUI, 

_ No, 114 iMerrJmack Street. 

Lowell, Jaa. 1, l«ae. lanldly 

FOUH TH V ISJT. 

Dr. H. A. OAKS, 

OF ALBANY, N. Y., 
WIII make hi* fourth vi*it at Lowell, at tba 

AMERICAN HOU0B, 

MONDA%', Janaarr 99,1, 

TUKS1>AY, Jaaaary 93d. 

N. B.— All lettera of inquiry mu*t be addreaaed 


diaeaaed all uvtr. I could ntfl go witere tliere wa* 
■ny du*t. I had great naina In my head nnd neck. 
I havcauffered much with rold feel. The buneain 
mf neck were drawn out of place with Ihe a*th 
ma. and my Ibroiit looked like raw heef. Afu-r 
applyiriK to varlou* phyniciana nnd obtning nu re- 
lief, I llnnlly applied to Mr*. M. U lirown, by 
whiiae medicines I have lieen »o much l>eiK-flUi-d 
that I am now like another woman. Formerly the 
Icaat ex|K>aure gave me cold : I could not go lo the 
dhor with my head uncovt red without an attack 
of the afthma. My a»tlima !• n«nr entirely gone. 
My catarrh haa wholly diaappeared. 1 felt weak 
and languid for ;nnny year*, ao that I wa* a bur- 
den lo myaelf. The coldneaaof my feet ha* dl*- 
appeareif, and I feel a general ctrcuiation Ihrouith 
my entire av'ternVTauitlng mc to be, i»» formerly, 
fulluf *lrenglh and vivacity, and can attend to 
hooaehold diitiea aa well aa ever I did in my life." 
For aalc by F. k K. B.MLEY, aucce**or* to 8. 
Kidder, Jr. Sc Co., cor. Merrimack and John at*; 
C. U. KIMUALL, Wym<4n'a Exchange: F. H. 
UirrLEK 8c CO., cor. Central and Jackaon atreeU, 
aod all Uruggiata. ap declUdfcfly 

HUNNEWELL'S 

F-t'LI^CTlCl The claim* for thiaralnabl* 

'^ _j - _ ^ ►aiw Ir I*'!! are beyond 

"' ljl<". 1 that of any other in uae. A 

ti-»t of them will not only pro«« thi*. liut the great- 
er error ol Ofiping which ha* heretofore been 
called tJh » alter The -Ci itiC'lIO PUmL, 
never require over firo, and acldom but one for the 
doae, act on the bowel* without the tliffhtfut grip- 
ing, a point of the greateat importance, particular- 
ly l»^ 

Chronic Con«lfp.ition, 

Vor wIjIcIi uke a HI kIb Pill every, or every 
other iiiglil. They never produce debility, aud 
C'n.e lu.l ge> i«a. I y-peMai-* Head Acbr, 
Liver awd Kidner <'.«ini)la lata. Pile ,\%'<rBi*, 
Laaa -t ar lni|iiarlt>ea al Ihe Ul.ail, I^i.a n 
Aapetlle, ana ali 0.>raiiariaeata af Uewrit 
•r «t«>na<li. 

JRr ^old by all Wholeaale aod Retail dealers in 
Medicine. 

JUHN a.. HUtVNRWiri.T.. Proprietor* 

PRACTICAL CHEMIST, 
CO>ine.Rtl«I. WHAKr, 

BOSTON, MAM. 

Pliy*lriana or DeaUr* *upplled In Itulk. Formu- 
la and full TentimoniaU to thia Ureat Atoide IH- 
vtlopment aciit uo demand. 

janl (4a»l dftm 


O.'lica— .\a. VT Oa*ral nt-eet. Law II. 

C. B. COBURN, Praa't. 
K. F. RHERMAN, Sec. 

Bpringflald Fiie and Marine Ins. 

Co , 
MBSBasoit Ins. Oo., 
Morris ius. Co., 
^tate Lile Ins Co. 

E. F. SHERMAN. Afsat. 

Inaurance will be effected to any daairad amoaal 


on ordinary or ipecial hasarda. 
I^>well, July 1», 18M. 


ljrl»*tr 


LOWKLiL, 

viutual fire ins. company 

Incorporated 183tZ. 

kLL BIBKB COHPIMEI) TO THE CITT OP LOW 
KLL. 

OMUa (Maasar'a Blacfe) 49 Coalral Street. 


J.C. Abbott. 
J on a. Tjrlar. 
Can*om if aad, 
A. K. SrowB, 
John Neimlth, 
Gao. Rtavena. 


• iBBaveaei 

Wm. H. Wiggia, 
Abram fraaeh. 

J. E. Pallowa, . 
Aldan B,Bnttrtek. 
Joaiah 8. Howe. 
Cbas. K. Htoti. 


novSUdtf 


U. A. OAKrS, M.D., 
Box »77 Albany, X. Y. 


From Kaiisas. A aafe, eontsiniDf 
ttO,000 was stolen, on Monday night, Irom 
tbs office of Major Ellis, in Leaveoworth, 
• psjasaslar io tbe amy, i2d,U<K) of which 
balos>gcd to the goveromeot, aod tha bal- 
«Bee to Maj. Ellis. Two orderlies are 
■tisaiof, supposed to be the guilty psrtiea. 
Oae tbonaand dollars ia oflsred for iIm ar- 
VMt of the thieves. 

Tb« Pacific KailroMi bm btsa eompleltd 
to Xepeka. 

ELBcnoa M Salbm. Tbe naaleipal 

•lection la Salaa* occurred Mondaj. The 

••Ij qaeriion at iaaue waa whelber Ibe 

Citf Water Worka, lo sepply tbe eitj with 

'froB WtobAs Pood, should b« lot. 

Itaiely coMtrvetcd, and the " Water 

tMkct" prevailed. David RobarU sraa 

' flMiad Mvor, raeaiiriof 1115 votes, Hi. 

Ji,Oi§oodi MO, aad Wsi. Cbaee 17». 


UnitilD States Marahal Kctes. Thr 
New Bedfftrd Mercury bas the lollowing 
((ood word tor aftrntlfman very well known 
in ali parts of this county : — 

Tbe Governtnent hss not in ita ••rvice 
a more inielli((«ot, efRcient and rvliable 
officer, than Hon. John 8. Kf)es, U. 8. 
Marshal for the iJtstriclof Maaaschu»aita 
I His mant^geinrnt of tha prizea lhat come 
within bis Jurisdiction, during lha war, 
showed bis skill and fidvilty to tbe inter 
osls of the govrrnmrni ; and in the dis-" 
charge of his i.ffieial duties, he has exhib 
ited admirable 6io<as for bis poaiiiop — 
snple knowlc^i^, quickness of percep- 
tion, prootptnaaa la decision, firmness and 
aisrling IniaKrity. His re-appoinioient by 
Praeidant Johnson wa* due lo Mr. Ke}cs, 
aad was univaraally approved by the peo- 
ple of tbe State. 


•;.»' 


Tasta ware 2767 buildiaga arsatad ia 
FbUadelpbis, tbe paat ysar. 


FlME IN PUILADEIPUIA. A fire oci U>rfd 
at one uVlotk, teslenlay morninK, in 
Chesriut Street, Philadelphia, rleslr«)intf 
ioK the buildings occupied hy Hsrniien'e 
EiprcBS Company aad by clothiers Tne 
walls fell into tbe street and ««me fiieroen 
were injurt'd. 'Ihe los* will not, it isfsii- 
maled, fall short of II25OOU0 Some 
twenty persons were arresied lor mbiiin]! 
tb^ aiortt in the vicinity of tbe fire. 
F/om the extensivn robberies it is believ> 
ad Ibe place was aet od fire for that pur- 
poaa. 

In a inwii in (!onne tii:ut resides a mso 
• ho made a fortune in the milk bu^inesa, 
by not (living the lulj measures ; a* b* 
grew rich he ihnuKhl he would cban|{e Ijlia 
occupation toaomeihing mure reapeclatile 
and accordingly bought a ^ueX mill. \t\ 
convcraation with hia wife, he said hr 
did not teel ri^hl about tl e cheating be 
ha<l practiced In ihe milk bu*ine*t, and 
wished some way could be drviied where 
b> be could repay in the grist mill wh.t 
he had cheated in the other. At last ll ;> 
aetiled on the following plan, which w«a 
to have tbe measures wbicn they took loll 
with sa much too UrKo as tbe milk meaa 
urea wer« too small. 


wantjkd, 

AHOUHEMAIO and a Nur*o Maid at 32 DuttOB 
(Street, roriK-r of Monumuut bquare. 
shinplasler looks so much like a 'qo..k| ^well. Nov. fflih. 18«4. novMdtf 

medicine lubfl. lhat he '* involtniiarily ' ^a 

turns it over lo sfe ii it cires oorns, buif 
ions Slid whooping cough." 

Thk rosin factory of Horan It Lamnet, 
iit Brookl)B, N ¥., waa burned on Mon* 
day nitsht. vLoaa $10,000 A former 
waicbman baa been ariesttd on suspicion 
of iiiceiiJiarism. 

Ammi I MiTcHtLt. a eompositor em- 
jilujed in the office ul tbe D ily Adoertif 
er, in Boslon, died very suddenly last night 
ol bemorrhH|;e of Ihe lungs, while on his 
wsy to bis work. The deceased was a 
native ol Uaib, Me., a here bia father re- 
sides. 

It is staled that Masit.nlian bas not met 
hi* pecuniar) eniiagemenis with Napoleon 
for keeping th- French troop« in Mexico, 


9. L. A, W. U, W AliA , 

DENTISTS, 

S aad A SavlMga Bajih Balldlng 

lntrodnce<l Vuleanlced Rubber In 1RA9. Sets ol 
Teeth made liy thorn al that lima bavn baan worn 
:on*taolly ilnoo with irraat *atl*.aoii< li, and the Vul- 
aniia i* unlin'>aire<l. it* durability h viua baen cod- 
iroied. Wa have uaed It tbe preaant yeei in more 
ban nna hundred 9aae*, and eau now raoommeDd it 
«ith lull conndrcce. 

We are Raiiini-d tnal thare are bat few peraoo* 
«earlnR inll pet* ol Teeth on Metalic Plaiaa, howarar 
atl*tartnry tbey may b«, whoae oopifort would not 
iromiite)? with a aet oa tha Toleanlta. 

IS<^ A* onr racilitla* ar* not exoellad, we loralab 
Teeth al rur; modnr^le prioe*, and mraon* i>(llinllad 
nea'iu may obtain them oo lorm* uiai will t>« aatia- 
•clory. 

Taeih Katrscted wtthonl pain with LaugblnK Oa* 
ir Nitron* Oxyde. 

Lowell. October t.iaaS. aolJdll 


Wm. B. LIvlDgttoa, Jacob HobMna, 

Wm. P Btaaer, R. B. Patch. 

J. K. PKLLOWB. Prealdaat. 
JAMBS OOOE. Baeretary. 

This Company eoDtlnnea to tosora tbe aakr alaaa 
•f I r»|<erty In tha city of Lowell only By ro dotag, 
hey have no Aaenla lo par, no travaUInc espanaaa. 
10 postaae, therafbee no rlaks taken by Agaala, Imt 
I! under the peraonal Inapeotlon aod approval ol the 
Ulreetora. Should loaaa* oe«tir, tbey are wlUila (he 
iDowlodffe oferery member ol tbe Oompaav. 

laaot anea w Sb o i ad In Ulaaad Stookaadaad Mmt 
oal Fire luatiranee OampaDle*. 

abMdIv an JaMM QQOK. AaaaU 

BXIjISF int 'I'jsn jBiin aT£8. 
BRYAN'S 

PULHONIC WAFEES. 

lU ■>«•( etrtmim umd «p**4|r rsaM^y ««*r < f sssssrs < 

/•r mil pim»f.M of tkt Outt and lmnf$. C ttimlu, 


\ €ou8;h, < old, orSJiore 
Tilt oat, 

aaqctRKs immbdiate ATTEMTioa ano shoolb 

BB CHEdlt'liD. Ip ALIA>WC0 to CONTlaUE, 

lrr|i •Ilea a tha I.a«as, a Pa-aiaiieai Tbraal 

«Affacl aa. at aa acaraMa l.mr.g Dlaeaae 

^ - .J 

ta OrTE<l THE BEai'LT. 

BROWN'S BRONCBIAL TBO0HE8 
aAvmo A niarcT iNrLurnrE to the VASTa 

OIVE IMMEDIATE EELIBr. 

For Brnnenltla, AatKma,Ca(arrll,Cait> 
aanaptlre aua Pltroat Dl*eaaaa, 

TaocnRs ABE I'aCD with ALWAva oooD auccEsa. 

MNOBB8 AND PQ I.tO SPBaKBBS 

will And Troche* uaefUl In clearing the voice whan 
taken before HinglnK or Hpeaklnfr, and relierinf tha 
throat afior an unuauni exertion of the Tllcal or- 
Kana. The Trneket are rnrommended and pre- 
*cribed hy rhy*ician*,,and have had teatlnionlala 
from eminent men throughout the otunlry. Bjing 


BaTuHBI,OR'B BAIB DTE I 

The Original and Beat in Ihe World I The edly 
true and perfect Hair Dye. Ilarmlo**, IlellabI 
and Inatantanaou*. Produce* Immediately a aplen 
did Black or natural lirown, withc nt injuring the 
hair or akin. Ilemedlea the III efft et< of bad dye*, 
Hold by all I>ni^t*U. The ({enulna la algned Wil 
Ham A. Ilntchelor. Alao, 
UICUKNUUATINa EXTRACT OF MILLK 

PLKUR8, 

for Reatorlng and Beautifying the llalr. 
OUAItLKS UATCUELOU, New Yobk. 
aeglT 9 d*Atly 


J. ^. UBOOKS. 

COFFIN WAREHOUSE, 

10 PreacoM Nireet. 

norplNH, CABKK.TH aod KofiKS of avary daaerip 
ion ooniianlly on head, made of tba l<«at maianal 
tod laiaat {.aitan %. 

W Kreryihing ennneeled with tba managamaal 
■r tuoerala pnimplh atlendad to. 

KaaldaotM. No. IS Foul lb Strael. Cantralitlla. 

l«w«IL Dao. 13. IMS. an dactSdtl 


ObU«. Attkmi. CbaMMapMaa, WrawaXKi, 
bSfimtnaa, Utmruntu, DiMeult Brtatk' 
img. 3tr* ITkraat, A*.. A. 

Theaa WAPEttSgiva toe moai initantaaaoa* aad 
.wrfent reUaf. and whan persaverad wiib aeoordlagta 
tirectlon*. neVer fall to aSbot a rapid and laatiac- 
lura Tbonaand* ba*a baan raaiorad ta patkaS 
aaalth wbo bava tr:ad oiba' maaoa ta vala. Ta all 
sl a aaea and all onnetltutlonai «y are aqoally a bla»> 
ling and a cure— nooa n««d d<.apalr, ao saasiar IMW 
long tha diaaaaa may have exiaMd. or hoWavar aa* 
rate It may ba. provldod the orcante atnietora of the 
'Ital organ* la not bopilaaaty daoayad. Bvary aae 
ainietaa sbocid give them aa impartial trial. 

To VocAbiaT* and PiBuo RraAaaka tbeaa Walbra 
iro peculiarly valvaUe ; they will lo oao day r*. 
nove the moat terere occaalnnal huaraenaa*; aad 
Jialr ragulai ulk for a taw day* will, at all timaa. la- 
i r aaaa tbe power and flexIMIItr of tha volea, irraatly 
mproving lla tona, eempat* and daamaaa, fbr wbleh 
uurpoae tbaf ars ra^'ilarly uaad by nuoy profaasloB 
I vocaulala. 

JOB M08B8. Sola Proprietor, tl OorUandt Stiai I 
New Tork. 

•«old Ir Lowel! by f. * X. BAILB T, •aecetaor* 
to S. KMder, Ir. Afo., oorbai Sl«rriaia«A and Joba 
ttraat* 

Dnoambor S, ItTf. datfdatlv 


VIJLUANIZKD 


fta 



Railroad ACCII;B^TS. Th« Hev Tork 
Herald reporu that during the past year 
193 ritlrosd aeeidasis Oecuried i 336 were 
killed aad 1437 injarad, la 1884, i04<| ^{ 
tsars killed sod 1486 iojursd. 


Thk Governor of Colorado, in bi* m(S.< 
sage lo Ihe Legialatura of that 8iaie, 
apetks in favor of a railroad to the City 
of Mvzioo, two thoussnd miss away, wticb 
he sa)s would be ea*y of construction, and 
throogb a hcal'by aod mostly fertile coun* 
He seems lu regard it as not al all 
a fo midsblo uoositaking. 


ai.il th.l the Fr..-ncb Emjieror is not all- anartlde of true merit, and having prorwl their 

ainearyby a teat of many yeara, each year flnda 
Ihein in new localitie* In varlou* part* of tha 
world, and the Trofhei are univaraally pronoun- 
aed better than other article*. 

OBrAiN only " Bkown's Bbo»ciiial Tbo- 
ciiea," and do not Uke any of tbe ITorfJUcSs /a»l- 
tation» that may be offered. '' . 

Bold everywhere In the United States, and la 
Fureivn Countrlva, at S9 centa per box. 
oot25 ap d'hfS m 

ZTOHIXTOHI ZTOHI 

SCR.4TCH! hCKATCI! NCaATCH! 
Wheaton's Oiotment 

Will (U V THR Pi'H l« 48 II 6Rt. 

Alaocurea SALT RnROM, U* CERi*, CHIL 
Rt.AINr4, andall RKUITIOVH OP THE HKIIT. 
Price M cent*. For anic by nil ilriiggUu. 

Ky eendliig no cent* to WEKKH a I'OTTRK, 
Bole Agent*, I7U Wa>hlngton atreet, Hoaton, it will 
ba forwarded by mail, free of p')*tHge, to any part 
af the United Hlatea. 

Oct. VS, ISSft. ap oetSM*htlr 


ling tosuppoii a military iuror al his own 

eipeiise. . . .. ,—- — .—I — . _.— ^ 

Toronto dispatches atsta that tba law 
against the iuiportstion of catUe ia to be 
enforced io Canada. 

No nomination* were made hy ihecau 
cua ol tbe Republican membera <\f the 
Houss of Uepresentaiifcs, at tbe Slate 
House, last evening. 

Tbs funeral of lbs late Hon. Henry 
Winter Davis took place yesterday,. in 
Baltimore, snd was attended by a Isrgt- 
nuinbsr of prominenl men'4 Chief Juiiite 
Cbase and Secretary Stanton ware amonK 
the pall bearera. 

Hon. Ltman Trkmain waa. yeaterday, 
elected speaker of tbe New York Assem- 
bly at Albany. \ .^ • ■ ■ ' \ 

It appears from the odlclal announce- 
ment that the people of North Carolina 
have declared null and void the ordinance 
of secession hy a vote of 19 977 agsin.l 
1940, and 18 520 votes were caal to ratify 
the onlinance probibiiing alavejy, and 
3606 to rej*cl said ordiaanca. 

A ■OHOOli, to ha termed lha " Tarmoni 
Central Insiifula " ia to be aaiabliahed al 
Barrs, in that Biata, untlsr tbv anapiees of 
Xki DniveiaaKata. Fifty theasaad dtrtlais 
J\e to be raised for that purpmn^^aarljr all 
of wbieh nai baso aubsoribad. 




1fiL.BBBATKDP 


RKB*n 
ALEPILIiS, 


BROWW U AXaZIR, 

ATTuaMBTS AND qOUMSBLLORS AT LAW. 
Maaaar*s BalMlag. Oaatral Straeti 

ALmBwa B. BaowB, I 

Rawia A. Ataaa. / LOWBLI* HABt. 

0tr Al lae*l buslBoaa axaeaiad with promptaasa 
aad dl*paieh. partieniarh the aollaotlaa arall nlaiBis, 
I A. IL BRO W H. OnmmlaaloMir ler Auu af Tarftaat. 

R. A. ALUlsKj Noury I'oMle. aad Oraimlsaniaar 
■or lha Sialaa of Maw Tork ConaaeUsat aad Malaa. 

B. A. ALORB. aa Itoaaaad Clalss Ageat aad Attar- 
aay, will praaipUy atiaae la the aoU » aMa« of 

Prtaa floaaft Hack Pa«, Itoaaileat 

thaaMalBtager 
WMava^ Paaatwas laafhera* ^saslMs 

and iaealld PaaaiwBS 
la Iheaa aailtlad la tbata M lha OaiiaS B asita aaS 
all vMhar alaias aaalasS lha same that maf ha aa* 
tahlat. lalS^r 


DRa a&ADIBrZW 

HAS for the laai' sis yesrs Deen Insartlni 
Tactb on Vulcamubo Rcbbbb, a new 
■nateilsl in Dentistry, much lighter than and 
iuperior in many respects to Odd or Rllver 
Plate. There is no ahance for *ny particle ol 
food to lodtfc under or around teeth inaerled oa 
Chia msterial Tha* the mouth is kept per> 
feotly clean and sweet. I eonslHo it much 
better in most cases than Uold and Mlvnr Plate. 

I have inserted a larxe number of aeta ou 
thi* new material for pera ns who formerly 
wore Rold or silver pistes and I have yet to 
lesrr. of a single inKtance where they are not 
mujh better plea»ed in every wsv. 

Ur Oladwln takes tni* npportunttv to aay to 
peraon* living at a d{**ance fmm Lowell, whe 
may require the aervlceaof a Pentiat. that they 
will aave money by csllinK on him. as oe haa 
made luch a ebduotiom from hi* former ratee 
that IIm axpenae of the journey will be mora 
than repaid. At the same time he Roar ntaae 
their work tone in the best poiaible styled 
the art. Hi* lono BXPaaiBXca aa a Demist 
warrant* bim in doing this, 

Tha Nbw Maohimbbt and other eiteaalTe 
improvements which I hsve introdacrd into 
my Laboratory, have enabled me to do work at 
frreatiy bbduord rhicaa. Tbuo peraon* ol 
small moan* ean avail themselves ol this moat 
beaeflfl'Al and naeflil of arts 

Uy Taeth inserted on Gold aad •Silver Plate, 
and all other operailona in tba way "it my pro* 
feasion done a* heratofoie. 

ItZT'leeih extracted without | %ta wKh 
Lavoriho Oas or Ni'roua Oxyde. 

Oratefu) to the Lowell public for th.. laat S9 
years' pstronaf(e, the Doctor would solteit a 
oontinuance of the ssma. 

OFFIQK IN OLAIIWIN'R BLOCK. 
138 MvrriautcR atreet, Lowell, Mass. 
81LAR F. OLADWIM. 
iaaf 4eftflT 


7'Ayftctaa JcslraeriKaary to IA* ^imten. 

I'hl* invK.naiiie inaitiolna a aolalling in Iqa core 
'I all iboae painftil aad daagaroaa dlaeaae* o wblcb 
lha r»male oonilltutloa la aublaot. it modsrataa all 
*ioi>aa and ranuivaa all otwtnie <loBa, and aapaady 
oure ntay m 'allad on. 

TO MARRIBD LADIBS 
ll I* paeoliaily aultad. It will, la a abort UaM, brlag 
m the msattaly period arith ragularty. 

Rack bot la i>rlae Oae Dollar, bear' Ibe Oovem- 
mnnt Siaui^artlraat Bvtiala, to pravaal eoaatar> 
ralta. 

C A0T1O W. 

nu** PtU$ ihouU not be taken >y femnUi 4url0i 
tht PiaaT niREM MONTUH of |>r«0«an<ry, ai 
IAayar«a«reto bring »m- MiMmrrimg* ; bnt at mng 
itherttme thenar* H^ft 

In all caae* of Nervo'i* and Spinal Alfbetlona, Pala 
a tha Ba«k and Umba. Patlguo 00 alight txartioa. 
Palpitation of tho Heari, llvatarlea, and Whilaa, 
theao Pilla wlllefle.^t a our* wiienj all alh^r means 
bate failed ; and aithangh a powerful reroady. do not 
scntam iron. oi«l»m<-l. ^limouT, or aiiyihing burt- 
lul to lha concltutlotf. 

Pull 'Ili-eotiooK In tha pamiihlet around each pack- 
iga, which anonld t>a oarafUllv presarvoo. 

Sola AK«at fur tba United Stataa aod Canada, 
JOB MOHBSrtt lioartlaad atraei. New Tork. 

Jf. 0.— g'.no and e poauga ilampa eneloaed ta 

Ing'wp.'lbTj re'n™ ml"!""" * '^""" *"'^" "^^ cal.brated VU. DOW continues to devoU 

Sold by r.* B BA ILB T, aooeefiior* ta fl. R Idder hia entire time to the treatment of all diaeaaae la. 

Jr. A Co, iuruei oi aamataoa and Jutaa streau, aldent tq the female *y*tem. An sxpbrlenaa ef 

Dao".. .-. 4 ta* I ai. rtaoMaru twenty three year* enables him lo guarantee spaa- 


ItfPOKTANT TO VKHALB^ 


•9- THE ONLY KRLIADI^K RRITRDT for dy and permanent relief In the toor** enae* of Aa^ 

Dark flpou ufoa th* Face i* i'ERHr'a Uutb and ;»re««ion and aXl other Mtnetmal tJerangmnewIt, 

Krcakle lx>llon. Bold by drugKl«U everywhere.— smem mknletur emite All Inttera for >/tvl>a i«..^ 

Weeka ft I'otlar, 170 Waahlngton atreet, Uoaton, «ro«s ic»«rer«r ea«»«. All loiter* for advie* mast 

Wholeaale Agenu for Maaaaehuaetta. Alao for contain |1. Offlee, No. B Endlcott alraat, Doatoo. 

Sale In Roaton by Geo. O. (ioodwin ftCo., M Han- K.B.— Board fumlabed to theau wbo wlah taia- 


Boaioa. June 33. 1161. 


DR. MATTI80N, of I'rovldence ..„.. ..„. , 
alvely all special dlasaaaa and aceldenU raaolttng I 
from Imprudence In both aexea, glvlnB them hia 
whole atlentUm. Dr " • - 
abyalelon of over 
iBf ilie higbaat laaMmon 


iastdsuwtiy 


T« the l^adlea. 

n botn aexea, giving them hia .lm.-.ht.j •.<«.... ...^ _— _. _ _« 

Dr. MlaaihoroarhTyadttcatad "fi"S"7," Y^^" '*'"*. ^e^."*v ">' 

twenty year** cxperlinea, bwsr- TlOlf , which I* at once prompt, Infallibl*, harm. 

..._ , Mmoniaf*. and anSonbtedly poa >•••- >'^P*^*^ ""'y ^f Dr.B.C. Pbbbt, 4B Bund 

—»e* aapertor ekill In thatelaaa af tflaMaei to •'iJ!VJl"*^Y'"^- . ^ V "' «''«flflsi#.-i 

wStehhahastfavotMdso niaeliilfneandatteniiaa. l'i1eait>pa«'BotUa. Bend (br eireular. 


Peraona at a diatance, aud ladle* eapaoially, haV' 
"la of tha kind, aboald ba aura u\i 
aonaalt bim. Haa advertlaemaut of hia Sure ttmn 


aaptao 


dhtSm 


Eh^»rs and Bolsaors. 

VirRbava Ju*t received an a**«rlni .f t of Soy 
- V V Rtour** oalabraud Uhaaraaud Sd ' yra which 
we are aaUiiig at low prb:' *. 

KIKLUINU k HARTLKTT, 
d«cSl ' l3ACvutral atreet. 

Mopk'a Moulders' Tools. . 

AOOOII v*rlely of MOV lltKltS^ TOOLS t^r 
aalabj K1UL.01NU A UAKILKI'T, 


davai 


il«l Cuntral *lreet. 


mat- (MTICNIIOl.M'H. Ward's and ItnrkenaliMW'* 
WW i'OihKT Ct.'t't.Ktl )— a fine a«*orUueiil 

Id atock aud fur aale by ^ 

HKLUI.NU ft r.VKTLKTT, 
daeai 136 Qbiitrai atreet. 

£TNA inSURANCE CO. 

Hartlrrd, CJonn. 
laOUUFUHATlCD ISIB. 

Capital and SiitpluB $l,l!;8,8!0.9) 

ELarttord Fire Ins. Oo. 

Bartlbrd,Conn. 
IROORPORATBD 1810. 

CaptUl and Surplus, (l,100,0l)l> 

N«rtli AMerieai Eire Ins. €•. 

Hartford, Conn. 

Capital and Surpl\n....^..|S84,OI0.4k 

Weatern Mass. Ins. Oo 

Pittstteld. usss. 
Capital and Surplus,.. )313,09t. 

The above Compaalea write on nropertv at a> 
low rated a* othsr responsible offices. POLl- 
riE.S wr.tten on DWELLIMO H0U8B.'' and 
.heir eoDtanU. and CHUECUE8. for ONB oi 
FIVK years. 

NO ASaXttHMKNT IN ANT CASB. 
GBORGE Klfl.KY, Agent, 
Successor to the late A. J. UICHMONl) 

Firat National Btnk Unildias. 
"~Oet. 1. 18C? octld*ttf 


MKW ADVKttTIBBMElfTS. 


HBE£ COME US ! 

i%0 BD^KIVT CIIBK! 

BROOK'J & CLAYTON'S 

nJ>SrKfcLS A!VD BKiSS Bl.^D. 

The Qreat Slave Troupe. 
AT liUSTlSOTON HALL, 

J AX. 6th and Olh, 1803. 

flMIK above Troupe were HtiA FKH prevlou* to 
I April IHth. IHfl6, In lliicon, (tcorirla, «n<l ninrn 
have performxd In the inoat enllKbtaned audience* 
in the Nurtherii Htiile* with' iiiiprect'ili'iiUid tuc- 
oea*. TIlOUAb, CLAYTON fcitlCKS, 

Proprlttor*. 
W. H. LICE, Manager. 

\i..H- IIIHIIOl', Agent. 


ClTY^jt??!^ 'v>u2^1'V. 


TIekvU 30 cent*. 
JanS 


It«*crved' Sent* SO cent*. 


dtt 


Ferry's Motb and rrecKie Lotion 

Chloaamo, or Mothpatch, (aI*o called Llver»pot,) 
and L«aal«i>, or Freckle*, are often very annoyliiK' 
particularly to Ladiea of liKht complexion, for tbo 
diarolormi «poU ahow more plaliiiv on the f.-ice of 
a blonde than of a brunetu-; but they Krvntly in:ir 
the beanly of either; and any preparation llmt will 
airectually remove them without injuring tlir ctilur 
or texture of the itin la eeruinly a denlderutuiii. 
Dr. B. C. PKKRY, who haa made dl*ea*e* of the 
akin a apeeially, ha* diacovered a new remedy for 
theae diacoloratiun*, which I* at one e prompt, iu- 
fallible and harmlea*. 

I'rep.ired only tiy B. O. PEIIKY, Dcrmatologiat, 
No. 41* Bond atreet. New York, and for »ale by all 
druKgUU. Price. S- per tioille. <**llfor 
PKItltY'H MOTH AV!) KKKCKI-K LOTION'. 

Kor further Infonuation aiMreaa Ur. U. C. I'KIl 
RY, 49 lliind *treei. New York. 

WKEKj^ ft roTTKlt, ITU Wa«blngton •tract, 
Boalon. wholeaale Agenta for Ma**a'-liiii<i'tia. 

Alao for »ale In Buatou by OKO. C. tiOODWlN 
ft CO., 38 Hanover atreet, and U. H. litTKIl Ik CD. 
as Tremont atreeU al) aepl^Od&tSin 


BUM TZirOTOXr BA£Za 

Competition and Imitators Out- 
done 

toy tho Olgantlc und^Famou* 

DUl'HKZ & BE.NEDICT'8 > 

fll.XSTKKlS AND BKtSS BAND. 

Juat returning from a 
BRILLIANT ANO «t'C( CkaFUL TOUR 

Through thu 

Canadas and the Qroat West. 

POSITIVKLY ONE NIOHT ONLY, 

MONDAY, JAji. 8th, 

Introducing an entirely new aud attractive Pro* 
gramme, 

Kleventh Annuiil Tour of rlie (ireal ^enaatlon 
Corpa of Kthionlan ArlUta, the leaillnK Model 
Tronpo of life NV orld. 'I'he largeat uiul nio*t com- 
plete or|f»nlz»tion in vxidenee, tliu ruault^f elev- 
en veara experknre. I'Htruiiizcd by the faahlon 
ana elite of the entire Corititiciil. 

lionm Qpeii al 6 J S^uinmcucc at 7 34 o'clock. 
Adiul**lou !iO cviil*. 

ClIAS. H. DUI'KKZ, Manager. 

BAMI'Et. Post), ( ._„_,. 

CHA«. tiL,OCUM, I ■^a"""- tl,nM4l 


Wsidlnesciart ^Mittwar »s i^^» 

The Ohciikbtral Usiob Concests — 
Our reaUsrs will bear in mind thai Ibe Uoa- 
ton Orehestral Union Concerts will be giv- 
en before the Middlesex Mechanics' A»so- 
ciatioD, Ibis arterlloon antl'evenioK. The 
progiamioe for tbe aliernoon is espeoiallr 
attractive, and partaking atrooKly of ib' 
naturo of tbe musical matinees oi thu iarg 
er cities, will untloabtedly be tully attend- 
fd. Tickets, both lor afternoon aoH even- 
ing are in grest demand, and a larger 
crowd will undoubtedly be in atiendlsnce 
upon lh*^se concerts, than baa ever astVm- 
bled to listen lo tho prograaamo of any oi|e 
baod or orchestra, ia this city, saving, 
perbapa, that of Gilmore'a Hand wb-n 
they performed laat aammer upon the 
South Common. Doors of the hall will be 


open seasonably, and persons disposed to 

,. ., . r -. - J ..»«-.... pie, apples, raisins, outs, confectioner^ 

consult their own comfort and conven- 1 » ' '• ' . . * 


Da. lliwii«9jiypf> — '^ ^4^; ' ' "^ 
Ho^—l bippeaslrto lie preTsnl lastHSsT 
urdajr, at a saasoa ot rare interest aod 
moral bsauty, of which I wish io say s 
word to Ibe public tbrdugh your sbeel (ss 
it seems no one else ha/), as an incentive 
lo others who bav» ths sbi lily to " go and 
tlo likewise.*'^ 

I'arhips it is not generaUy known (it 
w,ts not known to me) tliat Dr. 11 inning- 
ham, of this city, bas the basement story 
ut bi« fl.e retidence fi ted into a spscious 
and ele|;ant stbaul room, where every Hat. 
urdty afternoon be collects a s'^liool otup- 
ward uf one hundred and filty cbildn o, 
aod inslructs them in tbe ususi manner 
and matier of a Sunday School, only more 
thoroughly. Last Saturday was the oc- 
oa»ion uf their festival, when, Inotwilh- 
standing)ihe thick snOW storm, some hun- 
dred were present, and partook of sucB a 
collation aa I nevsr before aaw prepared 
fur children — turkey, tongue, bread, cake, 


iehce, will^e on hand at an early hour lo 


' and ice eresm — all in abundance, w«re 


secure aeata. 


We anticipate a crowded i ""'^ » P"' °' "'« ™"y e<'°<* ^'''"K' " 


house, both afternoon and evening. 

FiRK IN THK MiSiACHVSKTTS PICKF.R- 
nouBE. 'ibis morning a few minutes be- 


the sumptooua board. 

Tbe repast was preceded by singing and 
speaking hy Ibe children, and tho dona- 
tion by the Doctor of books — one to each 
fore eight o'clock, fire took in the opener _,„ ,|,g amount, wc should judfe, of $50 
of tbe picker. In the third atory oflhei^o^th. The school room was decorated 
picker-houie connect^ with the Massachu. I ^j,h evergreen, snd well supplied with 
aetia Cotton Mills, but tbe sprinklers wore ^j^p^op^j^j^ mottoes, snd also, we noticed, 
soon put in operation and tlA fire cxiin- ^i,h .jnging books and books of script ire 
guished before it bad made much progrcs% I leg^n, in question and answers well nr. 
Tbe building from tbe third story lo Ihe ^nggj^ \Ve learned that Ihe Doctor has 
basement is well saturated ; the principal j h^j ^^^g .cbool in operation now over two 
damage will be from water, which will not; years; that at one time it aurabered two 


' Franklin Coal, 

FROM LYKEN'S VALLKY. 
A cargo of thia celebrated CO.M, Juat received 
and for *ale by W. K. LI VINO.STON, 

nov'Mdlf No. tf Thanidike etreet. 


A BAtiH rOK liVKKY HOll!«D. 
DR. BIRmFNGHAM, 

NATIVE INDIAN PHYSICIAN, 

Offlcaj sa rambildge Btrret, BaaUa, 

(ooaaaa or oaAaasaa aTaBBT,) 

MOhDATS, TUKSDATR AND WEDNKBDATB.> .ub 

9 A. M. to i r. M. 

Store open from « A. M. to 6 F U. 

BaamlaatloBa aaana. ^rom S to 9 P. M.. TniTRB 
DAY. FBIDAT ood HATUuDAY. when be mi.y b( 
foaud at hi* resldeooe uo Taouer Rlreot, iuncUon o 
Ajar'* New City au** Lowell Uallruad. LowelL 

Jni3 IT. laaa. ivlTdti 




D. W. WlfJHT, 

Daalsr la rirat riaa* raek atavaa far Caal 
aad Weed. 

Parlor Btovea for Coal and Wood ; Caat Iron 
Blnka, Cupper I'umpa, I.«ad Pipe, ftc, eonatonlly 
on hand. Alao, Manufncturer and Dealer in Cop 
per. Tin, and rthevl Iron I'm*. 

Pump* repaireil, and Job work of all kinda done 
"Ib a neat and »ati»factory manner. 
' Alao agent for the celebrated n«*e BumlngCoal 
BtoTe.thaOKIKNrAL. which will keep Are longer 
than anv other coal atov* without replenUlilng. 
Call and examine befire purehaalngelaewhere, 

yo. U SfIDDLK:iKJr .^THBUT, LOWtl.h. 

Jant ap dam 

8Holali4«r's Extract Bockn 

Ourea Kidney I>i*ea«c. 
B1(0LA,NI>ER'H K.VTHACT BUCKU 

Core* Itheumatiain. 
eMOLANmCK'H K.XTKACr BUCKU 

Cure* llrtiinry I)i*ea*«*. 

■MOLANUER'H EXTIIACT BUCKn 

Cure* (Jravel. 

BMOLAHPRIt'H EXTIIACT BUCKU 
Cure* 8trlclurea. 

The BERT Fluid Extract BUCKU now before 
the public, I* KMOLANIiKlt'B. Kor nil diiieaxea 
above, and for WK.VKNKHH an.! I'AIXH IN' THK 
BACK, KEMALK COMI'LAI.VTH. and dUorder* 
art*inK from KXI^KHWK.S OK ANY KINU.ill* 
perfectly l.VVA l.tlABLK. For mIp by all A|>olh 
ccarlei everywhere. I'llICK ONE DOLLAU.— 
TUY ITI TAKE NO OrilElt. 

BuBl.r.iOH tt UooRB*, Wholeaale Prugglata, St 
Hanover atreet, Boaton, Ueoeral Ageula. 

January 1, IMO. Janld fly 


J. H. (OILMAN, M. D., 

PHYSICIAN AKD SlRUiM, 

Stowb Houas, cor. Merrimack and Kirk j^reeta, 
ooUJ LOWKLL. MASS. dtf 


MABBIAaB<9. 


In i*p.' Ingllcid, .Jan. let, William Hayward, of 
lf*nchr*te(, N. n., (the well known ballad alng- 
er.) to Ueorgln A. niiritnt, of Fitchburg. 

In Ijiwreiicc, l»ec. K'lh, .lohn Koyla, of Law- 
rence, lo Mary A. lludd, of North Andover. 

In Uelbuen, Dec. 28lh. Dundwln ('. .Innea, of 
Conoord, N. II., to Martha,!. Ilobnrt.nf Lawrence. 


Kxerclaoa commence at 7 !l 4. 
d3t 


aonaafthlm. Haa advartlaamaut of hia Aara itan m ADIIS* AND GENT'S nRRSSIKO OASIS 
aiN«*/lsr4»seiaiXM«aa««s, la ikte paper. I JLa far aale by KAOWLKS BROS, t 

laal as A*f1r^ ' aelU 114 Marrlataak street. 


FESTIVAL. 

fW'mi Firat Congregational Church and Society 
S In Urncut will hnve a Fratlvnl at their house 
of wor*hip, near th* Navy Vaid, sn 

Thursday fvenlng. Jan. 4th. 

Moateby theOLRE CLUB of I,<iwell, and Ad 
dre**e'« by difTerent person* during the evening. 
Alao Quartette Hlni(lng and I'lanii Korte playing. 

Carriage* to convey tho*e wUhing to attest will 
leave l.,<iwell every half hour from H 1 2 to o'rUc, 
atarling from the Post Ufllco Building. • Fare 10 
eonta enrh way. 

AdmUalon fee 2i ccnta. Jan2d3l 

■ ■ — . I -^ 

a TIB NA^N HCIIOOL 

KxniBmoN 

VK^ILLlM repeated at MECHANICS' HALL 

Thursday £yenlag, January 4th. 

TickcU so renla.— Pur aalc at Mvrrlll'a, Wllkina' 
and Bargeanl'a book atore*. 
Door* open at T 
J »a« 

St. Ance's School. 

TDK Wintar Term of thi* School will begin on 
MONDAY, January Hlh, aud cuiiliiiuo twwivu 
weeka. 

— TLiTIOK — 

Itngllah Branehea «.. $0.00 

Latin, French, Uerman* Italian, (each) 4-0i> 

Drawing S.UU 

Watc*r t'olora,... .....a. .............. *. .... 4.(V) 

Ollft'alnting 6.(X) 

Ornamental Needlework 2.ni 

Muale IS.DO 

Language* without the EnglUh (earh),...^... A.OO 

Pupil* not connected with tho Hchool, can take 
the extra atudic* at the laat named price. 
* AppUoailon for further partieulnr* and for the 
adin1«*lon of pupil*, mayliu made at Mr. B. O. 
SAnOBANT'ri Bookatora, Morrliuaek street. 

towe ll, Jan. 9, i8e«^_ JanSUlw 

XOWKLL DISPENSARY. 

THR Annual Meeting of the Lowell Di*penaary 
far thu ehol(>c of nfflrer*. and for thu tranaa* 
tlon of any other l>u*ine** which may come before 
It. will ba hold at Ihe Hanking Itoom* of the t^w- 
•11 InaUtutlon fur Having*, rUUKSDAY, .lanuary 
4, 19SS, at! o'clock, P. M. 

OEO. J. CARNKT, Bee'y. 
Lowall, Jaaaar y B4, 1846. JaaSdat 

ra-HK anderalanad Having formed a eopartaar- 

* ahtp nndf r Uie atyle of Davl* k. Htorar, will 

eontlnue the lanber liaain*** and manufaaSura 

* *ucce**u 

■at. 

mm RfeOBlVltKS. 

NSW STYLKS Joat recalva4 at".i., «i^- 
BOKN'S, will ba aold uheap, daaTs 


QUAIITERLV REPORT of the con.llllou of 
■ the Fimt Xntional Bank of Lowell, in the 
Ht:it« <if Mitaaacliuaeita, on llie uiurulug uf thu flrat 
Monduy lu Jauuary, lltM. 

Da. 

Keaonrrea : 
Notea and Bill* dUcountcd, $173,317 57 

Indebtedne** uf IHreetur*, fS.OOO 00 
Current Kipenxe*, 02'J 81 

Itt'initlaiice* and other cnih llam*, 27.421 Vi 

Due front National Bank*, 6S 'JTU 64 

3U ah*. NatlonaTRank uf Krderoplion, 3,UUU OU 
U. H. Bond* depoiiitcd with U. B. Trca*- 

iircr lo •ecure CirciiljitinK Nulu*, 200,000 00 

U. 8. Bund* deponited Willi U. Cl. Trea*- 

urer to *ecure Ilcpo*lta. lOf^.OOO 00 

Other U. H. Hicurltli*, 6,;iO0 00 

Cu*h on band in Circulating Notea of 

utiier .VatlonnI Bank*, 9,007 00 

Ca«h on hand iu Circulating Notca of 


Stale Bank*, 
Specie and other Lawful Money, 


Ca. 

LInblllllea: 
Capital t^Uwk paid, 
hurplua Fuml, 

Cir<'ul.itiii< Note* received f^oia 
_ Coiuplruller, 

L«** aiiiuunt on hand, 

Amount onl*t.indlng, 
Indivldunl Deiioxila, 
I'nlled Stute* i>ei>u*lt*, 
J>lvldend* unp;ilili 
DIacuual and lulereat. 


1,007 00 

23,1 S3 se 

t«54,339 79 


|2o0,000 00 
0,UUO 00 


22^.000 


2S4,74S 00 

87,:tH^ 11 

80,:M7 2S 

IM) UO 

6,0eH 40 

$()i»4,332 70 


T, George F. ITnnt, Cashier of tho First Nation- 
al Bank of I^well, Miia*., do *olemnly *wear 
that the aliovc •lau-meut i* true tu the be*lof uiy 
kiiowlcJ|;u aud belief. 

UEOIIUK F. HUNT, Oaahler. 

Htnte of Mn**arhu*ett«, County of Middlesex. 

Sworn lo anil •nbicribvd before luv tliU second day 
of Janunry, lIHie. A. I*. BO.NNKY, 

[.■> cuut atoinp] Ju*tlce of lliu lVnc«, 

)'»»3 dlt 

uOWKLJa HIGH HCHOUXa A9- 

800JATION. 

TITD Annual Meeting of the mpmhcr* of the 
Lowell High School A*»o(latlpn will bu hold 
en at tho Committee Boom, In Huntlni;ton Hall 
Building, on THIIKSDAy, Jan. 4, IWKJ, at 7 1 2 
o'eliH'k in the evening. A full and punctual at- 
tuiiilance I* requv*led. a* a new rreatdent, Sacrc- 
tury and Treaaurisr, for the A**oclatiun, are lo be 
chosen. JOII.V H. McAl.VlN, 

J uu3d2t Bee. aud Trejs. L. II. IS. A. 

K uw AWAY. - 

nt'niNfl the Ilolhlavs, Men nn.l Women, young 
and old, lo Ihe M hiUllIM .\(.'K TK.V SrOUK, 
to |>urchaae choice Tea, pure Old Jav.i Cull'oe and 
purebploa. PLENTY MORE LKf'l'. 

Ivo. 3 JUbrrimaok House, 

JanSdtf 


New Emgland Fbcicdmbm's Aid So- 

ciKTT. Tbia society proposea to bold a 

- -Kecording Secretary, 'J'faomas KavansRh j'puMio ifi^ttig' it HUtitrngloii Halt, on 

f^xecuiive Comoiiltee, John J. l>unovan, I WedneaiJajr eTeotoj;, 10:h inst. lion 

John Galaher ; Standing Committee, John j Thomas Russell and John H. Chapin, sec- 


Opposlle the Monument. 

S. A. RiCllAUDHON, Prop. 


LIFE INSURANCE! 

To an Intctligent, energetic, rc*ponsl1>lo man, al- 
ready aci|ualnte<t with the business, or who can 
readily leiirn how lo conduct il, an Agencv will 
be given u> work the territory of Middleaex Coun- 
ty lur the Ni:W K.VOf.AM) MrPUAL LIKE IN- 
st;RANCKCiiMi'ANY,of UosTo.N, the uUUit in- 
Ititittion of the kind in thin country. 

A Clergyman, or Teacher, Who I* obliged lo 
leave hi* jirofetaion for a more active nio.lc of life ; 
or a competent bnalnea* man, whose service* do 
not bring hlin a lar^e pecuniary return, iiresont or 
prospective, would llnd ll ilecldudly for hi* advan- 
tage to receive the iippnintmeiit. 

No one will be roiiHldured siiitnblo for Iho posi- 
tion but a man of ability and flircc, who can fur- 
iii*h ttie best rcferencti*. Apply, by letter, to 
JOHN .1. I'lrrXAM, Oenl A^ent, 

267 Main atreet, Worcester, Mo**. 

Jan. 9, 1808. ap Jan2<IJt«wlf 

rpilE copitrtnership af HARTSIIORN, IIALL h 
I WOUDU ia this day dissolved, by mutual eoii- 
aent. KDW.MtD HAKKHHORN, 

ALBEItr B. HALL, 
ClIAULUil R. WOODS. 
— f 

The bnslneaa will bo conllnned under the Arm 
name uf ll.VLL & WUOU8, we having formed a 
cnixirtnerslilp for thnt purpose. All persons in- 
deliteil to Ibe old firm are requested to make Im- 
meillHle pnyineiit lo u*. Orntefol for tbe liberal 
palronage given the former Arm, wo roapeetfully 
eollclt a cuuliuuuucu of il. 

ALBKRT n. HALL, 

Jan2tr C11ARLK8 R. WOODS. 

Pure Cream 1'artar 

FOR Kale by C. P. TALBOT fc CO. 
Jan2 Market SireeL 


FOR SjQlLB, 

'V HR Foundry, Machine Shop and Plow Work*, 

e , with a good, *afe and reliable Wnler Privl 
lege, aitnnted In the town and county of Illllsltoro', 
N. II. Thi* 1* a rare chance for any one or a com- 
pany to embark In a good and aafe bualnc** al- 
ready e*tabllBhed, oaan paying cuatomer*, and all 
to he done Is to proceed to business. A large two- 
story house, L, nnd barn, with never fading water 
running tu both placva : a blacksmith shop, trip 
hammer, grind»tonc, nil In good running order. 
No other work of the kind within twenty miles. — 
All situated near the tvrminu* of Coiiloucook Val- 
ley Rnllrnad. Terma eaay and low. 

Kor further parllculnr* Inquire of D.F.MrfllL- 
Vll.\Y, Auctioneer, Tremont *lrcel, Boston, 
JOHIIUA MKRKILL, 37 Merrimack ilreet, or 
«KO. K. LKONAR1-, Boott Corporation, Lowell, 
Ma** , <»en. HAM'L ANDttK.W«, N»*hua, N. H., 
K. P. JOHNSON, Maneheater, N. H., <». A. CUM- 
MINO.-<, Marble Work*, Concord, N. IL, or iKo 
auliKcrllier*, on the premise*. 

The above will be aold at Auction the 10th day 
of May iieil, IgiVt, at 10 o'clock, A. M., If not r.ro- 
viously dlspo*c<l of. L. MORSK ft CO. 

HllUboro', N. H., Dee. 91, 1M6. d'23<l2mStawir 


of boxes aa *ucce**or* to Otia Allen, No. 999 Mid- 
diaaex Street. STKFUKN C. DAVIS, 

Jaoldlw MKWMAN W. BTOHBR. 


hakd times coffee, 

Tni VBRY aasT 

dUBBTITUTK FOB FUBE OOF- 

FBJB. 

And not dUtinguUhed from /'"r< Javaij people 
generally 

MASOrACTOBaO OaLT BT 

ATo. 96 .S^oMfA Uarkel Street, Botlon. 
For sale by all Qroaars. 


b« vf ry large. It ia believed that the fire 
caught from something in the cotton which 
wjs pa*sin|r throogh ths picker. The 
Ocean Hose Compaoy came out but tbe> 
services were not needed. 


Railboad ornccBS klected. Tbe an- 
neal meeliogs of the stockholders of tie 
Lowell and Lawrence, and Salem and 
Lowell Railroads, were held in this city, 
the first 00 Monday and the last yester- 
day. The rollowing officers were elected : 

Lowell and Lawrence Railroad— Siil- 
ney Spalding, Oiis Allen, Abner W. Hjt- 
trick, Isaac Farringtd% josbua W. Dan- 
iels, William £. Livingiton, Alfred Liv- 
ingston, Directors J F. H. Nourse, Tress- 
urer and Clerk. 

Salem and Lowell Railroad — Charles P. 
Flint, Sidney Spalding. J. Willard Teeie, 
Joaiah B. French, William E Livingston. 
Elbridge Livingston, John F. Kimball, 
Directors ; the board has not organized. 

Knocefd down and bobbed. Kobert 
L. Mahan who arrived in thia city last 
Friday night, represents that he was 
knocked down that evening on Middlesex 
Street by two roughs of whom ho inquir- 
ed for a boarding-bouse, and robbed by 
tbeoi ot S360 which he bad about bis per- 
son. He waa unable to give a description 
of tbe thieves. 


Irish Benevolent society. Tbe an- 
nual election of officera of the Lowell lti«h 
Benevolent Society, took place in tbeir 
ball, December 27ib, when the following 
gentlemen were elected to Ibe various ofli- 
ces for tbe present year : Fresident, John 
McCarthy; Vice President, ll'hilip De- 
vine j 'Iressurer, Ttrence Hunover; Fi- 
nancial Secretary, Jamea McDermotI ; 


hundred and aixty, but was broken up lor 
awhile on account of tba Doctor'a sick- 
ness. It is now I'ast regaining its former 
magnitude. He told nie he expended £70 
a year for papera, question boojis, bibles, 
&c., besides tbe summer picnic and tbe 
winter festival. 

Isn't this an example worthy of imita- 
lion ! As 1 t( oked upon the scores of 
susceptible, happy children, lesrning thus 
practically as well aa theoretically the 
Cbrisiian trutha and doties, I asked my- 
self. What miniate^ of Lowell ia doing 
more fjr Christ thsn this man with all tbe 
burdens of Lis large practice as a physic- 
ian ? As I looked upon tbe good man's 
radiant face, I asked. What tnoney can he 
ever spend that will bring him such re- 
turn as Ibis P A City Fastor. 

LowsLL, JaDuary 2ud, 1868. 


Police Court. This forenoon John 
Lewis, a youth, for tbe larceny of a pair 
of skates, wss sent for three moniba to tbe 
House of Correction. 

Murty M. Gallen, for Ihe larceny of a 
coat and vest, was sentenced to tbe House 
of Correction for four monlbi. 


AnorntR MiNSTutL troupe. Brooka 
& Clsylon's Minttrels, are to appear at 
lluutingtoa Hall next Friday evening. 
This company uses no burnt-cork, nature 
having provided for them it: this respect, 
as the band were slaves in Georgia up to 
last April. Their performances hsve giv- 
en entire satisfaction where they have ap- 
peared and we have no doubt there will be 
eood audiences at Huntington Hall to see 
a genuine Ethiopian Troupe of Minstrels. 


WaUb^ Peter Howard, John Rourke, 
Tbomas Clarke, Patrick Flynn ; Sick 


retary of tbe society, are ambngtbe speak- 
ers expected. Wa aball refer to the sub- 


Committee, Peter Fitcpatrick, John Far-: ject of the meeting more St length here- 
rell, John Sheridan ; Stewards, Dennis after. 
Sullivan, Dennis Murray. Tbe aociety 


was never in a more flourishing condition 


Military levee at Westford. The 


than now, it having three hundred acd Weslford members of Company F, (Spal 


fifty nsembers. 


4*«13 


U] 


deed fee wSns 


OYSTERS. 


^^ >.->. LYNN HAVIN OY8TKR8 raeetv 
|P^ f a|Jad weekly frnm Norfolk, Va., and aaid 
^^AUTId auyquaoUtyby 
^i^F jj. D. BILLINOS, 

4aol3 , luf Uautrai *lr«aL 

irikR'BO •TRAWBRIlkirs AaiK lUSP 

2M barrlaajeeirw>elvad by BILLINGS, ' 
BOV» lOV Osnual street 


The WATERtjuRSTiOM. Editor Courier: 
If there is one thing that Lowell wants 
more than another, it is a plentiful sup- 
ply of water, with sufficient head to carry 
it to every house in Ihe city. There is no 
trouble in having all tbe water the people 
want, if our citizens will take hold of the 
mailer in earnest. Where can it be ob- 
tained ? This question iy often asked. If 
the whole ground is tboroiitThly examined 
it will be found that Merrimack Iliver is 
the best source of supply. Start a lead- 
ing iron pipe fifteen or twenty rods belnw 
Cehtral Bridge, on tbe nerih side of thu 
river, conduct tbe water down to the 
neighborhood of Indian Orchard ; Ikat 
distsnce will give aufSoient fall (o produce 
a power that will raise water by tbe aid of 
pumps, to tbe highest point of Isnd in 
CentPalville. Here is staple room for 
reservoirs, at an elevation that will sup- 
ply nearly every house in tbe city. Pumps 
esn be easily conslruoled that will rsise 
two hundred gallons of water at each 
atroke, tbe number of atrtikcs bein g not 
less than four per minutet 

If thia subject should be thoroognly in- 
vestigated, it will probably be found that 
water tskeh from the river in the vicinity 
of the Orchard will be purer snd better 
than anyother source of supply. If wa- 
ter-works should be eatablithed at this 
point, the whole surroundings are well 
adapted to have this locality converted in 
to one of the moat charming apota in tho 
country— aa far excelling Fairaount ia 
rhiladelpbia as that place excala a com- 
mon village fountain. 

The next important question is tba eost. 
It would be safe to lay that one million of 
dollars will defray the whole expense. In 
another article the queation of tha eoono- 
my of tbe undertaking will be examined. 

A. B. w. 


ding Light Cavalry) will bold a levee at 
tbe town Hall in Westford, this eveoicp, 
dancing to commence at eleven o'clock. 
A number are going from thia city, and no 
doubt there would be room lor ■ good 
delegation, i Our Westford friends will 
extend a hearty welcome to their friends 
from ibis city. 


NoTicK. Boarding mistress wanted, to 
take and furnish eight rooms, and- accom- 
niod«te from 12 to W boarders from a fac- 
tory at Whipple's Mills, in this city. Ap- 
plication to be mads at Faulkner'a Mill. 

Itrjaol 

-sr 

Lowell BOYS IN CALlroRNiA. Wears 

permitted tu make tbe follotwing extracta 

from a letter written by a former " Lowel' 

boy," now in San Francisco. It it dated 

November 30ih :— 

" MyMbby, who came from Lowell to 
start too Odklacd Cotton l^ill, bat got 
that institution in running order, and has 
gone to Mare Island Navy Yard to woik. 
Charles Reed, son of Ransom Reed, Esq., 
of Lowell, hss been elected to the Legis- 
lature. Charles Bent it clerk here in a 
wholesale auction store. Reed and Bent 
are both looking well. 

I think those seven hundred eastern 
girls will all find husbands in Wssbingtnn 
Territory, but tbey will have to take tbeir 
chances for good ones. Tbe boys rsi&u 
for wives up there. I got the J^owell pa- 
pers occasionally. Tbe ' Finnegan broth- 
era ' are quite numerous snd noisy here, 
but I think they are like a boy's cannon, 
with the biggest hole at tha wrong end ; 
they will fizsle." 


' In noflcing (he inauguration of City 
Oovornmcnts last Mon day several of our 
exohangea omit to mention Lowell among 
the number. We would have them know 
that we inaugurated aa good a govsroiaent 
sa sny of them oo that flay. 

Wood palling. Tbii forenoon, tha 


axis ol s wood dealer't oart tuddenly "gin .'>•» bosinesa.-Spriag/lsW Republican 


eoal" on Merrioiaek Street, which result- 
ad io tba frea diattibaHoa of ia»ad'«84 
tpilt woo4 lot MftrslrotU aloag U>% paiot 
■sot. 


Twenty riTE yeara ago Mr. BafTord wat 
murdered in Shelburn, Vt., and the mur- 
derer never wat detected. A few dayi 
aso the murderer died in Caiffeda, and 
just before bis death confessed the dead. 
So tayi the Burlington Sentinel. 

SoMK of our moneyed men bavs applied 
for ttock in a new Bottop " notion," a pa- 
per hat company. The ooinpany will 
have a capital of tSO,000, and own a pa- 
tent recently secured, by meana of wblcb 
it expects to manufacture durable, desira- 
ble, aad water proof paper beta of any 
form or oolor, at a eoat of elgbt to twemy- 
fivs cents spleet I snd so revolutionise the 


Wa think tbe ides practioabis i and ws 
expao^ to isa.^a lims wbea % man wiH go 
^sl snd order his hsti bj tha doso»r«tf he 
now doss his oollsri. 


-v_ '*7*l9DftII9BX " 

" Mecbftnlcd' Association. 

Twt Coicerts is Oae Day! 

— nv Tiir— 

Boston OrcliCbtral Union, 

t.'AKL ZKKItAllV, Coaductor, 
WKtiSKSnAY, .fASUAItYid, IMS. 

HUN'TIN'OTOV I|.\|.I, nrf.vln(t too contraeted 
to hr>ld nil dolroiiii of htarliiKlhl* raniedOr- 
rliotru on tin Ir Ilr«t uj)po:iri«iire In Lowell, the 
Lectu.-e CoiiiOililee of iIim M. M. .VnMoeUtinii have 
arransad whIi I'rof. T^rraha to (ivea Cuucerl lu 
the At'teriiixiii ami I'lvenlniC. 

hea»uo ticket iKiMcnt admiUcd lo either. Tho*e 
rhooaiiiK Su Ko In Ilie afti-riioon will iflve up their 
ticketa oil oiilurliiK thu hall, reeelfiMK a ch> ck fur 
rlietiekel: with tli<- elieck th« tleket ran ho re- 
dci'iii'd itt Cark'toil .V llovey'* ur C. ll. Klnili:iir*. 

All until* ehuiiiiu of proiframnie in the evviiiiig. 
Afternaaa Canrerl cautmaacca at 9 1-3 a'clk. 
Kvanlns «• •' T l-S " 

Ticket* IU) Cent* earh. For kale at C'arleton .V 
Il'ivey'a, C. II. Kimball'*, auJ al the' door, for the 
AfterilO'>tl Coll<:erl. 

«#■ A IliiilLd II limber of Evening Ticket* for 
*alu only al the door. dsc.'Judtt 


Morrimaok Manufacturiag Com- 
pany. 

TIIIH, ecrtlflc* th.il the whole amount of Aa- 
Di'KHinuiit* creittcd by the MerrifiiaCk Maiiu 
fa( turiiiK <'oiii|iiiiiy,aNd actiiiilly paid In, I* '/wo 
luiUitin jiin huiutiiil tniit»tnntl<tull*iru, of wlileh no 
purl lia* been divhicd or withdrawn; that thu 
whcile^ainoiiiitnr tlic debt* of Haul Coiap.tiiy, aa 
rbown by llieir book*,!* Tn'o hunitnd tir<ii/y nine 
thuu»'in<ltirilre d'tllur* iin<l nijcly teceu ctntl. 
Uoaton, Noveinher Itth, lW.t. 

.KJIl.V A.MOUY LOWELL, PrealdenL 
OEO. W. LYMAN, ^ 

<iKO. H. (;|IA.SE, I A miijorlty 

HIilU IlKMIri. V of Hoard 

«i. W. IIALLICT, I of I>ircclor*. 

, K. B. CUOWMSSUIELD.j ' 

jiinl ■ d3t 


SrOTIOBa 


I.OWELI.. Jan. I*t, ISM. 

Mil. EDWAIID It. TALBOT and Mr. Ji; 
LI.VN TAI.BO r are admitted a* partner* io 
our firm from October l*t, llfl.5. The Blyle of the 
lirm will conlinua a* heretofore. 

C. F. TALBOT fc CO, 
-C. P. TALB<^IT, 
THO.S. TAI.ItOT, 
JC. It. TALUOT, 
JULLVN T-\LliOT. Imlan2 


FOR uii roa $1300, 

IX FRA.NCESTOW.V, K. H., 

A Kood two *t<)ry IIou*e, with a Stable 
att.'i'lH-d, and more IhHii h:ilf an aere of 
lfoi>d Laud, iiituated within flfly rod* of a 
■ atore, poHt otliie, *cho<il-hou*u, arademy 
and church. Il haa been built abuut twelve year*. 
contain* thirteen Uiii«tied room*, and I* In i;ooJ 
repair. There I* aUoon the lot a ahop *uitablefor 
a tailor or Hhocmaker. Il furiilNhe* a rare oppor- 
tunity for any one wUhIng to take boarder*, or e<}- 
ucale a family. >'ur purticular* Inquire of the 
■ ub-rribiw. CilAHL,£l CLTLEH. 

Kranccalown, X. II., Jan. 1, IMd. JauldBwIT 


BAItiBO^D If ATIO:f ALBAWK. 

ra^IIL Annual Meetlngof the Bto'^kholdera of tl)a 
I lUllrOK.I National liauk of Ia*w«.., for tha 
election of I>lreotora and the Uana(tollon of any 
other budne** lhat may proptrly coOie before the 
ineetinif, will be hell at llieir Bankhiif Kooin*, an 
lUKtiUAy, tita ninth day of January l»oa, at V 
♦•eloek, A. it. J. /. KOOERH. OaahJer. 
Lowell, llee. •,1MS^ decUdtWautf 

'tt^HE Hecond Aiinnal Meeting of the Btoekhold 
I er* of the Mcnhanl* Nalloiml Bank of I.ow- 
ell, for thu choice of l>lreclor»aiid for the tran«ao' 
lion of any bualnea* that may l«Kally come before 
Ihein, will bu held al litelr lUnkiiig Ilooina on 
Tt'EHUAY, thelllh day of Jamiury uexl, at 10 
o'clock, A. U. * 

I'er ordur of tho DIrectora. 

J. N. FKUtC'E, .la., Caahler. 
Lowell, Dee. »lh, IM). dee9dljan9 


AUCTION SALES. 

>. B. PATCH * OO.a 
ADCT1 5BKKI8 AWB IPrgAli m, 

standing Wood in Lote, 
Biluatad oo the TroiiinK Tark Road, la T>rasal^ 
* about half a luile froui the Klvcr T 


Refreshment Saloon. 

TJIK *ub*rrlhcr havln;^ lakun the Saloon Ho. 
130 MBKBIMAOK sTaSbT, I* now 
prepared and intenda lo keep a 

Firat-Claaa DININU SALOON. 

I have two ffood COOKH, and mean to have tb« 
BK8T of everylhiiiK th* market afTord* conatantly 
ou hapd. 

(;..IJ COIINKI) BEK.r nnd II.\M; KiailCllOW 
I>KK on Friday* and CLAM C'UOVVpEU ou Uat- 
urdaya. In aeacun for dinner. 

Al«>-<'ONKECT10NEUV, FBUIT, CAKES, 
OYtiTUiUJ, ect. 


N. B.— Xo LIUUORd aold In thin eatfihllahment. 

O. W. IXUALLH. 
Lowell, I>«c. tiA, 11*5. dccAid (Om 

INDUOKME T 
To Vi^it our Popular Dining 
^ Booms. 

They are centrally located. 
They are quiet, airy, alway* neat. 
The t»e«t of food well »erved. 
Attentive wallera aiwl moderate price*. 
A *eparate apartment for Ladiua wit,h nioe 
Dreaaiug Room attached. 

& 1. n. PRESHOy 

TROPRIETORS 

U.4LL I)1I^L\G ROOMS, 

10, 19 fc 14 City Hall AveSae, 

dec29 BOSTON. dtf 


I. D* 
CITY 



NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. 

In the year IS^ thu writer embarked la the 
I)rii4 Buaine** In the rlty of Philadelphia, and 
while thu* enKaired, made aeveral experimenta in 
reifard to the moKt dei-lrable modu of preparing 
Fluid'Etlracta. My etfort* being succeaaful— tbe 
nrticlo* belii({ n^iproved ami UKed by the Medical 
KiU'iilty — I w,-«* de»!4-<Mi* of placing tliein before the 

Iiublic, but hoiiltateil forounie lime Iwrfore ronclud- 
ng lo rcaorl to newKpnpur advertiaing, knowing of 
the prejudirc* lliat exinted In the mind* of many 
ngaln*t u*ing ndvertUed .)fedielnei or Xottruini, 
liut throiiKh lliv nilvire of friend* nnd tho'u who 
h.id u*ed theni, thi* obi>Mlloji wa* overcome. 

Alter 18 year*' exertiuii*, •oinmencing In a amall 
w.iy, the piipiilarity of my article* haa extended to 
all purl* (if the t'liitoj SlaleH, i)iid widely through 
ont Kiirci;{ii countries— and thi* in the face of mneh 
oppotilion. Kvcry mi-aim li;ut been renortud tu by 
unprlnelpled dealer* •Ince their merit and *urce** 
have beeii.knowii — *ta:h a* advertlaing larger bot 
tie* al leiiH price, oenflirlng all other prepar.itlon*, 
aivl even copying tn'y iidvertl*umenl* — but I am 
hapiiy lo alatu that out of tho many who hare re- 
auriud to thi*, uoiie hMu been *uccc**ful. 
MV OIUECT 

In thi* notice Is to make fact* knAwn to the pnbllc 
aud reapecLiblu dealer*, believing, aftur ao many 
year*' exeriloii*, lh.it the Ilniifijii'tii will dlaroun 
teiianee Kuch procnvding*. nnd lhat tho reputation 
of my art idea may not bu dainuifed by the u*u of 
inferior or *puTi<ia* one*. 

' Kii'iwlng ihiit ma'iv iiiny rcml thi* nrtli-le who 
are uiincqualnted uitli nic,I append a fow remark* 
from tha*e of my native city, nnd whoae uaine* are 
known in all part* ol th* world : 

"Being per«onally nri|unlnted with Mr. H. T. 
TlelmtMild, ll ntl'iinl* me pleaanre in *tatlng I have 
bueii inoat favorably linpre*>ed wllhhl* eoerjfy 
. aud luUKrIty, and grHilti>-<t nt hi* *u<'ce*ii." 
WM. WKIGHTMA.V, 
Firm of Power* !k \Vri(!iiT.MA!», 
Kiolh and Brown tilreet*, Philadelphia. 

[Ei'ening Bnlhtin, I'hUadelphia.'] 
" When on a fi.it lo the city o'f New York a few 
d.'«y* klnce, I waa ln<lii«rd In o.ill on onr old friend 
anil tdWiikinHii, Mr. II. 1° llelnibiibl, DruggUl, Oi>4 
BrfiMlw.iy, S.-Y> HIh etera l« a Mudrl— a |>erfeet 
lifui — the hnndxomi'it 1)1 .i.iy kind we havu ever 
tiadthe ptrnaurn nt VIewlna, and »o^nnM^\hil- 
Inn ;14 fill front, livo olorii. In height, ami over 
dKi feet deep. It indeed atloril* u* minh pleasure 
to know thai he liai bi'en *o *hcoe*.rul, and il 1* 
ample evidence of the merit* of "hi* article* — a* In 
our wliolu lHi*liU'*a experiuiic* wo have not known 
of tile aiicreHU nf any iiriicle* without .lAcnV — ad- 
vertlaing Bicri'ly bringing thu name before tho 
public." 

[notion //Tiilil.] 
" Wc do not like to advertise worthle** ware*,or 
article* ealculnled to deceive our reader*; and 
when wo'avuan adverllier like Mr. Helmhold, 
whom we li.ive knowti foi yeara, gradually extend 
hi* advettl*lni{ from yonr lo year iinlil he become, 
the large*t advuitlaer In llie Uniteil ^itatua, we are 
*ntl*lied lli.ll the Matemuula ia regard lo hi* aril 
ulc*mi(a( Oe C'irrect," 

Th* writer reluctantly ln*erta the above, and 
would not do *o were he not a atranger lo many; 
and conclujea by atatiiig the name* of hi* article*, 
and tile dlaeiutea for which they have bceu uaed by 
mauy ihouaaud* with complule auccuaa. 


Ouardian's Bale or Beal Fstate. 

rvtHIC underaigned. Guardian of Charlea R. 81- 
I ner, now of Lawrence, in our County of Ea- 
aex, a minor, by virtue of a llcenae and authority 
granted by the Judge of the Probate t'onrt within 
nnd for the County of Middleaex, will aeli at Pub- 
lie Auction, all said minor'* liit«rv*t (the *ame be- 
ing one undivided thirtieth part) In the lot of land 
and buildLng* thereon elanding, aituatcd at the 
corner of KulTolk and Merrimack atreeta, nn the 
aoulherly side of Merrimack (treet and weateriy 
*lde of Suffolk «treet, liounded,' commencing at a 
point 75 feet weateriy from IV centre of Wc*tern 
Canal; thence on Huffolk atreet M 1-3 feet; thence 
at right anglea 4U feet; thence at right anglea 
941-2 feet to Merrimack atreet; thenccon Merri- 
mack atreet 40 feet Vi point begun at. Hald aale lo 
be upon *ald premUea on the Wth day of J'apuary, 
I8e<f, at'io'clock, P. It. 

JAMES B. PIXEB. 
Lowell, Doc. 28, 1885. dec27d3w 


known a* liut Hyde I.01. 
Wnahall aall tba abave on FltinAV, .Tan. Mk. 
IMil. at 1 o'clock P. U. The growth. Oak, Maple 
and lilirh.'nnd of ko<mI quality, and the lot aeeaaat- 
ble at all tiniea. Dlatauoa from Pawtucket lM4as 
aboutJl-iwilaa. 

y._rteen Aeret of Standktg Wood and Tlmttr 

On the Old Turnpike, abont half a mH« aaat et 

North Chclioaford Village, known aa 

the " Hafboor Lot.* V 

We ahall aell the above an SATITROAT, ioL 
flth, ISM, at 10 o'clock A. U., nreelaaiy, hi totn. 
The growth I* old Pitch and White Hna, vrMI 
•ome Oak, Maple and Birch, a targe portion ot M 
\eTy heavy and of fln* quality. The lot la aaoaasi^ 
ble at'Btt aaaaona, will coma over a level roatf, aal4 
la nut more than three mllea fmm Lowell. 71m 
Land will be aold In one Lot, before the *al« •# 
Wo<^iJ, whirli pureliaaer* are reqittmled t«v>arali># 
before the time advertUed. Purchaaer* from Low- 
ell will take Weatford •Ireel, and follow the Weat- 
fonl rond lo ita Interaeetlon with the Turnpike, 
which fbrm* the Aral turn to the right after UMM 
leading dIreeUy Into Middleaex VIHagc. HhooM 
Ihe day be atomy, the aale will Uke plaee !&• iras 
fair day. 

PARTICm,AR NOTICE. 

W«l have a large atock of f umltnre, Carpa4a, 
ke., in ehamtiert urer ttUreriiom, wiilch we aball 
aell at private tale, day or evcuing. In part aa f«l- 
Iowa : — 

Black Walnut Sofaa, Eaay Chair*, Parlor iei., 
R<jcker*, Lounge*. Bureau*. Mirror*, Whatnot*. 
Chamber Seta, Cane and Wood Heat Chaira aB« 
Uoekera, MarMe Top aad Black Walaat Cantfw 
Tablea, Extenaion Tablea, Mprlng Bade, rivaaht 
Hound corner and common Bedateada, Hair, fiaal^ 
Cane and Eicelalor Mnttreaaca, Live Ueeaa bb] 
llena' Featlier Beda and Pillow*, Toilet aad Work 
Tablea, Waah Stand*, H'lika, etc., etc. Alao, aav 
Woolen, Oil, Ktraw and Uemp Carpeting*, la va- 
riety. 

. •«• We buy large or email lots of FumUure,Car' 
pttt, Storen, Bedding, etc., at rea'idence*, and paf 
tha rath value and remove them at once. Peraaaa 
giving up bouaekeeping will do well to call on U*. 
aa Iher will receive the ta lue of tbeir aooda la mA. 

WANTED * 

A gentael Tlonae with a Barn and a larga lot mt 
Land, nnd aeveral amaller Houaea In Lowell. la- 
qulra of £. B. PATCH fc CO. 

■ AT PRIVATK"8ALE, 
1 Counting Rooia Deak, 
1 Safe. Inqulreof K . B. PATCH fc COj 

WANTED, 

Three CotUge Hoaae* worth from $700 fo flSOO. 
A!*o, 2 two *tory Uouaea worth from tlMO ta 
|»,0iiO. Inqulreof 

1^10 K. B. PATCH fc 00. _ 


White Lead. 


Atlantic White Lead 
and Linseed Oil Co., 

of New York, i. 
Man-jfacturcrt of PURE WHITE 

je 

LEAD, Dry and in Oil. RED LEAD, 
LITHARGE, Glass-makers' Red 
Lead, etc. * 

Also, LINSEED OIL, Raw, Boiled 
and Rc/ined. 

For sale i^ Druggist* & Dealers 
generally, and by 

ROBERT COLGATE & Co., 
General Agents, 
287 Pearl St., NEW YORK. 


[At>VERTlar.ME!IT.] 

nelmbold*8 Extract of Buohu 

will cure all diaenac* of Ihe Kidney* and BIndilcr. 
Cure* Palii ur Weakne** In the Back. 8lrlcturca, 
etc.; Curua' W*ak Nerve*, Lo**u( Memory ,Tram- 
btlng, Dluinea* uf Vialon. 

IlELMBOLD'S FLUrn EXTRACT OF 

uucuy 

la a pare fluid extrnct, not a weak tea or Infualon. 
I* the one thing needful for allromnlalnt* Incident 
to Female*. For pnrtlculnr* »end for Circular. 

HELaBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT JBU- 
CllU 

core* O ravel and Drop.lcnl flwelling* exUtlng in 
Men, Women, or Children; In fact, ALL DLS- 
K.\SKS requiring the nid of a Diuretic. It I* the 
greateat Tonli' nnd Iiiuretic known — perfectly *afc, 
plenaaut ill la«U aud odor, and immudiale in ita 
action. 

nKI.MUOLD'B 

Fluid Extract of SarsapariUa* 

ntOIILY COJtCr.STBATED. 

One bottle equivalent In itrcDgth to on* gallon of 
the Syrup of l>ecoolion. 

It re.irtie* the aent of the dlaeaae Imme^lntcly, 
expelling all HUMOUi) OF THE BLOOD, and 

' BEAUTIFTINO THS COMPLEXION I 

Theae nrticlo*, being of *uch *lrongth, the do*a 
la exceedingly amall. From ihl* fact. It I* u*cd In 
Ihu I'nited Slalea .Army lliiapltal* and public San- 
itary InatltutloiK, thruughuut Ibu tand. 

jpS" Sold by Mil Drugglat* cverjl^hore. 

•,* .\*k for HelniboM'*. Take no other. 

♦,*(;ut out the advertUemcnt and eend for It, 
and by thia meana avuid Counter ell. 

Hcpl. i, 18<i5. *«ytM3Uwreowl7 


DR. KIDDER'S PILLS. 


marl7 


»ialy 


Oreat Chance to Make Money. 

PEK8ON8 wanted, of ellher aex, in every city 
lua'ii^iil vUi)M{«l uf M ao ai i ttMao M a,, tie- the 
•aln'of the magMtflcefil work of art, "Our Oreat 
Aulliurx." contniiiiiig full length portrait* of the 
mo«t emlnenl writer*. Exctu*lvo right lo compe- 
tent pnrtlea. fmnrt Agent* can clear $JU per dny. 
.Send aUmp for circular, or call on A. H. PK.\. 
BODV, 67 Cornhlll, Boalon. nov'iTdSm 

f OB SALE, 

Jjl^ On We*tford atreet, 1200 feet of land and 
5»li cotugo houae (N'o. I) thereon, conulnlng 
five room* nnd baaement fitted and now opened aa 
n market. .Price $1,UUU. luaulre uf tho aubacrlber 
liae*. C. KKAU. 


on the premii 
Lowell, Xov -iJlh,I803. 


nov2oil2m1l 


Diaries for 1866. 

AFUK.SII aupply luat received and for aale at 
leaa ibau publialiera' pricea, at 
deesa , HAKOKANT'S Bookatora. 


ONC E MO RE ! 

1 hare to offer to the public a 

LARSE St:LKCTIOX ^ 
—or— 

RICH GIFT BOOKS 

PURCHABEO FOR KEW YEAR'S GIFTS. 

Call and examine them. 

F. P. C<)«;«^BSHALf>a 

Lookaeller and Stationer, 
dec28 61 ilurrlmack t'treet. 


PBESH \IRUIiMA OYSTERS! 

W^ECEIVED dally and opened from the ihell, 

riFl'V CENTS per quart, 

or Pirn -FIVK cents aolid. 

by J. H. KNaOHTS, 

N6. 201 Ce itral Street. 
Alao, dealer In all kind* of Fre*h Fl*h, I^ib- 
■tera, etc. Ordera promptly attended to, and de- 
livered in any part of tha olty without kxtra 

CHARCE. dor29dIW 


OIVlPOUND i 


NILD 

AND 

EFFUJKNT. 


l|ll 


The BEST Cathartic. 

Avoid FEVERS by uain theia Pilla "tten 
fererith aymptoms fint appear. 

They cure C0LD3. 

EapeeUlly useful In Dlaordcn ot tha Lljar. 
and Constipation of the Bowela. 

Sold by Carleton ft Hovey, 0. R. Kimball. T. H. 
Butler fc Co., and all other city dniggiaU. 

nov29 dAttf 


Wiatedy Immediatelyy 

ONE ntrWDRKD THOUSAITO BnUTTLE 
BLOCKS. 'JO.BOO for carpet ahiitllc*, U he 
cut 23 inche* long by 2 I 4x2 3 4 lnchc*,at 18 ceot* ; 
20,000 for broad *hultle*. IS Inchoa by 2x'2 1 4lnch- 
ea, at 8 cenu ; <»0,000 for cotton ahnttlea, !• Inchea 
by 2x2inchea, at ft cent*. The aama muat be of 
apple tree, atrnlght grained and frte ttofa knota 
and ahake*. Large or amall lot* received at our 
ahop In A. L. Brook*' building, Uullon Street. 

Log*, or Plank 8 or 21 4 Inchea, Uken at fair 
price. 

An advance from th* above rate* will be paid for 
seaaoned timber. Forflirtber partlmlnra call or 
addrea* COBUUX ft IHRPV. 

LowcU, Moaa., Doc. 27, 1866, deciMdttf 


T. £. Moseley & Co. 

BOSTOHsr, 

ETVITK ATTENTION TO TTnt TH 

Large* and well aeleoted Stock 

N OF 

BOOTS AND SHOES* 

to which we are 

coxsTiHTLT mm AD 1TI0I5. : 

FOR 

Ladic§, Misses aid Ckildrei 

we have all tha 

MOST APPROVED STYLEai 

Such aa' are aold In New Tork or PhiladelpUa 
_ -1 . 

F 

Gentlemen and Boys , 

wa alao have a great variety of 

CALF AND PATENT LEATHEl 
BOOTS A D SHOES, 

DOUBLK & SINOLEHOLpSj 

BALMORAL BOOTS, ; 

Buckled Boots & Shoes^ 

. » 

We also Manuflsoture to Otder fii 
tho best possible manner, for * *- , 
laadies, Oentlemen, JUi ois 

and Children. ' 

WTt IIAVE CONBTANTLT FOR SALt ▲ ! 
LABGE Sl-OCK OF ' ; 

FKENCB BOOTS AND SHOES. 


I ARK 

BOUGHT FOR CASH, 

AND WE SELL THEM AT TH»* ^ 

Saialleftt PaisiMe Adfaace, V 

aethatallwbo boy aar good* ar« aura of gaMlif 


FULL VALUE 

FOR THEIR MONEY, .* 

\ra Invite all wbo are vlalttng Boaton to eal| ik 
onr atore, and aaiare tbem they never will ba sal- 
ad to buy. 

One Price. Terma Cadil 
1*80148 K* 1I0S8LEY k COi' 

f 

SUMMER STREET, .m 

' '!■ 
(OORNER OF HAWLETJ 


■t 


FOB BAIiB, 

A LOT of new 1 3 4 Inch SH.VFTINO, with 
Coupling* and Boxaa, at 

C. B. RICHMOND'S, 
decMdtf 90 Lawrence atreet. 


BOSTON. 


iU. 


ect23 


dStawlM^ 

1 i .i.a 


7U0 


CRAFTS ft WILLIAHS, 

(Succeator* to J. W. nannewetl ft Co.,) 

IMPORTERS and Dealer* In Drug*, Medicine*, 
Pnint*, on*. Dye Stuffk. VarnUhaa, Window 
Ulaaa, Manuteolurer*' Artlclaa and Oheailoala. 

AgenU for Koreat River Lead Co.,— MjraUo Lead 
Oo.,_Krenoh and Amerioan Zino. 

DrugglaU', Perfumer*' and Liquor Dealera* La- 
bel*, In the greateat variety. 

J. L. Hunnawell'a Caiebratad Ramedlei. 

It will be our determination to maintain the rap- 
atallon of thia old l>rug and Paint KttnMthmeni, 
ait4 fcttaae patroaa ara raapaetfttlly aakad a aoa 
tiaaanoe of thair patronat*, aafl aR are Invltad td 
eall at tha Old Store, S aad 6 Commerolal Wharf, 
Boaton. apr4dTaThJtBaU/ 


\T0T1CB la hereby gWen that the aubacrlber 
Jt\ ha* been duly appointed Adminiatratcfr 
0? theeatate of JOSIAH PULLAKD KIM- 
BALL, late of Westford, In the County of Mid- 
dleaex, deceafed. and ha* taken upon himialf 
that truit by RivinK bond*, aa the law direct*. 
All peraon* having demanda apon the eatata 
of eaid deoeaaod are required to exhibit the 
•ame ; and all peraona indebted to aaid eatata 
are called upon to make payment to 

GEO. SfBVKNS.Adm'r. 
Weatford, Deo. 28. 1865, d29dep3ii 


OOOtXP AtlO ^ 
AT YOUB OWN HOMES. 

THOITSANDS ean raalixe a hundred dollar* 
weekly. No ulon*ll* required except tho*a 
found In every household ; proitt* 100 par rant. ; 
demand a* aUpla aa flour, ^t la lha yraataat dia- 
covery of the af*. Full partlenlara aent on ra- 
calpt of two stampa for reinrn poalaaa. 

AddrMa HOPKINS kBBOWTf . • 

d*oiedSt*4t Ml Broadway, New Yorlr. 


FlfRBT QUAUTT. Juat received and for aala 
by . W. 1. urm<»«TON, 

no TMtf No.'9 Tkoradlka 


> aiLTBB FI*ATBD oaaTORa 

AND ICE MTOHERS Juat th* foM* fef Pf- 
aanU, at A. HAiiBORS 'S. Jaat take a looa 
•I them. 


MANHOOD ' 

HOW inXT ! ROW EPSTflKJ ! 

Jutt Publithed, in a Sealed Envelope. PHce, % af] 
A LKCTURK ON TUK NATURE, TiUUS' 
ment, and Radical Cure of SpennatorrboMyar 
8cminnl Wuaknc**, Involuntary Em(**lont, SaEll 
al Debility, and Impedimenta to Marriage g aaat- 
ally; Nervooanc**, Con*umption, Epilapay, aaa 
Fit*; MenUl and Pbyaleal Incapacity, reaoHIll 
from HcirAbu«c, fta. Ry Kobt. J»£ui.rKawaka 
M. D., author of the Green lUmk, etc. 

• A Baaa U Tbaajaada e( SafTerara.** 
Rant under aaal, In a plain eaealope, to aa/- a 
dre**, post paid, on reaelpt of *lx eanla, nr MS 
po*la«e atantpa, by Dr. J. C. KUNE, 

VXl Bawery, New York, Poat Ufflce box 4,tlt. 
novT "Sto 


DA^ID HTDX^ ^ 

STOCK 


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AND MEMBER OF THK BQatpiV tTObk 
AND KXC^NOE BO^RD. ^^ 
Offlee In Boaton, No. IS ftxoBaa^ Streat. ** 

He Bfiay be /bund In Lowell at Wa. ■. VMaak* 
Apothecary Store, eor. of Central and MarrtHSek 
8 1 reela, nitemooa aod araalna . Ato dt MJ)*** 
atna, A.M. "^ 

Uouaa. No. dS Aadorar Straat. aaplltdlaly 

MACAXIIVKS FOtlsOC 

TIHV AR008T; Oodaj; Pet«ra«a; 
flkrper : Siuiday Mafwaina: 
P aaal P a Montblr ; Haara at Home : 
Good Worda ; Meeh^nlee' Majaalna ; , , 
Muitteal Maekaalea' Magaalna ; '**'>'' 

London lUuatratMt Newa: VimA; ^ 
Chemleal Neva ; Family MaiK^ I 
Subaarlptlrna raealTad and nMMl% 
proaigtly by B. C. SARQlA' 




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M«BK C«p»rtrnT«hlp hurrtofor* t-xlittnf brtwt<«n 
I Ihf ui..lrr»lgiu-.l U lliU tl»> ill»««>l\Hd, hnvlng 
Alapowd nf Itn- biioitn^o i» Mr. «liWANO ItAtLCr. 
'Tile fcu«lii»»» orih«- lati' Arm wilt bf avltled ** «•>• 
••nt<Mr pMrtnrr, who will rfiiialn for Uic |ira*riit at 
tiM UW aland. Uratrful to thr Htlnrn* uf ).ow«ll 
fcr the lltMiral p«lroim»« bc«t«wi-J upon lh« •m" 
for tb* paat IWfDly two year., th.y eollclia con 
tKlvaiira tt( lh» aamr for Ihtlr •iicit»i'i>r, Mr. H«l 
ky, knowlnic him to be a thoroart aiid akllfiil 
ADottieoary. and b.llr»inK »!« wl I c-ndeavor to 
MtiiMin Iti thr fulun- xHv r«-p<'»"»'""' *"• """''; "" 
wOoyod in lb« paal, aa rf«Hr.l( ihr qu^lltv vT the 
•■•4lrl««M, tha oM« H*ed In JUpi nainff, and partle 

Mr. I.CliAKt.ca lloon will r«-ir«ln at the od 

DAVW OOUUIN. 
V»W%H, Oct. aiKh. 1 W6. uct»4»f 

TBI Bnd*r«lr>Kl havtiir a^rved a full appren- 
ticaaklp ^rllh H. M. Whilnry, of Lawrence, 
•■4 havliir had a rtcetit «x|»>rtvno« in the wvll 
Si»wn«alablUlinenl of Caawell, Mack k <.)o.,of 
Ikw York, would rfMipecifully aiitiounrc to llie 
•Msane ot Ixiwell that h« has purchawd lh« wpll 
teown I)ru« 6iore of fiAMi. Kil>»r.*. J«. t Co . 
where, by alrlct prrauiial atteuti'in to buali)e-a, he 
bopea to antTii a continuance uf the patronage be - 
•i<nred on the lata ftrm. _ _ .. _„ 

EDA^ARD B.*ir.KY. 
Buoeeaaor to Saniuul lvldd«>r, Jr. <k Co. 

THE nnderatgned hMvlnic formed a eopartner- 
ahip under the atyle uf K. Jk K. Bniley, will 
Madnue the itpothecary buainvai aa aucoeaaora to 
Sani'l KlduiT, Jr. k Co.. corner <if Mrrriniack and 
JoboatreeU. KUKDKUICK B.AII.KY, 
KDWAIU* BAILKV. 
JijtwMl, Doo. l«t, IM*. «»^ 

<BCLIU\ WH'I. M»t f^'KKEITfeUB* 
^OvU UK L. UIX if Jailing to cure in 
hM« 'iino than «ii7 other phyaioiao, more (dec 
tBAlly and pormaDeiitly.with Irat reatraibtfroin 
•««ap«iio> or fear of eipoaur<« to all- WMithcr. 
with aafe and pleaaant medicitiet, 
•SLF-ABUSUAMD SOUTART HABITS 

T&eir effecta and conaequcnMf ; 
aPBCIAL AILMKNTS ANU felTUATlONS, 

Ineident to Married and Single Ladies ; 
SECRET AND DKLICATK DI -ORDERS, 
Mercurial Affee'lona ; Eruntiona mnd •!'. DU- 
♦MeKof tbfSkin; Ulceraof the Note, Throat 
4iid B'd ; PimpUaonthe-Face; Pwellinga i f 
the Joii.ta; Nervouaneaa; Con8tiio»i'>nal and 
Mbrr WMkknraae* in Voutki, and the more ad- 
T>«ee4, at all afea, nf 
BOTH SEXES. SINGLE OR It.\aRIED. 
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BOSTON ADVERTISfcMNETS 


VBGIITAB£a 

Pulfflonary liaham, 


rom 


C«i^ht C«Idi and CoBsnMpliai. 


Balabllahed inSA. and atlll the brat known reme 
dy for all air<>r«lnn* of the Lunga, Throat and 
Ctirat. He careful to yet the geuulno. 
Rt.lCD,<-Ull.KK It <;«> 
lARUE OOTTLK8. $1 


lle-t n Prrprlet ra. 

. SMALL, W CIS. 


PURE CaD LIVER OIL 

Bottled «xpre*ily for JUftlirituil tur, by KKED, 
Cl'TLKK ft CO., who have farlhUM forobulnltig 
Oil of the luoat reliable quality. Lakuk box- 
TUU, fl.UO. 


THG I ¥K! 


THE fr/tK! 


Ml 


DR. L. DIX'S 
PRIVATE MEDICAL OFFICB. 
Bia«lt>«t. tiroet, Befton, naaa.. 


DR. E. KNIGHT haa dlacovered a new 
.tn-atmeiit for the Kyu. by which he la 
curiiiir aoroe of tile worat cnaea uf Blind - 
Bc»« and Dcafueaa over known, without Inatru- 
menta or |>uln. 

Q-M* JbK < Dr. Knlghfa new treatment for 
Canccra auriinaae* nil olhiTii no*r In u«p. It curea 
without knife, plnttiT or piiln, and h«'»la without n 
ac-ar. tvcrv kind of Dlieaae trratcd with Kfeiil 
aucceaa. lluinora of every kind tradlctitud from 
'h«»vatem. No ehar|{e for couaulutiona. Ofllcv, 
3M Tieuionl street, Boalon. 

I^iixiirinnt llni ior Al>. 

Bojjle'a Hyperion Fluid restorea and dreaaea Ilalr. 
Itogle'a Kfoclric Hnir I)y.>, Hiat In the World, 

lioifle'a Wigaand lUIr Worif, Kiw IinprovemenU 
burpaaa all othcra. Clii-apeal, beat, and moat re- 
liable. Try I lie convinced. 

TUKKEMfehT IsCOVKRY. 

4^ Myatlkos, or Bogle'a Myatle Hair Tint, beati^ 
ererythlng for kIvIiiit a splendid and naturul color 
to the llair, MoUHtiirliea or Kyebrqwa. One prep 
uratlon, uo trouble, cuuiplete and perfect. 

W. BOULK. 
WIga and Bair Work, 202 WashinKton at. Boaton. 

DISEASES OF THE BLOOD. 

BR. K. nRRPI^F haa for more than twcnt\ 
yeara given apedal attention to the treatment o'l 
Cancer, t^crotula, Humor, and all Diaeaaes of tin 
Blood. Hla oitlce la at is lriii|il; fl • r, 3rd 
door from Waahlngton afreet, Boaton. Tamphlei 
deacrlptl»-e of treatment, aeia free. Office hour» 
from V to 3. Uia Itidlan Remedies for aalu only at 
the office. 


CIiASSIO BALIi. 


COmMEIRCIAL ACADEMY 

^mt n-«^n Rejuenber 4 Air Hie reamiwn or rvpiis, 
DAY ANDJ^VENINU. 

ItfTRLLiaRNT ttnilente of either sei, nay ben 
quaJll/ themselvei *n a few weeks, to take oharge 
ol any set or IlookSk with oonfl'lenoo and alilllly. 

A full uommerolal courao «om|irlse* HInitle ano 
OoHhIn Rntry Uook-keeiing, reumanahip, Bualans- 
Porins. as N.>lea, Dralla, Aoceptaouet, Ac ; Interest 
iteraiin. (Itimmisslno. insuranoa, KscUaiige, Dis 
)>niDt, ProBt and Lose. 

r«|U*a fer WmU Cearst, tlS^.TlHse Vm. 
llaslUJ. 

SUideata oftoth aexe* alac received at uy time b) 
be t|uarler. by the month, or by the leesoK la Aritti 
nella Algebra. OrMDiuar, History, Latin, Frenob, Ac 

Tvrno* ni IlPtasob as volmvs: 
Penmanshti^ IS Lessons, ft 00 

Binijla Knlry, 8.00 

DouMo trnt-ry, 8.<)() 

One Month, Dav Rohool. «.V> 

One'XpDltt Kv«filnK HchnoL 100 

^ ik* M ««nOOT. Prlnrtn-' 
itoT the last twenty years teacher in the public 
and private schools of I.A>well. 
uuoe'i AUtfuBi I i»i» ^ auirtdf 


aires; (llaaaea and Kramca re glided and repaired 
.Vlso ,V(rent« for ginger & Co '• oelehrat 

■nil Mnchi.iea, and the " Union '' 

ihlnea. * 

Lowell Oct. 2. 1805. 


h eo arranged that patient • ean ueTer e*e or 
bear others Uecollrci tlic onlt entrance tn 
hU Ofhce i< No. ^1 ha»ing no connectioi. 
with his esldence, cons'quen ly no family in- 
te«Tup<ion, ao that on no account can any per 
«Da kesitu* applying at his ofKoc. 

1)H. DIX 
beUlit oufTtM (and i> cannot be contradicted 
• icept by Quacks, who will esy or do anything, 
•▼en peri'ire tbemselvee, to impose upon pa- 
tieiUjthatbe 

U THBOMIT HBOtTLAR OKAPTJaTB VHTMCIAM 1 
1 AOVEHTieiMO m BOBTOM. • 

BlXTKEN YEARH I 

' Mtltefed in treatmen of Special Diaeaaes a 
fast eo well kiiown to ma^y Ci>isens. Publish 
oe, Merchanu. Hotel Pioprietors. *c.. tha' 
n Is much r>cnmmende , and particularly to 
bTKANORKS A^D TRAVELLERS. 
To sTOid and escape In)po>ition of t'oreifeU 
nnd Maiiee Quaek«, more numtrmu in lioetoi. 
than oth^r Urge cities, 

1-R. L DIX 
prondlT refers to Ttof asors and respectabU 
Physicians— many of whom cotisult him in 
eritieel cases, because of his acknoarledged skiH 
And reputation, uteined thf^ugb eo long ezpe 
rience. practice and nbservati -n. 

AFFLICTED AND UNFORTUNATE! 
b« not robbeJ and add to your sufferings in he- 
la^ oeoeived by the lyius boasts, misrepresen- 
tationa. fsUe promises and pre ensicns of 

FORhlON AND NATIVE QUACKS, 
who Know little of the nature and char»cier of 
Special IMseases. and lbss as to their cure.— 
l*ome exhibit forged Diplomas of Institution* 
»r Colleges, *hicB never existed in any part of 
the woild; o'Jiers exhibit Diplenas of the 
Dfad. bow obtained, unknown; v t only aa- 
•umiBit and advertl'lugin the naoiee^f those 
inserted in the Diplomas, but to further their 
imposition aasume names of other most cele 
|)(xa«d Phyaiciaus long since dead. Neither be 
dacttved by 

QUACE NOSTRUM DEALERS, 
throngh fcl-e ceriiAeatea and references, snd 
reeommendstions of their medicines by the 
4tmd, mbo e^noot exp"8e or contradict them; 
•rwho. beaides, 10 further their imposition. 
oopy from Medical books much that is written 
•f the qualities and effects of different herls 
nod planis, and aserib* all the aame to their 
rbta, BurMte, Sf*c>fi», Ao., moat of which, 
If not all. c«i.Utn Mercury, because of the ai.- 
•Init belief of its -oaring everything.' but 
DOW known lo * kiil more than is cured," and 
those LOt killed, conatitutiunally injured for 

Mfi- 

iOMORANCB O" QUACK DOCTORS ANL 
NOhTHLM MAKfcUS 
Thmngh the ignorance of the Quack Doc- 
tor, knowinfi no other remedy, he reaes upon 
Mbkcvht, and gives ii to all his patients in 
Pills, Drops, Ac , so the Nostrum Maker, 

equally ig.orsnt, adds to his so-cO'.ed Ex 

tracts, Boeciflc, Antidote. *c. both relying tip 
on iu effects in curing a few in a hundred, it is 
trumpeted in Mrious ways thr^nghont the 
ImmI ; but. ALABl r.othing ia aaid o( the bal- 
MM« ; some uf whom die. others grow worse, 
and are lef' to linger and sutler fur month* or 
years, until relieved or cured, if posMble, by 
oompetent pbyaicians. 

BtJT ALL QUACKS ARE NOT lONORANT 

Motwithsunding the foregoing facU are 
known to some Quack Doctors sod Noatruni 
Matars, yet, regardless of the life and hoalfh 
{f others, there are 'hose among them who will 
aren^rjnre themaelves, contradicting giving 
BMCury to their patient* or that it is coutain 
ad in their Nostrum*, so tlhtt tbe " usu&i fee " 
may oe obtained for profeoMdIy caring, or "the 
dollar " or " fraction of it " may be obtained 

tK tha 't oatrum. It is thas that many are de 

aeived also, knd uselesalv spend laige amounts 
lar cxperimenu ia quackery. 

DR. 1? DIX'd 
aharges are very moderate. Communications 
aaeredly aonftdeatial, and all mat rely on him 
with the strictest secrecy and confidence, what- 
aver may be ilie disease, condition or situation 
pt anv one, married or aingie. 

Medicines sent by Mail or Exprees to all 
facta of the Unitei btates. 

All letters requiring advice must contain one 
doUai to insure an answer. 

Address Da. L. l>ix. No. 21 Bndicott sUeet, 
Boaf>B, Mass. 

BoaioB. Jan. 1. 1866. jaaldStawly 


TQ THR LAOIRS.— The celebrated Db 
L DIX particularU Invites all Ladieawho 
•eed a Medval or Suruieai aaviser, to caM at 
Us Booms, No. 21 Ei dieoit Huret. Boston, 
Maaa,. wbiea thcT will find arrangpd for tbsii 
apeeial ajc mmodation. 

Da. DIX having devoted over twenty years 
to this particular branch of the treatment of 
all oiseasr* peealitr to femsles. it ia now con- 
aedcd by all (both in this country and in Ku- 
aopc) that he excels all other known practition- 
ers in the safe, sr redy and effecti>::l treatment 
af all female confpiainta 

His medicines are prepared with the empress 
linrpose ol removing all diseases, such as de 
allity, wrakness, unnaturitl suppressions, en- 
taracments of the womb, also all discbaraes 
^bleh flow from amomid state of the blood. — 
Tha Doctor is nor fully prepared to treat in 
hia peculiar s'.yle, both medically and surgical- 
If , all diseases of tba lemaia acx, and thay ara 
gggpntfaliy invited to call at 

.Jto.ai B»aioati Street, Moatait. 

▲11 latUrs requiring advice must eoBtainane 
Mlar ta ensure ari anawcr. 
Baaton. Jan. 1. 1860. ianldluwly 



FAIRBAIS;K'S 
Prcmiam i^tan4ard 


SCALES, 

Made of the Beat MaterUla, in the moat thor 
0U({h manner, and receiving CONSTANT IM 
rUOVEMEN'l'B jinder the auper%lslon of 

THeOHlOtNAL INVl-NTUR. 

EVEBT TABIETT, A8 
Hay. Coal, Railroad, Plnlforro and Conij^r. Drug- 
gi«ia', Confertloner*', Butchers', Grorcra',' and 
Gold Scales, Beams, Spring Balances, kc, Ac, tor 
sale at our 

"W^AUKHOUSE, 

lie H^llls. Stxreot, 

ntlSTON. 

FAIKBilVKS BUOW\ & CO 

Bold In Lowell by CHASE, BAKGENT k CO. 

A I.AI>V who haa been cured of great nervous 
debility, after manv yeara of nilaery, dealrea to 
make known to all fellow aufferera the aure means 
of relief. 

Address, enclosing a stamp, ^IRS.M.MKRRIST 
Box 368, Boston, nii4 the preacriptiou will be acnt 
free by return mail. aeptSdly 


'TO BEAiiTIP'lf TnB COMPLEXION, 

rBB Shults' White Liquid Rnamsl." The "Kn. 
aniel "will remove the worst caaes of Tan, 
Kreeklea, l>»mBlrs, Moth Patrhea, or Miinimm, In 
from four lo six days. It whitens the skin perma ' 
nently, and linparta a freshness ami Iraiispurcncy 
lo the complrjlon. which la iierleclly nalur.kl, and 
willioiil Injurv to the akin. No lollel la complete 
without It. INic* by mall, sealed and postpaid, 
60 Cents. Address C. F. 8IIIILT0. 
OrtlB*3m 2»ft River St.. Troy, N. Y^ 

WO.\IIKRIIILI.Y SIKAIVGK. 


NEW ADVEKTISE.MENTS. 


w 


MAD.WIR M. H. I'KRREOAULT, 

i7II'>h»a aalonlshed the sclerillfie classea of 
I'nria and .London, haa now permanently 
located herself at .\»hany, N. Y. Mailaine I'erre 

fault, by Ihu aid of her womU'r^ul Inplrnment, 
iinwn.l4s the !loi(oHrOl>K guaranlrea to produce 
a life like picture of the liitnre hiisliand or wlfn of 
Ihcpntrotr together with th^ dale of marriage, 
lending trails of character, occupation, etc. 

Ti4*ta »tf.hiimliiig, jts liiouHHods of testimonials 
can assert. Khe will send. » hen 'leslred. a wrlt- 
U-n guarantee that thu picture 1* what it pur, >orU 
to he. 

By atHtJng asN-, height, complexion, color of eyes 
and hair, and Inclosing tU cents, ami alainped en 
velope, addn-aai-d to yoiiraclf, you will rfcelvo the 
picture hy reliirn mall. 

Address Madame M. H I'KRRKO WI T, 

oetU*3m I'. O. Drowir*)a, Albany, N. Y. 


1>«. LA«0(iKAfl*S 

SARSAPARIIU COnPeillVD, 

For the core of Llv<;r Complaint, Dyapepala, Pcrol 

ula, Droiisy, Neuralgia, Kpllepsy, Eryalpelas, 

Boils, Tumors, l>alt Itluuin, I'Icers and 

Bores, Kheumatiam, I'ain in the istom- 

ach, Side and Bowels, I>ehillly,and 

all eoinpluinta arising from 

IMrCUlTlES OF TIIK DLOOD. 

For sale by F. H. BITLER k CO., comer Cen 
tral and .lacfcsoii streeU; J. R. HAYES, 18 Central 
alreet, Lowell. 


Cliild'8 Friend! 

Perry's Worm Tea 


d 


J\ Worms found In the human body; elso a cer 
tain cure for Worm Kits, Worm Fever, Tenesmus 
fcc. Possessing in Its comliinsllon emliientTlean 
sing and strengthening properties. Its use will al 
vtays improve the health of the patient, whether 
Impaired by worms or other eausee.-- 

Price Tvrcntjr-llTa Cewta. 

Prepared only hy JOHN A. rERRY,' Chemist. 
Boaton, Maaa. Hold by F. H. BU'i'LKR (I: CO 
cor. Central and Jackson ate. t;27d6mV 

CinuiMre 


DR. WTRICKLAND'P MELLIFLXHIt:.*! ^Ol'OH 
B.\Lf AM la warranted to cur» t^oAghs, Colds, 
Iloaraenesa, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Sore 
Throat, (/'onauniptioo, and all affections 
Throat and Liings. 

For sale by Drugglats. 60 eenta per bottle 
GEO. C. GOODWIN ft CO.. 37 llanover titrcet,. 
Boaton, Sole Agonta for New England. 


mmr H ■ n Y A H haa thta day ndmlttefl 
▼ ▼ • Mr. B. M.WEKO to an li.urcst In th. 
general buslneaa c:«rrled on bv him at his old stand 
.Vo. 41 Central Btreet. J^r. Weed has for several 
yeara given hia whole iitteiitlon to the a<-vera 
liraiiehes of business carried on by me, and we an 
confldent that all who favor ua withlh.-lr patron 
aire will find our goods the best the market affords 
while our prl<-ea will be aa low aa the aamc qualll) 
of goods In Boston or elsewhere. 

Our stock of I'ianos, Seraphlnea, Cabinet Or 
gans, etc., etc., will he kept complete, both fr sab 
and renting, t^heet Music and Musical Works oi 
all kinds, I'IctifVea and Picture Frames, Oval ani 
■Square, for Photographs and Paintings, In grcui 
variety, and at greatly reduced prices. 

Particular attention paid to this branch of oni 
l>UBiness. All the various styles of the day ui 
hand or manufactured at short notice. 

Our stock of Clocks HndTlmepleoca Islhelarires 
in the citv, and of the heat uuality. Looking Glass 
i-s and Plates. b»ith French and German, of al" 

repali 
«-d Hew 
Button hole Mn- 
W. U. DYAR. 
ootid tf 
i I 

Reputation Established ! 

Jflrtt, S, at. •*/!/ 1* i8 ti u'y 
li pubUc itenrfarlrcas^ am: 
hfV wondtrlul success h 
Httpri cidt nied. Urf fam< 
and her discttrcHes liuv: 
Sfone abroad^ and to-d.'tfj 
she is in her Hue the larg- 
(St §nanufacturcss in the 
world. 

Everybody Interested. 

Youth tntd old age art 
alikeben Hitd by the n^e oi 
JflrH.S af . .'il/#'«*** W»rld'y 
Htiir Kfistorer a$td MMatr 
Oressiug. They act direct- 
ly upon the roots of the 
hair^ anisin^ tnxuriaitt 
growth and b cauty, Vout 
^air^ifcltauged to grey *:r 
white by sickness or oilict 
causes, will soon be res for- 
ed to its natural color and 
beauty. natidnatJ' eradi- 
cated forever. The a..it 
falling stopped. TUe ni ok t 
delicate hi ad^dress or boK' 
net can be w:trn withuut 
rear of soiling. The most 
delightful fragrance to (hi 
hair is itnparied. if jjou 
wish ta restore ycur hair, 
as in youth, and retain ii 
through life, without de- 
lay purchase a bottle of 
Jfirs. S. »/i. tUlen^s t^.*rlds 
Hair Restairer and SPrc 88' 
ing. 

Sold by DmggisU thronghoat the World. 

PUIXCir.tL SALLS OFIICC, 

t0S dk 309 Greenwich St., N^wr«V«r!t. 

Sept. le.lSM^ sept aa'ly 

l-XJRESiT RIVER LIS aD COMPANY. 

8ALBM. MASSACHUSK'I'IS. 
LEAD (In Utl) 



BEAUTY. 
4 



riM'uv, ooid 

in, Kiaien.and 
.Silken Cl'Rl..-^ pro 
duced by the uae of 
I'l-of Ur. ItuKlx'a 
KItI.><KR LK CIIK- 
VEl'.K. 

One application 
w;<rrant<<l to curl the most striilKbt and smlihorn 
hair of either se« Into wavy rinirlels or heavy mas 
sivecurll*. Has been used hy the fashlniiahles of 
I'arls and London wlih the most gratifying ri<- 
aolla. l>o<'* no Injury lo the skin. 

Price hy mall, seulid apid post paid, $1. Dea 
crtptive circulars sent free. Address ' 

BKRGKR t^lllLTZ & CO., Chemists. 
P.O. Ilrawer Ji,Troy, N. Y., sole Aifents for 
the Uuiud SUte*. ' octl8*3ni 

A ND MITSTA- 

* CHKpS forced 
to glow upon the 
amnothest face In 
from three lo tlve 
^eeks hy using Dr. 

hEViti.N'E'.- I;i:s 

T A IRATl' ER 
CAPlLLAIRE.thc 
most wanderful dl«covry In modern *clence,'%et 
lng.upnn the Beard and Hair In an sImoMt nilrarn 
Ions manner. It has been used by the elite of l*a 
ris and London with the most Ihittrrinir suoess 
Numea of all purchasers will he reuisti red, and i< 
entire satisfaction is not givin in every instance, 
the money will he cheerfully relnnded. 

Prli-e hy mall, seabd anti post pnid, (II. Di a 
cr1j>tlvc circulars and lisliinnnials niailed free. 
IIKKOKK >\\\ \:Vl »i C<»., fheniM*. 
P. O. Driiwer "1, Troy, N. Y., sole Agents for 

the United sjU'" oetlB'Siii 

■ 

L. il. ItlUJlAKUSCN St. CO., 




ra I 4>EN FKMALR eRUIN.\RY. Hibam 

.P^tfTT, A. M., Principal. Aveommoddtloiis 
excotlent: Coutaa of Study «xu»a(ve m«<i Thor- 
ough ; Hoard of Instruction large, ciperlencod and 
efliclent.and rxpfiiteK htt Ihiin at nny other iiih .(U 
uf tli<i»,imt>ir;i<*«. Eighty pupil* in altendnnce 
Summer and Fall IVrins. Winter Term begtna 
Jan. J: Mummer Term, May 7, 1M0. Apply earlr 
to the Principal. ' ' 

West Lebanon, K. H., Dee. iBaj. 

aODEY'8 LADY'tf BOOK. ' 

^ AUTMnU.s HOMK MACJAZIXE. 

For afile by 


hotfi Magazlnea one year, for %tM. 
Newa Agiiiila everywhere. Addreas 

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J kUiKleljjhUt, I'a. 

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1 Poa ulaQ''f <oriirers. 


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CAN M.VNl'FA;TURE, ore for »al» lo the trade 
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Ihu United Slates. 

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Inventors who wish to lake mit Letters Patent 
ire advised to counsel with .Mosar*. MUN.V ft C«)., 
et|itors of the Seieiiiltic .\niericuii. who have prnx' 
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base, lit low r:iles. .\lso Factories, Saw and GrUl 
viilla. Mill Mtes, Water powers, t'ouiitry Stores, 
runiieries, alid openings tor all kinda of Mechan 
ics. Great liidneenienis ulfered lo persons iroing 
-outh, either singly or In coinninnttles. Call or 
tend fur Information and Catalogues. 

WMOHT, CARTER ft CO. 


NiiW ADYERTlSEMIiNTS. 
I 

nr A riiraioLOaicAL Vir.w or Mabhiaor. 

egiitnlnlng neai Iv 800 pages, aod 13<i tins PLA'l K 
KN«*«AVINGrt jof Tite Anatomy nf ttiB Hnman 
Organs in a state of Health and Disease, with a 
Treallae on Early %rors. It* Deplorable Conae 


Juencea upon the Aind and Itody. vflth the Au 
dor's Plan of Treatment— the only rational and 
uccessful mode of core, aa shown hy the report of 
cases treated, A truthful adviser to the married, 
and those contemplating marriage, who entertain 
doubts of their physical condition. Sent friai of 
postage to any mldress, on reoellit of !il ceiila. In 
stainiis or poMal currency, by addreaaliig Dr. LA 
(;R»H.\. No. 31 Maiden Liiiie, Albany, N. V. The 
author may be coiisulted upon any ol thu diaeases 


upon which hi 
any part of the 


biMik 
ivorld. 


treala,^ Medicines sent lu 


Agents Wa* ted. 

• •on a month will be paid for young men to en 
gage In a new and honorable business. Both 4oral 
and travelling agonta wanted. F(ir eirciilara and 
toriDS address L. L. TOUU ft C »., 
— 8Q Naaaau street. New York. 

%^' ANTBT— Arents tospll ourOuodaor the 
beat Patent Klght that has ever been offer 
cd lo the piihlic. The machine is inoro universal 
ly used, and pays a lurgcr piottt lo Atfc'ds. ihr. 
anv patent article In the market. Patent Rights 
bi'liKht and sold at 73 Cornhlll, Boston, up sUir*. 
Ofliou hours from lU A. M. to j P. M. 

D OSBOUN 8: CO. 


DR. SCHBHrcS 

IS BUWTUN 


ttJSA-WJBKD TUNIO 


AND 


MANDBAKB FZLKS. 


SILK BATTING, 

a new article for 

.OOMKOKTKRa. 
K|£Y£8 ft TUCKER, 


novl&dlf 


134 Merrimack street. 


FOR PKA WUAY^, 

Prints and Sheeting 

26 and 23 Cencs. 


; 


novlMtf 


KEYEfl ft TUCKER, 
131 Merrimack st. 





^^^' 


Offloe No. 108 Central St., corne 

of num. 

LOWELL. MASS 

(T?* A/on«y to Loan on OoW and Silver Wnie 
s. Jewelry, lirv Ooods, Piano Fortes, Boo' 
hoeb. Carriages. I^ar^.egse^, *c . iifc. 

TV Watchb* and Jbwblht neatly repain 
ind warrar'ea. 

O' Rukiem. Western ai.d Canada Mom 
lought. 

N. D.— ^n endless ra ietv of Unredeemf 
Propertv for *»le CHEAP. 

L. h BICUABDSON. r. L. RICHAaDBOM 

aM dtf 

l*IAI\0 FIIKTKM. 


^OUTHERN LAND," EMIORATION, AND 

^ I'R DUCT COMTA.SY, 

.Vo. 71 Uro iihciiij, utur H\tU Street, X. 1'., 

•ITirs for siile 4.(iU0,(MK)Hcre»of the finest and most 
.allrible Land in the .<on hern .'>taleM,sit ex>-eed 
irigly low prices, tractn from lo- Oto SO- •,<IU0 acres. 
I'ottun P'untatioKS, Farms, Mineral and Timber 
I.RiidK, etc. Iron Works and l"urnacea,Coal Lands, 
silver Mines, etc. Titlet guaranteed. 
W. U. QLINCY, Secretary. 


i£ 


SILVER NiLPlfIN RINQSI 
NAI'KIV HI.XOS 

MADE of pure Coin, of everv variety and price, 
nl .'JANBtlKNS Hllvrr U'nre and Jewelry 
Manufactory, corner uf Central aud Middle streets, 
Lowell, Mass. nov:9dlf 

1866 DIaRXEsT^ 1866 

4 LARGE aasortineni of DfAn/ES inn great 
« variety of bt, ding, for sale at very low pricea 
for Uie tluea, at hAUG E.VNT'S Bookstore, 
dyi-"* _ , City Uuvurniueut Building.,, . 


il 


r. 


[Copyright secured.] 


— »E— 


of tl^ «, 
\lty 

I"- I \s 1 


s LL« WITB 
1 BiVBi Msn 



DR. RTRICKLAXD'fl PILE REMEDY has 
cured thousands of the worst cases of Blind nn<'. 
Bleeding Itlca. It gives Immediate relief and ef 
fecta a permanent cure. Try it directly. It la war 
ranted to cure. 

Vnr aale by all Drugglata. 60 cents per bottle. 

GEO. C. GOODWI.V ft CO., 88 Hanover Street, 
Boston, Sole Agents for New England. 

septl ' d3m 

PARAFFINE OILS. 

HAVING been appointed flOLF. Aor.XTs ron 
Ix>wr.l.L AHD viciMiTV for the aale of BAl 
LEY ft EATON'S PARAFFINE OILS, for Mn 
chinery, ftc , have them eonsUtiitly ou hand and 
for aale at ManitsCTURERh' phickh. 

Attention ia called to these Oils aa being made 
exclusively from AMKKICAN C.VNNEI. CO.AL, 
and having no connection with thr numerous Pe 
trnleum Oils, now sold under the name of Paraf 
line hy Irresponsible parties, who endeavor to gain 
credit by COPYING our circulars and our direo 
tlous for use of our Ulla. 

C. B. COBITRN ft CO., 
Mechanlca* Building. 
(«well, Sept. 8, 18«S. septSdUanl 


, ma^e at tbe Poaasi 

is warranted to b> groi^nd In thi 

•est Old I^ndon i nseed Oil ; and it* (u|iorti>r ijusl 

for BoDT, Ubtiso and FurairaBt, it I* hellovH< 

not excelled b) any establiabment In the world. 
Aimiiite Lead made at above, and markod "War 
antod Pure" I* rsarBOTLT IT 

Tbe great body and capacity for covering cf ihti 
<ead. renders > , cheaper lo tbe consnnier than olhei 
joads. Ills confidently Irelleved that lOv) Ih* ul it 
vill do as much work as 135 lb* or most other brand*. 
This flsct ban been staled by some of the beat (tfilnt' 
irs in this vicinity. In Boston and eltewhere. A fSli 
rial ul the article will convince any praclical (Uiipie 
udlced) painter that he can work easier and t< 
,reat«r advantage wtib It, than itith any other Leai* 
low offering to tba public 

Tbe General Agent, who personally superintend 
he maouractart. of this Lead, has been engaged Ic 
he Lead Businesi for nearly a guarler of a ccntnr> 
tnd hik erperlence, connccled wit,*! <m|)ortant lis 
irovcmetit* 'n the mode of manuti • nre, enables hi r 
ofvniisb an article that cannot surpaased. 

Lead mannfkctured by the "T stRlver LeadOon 
>any," .can be obtained at the aou(ai;tvi''er's prlc< 

t OHARLIi.8 B. CUBlJRN, 4 and 5 Mecbanii 

Inlldng, linttnn street. Lowell apr9M 



FOR SAI.K l> VIIKJIXIA 
nn ALL FaBMH 

ON JAMES Ul VKIl. 

O.VJf llC.\PlthD ACJIES A.\J) rnWAUD, 

Illeh " If ttnm lands '' a^pled to the cultivation of 
irain aal Produce, H^^wst^red and easy coin- 
niint^lions w ilh marlets. 'I lie climate lieie eria 
lies Fa' niers to work all the winti-r, and Stock 

ilocs not re(|nii'c stabling vera month. Price, 

*l.\to i>:ij p»r iiere, iirc'iilivd to ini{jn>rrmfiitii.— 
.Wo for siile. Mills, Milling L.'inds and I'lania 

lious. Apply early to A. It. W.MtUEN, 

11 Men-hauls' Kscha-ige, BoSTOM. 

t ILSON-JJ EARLY BI-ACKIIERRY, Large, 

Sweet and Pronuctive, ahead of all oth r 

BI rkhcrrli's in market, and lirltiKs more niuiiey. 

rrlce per mail, 1 i'lani, fi; U Plants, f21. / litl 

dvlfihiii It ifiihi-ny, 2 Plants, (1 ; Vi Plants, %'.>. — 

.■-eud for Catiilouues gratis. 

WU.LIAM PaURV, Clunamlnson, N. J. 

OEOIiOK W. wK, IlKY & CO. 

MATftrACTt'RF.Rs A?ID Dril.ERR IN 

WALNUT, CHESTNUT, AND PAINTED 
; H - M B i!. H K U K N I T U RE, 

RelflgiTalorx, HiirMun, Wardrobw, &f. 

1 I nd *i Holme < • l:la k. IlLymarket ^qaare, 
■he Amerioen ^-ubmerged Fump 

Was nwaided Tim Midiih nt the Inte Charitable 
MechiinicH° Fair, lloston. It Is Ihe slinplei.!, niOHt 
durable, c/ic ;«•»< force ^ump iniule. Ijillrely of 
illy or p'icLril riihiK, cannot 

.-ir Delivers tr-'m Wl gals, to 
4u,iK)> gals, per minute. Etvry person can be suit 
ed according to his wants. Suitable for farms, 
house, factory, ship, and general use. It is an ad 
mlr»bl<- Fire Kni/tne. 
AtDUVEUkUX ft CO. General Agents, 

15 Merchnuls' Row, Boston. 

•iHR •«^AIi'M LKG." 

J,'IRNI8IIED BY GOVERNMENT TO SOL 

r DIEIIS.— All who desire an Artitlciul Leg. 

' unrivalled for ei.mj't rt, n.un tiiruir, e- innniy ai <l 

e/c;/ijii.-c, please seinl foC a Circular to the SALICM 

LEG CO., Sulem, Mass. 


^ prdal DiseakScs. 

INDIAN EMMENAGOGU!. 



The above is a eoriect.iket'CMsof Pr. ReheBek 
taken matiy years suo ininieiiiately after be 
ha I recovered from Con^uulp||oll When the 
first was tsken he weighed I07 pounds ; at llM 
.resent time h's wei,^ht is 220 pounds. 







iht _ 

cast lion, hits }fijniii I 
cannot get out of ord.ii 


Ruuci At <;ripfith, 

NO. 77 MRRKIMACK 8TRKBT. BOLE AORNTI* rt» 

ALLKT DAVIH A C->.'* celebrated Grand an' 
quart PIANOS, tor wnich Ihej received th^ 
drat I remlum over all other oonpitltors at the lai' 
Mrchinics' Pair In thiBcity, have ooustantlv on ban- 
a g - '41 assor^'nent ol the al>ove-Damed maker*' P 
ano ortea. al jnanuracturers' price*. wsaaARTan, i 
•very particular. i« he the l>e*t P*ano Fortes mads - 
N.B.— Piano Fortes and Malodeona to let. 
Lowell .'one IM* IsadL 


B: 


Oity Bill Potter and Distributor 


THtssibserlfcer aUMde promyily to tbe Posting or 
MalrtBnSBK of BUta w CInmlaia, ef every dee 
•iMlOB. Charges reaaoaable. 
•Niers reee<*ed a> Mo. *k Central Ureel. 
|7>Tk« ealy regaUr BOlJf eeUr In the Cltr. 

K. L. DAVI8. 
,T*.tl.lMI. eM14S*tU 


nisYMR. FRUIT KMIVRS, 

UADM Ot COtH. 

AMOS SAir 

l((y Manufae 

•fOeatraialidMtdd^eaweu, I^well 

ni 


The attention of the public issoliei 
led to the huperior qaality of UAM- 
't«EK'8fre*hb'ewed CHAMPAUNh 
ALB. Thi* Ale is brewed fireah at all seas«>n^ 
of the year, and the keeping quality uf it, etpe- 
eially of su<sh brewed during the most eaeeasiv* 
hot weather, is guaranteea for any length ol 
time. For sale in hhds, bbls and half bbls. 
Uoly Bcent in Lowell. M U. KMKK80N, 

No. 128 tlutfoik Street 
Jan.l.l8eX ianldtf 

a I — ■ I ■- I.. — I — ■» I ■» ■ ■■ 1^ 

OONrZOIUVTZAL. 

YO;j|«0 MEN WHO HAVi 

Inlurad theoiselves by certain seerei 
bsbils. ahlch unflit them for business 
pleasure, or the duties of maiTiad lite 
also middle-aged and old men, who, from the 'ollies 
ol yeuUi, or olbsr causes, leel a debllitv in advance 
o( their yeaia, tMlore placing therasslvea under tbe 
Ueaimeolol any one, should Ursl read -'Cum Hb« 
CBBT PaiBBO." Married l^adies, jrlsiiing lu avoid 
ao increase of family, will learn somstLing of Impor- 
tance by peroslDg -TBa Bmbbt Kaiaso.** 

Bent to any address, In a sesleo envelope, oB re- 
oelpt of Twenty Bve Genu. Address 

DB.CHAa. A. STUART* CO.. 
March 10. IMt. Idlvl Boston, Mass. 

OOVBBNOB VALVES. 

P)B btationary Engines of ' ■ Judson'a Fa 
leni," UochesUr, N. Y.. also. " Fitts' Pa 
Unt Olobe aad Uovornor ValTea,'" for sale b> 
U. U BAKKKK. 
i«Mt« . No. SUtBtralst 


.IC STOR£ 

AND— 

Frame Manufactory. 

W . H. DYA ir 

39 CENTRAL STREET, 
Continues to keep a Urge STOCK of 

LQOKING GLAivSEJ^ 

FOR BALK, and tnrnnfa^ares to order aii 
>ise or style. Employs good woikmen u 
I'rames fjr 

I'OKTRAiKn ^ . 

& PHOTOGRAPHS. 

0»«I and oth^ styles. Ornamented and Plain. 
RegUdiBf BBd Hepalring PlaUs (er UIb 

Attended to. 

ImilalioR Gold MouldingK tor BalrChenf 

A large Stock of 


\M..\\ 


rr'n 


I if- far \\it II ir 


will restore Oray HnIr to It* OHiriiNAt color 
■(irvntlieiinnnd /ii-'/inofrx i he growth o» the weak 
-ss hair ; stops Us falling out in three dnys : keeps 
ihe head clean, co<d. and healthy ; can be used 
ireely ; cuiitnins nothing Inlurlous. Thf hi'jit Hnir 
l)rfKi>iriji trtr iijli-ml tn tin piiblir. Ills ri-com 
'tiended and u-ed by the flrst medl'-al authority — 
^I'fil at tl e drtiB stores, and al my oOice, No. 1. 123 
llroail way, N. Y. 1 as»ure all piTsoiis toe above 
preparation will do all that la dulmi-d for It. 

UARAH A. CHEVALIER, M. D. 


PZtBS! PILES! PZIillSI 

ppllcallona are time thrown 
l.-0.\'t« P RUJTALTK 


Sept. 24, tH60 


Ac, fte., *•. 


•cp24dtf 


'mgfWW BTTT.EB Just received at 
^i BOILSit^ HI Ivor Ware and Je' 


N 


BW CtNTRB rTMRAffTSrMslved at J. 

llJ.lLnCABaOH^S. _^ 

1 BMk Bloek, Blurttaek street. 


^OWJgL? 


fine BBLAOB AJUU fer sato 
PBABHON8, 
Bloek, t^alMMk ttniA, 


QRAND CONCEKT JflANO. 


'[■ B. DTAB bas th9 -ieastire of Xk- 
|tl»nirtng tbenosieal public that bebas 
gtioM Bontioston Hall anew full 
^ _»B»d 1% Octave Piano, to rent lot 
Ooncerte and ParUer. Inronnatlon in regard to It 
J*" •* Wl "'*'? JBBlter. at the Ball, or atlls Musir 
ttore. 41 OeBtral Kreet. aovlMu 


UrnXnUMrfVlt FAKUBBTK jBatraeotTed by 


C'iKlAB CABBB rseolred till* day at Wo. 114 
> MetiKnaek str«MA, by KNOWLIM BHOM, 

lowcat.— 
••137 


OOLTON'S 8RLECT FLAVORS 

OF the choice Fruits, Spices, etc., for making 
Ice Cream, Pastry, hauces, Jelllea. Custards, 
Blanc Mange, Cake, etc. Every housekeeper nnd 
lovfr of cheleu flavors ahould try these Flavoring 
Kxtracta and compare them with others — being the 
best and most economical. 

J, ft J. M. PEAHHON are the AgenU for Low 
ell, Havlnga Bank Bloek, bbattuck st. scptlA 


OIU FAKHI^RS' AinANAC, 

BY ROBERT B. THOMAB, 
and 

Loodon 41m»nfto. Illuatrated, 

^;>OR the year 1IW4 Jest' received and for sate 
at CObc^BHH ALL'S Book and Mutionery 
stois, tl Merrlmaek street. novl 


•»'• At 


'i\i 


wbleh tbev oaiir 
LBokatthem. 


tt aale as ow aa tke 


AS nnal en band, b^ KXOWLBS BROS, al 
aipra.lU Merrimack street, a very large sto 
of RAIN VM BUBULAS. Id Urns of fair wsath 
prepare hf storMe b/ going lo KNOWLXS BHUB 
aaAbarlnf BMBlBTtrrlBWffdM. jmU 


Vt]PrFKANI> 

I' ARM AND FRUIT T ANDH, In a mild and 

hciilthful climate. Thirty miles mih/// of phi 
ladclphla by railio.-id. In New Jersey, on lb* sami 
line ol bititude as lialllmore, .Md 

The soil Is rich and pinihiclirf, varying from a 
ciny lo a sanily loam, suitable for \V heat, (Jrass. 
Corn, Tobacco. Fruits nnd Vegetables, This is n 
fiif.'it fruit ri'tiutry. Five hundred Vineyards ami 
Orcha'ida have been planted out by expi-riunced 
fruitgrowers, tirapesj Peaches, Pears, Ac, pro 
diiee Immense prollts. Vlnelarid Is already one ol 
the most beautiful plaws In the United Htale*.— 
The entire territory, coMsl<tlng cif Hfty aqi;ari- 
milea ol liipd. Is laid out iiihjii a general system of 
linprovenieiits. The .and Is only sold to actnni 
stitlers'wTth provision for public ndornment. The 
place, on nci ount of its great beauty, as well lis 
oth»-r advunlnges, has hccimie the riDnrtnf prnjil- 
of tii-tr. It haa Increased Ave thousam) pi opie 
within the past three yeara. ("hurches, Ktnn-s, 
Hchuols, .Vitt'lemies, Hocielies of A rt and Learn 
Ing. a d other elements of refinement and culture 
have been Inlrodiiced. Iluiidieds of people are 
constantly settling. Hundreds oT ly-w houses sre 
being colislructed. PrWie of Farm land, twenty 
acre lots ntnl upward. >2.*) per acre. Five und ten 
Dcreiaod Village Ipts tor sale. 

Fruits nnd Vegetables ripen earlier in this dis 
triel than In any other loenllty north of Norfolk-, 
Va. Improved places for sale. 

Openings for all kinds nf bualnpss, I.nmher 
yards, Manulaclorles, Kouixirlea, Htorea.nnd ihe 
like; and ."^teiim Power, with room, can he rented. 
For persons who desire mild winters, a health 
fill climate, aM<l a goo<l soil. In a country beaiitt 
lully improved, nbonndinu In fruits, ami possess 
Inn all other social privileges. In tlie heart uf civil 
izntlon. It Is worthy of a visit. 

Letters nnswered and thu Vineyard Rural, a na 
per giving full information, and containing ICe 
ports of Holon Rabinann, aent to applicant*. 

Addriss CIIAS. K. LANDIS, Vlnelainl P.O., 
Landls Township, New Jersey. 

From lltuiirt nf Sitltm ItoOiuion, Agrirvlturnl 
Kditiir of thr Trilmw > " /( if on' of thr wtf'sf rx 
teti»ii<f jrrtUt tructn, in ah otmtitt lerrl pnidltim 
n»'l nuUiililf ro>i</itioi> for nlmtitnt furmhiu thai 
tof know of this lUUof'lhe Wentern I'rairiri'' 
novl dfcttm 

STMOKDS' 

Piteat Uuraer and Prtrolcom 
riuid, 

ClAN be obta'ned In Ixiwcll at the following 
/ atorea : 

F. II. Chandler ft Co., aril MIddli'sex Street. 

It. F. CIsrk, ZM Merrimack Street, 

bllckney A hiioU'urd, corner Bridge and Third 
Streets. 

1. W Whittemore, 45 East Merrimack Btreet. 

Ulhson Bros., corner Bridge and Page btreets. 

J. W. Nash Xt Co., V)!> Ontral htreet. . 

M. Hemeiiway, til Central Mruet. 

H. H. Orange, HO Merrimack Hiruvt. 

Bohonnn M liaruey, Hale's Mills.' 

J. Mehnn ft Co., Preacott Hlreut. 

,T. F. Puffer, Mnrket Mreel 

Jkrob Nichols, corner Lowell and* Dutton Streets. 
I Also at whob sale and retail t I'ERMi >N NOVKH' 
Furniture Kuoms, 8V and 4ii Market Htreet, where 
also can he ubulnud a new and Improved LAN- 
TERN forburningBiild. 

Wholusule Headquarter* of the Symond'a Patent 
Berner ft PsUuleum Fluid Co., 4A India Htrest, 
Boston. PEKoUN NOVKei, Agent. 

octS ctf *at 


NLL outward a 
nw.y. HARItl.~0.\'t« P RUJTALTIC l.n/, 
KNGE.'< nniovelhe enuM-.vlx. — Cosliveness. 'I'hey 
are the only pi>rinnnetit cure of the Piles, either 
lileeding or nllnd. For sale at No. I 'J'reinunt 

" ' ly. a 
mull on «ncl<is|i:g All cents. 

J. H. HARKlbON ft CO 


Proprietors. 


CATARRH ! 

PR. WADRWORTIPd » HV IP Is p. PURE 
rURK lor the above romplnint, after all other ri-ni- 
edtes have f.iited. l*o iniy thousnnds of those pft- 
llrnts who have given it n trial. ])ii not hesitate, 
but procure the nn-dieliie at once. It will not dis- 
appoint you. t>end (-lamp for a jinmphlet all abinit 
Cainrih. Por isle by the Proprietor, H. B. BUK- 
IHNli'i ON, Providence, li. L Also fur aulu by 
Druggists geilerully. 


WAH». lAC;*-: ANO CFI.!B4rV.' 

An Essay of Warning and Instruction for Young 
Men, .Inut published by the Howard Association, 
andeeni in sealed lelUT envelopes free of charge. 
Address, UK. J. hKILI.EN HOUiiHTON, 
toward Assuuialiou, Philadel, IiIm, Pa. 


J. 


H. W1N8I OW & CO. 

[r.sTAllLISIIF.D 1860.] 

100,000 \Yu:elii«, Cb ipn, iivir Hrliclii.U. 

M<» 'I «i f.'tOD.OOOl 

TO BE SOLO AT ONE DOLLAR EACH. 

WITHOUT HEOAUD TO VALUE I 
And not lo br. paid fur niilil i/mi know wluit you art 

to yit. 

*A apLKfinin LIST or AnricLes. 

KtCII 

lOOfOnld llnntlngCnscd Watches, flltOO ! 

11)0 Hold Wnlehea. 7b tiu 

^'MI!Liidl( s' (Jobl Wntchce, 40 UU 

tKKi Liidles' and Oent'a bllver Watches, 18 UU I 
1,IHSI Revolving Castors, ir> 00 to IK 00 i 

3,<SHI Di Inking (;ups, T (N) to lu UU i 

6,UU<) Ovnl nnit Chas'd Grild Bracelets,& nO to 10 IM) 
8,000 Vest, Neck and Uuard (,'liniii*, IV Ou to 1(1 liO 
a.UUO Ladies' L'alifor. I>lainnn<l Rings, .1 (HI to H UO . 
8, UU Maglu Hpring and i^nap Lockets, 4 UU lo lUUO | 
1U,0 U tiold Pens with Hilver MouiiUd 

Holders, 4 00 to 6 00 

10,000 Gold Pens Willi Silver Extcn- | 

alon Ctsea, 4 (X) to A 00 

8,000 hi-l* Ladlea'<Tewelry, 6 UU to lU UO i 

6,0UU Tea. Dessert and '1 able Spcona 

per dozen, 12 00 lo 24 00 

6,000 DeaM-rt und Table Forks, per 

doren, 14 00 to 34 00 

4,000 Buti'-r Knives, per pair, 6 00 to 10 00 

;l,U00 Napkin Rings, per pair, OO to lo 00 

31,U0n other artielea, 4UUIolO 

CcrtlRcales of all therarloos IWlcles, ■taiing 
what each one ean have, are llrat put Into eiivef- 
opea, sealed up and mixed ; and when ordered, nrs 
taken nut wltdoiit regard to choice and Bent by 
mail, thus giving all a lair chance. On receipt of 
the CertiHeiite, you will see what you ean huVa, 
and then It Is at your option lo send one dollar aud 
take the nrtleir or not. 

One of these eiivelopea will be cent by mall on 
receipt ol 36eenis; live for %\; eleven for $2; 
thirty fur %:>, sixty five lor |IU; one hundred lor 
%\b. 

AOKNTU wanted everywhere. Great Induce- 
ments lo Ladles and lieiiia to acta* auch. Fall not- 
lu aend fur Iruular, whteh ||lv«* apetJal t«rms,full 
Hat, and pariiculura. Address, 

J. H WII^HLOW ft CO., 
Ko. 3i.| Broadway, New Vqyk. 


if Prepared expressly fo 
T/^uiKS, 4tid Is suptrior to «n\ 
thing ehr for regtilHliru the sys 
tem in ra-ea f Qhsimrt'oi 
fn m whatever rauie, a> d theie 
fore nf the Bre''P>t value t< 
tl'oae who iT'av wish *o svoid si 
evi) to which they ->re liable. 1 
tssen ss directed,!' will cui. 
oriy r"ie cuah-' hy mrrftrine.s' < 
it ia also prrfrctltf infe. Full 
ditectio'.a acc< niimnv e<rh bot- 
tle Price SlO. r^' tlEMRM- 
B£R; — t'hi. medicint it ■«»♦</».- 
ta jprrf't/ for OBPTiWA'Ii 
OASB«. ir^icA i// CHEAP --ewerfiMO' f'le t»w 
hai'f fai'tdto '•wr ; nit thnt it iivarranted ni 
rair^tenl^ri IN K.VKhY RK^PVCT. or Ih. 
pricr trill he refuniHt u--' HKWAHF Ol 
,IM'TATinis8' ai d espe> tally those i aving s 
pnnnierfsit of my Indian Ftijtire for s '•ecep 
tion. — Non*- ir niii- e 'inle»^ obtained nf fr 
Mafifoi.'i, Ofiie,. (CT Ladim vho trt.A, cut. 
Aore^i;<irii in the city during treitnuht. 

mUREnc COMPOUND, 

For DtMrnirt o' the Vrinnry Orgnve result- 
xnq fiotn iniprtiiletu-f c»us ng ttniiroprr ota 
charuii. hri.t, ir tti'tion l^c tl lonlHtTH ni 
Cofiaira, f'uhihn. I i.rpentine. ot tiv othc 
•iffeufire or iiiji io'is dru< but is a sale, sure, 
and ;j/ea'0(if remedy that will ure ir. one hal 
thi- ti ne of xnv other, or thi prir. wllbrrt- 
fuHftfd. You that h ve been taking Baliam 
Copnvin 'ot mi nihn without benrfit, until stc« 
sikI pale vnur hrea'h and clo hes are tainted 
with Its nffenaive odor, throw it away snd aenn 
{0t a ho tie of thi* .•'Mrs Remedy. It will no' 
only ruer yoM at otire, but also cleanse thr 
*y* f m ftom the h or'fu l rruun yixi have bett. 
•sking so long Jlf* For Chronic ca>es, o 
moiths and even frurs' duration, i' »•« a swr' 
cure. Try !• once, snd yon Ml' rever tsr'p 
Ihe dNrfUsiIng irlxtores of fialeam C'nai.."i 
again IT One Isrge ti >t'le geiierdly suffi- 
cient to cure. — Prifi* $5. 

ALTERATIVE SYRUP. 

For Imfuriltri of the rHood retul'tna from 
tmprudfuv.catitiig Eruttfione or thr SAiu ; 
Sf-ri: Thioat. Hou himri A'ose; /,o»» iif Hnir 
Old Soret. Sieeiii- gt Pant thr Ho*iet,nntl 
all othei liytuofoHOclirep'iuoninlhefyflem. 
Jjf* No remedy ever dlsooterrd hh* done whjt 
has .>ee». srnieved bv this. It c'treri a gentle- 
man frfm the South, ttopptnp c-t Ntwvort. nnd 
flit te/iich he prnnUed Pr hi. with JifW, after 
havnuj b*m uni'er the trrctmmt of the mart 
eminent phyei iant in Baltimoie. Philadelphia 
nnd Sew York, jor fjtk TKAkm ^ever de- 
al air of a permnne't cure, notnatler how oh- 
ittfuite yur eate hu bren uinil you ha^e 
horouglih te-'ie'i 'hevlitues of thi- i«oleiit A'- 
teristtve It Is p eps'ed tjprettlit for the pur 
rose, -nd is ntietiot to atiy other rime y tor 
sue eH*ea. Q70iie Urge bett.'r lasts a month, 

NERVE INVI60RAT0R. 


For yervout Debility ; Semino-I Weoknett 
Lot* of. Poietr; Impnt my. Cofiftuion <J 
Ihotufht ; Lo$t of Memory i Irritable Te ter , 
Ol'omij Apprthefitiotu ; Fear; Detpondeney 
Uelanchoiii. %> d i.llotb«r evils caused hv se 
cie' habi's or rxcehsive indulgence CTT* TM» 
iure remedy ii composed of the iijost aixiihing, 
strengthening . nd iiivignratitig me'ilcines in 
the whoU vegeta'dr kingdom Inrming in com 
binftti"- ;he niost leifeet untiitv'.e for this 
'■.-vioate ( lss« of malscies ever >pt discover- 
ed It bas been ficnt to every State in the 
Unint), p'.sitivfl) cU'Ipk tboussitds who have 
never seen the invertor. les'oring them to 
inunri hinlth. Nervous suPeier ! whereverynn 
may l>e. don't fall lo les< t e vir lies of ibir 
Winderful iirmray i|_i On«' Is'gc bottle lasts 
amonh.— rrire'tlO. The e KOHR UIIK 
Kh. .d KDlfcb, or* prepared of my f {/)!?'•»■. and 
sent by I xpr^^s ererytrAerr, with full dirrc- 
tiofia in a sealed parkage tecU't from obier- 
vaiion, on receipt uf the price by mail. 

mPORTANT CAUTION. 

Uj* 'AotMUMifs Ot Dollari are paid to 'wind 

ling quacks d„ily, whuh is wiir%e than thrown 

axeny This coniefc from trusting in the •'eeep 

tlve advertisement- of men calling themaelves 

'•Dortort,' wh(»*« on'yrec ■mmer.da'ion is tpA«f 

they tay of thimteivet. Q^J* Advertisinwi hy>-i 

(ians. in nine oaaes ' ut of ten. are trnfiottort; 

and medicines of this kind found in rirvi/ tturit 

a e gendslly worthies*.— unt up to seW. a> d 

not to CM»«. The Sure Hemeoiei can b»-ob- 

tained at my Office only, and are w,iriaiited as 

rop'erented, iii every rekpeot, f>r the price will 

bt re undtd. Pc-sona i>t a distance msy be 

cured at home tn t As (Aorfe«(;iof «•/><« time, by 

seni.iiiR for them. (O* ' 'f Mattisou i* an 

eduented physician of over- twenty vests' ex 

perience, ten in general iirartice until com* 

pelled by ill health to. adopt an offlir practice, 

ireaiinK all sceirienta resulting fiom iuip>u- 

d< I'ce In both aeie<i. Riving 'hem his v hole 

attention. <Uf Circulais givink- full informs- 

tibii, with t<n<fo<t£fr^fe<fimonui/«; bUn a bo'-k 

on Stircial Difeatet, in a lea'td thVetope, »etit 

free. O* Be turt »nd tetid lor them, lor with 

out tWrtlho^lul^ no ttranyrr can be t'ustttd. 

Knelo* a'HUamp foi^ postage, si d direct to 

l>K. It AT11MIN, ^4>. 38 LOIUK 

MR LT, PKoVIDPNtIf, it. 1. 

aiU (ehfebl4] d«fly 


r>i<. hc hknck'8 , 

PrinripsI cftjee ai d It'bnot' fy !• at the V R. 
-orne r of t<lXTH m d COM ^Ei>4;F- ^tleeu. 
Philadelphia, where sU ItUers or adiioe or bu- 
->iness should b'-diiecifd. 

He wi.l he foiiid b«re evrry R/TrRlMT, 
profrs>-i< na ly to rx n ine luiiga » th tl e Kts- 
pii('n<r rr. f >r which his fee is ibice doLsrs; 

.ill advice free 

In >e» Y. ik. at Ni- 82 POND Sneet, every 
TU SI AY. f'om il Z'. M. t, 3 P N 

In Boron. :'8 FUMMIK SIKfP.T, tittj. 
W.dn.a ^y li.niO A M. <• 3 P M 

Al tia timo e. Md.. lOH B.>liimare atrtet, 
veiy o'hrt Fiiciay, 



DnDHBLLAt AND FARa 
AOLM made and repaired. Cane* in 
ivory and Uold setting. Pinking, Km 

broidarinp, Ac, J^c, at 

STAR 8 MUSIC STOllB, 
Al Oetiril kind, BtgrMtiy rtdiioBd p'rwBa. 
mnU **'/ 

1 ••1<1 »'.'!C- •- 1 


R R 


t * O T 
VZUJtTAULM 


O W 


CROUP sYRUPI 

A Sure and Sn^ Jtrmedy for file Croup. Also, 
ths very teat aritcis In us^ fbr WhoootHc 
Coilfh, Coughs. Colds, ftc^for Adullsor Ci lldren. 
Do not sleMi wtthont (w Fer sale by th* proprte- 
lor, H. H. BURB»qTOy^ .f/,gTM"-» »• '• 


V£TEfiINARy 8UBOEON. 

^ Ihe under* gned hsvlng dis- ^i^* 
posed Ol his Livery Hahle, a ill, Tl ,,1^ 
In Ihe •nIt.tB, devote his lime / ^ Ms4\ 
exomalvelv lo II e Irs tn em o» -JL/ 
»e* o all l/on estle.ied anlrrals^Ordert 


Mvaih a Knetdd oe, llIgN Kireet * 
..U MBsil.ti »tre«t, Lessen nlll 
lended tn 
BeptamberflR.lM« 


qnare. < erner 
•<e promptly al- 
kUBBHT WiKiU 
setiOt'ly 


,1 


•'•T "rr»l»< l» a aplendld saanrtmant ef 
Osnu' CANEH at ENOWLEH BROS', 
nov2 114 Merrimack strset. 


O R«oa«L K8.«-40 bBSbfls flrst quality lu 
p MtT«l ky 8. p, BiUsWeli/, 

Mm IMOmmIbiMb 


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IHE HISTOIIYOFDH PCHI- NfK'R OWN 
CAfsR. AM) HOW HE WA^ CURED OF 
CON."-UMPTiO> 

^•sny }ear- rgo, whilst residing in Phi'sdel- 
I his. I bad proi.ie'-secl graiuailv into 'hf' last 
■lege of Pu monar» Consuinpiiun. All boi es 
f my rtcoK r) bring dis»ipa*ed, I wts adv *ed 
l)> m> |ih»'ican, I'r. Psr/uh to ifmove into 
ihee«u try, Mootesto«n.,New Jeisey, btirg 
my native plan*. Iwaa removrd thither.' My 
latlirr ai.dall his f mily had 'i'ed snd ditd 
there— and die-^ < f Pulmofiar> Cun»nmption.— 
On mv airiv-L I was put In 1 id, wheie 1 la) for 
many wrik* in nhat was deiniid a hopeless 
coidition. Dr. Thorn'on, who hsd bten my 
fnthei's faniily ii)i}>iciiiti, at'd bod sttended 
him in I is lb^t iilnet-s. whh callei. lo -ee me — 
He thought my c»>e tuti el» biyiind th.' tfsch 
nt medirii e, snd decided that I mtlst die, acd 
gave me one wri k to arrange iny <empora| af- 
tHir* In thtk p| pireiiily boptlea* condition. I 
heard nf Ihr lei.edics «h • h 1 now make and 
se I, Ita'cniedto me that I could feel them 
wor iug their way «nd prnetiating every 
nerve fi'ite. and iissu<\ rf njji. svattm. 

My lungs sn livi r put on a new sctlon, and 
•he rooibiu roaiur which for years had accu- 
mulated at d ini'aied the diff.rtnt oiftans of 
ihe body, was elimuie-i, 'he tiibereles on my 
utiBS lipened. aiid 1 expeoiora'ed from Biy 
liiiuass much us a pint uf tellow ottni ive 
matter every morning As this rst'^f'^fstioB 
uf mat'er auhtidid. ihe fever .bated, ihe pain 
>cfi ra*. th" efbigh ceased to baiass me and 
the- exhaustii g Mght-sweats wfte no li nget 
Miown arm 1 l.sd rt'fre>hiDg kleep, to wbiih I 
had long bi en a siraiiger. My uppitite now 
btgan to return, and at ilm- s 1 (unrd it diftl- 
rul' to restrain m>i>rlf t .ig loo much ; 

with thi* r'-tiiin of hesith.l (t.neo in Miengih, 
snd now am il shy. I am now a hraltny man^ 
with a la ge,hesled ci"airix in the roi'dle lobe 
of the light lui.g and tbe lower liil e hepalixed 
with complete B'dhebion ol 'he ileura 'Ihe left , 
lung is sound, aiid be upper Itlir of tL* light 
ine is in s toleiablv hcalihy eonditivB. 

Conaumption at 'bsi time was iheiigbt to bB 
an ii^eura le (1iRrs«e hy f v«<iy one, i<h)sicians 
as well as ibot-e who were unlcitrned in n.edl* 
cine— especial v aueb cssca as were r^d ird lO 
the com I'loii ) was in. '|his indutei' many 
neoj.le to believe niv rcnotrery oijIj ten orary 
I now prepared arid gave 'he medicine to eoa 
aumjitive* f.>r some time, and mm.e m flv eon 
de fuleuies; and the demand increMt Isurap" 
141;, that I dttrriiiined to oMVr lie n tn the 
pui lie, and dc>i>'r in u- d'vidid at en I ion to 
lung disessps. In (ruth, J •a* mxttofoiced 
to it lor pei'ple would fend for me far and 
nesr. to aseuitain whether thdr casea were 
lite mine 

For manv years, in eoniunetio*- with wy 
principal oltiie in rhiladelphia, lha>e been 
making regular professional visits to Mew 

Yrrk. Hos'on. Usiiimore andPi'tsburg 

For several years psst 1 ha e maue a* maay 
as five bundled exariiinations. weekly, with 
the '* lit a) irunirier." Fur such rlamiuation 
my charge i* three doltsis. and ii enables nio 
to give e.<ch puiiei-t (be iiue oonduion of hia 
d se-*e, and tell him Irai.kly whether he will 
get well 

Ihe great rtason «ih\ physitianado Boteura 
ronsuroptioii :a, tha' ihty tiy lu do too much ; 
the« gi«e tiiedi in* s to stop Ihe tfotigli, to stop 
the flight »'• eats, beitic fi ver, and by so doing 
I hey ner-ti g« the wb'-lo digestive sjtti m, lock- 
ing up 'he Brcreti''UH, atid evciituslly tbe pa- 
ti<nt dies 

'Ihe Pulmonic Hyrup I* one ut ine mnsl valuable 
medlcliKS known. It l* nuirlrnt, powerully lonle 
ami healing In Itself, li containa D'> a|lu'", yst 
hiost-n* thu phb'iini In tie biiiitlnal lubes, snd na* 
line '.blows It oil with liitl* exsrilon; «ih« bettle 
•rei|oani|y curissn cidlnair lold ; but It will he 
well nisi to lake adose ot r'eheiuk'* Msmliaks Ptlg 
lo cleaniM ibe tniiiSib. The rnlmonio eyiup Is 
resdily db (Sied and ab-oibeil Into l.lutic, to » hish II 
imi'Sri* lis healing piopeiiles. Il Is oi.e ui the liOSt 
l<r>'i<aralbtn» ol liiiti lu use ; 1 I* a i < «erliil tunic of 
Itaolt: tnd wn< n the r eaitted Tioilo disaolves the 
noil u< in the stunianb, ard Is csriied o8 by ihe Md 
el tlio Mandrake I'iils.s bisiih> ll'i* u' asitilcjulce, 
g(M>d -ipieiiti. and, agoOd oigestnin lolluw. ^ 

'Ihe heaooiu Tunic Is s rtimjiant. aud BoneeWBr 
I* iei|Ulird «liea It Is ureii. It I* pure snd pleae> 
aut. tin b^d effuctslilievtibeiiuMlig Bvurbou whi»> 
ky which dl-itriiei* Ih* stnmaih, >. aior* ihe liver, 
luiks up sll ibe scere li.n* lurD» the blued Inio wa- 
ter.dr-jpsy *• t» In, and ihe pallont die. tuddealv. 

Honibuu wblBky is fxiDiBiundiMi nnw-a-days by 
simost eVerv phM<1cian. Mai'y patient* that visit 
n y r< onis, bulb male aed feni*le. aie aiut'fled wlih 
Ihi* poiaon. 'Iha relief I* utn porar.i. If tl»ey cough, 
tliey lake a Hills ablskv ; It Uiey leel west sod lew- 
bin, they takes little whisky: H they cai.iiol aieep. 
tke; lake a little whisky ; and tbev no on la thtk 
wa> leituirmu mure and more nniil ihsy are biaated 
up. snd inisgine tb'-y are |fn..|iK deshy. Ths sVun- 
seh, liver, and oluesilve puwirsare comp'i k Iv dea- 
truyid, and loss their sj letile lur toud. No one wsa 
ever cureil ef cun<>umpiion hy tills process, where 
cavllies have h. en lorn ed in the lung*. A little 
Slimoinn!. Is <ri qnentli Is neflelal to vonsnmptlvea. 
such a* pur - biatidy or go< d «lne*.in OD-By oasee 
LeedoD |ior er Ul bo»n»loutln modi'ste quaatW 
ti'ie; b. t . ouihnn whisky bssieos on, Insleed «f 
curing eonsnmi lion. 

Tbe beiiwied Ionic irndnci * lasting resnlts. thor- 
oughly iDvlaorat mi the •tioisch sdm dVesUvs ays- 
is'n. and ep^l'bhg I' lo el mlDste add msks IntB 
healthy blood tbe lood shlch msy ue tit»1 for tbM 
purposa It Is ao wonilerfbl Id Us elfecta ihai awiM 
yiDss lull vlll iilgest s kssr y msal, sad a Utile of A 
uken t>e'ore bieukisst will ^ive a tone tn the slOlB. 
acl. w' Ich few nieolclnes peeress he pnwet otdotag^ 
The MaNDKAKK Pll.lt- ns' betaken ellli entire 
aa ety by all ages snd amnkl n*. pio<:ootDg all diB 
gool reauli* that osD be olnaliiud from cali-Bel.lsr 
any m the meicnria o edict iisi., and without aayBf 
ihair hnrttui or ini'irluD* ie>iili». They carry oeief 
Ul* syalem ihetecnient *Dd •nm-ooi matters lao» 
sned snit disaultcd »vtni Cesweeil Tnnlc and foW 
nonicHyni:. It *tlllie4eea tbai all three ol my 
medicines are needed la Bieet eaaea lo enieOea 
ettirpU'Mi. 

AOINTI. 
fiCjVrt lit— Oeerge r. ii ood wi d A 0*. 
VKW TORK- rmas, Baniss A Uew 
»ALTIMUl<K-«. B. Hsnoe. 
PI7 >BBllRii-l>r, Ueutice H. Rsyaer. 
OmOIBMATI-r. B. Murrg A Co and JeftB HffV 
-4WK>» 0O Urd A Bwllfc, aad M. 
M. U)UI8««elUBS Ba 


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THE DAILY COURIER. 

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, Or 80.90 at the end of tbe year.1 

f^ Hlngle copies Three cents, .^g 

ktoneXhusk, 

P OPBHtf lai HMD POBLISHIBS 
OIHce, 21 CE^TR\L STREET. 

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One Inth nf space lo length ol ooluno. eeasUintes 


UlTY AUVKUriSEMKNTiS. 


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liht cents. Nd charge leas than 4 ly cenU 'or each 

»|r Transleit AlvirilsemenU payable lo ad- 
■an'oe; all others qutfktrlv. 

The t,<»W».Lt. W'KKLV JOUt'fAU *>»"»";•« 
apor In Mil He«ex "onntv. I« pei^llalK <1 oo riltUAl 
4.>.(NIVO at f 5 00 i.er yetr In «dv«i>o<«. 


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HA'LS OLOSa roB 

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'northern at 7 1-4 a. m. 

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Kf»hu*»T»a m.UandHJ p. in. 
O«^»eo4d, S. IL. at9s. m. U snd4|p. B. 
Kanchesler st » a. ro„ and 44 p. ni. 
iawre oe at »i a. m, aid 7i p- "»• 
. New Voik al » a. m.. and U i'- rt. 
Worreiler at 9| a ro., and 7* p. B. 
|i!iuitie<-a at * a m., and 6* p. nk 
Hal'^m It » a. m.. and 7* p. m. 
All to*ns hetweeo Orotoo Jooctlool ^^ ^ ^ 

tMnd.or.Vt., ,,,^^ ^^ oOOpillK ?■ U. 
LewelL Oct, 10 14*9 


CITY ri.AinN. 

In Committee on Account*, I 
January lllh,1865. { 

ORnRllin, That hereafter th* QuBrterly 
Salary Dllla, duly approved, be.oreaented 
in the Auditor on or before the Wth day of 
March. June, September, and December, and 
'.hat they be payable on th* first day of the 
aonto neat succeeding. 

ti. That all Pauper bill* be praBsntcd to thr 
Vuditur on or before the2Hih day of eaoh month. 
Jd. That al) other *)ill* be ir.ade u\, to in 
iludethelastdayof the month, -n J that, duly 
ippreved. they be presented to »hfc ^ 'liter on 
ir before thr '.bird d t r «f tbe following montn, 
uif^ 'IS t>ayable on the tenti 

All bill » prose ntfl for payment most spreif) 
»hat tie article or .rticle* were for — and, hen 
•or labor, where il vaa performed— with propei 
iates . . . 

Item* charged to dlffertuit Appropriation 
hould he made out on tepanUt Dills. 

All BlllBni>tpresenteo»ii«r«ppro'r#'tasabov« 
vill He nvf"intil the next m'^ntb. . ^ 

CYI'US H. LATHAM, 
. HKNuVH. wiLniilt, 
PK^T WALKKU 
JOHN Pb^Alt!<ON, 
JAMEh KtNT 
T?* I'he \iidltor a . Olfiee is in City OoTem 
ment Building. Office hour* from b to 12 a. m 
iud from i to A n'cVicV, i). m. 

GEO. OAliDNER. Auditor. 

OitiofLrtWell. Jan 11. 1865. ianlltf 


Conamittte. 


LIFE AND FIKE 

IXSUKANCE A.JENCY. 

MaaBachuHettH MntanI Lite IdBs Co* 

SfUINOPIBLII, MASh. 

Home luauranca fooipanr* 
Naw YoHK City. , 

CAPITAL $3,000,000. 

Ilaiopdea Fir« Innunuicu Co., 

SPHiNnpieLii M.1B3 

City Fire InMuram-u C'umpany, 
N«w IUVp.ji,-CJt 

lloroe rnaiirance Company, 

New Havkn, f'T. 
Albany City Fire Int. Co., 
Alhany, N. Y 
PrcBcott Fjre .Harine Insurance Co., 

w-r- 

BOSTI^M, Ma«s 

Dorchenter Fire Inanrance ' »•' 

Oorchwler Matoai Fire luaarance iTo. 

Quinccy Matual Fire InHiirance Co. 

Offk-e, 81 CcBtrnl Wreet. 

JKRRMIAH 8. F0L8OM. AoBirr. 
Lowell. Pet. 12. 1H64. febl2— Iv 


nisr*BNi i»*ya et tfce eevernl IIBBwe. 
. I I'l.KTON BANK— Mondav* and Thuradays. 
• irtWKLL BA^K— MondavsandThnradaya. 

MK1l<;ilA<TS DANK— Monday* and Thnrsdaye 
I'lsKH JOIT BANR— Mondayaand Thursdays. 
KAII<KOAD BANK— Tuesdays and Fridays 
y • ■•t."*|T nANK— Tuesdays «n;1 Ifrlcjav* 
riRBf NATIONAL BANK-TuBsdavs and Friday*. 

pny wars ea me i;eri>erBtl*BS. 
weea aner last t*atnrday in each month-A.yieWD 
B scheiy. lUchlne Sh#p. Bullblk. Uwell and Tte 

'Weox alter flrst Batnrday—Bootl. 
Week alter last Ssutrday but one— narnllton. 
Week sfler the third Saturday - Massachusetu 
»i1 IT'liCOtU -. _, w 

bttuttiay befDre the 16th— Merrimack. 
•cconiJ Waturdav lo oarh monl^-LawreDce. 
vir^i Frldav aftor fourth Raturdav of each montn- 

Tlrsl week In each montb— Kollln Wh«^ 
Cofnpanr. Wlllcy blreet 


Arms 


Emporium of Fashion 


roR 


Zi/LDIES AND OHILDREN, 


AT— 


^Mrs. I. J. taoXFOBD'S, 

N*. »T Central street, t«ow ell, 

IllfRE may be found every variety and late 


>V imparlatlon of 

Dresa and Cloak Trimming*. KmhroMerlea, 
Kd^l-ma. Cord*. Uibbo.rt, Xels^ l»._;«d«. 


lair 


I. ares, 
and 
OrnamenU. Olovee M.id Hosiery, 
lldkfa, I'orte Monte*, Comb*, 
Md In fvt every deacriptlo.. of Fancy article* that 
*o.iiesuu.lcr thi. heading, too numerous to men 

****«i^\Ve also pay nartleular attenUon to our 
WcmHTBO depirl.oent. which Is new and litnp-. 
rnde%"r^ color and shade nlwava on hand. We 
m,nuf»^are all kinds of Worsted |»»rmei.ls. a.ieh 
M Br'^f*.t t^l.'iwls. Soilings, Twlllghls, Kigolcts, 
Uuuda, cle., lo the lutesl stvlcs. 

WOOLBN ANU CO ITOS YARNS 
In a'l colors. 

Casaocks, Cloaks aud Dresses cut and made In 
theUtosl stylo at short notleo hy an exnerienoed 
l„d &"mlde Dre.,m.-»k«r. I'uttern. ^r sale. 

Lowell, Oct. 9. IW.^. 


octftdlf 




J J Hill 

A. BrRICHAKDSON & CO. 

•mMT6uLT> reep<-ctfBlly call the attention of the 
▼ ▼ public to lliuir uxUDslvo aud carefully ss- 
leeud stock uf 

' OvnU', Youths' •nd BoyB' 

CLOrHING 


ABD 


rVRWISHZMO 00008 

Our stock embrace, all the .''""'''•,'{'"''»• »?,!'« 
found 111 the market, and In style of CUT and I)U- 
JIAinMTY Is equal to Ihe very b«|at. 

!J|r I'artJcular stlouUon Is called lo our .lock of 

'OVORCOA.TS, 

which Is ESTIHKIsY NKW and manufactured for 
thia Kail and Winter trade. 
Our stork of ITNDKR flOOPS also Is full,.and 
•mhraess a large variety of dealr ble fcooda. 
We shall alao keep a largo stock of 

IIUiK 4iM>VeH vM» Ml ITS, 

'(BSludlni all grade, from a cheap article to the 
including •^,c,t manufactured. 

... We ahall o.mtlnuu lo^a.a upon th« principle 
of 'tJt'ICK HAI-Ktl AND 8M.VM, I'UOKI I ••<, 
and bv carcjful attention to the wftliU of our eiis 
"tneri bopc to accurc a fkirabttro of public putrou 
age. 

A. B. BtCIIARnsOW, 

," Sept. llih. 1844. 


T, COSTSLLO & CO, 

or. ALE as IN 

riTRV.\CKS. KTOVKi*. KITCIIKN- FfTTlM- 

Ti'HK, i.K.vn, t;iii*rKR. .\ni) o at.van- 

IZKI) IllOX I'IPE.S, CfllTKIl M'MfS, 

IIIOX SI.VKP, KN.^MK^KD AND 

STAMl'KD WAKE, etc., etc. 

Furnace Work. Fump Work, 

J^V /iOO/TVf?, nnd all kinds of Jobbing and 

Uepniring done to order. 

A(;t:.<«Ts roK 

J. A. LAWsjON'S 

Celobrattd 

RrrfrlibTe Flue ll'l UrFnrnacp, 

For An'hrsciti and-BJtumlnous Coal, 

Five sires. S!iit:iblc for bcall'g Dwelling lIouMS, 
bchools, Churchc% und I'uhlic BulWlnfWr 

One single examination of Ihi* VurnlM* will 
once eonviiire any person that great ecoiiuiiiy 
Kiiel is ojTiired hy Its p«M-ullar construrtlon and tii 
auiM rier manner in .which II is maile and mouiit4*d. 

We rhiii" li» 'uprriiirilu over all other Kiirua.i-s 
now In use, and for proof of our aasertloii., offer 
the following ruiieoiis: , _.j.^ 

1*1. Ill the eonstruetlrfu of thlsFurnace,'ftn|»Wn. 
or exoense h:is liei-ii spared lo iiuike II as near per 
fct B» the skill aud Judgmiiil ..f the hist ineeh.in- 
lea webl^k illctale; ond prinejpl«s of lt« emisiruc- 
tlontir*- iuih.lJiat In llie hinds of tb.niost un 
skilled In such maltera II will show Its »w/<ern>r//.(/ 
over all olh. r Kiiriiaees, on •.•count of lU great ra 
dialing power and ei-oiiomv of Yiiel. 

2iid. That oil ;ieeouiit of the superior msnm-r In 
whh-h Ihls Kiiriiai-e Is-in.idi- ami iiiuuiited. It I* en- 
tirely frei- from the lenkng.' of r;ri». 

!trd. The great amount of radlatlagsurfi.ee which 
till" Kiiroaei- has, wherehy the air t« Ixi heated Is 
no, brought III contact with any overheated siirfa 
cea to vitiate or d.-stroy tlw vitality <.f thenunos 
phnre, which w.i are coinpellvd too uftuii to breathe 
fHiin overheated Kuroaees. "^ 

41b. The e.iiupl.-le eiiiilrol whlrh we havo of Ihe 
Furnace KS reg.'.rdi' Ita eomhuHtlon. a1l..wlni.' usto 
dispense with all cheek drafu, ventlli.tiws. pipe 
dampers, oi any aueb contrivance for the purpose 
of r.Mitivlllneor li.ildiii;! the fire inehiek. In ihW 
Funiaee hy uae of Ihe drall .1 iniper only, we have 
Hi all time, is'rfecl eoiitrol <if tbe lir.- (whlehcan 
eot ls»»>nld of any .UjlMrt Kurnace now made, with 
out the aid of some one of the ahove ineiilloiiud 
contrivances,) on that any person ran lake ehartfir 
of this Piirnace without tiie lUblllly of tilling IUl- 
house with gas. 

fttli. The grate In lla nrraneement la ao nicely 
balanced, that »rhlld can up.rHt» It with ease; it 
Is the most perfect and convenient gr lie ever put 
In a Kiiriiace, and ao e»mstriirteil that It call be inlf 
turned, and the eindera and slag that ai'eiiinulaU' 
can III remove d and the griiHi brought hack to II. 
prope' position. 

flth. Ihe Joints of th.- Furnace are In such posl 
tloii that the parking Is mil hrouiiht In coiita -t with 
any red hot surfaces, cons, queiilly II Is not iieces 
aary to have it t.ikeii down every year or twoan.l 
re pack.-d. on arcouotof the cement being di-stroy 
e.lby Ikeautiouorthedre. This Furnace, ou »c_ 
emiiil of tb" peoali.ir con.t ruction of the loiiits and 
natige*. wlil n.ver need to b« rspalred, boiiig in 
(aciaelfpaeklng. . . ., - 

We liavu setup several rif these Fiirmicca for 
•ome of our moat prominent clllccns, and they 
nave given ciiUrc •allsfwtioii. 

AOC>rTa ruB THE 

CntJBADKR 

AlR-TlGIir COOKIXa STOVE, 

The best Btove In the winrket— every one giving 
perfect a.-itl.fnction. 
Eronomlcnl In the consumption of fuel, and rap 
Id In operation; conveniently arrung.d for burning 
either Wood or Coal; larg.- and well veii'llaied 
tlVLu; doors line J With retluclora, and all parts 
thoroughly titled. The pl.ites of this stove are so 
coustrueted Hii.l cquall/e.l th it exnansloii and (^oii_ 
triiitlon of th.'Iron will not eraeli lliem ; and all 
the parts an- sirengthened that come In lOimediate 
coiitiict with the lire. In fact, no l.ibor or expense 
hua been spared In making the Crosa.ler the lerg 
be«t Coil.iiiif .S'of'' ill Ihr iimrirt. and om- thai has 
no rnunl. 'i'hi* Htove has tnken Ihe lirat prrmiiim 
atilHiNew York bUt»! Fair for tbo lj»sllhr«i con- 
aecuti\e yeural 

Tropic Parlor Stove, 

A aplcndid I'arlor Htove, combining Bcaitty.rse 
fulness and Keoiiomy. .\ large and coiivenl. nt 
oven ta phieed on the top, which optTRte. ndinirn 
bIy : the arrang.mcnt for burning coal Is very sim- 
ple and e..inplele. Kire may be kept the entire 
Moson without Uppliiglhe jfriile. The urn I. lined 
with porcelain, and all it* np|>oliilnieiit« arc of the 
most ii-rf.-et onler. This Sine Is very much nd 
mired for lliu heaullful and cUoslO inawucr lu which 
it I* ornamented. 

Air-Tight Stoves 

Of beautlfiil pntlernannd elegant dcalgns for sale 
at rc.aiMnahle price*. | 


CITY OP 1.0WBLI*. 

Ai'niTOii's Orricr, Dee. 13. IWj. 

4 I,T, p-rson* having hills agal >«t Ihe City nre 

' r.-iine»t.-d to prcent Uiein at this ofnee, duly 

approved, on or Im fore Salurdiiv, *h<' -Id lii-tint, 

otherwise they will lie over uotU the luthof Feb 

ruarv. \WS. . 

Per order of the Dommlttee-on .Arcounla. 

<iKOU«E tiAKDNKIt, Auditor. 
Lowell, I> »e.l3,18 tte. dscl3di.aa^ 

The Old Lonre'l atlonal Bank. 

'■'HE annnal mcetlnifof the Ptonkholders oft he 
' Old l.<iwell .National Bank, filr ilu- cleetlonof 
4)ireelur«, will >>« btdd at lu liuukiiig ruiiltu oil 
TIKSUAY, .Luiiiary 10. 1S«». at M 1 2 o'.-lo.-k, 
A H. CIIA8. M. WILLIAMS, Cashier. 

Lowell, Mao.., Dec. U, IW.. dccUdl w 

The Wameslt, Natlonftl Bank of 

Ii'oweil. 


IIE Ftockholdera «f Ihi. Institution 

uinual 



rill meet 
nnd MH.v 
, ill th.-ir 
Ilh day of 
III th>- afternoon. 
Ul'lTUlCK, i-a*1.ler. 
deCltitjuiilO 


iiKiirtluii uf their luinual 
that \Sm\ eotne lufore tlni 
I)*, en TUK.SDAY, the 11 


TIIEPt 
for the traiisii 
other liU"i'ie«H 
Hank log Kooiu*.. 
January m^tk "1 - o'd'' 

^ J. a. 

.^embe/ltJ, 18CS. 

rMT'^a A L BRTOTTAM, 

E.VCIIKII of Penolllng' T',1 ick Oavon (Meads 
nnd .\ni'nal*), rio.1.1 I'alntiiig, Wax Fiovvcr. 
and W.i« .^uUllun Leaves. 
decHdainll No. 21 Kir k Btrcot. 

~~ FOR SAT^K, 

A very de.lraUlo residence on Mhldlraex 
atrcel, l-owi'll, near the L'if..yeile llous--. 
consisting of a two ory frame house 87 
by .ii l.-el. with L I by A> feet, eonlaio 
in* 12 we'll lluished rooms ; an i^geciiunt cellar, a 
well of pure »<>fl wat.'r; a wciod aliod aluiclied to 
the I., a Kood liarn 'Jl hy W ft ■ t. .\tla. lird to Ih.- 
front ol the barn I* b g<.o<l shed li by leel. 1 be 
lot conlaiiis uImiiI U 4 of an ucie of exei-lli-iit land 
well Slueked with large hearing fruii. tree*, ifrap- 
vine, curranu, etc. The bouse is cOnVLiihiitly «r 
ranged, rooms largo, and I. very pleasantly sllu »- 
'tjd. Trice S:!,!^'. For fiirtli r | ariiuulars lu 
Quirc of the auh.crlbcr, on the premise.. , 

^ ^ C. 1». ilE.VD. 

Lowell, "Nov. 2Jth, \Wt. noy^iidiinn 



A\ 


TO A SAl^R, 

HOn.«E3. CAKUI.\<:K-< and IIAUXE-SSlid. 
g* liotMl Ttrivlug llorae. ; 

V 4g->o<l liooliy lla<:k.; 

ft good llllggyi'. , . n 

Alan, a large lot of .ccoudhand Slel ha. liar 


B USINESS CARDS 


J. O. JJBP80n» . 

llBALBB IN. 

C OICB FAniKY GROCERIES 

— AJtP — 

WEST THDIA GOODS. 

The best kinds nf 
FLOTTR. BinrrER, TEA, mo AH, BriCEH, 

' COt->TIlV I'UODLt K, 

and all other goo'l. usually k.pl In a first class 

<lro<'ery «(t<>rs ulway* un band. 

no. 1414 Clirtl'ltAL UTAtKKT, 

.cptWdtf c or. Charles. 


RAILROADS 


J. C. KIMHAI.I^, 

ATTOESEV AND COUXtfEI.LOIt AT LAW, 

Oflic«— S and Barristers* Uall, 

Comer of Central and .Merrimack St».,-opposltc 
the I«o.t Oflice , L«>W El.L,y A.Sri. 

^ PfcNSlON^, At«.. KKCURED, 
'mart By my Clerk, J, W. Br EJ>. dly 

SAM'Ii D.^'BILLINUrSi 

WHOI.RSAIB AWD RETAIL DBALIJU U« 

FORt'nK AVI) •^OMK«<Ti(' Pll' IT. PRE- 

SEIlVE-t. PlCKLt'8. CONDI MKNT6, 

CONrECTIO.Si'RY. CiOARS, TO- 

BA'.'OO, »c.. *c. 

No. 109 Central Mtreet, 

decl3 LOWULL. MASS. dly 


iS^ 


B. HOWARD, 

OBALEa IS 

FLOTTT.. COIU LI MR ANP CRMKHT-Celcloed 
and flrouDd PLASTKit— Brl. rita. Laihs. Hair snd 
««and AIM Mahi.sil.iv. Che. -r. Black Walnut. White 
W.Mjd. Ma|.le and A»ii LU M llKll. Wood. Cbareosl, 
Aiithr»cite and BItumlnou* COAL. ^ 

Wharf Wctera AveBae. 

Order* ibrongh Ike Post Offlco 4>roaipny atttnd 

*^l!i^wcll, Ociolicr 2t;^8<iX . ofta'^dl y 

<« Iiowail Steam and Qas Fip® 

Works," 

U. ft. OARKCK, Proprietor, 

naabaa iw 
vniOUUrtT IKON riPK. '»TKAM AND OAS FIT- 

TINOS 
md fIXTOV.RR of every deiMJrlptloo. 

/t^y Enilding* heated by blcsui or lighted by Oas 
m ri«aonable tenns. 

Wo.itS , ...Mid<lle*exHtrC0t, 

.*i..r« t....No.8neDlral " 

oepUl dt M, U> *t\\. 

^ C. B. COBUBN Ba CO.. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ' 
emkvtM IB 
SPKHM. WH^LE. LAUD ANI> LmSKTO OILB 

rofATO. WHEAT ANU CORN BTAUCH 
Pactorv I>>athor, Brushes, HoMer CI th. Canl*. Pick- 
era, and all kinds ?• Uanulaclutepa" Bapplles. 
PAINTB, OLASP. VAKNISIIKfl, Ac.. Ac., 
4 fc 3 .tiechanlcs' Balldln|, OntteB M. 
LOWiSLL. 
B. coitTBB, •• «• eo»«*- 

lanld 


dtf 


MA CK 


nesses, als. 
Lowell, Oct. e, ISOS. 


kOUfeK Jtt UA.iK. 
oclSdtf n 


MARKED DOWN 

PLIIOS, TUIBETS, 
PftlXTS, ALP.4CAS, 
ALL HOOL rUPLlASy 
DtLilNES, BAinORALS, 

AND MANY 

OTHKR GOODS 
HAVB BKEN MARKBD DOWN 

'ot.' '- —AT— ~-^ 

J. s. brow:n^'S, 


casHiru q 

nSAI.EBS 

BTOTBB, BOLLOW WARR 4c.,, *«, 
Oasemeal Btonr of «d Doieeraallsl Church Market si 


C. p. TALBOT If CO., 

MAsrcrACTcaacs ot 

DTI WOODR AMD nn«»fIOAl«. 

City Mmrk^t llenae, Lowell. 

0. P. TAtBOi. laudlT Titos. Talbot 

MORRILL q SON, 

Priiitin«r Ink* 

fOU CAUD, BOOK AND W«WBFAPtil W01K. 
AMO, avaat rAjararr pr 
^ANCT INKB. OOUi HIZB. BUONZB. VAUM8H, Ac: 
!«•. 1 1-ft Water Blreet. 

^AUl'BL MoBBILL, 


BOSTON. LOWELL AND NASUVA, 

HTOiNY BROOK, LAWRENCE A 

MALI::.-)! UAII.KOAIJH. 

MONDAY. 1)E«;. 4, IWS— TaAias tSiAva LeWBU. 
i.'OK Boaton 7 HO. OT.SU. ».30 A.M, "H-IS, I.14.'».S0 
" Ofl sfJt P. M. . „ 

ror Nashua awl Upner natlroada. 1 00. S.4< A- M., 

l.fX) 3.3) an I 6.0 J I*. M. 
For Wliton.S.i-O A. M., 1.00 and « 01 P. >l. 
ror Oroton Jun.rtlun 7.00. 11.1.1 A »L. *.tli P. M. 
for Lawrence <nM>. lOOO A. M.. 9.45 ana H.\i P. M. 
for Halem 7 '.I A.M..:; «) P. M 

e i)r on arrival ol train (rom Nsshtfa. 

Tbe tn In* 'or Stony Brook. Iloadater Na*hna snd 
aU u^per Koa * leave Mlddl«ssex«ireet Depot only. 

TsAiKa LiAvr. ros (x>wbll 
Fro.n Boston 7 00, T8 OU 10.no A. M.. IS M.. 8.80, f 00 

and 1.00 P.M. ' "* ■;.''^^„ „ 

Prom Va«h..s 7 00. 9.(»n, II 4.1 A. M., 1.00. t«00P. M 
From Wi|t..n 8 M, I Lt A. M., 3.*) P. M. 
From Oroton Junction 8.(X) A. M ,18 45 aoo Ail PJI 
From Lawrence 8 30 A. M. 12.4S 4. J. .i.o 6 JJ P. M. 
From iUUiB U.40 A . M., iOo f. M. 

f Nuriheru l-ep^t . „ . 

JtlHN K WIN9L0W, Bur'U Heston. 
F. II. Nor!CHi:,Lockl fiiip'tL is'.uce. 
BsUm and Btony Urojk Boad^ LowelL 

Nov. ;.gi. l»--5. Bovailtf 

IfORTIfBRN RAILROAD. - 

WINTER AP.KANGE MEN T. 


ON and after MONDAY. Feb 27tb, 1W!5, 
Paasenger Trains will run as followa: 
UPWARD TRAI^R. . 

Mall Train '.eaves Concord at i J 45 a. nt.* 
for White Hirer Junction, ron..pctiT,g with 
train* for Wells River. St. Jol.vsbury. Har- 
lon. Newport, WilloiiaUby a'-J MsgfR Lnkea. 
PtAna'ead. Bath. L'ttle'on. L»! caster. Also, 
with Uains for Montpeiier, Durangtnn, St. Al- 
bans H.Mise s lluint, Mgntretl, Ogdensbiirgh 
and tb« We«t. 

Bristol Tram leaves Concord at 3.30 p.m., 
for Fr.inkl.n and rjrl..tnl. 

Eveninu ExprcwTraiB loavps Concord 
at H.Li p. on.a f.ir White Rlv t Jtinmion, con- 
nectins with train f'r Mnntpelor. Ra-llng. 
t n, St. Albms. Kome'f Point, Montreal, Og- 
dendburg. atid the West. 

• Or on arrira of trains from Boaton, Wor- 
cester. Por»«m'»«lh, Portland, t-e. 

DO<VNWAUD TRAINS. 

t Bristol Tritin leaves Rri<>tol for Concord 
at 8 a. m ,' sT'd Kraiiklin at 9.'2 a m. 

t Mail 'irain leaves Wbitelliver JuneHoc 
for Concord at 12,1.5 p. in , or on arriyal of 
train.^ over t'le Vermont Central, Passt-upaic, 
and Wl.ite Monn ains Rvilroads. 

Day fciprcs Train leave* White River 
Juticiion at 4.'S p.m., «<r on arrival of trains 
from Montreal and Ogdenah .T(?h, Brattlelwr- 
ough. Iveene. lic-llow.' Fall*. \Vjndsor, Ac, 
coni ecliig at Conroril wi'h train for Manrhis- 
ur, Nash ta, Lowell an' Bostiii. 

tThe«e tr .1 a cnnuctt at Conenrd with trains 
for Mar.ches'cr, l,*«wr.-r\ce, Porfnioulb, Port 
land. Nashua, Worocner, New Vork, l»well, 
and Bostoi,. 

ONSi.OW «T1!ARN8. Agent. 

Concord. N. U.. teb. 27. 1806 ft-b27 itf 


!Wr«. B. T. Tno.npson's* 

Vrtmch HilliMry EmpwriHH, 

Vo. 91 MBBRIMAOK STBUXT, 

a splendldgp 


BROOKS ft DAVIS' 


in 


W 


Having Just received 
lawftuK-iit uf rich 

Itlilliiif'ry CioodM 

of the !sto»l Knll and Winter Imp'irtatlons, bought 
at greatly reduced prices, comprlalug some now 

mill bei.utiful design* In 

Velvets, Silks, Satins, andS traw 
Bonnets 

or the latest French novelty aud style. Also, La- 
dles' and Misse* 

Velvet' and Felt Hat^, 

that have only to be seen to lio ndmired by the lov- 
ers of the beautiful. 

MOUll^ > NO BOXH N£T8 

Always on hand of Die newest patterns nnd (tyle. 
•,• Htraw and Felt fl:»i* and Bonnets done over 
In Ills beat i>ossible nmniier. 

Having engaged om- of thrbeet ITouaes In-ltos 
t.>ii to do iiij- .'''IrHW and K.-lt Bonnet* an<l Hals, I 
feel eonddeiit th»l lliey are done su[H'rlnr lo any 
other store In Lowell. oelUbd m 


QUADHIUUe BAND 

« I Art b'-en r« organized Cor the seasan pf JVM, 

I I aii'l Is pr>-|>sr'-.I to furnish llie Iat.-«t and moat 
f«ehlon:<hle klnaie t»t IMU. Aseemblles.' fantse, 
kc. The r.anl roiialsls uf the tulloWlDy w4U- 
'^Bown MuslHaoe;— '»' •' 

W. Al.ON/O OWlCN,rtre»VloUB; • ■• n'i.4, 

OLl.VKlt T. D.WI-i, 2d Violin, and ProiBplBr J 
E. U. CAKLTON, Base: 

K, tsMITU, Clarinet: 

ir. T>. fjROfirs, oitiiBt. 

Apply to K. Carlo*i)n, at 77-Merrlnn»ck BtreeWa* 
Pniflh i flrooks* I'.oom. Wenlworth's Block, .(Are*. 
floor In tbe rear.) or t« aoy nsMnbcr of the Kapd. 

Lowell Sept. -28, 1S6S aeDt-JtUtf 

w-..-- >■ I « '■ is 1 ' ■ " 


A O £ N G Y 

rou Tilt: 

Utercational Fxthange Co. 

stof<:kk& CO., 

50 and 52 I'lNE f^TREBT, 

KBW rtJIlK. 

fVII Draft* In a.'.ountato* parchnsers oa 

Enirland, Ireland, HuulUnd, ore, and all iinrls 

of (ieroiHIiV. J. N. I'fciUCK, Jk., Atenl. 

Office at Lowell, Mass. decttdtf 


LATKM SE!VS.\TI0>\. 

PENNEV'8 T* kW EXTKACT 

or THE 

EGYPTIAN LOTUS, 

FOR THi!! HAWDKBRCHIEP. 

•ai AXrFACTT-UKn from the "^Tynphfe Lo 
IvI tu*,"' or what Is CiiMcl.by the Kgyptlans 
" Krhnin," " Sestiin." It grows In the Nile and ad- 
jacent rivulets, and has a lanrc white flower, siml - 
lar in apiiearaii-e to our .N'yinplia) Odoratu, or 
i'ond Ulv. TlMt-Suot-is eaten by people who live 
near the l.nke Meiizaleh. Tbe rivuMs near Daiiil- 
cltn aliound with this flower, wW(-li rises two feet 
aliove the water. Il was the roseaf .fm-lenl K'/ypt, 
the favorite (lower of the country, and U often seen 
made Into wreaths snd garland* placed on the fore 
beads if femaleit. or held in their hand* and inhn- 
I ii-d li>r Its frairraiice. Il pinys n dislinguislie.l part 
' In the mytli..l<Hry of llie Hindoos iiii/l t.'hinese.— 
I Aiiionif till- Cliines.' it Hymlioli/,.'d fi-male bi-aiily, 
! Ihe small fe«-t of their women being called "Klo- 
lten."or •' Golden Llli.s.' 
Price #1. Maoiifactiir.'d hv the I'roprletor, 

V. A. rK.NNKY, Brooklyn, N..y. 
Oi:0. f. OttoIiWIN' & (11., -iS II mover street, 
Bosio'i. Whohmalo Agents for Mew Kiigland. 
iiuv',£! 


Osston. 

ItaOL IL HOBBIU. 

f feliMt 

WILLIAU B. LIVINGSTON, 

OaALBR IW - 

COAL, WOOD, LIME, CEMENT 

TLASTMB. BBTCK8, HA T, OSAiy, 

fLO.UH, de. 

. No. 9 Tbokndikk Strcxt 
noT« LOWKLL MAb«. <<•' 


414 IVIrrrimacli ^trcei* 

novU 


•3.-n 


Cloaks ! Cloaks ! ! 


A PRIMK ASSOUTMEXT 


rxMB* «iri.rn». 
scptUdif 


r 


Bestaiirtint Purlmcn, 


OUR W021SI 

It would be siiperniionsto any anything 
In r.gnrd to lite quality of our work, as it Is 
a well eslal>!l»bed fact that we do tbe Ih-sI 
work of any abop In the city. T. Costf.i. 
l,o and L. .1. WAl.l.lw«iro«l> have forycnra main 
Ulned leading position* In the trade and their 
work hn* always l''^""'' '|;'''V.|.;i\''."''|'|^"JV,> 

110 Central, opposite Juckaon street, 
oct.1d3m*" Lowell. 


4; 


novU 


J. S. BltOW.^'S, 

64 Merrimack Street. 

•8m 


"'iSft 


vantages of n 
1 Cook 


TT- 


«0. 4 WINTER PLACK, 

nOHTON. 

The flrat claas F'^E^C" .^?ST,VS 
KANT, under llie.mnnagement iif MtiNS. 
F. A. 11 LANCbaa become one of llio most 
popular resort* of the day. 
Peraoii* who desire to eii,l«.y the adyantag 
PAJUaiAN Cake, and Iho luxrlesomiK.scii 
L.irwlll n.id no ulKce this side of Pari* thai can so 
rea.Illy fnmlsli these a.lvimUgel. 
. BreakrHat from 8 to li M. . .. ., 

■ nreak fast al «'<».<< dV(..rc at 11 A.M.,7icenU 
(. Dinner fruml to4 I'. M..7ftceiiU. . , . , 

Breakfast, Dinner atid Bupper.. /.i corfc frota 8 
'A M-llll 11 I*. M., at mo.lerale nrlrea. 

uu^fgt who wish 'to have dinner* or supper* 
•erved In the French fashion and beat *tyle, may 
Ahem al the shortest notice. 

M Bl VNC ha* tbe honor to notify hi* niimer 
ana natron*, that \\i' ba* .lust received from France 
Sifflarriit kinds of the best Wines, Imported nefe by 
hlnuMlf I'erson* de.lring lo try them may come 
lo hf* Hestauraiit, au-l. «• b" I-"!'""? ,P'' ^'S^;; '" 



••tit Irt^^t, sent to anf dIsUnoe In 
•wintry. 

> DIaner at UMt tPhot* at •, $l.a». 
B»»yU . 


the , - 
maylUt/ 


Cloak Goods. 

A LARGE STOCK 

Kow ora:* 

And for sale at Is&W PBICBS. 

'r> 

AT 

J. 8. BROWN'S, 


S. KiCtlARDSON'S 

'IVSTCR AND RErilEBHME.nT SALOON, 

16 Bad IS MerrlMBck Street, 

^we doors below Central street LOWELL., 

KKAL9 AT ALL HOUUH OF THE DAT. 
is^ Corned r*ef. Ham, Chlcken^ tics. Cake 
f roll and Cofcfeciionery, Older Mineral an.l Soda Wa 
ter. ^ 
CLAM CHOWDTO overy «atord»y. 
SiT' Partloa aooatr«io*t«d oo roasoesbU terras. 
famiief iojipllod with Oysters by tbe quart or gallon. 
Lowell inlT6,1857 

IIABH^KI^ IB. WOOD, 

C0MMIS10N ^lERCHANT, 

AWn WHOT.BSAI.B PBAtKR IN 

ri.OUR ORAIN. FKKD ANI> OCANO. 
IS MARKET ST.. Ob»B«I«« Market He«a«.) 


CO.\(:UUU Anut I.AKEinONT K. K. 
COHTOOCOOK niVCR RAILr.OAD. 

CAn? over these Roads run in connection 
with Csr* over the Conoard, Nashua ant^ 
Worcester. Ns»hiis anl L'.vrcll, Bofcton and 
Lowell. Moncbevter and Lawrence, Concori* 
and Pol tsmuuih. Boston and Uainc, and JK 
icx Uai'i.ials. a« follows: * 

Leave BrsflfurH and flillsboro' Bridge, for 
Concord. xc..|ll 00 a. k. 

I^eave Concord fur Bradford and Hitleboro' 
Bri'ige, 3.M V. M. 

*•/*/« t'onnertfcfie.— Bradford for Newbn'v, 
!?umi)«e, Ne»p irt, Clarcmont, 6uttcD, New 
Ixin^lon, *c.. dtily. 

Hil'isboro" Jlridge for Antrim. Bennington, 
and Ksst Washington, dailr • for Kcenc, vis 
Ai.trlm. North fJrsnch. Stoddard, MunsonvUle 
and Suliivsn Tiie*aa\e Thursdavs ami Satur- 
days; for Chrcm-.ni, vit Wathingtoii. Lerap- 
ster and Unlrv, Mond.iv«,Wfflne»days and Fri- 
days, returning opposite dnys. — 
ONSLOW SIRAUNS. Agent. 

Concord. IV. II.. l)tc II. 1W«. decUdtf 


MAXii on rxsMAiixy, 

1 K yon h»v«.li.'cn impiii ni:xT nii'l are now reap-' 
I liig the bllti r frnli* of lliul iiiipru.leife, nnd 
wish to cure yoiiri'ilf In ironi oiw to two ilay« witli 
out being du'pe.l by l^iiaeks or fe:ir of exposure, 
»e;id#l and a postage stamp, with your address. 
lo L, I'AiiKrR.-Loek Hox t-s, Bbldeford, Maine.srvl 
you will reeelve by ritorii mail. elo*i-!y s. alej In 
an envelope. Ihe new Knrsrii IlKMrnY. Till* Is 
no liiiniliiig.but tlu- r.-cijii- of an eminent rreimli 
Pbyslrlaii. Ills pni-i'!y vei;«-laM>-, and le.ives the 
system In on Improved and healthy condition.— 
Try it. dtclJ-Jm 

'^Z>W£Br C. ZiESZIEy 
nKRlH IMTAtlOHy 

A nr.Ai.ru i<« 

Clctbs and Furnishing Good 

Km. 4 Mrrrloiirk lleu-e, 

(orroairr tAt>n a!«d ^wiiit!«r.Y MorrrMi^JiT), 

Merrlm.iek:jtruel, LOWELL, IfAMS. 


oil Jo 


dotu 


O' 



♦VOUOKSTKUA KANJIL'A R. ROAD. 

WINTRK ARIIANOK-MKNT. 

,N anil sflcr December l«t, 1864, Passentcer 
Triins will run as follows: 
Uave Wotc«*ter . at 6.3) *jid 11.15 A.M., 4.20 

V. M 

«• Nashua at 7.1l> A. u., 12 Ji.,and « no r. u. 
•• Oroton Juuctiou u iiOO a.m.. 13.45 and 

All trains connect at Oroton Junction with 
fitorw Brook II. II. Ir»in*. Clo«e connections 
are nl.omirte at Worcrst'r wiih tri\ins for 
Pr'vidcnre. Norwirh New York, Springfield, 
Al'>»"v, and the West, 

Through tickets f >r New York bv So'ind or 
L»"d Routes, cvn be had at 'he Tiaket Offi.e 
in l/owdl. where, sI'o.S'ateRo.ms and Berths 
caa he secured bv the Ste»niers " City of Bos- 
ton" snd '-City of .New York." 

Kor further particulars s* ti connec'i ins with 
other BoaJs, see Snow's Fnthflndsr Guile. 
O. W. BKNXLKY. Supt. 

Wcrtwrter. N«». 3». W«4, novSiidtf 


NE<V ESTABiibUJlEM* 

IN Dt-'SI NKSS AGAIN. 

f JIHOM.VK K. UOsJP, well knpwn to the citizens 
B of Lowi'll and vliinltj- a* .•> If'iir- l>riiii'er,vrhn 
(ornierly oeeui>led store So. 'U Cutilral hlreet, but 
(or the p.-»st y.'.ir unabl.k to .itlVnd to busln.-ss, be- 
ing iiov rest»re.| to bis tonner good buslth, has 
Cumwvuccd burineos ng.iln ul 
— ^- Xo. 12 rKNTK.\L PTRKKT, 


(Dr. Hnyc' old stand.) whore bo will b£ bninyr to 
rae.-ive hII bis o!>l nnd as luuiiy new custonierl as 
inav favor him with a cull. 

lluviiig titled up my shop In the best posulble 
maiiiMT, everything III w and cl-niit, also lltie.l up a 
private r.Hitn for Liulics ,iiid (^hildrea. Ladles ur 
(ientlein.-li wl.lilni{ tb.'lr bair- colored, and not 
wanting to be exposed to public vtiw, can have It 
done nt lioss'. 

X. H.— Vou can always And for sole at HOPS' a 
good suppiv of Kazors, Uazor Ktrop*, hhiiving 
Brushes, llalr Brii'.lK'M, 'rooih llrnsbi s, Null 
' Brushes. <'omh*. rerfiimery. Oil*. 8oapa, i-lc. 

Koss' eeiibrateil II.AIK I>YK, iiev.r failing to 
give n perfect black, wnrrunted not to fade. 
TUOMAt* E. KO;s.s, 

No. 12 Central street, 

\yM Low ell Maes. 

ITCH 1 IT HII ITCH I I ! 

POerrtVELV cured in 24 bonr* by u«<ng DUM- 
FKIK.S' ITCH (lIN'TMEXT. Xo danger fr<;m 
taking cold. l>o.-snot contnin the least partlnle uf 
mercury or other dangcrou* IngreJicul. I'rieu '.{j 

Sold hv EDWAUn BAILEY, suc^ssor to Ham- 
nel Kidder. .Ir. .t: Co., cornel of Merrimack nnd 
John sts., Lowell, Mass. noelT 


eetit 


•4 Merflmck Street. 


dtf 


Per Bale, in Tyng> borough. 



SaUe IVoro TrngsboKe' 

r-irTirtW 'nfirtaaSlon lonrflre of J08BP« 


THE GHEAT GER!«AN 

HEILMITTELL 

WILL ciinB 

OBRONXO 

In the ITcad, Thr«rt and Nose, Coughs, f5oMs 
Bronchitis, Ulpbtherla, and the first stages of 

OONSIJ.MPTION. 

If For sale by all DrugglsU. Price •2 a bottle.— 
•^or saf.. nt'wbole«-le by M'eeks * •"oiler, 170 
Washington street, O. C. Ooodwin & Co., 38 Ilan 
..ver street, and .1. Wilson, 138 Washlngt.m St., 

U.-n'd"wbat Mra. A. B. Wntson, of No. 11 Ml.l 
dle*ex street. I/JWoll, .ay* :-" Having been af 
nii-ted with a severe cough and caUrrh, nti.l Iieliig 
euTcd of It by Ibe use of fbe f.'rrrif f7rr«in>i llrU 
mlltrl, I deem H my duty lo make ihl* piihllc ac 
knowledgratiut for the U-Pcflt of tlios.? similarly 
Afflicted. ^ krs.A.B.WATsow." 

09137 * daw 

SomsthinK Vrerj Pardon Noeds- 

itIRT DRAWBR ANP ST«>CICINO BOABns 
I). X KIUfBAl-Lj 


SitlRI 
fur drylniLpurposes, 
vent shrlugSgl, 


whhih will snlirely pre- 
made to order b 


BoeSMn 


Wameali Hteaaa 

T 


MlAi 


a. 


8I?VUKR'8 (iKIIlKiil HArniKEs 

Wll. DTAR, No. 41 Central Street. 
• Lowtll fiaathf etetuMVe riii»»toaell 
and uae these celebrated Machines in thia ri'y, 
«B the reet.rdat the Patent OlRce shows. Per 
"sons wishing to oiain the bbsT and trios' bco 
NOMICAI. -lewinn Machine in use will find all 
klf 4a at Wa store, and at the lowest iwicea, 
eiihar tor ca*h or on time to suit all partija. 
. Janaary 16. Mil. janl.Wtf 


'PH". aubicribera manufacture and put up 
L IRON FKNOBR of the most desirable pat- 
terns und ■rpKKioBwnrktnanahip. 

Nos. 123 and 125 Uuktu street. 
BuiT2d" , Lowell. Mase. 


nriON A C<>.'9 MIVE. 

steam from and to Quoenstowa 

sud Julverpooi. 



The flrst classpowerful Irom Stcnmsblp* 
IfOHAVIAf, t>r. OKOKOK, 

PEUUVIAN Kr. P.VTIIK K. 

NOVA HCiTT.VN, KT. AXDKKW, 

NOUTII AIEUICAX, HT. OAVIP, 
Will sail Fmm l.irrrtx^'U and .Vrw York every 

weok,onUingit ^uceiisforu to land and receive 

vassengvrs. t 

Kates of inasage from New York, payable In 

Currency, 

ral^H %9\ Steerage %i6. 
To Xew Yo'k, verv T.,ow Rnl<'S. 
Passengera forworde.l to Paria and all Oermaa 

ports at very ow rates. 

Kor pm.a»Janpply to \nLLIAM8 A CMJION. » 

Broadway. N.wVork, or ^^^^^^^^^ 

No.; Miiaeum Tii.ildinK, Low.-ll. Mass. 
N. B.— Airetta for the " Old BUok Blur Line *' of 


•etff 


FOR 8 A Lai LOW. 

A valnable Horse, Top Boggy, Bairiry 
Waeon, nice Sleigh nndllarniss, Blank 
eis and H..be.. Inquire at BAHCOM'8 
Jfur Store, 182 Merrtmock street. 

V dtf 


8AOK CWRSSK of BiipettBrBmiHf ihle is* 
received by J. fe 3. M. PKAjaON, vbelBeala 




White's Army StimHlanV 

WARRANTBD TO CU&B 

CATJJUlI** 

•„.,„J9BHV(}fJff nEADACUB, 

^ , ., aOJCB THB'»AT, 

M« DimTBKllIA. 

rivpaffwi Dy 

x» #Stm L»wftiki Hails 


FREIGHT LINE 

BKTWKKX 

WORCl£STER ASiO POINiTS >ORTU AND 

NEW VORK. 

Tho now, Inrgp, end powerful A 1 Steamers of the 

Koptune Steamship Company. 

Kl.KCl R V, Cant. J. W. Xvf.; OA- 
L.\Ti:.\, Capt. W. M. JoMEs; and 
OCK.\Nrs, Capt. S. (■"Itowni.t,, af 2000 tons regis _ 
ter esrh, having unbr.iken and reliable water tight 
compartmcnu, and With uiiiurpassed KreUbl (and 
•i'nssoniter) aceommoi.alious. ninking dally trips 
l.etween Providence md Xew York, landing In 
Now York st their *p u-ions Pier 27, X.irth HIver, 
(foot of Kobin*ou SUiut) connecting at Providence 
With tbo 

PilOVlDBNCE & WOiiCESTEB RAILROAD,. 

and nt Now York with tbj Hleam"Cannl Line* for 
J'hiUiililfliii, HaltiiiKin; anil all point* South. Al 
ao wllb 111.' A.Vir /i'i/iVickk lor sll Western point*, 
without charge for " wharliigc,' "eanaKC,''oroth- 
,-r expi'iise In New York. 

naim iilifiii/o a* Uw al hy ttnv other .Stf'imlAne. 

All frt'lgbl for poliHts south of New York should 
he cimslgncd to enrc of ISA.\C OURLL, Agent, 
Pier 27, Xorth Klver, Xew Y.irk. 

For further Information apply to A. C, MITX 
ROK, Oerieml Agent, No. 2 Lincoln Block, Wor- 
wster; or to A. K. yilACKEXBOriB, Providence 
Depot, Oroou btrcct, Worcestur. 

* J. B: OAKUIXEU, Agent, 

tliarSdtf ProvMcnee. 


,B.- 
Ltvcrpool Padiet*. 


mayUly 


White's Army Stimulant, 

„ WAJULANTKD TO OURK 
CATARRH. 

MthtYttTS HKArtACnE, 


-lA tU 


it6» 

ft "HI 


aepta 


i - ItOAT, 

' ab« Dii*nTaeRiA. 

Prepared by 
I. WUI'll, Lowell, Vaea. 


KNOWLCS BROS, 114 MerriH^katr«..t.keep 
corstaitly on hand a good asaortmsni «>f tbe 
O OD-Bianl BOOTH 'and HHOKB. Kei^ ^Irs 


»/" 


W<Ki *1 


- ,»f HI' 






li.ti 




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r 


% . I'll . — 


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J' . -.1 


IH V' 


••rtv 




BAKQBNT ic COS'. EXPBB88 

rrota LiOWKIiljtoBOBTON. SALBM, 
IjA"WR1BNiiW, OKOTON, WOR- 

OBBTIB. WILTON Bnd MABHUA. 

Leaves Lowell for Boaton at 7 80, 9^ A. M. 
and ii P. M 

For Salem at 7.25 A. M., 2 00 P. M 

Por Lawrence at 7^. 10 A. M.. 2 45, 5 P. M. 

For Oroton and Worcester at 7, 11.45 A. U.. 
4.45 P. M. 

L««Te Boaton for Lowell at 94, A. M., S.00 
aad 44 P. M. 

Lease Salem at 9.40 A M.. 6.00 P. M. 

Leave Uwrenci at 84 A. M., 13|, 64 P. M. 

Leave Oroton at 8 A. H.. 6.45 P. M. 

Nov, .to. 18R3. 


' ^**^^Sf 


THJd "FLOBBNOB'* 

ABD TBB 

««HOWB" "*^,4'« • 

gRW|1«6 nACHINISS 

9o» aale hir B. O. jMCAN, A«eat, 


TWINE. 

A GOOD assorlmeuljiisi reeolvfd for sale bjr 
C. P. T^VLBOT Ik CO. ^ 

oct3dtr Oltv Market Building. 

■ — ' *- 


REMOVAI.. 

TITR aub»crlher would reapcetftilly Infbrm bis 
friends and the public that he bus removed to 
Mechanics' .Mills, Dutton Street, where he Is now 
prepared to fill orders for 

^VOODF:N SCRKWS. 

ns Is also prepared to do any Jobs In 
WOODTUUNlNO 

.which msy be entrusted to him, at abort notlee, 
and 00 reasonable terms. 

MILTON ALORIOH. 
Lowell, May 8, IMS. niaySdtf 


ll£RRI9IAfK H«(J»Ky 

IiOW^llLL. 

Tbe nnderalgne<1 returns his slneer 
thanks to hia former patron* and tbo citi 
>.en* of Lowell for their *ympalhy and 
kind foiling exprcsaod toward dim, In his 
late loss by fire. 
Having relltted a portion of his boose, 
be Is now ready to receive company as heretofore. 

IIKNHY EMERY. 
I^well. March 20. 1806. maraudtf 



NO ICE 

ROOMS to let, with Power, on MId.llsaex street,* 
by OTIS ALI.EX 


Lowell, April 30, 1806. 


aprMdtf 


OYSTER 


ABD 


BATING ROOMS, 

No. 6 Middle Htreet. 
RRALS SERYED AT ALL HOURS. 


oetSO 


CI.AM CHOWDER 

Ererr Saturday evening. 

H. W. LOVWOT. 


M£«V ANir DESIRABLE MTYIsBd 

Of French, English and American 
STATIONERY, 

A large a**ortment Ju*t received and for sale at 
OOOOESBALL'S BoOB and Stationery Sto^e, 
octlu U Merrlnaak street 


BRRADI BREAD ir BREAD! I I 

■C'OR BAtTC HKRB— Prof. Hereford's Patent 
t; Crawn of Tartar subsliBBlB,IIOMMBDYBAat 

POWPKB AND BbBAD PBBrABATION. 

N. B.— By using the abote hrtlcls* von will heve 
a gain of llheen to twenty pounds of bread from 
a4M:h barrel of flounaore than by any other pro- 
■ness. '^ 

i, ft Jt U. PEARSON; ASBMs ftr LOWBII, IVMk 


B^lldinf. Shauuok street; 


spr4 


O sonable |>riMe, at I^S^V^J^S JS^OS 


U« 


I 


•t- 


S)^ - * - ^M- 

b^RoAPARILtA 

COMPOU.Nl) 


Ilh'. Lar<wkth% 

8JU18APAR1LUI 
JOMPOUND, 


For tbe atwMy and permanent euro of' '-^ 

Urcr Complalut, Kcrofnla, of lAMglS 
Kvll, Dyre'pepela, l>r*pey, IS^MralgSB* 
KpUepejr, eryUpelM, St. AntMamjf'M 
Fire, PtxmpUs.Pustnlee, Blot«hes3aUs, 
Tumors, ttmll Rtaeam, Tlccrs and Sore*. 
BhensnAttani, Pain Im tM» HBoulaals.Bltfa 
nad nowels, Genr.gml I>c|>iU^r< tte al yB 
TIccrktIon, SyphllU nnd MerenrUl 1>I». . 
Base, and all complaints arising thuMortHMe 
In^ in Impure Blood. >. 

It Is doulle the »lrenyih of any other. Sareap^ 
rllla Compound in the market, and is indorsed 
by the medical faculty aa the belt ami ek 
ItLOOlf PUBlFlUt extant. 

rjrlcB 91.00 per 9«tU^ 

„., Prepared by 

DB.E. B. KNIGHTS, ...I 
itELBOBE, ILUa. 


.*iS_ 

iftt'- 


vr GETABLi: 
nutfiNlCjP 

oGUGHir GOLDS 


OR. LAROOMUrS 


lodianYegetabk. ^ 

DLMOinC 

SYRUPi* 

Cures CofOHs, Colds, Wiioopi3co CotroK, 
CRorp, AariiM.v, Catariiii, B«o.v(WfTi..r, PJtUr 
tfi TUb &ii>K, NiauT Sweats, HOa b be b bb « , %• 

which public speakers and Binders drc liable^ 
CossfMPTiox, In its early stages, and aU dU- 
•aacs of tbo Throat and Lungs. *^ 

Indorsca by the highest ndical antborttF. 
clergymen of every denomination, authors, edi- 
tors, professOrH ia our various colleges, axnt by^ 
BuBy of our most eminent public men. 

Containing uo opium, it U adapted tflTery 40^ 
•nd nisy be used without fear of the dangerous 
.resalts wMch follow the use of manjoftbe Congk 
pruparatiuns of wliieb opium and iiiccM are tbm 

base. J 

Glvo H » trfsil. r 

Prioc 60 cents snd f1 per bottle. 

Db. £. U. KNIQUTS, Proprietor, Melrose, KbhW) 




ORIElfTAt 1 

RISTOBBff! 


of Omir Mul Faded Aalr to It* <Mr l (|t >w^ 

eolor. , 

Ttcontdns neither oil, alcohol, nor anyMbdr 
iDjurloua substance '' "' 

It cleoBses tbe scalp, gives tbo bsir a fich land 
rloesy appearance, and promotos it* luxuriant 
growth. 

It ia sHenf Iflcally prepared, and 1* indorsed l^ 
tbo most cmiivcDt medical autborlty. » 

, It is cxquUitely perfumed, will not stain or 
•oil tbe finest fhbric, aad is tBdIspeflsable td tha 
toilet of every lady and grattoasan. 

ta-iiOT KO ornEiti V d^i 

X*(4re 73 ecistB yw BottllB;, .. ^f 

Prepared by Dk. E. B. KNI&BTS, ObfliMif: 
MEUMMSt MAM. 

*?«»». .•^..-;..:j. - .- i" - 

C. K. KIMB.\LL, p. IT. Btfrt-T?irKX(r.'F."K 
v.. H.ULKV. l/iwell, and all Druggists SBd Mat- 
chants tlirougliuut thu country. 

uiavU deed»ftHy 

Medical Advicee ^ 


Dn. .1. M. IIAUMOX, Physician snd aargoon, 
cnnanit* with tbe siek ceneraMy, and gives 
advice to nil, when desired ; bul ulleiids mor«^par- 
ticni.irly to those Important diseases, In either sex, 
which rurj Hire llie special care of an espsrisneed 
and (lUereet pnieiiiloner. Acquainted with all 
modern bnprovenients In the pracliee of hlslUSI- 
cult speeiahfy, witli a somewbul rvniarknkk- exM- 
nenoeof mure than elgheen yeara In ti^atfng The 
worst forms of disi-.-uc. Or. iL amy be eaabled.la 
offer siu'li Information nnd advlre na Is seldom ob- 
tained oulalde Uie best UospUals of tlie couatry«-> 
Krieiidly and p:ilernal counsel given to the unfor- 
tatiatc young uf both seXes who msy sufH-r from 
tbclinliscretlona common to their age and condir 
tion In life, ri-rson* at a distanco can ■•omoiUtbe 
Dr. by lu'tior, and l>y enclosing one dulUr, nay re- 
ceive nil desired tnf<>rmatlon by return mall. 

N. B. — The iiKMl careful attention given to^ail 
Female Comjilainls, and to those dangerous dfsor- 
der* (both i>r body aivl mind) common lo ye^K 
mm who hnro aairterrd from the Jack of llmcty nnd 
jodlclous counsel. Everv convenience H affordea 
tu such aa mny wish a i^vate conaultaUon, nodaU 
ordinary b-IvIm! given free. Reference 1* hero 
made u> a alMtement fk-eqaently made by seae .xt 
the most respectable funeral praclllloners In Low- 
ell :— 

" The*e complaint* *hould cnn*titnte a dl*tln(^ 
branch of the profession, and should bo attended 
to by N sopipetuit phyalrian; and wo believe tMt 
Dr.TTnrmoii Is belleniualifled for that branch of 
Bractlcv ttis'i any one wo know of wko devoIBB 
nlmsvlfparliculurly lo It." 


The Red Pill: - 

An eminently iclentiflc and merltorlons prepan^ 
tion— a iiiff and «i<re romedy Un woman's i>ecBUBt 

difficulties, wliL'llier occurring In the 

HAKRIEO OR 8IN6LB lUtt, "' ' 

Prepared and prescribed by Dr. Ilannon, ol 

Lowell. 


Stairs) eornar of 
Kirk streets,' Lowell. MM*/ 'Ka- 


(up 


Ollleo,ln Welles' Block, 
Merrimnek and 
trame from Merrimn^k st»«'et. . , 

Such a« prefer may obtain the Pills of a Isdy B 


No. Ul Union strust, Lowell. 


uovXtd'^ltf 


BLAIVK BOOK NA^IirACTfltl 

AND BOOK DINDINQ. " 

T> C. S.\UGK.VNT, Clijr Ooremment HNMkif. 

Ij. having in bis employ one of tho best Blank 
Book Kladers In Now Knyland, I* prepared tariM 
to order ami bind In the most substanllal mai^nar. 
BLANTt BOOKS of all kinds. The very b*44 
quality of l*Bper us«l, and booghUdtrecUy ttgm 
the manufacturers, which enable* lim to rartilaB 
Blank Uook* at tbe loweet market prbie. . ' I 

Old Hooks, Magnzine*. I'ampblet*, Music, e e.. 
bound promptly and In tne beet style. '' 

*.* A complete nssortment of Blank Hook* ,ina«la 
In my own Bindery, will bo constantly og 'Bani 
aud for aula al ruosouable prices. , ^_ 

it. C. BAROE.\lrt'. 

•epaSdtf qty Ooreraaient Ball dlBi i 

ENGLlSBt WOTB FAfS^! *" 

TBK mngh surface made fTom ^ore LfaMli^fl 
nnd small slss, ruled and pUUciqUkr|«iPf^ 
opes to niftfrh. 

KKKNCil N'OTB PAPERS, watorMSas^BBSBgM 
nsw pMiterns. with Envolopea to match. FMfale 
by BC. B ABO KAN I', ^ 

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oetjr ^iSs Central alMBl. 


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wSmI nam-i lor sale by 

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A»dr«v, )««t«rd«7. co«»««i««t«d »o «M 

• y»ri«l7 of doeunvatt for ib« um of lb« 
0«l«ralCo«rt. Anoog tben vvr* tb» 
Npsrt of Adj. Oracral SahouUr. the r«- 
pert of Of. Pttro«, ib« CbitI oC Ord- 
■•»«•, BBd C«L J. W. Otimy. Am. lotfMC 
Itr Qmeral. 

Tb« OoTMiMr •>••(■»• with pMfiMlar- 
itf the niliiia Mta of 1864 sod 1866, and 
p*ioM Mt lb« cffiet o( tbcir operation. — 
He Mr* >i>»t »^il« lh« Mt of tbo iMt oeo. 
•Imi ** ••■pnded the Qporation of all tb« 
eompalaory portion oTibt »ei of 1864. it etlll 
nUtncd in eervico all tboM peraont »bo 
bad bocome moiBbert of ibe volootoer mi- 
litia, prior to lh« date of iia going into 
oper*lioo, vir.Jooe I6th. 1865. The ro- 
•alt baa been that, under tbii volootacr 
ayataa, »a in fiad bavo conpaUory niili. 
isry aorr ice ; ainae paraon* bad felt * cons- 
pallad to volunloar * lo cnllat io organif a- 
tioaa tbej preferred, whp wer« aabjaet by 
by tba act of 1864. to be aaaiftned to duly 
atdcr ' tbe diaixict ajratem ' io organisa- 
tiooa leaa to their aboioa. Jdanj young 
■a«, bcving volunteered under ihia eon- 
palaion, and finding ibe law aoipended — 
tba expected operaiion of vbich bad con- 
IrolUd Ibeir Minda— hate felt, and not 
witboat joat groanda, a aenaa of bardabip 
aad iae^aalily in baiac bald to the terma 
of their eollttiBeBt." 

The Goveraor alao preaenta two reporta 
■ada by Geo. Pierce on the rendt zvoaa 
at Camp Meiga, and on the expenditurea 
of Ibe volantecr rrcraiiing aervioe. and 
ala6 Ibe loal reporta of Col Day on the 
raerwifinent of voluatecra by Maaaacbu- 
aalta in the rebel Stately Tba whole Dum- 
ber of enliatmrota procured by tbeagenia 
of thia Cootntcnwrahb in lite rebel Statra 
kt4t9; of which only 16 were for leva 
than tliree yeara ; of ^thia number, ihrre 
were amigned to aiiiea and town* 1865 ; 
to individuala a»kin|; repreaenlatiee re- 
vaiu 663. The paynent of bouniiea to 
Telawttera baa eoniinued nnd*-r Ibe Npero 
vioioo ol Gen Marahall aa paymaater v>eo- 
aral, to whom and hia aaaiitaita Ll. Col. 
Bramin, the Goveroer lendera hie pre- 
found ibaoka. 
p Tt'f report of Uol. Wm. 8. King " Coo- 

''* liable of the C <mniionwealib." ia alio pre- 

'aentrd l^e Governor declarea it aa hia 

opinion, " raioliing from fi^re yeara expe- 

rienee in executive affaire, tbat the main- 

tenaoce ot aueh a>lorce, directly reaponai- 

" bleto the chief executive magiatrate, ia of 
high impoii»n(e, and will yet prove aaaeo- 
tlal to the Common wtfaitb." 

Tbe number of meo called for by the 
War De|tatlm«nt upon Maaxtthuaetir, 
during Iha rebellion, waa 1 17 624. Tbe 
number furniabed, (reckoning the nine 
■•■tba' m>-a at one fourth their actual 
number, and redacin( tbe Bumbat eoltat- 
ed iaio the navy lotbeaame term of three 
jeara) waa 131,116 Tbe aelaal anmber 
furniabed waa 169 166. 

In 1864 Maaaaebuaette fbrniehed 6670 
voluDieera, being :209 for aiaety daya« 
•nd 5461 I for one hundred' .aerviee, for 
which abe waa not aubject .to drafk. 

Tbe total espcodiinre incurred by tbe 
State, on aacoool of the war, amounta to 
t27.706,109. Thia amount indudea $3.- 
546 022. charged to Ibe U. S. Govern- 
meat, under the lawa of Coogre^a. Ot 
thia claim, wa have received $1934 314, 
ad a further allowance of $621,435 ia 
•nbjeet to eur draft The balance of 
$969,272 remaioa to be adjuated. 

The ten million bouni) fund loan waa 
authorised by the act of May 14, 1864 
Durinit the paat two yeara, tbe Stale hak 
aold $8 600,000 of i:* fire per cent, gold 
bearing intrred bounty f^od acrip — io dol- 
lar and in ateriing bonda, at an avrraiee 
rate nf 103 per cent. ; while al tbe lame 
tiaae United Slatea ten-fortiea, bearing tbe 
aama iatereat. have been auld at an aver- 
age aot exeee<Ung ninety-four per cent.— 
thaee bonde being like all United Slatea 
bonda, free from iaxa*ii>n. _ « 

Tbe eonatitu lion providea that " p^rma- 
leat and bpnorabia aarariei aball be e*tab- 
Uahed by law for lha Jualicea of tbe So- 
pram** Judicial Court." Th»ar arlatiea 
were 6xed at a time when r paptr curren- 
cy waa in uae not equal in value lo epecie. 
The Governor ia unable to believe tbe pay> 
■aent of rhr annual aalary «<f th«. Chief 
Jaaiiee of ihe Couit, which waa $4000 in 
apeeie, when he aeeepted the offiee, in a 
currency which, at one time haa been 
worth oitly $1500 in a.ecir, a eoaf liance 
with the conditutiona. requirement. The 
Governor accepted annual rr-eUctiona, all 
ef them alirr paper moi.r) h <d been a 
lawful lendrr, and thereby ir. equity, be 
adopted I at I B rencv in id vance 

Tbe Governor eloaea by r commending 
that Ibe Or.veroor be authorigrd lo em- 
plo) a private imTriary, who ahall be paid 
at leaai aa w»l| «>a any clerical cfic t at 
tbe Stale llooao: ' '4 


MaMacBOMrra LBBtaLiTOBB. Tho 
Lagtalaiare met yeaterday aad becb braaeh- 
M Off aaiaad. Tba Baa ate waa aallad to 
order by Hoa . Tappaa Weal wortb. After 
Ibe meaiban wtra quaNfied, Uoa. Joaepb 
A. Paad, of Brigbtoa, waa aaaaimaualy 
•boeaa Preaideat, receiving 39 votea, aad 
{Maphea N. Giiord, ef Daxbury, waa re- 
elected elerk by Iheaame vole. Preaideal 
Poad, on aaaoming thadutiea of the ebair, 
addraaaed tbe Seaate briefly, eoogralalat- 
Jac the membera on tbe return of p ea e e 
aad tbtt geaeral proaperi'y, and urging e 
dcvotioo 10 boiinem ia order that the aea- 
aioa may \f9 brought to a aloae at an early 
day. The Senate balloted foi* aergeant-at- 
arma, when Edward J. Jonea had 5 votea 
to 32 for John Morriaaey, aad ihe latter 
WM declared elected on the part ef tba 
Senate. 

The Houae waa called to order by Rev. 
Dr. Worceater, of Salem, the aeaior mem- 
ber, who repretenied Amhertt in 1829 
After Ihe preliminary buaineaa and tba 
qualiflcatioo of membera, Jamra M. Stone 
of Charleatown, waa elected ape^ker, ra- 
aeiving 123 votes, to 106 for'TlarVey Jew- 
ell, of Boetoa, and 2 for Jamea Brown, of 
Taunton. Mr. Stone, 00 taking tba cbair, 
thanked the Houae for ita conSdence, re- 
ferred to tbe evenia attending the cloae of 
ibe war, and urged tbe mrrabtra to action 
a} aa 10 eloio tbe aea*ion early. William 
S. RobinaoB, ot M*lden, wai re-elected 
clerk, receiving 214 votea out of 216. A 
Ballot waa taken for aergeant-at-arma. — 
John Morriaary had 83 voles, £dward J. 
Jonea, 76: Gardner TufU, 40; Aihertoa 
H. Sreveas, 17; Edgar M. Brown. 14; 
Timothy Ingrabam, 7. Tbe sames of 
Meeara. Tufts, Stevens and Brown were 
witbdrawa. On tbe aecond ballot Jonea 
had 120 votes, and Morriaaey 99. Mr. 
tfonea was declared elected in non-coocur 
rencc. To-morrow at i2| o'clock was 
aaaigned for ibe choice of chaplain 

At a ijuarier paat two o'clock, the ilouae 
adjournird, auJ with Ibe Senate and State 
ofliciala prcceetJed lo the Old South 
Church, where thr annual election sermon 

waa preached b; | Rev. Alooso M. Quiat. 

— » 

Jams M. Stomi, of Charlraiown. ibe 
cenileman wbo was ^eaterday eircted 
t<peakrrol tbe Hoosh of Reor* a^nta'lOa, 
ia perhapa better knowa in tbi« a^'Ction 
than in aby other part of our ancient Com- 
monweahh. He ia, we think, a native of 
Wealford, and Ihe early pert of hi« life 
waa apent there and in Lowell. Hundri-da 
of our eitigens remember him, when he 
was a >oung man. a clerk in this city, nr 
later wben be was rngsged in. an effort 
aa tditor, to ealabliob a dail> paper here. 
In 1843, we think. He has alwxya been an 
active, induairioua man ; and ibeae excel- 
lent 'qualifications, su*tained by sound 
principles, a broad and liberal mind and 
eonacienlioua ideas of Ibe rights of the 
humblcat as well aa Ibe moat t-xalied, 
have made him the friend of the maasea 
where he hat reaiUed rather than ih« m%.- 
eluiive and influential few. Hia capacity 
for business and ready eomprebrntiun of 
any auhje«:t lo which ha would yield alien- 
tioa, bave given bim proainei.ce for many 
years, aod he b.iS exerted not a little in- 
fluence OB farge enterpiiaea of e commer- 
etal < baracler in Boston and vicinity. 

Mr. Stone baa been for a nurnber of 
yeara prominent in our State politics For 
Ibe twenty years paat he b«a been a lead- 
ing man among tboie wbo bave favored 
the priociplet of tbe dominant party pf 
to-day. He baa been in tbe front ranks— 
at all limea hopeful and umaavrring. He 
baa aeveral yeara repreaenied tbe ciiy of 
Chaileslown in the legislature, and baa 
never failed to command an important po- 
aiiion on committeea and 00 tbe floor of 
tbe. bouse. He ia a ready debater, and 
when once enli>led in a measure, soea to 
tbe very denlh of it, leavioft hit opponents 
tborouKhly sware that they bave no ortii- 
oary man to contend with. His long 
familiarity: with legisislive matters bst 
made him thoroOKhly conversai:t aith the 
duties of- tbe position lo which he hat 
been elected in the House, and we have 
no doubt 111 will aucceed to the saiisfae 
tion of the body which baa honored hint 
with the office^ and greatly beyond hit 
own ext'Oetatioos Mr. Stone ia yet in 
Ihe prime of life ; and poaactaing pecu- 
liar q>ialificationa recommending bim lor 
public life, bis frienils may reasons biy an 
tieipate a atill more important and more 
reaponsible position for bim io the future. 


' A omiooa oomciDiiici. Tbe Maiaa 
aad Maaaaebuaetla L«giatalurea orgaaixad 

•r Ibe aaasa of JaoMsa M. Siooe Spaabara 
of their raapeetive Houaea. Thua tba 
aaothar end daughur Siaiea, oa tbe aama 
day, aeleet atea of Iba aama name for 
Speaker, after warm eoateats. We reeol- 
lect but ona siaiUr eoiaeidanee in the or- 
gaaisatioo of Legislaturea sines 1^42. 
wbaa iIm Preaideou of t^a Maaaac>Baells 
aad New Uempsbiro Seaates were aamed 
Josiah Quiacy, though in the first named 
State tbe gentleman named b%d a "Junior" 
affixed to bis name. 

Men of tba aame name bave frequently 
aerved in Legitlaiive bodiea There was. 
in the Thirty-Fifth Congreaa, a Timothy 
Davia from Maaaacboteta, and another 
from Iowa. From 1848 to 1862, Wm. F. 
Johnalon waa the Whig Governor ol Penn- 
aylvauia, and in 1850, Wm. O. Johnalon 
aa Ibe unsuccessful Whig candidate for 
Governor of Ohio. 

Althougb not exaetlj a coincidence, 
tb'ero waa a alognlar fact (probably no- 
ticed by many ul our readera aoon after 
the Republican Kaiiunal Conventino of 
1860, but now forgotten), io tbe laal aylla- 
bleof the given name and firat syllable of 
the aurname of our lamented snd martyred 
Prefident, (AbraAom Lincoln), forming, as 
they did, wben eonnected, Ihe sirname 
of ihe Vice Prcaident during his flrtt term 
There waa no letter ia Ibe Vice President's 
name that waa not found in that of tbe 
President. 


B It E V 1 r IIS d . 

tklaiaaas lae 


Iv tba aid rala ie Iraa that tba MealW'_i^ 
af tba year are indiaatad by Ihe days of 
Cbriatmaa, we aay expfot two-tbirda 9t 
lha year at leaat lo bo mild aod moist. 


8I.»B«, 8le4a,BMa, 
aiada, Bi«as, auaa, 

aitaat i 


, Steda, MadaJHada 
'. sr**' Weds. HMa, for 

lUlUertMikat. 


Change of Firm 


AITD 


New Haiii>8Bi«K Rkpublican Srtrt 
CojtTKliriON. Thia Convention was held 
at Concord yeaterday, 402 delegates being 
present. Hon. George G Fo^g wat Pret- 
idenl, assisted by ten Vice Preiidenta, and 
four Secretaries. G>v. Frederick Smyth 
was unanimously nominated for re »iec- 
tion. Tbe Giivernor spp'sred in person 
and acC'pted ihr ao oinati in. M J Geo. 
U. ~Suvage, of Alton, was nomin<ilrd fur 
R«ilrosd Coinipjsiiioner. 

The resolutions adopted by ihe C»nven- 
t on thank God lor Ihe auppfe«aion ot ibe 
r bellion, the overlhrww of slavery and 
the establishment of liberty ; esprea* pru- 
fuuod sorrow for the death of Fresidt-nt 
Lincoln and pajs a Itibutu lo bis wtirib ; 
exps*st pride in tb<! gillantry an.l brnvery 
of Ibe Union troop* | declare m l4Vor of 
the emancipated alatet ; oppo-ei the de. 
tigii to plant a lorei|(n deapxtium in Mex- 
ico, and expreaa confidence in Freaideni 
J<ihn*nn and a 'It-terminaiiitn to supp rl 
bim in all eifDrtt to rnimrv harmony and 
mutual truat between the diflereA^ aectioni 
ol the Union. 

Ihe heariieai enthusisMm prevailed and 
gives ataurance that New Humpthire wil', 
at ihe coming Slate -election, fir tbe 
twelfth succestive year, elect Ihe Republi- 
can Stale ticket. 


toiT aaaiiirr Mm. Stamtov. Joaepb 
H. MaddoK eommeneed a auit, yeaterday, 
ia tbe Supreme Court, againat Secretary 
^tantaa, for alleged false imprisoomenU 
The plaintiff avers that he waa a pur- 
ehaaar in Richmond, under permisaioa 
from Preaideni Linroln and the Secretary 
af Ibe Treasury, of large quaniUita of to- 
baeeo, which were destro) ed by our foroas 
al Fredericksburg, in 1864. and that he 
vas kepi in tba Old Capitol Piisoo aaiU 
Preaideat Jobnena «aaM iato oSoe. He 


«laims $1,000,000 damagea. 
Mr. SlaatoB elaima that 


that tba plaialiff 
waa guilty of a viola'ioa of tbe artidaa of 
war io tradiag with tba eaamy 1 that tba 

arroat waa aet aaada by hia ordari but by „ „^ 

^ Pfovost Marahal, and that the plaintiff- "<»•»*'' "f December «aa 61 129,000, the 

U .111 oa hU pa«Je ia $6000 to [wait a t:Z,Z::L\ r^'lJ^l^' -* '^ 


Washimctum news Congress will be 
a ke to appropriate $30,000 to repair 1 j* 
While House. It co»l8 a vast amount of 
money to keep I bat institution in a re 
apedable condition. 

The War Department yesterday issued 
an order muttering out thin > -four legi 
menta and light batteries, half of them col- 
ored iroopa. 

John Ferguaon, of Cnarleston, 8. C. 
formerly owner of the Planter, has app.tie4l 
for potte*sioo of tbe steam-r. claiming 
that she wat stolen by negroes and cap- 
tared from tbem by our blockading tqiiad- 
ron ; that he had taken the amnesty oath 
and tbe steamer abould be rraiored to him 
with hia other property. Gen. Raxton 
reports that the Planter waa employed to 
transport troopt, arms and ammuniiioa for 
the rebela during our attacks 00 Cbarlea- 
ton. While io thia aervlee the *aa brnu|(bi 
paat Ibe rebel batteries and surrendered to 
Admiral Dupool by Robert Small, a alave, 
who, for hit bravery haa aioce been plaocd 
in command of the veaasl. ''^ 

The Select Commiiiea on Raeonatroe 
lion have had only one meeting, merely 
an preliminary buaineaa. Tbe next meet- 
ing will not take place until after lha ro 
bling of Congreaa. 
Tba gold eoinage at tbe mint dariait tbe 


Traoe Acaoas the Plains. The aggre- 
gate amooni of freight aliipped mtoss tbe 
plaina, for tbe past year, waa 21,600,000 
pounds aaaoned merchandise, requiring 
for lit transportation nearly 5000 wagons, 
••ver 7000 mules and horses and nearly 
28,000 oxen. 

Over one half the freight went to Colo- 
rado ar.d Ihe remaio<ler lo differer.t ppinia 
in Utah, Montaia, Nevada, Idaho, New 
Mexico. Nebraska and Western Kanaaa, 
including the military potta The value of 
merrbanHise.and machinery irautported ia 
not defi.Bjtely knowo. 


ura't aeaeiBT. 

reaf t<« tea* t to I laaet Wln4 
Thnt'a Ih. •ndinf -otMi -I inladi 
Ktlt'ilnx llnibt ■!<<! ImiUng aishl. 
Tk»f§ Ulf radliif— i«IMI of lultfktl 
T*'> Imi >•••( alMl t>mr fe<-l t>ro>4, 
TkaVt Uij eaillas— «('re«' ioid ! 
^B»ke« e|« mnI li*aK«nl mlc", 
TktWiVi rniJIiif — > rauU't qaaaat 
lt<!D<1liic luriB Hd wri<'SI<e l-ea^ 
Tkut't lite mutiKS— 4|U' »n »t graM I 
"l>U*l in <lii»t,"ai>d hMifhl h<-rl4l«. 
That'* thy «ia<i|ix- qorrn »\ prW* I 
■ * Hem to-day and ( m<- lo-moriov."...,, 
That'i tb) llie ftaa-rhlM ul annow t 
Jlcaraiii frarr, (.■oii'it 'Im eaa »|iaa, 
Tkut$ llt|r onlg ba|«— posr "ataa 1 ** 

The Prondenet BulUtin aayatbat lbs 
hog cholera ia quite prevalent in Rhode !«• 
liinJ. Two men of North Providence bave 
loal two thoutand dollara worth of boga by 
tba diaease'witfain a abort tima. 

Alkxandeb Don as, tbe elder, is one of 
the mm of our day who most loves mooey 
aod most despises it. One day, ten yeara 
ago, be aaid laai he mhdo $700,000 by his 
pan, and had not $12 in hit pocket, binoe 
then be haa probably earned $200,000 
mora, but it ia not believed that bo baa a 
cent more in hia pocket. 

Six children in tba family of Mr. Oar- 
rinscn. of Waterloo, Wiaconain, have Oi->d 
wiihin a short time from drinking the milk 
of a cow which had been bitten by a mad 
dog — the virus remaining in her system. 
Tbey all suffered most terrible «pasms. 

Thk ff'kitbf (Canada) GaxetU aaya :— 
"Recently Mr. Angus McDonald, of the 
townahip of Mar cut down a white aab 
tree, arid on splitting ii, a liie frog was 
found embedded in the wood. The tree 
was about fifteen inches in diameter and 
perfaeily aound ; tbe cavity in which tbe 
frog had been enclosed appeared aa if 
carved out for its rt^rptmn. 

Board with lodging, at the Interna'ion> 
al Hotel, S crameoto, la advertisd al 65 
to 66 p-T wsek, ** the b'-ds all fuiaiahed 
with spring mattreaaea." Single meals 
25cenis! Fifteen years ago m>-als in the 
cbe^prst and dirtiest eating bouses, were 
75 cents lo one dollar. 

'I HI StwbutypoU //era/<f aaya that noi 
ling aince, a •unacriber di«son*inue I hia 
paper and went horof and told his wife of 
il. " W 11." aai 1 ahe " rememler ibit : 
you'll have no more doogh-nu's nor mince- 
pies till you take it again 


REDUCTION or STOCf . 

The flra ofHABTSHOBN, HALL U WOODS 
karlnc bMa dlaaolrsd, and w« bavtag foroMd a 
eopartDerahIp for the eooUBoaaoe of Ito Vualneaa, 
will a«ll at 

VARY LOW PBIOBS 

FOR THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS, 

te Btaka a redaetien of ateck. 

• — i — '-^ We haee a Ctv HMre 


■BAVlf AKif BUKMBTS 

At $8.O0 •aoh. 

— ALao— 

LINKN8BEKTS 

At $1.60 tftbb. . 

' ' ' ■- -.'. .) ' ..;,. — AMO— 

BfiB4lPA8T COVBtS 

At $2.00 eftoh. 

Togetker with a Urge atoek of 

Uhoice Dress Gkibds 

«onalatlng of 

SILKS, THIBET8, fOPI.IMS. ALfACAH, DE- 

LAIXKS, TAM18K OM>THH, UUKKM'D 

CIA>THH. KEI'B, UOK.VTHKA 

CXUTUd. etc., txc. 

Alao, a large atock of 

CUOAKS and CI1OAKINO8. 

— ALfO— 

Honiekeeplng and White Ooods, 
and Flannaln. 

■ALL 4 W<N)II8, 

OABLETON BLOCK. 

^ 13 8 MeniMa ck Street« 

Albbbt B. Hall . - 

Cmas. U. \Voouir~^ ; ~]aaMttr 


NOT EXBAU3TE0 YET! 

Xotwlthatanding to manr ware made happy by 
recviviiiK Chrintmit* (jifia from tba choice aaaorl 
mmaMttgASCY UOOLtd at 

KlffOWLKS fiUOfl', 

114 MEKRlmACK RTREKT, 

tbey atlll hare on hand and Intend to keep the beat 
aaauruoent of 

P'ANOY ARTICLES 

that eaa be found in I.nwell or eielnity, coaalat- 
Ing of 



Elegant Writing Deaka, Work Boiea, >lbuma. 
He oldn't ^^»r\tu\\o», rurt«monalea. Kant, tlpera Ulaaaea, 
' Kanry Comba. Litdti-t' Compaiilnna, l^tdiea' and 
fur he resumed bit subscription that after- '4«nU' L>rraaliig Caa^a. Ilandkvrchler and Olove 

I Bona. Crlbl>iig<^ and Checker l<oar>U, Cheat nfn 
"''""• and l>iNnliioea Walrh ami Cigar HUndt, I'ockal 

TnB Boston Allf, Adttrilur ^., jfc. «-"•'/- ^^ Caa... wiU. a «u. ..* rua.ut of 

only lartce paper in that city which did not, | Scotch Piatd Goods, 

on the decline of paper after ita first rite, rmbrellaa. Oenu* Canet. Trunka, Valiaes and 
ra/1.... :i. ........ r. _ « . . .L . Carpel Bagt of thfir own mnnufacture, and the 

reduce Its price from 6»e to three cent*, eery be.t a«aor mint of Ladica'Xurkey Moroeco 

The Adveriitr kept up ita price, .nd T'""*'""* ""••••**• "*• 
now aees the adtanlage of it, and Ihe 


DEAFNiiSS. 

WItb •vary Dlaaaaa wbtoh te> 
ftats the Human Body. 

DKAnrXSR.JVMt^t <» '*• '^ead. l>f.«(U.»,<>V«a 

TJt^I^P^*"' '*«»^ A>e»,-/xMiV Mair', 
tht AtSaey*. ComMsmtiom. UrmfM, IMn, /Vr«/g- 
*U, with all and «v^■rl diaraae which iufeata lha 
Dumau body, cured cffcriualiy by 

Mrs. M. U. BKOWN** 

HBTAPI YMCAL DI81: OVBBY ! 

^BIOB $4.00. 

I 410 Arch alreet, I'biladclphla, 
Orncaa I U IVmberlon tiqiire, Hottun, 
. ». . « * »4 l«""4 firwl. New York. (Af 
ur May I. >o. »1 Bond al„ two doora Irom Bow- 

Froni a llffe of atndy, obaerra- 
tlon, and ciprrlcnca, and years, 
"'practical appllcMlion of my 
" Mtriaphyalral Dimuvery " on 
lliouaaiida of <ll«raa<-<1 mm, wo 
mrn ami rhildraii, I hava Jiitlly 
coine to Ihe eoncluaioii that vv- 
tfjf family In lha laml,whowl«h 
to M.t rid of diaaaae and keep It 
al bay, muat have my MrUphy- 
tieai Ulacovery alwayaon hand. Ilia a certain 
preventive againat ditvaae. It alto treaU and de 
alroyt Ihe eauae of diaraiwi, eontequently Iherf- 
feola die, Ix-Klnning with Dvahieaa, Catarrh, Uheu- 
mnilam. NvuralKlH, with avary diaeaaa man, wo- 
man or child ia heir lo. 

It it the oniv tafvguard ag«intt Cholera. It 
cleantea every tewi-r of lha human body, hardens 
the flfth, and purlflft the blood. In oonacqumca 
of the attove larla, I have tliia day reduced lha 

J rice, ao aa to leave do barrier io the way of the 
la«aaed. 

The package ronalala of three botllea, one uted 
for the Kvvt, one for the K«rt, 'and one fur the 
Hralp. Thcte three work in conjunellon, paaaing 
Into the tyalrm by ab«orptlon,thu8 kllllnf the very 
rout of the diteaae, which la in a tpceiflc locality lu 
Ihe hrnd. 

My klelaphytieal Diacorerr It packed In a neat 
woi>den caac, and will be deapaiched lo any p rt 
of the world on rect-ipt of the price, which wlllke, 
from Ihia 26lh day ut .November, told at f4.uO p«r 
parkHKt', or thrt-e parkaKca. $10.00. 

Celi-brsled Poor llichnrd'a Kye Water. Large 
tize, $1 per bottle , or alx boulea for $&. Ismail tice 
M cenlt. 8c Ip Uenov.ilur gl, or alx boltlaa for 
t-S. 'I'he roediciuet can be obtained through your 
drugfiau. 

Care of CaUrrh, Aathuifi, Sic, 

.Tuly IS, ia«4. 

IfR*. Cheevkr, retldlne at No. «t2 .\llen ttreet, 
Boalon, aaya: "I bare been roubled for four 
yeara with tore throat. For two yeara I auffered 
with catarrh and sreat dixalneaa in my head, al 
muat c.iualiiv me lo fall. I aulTrred greatly with 
aathinn. it t>eing hereditary in the family. I waa 
diaeaaed all over. I could not go where there waa 
any dual. I had great paint In my head and neck, 
I have tuiTured much with cold feet.- The bonetin 
my neck were drawn out of place with Ihe aalh 
ma. and my Ihrnat looked like raw heef. After 
applying lo varioua phyalciana and obUIng no re- 
lief, I linally applied to Mra. M. O Brown, hy 
whoae inedlclnea I havo been ao much bcnelllled 
thiil I am now like another womaim Formerly the 
leaal expoaure gavu me cold; I cofld not galutba 
door with my head uncovered without an Mtlaek 
of the aathma. My aathma la now entirely gone. 
My caUrrh liaa w holly dlauppeared. I fell weak 
and languid for many yeart, to that I waa a bur- 
den lo mvaelf. The. coldiieaa of my feet haa dia- 
appearetl, a:id I feel a general circulation throush 
my entire ayalein, cauaing me to'be, aa fSrmerly, 
full of alrenirth and vlvaclly, and can attend lo 
bouaehold duliea at well at ever 1 did In nty life." 

For aale by F. k. K. BAII.EY, tuccettort to 8. 
Kidder, Jr. a Co., cor. Merrimack and Johnttt: 
C. It. KIMBALL, Wyman't Exchange; F. II. 
BOTI.KK a C<»., cor.tJenlral and Jackton alreeU, 
and all DruggltU. ap decBdft fly 

HUNNEWELL'S 


liliY GOUDJ!^ 


AT. •• '^_ 

MBIBS k TllCKErs, 

Crteio. Bi^k, ,34 Merflmacl* M. 
BABOA7Na IN DBT GOODS. 

60 Pt. Black ALPACCaT, M) eto. to %t W. 

»«,*.Wd " , a»^»^,^ _ 

'*»»• • "«n., 7»cu. 

100 I-. PLAID POPUITB. Tte, worth tl. 
»pa.TII|BBT8,all,hadet. . > 

«» pt.ALL WOOL POPUNB. 
100 p.. MOURNINQ GOODS, fin. oaality. . - 

BALMOUAL HKlfcT8, a full ..aortmeni, 
DOMESTICS and FLANNELS la every earlatf. 

CLOAH I CLt#AKNI CLOAKS 1 
BEADY MADE AND MADE TO ORDM. 
Wo employ an esperiencsd cotter, and make to 
•rder aay atyla dealrad. v 

MAMtrACTOKT. 

Bcom Mo. 11 (Rrltto <'lorb, 

•«*'^ MEIIBIMACK STH&IT. 


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. :-2JiEi^-^^'^H^ * "^ '^*'*** 


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fsa 


" * * {.heart and Bolitora. 

*»haw juai reeelTod aa ataorUbMtof flsr 


^RADhKH" 4110 MKiHiKirr 

INSURANCE COmPANT. 


C. B. COBim.V, 
L. U. MOWS, — 
THOM.VS NK8MITH. 
II. HOSFORD, 
ti. W. BTICKNBr, 


DiaacToaa : * 

D. 8. KICIIARDSOir. 
EDWAKl) TUCK. 
LEVI Sl-KAOUB, 
ISAAC PLACE, 
B. r. BUBRMAk. ■ 


Cash AaeoiBt 
Malual Urpartmeat, 
Hiock DepnriMeatt 


•iM oaa.is 

$ 60.003 7ft 
$ 9S,0M 43 


The claimt for thtt valnabia 
!•>« If p 11 are beyond 
thai of any other in uae. A 


Wa altn wlah the public to remember that If 
they would have Ihe I.ATE.ST HTVI,K8 and 
BKisT tjU AU 1 lEa of Ladiea', Ueou' aud Child 
rru'a . 

Boota, Shoea and Bubbera, 

they can alwayt And them at 

No. 114 MerriMock Itreet* 


Maihk LtGliLATCRF. Thia bo^ met 
yeaterday and organised as followi ; Pres- 
ident of the Senate, Wm Wirt Virgin, of 
>^orwa>i for Sectelary, Thomaa 1'. Cleave*; 
for Aifistant Srcretarj, W. 8. Clarke, of 
SangerTilie^; for Speaker of the Houte, 
James .M Sto.ne, of Kennebunk ; for 
Clerk, Franklin Drew, of Fort Faitfield ; 
for^ Aaeislant Clerti, Sumner J. Chad- 
bouVne, of Dixmont. UoTcruor Cony 
will be inaugurated to-day. 


other papers, which did reduce, are talk 
idf of raiting again. At Ihe present 
price of white paper newspapers cannot 
be afforded at leas than five cents sing,le. 

'IBB Tnhunt says, " wool, d^pring the 
last two or three years, has bought «■ 1 .^..^ ^^,„ ^^^ ^ ,,„^^ ,^, ^^ j, ^,^ 

eeptionally high prices ^ften tl per warranted Jk>ou and 8hoaa. All ef which tkajr 
^ , • , . , , ' sell at Um 

pound for a good article— yet wa bear that . «_,„„.„ „ . „ 

r m J LOWEST MARKET PRICES, 
very many farmera have still one to tbreo 

years' clip on band which they haven't L.ADIBS! 

yet been able to get enough for. Be -and* ', ^* ^^^ t° '■" yo"' MtenUoo to oar atoek of 

by, they wid be telling it for fifty or aix'y ' Ha^IB WOBK, 

cents per pound, and wo sba'a't bo abed- which include* Bark Bandt, Wigt, Front Pteeea, 
A.^m f h. iSe.i i..e. " I '^<'" '*•**• WaUrfali Cothloiia, lUU aod Mica 

ding Ibe first tesrs. yuS; etc.. ete. 

SUME fellows robbing a hen-roott in P. 8.-Tnjnfct. Vallaet. Umbrellaa and Pi 
Winaiead, Ct., lound, wben they went to "P*'"** « •'•ort noiiee. 


Ft^LEcrrici 
p*i.i.^ . ^1 

tett of them will not only prove thie. but the great- 
er error of Orlping which ha* heretofore been 
called (Jh^ aater The -UIICClIO PtLL • 
never require over <iro, and aeldom but one for the 
doae, act on Ihe l>oweia without the tlightmt yrip- 

I ing, a point of the greateal ImporUocc, partlcular- 

<f ly in 

Chronic Conalipation, 

For which Uke a 8i-<||ia Pill every, or every 
other night. They never produce debility, aod 
Care ImJ ge* Ua. i y-pes*la Head Arbe, 
Liver aad aidwer <'-eni|iUiatt.Pli« ,W.raia, 
Leaa ml ar la^wrliiaa al lha Blaad, Liaaa ai 
Aepetite, aad all DjeaageBtaia al aawelt 
or ^tanarli. 

av Pold by all Wholetala and Retail dcalart la 
Medicine. 

JOHN L. IIUKNRWKI.r., Proprietor, 

PRACTICAL CHEMIST, 

coMsiicaciai. wHaar, 

Boaroiv, Maaa. 

Phytlrtant or IValara aopplled In ttuUc. Formu- 
' and full Teatlmonlalt totbla Urtat AMtt^ JH- 


trial on aueh a ebarge 


A Bar aaaMd Jeaopb Orebard . of Sontb- 
pert, Me^ was abot laat woali by ihedis* 
ehafgaof a gun la the baoda a( aaotber 
^^\0ft aamed Breqa^od bo died whMe aa- 
forgoing aa eporatioa, tba ball aataiiag 
Wa head. •* 


copper coinage ovat tl03 fK)0. 

Ta^Waabingioo special of the Osaimer. 
rttaar aaya Speaker Colfaa looms 
op aa Ibe Rapabiican candidate lor tbe 
■eat Preaideaajr. He ia regarded by tbe 
leaden aa tbo waom, available and pepolar 
man of tbo party, and woald be a stiooc 
oaadidata. 


Wa n*ver could associate a bsM head 
with anything had. There it sovh a 
parchment guarantee ol bonetiy atoul a 
denuded head, that it has shed off the re- 
fleciion of blame as the bevelled deck of 
an iron dad theria off the fiercett halls, 
the brighter for b>-inc lf»oc>i^. if for a 
moment reflectiun had glanced at one. 
We bave endeavored trt recall ibrougri a 
(umewbat icigiby ezpenenrr, bald heaUs 
• hit have been the heMilt of olTence, or 
even colla'erals. hut in vain Yuur bald- 
headed people are f«>r tbe most part jolly 
peOi'le, unctuous wilb good nature bearing 
no malice, reapetlahle hxadt of families, 
who are aeen SundMya at the head ol tbe 
pew in Boaie reapectabl** church, where 
'he bald head glisieiit in thei »Uni sun- 
b*^aina like a moon. ('uaila aayt of bnid 
hea<la that they »e< m lo him at il many 
hleatinga had (.illen on them and g4enred 
' ff taking the hair with them, and lie 
never teea una without wishing to wriitt 
his name on it. W'e have fe;t ibe same 
■iispotilion '- . , Bui we have lound an in- 
-tance lately where the unbroken f«m>i of 
■he bsl'l heads baa been diaturb-d, though 
this one intlance is but toe exuepiion t* 
tne eicellent rule. An individual nf da- 
cajed genteel appeaiancr came in tbe oth- 
er day and in a tone ot embairaasment 
aaked for Ibe loan of t'xxty cents with 
which to eke out the price of a ticket 
•omeabero He wss unfortuoate, be aaid, 
that hia friends were out ot town, aa un- 
douhiedly they were, and they were denied 
tbe privilege ol belpixg him. It was a 
small tum. and it would rome back so 
toon we need not know wr had loatied il 
— oiily loaned, miod ; his pride wat such 
he could not Itke it as a gilt We as 
tared hini there bad been several intisne>-s 
of like nature, where tumi were borrowed 
of us snd like proioiaes msde, wben, re* 
moving his bst, be said, in a tnn* of al« 
moat sepulchral fotemidty, ''Do I look lik$ 
a rogutf " Mis head waa bald, reeaaling 
the broadett t>enevolence. and the organ 
of cnnaclenlioutneta over hia eara aluck 
oot like Ibe two rala in a lady'a eoiffure. 
Ibia waa the argHnua/wm ad erameaon. 
there waa no more ua in trying lo con- 
tend againat that bald bead than there 
would h9 against that of a haltering ram, 
aad the deaired funds came out. Had he 
atked for la ice as much it would have 
been the ssma, because of that bald hea<). 
We regret to aay for the ditcredit of that 
ao long revered, that the money haa not 
beoo returned. — Bo$to% Saturday OaaiUt. 


go out, that the door had blown lo and j 
fattened ihem In. Tbe criea of lha bens! 
alarmed the proprietor, who rcleaaed tba \ 

fellows upon their paying $U. w 

a 

Thr water drinkers of Chicsgo are 
di»giitled by the invationa of myriads of 
little fithes in the water pipes. Tons of 
Ihem are collected about the inlet, and | 
cannot be driven away. At times tbey 
are drawn by tbe pumps in tueh mstses 
a(;ainst the screens that the supply of wa- 
ter it Slopped, when it beoomes necetsary ** ^. , 

. . ' ... BOT«dtf 

to boiat the screens, and tbe minnows rush • — — ^ 

in b> the bairel lull. I Perry'a Moth and rrecKie Lotion 

A Ji;kT in Emcz County last week, re- ' 9'"»"7'". «"• ""ihratch. (ai«. called f.ivert|K>t.) 

J , '««»,.. and l>entli(o, or Freckle*, are often very annoying' 

turned a verdict of ^519 against Wm. paniruiariy to i.Adittof light eompieiion.fur th« 

. , . n diarolored apot* chow more plainly on the face of 

Merritt, SUperintenJailt of the Button a blonde than of a brunette; but they Krentlymar 

and Mane k.ilroad, in a suit brought by l'nr;r:i^";m^'rthe":t7/f;r^^^^ 

J w Br«:ket,. for causing him to b. sr- j ?rr.'rrpEHKY:wL'\':i^\;':drdi'a;:i:;:?;x 

rested without a WarianI for refuting in !••"" a *p«clally, ha* dlacovered a new remedy for 

* theae dlacolnralbma, which la al uoc a prompt, in- 

fallible and harmlet*. 

Prepared only liy B. C. PERRY. Dermatologitt, 
No. 4» Bond *tre>-t. New York, and for tale by all 


K1IOWL.es BROS, 

If a. 114 Merrimack lUeet. 

Lowell. Jan. I, IWa. janldly 

FOUK TH V ISIT. 

Dr. H. A. OAKS, 

OF ALBANY, N. Y., 
Will make bit fourth vlail at Lowell, at the 

AMEEICAN HOU2iB, 
MONDAtr, Jaaaary tStf, 

Tt;eavaT, Jaaeair <m* 

V. B.— All lettcra of Inquiry mntt be addrttaad 
H. A. OAK»i, M. D.. 
BosBTT Albany, N.Y. 


pay bit fare. Judge Wilkinnn iimnedi 
aiely ordered the verdict lo be aet aside 
on tbe ground that tbe damages were ex 
cessive. 

Thkhe are two ateamera, three aliips. 
fojr barques, one brig and sit «cbooiiers 
on Ihe stocks ai Newbury port — siateen vea 
aeU iu «|l, wiib an aggregate of over 12.- 
000 tens. 

IHK Stv York Herald aaya that the lo. 
aal lax levy ot that " tight litils island ' 
for 186j, was $18 203 952, or fire millions 
more than the whole annual eipedditu re 
of the Unititd Stntca Ooverument under 
John Qiir.cy Adama. 8"ineof our not 
very old men can remember tbe " hue an|] 
cry'' that was raised about the •• ritrava- 
gance and corruption " ot Ihe younger 
Adama. I 


A MAW in Unity, N. H , lately aoaeded 
from bi« wifa, bacanae aba aaad a pound 
of taa a week. 


riOHTINO JUE: Or Vba Fortnnei of a RUff 
OIBoer. A tUtry of the Rebelliili. By Oliver 
Optic, author of^ "The ISoldier li<f," "The Boat 
Cfub," «o. Boalon : Lee a UhepiSd. 186S. 

This It the hub volume of t aeries pub- 
iitheil a* " Army and Navy Sttriet." ant- 
ten by William 1'. Ad^mt, sho it best 
knowo at " Oliver Opiic." \fe venture, 
oolhiog when we aay that no Volu'aes for 
yootb have met with a largtr sale than 
those written the past ten ymrs by Mr 
Adsma They posaess resi mirit They 
inculcata cfcelient moral priiciplOs, are 
ptirioiie, and all livt-ly, iniereaing and in- 
atruativa. The hook before nl Is a sequel 
lo a fermir voloma ( and akbough the 
first title would load to Ihe belief that iba 
famous Uen. Hooker figures a« Ita hero 
aueh is not strictly the ease, (hough un 
doobtedly many incidents in that offleer'a 
life are praaented in Iheaa ptgoa. The 
book ia ia no roapeot inferior io thoae 
whiah bave prsaadod it, anii will on- 
doobtedly ha|aw|d«dy road, ^areata in 
Lowalfat^IV^i 
rimaak Street. 


»ggcsball'a,Ni. Al Btr 




dmsglalt. Price, 9.' per bottle. Call for 
PKltKY'H MOTH ANi) KRKCKLK LOTION. 

For further Information addreat Dr. B. C. PEB- 
RY, 4» Bond ttreet, New York. 

WKKK.-4 a I'OTTKU, ITu Waahington atraet, 
Boaton. wholeaale Agent* for Maatachuaetu. 

A lao for aale in Boalon by OE«>. C. (lOODWlN 
k IO., 3« Hanover alrecl, and M. S.BDllR k. CO. 
as Tremont tireot. tp aepiaudftfSm 

BROWir H, AltOBR, 

ATTuKMBTa AND COVNilRI.LOKB AT LAW, 

Maatur't Balldtag. Central atraet, 
At.raant R. Raowa, I 

KDwta A. Ataaa. J LOWBLU MARS. 

aar* AL legal botlnaat aseeaiad with pn>mplaaat 

tB<< ditpaich partlooiarh the oolloeiieo d'all daiau. 

t A. U. 8RU W S. Oimmitaioner lor A\^\m qi Vormont. 

R. A 4LUr.lt, Noury I'ubiio, aod Crnoilatioaae 

inr4ha siaiaa of Maw York Cuoatetlont aod Maine. 

B. A. ALOBILaallcontad Claim Agent and Attor- 
ney, will proDplly Mi«D<i to tba oollrstiao of 

l*riBe «oaey, HMck i*a*, Uonatlea, 

Ihaobtalaiag af 

Wldowa* Penaiona. Utolhera* Poaaioaa 

and Invttlld Penaioaa 

In ihoea aatltlad lo tiiam of iha Dniiad RlalsiL aad 
all oiliar alaiwa agaiaat the taaaa Ikat wair ba aa- 
raatad to his. '.aisetr 

ITOHI ITOBI ZTOBr 

^CRATCH! ^CKATCBI SCKATCMl 
Wheaton'8 Oiotmcnt 

W^LL CD^R THK ITCK 11 48 11 IIR<. 

Alao cnrea HALT R1IR0M, Ul CER8, CHIL 
BLAIN8, andall EltUPTIO.Vg OF THE 8KIN. 
Price W cenlt. For tale by all druggttu. 

By tending no eon U to WEEKS* Pt>TTBR, 
Sola Aganu, 170 Waahington atraet, Boalon, it will 
b« forwarded by mail, free of noataga. to any part 
af the ITnliod HUtea. »■ — • • *w 

. 0«t. tk. !••}, 


v^opmtHt sent on demand 
Janl [4apl 


dflB 


n. L. Sl W. w. IWAM* , 

DENTISTS, 

a aaa a aa^laga Baak BalMlag 

Introdnnaal Vulcanised Robber in ISaa. Bait ol 
Teeth made l<y UiaiD at thai time have baaa worn 
jontlanlljr ilooe with grant talia>aeti>.n, and the Vul- 
saolta It unimpaired, iw durability h vlng bean oon- 
UrtnM. We have uaod It Ihe pretenl yeei In more 
baa one hun<lrcid eaaa*. aad eau auw raeoainteed il 
elth rail confldeoon. 

Wa are aMltlled tnat Uiare ara but few parson* 
eearing (nil aeU ol Teeth oa MeUlie Piaiaa, however 
atlafactory thay may ba, whoae oomfori would aoi 
irumoied with a talon the Vulcaalto. 

#•> At our racilltlaa are not eioelled. wa loraith 
Teeth at vary moderate pricea, and nartont ofliiallad 
aMaiiu may obiala ibem oa laroit laat will ba taUt- 
artory. 

Teeth Rsirsetad wlihont pala with Laeghlag Oat 
>r MItrovt Oiyde. 

Lowell. 'Hslobert.ltaa. aelidU 

J. Vf. UJtlOQKa, 

COFFIN WAREHOUSE, 

19 PreacoH Rireet. 

OOFFINa OABCrrs aad KOBBB of every daawla^ 
'.ion oonMaaUy on hand, mads of tkt betl maianal 
an d lata at i>ailariia 

aV Kverytbing eonnaeted with tba BaaagaaMat 
>r Kuneralt promplli attended to. 

Raaldeooo. No. II rouith Blraal, Oaatralvllla. 

l>owell. Dee. *S. ISSS. an daeSadU 

THK CKKIT KKIJLISH RKIEOY. 

BIK JAMaca OLAKKVa 

3£L.BBBATilD PXIf ALB PILLS. 

/VtfMred/Vyiw a frticripUum ^ Btr J. Otmrkt.M. B 
Pk|W<c«aa fatraonttaary I* iA« Qacta. 

Tbit lovkiuahlo iaa<lleine t nnltlling in tqe euro 
>l all ihote painfnl and daaseroat ditaaaaa lo wbleb 
the female oondliutlon la tublaet. It aMdaratat all 
aMoaa and rawovet all obttruejona. aad aafieady 
euro may je -ailed on. 

TO MARRIBD LADIBB 
Il It poeuliarly tultod. Ir will. In a afeart Uwa^ briag 
•n the monthly period with ragnlarty. 

F.ach bol le i>rla« Oae Dollar, bear- lbs Oovem- 
nent biamp of Great Brltala, to peaveat aoaatar- 
felta. 

cAUTiotr. 

ftum PtUiihtuU aef ktlafcra »y ftaaaltt 4«r«ai 
" rtMT TBKMM MOXTHS */ yrfm 


iAtgare tare Is ^rin0 ta JKttarrt^t ; ftaf al aay 
«<A«r ttaM tlUf art la/c 

In all oaaa * of Norvout aad BplnarAflbetloaa, Pala 
a tbe Itaok tad Limbs, Fatigue on tllght Merrtioa, 
PaiplUUoo of the Beari, llytUriei, tnd Wkitat, 
theta Pilit will •ffbet a euro wbaa all oth«r seant 
ha\ a Ibllad : and althaagh a pewarfttl ramady. do not 
ei.a«a>n iron, oalnmal, aaiiweay, «r anylhlag barl- 
(ul in lha oont'ltuUon. 

Pulidiiacilona In tba pawpblet aroaad aaeb paek- 
iga, which anauld be earaftillv praaarvaa. 

tola Aeanl Ihr the IJnItad Blataa and Canada, 
JOB MOMRB, tt ConrUaad atrarl, Itew York. 

If. B.~$\nO aad S poataga aUmpt eneloaed ta 
•ny authoiited Agnni, will Intnrea boliK eoataln- 
lug 80 P<lli hy return mail. 

Mid bf r.d g BA ILK r, luoeettert te B. E Mdtr 
Jr. a Co., ouruar f i aarriBiaak ana John atraata. 

Deemnimr 4. ISf6 an da<ai«Aflv 


ap 


oelUd**tl7 


D. W. WiGflT, 

Daaltr la Vleat <'l<at (oak atoiraa #sr €mmi 
aad Weed. 

Parlor llaraa for Oaal and Weed ; Oaat Iron 
llnhi. Copper Pump*, I^aA Pips, a«., eonauntly 
on hand. Alto, Manufacturer aad l>eaiar in Una- 
par. Tin. and Mboet Iron Urns. , 

Paaipe repaired, and Job watt af all klada daaa 
la a neat and tatltfaeiory laaaner. 

Alaa agent tor ilia ealebratad BaaS iaralng Coal 
■lova,tkeOKIEirrAL, which will keep Are longer 
than anv other eaal ttova witboat replenlahing. 
Call aad osaailfia bofire parakaaing alaewbers, 

fro. ai MWPtMSJur .^rmMMr, LOWBJ.h. 


I ADim' AJfpjBBirrii pRBaanra OAraa 


«ae«atebr KlTOWLBfl BROa, 


THE ONLY HBLTABLK REMEDY fbr 
Dark Bpou upon the Face it Pcaar'a Moth and 
Freekle txtilon. Bold by draggltta every where.— 
Week* & Poller, 170 Wa*hlngtoii ttroet, Bnaton. 
Wholetale Agenu for Maaaaahutettt.' Alao fbr 
aale in Boaton liy Oeo. C. Qoodwin aco., aa Han- 
over ttreet, and M. H, Burr k Co., M Tremout at. 
BoptSO ■ so dtaat 

DR. MATTT80N, of Provldenaa. trsata etela 
ttvely all ipeclnl dUoaaaa and aeelaenta rotulting 
from Imprudence In both teiet, giving them hit 
trhole atlmtUtn. Dr. M. ie a thoroughly educated 
phyalclon of over iwantv yeara' ei|>arlence, bear- 
ing the hlfhett teitimonlal*, and undoubtedly pot 
teitc* *nperlor iklll In that daat of diteaaet lo 
which he haa devohid ao mneh lima and attention. 
Peraooa at a diatanee, aud ladiea eapoolally, hav- 
ing any trouble of the kind, ahonid ba aure and 
eeneult bim. See advertlaemeut of hia Svrt Rmm 
«dletfor SpteUU DUtatei, In tbla paper. 

lani sp dkfly 

BATUHBLOR'8 HAIR OTB t 

The Original and Beat In the World I The aalf 
iraa and parfaet Hair Dye. Harmlaaa, Rallabl 
and Inttaatanaoua. Prodneaa Immedlauly a aplen 
did Black or nataral Brown, withont lq|arlii« the 
halrortkln. Itantadiea th« ill alfcataof bad dyet. 
SaM by all PraHtata. Tba gMirtae la atgaad WU 
Haea A. Batehelae. Alao, 

RXOXintRATmO BXTBAOT Or.JtILU( 

for Baatarlng and Beaatifying tbe Hair. 
OUAULKB BATCUBLOR, Vaw Toaa. 
aaglT i ««atly 


In the MtrruAL, Dwelllnga, Fumitara and Farm 
Property are Inaured. Policy holdera aharo In tba 
protlla. 

Ill the Sroca, the aame kindt of Property, alao 
Store*, Merchandise aod other property not eaira 
haiardntia are taken. 

The Company ha* aUadily gnlncd In eaah asaeU 
and in the amount of dividend returned mutual 
poli'iy holder* during ihe laat ten yeara. Ownera 
of property in Lowell and vicinity are invited ta 
apply at thia Home Offlce, where inauranoe can ba 
effected with the leaat trouble, and the grealeet *a- 
eunly and economy, tio poUcyoru$tignment/ttt 
eeer cAiiryed at ojfce. 

O.lica— \a ar Oairal at-eet. Law U. 

c. B. ooBtmir.'rrM't. — 

K. K. SHERMAN, See. ' 

Springfldld Fita and Marina Ins. 

«'o , 
Maasasoit Ina. Oo.;* 
(Morria lua. oo., '^ 

"tata Life Ina Co. 

t. F. SHERMAir. Agaat. 
Intorance will be effectad to any daairad naiiiOal 
on ordinary or epoclal baaardt. 

Lowell. Jaly », ISa*. iFlt^ 

I.OWISL,L. 

4UTUAL.FIRE INS. COMPANY 

incorporated 1832. 

Wt BIBEB OONFIMBD TO TBB OITT Of LOW 

BLU 
OUlaa (Maaaar'a Black) 4B Oantral 


i. C. Abbott. 
Jona Tylar, 
Banaom Head, 
A. K. Brown, 
John Neaaltb. 
Oeo. Btavena, 
• Wm. B. Livlngatoa, 
Wm. P Braaer, 


Biaaoeoaa: 

Wm. H. Wiggl^ 
Abrtm Fraaek. 
J. E. FaUowa. 
aiden B. Batirtah. 
Joalab 8. Bewa, 
Chaa. A. Htott, 
Jacob Robhina. 
R. B. Pateb. 
J. E. PBILOWB, Praaldaek 
JAMBS OOOB.Sacr«lary. 

TbIt Company continnat to Intore tba aaftr elaaa 
•r I roperly In tba city.ef Lowell only By ao dolaft 
hey have no Ageola t» pay, oo travaUlag azpaaaaaw 
10 poataga. therefore oo riakt tikaa by Aaaala, bat 
r. under the partonal tntpaotion and approval ol the 
LNraelora. Bbould loaaet oeenr, tbery are Wtthla Ika 
inowladga of every membar ot the Ooatpaav. 

laaniaaeeoflbetad In Lllband fltnnk and aoa Mw> 
aal Fira laaaraaaa Otaipaalea. 

abi<dtv aa JAMoa OOOK. Agaat. 

V D LtA N IZB9 



DRa 0&AD17IW 

HAS for the laal tii yeart beea Inaottini 
Teeth on VctCANiSBo Rvaaaa, a aew 
'Daie>iai in Deutiatry, mucb lighter tban and 
tnperiov In many reapecta to uold or Bilver 
Plate. There it no ehance for any partlele 9i 
fnod to lodge under or around teeth inaertad oa 
chit material Tbnt tbe mouth is kept par- 
feetly clean and aweet. I oontidai it lanab 
better in mott caaea thantiold and 8ilvar Plate. 

1 have interted a large nnmber ef aela ob 
ihi* new material for pera na who formerly 
wore gold or tilver platet and I bavg yet to 
learz, of a tingle inttanee where they are not 
mush better pleated in every way. : 

Dr Oladwin takea tbia opportunity to aay ta 
peraont living at a dittance from Lowell, wha 
may re<)uire the aervieetof a Dentitt. that they 
will aava raoney by calling on him, aa be haa 
made aueh a aaDvoTioN from bit forser ralee 
that tbe expenae of the journey will ha bom 
than repaid. At tbe ^ame time he (par ataaa 
their work tone in the beat poasible atyle at 
the art. Hit lomo azraaiaMoaaa a Daatlat 
warranta bim in doing thit. 

The New Maohirbbt and other eitoaalre 
iapro*enianu whieh I have latrodnaad Ufeo 
my Laboratory, have enabled me to do wttfkat 
greatly aauvcsD raioaa. That parsons .of 
ami, I meant ean avail themaelveaof thia aaeat 
beneiic'al and ntefnl of artt 

ILT Teeth interted on Oold and .Silver Plate, 
and all other operatlont in tba way tt my pro* 
rgtqjcn done aa heretofoie. 

O'Teeih eitracied withont | «ia wltb 
Lavoniho Gas or Ni'roui Osyde. 

Oraieril to tbe Lowsll pkbllc for th^ laat SS 
yeara' patronage, the Doetct woald aoHelt a 
eontinuance of thettme. 

OFFICE IN OLAOWIN'R BLOCK. 

138 Mtsrrimaca i^treetf Lowell, Maaia 

81LAS F. OLADWIN. 

lanl d**tlT 


BBItlBF iM 'I'mn ^IMUTMB, 
BKYAN'8 

PIILNONIC WAFRIS. 

k« m»»t OTtmim aMTtpttdg resMdy ttr <fatttsi't< 

/be mil Mttattt of tt* Oh*$t mmd Lmmf. CbtMi>» 
(M4t, .4«MaM. Obatwaattwt. HrintktIU, 
•aa. Hretataaat, ZMewfl araaa 
f«V> likes nraat, m.. ae. 

Thaaa WAFRRB give taa noti latuniaaaoat and 
(Mrfent relief, aad whan paraeverad wltb aeeeidlagia 
I IraoUona. never fall to aflbot a rapid and laaiia( 
lure. Tboatandt hava bean raalorad ta parfeat 
aealth who have tried oiba' meant Is vala. To all 
Jlattei and all onnttltntlonai y are Sqaally a blaa> 
ting and a onra— none need dttpair. aa matter haw 
long the diteate may have esltlad, or however aa- 
rare it nuiy ba, provided the onianie ttmatnre of the 
rital organt It not hopjiaaaly deeayod. Every ana 
alRletaa aboald giva tbem aa lapariial trial. 

To VooALfSra and PtBLM BrsAsaM tbaaa Walbva 
wa peoollarly valoahls ; tbey wlB la oaa dafiw- 
aove the moat tevara ooeaalonal hntfttiieaai and 
Ibsir regular nta for a (aw dayt will, at all tlmaa, in* 


w aaai lha peaMr and 8axl*>lllty of tba votea, graatly 
mpmving Ita tone, Ampnea and elaarneta, for wblsn 
ourpoae they ara rarnlarly uaad by aaany pro! 
- vnca::<ta. 

JOB MOBBS.Bola Proprietor, IT Oortlaadl I 
New Torfc. 

ir Ixiwsllby F. * M. BAtLMT, aaeetiitw 
U ■■ ■ Mdar, It. A Co., ooraai aariioiaak aad Jaiia 
Stroat* 

Daoomher S. 18^8. 


mPOKTANT T« FKHAIalS. 

The ealebrated DR. DOW eontlnnea to devote 
hit entire time to the treatment of all diaiaaaea lo- 
eldant to the female ayttem. An eape r tewee af 
twafflythrea yeara anablea him to guarantee i 
dy and permanent relief In the leortt eatetot 
pr^uUm and all othtr Menttrual Dfrangtmnta, 
trvm mknttver aiuM. All letten for advlee maal 
oonuin $1. OOee, No. S EadleoU atraet, Boaloa. 

K. B.— Board fnrniahod to thoae wbo wlab tai«> 
main aitdsr traalmenk 

Boaton. June 11.18aa. laMdSUwfly 

To the l^adlf «. 

uae PBRBT'8 MOTH AITD FRBOKLI LO- 
TIOIT, whieb la at onea prompt, Infblllblo, ham^ 
lea*. Prepared only by Dr. B. C. Panev, 4t Bead 
atreet. New York. For aale by all Iniegltta. 
Priea, tl par bettto. Bead Ibr alreular. 

aeptsa ap Mfta 

a a I . ., I ■ I I I I „ 

WAITTMD, 

A HOUiXlf AID and a ITnraa Maid al M Ontlaa 
^ Street, eamet of MoaaaaatSauara. 
Lawall. in. Hih. iim. 


^ 


mour't eclvl.rated SheartaudMcl .artwbicb 
we are aelling at low piln a. _ 

FIELDINO fe BARTIETT. 
laaOaoUal atraet. 


Monk'a Vbuldara* Toola. 

A GOOD variety of MOl/l.DEnS' TOOLS for 
tale by KIKLOINU k BAHILK IT, 
- deeSI 136 Central atreet. 


lk% 


OHTKNHOI.M'S.Ward'a and nurkonahaw't 
J-orsKT ((/ri.tJlY—t flue aaaortmeni 


In ttQck and for talc by 

VlKlAHi 


decSl 


NO Ik PAltTI.ETT, , 
13a Ccntnil ttreet. 


. i£TNA UMSURANJE GO. 

Hartfrrd. Uonn. . 
IMOUKPOKATBD laiB. 

Capital ond Surplua M>1^MS<)'9! 

Hartford Fire Ins. Oo. 

Hartford. Conn. 
-ii-i^ IBOOaPORATBD IBIB 


Capital anil Surplus, |1.IOO,OUI 

\%ttk AMerieai Pire Ui. Co. 

Hartford, Conn. 
Capital and Surplus 9184,010,41 

Western Mass. Ins. Oo 

IMttitleld. Mtaa. 
Capital and Surpiaa aaa.tlZi.OOC. 

The above Companli|a write oa property aiai 
tow rated at other rrfaponaible oAeaa. POLL 
?IE.Sar.t»anon DWELLING H0U8BS ani) 
>.elr cuoteata, and CUURCUS8. for ONB oi 
FIVB yeara. 

MOASSKHttMKNT INANTCA8B. 
GBOKUe RIPL.asY, Agent. 
iaccesaorto tbe late A. J. RICHMOND 
Firat Nationiil Bank IfnildmK. 
Oot. 1. IK! ootldattf 


HICRJ*; OGBiE Ud ! 


rVO BDRIVT 


I 


DBOJDKER k CLAYTON'S 

lINSTKfcLS AND BIASS BAND. 

Tba Qraat Blava Troupa^ 
AT nUNTISOTOtf HALL, 


~ ' JAN. »th and Bth, I««t. 

riMIK aliove Troupe wi-re ULA FES prevtnua to 
I April IHth. 1M.^, In Macon, <li(>rKla, and aince 
hav« pcrf^irmcd lo the moat vnllKhtrnt-d awdiencr* 
In the Norlhrrn KlaU-t with iinnrcrvilciitcd auo- 
ccaa. TUUll AH, CLAYTON He UK 'KM, 

Proprielora. 
W. H. LER, Manager. 

R. II. BISUOP, Agent. 


Tl<'kc-tt 30 centt. lU-tcrvcd Seota M centt. 
Jaii3 dU 


BUMTZNGTOlff BAL&. 

Competition and Jmitatora Out- 
done 

By the fJigiuiUo And Famosa 

DUl'KKZ & BKNKUICT'S 

ni^hTUKLS km BRISS IIANDj 

Jutl returning from a 
BRILLIAIkT ANV aUOCKbaFUL, TOUR 

Through the 

Canadas and the Oroat West. 


A Coiiffh, told, or Sore 
Throat, 

aaottnEH imukdiate attbrtion and bhould 

BE cHEcaait. Ir aixiOwko to comtihue, 

Irritullaaai tba Laaga, a ParMaaeal Threat 

Aflaet aa. ar aa mcarmble Laag Diteate 

la OFTEM THE EEaULT. 

BBOWM'B BBOHOHIAXi TBOOHBB 

BATiaO A DIRECT IwrLtJEWCB TO THE FAJITa 
OIVE IMMEDIATE aSLIBr. 

For Browealtia, Aatiiaaa,Catarrh,Coit- 
aanaptlTe awd Tkrwat Dlte»aaai 

TBOCHCa ARE URED WITH ALWATa COOD aiiCCEaa. 

BINOBB8 AMD FUoIilJ BFBaKBBS 
will find TVocJbet naeful In clearing the voice whan 
taken before Singing or Speaking, and relieving the 
throat aflcr an unuiual exertion of the vocal or- 
gana. The TVooAcf are recommended and pre- 
acribed by Phyalciana, and have had teatimonialt 
from eminent men throughout the country. B jlnj( 
an article of true merit, and having prertd their 
efficacy by a teat of roany yeara, each year flnda 
tbem in new localitlea ffl varioua parte of tba 
world, and the TrocAttare univcrtally pronoun- 
ced hcttiT than other artlclet. 

OarAiM only " BKOWx'a Brohcriai, Tro- 
CREt," and do not take any of the IFortlUeft Imi- 
$alioa» that may be otfvred. 

Sold everywhere In the United fltatet, and ta 
Foreign Couiitriea. at 3& centt per bos. 

oct2& tp d*ktam 


PySITIVKLY O.NK XIGIIT ONLY. 

MONDAY, JAN. SIh, 

Introducing an entirely new and attrftctive Pro- 
gramme. 

Eleventh .^nnual Tour nf the Oreat Senaatlon 
Corpa of Ktiilupinn Artlat*, lha leading Model 
'I'roiipc of the \\ orld. The largcal and mott com- 
pleiu orgniiltation in exietiince, the reeiilt uf elev- 
en veara «-xpcrl»!nce. Palroiilzed by tiie fiuhlon 
ana clilu of the entire Contlnt-iit. 

l>oor* opvn at 4 3 4— corauieiice at 7 3-4 o'clock. 
Admiaaiou 35 cviil*. 

CIlAS. U. DUPBKZ, Manager. 

SAMI E/. PoWD, ( A „„_,, 

C«A«. Hloclm, i ^a"""- ManSdtt 


LOWELL HIGH SCHOOij AB- 
SUUIATIOM. 

raillD Annual Meeting of the membera of the 
■ Lowell lli|{h Bchool Aaaoclaliun will be hold- 
en at tho Coininiltre hoom, in Huntington Hall 
Bnlidlng.on TIlL'ltSDA V, jBn.4. 18ii«, at 7 I U 
o'clock III the evening. A full and punctual nt- 
leiidHiice iarequeated, a* anew l*rc*ldent, 6«(;re- 
tary and Treaaurer, for the .\^aoeiatlon. are to be 
oho*cn. .JOH.V II. McAI-VIN', 

Jaii3>i2t ijcc. and Treaa. L. 11. S. A. 


Franklin Coal, 

FUOM LYKKITS VALLEY. 
A cargo of thia celebrated COAL Juat received 
and for aale by W. E. LlVINUrtTO.N. 


Dovaudlf 


Ho. e Tborndlke alreet. 


A DALU rUK KVKIlIf IVOHnD. 
- DR. BIRfflmGHAm, 

NATIVE INDIAN PHYSICIAN. 

Ofllce, es CanabiMga Btrtet, Baeten, 

(ooaaaa or oaaMBaat traaaT.) 

MOIiOATB, TUBRDATR AND WBOIiB8DATa> ••!■ 

a A. M. lo i P. M. 

Biora epea froat « A. M. to t P M. 

BsamlaaUoaa aaana, rrooi t to fl P. M.. THI7RB 
DAT. FRIDAY ond BATUhDAY. when ha may b* 
fuaiid tl hit rotldenae on Tanner Street, lunollon u 
Ayer't New City ao^ Lowell Uallroad. LowelL 

July 17. laas. ivl7dti 


SMolalider'ii Fxtract Bncki 

Curea Kidney Diaeaaa. 
SMOLANOUR'H EXTRACT BUCKU 

Cnrea Ilheumatltm. 

BMOLANDER'8 EXTRACT BUCKU 

Curet Urinary Dlaoaact. 

BMOLANDER'ri KXTRACT BUCKU 
C'urot Gravel. 

BMOLAXDER'H K.XTRACT BUCKU 
Cure* Htrlcturea. 

Tbe BKPT Fluid KxIranfltrCKU now before 
the publlr. I* HMOLANIlKit'H. For all dUeaac* 
above, and for WK.\KVKH8 and I'AINH IX TIIK 
BAI,'K,KEMALK (MIMi'l.AlNTM. and dUorder* 
ariaiiig from K-VCEMHES OF ANY KIND, ill* 
BvrfrcUy I.SVAI.UABI.E. For aale bv all Apoth- 
acarlea everywhere. PRICK ONE lIULLAU.— 
TRY IT I TAKE NO OTlIKll. 

BuRi.RiiiM b Roo eaa, Wholeaale Drugglttt, 8e 
nanovvr atreei, T<o*ton, Oeneral Agenta. 

Januar y 1, IgM. Janldfly 

J. H. t^ILMAW, M. D., 

PHYSICIAN AND S11R6E0N, 

BTOifR Houaa, eor. Merrlmaelt^ and KIrlr treeta. 
ootaj LOWELL. MASS. dtf 


MAtlBIAQBS. 


LOWKLL DISPENSARY. 

I^HE Annual Meeting of the Lowell Dtapenaary 
for the choice of officer*, and for the tranaac 
tion of any other buaine** whirh may come before 
It, will be held at the Banking Room* of the Low- 
ell Inatitullon for Saving*, TUUKSLlAY, Janaary 
4, 18M, atSo'clock, P. \(. i 

OKO. J. CAKNEY, Sec'y, 
Lowell, January M, 1806. Jan3d3t 

St. Anne's School. 




» * • •*»»»mm»m% 


THE winter Term of thia School wiH begin on 
Ml>Nl>AY, January Sili, and continue twelve 
w«ek*. 

— TtJITIOR— 

EnglUh Branchet. 

Latin, French, (Jerman* Italian, (each). 
I'rawing .....«..........■.....■•••...., 

Water (;olort 

Oil Painting 

Ornamenlal Needlework 

Mu«lc 

Language* without the Engllah (each) 

Pupil' nol connected with the School, can 
tbe extra ttudie* at the liuit-named price. 

Applimiliiii for furtlier particular* and for the 
admiaaUin of puolia, mity lie, made al Mr. B. C 
HAUOEANT't) Bookatore, Merrimack Street. 

Lowell, Jau. 3, .aas. iaoSdlw 


....■•••. 


v • 
|8.00 

. 4-01) 
S.riO 

. 4.nn 

. 6.00 
, 2.01 
16.00 
, 6.00 
take 


SFZCSBa 

BUN AWAY, 

DURING the IToMday*. Men and Women, young 
afldolj.lothe M I-'UIII M ACK TK.-V HTORE, 
to pnri-'haau choice Tea, pure Old Java Coffee aod 
purabplcva. PLENTY MOKE LErT. 

No. 3 laerrimack Bouae. 

Oppodte the Monument. 
Jan3dtf 8. A. KICHAKDSON, Prop. 

LIFE insurance! 

To an intplltgent, energetic, retpontible man, al- 
TCOily acqunlnted with the linalnc*a, or who can 
readily learn how to conduct II, an AoElurr will 
be given to work the territory of Middleaex Coun- 
ty for the NKW ENUI.AND MUTUAL LIKE IN- 
bUUANCE ('(iMi'ANY, of Uonton, Me oUeit tn- 
ititutian of Ihe kind in this country. 

A Ch-riiymnn, or Teaclier, who it obliged to 
leave hia profettlon fur a more active mode of life ; 
or a competent buainei* man, wlioae aervire* do 
not hriOK htm a Inrge pecuniary return, nreaant or 
prnapeclive, would llnd it deeidodly for liia advan- 
tage to receive the iippoliitmenl. 

No one will be conalilercd *ultable for the poai- 
tlon but a man of al>illty and force, who can fur- 
ni*b the beat reference*. Apply, by letter, to 
JOHN .1. PUTNAM, Ucn'i Agent, 
' 267 Main atreet, Worceater, Maat. 

Jam 2, IRM. «p Jan2d3tawtf 


rpilK copiTMherahip of HARTSHORN, HALL ft 
1 WUOUtl ia thU day dlaaolved. by mutual cou- 


*cnt. 


KDWAKl) IIARTt>llURN, 
AI.IIKRT U. HAI.L, 
CHARLEii R. WUUOS. 


Tho bu*ine«t will be continned under tbe lirm 
name of HALL k WOOOH, we having formed a 
copnrtnerahlp for that purpoae. All peraona in- 
debted to the old Arm are requeatcd to make iin- 
niedinte payment to ua. Uritteful for tlie liberal 
pttro'inge given the former firm, we ruapectfuliy 
•ollcit a cuntluuoncv of II. 

ALBERT B. HALL, 

Jan2tf CHARLES R. WOODS. ^ 


CITY AND COl/NTY. 
Tburaday, Jan««af Aa.1800. 

The death or ElMIBA B. bTAMTOM, 

Tba following axtraot fron a latlar raeelv- 
ed lo-dajr, froin Mia« Uliaa, fivaa tba faott 
of the aad anaot:— 

"Mr. Blaka waa apandtng Cbritttnat 
trllb Mira and Ellea and propoaed to row 
tbem up to 8l. Pierra'a Craak. upon which 
tbeir houaa ataoda. Tba boat wai a mere 
oocklt) ahell. cooaidared very dangeroua 
by every one, but Mr. Blake penitted 
that it wai perfectly aafe, «nd tbouKb 
dear Mira waa very reluctant to ffl, and 
espreaaed much fear, ha overiulcd ber ob- 
jeciioiia. and abe <:oDtcnted to enlruat ber- 
aeir to hia care. Mr. Blake and Miit 
Ketnplon went lo aee iba Miaaea Knight 
at the Jaa. Wbalaj place, but Mira fell 
loo unwell lo go ao lar and remained with 
a colured wornaa wbo livea near Ibe 
Creek. 

ICeturnlng, tbe boat was loaided with 
four or five blanket*, aoma crockery in a 
basket, a can of keroaeoe oil, aod aeveral 
other articlea ia additioa |o Ibeir oira 
weight. Cbarlea Tboinpaon who livea io 
tbe bouae with Ibeoj, and of wboin you 
probably hatra heard, waa ao uaeaay about 
tbem, that be remained nearly tbe whole 
afternoon upon Ihe bank of Ibe Creek, 
back of 'ibeir bouae, and beard, tbeia a< 
tbey approached, lie had u^d all bit 
perauations to prevent Ibem from going, 
telling them ol tbe insecurity of the boaU 
He aaya he beard tbem talking and laugh- 
ing, aa the evaDiBg waa very atill, till 
within a quarter of a mila distant, when 
suddenly be beard screams and then all 
was over. He immediately took a small 
boat, and hurried to tbe spot, but alas ! 
nothing waa to ba aeen or beard of any of 
tbem wben he arrived there, and all be 


At a meeting of tbe Middleaex Meobaa- 
ica Attociali9n, beld on Tuesday evening, 
January 2, 1(142, tba following resoluttoaa ' 
were oflfered by }dr. Blanchard and were 
unanimoualjr adopted i — 

Our highly eateeme/l auociate aod dis- 
tinguithed (e'low-iiiistn. the ilonorabia 
Eliiha Huntington biving been removed 
by death since our last meeting, and bis 
long conneclion with this Atsooialion and 
his active aervioea in its behalf rendering 
it suitable that some memorial of bia worth 
sbdiilil be placed on our records Iberefuie 
UetolvrU, That we indiviilually and ra 
a body tbaru in the grief of thit community 
al the deal h of ona of our oldest residents, 
more widely known, perhaps than any 
other, and more frequently honored with 
bigh, but alwaya uniought |iublic trutta^ 
eminent in the meiiiciti profeision, con- 
spicuous as a benefactor and friend to tbe 
poor, ever actuated by a genero'Jt and en- 
iigbteneil public spirit, earneal in tbo fur- 
therance of religious, educitional and char- 
liable inslilulions, and identi6ed for forty 
years with many of the leading eott:rprites 
and interi'Sta of our city. < 

Iteaolved, That we cherish bis memory 
with affeclionate and erateful regard, aa 
for many years one of the mott influential 
members of thit body, the chairman of iia 
most important committees, waluhlul for 
its interests, sagacious in council, fruitful 
in wiio suggestions, prompt in the dis- 
cbarge of bis asiigned duties, uniformly 
courteuut and concilittory in spirit and 
urbane in manners and langusge, gracing 
the interviews of butineas and relieving 
its irkfoiueness by Ihe amenities which 
grew tpootaneou>ly from hit kindness of 
feeling, and causing bis removal to be de- 
plored as tbe loss of both a supporting 
pillar and an attractive ornament of our 
A'tociaiion. 

Resolved, That we tender to his sfUict- 
ed family and relatives the assurance of 
oar profound aympathf with tbem in tbeir 
heavy bereavement. 

K'juolved, That a copy of these resolu- 
tions be tranemiited lo them and published 
in tbe newspapera of the ciiy. 

TuuMAs F. Buiicus, Sec'y. 

Till CONi;ERT8 The concerts given 


found wat tbe sacks and bats of Ihe ladies by tbe Boston Orchestral Union, in the 
and Ibe overcoat of Mr. Blake; also the ! course of lectures under the auspices of 


boat upaide down. Alarm waa given at 
once and search waa made for them but 
nothing could ha found till tbU" morning, 
(Dec. 2Gfh,) when Ellen Kempton'a re- 
mains were lound at low tide upon the 
abore, where tbey bad drifted during tbe 
nijgbt. 

^ No efforts bave been spared for the re- 
oovery of tbeoibera, bat as yet tbey have 
proved unavailing. Thay will continue 
until tbey sncceed. I cannot tellyou bow 
much both Miu Ames and myaelf grieve 
for the loss uf our dear friends Mira and 
Kllen, for wa bad become much attached 
to each other durlag the paat aummer. 
We have tbe deepest aympaihy for yoa in 
your grief and realiie that words are of 
little avail in sueb a aorrow. We pray 
that you may be able 10 bear it. We 
shall do everything that loviug bands can 
accomplish and trust that you may feel 
that all baa been done that can be done in 
aueh circumatancea. We ahall bave the 
reisaina placed io natallio coifina, lor 
which we sand to Charleston, and bury 
tbam here in the burial ground of the 
Presbyterian Church, until we <»n hear 
from you. 

There is much difficulty now in procur- 
ing a paas upon the ateamera to carry tbe 
remains of friends, therefore, we think it 
best to await your decision. 

We are to send for Oen. Bueher, who is 


the Middlesex Mechanics' Association, 
yesterday afiernooa and evening, were 
eminently succes<ful and satlaraqtory. The 
afternoon concert was not as well attended 
as could have been wished, but in tbe 
evening, all available space waa occupied, 
and with lha eaeeption of a few young 
" sprouts" in the gallery, who think it is 
smart to make theroiielres nuisances, the 
audience was particularly quiet and order- 
ly. Too mucb cannot be aaid 141 praise of 
Ibe Orch'sslra. Tba programme was un- 
exceptionable, and each selection was ren- 
dered in a peculiarly beautiful and satis- 
faclory manner. We doubt if so large an 
audience, in Huntington Hall, was ever 
more thoroughly patiified. 

In contequence of tbe very great success 
attending these conceits and with a view 
of acaommodating very many who were 
unable to gain admission la«t evening, tbe 
Lecture Committee hava effected an en- 
gagement with Mr. Carl Zerraha. wbo 
will again appear, with his orchestra, at 
Huntington Hall 00 Wedoesd^ evening 
tbeSItt inst. As soon as arrangements 
are fully perfected, due notice will be 
given. 

The introduction of popular concerts, 
Into a aeriea of lectures, in our city, can 
no longer be regarded as a questionable 
experiment, and tbe gentlemen wbo bave 
iiXaugurated this moTement, in connection 


also a clergyman, aod whom they aaw here ! with Ibe Middleaex Mechanics' Associa 
in the few pif^stnt days tbey apent with | «'on'« courses, bave hit upon an expedient 


In Framingham. Dee. Ttb, D. T. Goodwin, of 
I,ondonderry, N. H., to Arabella L. Babeook^of 
Framingham. 

In .\inhcrtt, N. H.. Doc. 2l»t, Leonard Kimball, 
E*q., of Lowell, to I'hehe J. MacF, of Amherit. 

In Lexington, Jan. 1*1, Nelaon W. Jenney to 
natlle'L. Uleaaon, both of Lexington. 


KBW ADVBRTISBMENT8. 


Lowell Fire Cant Saving* Bank. 

ri^IIE annual meeting of the Corpbratinn of the 
J I^well Klve Cent Saving* Unnk will he held 
at tho rretenit National Bank, on MONDAY, Jan- 
uary Slh, 18M, at 10 o'clock, A. M. 

A. S. TV4.br, Ree'y. 
I I.0W0II, January 4th, ISea. Jaatdat 

LOVEJOY'S 

LOnrELL k BOSTON EXPRESS, 

On nnd after .TanuiJry Itt, 1Wl«, wll 
_.. leave Merrimack ttreet Depot otHre a 
TTaif!^ a 1 4 P. M. 
Leave Boaton offlco (11 Court Rquarc, comer 
Court Avenue) nt e.3u A. M., and 2.UU P. M. 

•^ Note*. Drnfta. nilla. etc., collected, and all 
Bxpreat bualnuta promptly atteaded to. 

' F1«D. LOVK.IOY. 
January 1. 1888. ,^ Jau4dtf 


Waoted, InBcdialclyy 

4->NK HINDRED THOUSAND BHiriTLK 
^ r BL0CK8. -JOitlOil for carpet ahiiU lea, t. be 
cut 2.1 Inrhualong by i I 4x2 3 4 liiehea.al IS ceola ; 
2U,0UO for brtiad ahultle*. 18 Inche* by 2x2 1 4ineh- 
ea, at H cent*; 6n,(K)U for cotton ahulllea, IS Incbea 
by 3x2 Incbea, at & cent*. I'lic aame muat be of 
apple tree, *trnlKht grained and free from knota 
and ahake*. Large oramall iota received at our 
tliop in A. I.. Brook*' building, Diillon Hireet. 

Log*, or Plnnk-2or214 inehet, Uken at fair 
price. 

An advance from the above ratea will be paid for 
tenaoned timber. For further partlculara call or 
addreaa COBUllN fc HARDY. 

Lowell, Moat., Dec. 27, 1885. dec28dttf 


FESTIVAL. 


THE Firat Oongregational Chureh and Society 
in Draout will have a Fetllvai at their houte 
af worthip, near the Navy Yard, on 

1 huraday fvenlDg. Jan. 4tli. 

Mualc by the OLEE CLUB of Lowell, and Ad 
droeact by dllferent peraona during the evening. 
Alan QuartoUe Hinging and Piano Korte playing. 

Oarrlagea to convey thoae wlahing lo attend will 
leave Lowell every half hour from 81 9 to a^'clk, 
tuning from the Pott Offlce Building. Fare 10 
eentt each way. 

Adotittion feelA ecnta. JanSd^ 

TUE NI^N SfHOai 

EXHIBITION 
ILL ba repeated at MECHANICS* HALL 


m 


ot 


Thuratlay B van lug. January 4tta. 

TlekeU an canla.— For tale at Merrill's. Wllkint' 
aad fiargeant'a book atorea. 
Daara Open at 7. Bierelaei eommanea at 7 8 4. 
janl da» 

fa* Hit andertlgned having formed a eopartnor 
W ahip under the ttyie of Davia k Htorer, will 
oontlnuo the lumber bualnaaa aa4 manafaatara 
of boiae aa auceaaaora In Otit Allen, No. 838 MM 
dietoi Hireet. HTEPHEN C. DAVIH, 

Janldlw VBWMAN W. STORBR. 



OYSTERS. X 

LTfrW HAVBH otwKRa reoelv 

d weakly from Norfolk, Va4 aa4 aold 

la aujr %BWitlty b 

.Jf'J' 


!*•£. 


BfLUWOa, 
MMratair 


MaOaatrati 


American and Foreign 

I> ATKISTTS. 

R. H. £DDir, 

8OUICITOR OF PATENTS. 

LaU Afftnt of U. S. Patent Ome». Waahmffton 
(undtr tlU Aet oflVfJ.) 

70 State Street* oppoaite KUby Street* 

ItUH t'ON. 

AFTRR an extenaiv/s praotioe of upward of 
twenty yeart, conttnuet to aeeure Patenta 
in the United Statea; alao in Oreat Britain, 
France, and other foreign countriet. Caveata, 
Speciflcaiiona Bondi Aatignmentt, and all 
Papera nr Drawing* for Patenta. executed on 
reaaona'^le term, and with ditpatch. Reaeareh- 
ea made into American and Foreign worka, to 
determine the validity ai.d utilit of Patenti or 
Invention , and legal and other advice render- 
ed in all ^nnattert toucbiiif^ tbe aame. Copies 
nf the claimt of any Patent furniabed, by re- 
ipiiiina One Dollar. Aaalgnmcnta reeorded ia 
Washington. 

No Agtncy in th* Unttrd Stittet poittitei «w- 
ptriar tneilitit for obtaining Patmtt, or ateer- 
t(un*ng the patetit"bi.ily of iatcnftona. 

During eight montbt, tba aubarrlber, in 
oourae of hit large practice, made on ftetee re- 
jected applicatiuno, alXTBNN AFP84t.a; BTB- 
rT on a of which waa derided ut A»« fawn by 
the Commlaaioner of PateitU. 

TVaTIMONIAie, 

I tairard Mr. Ed y at oneof themoef eafw- 
\>l«and luecfiiful practltlonera with whom 1 
have had official intereourae '' 

CUARLBS MASON, 

CoDmiasioner of Patenta. 

** I have no netitation in Inturing Inventora 
that tbey cannot employ a peraon aiore e aw y e 
tent and truittrorlAf/, and more capable of put- 
log their applioatiiona in a form to aaaura for 
them an early and favorable oonaidaratma at 
the Pauat Oflee." 

BDMUKD BURKB. 
Lata Oommlaaioaet of Pateata. 
•< Mr. R. n. Kddy haa made for mo ThlR- 
TKBN applioationa, on all but owa of whIeh 
patenta have been inanted. and that la new 
pendii^. 8uob unmiaukablo areef of great 
'alebt and ability pa hia part laada aa la re- 
eo«iMBd aU inveatDra <o appl* to hiai la pro- 
sara mllr patenta, aa thay aay be emra of bav- 
laa the aaaat fUlhftd attaatlaa bsalBwai oa 
iMt aaaaa.'aaa at vesy raaaonablaabarMa." 
JOBB TAOOlaT'. 
Jaa. 1. 18M. JaaMltowlf 


ua, at Thanksgiving and whom tbey both 
admired, and who apoke higbly of them. 
We carried thim away from here on tbe 
Snnday following 1 hankaxiviog day, and 
we bave not aeen ibem aince. We thought 
it might ba a comfort to you to feel that a 
clergyman whom your daughter liked, and 
who feels an interest in her, should con- 
duct Ihe funeral aervices. We ahall select 
a pleasant spot to place their rimains in, 
and mark it that it may be easily known. 

Misses Knight and Coggswcll bave been 
most kind, and alao Mrs. Dos-Verny, who 
came at once when she heard of tbe acci- 
dent. Mrs. D. says that Mira apoke of 
ber home to ber yesterday, and regretted 
ber absanee from It, and bow you were all 
enjoying Ihe day, and many ia the lime 
aha baa expreaaaJ aiailar aealimen t a to 
ua. I need not tell yoo of her lovlily and 
afTertionate dispoaitien, which haa won its 
way into oar hearts, nor of her great 
goodneas, but we cannot help paying a 
tribute to her worth. Miss Amea joins 
me in love and aympathy. I will write 
jrou again, after the remains have been 
found, and till thea, baliava ma aincerely 
and affectionately ytrar friend. 

Miss Kempton, who #aa drowned with 
Miai Stanton, went from New Bedford/ 
Emilt T. Buss. 


which their successors will be suru to imi- 
tate. Motwithatanding tba somewhab se- 
rious opposition to the original propoii- 
lion, it hhs now bean aicertained that Ibe 
mechanics of our city bave a decided taste 
for and fully appreciate tbe power of mu- 
sic, as a source of educational culture. * 


FrsTlVAL AT Dkacut. The Firat Con- 
gregational Church, in Dracut, will bold 
a festivat at tbeir boute of worship, near 
Ihe Navy Yard, thia evening. Tbe exer- 
cises will consist of singing by the Lowell 
Glee Club, addresses hy different persons; 
alto quartette singing aod piano forte 
playing. Kefresfaments will be provided. 
We promise them a good delegation from 
Lowell, as our citizens are alwaya intereat- 
ed in whatever pertains to Draeut. Ticketa 
may be obtained at WilHama' periodical 
store, near tba post office. Carriagea will 
leave the postofEce, every half hour from 
6i to 9 o'clock. Fare 10 centa each way. 
Admission, 25 eenta. 


Amothrb PRKSCNTanoN. Joaepb A. 
Patten, wbo for aearly aeventeen yeart, 
haa been employed as aa OTcrseer in the 
wiadina room of Ihe Lowell Corporalicn 
waa taken by aarprise, laat evening, by 
tbe unexpected presentation of a splendid 
silver plated tea-aet, given him by tbe 
operattvea under hia charge, aa a testimo- 
nial of tbeir reapaet and eateem. Oo ar> 
riving at his rcsldcnee at No. 46 Third 
Street, Canlralville, he waa still further 
aurpriaed by finding there, provided by 
the same donors, an equally aplendid 
chamber aet. Tne affair passed off very 
pleasantly, betokening aa li did, the mn. 
tual cordiality and aateem exiatiog be- 
tween the recipient aod lha doaora. 

Police Caoat. Thia foraaami. Jamea 
Barry, for drunkannasa, aaoond offence, 
waa sentenced to the Utniaa of Correction 
for three months. 

Palriek Clbyd, George Proctor and 
Dennis Winn ware aaah flaad $5 and ooata 
lor drunkannaaa. 


Miitiir School Bsaiaincv. Oorread- 
ara mast not lorgat the exhibition at Me 
ebanies' Hall thia avaolng, by tba pubila 
oi the Mann BehooL Aa ealertainaaeat 
rqaal to ths oaa a waak aiaoa ia prom- 
iaatl. — * 

Caaairr haa aa aaaliaa sale of haiAa, 
earrlageii, &e., in frDot of hia stable. No. 
170 Otama Btiaa^ Bttafdij 
•th laat, at 10 a'slask. 


BosTOit AND Lowell Railroad. The 
Boston papers of last evening announced 
the proceedings at the annual meeting, 
yesterday, of tbe atockholdera of this cor- 
poration. Tbe Treasurer, J. Thomaa 
Stevenson, submitted slatementa io lefer- 
ence to the business of tbe eorporation 
during tba year ending September 30tb, 
1865. The report wss accepted. Messrs. 
Henry Sigourney aiid Caleb A. Curtia 
were appointed by the cbair a oommittee 
to examine the report ol lha Treasurer ffae 
coming year. A ballot for Directors was 
then takea with Ibe following result ; — 
Whole number of votes, 18. Messrs. F. 
B. Crownlnsbicid, George W. Lyman, Jo- 
siah 0. Abbott, Wm. Minot, Jr., and Ho-, 
cum Hoaford had the number, and were 
therefore elected. 

Notice. Boarding mittreia wanted, to 
take and furniah eight rooma.^d aeroai- 
modate from 12 to 16 boardera frotai a fac- 
tory at Whipple's Mills, in this eily. Ap- 
plication to be made at Fanlkner'a Mill. 

Iwjanl 

Rktorned homb. Judge William A. 
Richardson and family, who hate been 
travelling io -Europe lha the paat atx 
montha, reached their home in Cambridge, 
on Saturday laat. Tbey bad a very rough 
paasage — exaetly tha reverse of their for- 
tune when they went abroad. The Judge 
■ant word to hia friends that he abould be 
at home in aeason to hold tbe term of 
court at Concord on Tuesday laat, aad he 
waa '' aa good aa hia word." He is look- 


ing finely, and axpraaaea Uaaelf 
pleaaad with hia long jovraey. 


luoh 


ATTOi 


MO aaan named Cbarlea Weadreek 
Ml dead ia a ball room in Detrolli wkile 
oa the ieec, iaciag a polka. 


BKIDD&IISBZ 

Mechanioj' Asaooiationt 

Twi Cficerts ii •■« Day! 

— ai TNE— 

Boston Orchestral -fTnion, 

CAUL ZKUUAim, Coaduetor, 
WEl)>iESOAY, J.iWAHYid, 1»«4, 

HlTNTIN«T<)y HALL proving too contracted 
to hold all dealroua uf hearing thia famed Or 
elieatra on their Arat appearance in l,owi'll, the 
Lecture C'lMnriiiitvu of thv M. M. AaaoclatluD have 
arraiiced with l*ri>f. Kerrahn Iv (iva a Coaccrtlu 
the After'iiioTi arwi 4{vuiiliiit. 

hiuauii lickel hoWera adiulllcd lo either. Thoae 
cliuualiiK lu go in the afti-riioon will give up Uu-lr 
tluki'ta un fiilerlnir the hall, r«r«ivlng a clii-ck fur 
thetlnliet: with tiie clieck the ticket ean be re- 
dei-med A CarU-ton k Hovey'a or C. K. KImbaira. 

All entire ohango of programme In the evening. 
Arte^aaan CaMrarCcaatoiaacea al S l>9e*clh. 
Evaaiag <• •> T I.S '• 

Tickcia 30 Centt each. For a^Ie at Carlcton k 
IIov«-y'a, C. II. Kimbail't, and at tbe door, for the 
Aftcrnoati Concert. 

aj- A liniltud number of Evening TlekeU for 
aale uuly at the duur. dec3U44t 

Merrimack Manufacturing Com- 
pany. 

TniS certlflct that the whole amount of At- 
leaami-iiK created by the Merrimack Mann- 
facturlni; C'unipitny.aixl ai-tii.illy paid In, la 'f'u-o 
million Jirf hututnd ini/ti'iiiul ilollnrB, of which no 
part hita been divided or withdrawn; that the 
wbole amount of the debta of aaid Cornpany, aa 
thown by tliclr liooka.la Tiro huH'tred tveuly nine 
thoutiiHUtirrlvr liiiltarn and Hxtj/teven ceidt. 
Uoaton, November llth, 1885. 

.lOII.V A.MOKY LOWELL, rretident. 
OEO. W. LVMAN, \ 

tlKO. B. 011A8E, I A misJtrlty 

BETH IIKMISJ. > of Hoard 

O. W. HALLET, ) of llireclurt. 

y. B. CKOWNINSIIIELD.J 
Janl d3t 


BAILBOAD VATIOK AlaBAMK. 

rB'HK Annual Mectlngof tha Btockbvldera af tba 
I Kallruad National Bank of lA>well, for tba 
election of Dlreetora and tbe transaction of any 
other butlnraa that m«y prf»p« riy coma before the 
meeting, will be hcM at their liaukina Ruuiaa, un 
TUKlJOAy. the ninth day ot JaaaaPy 1888, at i> 
o'alork, A. M. J. t. BOOJCitH, Caalilw. 
Lowell, Dec. ». 1886. decMtJaniJ 


fW^MB Second Annual Meeting af the BUMfcbold 
I art of Ihe Mi-r -hanta Xallonal Itank of Low- 
ell, for the ohoUc of Dirertora and for lha traatae- 
tlou of any buiineat that may legally come before 
them, will be held at their Bankhig Itooma on 
TUEHDAV, tfleftth day of January noil, at 10 
o'clock, A. M. 

I'er ord^r ot the Dlreetora. 

J. N. rElttOB, .»a.,Caebler. 
I^weli, Doc atb, ItW.I. decUdUanB 


AUCTION SALES. 


a. B. -VATOH A oo.. * 
AOCTllllkIR iHI IPPIllllll, 


Refreshment Saloon. 

T ITR aubarrlber having tnken the Saloon Ho. 
130 MKUUIMACK aTUXKfl't la uow 

prcpariHl and iuteuUa tu keep a 

FirM-Claea DININU fALOOFr. 

I have two good C'OOKH, and mean lo have the 
liKiST <5f everything tbe market atfordt conatantly 
on hand. 

Cold CORNED BEEF and H AM ; FISH CHOW 
DKit un Kridaya and ('LAM CUOWDEU on t^at- 
urdnyi, in tenaoii fur dinner- 

Alao— f.'ONFEOTIONKKY, FttUIT, CAKSS, 
0V8TERH, ect. . 


N. B.— No UQUORH told in tbit ettnhllthment. 
O. W. I.NOALI^af 
Lowell, Dee. 22d, 1985. dec22d t8m 


Pure Cream Tartar 

lORtaleby C. 1' 


JanZ 


TALBOT a CO. 

Market Street. 


MOTZCB. 


MR. EDWARD R. 
LI a: 


LowEl.1.. Jan. Itt, 1880. 
TALBOT and Mr. Jir 
,N TALBOT arc admitted aa partnera In 
onr firm fruin October lat, lHli5. The atyiu uf the 
firm will cootiiiua aa berelufurc. 

C. 1'. TALBOT k CO. 
C. P. TALBOT, 
TIIOS. TALltoT, 
E. U. TALBOT, 
JULIAN TALBOT. Im|an2 



FOK SALK FOR $1200, 

nr FRANCE8T0WN, TSf. H., 

A gooil two atory Houae, with a Stable 


INDUOEMKNTS 
To Viait our Popular Dining 
Booms. 

They are centrally located. 

They are quiet, airy, alwayt neat. 

The beat of food well aerved. ' ^ 

atttantlva waitert an4 m o dera t e p rieea, ■ — 

A aeparale apartment for Ladlta with nlea 
DreaahiK Room attitched. 

€. D. k I. II, FRBSHO, 

rROPRIKTOUa 

CITY HALL IIINI.^G ROOMS, 

10, la a 14 Cllr Hall Arenaa, 
dec» BOSTON. dtf 


Guardian's Bale or Heal Fstate. 

ra^IIEunderiiKned, Guardian of Charlet E. 8i 
M ner, now uf Lawrence, in our County of Ka 
aez, a minor, by virtue of a tirenae aod authority 
granted by the Judge of the Probate Court within 
and for the County of Middleaex, will tell at I'ub- 
nttached, und aH>re than hitlf an acre of lie AucUun, all t^tid mlnor'a iut«rett(the tamo be- 


ll 


Koud Laud, altuated within fifty roda of 
aliire, pnat otiice, achool-houae, academy 
and chorch. It haa been built about twelve yeara. 
containt thirteen flniahed rooma, and ia in good 
repair. There ia alao on the lot a ahop tultablefor 
a lAllor or ahoemaker. It forniahet a rare oppor- 
tunity for any one Wlahing to tJike^MVdera, or ed- 
ucate a family. Fur particulnrSlqaire of the 
tubacriber. CUARLS CUTLER. 

Kranceilown, N. U., Jan.l 1806. JanldSwIT 


NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. 

In the yc.ir 1M6, the writer embarked In the 
.Drii< Buaineaa in the city of Philadelphia, and 
while ihua engaKed, made aeveral ezperimcnia in 
regard to the moat deairable mode of i)reparlng 
Flulil Kxtraeit. My eO'orla being aucceasful — the 
articira being approved and uaed by the Medical 
Faculty — I waa dcKli'oua of placing tlirm beloiethe 

fiubllc, but heKJInled for acme time hvfuTC conolud 
ng to retort to ncwapaper advertialng, knowing of 
the prrjudicet that ezlated in the minda of many 
againat ualnic advertiaed Medieine* or Soitrumi, 
but throiiKli tlie advice of fncnda and thoae who 
bad uaed them, thia objection waa overcome. 

After 18 ye;>^a' exprtioni, cnramencing Inatmnll 
way, the p<i)>ubirily of my articlea haa extended lo 
all part" of llie United HUtea, and widely through 
out Korelitncoujitrlei — nnd thia In the face of much 
oppnaliiun. Every meant liai been retorted to by 
unprincipled dealert tincc their merit and tucceaa 
have been known — aueh aa advertialng luritcr bot 
tie* at leaa price, cenauring all other preparatiuna, 
nnd even copyl"g mv aclvertlaeinenla— but I am 
happy to alnte' that out of the mnny who bave re 
auried to thit, none hnve been auccetafui, 

MV OB.IECT 
in thit notice It to make facta known to the public 
aud reapectiibte dealert, bellevlnir, nfter to many 
year*' exerlioot, ihat the Drugglatt will diacuun 
tenanceauch proceeding*, and thut the reputation 
of my article* may not be damaged by the uto of 
inferior ur tpurlou* onea. 

Knowing tint many may read thia nrticle wbo 
are unai'ijuuinled with nie,t append ii few remark* 
from thaae of my native city, and whote uamet are 
known in all piirta ol the world : 

"Being pernonally acquainted with Mr. 11. T. 
Helmbold, it iitford* ma pleaaiire in atatiiig I have 
been moat lavorably imprcsKed with liia energ}' 
and Integrity, nnd gratllled at hia aiiccr**." 
\V.M. Wp;iOIITMA.V, 
Firm of Poweaa k Wct<:iir.aA!(, 
Ninth and Brown blreeta, Philudelplila. 

[Eifniiig Bulletin, Philmlrlphiiu] 
• " Wben on a vi*!t lo the city of New Yofk a few 
day* aince, I waa Induced to call on our old friend 
and t'iwnnnan, Mr. II. T. HelrnboM, Drui(i{iiil, nH4 
Broadway, N. Y. Ilia ataee i« a .Ifod't — a perfect 
f,V», — tlie liaiidi>oineal ul .tny kind wo have ever 
had till- plcaKiire of viewing, and ao extentlve, be- 
ing H4 feet front, live atoriea in lieiKlit, and over 
9iU feet deep. It indeed ailurda ua ranch pleaanre 
to know that he haii been ao aiicceaafiil, and it la 
ample evidence of the mer'.la of hia articlea— a* in 
onr whole lioalncaa experience we have not known 
of the tucceaa of any nrileiet without .Veril — ad- 
vertialng merely bringing the uaiuu before the 
public." 

[Boitnn Herald.] 
•' Wc do not like to ndvertltc worthlett warat.or 
article* calculated to deceive our reader*; and 
when we aee an advcrllter like Mr. Ilelnibuld, 
whom wc have known foi year*, gradually extend 
hit adveillaini( from year lo year until he bocomee 
the large»l aiivei titer in the Uiilled Statea, we afo 
tatlalied llial the atatemeula in regard to hit arti- 
clea mu$t Oe correct." 

Tho writer reluctantly inaertt the above, and 
would not do ao were he not a at ranger to many; 
and concludea by alatlng the namea of ill* articlea, 
and the diaeaae* for which they have been Utcd by 
maoy Ibouaaud* with complete tucccat. 


lag one ondivlded thirtieth part) in the lot of land 
and buildinl^ thereon atnnding, titualed at the 
corner of tsuffolk and Merrimack tireeta, on the 
toutherly tide of Merrimack ttreet aod weaterly 
tide of Huffolk ttreet, bounded, commencing at a 
point 75 feet weaterly' from the centre of Weatern 
Canal- thence on Hutfuik atreet 84 1-2 feet: thence 
at right anglea 40 feel; thence at right anglea 
941-2 feet to Merrimaek atreet; theneeon Merri 
mack atreet 40 foat to point begun at. Said aale to 
be upon laid premlaei on tht 2Jth day of January, 
IM", at 2 o'clock, P. M. 

JAMES B. HINBR. 
Lowell, Doc. 28, 1885. deer daw 


White Lead. 


Atlantic White Lead 
and Linseed Oil Co., 

of New York, 
Manufacturer, of PURE WHITE 
LE.\D, Dry and in Oil, RED LJIAD. 
LITHARGE, Glass-makers' Red 
Lead, etc. 

AlJo. LINSEED OIL, Raw, Boiled 
and Refined. 

For ule by Druggists Sc Dealert 
generally, and by 
ROBERT COLGATE & Co., 
General Agents, 
287 Pearl St., NEW YORK. 


a 
marl? 


•iaiy 


[advektibemeiit.] 

Helmbold's Extract of Buohu ' 

will cure all diacnart of the Kldneyt and Bladder. 
Curea I'ain or Weaknoaa In the Back, tjlrlctiirea, 
etc.: I'urc* Weak Nervea, Lott ot Memory, Trem- 
bling, Dimneti uf VUiou. 

HELMBOLD'S FLUfD EXTRACT OF 
BUCllU 

it a pure fluid extract, not a weak tea or infuilon. 
Ia the one thin* needful fur allcomnlnint* incident 
to Female*. Fur particular* aend for Uircular. 

HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BU- 
UlIU 

cure* flravel and Dropalcnl Swelling* cxiating In 
Men, Women, or Children; in fact, ALL 018- 
E.'VHES requiring the aid of a Diurelle. It it the 
greateal Tonic and Diuretic known— perfectly tafc, 
pleaaant in taatu aod odur, and immediate iu ita 
action. 


Great Chance to Make Money. 

PERSONS wanted, of either aex. In every city. 
town and village of Maaaachuaetta, for the 
tale of the magnilicent work of art,"<>ur Ureal 
Author*," containing full length portraltt of the 
moat eminent writert. Kxcluaive right to compe- 
tent partict. 8mart Agenta can clear $au per day. 
Send alamp for circular, or call on A. a. I'SA 
BUDY,eiCornbill, Button. novtTdSm 

FOR SALB. ^^ 

On Weatford ttreet, 1200 feet of land and 

collage houae (No. 1) thereon, containing 

Ave roorot and batement titled and now opened aa 

amarket. Price $1,U0U, Inquire of the aobacrlber 

on the premitea. C. HEAD. 

Lowell, Nov 25tb,1885. Bov26d2ra1l 


^. 


dec?8 


Diaries for 1866. 

•ply Ii 
ubll*>i 


AFRESH aoppi 
leatthanp 


.lutt received and for tale at 

era' pricea, at 
HAltGEANT'S Bookatore. 


ONC E M ORE! 

1 have to olTer to tbe public a 

LA It a M SELECTION 


RICH GIFT BOOKS 

PlTRCflASKD FOR NEW TEAR*a aiPTB. 

Call and examine them. 

F. P. COiiCiiBaaALI., 

Bookaeller and Stationer, 
dee2t 61 Merrimack ttreet. 


HELMBOLD'8 . 

Fluid Extract of Sariaparilla, 

IllOIILT COSCESTRATED. 

One bottle rr)iilralent in atrcDgtb to one gallon of 
the Syrup of Decoction. 

It reachea the teat of tha diaeaRe immediately, 
exi>elliog all ULMUKd OK TUE BLOOD, aud 

BEAUTIFyiXQ TUE COMPLEXION t 

The»c article*, being of aueh atrength, the do*e 
i* exceedingly amall. Krom thia fact. It ia uaed in 
the United Slatea .-Xrmy lloapital* and public San- 
itary Inatltutlona throughout the land. 

^^* Sold by all Drugflata everywhere. 

*,* Atk for llelmbold't. Take no other. 

*,*Cut out the advertiaement and tend or It, 
and by thia nieaua avoid Counter elt. 

^ept. 4, 188». tept6d3Uwteowl7 

■■ , 

CAUTION 

To Females In Delicate Health. 

DU. DOW, Pbyalcian and Surgeon, No. 7 Ew- 
nicoTT Kt., BoaTOH, la eonaulted daily for 
■ ■ Pro- 


ayttem. 
alun, and oth- 


all diacaaet incident to the female 
lapaii* Uteri or Kluor Aibip, Suppreea' 
er menttnial derangement*, are all treated on new 
pathological principle*, and apeedy relief guAran 
teed In a very few daya, 80 invnriaMv certain la 
thia new mode of treatment, that moal obttlnata 
eomplalnta yl<-td nnder It, and the afflicted peraon 
aoon reiolcea in perfect health. 

Dr. liow haa no doubt had greater experience In 
the cure of diaeatet of women than any other phy- 
ticlan In Koaton. 

Boarding accommodationt for patlenta who may 
with ta itay In Boaton a few daya under hia treat- 
ment. 

Dr. Dow, tinee IMA, bavlnf eonflaed hit whole 
attention to an offlce practice for the cure of PrI 
▼ate Diteaaet and Female ComplalnU, acknowl 
adeea no auperior in the United Stataa. 

N. B.— All iettert nnat contain one dollar, or 
tbey wBI not be anawered. 

Cffflce houra from 8 A. M. to • P. M. 

Boaton, Aug. 8, 18AS. aocftdSUwly 

FOB BAItB, 

AXX)T af new 1 8-4 loeh VHAfTnrO. wtth 
Ooapllngt an4 Boxaa, at 

O. B. RICHMOND'S, 
daetMtf 80 Lawraaaa ataeal. 


PRESH VIRUiMlA OYSTERS! 

Ta ECEIVED daily and opened from the ahall, 

FiFTir CENTS per qnart, 

or FIFT% -Five eeats •olid. 

by J. H. KNIOHTS, 

No. 201 Ceitral Street. 
Alao, dealer In all kinda of Preth Kith, I.,ob- 
ttert, ete. Ordert promptly attanded to, and de- 
livered in any part of tbe city without extka 
CHAKGE. decKdlw 


f'/DDER'S^ 


OM POUN n 


^^^K^\\^^</> 


DR. KIDDER'S PILLS. 

niLD 

AND 

EFFICIENT. 

The Best Cathartic. 

AToid FBYBRS by uein thete Pilla "ben 
feTeriah tjinptoma flrtt appear. «. 

Tbey cure COLDS, 

Eapeeitlly useful in Dtaonlen o( tha LiTtr, 

and Conttipation of the Bowela. 

Bold by Carleton ft Bovey, C. R. Kimball, T. H. 
Bntlei ft Co., and all other city dragfitta. 
DOV» dftftf 


FHBI 

llo.tTlMn41kaattMf . 


NOTICB ia hereby glTen that the enbaerlber 
hat been duly appointed Adrainittrator 
of the ettate of JOSlAH POLLARD Klli- 
BALL, ItU of Wettfotd, in the County of Mid- 
4]etax, deceated. and haa taken upaa^biaaalf 
thn truat by givinn bonda, aa the law'djfcctt. 
All peraona having deaaanda upon tha eatata 
of aaid deoeaaed are required to exhibit tha 
aame ; and all peraona iiui4>tf4 to aaU aetata 
aie called upon to make patment lo 

OWi 8TSTSN8. A4m'r. 
Waatford, Dee. S8. 1M0. d20dep9« 


HARD TUBES COFFEE, 


BUBSTITUTB FOB VUBM OOV* 


And»otdMiatntohaa froaa fWM 
laai r aHy 

■▲inirAoraBBD oaLv bt 

S. B. irBWMA&&, 


standing Wood in Late, 

Situated on tbe Trotting Park Koad, la PiaMt. 

.abottt half a mile from the Kivar Read, 

known at tbe Hyde Lot. 
Wetbail tall tbe above un FRIDAY, Jaa. 8*. 
1M0. at I o'clock P. M. Tbe growth, Oak, Mafia 
and lllreh, and ofaoml quality, and tha lot aattaat- , 
hie at all timea. Dtalance from Pawtuakat Betdaa 
about 1 1-3 nilet. ^^ 

f'fteen.Acrfi of Standing Wood and Tlmier 

On tbe Old Tornpike. abont half a mil* aa88 af 

North Chrlniaford Village, knawn m 

_ „ -the •• Harbour I.**." 

Wethanaefl the above on MA'n'RDAT, Jaa. 
8th, IHWI, at lOo'elock A. M., preH»aiy, In lote. 
The growth i* otd Pilch and White Pine, wllb 
, tome Oak, Maple ami Birch, a large ponkimot t* 
yery heavy and of lint (jBallty. Tbe I.Ft la aecaaat- 
ble at all aeaaunt, will come over a level road, aad 
It not more than three milrt from Lowell. Tha 
Land will be told In one Lot, before the tela of 
Wood, which purehaaeri are reqmftted to examfna 
before the time advertiaed. Purchaaera from l^v- 
eli arlll taka W«alford atrvet, aad fwllow Iba Wee*- - 
font road to it* lnt4'r«ecllou with the TumaAa, 
which forma tbe flrtt tum to the right after Iftoaa 
leading directly into Middleaex VHlage. Hhonld 
the day ba ttormy, the tale will lake pTmm the *■» 
fair day. "^ 

PARTICULAR NOTICE. 

We have a large atoek of furniture, depatay 
ftc, in chfimtert over lateeroom, which wa aball 
aell at private tale, day or evening, in part m Itt- 
Iowa : — 

Black Walnal Sofaa, laay Chairt, Parlor d«., 
ICockert, Lounaet. Bureaua, Mirrort, Whataata, 
Chamber Beta, Cane and Wood Seat Chaira aod 
Koeknra, MartileTopand Black Walnut Centra 
Taljlea, Kileiialon Tablea, Hpring Beda, Freaeh, 
Itouad corner and rommon Bedateada, Ilair,|iaak, 
Cane and Rxcelaior MHttreaaea, Live Geeta aad 
Uena' l^ealher Bed* and Pillowa, Toilet and Work 
Tablet, Waab HUnOa, ti'nka, etc., «tc. Alao, aaW 
Woolen, Oil, btraw and Ifemp Carpetinfa, ta t»> 

•,• JTe bug large or mrnnU lot» of Fumiture.Cmr. 
pets, Sfbvfs, BfMing, etc., at rettdeocet, and pay 
the c<u\ vaiite aad remove Ibera at once. Peraana 
flTlng up houaekeeping wtfl do well to call on a8, 
aa thar will receive tbe vahu of tbeir vooda la< 


**• WANTED, 
A genteel Ilonte whh a Bam an.l a larga lot af 
Land, and toveral tmailer Honae* In Lowell. 


quire of 


K. B. 


Ik- 
PATCH ft 00. 


AT PRIVATE BALE, 
1 Counting lloom Dctk, 
1 Safe. Inquire of X. B. PATCH ft CO, 

WANTED. 

Three Cottage TToucea worth from $700 to aiMN 
Alto, 3 two ttory Uouaat worth from tUOT I 
$8,01 «. Inquire of . _ 

TvlO K. B. PATCH ft 00. 


T. £. ffloseley & Co. 

BOSTON", ^_ 

INVITE ATTENTION TO THSIB 

Large and well aeleoted 8tt>ok 


or 


BOOTS AND SHOES, 

to which wa ara 

CONSTAHTLY IlIIAfi 10 ITIII9. 


FOB ^ 

Ladies, Hisses imi Childrei 

wa have all the 

fflOST APPROVED STYLES. 

flachaa;are aold in New Turk or Philadelphia 

F 

Gentlemen and Boys 

wa alao bare a freat rariaty of 

CALF AND PATENT LEATHER 
BOOTS A D SHOES, 

DOUBLK & SINGLE SOLES, 

BALMORAL BOOTS, 

Buckled Boots & Shoes, 

OXFO&D TIES, &c, kc. 

We also Manufftctare to Order fa 

the boat poaaible manner, for 

liftdlea, Oentleman, Mi .,k m 

and Obildran. 

WX HAVE CONST ANTLT FOR BALK A, 
LARGE S'l-QCK OF 

FRENCi BO«T$ AND SHflg. 


ABE / ». 

BOVQBT rOR CAWMf 

Ain> WE SKLL TEEM AT THE 

SMtllest PMsiUe Ad?aM«» 

ao that all who bay onr gooda are anra of ftlHf 

FULL VALUE ^^ 

FOR THEIR MONEY, - 

e jv 

Wa iaelU all who ara vkiftlat Boatba ta aad •• 
aur atoro, and aaaaxe them tbey never wlU ha «IS- 
ad to buy. 

One Price. Terai* Cask. 

TIflAS Kt lOSBLEY ft Cfa. 

SUMMER STREET, 

(CORNEB OF RAWLXT,} ^r-7-^ 

BOSTON. ^ 


-U 


r 



MANHOOD 
HOW LOST ! HOW I8ST0UI I 

^att PtMithed, in a Smied Bnvelofe. Priea, • at 

A LBCTURB ON THK NATURE, TREAT- 
meat, an4 Radical Care of Sparmaaarrhaaa, ar 
Beminal Weakneaa, Involuntary Eatlaataaa. " 
al I>abllity, and Impedimenta lo Marrtaca 
ally; Nervoutoett, CoDaamptlon, Xhallapajr^ m 
KKt; Mental and Phyalcal Ineapaeftjr, reattltia 
from Self-Abuae, fte. Ry RoBT. J. OoLTUnrnA 
IC D., author of tha Oreca Book, ale. 

*A Kaaa ta Thawaaada *t Saffarara.** 
lent and^ aeal, In a plain enealopa, to any a 
drett, poet paid, on receipt of tix eenta, or t# 
poetaaa atampa, by Dr. J. C. KLINR, 

iafB« ~ 


_/ f 


botY 


Bowery, New York, I'oat oa»a box 


DAVID HYOS, 

STOOK 


r 


AHD MEMBER Of TBI BOaTON tTOOS 
AND SXCHANOB BOAJUX ,„ j 
Oflee In Boetoa, No. IS Kxchaaga Strael. 

Re thay be fennd In Lowell at Wat. B. TraMlh' 
Apothaeary Store, eor. of Caatrai aa4-Mantabak 
Bireeta, aaaraoaaaadaraiUBa. Also atlha SaM 
at Tl a, A.M. '^ 

Houaa. N o. 41 AaAovar Biraat. a^lMWx 

iiiifiAiiiiis litlsut 


• 1 


" jra.JI AMtt 
Var aale hy aU Q r oaara. 


«oo4taei 


THE AROOaT; Oa4ay) FMeeaoa; 
Harwae; a— toy Mt^atwaj 
Baadle^aMo^|)iljr: HaaraalBaiM; 


§ao4 Wartof Ifeaa^alaa' Mafaalaa ; 
r>ae^aal Maahaalaa' Mi^aalaa ; 
Laa to a M t aat r alai Rewa: Paaaa; 
Cha^laal M aWa ; Vbmlij 


'■/. 


■ h aw to Hcaa 

■fMyV 


O. /MRORANT. 


^[JfVl 


■w RAtoina ASS n«8 oiMZu 


,* . 


'^.-.. 


.> ' iroTioii. -v-t- 

Mi*BB Oop«nner»hlpherrtoforr«M»«f Wwm 

■ th» Mii.lir.lgi.td !■ llil» .1.1) *»»oh.J, hMTlrig 

nn fewlnmofthr Ulr llrm will br nillUJ Dv lh» 
ipOlW partner, who will r.m«iii for lk« P,f**;|'^ • 


\ 


Ik* lau •l»»a. Ormutul to ll»« cIiUaim of l*»'' 
"fcr th« lllMT.1 p.troii.me b.»to»i-d upon Iho Mt 

for Ui« p—t iw.ot) two y«ni. ih.y wllcit • «>i 
tttnwuto* of lh» umv for "hrir .uc« w«r Mr "• 

by. hnowtmi him to b« • tfcorou(ck »«•<» ••">''' 

ttJualain In Ihi futur.. «hi- rrp«H«tlon «"••««»'; *" 

MlSiclnM, the cJv^M-H <» <lUp."»l>>(|, and pwtic 
«tMny tiM I'rtteriiUMmBrpirKitfUU^ 

-. A HAMl Kl> KIDPKK, J«., 

"^ DAVID CXmOlN. 

, i«w*(i, Oct. joih. i««4^ t-Jiasaif 

mHB BiMlvrilfned h«»tnB .rrred > full appren 
1 ticMhtp *<••« "• »*• V\:imnrf, of l.»wrmce, 
Mid b«vlii« h«J a rMcnt «-iperlfnce in lb« w»ll^ 
inown e«i«blUbm«nl of Ciu>w«ll, M«ek * Co., of 
Kaw Vock, would ri-»peclfully «iinouiicc U) th« 
cHllMi* «»« l-owell llml h« hiu purrhi%iK«l ihe wi-ll 

, knuwiil>ruK siore of t^AML ku)l>r.H. .In. * Co.. 
wbcrs, by Mrlcl prraoiial BUeiitu.n U> bu»lii«!»», l>« 

, hjpts* to mirii » coailiiuaiiceof Ihe piUruMsCv •• 
*;•-* oi. ib. »-« flra.. ^^^^ ^^^p j^ ^,^^^, 

8ueM*M>r to Smiiucl (bidder, Jr. tt Co. 


formed a copartncr- 
K. fc K. Bailey, will 


fnBB un4<>nic««4 bavlus 
M abip undt-r lh« ctyla of 
••nttnue the 
fam'l KIdd 

gobn airect*. ,. .... 

EUWAiUi KAlLli\ 

Lowell, D«!. Irt, \Mi. , 


lie ApothuCHry bu»lnc»» aa aurcuaaora lo 
ier, Jr. JE Co.. eoriiiT »f Mrrriinack and 
U. yiitlttUlCK B.\II.KY, 


dtf 


B03T0N ADVERTISFMMETS , 
~ VBGHTABM 

Pulmooiiry liaisam, 

FOB 

CtM^hs r«ld9 and UisBMjitifi. 

Katabllahrd inS, f nd atlll the brat known rem* 
dy lor all afltTlloni of Ihe Lunga, Throat and 
C'ttcat. Br careful lo ft't tli« (cnuliie. 
tik.K.tt.lVtl.h.H 


••- l. 


LAROK BOTTLKS, $1 


lia>l n Pr<prlrt f. 
8MALK,MCT8. 


PaRE COD LlVEa OIL 

Bottled expretslg /br Meilicinnl rnnf by KBET), 
CIH'I.KK t CO., who have fucllitlea for ol<ulnln| 
Uil of the uioat reliable quality. Lauub Bot 
TLBS, fl.UO. 


TIIK f YE! 


THE Hi: 


DR. E. KNIGHT haadlneovrrpd a new 
, trratineiit for the Eyt. by which he It 

ciirliiBfomc of iht; woral c.iafu of Blind 

neaa and Drafoeaa ever kuown, without laalru 
mrnta or piilii. 

C A iM , i!;K * I>r. Knlght'a new treatment for 
Canaara auruaaaea all o«h«'r« now tn «ae. Il etir«-« 
without knifo, rlastiT or palii, mul hrala without a 
acar. Kvery kind of IMaruav treated wlili yreiil 
aucraai. Itumora of every kind eradleiUed from 
the ayatem. No charifv for couaultationa. Office, 
SMlremout street , Uostoa. 





^t.lU\ WI'"*' U« fOKPEITt.UM» 
»t>UV/ I?R L.mX if failiug 10 ctire ii 
!•«• 'imc than any other (ihyaiciau, more eflec 
WbII; and permanently, wim leaa reatraiut fron> 
eecapaiion or feat of expo»ur»! to all «e*ltier. 
with aafe and pleasant medicinea, 
SKU^A BUSK AND SOLITARY UABITS 

Tneir effe«t« and ronaequeneer ; 
SPECIAL A1LMKNT« ANO t-lTUATIONS, 

Incident to Married and Single Latlies ; 
BtCRET AND DKLICATK DI-0EDBR8, 
■ ll«r«ttrUI Affecilona ; Eruiitlont and »11 Dl»- 
#M*aofthe8kin; Ulceraof the Note. Throat 
and B-d. ; Piropl^'t wnthe Face; Pwellinga < f 
the Joiitta; Ner»outne»s; Coi»atitu«i<'nal and 
Other Weakneaaea in \outh, and the moxt ad- 
vanMd, at all ages, of 
BOTH 8EXB8. SINGLE OR MARRIED. 

DR. L. DIX'S , 

privatb medical office. 

tl KMdlrot.. Street, Boaten, «!•••.( 

laaoarrBBged that pBtleniB can nerer ■•• or 
bear other* Kecollect the OKLT entrance tv 
hi* OftJce l« N». ai having no connectioi, 
«1th hi* etiilf nee, conteqnen Ijr no fanaily In- 
temip'ion, *o that on no account can any p«i 
••o healute applying at hi* ofice. 

DR. DIX 
boUlu aurrU (and it cannot be contradiete'" 
• leept bf Quack*, who will aay or do anything, 
cTen perjure tbcmaelvea, to unpoac upon pa- 
tier. U> that he 

n TMIOMLT BBOrtkH OBADTTaTI rHTtlCIAK 
AOTBHTialNO IN BOflTOM. 

81XTKEN YEARS 
•cgaged in Ueatmen of Special Diaeaiea. a 
fact io well known to mk^j Cnisrat. Publwh 
era. Merehanu. Hotel Proorietora, Ac., tha' 
%•!• Kttoh t'commende , and particularly to 
fcTKANOBKS A>^D TRAVELLERS. 
To BToid and eacape Inopo-ltli.n of Korei^'n 
and Naiiec Quack", rniort numtroui in Boitoi. 
thiat other large eitiea, 

liR. L DiX 
proadiT refera to Frof aaora and .reapectabl* 
Phyaictans— many of whum eonauli him in 
critical caaei, beC4i|«eof hia acknowledged akiU 
and reputation, attained thr'^u«h to long e>pe 
rlMee practice and obserrati -n. 

AFFLICTED AND UNFORTUNATE! 
kc not robbeJ and aHd to your auffering* in he- 
tBK oeeeieed by Ihe lyiut boaati, miirepreaen- 
minwa. faUe promiaee and pre'enaion* of 

FORVION AND NATIVE QUACKS, 
who know little of ihenatnre and character of 
Special I)itraarv and LEta aa to their cure.— 
Eome eihihit forged Diploma* of Inatilutiona 
•r College*, ohich ne»er eBi*ted tn any part of 
the woild; o*her» exhibit Diploma* of the 
IMgdCliow obtained, unkixown-, not only aa- 
OiAIb< and ad*ertii.iiialn the naioea of tlio«e 
Inaertrd tn the Uiplomai, but to further thett 
impoaitiOB aaauBie name* of other iuo*t cele 
brated Phyilciai.* long •inoe dead. Neither be 
^•ceived by 

Qt'ACK. NOSTRUM DEALERS, 
throvgb fkl-e oertiacatea and reference*, *nd 
recommendition* of their medicine* by tkt 
Stad, wbo cannot csp"*e or contradict them ; 
er who. betide*, lo further their inipoiition. 
copy from Medical book* nuch that i* written 
of the qnaluie* and effect* of different hetl.* 
and plant*, and aarrib.* all the aanie to their 
Pflla, EBtracte, specif oa, «c., moet of which, 
if not all, c'Ltain iiercury, becau*e of the ai - 
•lent belief of it* •-curing cirerythtng, ' but 
BOW known lo * kill mure thtb i* cured," and 
those Lot killed, conelitutiuually injured foi 

iONORANCB 0" QUACK DOCTORS ANL 
NOMHLM MAKERS 
Tkrnuiih the IgnoraB'e of the Quack Doc- 
tor, knowing no other remedy, he reiie* upon 
Mbbcvbt, and gWet li to all hi* patient* in 
Pill*. Drop*, Ac, fo the .No*trum Maker, 
equally ig' orant, add* to hi* *o-cir.ed E« 
tmcu. Snecilic, Antidote, Ac. both relying up 
on it* eifecia in curing a few in a hundred, it i* 
trtimpeted in »ariou» waya thrnughout the 
land ; but, ala»! toothing ia aaid of the bal- 
^ aBMt aome Of whom die, other* grow wor*e. 
'and are lef' to linger aud *uffer for month" or 
yofT*, until relieved or cured, if po*»ible, by 
'^•fltpeteBt phyaician*. 

BUT ALL QUACKS ARE NOT IGNORANT 

Notwith*iaudiDg the foregoing facu are 
liBOwn to »ome Quack Doctor* and Noatrum 
Mafcert. yet. regardlea* of the li'e and health 
^Ivthtn. there are •boec among them who will 
•een periure tbemaelTc*, contradicting giving 
Mereary *o their patient* or that it ia contain 
ed in their Noitrum*. an (bat the "u*u*i fee " 
fOMif oa ubtainea for profeaaedly curing, or "the 
dollar " or " fraction of it " may be oblained 
for the tottrum. Ititthu* that many are d* 
•cived alto, and u*ele«*lv spend laigc amount* 
for cxperiacBU in quackery* 

DK. L. DIX'S 
•bargee arrwery moderate. Communication* 
aacradly confidential, and all mav rely ob him 
with the »tricle*i *ecrecy •ndoonfldence, what- 
•Ter may be tUe (fiaeaae, condition or •itualion 
•I anv one, married or *lngle. 

Medicine* cent br .ilail or Bsproaa to all 
part* of the'Uniie 1 State*. 

All letter* requiring advice mutt contain one 
doUat to ioaure an an*wer. 

Addree^Da. L. Dix, No. 21 Bndieott atreot, 
Boevtn, Mt*a. 

BvBtoB. Jaa. 1. 1866. JanldStawIy 


TO TMR LADIES.— The celebrated Dk 
L DIX particularly invite* all Ladieawho 
Seed a Mtdfial or Suroieai aaviaer, to call at 
hi* Room*, No. 21 Ei di^ott SUret. boaton, 
Ma**., wbicH they will find arranged fur their 
•peeial •;c.mmodation. 

Da. niX having devoted over twenty year* 
to thi* particular branch of the treatment of 
all oi*ea*ea peealiar lo female*, it i* bow con- 
•eded by tU (both in thi* country an4 in Eu- 
rope) that he excel* all other known practMcn- 
•rt in the tafe. tr cedy.and effect".^! treatment 
•f all fem*le complaint* 

Hit medicine* are prepared with the expre** 

Erpoee ot removing all diaeaae*, *aeh aa de 
ity, w akne**, unnaturbl *uppre**ioB*, en- 
tBTRomcnt* of the womb, al*o all di*charge* 
wkloti tow from amnrnid atate of the blood — 
-TbeDvetorl* now fully prepared to treat in 
Itf* pe^tiliar a'yie, both medically and aurgical- 
I7, alt diteaae* of the lenuile aex, and tbey are 
taapaetfBlty invlud to call u 

B*. ai BMAIOOtt Street, Moatom. 

All letter* requiring advice mutt eontainoBe 
JollBr to enaure au auawer. 
BoMon, Jan. 1. 1866. ianldauwly 


l^uxnriant llai • lor A I'. 

Bogle'* Hyperion Fluid reetore* and dreaae* Hair. 
ItoKle'* EU-clrlc U.iir I>jr, BKt in the World. 

Bogle'* Wig* anil lialr Work, New Improvement* 
8urpa*a all^her*. Cheapeal, beat, audoiuat re- 
liable. Try I B« ix>ovlnced. 

THtiKEVlfclkT l^rOVFKV. 

»f Myatikoa.orBoglo'aMyetir Hair Tint, beat* 
everything for giving a aplendid and natural color 
lo till' llair, Muuatitrlii'ii or Kyi'l>ro«'«. One prep 
aralion, no trouble, complete and perfect. 

W. BOOLF.. 
Wig* and Hair Work, 902 Wa*hiugton *t. Bo*ton. 

DISEASES OF THE BLOOD* 

BR. R. nRRRKFha* for more than twenty' 
jreara given ipeclal attention to the trt-Mtmeiit ol 
CiinciT, 8orolula, Humor, and all I>Uc-ii«i-* of tli. 
Blood. HI* ortice I* at it) leiwitlt rl' e, 3r<l 
door from Waahlngton *treet, Boaton. Pampbli'i 
de*criptive of Iri-atmeDl, *eni free. Office liuurp 
from U to 9. Ul* liidlao Uemedle* for *ale only al 
the office. 


CI.AS8IO HAI«I*. 


conneRciAL acadeiry 

WIU re-opea •epteoiber «. for the reoeotieo j4 Pupiu, 
OA Y ANUBVKNINU. 

IRTKl.l.IORMT *tadenu of ollher eex, oiay fieri 
qualify tb*ai**lv«e >n a taw week*, Ui Uke charge 
«' aoy **t ol Booka with eong<l«D0* and ability. 

A riijl commercial ouurae comprlte* HiuKla anil 
Dowbia BDlry Hook-knai log. Penaaaablp, Bu*lBe*' 
rorm*. aa Note*. Uraf^, AoulpUDoea. Ac.; Intereikt 
iveratia Oommi**liin. lB*uraB04 Bxcbauge. Di* 
K-unt, ProSt aad Ln*a. 

raltlaa ler r«ll Cewvet, tl^.^.Tlat* Vm. 

llmlteJ/ 

AtudeaU oftoib kexe* al*t reoei/ed at any time b) 

he iiuarter. by the mooih, or by the laa*oii. In Arllh 

aetla Algebia. Oramuar. Hlalory. Laltn. French. A4 

TOinoB i> ADvaaoB a* rouow*: 

Paninan*bl|w If LaekOBlb t>00 

Biogle Kotry. . — , ■ AOO 

IV>uMe Kiilry, ' " tllO 

(Vie Month, uav Hob nol, * t.80 

One Month Kvnnlai: Hohool. fl 00 

U<» M M».0«T. f^nrltwl 
For the laat twenlr year* teacher In the publir 
and private eebool* of l.oweU. 
t..,»#'i *ugu*tl tact. 


auKSdl' 


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TO Ukumi ni COMPLKllON, 

TT SE KhuM*' WMie l<(^t»M K»m«»I" Tint "Xn. 
\ ' ainvl " will rtmuve the wor»t ra*** of Tiin, 
Frerklp*. Ilmpl,-)!, Molh I'aii'hea, or Hunburn, III 
from four lo •li dny*. Il whiteiia the *klii pi-rina 
nently, and Imnnrta n frcKlinc** an.l tran*pareni'y 
lo lW< eomnli'glon. w4ileli Is nerfertly mMural, and 
wItWiut li\jurv to th« akin. No lullft la corapli'le 
without II, IVIr* by mall, arali'd and poat paid, 
00 (>m«. Addraaa C. F. HltlH.TS, 
oitlg'Sm »5 Kiver Hi., Troy, N. Y. 

VOKIIERPILIY SriiAKGK. 


NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 


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FAIRBAKK'S 

Prrniam ^taiilard 

SCALES, 


Made of the Beat IfaterUla, In Ihe mo»t thor- 
ough inanner. and rtteiving CONtST-ANT Ikl 
^liOVJiMK^T(5 under the auperviaion of 

TilEOHIGlN4L l^Vt'NTUR. 

Evr.ur vABirTT, ai 
Hay, Coal, Railroad, I'latform and Counter. Drug- 
Bista', Confertloner*', Butrhera', tirorera', and 
Gold Pcaica, Beam*, i^pring Balance*, fcc, he., lor 
aale at our * 

WARKHOIJSE, 

118 AXlllx. Stireot, 

BOSTON. 

FAIKB11VRSJBK0W\ & CO, 

Bold In Lowell by cAbB, SAHOENT k CO. 

A I.AliV who hn*' been cured of great ner^ouf 
debility, after manv yt-ara of nilai-ry, deaire* to 
make knowu to all fellow aufferera tb« aura lueant 
of relief. 

Ad.lri**,enrlo*ing a Marnp, MUS, M. MF.IIRIST 
Box M%, Boaton, .ind the preicription will be *imii 
free by return mall. kvplidly 


'^ U". LAKOliliAlIM 

StRSAPARlUA eonPOilMI, 

For the eurcof I.lver CompLiInt, Pyaneppln, Prrol ( 

ula, Droiiay, Ncuralirin, Kpllcpny, Kryalpcla*, 

Boll*. Tumor*, |.>iilt Uhi-um, TU-er* and 

Bore*. Ithcumatlom, I'ain in the Moin- 

acb, (<l<le and liowel*. I>('bility.aiid 

all eomplainta arlaing from 

nirURT^IES OF THE BLOOD. 

For aale by F. H. BUTI.KR h CO.. corner Cee 
tral and .IncUon alri-eta : J. K, UAYK8, IS Ceutral 
alreet, Lowell. 


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Cliilcl'A Friend! 

Perry's Worm Tea 

APAFE and effectual remedy for all klnd« 
Worma found In the human bo.ly ; elao a rcr 
tain cure for M'orm FIta, Worm Fever, Tentamu*. 
Ice. ro*«eailng In It* t'oniblnatlon eminent cU-an 
*lng and (trengtlK'nlng (iropcrtit'*, It* uav will al 
waya Improve the health of the patient, whether 
impaired by worm* or other cau*e*. 

Price Tweitty>flve Ceilta, 

Prepared only by JOHN A. PEKRV, ChemUt, 
Bo.toii, Maa*. Kold by F. II. BUTLER fc CO., 
cor. Central and Jackaon at*. tyZTdOmV 


1 

M . OVA"* haa thla day admitted 
• Mr. B. M. WKh:i> to Mil Inlereat III til. 
general bunineaacnrrli-d on bv him iit liU old ataiul 
So. 41 fentriil Street. Mr. Wee.l hiia fur ac-vcrnl 
year* given hi* whole iilteiillon to Ihe **-verii 
lirrtiiclioa of buainea* carried on by iiie, iiml wc ar. 
.-oiiddfiil Ihiit all who fiivor ua withlh.-lr pMtron 
^lee will And our g<HHt«lhe beet the market nflTord* 
while our prin-a will be aa low n* the aumv quality 
of euod* In Boalon or elaewhere. 

Dur atock of I'innoa, 8erapblne*, Cabinet Or 
gnn*,etr., etc., will he kept comulete, both f-r *al. 
and rentinit. Sheet Mu*icRnd Miialciil Work* o' 
iill klndi". Picture* and Picture Frame*, Oval an< 
-Square, for I'lioloirraphii Hnd PHiiiting*, hi greui 
variety, and at greiitly reduced iirlce*. 

Piirtlcular ntlenlioii pnl.l to llii* branoh of 0111 
liuaine**. .\ll the varloua elylea of the diiy ui 
band or manuf;irtiired nt xhort notice. 

I Hm- atock of Clock* andTlmepieee* I* the Inriren 
In the citv, and of the bent quality.* Looking 0\n»f 
e* a{id Plate*, both French and German, of all 
aliea; Olaaoe* and Kraniea re gildid iind repaired 

.VUo .\gent« for ginger Jk Co '» eelehrnted K«w 
ing Mnchi.iea, and. the " Union " Button hole Mn- 
.liiiie*. W. U. 1>Y.\K. 

Lowell Oct. 2. IMi, octidtl 


Reputation Established! 

Jflrn. S, at. af/f' n is ttufy 
It publie bencfaclrfan,, am: 
litr wouAtriul success <* 
itttprtfcdittleti, lOer fttni- 
find her discoveries li^v: 
gone abroad^ and to-drtfj 
she is in her line the lar^' 
fst tnanufacturess in thi 
world. 

Everybody Interested. 

Youth and old age an 
alike bent iiied by Ihe u^e oi 
Mrs. S Ji.-^Wen''H lf*>##rfV 
Hair nestorcr and ilatr 
Dressing, They act di rcct' 
ly upon the. roots of tht 
hair„ cansin-si Inxuriani 
grou^th and beauty, l*«fi/ 
*^air^il chauiied lo grry f.r 
white by kirline^sor other 
rauses^ will soon be res: or ' 
ed to its natural color and 
beauty* DundralT erarti- 
caUd forever. - The ES.At 
falling stopited. The u: «> t 
delicat ht ad'dress t;r bon^ 
net can be tc:trti tcith^>vt 
fear' of soiUng. The most 
dc light fal fragrance to thi 
hair is imparted, Ef you 
wish t9 restore yt^ur hair, 
as in youths ami retain il 
through life, without tic- 
lay purchase a bottle of 
Jfirs. S.^'i. ^'Mllen^s Wtrld s 
Miair Restorer and UrisS' 
ing. ~ . 


MAI>AMR M. H. PKRREOAULT, 

l^ HO ha* natonliihed Ihe eelenllllc ela*aea of 
I'lirl* and L.ind<>n, ha*, now iiermaneiitly 
located heraelf at .\lt>any, N. Y. Madnine Perrv 

Cault, by the aid of her wonderful Inhtriinient, 
lufwn aa !))« IIONnMCOPB rtiarantre* fo pn.ilure 
a life likeplrture of the tiiliir.- Iiiialiand or wife of 
Ihe patron, together with tliu dale of murrlitge. 
ien.linir trallii of rliaracler, orcnp^itlon, etc. 

Till* t* no humbug, a* thouaanda of teetlmonlala 
can aaaert. hbe will aeiKt, when tUalred, a writ- 
ten guarantee that the picture I* what il pur.'Ort* 
to be, 

lly utallng aee, height, complexion, color of eye* 
and hair, and Ineloaliig*! centa, atlll alampi'd en 
velnpe. n<ldre**>'il to youraelf, you Will receive the 
picture by return mull. 

A-I.lrea. Madame M. H. I'KKltK'VXri.T. 

octlg»3 in P. O. Draw er JU2, -Mbaiiy. N. Y. 



BEAUTY. 
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UBrKV, Gold 
en, FlHllen,Hiid 
Rllken 41 KI.S pro 
diicud by Ihe u«e of 
Prof. Mr. ' liRKI X'* 
KUIKKll LK CllK 
VEl.\. 

One application 
warraliti'il to curt the moMi •traiulit nnd ■inbhorn 
Ikiilr of either *ex Into wavy riiiKleto or heavy miw 
klve rurU. Ihi* b«en uned by the fanhinnnble* of 
I'aria and London with Ihe moat gratifying re- 
aulla. I>o<'a no injury to the akin. 

Price by malt, aealed and pout paid, $1. De* 
cripllve circular* aciil free. Addn** 

BKROKR Sia'LT7, »t CO., ChrmUta, 
P.O. Drawer 81, Troy, X. Y., aole Atrent* for 
the United 6tute*. ocll8*am 

WBZ«K£RS 

A NO MUST A 
»* CHK« forced 
to grnwii[>i>ii tile 
*miiotlie»t f.ice III 
from three to Ave 
weeka by u»ing Dr. 
sEVm.\E> KKS 
T A V U .S. T i: K 11 
CAl'Il.l-.MKK.lbc 

moat wanderliil dlnciv-ry In nio.lern science, act 
iiiK upon the lie.ird and lluir in un ;ilm<uit ni<racu 
loua manner, it haa UfH u»ed t>y the elite of Pa 
rU and l.omlnn with the nioNt flalt.Tlnir nuceeni. 
Name* of all purchiM.ra will be re^'iKtired, and li 
entire aatlKfaetion \i> not givi n in evi ry Inalaiice, 
the money will l>e chierfiilly reluml.il. 

Price by mall, neuied and piml paid, $1, T>e* 
er1i>tive cirriilarii and t.-nliinonialH niailed tree. 
BKKUKU SIIULTZ & CO., ChemUu, 

P. O. Drawer "I, Troy, N. Y,, w>le Agenlx for 
Ihu United Sta"» ocllS*3tn 

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" OBi'LTT, A.M.. Principal. AocoinmwlaUona 
excellent; Courae of 8tuily exUnMve and ihor- 
onuh ; Board of Inatruetlun large, ei|.erjeiieed and 
elllcleiit,and rr/jf aae* lr»M thau ut una ntJur «<■*.«</ 
of Ihr fimf o'-.xlf. Kl«hly j.iipll. (n altendance, 
bummer aaih Fall Terma. Winter Torm 
Jan. 8: Hummer Term, May 7, Ittt. 
to the Prinelpat. 
Weat Lebanon, N. H., Dee. I8U. 


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finely printed and lllualriled. Adapted to Ihe 
whole eoumn-, Largeat circulating lournnl of Ita 
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tJreal Inducementa (Caah Pri.mluina, etc.) to Club 
.\geiii*, and one WMiited.in every town. .\«ip ij, 
the Tintrtti SHhtriltt untt^'orm t'lubt! M|>i>cl 
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The*e celebrated Pena, of GKNUIVK AMKRI 
CAN M.VMKAiriUUK, arefor aale lo the trade 
at their warehouaea, 

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Ihe United Statv*. 

PAT02VT OFFZCBS. 

Inventor* wIm wl«h to lake out Letter* Patent 
are advlKcd lo cunwl with Moara. MU."*}.""* It C«»., 
e.tiUtrH of Ihe 8<'ieritiric .Amerluan, who have proa' 
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Iwenly Year*. 'J'beir .-Vnierleaii and Kurope.tn 
I'alenl .\«ency la t He moat extenaive In the worl.l 
.V pamph • t, cunlalni^ig full InHlriietiona lo Inren 
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iirnr ral' Smtthrrn inad il»fnry. 

No. 62 BKOAOWAr, Nr.w Yoea, 
Have Landa a.lapled lo nil piirpoae* for *ale and 
liai.e, at low r^.U*, AI*o Kacl.iriea, fuw audUrlal 
Milla, Mill Site.. Waur p<iwera, CcMintry Htorea, 
laniierle*, and opening* lor all kinda of Mechan 
\';. Great ii.duc.'iiienta olT. red 10 perauii* iroini; 
^outh, ritl^er aingly or In coinmiinlllea. Call or 
*elid furiufortoalion and CalaloKue*. 

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jB»- A l>nTaiat.oai«Ai, View op IfARBtAnr, 

cnuittluiiui auojiv auo pag**, and lau flna PI.ATK 
KM(iKAVING8 of Ihe Annlomy ..f Ihe liunwin 
Ori{aii* 111 a atate of llenlth an-l Diceaae, wllb a 
Treallce on Karly Krmra, It* Deplorable Conae- 
(lueiicea upon lh« Mind aiid Body, with the An 
thor't Plan of 1'rratment— Ihe only rational and 
auceeaaful mode of cure, aa ahown by the report of 
caee* tienied. A truthful advlaer to the married, 
and 1ho*e enntempliiting marriage, who entertain 
douliU of their phyckal condition, Henl free of 
poalaKe to any atldnMM, on rtieHpt of t» eeiiU, In 
• iainii« or |>o,-tal currency, by aiidreaaliin Dr. LA 
CUol.V, No. 31 Ualdeu l.anc, Albany. N. Y. The 
author may be cunaulted upon any of the diaeaaea 
upon which hia b<Mik treaU. Medlchiea acnt to 
any part of Ihe world. 


.Ag«nU Waited. 

• l«« a month will be paid for young men to en 
gave in a new and honorable bualiuv*. Both local 
an.l travelling ayeul* wanleil.* For circniara and 
term* addrea* L. !,. TODD Ik C'»., 
, • Naaaau afreet, Hew York. 

^H'^*"**— ArenI* to*ell onrnoiHl*<ir th< 
be*t Patent KiKht thai ha* . »er b.-. n offer 
ed U> Ihe puMte, The marhliie i* more nnlvera*! 
ly uaed, and pay a a lurKer pinflt to >tfe>it» ''it 
any patent article In the markil. Patent Ulshta 
••MiKbt and eold at 7« Cornhlll, Boaton. uu> aulr*. 
Offlcv hour* from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M 

I* tJMBOn.N ft CO. 


SOHBirCJH 

IK BOBTOIT ' . 


• ETERY M »• l»nt.S|i|AY. 

HcbeMk'i Ph naiie > jri^ 

■KA.WMJtD TOVIO 


AND 


miB ASB vi^m. 



-^ SILK BATTING, 

a new artlel* for 

COMKOHTKRS. 
KEYKS ft TUCKF.R, 


novl5dif 


134 Merrimack •tree!. 


Prints and Sheeting 

25 and 28 Cents. 


novlidif 


.KEYE8 ft TUCKER, 
1S4 Merrimack *l. 


^OUTHEItV 
^ PR 


:j'=*>^ 





r 

9 


Office No. 108 rentral St., corne 
of liurd. 

LOWKLL. MASH 

(IT J/onei/ to Liian on X)old and Silver Watt 
*. Jewelry, lirv Ooodf, I'i mo Korte*, Bno' 
hoe*, I'arriage*. HarneKae*, *c , .Vc. 

:Lr Watch BK and Jbwkuiv neatlv repair*- 
,nd warrar.teo. 

XT P.ukiern. Weatern aid Canada Mone 
luugbt. 

N. B. — An eiidle-a va ietv of Unredeemr 
I'ropern for "tie CHEAP. 

L. h. ftlCUARUeON. p. L. RICHAUMbM 

a26dtf 

PIA!%0 MIICTKN. 


».AND, KMIORATION, AND 
DUCT COMPANV, 
.Vo. 71 Bruiilwity, near IFail Slrrfl, A'. >',, 
Iff.r* for ►ale 4,(»0,imO uccea of the flnenl and moat 
.(aiuuble Land in Ihe 1*011 hern .-late*, at exceed 
itin y low pri.ea. 'I racu from ID' Ulo M'.uiiUHcrea. 
I'ottoii Plantat 01.*, Farina, Mineral and Timber 
Ijiiida, etc. Iron Work* and KurnHee*,Caal Land*, 
>ilver Mine*, etc. Title* gnantnlee.l, 
VV. U. (^UIKCY, Seereury. 


a 


SIL.VEB KAPKIW RIITOai 

KAFKIV RIVas 

MADE of pure Coin, efeverv variety and pnee. 
al S ANlKin.NS Mlv.r Warei|.i<1 .I.-welry 
Manufactory, curtiwr of Central aud Uid.lle Mreeta, 


Lowell, Ml 


iiovjliitf 


1866 DIARIES. 1866 

4L.\l{OE aaaortment of DfAniKSinn irreat 
v.irlety of bi. illiif;. r.,r aale at very low urieea 
for the timea.at 8AK(iKA.VT'i4 Bnokatore. 
«**«-•• City Governniint Bulldinj, 


FOR SAI.K IN Vlll(;iNlA, M 
»«r ALii Farms 2 

ON J AM E6 RI VKll. 
O.Xt nCSDRED ACHES ASD VrWAItD, 

Rich *' b- ttom land* '' adapted to Ihe riiltivatlon of 
Irnin anl rro.liice, well watered nnd eiiay com- 
nnnicHtiona with niar>-el». 'I he climate here *na 
lie* Ka'nier* to work all Ihe winter, and t^toek 

.liii'K ijiit require klHliling vi-r a month. I'riee, 

.415 t« 1^35 per nere, acdoiilinf/ to iiuitrittfrnriili.— 
A'aulor «aie. Mill*, Milling L.tiidn and I'lunla 

tion*. Apply early lo A. R. W.ARRKN, 

i U kierelianta' Kxcha.ige, BoBTOM. 

« ILSON'8 K.\RLT BLArKBKRRY,7.ar»e,, 

hwret nnd rroouctue, uhead of nil oi|i. r 

Rt cklterriea in ninrket, iiml liringa more money. 

rrlce per mall, 1 Plant, #'J; It Pluiila, %'i\. I hil 

ilelphfi ItiHiih^irii, 2 I'lint*. $1 ; i'i PIniila, $i.— 

.~eiid for t'alaloiruea irrnti*. 

Wll.Ll.VM Parry, Cltinamln*on, N. J. 

(JKOIJOK NV. i^KKKY & CO. 

MAMtrACTinr.Ba and dtaleb* in 
WAL.VUT, CHE6TSUT, AND PAINTED 

; H -^ M B i!i a K U K N 1 '1* U a £, 
Berfi;rra(orii, KDreiiDx, Wardrobcx, &r. 

I nd ii Holne *• El* k. llnyBiarhet ftqaare. 




The above ia acorieot ihei ei-aof Pr. #eheaek 
taken many year* ^ko immeiliately after he 
ha 1 recovered from Oonrunipi ion Wbrnlbe 
firtt waa ikken bo wrttfhed Mi7 pouniU ( ai the 
..re*ent time S<« writ,ht ia 22U pounds. 



CimiilMnie 

DR. HTRICKLAND'8 MKLLIFLUOUfl COUOH 
B.Vr.^.AM i* warranted to cure Ouugha, Cold*, 
llonraeue**, A*thma, Whoo|iiiie Cough, Wore 
Throat, ConauiiipUuu, and all aOTection* of the 
Throat and Lunic*. 

For *alc by Drucirlat*, &n cent* per bottle. 

GEO, C. GOODWl.V ft CO., 37 Ilanovcr fcitreet, 
Bo*ton, Sole Agent* for New England. 



DR. STRICKLAND'S PILE REMEDY haa 
mred thouaand* of the worat cnae* of Kllnd and 
Bleeding Pile*, It give* Immediate relief and ef 
feet* a permanent cure. Try It directly. It i* war 
ranted to cure, 

Vor *Hle by all DroKglat*. 60 cent* per bottle. 

GEO, C. GOODWIN ft CO., S8 Hanover Street, 
Boeton, Sola Agent* ft>r Mew England, 

aeptl d3Di 

"^ PARAFFINE OILS. 

HAVING been appointed Hoi.r. Aorirr* roB 
LowKLl, AND viciNirv for the anie of B.\l 
LEY k EATO.N'ri PARAKglXK OILH, for Ma 
ehlnery, fte , have them eonatantly ou hand nnd 
for aale at Mam r<rTi'RF.RH' pkiteh. 

Altentlou i* called to llieae Oil* *a being made 
excluaivelyfrom AMKUIC.\X CA.X.VKl- ('0.\L. 
nnd having no corinecllon with thr iiuineroua I'e 
trnleum Oil*, now *o!d under Ihe name of Parnf 
Ane by lrre»pon*lhlc partle*. frho endeavor to xaln 
credit by COPYING our circular* and our direc- 
tion* for u*e of our Oil*. 

C. B. COBURN k CO., 
Mechanic*' Bntlding. 
Lowell, Sept. S, IBM. * *eptbdtJHiil 

CHAKPAVNK ALK* 

The attention of the public ia aoliei 
led to the auperlor quality of HAM- 
MER'S fresh brewed CHAMPAWNl 
Thi* Ale i* brewad frrnh at all teasoni^ 
of the year, and the keeping ouality of it. eape- 
cially of luch brewed durina the moat exceaiivt 
hot weather, i* fpiaranteea for any leiigrtb ol 
time. For tale in hb<)t. hbla and half bbla. 
Only Bgent inLowall, U. O. KMBK80N, 

No. 128 Buffo. k Street 
Jan. 1.1S62. lanldtf 


ALB. 


CMTFZDBIVTZAS. 


Oltj Bia Poster and DUtrlbutor 

'pHR tnbaertber attend* promptlv to the PoetlDg or 
I DIetrlbutlBg o) Bill* or C'lrontai^ ef otery de* 
orlptloa. ChirgM reaaonable. | 

-t Order* reoe<v*d a* Mo. * 1 Oeotral Btrael 

KT-The amly reiaUr BfU Peater !■ the City. 

B. L. DAVlft. 
Uw4LI0b.tl.lM». eblld'AtW 


VOv'lne MEN WHO HAVE 

Inlored tbem*elve* by certain Bocroi 
htMt*, ahlch^nfltt them for buiineft 
pleaaure. or the dutloaol mained Ilia 
al*o mlddle-*g«d and old men, wbo, from ibe 'olliu* 
el youth, or oihor cau*«*. leel a debilitv Id advance 
ol their yiMi*, beloro placing iherntelve* nndor the 
Ueaunenlol aoy one, *lu>uld Brat reail "'turn Hae 
OBBT Paiaao." Married tadie*, »i*iiln| to nvol.l 
aa *.nerea*e of family, will letrn *omeil,ing of Imiior- 
lanoe by paruMng •• Tea Bbobit Pxiaao." 

Bent lo ant addre**. In a *e*len envelope, on re- 
oaipt of Twenty Iv* C«nu. A.lnr*** 

UK OH AH, A. bTUAKT* CO., 
Mareh IA, IMt. fdlvl Boetoa, Mu*. 


Sold by Drngeflits thronghont the '^orld. 

PlilNCirAL NALLS OKHtU, 

J93 4k 90O GrecBvricti St.. New-Vorli. 

Sept. 2e,18«5^ tept2»»ly 

f-OREST RIVER Lfc.lD COMP.INV. 

8ALKM. MAS^ACHUSKTIS. 

\LL ^ WITE LRAD (in OU) made at the Fo^an 
Hivaa MiLi i* wsrranlMl to b> ground lo tlu 
.e*t Uld London i n*e«d Oil: and it* auporlui qua! 
^y for Bout, UaTiaa and FiiKaas*, li I* belleviv 
* Dol excelled by any o«iabli*bment la the world. 
Ul While Lead made aiabova, and marked "War 
anted Pure," 1* i'aaracTLV Pc 

The great body and capacity for oovering of thii 
<oad. render* • . cheai>er lo the conaumer than othei 
.eads. Ill* coDlldxDtly IvelievaO that l(Ai ll>( or it 
rill do aa much worii a* I8S lb* oi mo*i other Jrandt. 
'Cbl* fact ha* been *l»led by *oa)e of the beet paint- 
it* In thi* vicinity, la Bo*ton and eliewbere. A fall 
rialol the article will convince any practical (unpte 
adiced) usinler thai he can work easier *Dd l< 
;reater advantage with It, iban with any other Leat* 
low offering lo the public. 

The Uenural Agent, wbo pereanally auperiplend 
hemanufaolnrb of thi* Lead, haa been engaged it 
.he Lead Builne** for nearly a quarter of a rctitnr^ 
ind hik ex(.erlnnce, connected with important lu 
iroTemenl* 'n the mode of nianuti ■ nrr,onaMt*hir 
oh4mi*b an article that cannot autpaaaed. 

Lead manufactured by the "K ' at River Lead Oon 
■any," can be obtained at the anufscturor'* prict 
I CHARLkB B. COBURN, 4 and S Meehanu 

Inlldne, linttoD *tre«t. Ixiwell aprltftd 

W.tIC STORL! 

Frame Manufactory. 

W . H. DYA 1{ 

39 CENTRAL STREET, 
Continue* to keep a Urge STOCK of 

LOOKING GLASSES 



'ij'i ^V taNer 

jS'-TfT V di'ectlon* *eei.n 
^.'» Jt. '/ B£R I— /■*«« mti 


he /^mericaa submerged fump 

W»* niratded 7>ro M'Ailt at Ihc late Charitable 
Merliniilci." Fair, Boaion. It I* tlTe i^tnpleat, mnal 
dura'jie, ciic pett tttrcu jump made. Entirely of 
caat lion, haa (in /««•. iiiyxtr /» <nii(/ i<</rcji, cannot 
cnniiot gt^uut of order. iVllrrr* Irim 2il irala. to 
|ii.t.(li irala. per inlnutc. Every peraon can be ault 
ed iicror.lliig to hi* wRnta. huitable for farm*. 
Iioiire, factory, rliip, and general use. It i* an ad 
inirulile KIre Knvli.c. 
AtDEVEUELJC ft CO. General Agent*, 

Ift Merchant*' Row, Boston. 

•IHR "^AL-M LKO." 

I'lRNIflllED BY GOVERNMENT TO poj.. 

* DIERN.— All who de*lrean Arliliclal I.etf, 
imHvalli d for cim_fi rt, rivrrvirvrr, r.-mn my aid 
i-lnjiiiiri; pieuae aend for a circular lo the SALEM 
LEU CO., Sulim, Muaa. 


RViiU At (;RIFF|Tfl, 

NO. 77 MERHIMACX 8TREKT, BOLK AOENTt> m 

ALLKT OAVIH ft Ci.'t celebrated Grand *n< 
-quare I'lANOH, for wiilch tbey received tbi 
nr*t I renilnin over all other conip-Utnrr al Ibe lal' 
Mecbinlcs' Fair In this city, have conatanily rm ban- 
a g ' 41 a**or*<nenl ol the above-name<1 maker*' P. 
aio ortet, *l nannfacturerp' pricee, w**ii«nTin, I' 
every (lartlealar, lo lie the beat r'aao Forte* made 
N. U.— Piann Porto* and Melodeon* to let, 
Lowell-lane 4. iu«. lefdl^ 


KOR 8ALK, 
<ize or style, 
/ramei (jt 


and mrnufacturet 
Kmployt good 


to order aii 
woikmen o 


i ' /•// 


PICTURES, 
& PHOTOGRAPHS. 

l)v*l and oth»!r styles, Ornamented and Plain. 
RegUdlag aad Repairing Plate* far Ula 
Aileudcd to, 

Imitaliofl Gold Noulilinf^x tor SaleMica^ 

A large Stock of 


SLLVMSL FBDIT KB1VX8, 

MADE Of CO/JV. 

jiiyiW rl*TLE8 Ju.t recelv,.d ,t AMOS BAM 
1^ BO'jPI'lt HUvor Ware and Jcwajry Manufae 
lorr, eOVaer of Oontral aa4 Middle tunaaU. Lowell 

no^Mlf 


BW ZtnTftC rrNRANTB reealved at J. 

a J. M. FtABBOIfB, 
I Baak Slook, BhtMoek etreeU 


N 


r* ^* 


'4£ 


Bnab. very Baa MIAaBA RKB for *aU 


4,:i- 


^■arPfliBt rmmmmrnirit )«at rooaiead by 
MiLLuroB,imomu»iim, «mha 


-1 f 


OOVBRNOB VALVES. 

FIR MatioBary Bnginet of • Jud*on'a Pa 
Unt," Roobeator. W. Y.. aUo, "Fitt*' Pa 
Unt Olobe aad Uovornor Valve*," for sale b 
.-*.., ,. , ^'^ PARKER, 

ioMtr ' No. BOeBlTBltt 


Sept. 24. 18(10. 


fte., fte., fte. 


aep24dtf 


GRAND CONCERT f lANO. 

^j^MQ^ W, H. DTAR ha* the -leaaar< ef It- 
^^^^^Hfomlng ibenuaioal pabllo that b*ba* 
1 B I n fP"^!"!* BaaMnNtoo Hall anew fnR 
i ■* •' "&?»<• *l 0««»« Piano, to rent lor 
OMOBrtg mt rartle*. Inlbrmatlon la ragard lo II 
aaa be had of Mm JaaUor. at Ifte HalL or athi* Mnak- 
Btora. il Oeotral Buaat. Bovl4dti 


ttlOAR CABCB reeeiredlhi* day at No. lU 
t MarHawak «t«aat, hf KKOwilfl VIMM 


which they offer 
Look at thea. 


> -M'^i 


for tai* M^w aa die Jowcat.— 
oet» 

.1 I'. . • 


OOLTON'S 8BLE0T FLAVOBS 

OF Ihe choice FruR«, Spleee, etc., for making 
lee Cream, Pastry, Haueea, .lellie*. Cuatards, 
Blane Mange, Cake, etc. Every housekeeper and 
lover of choice flavors ahould try theae Flavoring 
KitrncU pnd compare them with other* — being the 
beat and moat economical. 

J. ft J. M. I'EAUisON ar* the Agenu (or Low 
ell, Baring* Rank Block, Hbattuck at. *«ptl« 


h^T II 


rr\ 


I if- for Ihf II ir 


will restore Gray flair lo It* ORtr.i!«Al, roi.oB, 
liriii/ditiiii nnii /iivwio/ra ihe irAiwth ot the weak 
'*> liulr; atopn ita falliiiK out in thrie il.iya : k.epa 
'lie head clcun. cool, and healthy; enn be used 
'r.ely; coiilalna iiothiiig Iniurloua Thr Ijmt Jl<iir 
Oi-fjiMimj) tri r i.JI'rmf In Itir pnMir.. It la recom 
:neni(ed nnd u cd l-y Ihe flrat medi<-«l authority.— 
~old Ht tl e driiir atorea, and ol my «.fnee. No. 1.128 
KroM.lwny, N. Y. 1 assure all peraon* tne above 
lireparaliun will do nil thai la c^iimed for it. 

SARAH A. CHEVALIER, M. D. 


OIU FIRHKRS' ALHANAC, 

BY ROBERT B, 71BOMA8, 
and 

London Almnnao, IlIUBtrated, 

^•ORthe y**r iNflft— joat received and for aale 
at COGGKSIIALL'H Book and Blatlonarv 
ttoee, tr Merrimack alreet. oovl 

AB a*ual on hand, bv KNOWLBS BROfl, at 

of RAHf r)nwVl<A8.yia tfrao orfair watther 
prepai* ftfrlBtnt by gtfl/fg to KlTOWLiXS BBOB 
aa^kBylgfoMglftyenriovfrtook . .oMi 


f-ARM AND KRUIT T ANDH, In a mild and 
* benltliful climate. Thirty iniles «0Mf/; of I'hl 
ladelphiii by rnilroad. In New Jertey, on the *ami 
lllieul latitude aa IJaitlmore, .Md. 

The soil ia rich and pinthic/irf, varying from n 
clay to a aniidy loam, aullal.le for \\ heat, Graaa. 
Corn, Tohneco, Fruits and VeKCtahlea. Thla la a 
greiit fruit niuntry. Five hiitid red Vineyarda aim 
Orchniffa have been planted out hy experienced 
fruit (jrowers, Grspea, I'enehes, I'eiira, Ike,, pro 
duee inuiKPr" proHlH. Viiiilanil I* already one o( 
Ihe moat beautiful pincea in the United Htates.— 
The entire territory, consl'llng of llfty aqi;nre 
miles of land, ia laid out upon a iriMiernl aystein of 
improvements. The •nii<l ia only aold to netiinl 
setllerawllh prorjalon for public adorninent. The 
place, on account of Ua Krent beauty, ns well ax 
other ndv.'inlairea, haa become llir rmiirt <>/ jiro/ih 
nf tiiftr. Il hna liicreuaed Ave thouaand p.nple 
within the pa»l three yenra. (Inirehea, Hlorea, 
Sithoola, .\cndetnlee, Soeletle* of .\rl and Learn 
ln(. a d other elcmi'iit* of reflneinent nnd culture 
hnve been Introiliiced. liiinilieda of people are 
conclnntly fettling. Iliinilreda of new hoiisia are 
lielna coiiatrurled. Price of Farm land, twenty 
acre lota tinri upward, t'25 per ucre. Five and ten 
acre and Vlllnire lota for sale. 

Fruits nnd VeKitnlile* ripen earlier In thla dia 
trict Ibnii in any other locality north of Norfolk, 
Va. Improved pliicea for aale. 

Openlnea for nil kinds of huatneks, Lumber 
Ynrils, Manufnctoriea. Konndrlea, Stores, nnd Ihe 
like; nnd Memn Powi-r, with room, can be Eeiit<-il. 

For pertona who deaire mild winters, a health 
fill climate, nnd a g.iod aoil, Inn country beaiill 
fully Improved, nhonnnliiir Tn friilla, an.l poaaeaa 
liiir nil other social prlvlU'ifes, In the heart of civil 
izniiini, It la wortby of a visit. 

Letter* aiiawereil and lliu Vineyard Rural, a pa 
per KivliiK full iiiformntlon, nml containing lie 
porta of Hoinn Itohlne'in, sent to applicant*. 

Addreaa CIIAS. Ki L.VMllH, Vlnelniid P.O., 
Landls Township. New .Jeraey. 

I'rom Itrfiiirt nf .Solon Uohitmon, Affricvlturnl 
Kilitor of thr Triimnr i " /( in one of thr tnimt ix 
feimivr jrrtilr. trnctt, in an olmntt lerrl poiitmii 
nnil ivitiilih cfrntHlion for pleiimtit furmhiy thtit 
toe ku'no 0/ Ihit tiiUufihe Wuteru J'Tulrirn?' 

nnvl dftfem 

_,^ 8TXVIOMB5' . 

Pitent Buraer and Pttrolcnm 
^ P!n>d, 

ClAN ,be obta'ned in Lowell at the following 
/ slofea ; 

F. II. Chnndler ft Co., »•! MId.llesex Street. 
R. F. Clark, 'UA Merrimack Street. 
l*llekiicy ft hpuAvrd, corner Bridge and Third 
BlreeU. 

I. W Whittemore, 45 East Morrlmnck Street, 
Gibson Bro*., i-oriier Brldire and I'nge Ulreet*. 
J. W, Na*b K Co.. lUu Culitral Mreut, 

M. Ilemeliway, Ml Central hireet. 

II. S. Orange, tiu Merrimack Mruet. 
Bohoiinn Iv Harney, Ilale'a Mill*. 
J. Mehnn ft Co., Pre*ci>lt NtrceL 

J. F. I'ullir, .Market Mreet 

Jacob Nichols, roruer Lowelland Duttaa Streets. 
> Also at whol.aiiloand retail t I'lCRSON NOVEh' 
Furniture Rooms, SO and 4ii Market Street, wher* 
al*o can be obtained n new and iuiprovad LAN- 
TERN forburnihyfluiil. 

Whule*nJe ll«Hdi|u*rter*of the Symond'* Patent 
Hurner ft I'etroieum Fluid Co., 40 India Street, 
Hoatoa. PKltbON NOYES, Agent. 

oelB ctr*«l 


UMBHELLAB AND PA Ha 
BOLM ihgde and repaired, Cana* in 
Ivory aai Uold aotting. Pinking, em 

broidorinp, ftc, to., ot 

DTAB'S MXT^C STORK, 
41 OoUral Ctrool, otgrootly ro4aoo4 ptwoo. 


PZIBSI PZLBSI PZZiBSI 

\LL outward appllcntien* are lime thrown 
aw.y. IIARIti^ON'(4 P, RLS T.XLTH: L<>Z 
KNGEri remove the cauae.vlz. — Costlvenesa. They 
■ir.' the only inrmanent cure of the Piles, either 
iileeding or hiinil. For anle al No. I 'tetmoiit 
Temple, nnd by all Druggist*, or will lie kviit by 
mall on enclokleg AO cent*. 
J, S. HARRISON ft CO., Proprietor*. 

CATARRH! 

DR. WADSWORTIl'f* I MV I P U n SURE 

Cl'ilE lor the above complnint, after nil other r.-ni- 
edtra have failed. m» aay IhouMindaof Ihoae pa- 
tieiila who have Riven Un trial. Do not bealtate, 
but procure the tm-dlrlne al niiee. It will not dia. 
appoint you. Send rtump for a pamplilet nil nbout 
Ciiiarih. Pur snle by the Proprietor, II. B. BUR- 
KI.N'GTON, rrovideiice, U. I. AUo for *alo by 
Druggi*ts getierully. 

M4M»-IA«I«; ANO CFMBACY. 

.\n Ea**y of Warning and Inatmellon for Young 
Men, ,iuat puliiialied by tbe liownrd ,\aaoriullon, 
and aeiit in eealed letter envelopes free of cliarge. 

Address, DR. J. bKll.I.EN IIODGUTON, 
^ Uuwurd .\**uelailun, Phlludel, Ida, Pa. 


-J. H. W^NSl 0«7 & CO. 

[e«TA,nLiaiir.D I860.] 

10U,000 Woleh.i, I'h ipx.iivrr /trlicliilc. 

*» •» 'f •• f.'iOii.OOOl 

TO BE SOLO AT ONE DOLLAR RACn, 
WITHOUT REGARD To VALUEI ' 

Anihwllobtp<iU/or until you know what you art 
toyrf. ^ ^ 

\A a^LIVDID I.I*T OT ABTICLeI, 

F^CII 
inrfOold Hunting Ca*ed Watche*, • #11600 
lOi Gobi Wnt.'bea, 7U UU 

2<it)>La(lii a' Gold Wntrhe*, 40 UQ ' 

Auu f .iidli-*' nnd UunK't tUlver VTairHea, 18 uo \ 
l.tXMI Revolving Castors, lo uo to 18 UO 

3,1*10 Di inking Clip*, 7 uo tu lUOU 

A.umiOvnl ami i'hiia'd fJold Braceleta,& iiu to loOO 
«(**) Vest, Neek nnd Onnrd Chain*, ft oil to 10 1« 
:i!blMI l.ndie*' Callfor. Diamond RIoga, 3 ill) to 8 UO 
8, OU Magic. Hp*lng and Minp r,ncketa,4 UU to lUUO 
lu,u. u Gold Pen* with Silver Mounted 

Holders, 4 00 to 6 00 

lO.bOOOidd I'ens with Silver Bilen- 

slon Caaes, 4 00 tn 8 00 

8,000 Seta Ladle*'. Tewelrv, 6 UO lo lU 00 

6,UUU Tea, De**erl and Table Spoon* 

per dozen, 12 00 lo 34 00 

6,000 Dea*ert and Table Fork*, per 

dozen, 14 IH) to 24 00 

4,nno Bultor Knivee, per pair, OO to 10 00 

:i,lNiO NapKIn Ring*, per pair, UU lo liiUO 

31,uOo other article*, 4 UU to 10 

Certificate* of all th* variou* articles, ataling 

what each one cao have, are Brakput Into etiver 

opi-*, aealed up and nilied ; and wiien ordered.are 

taken nut wltlioui regard to choice and aeiit by 

mail, thu*|(lving nil a lair chance. On receipt of 

the CertlHenle, you Will see what you can have, 

and then II la at your option to eead oiie dollar aad 

take the article or not. 

One of theae envelopee wUI baaant by Biall on 
receipt ol 26 cent*; Bv* for $1; eleven for B*; 
thirty forgo; elily Bvefor$IO; one hundred lor 
$11>. 

AOK.VTS wanted everywhere, Great Induce- 
nieiita to l.adlea and ttent* to act aa tueY\, Fall not 
lo Mind fer Iroular. whinli givee apeelal l«naa,rull 
11*1, and partlcQlar*. Addre*a 

J. H. Wlf^BLOW ft CO., 
Ko. >.« Uroagway, Mew Vork. 



[Copyright tenured. J 

i^r. ft'ailisuh'H Nure Rf medic 

.^ pciiai Diseases. 

IKDI.AN EMMENAG060E. 

in* Prepared eipretaly fo 
Lsuiea, and iakuptriortn an> 
lhini{ eUe for legulaiiru the *ys 
fern in ra«eo • f ehairurt ••■ 
fri'in vhattver eavte, a' d there 
fore of thr ates'eat valde U 
those wbo may wish 'o avoid *i 
evil to whirh they -rr Ihble. I 
taNen a* directed,!' will ctu- 
en$f cu-oh f ft> pudieine,' ■ ' 
alao pftfvelty tafe. Ful' 
'lupany e«eh bo»- 
rr REMKM- 
mtdicinr i* < r*M/T.- 
''•■"-*■.. ed -^rrffiy for onaTiNAii 

CAMBfl.irAteA <»// CHEAP eewierfte* o' f/ie ki^w 
haee faiu>dto rurr: nit thnt tt ttvnrranttd it 
repr^ttnl^d IN KVKfiY RK-ll-CT. or th. 
Itriee viU btttefundef fty HFWARE 01 
IM'TATIO.NP ' tl d especially those i *ving a 
cxuiiierfait of n>y Indian Ftgure for a ''eeep 
tioii — Nnn" ir nul' e Mnle*. ohtatt!e^ nt In 
Vat itin.'$, OJpci. \!iy LadUt trAo tri A, cat- 
Anre Viorif in the city durmy tre'tmit,t. 

DIURETIC COBdPOUNDi 

For OM*»*e* 0' tSe t'rinary Orymmt rrtuU- 
ing f'om •mpmrtenet e«n* ng fiN/>maer eu 
cA'iri/,*, Ar»(. iftt>iti«n ^e II lOntatnt no 
CofMiira, Cuhtht. I t>fptnt>H*. oi ny othe- 
oflen«ive or ifij'i io'ie oru.; but I* a aale, aare, 
and pltntant reaoedy that will - ure ir. one hal' 
th» ti oe of hBv olher. Of th< ^n«- mill here- 
funded. Tou that h-^ve been taking Baltam 
C'o/^ein for in< n*hs without her.efit. until *ie« 
and pale vnur brea'h and clo hr* are 'ainted 
wi<h it* ofTenai^e odor, thrnw It away »oi arno 
fur a t»i tie of thi* .«t<r« Remedy. It will no* 
t-iily rure you of otire, but aUp e>*n*e the 
ay* rm from the bnr•^Il f'rnirs y«'u have ben- 
•ekinti tn lot^g O* For Chronus ea-e*. o 
Bioiiih* andev*n ie</r*' duration, it I* a «iir' 
cure. Try l» once, and you wili rever t»n'e 
• he disyiistirg ntisiates of tialtam Caf-ai.<i 
stf'tin 07 One Ur^e h -tie generUly euffi- 
cieul to cure, — Prirr 95. 

ALTERATIVE SYRUP. 

for Imiur.tittiff Ihe hfood retuf'tnp from 
ttn/jri'dtttc, eatiiifff Eruvi'Ont nf the >-kiu ; 
titirr rhtont. Muu kntid So»r ; Lott.of Hatr 
1)14 Sore*, Steetii< gt Pn tu tht Hofiet, amd 
ail other tUpa of an octirep"Uon in the tyttem. 
IO* N'» rrme-i* ever dlsei>«ered has done wh .t 
h*N iieeii sriiieied b\ thi*. It enred a qenlle- 
man frftn thr South, ttoppinq 1. 1 Ketrvort. nnd 
for letiirh he jnttrtited Dr U. teilh ijJM'*, after 
taring b-rn unrer the 'rectmrnt of tht- matt 
etntneut phvti iani in Baltimore PhiLidelphM 
atid tieto York, for fivb TKaB8 '^ever de- 
t; air of a permsne' t cure, no niattrr hi.ie oh- 
ttmnte y ur eatf hot bfen uitil you haie 
horougiil. fe-ted he vir'uea of thi- | oient A'- 
temttve It is p rpB'ed eiprettty for the pur 
j-o»ej nd ia npeiior to «»,jf ofAer remri y lot 
■ue eaaea. Q70ua targe bottlr laata a moBtb, 
-••rlre tio. 

NERVE INVIGORATOR. 

fV Tiertout Dtbitity ; Semim.! Wfoktutt 
lot I of Power: Impot, nty Coti fusion oj 
Ihuugfu ; Lott of tjeniory ; Irritable Te i er i 
Ol'omy Apprehetttitmi ; Fear; Detpondeney 
Melattehoiy, a. d oil other eviU raused by »e 
ctet habi'aor r»lf*'a'*ive indulwenre. IJ;^ TM» 
iwre remedy it competed of ihe iuo*t wioihina, 
atrrnnthcning ..nd invigorating medicine* in 
the whole vrgeta'<le kingdom Inrming In com 
binati'*- . •he moat | eifert atUitlote tor tbi* 
"'..'vtnatp (!**• of malai ie* ever yet diM>oter- 
ed It ha* been tent to every Slate in the 
Union, p'witisriy OB'irg lbou**rid* who have 
never aren ibe inventor, lea'oring them lo 
toutid hialtk. Nervou* huflc'er ! wh<reveryou 
may be. don't fell lo lest t e vir oe* of thi^ 
Winderful llemrtty |L» One latgr bollle lasts 
a moh.h.— PrlreflO. The-e KOrK URK 
KH. Vi KDlEb, or* prep'irtd at my (\Jfirr, nn6 
aeiit by ■ xpr>«s eeeryvAevr, «tth full direc- 
ti'Mi* in a aealed parkage tecM'* from <J>ter- 
vaiton, on receipt bf ihe price by mail. 

IlIlPORTAm^ CAUTION. 

IO* ' houtandt ot Pol/art are paid to 'wind 
ling quaek* d,,ily, vAiiA i* tptitte than thrown, 
atcy Thi* cottiea from truetirg to tbe ercep 
live *dveril*empnt- of men callinc ihr/naelve* 
'•Doetart,'' whnsi on'yrec >mroeiida'ioti intehal 
Ihry tay of tkemielvet. XT A^dvertitin* phy >i 
<ian«, in nine ease* < at nf ten, a>e tmpotton; 
and mei^icinea of thi* kind fourd in ttrug ttorii 
B'e gen<r*lly worible«r. — uot up tn «*>/. and 
not to c«r«. The Sure Remettiet can be ob- 
tained at Tap Office only, and are wartanied a* 
rep'efenied, li, every fe*pect, or the price will 
be rr undtd. Pesnn* nt a didanee may be 
eared at h'.rae in lAe tkortetl potitltle ttme, by 
aeni ing for thtm. Q;/* I r Mattiaon i* an 
•dneaied phyaician of over twenty >rari*ex 
perienre, ten in oeneral nrartiee until com* 
pelled by ill health tn adopt an offl4f prartire, 
treating all aceidenia resuttlnn fiom inip.u- 
«1« nee Id botB teie*, giving 'hem hi* * koU 
alttutum. t^ Cireulai* givinw full informa- 
tion, wllb undoutied tetlimoniali ; kNo a book 
Ol) S.itetal Diteatet, in a tra'td ei'Veuype, *ent 
free. O* R* 'u*** <■*«' *'*><' '<"' 'Aein. for with 
out (MdiHoniuft no ttrmnyrr e*n be t'n*ted. 
Knel"* a *>*mp (or (Hivtage, ■• d direet tn 
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devote hi* time <<>M\ 
letr*„tBi*at j^'mJ f v 
tbe dl*«>*ie* <r all {•••(•aBlle.ied Animal* Ordeni 
la<iaiii a H«*l4eie« iilgh Btreet aanare. earaar 
*f • NBrii.tt Btreai, Lowell will •« v-^aipMr a*. 
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DM. i-Clli:NCK'S 

PriorlpsI I flie* ai d I iibni«ii iv it. at ihe V. E. 
-orner pf SIXTH at d COMMEI CK t>tieet8, 
Philadelphia, where all letter* or adtiee oi ba- 
4ine*» (.bi'uld be diorted. 

Up wi.l br fonid h< re every SATIBVAT, 
priifes>i' na ly >(> ex n ine ltii>ga » ih tie Ifea* 
..irome er, f.>r which Lto fee i* ihiee doll^rat 
all advire free 

In >ew Yiik. at No 32 TdND S'leel.aeaty 
TU - SI AY. fi< n. » /• . M. i« a P M 

III Boron. : 8 SI'MMI II. Kl KhRT, every 
W>dn.*'<y fi.mO^ M. •• 3 P M 

Al BiTtiian e. Md., 10t> Biliimore lUcet, 
\ery oiher Fooay. • 

HIE HISTORY Ol>I)R PCHJNrK'SOWN 
CASK. aM« how UE WA^ cured OF 
CO.N^UMPTlO^ 

^Bii) ye.r- t.|to, wl.ilat rr'!d|pg in rhiladei- 
I'hia, I l<*d |<tiikie«»eiJ gr*' itully into 'he la*t 
•tage of Pu monar. Coii»iimpiiui>. All hoi ea 
f my rero.ery being disripated. I w*a *dv aed 
b) mv pb>>iean. Dr. Parrii-h lo itniove into 
• be eou try. Mooie» town: New Jertey, ttirg 
my native place. I a a* rrtnovrd thither iAy 
lather and all hi«f'ini1y had lied and died 
there — and die'^ • f Pulnioiiar> Cun^nnptinti.— 
On mv airiv-l 1 wra put to I f d, aheie I lay for 
manv week* in m|,at w** deimid a hipeleae 
eoMtilMin/ l>r. Ihornioii, who h*d bten my 
fsihei'e family phy-ieiaa, ai'd had aitendad 
hini inl.i'. U>l lilneea. w^a calleo tn -ee me — 
He tr. ought my *»>■* *iiti riy biyund th.' reach 
ot tnerficire, and deotdcd tba< I must die. ard 
vavc iueui:e weik t.j arr»nge «>y ■eiupori.l af- 
laira In Ibik eip,renilv hop<|e*a condition! 
beard of the le-t edit- »h'i b I iiow mal-e Bad 
•e 1. It * en.ed fi me that ' could feel them 
wnr iiJg their way and penetrating every 
neiva Aure. and tiaaue of mv avdiM. 

My longs *D tivir put oo a new •ctlon, and 
•he moibid mailer sthieh for year* bad accu- 
muUted at (1 iiii'iited the difi'trtDt mgaaa of 
the body, wa* elima'e'i, 'be tiiheiclea un any 
ungt lipened, and I eipectotated Irt'm my 
lun^aaa mueh sa a pint of vellnw otien ieo 
matter every nioroing A* thia experti.ration 
of n.ai'er suti^iiiid. the fever .ba'id. the pain 
eft n*. til' eough ceared to haiaaa ■«. ai.d 
the eshauatli K t>iKh:-»wei.i* wrie no l.-ngei 
• nown si>ii I 1 ad lefie'bing ••lei p, to « Lit h I 
hsil long birnji stranger. My appitite now 
began to return, and at tins, a I iui-i.d it diffi- 
rul' lo reatrsin myself t ^gtoumueh; 

wi'b :his r< tnin I'f hralth.l {t'.nc. in «tirngth. 
aud now am fl shy I am n.'w * healtuy man 
aitb a la ge healed ci"a>ri> in the mi. die lobe 
of Ihe light lui.g Bhil the lowrr loi e heiihtisrd 
with complete adbekion ol the t.leuca 'Ibe left 
Inng is sound, aiid he nf.per lobe of tic light 
me i* ill a toleial.lt he..l'tit coiiiiiii.Mn. 

ConaumplHin BI hat trme w** thuugbt to b* 
an incnra: le diaea^e by tveiy one, physician* 
a* well a« thohe wbu were unlesrned in ■ edl- 
eint— H•^peci*l jr aucb ca*e* a> were ird jed to 
the ciiiH.I'ion I was in. 'I hi* indutet' many 
people lo believe mv recovery ot.ly ten vrary 
1 now prepared and gave 'he medicine to ooa 
•umptivf* f.ir some time. «nd rox.r m dy wAn 
de fuleuir*.; and th-' demand ii^teaat lautap'- 
idl),lhat I dtieinifed to offrr ibe<a lo tha 
public, and ileto'e ni u dividid at entioti tn 
lung disraae*. lu truth, 1 w** utBttofMced 
to it lor pe> pie would ser.d f.-r me far atid 
near, to areciiaiu abether tbiir caata war* 
like mine. 

Fur many year*, -n conjanction with my 
piincipal iiffiie in I'hMacJfipbia, I ha.e been 
mak'ng regular proleaaioital visita to Maw 

York. lio*'Oii. Ualiimore and PiUkburg 

For eevf-r*! year* p*at i ha e maoe a* man* 
*• five bundled rBaniinations, weekly, with 
l^e '* He*| irofne'rt." Fur aucb eaamination 
my charge i* ibiee dolltr*. and it enable* ma 
to give earh yaiiei-t theiiue eendition of hi* 
d ke-re, and tell biin trai.kly wLetbar be will 
get well 

Ibr great riasnn wht phy»i(iana do not cnro 
("onsumptinn i*, that they try to do loo much ; 
the< gl«e medl iuea to eiop Ihe eoiigb,'to atop 
the night *.' eat*, hei lie fi ver, ai.d by *o doing 
ihey ner«ige the «% b. le digfsiive eyatini, loca- 
ing up <he aecfeiK'tJ*, aKd evciitually the pa- 
tient die*. 

Ibe rulatoBlegyrop I* rne ui in* mo*l valuable 
Biedioliies kaiwii. Il ■* auirleni, power (illy tool* 
an.l liealInK 1.. Iiself It eoiilaiii* n<> oiia*", yet 
lonaen* ll'ii pbl'tin in ll'e buixbal tube*, aiid na- 
lute *.4iruwi. II «n with ll'ila eserilun: t>n« iMtila 
•reqnently et>r>s*D oidmair cold;' but It will ba 
Well ••sttu iske ailoaa ot^bniiik'* M*Bili*ka Pile 
to elesn»e the tiiins.b. The I'lilmonic hyiup J* 
readily <ilte*ie<l and ab- orbed lnU> t.lia/< , lavbteb It 
Imparls lis healiniE pioteitlea It i* <ii.e ul ttel«*t 

}.r<-i>aratioii* nl it. n lu u*e ; I la a |' aerlnl loalc of 
taeli; end wlun the rea*>ed Tonlo dlr*al«e* tbe 
mnenein the atomaeh, ard I* canted off by the aM 
bllha M*i>urake I'tili-.* h.*iih) g'.a •■ M**tile Juice, 
good 'ipieuu, and a Rood aiKHhium lollo*. 

1 he Keaae. o Tonic I* a *tim,ii»ni, and noae other 
I* loqniriwl when It i* used. It I* pnrn au4 ple*a- 
anl; ;ho l>*d effect* like when aMhg Buurbou wb**- 
ky which dlton^ei* the *t«mai'h, t-,i|4>r* the liver, 
lotk* up all ihe fecie l.-n* turn* the l>h«d Into wa- 
lar.dropcy aeU in. and ilMpailMit die- saddealv. 

Bombou whisky la ifoommended aow-aday* bf 
tlnio*l everv ph>elei*n. Many paileni* that vl*U 
n y r.'oni*, both male ard temale, *ie eiupifled with 
thi* |K,irin. Ibe rrllet la ten iwisrt. II they cough, 
Uie> Uk* a Htlle fililakv ; If Uiey lerl wr** and ieit- 
ble, they li>k"a|llile wliMy: IMhey cai.nnt aieep, 
they take a little wblsky; and ibev no on la thi* 
wai lequlnnK nm'e and nmre nmll tbey are Mealed 
up. and imagine ilcy are rniiTiK fleahy. The *tom- 
aeh, liver. aiMl .iliiesitve powt r* are eonp't t> I* dee- 
troyed, *nd In** tbelr api elite lor food. So itae <ra* 
ever cured el cunrumption i.y tl.t* proa***, where 
oavltiaa have h. eu lormed la tb* luaa*. A llltle 
BtlBiaivit, la inqiiei'U% laneBetal to eon*«a>ptlvaa. 
tuali aa pare Inaody orgcxd alnaaln may eaaaa 
Loadon |>ori> r or b ovn rtoot In iBi.di'*ta iiuantl- 
nns; b. t ouiiMiD ahltfcr baatena on, -<aaiaa4-ar 
aHrina evasnaii'ilon. 

Tbe baa wad Ionic iroduo. * la*llBg reanlt*. tbor- 
oniihiy invlaurat mcthe >i4>atac4i aa>t dliie*Uva aya- 
•em. and cpaMibK I' to el minate *Bd Bake lata 
healthy blood the '<M>d ah lob may lie eaad tar that 
Mirbaea U Ie *o woatierful la 4U «BImi* ifcai a'tHba 
via** tall ein digest a hear y meal, aad allttloarii 
lafcaa batur* bieakiast will mve a u>oa i« iha alav. 
act. w* leh Ibw me<ilelne* pc*«e** hi p<iwei el doiag. 
Tha MAVIiRAK R Pll.l H aa. ke iakea alih anUra 
*a aty iiy all ace* *Bd emMtlu. n*, pio. aelag all tBa 
gaed a*aall* that aaa be ohtalnwd Iraai ealt«al. or 
Mf nf the meieoria Bedlotnei-, and wliboat aoy af 
•hair burOhil or Ininrtno* tetnli*. Tbey earry eatOf 
Mw ayettai the O-euient *Bd aorn-eei maiiar* laai. 
aaed aad B«*aolv*d i v in< Beawawl Toale aad Pal- 
BiaalaBrrat. It willbaeeea thai all tbrseaf aiy 
BMBMlBee Bra Beaded la maet aaaea la eatoOM 
*uBrpM<ia. 

AOBIfTB. 
BOBTrtW Caerite n. ttoodwta B Oa, 
■r.W TORB- ema^Baraaa A Cbl 
•AL.TIMOBC-.B.B.liBa«a. _ 

PIT •MBtfB*— Lr. llaarg* «. leyMnf 
OmOlHlUTI^r B. Berry B Oe aad foha BJte 
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VOL. XXX. 


LOWELL, MASS.,- FRIDAY EVENI NG. JANUARY 5. 1866. 


NO. 8745 


TllK DAILY COUIUIiR. 

•FBaiCS-SIX DOlaXtARS A. TBAB> 

Or gU.M at tha end of tbe year.^ 

f^ Hlogle oopte* Three eeata. ^V 

STONprirHnSK, 

p OPBlKrOHH AMD POBLIBHBBS 

Ufllcr« 21 CBNTR\L STREET. 

TATUB or AOVRttTIBINO: 

Oaa inch ofepaoe In length of eolamn, eanetltutea 


'JITY ADVKKIISEMKNTS. 


a "i-QU***. 

. liae-rMi^^ 
ICaMdag* . 
tbrea d*ye 
Four dav*.. 
One eeeir . 
Twe 


$1 7F 
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., 1 V. 
, 1 ft'l 
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T^r"* we»k* , 

f>n* month 

Two mouUa ...,- 
Three nio ,tli* .... 
gis nl0'lt^*.. 


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(Paper notlnoludedl 

<'a»Ha1 NMlaaa ten eent«*lin"; laree *moan'» 

Il hi reiita. Ko charge hw* thaa U ly oenU 'or each 

neeriio'i, n. i_ .x 

-W-Prai^isit AlveriJsamaoU payable la ad, 

•anea; all mJier*qu*rt «'lv- 

Tha f/.TIf-t. W^KKI.V JOt;HV\L, tha oldeat 
aperin MllUa.ei "o.intv, l« p.iMlsh' d oo rUlUAl 
ti%.fHiS(\ al'fi.OO p«ry«»r In *dv^no«. 


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LOVVP;l.I. POST <>FFI<>l!i- 

*«M«aB BAIL AaaaaaaBBirr. 
Oren frem 7 A. M u» 8 P. M.. Hewnav* BBcarrBD. 
■A<L* euxB ma . 

Boalon at tk ^n.1 1 1 ) a. m. aud S p. m. 
hor<,bem »i 7 1-4 *. m. 
HmiI.u* at7 1-4 siM llj a. m.. and « r- «»• 
< nr-rd. V. ii.. si 7 and Ilia m.. and » p Bk 
Vane lasler «t 7 1-4 a m.. sod .1 p. m. 
Nee Tork ai 6 l-» lU- •». m.. 6 p. m. .,,. .«. . 
Worcjator aitJi a- m . and 4 p. m. 
e**U)rn St 7 a ro.. and 9 n m. 
l.*T»reoca al 7 a. m., and 4 p. m. 
P*lem *t7 i4ud III a. m. , „ , 
AU town* tietween f«ro«on Jonctlen I jw hu 

and W(n.1* 'r, VL. J 

r*ll'«r«4a mall* overland, ever? ™v, »t » p. 
j)a. b ' ♦teamar, tl ISth. and 8*1 ' "- 

ai 9 p m. 

■ AtLa DOB VSOM 

■iriar at t a. m , I i p. m., and 0) p. m. 
Mo.thei n »t 6i p. m. 
Mrsboa al • a. m.. U and «i !>•»"• 
C. neoid, S. H , at • *. m., l» and 61 p. m. 
Hanchesler at a. m. aad dj |>. m. 
;«wre .oe at OJ a. m„ a-ni 7f p. m. 
|.ew Tort at» a. m.. and U u m. 
Wore«<*l«r at »! a m . and 7* p. m. 
Raste'o al9 a m., and «| p. m. r 

galo** atOa. m., &nd7t p m. 
All town* IwlweeB Orolun Junction l^j p „ 
«,„d*or.Vl.. ,„„^ ^. oOOoiflN. - 
LowelL Oct. 10 1H9 


CIT¥ rf^Ainw. 

In Committee oq Accounta, t 
Janusrv llth, IHti-'i. S 

OKUKRRO, That hereaftci ihe Uuarterly 
Salary BllU. duly approved, be nreeenuw 
V> the Auditor or ■>r before tne imti day of 
VUrch, June, ?ept^mber, and December and 
•hat they be pi:y&h!e <»n 'ha fliat day of the 
Bwnto neit eucceedina. 

id. That all I'aoper bill* b? prOabnted to tht 
Vudltur onnrhrforethelMb dny of each month, 
5d. That all other '>illa bemade ut to in 
iludethe laktdayof the monih, i^J that, dulj 
ippraved, Ihcjf Ie prescoted to ♦he ^ Hitor on 
)r before the •bird d »» "f the following mantb, 
tnd -.« i>ayi»ble on the teati 

Ail bills r''*i«-»t''» '<••■ payment rauiit •preify 
vfaktlLeiriieleor »■ ticle» were Id — and. hen 
,or l%bof , where il va* parformcd— with propei 
iaie*. 

Item* char;<ed to different Appropriation 
hould be made out on lejtarate \\\\\%. 

All lUIl* not ii)rc*ente land approved a* abovs 
'ill He nve' 'intii the next month. 
CYFIJS M. I.\TMAM, 
HKN'LYH. wiLDEll, 
BKV.I WALKKK, 

jonv P'-'.Ai;*«o.N, 
JAMRm kknt 
J.l'Tne -vuditor'a Offlceiein City 0«v»em 
ment Building. i»fEce hours from b to l!t a. m 
ind from i to 6 o'^'ocV, v. m 

GKO. OAUDNER. Auditor. 

City of LoweU. Jan 11. 18^5. Janlltf 


Coromittec. 


of each mentb, 


P. U. 


niareani ITBya mt tae aeveral nanka. 

*iri.KTOJ» BANK— Mondav* and Thnr*day*. 
I nWKLI. BA^K— Motiiljvs and Thursday*. 
tmtCIIA'fTB BANK— Monday* and Thii-sday*. 
ritKl* ;01T BANK- Mondays an'! Thursday*. 
BAII.I-OA.U HA>'K— Tuesdays and Knrtay* 
V . ••VUIT HANK— Tnea<U»« anil fridavs 
riEBf NATIONAL BANK-TuesdaN* *od Fjiday*. 


iietoc 
Tre 


^ay **aT* •■ *n« «:eri>ernnana. 

Wen* Wler l»*t (»»turday in each month— A,yi| 
B scheiy, Maoblne Bbop. Buflblk. Lowell and 

"week alter Brat Salurday-Boott. 

Week aiter laat Satorday but one— namllton. 
wJ^k .(ler the third BatrfTrUy - UattachutatU 

B.«t ProscoLW . 

bnurtiay hofore the 16th— Merrimack, 
"econd Batiinlav In eaeh '"""l''— '-■""^'"'i^.fc 
viraf fridav after roiirth Katurdav ol «acb mentB- 

*"in^' wee\ In each month-Roll|n 1^110 Arm* 
Company, WiUey Street. ' 


», pil'e 
[lurpoae 
III thla 
have 


Emporium of Fashion 

roB 
Xi^DIES AND CHILDBBN, 

Mrs. L. J. tSuXFOBD S, 

59. «7 Centrnl street, ^^n «I1, 

WireRK may be/ound every variety and late 
luipartaUon of 

Dree* and Clonk TrImmlnRs, l^/"*'"''^,'":'?.' .'l^T *' 

Kdgii.gs. Cords, lllbbona, .Net.. »'■"'••»"<> 

llair Orn.imcnia, Olovcs nod Hosiery, 

Hdkfa, Porte Mnnle*, I'omh*, 

and in fvt every de*criptlo.. of Fancy "rtlcl" t|;«« 

■omc*uii.lcr thi* heading, too numeroua to men 

*"a*-We alao pay particular attention to our 
WOK'-^TKD department, which I. new and larile. 
r>d everv color and ah*l« alwavs on h«nd. W e 

^anXVure all kinds of «'"'-;r:j *. "^r^-^^i'^;';,::;-;' 

a* Bre«l<f*«t Shawls. Konliigs, Iwilighls, KIgoUls, 
Uood*, eU'., In the latest stvle*. 

WOOLE-\ A.Nl) COTTOX YAnSS 

In a'l colors, 

Caaaoek*. Cloaks and Dreaae* cut and made In 

the latest style at abort notice l-y an *itjierlenced 

Sid fail" <"'" nre-sm^ker. l'»"^rns /or -^ e- 

Lowell, Oct. 6. 18fli. "'^"'''" 


NEW 



A. B. RICHArtDSON & CO. 

MMJ OULO respectfully call the attention of the 
▼▼ public to their eileualvo and carefully se- 
lected aloek of 

UeutB', YouthB* and Boya' 

CL.OJHING 

-7^. ^ — sn 

rURirZBHZMO GOODS 

Our stock embraces all the various grades to be 
found in the market, and In style of CL 1 and OL 
tt.\UlLlTV Is equal to the very w-st. 

4^ Particular ellaullou ia called lo our stock of 

OVflUCOATS, 

which 1* KXTIHKLV NKW and manufactured for 
thi* Kail and Winter trade, 

Onr stock of i;.Vl>KK OOOIM also Is full, and 
embraces n larif.- variety <if deair hie goods. 

We ehall aUo keep a large stock of 

lit) K *4i.«>v « *Ni» iMirrs, 

iBelttdIng all grnd.-a fVom a cheap article to the 
bust m.-niiifactun-d. 
• • We shall continue U> act upon the principle 
af XorirK S.\I,K8 ANO SMALL PH(.KIT.-<," 
and byean-ful attention to the wanU of our cus 
iomer* hope to *ecure a fair .harv of public patron- 


T. COSTSLIO & CO. 

nr.Ai.rjiH ii . 

PPRVACKS, BTOVTS, KITITHET PTRVI- 

TIMIK. I.KAO, CiUM'KIl, ANO OAI.VAH- 

IZKl) IKO.V PiPKS, flOI'PKK ITVPH, 

IIION KIN'KH, KVAMKI.KO A>fD 

HTAMl'KO WAUK, etc., etc. 

Furnace Work. Fump Work, 

lis ltOOFI\'0- and all kinds of .lobbiug and 

Uepairing done to order. 

AOESTS roR 

•r J. A. liAWiiON'S 

" t'l lebrnte.l 

RcTfrtiblf Fine Hnt tirFarnacr, 

Tot Amhrecita and BilaminouB C-mI, 

Five sires, s.ilt'il.le for hentlrg Dwelling House*, 
(<thools, Churche* and I'ubllc Uuildliigs. 

One *lnKle examination of this Kurnacu will *t 
once coiiviiKO any |Mraoii that Ifreat economy of 
Fuel Is aeeured liy ila peculiar eoiiatruelion ao.lllie 
*iiperlor iiiHiiiier in which il is maiie and mounted. 

We claim il* miperiority over all other Kurna.ea 
now ill iiae, and for proof of our asaerliuus, oiler 
tbe followioi! rtiisona : 

1st. In flie conatruclloti of llil*Furnnr<', no pain* 
or expense has been spared to make It as lo-ar per 
fe.-t as the skill aud Judgment of the Rest median- 
ics would dietiite; ami priii.'lp'ea of Ita couairtic- 
tioii lire *iich,lbat in llie liaiels of tbe moat un 
akUled in such luatu-ra il will show Its Hiiprrioritii 
ox. r all olber KuPiaee*, on aecount of tU great ra- 
diating p.iwer and e.joiioiuy of fuel. 

2iid. That on iiccoiitit of thu «ui>erlor manner In 
wlileb tills l-"uriin.-e la made ami inouuted. It Iseii- 
tiri'lv free from tlu- leakair.-of '.''(". 

.Ird. The KreAlamountofradlatiiiif surface which 
ihi« Kurnace ha«, whereby tbe air lo be beate.l la 
no. hroiigbtlii contai:l with any overbeaU-d aiirf,i- 
eea to vilialeor deaUoy llie vilaliiy of the aUnos 
pbere, which we are compelled loo often lo breathe 
from oVerlieaU-.l ^■urllI^l^eH. 

4lb. 'Ilie j'liiiipii I.- .■oiitrol wlil<'h wi- linvi- of the 
Fiir'iace..s r<-g.irda lis coiul.ilHlioii, allowlnif ua to 
(li«)ienae with all ehi«k dralta, v.filllntors 
liiiiipers. Ol aiiv such coiilrivanc.' for the puf| 
of e.iiitroIlliiK or lio|.liii:r Ihe fire ineliei-k 
FiirMa''e by use of tbe ilrall d inijiir only, we 
al all times perfect control of the lire (which C'ln 
not be aai.l of any other Furn-'u-e now made, with 
out the aid of some one of the hI.ovc lueiillonud 
coritrlvaiicea.^ so that any p.-r"<iM e.iii laUe charifi' 
of this Fornioe without Uie liability of filling the 
hotiae with |i)ia. / 

&tb. The jtrnte In Its arrangement I* *o nlrelv 
balaimnl, that n child c»ii o|«rale'lt with eaae; U 
ia Ihe 111. i»l perfect and coiiveiii.-iit jtr it.- cvi-r put 
III a Kuril. we, nnd so constructed that II can be half 
till tied, ami till- einders and *la« thai accnmulale 
can \ty. n moved and the grate brought buck to ila 
iirope' |iii»llli'ii. 

6lli. ihe Joints of Ihe Furnace nre In such pn»l 
tini. thrit tbe pnckliiij fS not lirouiihl In cmita t Ivlth 
any red hot aiirfees, enpaequeiitly II la n..t iiecea 
aary to have It t ik.ii down every y.ar or two no. I 
re nack.-'l. on acoiinl of the ceiiie .1 li.-liiK deatroy 
ed by the aclinu ..fUw lire. Thla Furiiaisu, on , »c 
i-ouiit^>f the I'leciili^Ar cuiiatruclioitor the iointaainl 
rtiitigea, will never iioedio be- rep.dred, being In 
f.tct self packlnc 

We have ael up aeveral of O'eao Furnnres for 
•ome of our moat pr.iiiilnenl eliUelis, uud tbey 
nave given entire aintafB.^loii. 

AUKNTS POB THE <" \ 

AIR-TIOHr COOKIXU STOVE, 

The best Htove In Ihe market^evory one giving 
perfect sntlalaclion, 
Keonomlcnl in the consiiinp'lon of fuel, and rnp 
Id III operation ; conveniently arraiiawl f.»r IniriiInK 
eitlier Wood or Coal; larifi- an.l well ven'llate.l 
Ovi-n; doors line.l with rerteclors, and all parts 
thorouglily ntle.l. The pl.itea of thia Stove are so 
ronstnieted and eqnallned lliat expnnalon uti'l fin 
tracilon (f the iron wil) not crack lliein ; and all 
the part* are atreiiKthened that come In Immediate 
coiila.l with the lire. In fa.l, no I ibor or expeoae 
be* been apare.l In ina'-xingtbe Crusader the rrry 
bent ("< I'll; ill'/ ."»Volv Im tif ui'irl.fl. aii'l one that has 
lio ei/i«il. 'I'his Htove h'ls taken the flra' pn-mium 
Ht tlie New Vork bi;Ue *i«lr for the iaallliroe coii; 
aecullvv years I 

Tropic Parlor Stove, 

A aplendlil Parlor Ptove, eomblnlnR nennty,7Tse 
fulii<'''a an.l K.'oiioniy. . .\ \;<ruf nnd conveiii.'nt 
oven Is pliicwl on the top, which op«.rate* a.lmlra 
biy; the arraiiKeineiit f.ir biirnloa coal Is very slin 
pie and eoinplele. Fire mny be ki-pt the entire 
aeaaon wllhout llppimtlbe ifrate. Tbe urn Is lliie.l 
with porcelain, aiicl all Its appointnipnts ure of Ibe 
most p«rfeet order. This Ktove Is very much ad 
mited for thelwnutlful nnd chaste manner III which 
it la oriiumeuted, 

Air-Tight Stoves 

Of beautiful patterns and eleirant dcaign* for *nlo 
at reasonable price*. 


LIFE AND FIRE 

I.VSURANCE. AGENCY. 

MaaBacbuBettn Mutual Life Iob. Co* 

MPBINOriBLD, VlKtm. 

Ilome InautBure ( ompnny. 
New Yoitg City. 

CAPITAL ,$2,000,000. 

Uainpdea Fire iBBnntuce Co., 

. M'KIMnKlBLii MaHS 

City Fire Insnrnnre rompany, 
Vnw Havkk, <?r 

lloiiitf Ittaurnnce CMwpaart 

New Havkn, Tt.^ 
Albany Citr Fire Iob. Co., 
■• ' Aluany, N. Y. 
Preacott Fire Marine luviirance Co.r 
Boaton, Ma** 
Doreheater Fire Inanrnnoe ' •■• 
OorcbeBter .Mutval Fir«- LnsnrBiice Co. 
Qnincey Mutn»l Fire In».nrHnce Co. 
O'ftce, til Ceatral Btreet. 
JEUBMIAH 8. FOLS^JM. AoBirr. 
Lowell. Feb 12. l«64. febl2— Iv 

MARKED DOWN 

PL4IDS, TUIBETS 
PRINTS, ALPACAS, 
ALL HOOL rOPLI.\Sy 
BLLinCS, BAL310RALS 

ASD MA-VY 


B USINESS CARDS . 


J. O. JBFSON) 

UCAI-rB IN 

C OICB FAMILY GROCE&IKS 

— AND— 

WSST IMDIA QOODS. 

The beet kind* of 

FLOUU, BUTTF.R. TKA, I'LO.VR, SPICES, 

' • COl'.>TRr PRODICK, 

aad all other good* usually kept in a Brat claa* 

tirocery hlore ul)»,«y*ou band. 

Wo. 105 CtnTHAL fcl'MUKT, 


RAILROADS 


•ept20dir 


cor. Charle*. 


J:^ 


J. C. KIMHAl.T., 

ATTOR.NKY AXI> CtlUXSELLOU AT LA«r, 

Olflce— 3 and tt BarrUtera* Hall, 

Comer of Tent ral and Merrimack Pts.,— oppotite 
the Po«t Ottlce.LilWKLL, VAHH. 

rLSSt(}\-<, A<r.. MECt'BED, 

vara Ity ni} Cltrlf , J. W. UXKD. dly 

BAM*JtrD«^II^INOS^ 


WBOLBHAIB A1W> BETAIL DEAl 

FOUKUiN ANO OMEvnC FU 


LEH IK 
UlT. PRE- 

6EIIVE-!, PICKLPK. CONDIMKNTS, 

CONrECTlO.NHUT. CIGARS, TO- 

|}A';00, *c., &c. 

No. 109 Central Ntreetr 

4a«l2 LOWKLL. MASS, dly 


OTHER GOODS 

MAfiKliO SOWN 


HAVE^BEEN 


-AT- 


.T R. BRO^VIST'S 
St Iflrrrininrl: street. Sit 

Bov U *a « 

Cloaks ! Cloaks ! ! 


PRIME ASeOUTMEXT 
f 


J. ». BKO\V.\'9, 


St. aOWARD, 

PKia.CB i> 

FLOm;. OflAt, LIMB ANP CKMR!*T-Calclned 
aud (Jronnd PLAJiTKK— Bh. "iS. U!h«i, Hair and 
Band AIu Mah'»;!aof. Tbetrv, Black WalnuU White 
W.-xl. Maple an.l A«ii LUMUEll. Wood. Clutfcoal, 
Aiithracilc and Bitaiulnout COAU 

Wkarl ..Weatera Aveaaa. 

Order* through Uie Po*l Office promptly attend 
ed lo. 
Liiwell,Oot3bar27. IMS. 


BONTOn. LOWKLL AND NAHHCA, 

JSTONV HHfMyK, LAWRENCE dc 

SK\.V.yi KAIMtOAI>N. 

IIO.MIAT. Dec. 4, 1*55— Tbaib* ttava Lowbu 
l.>OH B.rtilon 7 00,<»7.W, ».80 A.M, aU.lS.a.lS.-fi.W 
r eg ^)f p. M, 
PorNasK.ia and Upber Railroad*. 8 OO, 8.4S A. M., 

I.Oil :s.%i«nd 6.0)^. M. . 

for Wiliou.H.tg) A. M., 1.00 and 6 0") P. M. 
Por Orovin Jun.\fl<>n T.'XI. Il.<5 A M., 4.45 P. M. 
fm Lawrence •/..IO, 10 0" A. M.. 8,43 aaa S,l» P. M. 
for Halem 7 114 A. M.. II (JO P. M 

* Or OB arrival of irain from Nashua. 

The Uiioafor Biony Brook. Koad* lor Kathna and 
all upper Uoa * leave Middlesex Btreet Depot only. 

Tbaiii* tvAVB roe Lowbi;l 
From Boston l.tyi. fS OU lO.dO A. M.. 1» M., 2.80, 4.00 

au.lT.oor. M. ...^^ w 

From N'ash.ia Tno.g.OO, 11.4S A. M.. 1.00. t»00r. M 
Frora Wdum SOU, H.cO A. M, S.*) P. M. , ,,„„ 
Fr.jm Oroton Junction B.OO A. M .18 4J ano C.t.1 r.M 
Prom Liwrence » 30 A. M. 12.4.'* 4.0j .o . 6 30ri M. 
Fr..»^ Halem ».40 A. M., 5 7) 1'. M. e 

t Korthem liepM _ , „ . 

a'tJllN H, WINHLOW, Unr'U R»IOB. 
F. H. NOi;RHK.Local Bop't L.w. iica, 
Ba1*m and Htony Brook iUMM-., LuweU. __ . . 

Nov. 88. 18^5. ^ nov28Uf 


Mm. B. T. TIIOi1IP»Oi\'l» 

FrfBch Niliincry Kmporiom^ 

NO. 01 MEBBIltACK BTBEBT. 

*plcndld 


1. 


O 


Gas 


octSTdly 

Pipe 


novl4 


64 Merrimack Street. 

•3m 


Cloak Goods. 


aift'.li ' 


A LARGE STOCK 


NOW OPKM 


And fcr sale at LOW 


AT 


V 
PRICES. 


J. S. SROWN'S, 


ectl3 


64 Al fiiimck Street. 

•3ra 



•• lowell steam and 
Works," 
II. R. BARKBR, Proprietor, 

^ DBALBB l« 

WROnOriT lUON riPK. HTEAM AND OAB FIT- 

TIN03 
Mid nXTUHEH of every description. ^ ^ ^ . 

l^-nulldlnc" hfialed by Bleam or Sighted by Qa* 
on roasooabbs tertnt. 

Work* « ...Middlesex Street. 

«tore f.....No. BOoolral - 

„,.jiai Lowell. Mae*. 

C. B. OOBUBN & CO.. 

COMMISSI ON MER CHAN IS, 

OB4&BB I* 

aPERM. WHALI?, LARO AND LtSBtKD OILS 

POIATO. WHRAT AND CORK STARCH 
Pactorv Le-itber, Bmshe*. HoUer Cl'ith, Cards. Pick 
era. and all kinds :>• Manufaclurers' aup|4ie*. 
PAINTS, OLAti3, VAIlNlSUHfl, Ac. Ac, 
4 Jt 9 necbaBlr*VQalldlng, Datten %t. 
LOWfLL. ~ 

B.OOBVBB. •• B. COWBB. 

lanid . 


dtf 


C USHiru <f MACK , 

eiSLBB* 

B T O T B 8 , HOLLOW W A R K. Ac Ac, 
Catcmont Btorv of 8d Um v*r*aU*t Church Market *i 


CO. 


C. p. TALBOT If ^v,., 

K AirtiVAoTOBaK* or 

DTK WOODS AND OHKMIOALB. 

Ciif Market Uoaee, Ijawell. 

0. P. Tai*ot. landlr 


Taot. Talbot 


MORRILL if SON, 

BAJivrurrusEt* or 

Print! 111? Inks 

ror. CAM). BOOK AND KgWnPAPEll WOHE, 

*L*a BV»av VABiBTV or 

CANCTINKB, OOLDBIZR, DnoNZE,VARNIRn.4c 

.<«a. 1 1.4 WBtar Mraat. Bestaji, 

lAMuei, HbaiuLi,, . 

rab4dt 


Uao. U. MoaaiLi 


A. B. 


BirtiABneoN, 
Ulh. 1866. 


JAIIC* MBLVIN. 
■eplllda 


Rentsiiirant Pari»ici|, 

NO. 4 WINTKK PLAfce, 

B09T0K. 
The flr.t class PRRXCll RKST^T 
HANT, under the manngement of M<»rsB. 
F. A. BLANC.haa heroine oneof the most 



' popular resorts of the day. 

in* who desire to en.loy the advantages of n 

IVN CArr.and the luirles of Fkf.JICII (^ook 


ovn. ixroRS i ' 

It would be superfluous to sny «nytliln« 
In ri'uar.l to the qiiiiUly of our work, as It la 
II eHtib',lahed fiiot thnl we do llii- b.Hl 
work o( any ahop In th<. rity. 'I'. Costki. 
I.o and !.. ■!. WAi.MNiiroiin have for years iniiiii 
mined leading positions In the triide and their 
work bus always given entin- satistnetlon. 

T. CO.>JTKI.I.<) It CO., 
UO Central, oppo*lt«< Jiu\k«un street, 
oet3.13in Lowell. 


^1 


FOR SATiF, 

A very dealrable real.lenre on Mldille*.'X 
»lriM.|, Low.'ll, ne:«r llic I.lif lyi-il.- Ilnii".-. 
roii*iMtlni( of n t>vo ory friiiuc hoiiae 27 
by .li f.'et, with L I by at f.-et, c.nitaiii- 
trtctS well tliiitbod ro.iin*; nn ex.vlli'nl ei'll«r,.t 
well of' pure aofl water; a wood aln-.| nttfiehi'.l t'l 
the L, n koo.I barn 'JlJ I.y 311 fiet. All;i.h.d I., the 
front ol the barn la ii k.io.I *hed l.'i by U feil. The 
lot conta'iis nlioiit 3 4 of an iicie of ex'-clleiil Ininl 
well stoeketl with lanj.- bearing frui' trees, Knipe 
vine, eiirriitita, ctr. The hoiiae Is ronvetile'itly ar 
ruiiged, roonia liirge, a'ld Is very pieaaantly altnn- 
l,>.l. Price i^l,! II .. For furtii r | ariiculnr* lu- 
nulrc of the subscriber, on the preniia.s. 

O. I». iiF.AD. 
Lowell, Nov. a'.th, 1805, iiovL'i.I.'mll 

FOii BALE, 

lIORSJE.si, CARniAOKS AND nAUXESSES. 

6 000.I f»rlvlni{ Morses; 
4 good ILioliy itncks; 
• good Uiig'.tyu. • 

Also, a large lot of *ocond hand Rlelh*, Ilar- 
neaaes, etc. UOKoK & O AOK. 

Lowei;, Oct, 6, 180i. oclOdlf 

OiLUTZOIff 

To Females in Delicate Health. 

OR. now, Physlrlan and Hnrgeon, No. 7 EJf- 
litrOTT St., ItoaroN, Is eoimiilli'.l ilidly for 
nil diseaaea Incl.lent to the li-male syatom. I'ro- 
lHp*u* rtcrl or Fluor .VIbu*, Suppresalon, and oth- 
er meiislriiiil diTaiiiffmeiita, arc- nil tr.aled on new 


WIItlilAM B. L1VIHG6T0N, 

BiALaa IH 
<:OAL, WOOD, LIME, CVMEN'l 

FLASTKR. BKICK8. UA T, OSAIIf, 
MLOrS. de. 

No. 9 Thorndikk Strekt 

nove LOWELL MAR*«. dti 


S. KlCifARDSOIfS 

•IVSTER AND REFnrHH.Yii'.aT SALOON, 

IA BBd 18 Merrlmark Street, 

/iro door* below Central a'.reet LOWELLh 

MKALB »T ALL HOURS OK THE DAT. 
1^" Corned Pocf, Hara, Chicken*, Pies, Cake 
Pmit and CoLfociionery, Ciiler Mineral and Boda ^» 
war. 
CLAM CHOWDER every flatnrd^y. 
ipW* Parties aceon«mod'Krsd>n raatonsbU t»rtn*. 
Painlle* *up|il!nd wit-h Oynler* by the guait or gallon. 
Lowell J«ily6.18M 

It A m tl p: I. N. tfooo, 

CO M M I S I O N MERCHANT, 

AI*" WHOI.EtAT.B T>BALER tW 

KLOUR GRAIN, FKED AND OUANO. 
tt MARKKT ST.. OapetltaMarkat Hea*e.) 


NOKTIiJBKm. KAILROAD. 

WIN! BR ARHANOEMEHT. 

,N and after MONDAY. Feb 27th, 18P5, 
Pataenger Train* will ntn a* followa: 
UPWABD TRAINS. 

Wail Trafn '.eave* Corcord at i J 45 a. m.* 
for White Hiver .luncMon, rnnaectli g with 
train* for Well* River. 8t. Jol r*bury. Bar- 
ton. Newport, Willoughby af-d Magog LakeA, 
fitanstcad, B(ifh. L'tile'on, Lx: c»"ter. Also, 
with tr»iini for Mootpeiier, Bur.ington, Rt. Al- 
ban*. Ko'i'e a Poiut, MoDire»UOgden»borgh 
and tht West. 

Ilnatol TrniB leavea Concord at .T80 p.m., 
for Frmklin and rjrigtol. 

EveninR Kxpreisw Train leave* Concord 
at 8.15 p. IB." for IVhlte Rivr Junction, con- 
necting with train for Monipelier, Bu'Dng. 
t T), St. Alb^n*. Rouse'* Point, Montreal, Og- 
densburg, and the Weal. 

•Or on arriva of train* from Botton, Wor- 
eeiter. Por»»mooth, Portland, *c. 

UOWNWARU TRA1.N8. 

fBriatoi Train leave* llriatol for Concord 
at S a. m , ar.it l''raiiklin at 9. '2 a tn. 

t tlail Train leave* White River Junctloc 
for Concord at 12. IS p.m. or on arrival of 
trains over the Vermont Central, Paaiuupilc. 
and White Moon ains Rvllroad*. 

nay Exprcaa Train leave* White River 
Junction at i.-'S v tn.. "f nn arrival of Irain* 
from M'mtreal and 0;rdeni«h rgh, Brattle'ior- 
ou«h, Keene, Bellow*' Fall*. Windsor, *c., 
coiii.ectii 8 at Conrord with train for Mauebtt- 
ter, Nashja. !/Owpll an-i BoatT. 

t These tr.l tonnecf a vXioncord with train* 
for Manchester, l.swrence, Portsmouth, Port 
Und. "^.ishua, Worcester, New Vork, Lowell, 
and Bokton. 

0N8..0%V STKARNH, Air»nt. 

Concord. N. H.. Feb. 27. IS65 feb27^tf 

CO.\COltt> Aniix I..ARE.1ia>*T «• «• 

COWTOOrOOK RIVEU HAILPOAD. 

i sS-iAr^ **''*^-''^ •:-■'.• '-.■ ."~ '^»».f » 

(^AU!' over these Rnnds run In coritiectJoD 
J w'lh Cnr* .iver the CoTic:5rd, Nashua nnC 
WiirceUer. Nashua and L-iwcll, LOkton an.l 
Lmv. 11, Msncueiier end Liiwrrr.ce, Concori* 
and Pi'i»«r".'>u'h. nn«tfiii arid Ml- '.:ie, anil K 
»ex Raihoalh. s* follows: 

Ler.ve B:»Jv-r'l nnd Hillsboro* Cridgc, for 
Concord, ^c.,t^ rt) A 'i- 

Leiive Concord for Bradford and Hillaborn' 
Bridsfe, 3.11) p. M. 

.S'fa^e f '9niifr'!:,n» — Br«'!f>rd for N-wh-jry. 
^Jiinipee. Neep.irl, Ciaremont, HuU'.n, New 
lx)nd'iii. Arc, il lily. 

HUlsbor.)' BrUirefor Antrim. Bennington, 
and Ku«f Wast.ii'Rron, dallv ; for Keene, 'U 
Aritrim. Norlb I'.riP.c)!, Sf'.'l.'ird, Mi.-.i-"nvjlle 
aud ."'ulliv:\n Tne«d»\a ThnrsJATs :;n i Sitiir- 
Jays; for Clircm ml, v'^ Wa«binulon Lemp 
ster and Uni;y, M'inHay«,WodQe»daj»»nd Fri- 
• days, reiurniii;! «ip;»nsi'» .\ufi. 

ONsLOW SiKARNS. Atrent, 

Concord. N. H.. 1). c 11. lHf.5 derlldtf 


grtmm Having Just recclvea a apicnum^^j 
BflBaaaortment of rich ^Bs 

^8l .fiillinery iiO€Hin ^^ 

of (he latest Full and Winter Impnrttttlona, bought 
at (•r.-nlly reducd prire*, cumprlaliig some new 
ami beautiful de*igtis in 

Volvots, Silks, Satins, andS traw 
fioonets 

f>f the lAtrat Prench novelty and •tyle. AUo, La- 
dle*' aud Mi*iie* ..•■! 

Velvet and Felt Hats, 

that have only to be sei-n to be admired by tb* lov- 
er* of tl^e beeutlful. 

MOUB^IirO BOMNCTB 

Always on hand of the neweat palU-ros and *tyle. 
*,* 8traw and Fell Hats and lionnet* doue over 
in the best po**lbte manner, 

TTavlnir enirared one of the best TTonse* InRo* 
ton lo do my Straw and Pell lionnel* and llata, I 
All eontldciit thai they are doue auperlor to any 
other *Ujre In Lowell. oot28.d m 

The nndiTsljfned returns hi* *lncer 
tbanka to his former patroaa-and the efti 
zi-iis of Lowell for their aympatliy and 
kind feeling expressed toward fiim, in Ida 
lale loss by dru. 

IIa\-iiiK ri'fllt.'d a portion of his house, 
he i* now ready to receive company a* heretofore. 

UENIIV KMKUV. 
Lowell, Ifarchao. 1865. marJOdtf 


BBUOKS ft DAVIB' 

QUADKILLE BAND 
TT 


AW been re oriranlted fet the aeaaon of IM*-*, 
* pr.'pi 
fH.liioimlile Miiaic for 


an.l 1* I 



lirhmge 


Co. 


AOBNC 

roR TnE 

International 

— STOKKlt&'CO., 

50 and 5» 1*1 KE ^TR£ET, 

NEW YORK. 

B-'U Praft* In a-nount* to ' purchaaeri on 

Rniiland, Ireland, SootlanJ, ore, and all pnria 

uffirnnany.. J. X. PEiBCJi:, Jb., Agent. 

OHlce at Lowell, Maa*. dticVJtf ■ 

MAUI OR rsxirAZixr, 

IF yon have been ivpiii nrsT and are now reap- 
ing llir bitter fruits of that iinprudeiioe, and 
wlah loenre yourself In fnim one to two days with 
out being duped hy t^uack* or (ear of exiioauro, 
aend (I and u poslugu atainp, with your u.ldres*, 
to L. I'AliBKK. Lock Uox {•>>, niddeford, M»lne4ind 
you will reieive by r.tiirn mail, eloaely aialed In 
an envelope, Ih.. new Fiiriscil Kkmi nr. This I* 
no liunibug^but the ri'ei|K. of nn eniiuuut French 
Phyali-lan, Il I* purely vcifetablc, and leave* the 
*yaiemiuan improved and Leallhy comllllon.— 
Try It, dc'c'ldUm 

"rawsw^i Zi^sLxs, 

nKRCUAIS'fr TAlLORy 

A DEALCB I!t 

Cloths and Furnishing Good 

!%'e. 4 ,Msrrlm<rk Hone, 

(opposirr i.,vnD and wiiiTNrr wosrMrwT), 

^errlinuck btreet LOWKLL, M.\Hc! 


octSJ 


d:)m 


WtlKCESTKIlA NAfSnUA R. ROAD. 

WlNTHa ARKAXOHMKNT. 






OS and nfti'f Dccruiher 1st, 
1 rain* will run as fnilnwj. 


lfC4, ra»fcen«er 
at 6.3 > jtid IL1« A.M., 4.20 


, 12 M.,aR'l 5 00 p. M. 
8 00 A.M., 12.45 antf 


speedy relief Kuaraii 
Ho liivarial I,' certain I* 



fjeave Worcester 
r. M 

•• Naabuaat 7.10 A. M. 

" Oniton Junction at 
6.45 p. M. 

All trains connect at Orolon .Tunetioa with 
Stony Hrooh R. K. iriiis, Cloae ronneclions 
are also maile *t Wnrcfster with trnin* for 
Fr-i*idenee. Norwich New York, Sprir.gfield, 
Alb*nv. and the Wrst. 

Throuuh tiekr'a fir New York hv Sound or 
Land Routes, c in lie hnd at 'he TiiJiPt Office 
in L'WpI, where, aKo.S'iiie H'.ms .ni Rertht 
eutt he secured h» the Stemert "City cf Bot- 
ton" and '• Ciiy of New Yorit." , 

For fiinher particulars as t^ connec'i 'n* with 
othet Rjaia, see Suiw'a FstlHnder Gui ie. 
O. W. HENILKY". Sunt. 

Worcertcr. Nov. 29. 18C4. no*3 'dtf 


ITCH ! IT H I 1 ITCH ! I ] 

POSniVKI.Y riire.l In 04 hours J.y usiiiir Dt'! 
FUIi:s'lTCIM»INT.MKNI'. K.i .ianger fr<m 
tnkiiiK eol.l. IloekiVoleomulii the least purilcle of 
nicr. iiry .or ollu-r dangerous ii>gredli.'Ut. Piicu 25 
ceMa. ' 

Kol.l by r.nWARn HAILEY, surcessor to Ram. 
uel KIddor. .Ir. Ic Co., cornel of Merrluiark and 
John sis,, Lowell, .Mass. novl7 


■pared lo furnish the latc-at an.l rooat 
.•for Italia, Asseml.li.a, l>artlaa, 
ho. The HhimI OMialaU of Ui« tuUuwllts well 
known Muai.'lans'. — 
W. AT.OVZf) OWRV, Plrsl Vlilln; 
OLiVKU T. IIAVH,2d VIoliu, and I'ruouttBr; 
K. B. CARl.ToV, lUss; 

K. EiUITU, Olarinet: 

II. U. UR<>OK.<). CopWIa 
Apply lo fi- Carleton, al 7T Jl«»rrlinaek StreM, at 
eiiillli si llr.joka' Room, Wentwortli's Hlock, ^Am", 
floor in Ihe rear.l or to any member of the Hand. 
^well tJept. itO, Igdi *cp iafldl< 

Medical AdricisZ 

■W\n. .T. M. TTARVOW, Physlelan «nd ^rgeavi,' 
Er cons'ilu with the sick geavriilly, and gltua 
ad*|ee to nil, wrtien desired^; hot Attends more ptlr- 
UculaWy to Hio«- im|K>rtant di*fa*e*, in ei|lu<* a#C. 
whl.li ri-'iuire tli.- .p.i-lal car.' of an exii.rleiiced 
and dl*creet, practitioner. Aeqoalaled wMh.All 
modern liupro%'eiiieiita In the pra.'tlce of ht* diffl- 
cull speela'ty, with n aomewhat remarfcaMe e«|fc- 
riencuof inoru than uiKb ecu year* in ireatlna tha 
worat forma of dlai^asf, Or. 11. may he enabled to 
oiirer such infirmnlion and ndvl'-e as U *eiUoia.Ot>- 
taiiii'.l ..iilHi.l.- ill.- I.< "t Iloapitils of the country, — 
Friendly and pati-rnal eonneel given to the t»l^- 
Uin-ite young of l.otb seat-* who may suffer frcM 
the indfsei*tlon* .•ommon to llw-ir a«e and «V)Im1-__ 
JliMi Wi 11/.-. Persons at a dl*L'iure ran ruuault.t^a 
l>r. hy litter, nod t.v encloaiiig on.- .Inllar, may ra- 
ci-lve all .|.-«lrid iiifonimllon Iw return n»a*l. 

>'. II.— I'h." moat careful attention given to all 
Pemale • omiihilnt*, and to t)»o*e dangeroo* 4l*or- 
dera (l.otli of body aud mind) «iouuu4iu Ie JfUUff 
men who have aulTi-r.-d from the lark of llin .jy- ahAi- 
judlrloiis conns.-l. Kvi-fy eonvenlem-e Is aHwdfcd 
to such a* may wish a prlvala ooaaullaUoft. «aA»ll 
orJiiiary a.lvii-e glv.n free. Inference I* hara 
mi.de to a slaU-m'-!it freineiitly made by *Ofne"of 
tlio mo*t respeeUible general pracUtioBcBB In Ia>w- 

dU:~ • 

" These romplalnt* should constitute a distinct 
hmm-h .,f fhe f rof.'s»(J>o. nnd should J»e «Maii4^d 
to by a <oinj>ctiril physlel^in ; and we believe Ufat 
in.'Hnnnon 1* bt;ter (jnalU'^-d for that Jbranch of 
prartli-e than any one we kuow of Whp daV4((** 
hiiu*elf particularly lo it." f-. va 

The Red Pili:— = 

An eminently selentifle and merllorl'.iis prepara- 
tUii* — a a./rVaijil niirr remedy for wmMimI'* pgeBM' 
dllUuullivs, whellier t>cuurruig In the ^ 

MIRKIED Oft KiKULB STATE. . 

Prenarod and prescribed by Dr. Harmon^ of 
Lowt-ll. 

<»aii In Welle*' Wr>:k^ (up »t*lr*) conver of 
Wi-rrinia.ls an.l Kirk slreela, Lowell, M^**. EB- 
tram.' fvem Merrimack street. - ■»•■», •• 

(>m-h OS prefer may obtain the Pills of a I*djr • 
No. SHJnion afreet, Lowell. Bovaia««rtli 


lev ' 


SAKSAPARIllA 
COMPOUNn 

^TME GREAT ,^<?. 

""^OODP'JV^^*' ' 


|Dr*Larookak^ 

8AR8IPJUUUJI ! 


BKM.OVA.I.. 

rj^nKsuhserlber wonl.I resp.-rirully inform hi* 
B friends and the publlr thai he has r»'iiioved to 
Ui'cliHiik-s' Mills, Oulioii t:lru«t, where bv t* now 
prepared to flII ordir* fur 

WOODKN RCRF.W'S. 

He i* also prepared to do any Job* In 

WOOD TlJUNlN'a 

which may he entrusted to bim, at abort notice, 


luid on ru.i»uuablv ic-rma. 


L,owell, May 8, 186.1. 


iHLTON ALonicn. 
Biayftdif 


-U 


IT 


■^H"! suh»erlbr«rs inannfacture and nut up 
IRON FENCKEol the mo«i deaitable pai- 



Per*on 

tngrwl'll^flnd no' iiiaee thi* side of Pari* that can *o 
<taadlly furnl*h the*e advanUge*. 

Breakfast fWrni 8 tn 11 .M. . „ .. 

Breakfast al tMf d'hote at 11 A. M., 76 cent*. 

Dinner from 1 lo 4 P. M., 7ft cents. 

Brcakfiiai, Dinner and Huppero Inearte from 8 
A IL till 11 P- M-> at moderate prire*. 
■J 'Ptirilet wha wtah to have dinner* or *uppers 
aerved In the Freni-h fashion and best style, may 
them al the shortest notice. 

M BLANC hn* the honor to notlfv hi* nnmer 
au* Balrona, that he ha* .liiat reeelved from Kranee 
dliferent kind* of ihe best WInea, Imported nere by 
himself, J'ersons deslrln« lo try ih.m may roin.- 
\a hi* lle*taur*nt, and, a* Me Import* hi* wines In 
aa*k* and iKHile* II hlm*elf, he I* able to offer It 
Reaper and •>/ a better qutUUy than any othor 

- ^"o'nUnlh^td^i'oliiVlfttnA fVfes, with or with 
Wat trufet, **nt to any dUtaoco lu tbe elty or 
. ^auBiry. 

pinner at (aM< d'hote at «, |1.3ft> 

»Ayi» . 


maylSdU 


For eala, in Tyngtborcngh, 

, , A farm eonlalning twenty acrea.thlrteen 
JKttA efwhiel; is lovered with wood. Thebulld- 
n**|U iiiga are ii.-w aud of modern *lyl«. The 
J'UJP above I* •Itaaied *1i nrileefrom Ix>well, on 
th* main road to Naahua. N. U., Ihreefourlh* of a 
iillefWim Tyngaboro' Vllia^ and on* third of a 
pillo from the Depot. ,r^amnm 

r<>t further Infonnatlon Inquire of .insKrn 
ViTVBLU', Wo. 138 M*rrUB*ck, Corporation, Col 
kara atreaT LoweU. Maaa. aaarfidtf 


. 't/y/.. It 

THE GHEA'r CER.nAN 

HEILMITTELL 

wtLi, ct'ur. 

OHRONZO CATARRH 

In th* Head, Throat and No*e, ConKh*. Cold* 
Uruucbltls, Dlphtliurla, atid'lho Ural *luge* of 

CONSUMPTION. 

H-Forsaleby all Druggists. PrIoe #2 a hotfle.— 

or sale nt wholes-le by Weeks fc Poller, 170 

Washlnulon sln-et, O. C. Ooodwin fc Co., ;(8 Han 

over street, and.!. Wilson, 138 Wa*bingtxin *t.. 

Read what Mr*. A. B. Watson, of No. 11 Mid 
dlesex street, luiwell, aays :—" Having been nf 
nirted with a severe eouiih and catarrh, and being 
cured of It by the n*e of the tirent (Irrmnn IMI 
lal/fi/, I deem It my duly to make thi* public nc 
knowledgmont for the benefit ot those similarly 
nfnieted, Mr*. A. B. WATatW," 

ootJT datmn 


p tlho'.oglcitl principles, and 

U'lid In a very few day*, 

thi* new mode of treiilineHt, that ni.ial obailnnl* 

eomplainta yield uii.li-r II, an.l the allllcUd p<-r*on 

Tr^tw^ra'sV^doubl'l-rKrent^r experlene. In ', ttn. and sVPKUIOE w..rkmansh,p 
the cure of diseaec* of women than any olher phy- 
*ielan In lloaton, 

Boardlna aceommod.itlon* for patient* who mny 
wish to stay in Huston a few days under hi* treat- 
ment. . „ , , , ». 1. 

Dr. Dow, sinrp IM.'i, havinR confined his whole 
attention lo an offlee praillci- for the cure of I'rl 
vat4i Diseases and Female ConiplaiiiU, acfitiowl 
cdites no eiiperlor In the lliiili d Hiales. 

jj. n._AII tellers must contain one dollar, or 
Ihey will not be aiiawereil. 

Olllee houra frcjm 8 ,\. M. to « P. M, ' 

Boaton, Aug. 6, 1885. aug5d3tawly 


CUsillNti A .MAC K, 

Not. 123 and 12d Market Street 
maT2d"' Lowell. Mas*. 


Steam from and to Queenstown 
aud Liverpool. 



SnfiKR'H 8KH1IVG HiCmiVES 

W.H. I>YAR* No. 41 Central Btreet, 
a Lowell haa the exrlu-ive riAhitosell 
and nte these celebrated Maehlne* in thia eity, 
*• tile rectird et the PaU-iit Office »howt. Per i 
enn* wiahing to ol-ain tbe HaaT ant* mo* bco 
NOMIOAL -"ewing Machine in use will 6nd all ; 
kit d* al hi* *tore, aod at thn iowr*i price*, • 
cither for cash or on time to tult all partie*. 
January 16, 1« i3. jinlAdtl 


Bomethiog Kvery Parron Needs. 

OIITUT.nilAWHR ANDPTOCKTHO BOARDS 
1^ for drying purpoae*, whieh will entirely pre 
vent *hrliigage, made to order by . 

I». A. KIMBAI.1-, 
BOvldSm Wam**lt Htoam MIIU. 


SAOR CHRr*^ of *uperloraaalltjr thi* day 
received Vy J.*. T.M, I'KAllPdN, wholetAle 
nd retail dealer* In rrult^and W. I. Oooda, 
eUt Bank Block . fehattiiik kttett. 


oct27 ' 


POR BALB! LOW, 

A valuable Tlorse, Top Buggy ,*Bng|nr 
Wndon, nire BlelKh and llanieas. Ulnnk- 
taandtCnlies. Inquire at BAIjCOM'S 
.'ur bture, 183 Merrimack street. 

' dtf 

White's Army St'malant, 

WARRANTED TO CURK 
OATAMtM, 

MEHVOUA nEAPACIIE, 
-> aORE THROAT, 

n in \ ..< 1 - > •»« DipkrHftRt A. 

Prepared by 
•apt* K. WHITE Lowell, ICaaa. 

RREO AND nil AWING IN lIOOHt 


The flr»t class powerful Irom Stcam*hlp* 
MORAVI.W, ^T. OEOUOE,' 

PF,RIIVI.\N. f«T. P.VTHK'K, 

NOVA K'OTTAN. f^T. A.^JDHF.W, 

NORTH AMKUIfJAV, ST. DAVID, 
Will asli From l.lreri>oo( and Srin York every 

week, calling at (^ueetmloun to land and receive 

piiaaeuKera, 
Hates of Paaaago from New York, payable In 

Currenry, 

rabin §0^, atesrage $30. 
To New York, very T,ow Rate*. 
Pnsaengers forwar.U'dtu Pari* and all Oerman 

porta at very low rales. 

For pi»*sntfe apply lo W1LLLAM8 A OUION, 39 

Broadway, New York, -or 

' O. MoJSrAMARA. 

Nn. 7 Mnaattm Bi. aiding, Lowell, Mass, 
N. B.— A (rents for the " Old Black Btnr Line " of 

I^lwpool I'ackeU. may8dly 

White's Army Stimulant, 

^WARRANTED TO CDBB 

CATABRH, 

HEKVCUS IIFADACIIE, 
BOH * i«OAT, 

.,..'' ^ •■< UIPHTUERIA. 

._-, . ,", prepared by 

aaft* 1(. WniT%Lew*ll,l(aaa. 


IF. 


OR sale at AMOR SANBORIfS Jewelry 
Silver Ware Manofaetory, 

eor. Central bbA KIMlo 


y«adl 
Hi. ' 


ITNQWT.KR BROS, 114 Merrimack sire,-!, keep 
l\ ooi alankly en hand k gaod aasortmsnt of the 
CO Oman's UOoTrt and (\HOK8. Now pair* 
IflvwB when kny radical defect appear* 1b a Boot 
or Bhoa that haa baaa but MtUa won. «•!• 


FREIGHT LINE 

BEI'WEKN 

WORCKATER AMI 1*01 %T» NORTH AND 

.<VEW VOUK. 

Tho new, li»r»<», rnd powerful A 1 Htenmer* of the 

Neptune Steamship Company. 

, frr> ^ Kl.Kri R\,Cant..T. tv. Kvr;; OA- 
ljs.4l-'^««'7l, vrUA, Cnpt. W. -M. Jone*; >nd 
OCK \N't'."^, Oapt. .''. v^KOwr.l.l., .)f 2no<) tons regis 
ter eiiib, havlnir iinbr iken and reliable water-tight 
eompartmenla, an.l With iiiiaurpaaaed Frelvflit (and 
Passengerl acfommoi.atlons, making dally trip* 
liitwecii Providence .ind New Vork, landlnic In 
New Vork at thi'!r sp k-Ioiis I'ler '.'7, North Ulver, 
(fool of llubiusou iSUiet) connecting at Providence 
with tliu 

PiMVinE\TR & wo;;CEST|:[i railroad, 

nnd at X.'W York with th,j Plenm'Cannl Line* for 
l'hil<i<IHpht-i, llfiHimore, and all polols ^^oulh. Al 
»o with the A"/te A''»tl<r«p lor nil Western points, 
wllhout oharge for " whailago,' " carUige," or oth- 
er expensetn New York. 

IliilfKilinifi* at l.oir «i.i hjt nvy other Slenm Line. 

All ft-Hghl for pnlats soti'th of New York should 
be ronKlgTied lo rare of M.VAO OdlELL, A|ent, 
Pier '27. North River, New York. 

For further liiforraatlou apply to A. C. VUN 
ROK, Oenoral Airiiit. No. 2 Lincoln Block, Wor- 
cester; or to A. K. QnA<^KKNB088, Providence 
Depot, Oreen btreet, Woroeater. 

J. B. OARDINKR. Agent, 

marSdtf Providence, 

■s— ^aa^^^i^^^M^^^^^i— ^s^^^^^^M 


OYSTER 

AKB 

ZSATXNQ nooxas, 

No. Ibiddle utrcct. 

nr.ALfl SKRVEIf AT ALL IIOVBS. 

Cr„AM CHOWDER 

Every Saturday evening, 
oetM . II- W. LOVE JOT. 

PAINT !_PAYNTn 
Wintrr's Ketalic Bronn Paint 

RECOM ME.-VDS ITStLF. 

IT I* a pure oxide of Iron ard Mang*re*e. II 
mixr* readilv with l.inaeed Oil, lakirg two 
gallons lest per 100 lb*. th..n any minersl and 
pnsftea^e* more body than any other puint. It 
foimg a gln*sy, anfad ng, dnrable m'laiii' »oat, 
prutec ing wood from derat, and iron or other 
metals from rust or c:>rro»ion. 

O" It doe* not riquire grinding, and ia w»r- 
rante-l tn give >sti>f*ciion for puiniing R«il 
way Curs, Iron Dridires, Hou>e*. Barn*, Halt* 
and Dick* of fehtpt, iin aud Shingle Itoof*. 
Ac. 

H. N. F. MABSnALL & CO., 

PAINT A?(D VARNISH M ANtTr»6rr REnS. — BOLB 
AOKNTB FOB KIW BKaANI) »TATKB. 

Store 18 Broad Htreet, Boaton. 

l'n*ion. Oct. 5. l!«.5. ocd2awly 


ICOMPOUNB, 

For the ip^y and permanent cure of 

U-rer romplalut, 0«r«ftil*, or M»mt*m 
EtU, I>r*pep*la, Drapayr, JVewralcla. 
Kplleper. Kry*lpela*, St. AnBhosylS 
Fire, Wmplc*, Puatole*, niotcbaa3*ilB, 
Tumora, Salt Rheona, ricer* and Sorca.: 
nhenmatism, Pain In the Ntomacli , Sldo 
and Bowel*, Uenrral I»el>illty, Tterlao 
TIcaratlOB, Bjrphllla and Bf ere**ri*l IM*. 
aaae, aud all complaint* ariiUg from or raaol^ 
tn)f In Impnre Blood. 

It It douUe the ttrengih ot mj o*l><^ I 
rilla Compound in tbe market, and i* lador* 
by the medical faculty a* the bett and 
Blmuu Pt'infu:K extant. 

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Co>(5rMi>rir>x, in its terly ■tagc*,' and all dis» 
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elcrgymrn of every dcaooilqatlum aathot*, edi- 
tors, profesHors la our variou* colIci;ea| and \ff 
many of our most eminent pnblle mea. | 

Containing ao ap<Min, It 1* adapted to CMfy tgt, 
and may bo usoil without fear of the dangeroaa 
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preparation* of which oplam and ipecac tre tlto, 

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gIo**y appearance, and pranotoa Ita iBxariant 
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ttoT. Ammbw's ValboIctobt Abocua. 
11m Lcgi*Utur« net in CoivvnlioB j—- 
t«rds7, t» lUtrB to tbv vcledivtnrr •4<!r«H 
•r 0»v. ARdrvw. H« firil vpok* of hi* 
Ivt yvftra of Mrvfct •• Governor, duriog 
wktek tia* th« Commonwalth bsd b«tn 
«|igagc<l ia BafniMnint lk« power of tb* 
MMiott^ aad hmi caniributcd 169 165 men 
Ibr lb« Mrvic0, aod bad rxp«o<led $t7,- 
VW.lUf for tb« «»r, out of b«r «wb treat. 

TfB rrbottiom BtatM endeavored to eon- 
t|««r the HnttHi, hut were ibrmti'lvea eon- 
t^eered. They were SWti io rebellion, 
bat e fetal* in rebellion doe* not eeaae to 
birSSiat*. Had they conquered i be Un> 
Ion idey nigbt baire become independent. 
biK being eonqnored tbey loet ibeir loyal 
M^siialioa aa Staiea, and their preernt 
|MeaeaeioB ct repreaenteiive power io the 
Union. Coder the eoBititotioo tbey have 
Be aBOaoa of tbair own to recetn what tbey 
kaveloei, bat ibe federal eonititution guar* 
•ateea lo every State in tbe Union, • re- 
pibiioaB gov«ro«tqt. 

Iba right! of war mntt eontii>D<i anlil 
(be ol>Jeete of tbe wer have been aecom> 
^iabed. It ie tb« doty of iha GovernoMnt 
to reatore the rctwllioui Statea, and aiao 
to require the people of tboae Statet to 
tefora their eonatitotiona : 

1 Guarantr*in( to tbe people of color, 
M>w the warda of the 'nation, their civil 
richia aa Men and women, on an tqualny 
with the •bite populaliuo, byamendmeota, 
IrrrpeaUble in terma. 

2 R-guiating the elective franchiae ac- 
eording Io certain lawa of aniversal a*^- 
plieation. and not by rulea merely arbitra- 
ry, i-Bpriciooa and peraiinal. 

t Anaelling tb« ordtnanee of Secce- 


4 D^atffirming the rebel debt, and, 

S. To ratify (tie anti alavery emendm'-nt 
•f the United Statee Cooaiitmion by their 
l^l«t«r«a. ^ 

All iheae qnealinna ahnuld be fot to the 
vole of the people thpma*-l«ea. The tiov- 
•mor would mt diafrancbiae rtbeU fiom 
volinc lor ihi- rpa»on tbai in certain 3(aiea 
there woold be no Toting done by white 
■an, if tbi'y were diafrancbiaed. 

^b« Oov»rnor auiui up hi> reoiarkt In 
ffwiation to our national vfTaira aa f»liow« : 

1 All the people of tbe rrbel Statee 
•uat abare in lr e benefita to be derived 
from the esecolion ol the nationai guaran- 
ty of repuhlican governmenia. 

2. Tbai our "n-p' blican (orm of govem- 
•rr>ment " d-roaml*. ■■ Th'; maintenance 
of »quali't Iteiwrcn free ciiitena conc«Jrn- 
inf civil rigbla, i^nd the diairibulion of 
privilogee, aceording locapaci'V and d« 
acrt, and not according to tbe accidenla of 
birth." 

5 That people " of African deecent," 
•Ol leea than prnple of the white racs, 
arc ineluded within ibe cai^Kory of free 

.j«bje«'aand ei ixena of the United S<aie«. 
4. That, in the diatribution of poliiicHi 
power, under our form of goe-^rnment. 
**deeceBt ia nei<ber the evid-i ee of rinbt, 
!>• r tbe ground of dialraochiaement," ao 
tkal. 

A. That the diafranchiaement nf free 
citis-na lor ih*> cau'af of * deaeent." or for 
anv reaaon other than lawful ilifqnalifica 
tim, aa by non.reaidenee, imataturii), 
C'ime, or w*nt of intelligence, violatea 
their eenatitutional rigbt*. 

6 That in fiecoting our national guar- 
anty nf republican g >vemment lo tbe p««- 
pie of the rebel 8ia«ee, we mutt aecure 
tbeootiaiiintional, civio libertira and Irao- 
abiaa of all tbe p>>ople 

7 1 hat w«( h.vv no right IO omit to ae- 
eure to the n> w citisma, made tr^e by the 
Union in war, their ^quality of righi a he- 
fare ibe law. and their franehi*e of every 
eorl— including the electoral franchitf — 
aeeording to lawa and regula ion*, of uni- 
varaal and not of equal and capriciou* ap- 
plioaiion. 

Ih'acbemeto aub«titare legal voiera, 
laatead of population, aa tbe baaia of rep- 
r eeeatalion in Congreaa will prove a de- 
faaion and a eoare. While Connecticut 
and Wieeonain refuae the auffrag* to m«-n 
ofeolor, we ahail never be able to con- 
viceethe South tbai tbe propraed amend* 
■•ot vaa Bot dictated by political oa- 
pidity. 

Tho qaalification of voiert ehould be 
fixed by an equal rule of univeraal appli 
eatioa. To aeeure theee r»f'-lta, the (tov. 
tmnr aaya, "Corg'eaa may and ought lo 
iailiaie an amt-ndroent granting the right 
to vote for PreaideDl, Vice Preaident ar.d 
repreaentativea to Congreaa, to colored 
Men, in all tbe Statea, being. citixena and 
able lo read, who would by the lawa of the 
S*atea where they reaide, be eompet<'nt to 
TO'e if tbey were white men. Without 
diafraBchiaiog t-xiating votcra, it aboald 
apply ibe qualifictiioo to white men alao. 
And, tbe amenJfni>ot, ou^bt to leave the 
aleoiion of I'reaident and Vice President 
directly in the handa of the people, with- 
out tho inie-vexiion .of electoral collegea 

The faitbfulncaa of Maaaachn eit* to the 
Union ia applauded \>y the U 'Vernor, a.id 
h» eoBcludea by returning bi< gratrful ao 
knowUdgemeni* for ibe favora he haa en- 
J yed from the people. 

Waibikotok Ntwa The detaila of ibe 
aouit for the trial of Semmea baa not vet 
tooeo prepared. In the meantime all per- 
aOBa prearnt at any capture of vea*ela by 
him are rrqueated to report tba facta, with 
their namea and a<ldre*a, to " John A. 
Bnllca. E q , Naval Judge Advocate Geo- 
oral, Wa*bingtoa " 

It ia rumored thai Maj Gen. Merritt, 
■09 atationad io Texaa, •tteo led a publiti 
Meeting there in an intnxin.ied condiilop, 
and indoracd a Ireaaonable ap«#eb made 
byareboUudgenawod Hancock. Chargce 
are aaid to have been preferred by oSicera 
who were preeeut, and they will be iovea- 
tigatad. t 

It waa not probable, yeaterday, that 
there would be a quorum of the Houae, 
tedey, praaeot lo Waabingtoo. Laat 
Bight there were net twenty repreaeota- 
Uvoa in ihe eiiy. 

Cold wbathcx Advieea froon Santa 
Fe by eoacboe received in Kanaaa City, aay 
that iaunaeiy eold weather prevaila on tba 
plaiaa. The anow bound iraine bad loot 
Bearly all their animala. Several leam- 
•tar* Were anverely IroMo, «oa« fatally. 
Uevaa aea ware picked up aloag tl a 
raute in a h»lplcaa con'tition and lakon.lo 
Vart Dodge for traalnMI. 




Tmb cuNoiTioa or UaoBou a» sbkr 
•T A.OaOaGiAN. A oorroapoodent of Ihe 
ffm fork Mvtnini FoH, writing from 
^^kv«atorB Gaergia, haa given to tho 
reederaoTthat paper hie ideaa of Ihe ae- 
tual eondiiion and pruapecU of that btate. 
Hia object ia evidently lo incline capital- 
iaia and adveniurere to make thatSlala 
the theatre of their operationa. 

According lo bia letter lb* re ia in Geor- 
gia aa area of land, amouni rg lo 37.120,- 
000 aorea, of which 6,678 479 acrea are 
improved. The average value of all land 
in Ike State ia four dollara per arye, and 
tba eaah value of the improved farmaaod 
plantationa, et a low eatimate ia #95,753,- 
445. including all tba improvementa. Tbe 
produce of the above farmt and planta 
liona tSie year before tbe war waa : of 
wheat, 1,733,964 buahel : of corn, 42.- 
080,399 buahelaj of wool, 1.315,475 
pounda; nf rice. 41,310 420 buahela; of 
tobaeeo, 923.840 pounda j of cotton, 512,- 
210 balea, averaging-4U0 pounda each. 

Bat Georgia alao hat a territory eon 
taiaing moat of the geological formationa, 
which ofer their rich depoaita lo-lbe akill 
and indualry of man. The ntineral region 
iiea principally io the primary formationa 
of tbe apurt of the Alleghany aountaina in 
the northern part of tbe Stale. Tbe writer 
eaya that in the ouilinea of tbe nain ridge of 
ibe Allegban)a are found tbe motamorpich 
alatca and quarix rock, in which gold orea 
abound ; ahd in near proximity to three 
are vaat depoaita of bamatita iron, of ex- 
traordinary extent. In the gneiaa forma- 
tiona are found rich veina of a magnetic 
lion ore, while in the neighborhood of the 
hematite beda apecular orea are found • 
indeed, theae are of frequent occurrence 
down tbeeourae of tbe Cbittanooga Riv- 
er, while in aandi aparkle with guld — 
Limettooe, tulphate of barylea aod quarix 
vrina eoniainii.g gold are abundant 
thr.)Ughout Ibe mineral region. ihe 
neighborhood of tbe Eiuwab River ia full 
of mineral, and the in>n orea there found 
and worked are equal to tbuae of the 
liouaalonic Valley. 

Tbe aoil of Georgia ia aa varied aa the 
face of Ibe country ia diver»ifled. An ex 
lenaive' plain naea fn.m ibe Atlantic for 
150 milea to tbe weal, and g'aduiilly awelU 
up to Ihe height of 5U0 feet above the 
level ol the aea. From the Atlantic to 
the heaJaf navigation of the Ocmulgee ia 
an alluvial formation, lonaiautg of loam, 
aand and tine gravel From thence lo 
Foit 041008, compriaing Middle and 
S uthwealrrn (>«or|(i%. ia the most pro- 
ductive land for cotton in tbe wbflle State; 
Mud ihia great belt, upon which grow ibe 
fioegt pinea, lowering in their height and 
airengih, and forming the prolific tource 
of the 6ne lumber exported to all parte of 
the world, it inferior to no land on earth 
t ir culiivatirg coiton. 

The principal river ia the Savannah, 
which, riaing in North CaroliiiM, near the 
aourceaof tlie Trnoenaee and l1iwa«a-eon 
the one aide and of tbe Cb.tta^ oochie on 
the other, ia navigable for Mesniboata from 
Aogoita. two hundreti and fifty niilet to 
ii« mouth, and from Iherce to Savannah 
for large abipa. The C^aiiahoncnie ia 
navigable for three hnodrfd milei; Fliitt 
River for oop hundred milei. 'Ibe Al<a- 
maha, foimed by the junction r>f ib> Co 
nee and Ocmuigve, i* oavtgahle to Mil- 
ledgev ille on tbe one and to Macoo oq tbe 

other.. „ •' • ■ .. . . ■"" "^^^ 

In the 8>ufhem part of Georgia, tbe 
weather ia never ezceaaivvly warm, the 
thermometer in July doea not exceed *1 " . 
in December and January 59®. Tbt 
itianda that border the aea coaat have a 
light aandy aoil aa haa the adjacent coaat, 
where ar<t found Ibe tide awamp-lindi, 
which produce ao abundantly of rice ; 
tbeae landa rre without doubt tbe finest in 
the Stale. About aixty milea from the 
coaat, tho pine landa commence, which 
are ao valuable for their iimher,turp»niiiie 
and rutin, and, when theae have gone, for 
their cotton and corn. Tbe aoil of thia 
region^ too, it light and aandy ; but for 
yeare, without manuring, and wiih our 
former eareleta, tlovei.ly nianper of culii- 
vatioo, will produce from eight hundred 
to one ibouaand pounda of aeed cotton to 
the acre. 

In manufapturet, G^rgia i« ihf flrit ol 
the Southern Statei, and ia exceeded only 
by Louiaiana, Alabama and South Carolina 
io her foreign ommerce. The capital in- 
veated in her nar.ufacturea, in I860, waa 
uver aix aitliona of dollara, and the value 
of her produvTa over eight tnillion doUarr | 
the whole number being I 507. of which 
83 wer-e cotton factoriea, in which were 
employed 18 207 pertona. 

A •apitaliai »i«bing to inveat lotht a 
planter t3'»0<» : be can. prot)%bIy obtain 
any rate of ioiereat that may be agreed 
on, aa the legialature will, undouhtedl). 
aonn amend the oaury lawt to ihal efleci 
He can lake a mortgage on tbe planliitiot 
a« tecurity ; the planter ha-> a plantation 
of 3t)0 acrea, and will prod-!ce 100 halea o* 
cotton, which •iil bring tl2 500. It wil; 
coal; the planter $1,440 fur hit labor; 
$2,195 for proviajona, $2,000 for fe- ding 
hit ainck and $1 500 for bia mulep ; total 
•7 795 leaving a clear profit of $4 7(15 
Out of thit the lender obtaina $300 fur 
hit intereat, reck.oing'at ten per rent, 
and $400 for hit commi«aiun on 100 balea 
of cotton, in all 1700; the planter real- 
ixed, after all expenaea, taxea, Ue. have 
been deducted, $2 605 

In addition to wag«t and labor tbe wri'« 
er tayt : 

•' In Atlinta I know of one firm in the 
grocery buaineaa, who for the want of 
brickJayera. tucned in and laid bncka with 
tiiejAowo handa. In that city They ata 
receiving $3 50 per day j carpeniera $4; 
• bile bacon ia worth 15c, and corn, 
$1 25 ; freeh neat l2o . fluor $10 Tbi 
Uemaud for ib>» claat of maubaniot will 
continue for a long time, aa thai iriiy waa 
lelt nothing but » wreck by Gen Sbermsp 
aud ila inbabiianu are puabiog ita retiura- 
iion aa rapidly a« pottible The expenae 
of ttetting to Ailanla Iroa New York- 
by way of Louiavilu and Naahville— ia, 
railroad fare. $48 i exponaet on the road, 
•ft aore— 153 Rome r»quirea avcban- 
'Ct, ao do ColuaUie-and Au«u«u and 8a 
vannab, and moat of our inferior towne 
« ,A^Mf, boowU^e of bia trade aod de- 


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(ermioation to aoeeoed, only are nquieod 
of the artiaaa— the worh ia hero." 

Tbe writer aaya farther that tho paopla 
ara aasioua to aako aao of ovary faoUity 
that ia offered tbea to aitigala aad ia- 
prova the circumatancea ip which tkay are 
placed; to derive every benefit that can 
be drawn from what they acknowledge aa 
■ he auperior energy aad abrewdnea ol the 
northern people. They wl>h lo learn and 
aad introduce their a)alemtor economical 
labor — their tumpluary habitt — indeed, 
evertbing that can bo turned to account; 
to ihtt they may avail theaaelvea of all 
the experience that hat made the one 
protperoua aod the other bankrupt. 

NcwapAPOBlAt.. The Wortnttr Trtnt- 
etipt hat ceaaed to exiat, and from ita *• re- 
maina " haa ariien Ibe Wurcctter Evtnihg 
Giixtlh—S. fi Bartholomew & Co., pro- 
prietora ; tbe name of ike editor, we 
think, haa Bol been announced. It ia 
about the aix^ of Ibit paper, it well print 
ed^ and in all reapocta ia aa improvement 
on tbe theet from which it originated. We 
thall, it ia already apparent to ut, find the 
GattUe one of oor mott interetting and 
uteful exehaoget. Termt, $8 00 per an- 
num. • 

The Botlon Evening Voice— m daily 
paper commenced about one .year ago*— 
bat lately been materially enlarged, and it 
ia alaoprinted on new type. Termt. $6 0(1 
per annum. >Ve do not agree with the 
editor of tbe Vtnce, on a number of pointa 
— on tome we do — but we give him credit 
of making a very; readable paper, and if 
he doea it in worki9g "tight hoora a 
day," he it not onlv tmart but eiceedipgly 
fortunate. We have noijt but (be beat 
witbet for all well directed enterpritet. 
and we trutt tbe journal under notice will 
alwayt be worthy of a liberal patronage 

Tbe Nncburyporl Herald, one of the 
oldett papera in the Commonwealth, and 
we may alao add one of the brat, baa been 
enlarged cnnaiderably wiihin a few da>a 
Thit. too, it an $8 00 journal. It i« the 
only paper (ha( can live in N««bur>port 
and wr are n.^t certain that it ia not tbe 
only paper that ought n attempt to live 
there. It aeem* to antwer all ibe want* of 
tbe place, for all eflorta to eatabliih an 
opiioailion to it have met with little ku«;- 
ce»a. Apparently the Herald ia better 
patronixed now than aver before | and 
*• long may it wave." 

The Tn-Wf^kly Publhker^t journal 
• birh we commenced in the enierpriaing 
toian of Haverhill, Maaa , in I860 — comee 
to ut in a new dre>t and hearing other 
iodicaiiona that our " bantling " waa con- 
fided to good handa — thoae of &leii>ra 
Palmer & Woodwurd. Haverhill waa. 
and aiiil i^ ready to pairon:x<! any woribi 
enterpnte, and we are glad to recognise 
evi'lehcea of it* apt reciatioo of the Pub 
lifher in th^-ir indicati.mt of protperity 
thown b) iit pn prietora. 


FriiM £i;RurE. Ibe ateamahip Her- 
ir>ann Irom Bremen the 20tb, arrived y«a 
lerday in New York. 

The Lord Lieutenant of Ireland had 
refiiaed to appoint a commitaipn ol inquiry 
into Stepbeni)' encape. J—iL ^^ 

Tbe raille plague wat inereaaiog. 

McCMff'rty, formerly a captain in tbe 
Confederate army, and a oiiia-n of the 
United State*, baa been put on triil for 
Feniarlam at Cork. The judgea held that 
hit being an alien wat fatal to tbe indict- 
ment, and tbe jjry rendered a verdict of 
not guilty. 

The grand jury at Cork had indicted 
T. Diiggtn. O'Donovan, John Catey, Jat. 
Mountane, and A. Nicbolt, Jr , for treat- 
on and telony. , 

There haa been a alight increase in the 
deaths from cholera in Parit ' , ■ 


LKOItLATiVR. In (be Sf na(e, yeaterday, 
Ivev J U Milea, (B..ptitt)ol Charlesiowo, 
was elected Chaplain on the lecond ballot 
by 26 out of 39 votet. A nation wa> 
laid on tbe tahU to ataign to day at half* 
past eleven o'clock for tbe election of Ser- 
g'-ant-at-arma. 

In tbe Houae, (he firtt buaineat done 
waa the drawing of teatt, aome ten mt-ro- 
bert being allowed, on account of age or 
infirmity, to aelect their aeata before tbe 
drawing commenced. A eunveniion ol 
both branchet waa formed for tbe purpoae 
of receiving a communication from Gov 
Andrew, an abstract of which we give elae- 
where. Among the dtatjnguitt.ed peraon- 
ai$et prenent, were ex-ULteinora Lii>(pln 
and ( liKbrdof thia State and Gov Smyib 
of New Hampihirn. 

Boston and Maine Railroad Tbe 
annual report of the B<i»ton Ji Maine 
Railroad, ahuwt 1865 to have lietn iti 
iiioai Bucceaful year. The total number of 
milet run by paa«enger. freight and otner 
traint waa 729.533 ; number ol paaaengera 
carried in cara 2,650 3H3 ; number tona of 
merchandiaeca>riei| 278 702; 'ntal expen- 
dtfjret lor working 'he road #967 395 71. 
Total income $1393 848 69. The net 
earninga. after deducting exjienaet, were 
$126,452.95, from which U d'^djded $40. 
000 for dt^preciation of m-iteriaU. Sec. The 
total diviUendt (wh<ch w«re 8 per cent ) \ 
with Ihx, amounted to $355 713 16 | add- 
ed lo tax on aurpl'ja (S7 946 09) •q>ialt 
S347,681.25. Thia aom deiiucted from 
net can ingv leavea a aurplua not divided 
of $38,761.73 : and it will be aeet hy the 
above Una it after Ibe turn of tl92 591 03 
bud been charged for depreciation of ma 
lerialt, Incomoiive'a. cara &e. The lota) 
turplua of the rad i« 4'87 1 515 'I'hia re- 
(<j| will begraiiftlng lo offi er<andatoo^. 
boltlera. The ^twhu>ypori Herald iruib- 
lutly aaya the Boaion & Maine la one of 
(be heat manaiied roada in the euuntry. 
and one of the aat'cat for inveaimenlt. 

The Speakert of Ibe Houw of Il<>pre- 
tcniativeain Ma)n« and ••'aaaacbuatftia ata 
both named Jamet M Stone, rhem are 
a't-i three Guvernort in New England- 
one half the whoU — named Bmuh—New- 
butffport Herald, 

There were three Gfvarnor Smi ht. in 
New Hamp*h{re,(*peired Smyth) Vermont 
and Rhode laland. but the Vermont Smith 
rrrired laat October in favor of agei.ileman 
named Mllinghaa—whieh it far from be 
log 8ailb,> - - «■ ■ - - ' — - — — ■ 

^..^ '. ^ a 


B R B V 1 1 1 iS a . 
■•• Ihlri rag* far LmuU. 
- Gold IB Maw Yark jreatordaywaa 143 !•$ 

Ibe loweat period it hat rcaobad fbr tevar- 
at moBtba. 

CONTKHTNKIfT. ' 

Thera la a Jawel which no Indian nine «an buy. 
No rhrmle art can eouiilvrfvlt : ^ 


U makMa roan rkh lu greiitval povertjr. 
Maki-a water wtne, turiia wo>Mlen eu|>a to gold : 
Tbe homaljr whialle lu awi-c( inuae'a atraiii; 
Kvlduin ii cornea, u> few from Hcuven aeiit. 
That much lu liule— all In tiougbl— ConUnt. 

Juan BitLSMCM aaya he alwa)a adviaea 
abort aeriBuna, eapccially on a but Sunday. 
If a miniaier oao'i t(rlke oil in boring for- 
ty minutet, be htt either got a poor gimb- 

■let, or elte ha it boring in tba wrong 
pltoe. 

The Waabington oorreapondent of the 
Boaton Pott, under dale of January 2n(J, 
■ ayt :— " The Preaident waa greatly fati- 
gued iaat nigbt. and bia hand and arm 
were badly twollen, from much tbaking at 
Ibe reception yeattrday, giving bia much 
pain. To-dty be ii muck better, and al. 
though tuflering from ineonvenieace from 
hia partially ditabird band, ia alteodiog 
to hia duti^-t at usual." 

Thk negroet were admitted (o tha Prea* 
idet.t'a reuepiioo, at the White Ho<i»e, on 
New Year't day. and it being a privilege 
to which lo which they were unaccustom 
ed, lb') manileited their graiifieatioo in a 
demonttraiive mi^nner. Moat of them 
mistook Marshal (iooding'for Ibe Preai* 
dent, ani p^aaed on after abakinff bandt 
wi'b him. A great many shook handa 
wiih every one Ihey could reach iu Ihe re- 
ception room with a noai ludioroua air of 
bt^wildtrmeat. 


MAttIO L4l«TBIlna for aaU brf 
KNOWt.iAlBROI, 
' 114 Merrlmaek at. 


Change of Firm 


AND 


■All. k WU0D8, 

OABIiBTON BLOCK, 
« 138 Mofiiouick Suaet. 

janSdttr 


.Albert B. Hai-i,, 
CUAa. K. Wooua. 


KOT 

Exhausted Yet! 


o mnny 
Teceln'i|{ Chrlnmaa (iifta from 
D^aot of FAKCY iiOOUS at 


« cbulce aaaort 


Amuko tbe diatinguithed vitilora In tho 
R-tireaen tativca' Hall during the delivery 
of tbe Addrestof Gov. Andrew, yetterday, 
were tx Govt Lincoln and ClUTurd, G v, 
Smyth of New Hampahire, Admiral Siring 
ham, and many othera. 

Mr. H. a. Mntiit. a reetton foreman 
on tbe New Hampshire Central Railroad, 
waa run o»er and kill-d near Taggart'a in 
UiifTa own, about 3 o'clock Monday after 
n >on, bv the up train. He aas about 36 
) rare of age, aod leavea a wife aod five 
'children. 

TvhCH aaya^lhat a Yankee baby will 
crawl tut of hiK ciatlle. take a aurvey of ii, 
iiivi-iil an iroprovmient, and ai>|ii) fur a 
paieiti he ore he i« aix monibt old. 

GcRAhO Hallock the fountler, and for 
many jeara the proprietor of the /;i«r 
nal rf Commeice of New York, died at hit 
r'-sidenue in New Haven latt eteniog. 
He had been Kuffxrir g from acomplieaiioo 
of dirordert f< r the laat tx moutha He 
was 66 )etri of age. 

A DESP(lMUfc^T writer in the San Joje ***"""■ *'''"*^''*'' "'"^ theckir Hoarda, Cheaamen 
I n I \ Ii- I. ... and l>iinnliiof« Walch mmiI t'lgar hunda, I'oekct 

JC.W ) /I.C/Cury saya that taliforiit ia , CuUery, Card Casca, with a tlue «aa. rtmunt of 

grots ing poorer and jioorer every day, and 

aiirihiiiea its decline to llie exorbitant 


Noltalthatandlnir so mnny were made happjr by 
[>m the cbul 

KNOWLblS BU08', 


114 MEIIKInACK RTREKT* 

thry atfll hnve on band and Intend to keep tbe beat 
aaaurlioent of 

FANCY ARTICLES^ ^ 

that can be found In Lowell or Tlclnlty, eonatat- 
ing of 

Klegant Wrilinfr Deaka, Work Bosea, Albunia, 

rorirulioa, I'urtemouNiea, Kana. tipera Olaaaaa, 

j Kaiicy Comba. l.«dU-a' C'nmiiaiiinna, Ladiea' and 

I Seiita' Droaaiiig C'aat-a. Iliiiidkerrhlef and Olova 


Scotch Plafd Goods, 

p. I., nr .r., .„ I I. J • L Umhrellna. Oenta' Canes. Trunks, Vallsea and 

rate or intereat now charged in ihal coun- Carpet Uaga of Ihclr own mnuufaoture, and tha 

try. He aay. ibat two per cent a month \"llZtnlll!!:^.f.,c':^^'''' ''■''"^'^ ^°"'"° 

IS tbe Tdmpire that ia aucking out the lifu I „. , , u\. ... . . 

,, , , •• . , '"We alan wlih the public to remember that If 

bloOU of ehterprlae in thnl btate. they would have the I-.\rE8T prrY'i.K8 a-d 

,, , ,., BKftTt^UAUjIEb of Ladlea', Oenla'audCblld- 

jllARCUfl A U EBB died on Saturday, at ■'""'■ 

Guildhall, Vt , from a atrok- of apoplexy, 


at the age of about tixt>'d«e yeara. 

The Bi'hmnnd Timet taya that many 
of ihe Swedes and (iermaaa who recently 


Boots, Shoes and Rubbers, 

thay can alwaya And Utem at 

lio. 114 Merumack Street* 


...:„...i it.„ /-._.». XT ., . With IheJr atockcan he found theCO D man'a 

anivedlhere from the Aortb, are about to warruuied Uoou and bhoea. Allot which thay 

•' I ull up atakea " and Uavo. They tay ^ 

they cannot atand ibe fare—" btcon, cab- 

b'grt and corn dodgera." They propoae 

settling in tbe far Weal. 


Some of our ron'eroportriet predicted 
thai the House mould have a Jewel for 
Speak r. The gucaa wat not far out nf iha 
• H»_ihev have elected a preciout Stone. 
— Traveller. 

Hon. Jacob K. McKenlt died, yee- 
lerday. al Douglasville. Berkt County, Pa. 
He represented ibe Beikt dittrict in Con- 
greaa, in V8C1 

U'lLLiAil H. Rubs, who attempted to 

murrler Mist D<tyton, bia mittrest, in 

Brookl>n, N. Y , on tbe 23rd uli., and 

then attempted to commit tuicide» died 

u'ednaitday. • 

t 
Iix Templelon on Ihe 23d ult., Thomaa 

Jordan wat killed while falling a irea, 
which fell upon him aod frai;tured bia skull. 
Gen. Loo^n is in Washington and hia 
friends are cohfident that he will \f» elect- 
ed Senator from Illinois at tbt next meet- 
ing of tbe Legiiltture ol that State. 

Tiijc people of Leyden, Holland, re- 
cently made a raid on the eatt of Ihe 
town, and in one nigbl tiew aome tix hun- 
dred. Tbe feline race had of la'e multi- 
plied to «ucb an eiteni in thtt city, at to 
become a regular nuisance. 

I HK January number of tba tlorticul- 
turiet haa been nceived. It containi s*-t. 
eral atiicles of more than ordinary inter- 
eat. For >a!e at Sargeant's bookttore. 

QUKI^N Victoria of Fnsland, haa fallen 
heir to a f..riiirie tif »250 0(M>. Her frienda 
and relatives in Lowell will he glad to 
ie^rn Ihe fac. provided tha oonaantt to 
thare it with them. * 

Hknbt Piik and Wm. Dawann. of Me 
La Moit. Vi., were drowned on the 30ih 
ult Ihey were crossing a at'retm on (he 
ire. wiin a leim. and being blinded by 
falling snow, drove Into opei' wafer. 

Mr Ht;aBirLL. Ihe cashier nf the Rank 
of Sheldon, Vi., turnt out to he a defaulter 
to tbe amotini of $75,000 He haa left, 
and bia wbereaboutt are unklnown lo tlie 
olficeri of the bank. 


acll at the 

LOWEST WARKET POICfiS. i 

l.ADIKSI 

Wa wlab to call your attention to our atoek of 

H.IR WORK. 

which Inrlade* Bark Bands, Wiga, Front Tleeea, 

Coll ItaU, Water fall Cuahloiis, Kate aod Mica 

I'utTs, etc., etc. 

P. 8.— Trunks. Vallaes, Umbrellaa and Taraaola 
repaired at shurt notice. 

KNOWi.ES BROS. 

IVu. 114 Merrimack htreet* 

Lowell, Jan. 1, iSOt. lanldly 


FOUU TH V ISIT. 

Dr. H. A. 0AK3, 

OF .\LBANr, N. Y., 
Will make hia fourth vlalt at Lowell, at tba 

AMERICAN HOUaB. 

MONDAY, Jaauarr sa.', 

TUKSUAT, Jaauary «34. 

N. B.— All lettera of Inquiry must lie addraaaad 
to U. A. OAKH, M. U., 
nov28dtf Uoi 977 Albany. N. T. 

D. W. WisHT, 

Daalsr iu Firat riiaa ( oali Starea lee Caal 
aud Weed. 

Parlor Stovps for Coal and Wood ; Caat Iron 
SInka, Copper i'limpa, I..cad Pipe. Jkc, eonatantly 
on hand. Alao, Maniifiuturcr and Dealer in Cop- 
per, Tin. and Mhevt Iron L'rna. 

Pnmpa repaired, and Job- work of all kinda fona 
III a neat and aallafuctory maiiniT. 

Alan ai{enl for the celebrated D^se Burning Coal 
8toTf,thui)|(IK.\l'AI., whirh will keep fire tungrr 
than anv nthi^r roal atove without n-plenlKlilng. 
Call and csiimlne bt-firv pjrchaaltig elaewhers, 

AO. 35 MlDDLtHtX THkBT, LOWMLL. 
JanI ap d3m 


FcMAN CuNORVS Tetterday, a enm- 
mittre waaap|i<>iit(ed by the Fenian Con- 
gress lo confer with the Senate, and 
adopted a resolution directing the Pieai- 
dent of Ihe Sanate to report directly to 
Congreit. Mr. Roburlt replied ibat ha 
dia not recognize tbe legality of the Con- 
greaa, but wti willing tbe bookk and pa- 
pert fhould be extmlned. Col. Meehan 
haa written an appeal to O'Mahoney and 
Riberis to reoign tinr.ultaneoutly. 

Thr minki or CoLOXADO Wo have 
received from A Williamt 4 Co., No. 
100 Washington Street, Boaton, a pampb. 
let of more than one hundred pagea, enti- 
tled '* Silver twining Regiona of Colora- 
do " It gives aoae acoouni of tbe differ- 
oni proueatet now being introduotwl for 
worki g the gold oret nf that territory. 
It ia frnm tbe pen of J. P. Whitney, of 
Boston, and will ha valuable to Ihoaa in- 
tareated in the tubjact treatad nU Frit* 
25 cenu. 


Perry's Moth and KrebKie Lotion 

Chloaamo, or Mnthpateh, (also ealird Livcrspot,) 
and Lcntltfo, or Krerliira, are often very annoying* 
partlculHrly tA I.adlea of light compleglor., for tha 
diacolored apota ahnw more plainly on Iha face of 
a blonde than of a brunptto : hut tney Krentlymnr 
the beauty uf either; and any preparatluii that will 
elTertually reitiovo them widunit m/Uring thr. color 
or tfxiHre uf the »i.in Is certainly a dealderatam. 
Dr. B. C. PERRY, who haa made diaenaea of iha 
skin a apeclally, haa diarovered a new remedy for 
theoe <IU(-<i|)iratliina, which la at one e prompt, in- 
I fallible and harmleaa. 

Prepared only hy U. O. PKItRY, Dermatologlat, 
No. 41* Rond atrea, New York, and for aale by all 
druvglats. Price, $. per bottle. Call for 

PKKUY'H MOTH ANIJ KRKCKI.R LOTION. 

For fnrthi'r inrormation addruaa Dr. B. C. PER- 
RY. 49 Rond atreet. New York. 

WKKK.-- fc I'OT rKIl, 170 Waahlngton street, 
Boalnn. wholeaale Agcnta fur M aaaac-huaetu. 

Alao for aali' In Boaton by ORO. 0. GOODWIN 
IkA^'O., 38 Hanover street, and tt. S. BIJtUt ft CO. 
atTrement street. sn aepiaodfttSm 

BROWN tL A&oiia, 

AlTunNRTrt AND CUUNSRI.LOIta AT LAW, 

l«laMa«r*a Balldlng. Central Btraet, 
AirHana R. Baowa, I 
ICDwie A. Aieaa. / LOWRLt* MABR. 

S^ At leial hnslnass axaeated with pn>mptDaaa 
an'< diapatrh iianicoiailt the eollaetion oral) claima. 
t A. R. BROWN, 0<<mmlialon(.rior .'tUlo ol Varmnnt. 

K. A AL'ir.ll, Notery I'ublin, and OrmmlaaioDat 
•nr the ataias of New York Oonnaotlout and Malaa, 

E. ▲. AIiOtR,aalloaDs«d Claim Agent aad At(«e- 
nitf, will proirptl) aiten<i to tha oolliotlon of ,^ 

Prixe Money, Hnck Pa*, UuBatlaat 

tae obtaining of 

Wldowa* PeBNiona Iti othera* Penaloaa 

and Invalid Peuaiuna 

tntboaaaatlUad to ibam of tha United Slataaand 
all other claims against tha aama t«at mavhaaa- 
maUKt tn him. 'aiaatr 

iToai iToeriTORT 

SCJKATCH! ^CitATGeI SCRATCH! 

Wheaton'8 OiDtmcnt 

W LL CU K THr ITCe n 48 II BR*. 

Alaoeorea SALT RTIKrM, IJi OBItH, CHfL 
BLAIN8, andall KRUITIONgOF THB HXIK. 
Priee M aenta. Per aata by all drugglala. 

By aending «Q ennu to WEEKS ft POTTKR, 
Sola AgsnU, 170 Waahlngton atreet, Boaton, U wlH 
ke forwantvd by mall, free of poataga, to any part - 
afihalTntred Statea. ^ -^ • 'f • 

Oat. M. liai. 


REDUCTION UP STOCK. 

The Arm of HARTSHORN, HALL k WOODS 
having bran dIaaoUed, and we having formed a 
copartoerahip for the contluuaDce of lu buaineaa, 
will aall at 

VARY LOW FBIOB8 

FOR THE NEXT SIX IT DAIS, 

to asaka a redaction of atoek. 

We have a^aw mora 

DEAYlf AKNY BUKKBT8 

▲t 13.00 each. 
— Abao— 

LIN BN 8HBKT8 

At $1.60 each. 

— Ai.ao— 

BREAMPA8T COVERS 

At $:<.00 eaoti. 

Togstker wtlb a larga atoek of 

Uhoice Dress Ooods 

eonalating of 

8ILK8, THIBETS, POPLLN'S. ALPAO^Afl, DE- 

LALNK8, TAMIIjIK CI,OTH8, QUKEN'H 

CLOTHh, UKI'ri, UOK.\THKA 

CLUTlit*. etc., eR. 

Alao, a large atoek of 

CJjOaKS and CLOAKINGS. 

— Aiao— 

Housekeeping and White Qoods* 
and Flannnln. 


DEAFNESS. 

with every Disease wbloh in- 
fnta the Uumaa Body. 

the Ajir, Catarrh, NmrnlyUi, IthrumntUm ,Attk 
•an, HcrofSflm, (ontumptiun, «r„«, /(<,,/ .4ffr,ti„n: 
Ihrint iHJIcHltUt, nil ' ■ "....' 


liliY GOOU^ 


AT 


tf 


nfltaM*fttly 


fADIXM' AND OENT'R DRKSSINO OASIS 
<• tWr tale by KN0WLE8 BROS, 
•alU lUMerrtataakairaaa. 


KKYKS * TVCKKt'8, 

yaroac /HJIctiltUt, Ititratrd hum, I.oimT,/ Huir. r«_ . « 

Dy'P^»ia,KHUrgrmrHt„fiht Urrr, Diientuqf^*'**^^^ lUMk, 134 MorHaaek WL. 

<Ar A.<<,i<»«, r„««/,prt/<„„. OrntfW. /'i/ra. /V-rM/g-i — wroWBCB m. 

«iJ. wilts «ll »w^A ^^...m^ ^A _.a.i_» . * .~ • 

BAHOAJNB IH OHT GOODS. 


tU, with all and every diaeaae which lufeats tlia 
human body, eured iffertilally by 

Mra. n. U. liROWN'tt, 

nKTAPIIYsieAL DIKCOVERY ! 

FKIOB $4.O0. 

t 410 Ar<!h atreet, Philadelphia, 
Orrieea J U Pemberton Hniire, Hoaton, 

t 14 Bond atreit, ,Vew York. (Af 
ler May I, No, 61 Uvnd at., two doors trg0,,J|ffw- 

From a life ofatudy, obaerea- 
tlon, and eipirivncc, and yeara 



I bi 


at bay, inuat have my Metiipli 


kvrii 

.--^ etiipliy- 

alcal DIacuvery alwaya on hand. Tt la a certain 
preventive avalnat diaeaae. It alao treata and de- 
alroya the rauar of diaeaae, vonaaquently theel- 
fecu die, beiftonlrig with Dtafncaa, Cnl»rrh,Kheu- 
matlam, Neuralicla, with every diaeaae man,' wo- 
man or child la heir lo. 

It ia the only aafvguard agaltiat Cholera. It 
cleanaea every aewer of the human bo.ly, hnrdena 
the fle<h, and purlflea Ihe blood. In conaequeiice 
of the above faru, I have llila day reduced Ihe 

Jirlre, ao na to leave n« barrier in tha way of tba 
llaeaaed. 

The package ronalata of three bottlea, one uaed C. B. COBITRW 
for tha Kvea, one for thf Kara, and one for the i L «. HOWE ' 

Scalp. 1'bi-ae three work In ouiijunrtlun, puaaliig THOM.^ 

Into the ayalem by abaorpilon,thua kllilns the very H. HOH 
root of the diaeaae, which la In a apeclflc lucallly In 
Ihe head. 
My Melaphralcat Dlacorerr la packed In a neat 


«> PS. Black ALPACCA8» tO eta. to f 2.00. 
««.-Cord .. «)cU.worth7.. 

»«>»• ' "St.., 7».U. 

100 PS. PLAID POPLINS, 7»c. worth 91. 

•Ops. THIBETS, ,11 .hades. 

«6 pa. ALL WOOL POPLINS. «' 

100 p.. liOURNINO OOODB. fl„. ,„.lUy. 

llALMOttAL SKIRTS, . f„|| ««,rt.n«nt. 

every variety. 


of practical appilcHtlon of my DOMKMTins anH »t aaruvi. . 

" Metaphy.lral Dtacovery'' on *~"'* '*"■•"* 'LANNELS In 

lliouaaiidaof dlaeaaud mm, wo- r>f (la' a<' :• t ... 

nun and children, I have Jiiatly *'»'"AK'I I K,tAfAK» I T'LOAKVI 

come to the conclualon that e»« 
ery family in the land, who wlah 
to get rid of diaeaae and keep It 


BEADYIIADE AND MADE TO ORDER. 
We employ an eiperienewl cotter, aad aafca !• 

order any atyle deal red. > __ 

• ssANtirACToar, • ■.■■*-''; 
RcoB Ko. 11 ferlrto "loelt, 
«'°"^ MKRUUtACK STKKET. 

TaiDEW a nil ife«-ip«irK' " 

mSUHANCE COfflPANT. * 


wooden caae, and will be deapatrhed to any p rt 
of the world on receipt of the price.wlilch will be. 
from thia 2uth day of November, aold at S4.(M per 
pat^kaicu, or three packaxua, glU.uo. 

Celebrated Poor KIchard'a Kye Water. Largo 
alee, $1 per bottle, nr aix bottlea for $5. Hmall aize , . ,„„.,, 
ftOcenta. He Ip Renovator »I. or all boilica foM^ruttta 
%!>. The raedlcluea can tra obtained through ruur ~ 
dnigglaU. 


DiaccToaa : 
....-,„ ^ " RICHARDSOir, 

Caah Aaaeia, gi.is ow.18 

■ fltnal DepanmeBt, f S0.002 75 
Stocii UepariAieBt, $ OS, 086 43 


8. W 


In thaMtrrcAL, Dwclilnga, PUmitnre and Par« 
1 ropertv are inaured. Po.lcy boldera ahara lo tlie 


Care of Catarrh, Aathmn, Sir. 

July 12, 18«4. 


O.flea— %•. iiT Oairal «l'a*t. LawU. 

Z. r. SHEBMAN. 8^* «^"^'^' '^•^'• 

Springfit^ld Fiie and Marine Ixu. 
Co . 

Uflssasoit Ids. Oo., 
iM orris Ins. Co.^ 
^tate Life Ins Oo. 

B. F. SIRICA N. AfMit. 
Inanranca will be effected to any daalred ameaat 


on ordinary or apeclal hacarda 
Lowell. July 19, ia«5. 


l7i»n« 


.In the Stotb, theaams kinda of Properly, ala* 
gtorea Merchandize and other property not extra 
bazardoua are Uken. r r j .«»» 

The Company haa ateadily gained in eaah aaacta 

„ ^ -...., »"!""»",••. """'""t of dividend returned mutual 

MRS. CrTEBVER, realding al No. r.2 Allen atreet, po'i-^yholdera during ibe laat ten yeara. Ownera 

Boaton, aaya: "I have been rouhlcd for f>ur u' property In Lowell and vlitjnity are tnTlted t« 

yeara with aore throat. For two yeara I autfured •PP'y ■' lf>'s Home l>fflce, where Inauranea can be 

with catarrh and great dizzlncaa In my head, al- i *"ected with tha leaat trouble, and ihe greaUataa- 

raoat CHualne me to fall. I aulTert'd greatly with I ""'"-''*'"' '"'^''"""y- Ao puiuy ur lUttanmetU /e*» 

aathina. it being hiredlury in the family. I waa eter oharged at ojfct. ' 

dlaeaat-d all over. I could not go where there waa 

any dual. I had great nalna In my head and neck. 

1 hate auffvred much with cold feet. The bonea In 

my neck were drawn out of place with the aalh 

ma. and my throat looked like raw iK-ef. After 

applying to varioua phyalciana and obulngnore- 

li.f, 1 llnallv applied to Mra. M. O Brown, by 

whoae mvdlclnoa I have been ao much bent'lttu-d 

that I am now lllce another woman. Formerly the 

leaat ozpoaure gave me cold : I could not go tuthe 

door with my head uncovered without an Hltack 

of the aathma. My aathm:. ia now entirely gone. 

My catarrh baa wholly dla.ippcared. I;fi;lt weak 

and languid for many yeura, ao that I Waa a bur- 
den to mvaelf. The euldneaa of my feet haa dia- 

appeared, and I feal a general circulation through 

my entire ayatem, cauaing me lo l»e, aa formerly, 

foil of alrcnKth and vivacity, and can attend to 

bouaehuld duties aa well aa ever I did In my life." 
For aale by P. & E. B.MLKY, aucceaaora to 8. 

Kidder. Jr. Ik Co., cor. Merrimack and John ata: 

C. »t. KIMUAI^, Wyman-a Kichi.naA.Vg.*!!; 

BUTLKIt Ik CO.. cor. Central and Jackaon atreeU, 

and all DrtgglaU. sp dec20dfttlr 

HUIMNE WELL'S 

!''-t:|.<KCTld The claims for thia valnabia 

P« - ^ •'••m lr P II are beyond 
rlili^. I that of aay othvr in uae. A 

teat of them will not only prove thia. but the great- 
er error of Ollping which haa heretofore been 
called l;ht alter The - tji .JflC I IO F' LL 
never require over lieo, and aeldbm but one for the 
doae, act on the bowel* without the ilightent yrip- 
ing, a point of the greateat importance, particular- 
ly In 

(hronlc Coii«lfp.ition, 

For which Uke a ai gle Pill e*-cry, or every 
other night. They never produce debility, aod 
Ca>-e lu>l ge> lea i r-peeal<t Head Acbe, 
Liver aad Kidner <^nsel->laia.PlU ,W<rma, 
Lasa •'! er imearlltea at lh« li^'<ed. L««* <■ 
Aapclile, aad all 0.>raageaieBia ef tfawrl. 
• r •latnaih. 

*9- 8old by all Wholesale and ReUil dealers in 
Medicine. 

Joan L. mJKNKWKI.r.. Proprietor, 

PRACTICAL CHEMIST, 
CO«1Me.RllAL HIIARF, 

ROSTON. MA»8, 
Phyalciana or DeaUrs supplied in Itulk. Formu- 
la and fuHTeatimonlala to thia 


viutual fike ins. company 

Incorporated 1833. 

tLL RISKS OOMFINBI) TO TUB OITT OF L01 

KLU 
aUUm (llSaaaarU Blecfe) go Ceatral Strael. 


. „^_ '• K. FKLLOWa. Praaldaak 

.'AMES COOK. B^atary. 

TbieCompan/ eocUnaaa lo inaara Iba aakr alaaa 
>( I ropertr la U>a city ol LowaU only By so delag. 
bay have no Axento to i>ay, ao travelllgg expeaaaa. 
10 poatairo, therefore no riaka takaa by Agoata, bat 
I! onder the peraonal lospeotion and approval ol tba 
>ireotori. fihould loatea orcnr, they are wllbia tae 
nowledga of every member ol the Oonpanv. 

(aaaianoeeflbeted in Life and Stock aad aaS Ma* 
uel Ftra loauraooe OampaDlea. 

abl4dl» aa iAMMS OOOK. Agaat. 

Y Ii L t A N I Z a ' 


M 


veto/iment aent on demand, 
janl [4(0] 


Oreaf Aloide JJe 

dfim 


DENTISTiS, 

• aad e SaTlaga Baah BalUlwa 

Intrndiiced Vuleanlaed RnblMr In IMO. Bals ol 
I'eeth mado liy them at that lima have baen worn 
oDStaotly «lDoa with great aalla acti- n, and the Vul- 
anlta la unimpaired, lu durability h ving been con- 
rmed. Wa have o aod It tha preaenl yevi in more 
han nnn huudrnd caae*, and oau now recommeod It 
vlth lull cnnDden^. 

Wu are aailafle^tAal thare are but few pertona 
eaarlng fnll reta or Teeth on Melalle Plaiea. however 
atisfact<iry tbey may Im. whoae comfort would aot 
•romulad with a set od iha Vuloanlta. 

a^ As our racilltlet are not azeallad, we lurnlab 
Teeth at vary moderate prioea, and peraoot oriiuilled 
neaiia may obtain tbant on terma wlit wlU be aatis- 
*ctory. 

Teeth Kxtraeted without pain willi LaogSylag Oas 
r Nltroua Oxyde. 

Lowell. <>Gtob«<J. Itas. e.!tSdtf 

jr~\w7jttHOOK8, 

COFFIN WAREHOUSE, 

le Preacon Street. 

OOFFINH, OARKimi and RDBKH of every dasarip 
loe ooDitantly on bead, laada of the beat maiana) 
>nd lataat tatlen s. ^ 

JHIT* BverytbiDg eonnaoTed with tha maaagaaiaot 
if runerala prompllv attended to. 

Reaideooa. Mo. 18 Fouitk Straat, Ceatral vtlla. 

tx>well. Deo. IS. 1168. an daeSSdtl 

rOE (SKEAl JIIIVLISH REnEDY. 

SIR JAMsbS CLAHKB'S 
7E1.BBBATBD PEH AI.B PILLS. 

.^rttfartd from a prtirriptU»Ktf Sir J. Clarki.M-D 
rhytieickn JMraordiaary (o (Aa Qiuwn. 
rbisiovaluable luailloloe :a unratllng Id tqe oure 
•I all thoae paiofBI and daagerous disaaaea lo wbloh 
Iha female oonttlluUoo la aubjacv. It modcralei all 
ixobas and ramovea all oiwurucjooa, aad a speedy 
lura oiay m ■-ailed on. 

TO MARRIED LADIES 

II ta peeuliarly anitad. It will, la a abort tine, brlag 
•n the mantbly period with regularty. 

Each bot le prioa One Dollar, bear* Iha Oovarn- 
neni Htamp of Great BriiaiD, to pravaat eouatar- 
alU. 

CA.UTIOV. 

T^se fSlU ih»uld ael bt laJkra hy /maio tf artoo 
(Aa riRBT TBSMM UOyTHH a/ (/rtananey, ai 
:A<y art twrt to bring m MitemrrUtgt ; but al any 
.fA«r iiaM lAsyars toft 

In all vaaes or Marvoua and Spinal ABbetlont. Pain 
the back aad LImba, fatigue od alight exertion, 
Caipllalioo of the Heart, Hyitartea, and Whitea. 
hese Pills will efle.tt a anre whaa all olh^r meant 
-i^ta railed ; and althannh a powerful remedy, do not 
9i.ntain fhtn. ea|nm"l. aotimony, or aftylhlng hurt 
<ul loiheooaa'ltutloD. 

Pull dlractloDa Id tha panphletaroaad each paek- 
kKO, which anonld be earaiVillv praaarvso. 

Sola Axeat for tha Unllad Statea ana Osaada, 
JOR MnhRir, XT I onrtland strnet, New York. 

N. S.— f '.00 aod e poataga stamps annloaed te 
<ny auihoiliad AgMDt, will Inauraa bottle; oootala 
Ing «) F1IU l>v return maH. 

i4old by P. 4 KBAILKT, suoeataors to ft. KIdd.r 
Jr. A Co, joruei <>i Memuaoa aoa iobu streets. 

l>M>iM<r>ei 4 ia<6 S" >ta'iA<IAtlt 

•»- THE (INLY " ltKLIABr,K"'REMEDT~fBr 
Dark 8pota upon tha Face la I'mar'a Moth and 
Freckle lA>tton. Sold by drugglala everywhere.— 
Woeka Ik i'otlar, 170 Waahlngton atreet, Boaton, 
Wholeaale Agenta for Maaaachuaetla. Alao for 
aalu In Boaton by Geo. C. Ooodwin ft Co., SS Uan; 
over atreat, and M, 8, Burr fc Co., 96 Tiainout at. 

aaptW ap dftm 


i. C. Abbott. 
Jona. Tyler, 
Canaom Rti»i, 
A. It. Brown. 
John Neamlth. 
tieo. btevooa. 
<trm. B. LIvlngstOD, 
Wm. P Braiar, 


Biaaeeoaa: 

Wm. B. wiggia. 


Ahram Freaek, 
J. K. Fellowa. 
Akiea B.Bnttrlsk. 
Joslab 8. Bcwa, 
Obaa. A. Hiotu 
Vacob Rol>ttiDi^ 
E. a. Patah. 



DRa OLADirar 

HAS for the laat six yeara been Inaertlag 
Teeth on VuLcaNizao Rvaaaa, a aew 
aaieiiai in Dentiatry, much lighter thaa and 
luperior in many reapeeta to Odd or Silver 
Plate. Tbere ia no ehanee for any particle ol 
food to lodge under or around teeth inaertrd oa 
thia material. Thaa tbe mouth ia kept per*' 
(t(it\j clean and aweet. I consider it much 
better in most eases than Gold and Silver Plate. 

I have inaerted a large number of acta ou 
'hia new material for pera na who formerly 
wore gold or ailver platea and I have yet la 
learn of a aingle inaiance where they aio not 
ina:h better pleaaed in every war. 
• Dr Oladwio takea tbia opportunity to aay ta 
peranns living at a dia*aDce fmro Lowell, whe 
may require the acrvicespfa Dentist, that tbey 
will aave money by calling on him. aa be haa 
niade auch a nBDVcrrioM from his former rates 
that tbe expenae of ihejonmey will be nore 
<han rgpsid. At the same time ha caar ateaa 
iheir.work < one in the boat peaaible atyle et 
the art. Ilia lono bxpbkibmob aa a Dontiat 
warranta biro in doing thia. 

Tbe Naw Maobinbet aad other eitonalTe 
improvementa which I have introduced into 
my Laboratory, have enabled me to do work at 
greatly rbduokd raicxa. Tbua peraona of 
sm«i) means can avail themaclvesol this moat 
benefie'al and aaeful of arta 

in/- Teeth inaerted on Gold and .Silver Plate, 
and all other operationa in tba way if my pro* 

feaaion done as hereiofoia. 

rCT'l'eeth extracted without | ain witk 
Lavomimo OAa or Ni'roua Oxyde. 

Grateful to the Lowell pLblle for th.; laat 29 
rcara' patronage, the Doetcr would aollolt a 
continuance of the aame. 

GFFICB IN GLADWIN'S BLOCK. . 
128 JdlerrinacK street, Lowell, Maaaa 

81LA8 1. OLAUWIM. 
iant d**flr 


DR. MATTI80N, of Provldenne, treata exclu 
alvely all apeclal dlaraoes and accident* reaulting 
from Imprudence In both aexea, glvlnv them bia 
ti'hole nl tent ion. Dr. M. la a thorouiihTy educated 


phyalclon of over twenty years' ezperloncu, bear- 
ing the hieheat teatimonlala. and uiidnnbtedly poa 


'^. 


r 


r h ars and cclasors. 

mi K have Jaat rec.lved an aaa*;tnj -r t of Sey 
yy m»,.r»ZuUfU4 Shaaraand ««« ora which 
weareaalllaga* Ww^Pj.1^.^ » BABTLKTT. 
^eejl 13 6 C«;iiUal auect. 

MoHk^s Moulders' Tools- 

AOOOD vaHely of unllDtltS' TOOLS fot 
aalr by FlKLI»lNO A H.MtlLKIT. 
'- — ' laiiCeiitral aUeet. 


daell 


jtAi 


WOHIiWHOLM'M.Ward'a and Uurkcnahaw'a 
I'OfhhT t'i:T/.liUy—M flue aaaortraeiit 
la atoek aii4 for aale by ___ 

PIEl.DINO ft PAHTI.KTT. 
daell 1^ CeiiUai atreet. 


-J^-__ 


/ETNA IMtSURANGE C0« 

llarilrrd. Conn. 

■■ouKPoasTBU isie. 

Capital and Surplus, a. . .■iS,l!i8,829.9 

Hartford f^re Ins. Oo. 

Hartford, Cona- 
, IBIOOaPOBATBO ISIS. 

Capital and Surplus, |1.IOO,OUI 

\9tik Aaericai Pire las. ۥ. 

Hartford, Conn. 

Capital sod Surplus |l84,tl<l.4t 

Western Mass. Ins. Oo 

PittaSaid, aaaaa. 
Capital and Surplus |3!i,00r. 


HBW ADVKiiTISBMBMrB- 


ADMIUWTIlATOH'fl SALS. 

tW virtue of a llfenae from the Pret»aU Court In 
is aiMlfortbe (;..u..ly of MIddltaex. I. Emory 
C.K,k, AdiMli.Uiralor of the ealale of Lu«"«"» 
M..rah. tale of Lowell, in aald Couuly. ahal aellnt 
Public Au.tlon,iM« Uie preinlaea In aald Uiwell lieiu^ 
Inafler de«-rlb*d. on lii tS I .A V .Hi. t''«"',r r;~''|^ 
day of January. A. I>.. »»«. «l 2 '• '' "' t' J *!l*L' 
Ihe rlirbt, title »i.d intirreal which the .aid Marah had 
at tlio time of her dc.eaae in and lo a o«-rUlM pl.-.o 
orpar-elof land.it.iafln a-ld Lowell, houndei 
»iMr.l...rll..d aa follows: B.irlnnl"* <"' "'r.,";;** 
aide of Hultflk alrcit. at a point In a line vitli the 
. eulr. of a partUlon wall iH-tween the ten. meut on 
the i-nmiiM-. and the leiiement adJolnln« oil the 
i.outh,.wlil.h U about tw.iily fc.t iK.rllier y of tbe 
corner of Dodite and Hulf'dk atriita; thence on 
llie w.-lerly aide of aald Huffolk atre-l twenty 
ail f.-et. to land now or formerly of l*liill|« Hardy ; 
Oieii.-e at a rtaht an«le on .aid llar.lya Ui.d. and 
on land of Uie froprlelora of tbe locka aitd (a 
nala on Merrlma. k ItWer. aeveiity ftve feet weal 
eriv ■ llience aoullterly «mi a line parallel lo aata 
r'iiir.>lk atr.ft on land of aaid l'r..pri.tora, twenty 
aix feet ; thence ea.urly, at a rlifht anicle. a<-venty 
Ave fei-t. lo lli<! point of bieinning, containing 
nineteen hundred and llfly anuare feet. 

KMOliY «"(»OK, Adio^nlatratnr. 
l>owell, January 6tb, 19M. Uw3wjau6 


CITY AND U)UNTY. 


Fxiday. Jaouarjr 5, ;i8ce. 


The above OOBvanies write on pruperty at at 
low ratad as other raaponatble ollicea. f'OLl 
TIES »r fan on DWaLLINS HOU.SRH .n. 

a ^a ■■ WT Og^aX DS #^k* f bM IC ^a 


Jielr eootcnu. aad CHURCHM. tor ONE o 
FIVE yaara. 

HOABSKiMMKNT INANTCA8K. 

CBORtie BII*i^fcY, Aaeiat, 
luaeceaerto tbe late A. J. Klt'llMttNl 
rirat NaUeaaJ Btak Ifaiia a;. 
Oat. I. l«C? ^ aetldftttf 


BXIiIJiiF XA rmn mim UTJtS. 
BRYAN'S 

PIILHOAllC WAFERS. 

As moit etrtain emd nttdf rsaMdg tttr 4 i $Mmr * 4 
/be mU Dittatti of th* Ohtit amd Utm^t. Omaht, 

O9U*. Aithmu. OHWwaapfiew, /< reisaA«ifc 

JK^siaitaa. if'aessasss. XKJI«w/( SesalA- 
ing Bar* Throat, 4«„ rfe. 

Theae WAPBR8 give tae mnat inataptskaaoaa and 
jarri<ftt rallaf, and whan peraavarad wita aeoordingto 
(Ireotlona. never rail to atTsot a rapid and laaltag 
lure. Thonaands have been realorad te pMhet 
aealth who have triad oihe' neana la vain. To all 
ilassaa and all Qnnstltutlonsi y are aqaally a blea- 
ling and a cure— noi^a need dtspair, no matter how 
lOBit the diseaaa may hava existed, or however a^ 
rate It may be. provided the organte atmotara of the i/.j- 1 
dial ergaaa la Dot bopilasair deeayad. EVary oae' ''¥^'t • 
afflletea shodd give than ao laspartial trial. 

To VooAtUTa and Piauo BvaAaaha theae Walbra '- 
in pecutlsrly valuable; thay will in one day re- 
nova tha moat severe ocoasiODal boaraeneaai aad 
>balr ragulai naa tor a (aw daya will, at all timaa, la* 
iraaaa Ihe power and llaxiMllty of tba voice, araatly 
mproving Ita tone, oempars and olaameaa, for wblaa 
jurpoaa thay are raenlarly uaed by many proHsaatoa 
• vooKiiata. 

JOB MoaSS. Sola Proprietor, tr Oartlaadt Straal '._ . . 
Maw Tork. 

•told tr I^wal! by F. 4 M. BAtLK T. aeecasaaea 
to B. K Iddar, Jr. A Co., ooraai MarriBUMB aad 4 vaa 
atreet* 

Pneamhar 5. ItfS. deeadStte 


IdPOKTiinT TO PKHALKS. 


The ealabrated DR. DOW eontlnaeg to deeote 
his entire time io the treatment of all disaaaea l»> 
aidant to tha female syttem. An axperlanea ef 
aeaaes auperior akill in thatclaaa of dlaeaiei to r,^„„, j^^^, ,„ onablea hira to guarantee spea- 
which he niia devoted an much time and attention I . ' . n »i .u . . i, 

Peraona at a diatance. aud ladlaa eapeoially , hav I ^V '»"<' permanent relief In tha worit cum of Stip. 
Ing any truubia of tha kind, ahould be aura and prtiiion and all other Mmttrual Orrangtmtnle, 
eon.ult him. See advertisement of his .it'ura Asas 


hi 
a. 

tv 


edift/or HpteUU lHttu$tt, ia this paper, 
lani ap * 


dftfly 


batubblob'b hair dt^i 

"Ue Original and Best in tha World I Tha only 
true And perfect Hair Dye. Harmlasa, Reliabl 
and Inatanlanaoua. Produeea Immedlawly a apian 
did Black or natural Brown, without li\]Drtng tha 
hair er akin, Kemadlea tba III effaotaof bad dyaa. 
Sold by all DraggtsU. Tha gannloa la slgaed WU 
Ham A. Batohelor. Also, 

tlKOENKRATINO KXTRAOT OF -^ILLE 

FLBUR8, 
for Raatering and BeaAllfying tha Hale. 
OUAJLLM BATOUBLOK, Maw Toas. ■ 
aa«lT V d*at^ 


from MiA/i(er<r «n«s«. All lettera for advlea mSal 
eenwin fl. Offlee, No. BEndicott street, Boaton. 

N. D.— Board furnlahad to thoae who wtah ta re- 
main undtr traatmank 

Boaton. June 23. 1866. ^ leSidSUwfly 

To the l^ndlra. 

i;ae PERRY'S MOTH AND FRECKLE LO 
TION, which Is at onea prompt. Infallible, harm- 
lea*. Prepared only by Dr. B. C. Pbmt, 46 Bond 
atreet. New York, Fur aale by all drugglala.-> 
Price, %i per bottle. Send for alrenlar." 

saptao s p dSfSas 

^^AITTJID, 

A HOUSEBAID and a Nurse MaM at IS Dattea 

^ Street, eorner of Monwaaat Sttuara. 
Lfwall, tor. IMh. UN. ^ 


Throat, 

BBQtTiBKa iwNicDiATe A-TTEaTioii AWO anot:i.D 

BE CHECKED. Ir AfctiOWED TO COmaUE, 

Irrit itlMS at Mia Laags. a Pe-aaaae-t Tbraat 

AfCae«.«a,«e •■ -wearaMe t*»s Ulaeaaa 

n orraa the aaacLT. 

' BBOWV'B BBOVOBIA.L TROCHES 

'. BATtao A DtwecT iwe iMi aa o a ao the VAaxa 

OiVE IMMEDIATE EELIET. 

For BewwealCia, Aatfcwsa.Catarra.tJwm- 

•MMwilva awa TkroaC IMec«aaa, 
raacaaa abe oaEo witb ALWAva good auccsaa. 
•IBOIBS AMD Pa^IilO BFSaKBBS 

will tlad TroeheM aaefal In clearing tha voice when 
Uken before Singing or l^peaklng. aad relieving tho 
throat afier an unuaual ei'-rtion of the vocal or- 
gana. The 7'rorAca are recommended and pre- 
ocribed by Pliyalclana. and have had tcaltmoniaia 
ftom eminent meo throughout the country. B -ing 
aa article of ■ tme merit, and having ;»r<»r«/ their 
eflleaeyby a teat of many yeara, each year Snda 
Ihem In new loealitlea In varloua paru of tha 
' world, and tlie Trorhn are uulvcraally pruuoun- 
aed Iwtter than other artielea. 

OarAia only " Baowa'a BaoacniAL Tao- 
CRBa," and do not lake any of tbe WorihUu Imi 
tatioH* that may be otfered.' 

Bold everywhere in the I'nllcd Platea, and la 
Forelen Couutriea, at a» eenU per box. 

oetSi ap d'ateo* 


Custcm Boots and Shoes. 

ill The aaHaerthev haa opened the ahop No. 
■ T.'ifKN I KAI. KTIIKKT, (oppiHil.- the A- 
■k^m.rican lloua.0, for the |>urpo»e of manu- 
faetiitlnBB<M»TH arid KlIOKH l« ord. r. He at 
tend* peraonally to hia cu"1"iii"T«. and maka up 
M. wrfrk InlliP mo.t rAaHl<»WAni.e sTVi.r*. at 
rAiH iMiKKa, and warraiiU good rira •»■"•• 
wanllnij llr»t c/'M* fu-*t»m worlr. or Itepilring 
dune, ah.uld look In to my place of buaineaa, at 

No. 75 Ceatral Htrct. 

CHA8. OAWLKR. 
Lowell. Jan. flih, 1666. »p JanMim 


Boaton AlmantiO f3r 1880, 

^lOlCTAINTNO a large amount of Talual.le sta- 
( / tiaiicoi ouater, fur aale by 
Janft f-. 


B. C. S AUG E ANT.. 


TU 


rEflNEy*8 N r. W CXTBACT 

or THE 

EGYPTIAN LOTUS, 

FOB THiti HA (iDStfi^ CHIEF. 

Id ANTFACTURKD from the " Nymphw tx» 
11 tea." or whnt la ca'led by the Keypllaiia 
Hebnin," *• Scahln." ll erowa In the .Vile and ad 
'jacenlrlvuleta. and haa a larif- while flower. »imi- 
lar in app«aran-e to our Nvoiplio) ildorijto, or 
Pond I.lly. The root la eat. iW) people who live 
near ihe Lake Menraleh. The ilvniela near llan.l- 
etia abound with thia flower, which rlae. two feet 
above the waler. It waa the ro«of Anri«-nl My pi, 
the favoriu flower of tbe country .and U often B««n 
made Into wreath, and xarloiida placed on llie fore 
hcoda ■ f femalea, or held in iheir handa and iiiha 
led for ila frograiiee. ll playa a dlatlnkuUhed part 
in Ihe mythology of the Hiiidooa and (Milncc— 
Amonn the(?hlne.elt aymboll red female be»oly. 
the ainall feet of their wumen beine called " Klu- 
laea," or " Oolden Llllea.' 

priea SL Manufactured by the Proprietor. 

F. A. PKNSKV, Hrooklyn, N. Y. 
OEO. C. OOOnWIX fc CO., SS llam.ver atreet, 
Buoton. Wholeaale Agents for Aew England. 
Dor.a ap «'^"_ 


HCEE COME US ! 

J\'0 BtlRWT CORK! 

BROOKEH & CLAYTON'S 

IHSTKfcLSAlVDB&AS!^ BAKD. 

The Great Slave Troupe- 
^ AT nUSTISOTON BALL, 

JAN. ith and.«th, 18M. 

THK above Troupe were HLA TKI^ prevlooa to 
April 11th. 1*i'>. In M.icon, (jeoriria. and aliico 
hav- performed to the moat eiiliublened audiencna 
in the Northern Huua with nnprecedenlcd auc- 

Proprletora. 

W. II. LEE, Manager. 

' R. H. BISHOP, Agent. 


Lowell Hiob Scbool Association. 
Thia Aasociatio^ bald tl)eir aoDual meet 
inf last evening. President A. B. Wrif ht 
in the chair. The aonual report of tbe 
Treasurer, giviog receipta and egpeiidi- 
turea for 18C5, waa read ai>d ordered lo 
b| placed OD file. Measra. A. B. Wright 
and J. 11. McAlvin, having declined a re 
election, it waa voleil.that tbe ibaiks of 
the Association be tendered Ihe rfliring 
President and Secretary for the faithful 
and acceptable manner in which they bad 
discharged tbeir duties for Ibe past three 
yeara. The following officera weie then 
elected :— * 

I'reaident, Benjamin F. Butler; Vice 
Pre.idents, Edward F. Kberman, John 
F. Kiiiiball ; Secretary and Treasurer, Al- 
bert W. Burnbam ; liaecuiive toaiinittee 
to conduct the Levee of 1SG6, George W. 
Bedlow, John N. Feirce. Jr., Cbarlea H. 
Cjburn, Horatio IL Fletcher, Charles W. 
Eaton. ' : • . 

The Bu*j.>ct matter of a Chronicler of 
the Aaaoriation, waa referred to Mesara 
J. F Kimball and J. F. McEvoy, with 
power to expend a »um not exceeiliog fif- 
ty dollara. 

MUTTOM WANTto. Latt evening, some 
ftOraon or (Ksraona unknown, being deair- 
ouato poaeeaa ihemaelvea of aleg or two 
of mutton, and not having Ibe greenbacliB 
t) purchaae it, conceived tbe idea of 
breaking into the provision atore at tbe 


Tub 8DN0AT Magazinb. We have re* 
eeived theyanaary number of tbia publi- 
cation, and can give no better idea of its 
abaraCtar tbaa by qootiag tfao arttelee Ht 


corner of Etat Merrimack and High 

etreeta, and suppl}irg tbeir necessities. — i Lo<«» fGO.OoO j insured $25,000. 


umeratod in tbe table of oootentt, m» ful- 
Iowa :— Aooala of a Quiet Neigbbdrhood ; 
Our Father's Busiaeas, or Methods lo do 
Good; King David as tbe Prophet of 
Christ ; WbrD our Children are about oa ; 
Tne three boya; Spoken from a City Pul- 
pit on an Afternoon at Home ; Tbe Bit- 
ter ami the Sweet ; Here and there in tbe 
Eaat ; Two ^eatival Addresses ; A Funer- 
al ; Tbe Paator'a Widow ; In the Lite of 
our Lord — Ibo Calling to the Apoatoiate ; 
A Morning in a Sallor'a Chapgi ; Tbe Book 
of Memory ; Paalmt ; A House that beata 
the Public House. 

Tbia work may be obtained at tbe book- 
atore of D. C. Sargeant, City GoTeroment 
Building. 

FiRts. • Wednei-day mofDMig, a Mr 
atory'%uilJing, on Getty sq<jare, in Yonk- 
ers, N. Y , containing llio postoffice, ibo 
Nattoaal Guard's armory and a newapaper 
office, was entirely destroyed by fire. Lose 
t5,000; ioBured for 516.60O. 

A fire, on Tueadi^ night, at f.^ckport, 
Y. Deatroyed the block of buildings in 
wtiich the ofDce of the Weaiern Union 
Telegraph Company waa aituated. 

A large brick building on Willow Street, 
Uabokeh, waa destroyed by fire Wednesday 
and two chil'dFen burned to death. Tbey 
were left alone by tbeir mother, and Ibeir 
clothes look fire from a stove. 

On Wednesday last tbe woolen fac* 
t'lry of K. Gardner & Co., of Jancavilie,' 
Mirh., waa entirely destroyed by fire. — 


WOTIOB. 


liit Mr. Edwin Lorejoy, who resides in 
the bouse over the alore, aa ba was retir- 
ing to rest, heard the noiie of the break- 
ing glass at tbe window, and immediately 
started out. Tbe rogue or rogues fl-d, 
nitkingatonce for Fayette Mreet, and 
aucceeded in getting out of Ihe way, leav 


A fire io Kacine, Wis, yesterday after- 
noon, destroyed Ibe Uacine House, Tltua' 
Block, tbe telegraph oBiee, tbe Episcopal 
Cburuh, ail or eight storea and other 
property. Lose f loO.OOO. 


ciia 


A<« frrvmrdlr. tliwrns wtv Wrrn la HE P 


Tickets SO eenU. 
Jaia 


Keocrvad ^caU SO ceuU. 


dtt 


M«WMmvwC|<p|%J|f SAKS* mometers io various pa/tsof Ihe city atood 

from 2 to 4 below aero. We have had 
; little impravement during tbe forenoon, 
the mercury being about at zero late thi* 
forenoon. Good fires, overcoats and fura 
are io demand to-day, aud probably will 
bo more ao lo-oigbt. 


ing behind them a badly broken winilow! A recent newspaper in Paria (La Preste) 
aod all their eipected {.lander untouched,' P«hli'b^a the following :— " Boiton poa" 

I aeasea an eccentric inJividual affected w>th 

Cold wkathek. Since yesterday morn- j , n,,n,4 „^i |„, whimsical than innocent. 
iog it baa grown cold rapidly. Ttiia morn- j j^^ profeasea a atrange pasiioq for watch- 
ing at Bunriae the mercury in the ther- ^g^ a„a ,p,nds everything which be poa- 


Franklin Coal, 

FEOM LYKKITS VALLKV. 
A cargo of thia celebrated COW. Juat received 
and for «U by W. K. LI VI X<1HT« >S 

novMdlf Mo. V I horiidike atr eet. 

A BALM rOK KVKKI mVJi» 

— DB. BIRmmGHAm, 

NATIVE INDIAN FHYSIcrAN, 

•fllca, SI CanaktUga Street, aaaU*. 

(ooaaaa oe ewaaBvaa araaBT.) 

HOIiDATS>TnsaDATn AMD WEDNK8DATS.<.«ik 

a A. M. to « r. M. 

Store epea rroaa • A. M. toS P II. 

BaaailaaUoBa aaana. from a to « P. M- THITB» 
DAT. miDAT end BATUmDAY. wbeo ha ai-y bt 
toaud at bia reeldenoe wn Tanner HuoeU iuoctloa o' 
Arar'a New City oik* Lowell Uallrood. Lowell. 

joun. »»aa. <^ '»"<«*' 


KBtUi^erN Kitract Backi 

, Corea Kidney IMaeaae. 

SKOLANDER'S EXTBACl' BUCKU 

• Curoa Rheumattam. 
SMOLAWDERH KXTRACP BUCKU 

Curea Urinary IHacaaea. 
8MOLANDEK'8 KXTRACl' BUCKU 

Ourea Oravel. 

•MOLANDER'S KXTRACT BUCKU 

Curea Huleturea. 

The BEST Fluid Ki tract BlTCKtT now before 
tha public, la MMOLANhEU'H. *''>r »ll i}»r»»i- 
above, and for WKAKNKHS and I'AINrt IN I HL 
BACK, KKMALK ClIMfL AINT8. and dl«>r. era, 
arlaing from KXCKCHK.ri <»K AN^ KIND, Ilia 
perfectly INVAI.UAUI.K. Kor aale bv all Apjilh 
>earlea everywhere. I'KKK O.NE DOLLAK.— 
THV ITI TAKE ItO OTHKIl. 

BtiBLKlflN k Rooeaa. Wholeaale DrugglaU, aa 
Hanover atreet. Boaton, Oeneral Aganla. 

January 1. 18a«. i*nU fly 

J. H. UILMAR. M. D., 

PHYSICIAN AKD SDRGEON, 

arowa Hooaa. eor. llerrima^ and Kirk trrrim, 
IJ bOWKLL. SIABS. dlf 


Competitioa and Imitators Out- 
done 

By the Gigantic and Famooa 
DUl'KKZ & BENEUiCj'S 

)insTKKLSAKUBaiSSBA!VD, 

Juat returning from a 
BRILLIA.M AMU attlEfcarUL TOCB. 

Through the 

Canadas and tho Great West. 

I'OSITIVELV OSK MpUT OXLV, 

MONDAY, JAN. %ih, 

Introducing 8B entirely now and attractive Pro- 
gramme. 
Kteventh Annual Tour of Ihe O rent ttenaatioii 
forua of Ktlil..lil«n Artiala, llie l-:idlt.i{ Model 
rroiiiM; of the W orld. Th.' larKCl »nd 1.101.I cm 
piele orK;inlz«tlon In exUteiicc, the roanll of elev- 
en yeara expirlence. r»tronl«td by tiie faabion 
and elite of the entire Coi.llnent. 

Door. o|..n at « 3 4— commence at T 3 4 o clock. 

Adiulasiou 3i ct-i'l". . „.._ ., 

fllAS. H. UUl'REZ. Manager. 

HAwrri. l*o?in, I . „,. . ,j.. 

C11.V.. Si^ ocCM.^ \ ^"^"^- • -»»"^''** 

LoweH y ive cent Savings Bank. 

'IHKannnal mcctlne of the Corporation of the 
I Ixjwell KlveCenfSavltiKa Hank will be held 
at the IVeacotl National Hank, on MONDAY, Jan- 
uary SlIi, ItMO, at 10 o'clock, A. M. 

' A. S. TYLER, i^vr'y. 
\^wc\\, Janui^ry 4th, IW. Jan4d3t 


lioRseKti.Lcn. Yeaterday noon, a horse 
beluaging to 1> G. Lea\itt, stable keeper, 
. brokt from a carriage on MiddleKCx Street 
I and ruabed down to Central Street. When 
{ oppoaite the First Univeraalist Church. 
I the animal fell and broke one of its fore 
j legs. The accident apoiiiog bim for bse, 
Leavitt baiT to kill bim. 


aessea to iocreaae bia collection, which 
already nombera aeveral hundred speci- 
mens, all ditferent fr'>m earth other. I'here 
are among them all the models known ami 
unknown front the onion and warminjpan 
of our forefatbera, to tbe micrascopTc jew- 
el worthy ot Ihe finest ca«ket. Sjme are 
of great intriniicor artistic valot). Ther« 
is one which strikes wit.h a lou J noise tbe 
hours; another, the balvea and quarters ; 
another ring* like a b::ll, and a fourth 
mikes appear upon its facts the twelve 
apostles in auccetaive order. AH have a 
key, chain, and seal, assorted io a peculiar 
style. Every morning the happy proprie- 
|ir of these Ihtle lUAchinea winda them all 
with the regalarity of a chronometer and 
paaaea the whole day in observing and 


I^ O V K J Y ♦ S 

l/OfVELL & BQSTUX EXPRESS, 


••aaaaeaa* 


ommmamamamaa**** 




fa .00 

. 41*) 
, S.IIO 
. 4.01) 
,. 500- 
. 2.01 
16.00 

. e.uo 

uke 


wu V »■■ " 1 On and alter .lantiary lat. IMd, wll 
t32£t^^fi» leave Merrimack atreet Depot oiBce a 
7 A.M., and214P. M. 

I.eave Buatun ofjlce (II Court Pqnarc, comer 
Court Avenue^ nt fl 3.J A. M., and 2 <»t I*. M. 

»#- No1<-«. I>rafi". nilU. etc , i-nllertcd, and all 
Exprcaa buaineaa promptly attended to. 

January 1, 1M«. ji»ilJlf 

ist. Anne's Schooll 

I'HK Winter Term of Ihla Pchool will begjn on 
MONDAY, January »th, and cuuUuue twelve 
weeka. 

— TCITlOa— 

Enallah Tlranchea .-.^ 

l.Min. French, OermanJ luHan, (each).. 
|>rnwlti|r. ..,...........•••••"••••••••••' 

Water ( 'olora ....,...•• 

Oil raintlnx 

Omamenul Needlework 

Langui^a wltlioat tbe Kngilah (each), 

Pupil" not connected with tlie Scliool. can 
the eatraatudlca at the laat named price. 

Application for further parlli-nlura jind for tho 
odmla-lonof pu ila, maybe made at Mr. B.C. 
H \|{«;i: VN rs Bo<)kaU>re, Merrimack Ptreet. 

Lowell, Jan. 2, aea. lanJdlw^ 

LIFE INSURANCE! 

To an Intelligent, encreelic. rcaponalldc man, al- 
ready acquainted wllh the buaineaa, or wtio can 
readnH- lenrn how to conduct It, an Atitarv will 
be riven In work thr lerrilorv of Middlcaei Coun- 
ty lor Ihe NKW KNOI.AND MUTIJ.AL LIKK IN- 
htUANCK t;OMf«NY. of UoaTUN, th« oUlr$l »a- 
glitutwn or the Limt in thit country. • 

A C'leriryman, or Teacher, who ia obliged lo 
leave hia prof.-iaion for a more active mode ol life: 
or a competent biiaiiieiia man, whoae aervlcea do 
not brWn him a large pecuniary return, nreaent or 
proapectlvc. would Itnd ll dc-cldoilly for hia advan- 
toae 10 receive the appointment. 

No one will be coii>i<l«red aultable for the pnal- 
tlo'n but a man of ability and force, who can fur- 
nUb the bei-t refereiicea. Apply, by letter, to 
JOHN J. fUTNAtt, <»cii I Agent, 

2i7 Main alrcet, Worcealer, Maaa. 

Jan. 2. IWl. sp Jiin2d3iawtf 

raMIKcop.rtner.ldp of HARTSHORN, HALL* 
1 WOUDb la thia day jliaaolved. by muliml con- 
aeut. 


lOirae be never aucceeJs, and of all men 
ID nos.'oo be knows the least exact hour 
of the dav." 


I Gkn. Howard TO THIT Lowell. M«j. 

I Gen. Howard, tbe "Havelock of America," 

I aa he baa not inaptly been called, will viait reg ilaling them, each one by tbe others. 
Lowell on the 13ib of neit ibontb, aod will , Tti<tt U ao abiAli occupation, for it is no 
lecture in Huntington Hail. The subject ! more easy to make tao watches a^ree than 
of hia leclurc ia "'i*be Freedman." Hun- ' two women, and how muoh more difHculi 
dreds of our citigena will desire both to it it to make aeveral b indred agree ! Ol 
see and bear thrs noble officer, — tbia hero 
of ••'ibe Empty Sleeve." 

The Slave Troupe of minstrels make 
their firs appearance io this city this eve- 
ning. Their programme is a good one. 
and the novelty of the entertainm<>nt will 
alone attract many. We hope they may 
have ib good audience. 

TniRTY-ONE years ago yesterday and 
to-day were very cold daya. January 4ib, 
li^3i3, tbo mercury in Ihe Ihemometers, in 
the Tremunt and Lawrence yards, alood 
from 24 to 29 degrees below grro, at day- 
light. On fhe following day it was 22 de- 
grirs. We have no evidence that it haa 
been as eold in this city on any day since. 


KDWAUD IIAUTSHOU^r, 
AI.HKltT M. H ALL. 
CHARLUS U. WOOO9. 


4RRTAOBn. 


■.'•7 


In thia city. ian.3d. I.y R*v. J. Oftimel IVck. 
Oe«rgo F. Moody lo Itebecca A. Trout, both of 

Jan 4th, by J. B. Drew. Amaaa Trait to Jennie 
K.. daughter of .loacph Cater. K«.). [Nocarda.) 

In Woona.icket. R. I., Dee. Slat, by lUv. John 
D. Swi-et. N. C. MeOuc to Helen M. Mcrrell, both 
of Woouaocket. 


-^ APPIaWroir COMPART. 

XTOTICE ta hereby given, that the Caplul Stnck 
J^ of the AppleUin (?oinpnny, iiald in, ia .'^Ix 
Hundred Thnuaand l-ollara; and tlint the amount 
of eilating dabla on the thirtieth dav of November 
laat, waa Nineteen Thouaond Five Hundrod Nine 
tv-Elabl Dollara aud ninety four cenia. 
' . . JOHN A. Ht'kNHAM. 

Trraldent and Director. 
ARTHUR L. DKVKXH. 
Tr«-aanrer and Director. 

SAMI. BATCHKUHCR, | i>|,,rtora 
WM. B. BACON. {Diractora. 

Boaton, December Wlh, ISAt. d22<l,28thjaa» 


8I.> D«, Sleda, Bleda, nieda, Sleda, 8leda,Rleda 
Sleda, Sleda, Hlads, Sleda. HIeda. Kleda, for 
aolaat KNOWIJCH IIK«>H', 

loiiA 114 Merrimack at. 

ONp B M OIIE! 

1 have lo offrrto the publie a 

LAHOM SKLMCTIOy 

RICH GlPi* BOOKS 

roacHAsrv FOR NBW TKAR*a airra. 

Call aod examiae theaa. 

F. P. €X»«-M**n4l.»H 

Beekaeller an4 StaUoner, 
U Marrfaseak fitaeal. 


The hnalneaa will be continued under Ihe Arm 
name of HALL » WOODH, we having formed a 
coparlnerahip for that purpoae. All persona in- 
debted lo the old flrtn are rcqueati'd to make im- 
medlaU- payment to ua. Grateful for the Hhcral 
palronaifc itivcn the former Arm, we reapectfully 
•oilcH a eonliuuonce of It. „ . , , 

ALBERT B. HALL 

Jan2tf 


Police Coi'rt. This forenoon, Patrick 
fliggina and Michael Shalion were each 
fioeil S5 and costs for drunkennesa. 


■ GicORGiAN loyalty, a letter from Sa- 
vannah saya, in respect to the loyal feeling 

. ... , of the Georgians : 

Patrick Berrien charged with an assault 1 . ,, • •' u > ..i....i 1 ...r.i. 
" r^ '• Georgia is about as loyal as any of tbe 


upon Ann Shanley was found not guilty. 
Peter Duvell waa found guilty of. keep 
ing a liquor nuisance and sentenced to 
lail for three months. Appealed aod or 
tiered lo tbe Supreme Coortr^- — - — — 


CUAJtLK S K. WOODS. 


Haitrrf, iMmrdialcly, 

ONE HtNDRKD THOlIflAND SHUTTLE 
ltl,0<.;K8. 2i%IK)il for carpet ahiitt lea, U be 
cut rt Incliea long by 2 1 4x2 3 4 lnclua.at IS ceota; 
2U,OOl for broad abuUlea, 1« Inchca by 2x2 I 4 inch- 
es at a cenla ; W),00t) for cotton ahuttlea. I« inchea 
by 2x2 Inchea, af 5 cenU. The anme muat be of 
apple tree, alralirht grained and free from kiKrta 
and ahakea. Ijtrae or email lota received at our 
ahnp ill A. I . llrooka' building, Duttoti Street. 
Loga, or TIank U or 21 4 lualiei, Uken at fair 

""Anadvancofrom the above ratca will be paid for 
aeaaoned timber. For further P*rtlcul8r« call or 
i^4reaa C«»HURN k HARDY. 

Lowell, Maaa, Dee. 87, 1»«*. dec2«dltf 


• ■> H sr nnderafened having formed a copartner 
■ ahlpundirthe atyle ot Davia A Klorer. will 
eoatlnue l»i# lumber buaineaa and manufacture 
of boxea aa auccaaaora lo Otia AlUm, No. 2X8 Mld- 
dleaea Hireet. dTKTIIKN C. DAVM 

lanldtw NKWMAN W. HTORER. 


OYSTERS. 


^ 


daeU 


LTNW HA VEX OTBTER8 recelv 
ed weekly from Norfolk, Va., and aold 
Id any quantity by 

B. D. BILLIW08, 


loa Central atf 


BUN AWAY, 


Women.yonng 
I TEA RPORE; 

„.. _, pure Ota Java Oofllaa aad 

PLENTY MORE LBfT. 


ntTRINO the Holldaya. tfen and 
and old, to Iha M KRRIM ACK 
to Hurchaao choice Tea, pure OlSl J 
pufwSgioea. PLENTY MORE LI 

-% Bo. 3 Merrlmaok Bouse, 

■^ OppaeltalhalloOomeat.^j^ _. • 

^g|Mtr "^ $. A. iacaAMs>abit,t»e9. 


Akmy AND Navy Umiun. Members of 
the Army and Navy Union »&oulu not for- 
get tbeir meeting lo night. 

Thk DgACuy fcbtival. There was a 
good attendance, including about aeveniy- 
fivo ladies and gentlemen from Lowell, at 
the feetiAl held al the church near Dracui 
Navy Yard, laat eveninjf. Tho music waa 
rxcelloot, eapecially by the Lowell Glee 
Club. An abundance of proviniona wa^ 
aervod by the fair daiighleri of Dracut, 
gnd the other entertainments were very 
pleasant anil satislaelory. Remarks were 
made by Rev. Mr. Watts, pastor of the 
j church, where tbe festival was held, Rev. 
Mr. Hackua, and J. J'. Judkins, Esq., of 
this city. At the deaireof many tbe festi- 
val will be repested thia evening, and we 
learn the same arrangementa <as last eve- 
ning will be continued for conveying peo 
pie from thia city to the Navy Yard. 

Conamt has an auetion aale of horses, 
earriagea, &c., in front of hia stable, N( . 
170 Central Street, Saturday forenoon, 
6th ioat., at 10 o'etoe^. 

Notice. Rnarding mistress wanted, to 
take and furnish eight ronma, and accom- 
modate frnm 12 10 Iti boardera from a fac- 
tory at Whipple'a Milla, in thia city. Ap- 
plication to be made at Faulkner'a Mill. 

Iwjanl 

PgRSONAL. Mr. George F. Spauldiog 
has been admitted as a partner in the firm 
of Worthingtsn, Flandera & Co., publlsb- 
ors of Ibe Botlon Iraveller. Tbe oiany 
frienda of Mr. Spauldiog io this vieioily 
will be pleased to learn of bis promotion. 

Fenian CosoaEas. Tba Fenlao Con- 
greaa organiied, Wednesday,in Near T^rk, 
with Patrick Corbett of Byraeoao, •• per- 
manent (Chairman. It la almost eertaio 
titat the Congress will decide in favor of 
O'MahcDy, bat It is doohilul whether Iho 
porann dsoidet} agslBaf;, Vflll, abN.iit|||f . tbs , 


dee^ott: 


Edwin Boitii app<fared last Wednes- 
day ni^ht at tbo Winter Gardes, New 
York, in thn character of Hamlet. His 
recepiioa waa a perfect oration, ahowning 
thit the public bear no. malice against him 
on account of the fearful crime of a broth- 
er. The New York Herald was grosnoJ 
and bis«ed because It had recently reen 
proper to attack Mr. Boolb. Tbe latter 
it will be recollected was performiug in 
Boston when the great National tragedy 
took place and at once cloaed bts engage 
ment, altbotr^b there never waa a breath ol 
suspicion against I im. 


Southern Statea — in all of the n it is a 
matter of pure expediency. }ler people, 
animated with a passionate aeciioual feel- 
in;;, are willing to go all lengths to enjoy 
tbe bicaainga fliwing from peace. Ihey 
do not love the Union, and it would be 
ab^urd to expect it from Ihem. It ia not 
human nature. They are simply governed 
hy aelf interest, that greatest of human 
motives. Allow Ibem lo pursue it and it 

will germinate into patriotism. 


State Constable's report. Colonel 
King stales tbe number of liquor dealers 
in the Sta^e, aa reported to bim, to be 
5523; the nuait)er of proaecniinns had 
been lG'/6 ; number con viated, 1404 ; ooin- 
her of iailures to convict, 86 ; amount ol 
fines impoaed. (not inclu-ling costs,) $178,- 
962. Of the persons reported as common 
sellers, 1812 btve given up the business. 

'I he number of dealers in fbe several 
counties ia aa follows; Kuflblk 1903; Ea- 
aex 619; Middleaex, 1068; Worcea'er, 
392 ; Hampabi'O, 74 ; Hampden, 348 ; 
Franklin. 63; B>rkahire, 243; Norfolk, 
317 ; Bristol, 3*1 j Plvmoili, 95; Bam. 
aiable, 50 ; Dukea and Nantucket, none. 

TitK FOiHT EXACTLY. The Richmnnd 
Examiner aaks the JVeig York Tribune 
to define what consiitutes a hyal press. 
And tho T>t6Mne replies aa follows : — "A 
thoroughly loyal American journal, then 
in file view of the rn7>ita*, ia one whioh 
holds that, in the pending reconstruction 
nr restoration of the Sjuthern States, 
(7* that porlfivn of their people who 
were for the Union in our late straggle 
ahall be accorded at least equal rights 
and privilegea with the portion who were 
against it, and fought for ita overthrow 
and dealruction." 


Time, as estimated vnoer EXctTi»- 
ment. Rev. Dr. Bellows, in a discourse, 
recently, related a crnveraation he had a 
day or two hef(>re, witb a friend from Cal- 
ifornia, atrikingly illustraiir4|g how errooe- 
oos ia Ibe noting of durstion under tbe in- 
fluence of strong sensation or iolenae feel- 
ing, and how long, sosetimea, may aeem 
tha oonlinu%nce of ao instantaneous in> 
cidont. The Doctor's friend spoke of tbe 
reeeot earlhquske in San Francisco, and 
Ihe peculiarity of tbe awlal emotion it 
oauaed. Ha said that after tba aoook waa 
over a Udy waa asked bow long it cootio- 
oed ; abe replied, about thirty minutea. 
To Ibe aaase question, anothor party ans- 
wered, aboft eight mioutea. Tho troth 
^m, it Isaistt oal/ thirty ssooatbl. ,^ 

. V 



Ix>wr.M.. Jan. tat. 19e«. 

MR. EDWAlfD R. TAI.ItOT and Mr. JU 
MAN TALUOT »re a.lniilUfd aa partaara in 
our fljm ffum OOwUir l»t, ■■'I'J. 'J'"-" ••>''• "' '^^ 
Arm will eontlnaa aa lieretofore. 

C. P. TALBOT a CO. 
C. P. TALBOT, 
TIIOH. TAI.KOT, 
K. R. TALIWJT. 
JULIAN TALBOT. ImJanJ 


FOR MliK roil $1200, 

IX FRANrKs rowx, N. e., 

A good two alury Iluuao, with a Rtable 
attached, and more than hnlf an acre of 
^laiK V'""' ''""'• •llUKU'd within lUty roda of a 
^JUJlsii (tore, |H>al ofll<H-, a<'h(><il-liou»t', academy 
and church. It ban been buMl about twelve year*. 
coiilaihB thirtieii Hfiialiol room*, ami ta In good 
repair. There ia alaoon llie li>l u aliop niiiablefor 
a tailor or ahoamaker. ll furnlahea a rare uppor 
tuiiily for a'ly ""* *''»hiiig lo tnke bujti-dera, or ed 
ucale a fuiuily. Kor parllculara inuuire of tbe 
aubacriber. (MIAUUi CtTLKK. 

Fraiiccatown, N. U., Jan. I IbO*. Jauld3w1T 

_ f — — 

nOTjLCB TO THB PUBLIC. 

In tbe year 1S4<J, the writer emTiArkedla tKe 
Drug lluaiiieaa in Hi» city of Philadelphia, and 
white thua engaged, n4i»de aeveral experiinenla in 
r<-i{:ir<l U> the luuat duairuUn modi: uf prcp»rlng 
Klulil Kxlraeta. My cITorta bfina auccemful— tho 
artlrlcH being approrol and uael by the Medical 
Kneully — I waa dealcoiia of placing tnem before the 

fiulilic, but hcailalud foraoine lime before coiiclud- 
rig to rcKort to ncwap.iperHdvertialng. knowing i>f 
the priju.jjii-ea th.it exintcd in the mllida of many 
ng.ilnat uaiiiK iwlverlUed .\fttHcinn ur .\'<>iitru)nt, 
bul tliroiiith the advice of frienda and thoae wlio 
had uaed them, thia ol>|e< lion wna overcome. 

Alter 18 yearn' eiuriloiia, commencing iuaamall 
way, Ihi; po|iulurity of my artielea hiia extended lo 
ail p.irla of the HHltcd Stulei', and widely through- 
out Foreign countrlca — nn<l tlila in the face of much 
oppoaitlon. Kvery meann baa been reaorted to by 
uii|irincipled dealera aincc their merit ftnil aucccaa 
hiivc been known— am-b aa adverllaing iarifer hot- 
tlcK ut leaa price, cenaurlne »U other prcparatlona, 
i\iid eve;i copyi"K my a<l»ertlacment» — but I am 
hnppy to alatc that out of the many who hava ra- 
aorlvd to thia, none have liceti aucceaaful. 

MV OBJECT 
In thia notice la to make facta known to the public 
aud rea|>ect:tble dealera, belluvlne, after ao many 
yeara' ezeriiona, thai the Druggiita will diacouii- 
tetianceauch procevdinKa, and that the reputalioB 
of my Hrticlva may not be damaged by llie uae of 
inferior or npnrioui oiiea. 

Knowing lliat many may read tbia article ^whe 
are unacquainted with me,I ajipe.nd a few remarks 
from ihaae of my native city, nud whoao namea are 
known In all pana ol the worlds 

" Bein« perxonally aequalnted with Mr. II. T. 
Ileliiibold. it afloriU roe plinnure in ataline I )iav« 
been moat tax oruhly linpreaaed with hia energy 
aud intCjU'ity, aud gratitU-d »t hia aii'-ceaa." 
WM. WKIOUTMAjr, 
yirm of I'owF.KH tt \Vr.i<;tiTMAW, 
Klnth and Brown rttreeU, I'biladelphla, 

[Ereniiig BuHetin, Philadelphia.] 
" When on a viait to the city of New York fe few 
daya ainre, I waa induced to call on our old friend 
and lown^roan. Mr. II. T. llelmbold, liruKgial, 6»t 
Broadmav, .V. Y. Ilia aiara ia a .Moth I— a perfect 
«em— the liandaomeat of any kind we have evor 
hii<l thi- pleii«urc of viewing, and ao extenalve, ba- 
iiiir 31 fift front, live atorlea In height, and over 
210 f.-ct deep, ll indeed allorda u« much pleaauno ^ 
to know tint he haa been ao aHeeeaefiii, and ll ia , 
ample evi.lence of the meriU of hia iirliclea— aa in ] 
our whole buKineaa ejtpcrletice we have not known 1 
of Ibi- aucci-aa of any iinlclea witliout ,t/<Ti— ad- 
vcrtialng meruiy brli^fiug Ibu name bvfure Uita 
public." 

[floafrwi Jlerald.] 
" We do not like to adverllae worthleaa warea.or 
artk'lea calrulate.l to .teccive our rcadi-m ; and 
when we aee an advertiaer like Mr. Iielml>old, 
whom we h:«ve known fo' yeara, gradually ex^U'iid 
hia adveitlaing from year to year until he bccomoa 
tbe lartr<'»t »dv«ili«er in tlie United .-^t.-itea, we are 
aaiiattod that the (i.ttem^U in regarUlobia arti 
clia must Oe currtiL"' ^ 

The writer relucLinily inaerta the above, and 
would not do ao were ho not a atranirer to many; 
and concludea by atatInK the nnini a of lii» artiilea, 
an<l the dlKcaaea for which Ihey hive been uaed by 
many tbuuaauJa wilb complele aucccaa. 

[advebtirejiejit.] 

Helmbold's ICxtract of Bnchu 

win cure .ill dlaennea of Ihe Kilncya and Uladdcr. 
I'ure* I'iiin or \\"iakne»« in tin- Itrt-k, .Strlcti.rea, 
etc. ;.« 'urea Weak .S'l-rvea, Luaauf Memorj, Trem- 
bling;, DimneAH of Vioi'.iii. 

FLlirn EXTRACT OF 
BL'CIIU. ■ •• ■• 

is a pore fluid extract, not a weak tea or Infbaton. 
la llie uiie lliiiiK iiecdful fur all comtiUinU incldeut 
to Kiinali-a. Kor particular* nenil for Circular. 

HELMUOLU'S FLUID KXTRACT BU- 

cnrea Geavel and Propalcal Pwelllnga extatinr In 
Men, Women, or Clilldreii; in fuel, AM. lU.H- 
K.\Si:!^ reqnirinjf the »!J of a lHurelic. Itia the 
grealert Toni'- and Hill relic known — perfectly aale, 
pleaKaiit iu taatv and odor, aod imutediiite IB ita 
acliuii. 

nKLMnoLn'3 
Fluid Extract of Sarsaparillaf 

IIlOJILV CONCCSraATED. 

One bottle ptiiilealetit In atrcngtb to one gallon of 
the f*yriip ot Iteoaetiun. 

It rcicliea the aeal of thi- d"aen«e immediately, 
expelling all IILMOKS OK THE ULOUU. and 

B:«AITIKYI.\<» THE COMPLE.XIOSJ " 

Theae artli-lea, bclnif nf ancb alreneth, thp dnaa 
la exceedingly amall. Kroin thia fiK't, it la uaed in 
the Tniled rotates .\riny IIo»pitaU and public 8au 
ilary Inalltutiona thruuKhout ihu laud. 

l^f 5^old by all Uruicgiata evoeywherc. 

•,» Aak for HelmbolJ'a. Tako no other. 

•,»<'ut out the Bdvurtlaemu:it and send or It, 
apd by till* inuiiua avoid CuuiiUT ell. 

bepl. 4, ISOi. aeplidauwlcow; 


BA^LBOADBATIONAIaBAllK.i AUCTION SALES. 


'I'lIK Annual Meetlngcf the Htockholdcra of the 
I llallrond Niitlonal Hank of l.owell, for the 
election of I>irecU»ra and tba traiiaacilon of any 
other boaliieaathnt may propirly con.c tiifore tha 
meeting. wtt^kehvU at iWr iUakUm UiOnaS lUi 
TCEHDAY, the ulntH day Of January Ma»:al S 
o'eiock, A. tr. . "J. K. BOOBIW.Caabier. 
►Lowell, Dec. 9, I MS. ■ declMtJaii'.* 

iTb HK Second Anaiial MeeUng of tha Slockbold 
I era of the Merchanta National Rank of I.ow- 
ell, for Ibe choice of DIrectwa and for the tranaac- 
tloii of any buaineaa that tnay legally come before 
th.m. will beheld at their llaiiking Rooma on 
'riKHUAY, the 0th day of January next, at 10 
o'clock, A. M. 

I'er order of tbe DIrectora. 

J. N. I'KIIICE, Jn . Caahler. 
Lowell, Ih.'c. »lh, 1«6J. dec«dl Jau» 

The Wamesit Nntlonal Bank of 
Lowail. 

THE f tockholdcra of thia Inatitutlon will meet 
for the Iraiiaacllon of their annual and any 
otht-r buaineaa that may come before them, at their 
Hanking ICooma, on fi.ESDA Y, the 1ISth|dayuf 
January next, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. 

J. H. BUITRICK, Caahler. 
December 14, 1 Mi. decl«tjanl« 


Refreshment Saloon. 

TIIK aubacriber having taken the Saloon Bio. 
130 MKRMIMA.CK oTilSi!.T. la now 
prepared and Intviida to keep a . _^ 

Firat-Claaa DINIKU HALOOff. 

I have two good COOKrJ, and mean to hare tho 
ItKST of everything the market aiforda conalaolly 
on hand. 

Cold COKNED BEEK and U.\M, FTRUCnOW- 
DKR on Kridaya and CLAM CUOWDER on Sat- 
urday*, in aca'on for dinner' 

Alio— COXFECnOXERY, FRUIT, CAKES, 
OYHTER8, ect. 

N. B.— No LIQUORS aold In thi* eetahliihment. 
^ O. W. LVO.\LLa.H 

Lowell, Dec. 22d, lS6i. dec22U t^ni 


Pure Cream Tartar 

lOB aale by C. P. TALBOT A CO. 
juci ' Market Street. 


INDUOEMKNTS 

To Visit our Popular Dining 

Booms. 

Thtiy are centrally located. 
They are quiet, airy, always neat. 
The be»t of food well aerved. 
Attentive waiter* and moderate prieea. 
A aeparale apartment for LCdiua with nice 
Dressing Uuoiu uttocbed. 

C. D. fc I. II. PRESHO, 

rBOPIUETORS 

CITY H4LL Ili.M^G ROOHS, 

10, 13 a 14 City HaU Aveaae, 

dec29 BOSTON. dtf 


HELMBOLD'S 


American and Foreign 


K. II. £:DD¥, 


r 


SOLICITOR OF PA TENTS. 

Lot* Agent of V. S. Pati^t Office, Wathitwtof 

(under the Act of 1837. ) 
70 State Street, opposite Kilby 8tre«lt 

BOSl'ON. 

AFTP.R an extenaive praeilee of upwarit of 
twentv yeara, continuea to aecnre Patent* 
in the Lnitcd Statea; alao in Great Britain, 
France, and other foreign countrica, Caveata, 
Specificationa Bond* Aiaignmenta, and all 
Papera or Urawiitg^ f^r Patcnta. exeouted on 
reaaona' le term .and with dispatch. Reararch- 
e« mxde into American and Ffweign wbrka, to 
determine tht validity ai.d utilit of Patent* or 
InvenHon , and legal and other adviee render- 
ed in all maitera touching the same. Copiea 
of the claim* of ary Patent fumiabed, hy re- 
n^itlino One Dollar. A«s'!giiincnta recorded in 
Waahington. 

So .iginry in the United Stotti pouttte* «4- 
perior ftriliiiei /or obtitintng Patentt, or atcer- 
taining the patrnl bi.ily of inicntiont. 

During eltiht mun'bi, the aubaerihef, in 
eourseaif his large practice, made on fietee re- 
jected applicationo, aixraniv arraAta; etr- 
rT on a of which was decided in hit favot by 
the Cummiasioner of Patenta. 


Ounriian's Sale of Heal Fstate. 

fB^UE undcraiened, OuarJIan of Cliarlca E. .Si- 
i ncr, now of Lawrence, In our County of Ea- 
aex, ft minor, by virtue of a ltrcn»e and authority 
granted by tbe Judgs "f the I'robale Court within 
and for the C'oii|>rf of. Mid.ileaex, wlU aell at Pub- 
lic Auclioiij/gn eaid minor'* interest (llie aame be- 
ing one ujrtflvidrd t'lirtieth part) in the lol of land 
and hotfdinga Harem atanding, shnated at the 
corner of Suffolk and Merrlm.ick atrei-ta, on tho 
aoutherly aide of Merrimack street and westerly 
aide bf Suffolk atreet, hounded, commencing at a 
point 75 feet weaterly from the centre of Weatern 
Canal ; Hieiue on rtuifulk atreet 94 1 2 feet; Uhuico 
at riirht anglea 40 feet; thence at right angle* 
941 2 feel to Merrimack atreet; thence on Merri 
mack atreet 40 feet lo point begiun at. Said aale to 
be upon aald premiye* on the Wlh day of Janoary, 

188'., at 2 o'clock, P. M. 

JAVE3 B. SIXER. 
Lowell, Dec. M, 18«15. dcciTd3w 

Groat Chance to Make Money. 

PEftf?(>SS wanted, of either sex. In every city, 
town and village of Maasnchuaelta, for the 
aale nf tbe m«gnl6cetit work of 'art, "Our Oruat 
Authors." coMtaininB full lenirth portraits of thb 
roost eminent writers. K.xclualve rluht. to compe- 
tent parties. Smart ArvoU can clear $20 per day. 
Si nd "lamp for circular, or call on A. S. PEA- 
BODY, 67 CornhUI, Boston. nov27d3m 


FOR SALE, 

On VTcHtford street, 120() feet of land and 

•"•.dr cottajfc houae (No. 1) thereon. conUintng 

Rre room* and Iiawemenl fitted and now o|>ened as 

amarket. Price $1,000. luiiulrc of the *ub»cril.er 

on till- premises. C KE.\D. 

Liovcll.Xov 2ith, lg«5. . nov2 idtfm11 

Diaries for 1866. 

A fRKSn supply .in at received and for aale at 
leas than pub'lis'htra' prices, at 
dcc'O ' HAROKANT'd Bookatora. 


White Lead. 


Atlantic White Lead 
and Linseed Oil Co., 

of New Vorkr 
Man-afacturcri of PU^E WHITE 
LE.AD, Dry and in Oil. RED LEAD. 
LITHARGE, Glass-makcrj* Red 
Legd, etc. - 

Also; LINSEED OIL, Raw, Boiled 
and Refined. 

For sale by Druggists Sc Dcalen 
generally, and by 
ROfiERT COLG/VTE & Co.. 
General Agenti, 
^7 Pearl St., NEW YORK. 


f TBaTiMOi«lii.i.a. 

I legard Mr. Ed y as one of tbeatoaf ropa- 
ble afiH lucc'tufut praetinonera with whom I 
have had oilicinl intercourse " 

CHAfeLES MASON, 

Commissioner of Patenta. • 

" I have no nesiiation in tnaurlng Inventora 
that they cannot employ a person more compe- 
tent umi trus'irorthy, and more capable of pul- 
ling their applicationa in a form to aeeure for 
them aii early and favorable conaideration at 
the Patent Office." 

EDMUND BURKK, 
Late Coramissioner of Patenta. 

" Mr. R. n. Eddy haa made for me ThlR- 
TBRN applications, on all but onb of which 
patenta have hern granted, and that ia note 
pending, fluch unmiatakable proof of great 
talent and ability on hia part leada me to re- 
commend alt in7entora to applv to him to pro- 
eure their patenta, aa thejr may be anre of hav- 
ing thtl moat faithful attention beatowed on 
their eaaea, and at very raaaonable chargea." 
JOHN TAGQAHT.* 

Boaton. Jan. 2. 1R66. janSdStawlv 


OOf 


MANHOOD 


RRWIOVTIHOWRHSTORED ! 

JiM< PuUishM, in a Kenled Snrelopf. PrUe, • et 

A LKOTURR OS TIIK NATURK, TREAT- 
meat, and Radical Cure of Kpcrmatorrhosa, or 
Hemlnal Weakuesa,l'VolanUry Kmlaalons, Sein- 
al Debility, and Impedimenta to Marrinifo gener- 
ally; Nervouaness, Conanmption, Rpllspay, an 
KlU; Mental and Phyalcal Inoapaclty, manltin 
from Self Abuae, Ac. By RoBT. J. CLigr-EawEl^- 
M. D., author of the ffrera Hoot, etc. 

A A !*••■ *» Thaa.aada af aatlarere.<* 
Sent under aeal, in a plain envelope, to any a 
dreaa.posf paid, on receipt of six centa, or tw 
Boatage atampa, hy Dr. J. O. KLINR, , 
1J7 Bowery, Now Tork, Poet Offlearbor4,5at. 
BovT •*» 


wia»17 


•illy 


NOTICB is hereby given that the aubacriber 
haa been duly appointed Administratoi 
of the estate of JUSIAH PULLAUU KIM- 
HALL, late nf Weatford, in the County of Mid- 
dlesea, deceiaed and has taken upon himaelf 
that trust by giving bonds, aa the law directs. 
All peraona having demanda upon the eatate 
of said deceased are required to exhibit the 
aame ; and all peraons indebted to aaid estate 
are called upon to make paymei t to 

GEO STEVENfik Adm'r. 
Weatford.Dec. 2i. 1866, d29dep3e 


FOR SALE, 

A LOT of new 1 3 4 Inch SUAFTINO, 
Couplings aod Bbxes.^t 

dec!8dtf 


With 


C. 


B. RICHMON-D-8. 
80 Lawrence atreet. « 


FRES8IID BAT, 

FIRST QUALITY, Jnat received and for aale 
by "* ~ ' " 

no v4dtf 


W. K. LIVIN08T0N, 
No. tt Thorudtke atraef 


FRESH VIRVII^IA OYSTERS! 

■2 ECKIVED daily and opened from the ahall, 

I'lPTir CENTS per quairt^ ' / '- 

or Fim-FIVB eeattfolid. 

by J. H. KNIOirrS, 

, • No. 201 Ce Ural Street. 

AUto, dealer In all kinds of Fresh Fish, Lob 
aters, etc. Orders promptly attended to, and de 
llvcrPd In any part of Iha city withoi t extra 
cHARufc. ' decJWdlw 


NAGUIKES FOR 1866. 


TUE AROOST; Oodey; Peteraon; Atlanlle 
Harper; Sunday MaKnzIno: 

"ily ; Hours at Home; 
Heoh iili-a' Magaslna; 


Beadle'a MonthI 

Oood Words; 

Practical Mechanics' Mafailne; 

London lUualraled News; Punch; . .1:. 

Chemical Newa; Family Maftazlne. 
SubaeHptlcna received and numbera dcllvrad 
promptly by B. C. BAROKANT, 

dee28 City Oovernment Bulldlof. 


DR. KIDDER'S PILLS. 

niLD 

AND 

EFVICIBNT. 
The Best Oathartio. 


y ODER'S :2. 

OM POUN D I 


"•^ 


Avoid PBVBR8 bf vain thaaa Pffla 
fateriah aymptoma trtt appaar. 
Tbey eure COLDS. 

Eapaeially umAiI in Dlaordara ol -tha Uw. 
and OonatipalloB of tha Bowela. 
Sold by Oarlaton k Bova^. C. R. Kimball. T. R- 

ILTJIW R AlalWI ICXm n«a tXBUUH«9*.^ m«llk > 0»., and aU atlMf eKy 4nf|iala. 

Pl^lOaBfealitreat, «aaM' 1P» - •»!«« 


X. B. VATOS ft GO.» 
AJCTI tHKM AM AlPmm 

F'fUien Aertt of'Htuniing W»o4 and natter 

Oo the Old Turnpike, about half a iplle eaat af 

North Chelmaford Vlllafe, knu%n aa 

the •' Harbour iMt." 

We aAall aell the above on HATt^RDAT, ika. 
«lh.ia»ia, at 10 o'clock A. U., preriae y. In loU. 
ThT atowih ia old Pitch and White line, «)tll 
armie Oak, Slapta and Birch, a larfia portion ot It 
very heavy and of fln* quality. The lot la aeeeaal- 
ble at ail seari«i)s, will come over a level road, uid 
is not more than three miles frnm l.owefl. Tha 
Land will be sold In one f.ot, before the aale of 
Wood, whi'h pur'-hasers are requested t'letamtne 
belor-' the time adverlUed. Purrbaaers front L«tw- 
ell will take Wealfwd *treet.and fUlIow the West- 
ford road to its Intersection with the Turnpike, 
which forms the first turn lo the rlirht after fhose 
lendlrifflireclly Into Middlesex Vlllaye. Kfloald 
the day be atomy, the aale will take place the ft-at 
fair day. 

PARTICfLAR Nf>TTCK. 

Wa hava a I -rgo stock uf rurnlture; CarpMa. 
he., in chiimbert urrr lalrtroom, which we pttali 
aell at private tale, day or eveiiiuK, in part aa fvl- 
Iowa : — 

Klack Walnut Sofas, Eaay Chairs, Parloi^^., 
Rockers, Louneca Bureaus, Mirrors, Whataota, 
rhamber Sets, (,'ane and Wood Hent Chaira uid 
Rockers. Marble Top and Black Walnut l>iitra 
Tables, Kxteiision Tabica, Hprlny Reds, French, 
Round corner and common Bedsteads, Hair, Hosk. 
t.'ane and Kxcelslnr Mnttruases, Live Uecse ana 
liens' Feather Beds and Pillows, Toilet and Work 
Tables, Wash Htamls, rt'nks, etc., etc. Also, new 
Woolen, Oil, btraw and Hemp CatV^^oiKai In .va- 
riety 


•»• Wc Imii large or tmall lott nf /Vr at/are, fiar> 

peit, Stoif. H'ltiling.rtc., at rcaldeucis, a;i4 nay 
the ra'h value aitd remove Ihem at once. Peraona 


flvtnir up housekeeping will do well to call on na, 
aa they will recatva the rafve of their eooda in ookA. 


, W.AN'TKD, 
A Knnlee] Ilouae with a Barn and a lar(a l^ef 
Land, and aeveral amaller Houaea in Lowell. la- 
qalre of E, B. PATCH k OO. 

AT PKI V ATK~BALB, '. : '■ 

I ConntlnK Room Deak, 

1 Safe. Inquire of E. B 


'Si 

PATCH k CO. 


WANTED, • 

Three rottar* Houaea worth from $700 to (IWO. 
Alao, U two story lloua«a worttt trola $1MW ta 
S3.0 «. Inquire of 

IvIO X. B. PATCH k 0(V 


FORTUNE'S 

MUSICAL HOST. 

The only sucoessfully establiahed publication O 
tbe kind in tlie United Htntes. ■ 


" I Rreet you as a host — 
TTiifold the panes of my heart/ •' 

And read Uwrela your welcome." 

Best JoHvaOB. 


to cirenlata 


A Musical Periodical, designed 
aroonK the Homes of the People, ia 
for the want of it haa been ao lo/in felt, th«fcth«r« 
are but very few persona, musically locliuad,to 
whom the tfioiiKht lias not naturally sUKlfcated It- 
self. Ill Kurope, a dozen works of this class exist, 
which cfrculnte hondr«<!a of ihotiaands of copfaa. 
Thiy are looked fur with tbe aame expectancy aa 
the Weekly I'ajiera. or the Monthly Magaziiiea. 
'J'iicir popularity arises, not so moch from the fact 
that they arc cheap, as from tba fact lliat tbey are 
a coHeetiun afl'ordioK a variety In atyle, vocal and 
lu«trumuntul,^calculated to auit every tasta. Their 
cheapness is, of course, a recomi.endalion, for In 
all of them, as In FORTL'NK'tJ MLHIC'AI. HOST, 
the Mimic piven for fifty cents, would. In separata 
pieces at the Muxic Storen, co»i over three dollara. 
A saving, taklni; into consideration the adinirsble 
manner (if their prodactluii, thut no one. In theaa 
times, can afford lo Cespisa. 

This Monthly PublicatioB, now In the com- 
mencement of ita third year, haa met with a sae- 
cess alloi^etlier unprecedented In the history of 
Muaicul cxperlmcula, either ia America or iu Eu- 
rope. 

Cbu>p Muaical rablicationa have hitherto failed 
because they weie Just aa cheap in their atjrla of 
production as ttiey were In llieir scale of charges. 

The l»nblii.her of the MUKICALHOHT la de- 
tcriuiiied lu make this work .a naodttl uf taauty In 
still", and .artistic In every respect, ftr*t in the aU' 
perlor exoclleiico of Its Mnaic,comprlsliiir Original 
Composiiions by popular writers of Kurope and 
Amurica, tuK<'ther with choiev selcotiunaof Italian 
.\rlas, (ll rniaii, Knglt*li and .Vnierlcan Soiiga, 
Duets and l^iiarteifcs. Pieces de Pnloi'i for Piano 
PnlkuH, Mazurkas, hehuttlsches, tjuadrlllea, and 
olhi r I'Inno Music, auititble both fur amuaement 
aud iiiattuutiuu. O 

FORTtTXB'S 

MUSICAL HOST 

a printed In the beat manner, upon fine aind eoatiy 
paper. Us Title Page and Illuatratinna are beau- 
tiful In denlan, and enifravcd In the hl<(hcat atyle 
of Art. Ea-h Monthly partcontalna fV'om fotirto 
all piecea of Mua<c. 

The work Is vditt-d with a view to suit every 
taste, and ita contents are both popular and ciasaic, 
combiuiiig the f/uVca et utUe. iJundiMsted oa iWa 

ftrinciple, the wor.< has wet with the ouMt l^Ular- 
n;; success, numbering ita aubacribera from evary 
State in the l°i Ion. 

The Ml'.SICAL HOST has been established In 
afield of labor wherein all other asplranta had 
fnile<l toaecure a fooling. We arc, therefore, lad 
to infer that we have adopted tbe right couma 
wiiervby to meet the rcquirementa of ihe dlaoem- 
ing and progreaaivo Muaical world of the United 
States. 

Our long experience in the publishing buslneaa 
warrants us in proiuiKlnij that the cxiicctailons of 
our aabacrihiTs, in regard lo the cliaraitrr, tha 
growth, and the success of tho Ml°r<ll'.\l, HOHT, 
wiil be thoruiigbly satialled. Vur upwanle of a 
quarter of it century we have been aasociated with 
einliieiit pubitsbera, and every literary enterprtaa 
with which tho name of fortune haa been con- 
nected, baa been auccesxful In the fullest sense of 
the word. Kevcr having known f.illure, we do 
nut propose lo make Us ocqualntanoa now.,, i, i 
FORTUNE'S ■ • . 

M tJ 8 I «:; % i< H ff N 1^ 

will hereafter contain, each month, besldea tha 
usual shileen pages of new and carifnlly aeleeted 
Music, eight or mure pagva of Literary matter bt 
a varied cliarucu.'r, una lull uf interest tu niiau«lle- 
neuus aa well aa tu musical readers. In ihis iV 
pnrtmcnt we shall comprise Htorics, Poema, 
Hketchca, Biographies of eminent persona. If bai- 
cal Items and Vriticiam, Book Notices, and Lfle- 
rary Miso llaiiy ; and it will be our aim to make 
the Literary 1)( partmcnt of the MUSICAL HOST 
comjilele, lively and popular. ^ 

We have already commenced the publication of 
THE LAl>r'8 MILE, 
a new novel of much fntoreat, by Miss M. E. Brad- 
don. This work Will be contlnoed from month to 
month, until completed. 

Many valuable aalMcribera hare, la tiaae paat. 
Interested themaelvea In circnlallnfr and promottaa 
the success of ihe MtfclCAL HUNT. We faal 
that such friends ought not go unrewarded by^at 
least some token of our grateful appradatloa ^f 
their aerrlcea. Far thia reason we Iti-ve made ti- 
rangcinents, at great coat, to preaenl to every pM- 
aon sending us eighteen dollara, annual aubacrip- 
tlon, fur n Club uf Four Siibsciiliers, fur ISM, 
a copy of the ^reat National Work of Art, 
"OUR ORE.\T ACTHORH."— A Litkrabt 

PABTT ATTHr.IIO.ME OF WAaHt!«0TO» IbVINO. 

This auperb Picture, which baa caned forth an- 
qaalified and nnunimoua approbatioir^both on tha 
ground of Ila great artlatic beauty aa well aa tha 
wonderful curreclneaa aud atrength of Ita poe- 
tralta, la andoraed by the entire Preaa of the ooun- 
try. 

IHie acene represented la th^home of Waahlnf- 
ton Irving, who is surrounded by tha followllMI 
dixtinguished .Vmerican .\ulhors : 

W. 11. Prescolt, George Bancroft, W.C. Bryant, 
Oliver Wendell Holme}, U. W. Emerson, N. P. 
Willis, Bayard Tavlor, O. P. Morria, J. Feool- 
morc Cooper, H. W. Longfellow, Natliaiilel Haw- 
thorne, J. O. Hfhfttler, F% Greene Halleek, J. L. 
Motley, J. R. Lowell, John P. Kennedy, 1tol>art C. 
Wlnlnrop. 

Thia elegant work haa been executed In tlDt,al8a 
S5 by '.21 Inchea, on heavy paper «U by 30 inehea^at 
a cost of eight thousand dollars, and forms one of 
the most beautiful, coatly and Interesting uioUiria 
ever presented to the subscribers of any |" Ttllaal. 

Terms for 1806. 

1 Copy of the MUSICAL HOST for 1M«, 
• Topics of the MUSICAL HOST for 1M6, 



3 Copies of the MU.S1(JAL HOST for I8T«, 

win ehtllle the getter np of the Chib to i 

j Metal Chessmen worth 1 brea Ooltara. 

' 4 i^opies of Ihe MUSICA L HOST for 18M, •lt,00 

and a oupy of " Ureal Authora." Or we wllfaead 

1 UOs r and 1 Harper's Magatlna, 1 year, kIMO, 

1 HOST and 1 .Mlantlc Montllty, 1 year, iR,MI, 

1 HOxlT and 1 Wavcrly Msgaalne, 1 year, iS,(W. 

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1 HOST and 1 I.ady'a Friend, 1 year, ft?,**, 

1 1U)ST and 1 .Natti^nal Magazine, 1 year, i«,iO. 

Or (br IMV-en doHat^ we will aend volumea 1, 

1864. and '2, IKOo, of the MUSICAL HOST, bound 

In splendid Illuatrat(>d Cloth, Gilt Edges, and tha 

numbers for 1806, as published monthly, and a 

copv of our " Great Authora," forming a splavdM 

Musical Library or alegaul praaeataUoa tot the 

aeasun. • 

The bound volumea, 1 and >, can ba had, Kla- 
gantly Bound. Price Six Do'.lara each. Mailed 
f^aa W> any address on reoclnt of tba jpriee. 

BIngle numbers and stieclmen aopiaa aent, pCBI- 
age paid, on receipt of lifty centa. 

JAMES W. FORTirNK, PvMlakar, 
Vo. UH Center ataeet. N: T. 
t»- Canvaaalng Agenta wanted In every part of 
thaUnlon. * dacaUMluVr 


PAVIU HTDS, 

8TOOB 


AND MEMBER Of THB BOSTON gtOCK 
AND KXUHAN«I BQAJOI. .,, 

Oflke In Boaton, No. IS Xxehaaga Biraat. i .l. w 

Ha may be^oood In Lowell at Waa. 8. yra»a k ' 


Apotbaeaer Btora, eor. of Central and 

■ a« 

aatiU^r 


BtreeU, afternoon aod avaateg. Alaa M Ika X>aM 
alTl-l.'A.'lt" ^^ 

Hoaaa. Na. <• Andarae Btraat. 


KIM A. L. BBXOBAM, 

TBAOHBR of Panelllni 
Md Aateala), Paalal 
m^WnmAwmtM ' 


OHBR of Panel llng.Blaek Oraren (Vaadp 
~ ' PaiMtMt wag fW««n 


^ * BB Oo^annrnhlp li«rvu>fort «ilatlnf Wt w««a 
I ihr uuilrr»t«H««l U llil* dii) 4<*«olr«4, having 
U*|MMe4 o( ibr (iu«iiM-M lo Mr. KniTAHO ltAii.ST. 
TIM hMlMM •! thr tatf Aim wtU to — *U»4 kv llM 
wImi wtU M w al w fef tiM |tr«M>nt at 
(iratrful lo th» rtttKim of Lowrll 
tar lfe« Htoral pMr«nafl« bcaUiwad upon Ito a4«>r« 
ter Um ^mi tv<«ly iwu yvars, UK-y aollclt a ^n- 
tl»Mu<a««f tbr aamr for llh-lr vao-c^-or, Mr. Ral 
Im, knowln* hlin lu b« a ttoriMiuh an<1 *kiUul 
jtynlhiaary . xi4 IxIWtlitM to «ri I •iiUaarur M 
Mal»l«in iii Ito %iluri' thv r<-|>uunuii ito atorf haa 
Mi0*a4 In Ito paal, aa ri'«ar>la (to quality uf Ito 
■tadMiilwa, Iha catv uar<t In <il«|n'n»ii<|(, aod partio- 

Mw I (JBAML.aa UooD will rvo ain al ito • a 
-lii. HAMIKI. KU>l>Kli,jB., 

DAVIU iXHiUlS. 
VtwM, O*. lOUi. I M*. t*l3»dlf 

1*HB ■Mlaralrn'' bavtua aarrcd a full appran- 
tlrvahlp wllh li. M. Whilnry, of Lawrrnaa, 
•■4 toviiig bail a rvccni •ipt-riviicc In th« wril 
kiwwnvaiablUhmant of Caawall, Mack « Co , of 
y«« Yurk, WOUI4 rtMipertruHy aiiiiounrrlo Iha 
•Hlaeii* ul lA>wrll ihai lu- liaa puri'haa<-d the wril 
known I'JFUK Hiorc of dAML klliuCH. Jk. Ik Co., 
wtora, by alrt«i imriioiial allriilkxi lu bUKlMo-a, ha 
lljpaa la i»i rli n coniliiuauca uf Iha pauvuafs to- 
aiitwwl en the laU flrm. 

, EDW ARD B.itKEY. 

'—' Baaeaaaof to Pantuul KIddar, Jf. » Co. 


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THK ondrralgncd hiiviiic 1 
akip undtT tto Mv'a ui 


; formed a copartnf r- 

akip undtrttoMvIa uf 1< . «c K. Bailey, will 

.ABtlnuc tto Apolhvcary bualix-aa aa auoet-aaora lu 

Ham'l KIdaar, Jr. « Co., corner of Mt-rrlinack and 

Jebaalroat^ FHKOIiUICIC BAll.UY, 

KDWAiUi UAILKV. 

LowoU, Dae. 1«, IW* . j M^ 

A&lUlMllL UK 'liKFCirtU K. 
^^I/U Utt "X. DIX if failiug to cnre it 


VBQIITABIB 

Pulmoliiry Udbam, 

roB 

Tcafbt €«ldli audi UiiHMpliaa. 

KatablUhrd IMS, and atlll the brat known feme 
4t for all atTcrilona of the Lunca, Throat and 
Oieet. be cartrful to firl the g eiiuliie. 
Rk.fcD.( U* I'KM H t:<* Ma-i ■ Pr< priet r*. 
lAKOB BOTTLES, $1. PMALL.W CT8.' 

PURE CJDTiVER oil 

BoUird rjrpre»»lp for Mrttlrimnt unf, by BKED, 
Cl'TLEK * C<l., who havo faclllttea for obulning 
Oil of the moet rallabla quality. Lakub lioT 
TLBS, tl -00. 


THK 

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YK! 


THE I Yt: 


rfaa than ^nj uthct phyaiciab, more cflec 

taaily and permaneiitly.witn Iraa restraii.t fron 

MMip*)ioa oi fear of espoauro to all •••ihoi 

witb aafc and ploaKant mediciuea, 
•KLFABUSbANU SULITaRT UABITM 

TBcir affMi* and rooacquenee* ; 
8PKCIAL AILMKNTb ANu MTUATIONF 

Ineidciit lo Married and hingle Laoi«a ; 
RKCHET AND DKLICATK UI JJBDBRS 
|lcr««ri»l Affeerlona ; Eruntiona ana al' L*i' 
•••ra of ttie 8kin ; Ulcere of the Noae, Tbror 
■■4 B-4 ; PioipUa onthc Kaee; Pwellioge < f 
tb* Joii>ta; Nerrouaneaa; Coiiitiiu)i'>nal ar.( 
other Weakneaaoa in Youlb, and the mort ad 
TmaMd.>»t all ages, of 
BUTH 6KXE8. 8INOLB OR MAHBIBD. 

DR. L. DlX'ft 
PHIVaTB MBDICAL OFFICB. 
- « B»«lc*C^ •trmmt, BvaMia. Jtaas., 

la ao arranged iliat pa'.lent* e\n i.eTer a-e oi 
\ kear other* Kei^lirct tli*- onlt entrance t- 

Ilia Otbce i< No. 21 bavhig no conneciio 
wi'h hia •eaidencc, ctma^uen I; no family it 
t^rupiion, ao that on no acoonnt «an any pei 
•OB heaitate applying at hia office. 

OR. DIX 
Mdh mmrrU (and i* e«nnot be contradletc 
•»«opt by Quaeka. who will a«y or do anything 
•v«n perjure tbcmtchea, to unpoac upon pa 
ti«tta)tbat^ 

■ TKBOBLT BBOtn.AK OBADVoTB rVTaiOtA> 
AOVBBTtaiHO IM BOCTOM. 

SIXTI<BN YEARS 
•Bcagcd in trcatmen of 8p.-rial Diaeaaea : 
fbet ao well kt>own to ma- y Ci'iaena. Publiab 
•ra. Merchania Hotel Pio.rieiora. Ac. thk 
^ ia mach r^comtneiide , and particularly tu 
^TuANOBlK8 A"^ D TRaVELLBRS. 
To aToid ani eacai>e lmp<»-lti-n of rorei^n 
Bad Ha i^e Qiara*. mum MWNeroiu in Uoato 
than e«bet lart(e eitica, 

I'R. L DIX 
proBdly refrra to Tffor acora and reapectabl 
Phiaiciai ■— nony ui ahiHB eonauli him i 
•f itieai e»ara, bee^ua* of hia acknoarlrdiicd aki 
■■4 rcpatatiiin, attMned <hr'>uich ao long esp«- 
rtMMc practice and "ba' rvati n. 

aFFLU TED AND UNFOhTTJUATB' 
- ' - W wot rolihc-1 anit a-ld !•• your aufferinga in le 

tB^ < ceeUed b) tbc lyiua b'>a*(*- wiirepieaari 
tBtionn. fal e promiaea and pre en•^i( nt <>f 

F0K>-lON aNU NaTIVK QOACKR, 
wh** BDOw little uf 'hrnatuie and cbar.cter «>i 
Special i ia*-a*«a and i.Ka» a> tu theii cure.- 
^omr cxbi'ii* (<>rge>. I>i| loniae of Iiiaiilutiou 
•r «^>l>ei(ea, *hirh j>e»e' ea>aied >b auy parto 
' the woild; o*hrr~ fahibit Diploma* of tb 

l»e«4. how obtained, unknown; not only «« 
•umin^ aod ad«erti>i ain the nauica f tbc-* 
1BMW4 lit the inplotnai, bu' to fur her the) 
taipuattion aa'ume naoiea of other moat cele 
hnt'od Pbyaieia a 1«im aiuoc dead. Neiiher ii< 
4«.ei«ed by 

Ql ACK M08IRUM DEALERS, 
thrcwgb fal * •er'lteatr* ai>d refereiieea, anr 
rpeomaaradationa of iheii mcicaie* 6y fA< 
rfra"'. — - ■ r •— — «ap ae or con' tattle th*-ik< . 
or who Btaioea, o f«rthcr ibcir iiupoaitioii 
•»p\ trom Meoieal boo>» atacb that _ia wiittei 
of the qaalitira and rff^tx iff different b>il » 
•Dd ptaD'», aiad aartib; all the aanic to 'he<l 
PIII«. hBiraota, ^pcrifea. «c., moat ol whici , 
, ifaot all, c-u taib uerkury' beeauae of the ai - 

•••at belief of itk* cuiing eTrryiblng, ' biii 
now knoao lo ■ ki'l<inore tbaii i* curfd," anc 
thoac uot killed, conalitutiunally injured fo 
life 

lUNORANCB 0" QDACK D< CT0R8 AN> 
MU^TbLM MAKtRS 
Tkmuak tbc i|n>oraii-e of ibt Quack Doc 
for. kiiowiBM Booihci. rrmedt, he reitra uptii 
MbmcviiT. a' a gi«ea i' to alibi* patier<u <i 
I'ilik. Il'opa, ' <• , ao th' ^ottrum Matt» , 
equally ill urant. aida to hia ao-ctl>d '<'>• 
tracta, Roecifte. Auiidoie, Ac both rrl)in»t «■) • 
Ml iu eieca io eurinn a few iu a bandied, it • 
triMipetcd io tariouo waya tbr -oiihout tl c 
laad . but. 4t.Aa! i.o'.hinf; ia aaid of the ba • 
■Aec ; aome nt wh'>in oie, oibrra grow wora< , 
■Ud arc Ut' to lintter and auffer for month* o 
'yBara,Bntil relieved or cured, if p«a>ible, bi 
••9 potest pkyaiciana. 

BUr ALL QOACKS aKE NOT lONORAHl 

Notwithakaiiding the 'otegoing faou ar< 
haewo to •oaae Quack Uo«t<>ra and Noatruo' 
Makera, vet. regardi* aa of the life and healii 
ofothBTC there are noae atnooy tbem aho wil 
•ten peri ar< tbem'«l>t«, cootradiciing giving 
aaercury 'o their patirnt» oi that it ia contain 
•4 in their NoMrtuB<, a<> 'bat the " u«iiai <•» ' 
■ay BC obtaiite i fvt pmfeeardly cariug, or -tb< 
4iiUar*' er ■* fraetion of it " maybe obiaineo 
far the »oatTBm It i« thua that many art de 
•alecd alao, and uaeleaalv apcndla gc amoiint> 

_; |w e «y e tU » ea ta >b «tua«;kery. 

DH L*©IX'S 
4kari|*t are ^o^y ■>a<1erat« Communication- 
BBeredly •'>t fidamial, and all ma* rely on hioi 
wltB ihe atrictea aecreci and c»n&di-nce, what 
ever oaay be 'be diMa«e, cunditiuuur aiitiaiioi> 
. Oi an* one, married or aingie. 

Mvd«eiue« aent ny Hail or Bapreaa to al: 
yarteef the ITniie Maiea. 

'«il lotlerare()>i«r{iig advice muat contain on» 
AuUa tw inaurc an anawer. 

Adorea- Db L. I'tz. So. 21 Rndicott atreet 
Boat B, Maaa 

Bowoa. Jan. I. tSCe. j*nl iStawly 


DR. E. RXIGirT haa dl*r«vrrri1 a new 
trratnifiit fur the Kyu. I>y wlArh he U 
eurliitf aome of the wurat cum-* of Blind 
Bcaa and Ueaiueaa evt-r known, without loalru 
menu or pain. 

U « A h;H Dr. Knlght'a new Ireatniont for 
Canrera auriiaaaea all oihtra ouw In une. It curcp 
without kiille, pliiaier or pain, and hcala wlthoiit a 
acar. Every kind of Ulaenae traatcd with Kr*'"' 
auc<<«aa. lluniora nf every kind eriidicnled from 
the ayatem. No charge for couaultatloua. Office, 
2M Tremont atreet, Uualon. 

riixiirlnnt Hair tor A I*. 

Bogle'a Ilrperion Fluid reatqrea and dreaaea Hair 
Bogle'i Klevtrlc Unlr Dye, ' Biat In the World 
I ogle 'a Wigaaitd Hair Work, K<'W Iroprovemenu 
tiufpaaa all other*. Clienpeat, tkeal, audmoat r« 
liable. Try I Be convinced. 

4V Myatlkoa. or Bogle'a KvPtIc Hair Tint, beat* 
evnrything for irlving a aplendid and natural ooloi 
to the Hair, Moualarliea or Eyebrowa. One pre)) 
aratlon, bo trouble, complete and perfcrt. 

W. HOULK. 
WIga and Hair Work, 202 Waahlngton at. Boaton 

DISEASES OF THEBLOOI. 

I»M. M. Oftrr^F baa for more than twent 
yeara given apeclal attention tu the treatment o 
Cancer, t>crotula. Humor, and all DIaeaaea of th 
Blood. HI* olbee ia at » • 'n |i| fl - e, Sr- 
door from Waahlngton atre.-t, Boaton. Pamphh 
dearriplive of trealnient, M-ni fri-e. OIHce huui 
from V to >. Uta Indian Itemediea for aala only u 
tbc office. 



FAIBBAMi'S 


OL488IO HAIil.. 


COMKERCIAL ACADEfflY 

OMI JB apaa ■i p tio>ar4 tar >ht M aaeMaa ol raptla, 

1>ay and BVE NINU. 

IMTBLLIORNT atodaaia ef dthar aes, may hen 
qaallty ibamaalvi.* *n a fev w«ek\ ht lBl|a obargi 
^ aay aal a< Hooka, wtlh coafrieDoa and ablllt*. 

A ftili oemmarctal conrac eomi>riaaa BiBgia an< 
loMble Batry Bouk.koei'lBg. PaDaaaaahipb BualBMa 
''orma. aa N>itfla, Drafta, Aoeeplaaoea, Ac.; Intcreat 
t>era«a Commiialoa. laaaiBBOa^ BxcbaagB, l>* 
want, Proit aad Loaa. 
rBltlea far r«U Oenfat, 91g,..Tla>a I)b. 


Ilailtei. 

StodeDla oftolh aMef alai. raoelved al any lima l>.< 
to goarter. by tto mpoili, or by iha laaaoa. lo Aritli 
aatle, Algabia. Oramluar, Hiatory. Latin, FraBch. A* 


Made of the Beat Mate 
ongb manner, and reie' 
I'UOVEMENTU under the 

THiL Oi'lG N«l 


PrcBiaBi KtanAard 

SCALES 

le itipe 


5 

n the moat thor 
CONSTANT IM 
per>ialon of 

l%V' K'tUR. 


BTkBT ▼ABfCTT, AB 
Hay, Coal. Railroad, Platform and Counler. Drag 

Sata", Confectlonera', Butchi-ra', Grooera', an- 
old Sealea, Beama, ISprlug Balaiicea, fcc, Ac, tui 
aala at our , 

WAR K HOUSE, 


Stxreet 

BoMrdN. 

FURB^I^K^ BtMiW\ k CO 

Bold In Lowell by CHASE, SARGENT A CO. 


K I Ai' V who haa been rurrd of Krcat nrrroii' 
debility, after many yeara of mturyv rieairea t^ 
make known to ail fc-lluw aufferera the aura mean> 
of relief. - . 

AdJreaa.rncloaingaatnmp.MR'i. M. MEKKI8T 
Box 368, Boaton, and tbc preacrlptlon will l>e ai-ii 
froe by return mail. aepltdly 

— s 

S^RMPARII.H fOUPri'MI, 

For the core of T.lver Complaint, Pyapopaia, Rrrol 

nia, Dronay, Neuralgia, Kptlpp»y, Kry«l|ieliia, 

Boll*. Tumnra, ►■all Klii-um, I'lerr* and 

Bor<'a. Uht'umatUin, I'liln in the Mora- 

acli, Side mill Koaelr. I><-blllly.and 

all romplalnta ariaing from 

ruruurrrEs of the blood. 

For aale by F. H. Bl'Tl^KU h CO.. corner Cen 
tral and .Inckaon atrecu: J.' U. UAYEB, iS Central 
atreet, Lowell. 


Tome LAI>ie«.— The celebrated Da 
L DiX particnl^b invitea all Ladie- who 
I a Madt»i or hurvieo' ativifer, to caM at 
Ruema, .No. 21 E> dicott Ottret. boatob, 
w^icn the> wili iud arranged for tfeaii 
«3c (naa- tiation. 
Ub. DIX naming devoted 'oTer twenty year* 
te thia particular branco o| the irratment of 
all 'ia*aar* peculiar 'o (cmalea it i* now eon- 
crdec by all (bath in tbia eoy«try ant) in Hu- 
mpe) that be excel* all oth»r known pracii'isn 
er* is tbc aafe. •f'Cdy 'od e1feat».:,l ireatiacnt 
of all female oomplaiut* 

Ui* BMdieinca are prepared with the espreaa 
BBtpoae ol teaaoeiiia all diaeaaea. auc^k aa «ia 
ailKy. w akae.*. uanaturhl auKf caaion^ eo'' 
UrBemeata uf tto woaab, alao aU diKcharge* 
wtUh flow (n>m aB>r>r->id atate of the blood — 
The Doctor ia nov fu'b p-eparcd to ueat in 
kia pcc'iUar a'.yle, both medically ano aurgiaal- 
ly, all di>rakce of lae lemale aex, and they at* 
■BBpeotfallf iBvited lo call at 

ko. ai B»«loatt htecot, BMaom. 

All Ic'tora raquliiBg advice must eontainone 
4allBr ta Bnanre aa •n%mn. 

B4BtoB. Jaa 1 . 1 » e. ianldSUw I y 

Oity Bill Poster and Dutributor 

*|«fl* aobaartbir aUMda i>romp<l* tu tba !••••««« or 
I DMrlbBUace BilUir tJircotaiawef eeary 4aa 


Cbild'M rriend! 

Perry's Worm Tea 

\PAFE and rflipnual remedy for all kinda o 
Worm* found in the human body; fU<i a rer 
tain cure for Worm Fita, Worm Fever, Teiieamu* 
Ac. Hoa*e»*ln|r In It* conibinallon eminent clean 
aing and atrengtheninK properlle*, Ita uae will al 
waya Improve the health of the putlent, wbelbei 
impalrtNl by worma or other cauaea. 

I*rie* T«rcoty flv ^ ('cKt*. 

Prepared only by JOHN A.PERHV, ChcinUt 
Bo*toii, Maaa. Bold by K. U. BUTl.EU K CO. 
cor. Central and Jackaon ate. iyZidOmll 

MMrje 

DR. KTItlCKLAND'SMEI-MFI.fOCe COUilH 
ll.M.SAM ia wiirraiiteil to cure t;<iuKh*, Cdlrir 
lloaraeiie*a, .\athma, Uhooplnc Cough, Hon 
Throat, t'nnauniption, %n^ all aOectloua of th< 
Throat and I.uiik* . 

For aale by l>rugrl«ta. SO eetita per'bottle. 

UEO. C. (iOOUU'lV A CO.. 37 Hanover tjtreet. 
Itoaton, Sole Agenta for New England. 


/Wmmcflv. 


DR. RTmCKI-Ain>'8 ItLK UEMKDV ha* 
cured thouaanda of the worat caaea of Blind anf 
Bleeding Plica. It givea ImmedlHte relief and ef 
fecta a permanent cure. Try It directly. It la war 
riMit«>d to cure. 

For aale by all Drurel*t*. 60 rent* per bottle. 

GEO. «J. Ot><)I)\M.V Id CO.. .18 Hanover Street 
Boaton, Sole Ageuta fur New England. 

aeptl d3m 

PAR AFFINE OILS. 

nAVt!fOtoen appointed Koi.r AtlWT* FOB 
■.OweLI. AMI) viciaiTY for the aale of BAI 
I.KT A KATON'el PAUAFflSK OIl.H, for Ma 
chinery, fee , have them conatHiitly on hand and 
f;>r aale nt M<Nl'r criRr.Ba' PHlcca. 

Atlenllon la called lo thi-*e Oliaa* toing made 
excluaUelyfrom AMKItlCAN CA.NNEL COAL, 
and havliiK no connection with thr numeroua I'e 
trhleum <Mla, now aold under the namf of I'amf 
lliie liy Irreap^malble partle*, who endeavor to rain 
credit by UOPYINU our circulura and our direc 
tioua fur uae of our Oila. 

C. B. COBUKK ft CO., 
Mocbanlca' Building. 
Lovcll, Sept. S. IMS. acplMtJanl 

ClAhfAUfSK /ILK. 

The atienilon of the puh.ic U eoliri 
'cd to the ^uperlor quality of UAU 
BK'B freata bew^ <;HAMPAUN1 
ALh. Tbi* Ale ia brewed fre*b at all aeaauti 
of the year, and the kcepinu quality •>( it, e*pe 
eiallv of stftth brewwi during the moat eiceaaivi 
hot wea'her. ia guaranteed for any length o 
time F'>r aale in bbd*. bbla ani half hbU. 
Only agent in Lofrcll. D O. EMRKHON. 

No. 128 Buifb k <<)treet 
Jan. I. 1882 lanldtf 


\ 


/ TwmoB IB aoraBaa » 

rMimanahliv It Le**0B*. ft 00 

Single Kntry. S.OO 

Doable Kntr/, AOi) 

Ona Month, uav Hebool. t.W 

Ob* Konih Evanlnc Bchnel. 100 

Jtn V virfloT. Prtnctp*' 
For the taat twrntj' year* tcaebar In th* public 
and private acbool* of Lowall. 
.^m»i Auauaii »a>6 amMi; 

Bisi.V 8S CttUGK. 

■mr M . n T il *« haa thia day admltte<' 
VF • Mr. B. M. WEEIt to an Intircat In th. 
<enernl bualneaa c*rrk'd on bv him at hi* old atanil 
Vn. 41 Central 8tri*et. Mr. Weed haa for aovera 
year* given hia whole Mttention to the aevern 
iiraxrhe* of bualnea* cnrri<-d on by nie,. and we ar< 
unltiienl that all who favor ua withlhvir pntroi 
iB<- will nud our goodaihe Ix-dt the market afforde 
while our pi>i>va will bv aa low aa ttooaroe quality 
•fgooda In Boaton or ela<-wher«. 

Our alock of Plnno*. t^trapblnea. CabtViet Or 
rana, etc., etc., will l>e Kept complete, both f r aal' 
tnd renting. t>heet Muaic and.MudCMl Worka o 
ill kInda, llctureaand llcture Frame*, Oval an. 
quare, for Photograph* and Palntlnga, In greii 
■ iiriely, and at greHtly reduced |>ricea. 

Particular attention paid to Ibl* branch of on 
•ukineMi. All the varloii* >tyli'* of the day o 
land or raanufMCtiirtMl at nhort notice. 

<)ur«lock of Clocks and Timepiece* Ulhelarrc 
n the fitv. and of the beat unnlity. Looking <)la» 
* and I'lHtea, both French and Oerman. of a 
dzi'ii; 0'a*«4'i and Kramr* re elided and repatre< 

.\Uo .^irint* for Slnpn-r it Co '• rrleliralea (>ev 
ng MMcb:.ie*, and th* " Union " Buttonhole Mi 
liinea. W. U. DVAK. 

I^wpll Oct. 2. ISeS. octidtf 


Repulalion Established ! 

•Tii'M. a;, af . acf.l' n is tt ulf 
II pttbiir hencfafir<8'!^ tan 
1*^ wndirtul ».ucccsm is 
tttpr* rid n tetS, MMvr fa m 

lid her distttrctif's h v 

XOHC abroad^ and to dr:t 

:Ue in ih.her tine lite larfi- 

St tnannfiiclnreHH in tli<. 

Torld, 

Everybody Interested. 

VoHiU attd old. age ar> 
■ttilcc ticn tl !td tiy the use oi 
lIiH,S »>/. Allen's n^.rhV 
n lir n^'htorer atui Hun 
9 reusing. Ttifft act #1. rert 
y upon tlii'. roots oi Iti. 
iair, ruus'n'Z luxuriau< 
growth and b "iin:t;, l*«t«' 
lalr^il <liai»ni'd to f^ny m 
rhite by sirliucHtt or oilie* 
a:is<s, ttfit soon bcrcsfor: 
d to its uaturitl color t:nt 
tt; it n'y . MP it ntir ttff' c r a tt i 
-a *fd foi cter. Tli :■■ HI . i 
' ft I ling s topt>i d ■ T.'it n. «.• f 
ltlicci4 U atl'(:r:HH€.rCiOi> 
tit ran (fC torn with u I 
• tar of soiling. T::e tnosf 
tilightful frugranct to th 
'utir is impar:cfl. If rjoi: 
wish tj restore y ur hair 
'cs in you!h, cntl rrtai:i it 
f.hrough lifc^ triih'ttit tie- 
ttiy purrhtise tt tat t'f ol 
Jfirs. S..'t. otUtn^M V^ rid s 
Jiair Ri'storcr itutl HJrcsS' 
ing. 

Sold by CmggisU throtig'jont the WorliL 

PUINCII'AL SALIIS OPI ICC, 

(98 4k 90O Gioenwich St.. NrwVorh. 

8eiit.26,18AS. ceptae'ly 


TO BKiuTin TbK COyPLEXION. 


NEW ADVERTISE.MENTS. 


NiiW ADVERTISEMENTS. 


TT 8E Phulta* While Liquid En«mel." Th* "En. 
amel*' will remove the wnrit oaoea nf Tan, 
FrecJiUia. ItcMilM, Meth P*tehM.or Hbahiuro, In 
from four to *li day*. It whilen* ihe akin perwia 
nently, and Impart* a freahnes* and trantparenry 
lo the comni' lion, which I* pertectly natural, and 
withnnt Injury to the akin. N'o lolirt la eomplet* 
without It. Prlc« by mall, acaleil and po*l paid, 
60 Cent*. Addre** C. P. Hlll'l.TS, 

octlB*3m 
F '■ 


Term begin* 
Apply *arly 


SS6 Blver fe t., Troy, Vj^X. 

>>0MIKMFIIM.Y SIMilKGK. 


M 




MADAME M. H. PERREOAULT, 
HO haa a*lonl*hed ih* aetantlfle claaaea nf 
Pari* and London, ha* now iiermiuiently 
located hei*elf at AMiany, N. V. Madame Perre 
vault, b> the aid of her wonderful liiKlrument, 
known aa the Horohcopb Buaranleea lo produce 
a lite like piclun' of the Inture hiisliand or wife of 
Ihe patron. toeeih<-r with the date of marriage. 
leHdiny trail* ff character, o> ciipallon, etc. 

'Tld« I* no humbiiK. *• ihon*aiidi< of te*tlmonlala 
can avaert. ^Jhe will aetid, when dealred. a wrlt- 
tin cuarantce that the picture I* what ll pur.iort* 
to be. 

liy atMllnif aee, height, complexion, color <if eye* 
an<l hair, and IncloalngSU cent*, and atamped en 
veloi'c. Bddr«'*a^ to youraelf, you will receive the 
plcture'^y reliini mall. 

• Addreaa Madame M. ff. PERUEOArLT, 
octl8*ain P. O. Drawer iuS, A^lbany, N. V. 

^._ BEAU1Y.~ 

o pncRV, ooid 

^9 en. Flaxen, and 
Pllken t rUl.ci ^^ra 
duced br the u*e of 

Prof Dr. Baei x'a 
KKISKU LK CHE 
VEC.V. 

One applli-nllon 
warrsnti'd t<i curl llie moKl atrHliihl and aiuhi>orn 
liair iif either »ex Into wavy rlngltl* or heavy ma* 
■live curl*. IIh* been iiaed by the f»»hlonat>le* of 
)'arl* and London with the moat gratifying re- 
*ult*. l>oi-* no Injury to the •kin., 

Price by mall, aealed and poat paid, §1. Dea 
criptlve circular* •ent free. Addre** 

BKKORR KHrLTZ ft CO., ChemUt*. 
P.O. Drawer *., Troy, N. Y., aole Aireni* foi 
the United 8tatea. octlS*3ni 

~ WHISKERS 

A ND MPSTA- 

•w fHKrt forced 
to growiipo'i the 
amoothcHt face |a 
from three In Are 
week* by u«lnK I>r. 
KKVmSKV KK8- 

T A r H :\ r r k u 

CAPlLLAlKK.lI.e 

inn*t wanderful dl*c<>v«rv In modern aclence, act 
iiiK upon Ihe Beard and ilair In an almOKt nilracu 
loiia manner. It ha* iMH-n u»ed hy Ihe elite of Pn 
ria and Lnmlon with the nioKt Haiti ring kuc-e** 
Sami-a of nH piirrhaaer* will be regmtefed, and I 
i^illre *;itUfni'lloii l« not given In every Inatance, 
Ihe money will be chierfiilly refiimlcd. 

Priie by mall, aeaii-d nnd po*t paid, $1. Dea 
rrl, live circiilara nnd ItHtiinngini* mailed tree. 
ItKltliKU r.|IL'LTZ ft CO., Cheml*U, 

P. O. Dn.wer 81, Troy, N. Y., aole .tgent* for 
ihe United (>U*'» ocll8*3in 

■ £i. H. ItlUUAiilfHCM At CO.. 


raM'Dsrf female siMmAar. hibam 

■ Obc«tt, a. M., Principal. Accommodation* 
excellent: Courae of Study nxtanalv* and thor- 
oneh ; Board of Inatruction large c(B«rlvnvad and 
enri«nt,and rrptnte* /e«« thnn ui Mug oiker Bch-vl 
or the t»mf o'-arirJ Eighty puplla In attendance. 
Hummer and Fair Term*. fVlnler "" 
Jan. 8 : Hummar Term, May T, liao. 
to the Principal. 
Weat Lebanon, N. H., Dec. 18M. 

OOOBy'S LADY'tt BOOK. ^ 

ARTHDR8 HOME MAfJAZIN'E. 

Both Magaiinc* one year, for tl..V). For bi4o by 
Kewa Aaenl* I'verywhiTc. Addre** 

L. A. UODEY OB T. 8. AKTIII'R A CO 
i kilmUlphia, /•(!. 




X>KEST RIVER LE^l) COMPANY 

SALRM. MA8>ACHLtSK'nb. 

. LL « WITS LEAD (in *.nU male ai lb) Pobb» 

■ HiTsa Miu I* aarranlud to \t: ground Id (I. 
eat Uld London j naeed Oil and it* •u|«rloi uu* 
ly for BoDT. Darin* and PtBavBM, It (^ believi' 
« not excelled by any a*taliliitimeit In the wvrli 
.11 White Lead ma.iL< ar above, and marked "Wai 
U)ted Pure,"-ia I caracTLf I'D 

The KTeal body and capacity for covering nt tbi 
ead render* ' . cheaper to the con*nmer than otbe 
«ada. It la uoolldeotly l>ellev*d that Kn) |l>t ol < 
/111 do a* mucD work a* 13^. It>* oi mo*i other Sraudi 
'hi* fact IHta t>e*D elated by lome of the beat palm 
r* in Ihit vicinity, I* Oo*lon and rlsrwher* A fai 
rial ol the article will convince any practlf»l (Unpit 
jdloed) palntei that he can work eaalor and r 
.reaier advantage with It, Ibaa with any other Lea' 
tow ulTerlnK to the public. 

TheOeneral Agent, who oeraonally auperlptand 
he manufaotarti of tbi* liOaa. ba* been Hntraged ii 
be Ij«a<t Buaine** for nearly a ijnartar ofa conlur 
tad hik ejperienoa, oonnectad with imfionant lu 
iroveraen la ' D the mode nf manoti ore.anable* hi' 
nf>imi*b ID article that cannot «aipaa*ed. 

Lead mannfoctured by the "F *t River Lead Ooi 
lanv," can b* obtained at tb e anotacttirer'* prtci 

I CHAULKP B. COIH'KN, 4 and 9 Mechann 

tnildna, luittnn *tre«t. Ix>wal< aprMd 


r 
Ik ^ 


-AltD— — 


m^: 


•flflea. Ch •rge* roaaaaahle. 
tMOefB leer *ad o* ■» Ml Oca tral ttraei. 
17^'he OMlr eejolae MU feeler la the rity, 

K. U DATIB. 
*.fll.lMA eb«14«*ni 


COXTZDBNTXAZi. 

^^ YOVma MEN WHO HAVI 

Jg^gS^ IB' tired tbeineelvea by certain *ecr* 
§1^0 btUta, abitJt undt Ihew for bualaee* 

^^^ pieaaure. Ol Uie duMoaoi mairiad lite 
alaemtddleoged andold men. who. (rum the ollivk 
ol youlb, or other oaoae*. lael a debilitv in advance 
.m their y«*ia,t>*i<ir<i pl<olng ihe'oaeive* under the 
ueaintetiiul oay ooe, anauld Br*l read -Vaa i^ai 
oaeT raiaao." Married i.ailie*. viiiing to avoli 
aa JB«r*a n eCtamlly. win learn aomeil.ing of impor 
tanoe by peruaiag -Tbb Haoaar Paiaan." 

8«ui toa«f addre**. in a aealed envelope, oB 
calpt of Twenty lee OnU. tui<lr**« 

„ DR OHAA AiBTUAHTC OO.. 

Mar«lilS.IM» (dlTl>- Boaton, Maa« 


J&IC 

Frame Mantifactory. 

W . li. DYA H 

S9 CENTHAL STREET, 
Continue* to kee;> a Urge STOCK of 

LOOKING G LA «)>£!: 

KOR 8ALIi. and mrnufacture* to order ai 
ice or *tyle. Employ* gaud woikmen c 
'rameifir 


iOKTHAiI /, ~" 

., & PHOTOGRAPH?. 

»)t*I and oth"r atylea, Ornamented and Plain 
Itegildlag aad Hepairlag Platea fer Him 
Attptided to. 

mitaiion Uold MoiiidioKii tor SaleCbeii 

A large Htock of 


re 


eiLVflB vniriT kmivki^. 

WADK or COt/h 

I^SW FTTUES >oa« reeel«.-4 at AMOfl P.MT 
r^ •ORS'ri Xlleer Waec aitd Jewelry Manufae 
•aey. eeraer ef Oentnl and Mlddb aiMeia. Ixiwell 


OOV£RIiO& VAl*Vkd. 

(jH)R 't.tionary Engine* of ■ iud*on'* Pa 
un>," a>ckeeter, N. Y., al*o. "Put*' Pa 
tentaiobe oai Uo'eraor Vale.*," for aale b 
H. K I AitkKK 
Wo JJ C ktral al 


ieftdtf 


N 


rWSt%T*r« 'r <itA«Tline*|ee4 

ft^.M.PBARPOK'l, 

I Bank Block, AatUch 


■t /. 


MitrrjA/M 




veryaneFHAflll.\RK8 for aale 
PB.tKM<lll 4 
Baak Bloek, ^bottack treat. * 


MtLUMQM,y» 


GRAND CONCEllT flANO 

^gpm^^, * H- DTAk haa tb« leaaor* of n . 
pU|^HH'ar«lDK ihemoaiaal public ihM kaka» 
/ a » 9 fff^'^". ■•■««■*«•" Ball aaew fal 
L-.T i/Ji^l'* .<>«««•»• n-o. 10 reat lot 
oaaeart* mm ranle*. lafimaHaa la raMni ta n 


Sept. 24. IRAO. 


Ac, %c., Mc. 


»p24dtf 


OOLTON'8 BRLECT FLAVORS 

OF the choice Kmlta, Hplcea, etc., for making 
Ice Cream, Paalry, Haucea, .lellie*. i;u*lard», 
BInnc Mange, Cake, etc. Every houaekeeper and 
lover of choice flavor* *hould try theee Flavoring 
Kxtrncta and compare tluin with othera— being iHI 
Iteai and moal eeouomlcal. * 

J. A .1. M. PKAKr^O.N are the AgenU ior I.ow- 
ell, Havlnga Rank Block, Hbattiick at. aepU4 

BT BOBKRT B. THOMAS, 
and 

London Alm<iDAo IllnntrAted, 

17 OR the rear 1»«4-Juat reeelTed an4 for aale 
•^ at COUUEBIlALL'lt Book and Hutlonery 
ateie, •! Mefrtmack Mreet. novl 


ftlfiat l<»a»a fweel«id iku a ^^~~^.. A" ■•"•' *" '••'»^. br KNOWLES BROB, ai 

ow a* th* leweat.— I prepare for oloma by going to tUtOWUU BItUg 
|4*4 •V'4P ^A4 " A *••¥ tow 


which theydger fgc aal* ae ew a* th* 



I AM" Tlir BBT [.^igoORlCM RURAL 
■ NEW YOIIKKR, the great Agricu'turaMli 
erary, and Family Weekly. Ably iiinducted and 
flnely prinU-d ami llluaintted. Adapted U. the 
whole country. LHrKe*t circulating lournnlofli* 
do** in Ihe world. Only $;| a year; le«a to club*. 
Great Iiidu<'eineiit* (Ca»h Premium*, etc.) tof^ub 
Agcnia, Olid one wanted In every town. A'oiu tt 
the Timtto Sulm ribf -(uil hoim Club*! Sped 
mm Numb r*. fchow Billa.Ii'iducementa, etc., aent 
frue. Addre** w. U. a. ...Uuit A,.Koi'feo t* , 

1% • If a 


R ESFEKBROOK & CO , 
8te«l Pea l^an foturers. 

Theae cell hrated Pen*, of OKXUIXE AMKRT 
C.\ N M AXl'K.V.rrUUE, are for aal* lo the trade 
at Ibeir warehou*e*, 

*a J hi t>ee . New Yo>|(. nnd 403 
«rch ir««t • liil«iri|>h<a, 

and at ret.ill by all *Utloner* and bookaeller* In 
the Unilud tiUite*. "« 

PATairr offioiib. 

Inventor* who wlali to lake out T.ett*r* Patent 
are advlxed to counsel with .Me«*r* Mi;,V.V A (•(> 
editor* of the Hiieiiiillc American, who have Droa" 
eculed claim, before the Patent OOlce for nearly 
I weiiiy ^ .ara. Their American and European 
I ateiit .tifeiicy I* the mo*t exienaive in Ihe world 
A pnmph . t, uoiilnlning full inalriictlon* to inven 
lor», I* aent gralli. Addre** MU.SX ft CO No 
J7 i'ark Row, New York. ' ^" 


41^ A PiiraioLOQiCAL Virw or MABRiAat, 
•entalning nearly auo page*, and ISO fln* PLATE 
XNUUAVlNtiH uf the Anatomy of the Human 

?rgaiif Id a itato of Urallh ainl Dlseoae, with a 
n<all*e on Early Error*, iU Deplorable Conae- 
Quehcea upon the Mind and Body, with the Au 
tnor'e Plan of Treatment— the only ratinnal and 
aoeceeaful mode of cure, a* ahown by the report of 
eaae* treated . A truthf\il advlaer to the married, 
and tbo*e contemplating mnrrlnge, who enlertaln 
doubla of their pnyamtl condition. Hent free of 
poatage to any addreaa, on ruceint of 2.) cent*. In 
atamu* or po«tal currency, by addreaaliig l>r. LA 
CROIX, No. 31 Maiden Lane, Albany, 74. Y. The 
author may be cunaulted upon any ol the dlceasca 
upon which hi* bonk trcuta. Medlclnea aent to 
any part of'Ihe world. 

Agents Wa' tud. 

B inn a month will be paid for young men to en 
gage In a new and honorable bualneaa. Both local 
and travelling agenta jwanu-d. For rirciilar* and 
term* addre** L. L. TODD ft tv •., 
39 Naaaau atreet, New York. 

*•' AWFWr— Airent* toaell ourOoodaor the 
* beat Patent Hlght that ha*.ev«r been olt^t 
ed to the public. The machine i* niore unl\er*al 
ly uaed, and paya a larger pioflt to Atfu-ita, than 
any patent arllcle In the niari>et. I>atent BiKht* 
bouKht and aoM at 73 Cornhiil, lio*ton. up etair*. 
Ottoe hour* from 10 A. M. to ;< P. M. 

I» t)«BORN A CO. 


IN BOHTON 
KVKRY MfONKBDAY. 


8cheirk'i ^u noBle 


>yrtpr" 

HEA-WJiKD TUNIO 

XISAlfDRAHX] riLKf. 


SILK B/ITTLNG, 

l.^ B new article for 

COMKOItTKRS. 

KEYE8 ft TUCKER, 



noTl5dir 


134 Merrimack atreet. 


FOR VAK W P^Y-t, 

Prints and Sheeting 

2S and 2S CemB. 


novIMtf 


KEYE8 ft TUCKER, 

' 13t Merrimack it. 


)f&ce No. 108 <'eDtral St., oorne 
of Burd. 

LOWKLL. MA8S 

{J^ Monty to Lonn on Ool^ and Silver Waic 
«. Jewelry, llrv Qood>, l'i.tn<> Kortee, Boo- 
bnet, ''arriaue*. Uaraea•e^, .*tc., Ac. 

Tr W/tTCHBfBnd JswatJir neatlv repaire 
itid warrar'«a. 

. r r* Ktiaferu. Wennn *■ d Canada'Xom 
ought. 

N. B. — An endle-a va ietv of Unredeefflf 
•ropert- for "ale CHEAP. 

, L. b fclCRaBDeON, F. t. HICBARIMIoM 

taAdtr 

. PI A WO PIIKTEH. 



RIIGU Al 4;RIFKITH. 

NO.n MBKHIMAOK BTRART. ftOLF, AOP.NTf n> 

ALLKl DAVIH 4 Co.'t oelebrated Grand an' 
'iuar< PIAN'ttH, 'or wnlcb they reeeived tb' 
llr*t I rnmluin over all other conp^-tllnn- at lh« lat 
M< cb loic*' Pali In tbl* city, have nmatantlt nn ban 
an ll aaaor'm'-nt of ttie klHive-namnd maker* P 
Bio ort«a,ai *uuiufaoture>»' price*. waaaAaTart. I 
ever) fartlcnlar. t/i he the t-eo' Pano Forte* made 
.N. a— Pla»n Pnrtea and Melodenn* tu l«t. 
Lowell >nn« 4 IHA* leMI< 


irnpral Snuihrrii Land 4i;fiir}. 

No. 62 Broaowat, Nbw Yobk, 
Have Land* adapted to all purpoae* for aale and 
.'.?.•,''• w.M* r"'"; •^'•" t'"rt-.rle«, ^!aw nnd tirUi 
Mllla. Mill Mte*. Water power*. C'oiintry Storf» 
I amierlea, and openinga f..r all kind* of Meehan 

*■ u*^""' ''■'•'"•••'""•iil'offired lo peraoii* Kolnv 
-oulh either ahiicly or in coinmiiiirtlea. Call oi 
send forliiformaiio'i and CiUalngiie*. 

_: WIUOHT, CARTER A CO. 

W0L*THERN LAND, EMIORATIO.V, ANL 

■^ ^ PR DUCT CtlMI'A.W, • ■" • 

-Vo. 71 Bro idtotij/, near ft'iUi Street, X. J'., 

im-ra for aale 4.()IX),000 acre* of the flneat and roeai 
.nluable Land In iheNon h.rn ^Ule•, nt exceed 
In/y low prl.e*. 'I ract* from 11* oto W',uOOac-rca 
lotion pimitatioi.a. Farma, Mineral and Timbei 
Land*, etc. Iron Work* and Furnare«,Coal Land* 

-liver Mine*, etc. 'i llle* giiaranl.ed. 
^V. H. tiUlNCY, Secreury. 

FOR SAI.K IN ViH(;iNIA. M 
„. bt ALL FABICS JX 

ON JAMES R yr E R . 
OXB nVXDUED ACflES MXD UPWAnO, 

Rich " h. ttom land* " adapted to the cultivation ol 
train a-id Produce, well watered and eH*y com 
nunicnilon* with market*. 'I he climale here eiia 
•lea Fa mere to work all the winter, and Stocl 
doe* not require aiablliig vera month. Price. 
416 to 43a per acre, iirmulivy lo impruremriil:!.— 
A**ofur fale. Mill*, Mining Land* and Planta 
lioiia. Apply earlr 10 A. II. \V.\KUE.\, 

II MenhanU' Kxchatige. Boarox. 

>\ ILSON'P EARLY BLACKBERRY, Large 

Hwtet and I'ronui'live, ahead of all olh' i 

Bl ckberrie* in market, and nring* more money. 

rrlce per mail, 1 Plain. #2; Vi Piiinl*, fSl. / liil 

rirllihl-t 10 n/plH-rry.i VU\t\U, $1; 12 Plant*, $&.— 

.-end for Catnloirue* gralla. 

WILLIAM PARRY, CInnamlnaon, N. J. 

GEOliOP: W. isKKHY A CO.' 

MAMtrACTl'RKR* AND DF./tLeita IU 

. WALNUT, CIIES^A'UT, AND PAINTED 

•B. - VLBtiU. FUttNlTUHli, 
Rerrigrmlon, ttU'riuii. WarJrobrv kr. 

I < ad ti Hal ikC * • 1 Itt k. Hi ymarkei l^^aarc 

B' ».vroN. 

he /•merican *>ubmerged Pump 

\V a* awarded Tiro Mifl.,hnt ihe late Charitnbli 
MeihHiiic*' Pair, Itixioii. It I* the *linpleKt, mo»i 
durable, (Ac ;ic«l force 7unip made. Kntirely nt 
i'a*t Iron, ha* unjuiCiiiij/ or {t'lcLril rulrm, caiinol 
cannot iret out of ordar Dellvera f p m 211" yala. In 
■Jo.wt 1 iraia. per minute. Every peraon can be »uli 
ed accordlnit to hi* wani*. r-uilalde for farm* 
boiire, factory, elilp, and general uae. It i* an ad 
inlrabla- Klre Knaiie. 
At DEVKUhUX ft CO. O^nernl Avent*, 

16 Merchania' Uuw, Boaton. 

•I HW '^AL' M I >:0.»» 

rlRNlSIIED BYGOVEHNMKNT TO POL 

» DIblltj.— All who dialrean ArtlHcial I.c (f. 

unri\ali(d foi n.iw/i rl, < i.iin nir-vir, e, mi. my ai d 

.■le'jiiiiif, pleaae aend for a circular to the iS.kLKM 

L EO CO., fciaU ni, Mua*. 

krvllrr'N Iif. f«r th« n it 

Will re»tore Oray TIaIr to lu omni^tAr. coion. 
Irrniilheii* and /unmotrii the irrowlh o the weak 
** hair; »t<ip« it* failing out in thrielluya: keep. 
'I>e bend clei.n, co<d. and hiMllliy; can be u»ed 
ireely : contain* nothing Injurlou* TIf hmt H-'i. 
ltr*»Aivg rrrr nfirril In llii- piiblir. It I* r.'Com 
neiidt^ and ued • y the flri-t medical authority — 
-eld at II e drnif ■•ton*, and at my ellWe. No. \.\Z' 
Uroadway. N. Y. I aa-un all peraon* toe abovi 
,ireparatloii will do nil that la cl'ilined for It. 

tJAUAll A. OilKVALIEU, M. D. 


BIIiVSB NAPKIIT RINOSI* 

NAPKlV HIWGII ^^ 

variety and pnee. 

'are nnd -lewelry 
Manufactory, corner of Central and Middle atreet*, 
Lowell, Ma**. iiov.1><Uf 


MADF of pur* C»tn, of ever 
at BANBtlRVS Silver ' 


1866 DIARIES. 1866 

4I.,AH0E a**ortment of DIJJilKS\nn grviw 
variety of bi. diiiK. for «ale at very low price* 
for the tlme*,al BAROEANT'8 Book«tnre. 
decs City Uovernnient Building. 


The above i* a coriect 'ikere>'*of Dr. Feheack 
'akrn many yea.-* "fc** inimriy*tely after he 
na I recovered from Coi'i>unjpi ton, When ihe 
Sr*t wa* taken he weigLed 107 pound* ( at the 

reaent time *"•• wn, hi i* 220 pouuda. 


f- 


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[Copyright secured.] 

Dr. L'aiiisuu's ^fu^e Bemedie^ 

—FOB— 

l^pnial Diseases. 

INDIAN EMMENAG06UE. 

^CT Prepared eipreaaly fo 
Lai>iB*. and ia *uperinr to any- 
thing elae for regtilalirg the *y* 
tam in car* <f obaiructioi 
fri'in u)haUv«r cauie, a> d thete 
fore of the gre»'e»t value ti 
tho*e who mgv wlah 'o avoid •! 
cril to which "they •re liable. I 
taken a* directed, i' wilt *\n- 
any eau ewab— by tnedtetn»,v ' 
it 1* aUo ptrfeetty laft. Puli 
direction* aco'tnpany e<rh bo'- 
tl*. Price glO. (rr***MEM- 
B£R; — rhunudicxnr u i*nqi- 
«u -rprei'if for OBaTJUAif 
CMM». teltteh af/ CHEAP **medie$ of the ^I'tiC 
Kav* fmit*dlo '<itr^; <*i* thnt tt itvarranttd tn 
repr^tnt'd IN F.VKltV RtS-PHCT, or th. 
orict *nW be refundfi x,' BFWARK Ol 
IM'TATfONH ' ard eape'-ially iho*e i avlng • 
counterfeit of my Indian Ftpurt for a '*ecep 
rlon.— Non» V null e 'inle-' obtained at Ot 
^*a4'i$oi.'t,OJfle.. (Tr t"*"''* *■*<• v» A. crt» 
have board in the city during tre <f mit.f. . 

DlUREnc COmPOtjNPj 

For Dxf^tti o' tht Vrinary Organg ritiull 
ing from imprwlenee cau* ng tmproprr ou 
i-fiJiri/ii. hei.l. irit^tion ^e. It loniaipt tu 
Cofiaira, f'ubtb$, lurpent-n*. ot ny othe 
offenxive or tnj I io-i* otuj but 1* a aale, sure 
and pfeatant remedy that will • ure in one bal 
th* ti lie nf anv other, ot th« prtc to'llbere- 
funifrd. Tnu that b'<ve been taking Halian 
Copnrin foYmi nth* without ber.eflt. until etc 
*i'd p*le vxur tirea-h ard clo he* are 'a'nted 
wlih It* offen*i»e odor, throw it a«ay and »eii< 
for a bnlie nf thia .Vi«r« Remedy. It will nn^ 

Illy (*i4rr you at onre, but aUn c'eanae thi 
aya em from Ihe b ur- fi ll rruy* y<u have ken 

aklnif an long O* For fArgnic ca»e*, o 
mniitk* and even iron' duration, ii ia a (Kr- 
rt4r«. Try It otiet, and you will never taa'r 
•he dUyuaiing iraxture* of BnUam Caiai.-i 
again ICTl'n* la'gc b •tie ge'ieri.lly auffi- 
cient to cure, — Prirr tA« 

ALTERATIVE SYRUP, 

For Imfur.tieiff the h'ond re*ul'\ 



I -ARM AND KliUlT ' AND.", In a mild an<t 
In-altliful climate. Thirty mlica muiiIIi of I'hl 
Indelphlfi by railroad. In New Jeraey, on the aami 
lineol lititiide a* Baltimore. >%l 

The aoll I* rich nml ptfu/ur.H i-e.ynryUit from n 
clay lo a aandy loam, anltnlde for Wheat, (Ira**, 
Cum, Tobacco. Fruit* and Veiretabli *. Thi* i* n 
iirr-'l frtiil ei.tintni. PIve hundred Vineyard* and 
Orclmi<l* have N'en planted qui by < sperlenced 
friill yrower*. Orape*, Peaehea, Pear*, ftc, pro 
dure imnifn^e prnfll*. VIneland I* already one ol 
Ihe nioxt iM'antlfnl pincea In ihe United Htate*.— 
The entire lerr'lory, con*l-tlng of fifty *q>;ari' 
mile* ol land. I* laid out iifon a ifeiieral cyilem nf 
Improvement*. The iann 1* only aold to a<-tu*l 
eeliier* wiih provlvlon for pnlillr adoriiment. Ihe 
pliice. on nc'Oiintof lla vreat beauty, aa well a* 
other adv: ntave*, ha* become Ikf ri-furt nf pffrfth 
nf liitle. It ha* inrrraaed live thouaand pinpli- 
witliin the pnHi three y<'*r". ('hiirche*, Niore*. 
Pehool*. A'O'Iemle*, Poetelle* of Art and Learn 
tiiir A d other elementa of ri'finemeni and culture 
have lM>en introdiiicd. Miinilied* of people are 
conatantly *etlllng. ITnndrid* of new hoiiae* ar< 
Im'Ihk eoiiMrucled. Price of Farm land, twenty 
acre lot* iitid upward, 42) |>er acre. Five and ten 
acre nnd Vlllace lot* lor *ale. 

Krult* and VeKelaMt-* ripen earlier In tht* dl* 
Iricltlian In any other locality north of Norfolk, 
Va. Impioveil plnce* for aale. 

Openlnif* for all kind* of hu*lne*«, Lnmbor 
Tarda, Manufaclorle*. Koundrle*. Ptore*. and ihi- 
like; nnd t^tei^ Power, with room, ran he rented. 

Fur perAoii* who d<-*lre mild ^vinter*. a health 
ful climate, and a e<>od *oll. In a country beauti 
hilly Improved, alMMindlnit In frulla, and powcaa- 
liiir all iiiher aoelnl prlvllcKea, lu the heart of civil 
iialiiHi, It I* wnrthy of a vi«l(. 

LelliT* anaweret) and the Vineyard Rural, a pa 
per Kivlne full Information, and nontnlnlng lie 
purl* nf Hnlo-i l<oblna<in, •ent lo applleant*. 

Addr.** CIIA8. K. LAMHU, VIneland P.O., 
Land!* Town*hip, New Jer*ey. 

Frnm llrintrl ••r Solon ItuUnnon, Agrirvlttirni 
Eflltor of the THlinne I " It m one iiffhimniitrx 
letmirr irrlile Imrlii, in an nlmntt Inirl ponUt'iP 
nn'l tuit.ihlr rmiililion for plrniuint furminutkiil 
tee Uti-ito 0/ this lUleof'the IIV»<eri» frairief?' 

novl dfct4iB 

STMOlfDS' 

Piteat Burner and rctr«Ieom 
Fluid, 

CiAN be obuned In Lowell at the following 
/ *tori'* : 

F. II. Chandler ft Co., anl Mlddle*ei Street. 

R. F. (^lark, 2M Merrimack Klrect. 

Kilekiiey 4 l-poOurd, corner Bridge and Third 
Street*. 

1. W Whiitemore, 46 E**t Merrimack Street. 

Oih*on Bro*., corner Bridge and I'ng* btrevt*. 

J. W. Naab k Co., lUu Central Mreet. 

M. Ilemeiiway, 221 Cvntral Mreet. 

H Hi Orairge, fu Merrimack Mreet. 

Bohonnii M Barney, lliile'* Mill*. { 

J. Melian ft Co.. preaentl tllreeU 

J F. I'ulTer, Market Mreet . 

Jacob iMcbol*, corner Lowell and T>utton Ptreeta 

Alao at wboleaaUi and retail tl'KRBi'N NOVKti' 
Furniture Room*, Wand 41 Market Mtreet, where 
bI*o can be obialned * new and Improved LAN'.. 
TEKN for burning fluid. 

Wholeaale 1 1 eadquartora of lb* Bymond'* Patent 


PZIBSI PZLBS! PZI.BB 

. LL outward appilcntlona itrr limn thrown 
* aw^y. IlARKl.'-ON'S p RISTALTIi; L' 'Z 
KXGKS rrmoveihe cnu*t),vlz.— <>»t|veneaa. The) 
ire the only peniianent iiire nf the Pile*, eliher 
i.lerdlng or lillnd. For *iile nt No. I 'I'remoni 
I'emple, anil bv all IiriiKgl't*. or will be aent by 
mall on enclokli g ltd cent* 
J. tl. I1ARUI60N ft CO., Woprletor*. 

C7ATARRH ! 

DR.- WADSWORTII'd » MV III* ,. PURE 
CURE lor the above complaint, after all other r<-ni 
edie* have failed, fo nay Ibouinndaof thuae pa 
tieni* who have given it a trial. Do not heallnte, 
bnt procure the niidirine al once. It will not dl* 
appoint you. tiend >tamp for a |>amplilel all about 
I'alarih. Por vale by the Pioprlelor, 11. B. Bl'll 
IMNOTON. Prorlduuce, R. 1. AUo for *alu by 
Druggist* generally. 

.\n E**ny of ^'nrnlnff and In*lructlon for Young 
Men, juat publUlieii l<y the Howard A**uciatioii, 
and will In aealed letter enveloiie* free nf charge. 
Addre**, DK. J. HKILLKN HOUoIITON, 
Howard Aaaociallun, Pbiladvl, bla, Pa. 


J. 


CO. 


tmj/ri.dtucf. cav$iig Erui>tio^i» "r fA« 


Burner 

Boaton. 

eet4 


PeUuleum Fluid Co., 44 India titreet. 
PAUbON NOYEB. Agent. 
clf*M 



VMBNIXLAt AND PARA 

;M>Li» mad^and repaired. Cane* it 

Ivory and liol4..*ettiBg, Plaklag, Eat 

broldaring, Ac, .%•., a4 

DYAR • II17MIC STORK, 

4104Ltrtl ^tr44t, ttgt^4llf ndtt444ptl444. 

■I* 


H. W1N8I OW & 

[CaTAnLlaiiED I860.] 

100,000 Wiiieh. I. lb iim, i.vir.Arliclii.&t. 

v% • I •• li.'iOn.OOO! 

TO BE SOLD AT ONE DOLLAR EACH, 

WITHOUT REOARD TO VALUE I 

.4n<f nolfo btpuidfor unltlyou know tchutyou art 

to gut. 

\A aPLCNDID LI*T or ABTICLB*. 

^ r*cH 

lOOfOold Hunting Ca*ed Watche*, 4116 00 

lUi Oold Wfttrhe*. , 70 mo 

3ilU'L;<dl|*' Uold Watche*, 40 UO 

<hw l,.tdl«»' and (ieiii'* bllver Watche*, is OOi 

1,000 |{<'V<ilving C'aalora, IS uO in 18 00 

3,000 Dl inking i;up(4 TOVtolUIW 

5 OOo Oval HtMlchaad Oold BrBcelet*,5 nO to It) 00 

SsOUO Ve*l, Nock and Onnrd Chain*, 6 00 to 10 tiO 

3,tiOO Ladle*' Califiir. Diamond Ring*, 8 UU to 8 00 

8, 00 Maiflc Hprliig and Snap Locket*, 4 00 to 

lu,u Uold Pen* with bllver MouiiUd 

Holder*, 4 00 to 

10,000 Oold Pen* with Stiver EiUn- 

•Ion Caaei, 4 00 to 

8,000 bi'la Ladlea' Jewelry, 6 00 to 10 00 

6,U0U Tea. Deiaerl and Inbl* Speoni 

per duieii, 12 00 to 34 00 

6,000 Dea«i rt aod Table Fork*, per 

'!""•". 14 00 to 24 00 

4,000 Butt' r Knlvei, per pair, 00 lo 10 00 

8,IHI0 Napkin Ring*, per pair, 011 to III UO 

uLUO'i other arlicli;*, 4UUiolO 

CertiAoalea ef all thevnrlon* article*, euting 

what each one can have, are Ural put Into envel- 

opea, aealed up and mixed; aitd when ordt.'red,nr* 

taken out without regard Ui choice and aent by 

mall, thii* giving all a lair ihance. tin receipt of 

the Certltlciile, you will *ec what you can have, 

and then ll I* al your option to aend one dollar and 

lake the article or nut. 

i»iiebf tiiaee envelopea wlllbeaentby mall on 
receipt ol 26>«nl*; Bve for fj, eleven for |2; 
thirty fur 4ii ality five lorflu; one hundred lur 
$lb. 

. AOEKTH wanted arrrywhere, Oreat Indnce- 
nienia ui Ladle* and (lent* lo act aa aush. Fall not 
to oend for Ircular, which give* apeclal term*,full 
ll*t, and particular*. Addre**, 

J. 11 wi.n'plow ft CO., 
Ko. A.I Broadway, N*w York.. 


•uoo 

600 


000 


V R R 


1 W O T 
tMUMTAULM 


O .IT 


B 

CROUP a Y HUP I 

A Stirt amd S.tfe nemetly fur tk« Orottp, Alao, 
the very beM article In o** for Whooping 
Cough, Cough*, CoM*. Ac., for Aduluor Oilldren. 
Do not alvep without It. Uot a*^ by ike aroail^ 

Al4a<tara4i4kyX>rasgtolaf«MrBUyr^ ** '^P 


I'tttg^ron. 

the >*in , 
.^•Vira 'I'fitoat, Mo% hot'd Note ; l.ot$ t.f Hair 
lUd Soret. Steeiii gt Pant tht ttwe$,atto 
■III ofhet Hyni of an acrirr pouoti in the tyitem 
mp N • remCv ever di*r"«ered na* done ah .i 
ha> .leet' aPnievc^ bt thi*. It areri a Qentle- 
mnn from the Sauih. ttoppwo it \etepcrt. •md 
for tenich he prnettted Or it. toith iJfiO'i, aftri 
atony b-rn MtiWer the 'reclmrn' of 4hr tnoti 
emtnet.t phvti iant in Baltimore Phttudetphtn 
nnd Snb York, Jor fivm tkarr "^ ever de- 
■ I air of a prrroNnei t cure, no iratler h'.tt o'>- 
'ttnnte y w ente hot bren uiiiil you have 
hornuwnl> te-ted ht virtue* of ihl- ) otent A- 
tervlltte it 1* p epaied «;prc»»/.v /or t*ie pi r 
< o««, -nd I* iip e'lor to any other remei y lot 
*ue rnap*. Q^Uue Urge bott.'e 1**1* a motitb. 

NERVE IN VIGOR ATOR. 

For yervqM VeHhty ; Semftu^l Wtoknrt* 
I oti of PotoiTi Irtipnt tu.y Coutution ol 
I himght ; Lott of Memory : Irritable 'f» ler, 
Oh amy . Apprthentitint ; Fear; -Dupondeney 
Melancholy, %• A bllothir evtlx caut r rt b y *e 
ciei habt'anr esce^*ive indulwetire ICT Thi 
•wr« remedy 1* eom|>o«ed of the n<o«t aooihing 
atrenffthening - nd invigorating nieulclne* it 
the wholt vpgeta' le kingdom Inrming in com 
hinnii'*' . ihe nioat leifeci ontiit< te for tbii 
-'.'^nate (U*- uf iftalai ir* rver tri dlKcoiei 
ed It baa been *eM to every Riate In :h< 
Union, P'*iti>«l| cuii'g Ibouaat.d* who havi 
never irifn the invetiior. len'i^'lng them t( 
louHil hialth Neiviiu»»ufe'er ! wh>re»eryoi 
•may tie. don't fall lo te*' t e v|r ne* of thi 
Wi nderfnl Remfoy (L» On< ta>ge bottle l»*t' 
a mon h,— rritetiO. Thee K OCR Ulil 
KtvMKDlKb, art prepared ai my Office, an< 
tent by spr^«a et^eryicAerc, with full dIrec 
tiofi* in a aealed parkage tetue from obter- 
Mwion, en receipt i.f the price by mail. 

imPORTAMT CAUTION. 

([;^ ' houtandi of Pol'ari are" paid to 'wind 
ling quack* d.ily, wAicA la teirrte than tkrotu. 
aicy Tbl* come* from tru*tii'R tu tbe criep 
live advertiaemrnt- of men ealliuv themeelvei 
••Doctort." who*i on/yrec <min«>iid*'ioii \t.%ehni 
Ihty tayofthemtetvie. ((jT Advertialnephy-i 
rian*. in nlnt caaea • ut of ten. »'f tmpottort; 
andmer^icine* of ihl* hind founidl iii nrng iivrn 
B'C geniiallf worth le*K.—«ot up to ««/. aid 
not to rt«re. 'Ihe Sure Remeniet ran be ob 
tained at my Office only, and are w*ri*nted aa 
rup-C'cnted, ii. every ie*pe«t. i^r the prtee will 
be re undtd, Pe *nr>* at a diftancr may be 
CBred at h'^me in |A« thortett pvitthle Itmr, by 
aent ing for thim. QJ' ' r MattUon i* an 
educated phyaiciau uf over twettty teaia'ex 
perienre, trn in aeiterat nrarttoe until com* 
pelted by ill health to adopt an o^e practice, 
trea'ing all aeci'lenta rei>uli)n»i from imp'U- 
d> poe ll both *eie*. givliu < hem hi* % hole 
attettium. 94* CIrculai* gftinu full informa- 
tion, with un4oti^.(*W (ttft'inonia/*;. I'Imi a bn(>k 
on S^ecttti IHteaset, in a fUd eutewpe, aent 
Iree. O' Be ture attd tend lor ihtM, lor with 
oui tetttmonutlt no ttranytt cnu be fuated. 
Knel'^a a damp for pokttge, ai d direct tn 
pK. ••AT'I1^<»W, Ml. 38 UlSlUft 
tolR LT, FK< VIDPNCtC, K. I. 
anl [chfebl4] . dtfly 


VSTBfilMA&Y HUBQIOir. 

^. The under* gn*d havInK dl*- ^i. 

TUY^r'>*^o' hi* Uvery tUble, «HI. 7V~i% 
fT'\K I* 'be inlure, devote hi* time » *^*4\ 
Uf . I esoiaelvalv tn ll • tr*.,tn>*ni oi'..Xi^>-' 
the dlaeaae*o< all I>oni*«tla <ied Anim*!* Ordert 
kiiiaih * l4e*id«no*. High Aireet agaare, •erner 
•f HBriMt Btreei, Lewall alli \m pf^mptiy ai- 
leudedlA BUBIIMT WiHiD 

■ 4*pfe»b«ri4,ll4« *ei<i4i<*ly 


JfAT RCrRiyi n a *pl*n4l4- aaMirtmant of 
Oente* OAVcW at KMOWLKB Bltt >()', 
Bovi 114 Merrimack ctraet. 

SHARBAtlU.— Mb4*bel*«r*t oaalltTlBrB 


I>|{. SCHKNCK'8 

Priorlpal i lUee ai d Labor 'Hi v i« at the If. B. 
-nrnerof KIXTU aidCOM»>BHCB Mieets, 
Philadelrhi*- where all lettera or adilce or bu- 
*ine** »'hi>uld be dirrcitd- 

He will be fonid h.re every S/TTRDAT, 
profei^i' na ly to ex trine lutig* w th tie hea* 
i'iroi><e er. fir which hi* fee •* thiee dollera; 
all advice free 

In New York, at No 32 FOND Btieet,ev«rT 
TU'HI AY. f.fm « A. W. toaP M 

InBof on,M8 8I!MM1R SIRhET, gveiy 
Widnfa-t-y In m 9 A M. o 3, P M 

At Ba'timo e, Md., 108 Baltimore iti«4t, 
-veiy oiher Fntay. 

THE HISTORY OK DH FCHINCKPOWN 

r4t<K. AMI HUVl HK WA^ CUBED OP 

rON.-UMPT ON 

M iny yci.r*' ago, whilat re'MIng In PhiUdel* 
phta, I lihd iro^iCMrJ gt*i nail) into ihe U«t 
aiage of Pu.monar> Con*uniptioti. All bO|.eB 
f my recovery being diaaipaied, I wag adv acd 
ll) mv phv^ican. Dr. P*rn>h lo lemove into 
■ he ecu try. Moote*town. New Jeivry, btlrg 
my native place. I »*■ rrmovrd thither. My 
■therandall hi*f'mily had tied and died 
there — and dief'if Pulinoi arv Con<^nmptloii.— 
On mv airivil 1 wi * put to ti d, wheig 1 lat for 
niaiiv Week* In ahal wa* demtd a \n\it\eM 
coiditinn. Dr. Tborn'on, nhohad b«CB my 
iHthet'* faniily pby»ici*n, ard b*d *itended 
him in I i* IkKt illne**. w«* e*lle<. In .ee me — 
Ho tiiougbt my ra>e •nti rlt btyond th.* rtach 
ol medirii e, *tid decided tha< 1 niQ*t die. ard 
liBVe uie Ol e wet k l» arrHnge my- lemforal af- 
uira In thU r^trentlv bopdr** cnnditi(>it.I 
he*td nf the tci edlc< «h'i h 1 nowmiVe and 
•el. It • enied to me that I could feel them 
wor ing their way and penetrating evegy 
nerve Ante, and lUauc tif mv *v*ltm. ' 

My long* an liv»r pt<t iin a new eetlOB, and 
'be morbid mailer which ^or years had aectt- 
mulated ai d irii'*t»d tbe diifirint otgant of 
'he body, wa* elimaie i, 'he tbbeicle* on my 
ung* iipened,aiid I eipteiurated lr<m mj 
liini*** much >a * pint of >ellow otfea iva 
rout'er ever) morning A* thia »i|ierti.r*tii>a 
••f n<at<ei *ub>idid. the fever ..band, the pais 
efi m*, th> cough ce**cd to hkiaa* me. ai 4 
<he exhauatit K Mgbi-tweat* weie no longet 

iiown anil 1 ltd tefte.bing ••ie«p, to wMeh I 
badlongb'cna •iraiiger. M> appitlte now 
began to retuiii. and at ilip. « I fuuntl it dlifi* 
eui< 10 rr*irain m>*e1f i >g 'on Btuch ; 

wi'h thi* r-iuin of Lealib.I (v.nen in *i<eiiKik. 
*iid now am fl *hy 1 am n<>w a hraitby man 
with a la ge hexlcd of airix in tbe n;i( die lube 
of'ihe light lurg and the low«r lo> e bepatiaed 
• ith complete af'he*i«in of ihe i Irnra The left 
luiig I* fi.biKl, at d he upper li.be.or tL4 light 
iTic i* in a tolcial'lt he>l n\ c<'iidlii'.n. 

Cor Kiiinption ai-h»i time wa* thuniiht lob* 
aniicora le diaea*'* by rveiy one, i-pji'iciana 
«a well a> ihn>e who were unleirni-d in ii edi- 

iiii^^Kpecial V aucb oa*e* a* were led led '0 
the coin lion I «**in. 'I hi* induiei* mkny 
pe<>|<lr to bclii ve piv recovrrt otil) ten ttrary 
L i.uw prepared ai.d gave 'he medicine ko^ofia 
'<umpiivea f ir aonie tiii.e. and m*i.e at ay AOB 
de ful C'lie* ; anit the demand H'creaif laorap* 
tdh.tha! I (ll trni intd to ofit r the a to the 
pul lie, and <le«<->e m u dividid at ent ion to 
lung di>ea«e*. In truth, 1 wa* iiiBt to forced 

I) it lor pel pie would »ei^d f<>r me far and 
near, to arecitaiu whether tbdr ea«»a were 
like mine. 

For nianv yeara, 'n conjunction with Ukj 
(•rincipal oflite In I'hilani'ipbia, I ba<e been 
making regular protCKaional vitiis 14 Mew 
Vork. lio* on. Ualiimorc andPlMaburg « 

Fer aev'ral yrai* paat t ha e mane a* many 
«• li>e bundled rxaniination*, acekly, with 
tbe '* B«*| irome'cr." For *ueb eaennnatioa - 
my charge i* ihier dollar*, aiid it etikble* ma 

ogive e.'ihphtiri.t the true e"^dllioll of hi* 
I *e-*e. and tell him Irat.kly wLether kg will 
^ei well 

1 he gre*t rt aann »hv phytician* do net cure 
''nnkunii'tiin i*, thai tht) try lo do loo much ; 
the> gi>e nitdi iof * to *top ihe eongh, to *iop 

he I'Ight *■ eat*, heetle fiver, ai'd by *o doing 

he) ncr 41 ge the « b 'ie aigi?*ttve *)*tim, luog'. 

ng up 'he a-cietii'U*, af.d evetitualljt the pB- 
ti'nl die*. 

1 br PnlmoDlc Ryrup I* ene ol tn* mod valuable 
li.edlelM * Itniwo. It i* nuiiii nt, pxaer nlly lonle 
ind healing In il*elf. tt onnlain* n^ oilu'x, y*t 
•oo*eii* the I'hiegni In lie bii'i'(>b<*l tub**, tiKl na- 
tuie'biuwi It oH with ll>i|n eienioni ine biiile 
're(|iiently ciir«*an oidliiaiy ti'ld; but It will ba 
•ell fl'*ltot*k* ailoteol itvhoMtk'a Mandiake PlllB 
)0 oleaaa* iba >tuii.a»b. Tb* t'ulmualo ^ylap Is 
readily db cried aMi ab'orlad Into I'liaic, to v hloh It 

miaria ll* boaliDg piQ|>*iilea ltl*vb*ul lk*l>«*t 

I r'laratinntol Inn la D*e; I l« a |( aerial loaln of 
lieeli : end wlien th* reawM'd Tonlo dlp*nl\r* th* 
niiicu* in ibe sinmani, aid I* can led oB' by ih* *I4 
ut Ibe Mandrak* riiir.i hiaiih> flw* o' «f**lil«>ato*, 
giaid apt eiitt , and a giod oiirnniing l«|lo«. 

The Heaaei d Tnule I* a ttini.ilani, *i>d non* ntbar 
I* leguiied »lien It I* u»ed. It I* pure and pie**- 
anl; no tijd eflbct* Mia whro utinc Bonrbnh wbi^ 
ky ablcb dl'Oi(i*i* lb* (luinac h, t'liora lb* liver, 
tiak* up all Ibe aecre b.n* turn* the blocd Into wa> 
ter, rir'.ip*y ». l* in, and ibe pailcnt die •uiirtenl^ 

bonibou ahlaky i* r- cunr>mknded nnwa-dayl hr 
klmoti rverv ph\»loi*n. Many iiatleni* ihal vliU 

II y r•'0m^ both male aid female. *i* iipiiifled with 
lbla|ailsnn. I he rellel I* ten potar). Iftbeyoougk, 
tbe> l*||e a little abl«k\ ; if they feel weak and t**- 
ble, they lake a little whUky : |) ihey cai.noi sleep, 
the; lak* * Hill* whiaky; andibeygo on In tbi* 
wa« i*<4Ulnnii mc* and more •.■>|| ibey are bleaiad 
up, iind iniaiitno itiH) are iranlnK fleahv. Th* *toB»- 
acb. I'ver, anil •ilt**ilve |>0W' r* are oi>inp<i t»lv rt**. 
troyi d, *nd lot* their »\.\ etit* lor food. »o «iii* wm 
ever cured tf conKumpiiou 17 tl.l* iiroae**, wber* 
oavlti** bav* Ix en li'rn od in th* Iudm*. A little 
*litnuivnM* >rrqiieiitU b- liiflelal to cOhlumpUvea, 
*noh a* pur" lii*nriy nrgo^d alnei, li> m; ay tiasa* 
LoadoB |ior'er or boanrioutln mi'di*at* guantl* 
tin*; bit ' oiirlain Bhisky b«*l*ii* on, lu*taad of 
Ciinny <<oD>nmi Hon. 

Tb* baiiwi ed 1 onle 1 rodooe* laatlng r**nlt*. thor- 
oughly invikorai nil the >t"ni*oh kbo dlnefiive *y*- 
>a<n. and epablibK i' to el n.lnale anil make into 
haallliy blood iHe 'nod abiob n.ay la- vie^t lor tt at 
purpoae. HI* *o aonderrbl In It* elftDota th*i a win* 
nIb** mil will iilR**l a he»r y Dieal, and k little pfll 
token before ineakta't will nive a tuna U> lb* •toai. 
act. w> leb few ineoii'ine* po**ea* hi piiwei bltfciag- 

Th* MANIiKAKI'. PILI f ma- be taken with anili'a 
•* ety i>y all aae* and ooboIiI' n*, pic nclnr alt the 
geed reanli* iliai can t>e ubalnad Irom cali-nal, oi> 
my or tbe mei curia niedlcliiei-, and wlibonl aay ef 
their hnrttul nr ini'irinu* le.nlt*. Tbc) o*rry ootef 
tb* *y*l*m lb* k'cnl*nt and anrii-oui matter* l*oa> 
•oed aad dliaulved 1 v lo« faawcml Tonic aiid Pul- 
monic Byru;. It Bill lie *e*B that all three ol aiy 
medlolnee are Ba*4e4 IB aioat o**** te cute Obb 
Bbirption. 

A0RNT4. • x^ , . 

POItTtiN— Oeorg*(Mio<i4win AOai %<-'/ ^« 

IIKW TOHK~ rmo*. Barn** A Ue» . i '*« 

tAL,T1MUltK-|i. B. lUnoe. 

Pt7 <4BUno— l<r. tieorg* H. layser. 

OINOINNATI-r. B. Burry 4 Co. and Joha B.par 

UH lOAOO— Lord A 4mllh, and U. BecvlL 

~ t001t-<Mll4S Bras. 

kf Ml I>n«|tei4 Bad DMien. 

••»TB4Hfc«i|Iy 


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VOL. XXX. 


rX)WEIX, MASS., SATURDAY EVENI NG, JANUARY C, 186G. 


NO. 8746 


TIIK DAILY C»Ulllt:K. 

TERMS-SIX DOLLARS A YeiAB. 

Or (0.30 at tbe end of the year.l 

f^ single oople* Three oeuta. Jgtl 

STO N prit'm I H 1:, 

P OPRIRTOU9 AND PUBLIBIIRB9 
Olflcr, ai CKMTR4L STREET. 

lATKB Of Aliv KHTISlNf*: 
One inih of aptoa la le<iictb ol cuturnu, oonttltute* 
• "'yi'tae " 
I ll" 1 iv .. 
Twn dav* . 
"Vbree diy« 
Ponr dav*. , 


JITY ADVKltlLSKMl NTS. 


i>|IV 


f'f.Ai.'niH. 


to Comir.Ulee 01. .Vccuan 
Jtnunry I Ith, l^'l 


I'll* .eek ., 
Two week*. 


$' TF Ttiroe "C'-k* %\ K' 

! no One m'>n\H 4 '►• 

I 81 Two iiKinll* « S" 

, 1 .%-> Ib'ea ini. .lU* .... 6 .'>(l 

8 00 fix month* * rt" 

S iiO ' W"lr • nioiilb*....U CI 

(Paper nolinoludr'l ) 
Ppo'^'al H'tine* •«" c«'it< « li'i" : Unr* amonm* 
ll lit cents. Md charge le** Iban fl/ly ocnli 'or each 
iiKcriloi'. 

T«y> rran*lait AivanhemeoU payable In ad- 
-aiica; all other* iiuutflv. 

Ihl L'>W«!I,I, W-^Kgl.V JOKUHtL. the oHa*t 
ap' r It Mi l'll*«ex 'o'l ''v. i- pi 'li-'i 'I oti PiilLiAy 
4't IN'|\'<> al |IUI> |i«r ytir In jdvmca. 


i.t.>\vp;i.i.i pos r (jFl'ioi?> 

aoMHBa BAK. AaaaiiocMCMT. 
OpcD 'rem 7 A. M. to 8 P. M., Huanaf* cxcarrcn 

Bt'L* CICSI ViiS 

lio*ton at 61 ind ll| a. lu. and 9 p. m. 

^ oilSoru ui T l-t a. m. 

K^B'iiii at 7 14 »"d 14 a m.. and t v. m, 

I ' nf iJ. N. II., \' 1 iiufl III a m.. and t p m. 

Vauo leetir at 7 1-4 » ni.. :iii'l "> \>. m. 

N. a Vork ni fl 1-3 1 1 J. •. 'c.. » \: m. 

Worocuor a-. Iii a. m.. and 4 p. lu. 

Kna'.trn at 7 a m.. aad 2 n in, 

I avrencQ at 7 a. m., and 4 p. in. 

i^alem at 7 ivnd Ml a. m. 

Alt lo'.vn* Ik twean Oroton Junction >-. _, 

and Win'Ja-r, Vu. H\ 

rali'omi* m»il» overlund, everv d*v, atJl l>. m. 
1*. b «lej>niar, at mii. aod 2Sd of cacb uooU', 

at 3 p in. 

BAIL* oca Vrntf 

Pylot at V a. m . Ii p. m.and flj p. m. 

No.ihn n at «i p. m. 

KfrhuiatUn m. U and «J p. m. 

Ci neoid. N. H.. at 9 a. m.. I* (ii:il <SJ p. m. 

Vane iijatei at « a. m.. and h* p. m. 

; awrn ce *» 9} » m, a id 7f p. m. 

r.i'W Voik slti a. m., an<l Ii n. m. 

Woroealer alOf b m., and 7i |i. m. 

Kaitcn at 9 » m.. and flj ti. tu. 

Hi^ire at 4 a. nt., and 7j p. ni. 

All tnwna between OroU<n Junction >^. ^^ • 


V, IndBor, Vt., 


JOHN A. GOODWIN, P. M. 


Lowall. Oct. 10 IWS 


niaceMni UBT* ef the aeveral fani.*. 

* i VI.r.TON BANK— Monday* nnd Tbiiriiays. 
I I'V. KLI, hA^ K— Mondavi' and Tlmrvlay*, 
MrRCIIA'ITH BANK— Monday* and 'imu'adays 
I IK'' ;(nT HANK— Monday* iiiil Thurfday*. 
IIAI' 1'<»AD HANK— Tn'fdav* and Kridnya 
\.' 'I'mT RANK— fiiewlAv* mil l''ri<I»v* 
Finsr NATIONAL BANK-Tuei,ila\» and Prldayc. 

far war* en me «:ori>oratiea*. 

vteea piver lait Haturday In each month— Ait.iietor 
B Kcbeiy, Macblue Shop, Rnlbilk, I.owbll and Tre 
• ai'nt. 

Week alter flrit B»liirday— Bnotl. 

We.oii a'ter laat Hatiir-lar biit dih. — llamil*.on. 

Weex atlor th* thir.l Saturday — Ma«»achu*etti 
» . ' I'rotcoll. .... ,. 

h uuraay Imfira the 14th— Merrlmacii. 

'Second Raliit lav In each mouth— Uwrcnee. 

^I'^t Kridav aflnr fourth Haliiidav (.r^aMi mnoth- 

Flr*t week In each m<^nth— Itollln VnMo Ann* 
Company, Wllley blreet. 


nta, > 

". \ 

ORORnEM. Tiikt i.ereariii '.ue Uuarterly 
Sklarv BIl'*, 'ittly ii;il'f»'e !. bcoreaent*'. 
■0 the A'lJif r or -.r hef'iit- tbe •/-Hb da; ol 
M.ir.'ti, June, Si.Tit<rabc.', nnii Decemoer, and 
b&i they be Dayi^r'e ^m] 'be li:i<l tiny of thr 
ri'xitn next «U(:u*t Ung. 

^(1. That all I'auper Dill* be presented to thi 
Vu'litoi on or hef'ir?iiic'iS»h iiy '>f each nioritb. 

■i'i. That ill rither 'iill« be m-ii<? u?. to in 
ilu'ic the lastdiyof '(ic tn'>n'.li. ''-'J tLat, il'ii} 
ippravc'l. lUe) be prc^icnte'J to 'he • Mt.Tr r 
T be.'ofc the thiri! 'J • • ' f the full-ivtinc 'uoncii. 
10'' '» n.-iVuljleoii lliCtco'J 

All Mil" preaentP for (.avin* rt inui'.t «ti«'C^f> 
rhht il.'-.'triicic- 'ir 1 tul:-- Here li.i— tiid. hei. 
'>r Irtbor, whi.n-ii va* performed — with propei 
;atei 

Itim* cSiar«ed fo ditf.'ret" Appropriation 
hoiiM bemat^eout nateparaif IIIiK. 

AT Rill'. ri'tt iresenti' ai.'i .iiprove<'a*abOTi 
fill lie nve' iinlil the 'levt mopth. 
CYI n« ♦•. l.M'MAM, 

hkN';y u «*'ir iii'.ii. 

T'.p,\J WAl.K"Jl 'Coram.itee. 

JOTTN pi^MlsO.V, 

J.V.MF.^ IwKXT ' 

XT' I' lie yudttor » Office i» in Cltj- Govern 
me r.t Buii>liug. t>fiice hour* from ti tc 12 a. m 
j;id from 2 to 6 'I'c'ocV', n. m 

OKO. (JAIIMNEK, Auditor. 

CitTof Lowell. Jan 11. I8'6. ianlltf 


r, cosT-^Lio & CO., 

nr M.nt* in ''^ 


Emporium of Fashion 


ron 


Zj4DIEs and children, 
Mrs. L J. tRnXFOUD'S, 


5o. '7 Centrnl htroct. 


liow ell. 


\\J IIKUP. may be found every variety and late 
* ? Impirliitio'i of 

Drc** nnd t.'loiU TrimmlnB*. Kmhrolderle*, I.acoa, 

K'lKl'k'*, <'"rd*. Kibl'Oii*, .Net*. Il.'iil*. nml 

Uiiir t)rn inient., til'iv.'* m'd ll.iiiu-r)-, 

Ildkf*. Porte Mnnie*, <;nnil.*. 

and In fli-t cv.ry dc.irlptl.) ' of l'".i'ic.v nrll'le* Hint 

f.i.ncetin.Ur tbl* heading, too numerou* lo lucn 

^"liVwe nl«o pay vnrtlciilnr attrntlnii to our 
WtUtSTKD'l' parlincnl. wlibb I* inw imd Inri';', 
an.l every color and «li;ide iilw:u*'>n h m.l. W <■ 
ni.i'iuf ictiire ..II kln.l* of ^^■'"•".!; '.l'','''"^'''"; •";.' 
a* llie,ikf;»»l .Shiiwii., Sonl.ic*, I Wlliglil", Illgolcl*, 
Uuuj#, el.'., in the hitial Htvir*. 

AVOOI.K.V AND COTTON' VAUN'.-i 
In a'l color*. 

Caaaock*. rioak* and l»r.'K*e» cut nnd mnde In 
the lilt ■*l •lylc 111 *li"rt m.tli'c I'V iin . X|>irii'n.'.d 
and r.n.liio'1 ilile I )ri -.milker. P.illern- f'.r ..ile. 

LDwell. Oct. e. 1*15. '"•"''"' 



A. B. RICHArtDSON & CO. 

mm" on.n r<'*pectfully cnll Iho nttentlon of tbC 
WW piiUllu to their ex'iuiialvu niid carefully •«- 
lecleU *locK of 

Uoutb', Youths' and Boys' 
rURN^SHX^a GQODS 

Our *roci< I'mbrm-i'* nil 'bo varlmi* ifradi'* lo be 
found In tin., nii.rliit, nU'i In »l.vl<' of Cf I' und UU 

UAiiiLir^' I* "111 >' I" •'"• *■' r.v t.< "1. 

Jt^ I'artliulnr alU'iiiloii I* caib il lo our »tock of 

OVBRCOATS, 

which I* KN I'llCKI.Y Nl':\\' ii'i'l iinnitfncturcd for 
till* Kail atnl Wlnt.r irnde. 
Oiir*lorkof INOKIC OOOOs uUo I* full, and 
enilTii''! * i\ hirtfi' vnrlilj' of di-lr Me good*. 
We *li:ill alao keep 11 large *liick of 

III). K «il.l»V N *Mi» MIIT'*, 
Including all gr.idr* from a clir.'.p arllck' lo the 
l)i'«l niaiinf.icliiri'J. 
•.•\V.» »h:ili conll lue I" ii''t iipnn tbc principle 
of'lirinC SAI.KH AND f»\l.\l.l. I'll' M'Trs.' 
anil liy ciirrfiil iitlentlon t<i the wiint* nf our cii« 
loiiiiT* hope lo »eciiru ttfultahure of pulillr patron 

'"i". n. ntritAHP«o», JAMK* Mri.viN. 

Hepl. nth. ISOS. _,, aeptUdlf 

ncMtaiirniit rarlMieii, 

>o. 4 *vi?<ii:ii I'LAcI':, 

HONTOV. 

L _* The flrat i>Im** I'UKN'CU UKSTAi: 

fitTtCl K-\'N"I'. ilinbl' ll"' inaii.'iui'iiiitil nf MON.><. 

Itiilil ''• '^' I'L'V •"<('. •"'»*"'' '* c oriho iiioHi 

Xv*W^ j,„|,„|„i' ri*nrl* of the <l:iy. 

Por»nnH wlin di'Klri' tn i'ii.)i.y tbe (n^vnntnifc* of 11 
PAHf*! VN tVvfK, nnd tbe luxrli hoC Piif,N.:ii I'onk 
Ing, will Und no iiltice iIiIk kI'Ic ol I'ltrl* that can *o 
r*s.lll>' fiirnlr^li tlie*e nitVaiitage*. 

llreaki'aKt from H to 12 M. 

jlr.''il(ta"l "t t il'Iril'lKilr at II A. \l., 75 cont*. 

Dinner rrnm I In 4 P. M.e7.'\ cent*. 

ItrrnkfaKt, Dinner ami Hiipp.r ./ /<i<!rtr<e frbm 8 
A M. till 11 P- M-^ »' nKidi'lale prirc*. 

/•iirllfH who wl«h to have dinner* nr *itpper« 
eerveil 111 the Kremh fa"lilon and bc»l *lyli', niu> 
them nt the "hnrli-l mili'i"' ,, ^, 

M. IIL.VNC; hii* tlio honor to notify hi* nniner 
on* palr<in». Hint bii lia* .lii«l rrcelvi'.! from Krnnce 
dlilVri'iil kind* of llie l"'"l Wine*, inipnrlc.'. .lere I.) 
hlin*elf. I'erHon* lU'.lil'iK lo try lliciii may c.niie 
to hi* Ke*laiiranl, and. n" he Import* liU wine* In 
•auk* and bottle* ll hlm*elf, In' I* alile In ..Iter It 
c/i'.i»»rr and ./ n IbetUr qwilily lliiin nny oilier 
hoiiac In the city. ... . , ,.,. 

lliiliinliuin tlf loliille* nml l'itU», mIHi or wlln 
onl tniffei, *cnt to any dl»laiu'o In the cliv or 
aoiintry. ni«yl2dtf 

I Hnner at tiible d'hote at fl, fl .25. 

may 12 *^f^ 

For Bale, in Tyngi borough, 

a a A farm cmlnlnlnB twenty acrea.ttilrtaen 
^J|^3ll of whlcl: Kiiiv.'red wllli wcmd. TlielMilld- 
TjJ Jl*( Ing* nro n.'w and of modern »lyl*. The 
J'.i.'l*' abiive I* altimted «ll mile* from Lowell, on 
the main roail lo Naahua, M. H., I lir.'e fourth* of a 
mill' from TyniCNboro' Village and utiu third ufa 
mil" from tlin Depot. 

K<'r further Information Inrpilrc of .TOHKPH 
HAMnLKT, Ko. LIH Merrimack (Jurpornllon, tVil 
hnra «tr*et Lowell, Uaa*. marildtf 


FI'IfVAfKiJ. triUVVS. Kiri'MKV KtntVI- 

Tl UK, I.KAl), f'll'PKI!, .\M) i; \I,V.\.\- 

l/.KD litON l'IPI':.<. « 'i|'|'i:it |'IMI'.S, 

lUO.V hIVKK, KNAMKI.ED A.NJU 

hlAMl'I'D W.VUK, ei<'.,.'ti'. 

Furnat'o V./ork. Fumn Work, 

1J.V JIOOJ /yn. anl all ki'.d'. of .lobbing and 
lUpairinir done lo or.ler. ^ 

.-.(IN rn toil 

J. A. L\Wf>ON'S 

Cilebraled 

Bfvrrllbfr Viuf II <i \\r Fnrnafi*, 

For Aci'hri'citT nnd Bllumlaous Goal, 

Klvc *l7i^«, •ii!l!il,Ic fnr In'nth L' D\v< Iliiiij Wiufve, 
h'<:h'>ol*, ( liiir'-lii'* ami Publi'' l!niMing'«. 

One rInKS.: exaiolnutlnn of tliir. Kiirnare will at 
niire convince irif |«l'«"i'i tli.it IT" at c'i'ijii.itny of 
I''ui'l I* Hci'iiri'il liy It* pnnli.ir tonal nir'fii'ii.'Wiid tin- 
mijnrlui' tnaninr ri wlilib it i> in i>l<' '.ml nnninteil. 

\Ve eliillii ll* "iip'-t i .1 ilfi ovi r all iitlnT Kiirini' 1* 
>!••»' in liM', and fiir proof uf our u*nciti<j|i*, oiler 
llic f'llliiwl iir pMi'ii'i.. : 

l*t. In till' ciitintriii'llon ofitili. rnrnaf', no pfiln* 
IT rxieii".' ll." tii.ii H|i.iri'l I'l iniik"' It a', near per 
f.'l a» the *klll ami IndL'nii'nt I'f Ilii' In.! nii-cluiii 
|i'« would illi'tiite; ami |irlni'lp'"» nf It* cnna'riic. 
tlo'i are nihIi, tint jn t':< Inn N i<( tlir iiionI un 
fMlli'l III ••inh nialt.ro ll will i-lniw It-^ Knjin infilif 

ov^ r all ntlier Kiirnare., on ai- ml of It* 1,'rvHl ra- 

ilialinu p'lW.r aii'l ('. (Hilling .<f fiil. 

■Jinl 'I'lnl nil aiioiinl iif the Miin'rior mnnnerla 
wlili'h till' l'*iiri!.a''<' I" in.i'li' an<l innantol, it Unii' 
Iin ly fn • frnm the leak.!.'.' nf <;."i. ' 

•')iil. I lie ur.'at amount of r'.'liatini;''tirfa<'.- vehiili 
lid- Kiiiiiih'.' Ii.c, winri I'V tbi' ulr '" '"' In'atfil I* 
mi, l>r<iii',di| in cniilai't with any iivrlK-ati'l 'iirf..- 
•■ra lo viilate nr di'*lrny Hie vi-taliiy of tln-altiniH 
till, ri'.ttliii'll we ;iri' .•iiipi'lled too olli'ii t'l breathe 
from iivi'rti.'iit.il Kurnai-.*. , 

41I1 Tin- .■•mipi. tl' I'liiiiriil wli!h we Ifave nf Ilia 
Kiti ' .it'i' .'» r.'K ir'l- it* • iinil'iiiiUi'ii. all"«l'i/ ii» Id 
dl«p<'<i*i< with all chi'"k dralt'., vi'iitllatnr*, plpi< 
duiipir*, 01 any ni'li •••inirlk im.' f'TlIn' |iiir|><»<<' 
nr<'.iiitMi!llii|{ <iV linl'llii:/ tlii' f1r<' I'l ' 1<^'< k. In llii* 
Knriiaee by IIHi' of llie ilr.lll >i •I'llur nnlv . we li;ivi' 
at lll| tll|i''« p.lfei'linlilrnl i.f tlji- llrir (Wbli'll •• 111 
not ll' nal'l ••( any other Klirnaie m.w in nle, wllli 

• lilt tin- alil nf m'lie one of ill.. a'li'Ve ineili'ini'l 

I iinlrlva'iiio.l no lliat any p' r-"n I'nn ta'.e eliatui' 

nf ti.i- l-'iiri .. iilioul' the liability of UllinL; tl,.' 

liiMi«e with Ign*. 

till. 'I'lii' Ural' I'l ll* nrraiiLrnirnt U •o nlc< ly 
lial ini'vd, tliHl a ehll.l •■nu •>!<• r..i< M wt.li . ..»i j ji 
i« |li.ini..l piTli'il anil cnVi-iil' nt uT ili- i-M'r p:! 
In n Kuril HI', and *" 1 •ini'triirtr^l that ll •an I'l- U ilf 
tiiini'il. iml tin' 'iniii'r* nnd »liiu thai mruniiilale 
ran III reiiiovi'il liiid Ihu gr.itu brought back to it* 
prnpi-^' poKirnin. 

81b. riii' jiiii'l'. "f the Piirnace nre In «il''b prnd 
Ilon tliht tin' p.'H'klnir I" m' lir'iii'.'li! Iti <'.pi,',i t w ith 
a'ly r'''l lint »iirf.i( <■-. lu'i- ■iiiii"illy It li- m.t iii'C' " 
Kiiry lo h.iv It I ikiii il'iM 'I .'Very y-ir nr !«•• a'l.I 
re pinki'il. on ai'i''Minl ••ttln le t bi In.' .Ii i-Iu'V 

• ■'1 l.\ the iii't'.on nf lb" lire. Till* Pnriai'i'. 'I'l I'C 
•'..H'lt of til'' pi 'iiliir •'.>ii'.'rm'lli)a ■»! ili.' "I ("and 

II III'/.*, will inver iHidIo be rep.ilriil, beiiiir In 
fi'-l '••'If p ickinif. 

\\r have *el up feveral of |l"'*" l''uriiB«'ea fir 
•iinie xl' iiiir ni".t pni'iii'n'iit eilUi.'ii«, uiiU 111' y 
nave yiviii entire *iili*l'aetloii. 

AiillNT* I'llt TIIK 

,t>\ii{.Tionr cooKiN'u srovF, 

Tlie benl Move In tlw innrliit— <vvy one giviiirf 
pi-rfi'cl *'illMlaellon. '*' 
Iv'Otiopilcnl I" 111!' •■"ii'-it nptl'iii nf fio't. ami ran 

III 111 ofMTallon: ciiiieinlentiy arrini'ni f.ir '•nr'il'W 
eilliir Wi'i'^l or I'lial: lurji' and wll vi'ii'llalrii 

• •vi'ii; .iiMir* lined wllli r.ili'. Inri. ami all p.irl* 
llinr<>ni;'it\ lilli'l. 'I'll'' pi iti" of tlilf. M.i\i' ari' »'■ 
i'nii'<lnicl''il and eiiiallirid til it i'xpan»l.iii and r >n 
ir.nil III nl till' IT" 1 v.lll ii'il •r.i.'ii lli.'in ; a'"l all 
the pari* are *|reiii»tliened lhal come In Imineiliale 
cnni.e I «illi tin' liii'. In f e 1. no I 1'' 'r or .'vpi'io"' 
hi:» I'li'M •pal-.'.l 111 iniUlhi' llic ( riifH^br tin' nrit 
l,i-*l (\i.iKliiii Slii: ill llii ,11 iri.it. ami ••in' that ha* 
no iii'i'il. i hi" t'fnve hi* taken tin' lir-; priinlnni 
at tlic .New VoikbUlu Pair I'ur tli>. liMlllire.i cull 
"cciitiM' yi nr* ! 

Tropic Parlor Ftovo, 

A *plenili'l Parlor >'tiivc, conildiil'itr Ilcaiitv,r«c 
fuli'i -'< and I'.i iinn'iiy. .\ lil'ij'' ami cniivinleiil 
oven I* placed on lb.' t'np, whii'li npi'rat'* adnilra 
biy ; till' .irr.iii'.'i'ini'iil fur biirnlni; coal t" very *ini 
pic ami emnplele. Klre may be ki |it Hie entire 
aen-xin witbtml tlpp^^^fb.- tniie. 'I'Ue nrn I* lined 
with pori. lajii, ami all IIh iippnlntnii'iil* are "t the 
imi"! p'Tfi'it nril.'r. 'I'lil* Stm.' U v<ry iniii'li ad 
nilii,'il fur till' lii'iiiiliriil aiidLhu*ti;iniiiiiii'r ill wbl.li 
ill 1* oriiainenlvU. 


i- 


. Air-Tight Stoves 


Of beautiful palterii* nml eleiinnl dcHlgii* for aale 
ut rea*ii;ialili' prircM. 

OIT!?L Wbam I 

e^ Tt wnnlil be iiiipirniKin* t" *iy nnvlhlni{ 
/^f}x. 111 n L'.ir'l In III'' ipi iMy "f niir wirk, a'. It l» 
•\,5p>a will .-f ililMud fact lhal we do 'lie hi -I 
^>r wiirH o( anv »lin|' In I'"' ''i'V' ''"' f<>*TKi, 
t.n nml I,. ■'. W viil.lMifOHti have f.ir y.'ltr* main 
talni-d liaillnu p'mltlniiM In the trinle and llieir 
work liii* iilwiiy* giviii entlri' «atinliii'lloii. 

r. CilslKI.I.U ,S; n)., 
110 Central, oppoaite JuiUfoii »trii't, 
oct^irmi Lnw.'ll. 



TTIF iJJtICAT GKR.HAN 

HEILMITTELL 

en ao NZ c cii t arrs 

In the Ilenil, Thront and Noae, riniifh*, Clold* 
lli'uiichlll*, Dl|>lilhcrla, nml the tlr*l *lat;e* uf 

CONSUMPriON. 

..For •alp by all Drni{iili«l*. Prlre ♦'.' n bnlllc— 
•^nr « ill' Hi whnle* le by Weel;* Jt Pntli r, 170 
Wa'.hlniilnii *lri'i't. (1. C Ooo.lw'lii fc Co., ^IH Man 
liver Hireet, ntid .1. \VII*i'n, 1,18 \VH*hiiigtnii m., 
lliiHton. 

ttead what Mr*. A. 11. Wnl*on, of No. 11 Mid 
illi'«i'X «tri'et, Lowell, *ay« :— " Ilavlntf hieii af 
lllili'd with n *evere enmili nnd catarrh, and liiliiK 
enred nf It by Ihe ti*e of ihv Crr.il li' rmini lliil 
mi/^ /, I deein |i my duly to make tbl* piihlli' iic 
kmiwleilgnieiil fur Ihu benefit of tlin"ii nlinllarly 
afflicted. Mr*. A. U. WathuN." 

oJtKT dntflm 

SomethlDg Every Perroa Needs- 

SIlIUT.DRAWru ANDPTOrKTMl TIOAUDS 
for drying purpoae*, wliiih will eiilireiy pre- 
vent *lirlngnge, made to order by 

D. H. KIMflATL, 
nov3d3n WBmr*ll Htenm Mill*. 

OAOR Ct'r.tnV. ot atiperlor quality thi* day 
n received by .). .^ .J. M. I'KAUHON, wbolenule 
nil retail dealerf In Fruit nnd M'. I. llooda, 
ct31 l.bl.k Liotk. M.atttik titiit. 


LIFE A]\D^ FIKE 

I.N.SIIUANCK .\i3KNCV. 

MusHUfhilNi'ttH .Hutuiil l.ili; loa. Co. 

Sl'RINOriKI.D, MaiIo. 

IIouiv liikurii:!!'*? ( otiii^rinyt 

N^.w YtJiig CiTV 

UAriTAI $2,UUa,00(K 

llMiii|i^fu Fire ln*>uriiii«'e (.o«, 

.TKIBftKIKIli M*(if 

I'ity I'ire In«urnnf« C'ompany, 

Nkw havks, (;t 

Home IiiHiirHui-i; Coiuimnyf 

V»w IIavhm, <t 
Albany *'it)r Tire lu«. i'o., 

Ai.itN V, N.. Y. 

rreatiott J;'ire .Hnrinc.luHiirance Co., 

Boston, Mav* 

Don bi''*ter Tire InaarMnct* < . 

Dorclit'Kicr Wtitu»l Firr Insuranrc Co. 

(tuiBcey Mutual Fire liiMirHDCo Co. 

(>rfi<e, 'it ('enirnl Mreet. 

JVUKMIAM .S. FOLSOM. Aoekt. 

Lowell, Ke'. It. IBOi. fcbl» 


B Ursr.N KSS CAR DS I 


-Iv 


MARKED DOWN 

PUIDS, TUI BETS, 
Pttl.VTS, ALIMCAS; . 
ALL MOOL rOPLIXS, 
DLL IIMS, BALMORALS, 

-^ANDM.VXV 
OTlIi:il GOODS 
BAVE nEEN MAilKiiSJ DOWN 


J. o. jBpaoxir, 

IlKAI.I'R IN 

C OICK FAniLY GROCERIKS 

« — ,VM»— ' 

*WEST IJNDIA GOODS. 

T)iebi«t klnj. of 
rLOL'Il, IJITTKi;. 'I^A. .''^lOAU. . t-PICi:!*. 

<;oi;.nTKV I'liODici., 

anil nil ollur g'lod" usually ki-pt In a flr»l cla** 
l.roriry.^^''ti^n' aluay* nil Imml. 

Ko. lii&^l::ftTItAL hTttUS.T, 

aept2'.'dtf cor. Cliarle*. 

~ .r. t;. KI VI uaMm • 

.VrTOK.VKV A.NLl f<)i;.N>KLLOIl AT LA A', 

Office— '> and n UarrUtrra' llall. 

Corner of <'"nlral and fiirrii'ia:k Kin., — rippoilte 
the PoHt omre, I.OWl.LI,, V.VSH, 

:rrRiii). 

ItEr.i>. dly 


llAILKOADS 


BOSTON, LOUFIiTi ANI> NANIIHA, 

tlTOMV IIHOOH, I.AWf(K!MCI£ dE 

aAlil':.>I l<Ali.IlOAI>N. 


S^^»2^ 


marS Ry my Clurk, J. W, 


J5AM.'L. D. BiLLIN(i3, 

WMOLKrlitlE AND KliTAII, IJEALEH II* 

KOUi !''N' AN'I) OM;>Tif' Fll- li. PRE- 

SFHVK-i, PICKI."!*. CONDIMKNT-S, 

CONfEUTlO.SHJiV. CIUAH.S, 10- 

l;.\ ;0'>, Ac , Ac. 

No. 109 CenJral Street, 

decl2 i.OWHLL. ,MAS8. dly 


H* I201?7nRD, 

bKALEK in • 

From.. OAI., LIMR AVP rUMFNT— r»1elned 
and Onnind ri.ASTKH— Uri'l*. U'lii.. Hairaial 
Sand A' ..> MahiikaiiV, i.t'bt r\, Ulack Vi'.iniit.Wliiie 
W.KHl. Mai'Iniiud Aaii LCMiiK.l'.. V'j^'}, I h,ircu<.I, 
tnlhririte and Biluiiilnuuf < OAI... 

\%'harf We>tern A venae. 

Orders ihro'igh tbe Pott l^tttce proai|itly altead 
ed I- 

Lowell, October 27, ISfll. OctlTdly 


\ 


—AT- 


iii IVlrri-iiiincL' ^treei. el I 

novU •.". 


3:n 


Cloaks ! Cloaks ! ! 


A rniME ASSOIITMKN'T 


—AT— 


J. ^i. R»<I\V.\'.«I, 


♦•IiOwoU Stoam and iiaa Pipe 

Works," 

II. R. nABlCKK, rroprictor, 

DriLBB in 

ffUOUOHT IKON IIPK. -TKAM AND 0A8 FiT- 
. TI.Nfiil 

kild FIXTri:K« of ey.TV ilc*crl!itlotr. — 

tgr Buildh'.te beaded by SUiiun or P^'hted by Oai- 
on roiiBoi'ahIo tern.*. 

Work! Mlddle*e» Btreet, 

St/irc No. 8 Central " 

•ep'JUi Lowell. Mut, 


novH 


G4 Merrimack Street. 

•.Im 


Cloak Goods. 

A ±.AUOi: >*T<^CK 

NOW OPEN' 

And fer ealo at LOW rillCES, 

AT 

~ J* S. BROW^'a, 


orti: 


JII(iiim<k street. 

•Sid 


FOR SAT.r, 

• J A rerv dolrnUli' nali'.i'iicc on Mbldleei'X 

|C^.r^ *tri'. 1. f.'ivviil ar till' l,;.l .y'lli' llnii"', 

[•JJlj. enn»'.tltiif nf a two nry fnnni' linio..' '.'f 
i!J»>*>: l,y 3.' I.'.'t. with I. I by" -JO l.-et, conlalii- 
lilL' li wi-il lii'i-hi'l rniiii'" : an"i'\.i lli'iil i • II ir. a 
Well of p ir^' Koft water; n wood mIu'iI ntta>'he'l t'l 
I'hl' 1„ II ;;i.i.il hirn 'Jl l.y -ll f.i I. .Vlliiln^l in the 
fnnit ol till' li.ini i- a sj'in-l i«h<'l I'l by nl.'il. The 
lot cniita'no'alioiil :i4iifnn arte nf i'MtI'iiiI I md 
Well Kliirkiil v\ illi lar'i.' hi' iriiiit frill' Iree*. ifi.ipe 
vine, ciirra'il*. it'"- The h"ii«i' i* convinle'illy nr 
r.liiited. room- larife, nnl I* very plia-.intly *itii". 
l.vi. Prici' ^-l,"!! '. Kiir f'lrtl'i r |.iriiiular« In 
(luirc of Ihe huhmrlbcr, on the pteiiii*i*. 

t' D. ni: AD. 
Lowell, Nov. 2Mh, IRO.'.. n.'^ Jnl.:i.i1' 

FOK SAM;!, 

IIORiJKS, r \KI!IA<1KS ANU II.VKNESSEi?. 

M» OoihI Drivliiif ll(ir»i'*; 

O 4 g'l'iil Itonliy Hark*; 

6 gnnd llii/L'yi-. 

AUo, V large lul of icconil hnnd_Plcl h*, .TTar 
ne-«e., etc. MOK:iE & <» AOl-:. 

Lowell, Oct. e, l««. oetrtdtf 

CAUTION 

To Foniniei in Dolica'o Health. 

nK. DOW, Pliy«li'lan and 8iirk'i'"'i, No. 7 Ki- 
nt.oTT St..' li<>*To>, I* coimiiiti'^l daily f^ir 
nil dl*e.i*.'* iiiel'lent to the li'inah' *y«ti'in. I'rn- 
lapxili Uteri or Kliior .\lliii», Siippie**l.in, and ntli- 
er nieiiMlriial ib rainri'mi'iiti, an' all tri'iitid on new 
p ilholoirlral princlpl.'*, nml *pi'i'ily relief irnaraii 
tei'd In a very few d.iy*. So ln\ .irlal l.' <'i'rlalli I* 
lllii. new iiinile nf trr'aliiient, that inii'l nimtlnatu 
ennipialnt* yli'id imdir It, and llie iillliitid pi'r*oil 
HD'i'i ri'inl'i'i* In pirf'it In nllli. 

Dr. Dow ha* im dmilit hid greater experience In 
the cure nf dlHi'ai.e« of women than any other lihy- 
(•li-iaii In lto-li>n. 

Iliiardlnu aeciiiniiiodalloii* fnr palleiil* who may 
wish to »tay 111 Hi)i.loii a few day* iiiidir lim Ir.at 
liii'iit. 

Or. r>ii«', *lnfe 1''4."i, liavlne conMind hi* wbnlc 
ntleiilloii to an iilUie pniilii"' for tlie ciiri' of fri 
vitte DUiaKix and Ki male ( 'mnplitiit*, ai'kiniwl 
eiltte* no *iiperliir in thr riiili'd Klate*. 

N. I'..— .Ml letter* ihiinI ettiitiiiii one dollar, or 
tiny will not be all•.^Vl•r••d. 

OlUee lioiibvrroni s A. M. to 9 P. M. 

llimUm, Aug. 0,1»f.J, , atigltiWtavilf 

si\r.rii's sv:nr«u 3]A( uiives 

Wll. UYAR, No. 41 Centre! Street, 
» Lowell ban the exclu'ivc il.'htlo»oll 
and line the*e celebrated Ma<hiiie« in thia ri'y, 
•a the reeurd at Ihe Patent Offie Khow*. Per 
son* withinu t 1 o'tain thc*HK!.T and moa- tco 
NiiMiCAL ^iwiiip MBchino In u*c will find all 
kii 'U at his atore, and at tUf loweat price*, 
rjiher for C'l'.h or «ii time to *uit all parties. 
January I'l. 1**3. junlMtf 


FOR SALUJ LOW, 

A valuable llnrKc, Top Iliiinry. Tlilffgy 

TVagiin, nice Slel»fh ami Ilarnii*". Illaiik. 

el" nml Uiilie*. Inquire nt It N.'.fOM'd 

i'ur filorc, 102 Merrimack street, 

octar ^. ■ \ dtf_ 

White's Army St.'mulant, 

WAUUANTED TO CIKK 
CATABKi', 

NERVOTTff HRAPArilE, 
BUHCTIIR'iAT. 

, nnd »iriITIII!.RIA. 

Prf-jiared by 
*eptO R. WIIlTR'liOwell.llaa*. 

RRED ANU liHAHIMG IN IKMINS 

r^OUcnlenlAMoH fiANIlOUN'fl Jewelry end 
* itilviir ymao M^ufnctory, 
deeU eon Central and MIddl* *t*. 


C. B. CODURN & CO.. 
COMMU, SI OS MKR CUA S IS, 

OKALEIt IV 

fiprRM. wiitT.F, LMtn ANr> r.ivRFFT> oil's 

Pol' AT J, Wll BAT AND COKN KIAUCU 

Faclorv Lo.itiier, Cniihri. l-.i'lcr CV'tli, C'ardn. Pick 

er*. and all kind* ;>' Maiinfactnrere' Bniplle*. 

PAIXTS. OLAaH, VAI.NIHIlKB, Ac. Ac., 
' 4 A S tlechunlc*' Dntldlng, Unttoa SI. 

LOWiiLL. 
». coatntii, A •■• coBC«». 
faDl« 'III 

c asHiru if MACK , 

bimxa* 
^ T T n 3 , n «J L L W W A r. K, *c.. *c., 
tbwemont Biorv cf 2d Cnircrealiat Cbiircli Market »i 


C. P, TALBOT i' CO., 

MAitcricTcaaiu or 

DYK WOODS AKU CIIKMICALB, 

CItT M*rli«* '**nat, i^weti. 


0. P. TALBOT. 


iclltr 


Tuo*. Tataoi 


MORRILL q SON, 

XASuriCTCcaai or 

PriutittK B tl k M 

ror. CARD. BOOK AND NKWRPAPKK WOII. 

ALao, cvxur VAr.:KTT or 

»ANCY CNKH, GOLD Mi;:i{. UlUilvZE, VAhNISH. Ao 

%o. 1 t.'J Wi.ler street Uoelen. 

'I1.MV2L MiiaaiLL, Uao. U. Hoakiu 

r«li| It 


WILLIAM E. LIVIKG£TON, 

naAicii iw 

COAL, WOOD, LUJR, C7MEK'I 

PLASTER. BnrcKS. HA r. gkaix, 

FLOVR, rfe. 

No. « Thormukk Srr'.EET 

B0v6 LOWrLT. lU^H. dt' 


.<?. HicHAnnsoN's 

•>¥STBR A.\0 Rr'.FItnsllMtNT SALOON, 
Ifi and 18 itlerrimack Street, 

r*ro door* tiolow Central •troet LOWKLL., 

MEALS AT ALL HOURS OF THK DAY. 
• IT'Oorned P^sof. n»m. rblckena, Pies, Cak* 
frnll aad Coi.fdciionery, Ci'ler Uiiftralaud boda l^a 
tar. 
CL*M CnownFTl ..VPT PittnrdiT. 
:J.J^ Parllo". aixuirpitv'.cto 1 on r.t»»nn«bl« t'^rm*. 
F»mlicp»iij'p'.l'»<i rith Oyntcraby ibo 'i^ait ur gallon. 
Load! .Ir.lyfi.l'i.ST 

K A '•I (I ('. t. 


n. -.-.OOP, 

C O M M 1 S 1 (.> N M R li C II A N T. 

AN'I VVtliil KNAt.B IiRAI.rn IH 

FLOtTt GRAIN. FKRD ANU QUANO, 
tn YlARKKT ST., tppa%He Mnrket llenae.i 



WMtek 



'I^H't «ttbacriMcr» i.innitfnittire an'' nut up 
I IRON KKNOKRof the mhihi de*irable pat- 
tarns .Uld mupuuiou workinannhip 

rUNiii%<; .\ M \<'K, 

Not. 123 aod Vlli Market «<treet 
inaT2d" Losvell. Ma»*. 


CJI'ION A tO.'.S LINE. 

Stoam from and to Quoenstown 
and Livcrpojl. 

The flr«t clnaa powerful Iroin Stc!»m*Wp* 
MORAVIAN, ^■|'. IlltOIKlK, 


•KUl VI AN, HI'. 

NOVA SCDITAN', yV. 

NOIITH AMKHIi'AN, ST. 

AVill *>ll /■/■'>»! I.iri rp'i'U and 


P.VTIUCK. 
ANDIIKW, 
DAVID, 

\cir y..rl- every 


^ 


week, calllnuat Qui fiintuipii to land and receive 
panf^'iiuer". 

Hate* nf Pni«*ni;c from Xcw York, paynblo In ' 
Currency, 

rablii tOl, lite*rae* 930. 
To Xcw A'ork, very T.nw I! iti'«. 
l'a**eiiirer* fiirwartleil to Purl* and all Ucrmnn 
port* at vrrv low rale". 

Kor |ia**auc npiily to >VI1.I.IAMS JWIUION, 29 
Ilroudway, New Vork, or 

O.MrNAMAUA, 
No. 7 Mn*enm ntiildlnif, l'OWelJ.,Mtt«*. 
N. Tl.— Airenl* for the "Old Ula'k 8tar Ijfiie " of 
Liverpool Packet*. mayddly 

White's Army Stimalant, 

WAllllAXTED TO CUBH 

CATARRH, 

NEHVCUH IIKADACIIE, 
feOM * UovT, 
\ 
nnd ini'IlTilERIA. 

rrcpareil by 
arptt £. WHITE, Uwell, Maaa. 

KNOWT.EH nitOS, IU Merrlmnrk atre.'t.keep 
cm atanlly on liaiiil a ||*O.I ap.nrtnieiit of Ihe 
COD man* llOOTH nnd ."'III 'MS. New piiir* 
given when any radical delect nppcar* In a Boot 
or Khou that baa b«uo but lllllu woru. ocM 


TJTZ 

M'lMiAV, Drc. 4, Hi'.— Ta*is« l«4vb Lowct.L 

|.,«OII P.oilon 7 UO.uj.SO. 9.311 A.M, •U.15. 3.1.'J,"5.'50 

• oil Vit i: M. 

PorN.iX'MA *ed i;r'iH>r Kallroad*. fl OD, 8.49 A. M., 
I.O) ^i.il-ytl «.QJ I'. M. 

Kor Wilu.n.8.yrt a. .\l., 1.00 and B 01 P. M. 

Kor Omlo'i Juii.!ll«n 7 'K). 1 1.4^ A M., 4.45 P. M. 

P'T Lawrence <>7..'lD, lu («< A. M.. U.4S ana 9.19 P. U. 

PurHaleniT 29 A. M. •.imp. M 1' 
* Or on arrival 01 train Irnm NK'-bua., 
The tnjiiH'nr H'l-ny Brnnk, 4<oed« fer >'a»bnaand 

all up[«r lUia • leavi 'Middleeex Miraut fiepot ouly. 

TBAfa* I.EAVa FOR I.OWEIL 

fro.n Ro.ton 7 'lU, tUUU, lU.iiOilJ. M.. U M,2.S0, 4 00 

and^.MiP. M. III... 

Fr..ai Viuibna 7 W,0.<"i, 1141 4-M.. I.qo. fflOOP. M 
rrji.i Wilkin 8 00, 11 II \. M., ,1 *i P. M. 
PiMiii Oroton Juii'.tinu e.:.0 A. M ,13 ii ann Il.t9 P.M 
K.om Lawrence H r,', A, M. Ij.tr, 4.J/ .0 ■ (I3)P. M. 
Pr.m Salem 11.40 A. M., .I'lO l'. M. 

t Noribirii I'i'P' t 

joii.-? n. wrirrsLow. nnr'i. M'*ioii. 

V. li. t<'<iLUHK,Li«alK.ip-tL n^i.u. 
8*1 ^m and ''t'.ny liiok Puid ., LoWfclL 
Nov. »9, 1809. novSS Uf 

i^OKTlIKtCV 'uAILItUAO. 

WIN TER ARltA.WdF.MENT. 

ON and after MON'UAY, Feb. 27th. 18f5, 
Pa^iSftiscr Trail., will run a* followa. 
UPWARD TRAINS. 

.■*! nil Trniit leaves ro-cord at . J 4') a. m.* 
(nr White Piver .Innc'ion, ron ;.'Ctii (j with 
traiu" for Well* Ri'/er. St. Jol : (-bury. Rar- 
ton. Newi)rrr, Willo'ijKby a' d .Mason Lnkes. 
.'^tAnefead, Bnth. Lflile*r»n. L»i!e«»ter. Al««. 
wi'li fr i;iis fur M '■.'peiier, But.inKt^'n, .St. Al- 
b»n«. K'.'Mca Piiint, Montreal, O^iicii.borph 
ard thf We"!. 

Uriwfol 'PrHin 'etvrs Concord at .3.30 p.m., 
for Franklin snd -irj^t'd. 

KvcniiiK K'xprrsM Train leave* Concord 
at y,.l.') \i. in.» for White U:v r Jjiaciion, con- 
npctiriR tvifh tr.ifn f-^r Monfpcl'er, Ba'llnir. 
t n, St. Albin*. K')4Y«*« Point, Montreal, Og- 
dtii 'lurK, aid the W'fat, 

•Or c; arriva of tr-iin* from 1?oirtcn, Wor- 
cester, Foriam.uth, For' !i»nd, .Vf. 

l>t^W?fW^AHl) TU.MN.S. 

fllristol Train Uavrs Hri»tol /.r Concord 
at H 1. m , .I'd Prifiltlin at '2 'a in. 

t *'ttil Tram leave* W'niteiAver Junctiot j 
f'lr Ci)iL»!or'l a' IJI.Sp.mjtjt on arrival '»f 
traia. over !'./• Verrnnrt Cpntril, Pajgi;'.^pfcic 
au<! Wl.i'e M nil aiu'i K>ilroar1a. 

nn\ Knprf'.s Triiln li^avpi White r.ivpr 
.ruTic'int! at 4.'''H p m.. ..r. on arrival of trains 
from .M'.ntreal nn'l (ij('!eft..b rgh, l5rattlebor- 
ouuh. Kf-cne. Ril'ow,' Fa'ls, Windsor, \o., 
cot.i.eetii K at C'-.-ieord wi'h train for Mancbta- 
ter, Nashja, !,■ •..■!; an IV'St n. 

tThene tr.l a'"inncct at fJont^'T"! with triin* 
f'.r Msn'cbci'er. Lawrrnai.', Port«mouth, Port 
land, N'u'^liua, Worcester, Ntw Jfnrk, Lowell, 
an<l Boston . 

■ ONS.i'lW STRARN8. Aircnt. 

Concord. N. H.. I eb 27. Ibii hbil Al 

CO .V CO HI/ Ann I i.\Ut IO\ T it. It. 
CO\TO(><;oOK RIVEa IIAILroAD. 

C!Af;^ ITtr tllP^i' RiP'.lt^ irbn in co'.nectioii 
' wi'h Pars I, Tcr the Cor.o'.r'l, N -Imh anr' 
W.irof-tcf. Na'.biia und Lowell, Boston and