Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, January 7, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated January 7, 1867 Page 3
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1ATEST NEWS BY TELEGUAPII TO THE PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. -—---—' Monday Morning, January 7, 1867. WASHINGTON. Issue of national Currency. impeachment of the President. Veto ot the Negro (suffrage Bill. INTEBiXAIi BEYENl'E RECEIPTS. THE CASE OF THE ASSASSINA TION CONSPIRATORS. Washington, Jan. 6. The total amount of fractional currency • printed at the Treasury Department last week was 3275,013. The shipments for tho same was as follows: To United States Depository at Baltimore, Md., ones and twos, $50,000; to As sistant Treasurer at Charleston, S. C., $40,000; in fractional currency to Assistant Treasurer at Philadelphia,Pa., $20000; to Assistant Treas urer at Charleston S C., $20,000; To National Banks $98,719.10; total $308,710.10. There has been issued from the Treasury Department during the week ending to-day $18,400 in Na tional Bank currency, malting the total amount issued up to date $300,755.35. From this is to he deducted the currency returned, including worn out notes, amounting to $2,145,932; leav ing in actual circulation at this date $298,009, 410. Amount of securities held by the United States in trust for National Banks, reported to day is as follows: As securities for circulating notes $340,303,158; tor deposits $38,963,000; to tal $379,267,100. Total amount of fractional currency redeemed and destroyed at the Treas ury Department during the past week was $202,929. The receipts from Internal Kevenue to-day were $933,028.18; making the total receipts for the wbek ending to-day $6,955,297.50. At the Bepublican caucus to-uight, tho sub ject of impeaching the President was consider ed. No conclusion was arrived at. The 30th United States Infantry left this city under command of Maj. Dallas, for Omaha via Chicago and Clinton, 111. A grand banquet in houor of tho 52d anni versary of the battle of New Orleans, will take place at tho National Hotel, on Tuesday even ing next. Most complete and perfect arrange ments have been made, and the President and his cabinet and ex-Presidents, Generals Grant, Sherman, Meade, Hancock,Thomas, Blair and other distinguished officers have been invited. Hon. Francis P. Blair, Jr., will preside on the occasion. The President completed his veto message on the bill to regulate the elective iranchise in the District of Columbia on Friday, when it was read to the Cabinet, and the whole ques tion thoroughly reviewed. Gen. Grant was present during its consideration. It is stated that all tho members of the Cabinet excepting Mr. Stanton agreed with the veto, he believing that Congress had the power to pass the bill.— The message will he sent to the Senate on Monday. Although no definite action has been taken in the case of Dr. Mudd, Spangler, Arnold and O’Laughlin, the assassination conspirators, it 1b not improbable that they will, in conse quence of the late decision of the Supreme Court against military commissions, be brought hither by the Government from Dry Tortugas and delivered to a civil tribunal, lor a deter mination of the case. FROM EUROPE NEWS BY THE CABLE. Visit of the American Yachtsmen to Windsor Castle. GREAT SNOW STORM IN ENGLAND. Another* Failnre by the Emperor Napoleon. TERRIBLE EARTHQUAKE IN ALGERIA. Xtny Villages Destroyed and a Large Number of Live* Lost. Cowes, Jan. 4.—Prinoe Christian made a visit to the American yachts yesterday, and was re ceived with all the honors. London, Jan. 4.—The American yachtsmen, by royal invitation, went to Windsor Castle to-day. The dcors of all the London clubs have been thrown open to the yachtsmen, aud they arc warmly welcomed wherever they ap pear in this city. Great preparations are being made by the Royal Thames Yacht Club, for the banquet which they will give to their brother yachtsmen to-morrow. There has been a great snow storm here.— The highways and railroads are blocked up, the snow having drifted badly. Vessels have been delayed, the fisheries suspended aud the poor are suffering. Paris, Jan.i.—The American residents have invited the gentlemen of the American yachts to a grand banquet in this city. Napoleon presented Mr. Bigelow with a copv of his works on the latter’s retiring. St. Petersburg, Jan. 4.—Great interest is felt here in the recent ocean yaeht race. The Im perial Yacht Club propose to extend an invita tion to the adventurous yachtsmen to visit Russia. Florence, Jan. 4.—Reports from Rome state that Signor Tonelli, the Italian envoy, is mak ing good progress in negotiations with the Pontifical Government, and some of the points of settlement have already been agreed upon. Home, Jan. 4.—The Pope, in his address to the Corps Diplomatique, on New Year’s day, significantly dwelt on the hypocrisy of his pre tended friends. Brussels, Jan. 4.—The effort of Napoleou to form a quadruple alliance failed. England favors an alliance with Prussia, provided the independence of Belgium is guarantied. Paris, Jan. 5.— Dispatches received this morning announce the occurrence of a terri ble earthquake in Algeria. Many villages were destroyed and a large num'ier of lives lost. London, Jan. 5.—A grand demonstration in behalf of reform is projected for the first Mon day of the meeting of Parliament, by the pre sentation of petitions for reform by indiuidu als in person. A vague rumor of the death of President Johnson prevailed in this city on ’Change yes terday. Londonderry, Jan. 5.—The steamship Peru vian, from Portland for Liverpool, touched here to-day and proceeded. New Vork Items. New Yoke, Jan. 8. The steamship Allemania, which sails to-day, takes out $690,000 in specie, and the City of Washington $6700. The burglar who shot Mrs. Ward in Newark, N. J., was captured in this city yesterday, and proves to lie a negro named Thompson. The property stolen was all recovered and the cul prit safely jailed. At the fire last evening in West street, occu pied by Akcrman & Pratt, the building was totally destroyed. It was used as a flour store. Loss $40,000; insured. A Are occurred at the corner of Nassau and Beckman streets, at 7 o’clock this evening, which burned down the stores occupied by the American News and Publishing Company.— Loss $75,000. New York, Jan. 6. Mrs. Francis Gray Willard, formerly of Mid dleton, Conn., was shot and instantly killed in her buaiding house on 20th street, by Thomas M. Burke, a policeman, who is said to have been a rejected suitor for her hand. Burke af terwards shot liimseit in the head, and was conveyed to a hospital where he soon died.— Mrs. Willard was forewoman of the female compositors of the New York World and Fash ion, and editress of the Sunday Times and Messenger. She was a writer of ability, and highly esteemed by journalists here and else where. Rev. Moses Cummings, a prominent clergy man of the Bible Christian denomination, and many years editor of the Christian Herald and Messengerjdied this evening in this city. The United States steamer Susquehanna, Commodore James Aldcn, arrived here to-dav from New Orleans Dec. 24th, via Key West Jan. 1st. From New Orleans. New Orleans, Jan. 5. Gen. Reynolds left this city this forenoon to assume the discharge of his duties on the Rio Grande. It is reported that Gen. Sheridan is about to marry the belle of Louisiana. The freedmen of Texas celebrated the anrii versary of the emancipation proclamation on New Years day. Meetings were held and tem perate addresses delivered. The 116th colored regiment, in this depart ment, is to be broken up immediately. It is understood that it will be replaced by a white regiment. Illinois Legislature. Chicago, 111., Jan. 6. The Illinois Legislature convenes to-morrow. A caucus of the Republican members of the House on Saturday evening unanimously nom inated Franklin Corwin, ol Laselle, for Speak er, and Stephen G. Raddock for Clerk. Gov. Oglesby’s message will he delivered to-morrow. Senator Yates. Norman B. Reed and other prominent politicians are at Springfield. Protection of the Freed men in Texas. Galveston, Jan. 4. Gen. Kiddoe has issued the following order: “The Labor law passed at the last session of the Legislature is to be disregarded by sub-as sistant commissioners, and bureau contracts made in accordance with its provisions will be disapproved. Uo». Fir teller's Message. St. Louis, Jan. a. Gov. r letchcr s message was read to the Leg filatureyesterday afternoon. He recommends the ratification of the Constitutional amend ment and the amendments to the State Consti tution. _ Destructive Fire. . ., Chicago, 111 Jan. 5. A fire occurred last evening at Mareigo, Mc Henry County, destroying five buildings occu pied by the Post Office, Messrs, o. 8. ienks and Sir. P. Abbott & Son. Tho loss will be 8120,000. _ Bniittrniiun sf the Constitutiuunl Amend ment. Jefferson Cot, Mo., Jan. S. The Senate ratified the constitutional amend ment to-day by a vote ol 20 yeas to 6 nays. CALIFORNIA AND JAPAN. ■ AILING OF THE FIRST STEAMER FOR CHINA. Great Fire at Yokohama. The New Tycoon. ~ , 3an Francisco, Dec 31. The steamer Colorado, having been thorough ly overhauled and partly rebuilt, takes her place to-morrow on the China mail line as the pioneer alup, and will sail at noon for Japan atul China. It is expected that she will land her passengers at Yokohama in nineteen days from San Francisco, making the trip from New York to Japan in forty days, and to Kong in forty-six (lays. The Colorado will not stop at Honolulu, but go direct to Japan, the Com pany being desirous of making the first trip to China in the shortest time possible. The Col orado takes forty-five cabin passengers, fifteen of whom arrived from New York to-day per Golden City, and 200 steerage passengers. The inauguration banquet to-night promises to be.an afl'air worthy the occasion. Governor Low will preside, at.-’ the departments of the National, Stab; c..d Municipal governments will be represented, as well as the mercantile and manufacturing interests. The colored people of this city propose cele brating the fourth anniversary of the Emanci-1 pation Proclamation in an imposing manner. The Southern Pacific Railroad Company, at a recent meeting, elected directors and selected Hon. G. T. Phelps as President. Jsah Francisco, Jau. 3. l he steamer Colorado sailed yesterday noon ior Yokohama and Hong Kong. The piers along the city front and beach towards the Golden Gate were lined with people watching the departure of the first steamer of the China mail line. The steamer Oriflammc, from Portland, Ore gon, with $241,000 in treasure, arrived here last evening. Oregon papers contain accounts confirming the reported richness of the Koolenai and Lempi mines. The action of the Board of Directors in mortgaging the Placerville Railroad to Wells, cargo 'be Co. for $200,000, is repudiated by nineteen-twentieths of the stockholders, who will contest its validity in the courts. The Dallas, Oregon, Mountaineer gives the details of the running off a pack train by the Indians, from near Camp Watson, and their pursuit by Col. Baker’s command. When about twenty miles from the post the troops came up with the Indians and charged on their camp. The Indians stood their ground, but during a snow storm their rifles had become damp and snapped. The soldiers observing the state of affairs drew their sabres and cut the savages down, killing fourteen men and capturing five women and all the stolen mules together with ten horses. A great amount of supplies were destroyed. It is considered one of the most complete victories ever gained over the Snake Indians. Recent arrivals from Hawaii, state that a new eruption had occurred on the summit of Mauna Loa. It is thought to be the old crater Manukina, which was in action a few months ago. BAN DUANCIBCO, Jan. 5. The China Mail Steamship banquet took £laee last night Speeches were made by Gov. iane, Ex-Gov. Stanford, Maj. Gen. McDowell, Revs. Dr. Stebbins and Stone, and A. A. Low, of New York. The bark Archibald, from Kokohoma, Japan, arrived last night with dates to Dec. 1st. A great fire occurred at Yokehonia on the 26th of November, destroying two-thirds of the native town and quarters and the beat part of the foreign settlement. The French Consul lost his office and allhisprivate property. The English Consul also suffered. A bended ware house filled with goods, under the superinten dence of Mr. Searle, was also destroted; loss S1G0,000. The new house built for the' Ameri can Consulate, and the whole range of the old Consulate buildings, French, American, Prus sian and English, the Post Office, with nearly all the valuable private residences, are in ashes. Among the losers are Augustine Heard & Co., E. M. Van Reed, Jardin Mathewson & Co., and Col. Fishor. The fire proof buildings of Fex, Fer & Co., and the French hospital, were saved. The fire had put an end to all business for some time. Some articles had advanced on account of the large quantities destroved,such as shirtings, yarns, camlet, &c. The aggregate. losses amounted to $2,150,000. Thirty-five lives were lost, manypersons being crushed to death in the crowd. Early in the day large detach ments of sailors and marines landed from the vessels of the British fleet, who at first worked well under the control of their officers, but, obtaining # liquor, turned their attention to plundering. Among the losses were the arch ives of the United States Consulate. Those were at first rescued by Consul Fisher from the office and placed in the bonded warehouse, which was soon after destroyed. A large por tion of the archives of the other Consulates was also destroyed. The Japan Herald estimates the total loss of natives and foreigners to be between three and four millions of dollars. In consequence of the unsuccessful harvest of rice in Japan, the lower class of people were suffering for food, and the Government allow ed foreign merchants to sell direct to consum ers, which would do much to beget a better feeling between the Japanese and foreigners. The war in the south of Japan had been stopped for the present by order of the Mikado. Cberin obeyed the order, declaring that he had never fought against the Mikado, but against the party unjustly opposed to him. Slaterbashi, the new Tycoon, was devoting his time to public business with an amount of intelligence, energy and earnestness seldom if ever exhibited by the rulers of Japan. He was to appear before a meeting of the great •Damios, having territorial rights of their own, and define his purpose and policy. He is in favor of faithfully carrying out the stipulations of the treaties with foreign powers. Gregg benefits are expected to be derived from the meeting, as some definite policy will probably be determined upon. A movement is being made to establish a free hospital for foreigners, at Yokohama. Con siderable illness from low fevers and small nox has been prevailing among foreigners in that port. iTinee oatsama Had tent a large collection of curiosities and specimens of the produce of his Province to the World ’a Fain Advices from Shanghae to Nov. 3d, brings advices of a victory by Madking. He had tak en the field in person, with a considerable force to assist in crushing out the Shantung rebels. Three independent forces of Imperial troops were on a march against the rebels, but the for eigners did not entertain any hopes of great success. Two surviving Catholic Priests who escaped from tho CorTeau mountains after the massacre of their companions, arrived at Corfu Oct. 6th, and confirm the news of the murder of the crew of the American schooner General Sher man. The whole Correau male population were said to have been summoned by their King to resist tbe French. The American schooner Surprise was lost J une 25th off the Correau coast, but the crew, after considerable suffering, landed at Correau, where they were well taken care of, and after some detention by easy journeys, escorted to the boundaries of China-proper, from whence they made their way to Chcfoo. Gen. Van Valkenburg had gone to Nagasa ki, and would shortly return in the Wyoming. The Hartford had gone to the Chinese ports. Thomas K. Anthony, late agent of Wells, Fargo & Co., at Stockton, has been arrested, charged with embezzling $50,000. Tbe northern part oi Arizona will hereafter he better protected with several companies of tbe 14th United States Infantry, who arrived from the east by the last steamer, having beeu assigned the duty of guarding the United States mail routes. They will leave on the 15th inst. Gen. C. S. H. Wilhams; who was supposed to have committed suicide, returned to con sciousuess for some time, notwithstanding the terrible nature of his wound, and stated to his physicians, just before he died, that the shoot ing was accidental. San Francisco, Jan. 6. Wilson Flint, a well known pioneer and I public spirited citizen of California, died in ! this city on the 4th inst. He had been promi j nently connected with the wine, silk and hop ! growing husiuess, and also figured in politics, i His casting vote in the State Senate elected H. | S. Foote for United States Senator from Cali : fornia, in the winter of 1855. Victoria, V. I., Jan. 5. A public meeting was held here on Monday night to consider the propriety of memorial izing the Home Government to make Victoria the capital of the colony. New Westminster, Jan. 5. The Frazer river steamers are laid up for the winter. The express and mails will be carried by canoes until spring navigation opens. The mining news from Big Bend and French Creek are highly encouraging. The Russian American telegraph lines are in I splendid working order as lar as liuilt. Th'e Legislature couveues on the 24th inst. Omaha papers say the division of Idaho has again been brought before the Territorial Leg I islaturc. The division of Washington Territory is being i discussed at Olympia. The object is to unite | tho counties along Puget Sound in Oregon, and the counties east of the mountain range in both Washington territory and Oregon, so as to form them into one State. ■ The Indians in Owyhoe and Boise counties continue their depredations upon stock and | fights with the savages are reported in every paper. miscellaneous Dispatches. Baltimore, Jan. 4. The Roman Catholic Church of St. Thomaf Manor, Charles County, Maryland, built one hundred and fifty years ago, and one of the old est structures in the county, was destroyed by fire last Saturday. . Leavenworth, Kan., Jan. 4. William Van Devinter and wife were tnur dered outlie 29tli ult., near Hickman Mills, *"o. inree negroes and two white men are e^d wUha«So<T““lf<1 the murder- Tb0y Van Clause’s cottonAS”*imar’ Gra'nite ville, S. C., owned by V m. tiregg, was destroy ed by fire this forenoon; partially insured. Canadian Affairs. Montreal, Jan. 4. A petition is in circulation against confeder ation, on the ground that it was passed by a political party, and votes for it are secured by bribery. Montreal, Jan. 6. The London correspondent of the Minerva states that the Canadian delegates rather than sanction an act granting Protestant priv ileges, refused to Catholics, will return without adopting any plan of confederation. Hon. John Ross, in behalf of tho McGill College has gone to England to watch the in terests of Protestants * __ Railroad Collisioa at Tanntoa. Taunton, Mass., Jan. 5. The passenger train from Boston came into collision with a treight train at the Weir station this morning, seriously injuring Conductor Jones of the former train, and baggage master Arnold, who, it is feared, will not live. No other persons were much injured. The locomotives , were inured considerably. FENIANS. Retirement of James Stephens from the Brotherhood. Brig. Getieral Gleason Appointed to Fill the Foailion. _ . New Yobk, Jan. 6. At a Feuuiu convention held this evening at the Apollo Rooms, 7fi Prince street, compos ed of Centres and delegates lrom the various Circles in the district of Manhattan, the us tounding disclosure was made that .James Stephens had retired lrom the rauks of the Brotherhood, alleging in justification of his action that the organization was not sufficient ly powerful to attempt a conflict with the might of England. A letter was read from Col. Kelly in relation to Fenian matters. The Colonel was sent for. On presenting himself he was requested by the meeting to state what he knew in regard to Stephens. He then stated ho did not believe Stephens to be a traitor but attributed his conduct to cowardice. Those present at the nieeting before separating pledged themselves to go on with the work, and appointed Brig. Gen. Gleason to fill the posi tion rendered vacant by the retirement ol Mr. Stephens. The latter is understood to be still in New York. Mexican Affairs. New Orleans, Jan. 4. The Golden City brought no late news from the interior of Mexico. The French army of occupation will not leave as soon as expected. It was reported that the French war vessels would remain two or three months longer. . New York, Jan. 5. Chihuahua dates of Dec. 10 say Jaurez was to leave for Durango the next day. New Kork, Jan. 6. The Herald’s Leavenworth, Kansas, special dispatch says advices from Mexico state that Juvrez left Chihuahua Dec. 10th for Durango, of which placo the Liberals were in undisturb ed possession. Charleston. S. C., Jan. 5. Bio G rande papers of the 23u make no men tion of the exocution of Escobade. Captain Osken, first officer of his staff, reported Can ales as still faithful. San Francisco, Jan. 4. This evening’s Bulletin says it learns from an intelligent source, that at the date of the stoppage of the Golden City at Acapulco it was believed that the French would evaeuate that place Christmas day, after an agreement with the Liberals that they would insure safety to all persons compromised by their connection with the Imperial occupation. Letter from Gcu. Ileinlsclmua. New Orleans, Jan. 6. Flakes’ Bulletin of this morning contains the following letter from Gen. Heintzel man, charged with committing an offence against the laws of Texas, at Galveston, De cember 26th: , “Judge It.F. Baldwin, United States District Attorney of Houston: A tew days since I was served with a capias from Seguin, Guadaloupe County, Texas, is sued by Judge Ireland, notoriously disloyal.— He replied by furnishing the order under which I acted, and a letter from my Adjutant Gener al, enclosing it to the agent ol the Freedman’s Bureau at Seguin. Neither he nor 1 went to Seguin. The present disturbed condition of the country will not admit of my leaving the post. 1 would not deem my life sate iu the nauds of the Texas authorities, us I know of two individuals who were recently taken from jail iu Belton, Beil County, by a mob, and put to death. There is a strong teeliug against otU cers who have been in any way instrumental in sustaining the Chi ted States laws, particu larly those connected with the Freedmeu's Bureau. The evident object of this process is to annoy and oppress me for performing my duty, and through me to throw discredit on the Cnited States authorities in the State. (Signed) S. V. Heintzelman, Brevet Major General. The movements of Admiral Porter and Frederick Me word. Fortress Monroe, Jan. 5. The gunboat Don, which went to sea on & secret mission on the 3d inst. during a'snow storm, arrived at 6 o’clock this A. M. She ex perienced a rough time, losing part of her mainmast, her small cutter, and was otherwise damaged. The guubeat Gettysburg arrived shortly afterwarus from Annapolis, going to Norfolk this morning and returning this after noon. Both am here to-niglit. The movements of Admiral Porter and Fred erick Seward are involved in obscurity. Fortress Monroe, Jan. 6. The gunboat Gettysburg, which was substi tuted for the gunboat Don, disabled in a storm on the coast, went to sea this morning. Admiral Porter and Fred. Seward were in visible while the gunboat remained in the har bor. The Don went to Norfolk to repair damages. The flagship ithode Island, Admiral Palmer, from Charleston, arrived this afternoon. The Admiral is ordered North to attend a court martial. Meeting #f Cntmn and Woolen Mannfac imrera. Philadelphia, Jan. 6. A meeting of cotton and woolen manufac turers was held on Saturday, at which a memo rial to Congress was adopted, asking for modi fications of the internal revenue laws as lol iows: “Kemoval of the 5 per,cent, tax on goods; a drawback of 3 per cent, per pound on cotton, to be refunded to manufacturers, and also a drawback on all articles taxed previous to en tering in the manufacture of all goods, and to tax ai tides of luxury not procured in the United States.” The memorial ends as follows: “If our request be granted we can then com pete with foreign manufacturers, and l'uruish goods to our own people at greatly reduced rates.” The memorial was signed by the prin cipal manufacturers of this city, and a com mittee was appointed to proceed with it to Washington. XXXIX CONGRESS—SECOND SESSION. HOUSE. Washington, Jan. 5. The House met to-day as per agreement, tor general debate. No othor business than this was done. Members considered themselves as in com mittee of the whole on the state of the Union, and on the President’s message, and speeches on all subjects were made. The time was monopolized by Messrs. Spaul ding, Stevens, Kelley, Maynard, Washburn, of Illinois, and Wentworth, on the Constitutional amendment, tariff, internal revenue, and re construction, until shortly after 3 o'clock, when the Housu adjourned. Loss of the Bark Anna E« Gardner. New Youk, Jan. 6. The bark Stag arrived to-day from Grand. Turk’s Island, with Capt. Leavitt and seven seamen of the bark Anna E. Gardner, from Perth, Amboy, for Aspinwall, with coal. Capt. Leavitt reports: Dec. 13, in a strong gale, witli heavy sea, at 5 P. M., the vessel struck on the □ortheast reef Grand Turks and went to pieces. All hands saved and cared for by the Ameri can Consul. Pennsylvania Senatorial Conical. Harrisburg, Pa., Jan. 6. Governor Curtin positively denies his report ed withdrawal from the Senatorial contest in favor of Mr. Stevens, and declares that he will remain in the field. THE MARKETS. Financial. „ ,, , New York, Jan. 5. Gold close! firm at 134J. Money active at 7 per cent. Tlte stringency is passing off. Governments firm. Railways steady. MiningStucks brisk. New York markets. _ New York, Jau. 5. Cotton—firm and closed quiet, with holders rather more disposed to accept lower prices; sales 2,300 bales; Middling Uplandsal36ic. Flour—Receipts 490 bbls; sales 13,500 I bbls; State and western 10 ® 20c better, with less activity; Super fine State 9 45 ® 10 80 ; Extra do, at 11 (W id) 1175' Choice do, at 1180® 14 30; Round Hoop Ohio, 1180 m 12 76; Choice do 1280 @ 14 30; Superfine Western 9 45® 18 80; Common to good Extra Western, 1060 ® 12 00; choice do!210 @ 1475; Southern firmer with salee 550 this.; mixed to good at 11 75 ® 14 00; Fancy and Extra, 14 10(® 17 00. • Wheat—oj«ued 1 @ 2c better, but closed quiet and firm at yesterday’s prices; sales 49,000 bush.; Chicago Spring at 2 00 tor rejected; Milwaukee No. 3 at 2 26 ® 2 30: No. 2 at 2 40. Cauada 2 90 free for Wiuter Red; While Winter, common, 2 91 tree. Corn—opened 2 ® 3c better, and closed with the advance partly lost: Mixed Western 118 ® 1 20 in store and 1 20J for uo alloat, closing at 119 In store: sales 84,000 bush. _ 18 00; new extra do, 1700 ® 20 00.' Pork—heavy; sales 5,300 bbls.; also 5,500 bbls. new mess at 2100 ® 21 50, sellers and buyers January. February and March; new mess at '20 37 @ 2112, closing at 21 00 cash; old mess at 19 00 ® 19 26 clos ing at 19 25 cash; prime 1700 ® 17 25. Lard—steady; sales ot 050 bids, at 11 j @ 121c for old and 12} @ 12c for new; also 400 bbls. deliverable thorn January 15th to February 16th at 12je cash. Butter—firm; sales Ohio at 15 @ 28c; State at 26 <St 38; Orange County pails, 40 ® 45, Whiskey—quiet. Bice—drill, Sugars—quiet; sales 300 hhds. Muscovado at lore. Coflce—dull. Molasses—dull. Nava] Stores—quiet and steady; Spirits Turpentine at 86 ® C7c. Rosin at 4 12J ® 9 00. Otis quiet; linseed at 130 ® 131; lard, sperm and whale quiet. Petroleum—dull; sales crude at 18 @ 19c; refined bonded at 29 ® 30c. Tallow—qniet and steady; sales 82,000 lbs, at 11 ® lllc. Wool—firm with a moderate demand; sales 260,000 lbs. at 45 ® 63 for domestic fleece, 40 @ 42 fir super and extra pulled; 19® 28 for Texas; 234® 31 for Cal ifornia; Capo, Cordova, llostixa and Noil on private terms. Freights to Liverpool—firm. Cotton j @ 3-iGd; Grain—Corn 3J @ 4Jd; and Oats at 5d by sailing ves sel. Chicago JVarketfi. Chicago, Jan. 5. Flour closed quiet; receipts 8,690 bbls.; shipments 5,200 bbls.; Winter extras 10 50 @ 1350. Spring extras 9 75 @1125. Wheat advanced 2 @ 3c and quiet; Sales at 2 18 @ 2 19 lor No. 1, and 1 95 for No. 2. Corn advanced 5 @ 6c; siles No. 1 at 84 @ 85c, subsequent ly closing at 81$ @ 82 in store. Oats firm; sales of No. 2 at 42$ @ 43c. Rye steady; wiles at 87 @ 88c.— Provisions steady; Mess pork sales at 18 50 @ 18 75. J£jj} sales at 113. Dressed hogs sales at 6 60 @ 0 90,— i receiPts ot the week 3,770 head; shipments 2, r or ftrst clft8s» « 50 @ 6 75; second class do 6 25. Live hogs at 5 60 @ 6 40. Cincin„aU Market*. Flour steady at 9 23 @ 9 B0;'e« “25®UOO Cotton weaker; sales at 32c. Becetots, ,fB« nil? Tlie market Is lower; sales at ewl’ 7 00 <a> 1r 40 tor dressed; receipts 2,?oo Lead oyer tot year. Mess Pork quiet; sales at 19 go ^ 1# 75. 1881 tayaiaah Markets. Savannah, Go., Jan.4. ^t^tton—advancing; sales of Middling Uplands at Galveston Market. _ „ , , Galveston, Jan. 4. Cotton—inactive; low Middling Is nominal at 22c. specie; stock In port 83,801 bales, ’ Mobile Market*. Mobile, Jon. 1. Cotton—dull; sales 1,200 bales. Middling uplands at 32c. New Orleans Markets. New Orleans, Jan. 5. Cotton—steady; sales low Middling at 31$ @ 32$c; Middling at 33$e. Sales 2,700 bales: receipts 2,645 bales; exports 1,451 bales; slock in port 219,948 bales. Sugar—demand good; sales of tair at 10; prime to choice at 11$ (aj 12$c. Molasses prices higher; sales of fair at 64c; prime to choice at 67$ @ 72c. Freights very Ann; Cotton to New York by steamer lid; pail Wi to Liverpool by steamer 1 @ l$d; by sailing ves sel 1 l-18d. Commercial—Per Cable. Liverpool, Jan. 4, Evening. The breadstuff's market shows an advancing ten dency. Wheat is 4d higher. Corn is selling at 44s 6d. La rd has advanced Is. The Cotton market closed firm and unchanged. Sales of the day 10,000 bales. Middling uplands are quoted at 15$d. London, Jan. 4, Evening. Cons )ls have improved, and they closed at 9G$ for money. American Securities.—Tlio following are the closing quotations for American Securities: Illinois Cdntral Railroad Shares 82. United States 5-20’i at 73$. Erie Railroad shares 46. London, Jan. 5, Noon. Consols are steady at 90$ for money. American Securities.—The following were the cwrrent prices of American securities: Erie Railway shores 45$. Illinois Central shares 81$. United States 5-tO’s 73. Liverpool, Jan. 5, Noon. The Cotton market closed somewhat easier, with unchanged prices. The sales of the day will reach 8,$00 bales. The market for Breadstuffs is firm. -— Brighton nud Cambridge Markets. Amount of stock at Mai ket for the w. ek ending January 2d: Cattle, 941; Sheep and Lambs, 5019 Shotes, — ; Fat hogs, —. The following table shows the amount from each State. Maine. 79 00 New Hampshire. 89 610 Vermont. 381 37«9 Massachusetts... 18 328 New York. 41 00 Western States.319 00 Canada. 23 292 < Prices. Beef Cattle—Extra, $13 25 @ 13 50; first quality, $!2 00@13 00; socoud quality, $10 50@li 75; third quality, 9 Oo 10 00 per 100 lbs (on total weight ot hides, tallow and dressed beef.) Extra and first quality Beef. in> ludes nothing but the best, large tat stall led oven ; second quality in cludes the best hay-led oxen, best stJl-fed cowes and best three-year o d steel's ; ordinary consists ot bulls and the reiuse ot lots. Working Oxen- -Sales at $175 to 250 — according to quality and fancy ot the purchaser. Stores—Two years old, $32 to 45 ; three years old, $50 to 65 per head. Milch Cowes—Extra $50@?5; ordinary, $50^75; Store Cows,'$35@45. Sheep and Lambs—5gCc; extra, 7 @ 9c ft; In lots, $2 1 * to $5 50 pr head. Hides—Country, 8J@9c ^ ft; Brighton, 10(®10$c Call Skins—17@20c 4* ft Tallow—Country, 7@8$e & 1b; Brighton, 9<gl0. Pelts—$1 ©0@125. The following table shows the number cf cattle and sheep from Maine during each ot the seasons ol the year 1866: Cattle. Sheep. . March 31. 1,016 2,618 June 30,. 647 80 September 30. 3,649 13,084 December 31. 4.507 12,501 Total,..,,. 9,819 27,039 Boston Stock List. Sales at the Brokers’ Board, Jan 5. American Gold. 133$ United States Coupons, Jan. 13a United States Coupon Sixes, 1881. 108 United States 7 a-lOLhs, 1st series. 104$ “ 2d series. 104$ “ small. 104$ “ ad series. 104$ United States 5-20s, 1802. 107 “ 1804. 105$ “ Jidy, 18G5. 104 “ 1805. 106 United States Ten-lorties. 100 Eastern Railroad.,. 107 Western Railroad. 140$ (Sales at Auction.J Rates Manufacturing Co. 146$ Hill Manufacturing Company. 200 Maine State Sixes, 1871. 100 Portland City Sixes, 1870. 07$ Rutland 1st Mortgage Bonds. 122| Warren’s Water-Proof Leather Preservative I Sold Wholesale and Retail by J. W. 1HAN8F1BLD, Sole Agent, ja5eodlm* 174 Middle St. Notice. rpHE subscriber lias taken a chamber in Clapp’s X new building, corner of Federal and Exchange streets, for the present, where those indebted can call aud pay up, and those who have books from his late Library are requested to return them immediately. He has for sale Envelopes, Note Paper and Playing Cards cheaper than the cheapest, for cash only. JanBoodlw W. D. ROBINSON. FAIXTS AMD OILS, Drags, Medicines, Dye stuffs, Window Glass. AGENTS FOR Forest Fiver A Warren Lead Co.’s CRAFT. & WILLIAIU, Nos. 5 and 6 Commercial Wliarf, Boston. Dec4—TuThStly Flour, Meal, &c, 100 BBLS. Baltimore Family Flour. 100 “ Baltimore extra Flour. 15 “ Kye Flour. 10 «• Buckwheat. 20 half bbls. Buckwheat. 40 bbls. superior new Oat Meal. 25 “ kiln drievl Meal. 10 “ superior White Meal (for table use). lOOo lbs. Butter, &e., &c., in sture^nd just re ceived, for sale by CHASE BROTHERS, jan5ST&Ttf_HEAD LONG WHARF. INDIA RUBBER GOOD*. HAVING been burned out ol my Rubber Store, 147 Middle St., I would solicit the trade of the citizens ol Portland and vicinity, ^ until 1 re-open) iomy headquarters, 85 Milk Street, Boston, where are kept every variety of goods made iroin India Rubber compiising in part Rubber and Leath er Machine Belting, Steam Packing, Gaskets, Rings, rfose lor conducting and hydrant purposes, Rubber Clothing of every description, Combs, Balls, Toys. Undersheeting for beds in cases ol sickness, Rubber boots and Shoes, Tubing, Spittoons, Syringes, Gloves and Mittens, Elastic icings and Bands, Piano Covers, Horse Covers with and without hood, Wagon Covers, Air Beds, Pillows, Cushions, and Life Pre servers, Mechanics’ Aprons, Rubber Jewelry, ol beautiful patters, and all kinds otttubber Goods that may be desired, all of which 1 will sell at manufac turers lowest prices. Please forward your orders lor the present to H. A. HALL, Jul 13eodtf85 Milk {Street, Boston. OLD M A. O K IIV E IS ! Exchanged for the new atna new ■NO MAtTlINEM, which have been prov ed to do the best lor Shoe Stitching, Tailoring, &c„ oi any other in the world. Credit given to any one who wants a Sewing Machine. Needles and Trim mings lor all Machines. 166 Middle Street, Up Stairs. W. S. DYER. SOLE AGENT. Dec 15 deod lm Fop Sale. A SUIT of Sails, Ringing and Blocks, nearly new,

from a fishing Schooner of 100 tons; also Top sails, Fore and Maiusails, second hand. SAMPSON & CONANT, decldtf No. 10 & 20 Commercial Wharf. MAGIC HAIR Restorative ! ! NO. 1, Will Restore Gray or Faded flair to its ORIGINAL COLOR, \ EITHER BLACK OR BROWN. Strengthens the hair and gives nourLnment to the roots. Makes the hair soft and moist. Prevents and cures Dandruff A Splendid Hair Dressing, PROVED TO TIE TOE Best and Cheapest in the Market. MAGIC HAIE DYE Has only to be applied to the Hair or Whiskers and the work is done; no washing. For sale by all Druggists. CHARLES NEWHALL, Proprietor, oct!3eod 47 Hanover st, Boston. 3m PHOTOGRAPHS ! S. WORMELZ formerly No. 90 Middle street, takes pleasure in an nouncing that he will on TUESDAY, JAN. 1, 1867, open his NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY At No. 316 Congress Street, [Opposite mechanics’ Hall,] where ho will be pleased to wait on his friends and the public Grateful for past patronage, he hopes by strict at tention to business to merit a renewal ol the same Persons wishing lor FIR8T CI.ASS PIC1 CRE1 of all -tylesand sizes are invited to call. Bicturcs colored in Oil, Water Colors and India Inh by one of the best Artists in the Slate. Special attention paid to Copying of all descriptions. H=P”-A11 work warranted to give satisfaction. N. B—Work done for Photographers in Ink or Colore at reasonable rat es. Jan1eod3m NEW G_() O D S ! p. B. FBOST, Merchant Tailor, 3321-2 Congress Street, Has j list received a fine lot of FALL GOODS Suitable for the season, which will bo made up in tho most thorough manner. sept 10—eod PAINTS AND OTL CHEAP Just received In bond, and for sale duty free, for use on the burnt district, Strictly Pare English Lead and Oil ! l^ebuiidcrs will effect a great saving by purchasing Every description of PAINT STOCK at the lowest Unit% W- PEEKINS Sc CO., 88 Commercial street. WASTED. Wanted. A SITUATION by a young man as assistant Bookkeeper, Entry Clerk or Salesman. Address, *‘H. \V.M Portland._ jafidlw* Wanted Immediately l A First Class Lady Tcacber S To take charge of the English Department in a Seminary. Apply to D. C., Box 27G, dc2i>d3w ^oint John, New Brunswick. Flour Barrels Wanted. ON and after January 2d, 1807, we shall resume the purchase of Flour Brls. FOR CASH, at the Otlice of the Portland Sugar Co., 97 1-9 Dunfortb St. dc27dlm M. B. BROWN & SONS. Flour Barrels Wanted, j WE will pay 30 cents each for first class Flour | Barrels suitable for sugar. LYNCH, BARKER & CO., novl3dtf 139 Commercial street. $5! Agents Wanted! $10 FVE to Ten Dollars per day, by the Hartford Publishing Co. Box 1G0G Portland, Maine. Portland Dec. 17 dim* Wanted Immediately. ■4 Good American, Nova Scotia and Irish iVU Girls to do housework, cook, ^c., in p*i- | vato families and hotels in this c ty and couutry. Situations sure. The best wages paid. Also 50 Girls to work In Factories. Farmers and others wanting men for any work will do well to call on us, as we will supply them free Q|* charge. Address or apply at the General Agency Employment Cilice, 3511 Congress Street, up stairs. COX & POWARS. sept26dtl_^late WHITNEY & CO. AGENTS WANTED, | For Frank IVIoore’a New Work “WOMEN OF THE WAR.”! AGENTS will find this a book of real merit and in- ' trinsic value —subject new—intensely inter- j eating and exciting. No Work ever attracted and I engaged the public inind like this. Everybody wants it, and thousands will purchase it as soon as an op portunity is afforded thorn. Read what Agents say , of it. One experienced A^eat writes: It is tho easiest , and pleasantest Book lie ever canvassed for; and says | people are delighted with it, tho Ladies especially. Another says: “Women of the War” is the book 1 of tho season. Another, 137 Orders in Four Days. One reports 17 orders the first day of canvassing. Intelligent, active Males or Females will find the sale ot this work a pleasant and lucrative employment. This book has no competitor—it comes fresh and new to tho people. The territory is clean and clear.— Agents understand the advantages in this particular. For full particulars send for Circular. Address C.A.CH APJLN, Phoenix Building, Room 13, Boston, Mass, decttd&wlm ‘ --- LOST AND FOUND. ' Lost! A NOTE ol $100, given to Wm. Cornish by O. F. Ammiton, with one endorsement oi' $100 on the back. We warn all persons buying said note, as pay ment has been stopped this day. Jan. 1,1807—dlw WM. CORNISH. 7 ~ LOST! A LARGE sized Morocco Wallet, containing two Railroad paases and a number of pai>ers of no use to any person but the owner. Any person return ing the same to thisblticc, or C. R. Chisholm & Bro., 30T Congress Street, will lie au*i*Mv rewarded. December 11. dtf BOARD AND ROOMS. To Let with Board. A Larue Front Parlor at 31 Free Street. Also Lodging Boom with or without Board. JanBd2w* To Let. THREE large pleasant Front Rooms on Pearl St., to gentlemen of steady habits, without board. Inquire at No. 63 Pearl St. jaldlw* Booms to Let. TWO Front Rooms, well furnished, to lot with board, No. 38 Center Street, opposite Preble House. jald‘2w* TO LET. A Good Tenerdlht in House No. 24 Brackett St. Inquire of J. C. WOODMAN, Jr., jan Stf 214 Free Street. DIVIDEND. THE PORTLAND COMP AN S will pay a Dlvi dend of Three Per Cent tree from Govern ment Tax, at the Merchants National Bank, on and after the 2lst inst. to all stockholders borne on the books of the Company on the 15ih inst. THOS. LINCOLN CASEY, Treasurer. Portland, Jan 2d, 1867. ja3d2w Jackson’s Catarrh Snuffi ELEGANT TROCHE and SNUFF Combined tor Coughs, Catarrh,Bronchitis, Voids, Hoarseness, Asthma, Bad Breath, Headache,£c. Instantly relieves annoying Coughs in Chnrch. Cures Catarrh* positively without sneezing. Valuable to Stinger*, Clergy, Ac., dear* and strengthen* the voice j acts quickly; tastes pleas antly ; never naaneate*. Prevent* taking cola from Skating, 1 jcclare* &c. USr Sold by Druggists or sent oy mail , AS Enclose 35 cts to Uooper, Wilson A Co„ (»epl9eodtjunel8’67} PHILADELPHIA. W. W. WHIPPLE, Portland, Wholesale Agt. For Sale, A SUPERIOR lot of DRIED PEACHES lu Bar rels, Bags and tlerc. a, by C. B. ROGERS, No 133 Market St., Deel8dEw_ Philadelphia. It. IF. ROBINSON, Counsellor and Attorney at Law, CHADWICK HOUSE, 349 Congreaa Street. Jan 4—dtf GAS AND COAL OIL P/XTDHES/ E. TARBELL & SON, [*•. 11 BKOIHHKLD HTRELT, BQSTON, MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN Chandeliers, Brackets, Lamps, &c. ©AS FITTING in all its branches. GAS STOVES, for Cooking and Heating. CHANDELIERS, LAMPS, &c.,Re-Qi _Bronzed. _ no21eod3m CHARLESSTAPLES&TOfL Iron Founders, Boiler Makers & Machinists. THE subscribers having rebuilt tlielr Work Shops, are now prepared to take orderB lor Machinery and Iron Work of all kinds. Iron Store Fronts and Columns for buildings promptly ftirnished. STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, SAW AND GRIST MILL WORK AND GEARING made to order. Having able and experienced pattern makers and new tools of modern design, can supply patterns with promptness and at a moderate rost. Repairs of all kinds of Iron Work attended to with despatch and at reasonable rates. Having a large and well cquip Eed Forge, can furnish forgings and shapes of all inds for Steamboats and Locomotive work such as Shaft*, CraukN, Pi*l*u Borin, Car and Rngine Axle* nml Shape* to pattern or draw ings, from 10 tons to 100 pounds weight. They are also Selling Agents for MERRIMAN’S PATENT BOLT CUTTER, the best Machine ever invented for the purpose, performing double the amount of work of any other now in use. FOR SALE, a >'15 home power Locomo tive Boiler with new tube sheets and new set of tubes, in first rate order, and warranted safe with a pressure of 100 pounds to the square inch. A NEW TEN HORSE POWER PORTABLE EN G1NE, an excellent Machine, can be seen running at our Foundry. CHARLES STAPLES & SON, Cor. Com. St. aud Brown’s Wharf, novlOe d3m Portland, Maine. Boarding' School rpiHE Ladies of the Congregation de Notre Dame, A beg leave to inform the public that they will re open their Boarding School and Academy on the 2d ' January, 1867. Whilst acknowledging their gratitude to the in I habitants of Portland tbr past favors and patronage, J they hope in fhture to merit a liberal share in the la j vor ot the public. N. B.—For farther information apply to the Supe I rioress, No. 64 Free Street. I December 19. d3w JUST RECEIVED ! A NEW LOT —or— LADIES’ CLOAKINGS At Lower Prices than Ever. ALL OTHER GOODS Marked Down in Proportion, - AT - A.. D. REEVES, No. 36 Free Street. Dwember 19,18CG. <13w S KATES And POCKET CVTLERY at BAILEY’S Gun Store* d«C25 • FREE STREET S d2w um Esiam NOTICE. I will sell on favorable terms as to payment, or let lor a term oi years, the lots on the corner oi Midale and Franklin streets, and on Franklin street,including tliecorner ol Franklinand Fore streets. Apply to WM. HILLIARD, Bangor, or SMITH & IiLfD Attorneys, Portland. jylgtl POK 8A1j1C, in Gorham, fifteen minutes walk X1 from the Depot, a nearly new, neat Cottage House, Barn and out oil tidings, having all tie conven iences and in prime condition. Ii is situated near a grove and a snort distance from the County read. Apply to J. E. STEVENS. Gorham, July 17. First Class Houses for Sale. WE offer for salo thfc eight tirst class brick houses, recently built by us, situated on Pino Street, between Clark and Carletou Streets. A hose houses are thoroughly built, with slate roofr, brick drains, and marble mantelpieces throughout.— 1 hoy w ill be sold at a low price, and on very favora ble terms. Apply at our office, No. 271 Dantorth St. or WM H. JERRIS, Ag’the Preble House. 9 October 1G, 186G. House Lots on India St., lor Sale. TT'NQUIRE of CONANT & ItAND, L 1S3 Commercial Street, or on II. M. PAYSON, pi rtlanil, N’ov. 21. dtf Exchange Street. Desirable Store Lots FOR SALE, nr COMJHEBCIAL NTBKKT. 1MIE subscribers offer for sale the lot of Land on the southerly side ol Couuneicial Street, head ot Dana’s Wharf, measuring 72 by 150 feet. For fur ther particulars inquire JONAS H. PEKUfiY, Pet 18 tfor W. S. DANA. Valuable Real Estate on Elm St. FOB SALE. A POKTXON of tbc ‘’DAY" Estate on Elm Stroet, comprising over i:b000 loci oi land, together with Brick Houses, Stable &c. This property is lo cated on Elm and CumKrland s‘roots all susceptible of improvement, und lias a trout ou Elm street oi 2*2 loci. The above property is offered cor Bale oil her in por tions or collect! vely, on liberal terms. Apply to uugjO—tf JU1LN C. PICOCTOK. -Jt—-SB-„ For Lease. THE valuable lot or Uiut corner ot Middle and Plumb SUccis, lor a term oi \cars. I nquire Of C. C. MITCHELL A* SUN, Aug, tt. IW-dU_178 Fore Street. FOB SALE. Grovo liill Farm I Till! abov Farm is situated »»n an eminenoe over hxikiug the mautitul and thriving village oi Brtdgioa i eater i ini within one ball u mile oi the business portion. It Is pronounced by all who have seen it lo ha ihe l«0 ami most dtairaw 1 cation in the Ooaiity. I? r tin acre-*, conveniently di vided inio ul an . pa., tuiago, wood laud aud timber laud: cutMTo ti «6 i4» u t.ns Und quality of hay. The bull In u - f aiwo s.ory house, built in t8ot», at au op lsi oi fj/oo, with barn and out buildings lu u«nnl ripe r. For p.iriit ulsis apply to C. P. KIMBALL, or II. W. GaUE, (firm of vro t Jk Gaze,) Portland, BEN JAMIN WALK Lit. Bridgton. or to the subscriber. K1CIIA KD UAUE. Bridgton, Dec., 18t«. dec 27 eodJtwtt M House lor Sale, No 32 Myille Street. En quire at No. 8 Central Wharf. J uly 12—dtl Valuable Hotel Property for hale. tpflli Oxford House, pleasantly situated iu the vil- . 1 lagool Fryeburg, Oxford county, Maine, is oi fered ibr salt) at a bargain, ii applied tor soon. The House is large, in good repair, with lumitnre aud fixt ures throughout, together with all necessary outbuildings. For full particulars inquire ol ilOKATIO BOOTH BY, Pioprietor. Or Hanson & Dow, 345 Congress st. Fryeburg, Sepi. 'll, i860. dtf Farm ibr Sale. 1 WILL soil my Hum near Alien's Comer West brook, about three miles from Port land, one mile from hoi sc cars, aud Westbrnok Seminary. Said farm contains nl*out 100 acres, part of it very valuable for tillage, and part oi it lifr building loti. There is a good house, two large barus, and out hous es on the premises. It will be sold together, or iu lots to suit imrelusera CYKUS TJiURLOW, sepll-dtt 105 Commercial St. CITY NOTICKS. Snow to be Removed from Foot way or Sidewalk. Sect. 60.—Tlio tenant or occupant, and in case there should be uo tenant, the owner, or any person having the care of any bullying or lot of land border ing on any street, lane, court, square or public place within the city where there is any footing or side walk, shall, allcr the ceasing to Atll of any snow, It in the dav time, within three hours, anil if in tho night time, before ten of the clock or the forenoon, succeeding, cause such snow to be removed trom such footway or sidewalk; an!, in default tliereot, shall forfeit and pay a sum not less than two dollars, nor more than ten dollars; and tor each and every hour thereafter that the same shall remain on such foot way or sidewalk, such tenant, occupant, owner, or other person shall forfeit aud pay a sum not less than one dollar nor more than ten dollars. All persons are hereby notified to govern them selves accordingly, as the above ordinance will be en forced. JOHN S. HEALD, decl8dtf City Marshal. FIRST ANNUAL SALE Fancy Goods! Greatly Seduced SHcesl DAVIS &, CO., Having determined to rednce their extensive stock of LADIES’ Furnishing and Fancy Goods! will sell, until further notice, goods at from 95 to 50 per cent, leu than former Prices! Please examine our prices and be convinced. WE SHALL SELL Good American Corsets for $ .75 Ladies’ Cotton-and Wool Ribbed Hose, .25 Chihlron’s all Wool Hose, .15 Best Shetland Clouds, 1.00 Ladies’ Hood*. .85 BeautiAil Breakfast Shawls from 1.75 to 5.50 One thousand Linen Collars for .10 Ladies Paper Goode of all descriptions. Rich Embroidered Collars at .25 250 Dozen Linen Handkerchiefs for 12* cents each. 500 “ *« «• extra IT “ «« M» “ „ “ „ “ very tine,’ 25 “ •« Ladies Gloves, fleece lined, .2/1 Children’s Gloves, fleece Lined. *15 BLA<’K KID GLOVES, 1.00 Best French Kid Gloves, 1.25 A full assortment of GERMAN ZEPHYR WORS TEDS, imported by ns, and a superior article. | Fan*, Veils; Under Garment*; Cornet*; every kind and size, and FANCY GOODS of aU Descriptions. An examination of this branch will convince nil that wc are making prices very low. Dress Ti*immings at pi ices to Buit. VELVET RIBBONS, black and j colored,in any width; by the piec e we matye a discount. [ BUST*All our prices will prove to you beyond a doubt ; that goods are sold here cheaper than elsewhere. BSP* Remember the place, old stand of HERMANN GJKUNTAL, now DAVIS Sc <30., No. lO Clapp’s Block, Congress Street. January 1,1867. dtf Canal National Bank. TIIE Annual Meeting ot the Stockholders of the Canal National Bgnk of Portland, for the elec tion of seven Directors, nud for the transaction ot any other business that may legally come be tore them, will be held at 188 Fore Street, on Tuesday, the 8th day of January, 1867, at 3 o’clock P. M. B. C. SOMERBY, Cashier. Novembers, dtd Second National Bank. THE Annual Mooting of Stockholders of the “Sec ond National Bank, Portland” for the election of •Directors, and any other business whicli may legally conic before them, will be held at Nos. 188 and 190 Fore street, (up stairs,) on TUESDAY, 8th January next, at 3 P. M. W. H. STEPHENSON, Cashier. Portland, Dec 7, 1866. dcSdtd Casco National Bank. THE annual meeting of tlie Stockholders of “The Casco National Bank of Portland” for the elec tion of seven Directors, and for the transaction of any other business that may legally come before them, ! will be held at 190 Fore street, on TUESDAY, the | eighth day of January next, at 3 o’clock P. M. E. P. GERRISH, Cashier. Portland, Dec. 7, 1866. dim i “The National Traders Bank ot Portland.” THE Stockholders of this Bank are hereby notified that their annual meeting will he held at their ! Banking Robin No 21J Free st., on TUESDAY, the { 8th day of January next, at 3 o’clock P M, to choose live Directors for the ensuing year, and to act on any ! other business that may legall'v come before them. EDWAKD GOULD, Cashier. Portland, Dec 7, 1866. UcSdul Merchants National Bank. THE Shareholders in this Bank arc hereby notified that the Annual Meeting for the choice of Direc , tors and tlie transaction of such business as may lo i gaily be brought before them, will be liolden on Tues i ‘lay, January 8tli, 1867, at 3 o’clock P. M., at the of fice now occupied by the Bank, No. 32 Exchange St. CHAS. PAYSON, Cashier. •Portland, Dec 7.1866. dc8-2awfjan8 Cumberland National Bank. THE Stockholders of the Cumberland National Bank ot Portland, are hereoy notified that tliore will be a meeting of the Stockholders held at their Banking Itoom, on Monday, the 21st dav of Janu-irv 1867, at 3 o'clock P, 51., for the choice of Director* and the transaction ot any other business that may then come before them. *i i r. „ SMALL, Cashier. Portland, Dec. 18, ls66. declBdtd Cape Elizabeth Wharf and Marine Railway Company. Nwtice of the Anraal meeting. THE Stockholders of the above Corporation are hereby nothied that their Animal 5f«*etlng will bo hold at the Counting Room of J. W. Dyer. Esq., ! on Commercial Street, on Monday Jan. 7/A, 1*67., at I 7 o'clock in the evening, for the purpose of choosing i three Directors, Clerk and Treasurer jor the e suing | year, and to act on any other business that may le j CTUy Cum0 be,0re tLe D,ee&EL COBB, Clerk. Portland, Dec. 27,1886. dtd* The Crown Mining Company. THE annual meeting of the stockholders in tho Crown Mining Company will ho held at the Chestnut street School House, In the city of Portland, on the seventeenth day of January, 1867, at three o’clock In the attemoon. W. DAVIS, Secretary. | Portland, Jan, 2,1867. JanSeodtd' I ^|y-Send your orders for Job Work to Dally Pres ENTERTAINMENTS. Portland Theatre. Bidwell dit Brower, I.raaeea & .Manager*. Last week of tho successti*! Artiste Jlliss Huclicl Johnson, anil the popular Actor, Mr. B. MACAU LEY, WhT1lwK‘l?ilr.,Jjrln« the l«» week Lave called lorth the moot yrat,jUinu approbation. MONDAY KVBNINO, Jail. Tho brilliant Comedy of the BELLE OF THE SEASON ! Florence Upperton.Mies Rachel Johnaon Edwin Uardtoll.Mr. B. Maraud Full particulars in I>aily Programmes. Cir^lu active preparation “Griiiiih Ganni » jan7-lt P. Y. M. C. A. COI'KSE LECTURES MXTSI I.KCTI UK Iu the State St. Church, Tucdny Evcaiag, Jnu. Nih, 18417. Hy IIKV. UK. STORKS. Subject—“American Manhood.” Evening Tickets 25 cents, to be had at the usual Places and at the door. Doors open at 0} ; Lecture at o'clock. Music appropriate to tho occasion. jan7 SOCIAL DANCE! OCEAN ASSOCIATION EX-4 will give an Amenably at Mechanic*' Hall Tuesday Even's, Jan. 8th. Ticket., 41.00. M indc by chandler, oW,w- 11,"'g|‘h'». a. H. Jncohe, C. H. HhiDITWpp8' Ha,mi,ford> F-J- B*lley. K. D. Cage, Dancing to commence at 8 o’clock. Juu7il2t Mercantile Library Lectures, Tho Third Lecture in the Course will be delivered 111 MoohunicN1 Hall, —ON— Wednesday Even’y, Jan. 9th, -BY Rev. H. M. Gallalier, OF BROOKLYN, N. Y. SUBJECT—“America and the Americans.” HT.Seaon Tickote, $1,23; Evening TlckeU, 60 eta. Doora open at 6—lecture commence, at 7} o’cl’k. jnu7d3t Feu Ocdeb Committee. Woodford’s Corner Dances ! There will be a Course of Assemblies At Slcvcua’ Hall, Woodford’* Comer, j Commencing ou WGDNE8D.IV KVE.MXO, Jan. Oil., Tickets, $1.00. Music by Chandler's Quidrillo Baud. Dancing to commence at 8 o’clock precisely. Floor Mathjtgtr*—\V. Lord, L. J. Holt. 53r*l‘liere will be an extra car on the Westbrook line at the close 01 the dance tor the accommodation of those living in the city. jan4d5t* I. A. It. A. The Irish American Relief Assoeia’u will give a coarse of six: assemblies, AT MECHANICS’ HALL, Commencing Monday Kre’g, Jan. »lb, and closing with a GRAND BALL. Tickets lor the Course, including the Bull, will bo $5.00; Evening Tickets. $1.00; Ball Tickets, $1.50. ^j/^Music by ChundWs full Quadrille Bond, D. H. Chandler, Prompter. Dancing to commence at 8 o'clock precisely. Floor Manaytrs—ThonvA* Parker, James Rooney Jam-, s E. Marshall, Robert Dow, Patrick McC'aferty William H. Kelor. Messrs. O'Riley and Bodkin will take charge of the clothing.___dei*3id if Ho for a Sleigh Hide r THE pi opriofor is now prepared witti his BOAT SLEIGH "ENTERPRISE,” to carry parties lu or out of tUo city at the shortest nollcc. Chi Wednes - day and Saturday afternoons, (wlion pleasant) will leave head of State Street at 2 o’cl'tek, t, carry cldl drun and others, at 25 eta. per h6ur. Chldren under twolvo (12) years tllieen cents. N. S. FERNALD. Portland, l»ec l-Jlh, 1866. dc22dtf Daily Press Job Office, 179 Commercial Street. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF BOOK, CARD, & JOB PRINTING, Executed with Neatness and Despatch. Having completely refurnished our office since the Great Five, with all kinds of New Material, Presses Sic., we are prepared on the short est possible notice to accommodate our friend* and the public with Posters, Programmes, BILL-HEADS, CIRCULARS, Cards, Tags, Blanks, Labels, And every description at Mercantile Pi’inting. We hove superior foclllUee for the execution ot BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, Catalogues, &e., Which lor neatness and dispatch cannot be surpassed GT Orders from the country solicited, tb which prompt attention will be paid. Dally Press Job Office 179 Commercial St., Portland, N. A. FOSTER, Proprietor J have just received from Mr. U. I*. Kroll, ot New York, one ot his Patent Hair lliusl.ing Machines, which 1 have now In (’lie-ration at my new .Slmving and Hair Dressing Kooiu, No 316 Congress street, oppo site Mechauics’Hall. where also may be found my KEPKt>DUCTOK, NATU HALIZEK, Ac. dclSdtf M. 11. JOH VNUK. For Sale. THE brig ELMIHA, 174 tons old measurement well calculated for the Coasting trade. Apply to YEATON & HALE. dec24d&w3w YEW YEAR S GIFTS A good assortment of GENTS’ COUNTRY UN IT HOSE! DOMESTIC YARNS I CENT*’, LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S GLOVES AND MITTENS. -ALSO Breakfast Shawl*., Hssd*, l?Ien anil Bays’ Scarf*, tiermsH Uor«lnU, Drew TrtinaaiMHM, Tidies, Kuiitiuy 4'otto u, Angola anil other Factory Yarns* New lot of Ladies* and Children’s BALMORAL. SKIRTS I very pretty, and late styles). Also BALMORAL BORDERING, for sale at M. E. BEDLOV’S, dec31d2w 430 Congress Nlreet. NOTICE is her. by civi l., t. at the subscriber has be n duly appointed and taken upon himself toe trust ol Admiulstraior with the will annexed ol the estate ot JOSUH MILL1KKN, la e of Port and. In the County of Cumberland, de ceased. and given bonds aa tli law direc ts. All persons having demands upon tho estate ot said de ceased, are require.! tocxhibit the same; and all pci eons indebted to uaul estate are culled uuou to make payment to SETH M. M4LLIKEN, Administrator with the will aunexod. ^Portland, l)ec. i, lsiki. dee2Id.lw* EXTRA INDUCEMENTS —TO— BOOK CANVASSERS ! ONE of the best selling Books ever ottered to the pnblie Is now ready. Twenty-lire Thensand Copies ordered in Fonr Months! Agents arc selling from Twenty to Fifty copies per week! One good, acUvc Agent wanted lu every town in Maine and New Hampshire ' For circulars, terms, Ac., address HARTFORD PUBLISHING CO., _S£Cl2w. PORTLAND, ME. NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the Into Dr. Charles W. Thomas, aro requested to make immediate pay ment to the uudersigDed, who is duly authorized to collect the same. Office No. 188 Fore Street, over Canal National Brink. House No. 55 Danf>rtn Street, corner of State Street. GEORGE A. THOMAS. | January 1, 1807. eod4w DKABV FOR BITMIAESN. WttLIAM 1 i BROWN, formerly at 01 Federal street, is now permanently located at his new store No t>4 Federal at, a few doors below Lime street. He is now prepared to attend to the wants of his numerous customer* and the public generally in the way of cleaning and re pairing Clothing or all kinds, and will be attended to with hie usual promptness. Also second-hand Clothing for sale at fair price*. noftkltf a i nioA s-ilaa. Valuable lteal Estate at Auction. ( MONDA Y, Jau. 7th, at 3 o’clock P. Ml, on the .V; . P™'^1"*1*, I snail oner tor nalo the valuable lot at SEf between the Amoe Clover an.l Nathl. Rodion ,ot», nearly oiipoxlte the miuee Jouce boonling house, known us Ml,: Randall pioo erty. It la about 03 loot on Congees? bvnomet o£5T Tlieie are two tenement, on the* ”," niw re^iuo « * »“! •*“ l«r wiiiuui. It on. „{■’ t?m Y™ d“,SrJ ble pieces ol prop, ty In the market. Title clear lor particulars aud i lane call ou r J. S. B.tlUCY, Auetlone.r Office 176 Fore etreet, at Carter Jt Ih^rTiook SU,t0-__ _dec31dtd Slocks at Auction. 1 >URSUANT to a license from the Hon. J. A W» 1 tormau, Judge of Probate for Cumberland coun ty, the sub&cribiT, as Administrator ol John M. Woi*d’s estate, wili oiler for salt* at public auction, ou WEDNESDAY, Jau. ltfth, 1W7, at 11 o’clock A. M at the olhce of W. H. Wood a Son, 178 Pore street.' Portland, ♦^«,5ou Bonds of the European and North Ameri can Kailroad Company. J8 Hharcs Penobscot R. R. Company, eon 1r,,1 ^urtlano a Rochester Railroad Co. *30,» scrip to do do *171.1^Maine Central Railroad Company *7>ml^^rvtCOWi'U'v K*“nebcc Stock Bond*. d .lrnr!. v°UeUt w“»hInsston Komi. Term. vumIi * k * ‘'■“‘And Railroad. Portland, Jan. 8,1867-dtd JOME AJ.nfflj&L. c. w. holmes, A U CTIONEER 009 longrens Street, ry*Saioe of any kind of property in the City or vi cinity, promptly attended to on the m..»t tavurahle terms. norl&iu DR. CARPENTER, Oculist and Aurist, ARRIVED at the U. 9. HOTEL, Portland, Nov. £Sd, andean bo consulted a short time lougt-r. upon Blind ness,Dcaili ess. Catarrh, Bronchitis, Nasal and Aural Polypus, Discharge from the Ears, Noims in the head, Scrofula, bore Eyes, Films and all Dis eases of the EYE, Ear and Throat. MT 1* most cases the remedies can »hj applied at home without interfering with the patients occupa tion. Artificial £ yea luseiled Without Paia. CONSULTATION AT OFFICE FREE, 537'But Letters must centalu One Dollar to ensure on answer. 110.91 E TESI'ltlOXY. The Testimonials below are all received in this State, and can be readily investigated by those desir ous of so doing. Hundreds of other certificates can be seen at the Dr.’s Ollicc. DEAFNESS. Jlet/aj/, Me., Not 2T, 1806. During lOyenrs I grew totally deai iu one oar tuid so deal iu the other that 1 wiu, uniibio to hoar unless addrossd very loudly, and hail disagrecab.o noises in my head. VV as obliged to absent myself iron! churcb and society on Ibal account. I consulted an eminent physician ui Boston witnout relief, and supposed! must always remain deaf, but about two years ago I applied to Dr. Carpeulot ; alter the application of a course ot ids treatment, i could hear a watch tick ti lecl from either ear, and my hearing remains pericci. 1 am (Mi years of age, andicsido on High siroot, Bel last, Maine, where any person can see or near from Mis. F. A. LEWlb. We have been acquainted with Mrs. Lewis lor years and Juiow she was deal' and now hears, and believe the above statement to be correct. REV. C. PALFREY, Pastor of 1st Parish, Bellhst. MR. W. M. RUST, Editor of “Bellas! Age/* [From the Bangor Whig !f Courier.) Troy, Ale., Oct. 30. Dlt. Gahpshuh, Dear Sir:—On the 2od ot Feb ruary last, 1 placed injseli under jour treatment lor Discnarge ot uie Alar, which had continued so long auu was so great us to afi'ocl my hearing. After ap plying liie medicine prescribed by you two months, Uij ears were entirely well and remain the same. Alofcl Respectfully. Alias SUSAN V. HATHAWAY. BLIAME8S. (Front Maine Farmer., Jn defiance oi physicians and all remedies, I sufi'tr od excruciatingly irorn Scrofulous Sore Eyes ten years, being frequently couuucd to a dark room. The reuiuaie* Dr. Carpenter prescribed Dec September, at Bangor, cured them entirely, and tney remain so. KATIE LANG. Fassadumkeag, Me., 186b. [From the Maine Farmer.) I was nearly blind with Scrofulous Sore Eyes four years, being confined to a dark room and suffering excruciating pain a great portion of the tune. 1 con sulted many physiciaus without relict. Dr. Carpen ter cured me. Aly sight is now good. 1 reams in Yassalboro*. Airs. P. B. LANCASTER. CATARRH. [From the Kennebec Journal qf Augusta. Augusta, Ale., Jan.. 1866. 1 have been cured of Catarrh in its most disagree able form, of many years’ standing, by Dr. <’m pou ter. 1 suttereu from pains, dullness and ughl..ea* m my head, continued uisenarges. great diuicuily in talking and breathing, ielt as if 1 had a bad cold the wiible lime, and suuered intensely to the great Im pairment of my health, and was quite discouraged, A>r all 1 had doctored was of no benefit. But thanks to Dr. Carpenter’s skill, 1 now have uoue ot these troubles, i reside in White field, EPHKA1M MAKKUNEK. (From the Maine Farmer.] I suftered from Catarrh over 20 years. Last winter, when 1 consulted Dr. Carpenter, I had frequent ana copious discharges, a bad cough, and my health so much reduced mat myself and frieuds were appre hensive of serious consequences ; but Dr. Carpenter cured me. I am now wed, and free from Catarrh. W. N. SOULE. Cor. Bewail and Court streets, Augusta, Sept. U, 1*66. STATEMENTS oF THE PBJttS. All the published Certificates of Dr. Carpenter ore bona fide.—[Maine Farmer. The Certificates, published In our columns, of Dr. - Carpenter’s cures are bona fide to our owu knowledge. He is all he protases to be, and will not humbug or deceive the public.—[Kennebec Journal, Augusta. Dr. Carpenter has entirely cured persons In this city who have been uuder treatment at the Eye and Far infirmaries without being benefitied.— Age. Several marked oure* have come under our obsenr atiou, and we have couversed with many others who have boeu benehtted by Dr. Carpenters treatment, and we have become satisfied that he is sklllftxl in the class of diseases which he treats, and careful to prom ise only what be can perform.—[Bangor Whig f Coer, See other Certificates In City papers, dec 21—dliu&wlt* Singing School! MU. GABDIKER will commence his second term tor instruction in Vocal Music at the Vos ; try of tho Free Street Church, on MONDAY KVEN ING, Jauiuuy 7th, 1867, at 7$ o'clock. Terms, 24 Lcssous, lilies, #2.00 “ Gentlemen, 3.0tf Monday and Satunlay Evenings until further no Lce._Tickets ior sale at the Vestry. Uc28dtd Hank Notice. rnil E following are the 1st and 2d Sections of an act X or the Legislature, passed Fe b 20, 1866: “Section 1. In all cases w here tho liability of any hank in this State to redeem its bills would expiie “ill the year 1866, but lor tho provisions of this act, “such liability shall be extended until the 1st day of “March, 1867, except such banks as are now in the “hands of tho Receivers.” “Sect. 2. The Bank Commissioners shall publish “in one or nioie new spapers nearest the place where “a bank is situated, and in such other newspapers as “they may see lit, a notice of tho time when the lia bility of such bank will cease for the redemption of “its bills, said notice to be continued ior three mouths ‘•next l»efore the time named therefor.” The liability of the following banks to redeom their bills, wliic|i would have expired in the vour 1866, and alter the passage of this act is, by tho first section of the act, extended until the 1st day of March, 1867: Augusta Bank,at Augusta Long Reach Bank at Bath Bpth Bank, at Bath. Lewiston Falls Bank, Bank of Somerset, at f«wiston. at Skovvbegan. Marine Bank, Bank of Winthrop, at Damariscotta. at W mthrop. Northern Bank, Freemans B’k, at Augusta at Hallowed. Granite Bank, at Augusta.OaklandBank, International Bank, nt Gardiner. __ , , y Portland. Orono Bank, at Orouo. RenduskoagBank. Skowhegau Bank, at Bangor. at Skowbegan. A. 0. ROBBINS, \ Bank xr o* F. E. WEBB, f Coroniissionors. Nov .3, 1866, no28dlaw3m K. A. of the P. P. I). Annual Meptingf. rPllE Annual Meeting of the Kclijcf Assooia A Tl.m °i tho Portland Firo Department, will be held at tho Chief Engineer’s Offlce, (Old CUy Jiall building,) ou Wednesday Evening, January Put. at 7| o c.ock, for the choice or Trustees and the transac tion of other business. Per order of the President. JOHN C. TUKE3BURY, Sec’y. jan 1 1867. dtd Crossman’s Polish, Crossntan’s Polish. Oossuiiui's Union Furniture Polish! fTlHE best in the world lor Polishing Mahogany. 1 Walnut, Stair-Post*. Rails, Counters, or any kind of Furniture. This Polish has been used by Mr Crownuii fi*r the hist twenty years, giviug perfect sat isiacUon ro all. U is warranted to stand a tempera (ure or two hundred degi. ol hut, ami ie not other wlso Mwtly de&ced. Furniture pub.hod with it will bo i>Mlecuy dry and ready f,.r uso In live minute* at ter Uie l ol»h t.|ml on. Price Seventy-Five ami KU 2Gts per bottle; anyone can use it by following e Directions on the boltl**. Reference—Messrs C. A L. Frost,Capt Inman, USA. Messrs. Breed * Tukey, benj Stevens, Jr., Wm. Allen, N. M. Woodman. For sale by Burgess, Fobes & Co, W. F. Phillips <& Co., H. H. flay & Co, Samuel Rolf. H. W. & A. beering. Manufactory 376 Congress st. up stairs, opposite head ot Groen st. 3. C. RIGGS, Agent, dec28dtt Portland, Maine. For Millbridge and Chcrryfleld. Sch ESSEX, ('apt Hopkins, will r» ii, cclve Freight for Millbridge and Cherry Mf, g fleM, on SA I L UD.c V, the S b net. ' Ju4d2i 73 i ommeictal Si reef. XtJMBER ! All kinds of SPRUCE LUIIBER, WHOLEflALB AND RETAIL. Frames and Dimension Lumber sawed to order at short notice. Clapboards, Shingles and Laths. PBBKINH, JACKSON Me CO., High Street Wluurf, 302 Commercial, J*n4dtf fool of High street^