Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, March 19, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated March 19, 1867 Page 3
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LATEST news V TELEGUAl’H TO TliE POBTitNB DA1LV PRESS. ----- Tuesday ^)ningi MaIoh lg> i8G7i XLTH 00NGRRs_FIEgT 8£saiON ^ \8ungton, March 18. FtL^S* PrC8BIl^'je credentials of P. vak., tw V?<!Uf °r ° !,0t .V’1" Maryland, and aaked that they be read and <x Thomas sworn Mr Howard moved referem to the Judic iary Committee. Mr. Johnson opposed reference awd vouched for Thomas’ loyalty, etc. Mr. Howard said lie knew little oHr. Thom as personally, but the matter common rumor that he sympathized with th* rebellion in the late civil war, and performed an act tenmng to give aid and comfort to tho rebels. Mr. Johnson explained and denied the^tate luent in reference to the reported transbr Gf Government funds made by Thomas while Vc retary of the Treasury in lHf»0 to bring th»m within the i*each of the rebels. u Mr. Howard said his objection to Mr. Thorns w“ lanpuwe. attributed to him in a speech made after his election. He was V* have said that tho Senate had done power to dissolve the CTrion bv war they had tailed, and were now * ?r>ln wlucI‘ destroy it by legislation. attempting to 1 he debate on Mr. Howard’s motion to -Ued u.lltil 3 o’clock, when, on motion oi Mr. Crimes, its further consideration was postponed until to-morrow. A number of memorials were presented and referred. Mr. Pomeroy’s bill for fix' consolidation of the Indian tribes and t-bc erection of a quali fied territorial government fofthe Indians was referred to the Committee ou Foreign Affairs. Mr. Fowler called up the joint resolution di recting the Secretary of War to furnish the State Government of Tennessee with arms and equipments for 25,000 militia, which was passed. Mr. Trumbull called up the supplementary reconstruction bill, the question being on con currence in the House amendments. The first amendment was agreed to. The second amend ment, which requires a majority of all regis tered voters to adopt a State Constitution in stead of a majority of the votes cast, as provid ed in the Senate bill, gave rise to a debate, and the House amendment was disagreed to. The next House amendment, iu reference to false swearing, was agreed to. The bill now goes back to the House for action on the disagree ing amendment. l he .Semite went into an executive session, and soon after adjourned. HOUSE. Messrs. Ela and Stevens, two of the newly elected members from New Hampshire, ap peared and took their seats. The Speaker proceeded to call the States for hills and joint resolutions for reference. A number of bills and resolutions were in troduced and referred. Among them, offe by Mr. Randall, authorizing the issue of treasury notes not bearing interest, to bo used in pro viding a sinking fund for the extinguishment of the national debt. This is the same bill as Mr. Randall reported last session from the Committee on Banking aud Currency. By Mr. Hooper, to amend the national currency act, being the same bill reported by him in De cember; by Air. Aieyers, the French spoliation bill; by Mr. Williams, of Indiana, to suspend the act of April 12,1H06, authorizing the Secre tary of the Treasury to caucel four nullions of treasury notes monthly; by Mr. Upson, au thorizing the payment of the reward offered by the President in April, 18G.3, for the capture of Jeff Davis. Ou motion of Air. Banks, the President was requested to communicate information as to the result ot the trials of citizens of the United States in Canada under the charge of com plicity in the so-called Fenian invasion; also the latest official information as to the with drawal of the French troops from the Mexican Republic. In reply to a question by Air. Wood, Air. Banks stated that the Committee on Foreign Affairs had considered Air. Wood’s resolution in regard to the Irish revolution, that other meetings would be held, and before the ad journment ho should make a statement on the question. Ou motion of Air. Wilson, of Iowa, the House proceeded to business on the Speaker’s table. The Senate’s concurrent resolution amend ing the 19th joint rule, so as to prevent the sale or use of liquor in the Capitol building or grounds, was adopted. The Senate concurrent resolution in refer ence to an investigation into the affairs of the Treasury Department by the Joint Committee on Retrenchment was taken up, and ufter a short debate agreed to. At 2.15 P. Al. the Senate substitute for the House supplementary reconstruction hill was taken up. Air. Wilson, of Iowa, from the Judiciary Committee, moved to amend the first section by adding to the prescribed oath a clause that the person proposing to vote has never been a member of any State Legislature, nor held any executive or judicial office in auy State, aud afterwards engaged in the insurrection or re bellion against the United States, or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof. Agreed to. Mr. Wilson, also moved to amend the fifth section by striking out the words requiring that the_ votes cast be at least one half of all the registered voters voting ujhiu the question ot ratification. Agreed to. Air. Wilson also moved an amendment to the sixth section, adding "that any person know ingly taking aud subscribing to the oath falsely should he subject to all the pains and penalties of perjury. Agreed to. Air. Garfield and others desired to ofler amendments, but Air. Wilson insisted on the grevious question, and under its operation tile mate amendment, as amended, was concurred in. The Senate amendment to the joint resolu tion in reference to the coin and bullion claimed by the Itichmond hanks was concurred in. The Senate joint resolution providing for the necessary surveys lor a ship canal between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, for militarv, naval and commercial purposes, was next taken up and passed. Mr. Thomas offered a resolution, providing that the testimony taken by the Judiciary Committee of the last House concerning public affairs in Maryland, now in the custody of the Clerk of the House, lie committed to the Com mittee on the Judiciary with instructions to complete the inquiry Also, to enquire wheth er the people of Maryland have a State Gov ernment republican in form, and such as Con gress can consistently with tbo Constitution recognize and guarantee. Adopted. Mr. Schenck asked leave to introduce a joint resolution suspending all payments for slaves drafted or received as volunteers into the mili tary service. Objection being made, the rules were suspended and the resolution passed. Mr. Kelley introduced a joint resolution fix ing the duty ou umbrellas, parasols and sun shades imported from foreign countries, when made of silk, at no lower rate of duty than that now imposed on piece and dressed silk, sixty per cent, ad valorem; and when made of other material titan silk, fifty per cent, ad va lorem ; also on wire spiral furniture springs, two cents per pound and fifteen per cent, ad valorem. Passed. Mr. Washburnc, of Wisconsin, introduced a joint resolution directing that the money amounting to several millions of dollars, the proceeds of property captured during the re bellion, be covered by a warrant in the United States Treasury, so that it cannot be used to pay the claims of former owners without the consent of Congress. Passed. The Speaker announced the Committee on Public Expenditures, as followsMessrs. Hurlburt, Broomall, Hubbard of Iowa. Plants, Broinwall, Coburn, Peters, Tqbcr aud NoelL Mr. Blame introduced a hill toexempt wrap ping paper made ot wood from an internal tax, which, on the suggestion of Mr. Garfield, was also made to apply to wrapping paper made from corn stalks, and passed, At a quarter to 4 o’clock the House adjourned Ri«l in New York — Severn! Policemen Injured. New York, March 18. During the passage of the procession of the Irish societies to-day, a truckman in endeavor ing to removo his team from the route, accord ing to orders from the police, was deemed too slow in his motions by the members of one of the societies who made a serious attack upon him. The police endeavored to protect the truckmau, when the Irish attacked them and drove them off. Being re-inlorced, the police endeavored to make some arrests, when they were attacked by large masses of the Irish, who seriously wounded some fifteen of the officers. Larger re-inforeemeuts arriving to succor the police, their assailantsiwithdrew.— Later in the day several persons were taken out of the procession and carried to a station house. The above occurred mostly in Grand and Pitt streets. Subsequently another quite serious melee took place on East Broadway, occasioned by the police arresting a rioter, two officers being badly injured. One of the Irish Marshals, named Clark, was arrested for at tempting to kill a policeman with a sword.— Capt. Heims, of the police, was badly wound ed. All sorts of weapons were used by the IriBh, iucluding bludgeons, clubs, swords, pis tols, muskets, etc. EUROPE. NKWM B V THU CABLE. , Dublin, March 17. The fears that the Fenians would attempt another rising to-day have not been realized_ Dispatches Irora all parts of Ireland report that the country is quiet.' Frequent arrests are made by the police in the disaffected dis tricts. Liverpool, March 17. No disturbance was created here by Fenians to-day, as was anticipated, and the city is en tirely tranquil. London, March 17. The Reform hill, which is to lie brought into Parliament by the Government to-morrow, will give the right of suffrage to rate payers after two years residence, to men paying one pound yearly taxes, or having thirty pounds in a savings bank, or fifty pounds in the funds, and to all members ot the learned professions and graduates of Universities. The hill also provides for a fifteen-pound franchise in the counties. Bold Bobbery. Phila Delphi a, March 18. A tin box was stolen this morning from the office of James N. Newhold, bill broker, 126 booth Second street, containing notes and irnT K^'meut *,onds to the amount of $6000.— ine box was taken from the counter where it was temporarily deposited by a young man who bad just brought it from the bank, by a man who walked into the office, picked it up and walked off with it. Canadian Mailers. ., , , .. . Montreal, March 18. Although there is nothing on the frontier to cause alarm at present, active preparations are being made to have the troops in readiness to move actively to any point. The troops are ftrmed with the Snyder rilie. They can fire llvo rounds In forty-two seconds,. MEXICO. Position of the Opposing Armies. A Battle Considered Imminent, Vera Cruz Surrounded by the Liberals. lOO French Prisoners Executed by Escobado. Nbw VoBk, March 18. The steamer Columbia, from Havana 13th, arrived to-night, bringing dates from Vera Cruz of the 5th inst., and from the city ot Mex ico of the 2C»th ult. Maximilian was reported at Queretaro about the 2‘Jtk, at the head of 0000 men, with Mira uiou, Marquez and Mejia. The Liberal’s ad vance guard, under Escobado, was within thir teen miles distant, with his main army of Id,000 men in close proximity. A battle was consid ered imminent. . , * The garrison of the city of Mexico was much weakened by reinforcements sent to Quereta ro, and there were constant alarma m the city. Diaz, with a strong Liberal force, was m the n°\^pra°Cruz^was ^surrounded by the Liberals, aud would be captured by them as soon as the French embark. ... The Custom House at V era Cruz had been delivered by the French to the Imperialists, subject to a monthly import of $30,000. c’e.. .-i uuiutluential citizens had been sent to Yucatan. Bazaino expected to embark March 15lh. J uarez was at Zacatecas, which tact disproves the statement of Miramou’s victory there. Bazaine’s safe had been robbed of $374,000. Morelia and .Cuernavaca were occupied hj the Liberals. Diaz has lieen reinforced near Puebla by Lib eral troops from Jalapa. Over 11,000 French troops had embarked prior to the 1st inst. There was no communication between Mex ico and Puebla and Vera Cruz. Maximilian was frequently attacked en route to Queretaro, and one of his personal staff has been silled. Escobado had executed 100’French prisoners. Yucatan dates of the 2d inst., state that an attack ou the garrison at Merida was daily ex pected from the rebels. WASHINGTON. Amendments to the National Currency Act. NAVAL REPORTS. Appointments under the Recon struction Act. Confirmations, Washington, March 18. A bill was introduced by Representative Hooper to-day to amend the national curren cy act, which is similar to that reported by him at the last session, lrom the Committee on Banks and Currency. There are no material changes now proposed to call up this bill for action at present, but he merely has presented it in order that it inay be considered during the recess by the banks and others most inter ested in the subject. Dispatches to the Navy Department, from Commodore Winslow, commanding the Gulf squadron, dated Pensacola Bay, 12th inst., re port the arrival on the 11th of the Taconey, altera passage of 12days from Norfolk. Dispatches under date of Jan. 29, have been received at the Navy Department, from Capt. O. Collins, commanding the United States steamer Sacramento. She arrived on the 29th at Jella Caffy, from whence, on the same day, she would sail for St. Paul do Loando; all well. In an order dated the 15th, Gen. Grant, by order of the President, assigns Brevet Major General John Pope to command the 3d Dis trict under the reconstruction bill, comprising the States of Georgia, Florida and Alabama, and Gen. George H. Thomas is assigned to the command of the Department of the Cumber land. This is dene at the request of General Thomas. * Among the Senatorial confirmations to-day, was that of John Knowlton, to be surveyor of Customs at Portsmouth, N. H., and that of Brig. General John H. Gleason to be Major General by brevet. He is the present Head Centre of the Fenians here. f'clebraiian of Hi. Patrick's Day. New York. March 18. St. Patrick’s day was quite patriotically cel ebrated by the Irish, and with the exception of the unfortunate riot this afternoon, which the efficiency of the police aided bv the efforts of the principal leaders of the procession, was summarily squelched, everything passed off quietly. A large number of societies paraded, and the procession numbered about 10,000 men headed by the 09th regiment. There were forty-four bands of music in the proces sion, which was reviewed by Mayor Hoffman, the members of the City Council, Mr. Maguire of the British Parliament, and an immense crowd of spectators. There was a large pro cession also in Brooklyn. The Knights of St. Patrick, and other organizations are celebra ting to-night by banquets, orations, &c. Boston, March 18. St. Patrick’s Dav was celebrated in this city in the usual enthusiastic manner. A pro cession composed of the various Irish socie ties was formed which, under the escort of the Massachusetts 9th regiment, marched through several of the principal streets, attracting much attention. In the afternoon an oration was delivered by Col. Guiney in Faneuil Hall to a crowded audience. Cincinnati, March 18. St. Patrick’s Day was celebrated yesterday with unusual enthusiasm. Various societies turned out and paraded the streets. A regi ment of Fenians also turned out, fully armed and equipped. Toronto., C. W., March 18. St. Patrick’s Day parsed here without any public demonstration. Bishop Lynch in his discourse at St. Michael’s Cathedral expressed pleasure to find that the procession had been abandoned. fSleitmer Hunk—Twrnly-flvr l.ivei Lou, Cincinnati, March 18. The Commercial publishes the particulars of the sinking of the steamer Mercury at Arkan sas Cut Off on the 13th inst. The boat struck a snag and sunk to the hurricane deck. Twen ty-five passengers were lost. The boat was valued at #30,000 and insured for #15,000. She had a cargo of 1400 bales of cotton, besides a large assorted freight for Cairo and the Ohio river. St. Louis, March 18. The Republican’s special Cairo dispatch says the crew and passengers rescued from the steamer Mercury, have arrived at that poiut. Many passengers were badly frozen from standing in the w ater. Capt. Dickinson re ports that the crew of the steamer George IV Palmer plundered the wreck of the Mercury, and after those saved from the wreck had been transferred to the Palmer, their luggage was rifled, and even the the under clothes of the ladies, and the hoots and shoes of the men were stolen. Seven men who floated down the river on cotton bales, lodged against' Home drifts and while there, four of them were killed by a tree which was blown down npon them by a storm. Washington Correspondence. New York, March 18. The Herald’s Washington special says Messrs. Benj. Baker and James W. Meagher, representatives of the Irish Republic in Amer ica, had an important interview with Presi dent Johnsou yesterday afternoon, with a view to soliciting recognition of belligerent rights by tile American Government. The delegation weie cordially received by the President. The Post’s special says the President informs his friends that lie will act promptly on the supplementary bill when it reaches him. The leaning men in both Houses seem to take no action on the tarill' or currency at this session. The Post’s special says the J udiciary Com mittee of the House will prepare amendments to the Senate* supplementary reconstruction bill. One of them provides that a majority of the registered voters in each State shall ac cept the Constitution agreed upon in conven tion; another imposes the penalties of perjury for false swearing. Inauguration of the Helium City Govru meat. Belfast, March 18. Our new City Government was organized to day. Mayor Jewett’s address represents the Belfast & Moosehead Lake Railroad as certain to be built at once. The Legislature has grant ed a charter exempting the stock from taxa tion for ten years, and authorized this city to pledge its credit with a guaranty of six per cent, interest. Under the management ot Hon. Thomas Marshall, CityJ Treasurer and Presi dent of the Belfast National Bank, our in debtedness is reduced to 850,000; less than that of any other Maine city. Over a foot of snow fell in this section of the (State last night. The funeral of John Haraden, for sixty years a merchant ot Belfast, well known iu Boston and New York, takes place to-morrow, llis age was eighty-eight years. Arrest uf u Fenian Wpy—Important Dis closures Expected. Toronto, C. W., March 18. A Fenian spy was arrested at the Suspension Bridge on Saturday,having been followed from tins city liy detectives. Plans of this city, with the location of the banks and principal bui'd ings, a map of the frontier, &c., were found on him. He waB brought to this city this morn ing. It is expected there willbc important de velopments at his trial. 4 It having been understood that the Hiber nian Society intended to parade the streets yes terday, the police authorities were instructed not to permit any band of music to play in the streets, nor to permit any assemblage of per sons carrying banners, &c., as calculated to create a breach of the peace. The procession consequently did not take place. Destructive Fires. Boston, March 18. A brick stable in the rear of Beacon street was destroyed by tire yesterday afternoon.— Three valuable horses lierished in the flames. Loss about $0,000. Indianapolis, Ind., March 18. A destructive fire occurred at Kokomo, In diana, this morning. One of the best business blocks in the place was entirely destroyed.— Among the sufferers are Messrs. Nixon, dry goods; Browui & Garring,billiard room; John Bohans, grocery; Armstrong, Beeson & Co., wholesale and retail ha jd ware; Wm. Buchan an, jewelry: American Express Office and Mwfotiiq Bali, Vrra a>n» ui OI.UUM. New York, March 18. By steamer Columbia, from Havana, we learn that the French iron-clad convoys were daily expected at that port. The malignant small pox continued at Ma tenzas. The Bank of San Carlos, at Malanias, had suspended, There was nothing new at Havana. THE WABKE1*. Financial* New YORK. Male h 18. Gold weaker at the close, leaving off at 134 (<y 134$. FnrpUmJExcbange rather firmer but demand moder ate ?rime banker’s bills 108i @ 109. Government Purities closed strong at full figures. Stocks at the lSt open board generally fell off 4 @ } per cent, and closed quiet at a decline. Petroleum and Mining stocks steady and quiet. New York market. New York, March 18. Cotton—very firm but quiet; sales 2,900 bales; Mid dling uplandsat 32 @ 324c. Flour—less active anil higher; State at 9 20 (g 12 15; Hound hoop Ohio 11:20 ® lo 00; Western at 9 20 @ 13 10; Southern at 10 15 (ft 1C 50. Wheat-2 @3c higher; sales 57,090 buah ; No. 1 Chicago Spring at 2 66; Milwaukee club No. 2 at 2 3o (a) 2 50; White*California 3 05; White Caanda at 3 20. Corn—opened lc higher and closed with the advance partly lost ; sales 79,000 bush. Mixed Western at 119 ^Oats—less active; sales 26,000 bush.; Western at 64} v® 08c; State at T1 @ 72c. Pork—firmer; sales new mess at 24 12}; prime at, 18 25 @ 19 00. Lard—firm; sales at 12} @ 13}c in bids. |Whiskey—quiet. Groceries—generally quiet. Naval Stores—firm; Spirits Turpentine at 71} (a) 72c. Hosln at 4 25 @ 8 50. Petroleum—dull; sales crude at 16 @ 16}c. Refin ed bonded at 26 @ 26}c. Tallow—firm; sales at 10}@ ll}c. Freights to Liverpool—unchanged. The following Is the total stock of grain In ware house in this city March 18, 1867: Wheat 1,409,523 bush.; com 1,732,919 bush.; oats 1,880,013 bush.; rye 401,032 bush.; barley926,179 bush.; malt 22,991 bush.; peas 3,448 bush. Chicago market*. Chicago, March 18. Flour firm and a shade higher. Wheat, owing to a large speculative inquiry advanced 3 @ 45c; sales at 2 40 for No. 1, ani 2 11 @ 2 15 for Winter fresh re ceipts; No. 2 steady at 2 11 @ 2 114. Com active at 88J @ 89c for No. 1. Oats in good demand at 463c.— Rye firm at 1 22 for No. 1. Barley firm with an ad vance of 3 @ 4c; sales at 115 @ 1 153 for Winter re ceipts No.T. High Wines inactive and nominal. Mess pork advanced 123c; sales 1400 bbls. tor present and future delivery, at 22 874 (ag 23 «H). Sweet pickled hams firm and quiet at 12| @ 13c; Cumberlands steady at 93c tor loose. Lard aw- 13c Receipts—2.800 bbls. flour. 3,200 centals wheat, 9,000 centals com, 300 hogs. Shipments—900 bbls. flour, 8,000 centals wheat, 5,500 centals corn. Cincinnati markets. Cincinnati, March 18. F.lour unchanged. Wheat firm; No. 1 Spring at 2 50 @ 2 60; No. 2 at 2 35. Corn opened quiet at 663c for No. 1, with buyers at 65c. Oats 53 @ 54c.' Rye 145. Whiskey unchanged; sales at 26c in bond.— Mess pork in good demand and all qualities advanc ed ; sales 1600 bbls. at 22 50 for country, and 22 75 for city’. Bulk meats firm;: sales300,000 lbs; shoulders at 83c; sides 111c. Lara in good demand at 123c for city, and 123c for country. Bacon—shoulders at 12 (w 12}c; sides, clear sides andclear rib not in much de mand. Butter scarce at 30 @ 33e lor fresh. Cheese at I63 @ 17c. Exchange firmer. New Orleans market*. New Orleans, March 18. Cotton—firm; sales to-day 4,500 bales; low Mid dling at 293 (3) 30c: receipts^,500 bales; exports 1,800 bales. Sugars dull at 13c for fair. Molasses dull and unchanged. Exchange on London 145 @ 1453* Ex change on New York 3 @ Jc premium. New York Weekly Cattle market. New York, March 18. Beef 3@3c lower j receipts 254s head; quotations at 13 @ 173c, averaging 153 .* market dull. Sheep in good demand at 8 @ 8jc; receipts 11,559 head. Hogs active and 30 higher; live at 8|c; receipts 14,233 head. Commercial—Per Cable. London, March 16, Evening. Consols closed at 91 for money. American Securities.—The following are the* closing prices of American securities: Erie Railway shares 40. Illinois Central shares 78 ex-div. Unit ed States 5-20’s 74$. Frankfort, March 16, Evening. United States 5-20 closed at 77$. Liverpool, March 1(5, Evening. The Cotton market closed firm; sales to-day 15,000 bales; Middling uplands 13$d. Breadstuff’s firm but quiet. Wheat closes at 13s 6d per cental for Spring; red unchanged. Provisions—unchanged. Pork quiet. Lard advanced to 51s fof American Produce—Tal low 44s 6d. Spirits Turpentine 37s 9d. Linseed oil 66s for Calcutta. Whale oil £41 per ton. London, March 18. United States 5-20’s are quoted at 74$. Liverpool, March 18. Cotton—sales to-day estimated at 8,000 bales; Mid dling uplands are quoted at 13|d. New York Stock Nlarkcf. New York, March 18. Stocks—Tlie market is excited. American Cold.134$ U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1862.109$ U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons,1864.107$ U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1865,.108 U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons new issue.107$ U. S. Ten-Forties, coupons.98 U. S. Seven-Thirties, 1st series.106i U. S. Seven-Thirties, 2d series.105$ U. S. Seven-Thirties, 3d series.105$ Missouri Sixes. 97$ Western Union Telegraph,. 41$ New York Central,.105| Erie.. 59J Reading,.101$ Michigan Central,.108$ Michigan Southern,. 77I Illinois Central.115$ Cleveland & Pittsburg.80$ Chicago & Rock Island.97$ Chicago & North Western,. 35$ Chicago & North Western, preferred,. 62$ Pacific Mail,.123| Boston Stock Lilt. Sales at the Brokers’ Board, March 17. 4merican Gold. 13U United States Coupon Sixes, 1881. 109$ Unit*** **♦•*«> f a-iutlf, *•* ««>».». lasjj “ 2d series. 105$ “ 3d series. 1054 United States 5-20s, 1862 . 1072 •* July, 1865. 107 Eastern Railroad. 109 Western Railroad. 138$ Afau de Magnolia.—The prettiest tiling, the “sweetest tiling,” and the most of it for the least money. It overcomes the odor of perspiration; soft ens and adds delicacy to the skin; is a delightful i»cr i'uine; allays headache and inflamation, and is a nec essary companion in the sick room, in the nursery and npon the toilet sideboard. It can be obtained everywhere at one dollar per bottle. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggist#. S. T.—1860.—X.—The amount of Plantation Bit ters sold in one year is something startling. They would till Broadway six feet high from the Park to 4th street. Drake’s manufactory is one of the insti tutions in New York. It is said that Drake painted all the rocks in the Eastern States with his cabalistic “S. T.—1860—X.,” and then got the old granny legis lators to pass a law “preventing disfiguring the thee of nature,” which gave him a monopoly. We do not know how this Is, but we do know that Plantation Bitters sell as no other article ever did. They are used by all classes of the community, and are death on Dyspepsia—certain. They are very invigorating when languid and week, and a great appetizer.” Sarato a pring Water, sold by all Druggists. “In lilting the kettle from the fire I scalded mysel very severely—one baud almost to a crisp. The tor ture was unbearable. * * * The Mexican Mus hing Liniment relieved the pain almost immediately. It healed rapidly and left very little scar. Chas. Eosteb, 420 Broad street, Philadelphia.” This is merely a sample of what the Mustang Lini ment will do. It is invaluabe in all cases of wounds, swellings, sprains, cuts, bruises, spavins, etc., either upon man or beast. Beware of counterfeits. None is genuine unless wrapped in the steel-plate engravings, bearing the signature of (i. W. Westbrook, Chemist, and the pri vate stamp of Demis Babnes & Co, New York. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists •HO' All who value a valuable head of hair, and its pres ervation from premature baldness and turning grey will not fail to use Lyon’s celebrated Kathariou. It makes the hair rich, soft and glossy, eradicates dand ruff, and causes the hair to grow with luxuriant beauty. It is sold everywhere. E. Thomas Lyon, Chemist, N. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. What Did It? A young lady returning to her country homo alter a sojourn of a lew months in New York, was hardly recognized by her friends. In place of a rustic flushed thee, she had a soft ruby complex ion of almost marble smoothness, and instead of 2u, she really appeared but 17. She told them plainly she used Aagan’s Magnolia Balm, and would not be without it. Any lady can improve her appearance very much by using this article. It can bo ordered of any druggist for 50 cents Saratoga Spring Water, sold by aU Druggists. Heimstreet’s inimitable Hair Coloring has been steadily growing in favor for over twenty years. It acts upon the absorbents at the roots of the hair, and changes to its original color by degrees. All instan taneous dyes deaden and injure the hair. Heim stro' ts is not a dye but is certlin in its results, pro motes its growth, and is a beautiful Hair Dressing, Price 50 cents and $1.00. Sold by ail dealers. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggisro. 0 Lyon s Extract of Pure Jamaica Ginger— for Indigestion, Nausea, Heartburn, Sick Headache Cholera Morbus, where a warming, genial stim ulant is required. Its carelUl preparation and entire purity makes it a cheap and reliable article for culi nary purposes. Sold everywhere at 50 cents per bot tle. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. n June 14, "GO—eod&wly Oread Collegiate Institute, For Young Ladies, IVor&slcr, Mass BUILDINGS repaired and relurnished. Now in the most nourishing condition it has been Binte Its establishment in 1848. Summer Term begins April 12. Send for Circular. HARRIS It. GREENE, A. M., Principal. MISS S. B. PACKARD, Asso. Principal. marlfdlm Freedom Notice. T relinquish to my son, WALLACE W. SAN comes tweS?inTinder of lliM minority until be bc d?ht» othXir y, ars of "80, and 1 shall pay no after aor SANBORN ^ Naples, Feb. 20, up.__ AM™7deod3w* Camphor^ Ice. OF the same unrivalled quality _, , „ us fbr the last ten year?, wXntStt furnish consumers and the trade, in ai v .LiSv 1 . K. U'NX i Jo . X' wcbltktft now « m tjtmgroM *t| PROSPECTUS. THE PRESS For 1867. With the opening of the new year we presented to the readers of the DAILY PRE88, A Paper KnlnrgrU to the size of the large*! New Kuglaud Dailies. The enlargement of our daily edition in equivalent to the addition of between three and four eoluinns to its size. This additional space will be devoted to de tails ot important events, which we lieve heretofore been obliged to give in brief, and to selections from current literature, grave or gay. such as we Lave lately been obliged to omit altogether. What the character of the paper thus enlarged will be, its past history will show. The Press was es tabliidied primarily to represent the Republican par ty of Maine. It was impossible for the controlling party of the State to remain voiceloss in this city. The IPress will continue to defend the principles of the Liberal party, of America. The war has closed one great cycle in our national history—the cycle during which aristocracy at the South and democra cy at the North grew up side by side, a period of jealous} and conflict, resulting in an appeal to arms and the victorious supremacy of the democratic prin ciple!. We have entered on a state of transition, which seems likely to prove longor than most of us antic! pated. The Press will insist upon a settlement which will secure the fruits of our victory. Nothing is settled till it is settled right. We must have de mocracy at the South as well ns at the North—equal rights for all secured by equal laws, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, impartial suffrage, ot the profound convictions of the Republican party ol Maine, (foe Press will remain a faithful exponent. We have engaged Regular Correspondent* in Washington, New York, Boston and Augusta, and occasional correspondents at various points throughout the Stato. During the French Expo sition we shall publish Regular Letters from Paris, Where our Correspondent lia* alroady arrived. To the peoplo of Maine, and especially to people who have business relations with Portland, we hope to make the Press more valuable than any paper published outside of the State can possibly be. We shall publish tlic same telegraphic summary as other New England newspapers. We shall not publish special dispatches from Washington, but we thall have regular correspondence from that point, and a Roily Summary of Maine News which reader, here would he sorry to mlu. We ahal have full and Accurate market Reports, fcrwardod by telegraph from al' parts of the United States, from Canada, and Irom England. A weekly Review ot the Portland Markets and an accurate Report of Dlninc Shipping, in foreign and domestic ports, will be published as heretofore. • There will be NO INCREASE IN THE PRICE Of the Daily Press. For EIOHT DOLLARS A YEAR t We expect to furnish a paper, The Largest in the State, and as large as in other States is offered for tan or twelve dollars a year. THE MAINE STATE PRESS Is not like many weeklies, a mere waste basket for the leavings at the daily edition. It is designed to be as carefully made up as if it were a perfectly inde pendent publication. It contains from week to week, the most important articles which appeal' in the daily, together with a considerable amount of Matter Expressly Prepared for its Columns We shall add to its attractions during the coming year, An Agricultural Department, To be conducted by the Ber. WlIiLIAM A. DREW, of Augusta, a voteran journalist, widely and favorably known in Maine, and a contributor tor some time past to the Press over the signature of “Traxi.” Mr. Drew’s special qualifications for this work need no heralding. The Shipping News of the Week Will be published without abridgment in the State Press, as will also the Review of the Portland Markets, And the Brighton Market Bettor is. To country traders the weekly report of Portland prices currrent alone will bo well worth the subscrip tll/u price. In addition to n onroful Digest of General and State News, We shall also furnish weekly a page ot Miscellaneous Beading for the family. The weekly edition is made up in eight large pages, ot six columns each, and is the hargrot Weekly Paper in New England* It is offered to the public at the low price of 9 DOLLARS A YEAR, invariably in advance. To a club of new subscribers, eleven copies will be sent for twenty dollars, and the same discount is offered to larger clubs. -—--— NOTICES OF THE PRESS. [From the Christian Mirror.] The Press has been enlarged since New Year’s. We are glad to see such evidence of prosperity. With such papers as Portland now furnishes we see no need of importing Dailies from Boston and New York. [From the Portland Price Current.] The Press.—The crowded state of our columns last week prevented us from noticing the enlagement and re-arrangement of the columns of the Daily Press, which in its present enlarged form, and with its excellent editorial management, is certainly the leading iournal of Maine, and equal to any in Now England; especially when taken into consideration the amount of interesting reading matter that is daily furnished for the money. [From the Gardiner Home Journal.] Enlarged.—The Portland Press was enlarged on the 1st Inst., to about the size of the Boston Dailies. This is an evidence of not only the prosperity of the Press, but of Portland as well, for of course the en largement is caused by the increase of advertising favors. The Press is worthy of the patronage it re ceives, is a credit to Portland and to the State, and we hope increasing years may increaso its prosper ity. [From the Portland Transcript.] The Daily Press begins the new year much en larged in size; we are glad to see such an evidence of the prosperity ot this excellent journal. The Press has swung aronnd the circle to another arrangement of its editorial and news matter; after all, the old second and third page arrangement, presenting edi torials and news together was the best. [From the Portland Advertiser, Jan. 2.1 The Daily Press appeared yesterday morning in an enlarged form. It is now fully equal in size to any daily paper in New England. In the arrangement oi reading matter it has returned to the original style, which we think quite an improvement in its appear ance. Its news is judiciously and caroftilly selected, and a general culture and literary taste characterizes its contents. As a good family newspaper it has no su perior; and white Mr. Lincoln occupies the city ed itor’s chair there will bo no lack of local news, as It is generally acknowledged in that department he has no equal in the State. The enlargement argues a prosperous business, at least for . ur cotemporary, and we hope it will never bo found necessary to curtail the dimensions of this enterprising and respectable sheet. [From the Eastern Argus, Jan. 2] —The Press appeared yesterday morning enlarged by the addition of 2$ inches to the length of its col umns. Its make-up has also been changed again, and on the whole it presen ted a decidedly improved appearance. Our cotcmporary’s “ new clothes” are somewhat larger than ours, but the “ biggest are not always the best.’* [From the Portland Evening Star, Jan. 1.] The Daily Press appears this morning in an en large » form, making it now fully equal in size to any daily newsjMiper in New England. The editor, in his New Year’s Salutatory, shows that the success of the paper for the past year ha* been most gratifying, and we are glad of its prosperity. The return to the original stylo ot arranging the contents oi the paper, is one of the most agreeable features of the change. [From the Bangor Whig.] — The Portland Press was enlarged on the 1st of January to about the size of the Boston Daily Post and Advertiser—which are our largest New England dailies- and it now makes a very handsome appear ance. This evidenco of prosperity on the part of so good and reliable a paper as the Press is gratifying. It shows, too, that Portland has lost nothing ot vigor, enterprise or resource, by the great lire, but that its course is still onward—that its business is in fact in creasing, notwithstanding the apparent calamity ot last year—and that Its promise oi commercial great ness is certain to be fulfilled. The Press is among the best ot the New England papers, and its present appearance is a credit to the State. [From the Bath Times.] The Portland Press comes out greatly enlarg ed, and we suspect it now gives another settler to the question which is “ the principal paper in Portland.” It is bound to distance its competitors. I From the Lewiston Journal, Jan. 1.] The Portland Press has increased its size equiva lent to an addition of three or four columns. 'Illis enlargement, following so closely upon its resurrec tion from the ashes ot the great tire, shows that tlio i principles it advocates and its efforts to cater to the literary tastes ot its readers are appreciated by the public. Ibe additional sp ice now obtained will be devoted to details of important events, and selections

from current literature. [From the Worcester (Mass.,) Spy.] The Press.—Among the papers that commence the new year with enlarged sheets and manifest sinus of prosperity, are the Portland Press and the Hartford Evening Press. The former is the largest and best daily m the State ot Maine, and the latter wc have long regarded as one of the ablest of our Connecticut exchanges. [From the Bangor Times.] The Portland Daily Press comes to us consid er iblv enlarged and with a return to its old style of “ make-up.” This enlargement—so soon after the great lire—to a size equal with the leading dailies, speaks favorably for the prot^erity of me city and indicates a good degree of enteruciae on tltf part of the proprietors. The Press is «£tu1 wdtji ability, has able contributors, and as two loadiug |wjl«r of Um> Jomliwurt <»«jmt-r Mm) twtl. WANTED. Piles and Lumber Wanted For Union Wharf. 1250 I °np°° Spruce and Hemlock Piles 25 feet 25 to 60 Spruce and Hemlock Piles 30 feet long 100 Hackmetac Fenders 25 feet long. All not less than 12in. at the but and 8 at the ton Also 550 tcet running feet hemlock timber io x 12 100 sticks hemlock 10 to 12 teet long 8\s. 35 to 40 M 3 in hemlock plank 15, 20 and 25 feet long. Apply to JOSEPH H. WHITE, March 8—eod3w Wharfinger. Bookkeeper. WANTED by a young man of practical experi ence, and who can bring the best of city refer ences, a situation as Bookkeeper cr Salesman, where close attention to bu ed. A Tailor Wanted. A Good reliable, practical Ci TTEU can bear of a good situation, by applying to the subscriber at his Clothing Store, Nos. 1(1-' Fore, and 15 Moulton Streets. ALFIUCD HASKELL, mart 1887 d3w* Agents Wante<I! JUST OUT, Farragut and our Naval llr roeH, bv the brilliant ai.d popular Historian, J. T. Headlv. i Ins is the only work on the Navy ill the War, and everybody is buying it. GEORGE II. BLAKE, „ 0 GENERAL AGENT, Feb4—3m No g Clapp’* Block. Wanted Immediately —AT THE— New Employment Office ! JVo 22i) 1-it Congress St, ‘Id Door Went of City Buildinn (up stairs.) GIRLS capable of doing all kinds of house-work, to whom good situations will be given. Also LABORERS for various kinds of work, and CLERKS for every kind of business. &^£T*We are able at all times to supply parties in any part of the State with GOOD RELIABLE HELP, either as Domestics, Mechanics or Laborers. Merchants, Contractors, Farmers and others will be supplied with Men and Boys iorall kinds ot em ployment J? ree of Charge. Don’t forget the num ber, 229* Congress Street, next to City Building, Port land, Me. CSOIJKLAY A HEWITT, Feb 22—dtf_Proprietors. Flour Barrels Wanted! ON and after January 2d, 1867, we shall resume the purchase ot Flour Brls. for CASH, at the Office of the Portland Hitjytir Co., 27 1-3 Daaforlh hi.. Feb8dtfJ. B. BROWN & SONS. Wanted Dally ! I AT The General Agency and Employment Office No. 351 1-3 PoaursHH Siren, All per sons wishing to secure goou Girls for any respecta ble employment, will tind them at this Office. Also please notice. We will send you men and boys for any work in city or country, Iree oi charge. jgg-' ve want good American, Provincial, Irish and Colored Women and Girls, as well as Men and Boys, every day lor all -orts oi situations in this City and vicinity. Give us a call. _ . , . COX & POW ARS. Portland, Me., Jan. 25, ’67. jauSO dtf WANTED ! EVERYBODY to know that store 335 Congress St. has been replenished with a new stock of Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boots and Hats, Which will be sold cheaper than ever. fcjT"Remember the sign, California Cheap John. March 5—dtf Flour Barrels Wanted. WE will pay 30 cents each for first class Flour Barrels suitable for sugar. , . LYNCH, BARKER & CO., liovlSdtf 139 Commercial street. Chambers to Let. OVER W. W. Carr & Co.’s store. No. 3 Exchange near Fore St, that will accommodate 150 work men at shoomaking, tailoring, or many other kinds of business. Far Sale. One lot of Land near the head of Wllmot street, for sixty-live cents per foot; also, a lot near head of Deer street, about 31 by 55 feet, for $1200; also, a two story House and lot on Munjoy llill lor $2500; also, one House and Lot on Merrill’s Court, Chestnut street, that will let for $300 per year; also, one house on Mountford street, with about 6000 feet of laud more or less; this housebelongs to the estate of the lale Lemuel Tukey, and will be sold at a bar gain. Terms easy. Apply to mcli4dlw W. W. CARR & CO. Wanted. Hemlock and Pine Timber. TOR/A Lineal leet 14x14 Hemlock and 750 1-M fj V/ lineal feet 12x12 Pine Timber. I>. T. CHASE. March 9—S.T&Ttf LOST AND FOUND. _a____ Agents Wanted Male and Female, FOB BICUABOHON’14 NEW IVORB BErOND THE MISSISSIPPI, The Orent Pictorial Work of the Ago ! Over 25,000 Copies ALREADY Ordered, and the work not yet out of press. Agents are reporting wondcrlul success. Those with other books stand small chance whoro this is offered. Ity Agont* eonpidcr it the easiest and best selling work they ever had. For Agencies apply to or address J. PATTEN FITCH, No. 233$ Congress Street, , .Portland, Me. mar 10 dtf Wanted. * AN experienced Salesman in the retail Dry Goods business; one who can give good City reference, may hear of a permanent situation by addressing Box 1018 Portland Post Office, giving real name and references. marl6tt Dor Lost. A SMALL Black and Tan Terrier. Answers to the name of 44 Pet.” A liberal reward will be paid for his return to 139 Dauforth Street. HENRY H. FURBISH. March 13. dtt Wanted. AAH FLOUR BARRELS, at Forest / City Sugar Refinery, West Com mercial, near foot of Emery street. Proposals will also be received for now Sugar Bar rels, and a sample may bo soon at the office of tho Company, 1594 Commercial, at corner of Union St. tebl2diwtt T. C. HEHSEY _TO LET. To Let, ROOMS in second and third story Griffith Block. No. 21* Free Street. Also, rooms In third and fourth story Nos. 142 and 144 Middle Street. Apply to • H. J. LIBBY A CO. March 18,1867. dtf to letI PLEASANT rooms with board, or as lodging rooms, at reasonable rates, at 31 Free street. Refer ences required- feb26dtl. To Let. THE Chamber (2d story) over E. T. Elden A Co’s, Free Street Block, suilable for .Jobbing or Wholesale Business. Inquire of T. J. LITTLE, 70 Commercial Btree*. WKey can be fonnd at E. T. Elden & Co’s Mar 2—utf T O LET! A .SPACIOUS Chamber, suitable for a Wholesale Boot Store or some manufacturing business, over the store occupied by Samuel Waterhouse & Co., No. 165 Fore Street. Enquire of SAJHL. WATEBUOVSE, feb28d3w on the premises. For Bent. OFFICES in the third story of building on corner of Exchange and Milk Streets. Enquire at of fice of OCEAN INSURANCE CO, Feb. 25. tf Exchange Street. To Let. FIRST, second and third lofts over E. T. Elden & Co.’s store, Free Street Block; also, offices over • Schlottcrbeck’s, and oyer Crosman A Co.’b, in new block corner Brown and Congress streets. Janl4-dtf J. B. BROWN To Let. ONE Brick Store, three stories, No. 50 Union street. Apply to ja3dtfST. JOHN SMITH. To Let THE threo storied Brick Store 204 Fore, tootoi Plum Street. Enquire of E. M. PATTEN, feblOdtf Plum Street. Proposal8 far Construction Material. Office Treasurer . National Asylum for Disabled Volunter Soldiers, ) (Eastern Brunch.] i Augusta, Maine, March 5th, 1867. ' SEALED PBOPOSALS will be received at this Office until Monday March 20, 1807, for turnish i g 40,0t)0 feet Hard Pine flooring boards, clear, planed, joined and matched, 0-8 in. thick, not more than 6 inches wide nor less than 4 inches wide, equal width at both ends; lengths 15 m. 16 leet ; 15 m. 20 feet; 10 in. 24 leet. 10.000 Clapboards, clear pine, planed 90.000 Shingle.;, clear pine, one hulf shaved, one hall sawqd. 15.000 feet white pine boards, sound, 1 inch thick. 5.000 feet white pine boards, clear, planed, one m b thick. 20.000 feet white pine plank, sound. 5000 leet Dimension, one-fourth pine, three fourths spruce. 10000 Laths, pine, 1J inches. J®2J S?\ia,re yjir,i8 marred Booting Paper. 20000 Bricks, best weather. 80 Casks Linic. • 600 running feet Granite Underpinning 5 inches 15 Inches high. oOOO lbs. Nails assorted. gals-Linseed Oil, best quality, boiled. 2500 lbs. White Lead. y The flouring boards, dressed and short lumber to lie seasoned equal to kiln-dried; the rough boards and plank to be seasoned. Separate bids will be received for either of the above classes of maierial. Delivery ot three-fourtlis of the material is to be madeateilher Augusta, Hallow ell or Gardiner, Me., on or before the first day of May, 1867, and the re l'lher °f the above places as soon tliere aftei as it may be required for use. rw? marke'1 on the cover, “Proposals for Construction Material'’and be accompanied bv In1 roI.10*-1 ^ t0 talfilment if accepted tor half noto Q,?T?r» tbebi<1 with responsible sureties, and ac.°Py of this advertisement. Byortle^ofrc^ectany anda11 biclskresented. <4EN. E. W. HINKS, KATH^e6nu?LER^n,man,lant Mwgl) «^^'retwy 9,1(1 IWP' BEAL ESTATE. For Sale. A FARM IN WELLS, MAINE. Estate of the late Sami kl Hatch con tains about !*o acres, 40 to 60 of . good wood land and pasture, good — - 2jf story lfou>e with L., 1 <rge Barn Sheds, &c. Thcv Farm is located at Wells Corner oil main road; churches and schools near, and in the imme iiute vicinity of the well known summer re FOB SALE. A DESIRABLE Double Brick House, eluted root. on Spring Street, between High and Dark, with modem improvements, ln-ated thoroughly b) steam, piped lor gas with lixture*; with a good Stable. Abundance of hard and soil water in the house,with about 10.000 feet of laud. Mli'rifi^d-lw JOHN C. BBiX'XfcB. Lot for Hair. rpHE lot on the northerly side of Peering Street, I a*ljoining the residence of Gen. J. r>. FcsmihIcii. Said lot i» sixty-two feet front and one hundred toet in depth. Apply to d. C. PROCTER iuarltkitf Heal Estate Agent, Middle St. Brick House for Sale. MA good Brick House on Maple »t, containing ten rooms. Hot and Cold Water, (ins, brick cistern, good cellar, slated roof, Jfcc* Apply to \V. 19. J EK It IS. Ileal Entitle A grail. Mar 12 dim* For Sale. HOUSE now occupied by the subscriber, No. 70 Free Street. Possession given immediately. For terms, &c.. call as above, or at No. Central wharf. inch12dtf G. L. STOKER. For Sale. ^1^11 E lino lot of Land on Spring, near High street A knowu as the Boyd lot. containing about 10,000 feet; also about ."00,000 Brick and 200 perch of Stone. Said lot will be sold with or without the material. For further particulars enquire of JOHN G. TOL FOKD, or CHARLES SAGER. mchlldtf EOll SALE! fJIHE Store and Land occupied bv Charles Wr A Thompson, at Ferry Village in ( ape Elizabeth; the store is nearly new and contains a large Hall, is about titty rods from Ferry Wharf, is the best place tor trade any where outside of Portland. For par tieulars enquire ol Thompson at the store or ofl. W. PARKER, 249 Congress Street, Portland. Maine. __ MarOdow* House and Lot for Sale Very Low. HOUSE new, containing seven rooms, will be soM tor $1,100, if applied for immediately. ALSO: Lot* for gale at priceg trom otto cent to $2 per foot. Enquire of .JOSEPH HEED, Heal Estate Agent. Oak St. near Congress. marSdtf Hriek House for Sale. ON Brown Street, containing Fourteen finish ed Koorns, hard and soil, water, gas and other modem Improvements. Posssession i iven April 1. Apply to D. H. Ingraham, Esq., or W. H. .JERRJS, marCdtl_____lull] Estate Agent. For Sale. AN Office Safe ot John F.. Wilder’s manufacture, suitable tor Railroad, Manulorturers’ or Bank ing purposes. measuring 5 lent :! in. in height, 4 feet width, 2 feet sf in. deep, with interior sale amldraw «rt3', “?le by O. A. A. BLANCHARD, tor. State Street, Boston, Muse. feblSdtl House for Sale. ON NEAL STREET, Upper Half of Ibo Brick front House, containing in all I a Rooms—ce mented Cellar,.bard and soil water—a good stable and yard room. Very convenient and desirable. Possession given sometime in March. Terms easy. Apply on the premises, or to WM. H. JERRJS, mar 2 __Real Estate Agent. For Sale or Lease. ■ The Fine Lot corner of Exchange und Congress Streets, 1 JO leet oil Congress and 50 feet on Exchange St. \N ill be let lor ten or twenty years, on favorable terms. A Block of Seven Stores in this central loca tion would pay a good interest. AVV[y to W. II. JERB1S. mar bill New Brick House for Sale, tCorner Cumberland and lioyd streets: contains eleven rooms. Piped for g:is from cellar to at tic. This is a substantial, well-built house, in a ocation, and is all ready for occupancy. API'ly I® W. II. JEi;i{|>, Real Estate Agent. Mar l— do\v Valuable Keal Kstate for Sale. T™ lil,e estate conier Brackett ai d Walker Sts. A 1 he lot contains over 26,000 square feet. Title perfect and terms favorable. Apply to' f _ W. li. .JERRIS, marl dtf Real Estate Agent. Valuable Hotel Property lor Sale, f |>UE Oxford House, pleasantly situated in the vil A laqeol Fryeburg, Oxford county. Maine, is ot l,’F saIe ac a bargain, ii applied for soon. 1 lie House is large, in good repair, with lurniture ttn?J,SHre8 ,broughout, together with all necessary outbuildings. J For full particulars inquire ol HORATIO BOOTHSY, vr ^ Proprietor. Or Hanson* Dow, 51$ Uuiou st. Fryeburg, Sepl. 29,1866. dtf House lor Sale. A good House two stories, Stable attached, bard and soil water, good lot centrally located—con venient lor two inmilies, if desirable. Inquire at 13 Hauover or ISA Fori* *t., J. A. FENDER80N. _Jan. 24, 1867. dtf NO'I'IC'F. 1 will sell on lav oral de terms as to pa> ment, or let for a term of years, the lots on the corner ol Middle and Franklin streets, aud on brauklin street, including the conier of Franklin and rore streets. Apply to WM. HILLIARD, Bangor, or sMl I il A: REED. Attorneys, Portland, jyllitt Desirable Store Lots FOR B-A-LiE, IV COIflltlE RC 1 A L STREET. rpHE subscribers offer tor sale the lot of land on A the southerly side of Commercial Street, head of Dana s \\ hart, measuring 72 bv 150 feet. For fur ther particulars inquire JONAS H. PER LEY °ct 16 M_ or W. S. DANA.’ Farm for Sale. I WILL selKmy farm near Allen’s Corner West brook, about three miles from Poitkmd,one mile irom horse ears, ami Westbrook Seminary. Said farm contains about lot) acres, part ol it. vorv valuable for Ullage, and part ol il for building lots, lucre is a gp*3d house, two large banmvand outhous es on l be premises, it will be sold together, or hi lots to suit purchasers CYRUS TIIUULOW. sepll-dtt__ 165 Commercial St. For Sale—House on Park St BEING about to remove from this city I ,,#cr lor sale my House, No. 55 Park St. It I* good size auo convou cut, withal) .lit* modern improvements, Badimg room, in which is Hot and Cold water. Gas hurnace. Arc. Con ected with liousc is a good stable Po session given first day of .May next. Enquire at No. '/!>:{ Commercial »t. head of Hobson’s wharf, of J. it. Himlen, the subscriber,STEPHEN PATTEN, or of W. H. JERRIS, Keal Estate Agent. JanSOeodtf For Sale, or lor Loug I .cast-. TW*»of those Store Lots on the Northerly side of Middle Street, near the head of Plum Street, re cently covered bythe Granite Block. Apply to EDWARD FOX or EBKN STEELE. Portland, March 6,1867. deodlm Douses for Sale! TWO new 11 story Houses just completed, with 7 finished rooms. Drice l,SOO, within fifteen minutes walk ot the Post Office, together with other hoBscs at prices from 81.500 to $10,000. -also To Lease, 50 HOUSE LOTS and several Store and Wharf Lots, at prices from $12 to $200 tier vear. Enrpure of illOSES COULD, No 55 North St., between the hours of 8 & lot A. at. and 2 & 5 p. m., where plans of lots may he seen. Mar 5dlw t eod3w Farm lor Sale. •’Mark Allen” estate, containing two hun * dred acres, situated within one and a half miles o( Pownal l>e|»ot, in Pownal, County of Cumlar hmd. Said larm is well divided into pasturage, til lage and wood land. Is well watered, has good and convenient buildings, cuts some sixty tons of hay, and has some twelve hundred cords of merchantable wood tor the market, besides enough for the farm. This estate would make two good thrras, and will be sold together or in separate lots. Inquire of John H. Noyes, near the premises, or „ CHARLES C. COBB, ™ » ®xecutor» Lisbon Stree:, Lewiston, Me. March 13. eod&wtf * Farm for Sale. THE well known Cushman Homestead—one of the most delightfu* and desirable country residences in the county, situated in the town of New Glouces ter, is offered for sale on the most favorable terms. The above farm is beautifully located on the main road, 18 miles from Portland, only ten minutes walk trom Pownal depot and Post Oillee. It consists of 120 acres of excellent land, conveniently divided—prin cipally by stone fences—into tillage, pasturage and woodland; a fine orchard, containing 1000 thrifty apple trees; a splendid garden well filled with a vari ety of pear and plum trees, strawberries, raspberries, currants, and a large grape arbor, covered with choice vines, irom which 8 to 10 bushels of grapes are gath ered annually! also a handsome flower garden, or namental trees, Ac., &c . The buildings consist of a tine brick House, three stories high, containing 16 rooms, with large two story brick L; a tine new stable and carriage house adjoining the L; together with two bains, one new, 80 by 40 feet: wood sheds, work shops and oilier out buildings, all in good order. There is a convenient and abundant supply of well water; also a large never-tailing cistern of soil water in cellar of L. In addition to the above farm, and laving ailjaeent to it, are two other lota, each containing 110 acres of the finest tillage and lumber land in the county; either or both of which will l»e sold in connection with or separate from the Home Farm. For particu lars enquire of lion. Geo. W. Woodman, firm ot Woodman, True & Co, or of J. N. Lord, firm ot Stevens. Lord A Haskell, Portland, or of *1. E. F. CUSHMAN, on tLc premises. mch4deod*S:w3w FOR SALE. A Desirable Residence at Cumberland Center. former residence of Watson Newhall. A good Two Story House well furnished, painted and blind ed, with an L., W'ood House, Carriage House. Barn, &e., with about Twenty Acres ol Laud, a urge Or chard, yielding some >ears Mo bands of apples. Will be sold low. luimo late possession given. Inquire ol JOHN ( . PROCTER, marlfideodow ^——— FEJl FIFIZFllS. 200 ,>ur°Kaw »»• SO Tons Coe’s Phosphate of Lime, on F',t°£? J’hosplmto of Lime. Tn"8 8 Phosphate of Lime. 500 Jkirrels Lodi Pouifretto OIK) Barrels Littlefield’s Poudrettc. •100 barrels Fish Guano. or sale at Manufacturer’s Prices, by KI:N!>AI.L & H J3ITAKY. Feb 8,1807. teOddmis Notice. IN order to give employers of Plasterers further time to finish work contracted f >r previous to our notice ol a demand for higher wages on and after . April 1, 1*67, the Journeymen Plasterers < l Portland ami vicinity would respectfully inform their em ployers and tlie public that they hereby give thii ;y davs lurther notice ot their inten P.n to demand Four Dollars ($4.oo) : er day on and alter the Ft dav of May. instead of April lot, us before notified. Per Order, R, K. GATLEY. RN TRKTAI NMRjN 1U DEER1NG H AL L. Last Night in Scotland. to-night, at s. •WJl. MEJTJTEU 1*, W‘" 0Te ,,,,, So“gs «t Scotland. Pr*l'aaaf Ye Banks and Braes O'honnle i„,„„ Ufa' the Alrts the WindESTffi’ Duncan Gray. *w Highland Mary, My Bpouse Nuncv, Scots VVha H;»e! Win. Wa.Ina Fecht for Charlie? •Juhnuy Cope. Wars me tor I>rlnce Charlie The Land o’ the Leal Auld Lang Sync. Between <be parts Mr. Kennedy will sing The Meeting of the Waters, and The While Squall. Anl MissKnennedy will play ScoPish Reels. PIANO FORTE.*vlss KENNEDY. Admission 69 cento. Reserved Seats 76 rents.— Gatlerv 36 cents. . EF"Tickcts to be had at Paine s Music Store, and at*./, .;. Boyd’s, 119 Exchange Street. March 19.' dlt Fair and Levee 1 fpHK Ladies of the First Congregational Society o 1 Westbrook, together with the friends oi the Pas tor, will give a Festival at Woodford's Comer, ove-’ Hannon ft Bedell's New Store, On Wedneadny Kerning, lllanb JOIb. The Fair will be opened with an entertainment, “ The Jesuit in Auifrlen,” To be followed by an Antiquarian Wedding and fluppor* Then? wtll also lie other novel features, together with singing, and the usual variety ot article* and refreshments offered fbr sale. The entertainment is given lor the benefit of the Pastor, Rev. W. H. Has kell. «. Admission 25 cents. Children lialf price. Should the neither prove very stormy, tlie Festival will be postponed to the first pleasant even ing. marl»2t* Beering Hall, - Portland, Thusday Even’ng, Mar. 28. Mr. P. GILMORE, Mas the honor to announce a Grand Concert! ; With llio following uurivalleil array ofTalcnt: ' CAMILLA IJRSO, The best Violinist in America. Madame Bertha Johannsen, The Celebrated Prima Donna of the Grand German Opera. Mr. Carlyle Petemilea, The best Pianist in America. Mr. M. M. Arhuckle, The best Cornet Player In America. JJr. C.A. Guilmette, The great Lyrical Reclaimer and best Lasso Can tan ta in America. Mr. John A. Howard, Accompanist. ALFRED VON KOCHOW, Agent. Tbc Programme will be made up of the most Popular Composition* of the Best masters. March 19—dtd THE CENTRAL Pacific R. R. Co. Ha vingCompleted, JSqu ipped and put in operation nearly One Hundred Miles of their Road, from Sacramento, Cal ifornia, to within 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 Acts ol Congress and the laws ol the State ol California, upon the division of their Koad located in the State ol California, and extending one hundred and tiity six miles from Sac ramento City to the California State line. The Bonds have thirty j-ears to run from July f, 1865, and aro secured by a First Mortgage, consHuithig an absolute prior Hen on the portion of Rood above nam ed, with all the Rights, Franchises, Equipments, Ac., pertaining there to. The amount of these First Mortgage Bonds to he issued im milo is limited by law to the amount ol Uni tod States Bonds allowed and issued to aid tbo construction oftlic Koail,and the mortgage by which they are secured is Declared by Ad of C.'aa gres* la constitute a lieu prior and superi or lo that oflhc Hailed Miatcs Government. Interest at the rate of Six per cent, per Annum, payable Semi-Annually, ou the First days of Janu- ‘ ary and July. , Principal and Interest payable in United States Gold Coin, In the city of New York. Tljo price of the Bonds is fixed for the presont at !V5 per cent., and accrued intarest trom January 1st in Currency, the Company reserving the right to ad vance the price whenever it is their interest to do so. The Koad forms tho Western part of tlie main trunk OF THE Great National Pacific Railroad, Authorized, adopted, and aided by The United States Government. It rtius through tho heart ol'the richest and moBt j»>pulou» section of the State of California, connect frig tho Extensive Mining Regions of Ne vada, Utah and Idaho With Sacramento and the Pacific CoasMrom whence tlielr supplies must be drawn; and tho Earnings of tho portion already running arc very heavy, and LARGELY IN EXCESS OF THE INTEREST UTON THE Company’s Bonds. Having been for some time familiar with the ope rations of tho Central Pacific Itailro&d Company, wo are satisfied that they are conducted with rare abili ty and prudence, and that the energetic and econom ical management of the Company’s attain entitles them to the confidence of Capitalists and the public. Wc have carefully investigated the the progress, re sources, aud prospects of the mad, and have the full est confidence in its success, and in the value and stability of tho Company's securities. The attention of Trustees of Estates, Institutions, and 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 and Bankers in all parts of the country. Remittances may be roVc in drafts on New York, or in Tender Notes, National Bank Notes, or other funds current in this city, aud the Bonds will be firwar led to any address by Express, free of charge. Inquiries lor further particuhus, by mail or otherwise, will receive punctual attention. Fisk Sc Hatch, Banker, and Dealer, in li.Ter.nwal He curitirn, -Vo. 5 -Vassail Street, X. Y. N. II.—All kinds of Government Securities receiv ed at the full markot price in exchange for the above Bouds. Also kjf AH descriptions of Government Securities kept constantly on hand, and nought, Sold, or Exchanged. fl^-OW Coin and U. S. Coupons bought, sold, and collected. Deposits received on liberal terms, subject to check at sight, tJT Collections made throughout the country. 6-Cr* Miscellaneous Stocks and Bonds bought and sold at the Stock Excluuige on commission for cash. Special Attention given io the Exchange of SEVEX-TIl / KTY XOTES of all ihe Senes for lhe Xew EJVE-TBEXTY BOXDS of lS65,on the most favorable terms. mnrOdlm Picked U|» Adrif.. |N the Cov* near Mr. Oxnard'. Mill, M»reh l*th, 1 «e»ml Dry Keoloek J.osb. * tb* «y,'< r <•*" luve by calling on H. K. EMtKV, n< Hi* | murlWSl* sauna. K- «• PATTHm A to., Aarlionrrr. OFFICE PLUM STREET. F“r,u in Scarboro’ at Auction, 0Nf»Sftr' 2»- »t 3 P.M., on tin, adjoining the'" ithour reserve, tiio Farm as the Ooolbn.tteS 4101186 let *" Soar boro-, known Portland, i. ,H!‘ng about six mils. from, euts acres under good Orchard of drafted FrhiJ* tons Hay, has a young ■ Water. Undoings * *•> l-'fntj or WotSl ar,5 bulldi'ags. Also about cm* l:'-"u house and out Laml adjoining th. abovorgoidJ? 01 .good Orarw bra nee. For particulars call on ttTanli,U lnwuu marl, wild au*‘oueers. Valuable # Vrotluvtk* ^lFar,7t, • >, A. T AUCTION. A^ILL BE SOLD on (he pruiuiaus to tim highavt » f bidder, without reserve, on Tiu eh-av March j|»t. at 11 o’clock, A. M., th« prevent owner UlSj|,lilllf tr> return to ( ‘alifornia : #valuable FARM, situated in Hamilton, on main road, Inf ween Salem and Ipswich, tlx>ut ton ffi?r,er °* 14 mile from th* Weiiham rum Jlaiuil go acrt*«>tF05l..t*ie Extern Railroad, contain !»*{ about cellvnt i.a, paMuro, and woodland, all in ex contalnw'u!*i "*th ,,J<? two story dwelling liouw, tachud with' * '"Imd ro*»nj*, pantry, *ht*1, Ac., at with the bouJu*r®e cialern for rain water, connected There iy .,i„ ' Stable, Oarrii)ery convenient largo Barn, and Jy uew. All .hjj,1•wns »n<l Shop attached, all ncar buili l», the are in perfect order and cellft' 8 both beinsr.t1,”‘m"Vfr “the house and barn :»xBO a large quant Si1--' cemented. There are premie* h. &0 Stock a£d°w* Trees «j>on the ditlon aud reaily tor uae th«r°° ,4iare ,n P«^< ctcon I in mediately after th-coming season. I sold all the Sbs k and tr“i® ^L,lh'„Pl*r,,‘. will bo grain, potatoes, Ac.,2 lior*,,* 7,1 ‘ i1" haj and hogs, 3d hens, one carriage’ arid .."’i4 ,1BllBr8> lkr«s wagon, mowing machine, ploughs„«,! tne uiark*t hone cart, one double harness, cart "w. "aK'n> Also, ali the bousehol.l fmnltuVe ~ r*T?- *c chairs, tables, carpels, one chamber se’ttT'bedimL”' spring heils one superior parlor organ, u, dor. mattresses, stoves, <&e., Ac. 1 Blor" This is one of the nnest loCatetl larms in Essex County, 11 being situated oil the main road bstwtwn Salem and It swlch, about one quarter of a mils fr -m the call road I>e|>ot, und convenient to churches, sclicols, he., and is just far enough front the city to make it a desirable summer residence tor a gentleman doing business in Boston or Salem. Terms easy and made known at side. JOHN NOKTH. \V,M. ABCHElt, AucFr. March 15. dlw K. HI. PATTEN A CO., Auctioneer*, PLUM STREET. Administrator's Sale. BY virtue of a license from the Hon. Judge of Pro hate for the county of Cumberland, I will sell at public vendue, at the MercbnuU' JKxchaufic. corner of Exchange and Fore Streets, in Pori land, on Thurndur, March 41, at 11 o'clock in the torenoon, the following parts ot vessels belonging to the estate of the lute Wm. E. Short, ot Portland, deceased, viz: Ono eighth of the schooner Luther Dana. One eighth of the schooner Nellie HI. Short. One eighth of the schooner Ida L. Howard. Onu eighth of the schooner Village Belle. O’.ie sixteenth of the schooner Lottie S. Hood. V^nc ®t*teenth of the schooner Adalbert. One sixteenth of the schooner Buonaventuxe. One thirty-second of the schooner Marcus Hunter. One sixteenth of the r*rig Caroline K Kellev. Ono thirty-second part of the charter of the brig Snow Bird. Unless the same should be disposed of previously at private sale. Terms fa von ble. _ . , . P. S. MEBKiLL, Administrator. Portland, Feb. 20,1NJ7. mclil03w*w3w IS. M. PATTEN A 150., Aueiiouem, PLUM STREET. Grist Mill on Deering’s Bridge at Auction. ON TUESDAY, March IJGtb, at 3 o'clock, on the premises, (unless previously disposed of at private sale,) will he sold without reserve, the long established l»riwt Mill on iAcering’s Bridge. It is situated on the great thoroughfare into Portlaud ot the best back country travel, and also to supply City trade of Portland, and a good part of Westbrook with Meal und Food. There are three run of stones, one tor Balt, with a Dry Kooju lor suinc, and Eleva tors tor Coru and Salt, uud all in good running order. Terras cash. For particulars call on EDW. II. BUROXN, m hdytd 1*20 Commercial Street. GOVERNMENT SALE STEAMER “ TYRO. ” Will be Mold by Public Auction, AT FRANKLIN WHARF, in the city of For* lan<l. Mo., ou Fri>iaj, the 0th lust., at 3 o’cl’ck J*, M., th«* steamer “TYRO,** of about 30 tons burth en, in tine order and repair. It has boou ut»od by liiu , U. S. Engineer Department ui tills- harbor, and is no longer needed. Terms cash, in Government tunds. tr. s. Engineer office, » Portland. Me., March li>, 1887. j Geo. Thom, B'v’t Brig. General U. S. A. J. S. Bailey, Auctioneer. luclilD-co<l3t&tedtd Farm at Auction, VlT’ILL be sold at Auction, on the premises, Thnrs ff day, March i'8ih, at 2 o’clock P. M.,a Lrst class farm ol about 125 acres of excellent land, eight uiilcs from Portland, two and one-ha f from Sacca rappn. one irom Gorham Corner, near dt-pot. Loot! grass farm, well watered, plenty of wood, two story houseAwitn nine rooms, in good repair; new barn §0 by GO. out building*, &c. lerms at sale. P. If stormy postponed to lirst fair day. „ . J. U. COOK. March 10. d&wlw ■ Sale ol' Timber Lautls lor mates9 f College. Land Oevicb. { __ Bangor, March 7, 18*7.) lyrO’l ICE is hereby given, in pm a nance of “ Kc L" s*»ive to curry into e fleet chapter two hundred eighty-tour of tile Resolves of eighteen hundred »ix :• ty-tbur in favor of Bates’ College,” approv'd Febru ary 28, 1887. that townships iruiuhared s, Range 17 :uid 10 Range 17 W E L .S. situated upou the Upper ■Saint John River, excepting the South-asr quarter or the last named township, will bo offered tor sale ) by public auction lor the benefit ot said College, at the Lund Office in Bangor, on Wednesday the 11th . day of September next, at 12 o’clock, noon. One third ca.-*h and satisfactory note.- payable in on and two years, secured by mortgage on the prem ises, will be received .u payment. ISAAC R. CLARK, marSdtSept 11, Land Agent. JOHN CROCKETT, Auctioneer and Appraiser, (Office with Evans & Bailey) mr7 NO>. 1 & 2 FREE STREET BLOCK, tf MEDICAL ELECTRICITY DR. W. N. DEIfilKG, Ntedical JElectrician 174 MIDDLE STREEP, Kc.rlj Opposite the lnile4 Stale. Hoi. WHERE he would respectfully announce to citizens of Fori lain] anil viciuitv, that ho , permanently located in this eity. Daring the thro, years we have been in ties city, we have cured soma ol the worst tonne of disease in persons wlm have tried other forms ol treatment in vain, and runny patients in so short a limo that the question is often asked, do they stay cured? To answer this nuestioi we will vay that all that do not stay eared, we doctor the second time without charge. Dr. D. ha. been a practical Electrician tor twenty one years, and is also a regular graduated physiciat Electricity is perfectly relented to chronic disoa.eaia tlie form of nervous or sick headache; ncnraniji m the head, neck, or extremities; consumption when in the acute stages or where the lungs are not luliy involved; acute or chrome rheumatism sorofuia, hip diseases, white swellings, spinal diseases, curvature of the spine, contracted muscles, distorted limbs palsy or paralysis, St. Vitas’ Dance, dealmws, starnl merlng or hesitancy ol speech, dyspejoia, indiges tion, constipation and liver complaint, piles_we curd every case that can be presented; asthma, bronchi tis, strictures of the chest, and all lorms of lemftl* complaints. By Electricity The Rheumatic, the gouty, the lame and the lazy leap with joy, and niovo with the agilitv and elastic ity of youth; the heated brain Is cooled: the frost bitten limbs restored, the uncouth deformities re. moved; faintness converted to vigor, weakness ie strength ; the ldiud made to see, the deal to hear and the palsied form to move upright; the blemishes ol youth are obliterated; the accidents of mature hie prevented; the calamities ot old ace obviated and nn active circulation maintained. LADIES Who have cold ham.* and teet; weak stomachs, 1am aud weak backs; nervous and sick headache; dull ness and swimming in the head, wi> h indlgesl ion and constipation of the Dowels: pain in the side and hack; leucorrheca, (or whites); falling of the womb with in ternal cancers; tumors, polypus, and all that long t rain of diseases will find in Electricity a sure menus of cure. For pninml menstruation, too ,— nnn.e menstruation, and all ol those long line of troubles with young ladies, Electricity is a cerium specific, and will, in a short time, restore the sufferer to the vigor of health. TEETH 1 TEETH 1 TEETH I Dr. D. still continues to Extract Teeth by Elec* TJUOITV WITHOUT pain. Persons having decayed teeth or stomps they wish to liave removed (hr reset ting he would give a polite invitation to call. Superior Entertto Magnetic Ma.mines lor sale lor family use, with thorough instructions. Dr. D. can accommodate a lew patients with board end treatment at his house. Office hours from 8 o’clock A. M. to 12 if.; Irom to 6 P. M., and 7 to 9 in the evening. Consultation free. novlt* Tilton «£• McFarland, Desire to call the attention to the fact that more tb 4 O Of their Safes gave AMPLE PROTECTION Lin tb late fire. Parties desiring a FIRST RATJK SAFI^ At a MODERATE PRICE, will please call on EMERY A WATERHOUSE. Middle Street, Portland, Or al HO Mualbarr Ulirrl, 15 o* ton. W“Second-hand Safes taken in exchange for sale. •Ian 15— SMlstw in each roo&adv remaintirr of time. AUENTS WANTED FOH GEN. L. C. BAKER’S History of the Secret Service. The most oxciting & Interesting hook erer published T'HIH WORK was announced more than one year ago, iiut owing to the attempts of the Govern ment to suppress it,Its putdiealtuu was delayed. It will mnv be issued, UNALTERED, AM. UNA BRIDGED, UNDER THE SUPERVISION OE GENERAL BAKER. It contains a full amt official c\|misc of the intricate machinalioltb of the secret en emies of tlie U niou. For startling developments and thrilling adven tures this hook eclipse, the famous experiences of ROUGH E and V1DOGQ. The mane huts narratives of Gen. Baker arc all attested by the highest otticial anti oritv. It will contain the only oflleiut account ol tiic Assassina iou conspiracy. A lull great, startling anil turrIWe crime t Ur'« 11 GEPTK IN, IN THE HAUNTS OF ' irAAINd lO THE BURIAL PLAGE uho hilw been place. I by which Presidential expnaes the neUrlom, ‘}*..™j|y'obtained t.t Waeli parilons were and am so rear y '"hdon. , Sfat'onal Capital ale thoroughly fhe morals vTm***1 *,n,c si range icvekitii.ns ventilated i-nf detiarmcnts, members ol Gnn coiicerning “«»'>» ' brokers, and itisunguisiic.l mil gress, female parenm —rir'i1 for c * re u rs and sec our terms, and a full dew-ript on e! the *ork^ BK0THERg ^ f,Q Address 5(1- Minor St., Philadelphia, Pa. niarlhl'.-vlm For Sale. I — BLA! K WALNUT Nhoav fuse., nine and I O omt-thimh Rxh long each, by F, INGRAHAM. 1 YHHKWttl, MWtll l»| 'Dw