Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, March 5, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated March 5, 1867 Page 3
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LATEST NEWS by telegraph to the PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. , -- ■ -- Tuesday Morning, March 6,1867, XXXIX CONGRESS- SECOND SESSION. Washington, March 4. SENATE. The hill providing that the act to increase the duty on wool shall go into effect five days after its passage, was passed. At two A. M. the Senate took a recess until nine A. M. . „ _ . The Senate re-assembled at nine A. At. ana several bills and resolutions relative to the Dis trict ol Columbia were reported from the Dis trict Committee. . The number of Senators present being too small for the transaction of business, at 9.10 a receSB for twenty minutes was taken. At the expiration of the recess, business was resumed. Mr. Wilson, from the conference committee <.u the joint resolution to facilitate the settle ment of accounts of disbursing officers, made a report, which was agreed to. The bill is agreed to as it passed the Senate. Bills and Joint resolutions were called up and acted on. Mr. Buckalew complained that the Associ ated Press had totally ignored his experience, and studiously avoided mentioning his name, except on one or two occasions, when it had misrepresented him. Other Senators were about to state their grievances at the hands of the reporter in not giving them the prominence they thought they ought to have in his reports, but the time was too brief, and the reporter providentially es caped. Only one hour and twenty minutes of the session was left, and at 10.20, Mr. Foster in the chair, rose and made a few remarks. Mr. Foste-, at the conclusion of his remarks, vacated the chair, and Mr. J. W. Forney, Sec retary of the Senate, assumed the duties of presiding officer. Mr. Anthony moved that the Senate proceed to the election of a President pro tern. Agreed to. Mr. Anthony nominated Mr. B. F. Wade, Senator from Ohio, as President pro tern., and he was elected. He was escorted to the chair by Mr. Foster. On taking the chair Mr. Wade briefly return ed thanks and asked the indulgence of the Senators to overlook any mistakes that might arise from his want of familiarity with parlia mentary rules. Mr. Anthony presented an order directing the Secretary of the Senate to inform the Pres ident of Mr. Wade’s election as President pro tern.; also an order to inform the House of Representetives of that fact. Agreed to. Mr. Anthony then paid a warm and eloquent trib ute to >fr. Foster for his ability, courtesy and impartiality with which he had discharged the duty of presiding officer, and offered a resolu tion of thanks, which was unanimously adopt ed, as follows: Seiolved, That the thanks of the Senate are due and are hereby tendered to Hon. F. Foster, for his dignified, courteous and impartial man ner in which he has discharged the duties of the chair, and that the Secretary be requested to communicate a copy of this resolution to Mr. Foster. Mr. Trumbull moved to take up the House joint resolution to repeal the aot appointing Commissioners for the payment of loyal men for slaves enlisted in the army. After debate, and without action, at 11.10 A. M. the Senate went into Executive session. When the hour of 12 o’clock arrived the Sen ate was still in Executive session, aud the doors were not opened until 12J.6, The 39th Con had then been declared by the presiding offi cer adjourned sine die. HOUSE. (Sunday night session]. The business on the Speaker’s table was tak en up as follows: The Senate joint resolution concerning the right of way for the survey and construction of an inter-oceanic ship canal through the Isth mus of Darien was passed. Mr. Stevens, from the committee of confer ence on the deficiency bill, made a report, which was agreed to. At 10 minutes to 1 A. M. the House took a recess till 9 o’clock Monday morning. Saturday’s session was resumed and contin ued at 9 A. M. to-day, with but few members present. The Senate bill, releasing to Wm. H. Webb of New York, the iron-clad ship Dunderberg, on his refunding the amount paid him on ac count of his contract, was, on motion of Mr. Darling, taken ftom the table and passed. The business was taken from the Speaker’s table, and several bills and resolutions not of general interest, were acted upon. Finally, no quorum voting, there was a call of the House, and 102 members answered to their names, and further proceedings under the called ones were dispensed with. The Speaker presented a letter from the Clerk of the House stating that he had pre sented to the Secretary of State a bill to pro vide for the more efficient government of the rebel States, with a certification of its passage over the President’s veto of the Clerk of the House and Secretary of the Senate. Bills were taken from the Speaker’s table and passed and referred. Among those passed was the Senate bill for the removal of cases from State to United States Courts. Mr. Dawson, from the conference committee on the bltl to facilitate the settlement of ac counts of disbursing officers, made a report which was agreed to. The Senate bill to amend certain acts in re lation to the navv, was among the bills taken from the Speakers table. Several amendments were adopted and the bill passed—94 to 66. By leave of the House the Senate resolution of thanks to Cyrus W. Field was presented by the Speaker, out of the regular course of busi ness, and read three times and past ed unani mously. Mr. Hasson, from the conference committee on the bill in relation to the Indian Bureau, reported that the committee was unable to agree. The report was agreed to and the com mittee was discharged. On motion of Mr. Schenck the Senate bill in relation to brevets in the army was read and passed. On motion of Mr. Banks the committee of the whole were discharged from the further consideration of the Senate bill making further appropriation for representation of American industry at the Paris Exposition. The bill was amended so that the Commissioners shall serve without compensation and reducing the amount of the appropriation irom $103,000 to $30,000. The amendments were agreed to and the bill was passed. Mr. Farnsworth, from the select committee on the murder of Union soldiers in South Car olina, made a special report, which was tabled and ordered to be printed. Francis Thomas, from the Judiciary Com mittee, made a report on the testimony taken in the investigation of treedmen’s affairs in Maryland, which was placed in the custody of the Clerk of the House, to be submitted to the 40th Congress. On motion of Mr. Maynard, chairman, all other committees had leave to pursue the same course. Mr. Marston offered a resolution to add to joint com mittees the Committee on Ordinances. Adopted. Several propositions to suspend the rules for the purpose of taking up bills for considera tion were made and rejected. Permission was given to members to record their names on the two bills vetoed by the President. The Speaker corrected the statement made by him that the President had signed the tariff bill on wool and woolens. He had been mis informed. It was that putting mohair cloth, lasting, etc, for shoes, on the free list. The safe delivery of Mr. Alley’s bill after his persistent efforts, was received with shouts of laughter. On motion of Mr. Dawes a committee was appointed to wait on the President and inform him that the 39th Congress was ready to ad journ. The hour of noon arrived, and the Speaker rising, delivered his valedictory. At the close ol his speech the Speaker declared the 39th Congress adjourned without day, and vacated the chair amid enthusiastic applause. EOBTIKTH CONGRESS. SENATE. The Senate was called to order at 12 SO by Mi. AVade, President pro tem. in the Chair. The new Senators were sworn in, and Mr. Trumbull presented the credentials of the Sen ators elect from Nebraska, and Messrs. Thayer and Tipton came forward and were swora in. Mr. Thayer drew the term ending 1781, and Mr. Tipton the term ending 1869. Ordered, That the hour of meeting until otherwise fixed be 12 o'clock, noon. On motion of Mr. Trumbnll, a committee consisting of Messrs. Trumbull and Buckalew were appointed to wait on the President and inquire if he has any communication to make with the Senate. It was ordered that the Secretary of the Sen ate inform the House that the Senate was ready to proceed with business, and then on motion of Mr. Trumbnll the Senate, at 1 P. M., adjourned. HOUSE. After the confusion had subsided, McPher son, the Clerk of the House of the 39th Con gress, called the House to ozder, and proceed ed to call the roll of the 40th Congress. Mr. Wilson of Iowa, moved to proceed to the election of Speaker. Mr. Bracks of New York Tose, and after a speech, in which he denounced the organiza tion of the House in the absence of 17 States as a revolutionary proceeding, be presented a written protest against it on the part of the minority. Mr. Brooks then read the following protest: Whereas, it appears by the record just made that the following States, 17 in number, are not now represented upon the floor of this House, viz: The States of New Hampshire, Bhode Is land, Connecticut, Virg.nia. North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Tennessee, Ken tucky, California, Arkansas and Nebraska. States entitled by the act of Congress, March 4,1862, and subsequent acts, to representatives in Congreas, as follows, New Hampshire 3, Bhode Island 2, Connecticut 4, Virginia 8, North Carolina 7, South Carolina A Georgia 6, Florida, 1, Alabama 6, Mississippi 5, Louisiana B, Texas 4, Tennessee 8. Kentucky 9, California 3, Arkansas 3, and Nebraska 1, in all 80 Con Sressional Districts now unrepresented on the oor of the House. . -And whereas, of these unrepresented States seven are of the original thirteen that in 1787 met in Convention and created the Constitu tion of the United States, viz: New Hamshire, Bhode Island, Connecticut, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia, a ma jority of the oripnal thirteen. Therefore we, the members elect of the 40th Congress do enter our most solemn protest against any and every action tending to the reorganization of this House until tne absent States be fully represented. Signed by 30 members. The reading of the protest having been con cluded the Clerk said he declined to receive any paper of that sort, or any other matter pending this or any other matter pending the organization oi the House. His duties were clearly defined under the law, and it was im poc«Skle for him to entertain any business in wSShwea Wiethe organization of the House, M,. Wilson of Iowa, said this body n assem bled in pursuance of law. That such is the case is admitted by the gentleman from New York (Mr. Brooks) by his presence, and it is recognized by those associated with him and who 11 ave signed the paper w hich he has read to the House in their presence. Mr. Wilson nominated for Speaker Mr. Schuyler Colfax, of Indiana. Mr. Nicholson ot Delaware nominated Sam uel T. Fassatt, of Illinois. The vote was taken by letters, and resulted Colfax 127, Fassatt 30. The announcement of the result was ap plauded on the floor and in the galleries The Speaker administered the oath prescrib ed by law to the representatives elect. On motion of Mr. Dawes a committee of three members to join a committee of two on the part of the Senate, was appointed to wait on the President and inform him that both houses of Congress were in session and ready to receive any communication he might choose to make. Messrs. Dawes, Marshall and Pouie roy, were appointed as the committee. On motion of Mr. Schenck, the rules were amended by 120 to 30, so that it shall be in order during this week for the House to sus pend the rules. , . ... Mr Dawes offered a resolution declaring Mr. McPherson Clerk of the House of the 40th Congress. Adopted, and the oath of office was administered by the Speaker. Mr. Schenck presented the papers of Colum bus Delano, contesting the seat of George W. Morgan, from the 13th district of Ohio. Re ferred to ths Committee on Elections. At 2 P. M. the House adjourned. WASHINGTON. Bills Signed by tbe President. Message Concerning the Army Bill. BANK DEFALCATIONS. ■■PUBLICAN CAUCUS. Washutoton, Maroh 4. The Capitol is densely thronged to-day. All important appropriation bills have been Jpass ed. Many bills nave been signed by the Presi dent this morning, including the tax hill. The President has approved the bankrupt bill, also the bill to make valid tbe proclamation ot the President, thus exempting military officers and soldiers from the operations of courts. All important appropriation bills and all other bills presented to the President, includ ing the wool tariff bill, have been approved by him. The Senate has confirmed Thomas Russell, Collector of Customs at Boston. The Speaker’s table was cleared of business by the taking up and passing of the bill au thorizing George V. Fox, and the officers ol the Miantonomah and Augusta to accept pres ents tendered them by the Emperor of Rus sia, and the Senate joint resolution thanking the Chamber of Senators and Deputies of Brazil, for their resolutions of sorrow and sym pathy for the death of President Lincoln. The following is the message of the Presi dent, concerning the Army bill: To the Botue of Representatives: The act entitled “an act making appropria tions for the support of the army for the year ending June 30,1868, and fur other purposes,” contains provisions to which I must call atten tion. These provisions are coutaine 1 in the 2d section, which, in certain cases virtually deprives the President ol his Constitutional function as Commander-in-Chlet of the army; and in the 6th section which denies to the States of the Union their Constitutional right to protect themselves in any emergency by means of their own militia. These provisions are out of place iu an appropriation act. I am compelled to defeat the appropriations if I withhold my signature from the bill. Pressed by these circumstances I feel constrained to return the bill with my signature, but, to ac company it with my protest against the sec tions which I have indicated. I .-Jlgueuj ANDREW JOHNSON. It is not probable that the President will send any formal message to Congress, se short a time having elapsed since that of the first of December. Certainly, there will be no mes sage of extended length. The bill which passed the House this morn ing, appropriating $50,000 additional for the Paris Exposition, was not engrossed in time to be presented to the President for his signature. The Commissioner of Indian Affilirs to-day concluded treaties with the Cherokee and Shawnee tribes of Indians. Treaties have now been made with all the Kansas Indians, providing for their removal. No nomination for the naval offioer of New York was sent in in betore the adjournment of the 39th Congress. The First National Bank of Newton, Mass., and Hudson, New York, have been placed in change of the Agents of the Comptroller of the Currency, for investigation. It Is expect ed that the First National Bank of Hudson, will pay all its losses and go on. The Mechan ics' National Bank of Baltimore, will not sus pend business. The directors and stockhold ers are wealthy and will pay up the amount ot the defalcation. The defalcation in this bank commenced twenty years ago, but had been skillfully covered up and concealed. It was brought to light by an official examina tion made by an Agent of the Comptroller of the Currency. Mr. Hurlburt acts promptly and will carry out the law to the extent ot his powers under the law. The President of the Senate laid before that body a communication from the Secretary of the Treasury, showing that the total amount received from various sources from property enumerated under a general head of captured and abandoned property was $34,000,000, of which amount nearly $25,000 remain as net proceedr. Upon due proof of any unlawful taxing of property by agent of Treasury De partment, the fact being shown by satisfactory affidavits, reports of agents, or by other ade quate written evidence, the agents holding such property have been ordered to restore the same to the owners, or the proceeds, if not ac tually turned into the Treasury here. Great interest was taken in the Republican caucus to-night, to nominate the remaining officers of the House subordinates under the late officers, and expectants under the new candidates thronged the lobbies, while curios ity attracted many. For Sergeant-at-arms Mr. Dawes nominated N. G. Ordway, and he was unanimously elected. The contest for Doorkeeper was the greatest. The nominees were Gen. Lippincott, of Illinois, and Captain Goodwin, the present incumbent. Gen. Lip pincott was nominated by seven majority.— Win. S. King was nominated for Postmaster. Pablic Meeting on the Condition of the Country. Atlanta. Ga., March 4. A public meeting of onr citizens to consider the condition of our country was largely at tended. Resolutions approving the terms of Mr. Sherman’s bill and the course of Governor Brown were rejected. The meeting then divid ed, the minority approving Mr. gherman’s bill withdrawing, and will hold a meeting to-night. The majority organized a new meeting, and passed resolutions counselling a quiet submis sion to the bill, bnt characterizing it as harsh and unjust; expressing approval of the noble course of President Johnson asserting that the honor and manhood of the Southern pec ple were left; and announcing as the sense of the meeting that the freedom of the people must not be bartered away for the provisions of Mr. Sherman’B bill. A resolution was adopted that the Governors ot Southern States take steps to test the constitutionality of the bill in the Supreme Court of the United States. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Lewiston. Lewiston, March 4. At the election in this city to-dav, George H. Pillsbury (Republican) was elected Mayor by a very large majority over A. Wakefield (Demo crat. The Republicans carried every ward. Gardiner. Gardiner, Mareh 4. George W. Wilcox (Republican) was elected Mayor of this city to-day by a unanimous vote. Bath. Bath, March 3. The municipal election to-day resulted in the election of Hon. Israel Putnam (Republican) by 35 majority. The Financial Troubles in Boston. Boston, March 4. The Jouraal of this evening says: “ There is a general feeling of distrust on the street so far as regards the transactions of brokers and bankers, the recent failures having brought to light such gross irregularities thate ven well es tablished and high toned houses suffer from the suspicion which is naturally created. The First National Bank at Newton appears to have been completely cleaned out, and many oases of individual suffering are related. It is probable that one or two other banks besides those enumerated have been subjected to loss, and twenty thousand dollars was taken out of one individual whose friendship made him an easy dupe. We are happy to hear that there is every prospect that the whole affair will be made the subject of legal investigation. EUROPE. NEW* HI THE CABLE Berlin, March 2, Evening. Herr Simon has been chosen President of the North German Parliament, The King of Parliamente" a '>an1ue* 40 fh® members of m.. . , ... . London, March 3. The Colonial Ministers have resigned, for reasons connected with the reform question. The reform bill which was promised by the Government will be presented to Parliament on the lltb mat. There is a report that dispatches have been received here announcing that war has broken out in India. Front Havana. New York, March 4. Havana advices of the 27th confirm the re Sorted defeat of Gen. Crapo and his death at (aracaiho. The troubles in Carabobo were about to be adjusted. Tho expedition to sonnd for the proposed submarine telegraph cable, which started from Havana on the 22d alt., had returned with a satisfactory report. The small pox continued to abate at Matan zas. The tJ. S. steamer Oliuse sailed for Santa Cruz on the 28th. The W inooski was to leave on the 1st inst, for Key West. A New Southern Confederacy. New York, March 4. I The Herald s Mexican correspondence says Miramon recently informed a gentleman that the Southern confederates were hand in hand with the Imperialists, and that General Hind man was corresponding with them in hopes that the two defunct establishments might so work together a* to make both a success. Coll for ft 0«av«fttUlt I* Vlr#lnlft. Richmond, Va., March 4. The Governor sent in a message to the Leg islature to-day, urging a call tor a Convention under Mr. Sherman's bill. THE lBABKEl*. Financial. New York, MarchS. Money was easy to-day at 5 @ 6 percent, on call, with Government and miaeellaneous collaterals.— Prime discounts current at 6® 7 per cent. Gold firmer after closing and rose to 139. Government se curities quiet and strong. Stocks stronger at the close ot the (lav. The total export of Bporie for the week ending March 2d was $750,000. Petroleum and Mining shares generally lower owing to Borne extent to the panic In Boston. Havana Market. Havana, Feb. 27. Sugars dull at 7} tor No 12. Molasses—demand slack and prices firm; clayed 41 @ 4} reals, Hay— American in good demand at 4} @ 5. Lard—tierces at 16; kegs at 17. Lumber—W P boards 29 @ 30.— Box Bhooks declined te 7J @ 7}; hhd. shooltB dull at 17 @ 20; molasses hhd. shooks in fair request at 2} @ 21; hoops dull at 55 for long, 38 @ 40 for short. Ex change on London 14 premium; on United States 26 @25 per cent, discount. Freights for UnitedStates— boxes $125® $1 50; lihds$6 50 @ 7 00; outports— hhds., sugar, $8 00; molasses $4 25 @ 4 76. New (erk Market. New Yoke, March 4. Cotton—dull, heavy and declining; sales 800 bales Middling uplands at 31 @ 31 jc. ’ Flour—10 @ 15c lower with ratber more doing: •ales 6,100 outs. State at 8 50 @1125; Round boot! Ohio 10 56 @12 50; Western at 9 75® 12 00; Southern ■ales at 10 25 @ 16 50. California at IS 76 @ 14 25. Wheat—dull and drooping; sales 27 000 bush Mil waukee No. 2 at 2 30; Chicago Spring, common to folr, at 2 00 @c 15. *’ Com—lc higher with a ialr demand: sales 67,000 bush. Mixed Western at 107 @ 110. Mixed South ern at 110; Yellow Southern at 109; Yellow West ern at 1 10. Gate—more active and without decided change lu price; sales 49,000 bush. Pork—firm; new mess at 21 50. Lard—quiet and heavy. Whiskey—quiet and unchanged. Rice—dull; Carolina at 11} @ 11c. Sugar—steady wltha good demand; sales Muscova do at 10} @ 10|c. Coffee—firm. Molassbs—scarce and firm. Naval Stores—quiet; Spirits Turpentine at 7U@ 72c. Rosin at 4 25 @ 9 50. Petroleum—dull. Tallow—quiet; tales 92,000 lbs at 11} @ ll}c. Chicago Markets. Chicago, March 4. Floursteady and firm for spring extras. Wheat has advanced 1 @ 2c; the market for No. 2 closes firm at 191; No 1 new sold tor 221 regular, and 2 27 for fresh receipts in elevator. Com active with a speculative demand; salesNo. 1 al78}@79}, closing firm with tbw buyers at 79}. Oats steady and quiet, closing at 41c forNo. 2. Provisions continue firm and prices tend upward; Bless pork has advanced 12}c, with cash sales at 19 25 @ 1950. Offerings of Bulk meats light but the market is strong. Lard firm but quiet.— Dressed hogs neglected; sales at 8 60. Receipts—2,600 bbls. flour, 8,500 bush, wheat, t5,000 corn, 17,000 bush, oats, 484 nogs. Shipments—7,000 bbls. flour, 8,000 bush, wheat, 1,800 buBh. com, 1,800 bush. oats. Cincinnati Markets. _ , Cincinnati, March 4. Flour steady and unchanged; sales of superfine at 9 75® 1026; trade brands at 11 25 @ 1J50; limey brandj 11 00 @ 15 00. Wheat firmer; sales No. 1 Spring at 2 47 @ 2 60. Com in good demand and closed a shade higher; sales in earat66@57c; shelled at 62 @ 72c, and; 77c In sacks. Oats steady; sales 400 bush, at 52c for No. 1 in elevator. Rye at 124 for No. 1. Barley at 1 60 @ 160 for prime to choice foil. Whiskey held at 26c In bond. Mess pork firm; sales 20 00. Bulk meats held at an advance of }c. Bacon In good demand; clear sides 11 @ 12}c; Sugar cured hams in good demand at 15 @ 161c. Lard advanced ic; sales country at 12}; cityatl3}c; at close difllcul t to cvy to any extent at these rates. New Orleans Markets. New Orleans, March 4. Cotton—quiet; sales to-day 3,200 balea; low Mid dling at 30c; receipts 7,000 balesSugars quiet at 13}c for good common. Molasses quiet. Exchange on New York unchanged Commercial—Per Cable. London, March 4, Noon. Consols for money at 91. American Securities.—The following are the current quotations for American Securities: Illinois Central Railroad Shares 761. Erie Railroad shares 361. United States 6-20’s 73j. United States 5-20’s opened before official hours at 73} for the issue of 1862, and 72 was asked for the is sue of 1866. * Liverpool, March 4, Noon. The sales Cotton to-day will probably reach 10,000 bales; prices declined Id since fast report; Middling uplands quoted at 13}d; Middling Orleans atlsd.— Broadatufls—The market is generally quiet. Calitor nla Wheat firm at 13s 3d & cental. Corn declined to 36s Sdper quarter for Mixed Western. Provisions— the market Is quiet; Lard 80s 6d cwt.; Pork and Bacon unchanged. Spirits Petroleum at lid; refined Petroleum at Is 6d. Spirits Turpentine at 37s 6d.— Ashes unchanged. New York Sleek market. New York, March 4. Stocrs—excited and a little lower. U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1862.HOI U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons,1864.108 U. S. Five-Twontloa, coupons, 1865,.108} U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons new issue.106? U. S. Ten-Forties, coupons.98} U. S. Seven-Thirties, 1st series.. .106 U. S. Seven-Thirties, 2d series.1064 U. S. Seven-Thirties, 3d series.105| New York Central,. .106 Erie,. 64} Reading,.102 Michigan Central,.107 ® 108 Michigan Southern,. 72} Illinois Central,.116} Chicago & Rock Island,.94} Pacific Mail, ex-div.126} American Express. 66 Boston Stork List. Sales at the Brokers’ Board, March 3. American Gold. 138} United States Coupon Sixes, 1881. lluj United States 7 3 loths, 1st series. W6J “ 2d series. 165} “ small. 106} “ 3d series. 106} United States 5 20s. 1862. 110} “ I860. 108? “ small. 109 Riston and Maine Railroad. 132 Western Railroad. 137} Blindness, Deafness, -AND Catarrh S During db. carpenter’s late visit to Portland which closed Feb. 1st, so great a | number of persons deferred consulting him until the latter part ot his stay, that many were unable to do so, his time being fully occupied. To accommodate those and others desirous of consulting him he Returned to Portland March 1st, And can be ccenllni at Ike V. 8. Hotel aatil April 1st. upon all diseases of the Eye, Bar, Throat — AND — CwlT^inUH, As usual. And he would advise those intending to avail themselves of his services to call early as con venient. Dr. C. can refer to many patients in Postland and vicinity, who have been cured or benefitted under his treatment, who do not wish their names made public, but are willing to converse with those interested. ^“Consultation at office Free, but letters must contain one dollar to ensure an answer. Office hours, Sunday excepted, 9 to 12,2 to 5, and 64 to 7| o’clock. feb2Wlm* PROPOSALS Par Dredging a New Channel thrnngb Shepard’s Point Shoal and Hallowell Shoal in the Kennebec River, at Hnl lowell, Hnine. Proposals will be received at this OFFICE, until 10 o’clock A. M., on Tuesday, the tltttb Day of March next, tor dredging a new channel though "Shepard’s Point" and "Hal lo well’' shoals, in Kennebec River, with a view to obtaining a clear channel seven feet deep at low wa ter, and sixty feet wide on the bottom, with sides having aslope oftwoleetto one foot rise. The ehannel will first be excavated through Shepard's Point Shoal, for a distance of about 460 varils, requiring 16,000 cubic yards of excavation, more or less; and afterwards, through Hallowell Shoal, tor a distance of 575 yards, requiring 19,000 cubic yards ot excavation, more or less. This amount of oxeavation may bo Increased or diminished, as the Engineer in charge may direct, after further ex i minatTon of the river. lucuuucruu liiKcu irorn me axioms 18 10 De depos ited in the river, in such manner a may be required by the Engineer in charge, and in such localities as may be designated by him, not exceeding 650 yards in distance from Shepard's Point, above and below it. In making proposals, bidders must state the price per cubic yard qf excavation, with the understand ing that the work executed Is to be ascertained by measurement of the channel after dredging; and, oi such excavation only as has been actually made to obtain the required dimensions: with the under standing, also, that the price elated is to include the depositing of the material taken out. in such locali ties as may be designated, within the limits above named. The work must be commenced as soon as such op erations are practicable, and be completed on or be fore the 20th of November next. Each proposal must be accompanied by a written guarantee signed by two responsible persons, in the required form, that the bidder will, when called on, if his proposal be accepted, enter into a contract and bond, with good, and sufficient security (the sureties and their places of residence to be named in the pro posal) for the true and faithful performance of his contract. The contract will be awarded to the low est responsible bidder, and be subject to the approv al of the Secretary of War. The undersigned, however, reserves the right to exclude the bids of any persons who, there is reason to believe, will not faithfully and promptly perform the contract; also, aiiy informal bids, ut we 1 aa thoae that are above a responsible price for the work • and no member of Congress, officer or agent of the Government, nor any person employed In the public service, shall be admitted to any share in the con tract, or any bcneUt which may arise therefrom. Payments will be made In too installments: the first on the completion of the channel through Shep ard’s Point Shoal, and the second, on the completion of the whole work—20 per cent, to be reserved from the first payment, until the whole work Is finished, and to be forfeited In the event ot the non-fitlfilmcnt of the contract In the time and manner as therein required. Persons desiring to make proposals, will please call on the undersigned at his office, In Morton Block 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 ol Kennebec river." Any Person Building, wuu <H UUJ UIIV ASKWun uiuw, IU mu toruana, on the third Mondays of March, April, May, Jons, July and August ensuing, at 3 o’clock P. M., for the pur pose of attending to Portland, Feb. 30, un, dswtswlt NHCELUaotS. NEW STYLE SEWED SKIRTS HADE TO OBDER -AT— hodsdoits HOOP SKIRT MANUFACTORY, 6 CLAPP’S BLOCK, Congress Street. LADIES, IF YOU WANT THE Best and Cheapest Skirt EVER MADE CALL AND LEAVE TOLD OBDEB FOB ONE OF OCB New Style Sewed Skirts MADE BY US Fnb the BBST STOCK ia the market, and every Wire Sewed la the Tape BY HAND. English Corsets 90 cts.! German Corsets $1.00! French Corsets 175! ALL WARRANTED t A New Lot of Paris Kid Gloves Anal Received Direct! THE BEST IN THE MARKET I A new Lot Real and Imitation CLUNY AND THREAD LACE COLLARS ! Open This Day-At Law Prices ! ty REMEMBER THE PLACE, J. Y. HODSDOff, (Snceeasar ta JT. P. BAND,) NO. 6 CLAPP’S BLOCK, CONGRESS STREET. Hoop Skirts Made to Order. _meb2___ dtf Astonishing- Curative Powers oi Cold Medicated Inhalation, AS PBAOTICBD BY OB. MORSE. LETTER NO. XXXI. As I have in my proceeding letters so fully describ ed the symptoms and pathology of Catarrh, and the various diseases of the air passages, and painted ont their important relation to consumption, and other diseases of the chest. I shall in the present instance, content myself by fhmishing the following strong proofs of their curability. To show the permanency of cures effected by In halation, I will here refer to persons now living in the enjoyment of good health, whose oases were pro nounced hopeless and incurable some years since, and wore cured by Dr. Morse’s Remedies, mostly through the medium of Inhalation. Hundreds of other similar oases might be mentioned. CONSUMPTION. Mrs. Sophia A. Fitts, formerly of Bath, now a res ident of Oak Hill, Brunswick, of this State, was re duced to a very low state by sickness in 1862. It was soon manifest that her lungs were laboring under tu berculous ulceration, which was fast wasting her life away. Her physician thought the structure of her left lung was almost destroyed. Her case was considered hopeless and incurable by all of her friends and phy sician. She was placed under the care of Dr. Morse of Portland, by whom a perfect cure was effected, mostly through the medium of Inhalation. Mrs. F. has enjoyed better health since than ever before. ASTHMA. Mrs. Dorcas Lawrence of Falmouth, this State, was in a feeble state of health for a long time, caused by Asthma, or Phthlslo, difficulty of breath ing, and other alarming symptoms, which caused much Buffering, which rendered her cose hopeless fat the minds of her friends. She was restored to a per fect state of health by the use of Dr. Morse’s Reme dies, mostly through the medium of Inhalation. PNEUMONICA. Mrs. Samuel Hill of West Buxton, in this State, was severely troubled with Pneumonic*, a disease affecting the lungs, their membrane or motive power, characterized by irregular, impeded or painihl re spiration. After long suffering, a council oi three physicians was called. After consultation, they gave no en couragement of a cure. She was placed under the care ef Dr. Morse of Portland, and in a few months restored to perfect health, mostly through the medi um of Inhalation. HEMORRHAGE. Bev. William Leavitt, brother of Mrs. Hill, haring heard of his sister’s recovery, applied to Dr. Morse. His disease was Hemorrhage of the Lungs, which caused great debility. He was obliged to relinquish preaching, and entertained doubts about ever being able to resume his vocation. He placed himself un der the care of Dr. Morse, and in a few month* was restored to health through the medium of Inhala tion, and is at present preaching to the people oi West Buxton. HEMORRHAGE. Mr. Isaac L. Barnes, of Brunswick, of this State, was troubled with Hemorrhage of the Lungs, and oth erwise affected, in 1882, had lost over thirty pounds oi flesh, was troubled with palpitation of the heart, hied one pint a day for six days in succession, reduced very weak. Mr. Barnes was fully restored to health by the use ef Dr, Morse’s Inhaling Remedies. Still enjoys good health. HEMORRHAGE. Rev. Horace, Norton, of Meadvllle, Pa., after being reduced to a very low state of health, by Hemorrhage from the Lungs, wa* so feeble that he could not walk five rods without assistance. Came to Portland, placed himself under the care of Dr. Morse. He grad ually improved until he was fully restored to health. HU weight increased from 121 pounds to ICS pounds. ASTHMA. Mr. James A. Page, of Bloomfield, (afterwards re moved to Aroostook) was severely troubled with Asth ma from a child, often so badly that he could not per form any labor for months together. It was a com mon thing for him to be obliged to sit up all night, with much difficulty of breathing. Mr. Page was radically cured through the medium of Inhalation, obtained of Dr. Morse. CATARRH, BRONCHITIS, fee. air. Isaac Robinson, of East Vassalboro', was se verely troubled with pulmonary disease for five years, with Chronic Catarrh, Bronchitis, severe hoarseness; could not speak above a whisper tor several months, during wliich time he was confined to his room; a large abscess formed on one lung, which broke and was

discharged t hrough the tubes out of the mouth. His physician thought his case hopeless. He was placed under the care of Dr. Morse, and gradually improved by the uso of the Inhaling Remedies, until he was lUlly restored to health. CHBONIC CATARRH. Mr. Silas W. Berry, ot WaterviUe, this State, was troubled with Chronic Catarrh and pulmonary di ease, which was the cause of frequent spells of As phyxia, or suspended animation. He had loot five sisters who died with consumption, and was much alarmed about himself. Mr. Berry was fully restored to health by the use of Br. Morse’s Inhaling Reme dies. AN IMPORTANT CURE. Mrs. Caroline Atkinson, of Cornish, of this State, a widow whose husband gave his life to his country in our recent civil war, and daughter of Mr. Samuel Knight, of the same town, was seriously attacked by a disease of the Lungs, she had fastened upon her dangerous symptoms, by which she was prostrated very low, aud unable to oo removed for several days, aud was given up to die. Other organs were sorious ly affected, and their natural secretions suppressed. In this condition she placed herself under the care ot Dr. Morse. Through the medium of his Inhaling Remedies she was fully restored to health, and is now a hale and hearty woman. has the names of more lhan two thou sand persons on his books, who have been cured ot Catarrh in its various forms, and It is sate to soy that all the above named cases were caused by Catarrh, or proceeded from that complaint. Persons at a distanoe can be treated by letter. Tour obedient servant, CHARLES HORSE, Physician for Diseases of the Throat aud Lungs, No. 6 Decring Street, Portland, Me. February 25, I860, eod&wtt Profitable and Safe Business. GRIST MILL. DEERING’S BRIDGE. THE subscriber offers tor sale this long established GRIST Mil,],. B “uiisnea It Is situated on the great thoroughfare into Portland of the best back country travel, and also to supnlv City trade of Portland, and a good part ol West brook with Meal and Feed. There are 3 run of Stones—one for salt with a Dry Room tor same, and Elevators for Com and Salt—all In good running or der and now occupied, but will be vacated, having “New Mill in Falmouth. If not soli, a thor wjgi Miller witil some capital can have an opportu R on joint account. ^ Apply to EDWARD H. BURQIN, frK?? dtodtf *•’ C*•mmercial St. WAWEB. Wanted, Agents! SCHOOL Teachers, Clertmnen, Disabled So’diers Ladies or Gentlemen, in all parts of the State* to sell those popular Enora , INQS published by John Da-STY, among which are the “Mominii Aia. " “Going to tied" “Parable gf the Lily," dtc. This’is a rare chance for Canvassers. I also want a few more good canvaasers for the best subscription book ever published in this country, viz: “The Livea of the Pretidenle," by Eev. Joliu S. C. Abbott. Ad dress JOHN UANKERNAN, Publialier, 100 Middle St., Portland, Me. mch4<li;tAw5w House Wanted. ANY one having, or likely to have soon, a good House to let in a desirable locality, within ten or fifteen minutes walk of the Post Office, can hear ot a tenant by addreasing the undersigned, who can bring the best of references. Rent not to exceed *400. WeBt part or city preferred. Address “Hot se," Box 816 Post Office. mch4dlw Wanted. A GOOD Rent for a tamily consisting of a gentle man and wife. Address Box 1573, Portland Post Office.^_ mcli2dlw» Agents Wanted FOB KICUABDSON’8 NEW BOOK 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 unparalleled success. To show sample pages and take names is ail our Agents have to do. For Agencies apply to or addre s J. PATTEN FITCH, No. 233} Congress Street, Portland, Me. marl d2w* A Situation Wanted. A YOUNG MAN who has had several years ex verience as a book-keeper and accountant, would like to obtain a situation. Satisiactory lecom mendatlon furnished. Address *‘Q. W. B.” Portland Post Office. f28dlw» Wanted Immediately •-AT THE— New Employment Office ! No 229 1-2 Congress St, MBsst West ef City Building (up stairs.) GIRLS capable of doing all kinds of house-work, to whom good situations will be given. Also LABORERS tor various kinds of work, and CLERKS for every kind of business. B3g-*We are able at all times to supply parties iu any part of the State with GOO > RELIABLE HELP, either as Domestics, Mechanics or Laborers. Merchants, Contractors, Farmers ami others will be supplied with Men and Boys for all kinds ot em ployment Free of Charge. Don’t forget the num ber, 229} Congress Street, next to City Building, Port land, Me. CSOURLAY & HEWITT, Feb 22—dtl Proprietors. Agents Wanted ! rpHE largest Commissions paid by the HARTFORD P(JBLI§flING CO. Exclusive .territory given. For terms, &c., Ad dress M. C. RICH, General Ag’t., feb!4 deodlm*Portland, Maine. Flour Barrels Wanted! ON and after January 2d, 1807, wc shall resume the purchase ot Flour Brls. for CASH, at the Office ot the Portland Sugar Co., 21 1-9 DauforthSle, Feb8dtr _J. B. BROWN & SONS. Agents Wanted ! JUST OUT, Famni and our Naval III* roes, by the brilliant and popular Historian, J. T. Headly, This is the only work on the Navy In the War, ami everybody Is bnylng it. GEOBGE H. BLAKE, GENERAL AGENT, Febf—3mBox 827, Portland, Me. Wanted Daily ! ! AT The General Agency and Employment Office No. SSI 1-a Congress (Street. All per sons wishing to secure gootl Girls tor any respecta ble employment, will tind them at this ohOe. Also please notice. We will send you men and boys lor any work in city or couutry, iree ot charge. USf~ We want good American, Provincial, Irish and Colored Women and Girls, as well as Men and Boys, every day tor all orts ot situations in this City and vicinity. Give ns a call. COX&POWARS. Portland, Me., Jan. 25, ’(ST. JanlSO dtf Wanted. Cfl AAri FLOUR BARRELS, at Forest City Sugar Refinery, West Com mercial, near foot of Emery street. Proposals will also be received for new Sugar Bar rels, and a sample may be seen at tbe office of the Company, 159$ Commercial, at corner of Union St. Iebl2d&wtt T. C. HERSEY Flour Barrels Wanted. WE will pay 30 cents each for first class Flour Barrels suitable for sugar. LYNCH, BARKER & CO., novl3dtl 139 Commercial street. _LOST AMP FOUND. Found. A rSilver Watch. The owner can have the same alter proving property and paying for this advertisement, by calling at 33 Commercial Street. Portland, Marcn 1, 1867. marl dlw Lost! A bundle of small Keys, (5 or 6) on a steel ring. The finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving them at the Store ot Norton & M. rgan, Spring St., near Winter St., or with D. W. True & Co., HI Commercial Sr. March 1.1867. mar2d3tv BOABD AND BOOM8, TO LET l PLEASANT rooms with board, or as lodging rooms, at reasonable rates, at 31 Free street. Refer ences required. feb25dlt. _TOJL.ET. Chambers to Let. OVER W. W. Carr & Co.’s store. No. 3 Exchange near Fore St, that will accommodate 150 work men at shoemaking, tailoring, or many other kinds of business. For Sale. One lot of Land near the head of Wilmot street, forslxty-fivecents per foot; algo, a lot near head or Doer street, about 31 by 55 teet, tbr $1200; also, a two story House and lot on Munjoy Hill tor $2500; also, one House and Lot on Merrill's Court, Chestnut street, tor $1600, that will let for $30u per y at; also, one house on Mountford street, with about 6000 feet of land more or less; this bouse belongs to the estate of the lae Lemuel Tukey, and will he sold at a bar gain. Terms easy. Apply to mchldlm _W. W. CARR & CO. To Let. THE Chamber (2d story) over E. T. Elden & Co’s, Free Street Block, suitable for Jobbing or Wholesale Business. Inquire of T. J. LITTLE, 79 Commercial street. lyKey can be fonnd at E. T. Elden & Co’s Mar 2—dtf TO LET! A SPACIOUS Chamber, suitable for a Wholesale Boot Store or some manufacturing business, over the store occupied by Samuel Waterhouse & Co., No. 166 Fore Street. Enquire of SAME.. WATERHOUSE, j feb‘JSd3\v on the premises. For Rent. OFFICES in the third story of buliding on corner of Exchange and Milk Streets. Enquire at of fice of OCEAN INSURANCE CO, Feb. 25. tf Exchange Street. TO UetT The 2d, 3d and 4th Floors or STORE NO. 30 UNION STREET, suitable for moat an; business. Apply to FRANCIS O. THOMES, on thepremisee. or GEO. H. SMARDON, at Wood man. True & Co’s. febl9tf To Let. FIRST, second and third lottg over E. T. Eldcn & Co.’e store, Free Street Block; also, offices over Schlotterbeck’s, and over Croeman & Co.’s, in new block corner Brown and Congress streets. jant4-dtf J. B. BROWN To Let. ONE Brick Store, three stories, No. SO Union street. Apply to ja3dtfST, JOHN SMITH. To Let THE three storied Brick Store 201 Fore, foot ol Plum Street. Enquire of E. M. PATTEN, feblGdtt Plum Street. Sierra Morena Molasses. 420 5Sl8. j A'MOICe new crop Just landed from brig "Hyperion," for sale by TJIOS. ASENCIO d) CO., M4d3wls CUSTOM HOUSE WHARF. Portland Observatory. THE *anua\ f°r signalizing vessels at the Portland Observatory having expired, mer chants, ship owners and others interested will be called on during the present month to renew their subscriptions. ENOCH MOODY. Portland, March 1, 1867. dijw Portland M. Fire Insurance COMPANY’S OFFICE Is removed to Bookstore ofS. H. Colesworthy, . No. 02 Exchange Street. fel>2Tdlw_ Notice. MK. ANDREW J. CHASE retire from our firm from this date. YEATON & HALF. Portland, Feb. 18, 1867. <i5w PAINTS AND OILS. Drugs, Medicines, Dye* stuffs, Window Gloss. AGENTS FOE Forest River it Warren Lead Co.’s CRAFTS & WILLIAMS, Nos. 6 and 6 Commercial Wharf, Boston. Pec4—TuThStiy black crook. rpHIS frimous Puzzle will be sent to any address I for fifteen cents and red stamp by addressing Box 1215, Boston, Mass. mcb2dlw* REAL ESTATE. ““"“i For Sale. A GOOD one story House and two acres of land situated on the Stroudwater road, about twenty minutes’ walk troin Portland. Has a stable and good water. Will be sold for $2000 it applied for immedi ately. Apply to WM. H. JERRIS. mch4d2w* House for Sale. SITUATED on Tvng Street. No. 11. It is a story and a half House, with eight finished rooms aud a good cellar. Lot 35 by 67 feet, on which there is a ham. Possession given immediately. Apply to J. MaHONY, on tho premises. mch4dlw* House for Sale. 01iNEA,1' STREET, Upper Hall Of the Brick r rout House, containing in all 14 Rooms—ce mentod Cellar, bard and soft water—a good Stable, and } ard room. Very convenient and desirable. .Possession given someiime in Mai cii. Terms easy. Apply on the premises, or to m„r0lUr WM- H JERRIS, mar 2 dtf__ Real Estate Agent. For Sale I hcau. ONE ot the Houses In the Brick block on Deer Street. These houses are built "t™ mosl thorough manner, ten finished rooms in each good cellar, water of both kinds, good store room’ and plenty of closet room. Enquire of E. WALbH on the premises. mch'2d2w For Sale or Lease. The Fine Lot corner of Exchange and Corgress Streets, liO feet on Congress aud 50 feet on Exchange St. Will be let for ten or twenty years, on favorable terms. A Block of Seven Stores in this central loca tion would pay a good interest. Apply to W. H. JERRIS. marldtf New Brick House lor sale, Corner Cumberland and Boyd streets: contains KS'jh eleven rooms. Piped lor gas from cellar to at I'.i.'JllLHfv This is a substantial, well-built house, In a good location, aud is all ready for oecupancv. Apply to w. II* JERRIS Real Estate Agent. Mar 1—d3w Valuable Real Estate for Sale. THE line estate corner Brackett and Walkei Sts. The lot contains over 28,Oou square leer. Title perfect and terms favorable. Apply to W. H. JERRIS, marl dtf Keal Estate Agent. For Sale. A desirable House Lot at tho corner of Hill and Ellsworth Streets by JABEZ C. WOODMAN, Jr., Real Estate Agent, 21V Free Street. feb23 dtf Valuable Farm in Hamilton, FOR SALE. The subscriber, intending to re turn to California in the spring, of fers his Farm for sale. Said Farm is situated in Hamil ____ ton, Mans., on the line of the East ern Railroaf, between Salem and Ipswich, about one fourth of a mile from Wenham and Hamilton depot, and contains about 60 acres, viz: 5 acres of Woodland, 3 acres of Peat Meadow, and the balance all under good cultivation, and very conveniently arranged.— The buildings are all good aud in good repair, with good cellars under the bouse .and barn, well cement ed. There is also a well of good water at the house and barn, with a large cistern for rain water at the house. Also Stock, Farming Tools, Hay, Graiu, Po tatoes, and Household Furniture. This is one of the finest located Farms in Essex County, is near the railroad station, ami convenient to churches, schools, &c., and is Just tar enough from the city to make it a desirable summer residence lor a gentleman doing business in Boston or Salem; and if not disposed of at i mate sale, wjll be so d at Pub lic Auction some time in March. JOHN NORTH. For erms and lurtlier particulars apply on the premises, or to J. N. NORTH, No. 8, Portland St., Portland, feb21 d2w Valuable Beal Estate FOB SALE ! BY virtue of a license from the Hon. Judge of Probate for Cumberland County, I shall sell by public auction, on SATURDAY, March 16th next the following parcels of Ileal Estate ltclonging to the estate of the late CHARLES E. BECKETT, viz: At 11 o’clock A. M., of said day, ou the premises, lot ol land corner or Congress and Smith Streets, extending about 44 feet on Congress an.l 130 feet on Smith Street, with the unfinished buildings thereon, subject to mortgages of about $3,000. At half past 11 o'clock A. M., of the same day, or immediately after the foregoing is disposed of, on the premises, lot of land comer of Congress and Frank lin Streets, containing about 8,000 square met, ex tending about 100 feet on Congress Street, subject to mortgages of 85,500 and interest. Also, at 3 o’clock P. M., of the same day, op the premises, lot of land corner oi Vaughan and Pine Streets, about 220 leet on Vaughan Street aud 143 on Piue Street, subject to mortgages of $4,640 and lu terest. Said lots are located in the most desirable parts of the city, and offer excellent inducements to builders and capitalists to purchase. S. B. BECKETT, Administrator. HENRY BAILEY Co SON, Auctioneers. Portland, February 13, 1867. eoddwtdtd For Sale—House on Park St BEING about to remove from this city I offer for sale my House. No. 55 Park St. It is good size and conven enf, with all the modern improvements, Bathing room, in which is Hot aud Cold water, Gas, Furnace, &c. Con ected with house is a good stable. Po session given first day of May next. Enquire at No. Commercial Ml. head of Hobson’* wharf, of J. II. ilimlen, the subscriber, STEPHEN PATTEN, or of W II. JERRIS, Real Estate Agent. Jan30codtf Valuable Hotel Property for Sale. rpHE Oxford House, pleasantly situated in the vil 1 lage oi Fryeburg, Oxford county, Maine, is of fered for sale at a bargain, if applied tor soon. The House is large, in good repair, with furniture and fixtures throughout, together with all necessary outbuildings. For full particulars inquire of HORATIO BOOTHBY, Proprietor. Or Hanson A Dow, 541 Union st. Fr yeburg, Sept. 2y, 1866. dtf House lor Sale. A good Hoijse two stories, Stable attached, hard and soft water, good lot centrally located—con venient for two families, if desirable, inquire at 13 Hanover or 1!44 Fore Si., J. A. FEN PERSON. Jan. 24, 1867. dtf NOTICE. Iwlll sell on favorable terms us to payment, or let for a term of years, the lots on the corner of Middle and Franklin streets, and on Franklin etreet,including tbecomer of Franklin and Fore streets. Apply to WM. HILLIARD, Bangor, or SMITH & REED. Attorneys, Pori land. jyl2tt For Sale. One Brick Dwelling House for $10,000. One Wooden “ “ “ 6,0tH). “ “ “ •* “ 5,000. ALSO, Vacant lots on Adams, Cumberland, Congress, Eire and Federal streets, from 25c to $1 per foot. Inquire of JOHN C. PROCTER, feb23eod2w Desirable Store Lots FOR SALE, N C01U9IE BCIAL STREET THUS subscribers offer for sale the lot of land on the southerly side of Commercial Street, head oi Dana’s Wharf, measuring 72 1* 150 feet. For fur ther particulars inquire JONAS H. PHR LEY, Oct 18 tf_ or W. S. DANA. Vor Lease. THE valuable lot of land corner of Middle and Plumb Stroels, lor a tciui oi years. Enquire of C. C. MITCHELL & SON, Aug. 28. lr'CC—dlt1.8 Eure Street. Farm for Sale. I WILL sell my firm near Allen’s Comer West brook, about three miles from Poitlund, one mile from horse cars, and Westbrook Seminary. Saul farm contains about 100 acres, part of it very valuable for tillage, and part of it for building lots. There is a good house, two large barus, and out hous es on the premises. It will Imj sold together, or iu lots to suit purchasers CYRUS TUURLOW, sepll-dti 1G5 Commercial St. Bargains! Bargains! BARGAINS! BOOTS M® SHOES —AT— • W. C. MONTGOMERY, JNo, 4 Casoo St. Men’s Cull’ ncg’d tap sole Boots, $4.00 to $6,50 “ “ Sew'd Boots, 4,60 to 0,00 “ Kip peg lap soie, heavy, 4,50 “ Heavy Shoes and Brogans, 1,25 to 2.00 Ladies’ Calf sew'd double sole Balmo rals, 1,50 to 2,03 Ladies’ Calf sew'd double sole Polish Balmorals, 2 00 to 3,50 Ladies’ Calf sew’d double sole PoUsh Button, “ New York make,” 3,50 to 4,00 Ladies’ Leather t eg’d Balmorals, 1,25 to 2,00 “ Serge double sole i olis « But ton, *‘New York make,” 3,60 to 4,00 Ladies’ serge double sole Polish Balmo rals, ** New Yo k make,” 2.50 to 3,00 Ladies’ Serge double sole Congress •* 1,50 to 2,00 Ladies’ 44 Congress, (tor house wear or for rubber) 1.25 Men’s Rubber Overs, f75 •* 44 Are! iea. 1st quality, 2 75 “ “ “ 2'1 " ' 2,00 “ “ “ M “ 1,75 The above kinds and prices are but a sample of the whole S ock. A complete assortment of Misses and Children’s Goods oi the above description at correspondineiy low prices. Tbo Goods offered a I this Kstabllshment are not Auction Goods, bat arc Irom the First Manif.u TORY in the Conniry. We warrant them all, and guarantee perfect satisfaction. We offer them at these price1 in hope, f hereby to build up a substan tial trade. '1 be public arc respectfully solicited to call and judge for themselves. IV. C. IHONTCOItlRRV, 4 Casco Street, 2 Doors from Congress. teh;s d3t then codl w M O IV E V - Worn and Torn Currency and Greenbacks Bought at the Horse R. R. Office, by ja29dti »!• O. PAtslUER. 384 CONGRESS STREET. A. E. HASKELL & CO., Dealers in Provisions and Groceries, AT LOWEST CASH PRICES. ftblMlm PORTLAND, Ms. A BSTERTAINMENT&r DEE RING HALL. OPENING Mondays veiling, March 4th, Ami continue e\ery evening during the week, with a 0pand Matinee - ON - Wednesday & Saturday Afternoons, COMMENCING AT THREE O’CLOCK. Prices of Admission. Low Prices adopted. The entire lower par, of.t,. house will Ite placed at 33 els; Gallery, 25 nee. 15 and 20 cents. Doorsopon at 7 to commence at 7 3-4 o’clock. EF*Thf most Sublime unt! Startling Pro. 1 duefiou of Ibe Age, llie Grand Tableaux of Ibe Apocalypse, A Vision of St. .John, aa by him described in the Book of Revelations, showing what St. John saw when a Door in Heaven was Opened, and ending witli the vision of the The Day of Judgment and the New Jerusalem. The whole presenting to view the most startling and SUDlime spectacle ever vouchsafed to mao, and only tuh‘!booted Disciple St. .John, that Man learn through him or the things that must h°i» Wrath 1‘rei>are for the 4.rral Way of in connection with the above will also be exhibit ed the world veuowncd Miltonian Tableaux ol PAKADISE LOST, The Great Rebellion in Heaven, the War or Ancel» Fall of Satan and the Fall of Man, as de£rib.Tb* John Miltou, in his immortal poem ot Paradise Lost, and carrying out his sublime ideas of Heaven, Hell, Chao* nnd 1'nrmli.f. The whole combined forming an entertainment uni> railed in interest and unsurpassed In grandeur and sublimity. marl dlw* P. Y. M. C. A. COURSE LECTURES ELEVENTH LICTCBE, In the Free Street Church, Weduomlay Evening, march ttlh, 1N67, -BV Rev M OT. A.BARTI.ETTjOfB ooklyn.N.Y. Subject—“Boys.” Evening Tickets. 50 cents, to bo had a, the usual ? laces and at the door. Doors open at 0,; Lectnre at i o’clock. mch4d3t Fair and Levee. THE Ladies ot the Congress street M. E. ChiiTch will hold a Fair and Levee ut LINCOLN HALL, (Muitfoy Hill,) On Wednesday Evening, March IS. Usoful and Fancy Anirles and Refreshments | will be for sale. The public are cordially invited to attend and thus he ip a gcod object. ADMISSION Jo CENTS. March 2—dtd Portland Society of Natural History. ED W. S. MORSE, OF lhe Essex Institute, will deliver a course of Four Lectures on Natural History under the auspices of the above Society, In the Vestry of the First Universalist Church, Congress Square, commencing TIH KHDAl EVE.. MARCH 7, and continuing each Thursday Evening till com pleted. These Lectures will present in a i*opu!ar manner the History of the Animal Kingdom, and will be illustrated by large colored diagrams and blackboard sketohes. Tickets to the Coui ae 75 Cts. Single Lecture 50 Cts. For sale at Lowell & Senter*s, Bailey & Noyes*, Short & Loring’s, and the Door. Doors open at 7. Lecture at 71 o’clock. mar5d3t -- The ladies of park st. society win hold their Annual Festival and Promenade Concert, Tkamday Evening next, AT MECHANICS’ HALL. Manic by Chandler'* Quadrille Band. Single Tickets 50 cents; Tickets admitting gentle man and lady 75 cts. For sale at Short A Lorlngfs, A. Geyer’s, A. G. Schlotterbeok & Co. and Snrauel Rolf’s. mar5d3t* CITY NOTICES. Twl X P.1PEUS l NOTICE. In accordance with an Ordinance of the city, a list of all Taxes assessed upon residents amounting to Twenty Dalian ($20) and upwards, remaining unpaid on Friday, the 8tli inst., Will be published in one of the dally newspapers in this city. HENRY P. LORD, Mar 1—dtd TREASURES. 1867. SPUING. 1867. woodmanTtrue & CO, .Having this day removed to the spacious warehouse erected upon THEIR OI.D RITE, Nos. 54 & 56 MIDDLE STREET, Would respectfully invito the attention of purchasers to their large, new and attractive stock of DRY GOODS, Woolens, and Small Wares. Agents for Maine for Gray’s Patent Molded Collar. Also a fall assortment of all the leading makes and styles of Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Paper Goods, in cluding the New Isiuen Finish Collar with Cali to Match. Agents for Maine for the SINGER SEWING MACHINE. WOODMAN, TRI E A CO. Portland, March 4,1S67. dtf New Crop Molasses. 426 HIIDS. I VERY SUPERIOR MU SCO 41 TCS. I VADO MOLASSES, i«r Brig “Minnie Miller," from Matanzaa, now landing and fur sale by Chase, Cram * Sturtevant, Feb23—isdtf WMgcry’s Whant. “THE PEN IS MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORD.” The Gold Pen—Best and Cheapest of Pens' Morton’s Gold Pens l The Res* Pens In the World I For sale at his Headquarters, No 25 Malden Lane, New York, and by every duly-appointed Agent at the same prices. A Catalogue, with full description of Sizes and Prices, sent on receipt et letter postage. uo'JOd&wCm_A, MORTON. Camphor Ice. OF the game unrivalled quality manuihcturcd by us for the last ten years, we arc now prepared to furnish consumers and'the trade, in any quantity. J. R. LUNT & CO.. mcli2d3t 348 Congress St. Steam Engine for Sale. AT the Brick Yard of the Mrss. & Maine Brick Co., (50 horse power) 14 inch cylinder, 3 feet 'troke, has been run but a lew days, and is a first class machine. Will be sold low if applied for at once, as it is to be replaced by a larger one. Apply to ZENAS TRAIT, at the Yard, or IRA BRADLEY, No. 20 Washington Street, Boston. mcb4dlw U. S. Marshal’s Notice. United States of America, 1 i District of Maine, s. s. i PURSUANT to a Monition from the Hon. Edward Fox, Judge ol the United Statos District Court, within and tor the District of Maine, 1 hereby give public notice that the following Libel has been tiled in said Court, viz: A Libel against the Schooner “Alice T.” her tackle, apparel and furnitcre, and the CAli OO OF LUMBER LATELY LADEN ON BOARD SAID SCHOONER, in beliali ofWilliam P. Treble and others in a cause of Salvage civil and maritime, as Is more particularly set forth in the said Libel ; that a hear ing and trial will be had thereon at Portland in said District, on the First Tuesday rf March next, at eleven o’clock in the forenoon, when and where any persons ime.ested therein, may appear and show cause, it auy can be .shown, wborelore the same should not be decreed liable to said claim for salvage. Dated at Portland this tweuty-sevonth day or February, A. D., 1807. F. A QUIN BY, Deputy U. S. Marshal Dist. ol Main*'. Feb 27— dtd w Blitter ! 7 £> TUBS CHOICE FAMILY BUTTER for tale tWITCBELL BROS. & CHAMP 1>IN, mchldlw 82 Commercial Street. Spruce Dimension and Out S^truce Plank ! THE Bethel Steam Hill Co. will commence running their Mill in April, ami will be piepar ed to till orders for dimension Frames with dispatch. They have on wharf 50,000 leet 3 and 4 Inch Out Spruce Plank, suitable lor Wharf or Bridge cover ing, for sale cheap. J. U.HilLHi Agent, Fob 26—dfw Holwon'. Wharf. Notice. ALL person, laving bill, against tire Executive Committee mr Ihe relief of Huflcrera, are re quested to present the same to the Committee at tholr olliec Old €ily Hall IBtiilfliaig, on or before the 0th (lay of March next. ■ For order. HENRY FOX, Chairman. feb23 dgw 18_0_7 7 T il JBiSPEIN6 STYLES HATS AM) CAPS ! JUST RECEIVED —AT— SHAW BROTHERS, Opposite Preble House. Portland, March 1,1867. d2w AI7CTIOA sAL*:s. JOHN C HOC MET T, Auctioneer aad Appraiser, (Office with Evana St Bailey) NCH. 1 A 2 FREE STREET BLOCK. Household Furniture at Auction. ON TUESDAY, March 8th, at 10 o’clock * w . the pruuiiM., No. 117 Oxford, corner oi^'kM” °1 •treet, all the Furulturo in aald houa. conaialnS,®®. So Ida, Chaira, Bureaus, Bedateaua, Minor?, tSiSLi'd Center Tables, Carpets, Scc , together with the 7™ Kitchen and Chamber Furniture. IsbiwtA E. IK. PATTEN A CO., Aartioarrr., PLUM STREET. Administrator's Sale. BY virtue of a license from the Hon. Judge of Pro bate for the county of Cumberland, 1 will soil at public vcuuue, at the AnifeMtf Lidiaugt, ^o. 2 Long Wharf, in for, land, uu Tharadar, March ill, ISAS’, 1,1 to® iorenoon, toe following pails ot Short nr W*"11*’ to toe estate of the late Win. E. Short, of Portland, deceaaed, via: One eighth °f 'J1® *chcK,I'<'r I.uthcr Dana. One eighth of “cl“on«r Nciiio M. Short. One e&fh of n! *to-nc. Ida L. Howard. One SKtit&Sr’.KSS? One sixteenth <>r the t®.!10011®1 Bottlce. Reed. One alxtoeuth of the wihuon'r „J:1,b®rt’ One thirty-second or x“ Buonaventure. One sixteenth „t the hrtJoSSJS? “ar®u?. Bunter. One thiriy-second part 5i th8 “ch.^ K“U®)' x Snow Bird. charter ot toe brig ^Portland, Feb. 20, ^^^tB^Admnigteator. E. M. PATTEN A l„~ ' Auctioneer* aad Heal Eainie Hrakara, OFFICE PLUM STREET. Fire-Proof Soles for Sale at less than Manufacturers’ Prices. \\TJi have on oasoriment of JSew Fire Proof Satei ▼ V of the celebrated WILDLft MARK, which Mi;sT uk bold within twenty da\a, without retai l to cost. Thev are of various sizes, thoroughly IL» i-hed aud >e bnd (o none in the market. Those In waut ol a reliable bale, by calling eail\ will be sure to gat suitad. For Bent. The Hew Wooden Store on Plum St., now occu pied by us; possession given lust of March. Also—Lot ot Land ad olning on Westerly side about fib by 6J feet. Three storied Brick Store, No. 20* rore, foot of Plum street; possession given Im mediately. For Sale— A des.ranle buil.ling lot on Westerly sided Congress, near Locust Street, con tabling about twelve uundred feet. let-2t<ltf MEDICAL ELECTRICITY DR. Mi. n7 DEMING, Medical Electrician i 174 MIDDLE STREET, Yearly Opposite flic (Jailed Slate* Hotel WHERE he would respectfully announce to citizens ol Portland aud vicinity, that he • permanently located in this city. During the three years wo have been in this oity. we have cured some o the worst terms of disease In persons who have tried other forms ol treatment in vain, and ourin? pitleuts in so short a time that the question Is often a iked, do they stay cured? To answer this <iuest!oi we will say that ull that do not stay cured, we doctor the second time without charge. Dr. D. has been a practical Electrician lor twenty' one years, and is also u regular graduated phvsiciai i Electricity is perfectly adapted to chronic diseases in the form of nervous or sick headache; neuralgia in the head, neck, or extremities; consumption when lu the acute stages or where the lungs are not lully involved; acute or chronic rheumatism scrofula, hip diseases, white swellings, spinal diseases, curvature ol the spine, contracted muscles, distorted limbs, palsy or paralysis, St. Vitos' Dance, deafness, stum, mering or hesitancy ol speech, dyspepsia, indiges tion, constipation and liver complaint, piles—we cure every case that can l*e presented; asthma, bronchi* tis, strictures ot the chest, and all lornn* of feiu*t!a complaints. By Electricity The Rheumatic, the gouty, the laum and the Uz? leap with joy, and move with the agilitv and elasric* tty of youth; the heated brain is cooled; the frost bitten limbs restored, the uncouth deformities re* moved; faintness converted to vigor, weakness to strength: the blind made to see, the deaf to hear and the palsied form to move upright; the blemishes ot youth are obliterated; the accidents oi mature life prevented; the calamities ot old ago obviated and an active circulation maintained. b A 1) I E S Who have cold haiu.s ami feet; weak stomachs, lam aud weak backs; nervous and sick headache: dizzi ness and swimming in the head, wi>b indigestion and Constipation of the bowels; pain in the side and back* leucorrhua, (or whites); fading of the womb with in ternal cancers; tumors, polypus, and all that long train of diseases will find in Electricity a sure means of cure. For painful menstruation, too ...oiusa menstruation, and all oi those long line ot troubles with young ladies, Electricity is a certain specific, and will, In a short time, restore (he sufferer to tha vigor of health TRRTHI TEETHl TEETH X Dr. D. still continues to Extract Teeth by Elko tricity WITHOUT pain. Persons having decayed teeth or stumps they wish to have removed for reset tinnhe would give a polite invitation to call. Superior Electro Magnetic Machines tor sale lor thrnily use, with thorough Instructions. Dr. D. can accommodate a *ew patients with board end treatment at his bouse. Office hours from 8 o’clock A. M. to 12 M.; troiu 1 to 6 P. M., and 7 to 9 In the evening. Consultation free. novltf JANUARY 26, 1867 SPECIAL CLOSING SALE WHITE GOODS! Laces & Embroideries S At One Price. E. T. ELDEN & CO. Jan 2*—dtf 300 Do/. Linen llktlfs. This Day Deceived ! SELLING AT LOW PRICES E. X. ELDEN Ac CO’S. Jan 28—dtf Housekeeping Goods OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, A X ONE PRICE. E. T. ELDEN <£ CO. Jan 2.8—dtf BLEACHED d> BROWS SHEETINGS, BLANKETS & QUILTS, Much Under Price, — At— E. T. ELDEN A CO’S. Jan 28—dtf E. T. ELDEX & < <>V WILL OPEN THIS HAT Five Cases of Linen Goods CONSISTING OF Bleached, Half Bleached, And Brown DAMASKS! Bleached & Brown Table Corns, Napkins, Doylies, Towels, Fronting Linens, Linen Sheetings, Ac, At OnePrice^SFree St. Jan 28—dtt Grover & Baker, Sewing- Machines, AT MANUFACTURERS PRICES, Every Machine Warranted! machine Milk., Thread and Twul, a full AiMrlural. E. T. ELDEX ,i CO. t „ , , iso. 9 frbk street. Jan 28 dtt Packet for Ellsworth. , a Schr. Frank Pierce, Capt. Grant, will IX v, slime her trips to Ellsworth, commenc Af’fi iug to receive freight, Tuesday, March if\ \ 5th, to sail Friday 6th Inst., from Lona waMBiWbtrf. March ad, 186".—dlw* E. €. BERT’S New York Groocls! Constantly ou hand and for aalo by T. CURTIS & CO., «2 Milk S(, The only authorized Agents for the sale ot these Goods tn New England. T. C. & CO , Also manufacture the finest quali ties ot Ceil.’ Mewed nad Pegged Calf Boot8 and Shoes t OF EVERY VARIETY, Feb 7-T, T A 94w*