Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, March 18, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated March 18, 1867 Page 3
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LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH TO THE PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. • Mob day Morning, March 18, 1867. ------- EUROPE. KKWa BY THE CABLE. Arrest of the Fenian Head Centres. ^Ytluntie Oa1»lo Uanqiict. Another Rising hi Ireland Expected Sunday. ltd urn of French Troops from Mexico. Warlike Preparations of Russia. TUUK.ISU AFFAIRS. Dublin, March 14, Evening. Two Fenian Head Centres, named Burns and Ilea, have been arrested in Belfast. St. Betersbubg, March 14, Evening. The ports in the Baltic are closed by ice. London, March 14, Evening. It is stated that the European Bowers have failed to agree on the Eastern question. Kus sia demands additional concessions for the Christian subjects of the Sultan. Dispatches irom Constantinople state that the Turkish Government is determined to con tinue the war in Caudia, and is preparing to send ten fresh battalions of troops to that is land, under command of Hassiin Bacha. Liverpool, March 14. The American Chamber of Commerce in this city gave a grand banquet to-uight in honor ol the heroes ol the Atlantic Cable, at which live gold medals were presented to Cyrus W.Field, Capt. Anderson, Mr. Canning and Mr. Wil loughby Smith. The entertainment was a splendid affair. Mr. Adams, the American Min ister, and all the leading merchants of this city were present. William liathborne presided. The usual loyal toasts were given and the health of the Bresident of the United States drank. Mr. Adams, in reply to a highly com plimentary toast, disclaimed all personal credit tor the maintenance of peace between England and America, saying that his course had been dictated by the American Government. He thought that the magnitude of the relations be tween the two countries was the best guaranty of peace. The telegraph, he liopud, would strengthen that guaranty and might ultimate ly supersede diplomacy and merge the world into oue nation and one language. Mr. Uathbone, the chairman, proposed the health of the projector of the Atlantic Cable aud his associates. He awarded the highest credit to Mr. Field, as the author of the great undertaking, and extolled liis perseverance. Mi. Field returned thanks for the honor ex tended him, and said he would be ever grateluJ for the valuable memento ho had received. He contrasted the present success of the Cable with the severe disappointment the work had met with in the past. He did justice to all en gaged in the enterprise, from the Government authorities down to the sailors and workmen. He said the existing cables were perfect in con st ruction, and could do twelve times the amount of work which was now offered. He therefore * hoped that the tariff on messages would soon be reduced, so that both lines might be kept constantly in operation. He was in favor of allowing the transmission of political intelli gence to the press on both sides of the oaeau at a rate which would enable them to publish full news of the world every day. He promis ed that the working facilities of the cable would be extended and improved in America, and cdoquently expatiated on the future benefits to be derived when these improvements had been completed. He concluded by hoping that the Atlantic Cable would be the means of cement ing the friendship of the two nations, that words of enmity might never pass between mother and child, and that their only rivally would be in extending the blessings of liberty in cither hemisphere. Mr. Field’s speech was received writh the most »-r.thiMiiisf iu nimVniso Capt. Sir James Anderson made a speech, in the course of which bedeclared that had it not lieen for the exertions of Mr. Field the cable would never have been laid. A speech was also made by Mr. Willoughby Smith. Mr. Canning was absent. London, March 15, Noon. Four more vessels of war have sailed for the Irish coast. Fears arc entertained of a rising of the Irish in Liverpool. Paris, March 15. The Universal Exposition will be opened on the first day of April. The inaugural ceremo nies will take place at a later day. There has been « rise in Imperial Mexican bonds in consequence of a rumor that they are to he converted into French three per cent, rentes, Dublin, March 15, Evening. Forty of the prisoners recently captured have been committed for trial at Limerick on the charge of high treason. Arehbi-hop Cul len praises the government for its clemency to the rebels in Ireland. Various indications lead io the apprehension that another general rising will be attempted on Sunday next. Paris, March 15. The Imperial steam transport Noveau Monde lias arrived at St. Nazainc with a detachment of French troops from Mexico, aud $18,000,0(10 in treasure. London, Mareh 15, Evening. It is reported on the continent that Russia continues to make increased military prepara tions. The United States steamer Canandaigua has sailed for the island of Crete. The object of her mission has uot been divulged. Vienna, March 15, Evening. The semi-official journal to-day announces that the question of tho maintenance of Turk ish garrisons in Servian ports has been satis factorily settled. Advices from- Bucharest are to the effect that a new cabinet has beeu formed in Walla chia of Liberal tendencies. London, Mareh lf>, Evening. A general rising of Fenians is expected to take place throughout Ireland to-morrow, St. Patrick’s day. The Government, which is ful ly informed ot the movements ot the Fenians, is believed to be lully able to suppress any in surrection before it assumes very formidable proportions. Emigration to America from Cork for the past few days has been extremely large. Many ot the emigrants have been recognized as being connected with the recent Fenian up rising near Killarney. It ij supposed that the unusual exodus is caused in part, at least, from the anticipated bloodshed in Ireland. Paris. March 16. The Moniteur to-day, in an official article, says Marshal Bazainc and the last of the French troops left Mexico ou the 10th of Match. Madrid, March 16. In the general elections recently held throughout the kingdom, candidates favorable to the government were mainly successful. Vienna, March 16. Despatches have been received which an nounce that the Turkish Government has con sented to the return of the Cretan exiles. The Candian deputies to the Sublime Porte have reached Constantinople. Driilrnriifc Firm. Memphis, Tenn., March 16. A fire broke out to-uiglit on the southwest corner of Howard Row. A high wind was ra ging, and half the block is now consumed. The entire block will doubtless be destroyed. The losses cannot be ascertained to-night. Memphis, March 17. The great fire which occurred in Howard Row last night involved a loss of $150,000, half of which is covered by insurance in northern offices. The fire originated accidentally in the basement occupied by John Lambert. It then communicated to the steam bakery of George Hume, theuce to the grocery and provision store of Fox & Humphrey and the wholesale liquor house of W. H. Connor, thence to the grocery house of Norment, Rottfng & Co., also to the agricultural warehouse of W. H. Myatt, all oi which were consumed. About 11 o’clock the wind lulled and the exhausted firemen were enabled to arrest the flames. Had the wind kept up the flames doubtless would have communicated from the row and a large por tion of the city been burnt. Augusta, Ga., March 16. The business part of Albany, in this State, was to-day destroyed by fire. Loss $200,000. Cleveland, March 17. Tho cabinet manufactory of Fouesteli & Townsend, in Warren, Ohio, was destroyed by tire to-day. Loss $10,000. Insured $3,000. Nonwicn, Conn., March 17. The dwelling house Nos. 67 and 69 Franklin street, owned by Michael Collyer, was destroy ed by fire about 3 o’clock this morning. Col lyer had a grocery stor< in the basement and his family and two others occupied the upper stories. 3 hey all lost their furniture and cloth ing. Loss about $4,000. Insured for $2,300. Now Yoih Item*. New York, March 16. The schooner Ratio J. Hoyt, from a southern port bound east, went ashore this afternoon during the snow storm, on the sunken marsh above Ward’s Island, in the sound. Among the passengers who sailed per steam er Fulton to-day, were Gov. Curtin, of Pa., John W. Forney, Jr., and Geo. Alfred Town send. . New York, March 17. A committee of the Legislature have agreed to report a hill appointing three commission ers to regulate prostitution in New York city, with power to grant licenses to houses of pros titution and assignation. Medical inspectors are also provided for to inspect the inmates of such houses. The Jlorald publishes an order of General Schofield prohibiting tho whipping of any per son for crime in Virginia. In a case before Commissioner Betts regard ing the seizing of a distillery, it transpires that the owner thereof has been engaged in feeding 500 cows in the premises ad joining. Several Spanish war steamers which left Havana under sealed orders recently, arc re ported to have gone to Honduras. The storm which commenced at 11 o clock A. M. yesterday, continued steadily un til sunset to-night, wheu it cleared up. A very large body of snow has fallen, and the streets are again m a horrible condition. Fenianiftm in the Went. Chicago, March 15. Wm. II. Roberts, President of the Fenian Brotherhood, addressed a monster Fenian meeting to-night at Turner Hall. The Fenian regiment paraded the streets amidst great en thusiasm. Two hundred are reported to have volunteered for Canada. One thousand dol lars was subscribed for uniforms. Disbursement and Receipts ol the Treasury. Ueport of the Virginia Leg islative Committee. Change of Sentiment at the South on Reconstruction. — „ Washington March 16. load ileus Stevens was so sick yesterday, the result ot a severe cold, that he was obliged to leave the House of Representatives. To-day, although confined to his bed, his condition is pronounced much improved. Snow commenced falling early this morning, and at noon was several inches deep. The following are the disbursements of the week: War Department, $1,822,760; Navy De partment, $608,521; Interior Department, $1, 177,000. Receipts from internal revenue lor the week $2,317,436.18. . Brevet Lieut. Col. E. C. Beeman, United States volunteers, lias been ordered to Boston to assume the duties of purchasiug and depot commissary. The lollowiug is the report of the committee of the Virginia Legislature recently sent to Washington, made yesterday to the Senate of that State: Your committee, acting under a resolution appointing them to confer svith the government at Washington as to whether the convention proposed to be called by the general Assembly of Virginia would be considered and recogniz ed as a legal mode of holdiug the convention under the act of Congress passed March 2d, 1867, have the honor to report that they repair ed to Washington, were politely aud kiudly re ceived by the authorities, and invited by prom inent members of Congress to make sugges tions of amendments to the pending question before Congress, being a supplementary bill to the act aloresaid, which suggestions they made, and if adopted will materially soften its terms and render them more conciliatory. Your committee entertain the opinion that a conven tion hill passed by the General Assembly of Virginia, so far as is in conformity to and not in conflict with the act of Congress aforesaid, would be recognized by the authorities as tend ing to produce harmony. Your committee are further satisfied from their interview with the authorities at Washington, that a demonstra tion made by the Legislature of Virginia in favor of forming a constitution, as required by law, promptly and in good faith, is having a most salutary effeet in softening the asperity of prevailing opinions and changing the tone of sentiment towards the people ol the State, and that the desire expressed was, that we should at once comply with the conditions imposed. and thus he restored to our rights in the Union with Representatives in Congress. Numerous letters have been received from the South, showing an astonishing revolution in public sentiment with regard to reconstruc tion. The bill recently passed by Congress for that purpose has already met with much lavor from prominent citizens in the excluded States who at first earnestly opposed it. The exam ple of Virginia in accepting the terms propos ed, will be speedily followed by all other South ern States. Hon. Charles Eames died yesterday in the 55th year of his age. He was actively engaged in his professional duties, as counsel for seve ral branohes of the Government in important casus until about a month ago, when ho was overtaken by illness while addressing the Su preme Court. He was formerly Commiquoner at the Sandwich Islands, aud al'terwardsAlin istcr to Venezuela. SOUTH AMEBIC A. Fort Curupaity Again Bom barded. Mediation of the United States Denounced. New York, March 16. Bio Janeiro correspondence of February 8th reports another bombardment of Fort Curupai ty on the 13tli of January, and on the 18th the allies captured one of the enemy’s entrench ments. The Brazilian papers denounce the reported offer of mediation from the United States be tween Brazil and Paraguay. The Brazilian elections resulted in the suc cess of the conservatives. The revolution in the Argentine Confedera tion has not been defeated. The Government forces have been defeated, but vigorous mea sures wero in progress and the national guard had been called out. The Buenos Ayres papers denounce the con tinuance of hostilities with Paraguay and the alliance with the “Nigger Empire” as they term Brazil. Boston Item*. Boston, March 16. The recent financial developments in State street are being investigated by the U. S. Dis trict Attorney, and parties implicated are un der examination. No arrests have as yet been made. The First Orthodox Congregational Church in Somerville was destroyed by fire early this morning. Loss on buildings and contents es timated at $25,000; insured $17,000. The fin was incendiary. Boston, March 17. A snow storm commenced heie last evening about 6 o’clock, which.continued with more or less severity up to about 11 o’clock this eve ning, covering the ground to the depth of about a foot. A heavy northeast wind prevail ed during a portion of the day, uniting the snow considerably. No marine disasters are reported as yet. The trains which left New York last evening arrived here at aboift hall past ten this forenoon. None of the steam boat trains from New York have arrived. John Francis Maguire, member of the Brit ish Parliament, delivered an oration this after noon at the Boston Theatre in aid of the home for destitute Catholic children. The theatre was crowded in every part. The Flood* nt the SotilhwcHl—Great Hoi* fcring nud Destruction of Properly. Memphis, Tenn., March 16. Intelligence from Friarspoiut, Miss., says the river is six inches higher than was ever be lore known. The flood extends to the back liills, a distance of thirty miles. Great des truction of property has been caused and the people are very much disheartened. Louisville, Kv., March 16. Railroad communication with Memphis is entirely suspended, the road along the Cum berland being several feet under water. Cairo, 111., March 17. Great suffering exists at Mound City in con sequence of the indndation of that town. The citizens of Cairo to-day sent up a boat with provisions and $1500 in money for the suffering which wore joyfully received. Trains on the Illinois Central railroad run through water about one foot deep for a dis tance of 5000 yards at Mound City Junction. The levee is still firm. Public Discussion in Connecticut. Norwich, Conn., March 16. A public discussion took place last evening at Thompson, before a crowded audience, be tween Messrs. Starkweather and Martin. Mr. Starkweather opened the discussion with an hour’s speech, in which he critically reviewed the action of the Democratic party during the war. Mr. Martin followed in a speech of the same length, in which he criticised with sever ity the Republican party, particularly their ac tion on the Reconstruction bill recently passed by Congress, ami advocated the immediate ad mission of the rebel States, without exacting from them any pledges or guarantees. Mr. Starkweather closed the discussion in a short speech. On the whole the discussion was an interesting one, the friends of both parties ap parently being satisfied. The next discussion will'tako place at West Woodstock, to-inorrow evening, when Mr. Martin has the opening and close. From California. San Francisco, March 16. The United States steamer Suawnee left this port to-day for a cruise on the Southern Pa cific. Thu ship Edward Muuritns, with the Russian telegraph cable, arrived at Victoria to-day. The ship Sacramento, from Boston, has ar rived. San Francisco, Mar;h 17. The Central Pacific railroad company, on the 14th of March, filed in the office of the Se cretary of State articles to extend their road from Sacramento to Goat Island, via San Fran cisco. Tho survey will commence immedi ately. The steamship Moses Taylor, from San Juan, arrived to-day. A snow slide occurred on March 1st in the town of Kearsage. Nevada, killing one person and destroying nine houses. iMisccllnitcuu* Despatches. Memphis, Tenn., March 16. S. H. Rowland, night clerk at tho Warsaw House, received news to-day from England of having fallen heir to an estate of the value of $8,000,000. Philadelphia, March 16. Gottlieb Williams, who killed Eliza Miller in September last, was to-day convicted of mur der in the first degree. Plattsburc, March 16. Win. Kennedy, who murdered G. W. Wil liams at Brookville, Iowa, in October of 1865, was arrested near the Canadian line in Clin ton county, N. Y., yesterday, and Detective from Iowa wili leave with him for home Wednesday. Washington Correspondence. ,r, _ r. . „ New York, March 16. •n .1? ls, *Pecial says tho Senate bill tonight hul'l>le"ientary reconstruction Thaddeus Stevens will deliver a speech in favor of general confiscation in the South uext week. The feeling against Collector Sinytho sinew tile debate yesterday is very strong. It is said the House will pass a resolution requesting tho President to remove him, and if this is not done Smythe will be impeached. Another Feuiau Raid on Canada Antic ipated. New York, March 17. A sensational Sunday paper states that Rob erts and tho Fenian Senate, are making exten sive preparations for a new Canadian cam paign. They possess 22,000 breach loaders, and it is said from 15,000 to 18,000 Fenians will cross iuto Canada at the orders of Roberts, as soon as transportation can be furnished. Their ob jective point will be Montreal, but Kingston and Toronto will also be attacked. Shipment of Specie. New York, March 1& Outward bound stcamshins to-day take the following amounts of specie: Fulton,$200,000; | City ot Boston, $21,000, and Teutonia none. XLTH CONGRESS—FIRST SESSION Washington, March 10. SENATE. Mr. Sherman,from the Finance ported the concurrent resolution, that the Joint Committee on Retrenchment are instructed to make a careful and minute examination into the printing bureau of the Treasury Depart ment. and that the committee have power to send tor persons and papers, and report at the next session of Congress.* Mr. Sherman said the Treasury Department desired the investigation so as to set at rest tiic false reports circulated for speculative purpo ses regarding the fraudulent issue of bonds.— The resolution was passed. Mr. Chandler, from the Committee on Com merce, reported the bill to allow abatement ill duties on damaged goods imported into the United States. It provides that damaged goods shall he entitled to abatement of duties in proportion to the damage, but must he claimed within ten days of the landing of the same, and must be proved to have occurred after shipment. The hill went over until Mon day. .vlr. Williams called up the House joint reso lution in regard to coin and bullion taken from the Richmond banks. After debate the resolu tion passed. At 1.30 o’clock P. M. the supplementary re construction hill was taken up and is now be ihg discussed. Mr. Howe moved to amend bv striking out the words. “And if the said Constitution shall be declared by Congress to he in conformity with the provisions of the act to which this i's supplementary,” and insert in lieu thereof, “And if said Constitution shall be approved by Congress.” Mr. Trumbull said the bill had been amend ed since it was reported to embody this provis ion. Mr. Howe withdrew his amendment. He then moved to strike out the words, “shall be entitled to all the prerogatives of a Stato.”— Rejected. Mr. Howard moved an amendmont substitu ting a new oath for that in tlie bill, which, af ter debate, was rejected. Mr. Sumner moved to ameud the 4th section, making the result of tlie vote on the ratifica tion of the constitution depond on the majori ty of registered electors instead of a majority of qualified electors, which was rejected, 19 against 2S. Mr. Howard, at 4.50 P. M., moved to adjourn N egatived. Mr. Norton moved to amend the 4th section so that the constitution shall be adopted when voted for by a majority of the votes cast.— Adopted—22 against 21. Mr. Edmunds moved an amendment, that at least three-fifths of the registered voters shall vote on the question of ratification. Mr. Cameron, at G P. M., moved to adjourn. Lost. tlmn nn - agreed to. . Mr. Edmonds’s amendment was lost—yeas, 19: nays, 21. Mr. Edmunds again moved to have it modi fied, so that one-half shall be required to vote on tho question of ratification. Adopted—24 to 14. Several other amendments were offered and rejected. Air. Wilson offered an amendment as an ad ditional section, that the duties imposed by this act upon the commanding general may, by his consent, be transferred to the Governor, upon his taking the oath prescribed by the act of July, 1862. Rejected. The bill then, at 7.15 P. AI., was taken out of the Committee of the Whole and reported to the Senate. Mr. Drake renewed the amendment voted down Thursday, providing that the vote shall be taken in each State lor or against a State convention to form a constitution, and accord ing to the result of the vote a convention shall or shall not be held. Adopted. Mr. Edmunds moved to amend by requiring that a majority of the registered voters shall vote on the question of calling a convention. Adopted. Tne Senate was still in session at midnight. At 9.45 A. Al. Mr. Norton moved to adjourn until 10 o’clock Monday morning. Disagreed to. Air. Howard renewed his amendment in re gard to the oatli contained in the first section, which is the same that was voted down in Committee of the Whole. Agreed to. Mr. Fowler, at 10.80, moved to adjourn. Dis agreed to. Mr. Sumner moved an amendment as a pro viso, that each State shall require the estab lishmert and maintenance of a system of com mon schools open to all, without regatd to col or. ^ Disagreed to—20 to 20. The question was then taken on the passage of the bill, and it was passed— 3S to 2. The nays were Alessrs. Buckalew and Hen dricks. Mr. Johnson voted aye. The other Democrats were absent. The Senate then, at 11.50, adjourned. Republican Miinm Hireling. Waterditry, Conn., Alarch 16. The first Republican rally of the season in this city was held to-night. Notwithstanding the driving snowstorm which prevailed Hotch kin’s hall was crowded to its utmost capacity, and large numbers went away unable to gain admittance. Gen. Kellogg presided, and Gov. Hawley and Prof. Cyrus Northrop, a candidate for Congress, delivered telling and eloquent speeches. The greatest euthusiasm prevailed The Feniau Outbreak in Ireland. New York, Alarch 17 The steamship City of Baltimore, from Liv erpool 6th inst. and Queenstown 7th, has ar rived. The Cork and Dublin papers have copious de tails of the first operations of the Fenians at Tallagh, Droghede, £ilmuboek, Tipperary, &c., but they contain nothing of special note additional to the cable telegrams. Political. St. Louis, March 17. The Democratic State Central Committee has published a request that the democracy in the several Congressional Districts in the State appoint delegates to the National Democratic Convention to be hold in Louisville, Kv.. on the 7th of Alay. Suspension of the Municipal Election in Fredericksburg. Richmond, Va., March 17. Gen. Schofield has suspended the municipal election at Fredericksburg. It is probable that he will do the same all over the State, and old officers will hold over until a now election. Affray. Carlisle, Pa., March 16. An affray occurred yesterday during the election here between the TJ. S. soldiers from the Carlisle barracks and some citizens, re sulting in the killing of one person on each side. THE M1RKE1S. New York Market. New York, March 16. Cotton—$ @ lc higher; sales 4,800 bales; Middling uplands at 32 @ 324c. Flour—5 @ 10c higher but less active; sa^es 9,500 hols. State at 9 10 @ 10 30; Round hoop Ohio 10 60 @ 11 25; choice State at 11 30 @ 12 10. Wheat—1 @ 2c higher but quiet. Corn—active, excited, unsettled and 1 @ 3c higher; sales 216,000 bush. Mixed Western in store at 118 @ 121, closing at 1 19 @ 1 23; do afloat at 1 21. Whiskey—quiet. Pork—tinner; sales 5,450 bbls. new mess at 23 00 @ 24 00, closing at 23 87 regular. Lard—firmer; sales 1,250 bbls. at 12$@ 13c for old, and 12$ @ 15$ for new. Naval Stores—firmer. Groceries—quiet but steady. Petroleum—firm. Freights to Liverpool—steady. Chicago Markets. Chicago, March 16. Flour less active; holders firm and demand an ad vance of 10 @ 25c; sales red Winter at 10 25; common to choice Spring extra 9 90 @1150. Wheat—No. 2 with a large speculative inquiry and advanced 5c; sales at 2 05 @ 2 08, and firm at outside price; small sales No. 1 Whiter at 2 38. Corn in large speculative inquiry with a further advance of 3 @ 3$c; sales range from 66 to 87$ for No 1, and 72 @ 73 lor reject ed. Oats active and firm with an advance of lc: 100, 000 bush, changed hands at 45$c for Winter, and 47 @ 48 for fresh receipts No. 2 in store. Rye unsettled and less active, and nominallv declined 4@ 5c; Win ter receipts No. 1 *old at 115 @ 1 20; No. 2 fresh re ceipts at 1 17. B arley in good demand and unchang ed. The favorable tenor oi New York advices strength ened iness pork and there was an advance of 75c @ $1; sales at 22 25 @ 22 SO; prime pork higher; sales GOrt bbls. at 18 00. Bulk meats quiet at 10$c for short rib middles; 9$c tor Cumberland. Lard active and advanced $c; sales 1000 tierces and 400 bbls. prime steamed at 12$ @ 123c. Dressed hogs very quiet; season about closed. Receipts—3.800 bbls. flour, 87,000 centals wheat, 9,000 centals corn. Shipments—2,000 bbls. flour. 3,800 centals wheat, 2,600 centals corn. Commr.rcial—Per Coble. Liverpool, March 15, Noon. The Cotton market in ifio beginning of the week experienced a considerable decline, and transactions wore very light. Tho market gmdually recovered from the depression and the quotations show increas ed firmness, and an upward tendency in prices. The sales of tho week were G.3,000 bales. Tho market 0}«ns firm to-day; Middling uplands 13$d; Middling Orleans 13$d. Breadstuff*—Corn is selling to-day at 39s 9d for Mixed Western. Provisions—market sieady hut prices unchanged. London, March 15, Noon. Consols for money opened at 91. American Securities.—The following arc the current quotations ibr American Securities: Illinois Central Railroad Shares 77$. Erio Railroad shares 39$. United States 5-20's advanced to 74h. A dispatch trom Frankfort says United States 5-20 bonds closed at 77$. _ , London, March 15, Evening. Consols closed steady at 91 for money. American Securities.—The following are the closing prices of American securities: Erie Railway shares 391. Illinois Central shares 773 cx-div Unit ed States 5-20*8 74$. Liverpool, March 15, Evening. ; Tho Cotton market quiet and closed firm; sales to day 12,000 hales; Middling uplands 13$d; Middin ir Orleans 13$d. h Advices from Manchester are favorable. The mar ket for goods and yams is firm with an upward ten dency. Breadstuff's—The market is buoyant. Corn advanc - ed to 41s for Mixed Western. Wheat—Milwaukee and Amber 13s 3d per cental. Oats—American and Canadian 3s 3d per 75 pounds. Barley 4s Gd per GO pounds for American. Provisions steady and firm. Produce—Linseed oil £39 per ton; Linseed Cakes £10s 5s per ton for thin oblong. Frankfort, March 15, Evening. United States 5-20 closed at 77$. London, March 1G, Noou. Consols for money 91. thi«Mw5can Securities.—United States 5-20’s74$. ililirrn *ra]ntral KaUroad »har<-’s 77J. JErie lUUruiul an^Kir"Jr"' 5S3tv “k»frMddii[S «plamK1l|!4 BS1US t',-day ,5’U0Q Breadstuff's firm.1 Corn 4|a - Provisions—Lard Bieadv nt nna ™ middling American. Pork 779 m SeC8C C°iB !°r prime Eastern mess. J per 2i}0 pounds tor ^trojeum 1* LONDON, March lo, Evening Consols fbr money closed at 91. American Securities.—The following are the closing quotations tor American Securities: u. S 5-20’s 74$; Illinois Central shares 78; Erie Railroad shares 40. Frankfort, March 16, Evening. United States 5-20 bonds are quoted at 77$. (IwlaHXi HarUcu. Cincinnati, March Id. Flour lirrn and in good demand for higher grades at last quotations. Wheat scarce; No. 2 Spring at 2 30; No. 1 Winter at 2 90. Corn tinner and in good de mand, closing at t4 @ 65c ibr No. 1 in elevator and in sacks. Oats iirmer at elevator, closing with no sellers below 54c. Barley unchanged. Mi*gs pork at 22 00 for country, and 22 50 for city. Bulk meats very tirrn; holders asking higher prices; 6ales 100,000 lbs atS(te}9o. Bacon advanced Jo, with a fair ue mand; shoulders at 9$; sides lljc; clear ribs atl2e; el* ar sides at 12Jc. Lard at 12Jc for city, ami 12Jc for country, with very little ottering. Provisions steady. Sugar cured hams at 15c. Exchange firm tor par buying. New Orlenne Markets. New Orleans, March 16. Cotton—active and Iirmer; lowMid«lling at 294® 30c; sales to-day 1;800 bales; receipts 4,500bales; ex ports 5,000 bales. Sugars and Molasses are only in local demand. Exchange on London 145@14«J.— Exchange on New York J @ gc premium. BokIou Stuck Lint. Sales at the Brokers’ Board, March 15. American Gold. 1314 United States Coupon Sixes, 1881. 1091 United States 7 3-lOihs, 1st series. 195^ 2d series. ior,j “ 3d Series. lf»r»J (Tiiitcd States 5-20s, 1862 . 1094 “ 1864..:. 1071 44 1S65. 1074 July, Ik65. 10r>§ United States Ten-lorties. 974 Eastern Railroad. 109 Western Railroad. 138J Boston and Maine Railroad. 132 (Sales at Auction.! Peppcrell Manuiacturing Company. 1030 Rates Manufacturing Co. 134 . Saco Water Power Co. 202 Rhode Inland State Sixes. 99 Portland City Sixes, 1876. 97 “*$77. 934 Blindness, Deafness, -and Catarrh ! During dr. carpenter’* iate visit to Port limit which closed Teh. 1st, ho jjreut a number of persona ileferrcil consulting him until the latter part ol his stay, that many w ere tuiablo to do so, his time lieine fufty occupied. To accommodate those aud others desirous of consulting him he Returned to Portland March 1st, And can be couaultcd at the U. S. Hotel until April 1st, upon all diseases of the Eye, Ear, Tliroat — AND — As usual. And he would advise those intending to avail themselves of his services to call early as con venient. Dr. C. can refer to many patients in Portland and vicinity, who have been cured or benelitted under his treatment , who do not wish their names made public, but arc willing to converse with those interested. S^T'Consultation at office Free, but letters must contain one dollar to ensure an answer.. Office hours, Sunday excepted, 9 to 12, 2 to 5, and 61 to 7$ o’clock. ^ feb23dlm* j CERTIFICATES. Testimonial of A. K. (.rcruough, Fsq. I was afflicted with Catarrh bo badly tliat 1 had a continual pain in my head, eyes very weak, was fast loosing my memory, head w as so contused that 1 was totally unfit for business and general health last tail ing. 1 applied to Dr. Cartientcr in 1865 and his rem edies cured luc. 1 remain a well man. A. IC. GlfKHNOUGH, Proprietor of National House, liaugor, Me. Certificate of Capl. Millie of Ponltr d. Portland, dan. .a, 1867. I stiuered from deafness eight years. Was under treatment at the Ear Infirmaries of Boston, New York and Philadelphia, witlioin receiving benefit; but knowing of cases worse than mine, tliat Dr. Car penter cured, I was induced to apply to him. On ex amination the Dr. was not sure lie could cure me, but would do the best lie could. A course ol his treatment lias restored me to mv natural hearing Any person desiring to see me can do so on board ot bark *• Isaac Carver,” Union Wharf, Portland. ALONZO L. SUUTE. Testimony of Hon. Z. Collins, Union, Me. Dr. Carnenter, Dear Sir,—Learning you are in Portland, 1 write for the purpose of informing you tliat the hearing of my s in, Leroy Z. Collins, re mains issriectty good. You will remember that in March isG5, you relieved him of deafness of fifteen years’ standing, which had increased to that extent iliat he was obliged to leave liis studies and went to a trade. He is now at the Theological Seminary, Bangor, where lie has resumed Ins studies, which, without your assistance, he never could have done. May v. u live long, prosper in your profession, and es pecially cause the deal to hear, is the desire of Yours, very gratefully, Z. COLLINS. Certificate of Mr. A. O. liluiu. Portland. This may certify that Dr. Carpenter, now at the United .States Hotel, lias eared me ot deafness and liisehargus of the head of 17 years’ standing. I hail been doctored by many eminent physicians without relief. Any person interested can see me at Messrs. Blunt & Boss,* Middle Street. „ , , A. G. BLUNT. Portland, Me., Jan. 14, 1867. Hundreds of Certificates received in this State can be seen at the Dr’s Office. mrO DEERING, MILLIKEN & CO., - JOBBERS OE - DRY GOODS, WOOJLiICISr S, Have this dayjemoved to the new and spacious store erected for them *58 find OO Middle St., On the Old Sito occupied by them previous to the great tire. Portland, March 16. tf Spring* Styles Hats! T II £ IE E G I fi A u New York Spring Style Hats! CAN BB FOUND AT PERRY’S, 290 Congress St., op. Preble House. March 16. <!3w SEED. SEED. 750 BAGS PRIME TMOTHY, ilSO “ Northern New York ami Western Clover. 400 Sacks Red Top. 140 Bushels Canada Golden Drop Spring Wheat 500 Bushels Cape Barley, two row’d. Buckwheat. Flax, Hemp, Millet. Cauary and a lull assortment of Vegetable and Flower Seeds, all select ed with care and reliable.

A full assortment of Agricultural Implements, Fertilizer^. &o., For Sale by KENDALL WHITNEY, ,, Market Hall, Portland. March 1G, 18G7.—d2mis K. V. BI RTS New York Goods! Constantly ou hand and for sale by T. CURTIS & CO., 02 Milk St., Boston, The only authorized Agents for tlic sale ol these Goods*In New England. T. C. & CO , Also manulacture the finest quali ties of Gcnls’ Mewed and Pegged Calf Boots and Shoes! OF EVERY VARIETY. Mart—T, T & S4w* MB. W. H i VEMANN contemplate* making Portlaml his resilience, ami Will he prepartii togive lessons in Music and the German and Span* ish Languages, AFTER APISH, 1, Persons desirous to take lessons may leave their athlrcss at I'aine’s Music Store, corner of Center and Congress Streets, where circulars may he found. Hoferi nces—Uon. A. K. Stevens, Dr. S. Fitch, f'lias. H. Merrill, Esq., IV. \V. Stevens, Esq , N P. Rich ardson, Esq., .T. II. Hall, Esq. mehl2eodliu Children's Croquet! Somethin# New! Just Out ! CALL AND SHE IT ! At SewaWs, 331 Congress St. marl4eodlw House Lots and Water Lots —AT— Great Bargains! lOO House Lots AT PRICES FROM lO] fo 15. JO, J5 and 50 els. per foot, ON Franklin, Lincoln, Mayo, Smith, Fremont, Congress Monument. Atlantic, Munjoy, North, Walnut, Montreal, Melbourne, Quebec, Willis, Tur ner, Poplin, Wintbrop, Madison, Fox, Hammond, Laslern I romcnade, and several new contemplated streets. • ALSO. Water Lots on Bark Cove and on East Commercial Street adjoining the Grand Trunk Uailwav, fronting the deepest water in Portland Harbor,* and well adapted for Wharves and Manufacturing Sites. The subscriber being in a feeble state of health, ami dosiiousof settling his own estate, now offers to persons wishing to invest in Real Estate the greatest Bargains to be had in Portland. Enquire of JJIOSKH GOULD. No. 56 North Street, between the hours of 8 and 10* A. M., an 1 2 and 4$ P. M., where Plans of Lots may be seen. marSdedlw then eod3w G^’Nlriimnlic Malls and tttrumatic Iflin •ra* Waters, just received and for sale by J. W. PERKINS «& CO., r no24sNeowd&wly No 86 Commercial St, I miscellaneous. Established 1854. Capital Represented, Forty Millions. JOHN £. DOW & SOW, MARINE, FIRE&LIFE INSURANCE ROOMS No. 28 Exchange Street, POBTLAXJJ, MAINE, Are the only parties in this City authorized to bind the PHENIX INS. Co., of Brooklyn, N. Y., Assets $1,700,000 -and MANHATTAN INS. Co., of New York, Assets $1,200,000 CARGOES and FREIGHTS. ; . United States Lloyds, An association of leading Merchants of New York City for * . : . t s' i , i.. , J- , , s l ■ ‘ ' *J * ' Marine X T nderwriting, representing more Capital than any Insur ance Co. in the United Sta tes, is also represent edhy us. HULL I t I S Ia S , By the passage or yearly placed in good Offices at Lowest Bates. Also I .7*. 111. 'A . ■[ ,K :* , ijc,r f -*'>*•» 'j. i "j,-| J ifI , FIRE INSURANCE To any amount desired in responsible and leading Offices. JOHN E. HOW & SON, Agents. Mar 13— oodlw ins WANTED. Bookkeeper. WANTED bv a young man of practical expert euce, and who can bring the best of city reler encea, a situation as Bookkeeper ei Salesman, where close attention to business will be appreciated. Apply to W. li JERltlS, mar7dtf Under Lancaster Hall. A Tailor Wanted, A Good reliable, practical Cutter can hear of a good situation, by applying to the subscriber at Ids Clothing .Store, Nos. 102 Fore, and 15 Moulton Streets. ALFRED HASKELL. inar7 1867 d3w* Agents Wanted! JUST OUT, Farragot and our Naval He« rocs, by the brilliant ai.<rpopular Historian,J, T. Hcadly. This is the only work on the Navy in thi War, anti everybody is buying it. GEORGE II. BLAKE, GENERAL A GEN 1', Fcl>4—3ni No 8 Clapp’s Block. Wsuited Immediately —AT THE— New Employment Office ! JVo 229 1-2 Congress St, 2«1 Door West of City Bnildlug (up stair*. GIRLS capable of doing all kinds of house-work to whom good .situations will be given. Also LABORERS for various kinds of work, am CLERKS for every kind of business. t=5/~We are able at all times to supply parties a any part of the State with GoOi ‘RELIABLE HELP either as Domestics, Mechanics or Laborers. Merchants, Contractors, Farmers and others wil be supplied with Men and Boys lor all kinds ot cm pioyment Free of Charge. ' Don’t forget the nuin ber, 229* Congress Street, nexttoCity Building, Port land, Me. GOIIRLAV A HEWITT, Feb 22—dt f_ Proprietors. Flour Barrels Wanted! ON aud after January 2d, 18G7, wo shall rosumi the purchase ol Kiour Brls. for CASH, at tlu Olttcc ot the Portland Sugar Co., 27 1-2 Dauforth 8l.« FebSdtf_ J. B. BROWN & SONS. Wanted Daily ! I AT The General Agency and Employment Oflici INo. 351 1-2 l!ongr<-M» Street. All per sous wishing to secure good Girls lor anv re*i>ecla ble employment, will livid them at this Office. Also please notice. We will send you men an< boys lor any work in city or country, tree oi charge We want good American, Provincial, lrisl and Colored Women and Girls, as well as Men am Boys, every day tor all ?orts oi situations in thi City and vicinity. Gi\ e us a call. COX.&POWARS Portland, Me., Jan. 25, ’67. jan3l) Rtf WANTED T EVERYBODY' to know that store 335 Congress St lias been replenished with a new stock of Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boot and Hats, Which will be sold cheaper than ever. Kir'Bdmembcr the sign, California Cheap John. March 5—dlf Flour Barrels Wanted WE will pay 30 cents each for first class Flou Barrels suitable for sugar. LYNCH, BARKER & CO., novlSdtt 139 Commercial street. Chambers to get. OVER W. W. Carr & Co.’s store, No. 3 Exchangi near Fore St, that will accommodate 150 work men at slioemaking, tailoring, or many other kind; of business. For Sale. One lot of Land near the bead of Wilniot street l'or sixty-five cents per foot; also, a lot near head o Doer street, about 31 by 66 loot, for $1200; also, a twi story House and lot on Munjoy Hill lor $2500; also one House aud Lot on Merrill’s Court, Cheatnu street, that will let for $300 per y,ai ; also one bouse on Mountford street, with about 6000 fee oi land leore or less; this bouse belongs to llie estah of the la c Lemuel Tukcy, and will be sold at a bar gain. Terms easy. Apply to wcb4dlm W. W. CARR & CO. LOST AND FOUND. Agents Wanted Male and Female, FOB BICllABDMON’S NEW WORK BEYOND THE MISSISSIPPI, The Great Pictorial Work of the Age! Over 25,000 Copies ALREADY Ordered, and tfie work not vei out of press. Agents are reporting wonder!n success. Those with other books stand small clianct where this is ottered. Q3r‘ Agents consider it the easiest and best selling wont tlie> ever had. For Agencies apply to or addre s J. PATTEN FITCH, No. 233* Congress Street, Portland, Me. marlG dti' Wanted. AN experienced Salesman in the jctnil Dry Gooch business; one who can give good City reference, may hear of a permanent situation, by addressing Box 1018 Portland Post Office, giving real name ami references. marlGtt Dos Lost. A SMALL Black and Tan Terrier. Answers to Mu name of “ Pet.” A liberal reward will be paid for bis return to 139 Danfortn Street. HUNKY H. FURBISH. March 13. dtt Wanted. KA AAA ,FLOUR BARRELS, at Forest OV/.O* TV / City Sugar Relinery, West Com mercial, near loot of Emery street. Proposals will also be received tbr new Bngnr Bar rels, anil a sample may be scon at tlie office or tlu Company, 15s} Commereiul,at corner of Union St, •fehlaliwtt T. C. HUKSUY _TO LUT. TO LET ! PLEASANT roomswithboaru, oras lodgingrooms, at reasonable rates, at 31 Free street. Refer ences required- febafla! To Let. rpHE Chamber (2d story) over E. T. Eldon & Co's, I Freo Street Block, suilable tbr Jobbing or Wholesale Business. Inquire of T. J. LITTLE, . 79 Commercial street, or Key can bo fonnd at E. T. Ehlcn & Co’s Mar 2—utf _ T O lu K T ! A SPACIOUS Chamber, suitable for a Wholesale Boot Store or some manufacturing business, over the stoi c occupied by Samuel Waterhouse iSs Co., No. 165 Fore Street. Enquire of SAMI,. WATEBIIOTNi:, feb2fkl3w on the premises. For Rent. OFFICES in the third story of buliding on comer of Exchange and Milk Streets. Enquire at of fice of OCEAN INSURANCE CO, Feb. 25. tt Exchange Street. . To Let. FIRST, second and third lofts over E, T. Eldon *£ . Co.’s store, Freo Street Block: also, offices over Scblottei beck’s, and over Crosman & Co.’s, in new block corner Brown and Congress streets. Janl4-dtf__J, B. BROWN To Let. ONE Brick Store, three stories, No. 60 Union street. Apply to ja3UtfST. JOHN SMITH. To Let The three storied Brick Store 204 Fore, loot ot rium Street. Enquire of E. M. PATTEN, feblSdtf Plum Street. HEAL ESTATE. For Sale. A FARM IN WELLS, MAINE. Estate of the late Samuel Hatch, contains about 90 acres, 40 to 60 oi - good wood land and pasture, good -^- 2J story House with L., Lrge Barn, Sheds, tScc. The Farm is loeated at Wells Corner on main road; churches and schools near, and in the inmie Mate vicinity of the well known summer re sort, Wells Beach; will be sold low and on easy terms 'to close -up the estate. Those wishing to see the Farm can apply to SAMUEL ELD RIDGE, near the premises. For terms, &c., inquire ol GEORGE K. HIGHBORN & CO., No. 1 Scoilay’s Bullring, or address Box 114 1*. O. Boston, Mass. mar lull m F O li S A LF. A DESIRABLE Double Brick Honse, sinted root, on Spring Street, between High and Park, with modern improvements, heated thoroughly by steam, piped for gas with fixtures; with a good Stablo. Abundance of hard and sort water in tlio house,with about 10,000 feet of land. Inquire of JOHN C. PROCTER. Mar l6—d3w Lot for Sale. r|>HE lot on the northerly side of Peering Street, A adjoining tlio residence of Lett. J. D. Fessenden. Said lot is sixty-two feet front and one hundred ieut in depth. Apply to J. C. PROCTER, ! mariudtf Real Estate Agent, Middle St. Brick House for Sale. 1 A good Brick House oil Maple st, conta:ning Mten rooms. Hot and Cold Water, CAS, brick cistern, good collar, slated roof, Jtc. , Apply to tV. H.JERK1S, Real Estate Agent. JMar 12 dim* " Soso a For a new unfini hod House near the Arsenal. Only $450 required—live years credit to pay for .he lot, which is 36 by 65 leet. A very i-i. .stunt location. Apply immediately to W. 11. JERRIS. marl2dlw* For Sale. HOUSE now occupied by the subscriber, No. 70 Free Street. Possession given immediately. For terms, &c., call as above, or at No. 3 Central Wharf. mchUMtf_Q. L. STOKER. For Sale. THE fine lot of Land on Spring, near High street known as the Boyd lot, containing about 10,000 , feet; also about 50l)^)hu Brick and 200 perch of Stone. Said lot will be sold with or without the material. For further particulars enquire of JOHN G. TOL* FORD, or CHARLES SAGER. mclilldtt FOR SALE! fpiIE Store and Land occupied by Charles Wl 1 A Thompson, at Ferry Village in t ape Elizabeth. I Urn store is nearly new and contains a large Hall, i aCout ttity rods from F’erry Wharf, is the bit* place lor trade anywheie outside of Portland. For par ticulars enquire ol Thompson at the store or of I. W. PARKER, 240 Congress Street, Portland, Maine. __„____ iViardd.lw* House and Lot for Sale Very Low. HOUSE new, containing revex rooms, will be sold for $1,100, if applied tor immediately. ALSO: Lots for sale at prices irom one cent to $2 per foot. Enquire of JOSEPH REED, Real Estate Agent. Oak St. near Congress. marSdtf Brick House for Sale. ON Brou n street, containing Fourteen finish ed Rooms, hard and soft water, gas and other modern improvements. Posssession -riven April 1. Apply to 1>. H. Ingraham, Esq., pr W. H. JERRIS, marGdtfReal Estate A gent. For Sale. A N Office Safe ol John E. Wilder’s manufacture, FA suitable for Railroad, Manuiorturerg’ or Bauk . mg purposes, measuring S feet 3 in. in height, 4 leet width, i feet 3$ in. deep, with Interior sale and draw ers. E'or sale by C. A. & A. BLANCHARD, 105 State Street, Boston, Mass. feblB dtt b House for Sale. % ON NEAL STREET, Upper Halt of the Brick hront House, containing in all lit Rooms—ee , mented Cellar, bard awl soil water—a good Stable, and yard room. Very convenient and desirable. Possession riven sometime ill March. Terms easy. Apply on the premises, or to „ . . WM. H. JERRIS, niar 2dtt_ _RealEstate Agent. For Sale or Lease. The Fine Lot corner of Exchange and Congress Streots, 120 leet on Congress and S« leet on Exchange St. Will be let for ten or twenty years, on lavorable terms. A Block of Seven Stores in this central loca tion would pav a good interest. Apply to W. H. JERRIS. marldtl New Brick House for Sale, Comer Cumberland and Boyd streets: contains ij| eleven rooms. Piped lor gas from cellar to at ilLuc. This is a substantial, well-built bouse, in a gvHxi location, and is all ready for occupancy. Apply lo U . U. JKUHIs, Real Estate Agent. Mar 1—d3w Valuable Real Estate lor Sale. T'1£E <\ne estate corner Brackett and Walket Sts. A The lot contains over 26,000 square feet. Title perlect and terms favorable. Apply to , ... W. H. JERRIS, marl dtt Real Estate Agent. Valuable Hotel Property for Sale. f|'HEOxlordHouse,pleasantlysituated in the vil X °! Fryehurg, Oxford comity, Maine, is ot lUo , - f,,T “* e ?* ? bal fain, il applied tor sooa. Jlic nonsc Is large, in good repair, with lurnitare uuUiufld!ngV "UUi;llOUt’t0i;etlier with aU necessary For lull particulars inquire ol Horatio boothby, Or Hanson & Dow, 54J Union st. 1 r°prietor. Fryehurg, Sept. 2a, 1S66. dtf House lor Sale. A good House two stories, Stable attached, hard ami solt water, good lot centrally located—con u%££ or°,Si“&adrrab'e- 1,,,iniru a‘ Jau. 24, 1867. dtf J. A. FENDERSON. I will sell on lavoral>le terms as to pa\ incut, or let lor a term of years, the lots on the corner ol Middle and Franklin streets, and on r ranklm street,liu lnding the corner ol Franklin and boi;e,.greets. Apply toWM. HILLIARD, Bangor, or SMITH REED. Attorneys, Fort laud. Jylfftl Desirable Store Lots FOR SALE, N C OH ill E R C ■ A L STREET. 2'llE subscribers offer lor sale the lot of land on the southerly side ol Commercial Street, head ot Dana’s Wharf, measuring 72 by 150 feet. For fur ther particulars inquire .IONAS H. PERLEY, Oct IS tf or W. S. DANA. Farm for Sale. I WILL sell my iiirm near Allen’s Comer West brook, about three miles from Portland, ouc mile from horse cars, aud Westbrook Seminary. Said larm contains about 10U acres, part ol It verv valuable Ibr tillage, and part ot it for building lots There is a good house, two largo bams, and out lioui^ os on the premises, it will be sold together, or in lots to suit purchasers CYRUS THURLOW sepll-dtl 105 Commercial St. Freedom Notice. I hereby relinquish to my son, Wallace W San m>i!N, the remainder of hit minority until he bc oornes twenty-one years of age, and t sl.all pay no deblsot his eoutraeUng nor claim any of hi* earnings after this date. AMOS SANBORN. Naples, Feb, 26, 18C7. mar7deod3w* • Notice. IN order to give employers ol Plasterers lurther time to finish work contracted for previous to our notice ol a demand for higher wages on and after April 1, lxt>7, Ihe Journeymen Plasterers ot Portland and vicinity would respectfully inform their em ployers and the public that they hereby give thirty davs tuning noiice ol their intention todemand Four Hollars (S4.00)per day on and after the l-t day of Mav. instead of April 1st, as before notified. Per Order. . R- K. HATLEY, Portland, March 13,1867.—dlw Secretary. Camphor Ice. /~vF the same unrivalled quality manufactured by , / its for the last ten years, we are now prepared to furnish consumers and the^rade^in any Quantity. mchl5<13t now c 3d 348 congress St. ENTERTAINMENTS. PEERING HA L L. Two Nights in Scotland. Monday & Tuesday Eve’ngs, March 18th and 18th, MR* krnjvedy, will Rive hie Songs ol Scotland. •‘'•limamM. Lizzie Lindsay. J oc k o’ UazeJ deau. llaiuc Cam our Uuidcuiau at E’cu. Auid Uohiu Gray. Duncan Gray. Young Lochlnvar. Allester .McAJleater. Boii nit* Prince Charlie. Get up ;md Par tlic Door. Caller Herrin. The Laud a’ the Leal. Scots, w ha hue wl Wallace bled. ' PIANO FORTE.MISS KENNEDY. Admission 00 cent*. Reserved 8«»t» 73Icent,. Galler\ 35 cents. . . fcB^Tickets to Ik* had at tho Music Stores, and at J. J. Boyd’s, ltd Exchange Street. March 14. (ltd in » ^ ..." CITV NOTICES. , * t ^ __ VI THE1*1 CENTRAL Pacific B. R. Co. Having Completed, Equipped and put in operation nearly One Hundred Miles of their Road,from Sacramento, Cal ifornia, to ivithin 1 Miles of the summit of the Sierra Ne vada Mountains, continue to offer for sale, though us, their FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS issued in conformity with the Acte ol Congress and the laws ol the State ol California, upon the division of their lload located in the Stale oi California, and extending one hundred and fifty six miles from Sac ramento City to the California State line. The Bonds have thirty years to run from July 1, 1865, and are secured by a First Mortgage, consitulting an absolute prior lien on the portion of lload above nam ed, with all the Rights, f ranchises, Equlptnents, die., pertaining there to. Tlfe amount of these First Mortgage Boncia to be issued per mile is limited by law to the amount of United States Bonds allowed and issued to aid tlie , construction of the Road, and the mortgage by which ] they are secured is Declared by Act «f Con gress to conatitate a lien prior and auperi •r to tbat of the United tttale» Government. Interest at the rate of Six pcrccDt. per Annum, payable Semi-Annually, ou the First days of Janu ary and July. Principal and Interest payable in United States Gold Coinf In the city of New York. The price of the Bonds is fixed for the present at 95 per otnt., and accrued igiorest trom Joan iry 1st in | Currency, the Company .joserving the right to ad vance the price whenever it is their interest to do so. The Road forms the Western part of the MAIN TRUNK OP TOE Great National Pacific Railroad, Authorized, adopted, and aided by The United States Government. It runs through the heart of the richest aud most populous section of the State of California, connect ing the Extensive Mining Regions of Ne vada, Utah and Idaho With Sacramento and the Pacific Coast,from whence j their supplies roust be drawn; and the Earnings of the portion already runnin g are very heavy, and LABGELY IN EXCESS OP THE X3TEBEST UFON THE Company’s Bonds. Having been for some time fa mlHarVitli the ope rations of the Central Pacific Railroad Company, we are satisfied that they ore conduct**1 with rare abili ty and prudence, and that the ener„Tetie and econom ical management of the Company's affairs entitles them to the confidence of Capitalist*- and the public. We have carefully investigated the t be progress re sources, and prospect8 of the road, an d have the full est confidence in its motets, and in the value and stability of the Company’s securities. The attention of Trustees of Estates, Institutions, aud individuals desiring a long, safe and remunerative investment, is especially invited to these First Mortgage Bonds. Orders may be forwarded to us direct, or through the principal Banks attd Bankers in all pau’ts of the country. Remittances may be made in drafts on Hew York, or in Legal Tender Notes, National Bank Notes, or other ftinds current in this city, and the Bonds will be forwarded to any address by Express, free of charge. Inquiries for further particulars, by mail or otherwise, will receive punctual attention. Fisk Ac Hatch, Baakert and Dealers in Government Se curities* No. 5 Nassau Street, N. V. N. B.—All kinds of Government Seenritics receiv ed nt the full market price in exchange lor the above Bonds. Also IV All descriptions of Government Securities kept constantly oh hand, and Bought, Sold, or Exchanged. By—Old Coin and U. S. Coupons bought, sold, and collected. Deposits received on liberal terms, subject to cluck at sight, Collections made throughout the country. IY* Miscellaneous Ktocks and Bonds bought i»nd sold at the Stock Exchange on commission for cash. Special Attention given to the Exchange of SEVEN-TIIIR’IY NOTES of all the Series for the New FIVE-TWENTY BONDS of IStio, on the most favorable terms. mar.9dlm agents' wantTi:t> ^6it GEN. L. C. BAKER'S History of lie Secret Service. The most exciting & liiWesting book ever published. fPHIS WORK was announced more tban one year X ago, but owing to the attempts of the Govern ment to suppress it, its publication was delayed, it will now be issued, UNALTERED, AND UNA BRIDGED, UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF GENERAL BAKER. It contains a full and official expose of the intricate machination* of the secret en emies of the Union. For startling developments and thrilling adven tures this book eclipses. tiio famous experience* of FOUC1IE and VIDOC'd* The marvelous narratives of Gen. Baker are all a nested by the highest official authority. It will cent am the only official account of the Aasiwaina ion cons] »iracy. A mil history of this great, startling and tei rible crime FROM ITS CON CEPTION, IN THE 1IAUNTS OF VILLAINY TO THE BURIAL PLACE OF BOOTH, baa never yet been ]»I&ced before the public. The work also hilly exposes the Delirious system by which Presidential pardons were and are so readily obtain, d at Wash ington. The morals of the National Capital aio thoroughly ventilated and there are some *fr;uige revelations concerning heads of deparmeuts, number* of Con gress, female pardon broker*, and dis ‘.inguished mil itary character*. Send for Circulars and see our terror, and a lull description of the work. Address JONIiS BROTHERS 4 CO., 607 Minor St., Philadelphia, Pd, marl4d«£wlm Boots and Nlioes ! CLARICE tt L O WELL, No. SO Market Square. WE can and will sell as good a quality ot Bools Shoe*, ac as cheap rate as can be foun t in the city, We have some shop worn good* and others a little out ot the present style which we wish •" dost; out before going into our m w store and will sell them at Less Than Halt the Original Cost. Call and examine for yourselves, opjx wife Preble Street. marl5d3t new e 3.1 For Sale. /r BLACK WALNUT Show f«w., nine and AX oiic-fourlli feet long each, by P. INOliAHAM. Yarmouth, March 15, dlw For Sale TN Saco, a Stock oI Ory «am|s, „|th kese ol 1 Store, in one ol the test locations in the place Bm sines* long established. H. m. James,’ *Mfc ,Uf_ Saco, Me. Picked Vd Atkin. » Picked Up Adrift. It'1'.1;™ "far Mr. Oxnard's Mill, March I Mh. v y Hemlock Inns, which the uw-t&J111"* 0n H' F- **PBV> « the Mill. ^•r c>«,ks, Cold* and Caa«*"P,,«*“» _ rty the old and well known VEOKTABI.Ii XVI..H01ARV HA E,*A W,aj>pro»cd and use<l oy our ohlttl niulmottn-lrbrale,/ rhyueittnt lor lori.v rears past. Get tlie genuine. „ I REED.UUTLEB* CO., '"“I®?’**’ decXtesdAwem Tdosten. Proprietor. I AUCTION SALES. B. *1. PATTEN A CO., inlumn, office plum Street. Farm in Scarboro’ at Auction, ON WEDNESDAY, March If), at 5 P.M., on the premie. will bo Mold w ithout resci ve, Uie Farm adjoining the Town Houhu lot in Scai'bofo', known its the CoolUfotli bairn, being about six uiiica tVulii Portland. It conUiim uUhu 35 acres under good iruliivauioii, cuts about 15 toils Hav, bun a young Di ehard ol (trailed hiuit, with pleiny ol Wood and Water. Dull dugs consist ol ^.otni bouse and out building*. .Also about eight acres ol good 4. ms* L-uid ailjeiniug 111 - above. Sold iree oi all incuiu- . br nice. For particulars call ou the auctioneer*. marUdtd Valuable A Productive Par in, ‘|N lOiKILTU.V, alT AUCTION. V171LL 1>E SOLD onilie premise* to the Ugliest ▼ v bidder, without reserve, on Tiil'bki».\v, March 21st. at It o’clock, A. M., the present owner intending io return to California : ti rilut.valuUdc FARM, situated in Hamilton, on roati* between Sal. ni and, about tf.n 01 a from the Weitbam aim llai. il (*0 afTM^Vun1 lc Eastern Railroad, containing about i‘t lifni nV, J»fc» pasture, ami woodland, ail iu u con lain5 itVi t rim ^iLJ*,lj' tw« »U>r> Dw ciliug llouso. M?hT wuh a™CJ■r,"'mr’ fled, Ac., .1 With tile house!4**® cul€rn 101 rai,‘ w*k'r» connected StaWo'c“rru^utu^.C™1ue4‘>,'t }"*« Baru, anil ly new. All lie l.uiu',,4"1.p ul:a,h''''. all near built in the very best matiiJr L»{ ***£lwct ‘ rder u,ul ellars both being i horUUiiuJ* <J&1n^d“® nSf barn uiml a large i(uaui ty of cm,,,’,. Iber“ a,r“ premiere. Tne Stock and wllli V.rect ul"-n the dition anil ready tor usu tin,, ,,ni”Ijeneet cou IiHmodiat«ly artor the val. of u,, Kurni ... , gold all the stock and u.ola will, ail t " grain, potatoes, Ac., 2 horses, I cow», 4 heliem ckS,. hogs. »0 liens one carriage and pole, «,le mark!? wagon, mowing machine, ploughs, one hay warn n horse cart, one double harness, cart harnetweM, Also, all the household luiniture, consi*tirg chairs, tables, carpets, one chamber sett, tedsiead* spring beds one superior parlor organ, in pertect or der, inaftrusses, stoves, Ao., At. This is one of the ..nest located iarms in Essex County, it liing situated on the main road between Salem and Ipswich, about one quarter of a mile from the 1 ailroad Depot, and convenient to churches, schools, ac.. an. 1 is jus* tor • viough from the city to make it a desirable summer residence tor a gentleman ih 'ug bU'inessiu Doslou or Salem. Terms easy and made known at solo. JOHN NORTH. WM. ARCHER, Auct'r. March 15. dlw E. SI. PATTEN A t'O., AHCtieurerNf PLUM STREET. Administrator's Sale. BY virtue of * license from ihe Hon. Jutlgo of Pro bate iU the cuuuijr of CuiubeiUutl, 1 will (toll at public volume, at the Nlerchnota’ Exchange, No. 2 Loug Wharf, iu Portland, on ThurMday, Iflareh 21, 1807, at 11 o’clock In the forenoon, the following parts ot vessels belonging to the estate of the late Win. K. Short, of Portland, deceased, viz: One eighth of the schooner Luther Dana. One eighth of the schooner Nellie M. Short. Oue eighth of the schooner Ida L. Howard. . One eighth of the schooner Village Belle. One sixteenth of the schooner Louie s. Heed. One sixteenth of the schooner Adalbert. Oue sixteenth of the schooner Burma venture. One thirty-second of ihe sehoouer Marcus Hunter. One sixteenth of the hrig Caroline FJ Kcliev. One thirty-second part of the charter ot the brig Snow Bird. Unless the same should be disposod of previously at private sale. Terms favorable. P. S. MERRILL, Administrator. Portland, Feb. 20,1867. nichlu3w&w3w B. HI. PATTEN 4 CO., Anetianeern, PLUM STREET. Grist Mill on Deering’s Bridge at Anciion. ON TUESDAY, March 26th, at 3 o’clock, on the premises, (unless previously disposed of at private sale,) will l>e sold without reserve, the long j established Hill on l>eering*s Bridge. It Is I situated on the groat thoroughfare into Portland ot the best back, country travel, and also to supply City trade of Portland, anda good part of Weotb.ook with Me alt and Feed. There are three run, one tbr Salt, with a Dry Room for same, and Eleva tors for Corn and Salt, and all in good running order. Terms oj»u. For particulais call on EDVV. 11. BURGIN, in hd9td 120 Commercial street. Valuable Meal Estate FOR SALE ! BY virtue of a license ftvm flic Hon. Judge Of Probate for »Cumberland Cotiniy, 1 shall sell by public auction, on SATUttl>Ak, March Jttb next the following parcels of Rcai Esuue belonging to the estate of the late CHARLES E. BECKETT, viz: At 11 o’clock A. M., of said day, on the premises, lot ol land corner oi L'oiig>erx» and Smith Streets, extending anoul 11 lee£ on Congress and 130 feet on Smith Street, with the untinished bniluings i Keren, subject to mortgages of ainmt $3.0 o. At hall past ii o’clock A. M., of the same day, or immediately alter the loregoiug is disposed of, on the premises, lot of land corner of Congress and Frank lin Streets, containing about 8,000 square icet, ex tending about 1 ‘*6 leet. on Congress sued, subject to mortgages of and interest. Also, at 3 o’clock P. 2d., oi the same day, on the premises, lot of land coi :*er ol Vaughan and Pine streets, about 220 leet on Vaughan Street and 143 on Pine Street, subject to nmlgliffll of $l,64u and In teract. Said lots arc located in the most desirable parts of the city, and oiler excellent inducements to builders nnd capitalists to purchase. S. B. BECKETT, Administrator. ilENBY HALLEV A SUN, Auctioneers. Portland, February 13,18o7. * tUwtd Sale of Timber Lands for Bates* College. Land Oefice. i Bangor, Marcli 7. 18f7.) VfOTICE La hereby gbwi, iu puis -once of “ Kc Xl solve to carry into enecl chapter two hundred eighty-tour ol the Resolves of eighteen hundred six ty-four in f ivor of r.’.atcs’Colltge,” approved Febru ary 2s, lbo7, that townships minibeied s, Range 17 and 10 Range 17 W L L si. situated upou the Upper Saint John River, excepting the South-, nst quarter or the last named township, will be otttred tor sale by public auction lor the benefit of said College, at the Land Office in Bangor, on Wednesday the 11th day of September next, at 12 o’clock, noon. one third cash and satisfactory notes payable in on and two > ears, secured by inorfgage on prem ises, w ill be received .it payment. ISAAC R. CLARK, mars, it Sept 11, Land Agent. JOHN CROCKETT, Auctioneer and Appraiser, (office with Evana & Bailey) mr7 NO2. 1 & 2 FREE STREET BLOCK, tf MEDICAL ELECTRICITY DR. W. N. DEWING, [Medical Electrician 174 MIDDLE STREET, Nearly Opposite Ihe Tailed States Hate WHERE lie would respectfully aunoenee to citizen* of Pori bind and vicinity, that he I permanently located in this city. During the threa year* we have bceu in thin city, we have cured inituo ot the worst tornis of disease in persons wlio have tried other forms ol treatment In vain, and curing patients in so short a time that the i;jestion is open asked, do they stay cured'/ To answer i liis questioi we will say that all that do not slay cured, we doctor the second time without charge. Dr. D. has been a practical Electrician tor tfcenty one years, and is also a regular graduated i.livsiciui Electricity is pcriectly adopted to chronic diseases ia the form ol nervous or sick headache; ncurtugia it the head, neck, or extremities; consumption "nhei ill the acute stages or where the lungs arc not full, involved; acute or chronic rheumatism scrofula, hip diseases, white swellings, spinal disease s, curvuture of tlic spine, contracted muscles, ui.inrtrd limbs, palsy or paralysis, St. Vitas' Danee. deafness, slam. iiicnng or hesitancy ul speech, dv*i>epiiia, indiges tion, constipation uud liver complaint, ;,ih*>_we turi every case that can be presented; asthma, bronchi tis, strictures m the chest, and all lories of female complaints. By Electricity The Rheumatic, the gouty, the lame and the lazy leap with joy, and move with the agility and elastic ity of youth; the heated brain is cooled; the tVii-t bitten limbs restored, the uncouth deformities re. moved; la, nines* converted to vigot, weakness to strength; the blind made to »ee, the deal to near and the palsied torn, to move upright; the blemishes ot youth are obliterated; the Aceiin.s rs ot mature hie prevented; the calamities ol old age ohviaied and an active circulation maintained L A U I US * Who have cold bonus ana leet; weak stomachs, 1am and weak backs; nervous and sick Headache, On vi nes* and swimming in the head, with indigestion and constipation ol the bowel*; pain ia the side and back; leueorrhma, lor whites); lading of ihe womb with in ternal cancei-s; tumors, polypus, and a)) that long train ol diseases will hnd In Electricity u sure means of cure. For paintui menstruation, too ... hose menstruation, ami all oi those long line ol troubles with young ladies. Electricity is a certain specific, and will, in a short time, restore the sufferer to the vigor oi health TEETH I TEETH! TEETH 5 Dr. D. still continues to Extract Teeth by Klkc tiucity without pain, persoiw havingdecaved teeth or stomps they wish to have removed Ihr reset ting he would give a polite invitation to call. Superior Electro Magnetic Machines tor sale for faintly use, with thorough instructions. Dr. I) cun accommodate o ew patients with board end treatment at his house. . ‘i'hee,>oui-s from 8 o'clock A. it. to 12 M.; from to OP. M , aud 7 to 9 in the evemug Consultation tree. oovltl Jt'JbJll TIJLIXKMtS. OAA TOWS Cumberland Pur© Raw Bone Phot, of Lime. 50 Tons Coe’s Plmsphute of Lime. 25 Tons E. F. Coo’s Phosphate of Lime. 20 Tons Lloyd's Phosphate of Lime, fioo Barrels /.oji poudrettc. 300 Barrels Littletield's Poudrettc. 100 Barrels Fish Guano. "For sale at Manufacturer^ Prices, by KENDALL A WHITNEY. Fch 8.1867. . ■ WMHnihi Tilton <t McFarland, IVsirc to call tlie attention to the fact that more tha 4 O %^**3SrJ2S5? PR0TELTTON>«* FIRST RATE SAFE, At a MODERATE PRICE, will please call on EMERY & WATERHOUSE, Middle Street. Portland, Or at HO Muilbnry Street, Bouon* Hr“Secoml-hftnd RafVs taken In exchange for sale. Jan 15— SNlstw iu each nio&sdv remainder of time. Splriirp of Good*. ffiSSffSJSLJS . —.ion oftho Kot cnite Laws. at inO Fore »t. 1 case (12 bottle*p January 3, • Portland Harbor,one boat cotain Brandy j J^ W*n k and m p>8 ola cUln F,.b |IlR abo« r A Chase, 3.50 Cigars, 2 b uries 2, on ^ b o oil lH»ar<l steamer New Brunswick, two .ankutii NntweW} Feb 18, on Whart landed from ELor ifvi»erion, one bhl Molasses; Feb 2*, on b iird hri^ Emiorus2 halt bids Molasses; Mcli 11. at li* Fore street, four kegs Spirits; Mch 12 at If* Fore st., one piece 16$ yards Silk, nine Silk ILindkercliieie, ten prs Kid Gloves. Any person or persons claiming the •*m§arare 1 nested to apiic*r and mave such ••lalro ■•ithin twenty avs from the date hereof, othorwis; the Said ;.»wls rill be disposed of in accordance with the Acta of Con gress in such esses made anti provided. ISRAEL WASHBUBH, Jm., Collsstor, Portland, Mch 14,1866. dlawaw