Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, February 23, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated February 23, 1867 Page 3
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LATEST NEWS n li f - PORTLAND DAILY PltESS. Saturday Morning, February 23, 1867. LEGISLATURE OF MAINE. I SPECIAL DISPATCH TO THE PRESS.] Statu House, Augusta, Feb. 22. SENATE. The following bills passed to be engross*!: Bill, an act to protect Yarmouth harbor from obstruction; an act to amend an act to estab j, ijs]> tjn'-coiuppnsathtb ** thS.Clerk (It the Ju dicial Courts for the County of Cumberland.— House amendment A was adopted and the b;l 1 passed fo be. engrossed. Also bill, an act to es tablish the salary of the County Attorney of Cumberland County; also resolves in favor of the Northern Pacific Kailroad Company. The Senate discussed (luring the afternoon the amendments to the liquor law, and with out taking a vote tho Senate adjourned. HOUSE. A resolve providing for the distribution of the Adjutant General’s report for 1800 was read and assigned. A number of hills embracing new matter came from the Seuatc, the same having been passed to bo engrossed. The House refused to suspend the rules. Report of Committee of Conference on the Governor’s salary, came from the Senate, was accepted, and the question of concurrence was assigned to this afternoon at three o’clock. An adt in aid of European & Eorth Ameri can Railroad, was read twice and assigned. Resolve providing for publishing a revised edition of I lie revised statutes was offered by Mr. Sliepley, was laid on the table and ordered to be printed. An act to enable the eity of Portland to aid in rebuilding said eity, was read twice and as signed; also an act to amend an act to conier certain powers on the city of Portland. An act to authorize the consolidation of rail road companies in this State was twice read and assigned. An act to equalize the war expenditures of the several cities, towns and plantations in the State, came up by assignment, and on motion ol Mr. Holland to substitute the minority re port for the mqjority, Mr. Oak, of Garland, ably and at length opposed the motion.— Messrs. Woodman anil Teague followed upon the subject uutil the recess, Mr. Shepley argued that the majority report proposes to pay a reward to treason; that the reason why many of the towns find themselves carrying a proportionately large amount of the war debt, lies in the fact that those towns tail ed to furnish their earlier quotas. Those quotas went without any bounty, cot'sequent ly deficiencies of men were required to be fur nished, when they could only be furnished b>* large bounties, &c. Mr. Oak followed iu reply to Mr. Shepley and i u defence of the m;yority report. Mr. Frye made an eloquent speech in favor of the substitution, after which the questien was taken, and resulted as followsyeas 72, nays 44. The minority report is therefore substitut ed for the majority. The question of concurrence with the Sen ate on the Governor’s salary question, (three thousand dollars) came up by assignment and after being discussed by Messrs. Tobcy and Brown aga inat, and Mr. Frye and others in favor, the question was taken by yeas and nays, resulting as fo'lows:—yeas 5!), nays 02. A motion was made to reconsider, and a strenuous effort, on the part ol those in favor of $2,500, was made to take the question before adjournment. This was resisted by those In favor of $3000, by speeches and motions to ad journ; also taking the yeas and nays, and it was finally voted that the question on recon sideration be taken to-morrow at 12 o’clock. The substitution of the minority report on assumption of war expenditures of the cities, towns and plantations, for the majority report by s». large a majority was unexpected.— Messrs. Sliepley and Frye made eloquent and able speeches. XXXIX GONG EESS-SEG0ND SESSION Washington, Feb. 22. SENATE. The resolution of the Rhode Island Legisla ture, ratifying the Constitutional amendment, was presented. Several petitions and memorials were pre sented and referred. Mr. Ramsey, from the Post Oflice Commit tee, reported back the joint resolution appoint ing commissioners to select a sight for the post oflice, &c., in Boston. Passed. Mr. Howard presented the resolution of the Wisconsin Legislature, ratifying the Constitu tional amendment. Mr. Pomeroy called up the joint resolution to extend to Tennessee the benefit of the act douating public lands for the establishment of agricultural colleges. The House amendment to prohibit any per son who has held oflice under the rebel gov ernment from holding professorships iu college, was stricken out. The bill to transfer the Indian Bureau to the War Department, was taken up. Mr. Doolittle spoke at length in opposition to the transfer. At the end of his speech the Senate insisted on its amendments to the executive appropria tion bill, the diplomatic appropriation bill, and the military academy appropriation bill, and a committee of conference on each was then or dered, The consideration of the Indian Bureau bill was resumed. After lurthor debate the House amendment was con-concurred in—13 to 24. The bill goes to a committee of conference. Mr. Sumner’s joint resolution in reference to commissioners to the Paris exposition was taken up. Mr. Lane predicted the country would not get out of the Paris exhibition short of $5,000. 000, and pronounced the whole thing a stupen dous humbug. The resolution was passed—26 to 10. The Senate then adjourned. HOUSE. The House met at 11 A. M. Mr. Stevens, from the Committee on Appro Eiriations, reported back the civil appropriation illl, with amendments to the Senate amend ments, and the House proceeded to consider and act on them. Most of tlie Senate amendments were con curred in, but the striking out of tlie appropri ation for tlie daily Congressional Globe was uon-eoncurred in. Mr. Steve us reported back the Senate amend ment to tb Military Academy bill. The Senate amendment striking out the pro viso that noimoney shall be expended in viola tion of the test oath, and that no cadet shall be admitted from the rebel States, was non-eon curred in. Mr. Stevens reported back the consular and diplomatic appropriation bill. The Senate amendment making appropria tion tor the Portugal mission, was uou-concur red in. The House, in the morning hour, proceeded to the consideration of the Senate bill fertile relief of tho contractors for building iron-clad vessels. After a debate the substitute reported by the Committee on Claims, was adopted, and the hill as amended passed. At 2.30 tlie House went into Committee of the W hole on the tax bill. On motion of Mr. Blaine the tax on cotton grown in the United States was stricken out— «3 to 54. The tax bill was considered until the recess. # EVENING SESSION. The Senate bill to amend, the act for the safety of passengers on steam vessels was passed. Mr. Pike, from the select committee on the murder of Union alien in South Carolina, made a report. Ordeied ta be printed. The House took up as the special order tho bill reported from the Judiciary Committee, declaring valid and conclusive certain procla mations by the President, and acts done in pursuance thereof in the suppression of tlie re liellion. After debate an arrangement was made by unanimous consent, that the bill should come up to-morrow, as if under the operation of the previous question, when Mr. Wilcox, ot Iowa, who lias the bill in charge, said lie would yield most of the hour to which lie was entitled, to close the debate. Several petitions were presented and re ferred. The House then went into Committee of the Whole on the tax hill. No material amendment was made to any of the voluminous clauses referring to the income tax. On motion of Mr. McKee, tlie 23d section was amended so as to make the salaries of inspect ors of distilleries payable by the Government instead of by the distillers. After tlie reading of the bill was concluded, the bill was left with the committee, so as to allow an opportunity of offering amendments to-morrow. The committee rose and tho House then ad journed. New York Items. New York, Feb. 22. Tlie steamship Rising Star, from Aspinwall, has arrived. She brings $951,871 in treasure. Hon. Jatues W. Nye is among her passengers. The steamship Manhattan, from New Orleans via Havana, lias arrived. The steamship Java, from Liverpool 9th inst., ass arrived. i'lio steamship City of Washington, from Liverpool, has arrived. panic! Oevlin, the city Chamberlain, died this morning. ’ J he nun punderburg made a trial trip down the htubor to-day, to test her steering gear. Grover & 8 sewing machine establish ment, at 42 . Broadway, was badly damaged bv lire this evening. “ Miscellaneous Dispatches. Omaha, Nebraska, Feb. 22. Gen. Thayer, Senator elect, starts for Wash ington to-day with the official act of the State Legislatin'.- accepting the conditions of Con gress. New Orleans, Feb. 22. A letter from Matauzas reports the iailure of Cosmo de la Foretta, a wealthy ’planter and merchant, with liabilities amounting to seven Bullions 7r NEWS »»' THE CABLE. • * *» *a Illness of Count Bismark. , .1 . .' • i • i Restoration of the Constitution of 1848 to Hungary. Steamer Rappahannock Sold at Auction. M M 1 r * Berlin, Feb. 21. Count Bismark is again prostrated by sick ness. Doubts are entertained of his recovery. ■London, Feb. 21. It is now stated that James StejAens is not and has not been in Ireland. Ttr-S"reported that he has recently been in Baris. The mo tiona! troops are posted at various places in Kerry and Cork counties in such numbers as to effectually prevent any further outbreak* The English Government announces that’it will treat allies caught iu the act of rebellion as pirates. The Sultan of Turkey has officially informed the leading powers of Europe, that he has de cided to call together an assembly of represen tatives of all tile different religious creeds in the Ottoman Empire, for the purpose of delib erating upon and adopting measures for the more effectual execution of the provisions oi the firman of 1856. Vienna, Feb. 21. The restoration of the constitution of 1818 to Hungary by the Emperor, Francis Joseph, lias had the effect uf removing the grievances here tofore existing ill that country. The people are now quiet and contented. Liverpool, Feb. 21. The steamer Rappahannock was sold at auc tion to-day by Mr. Dudley, the American Con sul, for the sum of £5200 sterling. The repairs to the steamship Great Eastern having been completed, she was successfully launched to-day from the gridiron at Birken head. Havre, Feb. 21. A dispatch from Brest announces the arrival of the steamship Europe, from New York Feb ruary 9th. Londonderry, Feb. 21. The steamship Damascus, from Eortlano Feb. 9th, arrived at this port this morning and subsequently sailed for Liverpool. Liverpool, Feb. 22, Noon. The ship Southampton, reported ashore on tlie Irish coast, got on damaged, and has been towed Into Beifist. She has four feet of water in her hold. WASHINGTON. The Beconslrttctlon Bill. NAVAL BEPOBTM. Washington, Feb. 22. The Superintendent of Police has issued an order to the officers of the Third District, ad vising them that the municapal election in Georgetown will take place on Monday, and reminding them that it becoooes their duty to exercise unusual vigilance and activity on that day, to prevent auy breach of the peace or out break from prejudice against colored voters.— All officers who may not be periectly witling to exercise their legitimate authority, are in vited to resigu at once. The supporters of the reconstruction bill, now in the hands of the President, have ascer tained that although he will veto the bill, he will on Monday or Tuesday return it to the House of Representatives, thus affording an opportunity lor Cougress to take action on the measure. Our Consul General at Havana, reports the arrival at that port of the officers and crew of the schooner John Dorrance, on the 21st of January. In about two hours alter their res cue the schooner went down. The officers and crew were sent to Baltimore by the steamer Cuba, on the 8th of February. Dispatches have been received at the Navy Department, from Rear Admiral Bell, com manding the Asiatic squadron, dated Hong Kong, Dec. 27; also Irom Rear Admiral Gor don, commanding the South Atlantic squad ron, dated Montevideo, January 16th. The Mohican, Shamokin, Neipsic and Kansas are in port. ^ The United States steamer Penobscot was at St. Thomas the 12th inst. Fleet Surgeon S. W. Kellogg, of the North Atl antic squadron, died suddenly on the 7th of January. The United States steamer Resaca, was at Rio Janeiro, Jan. 24th, all well. The United States steamer Shenandoah ar rived at Singapore, January 1st, all well.— Three of the crew died while the vessel was at Calcutta. The President’s last reception for the season took place to-night, and was largely attended. Distinguished gentlemen from all branches of the Government, toreign Ministers and promi nent citizens were present. Celebration of Washington's Birthday. Boston, Feb. 22. Washington’s birthday was observed hero in a quiet manner. Business was generally sus pended. Flags were displayed from all the SUblio buildings, and a national unlaw i.m red at noon New York, Feb. 22. The day has been observed here by a general suspension of business. A salute of one hun dred guns was fired at twelve o’clock, and the bells rung, &c. In consequence of the snow storm the streets were not in a condition for the grand military parade, but a number of regiments turned out independently. The Mayor presented a fine stand of colors to the 9tith Regiment. The day was also appropri ately observed in Brooklyn, Jersey City, ami other suburban loaalities. Harrisburg, Pa., Feb. 22. The anniversary of Washington’s birthday was duly observed here. A national salute was fired at noon, and an additional gun for Nebraska. Baltimore, Feb. 22. To-day was obsesved as a holiday. All the bauks and courts were closed, aud there baa been a general supponsion of business. Flags were displayed from public aud private build ings, but there was no public demonstration. The weather was delightful. Chicago, 111., Feb. 22. Business was generally throughout the city suspended to-day. The banks aud public offic es and the rooms of the Board of Trade were closed. There are no financial and market reports. New Orleans, Feb. 22. The day has been generally observed as a holiday. The hanks and public offices were all closed. Augusta, Ga., Feb .22. To-day haf been partially observed as a holi day. The fire department made a parade. Washington, Feb. 22. The national colors were displayed to-day from all prominent points, and the banks and many other places of business were closed in honor ol Washington’s birthday. The execu tive Departments were closed at noon. New York Ifluuicipnl Affairs. New Yobk, Feb. 22. When the Board of Aldermen met yester day afternoon, it was discovered that some vile miscreant had secretly mutilated the portraits oi John Jay and Alexander Hamilton, by cut ting them with a knife since the last meeting of the Board. A resolution calling upon the Mayor to offer a reward of $500 for the appre hension of the guilty party was promptly offer ed by Alderman McGinniss, but ior some reason it was laid over. The Board of Councilman met yesterday, and referred to a special committee resolutions proposing to rescind the previous action of the Common Council in granting the lower end of the Park for the erection of a new post office, and a portion of the Battery for the pro posed new bargo office. The Board of Health met yesterday and re ceived the repent of the Superintendent. A memorial declaring that full and unrestricted authority should be vested in the Commission ers of Quarantine to allow them to obtain a site for quarantine purposes by power of emi nent domain, if it cannot bo secured bv pur chase, was adopted, and will be forwarded to the Legislature. Coanectieul Working Men’s Convention. New Haven, Feb. 22. The New Haven]Workingmen’s Convention adjeurued at 0 P. M., alter an excited and stormy session. Mr. C. W. Gibson, of Nor wich, presided. The question ot nominating a State ticket was thoroughly discussed, and decided negatively, ltesolutiuns to the follow ing effect were passed: 1st. In favor of eight hours as a legal day’s work. 2d. That there is no conflict with capital, hut recommending theI same energy and perseverence iu the use Of honorable means to accomplish tire objects oi the working men as was shown by so many of our members during the war which saved the nation. 3d. That it is the duty of all in terested in the cause, to do all in their power to elect Senators and Keprcsentativcs who will support the cause. 4th. Against nominating a State ticket, but advising all to vote for candi dates who favored the cause; that all attempts of employers, by threats or coercion to control the votes of employees, are outrages on the franchise, and demand at tho hands of the Legislature a law punishing such offences by imprisonment iu the penitentiary. Memorial of IlieSl. Lou is Hoard of Trade. . St. Louis, Feb. 22. A committee of the Board of Trade lias prc partMl a memorial to Congress on the subject ot relief to the Bouth. After setting forth the a?r,<!ltu'rrVJ.t..thu Southcm planters, and the PeoPlem general in consequence of the failure of the cotton and corn crops, and the importance to the nation of a good cotton crop, the committee urges Cougresi to make an appropriation of from $50,000,000 to $100,000,000 or limited as to amount, only by the necessities and want) of the suffering districts for the pur pose of supplying with provisions all who are engaged in producing cotton and are unable to procure provisions in any other way, the cost of the supplies to be a loan upon the crops, and to be paid for out of the first proceeds of sales of cotton. Canadian Affair*. Toronto., C. W., Feb. 22. The (.lobe's special dispatch from England announces that the name of the Confederate Provinces is to be Canada. Upper Canada is to be styled the Province of Ontario, Lower Canada is to be called Quebec, and the other Provinces are to retain their present names Larger grants from the Federal Treasury are to be given to New Brunswick. The Crown is to have the power to enlarge the number of Legislative Councillors. The control of the fisheries is to be transferred from the local to the general Government. Americans Begging for Bread in Brazil. New York, Feb. 22. Advices from Rio Janeiro state that large numbers of the Americans who lately emigrat ed there aro forced to beg their living, as they can get uy employment, „. JjLTttKWliT Cincinnati Partially Sul). a a *j ne*|)eA. Steamers Running over the Prairies. , ,, A -. ■ ».» _ *-< Cincinnati, Feb. 21. The river is still Using, and the bouses along the levee are Hooded by the water to the depth pf eight 91 ten feat. The.trasks u/ several rail roads are under water near the eity. The cel lars in the lower part of the city are all Hood ed. Reports from above show that the river is still rising, and the prospects are gloomy Cincinnati, Feb. 22. The river commenced falling here this after noon, having reached the height)) of 54 feet. Considerable damage was done to property in this neighborhood by the high water. Some inconvenience has been occasioned to the rail toads, and tlm tracks are submerged St several places. The Ohio and Mississippi Railroad is intact to St. Louis, and trains ate' running through without delay. . Vineenneb, Ind., Feb. 22. The Wabash river is now at a stand. The water is higher than was iver known before. It iB reported that steamers are running over the prairies at all points "Oh the Illiuph side, picking up dorp atid other freight. Tfte water is ten mih)g:wade, and the tups of the; houses are barely visible.! All the fences are gone. The amount of-damage will be very large. HI,oile Kslysud National Union State Con 1 volition. _,, -. Providence, R. t, Feb. 22. Tbo National Union State Convention to-day unanimously re-nominated Gen. Burnside fur Governor, and William Greene for Lieutenant Governor. Col. Willard Sayles was nominated for Attorney General, John B. Bartlett, for Secretary of State, George W. Tew, )or Gene ral Treasurer. The last two are the present incumbents. President Johnson has commuted to impris onment for life, the sentence of Robert C. Rowe, who was to have been hanged next Friday for murder on the high seas. Conviction of n murderer. Indianapolis, Ind., Feb. 22. Tlic trial of Howard Stretcher for the mur der of Stewart, at President Johnson’s recep tion, in September last, was concluded last night. The jury returned a verdict to-day of murder in the second degree, and sentenced him to imprisonment in the penitentiary for two years. Nominations for Congrm, Providence, R. I., Feb. 22. At a National Union Congressional Conven tion held hero this afternoon, Tlio<. A. Jeucks was re-nominated for Congress in the Hrat dis trict, and Nathan F. Dixon in the second. THE HUKKE1«. Cincinnati markets. Cincinnati, Feb. 22. Flour unchanged and demand light; sales of trade brands at 11 So ® 13 50; fancy brands at 14 00 ® lti 00. Wheat tirm and demand moderate; sales No. 1 Spring at 2 40 @ 2 45, and No. 1 Winter at 2 00. Corn tinn er with a better demand; sales No. 1 shelled at 60c in elevator, and 70c in sacks. Oats in lair demand; sales at 50c for No. 1. Rvo steady; sales at 121® 125. Burley nominally unchanged. Whiskey steady at26e in bond. Provisions quiet with no change in prices; mess peak at 20 00 for city. Bulk meats in moderate demand; sales lO.oOo lbs at 7jc lor shoul ders, »jc for sides, and 10) for clear sides. Bacon in moderate demand; sides ol shoulders at aic, sides at loj, and clear stiles at 12jc. Sugar cured Hams at 15 ® lCc. Lard firm at 12c for prime city. Groceries an-hanged and steady. BuUer—eales central Ohio at 28® 30c. Cheese at 16® 16jc. Exchange sternly. New Orleans markets. New Orleans, Feb. 22. Colton—market lower; sales 3,000 bales; Middling at 30J ®31c; receipts of tlio week 2766 bales, against 10,433 hales; stock in port 246,035 bales-. Sugars—lair at 13c. Molasses—tair at 75c. Freights unchanged. Havana market. Havana, Feb. 17. [By telegraph to Merchants* Exchange]. Sugar market animated, closing firm; No 12 at 8$reals, l^ow descriptions are much sought for. Molasses— sales for New Orleans at 5 reals, clayed. Lumber— no further arrivals; fair demand, prices uucliangod. Box Shooks—two arrivals, market amply supplied; orders at 8$ @ 8$ reals. Nothing new in cooperage. Exchange dull; on London 14$; on United States 24 @ 25 tor sixty days. Monetary affairs improving.— Freights—demand for Europe fair with a slight ad vance. There is a good demand for Unitea States and rates are firm. New York, chartered, barque Rose M. 550 hbds Sugar via Matanzas at $0 50 nlul and «i 50 box. For Portland, barque 1- anuv, GOO hhds via Matanzas at $C 12$ hhd. Commercial—l»cr Cable. ^ _ , London, Feb.21, Evening. Consols for money closed at 91. American Securities.—The following are the closing prices of American securities: Erie Railway shares 37$. Illinois Central shares 78 ex-div. United States 5-20’s 74. Liverpool, Feb. 21, Evening. The Cotton market still sbow6 a declining tendency and closed dull; Middling uplands quoted at 13$d. Middling Orleans at 14$; the wiles to-day were 10,000 bales. Breadstuff's—Mixed Western Corn 38s 9d.— Provisions—Amcrcan Lard advancing, quotations at the close being 51s. Produce—Ashes, pots, 35s. Pe troleuiu unchanged; refined Pennsylvania and Can ada Wliite Is Gd per gallon. . . , Frankfort, Feb. 21, Evening. United States 5-20 bonds closed this evening at ------ri'D.-rr, ETcnmp. United States 5-20 bonds are quoted at82g. Liverpool, Feb. 22, Noon. The Cotton market Is dull, and pi n es declined $d; estimated day’s sales 8,000 bales; sales of the week 57,000 bales. Middling uplands at 13]d. London, Feb. 22, Noon. Consols for money 90$. American Securities.—'The following are the current quotations for American Securities: Illinois Central Railroad Shares 77$. ex-div. Erie Railroad shares 37$. United States 5-20*8 73]. Afau de Magnolia.—The prettiest tiling, the “sweetest thing,” and the most of it tor the least money. It overcomes the odor of perspiration; soft ens and adds delicacy to the skiu; is a delightful per fume; allays headache and inhumation, and is a nec essary companion in the sick room, in the nursery and npon the toilet sideboard. It can be obtained everywhere at one dollar per bottle. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. S. T.—1860.—X.—The amount of Plantation Bit ters sold in one year is something startling. They would lili Broadway six feet high from the Park to 4th street. Drake’s manufactory is one of the insti tutions in New York. It is said that Drake paJnlcd all the rocks in the Kastern States with his cabalistic “S. X.—1860—X.,” and then got the old granny legis lators to pass a law “preventing disfiguring the hue of nature,” which gave him a moiiopol>. We do not know how this is, but we do know that Plantation Bitters sell as no oilier article ever did. They are used by all classes of the community, !uid are death on Dyspepsia—certain. They are very invigorating when languid and week, and a great appetizer.” barato a pring Water, sold by aliDruggiHs. ‘•In lifting the kettle from the tir^L scalded niysel very severely—one hand almost to a crisp. The tor ture was unbearable. * • * The Mexican Mus tang Liniment relieved the pain almost immediately. It healed rapidly and left very little scar. CiiAs. Foster, 420 Broad street, Philadelphia." This is merely a sample of w hat the Mustang Lini ment will do. It is invaluabc in all cases of wounds, swellings, sprains, cuts, bruises, spavins, etc., either upon m;ui or beast. Beware of counterfeits. Mono is genuine unless wrapped in the steel-plate engravings, bearing the signature 01 G. W. Westbrook, chemist, and the pri vate stamp of Demis Barnes *£ Co, Mew York. Saratoga Spring "W ater, sold by all Druggists All who value a valuable head of hair, and its pres ervation from premature baldness and turning grov will not tail to use Lyon's celebrated Katliarion. ii makes the hair rich, soli suid glossy, eraiiicatcs dami lull, and causes the hair to grow with luxuriant beauty. It is sold every where. E. Thomas Lyon, Chemist, N. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. What Did It? A young lady returning to her country home after a sojourn of a few months in New York, was hardly recognized by her fi iends. In place of a rustic hushed lace, she had a soft ruby complex ion of almost marble smoothness, and instead of 23, she really appeared but 17. She told tbein plainly she used Aagan’s Magnolia Balm, and would not be without it. Any lady can improve her appearance very much by using this article. It can be ordered of any druggist lor 5t> cents Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. Heinistreet’s inimitable Hair Coloring has been steadily growing in ihvor lor over twenty years. It acts upon the absorbents at the roots of the hair, and changes to its original color by degrees. All instan taneous dyes deaden and injure the hair. Heim strocts ts nut a dye but is certliu in its results, pro motes its growth, aiul is a beautiful Hair Dressing Price 5J cents and #1.00. Soid by all dealers. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. Lyon’s Extract of Pure Jamaica Ginger— for Indigestion, Nausea, Heartburn, Sick Headache, Cholera Morbus, &c., where a warming, genial stim ulant is required. Its careful preparation and entire purity makes it a cheap and reliable article for culi nary purposes. Sold everywhere at 50 cents per bot tle. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. ' *_ n June 14, *G6—eotf&wly Jackson’s Catarrh SnufTI EIiEGAKT troche and 8NVFP Combined lor Coughs, Catarrh, Hr on chi tis, Colds, Hoarseness, As!lima. Bad Breath, Headache,£c. Instantly relievos annoying Cough* in Church Cures Catarrh* positively without snee/imi Valuable to Singer*, Clergy, Ac., rl. nr* an’j Mrcngthcns the vaice; acts quickly; tastes pleas antly; never nannealcH. 1'reventN taking cold from Skating, Icoiumn &c. Sold by Druggists or sent by mail . hr Em/lose 35 eta to Hooper, Wilson A Co., <sepl9eodljunel8’<J7) PHILADELPHIA. } lE, W, W HIPPjLE, Portland, Wholesale Agt, UfiAfeCfTATS e J J Valuably Farm in*Hamilton; FOB SALE. -UtK*;f .The subscriber, intending Hexre-* turn to California in the ig#lng, of ten* his Farm for sale. S^idtFarm *«.• situated in Hnmil ._Tton, Mata,, on the .line nH the East ern Kail am J, between Salem and Ipswich, about one fourtli of a mile from Wen ham end Hamilton depot, and contain-about GO acre*, viz: 5 acres of Woodland, 3 acres of Peat Meadow, and the balance all under ^qod cultivation, and very conveniently arranged.— flie buildings are all good and in gaou repair, W’ith good cellars under tlie house and barn, well cement ed. There is also-a, well of f?«6d water at* the house and barn, wiih a large cistern for rain water at flip house. Also Stock, Farming Tools, Hay, Grain, P6 , tAtocs, and Household Furniture'; 1 * '4,“ Thi-is one of the finest located Farms in Essex County, is near the railroad station, and convenient to churches, rchoohi. &u.< rad is jf»t tai‘yhnughft*biu the city to make ii a desirable suinuior resilience lor a gentleman doing busine ss in Boston or Baleiu; and ii notdi pused oi«t private sale, will be so;d ut Pub? JJfi .knctiou.s«iiiu.jffiin*q»Maitb. * ** M ™ _ JOHN NORTH. For ernis and further particulars apply on the premia s, oi to J. N. NORTH, No. 8, Portland St., ftoiffiamW me- *- feb21 U2w House siikI Lot for Sale at Ferry Village, Cape Kli/abeik. Office. Terms : One half down; the balance in one and. two years. Possession given immediately a *x F- * *XBOT Ferry Village, O. E., Jan. 8, 1687. 111,19 dlw* FOR SALE! ONE House and Lot pu Washington .Street lor K»'e k em* urW. Horfcb new arml %tfntalnlng Sevcn'Kooms. Plice $1,100. AINU: One new House and several Lots near tlie Helling Mills will lie sold verycheaii, the lots at uricae rang-*, lug from $50 to $100. . ALSO: Several Lots on Washington Street. Prices 4300 to $6000. Inquire oi JOSEPH HEED, Agent, Dak ft..near Congrats St. Valuable Hotel Property for Sale. t I>HE Oxford House, pleasant ly situated in the vil X lageot Fryeburg, Oxford county, Maine, is ot tered tor sale at a bargain, ii applied lor soon. The House is large, ingood repair, with furniture uud fixtures throughout, together with all necessary outbuildings. For full particulars inquire ol HORATIO BOOTHBY, _ _ Proprietor. Or Hanson & Dow, 54$ Union at. Fryeburg, Bepi. i»i#, lbGG. dtf House for Sale. A good House two stories, Stable attached, hard and soil water, good lot centrally located—con venient liir two lamilies, if desirable. Inquire at 13 Hanover or 1M-J Puri Ml., r , J- A. FENDERSON. Jan. 21, 1887. dtf FOR SALE. Grove Hill Farm J TH E above Furin is situated on an eminence over looking tho beautiful and thriving viUuge ol liridgion center and within one hull a mile ol tho business portion. It is pronounced by all who have seen it to lie the best and most desirable lc cation in the Couutv. It comprises 110 acres, conveniently di vided iuio tillage, pasturage, wood land and timber land; cuts from 45 to 50 tons Hist quality ol hay. The buildings consist of a Iwo story bouse, built in 1658, at an expense ol $3,090, with barn and out buildings iu good repair. For particulars apply to C. P. KIMBALL, or H. W. GAGE, (ilrni of St rout & Gage,) Portland, BEN JAMIN WALKER, Brhlgton, or to the subscriber. RICHARD GAGE. , _Brldgtou, Dec., 1886._ dec 2T eod&wt OTMt'K. 1 will sell on iavoraldc terms as to l>a.t meul, or let for a term of years, tile lots ou the corner ot Middle and Franklin streets, and on Franklin street, including lliecoruer cl Franklin and Fore streets. Apply to \V.\I. HILLIARD, Bangor, or SMITH & UKt'.J 1, Attorneys, Portland. Jyl2tl Desirable More Lots FOB SvYEE, N COMME BCIAL STREET. tllHE subscribers ofler tor sale the lot of land ou X the Southerly side of Commercial Street, head ot Daua’s Wliari, measuring 72 by 150 feet. For fur ther particulars inquire JONAS H. PER LEY, 0^1 la tfor W. S. DANA. House for Sale. ON JVea! Nireel, upper half of the Brick front House—containing in all 12 Rooms; cemented Cellar, hard and soft water. A good Stable, and yard loom. Very convenient and desirable. Possession given sometime in March. Terms easy. Apply on the premises, or to WM. H. JBRRIS, Real Estate Agent. Peb. 6—d3w For Lease. THE valuable lot of land corner of Middle and Plumb Streets, lor a term of years, Enquire ot C. C. M ITCH ELI, & SUN, Aug. 28, lgCC-dt 1_Pore Street. Farm for Sale. 1WILL sell my farm near Allen’s Corner West brook, about three miles from Portland, one mile from horse ears, autl Westbrook Seminary. Said farm contains about 100 acres, part or it. very valuable tor tillage, and paW oi it for building lota. There is a good bouse, two large bams, and onijious cs on the premises, it will be sold together, or hi lots t".8;^,asera cx UK$ SAMIMAWnt. First Class Houses tor Sale. \\TE offer for sale the eight first class brick houses, V v recently built by us, situated on Pine Street, between Clark and Carleton Streets. These houses are thoroughly built, with slate roofr, brick drains, and marble mantelpieces throughout.— They will be sold at a low price, and on very tavora bie terms. Apply at our oitiee, No. 27i Dantorth St. J. 13. BROWN & SUNS, or WM. II. JEUKIS, Real Estate Agent, opposite the Preble House. Uetober 1G, 18GG. dtf Additvoivai, pay for hfrvajvth can now be obtained lor all Officers in service between May 1,1864, anil March 3, 1865, on applica tion in person nr bv letter to the Claim Agency of K, HARHAJV, at the old stand in Jose Block. No. 88 Exchange Street, Portland, Me. IclilSdx w l w Daily Press Job Office, 179 Commercial Street. EVERY DESCRIPTION OP BOOK, CARD, & JOB PRINTING, Executed with Neatness and Despatch. Having completely refnmished our office since the Great Five, with all kinds of New Material, Presses, <£c., wc are prepared on the short est possible notice to accommodate our friends and the public with Posters, Programmes, BILL-HEADS, CIRCULARS, Cards, Tags, Blanks, Labels, And every description of Mercantile Printing. We have superior facilities for the execution of BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, Catalogues, &c., Which lor neatness and disiratch cannot be surpassed Orders from the country solicited, to which prompt attention will be paid. Daily Press Job Ollice 179 Commercial St., Portland, N. A. FOSTPIR, Proprietor E. €. BERT’S New York Goods! Constantly ou hand and for sale Lv T. CURTIS & CO., « 02 Milk St., Boston, The only authorized Agents for the sale ot these Hoods in New England. T. C. & CO, Also manufacture the finest quali ties ot Cculs’ Sewed and Pegged Calf Boots and Shoes! OK EVERY VARIETY. Feb7—T,T& Slw* Any Person Building,

OR about to build, wishing to let part of a housu at a fair lent, apply to Ibbl3d3w* “H,” Box 1941. Notice. MR. ANDREW «T CHASE retires troin our firm from this date. YEATON & HALE. . Portland, peb. 18, 1SG7. <3w P. A. 1* K P S C O T T, (Late of the Internal Revenue Bureau, Washington.) OounscUor-at-Law and Internal Revenue Solicitor, \ AT °. 17, State St., Boston. \l IL PRESCOTT’S Iour experience in the Inter im nal Eevenne Buroan, in the “Division of brands, having charge of all cases of violation of the Revenue Laws, his amiliarity with Departmen tal practice, and his acquaintance with the Revenue Ollicers throughout the couniry, will enable him to be poeukarly mecesslul in making a speciality of all matters pertaining to the Revenue Laws. He will attend to claims;tor Drawback, Abatement, Rcfund in^, ami un tlio recovery of penalties paid by way ot compromise. He will advist parties as to the man ner ot making returns in aecorcfaiice with law, or as w obtaining decisions from the Department at \\ asiungton, mid will defend in cases ol' alleged vio lation ol the law in regard to taxes, penalties or crim inal offences - Mr. Tp scolt will practice l»ofore the various De partments at Washiuaton. the Supreme Court of the , II. S., ami the Court ol Claims. For the speedy transaction of business, Counsel ot high standing, residing in New York, st. Iajuis, Cin cinnati mid Washington, are associated with him. ianL'K W&S 3m NOTICE^ fpHOSE suffering from that terrible malady Chills ‘ « antl Eever, who have hitherto been unable to find a remedy, will do well to write to me, as I have a*alu and certain cure, which I will lurnisli to the afflicted lor five dollars. Address CYRUS LOWELL, Stevens’ Plains, Westbrook, Me. • January DG, 1W7. • eodGw* I ONPECTr^ ♦ *T«H f> »P TkE ss ' , For isor. With tlio opening of the new year we presenter to the readers, of tlie / DAILY PRESS, • a ■ A Paper Enlarged to the size of the InrgeM New England Dailies. ' Tfy* Enlargement of jopr daily edition in equi valcnt to the addition of-between three and fowr columns to itft#ize. -This addfttEibV! sj^At-e 'kill be dEfofed to de tylls ot‘tfqpov|piti>eypni#, whi^h w#; have heretofore heun obliged Ui>give in brief, and to SetetttionB from current literafrirty gvAvd dr fcay. Mich as we bate lately been obliged to omit altogether. _/ «Wbat the character of the paper thus enlarged will be, its past history will show. Tlie Press was ea tat»lLshc(j priUiOiily ty represent the Republican pair ,ty oysinf. Jt $4 the controldui party or the State to remain voiceless in thin city. The Press will continue to defend tbs principles of the Liberal party of America. The war nas closed one gric&C' cycle (n our national history—the cycle during which aristocracy at the South and democra cy at tbe-Nortbgrew up side Ity sMe, a period of jealousy and contiict, resulting in an appeal to arms and the victorious supremacy oft lie democratic prin ciple. We have entered ou a state of transition, wldch seems likely to prove longer than most of us antici pated. The Press will insist upon a settlement which will secure the fruits of our victory. Nothing is settled fill if is settled right. We must have de-% wocracy at the South as well as at the North—equal rights for all secured by equal laws, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, impartial suffrage. 01 the profound convictions of the Republican party ot .Efcl&Ai thjfc*ijfcs 8lll<4&)m4Mtt faiHifuAxpouent. The present year will probably witness the exten sion of the telegraph round the world. Tha 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 wU be registered from day to day by the tel 1 egraph. The expense of special dispatches from all parts of the world will prove too great for single newspAi>ers, 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, ,e*plw*afh>fl».aiyl illustrations, by mail. The Atlantic telegraph has already ‘destroyed the system by which out foreign news hafc for yEars been furnished by steamer, and already the Tribune fink its special correspondents established iii almost every capital in Europe. We cannot rival the feats o New York Jdumatfsni buf v^e iuu»t be govern*^! by the same consideration*. . i, .-•** . i, o Wfe have engaged ' . 5 Rrgalnr €'«>rrcnpondciit* in WaHliingtOB,1 New York, Boston and Augusta, and occasional correspondents at various points Hhroughout the'*Siato. During- tbeVession of the Legislature, we shall publish Special Dispatches from Augusta ev^ry morning, l’urntoljhig"a synop sis, of the previous dayh» proceedings.. To ftto pebp^b’ 'of MJtfno, and psp^cially to people who have huaiiiess, gelations with Portland, we hoi»e to make tbs. Prbm more valuuble than' any paper published outside of the State can possibly be. We shall publish the san\e telegraphic summary as other New England uewsj^perV We shall not publish special dispatches from Washington, but we tliall have regular correspondence from that point, and a Dally Summitry of Maine News which readers here would be sorry to miss. We slial have Full and Accurate Market Report*, forwarded by telegraph from al' parts of the United States, from Canada, aud irom England. A weekly Review ot the Portland Markets, and an accurate Report of Maine Shipping, in foreign and domestic ports, will be published as heretofore. There will be NO INCREASE IN ME EIiICE Of the Daily Press. For EIGHT DOLLARS A TEAK ! We expect to furnish a paper, The Largest In the State, auil as large as in other States Is offered fbr ten or twelve dollars a year. THE MAINE STATE PRESS Is not like many weeklies, a mere waste basket for the leavings ©t the daily edition. It is designed to bo •W llLlUC up US U it xx.«w pendent publication. It contains from week to week, tbc most important 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 be conducted by tho Rev. WILLIAM A. DREW, of Auguiin, 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 qualifications for this work need no heralding. The Shipjnng Xenix of the Week Will be published without abridgment in the State Press, as will also the Review of the Portland Markets, And the Brighton Market Bejioris. To country traders the weekly report of Portland prices currrent alone will be woll worth the subscrip tion price. In addition to a careful Digest of General and Stale Xeivs, We shall also furnish weekly a page ot Miscellaneous Beading for the Family. The weekly ed.tion is made up in eight large pages, of six columns cadi, and is the Largest Weekly Paper in New England. It is ofteicd 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, and the same discount is offered to larger clubs. --^ NOTICES OF THE PRESS. [Fron the Christian Mirror.] The Press las beon enlarged since New Year’s. Wc arc glad to sie such evidence of proBi>erity. Wish such paj>ers as Portland now furnishes wo sec no need of iiuportug Dailies from Boston and New York. [From tie Portland Price Current.) The Press.—The crowded state of our columns last week preventd us from noticing the enlagem6ut and re-arrangem*nt of the columns of the Dailv Press, which in in present enlarged form, and with its excellent editorial management, is certainly tho leading journal of Maine, and equal to any in‘New England; especialv when taken into consideration the amount of hteresting reading matter that is daily furnished fix the money. [From the Gardiner Home Journal.] Enlarged, fie Portland Proas was enlarged on the 1st inst., to abut the size ot iho Boston Dailies This is an evidene of not only the prosperity of the Press, hot of Porland as well, for of course the en largement is caued by the Increase of advertising favors. The Pres is worthy of the patronage it re ceive#, isis credit® Portland and to the State, and we hope Increasin' years may increase its prosper ity. (From tie Eastern Argus, Jan. 2] —The Press apgared yesterday morning enlarged by the addition u!2J inches to the length of its col umns. Its makeup has also been changed again, and on the whole t presented a decidedly improved appearance. Our o temporary’s “new clothes” are somewhat larger ban ours, but the “ biggest are not always the best.” [From the Prtland Evening Star, Jan. 1.] The Daily Pm* appears this morning in an en large 1 lorm, uiakiug it now tally equal in size to any daily newspaper ii New England. The editor, in his New itar s Sail tatory, shows that the success of the paper for the pint year ha* been most gratifying, and we arc glad ot its prosperity. The return to the original style oi airanging the contents oi the paper, is one oi toe most agreeable features of the change. Ifrom the Bangor Whig.) — The Portland Press was enlarged on the 1st of January o ab<>ut the size of the Boston Daily Post and Advertiser—which are our largest New England dailies-aid it now makes a very handsome appear ance. IBs endence of prosperity on the part of so good and reliable> ajpaper as the Press is gratifying. It shows,too, that Portland has lost nothing ol vigor, enterpriser resource, by the great fire, but that its course is Hill onward—that its business is in fhet in creasing, notwithstanding the apparent calamity ot last year-and UiU its promise or commercial great ness isceitam to be fulfilled. The Press is among the best a the New England papers, and its present appearance is a credit to the State. [Fr#m the Bath Times.) Tie Portland Press comes out greatly enlarg ed, and we suspect 1 now gives another settler to the question wmch is * the principal paper m Portland.” It is bound to distance its competitors. [From theLewiston Journal, Jan. 1.) The Portland Bess has increased its size equiva lent to an additiQ of three or four columns. This enlargement, lollcving so closely tipon its resurrec tion fro*®4 the ashe of the great fire, shows that the principles it advootes and its efforts to cater to the literary tastes of to readers are appreciated by the public. The a iditonal space now obtained will lie devoted to details 4‘ important events, and selections from current litenture. [From tbs Worcester (Mass.,) Spy.) i^?]?Sr‘i^uonK the papers that commence the enMged sheets and manifest signs of Srosperity, are tbrPortland Press and the Hartford former is the largest and best i131!/ °’ ^ae, anil the latter we have long regarded is ona of the ablest of our Connecticut exchanges. [Prom th Portland Advertiser, Jan. 2.) _l'***% appeared yesterday morning in an l8c,no'v ‘uUy equal in size to any , daily paper inNew England. In the arrangement °uIie^rlng.?1^;er lJ has returned to the original style, whlcn we this quite an improvement in its appear ance. Since the J¥*a has boen under the editorial man agement ot At. Richardson, its editorials have been high toned a<l reliable, wielding a powerful iullu W9 <mi It patron* on all political matter*, He iiurtakePa ftrir£attft'd**™dfou''£fog topic? in t > dignified manner, yet leaning m all Vila* issues wltl liis party. While we cannot slwars agree with all o his political,notion*, we hewtilf hear Withers to th< ahUHy, character and culture he ULs displayed in iti maiiag^mtnt, and wishliitn and tneproprietors evei more prosperity in the next year than it has had ii the past. It* news ie judiciously and carefully selected, am a general cukure uiul literary taste characterizes jfc contents. As a good family newspaper it has no & perior; and while Jfr. Lincoln occupies the city e# itor’s chair there will be no lack of local new*, as 1 ** gOnerailv Hfcknowledgt d ih tlifct department he hat . ho equalih Mie State. tneeulargeipent argues a prosperous fineness, ai cast for ur eotemporary, and we hope it witt novel^n-J*ocessarV **> curtail the dimensions of thiij tnterprWng and respectable sheet. rT - ^ rom 1,10 Times.] erihly enlanced'lmS1 Press comes t© fts cMistyf “ make-ui. ” ft lutl*rii to its old styl3of greit .^^durgen.ent-so soon alter the Saints, -l.cfikB lUyorably ff'i, t,le lfiadi^« “•»*{" city SUM * .„0|“. 1,r"M'« ra> 01 fhe ability, bus aldo cutrlbuiora^lij i*l5Uc|i 'a1,1 paper of tbe dominant part y, is a p.w« in tbpkiSutl"“ [From tho Portland Transcript.] * • txzsi&fosiuGk the prosperity ot this excellent journal. The i*. 1 1ms swung around the circle to another arrangement of its editorial and news matter; alter all, the old second and third page arrangement, presentin'' edi torials and news together was the best. i PROPOSALS For Dredging n New Channel through Shepard’* Foint Shoal nu«l IVnllowrll Shoal in the Kennebec River, at llnl lowell, Maine. Proposals will be received at this OFFICE, until 10 oViocg A. M., on Tuefulay, theUdtb Dn) of March* riVijt, lof dredging a new channel though “Shepard's Point” and “Hal 1 .well” Shoals, in Kennebec River, with a view to obtaining a clear channelgeven J'eejt deep at Vow Wrt tef, “and sixty feet* wide on the bottom, with sides having a sloj.© of two teet to one foot rise. The channel will first bo excavated through Shepard’s Point Shoal, for a distance of about 450 yards, requiring 16,000 cubic yards of excavation, more or less; and afterwards, through Hallowed Shoal, lor a distance of 575 yards, requiring 19,000 cubic yards of excavation, more or less. J his amount of excavation may be increased or diminished, as tlie Engineer in charge, may direct, after iurilier ex amination of tlie river. . The material taken Isom the Shoals is to be depos ited in the river, iusuch manner a may be required by thd Engineer iu charge, hbd in such localities its. may be designated by him, not exceeding t.'ui yards in distance 40m Slmp^rd)* p¥ipf, above and below it. In making proposals, bidders must state the price por •cubic yard of excavation, with the understand ing that the work executed is to be ascertained by measurement of the channel after dredging; and, of such excavation only as lias been acuallv made to obtain the required dimensions: with the under standing, also, that the price stated is to include the . depositing of the material taken out, m siich locali ties as.may be designat4>d, within tho limits above named. The work must be commenced as soon as suc h op erations are practicable, and bo completed 011 or be foje the 20th 01 November next. Each proposal must be accompanied by a written guarantee signed by two responsible persons, ip the required form, that the bidder will, when called on, it .proposal bo ac cep toil, enter into a contract aud bond, wiUt-gooU, qud kutUicinut s«A'urtta (tlio sun tics of residence to be named ip the pro posal) for tho true and taithtul performance oi his contract. The contract will be awarded to the low est responsible bidder, and bo subject to the approv al ot the Secretary of War. The undersignedt however; reserves tftfc right to exclude the bid- oi any persons* who, there*lif reason to believe, will not faithfully and promptly per*orm the contract; also, any informal bids, as wo 1 as those that are above a responsible price for the work; and no member of Congress, officer dr1 agent of the’ Government, nor any person employed in the public service, shall be admitted to any share in the con tract, at any bone lie Which irfay arise therefrom. Payments will he made in two installments; the first on the completion of the channel through Shep ard's Point Sjioal, and the second on the completion oPthe wltoliAvork—20 per cchl. to be reserved from tho first payment, until the whole woik is finished, and to be lorfeited in the event oi the non-fulfilment of the contract in the time and manner ng therein required.. . Persons desiring to make proposals, will please call on theandex&lgned at his office, in Morton Bl.x k on Congress street, lor forms of same, and tor more def inite information, if desired; and, on transmitting them, will endorse thereon “ Proposals for improve ment ot Kennebec river.” GEO. THOM, Ll. Col. Corps of EngTs, Bvt. Col. U. S. A. IJ. S. Engine r Oitice, I * . Portland, Me., Feb. 22,1867. | le 1)22 oodtd PHOTOGRAPHS ! /'. S. WOR3IRLL formerly No. 90 Middle street, takes pleasure in an nouncing Hurt he will on TUESDAY, JAN. 1, 1867, open his NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERT At No. 316 Congress Street, ! Opposite ]?■<-< hnnir*’ Hall,] where he will be pleased to wait on his friends and tlio public Grateful for past patronage, ho hopes by strict at tention to business to mgerit a rt newjtf pf'the same. Persons wishing tor FIRST CLASS PICTURES of all ctyles and sizes arc forked to call. Picture* colored In Oil, Water Colon and •*-*» beat Ariuit in the State* Special attention paid to Copying of all descriptions. HP"All work warranted to give satisiaction. N. B—Work done for Photographers in Ink or Colors at reasonable rat i£«. janleod3m SeliooiH-r for Sale. The line white oak and copper-fastened fast sailing Schooner IDA MORTON. 49 12-100 tons new measurement, well lii'Uiid and adapted for the Coasting or --———'Fishing business, is now offered for sale by tlie hastern Packet Co. For particulars enqu ire o M. N. RICH, .i;ui28dil No. 3 lx*ug Wharf. Proposals Will be received until tlie first of March next, > T at Mr. F. H. Fassett’s Ofiice, forelastering ♦lie Srhoo. House already erected at Woodford’s Corner. Also for finishing the santo inside ready (hr furni ture, grading the lot and buildmg the fence. Flans and specifications may lie seen at -Mr. F. H. Fassett’s office, new City Building. Portland. -I. I. CJIKNERF. CDKMKNT PH1NNEY, J. N. REED, . ... .. , „ . Committee on Bnilding, Westbrook, Feb 19, 1897. feModlw NOTICE. A LI, ports ms indebted to tlie into Dr. Charles W. Thomas, are requested to mole immediate pay ment to the undersigned, who is duly authorized to collect the same. Office No. 188 Fore Street, over Canal National Bank. House No. 55 Banforth Stroet. corner of State Street. GEORGE A. THOMAS. February 2,1667. eoil-lw Nottce to Land Holders. MIS O’DUROCIfER, Builder, is prepared to take contracts for building, either by JOB or by DAY WORK. Can furnish First Cfass workmen and material of all description. Residence AMERICAN HOUSE. India Street, Portland. August 17 th, 18C6 attg20dtf FI«S! FUSS tt Olieap, Cheap ! A i) ll>. I >imiiii For $l.0» ! EVERYBODY BUYS THEM ! Children Cry for Them I Don’t let them when yon ran buy a 01 h. Drum for $1.00 AL.JLEUPS FRUIT STORE, Wo 11 Exchange St. Fel>22—iltw W. C. MONTGOMERY, BOOTS AWD SHOES, No, *t Casco Street. Webegleive to call the attention of citizens of Portland to our LARGE and WELL SELECTED STOCK - CF - Boots mid (Shoes. EEr" All our Goods R arrnnlcd anil perfect sat isfaction guaranteed. fe21dtf NOTICE. ~ A Good Chance for Spring Trade. MRS. C. W. JORDAN, corner of Dow and Brack ett Streets, wishing to retire from business, otters her cm he Stock for sale, consisting of a great vai lety of Fancy Goods and Worsteds. Also—A Stamping Machine and Patterns. Porilaud, u eb. liJ. I8ti7. loblfi deod2w Sierra Morena Molasses. 420 II HUN.) 45 TCN. CHOICE NEW CROP ■40 IIRCN..) Just tainted from brig “Hyperion," tor sale by THOS. AS EX CTO Jt CO., fel4d3wis CUSTOM HOUSE WHARF. Notice. PERSONS clearing the ruins or digging cellars will bird agood place to deposit their rubbish on Franklin Wharf. septto dtt_S.^ROUNDS, Wharfinger. A C A R IK DBS. PEIRCE & FERNALD, DENTISTS, NO. 175 mnUI.E STREET. O. N. Peibce. 8. c peb>A,.r>. February 31, dtf ENTERTAINMENTS. PortlaruLl'heatme. BmriiWbwt" * Mi*J)olli(‘ bid well. Raw Nigrht bitt o5ie of the Season. YANK^ LOCKE ha. kiRHi- «»il Will . ;u i„ Ida great #II.Lhi kv, j . !'• B «|Hkp to the rrt»t)*Tuc Burlettaof nv»ej**: 1.1. a > MA**J5U DAV JO-VK HlMOO\, Grand Matinee ajt t 1-2 O’clock Ch*Wn Matentfc., J_ I'eb22 f SSTWlb NOTICE. public aup rcfUKrUidlif spliciicd U> attend a ^ |fer#r, tAb^givcirwrlflirPmtHit otrai Mount tort Street Methodist Chinch, AT MECHANICS’ IIALI, On Iflonilny livening, February 43, IM17, Commencing at eight o’clock. toT1*\Mana^,» Pledge themselves tQ sparo no pains stHuunT6 ^rL*4 one ot the niost agreeable parties of the i.. Pne the best Bands In the city Is engaged t£-T.“ n“u,U) f't the <«. «UMon. o’c ock. UC Star °* llw Evening will be crowued at one *|.M, L,ndi« Tree. SeptMStit,S„sonA^[^,«“)!'Bt*-AJtlro.| A. Jordan, Panic. ’ rry Banitl®, Mr. Clark, John February 21. did* THEY’RE €omf]|ft j The Favorites of the East! AT DEERING 1L\LL, -05 Monday, Tuesday <€• Wednesday, Fob. 43th, 4<>th win! 47th. The In linkable and World-Famous BEN COTTON, And bis celebrated CALIFORNIAMINSTRELS. Master Bennie, The Empire Boys, Jake Budd, Charley Atkinson, -AND ALL THE fl EE A T STARS! Will Positively Appear. H. E. PAJCMELEE, Advance Agent. W. H. H. BLACKMAN, Business Agent. lc21<16t CITY NOTICES. CITY OF PORTI, Y NI». X\T HERE AS J. A. Fcnderson and others have ▼ f petitioned the City Council to lav out a nov> Street or ; phlic Way in bald City,—beginning at the present northerly terminus ot Cedar Street and mu lling to low water mark in Hack Cove; and whereas sai l petition was relbrred by tiie City Council, July _, 18W1, to the undersigned, lor them to consider au<i act upon, therefore Notice is hereby given to all parties interest.U, that the Joint Standing Committee of i he City Coun cil on laying out new streets, will meet to hear the parties and view the proposed wav on the twenty liftli day of February, 1s«7, at three o’clock in the afternoon, at the northerly eud ot Cedar Street, and will theu and there proceed to detonuino and adjudge whether the pub le convenience requires said street or way to be laid out. Given under our hands on this eighteenth davol February, A. D. 1867. AUG. E. STEVENS, ) EDMUND I'HINNE*', Committee amskose ghidings, on Laying Out ELLAS CHASE, New Streets. w. f. files, fcbU) dlw- « • » • Cily of Portland. "\\,rHEREAS. tlie City Council, by Ihetr order T » passed February 18, ls«7, dirucUxl the Com mittee on Laying out and Widoning Stroeta, to straighten Congress street from Poari to Franklin street; therefore, Notice is hereby given to all partis interested, that (lie Joint Standing Committee of tlic City Council on laying out new streets, will meet to hear the par ties and view the pronosed way on the twenty-fifth day of February, 1&7, at four o’clock in the after noon, at thotoruer *>r Pearl and Congress str*e.s, and will then and there "proceed to determine and adju'lgo whether the public convenience requires said street or wav to be laid out. Given under our hands on this eighteenth day of February, A. !>., 1H67. J Aug. E. St by bn*, i Edmund Phinnbv, ANLBUOBU UlDDlNQS, Jos. Bhadjokd, Elias Ciiasb* W. P, Filkk, Committee on Laying out and Widening Streets. feblDdtd JANUARY 26, 1867. SPECIAL CLOSIMSALK 1 V^°f— WHITE GOODS ! Laces & Embroideries! » : • . , ». .i I f .IF -I .1 V 1*0 '1 tit It i S At One Price. E. T. EEDEJST & CO. Jan 28—dtf 200 Doz. Linen Hdkfs. This Day Deceived ! -AND— SELLIJTO AT £«»W TRICES -AT E. T. ELDEN & CO’S. Jan 28—.ltf Housekeeping Goods 4 I OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT ONE PRICE. E. T. EL It EX <£ COl. Jan 28—dtf RLE ACHED <£ BROWX SHEETINGS, BLANKETS & QUILTS, Much Under Price, -At E. T. ELDEN & CO’S. Jan 28—dtf E. T. ELDEN & CO., WILL OPEN THIS EAT Five Cases of Linen Goods CONSISTING OF Bleached, Half Bleached,■ And Bsown DAMASKS! Blenched & Brown Table Covers, Napkins, Doylies, Towels, Fronting Linens, Linen Sheetings, Dee, At One Pricers Free St. dan 28—rltt Grover & Baker, Sewing MaeliiueS? AT MANUFACTURERS PRICES, Every Machine Wat-ranted f Itlnrhiuc ftilka, Thread wad Twill, a fall* Awworlmmi* E. T. ELDEST £ CO. NO. 3 FREE NTREET, •Jan 28 dtf EAISTTS AND OLLS, Drugs, Medicines, Dyc HtiiiVsi, Window Cilnss. agents for Forest Fiver £ Warren Lead Co. ’s CRAFTS & WILLIAMS, Nos. 5 and 6 Commercial CVkarf, Boston. Peel—TuThStly Tilton it’ McEa-rland, Besltc to call the attention to Sic ft ct doit more tfitw 4 O Of their Safi's jiavo AMPLE PROTECTION hi the late fire. Parties desiring a FIRST RATE SAFE, At a MODERATE TRICE, will pMt »«<*•*om EMERV & WATEHHODSK, Middle St rect, Portland, Or at HO Sutkarr Slrrrl, Beaton. (y-Soooiid-liaiid Safes taken In ex change tor sale, dan 15—»n Istw In each inoftady ret) ainder of time. - —. J-'JSSKJ1S8LilL.1 'Ji! AUCTION SALES. E' "• ***TTKN A CO., Aaclimnn.' ***“<■ Miron. Bed*. Bedding, Dry Goods, Ac., At Auction. ON Saturday. FoVv 53,’at In * \r „ ... , eta, guilu, Hair Matrcwea Beda, Blank ing Machine, Table Cntlory, ^l(,iB,I,iwirIW,1;i<UWi* Tobacco, Cigar*, ,Vc. ADo—Linen Diiun?,.r]f Craah, DenluiJ, r,inena, Shirt., »,,d 1^,2,.'cPovei Ooata, Fanta. Veats, l! nihn-riaa, Drcaa Gooii, ’-S" general aaeortnieut of Dry and F’aney Goon*.’ U * Id I >21 dtd Sale of Forfeited Goods. rpHE following djpacribe^ merchant!^* hating been i seized for violation of the Ksvouue I<aws of the United States, and,tM U. S. Appraisers at this port having cerlltfod under oath that tin* expense of its keeping will largely reduce the u«S proceeds of the sale, the same will l»e Hold at publie uuctiou. in Iront oi ihc Custom tlou- o, oji Midwlu .Street, in this city, on the 251 Upt, at U o'clock A.M., to wit : 2 Hack Hoihcs ; 1 pair oi Harnesses; 1 lwir of Blankets; under the provision of Sect. 15 of Ufe Act entitled “An act further to prevent smuggling and lor other purposes,” approved July Ik. lsflr.. ^ , ISRAEL WASHBURN Jr. fobl6Jid Collector. Important Sale oi* Government Vessel, Depot Qcaetkkmahtkr’s Ovvwr, . Baltimore, Md, January go, 1867. / VV7ILL l*e sold at public auction, at the port of V f Baltimore, (Henderson's wharf East Baltimore) on Thursday 12 Al.. February 28, lnttf, the SUPERB SIDE-WHEEL STEAMER, COSMOPOLITAN. Uf 771) toil*; length, 325 teet; breadth of twain, 31 feet depth ni oi hold 13 teet; cylinder, 50 inchs, aud 11 teet Miro..o. A rare opportunity is afforded, in the Hale of thin ‘ tv-amor, to poison* desiring to purchase a really thst-clas* vohhoI. She iH of light dr ait, Ure engine aud boiler are in moHt excellent condition, and the hull ivorfoctly sound and strong. it is hfelievud that for aizo ami built, t he COSMO POLITAN surpasses any vessel hitherto offered by Government ti>r saie at thin port. Termscash, in Government funds, on day of sale, further panic-ularsmay be learned upon applica tion to the undersiguad or. to the Auctioneer*, Mcahth. ADiUCDN, TUoMAS CU, No. 18 South Charles Htroet. By order oi the Quartermaster General. ,, A. S. KIMBALL, fe4till Fob27 P A> M” U» JL> twamrowr ,. pei»ot Quartermaster K. M. PATMSI 4k CO., A.cti..r.r., OlMce Flaw near Core Mtreef. Splendid French Mirrors AT AUCTION. PURSUANT to a llcouso Iron* the Hon. John A. Waterman, Judge of Probate for Cumberland County, the subscribe! a* Administrator of JuHN M WOOD, deceased, will y|le/ salt- oi Public Auc tion on PKIB.ll i Ihe Ih| lluy ol ifftarcla, 1867, at the Aucuou Rowu ol KDW. M. PATTEN, Plum Street, Portland, at 11 o'clock A. M. One targe Pier Preach Mirror, 8 feet 4 inches by 3 feet 4 indies. One largo Pier French Mirror, 8 feet 4 inches by 2 feet 0 inches. Two large Mantel Mirrors 5 foot 8 inches by 4 feet 2 inches. JOS. 1LSLEY, Administrator. Portland, Feb. 22,1817. did .T. 8. BA1LEV, Auctioneer & Commission Merchant AND APPRAISER, Office 176 For* St, at Mesa. Garter & Dreaera’ January 7—dtt C. W. HOLMF8, .A. XT CTION EEH, iWO C'oiigrpfw Street, Ljr“S.uc uf any kind ol pruport v In tb» City or vi cinity, promptly attended to on ill. motd tavoraldn terms. novIMtt MEDICA L ELECTRICITY DR. W. N. DEWING, Medical Electrician 17* MIDDLE HIMLH'i', Nearly Opposite the (Jailed State* lloiel VlTHElcE he would respectfully anuounce to ▼ ? citizens ot Port laud and vicinity, that he ■ I*eruiaiieutJy located in this city During the ihrco years we nave oeen in th<3 eiiy} we have cured some of the worst toruxs of disease- m pcit>o)i* who have tried other forms ot treatment in vain, and curing patients in »o short a time that the «,ae>t don in olten asked, do they stay cured? To answer thisrjueMioi we will say that all that do not stay cured, we , doctor tho second time without charge. Dr. 1>. has been a practical Electrician tor twenty* one years, and is also a regular graduated Miyskiai« Electricity is perfectly siku.tcd to chronic disease*in the form oj. nervous or nick hotulache; neuralgia il the head, neck, or extremities; consumption whet 1n the acute stages or where the lungs are not iully involved; acute or chronic rheumatism scrofula, inp diseases, white swellings, spinal diseases, curvature of the spine, contracted muscles, distorted limbs, palsy or paralysis, St. Vitas* Dance, deafness, stam mering or hesitancy ol speech, dyspepsia, indiges tion, constipation and liver complain*, piles—we cur* every case that can be presented; asthma, bronchi tis, strictures ot the chest, aud all forms of female complaints. By .Electricity Tho Rheumatic, the gouty, the lame and the lazv leap with joy, and rnovo with the agility anti elastic ity of youth; the healed brain is cooled; tho frost baton limbs restored, the uncouth dolor milieu re moved; faintness converted to vigor, weakness to strength: the blind made to see, the deal to hear und the palsied form to move upright; the blemishes ol youth are obliterated; the aouirrxt.h of mature liie prevented; the calamities ot old age obviated and an active circulation maintained. L A D I R 9 Who have cold hanus ana teet; weak stomachs, 1am and weak backs; nervous aud sick headache: dizzi ness and swimming in the head, with indigestion and constipation of the bowels; pain in the side and back; leucorrlnea, (or whites); failing of the womb with in ternal cancers; tumors, polypus, and all that long train ol diseases will find iu Electricity a sure means , ol core, for paiunU menstruation, too k.» menstruation, aud all ot those long line oi troubles with young ladies, Electricity Is a certain specific, and will, in a short time, restore the suflerer to the vigor ot healtli TEETH I TEETHl TRUTH S Dr. D. .-.till continues to Extract Teeth by ClKo ran ity wnitogT t’Aix. P*rsous having dec?:yd teeth or stumps t^iey wish to have removed for reset ting he would give a polite invitation to call. Superior Electro Haonktk Machines tor sale for family use, w ith thorough Instructions. | Dr. D can accommodate a tew patients with board end treatment at his house. Office hours from 8 o'clock A. M. to 12 M.; from 1 to 0 P. M , and 7 to 9 in the evening. Consultation true. novltt BOWDOI* COLLEGE. THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. The 47th An nual Course ol Lectures in the Medical School of Maine, will commence Fob. 21st, and ci ntinuc 16 weeks. FACULTY OK IM8TKUCTIOM. Samuel H *.ithim. I). D.. resident ol the College. J. S. Tf.sney, L. L. D., Lecturer on Medical Jurisprudence. I. T. Hama, M. D., Professor of the Theory and Practice of Medicine. W. C. KouinsoJI, M. D., Prolcssor oi Materia Medica and Therapeutics. C. L. Ford. M. !>., Professor of Ana omy and Phvsinlogv C. F. Bhackktt, M. D., Professor of Chemistry and Pharmacy., W. W. uRkfmr. M. D., Professor of Surgery. T. H. JeweTt, M. 1)., Professor ol obs.©fries and Discuses ol Women and Children. U. H. Seavey, M. D,, D ruonstrator in Anato my. HF^Circulari eonta ning lull information will be lorwarded oti application to the Secretary. C. F. BRACKETT, M. 1)., Sec’v. Brunswick, Jan 1, 1667, jahiT.T.&stiliMarl First National Bank of Portland. HOLDERS ot the First Series of Seven-Thirty nates can have the same exchanged for gold hearing six per cent bonds at this Bauk at the usuaI •oihinmrion. The First Series mature In August uext, and the conversion of the Second and Third Series can also be effected on favorable terms. W. E, GOULD,Cashier janftllni Change but once a year. nrDMON’S PATKNT Ribbon Hand Stamp* Thin Stamp hnn Advantage over nil others. It will hold a smAll die to cAncol a stamp as tbo law require*; and any other size And shape rnr envel opes, iVe. The months and figures nro made of brass, which makes them very durable, and they cannot be flat tened or injured by a blow from the hand ss others which are made of Electrot vj cs. | The annexed cut is a correct representation of it, anti the method of cl ang ug the darten. Bailey & Keyes, Mai ttfuclnrers’ Agents feljawi New Olock Exchange SUPor*1""1' Copartnership Kotice. rpfLK copartnership heretolbro exietiitf botween the X Bp bscribers \i£dcr tbe firm name or G^UKBY&^HOHNDlKEt iatbis day dissolved bymat L "cl HU KEY. L THORNDIKE. ' ^ ;udol)ted to Ihd All persons liavmW “etile Ctyvc Jirm aro requested to ***** **** rent. ^ • i • • • 1 tYli’t 13th. 18*7. __ BBWAHD !■ GRUBBY, will conUnne thebusincM (n Plumb.ireel, of M.nn facturiug an** WW*. Doors, B'inds, Basil, Gutters, Conductors, Braoketts Sta r Bail, Balusters, Mouldings, &c., he. N. B.—The Moulding are from the Bay State, Suffolk and Union Mills, Boston, from season ed Kiln-dried Lumber. Portland, Feb’y 181b. 1887. felDdtwis Fop Sale. . Schooner “Hattie lions,M 184 tons old 1*1/ measurement, built in 1868 of.tho very Jmf'M best material, hard wood bottom and 1/AiS\ \ white oak top, coppered, sails, rhrglng -^3jflBBlHL»and spars in first rate condition, and well found everyway, and ready lor business. ROSS & STURDIVANT, febl ldtf 73 Commercial Street.