Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, February 13, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated February 13, 1867 Page 3
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LATEST NEWS BY TELEGUAHI TO THE PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. --.-»#» ---——■ Wednesday Morning, February 13, 1867. LEGISLATURE OF MAINE. [SPECIAL DISPATCH TO THE PRESS.] State House, Augusta, Feb. 12. SENATE. The Senate passed to be engrossed an oct authorizing towns to choose one Selectman, Assessor, Overseer, &c., for one, two and three years respectively, by a large majority. The Committee on Library reported in favor of purchasing a portrait of Abraham Lincoln, late President of the United States, to In* plac ed in a conspicuous place in the State House, at a price not exceeding $1000. The Senate voted not to concur with the House in establishing the salary ot' the Gover nor at $2500, and on motion of Mr. Caldwell to insist and appoint conferees, Messrs. Caldwell, Crosby and Woodman were appointed. The act to remove disability on account ot race is especially assigned for to-morrow. 1 ho President appointed the committee on that part ot the Governor’s message that re lates to capital punishment: Messrs. Crosby, Hillings, Hamblen, Dyer, Woodman, Wingate and Fairbanks. Mr. Crosby reported a bill an act to surren der the charter of the Piscataquis Fire Insur ance Company. Passed to be enacted—Act to amend chap. 41 of the law's of lKii;;; act relating to the salary of the County Attorney of the county of Knox; act to authorize certain persons to extend and maintain a wharf in Rockport harbor, in the town of Camden; act to authorize Sipion Mc Dougall and James Race to extend their wharf in the town of Boothbay; act to make valid the doings of the town of Fort Fairlield; act to incorporate the Matinicus Wharf and Dock Company; act to authorize the Kennebec & Wiscasset Railroad Company to unite with the Knox & Lincoln Railroad Company; act to change the valuation of the town of Chelsea in the county of Kennebec; act to incorporate tbe Trustees of tbe Norridgewoek High School; act to grant authority to Oliver M. Reynolds to construct wharves or piers in Lubee; act to annex SaivsfL-ld plantation to the (own of Fort Fairlield; act relating to bills of exchange; act to authorize the Portland, Saco & Portsmouth Railroad Company to aid in the construction of the Kurojieau & North American Railway; act to authorize Samuel B. Locke ami others to construct a dam and sluice across Lower Kezar river, in tlie town of Lovell, aud estab lishing the rates of toll for shipping lumber through the same. Ad journed. HOUSE. Resolve providing that a sum not to exceed three thousand dollars be expended for the pur chase of the Kuox Mansion passed one reading, and after a short discussion by Messrs Bickford ami Plaisted, was laid on the table and Wed nesday next assigned. An act to renew the charter of certain banks was tabled. Resolve regulating elections among the Pen obscof Indians passed to he engrossed. Mr. Sliepley, under a suspension of the rules, laid upon the table “a resolve providing for the restoration of the Probate Records of Cum berland county.” A motion to recommit tlie report of Com mittee on State Printing and Binding, after discussion by Messrs. Brow n, Atkinson, I’lais ted, Berry and others, was negatived, and the contract made with Messrs. Stevens & Say ward was confirmed. The vote of yesterday by which the report of the Committee on Agriculture was laid upon the table, viz: The reports of W. A. I*. Dilling ham, President of the Slate Agricultural Col lege, of Hon. Phiuelias, Treasurer of the same, and of Prof. Reed Law Olmstead, landscape architect of the same, was, on motion of Mr. Oak, of Garland, reconsidered, and five thousand copies were ordered to 1m* printed. Leave of absence was granted to B. W. Tay lor and 8. A. Wilcox from ami after Friday next. Act additional to act to supply the city of Portland with pure water was amended and passed to be engrossed. The act forbids taking water from auy of the tributaries of Sebago Pond. EUROPE. XI VN B V TUB C A B I. R. Immense Reform Procession in London. TIIL} CRETAN WAR. Resignation of the Italian Cabinet. Florence, Feb. 10. Baron Ki sc a soli is about to introduce in the Italian Parliament a new bill in regard to tlie property of the church. London, Feb. 10. A dispatch from Constantinople announces that the Sultan has resolved to emancipate his Christian subjects from political disabilities, and lias issued a call for the assembling of a Turkish parliament. This intelligence has caused a rise in the Turkish funds. Athens, Feb. 10. General Kalergis, the Greek envoy to the United States, sailed on the 8th instant for America. London, Feb. 11, Evening. The reform procession took place this after noon, and was a grand affair. The turnout was immense, but there was not the slightest disturbance anywhere along the route. A del egation ol‘reformers, headed by John Bright, waited upon Mr. Gladstone to-day, ami were favorably received. It is stated*tl^at Mr. DTsraeli will introduce in Parliament a plan of reform to be adopted by resolution. The idea is favorably received in political circles. Paris, Feb. 11. It is announced that all the French soldiers will leave Mexico on the 25th February. Antwerp, Feb. 11. It is confidently asserted here that the* Bel gian legion, now serving under Maximilian in Mexico, will soon return home. London, Feb. 11. Advices from Madrid report that three edi tors of that city have been condemned to im prisonment at hard labor. Berlin, Feb. 11, Evening. The Prussian Government has determined upon the evacuation of Dresden, which will he in future garrisoned l»y troops of the North German Confederation. Athens, Feb. 11, Evening. Intelligence from Candia is to the effect that six hundred Greek volunteers have surrender ed to the forces of the Porte. King George is about to send an autograph letter to the Em peror Napoleon, Queen Victoria, and the Czar Alexander, asking them for assistance to the Greeks. JUOMiMJN, ren. i-s, xtmui. The reform demonstration yesterday and hist evening passed off enthiisias:ieally but quietly. From representations marie to the Government serious Fenian plots wen* feared in Chester, hut the authorities were watchful, and no out break occurred. Berlin, Feb. 12. The Conference of the South German States has adopted an army system similar to that of Prussia. Florence, Feb. 12. The Cabinet Ministers of Italy have all re signed. Constantinople, Feb. 12. In the. new Turkish Cabinet about to be cre ated, Ali Vizer Fuad will accept the office of Foreign Minister. St. Petersburg, Feb. 11. Lieut. Col. Knox, the agent of the Russian American Telegraph, waited upon the Empe ror yesterday. He represented that the line on the Atlantic side will )»<• completed in .Inly next. Govern or Korsafchofl and Gen. Bhclasinkoff', in Siberia, formally acknowledged the courtesy of the American Congress in regardto the attempted assassination of the Emperor. New York,Feb 12. A special cable dispatch to the Herald from London says the demonstration on Monday was a great success. Th«*re were 20.000 persons in the procession, and the streets wen* lined w ith over 20.000 spectators. Tfia best order was maintained during the march. The clay was pleasant and in striking contrast with that on which the Queen's procession to Parliament took place. American, French and Italian flags worefcarried in the procession. Jicsolu tions were passed denouncing the Derby gov ernment and demanding manhood suffrage. On Monday afternoon the House of Commons was crowded to hear the expected announce ment of tin* Government programme. Mr. DTsracli delivered a Jong historical essay on reform and the English Constitution. Towards the close of his speech he said tin* < 1 overtiment would introduce resolutions to test the sense of Parliament iiefore nresentinga reform hill,and fixed the 25th as tie day for offering them.— The resolutions are vagiie and unsatisfactory, and merely stale general principles. HoMton Hoard of Trade. Boston, Feb. 12. At an adjourned meeting of tin Board of Trade yesterday afternoou the report's of tin* comm it ties on the cental measurement of grain and the national bankruptcy were accepted. The suhji ct of purchase of tin* Worcester and Western Railroad was debated and a motion Pi reconsider the vote whereby tin* report of the minority was substituted for that of the majority of the committee was rejected, 16 toll. Muffragr in Hamm**. 8t. Louis, Feb. 12. Tlie Democrat's Topeka special says thi* House to-day refused to concur in the Renate amendment to the joint resolution to change flie Constitution so as to allow negroes to vote XXXIX 00NGBE8S--SE00ND SESSION Washington, Feb. 12. SENATE. Bills were reported by Sir. Wilson to amend the act to incorporate the Soldier*’ and Sailors* Home; by Mr. Itamsey to authorize the con struction of a bridge across the Slississippi at La Crosse. Sir. Chandler gave notice that to-morrow he would introduce a bill to repeal the tariff law and impose a uniform tariff of on per cent, ad' valorem on all imported goods. Sir Poland otU“*d a resolution looking to the abolishment ol the office of Vice Presi dent and limiting the 1‘resident’sTrvfcT* Mr' .l.,,laml Kli|l be did not wish an u)tilt'dmti' consideration of his resolution, and 11 wa-H laid over until to-morrow. Mr. Sherman, from the Committee on Fi nance, reported a bill for fundi rig compound interest notes outstanding, authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to issue therefor, temporary loau certificates in the manner pre scribed in section 4 of the act authorizing the issue of;(Juited States notes, and for other pur poses, approved February 25th, 1862, said cer tificates to bear interest at a rate not exceed ing three per cent., principal and interest pay able in lawful money on demand. National banks are authorised to hold such Certificates a-; a portion of the reserve provided for in sec tions 31 and 32, of the acl establishing such hanks, approved .June 3d, lsi>4, provided, that not less than two-fifths of the entire reserve ol any such hank shall consist of lawful money of the United States. The act also restricts the total amount of certificates at any time outstanding, to $80,000,000. The bankrupt bill was taken up and the vote by winch it was rejected being reconsid ered, the .Chair decided that the hill was not amendable unless the vote ordering it to a third reading was reconsidered. Mr. Sumner said that one of the amend ments he proposed to otter excluded the late relicts from the beuetits of the bill. Discussion ensued as to the truth or falsity of the reported prosecution and murder of Unionists, white and black, in the South. After further debate a vote was taken on the hill and it passed,yeas 22, nays 20. It now goes to the House for its concurrence in the amendments. Mr. Morgan, from the Committee on Com merce, reported a bill umeudatory of the act providing tor the safety of the lives of passen gersou board steam vessels. Mr. Wilson reported Jroiu the Committee on Military Affairs a new draft of^he bill to pro vide for a temporary increase of the pa> of army officers, etc. Among other provisions it gives all officers below a Major General, 331-3, per cent, increase on their pay proper lor two * years from July 1st, 1807, and all other mount ed officers, cavalry pay; it continues the pres ent pay of enlisted men three years from August 20th, I860;.allows commutation of ra tions to prisoners of war who died in pnsou, or who died subsequent to their release; abolishes the ofthv of Assistant Secretary of War; strikes out the word “white” from mili tary laws; makes it the duty of army and navy officers to prevent whipping and maiming of person for any crimes or misdemeanors by any pretended civil authority in any State until such Stab* shall have been restored and recog nized by Congress; abolishes and forever for bids peonage in New Mexico and elsewhere, and declared null and void all laws, resolutions and regulations which have maintained or en f reed the same, ami provides penalties for any violation of this section. Mr. Wilson introduced a joint resolution to facilitate the settlement of claims for quarter master’s stores and supplies furnished by loyal persons during the late rebellion in Maryland and the States in rebellion, creating a commis sion for each State to hear and determine upon all evidence of loyalty in support of such claims, and to report to Congress what amount, if any, should be allowed. The bill authorizing the acceptance of League Island as a naval depot was taken up. Mr. Sumner offered* a substitute providing lor the appointment of a commission, consist ing of Admiral Farragut, Gen. Sherman and J. C. Hillyard, to examine and select the best site, providing it shall be given as a free gift to the Government, etc. After a debate the Senate took a recess until 7 P. M. HVKMINU SESSION. On motion of Mr. Sunnier to take up the joint resolution for the relief of Admiral Pauld ing, the yeas and nays were called. No quorum being present the Senate ad journed. . HOUSE. On motion of Mr. Wentworth, the Secreta ry of the Treasury was requested to commu nicate the cost under existing laws, of the Central & Union Pacific hail road. On motion of Mr. Hill, the Secretary of the Treasury was requested to inform the House whether Postmasters were required to account for and pay the salary tax on the salaries of clerks, etc. Mr. Eliot introduced a bill relating to the mercantile murine of the United States. Re ferred to the Committee on Commerce. Mr. Darling offered a resolution, which was adopted, that Whereas, The commercial marine of the United States is reported to he in a languish ing condition, and there exists also a great de pression in the shipbuilding interests, owing to the legislation and action of foreign Govern ments, and other causes, therefore, Resolved, That the Committee on Ways and Means be, and it is hereby instructed to in quire into the expediency of amending the tariff act by a provision to the effect that all i goods imported in American bottoms shall be j entitled to a rebate of ten per cent, of the du- j ties imposed by said act. After other unimportant business the House resumed the consideration of Mr. Eliot’s bill lor the reorganization of the State Govern ment of Louisiana. Mr. Einck withdrew his motion to lay the bill on the table. The vote ordering the main question was re considered. On motion of Mr. Eliot, the*l»ill was amend- I ed by striking out the 12th section, whieh pro- I vides for the election of a delegate Irom Lou isiana to the House of Representatives. Mr. Eliot then renewed the motion for the I previous question. Mr. Eldridge said it was the understanding that the bill should Ik* left open to debate. Mr. Eliot was not a ware of it and had no I objection to the bill being debated one or two | hours, if that would suit the gentlemen on the other side, rather than liave a renewal of the scenes witnessed in the House some weeks ago. After miscellaneous debate in which Mr. Le Blond took occasion to comment on the failure ot the Reconstruction Committee to report any measure whieh a majority of the House endorsed, Mr. Eliot s ddne must resume the floor. Mr. LeBlond—Very well, let the gentleman move, lus previous question. In reply to a question, Mr. LeBlond sail In wanted the question left open to debate until it had been reasonably debated. After considerable discussion as to what time should he allowed in which to discuss the bill, Mr. Eliot said that, having tried in vain to obtain a reasonable proposition, he would say that lie did not intend to call the previous question for two hours. In that time the other side of the House could explain their views j against the hill. Messrs. Boyer and Harlan addressed the House in onposilition t3 the bill. Mr. Shellabargcr closed the debate in a speech in favor of the bill, during which Mr. Boyer said the statement that the Courts in Louisiana were under rebel control,and would not do justice to negroes and Union men, was unfounded in fact. This assertion created considerable excitement an* general calls to order from the Republican side of the House. The hill was ordered to be read a third time. This point seemed to have liecn anticipated, for the bill, to the surprise of the Democratic, and the amusement of the Republican side of the House, bail been engrossed. The bill pass ed , yeas 113, nays 4*4. Petitions were presented and referred. Mr. Chanler presented the credentials of William Aiken, Representative elect from tlie 2d district of South Carolina. Referred to the Committee on Reconstruction. The House took up the bill to establish mil itary Governments in the seceded States. . Mr. Kelley was entitled to the floor. The House nt quarter past lour o’clock, took a recess until 7 1-2 o’clock. EVENING SESSION. On motion of Mr. Starr, the Committee on Thinking ami Currency was instructed to in quire into Ihc expediency of preventing by law the sale of gold by the Secretary of the Treasury*and by national banks, ami also of exempting from State or other local taxation, that portion of the capital of national banks invested in United States loans. The House then proceeded to consider the hill establishing military Governments in the seceded States. Mr. K alley addressed the House in advocacy of the bftLaud expressed a hope that it would be passe* without amendment. Mr. Mswnara spoke in favor ot the lull, say ing that through, ut. the unreconstructed States tin* spirit of rebellion was as strong to-day as it had bjfeu since the attack on Fort Sumter. The pcuat which was in the country now, was the pe aj*i of the slumbering volcano. Mr. A®sou next spoke in favor ot the bill, decUrjjnbiiuself tor it, either with or with out t hejp 11 e ml meet. Mr. Blaine hoped the hill would he amend ed to theieffect that when the Constitutional A me in latent should be ratifled, and any one of the Sbthern Stab s had provided tor im part ial3§Aragc, that that State should be re storofljff A diajissiou arose between Messrs. Blaine aud Kaniond upon an assertion of the former that tbfflteoplc at the polls had superadded to the Coifftitulioiial Amendment the require ment nGrolured suffrage. Mr. C^niii ld explained that his expression, ‘the dodr of mercy was closed to the Soutlierii people,* referred only to the Constitutional Amendment, which all except Tennessee had rejected. m' S0®11 *P°ke against the bill. ^*r- Vani Horn obtained the floor when, at quarter before eleven, the House adjourned. lYffneellnneouH l>i*,,„l«!io*. Albany, N. Ym Feb. 12. The Homeopathic Society couunonoediit* an imal session here, to-day. At its session this evening the President delivered his annual ad dress. Baltimore, Fob. 12. The steamship Klla Knight, which sailed yes j terday for Petersburg \ a., was cut through by | the ice off Fort Carroll, aud run ashore on j Sparrow Point to prevent her siuking. Seven feet of water are reported in her hold. The passengers were taken off and have returned here. /■ Fort Laramie, Feb. 12. Capt. Sokalskie, of the 2d United States cav alry, died at ibis post last night. Col. Car rington’s wound is better, but he is not yet able tifc travel. Col. Patrick, Indian Agent, has established a reservation four miles from here, and has now eighty lodges ot Indians on it, and more are coining. 1 ttrftlrn< live I'ireto Memphis, Tenn., Feb. 11. ifihdh; were three incendiary fires last night. V San Francisco, Feb. 11. A flue this morning in Falsom street destroy eoxievfral houses. Loss $20,000. MEXICO. Fears of the Capture of Ju aves. Reports of a Great Liberal Victory. Mirainon’s Troops Demoralized. LIBERALS SAXGUIXE OF SUCCESS. New Orleans, Feb 12. Fears are entertained that Juarez has been taken prisoner by the Imperialists under Quis raga. Humors are current here that Cortina is en route for the seat of tlie Republican Govern ment, to turn over bis command to the Minis ter of War and Marine. Mejia is said to have abandoned the cause of Maxiinillian. It is thought that a large Imperial force will soon be sent into the State of Tamaulipas. A special from Mataiuoras to the New York Times says a gentleman who left Monterey on the 5th inst., states that the bells were ringing iu that city, and there was a general demon stration of joy by reason of the great victory gained by the Liberals under Gen. Tievino over the Imperialists under Miramon near Acuaca lientes. The same news has been officially re ceived at headquarters iu Matamoras. Washington, Feb. 15. The Mexican Minister discredits the report of the defeat of the Republican army in Mexi co and the capture of Juarez, as published in this morning’s paper. Gen. Trevino had started for Alaya with the Vanguard of the army, to meet Miramon, who was there with 15,000 men very much demoral ized. Castillo had assumed command of Me jia’s troops, and was at Queretaro with about 13,000 men. The Liberals wen |sanguine of suc cess. Southern Hciun. St. Louis, Feb. 12. Maj. Gen. Howard arrived here yesterday from the Fast. The Republican’s Messilla, New Mexico, cor respondent says the Indians arc very trouble some in that neighborhood. Much stock had been stolen and several murders committed. Louisville, Ky., Feb. 11. The steamer 1). Vernon was sunk near Aus tralia yesterday. Total loss $50,000; insured $18,000. A colored school was opened here to-day. Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 12. The Senate lias passed the colored suffrage j bill to a second reading, refusing to strike out the clause prohibiting negroes sitting on ju ries or holding office* Probably the* bill will be passed to-morrow. Louisville, Ky.. Feb. 12. The marble bust of President Lincoln was ' inaugurated to-day at the Academy of Music, j which vy^s densely crowded. Gov. Uramlette I presided. Ex-Attorney General Speed deliv ered ail eloquent address. Subsequently the j bust was removed to the Custom House and , placed permanently on a pedestal at the west erly end of the law library. Crea| B«'irc in New York—l.o^ FMliaualed nl over One Million Dollars* New York, Feb. 12. A building on Broadway, corner of Second street, occupied by S. Ii. Chittenden & Co., dry goods, took fire at 5.30 this morning, and is now (noon) burning with destructive fury. Chittenden’s loss is estimated at one million dollars. Insured, but at present cannot be re ported to what exteut, as tlie books and papers are locked up in the vault. The loss of Jaffray & Co. is $100,000; partial ly insured. The building erected for the So ciety Library, valued at $350,000, is totally de stroyed. Later,—It lias been ascertained that Messrs. Ch ittenden & Co.’s insurances amount to about $800,000, distributed among nearly all the larg er insurance companies in tlie city. The burn ed building belonged to tlie Appletons. In sured. Messrs. Jaffray & Co. are amply insur ed, and the insurers will be called upon for only about 5 per cent, of their risks. Gen. Hillyer was to-day formally installed ;us Revenue Agent for New York and New Fngland. WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENCE. Tlie Confirmation of Mr. Cowan. The Loan Hill. Nf.w York. Feb. 12. The Post’s special says the Senate Commit tee on Foreigu Relations have agreed to report against the confirmation of Mr. Cowan as Min ister to Austria in place of Mr. Motley. The Senate Finance Committee have agreed to tlie demand for a loan bill,but limits the amount to $75,000,000, and the rate of interest to 3 per cent. There is an understanding that the Secre tary of the Treasury will go on withdrawing $4,000,000 per month. The Ways and Means Committee have agreed to let tin* wool tariff stand as it was in the House bill last session. ■*ri«* I ill Nuiigatucl< .1 iini-itoii. New Haven, Couu., Feb. 12. There was a prize light at Naugatuck Junc tion, near Bridgeport, to-day, between Race Bolster, of Washington, and Billy Warburton, of Hartford. Six rounds were fought, when Warburton struck a foul blow, and tlie referees decided for Bolster. The stakes were five hun dred dollars'a side. After the prize fight there were two disgusting mauls, in one of which Hilly Breen, of Providence, was pounded to a .jelly. The New York & New Haven Railroad Company sent a special train, with a posse of police on board, but no arrests were made. An early morning train was stopped halt *n hour by the roughs refusing to pay. BYumIiIurIou flcniM. Washington, Feb. 12. The counsel of Sanford Conover, who was yesterday convicted of perjury, has moved for a new trial. In the Supreme Court to-day Chief Justice Carter delivered an opinion on the application of Col. Magruder to be admitted to the liar The Court said that in vi«*w of the circum stances stated, even it (he test oath in question did not exist, it would be impossible to grant the application. Gen. Thayer, Senator elect from Nebraska, left to-day with a certified copy of the act of ad mission, to be laid before the Legislature for its action thereon. The meeting of that body is expected to take place about the 29lh. Damage l»y llic Yre-Jid. Norwich, Conn., Feb. 12. Tlie end wall of the nearly completed paper mill of Campbell, Hall & Co., at Greenville, having been nudermined by the freshet, fell into the Shctucket river this eveuiug damag ing the mill to the amount of $20,000. Several of the workmen ha I a narrow escape. The mill was being finished in the highest style,and was one of the finest structures in the country. The whole building is iu danger. Tlie total loss liy the freshet in this si tion will reach j $200,000. From Kim rraiM-iM'O. San Francisco, Feb. 12. 'Phe ship Roswell Sprague, from Boston, has arrived. The officers and crew, with the ex ception qf two, are down with the scurvy. Hale & Norcross Mining Company declare a dividend of $125 per foot, probably on the loth inst. II.-a* } Frcnlicf ami F'atal lSe«iilt. Boston, Feb. 12. A dispateli from Concord says White river was so blocked with ice at West Hartford, Vt., yesterday, that water rose as high as the second story of the hotel. The oldest daughter of Mr. Williamson, hotel proprietor, was drowned in trying to escape to the depot. Arrival of Ren. Roller Augusta* Augusta, Feb. 12. Gen. Butler has arrived here to inspect the TT. S. Military Asylum at Togus Springs, of which institution lie is President. An invita tion will be extended to the General to visit the Legislature to-morrow. THE ItlAIUiETS. Vinauciul. New York, Feb. 12. Money closed very easy, with an abundant supply and light demand. (Jail loans 4 (« G per cent., and prime discounts 7 ^ 71 per cent. There was more activity in Gold this afternoon, and the premium ad vanced closing at. 137$. Foreign Exchange was a lit tle weaker under the prospect of a shipment of bonds. Hankers* bills 108$ aj 108$. Stocks closed wllb little or no change. Government, securities were stronger during the afternoon, and maintained the improve ment at the close. The speculative feeling at the Mining board increases; business large, with a gener al improvement in prices. New York iTlnrkrf. New York, Feb. 12. Cotton—more active and very firm; sales 2,100 bales Middling uplands at 3.1c. Flour—active and 5 >•} IQ*- lower; sa’es 7,300 hi*ls.; State at 0 00 « 11 so. Round lioop Ohio 11 00 (tv 13 25; Western at 0 00 @ 12 30. Southern sales at 10 75 ((i> 1G 50. Wheat—dull; sales 0,500 bush. Milwaukee No. 2 at 2 33. While California at 315. Corn—dull aud 1 '«] 2c lower; sales 44,200 bush.— Mixed Western at 111 « 1 13afloat. Yellow Jersey new, at 1 12 («> 1 13. Oats—lower; sales 26,000 bush. Western at 69 @ 62c. Slate at 07 aj 08c. Canada West, tree of duty, at 67c. provisions—dull and heavy. Whiskey—firmer; sales 1500 bids, in bond Western at52 •o) 32c. Groceries—gcnci ally quiet and dull. Naval Stores—dull; Spirits Turpentine at 07 {&> 671c. Hosin at 3 87$ (o. 8 50. Petroleum—lull; sales of crude at 18]c; refined bonded at 30 a 30$c. Tallow—dull, sales 83,0(H) lbs at 11I ] @ 1 l$c. Freights to Liverpool—quiet and firm. Cotton] (w $d by sail. fine ft go nifirkclH. Chicago, Feb. 12. . Provisions—The market is dull and weaker, with ligul sales of mess pork for cash at 18 75, and lor de livery in March, buyer’s option, at 19 50. English meats easier; sab s of Cumberland middles at x$ («■ s,<-. i-<ar.i, packed, mure active; sales prime steam render* d hi H>- Orcsaeii bogs 5 u< I0c lower, closing at 7 M m. i on, ilivulina ..n 2110 lbs. Uve linKs close,! si, a,h ; Balm, a 5 sr. 11711. Flnur-Thc market is .lull ami wit linutdeeidcd c!,an„,.. W|i.nt ,.uy ;u„| In inoiierate ileinaml, No.s,.riuK declined Jc; No. 1 scarce ami uommal; sales No. 2 at 1 s.3 a) 185 — Corn moderately active ami steady, closing'niiiet at H2Je for No. 1, and G9c for No, 2. Oats and Ac lower, closing nominal at 50$c lor No. 2 in store — High Wines inactive and nominal. Hoceipts—8,000bWs. flour, 22,600 bush, wheat, 17 m) bush, corn, 7,300 bush, oats, 3,000 hogs. Shipmenta_ 1,000 bbls. flour, 4,000 bush, wheat, 4,000 bush. corn. lYilmimgfon MnrhetR. Wilmington, N. C., Feb. 12. Spirits turpentine dull; sales at GOe. Rosin quiet; I sales at 3 00 io< 5 00. Tar firm; sales at l G5. Cincinnati Market*. Cincinnati, Feb. 12. Flour steady and in fair demand; sale3 of sujicrliae at 9 75 @ lu 25 for Winter anil trodo brands, including extra; tarnilj at 11 00 @ 13 50. Wheat in fair demand and firm; sales No. 1 at 2 38 @ 2 40 tor Spring, and 2 90 tor Winter. Corn dull and prices lower; gales No. 1 at Oic in elevator, and 75c in sacks; receipts are large. Oats dull an i nominal at 51c for No. 1. Rye firmer and prices higher. Provisions less firm; Mesa pork dull \.ith no demand; small sales of city at 20 25. and country at 20 00. Lard dull and prices nominal at 12 (a> 12 Jc. Bulk meats offered more freely and prices vary; largo quantities of country meats are of fering; closing rates 7$t9$c, and 10$c for shoulders; loose sides at J @ | over these rates Packed bacon dull; shoulders at 9$; sides 16]c; clear sides at 12$c. Green meats sales at 0$ <a> 8] and it)]c. Butter and cheese firm and unchanged. Eggs scarce at 40c.— Gold 136 <& 137. Exchange firm at par. The money market is steady. New Orleans Market*. New'Orleans, Feb. 12. Cotton—firm and unchanged; sales 4,800 bales; Middling at 31$ n\ 32c; receipts for four days 10,400 bales, against 13,000 bales for the corresponding peri od last week; exports 20,090 bales, Sugar firm; lair at 13$c. Molasses stiffer; fair at 74c; prime to choice 75 id 79e. Flour firm and unchanged; superfine ^it II 75; extra 12 00 M 12 50. Com very firm; sah-s at 1 12 (u) 1 15. Oats firm; sales at 85c. Hay firm* sales at 23 00 (a) (g> 2500. Polk higher; sales at mess 21 75. Bacon, sales of Shoulders at 13 @ 15]e; Gold 136$. Bank Sterling Exchange 26$. Now York Exchange $ discount. Freights unchanged. C oiumcrrinl—Per Cable. Liverpool, Feb. 11. The Cotton market is firm at 14]d for Middling up lamIs. The sales for the day are estimated at 10,000 bales. London, Fel». II, Noon. Consols f< »r money 91 American Securities.—Uniftd States 5-20**72 13-16. Hlinois C'eutral Railroad shares 80]. Erie ltuilroad shares 39]. London, Feb. 11, Evening. Consols for money closed at 91. American Securities.—The following are the closing prices of American securities: Erie Railway shares 39$. Illinois Central shares 80$. United States 5-20’s 72 13-16. Frankfort, Feb. 11, Evening. United States 5-20 bonds closed this evening at an advance o! $. Liverpool, Fob. 11, Evening. The Cotton market was steady during the day.— Sales 10,000 bales. Middling uplands 14|d. Corn de clining, and was selling to-day at 39s 9d. Poik ea sier. Lard beavier and dull. Tallow steady. Petro leum, refined Pennsylvania and Canada White are quoted at Is 5d ^ Is 6d. London, Feb. 12, Noon. American Securities.—The tbllowing are the current quotations for American Securities: Illinois Central Railroad Shares81$. United States 5-20’s at 73 5-16. Erie Railroad sh;u'es39]. At Paris Uni led States 5-20^ bonds are quoted at 82$, and at Franklort at 76]. WANTED. Wanted. nf\ t u\(\ FLOUR BARRELS, at Forest JyJ V/ City Sugar Refinery, West Com mercial, near foot of Emery street. Proposals will also be received tor new Sugar Bar rels, and a sample may be-eeen at the cilice ot the Company, 159$ Commercial, at corner of Union St. febl2d&wtt T. C. HEKSEY. WANTED ! MACHINE GIRL ! 1G Market Square, ferntf nr. Wanted. AN American Gil l to do general housework in a small family. Apply ai No. 30 Myrtle street, ieblldtt STORE \Wl.YTEn SUITABLE for Fancy Goods, Watches, and Jew elry, either on Middle, Congress or Exchange Streets. A reasonable price will be paid for fix tures, and hall'a Store might l»e lakeu if agreeable to a good party in a good local ion. Address A. DltKMNKK, No 152 Essex Street, Salem, Mass., giving real name and location. Ie#d3w* Flour Barrels Wanted! ONnnd after January 2d, 1807, we shall resume the purchase ot Flour Brls. for CASH, at the Office of the Portland Sufjnr Co., 21 1-9 Danfortli Febfcdtf J. B. BROWN & SONjj. Wanted ! A Partner with a capital of from three to five tlious xi. aiul Dollars, to eugago in trade where there is a fine business already established and one of the best locations in the State tor Country trade. With prop er attention to business fifty thousand dollars worth of goods may be sold in a year to good advantage. Full particulars may be obtained by application to Woodman, True & Co., Shaw & Haskell, or Stev ens, Lord, & Haskell, of Portland. Febtiedisif Wanted. MEN AND BOYS TO CALL AT 3.T5 CONGRESS STREET, where they can buy OVERCOATS LESS THAN COST Or'' THE «»N- B\ “CALHORIVU CHEAP JOHN.” Fob 4—d2w Agents Wanted! JUST OUT, Fnrragut and our Naval ffc roc*, by the brilliant a d popular ilistoriui, J. T. Deadly. This is the only Wjirk on the Navy in tlie ‘ War, aim everybody is buying it. tiROUliiAl If. ULAKE, GENERAL AGENT. Feb4—3iu Box 827, Portland, Me. Wanted. - A SITUATION by an experienced lady, as house keeper or nurse. Address, Portland P.O., Mrs. A. P. fo2d2w Wanted Daily ! ! AT Tlie General Agency and Employment Office No. .'til 1-9 Cotigri'HN All per sons wishing to secure good Girls lor any respecta ble employmeut, will find them ai this uffiee. Also please notice. We will send you men and boys lor any work in city or country, tree ot charge. E We want good American, Provincial, Irish and ColoraTWomcn and Girls, as well as Men and Boys, every day tor all orts ot situations in this City and vicinity. Give us a call. COX X' POWARS. Portland, Me., Jan. 25, \>7. jau30 utf Flour Barrels Wanted. WE will pay 30 cents each for first class Flour Barrels suitable for sugar. LYNCH, BARKER & CO., novl3dti 130 Commercial street. LOST A NO FOIFND. L.OST! ON Sunday, Feb’y 10, near Portland and Green Sts, a large Gobi Bosom Pin. The finder will be rewarded by leaving it at the Office ot the EASTERN EXPRESS CO. Feb 12—dlw* Twenty-Five Dollars Reward ]OST on Saturday last, on some one of the princi J pal Streets ot this city, a roll of hills, amounting to $175. The above reward is ollered tor' the return ot the money to the subscriber at Denmark, or Mr. POTTED, at the Portland House. C. 1*. PENDEXTER. Portland, Fel» 11, 1867. felld3t* Picked up Adrift! A LOT of Spars. The owner can have the same by call at. Little Chobegue Island, proving proper ty and paying charges. 1'el ldlw* ItOAItn AND ItOOitlS. Hoarders Wanted. I PLEASANT Robins with board tor gentlemen and their w ives. Also tbr single gentlemen. Apply to GEO. McLELLAN, No. 4 Locust st. iehlldlw * To Let. A Suit ot rooms suitable lor Gout ami Wife, with board at 56 Clark Street. FebGdtt To be Let. PLEASANT unfurnished rooms without board, suitable lor tfentlcmen and their wives. En quire ill. No. 6 South street, between 9 and 11 A. M. each day. janSdtf NOTICE. fflHE following lists ol Taxes on Real estate ot non

J. resident owners, in the Town of North Yarmouth for the year 1865. iu bills eommitteii to John G. Pierce, Couleeior of said tow n, on the first day of June, 18fW>, have been returned by him to me,as remaining unpaid on the 31st day of May, 1866, by his certificate of that date, and now remain unpaid; and notice is hereby given that if the said taxes and interest and charges are not paid into the treasury of said town within twenty months from the date of the commitment of the said hills, so much of the real estate taxed as will be sufficient to pay tne amount due therefor, includ ing interest and charges, will, w ithout liutlk r notice, be sold at public auction, at the Town Mouse, in said town, on the 1st day of March, 1867, at 10 o’clock A. Val’n. Tax. Benjamin Warren*home and lot, $l5o oo $375 Albion Blackstoiic, house, barn and lot. 540 00 1 18 R. P. M. Gredy, house, barn and thirty-five acres land, 1,325 00 33 13 Horace P. Kimball, house and lot, 150 oo 3 60 Mrs. York, two and one-half acres land, 50 00 1 95 William Wagg, two and one-half acres land, 60 00 1 44 Rachel True, one and one-half 2crcs land, 50 00 1 20 George True, nine acres land, 350 00 8 40 Heirs of Jacob I'avor, house .and I'd, 60 00 1 44 WILLIAM B. SKILLTN, Treasurer. North Yarmouth, Jan.24ili, 1867. jan 28d3t (endow Jackson’s Catarrh Snuff! EIjECSANT TROCHE and t*NTFF Combined lor Cout/Jis, Catarrh,Bronch it is, Voids, Hoarseness, Asthma, ltad Breath, 1teadach&,dtc. Instantly relieves amjnying Crarin in rhnrch. Cures f1 a la nli* nisirivKLV w it bout snfi/im.. Valuable to Winder*, Clcrigy, A c., clear* and Mlrca^lhca* the voice ; acts quickly; tastes pleas antly ; id*vi nauseate*. Prevent* taking coin from Nknting, V.eelnre* &c. IS 4r Sold by Druggists or sent by mail .Jjj Eli lose 35 cts to Hooper, Wilson & Oo; (sen tfleodtjunol 8'l!71 PHILADELPHIA. AS*. W. WIIli-1-IjE,Portland,WholesaleAgt. PAINTS AND OILS, J>i*h{-k, Mctlioinosi, Dye istnlls. Window (Uiikm. A0ENT8 FOR Forest Hirer <l>. Warren Lead Vo.’s CRAFT* & U ll.I.l tns, Nos. 5 and 8 Commercial Wharf, Boston. __flat-WMa, OlhaT*461111 y,’ur or<,er8 for Job Work to Daily Prc. PROSPECim THE FRESS For 1807. With the opening of the new year we presented to the readers of the DAILY PEEBS, A Paper Knlargcd to the size of the largest New Eugiond Dailies* The enlargement of our daily edition is equivalent to the addition ot between three anti four columns to its size. This additional space will be devoted to de tails ot important events, which wo have heretofore been obliged to give in brief, and to selections from current literature, grave or gay, such as wo have lately been obliged to omit altogether. What the character of the paper thus enlarged will be, its past history will show. The Press was es tablished primarily to represent the Republicamjar ty of Maine. It was impossible for the controlling party of the State to remain voiceless in this city. The Press will continue to defend the principles of the Liberal party of America. The w ar has closed one great cycle in our national liistory—the cycle during which aristocracy at the South and democra cy at the North grew up side by side, a period of jealousy and conflict, resulting in an apical to arms and the victorious supremacy of the democratic prin ciple. We have euterod on a state of transition, which seems likely to prove longer than most of 11s autici pated. The Press will insist upon a settlement which will secure the fruits of our victory. Nothing is settled till it is settled right. We must have de mocracy at the South as well as at the North—equal rights for all secured l»y equal laws, freedom of s|>eech, freedom of the press, impartial suffrage. Oi the prolbuud convictions of the Republican party oi Maiue, 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 oi that great enterprise will comjiel a change, which has already begun, in the management oi newspapers. The leading features of the world’s history will be registered from day to day by the tel egraph. The expense of special dispatches from all parts of the world will prove too great for single newspapers, and correspondence will regain some thing oi its old importance. Newspaper associations or new s agents will assume the task of furnishing the daily dispatches, while corresjxmdents will fur nish details, explanations and illustrations, by mail. The Atlantic telegraph has already destroyed the system by which our ioreigii news has for years been furnished by steamer, aud already tlie Tribune has its special correspondents established in almost every capital in Europe. We cannot rival the feats o New York joumadsni but we must be governed by the same considerations. We have engaged Regular Correspondent!* in Washington, New York, Boston and Augusta, and occasional coiTes|ioiidcnts at various points throughout the State. During the session of the Legislature, we shall publish Special l))Ki>al(‘lieK from Augusta every morning, furnishing a synop sis of the previous day’s proceedings. To the people of Maine, and especially to people who have business relations with Portland, we hope to make the Press more valuable than any paper 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 shall have regular correspondence from that point, and a Daily Summary of Maine News which readers here would be sorry to miss. We shal /have Full and Accurate Market Report*, forwarded by telegraph from al parts of the United States, from Canada, and irom England. A weekly Review ol the Portland Markets, and an accurate Report of Mniuc Shipping, in foreign and domestic ports, will be published as heretofore. There will he NO INCREASE IN THE PRICE Of tlic Daily Press. For RIGHT DOLLARS A YRAR ! We expect to furnish a paper, The Lars’ost ii» 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 wasto basket for the leavings ot the daily edition. It is designed to he as jparefully made up ns if it were a perfectly ianle jiendont publication. It contains from week to week, tlie most ini|N»riant articles which appear in the daily, together with a considerable amount of Matter Expressly Prepared for its Columns We shall add to its attractions during the coming year, An Agricultural Department, To he conducted by the Rev. WILLIAM A. DREW, of Augualn, a veteran journalist, widely and favorably known in Maine, and a contributor tor some time past to the Press over the signature of “Traxi.” Mr. Drew’s special qualideations for this work need no heralding. The Shipping News of the Week Will be published without abridgment in tlic State Press, as will also the Xtevtew of the Portland Markets, And the Brighton Market, Iteporis. To country traders the weekly report of Portland prices currrent aloue will Ikj w'ell worth the subscrip tion price. In addition to a careful Digest of General and State News, We shall also furnish weekly a page ot k . ^ 4 It 18 I I tA 1Ul*iI Miscellaneous Reading for the Family. The weekly edition is made up in eight large pages, of bIx columns each, and is the Largest Weekly Paper in New England. •M It is offered to the public at the low price of DOLLARS A YEAR, invariably in advance. To a club of new subscribers, eleven copies will bo sent for twenty dollars, and the same discount is offered to larger clubs. --—— — -4-— NOTICES OF TUG PRESS. [From the Christian Mirror.] The Press has been enlarged since New Year’s. We are glad to see such evidence of prosperity. With such papers as Portland now furnishes wc seo m> need of importing Dailies from Boston and New York. [From the Portland Price Current.] The Press.—The crowded state of our columns last week prevented us from noticing the eniagemeut and re-arrangement of the columns of the Daily Press, which in its present enlarged form, 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 furnished lor the money. [From the Gardiner Home Journal.] Enlarged.—The Portland Press was enlarged on the 1st iust., to about the size of the Boston Dailies. This Is fin evidence of not only tlio prosperity of the Press, but of Portland as well, for of course; the en largement is caused by the increase of advertising favors. The Press is worthy of the patronage it re ceives, is a credit to Portland and to the State, and we hope increasing years may increase its prosper ity. [From the Eastern Argus, Jan. 2] —The Press appeared yesterday morning enlarged by the addition of 2! inches to the length of its col umns. its make-up has also been changed again, and on the whole it presented a decidedly impioved appearance. Our coteraporary’s “new clothes” arc somewhat larger than ours, but the “ biggest arc not always the best.” [From the Portland Evening Star, Jan. 1.] The Daily Press appears this morning in an en large ' terra, making it now lolly equal in size lo any daily lies spapei in New England. The editor, in his New Year’s Salutatory, show’s that the success of tlie i*per for the past year has been most gratifying, and we are glad ot its prosperity. The return to the original style ol arranging the contents ol the paper, is one ol tuc most agreeable features of the change. [From the Bangor Whig.) — The Portland Press was enlarged on the 1st of January to,about the size of the Boston Daily Post ami Advertiser—which are our largest New England dailies- wmI il now makes a very handsome appear ance. This evidence of prosperity on the part of ho good aud reliable a paper as the Press is gratifying, ll shows, too, that Portland has lost nothing ol vigor, enterprise or resource, by the great tire, but that its | course is still onward—that its busim-ss is in fact in creasing, notwithstanding the apparent calamity of ! last year—and that its promise ol commercial great ness is certain to he fulfilled. The Press is among the bestol the New England papers, and its present appearance Is a credit to the State. [From the Hath Times.] ty* Hie Portland Press comes out greatly enlarg ed, and we suspect it now gives another settler to the question which is “the principal paper in Portland.” It is bound to distance its eomi>eUtois. I From the Lewiston Journal, Jan. 1.) The Portland Press has increased ils size equiva lent to an addition of three or four columns. This enlargement, tojlowuig so closely upon its resurrec tion from the ashes of the great tire, shows that the principles it atfvocates and its otforts to eater to the literary tastes of its readers are appreciated l»v the public. J be a IditioHul sp cc now obtained will be devoted to details ot important events, and selections from current literature. [From the Worcester (Mass.,) Spy.] Tl™ W®» that commence the neW sheets and manilest signs of 1 th Vrcss and the Hart tan 1 \ ti,«‘5* *1 lllS;|;r,1‘cr m the largest and best dsuly in the .State of Maine, and the latter wc have exchanges.1611 “* °ne °f tlie ablest °r our Connedlcnt [From the Portland Advertiser, Jan. 2.1 enlarged form f'Vf a(’P°arei' ytstordav morning Vn an daily naneJ in xi V'°JV ,u,ly ‘1lml «» to any oi re iiline nntter iE,1K a,“1’ .,n ,h'’ arrangement nrhieh withinh* burned to the original style, ance. thmk qulte an ^pcovement in its appear Since the fVess has been under the editorial man , ^‘‘liardson, its editorials have been high loned and reliable, wielding a powerful influ ence <»yer its patrons on all jiofifcic .1 mutters. He has taken a fair stand, always discussing topics in a dignified manner, yet leaning in nil vital lewuee wlti his party. Wldle we cannot always agree with ull 01 hia political notions, we heartily bear witness to the ability, character and culture lie has displayed in iti management, and wish him and the proprietors ever more prosperity in the next year than It has had Le ^ltsuew* is judiciously and carefully selected, an<l a general culture uud literary taste characterizes its contents. As a good family newspaper it lias no su perior- and while Mr. Lincoln occupies the city ed rtor’s chair there will be no lack of local news, as it i» generally acknowledged iu that department he ha« no equal iu the State. Tlie enlargement argues a prosperous business, at least for ur eotemporary, and we hope it will never be fouud necessary to curtail the dimensions ot tins enterprising and respectable sheet. [From the Bangor Times.] iy* The Portland Daily Press conies to us consid er ibly enlarged and with a return to its old style of “ make-up.” This enlargement—so toon after the great tire—to a size equal with the leading Bostou dailies, speaks favorably for the pro.-perity of the city and indicates a good degree of cuterprize on the part of the proprietors. The Press Is edited with ability, lias able contributors, and as the leaiiing liapcr of the dominant party, is a power iu the land. [From the Portland Transcript.] The Daily Press begins the new year much en | larged in size; we are glad to see such an evidence of the prosperity of this excellent journal. The Press has swung around the circle to another 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. JANUAHY 26, 1867. SPECIAL CLOSING SALE -OF WHITE GOODS! Laces & Embroideries! At One Priee. E. T. ELDEN & CO. Jail 28—dtf 200 Doz. Linen Hdkfs. This Day Deceived l SELLING AT LOW PRICES E. T. ELDEN & CO’S. Jan 28—dtf Housekeeping; Ooods OP EVERT DESCRIPTION, A T O IN E PRICE. E. T. ELDEST £ CO. Jan 28—dtf BLEACHED <k BBOIVX SHEET INGS, BLANKETS & QUILTS, Much Under Price, E. T. ELDEM & CO’S. Jan 28—<lttf "k. t. iimv & co., WILL OPEN THIS BAY Five Cases of Linen Goods CONSISTING OF Bleached, Half Bleached, And Brawn D A 31 A S K S ! Bleached & Brown Table Covers, Napkins, Doylies, Towels, Fronting A Linens, Linen Sheetings, Ac, At One Price, 5 Free St. Jan 28—dtt Grover tV Baker, Sewing 3faehines, AT MANUFACTURE 6tS PRICES, Every Machine Warranted! Muhiu Milk*, Thread and Twhl, a fall Anttortmeat. E. T. ELD EX A CO. NO. 5 FREE STREET, Jim 28 dtf ~ FOB HALF. OKI] liigli pressure, horizontal Steam Engine, with Cylinder it! inches diameter, 44 inch birobe —iron bed and heavy fly wheel. Two Hue Boilers 40 in. diameter,.10 feet long with two Hues 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. WKN'rON, Or the PArilan«l iompnnp Portland, Feb. 2, 1867. febo d30d cd PHOTOGRAPHS ! E. S. WORMELE Formerly No. 90 Middle street, takes pleasure In an nouncing that he will on TUESDAY. JAN. 1, 186T, open his NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY At No. 316 Congress Street, [Opposite Mechanic*’ Hall,I vrhuru lie will be pleased to wait on Ids friends and tlie public Grateful for past patronage, be hopes by strict at tention to business to merit a renewal ot tbe same. Person.'} wishing tor FIRST CLAM PICl CRK8 of all styles and sizes arc invited to call. Picture* colored in Oil, Water Color* and India Ink by one of tbe beat Artist* in the State* Special attention paid to Copying of all descriptions. j&ir^All work warranted to give satisfaction. N. B—Work done for Photographers in Ink or Colors at reasonable rat is. janleodSm A Safe Investment! TOWN OF WESTBROOK Semi-Annual Coupon Bonds. One, two, three and tour years to rui i; interest and principal payable at Canal Nation al Bank. A tew thousand dollars of the above Stock may Vtc liad by applying immediately to WM. M. CLARK, No 78 Commercial Street. Portland, Feb lltb, 1867.—d2w* Tilton & McFarland, Desire to call the attention to tlie tact that more than 4r O Of tlieir Safes gave AMPLE PROTECTION in tlue late Are. Parties desiring a FIRST KATE SAFE, At a MODERATE PRICE, will please call on EMERY Sc WATERHOUSE, Middle Street, Portland, Or at IflO Hmlbury IKtrccI, Boston. {^^Second-hand Safes taken in exchange for sale Jan 16—SNlstwin each ino&advremainder of time. To Let, TIHIW) story in the new block over Shaw’s Te a . Store, Middle Street. Enquire ol JACOB McLELLAN, Ocean Insurance OlHee, Exchange Street. February l <13w* FORGE COAL. JUST arrived per wh Clinton, a cargo of Fro ih mined Cumberland Coal Irom tlie llnin,»clii re Mines, Piedmont, Va. This Coal ia very nice ai id warranted to suit. Those wishing to purrbase lar ic iota, will lind it to their advantage to give us a ca [1. RA.VDAIili, Me tl.INTKK A «« Coniine rcinl Mlrrrl, Head of Maine Wharf. icl.5 il inside 2w GAS AND COAL OIL FIXTUUJESf / , E. TARBELL & SON, N., It RKONVISI'O aTBBBV, BOSTON . MANUFACTURERS AND D*r.ALKRS IN Chandeliers, Brack'ets, Lamps, &c. FITTIMCS )n it9 branches. BAN NTOVKS, foT siting an(j Heating. CHAIDKhr 4JBR, I,AMPS*, *«.. Re-Gil ed or Bronze^ no21eodSm ENTERTAIN MEATS. Ocean Association £& EX-4 fff. Will give a «iuml Valentine Ball, AT MECHANICS’ HALL, On Thursday Eve., Feb. 14th. Valentine* will br niTca la aim.u , Flaar,? * U*,d*!r» mf Tickets $1.50, to be obtained at ihc do^r i . Maiufen; Haller* Ticket* 511 cent*. " ut l,lt: Music by Chaudler’s GumlriUe Bund AAi/wn/er#—Ed w. Hodgkins, A. II.Jacobi it I Pag.,^ a«U»*i«C e'. J. Bailey, C. it. H. D. Tripp._tHbl_M3t Portland Theatre. ■lid well &' Urawnr, la wn A illuiiajtrr*. Last Week but One of the Seasou. Crawning Uramatir Nen»aliau ! Monday Franny, February 11th, aud EVERY EVENING during the week; also on f)ATlrBDAV AFTEKNOOII. Tim management, in announcingthe close of the most suncssml Dramatic season known for many years in the city of Portland, take pleasure in pre senting to their patrons a new and Gorgeous Fairy Burlesque, ENTITLED CINDERELLA! —Oft— THE LOVER, THE LACKEY, And the Little Glass Clipper ! j Additions have lieen made to the Company express ly /or this piece. The Musical depart mem enlarged, l The SCENIC and MECHANICAL EFFECTS are ot j the most MACMIFICEIT DKSCRIPTION ! 1 And every effort ttiatle to render it the 11 l'illiunt Attraetion OF A Triumplmut Dramatic Season !! First appearance of Miss Jennie Kimball, from the Boston Theatre. Re-Appearance of the charming i medienne, Miss MARTHA WREN ! ET-i/ Full particulars in Iteily Programmes. febl1d6t SOCIAL FESTIVAL! The Ladies of the Free Street Kaptist Society will hold a Festival in the VESTUY OF THE CHtBtll, On Thursday I've., February 14th. Fancy Articles and Refreshments tor sale. Tickets of admission, 25 cents. Supper served at 7 j o'clock. Per order of Committee. Portland, Feb. 11, 1887. dtd I. A. R. A. The Irish American Relief Assoeia’n will give a course of SIX ASSEMBLIES, AT MECHANIC S’ HALE, Commencing Monday Eve’g, Jnni7th, And continuing each Monday Evening, closing with a GRAND CALICO DRESS BALL. Tickets for the Course, including the Rail, will be $5.00; Evening Tickets, $1.00; Ball Tickets, $1.50. {^r'Mtibic by Chandler's tut) l.’uadnilc Band, D. H. Chandler, Prompter. Dancing to commence at h o’clock precisely. Floor A/anayi rs—Thomas Farker, James Rooney James E. Marshall, Kobert/Dow, Patrick McCaferty William H. Kalor. Messrs. O'Riley &ud Bodkin will take charge of the clothing. de*:ildtf REAL ESTATE. House foi* Sale! GREAT BARGAIN! dUQ WILL buy a first rate two story v/ brick House, with 12 rooms; all in good repair, with turmu-e and cistern. Lot 42xi 0. Enquire, 13 Meclianic St, or of \VM. H JERK1S, Real Estate Agent. Iebl2d3t# Valuable Hotel Property lor Sale. rpHE Uxford House, pleasantly situated in the vil JL lage oi Fryeburg, Oxfortl county, Maine, is of fered for sale at a bargain, il applied ior soon. Tlie House is large, in good repair, wdh luruiture and bxtures Ibroughout, together w ith all necessary outbuildings. For lull particulars inquire ol llORATIO BOOTIIBY, Proprietor. Or Hanson* Dow, 54£ Union st. Fryeburg, Sep:. gy, 1st*. dtf House lor Sale. A good House two stories, Stable attached, hard and soft water, good lot centrally located—con venient for two lamilies, if desirable. Inquire at 13 Hanover or 1M4 Fare Mm, J. A. FEXDERSON. Jan. 24, 18b7. dtf NOT1CB. 1 will sell on lavoiable terms as to payment, or let lor a term of years, the lots on the corner ol Middle and Franklin streets, and on Franklin street, including tlie corner oi Franklin and Fore streets. Apply to WM. Hi LLIAUl>, Bangor, or SMITH REED Attorneys, Portland. jyl2ti FOR- SALF. Grove Hill Fam I THE above Farm is situated on an eminence over looking the beautiful and thriving village oi Bridglon tenter and within one hall a mil. oi the business portion. It to pronounced by all 4rho have seen it to l»e the best and most desirable 1< cation in the County. It comprises llu acres, convenient tv di vided into tillage, pasturage, 1 land and limber land; cuts from 45 to Iso P.ns frst q ality of bay. The buildings consist of a two s»ciy .muse, built in 185K, at an expense ol $3,000, wu.. barn and out buildings in good refiair. For particulars apply to C. P. KIMBALL, or II. W. GAGE, (firm ol gfro it & Gage,) Portland, BEN JAMIN WALKER. Bridgtou. or to the subscriber. RICHARD GAGE. Bridgton, Dec., 18CC. dec 27 eoddfcwt Farm lor Salo, LOCATED Yarmouth fore side; two story house and outbuildings, 45 acres of land with orchard and wood lot, and haudy to sea dressing, aud a p*od wharf. Terms easy. For further particulars enquire of H. Sinclair, of Cumberland, or on the premises. Feb7dlw&eodlw C. C. I'AYSoN. TIMBER LAND ! For Sale in Virginia. THE subscriber lias lor sale 450 acres of Land heavily wooded with YY'hite Oak. lied Oak, Chestnut and Pino timber, situated on the Kappa bannock River. For limber particulars address ADOLPHUS YVKINBEKG, ja2od3w Box 347, Alexandria, Va. For Sale—House on Park St BEINti about to remove Iroro this city 1 oiler lor sale my House, No. S3 Park St. It is good size ami couvenent, wilball ibe modern improvements, Hnthing room, in wnirh is Hot and Cola water, tias, r'uruace, Ac. Con eetod wltli liouse is a stable. Po session given first day of May next. Enquire at No. Commercial Ni. bead of Hobson’s wharf, of -J. H. II imli ii, the subscriber, STKPHEN PATTEN, or of W.H. JEKRIS, Heal Estate Agent. Jau30eodtf JDesirable Store Lots FOR SALE, N COniHE KCIAL MTBSKT. THE subscribers ofter for sale the lot of Lind on the southerly side ot Commercial Street, head ot Dana’s Wharf, measuring 72 bv 150 teet. Eor far ther particulars inquire JONASH. PER LEV, Oct 18 tf_ W. S. DAN A. m House for Stile, No 32 Myrtle Street. En quire at No. 8 Centra* Wharf. July 12—dti House tor Sale. ON Nenl Street, upper hnlf of the Brick front House—containing in all 12 Rooms; cemented Cellar, hard and soft water. A good Stable, ami yard room. Very convenient and de-iruble. Possession given sometime in March. Terms easy. Apply on the premises, or to WM. H. JKRIHS, Real Estate Agent. F eb. 6—d3w ___ For Lmm, rnnE valuable lot or land comer of Middle and I Pisu.ib Streets, lor a term 01 years. I nquire 0V C. C. M1TCHELL Ar SON, A115. 28, <111 1*8 Fore Street. Fimn for Sale. I WILL sell my farm near AlU'iiV Corner West brook, about three miles from Pott land, one mile from horse cars, aud Westbrook Seminary. Said larm contains ;d»out 100 acres, part ot it very valuable for tillage, and part 01 it for building lots. There is a go<M house, two Urge Lcuus. and outhous es on the premises. It will I*.* sold together,or In lots to suit purchasers CX UUS Til U RLt>W. 6epll-dtt 165 Commercial St. First Class Houses for Sale. YV E Offer tor «>le tbo oi*ht tint rlam bri. k h“U«*k V\ recently built by ns, situated on Pun between Cliuk and t’arlcfcm St™**- ro,ifl>, Tln-se houses arc Uo.roU/hly built, » .,^#1*011.— brick drains, and marble nn.nilelplcce1 vt-ry ,jiv,.ra Tbey w ill bo sold at a low Jwh^V^.L', pmiiiirth St. ble terms. Apply at our «>ni<uc,x ' - ^ ^ SONS, ,1. it. J>r*‘ u, opposite the or WM. LI. JERIUS, Real Estate 48 Prcido House. dtt October 16, J8C41. ^hi» for Sale. •i.iuwimr “Hattie Ross” 1M ton* old J A mSwumitnent. built in 1888 of the very gt, L material, hard wood l»ottom and while ofi tor, coppered. *dfc, rigging i.lJW' hi l spars in tirst rate condition, mid well I T T?^vervway, and ready lor business. lh, ">a every w i.v, K(,^s & STURDIVANT, f0 blldtf 7;: Commercial Street. — A FULL SUPPLY Boy’s Olotlriiiiar ! AT THE Hew England Clothing Com, Market Sq.nrv. ,lc8d*»_E. LEVEENiCO^ Notxce to Land Holders. ,>rD O'DUROCHER. Bulhter. is pn'paif'f bt t»kn T iT rmitru-ts for bulbil nc, cither by .K«n or by D AY WORK 0»» f'ttTiisb Kirst Vlass workmen a, «l m»frbttof^dj^g^cAN HOUSE India Street, Portland. 1 . topist 17th, 1866 augaoatf AUCTION NAl,CM. ■£. 31, PATTEN & CO., AuclioiuTr*. Plutn Mtret-t. Household Furniture, Beds, Bed „ v „ ‘stc- at AutUou. C\N Friday, Feb. 15. at la a ,, Canal street, opposite r A« *Vt,Holfe be Bold tbe entire cnniuuta, conuaiifb Kt'l"'t\W! 1 trexaoB. tied,Hug. Beds trade * I'IT,. ulu“’,V "1‘ Hardware, Oar pete. Bugs, Crock. rv n’lui^ ’l1"’ Mirrors, Stove-, Kitchen ruridturo.lf? Ul‘“* "are, rVlso, eon touts of store underneath. Sale without teaar 1 to weather, and premises t., i». v. ed ou evening ol sale. fcbtSdta ** Important Sale of Government Vessel. Depot Qitarteiimastfr’s Offii-i, > itattbiiore, Md, .January 3o, ls«7. j \\r II-Ti be . id at public .. at the port 01 1 ’ Baltiiuore, (litinlersou’s.wioul East Baltimore) uV,!'lu,r?Jay 13 M., February 28, 1m,T, the M J’EKB UBEt, sJ'EA.UlB, CiJNMuI'CILITAN. yjt ,,9 tons;length, .as leet; breadib ol beam, 31 11 leet strohjj°* *''’*'*1:: vli cylinder, 50inches, umi 7 lealim "W—rtunity j» affonlcd, in the sale of iliis first-class ,5* deairing to 1 urclmsc a really most exM-lien't'"***'' au<l boiler are in Sound and Strong a,,'‘ «*“ hull peri. ctly POl.lTAN surisuueaunr^r n,"| V"Ul' Governmont M - de at itili‘,1,II,:ller,u "»'erod by Terms cash, in Ciovcriin.,.,,. i Further particulars may !„: “n ,,;»V or sale. Son to the unilersIgiuM or m JS*"»»*“•* Messrs. ADKEON, TUOMAs a r l, Auctioneers, Charles street. & CO - N“- «» South By order of the Quartermaster General A. S. KIMBALL, ' Captain and A. Q. M., u, s. A tbitlil Fel)27 Depot Quartermaster. Valuable Beal Estate fou sale : BY virtue of a license from the Hon. Judge of Probate for Cumberland County, 1 shall sell by public :m,'lion, ou SATU KI>A Y, March lbth next, the fallowing parcels of Keal Estate belonging to th« estate of the late C’HAICLE.'j K. HECKJtlT. viz: At It o’clock A. M., of said day, on tbe premia's, lot ol land corner of Congress and Smith hi reels, extending about 44 leet on Congress and 13d feet, on Smith Street, with the untinisliod buildings thereon, subject to mortgages of about $3,0* 0. At half past II o’clock A. M., of the same day, or immediately after the foregoing is disposed of, on the premises, lot ot land corner of Congress and frank lin Streets, containing about 8,oou square tret, *x tending ubout its; leet on Congress Street, subject U> mortgages of *5,500 and interest. Also, at. 3 o clock P. M., of the sumo day, on the premises, lot of Lind corner ot Vaughan ami Pine Streets, about 2*30 leet on Vaughan Street ami 143 on Pine Street, subject to mortgages of *4,Mu and in terest. Said lots are located in the most, desirable part* of the city, and oher excellent inducements to builders and capitalists to purchase. S. B. BECKETT, Admimsirat r. HKNKY BAILEY A SOtf, Auction,*". Portland, February 13,18»*7. codBwulu! *J. S. BAIL1SY, Auctioneer & Commission Merchant AMD APPRAISER, Office 176 fore St, at Mess. Garter & Dresers’ January 7—dtl C. W. HOLMES, AUCTIONEER, MOO Congress Street, »"SaleH of any kind of property in the City or vi cinity, promptly attended to ou the most tavorable terms. * liovlSdtt CITV NOTICKS. Snow to be l{emovrc«l from Foot way or Sidewalk. Sect, iso.—1The tenant or occupant, and In case there should in* no tenant, the owner, or any person having the care of any building or lot of land border ing on any street, lane, court, square or public place within the city w here there is any footing or side walk, shall, alter the ceasing to tall ot an> snow, it in the dav time, within three hours, and if in the night lime, before ten of the clock ot the forenoon, succeeding, cause such snow to be removed from such footway or sidewalk; tun!, in default there*d, shall forte it and pay a sum not less than two dollar*, nor more than ton dollars; gnd lor each and every hour thereafter that the same shall remain on such foot way or sidewalk, such tenant, occupant, owner, or other person shall forfeit 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. HEALD, declttdtf City Marshal. MEDICAL ELECTRICITY DR. W. ¥7 DEWING, Medical Electrician^ 174 MIDDLE STREET, Nearly Opposite Ihe (Jailed Males Hole! llTHEkEht! would respectfully announce to ▼ V citizens u* Port laud and vicinity, that lie b penuancntjy located in ibis city. During the three years we have been in this city, we have cured some ot the worst terms of disease in persons who have tried other forms ot treatment in vain, and curing patient* in short a time that the question is often asked, do they stay cured? To answer this questioi we will sav that all that do not stay cured, we , doctor the second tune without charge. Dr. D. ha> been a practical Electrician tor twenty* one years, and is also a regular graduated phy-ociait Electricity is perfectly adopted to chronic diseases in tire form of nervous or sick headache; neuralgia in the head, neck, or extremities; consumption when In the acute stages or where the lun^s are not lully involved; acute or chronic rheumatic m scrofula, hip diseases, white swellings, spinal diseases, curvature ol the spine, contracted muscles, distorted liiut»s, palsy or paralysis, St. Vitas’Dance, deafness, stam mering or hesitancy ol speech, dyspeiuha, indiges tion, constipation and livei complaint, piles—we cure every case that can be presented; asthma, bronchi tis, strictures oi the chest, and aLi terms of female complaints. By Klectrioitv The Rheumatic, the gouty, the lame and the lazy leap with joy, aud move whh the agility and elastic ity of youth; lire healed brain is cooled; the frost bitten limbs restored, the uncouth deformities re moved; iaitunes* converted to vigor, weakness to strength; the blind made to see, the deaf to hear and the palsied form to move upright; the blemishes oi youth are obliterated; the accidents oi mature liie < prevented; the calamities ot old age obviated and an active circulation maintained. Li 1) ■ K S Who have cold hanus awl feet; weak stomachs, lam aud weak backs; nervous and nick headache; dizzi ness and swimming in the hew I, with indigestion ami constipation of the bowels; pain in the side and back; leucorrhcea, (or whites); falling 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 painful menstruation, too r*'>! menstruation, and all of 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! TEETHJ TEETH! Dr. D. still continues to Extract Teeth by Elec tricity without pain. Persons having decayed teeth or stumps they wish to have removed for reset ting he would give a polite invitation to call. Superior Electro Magnetic M y-it inks tor sale for family use, with thorough instructions. Dr. D. can accommodate a lew patients with board and treatment at his house. Ottice hours from 8 o’clock A. \1. to 12 M.; Iron* l to t5 P. M., and 7 to 9 in the evemug. Consultation free. novltt Dr. Chaussier’s Empress. A CELEBRATED . *■' r«-nt-h PREPARATION FOB TUB HAIR ! lyFree from Polson '/ otis Minerals or Injurl ous Drags. IT IM 1\«T A DtK S tF*It will not soil the Uncut, linen! It wltl n--t gum tne nairi is tree irom tnc uisagreeanic •mien ot‘ sulphur! It relieves the scalpel' pleasant irritation! Prevent* the hair tVoin falling off, even alter fevers! Causes the new hair to grow on bald heads when fallen off from diseases. It will Restore Gray hair to it* natural color, or the money will he refunded in every instance. Sold by < ROSMAN <k CO, Druggists and Deal ers In Fancy Goods, Ac., 306 Congress, 4 door* from Brown St, Portland, Me. felldow MONE Y . Worn and Torn Ourrencv and Greenbacks Bonght at the Horse R. R. Office, by jaMti n. a. TO B1JILDEBS. 'PERSONS wisliin'' lor Spruce Dimension Frames 1 lor early Spring business, a ill do well to leave their orders at once with NTKVENN A HKBUII.Im at their Lumber Wharf, Cohmfriiai. Street. near toot of Maple Street, where can **J1 found a lurirc Stock ol Hue, Spruce. " out aiid i.iiuiTimt l&tti Window Saebc,. *iazod and ungb-ed, at lowest prices. & MERRILL. I Remember—STEVENS A • teblld-’in_ _— notice. A, . indebted to the lute Dr. Charles W. ore roqneutod to make immediate pay nu at to tbcunderrigned, who is ilnly authorized to tss Fore Street, over Canal National u»iik House No. S5 Danforih Street, corner of State GKOKUL A. THOMAS. February 2,486£. ood4w Yarmouth Paper Co. THE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the nbove named Company will bo held at IholroftiW in Yarmouth. THURSDAY, Fib’v 14th, 1*«7. at 9 o’clock, A. M., for the choice of oflicers tor the en suing year, and tor any other business that may bo legally brought before them. J. C. COOLIPGE, Clerk. Feb’y 7th, 1*87. losdlw First National itank of Portland. HOl.nFK-S of the Flr-t Scries of Setsa-Thlrty notes can have the same exchanged tor gold hearing six per cent bonds at this Bank at the usual commission . . . , .. The First Series mature in August next, and the conversion of the Second and Third Series can also he ettocted on fsvorwble teetn.^ jan2f. l m _ Portland and Marinas Steamboat Company. A Special Meeting of the Stock bidders of the named Coiu ! any will i lit ir til*-. ?:» t'oniuirri iai Sit., Fort and. Feb ruary t% 1807, at 3 o’clock P. M , lor the following purposes i l*t, to sec l*‘ they will accept the “ Act” of the Le gislature changing the name of the Comj any and increase its capital stock, Ac. 2d, to see if they will increase the capital stock o» the • ompany, ami to what extent. lid. to sea what changes, ii any, they will make In the By-Laws of the Coni ntmy. 4th, to transact any other business that may le gally come belore them. _ * J WILLIAM ROSS, Clerk, i Jan. 30,186T. j*"31 ,l2w