Bangor Daily Whig And Courier, December 13, 1866

Bangor Daily Whig And Courier

December 13, 1866

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Bangor Daily Whig And Courier (Newspaper) - December 13, 1866, Bangor, Maine .BECEMBE 13, 1 JER 142. WHEjELBK not likely tobeti after the holiday eii up iA the Senaje lit will probably ass b The Best and deapest MERICAN LLO whenevar Tbo Annual Mooting of ithe StooU Register o "Shipping. questic n "of provi that ping voa origin- red in MOKNJNOS, Bowman1! Block, End. Bridge, on iru. Lower Floor. 1 4.C( 2. Of ?or Year. Six Months, for Threle Months. IN fhe Bailor Weekly (ourier 43 FOBLIEiBBD. KTKBT TCK8DAT, (t tho Office of th Dollars per WHEELER 4 LYNDB. ..PROPRIETORS. WHKCLXK. S M. PRTTKKan i. 10 8UW Street, Boston, nd 37 Parji Row, tlew York, are ao thoriiod Agents R. NlLKS, trect, Boston. Snbscriben Your SabsoriptiDn j !3aily Whig and Courier, at Two invariably ia advance. 50 Bh 51) Kb 30 Bb 25 Bb On eo 4W PI 'nov 8 JIOBH H{ LTNDS. Vr receiving Adv'ir-tUementa and S ibwriptions for tuilding, Subscriptions m'tstin all aasesbe in advance. is marked, wil ae time for whio they paid has finding Court BUSINESS i RING No.1: BART] C MtBltflNG the n aximnm e! and mor fact They ar rideb Cfifl ncv SB C( new wheat. heavy We item I IxBra ir FOR K, Boston No..l neV Clear fiO_RK. Phiiade pbia Ejjtra Mess KEROS ENE OIL. A.T IIfew STORE. ner otWa ih Irjfetonj and Ezo ,ange la. so call and {see for yoursel HOLMES Dye THE! Ljrgest and 5eat ApsortmeE MATH itiALS, a u nil articles coi with, is I BK. iljty and econo n 600 being i i use: iti: RpS. sale'. Addri si Woods. BEEF, SMITH. ofiDTTElNG IDBURY'S. PORTABL LA.M! ENGINES, Dcscri] withfthe mini) nujj1 nuurfii) All -wai aatls- tiyo circ liars gent on J. C. HOADLIY. A i. (Lainenoe. j uency, mm of ably dura- eight nown, Bank or Bangor, f6r the choice of. transaction- bf such other business come" before them, will be held at 1 room on TUP 8DAY, the 8th day atSo'clookP. M. T. S. DO "Bangor, Peo. tm Oronq National BJI TOCKHOLDERS of this Bank ar notiflejl that their Annual Meeting, for the ol ictiorj of a ard ot Directors, will bo hold at tt ei room, MONDAY. Jan'y 7, '1867, at 10 6'i E. P. UUTL R tm 'aders National IHE Annual Meeting of the' Stock 10 J. Bank', for tholchoico of aBoa'rt and for the transaction of any other btuioeBS leg before them, will bb held at their .Banking R on Ti.iESIfATtho_ eight day ef ASK, iasfil ,ETT, ode, B DIALERS West Indidl Goods land1 Groceries, Cornj Plou: Jleal, Pork, Fish, Larfl, Butter, Molasses, Tea, (ToffeeJllaisins, Spices, Tpbaccos, Of AXl> Ft All Oqotend to do BO, to 'keep pcacti in iach respective Co npany. Tho Ma- rine Co: npaaieb of Now York. Sit public ition o: the I have subscribed ,o it, using it as a book o: reference, and it was approved by, the Poard c f Underwriters in 1857; A nthony B. Nelson, Esq., Pi esidcal and Elwood Wa tor. Esq., Secreta- ry. fc irtainly consider the prelensions of my late employ ics and their confedcratei fraudulent, illu- sury, ai d urKMed. THO J. D. TAYLOR. it' I he' nndernignott, bein'g familiar with (She A MBBK AN LLOYD'S ONiVKRSALltKGISTBBOl' SniP- PINO. ccrt Harding, do approvi and recommend tho san 6 as worthy of full conn; once and support of the i lercantjile community omcjEsa OK iNSUBAnde GO'S, Ac. Gomez, Wallis Co. 27 and 27 outh. Lawret i Co., 11 B.I.H Tragk 9 B.W. Qameroii. 23 William 'P. fDSt, 08 Snow Si Burgess, 66 Moses Taylor ,t .Co., 44 Howard A 4Bi inwall: 54 Fabbri 4 Chauncey, 42 Walsh AyinarA Co., 34 and 35 RlchaW PuBuck, 29 Hargous 33 James E. 57 Tucker, Carter Co., 70 William A. Sale Co., 4G Sutton Co.. cor. Sturgesa. Clearmati Co.. 110 W all street. C. H. Marshall 4 Co., Ss'Burlingalip. I D. 4 A. Hingsland A Sut Broad st. Bnrstow ft PoBe, 98 Pine-strcot. William HalsAy WatlB3ale and Rdc and Cooking No: nov28 2w HOWE'S StatiArd. Scales, L I December 1. tfKK. JOSEPH W. .ission JtterchantS BMgot, Me. cut 'End KtndusKeag Bridge OOD8, QEOOEBIES fcOVIBIOHS, SHIP ExohuiceSt OppodU Pen. Exchange f KOBEBT TREAT, i JOHN PTRANOB. BEOWN ssion Merc STREET, WASHDiaTOg, D. 0.! lir to sale of ITE OUMBEELAND GOAL, Cetfient, State. Brioke, Potatoes; Con, Oata, Ae. Hectloci made in this city, Jc through jwndents in all pfcrts of United ligheetralej of obttun- Tor VesaeU DMpatoh. All fJlaims U iiutrtha Chrremnent promptly oelleoUd, A. RBROWN. A. Agent ---------_ oar Correi pendents in all States. Pitn o "any other bust less that maj DecfemW ir 5th. 1866. NOTICE. MATTAWAMHEAG LOC neztliegi la'tuqafor authority to ro structlBttri 8' and booms upon1 the riverjand for such other addiuQnal be necessary to secure a fund for the p i: aame.iand a uniform assessment an tolls. JOAB W. PALMER, Presidentof the Corporation. lose r5si- i T r71 Batigor, Nov. Revenue Stamj MAINE 8 of all kind REVENUE STAM hand. Sold at tine same rates Johnson Hi {gins. FowlerAWovi. 28 JE -------'Main {Street, leiegrapliOfflqe S GOOD IH COLL ughot t tt a United States and CarJaflas.' t i-ooms, or address ANDGA A large i of F4H JILLS di skloag I ridge IA GOODS and RlSALELOW. ee if Ichargein any part of (be city 7 ERGUE BARB Wig-Ma n' prip a, by ALL'S LIME received fresh, eviry b fl r' luripi beta re HOKDAYS. or. KTOHT and igandSmallPro Mercantile HlMhrnd St. QE] I'S 61 EN FWffl Great fiednction in Price of Scholarsliips! -4- i LIFE SCHOLARSHIP IGOOD IN FIFIT COL- LEGES for tho full] Commercial course, v i inehidiE g Single and Double Entry Bo ik-keeping. i Spcncerian Business Penm'ansnipl Commercial Law, Commercial Arithmetic, I Commercial Correspondence, and Actual Business Exercises. Gehtlem'en Ladies. j 25 Local Scholarship! Good in tho Bangor College for completion and review of all tho above branches, and exchange- able for ChAin Scholarship at option of hplder, by payment of.'difference inlprice. 75 75 1 00 1 95 40 1 RO 25 For one square (amount of IS lines this type.) For one tnree time i in I For one square, one jreek, each week's continuance. For halfTsqnaie, one time, For half-square, three tim a, For half-square, one week each Week's continuanjoei For one square, in .Weekly, three time each week's continuance, SPECIAL NOTICES. per square for first week per square 'for jpontinuonce. f DODBLB COLDMN AnvEETisBMKNTS. {inserted at the ratel of Special Notices." continued three timet a ipcek at two-thirds price; two times a week, one half price: one time a week one-third price, x i 1 Advertisements, where tho time of insertion1 not soeoially designated, will be continued until otherwise ordered. All Transient Advertising must be paid (or in advance. i i 00 20 00 lip Club Rates. f i 00 00 20 00 Two at same time, each Five at same time, each Ton at same time, each Parties purchasing Fcholarships at Club Rates, will 'be allowed Thirty Dollars for them when they -wish to exchange them for Chain Schol- arships, I Parties desiring a thorough Business Education should call and pxnmino our course betoy entering eUewhore, 09 it is more thorough, (uHBIMporthan thatof.nny other reliable similar character in the country. -i For Paper, College Speci- mens of Penmanship, please call or ad- dress Bryant, Stratton Lakin, BA JdOR. ME. December 6 3taw2w I NO HUMBUG! Doapatqhsa to th6 Evening 'llmeg. i r Surratt to be Offered Life if lie Confesses all Interesting from I'exas. YORK, Dec.! 12. Tho coroner's jury in the case of the nine persons smothered in the Division street ten- ement, house, found that thof tho rebo an of firm Union rna. situat busbar d sent_her that h( would no country. Dunn the war she was and on returning that h'o bad fallc Bun. I to deyote herself men, Iby becomin tian Register tol 'Often was sb in her walks to boys the stud tb (Jr'awn closely ar ted pity instead social ------V-could bea ened her only y refugp in a blac order! from Pfss was 200 killed, 400 wounded i.nd bctwei Can ales losses all toll was about 1QO. It was said that Eacobedo boasted tjhat if he Lad succeeded he would have crossed tho river into Texas and whipped out tho Ya'nkees. i _, ..j _ i i The big apr classes of Mexicans did no( re- gard' Ame 'i'ean occujation of jMatamel-as jn a friendly light. "i I The evacuation of the Impe- rialists and its occupation by'tha1 Liberals is' confirmed. foreign News by Illness of Informer Against Love Bonle by the Tiroopj Berlin, Bee. 11'. Governor ATneriban Ambassador, i? ser ,of Wright, Iho: ously ill.'! Eorne, Dec. 11. -Tthe rjian :whognve the information whiofy lifd tojthe arrest of Sur- ratt is a French Canadian, named St. U uric. He. was formerly a Unionj soldier, nnd f fter- wards served in tbo Ijapal Zouaves. Both he an'd Surratt 'were in lovol-with ,the mme lady in Washington, and St. [Marie bei ray- ed Surralt thrdugh jealoisy. He says Sur- ratt told bim that Mr Lincoln's a'ssassina- tisn was precpncerledplot, that ho caried direct from Jeff. Day is! Cabinet at Richmond tbo principal details of the plot to Washington, and thai, thoj assassination was not only in accordance with the desires of Davis' Cabinet, ,but wits dorio by their di- rections and orders." I Rome, Dec. 11. This morning tho French troops evacuated tbo Cnsilo c f St. Angejo. The French flag wasirun, down and colors hoisted' Tho 29th regiment has left for Franco, j The Pope will Civita Vecehia ten; days. LATER. London, Dec. 11-J-cvcning.' A quantity of arms intended for tho use of the Funians and thefittinga of a gunshop were seiz- ed to-day at Ireland. Tbo steamer Boli the Modway on susp while OT cruiser. A largajqu kDtity! of munition and 30 ton found on "board tho s their wayito ror has peen siezed in cion of ieing a Fenian, arms and am- 9 of gunpowder wore earner. on the 4t March year ther lafter. It Dec.) 10. The bill passed by tbo Ho ise to-day sip ply proi idea that eac h Oongi oss, commeno the 40th, st all hold. now made ent rely of the i it three sessions next fcnd every by a vote'Of 128 tb 29, tbe'negatjvo1 Vote being bill it Ite us in General.' recent Court field at tho 'gn nd jur sand pi esentm Ohio Kailroac revenuj laws i freight Seven thoua wore rscehtly icd in f keg ne [sland. have bulonged dpringUhc w.a Tho largest to ono'individ prizo during lately paid to snip JVIarmoda phis, tho sjiare prizo being The Ohio PC dred and oigh in ita walls, h fifty moro tha hns been a stea tb inmatoa of tho wak A hotel nounces thai room, contain pf standard use of patrons Since tho ye first ascended twelve fatal of the mounta the present ye "The work U the railroad bridg across the rive Tho great Ohio at Cincin passengers on walkcd-ov Mrs. Harp said t Tias been lectu rights. Tho "United don Times, h world. All the rats been destrovei Tho Boston elevator for th "Youpg m asked a "Seven dolia "Seventeen give you thirt "Seven dolJa replied seven dy, sharply A Washing story concerni Count was one an ex-rebel, Ju said "Judge returned the can admire me names." ocle perfeck so Archimedes person who ii jfection, answe ingale herself.' Ifiyou are c of that wortji Ha who.seU was so! critical o her ftiends, tak't up (arms tho nab! to whole four ye o to hear fron Alatjama she in the first battle o proknisidgj Aisj him, i rnedl Bull! solved in her dqsdatiojnj othj welfare of the freed-j their' teacher. The Chris-', ttie story: _ icoied at and oven stoned' nd from sdhool, rude; ts of an academy in sad veil of her widowhood und her might bavund by an old hun the Mississippi riv The treasure is suj o some rebel who nount of prize mo 1 for tho ca'pturo of 10 rebellion is 'is ommander Budd, o for capture of ll of ordinary seam or itentiary -two convicts confli ng about one hun at this time last yqn y increase in: tho iustilution since tb sk rietdr in San Frar has opened u "larg 5 five hundred 70 ks, which is entire nsco an- readinig umes 'iof for tbo 1786, when MontJtlan jy SausBure, there 1 avo dents during the'aseen Six of a thousand men for four scription upon tho mraenso wbicb has just been erected at Havre de Grace, Md. ispension bridge aing; tho tho s jwors of Viei na bavo >y mo ins of green i itriol. ns are! going to erect a largo ;rain'and produce t 'ade. what's the price of this eaf old lady. was the reply, j." i il s, ma'am, is tho price of tqo e j liars 1" the old l'a- hen-I'Hjgive you ijve t" I i n correspondent Mils this tho Count Gurowilh. Tbo in a heated argument with ge -when tye suddenly I admire "Wbyi" dge, "I cannot after you call me' such hard roared the Oiunt, '.'I g zat is perfeok, andjjyoik afce ndreU" 1 I, oing naked to go ana heiari a tated the nightingale to par- ti "I have heard tbo nigh't- quieted ,th thje.tbiqg should eo disturb piy- self and and tranquility of his vanity, ganerally sets down the suggestion-of h What is the in bonnets eetpit, if not the latest thjing to r 1 1 m W NEWSPAPER! ;