Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, March 4, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated March 4, 1867 Page 3
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' - . ... LATEST NEWS BT TELEGKAPH TO THE PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. -- ■ -■-— Monday Morning, March 4,1867. -—— WASHINGTON. Veto Messages by tbe Presideut. Report of the Jndtclary Com mittee on Impeachment. CONFIRMATION)*. Washington, March 2. The President has approved the Consular and Diplomatic Appropriation bill, the Miiita ry bill and the bill refunding money to people who paid commutation and who subsequently went into ibe military sen-ice. The following is a synopsis of the President's veto message on the Reconatmotion bill: The President submits whether this meas ure is not in its whole character, scope and object without precent and without authority; ia probable conflict with the plainest provis ion of the Constitution, and utterly destruc tive to those great principles, liberty and .hu manity, for which cur ancestors on both sides of the Atlantic have shed so much blood and expended so much treasure. He says the hill tVuuld seem to show on its faee that the .estab lishment of peace and cood order is not its real object. He alludes to the conditions which must be fulfilled before the people of any of the Southern States can be relieved from the bondage of military domination. The military rule which it establishes is plainly to he used not for any purpose of order or for the preven tion of crime, but solely as a means of coercing the people into the adoption of principles and measures to which it is known they .are oppos ed, and upon which they have an undeniable right to exorcise their owii judgment. He con cludes by saying: At present ten States are denied representation, and when the* 40th Con gress assemhleson tne Itliof t lie present mouth ten States will bo without a voice in the House of Representatives. This grave fact, with the important facts before us, should iuduco us to pause in a course of legislation which, looking solely to the attainment of political ends, fails to consider rights it trangresses, laws which it violates, or institutions which it imperile. Washington March3. The following is a synopsis of the President's message vetoing the Tenure of Office bill: Tho President quotes the language of the first section of the bill, which, he says, con tains tlie material portion. In his judgment, the bill conflicts with tlie Constitution in pro viding that the President shall not remove any of the civil officers when terms of service are not limited by law, without the advice and con sent of the Senate. The question is not a new one. That the power of removal is constitu tionally invested in the President, is a princi ple which lias been not mo3e dietinctly declar ed by judicial authority and commentators than it has been uniformly practiced upon legisla tive and the executive department of the Gov ernment. He refers in support of this opin ion, to the discussions which have arisen at various times on the subject. Tho question first arose as early as 1789, in the House of Representatives, on the hill to establish a de partment of Foreign Affairs. Mr. Madison, whose adverse opinion on the constitutional power of removal by the President had beeu relied upon by those who denied the exclusive power, patticipated in the debate, and declared that he had reviewed his former opinion. Mr. .Madison, in summing up his opinion, in which ho asserts as his opinion, that the Executive power includes the power of removal, and that tho Senate is only associated with the Presi dent in appointing to office, is quoted in full. Thequestion wasdecided by the House of Rep resentatives, 31 to 20, iu favor of tlie principle that the Executive power of removal is, by the Constitution, vested in the executive; and in the Senate tho principle was sustained by the casting vote of the Vice President. The ques tion has often been raised in time of high ex citement, but the practice of tho Government lias nevertheless conformed in ail cases to the decision thus early made. In 1839 the Supreme Court decided that tho power of removal was vested in the President alone in such cases, al though tlie appointment of the officer is by the President and Senate. The late Daniel Web ster, while dissenting from it, admitted that it was settled by the Constitution, settled bv the practice of the Government, and settled by statute. Having at an early period accepted the Constitution in regard "to tho Executive office in the sense in which it was interpreted witli the concurrence of its founders, the Pres ident says lie lias found no sufficient grounds in arguments now opposed to that construc tion, or in ony assumed necessity of the times, for shaking off those opinions, 1 return the bill to the Senate, in which it originated, for the further consideration of Congress, whioh the Constitution prescribes. The Judiciary Committee of the House, in thsirj’eport on the impeachment, say that soon after the admition of tlie resolution by the House, Hon. Jas. M. Ashley communicated to the committee in suyport of his charge against the President of tlie" United States such fact as were in his possession, and investigation was proceeded with and lias been continued almost without a day’s intervention. Everything has heed done which could lie done to reach a con clusion, bat the investigation covers a broad field and involves a mnltitute of officials, while most oi the witnesses are distant from the Cap ital, owing to which tho committee have not been able to conclude its labors and it is not, therefore, prepared to submit a dtfiuite and final report. The committee not having fully investigated the all the charges, it is deemed inexpedient to submit any conclusion beyond the statement that sufficient has been hi ought to its notice to justify and demand a further prosecution of the investigation. The Senate has confirmed the nomination of John A. Dix as Minister to France, and Hugh Ewing as Minister to the Hague. MEXICO. Departure of Maximilian for the Seat of War. Communication Cut of) with the Capital. New Orleans, March. 2. pates from the city of .Mexico to the 19th ult. have been received. .Maximilian has 1* ft, going to the northward, with (>000 men. HiB destination is the scene of the war. Within three weeks the Liberals havp lost 74 cannon in six considerable bat ties. They were victorious once over the French. The Imperialists have won several battles and reclaimed 300 miles of territory, but the Liberals are rapidly investing their capital and contracting their lines. Paris, March 2. Cable dispatches have been received here from Vera Cruz, which state that communica tion between that city and the Capital had been entirely out off. The Emperor Maximilian had consequently forbidden the transmission of dispatches for Europe, giving opinions on the state ol the country, lest they nicy fall into the hands of the Liberals. HEAVY HANK DEFALCATION IN NEW YORK. The Cashier Dealing in Fancy Stacks, New York, March 2. The First National Bank of this city was closed to-day for examination of accounts, it being alleged that the Cashier is a defaulter in a large amount. Later.—The directors of the bank are now in vestigating the matter, and will report the amount deficient as soon as ascertained. The cashier makes a clean breast of it, and acknowl edges that ho lost heavily in speculation in fancy stocks. NEW* BY THE CABLE* EUROPE. The Czar Urges the Ce<siou of Can dia to Greece. ■- I London, March 1—Evening. Lord Stanley, Secretary of Foreign Affairsf in answer to an inquiry made in the House o. CpumonsAto-night, stated that neither Brazi1 nor Paraguay had ever invoked the mediation of England. . St. Petersburg, March 2. The morning papers to-day announce that the Czar of ltussia has strongly urged the Su blime Porte to cede the Island of Candia to Greece The Finuucinl Trouble in Boston. Boston, March 2. The whole loss by the suspension of Mellen, Ward& Co., is srid to be nearly $1,000,000. The First National Bank of Newtonville, of • which Edward Garter, a member of the sus panded firm, was a director, hasolosed itsdoors, having suffered to the extent of $200,000, near IA twice its capital. Julius F. Hartwell, the Cashier of the Sub-Treasury, who has been concerned in these transactions, has resigned. The Government, however, does not lose a dol lar. Mr. Smith, the Cashier of the State Bank, has also resigned. Another Meuvy Bank Befalcntiou. Baltimore, March 8. A heavy defalcation has been discovered in the Mechanics’National Bank of this city. It runs through a period of twenty-s.even years, and was discovered finally last week by Gov ernment inspectors, and amounts to $300,000. lne parties implierted are the general book keeper and the paying-teller, both of whom were arrested. This is the third heavy defalca tion that has occurred in the same bank. The bank will, however, he sustained, and continue to meet its liabilities A Mystery Solved. Buffalo, N. Y., March 2 The mystery of the dead bodies found at the Grand Trunk Bail way depot has been unravel led. Dr. Madden, resident physician of the county poor house, confesses to have packed the bodies for Ann Arbor, Mich., to accom modate tlio medical university there, which is short of subjects. Dr. Madden was arrested and held to bail in $1000. The New Congress. New York, March 2. A Washington special says the House will elect the Speaker and Clerk on Monday after noon and go into a caucus in the evening for the nomination of a Doorkeeper and Postmas ter. j iimoomm^ ebooks mtm Washington, March 2. SENATE. The bill for the relief of Wm. H. Webb the builder of the Dunderberg, was taken up It authorizes the Secretary of the Treasury to release all claims oi the Government upon the Dunderberg, upon his refunding all money advanced on the contract. Passed. "J* Wmoiij from the conference committee, on the bill declaring and fixing the rights of volunteers m the army of the United States, made a report which was agreed to. On motion of Mr. Conness, the Post Office committee were discharged from further con sideration of the bill to establish a postal tele graph system in the United States. In mak ing the motion he said the subject was very important and worthy more consideration than the committee had been able to bestow upon it this session. He hoped it would be taken up at gome future time and favorably |actcd • x Mr. Poland, irom rue uuuieieuee committee, on the bankrupt bi 1, asked leave to make a re port, but Mr. Sherman objected on the ground that it would lead to a debate. Mr. Poland did not think there would be any debate on the bankrupt bill. Mr. Lane said he intended to debate it. The tariff bill was then taken up. Mr. Sherman, having last night withdrawn all amendments, the bill before the Senate was the Bingham bill, which passed the House during the closing hours of last session. The bill wasjpassed without amendment, as it passed the House, July 27, by 31 to 12. Mr. Poland presented a report of the com mittee of conference on the bankrupt bill, which was concurred in, 24 against 20. Mr. Sherman, from the conference commit tee on the compound interest note bill made a report which was adopted. The bill as agreed on contains only one section, providing for the redemption of the compound interest notes in three per cent certificates. The amount of the latter outstanding at any time is not to exceed $50,000,000. The President’s Secretary arrived with the veto of the tenure of office hill. Mr. Trumbull called up the House bill known as the indemnity bill, which Mr. John sone attmpted unsuccessfully to amend and it was passed without tin amendment, 30 against 8. The President’s veto of the tenure of office bill was read, and the bill was passed over the veto, by yeas 35, nays 11. The Senate then went into executive session which was followed by a reeess. EVENING SESSION. The veto of the reconstruction bill was taken up at 8.30 P. M. and read. After debate the bill was passed over the veto by a vote of 38 against 10. The nays were Messrs. Buckalew, Cowan, Davis, Dixon, Doo little, tcndricks, Nesmith. Norton, Patterson and Saulsbury. Absent — Messrs. Brown, Guthrie, McDougal and Kiddle. The Senate wont into executive session at about 11 P. M. The doors were re-opened at 5.30 A. M., after an executive session of six hours. The Chair (Mr. Foster) announced that the bill had become a law. The conference committee’s report on the army appropriation bill was agreed to. The conference committee’s report cn the internal revenue was agreed to. The conference committee’s report on the naval appropriation bill asked for by the House was agreed to, also the report of the confer ence committee on the bill for the settlement af claims arising out of the Morgan raid in Indiana. The deficiency bill was received from the House and read. Pending the reading, Mr. Edmonds made a report from the conference committee on the legislative appropriation bill. The committee were unable to agree. The Senate voted to adhere to its amend menument in relation to extra compensation voted by the House to its employees, which was the point at issue. Should the House in sist, the bill will be lost. Mr. Sherman, from the conference commit tee on the omnibus bill, made a report which was agreed to. The consideration of the deficiency bill was resumed. Mr. Fessenden offered an amendment which was agreed to, giving notice that the close of two years Congress would abrogate the con tract with the publishers of the Globe. After further amendmen ts, at 8.10 A. M., the bill was passed. The Clerk of the House announced that the House had receded from its amendment to the legislative appropriation bill. (Laughter.) Mr. Hendricks made a report from the con ference committee on the naval appropriation bill. The appropriation for ehe purchase of property at Charlestown Navy Yard, is stricken out. The House bill amendatory of section 5 of the Senate hill of 1804 was taken up and passed. At 8.30 A. M. the Senate took a recess until 7.30 P. M. SUNDAY EVEN'INO SESSION. Mr. Doolittle, from the conference commit tee on the bill in relation to the Indian Bureau, reported thot the committee wore unable to agree. The bill consequently fails. Mr. Morgau, from the conference committee on the fortification appropriation bill, made a report. Agreed to. At 8.40 P. M. the Senot3 went into executive session. 4SAt 11.40 P. M. the doors were re-opened and the bill to prevent the perversion of mails to fraudulent purposes was passed. Mr. Sewaijg offered a resolution, which wras passed, that Gen. Howard be directed to in quire into the reports of great want and des titution in the South, and report to the Sen ate whether such statements are correct, and if so, the amount which it will be necessary to appropriate to relieve such wants. The Senate, at midnight, went into execu tive session. HOUSE. Mr. Asliley, of Ohio, presented the creden tials ol Mr. Turror M. Marquette, member elect lrom the State of Nebraska, the procla mation of the President announcing the ad mission of the State having been published this morning. Mr. Marquette stepped to the Speaker’s chair and took the oath. Mr. Miller asked leave to offer a preamble and resolutions, reciting that ten of the late re 'el States had declined to ratify the Consti tutional Amendment, and declaring that such amendment was necessary to preserve tbe Union; that no State declining to ratify it Bliould have representation in Congress, and that the doctrine of universal amnesty might bo discarded by every loyal patriot. Several objections were made. Mr. DeBlond suggested that they should be made to apply to Massachusetts, which had also refused to ratify the Constitutional Amendment. The Speaker stated that the resolutions em bodied a principle in reference to representa tion, which required them to be referred to the Committee on Reconstruction. Mr. Kasson, from the conference committee, on the Indian appropriation bill, made a re port stating that the conynittee had agreed upon all but three points:t6 increase the sal ary of United States judges, the allowance to House employees to a certain increased com pensation and to increase the salary of certain officials. Discussion ensued as to the regularity and propriety of such a partial report from the conference committee. The Speaker decided that the bill could not be passed, even if tbe report was agreed to. Discussion was continued at some length, several members arguing that an agreement to this report would narrow down the work that would be referred to the next conference com mittee; others, among whom were Messrs. Stevens and Banks, that the matters referred to the conference committee must be treated as a single subject, and that agreement, must be complete. After further discussion, on motion of Mr. Conklin, the House disagreed ;to the repoit and asked for a new committee of conference. Mr. Doming, from the Military Committee, reported a joint resolution allowing the con tract price for artificial limbs to be paid dis abled soldiers instead of furnishing such arti ficial limbs, at their option. Ras ed. Mr. Davis, from the committee on election, made a verbal report on the contested election cese of Mr. Arrult, from the 6th District of Tennessee. As the decision by the committee could have no practical effect now, be also offered a resolu tion to pay Mr. Thomas, contestant, monthly pay and mileage since the contest, some 81G00. Adopted. A message was reeeived from the Senate that they had passed the House bill of last session in reference to the tariff on wool. At 1:40 P. M. the President’s veto to the bill for the more efficient government of tho rebel States was received. The Speaker presented to the House the Ex ecutive communications. The President’s veto message was presented and read in full. | xne reading ot the message occupied *Uty five minutes, after which thq Sneaker asked, "Will the House on reconsideration agree to the passage of the bill?" Aiier consi Ierabie discussion the rules were suspended by a two-thirds vote, which cut off all dilatory motions, and the bill was passed over the veto—135 to 47. The House agreed to the conference commit tee report on the army appropriation bill, in cluding the appropriation of $250,000 for the Hock fsienl bridge. The conference committee report on the com pound interest note bill was adopted by the casting vote of the Speaker. A motion was made to reconsider, pending which the House took a recess, leaving the question still opnn. EVEXINO SESSION. Mr. Stevens, from the committee on appro priations, reported back the Senate amend ments to the omnibus bill—several amendments were not concurred in, including that abolish lng tlie office of Commissioner on public build ings, and providing for the appointment by the duties “C1 ungince* to discharge the The bill was passed over the veto bv 131 against 37, and it i« now a law. J Mr. Kcs oa, from the committee on appropri ations, reported back the Senate amendments to the naval appropriation bill. 9 5 r Ka-son moved to suspend the rules, but the House refused, and the amendments were rtferred to the committee of the whole. The House went into a committee of the whole on the deficiency bill. The paragrapli appropiiating $500,000 for the American Col onization Society was rejected. The paragraph appropriating $36,000 for dredging and main taining tlio channel of the river Thames, near Norwich, Conn, was agreed to, with amend ments oflered by Mr. Hubbard, appropriating $25,000 for improving the harbor at Westport, Conn. • The committee rose and Mr. Morrill mado a report froiu the committee of conference on the tax bill. The duty on cotton was fixed at 21-2 cents; gas companies are allowed to con tinue charging the tax to consumers; grapo brandy is taxed one dollar per gallon. The re port was agreed to. Mr. LoBlond oflered a resolution of thanks to the Speaker (Mr. Colfax) which, after com plimentory remarks by Messrs. Hogan and Winfield, was adopted. The House was still in session at close of the report. After the complimentary speeches to Mr. Colfax, at 1122Q J*. >1., the House again went into committed of the whole and resumed con sideration of the deficiency bill. The last Sec tion of the biU appropriating 8900,000, and to .. j in - ii .... — t ?iV8 teui !yf iW&(Mt watt ib OiWy t«t lh8 rcaty stipulation with the choctaw Indians, gave rise to a long discussion, in which Mr. Morrill characterized it as a greater grab than he had been prepared to see attempted, even on the last night of the session. Finally the committee rose in order that Mr. Stevens might move to close the debate, and the debate was closed. # The House again, at a quarter past one, wen into committee of the whole, Mr. Allison in the chair, and resumed the consideration of the bill at section 8, making appropriations for the Choctaw Indians. The section was, on motion of Mr. Morrill, struck out. Then the committee, at half-past one, rose and reported the bill to the House. Mr. Woodbrklge, lrom the judiciary commit tee, made a report on the investigation in ref erent e to the alleged neglect on she i>art of the Executive Department in the pursuit of John H. Surratt, charged with complicity in the as sassination ot President Lincoln. After a dis cussion the report and evidence was ordered to be printed. Mr. Wilson, of Iowa, lrom the judiciary com mittee, made a report on the proposed impeach ment of the President. Mr. Ancona, on the part of Mr. Rogers, hand ed in a minority report. Both reports*were tabled and ordered to be printed. Mr. Lawrence of Ohio, from the conference committee on the bill to define and punish cer tain offences, made a report, which was agreed to. Mr. Maynard, from the select committee on Southern railroads, made a report. The report and evidence was ordered to be printed, and laid before the next Congress for action. ’■The House went into committ ie of the whole. The Senate amendments to the naval appro priation hill were non-concurred The committee rose and reported hack the bill, and a conference committee was asked for. Tht-House, at a quarter past five, proceeded to the business on the Speaker’s table. The Senate amendments to the House joint resolution to allow the Court of Claims juris diction on claims for quartermasters’ stores and subsistence supplies taken for the army were non-concurred in and a committee of conference asked for. The Senate amendment to the fortification bill was non-concurred in and a committee of conference asked for It was, after discussion, ordered that when the House take a recess, it be to 8 P. M. Mr. LeBlond, from the committee of confer ence on the legislative appropriation bill, re ported the committee unable to agree. The House receded and the bill passed. Mr. Newell withdrew his motion to recon sider the vote agreeing to the conference com mittee’s report on the compound interest hill. The bill therefore passed. The House resumed at 2.40 the business on the Speaker’s table. Mr. Van Aerman, from the conference com mittee on the sundry civil expenses bill, made a report which was agreed to. Mr. Alley, at length, through dint of persis tency on his part, and good humor on the part of the House, succeeded in getting his joint resolutions in reference to lasting passed, a suspension of the ruleshaving been granted Jor that purpose. On motion of Mr. Hall, the vacant panel in the glass roof of the Hall of the House, was assigned to the coat of arms of the State of Nebraska. The House, at 8 A. M., resumed the business on the Speaker’s table. The Senate bill relating to appeals and writs of error to the Supreme Court, was amended oir matters of detail, which was agreed to and the bill passed. The Senate bill to regulate the disposition of an irregular fund in the custody of the Freed - men’s Bureau passed. The Senate bill to aliolish and forever pro hibit the system of peonage in the territory of New Mexico and other .parts of the Unfted States, passed. The Senate bill supplementary to several acts of Congress, abolishing imprisonment for debt, passed. Mr. Kasson, from the conference committee on the naval appropriation bill, made a report which was agreed to. The House, then, at twenty minutes to nine o’clock took a recess until eight o’clock, this (Sunday) evening. SUNDAY EVENING SESSION. The House re-assembled at 8 o’clock. Immediately after the House was called to order, a number of enrolled bills were present ed and signed. Mr. Stevens rose to a personal e xplanation relative to a conversation some time since be tween Messrs. Ashley and Bingham, of Ohio, and himself, in which the name of (Jen. Grant had been involved. So far as it refers to any connection he had with it, tho story was utter ly false. There was not even a vestige of truth about it out of which to fabricate a lie. He had written he author a letter asking his au thority for the statement, hut he had declined to give it, saying that it w'auld involve a mem ber of Congress. The Senate amendments to the deficiency hill was non-concurred in, and a committee of conference asked. Mr. Washburne of Ind , from committee of conference on the fortificatiou appropriation bill, mado a roport. Agreed to. The Speaker presented a message from the President, transmitting a report of the Secre tary of State in relation to the removal of a Protestant church (Torn K jme by order of the Papal Government. Mr. Schenk, from the conference committee on the bill extending the jurisdiction of the Court of Claims for Quartermaster’s stores furnished the army during Morgan’s raid, made a report, which was agreed to. The Senate resolution relvtive to the Post office and Sub-Treasury in Boston, and crea ting a commission to select a sice, was passed. THE MARKE1S. Financial. New York. March 2. The Post says thsrc Is a little more activity Jo the loan market, bat as the supply is abundant there is no change in rates. Stocks dull but firm with little less disposition to sell. Governments steady but In active. Railroads closed a traction higher. Foreign Exchange dull. New Fork markets. New York, March 2. Cotton—dull and rather easier under large receipts; sales 600 bales; Middling Uplands at 31 @ 31 jc. Flour—Receipts 4,642 bbls; sales 4,400 bbls; State and Western dulland 6 @10c lower. Superfine State at 8 55 @ 9 75; Extra do, at 9 80 @ 10 75; Choice do at 1090 @ 1130; Round Hoop Ohio 1000® 1160; Choice do 1163 @ 12 55; Superfine Western 8 55 @ 9 75; Common to good Extra Western drooping, with sales of 240 bbls.; mixed to good at 10 20 @ 1190; Fan cy and Extra, 12 00 @ 1625. Wheat—dull and drooping; Bales 12.000 bush. Chi cago Spring No. 2 at 225; Milwaukee Mixed at 2 18. Total stock of grain in store and afloat March 1st, 1867: Corn, 3,101,478 hush.; wheat. 2.080,013 bush.; oats, 2,494,757 bush.; bailey, 1,5.18,819 hush.; peas, 80,380 bush. Corn—opened 1 @ 2a lower, closing firmer; sales 46 000 bush. Mixed Western, in store, at 165 @ 1 07; do, afloat at 109. New Western Mixed, at the rail way depot, at 1 04. Oats—eaaier; sales 38,000 bush. Western at 58 @ 62c, state at 68 @ 70c. Canada Eeast at 58c in bond, an outside juice. Beet—steady; sales 900 bbls; new plain mess at 12 00 @18 00; new extra do, 17 00 @ 20 00. Pork—firmer; sales 2,000 bbls. * new mess at 2100 @ 21 50, closing at 21 43 for Western; old mess at 20 00® 20 60; prime at 16 75 @ 17 '5; also 1.250 bbls. new mess at 2130 @ 2162, sellers and buyers for March and April, Lard—quiet and heavy; sales ot 740 bbls, at 12 @ 12]c for old, and 12.1 @ 13 Jc for new. Butter—dull; sales Ohio at 18 @ 26c; State at 26 @ 30c. Whiskey—qnlet. Rice—dull and nominally unchanged. Sugars—firm with a fair demand; sales 150 hhds Muscovado at 10J a lie. Havana, 1,650 boxes, at 11 @13ic. Coffee—firm. Molasses—in demand; sales 200 hhds. Muscovado at 52 @ 55c. Naval Stores—quiet; Spirits Turpentine at 71® 73c. Rosin at 4 25 @9 00. Oils—quiet; linseed at 1 35 @ 1 37; lard, sperm and whale quiet. Petroleum—steady; sales 1000 bbls. crude at 17 @ 171c; refined bonded at 28$ @ 29c. Tallow—quiet; sales 108,000 lbs, at HI @ ll|c. Freights to Liverpool—without any decided change. Cotton 2d hy sail, and 111 by steamer. Com 6$d by sailing \essel, and 6$d per steamer. New Orleans markets. New Orleans, March 2. Cotton — irregular and easier; sales to-day 2,000 bales; low Middlirij’ at 30Jc; receipts 746 bales; ex ports 6,000 bales Flour quiet; superfine at 11 25. Sugars quiet and firm at $3Jc. Molasses dull; prime at 76c. Sterling Exchange 149 @ 150, sight; *n New York unchanged. Freights quiet. (lammerclal—Per Cable. London, March 2, Noon. Consols for money at 81. American Securities.—The following aro the current quotations for American Securities: ntinols Central Railroad Shares 76$. Erie Railroad shares 36$. United States 5-20’s 73$. ^ , Liverpool, March 8, Noon. 1 he Cotton market opened firm and the sales to day will reach 8000 nales; prices unchanged; Mld Ui ng njdands quoted at I3$d; Middling Orleans at 13|. Brradstulls—The market is generally unchang ed. Calttomia Wheat firm a- 13s 3d $0 cental. Pro visions—Lard quiet und steady at 59s Od p cwt. Ba con at 43s V cwt for American middles. Pork 77s 6d $> 200 lbs for prime ci v mess, i roduce—Petroleum Is 7d $? gallon for Pennsylvania refined. Spirits ad vanced Id and are saleable at lid p gallon. Ashes— 34s for pots. Spirits Turpentine—37s (1 i P cwt tor Carolina. Linseed Cakes—£10 JQj p1 ton for thin ob long for feeding. Boston Stock JLi«t« Sales at the Brokers* Board, March 2. American Gold. 138 United States Coupon Sixes, 1881. lie United States 7 3-lOtlis, 1st series., (0$ m series. Ig5 small. . 10& 3d 'ieries. l'>& n u small. 105 United States 5-20s, 1882. Ill ” 1864 i08 c, . , July, I860. 106$ fSaleti at Auction.] Bangor City Sixes, 1871,. qki Batli City Sixes, 1891... ojf Gardiner City Sixes.”’*.**. 95? Eastern Railroad Sixes, l* 81. 9ft Fork Manutacturii g Co^ij any.1305 Pepperell Menutactnnng Company. 1055 And^QBOOggin Mills. 190 Bates Manufacturing Co. 1361 Boston and Maine Railroad...., M...... . 130J N ew fl ampshire State Sixes,.. 99$ Maine State Sixes, . 100 To Capitalists. THE advertiser would like to confer with any par ty who would build a Hotel in this ^ty the com ing season. A responsible man la ready to lease for a term 01 years, a good modern style house.—it it could be built tbo present vear, at a reasonable per cent age on the cost. Address mt. rr p »* m,‘rl<1-»_PosttW. Waited. 50.000 BARRELS, at Foro«t n,erdaiIi,earli>rt„f ELo?ffJ^fnery* We8t Co,n' Ssr fsr » £omiUtrC,lU’" C. E. BECKETT’S ESTATE, THE subscribers, appointed Commissioners h„ »i,„ Hon. Judge of Probate for Cumberland!Mum. to receive and decide upon all claims against, tbo oil tatcot Charles E. Beckett, late ot Portland,In said county, deceased, represented insolvent, hereby give notice that six months, Atom tKe 19th lust., are al lowed to the ctpdLoie to present and prove their claims; and that said Commissioners will be in ses stou at the City Assessors’ office, In said Portland. „n the third Mondays of March, April, May, Jane, July and August ensuing, at 3 o’clock P, Si., fbrlhe pur pose of attending to said duty. WM. BOYD, I - _ . . M. Gore, | Commissioners, Portland, f eb. 22,1W7, d3w*wlt AKW APVEM18EME»M. List of Letters Unclaimed IN the POST OFFICE AT POBTLAND. Heine, on the 4th dey of March, 1866. LADIES' LIST. Anderson AnnV Heal Hattie E Adam* Elizabeth B mrs Hill Hanna i mrs 2 Ayer Helen H Howard Lady A mrs cape Allen Solome mrs E Harton Annie M 2 Higgins Lucy Brooks Annie mrs Hudson Lucy Branstield mrs Hudson Louisa mrs Brown C W mrs Hall P H & HN Boyd Kate Jones A H mrs Babb Helen M mrs 2 Jenkins Elizabeth D mrs Brown Eliza mrs Jcrdan Emma Bodkin Lizzie Jordan Harriet mrs caps E Boyd E Jordan Mary E Blake Geo T mrs Kurn Ellen Brown G E Kelsy Nellie F Burns Jane mrs Knight Joseph E mrs Brown James mrs for Les-Knight Mary A mrs lie Oliver Kan&rd Malia A mrs Burns Jennie Lorrell Gaty Ball Jennie M H Lowe Caroline A Boyce J II mrs Lung an Emma J mrs Babco. k Lilly F Lea\itt Eunice (Cape E) Bccket Lydia mrs Littlefield Martha mrs Bennett Mary A W mrs Lyford Sarah mrs Beekett Maria Marston Emily Blako Nartha mrs Morton E H mrs Br>son Mary mrs Marston Julia A Bunker Sylvua mrs 2 McCullock Julia Curran A lice mrs Moses Laura E Class Aiva mrs Moulton Martha Crawioid Ann Meade Mary Ann mrs Clark C E Marcy Ruel mrs Campbell Carolie E mrs Manu Sarah castell Eunice mrs Mitchell Sally H mrs Child Ella A Mitchell Winfield S mrs Currier NeUio L Nelson mrs Copp Elizabeth mrs Noyes Nethe Chaplin Eugenia Osbourn Mary M Cot F&nniu Pool Mary Elizabeth Coz Fannie Rollins A C mrs Crockett Geo II mrs R we, Nelley Craig James G mrs Ricker Hattie E (Cape E) > Cutler Isabell L Ripley Hattie J mrs Carter L Ryan Johnna Chapman Lucetta Ross James mrs Constable Mary Ann mrs Reed John S mrs Cauuhv Mary Ritchison Minnie Clark Mandanah S Richardson Mattie E mrs Cochran Sarah mrs Ring Verona A Chandler Sophia mrs Scammon Annie I 2 Donnells Ann A Spurr Augusta Drmkwater Capt DavidSole Abb(e mrs Sullivan Annie A Davis Hattie N Savary Betsey mis Doyl Hannah mrs Sweetser Benjamin mrs Decker Ha;tia Shaw Cha* E mrs Dyer Hannah Cape E orSawyer Nelly A Portland Sweet Ella F Doan II mrs Steward Goo W mrs Dow Jane mrs Sawyer George mrs Dennis J oanna G Sargent Grace Dyer Mary Weeks Smith Hattie E mrs Dresser Mary J mrs Smith Henry M mrs Downs Mary mrs Snow mrs for mr Fruices Daniels S A Barrows D land Stephen mrs Sewall Mary W mrs Evans Alfred mrs 2 Sawyer Minnie E (West Edgecomb John mrs brook) Eaton Lucy Hmrs Snow Mary Ann Edgecomb Mary E Thayer Lydia E mrs Foster Ellen Topple T Fogg Emily Wilkinson Annie for Brid Foster Jane M mrs _get Martin Floyd Prlsci a A mrs Welsh Caroline Fuller Paulinr J Wing Emily mrs Freemau Susan L mrs Walker Elizabeth Farr Sarah mrs Wescott J P mrs Graham Lizzie mrs Wade Lucy mrs Heminway Aimenta Wentworth Lottie mrs Hart Alice E Waterhouse Lizzie G Hay Appleton n rs Woods Mary Hobb Abbie B mrs Wilson Ruth A Haskell Nellie Q Weymouth Rachel T Humphry H R A mrs Weymouth S J mrs Herbert Henry mr8 GENTLEMEN’S LIST. Adams Calvin S Means A C for Martha A Atwood C W capt Campbell Averill J A for Moses LMarden Asa L Charles Murry Byron Bedell Adinton Mantine C T Blake Alvin tor CliarlotteMerrili C P S Blake Milliken C W for mrs E B Burns Albert Bishop Bailey A J Merrill C M for Ruth Butler Alford Whitman Burgess & Fenderson Manley Daniel W Bragg & W escott Martin Daniel for mrs Ma Burns & Smith ry A Dresser Box 1689 Merrill Edward H Bryant Chas Mountfbrt E M Bailey Can for Michael Mason Fred A Nalley Mellville Frank Black Chas H Merrill Isaac M Briggs Dan forth Mtrrison Jeremiah (Cape Basiord Edw E) Barry Edw Melloon Joseph L Byran Frank Montgomery John Bowker G W May & Co Bacon H E Munjoy Club Room Brown I R Merrill M C Buck James H Mills Nathaniel J Brackett J A Mahoney Patrick for Mary Bodge Joseph Kelly Burley James Merrill Samuel Brackett J H Merrill William P for Brackett Joshua Horace Dulauy Boyd J as Murphy Wm for 'miss Kate Britt John B O’Conor Buuker John McDonnald Arther 1 Bickford James McQuarre Angus Master Blake M ilcs McPhece Alban Brown Michl McDonnald Andrew Barrett Orlando McEndrew Charles Barron Thos McKeen F W Brown Theodore McKorker John Brown Thos McNeiburJohn Bayley Wm H McDonnald Keunth Brown Win H Me Rich Mr Campbell Angus McDonnald Moses Croclcer Anson McGuire Roger Cotton Azro B McLaughlin 2 Chas A J McCauslin Trustin Child Abert W for mrsMcCracker Wm Harriot Child McKlenen Wm Cummings Chas Newell C D Csowley Cornelius Norward Elias 2 Cushing Chas S Nickerson Geo B Cole E G Newton HODr for Moses Corey Eben R MG Woodman Carter Edward Nutter & Jones Coleman Freeman J Norton Itianzo M Chipman George Newell S R Cushing G B Nichols Thomas H Curtis Henry D O’Connel Daniel Cary Joshua O’Mealy Edmond Cross Joseph A Oalton George Callan Joseph Ober Mark A Cross Joseph A O’Brion Michael Rev Carney John Orr Samuel Clayton John W D Parks B L Clithrow John Perkins Edward S Cook James T Pollister George Crowley Michl Phillips G C Conroy Michael Perry George L Connelly Patrick G Packard Henry Col Ian Poterco Paul Howard

Chester Peter (Westbrook )Peabodv Jesaee Cole T D Palmer'J P Curron Thos Phinney James Calder Wm lor Mary AParker John W Calder Phillips J F Dr Cromwell W A Peters L J Chase Wm H Powers L J & Bro Cook Wm E Powers h uellyn Day A Peach Martin Delap A W Phil brick Robert Dyer Chas H Plummer It B Dayton Chas E Prince T B Dill Cyprus Prince Wm for W M Skin* Dull’ Chas W ner Duran Chas Reev9 Alexander H Doherty Dennis Robin-ou Btmjumin Dunning, Kilgore & Co Regan Batt for mrs Caro Dempsy Daniel line Sollevon xjic w if vv wuiuiHm Calvin u Dwinal F E Lieut Ryan David for John Sul Dyer Frederick F livan Davie H F Bunnals Dana Dennett H W Rafter Edward Dresser James L Rankin W A Devon James Hollins F S for mist Caro Durham O line McFarland KPeter S Rlttershouse F C rn S B River Frank Dolan Xhos Reed Gilman Drinkwater Wm 0 Roberts Geo Ewa E V M Rich H II 2 Evans Freeman (Cape E) Robinson J G Estes James X Ross James Emery J J) Rlely John Evans Wfa E Richardson John M Foster Albert Dr Rounds Lewis Fitz Andrew G ■ Rich M E Finney Chas W Ross N O Frye & Co Ryan Owen for Julia Ryan Fredrick G capt Robinson P W for Frank Floddcn J W W Robinson Files Tames tor mrs WmRyly Pabrick Andorson Record Rulua Fuller Jason capt Riggs sumner for mrs Jen Flaherty Mathles nay Horray Frank M Richardson Seward B Farty Mark Robinson Thomas Film Martin ShurtleffAEformissEm Folan Thos ma E Shurtlefl Files W H P Snell A K Gateomb Aaron Simmons Alfred Gray Ben,) C State Aolbeny Gatchell Eli- ha Smith A L Greenough a Dummet Smith Abiel S Greenhaigh James Sawyer A E Gallagher John fur JamesSanders Bta Curran Small Chas E Goddard John Col Stevens V L Dr Gage Mos-s for miss Ma-Sawyer Chas E & Co ry E Wage Sknner Charles Grant Ofl Sely David H Graham Wm A Spoffortl Edwin Gllespie Wm J 2 Strout Fred Harvey Chas A Strout F H far Thomas F Henry Chas M Newell Hunt Chase Simonds Franklin Hunt Chas JJ Stover Geo JJawkos Danl W (West-Stinson H brook) Swettlsa»c HorrDP Stapl'i Jofaam 11 ugim, Emerson for WJsStevens J Segar James Sbfb Fratci- ^dw Small Johnson K I mlID»^ Frank Smith Lyman M 2 -smmett Geo A Sturdcvant Lewis Hayden Gustavus Scanlan Mark Hid Horatio 2 Shannon Nicholas Hillman Horace B Sargent Oscar W Hutchinson Joseph Sullivan Patrick Hazen J B SimondB R S 3 Hanson J V & Co Stevens Bros lor Albert A Harvey Noah Stevens Hitchcock Sami A Small Surauel R Hill Sami Storer Simon ton & Co Harmon T F for Frank EShaw Wm S Harmon St ray ton Wm W Hodgdon Thos S SkilUu Washington for Hierli by x boa misB Nellie L Libby Haskell Wm F Staples Wm D Hayes Wm Smith Wm K Sampson Wm for Fred Hankara Wm Sampson * 9° Thompson Andrew W far He Chas A Edw H 0 Thompson Ingraham Fredk ThrenauR Bmno Jsley John for Sarah AssTbompson Charles E Gould Thompson D M & Co Jackman Adelhert Th ’rstun Edward for miss Jordan Elisha N Ella C Thurston Jothen Frank W Thomson E M Jordan Foster Teague George Jackson Isaac Turner H M. Jackson Irving Todd Kenry D Jones Isaac 'JV-.o vt t) Johnson John Trickev Honrv k}arsl1 * ® Tenney James ToSefXt jIame8 Thompson J M Jones M It Turner Thomas D Joseelyn Moses F Trow Thomas B Jemies N P Taylor Wm Jackson R Tobey Wm W John M m Taylor Wm Jones Wm (Capo E) Tibbetts Wm R Whitney Andrew S^Uy L Witliam Charles £«>>> Fra,‘k F Whitney E W Kilday John Wise£o Brifarefwtr!?k for “iMWoed Frank tJL‘ i Kt'lley Weston F & R gssar SK.‘ ask'*;,, E Whalen John LitUeUeld Henry Walsh John Leavitt J A far mrs MaryWUliams Jewett B t ^ Wells James B Lowell JV, Dr (Cape E) White Joseph H h-.LX“°, TJa8 ? Whilbcr Harris Lambert Joseph Winslow Otis W L\ men James Walton S J Whitman Thos for Gilmak r Burnham Lfvfeon TO WwKh™" fOT Lanabce Wm D Walsh Wm Larrabce Wm Wldtehall Wm .1 Lord Wilber Young EG Leighton W F York Janies B Mugfard Augustus 2 KhUbt'n K Ca* SHIP LETTERS. Shackford B B Capt sch Clinton Davies Wm sch Exchange Browniig Wm Capt sch Ebon Herbert Wright W H capt do Wilder Eilw E Bteamer Oon McCall urn Laughton anl e ,pt do John sch H Curtis sawisvfesLucy*11 lMet,a2 Roddy Richard capt sch Maggie Jodson capt sch Michigan StOTOt AngnstusiA, brig PrlntfsT Hohbs capt ———. brig Village Bell _ _W. DAVIS. Postmaster. 0«TS*»d yo“ orders for Job Work to Dally fro c,'i ! i, ii. .■■I ii i i mwiiii-f.. WASTED. Wanted. A GOOD Rent for a tamily consisting of a gentle man and wife. Address Box 1573, Portland Poet Office. meh2dlw* A gents Wanted FOB BICHABDSOA’g NEW BOOB BEYOND THE MISSISSIPPI, The Most Fascinating Book of the Year. A Thrilling Record of Border Life, Humor and Adventure, Written with a graphic, eloquent portraying pen, and its pages Crowded with Illustrations. Agents are meeting with> scocess. To show sample pages and take names is all our Agents have to do. For Agencies apply to or add re s J. PATTEN FITCH, No. 233} Congress Street, Portland, Mo. marl d2w* A Situation Wanted. A YOUNG MAN who has had several yoars ex perience as a book-keeper and accountant, would like to obtain a situation. Satisfactory tecom mendation furnished. Address “(J. W. B.’’ Portland Post Office. f28dlw* Wanted Immediately —AT THE— New Employment Office ! Ifo 229 1-2 Congress St, ildDow West of City Bnilding (up stair?.) GIBLS capable of doing all kinds of house-work, to whom good situations will be given. BORERS for various kinds of work, and CLERKS tor every kind of business. ear-we are able at ail limes to supply parlies in eny part of the State with Goo ;>REL1ABLE HELP, either as Domestics,-Mechanics or Laborers. Merchants, Contractors, Farmers and others will be supplied with Men and Boys tor all kinds oi em ployment Free OP CHARGE. Don’t forget the num ber, 229* Congress Street, next to City Building, Port land, Me. GOl'RLAl’ 4k HEWITT, Feb 22—dtf__ Proprietors. Flour Barrels Wanted ! ON and after January 2d, 1807, wo shall resume the purchase ol Flour Brls. for CASH, at the Office ot the I*oi*tlnii«l Husrar Co., If l-l Danforth St., Feb8dtf_J. B. BROWN & SONS. Agents 'Wanted! JUST OUT, Farragvt and onr Naval He* Poes, by the brilliant a: d popular Historian, J. P- Headlv. This is the only work on the Navy in the War, and everybody is buying it. GEOKGE H. BLAKE, „ t. GENERAL AGEN P, Febl—3m _ Box 827, Portland, Me. Wanted Daily ! ! AT The General Agency and Employment Office No. 331 1-3 €ougr*-HM Hirer!. All per sons wishing to secure good Girls for any respecta ble employment, will find them at this Office. Also please notice. We will send you men aud boys ior any work in city or couutry, ireo ot charge. test" We want good American, Provincial, Irish ana Colored Women and Girls, as well as Men and Boys, every day tor all orts ot situations to this City and vicinity. Give us a call. _ , COX&POWARS. Portland, Me., Jan. 25, ’67. Jan30 dtf Flour Barrels Wanted. WE will pay 30 cents each for first class Flout Barrels suitable fot sugar. LYNCH, BARKER Sc CO., uovl3dtl 130 Commercial slrcct. _LOST AND FOUND. Lost! A bundle of small Keys, (5 or 6) on a steel ring. The findei will be suitably rewarded by leaving them at the Store ot Norton Sc M. rgan, Spring St., near Winter St., or with D. W. True & Co., 141 Commercial St. March 1,1867. inar2d3t* LOST! ON Sunday, near the State Street Church, a La dy’e White Point Lace Barb or Neck Tie The finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving it at the office of H. J. Libby & Co., Free Street. Feb 25, 1867. feb26dlw BOARD AND ROOK. To be Let. A FURNISHED House, to a desirable location, is to be let till Mav next. Rent at the rate of *1000 per annum. Apply to W. IL JERRIS, Real Estate Agent.feb2lidlw TO LET ! PLEASANT rooms with boam, or as lodging looms, at reasonable rates, at 31 Free street. Refer, eneos required. feb25dtf. TO LET. To Let. THE Chamber (2d story) over E. T. Elden & Co’s, Free Street Block, suitable for Jobbing or Wholesale Business. Inquir e of T. J. LITTLE, 79 Commercial street. gjTKejcan ** f°nnd at E* T‘121(1611 & Co’8 TO L E tT A SPACIOUS Chamber, suitable for a Wholesale Boot Store or some manutheturing business, over the store occupied by Samuel Waterhouse & Co., 1*0. 165 Fore Street. Enquire of 9ARIL. WATCRHOFSE, feb28d3w on the promises. For Rent. OFFICES in the third story of building on corner of Exchange and Milk Streets. Enquire at of fice of OCEAN INSURANCE CO, Feb. 25. tf Exchange Stroet. T O i7e T ! The 2d, 3d and 4th Floors Of STORE NO. SO UNION STREET, suitable for most any business. Apply to FRANCIS O. THOnig, on the premises, or GEO. H. SMARDON, at Woo 1 man, True Si Co’s. IbblStf To Let. THE third and Fourth doors In the .new store 04 & 56 Middle Street BO feet in width, 14B feet long. For terms apply to the subscriber at 143 Oxford Street. FelOtniclA ALFKEll WOODMAN. To Let. FIRST, second and third lofts over E, T. Elden & Co.’s store, Free Street Block; also, offices over Schlotterbeck’s, and over Crosman Sc Co.’s, in new block corner Brown and Congress streots. janU-dtf j. b. BROWN To Let. ONE Brick Store, three stories, No. 50 Union street. Apply to Ja3JtrST. ,TQHN SMITH. To Let THE three storied Brick Store 201 Fore, foot of Plum Street. Enquire of E. M. PATTEN, teblOdtf_ Plum Street. NEW STYLE SEWED SKIRTS MADE TO ORDER —AT— HODSDON’S HOOP SHIRT MANUFACTORY, 6 CLAPP’S BLOCK, Congress Street. LADIES, IF YOU WANT THE Best and Cheapest Skirt EVER MADE CALL AND LEAVE YOI K ODDER FOB ONE OF OtTB New Style Sewed Skirts MADE BY US El«w the BEST STOCK In Ibe Market, and every Wire Sewed le tbe Tape BV BAND. English Corsets 90 cts.! German Corsets $1.00! French Corsets 175! ALL WARRANTED ! A New Lot of Paris Kid Gloves Anal Received Direct! THE BEST IN THE MARKET! A new Lot Real and Imitation CLUNY AND THREAD LACE COLI^HS ! Open This Day—At Dow Prices ! B3F’REMEMBER THE PLACE, J. Y. HODSDON, (Snceessor to A. F. BAND,) NO. 6 CLAPP’S BLOCK, CONGRESS STREET. Hoop Skirts Made to Order. mch2 ritf HEAL ESYAt'E. House for Sale. STKEET> Upper Half of the Brick mA * £°J?y*°U8®» conluimng in ail j£ fiooma_<•« amfSi'rl ar’1'v'1 BIlJ a®1* water-a good stable, Pol , V ery t0"rcllie,lt ami desirable. HWueukm given sometime in March, Termeensy. Apply on the premises, or to y mar 2,nr WM. H. JEBBIS, mar 2 dtf_Beamtate Agent. For Sale Cheap. ( )Xs,™ iho ™0n8e® *“ Ilic Brick block on Deer tlinrnuoh man *,Urbe Houses aro built in the most l l , ;,1»«“ toteheil rooms in each,good nlouu’of i'L',. "1' ki’"Is' More room, and &mi.*r rOU,“' En,‘ulr“ “f E- WALSH. on lZ. mch2d2w l or Salt® or Lease. su“o coV4E4cXnf“ St. will be let for ten fr , w“t, ylTs on^ rattle terras. A Block of Seven Stores m this centrVl tion would pay a good interest. cenlraI loca* marldtf *°_ W. H. JEBBIS. New Urick House lor*ale, Corner Cumberland and Boyd streets: contains p ljj|5 eleven rooms. Piped for gas from cellar to at JyfctfLtic. This is a substantial, well-built house, in a good location, and is all ready for occupancy. Apply to \Vm II. XlSI-KIa, Real Estate Agent. Mar 1—d3w Vitluable Heal Estate for Sale. THE fine estate corner Brackett at.d Walkei Sts. The lot contains ovei 26,000 square feet. Title perfect and terms iavorable. Apply to W. 11. dERRIS, marl dtf _ Beal Estate Agent. For Sale. A desirable House Lot at the oorner of Hill and Ellsworth Streets bv JABLZ'C. WOODMAN, Jr., Real Esiate Agent, 21] Free Street. feb23 dtf Valuable Farm in Hamilton, FOR SALK. The subscriber, Intending to re turn to ( alifornia in the spring, of i F t fcrs liis Farm for sale. 1 * Said Farm is situated in liamil frS-flBiagjg. ton, Mass., on the line* of the East ern Kailrou j, betweenSaUmand Ipswich,about one fourth of a mile from Wen ham and Hamilton depot, and contains about GO acres, viz: 5 acres ot Woodland, 3 acres of Peat Meadow, and the balance all under good cultivation, and very conveniently arranged.— The buildings are all good aud in g<jod repair, with good cellars under the house and barn, well cement ed. There is also a well of good water at the house and barn, with a large cistern for ra n water at the house. Also Stock, Farming Tools, Hay, Grain, Po tatoes, and Household Furniture. This is one of the finest located Farms in Essex County, is near the railroad station, and convenient to churches, schools. &c., aud is just lar enough from the city to make it a desirable summer residence lor a gentleman doing busiucss in Boston or Salem; and if not disposed of at \ nvate sale, will be sold at Pub lic Auction some time in March. „ JOHN NORTH. For erms and further particulars apply on the premises, or to J. N. NORTH, No. 8, Portland Sr., Portland, tbb2l 42w Valuable Hotel Property lor Sale. rpHE Oxford House, pleasantly situated in the vil 1 lage of Fryeburg, Oxford county, Maine, is of fered li>r sale at a bargain, if applied lor soon. The House is large, in good repair, with furniture and fixtures throughout, together with all necessary outbuildings. For full particulars inquire ol HORATIO BOOTHBY, Pi oprietor. Or Hanson* Dow. 54] Union st. Fryeburg, Sepr. 29,1866. dtf House tor Sale. A good House two stories, Stable attached, hard xL and soft water, good lot centrally located—con venient for two miuilies, if desirable. Inquire at 12 Hanover or 184 Fore We.. J. A. FEXDERSON. Jan. 24, 1867. dtf N OTICE. I will sell-on favorable terms as to payment, or let for a term of years, the lots on ! the corner ol Middle and Franklin streets, and on Franklin street, including the corner of Franklin and Fore streets. Apply to WM. HILLIARD, JJangor, or SMITH & REED. Attorneys, Portland. jyl2tt Desirable Store Lots FOR SALE, IV COMMERCIAL STREET. rtlHE subscribers offer for sale the lot of land on JL the southerly side of Commercial Street, head ot Dana’s Wharf, measuring 72 by 150 feet. For fur ther particulars inquire JONAS H. PERLEY, Oct 18jtf_or W. S. DANA. For Lease. THE valuable lot of land corner of Middle and Plumb Streets, lor a term of years. Enquire of C. C. MITCKULL A SON, Aug. 28,1666—dlf 178 Fore Street. Form for 8ale. I WILL sell my farm near Allen’s Comer West brook, about three miles from l'oitlund, one mile from horse cars, aud Westbrook Seminary. Said farm contains about 190 acres, part ot it very valuable lor tillage, and part ol it for building lots. There is a good lionso. two large bams, and out hous es ou I he premises, it will Ihj sold together, or in lots I to suit purchasers CYRUS THURLOW, sepll-dtf 165 Commercial St. JANUARY 26, 1867. SPECIAL CliOSmOSASJG -OF WHITE GOODS ! Laces & Embroideries S At One Price. E. T. ELLEN & CO. Jan 2S>—dtf 200 Doz. Liiifst Ukrifs. Tft in Day Receive* f ! —AND SFJXI NO A I? LOW PRICES E. T. ELDEN & CO’S. Jan 28—(Iff Ilonsel&cepifiig Goods OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, A T ONE PRICE. E. T. ELDEN A CO. j Jan 28—dtf BLEACHED d BROU N SHEETINCLS, BLANKETS & QUILTS, Much Under Price, — At— E. T. EliDEIi & CO’S. Jan 28—rltf * E. T. ELDEA & CO., WILL OPEN THIS DAY Five Oases of Linen Goods CONSISTING OF Bleached, Half Bleached, And Brown DAMASKS! Bleached & Brown Table Covers, Napkins, Doylies, Towels, Fronting Linens, Linen Sheetings, Ac, At One Price* 8 Free St. Jan 28—dtt _m Grover A Bakes*, Sewing Macliiues), AT MANUFACTURERS PRICES, Every Machine Warranted! HInchinc Silks. Thread and Twist, n full Aworlnient. E. T. ELDEN & CO. NO. 5 FREE STREET. Jan 28 iltf Notice. PERSONS clearing the ruins or digging cellars will tindagood place to deposit thoir rubbish on Franklin Wharf. septlO dtt S. ROUNDS, Wharfinger. Notice. MR. ANDREW J. CHASE retire? from our firm from this date. YEA IDN & HALE. Portland, Feb. 18, 1867. d*w 1807 ! 'SPKIN& STYLES HATS AAH CAPS ! JUST RECEIVED —AT— SHAW BROTHERS, Opposite Preble House. UmmI. 1 1CHT iW — ru r. t-z — * .-**■*..***-•*. K N TEltTAl .SMIiMH. *■ ■■—- » ■ ■*■*— ■ ■. ■‘,,>i*rr-— _■-■■»_ l !• ORAN® BALL £| ,Ocean Association Kv-4fc as AVill give a Grand Ball ou MARCH 4th, AT MECHANICS* HALL. fy Music by Chandler's Quadrille Band. Tickets, #1.30) Gallery Ticket., 30 ceat*. MANAGERS. Edw Hodgkins, S. S. nnnnaford A. II. Jacobs, F. J. Bailey ’ C. II. Phillips, K. 1>. Page. ’ H. D. Tripp. ’ _mchl___ d3t P. Y.M. C. A. COIB8E LECTUltES ELEVENTH LECTl’BK, In the Free Street Church, Weduoduy Tlrcuiiig, March Oth, 1*0?, -BY Bey WM. A. BABTLETT,o(B; ooklyn.N.Y. Subject—'-Boys.” Evening Ticket*. 50 cents, to be had at the usual places and at the door. Hours open at 6*: Lecture at ?} o’clock. mch4d3t D BERING HALL. OPENING Monday Evening, March 4th, And continue every evening during the week, with a Grand Matinee - ON - Wodijesdaj & Saturday Afternoons, COMMENCING AT THREE O’CLOCK. Prices of AdUMnion. Low Prices adopted. The entire lower part of the house will be placed at 35 cts; Gallery, 25 cts; Mati nee, 15 and 25 cents. Doors oj>en at 7 to commence at i 3-4 o’clock. llfThe luont Mublimt and Him-iliug Pro durtiou of the Age, the Ciraud Tableaux of Cbc Apocalypse, A Vision of St. John, as by him described in tho Book of Revelations, showing wbnt St. John saw when a Door in Heaven was Opened, and ending with the vision of the The Day of Judgment and the yew Jerusalem. The whole presenting to view the most startling and Sublime Spectacle ever vouchsafed to man, and only revealed to hiB beloved Disciple St. John, that Man should learn through him of the things that must come to pass and prepare for the threat Day of hit Wraih. In connection with the above will also lie exhibit ed the world renowned Miltonian Tableaux oi PARADISE LOST, The Groat Rebellion in Ileavon, the War of Angels, Kali of Satan and the Kali of Man, as describ. d bv John Milton, in his Immortal poem ot Paradise Lost, and carrying out his sublime ideas of Heaven, Hell, Chaos and Paradise. The whole combined forming an entertainment unpjralled in interest and unsurpassed in grandeur and sublimity. marl dlw* Fair ancl Levee. riUIE Ladies ot the Congress street M. E. Church .1 will hold a Pair and Levee at LINCOLN HALL) (Munjoy Hill,) On Wednesday Evening, March 6. Useful and Fancy Articles and Refreshments wfii be for sale. The public arc cordially in v I tea to attend and thus lie.p a g'.od object. ADMISSION 25 CENTS. March 2—dtd CITY NOTICES. T.IX JV41TJEJXS / NOTICE. In accordance with an Ordinance of the city, a list of all Taxes assessed npon residents amounting to Twenty Dollars ($20)and upwards, remaining unpaid on EHday, the 8th inst., Will bo published in one of tho tlaily nowspapera In this city. • HENRY r. LORD, Mar 1 -dtd_TREASURER. CITY OF PORTLAND. election Notice z PURSUANT to warrants from the Mayor and Al dermen of the City of Portland, the {..habitants of said city, qualified according to law to vole in t'le election of City Oliiccrs, will meet in their resjtective War d rooms or usual place i of meeting on Monday, the 4th day of March next, at ten o’clock in the forenoon, to give in their votes for Mayor of said city, lor Judge of the Municipal Court, for one Alderman and three Common Coun cilineu, a Warden aud Clerk, and tor two City Con stables for said Ward. The polls will remain open until four o’clock in the afternoon, when they shall be closed. And tho Aldermen of said city w ill be in session in the Common Council Room, in Market Hall, from nine o’clock in the forenoon to one o’clock in the af ternoon en each of the tliree secular days next pre ceding such day of election, and from three o’clock to live o’clock on the afternoon of the last of said three socular days, for the purpose of receiving evidence oi the qualification of voters whose names have not been entereu on the lists of qualified voters In and tor the several War*Is, and for correcting said lists. Per order, J. M. HEATH, City Clerk. Portland, Feb. 25,1867. dtd U. S. Marshal’8 Notice. United States of America, 1 District of Maine, s. s. i FIBSUANT to a Monition from t>e lion. Edward Fox, Judue ol the United S ates District Court, wiihinand lor the District of Maine, I hereby give public notice that the following Libel bas l*een filed in said Court, viz: A Libel against the Souooner “Alice T.” her TACKLE, AITAUEL and FURNITURE, and the CAR OO OF LUMBER LATELY LADEN ON BOARD SAID SCHOONER, ill be hall of William p. Preble and others in a cause of Salvage civil and maritime, as is more particularly set forth in the said Libel; that a bear ing and trial will be bad thereon at Portland in said District, on the Lint Tuesday of March next, at eleven o’clock in the forenoon, when and where any persons inte ested therein, may appear and show cause, ii any can be shown, wherefore the same should not be decreed liable to said claim for salvage. Dated at Portland this twenty-seventh day ol February, A. D., 1807. F. A QU1NBY, Deputy U. S. Marshal Dist. ol Maine. Feb 27—dfcd Any Person Building, OR about to build, wishing to let part of a house at a fair rcut, apply to _foblfrtow* “II,” Box 1941. International Telegraph COMPANY. The Line* of this Company are now open for busi ues with Stations at Bath, Portland, Biddeiord, Ports mouth, Salem and Boston, And connection with New York, Philndcl pliira. Baltimore, \Vnnhmgtoa, and other parts of the country, stations will shortly be opened at Ncwbaryport, Lyuu, Ipswich, Brain* wick, and other Points. The completion of these lines was the signal loi the Reduction ol Through Tariffs from all paru along the route of the lines, while at the poiu'e n<>( reached by the Company and {ts connection, the ohi High Rates are maintained, and will doubtless re main so until these line* arc extended, which will Ik rapidly done. Every effort will be mode to maintain the L^nes In the best condition and to tra .saci the busituss will; the utmost correctness and despatch. iflaia Office cor. Exchange and Pore Hi«. Branch Office at Corell's Apothecary Store under Treble HdgsC. teb22 dtt BLACK CROOK. THIS famous Pnsile will be 3ent to any addres? fur fifteen cents and rod stamp by addressing Box 1215, Boston, Mass. inch2dlw* Portland iff. Fire Insurance COMPANY’S OFFICE is removed to Book Store of S. H. Colesworthy, No. 92 Exchange Street. feb27dlw Copartnership Notice. THE copartnership heretofore existing between the Mibscribsrs under the firm name of GKUEBY & l HofiNDIKE, is this day dissolved by mutual ronsent. EDWARD L. GfcUEBY. „ GEORGE L. THORNDIKE. All persons having any demands or indebted to the above firm are requested to make immediate settle ment. Feh’y 13th. 1867. EJ)WA1U>17. GKUEBY, will continue the business in Plumb street, of Manu facturing and Dealing in Doors, Blinds, Sash, Gutters, Conductors, Bracketts, Sta r Bail, Balusters, Mouldings, &c., &c. N. B.—The Moulding are from the BAT STATE Suffolk and Union Mills, Boston, from season ed Kiln-dried Lubber. Portland, Feb’y 18th, 1867. fe!9d2wis m: o n e y . Worn and Torn Ourrencv and Greenbacks Bought at the Boise II. R. Office, by Jaeodtl ^ ^ HI. G. PALMER. Packet for Ellsworth. A A fiebr. Frank Pierce, Capt. Grant, will fa ll yr8ume her trips to Ellsworth, comuienc /Tlf\ “*gto receive freight, Tuesday, March 5th, to sail Friday 8th Inst., from Isong March 2d, 1867.—dlw*_ _ Notice. ALL persona having bill9 agn>nst the Committee tor the relief oi sutef j " fheir quested t6 present the same to tne Committee . office Old City Hull on or before tl‘l*ortl?,r.llCT01 M“Ch HENRY VOX. Chairman. fcl>23 drir _ ...___ Nottce to Land Holders. ... rvnUROCHER, Builder, is prepared to take M cSwSsS building, either by JOB or by I>AY WORK. Can furnish First Class workmen and material of all description. Residence AMERICAN HOUSE. India Street, Portland. August Util, 1866 autfOdtf ttCllOA NAJLAft. * r"" 1 ‘*'~r ~-^r^ac JOBPf CBOCK£IIf Auctioneer aad Appraiser, t0m°* with Etm, & Bsiie,, NOC 1 & 2 FREE- H'lKEET BLOCK. Household Furniture at Auction. ON TUESDAY, March Slh, at 10 o’clock A \r „„ the premises, No. 117 Oxtbrd, corner ot ciiwV’aut street, all the Furniture in said house, eon.,^ “$ Solas, Chairs, Bureaus, Bcdateaus, .dinors, Card ami Center Tables, Carpers, Ac., together with the entire Kitchen anti Chamber Furniture. febkSdlw E, M. PATTEN A CO.f Aaclioacrr. and Real Estate Brakers, OFFICE PLUM STREET. Fire-Proof Sales lor Sale at less tliau .Manufacturer*’ Prices. \VK J*aje *** raent of i\ew Fixe troof Sstivt cuatrated WlLULtt MAKt, which lo coui Kr.fLoLD whhiu twenty da h, without regard i^huil an/! ^0y aro oi thoroughly liu wantoi tuUu'iC “* U‘« market. XUose in togetsu?iid!UU“s‘ti*,,bycal,iuk“iul> wUI l,e »urB „ *’or Rent. pie 1 by os'- I'jssasaif,?10™ 011 *’lum St., now OCCU* VlsoLj ot of“SS°lIlgiVia March, abom OO by 6r fe^ ThreenS?-';’i 'Vlfly S'* 201 Fore, loot or Plain Street‘uaiul! g fieri. No. modistely. For SMe_A&&ulTC°lSTt™ Westerly side of C. ugrers, near Locust sufet con" tamlug about twelve uuudred (eet. le’ dull MEDICAL ELECTJilClTY DR. W. N. DEittlNG, Medical Electrician 174 MIDDLE STREET, Nearly Opposite the tailed Mutes lloirl WHBKEhe would respectfully announce to citizuuaoi Portland and vicinity, fiiat ho a pennauenuy located in this city. Luiti:g the tliren years we have been lit tin* city, we liavo cured some o. the worst forma of disease in persons who have trhxt other forma of treatment in vain, and curing patients iu so short a time that the <iue»tiou is oiteu a^kcd, do they stay cured? To answer tins uuestioi we will say that ull that do not stay cured, wa i doctor the second time without charge Dr. D. ha. been a practical Electrician tor twenty oue year., ami I. alao a regular graduated physicUi. Electricity is perfectly mkipted to chronic dl.ea.etf la the form ol nervous or sick headache: neuralgia Mi tae head, truck, or extremities; coii.uiuptlon alias in the acute stages or where the lungs are not fulls involved; acute or chronic rheumatism scrofula, lii|> disea.-es, white .welling., spinal, curvature oi rlie spine, coutraefed muscles, distorted liuihs, palsy or paralysis, St. Vita.- Dance, deafness, slam 1 merlng or hesitancy ol speech, dyspepsia, tndice— tlm, constipation and liver complaint., :dfesLwe cure • very case that can he presented; asthma, bronchi ts, striotures nt the chest, and aU tormsof lemsle cumplaints. JtJy Electricity The Rheumatic, the gouty, the lame and thelarv leap with joy, and move with the agility and olaui. ■ Ity of youth; the heated brain is cooled; the Irosi bitteu limbs restored, the uncouth delbnuiiies re moved; fulutuess converted to vigor, weakness to atrengih; the blind made to see, the deal to hear amt the Jsrlsied Ibrm to move upright; the blemlshos ol youth are obliterated; the accident* of mature life prevented; the calamities ol old age obviated and au active circulation maintained. LADIES Who have cold hanr.8 and teet; weak stomachs, lam aud weak backs; nervous amt sick lieadaclie; dull ness and swimming in the 11C ml, with indigestion and constipation oi the bowels; pain in the side and bark; lcucorrhrt-a, tur whites); tailing ol the womb with In ternal cancers; tumors, polypus, and all that long train of diseases will Hud in Electricity a sure means of cure, lfor palntul menstruation, too .oluso menstruation, and all ol those long line ol troubles with young ladies, Electricity Is a certain siieciflr, and will, iu a short ttrne, restore the snHerer to the vigor of health. TEETH I TEETH I TEETH ! Dr. D. still continues to Extract Teeth by Elec. TBrniTV without pain. Persons Laving decayed teeth or stumps they wish to have removed for reset ting he would give a polite invitation to call. Superior Elbctbo Maiisetk Ma-htnbs lor > do lor lamlly use, with thorough Instructions. Dr. D. can accumnuslaie a ew patients with board •nd treatment at his house. omce hours from 8 o’clock A. il to 12 M.; iroui 1 to6P. M., and7 to 9 lu the evening Consultation Ires. uovltl F EU TIE IXEUS. Cyfyn tonS Cumberland Pure Raw Bona £V)\J Pboa. of Lime. 60 Tone Coe’s Phosphate of Lime. 25 Tons E. P. Coe’s Phosphate of Lizne. 20 Tons Lloyd's Phosphate of Lime. 500 Barrels Lodi Poudrette. 300 Barrels Littlefield’s Poudrette. 400 Barrels Fish Guano. SEf^For sale at Manufacturer’s Pricos, by KKNDALL A WHITNEY. Feb 8,1867. fe9d3mis Daily Press Job Office, 179 Commercial Street. EVERT DESCRIPTION OF BOOR, CARD, & JOB PHLYTIXU, Executed with Neatness and Despatch, Having completely refurnished oar office sfneo the Great Fire, with all kinds of New Material, Prefees etc., wo are prepared on the short est po-Bible notice to accommodate our friends- and the public with Posters, Programmes, BILL-HEADS, CIRCULARS, Cards, Tags, Blanks, Labels, And every description ol Mercantile Printing*. We have superior iacillties for the execution ot BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, Catalogues, &c., Which lor neat neat and dispatch cannot b« surpassed I^TOiden from the country solicited, to which prompt attention will be paid. Daily Press Job Office 179 Commercial St., Portland, N. A. FOSTER, pROrRiXTOB Sierra Morena Molasses. 420 HHDI. ) ».* TCft. [ CHOICE HEW CROP 30 BBLS.,) Just landed from brig “Hyperion,” for eaie by Tiros. ASEXCIO <{• CO., feUdSwis CUSTOM HOUSE WHARF. Portiaud Observatory. fTIHE annual subscription for signalizing vessels at X the Portland Obeervatorv having ez,ered, mer chants, ship owners and others Interested will bo called on during tho present month to renew tlietr subscription*. ENOCH MoODY. Portland, March 1,18B7. U2w Blindness, Deafness, —AyD ■■'■■ Catarrh S During dr. cakhkhteu-s late v^t to l’ortlund widt h closed Feb. 1st, so great . number of persons deferred consulting him until the Intter partot Ids stay, that many were unable to .1, So, his lime Iteing fully occupied. To accommodaio those ami others desirous of consul ting him he Returned to Portland March 1st, An* can be consulted nt the X, s. Hold ■■til April 1st, npou all diseases of the Eye, Ear, Throat — A XD — c.i T.innii, As usual. Anti he would advise those intending to avail themselves of his services to mil early as con venient. Dr. C. can refer to many patients in Portland anti vicinity, who have been cured i*r benctittod under his treatment, who do not wish their names made public, but arc willing to converse with those Uncreated. jcyConsnltaHon at office Fuek. but letters must contain one dollar to ensure an answer. Office hours, Sunday excepted, 9 to 12, 2 to 3, and Ct to 7* o'clock. fbb2Cdlm* Camphor Ice. the same unrivalled quality manufactured bv us lor the laat ten yettrs, we arc now prepared to turnisli conaumera and the trade, in any Quantity J. R. LUN t Ck Co.. ' _ M8 Congress 9t_^ \ e \v Crop yioliiNM1.. 426 HHD9.1 VERY SUPERIOR MCSCO f> ■K*. I VADO MOLASSES, per Brig Minnie Miller,” lrom Matanzaa, now landing ana lor sale by Chase, Cram A Stuitevunt, Feb23—isdtt Wtdgcry’s Whart. French Language and Literature TACOBT BT PROF. LEON DE MONTIER, V 5fcriS2oM and Literature In tlic McGill Vnl Frcnch Lanf 1 »g« »| , Moutreai. Canada East, verady MONTDCR begs leave to sav tlmt h. h'uMaml to give I-cssous iu the abovo iiupor ;6 .;I,ranch of modern education, both In school, ud utvaM MinUtes. Cla»w may alao be formed by ,'uul.u and ladiea iloairoua of acquiring a thor Sugb knowledge and the fluent speaking of the French Language. Prof. L. de M.'a method of toachlng French v. Ill smooth in a great part the difficulties of beginners, whilst to more advanced pupils he will impart a pro ficiency ol speaking, together with the pure Parisian accent, so deservedly esteemed by all well educated people. Nothing shall bo wanting on the part of Pro!. T„ de M. to enable his pupils to make the most rat id pro gress, and by his exertioua to speak the French lan guage In the shortest time. Applications a> to the terms may be made by letter or otherwise, at 52 Free St, or at Messrs Bailor & Naves Book store, Exchange st. . References are kindly permitted by the following: In Portland.—Rev, Dr. Dalton.orner South and Spring Streets; Kcv. K. Bolles; Dr. Fitch, 87 State Street: Dr Chadwick 296 Congress Street; Dr. Lud wig ; C. O. Flies Esq. Principal ol Portland Acartw January 10. dtf