Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, January 9, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated January 9, 1867 Page 3
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LATEST NEWS BY TELEGIiAPH TO THE PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. _- - Wednesday Morning, January 9, 1807. _- -.. . LEGISLATURE OF MAINE. Joint Standing Committees. [special LlsPATCH TO THE LAXLY PRESS.] State House, Augusta, Jan. 8. SENATE. Prayer was offered by Rev. Mr. McKenzie, of Augusta. A communication was received from Geueral John L. Hodsdon, accepting the effico of Ad jutant General; also from Aaron P. Emerson and John S. Baker, accepting the office of Councillors. A joint convention of both branches was held, and the same gentlemen were duly qual ified. An order introduced by Mr. Brown, of Hamp den, casio from the House, instructing the committee on Kules and Orders to enquire in to tho expediency of a new committee on Legal Reforms, to bo composed of members who have no private interest involved against such re form, distinct from the public good. On motion of Mr. Crosby, all after the words “ legal reforms ” were stricken off, and the or der passed as thus amended. A joint select committee on the Governor’s Message was appointed, on the part of the Sen ate consisting of Messrs. Foster, Perkins and Robie. Alter the Committees were announced the following petitions were received: 8. J, Denins and other, for charter of thf Augusta, Hallowoll & Gardiner Horse Rail road. Petition of the Selectmen of the town of Dexter, in behalf of said town, for authori ty to loan its credit in aid of the construction of tho Dexter & Newport Railroad, which were severally referred.—Adjourned. BOUSE. After tlio committees .were announced, Mr. Stevens, of Augusta, presented the following petitions, which were referred to the Cotnmil tee on the Judiciary: Petitions of Mayor of Augusta for amend ment of city char ter. Petition of city of Au gusta for additional legislation .to enable them to maintain a free bridge. Petition of city of Augusta for authority to raise and expend money to improve water power within its lim its. Petition of Kennebec Water Powor Com pany for amendment of charter and authority to raise the dam at Augusta. ilr. Shepley, of Portland, presented petition of managers of the Asylum for Disabled Sol diers for cession of jurisdiction of land known as Togus Mineral Spring estate, for a military asylum, with accompauyiug bill. Also an act to cede to the jurisdiction of the United States certain lands in Portland for a Custom House. Referred to Judieiary Committee. Mr. Pennell, of Harpswell, presented peti tion for aid to Harpswell Academy. Referred to Committee on Education. Mr. Jackson, of Brunswick, presented peti tion of Cabot Manufacturing Company, for in crease of capital; referred to Committee on Manufactures. Also an act to incorporate the Equal Rights Mining Company; referred to the Committee on Mercantile Aifairs. Mr. Xitcomb, of Augusta, presented the re monstrance of George Brown against the right of Joseph F. Morrill to a seat from Chelsea.— This is the only contested seat. Referred to the Committee on Elections. Mr- Oak, ot Garland, presented an order, which passed tho House, that, the Senate con curring, all petitions, orders, bills and resolves relating to private legislation, submitted attar February 1st, and all relating to legislation of a public nature submitted after February 8th, be referred, without debate, to the next Legis lature : and that the several committees, ex cept the Committeo on [Finance, report finally' on or before February 15th; and that the Leg islature adjourn finally as soon thereafter as a proper disposition of the business then before it will allow.—Adjourned. Gov. Chamberlain has appointed as his Aides Brigadier Geneial Selden Connor, of Fairfield; Brevet Brig. Gen. George Y'arney, of Bangor; Brevet Brig. Gen. Thomas Hyde, of Bath; and Brevet Brig. Gen. John M. Brown, of Portland. Ex Gov. Cony has been appointed Agent to adjust the suspended war claims of the State with the general government. JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES. Judicially.—JAessrs. Weld, Crosby and Cald well, of the Senate; Shepley of Portland, Woodman of Bucksport, Frye of Lewiston, Foster of Watervillo, Plaisted of Bangor, Mc Arthur of Limington, and Downs of Calais, of the House. On Federal Relations.—Messrs. Crosby, Hobbs and Caldwell of the Seuatc; Stevens of Au fusta, Hale of Ellsworth, Stetson of Bangor, 'rye ot Lewiston, Phiuney of Westbrook. Paiue of Eastport, and Cilley of Rockland, oi the House. On Military Affairs.—Messrs. Boynton, Wood ward and Robie of the Senate; Plaisted ot Ban gor, Cilley of Rockland, McArthur of Liniing tou, Chase ot Sidney, Phinuey of Westbrook, Leighton of Millbridgc, and Teague of Lyndon, of the House. On Coast and Frontier Defences.—Messrs. Hobson, Perkins and Houghton of the Senate; Jackson of Brunswick, Davis of Lubec, Wake held of Bath, Sawyer of Saco, Watson of Sedg wick, Burrell of York, and Parker of Isleboro’, of the House. On Railroads, Ways and Bridges.—Messrs. Woodman, Hersey and Rainsdeli of the Sen ate; Shepley of Portland, Morse of Bath, Hol land of Lewiston, Thompson of Bangor, Phil brook of Skowhegan, Walton of Wayne, and Spear of Rockland, of the House. On Mercantile Affairs and Insurance.—Messrs. Holbrook, Mason and Fairbanks, of the Sen ate; Woodman ot Bucksport, Sawyer of Saco, Oak of Garland, Cushing of Frankfort, Morris of Portland, Perry of Camden, and Pinkham of Anson, of the House. On Education.—Messrs. Reed, Billings and Greene, of the Senate; Foster of Waterville, Bickford of Warren, Hutchinson of Harmony, Hutchings of Brewer, Wage of Yarmouth, Fish of Hope, and Blanchard WestGardiner, of the House. On Baijcs and Banking.—Messrs. Perkins, Mason and Houghton, ot the Senate; Messer of Portland, Stetson of Bangor, Jackson oi Brunswick, Gordon of Searsport, Woodman of Bucksport, Phiibrick of Skowhegan, and Talbot of East Machias, of the House. On Agriculture.—Messrs. Eaton, Read and Brown of the Senate; Perley of Naples, Gil man of Orono, Whittier of Vienna, Bradford of Turner, Tainter of Carthage, Bean of Mont vilie, and Jewett of Alfred, of the House. On Manufactures.—Messrs. Dennison, Wood - mau and Hobson of tlie Senate; Stevens of Augusta, Chase ot Portland, Shaw of Dexter, Pulsificr of Poland, Gibbs of Bridgton. Clark of Biddeford, and Purington of Bowdoin, of the House. On Interior Waters. — Messrs. Porter, Win gate and Dyer,of the Senate; Berry of Gardi ner; Morris of Portland, Garcelon ot Troy, Hartwell of Oldtown, Allen of Fairtieid, West of Franklin, and Hanson ot Biddetord, ot the House. On Inland and State Iioads.—Messrs. Hersey, Woodbury and Parks, of the Senate: Fender son ot Parsousfield, Files of Gorham, Rogers of Patten, Teague of Lyndon, Tolman of Milo, Tobey of Athens and Pollard of Masardis, of the House. On Division of Towns.—Messrs. Hobbs, Per kins and Hamblin, of the Senate; Wakefield of Bath, Jordan of Webster, Haines of Noble boro’j Hinckley of Hermon, Perkins of Wind sor, Pollard of Ma9sardis, and Tukey of White field, of the House. On Division of Counties. — Messrs. Wood ward, Parks and Eaton, of the Senate: Tol man of Milo, York of Grafton, Swettof Arrow sic, Grindle of Brooksville, Coffin of Addison, Lord of Porter, and Monroe of Thoinaston, of the House. un incorporation oj lowns.—Messrs. Mason, Fairbanks and Brown, of the Senate; Tobey ot Athens, Irish of Hartford, Merry of Edge comb, Morrill of Chelsea, Crockett of Deer Isle, Libby of Bradford, and Kichardson of K.110X, of the House. ^‘L Fisheries.—Messrs. Houghton, Hobson wiu Fulton, of the Senate; Davis of Lubec, Ke unis ton of Boothbay, Clark of Tremont, Hall ot Falmouth, Fennell of Harps we 11, Howes of Now Sharon, and Ellis of Bristol, of the House. 7 On Indian Aflairs.-Messrs. Pulton, Porter and Boynton, oi the Senate; Oak of Garland &Ur u Alexander, Buck of Eobbiustoui Hartwell of Oldtown, \\ eed ot Littleton, Mer rill of Sutry, and Allen of Hiram, of* the House. On Claim? —Messrs. Fairbanks, Holbrook and Woodbury, of the Senate; Titcomb of Au gusta, Lai rig of Passadnmkeag, Henly of Cape Elizabeth, Perkins of Kennebunkport, WbiJ den of Presque Jsle, JHall of New Vineyard, and Allen of Cumberland, of the House. On Pensions.—Messrs. Hamblen, Dyer and Wingate of the Senate; Brown of Hampden, Merrill of Norway, Gould of Windham, Saun ders of Aurora, and Parsons of Sangerville, of the House. On Insane Hospital—Messrs. Ludwig, Fulton and Denison, of the Senate; Monroe of Bel fast, Titcomb of Augusta, Otis of St. George, Wells of Freeport, Buck mini of Minot, Chick of Clifton, and Nowell of Sanford, Pinkliam of Anson, and Parsons of Waldoboro, of the House. On Reform School—Messrs. Kamsdell, Brown anil Greene, of the Senate; Hanson of Bui tou, Lord of Staudisli, Farmer of ltaugely, eones ot China, Farnham of Greene, Marden Seville, and Brown of Hampden, of the On State Priscrn—Messrs Billings, Bead and Hamblen, ot the Senate: Bailey of Auburn, Howes ol New Sharon, Atkinson of Embden, Barton ot Benton Brown of West Bath, Brackett of Berwick, and Libby of Bradford of the House. On Pubiic Bmidings — Messrs. Woodbury Ludwig and Porter, ot the Senate; Pulsifer of Poland, Gordon of Searsport, Pierce of Etna Parker of Kittery, Periey of Naples, Keunis ton of Boothbay, and Whittier of Vienna, of the House. On Library — Messrs. Bobie, Crosby and Weld, of the Senate; Lapham of Woodstock, Talbot of East Macliiss, Walton of Wayne, Lord of Porter, Dame of Elliot, Barton of Ben ton, and Hutchings ot Brewer, of the House. I XXXIX OONGBESS--SECOND SESSION. SENATE. Washington, Jan. 8. Tho Chair laid before the Senate a petition of in iny officers praying for a longevity ration Referred. Several petitions against the duty on steel in favor of increased tariff' on wind, and on other subjects were presented and appropri atelyjrelerred. " Mr. Sumner presented a remonstrance of colored, citizens of Massachusetts against the admission of Nebraska under the Constitution, restricting suffrage to whites. Ordered to lie on the table. Mr. Williams reported from the Finance Committee a resolution appropx'iating $15,000 to defray the expenses of the joint committee oil Retrenchment. Passed. Mr. Williams offered a resolution w hich was adopted asking the President if any violation of tho civil rights bill had come to his know ledge, and if so, what steps had been taken to punish tho offenders. Mr. Cragin called up the bill relative to pen sion agents. Mr. Lane explained the bill, pending the consideration of which the morning hour ex pired, and the subject went over. ° Mr. Sherman, fr om tho Finance Committee, reported a resolution in favor of refunding to tho Winona & St. Peters Railroad Company, the sum paid by them in duties en railroad iion. Mr. Howard introduced a bill authorizing the payments ol tho rewards ottered by the President , and officers of the War Department, lor the capture of Jettersou Davis, it is the same as tne» bill introduced last session and referred to the Finance Committee. The bill to admit Nebraska was taken up.— Tlie question was upon Mr. Brown's amend ment. A long debate followed which was par ticipated in by Messrs. Sumner, Cowan, Urirnes ana others. The debate on the subject continued at con siderable length, during which Mr. Wade made a long argument in favor of the bill. Mr. Edwards replied that there was nothing in tne Constitution to prevent Congress from enforcing equal rights iu the territories until they become States. Mr. Morrill ottered a resolution instructing the Senate to furnish the Secretary of State with the usual certificate of its passage by a two-thirds vote by each House. Adopted. The subject of war contracts was referred to the Military Committee. Mr. Cresswell spoke iu favor of the Nebraska hill and the amendment. He said he was a uew convert to negro suffrage, hut denied the right of white citizens of that State to dis franchise black citizens. Mr. Saulsbury asked if negroes voted in Maryland. Mr. Cresswell said they did in 1810, but now all Were free and the right could not he douiod them. Fending tho consideration of the hill the Senate sojourned, with the understanding it will be taken up to-morrow. HOUSE. The Secretary of the Senate delivered a message announcing that the suffrage bill had lieeu passed over the President’s Veto by the Senate. Mr. Niblack moved to adjourn. Rejected. On motion, the Committee on Indian Af fairs were instructed to inquire into the cir cumstances of the reported massacre at Fort Phil Kearney recently, And what was the cause of these outrages. The Speaker then presented the veto mes sage of the District suffrage bill. Thu Clerk read the message. The District suffrago hill was passed over tho veto—113 to 3b. The House proceeded to the consideration of Mr. Hasson’s joint resolution relative to the Constitutional amendment. The House amended and passed Mr. Has son’s bill. Mr. Eynch offered a resolution that draw backs be allowed ou all duties and taxes on articles used in the construction of steam and sail vessels. Adopted. Ou motion of Mr. Arnell, the committee on the murder of soldiers in South Carolina were directed tu inquire into the murder of spldie rs named Frank 1. Hickson, at Somerville, Ten nessee, in December last, and Crego, at Nash ville, Tennessee, in December last. Mr. Wentworth offered a resolution looking towards the immediate election t. sting the suf frage question in the District of Cotuinbiu. Mr. Randall, of Pennsylvania, i',jetted. The regular business being uu. - id upon the Speaker Drought up the District -Mirage hill. After discussion, Mr. Hasson s espied the amendment of Mr. Tuayer, that a.iy person who shall sell or offer to sell any person within the limits of the C nited States, or snail make or pass any order lor such sate, shall be held guilty of felony, and ou conviction liablo to imprisonment and line." The bill was passed as amended by a vote 'of lid yeas to 34 nays. The following named Democrats voted for the hill: Messrs. Bergen, Humphrey, Hunter, Radford, Randall of Hentucky, Boss, Taylor, Quinn and Wiutield. Mr. Broomall, in answering the question how he would like to have negroes occupying seats in the Seuate and House of Representa tives, said he thought they were entitled to sit there with gamblers and blacklegs. Negroes always had been open to election to Congress if they could find constituencies to elect them. He also said in reply to Mr. Maynard, “It the loyal mon of tho South demanded the disfran chisement of every rebel, he tor one would sus tain the demand." The House at i o’clock adjourued. FROM EUROPE NEWS BY THE CABLE. London, Jan. 7.—It is said that the govern ments of Great Britain and France have conic to a mutual agreement not to interfere in the differences between Greece and the Sublime Porte, unless Russia should undertake to in terfere. Advices from the Mediterranean state that the Consul of the United States in the Island of Candia refuses to recognize the blockade of Candia by the Turks, because 01 its alleged in effectiveness. The Times of this morning declares that the Polish Nationality has ceased to exist under de crees which have just been issued by the Rus sian Government. The banquet given by the Royal Thames Yacht Club to the gentlemen of the American Yachts took place on Saturday. Lord Alfred Paget presided. Speeches were made express ing the most cordial feelings towards the United States. 'Trieste, Jan. 7.—Reports from Miramar rep resent the health of the Empress Carlotta as improving. Paris, Jan. 7.—Reports from Madrid repre sent the Spanish Government as taking great military precautions against the threatened outbreak in Spain. Toulon, Jan. 7.—Transports to bring back the French troops from Mexico sailed for Vera Cruz to-day under a convoy of iron-clads. Constantinople, Jan. 7.—The Government has received official accounts that the Cretan in surrection has been suppressed. London, Jan. 8, Noon.—The Times of this morning says upon good authority that Sir Froderick Bruce, the BritisliMinisterat Wash ington, has been instructed to ascertain wheth er the United States Government will submit the Alabama claims to arbitration, provided certain points for arbitration are agreed upon previously. The Daily News of this morning, in a leading article, denounces the project lor a Relorin demonstration by the x^'t^imfcUiou of a mass petition. Berlin. Jan. 8.—The election for the mem bers of tile new German Parliament has been ordered to take place on the 12th of February next. New Hampshire Republican State Convention. NOMUfATIOV OF GIcN. BABBIMAW. _ „ Coscobd, N. H., Jan. 8. 'v The Republican State Convention met here to-day to nominate a candidate for Governor and other State officers. An unusual degree of interest was felt in the result, as it was sup posed the delegates were nearly equally divid ed between Messrs. Stearns and Hurriman, the two leading candidates for the nomination.— There were about 700 delegates present. Gen. Griffin, of Keene, presided. A letter was read from Gov. S my the, declining a re nomination. The Convention then proceeded to ballot for a candidate with the following result. Onslow Stearns 318; Gen. Walter Harriiuan 349; scat tering 8. The nomination was then made unanimous. Gen. Harriman was then introduced to the convention, and in a speeeh accepting the nomination, thanked heaven that the country was comparatively at peace. He hoped that security for the future would be demanded in the business of recoustructiou. Traitors should take back seats, Laud loyal men, black aud white, should be called to the front. The committee on resolutions reported. The first renews the pledges of fidelity to the prin ciples ot liberty. The second compliments Congress. The third recognizes the struggle of Irishmen for liberty. The fourth notices the prostration of the Democratic party and its cause. The fifth declares in favor of aiding disabled soldiers. The sixth recognizes the sendees of Gov. Smythe. The seventh ex presses confidence in the nominee. The reso lutions were unanimously adopted. After the appointment of a State Central Committee, the convention adjourned. Colored Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Con Tension. Philadelphia. Jan. 8. The delegates to the colored soldiers’ and sailors’ convention, met at National Hall to to-day. Delegates were present from this State New York, New Jersey, Kansas, South i^v!lla’ Phio, Nebraska, District of Colum !"^0 ^an<!’. Michigan, Louisiana and Vir e l n> 'he tl,e convention was stat ffiwTwhodTttn^ for colored soldiers and sailors who lought to subdue the rebellion, equality of rights with their white brethren h. the army, and to secure the assistance arid co operation of influential colored men in differ ent portions ul the country, in illl)tjtlUin„ measures for the active prosecution oi their claims and the assertion of their rights as free men and citizens of this great Republic. W. Arnold, of Louisiana, was elected tempor ary Chairman. After the appointment of a commiitee, and an address by Rev. Henry B. Garnett, the convention adjourned to three o’clock this afternoon. The Condemned Feuiaa*-<—Confederation In Prince Cd words Island. ,, , New York, Jan. 8. Montreal dispatches say Sir John Michel has received no information of the reported com mutation of the death sentence of the Fenians to 20 years’ imprisonment. Telegrams were received here yesterday stat ing that the Confederation bill had been de feated by a large majority In Prince Edwards Island. __ Destructive Fire at Norfolk. Norfolk, Jan. 8. A large fire took place here this morning.— The Atlantic Hotel and a number of stores Were destroyed. Loss over $120,000, WASHINGTON. THE IMPEAOHMENT QUESTION. Celebration of the Battle of Xew Orleans. SENTIMENT PROPOSED BV THE PRESIDENT. ... , Washington, Jan. 8. A delegation from the Kansas Legislature uas come to this city to prevent the abolish ment of tho government of that State. Fol lowing close upon them is a radical delegation to seek to effect that object. The Secretary of tho Interior and Acting Postmaster General Skinner have approve!! the roport of tho commission heretom re ap pointed to select a site lor a building for a post office, and tor theaceoinmolationof the United States Courts in New York. They recommend an additional appropriation of $1,500,000 for the erection of a building for the purposes men tioned. The decision of Speaker Colfax that tho pro posed impeachment of the President is a ques tion of privilege, was based upon a point of order made by tho Speaker of the 27.li Con gress on an order made by Horace Everett of Vermont, and not by Mr. Everett as Speaker. Mr. Ashley, of Ohio, has been sunnnouod be fore the Judiciary Committee of the House to give testimony upon the impeachment ques tion. contracts nave been made for surveying the exterior lines of fifteen townships in New Mex ico, on the road from Fort Thorn aud Laeiuues to Fort West. Returns from the General Land Office for November from Saginaw, Midi., show lid,<151 acres ot public lands disposed of. Cards are issued for the grand party IU the President's house to-morrow morning, also by Gen. Grant aud lady tor morning receptions, the first occurring the ilth inst. The banquet in celebration of the battle of New Orleans at the National Hotel was attend ed by members, ex-members and membe-i* elect of Congress, Attorney General Blake, Mont gomery Blair and F. P. Blair, the latter pre siding. Over 100 persons took seats at the table. At 0 o’clock President Johnson entered aud was received with cheers, waving of hand kerchiefs and music. He was seated at the right hand of F. P. Blair. Af er the regular toasts, Montgomery Blair announced a toast to the health of the President, to which Mr. John son responded. The President on rising was again applauded. He said it wae not his pur pose to make an address on this occasion, but simply to propose a sentiment, which was read, as follows: "No State of its own will has a right, under the Constitution, to renounce its place in, or to withdraw from the Union, nor has the Ci ngress ot the United States the constitution al power to degrade the people of any State by reducing them to a condition of mere territorial dependency Upon a Federal head, one is dis ruption and dissolution of the Government, the other is consolidation aud exercise of despotic power. The advocates of the latter are alike enemies of the Union and our constitutional form of Government.” The sentiment wa. vo ciferously applauded. MEXICO. Maximilian Pursued by Guerrillas. Another Forced Loan. ESCOBADO REPOBTED ALIVE. San Luis Lotosi Occupied by the Liberals. New York, Jan. 8. A Vera Cruz dispatch of the 23d ult. says Maximilian has been closely pursued by guer rillas, they having been only two hours behind him in passing through Acultozino. Perote had been bombarded by the Imperi alists. Our San Luis Pa^i correspondent writes Dec. 17, that Mejia had levied another forced loan and compelling payment on the part of every one, whether native or foreign. The example of Canales in rebelling at Mata moras was having a disastrous effect, two other Liberal chiefs having declared for Ortega, and more were likely to follow their example. Miramon intended establishing his headquar ters at Guadalajara in order to co-operate with Mejia. The report regarding Gen. Losoda declaring himself neutral is connimed, and his manifes to promulgating the order is given. The Assembly lor the State of Narjarez has been convoked under the new Governorship for the purpose of appointing new civil author ities. Both belligerents are given the right to traverse the territory of the State, and any other person may settle there provided he keep the peace, no matter what his political opinions may have been. Galveston, Jan. 7. The dispatch steamer Blackbird. arrived to night, bringing Brownsville papers of the 4th inst. Gen. Fnffin returned in her. Escobado is reported to be alive. San Luis Potosi had been occupied by the Liberals. The French retreated towards the city of Mexico and were followed by Mejia, who commanded the Imperialists. Ortega had issued a proclamation reciting his claims to the Presidency. The Banchero defends Gen. Sedgwick, and claims that he was justified in his course by Gen. Sheridan. Escobado has, with the approval of Juarez, appointed Cortinas Governor of Tamaulipas, which relieves Borriozabal, who goes to.ass.st in the defence of Monterey against the Impe rial forces who are now advancing. The merchants of Monterey are reported to be favorable to Maximilian. Gen. Parsai had taken possession of Guada lajara, the capital and Imperial stronghold of Jalisco. The specie captured from the Mary Bertrand had been returned to McGaffy & Stickney. It was intended for the purchase of New York arms. Washington Correspondence* New York, Jan. 8. The Commercial's Washington special says that owing to the numerous protests received against the administration of the finances, the resignation of Secretary McCulloch would be acceptible to the President. THE MARKETS. Financial. „ New York, Jan. 8. The express says Money is in good demand but not stringent at 7 per cent. Gold is firmer and more ac tive. .Railways dull and without special feature.— Governments dull and geen rally lower. State bonds quiet. Steamship shares quiet and steady. Miscella neous shares dull and lower. Now ITark Market. „ New York, Jan. 8. Cotton—the market is easier; sales 1,200 bales.— Middling uplands at 35 @ 35}c. Flour—firm and scarcely so active; sa’es of 0,800 ools. State at 975 12 80; Round Hoop Ohio at 1210 @ 14 60; Western at 9 75 14 35; Southern at 12 0u 3 17 00. Wheat—steady; sales 14,500 hush. Milwaukee No. 2 at 2 43. Coru—opened firm but closed a shade easier; sales 74,000 bush. Mixed Western at 1 20 (&! 1 20}. Oats—less active; sales 30,000 bush. Chicago at 67 <£l 68. State at 61 (g> 52c. Beet—heavy. Pork—heavy and lower; sales of 3,700 bids. New mess at 20 62; old do 19 00; prime at 16 75 3 17 25. Lard—lower; sales at 11} <0 l2Jc for old, and 12| m 12jtbr new. Whiskey—dull and nominal. Rice—quiet. Sqgar—steady. Codec —heavy. Molasses—quiet. Naval Stores—quiet and firm, Spirits Turpentine at 66 (&J68c. Rosin at 4 10 <g? 9 00. Petroleum—firmer, sales 1,260bids, crude at 19} @ 20c; Reliued bonded at 28 @ 30c. Oils—quiet. Tallow—steady. Freights to Liverpool—steady. Chicago markets. M Chicago, Jan. 8. Flour is less active and steady; receipts 6,800 bbls.; shipments 4,000 bbls.; Spring extras 10 00 ($ 12 00.— Wheat dull and a shade easier; receipts 12,600 busli.; shipments 4,000 bush.; Sales No. 1 Spring at 2 li; No. 2 Spring at 1 94 {eg 195. Corn less active and 14 (a, 2c lower; sales No. 1 at 82c; No. 2 at 72$c. Oats auTl and closed weak; sales of No. 2 at 424c. Rye quiet; sales No. 1 a« 95c. Bariev firm ana 1 @ 2c better; sales No. 2 at 68 <g> 74c. Mess pork dull and 25® 37$o lower; sales at 18 25. Lardfc lower. Dressed hogs fairly active and steady; sales at 660 % 6 85. Live hogs dull at 5 50 @ 6 10. Cincinnati markets. Cincinnati, Jan. 8. Flour quiet and unchanged; sales at 9 50 @ 10 50 for superfine: Extra at 11 00 (jg 12 25. Cotton active; sales at 31 fe. Whiskey firm at 2 26. There is not much movement in Hogs; sales at 5 76 ® 6 40 for live, aud 7 00 7 50 tor dressed. Receipts for the last 24 hours 6,550 head. Mess Pork steady: sales at 1950 {cl 19 75. Greeu meats advanced ic. Lard unchanged: sales at life for kettle. Bulk meats at 7 50 7 75 for shoulders, and 9£ for bams. Wilniingtan markets. Wilmington, N. C., Jan. 8. Cotton—sales Middling uplands at 32|c. Rosin, common, 3 00 @ 3 25. Spirits turpentine sales at 61c. Charleston market. Charleston, S. C., Jan. 8. Cotton—advanced 2c; sales 210 bales. Middling at 33 <@ 31c. !7ew Oi-lcans'lMarkeit. New Orleans, Jan. 8. Cotton—the market is quiet; Sales 2,400 bales: re ceipts 3,979 bales; exports 3,113 bales; stock in port 221,260 bales. Sales low Middling at 314 ® 32c; Mid dling at33]c. Sugars—the demaud is fair and pricos a shade easi er; sales ot lair at 10£: prime to choice at llj(jg 12Jc. Molasses—the demand is fair at easier prices; sales of lair at 65c; prime to choice at 68 ® 70c. Mobile Markets. Modile, Jon. 7. Cotton—The Cotton market is easier. Middling uplands at 32c. C'ouiiticicial—Prr Cable. Liverpool, Jan. 7, Noon. The Cotton market is steady; prices unchanged.— The sales of the day are estimated at 10,000 bales. Middling uplands 15d. London, Jan. 7, Noon. Consols are quoted at 90£ for money. American Securities.—The following were the current prices of American securities: Erie Railway •hares 4G. Illinois Ceutral shares 82. United States 5-20’s 73. rp, Liverpool, Jan. 7, Evening, ^ttou market is steady anil firm. Sales of the oay 12,000 bales. Middling uplands 15d. rv»>. -i , London, Jan. 7, Evening. Con. ,1s closed at D0J for money. ,Se<-<juiti£s.—The following are the rvSHfi {ju?tall“u3l jT American Securities: Illinois 7?^twli?n^fad5h?rcs ®- United States 6-20’s at *3. Erie Railroad shares 4G. Th. ___ Liverpool, Jan. 8, Noon. salestrSt?.1°l”in8 <}ul|.'t with prospective at 16d ^0_da3r 8,000 bales. Middling uplands quoted j _ London. Jan. 8, Morning. united States Five-Twenties of 18G2 wero od'Jled tn.s morning at 72j. rnwtB . , London, Jan. 8, Noon. Consols wore steady this morning at a slight ad vance, being quoted at 81 for money. SECDRITIKS.-United States 5-20'sare quoted at 72f. Illinois Central Railroad shares quoted Mew York Stock market. New York, Jan. 6. American Gold.134} second Board—The Stocks market is steadv. IT. S. Five-Twenties, registered, 1862.1064 (a? 1064 U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons,. 1862.107} ^ 107J U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1661.105} ^ 106 U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1665,.106} 4$ 106} U. S. Five-Tw enties, coupons ’65, new iwue.104 & 1654 U. S. Ten-Forties, registered.99} (g} loo U. S. Ten-Forties, coupons.100 Treasury Seven-Thirties,..108 U. s. Seven-Thirties, 1st series.li U S. Seven-Thirties. 2d sene9. Treasury Seven Three-Tenths, 3d series, _ Now York Central,.7...Ill, Erie,. 664 Hudson,.130 Reading.105 Michigan Ceutral,.107} @ 108 Boston Slock Lhl, Sales at the Brokers' Board, Jan 8. American Gold. 134} United States Coupons. Jan.. 13 :} United States Coupon Sixes, 1681. 108} “ small. 106 J United States 7 3-10ths, 1st series. 104} “ » small. 10lj “ 2d series. . 184} “ 3d series. 104} United States 5-20s, 1862 . 1064 “ *) jV, 1660. 104s “ smafi. 104} United States Ten-icrtie». 100 Eastern Kailroad.^-4-,. 1074 \\ ostern Railroad. 14(4 Rutland 1st Mortgage Bonds. 122] Fori load Wholesale Prices Car rent. Corrected for the Press, to Jan. 8. jLppiea. Green #* brl. 2 50 @ 4 50 Cooking p bu. 50 @ 75 Dried **tb... H @ 14 Western do. 12 Ashes. Pearl» B).none Pot.. 9 @ 10 Beans. Marrow #* bu. 2 50 @ 3 00 Pea.3 00 @3 5o Blue Pod.... 22 50 @ 2 75 Box Shooks. Pine,. 70 @ 75 Bread. Pilot #> 100 lb 12 00 @15 00 llot ex 100 tbio 50@12 CO Ship.8 50 @ 10 00 Crackers#* brl 6 75 @ Crackers#* 10U 50 @ 55 Butter. Family#) It... 35 @ 38 Store. 22 @ 25 Candles. Mould ^ lb... 16 @ 17 Sperm. 40 @ 42 Cement. |» brl.2 40 @ 2 00 Cheese. Vermont#*tb 16 @ IS New Fork ... 16 @ 18 Coal—{Retail). Cumberland. 10 50 @1100 Lorb y<£Diamond. 10@l04 Lehigh.lo 50 @11 0o Red Ash.9 50 @10 o0 White Ash. 9 50 @10 00 Coffee. Java?ft..., 37 @ 40 Rio. 26 @ 30 Cooperage. Hhd. Sh'k* i lids, Mol. City.. .3 25 @ Sug.City...2 75 @3 00 Sug.C*try.. 150 @175 C'tryKiftMol. Hhd. Sh’ks. 2 00 @2 25 Hhd. H*d*gs, Soft Pine... 25 @ Hard Pino.. 30 @ Hoops,(14ft).35 00 @40 00 R.OakStavesSO 00 @55 00 Copper. Cop. Sheathing 43 ® Y.M.Sheathing 32 @ Y. M.Bolts... 35 @ Cordage. Amerioan#*lb 2u*@ 21 Manila. 22*@ 23 Manila Boltrope 24j @ 25 Drugs and Dyes. Alcohol#*gal 4 50 @ Arrow Root... 30 @ 70 Bi-Carb Soda 9 @ to Borax. 39 @ Camphor . .. .1 25 @ Cream Tartar 35 @ 65 indigo,.1 50 @ 1 80 Logwoodex... 16® 17 Madder. 18 @ 20 Naptha#*gal. 30 @ 55 Opium #* tb. 10 00 @10 26 Rhubarb.4 00 @ 4 50 Sal Soda. 5 @ 61 Saltpetre. 16 @ 28 Sulphur. 74® Vitriol. 18 @ D- ok. No.l,. @ 85 No. 10,. @ 49 Ravens. @ 40 Dyewoods. Bar wood. 3 @ Brazil Wood.. 13 @ Camwood — 9 @ 10 Fustic,. 4 @ 5 Logwood, Cam peachy. 3 @ St. Domingo 2?@ 3 Nic.Wood_ @ Peach Wood.. 8@ Red Wood- 7#@ 8| Sapan Wood.. @ Fish. Cod, qtl. Large Shore 6 50 M 7 50 LargeBank575 @ 6 25 Small.3 50 @ 4 00 Pollock.3 00 @ 4 25 Haddock,new 2 00 @ 2 50 Hake.2 00 @ 2 75 Herring, Shore. & bl.4 00 @ 6 00 Scaled,#*bx. 30 @ 45 No. 1. 25 @ 35 Mackerel #*bl. Bay No.l.. 17 00@l»00 Bay No. 2. 16 60@18 00 Bay No. 3. 13 25@14 25 Shore No.1.18 00 @19 00 Shore No.3. 9 00 @10 00 Flour. White Winter choice xx 16 00@17 50 xx 14 50 @16 00 x 13 00@11 00 Red Winter xx. 14 50® 15 50 x. 13 00@ Spring xx - • 14 0(>@ 14 50 X.. 13 25® 14 00. Supertine .10 00 @12 00 St. Louis & Southern Superior xx 1650@16 00 uanaua i Superior*! 16 00@1G50 Michigan * Western Suprr XI .. 15 60016 60 fruit. Almonds—Jordan $ lb. Soft Shell... ® 40 Shelled_ 0 66 Pea Nuts.8 76 ® Citron, new... 40 0 Currants. ® 18 Dates, new_22 ® Pigs,.new 18 ® 24 Prunes,.. le ® Raisins. Bunch,$bx3 87 ® 4 00 Layer.4 15 U 4 26 Lemons,box 3 50 @ 5 60 oranges,$lno 4 00 ® drain. Corn, Mixed..1 25 ® X 30 West’uYell'w 1 33 ® 1 36 Rye.1 40 « 1 45 Barley.1 20 0 1 25 Oats. 70 ® 76 Shorts $ ton.32 00 ®S5 00 Fine Feed. .40 Oil ® 45 00 Gunpowder. Blasting.5 60 0 6 00 Sporting.C 00 ® 7 50 Hay. Pressed$tonv0 00 022 00 Loose.20 00 ®26 00 Straw. 12 00 016 00 Hides and Skins. Buenus Ayres 20 ® 31 Western. 18 ® 19 Slaughter_ 10 ® Calfskins.... 30® Lamb Skins. .1 00 ® 1 50 Iron. Common. 44® 6 IteUned. 5 ® 64 Swedish. 8 ® 8} Norway. 8J® 9 Cast Steel_ 26 0 28 Uerman Steel. IT ® Eng. Blis.Steel 22 ® Spring Steel.. 11 ® 14 Sheet Iron, English,..., 7® 7| R. G. 8J® It Russia. 23 0 25 Belgian_ 22 ® Liard. Barrel, $ lb.. 131® 144 Regs, $ lb.... 141® j Ltaa. Sheet ft Pipe. 11)3 12 leather. New York. Light. SO @ 33 Mid. weight 34 3 38 Heavy. 30 g 33 Slaughter .. 48 3 51 Am. Call.... 1 45 3 11.5 Lime. Cockl'd,cask 1 40 3 1 60 Lumber. Clear Pine, Noe. 1 ft 2....50 011 385 00 aii. 3.45 00 *50 00 No. 4.20 00 *25 00 hlppiug- 21 00 *24 oo Spruce.14 00 *19 oo Iniueusion Spruce 20*23 Hemlock_13 00 *18 00 Clapboards, Spruce Ex..27 00 *30 00 l'lne Eft.... none. Shingles, Cedar Ext. .4 50 3 4 75 Cedar No.l..S 00 * 3 26 Sbuvod Cedar 5 73 “ Pine 6 75 Laths, Spruce.3 60 * 4 00 Pine. 4 60 * 4 75 Molasses. Porta Rica.75 * 80 Olenftiegos.... CO* 85 Trinidad. 53 * 65 Cuba clayed.. 60 * 62 Clayed tart. 45 * 48 Muscovado. 65 * 60 Nalls. Caek. 7 00 * _ Naval Stores. Tsr 4* brl .. .5 00 3 5 50 Pitch (C. Tar)3 25 * Wll. Pitch .. .5 00 * 5 80 Rosin.7 00 * 12 00 Turpentine p gal. 90 * Oakum. American_10) 3 13) Oil. Kerosene,_ 05 * 70 Sporm.3 50 * tvhalo.1 50 * 1 60 Rank.33 OO *3100 Shore.29 90 *32 00 Porgie.19 00 *21 Linseed. 132 * Bailed do. * 1 37 Lard.160 * 1 65 Olive.2 25 * Castor.3 25 * Neatafoot ....1 85 *2 00 Onions.

Siv’skins# bl. 2 *2 25 Faints. Portl’d Lead .17 50 * Pure Grd do.lti 50 3 PureDrydo.16 50 * Am. Zinc.... 13 00 * Rochelle Yel.. 4* Eng. Yen.Red. 41* Red Lead. 16 * 18 Litharge. 16 * 17 Plaster. Soft, # ton...250 * Hard.2 00 3 Ground.9 00 * 10 00 Produoe. Beef, side# lb 10* 13 Veal. 8 * 10 Lamb. 10 3 13 Chickens. 20 3 72 j Turkeys. 20 3 73 i Geese. 18 3 20 | Eggs, # dot.. 32 * 31 Potatoes,# bbl 1 70*2 00 I Cranb’s # bush 4 00*160 Pro vision*. Mess Beef, Chicago,.. .20 00 In 22 00 1 Ex MO'S. .24 00 *25 00 Pork, ExtraClear *28 O0 Clear.24 00 *25 00 Mess.23 00 324 00 Prime.... 1W0 319 00 Hams. 13 * 16 Ri oe. Rice, # ft.... 10 * 12) Bum. New England 2 65 Saleratus. Saleratus# ft 123 13 Salt. Turk’s Is. # hhd.(8bus.)4 25 3 4 76 Liverpool.4 25 3 4 50 Grind Butter. 30 3 Seeds. Herdsgrass bush 400*450 Clover ft.14 3 15 Red Top bag 5 60 * 6 00 Shot. Drop,# lOOfts *1150 Buidc. 312 50 Soap. Extra St’m Kenned 11) Family.10) No. 1. 10 Olinc. 13) Chem Olive. 11) Crane's. 13) Soda. 13) spices. Cassia, pure.. 80 £ Dloves. 43 ® 45 Ginger. 28 ® 30 Mace.140 ® Nutmegs.135 ® 1 40 Pepper. 28 ® So Pimento. 30 ® 33 Btareh. Pearl. 11 iS 12* Sugar. Muscovado... 11® 12* liar. Brown . 1;*® 14 Hav.White... note Crushed..... 15 ® 15. J Granulated... 15® l.'l Powdered.... 15® 15* Eagle Relinery A ® none do do B ® none Teas. Souchong- 76 ® 90 Oolong. #0 ia 95 Oolong, choicel 00 ® 1 06 Japan.110 ® 125 Tin. Banca, cash.. 35 ® 37 Straits, cash.. 33® 35 English. 31 ® 37 Char. 1.C...14 00 ®14 50 Char. 1. X.. .17 00 ®17 50 Tobaooo. Fives 4c Tens, Best Brands 70 ® 80 Medium_ GO ® 65 Common ... 55 ® 60 Half lbs. best brands. 75 ® 80 Nat’lLeaf, lbs.l 00 ® 1 25 Navy tbs. 75 ® 85 Twine. Cotton Sail... ® 80 Flax. ® 75 Varnish. Damar.2 75 ® 3 75 Furniture .. .2 25 ® 4 25 Coach.3 00 ® 8 60 Wood. Hara, retail. 10 50 ®11 00 Sort. <3 7 00 Kindling pbnx 30 ® 40 Wool. [Jnwash’d Fleecet'5 ® 30 Washed do.SO ® 85 Lamb Skins.. 75 ® 110 Zinc. Mosselman, sheet,14 @14* Lehigh.14 ®U* Portland Dry Goads Market* COTTON GOODS. Inches. Price. Heavy Sheeting,.37.19® 224 Fine Sheeting,.36. 174® 19 Fine Sheeting,. 40.204® 22 Medium Sheeting,.37.14® 17 Light Sheeting,. 37.14 ® 16 Shirting,.27 to 30.12 ® 14 BLEACHED SHEETING. Good Bleached Sheeting,.36. 22 ® 274 Good Bleached Sheeting,.9-8.25® 32} Medium Sheeting,.36.17® 22 Shirting,.27 to 32.124® 15 DRILLING. Heavy Drilling,. 30. 221® 25 Medium,.30.20 ® 22 J Corset Jeans,.15® L5 COTTON FLANNELS. Heavy Cotton Flannels^...25 ® 30 Medium Cotton Flannels,.20 ® 25 Bleached Cot ton Flannels,.26® 374 STRIPED SHIRTING. Heavy Striped Shirting,.30.25 ® 30 Heavy Striped Shirting,.27.22* ® 26 Medium Striped Shirting,.27.17® 20 TICKING. Heavy Ticking,.374® 55 COTTONADEB. Heavy double and twist,.45 ® 55 DENIMS. Heavy Denims,.40 ® 45 Medium Denims,.26 ® 324 CAMBRICS AND PRINTS. Colored Cambrics,.12*@ 153 Best Prints,.16® is' Medium Prints,.14® 16 DELAINES. DeLaines, .24 @ 26 CRASH. Crash,.llj® 17 BATTING, WADDING, AC. Cotton Batting, |» lb,...18® 25 Cotton Wadding, lb,.30 ® 35 Wlcking.55 ® 65 WOOLEN GOODS. Kentucky Jeans,.-..25 ® 60 Satinets,. ® 85 Union Meltons.75 00 Black Union Cassimeree.80 ®1 00 Black all wool uassuneres,.1110 ®150 Black Doeskins,.125 cai 75 Fancy Doeskins,.1 00 ®1 60 Kepellant, 6-4,.137413145 WOOL FLANNELS. Bine Mixed Twilled Flannels.32j@ 60 Blue and .Scarlet. 10 ® 80 White. plam. 3-4. .."."'.35 ® 50 White, Plain,. 36 60 ® 10 **•*•!•■* D»Uy Preu Stack Mat. COBBltCTEP BY Wit. H. WOOD A BOH, Stock ami Exchange Broker, 178 Fore St., Portland. For the week ending Jan. 8, 1867. IJticnplumi. Par Value. Offered. Jtked Government G's, 1881.108. 109 Government 5-20, 1802.107.108 Qovernmen t 5-20,1864.106.107 Government 5-20.1HI5,. pel.107 Government 6-20, July,.104.105 Government 7-30, Ft series.104.105 Government 7-:io, 2d and 3d series,_104.105 Government 10-40,. 99.loo State ol'Maine Bonds,.99.104 Portland City Bonds.97.93 Bath City Bonds,...95.96 Bangor city Bonds, 20 years.CO.96 Calais City Bonds,. 95.96 Cumberland National Bank,_40. 45.47 Canal National Bank,. 100. 102.103 First National Bank,.100.102.103 Ca6C0 National Bank,.100. 102.103 Merchants’National Bank,.75.70. 77 National Traders Bank,.100.102.103 Second National Bank,.loo.90.95 Portland Company,.100. 00. 95 Portland Gas Company,.50.51.52 Ocean Insurance Company,_100_104.108 At. * St. Lawrence K. R.,.56.60 At. A St. Lawrence R.R. Bonds,100.92. 94 A. A K. R. R. Bonds,.86. 86 Maine Central R. R. Stock,_100. 12.16 Main* Central R. R. Bonds,.80.83 Androscoggin R. R. Stock,.60.worthless. Androscoggin 1st Mortg’ge Bonds,.96_.100 Ken. & Portlaud R. R. Bonds,.100..85. 90 Portland a Forest Av’n’eR.R., 100. 60.70 Portlaud Glass Company,.loo.100.101 Port. Shovel ManuiBc’g Co.loo.nominal. Richardson's Wharf Co.,....... 100.96.loo MISCELLANEOUS. A New Place Just Open l WHERE you can buy real French CALF SKINS and Pnilippe an<f Cauaud’s SARDINE*, just received now Pans, now in bond, and for sale in lou to suit cu'towers by XI. P E Y BEX, OSm over the Fish Market, jan2,12m« fEPEBAI, ATHEKT. STEAM RCFIAED SOAPS ? LEATHE~Jb GORE, WOULD solicit the attention ot the trade and consume) a to their Standard Brando ot STEAM KEFINEXI SOAPS, -viz: EXTRA, FAMILY, NO. I, OLEINE, CHEMICAL OLIVE, CRANE'S PATENT, SODA, AND AMERICAN CASTILE, Allot SUrEltlOKQUALlTlES, in packages suita ble f r the trade aud lainily use. Importing direct our chemicals, and using only the best materials, and as our goods are manufactured under ihe personal supervision 01 our senior partner, who has had thirty years practical experience in the business, we therefore assure the public with con deuce that we cas and will furnish the Beat Goods at the Lowest Prices 1 Having recently enlarged and erected NEW WORKS, contain# all the modem improvement*, we are enabled to furnish a supply of Soap* ot the Bert Q,uul itio«, adapted to the dtmand, for fix port and Domestic l'oa«aiiuptiou. LEATHE <0 GORE'S STEAM REFINED SOAPS I •OLD BY ALL THE Wholesale Grocers Throughout the Slate. !Leathe & Gore, 397 Commercial St, 47 it 49 Beach Street, March 2f-,S3BTLAWI>’MA1NK- _ PMJVO-EOUTE. INSTRUCTION GIVEN on tbo PIANO Misa AGUES McC. LORD, 497 Congrats Street. January 4,1887,_ JaWtf o Y » T_E R sl wilhamil barton, AT his stores, Non. 231 & 233 CongressStreet, near . w Si!F Building. >a constantly receiving fresh arrivals of^ew Vorlc and Virginia Oysters, which he is prepared to sell by tl.e gallon, <iuart or bushel, or served up in any style. January 5,18C7. dtt LOWELL & SENTER, WILL occupy the new Store Na. 301 Con gress Street, corner of Brown Stroet, shout Dec, lKh.with a new’.took of Watches, Jewel rp, Silver and Plated Ware, and laser Goods lor the bolidaye. 7 They hare reoecupled their old Hand No. 04 Ex change street, with acomplete itock of Nautical Si , '’|I ICJ Goods, Chronometers, Watches, Clwkt, Eine Tool, Ibr Mschinisa and Engineer,, Ac! 1Wr crlendt and customers invited to old head quarters. Dec l, l«6.-»d3m Qo to Adams A Purinton's pH® your House-furnishing Goods of all kinds; J. Carpetings, and all kinds of Crockery, Glaus, Tin, Stone. Earthern and Wooden Ware, Paper Hang ings, Window Shades, Ac, Ac.no23d3m Choiee Southern aud Western FLOUR AID CORI! for sale by O’BBION, PIERCE & CO., Wholesale Dealers, 139 Commercial Ml., decSldly__PORTLAND, Me. To Let. TX7HARFAGE and Storage to let on wharf with » V wide and narrow gauge rail track, and deen water. Apply to J. H. HAMLEN, head Hobson's wharf.__ JaBil3w FIRST ANNUAL SALE" — o? Fancy Goods! Greatly Reduced Prices l DAVIS & CO., Having determined to reduce their extensive stock of LADLES* Furnishing and Fancy Goods! will sell, until further notice, goods at from 95 to 50 per coat, leu thnu former Price*! Please examine our prices and be convinced, WE *nALL SELL Good American Corsets for * 75 Ladies’ Cotton and Wool Bibbed Hose, 25 Children's all Wool Hose, il5 Best Shetland Clouds, 1 00 Ladies’ Hoods. Beautiful Breakfast Shawls from 1.75 to 5 50 Ouc thousand Litton Collars for .10 Ladies Paper Goods of all descriptions. Blch Embroidered Collars at .25 250 Dozen Linen Handkerchiefs for 121 cents each. 500 “ “ 1* extra, 17 “ “ 100 '• “ « very line! 25 “ Ladles’ Gloves, fleece lined, .25 Children’s Gloves, fleece Lined, 15 BLACK KID GLOVES, I.® Best French Kid Gloves, • 1,25 A Ml assortment of GERMAN ZEPHYR WORS TEDS, imported by us, and a superior article. Pons, Veils, Under Garments, Corsets, every kind and size, and FANCY GOODS of a'.l Descriptions, An examination of this branch will convince all that wc are making prices very low. Dress Trimmings at prices to suit. VELVET RIBBONS, black and colored,in any width; by the piece we make a discount. By All our prices will prove to you beyond a doubt that goods are sold hero cheaper than elsewhere. Remember the place, old stand of HERMANN GRUNTAL, now DAVIS & CO., IV*. to Clapp’s Block, Coagreu Street. January 1, 1867. dtt The Crown Mining: Company. THE annual lueetiug of the stockholders in the Crown Mining Company will be keld at the . Chestnut street School House, in the city of Portland, outhk seventeen Jr day of January, 1667, at three o’clock lu the intern0011. _ , , _ W. DAVIS, Secretary. ^Portland, Jan. 2, 1807. JanOeodtd Notice. THE subscriber has taken a chamber in Clapp’s new building, corner of Federal and Exchange streets, fur the present, where those indebted can call and pay up, ana those who have books from his late Library are requested to return them immediately. He has for aale Envelopes, Note Paper au<l Playing Cards cheaper than the cheapest, for ca9li only. JanSewllw __ "• D- KOB1NSON. COOPER & MOUSE, np-AKE pleasure in Informing their old patrons and A that they have resumed business at their OLD STAND, forner of Market and Milk streets, where they will keep constantly on hand the best as sortment of Meats, Poultry, Game, &c., That the market aflords, and it will be their earnest endeavor to serve their customers with promptness and fidelity.___deed .Jtf Moist tlie Flag I Stare Re-built! New Goods l At OS Exchange St., Jese’s Black. S. II. COLESWORTHY, INVITES his customers to Hie old stand now re built, where he wiJl on Monday, show them a ffno stock of Books, Stationery, Paper Hangings, ENGRAVINGS, Oval, and other kinds oi Picture ' Frames, &t.. With a good variety of Fancy Artictee suited to the times and the Holidays. dc22d3w O YSTERS ! Jl'SI RECEIVED a cargo of those splendid1 NORFOLK OYSTERS, By the Qmrt, Gallon, Bushel ar Cargo ! All In want of Oysters for the trade, Parties, Le vees, &c., will find it Iqt interest to g#H at Head quarters, No. 9 Union Wharf. ' Jen7d4w_JAMES FBBIMAH. Notiee. ; T>ER80N9 clearing the ruins or digging cellars can Jr 1,."J hgnod place lo deposit their mblilsli on ■ Frank 1 In Whirl-. S. ROUNDS, _eeptlO—dtf_Wbarunger. just beceived! A NEW LOT —or— LADIES* CLOAKINGS At Lower Priees than Eva*. ALL other goods Marked Down ia Proportion, -at -- A. D. REEVES, No. 30 Free Street. December 18,1866. d3w _ Horse and Sleigh for Sale. A GOOD Hone and Sleigh tor sale cheap. In quire at GRAHAM'S Iron Foundry, Jan7dlw* 100 Green street, WAA'rm Wanted. A SITUATION by a young man as assistant Bookkeeper, Entry Clerk ot Salesman. Address, * H. W.” Portland. ja&llw* Wanted Immediately t A First Class Lady Teacher S To take charge of the English Department in a Seminary. Apply to D. C., Box 276, dc29d3w Saint John, Near Brunswick. Flour Barrels Wanted. ON andattor January 2d, 1867, we shall resume the purchase ot Flour i*rla. FOB CASH, at the urnco oi the Portland Sugar Co., ay l-a D*nr«rth at. dc27dlm_J B.BBOwn * SONS. Flour Barrels Wanted! WEa^r/U,teS5rfjr ** LYNCH, BA It KE ft & CO., novl3dtf lJ'J Commercial street. 95! Agents Wanted! $lo FVJS to Ton Dollars pur day, by the Hartford Publiahing Co. Box 1606 Portland, Maine. Portland Dec. 17 dim* Wanted Immediately. -4 Good American, Nova Scotia and Irish lv/V/ Girls to do housework, cook, 4c., In pri vate 1 ami lies and hotels in this c.tv and country. Situations sure. The oest wages paid. A'ao 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 tree of charge. Address or apply at the General Agency Employment Office, 8311 « omjress Street, up stairs. COX A P0WAB8. sept26dtl_ late »V lil'TA JS F A CO. AGENTS WANTED, F»r Frank Ma.re’e Raw W.rk “WOMEN OF THE WAR.” AGENTS will fi ml this a book of real mail and in trinsic value—SUBJECT NBW—intensely inter esting and exciting No Work ever attracted ami engaged the public mind like this. Everybody wants it, and thousands will purchase it as soou as an op portunity is afforded them. Read what Agonts say of it. One experienced Agent writes: It is the easiest and pleasantest Book he ever canvassed for; and says people are delighted with it, the Ladies especially. Another says: 44Women of the War" is the book of the season. Another, 187 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 the people. Tho territory is clean and clear.— Agonts undorstaud the advantages in this particular. For full particulars send for Circular. Address C. A. CHAPIN, Phoenix Building, Room 13, Boston, decl7d&wlin BOARD AND ROOMS. To be Let. PLEASANT unfurnished rooms without board, suitable tor gentlemen and their wives. En quire at No. 5 South street, between U and 11 A. M. each day. janSdtf To Let with Board. A Larue Front Parlor at 31 Free Street. Also Lodging Room with or without Board. Jan&l2w* To Let. THREE large pleasant Front Rooms on Pearl St., to gentlemen of steady habits, without board. Inquire at No. 53 Poarl St. jahilw* Rooms to Let. TWO Front Rooms, well furnished, to let with board, No. 30 Center Street, opposite Preble House- Jaiittw* TO LET. A Good Tenement in House No. 94 Brackett St. Inquire of J. G. WOODMAN, Jr., jan *U 21} Free Sueut. REAL ESTATE. House for Sale. SITUATED on the corner of’L;n olu and Anderson Streets. It is a new house, one and ahali stories, with an ell—good well of water. &c. House nearly finished. Lot 30 by 09. Price $1,600. Terms easy. Apply to PATTERSON & CHADBOURNE, Dealers in Real Estate, “Morton Bloch,” janblw Next above the Preble House. NOTICE. I will sell on favorable terms as to payment, or let lor a term of years, the lots on the corner oi Middle and Franklin streets, and on Franklin street, including the corner of Franklin and Fore streets. Apply to WM. HILLIARD, Bangor, or SMITH & HELD Attorneys, Portland, jylztt DOB HALE, in Uornam, fifteen minutes walk X1 from the Depot, a nearly new, neat Cottage House, Bam and outbuildmgsjiAving all the conven iences and in prime condition. It is situated near a grove and a snort distance from the County road. Apply to J. E. STEVENS. Gorham, July 17. First Class Houses for Sate. WE offer tor aale tha eight first class brick houses, recently built by us, situated on Pine Street, between Clark and Carleton Streets. These houses are thoroughly built, with slate roofc, brick drains, and marble mantelpieces throughout.— They will be sold at a lew price, and on very favora ble terms. Apply at our office, No. 271 Danmrth St J. B. BROWN & SONS. or WJd. H. JEItRIS, Real Estate Agent, opposite the Preble House. October 10, 1866. 4tf House Lots on India St., for Sale. ■pNQUlR® of CON A NT Sc RAND, XJ 133 Commercial Street, M H. M. PAYSON, Portland, Nov. 21. dtf Exchange Street. Desirable Store Loti FOR SALE, N COM91E BC I A L IIBIET. THE subscribers oiler fur sale tlie lot of land on the Boutlierly aide ol Comuiercitl Street, head ul l>an»’s Wharf, measuring 72 by 150 feet, t ot Air tlier particulars inquire JuNAS H. PEKLEY. Oct 12 »or W. 3. DANA. For Lease. THE ruluablc lot oi land corner ot Middle and Plumb Streets, mr a term of years. Kuauire ol, C. C. MITCHELL A- SON. Ang. 28, lMlti—dtl_1,0 Eorc Street. ISA House for Sale, No 32 Myitle Street. En >' quire at No. 0 Central Wbarf. UL July 12—dti Valuable Hotel Property ibr Sale. rpHE Oxford House, pleasantly situated in the vil 4- lageoJ Fryeburg, oxford county, Maine. Is ot tered lor sale at a bargain, a applied for soon. The House is large, in good repair, with iurniture and natures ibroughout, together with all necessary outbuildings. For full particulars inquire oi HOKATIO BOOTHBY, Proprietor. Or Hanson & Dow, 343 Congress st. Fryeburg, Sop«.. ra, 1866. dtf Farm tor Sale. 1WILL Bell my larm near Allen’s Corner West brook, about three miles from Portland, one miie from horse cars, aud Westbrook Seminary. Said term contains about 10b acres, part of it very valuable for tillage, and part oi it ibr building low. ihero is a good house, two large burns, and out hous es on the premises. It will bo sold together, or iu lots to suit purchasers CXKUS TilUliLoW, ■epll-dtt 1C5 Commercial st. CITY NOTICES. Snow to be Keinoved from Foot way or Sidewalk. Sect. 6b.—The tenant or occupant, and in case there should be no tenant, the owner, or any person having the care of any building or lot of land bordcr lug ouany street, lane, court, square or public place within the city where there is any footing or side walk, shall, after the ceasing to fall of any snow, it In the nay time, within throe hours, and if in the night time, before ten of the clock of the forenoon, aucQpeding, cause such snow to be removed ifbm such footway or sidewalk; an ' in default thereof, shall forfeit and pay a sum uot less than two dollar*, nor more than ten dollars; and for each and every hour thereafter that the same shall remain on such foot way or sidewalk, such tenant, occupant, owner, or other )>erson shall forfeit and pay a sum not less than one dollar nor more than ten doilars. All persons are hereby notified to govern them selves accordingly, as the above ordinance will be en forced. JOHN 9. HEALD, decl8dtf _City Marshal. I have just received from Mr. C. P. Kroll of New h ?">,* 01 1,18 P*teut Hair Brushing Machines! JcliSlUf_ H. H. JOHNSON. For Sale. TKLnri*. t'f.MIItA, 174 tons old measuremont X VMll calculated for the Coasting trade. •SSSwkwSw YEAfoN & HALE. | dividend. THE PORTLAND COMPANY will pay a Divi dend of Three Per Cent tree from Govern ment Tax, at the Merchants National Bank, on and after the 21st inst. to all stockholder* borne on the hooka of the Company on the 13th lust. THUS. LINCOLN CASEY, Treasurer. Portland, Jan 2d, i«67. Ja3d2w Cumberland National Bank* , THE Stockholder* of the Cumberland National ' Bank ot Portland, are hereoy notilied that there I will be a meeting of the Stockholders held at their Banking Boom.on Monday,the21st day of January, 1867, at Yoclock P4 AL, fi>r the choice of Directors, an<l the transaction ot any other business that mav then come before them. y _ . SAMUEL SMALL, Caahlcr. Portland, Dec. 16, 16a. (facial td For Sale, A SUIT of Sails, Rig.il Ig a ml Blocks, nsturly nsw, front a fishing Schooner of 100 tons; alio Top- ' sails, For. and Mainsails, second hand. 1 . SAMPSON f OONANT, I decldtt No, 10 ft 26 Coudusrolid Wharf, I EKTEBTAWMMTS, Portland Theatre. BMwell Ac Browse, Imam Ac Manager,. NKW SKN8ATION » TBirnpoiNr bdccem of Hiss Rachel Johnson, wh0 GRIFFITH GAITUT! assisted by the bvorlte Actor MR. B. MACAUIjEV, suj-pjrt.'d by tbe entire company. Now Memory, Na.ic, Appointments, Arc. rF-Soc Programmes. JanSdtf Mercantile Library Lectures. The Third Lecture U> tbe < -nurse will be delivered In Moohnoios* Hall, —os— Wednesday Even’y, Jan. 9th, -BY— Rev. He He Gallalier, OF BROOKLYN, N. Y. SUBJECT—“America and tbe Americans.” Season Tickets, $1,JS; Evening Tickets, 00 cts. Doors open at 6—Lecture commences at 7$ o’cl'k. Jan7d3t __Pan order Committee. Woodford’s Corner Dances / Tliera will be a Course o/ Assemblies At IUf«H> Bali, We ad ford’s earner, Commencing on VBBNB8DAV EVENING, JU| M| Tickets, 91.00. Music by Chandler's Qu,drills Baud. Dancing to commence at 8 o’clock precisely. floor Managers—W. Lord, L. J. Iiolt. fjT'There will bo an extra car on the Westbrook line at the close of the dance for the accommodation of them living in tlie city. Jauhlst* I. A. R. A. The Irish American Relief Assoeia’n will give a course of SIX ASSEMBLIES, AT MECHANICS* HALL, Cea»scle| Monday Ere’g, Jan. 7ik, and closing with a GRAND BALL. Tickets for the Course, including the Ball, will be 95.00: Evening Tickets, *1.00; Ball Tickets, 81.50. liTMusic by Chandler's ftiil Quadrille Band, D. H. Chandler, Prompter. Dancing to commence at 8 o’clock precisely. floor Manager,—'Thomas Parker, James Rooney James E. Marshall, Robert Dow, Patrick McCaferty William H. Kelor. Messrs. O’Riley and Bodkin will take charge of the clothing.__decdldtf Ho for a Sleigh Bides TII® ptoprietor is now prepared with his BOAT SLEIGH "ENTERPRISE," to carry parties in or out of the city at tlie shortest no, tee. On Wednes day and Saturday afternoons, (when pleasant) will leave head of State Street at 2 o'clock, to carry chil dren aud others, at 25 ots. per hour. Children under twelve (12) years Iltteen cents. N. S. FERNALD. Portland, Dec 18th, 1808. dc22dtf Crossman*8 Polish, Cross man’s Polish. Crossman’s Union Furniture Polish! THE best in tho world lor Polishing Mahogany, Walnut, Stair-Posts, Rails, Counters, or ally klpd of Furniture. This Polish has been used by Mr Crossman tor the last twenty years, giving perfect sai istsefion to all. It ts war ran tod to stand a tempera ture of two hundred dogs, of heat, and is not other wise easily deftced. Furniture polished with it will bo perfectly dry and ready for use In hvu minutes al ter tiio Polish is put ou. Price Seventy-Five aud Jfil ly Cts. per bottle; anyone can use it by following tlie Directions on the bottle. Reference—Messrs C. ,V L. Frost,Capt Inman,USA, Messrs. Breed A Tokey, Reid Stevens, Jr., Win. Aden, N. 51. Woodman. For sale by Burgess, Fobes & Co, W. F. Phillips * Co., H. H. Hay <6 Co, Samuel Roll’, U. W. & A. Doering. Manufactory 376 Congress sL up stain, opposite head of Green st. s. C. luuus, Agent, dec28dtt_Portland, Maine. It. IF. ROBINSON, Counsellor and Attorney at Law, CHADWICK HOUSE, 340 Csigron Street. Jan 4—dtf WEW YEAR’S GIFTS A good assortment of GENTS’ COUNTRY KNIT HOSE 1 DOMESTIC YARNS I 0*»TS>, LADIES* AND CHILDREN’S GLOVES AND MITTENS, -ALSO — Breakfast Shawls, Heads, INea and Bays’ Scarfs, Denaan Worsteds, Dress Trimmings, Tidies, Kalttiag Caltaa, Angela a ad ether Eaetery Ear as. New lot of Ladies' and Children's BALMORAL SKIRTS ! very pretty, and lata stylet. Also BALMORAL BOBDEBINO, for sals at M. E. BEDIOW’S, dec31il2w_430 CaagreM Street. Dressed Ho^s. CHOICE lot. Just received and for sale by BLAKE, JONES & CO„ ja5 llw_137 Couiiuorci.il St. I ROW AND STEEL! EBE\ COBEY, Nos. 9 and 11 Moulton Street, Near Fool of Exekaafe St, Paritaud, Importer ud Dealer in all kinds of Bar, Hoop, Oval & Half Round IRON S Greave’s Spring A Corking STEEL! Will. Jessop A Son’s Cast Steel Carriage ’Tyer Steel. Swede aad Kcrwaj Shapes, Nail Bade, Dorse aheea aad Nails, Carriage Bella, Naisaud Washer, Balt Bade, Rivets, IKallahle Hastings, Bellows, Anvils, Vises, Tyer Readers Screw Plates, Bead Drills, dire. S3T~ Agency lor the sale of Carriage Springs and Axles, at Mauu&cturers’ prices. Lg"-Wan tod a Salesman acquainted with the Iron Trade. January S, 1W7. JaSd&wlm NOTlCEIs her, by given, tv at the subscriber has becu duly appoiutod and taken upon hijusci/ the (rust ot Administrator with tbe will annexed 01 the estate at JOSIAH MILLJKEN, •la: e of Port and, in the County ol'Cumberland, de ceased, and given bonds as th - law directs. Alt persons having demands upon the eeia e 01 said de ceased, are require! to exhibit the same; and all per sons indebted to said estate are called upon to make payment to SETH ii. MJLLXKEN, Administrator with the will annexed. Portland, Dec. 4,18tX>. dec2ld3w* Marrett, Boor & Co., Having taken the Clumbers 311 CONGRESS STREET, ADJOINING MECHANICS’ HALL, Are now prepared to offer their friends and (he pub lic a large and well Asorted slock Of CARPETINGS! Paper Hangings CURTAIN GOODS, Ac., Purchasers of the abnvo good* are respectfully invi ted toc-Xamiue our slock wldchls , „Sew'Clean WMt Desirable. JySfldtf For Sale, _ 6 “• ROGERS, No 1SJ Market St., DccUhlSw__Philadelphia. Marbleized Slate Mantles/ Superior in Appearance, More Durable and at Half the price of Marble. T. B. STEWART. «io.f ««» *"•"*» »«h. Seiul for Descriptive t ogue with prices. Iindcl8 "TBE PEK »* «IIGBTIBB~TnA» TBE «WOBD.» The Gold Pen-Beat and Oheapett of Pens Morton's Gold Pens J The Best Pens in the World! For sale ac his Headquarters, No 25 Maiden Lane, New York, and by every duly-appointed Agent at the same prices. A Catalogue, with IU11 description of Sizes and Prices, sent on receipt cl letter itostage. no20djtw6m_A. HORTON. Board of Trade—Annual Meeting. rpHE annual meeting of the Board of Trade of A Portland will be held at the new Oflce #f the Ocean Intnirnucr t'enapnuj, on MONDAY EVENING, January 14th, 18*7, at 7$ o’clock, lor the choice oi oilicers tor the ensuing year, and the des patch of such other business as may legally come be fore the meeting. Pi umpt attendance is desired. M. HIGH, Secretary. Portland, Jan. 7,1807. dtd COKE FOR SALE S Price 1ft Cents a Bushel, delivered. Apply at the Tressnrsr’s Office, *3T congbbbb itbbbt. J»n7d(w AUHO.\ SALDts Slocks at Auction. pUBSUANT to a licouse from the lion. J. A Wa tormau, Judge oi I»rubau> for Cumberland coon “ub**cnbur, as Administrator oi JoJin Al. Wi. niHUA’vW ? tok at public auction, on WLDAtSuAlf, Jan. ltttb, 1M7. at 11 o dock A Al ?u“c‘ “* *■ “■ *3mZi&.m tuOi: NortJl Assl 10 slimes Penobscot R. R. Comtenv * *"*£“ U*a?.‘d Co a..* “hHe. AJeme Central Railroad Cotn'Lny «17WI Audroscoggiii* Kennebec Slock lioni, 8snares Mount Wiutluugtcm lto&d. it .bares York a Cumberland Railroad Terms cash. JOSEPH 1 USER Y Portland, Jan. 5,18117—dtd AiluuoaUsJir, ~B. m. PATTIJI * CO., Awsiieaeers, ' PLUM STREET. Woolen and Linen Goods,Blankets, Slmwls, Dress Goods, &v., ^ At Auction. COMMENCE on-, January-, at 21 entire ®To,'y uuan'M,i uutil u“» *ZbtL,:£Lt?lSi>c} ‘h« h“ offered at auc iyierMreteiail’u^“‘^*u,,(ou'!* °*Kom lo -' Tin. o, ,.i, *“ ■ ,^u every lut guaraniood per rLin.^ShR^';^Cu!^'F“U^^h White and Ino.vu iablo Uamila LiS 1 owe I mg .1 every style ana «7, \ r.»uper kins iuki Ooyiicsf r“vuiZu ,,'V‘b and American Ouiits, t_uMi.inuin ! jtii^lislt SlmwL, l>rT JijHisVgSPSSj^JKS SESf cloths, Loeskms, Ca»siinores, Phuus, SatunCtie Ea u.e. and Hems Homely, gotheT^U, * ^..erul •ortmentol Liytloods, aU oi which mil ii iedd without rseerve. 1 jar-Lu, notice will be given «l the commencement day ot sale, previous to which ihc goods will be ion.lv tor examination. No postponement i v?ri must be sold. Jaadid* J. H. BAILEY, Auctioneer & Commission Merchant AJfD A PFRA IS HU, Office 176 Fere St, at Mess. Carter & Dreacr’s January 7—dtl c. W. HOLMES, auctioneek, 309 Congress Stieet, ol any kind oi proparty in tho City or vi cinity, promptly aiiemicd to on the moat favorable Wlm*- uovlSoll DR. CARPENTER, Oculist anti Aurist, A ni^VKD at tho U. S. 1I0IKL, Portland, Nov. ^JL 2M7 aud can bo commit*! a short timu loiiuur, upon Bluplafr—yDeatheaa. Catarrh, bronchitis, Nasal ami Aural Polypus, Urschaiuc trom tho fears, NoisM in the bead, Scrolulu, Sore l.yu*>, Films and all A»ii§ casos of tho EYE, Ear and Throat. 2 %F~ In most coses the remedies cau be applied at home without lnterterinz with the patients occupa tion. Artificial Eyes Iaaerlcd Uiikwi Pain. CONSULTATION AT OFFICE FREE, H?"Uut Letters must contain One Dollar to ensure an auswur. HOME TESTIMONY. The Testimonials below are all received in this State, and can be readily ipvcsiiguied by those desir ous ot so doing. Honor ous of oilier certificates can be seen at the Dr.’s Othce. DEAFNESS. •U ~_, _ Belj'aet, Me., Nov 27, 1806. During 10 ye irs I grew totally ueui in one ear and so deal in tlie other tliat 1 wa* uuaolo to hear units* addreasu very iouuly, and liau uisagteeab.e muses in my head. Was obliged to absent ui> seif from cnurch and society on that account, i consulted an eminent pu> siciun in Boston witaout react, and supposed 1 must always remain deaf, but about two year* ago I applied to Dr. Uarpeuioi; after the application of a Bourse of ins treatment, l could hear u watch tick tf led from either ear, aud my nearing remain* pericet. i am tfti year* ol age, ana testae on nigh street, Bel fast, Alamo, where any pursuit can see or boar from ***• Mrs. if . A. lOtWiS. We have been acquainted with Mrs. Lewis for years and^know she was aeal and now hears, and believe the above statement to be correct. REV. C. PALFREY, Pastor of 1st Parish, Belffcst. MR. W. M. RUST. Editor of “Belfast Age.” [From the Bangor Whig if Courier A _ „ Iboy, Ale., Oct. 30. Dr. Cabpkntsr, Dear Sir:—Oq the23.1 ol Feb ruary lust, 1 placed myself under your treatment lor Discharge of the Ear, which had coutinueu so long and was so great as to aueci uty hearing. After ap plying the medicine prescribed by you two months, my ears were entirely well and remain the same. Most Respectfully, Alisa SUSAN V. HATHAWAY. BLINDNESS. [From Maine Farmer. \ Jn defiance of physicians and all remedies, 1 suffer ed excruciatingly tgom beroluiou# Sore Lyes ten years, being frequently conuutd to a dark room. Tlie remedies Dr. carpenter presurioeu lust September, at Bangor, cured them entirely, and they remain so. _ KATIE LANG. Paaaadumkeag, Me., 1866. [From the Maine Farmer ] I was nearly blind with Scrofulous Sore Eyes tbur yean, being counnetl to a dark room and suffering excruciating pain a great par ion of tbs tune. 1 con sulted many physicians without rebel. Dr. Car ren ter cured rue. My sight is now good. 1 reside in Vassalboro’. Airs. F. B. LANCASTER. CATAnftH. [From the A ennebeo Journal qf Augusta. v . . „ Augusta, Me., Jan., 1866. 1 have been cured of Catarrn in it* must disagree able ft»rm, oi m.iuy gears’ siauuing, by Dr. I 'arpeu ler. 1 suilcreo irom i«ains. uudnesa and ugbl,.es* in my head, continues uiscktrges. great ohiioulty in talking and breathing, lelt us n 1 had a bad cold the wi&de time, and suucreu intensely to the great im pairment of my health, anu was quite discouraged, lor all 1 had doctored was of no benci.t. Bui thanks to Dr. Carpenter s skill, r now have none os these troubles. 1 reside in Whiten eld, EFruiAlM MACtllNEK. [From the Maine Farmer.] I fluttered from Catarrh over .’0 years. Last winter, when I consulted Dr. Carpenter. 1 bad frequent and copious discharges, a bau u^ugn, and my health so much reduced tnat myself anu friends were appre hensive of serious consequences ; but Dr. Carpenter cured me. 1 am now wed, anu free lfoui Catarrh. , W. N. SOULE. Cor. Sew all and Court streets, Augusta, Sept. i4,i&66. STATEMENTS F THE PRESS. All the published Certificates of l>r. Carpenter are bona JiiL.—iMain* Farmer. The Certificates, publisned in our eolmnn*. q( Dr. Carpenter’* cures are bona jule to our owu knowledge, lie is all he professes to be, and will not hhiunug jr deceive the public.—[Aennebto journal, Augusta. Dr. Carpenter has entirely cured persons in this | cj|y who nave been under treatment at u.e Eye and Ear Infirmaries without being beneUtted.—iUeifast Aye. Several marked ourc; have come under our ebserv atiuii, and we have couvt^sod wjlU many oilier* who liave been beneUtted by Dr. Carpenter** treatment, and we have become flatisbod that ue is skilDbi in the class ol diseases which lie treats, aau caretUi U. prom ise only what he can perforin* ~lBaftpur Whig f Lour. See other Certificate* in City papers, dec **1—dim* wit* Hayward’8 Rubbers! Wa offer to the trade A ftdl assortment of the above celebrated RUBBER BOOTS AND SttOES. At Agency prices. Also Hoots, Shoes & JHocsasins, At Wholesale only. STEVEN8, HASKELL A CHASE. 33 Commercial St., Portland, Me. Oct 10 -d3inoa NOTICE. rpHOSE suffering from that terrible malady ( hills 1 and lever, who have hitherto been unable to tind a remedy, will do well to wiite to me, as 1 have a sate ana ertain cure, which 1 wi.J iuruiih to the afflicted lor live dollars. Address CVUUS LOWELL, Stevens’ Plains, Westbrook, Me., care of JDeeriag Colley. January G, 1807. d3w*_ R. A. of the P. P. D. Annual Meeting. TItE Annasl Meeting id" the KiiLisr Assooia ti d* «*' Pu^Uan l Eire Oepai traeu , will b* hekl »t the Chief i.nglneer’s Office, (old City HaU buililinlil on *v eJno*lay Evening, January Jtn. at 7k o’clock, lor the choice of Tr a tec* and the traima.1 Uou of other business. Per order of the President. jaa 1 1867. dtd ^ Ss-y. A GREAT RUSH -AT F*. M. FROST’S, -—FOR— — BARGAINS! NO BIG PROFITS, NO DULL TRADE But Crpwds of Customer Who are receiving Blessings by buying Hoods Cheep Blankets at Old Prices l •nly 94,75 per pair. Fancy Shirting Flannels! OJH.Y SOc PUR YARD. Good American Print*. 1 Shilling pr. yd. Bleached and Brown Cottons, AT LOW PRICES! Thibets, Shawls, Cloakings, Beav ers Poplins. Dress G—d. ef ,u Description,. WOOLEN GOODS FOR MEN « BOY’S WEAR! A" °f lhe *boTa 0ood* wm !>• offered at a GREAT REDUCTION from rogulur rates. Remember! ,N0, 4 Decring Block, Dec R—dawtf