Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, February 11, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated February 11, 1867 Page 3
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LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH TO THE PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. Monday Morning) February II, 1867. _ __ < • P-—-“ LEGISLATURE OF MAINE. , State House, Augusta, Feb. 9. SENATE. Mr. Woodward presented bill, an act addi tional respecting Banks in the hands of receiv ers. Referred to Committee on Banks and Banking. Mr. Perkins, from the Committee on Banks and Banking, on an order relating to repeal of the Bank tax act, reported legislation inexpe dient. Mr. Woodman, from tho Committee on Rail roads and Bridges, reported bill an act author izing any city or town in this State to raise money to aid in the construction of any rail road in this State. Passed to be engroued— Act to authorize the Keunebcc and Wiscasset Railroad Company to unite with the Knox and Lincoln Railroad Company; act to authorize the Portland, Saco and Portsmouth Railroad Company to aid in the construction of the European and North American Railway; an act to incorporate the Maine Homcepathic Medical Society. The contract with Messrs. Stevens & Say ward to do the State Printing for the current year was taken from the table and approved. house. Bill an act to incorporate the Maine Ship builders and Ship Owners Association, passed by the Senate to be engrossed, was read twice. The Committee on Agriculture reported agaiust exempting imported stock from taxa tion. The Committee on Banks and Banking re ported an act for the taxation of the property and stock of National Banks and banking as sociations in the State. The joint select committee on the Knox Man sion reported a resolve providing for an appro priation of $30U0 for the purchase of the Knox Mansion on condition that the citizens of Knox Couuty will give a like amount. Bill an act to incorporate the Portland and Ogdensburg Railroad Company was passed to be enacted. The Speaker announced the joint select com mittee on the part of the House on capital pun ishment as follows: Woodman of Bucksport, Clements of Palmyra, Farnham of Greene, Leighton of Millbridgo, Brown of West Bath, Peaslee of Aina, Weed of Littleton, Farmer of BaDgely, Laphamof Woodstock, Perry of Cam den, Dame of Elliot, Titcomb of Augusta, Pen nell of Harpsweli, Stetson of Bangor, Monroe of Belfast, and Parsons of Sangerville. XXXIX OONGBE8S-8EOOND SESSION [Continued from Friday's report.] Washington, Feb. 9. HOUSB. After the refusal of the House to second the previous question Hr. Hasson denied the right of Congress to pass the bill to establish military governments in the South, and offer ed a substitute for the bill. The proposition is to establish pn article of war authorizing mili tary officers commanding districts in the Suuth to declare Then necessary, martial law over all or any portion of the States. The amend ment with others offered yesterday, were or dered to he printed. A movement was made for a recess, |but the House signified its unwillingness to have an evening session. Mr. Banks intimated that he did not desire and was not prepared to address the House this evening. Adjourned. Washington, Feb. 9. •BNATB. Mr. Yates presented a petition for the widow of one man killed in the New Orleans riot, and expressed hope that every sufferer by this horrible massacre may be cared for by the Government. Referred to the Committee on Pensions. Mr. Dixon asked to correct an error in trans mission of hi; proposed Constitutional Amend ment to the press. Second section which reads as follaws was ommitted: “The Union under the Constitution is and shall be perpet ual ; no State shall pass any law or ordinance to secede or withdraw trom the Union, and any such law or ordinance shall be null and void.” Mr. Fessenden, from the Finance Commit tee, reported the House contingent fund defi ciency appropriation bill. Passed. Mr. Sherman offered a resolution directing the Committee on Printing to inquire into the expediency of transferring the publication of debates to Government printing offices, or let ting contracts to lowest bidders under sealed proposals. Objected to and goes over. Mr. Chandler offered a resolution directing the Committee on Judiciary to inquire wheth er Andrew Johnson, acting President, had legal or Constitutional right to appoint pro visional Governors in rebellious States. Ob jected to and goes over. Mr. Trumbull called up a hill to change the place of holding the United States Circuit Court to Rhode Island, which passed. Mr. Wilson introduced a bill to restore ju risdiction on Indian Affairs to the War De partment, and after first duly abolishing the present Indian Bureau in the Interior. Refer red to the Committee on Military Affairs. League Island Naval Depot bill was taken up, but postponed till Tuesday next. Mr. Wilson gave notice that he would on Monday, ask for the consideration of bills from tbe Military Committee, and upon bis motion a vote was taken on the motion to reconsider the vote rejecting the bankrupt bill, resulting in yeas 22, nays 14. Further consideration of the .subject was post]ioned. The District of Columbia bills were then considered and several passed. The bill to increase the pay of army officers was referred to the Military Committee. The Heuate went into executive session and toon alter the doors were opened for legisla tive business. Mr. Ramsey called up the hill to amend the postal laws, which was passed and goes to the House. It modifies the existing schedule charges for postal money orders; authorizes the re-issue of lost ones; punishes counterfeit ing thereof: authorizes the appointments of foreign mails, and dead letters, etc. The Cleck of the House here announced tbe proceedings *f that body relative to the death of Mr. Girder. Mr. Davis delivered an eulogy and resolu tions of respect were passed. Adjourned. housb. Mr. Hubbard, from the Committee on Public Expenditures, asked leave to make a report on investigation into affairs of the Boston Custom House, which he asked to have printed. Ob jected to. The bill from the Reconstruction Committee providing a more efficient government in the insurrectionary States was taken up. Mr. Banks said be had at first intended to support the bill, but on reflection, it seemed to him necessary to withhold his vote from it.— He believed that States in rebellion were nfill States, and had never known any to exert good influence on civil government. His the ory was to establish a commission, reconstruct ing Louisiana, on a basis of the Constitutional Amendment, and extend his work generally over other Southern States. After Hr. Banks’ speech, Mr. Ashby called up the Nebraska bill and veto message thereon. The Nebraska bill was passed over the Pres ident’s veto by a vote of 120 to 44, and pro claimed a law by the Speaker. The House resumed the consideration of the reconstruction bill. Mr. Raymond suggested its reference to a special committee. This caused quite a spirit ed discussion, but as the proposition was not made formally, it came to nothing. Mr. Niblack spoke against tbe bill. Mr. Hise announced the death of Mr. Gird er, which occurred during the recess. The House, out of respect to the deceased, then ad journed. NEW YORK. Shipment af Specie— Arrest af l.oilerr Clewk—Fire—Beaeent on a Furs Bunk Arrival af Sleamers. Nbw York, Feb 9. The steamship Europa takes out to-day $150, 000, the City of Paris $65,000, and the Union $1000 in specie. Nbw York, Feb. 10. The steamer Ocean Queen, with Sau Fran cisco dales of the 19th ult., has arrived. Th# attaches of New York Press held an ad journed meeting at the As)or House yesterday and adopted rules for the government of the proposed Press Club. Dcnacn, clerk of the Ladies' Chart table Fair, has been arrested on a charge of violating th* law against lotteries. The original contractors for the introduction of the fire alarm telegraph have quarreled as to the proeeeds of the invention, and an in junction is to be sued out by cue of the parties Alleged corporation corruption among the de velopemeuts promised. A lire at No. 2 Liberty street last night, des troyed property to the value af $30,000 D. Hamstein & Co., surgical instrument makers, lost $10,000, and Haggerty Bros., dealers in drugs, $15,000. A descent was made on a faro bank last night. Eleven gamblers were arrested and the apparatus seized. Zeno liumham, who was once convicted of swindling and sent to prison and was pardon ed in a manner that excited indignation has been arrested again on a charge of swindling. The steamship Australasian, from Liverpool 2Rth lilt., has arrived. The steamer Malta, from Liverpool 23d nit has arrived. Cspdsst and Mix Prnsw BrsssH. I'HJI.AIIKI.FHIA, Feb. 10. .*Tf northwest storm set in on Saturday night during which a boat was capsised in the harbor and six persons drowned. The particu lars of the disaster and the names of the vic tims have not yet been ascertained Wart4 makes a Diararerv. ~ , N,w York, Feb. 9. Tim World published an expose ol the order known as the “Grand Army of the Republic," ahowior it to be an organisation numbering nve hundred thousand radicals to sustain the impeachment of President Johnson. ■asMcatiaawf the Caauitatlaaal Amend ment, _. . ... Madison, Wis., Feb. 8. The Assembly by a Vote of 09 to 18 last even mg, concurred in the ratification of the Con stitQUonal Amendment which heretofore pass ed the B«nat«. WASHINGTON. NOMINATIONS CONFIRMED. Synopsis of Mr. Banks* Re construction Bill. THE INTERNAL TAX BILL. Wages of Farm Labor. m. „ „ . . Washington, Feb. 9. ine Senate rejected the nomination of Kus ■ellJami, U. S. Marshal for New Hampshire. the Senate has confirmed Truman Harmon Collector ot Customs at Belfast, Me.; Daniel L. Collier, of Philadelphia, and Isaac Aver plauk, of Buffalo, to examine into tho claims of Massachusetts for moneys expended during the war for coast deiences. President Johnson called upon Geo. Peabody to-day as a private citizen, and in conversation paid the latter a high compliment for his mu nificent gift to the educational interests of the South. Mr. Peabody, iu allusion to Ungland, said there was a friendly feeling towards the United States by the people and Government of that country than ever before. The executive mansion has been thoroughly renovated, at expense of $40,000. The new car pets and curtains were expressly imported from England. A communication from the Secretary of War gives the details of the enormous expense of supplies delivered in the Itocky Mountain re gions. Hav costa from $60 to $110 per ton; corn 83 to 88 cents per pound. Auother communication states, on the au thority of Gen. Grant, that no such order as that reported issued by Gen. Sherman lor the protection of the overland, has been received at headquarters. A copy of the Senate reso lution relative thereto has been referred to Gen. Sherman for a report. Washington, Feb. 10. The following is a synopsis of Mr. Bank’s proposed substitute lor the bill of the Recon struction Committee providing for military governments in the lately rebellious States. The preamble recites that, Whereas, A form uf government has been or ganized in Louisiana, one of the States lately in rebellion, which has never b°eu recognized by Congress, and having failed to secure the right of loyal citizens or protect the Govern ment against disloyal persons, and cannot now be recognized without peril to the public inter est, and niixreas, As the condition ot the country imperatively demands the earliest restoration of this and other insurgent States; and Whereas, There is reason to believe that with such protection as the general Government may rightfully extend to the people of Louisiana they will be able to establish and maintain for themselves the equaltty of rights affirmed by the Declaration of Independence and guaran teed by the Constitution to all the people ot the United States forever. The first section provides for creating the appointment of three Commissioners, one to he designated by the Senate, one by the House, an officer in the army to be designated by the head of the Department of War, to proceed immediately to Louisiana and re-es tablish civil government in a Republican form upon the basis herein specified. The second section provides that all loyal male citizens of 21 years of age and upwards shall be registered without distinction of race, color or former condition of slavery who have resided six months in the State, and who have heretofore exercised the rights of suffrage, or served in the army or navy of the United States, or possess real or persona) estate to the value or $100, who are able to contribute by taxation to the support of the Government, or who read and write; and the citizens so registered shall have a right to vote for delegates to the Constitutional Con vention. The third section excludes from suf frage all who have taken an oath as members of Congress, officers of the United States, together with members of the State Leg islative or executive or judicial officers ot any State, to support the Constitution of the United States, and subsequently engaged in the rebellion, giving aid and comfort thereto, or voted for any act of secession; but Congress by each House may remove such disability. The fourth section empowers and directs the commissioners to call an election of registered voters qualified under this act, not less than thirty days notice to be given, under such reg ulations as they shall deem necessary or expe dient, for the choice of delegates to a conven tion to adopt a constitution. The convention shall consist of the same number of members as the most numerous branch of the Legislature previous to the rebellion. The convention shall meet at the time designated by the Com missioners. Registered voters and all elected to office under this act are required to take the test oath. If the Commissioners or officers of registration be satisfied that any person has falsely or fraudulently taken the test oath, his name shall be stricken from the register. The Convention when duly organized shall submit to its members, 1st, the question of the accept ance of this act as a basis for the restoration of civil government in Louisiana. 2d. The ratification of the Constitutional Amendment proposed to the Legislatures ot the several states by Congress, and if the same is accept ed and ratified, the Convention shall proceed to form a State Constitution. This Constitu tion is to be submitted to the registered voters uuder this act, and it ratified by a majority ol the legal voters, shall be declared the Consti tution of the State of Louisiana. The milita ry commander of the Department is author ized to declare martial law in certain contin gencies, and use military force to sustain the action of the Commissioners and to maintain public peace. All public officers or persons in authority, by whomsoever appointed, are re quired to render the Commissioners or per soas appointed by them, or ill pursuance of their orders, such aid as may be necessary to secure the objects contemplated. Military officers are authorized and required, on com plaint of the Commisssoners or officers ap pointed, etc., to arrest and punish by fine or imprisonment, any person who shall be guilty of any offence against the public peace, or per sons in authority under this act. The expen ses arc to be paiu by the United States to be reimbursed by the State. The last section ap propriates the amount required to carry this act into effect. The Committee on Ways and Means will probably to-morrow report an amendatory in ternal tax bill. It is based on the the theory of getting rid 01 a general tax on manufac turing products at the earliest possible mo ment, hut the wants of the Government this year, will not permit it to he done at once.— Hence the principle is to be gradual in its op eration. To partially carry out this object the committee propose to exempt from tax all arti cles which enter largely into the cost of living. AJaection is added to avoid a duplication of taxes, so that where there is a tax on the raw material there shall not be another tax on the mauulactured article in its various forms. The tax is to be cither on the raw material or on the manufactured article. A large number of articles are to be exempt from tax because the expense of collection is not equivalent to the receipts therefrom. The income tax is to be on the amount in excess of $1000 instead of $000, and the uniform rate 5 per cent. All rents, taxes, insurance and repairs are to be deducted. A more stringent provision is made for the collection of the tax on whiskey. When an article is offered for sale at less than the amouut of the tax, this fact is tojbe regarded as prima facie evidence that it has not paid the tax and is subject to seizure. The report of the Commissioner for January contains an elaborate compilation of the sta tistics of the wages of farm labor throughout the country, based on original returns from ev ery State in the Union. It also includes the territories. The average rate of wages for white labor, without board, is $28 per month, and $15.50 with board. The average rate of freedmen’s labor is $16 per mouth with board furnished at $0.75. The highest rates for the States is in California, which is about $45 per month. Massachusetts pays the next higest wages, viz., $88 per month. •Southern Item*. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 9. _ The Btate Senate has passed a bill to pay the State bonds, making New York the place of redemption. The mob have hanged a horse thief at Stan ford. At Lawrenceburg, Ky., ex-rebels are shoot ing and killing negroes. Memphis, Tenn., Feb. 9. The Radicals held a meeting to-night to ap Soint delegates to the State Convention at ashvillo. New Orleans, Feb 9. Mr. Campbell, Minister to Mexico, left this evening for a short visit to his family in Ohio. He will return in a few days. Louisville, Ky., Feb. 9. Henry Marble's bust of President Lincoln will he inaugurated at noon on the 12tli inst. at the Academy of Music. Gov. Bramlette is ex pected to preside. An eulogy will bo delivered by ex-Attorney General Speed. A letter has been received from President Johnson, declin ing to attend in consequence of the pressure of public business, hut expressing the warmest sympathising with those “who render this just tribute to his great and goad name.” The weather is cold and business is almost suspended by the heavy snow storm. New Orleans, Feb. 9. The town of Balin', at the month of the Mis sissippi river, was destroyed by fire this morn ing. Loss *90,900. A number of families wt-ro rendered houseless. CsssSiss Affaire. Toronto., C. W., Feb. 9. To day Mr. MrKetixie made an application in the Court of Queen's bench for a new trial in the eases of Kennedy and McGrath, two of Uie Fenians convicted at the last assises. The judges have the application urder considera tion, and will give judgment early next week. .. Ottawa. Feb. 9. ******* on American invoices for the ensuing week win he *5 per cent. ■ allr.au IwISwm. _ __ k»i>«*vn.m, Ky ., Feb. 9. r from’ Nashville, for Louisville, ran off the track near Franklin Ky., to-day. A passenger ear and baggage car were thrown down an embankment, auq raobshed There were but few passengers on U»e train, none of whom were seriously hurt The c-indurtor, baggage master aud brakeman were badly injured. From Han Fraarhrs. Ban Francisco, Feb. 9. The steamer Golden Age sailed to-day for Panama. Hfce carries *900.000 in treasure, of which *219,000 goes to New York; also 6300 barrel* of floor. The Crown Point Mining Company have de clared a dividend to-day of *100 per foot: Im perial Company *12 per share. The Cwllecwnbip #f Hasten. New York, Feb. 9. A Washington dispatch states that George Bancroft is to be appointed Collector of Bos ton Worth Carolina LegUlalnre. __ . Raleioh, N. C., Fob. 10. The Legislature to-day passed the relief bill. It stays execution for debt one year. FROM THE PACIFIC. Death of U. S. Consul Little. Destruction of the Cotton Crop of Salvador. Suppression of the devolu tion in Nicaragua. PBIEHTS EXPELLED FROM THE t'Ol'.M'BV. New York. Feb. 10. The steamer Ocean Queen, from Aspinwall, brings $788,000 in treasure. The United States steamer Mackinaw had arrived at Aspinwall. William B. Little, U. S. Consul at Panama, is dead. Advices from Bogota state that the American Minister, Mr. Burton, had made no settlement of his difficulty with the Executive, and was about to leave the capital for the coast to await instructions from his Government. He com plained of lack of courtesy to himself andother foreign Ministers to Mosquora, and evidently appears to have the best of the dispute. The Agents of the Government at Panama aud Aspinwall are ordered to take exact date as follows: Total weight of the mails trans ported over the Isthmus, number of passengers, quantity of money and treasure, aud total weight of cargo. As most of the cargoes are measurement goods it is presumed they must all be weighed over. The coffee crop in Gautamala is about the same as last year, while that of cochineal will be greater. Four-tiftlis of the cotton crop of Salvador has been destroyed by worms and rains. The yield will not be over 1200 bales. Five vessels were expected at Dcajntaha to load with cotton, sugar and rice. President Duena’s message represents the country as peaceful and prosperous, with a bal ance in cash on hand of $00,000, aud that there is a fair prospect of the public debt being paid off. The revolution in Nicaragua has been sup suppressed. A ue epidemic on transit route is disappear ing, though it is reported thatlOOUniteil States troops have died (rf the disease. It has made its appearance in Grenada, Hios and Managua. The Costa Rican government has concluded a contract with John C. Fremont, James W. Nye and others, for the construction of a rail road from Simon Bay, on the Atlantic, to Cal dera, on the Pacific. Gen. G. Lawrence has been well reoeived as United States Minister to Costa Rica. A body of Priests of the order of San Fran cisco, who emigrated to Costa Rica in Novem ber, have been expelled from the country by the unanimous voice of the people, who rrised $5000 to pay their expenses out of the country. The coffee crop of Costa Rica is very large amounting to 150,000 quintals Advices from South America are unimport A British hark had arrived at Valparaiso with sixteen large cannon for Chili. A vessel had arrived at Callao with yellow on board. HEAVY RAH STORM. Streams Swollen to an Un precedented Height. Severe Damage to Mills and Dams. LOSS ABOUT $2,000,000. Norwich, Conn., Feb. 10. The heavy rains or Saturday and Saturday night have swollen all the steams in this vicin ity to an almost unprecedented height. Thu Shetueket and Thames at this place have over flowed their hanks, and the lower part of the city is inunadated. The connection of tlio track between the New London, Northern aud Worcester Railroads has been submerged, and in some places completely torn up, so that the Boston train on Saturday night was compelled to land the passengers at Allyn’s Point, wliure they took the steamer. The dams in the Yau tic, Shetueket and Quinnibaug have sustained severe damage, and in several places have been carried away entirely. One hundred and fifty feet of the new dam at Oceum, five miles above Norwich, has been carried away. Two large holes were made in the dam at Sprague & Obernam’s paper mills, and half of King’s woolen mill at Eaglesvillo has been carried away. The dams at Danielsonville and Plain field have gone by tlio board, the latter carry ing away six bridges in its progress. Stnrte vant s null oil the Yantic is considerably dam aged by the water and floating ice. which swept through the lower story. At Montville, seven miles below Norwich, the large Dam of the Pequot Company has been swept away and the mill itself has been damaged to the amount of from *10,000 to *19,000. The amonnt of damage to mills and mill property in this vicinity cannot be estimated yet, but so far as heard from will not tall short of *150,000. Providence. R. I., Feb. 10. The heavy rain of Saturday night carried away most of the snow aud caused a damaging flood in all our mill streams, surpassing any thing of the kind since 1837. Dams an d bridges are carried away in various parts of ihe State, and many mills and mill tenements were partially submerged. The Air Lino Rail road bridge near Woonsocket is partial’, y car ried away. The loss by the flood in this vicin ity may reach one or two hundred thousand dollars. The Journal reports the fall of rain on Friday aud Saturday nights at four inches and fifteen one-hundredths. EUROPE. NEWS BY THE CABLE. ... London, Feb. 8. The trial of ex-Governor Eyre, of Jamaica, has began. Dargar, the Irish railway contractor, who failed a short time ago, is dead. Earl Caernarvon will uext week introduce in Parliament a bill for tho union ol tile Canadian provinces. The Greek government, in a note to foreigu powers, declares that the crisis of war is near at hand, aud though their desire is for peace, they deem it proper to propose an increase of the army and navy. The latest intelligence from Servia repre sents affairs as threatening, and that the fami lies of the Turks are fleeing from the country. Dispatches from China Btate that arrange ments have been made for the establishment of a European college at Pekin, with the con sent of the Chinese government. . London, Feb. 8, Evening. Notwithstanding the positive advices to tlie contrary from Brussels this morning, reports reached here to-night that the troubles in Low er Belgium were on tho increase. Florence. Feb. 8. The disturbances among the laboring popu lation in the southern provinces of Belgium have subsided aud tranquility is now entirely restored. , Vienna, Feb. 8. Charles Baron Von Hack has been appoint ed Minister of Finance in tho Imperial Cabi net. St. Petersrurq, Feb. 8, Evening. The Russian government officially denies the truth of the reported victory at Bokhara. Berlin, Feb. 8, Evening. The negotiations between the North German States and Prussia were closed to-day. London, Feb. 9. A letter from Garibaldi, published to-day in Venice, expresses sympathy for the struggling Cretans. Paris, Feb. 9. An understanding has been arrived at by which the Turkish forces are to evaouate Ser via. Florence, Feh. 9. Humbert, Crown Prince of Italy and com mander-in-chief of the Italian army, is soon to marry an Arch Duchess of Austria. Destructive Fires. . Mobile, Feb. ft. A dest. uctive fire occurred to-uight at Sic corner of Commerce ami St. Louis streets, de stroying the stores occupied by J. Jonas, liquor dealer, Landis, Young & Cc., grocers, anil those of several cotton factories. Loss $!«V 000. Rutland, Vt. Feb. 10. The steam saw mill and adjoining LuVlding connected with the marble works of Sheldon & Slassout, in West Rutland, was destroyed by fire this morning. Loss from $2980 to S.'tuOO. Insured $1500. The gas works of the Rutland Gas Cot npany were destroyed by fire this morning. Loss $3000; fully insured. Boston, Feb- 10. The Trinity “Methodist” Church in Ciiarles town, was burned to the ground this morning. The loss was total and aniouiits to $35,000. - Some contiguous dwelling houses were par tially burned, swelling the entire loss to about $40,000 which is partially insured. riULADELI-HIA, Feb. 10. The brewery of C. Rittenger. comer of 17th and Hamilton streets, was burned this morn ing. Loss $20,000; insured for $10,000. Baltimore, Feb. 10. _ The chemical works of Messrs. Davidson * Co., were destroyed by fire this morning. Loss $40,000; insured $23,000. _ , St. Louis, Feb. 10. The large pork house of D. Kiger & Co., in St. Joseph, with all its contents, was destroy ed by fire yesterday morning. The meat de stroyed was valued at fid.VJOO; covered by in surance. The building was valued at $25,000, and was partially insured. Hssm< l.rgisInlNre. Topeka. Kan., Feb. R. The Senate has passed a hill to organise four cavalry, two infantry and to companies of light artillery. The House joint resolution to strike out from the Constitution the word “white" was amended so as hi allow electors to vote on the question of striking out the word “male" and also after 1872, to make intelligence the basis of suffrage. The House will probably concur. ,w >ke Delaware Broken ap. Tim . Baltimore, Md., Feb, 10. ice in thi'mS ha* be,'n Tery cold to-day. The vessels ire has *,r,,k,'n nP- Eighty upto-mo™Th,’rCd Bt Newcastle a'nd will be THE MARKRTlt. Mew York market. New York, Feb » Cotton—a shade tlnuer; sales l,4uo bales Middiiiur uplands at 33c. ' Flour—dull; sa'esof 4,800 bols.; State at 9 15® 12 00. * Wheat—quiet and unchanged. Corn— sales 48,000 bush. Mixed Western at 113. Beef—steady. Whiskey—nominal. Pork—Ann; Bales new mess at 20 25 @ 20 87*. i ,i*.rd,^low^r^8ales 680 bbls. at 11* Co; 12*c tor old, and 12| @ 13*c for new. Naval Stores— Spirits Turpentine at 68 @ 60c.— Rosin at 3 87) @ 9 00. Petroleum—dull and unchanged. Groceries—generally quiet. Freights to Liverpool—firm. Chicago Markets. Chicago, Fel>. 9. Flour quiet and easier; sales spring extra at 9 50;n) 10 75; superfine at 8 50. Wheat is tairiy active and without material change, but at the close prices were rather tame; sales at 1 87 1 87) for Winter. Corn in active demand for Bi>eculation, and advanced 3c. closing firm at 82 @ 82)c for No. 1, and 70c for No. 2. Oats steady. Provisions, the market is dull and prices easier; mess pork 10 00. Lard at 11} @ 14fc. Live hogs steady and in fair request at 6 10 @ 6 62}; dress ed nogs steady and firm. Receipts—7,000 bbla. flour, 10,600 bush, wheat, 22.000 bush, coni, 22,000 bush, oats, 150 hogs. Shipments— 6,500 bbla. flour, 9,000 bush, wheat, and 2,600 bush, co-in. Ciuciunnta Markets. Cincinnati, Feb. 9. Flour unchanged but prices are less llrm; sales of superfine Wiuterat975.@ 1025; Spring 925@ 9 75.— Wheat quiet but unchanged; sales No. 1 at 2 40 for Spriug, and 2 00 for Winter, but at the close 2 @ 3e below these rates would have to be accepted in order U effect sales. Corn dull and nominal, Oats quiet at 51c for No. 1. Rye 2c lower; saies 1 23 for No. 1. Whiskey firm at 2 26. Provisions generally are un changed; Messiiork at 20 39. Lard at 12fc. Gro ceries tinn. Gold 13i). Exchange firm at 11-10 pre mium. New Orleans MarkclN. New Orleans, Feb. 9. Cotton—higher; sales 500 bales; Middl lig at31}c; receipts 1,400 bales; exports 12,590 bales, Sugar in aetive; lair at 13c. Molasses firm; fair at 74c: prime to choice 75® 76c. Flour firm; superfine at 1175; extra Vi 00 (eg 12 50. Corn easier; sales at 1 08 % 1 15. Oats firm and in good demand at 45c. Hay at 33 00 Cc^35(K). Pork quiet; mess 2150. Bacon nominal.— Shoulders lie: sides 13 15c. Lard dull at 13@14)c. Whiskey at 2 25 @ 2 4o. Tobacco unchanged. Gold mi. _ San Francisco Market. San 'Francisco, Feb. 7. Flour unchanged. Wheat 1 70 cwt. tor choice shipping. United States 7-30’s, June issue, 78). Le gal tenders 73). Commercial—Per Table. Liverpool, Feb. 8, Evening. The Cotton market was more active this afternoon, and prices showod an upward tendency. The sales of the day were 12,000 bales; Middling uplands closed at 14) (gj 14j|d. Flour and Wheat steady. Corn sold at 40s. Beet, extra prime mess advancing. Pork and Bacon closed firm. Lard dull at 51s. Tallow easier at 43s 6d (a: 45s for American. Petroleum--Pennsyl vania refined and Canada white were selling during the day at Is Gd @ Is 6}d. London, Feb. 8, Evening. Consols for money closed at 90jj. American Securities.—The following are the closing prices of American securities: Erie Railway shares 40. Illinois Central shares si. United States 5-20’s 72). Frankfort, Feb. 8, Evening. United States 5-20 bonds closed tliis eveiling at Iff Paris, Feb. 8. Evening. United States 5-20 bonds closet! ot 72f. Liverpool, Feb. 9, Noon. The Cotton market opens strong, with a prospective day’s sale of about 10,000 hales; prices unchanged, Middling uplands being still quoted 14)@ 14f. London, Feb. 9, Noon. ConsolB for money 91 3-16. American Securities.—United States 5-20’s72 15-16. lllincdB Central Railroad shares 81. Erie Railroad shares 40. Liverpool, Feb. 9, Evening. The Colton market closes firmer; sales reached 12, 000 bales; Middling uplands 14j. Breadstuff* steady without change. Mixed Western Corn 40s. Provis ions—Lard declined Is; wiles at 50s. The demand lor beef is brisk; sades of prime India mess 125s. Booloii Stock List. Sales at the Brokers* Board, Dec 9. American Gold...,. 1374 United Stales Coupon Sixes, 1881. 1081 United Slates 7 3-lOtfcs, 1st series. 1054 “ small. 1U.I “ 2d series. 1*54 “ 3(1 series.... Uil (Jnited States 5-20s, 1802. 107 J July, . 10 J u small..... 105| United States Ten-forties. 100} Eastern Railroad. 1074 Western Railroad.,. 134J |Sales at Auction.] lAconia ManufacturingOmipanv. 1I57J Pepperell M aim tacturmg Company. JL170 Bates Manufacturing Co. 143} York Manufacturing Company. 14324 Boston and Maine Railroad. 131* Massachusetts State Sixes, t873. 10J*| Rhode Island State Sixes. 91* WANTED. av tore \\*.i*VTi:n S17ITABLK for Fancy Goods, Watches, and.Iew clry, either on Middle, Congre.^s or Exehange Streets. A reasonable price will be paid for fix tures* and half a Store might be taken if agreeable to a g*ood party in a good location. Address A. DRE98KB, No 152 Essex Street, Salem, Mass., giving real name :uid location. fe9d3w* Flour Barrels Wanted! ON and after January 2d, 1867, we shall resume the jwurchuso of Flour Brls. for CASH, at the Office of tin; , PortlitiHl Sugfii- Co., 97 1-9 Rauforth St.. FebMtf J. B. BROWN & SONS. Wauled. A GOOD Ho nse or tenement, from six to ten rooms, within five minutes walk of the Post Office or of Middle street, »1k>vo the. Post Office, lor a family ot three, no cliildrau. Rent from $200 to $400. Satis factory reference given. Address through the Post Office, or at 174 Mobile Street, C. W. ATWELL, feb8d3t Advertising Agent. Wanted / A Partner v/ltli a capital of from three to five thous and Dol lars, to engage in trade where there is a fine business n Jready established and one of the l>eBt locations in ihe* State for Country trade. With prop er attention to \ business fifty thousand dollars worth of goods may be sold in a year to good advoulagc. Full particulars may be obtained by application to Woodman, Tme & Co., Shaw & Haskell, or Stev ens, Lord, A' Has kell, of Portland. Fcbtiedlstf Wanted. IX)UR or five rooms for a gentleman and his wife, in a good loca tion, for which a fair rent will be paid. Apply to W» H. JRKRLS, Real Es»ate Agent, lebodlw Coat Makers Wanted. FIRST class Coat Makers wanted immediately on cast, m work at O. W. RICH & CO., feb5dlw No. 173 Fore street. Wanted. MEN AND BOYS TO CALI. AT 331 CONGRESS STREET, where they can buy OVERCOATS LESS THAN COST JSr UEMF.MBEn THE 8IGN.„&J “CALIFORNIA (HEAP JOHN.” Feb 4—»12w Agents Wanted ! | UST OUT, Farrngut and oar Naval Me ,1 roi-s, by the brilliant at d popular Historian, J. : T. Hetully. This Is the onlywui k un the Navy in the War, ami everybody Is buying it. GEOBGB H. BLAKE. GENERAL AGEN r, i Fehl—3in Box 827, Portland, Me. Wanted. A SITUATION by an experienced lady, as house ■**- keeper or nurse. Address, Portland P.O., Mr*. A. P. fe2d2w wan tea uaiiy I I AT The General Agency and Employment Office No. :S51 1-4 t'oiijireMi (Street. All per sons wishing to secure good Girls lor any respecta ble employment, will lind them at this uilice. Also please notice. Wc will send you men and boys tor any work in city or couutrv, tree or charge. ifc#~*We want good American, Provincial, Irish

and Colored Women and Girls, as well as Men and Boys, every day tor all orts ot situations iu this City and vicinity. Give us a call. COX & POWARS. Portland, Me., Jan. 25, ’07. jau30 <Hf Wanted. A good, fu!lliful Colored Woman to lake charge of, and Oil ttic work of a kitchen. She must be A good cook, ami capable to take charge, unassist ed, and come well locoimnendcd l»y panics who can be ams- tied to in-Tsoiially. Such an one cau Und a good, permanent Home, and good pay. Al-o, a strong Colored Woiuau to do general house wbrk, In cluding a large washing and ironing. None need ap ply but those who can give unquestionable rcl’erenees. The right persons can and permanent places, a hap py Home, and good pay, In a quiet little village alioui 15 miles from the City. Apply i.y letter, giv ing references, unu where an interview inn be had. Address WILLIAM 11. BlStfOP, Jau23 drf Portland, Maine. Flour Barrels Wanted. WE will fay 30 rents each for first class Floor Barrels NuiUtblc for sugar. LYNCH, BARK ERA CO., novl.sltl lj’j t omuicrcial street. HOARD AND KOOilSi. To Let. A Suit ol r.miM suitable for (lent ami Wife »ith board at 86 Clark Street. r. ir.m Hoard Wanted. |,'"lt a jonhg mill, nan and wife >n a private I fatally, ».n. i ’inf.irtaldc room. b»t ofruiwom given :i«.i required. Address Box MO fortlau.l 1'iMlOiiici . jan.il du To be Let. PLEASANT unfurnished rooms without hoard, niiiinidi' tor gentleasa and their wives. En quire at No. f> South street, between!! and 11 A. M. civil da) ■ .tan mi it Photographs! Photographs! A. S. i)AVIS. VITOULD res|dH*tfully inform his tanner customers f f and the pubis- geiwndl>, that he is now lot-aj edat No. 27 MARKET SQUARE, where lie would he happy to twtlrc all thorn wishing for Photographs, Atnbmry|ies, etc. N. B. All work warranted. 27 MARKET SQUARE. 27 MARKET SQUARE’ jani4—3m* Notice to Land Holders. MR O'DU I&OCIIEB, Builder, is prepared to take r contracts for building, cither by JOB or by DAY WORK. Can furnish First Class workmen and material of all description. Residence, AMERICAN HOUSE. India Street, Portland. Angnst 17th, \m_ aug20dtf Tilton «£• McFarland, Desire to call the attention to the (hot that more than 40 Of their Safes gave AMPLE PKOTECTION in the late fire. Partiee desiring a FIRST RATE SAFE, At a MODERATE PRICE, will please call on EMERY & WATERHOUSE, Middle Street, Portland, Or at 110 Smlbury Street, Boston. HF“Second-hand Safes taken in exchange for sale. Jan 15—SMlstw in each mo&adv remainder of time. ffiEvery style of Job work neatly executed at •his office. PROSPECTij S. THE PRESS For 1807. With the opening of the new year we presented to the readers of the DAlILY PRESS, A Paper Enlarged to the nine of the largest New England Dailies. The enlargement of our daily edition is equivalent to the -addition of between three and four columns to its size. This additional space will be devoted to de tails ot important events, which we have heretofore been obliged to give in brief, and to selections from current literature, grave or gay, sueli as we have lately been obliged to omit altogether. What the character of the pai>er thus enlarged will lie, its past history will show. The PRESS was es tablished primarily to represent the Republican par ty of Maine. It was im]>ossible for the controlling party of the State to remain voiceless in this city. The Press will continue to defend the principles of tho Liberal party of America. The war lias closed one great cycle in our national history—the cycle during which aristocracy at the South and democra cy at tho North grew up side by side, a period of jealousy and conflict, resulting in an api>cal to arms and the victorious supremacy of tho democratic prin ciple. We have entered on a stale of transition, which seems likely to prove longer than most of us antic! pated. The Press will insist upon a settlement which will secure the fruits of our victory. Nothing is settled till it is settled light. We must have de mocracy at tho South as well as at the North—equal rights for all secured by equal laws, froedom of speech, freedom of the pre^s, impartial suftrage. 01 the profound convictions of the Republican party oi Maine, the Press will remain a faithful exponent. The present year will probably witness the exten sion of the telegraph round the world. The comple tion ot that great enterprise will compel a change, which has already begun, in the management ot newspapers. The leading features of the world’s history will be registered from day to day by the tel egraph. The exjsjnsc of tutorial dispatches from all parts of the world will prove too great for single newspapers, and correspondence will regain some thing ot its old importance. Newspaper associations or news agents will assume the task of furnishing the daily dispatches, while correspondents will fur nish details, explanations and illustrations, by mail. The Atlantic telegraph has already destroyed the system by which our lorcign news has for years l»cen furnished by steamer, and already tho Tribune lias its special cmrospondtnrs established in almost every capital in Europe. We cannot rival the feats o New York journalism but wc must be governed by the same considerations. We Lave engaged Regular CorrcMpomlenU in \Ya»biM«lau, New Vark, Roxtsu aud Augaota, and occasional eon. -spoiidcntB at various points throughout tlio State. During the notion of the legislature, we shall publish Sp<M»ial Di^patolioH from Augusta every morning, furnishing a synop sis of the previous day’s proceedings. To the people of Maine, aud especially to people who have business relations with Portland, we hojie t«* make the Press more valuable (ban any i»apcr published outside of the State can possibly be. We shall publish the same telegraphic summary as other New England newspapers. We shall not publish special dispatches from Washington, but we tball have regular corrcsiHUidence from that point, and a Daily Summary of Maine News which readers here would be sorry to miss. We shall have Full and Accurate market Reports, forwarded by telegraph from al’ parts of the United States, from Canada, and irom England. A weekly Review of the Portland Markets, and an accurate Report of ITfaiue Shipping, in foreign and domestic ports, will be published as herctotore. There will be NO INCREASE IN T11E PR1CE Of the Daily Peess. For BIGHT DOLLARS A YB lit ! We expect to furnish a paper, The Largest in the State, and as Large as in other States is offered for ten or twelve dolLars a year. THE MAINE STATE PRESS Is not like many weeklies, a mere waste basket for the leavings ol the daily edition. It is designed to be as carefully made up as if it were a perfectly inde jicndent publication. It contains from week to week, the most important. articles which appear in the daily, together with a considerable amount of Matter Expressly Prepared for its Columns We sludl add to its attractions during the coming year, An Agricultural Department, To be conducted by the Rev. U ILMA11 A. DREW, of Augusta, a veteran journalist, widely and favorably known in Maine, and a contributor for sometime past to the Press over the signature of “Traxi.” Mr. Drew’s special qualifications lor this work need no heralding. The Shipping News of the Week Will be published without abridgment in the State Press, as will also the Review of the Portland Markets, And the Rrighion Market Reports. To country traders the weekly report of Portland prices currrent alone will he well w orth the subscrip tion price. In addition to a careftil Digest of General and Stale News, We shall also furnish weekly a page of Miscellaneous Beading for the Family. The weekly edition is made up in eight large pages, of six columns each, ami is the Largest Weekly Paper iu New Fuglaiid. It is offered to the public at the low price of ‘J DOLLARS A YEAR, invariably in advance. To a club of new subscribers, eleven copies will be sent for twenty dollars, ami the same discount is offered to larger clubs. NOTICES OF THE PRESS* (From the Christian Mirror.) The £rE8S has lieen enlarged since New Year’s. We are g'.ad to sets such evidence of prosperity. W i th such itupers as Portland now ftirnishes we see no need of iiuportiug Dailies from Boston and New York. IFroiu the Portland Price Current.) Tins Punas.—'Tlie crowded state of our column* Lost week prevented us troui noticing the eiikigcnient and re-arrangement of the columns of the Dailv Press, which in its present enlarged I*win, and with its excellent editorial management, is certainly the leading journal of Maine, and equal to any in New England; especially when taken into consideration the amount of interesting reading matter that is daily funiisdicd lot i he in >n.-\. (From the Qardiner Home .Joums I.) blLABStti.-The Portland Press was enlarged on the 1st lust., to atiout the size of the Boston Dailies. 'Mini is an evidence of not only Um pr.mperitv ot the Press, hut of Portland as well, lor ot eoursn the en largement is r.utsed l»y the in. rcasc of :*«l vertimng favors, flie Press is Worthy of the pairoa:ige it re ceive*, Is a rrwlil to Portland and to the State, a no we ho|N' its reading years may increase ita prosper ity.’ |From the Eastern Argus, dan. 2] —The Press appeared yesteniav morning enlarged by the addition of Mtchtw to th* Wugth of iu* .*>» nmiK It* make-up 1ms :»lan bom changed m »h». and on the wbo|. it presented a •b'cbledly improved appearance. Our roicmpiwury’s ** m w (hth**” arc >iuewb.»t larger tlwa ours, Imt the •• »ogg«sst ate not always the »*est.” f From the Portland Evening Star. Jmn. 1.) The Daily /Vena apfears this morning in an En large lorm. making it now fully eqnal in sire to at ly da.lv newspaper in New England. The editor, in his New Year - Salutai.*/, shows that the smiwt. of the |w|s r Is the pn*t year ha* b»*en most gn»iifr\ng, and wo are glad oi its pnsqs ritv. Me return to the original style of arranging the content* «»l the pa per. Is .me ot in* most arr* eahk- features ot the cluMI ge. (From the thing** Whig.] — The Portland Press was enlarged on the 1st of January to about the sire of the Huston Dad* . Post and Advertiser—which are our largest New K» tglaud dadirs ami it now makes a very handsome f jjcai ance. TMa evidemre of prosperity on the ?* n of *o good and reliable a paper as the Press is • {ratifying. It shows, too, that Portlaml has lost noth! agol vigor, enterprise or resource, by the great fire, ’*ut that its conrse Is still onward—that it„ husim-se '* in feci tn ereaving, notwithstanding the ai par. i .t calamity of . .. Pif~a?< ^ *h» fromisj of com .nereial great K-se ta certain to be fu'Alled. The 1 toss is among th bed ot the New England papers, and its present appearance is a credit to the state. (From (he Bath Tlir .r*.j c.^ndwe snitewfr £2?? .*■"*■* Mit greatly enlavg oiiPHtion which ai iothcr settler to the IWSKKfWS J5SL” PortkJ” [From tbe Lewisten Jo arn.il, Jau. l.J ie2?topiir£iafuSTf “?8izu cqn4ij' enlargement, following so do,upoJi i'tf’r foindXs itBa,Tv K.",:’1 th" f!iat UrT»i.ow. uSfrte Imtilic The a ra are appreciated l.y .lie LvotcJ to .ietails in “I ''“w obtained will be from current literature.1 eVents’and 8elecUon8 [From the Worcester (Mass.,) Spy.) ne£® ei" with enlar^VslsS am|thSt c™ime"cc tb®. prosperity, are the Portland rv'« ll“:l,n!,<'8t.'J "'18 °J Evening Press. The fiSrko a,nd thn Hartford daily in tbe State of Maine ‘iJ?',*!?* and ,b<'Bt long regarded as one of I he s’hfol* *?le ,‘t5er we have exchanges. bc ab,est oi our ConnecUcut The'riaJiv ^““dA-lvertiser, Jan. 2.1 enlarged form. Tta^*t*™d/{?terda^1 "'°mlng in an ofreaffiig matter"?],a«arrangement ^-•^'Stt5au»se5» aJiSI'nt of Mr^RuS" bfen under tbo editorial man Mvh?, n d 0% it cb?,rd8,,n. «» editorials have been Sinn *?ndwielding a powerful infhi Phtrong on all politic 1 matters. He bgs taken a thir stand, always discussing topics in a dignified manner, yet leaning in all vitai issues with bis party. While we caunot always agree with all of his political notions, we heartily bear witness to the ability, character and culture he has displayed in its management, and wish him and the proprietors even more prosperity in the next year than it has had in the past. Its news is judiciously and carefhlly selected, and a general culture and literary taste characterizes its contents. As a good fondly newspaper it has no su perior; and white Mr. Lincoln occupies the city ed itor’s chair there will be no lack of local news, as it is generally acknowledged iu that department he has no equal in the State. The enlargement argues a prosperous business, at least for ur cotemporary, and we hope it will never be found necessary to curtail the dimensions of this enterprising and respectable sheet. [From the Bangor Times.] Sty The Portland Daily Press comes to us consul er ibly enlarged and with a return to its old style of make-up.” This enlargement—so soon alter the great tire—to a size equal with the leading Boston dailies, speaks favorably for • the prosperity of the city and indicates a good degree of enterprize on the ]>artot the proprietors. The Press is edited with ability, has able contributors, and as the leading paper of the dominant party, is a power in the land. [From the Portland Transcript.] The Daily Press begins tho new year much en larged in size; wo are glad to see such an evidence of the prosperity of this excellent journal. The Press has swung around the circle to auother arrangement of its editorial and news matter; after all, the old second and third page arrangement, presenting edi torials and news together was the best. Store to Let. SPACIOUS, and well adapted for almost any busi ness, being next, door to Middle, and the upper store in t tie three-storied iron Iront block on Uuion Street. Conveniences and finish modern. Enquire at No. 4 Cotton Street. jaiilftdlwtcodtl' JANUARY 2(i, 1867. SPECIAL CLOSING SALE —OF WHITE GOODS! Laces & Embroideries I At One Price. E. T. ELDEN & CO. Jan 2»—dtf 200 Doz, Linen lltlkfs. Thin. Day Received t -AND SELL1NO AT LOW PRICES K. T. ELDEN Ac CO’S. Jan 28—<1 ti Housekeeping; Goods OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, AT ONE PRICE. E. T. ELDEN & CO. J. n 28—dtf BLEACHED <£• BBOWN SHEETINGS, BLANKETS & QUILTS, Much Under Price, E. T. ELDEN &, €0*8. Jan 28—dtf ___ E. T. ELDEN & CO., WILL OPEN THIS DAY Five Cases of Linen Goods CONSISTING OF Bleached, Half Bleached, And Brotet.' DAMASKS! Bleached & Brown Table Covers, Napkins, Doylies, Towels, Fronting Linens, Linen Sheetings, Ac, At One Price, 3 Free St. Jan 28—dti Grovei* & Baker, Sewing Machines, AT MANUFACTURERS PRICES, Every Machine Warranted! Machiue Nilka, Thread aud Twial, a full Aaaarlaaenl. E. T. ELDEN & CO. MO. 3 FBEE STREET. Jan 28 dtf To Let. ONE Brick Store, tliree stories, No. BO Union street. Apply to Ja3<ltf _ ST. JOHN SMITH. Paints, Oils Varnishes, &c. FIFKJETT & GRAY OFFPlt FOR SALE AT THEIR STORE, No. 187 For© Street, WHITE LEAD, Foreign and American Zinc, Lin seed Oil, Coach, Furniture anil Florence Var nishes. Japan, Spirits Turpentine, French Yellow, Venetian Red, and a full assotment of Paint Stock of every description, Window Glass, Sheet Lead, and Lead Pipe. Agents for Gardner’s celebrated Copper Paint for vessels’ bottoms. All orders for Painting executed at short notice aud satisfactorily. February 1.1867. codim NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to tlw late Dr. Charles W. Thomas, are requested to make immediate pay ment to the undersigned, who is duly authorised to collect the same. Ottice No. 188 Fore Street, over ('anal National Bank. House No. 56 Bauforth Street, corner of State Street. GEORGE A. THOMAS. February 1887. e.xltw Jackson’s Catarrh Snuff! KLKflANT TKOCHK mmd MITE Combined lor Coughs, Catarrh,Bronchitis, Void*, //wiriruMt, Aidkiunr. Had Hrralh, H radar hr..Cr. Instant I, Hinw saaaytn* t’enaba ia Chunk. I'MiOn ( atarrba i>««iTtvn,» vuMwt ' i' sis|rr«,l Irrgi, A< clears mm4 •treagtkra* t.be wire | id- •4aiekly , tamtam pfc»— antIv ; nee i ■■■■»■>». Pmest. iaii»f « obi Itnos Akaliaf Lflaw Ac. 11r S»tlil by Bntgfo-r. or **rttt ey mail gl Kn bar 34 rta to ^^ wh*m a r*. pnivj*hki.I’hia. W. W,M NIPPLE, PattbsAWbilisst >OTICR rpHOHK from that terrible malady CbSM 1 and Few, *m ha,, hitherto Ian naaMr hi •ad a rraedy, will do wall Id wrtta to at. aa I har« a sale aati n taia rnrr. which I wt I laratak ta dn •Mtctc.1 M dr, dollar.. AiMma CTRtTS UtWRLXo StrttM' Plain.. Westbrook, Mr. January iV., I *.7 _ rodda" MONK Y\T Worn mod Torn Onrrencr and Greenbacks Bon^ht at the liorse R. R. OElor. by JflOMtt El. «. PAI.MRR. PIIOTINiRAPIU ! E. S. WOEMEEE Ibruierlv No. 1*0 Middle street, takes pleasure in an nouncing that he will on TUESDAY, JAN. 1, 1867, open Ida NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY At No. 316 Congress Street, [Opposite Wcrhanics’ Ball,] wftere lie will be pleased to wait on liia friends and tli. 1 public l Hateful for past patronage, he hopes by strict al ten tinn to business to merit a renewal of the same, p ersona wishing lor FIBST class pictures of all ityles and sizes are invited to call. Picdnrra colored ia Oil, Water Colon Bad India Ink by one *f the beat Artiala in the Slate. Sr ecial attention paid to Copying of all descriptions. C3 r-Ali work warranted to give satisfaction. N. B—Work done for Photographers in Ink or Colt rs at reasonable ral is._,taulcod3m To Let. FI BST, second and third lofts over E. T. Ehlen & Co.’s store, Free Street Block; also, offices over Sold otterleck’s, and over Crosman & Co.’s, in new bloc k corner Brown and Congress streets. Ja pU-dtf J. B. BROWN. ENTERTAINMENTS. Portland Theatre. Bid well Sc Browse, Leasees * Manatees. Last Week but One of the Season. Crswiisg Drama lie Seasaliaa ! Monday Evening, February 11th, and EVERY EVENING during the week; also on 8ATIIBDAX AFTHU WOOlt. The management, in annonncingthe close of the most sutcesstui Dramatic season known f0r many years In the City of Portland, take pleasure in pre senting to their patrons a new and v Gorgeous Fairy Burlesque, ENTITLED CINDERELLA! —OR— TIIE LOVER, THE LACKEY, And the Little Glass Slipper ! Additions have been made to the Company express ly for this piece. The Muuical depart mem enlarged. The SCENIC and MECHANICAL EFFECTS aro of the inoet magnificent DRHCBIPTION ! And every effort made to render It the Brilliant; Attraction OF A Triumphant Dramatic Season !! First apiearancc of Miss Jennie Kimball, from the Boston Theatre. Ite-Ap|iearance of the charming Comedienne, Miss MARTHA WRKN 1 I fc 'Full particular* in Daily Programmes feblldtt SOCIAL FESTIVAL! The Ladle* of the Free Street Baptist Society will hold a Festival is the VESTSY tP THE CBPBCB, On Thursday Err, February 14th. Fancy Articles and Ksfresliaicnts in sale. Tickets of admission, 2S cents. Sapper served at 7) o'clock. I*« order ol Committee. Portland. Peb. II, UW7. did AST" Argos ami Star copy. I. A.. H. A. The Irish Amerieau Relief Assoeia’n will give a course of HIX ASSEMBLIES, AT MECHANIC'S’ HALL, Cmneatlq itlanday Ere’g, Jau.Ilk, Auil continuing ouch Monday Evening, closing with a GRAND CALICO DRESS BALL. Tickets for the Course, including the Bali, will be $5.00; Evening TicketH, $1.00; Ball Tickets, $1.30. SS’“Mu»ic bv Chandler's full Quadrille Band, D. II. Chandler, Prompter. Dancing to commence at S o’clock precisely. Floor Maimyen—Thomas Parker, James Rooney James E. Marshall, Robert Dow, Patrick McCatkrty William II. Kalor. Messrs. O’Riley and Bodkin will take charge of the clothing. duc3ldtf REAL ESTATE. Valuable Hotel Property for Sale. f p HE Oxford House, pleasantly situated in the vil 1 lage ol F'ryeburg, Oxford county, Maine, is ot tered for sale at a bargain, it applied for soon. The House is large, in good repair, with turniture and fixtures throughout, together with all necessary outbuildings. For full particulars inquire oi HORATIO BOOTHBY, Proprietor. Or Hanson ft Dow, 54} Union st. Fryeburg, Sept. 29,1866. dtf House lor Sale. A good House two stories, Stable attached, hard and soil water, good lot centrally located—con venient for two families, if desirable. Inquire at 13 Hanover or 184 V«re Hi.. J. A. FENDERSON. Jan. 24, 1867. dtf NOTICK. I will sell on lavorable terms as to payment, or let for a term of years, the lots on the corner of Middle and Franklin streets, and on Franklin street, including the corner ol Franklin and Fore streets. Apply to WM. HI LLI A KD, Bangor, or SMITH & REED Attorneys, Portland. jyl2ti ~EOE SALE. Grove Hill Farm - THE above Farm is situated on an eminence over looking the beautiful and thriving village ot Bridgton Center and within one bait a mile oi tiie business portion. It is pronounced by all who have seen it to be the best and most desirable 1 cation in the County. It comprises 110 acres, conveniently di Tided into tillage, pasturage, wood land and timber land; cuts from 45 to 50 t *»« quality of bay: The buildings consist of a two story bouse, built in 1858, at an expense ol »u.n barn and out buildings in good repair. For particulars apply to C. P. KIMBALL, or H. W. GAGE, (Arm oi St rout & Gage,) Portland, BEN JAMIN WALKER, Bridgton. or to the subscriber. RICHARD GAGE. Bridgton, Dec., 1866. dec 27 eod&wt | Farm lor Sale, LOCATED Yarmouth fore side; two story house and out buildings, 43 acres of land with orchard ; \nd wood lot, and handy to sea dressing, and a good w harf. Terms easy. For further particulars enquire of H. Sinclair,of Cumberland, or on the premises. p.'vMdlwaeodlw C. C. TAYSON. House for Sale A FIRS y CLASS two story Brick Houae No. 13 Mechanii’- Street. Lot 42 x 100. Enquire at 343 Ceajn-eaa’m. * °* L. D. STHOUT, or of WM H. .J ERR IS, Real R>tate Agent. _Jan22dtf TIMBER LAND! Far Sale in Virginia. THE subscriber lias for sale 451 ^te# of Lljd heavily wooded with Wbite 1Oak. Chestnut and Pine timber, situa-ted theRapP* bannock River. For further particulars pddress ADOLPHUS WEINBERG, Ja2M3w Box 347, Alexandria, Va. FOB SAL.Il* A LOT OR LAND, situated within a hundred vards of the Grand Trank Mmtion, Y *r" mouth. Said Lot is 67 It. by 19H, and la part pf the Estate of tiie late Capt. JOHN DAVIS. For further particulars inquire at hi* late »ii dence. Yarmouth, Jan. 26, 1867. jan28 d2weod* _ Desirable Store Lot* FOR SALE, N com M K DC I A L 8TRKKT. fTIHE subscribers offer for salt* the Jot of bind ou i the southerly side ot Commercial Street, he.^ot 3**x»a’a Wharf, measuring 72 bv 130 fee/. F’or tuJ’ thor particulars inquire JONAS 11. PER LEY. QetO tt_or W. S. DANA. |® ft/mae lor Sale, No 32 Myrt le Street. E»» u'lip at No. 8 t'eutral Whan. Jftlj 15—dt! Houflo for Sale. /AN Neal Mirer*, upper half of the Brick float \ f Uoiue—coauiBiat in aft Ik then. cvmmt.il I cllsi . hard and wifi water. A g'nl Maids, and yard r. him. Very cnvtmi.nl and .le irnMe. Pom. salon given sometime la Maich. Ttrma eaay. A pplv on the premtav.iv, or to WM. H. JKRIU*. Heal Estate Agent Fete t - <Bsr _ For laeMe. THE vilnaUi lot oi load ohtmt o« NhMi n»! 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M| Paras* a* Brews I I oad Cuaprioa »ir* »u. frMd« MRU R. D. roUN»M, 01M8WB I P SALE JEWELRY, Silver and Plated Ware! Fancy Gooda. Clock*, de, «fe. THE subscriber being obliged on aeconnt rf ID health to relinquish bnsincM, offers his well-se lected stock of Via, Jewelry, Silrrr Ware, Plated Tea. Mew, Cake Baskets, Carfare, Speeat, Parks, French, Calendar aag Vaakrc Clacks, Opera Glasses, Faacy Beads, At Cost for 15 Hays. N. «T. GILMAN, If• • Free Street Black. N. B.—All persons indebted to me are requested make immediate payment, and those having de mands against me will please present them lor set tlement. tc6d1w Schooner for Sale. . a The fine white oak and copper-fastened fast sailing Schooner IDA MORTON, yJPr|\ 49 12-100 tons new measurement, well /AA.ULV found and adapted for the Coasting or B-SaUB.Fishing business, is now ottered for sale by the Eastern Packet Co. For particulars enquire o M. N. RICH, jan28dti No. 3 Long Wharf. FOR SALE. ONE high presunre, horizontal Sleans Bagla*, with Cylinder 1U inches diameter, 44 inch stroke —Iron bed and heavy fly wheel. Two flue Boilers 40 in. diameter,30 feet long with two floes in each 13 in. diameter. The whole is complete in all its parts, and in good order, and will be sold at a bargain. Apply to T. H. WBMTON, Or the Parliamd t snpsar. Portland, Feb. 2, 1867. febs Jsod ed All'lTun »Aliba< Horses, Sleighs, Harnesses, Ac., at Auction. 0*T8"&*’ Feb- *2tb, at 11 o'clock A. M., on New Market lot, Lime street, we ahull sell 10 new i.arneaeoa, 1 aet double liarneaa, together with an assortment of new and ttecuud-haiid Sleighs, Pongs, Carriage Rohes, Butnkets, Ac fcblldtd H. BAlUv A SON., Auctioneers. important Sale of Government Vessel. Depot Qoaiitekmaster's office > Baltimore, Aid, January :io, lsgr. j WILL be sold at public auction, at the port of Baltimore, (Henderson's wuail Bast Baltimore) on Thursday 12 Al.. February A, 1-1,7, the .n l i t KB SIDE-WHEEL ST'KAAIBK, COSMOPOLITAN. Of V7(l tons; length, 325 luet; breadth oi beam, .11 feet depthol of hold 13 feet; cylinder, 50 inches, ami II feel strode. A rare opportunity is afforded, in Die Hale of this * tearner, to poi son* desiring to purchase a really fiisf-claw* vessel. . , . „ She is of light draft, the engine and boiler are in most excellent condition, and the hull perfectly sound and strong. ____ It is believed that lor size and built, t he COSMO POLITAN surpasses any vessel hitherto offered by Government tor sale at this port. Terms cash, in Government funds, on day of sale. Further particulars may be learned upon applica tion to the undersigned or to the Auctioneers, Messrs. ADliEON, THOMAS & CO., No. 18 South Charles street. By order of ihe Quartermaster General. ^ A. S. KIMBALL, Captain and A. t^. M., U, s. A., Febi*7 __ Depot Quarter master. *1. s. BA1UQY, Auctioneer & Commission Merchant AND ADD HA 18 KB, Office 176 Fore St, at Meat, darter 4 Draaara' January 7—dti C. W. HOLMES, AUCTIONEKU, :hM> i'oagnwi Street, Vtr**1™ ur any kind of |«o|wrty in the CUy or TU rtohy, promptly attended to on the »«» tn.iwahl, (CUM. uorlMti CITY NOTICES. Snow to be Iteinoved from Foot way or Hidewalk. Sect. AO.—-The i*aant or occupant, and In case there should he no tenant, the owner, or auy person having the care of any building or lot ot land border ing on any street, lane, court, square <»r public place within the city where there is any fbotiug or side walk, shall, alter the ceasing to foil ot any snow, it In the (lav time, within three hours, and' It in tho night time, before ten of the clock ot the forenoon, succeeding, cause such snow to be removed from such footway or sidewalk, ami. in (fofouit thereof, shall forfeit and pay a sum not less than two dollars, nor more than ten dollars; and tor each and every hour i hex caller that the same shall remain on such loot way or sidewalk, such tenant, occupant, owner, or other (terson shall forfeit and 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. HKiLD, decl8dtf City Marshal. MEDICAL ELECTRICITY DR. W. TT DEWING, Medical Electrician1 174 MIDDLE STREET, Nearly Opposite the United States Hotel lITHEHEht would respectfully announce to TV citizens ol Portland anil vicinity, that he ■ permanently located in this city. During the three years we have been in this city, we have cured some ol the worst tortus of disease in persons who have tried other forms ol treatment in vain, and curing patients in so short a time that the rtue*tinu is often asked, do tliev stay cured? To answer this questim we will say that all that do not stay cured, we , doctor the second time without cliargc. Dr. D. has been a practical Kl««irklan for t went}* one years, and is also a regular graduated phv odai t Electricity is perlectly a<fopu-d to chronic iJiwsMiii the form of nervous or sick headache; neuralgia in the head, neck, or extremities; oonsniuptiou when In the acute stages or where the lungs are not iully involved; acute or chronic rheumati m, seromia. lup diseases, white swellings, spinal dists^s, curvature of the spine, contracted muscles, distorted limbs, palsy or paralysis, St. Vitas' Dance, deafness, slam* muring or hesitancy ol speech, dv*j»ep*ia, indike** tlon, constipation and liver complaint. we care every case that can be presented; asthma, bronchi tis, strictures ni the chest, and all forms ot nmaio complaints. By Electricity The Rheumatic, the gouty, the lam * and the laxT leap with joy, and move with the agdny and elastic ity of youth; the heated brain is cooled; the frost bitten limbs restored, the uncouth deformities it* moved; Caintuess converted to vigor, weakness to strength; the blind made to see, the deal to hear and the palsied form to move upright; the blemishes of youth are obliterated; the accident* oi mature lue prevented; the calamities ot old age obviated and an active circulation maintained. Li 11 1 EM Who have cold hanas and feet; weak stomachs, lam and weak hacks; nervous and sick headache; dizzi ness and swimming in Che head, with indigestion and constipation of the bowels; pain in the side and bark, leucorrhcsa, for whites); foiling of the womb with in ternal cancers; tumors, polypus, and all that long train of diseases will find in Electricity a sure means of cure. For paHuul menstruation, too ,.,0111*0 menstruation, and all 01 those long line ol troubles with young ladies, Electricity is a certain specific, and will, in a short time, restore the sufferer to the vigor of health. TEETH! TEETH! TEETH l Dr. D. still continues to Extract Teeth by Elec tricity without pain. Persons having decayed teeth or stomps they wish to have removed for reset ting he would give a polite invitation to call. Superior Electro Magnetic Machines tor salo lor family use, with thorough instructions. Dr. D. can accommodate a lew patients with board end treatment at his house. Othce hours (tom 8 o’clock A. M. to 12 M.; trom 1 to 6 P. M., and 7 to 9 In the evening. Consultation Area._ novltf "piano-forte ! Instruction Given on the Piano-Forte -BY MXkn Ella Bonney. FI*. 8 CASCO STREET. Portland, March 12,1886. I very cheerfully recommend Miss ELLA BON NEY to tho public as a Teacher ot the Piano-Forte. Having been a pupil of mine, I c*n testify to her being a thorough scholar, and have no doubt that those who employ her will be fully satisfied. Feb 8—dtf _ H. S. EDWARDS. Yarmouth Paper Co. mHE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the JL above named Company will be held at ifoiroflco in Yarmouth. THURSDAY, Feb'v 14th, 1*67. at J o’clock, A. M., for the choice of oncers for the en suing year, and fur any other busint-s# tlu*t may bo legally brought before them. * J. C. COOLllxiE, Clerk. Feb'y 7th, 1867._5®d!^_ pint National Bank of Portland. Holders ot the nr.t sen*, ot srrm-mnx nota. can hnv. tho —mo oil—|M ".r | hearing «il per rent bond, at thl. Bank al 0" u.uul commission. The trim Horn* nuiart in Aupi.l not, >n<l tba convendon ot the Second and Thud soft., ea* n—» I. .thud on runaB. uni... >» a E. (MX'Ll*. C—htoi JanJHIm - ----— ■ — I, t vimlrum tonti'UBj. T -w ,.i the «.>kh..l l-’• HE annual meet, „ Uto. ».»'• itujr.a- *' ■ tkaapaa) will ha her ■ fyfc. I.U. * T «PrW . mi TUKnDlY klK\IV.. tha fcllnwlag paipnara, ita.. -alae isa*. tat. To riuw oSthi ht thr eu. A iM ny he *«hat hawa. ^ 4 !T^.S V. la •i Nlaa klnmL A ar .an. »Wl V. NMrt at ikd • ki »» rally a-, M, a* t aViaak Pk 'w ia. Mbaa, to» * At*" af to* fcp af to* « «•*». •* * *m4 to* WjHal Mato *• • to 1 to WlI Ut¥ » i*4,rVf4 •** •» *toi mm mm a«»k..» *>». » h* b ► ■ win hr h*M m to* ton hr Mr«w«, to » « * to* htohn and T»— — to—— to*— «f In—itof to M fiMlUti aataiil nartfy iha ,tndrs «l aha Daackri la iha Daasar aml h . a f. n Kaili..«l (kayany tor iha law 4 thaw read whaa t aalaiad UIWAUI T. LITTLE. Ark. Wslinilt*. Jaa 1.1. tall .a.-'iDn Uo to Adaaia A runnluu'i I>'B jaar |"a»ianiakiM Ouoda af all kind*. " I'arpattafa, ami all km.l«of Crorkrrv. Olaaa, Tin. Stone. Farther. aad Wnaka Wara. hur iW lap. wad*, shade*. Ac. Ac., curar. or Federal aad fcirbang* anti no£id3iu For Sale Cheap. 1 SECOND-HAND Salt, all* Lmude 171 x 31. I Platform Scale. 40 M fret extra Southern Pine, inch thick and from 5 to H inchen wide. 10 M 1| inch do, 12 to 14 in width. K. DEEBING, jan.Wtf Hobson’* Wharf. Commercial street. Valcntines. ST. Valentine hat made hit depot thiayear .1* u*a al at tho Bookstore of S. H. < OlJdSWOKTI1Y, Exchange St., where he will be happy to receive hit numerous friend*. FebOdlw MISS SEWALL, WILL ijivE LESSONS IN Lead Pencil and Crayon Drawing And also Instruct classes so desiring, in tho Element* of Design, after Dr. Rimmer's method, at dill Congress Street, six do< rs above Casco, up stabs.— Entrance through tlie store. ETApply every day hutSatnrday. jaSikhf To Rent, WAREHOUSE on Custom Honse Wharf. En quire of LYNCH, BARKER A CO., _novlutf 189 Commercial street. A F ULL 8 JJPPL T -DF Boy’s Clothing ! AT THE New England Clothing Com., 9S Market *«■»«. I iVftinyw E, LKVEEN A CO.